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Array IV:  1     ,.. T xi.x^tV a  Vv' "aCPJT������i*l ^ ���������***���������* r������v_73__  V*.-.  *- 0**������ ������"* 3j -������ 9'-*������iv>v?rC___-I  1   -*r_>^__������r  ^  ^  r  ��������� I**.}���������ijibriLi  All iJoeds In East antf West Kootenay Lead ts Grestos  W-r  '���������������_  f  ALt -HE NEWS  ^ t_0'._-������������STOW  DISTRICT  iri"i_������  *������!  M  _���������________.  ill3  1 _ay  i %    i   '  ���������     m    ���������     ^ _.  1  _^\KT  ~ i XI  ������  ��������� ������_T IU  1  ADDRESS FOB  _L fi_****     ^^        *��������� ������SWW_k*u_  M ^*_������������������ ���������������*"**���������      JK_> *   -   -���������   No. 418* ������th Year*  CRESTON, B. C,   FRIDAY-   DEC. 5    1915  -I       III!     ij 1  ."    '      "ii  '"���������**��������� '        ���������   ������������������ ��������� 1 ni.    ���������   n.|fr...'r-i        '��������� '        ' '  ��������� '������������������ ���������      ������������������������������������������������������' ��������� , ...,��������� 1        ������.- 1.    11 '  ^^^ - ^r \ 1 ���������        r r-       - ���������.    TT^        ' ^ ���������   Fall Fair Committee Submits Most Satisfactory Report  Single Copies 5c.  M&fice in ������mnk  Greston Valley Second Fall Fair  Has Satisfactory Balance on  the Risrfat Side  To the Donors, exhibitors and others Interested in the  allAVA Wot-*  *���������%* w ���������mm   a, *%_._-. *  &  Ladies and Gentle men:  I am glad to be able to announce  that the confidence  you placed in your committee of our late Fall Fair has been  ^e-ified and I think as accounts will show we are in a very  satisfactory condition.  - It must not be forgotten that this show was rushed  through in the brief space of two months, in fact when we  started we should have had our prize list ready for intending  rT\im_4tot_: However your committee set to work with a will  and by dint of frequent meetings���������and I may add a committee meeting always brought a wet night���������managed to get  the schedule compiled and then * set to work tp get prizes  with which to foot the bill.  \ * I am ,pl$&sed  to. say the appeal  for funds and special  t 1  prises was responded to bravely and a refusal to help was the  ^Cept-oa. NotLoniy was the local purse freely loosened b���������.t  help irom outside sources was most libeial.   '  rOf the success of the show itself   there is perhaps no  need to speak.    I may - iti passing say that entries in the  L 0. t. con  . ORIS BIG CROP  Tuesday  evening in the Mercantile,  IToll jLa 1 ������    ���������.  .._  _   .-,.���������  **������u uuo luvm   vjiuiigeuiou   gave oi wuu  NML DOES DAMAGE  10 ILLS' RESIDENCE  Taesday   afternoon   at   about    2.45  while the men were at work on tbe  certwhicj- drew a full bouse and al,* MvB ghed of  th_ Methoaist   Chtirch  thouarh the  nrocram was lone:, some' u .������-...������ ,. . .  ~ - - j *������-ojr   uvfuCcu Suuu_o pouring irom tne  nineteen   numbers, a  great many ot I r0BideDCe   of A   E   WeUa   th<J Wack.  frr*_������������   n������-���������_������Vf*���������������>*-���������   ~*l'w**'x**T'~'+s*%4*r*vr>c*     _*������*���������*r?     \r*,m***ir^A  B -'smith.    They quickly  gavt. the alann  audience seemed well pleased from the? .���������������* in ���������������������������������������������. ^.-    x     x*.  , * i fi&o in a very few minutes there were  first number  clear  to the  end of th������f ��������� *���������^��������� ��������������� x .v.    - _       ^  ���������".a force of men at the 30b and water  "" "-I"*' ��������� ���������__l'* _P ^ ������ *T J M^^rn _ l *"    *  ***** ^   *   ^  ,S������ve_al, sestioiig totaled jUpi a ������ew suorto_ oooanu --"^m"2*"] was a great  fity on *-t|ift\ whole excellent.   So uniform was   the merit in I  4   3&|y classed that tta^odges U& no little difficulty:in piac- flfjJOiMOBSLE SCARES  program.  There were, of coarse some features  and the audience quick to appreciate  the efforts of those whose ability and,  selection were fortunate enough to  captivate their hearers. We mention;  Mrs. Downs whose beautiful voice ancl  cle**!* ^Dunciat-ion were s. treat to fcre_  hearers; Mrs. Fowler and Mr. Collkjj^ ^ Qtd^ ^ locate ^ flfe  m their instrumental duet which drew  an emphatic encore; Messrs-. Truscott  and Levesque, ������ho in their humorous  readings and songs served to restore  the balance to the program and relieved the menotony of a long line of  vocal renderings; Miss Hurry, who  managed to get a. coating of black all'  nver the baby; and Mr. -Muxdock, the  .rear guard, whose Scotch songs seemed to CHw:h rhe audience and hold them  breathless until lie released the spell, ���������  when they broke into demonstrations  j of applause. *���������*  From every standpoint   the  affair-  success.  was being pourad on ihe flames.   .  Diok. Bevan hearing the ory grabbed  a hand grenade and when the chemical  was let' loose at the fire it was soon  under control. The damage was considerable although the -water was responsible for - most of it. It was  necessary   to   cat   away  some of the  and  get the hose inside the attic.  The fire originated in the stov$ pipe  whioh ran -straight up through tbe  roof, there being no chimney.  ^-S_4s* "������_owe5������r* :"6ne cause" f_t satisfaction was  ith _ spirit in which the judging was received���������not a murmur  ^throughout the-show"���������this i_ saying a not.  A6E0 PRiSONE  'A'-.  Limited, space, caused the entries to be only local this  year.   Another year it is to be hoped accomodation will be  found for. an open rshow.  . .Th^poultry section served its Tra1!?08^.. Its comparative weakness should urge  fanciers to wake up and -try to  keep pace with the fruit of the-Valley.    If  they do, what a  show of poultry there should be! _:...... .  ..,.   .  ';':i'--.'';'in'^ subscribers   published our  thanks are due to those firms who helped with special prizes.  Amongst these are.  ���������"./^'^li^^.'-"^^^^ -B^^s;-;'...Mx'-.. 3?- Jackson; The Riverside  R     Nurseries;   "Better Fruit"   Magazine;   "Prospector" Cran-  >    brook: ''Hcirald"  Cranbrook; The Ellison Milling Co.; The  Fraser Valley Nursery Co,: -The Tay lor M.illing Co;; The  ^���������^%a^v^e Opener; The Cranbrook Sash and door factory;  ���������Me^ii^enry? Birks and Co.; The Craribrbok Co-operative  Stores;^feotehay; Wireworks Co.; Tht   Creston Mercantile  Co.; Brackman & Kerr Milling' Co.; The Canadian Bank of  '''tiom^e&e;''The   Sun, Vancouver;   The   Creston   Review;  Messrs. T. Eaton; Messrs. R. Simpson; The Canadian Ex~  :!plosives rLtd.  /We also recognize our indebtedness to the Creston  3 Me-canlile Co..- for their: loan of lumber and the free use of  $? the Hi^ll. ��������� Mr. p. Timmotis also earns pur gratitude not  ^ only for firee use of the Auditorium for the show bat for  ':,:: cottimittce meetings as wfcll, and last but by no means least  'V-'.' Our thanl-a goes* out to the Editor of the Creston Review for  ���������ii .he unstinted help ho has' .put forth by way of advertising  ���������tou^ v,eitfcifi^b!.V1'''  Kingston, Ont. Dec 1.���������Peter Derosch  aged 75 years, passed through the gates  of the Portsmouth penitentiary today  a free nmn, after -serving 30 years  within .the w_Ub of the prison.  Derosch was sent -here from Vancouver for murder, for whioh he was  sentenced to be hanged. The department of juBtioe, however, commuted  the Bentenoe to life imprisonment.  He is said to be the oldest prisoner  A surprise party was held at 'the  home of Mr. Hamilton on Monday  evening last. Mrs. Montgomery who  was spending a few weeks with her  Bister- at Oanyon City was present and  rendered a   few   Scotch Selections.  Monday being St. Andrew's Day, tbe  ���������aongs were very appropriate. Mr.  Hamilton played the violin while the  'jraests danced. The party broke up by  Ringing "���������Auld Lang Syne." Everyone  enjoyed themselves first rate.V.  Ireland mm  ORES! SEEDS  VIOTOBIA, Dec. 1.���������The land and  forest department of Ireland desires  seed of spruce and fir as grown in  B i-Bti Columbia tor planting in tht  Emerald Isde. Chiff Forester McMillan  has just received an enquiiy from the  t.o<*rd as to the possibility of purchasing several dollars' worth of these seeds  here for reforestation purposes in  Ireland.  The land and climate there is bsv  lieyad to approach that of the coast  of British Columbia, and the Irish  ooard states that* it is anxious io nax  trees which will grow as rapidly as  do spruce aud Douglas fir iu this  province. Tbe chief forester haB referred the inquiry- to the Indian  department, as the Indians in many  places make a practice "of gathering  such seeds. The Hudson's Bay Company and other concerns likely to have  spruce and fir seeds will also be asked  to assist the Irish board.���������Daily News.  nmOnisi us- nmsAfc  SPECIAL KE  "i-^Mes^iBvwle? Jett jgqfc-g_ftk tne a   wigit"  to. Spokane,  WaBfc,-,  r^ 1  -rrr     *     z-,���������s  -.a-n    ��������������� mcr. , -.       E   ���������������  ������������ . xx. uiiuiouuii, ui   ������ auvuuVui',   VVJJO  -represents Mason, & Rieoh, the big piano  firm, was in towu Thursday and took in  the dance in Mercantile Hall.  iu Canada.   Derosch was brought from  ^9j*^"''  George Powell is in town again for  a -few days.J  Born���������To Mr. aud Mrs. B. S. Boadr^  way on Thursday, Deo. 4fch. a boy  and a? girl.  0.   H.   McHardy,   the  Nelson  real  ^  All members *������r������ Twinged to is  present on Monday the 8th. ��������� inst. when  Nomination and Election of OflS,cers  for" the ensuing term will take pla6_.  __ifiti_gas.you like it at the CreBton  Mrs. R. Montgomery,   who has been  visi'ing with her sister, Mrs. Wm.Maw  son, of Canyon Oity, left Thursday  for  her home in Morris, Sask. ^  CRESTON'S BIG RED :  APPLES IN EillD  i-':  Premie_5b^{_ihe haa received word  from Agent-General Turner m London  that the British Columbia fruit exhibit  now being shown at fairs iu England  has been awarded gold medals at Chester, Bristol and Hawick. A despatch  of a few days ago announced similar  suoeesseB at other points in Bnglbth  fair districts. It is expected that apples from this province will make a  cleau sweep at old country e_hibitione  within the next mouth.���������Grand Forka  6S.r.w0*,*kf,  Al >���������������_-_-<  CHRKJIMflS 1913  7RIBLWII  E  The Publio   are asked  to -ipsil. all  matter   for   delivery at   Xmas early.  Old Country mail should be posted  not later than the ������th. December, for'  points East of Winnipeg by the .!&&_.  and points West of Winnipeg not later  than the "^Qth. also plcasa ,*'hoi_"L daas  from December 6th. to January. 1st.  inclusive. Three persons whose name*  begin with letter, from A to S won  receive their mail at No. 1 wicket,  and from L to Z from No 2 wicket  Money Orders ��������� can be obtained from  8 A.M. till 11A.M. and from 18 A.M.  till 6 P.M.  -       ^   r*m-"m    -     ' "       *-3������      '        - - ^   J-    ,  *-^-?i - ,_..   postmaster.  ..-vA,(i .,  Creston, Nov. 88, 1913. "'  1*^..  the coast  to  the  penitentiary   before  Canada  had a   transcontinental  rail-  ������,.-_ VDU0.M      V..,      ^mmmmm'rx     maI.iAAivJ      t**A*m*m      l****  VVCWjr* VV A_*U������A    __.**">     WHHI    a\i*\Jl+&\0*+     VWUt*^      ������-w  looked for the _lt_t time on a  strert  oar and an automobile.  Aa he was leaving the big gate rr  the prison an automobile passed. Dn-  rosoh Bprang baok and broke awnr  from his escort, tryiug to got bohiud  the wollfl of the prison. A street car  then passed and the aged prisoner  showed the ebme torror He wiis taken  to tbe Grand Trunk railway station  ou tho street oar, but for a timo ho  refused to go near the car. Ho will  Btay in Toronto.-Daily Now������.  man;  was a passenger on  the  Westbound Tuesday. *  O. O. Rodgers boarded the Westbound  train today for a short business visit to  Nelson.  m    .. I   '  . Mr. MoBean has his Window arranged  very tastefully, showing Santa Clans  just entering a chimney bringing good  cheer to some one. He has a eplendid  tock of holiday. goodn.  1*  n*i\_ Tr....... _.. .m     ���������x0* "_  mt\    ludian Agent Galbraith, with hiswife  The PrflBbytorian Literary and Debating Society held a lively dobato on  Wednesday night on tho subject "lto-  ������olved that bachelors should be taxed."  Tho uehaters wero Mrs. Boyd and Mr  Blako for tho afflrmativo and Hugh  Taylor and MissLamont for the noga-  tlvo. The popular voto of a large  audionco wont^Bllghtly In favor*of tho  affirmative, Soveral woll known-baoho-  It 18   only   natural that  a few mistakes   Should OCCUr jlors wero present but had na dcronse  to mako. Tho hoyH Lionel Forrester  and Davo Dow did npUmiliilly in their  short debate on the -subjeot. "VteHolv-  od that Geography in mnro important  than Arithmetic," Mr. and Mrs. Hose  sang "Tho march of tho Cameron  Mon" to tho delight of all, particularly  .*      n      I.,,,  irjju *0*f*imi.*i.  _ii conducting a show like the above. I am happy to say  'though th������t they have beeu rare. If there are any errors I  ���������shall be pleased to receive communicatious respecting them  and will give same my best attention.  Obediently yours,  '       ��������� T    TXf*0>*\*    Q010.   ���������*T-������������  k 0     ****��������� **+*<*** *      *���������_* %^S������*       m** m \**0*  (We will publish complete fiu_nciftl report next week.���������Ed.)  Ike Lewis wnn tn town ovor Rnnday  Nelson, Sliovved Saturday last to a very  fair house and many people said it wap  tho bost piotnre show that had come ti  CrestonY After tho buow there, was a  dance. The Company will show agol"  next Friday in Mercantile Hall.  A.8 tho door season draws to a close  our loonl hunters seem to be increasing  their efforts to got a moss of vonieon,  interest  is  koon,   and  so   thp   otbor  evening  while  a party  woro  on tho  road to town, the night happening to  be Bomewhat dark, one of   them had  a btoyolo lantern  to light  them over  tho darkest plaoos.   Suddenly   one   of  tho party, a hunter of great renown  stooped aud  with an oxolamatlon   of  BUvprlBO drow tho party   about   him.  What ho saw oauoed him to remark:  '-Tracks, a dozen or mire,  thero must  havo boon a.whole herd of thom, the  biggest number of traots I ever saw  In my life."   Thoy all looked and ro-  tured oarly, dfttoTmlnnri to hn np betlmoB  and on the trail of tho hard of door.  Q on tlo render, imagine the aleoplons  mf-hi,  lhe koon exoitoment of tho oarly  morning,  tho uprising of tho uuu, tho  kin-fir of   tho   morning   anil thon   tho  ronownod huntor rotiimn to the soono  of tha   evening's   dmcovory,  "Grunt,  gruut."   Alas, it was in truth a hord,  but   n  herd of   Stock it  nnd  .Tncknon'H  were shaking hands with old friend   to-  lay while theEustboun.i train was here.  O.C. 8., SIGNAFIES ORANBROOIt  GO-OPBRATrVE STORES  The Annual Christmas Tree Enter-  - t*^  tainment of the Presbyterian dhuroh  will be held, on Tuesday evening Deo.  23rd. .  Take guns rifles, phonographs etc.  to EMBREE for repairs. He haa the  tools and he knows how, .  Mr Thompson, of Medicine Sat, \H  visiting with Mr. and Mrs.   Hamilton.  Young cattle bought.  Blair, JCrlckeon.   40tf.  Apply to O.  <":*"'''*''-���������-���������-'?��������� ���������*'-���������'-i'',;'r'i'��������� -'r-'i:-'--r^--^-r'i'!;:::-.;.''-Y'ii^-^:.^^.i.-������:,rsr:^<.:.^.riv,-��������� ^-r.j-:-/- '..r.^vY;'-','??"^:^'-.^--  r^Sttj-  mXtiJ  ---ru- ('. a. ft. of Oranbrook U -tolling |    -Bond for onr prtoes on furniture, wo  ... **.*m mmttt* mNttiMum and ���������nriuff for Iv  %.....  mxMm.  ttebbe. *h<m axxA gum Xacta t������ A.  JjlttilJflH*  For up-to-the-minute Xmas  ���������*��������� "l "1 m)Km -*.��������� m.^ w^k *!>���������* mr* f^ *** i** V %  UlVlb Cttii    UU      Attii    VAA^'Wi"  R������vmw.  Wo are Informed that. Frank Putnmn  hna bough! Old Man Hamilton _ bier  team.  B_r  Rent���������Oaady  etoro.   Apply to  OsatUm JlovUw.  pigs, aud tho limiting trip was off.  Boar   for Bfrvlao ��������� Goverumont-bred |  Yorkahlro Whlto Podlgroo  Boar regis  torc-d Oak Lodgo Duke of Agosalr. 30278.  *���������*������<������ f2.00.'    _oung l**g*t for nale.   Mnnn  * Foot. Alio������ Trail,  "LOVE IN A  (XiTTAGJfi* MOTTO OF PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER  Tn striking contrast with the social prominence glvon the marriage of  Alice Roosevelt to Nicholas Lougworth, is tho simplicity and lack of oitonta*  tion; which has marked the progrcsn of tho preparations for tlio marriage or  MintfJu-tti'* Will-ton, h.oon.l daughtur uf tlm Pio*.Ideiit, and Fmuclfl Bowt*������  Hayrc, a young New York Lawyer. The plans for after the wedding are quite  iih hIui-oIo nH thrtft'* whloh have mark ad the i������i"ei>arntlonH for tho wedding.  11T ������....' ii'���������:; -���������n ������������������ ,.,:n 1,..   it,,. ...,.11.. ..r ������i... ������..,u..<������ ,.,-nmln     Tb������������ f-bov**  photograph H^������1^Sr^S)NiLtMf> cottage thoy will occupy at Wllllamfttowu, Mmo.,  aftor tho hencp; ^;(;^Jfc^gayrp mttcndod Wllllama Oollcgt* at WIIHam������tow������  aiiil made many f  tVb.udilutliatto  "*s  :jS"\  '  ...������   t THE HE VIEW, CRESTOX, B. C  tue UHunniif st the  IBUUli fli mi  i-iiiiTr  wtiuE  HAT  By Mary Roberts Rinehart  (Copyright)  :titiftffti$������Xi&!p.-~&&!sM  (Continued)  .Vbat does one know about new  servants? ehe resp nded. They  bring you reference:*, but references  are the price most wome_. pay to get  rid of their servant without a fuss.  'Rose was fat and old, but Delia was  pretty. I thought she rather liked  Carter.  Carter'as well :.���������*. Shields, the policeman. I put Miss D^-lii. down as  a flirt  ..., -And you have no idea wh -re Carter  went?  None.  Wardrop came in than. The two  elderly ladies, it seemed, had tea and  toast in their rooms when they wakened. Wardrop looked haggard and  worn, avoided Miss Fleming's eyes,  and, after ordering eggs instead of  his chop, looked for his watch  T      ���������-o ������������������     +m,     m-f-X     +1. ^     f\   OA  :.     .   *      "." 1 *.-,     mm    o*^ ���������     ������������������������ v..     W.|TV|  said. I may not be out to dinner.  'He'turned to go, but cam3 back to nie  and held out bis be .d.  I may not see you again, be began.  Net if I see you first, I interrupted.  I have made you a Maltland. I  didn't think that anything but a prodigal nature could duplicate Miss Let-  itia's nose." I'm honestly sorry, Mi*.  Knox, and if you do not want Miss  Jane at that bump with a cold knife  and some butter, you'd better duck before sho comes down. _oodby, Margie.  I think the girl was as much baffled  as I was by the change ia his manner when he spoke to he.. His smile  faded and he hardly met ber eye?. I  thought that his aloofness puzzled rather thai liur* her. When Jie house  door had closed behind him, she dropped uer chin in her hand and looked  across the .able.  You did net tell me tbe truth last  night, Mr. Knox, she said. Something  has happencl to Rrrry.  He was robbed of his raveling bag,  I explained on Fred's theory that half  a truth is better thau a poor lie  His  scornfully.  happened to my fatheT, and r*ou auu  Harry are hiding it from rae.  On my honor, it is nothing of the  sort, I hastened to assure her. I saw  him, for only a few minutes, just long  enough for him to wreck m7 appearance.  YT.~     J* .3 x %.      .0    m..1    -���������������>  uo uiu. jjul ojj--������x_  ul xu.i_.cr;  No.  She got up and crossing to the wooden mantel, put her anus upon it and  leaned ber head against them. I  wanted to ask tlm, she said drearily,  but I am afraid to. Suppose he does  not know and I should tell him. He  would go to Mr. Schwartz at once, and  %X*m       Ct**,V  ������trn������ifn     _**     i*j-m������t#������Vt ^������������^i������ci T,l> j>     m~*r>,  ****. ���������    fcj*w(������x ** _*& *-������*    *k>    i>- wu-uuvi. w������_w-������ _��������� A--V    j/t*  pers would get it, too.  Her eyes filled with tears, and I felt  as awkward t-s a man always does  when a woman begins to cry.  I didn't sleep much, sho explained,  dabbing at her eyes. Mr. Knox, are  you euro it was orJy Harry trying to  get into the house last night?  Only Harry, I.repeated.  There was some one moving about  upstairs not long beforo I came down,  she eald slowly.  You heard me. I almost fell down  the stairs.  Did you bruBh past my door and  ���������strike the knob? ehe demanded.  No.     I was not ueai.** auy door.  Vory well, triumphantly. Somo ono  did. Not only that, but they were  Im tho storeroom on tbo floor above. I  could hear ono person, and perhaps  two, going from ono side of the room  lo the other and beck again.  You heard a goblin quadrille. First  couple forward and baclj, I eald face  tiously.  .   I   heard   real   footsteps���������unmistakable ones.  I was more impressed than I cared  to show.  We crept past the two closed doors  behind which the ladies Maltland were  presumably tailing out crimps and  taking in their tea.. Then, up a narrow, obtrusively clean stairway to the  upper floor. It wa& an old fashioned  sloping roofed attic with narrow windows and a bare floor. At one end  a door opeued into a large room, and in  there were the family trunks* of four  generations of Maitlands. One on another they were all piled there���������little  hair trunks, square topped trunks,  huge Saratogas ox the per'od when the  two maiden' ladies were in their late  teens���������and there were handsome, modern trunks too. For Miss Fleming's  satisfaction 1 made an examination of  New Kind of Wheat  Discovered  London.���������A romantic story of the,  discovery of 'a wonderful new wheat  by a postman named Cool- at Buca-  den, near Huntingto;. has *Just come  to light.  Three years ago Mr. Cook was  walking through' a wheat " field at  Gravely and among the myriad wheat  which weri bowing in the wind, he  detected ono which was different from  the rest. He picked it up and took  it home as a curiosity. It was a  large ear of peculiar shape, thickening gradually toward the top with an  extraordinary number of grains.  The wheat was sown ii Cook's Garden and at harvest time he had a  wonderful crop. ..'The..ear was 'carefully flayed and stored and the second  seeding took _lace o: his allotment.  He had bow enough seed to bow nearly threo acres. Mr. Cook stated in  an tntes. lew that he\was persuaded  that better wheat was not known.  The characteristics of the Wheat  j are retails'- wonderful. I cannot find  any type resembling this sort c'  wheat  The shape of the ear U-- different  from any I know. It is stuicdy in  growth *������_d is inclined to be a Ilttlo  later than other cheats. It is longer  and grows thick and heavy at the top.  ���������pmnss  fi    -mi  *���������7"t.������v~  *_ .  ������������ JU-U   IUJL  We gave up finally. Part way down  the attic stairs Margery stopped, her  eyes fixed on th* white scrubbed rail.  Following her gaze, 1 stopped too, and  * fcjt a sort of chjll go over- mo, i>o  spot or bleuii-Q, no dirty finger print  marked tbj whiteness of that stair rail  except in oue piace. On it? clear and  distinct, every line of the palm showing, was the reddish imprint of a hand.  Margery had turned very white.  When the first revulsion, had passed I  reached over and touched tbe stain  but it was quite dry of courses and it  was stiil reddish brown. Hunter said  afterward it muajr. have boei. about six  hours old. and as" things transpired he  was right. The stain showed a hand  somewhat short and broad, with widened finger t*-ps; marked in ink. it  would not Iiave struck me so forcibly,  perhaps, but there, its ugly red against  the white woo_, it seemed to me to be  the imprint oi a brutal, murderous  baud.  We vent on downstairs into the  quiet and peace of the dining room.  I got some hot coffee for Margery, for  she looked shaken, and found I had  missed my train.  I am beginning to tUitik I am being  par-sued  by  a  malicious   spirit,  she  said, trying to sniilrx     1 came awa:**  (from home because people got into the  traveling   bag!   she   repeated 'house at uigU and left queer signs of  lly.   Mr. I_aox. something has  their visits  and now,  here at  Bed-  WUUU    l*l������.-������3   UUUUiig  evci    Miiiiiifciro   iii.������s  moment I arrive things begin to occur. And just as it was at home the  Lous., was so well locked at home.  I did not tell her of the open door,  just as I Lad kept from her the fact  that only the contents cf Harry Ward-  T-���������n*<?      Iva<������     "hn.r1      7%Oj3*.      tol-on ������T*V������ ���������4-     J*  had been the work or one person and  that persoa having in soma way access to the house, had also stolen the  pearls, now was my confident belief.  I Icaed at Bel" c��������� the maid���������as she  moved around the dining room, her  stolid face was not intelligent, certainly uot cunning. Heppls, the cook  and only other servant, was partly  blind, and her horizon was the diameter of her largest kettle. No���������it had  not been a servant, this mysterious  intruder who passed the Maitland  silver on the sideboard without an  attempt to taki it, and who floundered  around au attic at night in search of  nothing moro valuable than patchwork quilts and winter flannels.  It must have heen after 9 o'clock  when Bella came running into the  room. Ordinarily f. slow and clumsy  creature, she almost flew. She brought  up against a chair aud a cup went flying. The breaking of a cup must have  boen a serious offence oa Miss Letitia Maitland's house.  Miss Jane, she gasped, Miss Jane,  she's���������she's gon.. She's been run  oft with.  A woman who'carried lovo of money  to an incrediblo extreme Avas Lady  Margaret Jardiue, sister of tbe first  Marquis o������ Queensbury. Although her  husband was a rich ma:.. Lady Margaret would actually carry foot passengers across tho little river Annan  for a halfpenny, and whonaver there  was a fair or market day she would sit  on tho bauks of the strear all day. long  waiting for customer-. She usually  wore rags to save I er clothes, but. on  tho rare occasions when sho visited  ar /where she packed up a few decent  garments, whieh she slipped on before  entering the house, exchanging them  when leaving.  On one occasion, list before one of  his recitals, Paderewski was stopped  in the entrance hall by an excited  lady.  Ojj, M. Padere.vslvi, sbe exclaimed,  I am so glad to sec you! I want so  much to hear you play, but they tell  me ere isn't a seat loft. Now. do  try to find mo a seat s; nowhere. I  am sure they'll let me i"< i*. you ask  them to.    Please!  Paderewski bowed very gravely.  Madame, he said, I shall be delighted to help you. TlitTc is one seat in  the hall at my disp sal. an'I you can  take that if you cars to.  Oh, that's too sweet of you! the  lady gushed. I'll take it wit! pleasure,      wnere is It?  At the piano!  replied Paderewski.  rough old  age the bodily  functions become siuggis-7-  Na-Dru-Co Laxatives  give gentle, timely and  '������������������effective aid, without  discoiufort or distress.  25c.  a  box   at   your  Druggist's. 1173  -aa������_s!Srssss������.C-������S-caa  Cm. *f Ca_���������Is,!_i3!'e������b  THE TORTURES  Not His Fault    I   ?  At th������ persuasion of d travelling  agent, a farmer had jtwo lightning  rods fitted to a costly barn. But only  a week or two later, during a violent  thunderstorm, the barn was struck by  lightning and in a fow hours all that  remained of it was a heap of charred,  black refuse.. Next day ihe farmer  sought out th 2 lightning rod agont.  Pine lightning rods you sold use!-he  shouted. Hero's my barn been  struck by lightning und burned to tho  ground.        *���������  What, said the agent. Struck,by  lightning?  Yos,  by lightning-  In the day ume?  No, at -.ight.     Last night.  The agent's puzzled frown relaxed a  little*. Ah, he sa-_, it was a dark  night, wasn't it? Well, were the  lanterns  burning?  Tho agent starod in pretended  amazement.  No, said the farmer, I never burn  lanterns.  Why, ho said, you don't mean to  tell me that you didn't run up lanterns on tho rods ou dark nights?  I never heard of such a thing!  shouted the farmer. Run lanterns  up!  Why? .'**.'  Well, said the agent, if you don't  Know enough to make your lightning  rods noti-x-abie you can't blahu me.  s*-**  The Word 'Picnic'  Few people know the original meaning of the word 'picnic.'   It is to be  found 6et out In The London Times of  a hundred yru^s ago. \.  A picnic supper^ consists of a var*  ety of dishes.. The subscribers to this  entertainment have a bill ot fare presented to them, with a number against  ea*h dish. The lot which he draws  obliges him to furnish the dish marked -against i-i;, which he either takes  with him In his carriage or sends by  a servant. The proper variety is preserved by the talent* of the maitre  d'hotel, who forms the bill of fare. As  the cookery is furnished by. so many  people of fashion, each strives lo excel, and thus a picnic supper not onlyl  gives rlseto ioauch pleasaht-mirth, but  generaLy can boastbf ihe refinement  of tho. art.  )  Hard and soft corns both yield to  Holloway's Corn Cure, which is entirely safe to use, wad certain and satisfactory _i its action.  How's This ?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case   of   Catarrh   that  cannot be cured   by   Hall's   Catarrh  *"���������_**������  W  *F.   3.   CHENEY  &  CO..   Toledo.  O.  We. th������ tmders'gtt-i-. have known V.  J. Cheney for the la- 15 years, and believe him perfectly h not. in all buslnesa  transactions and financially able to carry  out any obligations niade by his Arm.  NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMF.'RCEJ.  Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure ls talten-Internally,  acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials  sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle.  Sold by all drugflsts.  Take Hall's "family Pills for constipation.  The super-inoenterit; of-, a certain  Sunday school in .-the-'-Midlands, who  had attained a good- position, was  trying to show his boys that "he had  gahied it by total abstinence. He  gave thom several instan-o* where  men had .ost their places through  1. ink, and, he had been fortuuate  enough to gain those places.  At the close of the address he said:  Now, boys, to wbat do I ow- my present  position?  Much to his surprise the boys cried  in  chorus.  :   Drink,  cir!  Senator Cullom of Illinois, gets a  good laugh out of the stoi. he tells  about an old lady who, although she  is, a resident of his state, has a son  in Montana.  One day the senator m the old  lady, and knowing that the son withe apple of ''���������er eye, not .to say her  very heart boaes, he, Inquired as to  how the boy was doing. He was  surprised to see that the woman dissolved into a storm of tears.  Why, what'c the matter "i asked Mr.  Cullom.  He just writ me, said tlie old lady,  that he's dvne been sent to the legislature. I don't now for^ what or  for how long, but I prays to*God they  will be easy on him.  . An eminent scientist, the other day���������  gave his opinion that tho most won*  derlul dlaccvery. of recent, years was  che discovery of Zam-Buk. - Just  think! As soon as a single thin, layer  of Zam-Buk ia applied to a wound or  a sore, such injury is insured against  blood po!*on I Not one species of  microbe h������_ beea found that Zam-t$u_  does not kill!  Then again.. As' soon aa- Zam-Buk  Is applied to a sore, or a cut, or tv  skin disease, ft stops the smarting,  That is why children are such friends  at Zam-Buk. They care nothing for  the science of - the thing. All ��������� they  know is that > Zam-Buk stops, their  pain. Mothers ahould nevter" forget  this.  Again. As soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased  part,, the cells beneath the skin's surface ' are so stimulated that new  healthy tissue is quickly formed. This  forming of fresh healthy tissue from  below is.Zam-Buk'e secret of healing.  The tissue thus formed is.worked up  to the surface and literally casts 6_  the diseased tissue above it. This ls  why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.  Only the otber day Mr. Marsh, of  101 Delorimier Ave., Montreal, called  upon the Zam-Buk Co. and told them  that for over tweuty-Sve years he  hM been a martyr to eczema. His  hands were at one time so covered  with sores that he had to sleep in  gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk was  introduced. to him,, and in a few  months it cured him. To-day���������-over  three years after his cure of a disease  ha' had for twenty-five years���������be ls  still cured, and has had no trace of  any return of the eczema!       '     "  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at _0c.  box, or we will send free trial.bos if  you send this advertisement and - lc  stamp (to pay return postage). Ad*  dress Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto.  IINLU  CHAPTER V  Describing Gout  A well-known clubman in the smo_-  **-.*������������������������ liugroom the other evening gave some  AI? 3_U1jI!-!._TIS--   of hi-   feUow-inembers' a picturesque  Iff   flnLUiHi--!PM! description of the gout.  You lie in bed, he said, with the  gouty foot stretched out, and you feel  as though the sole of it was pressied  against the bars of a red--.ot" fire, lit  the middle of the furnace is a fellow  with a'gun loaded to the muzzle with  rel. hot needles- Preseutly he fires  the gun at your foot and you feel the  red-hot needles travl up your leg  1 id come out at the knee, not ail at  once, but Hke the animals went into  the Ark, two by two. When the last  couple of needles have finished the  course you find yourself sweating with  fear, and wondering how long it will  be before the fellow flres the gua  t.gain.     Presently you flud he is under  Until She was Nearly Crazy. Began  with Watery Blisters. On Ears,  Eyes, Hands and Ankles. Could  Not Sleep for Scratching. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured.  . -rurnnlck St., Froderlcton, K. B.���������"I  bad a very biidc;--ofcCiC���������ia. TUo troublo  began with tvntory blisters and itched and  buraed'uutl! I was nearly cnw.y. It -wan oa *j ^,0 lnnrblo top of  my ftirt, tuynsi, hmuls nml nnklo.i. I could  not keop the bed clothes over mo at nighO  for tho h-iarllnii" and lt-'jir_. My oara  would swell. I -would Kcratcli until tho blood  would run and then form a neab. t felt on  If I could tako a knlfo and cut tlio flimh on  my hands. It would ai:,(l������uro my tmcn and  mako It smart and burn and -well. I could  sot sleep at, night for M'rau-hlng.  "I tried ovei*ylhluff I heard cf 'wltUont  tetUnii any benefit. I u.-ed lots of homo  ruiUCUii'.-i. MJi'il ".1 luc.i .niU Miij,;,;;.", ���������/.<; ul~ii  wm treated for It. Then I tiled Cuticura  Boap and Olnlm ent and liny b'.v.o ine great  eaao. X used them about four rwiuilin und I  am happy to cay I nra never troubled now.  The Cuticura Soap and Ointment cured mo  coi-pl������tely." (HlKntdj Mm. A. H. Tlioiap-  ���������en. Mar. 0. 1012.  The rf (fular iuo of CuUi-ura Soap for toilet  and butli not ouly t<-iniu to pn-m-rvn. purify  nnd beautify thoi.Uln, wrulii, Hulrand hand-*,  mmm mm.'..'.'.',  '.m  7 " * "���������' ti".". J".'/.   !r;l"������vr"Hlll'lH,   trr\.  tattoo and closirlnij of t ho jion-M, the mmmon  c*u������������ of pimple.*, hltti-Lb'iu'lH, rivlm>u and  n>u*hoo������*. yellow, oily, mothy and uilu-r un-  wholMoma conditions uf tlio uUln. Outlcur.-.  liotty t*md _uilcur* 01<ilun;>ii, ������ro tolil  .v.������A..^i,n.i������ thn worM. IJIx-rul ������*>.mnlo of  ���������arli mallnd frr~ with a_-r>. Hklu iiuok.  AUUrOM.    ptmw  v.-.U    J.l.Li.14    xi,..*,   mm  Gottp* P*Ut. ������*0. Lottoa. U. U. A.  ������ rouinain ren  Do you mean she is not in her room?  asked Margery Incredulously. Isn't she  somewhere armund tho house?  Go up and look at tho room, tho girl  replied, and with Margery leading,  wo ran up the stairs.  Miss Jane's room was empty. From  somewhere near Miss Letitla could be  heard lecturing Hcpsibnb about putting too much butter on the toast.  Hor high voice pitched for Hepplc's  old ears, rasped me. Margery closed  the door and wo suiveyod the room  together.  Tho bed had been occupied, Us coverings had been thrown back, a*r, if Us  occupants had risen hurriedly. Tho  room Itself was in a stato of confusion,  a rockor lay on Us side, and Miss  Jane's clothiug, folded aa sho had taken lt off, had slid off on to tho Moor.  Her hoes stood neatly at tbo foot of  the bed, and a bottle of toilet vinegar  had been upset, pouring a stream over  tho dresser and  down on to the floor. Ovrv the high  wooden mantel tho Maitlaud who bad  been'governor of tho nl.ato years ago  hung at a waggish unglo, aad n clock  hail been piiehed n^lilo tud stopped nt  hnlf pnHt, l.  Margery picked up Miss Jane's now  lace cap from tho lloor. It was crumpled and spotted with blood.  She ban born killed, Miii'-ory Hiihl  !*"��������� n rhnbl'if*; -vo'.<*���������<*.  Miirgery had more prosonco of nii.nl  than I had.  Cnirilol'ert, the gnrdeuor, ebo said,  and havo blm holp you smirch tbo  groiiiulH and ccllnrn. 1 will tako  llnlla nnd ko thrtugh Uio luiut-ii*. Above  overything, konp It from Aunt LclU.lu  tin long uh pohhIUo.  It tiikt-t) u Hhoi'l. time to lu-ureh an  aero of luwn j.inl I'liruhhory. Thore  n.i'������ i.u ',1'mi.i. .'rf M.t :r.I;;.',!:ig Vi'cw*.'.!  anywliyru oiitnldo tho bouno, and from  l:o,.!.*i, ar; v.h'- r:r. ii\ iI;/; foot of tb-  Imiit id a i m will. Iht upon over her  lioad, l Ifiirn,d In a uionoHyllablo that  iiollilni-r Iht I lir,>ii foiinil In lilt' liousi'.  ��������� ��������� li    in.     ������ ..,,i.,    ���������.. ,  Driven From the System by Dr.  Williams' Pink Pais  Tho sufferer from rheumatisna who  has not gone about curing himself in  the right w.-.y must expect a return of  the tortura with every change to cold  or damp weather. It is not the  change in the weather that causes the  ���������rheumatism, but it does start the aches  and pains. Rheumatism is a deep-  seated disorde" of the blood. You  cannot possibly cure it with outward  applications of hot ."fomentations as so  many people in their Ignorance of tho  real cause of the trouble try to do.  Rheumatism can only be driven out  of tho system by driving out the poisonous acid in the blood.   This cau  only be dono by making the blood supply rich, rod and pure.     It is in this  way that Dr. Williams* Pink Pills cure  rheumatism, even after other remedies havo failed.     These Pills   make  rich, red blood, they go right to the  root of the trouble, and the pains and  aches are driven from the system and  will not return I* the blood supply is  kept pure.     That ** the whole secret  of curing rheumatism, and if" you are  a sufferor begin to cure yourself to-day  by taking Dr. Williams*   Pink   Pills.  Among tbe many sufferers from rheumatism who havo been cured by this  modlclno is Miss Mary D. Kelly, South  Dummer,   Ont     Miss   Kelly    _ays:  "Some time ago I had a very bad attack of   rheumatism.     At   times, I  would be confined to bed for a couple  of days and would seem almost paral  ysed with the intense pain In my back  and legs.     At such times I could not  walk, and  my Joints  were stiff and  swollen.   1 consulted different doctors  and took their medicine, but did not  get more than temporary relief.     At  this time a neighbor advised mo ���������*���������*���������  try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I got  a supply.   Aftor taking a few boxes 1  found thoy woro greatly helping me,  ami I continue-  tl.olr uso until tho  troublo completely disappeared. I can  ttrongly .recommend this modlclno to  others who suffer as I did from tho  pangs and tortures of rheumatism".  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer It. medicine  or by mail, pos������, paid. at. [>o cents a  box or Rlx boxes for $2.lift from Tho  Dr. Williams* Medlcluo Co., Brock*  vlllo, Ont.  Did your daughters marry well?  Not..exactly? One marri " a farmer, and another 'married an ultimate  consumer; but tho third may moJie  up for all that.  How so?  She's engaged to a middleman,  .tie's a mean man.  How so?   ������������������.������������������������������������������������������  VThen his littles girl begs for an iee-  cream sundae he asl_, her if she  wouldn't rather have a gold watch  when she's nineteen.  eontr.vct to fire it every few mimites,  and you get ready for the discharge.  But you can never be. said to got accustomed to it, because the blackguard loadc it with a new kind of red-  hot needle every time, and sometimes  adds half-a-dozen red-hot cork-screws  and that's gout.  Who would   patronize   gout   after  that?  He had just reached the philosophical stage whe_. he slipped into a res-  -taurant foi a bite to eat.   He ordered  and thei.  sat staring ahead, quietly  thoughtful in expression^ and walted-  It is admitted he did ?-iOmc waiting  too. What happened to his order  couldn't be ? bnderstoot outside the  re-uliar restaurant kitchen, but he  spent half an hour sitting there itar-  ing ahead of him.  At last it came. Aa the waiter put  the order before him, he started  from his deep study, as i- he had  forgotten he had an order coming.  Then, looking up at the fair transporter of edibles, he said:  You don't look a day older!  ��������� , m ... . '  Worms sap the strength and nnder*  mine the vitality of ehilcrV .;  Strengthen them by usluf Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive  out the paraBlte.  One day an old farmer came into a  city store and asktd   to   see   spine  clocks.   The clerk showed him some  eight-das   clocks, which he told him  | would, run eight days without wind-  There is in Brooklyn a young recently married couple whe have been  pacing  tho  usual half pathetic and!i^^i^t^w'l^M^^rplewl  for o^minutto   and    3aid:    Yes,   -out  ul.iiilw.U_      ��������� .\J'13J truwea     AJJlJlllCJlU  to LomewbuT limited means and total  Inexperience. Last Saturday thero  was a a'lch in the delivery of the  marketing, and Sunday found them  with a practically empty larder.  When diimci time came the young  wife bunt into tears.  Oh, this is horrible' she wopt. Not  a thing in the house flt for a dog to  cat.   I am going homo to mamma.  If you don't mind, dear, tho Iiub-  band exclaimed, as he visibly brightened and reached for his hat, I'll go  with you.  If they wllh run eight days without  winnln' bow long will thoy run If you  wind em?  tho  A modicnl  professor wrote ou  blackboard   In  his  laboratory:  Professor Wilson informs hla students that bo hns this da; 'men np-  pointod h.uiornry pliyHlrim. to IiIh  majesty tho klag.  In the conrHo of Uio morning ho  had occasion to loavo tho room, and  found on IiIh relurr. that somo wag  had added to tbo announcement tho  words:  God have tho Ulug.  Is Bonehoad much of a writer'?   .  No, I thlnl'   not*,   bo'fi got to find  a U'.'hU.  Burned at the 8tale  As lato as tho end of tho eighteenth  century counterfeiter woro publicly  burnod at tho stake In London. On  March 18, "1789, Chrlstlanle Murphy  was executed at Nowgato tower, Loii-  .don, for Uio crime of coining. Sho  was bound to tho ./tako seated on a  stool, tho main tlo being con' around  Um nock. Tho fun������>ral pyro was thon  lighted by tho oxocutlono' and his deputies, one of tlio latU*r of vhoni flu-  ally -jerked tho stool from undor tho  wrotchod creature, allowing tho weight  to fall on hor nock. Within forty-  eight mlnutos tho body wa*i entirely  reduced to aahes and burl-'d ln a hole  on tho spot whero-tho oxocution took  placo.  Fallur always spoils cvorythlng,  suld Ulsu ���������Uliidyt) CmtiTox, icuriully.  I'll nover again tell him whon anybody proposes to mo.  What hat. ho dono.'  Whon Baron Fuonnh askc.l for my  hand I told him to ask father. And  when ho called, father looked through  a ��������� card index and nald: There arc  throe nhrnd of you. but I don't thitik  any of thorn will suit. Como around  next Thursday.  Wo believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  b, tho.best:  Ma't.hlns Foley, OH City, Oct.  Joseph Snow, Norway, Mo.  Charles Whooton, Mulgravc, N.S.  Rov. R. O. Armstrong, Mulfeiavo, N.S.  Pierre Landers,   sonr.,   Pokemoucho,  N.B.  Thomas Wasson, Shoflleld, W.B.  Ship your Furs and Hides' to  B. LEVINSON,  2R1-283 Alexander Ave.. "Winnipeg  W������*iUj for Price List ant- Shipping  Ta_e  , Pat bad .'oinod the navy and was  bolng' drilled with his shlpinatoa on  a plor.  Fall ini oamo tho ordor. Immediately Pat toll Into tlio water. ��������� Two  deop!  was the noxt c dc>r.  Pat (Bpiittorhu In tho water)���������  Bad scran to yol Why didn't yiss toll  mo lt wai: too doop boforo Ol foil  In?  A Lot to the Youna  Man  Elizabeth and Amelia were chatting  about a young man whom they both  knew.   .      ' - ���������  ,    ���������.  I can't make any tiling of young  R lston. he's so stupid, said Elizabeth.  Why, I don't thin1* so,, said Amelia,  Ho has a lot In him whon you know  him.  .  Has ho? rejoined WHwaboth. WelL  then, I'm suro it's a vacant lot.  . i   _ a.    ��������� ii - r *"   ���������-    ii '_. .  Suspenders aro one ot tho novelties  In this Hoaso.