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 '*.  ALL THE NEWS I  of the CRESTON  biSTRICT  All Roads In East and West Kootenay Lead to Creator*  REbi  cwipyy  \c-JUt   V   1  ***  SENT TO AMY  ADDRESS   KM  $2.00 A   VEAR  No. i, 6th Year.  CRESTON, B, C,   FRIDAY*   JAN. 9: 19x4  SiNr i.n Cos?���������������  r_������a0m  ST.  Re?bie<w's Progress Number Reflects Splendid Prosperity of Creston Valte*  FROST GROWERS UNION AND "HOUSE  OF PUTT HAVE RECORD YEAR BUT  FORESEE GREATER THINGS FOR 1914  This is stocktaking time and all properly conducted institutions make inventory. The value of this  process is apparent in many vvays but "particular!v because it shows the loss or gain of theyears business;  So when we take stock of the Creston Valley we  find out whether we have made any gain during 1913  over the production of 191a*  Unfortunately  the editor of the Review cannot put  his hand on very  many figures  pretaining to the year  1912 and has had to make the  most of very meager in-;  formation.  I  j. ue year 1913 nas seen, the beginning Oi more  than oq6 enterprise which did not es?st in"ioi2i  There is the agricultural association which  came into the limelight of public consideration shortly  after the fall fair.  There is the Fruit  Grower 5 Union warehouse, a   J  structure   31x80  feet which will be   equipped for the  handling of- fruit in the   mOst modern and approved  style.    It will be two  storeys and  basement with: an  Elevator to facilitate handling the  produce in the best  and Quickest wav Tiossiblei    The o_Eces of the Union  will be.located on the gtx>und j_pqr.  v< o x> '���������-���������xtJmMm.mm  ���������     ������w  \  tii) Y'YY' ���������;,:. r? J?. -MftiM^Msk-  ���������-������������������'--. ���������'.. -:.->':'}/.i.':&������i^j&&%%i&!?  --ti,. .??:??v?-p??^^?i?^Y?*|ft  ���������'-77. 's?������:t&$$j[^t$^M  ���������   ������������������*rPt\?rV-.-������x:  ONE OF THE   80,000 TREES THAT:':BS^:;Td'....^B' , -BEJE .HEALTH  OP THIir WONDERFUL OI-ESTON VAT.T.SY  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  HOLONU-TION  On Monday evening last, January 5th  Wild Rose Lodge of the ���������"nights? of  Pythias al their regular session held  their   installation   of   officers -for v the  O.G. S., SIGNAFIES ORA_TBROOK  oq-operativje; S/TOBES; "  DUCK GREEK NEWS  Mrs.: S. A, Speers and baby returned froui Nelson today and nowS. A.*  locks, as happy as he can.be.  7 Get your skates- sharened ? at  EaJBBEE'S 35cents and attached to  yonr*shoes 2ocenfcg.       ?'       ???,-? ������������������    ;  Tr-. VJT., DI������KB XJ U-.VrWSS I  iriJ.A������x.  \J JJUWJ  ������._.v.    avxb  ��������� mmX0\mxm.mm*3.'mmfm^mmS.  S^^Ltiti^sd^^tiftitititititimtitititititi  juauagciucui.    v,* \j. a_y.  jlsx. HxXiSzy  ..;-.....^.v.r.-r;.   ...    .-->':���������'r-.fci ^^ ������,-i;'i./.^;_>HVi<"--:i1S: ���������  ���������*--���������'������������������'.  ���������.. ...     -   ���������������������������.. -j..   :-v^'i,���������' '.'.������������������ - -������������������':"- ��������� - ' -i'- ������������������^-���������-    -   ������������������  .  '���������^i"T"  -aHiuu  uic  ^has j usf rounded   out the mpst  prosperous'year  In    itS histV^rv r-ndhas    rirfinnprts   r\f ������  greater year in 1914.  .: Brom June .1st to November 15th they handled  over $^������00.00 worth of fruits and vegetables and  since that date have shipped ^considerable produce both  in the car and by express.  Of this amount the small fruits: strawberries,  raspberries, gooseberries, blackberries, currants,  cherries,"peaches, and rhubarb amount to a total of  $8,255.00^ Plums and pears $1,280.00; Tomatoes $5,144.  00; Vegetables, including cucumbers, corn, peppers,  citron, squash, parsnips, pumpkin, celery, potatoes,  carrots, onions, peas, beans, lettuce and beets $2,000.00  Crabapples about $370.00 and Apples of grades Fancy,  No's, i, 2, and 3, $11,500:00.  The forecast, for the business of the Union in  1914 is that it will about double and when the new  warehouse become effective as a storage and packing  depot there is little question that the up-to-date ship,  per will see it to his advantage to cast iu his lot* with  the Union and get the best facilities for handling and  marketing his produce, as well as the best price that,  the market will afford.  But in addition to the business transacted by  the Fruit Growers Union there has been considerable  business done by the'House bf Quality under the able  management of A. Lindley.  From the first of June to the first of November  the House of Quality sold the fallowing:  Rhubarb 4*J_ tons; strawberries, raspberries,  black aud red currants, 4,375 cases; ripe tomatoes,  3,250 cases; green tomatoes 40 tons; apples, 2,500  boxes; pears, 175 boxes; plums, 500 cases; corn, 1,500  dozen; carrots, beets., turnips, and parsnips a total of 9  tons; cabbage 4 tons; cucumbers 600 cases and potatoes*  5otons. In addition to the above the House ot Quality  sold 19T2 goods in 1913 as follows: Potatoes, '200 tons;  other vegetables $250; apples $r,000.  The forecast   foi*  the House  of Quality during  1914 is that the busiuess will about double.  The Farmers Institute reports a most success-  presentand conducted the installation.  The officers  are as folio .vs.���������ti  a^WxtiV:tij^sm,%  ti, "George Pacey,   T. C.  A.   Lindley,   Prelate  T.  Harris,  M.  of "W.  H    Leonard,  M   of  A.  E. O. Gibbs. K. of R   and S.  W.  G.   Blake,  M   of   F.  G.   B.  Henderson,   M,  of E.  G,   Brodeviokv IYG.  S.   Watson,  O.-Q.  A very representative meeting of  the Co-operative Fruit Growers of  Wynndel, B.O was h������ld on Sunday  January 4*h. at 4 p.m in the Duck  i-rrt-etC,oociitl Clubhouse, Mr. C Bui-rer-  fiekl in the chair, at which it was  decided to join the Ceutr&l Fruit  Growers Association cf British Columbia. It wis further dacided to send  a delegate to the au until convention to  be .held at Victoria during this month.  Mrs. E. Butterfield waa unanimously  e.ected as delegate'" to represent this  district.  Eiias and Kougwell Uiif lt-ft ou  Suuday fur Coeur D'AJaiue, Idaho  v.he.je they will attend a Business  College there.  Mrs. Sylvester i-pent Friday after-  uoou and Saturday morning at Duck  Greek,   the guest of Mrs.  J. J. Grady  O.  J.   Wigen,   Mat Hagen  aud  W.  JT     C*.i%t\r%{lf ltra-xa m^**c*C3lht+n  f*tm11a**a  rprwio^-lci������  *��������� ���������      *������ww������...jj������-w������.       *v -WAW    M-.WWWU   VI* a * V* **"     4. UVOUU/  Mi*, aud Mrs. Ed. Grady are enj lying  a va&itiun ot _>uck Greek.  Carl Ci.il-.ou re'urned to Dnok Creek  Tuesday.  Karry Bathie of Loco arrived here  Tuesday afteru������*on to put in 2 or 3  days work ou his ranoh here.  W. R. Muir left on Scnday for a  months vacation at the home of his  brother in Spoknn9, Wash.  WATtRwuRKS MAKES  MP������EIn in i3ia  191?  Young cattle bought.  Blair, Erickson.   40tf.  Apply   to O.  Mrs.; Geo. Nichols and three girls returned home tVedhesday of last week  |ra^^o^^iitha ^sit.^i^iLfEiend|  at'Chryslerr', Ont. 7 '        :^  ALICE   SIDING  NEWS  The Missmii-i Girl played to a good  house on Saturday evening and certainly brought out many a laugh.  Fred' Fan-ell jiu_ D������iisy were easily  the stars.  7.The  New   Years Eve Dance   was a  D-onarol  "^.U:������������������������4.= ���������  jv* ..nuutiim.  j-������iijjeiug   iPUa f*    r*    B     np /"I-.-  ���������aii.brook its selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for.  $11- ���������  Geo.  Benney left today  for N els in  for a shot-t trip. '  Mr. Jack Darling of Medicine Hat is  in tuivn for a few days visiting with  Mr. II. Hamilton.  Hugh Taylor left Monday for Sir-da*  tb reloivi* Mr. Rogers, tbo storckuepii  who is going East-for a short visit.  Tako punn rilloH, phonographs etc  to EMBIIEE for repairs. Ho lias tho  tools and he knows how.  Ed\yin Stanton RnpsniiHU' aiid Mrs.  Alice Einbi'cii were united in uiarringo  at the residence of Mrs. Einlirno on  Sunday Jnuunry 4th. Rov. W. G.  Blake oilloiatiug.  The annual meeting of the congregation of the"* Presbyterian church  will be held ou Wednesday evening  January  14tb.   at 8 o'clock.  Or. J. T. Ferguson of Oalgary  passed through ou ' the Eastbound  yesterday morning on his way home  from the induction services of Rev.  Mr. Word, who takes charge of the  P-oHbytorinn church  nt KobIo.  Sei'vieei in Christ Chiu'ch, Chuvch  of England for next Sunday will be n������  follows: Sunday School,  at 11:30 a.m.,  At tho annual meeting of the  Womons Guild of Christ Church hold  at the i-csiik'iice of Mrs. A. G. Downs  hist Tin-mlny the following officers  were elected: .Pros. Mrs. F. .Tuokeoii;  Vli-t'-ProH. Mrs. A. G. Downs; Secretary, Mrs, Young; Treasurer, Mrs.  Evans.  commenced at 8 p.m. aud lasted until  7 25 a.m. New Years morning inter-  s-jerr-eu with Songs, Eecitnlions, Select  Headings, end Dialogues. Everyone  enjoy*- themselves. The following  ���������rules  were posted   up in   the ha!! :���������  Members Instalment Fee $1.  Members eiieb. Month 25 ots.,  LudieB Free  Gen tlemeu,( iionmeinberseaoh meet ing  25 eta.  , Ladies bring Lunch  Our President, Mr. Mason also stated  that Liquor is Strictly Prohibited at  the Clnb meetings.  J. Smith, Jr. has purchased 5 acres  af land from  Mr   E.   L.   T. Taylor.  Wo eupposo ho will soon bo looking  for u long haired partner.  Mr. Churchill has uow recovered  and la around again.  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the freight.   O O. S.  Early in 1908 the necessity of .a domestic watei* supply for the town _?  Creston, on account of its rapid grow-,  th, became apparent.  Through, the elfoccs of Mr. K. Mat8-  andaine, one of che townsite owners.  The Goat Mountain Water Works C<k  Ltd. was organized with a capital of  $10,000 the usual certificate of incorporation granted in July 1008 and the  approval of the Chief Justice of British Columbia secured.  The necessary capital waa subscribed locally and the following were the  first officers and board of directois:  V     TUT nil nn ��������� ������*n���������     X>m .f.! J x .  ���������-". Jizz.z=z.i-~.~.....^.9  ^. ������co,UCUlj  G. Munro, Vice President;  (Mrs.) J. Mallandaine, Secretary; --  B. J. Long,    F. G. Little,  Directors,  Contracts     were   awarded   to  Tha  Dominion Wood Pipe Oo. fur tbe p!_ s  and to Frank Putnam for the necessary excavation and pipe laying. ~'  The work was completed satisfactorily and water turned into the pipe  line from the source of supply on Goat  Mountain by the middle of J>ecemher,  The Company at this time acquired  280 acres of land on the west side of  Goat Mountain upon which ������#ere several springs of the purest water for  whioh records were {obtained.  Til _fc      riAmnA Vi W       m*mnr***.t-**r1       s-*w*    ������1*. *_      *3a.__ j_  reservois having a capacity of 80,000  gallons, these reservoirs being aupplced  hy wooden mimes connecting up "tbe  springs.   ' ._   .        .-   -  The pipe line which is of 4 inch ������?!_������.  wound'wooden pipe' has its intake at  these reservoirs afc an altitude of some  -50 feet aibiove the center of the town.  The length of the main pipeline  from the reservoirs to the center of  -the town is about- 2 miles and branching from this main.pipe throughout  the town and vicinity there is about  4 miles of iron pipe of the diameter  -necessary for the service for which Ells required.  In addition to this 3 hydrants have  been placed in the town for fire purposes having an average pressure of  about 125 pounds to the square inch,  the Company have also on hand several large hydrants ready to lie installed.  The water service": to data haw been  eminently sntisfactdry to the people  of Oreston and vicinity and the Company deserve overy encouragement'for  tlieir; pralsworthy efforts to give such  efficient service.  lt goes without saying that the  Com pany have* had many discouragements but iti apltc of which they have  H. J, Brower, of Winnipeg, who  takes ordera for tho Book of Knowledge  tho  children.!   encyclopedia,   whioh is   kel>t fai'hfully at work in their etforU  Local Scotchmen are.making preparations for Urn celebration of Hums'  day.   Tbey will have  an AT HOME  Evensong and address at- 7 p.m.  Rev.   on Monday evening.. January 2flth at 8  E. Hull, ouii'ia-Ling. ' o'clock in the Mui-oiiuLUo Hall.    It will  ho nn   invitation affair   but informal.  !i)r,   Henderson   Is  chairman   of   thu  committee    and    Capt.   Forrester is  HiM-rodary.  (Continued ou last page)  ��������� ������������������*./" .-���������  mmMMJmUmmmisim^^  I  tstummmm  There   were nioiv   than   n  ncore of  people  turned  out   to  tihe  MnMimlist,  parsonage on   Tuesday   evening,  (lie  occasion   being  a   weighing Hucial  at  whlc-li r.vrTyr.iji-   ]>ii-. i-nt   wr... wi i^'.n-il  and received a tug with n  nuinber on,  When all were  weighed  ni'-li one received a piece of paper on which Ihey  ��������� were to write tbelr guess of the weight,  of ovory one  *'bie and  n prl'/" was given   for   l lie   bent   gui'tiH of   the   tot ill  weight of lhe  company.    Miss Muriel  Knott,   received   t.hn    priy.e,   guesHiug  Within 11 of llin   li^'ht iniiiihri; Mis. .1.  Cook got  the prize   for the   heaviest.  person anil for the poorest, kiicn.s the  lioouy prr/.e, a cup   pislul, vveul. lo .win,  I'ttyue.  Printing ns you like It at the Oreston  Eovlow.  Thero will be a pntillic mooting in  tin- TtiU'K-.i'j'ili- luillua S<ituiduy evening  wlinn the GonHorviitiva AHHoeiation has  arranged for an address to be given  hy Hon. ll, IV, (li-een, and poHslblv  I'luis. Gaveii Metihor for Cronbrnok  niHt.riet. It. wns tbou-'hl. that- onr own  iiitiubii- J. II. S-liillnlil \vnul?l bo pn-ii-  nut but nt the hist.ninnientr It was found  Ihat he could not alien as ho will  bo in  Vie o'ia /liter lint |niii/i������i iimeiiug i-iie  nienibor of the Ansni'iiittoii will meet in  a mnoUiM'. All uiembiTH of the Annooln,-  l.lou nve urged to h,i   presont.  printed hy the Oanibridgo University  Press, waa iu town yostorday.  Cow for sale, will be fresh in Jan.  Also apples for sale,   $1.00  per' naok.  Apply O.  O.  French. l-Spd.  The Preflbytorinn Literary and Debating Sooloty will resnnie work after  tbo Christmas holidays by holding  ii debate on Wednesday evening .Tan.  21st. on tho sobjeot:"'Resolved, that  on pltnl punishment shonld be nnollnhod"  McHiru II. M. Held and S. A. Spears  will take ihe lUUiniutive ami Dr.  Uouderson nnd A. U S. Stanloy tbo  tiosativo. Uefroflbmon'R will be nerved  by the ladles   AduilnHlon 10 ots.  Rubber lAibbn nud gum boots at A.  Mirabelli.  The FarmerM Institute will hold their  annual nuctlug on noxt Friday Jau.  10th.   This will bo an Important moot  ing nnd  it Is hoped   thero   will do a  "When vou   want, vour next jolr   of j fnll nttendnnee.  priming done, no niattcv what the Joh  of maintenance and extension of their  system when called on.     .  This year tho Company in order to  ensure a more permanent supply and  reinforce their flume system of concentration of water on the mountalu  side to the reservoirs have Installed  ovor a mllo of galvanized iron irrigation pipe, for whioh tho Universal  Metal Flume Oo. had tlie contract to  supply. Tho authorized taxes charged  for water by this Ooinpany aro tb������  lowest of any town in the Kootonajm  and it is gratifying to iind in our  midst uu ah public spirited oitisena an  F. O. Llttlo and E. Mallandaino thu  original fathers of tho town oi Crouton  who have borho the brant of this expensive schema and Who retain their  cnthuainntio nnd unilaglng faith In the  futuro of the district.  'I'l.r. n������.A,.r������n*   r>WI/������*���������..-#���������    .-,#jV.������. r-i... ,*....*���������,  - I. .    ,..--.... fc   ^, ���������.. ^. _    *>��������� mmmm %.m*x*S0mm*y  ai-o:  E. Malluudiiine, Piculdwut;  V. G. IjIUIo. Vico President;  ������'M't,i������>.r    Wnllnnrliil-r,   "C^*>w^���������^av*m  m  M������-     *T      < 'ftnV In    H������*   nMSfiSmt 0.f.tt..f.mnm.  Ih, bring It to the Jleview ollk't*. We  L/uaiant������.|. H Ibrtt-cbiMH job and our  pi-toes are right.  -                   _ ...    **-hd Mi. Eiuhree the mutboritUMl pluiu-  Por  llont��������� Candy store.    Apply  to  ,        4.      ���������       .  ..    _                 ,     .  _ bor,   tlm offlo������ of tb������ Oomjiaar  U at  Ckottott B������vW���������. Orwtou.  \i  '  m* mtm������m*miHm*m������i*mmuimtmmmttmm mmammmmmmmmsmmmssmsas  tyi  '  TTTC T?TCVTEW, CI1ESTON. B- Cw  IE liOW UT TH  ISTE GAT  ^  .'..^.i::Mu7--?iM3erta Rinehart  (CJopyrlght)  ������_*  (Continued)  Wardrop appeared. He ran down  the painted stairs and hurried through  the room? without looking to right or  !eft>- YTke?������ianb isept on and the men  at the tables were still engrossed with  their glasses and one another. Wardrop was very pale. He bolted into a  man at. the floor and pushed him aside  without? ceremony. -.  You? might go up now, Hunter said,  rising. : I -will see where the young  gentleinan is making for. Just open  the door of the different rooms upstairs, look around for Fleming, and  if any one notices you ask if M Hun-  tel- is there.     Tbat will let you out.  The third door I opened was that of  a dingy bathroom. Tbe nest, however  was different. Tbe light streamed out  through the transom as in the other  rooms, but there was no noise from  -within. With _y hand on the door, I  hesitated, then I opened it and looked  in.  A breath of cool night air from an  open window met me. There was no  noise, no rnioke, no sour odor of stale  beer. A table bad been drawn to tbe  centre of the small room and was lit-  tere_ with papers, pen and ink. At  one corner was a tray containing the  remnants of a '���������eal,-a pillow aud .a  pair of blankets on a couch at one side  showed the room lad been serving  a   a bedchamber.  At the table, leaning forward, his  head on his arms, was a mail. 1  coughed and receiving no answer,  stepped into the room.  I '-eg your pardon, I said, "but 1  am looking ������or���������  j table, lifting the blankets that had  | trailed off the couch ou to tho floor.  j Some one outside tried the doorknob  jand, finding the door locked, shook it  slightly.  Fleming! he called under his  breath,   Fleming*.  ' We were silent in response to a signal from''Hunter, and the steps retreated heavily down tht hall. The  detective spread tbe blankets decently  over the couch, -nd the three of us  moved the body there. Wardrop was  almost collapsing.  Now Hunter said quietly, what do  yon know about tkfo thing, Mr. Wardrop?  Wardrop looked dazed.  He was in a bad way when 1 left  this morning, he said huskily. There  isn't much uso now trying to bide  anything. God knows I've done all I  could. But he has been using cocaine for years, aud today he ran out  of the.stuff. When I got here about  half an hour ago he was on the verge  of killing himself. I got the revolver  from him He was like a crazy man,  and as soon as I dared to leave Uim  I went out to "try to find a doctor.  To get some cocaine?  Yes.  Not because lie was already wounded and you were afraid it was fatal?  What's the use of lying about it?  said Wardrop wearily. Yon won't believe me if 1 tell the truth, either, but  he was dead when I got here. I  heard something like the bang of! a  door as I went upstairs, but ihe noise  was terrific do wii below, and I couldn't  tell.      When I went in he    was    just  KITCHENER lei TEARS     ,  An Incident in the Final Soudan Cam-  ������������������ ". palgn '���������'  Lord Kitchener ia by no means the  cold, unemotional man he is represented to be. In action he certainly  is, as the late G. W. .Stevens put it,  'A brain working in a box of ice.' But  he can shed tears.  Once in the final Soudan Campaign  when sudden and torrential rains  swept away the labor of months, he  broke down, wept, and like Job, asked why he should be thus afflicted.  Again, in the final scene at Khartoum, when a thanksgiving service  was held, the tears rolled down his  face, and he Jruad*5 no effort to hide  them.  At the Durbar there appeared 200  old men, all that was left of the Sepoys wiio remained loyal in the Mutiny, to be reviewed by the Duke of  Connaught and the Viceroy. Lord  Kitchener, of course, was there, and  he gazed in silence at the line of  quavering veterans.  Tben he turned to a brother-officer  of high rank and said: I say. old chap,  let's give these men a cheer I All responded to the call, and a moment later it was seen that the tears wero  standing in Lord Kitchener's eyes.  Rubbers as  Over-Sioc-fngs In One.  