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Creston Review Nov 14, 1913

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" "''*V-"V.>  <fc^?  ���������f.^  r ������������������.  XIII  _-/  .A? \-?Ai___/  K\,.y.i.N  Vs.  ^  li-'  ?."  I?:.'-'-'  %m $m v 1 h v v  SENT1TO ANY  ADDRESS  SOR  _M0. 45*  ������5t_.   YEAR.  f!l?TtftTriW    U   /*        TfDTTlAV      \rn*-"*:..       ___.  ��������� -���������--_r������- m..;-_-.������.-,.;.   _���������.   . ,w  J ���������   _-������.*-:*_ J  ��������� J.1W.      X 4 Ay *** 3  /:.  {SINGLE -UOPIES 5c.  Hi  \r������m ������-r m -���������������,������, W    ^*   _t ^ __��������� ������^ _ _  fi. ������, w *>>      a, <W*      VU*f������t)'iU_'r     &ir[  7*7^  ||^ i4  REVIVAL IN MINING  The San in a recent editorial draws  I'attention to the progress everywhere  [apparent in the mining industry, and  [soys;���������"Evidences are increasing that  [that there is to be a renewal of aotivity  frn mining in this Province. The partial  Sgrtemorali-atum of the industry" whioh  occurred a decade ago, largely as the  result of dishonest promotions; and  feverish wild-cattings, has. been remidied  n the older and more settled camps,  least, by steady development and  nd production during the past few  ears, and, of late, much prospectsng  rhioh fof a time had been almost en-  irely abandoned has been done in  caany new fields in the Province. .  The absence of railway focilties has_  oue much to retard a number of fields  vhich might be rich producers, such  [els, for example, as the **Hmilkameen;  nd the lack of roads and trails has  i . -   . - - ���������  '���������"������������������unperei?. the exploration of new dis-  AGRICULTURAL AID  S AID  3������������_.������f.      _*  dvcEtare is oaco nioie taking hold of  dventure is once more taking hold of  e pablio and not only in the older  ttled eajppa but in the newer districts  o shall speedily see much activity.'  * "The Rossiand camp and the camps  Grand Forks and Greenwood, as well  rS some in the Slocan districfc, are on  [N better tooting now than they" have  *een in tne past even. Too much credit  annot be given to the energy displayed  >y the company at Grand Forks. The  ork they have done has.been:a sup-  inoe.   aad since the company now in  ontrol of the great mines at Rossiand  [.ave taon over those properties there  been a continuous aad successful  evelopment which was utterly lacking  vea in the best days of that celebrated  amp.   The enterprise displayed by the  bmpany  at   Rossiand  in discovering  ch ore aud opening up great reserves  \ the mines has, in fact, given renewed  rrarago to those engaged in the industry  11 over British Columbia. It has shown  j-ie world at large that the old system  n whioh these mines were conducted.  a nyfltom throngh whioh much money  as reokleEisly   thrown away���������was as  |nfair to those properties as it was to  .e people who had been induced to  face thoir monoy in tbo hands of the  [irner companies . whibh did not know  jw to mine properly."   ^  "On the Coast,   too,  we have now  alto a number   of properties   of the  oatest   promise. and some of thom  ving most satisfactory, results.   With  revival of .tho mining spirit, and os-  ���������*oially if precautions aro takon to pro-  Vint dishonest promotion, we may con-  dently look for an activity in this in-  astrv in British Ooluiiihia su tho noxt  vo or threo yoars that will bo of tbo  Ighofit advantage to tho pooplo and to  lho Provluoo."  The Family Herald and Weekly Star  of October 8th. Speaking on these two  big subject editorially, has the following  to say which is so concise and comprehensive that we have pleasure in presenting it to our readers:  Abe tee faembes as wide awake as  the kanufactubebs?  It will be recalled that the Borden  put through a measure last session set  aBide tea million dollars to be spent  during tho next ten years ''for the purpose of aiding and advancing the farming industry." This was by way of  redemption of Mr. Borden's pledge to  to the people of Canada, given just  before the elections of 1911, that, if he  were placed in charge of the Government of the country, he would ���������''provide  for the grating of liberal assistance to  the provinces for the purpose of supplementing and extending the work of  agricnliural education and for the im-  *rt-*-r\Tr_>_y-___i_!    r\f   amiiA*nlf������t������iA  *���������**  His Government did not move in the  matter, however, until it had studied  the situation and come to a rips .and  well-considred conclusion as to ijhe best  manner in which this pledge could be  redeemed. Ten millions U a lot of  money to take from, the pockets of the  people to spend on anything;,and the  Government rightfully thought it wise  to be vesy sure they using it to best  advantage. So, the year before, Dr ,C  O. James, au experienced authority on  agriculture, was. appointed _ to go over  was so amended by the Senate that the  Government felt unable to go on with  it. This Bill intended to put at the  disposal of the Provinces a large sum  for the improvement of their public  roads. The sums which would have  beeu paid fco each Province this year,  if the bill had carried, were as follows���������.  Novia Scotia.... ..??  New Brimswic ?   Prince Edward Island.?.  .���������Quebec.......; ....  ...  Ontario... .....   .....  Manitoba.........'   Saskatchewan   Alberta......   British Columbia,........  It will be seen that the provision was  to have been very generous But the  Seuafcr bld?ked the way The Senate,  by the  way,  does   not boast a single  *i������7l   AAI  .   ^X , . ,*3CX������  .$122,644  32.664  .  697,414  iinEOinw  Manitoba.*cee Jb*ress, H"ov. 10th.  i?7'-Ih-jthe M'Donald election case this  morpps counsel for the defendant, Ales  Monisp-q, by a plea of guiHy prevented  the ^prod action of evidence in support  of the   petition   filed   last November  878,6681 against Morrison's return.  158,656  171,-32  .'lSOi'472  136,675  ..'.Am 4 4, g  farmer atuoii^ ita uieuibers;  Kort.to theindnatrv tbroucbt the"Pro-tthe field"," consult the "various farming  Thu Annual Mooting of tho CroHton  Ijtbcr.il AsHouiation will lio held In  IpntM'H Hull, Novombor. 15. KlocLlon  jfollliror^ for the coming year and  itbor mattors of Importance, will bo  [oalt with.  Ari'iviiKoiiiontrt are. being iiiaik* to hold  baby show   in connection with the  llhriHt   Ohnroh   ba/.imr  on  Thursday,  |)(*c, 4th    Full imrtioulura will ho glvon  Li next waok'H Rovlow.  Rubber ��������� hIioi-h and  yum  boots at A.  IttmboM.  FOR SALE  experts, in all the provinces with whom  be was well acquainted throngh a lifetime devoted to agricultural matters,  and renorfc on the best way of turning  this fertilizing stream of dollars on the  land of Canada.  The decision was to-assist agricultural  education. The basic idea is that, if the  farmers can be helped to get more out  of their land by enallieg them to apply  che methods of scientific agriculture,  they will be given���������not a dole or temporary charity���������but an instrument  whish will bring them in a steadily  increasing revenue. This will have two  incidental effects���������-Hon. Mr. Burrell  thinks-���������whioh will be of gteat value  to Canada as .a nation. Firefc it will  tend to turn the tide of migration back  to the land and so help oure the cancel  of swollen; urban populations; aud,  secondly, it will tend tb rcduco tho cost  of living-���������-one of the most pressing problems of the times. In other countries  soioutiuo agrioulturo has enormously  increased the output of the -fields.  Belgium, for example, produces on its  farms fifty million dollars moro in value  than it did twenty-live years ago.  . Iu Franco, oduoatisn has augmout-d  tho agrloultuial yield by llvo hundred  iiiiiltouH a yoar. Aud so it goes. Brutus  inivko tho host possiblo agricultural implement.  Thin ton millions is to run ovor ton  yoara; but it is not to bo Hpoul* at tho  duitd-loval rate of ������ million a year.  Nothing no unintelligent an thnt in  Ijropojod. It will ho graduated to tho  growing neoilH of tho situation aud will  bo cllyiiled on fair terms between tho  provinces. Mr. Barrel), iu his spoooh  introducing tho measure' gavo uh fcho  following lobular htuU-mimt of its division'and profjioHHivo paymouit'":-  P. B.I. $ 'ii WO.85 ������ l,nO(J .$ 01,758 73  N. B.' ������ 41,500 98 4,002 64,117 87  40,001  imd it never will���������so longns the present  system of appointment is kept up.  It has in tha past been made a shelter  for played-out politicians and a point  of political vantage for the financial  and commercial '���������kiiigs"of the country  The sarmer and the workingman need  not apply. Naturally the attitude of  such a Chamber is none too friendly  to Bills _which propose to take money  out of the Treasury and spend it on  improvements whieh will chiefly benefit  the farmer.  The worth of good roads to the farmers  of Canada need not be dwelt upon.  It ss axiomatic. A good road shortens  the diatanee between the farm and the  market ���������between the farm house and  the store. It has precisely the same  eftect as if the farm had moved nearer  to? the town. I������ejKs?'-iti'm'^;''ia->'vriis_3Ji''iu  covering the distance���������the journey looks  less formidable���������there is less wear and  'tear on: the vehicles and horses. Now,  if th. average farm-were moved nearer  to the county town, its value wouid go  up; and this will be precisely the effect  of improving the highway communication between the. But this gain in  monea value and in ease of life was  denied the Canadian farmers in every  Province of Canada because the Senate  stood in the. way.  Naturally if a Government finds that  taking an entilligent and practioal interest in agriculture���������fco an extent never  approaohed by any other Government  ���������docs not lead to puliliuai results, it  may infer that the farmers are not nf-  fei-ted by policies which make tni>n  richer. In this, thoy will bo very clf-  ferenfc from the manufacturers. T! o  G-overnnenfc has much yet to do for the  farmers to be able to olaiin that their  needs have been fully considered, but it  is well perhaps not to forget that tho  partr/an Senate has done much to dis  courage legidrtoon favorablo to ogri-  oaltur������.  V  That petition charged the party organization supporting Morrison with:  ? Bribery.  Personation.  The illegal jailing of innocent parties  The intimidation of electors by a pro-  sfiiutioa of police powers.  Treating; and the improper and il-  lf.f.,.1    ..^f.   ma   IJ .-_   -  4pg<4i   una  usl   jjijui,IjV  The petition further charged the  Manitoba government with being parties  to ? the corruption and intimidation  practi&ed in M'Donald.        .  To fprstall the bringing put in court  of evidence supporting these charges,  Alex. .Morrison, through hUlegal agents  admits that there was corruption on a  eufficie'tr- scale to affect the result of the  election^ Y  "���������?;��������� As������_t-. Morrison's majority. was 784,  his ieYa��������� admission of widespread corruption in the constituency.  The action of Mr. Morrison is a confession of guilty to the charges set Out  in the Selection petition,  .���������:������������������.  ;:Ox:������  -m    ���������> '0_^_'*_' __��������� _" SS- !m==ra  A large aiid enthusiastic meeting assembled in the Au-  ditoiium VVednesday in answer to the call of the officers of  the Fall Fair.    The representation of ladies was quite large.  W. V. Jackson occupied ihe chair and in opening spoke  for a few minutes in congratulation and advanced a plea  for  continued cooperation, for harmony.    He said  there  is not  anything that we of this Valley may not do if we but  stick  together.  Secretary Heath had all the prizes in readiness and the  business of their distribution was carried through with the  minimum of effort, the audience applauding each recipient as  he or she v/ent forward to receive the coveted prize.  The beautiful cup donated by S. A. Speers was won by  J. Cook who had the best five boxes of apples in the show  and it is safe to sav that* tbt=*r������������ wac tint o r������v.-  couple than Mr. and Mrs. James Cook.  Those who failed to attend will receive their premiums  by calling on Secretary Heath.  The question of an Agricultural Association came next.  Resolved, that W. V. Jackson continue to occupy the chair  and that j. Heath be Secretary.  Secretary read some sections of the Agricultural Association Act. Consideaable discussion followed and although  the sentiment of the meeting was in favor of organization,  there appeared to be opposition from a certain quarter, although largely on the ground that someone might have to  dig ������p a few cents. The comprehensive aature of the Act  seemed to be additional reason for the much-tqbted legal authority to stumble.  The meeting appointed the following committee to go  a. public: meeting to be caiied for^ that purpose.      The  coin-  *Jl  xiet jjpiCl  DUCK CREEK NEWS  .Timmie Thompson and Matt Hagon  wore Creston callers on Thursday.  By the time this copy of The Review  goen to press the children will probably  bave moved into the new school, the  contractors finished up on Monday  night.  Four room house to rent,  S. A. Speers*.  Aunly to  Boar   for serviao ��������� Government-bred  Yorkshire White Pedigroe Boar registered Onk Lodgo Duko of Agasfli-K 36278  Fco If2.00.   Young pigs for Halo.   Mann  ���������feFiiot, Alice Trail.  The*regular monthly meeting of tho  Creston.Farmors Institute' takes place  on Friday November 21 in tlio Auditor-  iuin ul. Hp in . Several maUoi-H of im-  portanco will como beforo tl.e meeting  including that of IIchoIiiUoiib for iiie  UonUal t-Diiventiuii appointing tlule-  gato etc. IjcI, all iiumiiIu'I'.s mako a  point of being pi-oHent,  Thoro will be Matins and Holy Communion in the church of Kugland at II  a.m. Sunday. Evensong at Erickson  at 8p.m. and Evensong in Creston at 7  p.in , Itov. B. P. Flowelling officiating.  Two more cars of apples shipped  Wodnseday, this makes a round score  of ours from the Croston Valley this  Noason, and of course ineludos thoso  shipped through Erickson.  W.D.   Tuohey,  town Tiie-day.  of Nirdas,   was   in  itiy l'liiit< awiiiu;i������ loniiuiiiiih w iKH|  unii'H uuiii-i- fuiirivuuoii, *2j unit  eaSO. coini'M In boiu-liig nrrt. muuinn,  ic location for nto-rlc mul lioj; vaiHing.  Ih   in   Block   124 /footenay Flats.  ,   ���������^-lU,.ln���������r.      nnrvlw    P      Ct-orurnnvl  ,$X    ^>Vm*x\.\x.m.mmf     m.)/tifl0     -'*     "������������������->������������������������������������������  Alta.  Ii. G.  Mau.  "ii. s.  SftBk.  5,210  *���������    </���������*���������*"������  U|-tfil*f  0,������16  <J,bl)8  8,850  00,070.91  ftfK     <\t\i~\    m*+m  \jJl*Umm,t\ft  77,114.00  81,733.32  ,** #*������������** ������   *tf*  ���������4 4 n>w*, |U  5l.7U0.05  oJ,_b������ -ii>  D 1,300. _9  ������������������������- -   ��������������������������������� ���������>     *������ *   i * ������       ...-..��������� -i*.���������  Thin Is only one of tho mousnros whioh  tho Borl-. u Governuient, pr<ipoMid for  the bouclit of tho farmers. Anothor  ifjttn It h fftimrw* Highway* BUI whloh  r*  CI    a     "OV ������ TfT*"** PP ������ *-rn**/\rirr  ^f.  ^f.   mf.,   ^. .\, ml mxx'xxm^l   Uii.U)4'4*wU..  OO-OPVRATIVfi -TOUUS.  \J*XW.  Pigs  for   Sale���������  8  wooUh  old.  |-r*-l������l">  Lo j.'. iv. _uiiiii, uioatuu.    't'l-k'i  Wo rogrot to say that onr friend A.  Md-i Flefcchor has about wound up his  ollli.ial licii'.ioix with un. Duiiug Llie  uiontha that lnivn pussod he certainly  him proven himself an able official as  well iih .u staunch and kind friond to the  ranchor and grower of our district.  Exceedingly courteous al nil tinu'H and  yel ili-m In tho discharge of his duly  lie won Lho lioui'ttt of ail uud it is with  Hincere regret that we bitl bim good  bye for tbo wlntor months, wo hopo  ami expect ho will return to ourrtis-  trict again noxt year.  (llilef ConHl.able Blank carrieil on the  inspection of tbo holeln in the district  IMo Wfek,  f'Mni-nln'i-   to N'-K-'.n Thnrn-  <lny.  The Soeinl Cldb danoo on Saturday  ni[;ht was so poorly attended that It  wm decided to hold uo more before  ChriBtmni, We were glad to seo tho  Alice Siding bunch turn out in force.  There will hs a busiuess ��������� meeting of  the Sooial Club in the Club House on  Saturday November iBth at 8 p.m. to  decide whotb-r the Olub will give a  ChristmnH treo and dance. If a favorable decision is arrivod at a oollootion  will bo made. All mam bora and others  intcrcotod aro asked to attond.  T. Butterfield took a business trld to  Nelson Tuesday, roturning Friday.  Admitting that be took a heifer be- mittee is as follows: R. M. Reed,  Capt. Fitzgerald    W   'Ky':  longing WEdwa^Luptun and sold it BrowI1} j. M. Do^ w Vt jackson> F> Callender,  and C O*  to the P. Burns butcher score at Cres-   ^    ..       . v._>_.i>������,   ������,uu   y_. ^  ton, but declaring that he did not i^������^Sers-  know that it was not his own, on account of the brand having become  overgrown with hair, Goat River Da-  vid, an Indian, was sentenced to two  months in jail by Jndge Forin yesterday The Indiau asked for a speedy  trail and pleaded guilty. He told bis  story through J. A "Goodman, an educated Indian and son of tho tribal chisf  who rules over the Indians in Kootenay  flats.  ERICKSON NEWS  ,,t *,  0.x.   f\ v. m   m,.  .���������  f.,-.,U.  PIQS FOR SALM.  All   wl/.eu,   all   pi-foen.���������  Oanyon City Lumber Ox  Apply  UiC,  to  jiujr  wu    litn^lit.      *J   U. O.  - Th.i C. C. G. ol CiiUibi'ook Iri eolllug  Iron BodM with mattro-m and spring for  $11.  A vory ocjoyablo party took placo at  Mr. Hoy Telford's placo last Friday  night in honor nf his brother and bin  friend from the East, wbo haw been  vi'dting there for a few woolen cnt-d������  uiul ii.uK'iiij.' nun- iiiiiitlK-d in until the  wee Hinall 'ouv.s then they went away  Hinging we wont go home until morning.  The KliugHmilh kIiIh are viHiting  friends at lOHco for a week or two.  Tho tlo harkH soein to bo hovering  around !5iic!:son :v lot r.o-.v tlir.rt* i:-.  likely to bo something doing around  here mxiii uh Mr. "Winlaw in Blurting  tmvet-al frangH at tr|i<H and poleH In fact  tlio nifCK nvft   nt ivm-lr now   tiinHiic tbi������  .-.r..v������-V.������  Iti*  T. Illokay und Dud ilroiigh are reported to bave a large contract jumi,  below ICricksou which will employ a  largo gang all winter.   Dad and Tom  will make things go some,  R. J Long the chief fire warden made  a business trip to Cranbrook this week.  All the ranchers in this district aro  taking advantage of the fine weather  and working tho land getting ready  for next year there will bo something  doing around here next year. Eight  cars Gj. irviiLi ������*Qvi Vogotaoluu vveul nut  of this station this year beside thousands of crates by express. Erickson is  just waking up and it will make the  rest of the District open its eyes.  The Schermorhorn camp is running  full swiug roling down tho trees.  A Palmer is ruuuing tho pack horses  now from lower camp to upper camp  at his old-"trade Alf knows ������ good  thing when ho sees it. It makes Al-  bort smile to soo things booming  around Eriokson.  SIRDAR NOTES  Mrs. W. D. Tuohey ontartaiuod a fow  fnonds at a sowing party Tuesday afternoon.  Mrs. Loasby and Miss Nellson visited  Orentou on biiainesa Wednesday.  Miss MoVioar, tho enterprising sohool  toauhor ot Sirdar, in training the ohll-  Urcii for ������ playlet to ho glveu iu oovk*-  junction with a Xmas troo ou Xmasovo.  Mr. J. Qaaifo is visiting Sirdar with  tho object of doing as������e������flmowt work on  his niiuurul olatm.  Mr. and Mrs. Kollog loft horo for  Vanoouvor on Satarday l������������t whoro thoy  will make thoir future homo.  Mi. ju'MvMiifci"- itarj arrivwu bouiw after  an extoudod vlilt to Nolsou,  K      Hem***    *���������' mm * -u m< iH ���������*��������� # m*. 1     ,n -., .. t ... %    ,  ���������   *  a  % a-  0 *    *,** ������. *n,  M^'MMMU     VU  tt uuuwr  day night. TboJJhouno wm vory Unnta  fully decorated with over'^'eii* nnd  every ot*o pro"*ont hml u roxp good tlmt  until tha *wa������ ii~m.' ^ur*.  ttttem  ���������MM ��j***��iw'**iww*y*!iy4|l-ijw^
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��� ���J   '..ot  need  to  make  the  elim-
o��   my   story.    They   lay   before
.Ac 11 o'clock Hunter called up. ile
said he was goimr r.i'tcrr the affa:.* himself, but that it was liard -. stick a
dip :*;-: in*.o the political puddle without pulling out a lot more than you
went after or than it was healthy to
get. He A-anted to know if I had
oon;<i across any more K.V's.    "Where-
waa something almost unnaturally gay
about the little old lady all that evening.
Miss Letita received me as usual,
in the back parlor. Miss Fleming
was there also, sewing by a -window,
in her straigl. white dress, with her
hair drawn back and braided around
her haad she looked even younger
than before. Ther* was no time for
conversation, Miss Letitla launched
a*, once into the extravagance of both
molasses and butter on the colored
orphans' bread.
You have bad no news at. all? Miss
Fleming-said cautiously, Iter head bent
over her work.
None, I returned imder cover of
the table linen to which Miss Lctitia's
mind had veered. I hav- a good man
working on it. As she glanced at
me aue.:tioningly. It needed a detective, Miss Fleming. With every
movement of the girl 1 could see the
gleaming of a diamond on her engagement linger.
