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THE ISLANDER established 1910.
With which is Consolidated The Cumberland News.
iegtslatiun Library
|   THE CUMBERLAND NEWS established 1891
4
VOL. IX., No. £6
CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER SS, 191S.
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Subscription price, $2.00 per year
GETTING THEIR BEARINGS FOR SIGHT-SEEING TRIP
VICTORY LOAN SUBSCRIPTIONS FAR
EXCEED HIGHEST ESTIMATE
INTERIOR OF AMERICAN WHIPPET TANK
Photo shows American soldiers studj ing a map of Paris which they have
run across before venturing to take it walk on the boulevards of the city.
GERMANY AS NAVAL
POWER CEASES TO EXIST
EDINBURGH, Nov. 22.—German) ns
u naval power ceased to exist yesterday.
The heart of her mighty licet, four,
teen ships of the line, seven light cruisers, nnd lifty destroyers—surrender,
ed to British, American nnd French
warships, the greatest lighting force
Hint ever stood out to sea, and they lie
today in sullen silence in the Firth of
Forth, guarded by over 209 Allied
buttle crnlt.
The enemy craft will be Interned iu
Scapa Flow, in the Orkney Islands.
Admiral Beatty's historic signal,
after the German fleet had been
moored lit the appointed plnce, was:
"The German flag Is to be .hauled
down nt 3.57 and is riot to be hoisted
aguin without permission."
The Admiralty had a detailed programme of submission laid down by
the commander of the British Fleet,
and this was carried out strictly according to plan.
The. German warships, strung out
In a single column almost twenty
miles long, appeared at a rendezvous
nt the appointed time and were led
Into the Firth of Forth between twin
columns of Alllied ships which overlapped the Germans at each end,
Last night the enemy craft were
anchored lu the Forth under guard as
prisoners, A surrender on such a
gigantic scale has no precedent in
naval history.
Although the wonderful naval
spectacle was the same as at * peace
time review and evoked little enthusiasm, the haze blotting out the horizon, the officers could scarcely credit
the evidence of their eyes.
It wns an event which shattered all
naval traditions and ideals. Men animated by the spirit of tlie Lawrence
Dawns "Don't glye up the ship," ami
Nelson's "England expects every man
to do his duty," could not conceive of
such on inglorious fate as that to
which the great enemy sea force was
submitting.
The Associated Press correspondent, standing on the deck of an American dreadnought, heard an officer
exclaim: "Even those poor old Spaniards, knowing they had not a chance
came out of Santiago." BUt for the
most part both officers and men were
silent. They realized they were witnessing the climatic act of Germany's
downfall. They showed no elation and
seemed to feel a sort of contemptuous
pity for tiie fallen giant of the sea
who had refused to light.
TORONTO, Nov. 18.—None of the
most sanguine estimates ot the success of the, 1918 Victory Loan came
anywhere near the realization, as expressed ln the official figures announced at a great meeting iu M.issey
Hall here tonight. In the three weeks
drive Canada subscribed tho great
sum of $676,027,217, which means that
the loan Is over-subscribed by more
than 35 per cent. The Dominion total
for tlie whole campaign last yeor was
$420,000,000.
Ontario made good her announced
determination to "take half of the
$500,000,000." The total as announced
for the province stands at $329,679,000
of which $90,613,250 was subscribed
the last day. This compares with
$204,500,000 last year, and is nearly
$80,000,000 more than the provincial
objective.
Both Toronto and Montreal put on
a big spurt at the end, the Ontario
city winning out by a million and a
half. The actual figures are: Toronto
$144,946,100; Montreal, $143,433,050.
Toronto added $51,483,600 on Saturday. Last year the Queen City subscribed $78,871,000.
Every province in the Dominion
went over its objective, most of them
by a substantial margin. The totals
for the other provinces are:
British Columbia  % 35,396,667
Alberta    18,189,600
Saskatchewan      23,889,000
Manitoba       43,639,900
Montreal (city and Island) 143,433,050
Quebec (outsside Montreal) 32,433,050
New Brunswick     16,600,000
Nova Scotia    30,600,000
Prince Edward Island       2,700,000
The figures for Prince Edward Island arc very incomplete. It was announced, owing to a big snowstorm
which had hindered reports being
turned in.
The final returns were announced In
Massey Hall tonight, when 'ibout
3,500. persons were present. Two or
three thousand persons tried in vain
to gain admittance to the crowded
hall.
WINNIPEG, Nov .18.—Official estimates, which probably will be increased to $45,00,000 beforo belated
returns are all in, put Manitoba's
total subscriptions to the 1918 Victory
Loan at 43,639,900, made up by 83,-
887 Manitobans. This gives a total
province-wide city and country subscription per capita of $78.62, as compared with $58.96 for 1917.
FERNIE, Nov. 18.—Fernie and district went over the top in a grand
finish for the Victory Loan, as with
all returns completed the aggregate
is $403,000. The allotment was $340,-
000, and considering that only seven
days was the time that could be devoted to the campaign on account of
the influenza epidemic the result Is
remarkable.
Photo shows close-up view of many of the American Whippet Tanks,
better known as "Bob Tanks," Its doors open showing position uf tank
driver and gunner.
LOCAL   AND   GENERAL  NEWS
William Rickson, who underwent
an operation a few days ago for appendicitis at tbe Cumberland General
Hospital, ls reported to be recovering
as fast as may be expected.
LOST—In City limits, on Friday, Nov.
22nd, a tan-colored driving gauntlet.
Finder will be rewarded on returning same to this office.
SUNDAY SERMON BY REV. GEO. KNOX,
OF GRACE METHODIST CHURCH
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned will not be responsible for any debts contracted by
Mah Jack, who has left my employ.
CHARLIE SING CHONG.
LONDON, Nov. 22.—When the British
and German naval authorities came
to compare notes on submarines, in
connection with the arrangements for
the surrender of the German undersea craft, it was discovered that Germany had lost eighty more submarines than the Allies were certain had
been sunk.
THE HAGUE, Nov. 22.—German
troops are stampeding from the battle
fronts towards Berlin, in order to see
the revolution, according to German
newspapers received hero today. The
soldiers are seizing railway trains
which bad been intended to convey
the troops* to different parts of the
empire, and forcing the engineers to
take them to .tlie German capital.
