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 V   n ., S J^>  M-aM  m������n���������������*w������Sii������a^aa������***'!������* rf "Tr*1  - >���������, -rt' j ,<r--".���������., .'"' "i^^^rtmiSgi^iS^S^^^saaBaa  - *��������� ���������      -i        - - .. -V-.*- ':b?*.\?&.'������s&ii&msmmmmm  ���������. ,-^-r*  ������"-*    f-_y\>"-  *""  ^ K5 rjr   ^Jr-Ti^_?i42������_(___l  /  '������?  * v m *  Atoi -*������<*' ftn\rr __il   \  L-yv   ������ <_&_f_II Roadd tn east and West Kootenay Lead to Cfeston  f  ALL THE NEw5  I  of tl<s CRESTON B  a. ri       DISTRICT      1  1 l  _- V  rrTrVKT -JMh1 \ /1 IT\ A ������  !  k>kii>    j v  jilm  ADDRESS   FOR  1      -2.0O A    VFAR  _f  _-_** ���������*-&_������_������������������  _t_������    VWAB.  GRESTON, B. C,   F&I0AY.   NOV. 7    1913  SINGLE  COPIES  5C  !t*Mc oMeeting Nov, I2th to Discuss Organizing Agricultural  'Mon  The  executive   of the   Fall Fair   is   getting   affairs  Kvoiind up   as  quickly as possible   and will   hold a   public  lVl ������*C*b*m* fm    *������f*     <"T������_.       A   .m**.t.^mm .mmmm  -  -SKtl���������ig m  ������._���������.<_ Jj.uui-,uiJU_l   fir_j j   viu   vv cuuepua^  mmmmmrnrnxm mm 0m      IV���������^V*> ������ ,  CVCUtUg   J.-VSV.   *'  t 8 p.m.  The object   of this   meeting wiii   be first to   pay ai  i>rize money and consideration qf any complaints which may  tave arisen out of thfe last show.   Then there is the question  ^������ forming an Agricultural Association.    This  will require  Bareful thought audit is to be hoped the brain of the district  ill be present in strons force to consider the advisability of  i-king this step also ways and means.    It will therefore be  s well for all the knowing ones to overhaul their stock of  nowledge on this subject and let it be aired on the evening  i Nov. 12.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  EVERY RANGHER  SHQULDJSAVE COW  Although the disposal in British  Oolumbia of cattle brought in by th,������  provincial government from Ontario  tniy result in some oases in building  np some portions of the province as  dairying centres the chief object of tbe  c  government in giving ranchers an opportunity to purchase thoroughbred "cows  ��������� J.      mmmr.f.m ��������� V.1m      m.mZm~m      ������m      .._       2_������.3__-.       X*. .  am   loaDvuauw   fjxxuao   xb    UU    auu^lUt?    l>WO  Miss  Enmoa Johnson left on  Sunn's eastbound train  for Cranbrook,  tfiere she will stay until Christmas.  ^BO.Ji Wig^n. "W. J. Cooper. Mr.  <<ady, and Mrs M. Hagen were Cres-  [������_- callers Saturday last.  P. AndestecMeft on Sunday for Can-  m City where he will work awhile.  d  ouil   ���������_a.o������    ** ���������  A. Pease were host  d hostess at a most enjoyable Guy  ,*wke3 party.   About 80 people were  esent and _. Targe bonfire surmount-  by a large Guy Fawkes was burnt  jli-ly in tbe evening, about 0;3O p.m.  ncing started and with a few breaks  r songs and^ recitations was cabled  until 7;15 &.__ Thursday morning.  ,w������-ss������t& ths irieS  MINISTER SGORES  POOR APPLE SHOW  Vernon, B. O. Oct. 28��������� Hon. Price  Ellison in a speech here yesterday at  the opening of the annual apple show  voiced bitter dissapointment at the  small size of the show and the general  lack cf interest which seemed' to be  manifested in the event. He declared  that the exhibit was not representative  and that scores of car loads of better  titi -  -were  appuw   o ;    jrs\j���������������_-.������   s*.  ; o*_i:y _������a_  ������r.ov������__i*   jv  on cne *crees  coaay in  numerous orchards than were brought  to the show.   The minister said that  he,hoped that it would be bigger and  better next year,   as the display in  ency of Jftfe weat^:|^ ^Q ^.^^.^ 4ists.icfct. ^ja _e  the beit in British Columbia. The  president, Mr. WI Scott Allen, also  backed np the minister in this com-  MM*' jg|0 ���������%.  >ing home bo we made a night of it  luite a number of Duck Creekites  jrere present.  | Paul Ofner returned from Burmis  jdesday.  The Duck Creek Social Clnb will  [nld a house warming party in the  hw school house on Saturday, Nov-  Imber, 8 at 8:30. Everybody invited  |> attend and warm her up in good  avyie.   Ladies  lire aakeu   to   furnish  plaint by saying tli&t tha 6_isibit_ were  _HP'  fin  pther a cake or a few sandwiches.  Jt is rumored that the Social Club  ill give a Ohristmas tree on Boxing  y*   -Friultty . DeCmE&b-- ������  e dance on Saturday and here the  irangements.   ' ���������; ,?'.??������������������'������������������ ���������  -    WW��������� ��������� 'mi     i  NOTICE OP MEETING  l?Tho spdclal "meeting for the yonng  [bder the auspices of the W* C. T. U.  Ill be held in the Mothodiat Church  lit Thursday Nov. 18 ftom 8 to 5.  I All the High.school girls are spoolal-  |r invited.  Miss Lamont and  Mrs.   Carponber  /ill address the meeting.  not  what   they   should   be, but he  thought that it was due 4ro tho fact  that the growers-were too busy shipping their produce to the eager markets  In short, the growers  displayed a  general lack of interest, although the  prizes offered were large.   The Bhow  was   opened    foi-unauy   Lieutenant-  Governor Paterson, who'said that he  thought  the future  of this  district  as an apple-growing centre was assur-  Gc-sisIbc '<*&'��������� Hfl ^-'*w a remarkable comparison  to the country now and twenty years  ago, when he lived-here.   He highly  praifted the co-operative selling plan  ���������whioh was inaugurated this year.  The lieutenant-governor and his  wife, were guests of the Hon. Price  Ellison. He inspected the public Bohbols  In tho morning, after which he declared u, half-holiday for the afternoon.  ���������Prom the Vancouver World.  The Annual Mooting of tho Oreston  liberal Association  will bo held  In  '.peers Hall, November. IS. Election  it ofUcers for tho cbralng year and  Ifthot matters of linportanoo will bo  'leult with,     ���������  Dont forgot the publlo meeting on  ruduesday.  mmmmmmm������*>*  Tho Grand Ball giyeu bythoK.P,  |n������t wook .wiu������ i^'.4o8W'^^w������*wo nearly  jlffcy nouploH enjoyed tlto������lforts of the  liCnlghti- and danood till *tho early  hours.' Everybody seemed to think  [hat the K. Pf tbnooa woro too fftr  ���������ipart. ''���������''..  ~*8ond for onr prices on furniture, we  pay tho freight,   O 0. S.  ThoBo tu������ hmy days for tho wood and  Ottl mon, bnt thon thoy. are all prottv  Ij; f'jl!!0',.".'*f* fttt*1, -Wflif* f"tf*-^rt,   ������ M.*,>i**  h",*"d  ork for a ch'mige.  C, .T. l������m** of the ffrm of tittle to  Vtohli-on. OnuibrooW, wfl������ tranwaoting  uwlnemw in onr burg yesterday ������������nd tony.   Ho fuidH a rixidy wile for tho Big  iflApjpleawe (*r������w.  mmfXh������ 0. 0, S* ot Omnbrook is selling  j-ou B������*H with mftttr������ii and spring for  (ill*  With tho object of carrying on ww-  aory and mixed farming opwatlonr* on  a, lar<?o scnlo at Harmp, Wi G. Ken.  nedy hai vuuUnl D. ���������W. Brlgg.s ranch  at that place and Is moving his nursery stock from Willow Point.  Tho ranch ts of 50 acres and is equipped with plgg&rlcft and taurn-a toif ������)  oiUtlo. Mr. Kennedy will go oast  shortly to purchouo a carload of cattle  and Is making arrangements to inorca-  su Hi- stock of pigs. Ho in raising tho  UOurrouk Jomoy ht'OvCt a ml ������3l������oh*i***M  from hlt������ expwUmce In Kootonay, that  pigs aro  well named  ������������������tho mortgage  liffcoi****.**  i.,, ���������*  l vv.  rancher who is giving his attention  almost enareiy to fruit or some other  one branch of agriculture, to keep sufficient cattle to supply milk and butter  for himself and bis family explained  H. Rive of the dairying branch of the  provincial department of agriculture,  who was at tbe flume last night with  Dr. W. W. Alton andT. A. P. Wiancko  two other officials of the department.  They are here in connection with the  sale of thoroughbreds csws which is to  take place- in Nelson on November 11  when40 animal will be offered at auction  by Charles A. Waterman, who has been  appointed to conduct the sale. Oh November 13 a sale of 35 cattle will be conducted by the government at Oranbrook  It is believed, continueda Mr. Bive  that if every ranoher in tho province  produced his own mik, cream andbutter  tne imports o������ dairy prodacw to British  Colnmbia would immediately show a  very heavy decreas and it is chiefly  with this idea in view, that the government since August hist has brought  4u android about SOO cattle in various  parts of the province    --  Cattle to be sold here an at Cranbrook  are chiefly Ayrshires^and all have been  tested by officials of ch_ Domiou livestock branch and given olean bills of  health. Having been found clear of  'tuberculosis, and other ..diseases. It is  not likely thai any farther shipments  will be brought into the interior this  year on account of the neao approach of  winter.  In some places  Mr. Hivo has been  asked by ranchers why tbe government  does not bring in bulls    He explained  last night that iu the first place there  was a sufficient number of good bulls in  British Columbia to meet present requirements and in  the seooud place ill������  live stock brauoh had already made t _������-  vision to  supply  rauohers  with s oh  animals, allowing three years for * ny-  moot to bo made.   It had been arrai __A  said Mv. Rive, that ranohors who wished  to buy a thoroughbred bull could make  application to the government through  any farmer's Institute, they would then  bo supplied with a ball.   Ono third of  tho price had to be paid on receipt of tho  animal, ono third at tho beginning of  the second year nnd the balance at,Jhe  beginning ot tho third year, no intoreat  obarpftd.   The government  also  paid  trauflportntlou tJ thri ranoh or tlio iinr  chaser.   The sale in Nelson on Tuesday  wlJl ������take   place   nt t|io old  Tlornoy  building, noar   tho   gas works.    Tho  twjjulbf tho solo will b������caab. Dr. AUpn  .h������HDilr������adp rocolvodn numbur pf. on-  qnlvlen from ranohors who desire to hfcjr  cows and' it is oxpootod that the bhtp  ment of 40 nnhmiln will be snnpped up.  ISSIOW DAVE  ISENf'f FOR TRIAL  JSafurday at the Polica Court occur-  red the preliminary hearing of Mission  Dav������v the Indian arrested last week on  the charge of cattle stealing. Attorney  Wilson, of-Oranbraok, appeared for E.  Iiupton the OMner of the critter and Iu-  dian Agent Byckenian represented ^4fae  Indian Department.  -Joseph Goodm*ui. laon of the tribai  chief, acted as interpieter and presented  the case to the Indian ia a thoroughly  creditatable manner. -   -- ,    '"  Edward L*t������pt-Qn was the first witness  called and identified the beast as his  beyond question. Geo. Johnson, mana-  ger fpr P. Burns, identified the hide as  the one he had bought from accused.  Mr. Cherriogtou was called to verify  the.byand as Luptou's which he did  ���������unhesitatingly and convincingly. J.  Hobden was called as the special con  stable who through the -medium of a  search warrant located the beast and  seized ths hide.  Justices _*owenbe_g and Mallendaine  sat ori the cas0 and after the facts were  presented, decided that there was  au:3ioi_s-��������� evidence to connect the mas  with the thef d and he was committed to  Nelaon,to -stfeut trial, and on Sunday  was talcen.there by Constable Forrester.  SEVERAL GAMPS NEAR  GRESTON THIS WINTER  A few weeks ago we began to hear  rumors of the coming of the lumber  men to our town and throughout the  days we have watched the little events  that oue by one have come to pass in  the preliminary processes, and now in  tjhe last few days we have noticed the  Advent of the lumber-jack, the big,  broad-shonidered, large-hearted man,  wiih top boots aud bine jeans. The  fellow that likes to smile and joke, the  fellow that carrieB his bed right along  witb him, tbat can tell a good story and  e\t a square meal, who knows - thong���������  and and one-things about all of the  great out-of-doors. The fellow' that,  often faces danger or accident in the  woods alone and far from the camp, the  fellow who stays hy his partner throngh  thick and thin, through life and deatb.  Tbese are ths fellows who precede the  great-- developnn nt of our conutry and  aud as they come to town for a few  hours let us give them the right kind of  a hearty, friendly, human brotherly  Welcome, they are the precursors of-ad-  vauoe g ent, the van guard of rich acres  aud smiling uru���������_rdt*.  TAKE IT TO  SUPREME COURT  O.C. ������., SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK  qq-OP$#AT_VE STORES. -  Messrs, Bevan and Henderson Teave  ���������to-Tiu!*������_������"-_������_ ^a. short bantuaa -***!?-  Theybare going to get some deer. - r  Pigs for  Sale��������� 8 weeks old.  Apply to F. K. Smith, Orsston.   44-43  O O- Bodgers returned yesterday  from a trip to Oalgary aud Medicine  Hat. " *  There will be a masquerade ball at  Canyon Oiry on Friday the I4th.  Kenney Campbell was a visitor in  town for a couple of days tins week.  A, MoL Fletcher paid us a short  visit this week, his visits aro getting  fewer and soon must cease, needless to  say we will miss his genial presence,  hut will .look forward to his. return  next year.  ������ Jimzj&iim ,house^jo ror/i). Apply to  JB, A.^SpeeysY   %  -*"   T '~   V ���������    < ..   ������.. 1   .-     mmmmmmmm ..  '���������  J. A. P. Crompton afid Mr. Edmondson, of Oranbrook left Wednesday for  a hunting, trip up past Kitchener.  W. B, Embree spent a couple of  days last week at Kitchener where he  is figuring on putting into commission  the lighting plant in the Kitchener  hotel.  Stanley Gwynne, is,shaking hands  with bis numerous friends about town*  *>Hl 11*0101   .,,  *.!-i.r, Wi,' w   i������.  ImrnX.  tt       J,..,*  Jh..V   r*������,4-r-l     |.M*������*lvl.     VM,W'WW   rt. 1,1 rM,i-ih, i. ^  .   m  .W.A ���������      ..    ������    ... ,i      ������     ������'..  .,.   ..     ...,,   ,, .1 ...  ****** \0,v\m   x\im*0   *i***i***im*f   x**x+*   0**mm . xxmm*.*.  arraugomentn, lot  "rivienhntiHeH.  tho orwctlon   of  Wo extend hearty congratulations  to E������ U, Bold, who today ls Celebrating hl������ birthday with a party to somo  of tho old fclmoi-fl. Bob has boen horo  slnoo thero wiih a hero and through tbo  long ami tori noun path oi raiirnad  survlee has iniuli-i -a. large nnniluM* of  friends from all tho walks of life, ami  from every political complexion.   As  *v  .������ m<ifaii.i������i,i������i  ��������� 11....  ...   K- . * w  Bubbor shoes nnd gum bOPtf HA-  Mlmbolll.  **���������  * Vjl'^-v'firi.'**!* ��������������������������������� v "  .. ������  . it * . ' .,      -it, -. *. f . ���������  M*W* Ih**********       wd*i|ii������iiiiv'M-->      ���������������*������������������     I*****     *������wwm  -m*  thiw um th wo aro all proud of It. M.  "W,nld( ������*���������������������* fallow oltlficin and a gorwl  ttlmul we all unite in wishing him the  many happy recurrence* of the day he  twtthim'fces m his birthday.  SCENE SHOWS WRECKAGE OF ZEPPELIN AIIISHIP  The above photograph shows scone following tho 'explosion and destruction  of Germ any's now navy dlrgibln. Wittncsaos of tho tragedy sny that at loast  a domon of ttioso on tno dlrgablofoll off before the wreckage reached tho earth  their shrloko of pain or horror bolng lizard above the roar of.the motors  wiiiuli wtu'o sua running. ,  BeHcuM*rH hastened to the Hoene hut the flaming nilnn wen* Hit hot I lmt no-  body darwl to approach to remove tho two or three men HtiH alive, whoeio  moaning could bolicaid,   The^e houiuU cea-.od Ix-foro tlu* many willing hnnda  ,.e rt_.......   ..     * '. * *  ..       i   ,%  v*   . .. v ..���������^,..������ ������..i(������ii|   I4^,^|V    |Jt\J*IM ���������J il   \.\**,.v*   * ���������*. ......   ,.,.v*������,������  0\,..*    .,   f   ��������� ti      r: ^. ���������,., . ��������� 1 , ......  --.-,,    M,uu������,   kSIIrlUII    I  llll  JJIiriUi      >>���������<������'   ll������������vl     h'"'"     ������|< Uu It    ^kll..,,,  \,t   III.   JtJl^tJU,  Liout Froyer, tho commandf-i* of tho dirglblo, win conscious whon ho wan ox-  ttrlratAd, Tlo iivftiH In ngon)' from hum** on hl������ heml, fuee, li*<ifnn������wl liniulu nnd  vhrluked repeatedly, white boing carried away In an ambulance, "For Moa.  vou'** iAko, kili mol kill mol Aftt*r suffering terrible agony ho pa-wed away  in th������ hospital.  PIGS FOR SALE.  AU   fllzos,   all  prfcoH���������  Oanyon Oity Lumber 03,  Apply  4445  _ if ti..PSi  *���������        *?v"j>I  f a    -.; ?f"  A desire tp have the valid'ty of the  passage of Idaho's drainage law tested  out in the supreme court is being expressed by those interested in the several big drainage projects of the state  and i-**. is more thau probable that steps  towaids this end will be taken in the  near future. As a matter of fact the ,-  the drainage law of .Idaho has never  been declared null and void by any  court. The question of validity" came  up in September last when the hearing  in the mater of the formation-of District T3o 7, comnrisiag some 40,000  acres in the Kootenay valley, v������ as had  before Judge Dunn. Tbe attorneys representing opposition to the formatiou  of the district brought evideace to  show that the drainage bill-'had not  legully been pissed by che House of  Representatives of the last legislature  althoogh the vote on the measure was  unanimous \u the House fftid carried  by a  large majority in  the Senate.  When this evidence was introduced  -  the attorneys for the   Drainage _ District conceded that the^law -was null  -"and void and -called  for -no decision  of the .court arid the matter was dropped  The- representatives of big drainage  districts  in   Oaayou   county   and  in  Kootenay county seem to believe that  the supreme court  will hold the passage of  the  bill to  be' valid  and- so  allow, drainage work 'So again, carried "  on without having to wait for th_ passage of a^new^-ftt or the re-pa-ssage*  of the old oue.   In-'case t_e*i_ssttfr ia  brought before the supreme court arid'  au adverse decision is rendered it is in-    -���������������<  tiniated that the attorneys, representing '  the drainage districts wil' proceed   to  ���������investigate  the passage, of other ' important bills which beoame laws at the  hist session of tho  legislature aud it  aad if flaws were fouud in the passage of the same, stops Will  be taken  to have them also- declared  null and  void.    Such an oo'iott,   it <is  claimed  would result, in the nuUificadion of the  appropriation bill ivfid several important  measures aud?would mean the calling  of a specie!  spnninn   nf the legislature  in.ordr that alleged iiiIntakes could he  ���������rectified."'-"Maiiy proriiineut people of  the   state are  inteieatod in  drainage  projects.   The draining of 40,000 acres  in Canyon  oourity is now being held  up uu is juIho the drainage projects of  Kootenay county iu wnioh .rig Washington Water Power company interested  and   tho   drainage   of 40,000 aores iu  Bonner  oounty.   Iu  somo of the districts work had actually oommonood.    ���������   ��������� ��������� i    ���������   . ���������  Word was 'reoeived recently by, thoso  interested in tho draining of the Koot-  'oiiay valley "to tee offoct that W? G.  pioan, drainage.onglhoer in charge of    ,:.  Drainage Investigations  of tho U,  8.  Doparfcmont of Agriculture with headquarters at   Boise,   had boon ordorod  to doilrio to tho "Kootenitj-   volioy 'dVs^   *  trlot to make an iuvoBtigation of tho  ooudltlons horo.   Mr., pioan ia directly   '  in  chavgo.'of tho ,','..Ph"me6r., DiHtrlc't.''' *  drainage projoot iu Hoath^rii Idaho.  . Local pooplo fQol that; his visit horo  ���������hoi-iN that tho pfovornmont will tako  a hand lu tho drainage  problems  of  this valley.  to  Wo havo boen asked to publlHh tho  following notice; ."All tbo momboro of  tho Women-*) Ohrlmlim Tompornnoo  TT������������i.>.������ ������-a   nwnft in hn   ���������nroN'mt nt tho  .....tl..m      ...1.1..1.     im      l..l������n      ������������1������������,������������A/1       frt������������  "��������� - * ' M ��������������������������� ������������������  Nov.' ia. Detailed nnnomwomonts later  Our sympathy andprayors-aro ruikod for  the World's W. O. T. U. Oonvcution  whbh is now being held iu Brooklyn  New York. THE REVIEW, CRESTON B. Cm  THE WINDOW -J THE  WHITE GAT  By Mary Roberts Rinehart  (Copyright)  not so pleasant of being foir-nd- on- ihe  pavement r by some passerby''-'"with'"'a  small punctuation mark ending my  sentence of Hie.  Once the  man just ahead stopped  and lighted a cigarette, and the odor  of a very fair Turkish tobacco came  .back to me.   .     He    glanced    back  j over his shoulder at me and went on  | without quickening   his    pace.     We  met no policemen, and after perhaps  five minutes walking, when the strain  was growing tense, my gestiei_au of  the rubber soled shoes swum-  to  the  left  station!  tititi-.ti    (Continued)  I  will  be  thirty-nine,  I said, with  dignity,   and  if I  marry���������if I do���������it  will be some girl who turns ajid runs  the  other way every time  she  sees  me.   '7 7.-7  The oldest trick tn the box, Edith  scoffed. "What's that thing Fred's always 'quoting: A woman is like a  shadow; follow her, she flies; fly  from her, she follows.  Upon my soul!   I said indignantly.  And you are a woman!  ? I am different, she retorted.     I am  only: a wife i-nd mother.  