Easy to rut on ana late off. Pit ws!i  ���������look well���������"iVctrwsU. All������Uo������Xor  women una chlWwn.   '������������������'"  Buy tben &sd protest yourself miil  ^family firou Trial** Vis.  Canaslan Conscn-itttd RubSerCo.  lte!ie-J.--m!re-t.  ^ltel_tii^--S_Mi  Trembling Cities  The heavy traffic near St. Paul's  London, has shaken and cracked tlio  columns; of the cathedral so seriously  that the Government is considering  how the vibration can bo lessened-  Stone. Blind  Proudly he walked up to his betrothed and drew from his pocket a  small morocco case. Opening it, he  took out a ring���������a single diamond���������  and pi need it on her tapering linger.  She looked at it.  It's very small; she said, and not  very brilliant, cither.  Poor fellow! Ilia smile vanished;  but quickly recovering himself, he  laughed and said:  Ah,  sweetheart, but lovo ls blind!  "Raising her limpid eyes to his, she  said:  Yes, dear; but not stone blind.  At lho   i.ovies  Good joke on my mother-in-law; L  haven't ?toppy<l laughing yet! .remarked the man at the club chatting over  the cards.  .What was it? Spring it so that we  can laugh too, said his frienu, arranging his ir.'mps.  Well, you -.now, my wife's, mother  lives out in the country,: and never  visits the city. Also she is getting  somewhat deaf. We-took her ��������� to a  moving picturo theatre the other  night, and when we came out she was  very silent. When" we got homer' we  asked her how she liked the show.  Well, she said, I reckon them actors  did their parts right -enough, but I  must bo getting awfully deaf. 1  couldn't hear a word they said.  .:.j>;..     ........^ ii^ii���������   .^ ...-.i...^-������. -    A11  large cities, however,  are m u  TlieTevuiveT, "iluiiter mTeriedVlynxl constate state of vibration.   In places  ,-od. j Uko  Loudon,   Manchester,   and  Birm  ingham there is not a square inch of  Ho   was   dead  ey  Was  in  his   hand,  then.  WiiPi*������ is  the revolver?  I will tarn it over to tlie coroner.  You will givo it to me. Hunter re-  iilie.l sharply. Aud after a little  fumbling Wiirdrop produced it from  bis Lip pocket. It was an ordinarv  i'lirtv-eisiit. Tho dtiieciive opened it-  Two cbaniberc were empty.  And yon waited- sav tou miuuios before you calh-d for h������--In. and oven tben  von wont outside homiim- a doc-tor.  w'.-jt wt-re vou Coins in iho&e ten minutes?  -Then the truth  burst on me.  ever-i     Ward-op  slid-   hi.--,  li*...-*   nnd refused  whelmed me. '   A thin    stream    was! to ^--si-iy.  spreading over the papers -on the | 1'' Mv- Flpmiivrt snot bi..*.*.-���������*i"? ���������.;>.* do-  tsble, moving dov.-ly, sluggishlv. as is ! tev'tive nnrsinHl reiouUess*lv. there  the way with blocd when "the" heart ��������� ,-vr'-'-'��������� b*= -now.k'i" uisrts around iho  pump is stopped. I hurried over and ' woulld Tnon ioo. 'no. was in the act  raised the heavy, wobbling, grav head. ! cf ^-ims- a louov.      It was a siransa  I imr;va-t$e. Uiis.      You soe, lie had only  do?on  words,  g'arseed at ihe paper   on   iho   ia-  'o.    The letter hud no supt-rscrip'.ion.  The num-  Tonight���������  It was Allan Fleming, and h<-> had beea     .  shot through the forehead. j ^iteri a  ���������My first impulse was to rous * Th*i-,;  house, my second to wait for Huntar | ?���������*,��������������������������������� .,*���������.rrrK..  To turn loose that-mob of half drunk- u ,������?r*S ^'u,p.'i>,Y.,.r, , ,���������  men in such a place seemed prcfan-!.  ^.^w.^flh,1"������   ;a*,?,^*  ation.  Fleming had been our key to! b^^;* !������?l^ed   me"  the Eeilwood affair, and he had nut I     ^.'7* i<'%,������1'-,,;-.;*���������*     n-.,-,-,_.    aa-v  himself beyond helping to solve *inyi^fv,ft Til Sde***   and I  warn  KSS3k_IiS<*teattbeina������������r ^d,8Wl?ou   Mi". Wardrobe be clmul X*  wondering   what  to   do   next.    I  had;-       ,av.      -������vin \'      ni,k r,,.   f;rav m  Been enough of death to know that-the *'^ea%- M,:  Kn__*  ttT? ^iTStftl^W *- J     l we������t across the hall to the room  It  was  -not  until  I  had  bolted tnel ���������.-,,.���������  *-.._ ������������������,��������� ���������,���������<,  i������������������ v^ rw.  door that I discovered the absence of J S^wM^nTn- Tca^oT ^iar ala  that   bad i  Exchange no Robbery  Young Robinson had been kept  somewhat late at the office on Saturday, and so, without wasting va1'-able*  time getting a meal, he bought some  currant buns afa bakery and set out  for the football match immediately  On his way back from the mate a  therefore, he returned to the bakery  and made an indignant complaint, u*v  any weapon      Everything   that   had; ������ble in"\hXcorner Tnd"eame"o*urin   manding another bun in place of the  gone .before had pointed to a position ��������� response to a "esture inhabited one.  so untenable that suicide seemed its      Fleming' he������a?d   "wed   as he look-1     rm sol'rir* sir' sai(1 ttle saleswoman  natural, and inevitable result-      Withj ed floWn a{ the body."  Fleming, by all   ~*  the discovery that there was no revol-; that>8 Bacrea���������and a suicide!  VCr   Oil   ti^P   +a.>il *"v   ^-jir'   *n/**.f-v*w   tli^   tVi trier   nr--*' i  *��������� ***** *-*** b*4.c- ^.������*������j*\, xj*. a*\s<sa. v_*\^ ".nuitj Miio       flow ion  more ominous.     I decided at on������e to  asked.  Biiggs���������You must have a lot of trouble keeping your wifo dressed up in  tho height of style.  Griggs���������-Yes, but it's nothing to the  trouble I'd Imvo  i������ 1 didn't  A  GOOD  immune  soil that Is perfectly still. Iu some  large towns it has been found necessary to insist on iron drainage pipes  beiug used instead of earthenware  ones. Though embedded 'In concrete,  the- average earth er. ware drainage  pipe lasts onlv a few weeks uncrack-  e<3.  Some months ago Frofessor ingle-  ton exyori ment od in different parts of  London with a seismometer���������the in-  strumeuf us-- i'or lue-asurhig earth  quakes. He found that though .the  trembling of tho earth was naturally  loss in the suburbs than in the City.  nud betweoii I a.m. and G a.m. tnan  at other parts of the day, the constant  vibration was such as to make a seismometer in London useless for Us  real purpose of registering far-distant  earthquake shocks.  Of recent years there has been some  talk of finding a fresh site for Greenwich Observatory, owing- to the vibrations set up by the London traffic.  FOR THE BABY  Baby's Own Tablets are the very  host medicine a mother can give her  little ones. They sweeten the stomach, legulato the bowels, break up  colds, promote healthful sleep ��������� in  fact they <r-.ro a cure for all minor ills  of little ones. Tho mother may feel  absolutely safe iu giving them to her  children for they are guaranteed by a  government analyst to be strictly free  from nti inHiviou'''. /i^-,^������a The Tablets are sold by me'dicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents, a box from The Dr.  Williams'  Medicine "Co..    Brockville,  t-\..x  v^jIl.  .   Tbey were speaking of mixed condi  lions along various .lines    the    other  night when    a   well-known    baseball  magnate was romtnded of au Incident  >n a Gotham cafe.  Some lime since, according to-tho  story told by the magnate, a prosperous looking party rambled into the  cafe* in question and ordered a substantia] dinnor. ^   .  When ihe layout finally arrived the  diner gavo it a critical examination,  and then imperatively called the waiter. -  Look here, waiter! lie exclaimed iu  a largo-sized voice, do you remember  wbat I ordered just now?  Yes. sir. answered the waiter, glancing from the man to the hash layout,  you ordered spring chicken and '74  port, sir.  Exactly, responded the diner, in a  cold, cruel voice, and you have brought  me spring port and '74 chicken.  1   AnouwtWila An       B\_.Ba>._A  wvuou-ugmu-i  -<U-C_  oi reopie  Ever^ .daytand the surprising  truth is that most cases are preventable with timely, intelligent  treatment.  These appalling facts should -warn  us that after sickness? colds, overwork Yor any other drains upon  strength, Scott's Emulsion should  be promptly and regularly used because tubercular germs thrive only  in a weakened system.  'The tested and proven value of  Scott's Emulsion is recognized by  the greatest specialists because its  medical nourishment assimilates  quickly to build healthy tissue;  aids iu the development of active,  life-sustaining blood corpuscles;  strengthens the -lungs and builds  physical force without reaction.  Scott's Emulsion is used in tuberculosis camps because or its rare  body-building, blood-making properties and because it contains no  alcohol or habit-forming drug.  Be sure to insist on Scott's.  Scott & Bo-tvue, Toronto, Ontario.  4  r  Tither aWy Would Do  It would bo nice if everything one  touched turned to gold, wouldn't it?  asked the dreamer.  Yes: or if everyone one. touched  turned over gold, suggested the dead-  heat.        .       .     ..  An amusing scene was witnessed in  a Cincinnati machine shop recpntly on  the occasion of the retirement after a  service of thirty years, of a valued  and faithful employee. In consideration of his long and faithful service,  the company had arranged to give  jiim a .monetary recognition, and it  fell to the lot of the superintendent a  German, lo make- the presentation  speech.    This is how he did it:  Gustavo, you have vorked for dis  company over thirty years, yes?  A bow from the expectant recipient  of ihe purse.  Und you are going to quit, yes?  - Another and lower bow.  Veil-. Gustav. der company i������? so glad  of it dot I had boen asked to hand you  dese hundred dollarg.  JWlnni-H's Liniment   Curec  Cows  Garget   In  A Tip for Him  The Preacher���������Do you know where  little boys go who fish on Sunday?  The Kid ���������Yes, sir; all us kids  around here go down ter Smylie's  crick below the bridge..  has nc been dead? Hunter  call the young city physician in the  room across /the hall and. with something approximating panic, 1 threw  open the door���������to faco Harry Wardrop  and, bohind him. Hunter.  I do not remember that any one  ���������spoke. Hunter jumped past me into  tho room and took in in a single  glanco what I bad labored to acquire  In threo minutes. As Wardrop came  In Hunter locked the door behind him  and wo three stood staring at tbe prostrate figure ovor the table.  I watched Wardrop. I have nover  noon  so suddenly abject picturo.  Every particle of color left his face  nnd ho was limp, unnerved.  Did you hear the shot? Hunter asked mo. It haB been a matter of  minutes since It happened.  I don't know, I said, bewildered, I  heard a lot of explosions, but I  thought it was an automobile out in  the streot.  Hunter was listening whilo he examined tho room,  peering under the  Dm nnini/o  ll UlinUKO  81  Eczema for Three Years, Broke Out  on Head in Scales.   Itched and  Burned  Badly���������  and Ointment Cured.  rk..l'.^..0m.  V/UIIOUI U.  Q 0.f^0,  VISJUIl  Lyons Hi-ook, N, f*. -  ���������czema for throe yi-nrs. Il ~.t;iittd on my  _anilrt Urst ln sons Ix-livce-i my llni;c-rs and  till ovrr the p.-ilma of my band  and ilnf������iTM v ro blm eraoks.  Then i*. broln- nut on my In-ail  In F.v.diM.. It iK.-bivl r.nd  liiirwrt ro brvUy 1 I'ould not  s.lt.-1-ji. K wii*- i> ii'.'liiii!.' ami  bin-nine- tlmt | i-rr.-itolir-il and  mado '.ur-.; aii<l iny li.ilr c-anvi  mil ii\, tulip' li:nl. 1 dlij not  Imow vdmi. li, wrij.  "I \������iwi ti..ii.d .'.-I' .. I... ; li.'..' r.-.-.l It -IM  not ilo nny i������Mid. I -'JiV'. rri my wurlc fur  ������ moni.li Imi m f'l-ir.n -i" 1 i-t-.r'<d dnin('. my  iiome-ivork -v.dii my lirinrti K'������i. ju:-t uh liad  a.** < V' r.     I u-i.il iv.ii (..a;! ��������������������������� -,f a:i<l  H ,,'Kl j...i .':���������. :....'��������� .-'.��������� V "��������������������������� ���������'������������������:��������� f '���������' *"'  atioiif; i?iit.iirin*ib Uriap t.n_ oliiiuiint, and  (liv-lilrd In l.y tiiorii. I 'i.i im- ;i s;iiii|il.  ���������ind I U".i*il ihi:fii UU I ".ii"' ll r.niji|nil lho  ttclilns unit inirnliii'. i <> I rut tlni'i: c.uUi-i. nf  <Jut|.:ura h";������i> ������nd n I'-ux *'f t'.ili-'iir;������. oit.t-  tnviit ami tliiit tuifod tin-.-" "-b'M"'!) Mra,  1������. J. MidCuarmy. N';.y 17, 101-J.  Net only .������it. < '.m.-urit ^<..ii> iiu-, - >!i.l rm nt,  ������ii>.it, \alnabi-i in tl-'������ tfr.i i-������-m nf .���������.���������7>-hi:ih  and otlioi" dUin-.niiiK '-i������t,ilon-i of M.in und  ���������r^ilri lull, no (.M..T i l.mlli' f.ii. O.i, i.'i rini' li  for i*iliii|.l������''. t.i.K Uiu;nl������������������'.. r*'!, i-ou.'.-n ni'iii.-'.  Iirlilni?;. M-rdy f.<-al(j--, dnmlr iff. d'y, 11.in nnd  fAlllflf** Imlr, rn;t|i|H-il n;ni-i.i ������������������'��������������������������� , ..jI-.i .  tiallr*. ttor do It iro --i-onornli-jilly. k-'rM l>y  ���������tiriiRi'^'i'i ond <li--i'ir**i ���������������������������.������ r.v i* h, r������. I'nr ;*  tltmrulfriHiuaiiipIo uf ������-.������<-ii. vi'li :>J-v. b'"'H.  WniKl     |M������'.l/-0.llli     I.,     J.,,,     .      .<.    ,.,    mm     ....      .������.  m.     . *.  . ..      f ,     I-   ,.,(   ...      (       ���������'      *  Not an hour���������probably less than  half. It's strango we heard nothing  across tho hall there  Hunter t<~>ok a clean folded handkerchief from his pocket and opening it.  laid it gently over the dead face. The  doctor sot un fr ". his kneeling posture beside iho couch and looked at  Hunter inquiringly.  What about getting him away from  here? he said. There is sure to be a  lot of noise about it. and you remember when Butler killed himself here?  He was reported as being found  dead in the lumber yard. Hunter said  dryly. Well, doc-tor. this body stays  where it is. and I don't give a whoop  if the whole city government wants it  moved. II. won't l.o. Thi is murder   not snie'de. m  Tho doctor's expression was curious.  Murder! ho roneated.     Why���������who?  Hut Hunter had ma*vy things to attend  to.      Ho broke in ruthlessly.  Soo if you oan get tbe house empty,  doctor. Just tell them he is dead.  The story will get out soon enough.  The window gavo mo an idea, and  I went, over und trio'i fo see ihrough  the steaming pane. Thero was no  shed or low bui'dlng oulsido. but not  fivo vnrdfi awnv the warobouT> show-  od its ugly walls nnd broken windows.  Look herr, Hun!or. I said, why  could ho not havo been shot from the  wii rehouse?  He could have- boon, but ho wasn't.  Hunter   affirmed,   glnnclm:   sit   Ward-  vop's   ilruo'iing .li-'ure.    Mr    Wardron  I  am   going to send   for Uio  coroner  and thon T sbnll aslc you to go with  ! me  to   Uu-   ollleo  and  toll  tno  chief  I f-uffiTod with | v.*luit vou know about Ibis   Knox, will  i vim telephone to fhe coroner?  I'  In an incredibly short Um.- tlio club  I house was emptied, and  beforo mid-  I nig Iff Uio coroner arrived and went up  ' to tho room.      I ant ln the doacrtoil  | r.nun dowiisitalva and tried    to    think  hi-iw l was to take tho news to Murg-  I At 1*2.no Wurdrop Hunter and tho  i i-ovoii'.-r eiime dowmitalrs. leaving a  i detective In charge of tho body until  ! morning, whon it could bo taken home.  Tbo  ciu-oii���������.���������.���������  bad  a,  cab  w.iUUig,  nnd  vvjiu a bewitching smile, but that, I  am afi-aid, is impossible. HowevDr, if  you eare to return the fly, we shall be  only too glad to exchange it for a  currant.  The Way Lots do It  A famous clergyman tells of a. lay  preachers* conference in which a veteran described his method of sermon  preparation.  I take my text, he said, and divide  my sermon into three parts. Tn the  first part I tell 'em what I'm going to  tell 'em. In tlie socond part���������well,  I tell 'em. in the third part I tell  'em what I'vo told 'em.  Do you believe that money has  germs on it?  It may have.  What "in the world shall be do?  Don't worry; it would take a mighty  active germ to hop from the money  to you during the short time that you  keep what you get.  ytie A\avai"iiage  There's one consolation about the  present drama. *  And what's th~t?  When I get old and am a grandmother I don't believt. my grandchildren will be able to take me to  a play that will shock nie-  Domestic: Economy  Father was of an economical turn  of mind, and'hated extravagances with  all his heart. He : -d since the earlier  days tried to instil ideas of a similar  nature into the brain of his small son  aged eight.  His grief was terrible to see when  one day he came upon, the budding  economist stuffing himself with a  slice of bread generously covered with  a layer of butter which was surmount'  ed by a young mountain of jam.  My boy, ��������� aid he sadly, though severely, Surely you do not realize  what you are doing: yet you ought  by now, to comprehend the wicked extravagance of eating butter and jam  together*  Why,~ I'm being most economical,  father! replied the young hopeful.  Don't you see that I'm making tha  same slice of bread do for both?  Confession  Ticket Collector (after heated argument)���������Well, you'll have to pay for  him; he isn't under three.  Mother���������No, but it he hadn't got  a new suit on he'd be under the seat.  Not so Classy  First old  Friend���������Hello,  old  chap,  how are you?  Second O.F.���������- First class;   how  you?  F.O.F.���������Stec'i-age.  For Asthma and Catarrh.���������It is one  of the chief recommendations of ur.  Thomas' -electric Oil that it can be  used internally with as much success  as it can outwardly. Sufferers from  asthma and catarrh will find that the  Oil when used according to directions  will give immediate relief. Many  sufferers from these ailments have  found relief in the Oil and have sent  testimonials.  are  Well, well, said Dr. Biglrrill, as he  met a former patient on the street, I'm  glad to see you again, Mr. Brown.  How are you this morning?  First doctor, said Mr. Brown cautiously, docs it cost r.yything to tell  you?  Uncle Josh Windless and wife from  Posey cotintv. Indiana, took a trip to  Chicago. They were walking up  State street, holding hands. .After  they had butted their way through the  crowd for about six blocks, Josiali  said, Samanthy Iiickins. -quit yonr  pulling back, and come on. She.said:  I will not go another step till the  crowd gets by. After waiting for  about two hours, .Tosiah said it was  the longest procession he ever saw.  ���������    i    ���������       i       . ��������� -  ��������� Well, my son, said a good-natured  fathei; to an eight-year-old son the other night, what bave you done today  that may be set. down as a good deed?  Gave a poor boy a penny, replied  the hopeful.  Ah. ah, that was charity, and charity is always right. He was an orphan boy, was he?  I didn't stop to a������k, replied the son.  I gave him tho money because he was  going to lick me for upsetting bis  school bag. .   . --  They soothe Excited Nerves.���������-Ner-:  vous affections - are usually attributable to defective digestion, as the  stomach dominates the nerve centres.  A "course of **armeiee's Vegetable Piiis  will still all disturbances of this character, and by restoring the stomach  to normal action relieve the nerves  from irritation. There is no sedative  like them and in the correction of irregularities of the dige tive processes,  no preparation has done so effective  work, as can be testified to by thoi_  sands. .  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  They toll mo you've lost your hived  man.  Yep: best farm hand I ever had.  Sho! What was^ the matter?  Nothin' John's a German, you know,  aud these here Germans hev what they  call the wanderluct. It's some4-*,'  thet keeps 'em movin* from one place  to t'other, an' don't let 'em stay long  anywheres.  That's queer, ain't il?      How long  had John been with you?  Only  eleven years.  A well-known violinist is the father  of two lovely and intelligent children.  The other day he overheard a conversation between the two in which they  were trying to recall the first names  of all the great opera singers. What  is Cruso's first name? he heard the  younger aslc. Don't you know? re-  nlied the, other in a disgusted tons.  Why, it's Robinson, of course!  ss  Tho'.'c whom  many  men  .'ore,  dye  young.  rhe took in* at o*i:co to Hunter's chief.  ���������He hml not. goiKi to bed, and wo filed  I into hU library Kopuli-hnrr-lly.  I     Wi-iilrop told bin V.iory.    'I Uc eblef  I <.,iv,,h.una...v   Ki.iwi ii   ���������'   ''������������������'������������������ Hon-        I mr*  I ,.,-,)ii<-r    win,  wnn  yawning    steadily.  ' ],-u in  tlii, miihlU- of Wardrop'.* nlovy  i-i if In hlu mind, at least, thu guilty  in.-n wns sit-1 I'.'ioil uh bunged.  (.To be Continued)  Tli.- b '<:'  a  mini known nbont a wu-  ii*.;i  n  ii,,. nion- i-.iniiillni*: ho In.  Ill'iM;  an.ur." a mnn nf lying Is usually  I iiiill  lie  V*. Ml  t'liui'l.  I-i-niili-  itlj.-.liiil.'-i  Willi      |lr..,l , .     .11 ���������'     I.  i Lou I   l!n-   intui'-  -i-i'.  ���������iVl!  WIFE WON  huGbatid Finally Convinced  Some peoplo nro wise enough to try  now foods and hevoragou and then generous enough to grvo others ihe hour-fit  of their experience. A wife writes:  "No slave In chains. It: aociued to me,  was more lii'lph.'ss ilinn 1, a coffee enn-  tivo. Yet thoro woro innumerable  warnings ��������� waking from a troubled  sleep with a feeling of suffocation, at  times dl/./.v and out of breath, attacks  ot palpitation of Uio heart that frightened mo,  (Tea In JiiPt an Injurious an corfeo  because It conlalnn ciifi'eliio, tlu same  drug found In coffee).  "At hist, my nervous -syntom wnn no  dlHurranged that my physician ordered  'no uiore cufi'oi'.'     T niiplluliilud.  ���������'.Determined to n-vo Postum a fair  trial. I prepared it according to directions ou the pUg., obtaining a dark  brown Ibiuld with n rich Huappy lluv-  our Himllav <o coffoo. Whon eronm  and tuii'Tir woro added, it wa.* not only  Rood but. delit-lou.H.  "Noting ila ben ,'flchil ufiVelfl In me  Uio rest of the family adopted It���������all  (-.-���������������������������pl my '.r.v.'.hriiu!. v/ho would not nd  mil tlu\t "coffee hurt hlni.  wo-r-krt elapsed during whieh 1 drank  I'oKlum two ���������)* threo times a day,  when, to my I'uvpiluo, my lnubnnd  said: "I havo dei.ldcd 1* ��������������� drink Poatum.  Yonr iiiiprovouiout lu ho apparent - -you  have until lino coloi���������I hut I propose lo  p;lvfi credit whero i.redlt in due." Aiid  now wo aro ''inn'M'-uliivo.-i no liingor."  Name given by Canadian Poi'liu*-  Ci/., V.'lV.'k'or, Out Wi'iid "Tlm Wornl  to Wellvllle," in pkga.  l'lvtui.'i now e.omen In two for-vo-:  Re'jular Pootum������������������mum. hi- hi,Hod  In Paris, when a street car is full  thoy put up a sign, 'Complet' (Full),  and afterward they won't lot anybody  elso get aboard. Jawhawkcr had  just returned from iho Villo Lumloro  and a friend asked: Did ycu see a  good deal In Paris, my boy? Yes,  sir, said ho. I saw every placo but one,  and that was Complet. Every time  I tried to get out. to Complet tho darned cars wore full.  Punctured  Tho attorney for tho gas company  wus making .   popular address.  Think of the good the gas company  has done! ho cried. If I woro permitted a pan, I would say, in the  words of tjio imin:rtal poet, Honor  the Light Brigade.  Voico of a consumer from tho audience. Oh, what a charge thoy mado.  Soma pooplo will accept a rldo In a  buguy, and no matter how stoop the  hill , how heavy the load, ov how tired  tho hovsc, never think of getting nut  to walk a bit. night thero ...icy utlc.lc  to Uio bitter end. This f-oiirs many a  good-hoarted driver.  The direful Waller  Oont.-���������!?��������� there any soup on the bill  of faro?  Tho flrst kiss is always forced and  unnatural. Kissing, like violin playing, requires much practice.  Womon aro not so coarse as men:  thoy never toll you to go to tho devil,  they generally load you thoro.  mi pi   i-      "��������� ���������!���������������������������     ���������������*��������� ���������������������������> msm  Hurry���������Why do you roll your own  cignroltcB?  Willlam--I must tako somo exerclco  you know.  If you wonld pwut tho foursome Hy,  Oh, pray do not  Attempt lo swat  State of Ohio, cltv of Toledo.    S  Lucas County. \    ���������       ���������   ���������  Frank J. Cheney makes oatli that ne  is senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.  Cheney & Co., doiner-business in the City  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that eald .nm will pay tho sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each,  and every case of Catarrh that cannot  bo cured by the use of .HALL'S  CATARRH CURB. ' .    '    '  FRANK   J.   CHENEY.  Oworn to before tne and eubscr���������"-eil  In my presence, tills .''th day of December,   A.D.   1886. v.  (Seal) A.  W.   GLEASON,  Notary  ,Pu.blIa  Hall's Catarrh-Cure Is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood  ond mucous surfaces of the syetem���������  Send for testimonials,  free.  F.  J.   CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.  Sold by all Druggists, 75o.  Talto Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Wife���������Wretch I Show me that let-  tetvl  Husband���������What letter?  Wife���������The ono in your hand. It'a  from n woman. I can soo by tho  writing, and you turned pale* whon  you saw it.  Husband���������-Yos.      Hero   it   is.   Its  your dressmaker's bill.  Teacher���������Johnny, namo tho states.  Johnny���������Thoro'o tho state of Pennsylvania., tho stato. of New York, tlio  atiito of matrimony, tho state of tho  mind, and tho state of tho wctithor.  A LoulHlann, export tlgurop Hint by  becoming n su-rugutt** a woman roil neon her chancer of marriage 50 per  cont. This it* tho moBt subtle knoclc  tho causo bns yet rocolvod.  Wall ov���������-Thoro wan, sir, but I wiped   Him when bo's on a custard plo!  It oi'C.  Hrolhron, some tilings novor can bo  put down In a land contract. You may  fill a dozen shoots of paper and put In  all the little points that can bo known  or mentioned, but honesty of purposo  in you or ln yonr proposed tenant can  not be written down. That Is a thing  nf ihe hoart, and if tho heart Is right  Several * you can leavo u liocd d-ul out of Uit-  All a woman wants is to bo varied.  and ato thom all, antiworod Pat.  A   Pllid   foam   Mm    Ornndy.  I sho  ninnies  Mr.  Grundy.  Then  A mini /'.'*'������ tin   wonuiii Jin ilniorvea  niicbnili'll.  paper.  'I  A pedomntor In something wc carry  on our persoi������ to register how far wo  have walked, but most wives aro mora  interest ed In obtaining n. contrivance  to bhow whoro wc have been.  Thero is nolf-rulBlng buck-wheat, solf-  1'nlHliifC wlndow-uhii-ion, ���������[���������cll'-mlnlng  dumb-waltorii, ana wtiiuuoi.; mil. ono ufj  tbo ihlugn that In most needed on t.ho  fnrm I" a contni'.dion to raluo the  In-Lint Poftlui- hi a .Ailublo powder, .imnll hoy curly Mini-gli in the morning  dlui.olvi.-ii fpih-i.i-,   iu  i,  tu get 1-Is  f���������������''���������<���������  w.-ishr-d  lu  timo for  W. N. U. 070  A  woman wan fa  t  A   l������*ti|������iKn:[ul .   . .  .....  , ��������������� iir.i wntor nud with cvrmi mul I break flint.  I Miirnr. mnkcH a ilelb'.louH heverngo In-)  ��������� j stantly.    *-ii������t������->���������������n- m-ii num i.iuii,,. ���������.     ivvJ. i--,v'  0 got rid ot borl    '"I'horo'o n lleaso i" for Pottum.   . ' contlon.  mil  I  ������A Human Match Factory.  The body contains phosphoric cuffidcnt to make 48.1,000 matches. Phov  phorus I* one ot fourteen clcmcnlu composing the body���������divided arnon-i  bones, flesh, nervous system and other organs. The perfect health of body  requires a perfect balance of lhe dunienl.';. These clemcntr. come from the  food wc cat���������the stomach extracU and dlsbrlbutet them.  Rut If stomach is dcranflcd���������the balance of health Is destroyed and the  Wood dow not carry the proper dements to tho different organs, and there  is blood trouble���������nerve troubJc-bcart trouble. Pain Is the hungry cry of  starved organs. Put the liver, slonuch and organs of digestion and nutrition into a condition of health. That Is just what 1* <!one by  dr. pn:rxE'*-  ftOLBEN   MEDICAL   BUSCOVBRY  which has been so favorably known i'or over iu y*-Mn. Il l* r*a*i put up It.  tablet form, as well as liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dca'._r������  everywhere or by mail by stnilng 50 cents In lc stamps for trial box-  address R.V. Pierce, M. D.f Buffalo, N.Y.  THB COMMON MNSB MEDICAL ADVISER  of onti-l   6  i n  MoaiC riiy������lClBB"-*���������������****������, Jl* wtmjxmtrm*m iri.-,* ������.���������������������--" ��������� -- ,-.-.������ : **?i**'*WWW������������Mffl?^  j^nm#iWrklWiBM3f  4>  ���������' ti?m%w00$$������8ffi&  ������������������:..;��������� ;������������������?..������������������,���������!^���������'^p5,:���������iss&���������������ss_S-���������  r. ������������������-:;' 7 7 y? ^ w&^t������a  ���������������������>���������  THI_ REVIEW, CHESTQ^iB,:���������,  HAD PAINS IN BACK,  <-     SIDE, AND CHEST  Suffered    for     Weeks,    but    Finally  Found a Quick, Sure Relief  SURED QUICKLY BY "MERVILINE"  ��������� rjc stronger proof of the?wonderful  merit of Nerviline, could be produced  than, the letter of ;Miss Lucy Moslier,  who? for years lias been a well-known  resident of  Windsor, N.S.       "      -ti.  ''I .want to add my unsolicited test-  imdriy to the efficacy.'of your wonderful liniment, 'Nerviline.' I consider  ft. the best remedy for a cold, sore  throat, .wheezing tightness in the  ehesty etc., and can state that for  years-; our home has never been without Nerviline. I had a dreadful attack of cold, that settled on my chest,  that fourteen different remedies couldn't break up I rubbed oh "Nerviline  three times a day, used Nerviline as  a gargle, and was completely restored.-  I have induced dozens of my friends  to use Nerviline, and they are all delighted with its wonderful power over  pain and sickness. ���������" ?   "  "You are at liberty to publish this  signed letter, which, I hope will show  ���������the way to,health to many that need  to use Nerviline.  (Signed)       "LUCY  MOSHER."   .  All sorts of aches, pains, and suffer-r  ings���������internal and, external��������� yield to  Nerviline. Accept ? no : substitute.  Large family size bottles, 50c; trial  ���������size, 25c, at all dealers; or tlie Catarr-  hozone Co., Buffalo? N.Y.,??and King  stem? Ont. "Y?Y     '?--'-?  An Ingenuous Daughter  What is it your husband wants to  see me abont, Delia?1 asked MrTTBor-  ough's father.  Why, father, said Delia, I think he  wanted to borrow a couple of hundred  dojlars from you.     He's so anxious  to get out of debt.  A  ?_5  HELPLESSNESS  Cured T-i-ojgh flu* Rich, Red Blood  Ilhymely Bardlet���������Have you ever  contributed anything to the cause of  .literature?  Farmer Greenhaw���������You bet I bev.  You're the fourth poet thet's stayed  liere. a" summer an' ain't bech able to  pay no board.  See here, young man, said the stern  parent as ne entered trlie parior, you  have been calling on my daughter rather frequently of late. Are your intentions serious?  They certainly are, sir, answered  the young man. I'm trying to induce  Iter to exchange $150 and her old  piano for a new one.  You tell me, said the judge, that  this' is the person who knocked you  down with his motor car. Could you  swear to the man?  I did, returned the complainant eagerly, but he didn't stop to hear me.  What makes you stand on one foot*  and move your shoulders in that, way?  asked the enipe.  Well, replied the crane, there's no  chance of my learning to sing, so I'm  practicing to see if I can't become a  classic dancer.  ���������   ������y;e used to joke or_-woj���������a_*s i-ights  .And Fashion's strange displays.  We joked of dangerous airship filghis  And .statesmen's  devious  ways,  7'But now'We're feeling rather blue,  ; Like many,., other folks,  For ail the jokes are; coining true r'  And serious things are "jokes.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  Only the other day I xeau a poem  that moved me to tears.  How did ic move you so?  I wept because I couldn't get at the  author.  He declared he burned "with love for  fijuey.  What happened?  Her father put him out.  She Knew  I shouldn't think golf is much exercise.*  Isn't it! Why it makes the boys  so strong in the arms you can hardly breatho ?   ..  The Difference  Old Gentleman���������I wouldn't make  such facos if I woro you, little man.  Small Boy (with dlfllculty) ��������� You  would if you knew this woman was  going to kiss you.  Timo after time have I seen inherited lands or money bring the recipient  to poverty, debt and the poorhouse;  but monoy earned by honest labor, and  wisely Invested, stayed for a comfort  in olcT-nSo.  Far bottor a barren farm with puro  air, than tho dirty, noisy city, whoro no  ono cares if you starvo to death. Buy  an acre of ground, and llvo in a store-  box first! Most farmers need hands, so  you aro suro of work.  Tho prick of conscience is ,ni������ nothing compared with tho prlokly "boat  of compulsory meanness.  tr?  On{tne Jersy Central  ? Brakeman���������Elizabeth! ?'���������'>���������'  ; Aunt Eliza���������Yes, that's -me.?  It was on an old east Texas train.  The little coffee po't of an engine, having wheezed laboriously over serpentine rails, jolted to a restful spot at  no place in particular. Time passed  tediously. Some of the passengers  stalked nervously up and down the  aisles, -while others drew their felt  hats down over their eyes and tried  io forget it. When a half-hour had  elapsed the conductor came through.  Say friend, said a querulous-voiced  old man, as near as you can tell, what  is it holding us?  We're taking on water, was the ?ex-  planatiun. Y  Well, why "don't you git another  teaspoon? -That un seems to leak  somethin' dreadful!  Very Sijw  My dear, said Mr. Bickers to his  wife, I saw in the papers today a,decision of a Virginia court that the  wife may, in. 3ome eases, be the head,  of the family. ??  : rJohn Henry, replied Mrs. Bickers,  'the courts are sometimes very slow in  findihg'blit things.-  Miller's Worm Powders will drive  worms from the system without injury  to the child. The powders are so easy  to take that the most delicate stomach can assimilate them and welcome  them as speedy easers of pain, because they promptly kill the worms  that cause the pain, and thus the suffering of the child is relieved. 'With  so sterling a remedy at hand no child  Dr.  tr iuiaucS  Ac  ������ ������__.  A 1���������3  A New Type  Lewis Cass Ledyard was talking in  New York about" a muckraker of a  new type.  I've never heard any good of him,  he said.   Even when    I    though'*:    I  heard a word in his favor, it has always proved the opposite when traced to its source.  It's like the case of the office boy  whose-.master said:  Willie is slow and suro.  Slow and sure, eh?  Yes, slow to learn and sure to for-  et.  EVIL EFFrClS OF  CARELESS EATING  When depressed*, blue, bilious and  out of sorts j-ou may attribute this  condition to poison In the blood, resulting from careless eating���������eating  too much, eating too quickly or eating  ���������what dees not agree.  For three or four days there are  looseness of the bowels, fickle appetite, acute indigestion and all-gone  feelings. ��������� Efficiency is lowered, business deals are spoiled, pleasures are  interfered with," and the sick spell may  prove dreadfully expensive to you?  ?By using -Dr. Chase's"Kidney-Liver  Pills as 90611, as; trouble is apparent  such an attack may be cut short, and  regular healthfu! action cf the digest-  ive'OVgans quickly restored. No treat-  ment so promptly cleanses the filtering and excretory organs,, and thereby  rids the body of poisonous waste matter. . The digestive system resumes  its natural functions, and-vigor and  energy are restored to mind and body.  Make  ., Thousands of'-���������'-. women suffer frbra  headaches, bacliaelies, dizziness, languor'-and nervousness. Few realize  .that their misery all comes from the  bad state of their blood. They take  ono thing for their head, another for  their stomach and a third for their  nerves. And yet all the while it is  simply their bicod that7 is the cause  of all the trouble.? Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills will cure because they actually make new, rlc!r- red blood, which  reaches every organ and overy nerve  in the body, carrying with it a new  health and new strength. Mrs. Wm.  Acorn, Charlottotown, P.B.I.. says:  "Before I began the uso of Dr. Williams* Pink Pills I was one of the fnost  miserable women living. For more  than three years I lived - life of constant dread. I was taking weak spells  so that I could not be left alone. If I  .walked from_pne room to '"Another my  heart wouid palpitate so violently that  I feared I would di -. I was continually sending for the doctor, who told  me I had no blood -.nd that my nerves  were shattered Notwithstanding his  ���������"treatment"! did not get any better. I  could not keep anything on .my stoih-  f acli, and the least thing would mak&  me sick. ������������������The'r.i mj* trouble,was complicated with rheumatism? which became so bad that I had to he lifted  like a child, and the pain was almost  unbearable. I was in this deplorable  condition wh������n my husband read of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and got me  a supply. When I had taken half a  dozen hoses I felt much bettej*, and  could go abOut the house. I kept on  taking the Pills until I had? used  twelve boxes, am". I can trul; say they  Tvia,i<i nie ***.. '"rel! woman. Indeed- X  do not think I would be living now  but for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I  wish I could persur.de every woman  who is sick to follow my example, for  I have proved they will cure the most  desperate eases, and I consider myself  a living witness of this fact."  You can get these Pills through any  medicine dealer or by mail post paid.  at 50 cents a box or <r'.:z boxes for  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, One.  Some men are smart;  some men arc  dumb.  Some men lack common sense,  While some will borrow trouble, some  Von't even take offence.  Pen, Chisel and Brush *  Senor Gamboa, Mexican minister of  foreign affairs, is not only a diplomat,  but an author of distinction.. He is a  novelist, publicist and writor of memoirs, and one of his best known works  is his extensive memoirs of his diplomatic career.  Charles Grally, selected to mode!  tbe statue to the pioneer mother as  tho central figure of the flno arts department of tho Panama-Pacific International exposition, is a native of Philadelphia and hns been awarded numerous exposition medals for his work.  A. C. Watt,.tho distinguished British painter, is a medallBt of-tho Royal  Instituto of Painters .In Water Color.  His recent painting, now in tho possession of 'the Duke of Portland, last  year won tho diploma of honor, open  to all Europe, for tlio best pictures of  flower gardens.  Aro you one of thSiso to whom  ���������very meal Is another source of?  Buffering ?  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  ���������wiU help your disordered stomach to  -digest any reasonable meals, and Willi  ������oon restore It to such p������r'������r,t r-nn-  dltlon that you'll never feel that you  have a stomach. Take one after  each meal. 50c. a Box at your  ;Druggist's. Made by the National  Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada.  ��������� ���������Limited. irro  W. N. U. a?o  A frlond of Sir Walter Landseer,  who accompanied him to Kensington  museum on the Urst occasion of Its exhibition by gaslight, rolatoB that Land-  soer stopped short boCoro hia largo  picture, 'A VIsit, to Waterloo." I  must havo boon mad whon I painted  that, he said, and walking up to tho  picture ho placed his band over the  purl which had attracted criticism.  An allondanl policeman uhou'cod his  pollto oriutlou: Now, thon, tako your  handfi off, thore! My good man, said  Sir Edwin, I was merely romnrlclng  how bad that wus. Then why don't  you go and do bettor? fluid the policeman, who had no liloa to whom ho  was speak I n k.  At the fc-iuil? of thn virtues,' it wus  UtvO.-r.-iU'.,     In    ll.li'l'.llK-.'i   Cl'itillltli;    ii,  Gonovoslty,  for they had novor mot  boforo.  Impossible  Sllonno is gold, isn't 11?  Of coin"'.  Then 1 wlnh Ihey would Invent nomf  now kind ol' dontlntry that could fill  a woman's mouth wllh It.  I diked  n   Lui.  I never Hay nil Miut.I think, ubo ro-  marked.  Thon, he replied, bolng unwilling  to mips the chance, yon muut. think nn  awful lot.  rn. ii ,...  1 ,,*i., ,i.������  to hurt uthiTH,'  -1.������><������7<    Min   V imi Mi  ..!.-  Ever since ���������i>liey.:;c>^  morning two-of tii<r bby-^_-dftbee_:  persistently naughty. At last, therefore, the teacher, now thoroughly exasperated, turned io them angrily and  said that they must stay in during  Playtime until each vhad written, his  name one thousand?*'times.  