-i fall attlro for women. It will tako them ycorB to acquire moil's resourcofulnoBs iln Improvising nnils, safety pins and tooth-  pIckB as a subB'ituto when a looso  button loses ite sonso of responsibility. ������������������*.".  Isaw Jinks Just now, and ho Boomed much put out.  Ho le;  hin landlord ts just after  dispossessing hlml    *    ,  i   hi        -    - - -   - ��������� " - - ���������m  Try Murine   Eye Remedy  Jf ynu Imvo Red, Weak, Wlmpry Kycs  or (.mutilated Eyelids.   Doe..n't Smart  W. N. U. ti/4  ���������       -,    ���������'-,-'���������, ' ��������� -OOlUCIJ      *->>������     *.**JU.        JUll^'iX 11,1*1  /���������vr'nil roii\or������*rn1lon 1  l(n(iwisn���������,u������ rr..m ft������,"-fi,.   T i-.,m   oc,  _uil  licr���������not harrowing do*  'Minn  Juno Imd  dlHnp-  rilm   ,,?V������V,,,g,,,,t      i  ...." jjl- ConUnuoc)  Mutlno  Eyo Salve iu Aseptic Tubes,  2Sc,   50c.     Eyo  Books  Free  by  Mall,  I    An Uym T#nl������ ������4Mi4 tmr All ttymm ttuil N*������4 ������������ni  iftiuriu*  _>y������  V* mux tui m   _������,.,   Cblo������_������ (  An Explanation  A. iiuuck  doctor waa holding forth  about IiIb modleluoo to a   rural   uud-  ionct'.  \-f*,.    r*,.inl\f.r>*ori    lio  unlil    T  hnvf* BCild  Uiojic pills for jvoi- twonly-llvo yenra,  ailU.nuvoi    iii-uiu   vi   n   word   iri   *:i������iu-  plnin't. Now, what does that prove?  From a volm? lu Uio crowd camo: ���������  Tbat -Uml Aicu U:ll _o  Ul-^i.  ADDRESED TO WOMEN  IS TOURSA  Case of ^Nerves ?**  Hot -flaihoH, dicdnesa, fainting Rpella, backache,hetdacho,  touring-down p.lini, _������rrouineu--B)l ar������ aymptorai of irrngaUurltjf  ���������nd -f-m-U*. dliturbucM and or* uot be-yond *r������ll������f.  rlZli Favorite PresciiptioM  is thnt of a fiimom phjrMni unntti-dly ���������*p������rl-ne������_  Jn tha treating ������f woman's p_oulliir AllmantA. Vow  forty y������M������ It Tina bmmn raeomm������nd������4 t*������ ������uffa*rl������_  '     * * 1T,ll'l , .      ., M m      0-    a    m. .    m   .m.i    m ...      m m   mX       *,  m   m������||    1__8^ Wfc mmm***  to IU boneflolal qualltlaa. Porliawa It* ������ld ia ������U thai  I* r*Qulr���������l to-rMtoi-������ tn you ������������rfact IiMlth and atrtmjfth.  Mow la Ua time to act, writa Dr. R. V. VItnWa* Umttmlt*.  I AM NOW OITKEO  ��������� I  II  _.  Htut.. ft-MiNid JloiUMM.mt Omn VntK\*eq.CmMt.,Myn\Usi  M������aiMl IMmmri' t~������l thmaal* IImi* ������m turn mmm ���������iui.*u mt v_*  mtnmmm ttm*iM*a that������ wunui la Mir *���������.   Tntfa r*iami*a MM  M w,waimwiiiwHa ���������������,u ��������� iwnw������ *������.��������������������� *m .mmm ., ���������������...  I ui������������k y*u tmr yuiir advlsa."  IfOUB DRU-l-GIST CAM SVrVtTT VOU  IN tiHQUlf*  Oft TAMhV.'*   VOWLM wmmmm  /.  JLJtJLjE I_JbvIi_VVs *Uftl_SXU.MY JJ.-;Ci.  lhe Army of  1  In Growing Si-aMer Every Day.  CARTERS __? TLB  LIVER FILLS  wpoarible���������they  only give relief-���������  thsypermaneody  cureContfipa*  thn.   Mil-  lioaau&e  them fat  tl'itiotu-  aem. Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Shin*  Small Pil!, Smal! Dcso, Small Priest,  GenulBd must bear Signature  The Soul of a   Piano  is the  Action-   Insist on tho  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Lm  srmno uaciion  mm TO ALL SUFFERERS.  ttwsatssVouT OFso*xa-������uH nown-orouT-ruie __u������_  ~ ,rr���������k ���������rom illDtfBV, BLADDM, MZKV-U* DIB���������A8ES,  iHomic w_* __w*e,uu**t*_.s-ci*-, _ROPTioNa.nt.sa.  BvrrBk irom KIOMBV, BLADDM, MZKVOVa DIB���������A8ES,  ���������BHOMIC WK������*mja������8,ULCX_l.SKin SROPTlONa.Ht.Sa.  wttta to* _*r FR_8 book, tms most in&t*u*c���������va  HSDICAX.BOd������KVBKWKlrTK'l,rrTC(.I.3AI.t.������b0tl'tl>Ma  ���������taa-aaa __ __ ar  ���������--  -Mi-NBW   H_Vll_:L*_-__''!-w.s*'_*_s������ I  ** RjBMSOV. jNa-l. N.-.M.  _y������_e_s_  - -    tro  7Ho'fo8?oro*ciraU>ii.~D_._a  ttMrw-Mrforrou_ow������������n___*, Oon'si  ~rt**rFRS_. Ma'Mt������a-������'c-e.lara. Pa   cwwavnaxQCSM*-. Bwnu_, LOMDOMfXasb  WANTED at once  ., Persons to work for ub  In spare time at home. No experience  seaulred with our MEW ART COLORING PROCESS Easy and fascinating  Work. Good pay. No canvassing, write  *or Instructions v(frs**v.-'  '''commbrciaL'-art. studio,  S15 CiHeJa������ Street.  .       "Toronto, Carrada.  CAHCEH  _ Beck Tree.    A ������_i*-.!a  Bern*  treatment removeii  -Bapfro-il-ialady'abt-tat  . ���������-    * wia aarea, alcana ������b<  .......     ... " *������wtfc* cored.   Describe  JS"** trowM i mm wHl -eat** book an- teatuaaaiala.  til's Canada cancer institute, _witu  ti.:'.      HI CHURCHILL AVK- TORONTO  Her Solt-Ifer Dad  Mrs. Johnson was all excitement.  Her husband was a Gordon Highlander, and she had an invitation to visit  him in barracks in Scotland.  You'll soon see daddy now, she  said to her six-yea,-old little daughter, as the express bore thom to their  destin--on.  On ar.-ival at tho barracks Mrs.  Johnson was informed that her Iiub-  bahd was on sentry duty. One of  thfe soldiers pointed him out to her,  but of course, they could not*, approach  him. The child eyed her "irdfly With  big; round eyes full of wonder as he  paced up and down,t-.o^-Square, rifle  on shoulder, In his regimental kilt;  There's daddy1   cried  the  mother.  The child, however, was too lost in  this 'amazing spectacle to answer, but  at last it cams out.   7  Mamma, she said, in a childish treble, but with a strictly' confidential  air, if daddy finds' the man who stole  his trousers will he give me that  liclde frock i"  Minard's    Liniment   Cures   Oandruff  ?��������� Made a Mistake  Th* tube-car gave a lurch. The  young mail who had just risen ffora  his seat, lost his balance. The tube-  car stopped with a 'jerk.? The young  man sat .iown automatically in the  fashionable lady's "ap. She began to  Bhriek  in   this wise:  You contemptible pup!- I wish you  to understand that I am not a lamppost or a piece of furniture -o be  clung to for support. You have no  right to crowd in and tear other people to pieces with your. big. clumSy  hands. Yoii pitiful cloWn, youi You  aren't fit to be allowed among nice,  quiet well-dressed people! You unmannerly bumpkin! You deserve to  be��������� ������������������  Excuse me, madam, broke in the  young man, you have made a mistake.  A mistake? demandel the lady, her  eyes flashing with anger, vvhat do  you mean?  TI115, ma'ani, replied "the young  man     I am not your husband.  DONT HAVE RHEUMAT1S!-  Get GIN PILLS Now  m. 4  ,and be free of pain ail winter.  Robert Wilson, ,of Hardfi-ld,. N.B.,  .gays: ^It affords me great pleasure to  convey, not only to you but also to all  sufferers from Backache and Rheumatism, the great relief I havo obtained  from the use of GIN PILLS to anyone' suffering as I did." ���������>-5'  60c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Sample freg if  you write National Drug and Chemical  Go. of .Canada Limited, pronto. .,.216  ^.vi?'?r-������''r77:':;y.8^;D!i;j^|^: a?.".. :>_ ti  -A certain, gushing lady took her  four-year-old daughter to a photographer. Thu little one could not be  made to sit still. The camera-man  was as nice and?suave as he rcpuld be?.  and called the child all; the ?gWeetY_n*i  dearlng hames? ho could think: of-  while using every? device or getitle  persuasion to make the little wriggler  keep still? Finally ho turned to the  despairing mother and said: ?  Madam, . .* you will leave your darling alone with me a few minutes, I  think I.cari succeed in taking her  lovely face to perfection  The mother withdrew for a short  time. Soon the photographer summoned her back and exhibited a highly satisfactory negative. When they  reached homo, the mother asked:  Neiiie, what did that nice genthv  man say to you when I left you alone  with him?  Well, he tbaid, lisped Nellie, If you  don't thit sthill, you ugly, squinteyed  monkey, I'll thake the life out of your  carcath. Tho I stbat very sthill,  mamma.  ^-MlrCTM  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  s fioxaethlag better than linen and no  ���������Slindry t)ill_. Wash it .with soap and  water. ' AU stores orr direct. State style  and size. For 25c. -\ro wilt mall you.  _H5 ARUNGTO���������<: CO. OF CANADA,  .68 Fraser Avsniiv. Toronto, Ontario  ;���������:������������������-'������������������.���������? ti; :i: Limited  -EST-K5-EAITHT5 KOIKES AK.SH115.  .'-." aiaa. WxwatoW'ajSooTHiKO syrup has beea  ���������Kdforover SWWY _RARSby MII&XONS o?  KOTHSR3 for Xheir CHir,DRHN WHIW*  ���������TKraTHING, with PSitBECX SUCCESS.- It  SOO-BSSthe CH1I.D. SOJ������TENS the GUMSL   ^1YS all PAIN, CDRnS WIND COLtC. and  ie best remedy for DIAKRHa?A.   It is ab*  ' "   harmless.   Be sure aad es_ ror".���������Crs,  r'a Sobthias Syrup," &&������ t-kC QcTOUrO  .Xweaty-five cents _ bottle.  -XCELSIOR  UFE INSURANCE CO.  Assets   $3,500,000.00  lns��������������� ance. $18,500,000.00  Absolute     security  ... fo?-   '?'  Policy   Holder*  Excelsior   Policy   Forms   Approved  .' By   Dominion ��������� Insurance   Department  iPor Agencies a;*.ply to Provincial Offices  fat     Winnipeg,     ISdmonton.     Saskatoon,  .'Vancouver.  Too Sudder. .  This is so sudden!  As he heard the girl- speak these  ���������words the astonished young man rose  to his feet in bewilderment.  Sudden! he repeated; did I hear  aright? More than two years ago I  believe, it was, that I first met you.  For several months after that I only  saw you occasionally: then gradually, very gradually, I increased my  visits.   It took six months to get on  *������        ^-tiwtol        r*r* IIS r\ t*      \\*\ c*\ c\ ���������        *������*t*       -rrv*-fcl*������*       ���������dl-V  A       A\/- iUUl       *������_**_jii������*i*jj        fts������A>_*-k0 t        _ %x       ������._*x^*-       ^XjP*.  months more to be a regular visitor;  six months more to call you by your  Christian name, and it.is only during  the last j.ew months that I have ventured with many misgivings even to  hold your hand. . And now, after all  this gradual development of my love  you tell me that my declaration" is* so  sudden.     Do you call this sudden?  I do, ''indeed,?' she said calmly.  r But,    >r what reason" .  The young lady answered with  some  degree  of hautem..- ���������  Simply this, she replied. I hardly imagined you would dare to speak  ������q too like "this for another -two years  at least, consideri_g your present  salary...  Dragged Down by Asthma. T.he  man or woman who is .continually subject to asthma is unfitted for his or  her life's work. Strength departs  and energy is taken away until life  becomes a dreary existence. And yet  this is needless. Dr. J. D.,Kellogg's  A������fhma?Remedy has brought a great  change to^ah ai*my of sufferers. It  relieves the restricted air tubes and  guards^ against future trouble. Try  it.. -?"   ,        ' '"*.  "".-.'' '���������-.  King's Son es P^rtor i-  A well-known Paris; cafev _.sus for ita  porter tho son bf "a king. * He 'i0Q\&y  hero Behonzln, the son of King Gle  Mr. J rls������ "J14 brother of t&st dusky? snpii:  arch of Dahomey whoig'aVor France a  great deal of troubl������\ ?? Prln^?Be4ion-  zin who-now opens the. cafe door to  customers, is thirty-seven yeass?������? ������S������  and has had a dbstin-iAished military  career. He haa taien part in twenty-eight campaigns; was seriously?  wounded it. three battles, mehtlbhed  thirteen times in despatchea, and gaih-  ied the military medal and eleven decorations.  ' He went to Paris two years ago tc  demand a pension. His request was  not granted. Then he demanded employment. Again he mot with a ���������rebuff. The government would not even  place him in charge of on������ of the  state tobacco i&hops am.:, tho ground  that he was not a Frenchman. The  prince fell on evil days. In-order to  live he worked successively as a navvy, chauffeur, and a cinematograph  artist.  Finally he donned a livery, pinned  the medals and decor'atio-is he had  gained as a girting man on his breast,  and now stands day and night swinging a cafe door.  ('������������������������- -ir?'.  GRANULATICN  OF-HEEYEUBS  Winchester Repeating?   Shotguns are  World Beatsra  565,' straight and ;98 'per   cent? for  over 4000. targets  are  records made  with; ?Winehester? Repeating: Shotguns  thatihaye hevor: been approached by  anybther gun.":: When it is remembered that sihooters.of the greatest skill  arb daily giving demonstrations of the  shooting qualities of the m.-ny differ-,  entv makes of guns, but have yet beerr-  unable to equal these records, the only  conclusion that can be formed is that  rib other make -of shotgun    has   the  pattern,  penetration    and    accuracy  that the Winchester has.   This conclusion is  ~being   confirmed    almost  dally by \ the results of the different  trap shooting tournaments throughout  the country.   A gun's performance at  the trap is a criterion of Its value for  field shooting, and hence it is almost  needless to say-tha' for duck shooting  or bird ishootihg? i*   field and cover,  Winchester: Repeating Shotguns _*re  the limit of satisfaction and are wide  ���������in use for this purpose.   They were  officially, endorsed  by  the TJ.S.   Ordnance Board   as  'possessing   the advantages claimed by the manufacturers.*      Over .450,000 of   these    guns  have been sold up to the present tlm'  and the demand increases    day    by  day.      A Winchester Repeating Shotgun means a good score at the trap  or a  successful day "in the field. If  at aii.  aas any ability  STANLEY UOHTFOOT  .       PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATYOItNEV  tLUMSOSM  BL_e.(t*S*^J,:������) TOSONTo.  ���������V/T/T- /Off TCMPO.      ���������n"w**" '.      M.3W3.  - '   "i" i"  '  - hi r iiMiimi  r - -   1  S   ADIES WANTED ��������� DO AUTISTIC,  ** concenlal ncedlowork at home; molt0  from three to live do..-.t*a per day decorating  cushion  tops.     Armour  Art Co.,  Dept.  B.. Bredalbanei Block. Winnipeg.  Look I no Forward,  Groonboy���������It seems to mo tho limit  In amusements has beeu reached.  Drydad���������Oh, nol There's always  something new.  Orcenboy���������Woll, do you look forward to nny notable novelty lit the  ���������near futuro?  Drydad���������Suro! i expect sooner or  later to oujoy W. J. Bryan as u yod-  cler,  N   Tlio?umplro calls a foul, eald she,  yot hot a feathor do I soo.  Correct! he answered; ovon bo! but  this is.a Picked nlno, you* know!  .old you attohd th*;t torrlblo piny?  X did.  And was It nn immoral as you had  ���������licon led to hopo?  tip*���������  ���������mmjf^^^^m^JmJ^mlafMmitimfiiJi'ti/.  K*I:D.N..������-Y..|  /?".r I L L 5l   ���������-?.<  6O0, ������ box or glx_boxe������ for W..bO, |  Mt   *������M   UUMtOI**,  WI  cine Company  Canada*  t uu   h������wuu������   inivvil'  Limited.    Toronto,  m #yny m m������ *mmmm*mmmmt*  W.  N,   II.  ft74  A Ready Weapon Against Pain.���������  Thereis nothing-equal to Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrlc Oil when well rubbed in. It  panetrates the tissuas and pain disappears before It. There Is no known  preparation thai will reach the spot  quicker than this magic Oil. In consequence it ranks first among liniments now offered U the public and is  accorded first place among all its competitors.  A weary and dejected theatrical  troupe, after an unsuccessful trip, arrived in a small New Jersey town,  fair-sized audience witnessed the  first performance without furor, although there was enough handclap-  plng to arouse the troupe's wavering  spirits. The ieadii 2 man promptly  stepped to the footlights after the  first act and bowed profoundly, but  still tho clapping continued. As he  wont behlir.d the scone, he encountered an Irish stage han.l.  I guess that's some acting, said  the Thosplan, throwing out his chest  proudly.  What d'ycz mono, th' handclappln'?  inquired the Irishman.  Why, surely. How hotter could  they sli-v." thoir appreciation of my  acting?  That's not appreciation, man, said  the stage hand, that's the audience  killing mosqultcos.  On ono occasion Dr. Francis Warner was trying to-bring back to consciousness n woman who had had a  paralytic stroke.  Ills efforts Boomed to bo In vain.  For a tlmo her uttorancca were only  tho ravings of delirium but all at  onco Hho Bat up In bed and looking  Rtmlf"ht nt Dr. Wnrnor, pho erlod out:  Oh, you funny old man.  Ah! said Dr Warner, cheerfully.  Now she's beginning to talk sense.  A wootern physician has t\vn children, Ernest and Alice, aged nlno and  olovon roflpoctlvolj. Recently tho  doctor and his wlfo innilo a wock-ond  trip to tho country leaving tho chll-  dn-n at homr- with the ."orvrmtr;. They  wore to return Monday night on a  train duo at 10 o'clock. The children  i wanted to nioet thom at tho depot,  and of couvso vocolvod doilnlto in*  Btruotlons not to do bo.  Whon tho parents arrived at 1.1.30  tin*!!' train being an hour and a hair  lato, thoy woro surpi'Ioed to find Em-  ear. und Alice waiting for thom, and  all alone   Tho mother    rushed    for-  ivin(1   iu   OXiiiJaUilulc,   bill.    >������"������������������������   lull,   uii  by tho shrill ..volco of  Alice  crying:  Hurry   up,   mother.      Don't   y'top   to  Ualk.     The taxl'a up to $7.������>0 ulrcatly.  Relieved  xuo juotum���������11 you uiu puiuo,  my  * . .,.���������      f   ...... -        ������i 1 ��������� ���������������  ���������%*%,*,*������������������* tn.**'-* 'I ' '���������������  I   S������        _.,,"..������.'������- t **,������������������* *-\m, SS.*. IM   <.liu,  and marry discreetly. 1 ohall bo perfectly sal Mod.  Tbo Dniighler (aged l.wiMvo>~T]irn  I don't need an ciliicallou!' Isn't that  jov'*lyi  Urgent Call  It was an hour or more pfter.midnight.  There was a furious ringing at the  door-bell.  A few minutes elapsed, and then a  head was thrust out of a secorid-stor-.  fey window.  What do you want?  This is where Mr. Speechey lives,  isn't it?  Yes,  I'm  Mr. .Speech-*. ?  You delivered a particularly; interesting address before the Advancement of Mankind. Club"-'thi- evening  on 'The Dead of 1905'?  I did.~  You spoke.of a noted man, named  Aicibiares MeGibbeny? ..  I want you to tell me whether he  was a Protestant o" a Roman Catholic?   '?'.,' "���������  Ho was a Protestant? What���������  r That's all I want to know.* "I'm a.  shorthand reporter that took down  the speech and I couldn't tell from  my notes whether ycu said that at  the age of twenty-seven he entered  the ministry or a monastery. Ever  so much obliged to you.    <Jood-night $  Is Cured  by Dr. Chase's Ointment-���������  :   Scores of Uses for th& Great Soothing, Healing Ointment.  Most people know Dr. Chase's Ointment best as a cure for eczema and  itching piles. Nor is this to be wondered at when you think of thee remarkable record made in this class of  cures.  But there are scores of other uses  for this ointment which are only discovered when it is k������-������t constantly at  hand.    .  Mrs. Martin, 13 Carroll street, Toronto, formerly of Bowmanville, Ont.,  Wi-ites: We have used Dr. Chase's  ���������Ointment for years, and found it invaluable in,treating skin irritations  Snd all sorts of bums and.wounds. In  fact; we would not be without It in  the house-... .It is a most excellent  treatment for- granulated eyelids, from  Which I suffered without finding anything to help me."  Wherever there is itching of the  skin or a sore that refuses to heal you  can use Dr. Chase's Ointmeui with full  assurance that It will prove, entirely  saticiacto-qy. 60 cents a box, all dealers, ov Edmaason, Bates & Co., _.imit-  ed, Toronto.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere;  _!_ : ���������m.   " ��������� Y'''r.j  s wo Archbishops . -.  The Archbishop of Canterbury is  primate of all England and therefore  takes precedence of the Archbishop of  York, who is enly primate of England.1  This very nice distinction was made  several centuries ago on account of a  very bitter dispute arising between  the two functionaries as to which  should preceda the other. The matter was settled by conferring precedence upon tlio Archbishop of Canterbury, the two titles boing also bestowed at tho samo time.  He Got the  Seats  A large and pompous person, wearing a high hat, a long coat, yellow  spats and a congenial sneer for sev-  ���������sai days anode hirosfilf obnoxious  around a Washington hotel a While  ago.  He announced that he was-from  New York, ragged the bellboys', jawed  the clerks, cussed the service, roared  .at" the food, complained about his  room and the elevator and the telephone and the bar and everything  el������e.   ... ..-���������.-���������..���������  One afternoon he walked over to  the porter and said: Here, you! I'm  going to" quit this town and go back  to, New York where I can get some  decent service. I want you to buy  me two seats in a parlor car on the  four o'clock New York train. Get me  two seats .and? meet me at the. station  with the tickets. I want one chair to  sit in. and one to put my feet on.  The seats were delivered at the  train just before the train pulled out.  One of the. seats was In car No. 3 and  the other was located in car No. 4.  Echoes of the Opera  What did you hear at the opera?  inquired Mrs. Saunders when her hus-.  baud returned from. London. You  wrote me Mary was going to have a  box full of friends last night..  She did so, said Mrs. Saunders. Well  let me see. I heard that the young  man Henry's oldest girl is engaged  to hai two thousand pounds salary*  and that he'll never save a penny-of  it after hb marries her. And I heard  that if Mrs. enord doesn't attend to  her son before it's too late he wont  have a friend left among either tho  young fellows or the girls. .-������������������."'..'  Then I heard something about  skirts; kind of uncertain talk that  was, and I couldn' t make much of it j  and. then there was a full account bt  somebody's wedding and the presents.  I didn't catch the name, but it wasn't  anybody we. know.  I heard one -really pretty piece of  music sung by a lady and gentleman.  I couldn't see them on account of  Maryland her two friends being in  front with their heads close together,  but two of them singing together, that  way, with real powerful voices, they  drowned out tho _ talk.'- The whole  concert was very nice, but I am telling you what I heard, ������aid Mr. San-  dersY mildly as his wife showed signs  of exasperation. That's what you  asked me.  