In the librar; Fred got up. from his  desk and gathered up his "papers. I  can't think with you two. whispering  there, he said. I am going to the  den.  A t_     T*������ o      e**T������*i mtviAi<|      +-T- r*     --I #-%*"���������_������������      .������������v*rt   ' Ti *?o  .*-^_������ UC ClUUUUbU LUC        \-V^V~A A������*kt\*        iJ-l*J  workroom 7Edith picked up her skirts  and scuttled after him.  How dare you run away like that?  she called. Tou promised _"-e���������The  door closed behind her.  I went over and spoke through the  panels.  Follow her, she flies; fly from her.  she follows. Oh, wife and mother!  I called.  For heaven's sake,  voice rose irritably.  Jack are going to talk all evening go  and sit on bis knee and let me alone.  The way you two flirt uader my nos3  is a scandal. Do you hear that,  Jack?  Good night, Edith, I called. I have  left you a kiss on the upper left hand  panel of the door. And I want to  ask you one more question. What  if I fly from the woman aud she does  not follow?  Thank your lucky stars, Fred called in  a muffled vo:"ce.  ,s sharply  ana���������entered  the   police  I had occasion to meet Davidson  many times after, during the strange  develc ment of the Fleming case. I  had the peculiar experience later of  having him follow me as I trailed him  that night, and I had occasion once  to test the strength of his long arms  when he helped to thrust me through  the transom at the White Cat. but I  never met him without a recurrence  of the sheepish feeling with which I  watched him swagger up to the night  sergeant and fall Into easy conversation with the man be-in?, the desk  GIN PUIS FOR WOMEN!  Read What Mrs. Harris Says About ihem  Mrs; T.?Harris of Tytfeside,"Ont.,  knows all about GIN PILLS, "1 .am  now talcing my third box of GIN  PILLS," she writes. "The'pruri across  my back and kidneys has almost entirely gone. I was a great sufferer  from Rheumatism but it has all left  me. I strongly advise all women, who  suffer from Pain In The Back and  Weak Kidneys, to try GIN PILLS".  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Sample free if  you write National Drug and Chemical  fV>      /->f  rianfiAf,     TA-mlt-ail     TnynntA        -r>1 Q  _r-r������,    wj.     _...amxaw,,    ���������..M.J.ww I.,      mmfi.mm.^m. *..��������� ,/  How to Prevent Fires  Realizing the importance of the  small boy as a pernicious factor in  the starting of fires, the central fire  office of the Boy Scouts of America in  this city is sending out in "ts weekly  bulletin to the Boy Scouts a list of  two dozen 'Fire Scouts' compiled by  George D. Porter, director of public  safety of Philadelphia. The list is  | part-of an article written fer the Boy  The Return bf Johnnie  No   amount   of   persuasion  or  punishment could keep Johnnie from running away.,    The excitement, of. being  pursued arid of being brought back tb  a tearful fanul- appealed to his sense  of thre jdramatic an"1 offset the s'ightj  discomfort  t_at   sometimes   followed.  Finally his mother  determined upon a new method,.   She decided after  many misgiving!:, that the next '-ime  Johnnie ran r.way no notice 'whatever  should  be  taken - of  it.      He   ahould  stay away as long as he pleased and |  return when lie Baw fit.  In a few days the youngster again  disappeared. Ills mother was firm in  her resolve, and no search was made,  Great was poor Johnnie's disappointment. He manascd to stay all day  b "; when it began to grow dark his  courage failed, and he started for  home. He sneaked ignominlously into the 1-tcliei.. Nobody spoke to  him. Apparently his abseiico. had  not been noticed. This was loo much  \ and as soon as opportunity, offered he  remarked casually: Well, 1 see you've  got the sVitiie old cat. *  -~*^l!-*>i*-^"ill������MSya "*BtLmt,f.'nr^l  of the early spring night. In a back  room others were playing: checkers  and disputing noisily. Davidsoa's  voice canift distinctly through the  open windows.  The house is closed, he reporter,  but one of th������ basement windows 's  not shuttered, and the lock is bad. I  conlUn't find Shields. He'd better  keep his eye on it. He stopped and  fished in his pockets with a gria.  \Thls was tied to the    knob    vf    the  JsiQ;  his voice  [for tho benefit of the room and holding   alof:,  a   piece of    paper.      "For  Edith!   Fred's {"Shields," he explained and signed Del-  If    you    and|ia"  The men gathered around him  Even tLe sergeant got up _nd leaned  forward, his elbows ou his desk.  Read it, he said laxi!y. Shields  ���������3��������� got & Wjj.e, s.jI(j. u6r -auric- alu t  Delia.  Ytear Tom, Davidson read in a mii������c-  iag falsetto, we are closing up unexpected, so I- wou't be here tonight.  I am going to Mamie Brenuan's and  if you waut to talk to mie you can get  me by calling up Anderson's drug  ] store. The clerk is a gentleman  I bad some work to do at the office \ friend of mme. Mr. Carter, the but-  arid half past 8 that night found mej-*. told me before lie left he woaltt  at my desk. But my minu strayed j Set me a place as parlor maid, so I  from the papers before me. AfteV a ?*���������*- faave anotLer situation soou,-  useiess effort to concentrate I gave it |  up as useless, and hy 10 o clock; I was  !__fS-. ^en^hS'lSVi___ I m^tue.deaH4.Wl.hinS������r^lon_c.f  -   X.'-UU.  The sergeant scowled.  ; m  roms  ��������� -         ������=,--v_  on the street again, my evening wast-! to talk to Tom, he said, reaching out  ed, the papers?in the libel case cf ffor the _ote. He's got a alee family  the Star against tht Eagle untouched! aud things like that are bad for the  and I the victim of an uneasy appre- J force  hensioh that took me, almost with-'  out volition, tc the neighborhood of  the Fleming house, for it had occurred to me that Miss Fleming might  net bav. left the house that day. as  she had promised, might still be there  liable to another Intrusion by the  mysterious Individual who had a key  to the hou_<?.  It wai, a relief, consequently, when  I reached its corner to find no lights  in -whe building. The giri had kept  her word. Assured of that, I looked  at the house curiously. It was one of  the largest In the city, hot wide, but  running rar back along the side street  and a small yard with t* low iron  fence and a garage completed the property. The street lights left the back  of the house in shadow, aud as I stopped in the shelter of the garage I was  positive that I heard some one working with the rear window of the empty house. A mom-..it later the sound  ceased :md muffled footsteps came  down the cement walk. The intruder  made no attempt to open the iron  gate, and against tho light I saw him  put a leg over the low fence, follow  it up with the other and start up the  street with a peculiar noiseless-  ness of stride. He was a short,  heavy shouldered fellow in a cap, and  his -lllhoiietto showed a prodigious  length of arm.  I followed, I don't mind saying, In  some excitement. I had a vision of  grabbing him from behind and leading hlni or pusning nim under the circumstances, in triumph to the police  elation,   and  another  mental   picture  HOW TO TREAT  PIMPLES  AND  BTJCKHEADS  _Mf    ������_.-__���������������&���������   -_������   ^**V -Nt. +*��������� -*-������ m*   tm*mJ*J*    wmmJs*-r     iW  Successfully and Speedily With  CUHCURASOAP  And Cuticura Ointment, at  a trifling cost,  is   learned  m**0\mvt     4-V. 0\     0. ���������> r\ - 11 *  JJVItl      iitu     ^���������JJ^_|^������������  A} m f. m4 , /. .. r.  IUII LClllfl IO  which accompany  those  pure, svve^t and gentle  emollients.  ,..,,., .������,.* .....,! ... ,* ,..,. i...������,.t ..... fe-.i. U, u/i.41. '.nr.  llin vrrirl.1. A lllnTul t���������rnftlft i.t i-i.n,. Willi :i7-(n.i.'������  li'Mikh'l. <rr. iltn nun uinl <rr ulir.rlil ol lit* ������kw> nun  ������rv.lt>, Milt imxl-lrim. Arli*rr\i J'r.tur IJriitt ��������� CliCIO.  Cury..Ut!i>l. 30O,Uwtl(jii. I/. II. A.  I lighted the clg_ which had been  ! my excuse for loitering on the pavement ana went on. It sounded involved for a-Govlce, but if I could find  Anderson's drugs ter? I could find  aianiie ISrssnan. TIirou__ Mamie  Breranan I would get Delia and  through Oelia I might find Carter and  so I made tiho first note in my new  business of man hunter.  Tt was late when I reached the corner of Chestnut and Union. streets,  Fred had said Allaa Fleming had  come to grief In a cab. But the  corner man had gone, and the, aigbt  man on the beat hnew nothing of j  course, of any particular collision. j  I went home to bed. I had made  no headway, I h_d lost conceit with  myself and a day and evening at the  office, and I had gained the certainty  that Margery Fleming was.safe i������  Bellwood and the uncertain address  of a servant who might know something about Mr. Floming.  I was still awake at 1 o'clock and  consulted the teiephom directory.  There were twelve Andersons in the  city who  conducted drugijtcres.  When I finally went to sleep I  dreamed tnat I was driving Margery  Fleming along a street in a broken  taxlcab and that nil the buildings  were pharmacies and numbered  eleven twenty-two.  After such a night I Blept late.  Edith had gone out with Fred when  I %camo downstairs. I havo a great  u.ujjjlj ulluU for Edith, for her tol_xv  ance with my uncertain hours, or her  cheery breakfast room and the smiling good nature ot the servants she  engages. I have a theory that, ..how  me :. sullen servant and j. will show  you a*sullen mistress, although Edith  herself disclaim! all responsibility  and lays credit for the smile with  which Katie brings In my eggs and  coCee to 'argess on my part.  On that particular morning Katie  brought me a letter, and I recognized  the cramped and rathur uncertain  writing of Miss Tane Maltland.  Dear Mr. Knox ��������� SI ste" LntU.Ja  wishes mo to aslc you if you can dlno  with ub tonight informally. She has  changed her mind in regard to the  Colored Orphans' homo and would  like to consult you about it. Vetry  truly yours,  SUSAN JANE MAITLAND  It was a very commonplace note.  I bar. hai ono like It after every hoard  meeting cf tho orphan**, home, Mies  Mnltlnrid belnR on prlnclpio an nggros-  aive minority; also having considerable mind, changing it became almost  as ponderous an operation as moving  a barn.  I camo across MIbf Jnno's letter  tho otlier day whou 1 wns gathering  lho material foi this narrative, and  1 sut for f. tlmo with it in my huiid  thinking over agnln tho chain ' of  events in which it had boen tho first  link, a Burluu of utrango hap-  pcnlngs that, began with my acceptance of tho invitation, und that led  through ways aa dark and tricks as  vain an Bret liar-o'a Heathen Chinoo  ever drr-arw'd of to tho final sonno at  tho Whlto Cat, With tho letter I hnd  filed away a half dozen articles, and  I ranged thmn all on the (Ionic In front  of me���������tho lottor, tho bit of pmior  with cloven' twenty two on II. that  Marjorlo Rave mo Uio first tlmo I naw  hor, : notebook tilled with Jerky char-  net.-rn liml looker, like Arublr- and  wero nifWHiiapi-r shorthand, a railroad  Ini'lii-dul'!. a biilW, tlio Inttrr sllghlly  flatl'Mi'-dr; a   enbo   shaped   plceo   of  I'llUlll,    W llllll    1    JJUL    llUCK    iu    im    nux  ... >..,..  .....i  i..i   i-i  ri> I.... ���������  mid u .until! gold hucklo from a ullu-  p'-r. which-���������-at which I did not lihiid-  the boys iu usefulness iu fire ��������� emergencies.  Here are the    simple    precautious  given to the boys by Mi*. Porter,  Dou't  kindle   fires  in   stoves   with  jverose-jie.  Don't go into   closet.*,    looking   for  clothing with a lights 7. match.  Don't  put  hot   ashes   and   coal   In  wooden barrels or boxes.  Don't thaw out frozen water pipes  with a torch or lamp.  Don't allow waste paper, excelsior  and rubbish to collect.  Don't use gasoline for cleaning iu a  closed room.  Don't look for gas leaks with a  match cr lamp.  Don't allow lace artaius near gas  brackets.  Don't allow oily rags near stove,-.  orjabout the premUes.  uou't allow sawt.ust to be usedY.i  cuspidors or on the floors.  Don't throw waste paper iu a fireplace.  Don't throw cigars or cigarettes  away if lighted.  Don't keep matches in. paper boxes  or lying about carelessly.  Don't use snapping parlor matches,  taboo them.  ���������Don't forget that matohe; are the  beginning of many -conflagrations,;-'.'.  Don't hang your clothing near open  fires or stoves.  Don't fill lamps after dark, and never when lighted.  Don't allow rubbish in hallways or  on fire escape.-,  Dont burn leaves and dead _rass on  windy days.  Don't forget to have the chimneys  of your home clear .ed-once a year.  Don't fail to ook twice at everything that looks like fire.  __-������_���������__ *m   xvM. * xj   \* * *__ jf Lining,   tu   tilt;   ld._lu~  lord; Inspect yo_r'ow_ building.  Don't fail to notify the chief of  the fire department of anything you  may see that is dangerous and liable  to cause fire, remembering that evers*  C_y is fire prevention day.  Don't fail to give the representatives  of the fire marshal or the firemen-them  Tommy, who/was tlio7proud possessor of a couple of rabbits, on arriving  home from school ono day proceeded  to his rabbit hutch, and holding one  of the rabbits up by its ears squarely  in front of him, asked it, with a menacing look: .Twjkne two?���������a shake-������������������  Twice two?--well then:  Twice slx?^  Throwing the rabbit lack into Its  hutch he remarked'Ih angry tones: I  knew teacher was telling fibs. She  said rabbits could multiply quick.  MANY BRANDS OF BAKING  **"! POWDER CONTAIN ALUM WHICH  IS AN INJURIOUS ACID. THE IN-*  OJREDIENT S.  OF    A LO NT    BAKING  '^OWD'EB-ARE SELDOM PRINTED,  ON   THE    LABEL.   IF   THEY  ARE, THE  'ALUM IS USUALLY REFERRED TO  AS SULPH.ATE OF ALUMINA SB  SODtC   ALUMINIC   SULPHATE.  MAGIC  BAKING   POWDER  CONTAINS' NO   ALUM  *  THE   ONLY    WELL-KNOWN    MEDIU.VI-  PRICED   BAKING   POWDER   MADE    !N-  CANADA    THAT.DOES    NOT    CONTAIN    ALUM,  AND   WHICH    HAS   ALL   UTS   INGREDIENTS  PLAINLY   STATED   ON    THE    LABEL.  5. W. GILLETT   COMPANY  LIMITED  A Bici Break  Jones fell down and broke four legs.  What are you talking about? Jones  hasn't got four legs!  I didn't say he had. Tlie legs belonged to a tablo he fell against.  Jones wasn't hurt at allY  a..    ,    ., ,.,���������    ��������� ���������      ���������>  How's This?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that  cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure. '������������������.'.--.������������������?  F.   J.   C11EN.-Y   &   CO..   Toledo,   O.  Wo, the undersigned,- have Unovrn F.  .T. Cheney for the last 15 yenrs. and believe Mm perfectly honest in all business  transactions aud financially able to carry  out anv obligations made by his firm.  NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE.  Toledo. O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials  sent free. Price 7-75 - cents--.per., bottle.  Sold by aU: druggists. ~**  Take Hall's.-Family Pills for constipation. : ..;--  Anothrr; New Comet Found  Another new comet, the second to  be discovered this mo, .th^-- has been  located ..'definitely' th the constellation  Pisces, r west of the star* Omsga,-iac-.  cording to Prof. 'til. F. Bariiard of the  Yerkes: Observatory at Williams Bay,  Wis. YProf. Barnard calls the visitor  a remarkable celestial body-: It was  discovered' on Sept, ������ by Neujmin, ah  Buropean r.strohomer. YThe first' comet was found by the Rev? Joel Metcdlf  on September 1.    -        ?      ?  Prof. Barnard says that the? comet  appears like an asteroid; defined by  astronomers"' as a starlike body, but  has a nebulcus appendage extending  to the east. 'ihis distinguishes it  from ordinary asteroids.  The new? -met will not become visible to the naked eye, but may be seen  through a five ineh telescope. It differs from vhe Metcalf comet in baing  perk-dic; that is. it will return at stated intervals.  The most obstinate corns and warts  ,m      X -  Ji     LU  Try it,  lUil    io   leaiBL   xaujj-Tv������*j' a    __.^    _��������� i-.  ?.?Y ??--?^^^'^-sS'lcB^.''ti.tititi-'  At a dinner" ^ven in NewVork by  the Greeters, an? organization of hotel  meh,;T. C.?Breisiih:df?the Elaaa,?said:  -.-tXmX~.%. ..m^mm.    '. ��������� . ^U m. ������ L.X .     ���������   _ ������. '     - _' t f.*.. JA 1 mi -  ��������� .    liVriOl  ; UWU;     VUUIJUI, :,; V_       XJJSS**-1 v,15"  They "musit not imitalre, old Cornelius  Husk.   Old Corn Husk? as you lenow.?  saw his boy the bther7 day carrying  the thermometer from? thekitchen out  int_ the'.'yard.:/". :7-7'..?. -  .. Whatcha; doin*. wi- thet  thar ther-  lTiometer, boy? he asked. 7  I wahter git", the. difference in tem-  Terj acher, pop, betwixt inside and outside, the son -answered.   .;   y  Wall, quit it? snapped old Corn  Husk. Keepin* the mescury. runnin  up and down the tube like that, fust"  thing ye knew the dura thing'll be  worn out, and long'll go 25 cents for  another thermometer.  Small Willie   was   entertaining  his  big sister's beau in the parlor.  ���������Mr.  Green,  he asked,    how    many  pennies have you got?  I haven't any at present, Willie, I  am sorry to say, he replied.  Then mamma was right, continued  the little fellow. She^'told sister last  night that you didn't have any more  sense than a rabbit  aallfOO      AtT&\mir      /_T\T\^*\T,'f 11T- .���������ir      -f/^       Win tr*%       r������  m-Hm/m. is -^.m*        w  . ���������������_ _ ^ ���������** _**-* *-"��������� ��������������� ���������-��������� --* -^. _V/ ���������J.* __-*<_ _U  careful examination of your property.  They are trying to help you.  Roman Too Far  Riley (glancing up over the door of  the post-omce)���������Tim, me bhoy. what  is the meaning of thlm letters?  Tim���������They mean eighteen hundred  and ninety-eight.  Riley���������Don't it sthrike you that they  are carrying this spelling reform too  far?  'At the Thames Police Court a woman asked Mr. teycester for a summons against a person for breaking a  window.  The Magistrate���������Did the person do  it on purpose.  The Applicant���������Oh. no, sir; she did  it with her hands.  G-ttlng Their Own Bad*.  A young man had take: his wife  to a theatre, and as there was no  one to look after the baby, they had  brought?it along. It cried lustily all  through the first act. At the close  of the act an official came down the  gangway and informed them that if  they 7 could not -keep the baby, quiet  they?would^have.to go to the box office,   get  their  money  back  and  go  OUt.  ti..-'' ..:-'..'.  They succeeded in squelching the  baby'and all went well for a time.  Then five minutes after the last  act had ���������comIhencec,- the young father leaned over and said: How do you  like t'r.e show?      *  Rotten!   was  the  reply.  Wfien Bobbie went to see his grandmother he was much.- in terested ; In  whatever went on-iu the- kitchen. One  day she said to him: I'm goin;: to mako  you a nice little pie in a saucer, all  ������q*> -"ourself. Don'- vq-i ^-"^ink ������'m  pretty good to take so much trouble?  Bobbie pondered. Grandma? he said  at length, mother told me not to be a  bother, and. If It's going to be any  trouble' you can iust as well make my  pie regular size.  ���������"in in the hahy.  Mi nerd's. Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Trap-  New  *.'he l6hmaellte  Paying Teller���������You must get some  one to Identify you before 7. can pay  thlB check. Have you any friends in  this town?  Stranger���������Not one. I'm the dog  catcher.  DIDN'T KNOW  That Tea and Coriec Cause Trouble  Didn't Buy Books  The agent for a handsomely illuminated book to be sold on tbe credit system���������a feast to the intellect and.  an. ornament to any library���������leant  against the side of the house, caught  his breath, clenched his fists, and  looked skywards.  Wbat's the matter? asked the po;  licemam   -  I've met the 'meanest man, he answered? I've heard of him, and I've  read about him in the papers, but 1  never expected to meet him face to  face.  How do you know he was the meanest man?  By the way lie acted. I showed  him this work of art, lectured on it  for half an hour, showed the engravings, and when 1 hinted that it would  be a good thing to order, what do you  W.  U   07c  nVr.  (To   hn  Connuu^irl)  So common is the use of tea or coffee as a beverage many do-not know  that ..hey are the cause ot many obscure alls which are often attributed  to other things.  Tho easiest way to find out for oneself Is to quit tho tea and coffee for a  while at least, and note remits. A  lady found out In this way, and also  learned of a now beverage that Is  wholesome A3 well as pleasant to  drink.     Sho writes:  *_ am 40 years old nn-l all my llfo  up to a year aud a hnlf ago. I hud heen  a coffeo drinker.  "Dycpepflla, severe headaches and  heart woaknoBS mado mo feel sometimes an though I wns about to die.  After drinking a cup or nvo of hot  coffeo, my heart would go llko n clock  without a pondulum. At other Uiuob  it would almost atop and I wns so  norvous I did not llko to bo nlono." Tea  Is Just os harmful, because it contains  cufleluo, the uanio drug found ln coffee.  "IZ 1 took a walk for excrete-*, aa  soon ab 1 was out of sight of tho hous.  I'd fuel as If I was sinking uud this  would frighten mo terribly. My Umbo  would uttorly rofuno to support nio\  and tho pity of It all was, I dltl not  know that coffco wua causing tho  troublo.  nc.