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C,   FRIDAY-   DBC. 26    1913  Sinc-ut Copies 5c  rfUtt kjt  mam  outers Union Making Jrrogress  wito x^onsiructtoh of Warehouse  44 fi     '  \Ji0ft3>  ______? jM^h_________ _ __d_____________. ______*  /b rtxcclsis ^en 6? ht  a-HV  __T        Q0 A___H_---__V-^^ ^*>V     ^^bJ^     ^QP������^      ^^^W_i^^    ^P*^a_B"i\^ M_H-_a\-.e^^        ^^_0^     ^^^^^      ^F ^--He^    ^a^ WW  oaf        ^*  *T* TV        tt  MKf >^^^^Bh   -^*aT^H   *m^m0k*.  __���������____ ^Sf       _____������     ______        ^        -^**  i terra rax  :���������ssss-   - - -._ a_ - BW cau      ���������������������������-  1U11   Ui  nrsfiT nr i i.fiaiA  1 ���������������������������*������.���������    uh   a iiiimi:  uuu. ui livniu  Ottawa ���������At the*(cabinet meeting  "which lasted throughout the day it  was announced that tbe government  had decided to appoint a conaission to  inquire into the high cost of living-.  The inquiry will be 6* a departmental character. The three commission-  era wiii bo John MeDongaii, commi-s  iunera Of customs: K. H. Coates, chief  sth���������t-is���������.ciat-fr *r"t������pa������'ini������nfc< of iftboiv j&tmI  0. 0. James, for many years deputy  jninist&r.pf agriculture for Ontario  and now advising expert to the minister of agriculture.  While lln? general ievei of prices increased 46 per, cent between 1908 and  1912, the actual cost of living increased  . about 30 per cent, according to a special report during 1912. This estimate  is made by allowing for the greater  importance of certain groups ofarti-  ��������� cles in which? the rise has been very  rapid.   The report adds:  "The effect of an advance like fehit  of tbe past year, and especially as com-  *������  ing On top of. .nearly a decade and -  half of mounting prices, and with the  - prospect* of continuance, is'necessarily  > far-reaching.-. The rise in the cost of  living has struck at the'standard of  f-LSniPT-S-P into  tmmoiiiiHO im  mini in  WIIKI II-  1 yuLiu  ainTi-f.r  Hjll]ll?l-  niiiiUL  The  Public   are  asked  to  mail  all-  matter   ior   delivery at   Xirnas early.  Oid Country mail shonid be posted  not later than, the Eth. December, for  points East of Winnipeg by. the 18th,  and points West of Winnipeg not later  than the 20tbv also please "note" that  from December 5th. to January 1st.  inclusive. Those persons whose names  begin with letters from A to K will  receive their mail at No. 1 wicket,  and from L to Z from No 2 wicket  Money Orders can be obtained from  8 A.M.  till 11A.M. and from 12 A.M.  Xi**      0.  T*   ������rT  uni  o x-.m.  By order.  Postmaster,  Oreston, Nov. 28, 1913.  1 liicomes  ly advanced* while .business in many  instances, notwithstanding a widespread prosperity, has been unsettled  bU.I/M..(^l3Cu  'condition of values,"  "Goyemajents have pablisbeddata, as,  for example, in Australia andNew Zealand.- In both of these countries sys-j  tematic records were...'begun? for. the  first time, based on comprehensive investigations into existing and past oon-  di.tjkms.   '  "Most inteiesting of all, perhaps, was  the action of the president ot the  "TTuited States in adyising in a special  message to congress tlie calling of an  intviiittlluuiil (iuugn-uss to disonss the  ���������whole snbjeotj.*.  mt unoroiPtHOLc usn  (Contributed)  He was the blackest, fouleBt whelp  imaginable, and had forfeited his life  by his 'misdeeds. He understood not  the least particle about anything good,  nor did he want to. Most unprofitable to his majster was he, using every  faculty he possessed to pursue evil,  vilifying-., everything and everyone  around him," cursing lying ah3"everi  killing his fellow men and so-his life  was the forfeit.  The master   had  a son���������opposite to  l>l*������ft   *mr\*mmmm*-*. ������������������������������     w* .  could  ���������������  single  VLt,m  .-__f  _j_r  If*   Christmas Niqht  %  em  iw Christmas, crowned with mirth and cheer,  -^p Sweet magnet night of all ihe year,  front field and city, camp and foam,  Jj>. rrntsra er our laveu ones aosent roam,  jf Thy subtle spell from far and near  Can draw them home.  *  Gathered round thy friendly fire,  Sisters, mother, sons and sire  Once more in fond affection meet,  To love set time their bosoms beat,  And every hearth's happy choir  Of singers sweet.  m>  _���������  1  .ii   ywjsr  laVMHI  -flmiiu Hum  UIIIUIL  ��������� ������������������ amai  IIUIIIL,  MflUtfLfl  ifiniiiiLi  ���������Will Hill %  PIANO" FOB SALB-High grade,  Kimball, at ft bargain. Apply S. B.\  Ohari ton, Oanyon Oity. 51-p  Any pbrspu desiring to attend the  apple puqking classes for 1914 will oblige  by giving in their names to J. A. Lidgate the Secretary of the Parmer's Institute.  O.O. 8., SICWAWES ORANBROOK  OO-OPyBRATIVID -3TOHES.  A -n,*������4%i-i4Vof    -*������-������* <--ri/-lcf  4,X������W4J^-srw    _������. m.*- ������*������������_*) r -_  ���������at home or abroad���������he was pure, unselfish, perfect.   He said nothing that  would have   been   better  left unsaid,  and he  did  nothing  at .anytime, -.. or  under any  circumstances  that would  bave beeu  better left undone.   Satan  tried and the world tried, to got him in  someway under the yoke of sin, but  he   was never  under    its   power  in  thought,   word or act for a single moment.    And he loved his iai-iei_ erriun  servant with  such  an  amazing  lovo.  that he even  offered to die for him.  And actually' it came to pass, that in  duo timo, the son exchanged places and  suffered death, being treated exactly  as though be had  committed all the  rognes diabolical deeds.   The Innocent  one willingly died,  thut the guilty one  go free.  This is a pen picture of what Jesus is  to tho repentant nml believing sinner.  Jesus took tho sinners place willingly,  that we might tako his in His Father's  love.   Ho was treated ns we desorved  to be treated. He took our sins ta give  us his righteousness. He who knew  no sin, was made sin for us, that we  miecht be made the Righteousness of  God. His holines* is to bim who  belicveth.  Let each one personally accept God's  gift   to   mon���������Jesus���������and   trust  .What are you doiug to make some  oue happier this Chi-i.tmas than they  were last?  On New Tears Eve the local Socialists will bold a social evening in the  Auditorium. A business meeting will  His)be hel<l flom 7 ���������"'������"������ 8p.m. followed by  atoning blood for the forgiveness of m,isic' SonSs ttnd recitations. The bal-  sins, nnd accept eternal life as God's r^nce ������������ the,y*������������ will be spent in dune,  FREE   gift.   Accept   Jesus as   God's  provision for each ones personal salvation. Accept Him and be saved for  ever, reject or neglect to accept Him,  and be lost forever. Believe on the  Lord Jesus Christ aud .thou shall be  saved. He is the joy of the Great Father's heart ond if He is your substitute  hy faith, youi* sius have beau atoned  for and you go your* way rejoicing.  ing. '"Gentlemen 50c, -ladies bring ref  reshments." Everyone Welcome.  Special Value in Suit Cases from $2.50  to $5.50. Guaranteed to give you splendid wear, at The ORESTON MERCANTILE O a  Begins to look like Christmas after  Ottawa, _Dee 10���������Opposing any in-  terferance in the tariff and expressing  views quite the opposite to those of  rhe grain groovers, a delegation of  fruit and livestock men interviewed  the government this afternoon. They  were introduced by Mr. Smith of Winona, Ont. He held that the arguments  advanc d iu the niorniug did not re-  presont. iha views of the farmers, who  in 1911 had declared against reciprocity  If there were reasons for rejecting  reciprocity then they wsre infinitely  greater now,  Mr Rowlund, presilenfc if the Ontario Frnit Growers urged that the  farmers of Ontario wished to maintain  their  h me markets by protection.  Mi*. B'de, of Bramp'on, a large stock  raiser, contsndeii tbil the. morning  aelegsifim did not represent one per  cent of the population.  The cry came mainly from people  who had done well under the tariff.  *_-9f I-   ^e absolafee,y  opposed  any   change  - in the tariff and urged the maiuten-  of its stability, '  Mr. Johnstone spoke strongly against  the tariff on frnit beiug reduced, Arguing that it would lead ta an extensive  du������pping of American fruits ^ Last year  they bid shipped, 8'2d700(>* barrets of  to the  west.  That the'free entry of foreign fruits'  vvonld be the death knell to tbe fruit  ind as try iu Niagara surauiarized the  argument of J. R- Armstrong Winona.  Robert Miller, a rai er of thoroughbred stock, argued ��������� t hat eaoh country  should look after its own tariff, T,  H. C.irpeuter, Niagnrn, argued the  middlemen, not the growers, get the  pr fits of Uio fruit.  The premier sim ply stated that the  nintters prepeuted wonld he considered  from all popsiblo points by the government. Ho madi no further declaration*���������Kelson  D.iily News.  liUNHiiltlllAL  cum fiDc C-fl_  eS!B!!        Iiill       . ���������������������������a������������������������  all  Young cattle bought.  Blair, Erickson.   40tf.  Apply to O.  -JSiii   USiL uUVh  The Idaho-Oontinoatal mina, at Port-  hill, will be shipping concentrates sooa  after January 1, unless unforseea' delays occur ia completing ths oouoea-  trator, according to announcement made  this .week by A. Klockmann, president,  and Albert I. Goods?!?, General S������ngr.  of the Idabo-Oosit-isent-si cosrs'f'sa'^.  The mill, of 200 tons daily oapaoibr  is nearing completion rapidly, ,1-he  building practically is finished and ft  few more days will see the machinery  all of which is on the ground, installed  The hydro-elretric pox* pi- *->���������������������? oa  Boundary oreek, 14 miles from Port  Hill, is completed and ready for service  and the transmission Une ��������� to tbe mine  was finished a few days ago. The baavy  snows recently in the region of "the  del-iyed progress somewhat,' the lines  being broken by fallis8*' tress,., TssS  ���������danger points along tha rignt of way  have been cleared and trouble from  this source obviated.  The crasher rolls in the concectrater  are now preparing concrete mairariH  for the - compressor plant, equipment  for which- is ready for insta'&tioa,  and as soon as soon as the drill power  is ready operations will begin. Tbe  tramway trom ihe mine ir_ iha inilr,  1600 feefr.-has^been eoveted with s^scv-  sheds nnd office buildini^',~storebOBS������s  and quarters for the men have been  completed.  The road from the mine to Port HUl,  rhe nearest railway point, is in excellent condition, the track the most  of the way having been broken through  snow from five to seven feet deep and  dud until spring heavy loads oan be  transported, over it easily and .safely.  Sleighs will be used to haul the ore  during the winter and either anto  trucks or caterpillar engines will be  utilized daring the summer. ���������Bonners  Ferry Herald.?  -omuu Tor oar prioes on furniture, we  pay the freight.   Q .0.8.  \{f To Oar Readers  *Ji^ ,        : ,^j*      '' ��������� ������������������!-������������������      |  Tako guns rilles, phonographs etc.  to EMBREE for repairs, He has tho  tools and he knows how.  Born to Mr. nni Mrfi. P. Lomh-irdn,  of Sirdar, on Monday December 22nd.  a daughter  Rev. E. Bull has arrived to conduct  services in the church of England and  it in hoped that nil members of the congregation will attend the services as  advertised. .'Services next Sunday will  be as foil 1 wis:  Sunday Sohool 11:80  Eveut-oiu*; 7p.ui.  S  ���������Tho C. O. S. of Oranbrook is Belling  Iron Bods with niattress and spring for  $11.  VV     Wishing oat readers, oiie and all,     jL  Rubbnr nhoeH nnd  Mini bid li.    *  E.  BiittorllcMil of  iu town Tuesday.  nmn   bootR at A,  .Duck  Crook   wn������  Dan Smith of tho Oreston Reviow loft  Wf.-diU'sday-for NoIbou whoro he will  enjoy the holidays with  his parents  RICH MEXICAN BEING EXAMINED BY IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES  Tbo lure of gold in Mexico, whore so many men have reaped o harvest.  is not sufficient to hold some of the rich n on who value life and liberty higher  than wealth in Mexico. Lu������s Termzas, Mexico's richest oltieen is among those  who has nsked the protection of tho stars and srrlpes.' However, he found on  reaching the border that Lhe Uiiitud States antboiities aro showing no favoritism.  Tho customs inspeotors went through hia luggage poll-moll, and the above photograph shows him being given tho samo medical examination liy immigration  authorities as tbut reoeived by the lowest uoou. This picture was made at Presidio, Texan, just after the Mexican mllllonnre had 010*iaed the Rio Grande.  Get your skates sharoned at  KMllRKE'Sl'5oont.H and attached to  your shoes 2r>oontB.  Waroh Night,   Sorvicea in   tho Motho  dlHiiolinieh.Now Years Eve from lip  111. to   13:15 p.m.    A good   program is  bolng arranged.   This is tho best placo  tooloHothnold  year uud  welcome the  No w Year.  Hi  it)  \h  iti  ik'i  -*v������*  ���������������������������������  w  c/l SMlerry Christmas  and a  Hanr>\)  and tPrftshrmux  ��������� - 00 1  cNiew   Year  *      I     *00  m  m  ���������** ���������  m  Mr. W, B. Forward, of Iho -Sonihry  Land Oo. has arrived in OreHton to  roiniiiii.  MibH JoHuio Cnnin-on, of SpoUano,  Wnsh. Ifl ppr-mltiig her hohdivy wllh  hor mother, Mrn. Howard.    Hi'i- frlond  Mihri    CilllorUull    llCOOIIlpillkil-i    lilt*.  aa*  ������ "4 ������  ryrr-ry  ���������**rnrr**������ t������*\* r rri ���������nrr������rr������r������r  ���������J3B������ __& C_*S"*__2__ '-^'''^ __&!__- __te ������4"  v3p ?j������ rJ^II^SJ; JgJ,1*^* __B ^St i*m *mt ��������� t  Floyd Rimer* retained Siitnrdiiy from  college lo apoiid the vnnitiou wuh iuh  part'iitH..  fos.'  Itcut Gaudy  Oreston Review.  utorc.    At/p!y tat  Mtthodlsfc Ohuroh Now Year Sorv.inos  will bo held Sunday Deo. 28, 1918.  Morning Biirvlcea 10:80 n. rn. Thnme:  "Overcrowded." Suuday Sohool and  Adult Bllle CIiihb J 1:30 a.m. Evening  Hii-vloHH 7:110 p m. Thonio: Tho Last  Iiigathi'i'liig. Approprintn liinRio by the  .iliolr. Bright and cheerful nervines,  l'roiioliliig at ErleliHoii sohool Iioiino at  8 p. in.  The following artlolns   FOR-HAIjE,  apply to Mm City liakury  1 bed, t>pi'ingM   and   iiiattrci*.s of dim-  1.1..   %,m,1      O    ., 1.    *,...*. *..'.'' * I  -. ��������� -��������� ��������� ........ ���������,   ������. ... .^...f, ... ������������������.,  ���������������     ..,.,     .    .     ���������       ...     ������        .���������  ������ ......... ������,,������..,i..t   ������   v.... ^..ii   >.v������>V', 4. ������i; ������v iii*A  machine, 1 timing table, kitchen ol.ulrn  1 Rocking ohii.li*, 1 hent.lng hI',ov*', and  Poulti-y.  ���������>   *���������: a  1 *.**  -"������  I \    _s������ti_t  etmrrc-.        1  vsJh^tiktiiikm*:--**'..' iau'ji " ������-  *  ���������k,&*Vl.X*'  jir- BBS  ^���������\it&Y~  THE REVIEW. CRESTON, B. C.  impaired? Doss your throat  get husky  or dogged?  Modern science proves that  these synmtoms result from run  down health. Snuffs and vapors  are irritating and useless. You  shoi_ldbuildyour general health  with the oil-food in Scott's  Entu!s������on-its nourishing  powers wiii enrich and enliven  the blood, aid nutrition and assimilation and assist nature to  check the inflammation and  heal the sensitive niensbranes  wmcn are anectea.  Scot&'s Emulsion  wiii raise yout  standard of health  iu   -Uiiuv-v  caiciu.ii.  Shun alcoholic mixtures  und insist on SCOTT'S  The lane was separated by high hedges of osage orange from the properties on either side, and each house in  tlmt neighborhood "had drive of its  own, which entered from the main  street, circled the house and went out  as it came.  There was no reason, or, so far as  I could see, no legitimate reason why  a car should have stopped there, yet  it stepped and for sonie time. Deeper  tracks in the sand at the side of the  lane showed that.  I felt that I had made some progress.   I had found  where the pearls  had been hidden after the theft, aud  j this   put   Bella   out. of  the  question.  And I had found���������or thought 1 had���������  the way in whicl. Miss Jane had been  I taken away from Bellwood.  |    I came   back   past the   long   rear  [wing of the house which contained, 1  j presumed, the kitchen and the other  j mysterious regions which only women  j and   architects   comprehend.   A long  | porch van the length of the wing, and  jits I passed.I heard my name called.  In  here   in   the   old  laundry,   Ma.r-  ! gery's voice repeated and I retraced  i my steps and went up on the porch,  | At the very end of the wing, dismantled,   piled at the sides with firewood  and broken furniture, was an.old laundry.      Its  tubs  were rusty,  its walls  mildewed and streaked, anf. it exhaled the the musty odor of empty houses.  On ths floor in the middle of the room  tuc uiiunniu rt tuc  uu. miiuun ni iiil  uiunrr  hit  -IMC  UH!  -_-*.. ,-gv    ; _j**-i  ���������nrmr st  By Mary Roberts Rinehart  /������*������������������������*c-*1ar"h*''l,  undeniably   dirty   and   disheveled,   Eat  Margery Fleming.  I thought you were never coming,^  she said petulantly. 1 have been here  alone for an hour.  I'm sure I never guessed it. I apolo-  I gized. 1 should have boen only too  to eoruc and sit with yon.  te was tumbling with her hair,  winch hung loosely Knotted, over one  small ear.  I  hate to look  ridiculous, sue  said  sharply,  and   I  detest   being  laughed!  at.    1  have  cried ana  1  haven't;  nny  j handkerchief.  |     a  proffered  mine   gravely,   and   she)  ! took j':.  Now, she said when she had jabbed  REQUIRE PROMPT REMEDY  Agonizing Pain Prevented by Keeping  Nerviline Handy on the Shelf  A   CASE*   IN   POINT   ILLUSTRATED  Deadly cramps���������the symptoms are  not to be mistaken. Suddenly and  without warning the patient ersper-  iences such agony in the stomach as  to contort tho countenance and cause  him to cry aloud for help.  Then It is that the wonderful power of Nerviline can make itself felt���������  it cures so quickly.  "Last summer I was striken with a  frightful attack, of cramps. I feared  the pain in my stomach would kill  me.  '"My eyes bulged out and the veins  iu my forehead stood out like whipcords. ��������� ��������� *  "My cries attracted a neighbor, who  cam������ to my assistance, and in a mo  ment or two handed mo half a teaspoonful of Nerviline in somo sweet-  -iviAiT    ���������n*nfo,T������  "���������It.seemed as if an angel had charmed away the pain. In ten seconds I  was well. Nerviline has a wonderful  name in this locality, and is considered best for cramps, diarrhoea, flatulence, stomach and bowel disorders. I  urge all my friends to use Nerviline.  '"** * ���������".l'l l^V    TIT      T  TiT* \ Willi*'  ���������'Williamsburg."  