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C,   FRIDAY-   OCT. 31    1913  _--  Singl_: Copies 5c-  The executive   ofthe   Fall Fair   is   getting   affairs  t-wound up   as  quickly as possible   and will   hold a   public  meeting at the Auditorium  on Wednesday evening Nov. 12  fat 8 p.m.  ' The object   of this   meeting will   be first to   pay all  i prize money and consideration of any complaints which may  have  Ollt^Ox tue i&St SuCWi  0*^\m .mm.     X.V. rn.rn.rn.    m _    I 1.A     m* m. __** 0.mm  _ ucu lucic xo i_i_ i|ucpuCu  '*%+   ��������� 0\mmm,* xx mm   mxxm     A ������r.^,.-.ii l**-i **_ I  yj  juijujug  ������**a   J������gnvun.uiai  A  C!>OJ-WJ-ft^#1l4>-l/\������-l  Tl-i'e  mill   fersitl-r**  careful thought and it is to be hoped the brain of the district  will be present in strons force to consider the advisability of  taking this step also ways and means. It will therefore be  as well for all the knowing ones to overhaul their stock of  knowledge on this subject and let it be aired on the evening  ���������f l*_mr  SCHUBERT SYMPHONY  LOB SATAURDAY  Thomas Valentino Pnrcell, the violinist, who will play here as soloist  with the Schubert Symphony clnb on  Saturday Nov.-l was the recipient of  Quite an honor at the national convention of violinists held in Chicago, June  13, 14 and 15. 1912  From among the 300 violinists who  were present he was chosen to play on  and test tbe tone qnaliteies of 25 very  valuable old and new violins, in a  public contest to determine the relative  SlOT HIMSELF IN  STOMACH WITH PISTOL  INDIAN JRRESTEB  CATTLE  FOB  it a  101  TO  (WAI   DADTV III  uml nUiii i!������  IMI AGAIN  ^^ From the Colonist of Oot. 25th  jflfr His Royal Highness The Duke of  HRCouuaoght, Governor-General of Can-  HHada, accompanied by the Duchess of  SHpounaught and Princess Patricia, ar-  ived at Quebec at 12:80 o'clock this  fmoraing ou board the Empress of Brifc-  in. TheRoyal party were asleep when  ,he Empress docked and will remain  ic_ bssr?_ aatiH 9 o'clock this morning  when they will Itayw tog Ottawa, OS  SS&the eoyal special i&ais.: -I* was learned  [that the royal party were "falgo^-i-eiidt-?  rooming' up the river today,   sotvsrith-t  iBIiaSuiuj!*   rUSS-JSrS :������"���������  COURSE IN  POULTRY RAISING  University of Idaho, Moscow, Oct. 16   Ona of the novel courses that i������  being offered at the university this year  is that in poultry raising. Provision  for this course was made by tbe last-  state legislature in an appropriation of  $3 009 nnd with this amount a poultry  plant has been equipped and* regular  work is being taken by about a score  of studentB. The work iu this course  O-usists this year for the jaest par* in  i.*lasa exercises but; next year- its scope  will he broadened and will include  breeding' judging, feeding, incubation,  UJUUU1U������|  sxxv**m.%*vxx*&   uuu   wivm  ry*-i.nm'  ���������mvxxsfx  ���������jontrary,  ?Pollowing is a complete list  [of ''the?*tTOxal*'^rtly artd suiite:        ;  Field Marshall H5s Royal Highness  bhe Duke of Connaught and Sbrathearn,  _K. G.  Her Royal Highness the Duchess of  [Connaught.  He. Royal Bighuess the Princess Patricia of Connaught.  Miss D. York, Lady-iu-waiting to H.  [R. H. the Duehess of Connaught: the  (Hon. Catherine "Villlers, Lady-in-wait-  (ing to H. R. H. the PrinoeeB Patricia;  .Captain T. H. Rlvera-Bulkley, C. M G..  (M. V. O., Comptroller of the House*  pjbold in Canada and equerry-in-waiting:  Captain H. O. Bullock, Aiilo.de Camp;  uj/uuju, itjjo sj.vu. *jr, ju0ijonW������3Ui x������.iv������o  [de Camp; Captain A. Graham, Aide  [doCamp; Major Sir Edward Worhhlng-  lion, M. V. O., R. A. M.C.; the Lady  MECvelyn Farquhar, Miss Norah Farquhar  LMrs Barbara Farquhar, nurse and nnrse-  rmaid.  phase of the poultry business.������������������  Bonners Ferry Herald  Printing a_ you like it at the Creston  Review.  THOMAS Y. PUROELL  v loiiiiis*. witn  cne  _cnUDert; oynipnony  Orchestra  - iwY..   *    - -     - *     .--*������������������-'  Buy rivetted stovepipe now from  Ej-BREE tbe kind that will not come  apart price 15 cents a length.  The Ladies Guild of Christ Church  are making extensive preparations for  their annual bazaar whioh will take  place on Thursday, December 4. The  ladies are particularly interested at  present in trying to arrange for a display of entirely new aud specially attractive goods and the publlo will find  opportunity to purchase innumerable  articles serviceable either for use or  presentation-  merits of the old versus the best new  vioiuSi His beautiful tone,- coupled  with ample technic and fc-bragh musician-tip mika his solos a treat lor any  audience. In his program here he will  include the well known Fanst Fantasy  of Wieniaweki, considered-by all violinists to be th3 greatest and most  beautiful of all the compositions of  that great virtuoso. Mis? Leta Oorder  who will sing is rapidly reaching the  front rank of American singers, having  just finisned a very . successful Canadian   tourwith   the   S:hube_t   Sym-  A distressing accident occurred a few  miles from Kitchener on Monday afternoon by which Edgar Rawles now* lies  in a? critical condtion in Oranbrook hospital.    He had  been  out trapping and  with a 22 calibre pistol had wounded  & grouse,  when a second appeared he  loaded and cocked the pistol and noticing that the wounded bird was trying, to get away, he stooped and caught  it in the same hand that held the gun.  -   In some way  or  other  tbe   weapon  was disohar-'ed and the bullet entered  his abdomen.   Although soffering great.  pain he -managed tp walk Geo. Hunt's  Camp about 2 miles away.   One of the  doVb went to Kitchauer, but arrived too  late to get to the  agent and he took  the hand oar to Canyon Station where  he   was  able   to   get   telephone   communication with Dr.   Henderson.    The  Doctor   i������������media,tely   called   up   D.ck  Bevan wbo, in a few minutes was ready  for'the'road    They were accompanied  by .the editor of the (Jreston  Review  and made' the trip to the camp five and  ���������a quarter miles  beyond Kitchener in  an hour and a half    Arriving at the  camp uie doctor made an ex uniuation  and.soon    declared that an   operation  was nenessary, aud. that it would have  to cake piace in the   Cranbrook Hospital.   In a Bhort time  Mr,  Hunt had  a   .cot   prepared   aud -the  journey   to  Kitchener begarr. * Who--can" tell "What  the man suffered as the auto wended  its way through the bush to town.  The man at the wheel,, an expert at  the business managed to dodge a great  many, ot the   rough   places  but even  then the suffering must have been intense, and it was with a sigh of relief  that the wounded man recognised the  lights of Kitchener..    Dr.  Henderson  remained with hiui iill night and early  Tuesday morning   took   th6 train for  Cranbrook.  SCHOFIELD EXPERT  nn mil ii mifwr-  UB mui  Mission Dave, aa Indian with a record for misdeeds iu tbe past, lies in  the locol jail on a charge of cattle stealing. He was arrested Monday and ha's  been before tbe magistrate but. was remanded to await t*o iwnit the eomming  of the Indian Agenc.  Mr Luptou missed sovne cattle from  his herd aud so was ou tbe lookout,  but was surprised to find a beast hanging up iu P. Burns' hhop He went at  once for Constable Foir-ster who found  oat from George Johnson the iiame of  Lhe p >rty who had sold the beef to' him  ars 1 a w-irraiit iisued i'or che iirrest of  M ssion Dn\o Witb his usual promptness, Forrester locu-tt-d and arretted tbe  Indi in ������nd he had preliminary hearing  beioie Magistrate.-. Lowenbnrg and .Mai...  laudane and now tiA-miLf* the arrival of  Indi.in Agen*.  Oulbrai'b.  We had a very plesant visit from our  respected member?J. H. SchorBeld last  week. Ho not only opened our fair but  he discoursed at length on the policy of  the government and outlined for us the  numerous plans iu view for the develop-  The Methodist Church people ai-e  engaged in th". very laudable task of  putting np a diive sdied for the benefit of those members who como. from  the country and who think" that a  liorw has feelings.  Thomas V. Pnrceil was tho violinist  and his selections woro all vory well  rreoolvod and his playing worthy of the  warm roooptlon glvou him.���������  Great Falls Dally Loader, Dao. 20, 1911.  J. A. P. Crompton spent a few days  the first part of the week hunting in  tho viciuity of Canyon City.  '   JiZ.X^ J ��������� X    ...J*    iX        m r.       f...Ih    ������^Z.  uipiviiuIj UUU  Jt    J.D    uuy   xixix  to say he at all times had an enthnsias  tic audience. ,    *  He also took a run about to see some  suggested improvements tnat .the public  works department could and probably  ���������willrnake.  Then on t he earnest* solicitation of  some friends he took a trip ������6 Bonner _  Ferry, presnniablj' to look up .the matter  of reclamation, and oa the return he  procured some wild ducks. Y???  Somehow in the hurry of this farewells he very uearly lost his ducks, bat  | ns good luck would have it the sack containing the palatable mallards was readily found and the hurriad journey to  the train coutiuned. Arrivimr on the  boat he consulted Mine Host the Steward and had the luscious fowl putOu  fche.ioe to keep "the_V nice and cool, and  thon withthouphts of his triumph 'when,  be showed tbem to his friends at the  Hume Hotel, he sftt down to contemplate the beauties of Kooteuay Lake  oceiifci'y.  Arrived at Nelson he repaired to the  flume Hotel and in the presence of a  to appear.  Four roam house  S.A. Speers.  to rent,   Apply to  Local Socialists -   were   disappointed  Wedi esday when the speaker who was  .   . .* -, - .,  . 1 great concourse of friends he opened the  to save come to give an aadress saued-j***.-^^. *^>ia w^rr-;���������.-.-.. ^ ���������t_-. ..?, .     ....... ..-..  sackr-of ducks.,'<Bu.t alas for the" frailty '  Dave Smith's baby met with a pain-  ful. accident Sunday morning.- One of  the older children was in bed with the  baby and while playing at the head of  the bedstead which wns made of wood a  seciion of the wood became detached  and beforo tho little oue could stop it  the detached portion fell aud struck the  J.B.Wiulaw    seems   to bo making j ^^ ou the 'wohend a nailMn the board  HERE NOVEMBER 9  Tho Seventh Anniversary of tho  organt'/ation of the Oroston Metho.  dist cliurch will bo hold Sunday, November 0 h 10:30 n.m. and 7:80 p.m.  Tholtov. W, Jfl. Duuham ot Cranbrook  B'0, will preach at both services.  A first class Sacrod Concert wll\ bo  given In the church Monday evening  Novombor 10th.- Program will start  at 8:15 p.m.    Admission 25 conts.  Goo. N. LaRoohelle, repri-Benting  Robert M. Mooro So Co., of Vancouver,  spent a couplo of days in town thia weolc.  throwing light on many subjoots.  H. D. Farris, of tho Kootenay Explosives Company, Ltd , Nolson, B. 0., was  lu town the Drat of tho wook. Ho Bays  ho will bo back again In a fow days and  will thon be in a position to demon st rot  his product.  A new legal star bas appoarod in the  firmament In tho p rson of T. M. Edmondson who defended tho McPoalt  boy iu tho rooout Bolt cpso trial. Con-  vinoing ovidonoe wont to show that tho  oaso bolonged to Bandy and tho Court  turned it over to him yet Attorney for  tho -hifeni-e Edmondson claims he won  tihe case. Tho Court says thoro was no  sut about it thoro was only the suit  caso and we are informed that Mrs.  MoPeak returned tho suit to the owner.  arrangements to put some men to woik  this fall at his tie camp near town.  penetrated tho child nnd tho doctor hnd  to be called.  MIS9 LEETA  CORDER  Wiih tho Schubert Symphony Olub  Wa have been asked to publish tbo  followiug notioo: ''All tho niombors of  tha  Women.    Chrletlan   Temperance   A      , ~    *- - m.  ml      rn*-     4-t.A  **Hf\fi.n,H     *, *x*m.x    .m     _������.������_������,     ir**'���������*''*"*     -' *  Nov. 18. Do tailed aunonnoomoutfl later  Onr ������yirpathy and prayers aro askod for  tho World's W. O. T. U. Oonventlon  whloh if now beiug bold iu Brooklyn  Stow York,  ���������Send for onr prioos on furnltjnro, wo  pay tho froight,   O 0.8.  Wlnnip v,  Tologram, Oot.  11, 1012.  ������������������Mi-in TjwUa, flordnr.  unnrnnft.   r������������nd-  m.mA    m     lalaAlliMi    frnit*    TrB.rlrril'Hi    wllh  gro/it credit to herself. Tho aria was  a dlfflouH ono and wns exoontod with  apparent oaso". Miss Cordor will sing  in Merotiutilo Hall Crouton, on 8at-  aurday, Novombor 1st.  phony clnb of Ohiongo. Mlsn Cordor  is a pupil of Miidnnio Smytho of London  who was a favorite pupil of Biiiiolli,  undo of Adalina Patti, and who in a  groat moasnro was responsible for that  diva'n groat, snooeiis. Hho hns also coached ln opt-rntlc rolin wllh Tl'irninn "Do-  Vrlos, of tho Opora Comniiqun, Puns,  Covout Cardou, Loudon, aud tho Metropolitan Opera of Now York Oity,  who at prcHont Is uoiJNldut-tid to bu the  fincnt vocal instructor and opcrulio  coach lu Chicago, having couched mich  artlHlH iiHSohunuin-Holnlc, Mary Gardi-ii  BoB������io Wynn, Grrnldino Farror, olo  of human nature the ducks turned out  to be old boots and sox belonging to  some miner who had left them at the  hotel in Creston while he went to do his  shopping. J. H. thinks that his friend  R. M. Reid. put up a little joke on the  government, but Bob says he is innocent.  And now one of the questions to be discussed at the next election, three years  hence, will be, *��������� When is a duck not a  duck."  Rev. G. W. Blake boareed the Bast-  bound train,. Monday, lor Fernie to  preside at tho induction of a pastor  there. Ho returned home on Tuesday's  train.  Commencing on Sunday tho 20th  inst,. the following changes will occur  in tlio times of arrival of C. P. R.  trains: fcho EnHtlioiinil will arrive at  ll:.-i a.m., and the Westbound will  arrive at 15:18 a.m. or 3;18 p.m.  J. J. Walker of Nelson, will bo in lho  Morohauttlo Oo.storo on Novemober tho  3rd nud 1th to do all kiuds of optical  work, como in and see him.  ���������Tho C. O. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.  THE CANADIAN  L  MRS. PANKHURST FREE IN AMERICA  ''���������������1 1012 tho exports of |*-uln and  broadstuffs from tho Dominion totalled  nearly $100,000,000 thoroby making tho  noil take first place ns a prodnnor nf  wealth" writes Mr. K. P. Wilson in tho  Journal of Commoroo, Montroal, on tho  Canadian Milling Industry.  ������������������Oanndn's Rpooml adaptation to tho  industry lies ln tho poBsosslon of untold  inillionH of aoros of land producing, or  Rubber shoes and  Mlrabelll.  gum   bootH at A.  Photograph of Mis. Kitimrlinc PnukliuiHl, the noted Hugl'iid. militant  fiiiifragettc, landing from the Ellis Island Ferry to the lint lory, New York  City, after her i-eleiiBe wiih ordered from Washington. Al, hor left Ih Rhota I oapabln of producsng, high yields ot tho  CIjjju xjnm, Uio /rimiil uim *vin< j������-i'uilllvd '/���������.������ i riiiiiiii vviiii lliu- nl, iCIlih ifiliiiul.  Mrs. Door Is carrying a huge' lux.net, of roses sent to Mi'H PauUhniMtr hy Mrs.  O. II, P. Belmont, one of New York'w w'^illhu-nt women and one of the leaders  of tho Hulfrngotto  movement in this coiintty.    NowMpupcr reporters make up  l|.n vi..l   ,.P ll.       .. . . i ���������  ,  ... .,, .  r*m   .������     ������������������������   .. ������,. .    f������.-,i-i ,i ...������..i **   ji.,, i.-..        f ii       ���������������  i       .  i  ������������������-  luininnc and Dost wiiout in tbo world.  The proj-roHH of Canadian wiillinj**  moans thn dovelopmont of moro thau  ouogieut industry;   it   uuhiuh  hoalthy  ,������r ������ mm %������������������  ***AK0KJ*    *U4i>iUII||    *%���������.������      H   V-**|     b������4������*l._.  m-UtitfA   *������������������  When vou  want vour next, job   of In the latter b automobile,  and later appeared at n diunei' given in her honor  printing done, no matter what, the Job  at, the Altlino  dub.  in, bring It to the Roview ofllco.    Wo  gimrunli-u  a ���������flt-Hl-nlaHH   job  an������l  our  hurst will   employ w  prlooa aro right. ' causo iu America,  Tho country   awallH with   bated bt-oal.li   the inelboiln   whl'di Mih. Punk-  'hllo   here and   theeiVect of hor visit   on the  Nulfi-agetto  ������v ������4ii-^t������|   *%/*     wuiint-juuun     |'*w������|������w*4iiji   wa  ���������*������*  oIohnch thoro is no hotter help."  "The proHont, onpneity of Cnnndinn  Flour mills is Huflloiont to feod a population of forty millions," oouoludos Mr.  WU������an,  i  ill  mm Sir__Y3*v"r,������v'r'r-  SESES^BBftp  rmri*mmiOT_BiTaijr^ ������iai_.,,_iij.3ij(jifi's;^^  it  THS! BJ3VIEW*. CRESTOM", B. C,  0L  THEWSNO  w  TE CAT  ^  isy Mary KODerts Kinenarfc  (Copyright)  (Continued)  Eleven    twenty-two,    I  Twice eleven ls twenty-two."  Isn't very enlightening.  No, she admitted.       I   taiOus���������>>  repeated.  But that  might t**-. a telephone number, and I  called uj*. all th. eleven twenty-twos  ln the city. Anne eald Carter had  come back, and she went to waken  him, .but although his door was locked  inside he did not answer. Annie and  I switched on all the Ughta on the  lower floor from the o;> of the stairs  and then we went down together and  looked around. Every window and  door was locked, but ln father's study  on the first floor, two drawers of his  desk Were standing open. And in the  library, the little compartment in my  ivrlTjng table where I keep my house  money, had been broken open and the  money taken.  Nothing else was gone?  Nothing. The silver on the sideboard ln the dining room, plenty of  valuable things in the cabinet in the  At mm:������..!������������ ������v  XX, XX *<r i_^  m.f.X\.tm.~  ~A*_ i._^__  re-  you  ed.  It might have been Carter,   I  fleeted.     Bid he    know   where  kept your house money?  It is possible, but I hardly think so.  Besides, if he was going to steal  there were so many more valuable  things ln the house. My mother's  jewels as well as my own were ia my  dressing room, and the door was not  locked.  They were not disturbed?  She hesitated.  They had been disturbed, she admitted. My grandmother left each  of her children some unstrung pearls.  They were a hobby with her. Aunt  Jane and Aunt Lotitia never had  theirs strung, but my mother's were  made Into different things, -all old  fashioned. I left them locked in a  drawer In my sitting room, where i  have always kept them- The following morning tho drawer -was unlocked and partly open, but nothing was  missing.  All your Jewelry was there?  All but one ring, which I rarely remove from my finger. I followed her  eyes.   Tinder her glove was ths out-  noticed, and as If she feared she had  said too much the _Irl rose. When'  she left a few minutes later it was.  with the promise tJiat 8b������ would close  the Monmouth avenue house and go  to her aunt's at Bellwood at once.  For myself, I pledged a thorough  search for her father and b^gan it  by watching the scarlet wing oa her  hat through the top of the elevator  cage until it had descended out of  sight.   .  line of a ring, a solitaire stone,  It does not sound like an ordinary  burglary, I reflected. Nineteen from  thirty-five leaves sixteen; according to  my" mental process, although I know-  men who could make the difference  nothing.  I believe she thought I was a little  mad.  W*e must find him, Mr. Knox, she  Insisted as she got up. If you know  of a detective that you can trust  please get him. But you can understand that the unexplained absence  of the state treasurer must be kept  secret. I am sure he Is being kept  away. You don't know wbat enemies  he has. Men like Mr. Schwartz, who  have no scruples  Schwartz! I repeated ln surprise.  Henry Schwartz' was the boss of his  party ln tbe state, the man of whom  one of his adversaries had said, with  the distinct approval of the voting  public, that he was so low In the  scale of humanity that lt would require a special dispensation of heaven to raise him to the level of total  degradation. But he and Fleming  wero generally supposed to be captain  and flrst mate of the pirate craft that  passed with us for the. ship of state.  Mr. Schwartz and my father are allies politically, the girl explained,  with heightened color, but tbey are  not. friends. My father is a gentleman.  The Inference I allowed to pass un-.  CHAPTER 11.  Uneasy Apprehensions  I am afraid It was a queer hodge  podge of clews and sentiment that  I poured out io Hunter, the detective, when ho came up la"re that afternoon.  