-xd'.nr* Ir. the rnP0'-'" 1hnt. many  peraonn were -relieved of ������uch ailnientn  by leaving off coffeo and drinking Postum, I got my husband tc bring homo  a pa/ika_o. Wo-mndo It according to  dlrectlotiH and I Hied tho first cup. Ub  rich, snappy flavor waa dollcloiiH,  "I havo  boon using PoHtum  about:  eighteen.months and to my great joy  dlgoatlon Ih good, my norvon uml heart  aro all right, ln fact, I am a well woman once mor***, ���������hnnk*"'. to Por-tum."  Namo glvon by   Canadian   Postum  Co., WlndHor, Ont.    Wrlto for ropy of  lho llttlo  book,  "The  Jloiul  to  Well-  vlllo."  Pobtiim I'oinoh In two forum:  n������ mi In i*   Pofttim���������m<i<-l   >.<-.   I,mw.,i  Initant Pottum Is a nnluhln powdor.  A   lUUHpoOUUU    uinnuivi-n    i|HII:Hiy    111    ji,  cup of hot water and with cr������*.im and  digur, 'makes a delicious hovoniKc jn-  Btantly.     nroc/im *i-*-M Iinni Klmlu.  'There'* a rcaoon" for Pohuihi.  England's Champion  shooter* Retains Title  BY A. Randall, of Portland, Maine,  who in 1912 won the title of champion trapshooter of New England, captured the honor again 'this year by  breaking^l05 cut of 200 targets at  the Paleface Shooting Association's  tournament held at Wellington, Mass,  yept. 10-11. Mr. Randall also won  high arr.ateur average for the meet  with 38S out of 400. K. D. Gibbs,  shooting the speed shells in his Remington pump gun, was high over all,  scoring 388 out of 400 targets thrown.  Wind Every Five Years  Clocks are now made to' run five  years with once winding up. In 1881  the Belgian Government placed one of  these in a railway-station and sealed  it. "It has kept capital time, haying  only been four times wound���������in 1886,  1891, 1896, and? 1901; and there is a  clock in the Church cf St. Quentln, in  Mayence, which has only stopped once  during a period'of'500 years.  Safe  " Old Maid���������i������ I catch you in my garden again, I'll tell the constable.  Bo5r���������'B oai.'c do nothln'.     'E's my  ole man.  A clergyman was anxious to introduce uomo hymnbo'jka Into "?the  church, and arranged with his clerk  thai, tho lutte*.' was to givo out the  notice immediately .\fter the sermon.  The clerk, howtvei, had a notice of  his own to give out with reference to  the baptism of Infants. Accordingly, at the cioso of the sermon ho aroi*o  nnd announced that all thoso who had  children whom thoy wish tc havo  baptised I'leusu send iu their names  ut onco to tho dork. Tho clergyman  ->ou. j no spicier vho was stono deaf, assumed thr.t tho  was merely looking over your paper clorU wnR Kiv|ng out tho hymboolc no  CHILDHOOD AILMENTS  Ailments such as constipation, colic, colds, vomiting, etc., seize children of all ages ^and the mother-  should be on .her guard against these  troubles by keeping a box^o. Baby's  Own Tablets in tbe house? If any  of these troubles come on suddenly  the Tablets will cure them, or if.the  little one ls given an occasional dose  of, the tablets he will escape theso  troubles. The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25c  a box from -ihe Dr. Williams" wlwdi-  cine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Recovering All Right *  ��������� The following letter is from a smut  boy to his mother, who ha^ sent him  into the country to recover froni an  illness:- "������������������'.���������"   '.. :/���������  Dear Mum;  I forgot .to  write be-  fore.;,    Me and some other- boys we_V  _..X     J���������    :m     \.~.mX     m.~m*mmAmm.        ��������� m. A      XX. .     V ��������� -J-  ���������jut. Ji*   xx   ivuar.   juai.muu.jt   auu   utk   uuab  turned over, but a man got ,me.out.  alright.   This morning we  were out  for a bike ride, uidl fell over and cut  me head.   And tonight we are going  to sot light to a haystack and let Ivir.   's chickens out of   their   cages.  So I think we will enjoy ourselves.   I  feel much better   now.-���������Your   loving  son, Tom.  All mothers can put iaway anxiety  regarding their + suffering children  when they have Mother Graves*  Worm Exterminator to give relief. Its  effects are faure and lasting.  I don't know.  Me said ho never bought books. He  t.idn!t have to. He just waited for  come Idiot of an agent to come along  r>nd tell him all that was in them  and. .turn over tha leaves while, he  looked at tho pictures.  When Mark Twain, in his fcarly  ���������flays, was editor of a Missouri paper,  a superstititlous subscriber wrote co  him saying that ho had found a spider  ln his paper. Was that a slKn of good  luck or bad? Tho humorist wrote  him this amiwor,  and printed it:  Old Subscriber: Finding a spider  in your paper was neither good luck  nor bad luck for    you.   Tho    spider  Rather Suggestive  She���������I'll never go anywhere again  with you aB long as I livel . /  He���������Wh���������-why?  She���������At the. tea thle afternoon, you  asked  Mrs.  Smith how  her husband  wrnn   .Ofnt*^!*!***''  +1"* ���������*���������*���������*.  -^  ��������� ��������� **w      iMiiiMitow>_g       %0*A\S      A  dead two months.  to boo which merchant is not advertising, so that, ho dan. go to that-store  spin his wob across tho door, and load  a life of undUitnrbod pence over afterword.  ftho entornil thi* doctor's office,  truly a sorry jjnc-claolo. Hor right  oyo wns buntfnged. a hrulac marred  hor chook and her left arm was supported by a sling.  Ah, good mornli.g, M'.'s. Brewster,  An accident, I boo? hhUI the doctor  sympathetically. I am very sorry, indeed.      How  did  It, luippon?  Woll, you soo, sir, it was llko this.  "I wor n-goln' 'omo iho other ovouln.  an' it wan very durU ou our t-tuir, an"  I thought I'd reached mo own door,  but when 1 knocked lt wasn't, an' tho  gentleman what oponod tho door  thought 1 wns his wlfo.  Cob  Humor  Old Lady��������� Does yuur hor*,-- ever  shy at motors?  Cabby���������Lor' hlons yi'i\ no, Indy; ho  dldn'*' '*vpi������ Hbv when riillwiiv trains  fUHt conn* in.  Anowftrfd  Ho (trying lo huIUo up im aciiuuliit-  ������..co)���������What!  Only you horc? Whiro  V.:*"--   "''   " ������   "lho*-   Tilf-r*.   .'Irbi   p-ono?   I  Him' (bltlngly)--Thpy'vo .   koho    off \  HOlHOWillMO     Willi     llll     l.liu     lll-U     liu>ll  lice, and Imv. ������.dlat**ly roso and oald:  And I Hhonld say for tho benefit of  thoso who t-tavon't any, that thoy may  obtain somo from tlio ushers any day  from 8 to 4 c clock; uio ordinary llttlo ones nt 25 coi.ts each, and special  c.nca ut CO -coiits,  Blinks  homo?  Jinks���������Sobor  ,   in Thle Town  What's tho host way to go  Mlnard'o Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Exe.-VWhat ridiculous, impossible  things these fashion plates are. ?  Mrs. Exe���������I know they iiBod to bo  but today many of them aro engraved from photographs.  Exo���������Well, this ono can't bo. Hero  are two women going In qpposlto directions, both with brand new gowns  on and neither, looking back nt lho  other. ���������'   ���������  gmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmiim  She Knew  What's your husband's a vertigo incomo? asked the caller.  About 1 a.m. replied Mrs. Wlso.   .  Father, why can a man run fastt  than a boy?     Bcciuto he's bigger, la  that bo?   Thon why don't   tho   hind  >��������� heels of a wagon rim tastov than tho  front ones?     I givo 1   up.  Champngne Bottleo  No machine has yet boon lnvontod  in Franco which can supersede manual  labor in tho manufaoturo of champagno  boUlc-u.   Thu niuu poifarming this difficult work arc woll paid.  A nuffragette sriyH that n fow dayn  In ivrl-.iou .does her Kood.    A  kind cf J  nrr������'ii| euro. In fnc'. J  ���������ui .iy������*g _5      *S      t__*3   o _t>  Hie Cheerful JLife  , i ������  Wini ii Mil '-*"  _-il-������MI--l*i-'li-'N-������li^i--ir*,iii^l-i^_iliM"-i*^i-l������*--t-*.awwi^*^ > ,|  ���������WH-W-IW-tWtllpUiwiUMI^  It In tho right of ovcryone to llva and ������njoy th* cheerful Ufa. W# -we  It to oumelvM *nd Uioho who Uvft with u������ to llva the cheerful life. Ww,  cannot do ���������/������ If HI health Ukea hold of u������.  The vr-ifo, mother and d������ugliUr puff-ring fiom hot fl_*li-a, nwrvomnoa*-,  hi*i-ilaoh<������, lincltftrh*. HM--(lnir-<lownf������nllnr, <>runy <iti*#rw������������UiiMi������dn������i to tlltont^ra  or irr������tirula(itl������i oC tha dcllcaU itamale oi_ana~>la _o( only a burdan to liaiaalf*  but tn h������r loved onw. "'  i-i,.... I.  .. ������-������...������.>        W������������f-������ ������������.,������  *rnnrl������ni-M |n������������ ������Mi|������i nnmt<H>|'i>|iW ���������**-������*  i__i  sB*F A>V ���������     JS,   JBL JK.ZI JRtI- ^*y JRmmf   CW  F________S  yescrtptflom  ..... .*,*.  -praltidlca, anvy and m������lloa. , Hold by daalar* In mtdklnajn liquid ar tablet fnrm.  JJt. X ,%,Ll.m m ������������,..������..w . ������.  rme*\pi'ciona^^t aUmj������v-7e*":lt.OO or 60c tiaa.   Addr������������������it.V.Vltuct.U. Um,  lmffalo.N.Y  ������r. Plerecr** rieiuiant r_ll������t_ re������ulate antf tn-riftrac*  ���������t^Miactaf Urate ������u__ li������w������li* Wwiwr-cwa-wla **_gr ������riui������a������������_ samaaemmmmmmm  .r... mrm.f.m' ^���������^r'^TOJSijg  ���������** IH ' Jlii! r-UWK  /  ������_?  'i.tii-'i w..������l ^ v jlj_ vv,, t^tvji^o j.vj������i\. Ji. v-  ,-f?  Your ixyeac,  is Clogged up    , -  , That's Why You're Tired���������Oat ef  Sorts���������Have ao Appetite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  wil! put you right  in a tew days.   _*_-ff sera  th*>Ir duty.  _.ur,  "Con*"li- ^4  pat'ton, jg _. __  Bilionsnes), /iiifiges'ion, ond Sicft Headache*  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  ttvls-irviN***   iviv/ i ihji-J -irlo i One   r^ir-m������������  One Company Spends $50,000 a Year-  Just to Robe Its Various   - *  Productions'  Every frequenter''of tlio moticn plo?  ture theatres must have boen struck,  at some time or another, by the lux-  urlousness of the stage setting of most  of the society dramas��������� the magnificence of the decorations, the richness  of the furnishing, and the costliness of  the dresses worn by the performers.  Few, however, havo any real conception of the hug_ cost *o2 * these  things, or appreciate the pains taken  by the big film producing companiea  to get the beat of everything.  Take, ior instance, .the costume of  LEPROSY AND FISH  (Motets Surgeon7*,? Death Re-saila n!s  Theories of Disease  Sir Jonathan Hutchinson, the famous" surgeon, who died at' Haslemer������.  England, at tihe age of eighty-four, devoted much time to the study of tho  -   ,    , _.      ���������_,������,., nm origin ot leprosy.   Ho formed the the*  the principal actresses. Tho capiUl of- ory thQt thQ dlseafle ^.aa dtia to t^  FREE,  ron/t .  GREAT OFFER BY A RESPONSIBLE FIRM,  w-r/-ogre yqij NOTHING TO TRY.  ToanVinTs^iwiiolapMipi'ty Uii- correctnrmuof Uicoiwa  * wrf ku������������ii eai������<H.n Towns. rmlfuIi^lseomlllion-iWoy,  ������0 oifci o.r SIS i.-y., SOLID GOLD WATCHj,  l.n'liMl G'ucinu.ent s'itmpi-il, fully jew. Hsd, as a FREE  GIFT. (Silver Watches aro j>������������������medto Cc-us.)  Send  your  allewpt on  a  obcot  of pnper,  . .1.���������   ...-u.   .i.Mn.rl    ndHreseed    envelop���������  r"<"eXiy t'i FELLOWS"&"CO.. 10. Grouveno*  Build���������i**, Sleelhouso Lane, Birmlinehcm,  En dand. The winner is required to pnvehiup  a Chain from us to wear with, watch. The  namo of thia paper muBt bo tssenuoneO. _ rjzo-  Vr���������(tiers of lost competition .were t  Mrs. A. Gay, Am'-ierst, Nova Scotia, Can.  Mrs.   A.      Fowlow,   Trinity   East,   Nfld.  Europe are ransacked for the latest eatIng of diseased OT impe:_eetly cured  S'rtati^?, ia ������m.11Uae^/ J?^   ?���������__ SsSi' aad to confirm his view he sel.out  When Miss Miriam Nesblt and ������liss  Mary Fuller were last over hero ���������with.  "r Hair-Cutting Causes Saldneai^ v {  Several matters of*Interest?to' the"  mere layman engaged the attention of  th���������������British, J-edleal' C__I_a&_g&' a*  Brighton recently. j" Br. * Barerf&t, * sti,  skin specialist, for example, suggested  too much hair cutting as a cause of  baldness.  Why is it that there ase so many  bald men and so few ball women? ho  asked. I believ, ii is because Exea  will not let their hair grow to a proper length. The average man. wears  his hair aoout an liioi- long, whereas  iUshould he at least thirteen, or fourteen inches.  " Dr. Barendt afterward explained  that he considered nature was affronted by frequent cutting of the Jialr.  If it ls not allowed to grow to the  length I hav<> men.loned it becomes  '&.-?������?* fii!!������ ������������nt"m m B1ATUCD. Hiin UUU 11  Mrs, "Wiks-oWs Soothing Syrup has been  ���������used for over SIXTY VJJA.RS by MIM.IONS ������*  ���������MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILS  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. ' It  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMi  AIXjWS all PAIN -, CURES WIND COLIC, aad  is the best remedy ior BIARJRHCEA. It is absolutely fearru'ess. Be sure and ask tor "Mra.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ������o oUre***  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  *-���������'.'  _r_raai-_rai_M-_  WATERPROOF  COLLARS AND  CUFF3  S������iii(.-thlii_ bettor than linen and no  aundry bills. Wash tt with soap and  Water. AH stores or direct. State stylo  *nd size. .N For-25c. we will mall you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,  53 Fraser Avenue. Toronto, Ontario  Limited  CANCER  Book Free.    A simple  .Bomo   treatment removed  lump fromthislBdy'abreasS  Old sores, ulcer* ������ad  -Srowtbs eared.    Describe  youi' iroable t we i-*>II ������enfl book -a*t te*tinoniaIi_  me Canada cancer institute, -m-co  * tO CHURCMIW. AVE��������� TORONTO  the Edison Company, they paid a vis  it to Paris for the purpose of purchasing a stock of such things for future  Edison productions, ond in two days'  shopping they spent moro than $15,000.  Miss Lottie Briscoe, the Lubln stjir  actress, recently played in a film  which necessitate'd no fewer than fourteen changes of costume, each costing  on an average about $75, and sho  needs when on tour, twenty trunks for  her "wardrobe.  Miss Gene Gauntier wears one set  of furs in the Kaiem films that cost  $4,000, and sho has other sets almost  equally as valuable. Miss Asta Neil-  son is credited with being the most  expensively dressed actress in the pictures. Frequently her costumes in  the society scenes in which she specializes will cost as much as $500  apiece. ^  It might be thought that as the actual dresses worn by the performers  are not seen by the public, but only  the photographio representations of  them, that common material or imitation stuff would do as well as the real  articles. -.- ..  ' ���������-.' ."-.- 7  -   But, as a matter of fact, this is far  from being the case.   Indeed,, the very  . reverse holds good.   To get a really  I first-class  photograph,  first-class properties must be. provided.  In the early days, of the picture  play business this was not properly  realized, and a company that laid out  $5,000 oh a collection of properties, although expecting the,m tp last for  years, was considered extravagant.  Nowadays, oh. the other hand, it  vould be a very cheap affair that  would Btart with less than $15,000 or  $20,000 worth; while ono of the best  known of the really big firm companies is reported to' spend as much as  $50,000 every year in dressing���������or. as  it is technically termed, 'robing' its  shows.  at the ago of seventy for a long tour  in India and Robben Island, Cape Colony. His writings did much to secure better conditions for leproay sufferers.  In bygone times, he once .wrote, 1  used to call leprosy 'fish-eaters' gout';  but he latterly preferred the description: fish-eaters' tuberculosis.  Leprosy, he said again, advanced in  inland districts of Europe with the advent of Christianity, and the observance of flsh fasts, and it dslappeared  when Protestantism threw fasts Into  disuse. This contention brought him  into conilict with'the hsads of ths Reman Catholic Church.  Sir Jonathan, who lived In Haslei  mere for fifty years, was the founder  of the educational museum there, tho  superintendence of which he counted  as one of his recreations.  Motion Picture In School Still Opposed  Teaching by symbols la a recoguiz-  ed element in pedagogy ol today.  It  'is often a more direct way of rousing  'the appreciation or understanding of ���������  .students than precept or homily.     II-1  lustration, too7 plays   a   larger   part I  than of old.   Laboratory practice was  long in superseding mere lecture room  work In th<t-colleges, but lt" la now  thoroughly established that to see the  .process with the eyes, to handle materials and to practice the rules is ths   -��������� X- 1--       XI .JL     XI. .      ~X..Jl  UUiy    Kit}    LU   UJ.cttt.C3   BUIS   I.UBI   we   EX.U.VI-  ent U_d3r2tand3 vrhsA ho ls taught.  The concrete presenilation of things in  the forms of illustration, as the word  ls used, verbal or pictorial, is one oi  the favorite pedagogic means. The  use of illustrations la School books  and bf pictures ln the classroom con-  dry anH loses ite strength, much in I stantly Increases.   Children not   only  tho same way th_t th������ muscles of the j read about the strange homes of -ia-  MaDruCc laxatives  are especially good for  children because they are  pleasant to take, gentle in  action, do not irritate the  bowels nor develop a need  tot continual or increased  doses. 25c. a box, at your  Druggist-.  "Naiinjm! 0���������32 end Chemical C_.  cf Caseda, Lhsited.      177  "B_r  urns*  NA-DRU-CO  -*_-.*���������������%������  body become flabby and' weak If they  are sot exercised.  Dr. David Walsh, a Harley street  skin specialist, told the meeting that  he considered the abnormal loss of  hair on the head, as well as many  skin diseases, was largely associated  with defective circulation? of the bloodi  Losa of hair might often?bo taken as  a sign of heart trouble. In support  of this he found thai?? out of thirty-sis;  bald persons be had. examined twenty*;  four were suffering-&b_i?.valvular disease of the heart. Dr. Eddowes, however,  mentioned.;:the. case  ci ttn*: ex  tent peoples, but see them pictured.  They not only read about historical  events, but have pictures that mako  the actuality of the happening more  vivid.  At the same time the present day  experiment of teaching by motion pictures la opposed by many people &&  going too far- Of course, -with all tihe  pictures of 'processes, places and'?tj_ei  .various., dplatgi. "which, .children learti  in geography, historT"" and kindred  studies, careful explanation goes along  and iio doubt the "children v{Ul also be  prompted-to, ask Intelligent questions,  Ukrv WAC 1 ami?  FOR TWO YEARS  tremelyr bald min who?rwas bne?of?I������ie I and will be interested ahd remember  moat powerful gymnasts he knsw>?      (the answer becau3S?t_.o question .came  Speakini, before another section at spontaneously, but one must still iagreo  the conference, Dr. TH. TF. Winslow de-  -feZ-? A  delightful,   snow-white  toilet preparation,   which __  _Bl_Bk. ma^es   ba.d   complexions *^|<9  ___5? good, and good ones better.  Splendid for chafed,  chapped, sore  skin   or  cracked lips.  in' 25o 0"al -"lass i^ts at  your Druggist's,      "    202  Hatlona] Drug and Cnoalcal Co.  Canada, Uraltwi, EfcutraaL  WANTED at once  jjj^ujjj^j persona   to   work   for   us  in spare time at home. 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Wlnnlpar, Edmonton, Stakatoou  The Desire to Disagree  There are those who ������eem to  ������%���������������*>���������*     -*-������T-4-V-r.    *jV1-������*-i,    tnaf-jtinr     -"o.    /l*5_loori^^,_������  >/l>AM        ft AVM      VUk-j      _.������_.-^���������������**���������-V*      *>������J- _  ���������t;__W*--.*3���������������-^*- mm  have in mind at this moment one such  person. * I have heard him express  emphatically -certain opinion and  then? perhaps V.-.day or?twp lateral  have heard him denounce the same  opinlon^expressed in his presence by  someone else.  Y  Sometimes, of course, this kind of  "thing is done by, those who love argu-  msnt ��������� for ;.*ths-'::SS-k-3-. of the Int-Ileotual  exercise?. But in this; instance lt was.  due simply and tolely tb the" love of  disagreeing..,   ;  If we did not spend 30 much, time  in trying to disagree, if we aid not  torment ourselves with the ill feeling  that accompanies the will to disagree,  we should be surprised at the strange  improvement in the people and in the  world about us. .  We should find that, through persistent self assertion, instead of gaining  we lost.7..  We should also discover that  through resisting the desire to? disagree, through giving people as good a  chance to express themselves as wo  long to give ourselves, we should exert a far greater influence than we do  now, and We should be heard oftener  and with more profit.���������From 'Intimations,' by John D. Barry, Paul Elder &  Compim"-; Publish.*'!**',  Stomach Troubles and Weakness of  Kidneys Cured by Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pilis.     .  ? There is an enormous amount of  suffering froni liver and. kidney derangements and stomach troubles  that could easily be avoided by using:  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. If  you could only -realize the scores of  everyday? ills that arise from a sluggish condition of the kidneys, liver  and bowels you would hot -be long  in giving this medicine a, trial?  