Playtime duly canie, and as -the  rest���������of the class rose and hastened  from the room to enjoy a spell of  freedom, tuer two miscreants settled  down 'to  their irksome  imposition?  Five minutes "later the tsacher returned, to see how they were getting  on, and found a heated argument in  progress.  Come, come! she asked. What's  the matter now? . ,?-\  ;..; Whereupon one  of the boys burst  mto tears.   '- ;{  Taiivc fair, mum! he gasped. His  name's Tim-Bust, and mine's Alexander O'Shaughnessy.  An amateux can start a love affair  with a woman, but it takes a connoisseur to break on j off.  This is a great age.  What has  struck .ycu now?  The'fac'. that so many doctors are  successful    without      whiskers It  wasn't so thirty years ago.   ..  In life things are not what they seem,  There's many a crooked deal,  And many a,man wears an auto cap  Who wasn't an automobile.  red,  He wore a neckt'e- "fiamin*  The bull was in the lot.  Oh. he came down all right, aU right!  The cross denotes the spot.  that j'ou  I    have  Wife���������I really bell ive nor,  only married nie because  money.  Hubby���������I-didn't. I married you because. I thought you'd lot nie have  some of it.  You are my UI, the lover vowed.  And then ���������it is to laugh���������*  The girl who was his all, he begged  ' To be his better half.  ...: The Waiter's Pried  : It was at a banquet, where a?notable  gathering of politicians had -assembled.  A certain aspiring young barrister?was  among the number, and as he spied  an inQuential judge at the far end, he  called the head waiter, slipped half-  a-crown iuto his hand, and whispered:  Put? me next to Judge Spink at the  table.  ....-When the'.time.-, came for-the guests  to be seated, he found to his astonishment that he was at the1 opposite end  to the judge.  ??? -.-:-Y.;tY??:;'''  He called the head waiter 'to explain. . ",   . Y??: '?���������'���������??.?  Well, sir, replied " '^official,^7 the '-"fact-  is-that the'judge gave me five bob to  put you as far from him as possible.  Partially Answered  ti ? In. that _ art?of Kansas where they  .need rain, ^certain  church  congregations have united to petition for it.  Didn't I see your husband going to  ehurcli today? one Kansas woman inquired of another.  'Yea,he went to ask for rain.  ���������  His faith must be pretty strong.  _ v.Yes,. ho wore his raincoat and took  his overshoes and his oldest umbrella'.  ���������It didn't rain!  .SjNo*  but he brought hack a much  better umbrella *:!aan the one he took  away.  Poor Pa!  Father���������You must  know  sir,  that  ..���������j  ���������u0..ki  mil set nouiing irom me  until my death.  Y Suitor���������lb, that's all right!  I have  enough  to live  on for .-two or three  years!  More Noise  I'm going to start an anti-noise association, said the mau who is always  promoting sometbinr.  How will you go about it?  Well, the first thing is to get the  public interested. I have already  engaged half a dozen, speakers and a  brass band.   .  Help for Asthma. Neglect gives  asthma a great advantage. 7 The trouble, once it has secured a foothold,  fastens its grip on the bronchial passages tenaciously. Dr. .T D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is daily curing  eases of asthma cf long ������������������ standing, j  Years of suffering? ho\yever; might-  have been prevented had the remedy'  been used when the trouble was in its  first stages. Do not neglect asthma,  but use this preparation a1: once.  wuccr    , 1 ii.kS   ui    iviciuuiy,  In later life Emerson's memory played him some, strange tricks. James  Cabot, his biographer,' says that-'-he  met him one day in the streets of Boston apparently *at a loss for something  audi asked him where he was going.  To dine, said Emerson, with an old  friend. I know where she lives but  I hope 3-011 won't ask nie her name.  Then he went on to describe her as  tlu mother of the wife cT-the young  man���������the tall mar���������who 'speaks so  well, end so on until Cabot-guessed  to whom, he was referring. This failing  led to a pathetic sceneiat Longfellow's  funeral. After gazing long at the  face-of his lifelong friend as he lay-in  his coffin Emerson said to a bystander,  that gentleman was a sweet, beautiful  soul, but I have cuUrely' forgotten his  name.  .What ffli.tunc..has?Miss Polly.?.,    ��������� ,  She says her face is?her .fovtuhe.  Weii. it has too many bad features  to make a good investment  You're a mean old Indian giver,  Said Genevieve to Jack,  For every kisB you give me  You insist on taking back.  Lien���������Sweetheart. I. cannot express  my emotions for you.  Marion���������Why don't you try the parcel post ���������?-  Ada was asked -f she hollered in tho  divining rod. *       --.-.-.....-:....������������������  Certainly she replied. Look at the  hot-water we found with the twig of  an applo tree!  Hov/ the  Stars  Ran  An old German was in toe witness  box the other day and a lawyer was  cross-examining him as iro- the position of the door, window, and so forth  ih;a houso, where a. crime had been  committed.; ���������"������������������ ..-.������������������...-. :.--.? ��������� '������������������ ���������  And now, sir, 'wSnfc?on'the:-.lawyer?  kindly describe to the court just how  the 'stall's ' run  in  that house.  The old man looked dazed and  scratched his head for a few minutes!  How the stairs run? he repeated.  Yes, if you please, how the stairs  run? said the lawyer.  _   Veil,  ventured the    witness    slow-  lyv'.'vin I am oop-stairs they run down,  and veil I am downstairs they run up.  AH  Old  Caw .  Maude���������She's such a quiet little  person tbat I'm surprised to hear she  is wealing a silhoute skirt.  Edna���������Perhaps she believes in the  old saying that little girls should be  seen, but not heard.  An Englishman, en holidays, was  driving around the county Tipperary  one warm- day, when he came, across  a farmei* setting potatoes. Thinking  of having-a joke with him, he began:  Well, Pat,  what are you planting?  Praties, sir, said Pa:.  Do 3*011 think potatoes will come up?  asked the Englishman.  Of  course,   saiu.  Pat. .  Wiij-, I. set onions last year in our  garden, and carrots came up, said the"  EnglishmanY   ' .  Oh! ?said Pat. I set anYacre of turnips last year in that field over there  and do yoii know What came up?  No.  replied  the  Englishman.  Mike   Murphy's   old   black   donkey,  t  Honesty  Teaelici*���������Henry, can yor. define a  hypocrite? .������������������������������������'���������'?..-.  Henry���������-Yessuin. It is a kid; wot  comes to school wid a smile on his  face. ���������      '  .-���������".::' ti'titi*&tii$^^^  '��������� ~:- :7 ���������.:,-..r^^r...'-.;^1IiiS(H  timtiiti^sm  ?���������:': 77a-*Y^7!'SSPssi  mmm  ���������tititism  Style  Fit and  Durability  is assured  by purchasing  "PERRIN"  3\5-I8  At leading dealers, everywhere.  r8ndA/exandsr.WIMB>Kj,  L������������B_i  .that  ak Bk_,a_^-^.f_������L  The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  ** Aii JKfnei- of Cloth.  Clean, Simple, No Chance of Mistckca. TRT  j   ITI  Send for Free Color Card and Booklet.  "XK- ?^b;-.r^.-,.;_jiaio>oa Co. 1���������nited.'Mootrwd  Remembered Him  Did your uncle remember you when  he came to make Us will?  Yes. -He remembered me so well  that he left my nam- out altogether.  Then end Now  Beforo I married my wife I could  listen to her voice for hours aud  hours.  And :-.ow?  Now I have to.  You seem to be very intimate with  the Digbys. I didn't know you had  met them.  I haven't met them. I patronize  their dressmaker.  Aye, monoy talks, as you can seo  I heard it on tho fly.  The only thing it, said to me  Was simply, 'Sir. goodbye!'  Lost  Anio.*? Plnchot (and probably others)  tells this story:  In tlio war I fought and bled for my  country, said the old general, and lost  all I had, save honor. And when tho  war was over I v*ent into politics and  lost nil I had saved in tho war.  Ho who Is satisfied with a little nover gntH much more, ho lt religion,  cropsror money.  "������������������  AinoricapB do not think for them-  boIvos���������atlll less for othors. Thoy pay  Europeaua to d..i their thinking for  thom.  If earthquakes had any spirit of accommodation thoy would Ieuvo tho  iBtlinnm of Pan1'ma alone, aftor 110-  glootlug to dig a canal themselves.  IT      > I II  Tlio Purls scientist who promises a  grout improvement in domontlc refrigeration hud butter put that, off until  next Bummor and look after tho henter.,  Tho University of Pennsylvania has  imported u twoi/o tou t-phiu**-. from  Egypt instead of patronizing home Industries and buying a utatuo of Con*  nlo Mack. '  Minard's Linimont Co., Limited.  Gcntlemcn.-YLast whiter 1 recolvoi)  great bc-njfit from tho use of MINARD'S LINIMENT in a severe attack  of LaGrippe, nnd I Imvo frequently  proved it to be very effective in eases  of Inflammation, .  Yours,  W.  A.  HUTCHINSON.  At. ,'������ recent election a ready answer  secured one woman canvasser a voto  for hor party. Sho hud fluently advanced several reasons in favor of her  candidate to u grumpy elector, wbo  told her sho could tulle tho hind legs  off a donkey.  Well, sho roplied. It would givo mo  ���������much moro pleasure to drive you to  the polling placo than to tho hospital.  Tho rotort so tickled tho voter that  ho promised to support hor side.  Regularity-  of tho bowela is an' absolute neces*  city for good health. Unlcan the  vuato matter from the food wlilcli  collects there ta (tot rid of at le.irt  once a clay, it decays and poisons ths  whole body, couDing bilioiuinc-ra, indf-  gefition and uiclc headaches. Salts  nnd other Iini-Hh mineral pur/jali've**  Irritate tho delicate lining of the  bowclo.   Dr, Morse's Indian Root  v..II , ���������       . .   . -  ��������� 1...1       v.n,.t.iy     l(.^i.u.rr\.        inuwlv  iill-   llfl'lr'-ll  ������.ft'.*>-| M'l't*'    V-!lJ|r-|.ll    Wl',1'.  cuini*, nickciiing or griping.   Uno  Dr. Morse's   '���������  A gentleman who had boen npcudlng  a holiday ul, ii Scottish seaside vlllago  noted for Its golf links, naked ono of  tlio caddlOH It' ho got muoh riiriylng  in tho wlntor time.  Na, sir, na, replied tho caddie.  There's nao carrying In tho winter  tlmo. Ye seo, it is this way. If It's  no sua' it's front; If It's na frost It's  uuu'; If it's no huh.' 1101- front, it's rain;  If it'B no rain, it's wind; au' if It'H n  flno day, It's tho Bawbalh!  Lovo speaks In two b������ngungo���������������ono  with tiio liptJ ami tho uiucr with tho  oyoH.     '  To  nsk   for  secrecy  la  to  flnggenti  that there la youu-Uiing to reveal.   *      | III di fell   li"*t^Ot   PsllO  Father's Dllomm.i  How'ti tho family? a fond paront  asked.  Well, my children arc at a dlfueult  ago navy.  nillloult'' Why they're all punned  tho monflleu and toothing stage, havo  they not?  Long ngo. Out you don't know a  father's troubled. My children are  a 1. tlio ������u<n -whom It I lined hIiiiik my  wife fiuyu I'm ������otiring a had example;  nnd If T *i*K*nl- corrcclly, tlm icldi-  think I'm a buck number. Which  nouwi vou no;  1 turning tho mldnlpjht oil Isn't had  IP it in in the wny of hruiesl. business;  but IT it. In ove,' th,. (.���������,-,! table or wluo  tuippor, thou It lu nl! wt"ti*r.  An Exception:  Does like always produce like?  Of course.  Then why is poor health produced  by rijh food? .  Back H.-.ided ���������  Is he a man you can trust?  I should say be wao.     You cau always trust liim for everything he gets  if you wnut to.  My son, said the father^ who was  somewhat addicted to moralizing, this  is the age of specialties and specialists. Ia there anything you can do  hotter than any ono else in the world?  Yeth, thii*, lispod tho small hoy; 1  can road my own writing.  A Definition  -corgie���������What's.a faith curifcU, dad?  Dttd���������He'i-i a fellow who v.-on't tako  his medicine.  Dear mo, Undo Ephralm! sho e.\r-  clul'inod. as she met tlu old gontloman  in tho hallway, you don't know bow  surprised I nm to nee you. Did you  travel all tho way from Vermont  alone ?  Naw, he roplied, ttoeply offonded at  tho question, aa ho put his carpet bag  down. Thoro wero forty or fifty pooplo on tlio samo train.  ���������_rafWWi_L������_i  WATERPFtOOF COL.L.ARS AND CUFFS  Something better than linen and Ms  laundry bills. Wash it with soap ana  water. All stores or direct. State styls  and size. For 25c. we will mall you.  THE   ARLINGTON   CO.   OF    CANADA.  ���������  '���������-    . .   _    I.**!���������*������������������������--*     ���������  ���������  -MIHH hCU      ''....  58   Fraser Avenue,  Toronto,   Ontario  BEST AHD HEaiTH TO'.KOTHER'JUID 6H1U__  M-S.WiNSTr.oWs SooxniNG Syrup has beea  ased ior over SIXTY VBARS by MH.I.IONS ei  MOTHBRS for tlielr CHILDREN WH1SM  TBRTHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHIM), SOFTENS the GUMS'.  A-������,AV- all PASN t CURKS WIND COLIC, esS  is tlie best retuedy'-for JDIARRHOvA. It is ������J������  Eolutelv harmless. Be sure aud aslc tor uM*-*_  Winslow's Soothiug Syrup," aud take no cUret  fciad.   Xwcnty-fi vc cents a bottle. - ,.  LADIES WANTED -DO ARTISTIC  congenial needlework at home; mako  from three to flvo dollars per day decorating cushion tops. Armour . Art Co.,  Dept.   B.,  BredalW -a   Block,   Whinlpeff.  The Chauffeur to the Rescue  When the young physician's motor  oar reached the: scene of the accident  thero was nothing to do; all the victims had boon so slightly hurt that  they were able to walk bome. Th������  young doctor was keenly disappointed, but his chauffeur spoke up cheer-  ingly; Never mind, doctor. I'll run  down some business on tho way honuk  Her Yearning  She���������Do yuu Jove mo as much when  you aro absent from me?   . .  He (fervently)���������I love you moro,  darling. i r ���������. .  She���������Oh, why cKlVt I bo with yo*tfe  then?        ' " ,';       ; *      *" 1   -  Natural Supposition  Johnny, tho teachor nskort, can you  toll mo anything about Christopher  Coliii-biiB?  Ho discovered Amerlcn.  Yes.     What olso did ho do?  t supposo ho wont homo and lectured about It,  Muiiy n. Time hnve T llptenod to the  plulut of mon: Ah, It l could only work  aw I did once, when well and strong!  lint .To-lin -tirlpyconi atolo i^vvny their  strength, health aud wealth,'and left  thom nothing worth owning.  A boy of tdxtoen linn far stronger  feeling-* and ri llorcor tomiier than  when ho prole; 1o bo sixty; and then���������  In bin youth���������In tho timo to exorclno  control nr It hlmHOlC Tl in wrnny; for  othora to toase or auger him for the  fun of It.  It ki niipnoHnd to ho a uuiik of polite-  noo.i to nay: Oh, como light hi; nevor  mind lho mild 11    This In rm Irumlt to  tno iioiiHowu'e, find nildn to her labor.  .1 . ., . .      .    .,      ������  j... ^... .     ....j ,.  *....i  ,.    ^..v.    ijiuinu    iitlil    ||.  chip; clean tbone nhnro well.  riTent poopTf ������>i|oi>ld nnf. }>r- vrnvvldil  by small debts  Thero was a young man, vain of his  accomplishments as a preacher, who*  after ofllclatlng at a certain servlco for  a Scottish minister who occasionally  had to avail himsolf of-tho assistance*  of probationers, waa met by tho old  gentleman with extended ? hIb aa ho������  descendod from tho pulpit. Expect-*  lug high praise, he said: No compl*  monts, I pray.  Nny, nay, my young frlond. said th������  parson, nowadays I'm , glad o' tinjr1*  body.  Julia, you huvo tho prettiost mouth  In the world, tilghod young Van Win*-  kle.  Well, sho roplied. If mino Is ta*  prettiest then yourn comeu noxt.  And It enmo.  Thoro Ib roal planBuro in ownjng flntt  Btock, woll fed; but scrub stock nnrt  ugly fences givo tho farmor that tired  fooling which dotractti from on'occua.  A frlond wrltea thin wise eontonc*  whieh nil piirentn Hhould noto and nek  upon: Instond of conning dead lang*-  uageu and tho memories of aenti-montnl  Htoraturo, tho study of naturo uhouldl  bu nubstltutcd.  At Loot ,    ,    j  Bo   Miss   I.oreiia   I^lngerlonfr  Is  to  be mnrrled at hint? '-   ������������������    ���������  \'������r.        Blip      I,....       Ol-I'lll.'      -I!"^.1       ,1r,.... ������������������ ���������������  competition.  "^STSU "iJ  Try Murine  Eye Remedy  H/Vou havo Red, Weak, Watery Rym   ....^.   ~.jm*.'^... J.'V.V.UI    i.   fc>MJUfiik  wSootbefl    Kvt*   TV'ltv       11m~~tr���������<���������*    ,_;".���������  Murlno Ifyo Keniudy, Liquid,"y.So, S0c.*  Murlna ICyo Pnlvo In Aaeptlc. Tube*,  2Sc,   50c.     Eyo  Hool.ft   J/rco  by  MnMLl  ��������������������� H-y* T*ttW> Uood lor All Ky������n that N**4 Ommm I  |lutrln������ Eyo H������in*dy Co.* Chlo������������*  ti'timm  y?*^S  Y'-^-^^J  W������J*!!������l_.__i____ I  ESL  THS   CSESTON   SEVSEW*    GBESTDR;    B, D,  ml ���������__;____-_-_______--��������� i     -u-j. ������������������ %m __a^B|pa^a*j-s.������i5- ������������������ ��������� -.-; ���������-  X   7*  9  1  > <4--<_  Dliilg  v/ ^ 11 r  rxenewal  ��������� ������������������������  a  Subscription  i  ri  Send the Paner to Your Friends and  uecoine a  he Cres  Fruit Dis  ^Wfl*WM^  7%-e Creston ^evieVp  FnbiiBhed every   Friday at CreBton, British Colnmbia, by the Oreston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the CreBton valley, cir  opiating in nearly oift thousand homes throughout tbe Creston distriot; and  reaohing onfc in a broad manner into other co-imimJvrs. Onr advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary ���������������.. -iters' Board ot Trade.  Land pnrohaBe and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issne  an*i 6 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  'advance. Onr columns nre open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Ormtvibuti/ons must be brief and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  We beg,to draw attention an Agricultural Association.  to the fact that subscriptions,  are due in advance. A great  many , of our readers are  therefore in arrears and as  we must have money to  carry on -our business we  take this means of asking  you to please pay up at  once.  We invite your inspection  this week of our Progress  Number. This year we- have  simply tried to, gather lhe  facts of the progress of our  various industries, all in the  space of one weeks time but  as it seems to meet with  popular approval, wc will  make it an annual affair and  in future shall devote more  time and effort to its pro-  dnrrirtti.  This committee has been  to considerable trouble to  prepare a report and it is to  be hoped that a good meeting  will turn out to hear and  discuss their recommendations  In view of the tremendous  future ahead of this valley  there can be no question that  the   organization   of   an  ag-  23rd we propose to effect  another  change,  one   which  wf*    r*-������crnr_.     fig     "*_      flio    rifylif  direction���������in the direction of  advancement. As long as  one is satisfied to drift with  the tide the tide will always  be drifting the wrong way  but if one takes it in hand  to  stem the tide and launch  out on a newer and a better  course, there is always opportunity for advancement.  We propose to discard the  patent inside of the paper���������  ,ve have always felt like  offering our apologies for it  ���������and the only reason it was  continued was the fact that  it  was  procured  on  a  long  contract and we felt in honor  bound to live up to the deal.  But now the contract has  expired    and    we    will   not  renew unless we have reason  nature    that    looks to    the*  betterment    of    the district1  the  Creston Review is with  you.  RESTING  A  RAZOR.  ricultural    association    is    a  step  iu   the   right   direction !to think thsit the  readers of  and should have the endorsement and support of every  individual who has the future  of  the  valley  at  heart.  This is a meeting for all  the interests of the valley  and the hall should be packed  Come prepared to enter  iuto  the  discussion.  With this weeks paper we  Wc solicit your co-operation bcKUi our sixtl) year of publication.    The history of the  Review    has    been    oue    of  on  the  r-th   lor the  1,11 mose linanv   chancres,   tint  onlv   i-o*|"uu   JOUA   UrtUU*   *u   ������^"������������fci  the   paper   itself   but  in  it*>nd  ^eloping  :Uis  district,  114 1 <  ������.'j  There  will   be  a   meeting  the paper want that inside  service, in tlntf^-case we will  again  iustull  it.  In th|b meantime we will  endeayor to put iuto the paper  more inatter of local interest  inora of the material that  pertajns to the industries  of   the\ community   and   in  this effort  we  look for and  b_'       *  '   i**v>������������"������' yfJlU' Hi'iiyci"  ation and your news.  