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 w.  l'*4krMI'll��.lk,'<-w�� ���.��� ��-*,-��*. .1. inwiia....    .nrian    .,�����-.il.*hil*a��i.iii iii����"*k*i ���*��--��-. v-*wi..-u ��< v*li'**����.*-��*��''**'��*'^*--aa^  Vol. 7 Alberni- B.C., Friday, April 16, 1915  No, 8  ���*>*WMtm'M*-^*l��'*fllf*ai��^  g**wr^����mm��iHrt (���������.-kWBPOT^ xemamasm^mm^tjsmiiamm.  peller;s  KtHk'Ush (Irown Flowpr iiini Vi^i'isiblo tua-iitf.  Hitflii'Ht (Ir-pUs ' Kull.V 'IWiiul.  Nothing in iiiorc tin-sttllHrnclory tlintblo Itnvc .vont* H'irik'n  full U'diUiHi' of jHUipspimI. In K'tnlonln;;, iiIjovp nil lltltttfs,  it- jHt.v�� U> .ifi- 'nil'* iU'jiST. Tln�� ililtfi'iMici! in pr!i:i�� Ik hiipiII  in rt-sults iuHiictis'*.' 'Tln'��i�� ml'imIm iu'o'uNpt'i'Sdily si'tectcil for  Hi'Stisli C'oliinililu,   .  PINKO & TRUSWELL - - Druggists and Stationers  TOURISTS MM  RIFTING NORTH  omas  AH Lots north of Virginia. Avenue  , from $50 to $100 each, - Liberal  discounts to parties purchasing five  or more.   Act quickly, mnko your  *     selection now;  JAS.  R. "MOTION  1-Jotii IChIuIu nml luHiimntio  Phono ��1, Alberni P.O. Hox 118  ammsmm  K. 0. Angirn, Km**-.  lion, Robt. Wttcknyv  . C. K. tfotimer, User.  II. N.Di'itmmond, Esq  EStABUSHED 1817  OOAJU)   OF   DIRBCTOK0     *-  H. V, Meredith, K��q��� iVeiihtimt,  Ei il. Qrflt-mtddnids, E��q. Sir Wra,  Mucdotiald  Hit* Tittn*. Obnughneuay, K.C.V.O, David Morrlo*, K��-j,  A. ilnuntfjarten, Ktoj. C. II. Contort, Ihq. ���  D. Fot-b** Annus, Ewq. Win, McMa-urnr, E*��|  Sir FREDERICK WILLIAMS-TAYLOR, General Manager.  Hanker*, in Canada ami Umdon, Kiitf., foi" tho,. Canadian (bivorniuont,-  tiraiH'inoi, mitabllikbmi ihr-iiijrhout Cumula aitd Newfoundland, at, oach uf  whioh In a  Savings Department  where tlopmiltK of 4l.ix> and upward are rotmlvod and Iniorosi allowed id  lillfhi-m eurrmitratos.  Havings Ihtpuriiiieniuoumiuit.'/lvoii np.ndid adomlon  (J. HWKKNY, ��** *���*���', l'HITOIIAIin,  Hupi. tit lii-idtli (Niliiiulilit Ib'ttticlicii. MiniMMitr  VANCOUVIill.  Al.linifNI.  i*i >| 4au*i xi uiMHic<--*<,iaJi*-i  *j-A -J***: V****Mta**i,  Corporation Of  Tho Ciiy Of Alberni,  N'OTK'l', i�� lioroby ��ivon tiiitt n hll-  tlnjr* nf (lio Court of HoviMen, for tho  purpose nf iieitPlnt' iMiiupliihits iiKithwt.  iiu* ns>��e*>siiii'itls ui* outdo for tlio year  I.M.1, will bit hold in ih.K'umu'il Chain*,  hop, Alberni. il. <*'. <ui Monday, May .1,  Hi).'., in pi;'H) ,,, i���,  ��� Any person ilosiHitj*- ,*> inid.o coin-  plaliii iiKalnsi tin* i*al��l ussensuiont  uitJM j-lvt* -jitiiico in wrliin.f iu the  ic--it'hM)r, hint in*; cause, at least' tmi  days prior tO'tlm hluhif.' of tim said  Dated at Albornl, II. t:.,   this P.Ub  day of Marcli, IIH.'��.  P. It. C. Hay no  AhKHIi'iOr.  Wor Tax.  From now on two cunts in stamps  must Im utuniii'd In all cheques, notes,  hftvlhjfulianlt receipts, b|li*M)f oxchniitfo,  money oi*dor�� anil traveler.-: clicnumi.  Tho bunk lias nn anthurlty tu fdilx a  Mump vvlilch tlio malt or of any nf  tlie-ao InstrunmnH has, tie/jliTled to  alllx.   IVnuliy fornoifloct i?.r��(i,  When In doul>t��.uak( tho Hank Man-  ��ii'0P. '        ' j '���'.'.."   -:  Lottor mall: Ono oonl, oxlra on post  oartlH and Jotuit'H. Put on tiio "War  Stamp" xpooltdly prlniml for that purpose, but romendmr tlio "War'Kitiiiin"  ifi not (food for tho entire* postaifo. i'nt  on tlio rej-idur .stamp as imtitd and add  tiio ''War .Stamp."  Wiion In doubt ask tho Pasituaator.  Wtsddlng Holb.  Mr, IO: M, Wliyio iit(s jimi fottinA'd  frimi a vjn.lt to V'ictinia vviiere ho weui  in aitcml llin vveiliiliij,- of hl��* sb,|t*p,  ,Mlhi |'*��iniy F, Wliyio, tu Mr. duhn l'\  Heitfrt'o, of Vioturla, Tho t'orviuouy  was pepffii'iiu-tl by Itev.   jjoslio Cja,V tit  Un* hiiuio of (lie bride. Ntiinm'umi and  iioaidUdl lU'i'iolds teslllled ii< (lie pap-  isJapity uf tin* newly vvetidoU cijuple,  vviio, afttfp a toisp uf tho nmlidatid, vvjl)  tuko up tliolr rmildenco at- (.Vilitr fi111  Uuml.   On Wodm-Mtay hist ibn Mun-m of Hi.  Aitdrow-i C'hiiroh, wan tho w-iam of u  very t|uiat- but. very prolty weddiii'.f  wiion Mr. Art her l)otii,-la>s McLeod ami  Mlsx Airmn. Cavora (Hii'vot*, vvepc  married by Hov, Jit molt Oiinrtithiir-i.  Tim hrldo ami i*rooni worn ainuiiff  tho most popular of tlio youno; pimple  of (inr city mui tim Advoeato joins  their ninny friends' In oxtontUnju' ail  i^imd ivifdimt.  Voico Of Authority.  Tlio Voice of Authority ivu.-i heard  tho otliop nh'litut (lie Lonl-Hest Hid!  vvliepo It fiitccooiioil in pUuLHitijkfti-' la;*|-o  amlionco for'one ni^lit, hnt-.tiio V'olco  of Authority which i.loiuatul�� tlio tondor  juicy andlbdi^litfid' cutfi ���provide*.' by  Mr. A, Hocliostor, the family butcher,  In board ovory day and all tho tlmo,  and tho asidloneos who litvuni to this  voleo Hro just m vvoll plousod and  happy ax tho one at tho hall the other  ulj-ht. ThtP Vol��� of.'Authority do*  luaiulN lii^'li chiNH moat, Mr. HocJii'.'Uor  provldos It,  From VU'lui'la cunit'i lite ropnrt tliat  (In* Miiuincr tourist, nailm U alpoady  bej-iiiniii'; ami tho mlvtmco ^tiaril uf  tiio ihoiis'intli who liavt* llockml vvoat  lo tlio I'uiiiiiiKi-l'aelllc F.vpuNliloii liavo  taken die Mortliepii rent, and muiio uf  Uieiii havo hoon ���aiioinlhs^ part uf tho  vacation in Victoria. Tho HtronjioMt  prmif tliattho inlltix 1ms bito/un from  (lie oilier side In tho faot that tlioro In  tnoi'o Unlieil Statusjjold ho!u<* pin. into  oirenlntinn horn Juki at present than  thorn haw boon for a loritf tlmo.  Mtoridcoittnti'N hnvtr b^eii nmolvlntf  tho star ^drdt'il toi'bi anil tho double-  (llltlo lu payiiKMituf |hirolia*s('!i. 'J'rnv-  oloiHohofiwoH uhtttlnixl in tho United  Mi atos and casht'd in tho Moiv-i also in*  dlcato tho ppoHcimo nf tho totirlHt.  Tiiohi) who liavo loulual furward tu  tim lnm-iMKo of tho luurlht. ltravol to  Victuria thi.t year batm tholr oidmda*  tluDri for mi hmroUi-ttul bii**lno.'..i froi.i  luurlhtH on tim faut that tlio Ar.u'i'lvan  continent la thi> unly piano tldx year  .for tho Aint'i'loaiiH to travel. F.uropo  imlnjf hurrmJ tlirou^b tim war tho  Aiiiorluiinu who vvuiilil uthorwlso "oroKH  ilii�� jkhmI" am fur mm year nulnjf ��*ointi.  Ililn/' uf tiiolp own ootmU'.v and C'auiiila,  A lit tin lultu'i|idtoa iiunilior uf thown  tutirhttK, will ilm! their wuy to othor  jiurlK of tin* i*��!ttii(i, and thou Allierui  tihuiild Kot /Its xlitifo i��/ tho tratllo.  