Mrs. Edvard Stewart? New Richmond West, Que., writes: "I want to  tell you how thankful I am for using  your Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver.: Pills  for stomach troubles and backache  caused by w:eak kidneys. I was unable to wash any clothes for-over two  years on account? of my back being  lame. I read the Almanac and be-  ga:n using these pillsi Two boxes  made a complete cure^ I can do my  own washing and any other work now  and want to say to lady friends that 1  clared that we are quite wrong in,our  methods;-ot stakingYfood?-;?rH[e?v^o_ld  not promise any;^short?cut^ to^itheYnail^  lennium but he suggested, that mankind would?enjoy?muoh better health  if they would only recognize the fact  that it -is Ywrong ?to;v drink. at hieal  times. All "drinks .should .be Jtaken?  between meals.!.'?,?^He^ was iibt ?talking  about alcoholj������"f-ct? he^ehtirely -dissociated his present contention from  any discussion of temperance. What  he wanted people to do was to eat  without any sipping at all.  that teaching by pictures mayr have the  fault" of Its virtue. What Is so easily  and readily accepted may be as easily  let go. -."*J  Henry jamesl'.ther American novelist, lives .at-Bye?'one of the Cinque  Ports, but recently he left Rye and  took a house in the country near the  estate of a millionaire - jam manufacturer, riBtired. This man, having  mai-ried an earl's daughter, was  ashamed of the trade whereby he had  piled up his fortune.  The jam ihaihufacturer one day  wrote Mr. James an impudent letter  vowing that it was outrageous the  way the James? servants were trespassing on his grounds. Mr. James  wrote back:'  Dear Sir:���������I am vei-y sorry to hear  that my servants have 7 beeu poaching  oh your preserves.  P.S.���������You'll excuse my mentioning  your preserves, won't you?  Giylnr) It Away  .A dear little brld< In a r-illway car-  i-lagb w'aa like most brides in. desiring  to?aybid identification as such. The  inisbkud went but to got some refreshments "at a stopping place. ? An old  lady opposite talked to her.  You are lately married, my dear, I  know, gh& said kindly.  "" Oh, no, we have been married a long  time, returned the   younger.  ���������wj>ma_';  briskly; ?  ."  Ah I excuse me. You are so young  and ybu seem so happy?  Oh,  we have been married el^ht,  yes, eight years.  Have you any-���������  Oh! (blushing furiously) nol  Weill Well! and I thought at first  you were on your honeymoon..  Oh, no. My husband will tell you������������������  here he comes���������that ,we have been  married eight years.. Haven't ti&s,  Jack^ '        ?������������������'���������  '  Yes, yes, certainly, he replied. Bo  you Icnow, Mabel! he added, with a  wriggle, I have some of that beaatly  rice down iny back yet?  The Rev  Dr. John Wosley HIU, Of  they do not know how much I appre-1 New^^ York, told_:'--ae  fojlG.������ins ^"  f RES TO ALl SUFFHSEB&  *_J-0ata������l*O������**r0FS0ttT3"CU*IDOWM'OT*<iOTXHESLUBg'  ������������r������*R from UDNBT, BLADSBR. KXRVOUS OISRA8M,  G_*ONlC1V���������t.KNeSSKS.ULCBBS.������KIK3RUFTIOH&.PIt.K6.  vrnte for my FRES book,   .hs most instku-;tiv������  KBOICAt. BOOK KVXa WKXTTKK.1X -TKI.L3 AtX aboot th���������������1  r>!SKA3|^ C^^h _ RKMAfCKABLS CURBS KFrKCTBD fc������   FRBHOH REMEDY. N.I. M.2. W^L  ciate Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.'  25 cents a box. all dealers, or Ed-  mahson, Bates & Co.. Ltd.; Toronto.  Little Folly conaihg in from her  walk one morning'informed her mother that she had seen a Hon in the  park. No amount of persuasion or  reasoning could mak_ fier vary her  statement one hairbreadth. That  night, when she slipped down on. her  knees to say -her prayers, her mother  said: Polly, ask God to forgive you  for that fib."   .>  Polly hid her face for a moment.  Then Bhe looked straight, into her  mother's eyes, her own shining like  the other -.-night  in illustration of a  point he?wislied to make:  i am reminded, he said, pi the  Irishman wbose alarm clock stopped  running. He shook it, but it would  not run, He waited but it did not  improve, and then one day he took  the back out of -it, lookred in, and saw  a dead cockroach. Shure enough,  said he. I've?7diskivered the difilcul-  ty.    The engineer ii dead!     ���������? '  ���������''   ��������� nj* i^ -i i���������-__^_-_^____���������^**** ���������"  Love cf Canada  -  Th_re ��������� w^ the7 smell of rain and  of quickening earth in the air, and a  few duck flew over, making no sound.  My dear, says the kind-hearted husband, I do not wish to say anything  about oiir extravagant way of keeping 1  house, hut do you know It is % fact I ��������� _.  that the average French family lives  oh what the average American family  wastes?.??  But, my angel, comments the helpful wife, that would be Impossible. In  the first place, the cost of sending it  to Prance -would b?e too great, and besides it would spoil before it got  there.  Mtt'-thacMfldrfQCYouRawMatts���������at. Dteti   _b*olotalrrft_8. Ho-foOowap'eiicnlara.JDK-E.KCtS-1  HID. CO, H4TBWX0C- UB. U-UrSTXJ������������������, *CO*tDOM.BR������i  - Cattle  when  dehorned with the improved .  Keystone Dehorner  fatten quicker, cows  give more milk, butchers pay better prices.  Send for free literature to  ..R;-7H.?McKENMa; V.S., Manufacturer  ?."."219 Robert Street, Toronto, Ont.  ^ ^ w  ww> o        Tempest stood still to watch them  starsrand^said: I'did ask"ii__,Dmam-| go.   Then he looked out across the  ma, dearest, ���������nd he said: Don't men-  land which was so dear to him with  LADIES WANTED ��������� DO AUTISTIC,  conucnlal needlework at Uomo; malco  from three to flvo dollnm per day decoi-  ���������ntlng cushion  tops.    Armour  Art    Co.,  Dept. B.. Brc-albnno BlooJ:, Winnipeg.  Bodkin's Dilemma  Mra. Bodkin had a worried look on  her face ao sho camo down to breakfast.  Mary, Bho said to the maid, I am  somewhat alarmed. I do hope now  that nothing has happened to Mr. Bodkin.   Ho hasn't boen home all night.  Wliy, bless you, replied Mary, tho  : aster's nil right.     He's down by tho  Shortly after a new administration  took told of a wellknown southern  railroad a groat number of claims  were preferred against the company  on account of horses and cattle being  killed along the line in Kentucky. To  make matters worse It appeared that  every animal killed, however worthless it may have been before the accident Invariably figured in tho claims  subsequently presented as being of  the best blood In Kentucky,  Ono day in conversation with one  of the road's attorneys, tho president  becomo vory muoh excited ln referring  to tho situation. Do you know, he  oxclaiinod, bringing down his fist on  tho desk by way of emphasis, I havo  tion It, Miss. Polly, that big yellow  dbg has often fooled me.  Long Standing Asthma. ��������� Many  have suffered so long from asthma  and have tried so many so-called remedies they think that there is no  real help for them. They should  read the letters received by the manufacturers of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy from thousands of cases  once as desperate as their own. Even  in long-neglected  cases  this  famous  y_ *CJ/M>4 ***.-*.  front door   right   now,   ma'am.   Ho  says he's been thoro a, long, long tlmo  but ho can't reuieinhor whether he's I reached tho conoluslon'thnt 'nothing  goin' out or coming in.   When he's In Kentucky so improves llvo stock as  mado up his mind, ma'am, I'll lot you  crossing it wltb a locomotive.  Eyeglasses and Royalty  According to an American paper, tho  King of Sweden is probably the .only  monarch over known to wear eyeglasses and spectacles on State occasions. . In point of fact, both eyeglasses and spectacles aro very rare  among Royalties of today. This certainly ls truo of our own Royal family, no momhor of which (unless we  include tho present Duko of Cumberland) bus ovor employed any aid to  vision-  Know.  Agreed  Jack   Id  in  lovo   with  you.  Nonsense.  That's what I snld whon I hoard lt  How ilarod you!  ���������t all d'-alara, or Thu Dodds Medl-  a  ���������uompMiy,   i.iir-licu,     loruntu,  Amusing the Editor  A village orlckot matoh wag in tho  course* of progrftnf*. Tho flold!n_ nltlo  wore for a tlmo a man short and a  farm-laborer was prtessod into ���������er-  vloe. A ball was hit In the substitute's dlreotion, and to tho ���������urprlso  ot tho spectators in general, and of  liimselt In partloular, he mado tho  oatdh. Tbo foMo\vlngv Saturday ho  .anxiously scanned the local papers  for a rncord of his foat, nnd was  gNMitly dlnappohi-Wl to find It i'**port-  od as 'caught sub.'  What's this 'ore oaught sub? ho  asked a friend.  "Why, doan't Ihoe know. Bill? That  moanB 'tworo a acoldont, was the reply.  TQio editor of lho papor was amused next moruiiug by th* following  note:  S Doer sur,���������You say in yore paper  fi* 'ow T fort n mnn out in 1**������������t, frvt-  torday's matcli by accident. I mite  summons you for Hblo, only 1 tthnn't,  but lt you thould 'appon to got a  clump on tho nooo ono ot thoso odd  days, you'll know lt was Dill Wiggins  cm Anm\ It nnrl it won't bo nn tilth  neither.  Minard's Liniment Co., Llmltod.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured a  very bad caso of distemper in a valuable horso by tho uso ot MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  ynnrfi truly,  yiLANDI���������   FRlflUES.  the old light shining in his eyes  Presently he spoke with a half laugh  and a half break of love in the words:  To love you isn't enough, he said,  God grant we're* ready to suffer and  work for you���������Canada.  The. telephone bell rang in the consulting room of a doctor who was an  enthusiastic motorist. In his absence  the assistant answered it, and said  the doctor was out.  Will you tell him, the voice asked,  that Mr. Thompson has a gymkhana  coming on, and wants to Know it ne  can do anything for it?  I will tell him the moment he comes  in, the assistant answered; meanwhile  put -a bread poultice on it, and renew  it ovcry two hours.  ���������A teacher In a tenement district  hurried from the school to find the  mother of a pupil who had been taken  111. /  Can you show mc whore Mrs. Ang-  clo Scandalo lives? Bho inquired ot a  cherub, transplanted from the sunny  south to a dark, sunless alley.  Yos, teacher, I show you, and a  willing sticky hand dragged her on  with suoh'speed-as to mako hor stum-  blo over an Italian damo seated on  tlio threshold.  Aftor tho teacher's breathless flight  toward tho clouds tho llttlo hand stopped tugglnp*.  Thoro whero Mocb Scandalo live,  Indicated tho horizontal arm and fln-  Ror, but sho downstair sitting on the  stop, llnlshod tho smiling Upa.  Simple and Surc���������Dr. Thomas'  Eolectrlc Oil Is so simple In application, that a child can understand the  instructions. Used as a liniment the  only direction Is to rub, and when  used as a dressing; to 'apply. The directions are so plain and unmistakable that they are readily understood  by young or old.  She Got a Hen  Once upon a time runs a modern  fable, a youth about to embark on? the  sea of matrimony, went to his father  and said:  Father, who should be boss, I or my  wife? ,  The old man smiled and said: Here  are a hundred hens and a team of  horses. Hitch up the horses, put the  hens into tho wagon,- and wherever  you find d man and his wife dwelling  stop and enquire v.ho   ls   the   bosB,  WUci'oVoi*   yOu   julu.   u   vvvm'k&Ii   iuuiiliig  things leave a hen. If you como to a  piece where a man is in control, give  him one of the horses.  Aft-r ninety-nine hens had boen disposed of he came to a house and made  the usual enquiry.  I'm boss t." this farm, said the  man.  So tho wlfo was called, and Bho affirmed her husband's assertion.  Tako which horse you want.  I'll take tho br.y.  But the wlfo did not llko tho bay  horse, and talked to him. Ho return-  <.; and Bald: I bollov^ I'll tako tho  grey.  Not much, said the young man. You  get a hen.  ? in Case of Emergency  : One Saturday a small boy arrived  with an"important air at the penny  savings-bank of a college settlement,  and- withdrew two cents from his  account  Mohday morning he promptly returned the money.  So you didn't spend your two cents,  observed the worker in charge.  Oh, no, the lad replied; bu*. a fellow likes to have a little cash on  hand over Sunday.  .""hand' (after the theatre)���������Well,  how do you like the piece?  Wilre���������Very much. There's only  ono improbable thing in it.: The second act takes placo two years after  tho first, end they have the same servant.  OiH:_���������D_r*  UUI I _1I_U  EvERYTHil!  For YeawiRestbrcdTo Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Is this Mrs, Smltlh? I called you up  to ask if you could cay anything good  of Bridget Farloy, who lived with you  an ooolr.'  Yos, I can say ono thing. Sho loft  without breaking any dishes.  That's oucouraglng! How long did  Bho stay?  Ono hour.  Pat's Excuse  Pat waa lato again, Soinnhow or  othor, try as ho would, ho did not  seem able lo got to work on tlmo, and  wcrot ot all, his stock of excuses had  just about glvon out. Tho foreman  was alonuont ln hla denunciation, and  his sarcasm   unllmltod.       Woll.   ho  There's no Placo Like-  Absurd! fumed the fussy commercial, as a follow-breakfaster entered  tho coffee-room. Don't know what  theso hotels aro comln' to. I'm suro!  I'vo'boon horo tiho whole blessed  week, and can't got anything of a  morning but eggs���������eggs���������eggs.  JJut thoy aro dlitoront eggs, observed his companion sadly tuoklng his  napkin undor hla chin.  Woll. ot courso they're dl-orent,  snapped tho fussy., commercial.  Thon bo thankful f_i* ut least that  consolation, ropllod the othor, and do  not bo too hard, on hotels.   I know a  anurlod,   nluo   o'clock.   What   d'y������.'v I place, my friend, whoro I am glvon a  mean by comlu' ln at this tlmo, oh''  hot Joint ono day, rouow Its acquaint  Icine  Can  nd.i.  W. N. U. 070  A now bean whioh grows prollflcally  with llttlo or no wator has been discovered and id bolus: ls;voa-_aJ.c*_ Ly  oulou, but cu.u  the Arizona dopartmont of agriculture.! without ii������ odor?  Corrected lhe Witness  Ilo hit tho poor old girl, was tho  evidence glvon by a witness ln a sum-  tiioiih at Woolwich.  Mr. Hutton (Uho moglfltWUo) ���������Don't  say tho poor old girl, oay tho elderly  lady.  Ut's a wonder a man o' your m*>ans  troubles about comln' at all. Now,  thon, irot another oxcuho out.  Pat thought hard for a momont and  a', laoi tho oxcucrt camo:  -St/tire, nor, said ho, I drained last  night thot I was at tho football matob,  an it ended ln a draw. So th' rotor-  or* ru/pwin nn oylva linlMiour to ho  played, and bogorra, sor, I hart to stop  an' boo tho finish.  To the long list ot 'less' things, .m  ��������� *h*������  t������*������f������l11������Vf(������l  nMHr������r>    ttln   'lr/������lr.rr,   fi^rilm*  and tho trackless trollov. a:. Ohio lior-  tioiuturiut claims to bavo added tno  0-b-loflQ onion. It may bo so. It may  look lllio an onion nnd ta&to llko an  il   Uo   uu   union   uUll  Dinah, whon au'cod way i������iiu ..uu uul  put on mourning for a recently do-  0ir.*t������l,A     i.Ar.ilmf.m.     wr.,.1 If.rl *     T 0l*v      n\\rim  T Joi*t thought thi*"' wny    What.'* Mm  ubo?     no's there and I'm hero,  Canadian -women are continually writing us such letters ns tho two following,  ���������which are heartfelt expressions of gratitude for restored health:  Glanford Station, Ont-*'-1 have taken LydUji E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and novor  found any medicina  to comparo with it.  I had ulcers and fall-"  ing of womb   and  doctors did   mo   no  good.    I suffered  dreadfully for yoara  until I began taking  your medicine.   I also recommend it for  nervousnoBs and indigestion. " ~- Mrs.  IlENftY Clark, Glanford Station. Ont.  Chestervllle, Ont ��������� " I heard your  medicines highly praised, ondayonr ngo  I began taking thom lor falling of womb  and ovarian trouble.  " My left side painod me all the timo  and rjunt before my periods which were  Irregular and painful it would be worse.  To sit down cnunod me pnln and HiiflYr-  Ing anil 1 would be ao norvous somo-  lbn-*n that I could not boar to sec any  ono or hear any one speak.  Llttlo Hp/joks  Tils Btralnlng hnndu torn tho words  fioiij. the ilcl'Lut* oi hla ,u>ul u.iul lUiinv  th*-* svcrcVt; In  th*������ fobblor'u oyo������.  unco la a stato ot frigidity on the  noxt, toy with its mangled romalno ln  -tbo form of hash on tho third, flirt  with It among macaroni and tomato  sauco on tho fourth, and probably on  tho fltth, dotoct It lurking yet again  lu tho recesses of a rlsHolo.  Groat Scott! exclaimed the com-  morclal. brought away from his own  troubles at last.     Whoro's that?  Ir, * llttlo place, ropllod tho sllontl woul(Vnoatri.i"*for������ my ������*V'*������ and l was  sufferer, called namo. | ttiWftya donatlpatod.  Mrs. Stronithood had JutU tluowu ai _,. ,.  , .    ,. .,.,.,.,  ������*..!������,,.   mtr.nr.   lUmni****      n       .It-,,*.      titnrt* I   rillkllttm ������   -VeAAtaDl  nlndow iT-mrr-ly prrtvln-*- thnt Bho wns I Hv������r iJUI������, lor thoro aro no niomo...^  ontitlort to   a   vote,    and   hau    i������cou i ii**-" ������������������������*���������"    * huv*>   u*...*-,. t..w���������. *.������������������  *  marched off to Jail. roco������am������nd them to nil women. You may  Thank hoavoiil    said    Stronghond.   publish UUU toitlmonial." - Mm. Si'M*  Thut i.-tav������ thu vYiuiv. uluill wu -_viuUu   -iii-;:*' J. JiAl.tUN', ChcatcrvilU*, Outuvio^  tho Biimuu-r oroblom. uny how. ��������� Canada.  1WHJB UUII3Uj;|ll.rJU.  ,. T ���������_""*t say too much for Lydia E.  IiikWr.VeffAtanu.   C?m*ouw\  ������n?  r.Jl"9 ���������  '- i--^i  '^.    ;*-_ I  YV.fl  "���������V^%  "*��������� "-S?!  ' ���������   "Al  1  :-���������:_  ar- i  mmmm Pnltlished every  Friday at Oreatoa^Britisl^ Columbia, by the Cresfcm Printing and Publishing Oompany, Ltd,  the Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  culating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston distriot and  reaching ouS in & broad manner into other commom^s. Onr Hdvertifdiig rates  are based oh. the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary n. iters' Board of Trade.  Land parchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver*  tii*8ineni������,$i per inch perniosth; other advertising 10 cost, per line first ifi-roe  and'5 cents per Haela -raeeeeding weeks.    Subscription .rates $3.00 a year in  ad1?!!���������������-./"  Cm* frffinvri-nu mra'nrian'farv frnnttriKntflcwiQ /joo ling jwj matters Of IOC���������1 in-  .^...iXm. 0^. X 11-..'  .m.xl,.*tif  signed.  _*  - _���������������_ sisS ~2iiiii������ S>   *_S   CO!_������l4wirUty.       vs^^t.a-ufiCuo   JUJuBu   ins   u_i6jl  Buu  '���������As-.������. S?*_-a������!ey  Editor and Manager  A man ?.js-?r known   by the  company he k  8_idi  s,"  enough  Verbosity is not sense or  knowledge, either in law or  in fact.  In passing we would like  to mention that the persons  who write threatening letters  leave    themselves   criminally  liable.  mpmtmmmm  -m  The *-ta_ or. woEoan who  thinks to muzzle the press is  very much like the poor little  yearling calf which lowers his  head in defiance and charges  the Twentieth Century Limited and the effect is abont the  same biff.  Nearly every up-to-date town  worthy of the name of town  is afflicted with one or more  of the type of man who ''has  no axe to grind, and curries  favor with no one* 'and ''knows  cxactlw' whs*- ^*** *e *������������M������r������Vi#-  about" but who manages to  get mtxed up in affairs that  don't concern-him-and which  add no white to his already  immaculate  A. I  im  '        ll-l  _W  . J-OWNS -SEN AND,&_DC t&A-Sp M_w#  the victims or early Indiacretioas and later eso.  cesses, vrlio are failures ln Ute���������you aro tha  ones wo can restore to manhood and revive  tttespar-of energy end vitality. Don't giva eg  up In despair because you have treated with M  other doctors, used electric "belts and tried BS  vartous drag store aostriii-s. g=f  11  i**-*2������d.^dsfroj^t���������^briniir*G-"dwS2)j**:s\ hns to* =^  H,stored*.happiness"to" bundreds o_"_b-iea aid ���������  has made successful men of those who were Q  .      ��������� -                     ���������       .... ..       ...                            , ��������� ...  ���������-     .,,,,,   in TI.  .  .. ... . m^.  ������������������        ��������� nOVIl &AD| ������lit."'       TO���������    lUTaM.*HU0    DWWUiU ICUJ- _���������  ���������dies for each individual case according to tha ���������  symptoms an������ compUcatlons���������wa have no  patent medicines. This is one ofthe secrets oB  our "itroitderful success t������ our treatment cannot fail, for -we prescribe remedies adapted to  ������ach Individual case. Only curable cases ao*  oepfe-. ��������� W* hav- -an* EuslaeM tiureueao-S  Ouwdof������r������*_*20 _-ers*  CURABLE CASES GUARANTEED  #."'" OR NO .AY  I___lt_f3 Are you a victim? Havo you lost  n*-nViCu bopef Are you intending '���������> marry?  Has your���������16od been diseased* Have you anv  weaknecat jOor, Nsw Method Tiw-tment will  euro you. What it has done for others it will  do for you. Co-uuhatfcm Fms. No matter  -who has treated you, write for an honest  opinion  "Bo:  .  ijhood.        anhood.Fatnei*:  JootcaFtaL  ,*��������� (-lustrat-  face of it  evidently from   the  "press" or typewriter of  Mr. ���������  T. M. Edmondson.  