No home is safe or can afford to  miss the manifold advantages of haviug Nerviline on b; nil lu ease of accident or emergent sickness. Large  fumlly size bottles of Nerviline, 50o;  trial size, 25c, all dealers, or The Cat-  arrhoi-roue Co., Buffalo, N.V.. and  Kingston? Canada.  Too Late  A certain legal luminary, though  a good administrator of the law in  other respects, was noted fo" the "way  he got mixed in his charges to the  jury. On cne occasion a case was  tried before him, the points of which  may be briefly stated thus:  Smith brought a suit against Jones  upon a promissory note given for a  horse. Jones' defence was failure of  consideration, he averring that at the  time of the nirchase the horse had  the glanders of which lie died, and  that Smith knew i*c. Smith replied  that the horso did not have the glanders, but the distemper, and that Jones  know It when-he bought uim?  The judge thus charged the jury:  Gei-tlemen of tho Jury:  Pay attention to tho charges of the Court. Tou  have  already  mado  one  mistrial   of  this case because you did uot pay attention, and I do rrot want you to do  it again.     I intend to make it so clear  to you this "lime that you cannot possibly mako any mistake.     This suit  Is upon a note given for a promissory  horse,      I hope you undorctand that.  Now, if you 'hiii that, at the time of  thu sale Smith had-tho glanders and  Jones knew it, Jones cannot recover  ami that is ��������� clear, gentlemen.     I will  state it again.      If you And: that at  tho time of the sale Jones had the  distemper  and  Smith  knew  it,  then  Smith cannot possibly recover.,.     But,  gentlemen. I will srato it a third time,  so that yon cannot possibly make a  mistake,      if at tho time ol* the sale  Smith   had   the   glanders-,   and  Jones  the Jis'roinper, and the horse knew it,  tben   neither   Smith,   Jones,   nor   the  horso  i*au rocovev.  Thu jury  disagreed.  .JN BUYING  YEAST CAK&S  BE CAREFUL  TO  SPECtPY  YEAST  CAKES  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES.  Hand  to   Hand With  a  '. iger*  ''-Editorial-Wriggling  Tho following from a North Dakota  paper must take its. place .among Ins  classics of editorial apology. Y  Wo wish to apologize to? Mrs. Orlando Overlook. Ic'. otty-* paper last  week we hail.as a heading: Mrs. Overlook's Big Feet. Y The word we had  ought to have used is a'-French word  pronounced the same way, but spelled  iC-le. It means a celebration and is  considered a very tony word.  j the last hairpin into place and tucked  i my handkovchit-f iuto her belt, if you  j have   been   sufficiently   amused   per-  i haps you will help me out o   hers.  'Continued^ !     S~e brushed aside her gown, and I  t +������������������ a x    titi. titi -v t .i  ���������    i saw   wfcat   had  occurred.      She   was  I tried to forget the pearls and xo   sittiac hal������ ovor ;t trap door  iu the  fathom the connection bat .-/een ^ j lloor.'which had closed c^ her skirts  Maitland's disappearance and tne a_- \      . }u>,. h.,r fast  tsence of her brother-in-law  The scrap p ,  ^ ^ ^ohstt had not looked!  of paper     eleven    twenty-two.    muse fu},    ,n the oi(i wine cellar,   ^ *  connect them, but how? A family \ ^,, ^;, tb_n , r^n^mbGre, this tran  scandal. Dismissed on the mstant. do������ op^ned ^ it. lt was tllo only  There could be nothing that would L ������ ^d -t explored thoroughly,  touch the virginal remoteness of that   ������ laddtr    down    and    Iooked  llttle old lady.    Insanity?   Well, Miss | Ground  Jane might have had a sudden aber-,     c.ouIdn't you���������er���������get  out  of your  anl���������I cjuld   go   out   and  stsi delicatelv.  ration and wandered away,  but that J o-ari_ents  WUU1U   leave   r icuu-g   v.^������~,   ������*_v.   ������������������������   js-���������  per dragged hit  emy7  in.  on en-1 you see you are sitting on  t  the trap  I smoked and considered for some  time over this. Au especially malignant foe might rob or evej murder.  but it was almost ludicrous to think  of his carrying away by force Miss  Jane's ninety pounds ot austere flesh.  The solution, had it not be> i for vhe  blood htains, might have been a  peaceful. one, leaving out the pearls,  altogether, but later developments  ���������showed that the peans refused to be  omitted. To my mind, however, at  that time, the issue seemed a double  one, I believed that some one, per-  hapB Harry Wardrop, had stolen the  pearls, hiding them in the secret  closet, and disponed of them later. I  made a note to try to follow them up.  Then I clung to the theory that  Miss Maltland had been abducted and  was being ht*Id for ransom. But���������-and  I stuck here���������the abductor who would  steal an old woman and take her out  Into the. May night without any cov-  orlng-r-not even shoes���������clad only in  her night clothes, would run an almost  certain risk of losing his prize by  pneumonia. For a second search had  shown not an article of wearing apparel missing from tbo house.  doer and-  j\ vrou'r iii Tiii*   >\ itiu   vv ui its  zinc   gives   tho   following   interesting  account of a Chinese soldier's plucky  tight with a tiger".  In the mountainous province of Kir-  in, formerly one of *he three provinces  of Manchuria, dispatches are convoyed by soldiers, who ride from one district to another. Ono day last November a soldier was on his way back*!  to Klrin City, the capital of the pro '  Don't Submit to Asthma. If yon  suffer without hope of breaking the  chains which bind you do not put off  ,;v i nnothe..* day the purchass of Dr. J. D.  ' Kellogg's llouiedy. A trial will drive  away all doubt as to its efficiency.  The sure relief that comec will convince you more than anything that  can bo written. When help' is so  sure, why suffer? This matchless  remedy is sold by dealers everywhere.  They had been talking as they walked through the leafy groves of Chero-  vince, when he spied a large tiger com- j okee P:.rk     She had remarked^patb-  a_    Ward    him.   Dismounting,    he. etically:  Oh, it must \>e terrible to a  man to be rejected by a woman,  MBY?SShlN  But Margery scouted the suggestion  with the proper scorn and demanded a j  pair of scissors. She cut herself loose  with vicious snips, while I paraphras-  jed the old nursery rhime: She cut her  petticoats aii around about. Then she  gathered up her outraged garments  aud  fled precipitately.  She was unusually dignified at dinner. Neither of us cared to eat and  the empty places���������Wardrop's and  Miss Letitia's; Miss Jane's had not  bc-e-n set���������were like skeletons at the  board.  It was Margery who afte1* our pretense of a meal, voiced the suspicion  I think we both felt.  It Is a strange timo for Harry to go  away, she said qu'Jily from the library  window.  He probably has a reason.  Why don't you say it? she said suddenly, turning on me. I know what  you think. You believe he only pretended he waa robbed.  I should be sorry to think anything  of the Kind, I began. But she did  not allow me to finish.  1 saw what you thought, sho burst  OUt    bitter!"        'I'Vin       ������lft|-ootiv>       nlmciQT  Just before dinner I made a second I la���������gne_ in*his"faco. "Oh/you needn't  round o������ the house. About n hundred I tWk t cloB.fc knoWi ,. snw him lnst  yards beyonu the hedge I found nlgUt nnd lhe womfin too. He  Circular traeKa bruad anil deep where torougUt ner rie*lt to t.he gate. You  an automobile had oacked and turned, treat .mo like a child, all of youi  1'"' ' ��������� ���������  '*-���������'- ������������������ ������������������ ���������- ��������� ������������������      ln sheer amazement I was sllont. So  a now character had been introduced  into tho play���������a woman, too!  You were not tho only person, Mr.  Knox, who could not sleep last night,  ������he wont on. Oh, 1 lent v a groat  many things. 1 know about the pearls  and what you think about them, and  I know more than that.     I���������  She stoppou then. Sho had said  more than she Intended lo, and all at  c.?oi* her bravado left her, ahd sho  looked like a frightened child. T wont  over to her and took ono trembling  hand.  I wiHh you didn't know all Uioho  things. I said.  1 luul a aort of crazy .".ealro to take  her in my arms and comfcrt her,  Wardrop or no Wardrop. Hut at last  Mihjj Letitia''! rhrlU old volco enmo  from tbe stairway.  (Set out of my way, Hopple, alio was  aaying mrtly. I am not on my deathbed yet, not if I ''.now lt. Where's  Klin*;'.'  Whereupon I J.olpcd Mlfl3 Ijctllla Into tho room.  1 think I know whoro Jane in. f*ho  ������������������-.iiil. pulling down hor cane, with a  jerk. I don't kinr.v why I didn't think  about It before. "Mui's gone to get her  now icitli. Sho'B boen talking of It  for a month. Not but what her old  teeth would havo done well onough,  Who would hardly gn In tho middle  of tlio night, 1 returned. Sho wim a  very timid womnn, wiiHii't. alio*.'  Sho wiiHii't,'rained right, Minn Li-tl-  11ti snld *.vlth a Hhnkt* of hor head. She  In tho baby, and Mie yuiw'M-t In nlwnyii  iJpdlllMl,  Jlav'- you ��������� hough  inoi'i. I hiin it a  I'l-clliig my wu  V.'Ol.-.'tll  I, Ihl.i might bo  to  bo'.'      I  v.'1-'  v.n.i a  very old  ���������o,   It   liiU'hl  -  for a rAn-  atmed as best he could, with a rifle,  not of the most modern pattern, aud  fired. The animal, though wounded,  was not disabled, and sprang in a fury  io'vard th 3 soldier. Fortunately for  the man, he kept his head, and with  the rifle tightly clasped and supported against his chest, awaited the oncoming animal. Just as the triger was  ready for the final spring, with his J  jaws wide open, the soldier jammed ]  the point o������ ihe"'rifle with all his  might through the mouth, against the  base of the skull. The force of the  animal's spring as he rushed forward  no doubt helped to end the struggle  for in a few minutes the tiger was lying en its side and breathing its last  The plucky soldier rode to the capital  thirty miles away, and reported the  incident to his commander. Half a  dosen other soldiers then accompanied bim to the spot, and between them  the animal was carried home and photographed in front of the commander's house.  Not Hla Fault  Don't blame me, judge, your honor,  for appearing before yon in this condition.     My wife frove me to drlnk.  She did, eTi? How; did sh^ do it?  Well, she kept nagging at me to  go out and look* for a job till I go.  so blamed nervous and upset that I  didn't" have no can'tiol over myself.  Indeed it must, wjis his response.  Then after a while, with sympathetic ingenuousness, she exclaimed:  ti.  A~,fif.~.'i-    .>rt.v.   th'if I  could ever!  have the heart io do it.  And then came a silence   between]  them as he thought it over.  Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd.  Gentlemen ���������In July    1905    I    was  thrown from a road machine injuring  my hip and  bac?     badly    and    was  obliged to use a crutch for 14 months,  in  Sept.  I90t3  Mr.  Wm= Out-ridge of  Lachute urged me to try MINARD'S  LINIMENT, which I    did    with    the  most satisfactory results and 'today I  am as well as ever in my life.  Yours sincerely,  his  MATTHEW*   BAINES,  ? Lucky  Man ?"?���������  I   suppose? you wero   Di'e-.enled   at  court while you w,ei.c in London, she  infjinreu.^..;: .--.:'-'"-:"..']   .".."?        ,;...? r^Yr  ���������  : Yes,   replied   be.   I   was   presented  twice, but was acqhiltedbotb tinles.  f III? MHIM IMC! IS f A   i  .    LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  Two little English children had run  away from heme, drawn by the irresistible attractions of a circus.  Oh, Mary ' come here! cried one excitedly, lying on tho ground and raising the bottom of the large tent, I  seo the 'orses' oofs.  The attorney for the electric company was doing some cheap advertising.  Think of the good the electric company has done, he cried. If I were  permitted a nun I should say, in the  worcs of 'he immortal poet. Honor the  Light Brigade.  Yea, remarked KIill Rod. Oh, what,  a charge they made.  An eminent, but rather occentrln  author woro a buahieps suit with immaculate white kid gloves when he  called on some friends who wove  I proud parents ot a small son.  t Tho little boy coemed t. be much  attracted by the caller and stayed  close by his chair all the time.  Yon llko to stand by Mr. L and  hoar his funny stories, don't you, Arthur? asked his  father.*.  No;   bis hands smell just  like our  automobile, replied Arthur.  FAMILY  OF  PIVE  All Indulged Freely From Infancy  Amusing Jhn  She was a very little girl, and she  had charge of a still smaller boy, her  baby brother, Jim. Timidly approaching one of the ticket office windows at Junction, she asked how much  the fare was to New York. The  clerk told her and she moved away.  But presently she. returned and  made the same innocent inquiry, once  more to be informed with the same  courtesy. A few minutes later she  was there agaiu.  Look here, my little girl, said the  clerk, this is ��������� the third time you've  asked mo the same question.  Yes, sir. said the little girl, I know  that; but Jim likes to see you peep  out at your window because there's  a lot of bars across it and he says it  is just like being at the zoo.  . .., j  Mandy, what did your husband say  abou the scenery of New York City  and its environs?  Nothing; all he talked about was  the awfulness of the styles ot dreas  the women wore.  ': Great'Invention  What have we here?  My patent reversible film.  And the scene?  Bulgars chasing Turks. Should  you wish to show it in Turkish territory you turn it backward. Then you  have Turks 'chasing Bulgars.  -Engines c������ all kinds, Boilers of all  kinds, Pumping Machinery, Tanks,  Heavy Plate Work? etc.���������Write for  prices.  H STRACHAN AYE.,  T-ftDftKT-i _ flUS&iWa  ivnuniv, "*���������*��������� ,        vnnrsu-n  $100 REWAPD, S1C0  Tbe readers' of this paper will *-o  ������lea*c:' lo learn that there is ^t least  one dreaded diser-f".* tbat science lias  loon ibWo cr-o In.olMts stages, and  that Ifl cator.' TIun u ouiUjiu v-iiio ,a  th" only poritlvc cure now known to  the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a  eonstltutlonul diHeuGc. requires a constl-  tutional iveaunont. Halt'u Catarrh Cure  J" J "������'on  Jntmrni-iilv. k directly upon  iho"*--: finrt mucous surfaces or the  flVRtcm thereby destroy In k tbe foundation of th*> disease, an.!! givine tho patient  BtVo-Vti. b- bulldlif" up the constitution  nnd aea" -k nature In dolntr Its work.  The proprietors have so much faith in Its  rnrhllve nov.-crn that thoy offer Ono  Hundred Dollorn for nny case that It falls  to euro. Send for lint of testimonial!-'.  Vdrl-iv'-'fi 3.   CIIFVNKV  &.   CO..   To-  lodo.  O.  Sold U" n't DrUBRista. 7tlc.  Ta"������  Ilnli'H Family V\\\h "or constipation.  The president of the health insurance company Was displeased, not to  say ruffled. He considered himself a  downy bird, a sharp-eyed spectator  and a knowing car- The principal  business of his company was tr insure  people against luaoss. That is, for  t payment of a certain sum amount  annually they could collect an indemnity for all the ame they   *ere ill.  The prize writer of this insurance  stood before the presideut and bowed  bis head to the storm of reproach that  was cast upon him  What did you mean by in:rurin_ this  fellow Brown? shouted the president.  Sir, said the prize writer he had  nover heen sick for a day lip to the  time we insured him.  But can't you ho reasonable! burst,  forth tho president. - .--������������������������������������  Well, I admit he has been sick a  good deal since he .took .out lil- policy, admitted the man who was being  bawled out.  Sick- a good deal'. t 'vunderc. the  president. As well as I can make out  as soon as ho got this insurance he  gavo up his' apartment and hired a  cot in tne iioapitttl.  With  ft v rm t ft t ttj "i"  SOAP  Assisted when necessary by  Cuticura Ointment   Ihey  HCCp Ll IC orvui uiiu .iv-^.j.- -.v.m..  jtn d clear, sweet and heal th y,  besides soothing irritations  which often prevent sleep  .���������.m.A   \(  m A^l nr Yr*A   hr>rcirY)f*   ,u,  ao i'\icc������*ci;v  itlilnj' when  It. la a common thing In this conn-  try to boo whole families growing up  with nervous systems weakenod by  tea and ooKoo drinking.  That ifl bocauso many paronts do  not roall'/.o that ton and coffee contain a drug���������ciiKeinc --which cauncti  tho troublo. (The namo tlm** is found  In tea.)  "There arc flvo children ln my family," writes a Wostern mother, "nil of  whom drank uoffou from Infancy up to  twq year.n ago.  "My husband and I had heart trouble and wero adviaod to quit coffoo.  Wo did i'.o and iiognn lo uno Postum.  Wo now nro dolius without medicine  and are entirely relieved of heart  trouble.  (Cnffi'lno catisoB l.er.i't trouble whon  continually  used aa  ln  coffco drink-  injfO ���������  "Our oleven-yoar-olil boy had a weak  dig Btlon fron* birth, and yet alwaya  criivod and wnn nlvon coffoo. When  wo ohauged lo 1'onl.um ho like It and  <i .11    I,,,    nr'TitOl' ! ! r������    Ini"  WO     l-jllVO     llllll     H'������     ���������"���������       r..liHI,l., "I.     ���������    ������������������������������������  lu-en restored to -ttilth by l'ostum and  Hi 111 Ukc-ri It."  Kanio glvm by (.'aiiadlaji roiituin  r'o,, W(ti'lH';r, Out. Wrlto r������r the lit-  Mo hook. "Tlio nond lo \Vi.-l!vlllo."  I'OMiuni u'.'1"'-" 'M c   J  ���������'���������" '" ���������'���������  . rm        ������������������-'',....     1 I       M      ������  livyMiim     .'w~.������ ��������� ......  Instant Postum h ,\ imlublo jiowdcr.  A touHpoonrnl dlnaolvoa quickly In n  cup ot h-rit water and, with rronm and  ���������itiKnr, makeu u dellcloiin bovoracn Uv  ctantly.   Clroceri'J null both klndn.  "Thoro'H * reason" for rui.tni...  Owner (rushing up and seizing hoy,  who has run away because he has  broken his windows)���������Yon broke my  window, you young rascal, d.dn't you?  To bo sure I did���������anil didn't you soo  me running homo for money to pay  fer tt?  Do You Want  This Big Book  of Musical Xwfor-  maliovv Fr*ee ?  If... you arc fntcrestc'l . rt������  niii^ic' in any form, 'i>an_, Or-  <-ticsUa, Piano, MandoHn, Gul-  ���������lar, cr, in far.t, *a������y riui5?5ca5  iHatrumeiit, or jT you are tHiuk-  jng of getting an Instrnmcnt  either now or th the future,  tli's book wi!! prove *������f tb*  greatest value to*you.        -    . -.-  Send *or T\ua Big Musical  Encyclo^cirlio   Right   Now.  Just send ns a postal askinx  ns to send yon a free copy of  our Muskval Kncyclopcdtii, and  we Will soml it by return ma lb  KlsoYask us aboulr  our free trial-offer  onVVolms.^^^1  Thos, Claxton,  l.iiiniTS*'  305 YONGE ST     ...  Good Business Reason  l'lut   why,   auked   (lift   obsorvor   of  men of tho itinerant musician, why  do you plr.y au accorillo:.?     Nobody  likoB the accordion any mo.'e.  