IE I didn't watch, her,  Jane   would
ruin   them,   said   Miss   Letitia.      She
gives tt*--Bt apples when    they    keep
upon i put away tht.notes I had made! thelr   faces   clean,   aud  the   bills  for
tt fco tit  D-r-lIa and  Ma nie Brennan. ! soap have gone up double.     Soap once
  }a   day's   enough   for  a   cole red   child.
ro you smell anything burning, Knox?
I sniffed and lied,  wheronpou   Miss
Letitia swt-yc her black  silk, her colored  orph.-y._s r.nd her  majestic  pres-
1 enee out ot* the room.      As the door
.-.I-.-.-./! \".J.-..      Dl��.-i^���      -..,��      .'....,..,      l,ai.
*_1.\.' CV  "-. * 4.-.J.30 i.-*\.ljrJ^J, y     ... ..UII    t. .'^-^
I _o not dare to tell ".hem. Mr. Kiu.\,
she  s.iid.    They  &r-   old,    and.    they
v, i
r>m tae city
CHAP ~t-t    ITI
Mificty-eicjht Pearls
nt co Beilwood that evening. I
suburban   town  a dozen  milt
Street cars had so far i
> spoil its tre.;* bordered streets
was  exclusive  to the point  of
But Lady Marjorte Fieldlnj* Is Proud
���- of'-B-.C. ^aoeht',.yyy.y.titi-tititi��� '���''������
j-aothor ohapier In the history of
Vancouver Island closed recently wltih
the return of the Barl at Denbigh and
party from the Ptarmigay mine property ��a. Bear Mpuntaio, near Clayo-
quot Sound.
Sir James Sievewright, a colleague
or Gecil Rhodes In tfee up building of
South Africa., nearly met death hy being suspended In mid-air over a precipice of over two hundred feet. Lady
Marjoa'le Fielding^ daughter of tlie
Barl, placed a new peak on the map
of tie island by christening one of
th�� minor peaks ��f the great Interior
dome by the name of Marjorie _ Lode.
Lady Harrjorie enjoys the glory of
being the flrst "woman to climb the
great interior mountain, and it is not
likely that her feat will be duplicated
in a hurry, as all of the members of
���the party declare that, while the view
from the top waa incomparable, the
travail of getting there was of too
great effort to pay for it.
Street Car Gallantry
Here's a street car conversation that,
may or may not have a moral. It at
least furnishes food for reflection. A
friend of ours overhead it on a Euclid car.
Isn't It awful, said one fair strap
hanger, to have to stand up al! the
way home after shopping till your feet
are sore?
Ye:*, said the other pretty, fair strap
hanger.    Aud no chance for a seat.
Wei!, I dors't blame the men somo-
tiraes. They say that a woman never
says thank you, if they do givo up
their seats.
you    say
I  always    do-    Wouldn't
at the
The   Maltland  place   was
?ead cf the main street.    Miss
who was seventy, had harl suf-
:on:morc;al instinct some years; ***x E1
to cut her    ancestral    acres���i e*3'
thei:   ancestral    acres,    though
���lane  '.-ard'y    cc-unttd���into    btsildirg
lots,   c.vcepc   perhaps   an   acre   which
srurroun;. ed    the    house.    Thus      the
Mai ".land ladies were repute, to be extremely wealthy.      And as they never.
spent any money, no doubt they were.   uu'  >'ou ^n^i
I had taken dinn  - at 3ellwood Le
thank yen if _ae of  these
should give you his seat?
No;   1 don't thin"    I would.
Why not?
I wouldn't bo able to. I'd faint away
t'he increased wutritj-
0u8value of bread made
in the home with royal
yeast cakes should be
sufficient incentive to
the careful housewife
to give this important
E. W. C3!__��TT GO. LTO. j
Place of Desolation
The abomination of desolation is
this lake, declarer a traveler who
has visited the island of Trinidad,
whence comes most of our asphalt.
In spots? a palm killed by' the ash-
phalt droops disconsolately. A few
tufts of grass have secured a footing in places. But for the rest it
is a solid mass of black, dull, evil-
smelling pitch, with pools of water
here and there in which swim little
par-boiled lishes. Against any of the
hot spots in the world, bar none, this
can be backed.
A wicked  looking black snakt, six
fe*��uh Imyre- ��� �����! *S r-l *-��** -t *��������**.--�� *T**- ** 1%i^ .-���-����� r*r* *-��������*.�����-��
~ _-_ _     mSfmm.fm,     o��-*b��v^u     _i__v*      v��V     ajva-3a_��~0     UVtA*
the margin of the lake. It has been
Minning itself on the asphalt. No
wonder the serpents nre supposec. to
be creatures of the devil. Aa for
ourself. 15 minutes stay takes away
every bit of vitality we can summon.
Not enough interest 's left in life to
inquire what the negroes hewing with
mattocks at the asphalt receive ln
wages. They earn the pay, whatever
I*, is.
There is no mechanical way yet discovered by which the stuff can be dug.
Hour alter hot*.:* thes neg-'oes hack
tho Crime pitch, which flakes away in
pieces a foot square. They lift the
burden to their head?; and dt.mp it into steel buckets, which start their
��,lo\v way to the ship. Tha holes fill
up in a few days with new pitch.
The lake is 90 tc 100 acres in extent now, but it is gradually shrinking with the removal of such large
quantities. A good percentage of the
asphalt pavemer.t in the world comes
from this one lake and its geological
complim nt in Venezuela.
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
Can quickly be overcome by
Piirtly vegetable ,
���act surely and
ft"'"' X.	
liver. Cure
ne��v and Indigestion.    They  do their duty.
S���all Pill. Small Dose, Small Price.
C-enuine must-em Signature
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Winnipeg Montreal
Ancient   City   Port   Unearthed
The   most   importaut   discovery   at
Pompeii for centuries is announced. It
It waa at the dinner table, and the
hostess addressed her husband's brother.
Do bave another ph-ve oi pie, Wil-1 Cozaa. the sculptor of Home, who has
liam. been carrying on the work begun by
hira   . uyway.    1   couldn't   sleep
ht.     1 have- hemmed tea tow-
for   Aunt   L-etitia.   today   uutii   I
Miss ^ ain frauctic aud all day  I 1- . .-<? been
wojidering   over   something   you   said: ^e*^ -^q
yestviuay.      You sard, ycu remember, j ^f^
tha:   you  were  no-:  a  detective,  that]       '  '_	
some  men  could take nineteen from, ciTrf?i?ni?-%
g.   ^cHti^-yi-r^n^ii
Why. really. I've already had two;
but it's so good, 1 believe I will have
Ha,   ha!    mother's   a   winner.   Paid
little   Frank,   excitedly. She     said
you'd make  a  pig  of your-
thlrty-hve and leave no:
��� Bo a
ed, it was a���merely a fgure of speech
a���speech of ngure^ is more accurate
fore  and  the memory was  not  hilar-;
10U.-5.    Miss    Letitia    was    deaf,    burr;
chose to ignore th<  fact.    With superb '
indifference sho would break into the j Aad ta,?n amne:  was announced
conversation  with  some  wholly alien!     1Nllss  Letnia presmea rm   garrulous
remark that necessitated a reassemb-   majesty.     The  two  old  ladies  picked
r;tr v\wf*T*a  ?r]i"*f��<!.    mpL-ir.o- t>ia me*tx\  u.
.es  mat
menial   gymnastics.
1 was spe^hless tor a momen:.       | With     Kidney     Trouble.    Cured
The fact is���I���you see, I blunder-- GIN    PILLS
Mr. Daniel F. Fraser, of Bridgeville,
;N.S., says about    GIN    PILLS.    "For
j twenty  years,  I  have   been  troubled
with Kidney and Bladder Disease, and
have  been treated  by  many doctors
Salt Cellar Hoodoo
Jn some parts of the world, particularly In Germany, It is still believed
that t_ie upsetting of the salt cellar
is the direct act of Satan���the peace
disturber. And the habit of trying
to avert any catastrophe which may
happen by tossing a little of the salt
over the shoulder it due to the belief
that by so doing one hits the invisible
Satan in the eye, which temporarily
?-t least, prevents him doing further
kThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
"* All Kinds.of .Cloth.
0*1^...    CT*.w~t���   HTn 0.x._-. ,.. %...,���.. ..      frmrnm*
11 I   Send for Free Color Card and Doolclet.
on Co. L���nited,i.Moj>troni
at  their  food,  and  Miss  Jane  had  a
spot ot" pink in each withered cheek.
ane.  through   long' practice  and  be-   Margery  Fleming made a brave pre-
cause she only skimmed the surface ofi tense,  but  left  her plate  almost  ��n-lwitn a happv heart, that I am cured
conversation, took her cerebral flights   toucheu-     As for me, I   ate    a   sub-
m m ���*     m  . . .���'iflKMOl *~T\ ��"l   ��*^*��*��t1   1*J"1i   ��-l        -T*"!   f\ 0*  1 0\ m^   ml 1�� *��   1 ^?       **   mm  mml
found little relief. I had given
up all hopes of getting cured when
I tried GIN PILLS.    Now, I can say
easily, but I am more unwicldly of
\-~���     .... -      "\T?~.��      T   f.4'l-'f.. Jnm,.Zm~r.r.f.
w-iiolly conversational. Her sister
Jane was her. creature, alternately
snubbed and bullied To Miss Letitia,
Jane, in spite of her sixty-five years,
was still a child, and sometimes a
bad one. Miss Leitian ond the resud
purgated books to read and forbade
her to read divorce, court proceedings
in the newspapers.
i?cor Miiis Jane. She met me with
a 11 ut taring cordif.lity in the hall that
night, safe in being herself for once,
with tho knowledge that J'iss Letitia
always received me from a thronelike
horsehair �� '-. in the back parlor. She
wore a nice new l*?ce cap and was
tvitieringly excited.
Our noire it here sho explained ns
I took off my coat���everything was
'ours' with .lane; mino, with Letitia,
und wo are Laving an ice at dinner.
Please say that ice nro not injurious
Mr. Knox. My sister is so opposed to
them, and I had to beg for this.
On the contrary, the docto: . havo
ordered ion ior my young nephews,
1 no id gravely, nn:. I dote or. them
Mhrs  Jano bcanit-d.    Indeed,    thore
Formed Watery Pimples. Itchy ana
Had Horrible Burning Sensation.
Lost Some of Finger Nails. Could
Not Open Hands. Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
 ��� , ���
'.W.i :���.". Linear fit., Toronto, Ontario.'���
" I'or r,.-'\cn yc'u.r-3 I have boon troubled *,-ith
MilL-rlmim.   Ic omo out on my hands and
/? '"tititi '���.,   forun.il luud of wati-'ry pimplea
'".'.' ti.'' - ' r>-" r,v-*r I'l^m whlr-h l>o.->;\rio
��{'��'"" ^)y *��f-hy and It had a horrible
V*A **- /���'' hui'iiinit HOiiMfttlon which
*-{.]" -.ti. \{ ��-au:-<:U mo a kckxI ih'_l of
*X (��� f^ti*, r"'". I" rr-mo ont on -My
I k���'���'// 'imtuHIn tho fall and r^mnliifd
I 1/ // thoni iii! nfti*r sprlncf. I
r.ilgiit mtrjtlon Hint I lust, homo of rny
t!nfj'"r-fi.'ill"! by tlm di-ifaie. ' Purlin; "-hl.i
Ivfii'ih of ilnio I w.-is utu-rly UKf-li'-s.-), rm 1
*-nuM not oix-n mv l...u'lt. I u1r-il Kiiv.-r.'il
ouioi- i'ltivm. lui.un.n.c'i \wiliuia a Idt. nf
rell'-f. f-'jp.'.o of rny l*. j. .--.��� I, advl v.l mo to
iry Ouili'i:r.i Hi-mclii-rt w�� I hi-p.t for Nnnipli-s
nnd by u-rinrf tln-m iikih -can a ^r.-^i im-
rrro\i'nunit. 'I'lii-n I wi*nt. to flio driiyi-lst
nr.d l.io ii'bf. onii ral.n fif Cnilrnra Hour1 'uul
twoliovrs ut '.'iiilriiiu<>imrii< r.t; afire h-Iii.j;
il:v:i* 1 ;r..i j*!ad to f.:.y I Urn ror.*Ji;b:lr-!y
.-'ir'1'!. I had i:l*>'n i.ji .'ill lin-.o of brli.i'
f-tirial. 1 <-.>n r.ny to n'.l tho'./* who hnvo
l,.it!.-r. 'I i���.�� I hrivi-. uul lo )'>i.n r(.iir.i;'ii liul.
Irt r;u ii ' .r.'i,:..!',�� ilirim-ijirrf ll l.ur Ui.ii. .
(������ili'iH'ilr Ml* I.lllhirj Irvtlii, O.i. J.'!, lull,
btantial masculine meal and httlf apologized for my appetite, but Letitia
did not hear. She tore the board of
managers to shreds with the roast and
denounced the**- with the salad.
Please to eat your dinner, Jane
whispered. I made the salad myself.
And I know what It takes to keep
a big man going. Harry eats more
than Let' a and I together. Doesn't
he, Margery?
Harry':  I asked.
Miss Jane leaned forward to me after looking at her neice.
Harry Wardrop, a cousin's son, and
���she patted Margery's hand with its
ring���soon to be sometbin Y closer.
The girl's face colored, but she returned Miss Jane's gentle pressure.
They put up an iron fence, Miss
Letitia reverted somberly to her griev-
ar-ce, when a wooden one would have
done. It was extravagance, ruinous
Harry staya with us when he is In
Manchester, Miss Jane went on, nodding brightly acrocs at Letitia, as if
she. too, were damning the executive
hoard. Lately he has been almost
t'l the time in Plattshnrjr He jb
secretary to Margery's father. It Is
a position of considerable responsibility, and we are very proud of him.
I had oxp-cLed something cf the
sort, but the remainder of the meal
had somehow lost its savor. There
was a lull in the conversation while
dessert waR being brought In. Miss
rieming sat, one hand on the table,
staring absently at her engtigomer.t
You look like a fool In that cap,
Jane, volui.teered Lotitia, while the
plates wero being brought in What's
for dessert?
Ioo cream, called Miss Jane over the
Well, you necdn'l, snapped Lotitia,
I can hear you well enough. You
told mo Jt wai junket.
I said let cream, and you said it
would bo all right, poor Jano fihvIeU-
od. If you drink a cup of hot wat- .���
after Itr. lt won't hurt yon.
Fiddle, Lotitia snapped unplcjisanr-
ly. 1 am ��ot going to freeze my
ptnnifc-h nnd thon thaw It out lileo n
drain pipe. Tell Ho;.plo to put my
lco cream on the stove.
Go we waited until Miss Lolilla'i*
Iind been heated nr.d wor brought in,
slckled ovor with pahrs htion, not of
though I, but of coiif-y.Uoiior'n dyes.
Mis': Letitla ate it. resignedly. Lllco
a.s not I'll break out, I did tho last
time, ��in> said gloomily. I only hope
f rimi'i  lii'i :ik out in colors.
Th��! nu.'iil v.us over liuully. but if 1
had lu.pi d for anothor word nlo.ie
wiih Margery Fleming that evening,
ji wi.;* roivtlr.omod to dlHtippoIiitnioiilr.
Letitia H.wt Vho girl, not ungt-ntly, to
bid ami onlircd .lane out. of thn room
wllh u i.liigle curt. g'Kluro toward the
(To   be   Conn iinni)
after  using only  four  boxes  of  GLN
50c. a box, 6 fer '$2.50. Sample free if
vou write National Drug _nd Chemical
Co. of Canada   Limited. Toronto. 211
his father. He has just unearthed the
first iGiuains of the ancient city port
situated 1,250 meters from the old
city seashore now, and TOO meters
front the old city gate. Tt. was known
as r*.rta Marina. The city of Pompeii itself is half a mile further inland than at the time of its destruction, the coast having been advanced.
Mr. Cozza worked on the theory of
this displacement of the coast line
and for years he has been experimenting on a prolongate, of the street
leading eastward from Porta Marina.
Recently he came upon solid blocks of
gi-ani'e at a depth of 23 feet under
successive layer.; cf ashes, lava and
sand. Exc. vations proved that he
struck the original quay, whose stones
still bear indentations caused by the
action of the waves. Much new light
will be thrown on the shipping customs of ancient Romt Further important discoveries are awaited."
Dragon CIuj Leads Simple Life
Ths Dragor. Club in London, with
dinner for sixpence, has stirred many
inquiries. It was a woman journalist who, at her last sixpence, offered
to organize that Chelsea restaurant
on cheap line and run it as a clnb.
It was the superfluities that were out
off./ The laundry bill���why should
no* you eat trom i. bare table that
can be easily cleaned? The crockery
business was run tn careful lines.
���"���here is, too much, crockery for the
simple life.
Wo eat off. bare tables, writes the
f< nder of the ^*agon Club, and the
food is .".ir-ietl in French fireproof
bowls with lids to thom, sewing the
double purpose, when necessary, ol
saucepan and plate. ��� Our tpoous are
of horn and bone, to save labor in
polishing silver, and our mugs are
Doulton to save labor, and we wait
on ourselves, also to save labor. The
meal is substantial, and the hungry
person can get i. by joining the clnb
and putting up Lis sixpences for
Not Very Nourishing
Doctor���For dinner you should take
forty  minutes.
Timid Patient���Would It be dangerous to add a bit of meat and somo
Llttlo Bobby was told to sweep the
sidewalk, and whon he was doing ho
a friend etimo along.
lit Ilo, Bobby, tuid the liuly. Ik
your mother in.
S**"re, she's In, answered Hobby. Do
you think I'd bo Hwceplng the sidewalk if sho wasn't in?
Old-Tlme   rl-r.llh,   Eating   < rape-Nuts.
A gen'rous lad's my broth.-- Ned,
Said  Little Johnny Lovi:*-.
He takes the middle of the bed
And leaves me both sides of it
fit?A! IV r_TfH7F-?
a��iur__i_4_   VUlULiJS;
Baltimore. Md., Nov. 11, 1903.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Sirs,-���1 came across a bottle of your
MINARD'S LINIMENT in the hands
of one of the studmts at the University of Maryland, and he. being so kind
as to let me use Yt for a very bad
sprain, which I obtained in training
for foot -races, and to BEy that it
helped me would be putting it very
mildly, and I therefore aslt if you
would let me know of one of your
agents that is closest to Baltimore so
that I may obtain some of It. Thanking you in advance 1 remain.
Yours truly,
W. C. McCuean-
14 St. Paul street,
Cave Oliver Typewriter Co.
P.S.���Kindly answer at once.
Mrs. WiNsrcow's Soothino Syrtjp has been
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
is the best remedy for DIARRHOCA. It is ab��
Bolutelv harmless. Be sure and ask tor "Mrs.
"WinsloVs Soothing Svrup," and take aobt.8*
leiad.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.
tTTRTW E _ N ta,'- B. A.CSTT*5'
Your Case  Isn't Likely to be Worse,
and Can be Cured Quickly by
Beginning with the first of 1914, Icelanders and tourists alike will have
to quench their thirst with other than
alcoholic drinks. Under the Anti-
Spirit law, consumption of the present
stock of liquors in Iceland, which will
to a certainty be exhausted, by Jan*
uar*0* 1  was -Permitted.
Since Iceland began to deal" with
the liquor question in a drastic manner, her trade and industries have tremendously increased. In the past 20
years a great dairying trade has been
built up aiid sheep raising and fishing
Lave grown to enormous proportions.
and ��.'������
limit >-���>
t':ii ��� Uu
���:,:-;i i nutrm-iit.  1... ������'. .-iifupiji-'l  t.h��)
i,mi.Til  In ,'U in' ril  fur iilto'iloir: i/f
'.llll   M'i.lp   lll.lt   1 <jll '���*������-,    IN'!,,    Ijhl'M,
VI lip  ll   I.i   I'lll III l!l|;   III    .\)'VV|.<lli   llllll   Ui
I III'    U'Ol'lll',1    lill'gi'lit    llWliS,    which    will
i..- ; iiii'i I". ��� J I,... ��� '..;. 'iiU v. iih-. jiinl
wiili ��� iiiniiiiiiini wali'i- di'pili o) 'Ifi
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v ..i--.'.��  "t i-    h   .....it' '1  ft'."-    V ;���
Un >'.-.      'it.I:.- i   im-1. f.i.-il   I"-.i
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���ii'ii'ji of wlifi-h I'X.'li
i lln    .. r,   lirn .-���   In'fri
llri'   .ni.
"I had beoTi sick for 10 years with
dyflpcpHla and a lot of cotupllcntlcnH,"
wroto a Western wonum.
"An operation wuh ndvinwl, cliangc
of cllniiito was auggcstoil, but no ono
seemed to know Just, what wuh tho
matter. I wan in bed ilir.'o days In
tho wi;ck and kot yo Ihln 1 v.'i.'lghcd
only 89 lbs. No rTood nooiuod to ngroo
with  iii'-.
"I told my luuihand 1 won going to
try aomo kind tl pvodigiu-.tcd fond to
see if I could Keep Li an. Una lut-luiy
or continued hunger.
'���arapo-Nuts ard cream wan tho food
I goL nnd nothing ban necitinrt to i-mt-
hify mo llko it. 1 never feci hungry,
but havo . natural npiiclU^. Hnvo
had no r.cv.oim npcll'i ninco r began
(hin food, ami havo liikcu in> niudl-
"I havo galnni". no nnwli Rirn.igth
ib'it 1 now do al' ;i y liomrownrk 1111.I
find well and htvong. My *./< Iglit hns
, ',*. .-i*,-ar.cd I. lb'.!. Jr. J' '.vcoKh and I -mull
itlv.uyi. .At V.rv.y.'ti Muir-. :���.:���, ii. i.i r..v
pliMiHunti'r iluii' liil'lng incilicliifH."