They're rotten clear through. Hunter reflected. This adminietration is  worse than the last, and it was a  peach. There have been more suicides th&n. I could count on my two  hands tn the last ten yeaTs. I warn  you���������you'd better' keep out of this  mess.  What do you think .About the eleven twenty-two? I asked.  It might be that- many dollars or  the time a train starts, or it might  bs the eleventh &_d ths twenty-second letters ot the alphabet���������k-v.  K-v! I repeated. Why that would  be the Latin word for beware.  Hunter   smiled   cheerfully.  You'd better stick to the law, Mr.  Knox, he said from ths door. We  don't use Latin in the detective business.  Plattsburg was not the name of the  capital, but it will do for this story,  rrhe state doesn't matter either. We  will say that my home city is Manchester. I live with .-.y married  brother, his wife and two boys. Fred  is older than I am aad ho is an exceptional brother. On the day he  came home from his wedding trip I  went down with my traps on a hansom in accordance with a prearranged schedule. Vred and Edith met  me Inside :*he door.  Here's your latchkey, Jack. Fred  said as he shook hands. Only one  stipulation���������remember we are strangers in tlie neighborhood and try to  get home before the neighbors are  up. We have our reputations to  think of.  There is no hour for breakfast  Edith said s& the kissed me. You  have a bath of your awn and don't  smoke in the drawing-room.  I had been th^^s bow for sis years  and had helped to raise two young  Knoxes���������bully' youngsters, too (the  oldest one- eouM use boxing gloves  when he was four) and the _ae���������t  collie pup In our end of th. state. I  wanted to laise other tilings. The  boys liked pets, but EdttL didn't care  for animals.  On the day that Margery Fleming  cams to me -.bout her father I went  home In a state of mixed emotion.  Dinner was not a quiet meal. Fred  and I talked politics generally, and as  Fred was on one side and I on the  other there always was an argument  on.  What about Fleming? I asked at  last when Fred had declared that in  .Discovers tthe Diary of Late Queen  Queen Mary Is collecting personal  belongings and souvenirs of the late  Queen Victoria, which Bhe wiU. probably present to th������ London Museum.  At Osborne, Isle of Wight, Queen  Mary found ������,'��������� most Interesting diary  toe late queen kept when a girl, and  many caricatures by _er of celebri-  t_8B of tiio mld-Vlctoriar. days. At  3aUuQ-|3, saaay ^personal souvenirs of  Queen victoria have been, discovered,  iholuding some e_a-.*_iirng love letters  from _i_ yriiioe eoaoovt which, of  course, will be kept from the publio  eyo.  First Postal Car  The first trial of ������, postal-car service in which mall matter is assorted  while in transit, was made Aug. 28.  1864 os the Chicago & Northwestern  railway. The Bcheme was a thorough  success, and railway mail service was  inaugurated that year on several of  the Important railway lines and was  gradually extended all over thte United States, and adopted in other countries. In 1874 the American railway  mall system was thoroughly organized  on a permanent basis, with eight territorial divisions, each in charge of  a superintendent subordinate tu a  general chief r.t Washington. The service was among the rflrst to adopt a  modern classified civil service, appointment of railway mail clerks having always been mado for a. probationary period, permanent employment being conditioned on satisfactory service and conduct, and removal based on good cause only. The  service has been gradually increased  and new divisions organized, and is  now operated    on   practically   every  Pumlllea of Three In England  .Vtamlltea of throe are more numerous than, nay others m" England, according to a blue book recently issued. Such families constitute*) 19  per cent, ot the total number} those  of four, 18 ner osnt.; of five, 14 per  -Suit, i ������ud those of (Sis, 10 per cent,  ta London the Women living alone  outnumbered the lonely men to the  extent of 68,594 to 37,130.  Landlady (to applicant for rooms)���������  Beg pardon, sir, but who*** business do  you follow?  Applicant���������I am a doctor of music.  Landlady���������-Ob, then, we shall be  glad to hare you with us, and I'm  sure you Will do woll here, for there's  lots of musio ii*. this locality that  needs doctoring.  ^S* ___.?    '-': ->*' :'      ' ">>   .   ��������� ti.     -titi'jf    ';'   ,  <C0ert~&uwiJ&f ~<*Lo '77ML0&& ti^^r^ C^tHr^  126  The CaMet*  Tbe Caller���������-Who is that singing?  The Hostess���������That's our new maid.  She always sings at her wtrk.  The Caller���������What a happy disposition.    Mercy, how loud she sings.  The Hostess ��������� Yes. When she  sings loud she's breaking something.  railway.  ������ys  of  corruption, no  matter  Clergyman���������Dc you remember me,  my dear?  I don't remember your -_���������me, but  you're the geatleman mother makes  me stay awake and listen . to in  church.  RASH OK FAGE  IIMMLJU   111 _Li   MlllflU  Skin Would Cake Over and Peel,  Spots Large, Used Cuticura Soap  and Ointment, Has Not Had a  Mark on Her Since. They Aiso  Cured Mother of Pimples on Face,  r,7*GlailHtono Ave, Toronto, Ont.-���������"My  bnljy'o troublo begun an ft ranh and tlio ���������������ln  used lo Nomotlmca peel ofi** nnd look ns If It  wero going to _et better,  but would Just cako ovor  ngaln and pool. Tho epotn  woro largo and It nund to  maUo lie? faco very rod  nnd Inuaracd nil tlio time.  It camo on her faco. hnndii  and arms, nml It u.-.i;(l to  inu_n licr rftsllesj- at ntnlit.  Mho got tho rnsli in "March  nnd how I hatc-l to kco Ib  on in:i- Uttlo faco nnd  i,I*..''._(r^-il. *lj."i_::.'.fic':"  these  what the government was he was  for it. Hasn't he been frightened  into reform?  Bad egg. he said, jabbing Lis potato as if it had been a politician, and  there's no way to improve a bad egg  except to hold your nose. That's  wbat the public is doing���������holding it's  nose.  Hasn't he a daugbter? I asked casually.  Yes���������a lovely girl, too, Edith assented. It ls his only redeeming  quality.  Fleming ls a rascal, daughter or no  daughter, Fred persisted. Ever sinco  he and ills gang got poor Butler Into  trouble and then left him to kill himself as the only way out I have felt  that there was something coming to  all of them���������Hansen, Schwartz and  the rest. I Baw Fleming on the  street today.  What! I exclaimed, almost Jumping  out of my chair.  Fred surveyed me quizzically.  Hasn't he  a daughter? he quoted.  (Yes, I saw him, Jack, this very day  ln an unromantlc four wheeler, and  he was swearing at a policeman.  Where wan It"  Chestnut and Union. His cab had  been struck by a car and badly damaged, but tho gentleman r lfused to  got out. No doubt you could get the  details from tho corner man.  Look hero, Fred, 1 said earnestly.  Keep that, to yourself, will you?  And you to./, Edith? It'ti n queer  story, and I will tell you some time.  As wo loft tho dining room Edith  put her hand on my shoulder.  Don't get mixed up with those pooplo. .lack, sho advised, Margery's  a dear girl, but hor father practically  killed Henry Butler, and Henry Butler married  my cousin.  Yon needn't mnkn it. a family affair, I protested. 1 bav> only seen  tlio girl once.  But Edith Bmlled. I know what I  Know, she suid. How oxl.ravagant of  you to Bend Bobby Hint enormous  hobby horso!  Tho boy.^fh-J* to learn to rldo Bonn  time,   lu-tour yenrn ho can havo a  pony. j*fid  I'm golnj*; to aew that bo  lms.lt.      llo'll be eight by that time.  ,Kdith I'liighed.  In lulu* years!  sho said.      Why, in  Cure for Mosquitoes  London people have discovered���������or  adopted, rather���������an agreeable way to  keep their houses free from files and  mosquitoes. They burn sandalwood  which has a pleasant odor, but one  which is disliked hy these summer  pests. The idea has been imported  from the Orient, where it has been  used for many years. The sandalwood can be bought at almost any  Turkish or Japanese importing house.  It is prepared for burning by being  cut up into pieces about half an inch  thick and three inches long, and then  baked or dried In a slow oven for  twenty-four kourB. A piece of the  wood is then i-.rh.ted and placed in a  met!"}! urn. After It has become well  aflame, the flame Ib extinguished and  tihe led embea* left to smolder until  it is all consumed and only a small  heap of fine.vgray ashes is left.  Deafness Cannot bs Cured  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the diseased portion of tho ear.  There ls only one way to cure deafness  and that is by constitutional rerasdies.  "Deafness ls caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining; of the Euo-  tachlan Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or  imperfect hearing", and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out  and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;  nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed  condition  of  the  mucous  surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for  any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's  Catarrh Cure.    Send for circulars _ree.  F.  J.  CHENE^_ CO., Toledo. Ohio.  Sold by Dm,*   lets. 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ������������������" -.-''������������������ .  Ono afternoon Mrs. Murphy appeared at the settlement house, all dressed up in her best bonnet and shawl.  A huge black and blue 7 _pot disfigured one side of her face, however, and one eye was nearly closed.  Why, Mrs. Murphy, what is the matter? cried one of the teachers, and  then, realizing that she might have  asked a tactless question, she hastily  turned it off by saying: Well, cheer  up; you might be worse off. Sure an'  I might, responded the Indignant  Mrs. Murphy. I might not be married at all.  100... Straight-From    19    Yards   Wins.  Western Handicap Ohbot       ?i  With the only perfect score ever re*  corded In rthe even'-.andone that has  been duplicated in winning no Interstate tournament since5the season of  1810, O. A. Gunning, of Longmont,  Colo., -hooting a Remington pump gun  and Nitro Club speed shells from the  10 yard mark, broko 100 clay targets  straight in tlie main.'-event ahd won  tho western Handicap: At this, the  fourth of the season's flvo great clay  bird assemblies, held August 6-7 at  Imaha, Heb., W. H. Heer. shooting a  Remington pump, gun-and Arrow speed  shells, missed but threo targets out  of th������ 350.thrown aud captured ;high  general average for the i"oe_t. J. C.  Norris, of Basin, Wyo., with the same  shooting equipment made the tournament's, long run. breaking 281" straight.  J. S. Young, of ^Chicago, aud J. F.  Frlnk, of Wcrtfiington, Minn.,' each  with the same perfect shooting combination, broke the program's entire  hundred straight on the third and last  day of the shoot.  Trie  ongest   Day  . A retired Colonel had been advised by his doctor that if he did not  give ud drinking it would shorten his  life.  Think so? asked the Colonel.  I am sure of it, colonel. If you  stop drinking I am sure It will prolong your days.  Come to think of it, I believe you  are right about that doctor, said the  Colonel. I went twenty-four hours  without a drink six months ago, and  T tiava-i* \i\i\ in suoh a loins* dav In jriv  life.  Aren't you going to say your pray-"  ers, Willie?  No, I'm not. I am tired of praying  for this family without getting any  results.  ��������� That's a nice umbrella you've got,  Mr. Jones.  Yes; it was a present.  Indeed! From whom?  I don't know? But it says on the  handle: Presented to John Itobinson.  Sarcasm  Nobody now living has  ever been  killed at a grade crossing.     Still, this  is no argument in favor of the grade  crossing.  Teacher���������Now, Willie, where did  you get that chewing gum? I want  the truth.  Willie���������You don't want the truth,  teacher, an' I'd rather not tell a He.  Teacher���������How dare you say I don't  want the truth! Tell me at once  where you got that chewing gum.  Willie���������Under your desk.  Caterhall, Nfld.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������WhiK in ths- country  last summer I was badly bitten by  mosquitoes, so badly that I thought I  would  be disfigured for a couple  of  Health cannot be locked/for In the  child that is subject to7 worms, ��������� because worms destroy health by creating internal disturbances that retard  development and cause serious weakness. Miller's Wor*ru Powders exuel  worms and are so beneficial in the;.'  ggggggTI        WORLD'S BEST  WOOD   POLISH  Cleans and dlslnrect������  every thine In your  homo from tha cellar to the attic. Put  It on your dusker arid  dust Hardwood noenrs,'  *CVr.r./l������,/\������*l^     ** !tMnl0,.W.H  ���������Pianos, ���������''���������Fm*idture~retc.'  Makes everything, just  like nr-w. Money refunded If not satisfactory.    Made by tho  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COMPANY, LIMITED.  Hamilton, Canada.  English  Roast-Bee*  Th������ easy way. . As appetising dish  ready t_ -etve.  Delicr*ously  cftotsd  economical.'  ���������tnsiet on  Clark'a.  ���������lm**,*.*.mv,m  '  ..0     XT. -      ,1x1..  sufferers are restored to healthfulnes3,  all the discomforts and d.mgers . of  worm infection are removed, and satisfactory growth is assured. ,  Baby had been displayed in his  best bib and tucker to ,a number...of  admiring callers. The last one looked him over and was evidently trying to think of something nice to say.  i-'inaiiy she remarked: Dear me, how  much he looks like his father!  It's only the warm weather, replied his mother, somewhat testily.  The child is usually right cheerful  and handsome.  Mike and Pat worked for a wealthy  farmer. They planned to turn burglars and steal the money which the  farmer had, hid in one of the rooms  of his house. Tbey waited until midnight, then started to do the Job.  In order to get the money they had  to pass the farmer's bedroom. Mike  said: '11 go first, and if it's all right  you can follow and do just tbe same  as I.  Mike started to pass the room. Just  as he got opposite the door the floor  creaked. This awoke tho farmer,  who called out: Who's there?  Out liefe we do not propose to wait  for a lifetime for things we need today,, especially when we can have  tbem today and paBH a due share of  the. cost ori to those persons who will  enjoy the advantage of them after  ua. .  weeks.     I vas, advised   to   try   your  Liniment to ./llay. the irritation, and.    .... _.     ... .  did so.     T__ effect was more than I L^ike answered with- a meaow! (Unexpected, a/ few/applications complete- *���������������*���������'**  ly curlng-be irritation, and preventing  tlie bites from becoming eoro.    MIN-  AP.D'������. L-NtMENT .s vlso a good article to keep off the mosquitoes.  Yours truly,  V W. A. V. R.  .������thatnoL-ln������ did any good.   1 ������w ilia,-' () ,      ^Vv-S-I! K.������f���������Hv   Tn^A, X  _dv������_e������nr.���������iand .,<n,. for aamplc, of Co*     ^ J '������',������,^L.'/L^llh J*������  tli  euta Simp and Ointment nnd It BtarL-f! to  gob belli"-.' i-ltflit, u\.ay.   1 used them only  about onco a day, and In llttlo woro than  two tvcoUs hho hadn't j������ hpyt ou liur uny-  -hcro. Bh<> had It llirco iJ-.untliJi beforo I  uaod tho ir'iotmcne. ftlui hr-,.1 not had a  nrinvk on hi'i- ulnoi- jiml thu I.i two mid a hrdf  years old tiovr. fuilrnra Snap end Olnt-  *.;��������� :.f. ;!". r^;"''' ; i.<-.i.i...i en v,~ f.i.i..'*  '(.HlKiKd) Mr-i. MclMilKht. Jim. fi. KH'J.  l-'or iriTiiliii/ ji'iih- I'niiHili-tliiiif, ri id, n>ii|/b  hand:., "tin I'dr; . 'li'" ���������*':''! fal'ilnr* hu!:-. <*nil-  i-ura Roup ond ' 'uiI'-ura ������'Inlniftnt have hci-n  tlm lu'i-ld'* fawnli. . '..:��������� iiii.ro th-.ii a fci.i-  t>r-������lli\n. fluid I lirntiidiiini. Ill*- ivni Id. l.1h-  eral Hnnipln <if iw'li nr.'li'd fi'������", villi :i". |������.  Jt(Jli������.in.Corp., 1'ii'it.  ill*, lto-.to;j, tr..'. A.  W.  N. 'J   -"idO  b n mighty unattmct.lvo man who  gf-ti' punt, forty without bolng sought  and   won  by  nomo  woman.      You'll  he  liinlnjr������������������  (To   ho   Continued)  T.:i.ly -WV'U Johnny, how do you llko  Hf'llfiol?  .Tiiiiniiv -��������������������������� fi|ili>inliil. Th!���������/>'��������� bovii  v.'iii: IIi-UmI fo holm, llilc, 1 H|llll HIMIIO  lull nil nvi'i- illniniy'ii >*i>llnr, nnd tho  i'������������������irlii-r nut il'iwn on :i red hot ntovii  iihd  Ii'iint  '.lini'c-JC  \HLmr  i        t'l'..|'-.v       ���������'.���������!.:  I v. ;ii'.-,   ih u  ,\'.i\ leir       l-'iii-  witn  .tlinrn.v     :'niin t hlu.  I oil  ii   .1,' I.l   i.i'.. ii.  Our' \\ -���������. '.I\l������  ���������ill   1   Iwiiilt-'i   ni   :\   linvil-  nr  Mower ������nore  for it?  HAPPY OLD AGE  Most Likely ':o Follow Proper Eating  As old age-Advances we require less  food to replace waste, and food that  will not overtax tho dlgestlvo organs,  while eupplylng true nourishment.  Such an ideal food is found ln Grapo-  Nuts, mado cf whole wheat and bar-  Icy by long baking and action of diastase In tho barloy -which changes tbo  starch into a most digestible sugnr.  Tho phosphates also, placed up under the outer-coat of tho wheat, arc In-  eluded In Grape-Nuts, but, aro lacldng  in white floui because the outer coat  ot tho wheat darkens tho flour and is  loft out by tho millor. Thoso natural  phosphates aro ncccocnry to tho well-  balanced building of musclos, brain  and nervo cells.  "I havo used Grnpo-Nuts," writes a  Wostorn man, "for 8 years and fool as  good and am f.t.rongrv than I was ten  yoarn ago.  "Among m> customers I moot n  man every day who Is well along In  years and att-ibutou bin good health  to C,rapc-*Nut.p. and Por.turn which ho'  has used for tbo last G years. Ilo mixes Grapo*Nuls with Po'jtnm and nays  thoy go fine together.  "For many years boforo I began to  cat Grape-Nuts, I could not say that. I  enjoyed llfo or know what Jt was to bo  ablo to say 'I am woll." I sufforod  greatly with constipation, but now.my  liabltu are as regular as ever in my  life.  "Wlit-u-vu* I wake o:;!r-i, c.fiwt I  dopond oil Grapo-Nuto fond md It. just  (Ills tho bill. I enn think rml wrlto a  groat deal eaHl������r."  ������������������Thoi'o'fl a IloaHon." Name given  by Canadian   Postum   Co.,   Windsor,  .- i my       ���������.   .      H'ri Vt      .    ,1      . >���������������     1!      ...       .,  vyo i..      Jv-.-u       ....  i......... ,  I      i>Vrv������  As Mike entered the room ono day  ho saw his friend Pat hanging by a  rope which he had fasteucd about his  stomach.  Sure, and what be ye trying to do?  asked Mike.  I'm trying to commit suicide, snld  Pat.  Weill said Mike, why don't you  hang dor rope around your neck, you  fool?  Suro, and I trlod that, answered  Pat, but I couldn't.  ;et mo breath.  *������ .*   ������-4    r*n + %  ^tl       *���������*       Vkt������l/   ���������  .  Tbe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth.  Cleao, Simple,No'chunceot Mistake*. TR*_*  JT I Si-od for Free Color Card sni Bss&!=������.  Tbo Jotnsoa.���������I���������arises; Co. Limited, Montreal  ENGLISH  HAND.  MADE  The farmer'" w****. ���������*"  ing awake, too, said, Oh, John" it's  the cat, an '. all was quiot.  Now Pat started to pass tho door,  and as ho got opposite it the floor  creaked again. Tho farmer called  out again louder than before: Who's  there?  Another cat, was tho nlnvt1in_ rp-  ply-  Old    lady    (offering    policeman    a  tract)���������I often think you poor policemen run such a risk of becoming bad  boing  so  constantly  mixed  up  with  crime.  Policeman���������Yon needn't fear, mum.  It's tlio criminals wot runs tho risk  o'  bo-omin'   sninta,   belli"   mixed   up  with us.  No. 100.  J-ICE-  .20  per yarlt.  Our I-nces wecft awMite'il Cold Medal ������t   Ties. Fronts,  lite  Feuival of Eroplto and  ImnarlaJ 'Sets. Vokcs,  Exhibition, Crystal Palace, 1911  STOCK COLLAR. 35 Ccnu (hall)  Stocks  Plastron*.  .Jabots, 4c.  from ������bi),  .SO, .75 up.  Uertho,  Five o'clock  D'Oyleys.  Ac ami  everything  tint c.iii he  made In I.ace. Yard I.ttee  nnd insortion Irom   .10,  .SO, .25 up to -52.ad  per yd.  Booklet entitled An  latrrcttlna Home Inilui.  tr������," illuttratlne over  100 designs or Pillow.  . Lace, post free to -any  [iirt of world. Tb*  sce-mafcera are vet}  u'nd ui any ufucru,  however small  nUCfcfi lUnn.mxl.  flLLOW LACK eut.  mxsrs eav othir.  'Wl'rs'r.' Una  Arm-tronR.  Olney,   Buck*  ENGLAND  Ono day, relatos a teachor, I gave  TTT; ;:'""���������*    .   ^ T.