LONDON, Nov. 22— Lord Robert
Cecil, Under Secretary for Foreign
Affaire, has resigned. He Is said to
have disagreed with other members
of the Government on the question of
the Welsh disestablishment John
dines, British Food .Minister, lias also
resigned.
BRIDGE DESTROYED BY THE HUNS
Destroyed  railway bridge over the Essie River   In   the   wuke   of   the
Hieing Germans.
Things of Strength In National Lite.
To make a study of this subject,
towards any reasonable completion,
It would be necessary to take up' the
following subjects, namely, Religion,
The Home, The School, The Church,
and The People. But we turn just to
the latter, n these remarks:
"Thy people also shall be nil righteous; they shall Inherit the land for
ever, the branch of ray planting, the
work of my hands, that I may be glor-
Hied."—Isaiah, chap. 60: vs. 21.
On the pages of history, both sacred
and profane, we see the struggling of
nations. So today after tho severe
struggles of four years, the nations
halt for a time to see wha that nation,
who with her allies at the beginning
ot the war defied as it were the whole
world. But who today is humbled on
her knees because he, who was their
stern monarch, seeing thj tide turning has become a coward and a sneak
—but leaves his people to face the
worst and greatest crimes which have
ever been known in tho annals of
mankind.
When we try to look at the whole
situation, what can we make out ot it
all? In the early chapters of Ihe
Book ot Genesis, we are informed that
mun was not made tor the earth, but
the earth for man. He was tn multiply and Become a race and subdue
the earth, but In so doing he was also
to subdue himself. Or, in other words
walk hiibly before his God, and to perform a profitable service to his fellow
creatures. Yet how far Individuals
us well as nations are coming short
of this.
1. When wo turn to our text we
see a vision ot a righteous nation. The
Prophet was longing to see in the
Isniolltlsh nnllon a Goll-governed
nation in the midst of all tho other
nations, In order that in it there might
be embodied and manifested the Divine principles and purposes for the
whole race In its relation to the whole
earth. But sad to say, the tragic day
came when God had to say ot this
very people: "They have not rejected
thee, Samuel, My servant; they have
rejected Me from being King." In
that rejection of Divine authority we
Olid the secret of failure. So the
story moves on, until we come to the
ern of the prophets, men of vision,
men speaking the Divine word, and
among the rest, this great prophet
Isaiah. The second part of his prophecies commences with the words:
"Comfort ye, Comfort ye, my people."
Tlle prophet was looking forward to
God's great programme of peace; and
mil of the midst ot that programme is
that vision of the ultimate victory of
this one peculiar people; dealing first
with nterlal prosperity and then celebrating those Inward spiritual things
which make for true prosperity. So
the outlook of the prophet was upon
this nation as the rallying centre for
ull the nations.    And how true this
became, for from this little despised
nation came the Christ, the Redeemer
ot the whole world.
So as God has a purpose for every
nation, whether great or small, so He
has a purpose and a plan for both
your lite and mine,
2. The Importance of National
Character. "Thy people shall be all
righteous." The prophet is here referring exclusively to the moral realm.
It demands that people shall be right,
shall be just, shall be conformed to a
standard. How easy it Is for us to
go stumbling along through life, with
no particular purpose or standard, or
ideals In life. God pity the life, the
home or the nation where the Christ
Ideal Is not held up, nor His great
Ideals worked out In some measure.
What, then, is the character of the
people which makes a nation great?
RIGHTEOUSNESS. "Thy people shall
be all righteous." That ls, they shall
be true; no guile in the thinking; no
deceit in the speech, no hypocrisy In
the deed. But not truth alone; grace
also; no bitterness In thought, no
scandal in speech, no malevolence in
deed. Can we imagine a nation like
this—its people all righteous? What
effect would be produced In commerce
In social relationships ajid also In
sport.
We cannot think along these lines
without seeing how far we are yet.
from this Kingdom of God; and not
only the union, but that the Church
has hardly commenced to approximate to the great Ideal within her own
borders.
The proper order of national concern should be Religion, Education,
Bread. Bread last, and never first.
In tlie days of His flesh they attempted lo put a crown upon the brow of
Jesus because He fed them, hut He
declined the crown. The foundations
nf Ills throne must rest upon Tightness with God, and when man's earthly throne Is not so founded It will full
and tlie men who gather about it will
perish.
.COURAGE.
We a,'e not here to play, to dream, to
drift.
We have hard work to do, and loads
to lift.
Shun  not the struggle—face It;   'tis
God's gift.
Be strong!
Soy not the days are evil—who's to
blame?
And fold the hand and acquiesce—Ob,
shame!
Stand up, speak nut, and bravely, In
God's nanie.
Be strong!
It matters not. how deep intrenched
the wrong,
How  hard  tho  battle  goes,  the  day
how long;
Faint not—light on; tomorrow comes
the song.—Maltie D. Bnbcoek.
Thomas Graham, General Superintendent of the Canadian Collieries
(Dunsmuir), Ltd., returned from a
visit to Victoria ou Tuesday.
WANTED TO RENT—A typewriter
in good condition; will be weil
taken care of. Apply P.O. Box 192,
Cumberland, B.C.
Miss Burrlll, of Victoria, sister of
Mrs. A. C, Lymn, arrived on Tuesday.
H. T. Peterson & Co., of Vuncouver,
contractors for the removal of thirty-
seven dwelling bhouses from Bevan
to Cumberland, for the Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Ltd., have almost
completed their contract. The 37
houses, each consisting of six rooms
and with all modern conveniences, are
now on the townsite adjoining the
eastern limits of the city of Cumberland, and will help to make up In no
small way lo the beauty and surroundings of Cumberland. The management of the Canadian Collieries is
now having these bouses renovated
throughout and are to be commended
for tberl kind consideration of the
comfort and home life of their employees, who prefer to reside near the
centre of the coal mining district.
HOUSE FOR SALE—Five rooms and
pantry; also furniture for sale,
privately. Apply to Mr. R. Rushford, Cumberland, B.C.
Mrs. Henry Hurst, of Victoria,
mother of Mrs. R. L. Rideout, arrived
on Tuesday.
WANTED—Bookkeeping, or any similar clerical work. Apply J. Hay,
P.O. Box 369, Cumberland, B.C.