Nan.i> glvin hy fV.inadlnn l'u'.lun. Co.,
���VIiuIhoi'. Out. Ui-nd "Tln> llivnl lo
| VV'illvlUo,"   in   1��-*'I'H ii ,i   ii   rfn-
Ever read *��<��� above r.tti.r?    A nr.vv
one append tmm tlme to tlm--   They
arc  rj^nnlnfr  Inn',  and full  nf  Ihhti,-im
1 IwtnrRat.
"After beiug an enthusiastic user of
Nerviline for years, I feci it my duty
to teli you personally what your wonderful preparation has done for me.
"I .fferei" torture from rheumatism
and heart trouble, tried .".cores of so-
called remedies, consulted for weeks
and months with Toronto's most eminent physicians, but derived onlv
slight benefit.
"A friend insihted on my using Nerviline. nnd 4.0 my surprise a vigorous
rubbing of this powerful liniment
cased the pains and reduced tha st'ff-
noss in i.iy joints, l continued to'use
Ncrvlllno and wi.3 pern aucntly cured. 1 tint r.ow perfectly well, and
for LlU't-o jours have had no rheumatism at all. I know many fumilles
whore no otl c medicine but Nerviline
Is kept���-ii is so useful lu minor ailments llko enraclii", toothacho, neuralgia, coughs, cold', lumbago, ami sciatica. I call Ncrvlllno my 'Llfo
Uuaril.' a .tii iii-go nil to try itp merit.''
Doc. 37th, 1.18 Ptrlmot'Hton Avenue,
(SlBiiocl)   FLOHA   CHAPMAN.
It   Is  almo.st   criminal   to   keep  on
suft'ovlng when Noivillno can bo hurt
in any drug stove.     50c. buys a largo
bottle EHc. for tho trial slzo. Prpprirctl
Tho    Ciitarrl'o/iono    Co,    Jluffalo,
.V., and KlugHton, Out.
It Will Cure a Cold.���Colds are
commonest ailments of mankind and
if neglected r.?ay lea_ to sorious oondi-
tU'��-- Di'. Thomas' Eclectric Oil "Will
: eh eve the lyonehial passage j of in-
riammation .ipa^'Iily and thoroughly
���*���*d will strangtuen tbem against subsequent attack. And as it eases the
inflammation it will stop the cough
because It allays all irritation in the
throat.     Try it and prove it.
He waa a young man���a candidate
for an agricultural constituency���and
he was sketching in glowing colors to
the audience of rural voters the happy life the laborers would lead under
an administrate for the propagation
of sweetne-s and light. Wo havo not
yet threci acres and a cow, hut It'will
com-. Old fge pensions a.*e still of
tho future, but thoy will como. Similarly every it_i_ of his comprehensive
programme was indorsed by the samo
parrot cry. 'Jhon ho wont on to talk
��., prison fol'ont'B. I havo not yet
personally, luj said, been lnsldo a
criminal lunatic asylum. . Thon there
was r. volco from tho back of the hall:
But it w 11 -om:.
y<iti.-:: H Ai^itTfONV'-Y.o ^.t ;???-v?27
��*       and  light  sewing  at   home,   whole
or spare time, good pay; work sent any
distance, charges paid: send stamp for
particulars.       National     Manuracturing
Co.,  Montreal.
WANTED at once
Pm. m. m. *s w�� mm   '      * A mm m *,mm\~ ���' m. mm mm mm
ai aOixa     i.w     mim     xOx     ui
Iii .pare tim�� at homo. No. experience
reautron with our NEW ART COLOR*
INO PROCESS Ency and fa_cinatlna
work. Good pay. No canvassing. Write
(er Instructions  (free).
Bt5 College Street. Toronto, Cana.n.i
The Soul of a   Piano  is
Action.   Insist on the
Piano Action
n-n/re fox remx_ Ar._7/3.
The Miiaaled Wolvea
'...���lie wolves woro upon uh, he related
to tlio girl h ��\vuh trying lo ImprcBB.
Their how lln.. ponotratc-d to onr very
marrow. Wc fled for onr liven. Rut:
cadi fier-oiui wo knew thut tho ravenous pack wuh galnlug on ub. CloBcr
and rsloBOi���nt last thoy wero fio close
that wo cor.ld foci their muzzlen
iig.'il'iir.l. our If-g" r*ii thrit-���
Ah, High oil tho lady, greatly relieved, -low ghul vou must hnvo licon
Unit the,* -mtl thoir mii/./.loc onl
mrmrnml, i n.i����� ,,immmx*mml
Fair Wnrnlno
���say you will bo'miuo!! If you Uo
not I'll tlii'-nv myself into t.ho Seine.
Tlmiik yon Tor wnrnlng mo 1 must
got u tliuu*.
^.Wi.1 mm ,*'���*.**,>***���***�� I *mm0
Vi'.j.jI, ;...!.i-il M1^ :Ym<lny rchool
ti H'rluT, 14 meant, by honrlng fiilH*.*
-  lliu ,':.��������� again:''. (Mic'm nolghhor.
j lii.ow, naiii a little gJih Jioldin.,* ner
hntul 'high In tho nir. lt'H v when
nohoi'y   flltl   uny tiling   mil   Homebody
Not n Bad Cnno
<���"., dial   -, *,om (ivuiii'.iihii' rnluJon.
II,.  wiih.       Hut  ll'.'   niw   doctor   v/c
���nl   mr. d   liim.
On tho '.ruin cut Mod ford way, Sub*
hubs got Into conversation with a
stranger, who remarked: I seo you
aro putting up a *ooil many new hulld-
Yos, nnswored SubbubH; now ���iv.lld-
lng�� arc tho only kind we put up.
Does your hunband object to  tho
Only  on   mo.
A Proper Queutlou
Harry, dear, do my slclrtn hIiow?
,' Pelow or throughV
Owl Plays Piano
Hearing tho notes of his piano
struck, iirst up tho Iceyu and then
down, Mr. lOrnost Lommy, of St.
Paul's road, Peterborough, England,
pooped through the opon doi..' and din*
covered thnt tho player wns bin pot
owl. Tho owl would step ou a koy
and then 11-ton ub If pleased with tho
Round. It tried another untl another,
and aecmeil highly plcaned with lho
uoIho It witfl making.
mxxTimf ii- '" '   ������ ��� ���'1
If ono bn troubled with corn*) ami
wavtB, ho will find in IIollnway'H Corn
Cure an application that will entirely
relieve irjfl'ci'li'.g.
A Ruffrngnlto tiayH thnt a fow day��
In prison Oooh her good.     A kind of
urrtiwi uti.-i-i In f.ict.
'lam an old man���ami many of my troubleB
mver happened."-ELMCHT HUBBARD
rtE white huir and wrinkled facea of our huay mon oiul women t��ll
of doubt, fear and anxiety���more thon dfaeaue or age. Worry playo
havoc with tho nervous -iyetom���bo thtttdiaoBtion in ruined nnd Bleep
banished.   What oil in to tho friction of the delicate ptirtu of an onffine���
C^oldLen Iffediieal fffciscovery
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U %0i thm .1i.li.-ui* ��rir����f* nt ihm Vwlf. It.'n �� tjinir, anil body builder���WuuBe It
Ktimulnte* the liver to viiiroroun action, ���auUtt the stomiich to emiinulRte ipiw*~uui"
enrlchinir the blood, and the norve-i end btiarfc Jn tnrn mm UA on pure -rloh blood.
���j;���.i*!X"':* ��'.* <ry f.f ".t*-v.-..-l r.cTV,-* ttr f-'-L" V��� **������������� ��->���*���*�� ��'��**.�����**�������
M��dlnnl-*l'ioavcry'> in liquid form haa Kiv���� grcul aalbfuclloa ut a tonic aad
blood maker.
New U can be obtained in tablet form-from teatora tn medMna
areeiulbuonemcentetampnorirtaioox. ti��**��*-��. V*i'ivt*.v,��uSru*m.
mt. mvaucKW pimb_ioawt p^vxieiti    \asmsssssS3i ���>
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Mntl   t*mvj��\��.    i.Uiaw   its ��**-*u* mm tuiv.Ory. >.**!  mmmm������m  ,;l^:\  . -."-1 *  THE HE VIEW, CRESTON, B. G.  in  Smoking Habit Increasing  Between 1903 an'-.. 1912 the number  of cigarettes consumed yearly has  leaped from 3 billion to 12 billion.  During the ������������������.ame ten years the increase in the use. of; little cigars has  been from 640 roi-illicn to a little more  than f billion a year; or about 65 per  cent. Cigars themselves have passed  the seven billion mark. But Whereas, ten years ago, half as many cigarettes were smoked as cigars, now half  as many cigars are smoked as 'cigarettes, 'ti'' ���������-"'������������������'���������'���������'  iv.lnarcJ'u Lin'unem Reiievea N-uraiai������  A Good Advice  Vt..' such  a poor  conversationalist,  el.o said.     What would you advise me  to ilo.  ���������������������������'."���������" CHiU.i-vate the  hriblr? madain,    cultivate the habit!  he replied quickly.  Chatty Waiter (glancirfg out of window)���������The rain'll be here in a minute  Oi* two now, sir.  Customer���������Well, I didn't order it;  I'm waiting ior a chop.  Sir Sanford A Pathfinder  The London Times continues a tiaer-  ies of articles on representative Canadians and d-votes a column to Sir  Sanford Fleming, whose ;:mlnd, It says  ia still vigorous and unclouded.  When he weiit to Canada ?at eighteen years of age, he sailed, oh a sailing ship whic!_ took forty days for  the voyage. On landing at Quebec  he^ had but two or three pieces of  gold. Ke has since been a counsellor  to the country's various governments,  a pathfinder for the Government ana  devoted himself to problems of the  Empire, but haB seldom been involved  in party conflicts. To his mind there  is servitude in party allegiance.  Details of tho work of settling the  Maine boundary dispute were undertaken by him, as also were surveys  for the C.P.R. construction in 1880  and 18S3.    ..;"  ���������The. writer says that Sir Sanferd  never evaded the obligations of citizenship and was not content with the  perfunctory performance of duty. He  is also referred to as having a gracious manner, fine courtesy and adequate dignity.  ,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,.1,,,,,,lii|I!iii|i!!!S  EN ypu fciiy a, "Sask-Alta" Steel  Rangfc you make a permanent  investment. -Thfe "Sask-Alta" is an efficient and economical cooker and baker as  well as a very durable range.  Have yonr desiler ������s;p!������in it full- before bu*������*l_������'?  730 ':  !!!!!!!il!i!!S!illi!lll!!iii!!]!l!ili!!l!il!il!l!i!l|  _     "_-l__    *   i    __S  Jlllllllll llllll I  ��������� m ���������*-������_������������������]��������� atveav-if 11,1111111-1 IIIIIII  ....������������������������������������. , .������, ,   JllllliiiilllliiiiriiiilHiiliim  nniniiiuiiiuinSiiiiHuiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii   i iiiiiii ii i M i ii i i ii iiU i i i Iii iii i Uii ililll II ISlill iii 11111 li 1 i t li s i i i i: i i ii i i ii i iiiliiiii  SI  London    Toionto    Montreal    Winnipeg    Vancouver    St. John    Hamilton    Calgary    Saskatoon    Edmonton  liililllHIiiiiiiilM  iiiiiliaMiiJlliliiiiiiim!;!. *^S; jiilit  iiiiiiiiliiiifiliilliliiliili   ^^  III  .���������^."ig-  ���������nr.  RUBBINB IT IN  Jk k &Wat^man*s  German Governor's  Method of  Handling Refractory Prisoner  Captain Amundsen in a lecture at  Madison, Wis., told of the hardships,  especially tbe hardships of hunger, attendant on arctic expeditions.  And it is an unfortunate fact, said  the discoverer of tho south pole, that  hunger is *,lways accompanied by a  viviu. remeixioi'ancs Oj. tue most dej&ti>  table food that one has ever eaten.  While compcllel to live for six  months on one month's provision,  helped out perhaps by a little salt  meat and seal blubber you are tormented by visions of former banquets  Christmas dinners at home, certain  favorite dishes. Yes, if you are hungry the thought of fine foooj" exquisite torture. .  And in this connection, the captain  cont.nued, I am reminded of a story  about the governor of a certain German prison.  One morning this governor said to  the chief wardei": -  I say, Fritz. No. 76 is behaving  worse than ever. Put him on bread  an" water.  .But he.-.*, already doing two fast  days, sir.  Then, ordered the merciless governor, give him a .cookbook and see that  he reads it.    -  The Terrible Child  Kero is one that waa told by tihe  publlo printer at "Washington when  those around him started to hand in  kid stories: *"  The teaoher la a public school was  endeavoring to instruct a class of  youngsters ln natural history. Selecting the cat as the flrst subject she began to ask questions.  Can any little boy or girl, -. he queried, tell me what- kind of clothes a  pussy wears"  Thero was no response. The youngsters merely glanced at each other  and at the floor, whereat the teacher  made another attempt.  I am surprised, said she, that no  one can tell me what a pussy wears.  Does a pussy wear clothes like a human being?     Does a RUiisy wear���������  Say, Miss Mary, finally broke in little Jimmy Smith as a pitying expression floated over his features,' hain't  you never seen     cat?  MInrrd's  Liniment Cures Burns, Ste.  Quite a Question  Gus���������The idea of his-.laving I had  more money than brains! Quit-- ridiculous!  Jack���������That's so?  Gus���������Of course.      Why, I havent a  cent.  " Jack���������Well!  In Waterman's Ideals it is a notable  fact that gold pens can be had to suit every hand  and character of writing. The more particular the  writer the greater the satisfaction in suiting him.    Back of  the wonderhil range of points in Waterman's Ideals, however,  are other essential features -which  have madefor  fountain pen success: the famous spoon feed, the ink-tight  chamber, friction cap, Ideal Clip, practical shapes, pure  Para  rubber, the  sizes, types, etc.    Avoid  substitutes.  Booklet on Request  -"���������������"������     .-.    T  Sold by the Best Local Dealers  L. E. Waterman Company, Limited, Montreal  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN   TO  PETEK  -JANS_N-  COMPANY  u  Grain Commission Merchants  Make Bills I>a<ain_ read: Port. Arthur or Fort William.  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Advances Prompt Return*  Winnipeg,  Manitoba  Notify Peter Jansen  acaz _raaes,  ^iiMtra.  WATERPROOF  COLLARS   AND  Cum*  Something   better   than   linen   and   no  laundry  bills.      Wash  it  with  soap  and  Water.      All stores or direct. State style  and size.      For  LTio.   we  will  mail  you.  THE   ARLINGTON    CO.    OF   CANADA,  68  Fraser Avenue. Toronto, Ontario  Limited  Explained  Airs. Newlywed���������I wonder why we  ave growing tired of each othor*.'  Newlywed���������-I   haven't  any   idea.  Mrs. *N.���������Yes, maybo that Is the  reas^)'"** .  Charitable mau (to former blind  beggar) ���������What!: haver you -recovered  your slgt'*  Beggar���������Well, you see, it.'*, this way.  J'vo lost my dog and as I can no longer be blind. I have become a deaf  :auto .  Benj.   Franklin's   Ho'ise   May   Go  The quaint little house in Craven  -"i^-r-. oju^uuii, ������jjei_ nelijauliti  Franklin lived in his more prosperous  days, and from which he issued his  delightful series of papers called  'Craven Stree. Gazette,' forms part cf  a block of property which have been  purchased for the .onstruction of a  largo hotel, ���������nd unless immediate  steps are taken- to save Pr, this historical building will be torn down.. An  appeal lias been made to Americans  to save the house and a proposal will  I be made to the hotel builders to in-  elud- Franklin's rooms, within tbe new  buili'.i.ig.  Change or  Heart  Ton, my friend, I was about t > many  the countess whon T suddenly learned  thnt sho spont moro ihtxr. $1-.'>O0 a  year on hor dressmaker. .  Then what did you do?  Married ho������* ilrc'ssnuike..  Worms, by the irritation that thej  cause in the stomach and intestines  deprive infants of; the    nourishment  that they should derive from food, and  mal-nutrition is the result.      Miller's  Worm   Powders  destroy   worms   and!  correct the morbid_eondi-orzs in   the  stomach and bowels that are favorable I  to worms, so that the full nutriment  of the child is assured and development in every way encouraged.  Attacked   ty   a   Cheetah  A Dublin custcn house officer named Graves, had an alarming experience  recently.     He was set upon in Rath-  mines, one of the    suburbs,    by    the  cheetah,   an   animal   of   the   leopard  type found iu India and Africa, which  had evidently escaped  from  its captors?     He had his dog and a thick  s-iiclc with him, and he succeeded in  killing   the   animal.       It   was   while  walking near Grosvenor square about  midnight that tlie strange-looking animal, somewhat jargev than the Irish  terrier,  suddenly sprang at him out  of a hedgo near some gardens.   With  a hoarse bark it gripped his trottser  leg near the l.nec, tearing the cloth.  He shook the animal off, and a fierce  struggle then took place between it  and his dog.     Seizing the dog's throat  the cheetah dragged him towards the  hedge but Graves caught the cheetah  a -heavy blow 'lehind, the ear with his  stick,  and killed it.   The surmise is  that the av-imal was    brought    from  abroad by some resident with the object of making it a pet.  An Inducement  Dealer (to new parson)���������Quiet! Of  course he's quiet! He's just the little *erse to suit yer. Why (in a  burst of confidence) you can leave  that *orse standin' outside the pub all  day and he won't shift a leg:  Air of Attention  ueorge is going to take me to my  first baseball game this afternoon.  What would you advise me to wear?  An air of silence.  METALLIC  Whether your arm is _ Remington or any  er seanosTCi raaKc, vvj.jatsv_r its caiiove an&  the load you need, you want Remington-UMC  metallics���������not because they are  necessarily  ���������\--i i-miM,,,,,. ''i.iii-ttszsgw    damped with the same name as your firearm,  -lliR__v*"-*,tf^5SP' Hriecause thr ?ve m ve accurat.t.refltL  i!l'i!llliftliiflff!l llii(.!tnftiiijifiiiH"4ii,'i!;_r' *"ls company has been making samar-it-ea tor fifty  "'"~K'years. We produce -metallics for every standard srtake of  lU\ \ I t'-^f.' IV'���������^iliU * * * ii' l������ i"_! ������j i^__���������~- ^^Smn1 * arm���������and every Remington-UMC cartridge is tested ia  l^lji j...,':. -..   ������������������''/!'**|(nlBt^Y   " ths arm for which it is made.  **        '-���������--���������'���������"-^."l   'i'lvl'Ti^-- May wosendyoa a booklet explaining simply many of the  I lV lli'iiii'lt'ii*"11"' technical points of ammunition manufacture.   Your namo and  }.U UU'ii��������� address on a post card -will brias it by return mail.  Remington  ArmB-Uoion   Metallic  Cartridge   Co.,    Windsor,   Ontario  Getting Used to it  Why do you fisih every morning In  the bathtub, old man?    Is it a bet?  Oh, no; I just want to get used to  not catching anythinj. I am.go ing on  a vacation soon.  The farmer had bought a pair of  shoes in the city shop. Now, can't I  sell you a pair of shoe trees? suggested the clerk.  Don't git fresh with me, so__jr, replied the farmer,? bristling up. I  don't believe shoes kin be raised on  trees any mor'n I believe rubbers  grow on rubber trees or oysters on  oyster plants by gosh!  and Labor. Lighter.  A Paste Ithe F.F.D alley God No Dust  No Waste l Hamilton, can ada 1 No Rust   |  CUNARD   LINE  Whe--    you    Cross      ihe      Atlantic  Choose?   the       OLD       RELIABLE ,  ,.   ,  the pioneer line of Atlantic Steam shipping. -t.ecently, two palatial new  steamers have been added to the Cunard Canadian Service, the ' Anoanla  and "Alaunia." carrying one class cabin (II) and third class. 1 nese  splendid ships afford every luxury and comfort to: the accoi-nmodatlcn  of passengers. They are fitted with Marconi Wireless Telegraphy, Submarine Signalling, etc.. in fact, every modern device for the safety of  passengers. MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS.  Lounge.   Gymnasium,    Drawing-room,     Smoking-room.    Open  and  Covered  Promenades, Snacious Staterooms. Orchestra.  SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAILING DECEMBER 9th. Portland ^ to  Liverpool. New ("S913) S.3. ''Alaunia" earpyinQ, one c!a->s c-sb'r*. (���������!) ar.������  third class oniy.    Early application for reservation  Is recommended.  For particulars of sailings and services from Montreal, Portland, Uoston  and New York, apply to Local Agents, or -  THE   CUNARD  STEAMSHIP   CO.,   LTD.,  304   Main   Street,   Winnipeg.  Asthma Overcome. The triumph  over asthma has assuredly come-.. Bi'.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  proved tlio most positive blessing the  victim of asthmatic attacks has ever  known. Letters received from thousands who havo t.*ied it form a testimonial which leaves no room for  doiiM thnt horo is a real remedy. Get  It to-day from your dealer.  lit-  Up-to-Date  Oltl-rashloned   Individual���������Well  tlo man. building a castle?  Fiii-de-Sleclo Infant���������Nope;   this   lc  a hotel; there'i* no money in castles.  f,lf..m,  -"mra.:,-..':,wti ������������������,!.���������.  tijovm:-  ..?fl'Q11)?tllG;  Here's a chance  for you to buy  your range from  the factory and  save 30%���������to  buy it on easy  terms and to get  lho very range  you would choose, even if you  had to pay the retail price.  Our free book shows you  exactly what tho tango is like. It do-  t<-il>e������ each point clearly, jnil \v������  _u*mn������*������ our ranga to bo juat  ut ropr-Bented.  You mian* ��������������� Well nvB llin retail  profit.    Mail llia^coupon to-day.  Dominion. Pride  ange  ������������������Poli.lifcl  PhlloflsU'er���������A fountain pen mny  contain a sonnet, a pou.c-11, a best seller.  Common Mortal���������Uavo you ever  thought of the hidden mysteries of a  m hi co  iii  .-���������'.'  .' .is Happy Home  You look forlorn, old fellow.Whore's  your wlfo all those mouths?  'Jelling how lo mako home happy  on tho lectim- platform.  HAD ITCHING PILES  FOR 27 YEARS  Often Laid Up for Days a: a Time���������  A Wonderful Tribute to Dr. Chase's  Ointment.  Few people were ever more enthtis-  1 rt e* f -I r\     Av%      -i ,*������n)Qiii nr*  ��������� "TV* r*"\\ n & rt.