���������|a blight boy a problem   in   algebra,  Sorry, said tho policeman, but I'll  nnrt although it.   was    comparatively  bavo to nrrejt yc���������you been drlvln  along at tho rato of fifty mllos au  hour.  You aro wrong, my friend, said tin*  driver. I say I wasn't, ond bore's  a dollar bill that says I wasn't.  All right, returned tho pollcoman,  pockotlng tho monoy. With cloven  to one, a gain at mo I ain't going to  subject** tbo county to tho oxponso of  a tvU-T.  , vTho Real Liver PHI���������A torpid liver  moans a dlsoniored syslcni, inciilul depression, lassitude and In tho end- If  cai'O bo nol. taken, a chronic stato of  debility. Tho vory best medicine to  arouse the liver to healthy notion is  Parmeloo'n Vogotablo Pills. Tbey nro  compounded of purely vogotablo substances of careful Relection and no other pills bavo thoir flno qualities. Thoy  do not gripe or piiin und thoy uro  agreeable to tho most scnaitlvo stomach-  easy, ho.couldn't do lt. You ought  to bo ashamed of yourself J I romaik-  od. At. your ago QoorgtrWaRhlngton  was a surveyor. Tho boy looked mo  straight in tho eyes. Yon, sir, ho  ropllod, and at your ago ho was president of tho United States I  Sympathetic  Harold  Harold watched his mother as sho  folded up an intricate pioco of laco  sho had just crocheted.  Whero did you get. tho pattern  Mamma? ho questioned.  Out of my head, sho answered  lightly.  Does your head foel hotter iaqw?  be asked seriously.  Mrs.  Will Resurna   -*  Newrocks���������Doar * mo.  Wo  must loavo  Paris tomorrow and wo  aro only up "co page nlnoloen of tho *  guidebook.  Mr. NoWrocks���������Mark lho placo and  we'll como baok noxt year and begin at pngo twenty.  msmssmm' >->**i nn  igut������*mmaum'm*m*mimmm  No Hurry as Yet  Papa, I want an Joo-crcam eundao.  AU   rlKbt,  dear,   remind  mo  of  lt  r������~nln:   thin  Ih only Tuesday.  m*m*mmmm^0mmammmm^maamtmmm^  ���������With Kponjry feet cftVlettt* tho ?-**__!M_  ermw ot </U������t>Me>~upr������a<!a Uiem *������v-w  ���������a. foo*_ -������d -ol������_n_ im wltb typbold.  TheMyS  ������__mh  tsmmtmmm p\  k      '  -  The Mosquito-"*  s**sssm**m mmmi**smtmmm\*mssstmmmi <������������������>"_  Ita bill lnj������cte faito  jta&ma.. MAK-tSCUw  bo-rlnif gerni>. Th* b������������t known tonla and _ltaratlv������, ttrnt corr������cui a torpid u*������r,  ������nd holpp dlgentlon so tbat good blood ii manufactured and tbo *-yi*t__ aooriahad, I*  ir������^cM__-_i:if-___fl pfecoYery  I.IOI.MH    NMI    lMr-,r:il-������>  Who'i a Mexlfiin laboring mnn has  Ever road tbe abeve Idler7    A n������w  ono oppoars from thjie to time,    Thty .  to   ������������������.mv   Kijiuu'.arn nen"'"'. lt>"e* iuu[ ful1 of htmi.h   rnlb-d   hlu  "'������������������".th  clgarotto  ho  liiioclcs  ! interest. i ou' and -.���������all;* It hii.l������' a du>  !:!  This famous medicine h������i bean iold by medlolne deel������ra In Its liquid form fo-r  ever forty ytmrt. giving greet ���������atUf^tloif. It you Drefer you een vow obUda Dr.  rierce'e Golden Moilleal Dl    0m %i*t ������MmI1���������������r������������\f1 RO l  fierce'* Golden M-iile'ei Uleeovery tSfete ofYeuVdnigje'letVt 81.00, al������o In Wo *ltm  Hto*mm.v*MuUmtia.1nV,V\*rt-m.l1.Xi..n������trtnt\,li.Y..tl*M������lboiu  Ones thus of TJf? ���������?.?*'^TOSt"-?*"!r*^,v^* ,W^������"5?^Afc  ** **wmeii,Vlf������ord4ushUrV������fioul^ tH\tt Wir Horn* Xteim'ftook.  lalviTloM A-m with ^A-diifllmi _VI������ eloth. lent free to enronti eendlnc 10  UmU to pt������p������y ��������������������� c< wrtuplog end -peetege,  II  eenUl  eenk ������U:  ���������mn-iiDJ1  mmmimm  fK&k-m������.,m..,' ������-*  Ni IIH1PW   \   1 ���������* '**       -���������-**������       r-    "���������JS***  THE HEVXEW, CRESTON, B. C.  ���������7. ���������  rf*1  IT  iij'_ft3Si!i!__-^rfa; :g-.v-?_--sa--_g^a^lffl  ���������i-T:  nADTDTDGES  ^-������____kj_..____   j_ _l ^.AJU-r "___rJ&_4JS(f  <��������� _i*_fcvw_ -~ws_3___-_3S-_,.[  <jT!������  You will find that tlie interest today centers  ���������more and more in Remington-UMC as tho dependable ammunition, not only fp_ Remington-UMC firearms but for every standard mako of     ���������rifle and pistol   used  . ih'.the world ofsport.Y?^:-?.'??r':?7?Y7^?7:. : ���������.; ��������� '  ' '���������''���������'"���������Yoii wa_tRemingion-UMC���������th������ Remington quality. You want freedom from all die  naggi-glittls anaays-ces that uncertain ammunition can throw into a good clay's sport.  Let us 'send ypixa booklet explaining simply ths technical care in fhe niaiuna. which is responsible for tho  Remington-UMC reputation,. Your name and addresa on a postcard will bring thia book by return anail.  Remington Arms-Union Metallic*Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ont. 3  _-.���������*���������*������.  ���������'rOTrv-^v-ei'lT-i.fe'K"  E_-  ������/_  litt'us sendyouour  hook' 'The evolution  ttfthe Cookstove"���������  ah interesting  historyofcook: tig. ?���������'���������'  It also gives a clear,  simple description.  *������. ?m������ xs&iwiiiiiiii*  Pride Range���������cont-  pletein every detail. T  Readingthis book is  like examining the  range itself.  ��������� Xm*, rj ���������i-0,x. 0������ 0.0x4...  <*0ifi.xmjLl00   *m * vJ/JS.  oh ymir .row -Mange  'That's about $20.00 isn't it? And you can  save it by ordering direct from the factory (the  biggest malleable range plant in Canada.)  Dominion Pride Range is the range you would  choose at any price���������a beautiful steel range with  unbreakable doors., castings and lids of malleable  iron���������a range that saves coal-���������a range so solidly  built that with care gt will last a lifetime.  -And yoii can secure a Dominion Pride Range by  makisg a smsll paysssss! tvitK your order'���������the balance on terms to suit your convenience.  Dosssisios  Scaring Off Willie  Willie, said the heiress, cheerfully,  I have been thinking. '"    *  Thinking of me, my precious? ask-  mj*    TTtrJll������~  CU      TV llllC  In a way, yea, replied Gladys. I  have bern thinking that, were you to  marry me, everyone would say you  did it for th-, sake of my money.  But  Willie  was  not  abashed  one  what care I for the base, un.thinking world? said he gallantly, adjusting his immaculate gloves.  Still, Willie, nothing shall part us.  * niu marry you or no ons.  My own Gladys.  And I will not have people saying  unkind things about you, so I am disposing of my fortune to the missionaries. Why, deareBt,, why are you  going?  Willie looked back through the half-  op'ea door.  I'm going to be a missionary, he  replied.  ASQUITH   LOOKS  WORN  Tor  Sportsman's Luck  So you took a day off and went  duck shooting.  ��������� Yes,  replied the  man  who  insists  on being cheerful.  Have any luck?  Certainly. A day off is luck enough.  WONDERFUL DISCOVERY  Coupon  1  Thousands upon thousands  of Canadians have sent  direct for their ranges,  and we have yet to hear  a complaint. Our unconditional   guarantee ___  goes with every range. H  Canada Malleable & Steel  Range Manufacturing Uo.,  ���������'���������,������������������-��������� UMITED' -   -"titi  OSHAWA.  Send a ff-T copy of your book  ���������'The Evolution ofthe Cooketove."  NAME-  ADDRESS-  Wspay  Freight  <--i.~- " ^V-"  "1  'V-jm        xm        FruUUCtl  or   pall.  Save time���������temper-���������dollars -by using  utensils that seem to never wear out.  tu  An eminent scientist the other day,  gave his opinion that the most wonderful, discovery of recent years was  the discovery of Zam-Buk. Just think!  As soon as a single thin layer oj. ^ain.-  Buk is applied tc a wound or a sore,  such injurv is insured against blood  poison! Not one species of microbe  has been foun?! that Zam-Buk does not  kill!  Then again. As toon as Zam-Buk is  applied to a sore, or a cut, or to skin  disease, it stops the sniarting. That is  why children are such friends of Zam-  Buk. Th_y care nothing for the science of the thing. All they know is  that Zam-Buk stops their pain. Mothers should never forget this.  Again. As soon aB Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to -. diseased  part, the cells beneath the skin's surface are so stimulated that new  healthy tissu.j. is quickly formed. This  forming of fresh healthy tissue from  below is Zam-Buk's secret of healing.  The tissue thus lormed is worked up  to the surface p.nd literally casts off  the diseased tissue above it. 7 This  is tvhy Zam-Buk cures are permanent.  Oniy the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101 Delorimler Ave.,. Montreal, callod  upon the Za:a-Buk Co. and told them  that for over twenty-five years he had  been a martyr to eczema. His hands  were at one time so covered with sores  that he had to sleep in gloves. I\>ur  years ago Zam-Buk was introduced ta  him/ and in a few month, it cured  him. To-day���������over three years after  his cure of a disease he had for twenty-five years���������he is still cured, and has  had no trace of any return of tthe eczema!  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.  box, or we will send free trial Lox If  you cenC this advertisement and a lc.  stamp (to pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  British   Prime  Minister    Paying  Exalted Position  Premier of th������ British Empire for  only five years, young, compared with  most of his great predecessors, Mr.  Asq.uith is now generally spoken _pf  as one of England's old men, saya W.  A. M. Good In a recent London, letter.  He is only 61; years of age���������four  years younger tihan Arthur Balfour  |������nd twenty years younger than Gladstone at his best���������yet there is indefinitely associated with him in the  publio mind all the characteristics  of old age. To some extent this? is  duo to personal appearance. The  shock of snow-white hair, t*he. lined,  and furrowed face, the rather bent  figure, the gravity, of measured utterance���������all give a venerable impression.  Add to this the reiterated rumors of  retirement and the history-making  period during Which he has held the  highest office under tthe crown and  you will realize why the prophets and  the papers busy themselves with what  will happen when Asc-uith ceases to  be premier. t  .The premier's age is also accentuated by the unusual youth of tho'se  ministers of his cabinet who are mainly in the publio eye. Lloyd George  ���������is only just fifty; Winston- Churchill  is not yet thirty-nine; Home Secretary MeKenna, the butt o������ the suffragettes, is no older than Lloyd  George. Few pf them, except Mr.  Asquith, look their years. Lord Morley, the one exception in the cabinet  as regards age, is 74, but he is still  active and still delights in the flippant satire of a retired journalist  against the follies of the politician.  There is excuse for Mr. Asquith's  prematurely aged appearance. No  prime minister has ever crowded into five years such a combination of  foreign complications and .-.��������� domestic  change as has fallen to the lot of the  present head of the British Government.    Time after tim-rj.. since Mr. Aa-  _ffl_sg������Sfe������v$rv  The Modern ssfunel  ���������._.___��������� ���������*���������_-..���������������. _������������������  -lascer tt* t/ats  Better for the Shoes  J]  I* i*J__������VIS_,  can always make sure of getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OaTS,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to rFORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE  WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS?  AGENTS.���������ADDRESS  700-703  Y.,   GRAIN  EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG  y Campbell-  ���������2s been on  . pean  war.  _:i Bismarck  Gladstone and  ������aiUy Market letter arid Saaniple Grain  Send us your name and address and we  put you on our mailing list���������It's free.   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Liberal Advances Prompt Returns  Winnipeg, Manitoba  .Notify lJoter Janoen  Best Grades  Likely to Stay There  First- Undergraduate��������� Have you  telegraphed to the old man for money?  Se_on<_r Undergraduate������������������-Yes.  Got an answer?  Yes. I telegraphed the old man,  "Where is that meney I Wrote JOr?"  and his answer reads: In my inside  pocket.  HOW TO TREAT  ALL SKIN TROUBLE  A Matter of Habit  *   This morning I suggested to my husband that I ought to have a new riding habit.  What did ho Bay?  Said be couldn't afford it and thac  I'd bettor get tho walking habit.  m^mmsms^nsmmmm****"!' ������������������**��������� ���������"������  Strans.cr-���������Can you direct me to a  bank?  . VlUlago Urehiii'-r-I can tor a quarter.  StTangov���������ThnL'a pretty Btcep.  Vllllago Urchin���������Well, you can't expect to get a bank director for nothing.  One on Mother  Tills isn't llko lho bread mother  makes, fluid tho young married num.  So you are going to atari that, aro  you?  I was merely congratulating you.  Motlior nover was a vory good broad-  maker,  Mrs. Twlckembury  Mrs. Twlckembury, quite overcome  by her good militate-'-- eloquence, exclaimed heartily: Wby, he's the  greatest oratorio I ever heard.  Wasn't for tho Nclghbira  Hewitt���������Publicity io a grout boon.  .Tewett���������Ob. T don't know, tbo mnn  noxt door had Ms cornet stolon, and  ho advcrtlsod for it and got it back.  Dsr. Morse'a  Indian  Root  I* ill a  are just tlie right rnedictns for tha  children. When they are constipated  ���������when their kidneys nre out of order  ��������� WliCU      OM:i-lln.l(llj__c:ili.u     III     mijiiiU  favorite food gives them ind location  ���������Dr. florae's Indian Root Pilb vHU  quickly' and uiirely put tlinn riuht.  Purely vegetable,, tluiy neither b-Ickcii,  v/talcenor gripe, like liarah puri-atives.  f*,,^m.l      x.0...m     /������t������ 11A 01, rt * ������l      UA'.lll*       )l.f  always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's  iliuiuit Kuui. i'llio ii������ talC liuiiirC,  Hsop   the   CKlld-ran  A man remarked thn't lie camo from  a very large family.  How many are thero of you? be was  askod.  Woll, thero woro ten of u; boys, ho  said, and each of ua bad a ale ter.  Good gracious! exclaimed tho other,  then thoro were twenty of you.  No, sold the boastful man, cloven.  Ask Any Man  Gladys���������Mamma, when people got  marrlod aro they made into one?  Mamma���������Yos, dear.  GladyB���������Which ono?  Mamma���������Oh, thoy iind thnt out afterward, darling.  Your Asthma, Too. The efficacy of  Dr. J. D, Kollogg's Asthma Itomedy ls  not so-iotlilng that Is merely to bo  hoped for; It la to bo expected. It  nc.xi.-v fallu lo bring i-c-lU-f, aval la your  Individual caso it will do the same. So  universal kas boen tho succoaa of this  far-famed euro thnt ovcry ono afflicted  with this disease owes It lo lilmsolf to  try It.  The now cook camo nut and did  vory woll hor flrst aftornocn at Lone  lyvlllo. Afuor dimior alio approached the bond of tho house.  lliiW   LilY*y   iJiltM  x   HvL     tiii     ill  morning? she inquired.  Well,  said Mr. Subburbs, tho  train i'or tho elLy. loavos at 6.86.  will havo to  got up as  oarly  o'clock If you want to mako that.  UH1  Greasy Ointments No Use���������Must  Be Cured Through the Blood  It is not a good. thing for people  with a tendency to have pimples and  a biulchy complexion Lo fjxaear-tbeiu-  Belves with greasy ointments. In fact  they couldn't do anything worse, because tho grease clogs the poros of tha  skin, making the dlsenso worso. When  there Is an irritating rash a soothlug  boraclc wash may halp allay the pain  of itching, but of course it doesn't cure  the troublo.      Skin complaints  arise  from an impure condition of tho blood  and will persist until the blood ls purified.     Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  cured many cases of eczema and skin  diseases becauso they mako now, rich  blood that drives out tho Impurities,  clears the skin and Imparts a glow oi  health.     Tho following proof ia offered;     Mrs. Fred Tremblk, Gunter, Ont.,  aays:  "For more than a year I Wi.o  ateadlly afflicted with salt rheum or  eczema.   My hands were bo sore that  I could not put th_m In water without  tho skin cracking   opon.   I   tried   all  sorts of olntrhontflr recommended   for  tho trouble, but they did not do mo a  particle of good.     I was told Dr. Williams' Pink Pills    would    euro   tho  troublo, and began taking thom.       I  took tho Pills stoadily tc:* six or olght  weoks and thoy completely cured the  troublo.   This was several years ngo  and I havo never teen bothcrbd with  lt sinco."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc sold by  all modlclno dealers or by mall at GO  cents a box or bIk boxes for $2.50  from Tho Dr. WMlr-ma' Modlclno Co.,  lh'ockvlllo, One.  8uffra(jett<* Jealousy  A small girl,, ono of a party from a  local glrla'* club, was playing hor first  vli-Vto the urt gallery. After studying tho Vonuo ln tho ontranco hall,  aho turned to ono of tho womon who  accompanlod tho party: 'Avo yor soon  that thero monlm'ont?     Kb? tho sut-  J.J Ix^lftilfO     HIU    xlmifll    ,*l    **, Jliu    Ul lilu  aro all knocked off.  quith succeeded ������'������������������  Bannerm*-*"^, the <  the  ve of  a   \;  The gi*v..c c-risis i'o^  and Crispi, Salisbury  Disraeli made endless preparations  have come and gone.' The conflict for  -which tthe great Powers of Europe  braced themselves has so far been  averted. Turkey has been practically -wiped out of Europe, but no continental nation has cut its throat on  her grave. To pilot an empire through  storms like these, even, with a foreign  minister such as Sir Edward Grey  has given the man at the helm many  a sleepless night, If there had been  no legislative revolutions in progress  at home, Mr. Asquith would have had  good excuse for the hair that has  turned so white.  ��������� In the same  five years the prime  minister has practically abolished the  House of Lords, made home rule for  Ireland a certainty, insured   the   na-  titon against sickness and unemployment, supertaxod the millionaires, instituted old age pensions,    disestablished the Episcopal Church in Wales,  and put the House of Commons on a  salary basis.      This Is a mere snap-:  shot of.the legislation for which he  has assumed responsibility.      During  the, progress of  these   epoch-making  measures he has .been exposed to the  most harassing and disconcerting ot  all cross fires���������the attatck of the suffragettes.   From the day he took the  leadership of the - Government"  Mr;  Asquith has scarcely even had a minute when he could feel safe.     In his  own home in the houses t> haa vis-;  ited, at the dinners he has attended,  in the streets of tho capital where he  is more truly ruler   tha:.   the   King  "himself, he has to be guarded day and  night from  assault at the hands of  tho militant women.   In Mr. Asquith  they recognizo an implacable enemy  and a vital obstacle to their objective.  It is to some extent due    to    this  outspoken refusal to compromise that  Mr.  Asquith  owes  tthe    respect    ln  which he is undoubtedly held through**  out the United   Kingdom.   When   he  cut the claws of tho House of Lords  he was denounced as a t.*altor to his  King and country.   When lie supported Lloyd George's National Insurance  and Old Age Pension schemes he was  dubbed a Socialist and a Syndicalist.  Yet, today tlipm la probably no man  in English politics who .possesses to  tho same extont tho confidence of the  people of Britain.   He has continued  thoso high traditions of personal honor  and  courtesy  so  long associated  with  tthe   leader   of  tho  House   of  Commons.  ������*-������  WHY ARGUE?  WHEN     YOU   KNOW    YOU   WILL       RECEIVE     BEST     GRADES,       BEST  PRICES AND QUICKEST SETTLEMENTS  BY SHIPPING YOUR  GRAIN  TO  Canada  Atlantic Grain   Co., Ltd./  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG.  MAN.  Licensed���������Bonded Established 1910  THE WORLD-FAMOUS   REPUTAT'.ON   OF  THE  CUNARD    LINE  Is fully maintained In the magnificent new (1913) one class cabin (11; twin  screw steamers "Andanla" and "Alaunia."  MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS.  Lounge.  Gymnasium,  Drawing-room.   Smoking-room,    Open    and    Covered  Promenades, Spacious Staterooms, Orchestra.  SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAILING  JECEMBER 9til,  from   Portland  to  Liverpool.    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We guarantee that  INTERNATIONAL ��������� STOCK ��������� FOOD  ,i!lfHtw-7iy������T IIc,-8'.ci������'ile^nd Sheep in 30 dayslos. time and save irrain-and  lat it will make your Miich-Cow* gain from one to four quarts of milk a day.  "i__U"fiilS   m .b*������odv1a.*renB**-,'*'"s ������l'e entire system, prevents many forms of  disease In nl kind* oflive stock and only costs yon 3 feeds for 1 cent.  We positively guarantee results or your purchase price will be promptly refunded.  For sale iy dealers everywhere or ifyo\ir dealer cannot  supply you, write us dirtct,  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO., LIMITED  Toronto, . Out.  wi  that  ,P/GS  flr&L  You  ns  G  Well  Mln.Td'a   Llnlmnht   C.nrnm   Rn-m*.   Ffi\  W. N. U. 96P  .Tmlgo���������-Aro you guilty or not guilty?  1'rlflonor���������Not, guilty, your honor.  i'.ly i'.ouuuc-1'ti woiiitt lutvu fciilliily cuu-  ylnc.od me ot my Innocence.  "The    Kiddies    all    Like    It"  TTT%TW1/f\'%Ti9Ci  PURE FRUIT JAM  Sold by nil Groc.-v.-s  Practical Criticism  Goorgb B. Lules, tho famous painter, said to a cr.vlc in lila Now York  studio: Your criticism la nt nny rnte  original and amusing, my boy. It reminds mo of tho colored laundress in  tuo UHM Gallery.  Whon tills colored laundress visited tlio Ufll?*.!, hor mistress led her tip  to Corregglo's masterpiece.  Thero, Hannah, what do you, thlnlc  of that? she Bald.  Hannah, shaking hor head lugubriously, stared a long whllo at tho pic-  turod angels whoso whlto robes woro  all yellowed by time, and thon, with  a Blgtx and a disapproving shako of  her head, sho said:  Do wiinta is do last folks to put up  wiv bad laundry work.  Youth at the Treasury  Many-nhannr-Horn of the Myeli*������qii������������r  boBldos Mr. Lloyd Georgo havo occupied tlhat ofllco beforo reaching fifty.  Addtagton and Pitt woro both under  fifty. Robinson was only forty-five  at tho onti of U3 torm, whllo Goul-  burn wan forty-six. Peel rollnquieJi-  e'd ihl- ofllco at forty-seven, and Daring at forty-llvo. Wlwn Disraeli had  his flrut short experience ln 1852 ho  waa forty eight, and Mr. Gladstone  ".���������/!*.������ cr.!;* forty t'.irco nt fh*-* "���������Mme of  hla flrst Dudgot. Ward Hunt wont  out at tho finme tigi**, the prwront Lord  3t. Aldwyn completed hla flrot term  at forty-two. On tho whole, youth  has reigned at tho Troftaury, though  f*��������� mm I.. ..       V     <���������������������(.>,.,..- Vr,v..|1.rt^l ���������  flir   wiiilrtin   irnrroirt.   Clilldors.  nnd  I ititehlo hnd all paBtfod fifty when they  went thoro.  Hla Was the Better Hand  Ho had just returned from a trip to  Europe, and was tolling his adventures.  Tho man In tho back seat had listened In silence up to this point, and  now. his lips curled scornfully aa he  replied:  That's nothing; I once played with  four Iflngs.  YcB.     Four Icings and nn ace.  TELEGRAPH  I  I  There may bo othor corn cures, bnt  Ilolloway's Corn Cure stands at tho  hoad of tho l'.Bt so far as results are  concerned.  AND- STATION AGENTS  Duties taught right at your home  by .Yiean_ of our NEW MAIL  COUR8ES, the most complete ever  published. We tnvlts you to wrlto  for particulars and aampl*v lessons.  Shaw^o Telegraph and Railroad  School, 2 Gerrard 8treet. Toronto,  Ont. W. H. SHAW, Prec,  la your wlM Htlll away from houiiY/  My wife Is fltlll nowhere.  Putting It Clearly  nnstus, what'a a alibi?  Rastus���������Proving yo*' were at a  prayer ineotln' whar yoh wasn't in  order to show dat yoh wasn't at de  crap game whar yoh was.  tV.lnard'o Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Wito--Iii'iuy. you iu:ed a rt-.-U. Let  us go to Bongtong Springs.  Hub���������Thnt place.! Wh." it's only flt  for wom(m nna fools.  Wife���������I knew It. Lot's go thoro together-  Alwayu 6omettiinn  Harry Lauder told an amutalug story  lho othor -day of two Glasgow womon  v.'ho _ict !n the clvcct, :.nd beg.-.n 'to  dlacusa tho domestic affairs of a .iew-  ly married couple.  Ayo, Mrs. McTavlwli, ouUl one, ao  Joannlo'a got mn.rlcV'  8I10 has that, Mrs. McAlplno, replied  II. a   s-lhr...  All'   linw'fl     OiA    ir/.)ll.,'   f.n*    ������lw.    Or... I  woman wanted to know.  Oh, no fine ha, at a' wan 'the rcp'y.  There's only 0110 llilnr the mntier. Sin*  UiiuUu iilm cou d hi.,: )-oL .t i/i Iti i niuu.  LlUt then thero'ji ay(; ucjiu. ihlu:-.!  Stopping the Fight  Villago Groeor���������What aro you run  nlng for, sonny?  I_oy���������I'm trying to keep two fulleri  from lighting.  Village Grocoi���������Who aro the p^r  sons?  Roy���������Bill Porklnt and  me.  Their Job  Willie���������Paw. what Is a Jury?  Paw���������A body of men orgiinlieed to  find out who bus the boHt Inwyor, my  son.  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Stanley  Editor and Man tiger  Oil/IN BRITISH  COLUMBIA  The Colonist has been careful to avoid heralding alleged  discoveries  of oil  in  British  Columbia for the reason that  they have  usually  been announced by the promoters of  companies, who  were  sometimes  more  anxious   to   tap  the   pocket-books   of   speculative folk than to bore holes  in the  ground,  and  we   are  averse  to   assisting   in   that  sort of thing,  which may be  quite  legitimate,   but   ought  to  win  its  way  on  its own  merits and not on the strength  of newspaper publicity.   Very  great interest is being taken  in  several  parts  of the Province  in  prospecting  for oil  and    apparently    with    fair  chances  of success  in  some  instances: but as yet it is very  much too soon  to give pub  licity to what is being done,  for the reason that it is very  hard to draw the line betwen  what aught  and what ought  not  to be  told.    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Don't pivo  up in despair because you have treated with  other doctors, used electric belts ������Dd tried  various drug store nostrums. .__  Our New Method Treatment bas snatched  hundreds from thu brink of despair, has re-  ��������� stored happiness to hundreds of homos and  has-made successful mon of those who vrsrs  .** down and out."   Wo prescribo speclflcrem-  . edies for each individual case according to ths  symptoms and complications���������wo havo no  patent medicines.   'J'hls is one ofthe secrets of  ��������� our wonderful success as Our treatment can-  v.uot fail, for we prescribe remedies adapted, to  each Individual case. Only curable eases ao*  ceptcd. W* have done busiitt-M uuuu������uuut  Canada for over 20 Years.  CURABLE CASES  GUARANTEED  ..'"'* OR  NO  PAY  I Aro yon a victim?   Havo you lost  - _, J hope..9 Aro you luti-mting to marry?  litis your blood been dlsoasodf Have you any  \veaUuessf* Our Nevr Method Treatment will  euro you. 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Ltd. held j  t   x\.        tx*"*ii 4    true and   pure   desire io live  forth.       will  some  comrade *-  and work for the  betterment  aud    uplift    of     those     who  of onr 30,000 subscribers scattered   throughout   the length  _    _      _-t       c    r*      j     ���������   1 throueh   error   or   wrong   of  and   bretath   of    Canada   iu! *������ &  x ,.,���������,     t       ,  .    themselves   or others, find it  nearl}r   every    little   IianileL '  ... ,_       '       ,    .^    , .   ,,     hard   to   make   things   go in  village, town, and city, kindly,     m tt    . .  , , , , .    .....it-is day aud   age.    In other  let us know wnere this little |  ^>     .      ^ -    . j -n   _i* _ ! words,   our     Master    is    the  Creston Printing and Publish-! '  ������      T   ,        . ,    -     r   -   ! Great   Emancipator,  the  one  mg   ������wO.    _.__.,    Wltil   Its   luaej his redeem' fj���������1* ������������">* 4 Per cent nitrogen and  ym 1 10 l)er ceut potash.    I   remember.on  ���������--.-ties ."ipan aim aont uikg. quite so  miK'li pain.** in cutting seed. One tun  of the best commercial fertilizer is not  usually too much per acre. I liml it  ! a good method to sow the Tertlizer  with the planter before dropping the  seed. Then it is mixed with the soil.  After the plant is up a little fertilizer  can bo used on it, but it should be  brushed from the plant witb a broom  or in some similar manner.  1 have in my own work by following the best methods here described  been able to secure yields of 500 bushels and over per acre on commercial  fertilizer   alone.     That   of   the   best  Daily Nov. 7 to Dec. 81, inolosive  RAIL FARE, ORESTON  To  Montreal and Quebec    $86.60  St. John       94.60  Renewal of License  Seotion 41.  Notice is  heredy given  that, on  the  first day of December next, application  will be made to   the Superintendent of  ��������� '���������   ....?���������������������������'���������-    ** ���������.  **_- ''-v.  Provincial ���������Polioe for renewal of the  hotel licence to sell liqsor by retail ia  the hotel known as tbo Erickson Hotel,  situate at Erickson, in; the Province of  British   Columbia Y    7  Dated thij. 10t������ day of uetobrr, I9i3.  1 rfcn.&rn,$������.���������  WALTER W? HALL~ Prop.  Limit five months, stop over and extension privileges  Full information re rail and STEAMSHIP TI  KETS from  K. M. REID, Agent, or write  R   DAWSON,  District Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alberta  il  innocent   wage   slave   editor  and    manager,    attempts   tc  m*0  carry   on   this thin**? thev  *-������������***??     "Kt  ICItlOCC  D"  Evidently the(progressive?)  editor of Cotton's Weekly  doesn't   own   cr  cant borrow  his fellows.  the p*^rt that oil is playing  as a fuel, it is orparlv tn h������e a copy of the Canadian News-  hoped that a local supply' paper Directory, or he woulcH  will soon be assured. A re-1 have no difficulty id finding  presentative of the Brit:sh,t^e Creston Printing and Pub-  Admiralty has we understand \ lishing Co. It is lamentable  been making inquiries into j that a paper purporting to  the prospect of oil being express modern ideas, aud  found   in   paying   quantities] which continually reminds its  readers that they are slaves,  should be so shackled to the  old methods that it can't tell  how   to   locate an up-to-date  JT arm and  \l8-rden  one piece my men called attention to  the fact tbat they were getting a bushel of potatoes to market in six paces of  a single row. If my figures were correct this would be over S00 bushels  per acre in ordinary field culture, but  this piece bad the advantage of a coat  of .barn manure the fall5* previous.-to  -planting. ".;'  6  m  ies Artention I  Nothing Makes a  Lady look so dressy  As a Tailor-made  Suit.  Renewal of License  ,.'.'".������������������ SectiontiAlti '.  Notice is heredy give that on the first  day of December nest, application will  be made to the Snperint''ndeat of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel  iicence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as. the Creeton Hotel,  HiiuatV at Cres'oa. in the Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 10th day of October 1913.  J. B. MORAN, Prop-  On or  near  the   British Col  umbia Coast.���������Colonist.  A friend drew our attention  j-~ __~ t*M :_.��������� ������ r\.xi ���������������-  ������._  ������.i__  jvijuvvjuj-   xi u 111   _uiliJU 6������  Weekly a socialist paper:���������  The Httle editor and manager of the Creston Printing  and Publishing Co. Ltd. appears to be trying to curry .lowas those blatantly herald-  favor with his master when ed from the pages of Cotton's  he  sends  us  the  following:  Weekly.    The master we DO  fc* *"������ mmm **W������_bi - ** f^        _������_���������.���������*��������� %������|_*^->*>  We DO NOT serve the  same master as Cotton's Weekly, nor do we do obeisance  to   motives  or   standards   _o  Notto is the Time to Wan  For &^xt Years gall Zfair  The time is uow ripe for tlie organi-ation of an  Agricultural Association that will take in all the  territory of the Creston Valley aud will look to the  time when the industry of the Valley will include  not only Fruit, Vegetables and Poultry bnt also live  Stock and some of the domestic industries as well  as the arts.  Why should this, the best favored of all the  valleys of British Columbia be satisfied to be regarded as a second rate affair where "they grow  aDDlcs"f  How  THE  MONEY  CROP.  to  For     Big  Raise     Potatoes  Profits.  Tbe aim-in raising potatoes should be  to plant so as to get the biggest yield  and at tbe same time with the least  expense. One of the farmers in Somerset county, Me., wbo bave been able  to do this most successfully is P. E.  Davis. He has received as big a yield  aa 800 bushels per aero in some instances and on the -whole 300 to 500  bushels per acre. He tells bis story  how be did it, which many farmers  would do well to follow. He writes in  the American Cultivator as follows:  The soil must be in tho best pos-,.  sible condition as. regard, tilth and fertility. The dirt should be made One  nnd uieJiow jUju till! Koii of good depth  before planting tlie seed. If tho piece  Is of clover sod then the time for plowing does not count so much, yet in  this caso nn application of a small coat  of manure is good and enables us to reduce the expense of commercial fertilizer at least one-half and to further  increase tlio yield of from fifty to n  hundred bushels per acre, yet care  .should bo taken not (o put on too  much manure.  Plowing and planting aro only a  .small part of (he work of raising potatoes. They require considerable  care. If ln a dry season Ihey should  be cultivated often, the looso dirt having n tendency to moisten the plants.  If you wish to raise the largest possible crop,  HOO  bushels  or  moro  per  HOW   I'llOl'ICII    I'lJUTITjiaSATIOK    INCIU'AHI'H  HI'/lll   111"   l'l ITI'I'III'M  aero, you iiiiihI. g������*t iih many poi-Coot  bills tn leili.'ll lull lllilllinly mm possible.  I iiiIvIho rows two nnd une Imlr t\'i-t  apart  and  ni.-iul  pli.-t-ca  hi...be <t 1 <>|i|k-,|  1u'������'lv<> In (H'lei'll llH-lii"-i 11 um t-t Iii Hi,,  drill.   Hwllii'   11   i'imiiI   Ml'/eil   ueeil   i'i|i   <>���������.,.  In three eycn,  In ruining .'!(������> bushels per ncru  iiiiiki) tlio rows three feet apart. Pl-w<������  Iho   Meed   pieces   clglH'-cn   to   twenty  O  O  o  ������  a  e  ���������  e  e  0  e  e  ���������  9  FEED   YOUR    LAND   WELL.  You must feed your stock well  if you want good results. So  must you do with your laud.  You cannot afford not to enrich  your land year after year. Build  up your compost heap. Put  stable manure on your land. Buy  those fertilizers your laud and ������  your stable will not supply. J  Study the fertilizer question !n e  all its bearings; solve it and you   %  ��������� have settled half your problems.   ���������  ��������� ���������  ���������ii*ii������������������������teo������������e������ei>oi������t<i'<l  RAISING  FALL LITTERS."  With  Right Care They May  Be Made  Very Profitable.  A subscriber of the Iowa Homestead  W*"l*������jr*-������������rv **������ *i-*Uf ii/I r\ 1*-* fn *j-fs^*jt*t lit/**. ���������*������������������������������ iii**.  * ��������� __ v ���������_ w        ���������.*.���������������������.��������� c v* _k ^. **J ���������.**tV-tm*-*w *,_,        mv  practice of raising fall pigs writes as  follows:  I And that I make as much money  from my fall litters as I do from Hie  t-priiig litters, and now is the time of  year to bo thinking of tho fall litters,  Sows must bo bred early enough in tlie  -"summer so that they will not go Into  winter beforo the pigs are farrowed.  Winter pigs should have the same euro  os fall plgB, of course, but they do not  havo tho advantage of tho fall pasture  or forago as do earlier pigs. Owing to  tills I do not think winter plgH aro as  profitable, to raise as aro tiprlng, summer of fall pigs.  Tho greatest disadvantage I have  over found to fall or winter pigs Is  tho quarters. Pigs of any ago do not  do well if compelled to sleep In a  Bt,raw pile, out of doors or In a muddy  Bhed or damp bed. Theso conditions  nro   especially   detrimental   to   young  ���������_������r_ j< '* & v.-^'iiM-iL-ft^  mv- this rm iT.uiWt 0* tmm;n viv.v.  plga. Hoghi, and capivlally y.itiiig ones.  do not do no well when limy sleep on  tbo ground iih when tlioy sleep on 11  ui.y   Hum, or  111   1ru.1l  1 iiih  mis hi\vii,vh  ...   ...������   ������������������,,     I...J-I   ������  1.    ...   v..  I prefer my Hooih not moro tlinn six  liiclieii from the ground, as when they  uio lil^lu'.k' they 11....Y be Km cold when  tho weather is extremely cold.  |J ������11    .   ^ ill'"'!     ..--  Artist in Ladies and Gents Attire  ���������Stanley -St. Nelson B. C  Of course floors cost money, but they  0011 make it back In extra gains In  the pigs" weight. The quarters of  small hogs should be separate from  those of the big hogs, for pigs never  do so well when permitted to sleep In  ���������1 heap with large ones.  To bo sure, there is usually some bud  weather in the fall, but we usually  have it as bad and worse in tbe early  spring In the fall, between showers,  ihe pig may be tilling his tnnk with  such green feeds as he likes if they  Imvo beeu provided. If they bave not  been provided he runs out in n dry  lot, squeals, does not grow, nnd then  usually the cry Is, "Pall pigs don't  pay."  Wm,.,,-     ,,. .     -. I      _ _ ..      __     *.������. _     _- -.     _.    .m  1* uuu   iinr   |>if-..->  m_  uu   iuc  |Jt*ua  uuu  rape plow up their winter lots nnd sow  ���������ye.  This will bo a good, rich soil for rye.  and ii will grow rapidly and very rank.  It will not take a very large lot or a  few small ones to afford plenty of  pasture all winter and until rape is  again ready in the spring. This will  keep the pigs growing, If they havo  "vw*<l niiarters  Renewal of License  Seotion 41.  Notice is  hereby given  that, on   the  first day of December next,   application  will be made to the  Superintendent o  Provincial Police, for renewal'-of  the  hotel licence to  sell liquor  by retail in.  che hotel  known as   the King  George  Hotel, situate  at Creston,   in the  Province of British  Oolumbia.  Dated this   10th day  of October,   1913.  Vtuj. A. afijRON,  For the Creston Trading Go.  WHAT  THE    COW  WROUGHT.  HATH  Todd county, Minn., Is ono of  tbo Illustrations of what tlio cow  is worth. From statistics worked out by tlio Long Pralrlo  (Minn.1. Lender wo lonrn of tho  following facts: In twolvo yours  seventeen co-oporatlvo creameries hnvo been established in tbat  county, which lust your mndo  3,800.000 pounds of buttor, for  wlilcli tlio fa liners rocelved ovor  $1,000,000. Tbo first eronmory  was started twolvo years ngo.  Then land was soiling for $0 to  ip'in tin aero; now it Bella for R20  to $05 nn acre. Tho deposits In  tho banks of tho couuty havo  gone up fj\'in $16"-l,Gb*0.1i to $1,-  0*11,1.12X18 In twolvo years. Tho  prosperity that bas como to tho  fanners of Todd county is a lesson In favor of tho cow thoy  should nover forgot.  RENEWAL OP LICENSE  v " V" Section 41v  Notico is hereby given that on th������  first day of December nest, application  wiii be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the  hotel licence to seb liguor by retail in  the hotel kn*>wn as the,.Sirdar Hotel,  situate at Sirdar, in the Province of  British Oolumbia.  Dated this 10th day of O-tober, 1913.  WM. MOBRIS, Proprietor.  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL J-INIG KEGU-  LAxIONa  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Sankaluhewannnd Alnerta  the Yukon Territory, the North west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of BritiHh Colnmbia; may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  au annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  moro thnn 2,1300 aores will bo leased to  one appicant.  Application for a loneo mn-nt be mndo.  by the applicant in person to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of tho distriot in which  'ho rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the laud must  lie described by sections, or legal fub-  d*visions of sections, and In uusurveyc-d  territory fho truot applied for shall bo  staked out by tho applicant hiniHidf.  Each application inunt bo accompanied  by a foo or $5 whloh will bo refunded if  the rights applied,for aro not available  nut not otherwise. A royalty sbuli bo  paid on thn merohaiifable output of tho  mino nt. tho rate of five cents per ton.  The pin won opiuiitiiig tho  mino shall  furnish the Agent with saoiii rotunis  accounting for tho full quantity of mer-  ohiintablo ooal mined and pav the royalty t heroou.   