Let   us   forget   old  scores  of hearing the report of the  committee appointed to look  into the* question, of  forming  iHiinafcCMeui aud iu������  policies  * tliis  valley.  *%/**%*      *1������<,     *l*S*i*0,     0\$      tf*.*.      .  .   .  **  xmmx,     xxxs,     IMHV    %0A     J *mX**������**t V  f  iiuca I   I     In anything of a legitimate  Why Letting It Lie Idle For Awhile  Improves the Blade.  It Is well known that our metals are  conductors of electricity. Steel is an  excellent conductor, and when this  metal is fashioned into tools with sharp  edges tbe electric current tbat ls continually passing through the metal will  leave tbe body ut tbe sharp point or  edge.  Barbers tell ob the razor gets tired  and ls Improved aftor a rest This Is  true in a scientific sense, it is not  exactly a rest thut tho razor needs,  although the term will express it pretty well.  I1* seems tbat.nny razor, after con*  Btnnt uso on tbo human fnce. will become not exnctly dull, for the bnrber  can sharpen It, but rather sluggish  nnd refuse to work as smoothly as  when It has lain for a few weoks without work.  Constant use and continued sharpen-  Ing put tho molecules Into a sluggish  condition, and it is Impossible to got  tho samo edge as when tho Htcol baa  not been used for somo time.  Wben tbo razor lies idlo and tho  electric current Is passing off nt tbo  edgo tho partlclos aro being toned and  tempered, and tbo edgo actually bo-  i-oiuch tuoi'o smooth and 1 cully wlmipor  and moro fit to rcmovo tho board.  It 1������ claimed tbat a razor wrapped  In rubber cloth and placed In a drawor  ���������wny from nny lamp will not bo bono-  Mod by tlio rest na will a razor thnt  In simply laid away rather carelessly  without nny Insulation. It ls tbo oamo  If tbo razor la Inclosed ln a glass cono,  for the Innulntlon prcvcntn the electric  current from passing through tho mot-  al.~-Harper'*- Weekly.  .  f*    mi,  *mS  #2������l@liSK^  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGKJ-  LATIONS  In the Spot Light  ^ On the stage'of business the spot  light is on the man who advertises.  Our Classified  Want Ads will  place you or your needs in the .lime  light of public attention.!  If you have not tried*tihcm. their  illuminating power will surprise you..  -��������� ������������������ "���������-f- ��������� --ia '  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consul-two ENoiN-itn  CRESTON      -  B.C.  What Rosea Are.  Vou havo noticed, to bo sure, thai,  roHO leaves uro llko Ibo follnico of  applo trees. Thoy nro of ono fnmlly.  Rosea are tbo souls of applet*. iHowora  nro never Just nccldontn. Thoy nro nil  related to BOiiitfiiiliig *.*������mi������. Ah h illiin  wild roso In lllco u dour hjiby, no a big  npplo troo In lllco n grownup pfitmon.  Bomo roues Imvo been turned In ono direction for tbelr fragrance and bonuty.  ritUn+m hnvt* hoon hrnuclit un Into ntv  plo trees for tbo frultn th"** benr.  Noarly everything pcopio llko to ������-nt  wan a flower until Its Improvement  mndo It something ������lan.������~Los Ang������"l*vs  Time*  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Firo, Life and Acoident Insurance-  KEAL K8TATB, IDto.  TRAIL  B.C.  ,-.-,*���������" "Si  LAND ACT  Form No. 9  Fohm ok Norton*  Ni-Ihoii Land Diah-iot. Distriot nt  Went Kooteuny.  Take notice tbat I, Goorgo Thompuou*.  of Christ on, B. O. occupation, Ranoher  in lend to npply for permission to  purnhnHO tho following deuevlbod lands������������������  Commencing at a post plan tod at  the South I5r.f.t Corner **-f Let C07".  Group 1 Kootmn.y Dintridt, tboucu  South 40 chfJim, thenooEiitit 40 cIuiIuh  thence Norlh 40 <dmlnfl, thorn*** Went ,   ~  wlO ritinlnii | <\ I \*n r\r\li,l off rmmnnnnnrv.iM.1       HI   M  W...1 ...t.i.,(.... .. inn n... r * * . . II ������������������  ��������� w* W  or  Iohb. ��������� ���������*, ������ *���������������.������������ H  aKOUGli: TMO-1PWON I  Dii.o,l  20ih   Ddcotnber, 1UI-.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberia  the Yukon Territory,  the North-w*Bt  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for  a   terra of twenry-one    yenrs ...j������tj  an annual rental of f I an  acre.   Not*  tnore than 2,560 aores will be leased toi  one lapplicaut.  Application for a lease mnst be made  by the applioant in person to the' Agent  or Sab-Agent of the distriot in Whic  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed by sections,   or legal sub-1  divisions* of sections, and. in utnsnrveyed  territory the tract upplied  for sbnll be'  staked ont by "the applicant himself,  I    Bnch application must be accompanied  j by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if  I the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise.    A royalty  Bhnll be  paid on tho merchantable output Of tbo  mino nt tho rate of live oents per ton.  Tbe person operating the mine shall  furnish tbe Agent with svoin returns  nooonn-n,������r for tho full qnanttty of mer-*'  rohantnblo coal mined and pav tho royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  are uot beiug operated, suoh ie turns  ���������should be furnished nt least onco a year  Tbe loniio will inolude the ooal mlu-  iug rights ouly, bnt the lessee may b������ I  permitted to purchase whatever avail- ,  able Hiirfaoe riphts may be oonHidbred *���������  ueocHHury for tho working of tbo mlui* im  Art the rntn of $10 nn aore. ,-/1  For full information application should  It* mimlo to the Ronrptnry of the T������epnrt-  itt������������it. of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any -t  Aipemt or Sab-Agent of Dominion Lauds  TV, W. OOllY, iii  Deputy Minister of the Intorlor.  N.  B.���������^���������Unauthorized publloatlon of  this ndveciiaeniont will not be paid for, ,_  ���������80600. il  tl  'I  *��������� i  Nothing Makes a  Lady look so dressy  An a Tailor-made  Suit.  _P_ I  fcA      M ta e*     ts     y     |g    ._.mmm  vim iii:|  Artinti in ff^idtoji and OnntH AUirO    <   -ID  ������t, NelRotiB. CJM  itt*m*mMmmtamm*m^iatmmmmiaimiamammm ���������:!iq~^.;:^-^'i?.f.i:;x^vjfr:'i;  *m**0**s**i0^m*m*tmi  aae  m^:  ^'*%ffi$@BS&  V ^WT.12*''^iFiSVifrXl:XS  /"  ^ "rs^is  ^llli^ "b. '������,  r���������      *V *T -*���������  CHERRIES IN '  BLOSSOM  One of ihe  Attractions of the  Wonderful  Crestpn,,. tititi^   -...��������� '*���������'  Valley     '    ���������'���������-'*"  1 ���������- *_^ii_[  -_ " i__ US  '    ������?*l_|  rs_  r/y_r home  of the  T&AMSiEMT '  ������������������:'..,-   >*v  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  RO&M&  " "��������� . i-  THE BEST AND MO  POPUL  TH EO  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  W. A; HERON,  MANAGER  Limited  CRESTON     ..-.-.:     B.C.  Head  OfHces  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Dealers in  EAT  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  .   and Oysters  in Season  . owe  us   tsuuui.  juur  Xmas Dinner  We have* the goods,; and  our orxes are reasonable  GET YOUR   -ti.:-;'  ing, finning and  General Repair Work  ��������� *'--���������*   s  Doiie  by  W. B. Embree  mrr  The satisfaction  of'work   well" donf  lingers long after, the price is forgotten.  iy~/~>~~~77~..���������<���������,.: i  *������yivni    ������*_���������*��������������� f������t^m   ' i  :*.tj*MU- lieJDeatt^  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  ;    Tho"       '   "?.' ?  Funeral Direcior  AN ARTfiUL ELEPHANT.  Ho Deserved the Dinner He Got With  .     So Much Cunning.  TJ *mmm+*.      tern      ������-i *t       r* %-*-\ a������r** *"������*������������������'     +r������ I*������      f*&    '** *������       **,1j������  UCLC     XO     till    C4.ixiUOi.Xijg     tciic    U*.     CLU.    cur  phant's artfulness told by Mrs. A. M.  Hundley in "Roughing It In Southern  India:" "  "One very?>brlgbt moonlight evening  while camping on the Brahmagiris we  were sitting, ool in the cool air.after  dinner when one of.. the elephants  somehow contrived to unbobbie himself and walked a way from his own  quarters into ours. ' We saw him go ud  to *n sleeping native, snuff at his pillow  ahd then ever so gently dravif it away  with bis trunk. At the same time he  edged bis own foot under the man's  head and shoulders that no jerk might  be felt.  "The pillow was a bag of rice, put  there for safety against pilferers.    Al-  **��������� l*������y_iirr1*-������    __j*_i3    nn   ���������!���������*-���������������  iuvU^u    -������t=-i    \a\j   *_i  lr*ir������*l-  ���������    _-l-t������*^    _\r>*������  UUVL,       V-JiVf.    Ik/M**^  ^ _J-___i_l U QVEB ftg YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  Trade MAntes  Designs  .... copyrights &c.  JMiyono iehdthg a Bkoteli uud description moy  antokly naoor'nln our opinion freo wliotlior an  invent inn Is prob*U>ly V<jtontiyi>]o. Conimuiilca.  tloiiBBtrlotlyconiliJoiitliil. HANDBOOK onPateuta  sunt froo. OlrtOBt nuonor tor occurliiK putoiila.    .  -Fntants talxon throuali Munn Sc, Co- rcoolvo  apecUU notics*' wit bout ctmrqo. la tbe  Scientific fli-Mcaii.  _ handsomely lllnstnited weekly, 'tntttnb *lr-  enlatlon of any Hi;ientltlo -journal., Tonus, for  Canada,-9Xn a year, "vostouo prepaid. Sold liy  jll newidualer*.  MUNH & Co.38,B,Mdway* Hew York  Branch Offloo. &5 IT St, Wnshlnjitw, _. B.  A. IViirabeiii  i  Harness   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in- hig'i   class  i'     ���������'-���������'.���������-:.  boots and siioes.  deftly, opened and its contents devoured to the very last grain, the thiuf looking Watchfully" rouiicl him/the while.  ''We- were not likely to disappoint  hi.m of, his cleverly j won.', feast,, as he  seemed' to know, for, just letting his  tiny7 eyes rest'on us unconcernedly for  a second or two, be fell to considering  his nest move. '  -���������'Hfedrew a stone toward him with  4,hjs e������.erL "handy trunk and got it under  tlie..p_ipty sack. Then fie worked both  together under tbe'raarr-'s bead. Finally be stealthily witbdrefvv his own foot,  iind, having waited no longer than was  nece"ssary?to make sure be bad left all  safe?be moved off.'.'     :    .       ,    ,'...  -\ Down in the Depths.     ;  *,;  The mermaid was ill. Sbe sat lean������.  irig against a'rock, unmindful.,of the  sind that-was settling'on'ber 'beautiful tail. In fact, she was too far- gone,  to care about any tiling.  'Later," when   Father Neptune came  filou-j   to- inquire   bow   she   felt,   she'-  cheered up a..little.      ���������   ���������. ������������������-.���������������   ���������  "Oh, Father I^eptune-j" she ^crled.  "coiild you nbt slip up auu ask the.  people on the beach *lf there is a doci  tor, amongst them?'''    -   ���������'."���������'���������'7- " "  r-ifeptune, only too glad to he- of use?  departed and was seen returnin?? with'  a young man of professibhal appears.  ande?       : ?'*'' -     '?'. -;.?  -..y.^ .;.-;.,'  ijhe young man presented his eardV  the' mermaid smiled, read it and���������  fainted. - ������������������'��������� ..-���������' :ti,,  B|e was a chlropoAist!���������-London An--;  sweas.  .^^iS^"-S^ia_Si55-S*������>st-S;*a^ ^-tU&>^^s*t*^^-S_a-S������  We hav  "3^^^^-fM^S^a^l^S^SSEan  e just received  ik't  I some new Pennants and  y Sofa GushionSe Thev are  m made   of  hicrh   class  felt  %ti   ���������;".������������������"' .? .'���������'���������'. '  .    ���������-���������  and well sewn.   See them  e  nw tuc noiMU- nc Miacadii  ui,     ���������������������������_���������    b>,i,i������>t    vi      ii i*-i*jii-������i in������  Still  Save yenr Plane by  having an expert  tie your Tuning* - ~  J.A.P. CROMPTON  CRESTON,    ...  B, C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL  It' DROP A  PlSrALlA-V-O'-.I'LL   GALL.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE -  CAPITAL,. $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS.;  Issued by Tho Cunndiun Bank of Commerce, siro a safe, convenient nnd  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums-of money. These Orders,  payable without clmrfje at any bank in Canada, (except in the Yukon  Territory) nnd in the principal cities of the Unifcd,States, aro issued at  the following: rates:  $5 nnd under ........ .,*... ,     3 cents  Over     5 und not exceeding $10. ?.     O  jo     " *��������� ao..;:. io  Three   Hours   of   Peril,   but   He  Clutched His Knife.  On the afternoon of June 1, 1872, an  old painter named William McCul-  loiigb while painting the bridge above  N'lagarn falls between the flrst and  second Sister islands fell into the rap-  Ids. Instantly he was swept furiously  toward the cataract, but whirled into  lesser waves, so-that be struck against  und seized a rock not far above the  brink.  Elundreds quickly gathered on tbe  shore and watcbod. all eager to help,  but Ignorant what to do. Among them  wns Thomas Conroy,, wbo secured n  coll of rope, fastened one end to a tree  on shore and with tho other end In his  lui-'id wnded out ns far os ho conld and  occasionally swum, the water beiui*  from eighteen inches to six feet deep.  He aimed far up stream to allow for  iho power of the current and at last  with great dltllculty reached the unfortunate painter nnd be?und blm to himself with the ropo. Tbey woro swept  off their feot several times on tho wny  back to shore, but the rope hud boen  firmly fnstcued, and tlioy Anally landed  siifely.  When they rnachqd shore It wns  found thnt McCnlloiiftii still clutched  his putty knlfo ilriuly ln his hand, having held It during the threo hours he  had been on the brink of tho falls.  Investigations "made r by ���������" physicians  prp'sje that there is appr������ciable?.bariA:  from noise, and serious harm/too.    It7  is rbsff, doubt true tbat.a normal Triervous?  systiean can apparently-ad jiistitself to  all sorts of adverse circumstances. .We  couldn't exist otherwise.'" Nevertheless  the Inimical agents make an..impress  and, .like water dropping on "a stone1,  can overcome resistance in time.  These 7  .r_^s:f������i^tpj^?.^  thai nervous condition's? li t_6^"-*wiT6"  have loaig been immersed in loud noise  utterly "fennware that an*-*  barin  wsp  being doae.���������London Tit-Bits. ,  m  Ji***  /B*i  Price from 35c. to 2.50  \-f  j!  m  |  m  il  m  ������������������' i\  %  -'I  m  ?I  m  'Il  '!  m  ��������� 'tiM  ������t  ti'-tiii  ".T.'  m  m  *.n  --M  in  m.  til  m  w  '*"������  m  :J  ������  ��������� ���������' A  ������������������ -..-������������������ A  fft_  ���������:...-. 7*a  $ Greston Drug&Book Go. |  $ PhoneiSl    . |  /^..,y^ .:���������'���������*':���������'. -M  '-'^vsgig*.'-eg.:gri<g"g-g*-g-��������� ������gr*~?-*^-  ig;*iK'-_'-i'-\*_������*"m"_T-m''^������aZ**^* t~rw  ���������^������������������jEr-'5_.������r.������r ���������������-������-������r-,Sr ^^*^*^������t*;^,^'^'������r-'5_r-w:'^:'������������ jy*  ������������������  ������  * i  .'.*.  Easily Recognized.  "That man sitting In the back seat  Is the one.iybo..owns the automobile."?  "Why, bd is the only person in the  party wbo doesn't seem to be having a  good tluie." ���������-.   '  '���������That's'bow I know. He's thinking  nbont tires,'gasoline' and speed limit  tines."���������Washington Star.  .The New and the Old.   .  "I congratulate, you? ou having been  knighted. Mr. von Meyerstein. Mighty  pleasant experience. Isn't it?"  "Don't talk, bnri������i. To you it is  much pleasanten thnt'It wasn't- you;,  but ohe of your ancestors who had  tluit-^experlence some 5d0 years ago."������������������  MeRgendorfer Blatter.   _���������;������__:���������  ������������������ ,-> v  ���������������������������  The Other Way.  She (to husband who feels seasick*  ness coming on)-Onn I get you anything.; dear?' He���������No. Just tell m*  how to keep what I've got���������Boston'  Transcript '  *&  Heroic ������������������ y ? j  Gladys���������Oh? Bert, T -wonder.-! there;  ���������ire nny staiacrites in this cave? BenV  ���������Well, If thero nre, hayen't l.got this,  stick to defend you- with V^-London J  Punch. !  The Leading  Hotel ofthe  Fruit    Belt  Ot'f   Guests  Cah   c/2gz?.n  \/OU will make no mistake  Y when you get Off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men v. ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests..  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /. B. Moran  Prop.  mmui-ixae.1���������uu  14  ti  30  tt  4*  $o.  15  n  tt  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  8,0  ���������hould be mado by m������iinN, of our SPECIAL- IOHEIGN  DRAFTS iind  MONEY  . ORDERS,   Issued without delay -tt r������aaonnbI** raton.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  ���������smmx  '.unrnmn  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Shipment o'fr'McLaiigliii vSleiglis and Cutters on Hand  TEAM   "SLEIGHS"  w      Harness; vSingle and Double nnd Supplies on Hand  ������Ai  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Slemhs nnd Cnlte.s COAL FOR  SALK  For Partridge,  Woodcock, Squirrel or Rabbit  Shooting the  44 GAUGE SHOTGUN  No.!lO,t  ISAWOMDER  j        tNl Infli Imrrol, wcti'.Iiil I llw., intiu-ilown.  I ur -ll *< I., II W.C.I-' -ml uml -II "llnma  liullui" (.'mlriilijiiii.    .. .  Lint Prlco Only $S(66  N,|(,llii>rl������i,-('(ir Kinniodfl^liiit. }vV  '(fun o-ioftlflonl iinili-rnoci'i-iil '���������*'*,VI  p vnriuiy of comlitli'ii*, "^'"j  fSendyburWantstoUsI  .      ��������� " '   '   '* '������  We Are Specially Kqnipped To Do  All Kinds of  '    Si-ihI fwi' iti-lail.-il il"i- I  lll|i|l���������,, UMil     r..tr������-w\i. II |  r.lllyNI.Mii,"  All livi it-iUrt luii'l' STEVENS I  mxmmmmmimmmmmmmmxmmmmmm  Vf0  Bring* in Your Order, to the  H. S. McCreath, Prop. 1  6   lMmnn hti birilur Aviuiun Uox 14 ft  %^.^.*.*.y^i-y^.yy.y,y^^''^^i^^^  I   STrVFNfv ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  r.o.*4,i������*iOor,  S*.ymmsMS ������_-, mmm.  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"r*." m . *^^. .   *"4Sm . ^,^^.  . *Wte ^immimm^^.  ,^iSm --air -"BUtr -mju* -Q_r *ml0' ~*s������ ���������*** "mis   "mm* ��������� '������*���������*> ���������*** ���������**>* ���������-���������_>* f*m* ���������***������ Mim* _bS ^q_S --~? ^S>.^S >m_S&&W*  0mf-ti^.^, 00 100^00.00*^.00 '00'00 '010*00 * 00'00^&^&ti^ti^7^7^7^7^t^  *m*mmm**mm***i*tto*  MMHtMMMtHNUUtUWM  iiiiw.mii WMiitf-jmaKgjj. iv"  am 0f&  <***s  THE KE VIEW. CRESTON. B. C.  "I r-_ ^-*_-��������� _ m-^Y **��������� ** -'f iirrr ��������� r w  Prompt Relief-���������Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  UVERPILLS never  *  ���������*      r*  .. I .  jau.   ruieiy vegetable���������act surely  hut gently on  the liver.  Stop after  dinner  distress���������,  iureindi-'  gestion���������improve  tlie complexion���������brighten  the eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Frice.  Genuine must boar Signature  Seed Grain and Potaioes  By Instructions of the Hon. Minister  of Agriculture a distribution of Superior sorts of grain aad potatoes will be  made during tho coming wii-^er and  spring to Canadian farmers. The samples for general distribution will consist of spring wheat (5 lbs), white  oats (<1 lbs.), barley (5 lbs.), and field  peas (5 lbs.) These will bo sent out  from Ottawa. A -distribution of potatoes (in 3 lb. samples) will be carried on from several of the experimental farms, the Central Farm at Ottawa  supplying only the provinces of Ontar-  and Quebec. All samples will be sent  free, by mail.  Applicants must give particulars, in  regard to the soil on their farms, and  i some account of their experience with  such lands of grain (or potatoes) as  they have grown, so that a promising  sort for their ccna* tions may lie selected.  Each application must be separate  and must be signed by the applicant.  Only one sample of grain and one of  ENGLISH  HAND  JB  MAD-       LACE  Mass bv -sub Vjll_c_E3 in Bucximqhj���������ishirb.  No. 100.  PRICE-  .SO  mryard.  Th.  workara  bave a  -beautiful  collection  of Collar:.  - Hsa������������������,  TIej; Fronts.  Se:s. Yokes.  Stocks.  Plastrons.  Jabots. Ac..  froia .30,  .SO, .76 up.  Seethes,  l?ivo o'clock  ������'Oyiey*.  Ac, anil  everytbine  that can be  ���������lie la Lace- Yard Lace  and insertion from   .10,  .20,,.25 up ta ������-,60  per yd.  BooUet entitlsd Am  ���������trrutlnf H������_. la*a������-  trr," Illustrating ovar  100 desiin* of Pi!!ow  ���������L-i������   ������r>!' frs= :a ir.-.