With regard to the for'n er,  we gladly  publish  the  letter  ���������fWvm   A/T*-_     TV/T0.X>fc.0*A.   ai.   'i-   /it: 1-j? '    = H  a _._������_. _v___-������~ ~_ ji   wiuj     ���������     NONA_^V__0WrrHOUTWiaTT_M^'^ fl  goes to show some of the  cir-   f ^&ttxSSS^v^nS^A *ammmu*mai*ti**a*^nM*m*Ham -  cuinstances   that   enter   into   B^I^sm*  the daily   experience  of   the =^J  ebitor of a  country  weekly.  That the lady should  rise  to  the defence of Mr. Edmondson  is only fair as he had  aheady.  defended her son in his recent  police court hearing, but that  New  acksmith  i**nop  Back of McCreath's Barn  A    mm  A. II  Jr-    *.tttS  K ire/lc 4-K-i  JS ���������     ��������� ft -  _  i-^ie_C__si������Aia.a������ vvOfK  FRED SHEBTENLBB  _I_V_l___iA_t  i  1  VERY LOW PARES  in oounection J witb.  Renewal of License  Seotion 41.  Notice is, heredy given that, on the  first day of December next, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail ia,  the hotel known as Kitohener Hotel,  situate at Kitchener, in the Province of  British Oolnmbfa.  Dated this   10th day of Qa-i-s-r iq-iq  LENA ANDEEN '  Owner and A-lmininf..'-,..  Cor, Michigan Ave and Griswold St., Detroit Mich.  __H_i_-_*fel_ A?! ������* _F A1*' lett<*������ *������������ Canada must be addressed  gg^gft Sl%y 1 IWii to onr Canadian Correspondence Depart-  PT^ mamammmamam tnent in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  6*e us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  a������ ������&Ste_ta in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  LeSsosstosy fcr Osnsdiss basiaass euly. Address all letters as follows:  SRS. KSNKS&Y ������ KENNEDY, Windsor, O-t.  mmmmmsBampmmmmmmmammaBmmm  either or both should think naught returns to Canada to  that by threats and bluffing resume hisofSce as Governor-  they could compel tbe editor Gener 1> and with him to the  of the Review to publish their sincere delight of all Canada.  stuff is beyond comprehension comes the Duchess, w^m it  and suggests a condition out!is hoped is really restored to  of which Creston and  its  pa- health.    The Dukes long ab-  per have long since -grown.  The letter is as follown:  "Sir: Enclosed in separate  sheet you will find a letter  which I request you to publish in this week issue of Review.  Should you fail to comply  with my request I will call  personally en you first of next  week and will give you an  character. He[^nterdnction to some westen  generally tries to run the  paper, the post office, the bs^nk  the   Farmer's   Institute,  his  neighbor's affairs and every  body in the county besides.  Forall such we have neither  time or room and only make  reference to him when the  news ofthe week connect him  in one way or another with  some story we have lo m&ke  public. If he should connect  himself with police court  news that js his own lookout.  We are in receipt of a letter  from Mrs. McPeak asking us  to publish a letter over her  signature but which is on the  sence was largely due to the  iilness of ehe Duchess, and  ks soon as ever she was well  enough to travel he returns  to hss duties.    The Duchess  *  Determined to accompany him  although it was thought that  she would stay in England  on account of her health.  Canada knows the Governor  -General now, and ha$ a very  real affection for him ajad his  fair play with or without your ^ family.V The wedding of his  approval and it wont be  with  printers   ink   but  something  set such a royal precedent  that all Canada will be only  too delighted to welcome his  son as his successor if it can  be arranged. That in itself  is an accomplishment of which  only those who realize the  delicacy and difficulties of the  Duke*s position and office are  in the position to ludge."  *m       4_ta-%  IIIB  Ufa uournry  Dnily Nov. 7 to Deo. 31, inclasive  RAIL FARE, ORESTON  To  Montreal aud Quebec    $86.6o  Rt  lohn  r\A f*f\  Limit five months, stop over and extension privileges  Fnll information re rail and STEAMSHIP TI  KETS from  R. M. RKID, Agent, or write  R   DAWSON,  District Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alberta  ������TT  JUG-HANDLE"  RECIPROCITY.  tentfoj)!  more substancial.   While you  live in Creston, make note  of  i you ever again have  my name or any member of  my family appear in print in  the Review for I do not allow  any man great or small meddle in my family affairs so  take my advise and mind you  business enough said.  I remain Mrs. McPeak"  The Province, speaking of  the return of the Duke of  Connaught, has the following  to say:���������"The  Duke of Con-  Ndto> is the Time to Wan  For cNgxi Years Zfatl ^fair  The time is now ripe for the organization of an  Agricultural Association that will take iu all the  territory of the Creston Valley and will look to the  time when the industry of the Valley will include  not only Fruit, Vegetables and Poultry but also live  Stock and some of the domestic industries as well  as the arts.  WtlV      wTl^ltW      fUi*        fUm      I-.--**-      t0*m,r*mmA       0*(        -11 4k1,,v  ^ "      - --.-..���������. p kr__������ sf m*e- mm ** m, ������-**   ������   W ������t>  %���������>��������� ������-i W* Msi fc 4-_ W  valleys of British Columbia be satisfied to be regarded as a second rate affair where "they grow  ^'nn1'���������������!,,'  g>9^QQQ4������������4*4J  ������ne js.epuDiican irienas or  the American farmer announce, in the most pathetic  tone, that the Canadian; fariner  gets under ethe  new?.Wilson'.  _<*j. ixx     ^ji&c-.ive-.ii^  Nothing Makes a  Lady look so dressy  As a Tailor-made  Suit.  ."everything i\  ? Artist in L idies and Gents Attire  Stanley-St.' Nelson B. C  he would have received under  only son roused  much  sym- the    feciorocitv     agreement.  ��������� ���������     ��������� , J. . ��������� mf _** t  pathetic interest, on account j without paying anything for  of the personel sentiment felt |t# Very well. He will now  for the Duke, which means  so much, and ye) seems so  little apparent in the ordinary  relations between a Governor-  General and the country-  Some are inplined to look  on the person of the Governor  -General as a mere figurehead which means nothing,  and is never missed. The  fact that the. Duke of Connaught is uncle to King  George, vvas at first in some  quarters considered to emphasize this view- but when  Canada came to know the  Dul e that opinion was changed  It was recognised that the  Duke stood for exactly the  same standard of efficient  work combined with effective  imagination "WlSarl Grey,  whom he succeeded. In him  for the first time Canada saw  royalty at work close at hand.  The office uuder the Duke's  hand was no sinecure. The  figure-head was alive, and  adding much to the ship of  state. Many people were inclined to think that to set a  m**"**! m**mt*mA***+ ���������WM*'        *^A������-  democratic    enough     for    a  country   like   Canada,   But  ��������� In*   DhV***   mhowwl that down-  ��������� *  ciiricy    it*   nut    iuc    luuuopuiy  of the demagogue.    He has  i  see what his wonderful Reciprocity would have brought  him. We ventured to say at  the time vhen it vvas up for  discus-lion that he would be  mightily dissapointed in it if  he t������_k the roseate predictions  of its partizans at par; ami  we would like to recall this  remfe-k on the brink of the  enactment of an American  tariff which its American  critics charge amounts to a  *' jug-handled '' Reciprocity  with Canada. The Canadian  citizens wil note, however,  that���������whatever may be the  effect upon him of this new  American tariff*��������� he is not  being asked to pay the price  for it which he would have  paid, had the Taft-Fielding  agreement passed into law.  He will not be compelled  to open his own market in  return. Wbeu prices rule low  in United states and high in  Canada, he will get the legitimate benefit of this con-  ditioii of affairs, while, when  the reverse  is  the  case,   he  ������*������.t1  rttifrt ������ ������*)  ������������f1-l/> Ijt.tAr ori ������������<��������������� **t0* ryr,  ^. mX *   X0 X* m.mXXX     ..   ...������.>^   ������T   m- *    mmmm . .. _. l���������-i-W  the Wclson tariff nwards him  "free, gratis, for nothing."  ll/fni**������ ii-nitnrf-fitil   Kt\\\     fltoro  wiii be no  ussutut upon our  national independence.   Can  ada will not become "an ad-  ;..m.^xM  ~c x__   tt���������;������._j    c^t.:.....  juui.i     ui   lUC   OulLCU    otat^s.  Any people who may have  been "preparing to anneex  Canada/' have been balked  in their plaus. The British  bond, though light and imperceptible," will not be attacked. We can test out the  worth of the American Market, without���������as Kipling told  us���������"imperiling our soul"into  the bargain. The Canadian  deople certainly took the  co*.i se of wisdom, oven in a  commercial sense, when they  decided to wait and see if the  Americans would not. vol-  unlirily reduce their own tariff  before we paid them a perilously high price for doing so.  ���������Family Herald and Weekly  Star.  Removal of 8hoo Boila.  To removi.' ii hIiuo imii. if yon ennnot  employ a ������.'i-ndiiiiti> votorlnorliin, ftoye  tbo Kiirm Jonrnnl, prococd na foi  Iowa: I������ut n twitch on tbo horao'a nose  nnd hnvo one fore foot bold up by nn  nttfliidiint. Mnico n ulnglo loop knot oV  noose on'n IoiiriIi of piano wiro. Put  tho loop ovor tho nhoo boll nnd pull  tlffht ao att to mnko tho tumor Imvo iih  narrow a nock iih poHslblo. Now cot  otr tbo Bliou boil by mount* of n rodhot  hatched bIiiipod iron oi* cut It on* with a  alinrp ecnlpol nml at onco stop tho  blooding by cauterization with n ther-  tno en utory or red hot iron. This lonvcii  a largo. Ant wound, but It la Hurprlfdnflr  how quickly It lionlB nnd what a nmall  blomlsh (Hear) It lenven if nlmp!y wotted a number of times a day with n  lotion composed of one ounco of hii*ti������p  or lead nnd nix diuniM of milphato of  _lnc sunken up In u pint of wnter.  Chnerfng.  *lf^������      tfm.mr.fm       %0    *     ���������    -*    ..      .. .m  ... ,  .  . ,       .   ,     ... w    ^ .... IX  n������?vt*r irct iiiiurhiir wiro iilm m- w.*.io.o-  -It'n very kind of you to Bay that.���������  Boston TiaiiBtilut  Renewal of f Jc*������������*~  Seotion 41,  Notice is  beredy given   that, on   the  first day of December ne_fc, "application  will be made fco   the Snperintendent of  ,  Provincial Police for renewal  of  the 1  hotel licence to sell  liq_or by retail in  the nnfal _n���������������������������v. ���������.. i__ ^-, . .    ..������. MO ���������,��������� xjricKSon Hotel  situate at Erickson, in   the Province of  British    Columbia.  Dated thi* 10!_ day of Ootobrr, 1918  TXT AT -n-r-.^          ���������.       *  i<7*<"-  ^^^-.jujt yy. HALL. Prop.  Renewal of License  " Seotion  41.  Notice is heredy give that on the first  day of December  next, application will  be made to the   Snperin-ndent of Provincial   Police for renewal   ol lhe h������t_w  licence to sell   liquo-, by retail fa  ^  hotel   known   as  the   Oreaton   Hotel,  sitnata at-Creatoi,. i���������   the Pj.ovince  of  British^ Oolumbia.  Dated this loth day of Ootobfr 1913.  v       J- B. MORAN; Prop  Renewal of License  Section 41.  Notice is  hereby given  that, on  the  first day of December next,   application  will be made to the   Superintendent  o  Provincial  Police  for renewal of   th_-  hotel lioence to  sell liquor  by retail in  the hotel  known as   the King  Georgo   A  Hotel, situate  at Creston,   in the  Province of British   Oolumbia.  Dated this   10th day  of October,   1913.  W_j.tA. HERON,  For tht* n������alnn 1<���������������n������ r*m  ���������. ^mm^..   m.mm^.xX������   VTV,  RENEWAL OP LICENSE  Section  41.  Notice is hereby given that on tho  first day of December next, application  will be made lo the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the  hotel licence to eel; liquor by retail in  the hotel known as tha Sirdar-Hotel,  situate at Sirdtir, in the Province of  British Oolumbia.  Dated this 10th day of Ootoher, 1913.  WM. MORRIS, Proprietor.  SYNOPSIS OF (JOAL MIN1Q REGtT-  LATIONS  ' Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Mnnitobn, Saskatohownn and Alnerta  the Yukon Territory, the North wob.  Territories and iu a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  tor a terra of twenry-orio years at  an annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 2,600 aores will be leased to  ono applicant.  Application for a lease must bo mado  by tho applioaut in persou to the Ageut  or Sub-Agont of tho distriot in whioh  the riRhtfl applied for nro Hitnated.  In surveyed territory tho land must  bo doBoribod by fiootious, or lognl sub-  divisions of sootiotis, and ia unsurveyed  territory the traot applied for shall be  staked out by tho applioant himself.  Bnoh applioiition must bo nooompnniod  by a foo of 4*5 whloh will be refunded if  tho rights applied for aro uot available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo  paid on the niorohunlablo output of tbo  mino nt tho rato ot tlve oonts por ton.  Tho person operating the mino shall  fnmiHh tho Apont with o.vom rotu-uii  nooounfcing for tho full quantity of merchantable ooal minod nnd pav the royalty thoroon. If the ooal mining rights  nro not being operated, nuoh roturna  should bo furnished nt Jonat- onoo a yonr  Tho lease will ioo;udo tho ooal min-  ing rights oilly, but tho lossrie mny be  pormittod to purchase Whatever avail-  abln snrfnnn rlghtH may bn oouniderod  nooesHiiry for tho working nf thn mine  ut the rate of $10 un aore.  For full information application should  bo mado to tho Secretary of tho Depart-"  inont of tho In tor ior, Ottawa, or to uny  Agent or Sub-Agont of pomimon Lands "  W. W. OOIIY,  Dopnty Miulfito)r of Ibo Interior  N. B.~UnauthorlKod publication of  this advorti-ioment will not bo paid for.  8  MB  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  *aP% ���������^fc wa$ ef% faa*$ ^% ��������������������������� ���������#  imm Ktvitw  m  UM T���mfmrn n     In.
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_ausu u^ *�����>�� \f>tx*,a*xiax* tjaitn. *js v/ujujiici t.e, are a saie, convenient ana
inexpensive method of remitting' small sums of sr.oney. - These Orders,
payable without charge at any bank In Canada (except in the Yukon
Territory) and ia tha principal cities of the United States, are issued &t
tho following rates:
3 cent*
SS and under....
Over    5 and not exceeding $10    6
���J     10      ��J ��J 30 10
oil       - 5U. ...���������.... 15
8, ^ Bhoald be made by means of ou-r SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY
ORDERS.   Issued without delay at raaaonabl* rates.
Percy B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch f*
\/OU will make no mistake
when you get off the train
if you sign the register at
the Creston Hotel. Travelling
men will substantiate this. We
study the comfort of our guests.
The rooms are well furnished in
a manner up-to-uste.
The British CoIumhi_i Nurseries Co. Ltd-
'Are ve-}? extensive growers of Higti Grade Fruit Trees
.      Of All Kinds-
Long Experience, Ample-Capital and Up-to-date-_acilities enable us to
produce the best grade possible. - Our "ONE-YEAR" TREES on
"_H.I?EE-YEAR WHOLE ROOTS0 Esec-I! -ill others    ,
We Guarantee Satisfaction in Every Transaction
* v .
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We are now represented in this district l,��y Mr),A. Miller, of Creston
who will call upon bhe planters for their orders in the near
future.   It wiii pay you to see him before piac-
v ing your order _"
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B. C. Nurseries Company, Ltd.
1493 7th Avenue W.  - Vancouver, B. C.
Tfy> Leading
Hotel of the
Fruit    Belt
WATCH   THE   FENCES.        |
A good fence' is insurance ��
against tbe depredations of %
browsing animals. All repairs 4
should be made proipptiy. - DI- a
versified farming require small J9
�� fields and considerable fencing"<|
x material, but it pays. Do not bo. #
��> afraid of spending a few dollars .<��
��j ' for fences if they are needed.
Cut up the farm into small fields'
so crops can be grazed.���Iowa-
Homestead. _.,     f ,.
Headquarters for Mining Men,
Lumbermen. Ranchers. Tourists
aud Commercials.
/. B. Moran
r mm *"_._�����*_��� - V/_*��
Fire, Life and Accident Inanranoe ~
[TRAIL       -       -       -   B.C.
Church Notices
Christ Church
"MatlnR? 11:00
Evensong 730
Erickson���rEyonsoTifi* 3:00 p.m.
T!\   i/cr*-!*   tsn   it���1    neff-*�� fit
iu nttr ur own. wc.ttL.irs.
sere, sad tbe'seea often seiis for $2 or
more per busbel.
j A crop rotation should be practiced
which includes the growing* of ciover
4>f some~ other legume crop at least as
pften as once every four years.   If the
(clover should, fail some other legume.
P.f a0S .beans or cowpeas, should be substituted. ?.,, '      .��� .
I Aii crop residues, as well as manure,
whether stalks, "straw or chaff, should
fee left 00 the farm,, being hauieti if
- necessary and plowed under, either di-
'rectly or in the form of manure, in or-
' Sot to supply organic matter and nitrons-    .?    -" -   ��="���   --'    -
Make-Swine Pay .Two Ways.
M v. 1  trnmmmmmmmmm.*.      mmmr.e^~������ m* ��� -.       **..x      ��-
xxxm    <uii/u>wiui   vvuaiueiauvu    iuni    is
Jhxroftes ��vcr!ob__d is ths economical
utilization   of   manure   produced   by
. swine. . Dry lot feeding in summer tt
often associated 1 with a heavy waste
,of  manure.,on  account .of vthe  large
p^rt of the, manure that is ieached or
blown .away when -deposited in  bare
j, lota:  - Feeding on pastures or tn cul-
> tivated fields will do mnch to obviate
. this loss; since' a large 'proportion of
fhe droppings and urine'wiii then be
deposited to the field where tbe fer-
tiii-ing. qonstitnents may be utilized.���
|owa Homestead.
or  THE
SAM i~L. t=.
Rim on strictly up-to-date
lines. Unexcelled service in
al! deparirQents, Kitchen
staff (including cook) all
white ladies. Every comfort
and attention given to guests
��� The bar is s upplied with
only the best brand of  goods.
Porters Meet Trains
W. A, HEzFr%mJN,
^333����9S3��^�����-: :a*&3$��;3S$g5��
Reasons for Usin
Publio Worship, 10 ;80 and 7:80 P. M..
Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Class
11:80. A..0-
gp, Come ond you will be made welcome
Prod L. Carpenter*
���        Pastor
Common road dust witb a little powdered sulphur mixed In makes a good
dust   bath  for  fowls tbrat sra *T0Qh|5rt
with lice.
If good, clean, sound grain In abundance and variety, witb pure water,
grit oyster shell and  meat In some
.Cr_*i,     Trill    uOt    plUUuCv    eggs    uOtulug
else will.
Ducks are great feeders, and tbey
are also great growers, so where does
the loss come iti? A few ducks will
help to keep the Income up to the required standard.
Every ben bouse should have two
yards. When one is occupied the other
should be sown to s^me .forage crop.
Swiss chard Is beat, but rape, turnips
ind clover are also gooGti
Powl fanciers and experts in the bureau of tfnimal Industry. Washington,
are experimenting with crossbreeding
whereby tbo hen may grow feathers
mi-telently  variegated to  be need In
��� ���mimm.  .m UI-.JI  j.1.-, ...  m.��� ^-.ita-.-��-.;
1'iauvvi   uuu tyiuiunBO xv*   tuiiiinci jr.
Llttlo turkeys ore the most helpless
st nil poultry.   They require great care
o.m.4.   .Mw    mm   xamx....    jiw��--.    ..m
uTSZ   icu   wi   ui��rcii  uu>o  ui
Growing a Legume" Crop Is Necessary
Every Four Years..
Clover or some other legume.crop
once every four years is absolutely
necessary in order to maintain the nitrogen of the soil for corn, wheat, pats,
timothy and like crops.
Where it is difficult to secure clover
the trouble is either a sour soil needing limestone or a soil low in phosphate. -
To help but the stand, says Farm
Magazine, It ts often advisable to sow
part in alslke clover. Alsike clover will
often produce a good stand where,red
ciover fails.
Where clover bas failed and a crop
like, clover Is needed soy beans and
c-vwpeos ars proving a veryk profitable
substitute in the corn belt.
Soy beans make a valuable hay, yield- "j to pasture cows on alfalfa alone, says
ing from one and a half to three tons    Hoard's Dairyman.
"�����-.-. ^ " - -    m.j!   Mpotrof thedlsOnses to, which tbe po^
ftato Is subjecf may be avoided by ,tn-
��ei__eiit handling of the 'seed--before
-  Y {(^'''ztifttiY-'y^^Wi    P'aoons--0" ���';*'   -" -���'���>���
^ti't, VvW- >���>* Y^^:''V-]'^j  !'   *P jBhoopujg^ tomato plants for grow-
I,   The heating*and burning of alfalfa
, hay In tbe stack may ��� be avoided by
proper curing. .
j i   We-V_eiieve It is not safe, as a rule,
Some   Newspapers   and   Magazines   of  today are
so full of cunningly  worcted advertisements  givine
recipes which are worthless   and    expensive,  under
the   gnise of   beauty   and   health help:-,    that    you
(|\  are wise to ignore these advertisements, and iustead
(|^   insist   on   using   Nyal's   Family   Medicines,   whieh
are   made   by   Druggists   for   L)rug  Stores,  the formulae in each case beiug supplied b,>th  Drug Store
and customer.      We   know   what   you   are   getting
fl\  and you cau know too.
H Nyal's   Peptonaied   Beef,   Iron
flj     and Wine is a good. Winter
/f\ Dollar Tonic.
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f Creston Drug&Book Co
Phone 51
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Servico ovory Sunday  at. 11 a. in.
land 7:80 p. m.
Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.
Adults Biblo Glass moots ovory Thnv-H-
(doy evening.