Mrss. T. G. Montgomery left for
Butte, Montana, on Sundey, where she
will reside lu future.
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN—You are
interested In a better position. Qualify for It through our easy home
study courses, like others you know
have done. We teach Commercial
Subjects and Advertising, Drafting,
Ship, Mechanical and Art, Steam.
Electrical, Mechanical and Mining
Engineering and other branches.
Write for free catalogues and particulars to H. J. MILSOM, Nanaimo
Manager, International Correspondence Schools, P.O. Box 1121. Nanaimo, B.C.
Cumberland went over the top, won
the Honor Flag and two crowns, in
subscribing $93,050 in the Victory
Loan campaign of 1918. Some of our
cllzens contend that we did well in
contributing almost $100,000 to lite
Loan, and no doubt we did, fur tho
number of men who took Part in the
campaign as subscribers and canvassers, but what about the men who
have been enjoying the luxuries of
home life, lurgc wages, ease and comfort, men who have added thousands
of dollars to tliei'l bank account during the past four years and who did
not contribute a dollar? Had these
men come to the front with their
money and assistance we would have
gone nver the top to the extent of
$125.0110. For the number of men who
took part in ihe campaign as subscribers and solicitors, we nay: "Well
Done!" Bul for the man who was
able and failed lo subscribe, and prevented Cumberland from rendering
full measure to the Victory Loan, wo
say they neglected their duly nml
were found wanting when the lest
came.
AMERICAN GIRLS ON  PARIS BOULEVARDS
Tbe mnrt beloved girls on the French Boulevards arc the American girls.
Photo shows American girls presenting smokes to Ihe Yanks. i
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THE ISLANDER,  CUUIERLAND, B, (J.   -
Published every Saturday by the Islander
Publishing Company at Cumberland,
B.C., Canada.   Telephone 3-5.
SATURDAY,. November 23rd, 1918
THK POWER OF ADVERTISING
The success of the Victory Loan
campaign throughout the province
imi.-i siniid forever as a proof ol* what
good organization and zealous salesmanship can do. Il is In no way derogatory of these If we say that It
was pre-eminently a proof of the
power nf newspaper advertising and
publicity.
Every other means of publicity wai
practically paralyzed. Public meetings were prohibited, parades were
cancelled, even open air gatherings
were discouraged. The pulpits were
unoccupied. Dinners and club gatherings were impossible, All the ordinary methods, outside of newspapers,
of informing the public mind and of
generating enthusiasm were burred.
On top of these was the depression
due to the epidemic, and most fatal
of all in the final days of the campaign, tbe news of peace.
Each succeeding difficulty was met
by the press of the province with a
bigger blast of printer's ink. The
work of tho editors was rendered
peculiarly difficult by a simultaneous
order from tiie government to reduce
ill-1 consumption- of white paper.
Every extra column, therefore, had to
be deducted from a reduced space for
news. Publicity committees .realizing Ihe situation, used generous paid
copy; the merchants backed them up.
Hut the free reading matter donated
by the* press—editorial and news—
was three times as great as in* the
last loan, and has probably never
been equalled before in this province,
nut even in a political campaign.
If any papers are worthy of special
mention it is the weekly ones, whose
staffs in many instances wore reduced
by the Influenza, and who gave without stint often where they could ill
afford to do so.
The campaign proved two things:
It proved the unselfishness and patriotism of tiie editors, and it demonstrated beyond question that there is
no combination of adverse circumstances which can defeat any worthy
campaign behind which is ranged intelligent and adequate advertising.
The Vancouver World.
SI (.Alt  DISTRIBUTION
In a statement on the sugar distribution difficulty, the chuirman of the
Canada Food Board, Mr. Henry B.
Thomson, says:
"Since last May, when the use of
i.agar in Canada was rigidly cut down
manufacturers, candy makers, public
eating places and largo users have
played the game fairly, and have
abided by the rulings of the Canada
Food Hoard.
Approximately 3011,000 ions of sugar
will lie required in Canada for 1918,
(inly 12,000 ions of ibis wlll he used
In the confectionery Industry. If the
Food Board Issued 1111 order absolutely
closing down the factorlGB, we should
disorganize the Industry mid throw
hundreds of people out of work.
Il   the   pecpie   in   tho  hollies   would
noi pm ibt, "second spoonful" of sugar
lii their too nml coffee II would save
5". 011,1   ol*   sngnr  a   year.     This
amount Is more than four times the
DUgar allotment 10 the oonfeotlonery
nianufacterers. Ii could he done with
a little good will.
Notwithstanding the Order Issued
on September 15th, there Is reason to
believe Unit a largo number of people
hoard sugar in tlie homes, It is only
a little, possibly, in some cases, but
when multiplied by the number of
homes In Canada it is a huge quantity
In the aggregate. There is, possibly,
also a good deal of waste which, It*
checked by everyone, would make the
situation easier.
It is for tlie consumer to "get in
behind" the Food Hoard now us the
manufacturers have done. There will
then be an ample supply of sugar for
all."
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t was deemed desirable that there
should be compiled a list of- aliens of
certain nationalities. The Canada Registration Board was requested by the
Department of Justice on September
2iith to furnish the requisite information. By October 17th the Justice
Department had in their hands the
names, addresses, and occupations of
34,012 aliens, and the names and addresses of employers of such of them
as were not working on their own
account. They were located in the
provinces of British Columbia, Alberta. Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario,
anil Quebec.
A further list will be completed
covering the maritime provinces and
a small part of Ontario not previously
included. The Department of Justice
lias thoreby been enabled to keep 111
cdose touch with 1111 element which It
was considered highly desirable
should be strictly watched.
OUILTYI I
(By Borton Braley.)
"I'm tired of working," said Jim McIIugh,
"I'll Just lay off for a day. or two."
He took his bucket and home he went
Ready to loaf to his heart's content;
He dropped himself in his easy chair
And fell asleep as he rested there.
Then all of a sudden It seemed tojim,
He heard a soldier boy speak to him;
And Jim he noted with saddened mind
The ladwas bloody and maimed—and
blind;
But   he   pointed straight at Jim and
said:
"I'm blind and len of the boys are
dead.