-  Slres and Sons-  John Clark, aged    eighty-two,   has  been placed in charge of the national  botanie  gardens,  Washington,  a job  he declined fourteen years ago. ;  Don Carlos Moria Lynch? minister  of foreign affairs of Chili, has been  presented with the cross of the Sacred Treasure on behalf of the emperor  of Japan. The honor was conferred  owing to his services in. ths apprcacli-  nient between the two nations."  John MacViekar, the specialist in  municipal government, is a native of  Canada. He served two terms as  mayor of Des Moines, where the 'JJes  Moines idea' originated, and ils now  member of the city council and superintendent of the department of  streets and public improvements.  General Carlo Caneva, on whom the  Australian emperor recently conferred  a high decoration, commanded the  first expedition of Italian troops in  Tripoli in 1911 and was the first governor of the new Italian colony on  the northern coast of Africa. Ho  holds  the highest rank in the army  'geu-  CAUQHT  LIONS WITH   FLYPAPER  Laces ware awarded Cold Mad:   Uso  Festival oi  Empire and Impartal  exhibition. Crystal Palace. 1911.  STOCK COLLAR. $3 centa (h_I>  >-J____^>v &  Girt  al   world.      Tha  ce-maksra   mra  very  of   any   anlars.  ever assail  Stress Hxammmix  KllOV   LA-CB     ������������������!-  ������Ha������r ������_*������  mra,   Vm  Armstrong,  Olney,   Buck*  ENGLAND  ���������aMtttawaa,  potatoes  can  be sent to   each  farm  Applications  oa any kind of printed j ^fcer the king himself, that of  form cauuot be accepted.      If two or | eraie Q-csercito.' ������������������**-  more samples are   asked for   in   the  ]_   same letter only ono will be sent.        j  As the supply, of seed is limited, farmers are advised to apply early; but  tlio applications wiii not necessarily  be filled in the exact order iu which  they are lecelved.. Preference will  always be given to tin. most thoughtful aud explicit requests-' Applications received after the end of January  will probably be too ia-U-.  All applications for grain (and applications from tho provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be addressed to the Dominion Ceroal-  ist, Central Experimental Farm. O'trta-  Was He Sacked  Though a benevolent old gentleman  and a kind employer, Mr. Jones decided that, so far as his office-boy,  Alexander Kaldwin, was concerned,  the limit of his patience had been  reached.  The boy must bo sacked.  He had arrived a Quarter of an hour  late yesterday, ten minutes. lato the  day before, and this morning-���������Mr-  Jones glanced at the office clock���������the  lad was already twonty minutes overdue.  Precisely nine minutes later ho en-  Thousands of mothers can testify to  the virtue of Moi-her Graves* Worui  Exterminator, because ihey know from  experience how u :.eful it is.  The Beasts Entangled- by Thousands  of Sheets Were Lassoed  Not long ago four man-eating lions  were caught by flypaper at the village  of Gwalior, India.  It happened that the head man of  the village was able to shut the four  lions np in a hut into which they had  ventured, in search of prevs He kent  them thus barricaded for nearly two  weeks, no one being willing to attempt  to capture them. Finally he thought  of a scheme that proved as successful  as it was original.  He had thousands of sheets of flypaper spread on the ground before the  entrance to the hut. Then suddenly  the barricades were lifted and the  lions came bounding out���������into the flypaper. Of course it stuck to their  paws, and when they tried to lick it off  it stuck to their faces and heads. The  lions promptly forgot all about human  beings, and in their wild endeavors to  get rid of tho flypapers, rolled over  aud over on tho ground, roaring and  fighting for breath. Then the head  man aud his followers rushed forward  with long ropes, lassoed tho plunging lions and tied them up���������-flypaper  and all.  Minard's Liniment ..-ures Diphtheria.  ~ Why,   Indeed?  A certain captain had been lecturing his now recruits at s<?me length  ou 'The Duties of a Soldier. Ac last  ho thought tho tlmo had come to find  out just what he had accomplished.  Casting his eyo over the room, he  fixed it on Private Murphy as his flrst  victim. Private Murphy, lie asked,  why should a soldier be ready to die  for his country?  Tho private scratched his head for  a while; then an ingratiating smile  flitted across his faco. Sure, captain,  ho said, pleasantly^ you're ouite richt.  Why should he?  ���������22   CARTRIDGES  bonded with Black or Smokeless Powdei  Winchester Cartridges and Winchester Rifles are  made in the same factory and tested together.   Hence ^   (V  best results are always obtained when they are used ' *   "**  each other.   Moreover, the knowledge obtained in  manufacture of firearms, gives the Wincljfester Com*  ari advantage in making cartridges for all kinds of  , as they know their requirements.   Winchester .22s,  black and smokeless, are made in all size������-oft_is  caliber and will surely give the best results in youff  rifle.   The smokeless cartridges are loaded with Grease-  less Bullets, which do not soil the hands or clothing.  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OATS,  5������5t^X.������?.c.."lLA3S'.by sli-PPlng their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR {*/������(* having them sold on commission b-  THOMPSON,  SONS  AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDP.ESS 700-703 Y., GRAIN  EXCHANGE. WINNIPEG  _-*A.N__  Park &  iri  l-g __,__!I i^  stammered Master Alexander. It���������er  ���������every- step I���������err���������took-���������I er���������-slipped back two.  MTi jciiies <-r!;\rt*������i at th", Ifc".  Indeed! he remarked with calm deliberation.    Then   pray,  liow  did you    Set here at all?        ^*  i mm.,     x.- x ,       ���������������_������������������,* I     Never thought I r^^ild sir, replied  j The Mistake of His Life f thc incorrigible one, suddenly and hap-  i       YUi-itV*.!*   hi*.-im-v*-i"l   infr-i   the   club,   fcm-inilv   ������������������ici-.'i'-a/l t-ft  ;s.  til!   "f  flccrdc.I  tr,  \ med his hat. down ou the table with a- turn  back home.  ; tierce, resounding bang-, and flung him- j __   I seic imo an easy chair. ��������� Willie   Was  the   Patient  ���������     \yhu---_ wrens i-oduy, P.Iuffer?     You;     small of statue, pale, and troubled"*  -COK oaJ- t   , - ,    ,   looking-. Willie was inclined to be the  T   kicked i h-.if  l'U   never  forget   myself.  a man out of my house last night!  Humph! I've kicked out many a  one.      Young fellov-y I suppose?  i.>o*   past uiiudw age  Well, these old codgers have no business coming   around   courting young  i girls.   I wouid have lucked   him   out  | myself.  Yes; but I have found out since that  this man wasn't courting my daughter.  He wai after my mother-in-law.  ���������^UHUty, u������a.vGur, Auu  perfect cooking,  combined.  The maximum  cf nourishment  auu palata���������Aitf.  Just lieat ��������� then serve  minimum trouble  ���������ad cost. 4  ; butt of his fellow-schoolmates, who  were teasing and worrying him. Who  is yer doctor? was a favorite question  from the bullies. Willie stood.it as  long as he could, aud then one day he  let go hard as the usual 7 offensive  query was flung at his diminished  head.  I haven't any doctor at all! remark  ed the boy, with calm dignity. *:  Then do you ever take any*' medicine? was the next question.   "  Juntos started his third-helping of  pudding with delight. Once upon a  time, James, admonished his mother,  there- was a little boy who ate too  much pudding and ho burst!!  James considered. There ain't no  such thing as too much pudding, he  decided. .  There must be. contended his mother, else why did the little boy burst?  James passed- his plate for the  fourth time, saying: Not enough boy!  gHB H-W raBNOH REMCE*.V. Nol. N*3.  _  'THERAPBOf*- SS&rat  Cre������ttuccess, cureb chronic weakness, lost tnooa  tt Vlll. KIDNEY, BLADDER. D19SASES, BLOOD POISON.  IPILXS. BITI1BK NO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL Si. POST 4 CTfl  *rOUGSRA Oo, fea, BBtflCUAW 3T.NRW VOREOrI.Vil.'.^ BROS  emoMTO.  whits for tPRHE boos to Dk. Le ClbM  *������d.Co,HavkrstockRd.iiam?stkad, lomdom, Kna.  ?HV HS'.V PHAOSSlTASTBLSSS) PORMO* SAS������f ���������St*  TASS  *���������*-��������������� gj *T tt^ _& S^H ^���������*l*i ftS  9aps and"  I n*__l������#������"r lUrl^l LASTlNOCUWfc  (*St THAT TRADE MARKED WORD 'TIIEKAPJOM" It OS  ���������UI. QOVT.STAUr AVriXKO TO AIX OBNUIMB-TAC���������CX*  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT EOLICITOKJ AND ATTORNKV  LUMSDEN  BLDe.(-t*V'v*%^^) TORONTO.  tVfttre ������W T������RMS. '        A������.J7A*t.  Up to Date.  What are you giving your cows now  in the way of galactagogues? asked the  Irvington professor of the milkman.  Oh, said the milkman, who has just  been graduated from Purdue and is not  ta be stumped by a .y Butler College  pedagogue, their sustenance is wholly  of vegetable origin; rich in chlorophyl  and'opulcnt in butyraceous qualities.  ������������������ A pint, if you please, said the professor.  Git up! said the milkman.  Oh, don't I Willie -"Sailed  a dentist, mother's ;. homeopat"'., my  eldest sister's joined the ambulance  class, grandma goes mad over every  new medicine, and uncle's a vet. Yes,  he added, with a far-*- .vay idblc in his  eyes, aud they all practise on nie.  mo  Political Economy  Toucher���������Now,  whe  can    tell  what political economy In"  Mike (embryo Tammany statesman)  ���������Gettiix the most votes for the lenst  money.  What hns become uf tho old fashioned man, who washed his face ut tlie  pump every morning and mado so  much noise that he could bo beard in  the next county!  Popcorn may bo all right and clieap  and digestible ouor.:rh for breakfast,  as the ngrU-ukural department authorities inslKt. Iiut f-up'.ioac- a fellow happen:- to be hungry?  Brazil's White Coal  Brazil is the richest country today in  white coal (water power). The fall  of the Tguassu o.. the frontier of Argentina is superior in extent, in height  and in volume to Niagara. The fall of  tho Iguassu. or tho Santa Maria, is fifty  meters,* that is seven meters moro  than that of Niagara. Its power has  been measured at 14 million horse. It  is known that the fall ot Sete Quedas,  on the frontier of Paraguay, has about  ii million horsepower, and tho cataract  of Paulo Alfonso, on the Sao Francisco  River, composed of soveral falls, has a  total level difference of eighty-one meters and a million horse power.  Small Urchin (to the owner of the  horse which ought to have been cat's  moat)���������Does yer want me to "old 'im,  guv'nor?  The Owner���������Xo, thanks. lie won't  run away.  Small Urchin���������I didn't moan to hold  'im fast so's he won't vi\n away. I  meant to hold him up so's ho won't  drop.  An Artist  ih  That weman can do anything with  figures. ;j ���������:  What is she?  a bookkeeper?  No.   She's a dressmaker''  J:  Going to the blackboard the teacher  wrote this sentence: The horso and  the cow was in the stable.  Now children, she said, there is  something wrong with that sentence.  Who can correct it and tell why it is  wrong?  One small", boy wave'd his hand excitedly and the teacher called upon  him.  It's wrong, he said with importance.  It ought to be the cow and the horse  was in the stable, because ladies always ought to go first.  Warts are disfigurements that disappear when treated with Holloway's  Corn Cure.  Some men are born #ood; others  have goodness thrust ujtqln them by.  their wives. .*, ������������������'  To Mexico once a guy wont  With a note to tho great president  Ho arrived a week lato,  And he found tln-t the state  Was run bv a different gent.  Sho was    stout    and    must    have  weighed noarly '500 pounds.    She was  Somo flue morning you will road in,,        . ,.       ,   ....     , ,     ,    .  *_o papers a short Item to thc effect! learning roller Bkntinft wlion she hail  that the Panama canal waa opened  yealx-rdny and Is doing a line business.  That. Iti the Goetluilt* stylo.  Tho  person  you b'.'-'t.  who  scolds   /on   loves  ^'T>0,DDS \  '^���������P.!?k*#-M  80c a box or ������i>* boxc-e for $2.o0,  nt all dealer**, oi* Tht* Dor-ldr. Medicine Company, Limited.    Toronto,  a   \.-������"iim'ii.  W. N. U   0/0  the miHfortuno  to fall.      Soveral  at  tc-nd-intfl rushed to her tilde, but wero  un.'iblp  to  raifie  It<"T  at  onco.      Ono  said soothingly:  We'll get you up all right, mailtim.,  Vo not be alarmed.  Oh, I'm not alarmed at all, but your  floor is fio terribly lumpy.  And thon from underneath anno u  small voice which said: I inn not a  lump, I nm an attendnut.  Skill.J Labor'    ti   ���������     '  lies, walked into the I employment  agency wearing a smile,ari born-tired  look, as well.as a few;.other things.  Any vacancies for a man like me?  ho asked, as he arranged himself com-,  fortably along tho counter.  What is your trade or profession?  My trado or profession, ho repeated, yawning. I'm a coronation programme seller,  I sec! said the clork drily. No, we  have nothing in that line open rjust  now.  I'd take something elso if it suited  me and I thought I could do it properly, you know! ho wont on. making himself more comfor'-Ue on tho counter.  As for Instance?  Well, roplied tho born-tired, I would  noj mind calling out tho names of the  stations on board an Atlantic liner, or  something of that sort!  No. said the stag-** manager, you are  the heroine. 'You are supposed to  suffer more than anybody else in the  nlnv Vnn     TV.WO,*'     v.t-ll-    ^7r.l-,-mr.f\-lf*    ttl'r������     A  frame of mind'which represents grief  and remorse. <  I know, replied the leading woman.  I'll try to make myself believe I am  one of tha people who paid $2 to see  this play.  ma    t_-t������_5     n!ii>:.-.BE.s  CUNARD   LINE  ESTABLISHED 1810  CANADA TO EUROPE (direct)  Carrying One Class Cabin  (II)  and Third Class  Tn the cabin (II) passengers have the best accommodations at Second Class  rates.    Comfort and economy conibinod.  S.S. ANDANIA and ALAUNIA  New i9iS���������t3.400   1 oris t=.acfi.    Newest Vessels In the Canadian Service.  MAGNIFICENT APPOINTMENTS  Lounge,  Gymnasium, Drawing  Room.    Smoking    Room,    Open    and    Covered  Promenades, Spacious Staterooms.  S.S. ASCANIA and AUSONIA  10,000 TONS (New 1911) 8,000 TONS (New 1909)  The Cunard Line has long been famous for the comfort and luxury of Its passenger accommodation, and in this, as in other respects, the steamers  in the Canadian sen-ice maintain the highest reputation of the Company  SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAILING  FROM   PORTLAND   TO   LIVERPOOL     (VIA_      QUEENSTOWN)     ALAUNIA.  U-uEMBER nth  Prom Portland to London (via Plymouth), AUSONIA, Dec. 13.  FOR   PARTICULARS   OF  THE   COMPANY'S    SAILINGS     AND     SERVICES  FROM  MONTREAL, PORTLAND,  BOSTON. AND NEW    YORK    APPLY  TO ANY  RAILROAD  OR STEAMSHIP AGENT OR  THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED, 304 Main Street, Winnipeg  Send for booklet.  Mediterranean.  Egyptian,  Adriatic Cruises  _  m  1"  ano ��������� 3 m jl  Washboards  Just  as good as  Eddy's  Matches  No other Washboards have the  zinc crimped by 'ne method peculiar to EDDY'S Washboards.  This patented process eliminates  the danger of torn linens���������the  .abuse of hands���������the unpleasantness  of   wash-day.  It assures < amfort and economy to  the greatest degree. Insist on  EDDY'S.  1.  There's less in the garment than in  the way it is worn. There was never  a time when the modest woman, no  matter what the. fashions, did not look  modest.  Hoop skirts are said to bo coming  back and man mxy as well preparr  to give np his right to the one hook in  the clothes closet that has been granted to him.  There was a- school in Babylonia  5,200 years B.C-.', " ut, somo people  think that all ..the wisdom in the  schools was developed during the last  two or three decades.  Keeping a Secret  Agnes���������Can you keep a secret?  Emma���������Well, to be f rank, dear���������no,  I can't.  Agnes���������Then I'd better tell you that  George and I aro to bo married next  month.  Somo mon try to console themselves  with the thought that thoy could bo  better If they tried.  The Zulu prince who is paying his  way at Harvard working as a waiter  has the right kind of stuff in him and  may be a Pullman porter some day.  Nawsty  Asker���������What did you give for that  car?  Tellitt���������Toole it fer debt���������chap owed  me a thousand dollars.  Asker���������Ah! Do you stand any  chance of getting the other nine hundred  Conceit acts as a pneumatic tire to  carry a man smoothly over many a  rough-jolt.  There is always a woman in th������  world about whom some unworldly  man thinks all tho world.  Sir lamest Bhackleton, tho Antarctic explorer, tolls somo amusing stories of his 'experience as a lecturer.  On one occasion he was givon a Ice-  turo at Lei tli in Scotland nnd ho had  paid Jt!.1") for tho hall and .^20 for advertising. Other expenses amounted  to imoUier pound. Ho drovo from Kld-  lnburgh to the hall und instructed hlsl  cabmon to wait   for   him.  In    the  Revenge  In   mustard  plasters,  Vou  bi'lkve  doctor?  M.D.- -Il.-ithcr! T a 1 wny pi ordor thom  ior p'tin-ntt* who call mo out in, the  jnMi!!.-" of tin; night whon Uteru'f* nothing tho nml tor with 'em.  Small Daughter ������������������ U'h most school  tlm*- nnrl  I'vi* mlnlald my ijoography.  Oil turpi I     IMoMmr���������Woll,     toll     mo  wh.-it thw l'-H.'Mn Ir. tibout. .ind I'll writ.--  out   tin- ntmw.T  for you  lo  I num.  |     Knij-ill     Daughter��������� Thn     laki-s    or  ! Afrl'-a.  I     irniMin-ii .'Ioiiht���������Oin ��������� er -If you've-  ! r/.i.il.ilii  your geography, you <-*iroI<*'ui  i iiiini, ,\uii r ii ti jum im. t till \nu tnuli  : I'. i  i     A |,liil(.no|ihr>r In ( no who nn!������n otho,-  building ho found uii audience consist:  Ing of an old, decripld   looking   nmn,  two mon and a couplo of women. Anxious to IncroiiBo tho number of hla uud-  lonco, ho went down to tho ctibman  and said: I will pay somebody to hold  the horse, and you can como up and  Iiear Liu* loclure. Thu niuu m, once  ropllod, Oh, no, thank you, nir. J am  all right, where ; am. Tho lecture  was, howovor, glvon to tho bitter diul.  Next day ho van sorrowfully recounting hlu f.-xporle-iu-et* to liln wlfo and  ea Icultil.itig his Iohhoh. Flvo people  ut a quarter a bond, ho wan tiaylng,  niako lho total rocoiptu tyl.nr,. Oh,  tr-ahl bin.bettor hnlf, you iiium deduct  r.Oc. ri'uin lb;*!'. I :".*"��������� ill I In.- ci'nK .uul  ono ol' rhe nuililH.  Not Guilty  A MustuiHOliusotlH niinh.tor was  making his Urst vlidt to Koutucl-y sovoral yours imo. Ilo liml lo spend the  night In a HiUi'll mountain town whoro  fin *n and moonHhlno Mill.-' abounded.  lOnguglng In wmvorsatluu wllh ono of  lho niillvoji, he Hiihl: My lYInml, thin  in a  vi'ij   Inijuloiiri wl.iii!, i iii-ar.  I.oi-ill'ri'pllcd lho man; Ihcin hain't  (."���������'���������.-lily li\ r  lllblc*, Iu all JCuili,..,',,.  r  wns'g������������������-  mmm  j^AKE certain of complete success in your concrete work  lYJL Dy always using  Canada Portland cement  We are aupplying Canadian farmer* with tho tughe-st quality o! Portland Cement tt it poutblo  fci'-^'mur* ._jl! to mate.  Wp liavc reduced the price of Canada Potlbnd Cement until it i* witliin ycuc veacb (or pnctk-Cfjr  every purpose.   It U the only building material tlmt u not inaeanng in coat.  Be sure to ask for Canada  r.  ,i i.r.i.. in  I,,....  on,.-!- i a,U. i,������' may  .,..������������������������     ������,;.    , .    ,.   His Record  IV-  -Tho  Widow   Daiilmwii*,',  In.im   liiiin i   ii.avu   j ������'*   mm.ii   \\\\.  piillr,-'  I"-  H������ v-" ���������>��������� V  ��������� lihlr.-il   tvlion   oCktfi iw tsnhap-  Ituj*  hi n  No, hut I if h'f*   hr:  III!   Willi   i.li.n  hnu-  n no  \t:,'-v  itninrtn* 0Tvttr% #���������      iir-%  ���������%mJlK0>M.XX\m'XM.%0}     XX M.  ������0%*n 0**rm  *��������� Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  // vou hame not received a frtr ft>py ttfu}Vhat the farmer ran d������ tvitk Concrete," write ssr Iti/lfnimrim*  f.j,-... .u.i...i mi,.i ������,* nut,    *, j * xuntjin.uprut.inmi i.vnxic.14 smiyatptuta.  r.-:MtiF^m&'m&:������zr}iU* ir. ..--if*'?  vmIi  looaiu-  ZiSili^.&W'MwlQJ*^^'.'*:  ���������__  ^.:iM;^y^Wjj*jl|^  mm  l-tj���������Si���������aj*g^^_yi^^^^^~'sr1^m*^^^^)^^iisf.  ������,iit'Mi  _^r-r^K::.':iY?"r^^ ^,������;.;r;,������;, ?,v i.i.i.iiimi.; il--,lllln., .wm,-,,,^ ������n m* t mm  ffrtrfmi^^ f """*
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iHest Ballet Dancers In ths
World Are In London.