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(f> ___��� THE REViuiW. *uR__STGN.*B. C.   m*m _ _������_������ ma   A _M9 C-HU9 X p<______  S%_akea Shoes  B__������.gt I_o__acesg _______ .  -_r_������_r*_t.i  Bsnyiwm ������������������. MS.ar a_l ___> -  B_f������ta.K._.     -ssaa*  H_DJ2t0B,0o_  "mm~*v,CTT������Tf^T^FTafflf���������r  -l-^^^-������^--a_^_-_-----j  NEVER   BEFORE!  HAVE  YOU   HAD    SUCH   AN     OPPORTUNITY    TO    SHIP    YOUR    GRAIN  "WHERE  YOU   RECEIVE     BEST    GRADES,   BEST     PRICES     AND     QUICKEST  SETTLEMENTS AS YOU  WILL  GET   BY  SHIPPING TO  \ CANADA ATLANTIC GRAIN  CO., Ltd.,  /GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRAIN EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG, MAN.  3      Licensed���������Bonded Established 1910  Quito Unusual ~ . , ���������  A commlBsioB.In l"__acy hail oal__-\  a woman before them a_ e,-witness. -  And "a*o"W, said ' Hie oofoajiasioa's  counsel to hor, whit Is your grqu-fi  for claiming that the accused ia insane?  Dared Death to Test' Invention  People In G&mborwall, London, wero  horrified a fow day* ago by seeing  naaa knocked Cowa by a bus, and  their horror was*- turned to surprise  when, aom^tihlng Jn front of the bus  J picked the man up, and when tho v������-  Tlio Wrtmnn   crnlna.1.  wlrtA,f*l  Iia* .vmI l-l/il* "hoA 1>���������in Vi*vmarih+ tr, o  _tan_nrMt  ami answered: WelL gentlemen, he | _*j������ly deposited him on the roadway,  took iu- to tu������ i_6&i_������ twioe ini The-explanation, is that * new Uf*S-  one Y.ssk. Koch tlm������ wo went la a {guard for mo lor propelled vehicles was  taxicabj vs had. supper sodhtlnie aft*} on trial. It haa been Invented and pat-j  ^   ------  .-i'*  er tihe performance, and each time _.o  bought in������ chocolates and flowers.Us  didn't go out to see a man b&twe_n. ihe  acts either.  -r,..x      ^. . A..mm^    ' ,...4 A '  JUUli - unu������ui,. oa>u  ArMMmloolAnM* '  WVUIXXX* .9 S. ������V.*.^I������ ,  A bits of this and a taste of that, ail day  Joag, dulls ihs appetite ar.d \veaks_s the  digestion.  Restore your stomach .to h-alrY" v: jor  tert������ktnj*_ Na-Dru-Co Dvsccccia Tablet  efi^*  L< ��������� ���������Vr.'t s.ii'1 rt.rf t*. ���������������  rie.     .   .     -  na-i/ra-U) dyspepsia i a Diets  are. the best friends for sufferers  from  Indigestion and dyspepsia.    50c. a Box  at- yout   Druggist's.       Made   by   th*  National   Drug   and  Chemical   Co.   ol  Caxiada, Limited.  1*9  Not Likely  Wei!, my little man? what can I do  for you? asked the grocer as he rubbed his hands genially together.  Please sir, mother says theso  matches she bought this morulas  aiu't no good.  Iso good. exclslnied tlie "rocer  no??  looking almost as ranch worried as the  hoy.    What's the  matter  with  them?  This Is the first complaint I have had.  Can't help that, said the small boy.  Mother says they aiu't uo good.  ;    Nonsense.' replied the grocer.    Then  j taking a match from one of tho boxes  | he gave it a smart rub. which ignited  ��������� i: immediaieiy, and turned to tbe boy  : again.     "Well, he enquired, what have  ; you got to i-ay now?  1     The small complainant returned the  J disdainf",:! look, undaunted.  |    That's ori right, guv'nor. he remark-  J ed, but do you fiak my muvver's com-  (ins rere zo strike matches    on    your  I boocs every time she wants a light?  surely theso actions do raotprove?ti-  saiilty on the accused's part.  But yon forget, sir, said   the   latLy,"  with a sad smile���������you forget- that the  accused Is my husband?  .���������*���������-_... ���������-'      ���������" ?'     ' .'.������������������* ' " *.'.-  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  A Cleveland lawyer tell3 how. during a trial, one of tho Jurors suddenly  rose from hla seat and fledT from the  court-room. He was, however, arrested in This flight, before be had left  the building, and brought back.  I should like to know what you  mean by such an ��������� action as this, demanded the judge, in a lenient tone,  however, as he knew.the man, an elderly German, to be a simple, straight-  forwarrsl person.  Veil, your honor, I vlll explain, said  th'3 Juror. Van Mr. Jones tluished  mit his talking my rmiud was clear all  ���������through, but. ven Mr. Smith begins his  talking 1 becomes all confused again  already, and I says to.himself.-1 better  leave at vonce, und stay away until  he ia done, because your honor, to tell  the truth, 1 didn't like der vay der  argument was going.  beeu many puis pv.fc.upo_ tho market and pressed upon public attention,  but none has "endured so long or met  with so much favor as Parmeleo's  Vegetable Pills. Widespread uso of  them his attested their great value,  and they need no further advertisement than this. Having firmly established themselves In public esteem  they now rank without a peer in the  list of standard vegetable preparations.  Ail the Same to Him  Stranger���������Hallo, Green".  Artist���������Sir. my name is Brown!  Stranger���������Thai's    all    right!       I'm  color blind:  Just on One Leg  It was the usual custom at Seaweed  Farm for Mrs. Giles to wind-up all the  clocks each Saturday evening. But  one Saturday Mrs. Giles was on the  sick list���������nothing more serious than a  slightly sprained aukle���������and she  found "it impossible for her to move  about the house- So Giles was bidden  to undertake the performance of her  duties.  Now, Giles was. short and fat.     The  kitchen mantel  shelf  was high.   -In  1 order therefore to   reach   the    clock  -nted by w. J. tiocJing   ana   D,   A,  WSSttsy, Oj new   jyitiiueu. ������j.r.. oWuuu*  ey announced some time ago that h������5  had suoh faith In the invention that  wlhea. tie contrivance was iready- for a  public test he would submit himself to  .the experiment oi being knocked down  In the sti-et by a motor bus to which  the life guard waa affixed In order to  give the best possible public test of  Its efficiency In the saving o������ life.  After the flrst test Mr? Sweeney was  able to go away, none the worse for  the experiment, except for u slight al*-*  rasioti on the check, caused by contact  with the life guard in front of the bus.  Had there been no such life guard on  the bus, the daring inventor -would  probably have been killed or seriously  injured. On four occasions altogether did Mr. Sweeney submit to being  knocked down In tho same road ana  under the same circumstances.  ThCNnew life-guard isv briefly described us a scrijcn of steel, wiro netting? seveu feet wide and three feet  six inches deep, which Is affixed to tho  front of the motor bus by steel tubes.  All tho parts are so nicely'adjusted  that when an obstruction hits tho  screen it falls inwards, and thus forces  down a platform at the bottom, of the  screen, which move3 on rollers, so  close to the ground that it Is Impossible for au obstruction, however small,  to pass uaderner.th. In addition to  the front life guard, there aro two similar life guards in front of the back  wheels of the bus, with a returning  screen, which it is claimed, makea it  impossible fo: auy obstruction to get  under the wheel.-.-of- the vehicle.  .REPEATING  [ "O        Slide  LJu   v   Action  HIGH   POWER  C1M    Timmmmt.    Uim. I C_*_  a-uuu uicctu jl-cu���������-u_r������C33-_-iS  ^^5^-^V" r^N^*^Bfe*������  ���������^  -=**���������--.JM  OFpRTSMEM   -;  O ell over Canada hnvo_  been quick to Kcogni-rs the  thorouRhbred in the new Rem.  itagton-UMC high-power aiid-action  ���������repeating rifle. _  juslthe right -weight and "balance for the     ^m*^?   ^  tyeods.   The action Is com-������letely protected      *^J_!-,_-',  by die Remington-UMC solid breech construction  ���������the prott'iding hammer eliminated.  \Vewiilbo_lt4clto������endyou������_ooWetexpla!nlns  simply why these-features are ot vital imnortnac- 1   ^3*"^_t*i%?"*-_^       ^.  to you in your clioico ot an aim. ^*_,5'    ^^*mj&3*?  Remington Arms-Unjon Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario        ������  Bend us your name and address and *wa -will *   ^^H]|  lF)B. put you on ������ur maiiin? list-^-lt'e ft-ee,   x.������t aa       ^_^  yjw    beep you posted on market (pnoea for grain. ,���������*'  far Peraonn.1 attention _iven to selling and 9radl&������ of all  fff oarc Our Car Tracing and; Claim Departments worlc in our  Jg, clients' Interests. We have every* facility for prompt service and  " ~    *re _et best results tor shippers. **-^  Send to-iday for e* eupply of sample bags and deal with ������  firm whose business has been built up by satisfied customers.  CENTRAL GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED _  COMMISSION MERCHANTS JJFA  GRAIN EXCHANGE      -     WINNIPEG, HAN.      J%M  Paid-up Capital. $150,000 __r*_m!_  References,    any    Bank    aa  iiimiiiim_-^i-^        "CcmuneroB-i Agom?. ��������� -__^-^e1iiiii[  Stranger   i han Pieiion  By the way,  said the romancer ot  the  smoking-room  the   other   day,   I  M*m*���������������-       ������l\jv,l- f        sx.mtm-.mm      *��������� es.\ A        f r r* ��������������� ���������*        S\ -���������������       *%       /^ftT'*  AUU     _ Li_l_liV 1 ^*������t;_ tU4U jlS<-.������        ������-*_ ���������������        mmmm.m  lous incident that once befell me.  I was staying in the country and  *>ne afternoon while out for a walk I  rested on a wayside bank. On rising  .1 discovered that a sovereign had  dropped out of my pocket. Iu vain I  aearched every where; uo trace o������ the  coin could I discover.  A year later I happened to bo in the  aamo district again, and during the  Bourse of a ramble f ^und myself on the  Bpot where I had lost the sovereign.  I clambered up the bank to pick  some flowers, but it gav- way under  mo, and sent ma to the bottom. On  pipkins myself up what do you think  I found?  The sovereign, was the unanimous  reply.  Wrong! I found a guinea. You see  the sovereign had been in the bank  a year, and had accumulated Interest  at.tho rate of five per cent.  Of Course  Not  Oue of the Inmates of a lunati*  asylum, an Irishman, was sent to an  adjoining ward to find out the correct time. He returned in a moment and announced:  Twinty   minutes  t'   twilve.  Pat are  you sure    that  right? he was asked.  Roight, is it? he replied. D'ye  think it wud be ia this place If It  wuz roight.  which stood upon it, Giles was forced  to requisition the services of a chair.  I^aborously he mounted it. while  Mrs. Giles watched the manoeuvre in  fear and trembling. .     x       ���������'     va..l,t. ... ,.,,,,. .^ ���������r .  John, John, she cried, do be careful.   ^ ^ "������ ������*ce*  That chair, you know,   is    none   too| Deio^ lts real vame-  strong.    I'm sure it won't bear your  weight.  nd    surveyed  Why Americans 5uy  The influx of American farmers Into the Canadian west is a solid proof  of that country's attractions, says the  Scottish-American.    The American agriculturist is for   the    most    part   a1  shrewd and practical man, who knows  good land when he sees It, and who  understands what he can make it produce.     His standard of land values is  the market price1'-of land in his own  State.     When he sees that he can buy  iu Canada equally good or better Iand  for a quarter of its real vr.lue as judged, by his standard what wonder that  he grasps the opportunity?     He buys  his new farm in Canada with the certain knowledge that he can make a  good living off it, and in the confident  expectation tha t it will gradually and  steadily increase in market value, just  as agricultural land in his own State  has risen in value from the low level  of $10 per acre or less to its present  value of something like $100 per acre.  He understands in fact, the intrinsic  value of land is at present priced far  FJ-TER  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN  TO  JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchants  Make Bills Lading read: Port Arthur or Fort William.  Co., "Winnipeg.  Liberal Advances Prompt Returns  Winnipeg, Manitoba  Notify Peter Jansea  Best Qradea  THE CUNARD LINE  I  ��������� lies   lui-ubu  _,������������������������-    *_   his spouse calmly.  cjOv.^    .**    A^ ay> my deaI% he said> ij-.g QUlte  ail right;   I'm only*" standing on one  leg.  Many children die from the assaults  of worms, and the first care of mothers should be to see that their infants aro free from these pests. A  vermifuge that can be depended on  is Miller's Worm Powders. They  will not only expel worms from the  system, but act as a health-giving  medicine and a remedy for many or  the ailments that beset infants, enfeebling them and endangering their  lives.  that  /our  you  wife  fttraloM  Shot  Ivawyer���������I hardly tli Ink  can got a separation fi-ov.i  tt.erely  Leeiuise   ������lm   throws  llatirons  at the dog.  Client���������No!   Put then    i ���������'���������ry    time  Bhe throws at the dog alio hits mo.  Like a Slot Gas Mete-  Tommy���������What is a retainer, pa?  A retainer, my son is    the   money  people pay to us lawyers beforo we  r*n, ���������*���������-,   Af,   om*   ���������������������������v/'i.f-l'*"  Vfc*'*������      UO     ���������***��������������� *���������  \Sm  --���������  Oh, I see, it's like those slot gas-  meters. Tho peoplo have to pay their  money before they get any gas.  ���������Ce Was the Cabman  A local preacher once drove in a cab  to the village church to preach. Upon reaching the church he was very  concerted to find that the congregation only consisted of one man. Remembering however, that a well-  known minister had on one occasion  preached to one man. and converted  him, he decided to give him the benefit of his discourse.  long sermon he  Stands for COMFORT  SPEED,   SERVICE  As In 1840, the Cunard Line is today the pioneer ln every thins appertaining to service and comfort of ocean travellers. The now palatial twin-screw  steamships "Andania" and "Alaunia" are equipped with all the latest improvements for the enjoyment and safety of passengers.-In addition they  >jni7<������ InrtrA tnllxfo, "r*������o1*a -^VilcV,   ong"vV*  wrr^Qa.t  ja+QaftIri���������ftn Ir.  i^iift-rj. f?������&the*"  _..       -������,- ��������� -     MAQN,,r|CENT APPOINTMENTS.  Lounge, Gymnasium. Drawing-room,    Smoking-room,    Open    and    Covered  . Promenades, Spacious Staterooms, Orchestra.  Early application for reservations should be made for the Christmas  sailing Dec. 8th, S.S. "Alaunia" (one clasc cabin (I!) and third class only)  Portland to Liverpool.  For ���������particulars of sailings and,services from Montreal, Portland. Boston  and New York, apply to Local Agents, or  THE  CUNARD STEAMSHIP  CO.,  LTD.. 304  Main   Street,  Winnipeg.  JTwo of a Kind .-_'������������������  A private in the regulars went to  the colonel of his regiment and asked  for a two weeks' leave of absence.  The colon&l was a severe disciplinarian, who did not believe in extending  too many privileges to his men and  did not hesitate to use a subterfuge  in evading the granting of one.  Well, said the colonel, what do you  want a two weeks' furlough for?  Patrick answered: Me woife is very  queer and the children are not well,  and, if ye 'didn't moind, she would  loike to have me home for a few  weeks to give her a bit of assistance.  The colonel eyed him for a few minutes and said: ."*  Patrick, I. might grant your request,  but I got a letter from your wife this  FARMERS                   .-.-.  ������������������. _������������������  ;   ' j-7  Can  always  make sure of .getting. the highest    prices for    WHEAT, OATS.   I  BARLEY and FLAX,''by shipping their car lots to    FORT    WILLIAM    AND   S  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on com-rtisslon by..-,.���������>..7-Y ���������,..            9  t   THOMPSON, SOH5  AND COMPANY j  -THE   WELL-KNOWN   i-A"Rivitri5;   AGENTS 1  ADDRESS   700-703   Y���������   GRAIN    EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG \  At   the   ClOSe   Ol   a     . um,  *   gui  ������*  jctulcj   uuui  jum    wjj-o   luiu  shook hands with    his    congregation   raorning saying she didn't want you  and asked blm if the sermon was too | ]lome. .t]iat you were a nuisance whenever you went there.   She hopes     I  Mabel���������I wonder why they always  havo a rooster and nevor a hen on  church steeples?  Jaok���������I expo-el it i* Iiecausc it  would be ditlloult tc collect tlio eggs.  <t$tfi*F**mttt>mi?f$  I'vUl li'ifti IV1.' ���������������: ������'���������'"':.������  frqiri tli_  Here's a chance  for you to buy  your range from  the factory and  save 30%���������to  buy it on easy  tcirma and to get  ths very range  you would choose, even if you  had to pay the retail price.  Onr free book shows you  exactly what lhe lange ������ Ulce. ll de-  icrilw-t <*acU point clearly, and vre  aua-*ant������������ our range to be juat  aa represented.  You tnigKt a������ well ������������ve tlie retail  profit.    Mail the coupon to-day.  D^ominion  Range  IPoliihed  lat������el body-  I-Ja-h* ami  |caittfiB������ ���������  I   be������������������i������iiHy  laL nickellad  Steal Raiti������ Mt0. ^^  Naaa ���������  A44ra���������������������--<i*.������~i*  Saved up for It  Ono day two women hired a cab and  paid the driver hia dollar for their rldo  with the following coins: A twenty-five  cent piece, three dimes, five five-cent  pieces, a three-cent piece, two two-  cent pieces und thirteen pennies  After looking at tho miscellany for  a moment, tho driver smiled broadly,  and asked whimsically: Woll, woll.  nuw, and ho-.v long havo you been  saving up fir this nlco Httlo treat today?  Farmer's Wife���������Now, then, you Just  clear out.   When I gavo you a splendid pair of boots 11 month ngo, you pro-  i mlsed me you   wouldn't   troublo   mo  , again.  1 Persistent Peter���������Neither would I.  tmum, only tho bootH 'avo worn out, so  <T thought I'd ask you If you'd mind  .bavin' 'em Holed nnd 'onled for mo?  * ....  Now, Tommy, said Mrs, Hull, I wan';  yon to bo good whl.o I am out.  x will bo good for a nickel, roplied  Tounuy.  Tommy, she said, I wont you to remember Hi at you cannot, bo a son oC  mino, unlet-s you uro good tor nothing.  long  I    Oh, lt makes no -difference to me.  was tho reply.    1 am your cabman.  He���������Private .Tones just stood me a  gingerbeer.  She���������And did-you stand    him   one  back? .     ,       ��������� ,.  I-tc���������Ko, of course not,    A (rue British soldier never rc-treats!  won't let you have  loughs.  That  settles  it!    Ol  any    more    fur  suppose    Ol  Tanning Materials In United States  The figures of the United States for-  estj-ir service show that there aro  some 22,000,000 worth of vegetable  tanning material used every year in  the United States. The chief source  of tanning is hemlock bark, but the  quantity used Is steadily decreasing,  owing to the depleting of the forests.  The amount of bark utilized in the  United States In 1906 was 930,000  tons, in 1907. 816,000 tons; in 1908  810,000 tons; and in 1909, 698,000 tons.  There are In all, six sources of tanning: gall nuts, fruits of certain plants  and leaves of some trees and shrubs,  wood of such trees as chestnut and  qnebrecho, baric of many trees and  shrubB, roots of certain plants. The  decrease ln the amount derived from  Till'  He Found Out  lil lie  agricultural  village*  wain  Very Unique Spot  Doubtless tho most unique spot in  Europo is the little village of Alten-  horg, on whoso border threo countries  meet. It is ruled b * no monarch, has  no soldiers, no police, and no taxoa.  Its Inhabitants speak a curious jargon  of French and German combined, and  snend their days in cultivating the land  or workluc; in tho valuable calamine  mine of which tho village boasts.  A policeman, giving evklenco at the  Souilnvark Coroner's Couv'c rocenlly,  said his namo was Vltruvlus Rainbow.  Tho Coroner���������-Wero you named aftor anyone?  Tho Constable���������No, sn'.  A pen-nib ls a llttlo thing, yet there  is moro stool unc-d lu lliu imuiufacturo  of nibs than ln all the u-v/ord and gun  factories in tho world. A ton of stool  produces 1,500,000 pens.  Yos, uald lho rollrcd Insurance  agont, I onco got a man to tako out  a $50,000 Hfo policy only tho day boforo ho was killed, and it took a lot  of coaxing to do it.  Cioyh! Unit n'mh J'oii/'l; on lh<- company.     T oxpn-t you wished your per  can't get the furlough, then? said Pat. | these usual sources of .vegetable tan-  No, I'm afraid not, Patrick. ning is being 'met. by introducing new  materials and chemical substitutes.  There appears to be a limit, however,  tn which substitutes can be successfully carried, and the question of a future supply of vegetable tanning is  becoming a matter for serious consideration.  UUl,    X cr.1.1 (vl:  Colonel, can I say somethln' to yez?  ������ertainly, Patrick; what is It?  You won't get mad, colonel, if Ol  say it?  Certainly not, Patrick.    What is it?  Ol want to say there are two splendid liars in this room. Ol was never  married in me lolfe.  Ideal .v.-- Silver  Cream Is a scientific ������������������-'���������orftharaliofi'  specially "adapted  for cleaning nit  kinds of StT>V-ftV  & GOi-D PLATE,  MIRROHS, CUT  GLASS, or WINDOWS. It Isa  purely vegetable  compound and  does not conIn In  any Injurious sul*.  Stances. Any nrt-  lelo polished with  IDBAL will acquire a beau griil  lustre thai will not  tarnish.  For eale. by   all  Dealers.  bllh'il wiili 'Ijoclure on    Keats/    for- hiiobIvo powers had not been uo suc-  You soo, I married  Cause and Effect  An 'Snglish gentleman from tho  Midlands, who was spending a month  at Brighton, went to London for a  few -ays' visit. Ho had his wife  and daughter and plenty of money  with him.  Tho daughter, nTter buying what-  ovov sho wanted, doaldod that sho  must nlno havo a bulldog. Tho en-  tlro family wont to help her to soloct  Iho dog, but thoy could not ngroo In  their choice, so tho gentlomnn bought  threo���������tho   sol no Mon  of  cnc.lt,  Ho had tho tliroo ' dogs sent' to  Brighton, thon chu.uu.od his plans otter goI'iiK bach there, and took hlc  family homo. A fow days later ho  rocelvod tho following lottor from  tho atnblo-mau at Brighton.  Dear Sir���������Your throo bulldogs arrived oil right laflt night on tho samo  train. I locked thom up togothor  last nlg:t in a looso bo Yours  truly, .T.J.  P.S.���������Wo Imvo ouly ono loonc box.  P.P.-.-.-You will havo to buy come  moro dogs.  ������TD������nF mwc\ rnPYRinHT**; sl nF������irmca  ----������������������-, --. ..-���������.- v������ ULJlU^jj  over a fortnight. Tho evening arrived nt length, bringing tho lecturer  ready to discourse on tho poot.  The advertised chairman, I alto n IU  ut tho hint -iiotiumt.. wan ro placed by  a local fnrmor. Tlilfi worthy Introduced tho loctiiror, and terminated his  remitr1(H  bv   hiivIuk;  And now, my frlendH, wo libit 11 soon  know what. 1 |'eri*oii:illy havo often  wondered��������� -whnt   11 iv-   Keatn?  COBftflll!  Woll, hardly.  the widow.  tho  The Great Question  Woman, growled   tho   vllllan  crlmo Is on your own bond.  Th II. r.-n straight? anxiously demand  ed tho vllllanohb.  IM 'l ri'  W   N   U   9/0  Knew t!������e  Sex  Tn,.���������!,..-       Vt.iiy       (Vili������.l)l/i-.  iM-ilH   rem - nliiioliiiii   rottr.  rilllt'ltl   I.      iMtllll'-l I VII I.        Mill*  Ihileii   In   un-.   ilnflor,  I loci or    V< 11 iiiuiit. nppi'iil to hor In  th.-   lu(fVi-..L   lit  hi).'   CMUiiih:\loii   111.id  mil.  won 1  Try Murine  Eyo Remedy  J������ you havo Red, Wonlc. Watery ICyctt  ���������Moothoii ICvo I'liln. Dnii'ii'iMia tiell  JMuvluO l'iyo Kemody, i.iipiid, irSe, bite,  Mut'lnti Eyo Salvo lu Atioptic Tubes,  25c,   SOc*   Ryo  Hoo!;������  Fix-e  by  Mall,  A������ t*Ty* tmiilti _*������J f<m' *-<l ~y������������ Umt N������������a C-,r������  Uutltim  K.rre  Itomedy  Co,, Clilcik������e  Eetlmatlng Hie Worth'  A woll-known M.P., not romarkablo  for his phydlqur, somo tlmo ago visited a factory wli-vo a grout number of  mon wero employed.  Tho M.P. enquired of ono of tho  workmen: What wagon do you rocolvo  hevo?  Well, replied tnu vvorkuuin ucniUiii-  lng liln head, and raising hlu cap with  tho namo hand, that iloponds on what  you aro, guvnor; a chap llko you, for  Inatimco. would get tihout olghloon  bob a wook.  