* d i^_l*nf-  -C4.KJt._V>       XI*.       fJ. MiMlUtj       JL>i  ������ WltMU.    i_f V*������*l"  ment than the writer. o? this letter.  "When you read the description of his  case you will not wonder why.  Mr. John Johnson, Coleman,. Alta.,  writes: "Three years ago I was cured  of blind, itching i.iles cf 27 years'  standing by using .Dr. Chase's Ointment. 1 used to"think that death  would be the only velieM would ever  get from the reirible misery of piles.  Often I was laid up for three days at  a time, and at ether time3. worked  when I should have been in bed.  "Dr. Chase's Ointment is worth sixty dollars a box instead of ,sixty***cents.  I am a different man since using it.  I am fanning all the time, and never  nilsc a dav. Words fail to express  my gratitude for the cure this ointment m:\de for mo. I cannot tell half  a-i much a' out it as it deserves. Anyone u-mbting this ��������� an write direct to  mo."  Dr. Chase's Ointmen'r, GO cents a  bus, all dealers, or Wdmanson, Bates  & Co., Limited, Toronto.  DON'T TOLERATE POOR SERVICE  You  don't  have to when you  CAN SHIP TO  CANADA ATLANTIC GRAIN CO., LIMITED-,  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS-  Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, Man.  Licensed-Bo.-.ded ' Established   1910  Life is Uncertain  ���������the   life   of   a   wooden   tub  or   pail.  Save time���������-temper���������-dollars���������by using  utensils that seem to never waar out.  Made of  Cute Tomrv*.  Mi*i-i. Jordiii. had ideas ou the way  children should b-> roared. I Ior  young hopeful. Tommy, causotl her a  Uttlo anxiety iu this respect. Now  anil iiy'iiln, thore firo, a serious politeness leutui'o wun mltnlul'Btevod.  Now, Tommy, iloar, she Blurted, supposing you uneliloiUally stepped, upon  a gentleman'. foot, what would you  HiiyV  I would say: Hog your pitAMou.  That's my own llttlo .son! mulled Lho  pleased uuithor. And IP tho gonllo-  iniui gavo you a penny for your po-  Uieiioss what wonld you,do?.  Tho Innocent look pimHnrt Crom Tommy's uyoH iih bn quickly uin-worort:  Wliy, I would Htanil. on lho ol lior  foot ami uu.*" lh*g pardon again, of  coiic'i.*!  J&ddy's Jbibreware  Ask Your Dealer  Just as good as  Ajf Eddy's  Matches  R  J  *}mt\   hlWlV  ���������inlrreakfiblfl  ������l������ort and  ca������tingi���������  . beaulltully  w*l nickelled  i {mssm  Cinailn  ��������� ���������       II.. mU    I,  ih������iiii<m**'* *m '**gemmm^  Bt-t.1 Ranoa MfQ. ^  C������. Llmileil, Qsliiwa.  |^      C.ili or Credit  Wo P*y  It-til-' Pronil-o  Wife (fompliilulugly)��������� You prom-  lscd liol'oi'o wo wero niarr'.od thar, I  nhould have nil Ihf lnoiu-y 1 wanted.  Hub���������I inufil. havo thought thoro  wuh .'inii-li moro of It In circulation.  \   Niiiia-  KiAttl%ltmm,.t,.mm  ^5_J  W. N. U. 07.1  His Idea  M������> iilici* rn' liivi'Hllint' Coininll U'i>-���������  l''oi- v.iiiit purpiiHO Ih ii I'oroiier'H Jury  cnlh'd  In Hit on a imihc'.'  Appllfiuit for .loli���������To n'irorlnlii  what i-tiiuioii. '.'.'. any, tho deceased  had  fo." i-yliir.  CliHlOlUlU'��������� I    ItlUHl    HII.V.   WIlIlM',   this  iri tho lU'Ht tlm. i'vo iiv.'i' liml a really  tiiiilci'  Hlreiil''  hero.  Waltor   (aglinHi >--liuoil   grncioii.-i,   I  liUi.U, \\a.i' **.l-.-u  >'i!ii  tlu;  * : uiiricUn''..  port Ion-  /  Well Met���������  A Good  Appetite  And  Post  Toasties  A dainty, nourishing dish  for breakfast, lunch or supper  -���������ready to serve direct fiom  the package with cream and  sugar.  "Toasties" are thin bits of  choice Indian Corn skilfully  cooked and toasted to an  appetizing golden brown.  \R,I Wm *m I 0X rm jf.. mmm, 0^  VV __'U--C0O--A''C'  Nourishing  Easv to Se_*ve  OO'ci    Uy VMOt-<".i.������ i:vi;ivwuv,u;  I'rinaill.'in l'nrtum (V-ronl Conipaay.  Ltd.,  Wl.Kl.r.ir. Onf.  Exit the Postage Stamp  Is the postage stamp doomedV  It la If a postal Innovation hailing  from Now Zealand, where it has been  tried with great success, is generally  adopted by tho postal authorities of  the world. In the future. Instead of  buying postage stamps, licking or otherwise moistening the gum on thoir  backs and applying siifllclont prossuro  lo causo adherence, all wo may need  to do will bo to put. our letters under  a machine and turu a crank.  Tho lnuchlno, which In Now Zealand la rented from tho postal authorities, records tho nnjount stamped,  just llko a gas motor, and payment Is  mndo to a collector, who culls nt iiii-  torvals. It gives impression-* of half  penny, one, three and six pouco and  one Rlillllng, and an each Impression  la.mado Its value 1b automatically recorded on a t,oL of dlald at Lho top of  tho muchlno.  As a precaution against fraud, the  machine- nro turnoil out from the  workshops with only ono moans of  opening thorn ..nd that it in uy patent  lock, tho key of which Is handed to  t.ho poutal authorities after tho ma*  chlno linn boon exhaustively tostod.  Thoro aro no screws that will givo  iirtnilRHlon to tho interior and thoro*  foro tho mochanlHin cannot ho tampered with. Tho greatest imfoguard,  however, lies In the fact that tho  labor of coinmUlIng a fraud would bo  VilllK'll.'H''.  Why Floh  Yaw:.  A tu-l'Mitin. .iM!*' diMi'iivi-roil ilwit Pith  yawn,  Well, T wouldn't, hr- at. aU nurpiised  tf Hiiini' of tlm bin mum that got away  would,  could  thoy   Hear  tlio  oxaggci-  i.ll'U    l.itUln    llll!    llgllMinn.    I.-   >���������������  FARMERS  Can nlwaya ninks aura of (letting the highest prices for WHEAT, OATS,  BARLEY and FLAX, by ahlpplno their car lota to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them oold on comml8olon by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS'   AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,    GRAIN    EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG  -J  t>id\y Market letter and Sanvpl-i drain Ba������a.  Bend 11a your namo and addros������ and wo will  put you on our malltnir list���������lt'a treo.   Lot u������  keop you postod on market (prices for grain.  raraonal attention glvon to do11!i>_ ond gradln*y of all  ours. Our Car Traolnjr and Claim Department* work In our  oHents1 InterentB. Wo havo ������vory rCaolllty for prompt trervlco and  w������ get best renulte for ehlppore.  Send to-tday for a wupply of i-uvmple batTN and deal with _  ���������firm whose biiBlnoss ban beon built ut> by watlatlofl ouotomera.  CENTRAL GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED  COMMIS8ION MERCHANTS  GRAIN EXCHANGE     -    WINNIPEG, MAN.  Peid-up Capital, 5(100.000  ���������r  Iteforonoea,    any    Bank  Coanmorot-l iWg-moy,  Driven to Beofll'"������U  Haa your order boon taken, sir?  Yob, roplied tho patlont diner, 111-  t^cn v,ilnut'*:i n^o.     !f It P'n't too i������f>  tlioiifc'li, I'll llko to change It.  'Po  lAinMirn  your,-  n-ilor.   nil-'?  Yen.     If"you don't mind I'll change  lo a 11 ontrealy.  ii  Thu ulili-.il iiiillonal flag In the world  ������-,..' n|' i\n MH'M'l., whlrdi daloM from  l" V-  Vr    *-   V *J>  1  *_ I 0  .  nil taken  men,  VIhIIoi*���������V.vlvnot.   from  Ihoru, no to apeak.  from    prominent    literary  nniuihii-   au-  Now Thoy Don't Speak  Maud���������So Jack compared uio with  flomothlng ewect, did he? Tlio doni  f~llovr������   Who.   wnn  II?  Mario���������I tloa't think I ulttinhl t-U  you.  Maud���������Oh,   do.    1   iiudsir.  Mario���������Woll, ho ,'cfci'rel t > you aa  tho   humnv   inurHliiiialtow.    Vou   ctu^*  ...i.,y.  1....1   i���������i.i   ii.ft   iir-iMil,-^   t,n   Ihlrlf,  donr. *v-  T7������ld that f������*ilow ItihiiIi yo'  Inn- vou n dr'.uk? Yon. lu������  did you nwiilL.'. tlu* t,*-.-Jtili.v  In- offer*  did.    Hut  matmmmmmmmaaamammammmmmm  mmmau+meamaaammaitmtammmimmm ;atA^,E_-tf*������EaM������8������.i  The Creston ^eviefjfr  THE   CBSSTON   REVIEW .ORESTON,    B   C.  -" ���������- - -      ��������� ' 11 -���������  ���������'���������  ���������     ���������  ��������� ������-"      "   ..     \    ������������������ ��������� ..!   ������������������>   Xr  Published every  Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Oreston Printing and PubiiB_i_������ Company, Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and  caching cat in ������ broad manner into other eoinniu���������irrr'-������B. Our advertising rate*-  aro based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary x. iters' Board of Trade.  ls-_d purcbase and land lease notices, ?7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $*3.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  ass-  BoOSt now for The Creston  Valley Agricultural Association.  Now t-j-nii ail together and  our agricultural associalion  vrill bs assured.  The man who is always  looking for something for  nothing, may some day bump  into somebody that will give  him something.  What would you think of  a man who continually talks  of "Good Book" and then tells  how much he eot without  "having to pay a cent."  UNEMPLOYED IN  CANADA  It is staled that Canadian  authorities in Loudon ate  perturbed over the publication  of    articles    in   old   country  Selves from the offensive"ineiss  they will have to repudi&tie  absolutely, each and everyone  connected with the rotten deal,  no matter how high up he  may be, or never again look  the woild in the face and call  themselves fair. We are glad  that as far as we are  cerned, we are voicing the  sentiments of the party and  especially of our respected  member when we say that  ��������� the perpetrators ought to be  severely punished irrespective  of of who or what they may    .   * .'^-titiz'titi; :���������'tititi ti-   -y-.;:';< :���������:���������  ������������������;    I  the crime, and Creston Valley |  stock owners feel less  protected than they ever did before.  CONSERVES THE WATER.  The Beaver is the Best Friend the  Rancher Has.  **S\m.y  tbe   mgiier   up   tue  u:.������-!..,_,-  jtrui JJO.J.3  telling  Ul    ct   :_ _  WlUC"  investigation   goes  the   more  severe the punishment.    We  are unjust to ourselves if w<*  admit   in    the    Conservative  party what we  decry   in the  article quoted from the Loudon j Liberal party> Here*s for cIeaa  Old   ranchmen   in   the   Northwest  COU-1tel* how l*ie ^usy ^ttle dam-builder  served as a conservationist in the  pioneer days of the cattle trail. The  beaver was, indeed, so highly esteemed that, it is said, no rancher would  have hesitated to give the best steer  in his herd to save the life of a single, beaver.  Everybody knows that the. beavers  build dams. These they construct to  provide against hunger in the winter  when everything green that serves  them as food has lost its sap and  nutritious qualities. Tht* beaver subsists on  the bark of cottonwood and  spread dearth of employment  in Canadian cities.   One such  Quebec is the world's chief  source of asbestos, producing  last year over $3,000,000 worth  of which $2,300,000 was exported. Since 1900 the value  of asbestos produced in Quebec increased from $719,000  to over 3,000,000".  The willing horse gets all  the work���������-but he is a poor  man that wont give his horse  extra food for extra work,  A presentation of some kind  would be in order for the  man who did all the work  ���������ttd took all the fault "finding  in connection with the fair Mr.  J. Heath.  Chronicle    s;ates   that   there  are   now   as   many   as    two  thousand unemployed in  the  city of Toronto.  Even should this sta'ement  be true, conditions are in no  vvav   alarmins-.   and    should !  not bother our Londoa ageuts  politics.  The action of a Nelson  judge iu sending a cattle  stealer to jail for two months,  cannot surely appeal to fair-  minded  people   here  or   any-  Blacksmith  0.__>_: -ti.    -  oisup  Sack of MeCreath's Barrs  Aii Kinds of  Blacksmith Work  BED SHEBIENUI  Renewal of License  Section 41.  Notice is  heredy given  that,  on the  first day of December next, application  will be made to  th������ Sopefintendent oi  Provincial Police  for renewal  of the  hotel lioence to sell Ilquos by retsiS is  the hotel knows as  Kitchener  Hotel,  situate at Kitchener in the Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this   10th day of Ootober, 1013.  LBNA ANDBH5N  Owner and Administrator  _, ...   .wheteelse.    1 he fact that the  Toronto :s a city of nearly 1 .  ,   __ .,,. " ,   .    stealer is an Indiau and a man  half a million people, and  is1, ,.���������,,*, -  ,, j ,       , ,,   i WTO   not  only   is   allegea   to  called upon to absorb annually * J &  The gigantic sum of $4,000,-  000 has been expended by  the    Provincial    Government  have killed his own brother  some years ago but who is accused of haviug stolen from  his own people also, surely  could not be presented as cii-  Icumstances   extenuating   the  j*"_ /"*������ J*-***"*   _��������������� 1  ���������V ���������*"% ��������������� >*V m*       4-   L������  **>       0~% mm _   m-m-m   0~m        0*m.   mm,  ������-J       mr^ *m. A.  *ji.\.aai\Jii iui   ttiC eiiuac uuu yev  jthat is about all  that  can   be  ofiered. i-  The little fallacy about _b%  Y-v:  brand is too thin to hold wia--  ter even in the intelligence of  a   judge.      Any   man  must  ���������.*- ~ ��������� xV.  giOvvui  proportionately     is  swifter than that of the Queen  City*    Until  the  immigrants  to   Canada    bring a   greater  percentage of folks willing to  go upon the land and indulge  I in    farming   conjestion   will  upon road extension and im-lcontinu-e t0 grow in the cities  provement work within the  boundaries of British Columbia during the past season  according to a statement just  issued from the department  offices of Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of public works.  There is now $400,000 for  the maintenrnce during the  winter months. There are iu  existance at the present time  in the province 18,000 miles  of roads and trails���������Ladysmith  Chronicle.  and the lists of  unemployed   : 11    ���������  win    IIU  Herald.   III x      3i...:..:   1 0~s   *  wm   uul   uiAjjuui-u.���������v^aigary  The Calgary Herald, no  doubt in the light of what  has occurred in the field of  real estate speculation, is busy  warning the whole world to  beware of investments in oil  "propositions" in the province  of Alberta. Our' contemporary urges outside investors  to wait until the value of the  oil fields has proven. The  advice of the Herald is sound,  and it is to be congratulated  on its frankness. Sufficient  nurin \i\x> uecu uoue ul ready  in the money markets by the  COP-duor of ft ffwllw\\c\cnttori"  Victoria Times.  thousands  of   immigrants in  addition to thousands coming  from other parts   of the  Do  minion.    Und;r such circumstances   it   is   not   surprising  that   one  out  of   every   250  j persons may be seeking employment.     With    a     heavy  transient population it is re ?i-j  ly singular if the number of j  out-of-works does   not exceed  the estimates of the Chronicle.  The   same   facts   apply   to!  western Canadian cities, whose jknow that a man   who  owns  cattle knows his  own  beasts  without having to refer to the  brand for verification, and if  he did have to so refer then  how can the keen eye of ah  Indian be deceived in the construction of letters inches iu  length. Another fact that  was brought out in Mr. Geo.  Johnson's evidence was that  the Indians use an ear brand;  so what would the Indian  learn from the hide brand one  way or the other. Again, if  the Indian had a large herd it  might be possible to mistake  a stray beast for one of his,  but as this particular Iudian  only owned a couple of head  it is impossible to conceive of  the transaction taking place  under the guise of a mistake.  Surely if His Honor Judge  Forin would take this view of  the matter he could sec that  his philanthropic sense has  been responsible, perhaps, for  a judgement which, while it  may avert any further difficulty with this particular case,  does not look toward the pro  lection of the while man, the  man who pays the taxes, the  man who is making the country habitable and who at all  times is subjected to the petty  annoyances and thieveries carried on hv tins very Hunan  and his associates,      In   any  r''iu������' *1*������* s^'ilfiiro. hv all   nro-  - - ������������������ - ������������������ - *- -   ' ���������    - *    ^ *  y*ti< ** ^'^CtiJZ"v~  #������*���������������>*���������___*  J,%**>   -JIM.  w**3?*������  *������*?* .-'j*  VERY LOW FARES  in oonneotion (with  fi"  .1  txcursions to tne  Old Country  Daily Nov. 7 to Deo. 31, inclusive  RAIL PARE, ORESTON  To  Montreal and Quebec    $86.60  St. John       94.60  Limit five months, stop over and ex  tension privileges  Pull information re rail and STEAM  SHIP TI KETS from  R.?M. REID, Agent, or write  R   DAWSON,  District Passenger Agent,  Oalgary, Alberta  ' No right thinking Conservative anywhere will uphold  the parties who have confessed  to the reeking, political mess  in the McDonald bye-election,  in fact all decent men would  like to see the perpetrators  properly punished. It is such  methods as these that canse  the party to be put in the  catagory of those whose ideals  are wrong and practices shady  aud many a good Conservative  today feels the blush of shame  not that he is a member of  the party but that such odium  should be forced upon those  whose aim and study in  politics is to play fair and  keep everything clean aud  moral. The methods which  were practised in this particular case as outlined in the  papers, arc of a nature lo  suggest Siberia, und not onr  lair Canadv. in the twentieth  century.  l-m-mmj  ***   IV /f n..  *���������_,, X. V-mmj m, mm'    I --        -"-       '������������������ '- . - ������������������ J j,,       cJ,0O  itoba want to relieve thcin-lcedeut, is out of proponion to^^. ���������f a u  ETHEL BARRYMOM \i  With the Maude Henderson Company  Now playing at Mercantile Hall  willow and other succulent 'barks, and  to be of service to him as food these  barks must be kept fresh and full of  life.  The beaver's instinct informs him  that this can 'be done by keeping  them submerged in water, and so he  .-000,  dams the shallow currents of streams  so that the collected water a'bove the  dam will form a deep pool and overflow his store of shrubs and limbs,  thus keeping them fresh and "sappy,"  ihey being driven into the soft 'bottom  of the pond. The wise little creature  ���������is fully aware that he must anchor  them there upright and keep them  intact until they arc needed for use  in the colony's- commissariat.  This remarkaible instinct of the  beaver interested the ranchmen, since  water is a constant necessity on the  cattle trails in the dry climate of the  West. Iu the old days there were  more heavers in the Northwest than  anywhere else .in the country. By  building ihcir dams wherever they  'might be they caused the water supply in that region to be hoarded as  it could he in no other wny, since in  those days storage dams and irrigating operations had not been adopted.  The storing of the water hy the  beavers just suited the cattlemen, and  so, while- the other game and fur-  bearing animals were being exterminated, the beaver was assured of tlie  friendship ami proieoiinn nf tlie  ranchmen so far as it was in their  power to extend. The beavers seemed, indeed, to be aware of this fact,  for in the range country they carried  oii their industrial operations fearlessly iu close proximity to human in-  habitation������i. ('1<1 ranchmen have  watched colonies of beavers by the  hmir in iiicir work. i>i cuiimii iiciing  ilai'us. No person who has not t-u-  ju.vei! this fright can form any con-  o'Kiiou of the aniazintr ironim for  engineering that guides this animal  in* iis toil.  In choosing a place for the builil-  a 111 iici'Oha.s a L'ti'cani bea vera  ��������� *t  Ladies Artentio  Nothing Makes a  Lady look so dressy  As a Tailor-made  Suit.  Renewal of License  * Section 41.  Notice ia heredy given that, on the  first day of December next, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal ot *h&  hotel lioence to sell liqnor by retail in  the hotel known aa the Eriokson Hotel,  sitnete at Eriokson, in the Province of  British Colnmbia.  Dated thi? 10th day of Octob??, 19iS.  WAITER W. HALL,,Prop.  Renewal of License  Seotion 41.  Notice is heredy give that on the firs*  day of December next, application will  be made to the Snperinfomdent of S_o-  viucial Police for renewal of the hotel  lieenoe to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the Oreston Hotel,  situate at Creston, in the Province .of  British    Oolumbia.  Oth day of October 1913.  