SORE CHEST CURED  Broke    up a neavy    Coid,    Relieved  Pain In the Side, Stopped an  irritating Cough  ;-. "Anyone that goes through all that  I suffered last winter will appreciate  the value of a remedy that cures like  Nerviline cured me" These are the  opening words of the solemn declaration of :',j_. P. Von Hayden, the we:i-  know;n violinist. "My work kept me  out lato at night, and playing in cold,  drafty. places brought on a severe cold  that settled on my chest. I had ,  harsh, racking cough " ��������� and . severe  pains darted through my sides and  settled ta my shoulders. I used different liniments,  tut none broko up  my cold till I used  Nerviline. I rubbed  it in oa my neck,    chest and shoulders, morning and  night, and all the pain disappeared.  Realizing that such a heavy aold had  run down my system, I took Ferro-  zone at meals, and was completely  built up and strengthened. Since us-  ir.g Nerviline I have no more cold*  or pleurisy, and enjoy perfect health.''  It's because Nerviline contains the  purest and most healing medicinal  principles, because it has the power  of sinking through tl-e pores to the  kernel of tho pain���������-those are the rea-.  sons why It breaks .up colds, cures  lumbago, stiffness, neuralgia, sciatica,  and rheumatism. Refuse any substitute your dealer may suggest���������insist  on Nerviline only. Large family size  bottle, 60c; trial size 25c; all dealers, or The Catarrhozone Co., Buffalo  N.Y., and Kingston, Ont.  NERVILINE  CURES  CHEST  COLDS  Breaking Off  occasionally  AUU    H������J    Jltix  one of your Wife's cigars?  Yes; I dug them up the other day  and  they are- a  great  help  in  my  present situation.  .7 What is??t_at?  I  aiu  tfyihg. to   quit  tobacco  for  good.  Most? of the students in the school  of experience are forced to study  economy.  ,-.  In Sydney, South Australia, a sum  of $500,000 is to be provided annually  by Parliament for the use of men who  desire loans Jo enable them to build  a tlwol-ii'g I1011S6 or enlarge ono already in thoir possessi- or to discharge mortgages on thoir homes- The  law requires that those who benefit  by this fund shall earn four-fifths of  their incomo by actual personal ex.  ertlon, and thijit thoy shall not, have  an incomo of more than $1,500 a year.  Well Fixed  Ilowlitt���������Has sho any visible means  ot support?  Fowiltt���������Has she? Say, did you  ever seo hor in one of Uioro slit  skirts?  The New Office Boy  IJc tries and tries and trlou again  And tries and trios with might and  main  And trios and trlot*. the llttlo man,  To do as llttlo us ho can.  His  Grace  Ungracious.  Not-without difficulty, the young  Duke of Kn-lgbtbridse ��������� familiarly  known as the Nightblrd���������had been  ps.sunded to accept au invitation to  lunch at tho commodious and well.-np-  pointed residence of Mr. Rolls Rasher, the Bo?.p Riiiriwor.  " Toward the.end of the meal the  genial Boat* emperor grew more and  moro depressed. Not one of his treasures had evoked the faintest flicker  of ducal approval.  In a frenzy of despah, Mr. Rasher  played his trump card, some priceless  Napoloou brandy, declared by the  greatest connoisseurs to be tho finest  liquor that ever a gourmet could desire.  Unable to retain himself: longer, old  Rasher beuL across tho table with  bulging eyes.  What do you think of this brandy  Duko? ho asked with tremulous geniality.     Not bad, ch?  Tho Night-bird slightly opened ono  oye. steadied his monocle, and favored 5  his host with a blank stare.    , [  Er-uo-not very, ho languidly ropllod  A certain class or shopkeepers try  ������������������ ?.-���������?-.-. ~ 'X.-L.f.:~ .mifymf^. ���������r.0.\. VlO 0 0 01.0-1 VI-  tO     11MCB     OUCH        II ������������ VO      .���������������������������;.������      ������..*���������mm mm   ��������� <"  A traveler determinad to teach one of  these a lesson? The offender was a  clothing dealer, and had a way of almost dragging people into .his place.  One day the traveler stopped for a  moment?tb examine a coat hanging in  front? of the establishment, when out  darted the clothier,, who asked:  Won't you try on One of those  coats?  I don't know but I will, responded  the traveler consulting his watch. I  have some time to spare.     Yes.  He went in; but ho matter how often he found his fit, he .called for nibrb  coats. Finally, when, he had tried on  thirty or more, he looked at his watch  and resuming his own garment, walked out of the shop, _aying as he went:  aood day, *.ld chap, I won't charge  anything for what I've done. I believe in a man who'll oblige another  when ho can. IC I'm ever this way  again, and you have any more coats  to try on, I'll do all I can to help  you.  What It Is Coming To  What do you think of our bridge  club?  You have somo excellent material  in it. How oo you manage to secure  such good players?  Wo pattern after tho baseball people and maintain efficient scouts.  It Isn't the easiest thing In tho  world to transform duty Into desire.  iAV\_ioUviS-  R be-uVi{ul MANDOLIN, wilH  mrie t-'ibs of m_f>\e and bircb,  winV colored ������*rpi*p������ behveciv and  mapla ca|p&. and sides. Ebowi-  onized fingerboard, \vlrtvinlaid fiost*"''  tion dors and guard-plate, set off  with inlaid buttcrfiy. Kited". wiVW  fialrcnlr lieada and tiickel-'plat'-d lail-  "picc������. ? Wiili tins Idandol'm we'in-  clude a handsome green fellr case,  instruction book, tuning "pipes, extra  set of strings, fingerboard chart and  certificate entitling, you to complete  course of instruction. This, outfit  complete for $4.*10.  This .Is buly^o-ne of iVic Owl-tils  lislcd "in our big Musical  ���������':������������������   EucycWjfieilia-  Otber l/\andolins from $2.50 to $150  Violins froni $2.65 to $115  Guitars from $2.95 to $65  B_Mjos from $������1.50 to $20  Cornets from $7.25 to $165  Scvui ���������for our big Musical Ein-  c*jclo*pcdi_, Claxton's Musical  Treasures, Hie vnost comy>Ul"c  book on Musical Goods issued  ivi Canada.    Il'a FREE.  Write Department W to-day.  T///MG WMt/SfC  303Y0NGES1  rOROWTO, CANADA.  PATENTS  Patent Your Ideas���������No delay and -���������������  will H-H-lf ior you If tho Idea lm������ trior-  It. Send sketch for froe report. Information on patentn and list of invcntlonn  wanted mailed too.��������� J. A. MAC*  MURTRY A. CO.i Patent Attorneys, 10<t  Bay Street, Toronto, Canada.  "Stliwt HA'E -EAT,  AND GANNA EAT"  So Bobby Burns teraely describe-- th������  rich, but .still poor, dyspeptic*. But tbelr  cnn<������ la not now ro deHporate rm when  Bin-n-i wrot������*. Por lhe man who has the  food uow cau eat without tmh'ering for  It, If he juat follows the meal with a  Na-Dru-Co Dyapepj-l-i Tablet.  These remarkable tablets bun inn ������������������_���������  trouble������ of lho chronic dyspeptic���������th������  man who in.hi)lout���������the niiferer from  lienrtbiirn. gam on lhe atomach or occ������������  BiottaUndigestlon. You can eat hearty  me������l������ of wholesome food���������and digest  them, too���������if you take Na-Dru-Co  DyopftjiBla Tablet-*.  CuiUI'lHllulcU by CJCJICl ltJlCfJlll.i.>, alii.*  probably th������s best formula known to  medical science, they arc quick and  cerlain iu their action, giving prompt  relief from all forma of stomach trouble,  toning up fciulntrenglbenlng the digest-  --"������������������"'M"" ..-,.��������������������������� ^ M ���������.  nirici*.  A mnn l������no������trottgerthanhi9 8touiRcii.  I'it yourself for your beat work by  taking NA-Dru-Co Dyi.per*ia Tablets.  50c. mt your diuguiiil'-'. jI.uUik-j.1 Ifmc  ������ml C������������������ttulc������l Co, of Cauiula, Liuiitcd,  Zlduticnh  Seven   Daughters  Enough  A lectnro was give? on tho ovll of  great wealth. In tho audlonco was  a iniiu known to tho lecturer. The  man was tho father of sovon girls,  and tho lecturer pointed to htm as an  oxamplo.  Think, tald tho lecturer, of bolng  tho proud .'(.itner of seven iVaughtord.  Think who in tho happier���������tho man  with a hundred thousand dollars or  tho man who is tho father of sevon  duughtoru.  I will uul* you, Iilr. Slu-ldou, who do!  you  thlnlt In  tho bnpplcr?  snld  the  lecturer,  pointing  to   tho  subject of  hla urguniont. ,  Tho man arose and said: Woll,  sir, I think that a mar. with sovon  .daughters in the happier���������a man with  the money worries for more; a man,  with sovon daughters novor does.  Mrs. Vftuglmu was out shopping  ono morning, unit upon nor return  homo -tth'1 imlcoil Annie, lu.r inuld, .'I'  thoro had boon nny ouMoih iIiiiIiik her  ubsntico,  Yon,  mum,  ropllod  'iho   mlnli*onn.  Who oallod? Inquired 1I10 inlntroHR.  AU'ii, (JiiHuuiy, muin, Hunt i.iiu girl.  ,., I ^r* i.,in.,..,���������^   , u iKniur. .......  VauRhan thoughtftr.ly.     Why, I don't  Know any Mm. CuHBldy.  No,   mnin,   'nifiworoi    Annie.  didn't  come  to  soo  yon,  mum;  __M_k ^__  __��������� ^_^__ _��������� __T_T *^ll'''H^lte___*^___-^''*^*'  Protect Your Baby       yf  Keep out cold draughts���������save baby many a cold  and sickness.  iBC* OOEk fiE^HC^^r^-'flpttJl mh_ 1  SSMOKKLK-r-r  All during the cold fall and winter months a Perfection  Smokeless OH Heater keeps the house warm.  3ft can be "carried from room to room���������wherever you go.  Wjirms up bathroom or parlor iti next to* no time.  The Perfection burn3 nine hours on a single K&-on of oil.  Easy to clean and rewick.   No smoke or smell.  Stock carried at all chief poinU   ���������     '"   ----������������������----������������������1���������-���������: T-���������11���������Mtnii l/u ii-u- iiu_siu..������ l 1 J.-iiii n.-j ii.nn "iim..-  i__i____iv r_.~��������� - l��������� .vr---1���������us-���������mnisin .mwiiiininiiiiriii mi n     "   ' '"  "*"^|  For bent reoults uae ROYALITE OIL |  HI10  MllO  To-ronto  OttniviK  Mixlii  1 WIS IIVI^JBRIAL OIL CO., Limited  ,./:  ?  $S$������T  l     r;it������io   *.n   Hon   n'���������>.  Wlnnlo-M  C*lsf*i*y  , mtm atoms* - '*iu*t**,**.  Vancouvwr  lidinonron  Jt  I  I!'  ijpiiMt'^.i. j_r?f!  W  w*  -TWO?     nrejTQTOK!     T>l?'_rTTE-vs        rvfot?a*Tr._i    " 7<     C-  Hfe Creston ^evieftb  "'' IPntlistied'eveiy   Friday Rt Oreston, British Colnmbia, by the Creston Print-  ;_   ing _nd Pnblshing Company, Ltd.  The Review is. the acknowledged advertising -medium of the Crestoii valley, cir  cnlating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston district aud  ��������� reaching out in a broad manner into other commuinrvs. Our advertising rate?  pre based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary a -ters' Board of Trade.  Xiand purchase and land lease notices, $? for statutory time.- Display advertisements, $ 1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first ipsue  and 6 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest ahd the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief aud  signed.  ���������A. _i. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  The ruling of Chief Justice  Hunter, of British Columbia  that Hindus* eligible for entry to Canada upon the same  basis as other immigrants  will cause some consternation  in  the  coast  province.  Tf    *!._    ������*.���������tii:~���������~    -~     *u���������ij  ii   ine    jj.ntj11.1j4    is    up ii em  by the superior courts it will  precipitate an awkward problem in the framing of new  regulations. Stringent exclusion  laws  cannot  but  of  R. Anderson telling us that  Tiif-f* ifr!_fe n  V.1sjr-fv       ���������*������,  -UUU  BORDEN G0VEBU?  MBM BARNS NOT  GOOD FOB SHEEP  ��������� L������.*.���������     ....-     J~--.1.A.������.-     J.1, - . _.  _        i   is   now   oniy   two vears'    71    -~V * ������" T" ~~ti ' "    "  j J'vaii'i wintered of any animals we keep upon  since the Borden government  vvas returned to power. The  administration has a record  of achievement, for its two  years of cffi/e of. which? it  cau well be proud and -which  is   unpar.iileled   in   Canadian  history.  Bill   appropriating   leu-'inil-  i iifiii'" (  m*mmmA        *f\m^.  XJXm.A..  itluUUj  C11 V��������� Cxci*  ml xx xri ^.-m x .  w uv    -S    a.  A nxrl-limrt  4. _*_ V   bU.UC  British    ���������������.          short of the most rigid  limitatiDn of Hindu immigration will not meet with  the approval of the people  of the coast province. The  authorities have the unpleasant choice of either the frying  pan or the fire.���������Calgary  Herald.  France two years ago changed j The extension of the bound,  from its system of turningjSlries of Outario, Quebec  to the right to "the sensible!      ,   A.t     .t x  * AYiU     li liiiiitOOI.  English plan."     There is not! " *.* A     -    -  .'    ,��������� .". . i      1 i'>e   Aid    to    Agriculture  a  single   argument  iu   favor!  of turning to the right except that some people have  been unwise enough to ad opt  that practice. Because these i  people sometimes come here,  why should we adopt their  folly?     Why not require them ;  i  fcvj        WU1U11U Will Kill I IVIJ3CI    '  tr*] an ?  f   Turfi-ino-   In   the   .iorlit     dollars over a oeriod   oH  i "���������  [ ten years for   agriculture  in  istruction throughout Canada.  i he    West    1 tidies   Agreement with    improved   steam-  ship   servi.e.  The    reductioa     of    cable  ���������rates to the   West India and  the   British   Isles.  1     The    'iuau������uratiou  "Canada's peat industry  has become an economic  factor of commercial importance. It has passed beyond {  the experimental stage aud  is now on a basis for extensive deveiopement,* * writes  J. G. Adams, B.A. in this  week's issue of the journal  of Commerce, Montreal in  an illustrated article on Canada's   Peat   Industry,    Con-  mr  tinuing the writer shows  that last year Canada imported over fourteen and a  half million tons of coal-  valued at nearly $40,000,000  or a per capita expenditure  for this one import alone of  over $6.00. In Canada already over 40,000 acres ot  peat bog have been surveyed  and explored "but there is  an almost incalculable amount  of peat between the Atlantic  and the Pacific, much of it  still unknown. Over this  area the peat averages possibly 30 feet, in depth and  when it is remembered that  one acre of peat one foot  will yield approximately 250  tons or that an acre 20 feet  .'deep ?will. yield 'about  5000.  ��������� tons oner#_tty understand, in  ��������� some small   degree   the ini-  'portance   ancl  value  of  this  almost   uttligtited" supply of  fueh"   ""'  was    the    invention    of   ox-  drivers.    These folk vv tlk on  the   left,   or    near,    side   of ������reatl>*    iu'Prov������*   tri-.veekly  their   team,   aud hence when  they   want   to   pass   another(  ox-team they prod the off ox!     The     uew     arrangements  with  the   goad   and   call   out j i������ regard to marine insurance  "Gee,"    whereupon    the    ox Iuu  turns   to  the  right.  We   have   passed   the   ox-j     The   magnificent   drydock  Why   revert I under construction at Quebec  I with   simil-r   d ry docks ��������� prc-  | posed at Halifax and Esqui-  ot   a  mail service between Canada  and   Great   Britain.  The  ird to marine iusura  the   St.    Lawrence    and  reduction of rates to Halifax  tea?n   stage.  to  it?���������Colonist.  Evidentlv     onr     esteemed  if  contemporary has not himself j  ���������*!  malt.  The   bill   to    provide   -.or-  . ' - -������������������*"-   ".  Raid  rveteran?.  passed   the   ox-team  stage of' .       -������'���������-'  r b     .   I the   Fenian  reasoning   or   he    would-   be;     ,_..'"    -._"     - . . ,   ~... ������������������,���������.:  s . ;     I lie   JNlaval Aid   Bill  (de-  able   to   see   for   himself   the j r       ,   .        , ,_ v  feated   by   the Senate.)  absolute  danger to  autos or  fast  vehicles   in  The Highways Bill appro-  the farm; as they require no pampering and do not need confinement in  warm, expensive sheds,, writes W. J.  ; -riffith in the Iowa Homestead. A good  roof is essentia], and the three closed  sides should be tight enough to keep  but cold, driving rams, snows and very  cold winds. The south side, may be  left entirely open for about four feet  from tbo ground. Tue cold does not  matter so long ns the shed is dry. In  this locality nil who use the cold fresh  air sheds have good luck with their '  sheep.  Sheep ore  dipped  in  summer and  spring,  and  ticks  do  not  bother in  I arilPS  JL._Qn.inn I  luuiuu nuuHiluiiri  Nothing Makes v a  Lady look so dressy  As    a    Tailor-made  v-hiIl.  It  UlU-iR    -illllil  Arti.st iti Tj-idieH aud Gents Attire  Stanley St. Nelson B. C  SYNOPSIS OF OOaL MI NIG BBau!  LATZONS  The Black Pacefl Highland Is the  principal sheep of the Scottish  highlands, where lt is kept In large  flocks, both for Us mutton and  fleece. The breed Is smaller than  the Cheviot and thrives well on  scant pastures and tho rough herbage of mountains. The mutton is  of tho finest quality, but its lleece  Is coarse and weighs only about  four  to  five  pounds?,   being   of  the  marlts of tjtiis sheep are black or.  mottled face, with strong and prominent nose. The horns of tho ram  are large and heavy." with one or  two spiral turns, according to age.  The ram shown \va������n prize winner  last year.  winter, as the cold is unfavorable for  their development. One uinu iii our  neighborhood attempted to winter his  sheep in a warm stable and met with  loss. Many of bis sheep died, and  those which remained were very thin  and run down at lambing time. Many  of his lambs were weak aud died soon  after birth. Many came dead.- The  ticks were so bad on these sheep that  he was forced to shear early and before it was thought of by others in or-  SEALED TExNUj-KS addressed to  tbe underB-gned,-and endorsed ''Tender  fur Immigration "Detention?''.Hospital''  Building-'' Vancouver, B.O." will be  'rei-eived at this ofllco uutil 4 00 P.M-.  ou Miitdjiy, December, 29tb. 1913, for  tbe or ctiiui of the above named building.  P ii.- s, 'sptu-ifii'atiou and form of Contract oan be set-n and forms of.tender  obt.iucd ac this Department, at the  ollio.* uf W. Heud-rson, Esq Resident  Arolaieet-, V'iCfoi'ia, B.O. and on ap-  iriij.i ion to. Mr A. J. Chisholm, oare-  caker, Public Baiidiag, Yiincouver, B.C.  Pi i* ous teiuleiing are notified that  lenders will, uyt be considered unliss  made ��������� n the j rimed forms supplied,  mid Higueu wit.li tneir actual siguatures,  stating thtrir occupatlous aud places of  evidence. Iu the case of firms, the  uetual signature, the nature of the  o -4*a*.:iir.i 'a jisiU jj si'-e of resideuce of  each member ot" the firm must be given.  Knell tender must be accompauied.by  an a-:cipted uh ck on a chartered bank,  payable-to the ordor of the Honorable  the Miu.'ster of Public Works, equal  iu ten per ceut (10 i>.c.) of the aniouut  ofYtheieuder, . wh.ch will  be forfeited  Ooal mining rights of the Doininioii  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albert  the Yukon Territory?.the North-we*  Territories and iu aYpdrtiph pi -the ?Pro  viuce of BritishColnmbia, may beleasei  for a term , of twenty-one?-yearBia  on annual rental of $1 an acre. Nq  more than 2,560 acres will be leased t  one applicant.       ti.;;.ti,.--.-y;y..'titi..: ,,-y.:.-;^  Application for a lease must be mad  by the applicant in person to the Asten  or Suh-Agent of the district iti? whio.  the rights applied for are situated.  Iu surveyed territory the' land mus  be deBcribfld.bysecti6nsY?br legal sul  d'visions of sections, and in unsurveye  territory the tract applied?-for. shall  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be acoompanie.  by a fee of ������5 which willbo rsfuuded i  the rights applied for are not availobl  but; not othefwii-e.    A royalty shall fc  paid on the merchantable output of th  mine af. the rate of five cents per ton. '  ��������������������������� ?The person opera tipg the mine sha  furnish the Agent with s vojss rstara  aqcouutiriR for the full quantity of me..  cbantable coal mined and pav the? roy(  alty.'thereoo.?���������'���������';If the coalTiiiuing?right  are? hot being 6perate���������,Ysuoh rr^turn  should "be f nrbished a t ieasL once a j-ea,  Tbe lease will inbludo the coal ?miu  ing rights only, "��������� _ _t the lessee ih������y���������:'-k  permitted tb purchase^ whatever 'ayai.  ab'e surface rights may be corisiderei  necessary for tbe"w6rking'?d^ thei^ioin'  at the rate of $10 an acre. V 1?Yr"v;:?7  For full information application shonl  be made to theSecretary of the'Depari  ment ofthe Interior, .Ottawa, or to aa.  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion XAUdr  ti    tiy-titi'w.W.q������^rti:ti:-ti-.  Deputy Miaistsr of the.Iut$rfi6r.;  N.  B.���������-XJUauthorized publication 0,  this advertisement will not be paid for,  ���������30690..' ti ':Y-'--.7Y-'-',,Y"  der to save his sheep.    His object iu  using    the   warm   stable   was   early if ihe person teudeiiug decline to enter  lambs. into a con truce w'ueu called upon to do  If early lambs are desired the ewes . ���������, ��������� , . ���������--.. ������������������������������������,,��������� ���������.- .  ....                           .           . .sa, or fail   o-complete-the work con-  can   be  put  into   warm   quarters   at '                                 l  passing  on,     .   .     .   ��������� t . .  r       . ** priatmg  $2,500,000  for  road  the  left, especially  in   a nar  ^L  RULE OF THE ROAD  The     demand     of    some  motorists  that  "the   rule  of  mxx*m       IWMU ^JJMIJ  itit*.    C*iii������iigcd  apd, that   hereafter   vehicles  shall turn  to   the   left,  has  *tft\\lir*fl     rtt-*it     r,*ins\ -> ,*���������', 0.������.  ������������������ ���������   "  '    1  4    ' *"* '  Vve-juuve had several letters  oh this subject, and yesterday  wc  |tftd  a  note  from Mr. jL  < ...������...     ��������� "  row*  street  or   road.  The majority of drivers  keep to the right of the  road or street, the street car  exits are all on the right  side, the majority of up-to-  date motor cars are made  for the right hand drive,  then think of the danger to  pedestrians or peopie getting  when   a vehicle,  out Oi cars,  up   to   the   minute   unseen,  appears suddenly behind them  With regard to the the  ox-team stage, it is ouly fair  to remind the big contemporary that the present greatness  of this great country is built  ou the very stolid aud  substantial work of the ox-  team and the man who  used the goad and turned  to the right, and wheras the  "sensible English plan"works  well in "sensible Englaud"  there are in that meny laud  many who would turn to the  right if it were not for the  spirit of the Colonist which  thinks that bentise a thing  is established it must be right.  We would like to sec our  big contemporary take a  brace a_,d'*tuni to Lhejight."  You should s(*c our line   of  X" 1  m*.kH.*ii*    tlllU  vv c pi ml ytmr  name, etc. TJic price is very  reoi-tiablc. - Come and see.  . The Creston Rkvikw  ���������4 i  construction  in two  years.:  (Defeated   by   the  Senate.)  The Branch Railway Bill,  providing for the acquisition  of branch" lines in Quebec  and the Maritime Provinces  to build up the In'ercolonial]  Railway.���������(Also defeated by  the Senate.)  The bill to establish parcels  post system, which will be  inaugurated   very   shortly.  The de.velopement of national harbors at Halifax, St.  John, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Port Arthur,  Fort William, Vancouver and  Victoria.  The completion iu such a  short space of time of the  Transcontinental   Railway. '  The construction of the  Hudson Bay Railway so far  advanced that 150 miles have  been graded and one-half of  the  work   finished   in   1914.  Tlie contracts for two out  of three section of the Wcl-  land (-anal, wiili two more  section will be called for  shortly.  The construction of a go-  vernmcut-ovvned terminal elevator at Port Arthur to haudle  2,500,000   bushels   of  wheat.  The establishment: of a  policy   of   interior    terminal  \       J , ,        , I %      Wo do not bi'llovn In bllndoiM  cicvjUO'������> uvvu-u liy uitr y'livm 11  I iu  Timcli your Ihh-hch to worlc wilh-  if,  r .  .    ���������     . V    out UK-Ill.  ineilt for  which two  contracts   I      -j0 cnrcfnl not to overload yonr  have    already    been    let    nt I K ������<"���������������������������������   Oven������miing Ih tho cuiho *  Snskatoou and Moojjc Jaw,  tri.cted for.    Ii the. tender De not accepted tbe cheok'-will lis'returned'-  The Dr'parimenc d^es not bind itself  tj accept the lowest or any teuder.  By order,  It. G. Desrochers,  Secretory.  lambing .time for a few dhys. Sheep  should'have free range", aii^.it is iv?fine  thing if this cau be in a brush field.  Then tbey will pick, much of their living and come out in the spring very  fat and with a heavy fleece. Sheep  should be kept within their sheds during cold rains and wet. heavy snowstorms.   Moisture in tlie coat of fleece  is very dangerous. Exposure to a cold Depattment of Public \Vorks,  rain is almost sure to ennae catarrh.  If sheep are not fed a little grain nil  winter and are fed up as" lambing time  approaches they will lose their wool  badly. A little  winter not on  dltion, but to develop the unborn off  spring.   A variety of foods Is not necessary as with other stock, and it is well  when one ration is established to stick '  to it.   Clean bay and cornstalks make  a good roughage, and com nnd oats, I  with roots or ensilage dally,  make a '  good   combination.     Two   pounds   of  grain dally nro suflicient.  Again, plenty of exercise, with puro,  cold air and ordinary feeding, will produce tho best results In wintering sheep.  Certainly there to no nci-iVof expensive  outlays when simpler, cheaper construction will answer tho purpose better.  Ottawa,   Movember 10, 1918,  Newspapers will not be paid for this  adveitisemeut if they insert it without  le grain is best duriug tho ! nulhorit   from- ,he Department -49327.  Iy to keep the ewe in con- | r.  Garbage Poisoning.  All hog rnlsers should be careful in  feeding gnrbngc from large citlcr, or  towns. Many hogs nro raised exclusively on this stuff, and tbey very often dovelop serious intestinal disorders,  tlio symptoms nnd lesions of which  may bo mistaken for cholera. It hns  boon found that the cause of this dls-  enso Is" in tho presence of powdered  Hohps in the garbage. Those nonpH irritate and Inflame tho lining of tho  Intestinal canal nnd act as poisons, nt  times killing tho hogs. MlHeellaneouH  "garbnge Is dangerous. If It Is from  your own Initio'you mny know what  is In it; utherwlHo It may contain mule  pol'ion.���������Uurnl Fanner.  Eastern  i_xcursioris  Daily Decern ber 1 to 31.  Sheep Aro Healthy.  Sheop  nro  generally   healthy,   the.v  nro  lramuno   from   tubeieuloHls.   and  loan tlinn ono-ten th of \ per cent wero    .t),   l(, (m,.H  condemned   of   those   Inspected   for ,       *  food purposes Iu 1012.  First Olnas round trip fares  From CUESTON to  TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA,  WINDSOR. $8100  MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON. #80 CO  ST   JOHN, MON-TON, -JHOO-OO  HALIFAX $105 05  Ot>rri"-,p'M'<lli)|j" farts from othor points  in Hhili.-iiH in ONTARIO, QUICBEC,  and MARITIME PROVINCES,  Hi turn limit llii(H) mon! lift.  Stop over iiikI <>\-toiiHlun prlvil peiv  Booklet   of   information    fiom   any  < Oan ullan Pud fin A,uoiir.  Eni'uiro   l-cgiirdliig   rbrongh   tourist  f  SPECIAL FARICS  IN   CONNECT-  T(*N   WITH    ATLANTIC   SAILINGS  .|. .NOVIS.MMEH 7 to D-OEMllEIt 31.  HORSE   HINT3.  Bnrbod  wiro nnd eolln are n  4*  bnd combination.  Whon training tho eolt ace that  {���������  tho ntraps nud  huclvk-s uro  In  good condition.  Irrogulnr feoillng, Impropor  feed, ehnnglng the feed or daui-  nged feed will ciiuho colic.  When the hoofs ai������ liuid nud  dry let your Iioi'huh have h good  *[  run on the 'thinh.  S BALED TENDERS addrea^^ t  the uudei-eigned, and sndorsod ������������������-Xende:  for Drill Hall, Victor- B.O," will b?e r  ,  ceived uutill ?4.(J0 P.M. on Thursday;  December II, 1913, for the construction'  of a Drill Hall at Victoria, B.O.  Plaus, specification and form of contract oan be ;se_u aud forms of lender,  obtained on application to the office o!  Win. Henderson, resident ?arohitect,  Victoria;7B.C.; on application to the  Postmaster, at Vancouver,;; B.Ov and at  this Department.    .   ?  Persons tendering are notified that'  tenders  will not ba considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,)  and signed with their aotual signatures, i  i-itatiug their occupations and places of J  resideuce. In case firms, the aotual]  s:guature, the nature of the occupation,  and place of residence of each inep_ber'  of the firm must be given.'        ->  Eaoh teuder must, be neoompanied by'  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,,  -payable to the order of the Honorable']  the Minister of _fub io Works, equal to-1  ten per cent (10 p c.) of the amount of  the tender, which  will be forfeited if  the person tendering becline to enter  into a cou tract when called upon to do  so,  or fail  to complete the work contracted tor.   If the tender be uot accepted rhe cheque will be returned.  ���������  The Department does not bind itself j  to accept tlie lowest or any tender.  ��������� By order,  R. O. DESROOflERS,  "������������������-'. l       Secretary.  Department of Public Work*,     .    .;  Ottawa, Novertibbr 11, lMJB.1  Newspapers will not,be paid fiiE'this  ndvetlHement ib they inBort it w.thout  authority from the Department.���������49488.  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  Excursions to the  United States  ���������  I) illy Diuuiiiib v 1  to .11.  L'nv   Hist   < 1 <ss   I'li'id   trip fam.s to  p.lulM   in   MINNESOTA,    ILLINOIS,  MISSOURI,   NKHRA8ICV   and   WI8-  l.D.SMI i'- .  lu l i>i mini iiiu'i"ii from Looul Agent  i.r  j-   of much uiiHOuiidnuHrt iu Iioihom,  ���������~**^M'**HHHH'*_4*4rl'-H^ j  U   PA WHON,  Ditsli id INinNeiiger Agent,  Oalgary, Albiiit.i  IJ������*1In of Hr. I'H'il'H.  Apropos of tho icnovatlon of th_  ilonn and cross of St. Paul's Catbe-j  drnl, London, It might bo montibpeijl  that tho bolls of tho famous churchY  aro rung on Sijpduys, Holy days, and!  ������i"oclal occasions '��������� y twolvo mombcr������'  of the Society of College Youth.. The  duty  of  chiming  Mie  'jella' for tho  woolc-day oorvlco ifalls upon a^or***������  Jtariison who, ly puuulng tbo ropos .  through  a norloo   of   pul.o>j,  thuu  bringing thom together, la   able   to  rhiino six holla by hlniuoir.   It might  bo montlouod that the Society of College Youtho had   boon   lu oxlstonco  ulnco 1A37.  Oilier Objection-.  Whllo Jamoj* McNoilf Whiatler, tho  iiceonlrlc pHlnter, wm tryln_ on a h_L  In n London shop. ono day, a customer riiHhoil In, and mlntaklng Mr.  Wbisitler for a clerk, oxclaiiuod- *'I  my, tltio 'at dooon't fit,". Tho artist  t>uii him for u minuto, and thon ro-  nlleil, penrnfullv "KlfttUn*. ������������-������--��������� -*--^;-  coat, and I'll be linn (rod !f ! 11_& thn  cuior oi  your irouHoro."  Hyde I'urk.  Originally   Hyde   l'ark,   London-  great playground, wan Inojooed for * !  bunting ground for royalty.    .} -^f,- ���������  __"^_-____!__  >  'l'*\'1<itl .-   :t .������ ���������ni.'Jlll'ilai  IM--i-iii_i--_i  iiMl������Mll_iiliW  BfiW_  J  .. :*...:-,- .x0...Mn,-mlan*.*m*amnm,���������_,��������������� mm THE  OF  CAriTAI* $15,000,000  ���������D__ilkl-.  0MMj_RCE  MONEY  ORDERS  f ?tH?^- "?; * ^-Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in *he Yukon  Territory) an4 in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  _ha fnllncrlni; t*a<-������e ������  *  the following rates:  $5 and under.   ������ves*    5 sad ������*���������*������ exes-_d������_fi. $_G.  10      *" ** 30.  ss  s*  30  ss  ������*  Si'  SS  SO.  3 cents  t>  .���������  IO  **  15  ts  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  as  ehould be made by means pf our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFT& and MONEY  ORDBR8.   Issued without dalay at reaaonabl-* rates,  Percy - B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Mf  MB.  I  I  Creston Hotel  \/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-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ran  Prop.  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Britain's   Comic Magazine Change*  Its 7<K_e������>0!d Design.  An item of- considerably more  than usual literary Interest Is the  announcement that for the first timo  for nearly seventy years, there is a  change ia the well-known cover design of Punch.  ; Few now living recollect Punch  lu. any other cover than his __5_.Sli&.?  garb. He has, however, as a matter  of fact, had a number of coats, not  less than seven, to be precise. For  the first three years of his existence  it was the custom to change the  cover design of the weekly issue  with each Ijalf-yearly volume.  ��������� The first number of Punch was  issued on the 17 th of July, 1841, In  a cover design by A. S. Hennlng.  The founders of. the ^paper were  greatly elated when the whole edition of 5,000 copies, was sold but on  publication, and their satisfaction  was increased when a reprint order  for an additional 5,000 was sold out  on the following day. A sale of 10,-  000 copies of the first number of a  threepenny humorous periodical was  no mean achievement in those days;  The second cover was a graceful  design containing many figures of  Hablot Knight Browne ("Phi_")9 a  contributor to? Punch for a long  number of years.  A third design was a delightfully  pretty" one by-William Harvey, the  Shakespearean illustrator. Mr.' M. H.  Spielmahn, Tn his interesting ''His-  'tory of Punch," tells of the rcoh-  sternation in the office- when a  charge of ������12 12s. was sent in with  the design���������"nearly half the. total  capital with which the ? engraver  La-dells a year before had begun  the concern J"  Sir John t*iibert was commissioned to draw the" next covert a fine  design which was subsequently used  a great number of years as a wrapper for the Punch Monthly Parts.  Six months later Kenny Meadows  produced the fifth cover,.which was  followed by a first design by Rich-  Of*'/!     iTtlAvIo     ���������������      Aw<*Twri'v\**     ia%      ftaoanf t**\  respects the forerunner of the now  familiar design, which latter was  produced by bim for the beginning  of the next volume, and was used  for the first time in January, 1849.  It is of interest to note that the-first  issue of the cover contained an advertisement, of Part 3 of Thackeray's  "Pendennls." Thackeray was - at  that time one of Punch's principal  contributors, and the firm of proprietors, under its then style of  Bradbury anl Evans, were publishers of his wbrks, as well as those of  Dickens, both of which were issued  first in monthly parts, the one.published on tbe 1st and the other on  xx..    m rx*.    _*   ....*.   w.-il  IUO     AVI.U     Ul     CHbM     *X**0*XVU.  It is safe to Bay tbat there is no  better known cover design in the  whole world than the famous drawing of Doyle's, which has now beeu  In use for more than 64 years. Th*>  addition of the second color .now  proposed is said to greatly enhance  Doyle's design, making the delightful figures stand out with greater  clearness and vividness.  discussion. For example, the British  defeat by the Zulus at Isandula was  well known to the Kaffirs of Cape  Town hours before the receipts of the  official telegraphic dispatch, and there  are very many instances of a like  kind. Now we have another reminder of the same fact in tbe refusal  of the British Secretary for the Colonies to inform Parliament as to tbe  whereabouts of the Camel Corps,  which is engaged iu operations  against the Mad Mullah in the wilds  of Somaliland. Any information that  might be divulged, said the Secretary, would be _nown by the Mullah  almost instantly. But by what means  does the. black man transmit his Information more quickly than the  white man can send it by telegraph?  It ,1s' no longer superstitious to suggest telepathy, but is it possible that  savages kaow more of this than we  do? Is it possible.that an/ one knows  more about anything than we do ?  England's Sinless, Village.  A sinless village has been discovered In England. It Js Blackwell, a  snug lMtle colliery town in the  Derbyshire hills. "I know of no  more model village than Blackwel!,'.'  says ihe general manager of the  local collieries. /'There is no sin or  wickedness here." The village  policeman enjoys a perpetual holiday. A new man has just been engaged. The last one left his job  through -.boredom'..."?.''"I am wasting  my life here," he said. It is all due  to J. T. Todd, general manager of  the collieries. Mr. Todd is a born  leader of men and this/combined  With the fact that he can at will  dismiss evildoers, practically the  whole population being employed at  the colliery,    is   the   secret   of   his  ___���������(. -������T*--���������  I  \1kina &&c>ra&   ihokl  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  ��������� t ���������  OOMMODIOUB  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST'AND MO  F*OF>UL.AS' NOTE    "  THE  Run- on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff . (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  Wm A. Hi  RON,  MANAGER  '^9 *-3ii ���������JS* '.3ft ������������������������ __: __: gL   *__*���������__* __*.*_������*_������*^a*-s>-*������.*7S*->������   ~  %f  m  Oar  store  is  nckv   filled   zvith  ^beattftful goods and everything is rum 9\  tn  for  EARLY SHOPPING  $ t&hich ypu krimv means  tbat you get  3J better Service and Selections.  Vtte' VOti tn <r_ntn&  m and //*.n_  ������������������ mtr mm  -.���������    ���������.~ mf        mmmm. . mmm *.. m      Xmx****       IrV   "   suggest  making yot  m  in*5  m  fs^*~tJi   rt 4*r\*������*0% A���������-.���������  m\00\ssy.   \*t *m/i*t i\+���������  *1������  far  ������.  .\.~  early*  selections ������t  ���������:**f5  m  m  Go,  m  'flfe  51  "Not at Home."  Toward the latter part of Dante  Qobrlel Rossettl's life he rarely left  his-house and garden, and preferred  to see bis friends and acquaintances  by appointment.  Woe betide the too  {*nt*r*lialv_  .fMn���������>      TJ.   J-  .,14   >l,���������l   ^_���������  JJS^^TleSfr^^Jcffi f|  S^ent of McLanglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand  _  iy and Feed Stables  and-the servant was nearly yielding  to the. impulsive stranger when the  painter of "Dante's Dream" leaned  over- the bannister and said in a firm,  mellifluous voice, "Tell the gentleman  that I am not at home."  Partinxo Your Orohard.  As neglected as the average farm  orchard is ln almost every particular  it probably suffers worse from the  lack of fertilization than from any ���������  other cause. It' is Indeed a rare caso  where the farmer or perhaps even tbe  orchardlst mnnures or fertilizes his  prcimra as thoroughly and no conscientiously as be does bis corn and. wheat  ground, says the Farmer's Guide.  iti  _  *#  K-ffir as Qood ��������������� Corn.  Kaffir Is as good n feed as.corn. B.  cau-e farmers nre learning this Kafllr  bas become one of the most Important  crops grown in Kansas today. Tho  grain is valued highly as a feed for all  _������-_������������������������ mm** >__.������������������ Brasses of llvo' stock.    In feeding five  .^ ? .I.?     . j,     ... v    ������>ii������Helft of Knfflr seed nre considered an  The mystifying rapidity with yhlch ' oeinK equivalent to  four  bushels of  native races obtain news of distant    ._ai|ad corn.  events has for long boett a matter of ���������_ .  TBJAM-SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  H. S. McCreath, Prop.  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"i   ���������   *i  Cv*T     ������. -ixiplliCL    WJllCU   IS  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  mm. Beaut  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  Funeral Director  ecior  _MB__BNSBB|  it DUKfw ������ bO*  Llmlt������d  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU  HR;      EDMONTO  ��������� ^sr. "aaa,'fam\^am. faal >.ma*0mam^taa.mi^ 0*mm}' aai ^aaKHimiM-������4p9*aaa '*  && - msmf'tiissi.'' ^nsf'fUi '<��������� _a^ *��������� fjj * ^ * ^m* ~ m*" prr ���������0*[*00 * jjSf* fit '  YSovoyour Piano hy  it      Wa MMM Mi ���������/��������� ������i>lt>*i**i *mi   m- * ^a  I mmmmwmmmm������      mmitm        sutJm.f****'"* I  ���������Htm jfnutmia-  aatwaaajyim  J.A.P. CROMPTON  CRCATON, ijs, C.  WORK QUARAl*T*KO. ALL  I   ' ! UWOH/i  * _ irv.Mvyyt'LL.  OALL  *******mmmimimxmmmLtmmm****m*m***imms**i**  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A QPEOIALTY  Dealer iu   high   class  boots and siioes.  OVER OS YEARS'  PERI_NC_  ^f^^^c  TnADc IWAnK������  DesiGNa  CopvHioHTa Ao.  Anrtmti ������t������-ndln_ ������ nVulrli nml <i<m������rl)iilnn nmr  qitlnlily nm*(*rltilri onr'ijiiiiioii froo ������������lif><linr ������tu  Itivniillnri la proliiililjr tmli<iiiiililr>*    <\niimuiilnn.  tloil������Hlrlally������HinllilrMilfnt. lldMOnrtOr nn I'ntnnui  I .,.,. i.linuJl.lKllllM.  .-..i,,,.,.^ .1,111,11, <t|.,i,i������.j .������  I'nimiio iriHf.,1 iliroutrlt  m^, ,.. w..m  Sckniilic Bntericait.  K thitndlaomolv llluulrriU-rl wiiUly. Ijknrrkt tilt.  o'UUi.u ui K.IIJ- >, uiiiitil.'. J������uiii,.l. Uuu* l..r  <'������n-i(1������, ll.Th it, yimr, j,o������Iuud imiiulrl.   Iliilil ������,jr  Ul IMWrMluklor*,  l*_llft-^K-S9!lVk. THE BEVIBIW. CRESTON, B. C.  ������=_:  sssjitmtttiutitt^  CANADIAN   FORESTRY  ASSOC.  A   Needle   In   a   Haystack  A bottle of hay was formerly much  used iu 'Derbyshire, England, and probably is so still, to denote'& bundle of!  Turned Down  Dear Mabel, be beg: ., do you love  me?  Oh, George'.  Don't you, Mabel���������just .. little, tiny  fodder cattle in a fieli-    When it was! bit?  difficult  to   find   anything   that   had i     Well, yes, George-  been lost the farmer folk wero woutj    And  it I  married  you  would your  to say: You may "as well hunt for it j father give   us   a separate  establish-  hay, which -was taken from a rick to  uh iflra ueeaie ra a DOtue oir nay.  Some times the rope tied round the  hay had a piece of wood with an eye  in it at the end, through which the  rope was passed to tie up the bundle  and a sharp point at the other end,  and this piece of wood may have been  called a needle; if so a needle of this  kind may have been referred to in  the proverbial  saying.  ment?  i'es,  George.  And take  me into  partnership?  Yes,  George.  And would your mother ?teep away  from us except when I invited her?  She would, George-  And your brothers and sisters, too.  Why  certainly,  George.  And of course  the old  gent would  *��������� '  j settle my debts.  Certain morbid conditions must ex-*     of  course,  Georgo.  1st in the stomach aud intestine-s to!     Aud buy us a motorcar and provide  encourage worms, and they will .exist j you with a handsome dowry?  as  long  as  theso   morbid   conditions;     Yes,  George,  permit then- to-    To be rid of fhenij     Darling,   will   you   marry   me?  and spare the    child    suffering,    use,     Xo, George!  Millers   Worm   _*ow"ders.    They   wiili _ .__.   correct the digestive irregularities b>-j___  ������,,,    _r__TU_D  destroying the worms, conditions fav-) Mfc  _ ALL   WtAluCIV  orable to worms will disappear,  and!  the child will bave no moro suffering-  from tbat cause. \  HARD ON UTTLE ONES  Whan Tied Together  An Irish couple, whose married bliss  Was not without a few squalls, received a homely lecture from their spiritual adviser regarding their disgraceful quarrels.  Kis Reverence���������Tbat dog aud cat  ���������"ou have agree better than you.  The rei-ly somewhat upset him.  If yer riverence toleu thim together  ye'd soon change yer moind.  Minard's Liniments Cures Burns, Etc  Cai'.adiaii fall weather is extremely  hard ou ii-le ones. One day it id  warm and bright and the next wet  and cold. These sudden changes  bring on colds, cramps and colic and  unless baby's little stomach is kept  right tlie res������> may be serious. There  is nothing to equal Baby's Own Tablets in keeping the little ones well.  They sweeten the stomach, regulate  the bowels, break up-colds and mako  baby thrive. The Tablets are sold by  ; medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  '��������� a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville. Out.  Dressed .he   Part  The  juvenile of  Puddltfurrow  had  The Lincoin Highway  Toronto, Ont.���������A. J. II. ~'-,_  _-. j    -i       ��������� .i���������i..i    ���������������������������-������������������      Tli���������    A: vl J.IJIUUIU,    UII. .���������.   ������J-   JJ-    J^.J\.ii_AVll���������    _i  opened then* cricket season,  f lie cU   : xiaga.a street, has written a let-  was, fine,   and   the   Player-   were     n. - Rnh^rtsrm.  ^oretarv oi  good form; in fact everything was in. i  ter to W- G. Robertson, secretary of  season, even the disgust of the sharp-   *&J^%������������������\  '   ',- whose garder* adjoined  ? i    * .?    V*,     \  League  here,   in  assist in the build  contributions   to   the  national   liead-  featured lady  the pitch.  Funnv- thine your bov Jimmy can't  otic ffi_V nex?1 om-. "wiiaK Ki.W will benefit Canadians far more  ways want to stand umpire for?    - j ;KV^eX_*������ *'   "  Pity  vou  can't get  sonuthing bet-; t_e  _nlte_ btates.  ter to do than to find fault, came the      ;i ^J^^g g&V^iiFl  reply.    