And it's you that did it to us—you,
With your two days' lay-off, Jim Mc-
llugb!"
"You're talkln' nonsense, it can't be so
There ain't no truth in your words,
1  know;
I do you harm, lad? Never a chance,
For I was home hero and and you in
France."
The soldier answered: "It is the truth;
Ten men are dead in their strength
and youth,
And blind and helpless I go my ways
Because  you  loafed   for a couple of
days.
Just bear this thought in your mind—
and well—
That two days' break in the stream
of shell
Which you'd been turning meant this
—that we
Soldiers fighting across the sea
Were   some   day   certainly bound to
lack
For sbel and bullet to meet attack,
And all because—bear this in mind!
Your  work   had   dropped   two days
behind.
"So   when   we   charged   the   German
trench
Wc hadn't shell enough to drench
Their lines with steel, and though wo
made
A victory of it, the price we paid
Was tho lives of ten good  men and
true,
And the light of my eyes—that's what,
McIIugh!
Your fault it was, and I've showed
how,
So what do you say about loafing now?
Ten men are dead In the Flanders mud
And your hands drip with their loyal
blood!"
McIIugh awoke with a sort of scream,
And realized it was all a dream,
But he must have followed that soldier's hints,
For he hasn't taken a lay-off since!
WHAT CANADA SENT.
A special compilation made by the
Financial Post shows that for the
forty-seven months of war the fabulous sum of $1,874,710,900 worth of
foodstuffs was exported from Canada.
.11AHSII U. FOI II
REGISTRATION  LISTS  OF  GREAT
USE.
JUST   ARRIVED: -  Newest Fall Styles at
Moderate Prices in
Ladies' Velour and
Tweed Coats
Ladies' Serge and Tweed Suits
All Wool Sweater Coats
and Sweater Sets
License No. 8-19224
Music Lovers Amazed by
Edison's Daring Test
All told, 2,000,000 music lovers in Canada and
the United States, on more than 1500 different
occasions, have gone to one of their local theatres
filled with curiosity regarding a startlingly novel
musical recital to which they had been invited.
In each  case they
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have come away amazed at the almost unbelievable demonstration
which had taken, place
before their very eyes,
and ears—the most
daring test of a phonograph or talking
machine ever made.
They saw a noted Edison artist stand beside
Tfie NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
They heard the Instrument siny in the artist's voice—in other
wotds, n-trr.rte her Vi tec, Presently the artist herself' begun to
sing note lor note with the instrument. Musically trained cars
strove in vain to distinguish the faintest shade 9' difference between
the actual voice and the Re-Creation, Then, suddenly and without warning, the artist ceased singing, leaving the instrument to
co.r.imie the air aldnc, Only by watching the artist's lips did the
an Hence know that she had ceased singing and that they heard'tlie
inurnment alone.    This is the famous Edison Tone Test,
Only Kdisun make this test. Only Edison can make this test,
because only the New Edison actually re-creates the human voice
an.l the music of human-played instruments with every tone quality
an 1 every shade of expression. Ordinary phonographs, and talking
machines, merely reproduce.
If you have not been fortunate enough, to witness an Edison
Tone Test, you may at least bear Edison's wonderful new pho~     lb8
nograpb at our store.   Make the time to suit your convenience,       -J,
"There's the Telephone!"
Promptness in answering the telephone is a mark of
courtesy shown the caller. It Is also a help to tlie operator
for it enables her to complete the call and to give her attention
to others.
Telephone calls  should be answered  promptly,  for  sometimes the calling person does not wait and "Hangs up."    If
this  hapens  the  subscriber  who  has  been  culled  should  not
. blame the operator 'when she asks him to "Excuse it, please."
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.
G. A. Fletcher Music Co.,    Cumberland, B.C
a
Soldiers Saved Sugar
The following is Illustrative of the
uses registration has been hy helping
the authorities in the control of alien
population: —
From the first photograph to reach
Canada. Showing him wearing his
new insignia as a Marshal of France
consisting of seven stars on each
sleeve, and four rows of oak leaves
on his cap.
One battalion at Niagara Camp, declares the Canada Food Board, is
credited with saving 1600 pounds of
sugar tn u month. Even the grease In
the camp kitchens is saved and Bold,
and there is always a market for good
dripping.
DR.   R,
P.  CHR
DENTIST
I8TI.E
Phone 1)6
Office:   KING BLOCK,
Cumberland, B.C.
TASTE is the TEST
of the DRINKS
THAT ARE BEST
Buy the products of the
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   BREWERIES,   LIMITED
Ask for the Brands that are the Best
Alexandra Stout k sure to satisfy.
U.B.C. Beer   The BeerV Quality.
Silver Top Soda Water I
CaSCade Beer.  The Beer Without a Peer:
ull line of Pure
Fruit Flavors.
UNION  BREWING CO.,   LTD.
NANAIMO, B.C. THE ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
•THREE
The Influenza Germ is in
Town!
He hates Fresh Air.   Buy an Electric Fan and keep
him o'it.
He cannot exist where there is plenty of Light. The
remedy is obvious.
Shiver in a cold room and he will Ret you for sure.
We have Electric Stoves, Electric Bed Warmers.
Wt are pleased to show you any of the above if you
care to call at our store; there are no germs there.
Cumberland Electric Lighting
Phone 75 Co., Ltd. p. O. 314
LONDON NEWSPAPERS ADVOCATE        DCllfllf i I    C AI C
SEIZURE OF FORMER EMPEROR KCMUI AL  OALC
COMMENCING SAT., NOV. 30
PARIS, Nov. 19.—General Henri
Phillip Petain, Commander-lnchlef ot
the French armies, has been appointed
a Marshal ot France, It was announced today. General Petain will enter
Metz this afternoon.
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 19.—Joseph F. Smith, President ot tbe Mormon Church, died here today.
PARIS, Nov. 19.—French troops
have reached the neighborhood otthe
Rhine on a front ot about thirty miles
from the Swiss frontier northward, it
was officially announced today. Large
quantities of war material and Allied
prisoners have fallen Into our hands.
STAR   LIVERY   STABLE
ALEX. MAXWELL, Proprietor
Autos for Hire.    Coal and Wood Hauling given very
prompt attention.    Furniture and Piano
Storage if desired.
Phones 4 and 61
Cumberland, B.C.