_*Rm_ ROBBERIES.
FOR
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wrmni i i vt
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49 Maggie D'Ornelly and Marjorlo
len In Artisti^?Pose8--&tory **���! ��
ever Mouse���Things Children -iks
Know. ���
e sprightly little dancers In tb��
uro aro the Misses Maggie D'Or-
^y and Marjorio Coulen, and they
In the big city of London. Ite��
wtly, at a bazaar held to raise funds
the horses and drivers' aid cotn-
fcee, the small maidens danced
rmi-gly.   There wero four girls la
ballet, but thero ls only room to
I by American Press Association.
XJTTIjE Bi.t-.__ BAXCEES.
far two of them in the picture.   Aa
$ photo ��� shows, they 7 are very grace*
i and pretty,?rind they won applause
* their. performance? -, The patrons
the aid committee devote the funds
securing kind treatment for horses
d in helping drivers who are In need
assistance.   The dancing girls aldeO.
tierially in making the bazaar a sue-
and, besides the fun .pf dancing-.
d the pleasure of knowing that tbey.j
j**re> helping a worthy charity.
7tHle;o Dodges? o_*7Pei*rl7;im
TMeves In London.
There Ss no more daring robber
than the man who makes Jewels-biSt
speciality, as the  recent  theft of ���'-'��?���
pearl necklace,v��t?wttlcb the selling
price #as:2-ced it ��150,GGO, -while
in transit' between  Parish ind   Lon-
don, goes to prove.    In this case a
package, dispatched   by   registered
post, containing the pearls, arrived,
ln London on July ,16th last %Mh;
only   YaeitlyhaxTangciii   ?pleces     of?
French sugar and some sawdust In?
It.    The"thief saust*^ have  extracted
the pearls after the parcel containing
them had been posted in Pans and
before It was delivered to Mr. Max
j-feyor, the owner, at Hatloa Garden.
ij? ?_^6hably Hiattoa ;Garden?h&s beea
the scene  6�� flbaof��? Jewel? robb-srlcs,
than any other thoroughfare in London.   On d_e occasion a traveler In
the erpploy of a large diamond  firm
drove   in   a four-wheeled   cab   to a
house in the Garden.    When entering the building he left within the
"vehicle ?^o ;?large* black   fcandbagaf4
containing' jewelry.   presentlyYa??lad?
In tthe uniform of? a messenger? walk'
ed up tb'!-:theA'cab^itt^dt'wi_i'ari:l_g to<
the  driver that hia fare would tiba
outvrin:--a:;fewminutes, onte-\Pd th��
bouse.7   That was? the laist Been of
him, and the bags were never recovered.' The lad had got safely away
with   400. gold  bracelets,   500   gold
fichu brooches, . and   a   few .sundry
articles of other jewelry, the whole
having   a  market   value   exceeding
��15,000.
!     In September, 1894, over ��20,000
worth of diamonds were stolen from
Mr. gpyzer,   of   Antwerp.    He   was
standing  alone   in  an  office   at 70
Hatton Garden, when  he  was - suddenly   attacked . from   behind   and
jOverpowered'   by    a    handkerchief,
soaked in chloroform, being pressed
.over his noBtriis.    when he recover-
��� ed consciousness he discovered that
the bags containing his .jewels were
-gone.    The thief or thieves left no
clue Vhatever behind them.
one   night   In   December.    i8y4s
Lord and Lady Dudley drove up to
Paddington   Station  followed, by  a
cab conveying two servants who had
charge o�� her ladyship's jewel-ease.
The servants alighted from the cab
and placed the box on the pavement
?while' they paid the driver.    "When
they turned to pick up the box they
found it had vanished.    Although a
reward of ��1,000 was offered for any
information that would lead to the
? recovery of the jewels or part thereof', no trace' of them has since been
'discovered.
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BlSEAStS _F CSVsLiZATiGls.
How the Mouse Escaped.
Ine night a** wise old mouse crepe
l*wn thc garden path. Perhaps he wag
iking for the moon.   But the moots hidden behind tbe bam,
Ifiuzz, the cat, was sitting beneath at
i^a-aht bush?    When the mouse came
he pounced upon him.
'Ah, my fine.fellowI" he purred.  "I
|il! eat you is a grayt^at this time!'*
'"then he clior^ed to the roof of the
pied and took the wise old mouse with
'ia. '
.The mouse began a little/peeping
fas.   . ti ...   ...
[���"Why do you sing?" mewed the cat,
 lotting him down on tho roof, witb one
Baw upon his back.   .
"1 always sing at this timo of night,**
jiueaked the mouse. "I should be very
tappy to have you sing with me."
jiThls pleased  Buzz, who was vain,
ro stretched np bis neck, as if to look
^^ycr tho bar.  at the moon, and began'
(ft Tbo wise mouse peeped softly, but
S��ie eat was fond of his own voice and
ing with all his might.
ITUen ho took bis paw from the mouse
% boat time.
When the tune was done Buzz looked
iwn and saw only a hole In the roof.
Hr*
HP-
^&;i
A Balancing Trick,
''fict n  piece of wood sis Inches  In,
ngth and about half tin Inch In thick-
ess and ucnr one end of it thrust in I
ac blades of two Uulvcr, !n such a'
ianner thnt ono of tliom inclines to
arte side and the second to the other,
the other end of tlio wood Is thiMi
���inced on tho tip of tho forefinger lt
'f\\\ keep Itself perfectly nprlnul vvllli-
tit falling, nnd even If It is Inclined to
/no side it will -Instantly ,recover Its
jiterpendlcular position, beiug lu rcullty
yept ln equlpolso by .lho knives.
Co-
Miaiorioal Questions.
Who wns tlio author of "Hull
lambln?"   Joseph llopklnson.
Of whom was It wrongly snld. "lie
[lonld not bo kicked Into a flghlV"
fltPreftldcut Madison.
Who wns the "Hero of New Orleans?"   Andrew Jnokson.
Who snld. "I'll try, Blr?" Colonel
filler ot Lundy's Lnno.
Who tuld "A lUtlit- more grape, Cap-
'fcln DraggV"    Genornl Tuylor.
Game of Guess.
One playor given the Urst letter of
Homothiiig In the room; the oIIum-h In
���rn guess what Uio noxt lei tor Id, und
I to on. 	
Chooeln' ftirfei*.
Stkoosln' Hide- for '-uneball Ir* a bully way
f* Hml out -what fellow* thhitt about your
^    play,
IW If y��u're *  muffer,  when  for  men
they call,
ifiM're the last one taken, If you're tool*
at all.
ittaeli side has a captain, an' they c.lmoJt
you know,
tne Bayo. "I'll talc.. Heady;" other.  "I'll
tali-. Joo;" "
_ want Tommy Jaclcson." "CHmuio Sam*
I'ti_        tny Jtiino"--
i����� tliay  koeu ti-ohooiilii'  till   each  sot  ���
|        nine.
___JHt tlm* we **���.*���_ playlu* Dllly tliown vtktt
L   on*
fit the ftllows cM*>oJila'>-l}-��,N -our ciianv
mmm Plon:
gMMiHk' -rwuiin i wan *��ona��nii��   wnu turn uiwim
IB WrMoM    t*m
fibMrd ".Ira i.u*/in' that tits ��ranl#*1 *__
~iikn*n��i|H)t- Ledjna.
wYEnvirosuiieat M T^
Humanity __u_._ne.
Civilization brings a. host of diseases fn its train. The extremists of
the back-to-nature cry have gone stf
. tar as to declare that civilisation Is
I a disease. But it is only just beginning to be clearly perceived that
1 civilisation is its cvra disease, that
it preys upon itself, * and that the
aim of man is not to.be civilized, but
to fivoid being civilitzedtrKthough using to thejfull the opportunities that
civilization affords. Y?'
"TPerhaps aa iiiitstratier- *_tay*ma_e
this quite clear. Measles is a definite germ disease. It is widely spread
over the earth, but not by any meanl*
iuhlversally Bpread; for example. It
seems to have been unknown among
the North American Indians prior to
the cominL of the Spaniards. As a
conseajipnee, when an epidemic of
measles strikes an Indian settlement
the mortality Is tremendous and in
some cases an entire village.has heen
swept away, every man, woman and ;
child perishing from measles. Yet,'
'among the white race, the disease
has been so prevalent that it has become one of the common maladies of
childhood and Is hardly dreaded
with regard to Its fatal effect.
The white race, therefore, by hay-'
ing had   theBe   diseases   for   many
thousand  years  has   built   up   an
organism that is almost immune, or
in other words it has perfected its
resistance to a. hostile environment.   |
Especially is ��� this    true    in   the
world of   work   and   thought.    Too
hard work is one of the diseases of
civilization.,  But the  very   fact   of
the compulsion of enduring life, although  working?too  hard,  lias enabled a man or a woman to endure
heavy toil   and   has   developed   the
human race to that extent.   Eight or
ten  hours  of  continuous  toll  to  a
race not accustomed to it would kill
it off speedily.    The   sama   is   true
about thinking.    The Bushman and
Negritoes, for   example, can -by   no
means   follow   a   conversation  with
each other for more than two min- ���
utes, and when a white man learna'
their  tongue  and  tries   to  talk  to.
them, at   the end.of   three   or four
minutes of Questioning or attention i
in listening they fall to the ground
in sheer dizziness and weariness or.
go     temporarily     mad    under    the
strain.    Yet, under the force of poverty, faithfulness of duty, the desire
for fame or some such motive, men
have worked all -their lives 12 and
14 hours a day without suffering for
'it
^���^^ 7
B^iundry7 -HInt��|^a^|AHi% ;p^aWl
' ^Practical Value?I^?tfe.Horned?|?'3 ��
'ti SSms-j marking,-pf. ''hp^e.;-..Hnen:?aiRd,;'
clothes is a duty :which!?si^ul'3LuevjqaH
he neglected  by the careful*houses-
wife.    Not only does it make Identi-i
fiication easy, but If performed in the
proper manner it will prevent articles
C���   UlC   ggrTT\A   l^-fin*.   *r^i-��tn   Krt?*r��<��   Hc*oi1   rtii-1
.of order and thus receiving more thaa-
their due share of wear and tear.
ti The usual and most satisfactory
method is to do It with marking ink,
?sitber on the material Itself or on a
email piece of tape sewed on It. The
former Is preferable, as the mark
cannot be obliterated, whereas It is a
Simple matter for the tape to be removed and replaced by another piece
.with some one else's Initials. With certain; articles, such as stockings and
other garments the texture of which
will not permit of the use of ink, tape
must of course be used.
The place where the mark should
appear Is a matter, of individual taste,
but lt is most useful in that part which
can be most ^asily seen -when, the
article Is folded and put away. For
instance, sLocki_gs should be marked
at the inside of the top of the leg,
tablecloths on the under. side at the
corner, nightdresses at the bottom of
the front opening or at the Inside of
the back of the collar band.
Articles of a similar kind in use at
the same time should, in addition to
the Initials, be marked with numbers
as well. For instance, in the case of
handkerchiefs they should be marked ���
with the initials of the owner, under
which should be put lumbers 1, 2, 3,
and so on; the same with stockings,
nightdresses, serviettes,' tablecloths,
sheets and, In fact, everything that
can be> marked at all. They should
then be placed in the drawer or linen
cupboard, 'as. the ease may be, with
the numbers in consecutive "order. If
they aie then taken out for use In their
right order and replaced in the same"
manner after washing, one article will
not receive more than its fair share of
use. Thus, if handkerchiefs numbered
1 to 0' had been used and washed, they
ehould be replaced nnder those numbered 7 to? 12,ti so that they will not
be used again before the latter. Again,
If tablecloth No. 2 Is to go to the
laundry, you will know that it is now.
the turn of No. ,3, and No. 1 will iaot
be brought into use out of its proper
order., .
j   ? Aa Advent _rous Life.
' That remarkable novelist, Mr.
Joseph Conrad, who now receives a
well-deserved pension from the English Civil List. Is a Pole by birth.
He was born in 1857, his father being a well-known poet and critic,
and the proprietor of a review In
Warsaw*. 7 .As the elder Conrad was
an ardent! patriot, he came under the
notice of the Russian Government,
and was arrested just before the
Polish rising o! 1861. Various
members of the Conrad family were
in   this   rising,   and   the
,.   ��r.'Aii...   ���_..   -i ~:��._n.a      4-..
a   *JU<ut.iJOj...   n��bO     imuiauiv,u     mm
Siberia.
Mr. Joseph Conrad was educated
in. Cracow, and in his youth followed the sea. His first voyage was
made on an English trading vessel,
and in this manner he acquired a
knowledge ot the English language.
He stuck to the sea for many years,
and qualified as a master in 1884,
becoming at the same time a naturalized British subject. About ten
years later he wrote his first novel,
���"Almayer's Polly," and though tt did
not secure many readers, the literary critics were kind, and Mr. Conrad resolved to adopt writings as a
profession.
Mr. Conrad writes English with a
rare sense of style and beauty, so
that It is a surprise to many of hia
admiring readers to learn that he la
employing a language which he did
not acquire until after boyhood
Painful Experience.
"After I had written 'The Wake of
the Sun* I sold it Cor ^GO," writes
Mr. Morley Roberts ln "The Private
Life of Henry Maitland." "When thia
bargain was finally struck Mr. Jonea
Brown said to mo, 'Now, Mr. R., aa
the buRlnosa is all dono, would.you
mind tolling mo quite frankly to what
extent this bob? of yours is truo?' I
replied, 'It is "as true ln every detail
ao It can posBlbly be.' 'Thon you
meant to say,' he asked, 'that you actually did starve as you relalo?'' I
nald, 'Certainly I did, and might hava
made it a deal blacker if I hud chosen!' Ho fell into a momentary reverie and, shaking hia head, murmur-
ed, 'Ah, hunger in a dreadful thing-���
1 once wont'without dinner myself!"*
HlH to lie Home For Sale.
Pins Nowydd, the homo of that oc-
omntrlc couple, "Tho Ladles of Llangollen," has been offorod for nalo. Un
first snlo occurred ln 1832, and from
Uio stylo of tho announcement ��� it
would appear thnt the auctioneer-���
ono Mr. Goorgo llobblps���was an aspirant to literary famo. "Upon tho
freehold," wroto tho excollont Itob-
blnn, "In a considerable quantity ot
valuable timber which overhangs a
deep and hoflow glen. In Itn entnn-
rrl'Mi bottom, n frothing brook lonpn
and clamors o'er the rough stones
In Its channel townrda tho vulo of
Llangollen."
mmmmm*s^mmmm^*m**~mm**^s^m+*m^mm*ms
Au Erratic Echo.
Tho late Sir John Long had traveled ln most quartern of tho giobr*. On
ono occaslMi when visiting Spain h-o
woa asked at a certain spot by a traveling companion to test tho powers of
what wan ueciaroa to uu n wonaonui
echo. Sir John, slowly and d*dll*_ruto-
ly, ln rounded tones uttorfid lho
words "Dun-doo Ad-vcr-tiii-er," tho
name of the papnr ho ownnd. "Dundee Courier and Argus." tho namo of
UJO    Olii'UIM'.JU.X    i-���**>��*.,    i.u_.u     lrui.i.    mt.
#f.��   m ft.nl      at*     Intim'm     trlmnAm   hmA
| Blared bim a trick.
A Game That Xiasi_=
For the man who has once had
the responsibility of coaching an
eight-oared crew the task has an attraction which can't be resisted.
Some one asked_me once why it id
that most college crew coaches make
good, chess *Players. I knew that the
person?who put the question didn't
knowYinuch about the rowing game,
for Y producing a successful eight-
oared crew requires. an. amount of
thinking which makesi? chess seeni
like pure recreation?in comparison.
Of course it's different from? a chess
problem in the fact thai oppbiiehta
don't always start- with ths?"sacac
strength of forces, but this only adds
to the. fascination of trying to boat
a winning combination."
Hot?* Miicli Sleep Bo We Need?
How much sleep is necessary Cos
a man? The question was raised
centuries ago by Montaigne. ."Phisi-
tians," he wrote,: "may consider
Whether sleep be so necessarie that
our life must needs depend on It, for
we finde that Perseus, King ot
Macedon, prisoner at" Rome, being
kept from sleep, was made to die;
but Plinie alegeth that some have
lived a long time without any sleep
at all. And Herodotus reporteth
thero are nations where men sleep
and wake by halfe years. And those
that write the life of Eplmenidas the
wise affirm that he slept the continual space ot soven and fifty years."
CANADIAN WOODS.
7 By Mary^Gordon Fraser.
There's the. cool white drift of dew
J?   ;h%^ath;^airi^;overhead, the stars
And the new?inbon; sifting through^
the pines in shimmering silver
bars;
There's the tfssome sway of slender
bireh -beyond?the dusk of fir,-   .
And the stately cedar, scattering wide
"ry-  Ita wealth nf -pungent rriyi"rh>      j
There's the silken sheen of poplar'
??   leaves  "against   the    darkening
���titi   sky, ,������-.- ���
4ad a rippling splash where a foam-
7 flecked stream goes madly hurrying by,������
There's a waiting silence, drowsy-
sweet���and then, from the underbrush, ^ ��� ���    :  .
The last olear note of his, even-song
from the pulsing throat of a
thrush.
mmm% mm
WILLIAM SHORT HAS WATCHED
EDMONTON   EXPAND.
GOING SACK FOR GOLD.
AlO iO tn��  ssOot  BSIjUJlSua
Illustrated is a novel shoe brush", or,
to- be ;moro explicit, shoe brushes,
which do not polish the shoe, but remove all the dust and dirt that collect
lri?the'l<jather; ?'?..??^?:v?7. Yy?? ??;?.
ti' The? shoes are?-placed-, in. a?partitidn
between the brushes, and by touching
A Costly Bean.
The vanilla bean is said to be tho
costliest bean on earth" It's home is
in Mexico, chiefly in Papantla ,and
Misantla. It grows wild and is gathered sololy by. natives. Just as they
come from the wilderness of forests
the beanB sell at $10 per 1,000. After;
they are dried and cur��d they aro
worth trom $10 to $il per pound,
according to their quality. Thoy aro
used extensively by druggists nnd
confectioners and form qulto an important Mexican product.
��� Woman's Reason.
Women havo mora of what is termed good souse than men. They cannot reason wrong, for thoy do not
reason at all. Thoy havo fewer pro-
tonslons, aro less Implicated in theories and Judge of objects moro from
their Immediate and Involuntary impression on tho mind, and therefore
mdro truly and naturally.���Hazlitt.
Average Length of j-ifo.
Four hundred years ago the average length of huraaullf* wurti between
olghtoon nnd twonty years. Ono hundred yoara ago tho a^tirago human
life was less thf.n thlirp* you.ru. Tho
avorago human llfo to-day roaches
nearly forty years, jriwi shows what
medical science has Uoho tor human
llfo.
Self Com*rio��bd.
Sho���Ho ia a pcislyn of perfect
cane and j^oaaouslon and In thoroughly ut homo anywhoro.
He���Yes; ho ovoi^Jriafl tho faculty
of making you feci .a total utrangor
In your own house.���London TUBUS. v|,
"K>����n   It-titLv. t
���* i' * ,
The buoy  man   Is -troubled   with I
b'it one   devil,   tbo   Idlf*   rnnn   by a
thouHaml.���Spanish   Pro verb.
l��rlde.
-���������       ��� ��       ..     i     i, ,i   ii
��1m,'��� it,m rinn, jf, rf,���\ rroatnens com- i
inc: in.���Frederick Ivnrh. I
I
KOVEE. SHOE BRUSH.
a lever the wheels tire set In motion
and tho brushes revolvo quickly,, ire-
moving the soil of a duy's ��vear in tha
process,      ' ���     '
Where thero nre ninny men In th��
household this coiitrivaucc, which la
not expensive, would bo a great convenience. '������������������    ���v
Umbrella Case*.
Because in mnny bonrdlng schools
tho girls, sharing a room nlso havo to
share a closet It Is tho wlso thing to
hnvo n plainly marked umbrella case
which can bo hung on u hook behind
ono or moro gnrmontH. This case. large
enough to hold several uiubrcllun, Is
mado of lio.nvy dnrli denim, hound at
the long edges, nt tho short closed end
nnd at tlio wide mouth with thick
worsted Uruld und on both lint side*
plnlnly mni'kod In while tape wllh the
Initials of lho .owner.. Much of tho
trouble which urines among girls room-
in;-* together nt lionrdlii)*- wchonls grows
out of inlsuhderst'iimllnirs with rcgnrd
to nppriiprliitlng etich othnr's sniull lny
longings, but Um ntudunt who nrrlves
HiMiicd with one. nf ilicso en sea dourly
Indicates to hor coiuptinlun that sho
regurds her uintirclhis as licr own prop*
Br*y��. , .
Pract.oal Dyuintj.
Whoro then- nre itiiuiy clilldron lu
the fnnilly It hi ocoiioiny to do eon��Ul.
oi'iiblo dyeing. Many a fiulcd nuiHlin
con lu�� imldo to nppour tn n fresh color.