Ah, flignor, I havo da reason. Da  poop who no like da. accor ��������� pay mo la  big mon to Ht.oppn, ma noise.  Thihdi Vryo waa in a hotel In a western city one day, whon ��������� man whom  ho knew slightly, rushed up to him  ami handed him this:  Dutch, lend mo $100, I'vo been  drinking a llttlo too much alnce I've It's a  long Wny  Down  been in this town. \\\\\ I'vo used up all Whon you feol In a scrappy mood  tho money I brought with mo. Fur- don't try to take a fall out of a flying  Uiormoro, this hotol ls very at.rlct and machine  has n rule that no drinks can ho served In the room of a guest unless ho ls  111 In bed and ban a doctor's cnrtlnonto  to show for It. Tho fact h,, Dutch, 1  have nlrntuly had pneumonia, dlpther-  In, asthma, congestion of tho lungs. Inflammatory rheumatism, laryngitis,  and   Tako the hundred, snld Dutch pol-  omnly. I'm afraid if yon koop on you  might havo tiome fatal dlHonso.  As Values are Judged  Great Scott, voman     Are you trying to ruin mo?        i  Why. Henry! You don't even know  what I paid for the gown.  *   I know that any gown that looks as  bad' as that one costs moro than I  can afford to pay.  Tho e.. ta with which corns and  wnrlt* enn ho removed by Ilolloway's  Corn Cure Is Its strongest recommendation.     It seldom tnllo.  ' Mrs. Farmer���������Well, what   do   you  want���������grub?  Tirod Tatters���������Woll, lady, do I look  as If I wns boBL-ng ganollno?  The  Son  A good Btory Is told of one of our  moHt promlndnt llnanolcrs who had a  sou whoso extrii.vngnnco is notorious.  Not Ions ago at tho ond of tlio Imsb  ness day, tho banker loft hl������ office  and stood for a mlnutj on tbo kerb  boforo nlarllng for the station. Im-  modlatoly a taxi droVo up, the driver  Boeing a doslroblo faro In jiroHpoeu  I dilvo your viiou to but-lm-un ovory  day, Insinuated tho driven*.  Ilo can afford it, rotnr'ced Uio mltV  Konalre.  Many times a wlnn'm; pnillo inV'con  or. tho. face ot a Kood loser.  A cnla'.n (-mlncn lan.lnonpc nvtlHt  Bold a picture to a wealthy womnn of  -OHl.on. Tho woman noon bocamo tired of lho picture, bocnupo, na sho declared, It lacked animation. So Hho  flout for anothor artlnt and asked hlni  to* pulnt a mnn or a woman on tho  road that ran through tho mlddlo of  tho picture.  The tU'tlbt did no, and whon ho mot  the man yiin had painted tho original  work in.' lo'iiMiSm \A'.ul ho had done.  1 had lho toiiii-rlty to alter a landfrcapo  of y.nnrf tho other day. he raid. It  wi*.! tho ono you sold lo Mra. W. Sho  wanted a llgnio painted In, no 1 added  nn old man wnlUln*; down tho road.  ivy::.'.   \vLv.v'. iv-'-v    t:.w.   :.-   ;.���������  II  Why   ycti moro !"��������� eald the other. 11  Thoro io a r-ail that runn thi-ough the  middle  of the eanvn.i.  Why, you fool, IndlKnnt.My cried tho  flrht nrtlnt, that's no road I That's a  rlvor-  I  Without jjood red blood * man hai ��������� wmk bwrt kml poor nerucn. Tlilnneu tyt  the blood" ot *n������cmU, Is common In youna folia a������ woll w old. KU-pcclally U It  tht cute with thoM who work In Illy ���������entlUUd (ictorle������-or Uione who siw thut  up Indoor* In winter time with ������ coal itova burning np lho o*yiI������n er cinlttlnu  carbonic (oxlito) ou. Till* blood, or blood wtilm Iwrlis the red Wood corpuiclca,  In anaemic peoplo may have been cauiedby lack of aood fretb ������lr brcathtd Into  luniia, or hy poor dliiMtlon or dyipap-la. aomatlme* people auHer. Inteon.  i)*iln over tha iieart which U not heart dlteajw at all, but canted by Indlautlpn.  Whatever the c������um( tha^a |iut on������ nmadfy that you can tuxa to���������knowln*  tlut It has alvcn aatuf action for over lo years, ~*  OR. 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'"  -   i   ��������� |��������� ���������-���������> ^m^^^mLymmm^Mmmmx^x-mmj^-^m^.^i --���������I---���������ti,-"t--~-~~������������������-���������������������������-. ]������������������ ���������  -i -r* ���������'   ���������   !* -1 _* i _ .' 11    ���������' i,t.������������������'������������������ I       r i'        i ���������   irY   j     ' .' I    1   It... '��������� ���������������������������*itiT -���������"' *&���������������**������������������*���������*��������������������������� ���������*-���������'-rx.*'im.~amm ���������,_-^^_i ,^i-^_ii, f  ���������,  mtim**** TTTVi TWVTTr-.W. CRKSTOK B. C.  ���������fid":  HI_NEALIREAT1V1E1>  ^PUTS DRINKERS   BACK   ON THEIR   FEET  . Tbo man' vbo drinks- periodically or habitually is physically, morally, and  ���������mentally Inferior lo the sober, Industrious man, and 1.0 one realizes It better  !h,m bimseir.  lt Ib useless for him to attempt to over-come the habit of his own free will,  lie jmust -have assistance. x.  Medical  treatment  is  the only solution  t<"������ his problem.  The Neal Treatment Is purely medical, it Is a sate, sure vcKetable com-"  ���������pound taken internally which eliminates the alcoholic poison from tho sygtem--  nnd leaves no bad "after effects.    No hypodermic injections are employed.  Cull or write any of the Neal,Institutes for full Information.'  IVT-E-t A T  T^T-arrT-TiYlinr^Oi .  405 Broadway,  "Winnipeg,   l^an.  3124 Victoria Ave., W  Regina,  Sask'.  320 Thirteenth Ave.  W.  cjlflary,  Alta.  iMMIIH  The Choice of Generations  Sixty-two -years ago your Grandmother  kindled th_ fire with the "Eight-day" sulphur-���������the first EDDY product. To-day  most of the nine million Canadians favor  the new silent "Ses-qiii" non-poisonous  matches, or one.of the many other brands  made by EDDY.   Ask your dealer. " ~  s The Compliment  My wife paid me a Sac- eompllinen*  this morning! triumphantly stated  skimpy little Mr. Hennypeck. She  said I was almost as big a fool as her  first husband! '  For yeats Mother    Graves'    Worm  XI. r.    Innef  effective    preparation    manufactured;  anOL.it always maintains itB reputation.  "You have been fighting again,. Tommy!  ��������� ? '  1  couldn't  help  it  mamma.  Stapleford boy .assed me.  Cause and Effect  1 wonder wiiy it is, said Bildad, that  So many of these social lights look so  like monkeys? '  I fancy, said Cynicus. tb: . k is because they are such good climbers. '  ILLS OF CHILDHOOD  -THE FIGHT FOR THE TOTE  An  Interesting Account of a Suffragist Meeting From the Standpoint of a Militant  The following is an account of a  suffragist meeting held In .uondon  written by an ardent suffragist from  the point of view of the militants.  The writer is a Highly educated young  lady.still in her twenties. She is a  Doctor of Laws, and very vealthy in  her own right, ytstting Canada this  past summer sho made tho complaint  that tbe reports of the doings of the  militant suffragists were not correctly  reported in the-English press and fur-  I ther that the reports sent to Canada  did not give a true picture of the situation in England. * She volunteered  the following account of the meeting  with which the militants' fall campaign was re-opened in England. - It  is given as presenting the militant  suffragist view:  Yesterday, the Gth bf October, saw  the re-opening of tho meetings of the  Women's Social and Political Union.  The debate was to take place at 3.15  But long before that hour the hall was  packed with mon and women. livery  woman was closely scrutinized by the  police as she entered/for it was expected that Miss Annie Kennvv ere of  the suffragist leaders, a prisoner under the infamous 'Cat and Mouse' Act,  wbuj.il" be there.  '. Punctually at 3.1S Mrs. Dacre Fox  and Mrs. 'General' Drummond came  upon the stage, receiving wild cheers  from the vast audience. A wonderful  ovation greeted the elusive Miss Kenny as she came forward from behind  a banner. '       '   ���������'-.'���������  She is a tiny, ^slender slip of a creature, and no one looking at the childish figure could believe, if they did not  know, that she is a magnificent fighter  for the freedom of women_ and that  she has done five or six hunger strikes.  Mrs. Dacre Fox, as chairman, spoke  ;.    tfvr,T   i.r^w/1 c      Thon       ATrss        'fieri oral'  C*     x\f ,,  .    ,. %f. %���������-*���������        ........ ���������.��������� ~. ~- ���������-  Drummond" addressed the meeting? It  was her first meeting for many  months, as she has been in a nursing  home undergoing two serious operations. -Standing, with the aid of a  stick, she told us how the Government  might break the bodies ol the women,  but it could not break their spirit in  their fight for political justice. That,  no matter what the so-called law of  England intended doing with her after'  Wednesday (she is to stand for her  trial on that day..,, on a. trumped-up  charge of conspiracy) she knew that  her spirit would be with the women in  hi their fight, and that as fast as  prisoi. doors closed upon one batch of  women, another batch would bo ready  to follow suit.  It '-ws a short speec'i for Mrs.  Drummond, but she was a sick woman  and made way for Miss Kenny. The  ���������disease.  From one of tbe boxe-s a fine loosing young-man, a Norwegian, said b������  could not bave believed tbat women  could be so treated in a so-called civilized country, and asked why the  women did not form their own Par-  liamunt     TIT.,.  ��������� 4Al/>   ������1X1. a.  T\f.~^f.      *7I.  , l*f. J -X*.   the women had formed their own Parliament, namely the Women's Social  and Political Union?that most of them  Ignored the law and refused to pay  their taxes.  The Union is only six years old, so  that it is in its earliest infancy. But  it is a fine child, and growing fast in.  health and strength.  ''������������������"  The collecton amounted to over a  hundred and sew nty odd pounds. Two  torn hats belonging to detectives  were put up for-auction_and fetched  $25 apiece, one was bought by a lady  who was sending it as a relic to some  Canadian cowboy sympathisers.-And  a stick wrenched frob the bands of  another detective fetched two pounds  ten.  Tho meeting closed'''with cheers for  'Votes for Women' and jeers for the  Government. As we filed out into  the street battalions of pc.ice were  stationed outside ready to pounce upon any 'mice' who might be at large.  But they had dono a good day's dirty  work for they had arrested nine women and two men. One of the men  was a clergyman of the Church of  England. In' today's newspaper reports of the 'Suffragette Outrage' I  read that the clergyman objected to  taking the oath alter it had been perjured by those constables.  u^n*..t to a ..ciwiCnc is %o waste ojicigy, ants slid octtjieri.  *a*Q  &    To stop it at once simply take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers   ;  Your Drug^siwilicbtifirrn our statement that they do not contain  anything that can harm heart or nervous system.    2So. a box,  WATIOMAU DHUC *ND .C!iEV.:C*U. CO. Oi? CASJAe*. 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Some shooters insist  that   "WinChester "��������� Repeaters "  are better than  other  makers' highest grade shells. "A trial will tell the tale  Don't forget the name : Wincjiester " Repeater."  wilH TriE CORRUGATED HEAD,  *0xm*  m k **ki  IULI.VII  *.*m*m*  .������l*r  C* A** ������if n't*  i-.v-r.ys make sure of getting the   highest    prices    for    WHEAT,    OATS,  BARLEY^ar.d FLAX,,-py shipping ths .'r car    Sots to    FORT . VVii.*_SAM    AND  Ctn i.!v-r.ys make  BARLEY* and (FL^  PORT ARTHIR and'having'them sold on commission by  THOMPSON,  SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'   AGENTS  ADDRESS 700-703 Y.,  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG  Every mother-should be able to recognize the symptoms of    the   -little  ailments that attaoL her children. She  would also bo in a position to treat  That them promptly?  To do this she shoulf  _  ,,.,, .���������_.,.. .,..  ... .... ������������������--.",. ��������� }������*P a supply qf Baby's Own Tablets  That  .was ,no  reason  for  fighting. ]jra the house at all tinies.   The Tab-  You should, bave,remembered that a  soft answer turneth away wrath and  given him a soft answer. -;-...?  I did.     I hit him with a" chunk of  mud.  -inimcrit for sale cverywhefe  I toil you I woov have this room,  protested the old lady to the boy :n  buttons who was conducting her. . I  ain't going to.pay my money for a pig  sty with no bed in It. If you think  that just because I'm from the country���������'   .  Profoundly disgusted the boy cut ber  short. Get in, muni, get in, ho ordered. This ain't yer room. This is  tho elevator.  lets never fail to le of help to little  ones. Mothers whe are anxious-for  the welfare-of her little ones will re  ceivo free fer the asking a ���������Valuable,  little book on tha cai*e of infants and  young children. Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. G. L. __nham, St.'George,  Qnt., says: "I can recommend' Baby's  Own Tablets as a safe and sure medicine i'or little ones. I have raised,  four babies with their aid and would  not be without them." Sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 27, cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,  Dt-ockville,  Ont.  nln^/)',t/������      n WI.llCrt/lll,  g, A. IA. 4-!*>_-ILL*-,     aiULi.-UUlj  wings, remarked: I have just heard  that there are detectives all rpund u..  here, so I am starting���������-  That was as far as she got. At  that'moment'.from all corners of the  stage rushed on plain clothes and uniformed policemen. Chairs were overturned and ;the stage seemed full of  men. They made an. ugly rush at Miss  Kisses  Mr. PhanorJ. Elder tells this anecdote of Pombo, the great South  American poet whs died in i&i2.  It happened in a; New York literary  salon presided over by a distinguished  Argentine lady. Pombo had been presented to ber and she asked him, with  much enthusiasm, who was the anonymous, poetess, the famous Edda, the  Bogotana.  '-Do "you really find these verses  worth reading? asked Pombo.  Worth reading* Versec vibrating  with the deepest passions of a woman's eoul, so essentially feminine  verses too, exhaling the mysticism,  the adoration of a Santa Teresa! Oh,  you men!? Who amon- you. could Write  e*������*ir������1*i     Tt-n**������a_.o v  hJWwl*. ������������������������.*. -w*-������wJ   -  . Wrjll, said Pombo, Edda is now in  New York, and if you want to make  Tier  acquaintance-���������  Speak, man! cried his hostess, impetuously. Where doe3 she live?  What's her name? I'll see her tonight and cover her with kisses.  *���������' You can. start right away, Senora,  said the uglv little Pombo," I���������I am  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN  TO  FSTEB   JANSEN   COMPANY  Oram eoir.���������.issicn S/iarcrisnts  Mak* B!!!a T^aiwj read: Pert Arthur cr Fort Williaa.  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Advances Prompt Returns  %-ViflTupSQ,   iTi&nisss  llaUZy Petes: Janscql  Best Grades  ���������awMWMNK  According to i.his advei'tiseniont in  a Connecticut country paper there is a  cow in New England which Is possessor or rare accompiiahmeni*;.  Wanted ��������� A steady, respectable  young man to look afti.* a garden and  care for a cow vi-.o has a good volco  aud ia accustomed .o.sing In the choir.  A daring experiment was mado by  tbo aVJator Pegoud, at the aerodrome  of Chat.eaufort, Paris. While flying  at a holeht of 700 l'eet he suddenly  relinquished all control ot bis machine  and camo down to earth by means of  a parachute  glvon  men,  ; fro.ni'th  lactp:  Here 6 a chance  for you lo buy  your range from  the factory and  save 30%���������to  buy it on easy  terms and to get  the very range  you would chooae, even if you  had to pay the retail price*  Our free book shows you  exactly what the fsnge is like. It de-  icribe* etch point clea-ly, Jiul we  guarante* our r������ns������ to b* ju������t  as r������|tr������sont������d.  You mialil si well e������ve the retail  profit.    Mail ll������s coupoi** io-������ay.  Dominion rnde  Range  IPoliihed  liteel body���������  I unhreakabls  jdoora and  ] catting*���������  \. Ix-ulilull-f  ��������� ^ti^^as i*'*���������,r"*,��������� ��������� ���������-"-���������"W  tan-rf.    ^M.  Uallcable &  ^Wj  ttsel RflDQi Ulg  Ct., Umltai, Qikaws.  Plait* ������and Uook.  Caili or CraJil  W*l������sv  Brave   Men  and  Women  Women, as a rule, ..re more  to tho marrying habit than  though no woman lu.s reached the  world's marrying record mado by  George Witzoff, the notorious bigamist, whose marriage'! totalled over  100. In ono week he we-t through  eight ceremonies.  Almost'as strange a case was that  of a Russian woman cocdomned not  long* ago to Siberia She had,boon  married to twenty husbands and had  treated thom all alike, running away  from each in tur:. and taking all'their  portable property with hor. She was  a most attractive' woman, and highly educated.  A woman nam oil Schmeyor, of Pennsylvania, wns sent, to -rlnon not long  ago for bigamy. T.-ourIi sho was only  twonty-sovon yours old, sho had mar-  rled twolvo men in ton ycnrH. Hor  only common!, in couvt war. that sho  had liked thom all.  A Iloor wivnnn named lie Ik-era,  whoso sixth husband died ivl-onrly, ir  the proud mother and Et.opinollu.-V of  forty-nlno children, while her grandchildren number 270, Four of hor  <lx husb.,ndH woro wlilow/>n,, all with  airly large families when   flln<   nmi'*  lod thom.  ^^fc.  Fr������l������bi||thoro  Six years later ho rotuniK. Ilia  Hwoothouil of former yem-H Huh  nmrrlod. Thoy ������uH-t at a party. Sho  has changed; botwoon dunces tlio re-  tro-Aii'llon   tnkoH  iduce.  Lot me see, Bhe :n*.is,cH, with hor  fun hoiitliiK a tattoo on hor pretty  hand, wuh It you or you.* brother who  wiih my old swnrthonrt.'  Hoaliy. 1 don't know; probably my  father.  The doctor wiib worried about the  condition cf hla patlont, 1 think I  shall havo to call In uomo otlier phy-  Hk-liin for oon mill tat ion.  That's right; go ahead, suld tlio patient, .mitt- i-heori'ully. OeC im many  nocompIlcoH ub you can.  What did the proprietor of \h0  swine, nny whon he found you feeding  on thoir hunku?  Whut hu bald, ixipJiod tho prodigal  non    xviii   ���������# 1>Iw   tfni������������     rVi������������rt     *-....    '. t  nro     xvortli  Nasts-  i#i#������*f-*"#-~������.������������  %i__l  W.   *. 'J. ^77  Those    hiifiliH  money thoiio days,  Wllllo���������-raw, what, in luck?  Vuw���������-ijiii'k ih what makes the other  follow succosuful, my eon.  Kenny, who shrank to the side of the  stage by tho boxes, her comrades  bravely striving to shelter liei* from  their-.-furious-attack. Amid tho shriek  of the women and the groans and hisses of the men tho little hunted creat?  ure was captured by two burly, beefy  plain clothes officers. Worieu, who  .seemed to spring from nowhere  sprang upon the poiice, cudevoring to  defraud them of thoir prey. Cries of  'Shame!' 'Cossacks!' 