J. B. MORAN, Prop.  '���������hi,     11 1   11 ?   1 1 11  Renewal of License  Section 41.  Notice is  hereby given that, on  the  first day of December aerst? application  will be made to the  Superintendent ������  Provincial  Police  for renewal of  the  hotel lioence to  sell liqnor  by retail in  tne hotel known as  the King  George  Hotel, situate at Creston? in'the  Province of British   Colnmbia.  Dated this  10th day  of October, 71913.  Wm. A. HEBRON,?  .   For the Oreston Trading Co.  m  U_Vi  Artist in Ladies and Gents Attire  Stanley St. Nelson B. C  first consider the condition of the  current. If it is sluggish the dam  will ibe thrown straight across from  bank to bank. If the current be rapid  the dam is built on a curve. A soft-  bottom spot is always chosen. The  timbers for the dam are cut by the  beavers at some point up the stream,  trees of the proper size and slender  {saplings being felled by them \yith  the facility of an axeman, cut into  the desired lengths, and floated down  to the site of the dam by the members of the colony set to the accomplishment of that task.  The    engineers    and    constructors  take the timbers as they come down  and utilize them without a moment's delay. A beaver- is not able  to stay under water for a period exceeding five minutes, yet an old and  experienced dam-builder will seize a  piece of tinnber that has been cut for  the purpose, dive to the bottom with  it, and by some skilful manipulation  unknown to man fix it upright and  solid on the muddy bottom in the  few minutes he can work beneath  the  surface.  Tint���������������"l   *\mtr.   t  ���������  ��������� .mm*,   xxxio  X'  RENEWAL OF LICENSE  Section 41.  ff  f  Notio9 is hereby given that on ihe  first day of December next, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the  hotel lioence rose!' liquor by retail in  the hotel knows, as the BU-uw Hotel,  situate at Sirdar, in the Provinoe ot  British Colnmbia.  Dated this 10th day of Ootober, 1913.  WM. MORRIS, F-oprietor:  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL. MI NIG REOtTs-  LATIONS  It Is bad policy to _oop cows of anr  but bigb quality. Thu law of selection  needs to bo kept In force. It costs no  moro.to feed and handle an animal  that yields five gnlloni* of milk dally  tlinn oue producing three gallons. It  doea not pay to keep cows that produce less than four gallons a day.  Ten or twelve cows aro not too  many for a farm of forty acres, and  they will permit of many other Inter  esta thnt will distribute tho Snbor  evenly through tbe day. Operating In  this way on a small farm there ought  to be iwenty-tive hogs, 200 chickens  and 100 ducks and gceae to market  every fall, In addition to 800 to GOO  broilers, a considerable number of  eggs and a mlscoDlaneons lot of vegetables.  Thoro Is work enough for en aver  ago family on a very few seres when  tho Intensive principle Is followed. W<'  need to diversify lu order to dlstrlbut*  tho worlc over a season.  for inntnnt*o. nn ner������������ of utrnwhonr'-ui  nn ncro of cucumbers, two acres of po  tit-ien. nn acre of onions and ten acres  of corn will ranko a profitable season's  .*      I m.***,J . A M.J     t,\.4.ttl     t.411     kjUl  mmm        m m.JS      I*      mmtl!      X.I--      _ _ ��������� .  A*lfif.m      nan  bustling to Iniiiillo theso crops.    Add  ten acres of alfalfa for a dairy, send  ��������� hlrfw     (%���������������    tnrtm     nistlrirnim     fif    fv������"'������-     *m  . y . .j .... .,. .......        ..v  markqt every day and the family will  ���������! *_������������?������ b������az *&o&-* ~cr~~W uu *_r*������ [  Coal .mining rights of lho Dominion-,  in Mnnitoba, Saskatchewan and Alborta.  the Yukon Territory, she, North weat  Ferritortca and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  ror a term of twenty-one years at  uu nnimal rentnl of 91 an aore. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applioant.  Application for a lease must bo made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sab-Agont of the district in whioh  the rights applied for are situated.  In survoyed territory the land must  lie desorlbed by sootions, or legal spb>  divisions of eeottons, and in uusnrveyed  torritory tho tract npnllod for nhi-ll be  et'Akod out by the applioant himself.  Bnoh application must be accompanied  hy a fee of $6 which will be refunded if  f ho rights applied for aro not available  nut not. otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output ot the  uiluo at the iuto of five cents per ton.  Tbo person operating / the mino shall  furnish tho Agout with sworn roturus  iteoouuting for tho full qnantity of merchantable ooal mined and pav the royalty thoroon. If the coal mining rights  nro not boing opomtod, Ruoh returns  should be famished nt least onoe a year  Tbo lertso will include the ooal min-  ing righto only, but tho loauoo may be  permitted to pnrchnno v;hatcvor jsvcll-  ablo surface rights* may be considered  ahoemHiiry for the working of tho mino  at the rato of $10 an aore.  For fall information application slionld  bo mado to the Seoretary of the Department of tbo Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agout or Sub-Agont of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of tbo Interior  27.  r..~TJiiiiuui(iri/,od imi'i'oation or*  'bin advert!-leinent will not be paid for.  liiitifc In Your Renewal of-  C*������!���������������_#*- /%���������*!������%4- ts\-*������   4*a%  -sVl������_v  *m������ ���������mm* I** m* <���������> *   ������|#%MW k*      tr1^      *-������������������*>**  rnrpTOsi nrwrur-  ulVLOIUll  llLrlLVfl  */*���������  H CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST- $12,500p00O  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are _ safe, convenient audi  inexpensive method cf r aa-nttis- small sums pf money. These Crcers,  payable without charge at nny bank- jn Canada (except ia the Yukon  Territory) aad in the principal cities of the United States, are issued ���������$  the following rates s  i..........****,  99 ana unaer  ������**������������������_    S and not exceeding' $16....  ������   io    ������fl       - m        ao....  ���������o      on        ������������ ss  ......  .������������*���������.������������..  3 cente  6������s  it*      sa  ��������� . ������ ^v  im  3.5  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  &s  Sfcoold %��������� made by means ot onr fiPBCIAl* FOREIGN DRAFTA and MOUSY  OROBRg.   Issued without dslsy g** Wiag-ife?gas*g.' ������������������,.  Percy B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  _^V  esion  Are very extensive growers of High Grade Fruit Trees  Of All Kinds ,  Xong Ssiperienee, Ample Capita! -and Upito-date facilities enable ns to  produce the best grade possible.? Our. "ONE-TEAR" TBEES on  ������������������T-UIEE-YEAB WHOLE BOOTS" Excel! all others  We Guarantee Satisfaction in Even Transaction  We pre now represented in this district by Mr. A. Miller, of Oreston  who wiii caiP upon the planters for their orders in the near  future.   It will pay yoii to see him before placing your order  80 PAGE DESCRIPTIVE OATAliOGUE FREE  B. C. Nurseries Com pa ray, Ltd*  1493 7**1 Avenue W. Vancouver, B. C.  THE   HOME  OF1   THS  TRANSIENT  GOMMODI0U&  SAMPLE  ,   ROO M S  THE BEST AND MO  POPULAR. HOTE  THE KOOTENAY  on strictly up-to-date  lines* Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  n  Porters Meet Trains  KB*  - -���������������*t*m*mmmmi)mmM  *r_- r ___-_,_  _ a is jm&esiswsg  Hotel of the  Frnit    Belt  Our  CaU  Guests  ~.*yQU >���������?_!- Snake so mistake  ��������� j when, ^du? get off the train  i������?^u:sign tlie register at  the Creston IJbtsL? Travelling  inert will v^bstantiaje ��������� this. ? We  sbidy t^Jc^  -The ^fl-on^iti^  a manner ut^toidate. ' ���������-.  'i nD-im  7rru?.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumberm^nj Ranchers, Tourists  and Cos  /. B. Moran  1<���������_������������������*^t*rttv/G\/43\f{T*  <-Q>yO% ������O\fO\*O\&t\0f^rtF* rtt*fQ\l4i\rt&i4}\������&*0Gr*.f&i  GUY   XXWENBBRG  Ooarau--XNa Birannwa  ;kj_-S'i:uim  ._MJ.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire. Life and Accident __s_rahoe  CLUCK AND CROW.  -,"1  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  RAIL - - -  ifcc.  Church Notices  ������  -.       OHUROH OF ENGLAND  'f Christ Oh������>,ch  M������tlno, 11:00 ?  |*]_ven8ong7*~0        ' \ .  ^rickuon���������Evensong 3:00 p.m.  1  "���������        METHODIST CHURCH   i  Publio Worship, 10;80 and 7.50 P. __..  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Class  11:80 A.. M ?  '��������� Come and you will be made wc-loome  Fr_d Ii. ��������� Carpenter ;  ..(���������'���������       Pastor  m^^^mtmmmmm*mM*mm*mi*msm������mmmm*am m'l ���������is;m "*������������������ *"   Hiji ���������������������������*������������������"  PRESBYTERIAN   OHURpH  Service every Supv^ay at 11 j a. na.  f.nd 7*80 p. m. ,i -  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.   ���������  Adults Bible Class meets ovory Thursday evening.  'W. G. B__I__  Minister  ___________-_____^Ll_ii_-Uj-m-nuiir-ulfnu--iuii  -  ._..���������������������������.  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Maes 10:80  Ben������diotoln,8(80  : Etery first Sunday of the mouth."  i rather John O. M.-I.  t Sunday School evary Sunday at 2-90   ������������ r" ������"���������"������������   t..i������ii i������������ii 11, ��������� im iiH.1.1 i  ,.��������� i. .ii...... ii ,,.������������������i.>iii ..Hii.ni..ii.tiir. <i'ij    - in...  ���������    <**''���������   Common toad dust with a BtSie pew*  dered sulphur ml-ed ta __*_������������������_ ffsd>j*  dust bath tor fowls that asa teoabiafl  With, itevk ' ;' :f  If-good, clean, isouad gram Is _fc__>  dance ?aad������*rlety.;Wfth pure water,  grit byater shell and meat in eome  fsrsi," Trfi! tst s?rsda������ ^ss ac^Usf  ;Dt*etES are ef?** feeders, aad ftb^?  are also griftt growers, so wbere doe*  the lose come 1_T A few ducks will  help?to keep the laeome 09 to tbe Ha-  qnta^;.f^U^U90.,.;.:., ...������.- ^ ..?-..%  .'."Brltfjf'.'hen. house ..should. have two  rftnty. When o&si Is occured the other  thbuld be sown-ito ibome forage cr������^.  Swiss chard Is best, .but rape, turnips  and cloverare also good.  Fowl fanciers ji_d experts in the bureau of animal industry. Waahlagtop.  aire aspeiimeatlof Ywltb croesbreedlng  whetwhy the hen may crow feathers  ���������nffleMntly Tartegoted to be used tin  plae^ at Mrd plunui^e for millinery, j  Little turkeys ara the nest helpless  ��������� if all' mmltrjr, ,'ifmm ?*!!_!���������_ g*������t CSXG  |������������������tdd������������������������>4������itdddb������io(������d������f  ~ USS THS -*������ASLA5!.S PLANT *  The fertility of 4b������ soil ts sot  like a, baak account, which Is  tangible, in d^it, can always be 5  ���������d������WS,'eS--S.f'_SS G? _5C?9-'gSS_3 ?1  -   v?~s$ ts������ Wsss-':'&������ tea dspOSstSi*?���������'"<  * says the A*_ra_ican  Culttyator. j  * --he s^i Is an laveststeat with 2  I saay ouali^ias co_du_on_������>?*j  ^ namely,   available   plant   food, S  I ptayewsit wanuuna ruas& Gslxnssasts.- S  ^������������������<i������������iSi|������*������������������������(������������������������������������������������������������^  VALUE OF SWEET CLOVER.  Qtsokrnsn Awakening to ��������� Use of ths  Formerty Seeplssd Plant.  IO Farm and Fireside there appears  an.article abo^it "Sweet Cloversn as  extract from which roitpws: Y  Since colonlaV days there has grown  alohg ear roadsides a legume classed  as weed by farmers, weed eommls*  ���������lotos and ������T���������3 -spcrtm-Bjit station of-  flcera.      ���������   - yi? "    ���������   '   .  Until late years ������_e only steadfast  SEE THIS, TRUCK GROWERS!'���������l-'SSS-T %3* ISSbST "S* ������Z  SiSps-catlOQS  Here's a Homemade Hand Cultlvates-  "That Daas Esc*15s-5 Ail/erfcr  An excellent band cultivator for a  email _mck patch that will do eate^h  lent work can be made at very Kttle  cost. Get a front wheel from an old  ball tnarins btcyiclek Be sura you set  the complete bearings, .spindle and  acts, -te^������ off ths rabb^ tU^. Gs5  ths ._������ite*jrtias? jM'eees '-ref^,tfe?aghtes5?  lusaW poaslbte, but be sura the wood  Is tocshand g-trttls-t:'jar-feeds'.-*3s_"is  good: _^o pieces fo_ A, % by 2 by  36 Inches; two plecea f<n> B, % by 3  by 48 Inpbesr one piece for Q, 1)4 by  8 by 22 Inches. ;'   '  Through the front ts& of the.A  ___?���������_ _-Mk A __l_ ���������*** _!__ Cnmon -Sm  W. A, HBRON.  MANAGER  i-^-a^  __S__>:^__i:^__t__k:^:__i_fe..  easbnS;^fer'?y.si'ng  TJ Ui 5      S\l^llifjUl*UO  bomsmj-ob sum omvnvAToa.  spindle.*���������' Shave the ends thin enough  to cake* a washer inside and outside  and leave room for the nuts. Bore a  flve-sixtseutbs inch hole two inches  from the other end; also have tht'  ends of the B pieces to fit against the  ontsldef of .the A pieces two Inches  back of; the bearing holea at EL With  a little'stove bolt fasten tbem there.  Shapitj the other ends like plow ban*'  dies.: Seven laches from the lower end  of piece O bore a five-sixteenths inch  bole and two Inches from ; the top  end a ^seven-elgbtha inch hole. Bolt  the A pieces to O at D with ii flve-eix-  ceeaths Inch bolt three'and a half  inches Jour. Cut a broom handle to  eighteen Inches long and slip lt to tbe  middle'Id tbe hole at top of O and  fasten1 wltb small nails; Shave tbo  eads? te fit three-Quart-r t_c_ ho!e������3  W  ���������TO  m  uiouj      tsmvc* y ������u,t,creu  asalnst him, accusing him of scatter*  Sag tb������ eeed wfea maiicions intent.  ti This antagonistic attitude Is under-  gclag a ?e_ehge, and the agrlcultaral  press now contains many articles bf  itdek growmf who are loud In their  praises of this. tlnew discovery,'* which  p-^mfaee to ipake their pear lands a  proSi&bte sts^ rs_s������ for fcsrsss, cat  tte-and sheep.? .;  >: Protein is the most .expensive con-  stttuent of firm feeds. Comparative  analyse of ^reet eloper, aifalfia. red  clover, timotify and cowpeas showed  that only the^alfalfa aad eowpeas ex-  celled sweet ^clover ln percs^tage of  protein, the alftilfe by 1 per cent and  the eowpeaa by 8 per eent. Oonaldered  irom the standpoint of digestible natrt*  e-its, we find tbe following compara-  tlva values fi^ the different feeds:  ' '       .        "   **?.'- ���������'...?.-���������.,''_?_rtea.  ^Sfrcqit *cfiov*f* h*v ������������������������.........*..?..<..... $18.41 >--.������������������  Ai���������_fa bay ...j..........................  99.U1 ffV.  JRad elover ha*   M.U 1 **������������������������   ���������  TOortfe-- hay 1^,........     &$j |   ir^&  Ce**'W_k���������-^^.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������iij������������������������������������������������������������ tt.*J8  fihellsa corn .....................,......i Sd.il  (0  f-l  w Some Newspapers aiid Magazines of today are  ^ so full of cunningly worded advertisements giving  2k recipes which are worthless and expensive,1 ���������; .under  |^ the guise of beauty and health helps, that yoii  Sgl are wise to ignore these advertrseipents, and instead  5J insist on using Nyal's Fanjily Medicines, wb-cjti fjj\  are made by Druggists for Drug Stores, the forr  mulae in each case being supplied both'Drug Store  and customer.? We know what you are getting  snd you can know too.  m  /an  "fV?  m  ^[Nyal's   Peptonated   Beef,   Iron  ^     and Wine is a good Winter  Dollar Tonic.  m  m  M Grestoh Drug& Book Goe i  TO  m  ���������4*><*'.**.^.**'4?.iS!.mri>m!M  ......0^*^.*.*.....  ���������!���������������.. -v.   r~  3aHn|f the first ten or fifteen days pf   Make .he angle of A ahd* O at ft about  their! Uvea Tbey Should not be fed  until they are tblrty-elx boars old and  than ea wall baked asm bread cramha  When you want vour next job of  printing done, no matter what the job  is, bring it to the Review office. We  guarantee a Hrst-claua job and 9ur  prlcdfl aro right.  .,  At*a^S(?i?Ine���������Fer..H.e������a,, I i  5Co deteriatoe the y^l^e of alfalfa "w  for^forjtoM^thahd^^^ ii  the OfelahOPia experi*B?ist station Disc- X  'set? pigs averaging aboot 8e.vefi������y.*_va *  Pyu-us cficu 3b weight on ap aifaifs , %  fi^d in Apn^: At the end of a baa< '  tfred days the average daily gain was  twenty-six' one hundredths pound pet  head when ou alfalfa alone; on alfalfa  and all the dry corn chop they woQld  ait the' gald was 1_M pounds pel  h^ad and dev; on alfalfa and a hall  ration of c6ra( chop the gain was seven*  tenths pound.  ���������i", ��������������� .I.  Vatufef the Wheal Hea.  1 The wheel j hoe,a light cultivator to  b^ operated by man power, la regarded  w"tb amufiement by many who raise  p**i*-"*_ffa crona.   They _o������������ld������? \t * nice  little playthlhd for'the suburban real  dent and tbe* boy wltb a garden.   The  wheel hoe has. however, undeveloped  pcjwu.tiiucs f-(- real fnrm tool,   ror  Instance, If <fne Is kept near the kltch  en garden somebody Is likely to pick  l-r&reg^HStfrSi  _  -  ���������a*  v  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  ti-    (Best equ ipped Livery in Town)  All olass of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest stjlea of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale       Agent for the McLaughlin Maufg. Oo.      Horses for sale  -    4 - V  I am prepared to fill allordere, both by wire and mail, and meet all traiua  at any honr of the day or night.   Oomnerci-il men and landseelcers, will  ' receive prompt attention  Hi S.MeGreath, Prop  _-  _���������  IV'H  ������  m  I  Phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14  W  I  square.   Bore three-quarter Inch holes _ ��������� ���������  through the handle pieces B at; the iif op '������F-Mi^^'i_icbt"ai-i&''-_RBsS^  point Where the broom handle Will fit, ,j,d cultivate a dosen rows of vegeta  drive the ends In and secure with hies.   If the fearden had to wslt until a  amsll oalla I hdrse ������ould be spared with a reguiar  Mount the frame on ihe wheel.   Use cultivator -tt) might wait all summer,  say small cultivator oboe or (ibovct rruckers hse the wheel hoe for lnten  If the handles stand too high -cut ft ave crops.-Conoti*y Gentiemau.  little off tha lower and of O and set -  tha ahoa higher.���������Farm and BlrMUtab  MM  B������S  Idle  Iff you hfive il fow Wundred  er / lew tho-sand dellara  inai is idie,yoac*w ,f__������ ������*  work earning you good latet*-  ..... .TT. "       -       *��������� _ -. mm.    ��������� m  Sat    Wty    ymwm****    m*    frnfmrnmrn,     *m  Loao Ad. im our ClawtfUd  Want C^umn*.  *P*N>t������ with glH-edge cel-  laterai efipw re<|Mt������e   mmmj/  .. .   I   '        HI      ......     ..mmJl     *m .  VMH   ���������������������������������������    ���������������������������������������   mmm*    j^w���������-..    ...  tereatforlt. 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REMEMBER! The # ointment
you put on your child's skin gets
into the system just as surely as
food the child eats. Don't let
impure fats and mineral coloring
matter (such as many of the
cheap ointments contain) get
into your child's blood! Zam-
Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.
50c. Box at AU Dtuggisis end Stores.
y ���_*���������
Our Laces were awarded. Gold Medal *:
Lis  Festival of   Empire  aaJ   Imperial
Exhibition. Crystal Palace. 19!I.
STOCK COLLAR. 33 certs (ha!II
Mads bv ihe viz.z..*.g*-*s ih BLcrr.iN-Gii.vMsmss.
*��� *&> �� ��    Jfej Jk No. 100.
-- ~   -    - .PRtCE-
fea-.'B s
of Collars.
Ties. Fronts.
Sst9. Votes,
Jabots, ftc
trora .SO,
.50. .75 up.
F'-.o o"clc<ij
SiC, and
<hat can bs
mide ia Lac?. VarJ Lace
and ir.acrtlo'.i fcort   ��*fQ,
.20, .25 -'-> to 52. SO
per yd.
BeckW* entitled Aa
lat*resttst Hon. ledu.-
trr," Illustrating ov#r
!Q0 designs ol Pl.isv.
Lae��, cost fn-c to a:iv
part of ivor'-l. The
lice-:jia';er�� *.:���. vers
rtlaj of any *ir^���s,
however i�����!.
BIT.IS MovS-mulc
-PIULOV.' LACK ��..!.
���*���_��, aa* ocb.r.
Mrs.   Una
Ol'-ev.   BucKs
,e*it Behind
The other morning a tr'&l- ran Into
a junction rather behind its time, and
tbe passengers who had to change
and catch the corresponding train
tumbled out of the carriages arad
nrade a dash Tor the opposite aide of
the platform.
An old gentleman,
carriage, who had ruffled the feelings
ot his fellow-travellers by insisting ou
keeping his window shut, jtvmpod up
as tho train entered the station, pushed by the others, and tool*; his stand
at the door so as to he out at the
moment the train slackened sufficiently to enable him to alight with safety. Ho. had got three parts across
the platform when one of the passengers called out loudly to him".