Light ovtuilng "frocks enn !:** dyed u
darker uluulo and serve for school oi
afternoon wear. Uemciuber to dye nt
tho wnrne tlmo nny o.ttni ���pleeos of inn.
tcrlnl to sovto for altering or pntch-
tin' im ll Ih ntmii^t luifioHsllilo (a
iniitch n dyftd mntorhil,
Whlto or cretin co'.nri'd ribbon oi
flowers uuiy Uo given u bituullfii)
���hrlinp pink rIiiuIo hy dipping lu wntei
Into which rod Ink hns been dropped,
injum im
Col. MacGregor Will Look Up Long
,  Neglected  Field.
About thirty-five years ago a party
of prospectors, while exploring the
north-western slope of the Rocky
3_ountains in British Columbia, came
upon promising indications in a secluded vaiiey, hidden in the depths
of what was then the great wilderness beyond the divide. They had
panned out gold along the Cariboo,
.and from there had pushed on in the
hope of finding new fields. They?
were interested for a time In a
gravel bank on a tributary of the
Omineca River, where one hundred
dollars a day were secured for every
man working on the bank.
Pushing on, the party came to the
valley in which they found most,
promising indications; but the season was far? advanced, the supplies
were running short, and the party
was obliged, to leave the valley before thoroughly testing its worth.
Keturning to camp, the men separated; and of that party, only one member is alive to-day���-Colonel Donald
MacGregor, of Williamstown, Glengarry, Ont. He knows the location
of the valley where gold was found,
but which was left- unexplored, and
he has now under consideration an
expedition to the distant place
among the still unexplored wilds of
the western slope of the Rockies.
Col. MacGregor was in British
Columbia in the early days when
gold mining outranked all other occupations, ana later, when the wealth
of the forests began, to be turned to
account. Much later, and when the
Klondike was the latest El DoTado,
he spent ten _years in the Yukon,
principally at uawson City, where he
was chairman of the celebrated Citl-
Mayore of Alberta's 'Capital Was
Chief Executive of Town In 1902
and Retir^-Later, But Single
Tar Issue Has Drawn Him Back
Into th** Mele?>r--yi'as Born Im
' ;Elor��v OntY r':'?
William Short, K.C, Mayor or Edmonton, will be remembered a very
long while as the man who, in 1902,
j became   for   three   successive   years
! mayor of what was then a fur town,
'and in 1912, becaue^rho had taken a
very live bull by the horns and suc-
icessfully got him ijornered, was re-
j elected chief magistrate of a city.   In
the eight years' that  William Short
w2s    a   private ..citizen.  Edmonton
changed   from a. clattering   fiirpost
town to an energizing young city ot
modern ideas and progressive business.    But it didn't succeed in outgrowing: W. B._ Short.   He was born
in Elora, studied law In Ontario, and
in 1894 was admitted to the Alberta
Bar���which was then about as serious as the bottom bar in a fence-gap.
Mere   legality   never   made 'W.   B.
Short the character he is to-day. - It
was the country and the town.  Short
Y WIIXIAM B. SHO-T.
was always a public citizen. He tooks
a keen interest In the civic and religious, and. educational affairs. He was
chairman of the Edmonton School
Board iii the last few years of the
19 th century.   He was Cleric of Ses
sions? or some such dignitary in the
zens* Committee that* brought about- Presbyterian Church. He was senior
reform in the   government   of   the   partner of the firm, Sh-xt and Cross,
famous mining camp. He now
thinks of making one more trip to
the West, revisiting the? valley found
many years ago, and robbing it of
the secret of its hidden wealth.
Y ... ��~ Do-bie-Ficed George?
Capt,   Bellairs,   formerly   of   The
London Times, who is now traveling
in. Western. Canada, told a'good- story
at the ?Rideau  Club  the other  day
.auOiii��--S-.r    uOGTgG    ..iCu, . bhe    0-j.xgjjj.
Commissioner for Australia in London. Reid, when in active politics
in Australia, had   earned   the sobri-
long before Charlie Cross dreamed of
being Attorney-General of Alberta.
He drove a good horse and was a
--rlAstirl'I^ "��_wiJ��r*��**m' '-:���
m?k��*.\mi**.%��JLm+.  \��a a * *��^�� �� .,
dinner speakers
take their cue from Frank-Oliver, h��
stuck to hi" own facile and effective
style of delivery and gbt_away with
it.""' ... '������ -  ti' *   '    .',.
_�����������?��   #!��,����   tsrViATll   'O ft-iMf-i'
-*_.��*   \m.mmj      -����� *_%^__  ���__.��#*-*. -
were   supposed to.
1A-4        wtt^Mii      t^a
��� w^v-c**^*1
Mayor of Edmonton," when"there was'
nothing but a switchback railway a*;,
the .fiats and a cable ferry to con--
nect Edra'ohton to the civilized world,
beginning at Strathcona. Short was
far-sighted enough   to   recognize a
quet, whether 3u*^able(^or^^not   c^. verylk^e buli - ^ the edge of ?the
"T^^f?^ ^��I^ -^.^?��������: field whlcli he expected to t^kle somo
ed George." It was a rei��l7��u.C6 to his
alleged agility to always be on the
jside of the winners. Addressing a
crowded meeting in Sydney Town
Hall, during the heat of ..a political
campaign, Sir George was frequently
interrupted, one man in the front row.
of the first.gallery being persistent in
his calls ofY'Two-faced! George." Reid
stood it for a little while, and then
turned upon his tormentor. "I notice," hv said, pointing to tho gallery,
"that a gentleman has frequently interrupted me and called me 'two-faced George.' Will he permit mo to ask
him a question?" "Certainly I will,"
replied the man. Reid thereupon remarked: "May I ask if the gontleman
in the gal-cry has two faces?" "Not
on your cin type," samo the quick
reply. "I might havo known that,"
Reid Bhot back, "otherwise you would
have left that face at homo." The
cheers and laughter waich followed
lasted fully flvo minutes, -luring
which the Interrupter made a quiet
departure from tho building.
day, or somebody* else would.
_:",; j- bull was taxation.    The thing
Ths
that
W. B. Short more than any other one?
man was responsible for inaugurating in that part of the'world was *.
form of single tax which remains to
this day as a partial leveller ln Edmonton and hao been an example Ur
other cities.in the West.
Wives  nnd Kiddies  Coniing.
It upeaks well for Ontario, that ot
tho now arrivals from Great Britain
and Europe fully DO per cent, are
wives and children coming to join the
hUBband and father, who came ahead
and "mado good." Tho number of
newcomers is also swelled by the arrival ot brothers,'sisters, aud relatives
of thoso who camo before. Then,
again, tho young immigrant, finding
conditions better than those ln the
old land, does not forget friends at
home, nnd a series of encouraging lot-
tors aro often followed by frlondd
coming out to Join thom here.
Tho two clasfioa which tho Government 13 striving lo obtain are tho
agricultural v.orkcra and domestics,
They Called Him Vanns.
It is curious how inconsistent ar��i
the prejudices of people In regard to
tho use of heathen names. Mr. Fayn��
In his "Gleams of Memory," tells anl
amusing story of Dean Burgon, wbe>
objected to the name of the goddess!
of beauty, but found no fault wlth|
that of the god of the woods. :
An Infant was brought to the
church for christening, and the nam*,
proposed for it was Vanus. "Vanus?"*'
repeated the dean. "I suppose yox��,
mean Venus. Do you Imagine I art_|
going to call a Christian child by that,
name, and loast of all a male child?"
The father of the infant urged that
ho only wished to name it after his;
grandfather. "Your grand father \"\
eried the dean. "I don't believe It,
Whoro is your grandfather?" He waa
produced���a poor old soul of eighty
or no, bont double and certainly nol
looking ln the least like the goddess.
In question. "Do you mean to tell!
mo, cir, that any clergyman ever
christened you 'Vanus,' as you call.'
lt?"
"Woll, no, air. I was christen**
Sylvanu��, but tliey always calln mel
���Vanus'." '
Ideal Length For Sermon,
What la tho ideal length for a sem
rjaoa? Tho qucallon la ralucd by
Dean Holo In hla "Memories." By
Tho~*_r.rsa~_ ciaHs^whlch"aH"too" fre- * tll�� way ot *"��"trntlon, he tells ��
oimnUy'lut1 stves ro^wclUho^ranktl ���*�� ^J^S*^? Si T*
of tho unemployed ln tho cities, is not S"* ,*��lh ��? /..SSi <wl��*
encouraged by tho authorities, anil. *�����^ S ,?����� �� *J^TTi. * _���i'
although tt hi charged that some o^}^ ?,B?JSJS���,Wff Hi S'TS
the transportation companies seek to j JJJJJJ �� -' * - * "
Induce such to migrate to OntaTlo,
the ljerecutaKC ls kept as low as
'-ib,�� "proved.   In 18G7 the'Qneen pronont-
mercy.
a    leaning   t(}   the   side   of.
"    That fa good arlvioa���and.
"'"'   by the way, it Is advlco whlfch Quhcnl
pos-   victoria   would    l-.-r.-f*    lu.r.Ttny    np-J
I proved.   In 18G7 the'Qneen proBont-l
Generous Artists.
One Homotlmcn hcara that an aTt*
1st hns actually sold a picture, but
Boldora of an artist buying a picture,
and moro aoldoni ntill of eighteen
ailtht*i ftubiicrlblng to buy a plclm.i
by another artist, yet thin has actually happened In Toronto.
The othor dav nlRht��i(*n Toronto
artists decided that the work of
A, Y. Juckflon wao go good that It
wnn tnipiTarlvJ Hint Mr. Jacknon be
represented in the National Art Gal-
l��"*ry at Ottawa,   and to   enenro   Mr.
cd a pnlplt slaps to the Chnp*i|j
Royal, Savoy, and it was timed for]
exactly eighteen minutes. Thero wan
no mistaking tho hint. 'If you vant*>|
rd to ploaso th** Quooit you stapp
preaching at elfhtenn kninuten. -
Lung Distance Vowov.
The grcatet*t long-dlBtancs P0w*mt(
rrunv-ustuon in hoitiiioiii ahik is hs>
tho native Slato of Mysore, pow��
��*r being UanBirnilieii fiom the C*U-
-very Falls to the Kolar gold fieldab,'
rilii-My-two   -jmilriM   nwuy.   and   to  thm
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awuy.
Jackaon thin honor they co-operated  ���Itlcsof Mysore and Bangalore, about
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in'imiiiiiininwiiiiinwiiii,iwiiwii ^5-^eiiSPSS  WlsSfSSWilWWIIff^  TI__������   CI-g&TQH   BBV1EW  n_������-Kcfa-*-/-**-*-  . **������_ji*������_*Aivj,#,-e.j  #*������������������, v**������***  ���������_MkM_*a  Comprising 125 Acres  GRANDFORKS, B. C.  Peaches  \**iUm&    *"������     -     ���������_������������������- . ������ -r._i__-_-_r^_r     CHe^HeS  OOAf?A^TEED HOLME CROW^  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established I OOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  | ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  I  93  ^  WAI TCD V     rAn^CrviVT    a. .. .  TT>.uiui\      V������    WJ>W������WIVI1,      ClgCJJl.  ,.,,.. n~.f>~*~~   p. r*  N^J'-.^b^xi,  .5  77ie  Creston Mercantile Co  juiitiuCu  We  have about  ^    r4_a\=^_a_H  i������l������  I  i  I  i  tens iiP-V Mimam Hanne' smhs I   -������������������ -������_.������������   mm-   m        rn.mmmmmm.mm     m        m.   I\ll(llv  Reouiar Price $1.50  Sizes _5_*i_   aad  16  The Lucky Man gets  (Continued from Page 1)  fnl yuAr Ami look forward' to 29_i v/iili  the brightest prospects in the history  of the Institute. They hold their annual meeting next Friday January 16.  There has been a marked increase in  the Stock raising industry in the valley during 1913 and we are r looking  forward to yet "greater things ' during  1914,  There has been quite an increased  interest in the business of poultry  raising and there is without doubt, ft  great future for pursuits of the fancier  in this district.  An indication of the bifsiness condition of the town of Creston may be  obtained from the foot that at the  present time there are practically, no  vacant houses in town and yet there  is a comfortable home for aU who  come here seeking won-k or buying,  land In other words there is-abundant p������oof that Oreston realty is a  steady paying and satisfactory investment, and you can do no better than  advise your friends to como hereto  live and invest their savings. Thero  is -no district- in the whole of Bri tish  Columbia that can show as good a  record or offer as **oQtJ inducements to  tin* &������.pita.iist as the Creston Valley.  ] We have the soil, the climate and the  market and there is no trouble about  irrigation with its attendant baneful  effects upon the fruit or produce.  We are 24 hours newer the market  than any other place in B. G. and we  could sell three or four times onr  actual product if we only conld induce  the trees to come  into bearing sooner.  and  jL I  xrici 11  r\#*  ���������    !_-__  i rie  Creston Mercantile  Limited  __������_-������  ���������*"E^^  FRUIT TREES!  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  _sW_sS-_-M-_--_--������_W-W_-_SlMMI**S*-W^^  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 tliree-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  JL Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C  Jf. D. SPEERS  | LIVERY AND TRANSFER \  X  Wood for Sale  <^4$ 6^04^6 ^^4>$^^^^^^^^^^^^>^  lUD  the-retnrii&for 1014 bid frtiv to assume  proportions that wiU .place this Valley  well to tho front as a Fruit nnd Voge-  .._.__*���������_������������������,_%   ._������������������*   4-Kcft     ir������*imAsvriof  VVUVv ������      mm*   wi'w     ���������lj|-.VrK-;-Jv>ji*  f^tS*  in the Dominion of Canada.  KNOW THI  (CONTRIBUTED)  i When ��������� siuuer reoetvea the Lord  Jesus as his Savior, he at once becomes  a child of God on the authority of  John, I 12 as many as receive Him,  to them Ke gave power to become  sons of God, even to them that believe  ou His name. (Believing is Receiving)  2   Then   that   sinner   is  accepted  in  written, Gal. 2.20. "I am orncifled  with Christ nevertheless. I live, yet  not I, but . Christ liveth in me and  the.iiie which I now live in the flesh.  I live by the faith of the Son of  God who ioveth me, gave Himself  for me."  4 And he is a mansion in which God  the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost have  come to dwell as in John XIV i? to  28. For He dwelleth with yon. Bead  it.  5 He also has the assurance that he  can never perish, that God will carry  on tbe work He has began and that  in dne time he shall'be like the Lord  [aud   forever   with Him.   John  X 28.  the Beloved,  and has the forgiveness 1 pixil' ���������*��������� 6 1 John 8 2V 1 Thesa. IV.   17  very thing that He which hath begn  a good work in yon  will perform it]  until the day of Jeans Christ" Phil. 1-  Simpiy  believe that  what  God say-i  is really so, and is not dependent upo  yonr health, nor yonr feelings.?  To believe with-all the heart tha  Jesus is the Son of God. (Acts 8 37  is the-answer of.a good conscience]  toward God. 1 Peter 3-21. To hira that]  worketh not ,bnt believeth on Himi  that justifieth the ungodly: his tiFAIT.  is counted to him for Bighteoasness  Romans IV. 5.  Bring in Your Renewal o  Siibscrlption to the  of Fins according to Eph.   16   He hath I "Be&<i tbem.  made us accepted   in the Beloved in I ���������  whom   we hath   redemption  throngh  His   blood,    the   forgiveness   of  sins  ������ei^f ,_o--a^������--'^ '^--ijiitdl:!!^'-;-; Hll-VItLlV  With somewhere about 80,ooo trees j according to the riches of His srrace.  showing an increase of bearing over {3 And he. is looked upon by God, as  the crop of 1913 and several thousand having been crucified with Christ, and  trees that come into bearing this year, j has now Christ living in Him. as is  1913 REPORT OF CANADIAN BANK OF  SI SAIISFAGIOB?  pftMurnnr  ���������U-UiflS-flLRUL  llflDT  .NIUU. I  Statement of the result of the business of the bank for the year endineJ  ������������*������*   November, 1913.  29th.  Balance at credit rf Profit and Loss Account, brought forward  from last year ;    For the /new year���������and every day  of it���������tlie Ford is the car to boost  your business and broaden your  pleasure. It's the car for aii oc-  casioj_s**-r-ali year 'round. Start the  new year right Buy an economical  Ford.  Model T Runabout \ . $600  Model T Touring Car . . 650  Model T Town Car     .     .900  With Full Equipment, f. o. b Walkerville  CRESTON  AUTO AND SUPPLY  COMPANY  R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  Gasoline and  Kerosene  Higher Test than any place in the  Kootenays for less money.   .  Creston Valley Investment Co.  BBAL   E8TAT15. AND   iNSUttANCE  King George Hofcol Block,   4fch. Street,   CRESTON, B. O.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  *.  .*   '* -���������" >  Now   is   lhe   time   to  get   busy   ahd.' purchase  Creston  Laud,  before   the  rush  to the  "Wonderful Creston  Phone 8k 1  which is rapidly coining to the front  and proving  to  be  the   Banner District   of  British   Columbia.  We have  listed  for sale  Choice  1,61 s  BUSINESS AND  RESIDENTIAL  Improved Ranches aiid partly improved from  10 to 20 Acre Blocks? Wild laud ajoming a  settlement iu Blocks of from 5 to 320 Acres.  For full information  aud  particulars  Write  or  call  ou   the  II     111 if Ifl I IwIMI I     '���������Hi    rlk  Box 36 Crestou,  B. C.  ������������������ pro.u.������iS xHx <uS jtSo������ euuiuK _������iu. uovemner, after providing  for all bad aud doubtful debts. .............._....  $    771.578'89:  2,992,951 IQfk  $ 8,764,539 9������  This hns been appropriated as follows:  Divideuiis Noh. 104, 106, 106 and 107, at ten per cent.  Bono* of one-per cent, payable 1st. June   do do do 1st, December.........  Written off Bank Premises...   Transferred to Pension Fund (annual oonttibution)....  do Rest Account.........   Balance carried forward ......;   _  1  enn rmn tin.  150,000 00-f  150,000 001  500,000 OO'J  80.000 00 f  1,000,000 001  884,539 98  $ 8,764,529 9������  Toronto, I9eb. December,  1913.  GiBNERAL STATEMENT  LIABILITIES  Notes of the Bank in circulation .........; .....   f 15,643,923 18  Deposits not bearing interest...............   9   52,798,205 84  Deposits bearing intereet, inoluding interest  accrued to date  ...... 140,016,609 40     192,818,715 24  Balanoes due to other Banks in Canada .........?..........  Balances due to Banks and Banking Correspondents elsewhere  than iii Canada   Bills payable ���������   Acceptances nnder Letters of Credit   <m&$rvi3  Dividends unpaid   Dividend No. 107 and bonus, payable 1st Deo.  Capital paid up     $  Rept   Balance of Profit and Loss Account CmM-m-iI  forward   15,000,000 00  18,500,000 00  10,071,310 7S  0,516.787 05  1,941 544 19  $ 280]618!634 11  2 668 48  526,000 00  W  384,529 08        28, 884.529 9H  $ 86<i,Q80f780 67  ASS-T1  Current Coin nnd Bullion    $  Doiuiuiuu Notes   9.579,478 60  20,836,182 60  Balanoes dne  by Banks and Banking Cor.  respondents eluewhero than iu Canada  Balnuoes dne by other Banks in Canada  Notes ou other Buiilm   Checks on other Banks   Call nnd Short Lnnus iu Canada on Bonds,  Debentures nnd Stocks   Call and Short Loans olaowhoro than in  Canndi ....*,   Dominion   nnd   provincial   Government  Seonrltrtes   British,   Foreign   i-nd   Colonial   Pabllo  Soouritiou nnd Onnndim Municipal  Si-ourlMou   Itiiilwuy   and othor  Bonds, Dubeutnrea  nnd Stooks   Deposit with the MlidHler for the purponos  of tho Oironlatlon Fund   Othor Onrrent Loans nnd Diuoounfcu in  Oiiiinda  (lesn  rebate of IntoroHt)  Othor  Current  Loans   and   Dlnconnrn  o1h������whoro than  iu Canada  (Iohh  lobulo ol iutorciK)   Overdue Dnbt.a (nHtlmntnd loss providod  for)    Ileal   -Htafro   (inolndlug   tho   unsold  balaueo of former preinlseH ot  tho EiiRtoru Townships Bank)      MortHiigoH ou Uuui IflHtftto soUI by thn  Bunk   Hunk PromiMis   OtlK'l' AHHOtB   LlnbilltloH of ouNtomera niiflor Le'toi-H  c? Credit, uu i'o������  (juuiiU'a   $  6,884,052 88  22,129 47  n, 100 2tio 00  6,418,425 14  9 30,416,666 10  10,431.-130 U  9,610,660 08  16,154,860 65  8,484,005 06  2,431,089 71  T8,001,224 04  788,500 00  $ 07,808,810 14  180,474,874 81  18,102,015 1G  487,664 72,.  070,016 01  483,007 82  4,281,481 00 '  21,411 02  1,1)11.514 10  B. E.  WAuewn, Prwnldond  Z, A. IjAflii, Vloe-Pretildeiit  9 860,030,720 57  AtnxANnnn LAmm, Goncrnl iluuiiKor  gJJ-'ffllWM  lillliiliilililimilil  mmmmmmmmm  saMfi  __5____S  _tt  m������rmmt<mm&.

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