LONDON, Nov. 19.—Editorially, the
Daily Express and the Chronicle profess to see a plot by the Germans to
trick the Allies and to create a federation far exceeding in strength and
resource the former German Empire.
Tbe Express contends that the former
Kaiser is behind every move made by
Chancellor Ebert, former Chancellor
Maxlmillian and von Hindenburg, and
it lays stress upon the fact that tbe
Kaiser signed no formal abdication
and Issued no valedictory message.
This opinion is shared ln part at least
by a number of leading statesmen
here, including Lord Robert Cecil,
who ls said to believe that something
is brewing in Germany ln this direction. The Express adds that tbe facts
appear to indicate the existence of a
plan to provide for the return of William Hohenzollern to head a greatly
extended German federation . Such a
federation  would   undoubtedly  carry
the seeds of another world war. It
insists that the former emperor must
be seized and his activities curbed.
Rumors that William may possibly
return to Germany, supported by tho
Berlin Lnkal Auzelger, hint that the
would not be refused an entry into
that country, also have created a
considerable stir here. They are
featured by several of the morning
newspapers as creating all uncertain
situation which Is rendered more
doubtful by accounts of the activities
of German propagandists in several
countries. The fear mainly is that the
former emperor would sooner or later
become tho centre of a reactionary
movement In Germany when the present revolutionary storm has blown
over. There is everywhere agreement
in the Idea that the emperor's presence In Holland Is intolerable, and it
Is insisted that he must somehow be
made Impotent to do further mischief.
Belated advices from the Hague show
that the Socialists reiterated In parliament on Friday last their objections
to his presence, and demanded that he
be deported. The Dally Mail's correspondent at the Hague sends a dispatch saying there is evidence that a
German plot ls on foot to establish a
great German republic, including
Holland, in spite of the fact that 75
per cent, of the Dutch people are opposed to the scheme. How far the
Dutch Socialists and agitators are
mixed up ln the aoheine ls uncertain,
although they are undoubtedly playing a hand in the game of German republicanism. It ls manifest, the dispatch adds, that the schemers are at
the bottom of the disturbances In
Switzerland.
This Is nil Genuine Ueiiriinco Sale of Dry Hoods at Prices which In sonic
cases are below the Wholesale Prices of these ('mills today.
SUITS!    SUITS!    SUITS!    SUITS!
A remarkable value in Serge and grey mixture Tweed Suits for women
and Misses, value to $37.00. Tliene are exceptionally tine Suits and really
worth many dollars more than we as't for them, fashioned with smart tailored collars and loose belted effects, with box pleats and flared effects, and
lined with a splendid quality of satin.   Toolear all out at      $26.96
SILKS
Colored Messallne Silks is one ot the nioiit popular Silks for present
wear.   Only a few plocos ln different shades, ut per yard  91.26
Colored Silk Taffeta. A beautiful Taffeta, and nt thin price a roal
bargain. Per yard  $1.5"
Colored Silk Poplins. This Is one of the hlggost sellers tills season.
Wonderful value at per yard   t\M
Silk Crepe de Chene.   Only a tew shades of this fashionable silk loft, width
36ln. to 40ln.   Sale Price per yard  8,1c. lo (1.10
American Crepe de Chene, 42ln. wide, colors sky, lavender, rose and black.
Removal Sale per yard  60c.
Novelty Striped 811k.   Your choice of an assortment of beautiful Novelty
Silk ln a variety of new shades and colorings.   To clear at per yard.... 12.25
Dress Goods
Corduroy  Velveteens.    Here are values of two years  ago,  in  varieties of
fashionable shades, 271n. wide.   Sale Price per yard  75c.
Only a few pieces of Dress Goods left. 3Sin. wide.   Sale Price per yard....75c.
Reversible Plaid Coatings, 54ln. wide.   Sale Price per yard  W.7.1
Prints and Ginghams.   A good choice of striped and checked lo choose from.
To clear out at per yard..
Wc.
D. Campbell's
Meat Market
Young Steer Beef,
tender and juicy.
Veal, Pork and Mutton.
—SPECIALS —
Cambridge Pork Sausage
Home-made Sausage
Polish Sausage
Veal Loaf
Boiled Ham
Ham Bologna
Headcheese.
Have you tried our Pickled Pork
and Corned Beef?    It is delicious.
Each Thursday morning from now
on a full line of Fresh Fish will be
on hand.
. License No. 9-3902
T. D. McLEAN
Watchmaker and Jeweller
Agent for the  HARMONOLA
All the latest Books,  Magazines
and Periodicals.
Dunsmuir Ave. Cumberland, B.C.
CUMBERLAND   HOTEL
WM.   MERRIFIELD,   Proprietor.
GOOD ACCOMODATION
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Dunmnuir Ave..      Cumberland, B.C.
Canada Food Board License No. 10-4986
FOR
Fire, Life and
Accident Insurance
THOS. H. CAREY
— Cumberland, B.C.
NOTICE
MAIN GERMAN BATTLE FLEET SURRENDERS TO BRITISH GRAND FLEET
Children Coats
In the County Court of Nanaimo holden at Cumberland, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE that, by an order of
His Honor Judge Barker, made the
13th day of November, 1918, I was
appointed Administrator of the estate
of John Baptlsta Fassio, deceased, and
all parties having claims against the
said estate are hereby required to
furnish same, properly verified, on or
before the 15th day of January, A.D.
1919, and all parties indebted to the
said estate are required to pay the
amount of their indebtedness to me
forwith. WESLEY WILLARD,
Ollicial Administrator.
NOTICE
In the County Court of Nanaimo holden at Cumberland, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE that, by an order of
His Honor- Judge Barker, made the
13th day of November, 1918, I was
appointed Administrator of the estate
of Young Kung Hie, alias Quong Kee,
deceased, and all parties having
claims against lite said estate are
hereby required to furnish same, properly verified, on or before the 15th
day of January, A.D. 1919, and all
parties indebted to the said estate are
hereby required to pay the amount of
their Indebtedness to me forthwith.
WESLEY WILLARD,
Official Administrator.
NOTICE
Charlie Sing Chong
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Crockeryware and
General Merchandise.
CHARLIE SING CHONG, Cumberland
HONG CHONG & CO., Bevan.