Minard's Ulnlmer.i Cures Dai.druW  Two mon of Mllwaukoo woro discussing the case of a person of their  acquaintance whose obituary, lt appears, had boen printed by mistake in  0110 of that .city's newspapers.  Oh, hoi exclaimed ono of tho dor*  mans. So dey haf brlnted der funeral notlco or a mnn who Is not dead  already! Voll, now, ho'd bo ln a nlco  fix If ho was vot bollovos ovcryono of  doso booples vot bollovos ovorythlng  doy boob In dor bapers!  Llttlo Freddie had Just mado his  llvst acquaintance with animal craolt-  r������rn. Aftoy oatlng quite an assortment  of thom Fro.ldio bocamo vory thought-  What makes you so ponslvo, dear*  nsked his mothor.  Oh, I wtvH thinking what a circus  was going on lusldo ot mo.  Llttlo  Lola���������Mamma  this   milk  Ib  sour.  Martimn���������-Tbat'R     strange,     it    has  boon  ln tho Icebox all morning.  Little Lola���������-Perhaps tho milkman  mndo -a mistake and gavo his cow  plcklos for breakfast.  ^HKmttmmmtmsmtmvmmmmmmmmmtmmmrimmmmm  Coin Demands Ends  Tho domund for Cnnadlon gold coins  has nlmout reached tho vanishing  point. Whon the JU-st ituiuo was mado  a considerable quantity was placed in  (���������Uoijhi.tj.uu. It sruflually fell cn\ h<"*w-  ovor, and at tho present tlmo thoro Is  scarcely a"i' In circulation.  STANLEY LIOHTFOOT  PATKNT aOUCITOn ANDATTORNBV  tUMSDEN   BLDO.(ctjJvW,WI) TORONTO.  \wmrc ron terms.    *tuw"* '     M.3713.  ���������niim,imininirninlilllrn,mi_p_������iaMiii_iiiti������iiirii,-n������tT������ra������r  Animals are Good Patients  A pleco of bono Jammed between the  molars of a Bengal t-Ber mndo the  great cat furious, but when the Bronk  zoological phynlclans touched the tormenting object with forceps sho began  to relax completely, and tho bono w.10  lomovod with ridiculous ease. Tho  Bulletin of tho Zoological Socloty ro*  coi'ds tho caso of several other animal*  that proved to bo far moro satisfactory  patients than human balngs. All tho  great apoo, for example, aro porfect  patlentB. But tho gentlo door, whloh  aro high-strung, norvous crcaturoB, nro  tho moot fllfHortlt of nil to himdlo w'livn  111.  ���������.,!ll������"  when ho puis np nl n hotol always  takoii u MlnRlo room.  pibbn���������Ml" 'btfior loltl hlm ho luiifit  avoid HiUtcB.  "    A Dry Joke  .Unison���������Ob, yos, I know Old Simp-  uon.    *'o  vvum u iva'-j*'  I"-'       ���������"-  "*-*       1-1., ,1    ^������M^.������    f,.if.r.    tnl'    fill,    U'h'-n  thocluuiis wore dark and tiirouliMiiiiK  and tho world looked no black.  plniMoii���������Wlial  did ho do?  Jlmtion���������-Ilo hnt ino an umbrolla.  The Best Corrective  and preventive of tlie numerous  ailments caused by defective  cr irregular action of the organs of digestion*���������is found  in tho aafe, speedy, certain  nnd time-tested homo remedy  *mvr m%JmJm was _^t  ***mm      **t  *m* m*mmmm*   ^mmmm1'   *m*m +mm* tmsim'*****   *xmn**'.i*m-.n      1*.   '-*       **  fiwld MvarywIiAimi.   lit hux������������, 'J.U tmit.  Domeatloated  A modlcal studont asked a fnmoMi  surgeon: What did you oporato ou  that man for?  Two hundred dollars, replied tlw  surgeon.  Yos, 1 know that, said tho student  I moan what did tho niuu huvo?  Two hundred dollars, ropllod tin  Burgeon.  h  mmmmsmmmmmms THE REVIEW* CRESTON,  t_  r**  -   '-.",i vr-i^*"-'S.-i-Ti;iTKr  ;. \^*?^A.  r v1-* ���������**''--/*:*fr _VsS.i  **    - -   -JWW|  r "��������� %    al  O.M. OF HAMILTON  ������BAM BBOWN IS STUJi hale at  COSTLY KISSES.  -__-3TOE AT BO^OOI*  -HB BALLAD OP YAAB A.^  itoinAirna arxtndb-:.  "*    ---ti mtm*mh*mi  i^Kanlnent Figure at Hamilton Gentea-  _i������l Celebration Moved to tho Am-  l        *_���������_,..���������. j-������jj.. ������., ioea  n���������A   Sinn��������� ���������P'hflfc  I MJULUUO   *JXHJ    XX*   muxfM   ������������������������.������   ���������������������-.....    ���������   [      vime Ho Has Held Many Posts cf  I      Honor in the Place of Sis ASop-  Adarn   Brown,   "Hamilton"a   Grand  Man," is nearly ninety,tbut his  is fresh and ruddy with health, hit  firm and elastic, and .form ereet  . full of vigor.   The city of which  has boon eo much a pare was onljr  '<���������������& Man  A War, a Sacs Slot ssd a _-.g__e_t of  Soldiers Among the Besnlts.  In the year 1794, the beautiful, charming find famous fouchefis of.,..Gordon  founded and raised the Gordon jaigh-  lander's,  one of the  most famous regi-  ���������,,*.������.7~ ~.m   a..x.\.   *m . i.*���������t__,-  wwvd ui  KJU-I.UU  jOLAfriimnuttJa.  The most attractive terms to a new-  reeruit in this gallant regiment were a  ....lm.~      4-.       H^1.1      ���������-..3      ..      1-*������������     6~..m.     J.*- ���������     4mm.  UIUUOA   jjj   ������vsj*a   c&llu   cv   n.100   xtuixx   t/_������?   x-mxa  famed _ucfies3. It is said that this famous regiment ofi soldiers **vas raised more  QUlCJfcJjr     uucr.!,    njljr     VOIICI     xoguuQUv    *_     lmw  joritish service. ThiB seems, all veiy  good, yet tho Gordon Highlanders paid  dearly for the kiBa xney had received  from the charming Duchess of Gordor.  They were soon ssnt to fight the _'renck  and in their flrst engagement 800 of  them fell, killed and wounded.   The sur-  , . (The following poem taken from TO-  nonto Satmday Night, is said to be -h'e  last written by the, late E. Pauline  Johnson, the Indian poetess, who died  In-Vancouver a little over a year,ago.]  2-S5's.,_'e*s_ges -Seas w_i jiave K"o  Favors Shown Them.  Prince George and Prince.,Henry, the  vouncer sons of King George V. of E-sg-  land,>ave recently been slightly sick and  were'Bent,to Newquay to recuperate as  well aB to enjoy brief vacations. The interesting young members -of the royal  family enjoyed the outing to the fullest  extent. The cliffs at Newquay overlook  Fifltral bay, and the scenery around,this   *...      J���������      f\   .       '. ��������� A      *- - ���������... ' JJ..1       mm.fl      mm\r\aX  plaOe       *S        IrUe        IllVOL        VCttUULUl        UUU       jm.mmm  interesting in aii England.  Henry, the third son of the King, who There ��������������������� fires on Lulu Island, and the  is now thirteen years old, will enter Eton, smoke, unliftiss lingers  college for the first time this fall.    He In  *  faded scarf  of  fragrance  m  it  There are fires on L_hi Island, and the  siy is opalescent  With the pearl and purple tinting from  the smouldering of peat.  And ihe Dream -tills lift their aura-aits  in a sweeping, hazy crescent,  With the Capilano canyon at their feet:  It is the Beautiful Home .of "the Luckiest Child in England."  The  luckiest  child yin   Englnnd bears! -        ,,  the,sonorous names of Bernard Manna- .pa>rj0������_ Y0Ull_  Germans In'Mil-'  duke I-tzalan  Howard. - This  small 5-   raniuui-   ivu  y  year-old boy already has the titles  of , itary POSG and Attire.  Earl o������,Axu_dei and Surrey.   He is heir _  to the dukedom of Norfolk, and as Earl  of Norfolk -will hold the premier earldom   QSS nTP pftR KASSER WlLHELfyl  oi   j-ngxanu.     xxis  J.ainer,   me   xjuho  uj. . ^ ,  Norfolk; is hereditary earl marshal and  ���������  haa been at a private school heretofore  and has been treated by all as a member of the royal family. But on entering  college it will be different. He will attend the classroom duties juBt as any  other boy, and efforts will be made to  ereeps across the day,  And the Inlet  and the Narrows  blur  beneath its silent fingers,  And the canyon is enfolded in itB grey.  years old when Adai Brown was ������������������������ ������ we woraon tnL  Jin Edinburgh, Scotland, in April maintained that they never regretted the  1.26    When seven years old he came P*i<* they paid for a single kiss,  itth his parents to Canada,   and   for I* the year 1703 a stolon kiss was the tho 60a of tlle King.   His fellow-student?  S vears Resided in Montreal. His first means of bringing about a bloody and will t^t him just as if he was an Eng:             th6gpAn aiuSffL  mJSSL wasnKfh  OU_!K Molfat ��������� expensive ware.    Wdinand of Bavaria n^ boy.    Ho 4ill be compelled to arise    Aad thBJu^e������ri���������������Va_d itesZf  ICrSSSy^henthe largest commercial ^a8 Journeying into anoighboring state. ove"ry moTa-mg Bt 6.45 o'clock and must    m^^^&!^���������%?J?*BL  i? in Canada, dealing in all kinds ��������������� day during hie journey he visited atUmd oarly cia68r0om  Le country _ products. the royal houseliold of a neighbor and o'clock every day.    Or  But -the sun its face is veiling lik<-  ���������  cloistered nun at vespers;  As  tewards  the  altar  candles  of  the  night a censer swings,   wakes from  ���������  Bfet���������l  ftsns1  efthe country's product!  ������a 1860 he went to Hamilton by way  r5������ Toronto. .To,reach the latter re-  [$jjl5-cd six days and -seven nights from  fgfcntroal, first by eloign and then by ,  5*s.eh. At Toronto ho -took tbe  rgfteamer Magnet, now the Montreal, tho  Ljfcmt iron boat on Lako Ontario. He  I took the boat, but it did not take him  t to Hamilfon. A storm drove it. back,  ^���������tttranco to the bay boing found im-  gsssible.    He then went by coach.  Eo had como to take a position with  !������& Maclnnis, afterward Senator.    Next  four hours.  As a member of tbe lower class he will  be looked on "as a  " fag.''    A fag, a  exercises at 7.30  , _ tij 0.    On full school days  while wandormg wandering around in the  Bpaeious  HCO   UU   05pi6u  e, wide-spreading treo close at hand." He  was so bewitched with her beauty and  charming personality that'he impulsively  and thoughtlessly implanted a kiss oa freshman, is compelled to "run errands for  hor fair and lovely cheek. hw upper classmen. He will also be made  She waa a princess of the royal fam- to fceep tii0 r0oms of the upper classmen  ily, but the Bavarian prince did not know is a ���������ea1; condition, light their fires, even  it, neither did he know that she was an on c0^a winter morning3, and must cook  affianced bride and that the bridegroom- ^e{T 6ggS) prepare their tea and run out  elect was near, by and saw the whole to the coiner shops to buy fruits and  affair. There were hot words and blov?*s. pastries. It has long been a custom in  A duel was fought and both principals English schools to look upon the mem-  were almost fatally wounded.   Diplomatics ber8 of the Upper class as dignified per-  Where   the  sings.  Capilano   Eiver sobs  and  who first  ighing,  relations between the two petty kingdoms were suspended and a long and  bloody war ensued. The Etolen kiss was  paid for most dearly in blood and treasure.  It is considerably within a decade that  a negro kissed a white waitress in a res-  -ta-t-ant in a little town called Granger,  near Salt Lake City, Utah. The lookers-on were indignant and very soon there  was a mob and a raco war ensued. Thirty-six white men were killed and wounded and over 80 negroes met tho same  MR.  ADAM SROW2T.  ���������with the late*W. P. Maclaren, whole-  Bsle grocer, and in two years became  tt partner in the firm, later to become  Brown, Gillespio & Company,, and fin-  ������Hy Balfour & Company.  He wns a member of the Federal  House at Ottawa from 18S6 to 1891,  when ho was* appointed postmaster of  Hamilton, a position he has held con-  'ttauously to the present. Mr. Brown  'represented Canada-at the "World's Ex-  usition in Jamaica, W.I., and thero  frequently met tho present King  George, whose' father, the late King  Edward, he had helped eatertauj when  in Hamilton during 1__ visit to Canada  ia 18������0.        -:���������?���������? ??.?  In 1857-58 he took a leading, part in  securing a by-law for waterworks for  Hamilton, and waB one of the commiB-  ���������doners,   and   later   chairman   of   the ;  -board.    The work -was done by Thos.  O. Keefer, now C.M.G.    The Prince of  ?Walos>was to visit the city and ,was  to open? the gate to let the waters ofthe lake flow through tie streets. ;  Mr.  Brown, having   charge   of   the  keys to the two finest houses in Hamilton, tho owners both being in England  at  tho  time,  throw? open  "Oak  Bank/" W. P. Maclaren's, and "Arkle-  don,'' Richard Juson 'e, and the Prince  ���������nd his suite occupied them while in  tno city.  Mr. Brown has'ljeen'iinoBt promiherit-  ������..inactive in many ways.   Ho was proii-  ������������nt of :tho railway that runs through  the countioa of Wellington, Groy, and  Bruce, from: Guelph to South Hamilton  And  from  Palmoraton   to   Kincardine.  When it wao completed it was handed  ever to the  Grout "Western,  and later  no-orbed by the. Grand Trunk itailway;  he was presidont of what was at first  fcnowu   us   the   Ontario   and    ^acifio  Junction, running from Oravonhurnt to  North  Bay.   whero  it  connected   with  the   Canadian   Pacific,   then   building.  With the late Wm. Hondrio hp stood  wt-tohiiig   the  lutit   dpike   driven- thai  united lao two roads.   This is now also  % port of tho G. T. B. systora. Ho was  fthio a diroctor of tho road botwoon Toronto  and  Ottawa,, then  called '^'Tha  Toronto   and   Ottawa   Hallway."      At  ttut this wan a "piocoinoal" road, being built "in npote,."  Tho policy of tho Federal Government was to givo but $3,000 por milt  toward railways���������the proviouii Mac-  _'enr.io Government having glvon ���������!_,-  000.' Mr. Brown wnn Instrumental in  inving deputation! from all th* towm  ���������nd oltloB, from Windsor to Ottawa, to  M-ot in tho latter to urgo tho .change  from iJi-,000 buck to tho former 4il_,CO0  per mllo, and the chango wm mado.  In 1800 ho wa������ secretary, nnd latoT  ���������roBldont. of the Hamilton Board of  Trade, and In 3877 ho was prosldent of  the Dominion Board of Trade, which  met In Ottawa, onco a yoar, and which  wan instrumental    in    bringing about  {rotoction of Canadian indiiHtrlon.   He  as boon and still lu presidont of lho  JTr.y-.il Ilumnn**  Annociation, fonntlcfl on  sonB and on the members of the lower  class,, as a fit subject for hafeing in the  milder forms.  When it was, first announced that  Prince Henry would enter Eton college  thiB year it was feared that he would not  be received with much enthusiasm by the  ������**-*-������.������.      C+lirlrtTil-a "HfK/i���������       Vir.      e%X+������,m.rl*,rl      *l,p  V....V*        **v.-   wl.v.. ..  mmm.      *.\f      v,v\,^i^-^.\fm.       .....  private school he gained the- reputation  of being a mother's darling and was  never allowed to join in the athletic  games or to mix with the other boys at  the school. In this respeet-ho was much  different from his older brother, the  Prince of Wales, who while a student  took part in many forms of Bport and  was a member of several clubs at Oxford.  Henry is the first -on of -the present  King of   England   tc   attend   school- at.  ���������ton  college,  his  brothers having boen  sent to  other colleges.    The boys have  barely escaped death at the hands of the    decided that they did not like his sur-  angry black and whitu mob by sudden    name,  Guelph, and therefore announced  and swift flight. even before the .college opened after tho  fate.  The Btrangest and most peculiar climax in this bloody affair was tho fact  that the same negro and white waitress  that had been the eauBe of the bloodshed  and riot were married and then the  negresses^ of the town joined issue with  the white men and started in pursuit oi  the negro and his white bride and they  'twas voiceless as the shore,  Bnt thTou'-'hQui th9 Teat forever it will  sing the song undying  That the lips ef lovers sing for evermore.  He was chief of all the Squamish, and  he ruled the coastal waters���������  Aad he warred upon her people in the  distant ChftTlottle Isles,  She, a winsome basket weaver, daintiest of Haida daughters,  Made him captive to her singing and  her smiles.  Till his hands forgot to havoc, and his  weapons lost their lusting,  Till his stormy eyes allured her from  the land of Totem Poles,  Till she followed where he called her,  followed with a woman's trusting,  To the canyon where the Capilano rolls.  And the women of the Haidas plied in  vain their magic power,  Wailed for many moons her absence,  wailed for many moons their  prayer,  chief butler of Engand, premier duke  and Temier esrl= It> add���������lion to hia  inheritance of noble titles the lad will  come into one of ths richest estates in  England. The Duke of Norfolk is the  owner of 68,900 acres of land in England, and is one of London's greatest  landlords. Among hia' magnificent estates ere Arundel castle, Sussex; Der-  wont Hall, Derbyshire, near Sheffield,  and Beach Hill, Sheffield.  The little Earl of Arundel was tha  first of his line to be born at beautiful  Arundel castle. .-The estate^has the odd  distinction cf ennobling any person who  may hold it. If it were Bold, for instance, It would make whoever held it a  nobleman. Even an aspiring American  could enter the British peerage in thifl  fashion. The little Earl of Arundel is  the child of thii second wife of the Duke  of Norfolk, who was the Hon. Gwendolen  Mary Constable Maxwell, the daughter  of Baron Herries, heir to her father'������  title.  None of the family histories of the j  British peerage surpasses that of the  Dukes of Norfolk in romantic ^interest.  The flrst title in the family was the  feudal title of the Earl of Arundel,  granted about 1155 and confirmed in  1433. The Eeventh and eighth earls were  attainted and beheaded, and John Mal-  travera. the first baron of that title, was  proclaimed a tratitor, but later was restored io favor. The I8th earl was attainted, but the title was restored, to the  14th, who later waa created Earl of* Norfolk.  Thft fluked-m. had its beginning in the  house of Mowbray, the sixth baron of  that title being made Duke of Norfolk  in 1307. The fifth duke, dying without  male issue, the title became extinct, but  was later revived for Sir John Howard,  who had married a daughter of the fifth  duke and who also became earl marshal  of England. The family suffered heavily under Henry VII. and Henry VIII.,  several members  of it being   executed.  Many Things'of Interest to Boys _i-t  Girls���������-A Mystifying Trick With Figures���������Sits of Useful lrrferr-atiot*h  Riddles to Puzzle and Amuse.  In Germany, as In most European nations, militarism is very muc-b more ���������i  evidence than In our own land of the  free.   In a!! the r cities tbero nre  constantly to be Been soldiers In the  uniforms of their" respective arms -f  tho eervice.    Parades are a matter Ol  "Bring her back, O! Squamish foeman^   ti^ titles, too, were forfeited.   The feu  _%������������������������-���������������������������-������    ���������*-/_    .������_-    am*    Veeiln    *tl A-orAf   " a^_    -. **l ?l .Jt     A 3-.1    ___..-i   M.A   mx/V***4.s*A  Swinburne's Hatred of Tobacco.  Tennyson was the smoking poc-t of the  Victorian era, Bays the London Chronicle.  His two great contemporaries���������Browning  and Swinburne���������hated tobacco, especial-  lySwinburne. He expressed himself with  characteristic vehemence. He had wandered into the Arts Club, where he sought  and in vain, a room that waa free from  the fumes of tobacco smoke. At length  his fury overcame him. "James I," he  GXCjaimou, wao a ^.rnavc, a . vyrrax*. v, a  fool, a liar, a coward, but I lovo him, I  worship.him, because hfe slit the throat of  that filthy blackguard?"Raleigh, who. invented tfhis filthy smoking!''  vacation that they would call him  Henry, a much more appropriate name  for a real college boy.  But Prince Henry is not always a  good boy by any means. In this respect  he shows that there is the same touch of  naughtiness that exists in every boy. JusS  prior to the coronation exercises the  young prince behaved very badly.  These two young princes are most in-  j xi .. r_  xl ������������������  1 J-l ,    j-T   l������������JCai.lJJg    JJCl OUUO,   ������19   JC    L11C1     L71ULJJCJ.,    tUQ  crown  prince."  bring to ub our Yaada flower,  But   the   silence   only   answered,   their  despair.  But ths men were swift io battle, swift  to cross the coastal water,  Swift to war and swift of weapon, swift  to paddle trackless miles,  Crept with stealth along tho canyon,  stole   her   from,   her   love    and  dal earldom of A_un&el was not affected,  however, and in 1660 Thomas Howard  was restored to the dukedom, with the  original precedence of the first duke.  The present earl is the 15th of his  line. He is the foremost Roman Catholic peer ia England. " He held office as  postmaster-general in the cabinet of Lord  Salisbury. When the Boer war broke  , ,    , out he volunteered for the front but did  brougat ?*T._    ,. .     .  ���������,    , .,.���������   not satisfy medical requirements and was  Onee^aagm unto the distant Charlottle ( rejected>     Not     c<mtent,    however,    he  equipped a body of men at his own ex-  Isles.  Veteran Peer Dead.  The ...veteran. Irish peer, Viscount  Charlemont, died7 at " Drumcnirne,  Count jr Tyrone, a (fow days ago. He  was eighty-four years old. As Cap.uin  Caulflold he served with distinction in  the Crimean War. From 1868 to 1S93  he was Comptroller of the Household  to successive Irish Viceroys. In 1893  he succeeded to tho Irish Viscounty of  his cousin, the last Earl of Charlemont.  He had no seat in the House of Lords.  He is succeeded in Viscounty by his  nephew, Mr. James Edward Caulficld.  Tho Countess of Ranfurly is the late-  peer-daughter.  St. James Was Hospital.  St. James' Palace was .originally a  hospital dedicated to St. James, and  was* adopted uu u IvO,yu- I'coiuOtico by  Henry VIII., who built e clock-tower  and gateway from designs by Holbein.  Charles I. slept at St. James' Palace  the night beforo his execution,7 and  walked across St. James'- Park to  Whitehall next morning. Tho British  Court ia officially known as tho Court  of St. James, though tho Palac is no  longer used aa a rosidonco of the ,  Sovereign.                              " ... I  i      Free Pass.  Tho ti ant of Huntingdon farm,  Swnston, Jngland, is bound to grow  throo uci'CB of peas ovory year for the  inhabitants. When thoy aro ready foi  picking tho town crioi* annouucc������ tho  fact, and Hiobo who chooso c.xn pick  what pons they like. Tho oustom dates  back tiOO yours, when a poor woman  was imprisoned for stealing peas.   ,  Ground Plat.  A young man from a country village  whon Blglitsoolng in Edinburgh was  ���������n'outly no ton loh oil on cooing "Mr.  Smith, Bailor (ground Hut)," inscribed  on a door and after a careful study of  tho pi at o exclaimed:  "Groat Scott, sic a death! Shalrly  he'n heon run owor wi' a steam roller I "  -London Graphic,  Bamboo Sap in India.  In India the sap of the female bamboo, is used, for medicinal purposes.  "Tabashecr," or "banslochan," is sold  ia all Indian bazaars, as it has been  known from the earliest times as a  medicinal agent. It is also known in  Borneo and was an- article of commerce with early Arab traders of the  eaBt. Its properties are said to be  strengthening, tonic and cooling. It  hes been analyzed and has been shown  to consist almost entirely of silica,  with traces of lime and potash. From  its remarkable occurrence in the hollows of bamboos the eastern mind has  long associated it with miraculous  P wers.���������London Standard.  Holping tho Post Office  ,     In a history of the. great advance in  Sostal mothods accomplished by Sir  lowland Hill is given this anecdote:  To tho post office of at that time tiny  Ambleside came one day a well to do  man to buy a stamp lo put. nn th*? let-'  ter he was'about to'p������st- "l'8 t'"8 new  reform going to last!" ho asked the  postmaster. "Certainly," wns the reply. "It is quito established." "Oh,  well, then," said tho mon, resolved to  givo the thing generous support, "givo  me threo Btampsl"  Oil Prospects in Africa.  Mr. Cunninghum Craig, the oil expert, who haa been engaged by Government to investigate the oil resources  of the Union, haB been interviewed by  a Bloomfontein paper and is reported  to havo said that there aro possibilities  but thoy are uot very hopeful. Ho,  however, hesitated to givo a decided  opinion boforo ho had scon a great deal  moro of tho country.  