If tho coal mining rights  nro  not  being operated,  suoh returns  should bo furiiiHhod at it'iist. 01100 n yenr  Tho lotiHo -will liicludi) tho ooal mining rights only, but tbo losseo  mny ha  ' pm-mlttcd to  purohiuu*. whatever avail*  1 i-ih'o fmrfar-e ri-^lit_  may   bu coiiNidnod  ' iii'OOHHary for the working of tho niino  ut tho rata of $10 an uoro.  1    For full information npplioatlon nhould  bo made to the Secretary of tho Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agout or Domiu.ou Luuda  W. W. OOHY,  Doputy MluiHtur of tho Interior  N. li.���������Unnnthorized publication nf  'ins mivniiueiueut will not bo paid for;  Best Ways With Timothy.  To  euro  llm.ith;-  nm*  |t Jtint  r.c  bloom  In  falling.    If tho crop Is nol    ,_  too heavy nnd rank rut ca soon ue, thi   ���������s.  "��������� -.,.,:-.,.,. .,- ..tr:. . :.. ...  dew  Is off.  Jet  It  euro 11  fow  tiotirs,  rolto Into windrows and haul  to tlu , Bring itt YoilT RcilCWal of  barn tho same day.    If crop Is rank;1  ^..,i :: ;.. ..;,������ ..���������*������.���������. uu_.i.   u wm win Sui>������cripf ion to l!ie  not hurt It Next day's sun will dry It  In n few hours, when It enn bo rnltcd  Into 'vlndrmvN Maul It to th������ bm*  In tin* early afternoon.-���������Farm SounuA'  LiituIiJii KliSlW  g^^m^t^ iv*^'A**sy^  taufmm*mm������**ltmmsw,',\ii[}mni\viti  mfm*ti  ���������Willi WLH l������il/tkiJiaab'-Ji  ssm  msmmssm  :titi?w^$&?$^W������$#$^S^^^M  titi:ti.:ti,titititi.y:ti- -��������� ??::;::????:fWSfW^^^^  "���������-'���������   . '   ?   ���������.���������������������������".'������������������ ^    ' "1,   '      -��������� :"���������   ''^'���������''UV?*?^^  '  '"ti ��������� y^';'??*V-Y.Y'-~;.*7^  ���������5  tHE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  7-'v^A������5-#SFf|  ;;<*- '��������� '���������������.?-.j;Y ''ih^'iH?.-^''_S_!  -tititi;: ;y^tiM;M^^^%^  ;���������;��������� . ; , : ,    '..,���������. .,'.;...'.,*'--.���������;-'.(>*S,'*.,*;;A-r*i  ?���������?������������������   ./''*:"���������������������������.'*  titi^titititi '^iJ'^ESS  '"���������';?:V'Y7r'":??YY;;"]g3gl  I   CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  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  tlie following- rates:  $5 and under ..........................    3 cents  Over     5 and not exceeding $10    6     " ,  IO       " " SO IO     "  ss  au  0"v* ������������������������*���������������������������������������������������  JLO  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should be made by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAPT8 and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Creston Motel  *������-��������� __j.  'i__.  I The, Leading  _ Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  CaU   iAgzin  \/OU  will  make   no   mistake  j       when you get off the train  if you sign tlie register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  men will substantiate  this.    We  _-**4������������3**v     _���������!___.     oAturnrf    #__*   _"____*    ���������rr.-tf-C-'C  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  A  J3#   MOfdfl  Propa  The British Goluinbia Nurseries Co. Ltd.  OF VANCOUVER, B. C.  Are very-extensive growers of High Grade Fruit Trees  nf      A 11    IrTl't-le  *^_X_>       *_���������_--���������     _.*.AM%������������J  Long Experience, Ample Capital and Up-to-date facilities enable us to  produce the best grade possible.    Our "ONB-YBAB" TREES on  "THREE-YEAR 'WHOLE ROOTS" Excell all others  We Guarantee Satisfaction in Evety Transaction  We are now represented in this distriot by Mr. A.  Miller,  of   Creston  who wiii caii 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  Bo C. Nurseries Com pany, Ltd.  grainy   ^t?WI||^  4_4Af-^I  I  A*j"W/)     / %-**    _A, VVMU-W      VV   ���������  A/ <_  _���������*_ _*���������./���������_������������������ *.  V   M-Jlt-VSC*  H  n  THE   HOMS  OF   THB I  ���������a������jg m m a ^ .,._��������� m a mm* B  m  GOMMODfOUS  SAMPLE  *is'*mm. ^m*   ��������������������������� *  __s  txsmfZs nt o  THE BEST AND MOST]  POPULAR. HOTEL IN  THE KOOTENAYS  Run  on strictly   up-to-date      1  lines.  all departments, Kitchen  staff (including- cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  a  a  ���������  Porters Meet Trains  FEEDING GRAIN 10  GOWS ON PASTURE  The question !s frequently asked  whether it is economical to feed grain  to cows during the: pasture season,  writes B. V. Ellington in Orange Judd  Farmer. Oh this question there is a  considerable difference ��������� of opinion.  Judging by the direct results in milk  production from feeding grain to cows  on SuCcUiSut ssu s&____nt pasture,  there seems to be no profit tn such a  procedure. While there may be some  increase in milk yields, the increased  yields do not in all instances pay for  the gndn consumed.  The pastures in the early spring are  immature, and the grass contains a  high percentage of water and a low  percentage of dry matter, and the high  producing cow does not secure sufil-  o-o'-'i _���������" -nn-f*nlan-3   ���������*���������-_   *-*������_te*_ _c������__    __*������> 'v_x_*v***5������   __-'  V4&UW    ������-\*V-_X*M������_a-     *V    _tf-M������WU     I4IO,UCV*UO    V*.  the body and: maintain a large production of milk. For a cow of this type-  that Is, one that produces one to two  pounds of butter fat dally, a grain ra-  WAH������RONf  MANAGER  tm   ^niriSUB������BZUB5&S   ��������� ^  GUY   LOWENBERG  CONSULTING   ENOW-SB  rCRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Jfire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL, - -  B.C.  Church ^Notices  Heavy Horses Pay Well.  The breeding of heavy draft horses  ������-������     Ai��������� ^��������� ���������     _��������� a. ������-������ -         a     j.. ������.���������������    I  IS    ssnajB    yntuuxvi*},    suu    is.   gieuttj*   ������  adds to the farmer's Income. Small,!  scrubby horses are not wanted, and  tbe mares for breeding should be. large  and well built The demand Is for a  draft, horse of not less than 1,500  pounds. Size in a draft horse is necessary .-���������Rural Farmer.  uvtv   xfj   xx.mtkomS  _������t iCuJI."urta.1   0UJJ(S_O.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  Matins, 11:00  Evensong 7:80  wrickson-���������Evensong 3:00 p.m.  MTCTHODlST CHURCH  Public Worship, 1,0 ;80 aud 7 -80 P. il..  Sonil-y Sohool and Adult- Bible 0b������M|  11:30 A..M.  Come aud you will bo made welcome  Fred L. Carponter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every $unday  nt 11 ������. tn,  and 7:80 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:80 p. in.  Adults Biblo Oluna moots ovory Thnra-  dny evening.  W. G. Bi-akhi  MlnlHlcr  ORCHARD  AND  GARDEN.  Orders for fruit trees should be placed early to insure choice stock and  prompt shipment Nurserymen always  appreciate early orders and give tbe  best of service. ' ���������������* .  Remember tbat plants from which  seeds are to be selected must be tbrlf-  ty. free from diseases and Insects and  tbe seed well matured. Make no mistake in these matters.  Now Is a good time to destroy pench  borers. Look for tbem on���������tbe trunks  of tbe trees, at the surface of the soil  or *us*" bs!nw the surf&ce. V7ns is ft  good indication of these insects. Cut  tbem out with a knife.  Do not forget that good seed Is a  very important part of successful gnr-  tlenlng. it you have any tbat are.good  sftve them: if not, buy from reliable  Headmen and breed up the varieties.  Vou cannot afford to plant poor seed.  the laying up of a considerable amount  of surplus nutrients on their body  which was utilized in future production. ������������������-   .'������������������: ti   :-? .  Weaning the Pigs.  Some people seem anxious to.wean  the pigs. I do not believe a person  should be iu too niuch of a hurry  about this, however, says a correspondent of the Kansas Farmer. As a  matter of fact there is no feed quite  so good as their own mother's milk.  There is a limit of eourse, for tbe  length of time she can provide this  food. If the sow is to raise two Utters  each year we must not espeet ber to  care for each litter as long a time as  when she raises only one.  If she is holding up fairly, well in  flesh I would.not. hesitate to leave the  pigs1 with her .nine or ten weeks.  When you start to wean the pigs do  hot take the whole litter away at once.  This will not only prevent "the sow  worrying, but it will probably avoid  trouble with her udder. Take away  the two hastiest ^cuh'^sters first and  then, after a day or two, remove one  or two more. Keep this up until the  whole litter has been taken away.  ^i^ ���������"_: -^_ -^ -".I *"_S ���������*_} -"^ -sssf  ���������^������?-**'0*'(m*'**���������**'**'tc*-0*  ������������������JS& --i". *^ ��������� 4B? ��������� f* ���������  -*^-^_  ���������em"0*'  " <-* ��������� *������ ��������� ������=������ * j-* ��������� jb-������ ��������� tmt ��������� *_ "-?."^  (111U  giiiic.. aua:,ine long,  brown October evenings are here. How will you  fa. spend them ? : in?dull,; humdrum monotony or in a  breeze of pleasure aud happiness. Where will the  children spend their even in op, in your home or your  neighbor's ? Keep the children at home and enjoy  the winter evenings yourself with an "  '*'-?���������*'  HI**.  m  m  (IV  Edison Phonograph  The Owl's Design, here pictured,  a pure bred Jersey cow owned by  the Kansas State Agricultural college, ia the first Jersey in Kansas  to make over 700 pounds of butter  In a year. She completed her record on the l?th of March and made  during the year 14,006 pounds ot milk  and 660 pounds of butter tat, which  is equivalent to 7SS pounds of butter. The milk record classes The  Owl's Design among the first seven  Jersey cows of the world. Only six  have made more than this amount,  according to R. M. Gow ot the  American Jersey Cattle club.  CATHOLIC OHtTROH  '  Mass 10:30  Beuedlotoiii 0;80  Kvery ilrat. Sunday of the mouth.  Father John 0* M. 1.  Sunday Scnool.pvory Sunday at 2:80  tlon should supplement the pasture and'  she should be allowed all the leguminous hays tbat sbe will consume.  Tbe cow that is producing an average quantity of milk���������say from twenty-  flve to thirty pounds of milk nf overage quality���������will produce but little  more when fed grain to supplement  good pasture r.nd for economy of production should not bo so Ted. Experimentation bos proved that an additional pound of milk was secured for  each pound of grain fed, but it was observed tbat cows that received grain  during the pasture season gave 10 per  cent better returns after the grazing  period was over than did those that received no grain. In othor words, tbero  waa an inereaso in weight in tho lot  ��������������������������������������� woro fed grain which resulted in  Piles In Pigs.  Piles, or profusions of the rectum,  are common in young pigs and are often induced by overfeeding and lack of  exercise. Give the .pigs free range on  grass and in addltfdn feed light slop of  sweet skimmilk, middlings and a little  flaxseed meal. Mix one ounce of lime-  water with each quart of slop. The  bowels must.be kept active. If constipation is present omit the llmewa-  ter and mix in ah ounee or two of raw  Unseed oil to act on the bowels. Local treatment consists in bathing the  protruded parts, wetting tbem well  with extract of witch hazel, then  smearing with wltcb hazel ointment  ?n& returning tc place.���������Farm Journal  'SEASONABLE POULTRY NOTES.  Remove all the male birds from tbo  flocks, keeping them separate until  about the first of tbe year.  Now Is a good time to buy new  blood. By placing an order at this  time a better selection can be bad.  Get rid of all.tbe surplus old hens.  This will be a saving In both feed and  house room. The growing utock need  that  Plow up the empty duck runs anil  sow rye in them. This will disinfect  them and also grow valuable green  *������*���������** _7  The nights are becoming cooler ontl  ithe days shorter, all of which tends to  The Sunshine of Music. Do you still believe that  the Phonograph is tinny and meehanical? Come in  and let us PROVE differently. Do you think you  cannot afford a Phonograph? Our Easy Payment  jm Plan makes il possible for you to afford one, for an  ff\ example, the Home Phonograph at $65.00 can be  if\ purchased for from $10 to $25 cash and th_ bilarice  in easy Monthly pHyments.? Why not see us about  it now before Fall has gone?  ������  m  m  ��������� m\m     ���������  m  m  IvOlViil  i^rug^        Go.  i-i'-.  ^_r,_������*c*'iS.'^-'S^''^''C,iar*:-_''g!* '_f'_r*__*_f*-r-^'^-^*^*^*^*^^*-'^^'  _r_t6:g-:������'5eS6_-:_fe������������&eg-:������g-:&t:������&:g������g:&  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at sbort  notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pnek  horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale        Agent for the McLaughlin Mnnfg. Co.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire nnd mail, and meet all trains  at any hour cf iho day or nighc.    Comtnerci-il men and landseekers,  will  receive prompt attention  H. S.'McCreath, Prop  Phone C6 Sirdar Avenue ,-������ Box 14  %--3-a.-__-_S������Ha:-9,<_999:-_:-SHSSSS9.__a  W  1JJ1  w  Hi  1 w*.  1 _  ���������iii  Hi!  m  ss  w  >  m  TO  I  TO  Si  TO  Jt*  1 ���������.  5n both the peultrynsan  - and the stock.  1   Now tbat tbe molting season ls on  It Is ndviauble to add a little sulphato  I of Iron to tbe drinking water.    This  will iict as tonic and strengthened  Tin*  March  hutched  pullets are be-  igin-iliig to show Indications of wlntei  'work.    Some aro laying, whllo otliern  are reddening up nnd learning to sing.  If vou have a few hundred  or a few thousand dollar*  . .    ������        ������������������������...      . , ...    mm...    rn.*.*' I*   S0,  IIIMt U������ ������������������_������������������" y������*<J *>���������..  S���������xx   ������.  *m  w_rU earning you rood Inter*  e*l by placing a Money^ to  Loan Ad. In our Clarified  Want Columns.  People with gllt**-dg- col-  itttcrni   oi\*-k������_*vt|**���������..������-   ���������������������������.������j  Send Your Wants to w T  Vv/  iii  il/  ill  ih  \li  lil  \tl  W  % ke  u_  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  Job  Printing  Bring in Your Order, to the  \i/  Hit  \v/  ill  vii  ii>  v*;  ii/  (to  I BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONET        SEEDS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dallars.  , ���������    ,        ���������      ���������     ���������     ������������������     ,;���������.    -'   ".    .' 1     .,      . ���������,   H  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  Llmlt-cl        V  CRESTON        -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU  i   L;        EDMONTO  I!  wa.��������� Xam  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tbe  Funeral Director  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  Harness   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer iu  "high  boots aad snocs.^  '..".... ..   . l.'i_i... .11..  "I..;1..'!..1-���������-H'J'.'.'li-i'ftMl-1;  class  oven eo years-  KXPCrtiENCC  I Save your Platte Ity  havlttff an expert  0t*m mttmmttm "Wet mm tint the..  _'*���������**   "    ^_JS *���������      " **������. -   *��������� *       _  ^N_R__k  MMtt___i ^^MJ|^ >4____fr U___F  m^^^^        J/^^*        4ffj^*        w^^^   ^^^^^a  -A. II  tmmmm  ���������m.me*  *0m*4^M  Ty*^ r_Y*������ ^^s*  ������    m   f-������     f r* r%**m <r**w r% mt  CRESTON, B. C.  WORK GUARANTEED, ALL  INDSOF (7CPAIRS.      DROP A  PltrAmAVJI'LL   OALL  maamimaaaaammaaniiiatiammtmimaiaii'ammamiaim^  Thadc MAnKa  C/K-IUNH  CopvmaHT* &o.  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MM juaaapis^^  hv ������������������?  ���������TTTTP, PT'VT'F-Vir   ���������T'-RTJ'.Q'TnT-'   TR   fV  Ci  _-������-__  Its Duty  Nine times in ten when trie liver is right th*  stomach and bowels are right.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  gently but firsiiy com ^   sl's^ to^_ffi_srafi-i  Cures Coa-^^^^^^^^^8TTLS  Indises-^^^naBBWH       i KfiiLlS.  _  sick   or       ^*i_-_=_-__=_i  Headache, and Distress after Eating*  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  PROJECTS FOR HUGE TUNNELS  &*Z*&^*?&&?^  ron/i  ������������&_������.'  GREAT OFFER BY A RESPONSIBLE FIRM.  IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY.  Toss:}- perse-!: who can supply the coircc! namcsof tlCiS Hva  vrell-l:non-:i C.-.narfta:i Towns. ���������irt fulfils condition* beW.  ���������-.- offer our S15 lady's SOLID GOLD WATCU.  r;i^li������h C������verni:icnt siaword. t'J'y "swelled, as a FREE  GIFT.   (Silver Watcli-*are prc5e,.���������d to Grins.)-  Scud your attompt on. a. sheet of paper,  -.aset-ei- -wilU Et__Bsd addressed envelope  for reply to FELLOWS & CO.. 10. Grosvenor  BuUd'nec, Steelhouse Laue. Birmmgham.  Ensland. Tbe winner U required to purchase  e. Chain from us to wear with watch. 1 ho  ume of thia paper must be mentioned, rrise-  wiaaers of last competition were t  Mrs. A. Gay. Amherst, Nova Scotia, Can.  Mrs.   A.       Fowlow,   Trinity   East,   Nfld.  THE NSW FRENCH REMEDY. N,1. N������2. N������_>  T" ���������������_ E_ KJS_ f*l ������ sNI xi"sPMisr w.t_  jreatsuccess, cubes chronic we.���������ness, lost vigor  * viu, n:c:;HV. bladder, diseases, blood poison.  nuts.  E:-;;r:a no. DSLCcisisor masi. Si. post 4 cxa  RKICEP.S CO. SO. 3���������KMAN 8T. SalV YQSKor LYSl/v"! SKOS  Souon-to. V.-R-TS FOR FREE BOOK TO Da. LE C-SRO  MED. CO, H.v.-S!WrocKR.I>.H.'..*.!PSTE.\D, LO;-;do:;, ENQ.  TRY ;.'EV.- lJg.\GS8 tJASTEt.ESSJ f OgKC?    E���������������V TO   '"AKS  THERAPfiOM _a?.isacu.*  1EE THAT T3A3E MA���������ED V.OaO *THERA?10;; * IS ON  SSir. GCVT. SXA3<? &7FISED TO AL������. GENUINE PACSSTSi,  1-MME^OT  Include Connecting England and  France, Also England and Ireland  London just now is seething with j  projects of gigantic tunnels. Tlie  Prim������ Minister has just received  a deputation of British members of  Parliament, ���������who desire to see a subway constructed between England and  F.ranee, because it would cbnfer enormous trade benefits, and^ give both  countries a new source ol food suppjy  in war time.  True, the cost of a double tunnel  wouid be $80,000,000, but a channel  company, assisted by the South-East-  ern ond Chatham and Dover Railway  and French Western Railroads would  readily find that amount. And Mr.  Asquith has gone as tay as to promise  that th'o CommrOuee of British Imperial Defence will giv_ the project their  most careful consideration, to see  whether it can be now definitely approved by the British Government.  Encouraged by this, a group of Lancashire financiers has come forward  and demanded that the question of a  tunnel between England and Ireland  shall be revived. They say there is  no scientific reason why a subway  should not be constructed between  Holyhead and Kingston Harbor, and  that this subway would do more to  make the separatal'-n of Ireland from  England impossible than would a dozen Home Rule B-lls. or fifty Coercion  Acts.  And in London itself financiers are  discussing plans that have originated in Berlin to run a tunnel from  Queenstown to Nova Scotia, which  would take twenty years to construct,  cost some hundreds of millions of dollars to excavate, but would give a  Channel aud an Irish tunnel, land  Americans with ease in Berlin, without troubling them once to embark on  the stormy and treacherous waters.  M.  Albert   Sartlaux,   the   author of  the   celebrated  pamphlet   'Le   Tunnel  Sous La Manche,' estimated in a re-,  I port  published in  1907, that if built  j a tunnel between England and France  i   _...,!  J      ���������- -      ... 3      5^.      101"      U.i      r!,->     fAVAT*  ���������    ft OIUU      UC      UOCU      ill      J .-".������.���������      -V        ���������������������..      ������-...��������� -  ���������than 1.800,000 passengers*.  ! Many tunnel bills havo been introduced into the English Parliament,  but they have been uniformly rejected owing to defence considerations  and in 190" the Imperial Defence Committee decided against amy scheme.  ivrl  Wild Oata  Last summer a Connecticut farm  was approached by a tramp, "nlio asked for" something to eat and a night's  lodging. It waa pretty wfcll towards  evening and the vork was all done,  so the farmer gave tha tramp his  supper and sent him to the barn to  sleep, agreeing that ho *wa������ to call  him the next, morning In time to work  out his keep.  About half-past t4..*ee In the morning tho farmer routed out the tramp.  What's all this, boss? said the tramp,  rubbing his eyes.  