I say, mister! Here! You've left
something behind.     Quick!
The old fellow came rushing back in
a state of wild anxiety. He was anxious not to leavo anything In the
one train and h�� was afraid ot losing
the other.
What���what is it? he gasped, peer-
i in .r iuto the carriage-
j     A   very   bad   impression,   said   the
facetious passeugei,  with the utmost
i ^,'vavir.y.
And at that moment both the trains
! moved off, and the old gentleman was
j left dancing about on the platform.
Bad Blood
!s the direct and inevitable retmit es
irregular or constipated bowels aad
cloraed-up kidneys and skin. ���Tfct
undigested food and other waste ms^
ter which ii allowed to accumulate
poisons the blood and the whou
Bystem. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Plat
act directly oa the bowels, regulating
them���oft the kidneys? fiiviag 'tSaoa?
ease and strength tonroperly filtert__
blood���and on the ssq, opening u��
, the pores. For pure blood and good
health take
Dr, Mors��'s   V
Ii.di-.s- Root  Pills
Sad Truths
'A word tovthe Wlaels.Impossible.
The wla�� ta!_ all the time.
Whom you do���do well.
Oho touch of graft makes, the whole
Crbssip' 6bnies, but aoandal lingers.
Avoid  th�� appearance of  evil.  It
"NiinarcTs Llnimer*- Cures Dai.drur?-
r _aa�� __- _ i . m _
*M_i#_ ^ m .1 fl f d
Ho  Knew
Dr. J.  M.  Buckley, the well kuowu
editor and divine, addres ing a New
York City Sunday school, related an
incident   that   greatly   interested   the
tliildren.      He told of meeting a ragged, hungry  looking little  girl in the
streef on a ftia'.cr -lay, and when he
Quest.ion.--d   her   she  rreited  a   ijltiful
tale   of   a   iri ok   mother  and   younger
brothers and    .sisters    without    food.
After  giving  hor a   silver  dollar  the
; good   doe cor   followed   at   a   safe   dls-
! laiH-e to see whi'.t -she would do with
I ihe  aiouey.
! Now, t'hiidrei*, wltat do you sup-
! powe was the i.vst i.bmg she bought
' w'rv.  I'l-io"-  a.^ii,>>���*    ������<;-'    7v*     ��� ueklev'
< Kami ? up-
'; Up weiv ihe I:-.nils, and one child j
| ruler anotiier ventured a guess, but
i none prove 1 c. .reei. Finally a lit-
j tie boy whopo upraised hand alone re-
. inained was .-"-.-? km: for ai-- answer to
������ ib--   ouo^cien
��� A   baskvt,   he   sunj*;  ont.
ror veer.    ���:.������'   the   dcK'.tor.    There's
! a   i-oy   'A'lie   1 it Inks.    Now,   son.  come
i ;rp be:-.- on ".rie platform aad tell us
| >visy  yo\t   -.iiink  I:  was  a  basket.
}     After e.oiisid*?rabIt   coaxing the boy
i I'osniiAfi    T'lia       T."iori*.M*Ti^        l>tif       ��3AiTVs,ri*l
*    *. ^^ ^   ^.% *��� ^&. ^^.^^. x.' s ��x x.  m*m   ���   x.*mm x^ v* ^ Iv ii��  mm mmx,.^ mm
| tuiwiliing to lalic.      Go on. urged the
I doctor.     I want these boys and girls
! to  learn to  Yrdnk.  too.
>     The   boy   hesitated,  and   Dr-   Buck-
j ley -. >ok from his    pocket    a    silver
| "inarter.      I'll give you this, he said,
| if you'll  toll    us    whsir     makes    you
I think tbe little girl bought a basr  i
! f.rs-
I     Because,  sea ni moved the youngster,
��� at   last  moved   by   tbe   sight  of  the,
j money,   i  was   over  in  Hobokern  last
j Sunday an-",  h^  n.l you  tell  the  story
How Monarchs Sleep
One might- imagine that Shakespeare's words: Uneasy'ilea-the head,
that wears a crown," could bo taken
literally after noting the manner in
which some of our most important
sovereigns take their rest.
The Czar of Russia has a small
plain bedroom, and reclines upon a
bed of soldierly hardness.
Japan's ruler, the Mikado, evidently considers that what suffle'les forjils
subjects is good enough for their ism-
peror. and sleeps on a. rug with bamboo sticks for a pillow.
A camp-bed with the plainest accessories is the Kaiser's choice, and tho
Sovereigns of -Italy ami Austria sleep
upon small iron bed*.
It might be supposed that King
George's* nav���". career would bavo given him a predilection for the hartl.
plain mattress*- But not so, both ho
and Queen Mary prefer to sloop in
such quarters us ono usually associates with lloyalty. King Allonso
also follows in their wake.
Merely Logical .���
Boss, complained the famous twlr*
ler, I'm all run downl
I don**i worader, sharply answer��*!
the "manager of tho team. . You've
been tiring to aavj your arm by pitching without winding up.
Better Name
Vlotlm of Stroot Car Accident
(glancing at caller'* card)���I gueae
you're an ambulance chaser, aren't
Lawyer, (blandly)���That's rather
a cruel name, old man. Why not
call me a -ottleineht worker.
You cannot afford brain-befogging headaches. -
NA��DI_U�����0 Meadsetfie Wafers
stop them la quick-time and clear your head.   They
do not oontain either phenacetln, acetanllid, morphine,
"optum or any other dangerous dragv 25o. aboxal
your DrugglsfsY    : .-���>.-.������-^ Ja^
NATIOrl*!*. DRUQ A^�� CHEMIOSS. ��S. ��?'CAKft��*,? -SSSSTSBi *
A-'-tifyaziory.-. ?'. i
Oh, dear, sighed her husband's wife,
I can't find^a pin any*v.*her_!   I wonder where they go to.
That's a difficult question to answer,
replied his wlfe'^ husband,..'because
they are alway- pointed in one direction and headed In another;
Protect the child from tho ravages
of worms by using Mother Graves'
"Worm Exterminate t. It is, a standard remedy, and years cf uso have
enliauced its reputation.
How's This ?
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. ���
I-\   .T.   CI 11-:SPA'   *   co-   Toledo,   o.
AVtX th* imdersipiiod. have Known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bollovo him perfectly honest In all business
transjiotioris ana nnanctaiiy able, to carry
ont  a.i*.-.*  obhsntlons  nnuls by  hla firm.
Toledo, O.
Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting dlrcotlv noon tb�� blood and raucous surfaces bf ttw-> system. Testimonials
sent free. Pt-ioe *.""> ccnta per bottlo.
Sold by nil  (IrusRlsts*.
Takft Itali's Family Pills for constipation.
How long do you suppose a man can
go without air';
Hard to tell. The longest alceplug-
car trip I ever took occupied seven
"lho consumption of coffee In France
haa just about doubled ln the last BO
A Tightwad
Fred���Brown is an awful tightwad.
Maud-r-Is he?
Fred���I should say as much. Ho
won't even tell a story at his own expense.
Y3o ������.Thpug'htful
Wife���What time did you get ?iomo
last-aight?   ���
Husband���-Eleven thirty!
Wife���I sat up until 12.
Husband���Yes. I sat on the ..-ont
steps until you reti.'ed, so as not to
disturb yo*_.
Cab. Hurhcr
Old Lady���Does your horse ever shy
at Motors?
, Gabby���Ijor bless yer, no, lady; tie
didn't even sby at the flrst railway
BL ll    V-1
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Specimen of Rare Bird
The- zoological division of .the museum of the  geological survey at Ottawa, has recently secured a specimen
of an extremely rare bird.
This bird is called Corey's Least
Bittern, anl according tc-S. A. For_-
erer, who Is in charge of the division
only r.bout 35 specimens have been
captured. The one now at the museum was taken near Point Pelee, Esses County, Ontario.
���Vlinard's Liniment for sale everywhere
~? EI* 4& e5fc 14^. AM  Use a in I'rench
_Br*#^L_~B'Wi",��   Hospitals with
��rcat-mc'.'esi, cunnsciirto:iicWKA!'.:;F.?s.t.osr vigo*
���"���at-CKI*..-. CO. 05. BKEKMAM ST. MEW YORK orLYMAN BROS
Mrd.co,iiaveustockUd,mampstrad, London, enq.
trvnewdilagkei,tastki.rss)fonm0p  rasy to ta��
oon-jenlal neortlowoi-U nt home: make
from threo to flvo ilollnrs por Uay deco,.���-
���".tlns cushion tenia. Armour Art Co.,
Dent.   13.,  Brcdulbuun  Bloc::,   Winnipeg.
Try Murine   Eye Remedy
If you have Red, Weak. Waterv Eves
or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't'Smart
~Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist? Sell
Murine Eye Remedy. Liquid, 25o, 50c.
Murine Eye Salve in As-eplic Tubes,
2Sc,   5l)o. " Eye   Hooks   Free  by  Mail.
���   An Ky�� T��nlo Ooort for All Ky���� tlmt Need Car a
IHurlne  ��y��  Romody   Co..   Chloaco
Suspicions Character
[.uiiu out    for    tlio    bachelor    who
tlocsn'l   loll   you   how   you   ought   to
trail*., your    icy.      j[o    probably    bas
-tno ulterior motive.
Both Ways
A wh te man during reconstruction
times was arraigned before a colored
justice of the peace ��:��r l-lling a
man and stealing his mule. It was
in Arkansas, near the Texas border,
ard there wf.s some rivalry between
the states, bit*, the colored justice
tried always to preserve an impartial  frame of .ninrl.
Wc got two kinds ob law in dis
yero eo't, he said, Tersas law and
Arkansas law.     Which will you hab?
The prlroner thought a minute and
then Kuesf. 1 that ho would lilio the
Arkansas   ':x
Den I discharge you fo' stealtu' de
mult' and hang yuu fo' killin' de
Ilo'.? o.i a minute, jiulfto, said the
nriso * T. Hotter mako that Texas
All right. Dei. I nn' you for kill-
in" de man an' bans; you for stealing
do mule.
A Fearful Revenge
The butcher v. as being contintially
robbed of meat by a large torn cat belonging to a next door neighbor. Finally his temper got the better of him
and ne poisoned the animal.
Next morning the owner of the cat
found it lying stiff and stark before
his door.'* He knew at onco who had
committed tlie dark deed, but without
a word he took the dead cat indoors.
That night the shop wa* thronged
with sausage buyers. Suddenly when
the crowd was thickest, the outraged
neighbor elbow��-" his. way through the
people and threw upon the chopping
block- the dead body of the huge black
There you arc. sir, he said. That
makes thirty-live, I'll bring the fifteen
others when you're not so busy
Hay and   Corn
Aren't you going away for your
hay fever this yeai?
Have  you   outgrown   it?
Not at all. I got in wrong on
It means c*__e_l of the highest possible quality.
It means cement tested by experts whose authority it final at aU our D__t.
It means cement acknowledged! by engineers, architects and hundreds of thousands
OS farmers to *u!fi! every requirement of scienbficaiiy made Portland cemenL
It mean** a cement that is absolutely reliable, whether used fox a great bridge cr
(or a concrete watering trough.    You can use
Canada Cement
with complete confidence that your concroto Jwort will bo thoroughly aatijfactosy.
You oughir io navo cola conaaencc in die cement you u��o, because you bave not th*
facilities for testing ita qualities, auch as are at the disposalI of thee���_ineer*i��� charge of
big contracting jobs.
These engineers know that when cement has passed the testa made upon it at Canada
Ceraent mills, it will pass all their tests, -   '
And this same cement is sold to you for your silo, your foundations, your feeding-floor,
your milk-house or your watering-trough..
Used ���ccordin* to tha {directions in our izea book "What tho Farmer c_i <_>������*���U Coucraio," Caaada
Cemeat esTer tails to giro satisfactory results. Write for tho book, h not only telts you how to ini*
ana Dl&e_ canctmtm. !>t��* v#ll| ��!���*> ��uj-**C9t ecciss of ^ssss fof it Gil ycur farzs. s^ry r^^s cf th-ss ���* **���-;*
to yon.   Is asking lat tho book you do not incur the slightest obligation.
There Is  _ C_--d_ Ce-aen. Dealer in Youf Nsighborhood
^ Address: Farmers'Information Bttrtau
Canada Cement Company Limited.  Montreal
Economy in not A'oIiik without the
Uii us we need when wo have the
monoy (o buy it. Economy is not.
keophiA a good thing on the top oholt
and using a noor one because it will
do. Economy is making tho most of
what wo have, and getting things that,
will holp v..i to do better as fast as
��� *e earn the     oney to buy them.
The Athletic Butter
Tho bread i3 heavy.
Well, when you got it buttorod turn
it over, as tho butter is strong enough
to hold It up.
A.   goiitlonifin   gnv-.-   a   lai*i.-v   .'l-u..-*r
purty In Dublin oucc, ami iinucil Mr.
O'Connor, ono oi' lho wltilcsr. iivu lu
tlie EiiH'rald IhI<.- lo ainuso anil ilivor*.
his  guests.       Mr.   O'Connor  uc-ronicd
tho  Invitation    wllh    plo-isiiro.      Bui
from tho begi.uiitig to tho ond ot" tlio
dinner lie pr:-:-u?r-.'cd a solemn and s��-i*-
loua Li(i>,      The    host    thought    this
vory   .itraiigo.  ;.ud  just  bc��forc   rising
Trom iho talilo roiuitt'kcd to him .iem-
ingly:   Why.  O'Connor,   old   t'ellow.   I
dou'c belli.**. ���-���   ih''  h'^rr'-''   i'l'ul in  Ill-
land   coiihl  jr.aho   yon   latifJli   tonight.
Whon'ti'inii   h'��  gin-Hi   niiMvi-i-i-d   in   a
'.'j+olfMim  lono.  nn'.ahiug  hi.,  llr.-n,  wm-d
Mini. !-��� von ini':  ' i.*v.
Pills That Have Benef.t.i:'. Thousands.���Known far and noar as a suro
rt-nipily In the treatment oC indigestion uud all derangements o_ the
stomach, liver and kidneys, Parmeleo's
Vogotablo PUls hnvo brought rollct to
thousands when other specifics havo
fiiilod. Innumornblo testimonials can
bi.- -,...-i*.:t;-ed to csiabilsii tho truth of
this aKHcrtion. Onco tried thoy will
bn found supei'lor to nil other pllla ln
lliu Jxi'ntnvnt of the ailuicr-.ta for
whlini  tlioy aro prescrlbotl.
; Kl D N
fiOr: ����� . n* or- ftlv nnvc-i for %'.* **,n
at alt dealcra. or Tlv: Dod.li. Mnll-
clne Comp;-i.y, * iivlisd, Toronto,
Rool<:;  and  Bncon
A liiiuoi', who was proud ot his boy's
���liiiiiuniiMits at "-i-hool, ouo evening
plclicil ui�� a lionio-lesson book and
rond from it ii iiuolntlou which ran
!ik<* thh": Sniun boolrs uhnuld he titstod
������ml woiiu* hwnllowed, and somo chow-
od   and   digpstod.   Hncon.    Turning
io his hoy, ho Hold.
W��i-I.';-; thi;-, sonnlo? Thou doesn't
< . , biui! . al i.i'ln.i.l, ilor-i, 1ha? T
know you arc very clover but. you can-
i.ot do ihi'.so nuny-gofif. trlcl.:*i. I'm
suro. I'll wiirniut that'll bo ono of
Dioiui  printor'H  errors,  nonnlo.
Oh, no, fathor, mild the boy. Metaphorically Hptmklug, wo on I, IiooUh.
Now, you fiinnnt. -.Ilililln nio lllio that
iiabl llin father. 1 didn't go to nchool
vi.iy long, but I lien lluil.'ii ono of
tiiom* prlnlor'H orrortt. Why, fioiiule,
,..r. Cum: no!. :���(���:���'.' I l"'.i jiui tin-, wuvil
!!uoii In Ih'- wrong plnco. li
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Kirllll'     M1. .1 11(1 V. I'll,     .Hill t.lllllr'
and   digested.     I'.iinl'M,
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i'i I,   .li.:  l.l.l'.i'
lull:-!   cl'i.ii'
( No, un!
van MOTucpc
Who Do Not Recover Their Strength
as They Shnuld
Every mother who falls to regain
her health and 8l;cngth nl'tir coiiiino-
ment iioodB a tonic. Tho years ol!
wenknefss rind Buffering which so often follow nro imuecessnry i.nd "easily
avoided. The fact that hor strength
docs not. rotun Is a certain Indication
that her blood supply bus ��� con overtaxed and Is impoverished. . Thia condition is often mado worflo when the
mother talcr-a up her hoii.iohold duties while sho Is still weak, whon a
complete breakdown result.!. Tho
strength a weak niothov needs can
ho ciulckly foun" lu the lo: '.j trcat-
inent with I>r. Willlaiiis* i'lnic FJllu.
Theso Pills inereaso and enrich thn
blood supply. 'u1'l thus hrlng honllh
nnd stronglli fo lho exhaii'ded |-iysT.om.
"Mvc ltobt. 1,11 tlo hr.y*: "T h:\vo nur'tcd
for upwards of twonty-llvo ycar;i, and
1 could rolnlo many canes, relieved
ami cured. Ihrongh lho run, of* Dr.