'Beasts!' etc.,  rang throughout the building, men and  women were lighting desperately In  full sight of a huge' audience. The  whole thing took place within a few  seconds. The sight, of that fragile  little woman at the morcy of those  men filled me with hovror. Tho day  Is not far distant-when Englishmen  will blush with shame at tlie treatment they meted out to the women  who founUt for enfranchisement.  Mrs. Dacre Fox, again takin.m the  chair begged the audience to be reseated. And it says muoh for the  so-called 'hysterical' box that they  kopt their scats till t'..c cud of the  nuK ring.  Misa Naylor made a beautiful  speech drawing a pnt.hot.lc picture of  Miss Kenuy's early llfo. How f.*ihc  had at ten yenrs of'ago had to worlc  for ho.- livitifv in tho cotton mills at  Colno Valloy. And o[ tho horrible  sights sho herself witnessed In tho  Lock Hospital, llttlo girls, one a-child  of two years old, victims of criminal  assault. As sho rightly says, good  mon cannot credit thnt suc-h things  on n bb. Hut tho womon of this movement know that audi Uuiikh icro taking placo Iu England every day, and  they know that such tilings will continue till women hnve tho Parliamentary voto and bo have u volco lu the  niaklnj; of tho laws. Whllo magistrates Bontonco a poor wretched man  to two yours' hard'labor for ������ paltry  theft, of 2s, -Id., men who oijtraga little children aie lined ot* gl\on short  BoiitonccH. Is ll i.ny . wonder that  ovory decent w'omar. Is lighting for  bolter condition'!!, and a hnhd ln the  making of tho laws'/ As MIbb Naylor  hold our attention, with her simple  eloquence, tologrnins nnd mcfleiiiv-s  woro iirrlvlng for Mi'i>. Dacre Fox.  And at th>- end .of Mliv.', Naylor'n p.-!-  dross Bho rend thom out. Ono tolo*  gram or lucaaagc said that Mian Kenny's droSB hud beer tarn right down  tho front, ono nrbovo had been torn  out, anil sho had arrived at Hollo-  way Prison practlcr.lly naked,  ll took llvo I.uno pal I coir, on to arrest ono tiny woman. TbltiY what hor  Utile body must have Buffered at their  1 nnrls!  ���������ino ih rrri..iii ,u iiiui^i r ndikt-  again, Is It possible for, her to llvo  thiou-'h Ui i.i diubolkiil torture ol tho  Government? 1 honently doubt It. If  ubo dli h tho Government nre to blriinn  and Mr. MeKonnu ami Co. will hnv*.i  IO  llllh.VI'l    IUI    ll  IO   lllll  llll.ll  UUU   l'l O.Ill  11  . ������, .       .1...I.*;  ...   i���������.,!,.���������      'i*i.���������.. ....,,  pi'oparoil to go to any longtlm to got  citizen rights for women. H.j long  iih women nre ilenlot' jinllllo.-il rccogiil-  tlon no long will th - llttlo chlhlnn bo  victimized   by  otitrnRc and  lothHoino  Mistress (getting ready for recept-  ion)���������How does my new sown look  in the back, Norah?  Maid���������Beautiful, mum Sure they  will all be d3light������r-d when you leavo  the **ooui.  Not to be forced  The bartender grasped the man next  the stove by the shoulder and shook  him until he was a wale-.  Here, Zeph, he told him, you'd bettor  go out and got somo fresh air. It'll  do you good.  Zeph-merely grlmiod drunkenly and  huddled .back in his chair. The bartender tried It'agatr. with like resul';.  You won't _ot out, won'.*; you? ho  roared angrily. Seizing the unfortunately Zeph bj .the collar r.nd the  aoal of Lho trousers, he- caecrtcd him  forcibly to tho alley. Get out thoro  in tho air and brace up! wa. his parting advice.  Y'kin put me out if y' like, but���������  Zeph etrnlghtenod up with drunken  dignity���������ye can't make mo tako no  air, darn yo!  ���������bpk!j> _r*sr*  ������ M\SLt5������mt  r Market "Letter and Sasniple Grain  Send ua your name and address arid  .put you on our mailing list���������It's free.  j> you posted on market (prices for grain.  Personal attention ?_iven to selling ana ffraainu of all ''  oars.    Our Car Tracing and Claim  Departments work In  our  clients' interests.  We have every facility ������or prompt service and  we get best results tor shippers.- ,  .  Send 'to-day7 for &7������upply of sample bags and deal with m  firm -whose business, has been buiifc uo by i-atisned customers,       mm  EiNIRAt GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED  1/  ^���������-���������''"���������' ''::\''.Y^WMI8iBIOai'.MERCHANTS' MA  7CcaARjUM EXC'KflW     ^?:^������������������llmB���������������-roiPfl'w_w JrAl  ���������-*���������"���������-*���������*���������"-������������������-������������������ . ���������      .������.������.������.���������������������.������,������    ������ito������*&������������ '__r_ni_������  Paid-up Capital, 9150*000  mill   i������f  Minard's    Llnlmciit   Cures    Dandruff  Br.diet's  Bi'ldgotr, who had administered the  culinary affairs of tho Morse household for many years, waa somotlincs  torn botwoon hor devotion to hor mistress and loyalty to the small son of  tho house,  Bridget, oald Mrs. Morse, in a tone  of wonder, after an Inspection ot tho  pantry, wlur.o havo those splendid  red apples-gone that the man brought  yostorday���������Uiobo four big onos?  Wo?', now. r..a'ain, said poor llrkl-  got, I couldn't lightly say, but I'm  thinking If you wore to find out where  my loaf o' hot Rlngerbroiid is, likely  them four red apples would bo lying  right on top of It, and I'm only hoping his llttlo Insldo can ataud lho  strain.  Didn't Oliver Goldsmith onco llvo  horo? askod tho tourist. \  I don't remember ��������� tho name, snld  tho  Janitor.      Who  wns  th,.  Kent?  Ilo was a po*>t.  Then It Ih hardly Ultels (hat ho  ovor lived horo, sir. Wc always <lu*  miind tho rout. In advance.  Thi   Baby  ���������l'ho toucher was addressing bin  pupils on tho cubjects of laziness and  Idleness. Ho drow a terrible picture  of tho habitual loafer���������tho man who  dislikes work and who begs for all  ho gets,  Now, John, said tho "toaclur* to a  llttlo boy who had boon very Inatten  tlve during tho lennon. John was instantly on tho alert, Tell mo. continued tho ti-achor, who is tho miserable  inr*Ivl('itt.l who gets clothos, food und  lodging, und yet does nothing in return.  John's faco brightened.  1'loaBo sir, sail, ho, * tho baby.  Muud��������� Why didn't you protect your-  ;,cU"  i.hiii  Jack l;h.r*.id you?  11< ity���������Why, at first I was speechless, and then 1 thought I would seo  how many times tho impudent fellow  would unro to do It.  EaoKy Ascertained  ���������As *a preacher hi', a country viilutfo  was walking to" ' his pastorate ' bn������  bright Sunday morning ho .saw tho  son or ono of his i-arlshlohors fl'sltlng  In a crook. ,  Now, John, said tho minister, reprovingly, what would your fathor say  If ho know you woro here?  I could easily 'ibid olit, the boy replied, us ho is oVei' In tho noxt ilel*|  digging moro halt.  The Boys Will bo Boy*  My wife's out of town.  Bo lu mine.  I know two othor good fellows.  -Vf".IT'    T'*<-i"evvoW      lilrht       lit  UoiiBo.     Ton-6*^ limit.  Watermelon **"  A cmoU negro boy went to a pby*  slclan to bo treated for a painful sensation In ono of his oars. Tho doctor examined and found tlo ear wao  full of  water.  lluw did th".J bappJa? t>a ashed  after he had drained tho our; heon  going In swimming?  ITaw. Bull, said the Uttl ��������� follow,  been eating watermelon.  onr  vXj*jcJ Then  'T'T^-'-1  Uiiluckj  >n; :,llXbi^.  Can  'aiiison���������i)'  to huvo thlr  Dr. Morse's  Itidi&aii Root Pill������  mmmsatmsaA 'fmstltx  xm^-W'Mm**^������k*0t������<n<i*im&m?itt^.3n3r2T������d  All Dealers  An attrncUvT?'��������� "^r  f  ,.,,,.fli ccrtlJlcnte  ���������* K"       ���������'������������������������������������- ��������� ���������ilitinej  __w-_a________B-_l  llll llll IS  Inn   n   )>leliire  emitting nmol? '���������������* ,UV).VVv  where your mo, i l-M  ftooH#  ih  ,J I  wmaamaaamaMmmmmmmmammaam  WMM-llUl.   ������n     m      fA^IVIIl'jrl       [f*  u������c nearly a century oro amouij tlm  Indian!*, ond learned from them by  Dr. Morac. Though repeated attempts have been made, hy ���������nhyBi-  cuuibaiui clicinlbta, it has been found  Imno-^ihlf to Imnrove the formula or  the pills.   Ur. Morse's Indian Hoot  \'''.fttit tho world for Conruipationjintl  Lo f-bov^r. *II Kldnev nml Mvff troul"      *"  I  Cin:;������ ry <���������'  sumjesllvo  K:-'mH Kidney and Mvff troubles. They  ; 1'���������*������������**?:'"f^fi^-fit-ly and nffoeiividy, and  v     **������,.. " - * ***^  \  i  i  i  ** warn  '.^'."SST/'.; ���������'.,'.  t^li^i-r^-i  ilt���������Mtnaii^  "V-rf ^..--r���������  ������l _ nil ������f-||-iHrii^i���������rmg���������  tMB  cfeisstoft  MtEymW^eftEStD-i,   S. Cjj  _____  miii-in.i-M.ft'i.'^^-ii^'i'^  3^.���������*  A.  Xmas ^h^  ^^i IV  Silk,  Linen,   and  Fancy  Lace Collars.  Silk Ties,  Fine Belts, Handkerchiefs.  Silk Waists, Shawls  and  Scarfs.  Gloves in  Silk,  Kid   Moca  and   Wool-  Hand Knibroidered Table Linen, Tray Cloths, Side Board Covers,  Doilies,   etc.        Hand   Painted   and  Kmbroidered   Cushion   Tops,   also  Slippers, Combs, Hat Pins,  etc.  FOR THE iVIEN  Fancy  Wool  Knit  Vests,  Sweater  Coats,  Silk Scarfs?  Laundry Bags, Warm Wool, Fur, arid Silk Lined Glo^es^ Slippers,  Silk  and  Linen Handkerchiefs, 'SUfe-ITi^r  Pocket  Knives,  Cuff  Links,  Scarf Pins,  Pipes,  Cigars,  Tobacco  lars  and  Pouches.  Trunks,  Club  Bags  and   Suit  Cases  for  Ladies or Gents.  Childrens Leggings, Gloves, Mittens, Touques and Handkerchiefs.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������ ��������� ��������� ��������� e ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������' ���������  ,;?* ��������� ** trm������    *       s*i    ��������� j*     0g -rs^    9f. CF"        1*     ''������������������ TT 1       T^i   'i     t       1 " ������/     S"1*"  XJCvHisu*������/     uuo*    jl   t_j/������.    *xJZtil*$t     WurCC    JLaxTiiiMKti&t    qJ \*.i%*i7lltZr&?    llcLFiU.      JL  %4>ITIL^\4    \iY.l\M    A eLTli^XJ  China, and other Suitable Gifts.  a s  ave Every  the Xmas Table in the Line of  __ __���������  ���������  BB   VL B  Consisting of New and Fresh Currants, Raisins, Sultanas, Dates, Figs and candied Peels.  Peak Frean's Biscuits, Plain and Stuffed Olives, MacLaren's Cheese, Punch Sauce and Creston  Honey, Webb's and Lowney's Chocolates, Ail Kinds of Nuts, Etc.  ona  naamamommaaam     , .  ft'  ilV))  ine creston ~x������evie%>  . Published every" Friday at Oreston, BritiBh Columbia, by the CreBton Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  :  The Review is tbe acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  onlating in nearly one thousand hornets throughout the Oreston district and  "  ' reaching out in a broad manner into other commnni':v������s.   Our advertising rates  r-:> are based on the uoale of the Kootenay and Boundary s.. iters' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.    Display adver-  ���������" tisementa, $1 per inch per month; oth9r advertising 10 cents per line first issue  -���������' r nnd 6 cents per line in succeeding weeks.   Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advanoe.   Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest auu ou-o ������������altars of the ccsimncity.    O-intributionB must be brief and  or ������7200  a  year  to the two 1 so exiled haviug served with | Aug.   13   every.  Asiatic  was  signed.  A. B. 8. Stanley  Editor and Manager  kmi  BAST INDIANS IN  SOUTH    AFRICA  The strike of native Indians  in Natal is the culmination  of a struggle that has troubled  South Africa since 1906. The  last cencus, that of 1904, gave  the number of Asiatics in  South Africa as:  Oape Colony     10,824  Natal   loo.WK  TransToal   10,608  Orange Free State   253  The Policy tben pursued  was described by Lord Sel-  borne as, broadly, exclusion  of immigrants coupled with  moderately fair treatment of  Indians already domiciled before the war. There was then  of course, no  uniou between  *>%***   *#%1/>*������������#**-%   **+%A    s-***-"*r������T������   *+f   fIl#*������T������  CJUa'W       ������*W*W *M������4������*������������N������       ST****** -w-*^** <m"  m. m. m m _.-  had its own policy as regard I the London Dail  tract to remain in the country  provided that he paid an annual tax of ������3 for himself  aud each dependent. Cape  Colony allowed South African  born Indians free access across  her frontiers, and even in the  Transvaal, where access was  more difficult, the disabilities  of Indians were mitigated iu  practice. They might not  hold property, but the courts  recognised property held ouj  their behalf by white trustees.  Also they might not engage in mining. Serious  grievances these undoubtedly  were, but it was the Transvaal Act of 1 $07 that provoked a crisis*  The case of the Botha go-  vfrr-iwHtit,   soy?-'   0.    writer   in  ews, was  Asiatics.   In the Orange Free  ������">*.*������   ���������V������#������ t>r������nii1***tion wnn not*  that secret  ij  UUOWCU    LO   CAlt������L.  "*M&  _vn 1 *������*������*,_������������������*>.. Bribery.  ���������n roceedtr" 1....     .  ���������Uion   was  v moans  officers, with a view to securing  illicit immigration, and it was  argued that in five years there  had been 1500 prosecutions  for holding bogus permits.  The objection to the Indian  trader is that, living as he  does vey cheaply, he can oust  his    western    competitors.  What, asked Lord Selborne,  would London say if Bond  Street and Regent .Street  gradually became monopolised  by Chinese tradesmen?  Of course, the Indian population in South Africa tended  to draw to itself recruits from  India ���������children going to join  parent, wives to join husbands  and clerks to undertake office  work in trading firms. But  Indian opinion is against a  general policy of immigration  And the supply of indentured labor has been stopped  by   the  Indian   government.  It is with the Indians in  South Africa that the problem  now has become acute. The  law of 1907 applied only to  the Tiausvaal. Not only was  immigration severely restricted, but resident Indians were  SiihifHorl    fo    r^o-istrnh'on    J-m  finger priuts���������all ten (legits  being applied, as in the case  of   criminals.    Mr*.    On tui hi  Loif  r*    11  of trading and property wcreias Kjvcll  a CrtSe Jfvllcre ouc  refused.    In   Natal,   the .j-jludiau paid *4oo ij  d^nrnred looriferlDftiMfl-tvvn;*������������.,1  at the eviration of Im con-  m. f. 1 *  ������������������     |/Gtiit:  month to  a ������i*i  V, I tu    uvi.  V> W 4 J V. .  1 1  il f* /N .%  uispectoA  a mouth to a pol(������|e flcrecafut,  imprisioued early iu 190S for  two months without hard  labor, aua ucpui Unions were  numerous, some of the men  distinction in the war. Natal  took back those of the Indians  who had been domiciled in  her territory before the entering of the Transvaal, but  the effect of the act was a  passive resistance movement  in the Transvaal which cou-  tinued for four years,  "when the union of South  Africa was effected the position had to be  regularized.  The settlement proposed  was, broadly: That a new  act should be- passed making  South Africa one immigration  area; that act should not in  terms discriminate against  Indians, but should empower  immigration officials to exclude any particular class of  undesirable immigrant; that  freedom of movement within  South Africa, so far as enjoyed  by Indians at the present  time, should continue, and  that other rights should be  respected.  In 1913 the Asiatic Act at  last reached the Statute Book,  coming into operation on July  31st. The Royal Assent was  not withheld, but iu a very  f<*w dflvs it became olonr thnt  the measure was at serious  variance   with   the   Oaudhi-  Sinnts comoact.    In the first  ,-t.j.  declared an undesirable on  economic grounds, not only  for the frontiers of the Union  as a whole, but also for any  interior frontier of the constituent colonies. This provision led to the Indian trek  from Natal into Cape Colony,  with all the attendant reprisals  By a trick of drafting the  right of domicile in Natal  after three years' residence  without indenture was also  abolished.  v__.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may he leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  uuw   ttppliCtiuD,  Transfer of  License  Liquor Liconso Aot (section 48)  Notlco is horoby givon that, on the  First day of Dooombor next,  application will bo 111111)0 tn tho Superintend-  ont of Provincial Police for tho transfer of tho H0011H0 for the sale of Liquor  by retail   in   uml   upon   tho promises  known uh tbo Kitchener Hotol, sltuitte  at Kitohonoi-, British Oo.umbift, from  OuhI.  AinWon to Lena  Audeen,   Administratrix of Kitchener British Oolumbia.  Dated this 21st.  Day of Nov   1018.  (Sihnicd) Loun Audeen  AritniniHtrntix  Applicant for Transfer.  VCR 6S VCARO'  KXPCRIKNCE  ��������� *>, ,.  X.XXX.  f.t  <K0X  hJUUI"  UlUVVl ki.v * *fr>  African-born Indians to enter  Cape Colony was taken away.  wy a pornouncement of the  Minister of the Interior dated  Trade MArtitB  DesiatMO  Cot������YniQHTa Ao.  Anynits nandlnR a alKilnhMnd^dnaorlptlnn mny  iiitjaiii'itn la rtnilintilr v.At*jiiln������>ln,   Comniiinlni-  ��������� 1..... ..ri^.i./.,,.,n.i������.,,ul   II.U11I1O1W nn 1-alOHl*  stint Iron, iilrtufit iiHonojr for *nmiitii|r imioma.  I'ntniiti luUnii tiirmiuli Muiiii A. co. r<icul*a  special nutlet, wMlioutoliitriro, laths  $CfeKJ!f6C JMKncai).  K hMidtomnlr lllniilTiit������"l w������������Wlr.    \Attn*t cir.  rninnnri in  imy   ��������� ininum   j./iiriiin.     jr-i , ������   n.r  ������.v'������iuMt������.. ts.n a- your, v im>i������u������ tut-imiil,   r>uia uy  Ul -nanwOiml- ���������.  MIINN & Co.3������������������^*������v. Bow York  Drs'iob Omoo. 036 V BU Wubluuiofi. U. a  Application for a lease must be made  by the applioaut in person to tbe Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must'  be described by sections,   or legal subdivisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed  territory the trnot applied for shall be  staked out by the applioant himself.  Each application must be aoconipnnied  by u fee ot $5 whioh will be refunded if  tho rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five oenls per ton.  Tho person operating the mino shall  furnish tbo Agent witb sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of nior-  ohantablo ooal mined nnd pav the royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  aro not boiii*-* operated, such returns  should bo furnished nt least onco a year'  Tbe lease will include tho ooal mining rights only, but tho lossoo mny be  poinilttod to purchase whatever available surfnoo rights may bo oonsidbrod  nnoi-HNiiry for the working nf tho mine  at the mto of $10 an aore.  Foi* full-tuformation application should  bo iikmIo to tho Secretary of tho Department nf the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agont or Sub-Agonr. of Dominion Lands  W. W. COllY,  Deputy Minisfcor of tho Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  thin iidvcrtlicmcnt will not bn paid for.  -8001)0.  Ladies Attention!  ���������"  '-      '������������������-' 1"  ���������   ii-  1 ij ������������������nr l. ��������� ..i������  Nothing Makes a  Lady look so dressy  As a Tailor-made  Suit.  