I Australian Oil.  1 An far back as 1851, at the Great  Exhibition iii London, il manufactured  In South Australia gained "honorablo  montion on uccount of its cloarnoa9,  color und flavor." Tho imluMry in  growing rapidly in South Australia,  whoro the Hoil and .limato are admirably adapted ,to tho growth of olivo  troos.  t*���������+ .���������*,������ *..,it.A mmmm *������^���������^  ������-^ t.0.m _-_. ' pease aai, as their major, led them in  W-&fev&S* ' *hS fleld intU he?ecei^4 ^ dangerous  Southward toward tho Capilano, while  her voice had hushed its song,  And her   riven   heart   repeated words  that on her lips wero burning,  "Not to friend���������but unto fo email I belong-  "Give me back ?ay Squamish ley er,  though you hate, I still must .love  '-ti,.- .him, ..'������������������'���������"  Give me back the rugged canyon where  _y heart must ever b 1  Where his lodge awaits m. coming, and  the Dircata Hills lift above him  And the Capilano learned its song from  me.". 7 :'���������  But through lbng-f orgetten aeasons,  moons too manyvto be numbered���������-  He yet waited by the canyon-���������she yet  called across the years,  And the soul Ywithin the. river that  through centuries had slumbered  'Woke to sbb: a song of woman 'a love  i     ��������� . . and tears.  For her little/lonely ijpirit, sought the  Capilano canyon,  \7hen she died among the Haidas in the  land of Totem PoleB,  And yoii yet may hear her singing to  her lover-like companion,  wound and was invalided home." The  , DucheBS of Norfolk is a direct descend-  ' and of the famous Countess of Niths-  rtmmtgt      ������_r-t/*    *f#-T������*n3     lint*    1ii*ioT\o*n rl      -���������V/vrrt     *I-Vifi  |     <_LS������X0������        If MUT        -VH T W-       ������*U_.        __.vtWM_v.t_v_       _._ xs--_        __-w  block by changing clothes with him in  I his dungeon in the Tower of London and  i remaining behind while he affected his  escape Tjro France. The earl was an active participant in the abortive uprising  of the Old Pretender against the Hanoverian dynasty in 1715 and was sentenced  to death. The countess was afterward  pardoned for her act of daring devotion.  Tradition declares that Arundel castle  was erected by the giant Bevis and it receives flrst mention ini the will of King  Alfred. It has BUBtained many sieges,  espeoiilly in the civil war of the 17th  century and has sheltered and welcomed  many Kings and" Queens of England.  Guarding Queen's Jewels.  Great precautions are taken in  guarding the jewels belonging to the  lady members of the Boyal family.  When Queen Mary is staying at Buckingham Palace her ornaments are kept  in specially-built strong rooms, and only  _ by American Press Association.  bot sAJiurma the kaiseb?-  everyday occurrence, and it is there*,  for, not surprising that tbo German little folks, especially tht boy^? s-ouia  become inbtied with the military spirit.  When the kaiser turns out at a review  of.troops'*he're is always a hirgecrowa  to cbcer him and his gaudily attlri*!  soldiers. At tbe recent Potsda o review tha camera man snapped a cquplo  of boyfi perched on n window ledge;l������st  as they were saluting tbe?kalser th tni-a  military fashion." Oho ia in the unl-  fom of a naval officer and tho other  in the gorgeous uniform of the royal  hussars.  A Trick With Figures.  Desire a person to think of a number.  Tell him to triple It and tako the exact  half of tbat. s  Triple that half if the  number la  two"of the officials bf the household can    even, If odd multiply tho larger halt  gain accress to these.   When travelling,    u~ three.    Then nak him bow many  li.   Jr OU    UOkCL  iv  iu������-ii.i ci  ua xb jujjs.  But 'tis only whon the pearl and purplo  smoke is idly swinging  From tho fires on Lulu Island to  the  hazy Mountain crest,  That the undertone of sobbing echoes  I through the river's singing  ; In the Capilano canyon of the West.  !���������. Looking Ahead.  i "I suppose you take a deep personal interest in the education of your  daughter?" ?   ,  ''Oh, yea. I nro doinj? my best to  have her fitted to be the wife of ������  man with a title. You see, my husband has patented nn invention thut  ia almost sure to make us immensely  wealthy." -  Houoo Owners.  At tho London County Council rc-font-  _.y     .   f .    ly Jt. v/tui trt-atfd thnt. 3H,000 prrcon*- own  ���������he pvlnolplo of tho British Association. ! moro than live ncroa of land, publlo  yor sixteen years ho wan protiidcnt of ' authorities and railway companies own  Ine Children's Aid Sooioty, of which I twonty-two Hqunro miles, and tho Duke  ���������tVore are soventy branches in Ontario,   of Westminster owns throo-quartorB nf  A Huge Seal.  What ia reported to bo the largont  Beal ever caught on the Cape Brofo_  coast has just boen taken at Mabou  Mines by a father nnd son. It weighed  800 lb3. Tho okiji mcunurcd 7 foot. 30  inches in length by 4 feot 4 inches '������*  width.  ell working undor tho statute prepared  end carried through tho House by the  Bon. John M, GibHon, Few roaliico the  enormouti good (hut thia society accom-  fllshos.    Since  its  oigiuii-atUm  fully  ,000 nogloctod children havo boon pro-  - . 1 ������ .. ,^       ������ ,1 ������ V       NJ, i-.-rvi *m TT **������������������      \i t\ *      4 #v 1* e***       ������.  9A\������WM ���������t-f**        WW-'Ur^t *.������\- **���������-���������** ft,������*-V_/j        M  great Interest in the St. Androvv's So*  elety, of which he i������ now honorary  -presidont. Ho lu a truo loo of thu Aged  Women's Homo," is president of tho Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to  l-l...-!-. IT.     I.     0mm     r-P    IV.     X.^mf......  Tirenldnntn of the llinnlllnn Centonnlal  Ueiohrntiori���������IMH-jUI'I���������which hnu junt  been hcJrt b ytho AmbHloun City, which  hi*   i-*������''   *"-n f '-i -wi   f "ov   from   Jii,00U   to  *t    J..U,. .1..'.. ,"k. .1'   ,I.A<0.  i square mile.  Table Mountain TtaSJway.  Tho HwImh eu(*Iueor wiio has loceut-  ly submitted plans for the construction  of a railway up Capo Town's famous  uiMuui,uju, vwtj���������*u*,vm ...v.* I'.o *un*cu...-  ritilwuy which ho rooommends will take  two wnd a half years to construct.  Minister at 00.  Probably tho oldoit^minlator of t_*  New Brltip.h Oltizonn.  Only 1,H.'M aliena boennio nalnrallzo.d  Britaiim during i������)J2, according to tlio  recent report iuBuod by tho British homo  oilicf. 1������iim-JU Mippi'lh-d no fcMc-i- lli.-m  40������, Gbriuanv 3100 and Frunco 2.1. Of  New Britain s, 1,C2'J havo taken up thoir  residences In England and Wales, C2:i of  thom living in London.  Veteranc All.  The " A " Company Connnviglit'a Own  Rifles, of Vancouver, claims the proud  distinction of being the only company  in tho.. British Empire coMpojed until v-  ly of men wearing medals bcaloWcd' i'or  ac.".'.'.-!* r������*rvi(*p.  Ostrich Farming.  Tho onjrich industry has .talien flim  root in tho Umvotl County of Natal,  ono firm alone having 1,500 birds. Somo  vnrv linndMOiiit* fi*nllieiH. Iho priuliict of  tho' disti-lct, were oxltibitod nt tho recent Agricultural Shoxvs iu Murit/burg  und Diirbnn.  ll������,H|,IJl     Hi     lit**    XII L.L....    x.m.K,m  n,.f.m  "Pilmnrrlii   nl 'fVirrtimv,  ...     v*. if    ... ��������� ,  who In utill  halo und hoiuly, although in hin uinoty-  nlnfh  vear.    Ho was actively engii(*fid  , tn th������*"itn������lonile until ������ few years uiro.  ' ind fttlU atlonds servlcot.  Aladdiu'u  Lf-np.  it*.   I-.-   ,     i,.  ..      ,,    ...-���������*  ..,.*������..������.  order, Vi Ire  ������ fiOO.Ollll. "   \n   the   liificilp"-  tiou  on  a ciircL uUuolu.d   lo  a  nirlr.".*?.  looking   lamp   expn������fl<i   for   -iiilo   iu   lhe  ���������hop wiiidoiv    of    a    Kingntoa  (F.ng.)  fctill tho Veterans Apply, ;  Thoro is no lot-up U the applications  for Fenian Raid veteran bounty grants  it Ottawa. Up-todato 30,800 have boen  paid thu grant of (100 and Uftcen thou-  land nro under consideration.  Well   Used  to  It.  Doctor What .vou need ia n  of -scene. Patient���������Oct away!  Bceno  flhiftor!  the Queen's jowolery is always in  charere of a" lady-in-waitingr. Tho Hon.  Charlotte Kuollj'S is rcspoflsiblo for the  care of tho jowels of Queen Alexandra,  and the safes in which thoy are kept,  both at Malborough House and at Saud-  rihgham, aro so constructed that any at- ;  tempt at burglary would set electric  bells ringing all over the house.  Sing's Famous Vine.  The famous vino near Cumberland  Lodge, Windsor Groat Parle, tho exact  age of which ia not known, though its  history has .been traced back 1*10 years,  now bears between 800 and 3,000  bunches of grapes. 7nfany of tho  bunches wolgh over 4 poundB. Tho vino,  whieh is of the Blaclc Hamburg variety, ie still growing, and the vinery  will soon have to bo enlarged, although  it has already a roof area of 2,400  feet. The King is said to prefer these  grapes to any others.  Natal Bug'Ar Industry.  '     In connection with tho recent Agricultural   Show* nt  Durbar,    tho   Nntnl  planters organized an exhibit illustrative of tho sugar industry? which in  I point of interest was ono of tho chief  1 foaturei~bf  the  show.    A������  indicating  I the importonco of this industry, it may  bo stated that the number of employes  engaged in tho production of sugar in  i 21,OOO persons, and that tho vnluo of  I tho yield was l'l,460,000.*  - I  Haro's Attack on a Oat. '(  A  remarkable   light  between ,a   eat.'  and a hare is described by a Folking-  ham  (Lincolnshire)   resident.    Hearing  tho cry of on animal, ho writes, ho saw  a   cat   attacking  a   young' haro.    The  mother htir������  en mo  to  tho  vf-nin of It*  1 young, and, jumping on tho cat, florae-  r ly  fought   it   for  somo   miuutee.    Tho  change ! ^Jjbt  ended  by  tho  ������nt  tithing  flight  1 fll   A      ttiiu   U������/iu_   ������ iruaou   uj    iiiu   Jitttv.  times thnt answer contains nlry. for  ihe uiibwcv   will C-uutuii't  tu6 tiOViijiv ���������'*������������������  that number of ulncs nnd ono more if  it bo odd.  Thus. If tho number thought -of is  Ovo Its triple will bo fifteen, which cannot be devlded by two without a -remainder. Tho greater hair of orteon  is eight. If wo multiply, this by tlm*a  wo havo twenty-l'onr, wliicU containsi  nlno twice. So wo Bhiiil bavo II plus  2 plus 1 equals 6, tbe nuuib.r .irst  thought of.   Game of Mosaic  A  willing  game   for   any   number;  Each writes a word on n slip of paper,  nnd nftcr tho slips nro mixed ono of  tho  players   draws  and  rends  thom  aloud in the ordor ln which lio.dniwa  thom, arid each player must wrlto them  down In tbo samo order.   Thon cneli  ouo must wrlto a llttlo story or paragraph, using tho words In tho snm**-  order.   Tbo gamo may Uo mndo moro  difficult 'v requiring tbo story .toibo  of a spec. <id length or written within  * certain tlmo, or It may bo mado oaslce  hy allowing lho players  to ubo th������  words ln any order they pleane.  A Water Experiment.  Procure two pieces of glaao about sit  inches square, Join any two of tbelr  aides and sepiynto tbo opposlto sldoi  with a piece of wax so thut their uui"**  faces may bo nt a slight angle. Im**  inerso this apparatus about an Inch In  a busln of water, and.tho wator will  rlso botwoon tho platoa and form a  beautiful geomcLrlcal figure- called a  livr-orholft.  Moro to Come.  "Tlie U.oU arc not all 'load. rhil  isn't V.w worst of it.    Tlu-y aren't nil  Uorn  *y*.tr. '  Women sid Plower**!.  A bonutiful womnn without  hrtal-Ai it  Hire fa  floxt-cr  wlthnift   ���������p'Tfumo.  I  J A Proverb.  I "TYnat* miV'i wsste," the esree say.  I     ... .......1,    ...IM      ...*    4..,.     .....    .,.m  .    k.  m  m.   *f* m , m. m    .'..*,   .mm    ..mm    .mm.,    . m* .    I if our work Is ������Son������ with bstte  ,,-,  .   .��������� .        .      _  , , .   ,, i Ban-it-thln. "*������lll ���������ur*'ly ao to waste.    :  High f.ices for Ostrich I'arm*. , mri-fi-i tnov*>inf.T-t������i nr* wimt t������n.     *  A  Mriklng  illimlratlon   of  tho  prof Is I A Hurried task Is ne'er _ons well.  lu ostrich fanning la found in tho report  in ft local iiflwitporx������r that a man In the I  '.-...w.oyin louiner UiM.nct in Woutn jMri- i  T.et'e reefl the prnvevb snother w������yt  .t..i,.   i ..,.1     i\rv.,-t   i������~n������>������i-'   t������  ������.t������-������ mm  my.  r.nsiT  ti> xvi  v. i,  "���������j^iriod of ten year-* for i������i7,f������ft(i per yenr. i pnn't rsete thb'precious'momenta brl-thv  In   tho   raino   dlilrtct   U&   arren   of   land f UfM<t etl'ifr  e-ld  i'or ���������fi.-.O.i'i.V).  *e.v, the woi-fle ������re true.  I They're worth s, trt*I. I  (hint*,   .Don't yauf  -ioui.ie eoincenlom, J ..;��������� ,;^E';ff?^T-'.V\'.*.L'^,**l:^Si-'v^  **58a*'gf>WHl>i.'r.^*.^J*w.^ i.j������....i������.q������^..3.^pi������..i.i,,i,,i,iH,������if-.,i^������yi.^jW^  ???"'?Y??:?7i?W;,?Y? ������������������ 'ti:ti--tititi''tiytiti.ti,ti.-tiy-y.;:;;titiytiti '���������������������������ti.y.wy  ������������������Mi~;  THS   CgBSE03ili&^  1 Tim &%lw&^&M& ffiiiP>&������H������&  I Comprising t25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Pea&hes  Oherrles  OUASti^fSTl-ED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, 210 danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established ������GOO by the HON. MAR TIM BURRELL  _ minister of Asriou!*u?e  ��������� ALL STOCK m-LiVERED TO YOUR RAWCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  1 For Catalogue and Price list, write to��������� ~  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  titiW'tir^ti  i_  THE OI.pjiiREiailllil  BiRGksmsTh Shoo  -..���������'������������������������������������; .'������������������������������������ :-.'ti-'::titiyyy;:M;fy;...  Live and let live prices:   4  f .   HORSE3HOmN*������fY:;l;:'  New shoes, per team. . $S;^p  Setting  .....?;..yy.?;.*.v.'U.v,;Y;2|������^Or  a _--* . .*���������������_? yti  A.  i"}. w  ���������-"-ft-  When Duying  I  fASONABLE  Undarwear  Peerless and Hygeian Vests ol Soft "White Wool  50c to $i.7S each  I  UNDERWEAR  On  it   l \/___ii 1  *_<-i      V ���������AIl_i  AH Wool.     We can supply you at $1,25   to   $3.75   per  garment  s Si sLiW ������ li  lyt 1  IIIL  BRSSSflt  j������������������������ C** T-<       S~> T^_ y~V iT*  c**  Ypu Will make no Mistake if you get tbe  MAI  LION    BRAND  They are made by an independent rubber company  Quality the Best  The price is as low as any on the market.  W������ have sold this line for the last  six   years  and  they have given satisfaction to the wearer.  We Carry a Full Line  of the above Rubbersj including Lumberman's Laced,  One buckle, 3 hole, Laced in Men's, Boys1 anl Youths  Also Pullovers for the different heels and Toes in  Men's and Women's Fine Shoe?.  earn  The  ercant  Limited  SS A LED T- NDEBS addressed to the  uiiut-rfit'uru, aud eiido���������sen "* wilder fojf  Wharf at Ainsworth, B.C./' will bo received at this office until 4.00 P. M?. on  M.uiday. November 17 1913. for the ������on.  struosi -a of a Whai't at A������nawO-ib������  K.'oteuay District, B.C  i Plaus, specification aud form of oon-  j tract cau be seen and forms of tender  j ������'bi--ined at thia Department and at the  offices of J. P. Porde, Esq/, District  Eu.ineer, at Revelstoke, B Q.; O C.  Wurgfohl, Esq.. J iatriet Eagisesr... st  N������w WestmiuBter, B.C., and on application .to the Postmaster at Aiss-  wortfa, B.O. .'���������?''  Persons tendering nre notified that  tenders will not oo considered -aniere  made ou the priuted forms supplied,  aud signed with their actaa! signatures  stating their occupations and: places of  residence. In the case of fire-un, the  aotual signature, tno nature of the occupation, and the place of residence of  each member of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an ac<*epted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to*the order of the.Honorable  the Minister of Publio Worts, equal'to  tea psr oent (10 p. c.) ofthe amount of  she amount of the tender, _*_io���������. v?iU  be forfeited if the persos tendering decline to enter into a contract when called  cpon to do bo, or fail to complete? the  work contracted for. If the loader be  not accepted the ceeqne will be returned.  The Department does n_t bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender. .  By order,  ?  R. O. DESROCBERS,������������������"������������������.-.  Secretary.  Department of Public Work^, ���������   '^  Ottawa, Ootobe. 15, 1_13. ^  N-WopapcSs Vvill _0i oil paid xOt? iriiio  * '-.-���������- -���������       .i V  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from tho Department.���������49186  SFmrnLmma  General  Mcnr������u a vinr  luuawa __^i^ a  SSS  i  t TOMATOES  SWEETP1CKSJ  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������ ���������*������������������������������������  It,  I  ��������� RDI 1IT TDPEC  m m.   m~v������_/ a a _ _-x������_^ t^t^s  _t  %  AND ORNAMENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  The following receipe togerher with  a sample of the finished product was  handed to the editor by a subscriber.  After sampling the pickies iho editor  says he can recommend them to the  world.  1 pk. medium sized tomatoes, 6 lbs.  brown sugar, 1 oz. Cinnamon, 1 oz. of  mace. Mix spice and put into bags.  2 oe. whole cloves stuck into tomatoes.  Put sugar and spice into vinegar  enough to cover and bring to boil, put  ia tomatoes and   cook until a  straw  "���������**  will pierce. Take out tomatoes arid  bpilsyup until as thick as molasses,  then put tomatoes back again and boil  a few minutes longer. Put into jars.  Will keep indefinitely and can scarcely bs distinguished from pears.  , Ripe ones put up after the same re.  ceipt are delicious.  Billiards and Pool  SAM HATFI  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hoar  Razors Ground and-Set  , rrop.  GIDIS DAIRYING  1NDUSTR  I  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry all the  leading varieties  most  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots-  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box __9, Creston, B.C,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  #  Printing as you like it at tbe Creston  Review.  ww 6KEE     i    upvi  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  CA-K>minlng,r_inting, Papoi-Uaiigiiig   Carriage aud Sin    painting  Lot mo givo you sAvlco and c-tlmateti on your work.     AU  work guar.  antoed to give mutiafaction.  H*__ft*ft"*#  ___.<-_���������_**������������������. ���������j-.-J  ��������� ICIil VI  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  tho undersigned and endorsed "Tender for construction of Wharfs at Victoria Harbor, B. C," will be received'  at this office until 4 P. M., on Tuesday,-  December, 9,1918, for the construction  bf Wharfs at Victoria Harbor, B. C.  contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at this Department and  at the District Engineers' oi-co at  New Westminster, B. C, Victoria, B.  O , Confederation Life Building. Toronto. Ont., Post office Building,  Montreal, P. Q., and on application to  tbe Postmaster at Vancouver, B. O.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  ihado on the printed forms .supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In tho caso of firms, tho  actual signature, tho nature of the  occupation, and placo of residence of  each member of the firm must bo given .  Each tondor must bo accompanied  by an accepted check ona chartered  bank, payablo to tho order ot tho  Honourable the M-ilnter of Public  Works, equal to flvo por cent (5 p. c.)  of the amount of tbo tendor, which  will bo forfeltod if tho porson tender-  ing declines to en tor into a contract  whon oallod upon to do ho, or fall to  complete qho work contracted for. If  tho tondor bo not 'accepted tho check  will bo roturnod,  Tlio Department doov uot bind itself  to accept the lowest or uny tender.  By order,  R. O. DBSRO0HERS,  Secretary.  Dopartmont of Publlo Works,  Ottawa, October 87, 101JJ.  NowHpapors will not Imi paid for this  advortisomontlf thoy insort it without  authority from  tlio  oupurtniunt.���������45  107.  The Ladies Guild of Christ Church  are.making extensive preparations for  their annual bazaar which will take  place on Thntutlay, December ,4. The  ladies are particularly interested at  present in trying to arrange -fora display of entirely new and specially attractive goods and the public will find  opportunity to purchase innumerable  articles serviceable either for use or  presentation.  George Powell, the Cranbrook Sewing Machine Artist, came in to Creston on the train today. George says  that the train is alright���������-when your  benzine buggy balks.  "The ice cream trade in Canada and  the hoiiie consumption of milk is valued  at over ������30.000,000 a year, making' it  rank next iu importance to butte-making  aiid greatly surpassing in value the output of cheese. The Dairying output in  Canada represents over$109,000.000 eaoh  year" writes Mr. J. A. Roddick, Canada's the Journal of Coiamerce.Monfcreal.  Thera are how 3,760 cheese factories  and creameries iu the Dominion and 32  condensed milk aud milk powder factories. The value of the Dairy output  'increased?from- 5GG^O������0,000 iu 1800 to  over $109,000,000 in   1910."  - -4.Til mf.   if.    *n~*s%������.-  ���������X.XH3XG   XO    OtC4*  farmers of Canada to continue in the  business of milk production and to increase tha6   production very largely."  SGHUBEBT SYMPHONY  CLUB GRERT SUCCESS  A very fair bouse greeted the Symphony Orchestra on Saturday evening  probably told against the house but  those who did attend oertrinly listened  to a very higb class concert.  From the oyening number until tne  last notes of our grand national anthem ceased the audience were entertained and it was with a sigh that we  heard the announcement that tbe next  number would be the last,  It would be   irnitless to specialize as  -fi^-ikUlU ,-���������������JI ���������__-3  it seepied that the program of thirteen  ni.-Y1-VOY>fi      *O*0jt1_      _-_���������      *���������_���������*��������� _���������������_-*__     itoAait?n*l   _��������������� ���������*  encore, was all too short.  ;   It is to be hoped that the Club will  visit our town again next year.  FOR SALE  My Fruit Kanch containing 8 acres,  3 acres under cr/ltivation, 125 fruit  trees 80, comes in bearing next season,  fine location for stock and hog raising,  it is in Block 124 ifootenay Flats.  For particulars, apply P. .Stewart.  Bring in Your Renewal bf  Subscription to the  ���������  maaaam  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL������AVK MOMKV ������Ya_TTIMQ MY ���������-TIMATBft  'Kiwm Im   iht* ���������!**������*������   to nwnnliii  loy.  1906 m%  sevenii) anniversary  iiikthedist <������_Hifcb  Sunday and iffioncJay  IBoveewber dtb and !0tbt 1913  "There i   Rest in Jesus'Arms"       -     Bartl._tt  Messrs*. Stanley, Goodwin, Moore and Truscott  tT__TT       1-  icott |  5   Instrumental  Selectbd  Miss Jean Palmor  I  ttcv* Wm ������l-on S)UHi)am, or Cranbrook, W\\\  pr*.8cb on Sunday at 10:30 a.m,  and 7:30 p.m.  Sptclal ffluelc by tbe Cbolre  "Savior Breath an Evening.Blessing" Sudds  Double Trio, Ladies of tbe Choir  "Tho Homeland" - '       - -     Johnson  Mr. R. B. Staples  "Gently Load Ua" -' -        ���������      Jmhomb  Miaa Estollo Smith and Mr. A. B. S. Stuttloy  PART   II  Sacred Concert  Vn tbe -HMbodtet (tburcb, /Aondav evening  Hov. lOtb, nt 8:15 p.m.  i  2  Address  Bicv. W. E. Dunham  "Ono Swootly Solemn TiuMight"      -    , Amdrobis  Mrs. Carpeiitor, Miss Smith, Moshvh Goodwin  and Staples  il   liiHtruinontal  Mr,  T. Goodwin   fldmlMidU 25C  "Tho Glorious City"  Miss Estollo Smith  SKMBOTKn  AIjVBY  Sblihotud  IProoiant  1   "I Was Glad"  PART   I  By the Choir  2   Recitation  Ruui latum ��������� ...  Miss Susio Boalos  "Dream of Paradlao"  Mr, A. B. S. Stanloy  7   "Tho Soa of Glass"  Mrs. Fred, L, Carpenter and Mr. XI. D. Staples  DUN-AN     fl   "Father of MornioH" - - -   SCHMIDT  By  the Choir  God Havk This Kino  Adams  JlO-VJ-RY  Mi  nn .iiiMin a tuiili'M  II  ������   "Tho Better Land"  iti I'M.     i'l'l'l'.  Sici.ici.Ticn  11 KM A NH  Ij.    t_rUip'"tlUJr  Ac'fOMiwNiirr.'!  MrH. C.  Attridge  M!nh Jeitn Palmer  ami jiii'. x.  uojiiwiii  i  I  ���������  i


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