In the County Court of Nanaimo holden at Cumberland, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE that, by an order of
His  Honor Judge Barker, made the
13th  day  of  November,  1918,  1  was
appointed Administrator of the estate
, of Giiiconia Giordana, deceased, and
all parties having claims against tlie
Haiti   estate   are   horehy   required to
furnish same, properly verified, on or
before the 18th day of Junuiiry, A.D.
1919, nnd nil parties Indebted to the
| said estate are  required to pay  tho
amount of their  Indebtedness to me
forthwith.
WESLEY WILLARD,.
Official Administrator.
New Home Bakery
Fresh Bread, Cakes,
Pies, etc.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty
NEW HOME BAKERY
J. HALLIDAY
Dunsmuir Ave.,      Cumberland.
License No. 5-1172
Royston Lumber Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LUMBER
Slab Wood (double load)...$4.00
Marocchi Bros.
LONDON, Nov .21.—The German
fleet, as stated ln the terms of the
armistice with Germany, was surrend
ered today to the Allies.
This announcement was made officially by the Admiralty this afternoon.
The statement reads: "The main
German fleet surrendered at 9.40
o'clock this morning."
The surrender was made to the British Grand Fleet, commanded by Admiral Sir David Beatty. Tbe American battle squadron and French
cruisers and destroyers participated
in the ceremony. The point of the
rendezvous was between thirty and
forty miles east of May Island, opposite the Firth of Forth.
Under the armistice the Germans
were to surrender 10 dreadnoughts, 6
battle cruisers, 8 light cruiserB, and
50 destroyers.
Allied warships to the number of
four hundred, the biggest fleet ever
assembled, met th'e Germans.
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PARIS, Nov. 21.—There ls reason to
believe that among the questions to
be settled at the Initial conversations
between the Allied statesmen will be
whether Germany shall be allowed to
take part ln the proceedings around
the Peace table, or wbether she shall
be treated merely aa a criminal
brought up to receive sentence.
Another question that will receive
the closest attention by the Allied
ministers, as, Indeed, it is receiving
here at present, is tbo future of German Austria. All indications tend to
.show that there is a distinct movement In German Austria ln favor ot
absorbing all that Is left of the Hapn-
burg Empire into tho Germanic confederation, no matter what political
form that organization may take in
tlie near future. At the same time
the movement In certainly not general
and Austrians are much divided ou
tho question.
Obviously, Germany would be even
stronger than before the war If German Austria came completely Into her
hands, as would be the case in the
event of an absorption of this kind.
To win Austria would largely atone
ln German eyes for the loss ot both
Poland and the Rhine provinces.   On
the other hand, inclusion of German
Austria under the flag of the German
confederation would undoubtedly render much easier the solution of the
future of the whole left bank of the
Rhine.
Girls' Coats, in sizes to fit from 2 to 6 years, made of Corded Velveteen;
comes ln different shades   #8.90
Misses' Coats, in sizes to fit from 12 to 15 years, made in heavy weight, such
Tweed mixtures and Gabardine, a good value for the money #10.95
Silk Skirts, values to $10.00.   This Removal Sale #7.90
Skirts (or everyday wear, in fine Tweed and assorted shades, values up to
$6.50.    To clear out at    #2.95
Ladies Underskirts
VANCOUVER, Nov. 21—An elaborate lumber and timber development
scheme planned for the benefit of Returned Soldiers ls being perfected
here. Sir Douglas Cameron, former
lleut.-governor of Manitoba, is the
moving spirit ln the enterprise. The
plan ls for Returned Soldiers to organize a powerful corporation to be
known probably as The Returned
Soldiers' Co-operative Lumber Co.,
supplying the capital necessary and
securing employment In its enterprises. This will afford, it ls stated,
an equalled opportunity for the returned soldiers to engage In a profitable undertaking and one that will
permit of rapid expansion and the
earning of an adequate Income immediately.
Though veterans may have lost au
arm or leg, they will still be able to
carry on tbe work, some of them acting as salesmen. The markets of all
the Canadian provinces and the United States are open for the business
product, and in a short time the field
would undoubtedly be extended to
countries overseas.
Black Sateen Under skirts, a good quality, at  95c.
White Embroidered Underskirts, value $2.50. To clear at  95c.
If you are working bard for your dollars you wlll do well not to miss those
bargains.
Ladles' Underwear ln all weights and qualities, valued from 40c. to $2.75, to
clear out at from  15c. to #1.75
Large Overall Aprons, made of heavy prints and ginghams, each 80c.
Sweater Coats
Ladles' Sweater Coats, made of pure wool, In plain and striped collar and
cuffs, with sash, values to $12.50.   To cloar at $7.95
Another quality of Brushed Wool, value to $9.00.   Sale Price #1.85
A fine range ol Silk Waists, styles are up to the minute, from ....#1.95 to #8.95
Good White Drill Mlddys, beautiful styles, values to $2.75.    To clear....#1.85
Children's Jerseys, all wool, colors navy and cardinal, size 1 to 7 years ...95c.
Ladies' Serge Dresses
Thooe exclusive Serge Dresses are below today's wholesale pricos. They
are fresh in from the East, and one has only to sec their chic smartness and
feel the quality ot themnferlal to realize that they are really wonderful
value at  # 19.5(1
Another display of Peplins, Accordeon 1'lenls and other pleasing ailorn-
ments. all of good styles; and are particularly the vogue for Fall and present
wear, showing roll collar and self buttons, trimmings. In many shinies. Just
the prettiest dress effect ln many years at this really wonderful value   #10.85
WINNIPEG, Nov. 21.—Canadian
labor wlll demand a six-hour day and
live days a week, when the Dominion
Trades Congress executives meet the
Cabinet officials at Ottawa on Nov. 26.
PRINCE ALBERT, Nov. 21.-Dr.
Jervals, or Gervas, alleged lender of
a gang believed to have murdered.
Sheriff's Officer James McKay and
Charles Ilorsely, a soldier member nf
n pursuing posse, was arrested at his
farm at daybreak yesterday by Sergt.
Klttruck, who placed the handcuffs on
hi while he slept. He said he knew
nothing of the murders or the presence of other men on his place.
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PARIS, Nov. 21.—King George and
Queen Mary of England wlll visit
Paris this month.