MM-        m*  H  j\itUt in LudluM aud Gents All I in  Stanley vSt. Nelson B.'c. THE CANADIAN BAN"  OF COMMERCE  H    CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $l_?,500,00O  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following* rates:  $5 and under ,...   Scents    .   ���������  Over     5 and not exceeding ������1G ,    6  *'     10       " ���������*������ SO IO  ���������*     30       " ���������' SO 15  REMITTANCES   ABROAD *  should be made by means of our SPECIAL. FOREIGrT DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS. -Issued without delay at reasonably rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  it  IS  /^/5&/32'v3&i/5ZX/C_>Xgxi3fa^  ^-qgyrg-y'qpxzprxgyqs-nap^^  ���������SB ti   ,&.  MHHI  . 7n* T 0*90/00*0* I  ��������� ..������������������wtwtil^  Hotel  of the  Fruit  Belt  0  Oar  Guests  Cah  c/lgain  --_-___ 4__i^----  .   _ ,    . -4- ^-v -i-^%   ;  .      ':? I ' ��������� 1.  >-V*4- >",v I'  ������QXJ will make   no   mistake  '_r-P-   -trr������ii   "erprt off th������ trail!  '���������".���������-'���������   .-''������������������.���������'"��������� ~-'r~"- j*"*" ****" &r~ ~~* ���������������������������*���������-���������  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel- Travelling  men 'will substantiate? this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The roomis are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters, for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.   -??'?": ^  A ii Moran  PmOm  *asaa  the  maor;  women are an  1   ������sna-ebb-4 xo 2-__ir bach. '  Oil YotXmas S-finiilfi- Af Hane 1  BemarrkablQ Aboriginal People of  Kew Zealand 'Have Attained' a  Hi-rls Stats of Civilisation &n_  33sei_ Girls Are Coquettish Dressers In Their Own Styles���������Tattooing Dying: Ont.  ���������j -������   *  ); "rtaanito the "������"-ularity deservedly  earned by New Zealand within the  sasl few -years," the -tributes paid to  her Administration, ber adoption of  drastic social and political reforms,  ber disposition ������to divert -from the  well-worn paths of other and, older  lands and adventure in speculative  policies, or, as has been laid to her  charge, of stepping in "where angels  fear to tread," little has been learned outside .the Dominion of the life  and life-work of the Maori woman,  ^ii is is nut tus it should -be, for Sbs  is not only an ornament to her race  and highly interesting .personality,  but ia also prodigally endowed by  Providence,with an intelligence and  perspicacity of   a very   high   order.  _X* ~    W_.. ��������� ������������ . J._������.1-������    ^M,.*.������.J.n.3     #....���������������.     U*...  OUO    UIM   HP    U UIJ    cuuuiawu-iivui   UC1  former state of savagery as her male  Companion. It is true that the tattooed chin and underlip may stiii be  seen among some Women, but It is  dying out with such rapidity as to  presage at an early date the countr  ing of the hideous practice of tattooing as a lost art. The young vroV  men, imbued rightly, with a high  te^ard, for their personal appear-'  ance and undoubted -attractions,  scorn. to mar for life, that distinctive  "facial beauty which counts for so  much in their sex in every civilised.  land.  . The Maori belles, possessed of a  considerable amount of coquetry,  blended with an inherent modesty.  1 know full well the chic effect produced by t_e~h*_ia feather, as a bir-?  Bute adornment, with the result that  its usage is almost universal. Their  love of dress is nothing more than  the prerogative of their ses, but  their affection for colors which  might be?termed gaudy, is somewhat  reminiscent of other days, but lends  to their dusky beauty a peculiar  charm. In their own way the Maori  women-may ber considered every  whit as attractive aa the men, and'  their intellectuality of an equally-  bigb order. The? forms of the women are the envy of many of their  white prototypes, and among tbem  there are very many who might bs  considered models in respect to  p**har*'e and *n*pr**nortions ^^- ^o11!^ be  almost impossible to give a correct  delineation of their features on account of the varied character they  present in different; individuals.?  Their lips are "-"not of ten of a thick?  or - negro form, and although- * the  noses are in general rounded at the  end. this rule Is not universal, many  having genuine Roman noses, and  1 1 U  admired women of Jialyand^ _   In the'matter of hair���������together with  the women of the Tongan Islands���������  they are more  akin  to -: Europeans,  their heads   being "clothed ~ with   a?  luxurious growth of true hair, sometimes   quite   straight,  bat   nsaally  with a bewitching wave or undula*?  tion approaching to a curl, but never  arriving at the condition of "crisp.'!  For gracefulness,   there   are   few  Bights to equal the charming "poi"  dance and action songs of the Maroi  women.   There is before us a vision-  of brown,   rounded   arms   swinging  ithe elastic raupo balls from side to  side, twirling them cleverly in the  ���������air, striking tbem in regular measure on their bead and shoulders and:  bosom, and swaying their bodies  easily from side to side throughout  all the intricate movements���������some>  so dexterous that hardly the un-?  practiced eye can follow them. It is  a picture pulsating witb savage  poetry and semi-barbaric life���������a  vision of gleaming black eyes, dancing feathers, tossing tresses of the  night, lithe limbs moving with one  accord and tbe air full of dsftl******  juggled balls, and wild with a high  and liquid chant. The old, old race  feeling possesses them���������they are:  back on the old,' old paths���������they  are once more beneath their ancestral palm groves on some Polynesian  atoll "at the gateways of the day,"  where their Eve-like girls and wo-  m~���������      .������ .     X* -XT       J .     , x\   Cli    uaucc    LUC     ������ CUUB    UBUIJB    uj     mo.  light of the round tropic moon.   No  pale-face mummers, no pakeha corps?  de ballet bold one in such thrall as  does this poi of the brown villagers  of Whakaewarewa or Ohinemutu.  The magnificent physique and  splendid physical proportions of the  New Zealand Maroi are to be seen at.  their best at a native war-dance, or  haka. such as may be- frequently-  seen at Rotorus. The dancers usual-:  ly strip to the waist in the fighting  costume of tne Maroi, their bare  brown skins and limbs a mass Of!  rich brown color. A large cloak Is  worn on such occasions, toga-fashion, the right arm free, the better  to grasp the weapon. Their faces  are daubed with blue and black warpaint, their beads circled with handkerchiefs for the purpose of keeping  in position the invariable feathered  bead decorations���������for without a prodigal display of featers,; much of  the martial spirit of ther proceedings  would he lost. At a signal from the  young hereditary chief, the fiery-  eyed descendant of a long line of  tribal heroes, the Tuwharetoa. who  'have bees crouching in a listening  attitude, silent as statues, spring  into astonishingly savage life. A  lean into the air of some three or  four feet is followed by a thunderous thud as two hundred and forty  feet land On the sounding soil. With  another leap? like so saany^deer, the  leader, shouts the opening line of the  song; "U-u-uhi-mal-te-waere," an ancient   ObS.���������t '���������-',1?!ii"*'** - m���������mlmfxn ������������������������ ��������� ������nl������������4lri  accompaniment to these dances.  With eyes giiaring and tewhatewas  raised and lowered in lightning-  time, follows the "Weku-weku-weku  they are lighter"-than?-most H South?  Sea Islanders, many of thein being  cut little   darker   than   the   rauch-  THE   HOf&E  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPL.E  ROOMS  THE BEST'AND MO  POPUL     /.f-ti   ,  THE   O  Ruix? 6tH strictly up-to-date  lines. TJhexeelled service in  all departments* Kitchen  .Sta'ff (including cook) all  whiisg^iesy Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  |   only the best brand of goods.  TMAS  liyf  ������  MUT1UN ^_������_ ���������.____������       UU_G_ . ft "    ��������� " __--.    -   fun- set" of -7reflned*teatur^I_ colo^flf?^1 te3^^ ���������^, &1* *h������ $������*fc-$S  ; chorus * of the wild perrapWu   tfi'etr  forefathers have danced many a time  9\  m  _-k  Our store is now   filled  with  beautifulgoods and everything is nolfr  * til������   7 .���������������������������.    j*  mm*.  m  m  __i  mmm  rn  ^bich you know means  that you get  ts^^tmam'+rg      ^m0~'m*a-   ^ t+m***    *���������**->* ������v^ ���������  ^vv-s-wvsw.ii ���������������#������ ���������   rr   *_*     ftff &  \ "..-?'���������.  vite ypu to come m andr look Qround���������  and   suggest making your   selections  m  m  ������  ?:*____  m  m  m  Creston Drug  :.-t.  FhcrtteSi  .^-.r  XMAS  ���������-ti'ti.m&r. '     '**������& ���������-.''"'���������  ffc_r *^KI     ���������r������--r���������������r'_' -^y������������������������y ���������  M*tim&AM     1913  ���������far- ���������.;-������������.  %?.������"���������>.  %2if#  5**5W^-  XMAS  :^rs^>.  t  Hi Grocery  | Depaftmen  ___ ^evv Seas������ri,**J Raisins  ___ Currants  ___ kernou, Oralige, and Citron  __'/ ^^ie^e^ Almonds  __*i    ^������*   Walnuts  ^k*   Filberts  _A_ B/vw^ Nuts  Waluuts  Almonds  ���������k*   Peanuts  \l/ Biscuits  \|/ Christie's aud the National  $ Chocolates  vi/  Dry Goods  Ladies'     and     Children's  Sweaters  Children's     Cardinal      all  Wool   Gloves   at   25  to  30 cents  Boys   wool lined    Bronko  Mitts 35 cents  'Ladies' Wool Gauntlet Gloves at 83 cents  also   Mocha   Gloves   in  Gauntlet and other styles  Fancy Handkerchiefs for  Men, W omen and Children in Lawu, Silk, etc.  from 2% cents to $x.oo  Allover laces at 50, 60, 70  and T.50 per yard  Velvets in Grecu, Blue,  Brown, Cardinal, Black  etc. 65 to 75 cents  Gandies  Includinor  Webb's  Cadburv's  \^f    ***   -*,             ���������*  ���������k*   Boxes  from   10 cts.   to  $2  *Jf      per box  >������  l*"igs ana uates  1** .imf.  \  T> -I *. J-  ���������     l\llllt,lU>UU   .,  All Wool  Blankets  in White and Grej-, also  Hudson's Bay Blankets  in Brown and Red, these  are all Fine Wool  Ladies' and Childr-sns Underwear also Infants Fine  Wool Vests  Hosiery  Our stock of Hosiery include for Ladies and Children Silk Lisle 50 cents  pair  Llama 50 cents pair  Cashmere 35 cents up  Fingering 35 to 65 cents  Worsted aud Cottou 25 to 35  cents Ribbed and plain  WV������    lionrH'-'      "Or       In f*-*-r*** ���������-���������'���������?  Caps,   "sweaters,   ijioves  etc.  ���������ur- -_n -*.  ���������Kitm.^x���������i .,..;.....  vv \m hvii   ***���������   aiuiiiivui   pn\.i.u  Shoes  Suits  Iti shoes, wc handle Invictus  Amherst, K, Nursery and  other reliable lines only  Another nice present for  Christmas is a pair of Felt  Slippers  Wc cany then for Men at  $1.00 pair  Woinens' checked 65 pair  Black Juliet $1.25  Brown Do.   $1.50  Brown Slippers #1.50  Sizes 11 to 2 60 cts.  Do. 8 to 10 45 cts.  Do. 5 to 7 40 cts.  Infants  Imported soft  sole  Shoes   in   White,   Blue,  Red and Tan 35 to 50 cts.  pair  I Sl*������in*r������o     tr\f   s-1***     J,H/**,fi     r***J  ������-������   ��������� - - -           ��������� - j --      ���������  Girls  three    sizes  $1.25  T.50 T.95  For Meu  Suits $8.75 to $20.00  Fancy Vest������ etc.  Dr. Jaeger's  Sweater Coats  Stanfield's Sweater Coats  Stanfield's Underwear  Penman's        Do.  Fancy Neckwear  Cashmere Sox 25 to 50 cts.  pair  Mocha, Silk, Wool, and Fur  Lined Gloves 1,00 to 2.75  Shirts of all  kinds of  the  best makers  Ej"** 5 \mt, V*. *-t. *-_ o     /mil  AVUUIL/VWLaO   jtl.ll  Specials in  Groceries  H. P. Sauce  Punch Do.  Lea &. Perrin's  Olives  Sweet and Sour Pickles  Capers  Cranberries  Extracts  Of All Kinds, Including  Vanilla, Lemon,  Peppermint, Banana,  Pineapple, Ginger,  Almond, etc.  Crockery in  English, German,  Austrian, French,  aud Japauesc  C..t-s> VnI <-.   (0.*.   V^*. 1* ri0.**t-im  ,���������/ ...mxmxfxx.   XX0X     X.  Jw>.WA������tM  /-*������-  '������**IVC13 Ut  2.*75  "CO 0.75  '" ^ -^Vcr. Wade & Butchers' etc. ?l"  Valenciens,  ^orchons  and  riuow ivi������  J0KF * f^^ti   '0^^ * *rf___?   * JE^r  * *^5z^ '  Nis^ ��������� ^sz* fEj% ���������jer- "**������. -���������g^-'^irz'Z'^r. w\>i^i*.'^~.^^s^ .*  \\a TTTV  nWTkW. rT?F<?TOX. T*. Cm  Mm  af* ���������&%  Can quicldy be overcome ty  CARTER'S LITTLE  UYSaPlLLS  Purely vegetable  ���������act study sad ..  geatlycathe  liver. Cute  Biliousness.  Headache,  Dizzi-                      _. _  stesc* and hu!������g���������a-os.   They do their duty*  Small PilL Small Dose. Smell Price.  _*���������*',_.....*'__ ... v   c:~_-*..���������.  SAMPLE MARKET  BAD FOR FARMERS  C A. Dunning Holds That People to  Benefit Will be Mixers of Grain  NO  COMPETITION  Don't Cackle-^- - -^ ', "J ,The" Reverse j"  A wealthy trader recea.'-y received]    An American merchant discovered  an invitation for himselt and better that a man had been falsely represent-  uaiancea���������reaay to use.  Saves exidless labor  A Fallacy to Think That the Millers  Will Compete, and Pay Premiums  Regina.���������From a recent report aneat  the regulations*to be made in the establishment of sample markets at Winnipeg and Fort William, an interview  vas sought yesterday with C. A. Dan  ning, general manager of the Saskat  cb.ev.-au Co-operative Elevator company.     Mr. Dunning was. asked  I understand tbat regulations putting  in force sample markets at Winnipeg  and Fort William are to be issued  shortly by the ggain commission, and  that tbe sample markets will be established some time at the beginning of  December.     Is that correct?  Mr. Dunning���������I understand tbat this  is correct. That it is the intention  of the Dominion grain* commission to  put such regulations into effect in De*  een ihe i".  Will the establishment oZ such sample markets be of benefit to tne producer under the present cociitions?  No, I do not believe it will, for Lhe  reason thr.t r sample market means  the mixing of grado in terminal elevators. In fact there would be no object ia buying grain on a sample market except with tho ���������/**T*"'/*ct fyf uiiv1*n<y  grades to the minimum.  Would not our Canadian millers  compete on the sample market for a  certain type of grain?  Practically all of the great milling  industries of the country have their  own lino of collecting elevators and  have a splendid opportunity at the present ti_ur* to gather whatever type o������  grain they w:,nt without bidding on  a sample market.  Is it nor a tact that a large number  o������ farmers    believe    that.    a.   sample  market would  meau lusher prices  to  the producer'.'  i     Thero is a belie: to that effect based  on the assumption that the European  importer at  the present  time  is get-  ! ting something for which !it* does not  | pay  in  tho  surplus  value  ot  grades,  j Sample market  advocates argue that  ' Euro i? can  ini porters pay for tho mhi-  i imiuB of the grade, and frequently re-  ��������� ceive  the  average,   aud     occasionally  ; the  maximum  of  A,  half to spend a week-end witb a well  known peer. At breakfast oa the  morning following their arrival Mra.  Nouveau Rlche. in trying to chip off  the top of an egg with hoT knife") exercised so much stren_tb that the  egg was knocked ������,ut of tba cup and  rolled under the table.  Not knowing the correct thing to  do in such circumstances, she appealed to ber husband. ,  John, she whispered, I bave dropped an egg.     What am I to do?  Don't cackle, replied tho matter-of-  fact John. ������������������*���������"*���������"���������'  ing himself as a collector for tho firm  and 'aking more* money than any two  of the firm's agents.  "And so. said the merchant to tbe  police, I.want him collared as quickly  as possible.  Detective���������All right. I'll have bim  in jail in less than a week.  Merchant���������Great Scot, man! I don't  want bim put in jail, I want to ..^engage bim.  Keiief for Suffering Everywhere,���������-  He whose life is made miserable by  the suffering that comes from indigestion and bas not tried Parmelee's Vegetable Pills does not know bow easily  this formidable foo can be dealt with.  These pills will relieve where others  fail. They are the result of long and  patient study and are confidently put  forward as a sure corrector of disorders of the d' restive organs, from  Baron Sana Dough���������What   do   you  ! think of my family tree?  Mr. Muciigold���������The- tree may be a  good one, all right, hut looks to me  L  A GlTl Pill at Bed i __i_e  wiii not only-prevent any form of Kidney trouble  but will assist the Kidneys in their-worfc of filtering  the impurities from the blood. Kidneys.working  properly mean a gooctcomplexion, bright eyes,  a clear brain, in fact a condition of general  good health.  Gft-fl*. Pills are sold by all druggists, at 50c. per  box, 6 for $2.50, or direct from -  ?  Nation*- Drag and Chemical C������., ei Canada Limited, Toronto.  .ti'titititi';-.- '   \   ���������''   ' '..-' ������������������.   i82"  as if the crop was a failure.  His Side Line  Where can I find tlio chief of police? asked the slrauger in Slocuni-  viiie.  Tho native pointed. ' hat's him  over yonder by the Palace hotel, shining that grocery drummer's shoes.  Minard's Liniments Cures Burns, Etc.  :ie  grade.  Mlf-IBJ   f������������  and the  i ict-ii   of  ssniii'ii   market  advocates  is  ; tha". by mixing -.di grades to the mini-*  l nil! n>  Learning  Oeorgo had become Keen on golf,  but he could not drive. Ho worked  out a home-made captive ball attached by a cord to a spike driven into  tlie grou.ut.  Out on the lawn he tried a mighty  swipe. The' ball flew fast and true,  but alas, when It caune to the end of  its tether it -r-ame bavk with a jerk  and George cleverly stopped it with  his eye.  What have you been doing":  iously asked Mrs. Georgo an" ho  gered into tho drawing room.  Learning to drive.  Which���������a  motor-cur  ot    an  plane?  anx-  stag-  aero-  THE HALF-SPEED  MAN AND WOMAN  ggj Baffin,,  Don't waste time on Inferior salves because they're a  few cents cheaper.  ! bave proved Zam-Buk  best for Eczema, Piles, Skin  Diseases, and injuries.  As a mother,  you owe it  to your  family  to use the  best, ibat's Sara-BukS  50c box. AWDivgslshion&Storu.  mmmBMi  ^Ej^^H������ALP_f  ...     Sure Proof .  Ma-r-Como, Willie, don't be so sol-  flsh. Let youi- little brother play  with your marbles a whi" i. ��������� '  Willie���������Ho means to keep them always.  Ma���������Oh, I think not!  Willie���������I say Yes, cause he's swallowed two cf them already.  Por Burns and Scalds-r-Dr. Thomas' Kclootrlc Oil will take the fire out  of a burn-or'-scald moro rapidly than  any other preparation. It should be  at hand in every kitchen so that it  may be available at any time. There  is no preparation required.     .Tnat-'-. ab-  *hi  01  1 ������������������������>���������  the burn or scald and  the pain will abate and in a short time  cease altogether. . ���������"''  PSIMIH  v  ������The Guaranteed **"*OM_; OYSfo*.  ** All Kinds of Cloth.  Ctun. Simj���������.. ?x_ Chases of M!2isS:������>s. TRY  rr !   Send'f ot Free Color Card and Booklet.  I Tbe .'ohoson-RlchanliQn Co. Limited JOIoajxeaS  at tin-? advaiuanv- and surplus f iinu���������ij. n   MUM-.    Wl������������  ���������-.    .   I,    .- __..������-..... I   tTUAt.   *.*>     &Va������U���������5 ������IUi  value can oo tur;^ea uuvi i^ic poeive������,o 1  of the raiser     id the western farmers.  I In this connection I believe that the  >s>  ft  ' profit, ii any exists, would be the mixer-   and the   farmei   depends   for bis  j share of it if it exists 1  ' tion   between  mixers   ou   the   sample  i market.  = i     Do you really believe that the Euro-  VMS M_W mt-KCM REMBDY. M.I. Bt������S. 9UB.  THERAPiON SSKSS-  *feat success, cures cmromc W8aknks3.lost vioob  S- VIM. KTDSEV. BLADDER. DISEASES. SJ.SOD POKSS.  SttfttS. EITHER KO. DRUCC.iSVS or nniL SI. rOST i Cxm  VOUGKRA CO. 90, BEEKUAH ST.NSW YORKorUVMANBRO*  JOltOllTO. WRITS FOTt FRES BOOK TO OR. LS CS.SH*  SlED.CO.'lIAVBRSTOCK'RD. HAMPSTBAD. CONDON. BMOk  ������RV NEWDRAGESITASTEM���������3) t'ORMOF    *ASV TO TAXI  - M -   p__H  ***���������������������������I-  _���������_*���������*  aTI*   H���������rfV H Mr     ���������>��������� MM      ������������i������* ���������*  n������it>  B  n&--Rr!V!^  ������-a������tikocv*���������->  -BB THA* TRADE MARKED WORO 'THESAJ?IOR" IB OS  WUT.OOVT.STJUIF AJTVUBO TO ALL OSNU1MSFACCST*  PW"TTl"wBSLJLi-ra_<B_.������  Wi  .__ B'-Sflk.   _><-^*WJ8M__-  W/%rEP.PROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  SomfitlilnB   bottnr   than   linen   and   . >  laundry   billM.     Wash   lt   with   soup   and  wator.    All stores or tlli-ect.    Statu style  and slzo.    For 25o. we will mail you.  THE   ARLINGTON   CO.   OF   CANADA,  Limited  58 Fracer Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  sometiung  under  the  natu rally  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND eHILO.  Mbs. WinbloWb Sootiiino Svntrp lias been  ���������OBCru ior over ������IXTY YKARS by MlIvUONS ol  ���������fiOTIIBKS , tor llieir CHILDREN WIUI.K  "XBKTHING, with PKUI'ECT SUCCIISS. It  SSOTHKS ttie Clin.B. SOVl'KNS th* GUMS.  *l.t,i.V������al*, PAIN i CUBUS WINO COI.IC, aud  is tlie bent retneuy for PIARKHaiA. It is alt*  nolutelv liannles.t. Ve sure and naU nor "Mrs.  ���������Wianlow'H SootliiiiB Syrup," nnd *ukc nootret  kind'   Ttvenlv-live centa u lioHl<r.  L/1 nircw TVAN'i'Kii -- no ATiTiarrr������  eon Ken���������11 rn-od" -a-oi-Ii at homo; make  from threo to five dollars lior day <i������������<-iir-  ntlni; cushion tnpM. Arnionr Art Co.,  Dopt.   IJ., Jlrodiilbatie   IJlocU,   Wlnnlpojf.  How They Shop  I cun iiiuleisU'.i I a womu . wanting  to mutch  a piece of flilK'.  Well?  ���������But why s'louhl she make nie show  rter all the rofrlBeralors ami grindstones we huvo in stock.  iMlriam���������Now you are out lure at  fyirieRomnhiirKt.. yon must fairly revel  In freak vegetables, dear!  Mllllcent (rapturously) ��������� Wo do.  Would you believe *tV (Impressively)  Wo can buy thom almost ns cheap'/  hero as wc could in the hot city!  jean importer is getting  that he does not pay for  present system?  "V"--S         ������*>���������������������-���������. ������*.>������'*, tlAlUf       TIC*.  ������*������ V't       V-***.|/***������ *��������� mm^mimmmj   But some    cargoes    aro  minimum,   average  aud  maximum  of  the grade, arv.- they not?  But the keenness oi' competition on  every European mai'kct for any possible" surplus of value in a grade ensures every ounce of value being paid  for. Tho fact th ���������* while Canadian  wheat is tendeiablc on the Liverpool  option, it is seldom actually tendered  tor the i-eascn thct a premium can be  obtained for it on the floor of the exchange, which makes it too valuable  to tender on the option, is proof that  surplus values aro being paid for now.  I am fumly convinced that any mixing  and consequent degrading of that val-  U3 of Canadian certificates on the  world's markets will have a depressing effect 0:1 the. price paid to the producer. There will undoubtedly "bo  premiums offered, and paid, if the  sample market is established but the  chief  point   for  the  producer   to  re  "AU Out of Sorts  ,  J     Ycu  know  what   it   means  to  feel  first man to get nis nngers ^ ^f^f j '-an oat of sorts."     Most people have  felt this way at some time. Nerves  leans tor m.b|out cf order, irritable, languid, de-  tpcii compeu- t/rcssed. An aChins head, a fagged  brain, appetite bad and digestion  weak. With some people this condition comes and goes; with others it is  chronic; they cau't. shake it off. It  interferes with business, spoils recreation and robs life of a'i its joys.  These men and women are only able  to live and work at "half speed."  Half speed people have lost, that  abundant natural, vitality which en-  ables others to go "full-speed-abead"  through life. Their energy and nerve  power." havo evaporated���������they cannot  work long without breaking down. The  trouble is nerve weakness and is  caused by poor-, watery blood.. You  can begin to improve your condition  to-day by taking Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They make rich, red blood  once more pulsate through your veins,  and your nerves thrill with fresh vigor. Here is convincing evidence that  new strength and full health can be  had through the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Tills. air. Newton Mayiicw.  North Tryon, P.B.I.. says: "I am f.  farmer aud naturally havo to work  vory hard. Tho result was that 1  found myself very much run down. My  blood became thin and watery, and  my muscles flabby. I took doctors  troatmont but. it did not help mo and  T p-i*������w so weak that I could "scarcely  work at all. As I found tho modicai  treatment war- not helping nir 1 decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  and in these I iouiul tho niediclno I  uo oiled, as in a short timo I wa-5 restored to my old health iir.i vigor. I  shall always recommend these pills to  all sufferers.'*  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold  bv all medlttlno dealer.-*, or will bn  mailed, post paid nl. .50 cents a box  nr six boxes for $2.50 by Tho Or. Williams'   Medicine  Co., Brockville,  Ont.  A newspaper published in Ohio  sent out r. number of olaak forms to  local farmers, asking for occasional  reports on agricultural r. itters. One  of the forms was recently returned,  with tho following ^scribbled on it in  pencil:  All we've got in tliii neighborhood  is three widders, two school ma'ams, a  patch of wheat, the hog cholera, too  much rain,' about fifty acres of taters  and a fool who married a cross-eyed  gal because she owns eighty sheep  and a mule, which the same is me, and  uo more at present.  **  ENGLISH  WADS     l_ACC?  -ABE BV TUB Vlt���������%C_(8 IM SUCStlHaiUJUHIRB.  No. 100. j  PRICE-  ter rat-  *The  war)���������r*.  haves  u      iwaimfui  ll \ Cirllecttort  -*, oi Collar*.     .  ...������ Wn������*������l������������,  ur Laces were awarded Gold Medal at " Tlss, Front*,  (tie Festival of Emplr* aad  Imperial   Sets. Y������k������s,  ,  exhibition. Crystal Pal_���������. Ml 1.  STOCK COLL All, SS cents th-ft  Stock s,  Plastrons,  r__ta, ftc.-  member is that tho price cf the grade  U"cr. whieh tho premium is based will  be" depreciated In order to allow of  premiums being paJd.  Nothing New  Did that palmist tell you 1he truth  about yourself? .  Yes, but my wife has been doing  that ior years.  No Rivalry  The Pullet���������They say the obi rich  can run faster thau any other bird.  The Turkey���������Mphbeo so. But anyhow I hold the trottlug record.  Would you mind reetin,-; your head  on my loft shoulder, dearon*."  To be nearest your he'iii, uuii'iuiued  tho beautiful girl.  Yes; and to bo farther away from  tho cigars I havo in my right pocket.  __������-9$H*-JS__t.  pius -  The mother of a pupil in one of tho  Philadelphia schools had been helping  her small daughter with tlK- arithmetic lesson for the next day, and aftor  struggling through the problems so-  cured what, appeared to be satisfactory results. Next day when tho llttlo  gli-1 returned from school, t.io mother  askod with some curiosity:  Were your probloms nil correct,  dear'.'  No', mamma, t'uey were every one  wrong, replied lho child.  All wrong? ro pouted the amazed  mother.     Oh, I'm t - sorry.  Well,   mamma,  raid  the  little  consolingly,  you needn't worry,  the   other   llttlo  girls'   mammas  them wrung loo.  one,  All  had  cost  Encouraging  Punt���������How  much will  it  ���������semi  Hint niamiRcrlpt'?  Postmaster���������It will coal, two cents  an  ounce.    Thin  is first-class  matter.  Poet���������-Thank   you   sir!   ThanUs  for  thu compliment.  y&8^~~^v&8&?'  ���������tXa**_**,������  ���������CO, ,70 up,  Bertben.  riv* o'clock  COyleys.  tec, and   .  ���������varythlna  .    .   ,:      lliatcanbo  Kirlt Ib Lace. Yard Laca  and litertlon from   .IO,  .ao, .ate up to -i_.tf<J  per yd.  Booklflt cmltUd Aa  laurtHlat Hon* ts<in*  trr," llluatrotioi over  l������ danima of Pillow  trses, pott free to any  psrt of world. The  laco.mabcrs art very  ���������lad of any orders.  ������ow������r������r small  . SUCKS Has+vada  "MIAOW   *t\CH    m  m**n sar aUac  ///TraWN^^  Mra.  Una  Arm-Btrono,  Olney, Bucks  ENGLAND  A member of the Hcuse of Commons had been paying attention to a  young lady for a long while, and had  taken her to attend the House until  she was well posted in the rules. On  the last day of the session, as they  came out, he bought her a bouquet of  flowers, and said to her:  May I offer you my handful of  flowers?  She replied promptly:  I iu jve to amend by omitting all  after the word  hand!  He blushingly seconded the amendment, and they adopted it unanimously.  ".  KILLS THE FlE  OF LULiM  Let thoso who have suffered from  eczema tell you of its tortures. -No  othe: 3 can fully realize what it means  to endure the keen anguish caused  by the itching aad burning.  Dr. Chase's- Ointment is the best-  known ointment manufactured, because it bas conquered eczema. ' It  quickly kills the fire of this terrible  skin disease, brings comfort to tbe  sufferer, and gradually heals up the  raw, flaming sores.  There are scores of other uses for.  Dr. C"-iasers Ointment wherever there-  is itching, chafing or irritation of the  skin, but, this is the great test for a  healing, soothing cintment: Will it  cure eczema? Because it does *������. not  fail in long- standing cases of ecze-  S ma you may depend on Dr. Chase's  j Ointment to soothe itching skin and  heal sores, no matter what may be the  cause.. r-  SW^I  "Perrin  Gloves*'  give the final  touch of effectiveness to any costume.  Best dealers, everywhere sell  "PERiUN'V  lOI*���������rvBS  1 _    - ���������_    :     r    ��������� __���������. .��������� :   i  Ttie Soul of a   riano  is tfts  Action.   Insist on tha  "OTTO    HIGEL"  Piano Action  &  J|fMgKS.C0PYRIGtfr5,  .STANLEY UGHTFOOT  B  I      *.     PATENT SOUCITOR AND ATTORNEY -\  ILUMSDEN  BUDC.r^VMSgt������) TonOMTO.    |  WHITE H>* TERMS.  \*Jlnntt- *        mm.S7f3.i  I'll 1.1 I in_���������l���������~i        Fi    i  ~nammmmmmmmSSmmSme^mim -  YOTT GET SIOKE 3nX.K  -PT^STTLwhen cows arc dehorncil. Tho KXT-  \ ^___ 7s*C2SS JiSHOaHSB. is the most af-  fecUve Instrument oa tbe market.  It cuts clean from four- aides. N������  crusbinff. TaKea less than two minutes. No bad after-effects; Writ:  for booklet.G. E. H. JCKEN--,  219 Bobeit St.,- Toronto,  Can.  How's our old friend, Dick?  Ah! Poor chap.  What!.. Is be dead?  Worse than that?  Heavens!   What's happened to him?  He's run off with my wife.  J  Sunday    passed,    Tuesday     rolled  around and still his tall for . did not  loom'in the vestibule when the cuck-  Joo clock was sounding 8.     Thursday  ** night he came.  1 So this is the way you nsglect me,  she hissed. What havo you to say  for yourself? Why didn't you come?  I couldn't faltered the yoiin_ man.  I had dyspepsia and the doctor'advised nie not to come.  What? Tlio doctor told you not to  come to seo mo becauso you bad dyspepsia?  Well  he told mo to keep away from  all   wcots.  And tlio parlor sofa was tenanted.  M���������_L_���������_J_3  a n d 5h ipb i ng tagy  In Vain  Dan was rudel;- disturbed from blm  slumber  the  other  night,   his  wife'������<  elbow plugged bis ribs awfully:' Get  up, Dan, she    beaded,    hysterically,  thero is a burglar in the house.  Hastily, ho descended tho stairs  and found a man rummaging ln ths  cupboard. He called out: Well, owd  mon, what art'o seeldng?  I'm searching for money, retorted  Sykes coolly.  OU awrl^ht; said Do.n I'll go bftcls  to bed.   Shout mo if you find any.  **J������M__H____l_lEt_  wii������#m^  Look f<  or  PORTLAND  iK  ;  in  1IHO  he  VvYii.   liiii   ynu   diiii:jji iu-   'iii.i'ihiil  Stump's piiHt, lii'o that   wo    can  agaiiiHl. hi ni'.'  Deter-tlve���������-Not.    a     thing.    All  over did before ho camo horo was to  sell  awnings.  Kleetlon Agent-���������Why. that's .lust  What we want. We'll nny that, lie liar,  been nilveil up in ijcuiio decidedly  iiluuly ti*iiiiH:u*tloiin.  Minard's Llnlrr.ent Relieves Ncuralo'*  Nothlno to It  lteggic���������It pa wan ly die, ma, would  lie go to heaven?  Ma���������Hush, hush, Itogglo! Whoever  has boon putting such ridiculous  thoughts into your head'.'  For the Stubborn One  I    The  oeCnnd  day  drew  to  lln clone  ' with   the   twelfth   Juryman   still   mi-  i-onvlnei' '.  Woll, gentlemen, Haid the bailiff, ou-  toring ciulel.ly, shall T, a.s u.r.unl, order  iwrdio dinners'.'  Mu'.-.o li, snlil tlio fore man, eh-von  illiiiicrti and a bale of hay.  h:  IT  means best quality  quality���������full meat  thorough satisfaction.  It is on every bag of  ������1  tested  measure and  ^^^^0   J^&  *w_1bV!C_W 9'  A.rlrer  Ti-!lili  Anki i'  l.J, tin-  Vlflll"    Ir  UiplOl  Could yi  Ynu  U; a i  I nm $"..  Jive now  160c a box or six boxen ror ���������*,_.uo, i  ��������� - ������->,..������ ..        *... i     s  IWl    Mil    Ul.MH.i-,    Wi       ,.'m    .-.~. .,-..  clno  Compf.ny,  Limited,    Toront  Canada.  'VJmrif.".-,no 4two now. nm  rontdI     "^ N(  0.mJr" My d'-ai' i;lr,  ���������s������^���������_-."    V'.iii   :i f.., t-|  vycolon Enylltrh  Soni'i nowHpapoi'H have a literary  atylit nil Un'lr own. A Hoitlli DiiUolu  puiier I'uys: Tho bride in a retlnn*)  ynuilK Irii-'J' of riilli'.*-, .in al,-u lu \'.i.  Siuilh.  \ml    M  '!t~~it;  ��������� ritrri  of tor l  r w()r l ,,u'" ,0 l'lK"  Thaiil:   yr,,,,  lM,t ?*7nV,?,  nperu' u������������������.������������������   ,   ,.-,   ti   t.%, ltnui  nl   nil   Ilm  Try  Murine   Eye Remedy  If vou havo Red, Wenlt, Waterv Kv<;n  or llianulftteU KychUti.    Dot-iai't tiinait  ������-"i '������������������.ut'aw;**!     ****>w     *m-������U������        *-*** ������ti\;f*,*.u./     ���������.���������vvik  Murlno Eyo Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c.  Murine Kyo Salvo In Aseptic Tuhtu,  VSr,   Sftr.     Kyo   lUiolui   h'ri-r*  by  Mail.  An lty������ T������nlo Oa������������1 far All ������������������/������������������ that Naa-I Car*  Hurino   Bys   W.������ui*dy   Co.,   Chlc*a*s  GANADAPoKiand cement  T JNLESS you have facilities for testing cement, you muBt  x~'   depend upon die manufacturer For Cement   that is  reliable ��������� Every   car   of   Canada    Cement ia   thoroughly  tested, and unleao it passes eveiy test it ia not allowed to leave  the mill.  You can depend upon Canada Cement  Be aurc you get it.  Canada Cement Company Limited* Montreal  There I* a. C!*narJ*t Cement dealer in your neiglibonUooJ.   If you do not  know liim, Hak ut far hi* ntnw.  i������v.'/i> ...������ t~r...../!.., ti.,00*��������� C.m m fm.0 mmsu ������/ *%0 M)4imv JU*!1 t,Wkm&  tht Farmer Can "t>������ With fat/tret*/'  K<tmz>&&xvwr/M ;i}:/;'.j0-:  "sSSSSSf���������!SK_^SJ^S  ^^SEfflEfi'Bl  :-i"'.'-&f":i&*.U!$*  TTT??, "r-pvttt.W. CJ1ESTOTST. H.Cm  _.V3_TER.  ������pf������ I-VI'������a������il B  \s _%  -SHUT  VBViBS  i  _  lost Wonderful and .nexpijea-l.  of Ail Our Senses.  Q������_aMef-������_-Ms_������*  BalMITS OF THE HUMAN VISION,  K������h������r������ Ar* Colors All About Ua That  ������ the Sy������ Cannot See* as Wo Cer.net  BL DiatinnulBh Beyond the Extremes ef  ���������Sha S-pcstrum R-sd and Vieleb  i.  No two persons soo precisely alike1  ny more than tiny two persona hear  Isoly ftlie? sti aie.    The differences %  these perceptions are due to tbo .  Ide disparities not only in the organs  vision and hearing, but also to the I  erencCa In mental hiu keup of the  Ivlduals.  Thero are mote unsoJved problems as  ;ht than say other sesae.    It is !  a most wonderful cud at the same  ������the most InospUcabie sense that  e   possess.   YEvory  school child  Is  ueht that we Bee because rays of  ght resch the retina of the eye after  sslng through the transparent cor* :  ea, that curved surface which Is In  rect contact with ibe externa' aii\  be aqueous or watery humor, and the  ���������ystalllne and vitreous humors.  Tbe eye ls thus made op of three  eparate   lenses,   through'; wblcb   the  ht passes before reaching the retina,  hen observed from outside It is plain  at all the images appear to ba re-?  ersed ia the?eye.   We Bee everytbin^f  *sps!do downY\xfo s_'some way; this ?  versal Isreorrected, so that things ap-  ear to ns as the**" should, though tbla  mpie point has not yet been espials*  by the most advanced science.  But tbe eye sees not only images and  :bt; It also distinguishes color.   And  ere la, one of the greatest problems.  !th which the eye has to deal.   The  i^rblte tight of a ray of sunshine is  ' Ivided by  a  prism  Into  all of th������ j  lore fromredto violet, end St Is one.  f  the ?greatest-triumphs of modern  'optica to bave proved that what we  tall  color _r nothing bnt the speed  With which some parts of the ray of  mxmmmrxxxg  mxxxmxr  i,}i%0.xx;...xxx*0-x,%;**x.**.,..r--  T_e ey_ cab '^erc&^y^^t^iii^ti  ga?t as tew as red and?ss? highas violet*  Smt tbero ore many rays-both abovo  end below the red and vtoleti the* extremes, of. the spectrum, os they are  sailed?   The traasan  eye cannot  per*  telvo theso because the lengths of the  res or the frequency  with which;  {they strike upon the retina are? too  groat* or too small for the hnmsn biv  _an? T?ot theyore most important.^ ex-  errfsing a great Influence upon human  WngS^   7?.;-:r7 -^l ���������ti^.---y-'tiJ^ti::,-til?.,^.: ;������������������'-: .;,.;:  ffiJspViSlrrs: Violet rays a^bnews s������*s?������  iy thgb* cbi^l'ilrncipQn nnd are term*.  ' cheniTic^tsiysT"'iSilft1b?:^eTb'rrii^-red"'',  Medical Specialists !rj Er.gTer.a  What makes * doctor a epech_J-t?j  Caa any '-physician __ iurgeoa. -wltb!  .money behind blm. take ���������_ boose la]  iHarley street or neighborhood, sad;  ryactice as a specialist"? He can do  bo, but It by no means follows tbat  ,he will bis recognised as a specialist  by the profession. ,  To win the professional status of.  specialist a man must hold or have'  held a professorship at ** a medical  school or an appointment at a hospital in connection wltb tho disease or  group of diseases in which be professes  to specialise.  Further, he must conform to certain  rules of professional conduct Ho  must not take a less fee than 1  guinea���������2 guineas ls the rule in TLon-  don, and some charge 8 or even  more���������for a consultation, save In ex*  traordlnaxy circumstances. Re must  not see a new patient- except on the  JstroductiO- of -thispatient'sown medical man. If called to a case the patient's medical man must be present  s  nutuun   enucure  "Vlinnnhlr  wviir-i������������*_vr.  *  I  -  IL.  Or-.  ��������� ������������������- ��������� -| ������������������**��������������������������� _rsii������r  or tno specialist wiii uec-iuiw iv see the  guffere^.~LoBdon Taller.  Public health.  ���������Diseases an-** ***nid**2s^c* nse^ ^***** *$$***'  counted as "acts of God" -in the old  legal phrase, it has - taken modern  sanitary science to discover tbat the  most or them result from acts of man  and that a good portion of the rest  may be controlled by the exercise of  man's power over nature. The United  States government has been a pioneer  among the nations in demonstrating  the power df modern sanitation to save  life. It sentr Waring to Havana. He  made it a city? of health and laid down  his life b_ so doing. It took a fever  smitten tropic wilderness, Its noxious  Jungles steaming under a torrid sun,  end tbe death rate, of tbe Panama canal zone is today an example to the  most? salubrious regions of the world.  The whole history of modern sanitation tends to drive home public responsibility for public health.���������St.  Louis Republic.  jsays^are heat���������*r*yH?an*i are known as  ������_:'���������-<-rs?ft ���������> "is":*������������|^Im-������������������ thatr there Is  ^.i^fii.    ; ^43W      ix      i������*      >������.-i5������w.i5  i[aracb; that the eye does not or cannot  teee. oven with all the raechahlenl aids  Which bave been provided In telescope.  a*J4i*-> vhxryiz. *ixG.   . :-���������....... ......  What really carries the message of  vision to the brain center of vision,  ���������which Is et the back of tbe head, is  Uio optic nerve, and the fact that If  you have n pain In tlie back of the  liead It is probably duo to eye strain Is  pd-iftted by nllvphyslclans. If yon feel  Ithst strain and headache located at the  Miccipat lhe first thing to do is to con-  it nn oenllst nnd get the glasses  - Mob; will correct the error of vision.  1 four eyes may be wrong In nny number of wny's. Either there may be n de*  Itfeot In somo ono of tho lenses or the  tsnerve mny.have become weakened or  ���������the muscles of accommodntlon by  H1CQ the cjFo Is fc**'.:sed mny be  ng. Tho last Is probably the com-  onest of troubles and may be easily i  E^rrected !f promptly tnUen In hand by  n expert  Cross eyes are only defects of'mus-  alar control, and the latest researches  Int.to the necessity for correcting  Is defect as promptly as possible,  any parents maho the fatal raistalco  t not'calling In tlie speclillst even  ���������when thoy notice (hat nn Infant  "crossos tho eyed." But It Is In the  early stages that this troublo may be  best corrected; otherwlso the muscles  become flxed In ihclr error, and tho defect Is permanent  It Is never too early to put ("las-Ken  (Irpon the child who requires thom. It is  mftan too lato to save tho child from  mormsnent Injury of tho most henutl*  ffttl. most ospresslvo nnd most useful  f������rg������n.--Now fork World.  A Fairly Good Reason.  Sir William Meredith, chief jostle*  of Ontario, and Mr. Hellmutb are mutual fathers-in-law. the lawyer's daughter "���������: having wedded the son of the  knight. During a nj-Uier tedious argument?, ok a? ease: wh Sir William  was bearing' Mr. Hellmutb was pro-!  ceedlng to elaborate on a certain point  of law wbicb he thought had an important bearing on the issue. But the  chief justice thought otherwise. He,  vrpjis imnntient. For awhile he listen-  ���������*ed to the lawyer's argument; then be  leaned back with an air of boredom  and interruptedYwith: "Mr. Hellmutb,  ..St sGsrns to me "that this Is not relevant. ? Whsit reason Is there why I  should be compelled to listen fo all  this?" ilr. Hciirnutb's mouth had -just  a suspicion of a smile around its cor-  iu*Tm j-i������ fig answered;  lord?   Why, $8,000 a year.'  Ingenious Sugges'tf ong To - Bridge  *Anglo-Frenc_i Gap.  The English, Channel Tunnel pro-  Sect being to ths front again, it ls interesting to look at some otber  schemes for bridging tbe gulf between England and Prance. Tbose of  Henry Fairburn, tn 1833, were decidedly clever, if wild. The main Idea  was to take down a considerable portion of the cliff between Dover and  Folkestone and fill up the sea tor an  area of several miles witb the material tbus obtained. A huge harbor was  to- he formed at the extremity of the  new piece of land, and similar works  were tp be undertaken at a corresponding point of tbe French coast.  .The two harbors were then to be connected by an enormous causeway,  about tenYmiles in length? ^Further  suggestions were that after the harbors had been made and protected by  huge sea-wallsj? communication was  to be continued? by the construction  of a cbainbridge, a tunneliia floating bridge, a Abridge? of sbipS, or a  great steam ferry. Details, of Ibese  and many 7 other ''novel^sc-'emes.'- Including one" for a marlaej-rallway to j  carry ships ?across the Isthmus of  Suez, occupy some 260 pages of a  &6W rare treatise. ' '..-\        i  In 1856 Mr. Charles BOyd publish- !  ed bis plans for a "Marine Viaduct or  Continental    Railway    Bridge'-'   be- j  i iween uover cliffs and Caue Gfis-iieS,  [ at a proper altitude for the safe pas- :  | sage of ships of the largest dimensions. The bridge was to be supported  ti by towers rising from tbe bed of the  : Channel.     The    towers   themselves,,  about 500 feet apart, were to have  fog-gongs   or; alarums,   and   lighthouses with gasYreflectors���������the gas  ������������������ to be lighted by 'electricity at?sunset.  i     Perhaps the most ingenious scheme  ! was that propounded in fun by the  late Angus B. Reach in 1847.     This  . was to take tbe form of a line ot rails  on a timber foundation carried by a.  bridge of boats, "tbe rails to work  on hinges on board each boat, so as to  yield freely to the action of the sea."  Trains are shown   running   up and  ��������� down   the- inclines   formed   by   the  trough of the sea.  A further joke by  tbe samo author/In the "Comic Brad-  shaw," was a Channel Balloon Line,  in which a train was shown on an  aerial platform   supported   by three  Walloons.  If 9_s followlag are a few Hngulstfe  1 Svbbnsicalities: The Germans  call  ������  .tbbnble a "flnger hat," which tt cer-  ita!nly Ss, and a grasshopper a "bay  1 horse."   A glove wltb them Is a "hand'  shoe,"  showing  evidently  that  tbey*  ��������� wore shoes before gloves.   Poultry is  j "feather cattle," whilst the names of  the well known substances oxygen and  hydrogen are in their language "sour,  stuff" and "water stuff."   The French,?  strange to say, have no verb "to stand,"  nor can a Frenchman speak of ^kicking" any one.   The nearest approach a  Frenchman makes to It in his politeness is to threaten to "give a blow  ���������with bis foot," the same to tbe re-,  clpicnt in cither case, but it seems to  ! want the directness, the energy, of our  ' -"kick."   Neither has be any word for  : "baby" or for "home"' or "comfort."  The   terms   "upstairs"   and   "downstairs" nro also unknown In French..  ���������The Hindus are said to have no word  for "friend."    The Italians have no  equivalent  for   "humility." ���������<��������� London  Tatler.  ii?:'     ���������   ��������� ,   ti .- y.:y ~ -%...  I Queer Resemblances.   .  ,   That persons who live together for  | a?very long period not only acquire the  | same mannerisms, but grow a strong  i facial resemblance, is an established  j fact.    But it is little known that the  i.rsanie conditio" often exists from mis-  ��������� -tress and serva'nt being associated to-  'gether  for  a   long   period   of   years.  rTkere is usnally a strong desire on the  part of most servants to ape their mis-  tresses, and this, added to the fact of  constant nearness,, often extends to facial resemblances.  !   There are in a small town in New  ;?Jork state two unusual instances of  this  kind.    Two   widows  live  there,  ?each of whom has been attended by a  woman servant for more than forty  years.   In both cases the Servants bave  .become so like their mistresses  that  tbey are often mistaken for them, and  their cases  have  attracted attention  far and near. .. Their voices over the  telephone are so alike that friends ot  tbe women have given up this method  of communication.���������New _ork Sun.  ���������T������f.r\r.f...  XX\i^0VX*i  XX1J       ,  Canals of Venice as Sewers.  >One by one the illusions of life are  shattered. Who has not heard of tho  gondoliers of Venice, the sweet singers  wiiosB voices flf.e wafted a.cross tu������-  waters os they guide tbelr ^graceful  craft through the canals of the street-  less city? VI used to think how poetical it was,'* said a returned traveler,  "but 1 foupd the real reason for their  singing wns a very practical one. Venice has absolutely no sanitary regulations, and the little canals ore-juat so  many sewers Into which is dumped nil  the garbage from the houses. There  Is no system ot plumbing, and tho  refuse is simply thrown from tho windows, so unless you let the7 householder  know you bro passing by you are apt  to got a douche of dirty water or gar*  bago."~-we*w York Tribune.  Curious Hotel CastoB-_  Jn an Edinburgh hotel the bar;  counter contains a slot, into which  each visitor who is heard to swear  must drop a penny,, and a notice to  that effect is displayed. These  pennies are at intervals collected and  sent to aid tbe funds of one ot the  local institutions.  A curious custom prevails at _n  hotel in Dumfries. In one of the  public rooms there Is an armchair  which was often occupied by Robert  Burua, the Scottish ' national pect.  Anyone who ? enters the room and  seats himself in this chair is expected to "stand treat" to all ? present,  when the memory ?*������_��������� the -bard is  ujunk.  ������������������ ��������� ���������?��������� -���������'������������������.-;  At   Aberdeen,   in    a    temperance  hotel,? each   visitor, on   signing   bis  name in the  hotel  book,  is desired  also to   adhibit   his   signature   to   a  card testifying that be is a teetotaller and wi!! not bring any  interi-  cants into the hotel.    In a Glasgow  hotel it   Is   the custom   weekly, -.. on  , Sundays, to?go   round  the  various  rooms and   take   a subscription   on  . behalf of one of the city charities.  ! In another Glasgow hotel the pro-  ! prietor,   religiously   inalined,   holds  j divine service each Sunday at noon,  | to? which all the. boarders are tnvlt-  i ed.    At several of the large hotels  ': in the north of Scotland the guests  ��������� are   beguiled   from   their   slumbers  ? each day by the playing of the bag-  j pipes, while in an hotel- in Inverness  j a posthorn la employed tor this samo  purppse.    ,  1-Orit.S I ALtED COLuwBUS.  Norwegian    Boy    Who    Discovered  p-Tawfoundland.  Almost 450 years before Christopher Columbus was born America  was- discovered by a Norwegian boy  named Biorn, son of Hcrgolf. He  was known by no other title, for in  those days sons did not share the  father's name.  "In the year 3 002, Hergoif, an Iceland colonist, fitted out two small  vessels for a trading voyage to the  Greenland settlement and placed one  of these under the command gj bis  son uiorn, a youth of 16 years, who,  having been bred to the sea almost  since infancy, had mastered the details of his profession by the time  that he arrrived at an age when other  boys usually commence their apprenticeship.  When near the southern coast of  Greenland, Biorn's ship was driven,  far to tbe south and.''west. One  morning he discovered a strange  land close; aboard. Sailing along the  coast for some distance be; found a  large bay, into which he steered and \  dropped anchor. Upon landing the  country was seen to be clothed witb  vegetation and the streams swarm-  ins with fine salmon. Trees of large  growth grew in great, numbers just  back from the shore, and, the climate  was balmy and delightful. Of natives tbey saw nothing, and believed  the land uninhabited.  Rejoiced over his important discovery, Biorn returned to Iceland  and communicated the news to bis  friend Lief, son of Eric the Red. who  had founded the colony on the coast  of that island. The two ambitious  young men immediately entered into  an agreement to share the expense  of equipping a suitable? vessel,, sailing to this newly discovered land  and bringing back whatever cargo  promised to reimburse them for fitting out the ship.  Their first sight of the new land  was not calculated to impress Lief  with a promise of its fruitfulness,  for it was rocky,, barren, and gloomy.  This gave rise to openly expressed  dissatFsfaction on his-part, but Biorn  assured bim that further south tbey  would meet with green fields and  woodlands. After the -fashion of tbe  early navigators in naming geographical discoveries according to  the features first presented, this  place tbey called Helleland, and to  the low, sandy shore which they observed beyond -it and which was  covered    in : spot3   with   clumps   of  QUEER   FASHIONS,  Th������      New     Thick  ' Neck 1 s the. Latest.  Words That Speak.  Bang���������"a sudden noise like that from  a gun'' is the definition given by the  dictionary^ But the explanation is befogging and futHe, for a"bang", is���������  well, what better describes "it than that  jjimple word ijhseif?     . w-.~_ ���������-_    ������_���������   .    .  ..���������  r So* many   of   bur   most   expressive j small trees, tbey gave the name of  ���������words seem similarly to bave sprung    .-������-������--���������^���������i������������^     *tw������ .inm i-o-. fhsv -?eTl  from a desire to"form with the lips a  sound mimicking the thing described.  *9 ������,jr   .  IHI9IC     IIUIIU    vtja    ������*    *x%s*MX,,xtvx,    >^^  the Wv d ''splash," for example? You  bear all the abrupt, restless heaving of.  the waters In that one wor?L  And does even a baby need to be  told what "buzz" means when a bluebottle is leading a forlorn hope against  ithe window? r  11.,.^.  fet.l.-3  tgle," "cackle." "icy"���������these are only a  few of our other eloquently descriptive  words.���������London Answers.  Sltkory  Took It Good NatUredly.  Four-year-old Tom . was expressing  bis sorrow and anger, at tho act of a  neighbor wbo had drowned four "bean-  liful little kittens.'' "Sho nilgbt hnvo  given"tbem to me," said tho boy.  "Nover mind? Tom," said grandfather;  "wo havo lovely kittens of our own.  We have a nlco little boy Ultton"-���������  "That's mo," said Tom proudly.  "And n lovely llttlo girl kitten"���������  "That's sister Kiln," said Tom. pointing his spoon tit his sister.  "And iho liciuust old cu*i Sti California"���������  "Thnt's grandma," aald the youth exultantly.  (Jvandmn gloTvbred for a second of  time, und then she burst out laughing.  ���������Los AngclC. Times.  ���������%*w?j\*tt-'i'**  -a>ww������������a's-������������.*v ���������  Marks of floolal Distinction.  ���������The niiRBlnsoa," snld Khorlor-k  [Holmes, "nro vory popular with tho  QMrealthy oinMcs."  TIow do you know?" I queried, con-  TiOdcnt of a brilliant nnswer.  -  "Rei'iiiiMo tlu>fu aro so many pro-iso  Irpori- on tho pavoment ln front of thoir  Uhnm-n"  -I don't bco tho point," snld I.  ���������Yon anto," said Sherlock���������Newark  tltwa.         EOan In That Day.  From Ilco'a dictionary, publlshod In  3826; <       ?'  "Khoppln^���������Aanong womon, go!n*j  ���������bout from she-h In tihop. buying llttlo  crt!?!?? pcrhr.p.**. porh-jp** ������**���������*'������������������, hni' ni.  ways pulllna nhout groat quantities ot  foot*.*���������Rosto'ti Trni:������c*rlpt.  Caution-*.  9.**. T*pU���������Mr nitthfll**r never tiike*  Hla wife nut In ta Im niitomohllo. I'ooU���������  V (tuom he, aor������p*n t vim* i<> imw two on-  anaaagofttil** things on hi* hands at ona  time ~ Doaton Tntntcrlpt  While j-rni nr* dn������anilng of tha tn*  ��������� a* ������������������������ ���������!���������* ������<r*iui-n*r  w.. m   ���������*���������   ..* m   ^ . * '��������� - -- "-  Bad Awnkonina.  "I- shall.never marry," said the yonng  man with n pointed hoard.  "Bocauso you are.an artist?'  "Yos.   I painted n plctnn** of the girl  to  whom   I   was  engiiRod.    She said  that tf that was tht* way I thought aba  looked It was bettor for us to part"���������  Washington Star.  Tbe following is a good story relating to tbe late Earl of Shaftesbury. It is said that the earl onco  called a meeting in connection with  certain work, and only two people  turned up-���������himself and a very fat  reporter. After waiting, and no one  else coming, tho earl said he would  dictate his Intended speech. The  reporter took out his notebook, and  tho earl bogan:  "At a largo and respectable meeting hold "  "But that's not quite correct," objected the reporter, as he swept his  hand round tho empty ball.  "Come, como," said his lordship,  "aro you not largo, and am I not re-  apoctablo?"  Not His Place te Laugh.  Wood, tbo pantomime.iWtlt-  er, used to tell an amusing story of a  theatrical manager W j once shared  bis box at a provln.jal pantomime.  When 'tbe;-principal comedian entered  and did his best the manager, with a  scowl on his brow, leaned over to Mr.  Wood and remarked, "I want to n-  gage thut mnn for next Christmas In  .uiy production."' '    '.-���������?���������.  ' "Vjo "yoh tbiiV he is funny?'* Mr.  ���������Wood asked.  "Screamingly  funny,"  returned  the  manager.  ''Then why don't you laugh?" asked  Mr.. Wood.  \ "Laugh when he's got his. eyes on  mcV' repiier iiie mnmiger, "And every smile means thai he'll ask another  fiver "a week."���������London Telegraph.  When $5 Is $7.50.  Fire dollar gold plet'os of IR.%1, with  E I'lurlbUH I,lnum on roverm* side, aro  quotod at S7.no In the lists of coin collectors, provided tbey are lu good condition.  Doublo-Barrellcd lletort.  Many wits shone In London society  a century ago, nono moro brightly  than Georgo Colman, tho younger.  