Time to **"e-- un o'nd work.  What doingfr ~~~ "*-���������*-���������  We're- going to  reap.  Reap what?  Oats.  Are they wild oats, boss?  No,  of course not.      Why?  Well, If they ain't wild oats? why  do you have to sneak up on 'em like  this in the dark?  Hie Last Request  Not a soundeould be heard in th������  *=���������- <iouri-room. The prisoner had just  heen condemned to  death.  You have a right to errprea. a last  wiah, said ihe judge, and it lt Is "possible it will bo granted.  Th������ prisoner, who was a barber,  gar������ the judge an appealing look aa  he replied:  I should Ilk������ just ones more, to ha  allowed to shay".- th������ district attorney.  ALLOW ME TO PRESEHt  MY BEST FRIEND  As-_*\\  Only the Half  Maiden Aunt���������Venice at last! One-  half oi the dream of my youth la nov?  fulfilled.  Niece���������Why only Half, auntie?  Aunt (sighing)���������I contemplated going to Venice on my wedding tour.  /    iiJ^^__f _x  j'/-.   Cheapest of Oils.���������Considering the  curative qualities of Dr. Thomas*  Eclectric Oil it is th������ cheapest of all  preparations, offered to the public. It  is to be found in every drug store in  Canada from coast to coast and all  country merchants keep it for sale. So,  being easily procurable and, extremely  moderate in i/Hce. no one should be  without a bottle of it.  Mos������ Any Tims  A country road, trees, sUy, summer  homes, a lake in the distance. A  steam railway line crosses the road  at right angles.  Enter up the road, an automobile,  well loaded and running at high  speed.  Enter at the far right an express  train.  Both automobile and vraiu are rush-  tug toward the crossing.  Owner of automobile to chauffeur:  Cau you make  ������t?  The chauffeur, speeding up- Sure I  can make it!  Dead heat!.* -? !!   !! **?*!?????  WATERPROOF   COLLARS  AND   CUFFS  Something beuer than irnen "and no  laundry bl.'-s. Wash it -with, soap and  Water. All stores or direct. State style  ind   size.       For  25c.   we   vsri'i   mail  you.  rHfs f-^^aT^0?--��������� ^t������EA'-     The coming    aeroplane   has.    how-  os   P.-aser  Avenue.   Toronto,  Ontario . -r .. ... ,   ,   -.a i>-, -,.-u^i^  Limited - ever, ciiangs?- me aspect of vhe whole  "*, :.. l ������������������ l !..���������_������������������: . pro'oiem of national defence both for  ���������rflT -nn m*.?������ fi* ximira ay*; auiia ' Eu-slami aad America. England can  Mm-tis-ows sownwo svkp h������ b������i i ������<������ longer relv    as bne has done, on  ksed for ov_��������� sixty years "ov MILLIONS of '. tae tact tliac she is au islana.  MOTHERS   for   tdelr   CHILDRijrr>    WHiLE '-,       -,-mosr   ia  =nitj������  of  herself,  she  has  TEETHIKCi.  -with   PERFECT   SUCCESS.     It !  Almost iu spite o  soothes the child, softens the cc.MS. '������������������ been drawn iato ihe meshes of arm-id  _i.laysan pain-, cures wtNi>colic, aad  comolications in    other    portions    of  Is the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It is ab- i p. ,p' . m-mri ,).(, n.,o now to realize  soiutelv hanuless. Be sure and ask for "'Mrs. *.urop<-, ������������������ S"S Jd=> now to jedi.ie  v/ins!dws Soothing symp." and take no otirk ; that any day she may be called upon  kind.  Twcaty-Svc cents a bottle. 'to   throw   au   army   into   Belgium   or  .. _  ;_.._rrm j Holland to  help  her  friends,  Russia  and France, against Germany and Austria. Would not, it is suggested, a  tunnel   in   these  circumstances   be  a  GIRL'S NERVES  FULLY RESTORED  Obtain    Lasting  Chase's    Nerve  ^ W A. IMT'TTT*    m.*. -  nxxiixjjjv   at  uutc  Persona io work for us  )n spare tfma at home. Ko experlenca  r<*nuiip<l with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Basy and fascinatinj  "rvork. Good pay. No canvassing. "Write  for instructions  (free).  COMMERCIAL   ART   STUDIO.  215 College Street. Toronto, Canada.  The Heart of a  Piano  is the  Action.    Insist on tlie  it  Otto Higel  fiano Actioa  jj  I    ADI-S   WANTED ���������  DO  ARTISTIC.  ���������������-* congenial needlcwoi-U at home: niaUc-  fi-om threw lo five dollars per dny deeor-  fitiriK cushion top������. Armour Art Co..  Ocpl.   li,.   i-otlaibanc  Blot-'.:,   Winuipc_.  IM M 0 RI" A]i \7 V??fe E R TM H  r  Every  Advertiser Knows This  She���������Doesn't   ir.   tako   all   you   can  .lift's1,'   t"   'ifi'    ���������''V*   vnui*   hip'   nrlvorHs-  IngV  lie-���������By no means; 1ml, it would  take more tliun 1 could niukf to pay  l'o i- less.  Photographer  Crosser. if you  for a moment.  ��������� Now, tiion Mr.  I>: :aHc. look pleasant  Thnt':; if.    ,\ moment  longer���������Uu*-re!     You may now resume  your natural expression.  This, remarked .Mr. L'ain<\ ia my  photograpli with my two French  poodles.      Vou   recognize  mo,  eh?  I Hi Jul; so, snld Jfis.s Softii.*. You  nr" tlio one '.villi the hat on. are you  not ?  An important Congress to be heli  in London this fall, is being organized by the Franco-British Travel  Union who are placing this Channel  tunnel question practically at the  head of a highly interesting congress  programme.  This is because it Is held that the  construction of a submarine mode of  travel between England and France  would immensely stimulate the object  which the union mainly ha3 in view,  the promotion of international friendship by facilitating an exchange of  holiday visits between the people of  Britain and the Continent.  The number of English people who  travel abroad has grown enormously  of late years, and Germans and  French people are reciprocating by  visiting England ln ever-increasing  numbers. But the average Frenchman heartily dreads the cross-channel  passage which has been for generations tho chief reasons of England's  insularity.  Strategic grounds of opposition are  a-so said to be weakening, not merely  because of the changed compi^i.in of  European politics, which renders  Fvnncp nn longer England'.-*, traditional enemy, but because of the ingenious argument that tho existence of a  channel tunnel would afford a Bafo  means for the importation of food  supplies in time of war at sol  England and France, moreover,  would be a far more formidable combination of war against a common enemy with a Channel tunnel than without. The old fear that it might be  used by a hostile Power against England or France can also bo proved  to be groundless.  Was Never Able to  Benefit Until    Dr.  Food Was Used.  Too many girls grow up with weak,  anaemic bodies and exhausted nervous  systems. Indoci life and too much  application in s.hool are sometimes  the cause.  The blood needs enriching and the  nerves naed strengthening by such  treatment as Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  This food curs is doing wonders for  many thousands of girls whose parents had almost despaired of their  ever developing into strong, healthy  women.  Mrs. J. Bagnall, 395 Woodville avenue, Toroi-to? writes: "My daughter  suffered fropi nervousness since childhood, and any medicines she tried did  not do any lasting _ood. We read in  the papers about Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food, and ^ry daughter used it with  wonderful results. This treatment  has built up her system and so  strengthened the nerves that she feels  like another girl."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. 50 cents a  box, 6 for $2.50, all deLlers, or Edman-  son, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  A small boy saw some young puppies at tha dog dealers.  Oh, Mr. Brown, ho asked the man,  how much do yon want for thooft  puppies?  They're   $3   a/piece.   Master   BeveT-  iy.  Oh. but 1 don't want a piece, 1  Want a whole dog.  A  Kitchener Story  Ivord Kitchener thinks tuat ma-T-  l'lagotBUCAtts iho end of a soldier's career; in faotr,, a soldier should be wedded to his profession. Some tlmfc  ago a very woll known lady to whom  he had expounded this view retorted  by  asking liim a question.  If tho officers of the army today  aro not to marry, said she, where are  you to And the officers for the army  tomorrow?  And Lord Kitchener, romeinhering  that officer's are usually the sons of.  officers  was silenced.  JN 6VYINQ;  rBAsrCAfcss  SS CAREFUL TO  I SPECIFY  \80YAl%f&%l  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES.  Getting the  Most  How will you have your eggs cooked? asked the waiter.  Make any difference in the cost of  'em, inquired tho cautious customer  with the briiniess hat and faded  heard.  No.  Then cook them on the top of a  slice, of ham, ^aid the customer, greatly relieved.  In the Country  Thia is just like grass, ain't it?  . It Is grass, you silly!  No lt ain't 'cos' you don't have to  keep off it.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere   I*������ _���������������������������     ���������--��������������������������� --���������H - !������������������     IJ  A well-known Scotch professor was  occasionally called up to Salmoral to  attend the lat������ Queen Viotoria, and  was extremely proud of the honor.  One day a notice appeared in the university which stated   that   Prof.  could not attend his classes that day  as he had been called up to Balmoral to see the queen. A waggish student, who saw the notice wrote underneath it: God save the Queen.  Information Wanted ���������  ?Mrs. Benham���������1 wish you would tell  me one thing,    "ti  Benham���������What is it?  Mra. Be_h*_i--What happens with  one of these lock canals wthen they  can't find ther key? r  Sweet and palatable, Mother -raves'  ���������������/*a-n*o1ril������  Worm Exterminator Is ace  children, and. it does its work surely  and promptly.  Advice  Let tins  fact sink into your head.  Let nothing e'er delay it,  While you  can  leave a thing unsaid  There's no way to unsay it.  Timely Aid  An old colored woman came into  a Washington real-estate office the  other day and was recognized as a  tenant of a umall house that had become much enhanced in value by reason of a new station in that neighborhood.  Look here, auntie, wa are going to  raise your rent this month, the agent  remarked briskly.  Deed, an' Ah's glad to hear dat, sah,  the old woman replied, ducking her  head politely. Might..- glad, fo' sho,'  case Ah des come in hyah terday  ter tell yo' dat Ah couldn't raise hit  dis month.  King as Tributor  There is a curious book kept by tha  master of the king's household in  which is set down all the various old  fashioned tributes which are annually paid to the king by individuals,  corporations and others? For ! the  flrst time,'however, the king becomes  in his turn a tributor. and not receiver, for in the conditions of rth% sale  of the Sherborne Hall Farm? just  north of Sandringham, which his-majesty has bought froth Emmanuel  College, Cambridge, he has to supply  each year six fat turkeys.  Dcc'aratlon of Independence  r.jy dnar, 1 see you are having so-*****  clothes, made for the poodle.  Yes;  it Is the latest fad.  Well, 1 serve notice right here that  I don't button any dogs    down    the  back. /������������������'.' ������������������'.'"  Convincing td Ladies  .    II    i    r ... .. ������������������ n I.T-*.  This Oven Test!  Bearing Out the Adage  What's the best thing you ever saw  that bore out the old adage, that cleanliness is next to godliness?  Lemme see. Oh, yes. Back in  the town where I came from the Salvation Army barracks was next door  to the Chinese Laundry.  So that you may use less flour, we  do what a home cook would do it she  were in our place.  From every shiprhent of: wheat  delivered at: our: mills? we take a ten  LAi-a    Jims  Explained  I see now why it takes you so long  to shave. 1 have been watching you.  Rivers. ������������������  Well?  You make a lot of hideous faces at  yourself while doing it, . and every  face,  of  course,  requires a separate  pOunu   Sample.  flour.    Bread is baked from the flour.  try c    gii-ii*  BJlttrV U.  Minard's Llnlmer*: Cures Dai.druff.  We find that some samples make  more bread and better bread than  others. So we keep the shipment from  which the more and better bread  comes. The others we sell.  "^ You   save  money  by   using Hour  ^xthat bears this name.   Arid yo^r* get  better-bread. jf  "More Broadband Better^B'r.ead" and  Be_teRPastry���������Too,  %   521     *  mm 4tr  ^mf  tt  T>  48  Silly Question  .Minoralogicai Professor��������� Now I a.sk  you. as a practical minor, what spado  do you   think  Is tho  vory   best?  Student  (scornfully) Why. the ace,  ol' course.  rot'S  (irenl    ������i;.K'    from   I if # J -   .-irn'ii*   j', row.  The   pi-iivei-b   apt   iv-l'iics;  And  let  iih a..d.  dhon*.- d������-i-  llr.ve surreptitious dates.  umm,&mmmmmmmmmmmmmmM.m'''mm'itimmmmmm0mmmm  i_r i ri ki cr v  l\ 1 LP n n I  XSVy"  Be Wise  It ls better to bo wise   than    rich.  Wo ao not see this because wo have  all tho world, and we are seized with  lhe fever for money-getting aud mon-  Jey-spendlng.    There aro thousands  jf  j people  getting  moro  satisfaction out  i of their quiet dally round ot business  and social life thnn nny of these bivdB  of paradiao with tboir flitting to and  fro upon tho !aco of the earth.     Ono  ot the most fatal things for the poaco  and  hnpplnoh3 of any man  Is  to  bo  caught Iu the awlvl of discontent that  Is  caused by  this envy *-f theso  so-  called   aueccsafur*   people.    Tho   wise  ishiill Inherit glur,\, bin sliuino shall bo  the promotion of fools.   Tho country  would p.o to tlio dogci In a month If  ir. worn not for tho r-ulet, steady, stay-  uL-hoiiicH wh.) form tho bono and sln-  >:w   vii um   business,  suciul und spiritual HIV      Learn tho wladorn of bolng 'ink*i. md content wherr* you nro  and   lenv'*  ooouiHtors  and  promoters  to thoir gamo of chance,  flllf-i-'ifiol shrd  mnfwy cmfw cmfwypy  m������       -������    '  0,0    0.0   "'Iv    f-f-/*,.    t0im   tt.1    l"t\  hi all (it-.i I ers. or Th*- OnHtii Mi-rli-  ciiio Msnip; i y. * ii n**fi, Toronto,  O'li-id.j  <������������������ll������������WWw������������������������W������*i'.wll.l<'������w*'^'i.������������W������^^  vv. m. u oca  Sii ji-u think you will Id ymir ton  7 mil,   Kliuly   law.  V������'p. Hiimveroil Farrik'r CornloHHol.  .Jonh   will   iii-iko n   ,- lawyer,   |[,.-h  goi.  what   I  rail a lc",al  mind,  Whar.   In  thai,','  Hi- l<m liim a f-imil '���������yoiiMr- lot- do-  liiK nl'oiil iiiiyihliiK thai ������������������.i.i'Im IiIm particular   ('"uvi-nlcncc.  aiuo ij.ive  Him  uxerclso  iiiiin.. I'm i un nan niiioirr you  Irliil  do any  kuoiI'.'  niiiiii. -oil,  yen,  ii   i,,.|i-   |,I(.  in  ���������  lln;., rul   n.iurc   of   ulud   t\u   u   s.lioio  IIMjJlt U.  A man of letters who visited Washington recently appeared at but ono  dinner party during his stay. Then  he sat next to tho daughter of a noted  naval officer. Her vocabulary Is of  a kind- peculiar to very young girls,  but sho rattled away at tho famous  man without a moment's respite. It  was during a pause in the general  conversation that sho said to him.  I'm awfully stuck on Shakespeare  Don't you think he's too terribly interesting?  Everybody listened to heat* tho  great man's brilliant reply, for as a  Shakespearian scholar ho has few  peers.  Yos. he sold, solemnly. I do think  ho Is intoroHtlng. 1 think ho In moro  than that. I think Sluilcospeuro ls  just simply too cuto for anything.  Yer  The banality vt n sea poorn by Alfred Noyos led a Philadelphia sonneteer at tho Franklin Inn to say:  This poom of tho sea reminds mo  of a young woman from Illinois who  saw tho Atlantic for tho Urst tlmo  last week at Cape May.  Ao sho stood on tho windy bench,  frtv/.li-i*** dvMinilly out over th<-* water,  1 said to her:  So this Is tho And. (line you huvo  over seou tho son, eh 7  Yes, tho very first tlmo, sho answered.  And what do you think ot It? I  askod.  Ah, sho said- wllh an est actio ���������v.iiic,  It suiL-llii just llko oynk'1'.s.  saw  #onCrre*e"',;is?t'h.e*Drest  A'**Y'?Y-i;  ./'  J tult!    V.'avi!    UHl    pimlv'.".  ������los   bit  \,o\v nl**  times.  (5cue   WooiIh ��������� Leiv'-i   div-   h  i-i a n-  icii:i<!, you J.now.  .ludd  Wind--Hut. I  don'l   il  Ink lho  1'. eiiiio   allow     him   in   iilii.  it   mail  ..������.,, ,   ������i....,  f...fi.  ABROAD ���������tatement���������Yer literally true. Tho aim of man from tha  beginning hat been to make his building material*) o������ nearly like natural-done nn possible. The great labor required to quarry stone led  him to _eek various manufactured substitutes. The only reason he ever  used wood was that it was easiest to get and most convenient to use. a  Wood is no !on���������er easy to 2**t. tike most buildinrj mntrrial, iti cost i������ increasing at an alarming rate.  The cont of concrete is decreasing.    So, from the standpoint of either service* or economy, Concrete is the best building material.  Canada's farmers are using more concrete, in proportion to their number*,  than the farmers of nny other country.    Why ?  Because they are being supplied with  Canada  Cement ���������  * cement of the lddhntt po**������ib!a quality, which t_-  ������ur*-������ the -success ol their concrete work.  The secret of concrete's popularity in Canada lies in  tha fact that while we have been ftdvertisina tho *,.**  of concrete, wo havo also been producing, by scift-Mr  tine tmothods, n csment to uniformly hitth in qusltty  thnt the concrete mado vrlth it gives tho complcto  ���������ntiafaction our advertisem������nta promised. _  Concroto would not hnvo been lu sucli univcnal uso  today, had nn inferior grade or cement been supplied,  Innii*** ii-nn ftmttin^t r*������n������d*������ C!(������m^rnt. If '��������� y������������������r l������i*������t  asuurnnce of thorouahly satisfactory results from  your* concrete -work. Thero is a Canada Cement  dp������l<*r in, your neifihliorhood.        "v  Without this laWl it is  mot "Canada" Couicnt.  Write fomur Free i f>o.jiaire book "What The Parmer Cam De With CericntS*  ���������Na fanner ton afford to be without a coj>y.  I niilu-il my iiiinliiiiiil ior name pin  nioiir>y  tills moinliiK.  What  (lid  ho  nay?  lit- iiviUt-U iii_ Iiuv. u.ur,i phiH uno  a packet.  - _ .1  f^t������������*-j���������^tlf' sTf������TT'!T^?*TlW   f ,?,"*T?*f**7  n*_.  ���������     fl  mmm*mmmmmw*.''immmu-jiaam-Mi.- -���������"���������.������������������.riMfaxsn  imwtzmmiaM.'uimmMrtzxF%mm!!m^  I  I  i  ___!  HMO -_1*-*"%,I**_"**1    T**- ���*_-s TC���T'1r** 'm-rw       j***m*w��-_-�� rtrn ^-%. *& �����       *����,. �����
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A Legal
o flies
Without Any Law
In It
- ������- $
By .. A. M1TCHEL |
vim/   said  my  fi'lc-nd  Bob  Elliot,
have a law caso for you."
had Just "put out my shingie" a*
attorney and was not displeased at
announcement. Bob was rich, and
03 poor. I supposed that the matin question --concerned? some 'prop--.
���j ?ho/ owned.    I  expressed myself
ly and wil ling to serve him and
cd him the natureofthe case,
t'sa matter of. breach of promise."
Breach  of promise!"   I  exclaimed.
wotoeh have at?Inst?-got,yoii into
ble;' eh?? I've told you time and
in that your disposition to regard
�� us u giisi_, a uit of sport like xOl- .
Iriga deer or landing a flsh, is tho
t dangerous kind of amusement a
can indulge in   He's no match for
man at that sort thlDg.   I suppose
Ve been writing a lot of com prong letters."
A few."  But you're on the wrong
ck.   I'm not to be sued for breach
promise.:   I'm- to sue a "woman for
tr identical thing."
Phew!"
And,  what's more, I haven't any
at all.   The defendant is a fceart-
coquette, and I wish to punish her
the-datuage sho has done."
Upon my words    When did you be-
(me 'so���virtuous as to take It upon
nrself to punish another for a sin
which you aro sinner in chief?"
It's jealousy .on my part."
"Another fellow got ahead of you?"
b; Jealous of the lady's superior
flclehey at the game of hearts. Bnt
ugh7 of this  preface work.    Sou
Miss Kate Stanley?"
_*! do and am aware that she is as
cicnceless as yon."
More so.    Beside her I'm as iuno-
t as '_ new boru babe.   But It re
written regret for -rifling trfCfi 851
rnio^:sacrettrinme-X-Bent-ne_4-&__.-_Bfc
for forgiveness ia this cepacia! case
her letters -will be returned t�� ber."
"For heaven, sake. Bob/' I exclaimed, "is there no Euawulu you?"
"Tou are employed to conduct thW.
case as an attorney,''' he replied. "T
was not aware that your craft are so
pure as to preach parity to their clients."
"Tou should be OBe v�� ua," I retorted. "For unscrupulousneBS you would
stand at ihe head _f tbe bar."