What aru wo ilninj,** to ultraot ItV ���  Trout Running.  Of lido, dchpltc tho iium)ictt|i ul lil^li  wator, sdiiio linn trout hnvuboon lakon  lii'thu Human Uiver bol-wooniho innuth  uf IvUtuiokiUN t"?ri"tilc and tlio papor  mill dam. Hurliii,' tho lirlicht weiuhur  tiioho llnh wore taklni/ tho lly froOly  but ftiucu tbn rimom, ('(dun thoy liavo  jibuiv n a i|ividor liklnif for illo Jtinall  xpuon, anil tlio K|ilnuop. ..An' oxainimi*  tion uf rmuio of ibrt llil'lll lish iliiit liavo  boon uutitfhf- kIiowh that tltoy have  Imon fot'dhift uu uiliinuwit to a lai'K'o  (���i-dom, - and any htdtM of lid* kind  (���iiould kill ut tho proimut tlmo. Tho  irutit arn rather loan an yot hut llklt  tip to four and one half puunUi, liavo  boon takoii vyllldn tho vvook.  No ropni'tii have- como in bund fro in  Mct-'uy Jiidtn and llahihrlOtfo Lake a*,  yot, hut buiue uf the autallur lakm.  liavo (eIvtii jjootl aptirt u> ilniso who  iriotl tlimit jtmt Imfnro ilm lust pidu,  Thoy (ire prolmbly too liljjfh now,  Schoolo Qptm,  AH ilm inibiio nohools uivoinm a'.;idu  altor ilie i'lusier Itolhtuys. and tiio  t'lilldpeif are now uu ilio ia��i lap of tho  race Inr the Siiimuor vaoutiuns, TJio  jtioparidory oliih* front Alberni will  emitiiiito ut tho Port JIi-.fi> Kcitoul fur  lite roiuaiiidop of liio tiuihun, with the  iiinlt'i'hliitltUiii; (bat iio,\i your an I'ltupl,  will be ninth* tu keep thuoo ptipil'i al  houiii.  All reports appourto Imlleato that  tltu piti^pmet of tho nchuol for tlio Winter ha-t boon tuvy t>ull*.fiu;ii*ry, mid  that llut children are wol! up lo tho  hiiuulurd of tho i/ouorid ronidrenieiu.s,  MORE LETTERS  FROM M HON  VOICE OF  Runoia Busy.,  April !2. (Itutclun O0lehd)-.-Iu ttin  (Airputldan.-i tho ouomy aliiickud our  advajK'Sui,' forces ou tho southern *lopot��  of tlio nioiintidn rttujre, but woro ro-  .ptilsoil. TowHrd l/V.itk wo captured  Mivoral iifi-^lil-s, taking l.tKM.) prtsoiK'r.s  and l intioliliio yuiia.  Moro Rocruits.  Loudon, April 12.--.A U\ft cani|)idj;n  tb got nmrultJri, for Kltcimnop'a , army  wftf stttrtod in Jvondon yostordtty.  Til ron I'll tho ii Indues of Mr. ami  Mi'K. 10, it, CAW wo tt ru nl-1 it th I ft wook  to prOiStmt, tho KiilniUtnco of two lutt-ors  which iiuvo Imon rocoivotj from tholr  (tun Keith who Ih In tho trouohoK at  tho worStorn hattlo front, Tlioso Inttora  boar out In umny ways tho others  which liavo boon pulillshod, nml from  all of thorn it is (julto ovklont that tho  Albornl boya aro "doloff their bit" unit  doitiiff It oxti'omnly well. Thoy ull  (sound a contented auto no far an tho  ouU'oiuo of tho war la conoorui'd, and  itiako it qulto nvl-Jout that our hoyn  huvo dropped into tlio hunt/ of tlio war  ifttiuo vory jtroiupily.  KiiltlitJIll wrltoHus followdi: "Wo aro  in tho thick of it now, andldoni ffot  iiiuch Hum to wrltit, <*�� wo art) in tho  irouohm. an tnuoh as wo aro out of  thorn. Wo tiro #ntllnjf prolty, 'woll  used to tho Oi'liiff now. 1 httvo fh'od  (luito a fow Hhota at tlio (JoruiaiiH, hit  1 t.oii't know If I have kllioil uuy of  thoiu or not. 1 Kot hold of a Gorman  rllln and ammunition tho othor day,  until used it to shoot at thoin with,  Thlssavod my own from k'ottinjf dirty,  I don't know what tlioy would any if  thoy know wo woro aliootlng ut thorn  with tholr own rllUm.  , Tho troiiohun aro ho oIomj that wo  yoll back am! forth io ono uuothor all  ilio tlmo, Tho tnohtof tlmiu oan apoak  Ktiejltdi NtMvo can loll what thoy are  nay luw.  1 am tooling lino uiy-ml., und ^ottinif  nloiijkf tlia��*J Thin cuiiiury miff hi ho all  I'lybt in peaoo Unio*, hut Ik miro badly  baiiiiri'ti u|i jiiht at pro.'Uint'. I kwm  thoy will huiiii it up uvula when tho  war Ih oyer. 1 wl��h it was ovor now  hnctntjsn 1 would,illtn io ho hank auioriff  tho ^iiibor and tlio luoimudnt*..^ I am  /fottliiff tired of thia Nottlod ruutitry.  I wuri tdtovvl*')',' tlio iiluturiis whioh you  sent mo to tho bny>, and thoy woro ail  wlHlihiff "thoy could jfoi* Intok to tho  oldlifo. Woll 1 will linliihthls lottor  and K<d. mhuo xloup."  Thiv uoxt lottor from Kolth won m  follows:  "l i��''��t Myrtlo'tf lottor tlio othor  nif^ht, and was t-lnd to hour ilml you  aro all woll, Kiio wanted tu know  whoro 1 would bo when I ffot tho lot-  tor. You our, toll hur I wan in tho  Ufjiiclieif. I wuh on ffuard lyukitlif  ovor a huiidh of uttnil baif.s at liio (tor-  man Hue'- when { |fol tho lottor. Wo  am jfotilnjf aloun lino, and huvo takon  part hi ono Imtilo. Wo nro Kntiiuff  ppoiiy vvoll muxl to tho llrliiff now nml  don't, |*ay inuoli at ten! Ion to it. 1 luul  a mi ml bag sjilh in In.If rlj-ht by my  oar tiio other day. Tho btiltot win.  plt'iny I'luto nnotigh for mo I run toll  yon. Wo bad tine I ml shot tim hint  (lino wo woro in tin* tronohofi, but wn  hnvit been prmty luckv m Uw, and t  litipo vvo will roiiudi, that way, for It  is noai'ly ai bad to Mm ymtp iiali got  ishot, aw It would bo io f��'ut shot your-  Klllf.  Wo aro havinj* j��*ooiJ woathor now,  ��o it Is not so hud as it was, and the  mud is drying up fast.  Tlio roinalntler of tho lottor is tuJcon  up with fjorautml mattors, but ovory*  thin/,' iudlcales that- tho luiya aro all  rljs'ht up to tlie tlmo of writing. Wo  hope to bo ahJn to tr'v" tnoro of tho-so  loltorH from tlmo to time, und aro hunt  thai thoy will bo appreciated by tho  many friends of tin* Albornl hunch at  tho front.  It U not often that tho voice of autor-  Ity !s hoard with any doijroe of ploa**"  uro hocitnso tlioro Is uMtiully a cold,  hard odf,'o to h&hl volcm thtit h onlou>  lalod to cauHo ooid ohlllu to run down  tho hack of whoovor has to llHton to  tho sntno.  'J'hoi'ft wii��, howoror, ft Voice of  Authority which was heard on Monday  ovonliijfof UiIh wook that wnn ofn  ditloront vapJoty. InNtoad of cold ehlls  Itoausod warm rlpplea of mirth. Tho  rlpplOHoflon broke Into witvoH which  had a vory ploasant Koimd.  What wan It all tihout? Woll, *. that  Is hurd to sny with any dojfroo of  (H-rtuhit-y hut It uppearod that tho  Voloo of Authority in this pariloulm'  mum oonnioiotl tho Muyor, tho Ulty  C'ounoll, and tho Chlof o/ I'ollov. All  tlioim woro oomblnod in uu olVorfc w  rontraln oortain youn/r ladlos from  hroalcliiff out of tlio pound whoro thoy  bud boon phumd with it vlow to koop-  Injf thoin h'om sproadlntr soarlot fovar  all ovor tho tihop. Tho said yuunjf  Imlloti had oortain youojir ffonthiinon^  whom thoy woro anxious to ��oo"utir^  oUwor ratiffo. than ovor tho fonoo of  tho city pound lot.  