"WIUUiniH' Pink PIUh. Tu inii'cowilty
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HUM >titiy;mtim^$^M  "���������������������������'<������������������ "if^mt<7.'0f!*Kmm  *>y������?*BH|  a*_^sP  THE REVIEW, CBESTON, B. C,  ���������������^'QO*&>'&tt&^'tt<&$&^&$&>&  1 OF FLOWER:  it _oid a Story wstsaeat  Worrtis  By EMILY WESTBROOK   |  Mrs. Van Tromp of New York was a  tbe trotter.   She was a wiSow with  daughter, Madeline, -who was obllg-  i_ to trot with, her mother, but would  isSher hare remained at home, for Miss  Madeline was a sensible girl and, al-  [though  not averse to seeing foreign  tis? was not minded, to spend her  re In circling the world.  In their wanderings the Van Tromps  [teond themselves In Bombay,  India,  sivlirg dons .that country" so far aa  men tourists could. Mrs. Van Tromp  ljas much impressed with the display  * wealth of the l'tilera and especially  J!-* jewels with, which they decorated  liee-iselr.es,.for ornaments are dear to  mo feminine "heart   It is quite likely  ���������������at if la rajah/covered from his waist  with gems, had asked for the hand  her* daughter she would have given  _r'consent instanter?  But a globe trotter cannot remain In  re place or the term would be a mis-  mci*.   The Vaii Tromps left the city  ''������'"Bombay to pail across the Arabian  'Sea" *md  pass  tlirotigli  the  Bred  and  fediierrnnean seas to London.    Such  journey in n single vessel requires a  k**e*!i deal of time, and those cooped up  '_ctbor in her are apt beforo tbe end  become pretty well acquainted.  . Van Tromp was sitting one day  la-dec-k in a steamer chair reading an  ic'novel when the wind blew her  eil off her head* nnd sent lt sailing  era.    It was picked up Dy a gentle-  sn with a tawny, drooping mustache,  'fco handed it to.her with a profound  w. ��������� He was so distinguished looking  hat instead of giving him the conven-  ;'������ri*"i thanks that sbe would havo ae-  fordnl an ordinary person she bestow-  ?i them with bev most charming smile.  he 'gentleman assured  her that she  afn-* ..welcome, aud   further  remarked  but since '������_e day was a trifle windy  -rriiaps ho had better Dud a move pro-  ���������ae'Jed-spot for her.    Fhe accepted the  _er. and the gentleman removed her  hair and rugs to the Ieo side of the  Lrire'ess   telegraph   office,   where   she  Van more-comfortable.  Now, Mrs. Van Trom"? was a woman  fifty, while the gentleman conld not  | S-ffi-SSSF--IM������������������������_ the ohlesS *lhi_-msjj  tn tnHastA. Bo furtfcermaro k* It to  _3������������s'::i!������t' -_������ __-ra__* ���������=_*- a ��������� __e_-  ������fip-and __ Al health.  ���������Sfela vas quite Yemrog- ?te indue������  Mia. Van Tromp to lay pleas for a _&-  ton between Mr. Mack-ridge and hat  taughter. __s mother cast off her re-  gr-et; that she couldn't marry Madeline  to a rajah aad became l������t������_ested !s  _S9  aiore  ffSV.vU.Qo.hiv bCuks3i9 wa iSa"-.  tying her to a man who was likely to  become a marquis. _Sss Srst t_s.9  after having loceived this Information  that Mr. Mackridge joined ber and her  Ssughter on deck she mad������ an jxcuso  io go below la order to leave tbem together.  Hiss Van Tromp had become such a  traveler that she was not averse to  picking up acquaintances during a voyage, bnt she seldom became familis-  with them. Mr. Mackridge evinced a  desire for ber companionship, bnt  found as the Journey proceeded tbat  be was not permitted to come to terms  of intimacy. Mrs. Van Tromp watched his attentions to her daughter an&  IS TH������ WHITE J50AT  C^asScst' 'Cf_spx_s_  _sitt Seme Carious  _������eo_rfo*-S They Hat������ _f_4..  _ja umpire In a cricket match has  soft ususu-lly a very exciting time.  But there have been occasions when  tbi&gs have happened even to this  impassive and phlegmatic individual.  On one occasion an umpire shared  tht common fate of the stumps, and  was bowled clean off bis pins by a  ball which took him in. the small of  the back. It waa a leg hit of terrific  force, and the umpire, Boeing lt coming, turned round, thinking a smack  U the baok preferable to one in another place.  But not only 414 the ball -Stock the.  great man down but lt rebounded Into  tbo wlcketkeeper's hand, and when  the umpire had regained his breath  aad legs he promptly gave the offending batsman "Oot."  Tfhe Land af the Midnight Sun  ought to be an Ideal venue for cricket  matches seeing that the day Is twenty-four hours long, and seeing there  Is ao real necessity, except death from   m over exertion of the fielding side, to  could not understand why "MadeUm | _*������'���������   "tumps at all.  There lai a story  _������,._������--,--_ --.*���������������i-���������������-^__ told of _ mate- in Lapland which  excited the natives so much that they  1  tuodomt rrr o_ir> that a man bho_Tj������  BU CAItBYXNO r_0W_B8.  avo been much over thirty. Thero  ,fua tlioroforo no Impropriety in hor  iii ter Jug Into conversation with him  -bout t,L"> wen ther, tho on mil occnslon-  tl by so long n court aement within  rwi'b  narrow limit?*, nhd othor small  Jk Incidental to shipboard. Tho gen-  Icnuin spoko with an IQngllnh accent  iiuh as Mm Van Tromp had heard  mong certain swell acquaintances alio  [Wwl made In London,   Whllo they wero  n I ting    Miss   Mndollno   en mo   up  -anting tlie wind and joined hor  llo'Othur.  "My daughter, Mr. ~~~-/* wild Mrs.  |*fcn Tromp by wuy of Introduction,  flopping tor hor uow found friend to  ;>ply tlie detldcncy of hla namo.  "Mad-ridge."  ���������"Mr. Mackrldgo linn boon kind onough  Keep my veil from going overboard  'mil to movo my rbnlr out of tho wind."  The ���������cn!!c������.-ifln bftwofl, nnd M1m Van  fromp inclined her head fn rocognl*  don, Ho provided her with a chair  [Hint slood nonffind resolved an Invllra-  ion trom hor motlior to occupy ono  ������Jm_eh In their compnny.  This wns tho begfrjnlng of ono of  jSioeo toinist nciinnliitniiccs that, In-  (jbrmnlly mndc, often ripen into atrong  ,'rlondflhlps. Mr. MncUrlduo was os-  !r.!ly r.llzrAlrc to )Sra. Van Tromp,  tho wns oopBclnlly gratified at bolng  n object of con*i.'1***riitli>n  from ono  much yonngor tlinn uui-uolf, ������iu������l who  ���������anrded It n proof that ho nnd b������"on  ���������iroiigfit up by ioqi������ nrlntocratlc family  no bad not Droit on nwny fiom tlio  fcrtim.kiiu in  ������������-������liifi-l  tin' Hum.     Tliim  vin.y  flfj connrmedby Mr.' Meekrtdg** blm-  If,   who  whon   i������<ni'������ed  of It  von-  'rfutmi it, ntntin������ iluH b������i wat* Uim n������*_i  /uugor brottuur of  tho  Uoratit* of  gave no more cordial response.  "My dear," said the politic mother,  **if you would be moro civil to Mr.  Mackrldge lt might be of great benefit  to us. tie toils. me that nis brother  bas a house. In London and is usually  tb-re during ths season. "Wo may bo  invited there and meet many persons  of rank."  "I thought his brother was a bachelor. Bachelors don't usually entertain."  "Oh, Madeline, you don't grasp  things as you should. Tou will never  take the position you should because  you have no push. The fact that Mr.  Mack-ridge's brother is a bachelor  should lead you all the more, to cultivate --j-''  "I have thought, mother, dear, that  you preferred I should cultivate Mr.  Mackridge himself.''  .'.Mrs; Van Tromp made a: grimace,  but accorded no reply to such stupidity, for she certainly considered any  girl stupid who would encourage a  younger- brother of a marquis, even  though the marquis himself was in bad  health.        .  During tho passage of the Bed sea  Mr. Mackrldge continued his attentions, and Mrs. Van Tromp was pleased that Madeline seemed more disposed tc accept them. This acceptance  could not be co-astrued to mean encouragement, but Mrs. Van Tromp felt  more hopeful, and Mr. Mackridge took  advantage of it to be more attentive.  He gained a point with Mrs. Van  Tromp by letting, out the fact that he  was a captain In a British regiment  stationed in India, all the officers of  which were noblemen. He had procured a leave of absence to go bome,  having been Informed that bis brother,  the marquis, was failing rapidly.  After receiving this additional Information Mrs. Van Tromp conceived the  idea cf going ashore in Captain Mack-  ridge's company on the s_ip's arrival  at Gibraltar. Ke, being a British officer, would doubtless be band in glove  with the officers of the garrison and  would be able to secure for the Van  Tromps special privileges. She hinted  to Mackridge that she wouid be pleased to have him with her and her  daughter when tbey visited Gibraltar, and he accepted the invitation  with alacrity. But when they reached  the port the captain was confined to  his stateroom with a severe indisposition and was unable to leave tbo ship.  All went well witb the trio who  wero performing this little comedy  during tho latter part of tho voyage.  Just before leaving the steamer Captain Mackridge managed to obtain a  largo bouquet of flowers. Whether ho  bought them from a bumboat or they  bad been ' titivated aboard the ship  riniv* -not mntter. Tho important feature Is that ho presented them to Miss  Van Tromp The gift was made whllo  tho mother and daughter, accompanied  by tlio captain, ,w������re about to uass  down tho gangway. The young lady  Inhaled their n������>rfumo and started  down for tho dock with them ln ber  left hand, carrying a piece of band  baggage in hor right On reaching tbe  dock sho suddenly remembered leaving  somo article In her stateroom.  "Plcano .&ko tbese,"' she snld to  Mackrldge, bonding him tho hand baggage and hor bouquet, "and keep them  till I return. I'll be back ln a fow minutes."  Mnckrldgo took tho articles, n certain  whiteness appearing about his mouth  end an anrlcty In his oyco as ho did  so. Miss Van Tromp ran np tho gangway, passing with difficulty those coming down, ond disappeared within tho  ship. A customs inspector, who was  watching for smugglers, noticed a gon-  tloman standing with a largo bouquet  In his band and pondered. Hnd a lady  boen carrying it hlo attention might  not hnvo boon attracted. Suspicious ns  All custom houuo officials arc, bo  thought It odd that a man nhould bo  carrying flowors, and possibly It might  bo usod as a means of couceallng dull n bio goods.  ���������Til *i*i������Mr into thnt, -ntr, 11" yrtu jiliMifi**,"  ho said to Mnckrldgo.  Tho whiteness about tho latter'u  mouth ttiiiiod to n sickly pallor ns tbe  lnspoctor took tho bouquet from his  hands. Pulllns it apart, several nrtl-  clco wrapped ln whlto t'nsuo paper fell  on the dock. Tho Inspector picked  thom up, unwrapped ono and a largo  diamond glistened in tho sunlight.  V.rbc- Madeline Van Tromp rdolr.  ed her mother sho found her nlono.  ������������������Whore's Captain MACkrirtgo?" mho  asked.  '���������Cone under nrrcrt for smuggling."  And sho recounted tlio discovery of lho  Jowols.  "Aim nil he wi'iit-eu or me,'1 t'uiti  Mndollno, "was to cony tlio bouquul  anhoro for hlni. I Nuiipnctod koiiiiv  thing or the Ulnu nml turn*- it bai'k  (nto his hands on pnrpoi*."  organised a return match to start at  oae o'clock���������-the first hour after midnight. The gentleman visitor, who  toils the story, officiated as umpire,  clad in his nightshirt and standing at  his bedroom window! /  Probably the most remarkable decision on record was in this wise. Tho  batsman had had a box of matches���������-  evidently not cricket matohes���������in his  pocket and the ball ignited the whole  contraption. As the match quickly  reached "the quick," the batsman began to tear at his clothes and pads  Ilka & maniac, and, of course, got out  of his ground.  The tall had gone to short-slip who  shied the wicket down and claimed ������.  "ran out" beforo he realized th������ pervious state of the batsman. However,  the umpire, seeing smoke Issuing  from the batsman's lower extremities  luckily put short-slip ���������'���������'wise.'- -'"tjarn-t  give 'im howt, sir. The gent's afire!"  wero his words.  Some young players in one of the  parks, beiug hard-up for an umpire,  roped in a spectator who happened to  he a Hibernian. In the first over leg-  before - >peal was made to the Celt.  "How's that?" said tho bowler.  "How's that yersilf," said the umpire.  "Just plaze yersilf, me bhoy, how it  is; ye know a fine dale moor about  it than I do."  Probably the most amazing decision ever given by an umpire, who  was really supposed to know something of the game occurred in a village match some time ago. After a  single run had been scored by ;he  players, who then made no attempt to  ru i again, the umpire loudly shouted,  "Short run!"  The verdict was hailed with a perfect tornado of laughter, uut the umpire did not seem to realize that only  a second or subsequent run could be  short.  In an up-country match in Australia, a ball hit the bails and smashed  them, so a piece of wattle, undivided  In the middle, wss laid across the tot>  of the stumps. With his next ball the  bowler sent the middle stump flying  and  tumbling twenty  yards.  But the wattle, reclining peacefully on the leg and off stumps, was undisturbed. The umpire gavo the batsman "Not out!"  A FISHTING RAGE.  of  Thov's Hammer Still Used.  The fishermen of Whitby (Ens.)  would never dream of venturing out  of port without a little hammer-shaped bone, from the head of a sheep,  Ifown as "Thor's hammer," as this  little object is a very special charm  against drowning. The mole's foot  la also a "suro" cure for toothache or  cramp���������according to locaiitr. Amputated limbs are ln some cases preserved so that the cripple may not be deficient in this respect in the next  world.  At Scarborough an old peasant has  como to be regarded as almost a wizard, for the country folks from round  about cow- Iv _!_i for relief froui  rheumatism. His "cure" consists of  i. -jopper bangle and ring, and on either end of tho VrueIo two small-bore  brass cartridge cases aro wedged.  Theso charms are sold to the patient.  In Suffolk a girl always keeps her  flrst tooth; then when she marries  and has a child the tooth is suspen '-  ed about the Infant's neck duri: g  toothing, ao lt ls said to bring Instant  relief.  Theso superstitions mostly exist in  tho counties which are washed by the  North Sea. Doubtless tbey aro survivals of the days of the bold Viking  n^rauders.���������Ireland's Own.  wby   Britain   Left   the   Interior  Soma-iland.  \   Somaliland, the scene of this severe  reverse, is an arid waste divided"-up  between Great Britain, Italy, France,  and Abyssinia. .  The present Somali  iV-oples are possessed of no general  type and their physical characteristics  vary considersbly, showing signs of  Interbreeding with Arabs, Abysslniahs  and negroeB. They are a race of magnificent physique, tali, active, and robust.   Negro blood is shown in their  frequently   black   complexions   and  wooly hair.   The Somali are a fighting race.    All go armed with spear,  shield, and short "sword, as woll as a  gun, when it ls obtainable. During the  rains Incessant intertribal lootings of  cattle   take   place.    Among   certain  tribes those who have killed a man  have the right to wear an ostrich feather in their hair.    Somaliland was  one of the last tracts of Africa to be  explored by Europeans.   The occupation of Aden by the British in 1809  proved the starting point in the opening up of the country, Aden being the  ehief port with which the Somali of  tis opposite coast '-taded^   Th������ British Somaliland i_oteetorate extends  along the Gulf of / <Ien for about 400  miles,   and   stretches   inland   to   a  breadth varying from 80 to 200 miles.  About 50,000 people are settled in the  coast t-wns; the rest are nomads, who  aro almost constantly giving trouble.  Tho British connection with tho Somali coast dates from the early years  of the last century, but British authority was not definitely established,  and in 1654 Richard Burton's expedition was   attacked   at Berbera.    In  1874 the ambition of Ismail Pasha,  Khedive of Egypt, led him to occupy  ths posts of Tajura, Berbera aiid Bul-  har, as well aa Harrar In the hinterland. Ten years later, in consequence  of the revolt of the Mahdi  in  the  Egyptian. Soudan, th������ Khedlvlai gar-'  risons were withdrawn.   Thereupon,  Great Britain, partly to  secure the  route to the East via tho Suez_Canai,  occupied Zalia, Berbera and tsulhar,  officials being sent from Aden to govern the posts.    Treaties guaranteeing  British    protection    were   concluded  with various Somali tribes, and the  boundaries of the protectorate were  defined by agreements with France,  Italy,  and  Abyssinia.    In  1899   Mohammed    bin    Abdullah,    popularly  known as the Mad Mullah, flrst came  upon the scene.   Ho had made several pilgrimages to Mecca/where he  had attached himself to a sect which  enjoined strict observance of tho tenets of Islam, and placed an interdict on the use of the leaves of the  kat plant, much sought after by, the  coast Arabs and Somali for their stimulating and   intoxicating   properties.  At first the Mullah's influence was  exerted for good,  and he  kept the  tribes over whom he had control at  peace. Accredited with the possession  of supernatural powers, he gathered  around him a strong following.    In  the next few years Britain suffered  several disastrous reverses and during  thi first months of 1910 the advanced  posts were withdrawn and the British administration   confined   to the  coftst tows*���������.   lit support of this decision it was urged that it was no good  pursuing people whom it was impossible to catch, that the isolated posts  in the interior had not been able to  protect the friendly tribes, and that  the semi-desert nature of the country  did not justify any attempt at economic development.   Before the withdrawal arrangements were made for  arming and organizing the tribes in  the Protectorate in their own defence.  WHY SCOTSMEN SUCCEED.  England's Inferior Education Is Alleged  as  a  Reason:.  Harold Spender, in a recent London News says:  The vivid pen picture of English  private schools given to ths Kous6 of  Commons by the Minister of Education have come as a shock. Bothe-  boy Hail, it seems, stiii flourishes in  our midst, and the work of Dickens  requires to be done over again.  Matthew Arnold pointed this out  with all his power a generation ago,  and the story has been since repeated  by many brilliant writers and critics.  But the English people are .deaf, and  ln hundreds of cases parents prefer to  send their children to these schools  even when there ave the very-best free  public school;- round the corner. Bad  education seems somehow always to  consort with "gentility."  But now certain remarkable signs  are appearing. The boys from the  council schools, profiting by a thorough training at the most impressionable years, are Invading our secondary schools and universities, and  compelling the middle classes to looK  the facts in the face. The other day  ten council school boys appeared as  wranglers at Cambridge. I am informed that in many of the secondary  schools of the L.C.C. winners of* scholarships often rapidly take the lead  of the middle-class children.  At the universities the public  schools-still keep an Iron band over  thrj sports, but in matters of education they are often beaten by boys  from the grammar schools and the  council schools. It is clear that a  great crisis In education is approaching. The middle-class parent will  have to wake up if he and his offspring are to avoid defeat In the  struggle. A national comparison r:-  veals the same facts. In secondary  education England is far behind both  Scotland and Wales. The higher education of Scotland, stimulated by the  great boon of the Carnegie Trust, is  moving steadily forward both iu the  schools and in the universities.  The result is seen by the fact that  the unhappy English boy, thou&'i  born of a stock certainly not less gifted, ia too often beaten by the Scots  boy in the competition for all thr;  higher offices and posts, both of learning and business. The attitude of the  middle class in England is, indeed,  one that exceeds onder. They pay  the education rate, but in nine cases  out of ten they refuse to avail themselves of it. They actually pay in  order that their children should receive a far worse education than the  working classes receive without paying another penny.  Exhausted with the expense of paying for bad schooling they often find  themselves, at the critical moment,  unable to start their children in life.  Thus they lose the one great financial  handicap that they have over their  working-class competitors. Meanwhile, these parents are too often unnecessarily obsessed with the middle-  class habit of sending their children  away from home-���������a habit produced  by the lack of good secondary schools  fvealy distributed throughout the  cons.���������"���������"*; Bv sencIn0* their children  away they lose control over their lives  and they sacrifice all influence over  thoir characters.  And then they ar������ surprised to find  that at the age when life is opening  to their children they have lost all  parental control, and have not even  obtained any superior educational  value.  HEBE AND HEREAFTER  SIR  OLIVER LODGE ANNOUNCES  CERTA1NTV OF -RtMORTALlT-T.  Celebrated    British    Scientist    After  A, .-������t -*l.-~.    Xl^m    -AS-f^.,4.     S>im.iJX     rri^-Xf.     Xm  App������y,I������g  xHS SxGSif iiJfciu   xCSio   *xr  Spiritistic Phenomena For--Many  Years Has Arrived at the Conclusion That Their Reaii'y Is-Bcyond  Question.  It will be remembered that W. T.  Stead, heroic victim of the Titanic disaster, welcome acquaintance of Aings  and Emperors and" others in the seats  of the mighty, and probably the most  noted journalist In the world, was a  firm believer In psychic communication with the world of the hereafter.  When preparing to face de-^th. he reiterated that .belief and spoke of joining his previously deceased son, from  whom he had stated, verbally and in  carefully prepared printed volumes,  he had received numerous messages  from the   spirit   world   through the  Smoking In Commons.  Smoking during Parliamentary  proceed Ins* is tbf- latest precedent sot  up ln tho Houoo of Commons. Tho  other day, ln tho Scottish Grand Committee, which was considering an lm-  fiortant bill, a member was seen  ounglng at his ease, a plpo botwoon  hi*"- lips. A colleague drow attention  to the "ofi'onctt" ou a point of ordor;  but tho chairman, Mr. Arthur Henderson, promptly roplied that tho objection was not sustained. Thereupon a dor.on mem born or moro produced thoir pipes and lit up. Thia la  th" flrst tlmo smoking has boon permitted during Parliamentary proceedings.  Free Emigration For Widows.  By October twenty widows with one  child each are required to sail for New  South Wales to take up domestic  work, the money for tbe journey being advanced by a practical Imperial-  hit who desires to remain anonymous.  The step is regarded as an experiment in assisting a new typo of i?migrant. Applicants for free passages  must uot be more than thirty-five  years of age, must produce their husbands' death certificates, and must,  of course, be healthy and of exemplary character.  