Hes got i. right to stand urn- 'Ml-  I'-Kharar,   _to inroi.o  jou  taat l  pi?e if ho  likes, I  supposs. have received trom the Lincoln High-  P D.Waay he htU. snapped the sharp-   ������?y Association a circular asking for  but    next    rime     lie1?0   eacb   fron*   uiotor  car  owners   to  Important Work being Carried on for  .     ������Benefit   oJ,   the   Dominion  Someone has well said "The foljosts  of Canada may grow ou the mountain  sides, but their roots are deep In the  minds of the people."  For centuries the world has witnessed forest destruction going on in  the older eastern countries. The  curse of stunted development and the  scorn of modern nations are eome  upon those who c *od not for their  woodlands, but who, throu^ ��������� lire, Indiscriminate cutting and over-grazing  turned productive areas into barrens,  and smiling green mountain- into  stony deserts. The oldest nations are  generally speaking, Worse off in this  regard, but even In the heart of the  Eastern Stater, and some, parts'of Canada, there are hundreds of thousands,  of acres of land, now abandoned, with  heartbreak and misery written over  the doors of the broken-down houses,  and injustice���������grave, economic injustice,���������graven in the sand and rocks  of the barren soil. Nature, so kindly  in many things, had simply rebelled  against an improper use ot her bounties.  The impressions which prevailed 3 .  the old days, that, the forests of Can-  s.da were inexhaustible, that trees  were enemies "to progress, and that  even if tlie forest shonLl Buffer loss,  substitutes could be readily found to  take its place, aro rapidly passing  away. The forests of Canada are uot  inexhaustible; in fact, at tr. present  rate of cutting, there Ir- timber enough  to last much less than half a century,  unless we thoroughly protect the  young growth now coming. , Instead  of decreasing, tlie quantity of wood  consumed per capita lu tho last quarter century ia ns great-as, or greater  than, it ever was, despite tho tre-  nieudous advances which have been  mado iu the adoption of cment. steel,  and other products as substitutes for  wood. Evidently, there is a crisis  approaching. European nations will  need all their wood surplu- and vastly more; Canada and the Unit'd  States must look to their own supplies to meet the onrush of our Wood-  devouring civilization.  But the crisis is not so much to  be-feared In the consumption of Wood  as iu the destruction of-the great Balance Wheel of Nature. Says Gifford  Pincliot. ex-Chief Forester of the  United States, "The connection between forests aud rivers 13 like that  between father aud son. No forests,  no rivers." Tlie floods and droughts  of the Far East, of Sicily, Crete and  Spain, the torrents and erosion of  France and some parts of America,  are due practically alone to the deforestation of the mountain slopes.  Dr. B. E. 'Fernow has clearly stated the great issue as it stands before  tbe people of Canada to-day:  "When the questions of the extension of suffrage to women, of tariff*,  taxation, of coinage and currency;  which are all merely incidents, will  Lave sunk into the background, the  question of tht, economy of the resources which constitute and sustain the  ���������������������������o  ing of the Lincoln Highway, sending j political commercial, and social ^ow-  fcatured  lady;   but    next    "time  sneaks  my  old  man's nightshirt off  the line to dress himself up in he'll get  something that'll  ���������uue him want to  give other fellows a chance.  Bread  and  cheese and klss_������s:  They  go together, hey?  I have met with misses  Who didn't think that way.  Not Like Patients  A  Scotch  doctor,  new  to the  Kun,  adventured uptni a day's rabbit shooting.  Chased by tho -"������������������rrelv, bunny wa* a  rather quick moving tnrger, and lho  medico was not nvetlvig wlHi tho success bo anticipated.  I-Iang lt all, man! ho exclaimed Impatiently to tho keeper who accompanied  hlni.  these    beasts    aro  help build a highway from the Atlantic to the Pacific and asking: Will  you help? This i: a worthy enterprise. 1 dv not think there is a Canadian but who would appreciate making a trip from the East to the Pacific Coast ovei this highway. I myself  have sent a cheque for $3 and will  take pleasure in riding over it some  time if everytl ing stays well with  nie.  Outsldo of th"l 1 appreciate the op-  l.ominity   to  subscribe  to  a fund  in  memory of such a grand man as Abraham Lincoln, who was, to my way of  thinking, one of thn greatest English  speaking men ever born, the man who  abolished  slavery in  America. Think  hov.'   Canadians   v. ill   appreciate  this  Highway.     Automobile owners in the  Southern Scutes, or Michigan or Mln-  t������������ j nesota   have  no  more   right  to  subscribe   to   the   highway  than   Canad-  Anothor reason why Canadians  appreciate  this  high  way  is  er of the nation���������long neglected���������will  still claim atLenticn; for only those  nations wbo develop their natural resources economically, and avoid the  waste of that which they : roduce, can  maintain their power or even secure  the eon-nuraico of their separate existence. A nation may cease to exist as well by the decay of its resources as by the extinction of its  patriotic .spirit.. While wj are debating over th3 best methods, of disposing of our wealth, we gradually  lose our very capital witl out even  realizing tho fact. Whether fertile  lands are turned into deserts, forests  i:.to waste places, brooks into torrents, rivers changed fro:.,i means of  power and intercourse into means of  destruciio* and desolation���������these are  questions which concern the material  existence itself of society; and since  such changes become often irrevers  ible, th? damage Irrem* liable, and at  the saint time the extent of available resources becomes e--aHer in  proportion to population, their-consideration is finally much moro important than those other questions of the  day.  When, as is stated by experts, the  coal of 'America is due to be exnaust-  ed within tho next century, the oil and  gas m itus, the absolute necessity of  preserving the rivers whioh hold at  present our only other source of power stands as one of ti e prime duties  of the nation.  Fifty per cent of the Don inion of  Cam da is fit for growing treo crop**  cnly. Wood enough to supply tho  nation for -all time ea,- bo producted  on these lands. At present they are  to a great extent fire-swept, uncared  for, unproductive.. On these forest  areas the forest must be maintained  if this nation is to rise to its full development.  This !g ������ democratic country. Our  chief pride is the liberty of our people and the freedom of our institutions. On the will of the majority  rests, all the stru iture of our develop-:  ment. The advance . of the great  movement for the coonomlo handling  of our forest resource will depend  solely on -.hs attitude of the Canadian people. Never was the saying1  'As a man thlnketh, ao ho is,' so  truly applicable as to th������ nation at  the present tlmo.     If the Canadian  !lf"r*l*l"    <lr\Tn,..Vi|t\rt    tl\    \tl\CL1\  >ho   ���������f/vrjvjtu  from destruction,    the   water-powers'  from  diminution,   and  the Irrigation  streams from loss, these things oan  done.  Some day tln> Canadian Forestry  Association will not be necessary.  The forests ot the country will be as  cjvrefully managed as a modern farm  or factory. There will be no waste,  no fires, no bankrupting of the coming generations for the benefit of the  present. ;  '  But at tha present time the Association is needed ��������� needed badly;  Great as Y-..-S beeu the progress in  forestry matters in the past fey years,''  t1.r>.������'x      /. + MI      mf..v.^l..~      X 1. f.      0n f.X      Xl^f.X.    -.--_  r.,.1-4%,     aval*.     iUiUttUI^     UJtT     J.1I. ���������U     UL10.K.     tlUJ  forests are burn.bg, our*, lands .,are  implanted, our people wasteful.  The Association advocates���������  1. The exploration of the public  domain, so that lands unsuitable for  agriculture ir.r.y b<. reserved "for timber production.  if.' The pres-c-ivatic*- of the forests  for tt-eir influence on climate, soil and  water-supply.  3. The promotion of judicious methods in' dealing with forests and  woodlands.  4. Tree planting on the plains.and  on streets and highways.  5. Reforestation   where   advisable.  6. The collection and dissemination of information bearing on the  forestry' problem in general.  ���������Before us lies a great inertia to'.he-  overcome. How long will it take  through appeals, education, co-operation nnd stringent laws to make 'us  all careful with fire in the woods?  How much must be dono to bring  about a thoroughly scientific management of all of our timber resources.  The Association should be a vital,  active, powerful untl. It should carry this gospel of the conservation of  the basis of our prosperity into every-'  home in the" land. It needs; nothing  but '.thev opinion,' convictio..-* and conscience of the Canadian people behind  it; iiot-iug but 'earnestness'-and''determination on the part of the citizens, focusse'd on his question, . to  bring about active refor-n.  The Association wants to be useful; it jjrants to do all in its power  to make the voice of individuals potent in the land. To himself aud to  the future every citizzen owes it to  see that his influence is felt, and the  Association heartily invites farseqipg  patriotic men and women to join with  thousands of others to the same end.  '��������� '��������� 1  rHF-t-.  I.N f^***  EASYTOU&E /  *QOO. FORTHE SHaES  ������   ���������'    I'l'M'r  Dally Market Xjetter and Sample? Griln Bagrs.  Send us yonr name and address and we will  put you on our mailing list���������It's free.   Let us  keep you posted on market -���������prices for grain. ���������':   ���������  Personal attention given to soiling and grading of all  oara.    Our Car Tracing and  Claim Departments work 'n  our  clients* interest'}. We have ������very facility for prompt service and  we get best results for shippers.  .    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AUSON5A  5,000 TONS iNew 1909)  From Montreal to London  (via Plymouth)  NOV.   1���������AUSONiA  NOV.   15���������ANDANIA  NOV.  22���������ASCANIA     7  From Portland to LEverpoo)  (via CJueensto-wn)  alaunia; DEC* 9  Special Christmas Sailing  From Porttard'to London via Plymouth, Ausonla, Dec.  13  ror particulars of gailinrs and services from Montreal "Portland, Boston "and  ���������New York, apply to Local Agents, or  Th-'Cunar"   Steamship Co., Ltd., 304 Main Street, Winnipeg  ARE YOU S14TISFIED WITH YOUR KETURNS ?  IF NOT, SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO  Canada Atlantic Grain Co.* Limited  GRAIN COMMISSION  MERCHANTS  Grain   Exchange      -       -   .   Winnipeg, T..an.  Licensed���������Bonded - - -   . Established  1.91.0  MMU OOULD  _J__T 1SIHB _f  I1UI   If HLH  quick I'or nie.  Aye,  doctor,  tbo  pawky keeper re- j \ann.  piled, but yo surely dldn.i oxpect tbem 1 sbould  ..,.,  ���������   ...,-, ,   ...  tao lie still llko yor patlcirts to ye | because It will be impossible for Can--  kill tbe in. ������ j adii 10 build a motov liigliway witb    i tlie ������*ou_li country to contend with between  Toronto and Winnipeg,  oondi-j  Here's a chance I  for you to buy  your range from  the factory and  save 30%���������to  buy it ou easy  terms and to get  the very range  you would choose, even if you  had to pay the retail price.  Our freer took shows you  exactly whit tJwrrange i* li-e. ll de-  icnbes *ach point cl������������ily, ���������ml w������  _u_r_<i,te_" our range to bo juit  ��������������� repr-tent-d.  You mi������Kt ������������������ well itve tlie retail  profit.    Mail the coupon lo-day.  Dominion  Pride  Range     mt*msSA  JPoli������h������d  Meet body���������*  unbreakable  -joor* moA  cati-t**- ���������  .beautifully  B^ nickelU)  0x������m4*       mitlk..  Matleatile ft   ^l^  Cf., llmlt-i*', 0������ti������wa. ^f  rit*.i������ ioud Uaok.  ^^     W_ Pay  ^^    l-reigbt  tions  that  i.ro  not  the  same ln tho 1  ' United  SI atop.  ��������� I would like to aoe I lio Lincoln  i IliKliwny proposition brought to tho  ; ntteniiou of the different motor clubs  j of Cain<lu aiiil 1 feel coufldent the  I (..'uiiiidiiin   people  will  look  upon  tills  EUbjcet   .n-a   very  generous manner.  (���������anntlinns will be 1r.u1 li elosor to this  invent 1.1.<r;hwny f'.rnn tlie nvovago oltl-  j _e:i of Ibo United Htntes. '��������� nm writ-  ��������� ing as a  Canadian of the sixth gen-  ��������� iM-nilon, born wltlnn IS niiloH of To-  I ronio  He  Lost  A golfer note..I for li.'s meanness  iiolifed tlinr 11 nf-ri'inge lad wan eiirry-  1 lag bin einbH.  You're not the boy I have usually  liad. he  ijiihl.  >:.,, :ir. replied iho lad; you nee  ���������������������������r   1''. "-im'   vl'.oM   "Mf   e-.Hpl'.r*  for  you.  Oh, I m.������i', Mild tli ft golfer, and you  won'.'  No, annuel wi the caddie, Borrow-  Hilly,  1   loi-rt.  nxproBfi  and bo  Sl.e wan giving onloru nt  i-nti-, for Uuy were inari-led:  :ik 11 rub* tlw mo"', meek and auhnihi-  live ot men. wii*- Hko ine |H*ovei*blul  worm.  bcir|iii)!ii).'   in  1 urn.  ,    ri'      I I.', ui I 1 Y    ��������� ii.ii.    JUI|  Of   111"   llllll ( l-HO?  ��������� if   '������������������     '���������"*     1     '. 'ti.il     tli'"  I III    V ' r 11    (IIHIi  I III"   I lio   <A lull  ��������� ���������������''.  lil-lil    Ji  lor   Ol  ll.  Nimi   *.dir������;������-  ������������������ m,*t*<**mr������m* ���������  r/__ *��������� I  w.  Indolent  Ih ,lo.|*'!i j;i/.;. '.'  I .,!/.,' |,||     M.illll,.      llll       il, 11   u,t       llllll  go   li:i(    /.   rtrn'olvVvr   door,  nml   (lien  vvnlL   for*   Homebody   to   ronu"   In   nnd  f      ���������*!    .1 ,1       ,1 i\, U.U]  She Was So 111���������Restored to  Health by Lydia ������. Pink-  ham's Vegetable  Compound.  Pentwater, Mich. ��������� "A year ago I was  very weak and the doctor said I had a  seriouH displacement. I had backache aud bearing  down palna bo bad  that I could not alt  in a chair or* walk  across tho floor and  I was in severe pain  all the time. I felt  discouraged as I had  taken everything Jl  could think of and  -was no better. I  began takitifv Lydia E. Pinkham's Ve****  etnblo Compound and now I am strong*  nnd healthy."���������Mra. Aucn DaiU-NO,  R.F.D. No. 2, Box 77, Pentwater, Mich.  ItcntlWImtAnotlierWonmnjiayi'ii  Peorlr^ 111.���������"I bad curb backtches  that I could liardly stand on my feet. 1  would feel llko crying out Iota of times,  nnd had such a heavy feeling in my right  side. I had such terrible dull headaches  every day and they would make me fe������l  00 drowoy and sleepy oil tho tlms, yet I  could not sleep at night,  ���������'After I had taken Lydia E.Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound a week I hngnn to  ioijuovo.      tuy   utickjiciiu   ������vu;r  ]i.;i.i  am*  that heavy feeling in my aide went  nway. I continued to t_k������t thu Compound and am cured.  " Vou may publish this Jf you wi.ih."  --.-������������..���������, ri **,* 1, n*tiwiT7. Tt.u. No i  Wox (Vi. Peoria. Til.  Such letters* prov** Ui* value of Lydl*  E. PlnVbam's Vegetable Compound'foY  woman'** IIU.    Why don't you try it?  A Thorough Pill.���������To clear the  stomach and bowels of impurities  and irritants is necessary when their  action is irregular. The pills that will  do this worlc thoroughly aro Parmeleo's Vegetable* Pills, which are mild  in acllou but miglV.y. in r'osults.Tuey  v.nvan pnlnlescly and effectively, and  work a~ permanent euro. Thoy can bo J  used without fear by tho most delicately constitute.1, aa thoi'e. aro no  painful effects preceding their gentle  operation.  The Wlddor's Pig  Mlko Murphy was taken to task by  his spiritual advisor tor having stolon  Widow MaloncyV. pig. The evidence  against M.lko was ������o direct and posl-  tlvo that It was worse than useless tor  him to dony tho crime, and ho listened  with downcast eyes nnd much meekness to a wall-deserved locturo from  the priest upon tho wlckodness of tho  theft ho had committed, till tho rev-  orend gentleman askod him what he  would say ou lho Day of' Judgment  ^fiCKKNlGtfT  -.' ���������'. w^,-...'. -ti '.-r^r^iirJi-wnrc^^^   ,".'        '���������    \?..-M    '  for Brightness  BLACK  A Paste I  NoWaste  1  AND LlGHTNESSrU5E  Knight  "*"      **   I No Dust  the RF. Daluey G; ltd.Hamilton.Ont.I No Rust  FARMERS  Can always make sur* or oettlno the highest u'rlcea for WHEAT, OAT8.  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and havlnq them oold on commlsBlon .by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-703   V.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEO   when ho should bo confronted by Mm  Malonoy and Jier pig, when? ho briBht  oned up at a happy thought, and.snld:  And yo say that tho plg'U be there  and Mrs. Malonoy'll bo thore, ** tbo,  living witnesses against you. What,  I repeat, can you ahy In auch a pre-  sonco?  Yor Hverende, I'll say, Widow Ma-  loney, thoro'a yer pig, take It.  ������_-���������������,-������-������������������-._������������������������.���������m>.m*m -,_ 1*4  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  A Good Hand  Booth Tarklngton, llko most lltora-  toura, wrltoa a wretched hand. Of  thlo ha sold ln Now York recently:  Onco, crdBSlug to Naples, I sat on  To tho leader ot a band, Jocularly  apoken of In tlbe local, y as lho worst  In sovon different counties, thero  once Ciino a mnn with .a rcaurr.t that  tho band play nt a cousin's funeral.  In It a military funeral askod tho  leader.  Not at all, wns tho reply. My cousin was no military man; In fact lie  wns novor interested ln matters military. Nevertheless, it was hla express wish "that your band should  play at his  funeral.  Tlio loader waB surprised and  flat-  t,������ veil.  "*1h that so? he asked.  Yi-h, responded ihe other, ho eald  lie wanted everybody lu tho plueo to  he sorry that ho died.  a. chair with pad and fountain pen at  work on a short story. A young  Poorian Btoi������*bod before mo.  By goBh,.ho said, I wish 1 could  wrlto as woll *~ you do,.  I smiled and Uio Peorldu resumed  his promenade*, Tho noxt Umo ho  passed me ho eald again:  Gee, what a h'audl; If l could only  wrlto like that!   ���������  Again I A-mlted a flaUer.d smile, and  the 'Peorian mado anothor round ot  tho dock.   Thou he said a third tlmo:  Oh, if I oould only wrlto a hand  llko youra!   7 ,  -Mottled * Utile by tt$Ui third interruption I oald:  well, what would  you do If you  oould?  Go to Obltm, said the Peorian, uud  wrlto labels tor tea boxes,  Scored  Mr. Smart wa������ a very testy old fellow, ond there waa one thing ho hated more Mart another aud that was to  bo caught napping. As a conse-  quonco ho> was always vory suspicious  of nny deed or word tho full moaning  ot .vhloli ho c/iild not grasp.  A few days .'-.ko ho paid u visit la  tho -oo, and bolng fond of animals,  was greatly Intei-osied, and soon got  Iuto convcniatlan with ono of th������  koopcrs. A vory outcrltUnlug chat  ensued.  As Mr. Smart wao. about to loav������  tlio koopor turned to him and asked:  Py tho way, sir, havo you soon our  black-faced antelope?  Thoro, thought tho old gent, wa*  an attempt to 'havo htm.'  TSTo, itlr, lio ropllod, stiffly. I huv*  not. . May X ,ult ���������with whom It v.'ti  that your black-facod aunt oloped.  rsssr.  1. lln,   UiJ    '>��������� >������'  4 . W  , I  ,     v.   ,   .  Oli.  Indeed!    And    what    do    you  think Is mine"?  Oh, you .bust Rive yottrnolf away.  Dacoii'*- Mother's Advice  Jiacon'o mother appears to have kept  a sharp oyo on his behaviour long  after ho had attained years of tllaoro*  M<j,i. Tu '1S9������, vrticfc he v:.i5 IWrty-  throo yoara old and the leading orator  in the lloufto of Commons, wc Iind her  wrltliiK to hor son:   ���������  Look wdllto your health.     Blip not  nor sit up lat*.     Bnroly I think your  ���������*���������       ������        **     - ...        4    .. **      .,     *  *���������,**���������   -...I   -        1     *mx    ������������������-������>.  II. v, *.���������.���������*  VAiiiti-*.**..*^     ****'     w v*.������ ������������������������ ������i' -��������� ���������������     .<���������*.������*���������*.������������������-      *_.._.   *  .....1 ,v,tir V.rr.th.-.r'H dlsrrB'rlfin vcw*  much I never know any but alciilyl  thut used It, besides being ill for heart!  and eyes.   Obnervo well, yot In tluie.l  Successful  In all tho Humorous -ailments caused  by dofoctlvo or Irregular action of  tho organs of digestion and elimination���������certain to prevent Buffering  and to improve tbo general bcaitti--������  _T_l_ff'_Pfl_IH.B M Ifl'O  Dtt-iinAino  ���������Ml.Hlllll.      *������.*    !������4> J.,Ht iMk '  Eh3i_m������ mm mm       mm       mmm*  |���������,^1. mmg igg      |g      ^mmm  irii������i^Qj -  Bulil ���������t^rr-r^I-e*"*-'.  J<������ I.���������������������*"- V.p *-n>ts..  1  ^-ii!!,'J^J'*^****i^*tf<  Ci  iillliiWniilllllliil  mtmk ������������������J"  ��������� ^'^'���������a^_i">!B������S9s  THE REVIEW, Ciit-STUI^, E.  i������-_Td-__ft������tf������'tt-������sO������P,-flwe*i_'  ��������� [������������������HH^������'tw%>"������"6^'*-'Q  ���������Ke   * -^1 **���������     m���������t  Court Cards  And Cupid  i'  fhe Jack Captured the Queen  and King.  'By  COLIN   3.   COLLIN8.  I^Nl-^-^sl^Mf-^Nl^sl-lliilNtHtttt-litA:  iv -"Jack o' Spades," Culbert called him  '*_at first morning ho had gone to work  l'~   tho Buckley building.    Protests,to  re effect that fails namo wais John Sy-  nds wore of no avail.    His name  Ss_9 Jack,aud?ke.was as black as the  e of spades? so the name cliing.  At flrat ho was angry, but one could  t remain angry long witb Evingsland  .Colbert, and In the ond Jack wound up  fcy paying him a hem worship that at  Itwuies threatened to cost lhe man bis  pfolae*-.  ���������"She fio_e ftole a watch, _a_  ho'gjifeer h������r*n  "What -aro you talking about?" Oui-  bert cried.   "Miss McQueen k thiefI.  Impossible!" v  "fl������ done say he want to see hesv  about a watch that was stole," insisted Jack.   "Ah done bear him."  "A policeman wishes to see we?"  asked the girl. "About a watch?'  Jack nodded. "I think I can explain,"1  oil- went oo, turning to Ouibert  "When���������when it happened I stopped  wearing your watch, and used mother's. I left yours on the bureau, and  when I came homo ic was gone. ������  made a complaint tb tho police, and I  suppose the*? hare caught the thief and  wish me to Identify soy property."  r-'But vrhat havo I to do with it?" he  asked.  "I don't know," she replied, ".lack  Just camo after rue, his face livid with  fear. I supposed tbat something terrible had happened, that perhaps"������������������  ti "I waa in trouble," Culbert suggested, snpplyingrthe break. "I have been  tempted to, but It seemed cowardly to  kill myself.   Wbat 1 cannot understand  S^pcsltlon, for with Gul bert in the ele-  ���������^���������ratoritTan express to tho noxt to the  fep floor? no miatter  what the other  ^passengers might threaten. ~  _Rv Byt??Jack? Imd gained the position  Kthrough haying saved Buckley's Httlef  ������girl from a runaway accident, and he  Rinerely smiled^tolerantly J at the com-  B^friaints and*suggested thatperbapsirbe  ���������levator had become unmanageableT  I  Until Edith McQueen came Culbert  | tad reigned alone, but after that he  *was?relegated to second place, the, only  Instance   wherein,   according   to?Ben  j^Hodgman. the?queen outranked both  | iing and jack in the pack,  ft - Miss   McQueen   was   employed   by  Efodgcaan ���������_ Pettit. whose office -was  on the third floor, and it w.as Culbert'a  habit to drop off at their offices on bis  way out to lunch and pick up the girl.  r. Be bod obtained tbe position for her,  And it was understood that tbey were  .' engaged, though no golden band announced that fact.  Then there came the day when Jack,  noticed that Miss McQueen bad been  '* crying when she came in. Culbert did;  not arrive until late, and his face was  drawn and very -white.. Se .did not  even smile when he nodded to Jack.  -CICTIrkA^.     Um    mm~^X   ?...*.   x.~     [n-,.U     l.m    ct*-r.m������mi*  V* _*;_    ,1*3    ���������.VX,x.\*Imx    %.v    ��������� _���������������._    __   Kixmj ^IX  twice as long as usual, and when be  did return it seemed to Jack  ������**.   mm^lx & .-^mm.x.   +fm   .\.mmmm.m&.  CQ^GFRfJiMfi   upSTAURANtS*  - _������������������  ������lao������e Where You Can Get Everything  Except Nourishment.  A. restaurant is a place where you  pay f4 for 15 cents' worth of  grtf������3 accompanied by about ������2 worth  of light labor, light china and light  Eiusie, .which you havo heard before.  After ieaving youp hat with a Wall  street syndicate, you pay all the way  from ���������.IO cents to a quarter for tho  privilege of getting it hack and wear*  ing it once more. Tho difference between a man and woman indeed today is quite simple. A woman pays  |00 all at once for her hat, whilo a  man pays ������5 for his and fifty-five mora  in tip installments for storage at restaurants while he is vainly trying to  obtain enough, nourishment to sustain  life between times.      '���������'���������  Tho object of all,: restaurants is to  furnish you with everything you wont  except nourishment. This is carefully  extracted from all food before it reach.  esyoo.  Every restaurant nowadays has attached to it a homeless hotel and a  British Cheesea.  Brit-th cheeses are all made from  cow's milk without any mixture, save  in the case of "loaf" cheddar, whieh is  lometimes flavored with sage leaves.  "Ain't lawyers for to keep peopie  from goln'td jail?" the boy demanded.  "And ain't you tbe bes' lawyer?"  "You cann'otexpect me to answer  ���������no' to that,"; laughed Culbert  VDat's it,".explained Jack. "I bruug  her up here to-save her."  The two threw back their heads and  laughed? and In that laugh, tbe misunderstandings1 were forgotten.. Culberjt  tucked her under his arm in the old  familiar way and unlocked the door.  "1 guess I'll go down with you and  see the officer," he said. "It looks important to *bave your attorney."  He threw open the door, and .Tack  slipped put. There was a soft but signs Scaatsouod that brought agris to  Jack's face, and then the two followed  h|m Into tbe ear*        * ���������     -~. s ��������� ���������  The big policeman grinned at Jack'  in most friendly fashion when the interview concluded, and he stepped into  tbe car. ��������� On the up trip Culberf~slip-  ped a btliinto his hand.  I.~-���������     .    .���������-  joes with this," bo said, "but that  comes a little later. This is a time, my  boy. when the Jack of Spades captured  the Queen of Hearts and the King of  Idiots." ti:ti. "���������<.;���������'  "Yesslr," assented Jack, wondering  what it all meant He knew about tbe  wedding cakes and ten dollar bills.  The rest was Greek, but satisfactory  because bis fciug and queen were  pleased.  OraglU~3   Ul-Ug-tux.'-.    uioxj   ������.   uonouajJCf.  stand whero you can buy a pa������er for  not-over twice what you can get it  for across the street, and a bos office  tHgnensary where you can get theater  tickets for almost any night you don't  want them at tho samo rates. Every  restaurant also has a wine cellar which  is -lied"with native cobwebs, European labels and California grape juico.  ���������Life..    . -    ?.:  A Matter of Personal Rights.  "Here, how is this?" demanded the  conductor, savagely. "You have thirteen children, and they are all trying  to travel on half rate tickets."  The man and woman addressed looked at each other, and a flush that suggested them to be guilty of trying to  swindle lhe railroad came .to their  cheeks.   But they made no response.  "How old is that girl back there?"  continued  the conductor,  pulling  hia  Cruel Tail Docking.  Horses in Italy are docked in a cruel"  ������������������fiu disfiguring fashion. Several uf  the caudal vertebrae are amputated���������  lt is a kind of crippling���������and th������  plague of flies in Italy, against which  the horso Is rendered helpless, is of a  kind never known In America.  iwsriFi n  Sewing by Machine.  Tbe earliest-attempt at sewing oy  machinery of which there is any authentic record was in 1775, in which  year a machine was patented in England by Charles F. Weisenthal.  ��������������������������� Amber,, ���������. .  If you are buying a pipe nnd want to  make sure you are getting a mouthpiece of genuine amber the imitation  made from gum copal can be detected  by soaking in alcohol. Sometimes real  amber pieces are glued or melted together to imitate the- solid piece, but  these will fall apart If submitted to  the alcohol test.  Testing a Diamond.  A diamond plunged Into water will  be   plainly   visible   and   wiii   glitter  through the liquid, while an imitation  atone is almost Invisible.  Brouthers Thinks it Was the Best tha  Game Ever Saw.  In the midst of a rabid pennant discussion two experts suddenly switched into a heated argument as to which  waa the greatest infield that ever played���������the Chicago Cubs, wllh Chance,  Evers, Tinker and Stelnfeldt, or Mack's  Athletics, with Mclnnis, Collins, Barry  and Baker,?? '���������* titi ?' i  The rebuttal was finally put np to  us and we ia turn passed it aiong io  Dan Brouthers, who has been a good  bit closer toringslde and who should ���������  know...???'        . .?������������������ titi  Daniel has been oil some fair infields I  himself. He hit .419. for tbe old Detroit clan of 1887 with a quartet embracing Brouthers, Richardson, Bowe  and White. He bit .344 for the Baltimore. !.__eld. of 189*. Which embraced  Brouthers, Reite, Jennings and Mc-  Graw. He has played on the best and  has seen the others pass in parade before him year after year?  "Why." commented Big Dan., r "a  choice between the Cubs and Athletics  for the greatest Infield? They were  both good, and the Athletics are still  in harness.. But neither ranks as the  best���������not for mo when I think of that  Boston infield of 1897, witb Fred Ten*  I PRACTICAL HEALTH  mwf.t'  ti:$ti^:;Ktimm  '.-1 > V������i3_S  \M  Concerning * Dandruff.  Alcohol applied several times a N  week to the scalp will cure dandruff.     If   you   find ��������� tbat   this  mnkps tlie scalo and hair too dry "  add six teaspoonf uls of castor oil  to one pint of alcohol.    JSo one  should  neglect  curing  dandruff  once it has appeared.*   If allowed lo coutinue the hair will become   very   thin   and   baldness,  may result.   It is very necessary  to keep the scalp clean while it  is thus diseased.. Daudrnff Is In  vfectIous, so be very careful that  ho one uses your comb and brush  or wears your hat.    These are  the things  that usually  spread  the disease?  CAVES OF REFUGE.  ;  Scheme to Reduce the Loss of Life in  Mine Explosions,  iiefuge cuves are now _e������ng propus*  ed as a means of saving life in coal  mines. Tbe idea is to have In each"  mine one or more caves dug out of tbe  solid coai or rock from one of the raaiu  passages of the mine.    The-entrance  to tbe cave from tbe main passage-  ney at Grst, Bobby Lowe at-second, i-way would be a long, narrow tuunel  Herman Long at short and Jimmy Col- (with  three or  four sets of  massive  Corks ef Gatalenia.  The cork industry, especially the  'manufacture bf bottle corks, is the  inost distinctive one of Catalonia, This  industry is confined exclusively to the  province of Gerona and the world de-  jjends to a very considerable extent on  the supply of cork from this province.  -.' Belgium's Laces.  The principal laces made in Belgium  are  the  Brussels,   Venetian,   Malines,  Lille,  Parisian,   Valenciennes.  Bruges  and Flanders;  tawny mustache.  ..    ���������"She-will be twelve tbe 2d of Novein-  "There's  a  piece  of   wedding  cakev j*    ,.  re iiefl the^womauTfiguring  ii  o-ops   with   ihis."   -bo   said,   "but   tbat     ������������������_..���������_-_��������� ���������:!! *. ^^lu���������  bad bad more than the one cocktail he  usually:allowed himself.  ? Miss McQueen did not go out to luncb  St si- and when.her employers hsd.rid-  fisn dovvti to lunch,together?Jack slipped into the office to ask if "no could  bring her ih somethings There he.:'"foun^  _cr?with' her head upon .'her arms? Her  ?������yes glistened with tears as she raised  oer?face at thosound^pf his'entrance. -  "Don't yoii want a cup o ��������� r tea, Miss  Queeoie?!\_e pieaded.. "it's sho" good  _ori.be headache." Y  She-shook ber? head with;a wan Kttje  smile, and Jack slipped out again? That  night the car. passed Colberts, flooi  twice before it stopped for him. A king  had been deposed.  But?he?was reinstated'again because  of bis evident suffering. After that  first day he did not repeat the cocktail  episode; indeed, he seemed oblivious to  lunebtiumrand -never by any chance  used; the/elevator when Miss McQueen  might happen to bef'goin?; out or in.  Jack ptmdeced the situation, but there  was only one conclusion possiblein his  liraited'ofrperieiit'e. There had "been, a  quarrel,.,vandLboth wore too proud,tb  speak tirst,* ";���������'������������������"  It grieved  hi nil  because they  were  good  friends .of his., theso twpi and  their quarrel hurt him as much ps It  V   seemed to hurt them.   Moro than once  ho WAS tcijjptcij tO Spciik to Oiie Oi' iiie  other nnd tell bow the other suffered  but a certain delicacy held him back,  and he could only miserably wait the  turn of events.  Then camo Jack's scare. It was a  dull afternoon, and ho let the elevator  drop slowly down. At the ground floth  ho throYi*' opeu tho door to look up at  a huge policeman; not Charlie, who hnd  tho beat and wbo sometimes came in to  get warm, but nuother man, n stranger.  Though ho bad nevor had direct dealings with the police, Jack was afraid  of them. To him tbey wore not guard-  -fnnn of the peace. Thoy wero men  who arrested people. Whon tho big man  domnndod to know which office Miss  MeQneen was Jn. refreshing hla memory ns to the nnmo from a formidable  looking dbcuuieut. Jack's heart snnk.  "'������������������"I want "to bpo hor about n etolon  wntrti," ho addod, nud Jack's misery  was fomploto. Tho llttlo chatelalue  Bhe hud worn bad been replaced Intoly  by o mure elaborate uffalr or cold wl.th  a long elvnln. It must bo this ono thnt  was wanted.  Thore was only one thing to bo done.  Iladu't Mr Cnlbett got lho Janitor  ont of Jail thnt tlmo he hnd troublo  with his wlfo? Jack rou the car up  to tho Hl*tb floor nnd with n vague  "To the left" Hlmt (he door and drop-  pod down to tho third.  lie burst In upon Miss McQueen with  a faco gray with horror and excito-  went Bho roso uncertainly at Ma call  and cnuH* Into the hall.  Ilo fairly dragged lior Into tho car  and ahot up to tho iop iloor. Through  the lattleo guard ho could act* the officer descending tho stairs. Bomo oho  ���������jji3 iolil ���������sir.'*, where the _������''! wv-11,  and no wan going after her.  Pantlnc with fear, he htoppftd at the  goventh Iloor and pushed MIhh McQueen Into Culbert's office, closing ������**rt  tnrtUw the door after him. Cnlbcrt  |Anl-**d un warily from tho do������k.  ���������'Wbnt's tho matter, tiaeuV'"  ��������������������� uw  manded,  with a  formal  bow to tho  -rlrl.  ���������"Dftt'i a'policeman after her," ho ox-  / An Aeroplane Compass.  A compass has now been-made for  aeroplane pilots that will automatieal-  !y- mak������7 tuG necessary Stlowasco .o*.  the side drift of the .maehlne. An  jeropiane fiylng across the wind may  drift to one sid_ as much as twenty  miles in an hour's flight so that in  such' a wind *an ordinary compass  'would be useless, Vhlle the* standard  methods of a ship's captain for calculating" and aiiowiug for the drift are  hardly praetieal?~for an airship. The  new: compass has ,sa transparent bot-  outoh her finger ends.  "And how old is that boy, next her??1  "If he lives till the 27th of "Nbyeru. ������������������  ber he will be twelve, too," answered  the man sharply.  "Ha. just as I expected!" gloated the  conductor. "Now how can you explain  the proximity of their birthdays?" and  h������ waited for the confession.  "Thafs easy enough," ventured the  woman'frankly.  "It is, is it?";  "Yes. There is no law I know oi  that prevents cousins being born the  same month." ...   ti"  /'This ain't no smoking car," thundered the ticket puncher as he pounced  upon a girl eating a banana, to hide hla  confusion.���������Philadelphia Record,  Postage Stamps of Egypt.  Egyptian stamps are peculiary expressive of the history of the country  which they represent. The pyramids,  the mystic sphinx, tall palm treesout-  lined against the night sky, a train of  camels stopping to drink from the  River Nile, allure represented..  Some IrOndon Slang.  The Loudon .^dustman's siang name  for articles of value found in dustbins  is   "tots"   while   "sparrows"   is   the  name for gratuities. -  1 Herma  Ajj������-4������    *��������� **    m.mmmm ������_.������  "This Is the oue greatest iuQeld of  tbe game���������the best combination of batting and fielding power, braid's, speed  and smoothness, it has them all beaten, and I doubt if Its equal will ever  be gathered together again. There  wasn't an angle of the game at which  they -were hot stars. All four batted  above .315, with fielding averages-  around .950. They.worked without a  slip���������without a break���������and in-all the  time I watched tbem play I never saw  even a touch of bonehead work. There  was no angle of the game at which  all four were not stars. They may  bavo had no more power thau tbe  Atbietics* four and but little mors  smoothness than the Cubs, but in the  combination of all thiugs that go to  make up a perfect Infleld machine tbey  must be set out in front of the others  with something to spare. Tenhey,  Lowe, Long and Collins���������ask any one  who saw tills four In their prime  whether or hot I'm right?"���������Grantland  Rice in Collier's Weekly.  FRIEND   OF THE   FAT   MEN.  ?,. Needless Worry.  A patient young angler was diligently nlyinsr his rod and line-  "Do  you know."   howled  the Irate  owner, appearing on the scene, "that  torn, so thari_i^iat.7S^lrn_f^  ��������� Ashing In  forbidden  water?  Yes, sir, preserved waterl    And per-  Ceylon's Pear! Fisheries.  The pearl fisheries of Ceylori are in  the gulf of Mauna., near the extreme  northwest corner of the island, and the  banks most famou^In times past He  close to the shore near a place called  Maiichchukkaddi. Since 1807 the banks  * have not been productive.    ���������  earth below tb rough it.    On starting  bis flight he sets ah arrow to the direction   he   wishes   to   go   and   then  watches to see if objects on the earth  "move paraiiei i^t^eurrow or go aerpss  It diagonally.   If; they 'more parallel  the arrow is correctly pointed, and ho  _nows there isr.no sido drift. ? If the,,  objects 00 tti0;iearth gb-aqrbss diag-.  onaliy   he^,mfa|tij^^straighten:?but   his7'  course until thi^r movetnentis parang  to his arrow, whlfh will make an erj)  act jQlloWhncejforJthe drift.-Saturday  fivcnlng rost.??1  n .   .   'tititi    it  Cutting/iron1 Under Water. ,''  , A German Inventor has made art  oxyhydrogen burner tbat cuts metals,  under water. Hitherto this bhs been  a difficult thing to .accomplish. Most  Iron cutting tools t������vork very slowly  ���������nd unsatisfactorily under water, r.nd;  the oxy hydrogen flamo In the ordinary1,  burner is Immediately extinguished  when Immersed. In the naw apparatus  ; tho bnrnor Is protoctod by n. boll shaped metal hood. A powerful Jet of  compressed ;alr keeps water out tind  effectually   protects? the  gas   orifice.  i-xtoen fecjt below tho) surface of tho  water the burner l*as cut through a  bar of iron"two and ono-bnlf Inches  square in thirty seeondn. It can cut a  twolvo inch alpt in a threo quarter  inch pinto In ono cud a half minutes.  Tho burner should bo useful to divers  for-cutting Iron and steel In wrecks,  for removing rlvetfl. boring holes and  other submarluo toork.  haps you will allow me to inform you  that I havo been to considerable expense in well stocking it with fish."  "Ah, yes!" esclaimiad the angler languidly. "And with what fish, may I  ask. hayve you so liberally replenished  the stream?"  "With roach? sir, my fai'orlte fish."  "Ah. well, then, iu that case," blandly observed the youth, "there's no  need for you to worry ��������� further, for I  am fishing for trout"���������Pittsburgh  Chronicle-Telegraph.  Literature and Business.  An ambitious youth wrote an author  for advice. "I am only making $10 a  week nt my business," be wrote, "and  l think I couid make a success in literature."  Tho author replied:  "I am only averaging $0 a week at  my business. Toll me what yours is,  and If you're really anxious to Jump  Into literature I'll swap Jobs with you."1  ���������Atlanta Constitution.  Yukon Horses.  Horses.are raised successfully far up  in the Yukon territory, where abundance of fine land is available for pasturing. ���������.'���������_���������  An'Old Time Coach;  In tbe museum of coaches at Lisbon  is a coach which was built ih 1821.  Taps the Earth.  A six foot clock which stauds In an  officeat Carlis.e, Pa., has been operated by electricity from the earth since  1870, A wire runs from the earth to a  maguet in the clock, and so cousftniit  hns the supply of electricity been that  the clock has run well nigh coutinu*  ously since it was iuveutod.  Of Course Ho Knew.  Monster Palm Loaves.  The leaf of tho Ceylon talipot palm,  which  grows  to  a   hundred  feet  In  hftlgh- is so wide that it will cover  twenty men.  This Doctor Toils How They, May Reduce Their Too Solid. Flesh.  The  latest  remedy  for obesity  has  ������-_ ��������� _   ���������������������������������. ' m.~xx- ���������  t������������������' ��������� nJ,      i-^H-U  . ������    'i&m  uevu ..a>t*i���������_..iy, lu ^ ujr  .i/i.   v������^u__.   _   vc*  man physician. He claims one of the  main causes ror an increase of Weight  Is the late dinner hour. "Food take*-'!-'1*  the evening and tben followed by tbe  teposo* of the night is the best thing  in the world for forming of adipose  tissue, and those who lament their increasing weight should stop that particular form of pleasure the first thing.  His treatment in a dietary is as follows: In tho morning the patient  must take a cup of tea with buttered  toast, and if he Is too huugry to wait  for luncheon he may take an egg and  some bread and butter at 10 o'clock.  At t o'clock the meal consists of meat,  vegetables, salad and a little compote;  in the afternoon somo coffee with a  Ilttlo white bread and butter. And In  the evening there Is only a small pieco  of bread and. butter.  For tho first two or three days the  patient will feel extremely hungry in  the evening, but this soon passes off,  and he gets Into tbo habit of eating  moro at tho flrst two meals, this being  counteracted by exercise ln the after-  .noon.  It is claimed for Mr. Gallsb that his  patients loso one or two pounds a week.  ���������-Chicago Tribune.  r1o/\*is _���������**. Hiof fho. -/-flXT������* ^XTtitllfl l*i'h _>v.  UKr*jm*?t      *3������^       __J������������fc       _.-jiiLf      y%������ m \r  .    *w ** *****      w%-      ������_*���������  plosion proof. Iu times of danger miners who could not get to the surface  would go to this cave and shut themselves in.  A considerable proportion of deaths  in coal mine disasters is due to tbe  after effects ������f fin esp'.-sicn rather  than to _tbe explosion itself, and often  the miners have lived f������r hours or  even days before tbey suffocated. The  caves would serve under similar conditions.  Air would have to be supplied in tbe  caves, and this eoiild bo done either by  small boreholes to the surface, such as  are not uncommon in coal mines, 7 or  by pipe lines���������built so as to be-explosion proof���������running through the: mine  passages. Tbe cave connected, with  the surface by a borehole Could be supplied with air freely and kept in touch  with the surface by a telephone, aud  food could be sent down through tbo  hole. '������������������,..���������'���������'       -,.,.,- '';'.'  A cave connected by: a conduit  through the mine could also have telephonic communication with the surface, but it would be necessary lo this  case to keep a quantity of concentrated food and some water stored in the  chamber. Supplies of medical first aid  materials and a pulmotor for reviving  miners overcome ?by gases couid also  be kept iu the cave to advantage.-*-  Saturday Evening Post.  CLOTHES AND THE ��������� STATUE.  Creased  Potato Win*-   '  Wine ls sometimes made from tho  lowly potato.  Trousers? Now   In   Statuary  Hall In the Capitol.  Creased* trousers  have  broken into  statuary   hall,   in  the  capitol.   where  bronze and marble statesmen for years  have gazed at each other in silence  .with clothes that bagged nt the knees  and bore the appearanceof having otherwise been used up.    But when tbe  1 statue of Zaeharlah Chandler, former*  ly senator from Michigan, arrived 11 llttlo while ago a   new  style  was set.  Zuchariah Is chiseled in a fashion suit  ���������a frock coat and trousers witb creases  so sharp they would cut your finger.  