"Never mind the coCirsIiajoats. Jest
you write what I tell you."
I obeyed my client's instructions and
in due time received a reply- that when
Miss Stanley submitted io uo lectoreS
on ber actions is affairs of tbe heart
tho lecturer must bear a better reputation In such matters than my client
She asked me to name a sum Mr.
Stanley would accept for the return
of her letters.
I communicated this request to my
rinz Mikmm ?eat.
Th* Dancing Glass an the Knives on
tho Bottle*.
'~ *�����_��� two bottles of the same height1
Insert In each a cork, the top of which
baa bees ent i_fto wedge or gable
shape. Placo the bottles on the table,
the ent edges of t_�� corks parallel to
each other. Put the blade of a table
Knife on each corfe, their points almost but not quit�� meeting la th��
middle and their handles projecting on
the opposite sides. Holding the blade*
with ths thumb a_�� forefinger, take a
imall wine or liquor glass half foil of
water and balance St upon the points
ef the two knives. <
-Itis will require ��� little adjusting
ef the distance between tho bottles or
? of the quantity of water in the siass,
? bnt after a few attempts you? will find
that the weight of the glass just balances that of the knife handles. ti
By drawing a few drops of water
I -,
ffftSALS  OF  AN   EXPLORER. ' s    GUZCO   AND  THE  INCAS.
from the glass this will rise a little
client, expecting/that he would instruct with the knife blades. If now you take
mo as to a reply within a short time,   a thread with a metal button or a
s*\-
eo<)<-v��
U8T VOU WRITE WBAT T TE-T- TOU."
Ires Innocence to punish guilt, nnd I
pose to give Miss Stanley a lesson."
Tou can't do that, by making ber
;y in money.  She's richer than you."
������Tf��n *um "������ihllcit'1' that wi!! hurt bsr."
Well, to come down to buslucss,
hat evidence have you against ber?"
uo produced a stuaif bundle of notes,
looked them over nnd found nothing
t tegrcts for Invitations he had giv-
Miss Stanley.
"Why, you stupid numskull!   These
otcs Instead of showing encouruge-
ent  indicate that  tho lady doesn't I *!
re especially for your attentions."*     ���
���Well,   they're  all  tbo  evidence  1
_vc.   I'm rolylug on tbo publicity of
ho suit I'm about to bring to punish
ho defendant.    Wrlto her an official
Iter stating that your client, Robert
handler Elliot, is about to bring suit
but a month passed, and, although I
met him frequently? be made no mention of the matter. When a fortnight
had elapsed without my having sent
any further communication to Miss
Stanley she wrote again, reminding me
tbat she had not heard from me in reply to her request for a ("statement of
iho sum that would buy her letters ,
and begged that I would name a price
since she did-not wish them to remain
In the possession of Mr. Elliot
I noticed an absence of temper in
the young lady's letters that caused me
to think they were dictated by counsel.
Thus far she had refrained from expressing herself toward my client except as a lady to a gentleman. When
I showed Elliot this letter I told him
that doubtless in the defendant's caso
counsel was the manager, while in the
plaintiff's case counsel was simply a
go-between in a matter which he did
not understand. Bob made no reply totals assertion, bnt I could see by the
expression of his face that it amused
him. He told me to write the lady ���
that bis object in pressing the matter !
was not one of money, but justice
The case could only be settled���out of J
court���in the way he had suggested,
and if that was not satisfactory I had ,
orders to bring the suit.
The reply 1 received to this communication dispelled any belief on my
part that the lady was acting under
the advice of counsel. She said that-is
was a matter of common report that
my client had broken the hearts of a
dozen confiding girls. She would never consent to apologize to or ask pardon of one who was far more guilty
than herself.     _
'I was well aware that no lawyer
would dictate such a. letter, common
report having no standing in? a court
��f law. However, I had by this time
given up trying to decipher the. upshot
of the eiase ahd was awaiting some
sort of a denoument Bob gave me no
more confidence than he had conferred
upon me when he put the matter into
my hands, or, rather, employed me to
write his letters for bim.
He again took up the Fabian do
nothing policy, making no .reply to the
defendant's last letter. Then another
one came in which the writer said that
her attorney had advised her to confer with Mr. Elliot direct Witb a
view to settling the matter, which
meant setting back her letters, she
asked if my client would meet her at
her attorney's office or at mine at such
time as ho might elect Bob told me
to write ber that he would meet her at
her counsel's office, and she might appoint the time. He knew well tbat
she had no counsel, and be did not believe she would take any lawyer into
her .confidence.' 1 confess that by this
time I felt suro she had been acting
on her own responsibility, and I was
not' surprised when her reply came
that after consideration she preferred
Mr. Elliot should, cp.11 at her house.
When I received this letter I confess
tho scales fell from .my eyes. It occurred to mo that this, Instead of being an Incipient raw, case, was nothing
moro than a flirtation between two
champions ln the gamo of love. I sent
iho letter to Bob nnd, nt tbe same
time, resigned as his counsel, writing
him that while I would bo bappy to
servo him thereafter In legitimate law
business, 1 didn't propose to do any
more intermediate work between a
pair of lovers.
The first Iknow of tho outcomo of
small piece of lead tied to it and lower
this Into tho water the glass and the
knife blades wil! descend. They rig��
again as you withdraw the weight
The glass behaves as if drawn by the
thread, and you can make it dance up
aad down like a iat__��o_eite.���New Tors
World.
A  WABBLY   COMPLIMENT.
it
Came Whllo the Comedian Was
Working the Dignity Act
Francis Wilson, the actor, always a
collector of Napoleonic relics, had
played at a town in northern New York
state, ahd on the morning following his
performance, while on the way to his
train, he passed an antique shop and
saw in the show window a cameo with
the head of the great Corsican upon it
bW    ��* ��ui
The deal was about closed when the
shopkeeper,    a    nearsighted,    elderly*
man, squinted at Wilson and said:
"i_ook here, ain't you an actor?"        ,'
Wilson drew himself up.
"I am a clergyman," he said in an
offended tone.
"I beg your pardon," said the dealer.
"Tou see, I thought you looked something like that singing fellow, Francis
Wilson."
"I hope" said Wilson with great dignity, "that you would not liken me to
a mere"comic opera comedian."   :-.
"Well," said the shopkeeper with a
superior, air, "I seen him at the opera
bouse, last night,-and to tell you the
truth he wasn't so awful rotten" ~-
Saturday Evening Post
filoknesa and Agony That Livingston*
I Endured In Africa.
'���    Writing on David Livingstone, missionary and African explorer, Sir Harry E. Johnston gays in the  British
Geographical   Journal:    "During  the
���winter or rainy season of 1868-9 Livingstone was very ill.    He had been
Svet times without number and suffered from terriblb pains in tbe chest
and pneumonia.    He was often semi-
-Sellrions and subject to delusions, such
as that the bark of the trees was coveted with figures and faces of men.
He thought often of his children and
friends, and his thoughts seemed almost to conjure them up before .him.
For the first time in his life he was
being carried and could not raise himself to a sitting position.   Tbe Arabs
! Were very kind to/uim in his extreme
weakness, but the vertical sun, blistering any part of the skin.exposed to
it, tried him sorely ln the day marches.
j "In July, 1870, his feet were almost
'. consumed with irritable,- eatingjulcers,
pulsating with pain. * * * These sores
were obviously, communicated by mosquitoes from the.blood of the wretch-'
ed  slaves  who 'were  tortured  with
them.    Livingstone could fall asleep
���when he wished at tbe shortest notice.
7 A mat and a shady tree under which
; to spread it would at any time afford
! him  a refreshing sleep.    But in his
last years of travel sleep was often
made sad by the realistic dreams of
happy English life from which he wakened to find himself 111 and consumed
with anxiety that he might not live
io complete his mission.
"After 1869 lie suffered much from
the results of the decay and loss of
his molar teeth, so that imperfect mastication of rough African food Induced
severe dyspepsia, and his bodily
strength weakened under a condition
of permanent malnutrition. Stanley,
by relieving him when be did, gave
him at least two more years of life,
a certain measure of happiness and the
sweet consolation that lie was not forgotten and tbat the magnitude of his
discoveries was appreciated."
Peru's Ancient City Was on tlio Plan
of the Roman Camp.
The ancient city of Cuzco, when Brst
viewed by European eyes, wa,, accord-
lug to the best authorities, a great and
wealthy municipality of" perhaps 200,-
000 souls. How old it was at that time
we have scant means of knowing.
Garcllasso would have us believe tbat
there were only thirteen Incus in the
royal family line from Manco Capac
to Huayna Capac. Montesinos, ou the
other band, assures us that the Incus
ruled a thousand years! Which are we
to believe? No written history of the
race exists���only tbe records of tbe
juipus, those queer knotted strings
which were the Incas' sole documents
and for which no archaeologist has as
yet discovered the key, the Rosetta
stone.
Cuzco's original plan was, singularly
enough, that of the Roman camp, a
quadrangle divided by two intersecting
streets into quarters, with a gate on
each face and towers at the angles.
The Incas, like the citizens of the
United States, had no more definite
name fs_ the*** ..-sountry than Ta van*
tinsuya, the Eitoplre of the Four Provinces. The four streets of the capital,
prolonged by great roads? divided it
Into four main provinces, each under
the dominion of Its governor. When?
their people came to Cuzco ihey lodged
ln tbelr own quarter, where tbey adhered to their national costumes aud
the customs of their own province.
The city today retains the same
general plan, Its two principal streets
being virtually the old main thoroughfares. Its two eastern quarters He
upon steep hillsides; the two western
are in the valley, where runs ��. little
river, the Huatanay, spanned by;
bridges.
The northeast quarter was the Palatine bill of this South American Rome
and contains the palaces of the kings,
for each Inca, after the manner of the
Roman emperors, built bis own abode,
scorning to live in that of his prede-
-cessor.���Scribner's Magazine.
LIKES C0-OPIEA1O1,
ANGLICAN RECTOR; HAS. STUDIED
HOUSING PROBLEM.
Rev. E. Appleyard,- ot London. Ont.,
Who Has Been Making A Study of
tho ?creign Elements 1��� Canadian
Citizenship, Has Had Also to Deal
With Acute Dearth of Homeg
Among the 5?oor^
..P-v. E. Appleyard, M.A.. vector or
St. Matthew- Anglican Church, of
London, Ont., is a graduate of Huron
College and of the Western University.
lie is a native of England and obtained hie early education in the grammar
school at TLeeds, where he also put in
two years as a medical student.    Bo-
DISEASED  THOUGHT.
HISTORIC NOTRE  DAME.
What English S/ScariHi:
Mrs. Smith���What are you reading,
John? Mr. Smith���I am reading Herbert Spencer's "Principles of Biology."
Mis. Smith���Why���what���what's that,
John? Mr? Smith���Herbert Spencer's
"Biology." Let me read you an extract���his definition of life. Listen:
"It consists of the definite combinations of beterogeaeous changes, but
simultaneous and successive. In combination with external coexistences and
.sequences."     ;
"Why, John, what In the World Is the
man talking about?"
"I am astonished at you. Jane. Why,
this Is the work of the great English
scientist."
"Yes, I know, but what is he writing
about?"
���"He is defining life, I told you. What
did you suppose he was writing
about?"
"Good gracious! I thought he was
trying to get a patent on a clothes-
horse."���London Tit-lilts.
When You Realize That Is What Worry
is You Have 5i Mastersd.
Concentrated thought is virtually Irresistible. All the vast edifice of modern science and industry is obviously
the product of thought, much of It of
our own time and observation. The
birth of an idea in the human mind ls
clearly the one and only dawn of empires and revolutions, of engines, philosophies, Irade routes, civilization.
To class worry? under the head of
thinking, therefore, seems a glaring
sacrilege. Tet worry Is thought, for
all?that?rdiseased, impure, adulterated
thought? It means an admixture of
emotion, of the worst of all emotions-���
fear���into one's thiskin**. Instead of
concentrated, clear, serene thinking
on the problem in hand, worry is
thinking muddled black witb fear. It
is about as helpful as clapping the
brakes upon wheels toiling uphill.
Yet all the world Is laboring under
Checkered Career ef the Wonderful
Parisian Cathedra!.
Soma account of theYhtetofy ahd
vicissitudes of Notre Dame appears ln
the London Strand Magazine. The
flrst cathedra] was erected in the year
52S by Ghildebert and afterward demolished, the same site being used for
the present building, which was begun
in 1168 and finished in 1351.
Alexander III. laid the foundation
stone, the first mass being celebrated
by the patriarch Heraclius? The grand
old building has been sorely beset by
many dangers and has witnessed many
strange and stirring scenes,
REV. E. APPLKyAUD. ;    _
fore going to St. Matthew-s Church
three years ago Mr. Appleya*rd was
rector of St. George's Ohuclt? Thorn-
buy, Ont. He obtained the degree of
B. A. from the Western University in
London in 1900.
As a candidate for the degree of
M. A. this year he was asked to mako
a study of the foreign elements in
Canadian citizenship with special reference to the social conditions in London, arising therefrom. As a solution
of tha housing problem, which ia aeute
in that city, he strongly advocates
adoption of the methods of the hig
English co-operative housing co_.'
���panies;.;..?.."'..'
Working Mice.
To an ingenious Scotchman goes tha
credit of heing the firBt person to harness a mouse and make him a money-
earning factor. He was David Hutton,
a native of Duhfermline, and a spinner
of thread.
In 1812 ho visited Perth and among
tha toys and trinkets manufactured by
the Ereach prisoners there, he was at-
The reign of terror In 1793 led to ?tracted7iy7 a little toy 7 house with a
ahch disgraceful orgies within the pre- | wheel in^the gable of it that was running
clncts of the cathedral that it was j napidly around, impelled by the gravity
closed to the public as a place of di- -I of ^ common house mouse.
vine worship in iTui, but was reopeny
ed ia 1802 by. Napoleon. The Interior
has suffered severely at times at the
hands of the mob' and individuals.
The worst offender was perhaps Louis
XIV., who, carrying out his father's
that Egyptian heaviness of the wheels. I I0***-  ca^fia  �����  d?t���C2?\?f, thf
ignlnst hor forJ>rcach of promise.  Say
ffthat he has furnished yon with such ' this legal contest In tho court of love
prfldonco as ho possesses which may or   was  an  announcement ln  a  society
my not prove his caso���a matter for   journal of tho engagement of Robert
jury to decide.   Toll her that'since   a IQlllot and Miss Knthryn Stanley.
liwaults aro oxponslvo and tho Issue
���f this ono would be uncortaln you
would nilvlnn lt�� snltlnmont nut Of
eourt. Lay tho damages at $100,000
���nd ask her If sho would profor to pay
.without tho publicity of a trial."
'���Bob," I said, looking nt him cavnoat-
ly, ''for monumental gall you are the
nost specimen of my ncqunlntnuco."
"Do you tako tho case?"
"Not i'or a fco.   As your friend I'll
#o anything for yon In reason."
- 'Thon do as l hnvo told you."
1 would ml hor havo kept out of It
tut 1 know that Elliot wns likely to
hnvo legitimate business. I wroto tho
letter to Miss Slanloy as ho hnd suggest cu.
Tho first succens of his bluff, I confess, wns not only unoxpocted. hut as-
fonlHhlug. Tho lady had boen so free
Ullh hor pen to her different auttors
liml Hho had loHt track completely of
Just whero alio hnd coa'promta-d her-
gn\t. Sho replied that nho won ready
to pay a round sum for a return of any
let tors  sho   might  hnvo  written   Mr.
rivllliri,     lll.l,     MU.VL...     ...
i. -.   -��. t��, m  m?. m i"...
��� mi*nt fur *Yit
client and Informed him of tho resull
#f tho pfcllinlnnry nklruilHb     lie road
|f;,:i RImmUm*'** loll or nml mid:
���"Wrlto hi?r that if ubo \Y1I1 send 0
I wrote Bob, congratulating him nnd
Inclosed a bill for a box of Havana
clears In Hon of a fee for bringing
about his engagement Ho paid tho
hill and soon after gavo mo nn order
to search a title for hlm, which was
followed by other business.
After tho wedding and tho return
from tho honcymoou trip I dined with
Mr. and Mrs. iDlliot nnd told them
thnt Inasmuch ns t hnd brought thom
ton<*thor, I thmiRht I wns entitled to
tho Inner story.
"It's this way," said the husband.
"1 wns bucking agnlnHt half n dozen
other fellows, and I didn't proposo to
remain In and of the crowd. My
threat to suo was a bluff."
������And my offer to buy my loiters,"
tho wlfo added, "wna u counter bluff.
1 know perfectly well that Bob had
Moth I it-*; uul, u *o'-,v -Jictcn from me. bnt
let you think 1 couldn't rcuiombor Just
to whom I hnd written Idlers that
might be const rued an a promlRO of
marriage. Bc-ildcs, I prpfcrrcd thnt
rinh tslmulil think I would rather pay
n round sum than marry him."
"riavlng heard your two i-toi-ivM. ��
mi lil, raising my glass. "I drink to tho
health of tho two lilr**-i>��t; IiIiUToi-h who
erer tilted In tho uronu ot love."
Birds Shot With Water.
Shooting a humming bird with tho
small*, it bird shot mndo is ont of tbo
question, for the tinlesr, seeds of lead
would destroy his coat Tho only wny
ln which tbe bird can bo captured for
commercial purposes Is to shoot him
with a drop of water from a blowgun
or a flno Jet from a small syringe.
Skillfully directed, the water stuns
him. He falls Into a silken net and
before be recovers consciousness is
suspended over a cyaulde Jar. This
must bo dono quickly, for If ho comes
to his seusos beforo tho cynnldo whiff
snuffs out his life''ho Is sure to ruin
his plumage In bis struggles to escape.
Humming birds vary In slzo from specimens perhaps half as laruo uh a
sparrow to those scarcely bigger than
a bee.        	
Rifled Firearme.
fa tho South Kensington nuisoum
sro several wheel lock muskets with
rifled barrols mndo dining tho rclgu of
Oharlos I., If not eaiilor. Such barrols,
wero thon usually called "screwed."
Kachnry Grey fn a not-? on "Hiullhrnw."
part 1, canto 8, Uno 6'i'i, says thnt
Prlnco Rupert showed his skill as a
marksman by bitting twlco In succes*
slon tho vniio on St Mary's Stafford
at sixty yards wltb a "screwed" pistol.
���London���Notes and Quarks.
and almost every spirit Is a spirit in
tho dark prison of fear. But once we
grasp this truth clearly, once we convince ourselves that we can rid our
thought of emotionalism, of fear, the
day of our deliverance is at hand, And
the substitution of encouraging, healthy
thought of new channels among the
worn ruts, is a powerful aid.
Thero may be failures and back-
slidiiigs. as ls customary in all mortal
effort and human endeavor. But fear
Is weakened like a choking thing, and
more and more clear und . unimpeded
becomes our t|_-klng,'for we realize
at last oncet-for all, thnt where thinking cannot-help us fenr certniniy will
not. And then we havo worry by the
throat���Collier- Weekly.
They Court Death.
Steeplejacks aro proverbially reckless���or apparently so���In their actions
when engaged on their dangerous
work. A laborer who was attached to
ouo of these experts used commonly to
tako a midday nap wherever ho might
happen to bo situated. His mates
commonly found him on tho top of u
stceplo or
length upon
dangling over its sides, fast asleep. A
single lurch would hnvo meant n fall
of a couple of hundred feet, nnd therefore 'certain death, yet he trented this
possibility with tho utmost indifference,
���Chicago Record-Herald.
fourteenth century stalls, the high al
tar embellished with gold and silver
statuettes, the cloisters, tombs and
unique stained glues work. In 1S45'
restoration was necessary in many
parts of the building, the work being
successfully undertaken by Lassus,
Vlollet Ie Due and Boeswlllwald.
In 1871, also during the commune,
Notre Dame was menaced wltb grave
dangers owing to tbe fury of the
communists, who, having effected nn
entrance, collected all the available
chairs and other combustible material
and, piling them in a bonfire, drenched with oil ln the center of tho choir,
attempted *o destroy tbe cathedral
by fire. Tho evil designs of tho inv
cendlarles were, however, happily
frustrated by ihe uirivui of i,'ii%�� national guard.
Mister. Are 8ooond Class..?
Though ono cannot decide what la a
lady by rule of thumb, thoro aro certain  kindred  problems  that  can   be
solved in that way, and tbo railway
j company  knows how to solvo them.
Aro you, for instance, nn esquire or
chimney   stretched   full   ouly a plain mister?  Tho railway com-
a Binglo board, his anna    Pany can tell at once.    If yon1 hold a
second class season ticket auy letter
comes addressed to Mr. Blank, but IC
yon rlso to a first class you bcoome
at onco A. Blank, Esq. Thut Is whoro
tho railway has tho pull over tho mo*
torbus, on which there are no clnssej).-*
London Globe.
Hutton purchased the house, moure
and wheel, took them home and set the
tiny rodent to work.
A half-penny's worth of oatmeal was
suflicient for its food for 85 days���during which time it ran 802 miles. Be kept
two mice constantly engaged in the making cf .swing thread fo; mors than a
I year?
The thread mill was eo constructed
���that the mouse was able to twist, twine
and reel from 100 to 120 threads a day,.