The result of this offer will be that  a brighter future will present itself to  many widows who havo hitherto  Btrugglad.against adversity, and it is  s.eclally Intended to help those who  have thereby become bravo and more  Belf-rollant. Th������ successful applicants  will be required to give a guarantee  to tako up domestic work, probably  lu .the Bush, where it is eusior to find  accommodation for a child.  Cmi   Foi-i'i��������������� u'K IiJnli fcic������.  Car forrlos aro umlllar modoa of  freight transportation across water  barriers in this country, but havo not  boen much exploited in Europe. Tho  most notablo examplo, perhaps, has  been that whloh connect: Germany and  P edon. Tho latent development of  tho Idea Is an Imput-Unl Nvhemo, rooontly begun, for forrlos from Ireland  to Scotland and England, ono to convoy 'uiiiuiul -ri.itfiit cars rrom Juarno,  Antrim, to fltrauvaer* the other, connecting Dublin ond Holyhoad, Wai-3.  The latter will be about thn muiio distance an tho -nrman-flwodnn lino but  will bn through rougher watorin.  All  fti*+ fii*f������imiUlnf0  At a novrtl "pet party" at Marlow  prlsecs who glvon by voto for tho prel-  lloat, UKllnHt, lfl.rg(*Ht>, miinllcMf, fst-  tP������t, oiUlflat, and moi-rt gflntlft "pot"  triurout.  Queen Victoria In Movies.  Tho life of the lt:to Queen Victoria  in moving plcturos is now in preparation by ono of the leading firms ln  the cinematograph business. After  flvo months of preliminary work in  atudylng historical authorities, producers aro now ready to photograph  Bconoa from tho 64 yoaru rolgn of  Queen Victoria at a cost of f 25,000.  Threo actresses will appear ns tho  Quoen at different stagon ot hov llfo.  Tho luolduuts depleted will lftcludu  the first counoll of her Minintora a  fow hours aftor her acceculon, hor  coronation, bor reception of tho ox-  ploror, David Livingstone, and tho  mavrliigo of tho Prince of Wales, afterward King Edward VII. Then come  ploturos representing her audiences  With tho J.uko of Wellington, Lord  Molbourno, aiadatono, Disraeli and  JTobn bright. Other crener. r.how her  opening Parliament nnd quietly driving ln the Highlands and elsewhere.  Compulsory Massage Licenses.  Steps are to be taken at once V;-  the London County Council to formulate proposals for inclusion in the'r  General Powers Bill next year to license massago establishments and  maternity homes. Powers of r- _-  tr-tion, with the right of inspection,  moy bO Included in tho bill, which  will be designed to stamp out so-called-massage, manicure, and electric  light treatment houses.  Asked to explain the position, the  chairman ot tho publlo control committee of tho council, said: "Thero io  iiii ������ '��������� uul lua.1 lu.' evil iu t;l'uwiu-^, UIIU  tho police have no power to enter the  houses. It is also almost impossible  t obtain warrants for tho arrest of  thoso who conduct them, because informant- will not come forward.  "Wo shall submit proposals for inclusion ln next year's General Powers  Bill. Tho police are giving us every  facility in our Inquiries, and I hopo  wo shall obtain power to register such  establishments, which will involve the  right of Inspection by council officers. If they aro not satisfied the  places will be struck off tho register.  "There-are many places which eon-  duct a perfectly legitimate buslnes.**.  and thoso will welcome registration."  A Tiny I-lnter.  Believed to be tho smallest compositor in tho world, Mr. Lowis  Bpoonor ls ongagod at printing works  Kt Tlptroo, Essex, Eng. Ho is thlrly-  nlno years old, stands threo foot nlno  tnchos, and weiitlm Gn pouiidu. Tie*  ttands or. a stool to reach tho ty panose.  SIR OLIVER   LODGE.  medium of an inhabitant of tbat region whom be knew as "Julia."  Science has now taken a decided  hand in thi3 problem, debated and de-  bateable from the beginning of sentient existence, in a recent statement  of the famous Englishman, Sir Oliver  Lodge, admittedly the best all-round  scientist in the world at the present  time. He is president of the British  Association, the most authoritative  scientific body on earth, and he has  announced that In his presidential address oh September 10, he will offer  complete evidence to show "an ulti-  ��������� iate continuity of existence before  and after death as essential to science," which, if accepted, will be a  distinct alignment of the most advanced scientific thought on tho side  of Immortality. Sir** Oliver . already  has asserted that "the boundary between the two states���������rthe known and  the unknown., life aiid death '--��������� is  wearing thin in places, and excavators  ai"e engaged in boring a tunnel from  opposite ends. We are beginning to  hear now and then strokes from the  pickaxes of our comrades on the other sido."-    ������  Sir Oliver Lodge has been a close  and skeptical student of psychical  phenomena for many years, and after  long and patient observance of the  famous Italian psychic, Eusapia Pal-  ladino, was forced to admit that "any  person without invincible prejudice,.  who had the same experiences, wouid  come to the same broad conclusion,  namely, that things heretofore held  impossible do actually occur. . . The  result of my experience is lo convince mo that certain phenomena considered supernatural do belong to  the order of nature."  It is evident that tho world Ib soon  to witness the promulgation of another accession to t.ho natural laws which  govern its place in the universe, and  ono likely to arouse spirited religious  and scientific discussion.    ,  Paper Worn Seaweed.  Seaweed paper has boon lnvmilftri  1 t,m    mm,    IHmm^lm*.     .*���������.,���������...,.., ,     mt      ������  lowflpapnr"c)lnn-In- fnrwnr������l������/l l>v Ami-  lul Washington statoa that 11 lo flr������-  l>roof, waterproof and odoi*l������_'i, ami Ih  ������xpeoted to "havo oonsldorublo offoct  an th������ pi������n*������nt system of wrui>iiln_  norlstifiblt goods for transport."  Condemned Modern DanccM.  Canon Nowbolt, preaching In St.  Paul's Cathedral, London, recently,  strongly condemned the modern  dances and thoso novels of lho present day which, ln tho nauseous un-  roservo of the society novel, dealt  With sex problems.  Buch dances and suoh books, the  preacher said, flourished bocauso society poruuadod itaeir that Immodesty  ln artistic, and that anything ls por-  mloniblo which romoves monotony.  Ho askod, "Would au Indecent dance,  suggestive of evil and destructive of  modest., dlsgraco our civilization for  a momont If professed Christians  were to say, '1 will not allow my  daughter to nun iuto it -uiuuie, cv-.n  although Herod woro to give mo half  hla kingdom?' "  Britain Sim Lends.  The number of vosuols launched  throughout the world during If.J'.1.  was 8,030, distributed an follows: ���������  United Kingdom, 1t?,1"; dominions,  208; foreign, 2,04ft. Tho CJydo still  mntntHlnii Its pla<-������ uh tlm leu dine:  shipbuilding centre of the world with  a. record of 1180 vetif.elH. u. lolul ton-  nngo of ''40,521*. aiid lnniraied hnr-n-  power of 878,32C.  ���������i'li������������  "ilffilial   M'MI.  Probiiblv thn inrrtnrHl. will o*������ record wa*) that or un Englishman wli<>  left to his will- tho sum uf half a co. ,  or ono farthing, with" tlm illri.-.-k-ii  thi<.(. It lihut'.td im him;. U> li> r U> ivn\  in an  unHtumped emvclup'*.  To Mako Coal Mining Safe.  Ono of the simplest of the many  suggested tests for fire-damp in titiiu-a  la tbat described by Henry Brlggs to  the Scottish Society of Arts. It hi no  attachment that may be applied to  any oil or spirit safety lamp, and cor*  sluts of a loop of copper wiro uuppoit-  ed on a brass rod passing through tho  oil vessel. To make a test the loop  Is moved Into tho flamo. This becomes instantly non-luminous, hut  If ilro-damp in present In tho air Iho  gas-cap .Is clearly seen. Tho te$r oan  be made iu a moment at any timo.  without turning down or putllug out  (ho light.  lt is claimed that tho iiorceula'ro of  five-damp this method will doloct In  exceedingly small, and the results of  t.iala on both laboratory and mUiti vo  to show that this U\ ono of tlie most  ."it'iiwltlvo, accurate, and expedition.'!  i-rioi-inr. of revealing tho prefcoiiiio or  Inflammable gas iu mino or other air.  ���������Bolton Journal.  Lodgers Went by Numbers.  In the courso or an Juqim.;!. >���������.'.  Southwai-k, Eng.. recently tho dopu'.y  nf a common lodgjng-houso In Bcr-  inondHey said ho provided accoiumo-  ilaUon for C0.1 lodgers, most of whom  ivr-'o l.'iiu.vii by iiu'iibcrs. i\i;uj-, u'  them had Taney nuninn. A jurynm**) rrv-  plalncd that hubihicH of 'common  edging-houaoa could "job along" verv  woll on a few shillings n woek, A  it.an could got a mutton chop for  2 l-iid., 2 lbs. of potatoes for Id., and  t pnnnvworth of pothovbs, whloh  would mako a "no stow. (l.uur.hU'r.)  Ti-.vlng To nod**** n 'ti-.me.  In I lie lioitli-liui Library at oxrord,  mj'M 1'ror. Thnyrr. an old manuscript  iulii.iillu. linn V. .ii milk ; " i inn liiiok l)H-  'oiiS'i lo r*!. Mary r.f 'tob'-rlii Kfl lu*o;  ���������vli������*'M'V'>r shall ������.1<mi1 Ii, m- :������.)| |i, (,r  .n  any    way   all-���������nata   It  fr.nu   *:.;.i  .iim.ii:,     n;i     iimii     in      i.ii.u u-'iiiii ,ii |i.,���������u ���������  ;'l    ��������� %,.,-,.������������ }   ��������� , . ��������� ,   -      ���������  'kIm-  owiim'   Ini,1,   v. rl:iin:   "I,   ,1-jImi,  llh'lui|i ������������i' '��������� X.:|iT, I, iHi'.i i,������il v. li"i'H ���������;���������������  ifonr.uti.l Ih.i-iw I;, uul  did I Ii'*.u1  rill*  mu.lit,     liiit     i.i ijllll .ii     j;      i|i     u     IMV. fill  mav.' THE   CBESam   REVIEW,    EBESISIR.    B. C,  Comprising 125 Acres  T^s^is^mss^s^sss^SBss^sssm,  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  s������  'BOOS^  I AT  I^T  Sanerrses  'GUARANTEED HOMEGROWN  Cellared���������Roots iu earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold }'Our trade."  Established I90_ bythe KOf*. {VJARTiN BURKSILL  IVIinister of Agriculture  | ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PR3QES  1  ' *,J.  ii'  PAT RONIZia  THE OLD  REIvIABIvE  Blacksmith Shop  Live and let live prices:  HORSESHOEING     ;  New shoes, per team.... $_.,oo  Setting       2.86  A. E. WELLS  For Catalogue and Price* ii.sv.  write tu   WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent, Creslon, B.  C.  r ;'  ���������Y  i3-___---������5?S^:2^^^  Slfe  a. tio-J������w--JJ'-*'. ^^A_ ^.*WjUiu'i.i ��������� < i -*aTfc"r3U.^e  _j^-S^S^-_-i-Mass-BaS-S  K7'������S-_."-'  i SOI I  ~3"^&.     SS~*   APS���������.      ..5������-  8 t5"**a.  ni_i^r'-Mr ^_   _?_!-?_!     *������*!,.    ���������-  "    SL_F ___. 3 & %xJ?  s  r.*i^'.''>.T=-lJ������'v  P ST  _* -1  11^  _W������BB<IW53-gB--ag-_--_---5_^^  You Will make no Mistake   ii' vuu  ���������  1  en  ���������������*  E:l  &'���������"  et:   the  t?J-:Al.KD TFNDKUSaddresard to the  i!.i(i.-r-i_ni ii, and endorsed '��������� Tender for  \Vh -.1 i' ������t. Amsworih, K.C," will ba re-  t-.i *.��������� (i ut ill's oii'u-e uiuil 4.0" P. M,, Oil  \l 'u.i.iy, N'lV'-nibiT 17 1013, i'or tha coa-  ,-t��������������������������� lU'.t'i -n of ������ Wharf at. Ainswortb,  !v ur.-.i.-iv   District,   11 C  Piai.s, ,spoi'ifi(*!uion nud form  of eon-  f !'.:>���������!   r.-;;il  bi) St'l'-ll     a '.III    t'oi"lllS   Ot    tOluUir  r I ������*-v"'joti at this D>i>:ul ment and at tho  ��������� iiV-<.->s  .<f   ,1.   P.   Koide,   Esq ,  District  !>i  in.���������!���������!���������,   at   Ri'volstoNo,   l> O. ; O.  O.  V. Mst i\l,   _-q.k   1 ;>frk-t  Engineer   nt  ,2s-.".v  W't-sfDiit'-wer.   B.C.. and   on   ap-  ' pli'Ufi-m    t.J    lho    1 *���������.��������������������� t muster nt Aius-  :> U  M A I TGQ  JL Y JL JT\ 1_-    JL    _L_i   ^J  ^J JL.  _���������"*  ���������&***   *"***  auu  "> z' ~\ O   ���������ST'  Fe"->!is  tomb'riui-  two  uotifiod   that  LION    BR  Thej7 are made by an ludependcn'  /-I  IN  B      ft  '\ T  lP^  t������ as ioa* as  :ius  11 y  11 a ^  The price i  We have sold  they have given satisfaccion to  WeC  of the above Rubbers, incli  uv en iii, ma;  ��������� i  six   rears  and  .'TJ  -3  "3  "   Uii  i  I  X������������������ a. _ _ W  rn o:  Lu  .miner man-*  Laced,  One buckle, 3 hole.  Laced in Men's, Boys' an 1 Youths  Also .Pullovers   for   tlie   different   iv  Men's'and Women's Fine Shoe-.  -els  md   Toes in  3*- ES:? i^^raangrgr  '^^3  a     1 ^ta/  iesid,s s  will  not   bo  considered unless  '   I',....-   tin  ili-.>   prtHft tit   uirins   supplied,  ���������unf -ug'io.l wit h their aotu'il signatures  ' s(.;t-"t!ig thoir o'.-ou',-ations and places of  :,. j 1'i'i-iiii lu-i*.     Iii   the  c.-isu  of firms,   the  '* : ttoir.at si-iuiiture,  tno   imture of the oc-  ..: j cum;;o;', and tho pl.--.c-o of residence of  . ��������� e ioii lin-uiber of tlie li-tn inu'st be given.  " j     Ivsch teader must be accompanied by  " ! !4ii ao -opted ohtque on n chartered bank,  ; i payable to the order of tbe Honorable  "j j tue Minister ot Public Works, equal to  ' f-?u ptr oeiic (lOp.c.) i.f tbe amouut of  I iliy amount  of the   tendi v, whioh will  i be fuifeiied-if ihe persos tendering de-  i cliae to enter into a contract when called  ; (*p<ui tr> do so, or fail  to  complete  the  ��������� ���������.Yo'k contracted for.    If the  leuder be  ; u >t a-.-.oep ed the ce������que w i.l be returned.  j    The Department does nit bind itself  ! tu accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C.  DSSROCKSRS,  J Secretary.  j Department of Public Works,  j Ottawa, October 15, 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.���������49186  iti,  'tii  Mm  I- ��������� _  BWIU  s 3  s * ^������a, 0m. k.t. e9i g H ������������i  Ps|^?, S lip  i������. ������r*? a y n n m sr^  " ~m _ _ .e, g i y-  ^5_i  L  S_S8_-T*:!?!-S2K77;K  imite  K  i:**'  Z������!ITrS2-.7'3^-22S522' *  CSS  TIT   T  AND  ORNAHENTALS  stream Estate Nursi  VERNON,' B. C.  All our trees are Home Crown aud guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the ieadino; varieties most  sailed to this district. Our ,'pecialt3' is budded stock  on three-year-old whole rot its.  All Stock delivered to ranch ai prices a noted  prices quo  For further particular:-, apply to our local Ai;eut.  J. Blanco, Box 2������, Creston, B.C.  o  <;>  JTm  %>  o  4  o  V  1"  -^���������������������������������������������������������������^^-^���������^^^^: z-o&w ^o<^'^-^^<  ���������*��������� iuMw^iwwi*l.<nmm>>,,  *MaW-.������*������_K*W���������4,,������  ^w_A^*^?^lrlLV^������^^^^������_aB.'P ���������  li  u  ���������I  j  /l$k$  ,^.Hm'llMil'ltIirZmOSP^lCtZZ^^J^'l'T:JV.^^a:-it:.,u TC_Ai.'Sli'i;;  PI   fK F'        ��������� "������������������   ^r-w .���������. .m.  __   r^cYsp^r  Complete New Slock Just Arrived  1     1.   Ll  Wl-j*  (Jul  I.HUIIlillill^  , 1  'a-i  nl in  u. r  '*������������������  ���������l-ll,  nil.;  I.I-I. 1  no  tfivi' you  ail  Vli.'i-  ami  1 '>  1 llll  fill-  anLi-i  ���������il  lu iill *���������  .-i:  iti'  -l.nl  l"ll.  li������*������WtKI  I l'l'  ��������� I 11-  I'"Oil! ill;;'  "l'l.  Jf t l.-l i-.  0 H  H      BS   tfSj 0      8  E3 ^"***    /'''���������"���������*>.    fMIV    /���������������������>,    l-.r  ,-^M  SEALED TENDERS addresped to  lho iiiHlei'Si'Kiied and endovsed "Ten-  ilei- I'or construction of Wharfs at Victoria Hai-bor, 13. C," will bo -feceived  at, this office until 4 P. M., on Tuesday,  Di'ooiubi-i-, i), 191.'{, for the construction  uf Wharfs at Victoria' Harbor, B. C.  Plans, spof.-ilicMlions) and form of  contract can bo seen and forms of tender obtained nt this Department, and  at (ho District Engineers' offloo at  Now Westminster, II. C, Victoria, 33,  _ ., Coiil'i-ileiation Life Building, Toil hi I ,o. Onl., Post office Budint*;,  Montroal, P. Q., and on application to  tlio Postmaster at Vancouver, 13. 0.  Poisons teniloring are nofilled that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms .supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures  staling tlmir occupation'* and places of  residence-. In (lie case of (Inns, tlio  aotual signature, the nature of the  ooi'iipafion, and placo of residence of  each member of I lie llrm must be given .  I'Jmli   tender must  he accompanied  by an accepted   cheek  on a eliartereij  hank,   payable   l.o    file   oidoi    oi the  i llniioiiiahlo   the    Minister   of   Pnblici  j Works,   eipuil lo live   per cent (."��������� p. v.)  |iil'lh--  iiiiioiinl'.  of   tin-  lender,   which  wiII be forfeited   if the person (endei-l  in-.* dei-lines   to enter   into   a contract'  when eall'.'d    upon lo do   so, or   fail to  eomplel o |lie work   colli raefod for.     \t  the lender he  not   accepted I lio   choc)*  will le returned.  Thr I Ypav'nii-iif  due:-' nol bind ilsel(  In neeopi lhe lowest or any lender.  I5y o id i-r.  i������. (,'. i>e.suo(!)ti<:rs,  Sei-i'olary,  I tepai I ineiil, of Public Works,  Ollana, Oelober'J7, UH.'!.  .Veu-piipeis will not ho paid for (his  ailvi'i'l isiinenl if I liey insert if without  ao! ',;-:'.'.,,    froin    1 he    Di |..ulon nl  I'.i7.  m  I  LADIES  SEASONABLE  U  Peerless and Hygeian Vests  of  Soft White Wool   50c to $1.75 each  TJ Q Q! S H  Up^ '������ ^ A it* sk #*  "    w   *** *** ��������� ^s^ 1   ���������       "-/I   l-^s^VisPi  tisg_ -g* %^%^ a  I  I  MENS   UNDERWEAR  ExGeptionai Values  can supply you at $1,25  to   $3.75" per  garment  General  A/! c? f>_^ .*_ A MT  XTJLJdW'l.l/^l^i I  f-y T>0T*  numbing, i inning and  General Repair Work  Done   by  W. B. Embree  The satisfaction  of  work   well   done  lingers long atter the price is forgotten.  At a service h^ld recently a preacher  iu a  village church  announced "We  will now have a solo from Mr Jenkius  ���������'Lard Have Mercy on Us' "-���������  Golden Star.  The roads are pretty slippy in some  spots around town, a good way to do  is for oue to walk behind and push.  BEEN TOMATOES  SWEET PICKLES  The following reeeipe togerher with  a sample of the finished product was  handed to the editor by a subscriber.  After sampling the pickles the editor  says he cau recommend them to the  world;  1 pk. med ium sized tomatoes, 6 lbs.  brown sugar, 1 oz. Cinnamon, 1 oz. of  mace. Mix spice .and put into bags.  2 oz. whole cloves stuck into tomatoes.  Put sugnr and spice into vinegar  enough to cover and bring to boil, put  in tomatoes and cook' until a straw  will pierce. Take out tomatoes and  boil syup until as thick as molasses,  then put tomatoes back again and boil  a few minutes longer. Pnt into jars.  Will keep indefinitely and can scarcely be-distinguished from pears.  Ripe ones put up after the same re.  ceipt are delicious.  Billiards and Pool  Room  Cigars and Cigarettes  SAW A  K5������ SsSB  Hot w Cold Baths  At Any liour  Razors Ground and Set  HATFIELD, Prop.  mmmi  O. J. Wigen and T. Butloifiold, cSf  Duck Greek, were visitors in town  Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Oakley, of Erickson,  wero visitors in town the first, of the  week returning home Tuesday.  SAGIBCONCERT  On suuday and Monday the Methodist church celebrated the seventh  anniversary of the organization of the  church, with special services and a  sacred concert. Rev. "W. E. Dunham,  of Cranbrook, preached at both services on Sunday. On Monday evening  tbe church was packed and the choir,  with the assistanoe of one or two local  singers, rendered a varied program.  Mr. Dunham made a shortaddress and  tbe pastor also spoke fora fewminutes.  The piano for tne occasion was loaned  by Rev. F. L. Carpenter.  T.aii. B. C. iNovember 3rd. IsnS.  Ashley Cooper Esq.  Wyndel, B. C.  Dear Mr. Cooper.  ' I beg to acknowledge re-  cespfc of yours of 24th. Ulto. I really  thought the Creston Fair flrst class and  never in all my life saw better frnit. I  was not the only visitor there who so  considered if, either, as Oscar Appleton,  who was the judge, told tne the same  thing Yoii most oertainly have Demonstrated that "yon oan grow the fruit  there nnd nil that now rrnains to guar  antee yonr sncces3 is the packing and  marketing. Knowing how to do this, is  what has made the Y-kBma Valley a  success to ail housst Krov76i6t aud as  you grow BETTER fruit than they do,  vou there have the ball at your foot; all  yon have to do is work out your problem  yourselves with what aid the Govern.  ment u-ivoK yon.   With kindest regards.  Yours Hinoerely,  J. H   SCHOFIELD.  _^s_sa__-^  Shop on Sirdar Au.*,, in i Ju- Oi.i ]'  ' ioi������* Y,t(/|"(..  VAII UIM   ������     0*mii0-   mmm,.*..  i.i ���������   i. > I I t\i',/\ t l.t*  " I "nr . r������ri,.>.JWWnllW���������i  u  I '  Xnw in flic lime to organize an air-  ���������ioiill oral Hiieiely for 1 he (Vent on Volley.  Miss  Anna  Hughes  with the  Maude  Henderson  Company  Tonight  SHE HENDERSON  CO. SCORES BIG HIT  Oreston people are being favored  with the presence of the Maude Henderson Company, one of those happy  combinations of talent that one meets  occasionally, and which always makes  friends, not only for the company but  for all the characters tbat they represent.  They opened Wednesday and on  account of the big public meeting did  not meet with a very big house, but  the play was a winner and when the  curtain went lip Thursday evening for  the firrst act ot Mrs. Jones of Broadways the house was eoBsfprtablj* SUsd.  The play was a scream throughout  and the specialties were exceptionally  well presented.  Tonight they play "_To Mother to  Guide Her," a western play, and Saturday night "The Final Settlement,"  they ought to have a good house, as it  will be some time before Creston will  be as well favored again.  Heaters repaired and relined at -my  shop, $1.00To $1.60.   W. B. EMBREE.  Born to Mr. and Mrs.. H. Young, of  Oanyon City on Wednesday, November 12th, a. son. Hilton knows where  to look for another recruit for tho  Masonic order now.  Peto Andestead, of Duck Croek, was  in town the flrst of the week.  A.. O. Horshaw, Supt. and D. O.  Coleman, General Supt. of tho C. P. R,  with offices at Calgary, passed through  in a Bpocial car attached to the regular  Eatsbound, Saturday.  S. II. Dowoy, of Elbow, Sask , who  UBod to live in thin district boforo, Iw  back for tbo winter and will probably  tako up work in Bomo of the Campn.  ,T. J. Soherrno.horn boarded fcho Enst.-  bound train to day on IiIh return to bin  camp.  R. Mallandal-io loft today forKitcli^  oner, door liuntlu v ��������� ^.,.-  .0 ������������������    *  Aahloy Cooper, of Wyiiudnl, wiwii  vlaltor In town Wo'lnesd'ty.  W. J. Ijlft-.njnlui, of Erld'boh"' *ww  In town for tho bg mooting ai.a n> ten  thuwIaHl ie about tho AuHoeiiition.  Billy Burton'H buzzur buz/on big  blocks beautifully, bunlly bucks badly  bent  branehc-H���������in other   words  Bill  Burton i.s a wood butcher.  O.J.  llury, of  tho C. P. It.,   pasaed  j Mirougli in   hia private car  yeHterclay  ' ou bin infill u  from an olllclal vlult to  tho count.  i ������'.9i-W.' ;il'' -'t^U'l-IIU-to- i-WHtWW**!


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