Lewis Cass' trousers bag frightfully  ot the knees. Daniel Webster stands  face to' face with Chandler In a cut  away coat that ls awfully mussed.  General Lew Wallace is near by, with  his cuffs rolled up and lho appearance  of never having seen u tailor. Franecs  Willard, tlie only woman lo the aggregation, wears a dross that looks like Uv  had been used as s. sleeping robe.  But  Zachnriuh   Chandler's  sartorial  effect is marvelous.   Ills frock coat it-*  *M***������*#'|--f+++-f*,4'+  ��������� PRACTICAL >JEALTH  H1NT.|  Dressing Wounds.  For either moist oi* dry dress-,  Ingn for wounilM glucose may be  used. For tho former the stir*  faco of thu wound Id Urst I hor.  onghly cleaned with- sterilized  cotton ownbs 'niolsteUed with u  ���������1.8 solution of glucosein water  Thin' formn nn I'tot'-nle fmcehr*-  lino "serum." it Is tllen cover  cd with dressing soaked In tho  solution, which. Is secured In tbo  usual manner with stcrHo wool  nnd bandages.- For tho dry  I droRRlng powdered ghicoso in  [ dusted over tlio surface of tlio  I wound. In aqmo fow crtacs this  ; iB.pnlufiii, although tlit* moist  rll-rKjuiln^n *)r>������������n������i|i>ti fit* nuln    ''.^!k",'���������  dressings nro r**nowed evory day  for Inrectcd  tvoundfl and  then*  oughly c-leaueuil utt;iiiiiUreH*itig.  When    nearly   disinfected   tho  dressing Is changed only on nl  l mini to uttyti una  niuu  mnn lie-  l^UvJjblJ        *.m       x.m.,, x..,i       |"rr|������.^M������VM,  Glucose appenrn to fnvor granu-  Intlon nnd cIcntrb������.������tlon?  The Mighty M-eaissippi.  In an averago year the Mississippi  carries out to sea 180,000,000 tons of  mineral or earth salts In solution and  MO.000,000   tons  of   mud..  Monks of St. Bernard.  The hard cllmnto and the periloun  tusk undertaken by tho monies of the  famous St Bernard hosplco usually  ruin tho health of these originally robust men in tb. brief spoil of fifteen  years, when they return to Mnrligny  to conclude fhelr days. Even tho dogi*  are nt intervals Gent to Martlgny foK  a rest  Weighting a Diver.  Tho boots woru by a professd-iinl  diver weigh twenty pounds each? Tho  helmet weighs forty pounds, nud thu  diver also carrion eighty pounds additional weight. N  clothing storo chart perfection, and his  Expanding Screw For Railways. I C0,laP nud tIo aro nrrftnged in the m<i������t  or attaching rails to ties ou rail;    nppr0ved form.   Ho has no cuffy on his  "   "   ' trousers, but they fit him w������*ll.��������� New  York Herald.  For  -mads a Frenchman bas invented a  screw that ia said to hold tighter than  anything yet devised. It is hi two  parts, flrst a bellow screw, open at the  lower end.' silt a. short distance up tbe  sides and having a worm inside ns well  as outside. This Is screwed Into tho  hole In tho tic. Into it ls screwed the  second'part, which Is n solid screw,  conical In shape. Aa this ia drlveu  homo It forces tho lower end of tho  hollow screw apart, mnking It spread  nnd bocomo wider bolow than above,  thus biting tho wood of tho tie in a way  that makes it Inextricable.  jy*t**-3*  1  1  ' Farnior-Wantor aeo  me milk  thor  cow?  City Boy~Au. gwunl You needn't  kid mo 'cause I'm from the city. Dey  gets milk out of a rod wagon. Don't  yer think I know?--Plttnburgh Press.  Shifting Ideals,  jnfont of tbo flnmnels that I know  ur iivu uiiiuiim  Doiilre 0 Mrummci Cor a beau  Wtieri tliey arc youn���������.  A mnn must bonst of rnv������n hair  tnollniMl t������ enrl  And b������ a multlmllllonalrs  Mnt wtm tns -foarsn gin 1*1-��������������� ���������������,*���������_.  Blm drops that mood,  And tw������my-Mv_n plunks a weak  V4������nUs tr.*"*>tty gnnA.  ���������Ksnaas Ciiy Journal.  Costly Uniforms.  Tho cost of n British cabinet min*  iBter'H    full   droHH    unlforu-i    la    120  Kuhic't-i.  Moyv ths Lantern Was Invented.  King Alfred tho Great is credited  Wllh originating tho lantern. Ho was  no bothered by tho cundlo names blowing ,ln tho wind that ho protoctod  then) by putting lho candles In cow  horns, w.hlch ho ordered to bo scruped  thin. Our grandfathers made lanterns  Mjr iJuueiiiii-j Iiiiiuh nud uiil.*, iii iitvi'uiilj-  ahnped pieces of tin, which wero then  Moldered together. Tlio light which  camo through tho llttlo cuts wns always very dim nnd flickering.  Pruning German Names,  ���������societies wltb long names aro usually  ���������shortened by busy Americans, as with  the "-. M. U. A." und tho "I W. W���������"  which oro popularly known by their initials.   Germans also aro now abbreviating   dome   unduly   cumbrous  titles.  Tho Allegomolno  Ijuftfahrtzong-Auss'  tcllung"  is  popularly   known  ns  tho  "Aln," and now lho "Deutsche Ausa-  chiiSH   fur  den   Mathcmiitlschcn   und  Nrtturwlsi-'USi-bartllcheii     Untcriicht"  turn  been   happily   eonveiic-d  Into  tho  ������������������Dnmnu"���������which, whllo perhnpH objec-  tlonnblo ns to the title of un American  Bocloty. hnn no Impious cnnnotalion to  the German.���������Outlook.  Captain Scott's Ship.     -   .  Captain Seolt's ship, lhe Term Nova,  "will uot bo tnlcpn to London for cxhlbl  tlon  purposes.    Sho  ban  been '.repurchased by tbo original owneii* und will  proceed to Newfoundland,  whoro *>he  will again bo ontploycd in ccnllug. 'Of  tho natural history cftllectlonn nbinud  tho ship when sho arrived 111 Cardiff,  perhaps tho most Important, uud from  a personal point of view certainly tho  most precious, is tho' coUeciloii of fossils discovered by Captain Scott aiid  Wilson during tho ill fatqd return Jour-  uoy frdm tho south pole." This box of  foisalls was found on n sledge .when  tho rollof party arrived at tboiiineo  , whero Captain Scott nnd his -cmou.'o*  Ions perished.  I  Tinv Elsolrioat Motor.  Tlio smallest commorciin electric motor wolghs loufl thnu two poundn. lt 1*  used whoro ft Uttlo power is roqnlred,  auch nn for dental diillu, etc  The No Hat Fad.  Tho "no lint ro'sblon" which had a  rapid lino aud a midden fall In Germany two years ngo Is again bocomlna,  pivpiiiur, iit'C'oixiiii'r 10 ������u iinieio in uin  Mado.   "Tho tlmo ws*," naj's tho pa������  per, "whon a hntlesK muu In lho Hired  nttrnctcd much attention and caused  pooplo  to  iipcculato  as  to  how  and  where,   ha   roiild   hnvo   ln������!t  'lint 1nill������-  pi-nmiblj-i pnrt of hi* attire.    Now the  mnn without a hnt is roeogni70ii nn n  -gitrtorlal  hero who srubHerJboa to tin  theory that tho hat is n****!***"-* excert  ss ��������� Bromotar of Um wlamakor."  Insured Actressss.  A Tarlslan actress, Alllo. Frlel, hits  Insured hor eyes for ������5,0-00, but slio  sets moro' value upon ber long nnd  beautiful hair. This sho has Insured  tor iiV.bUO. Alllo. Aiuud Hurry, iinotliur  French actress, has Insured bor shmil-  dors for t^.fiOO, while Mllo. IVj'glua  Budot has taken out n policy for _r*iw,-  DOO on her voice. Tho famous duncor.  Mllo. Naplor-iko'wskn, has insured hor  feot for ������12.r-00, for nn uccldont to  IhcHo would menu her being doprlvod  of her moans of livelihood altogether.-~  I'earson'rt Weekly.  Lone Trooa Are Danaerous Shelter*.  Got ling under the lone tree tn imcnpe  wotting when it sudden shower cornea  up Is risky.    The smaller tbo ahowor.  If wr.r>m'.    Ilm ������mM-J< /|**li"lt<* tho  Ill'h*ll1������������������  Hint nocohipiuile** It. and i\ luiie tree  Mnndlng In 11 tloid Is nn Inviting attraction for lightning. Bet ter talce *  ducking tlinn act as tcrmlnni for ax  sloeinc current.���������Iowa Homestead, 1 " -.   -..?     *Tv   "    *s'-  mrmem>Hm*mxm.t ��������� mm>  "j" "',"1 ���������"" l,"*"r ,M**1 *w������y  ���������an I     I Hi l���������a^������*M  THE   QEESXQN   liS^IEW,    cmOTO*-,'  H.-p.  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, ������. C.'.  [ff^isensm  | For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  When Buvina  PliRRITDC PAD _���������_  iiuiJULrijiun silt  pa 11  ���������    f   V ___>__-.  4 111  I V II 1 1 'LB*  You Will make no Mistake if you get the  MALTESE CROSS  and  LION    BRAND  They are made by an independent rubber company  Quality the Best  The price is as low as any on the mark*  -ket.  aud  he  reston  rcan  Limite  ���������  It-  I*'  I FRUIT TREES  /\Hu   ukNai ttziiAi i ALr.5  Coldstream Estate  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 threeryear-old whole roots,  All Stock delivered to rauch at prices quoted  B~ea&BB@s  Oherrlss  n  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 18OO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOGUE PRICES  T"_ a nr sT_ _r_ i%T-f ry c  ������. J *_ f_ Irf _*������ R*8^ ! f It  THK old reliable  gfcB   anop  ���������-������������������. Live and let live prices:  HO KSE SHOEING  New shoes, per team ..  $5.00  I Setting        2 80  A  xT_������  mamdum  LADIES SEASONABLE  Woolen  Underwear  -  ���������   _^������_-rI__y__?  .'<* I  Peerless and Hygeian Vests of Soft White Wool   50c to $1.75 each  MEN'S   UNDERWEAR  Lxceptional Values  AH  Wool.     We can supply you at $1,25   to   $3.75   per  garment  We have sold this line for the last   six   years  they have given satisfaction to the wearer.  we -L^arry a Mill Line  of the above Rubbers, including Lumberman's   Laced,  One buckle. -; hole. Laced in Men's, Bovs' anl Youths  t        XT ' I m-  Also   Pullovers  for   the   different   heels  aud   Toes in  Men _ and Women's Fine Shoe*.  -_9-_K3S_3_l  '-Tit*!���������-*'  SEALED TENpEUS.iiddres?rd'tu the  under*-ij-tK-d, nud endorsed ''"render for  .Wharf at Amssvonb, H.C," will bo rn-  i-Hivril :it ihi.s oll'u-ii until -.l.0i>.P.M,, on  M-ont.-y, November 17 1918. i'or tho'eou-  .-l iic-ii-ii of u W i i.'f at Aiuswovth,  l.v oM-u.-iv   District,  B C  Plans, spoci licit ion -ind form of conn-net win bo seen and forms of tondor  ��������� ln'iintil ut this I "vp.-.ttmeot nud at. tho  ottk-es ot J. P Piuil", Esq , District  Ku .over, -���������.<", Ki'veistuii e, Hi'}.; Q. V  W.'isi'u'il, ]2������q-v i is*riot Kngineer at  Wesritiiot-ter, i'.C, nnd on ��������� np-  p'i vitii'm to tho Post'iinsrer nt x\iim-  "uoitli,  B.C  P'iisous ttfiuioriiissr nre nerifrod thai  lenVri will on*-, l-o considered unions  m.iv.o uu iho os ini nl I onus supplied,  :md signed with thoir net uul signatures  ���������-'i'jug their occupations nnd places of  residence. In tlfe caso of firms, tho  actual signature, tno iiritaro of the oo-  enyiitiot*, and the place uf residence of  each member of tho firm onust be given.  Each tender most bo uocouipasiied by  an accepted cheque on. a chartered bauk,  payable to the order of the Honorable  the Minister ot Publio Works, equal to  ten per oenfc (10 p.e) of the arnouut of  the amount of the tew der. which will  be forfeited if the persos tendering decline to enter into a contract when called  opou to do so, or fail to complete the  work contracted for.    If tlie lender be  not aecep ed the ce**que *>* ii. bo returned  The Depirtment does nit bind itsel  to accept the lowest or any lender.  By order: .  Jrt.   <j.   U2jijix\s _ iAJij.v_,.  . Secretary.  Department of PubHc Works,  Ottawa, Octobar r5,  I01*{.  Newspapers will not be paid for thi*  advertisement if they insert ir. without  authority from the Department.���������49180  *_s  General  MERCHANT  . GET YOUR. 7 " ..  Plumbing. Tinning and  U" O  f nnnrnil      UftfiftSr     iS/nr!/  ucnniai ncpaii Ytm  w  Done  by  W. B. Embree  Tho satisfaction  of work   well .done  lin ers loii������ after the price is forgotten.  reston Barber  -a  W-\ . ������ < . m  jcsiuiaras  and  Room  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      Jf  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. ���������  EC. 12th  The  Empire Amusement  Co. presents a First Class  Program of  %_=J  Cigars and Cigarettes  Si.    Sk  IW!  Pool       Hot or Uoid Baths  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and Set!  ������ -         *.lmm,mm.mmf.J     " "   >    " *   ������  B   S  _   S  .a.  a  ft__|:L_f  ��������� t���������  rfuiuH  n Mercantile HaU  #���������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������+++���������*#-*# ##4^^^e  ^fi^^^9 jtaflX-tK^   mjm0mm^  ���������o_r  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  OalBoniinin'T. PainliiiK. '''ipei-liaiiKliii- <'nriia������o nud I d painting.  Let mo givo yoa advice and OHtiinatoH on your work. All work u\mv.  atlteed to xlvc "uitn.faLLioii.  mM**miHttwt*tmmaimmmi*ii  LeOiaard  __���������_���������JEfl ^mn^^   ^*  H ICIB I J  Shop on Sirdar Ave, iu the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL CAVt MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  MMM  SEALED TENDERS .-uUliossed to  tlio imdci-sift-ned and oniloi-soil "Toii-  der for construction of Wharfs at Victoria ai- hor, li. O.," will lie received  at this otiico until 4 P. M., on Tuesday,  Poconiliei-, 0,.10W, for tlie eonsLructioii  of Wharfs at Victoria Hui-lior, 13. C.  Plans, speciiications ai|d form of  contract can lio soon ami forms of tender obtained at Ml is I/V-iariiiieiiii anil  at Mm District Engineers' ofllco at  Now WoKtniinstoV, H. ('., Viirtof-ia. B.  C , Uonfoilciafion Lifo Buililing, Toronto. Out.., Post ofiico liudinp*,  Montreal, P. Q,, anil on application to  tin* Postmaster at Vancouver, 13. Ct,  Poisons femlerin-j" aro notified that  tomli'i'S will not be considered unless  inailo on the printed .onus supplied;  and .sighed with their act ual signal nets  stating thoir occupation.' ami places <>f  residence. In tlio case of iii-niH, the  uoMinl signat uro, Mm uafiiriv of tho  oeoiipatioii, anil place of-rosidence of  each nieniber of thn linn must bo given .  lOach forulei' limst bu* acconipiinicd  by imi accopfoil clieck on a ohai'terell  bank, payable fo the older oi Mm  lioiiourahlo the- Minister of Public;  Works,-' equal to live iu>r cent (."������ p. c.)  ofthe amount i>f lhe tender, \\iiicli  Will bh forfeited if the poison tetiib-i/-  iiig ileiiiiioH to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  coinplote ibo worlc eonlraetoil for, if  the toucler be not accepted t lie chock  Will he returned.  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the. lowest or anv tender.  Hy oilier,  It. O. DEHROCllKltS,  Secretary,  Depai tineiit of Public Works,  Ottawa, October S7,'lllj.'l..  Newspapers will not, be paid fur this  advertisonioiil if tlioy insert it ivilliniit.  aulhnrify from the Depart nienl |,"i  lt>7.  Now is Mm timo lo organize an ag-  I'icjiiltnr-il H<������i-iety for Mm (Jieslon Vul-  iov.  The Rev. Iri JR. Hicks 1914 Almanac  is now read-j-" and will be mailed prepaid:  for only  -TJc? ?Professor   Hicks'    fine  Magazine, Word and Works, for   one'  year, and a copy of this Almanac    for  only one dollar.    Tlie plain lessons oh^  astronomy, aud tbe correct  forecasts)  of stori���������s, x'outiis, l>lfszai.-ds   and   tor  nadoes, make tbese publications necessity in every home in   Aniex-ica.    Sent  to Word and Works Publishing Company, 3J01 Franklin Avenue, St. Louis  Mo.  mineufc business ..men with umbrellas  or h mmers.  Oarl Carlson left Dock Creek on  Tuesday for Erickson.  Mrs. J. J. Grady returned from ������  two weeks trip to Oalgary on Tuesday.  The Children's Christmas tree and  danco will be held in Mr. Paul Hagen's  house on Friday December 26 at 8p.m  $5100 is the amount that has been  collected for the Christmas tree.  The Club committee wish it to be  distinctly understood that it has provided 2 presents for each child out of  the   fund raised for that purpose.  Anybody is nt liberty to put presents  on'tlm tiee for whoever they like, but  tney must not he confused with the  present-  provided  by the  fund  YD m't forget the Alice Siding dance  on Saturday  Deo������ijiber 6th.  WARNING, All persons are warned  not to shoot two P.heas.aa,ts that have  been seen .several times iii this distriot.  L,oweuberg and PorreBter.  We are informod that as a result o  the Bazaar   the  church? is[tipow.  from debt and haB. a little balance l  the bank. ?-?.  TbeEnipire Amusement Company,  who put on the good picture 3how in  the Mercantile Hall Saturday will be  here again on Friday next and will  give aiiother good show. Watch for  their big illustrated posters and tell  your friends.   Dancing afterwards.  Messrs.   Mead   and   Wells  are on a  limiting trip to Yahk, they left Tuesday  G. M. Amiable, the IuniViernia.ii,  passed through Creston Wednesday on  his return to his homo in Moose Jaw  from a viiit to Nelson find I-tosHlund.  We havo boon recpiested to publish  a warning to huntsmen that the  pheasants are protected and that, anyone i hooting thoiu leaves hjnisolf opon  fo p'ObeeiiMon. Notices to Mi is ' effect  will appear in a few ilayij in all prominent places.    At tlie present timo tlie  birds-i lia"o spread out and   bavo   beon  soon iih far away as Duck Crook.  Dennis.Howard, whilo out hunting  on Friday inorniiig last was fbrtumito  enough to tiliulc and flb.ooh a flno deer  weighing about. 1,'JO pounds. Ho wns  uot, far from home, making tho bug  in the Arrow Crook distriot, This  wook oinl ho atid his brother'and family begin u short damping expedition  and will probably .oiuiiln till the end,  of Clio door season.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  C   ,T?   W'lgoti iiiul P.  Andesttd were  Crouton  en Horn Friday,  M.   TT nf rxtt   unci   VV.   .17   Coopor ������,-',tf*  In Ci'oston  Saturilay.  Wo hour  the   BiillrrgottoH   at Alice  Hiding are  organizing.    Wo hopo that  nnniDT niiemme  unmoi bnunbii  BAZAAR A SUCCESS  Quite a few boxes of Jap ortange  have been received preparatory fco' th*  Christtoas   trade.  Empire Amusement Comi^i? IfHd^;  evening Deo. 13th in Mej^jfttilQ H^  Dance afterwards. Y.  A WElBfr PROCESS!^  Sniako C_aurm_-rs Folh^nr 0������&&mmltst&^  Performer To His Oxava*.  Five hundred S-ak^chArmers.  soundiag weird notes, "aa iheh" pipes,  formed the unusual yet pict-nrsssju-  procession that followed to Thia grave  Katcb Sarak, a ioao of his renown ia  his business, who died in terrlbl*  agoiny' as the result of a -eobra- tiixar  received while practicing hlo prof es-  aioft In the neighborhood of Gardea'  Heftch, India.       ������������������������������������:}���������     Y    Y      ?  -"Owru," or master, he had bafJoma'  dubbed by the people amongst whom';  he lived, such was hia? Influence overr-  polsonoua reptiles. Hia servicea were*  sought recently by a neighbor Drhoi  had missed many fc^is frc*d_ his -om--  pound. Going at dusk one day, th_i  snake-charmer discovered a cobra off  unusual size amon_st the-blrds, fio  formidable, in fact, that he postponed!  his attempt to capture It until da'p-  light, when he was successful tm no-*  curing.it.-        . ���������??.��������� -;-, ;-ti '���������' ti .   ..'?'.  Instead of dispatching- the oatmHo at  once, he took it to the'locaj baxaarr;  for the edification of the- natives. On.  attemptii-tg to extract Jta faftss, the?  cobra wrigsled* free ancj darted at its'  captor, who was bitten on three fin-*  fcvrs. The "guru's" supposed godlike  i fiallties proved of no nival*. fisyn.mtm.mJ  nation reigned amonat th������ erawd ���������������<  bo lay in awful agony*} tho now_ of  hin, plight, spread swiftly tb.oueb the  bazaar, and, moire thara ab__dred oth-!  er, snakereharmera -scurvied io iW  scene;: but all tb^ir ofiforts, all their,  devices* thoir earnest prayera, wero of  uq avail againat the powerful poison.  Within ninety-minutea Katoh Sarak  was doadv  With great coromonial Katfch Barak's pipes*   snake-basket,   oarthen-  ; As an evidence of what a small  congregation can do if- they are fh  earnest and work- together we can  cite tbe ensa of 'he English Churoh  of uCreston, wbo though they have no  regular "pastor aud only have occasional  services are so well organized and  blinded together that when the? hold  their annual Baznar Thursday it turned  out to bo ouo of the nibst successful  events of the ohuroh year.,  For weeks the ladlps have been planning nod working for this itunual event  and the splendid, shovying of usaful  and pwtty   ttiDiohrw, thoy   luid on the   !v.ar,?Jar?������.?J>*_1I:���������e ������}^ ,,?J???iial^-t.0,  fables Thui'dcjqy.proved how suooesHful  ���������.yns thoir worjr, Tliero wore al.l kiuds  of tliingH i'rom a toy wa**oh to a baud-  painted vase, from, ft BinaU doily to a  h-Miclsoii'Q kimonav  CIoho on to tho liour of opening tbo  peoplci began to arrli/o and from tho  start liusiueBs w/ts brisk ho tbat nt'iiu  early liour tlio stock Wh well clepleted  and afUir Mitppui- tho rest of the goods  found roily buyera. Mr. F. JaelcHon  prortlcleil over tlio Hoopla tablo,whio  was the center of nttmcMou and the  aimiHomoiitof a big crowd all tho time.  In tlm evening a short program wnn  rendered anil the affair waYbrought  to u rlo.se by a dauco which wab well  al.toiidi'il and it wiih with regret that  tbo crowd broke up af or n i'ought.  Oho of the ohiof fontnroN of tho affair  was the baby show, Thoro wore* a  nuiiiboi' ol' oiiIiiuiIh nml thero w.ih  Nome dillli-itlty iu procuring judges  but the event ea no oil' iih webodnlod  Tlio Mrat prize went to Mra. Itobort  iSuiiiliN liaWy, iriio soi'oilii to Min, flood-  wln'w linby aiul the third to Mrn, Andy  Milloi's baby.  *    Tbo nri/.OH  woro donat ed bv MoHsru.  of his craft "were bomo beforo him  to the cemetery, whero he -was lali  to roat "midst tho heartrending wall  of tho pipes of his colloagues.  EIGHT HOUR DAY ON FARMS,  A writer ln Farm uhd Flroildo  Buys  thnt  tho eight  hour day  with farmors consists of eight  hours for work und olght hout_ ?'  for choros.  LEGAL SOIL  A deaf mnto is not Inenpnblo of V , /  tcu'ing Into coutrnvtB if shown to b    _v *���������  Hufllclcnt  mental enpaeity.���������A(������*x      iW***"!  siiu Mn'tzko, Mlcli, 1)5 N, W. Hop      JJ?''  Gencially ovory pail nor lw ur ? "^",*  ligation to oxorclso duo dillgi ^���������r.ob-"  reiiHonnblo ^klll and devote ;', ar,i*  loon to������tho promotion of tli UIa "������,rt*"  benefit of tho arm wlthou' r ���������wwwuta.  tlon by wny of wiigos ov ��������� ^,5^nr)0?in"  otherwlso ngrood upoh.        ^mtvjtnwta  Tbo   Pnltod  BtiifoR  ������   mt   t  .  ipilios a porHon apply*   ,t.'r";     WA f.  to mnko ontli <b������U h   SfJ?      $*****  dove .liuiHcir to be    th*"������Mml*Z<  th'Nt inventor or dl  imii'iil'io. mnniifni  irn'provoinont  for  iwitent nnd (lull  doi.������*   fiot    li"tl/  over boforo _  M**������>  severer of tbu arc,  A mo. componltion or  which  Ho HoiicJts a  lie 'dooo not know and  ^-.v. uuu, uio Hutno w������������  i /���������������*������ ������^    . ., *>  mmmmiini-ii iiiillililii**liii'W''l  t*mm*mmmmmmammm������mammttw*#mmimm  mam ���������iwuilliiii'iliiii'iiiumi .mmm

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