Sundays not excepted. To perform this
task it had to run 10- miles a day,
which it did with perfect ene�� every othor
day.
On the half -penny _ worth of oatmeal,
which lasted for five weeks, ono of these
little mice made 8,850 threads SC inches
long, and as a penny was paid to women
for ovory hank made in the ordinary way,
the mouse at that rate earned 18 cents
every six weeks.
Allowing for hoard and for machinery,
tborip  was  a  clear  yearly  profit from
each mouse of $1.50.
������' It was Mr. Hutton _ intention to -apply, for tbo loan of tho Dunforwllne Cathedral, which    waa    empty, whoro he
planned to set up 16,0.0 mouse ntilio  .
and still leave room for the keepers and'"
teveral hundreds of spectators' but this
wonderful project was nevor carried out  ,
ho��auso of the Inventor's sudden death.
A Vwry Mad Oo_.
'A Httlo f-lrl camo running to toll
Miout n mad d'oft ubo had soon,, "Wo
saw a mad dog?" sho gu��pml. bnt tho
words aoonicd too tamo to do Justice
to tho situation. . "Oh, ho was mad,
mad!" sho added, frowning and pump,
fng hor flsrn. "Eo wns mlions!"���
Harper's Weekly.
Bad Reslttl***,.
Thi* Mni'yiii'mii Ih niuu it over xvlinu
ho begins to noiloo that tho kIoovoh of
hor kimono nro trailing In tho butter
dlHh.
And then f*he discovers tlmt he chows
toiiKt   as   though   In*   Iind   n   grudge
IIUUIUM   II.--J'Uinili.   1'ii'v   I  ll;.">.->.
Thoro nro iiliyx*---1*- tlmt love onnnot
r-ivu-s. Iriil It ''an bury It.ii'ir lu thorn.���
iV<.iU.ic.
Tho Onion In Cooking. |
Tho ui'cat-st of KrcQch cuoks, being |
oaked to giro the rccret of hi* success,
answered: "Tho very foundation of all
good cooking is butter and onion!    1  ,
uso thom Jn nil my hiuicos* and gravies.
They havo tho effect of making u customer como back  for move.    Rutlcr
without onion will thivo tho customer I
nwny after a fow daya.   Roll tho onion
till   it   molts   or  entirely   disappears;
flion ndd the butter nnd call thu mlx-
turo stock."���Exchange.
NervoW Her.
���'How Is youi' now inn Id?"
"1 ixuusfl sho Is all rlulil: alio hns ths
baby out at prcsont. But ubo has a
norvo."
"Mow was tlint?"
"She wanted to tnlco Flilo alone:, nnd
ntio In nlnmsr wholly iinlriioivn (o un."
��� Houston  I'OSt.
All In tht Gamo.
"Ffnrold. you imifllu't ent nil tlie pen-
nu ts.  even  If you nro preteiulliiR  to
Po 11   monkey,     iou   uiiihl nn��' ��>i.ui*'
��>V,!|>lr.
"Rut, mother, I'm  proU'udliu* slie'-i
���somo Icliul ��/ n ul nm I wot doesn't eut
li_uiiu{_"-Llf*)i.
One Worse.
Rinks, with a yawn, snld to a fisherman:
"Time ain't vory vnlunble to yow,
brother; that's plain. Hero I been
n-watchln* you threo hours, nnd you
nln't hnd a bite!"
"Well," drawled tho fisherman, "my
time's too valuable, anyhow, to waste
throe hours of It watch In' a fuller th'-
that ain't gcttin' u lillu."���Sun I'ran-
clsco Cull.        	
Habit* of tho Hired Man.
"Well, did them moving picture p*10*
plo got pictures of uvcrytulug on tho
funnV"
- "K very I bin nc but the ��<��>*h hhuned
hired man," tsulil Farmer Heck. "They
couldn't ketch hlni In motion."���Kansas 'City Journal.
Clieeri.-i<*.
Mi'ji. Knng*��--lf I were to die you'd
never pet Miinthei* wife iltcc ine. KtiiiRg
��� H'h very kind of you (o >sii,v that.���
Plot to Murder Kitchener.
Tho authorities at Scotland Yard art
on tho hunt for an Egyptian student who
was lately at Oxford, and who ia al!oge<l
to have been engineering a plot to actus*
slnate Lord Kitfekoner, according to a
story in tho Daily ExprosB. ThiB (student lo closely associated with Mohanmiod
JTnrld Boy, who nt the National Egyptian
Congress at Brussels ln 1010 denounced
Ex-president Roosevelt for stirring up
England for alleged nogloct of Egyptian
affairs.
At this same congress, which waa forbidden to moot ou French territory, lTarld
Bey declared that tho programme of tho
"-Young Efi-ynt'' party consisted ouly of
twoworon, ������Evacuation" nnd ' * nonet,-.-
tutlon." ���
New South African Railway,
The now railway which linko up tho .
town of Soaokul wllh Bethlehem, in
tho Orango Free State, has boon opened
for tral_c; and ia proving a groat boon
to tho inhabitants of this progrosnlvo
community. Tha lino passes through a
rich ugiiuulturul district which IkhioI*',
amongst other' induction, a large creamery, tho products, ol which huvo a high
reputation throughout, South Africa.
N-cktlo Ear Trumpet,
A nook tie which will help, deaf pooplo
to hoar has been produced py an ingenious inventor. "Thlti' is nothocauso tho
pattern ia a loud ono," nnyn "Men's
\Vrt-ir," "hut, Ih hdnriMNA of a mnall ol��a-
trlcal rocolvcr, hidden, Jn tho knot of
tho tlo, transmitting Bound to the so*
by moans of nn unobtrtislvo wiro,"
A Tlo Match,
Tlio <��ln*i��iii'��-i-i fif *tl��o finish of tlio r*>
cont   match    between    Yorltslilre   nnd
Mellioil Ih tlm hli'ire of Iiii-Iiics---. nml  I ^l""""""l'"��"��u *M,J'J',M*",U"1 UiJT *',^ v'*��
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MWMMMM SB.,  I  __a_  THS   CBESTON   BSVXEW-    CBESTON,    B.C.  The Riw&rside gSssrseHes  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  apple: trees  ������"*&ae&s&s  'SBSSSSS  OUARAUTEED  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  jA__ST������@i-_������E_3YERE������T������ YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRBCES  PATRONIZE  THE OLD  RELIABLE  Blanlrcmith' Sfinn  liAUi.^iiiiiiia    vi5t5p  X-ive nnd. l**t liv'1 r������v'iff-sa  -~"���������- * *���������* ��������� * ���������- -- * - e .-  HOkSE'SHOEING "���������.'���������  New shoes, per team.  Sett-tig   LADIES  SEASQNABIM  \A7  V  UU8VI   i  I   iH^_i-iiA **___���������___;ft*  W i ly^f VVS-G5 8  $5  oo  a..8o  A* E.  -r *������ r ���������������*-*���������**, w  w m  6  I For Catalogue and Price list, write ti  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  -*T<^-Tr3_**-tfr**y>3-*K^  DUCK CREEK NEWS  chubert Symphony  ���������        *  o_S- _ffa_   B-TTi   _r_w #_kwi  -uft ^"^  uruncbud  ^b ������_?  BOB  ercanui^  _ *  Carl Wig<*-n spent Sunday in Oreston  Mot IlH^fii was a Creston culler Mon-  ���������Ifiy m-  ^MU*' Wt-l.-h v.ix vi-ifr-r to Duck  i'l'-'t-k   M.<iiilii%v ber-*vi'---u t.i-itiiis.  Wi- would like to ivirrwl mi error np-  pining ia laft w-t'k** Review which  stilled that Mrs. Cl.uviue Te.igo was  awarded the int'/.v nt i.w >'knitted neckties nt. tlm 1,'uiK Cruek Social Club's  Hani   Tunes      r.-ill.    Tin*     prize   was  HWrtl'dt'lt tO Mr.    (li.li'liic PtllSO who, so  fur lis wo know     M*i-i v������-tuii>s  his fciuule  Mt-iist-diiii-is.  1' Aude&'ml was in O-Tstou Wednesday.  Mr. MoFesik spent Uv > iliiys in Duok  Cifi-k this \vv'������k, hit has bcvn iu^tuuijux  a hi u*.k. chimin v in tbo new school  tu>nse.  i't-tar AnuVstad is getting ou fast  wub tlio ������i.-hi ������>'.. lln will Vivobably jju.  i>-h it iu atvut a week   time.  The alteration in tho time of tho  u-oruiug passt ii^tr tri.iu is eausiug a  good deal of incm vuiiieij.ee tu residents  uf this district.  J J. Grady 1 as boen working on bis  ranch here for several dais now und has  it all fenced ia proptrly. Duck Creek  roseuibltts an old Eii-ilish iu;.ze uow,  there are t?o many i'eucis dotted all over  the landscape that it is a difficult matter to wulk H a mile iu any directiou  without gettiug tanf-Jed up.  There are a number of horses aud  colts running around the district which  are doing a lot of damage to fences aud  crops. It would be to everyones advantage if the owners would lojk after their  stock new and again.  ms.  earless and Hygeian Vests of Soft White Wool   50c to $1.75  each  MENS   UNDERWEAR  _��������� ti\j  %mmm/\  eeptto  \/  '%#   _"_!  IJ  All  Wool.     We can supply you at $1,25   to   $3.75   per  garment  General  MPDr.HANT  J..J *.n^i m-m^mr mm mm. l^  B.  Rmmamcmmi irm i mBmamsmeam  a   ni -iinrn  H  DLHHUCn  UN  E  Sat Nov, 1st  9'  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������*������������������������������������  X FRUIT TREES!  t AND ORNAMENTALS t  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON,  B. C.  ���������  *  AH our trees are Home Grown aud guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots,  AU Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Agent.  J. Biirico, Box 2d, Creston, B.C.  Winnipeg Manitoba Free Press, Oct 11  1912, Tbe soprano voice of Leeta Corder  of tbe Sehubert Symphony Olub, won  admire-s tha moment she hogan the  beautiful aria from Rigoletro. Call upon call followed the rendu ion aud she  graciously responded with the Last Rose  of Summer.  s_^_  Now is tho timo to organize an agricultural society for the Oreston Valley.  iv. B. Bevan soid another Stickuey  engine this week to n man who is going to use it to f iciliiiite the cutting of  hay.  Rev. Hee-io who has had charge of  tho Presliyterian church at. Kaslo for  soma time, left Tuesday for Edmonton  Alberta, where he will have charge of  achim-h, in a district iu which ho  served a number of vcars ago.  \  ,**.  Wail  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  CalHomining, Painting, Pjiper-hangiiig   (Jarringo uud Hht      painting  Lot m������* give you julvice und eHtiinatcH on youi- work.      All   work guar.  an teed to -givo Hat Inf action,  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in tlie Old Poole Store  Vv-iJ Wifc.*. iAVk *������**jlm*m'*'  k**������" ������-.������-������ ��������� ������t������C<  t������. ������   *c> I IITV1M I tt*  ���������II. Ill ���������  ��������� ������ ��������� i Ill liiiM>BMMM,M>Mi,iriM[|,[l|1|-||M>,>WM,,,wwt>>MI>i  The other evening while waiting for  tho oonooit fco begin Mr Purooll of tho  Sjhnbert Symphony club was talking  to tho manager of tho theater nnd Raid :  ��������� Tonight, I am going to nun a violin  that is ovor 200 yours old." Mr. Pnreell  wnn muoh nuiuaod ut bin reply, no ho  was verv Horlous nnd worriod ubout it  ������������������Well--, do tho bent you oan swith it,  and maybo thoy won.fc know tho dii'f-  orouoo."���������Reprinted from Violinist, Mu*  ga/.lno, Midsummor uunibor, 1913.  Mv nnd Mv������. TTenvy llnmillnn lcl'*  Thurmlay, Oetuher !1|) for a wcoIi'n  visit with relalivofl und friends in  Medicine Hat, Alberta.  When it comes to discussing ni'u-.il  eoudUions in llritish " (Jolumhia tho  K.-tsioin people are inclined to he unjust and to credit this province with  being inferior to the rest of the Dominion* On almost every occasion  within the past few years that, moral  conventions have l-.eeti lielil in tlie  big cities of Ontario and Quebec, the  good peoj>U> attending them have listened to aspersions upon the character  of the province which have made them  hold ii}) their hands in horror.  Accordingly when we read in a dis  patch from Toronto, published in our  local papers on Thursday last, that  at a meeting of a temperance and  moral reform hoard of the Methodist  church *'steps were recommended ro  be taken iu cotmeetio'i with British  Columbia., which is regarded as a scandal to Canada," it is impossible for  us to feel surprised. It is not astonishing, however, that we should  iudulge a sentiment of ii���������ligna'ion.  We thiukthe adherents ofthe churches  not ot one denomination, but of all  denominations, who live in this province wil! agt*. e with us tbat conditions  here are not by any means so.terrible  as they are represented. It is true  that as a communi y we are not free |  from blemish. ' But ]t is altogether  doubtful if we are any more tainted  than the Eastern communities are.  In Vancouver, in Victoria, in Prince  Rupert, in Nelson, and in the other  growing cities , of British Columbia  there has, of late, heen a vigorous  effort to stamq out social vice, which  is what is referred to iu the dispatch,  the existence of which here has given  such offonso to tho people of the East  But the effort in this direction was  not mado because tho evil is move  prevalent here than elsewhere, but  because we do not want it to exist at  all. And it cannot he said that any  community is very depraved when a  very general endeavor on the part of  its citi/.ons is directed towui-ds constant  purification, Tt is tine that in Vancouver and Nelson nnd Fort Goorgo  the pooplo who strove lo cleanse the  cities   lound  Billiards and Pool  Room  W_i_iF|-  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any ..Hour  Razors Ground and Set  Cigars and Cigarettes  SAM HATFI ELD, Prop. I  should c li-ect the impression under  which they have labored for years  now that this province is seething  with infamy. Ir. is not. The people  hero are as iu elligent and tonscien-  Liotis into honest aud pure ns their  fellow-c-itt/.ens in Eastern Canada, and  if the.- refuse to he designated as a  Si.-amlal to the. country they cannot  very  well i>e hi moil.���������Sun  C. O. S., SI���������NAhTES CRAJMBROOS  CO-OFtiRATIVli] STORES?  FOR. SALE  My Fruit Kanch -.containing.-*? acres,  3 acres, under cultivation, 125 fruit  trees 80, conies iu hearing nexc season,  fine location foi- stock and hog raising.  It is in Block 124 /Tootenay Fiats.  For particulars,  applv  /?.  .Stewart.   ���������^_���������:���������  This afternoon - there is an air of mystery about the actions of the small boy  uud there is trepidation on tha side of  ihe mau whose innate honesty allows  him to leave personal property loose  ubout his  premises.  APPLE TREE CANKER,    v  Recommendations For Preventing and  Curing Serious Orchard Evii.  Of all bark diseases of fruit trees ,-,  none is worse than apple blister can- 'i1  -fcer. . ^7-Y;- "':��������� '-til  Experiments conducted in orchardsyM  for tbe purpose of discovering means  jjh. treating the disease led to tbo con-  gjpHion that where wounds are made  ���������^ apple trees accide-iaiiy or by tbe  JBfutoval of branches or lira bs some  fcrm of covcrihg should bs applied as  Boon after as possible to prevent the?  entrance of the fungus Bpprea.  Tests were made In? covering tree  wounds with white lead paint, asphal-  tum aud paraffin.   Treatment attempfr-  Mv A. E. Venton who has heen in  Manitoba for the past three months  spent the week end with Mrs Forward and Mrs. Walmsley on his way  back to his home in Los Angeles, Cal.  The debate held Wednesday evening  in the Presbyterian church was well  attended and was a great success from  every standpoint. The question, **Re-  solveu that the Platform exercises  greater inlluenco than tho Press" was  decided in the negative. Messrs. McDonald, Campbell Dow and Miss Gil-  thomsolves confronted ' pin spoke in the allh'inntivo nnd tho  with difficultiss; hut- those difficulties j negative was repivH.intod hy Messrs.  Were the creation of the provincial Dogerly, Allen and Miss Dow, Tho  authorities who  were condemned by   society decided to hold luiother debute  .11 ni Cook Ih supplying the ('ovorii-  iiK-iil with another eniiHlirumi'iit, of  Ci-eslon Vnlloy npples for show pm>.  poses (his week.  y  WMMMMMM**  "{h Mlkongftod  workor?"  "Oli, y**H*,   fair."  , ������r>f.m..t..-->'���������  ...    ,,....   ��������� .  1J......1..V n������   fli/. liim.lr ������J(i,ll..  hour."���������Publio Lougoi'.  public opinion because they not only  refused   to   assist     in   this cleansing  pvocess, hut throw obstacles iu the  way of its accomplishment.  Wo venture to say that in Vancouver and Victoria and other cities  iu British Columbia thoro is in proportion to the population as wholo-  soino and as vigorous a moral hcii-  tlment as prevails in Toronto or Montreal or in any of the cities of thoBe  nl<lor provinces. We are ijulle assured  of that aud beeuu.se we are at-aiuvd  ol it wo are pi-iiec.lly liglit in i-rhontiiig  Hie iniputitlion that this province in  voHpooh cf Its moral life is a ncnnpnl  to Canada.  Wo do not caste the hi,une for this  Hlaniler, of which wo aro the object,  upon the anxiouw church people of tho  KiihI,. hut. rather upon cerium io.  ilivuilulri who appeal to tho self-i-ighl.  eoiiHiioHH anil vitniiy of tlii'HO older  eoiiiuumitH'H with an idea to their  own advaiit.itge, by lilx-llhiir roiii-  iiiiinilleH  at  a  (IIhIiiiu-o.     II,   is  ahou  threo weeks front thn last one, tho iu*.  i-angemeittH of which are in the hands  of trhe oxi'oul.tve.  At one of the Unsators ���������whore tlio  Schubert Concei't company playeil  reeentl.v Mr. Purei-H, the violinist, waw  talking to the stage manager anil casually iiiipiired "how about tho ac-  eoustio piopeiiii'M of thiw theatei?"  The str'tgo iiin.nii.gor hesltatetl pu///ietl  for it minute ami replietl, "Cosh I I  ilun'l. I.t'liovn we've got any. Yo hoi*  the hist troupe wo luul hero was a  miii-ili'ol whow and l.bein darn fellero  jest intcltellv swipo'l all tho props  they eou'il lay thelv hnmlH on anil I  leckoii they got away wit them "cows'.ck   properties    tow."  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  ~%. .���������������....,-..������.'..-.    ............    ......    X^..������.    ������t������������,������A������k_  - jJVyLUttictpu- t>y  uiiDbuui'i  btaio  iimi, ������.^������"  Iment station.  APPLE rREB CANKER (B_!BTBIt OANKBU).  ed after the aap bad begun to flow  was attended wltb dIUlculty. Where  tbo.canUered limb was cut off or tbe  diseased burk was removed aiid the  wound treated somo uf the wounds  Qhowed that (ho fungus continued tu  grow In spite of tbe covering.  Recommendations for prevention are  tbat whon it brunch or limb ls severed  tbo cut should bo as smooth and as  closo as pounlblo, tbat as far ao possible treo trimming should be done  when tbo snp is uot flowing nnd that  nil wounds should bo covered with  somo kind of dressing. Of the treo  coverhif* materials ineutloned lt^ wns  ImpoBHlblu to dotormlne which was tho  best.  Othor protective moasuros consist Id  spraying of branches, limbs nnd trunlcs  of applo trees nud removal nnd do-  Htnictlon by Uro ot all brush. All donrt  tieen should ho grubbed out by tbo  roots und burned.���������Country Gentleman.  Romoval of 8ho<* Dolls.  To roinovo n shoo boll, if you cannot  employ n grndiinto votorlnnrlnn, says  tho Farm .lourunl, proceed ns follows; Put a twitch on (ho horWu iiobo  find have one* fore'foot held up hy an  n tlo nd lint Mnlto a slnglo loop knot or  nooso on a length of piano wiro. Put  tho loop ovor tho Bhoo boll and pull  tight so ns to make the tumor hnvo ns  narrow n neck as posalblc. Now cut  off tho shoo boll by menus of u red hot  hutched shaped Iron or cut it off with a  uhui'p sculpol nud ut once stop tho  blooding by cnntcH'/ntlon with a ���������hor-  Uiv _a������itt;tjr ui  J-ni i Kit iron,    'XIIIH tote vos  ft \nrno. flat wound, but It Is surprising  how quickly it iieiiln aud whnt, n small  blomlsh (scar) It leaves If simply wotted a number of times' a dny with u  ���������nriltPI'nill^iniWf       rH'nifWf^il'r    lotion enmnonM of onr. nimfft of ������u-nr  I   Hh \ I Ulil      If HI II4 Uf I of l0U������J nnd ���������������* ^������������������n'*"' of sulphnto of  ,.   , ,,    .,    , , ,.   I R HID jII I RBI _      Bfti i i iS_ B������ ��������� -"���������"- S"������ttcn up in a pint of vvr.l_..  time, uowover, that the ICnsti-ni public I UJlllUtJ A ������JT11      _������SJ I aaJ f 1 I  I  mm  MM

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