Ladies' Wear
Georgette Crepe.   Good range In quality and simile, Klin, wide, value to
$3.00.   To clear out at per yard #1,50
White Heavy llabute Silk, 36ln. wide.   To clear out at por yard 75c.
Colored llabute Silk, por yard  50c.
Ladles 'Hosiery, 25 dot, only, values 85c, per pair.   To dear out at I5r.
line Cashmere Hose, Llama, values tn $1.11, per pair.   To clear nut nt   "Or.
Children*' Sweater Coals, sizes 1 to 10 yearn   #1.75
While Curtain Muslin, 2Kln. wide, value 80c. per yard.   To clear nt 19c.
I). tt A. Corsets.   This Is a quality which Is wll known all over the Dominion
of Canada for Its wearing qualities,   ('nines in different sizes.  Tn clear   #1.75
 #1.10
Grocers and
Bakers
Cumberland and Courtenay, B.C.
License No. 8-25489
UNION HOTEL
OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION.
First Class Accommodation.     Heated
throughout by Electricity.
WILLIAM   JONES
Cumberland, B. C.
License No. 10-1006
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Boys' Corduroy Bloomer Pants, selling out at   	
Mens and Boys Hose
Boys' Hlhlied Hose, values 50c. o 70c.   To clear out at  35c.
Men's Pants, values to WUWI.   Selling out at one price #3.85
Men's Cotton and Lisle Hose, valuc» to 40c. per pair 5 pairs for #1.0(1
Men's Natural Merino Cnderwear, regular $1.50.   Selling out nt    #1.00
5 doi. Black Cashmere Sox.   Selling out at  tlie,
150 Wash Shirts to clear out at   95c.
EZZY  &  HADDAD
THE FAIR DEAL STORE
Stock
Entirely
New
Come and Inspect.
*You are Welcome
Whether
You Buy
or Not. FOUR
THE 'ISLANDER. CUMBERLAND, B.C.
OBITUARY
Elizabeth McLellan, aged 16 years,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McLellan, died at the Emergency Hospital on Tuesday morning. At the
time of taking ill with the Spanish Influenza the deceased was assisting in
the work of taking care of the patients
at the Hospital, mid was in ciiarge of
tlie furnace. The funeral took place
on Tuesday from the undertaking
parlors of Thos. E. Banks to the Cumberland Cemetery, Rev. Fred Comley
officiating.
PRV/IT
PftSTRV
DRIPPING
Ior Bll3VTT6ft
THE FOODS W6 [      THE POODS THE-
OVGHT TO i/SblGi'SOLDIERS NEED
Mary Watson, aged 29 years, wife
of Thomas Watson, died at the Emergency Hospital on Tuesday evening.
Tlie deceased loaves a husband and
child to mourn her loss.
George llevls, aged III years, died at
the Emergency Hospital on Wednesday morning. The deceased leaves a
wife und three children to mourn his
loss.
Tlie joint funeral took pluce on
Thursday afternoon from the residence of Mr, and Mrs. Nat Bevis on
Penrith Ave., to the Cumberland Cemetery, Hev. Jas. Hood officiating.
CARD OF THANKS
Words cannot express our appreciation to those who have been with us
in our sad bereavement, and by kind
words and kindly acts have tried to
lessen our sorrow, we extend our sincere thanks. Mr. and Mrs. William
McLellan and Family.
CARD OF THANKS
To all the friends whose sympathy
and services were so kindly tendered
at the death of my husband I desire
to extend my sincere thanks. Mrs. T.
G. Montgomery.
"I'M" SITUATION MUCH BETTER
There is a decided improvement in
the Fin situation to that of a week
•ago. Several of our citizens who have
iiecn confined to their homes are now
fully recovered and around again, nt-
tendlng ot their duties. A number of
the employees of the Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Ltd., are returning
lo their work and the output of the
local mines is beginning to increase.
We are getting back to normal conditions, nnd at n preliminary meeting of
tho Board of Health on Friday evening the opening of the hotels at the
beginning of the week was given a
favorable consideration, and, should
tlie conditions improve in the next
three or four dayB, the theatres and
other public meeting places will undoubtedly he thrown open during the
latter part of next week.
The epidemic has played havoc witli
the output of the local mines. There
were days (luring the past three weeks
when 50 to 76 per cent, of the employees were absent and the output was
reduced to a similar extent. On several occasions the production went
down us low as 25 per cent, of the
usual output and business wns at a
standstill.
Our prospects for the coming week
seems, to he much brighter. There are
only four cases at the Emergency
Hospital, and nil are doing well, with
iioiie iii a serious condition,
From the time the Hospital was
opened some four weeks ago there
have been ilti patients admitted, four
dcullis, 58 discharged fully recovered,
und lour patients nt. present receiving
treatment there.
Latest reports sny that -Miss Hilda
WatBon is now making rapid recovery.
Patients In the vicinity adjacent to
Cumberland are reported to be doing
well. With peace, and the "Flu" at
an end we will soon recover.
It is expected that the ban against
public gatherings will be lifted in this
city and vicinity during the latter
part of the coming week, and it has
been suggested that the churches have
a combined Thanksgiving Service in
tlie llo Ilo Theatre next Sunday evening. It is probable that something
will be done In that direction in the
event of the closed order being removed before Sunday, December 1st.
CARD OF THANKS
We, the undersigned, jointly wish to
thank all those who expressed their
sympathies with us in the time of
sorrow, also those who sent flowers,
etc. MRS. GEO. BEVIS
MR. THOMAS  WATSON
LONDON, Nov. 22.—Gen. Rawlinson,
in an order of the day, dated November U, says: "The Fourth Army Is
ordered to participate In the occupation of the Rhine districts. I ask you
men from all parts of the Empire,
when on German territory, to show
the world that British soldierss, unlike those of Germany, do not wage
war against women and children. I
rely on your sustaining the army's
fair name."
CARD OF THANKS
To the friends who came to us in
our hour of rouble and contributed all
that human kindness could suggest to
help and comfort, we return most
heartfelt thanks, and although such
devoted friendship cannot remove the
sad memories that linger around our
vacant chair, it brings into view the
brightest side of humanity and throws
the pure light of an unselfish friendship   into   dnrltoliod   homes.      May   Hie
day be far distant when those friends
who gathered  around  us   will   need
misllar attention .lint when the time
comes may they receive the same full t
measure of generous aid and tender
sympathy they brought to our home
when death was an inmate there.