Here Ib ono of tho quips that wore  ever on his tongue:  A young man who had declared  that ho could not sing wns prennod  to entertain tho company with a  Kong,  "But I can't sing J" declared tho  young man linputlontly. "You Just  want to mako a butt of me."  "Not at all, ray good sir." said  Colman. "Wa merely want to uot a  stave out of you."  Not Guilty as Alleged.  The man hod been accused of committing nn annoyance by flashing a  mirror in tbo eyes of passersby.  "You nro qulto mlstaiccn," ho said to  tho big policeman. "I haven't' any  mirror. Whnt these people saw wns  iho reflection of my shining serge coat  I'm a married man, und tho coat is  four years old."  Ar.d, turning hastily, ho throw tho  dnzzlliu* reflection from his buck nnd  elbows into the policeman's dazzled  eyes. And by the time tho officer recovered lie was well on his way,���������  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Women In Coal Miner  In tho eorly pirt of tho Inst century  wnmon on.!* yort tho right to work In  tho coal mines of Grout Britain, swinging the sledge, or on lunula nnd knees  h-iuling tliiotiuli tho midnight, darkness of low roofed tunnels carls Indcn  with ore weighing hundreds of pounds.  .   Woodpaokera,  I'lfloh    woodpecker    In'   the   TTnltrd  t-iflUfH IN   vorlil  $20 ill -'li-rll   niii-ii  i'nv  vuliio \������ f*Htlinnled on tlio value or tno  good Hint thin bird Uomi to truo*  Mental Training?  An #nlMcnt(������d mnn In n mnn who can  do whnt ho oiiirhr to do when In* ought  to do It whether he wnntn tt> do It or  not-Nlchuifia MuYrny Itntlcr,  It la not by attending to onr r*ii*ndi*  In onr way, hut Ih lln-lrm. thnt w������* can  Mm lly avail *liait> ���������Mai-*rnr������������t Pull**  Fairy Wind Tn Ireland.  Tho Sldb Oaoltho, or "Fairy  Wind." ban, according to roport, been  experienced in the Ballylanders district, pausing on to Ard.iatrlck, and  thonco to Lower ldtUn, thus covering  n dlstanco of a dorron  mtlon.     The  |/u<./j>u.ijiuMt*   jCiCjul/l.-il    U    V.'li'V.V.'lMU,  but its courao was confined to a limited compass, and tt lifted quantities  of hay to a height ot forty aud flfly  foot. Little datnago, howoxJr, resulted.   Occurrence   of '.'io kind aro  -���������������������������*.     'l*,,*,      l|.r..r     mflmrm.    ,I������A     4 0,     ^rtW-|Tlrmtlt  and dlanuRMlnn/in which various legendary interpretations form a part.  Old Ant-i-Trnuto Union Law.  1inn>r th** Knt-lUh law a cenlur***  k-O lnembersblp In a trado union was  a f<������lonr.  Hove To.  "Young mifcr nnd Miss Wnpple fell  out yostordoy."  "lio you think tlioy will make up  nKiilnV"  "I'm suro Miss Wnpplo will. They  foil out of n inotoibimt."���������Birmingham  Ago floruld.  Markland. Two days later tbey fell  in with a new line of coast, and sailing along this for several ? hours j  Biorn made out the bay in which he ���������  ./had anchored on bis previous .voyage. Into this harbor tbey brought  the ship and moored her.  The  explorers  soon  succeeded  Ini  Catching  a number of fine  salmon  from the river that emptied into the  bay, and collected quantities of .fruit  of different   varieties  and   of   most  agreeable Savor.    The temperature  of the air, as on the former voyage,  was found to be delightfully mild to  the Icelanders, and the soil proved  to be rich and productive.    One of i  the members of the crew, a German, '  inet with  enormous   quantities ?ot  ert-apea growing wild, and from this  circumstance the two navigators .decided to name the country Vinland,  meaning the land of grapes.    This  VJnland.  of   the   earjy   voyagers -is  known at tbe present day as Newfoundland.    After    making    several  short cruises tb the Southward   and  westward, and   sailing  through   the  Gulf of St. Lawrence until the river  of tbat name was reached the ship  returned   to    her    first   anchorage,  where the explorers passed the winter." ���������  During tbe months tbat the vessel  lay at anchor many valuable furs  and skins were obtained by the  hunters, and in tho spring tbe ship  was freighted with valuable lumber  hewn in the forests that grew close  to the shore. Witb the proceeds of  this venture the two boy discoverers  fitted out their vessel *a second time,  but an-unfortunate quarrel breaking  out between tbem, Lief sailed alone  to est-blisb a colony after the example of his father. For this purpose he embarked some 70 men and  womon, glad to exchange tho bleak  shores of Iceland for tbe rich meadows and purling streams of this  promised land.  Tho Iron Chink.  n<i/ii>J/iMf      +%0      sail      1^ V-������r������*������_������o-i-Itt ta      A /������������������������  vices in tho canneries is tho "iron  chink," which cuts oft the heads,  tails and fins, and cleans as many  fish In one minute as could Gl workers in tho old way. It io a comparatively small affair, drum-shapod and  ot simple mechanism. Aftor leaving  the "iron chink" the flsh are cut,  mofltly by machinery, into nlKcr* for  tho different shaped tins, and then  packed by hand Into these. The  tops of the tins aro then soldered  on, tho tins boiled, pierced, scaled  again, and thoroughly cooked, and  after being allowed to cool and again  being tostod for leaks, aro lacquered  und ready for shipment, most buyers  labulllng the salmon with their own  bra nd.  K���������HDSOM���������i T_I_0__D BC-B.  The new styles this season are troiy  fearfully and wonderfully made. AS  leasts some of them are���������the lamp  shade skirt, dyed furs, landscape veil*  and the like. To these eccentricities  has been added the collar that doesh������<|  fit.? With no pretense to fit, this nectf  sfirangement is; ehe .of the ugliest G������  ibsrfrs&b fasb'.oiisr'       ���������-.;.'���������������������������.���������-'-���������.....,-���������.'-.>.-  Aside from the thick wired collar, tba  costume pictured Is one of the best  looking taillours of the season. It is  made of brocaded mohair in a charm*  ing shade of plum and is trimmed witb  a girdle of American Beauty satin,  The little bolero coat reveals the g!r_i%  and the sasb ends fall gracefully frons  unfler a gathered peplum.  Tribute to Women.   ?  In. the Woman's Home Companion  Ignace Paderewski, the celebrated pianist, ls interviewed on tho subject  "What a Utile Knowledge of Musis  Means." In the course of the Interview Paderewski Is.quotod as saying:  "But for womon there wonld today,  bo no art in tho world, not alono In  America, but anywhere. The assertion  may seem a sweeping one, but I thoroughly believe !t'.to.'$e true. The women it iti  WuO. uiiuugu ir-bcm IC7*2 c������  music and responsive, deeply reflnod  feeling, encourngo It in brave, practical*  energetic ways. The women it Is. too,  who lend in the cnuso of its fostering  and Influence by their supreme ear  thualusm the men to follow."  Pulchritude and Pedagogy.  Dr. Williams, superintendent ot  schools at Richmond. Vn., advises the  school board not to employ women  teachers who were-clther startllngly  beautiful or equally ubmely. Tho objection, he said, wns that a teacher  whoso personal looks wore unusual  would attract more attention to herself than to licr teaching. Ho believes  thut teachers ought not to attract attention to themselves In any way.  Greatness.  Tho truly slronp nnd wound mind I*  tho mind thnt-can embrace equally  j*r"tit th1n������������i n������\d mimM I would li'ivm  ji man great In great thlnps nnd elo-  Sunt In little thlngs.-Jolin������i.in.  Analyzing  tbo  Soil.  Tho Agricultural Depnrlnient ot  tho University ot Saskatchewan ts  undertaking a comprehensive analysis bf tho soil from different parts of  tho province Tho province ts divided into twcniy dllitrlctn and soil samples aro to bo analyzed  from each.  Th������������no  tllntrlctn-tiro  to  bo  Hiilidlvidiil  and further n^ly-^ln in ado until a  ri-lhihlo i oportH_t������.ay.i.llablo for :*.U  partn of Hn������k'  Our Coal DeponUa.  Tho known conl nrons of ll:e United |  HtntoH cover uui.ono nipiuio inin.s. iinu j  ������.lll'HJ   IU >)    iln),l>Ui>   l.n*l.UC    linii.i    '.......'.'���������  ���������si  to  bo  -underlaid   with   ninrkelnble  *oai\ * I  The plchnure wc lto.it enjoy Is that '  taa have dlrldiid witn othara.  Co-opcratlot  llUr.ll?.*.  Vn ���������MiU  lyO-uiiuianoui ���������,.���������,������������.,, ii      iiniiMi '  <,,} ������rr,.iM(.|.,*i ^otv.'OOll..Ul-������.l������t������WI*lJ^<r;.  to  lhe  ool  Htntlntlrn tn im- _-..-, ,v������������������rin,ir.***--' waa  tn-  rocommo  'liiliy hint oinirnifi  FOBlrr   irt   a'   iff  nian to fii\  }. ������r S and U*ta*H*������4l������������������  iIaJi Jo.V"l ovnrlappln*,;  nded t.)"*    ,.r,^r..'lr**lon ot  1*1-. uud ii  *i.,nt  wo"  ������r.. i  ... ������������  /������    ������*������, .mum  ti  ou, Goo. l'l.  Worlilnij;   on  a  KITCHEN  K1MKS.  NntM whon. lioHcht ready abelle-S  should be Bcnldcd, dried In tho oven  nnd put nway ln glass jnrs.  Ordinary lemonndo will make a delicious, refreshing drink when sweeten'  cd wllh maple sirup Instead of cu_nr.  Te8t potatoes by cutting In two nnd  rubbing tho cut surfncuH together*, then  press the two purls together. If they,  stick tho potnlocn nre pond.  Tho addition *of rt little soda mixed  with a tcnspuonfui of cornstarch to iho  cretiin before pouting it Into tho to  niato mlituio will provuut curdlUn-t lo  the mnUlng of Won mod tomato soup.  The flocrct, of flaky, plo crust In the  uso of hot wiilei'?(not boiling) rather  than  cold  In   iniilnp;  tho dough.    It  this suggestion l-t followed the crust*  *.y!!! :;"|;**;."*.;��������� s he 5!;,!:y, 1(,r.dor nrid crinp.  No mutter how much dripping In used  fl.-li w'bun Ih-Iuk fihsl Ih n|it to stick to������  tlio pan's-bottom.    If n tnlilet-pooiifnl  of dry  i������nlt l������������ v������t Into Mie pun  mid  ���������riil'lt-cd ov������Mr 1t It will' he found Bulls-  factory.  Often  whrn  ImiIuhk  i'-.'!;**  im*   -.tiiii*  nd, Ihrnugli iho i������lioil nml ���������"pulls tha  tftitli^f "Ibi* "titi ibroii'sii  Uu npponr>  1  nn**������, YTto* 'lUU'- ,'*-' V* ������������������������������������������ ���������������������*���������������������l if n tea-  HPooiifiO of Kiit: l> i>ni Into the wat������S  I     .       ��������� .      >rl.  \    |M*tUt������ll    UVI.l.r*-  V  c    I  tiA  Jf  wmmmmammmaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam ^.���������a^i.-***-^^ .  vi^maasaf^^^i^Xfi^������fff^  *3M^-������ite-H������l3**������  T.-^^_l^*.rwt>i>ij������ *���������*���������*.'  ���������<���������> Tii- j tK** a i ���������** ijww** < * n p��������� it n>_ i iw>.: nw **Jrt* j* am. ������������������*****" j-^rfrwatf *������������������%���������*jM** i������  ,<?*"{  ������?<2 <^'  ���������m*iiii"t|ITii mmamtmtm  TH������   CRSSTX)-.   REVIEW*    OSESTON*    B. C-  Comprising 125 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  APPLE TREES  Peaehes  WP^^^^ti.  R4  Plesnas '***".r mmmm m m **-***"  Gharries  OUA^RAltiTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������R oots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH. AT CATALOGUE PRICES  j For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  asterii  pxcursioiis  Daily December 1 to 31.  First Class round trip -tires  Prom CBESTON" 6o  |    TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA,  WINDSOR. $8160  MONTJIBAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON.   . $86 60  ST  JOHN, MONCTON, *?100.90  '  HALIFAX. -1105 05  ^Corresponding fares from other points  u> stMtions in ONTAKIO, QUEBEC,  aud MARITIME PROVINCES.  Return limit three  mouths.  Stop over aud extension privilpRes'  Booklet of inforuintion foni any  Oan������dian Pacific Ag^ut.  Enquire regard iu--; through tonrist  sleeping cars.  SPECIAL FARES IN CONNEOT-  K'N WITH ATLANTIC SAILINGS  NOVEMBER 7 to DECEMBER 31.  The  members  of  The  Creston Mercantile Co*  m ���������  s Limited I ������vf*!srcm&i*>  \n th  <wisktd thank their patrons and ������    UnStBCl  StatBS  io *wish one and ail a Happy  Xmas and a Prosperous cNgiv  )__  iiiu  ____#^_rl   *y_n_^������  1AW1    IU1  C%ttt*  a  Ml  'MS'. \ '_T^':'_n_f' _T- M: -p"- ���������  /7AV\  0&^  Full Cut Glass Bowls Irbha    5eOO  Water Jug and 6 Tumblers   12.00  Cream and Sugar 5i00  Ladies Watches in Gold   t __ _"_sl  Filled Cases, from * ���������^���������V"  Gents Watch in 20-year Gold Filled Cases, from   .  ....  Ladies Goid Necklets, from.....  ���������.../.. ,;.2'." Z."..  CARRIAGE PAID  MONEY RETURiNFD IF NOT SATISFACTORY  10.00  5.00  Daily _������ecemhf*r 1 to 31.  Low   first   class   rouud   trip fares to'  points  iu   MINNESOTA,    ILLINOIS,  MISSOURI,   NEBRASKA   and   WISCONSIN.  Fullest information from Local Agent  or  K   DAWSON,  District Passenger Afjent,  Calgary, Alberta  m   /JAW  jjq^. Ca P. R. Watch Inspectors  ^ ������������$>C3**<S>*C3\^*<^>]*<?3ti.<Z=?*������=?xc=2'.  Next to the Post Office  CRANBROOK, B. C  GUY   LOWENBERG  tjj%4_-*S-_%  I.IH3  **  _____���������_ *^_*_*r_ _! __  iiicsiij!! merunmsio yo  Limited  ���������  FARMERS INSTITUTE  PASSES RESOLUTION  The Farmers Iustitufce passed the  jsfollowiog resolutions at the meeting  held last Friday, Dee.   19th.  Following is the resolution to be  presented at  the convention:  ''Wherca?, proper organization for  co-orerative bnvinir and selling is  absolutely essential to profitadle ranching in  British Columbia and  '���������Whereas, we are at o disadvantage  compared with those on the prairies  owing to the very high cost of land  clearing and  "whereas a very large and repre-*  sentative meeting of the fruit growers  ������hb_"*4  i  g  "^ -P*-* ff    TJ r* ��������� "A r = *-, s   ^   |     ^  g    ji   ������^0  JL   " _F^^_J _L   __ B.    fi^____<f Li 4^?  AND ORNAHENTALS  I Coldstream Estate Nurseries  '. i^T"  *V9  *#  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees arc Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties "most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  ^       For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  f J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  ���������  ���������#  Consulting Engineer  CRESTON      -  B.C  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  ri? ait.      =   '���������-.���������-  P. P  of the Kootenay district, recently voted  unanimously in favor of a co-operative  organization under the agricultural act  of 1913,  and  "Whereas, wise instruction as to  the best methods of organization and  management is needed very much and  would be highly  appreciated by all,-  "Therefore, resolved that this Organ  ization hereby most earnestly urge  uhe government of British Oolumjia  ro piace at once a suitable man permanently iu the field whose duty will  be to visit all sections of the province  conducting an edncatioual campaign  along these lines and assisting in tne  in the proper orgauizition of suoh  bodies as will most effectively seome  the desired end^s.  ���������  [ m IR. ffieatt, I  I CRANBROOK -B.C   i  Tho  Funeral Director  A.i������iiiabeJii  r\  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer, in   hig'i   class  boots and Siioes.  Wa!!  a  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday   at  11 a. in.  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adults Bible Class meets every Thorn  day evening.  W. Or. "R-AEB  Minister  For the new year���������-and every day  of it���������the Ford isVthe car to boost  your business and* broaden your,  pleasure. It's the car for all occasions���������all year 'round. Start the  new year right Buy an economical  Ford.  $600  ���������-*+****. ���������  oou  ������*A**k"  Model T Runabout , .  Mode! T Touring Car . .  Model T Town Gar     .     .  With Full Eqtiinment������ f. e. b Walker.il!  CRESTON AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY  R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  Gasoline and Kerosene  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:30  Benediotoin 8*30  Every first Suuday of tbe month.  Father John O. M. I.  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  D  Complete New_Stock Just Arrived  -alsomininK.P.uiiLiii.-;, P.ipji-.linvjciru     Carrhigo midI<1 i u i ,i i ?  Let mo give you advice anil estimaU- on your work.     All  work ku������i-.  anteed to givo satlHfaction.  GET  YOUR  Ming, Tinning and  General Repair Work  Done  by  . B. Embree  The sntisfuction of work   well   dono  lin /ors long aftor tho prloe iti forgot ton.  ^eeeei������������'e*r*6efe������stt  I Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  I  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters ou Hand  "������ TEAM   SLEIGMS  Harness, Single and Double and Snpp'ies on Hand ���������  SKvornl .Sr*K nf Sccond-Htind Hnrnccn  B'-Jj-iJii.  Extention of Time  Notice is hereby given thnt the time  for the rcoeption of tendora for the construction of wharfs at Viotoria Har-  bonj, B. C.is extonded to Thnraday,  January 8, 1014,  By ordor,  R. C. Doflrooherfl,  Soorotnry,  Dopnrlment of PnbUo Works,  Oiitmvn, Deroinhpr ������, 1013.  Immmmmmmaaaaaaaaaawaaaam  STEVEM:  tho Barrels f^rN  and Lugs of ������>^^^x>  STEVENS vHf?  Double and Single Barrel  SHOTGUNS  i-xelall/ Mlsctad stsst  othsr guns ara  tffwrt - -  sradtvji-forv������d'ri  .enanlie*. Utdscf  -ITMMftr wh-ra  URIIT.   Compsrs  U iriiy w'ui. lujir (|���������  ourQIIMJtVOirouthout. :  Harry   Leon?*^  Shop on Sirdar Ave., iu l)ic O "   j������"f c.orc  m0 0*.������* *mt* *  *    ���������> A WV  mM0*m* m:j.   m.X0  m. mmm*. .. ..<**f       ������lO/f*   ,  ��������� ���������" "��������� ���������������������������'-��������� ~-~::z,:::'''~ v ~ * ��������� "'/n-r kst-m***^"  _jmm~* ������  P. BURNS & Co.  B.C.  Umitaa  CRESTON  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOU*  VERj EDMONTON.  i  I  Dealers in  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,. Poultry,  and Oysters  in vSeason  See us about your  Xmas Dinner  We have the goods, and  our pr'ces arc reasonable  $  Sleighs and Cutters  COAL FOR SALE  I H. S. MoOrfi������th. Prnn  ^ . "*w.       'wm,, ������      "ww <���������������        m  j\ m m ^mmtf     ^m0   |  *&        PhOlin   fifl W,.vI   ...      *mf,m,.m t> *'  'l ^"-������������i**3w������������*ifta_:*aaa.->*a.-.*a_w9oaa  ���������i\-Ul l������i i.1"  iiil* ���������IB-*'*'  .      **r ���������"*i*������tfim  '- ���������>>-*..���������*     Vl  ������w C'Ulot shows ih,  f������m������us Una of Dtsvsn* ft������pt������l������r������--DouU������i���������Bliv-  .)<������.   K lou ������*niv:������ ������buln IltVENS from your  ilnulcr-lol u* know, anil mm will aMp dlrsat. sa*. i  pr-j* |ir������|itld, upon rseslpi ef Cstsloa I'rlos.  I. STEVENfi A������M������  |      & TOOL COMPANY  |r.o.0.������������oof,  cMieorurAUMyiAti.  J I  having  an    export  do your Tuning*  J.A.P. CROMPTON  CRESTON, B. C.  | VHOHK GUAHANTBBD. ALL. |  P3Sr������.MV3   I'LL.  OALL        I  |


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