Airs. E. J. HUNDEN.
Mr. and Mrs. DAVID HUNDEN
u.s. bom: dry after next june
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.—President
Wilson signed today the Food Stimulation Bill, carrying the bone dry
rider. It provides that no Intoxicants
shnl lbe manufactured after May 1,
1919, during the war and tlle demobilization period, nnd that no intoxicants
shall he sold after June 30, 1919, for
the same period.
At the funeral of the late Evan
John Hunden the following floral tributes are acknowledged: Wreaths,
Mrs. E. J. Hunden and son, Mr. and
Mrs. David Hunden and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Richards, and Mr.
and Mrs Thomas Edwars, of Vancouver; Sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Cessford, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. W. Shearer and
family, and Mr. Fred Pickard.
LONDON, Nov. 22.—The French occupied Budapest, capital of Hungary,
on Sunday, il was announced here today.
GREAT DISCOUNT SALE
FOR FOUR DAYS ONLY
From November Sili to November 12th
l.V.i to 20$ Discount un ull  Dry Goods,  Boots
and Shoes, Silks, Clothing and Ready-to-Wear
Gai merits,
K.   ABE   &   CO.
THE FURNITURE STORE
Complete House Furnishers
For values in Furniture. Beds, Spring Mattresses,
Linoleums, Carpets. Wallpapers,
Crockery and Enamelware
STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS
A.   McKINNON
OLD TIMER PASSES AWAY.
It is with regret that we havbe to
announce the sudden death of William
0. Harrison. The deceased was on the
street yesterday In his usual health,
attending to his duties us manager ot
tho Cumberland & Union Waterworks
Company, and was supervising the
laying of the water mania on the new
Canadian Collieries townsite. At nine
o'clock on Friday evening lie wns in
the I'ostolllce receiving bis mall as
usual, and at a half an hour past
midnight this morning he was dead.
Medical attention was summoned tint
It Was of no avail, lie died of heart
failure In bin filth year.
Tho late Mr. Harrison was no old
time respected citizen, lie wus weigh
matter for it. Dunsmuir & Sons at
Wellington thirty years ago, nnd
moved to this city about twenty years
ago, occupying a similar position with
what was known at that time as the
Union Mines. The last few years he
has been manager of of tho local
waterworks, and wns also a heavy
shareholder in the same company.
He leaves to mourn his loss a widow
two sons and two daughters.
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THE   BIG   STORE
Buy Goods at The Big Store
Save Money for Victory Bends
'I here Is absolutely mi doubt about Ihe values you get at The Dig Store.
In many caso.i we are selling goods b'.ow what it would cost us lo buy the
same goods today wholesale.
Take KlunllOlcttcs far il sample: We can give you good values in both
white and striped Flannelette from 25c. to -lac.'per yard, goods Unit ure
quoted at from 2!ic. to 55c. by the while.,aie houses today, We are giving
you the benellt of our foresight in buying ahead.
Ladies' Fall Coats
Vie have had a must HiiccoBful Sanson, in faot, one or the best, owing
to our large stock und early buying. We have been able to save you
many dollnra on your Fall Cost. n
Our Full Stock embraces some very good lines in staple Tweed Coats
at very Special Prices.
Wools!   Wools!   Wools!
Vie have a Consignment of the well known Banner Worth Wools, also
the Monarch Wools, in grey and khaki, liuy early as we have only a II111-
iied supply.
For Men
Wc huvc nn "Extra Special Navy Serge," fast dye Suit In all sizes for
$85.0(1.    We Invite comparison.
Have you tried our Famous Tiger Brand of heavy underwear, known
from coaat to coast? We have three weights, and our prices are low,
comparing today's  values.
White Rubber Boots
Giles good hard wear.   Just the kind to keep your feel dry.
Price por pair, $6.50
Youths' and Boys' Suits
Copploy Noycs & ltandull, whose line we carry, is considered one of
the best In Canada. Our stock a present Is very heavy, comprising all the
smartest lines on tbe market. We invite you to examine nnd compare our
values, when you will be convinced that you can save money by buying
here.
Ludtcs' Cashmere Hose, Penman's make,—null said. Several Qualities
at 75c, 05c, and if 1.25 per pair.
Hoys' Worsted Hose, all sizes, 75c, and 05c. per pair.
Silk Hose, in all the new colorings at keen prices.
SPECIALS IN OCB (JKOCEHV DEPARTMENT
Sprustex Mop and Polish Specials for one week, ending Nov. 1(1.
Sprustex Mops, reg. $1.00 85c.
Sprustex Hop-Pads' reg. 00c 45c.
Sprustex Polish, quarts, reg. $1-00 $1,110
Sprustex Polish, 12oz„ reg. 50c !l5c.
Sprustex Polish, 4oz., reg. 25c 15c.
Have you tried our Fresh Ground Coffee lately?   It Is delicious.
License No. S-1S321
SIMON LEISER & CO.,
LIMITED.
THE   BIG   STORE.
Phone 3-8
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behind the skirts of a woman. Queen
Willielmlnii of Holland, awaiting
whatever fate the Allies will deal out
to blm.
A. STANFORD,
MOTOR GARAGE
Corner Fourth & Maryport
Repairs Executed Efficiently
and Promptly.
THE  KING  (OWES   TO   HIS   OWN
AGAIN
BRUSSELS, Nov. 22—Albert the
Triumphant entered Ills capital today.
His Qjbeh and their children were
present. In the brilliant autumn sunshine was enacted this soul-stirring
climax to history's most stupendous
drama, which reads like the scenario
of a classic play. Albert Is the hero,
and the former kaiser is the villain
who tried to steal his kingdom alid
become master of the world.
Today the bunds were playing and
trumpets blaring in Joy-mad Brussels.
Tbe King has reconquered his capital,
while the villain la a fugitive lying
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linn works from sun lo sun,
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If so, try
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Will not injure the most delicate fabric 01 irritate
a sensitive skin.
ONLY    PROCURABLE    AT
MUMFORDS GROCERY
Licence No. 8-17268.

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