Jt wiw tho ofTortaof tho, Voloo to  rostraln thoin that oitutiod tho playlet  to Im known a�� tho "Voice of Authority." H wnit funny nlrl-fht, but tho  'rt'strttlnlnjf' wan ju��t about whut iut|fht  huvo hoon ttxpootod.  , A hannor uudlonoo ffrooted the  olTort of tho oompany whioh had boon  (MIM by Mm. Paino, and which  certainly rollcotod ffrout orodlt on the  teaohor. itouudmof apphiuso yreoted  tho vat'loiiM pdtr.ts of tho ��how, end the  doli/k'htod andlonoo at thnou had a hard  tlmo to boon -mfllolomly qulot to itHow  tho Voice of Authority to bo hoard.  Tho onttM'tuinin'eni was for tho bono*,  tit of tho Alburn! LudtoM Patrlotto  Hooloty and resulted In the Hiking lu  of ovor #70, ,/  Durlnff tiio Intorvals between   tho  aot.s ooptalri yoiiti/7 huliml Moid aomo 010  worth of Kwm-ts of nil klndn.  cVi>ry hourly oonifrntulttUonii to till  for a hi/,' success.    .  CAST OFOUAHAOTEJW.  Martha Ntunriifi      Mary Clarke  Kllxttbeih Konnecly MyriloOill  Joan Canipboll ,,. Uoorjrli* Hmlth  Prlscilla factor ,, Nanoy Klddoll  Uladyti Cnnldiitf l...-)onephlnif Houthwoll  MiM'jury Whlihiff    OtiiMy Clarke  i)r, 10, 'J'. HlinpHtm ,.     Jonnte Hodford  'i'lio Voiou of Auiliurlty.,    - Mft Collin  Now York, April Uf....The Oornmn  atuilliary urtil-tur "iCrou Prlinm Wll  hnhii" -dipped Into KW J'urt Wowa  yestordsiy, um\ a-ikmlfor coal and nup-  piicti. llin< Ciiptttiu boasts that lie  will micceod in ^t*ttliif> out aifnlw*  Durluif h��i' crulfto iu tho Notuh Atlan-  tio tho cmlHor lias mink H iiiv^hani-  muutodtito,  Heavy Losses,  Tho Under nonrotary of War announced tl uu. total lirlti-ih cuntmUios  fpotn tho hiiiflnnlri}f of tho war to tho  IIlh of April woro 130,3-17.  Tobacco Fund*  Heavy Firing.  Umdoii, Appil 12,- Ills reported that  heavy llrinif...oan. be heiird oir th'o coast  and that, a naval en/f.i'.foiiimit iimy bo  in prbtfro'Dn.  Dogo Eunning Loooo-  Tho Provlnolal t'��ui�� Wardon Is iKrui-  ln/f a roiuindott to do^-ownor-i 'that" on  und after ..Thursday, (April 10. it will  ho ajfalnst'i tho ������htivio allow do'fM. to  run' looMo.. Conslilopitblo tlanutwo is  don'o to ���fiuiio lit tlio broodliio; *om-fon  by doifH'-runniiiff uimontrollod in tho  woods, and tho law now provides' that  they must bo kept under restraint  from tin- middle of April to tho first of.  Aufftuit. ���  Mr. M. Campbell hart received an  acknowledgment of tho sum of ��2, "lo,  2d, whioh wim forwarded from Albornl  for tho bonetlt of tho (.)vor-stm�� Club  "Tobacco Fund." This fund-enabled  thoso who wish to forward tobacco to  the front to ptirchfuto the same at a  vory inuch loss figure than the usutil  price, and the Club attends to tho forwarding of the sauio to uny point Indicated. 'There i�� a list- at Campbell &  MucuVk M.torb, Alberni.  O.roono's floino-Hwko Dread nvt The  Allmrul Trfulln/f Btoros and Thoinston's  .Oduorul ijtoro.  **��� IT-. ** ������t-'-kfW*-**- *-.*V*T**fwa-a*-a-i��---r  -rt^-rarta-f-saii-a   ���"W1*���-*1*^ Ti* ���*lT^���,"   I   -"T"?    -*��*****��'*^*Ms*-*-��ik| ii-aii. s^rr-*-r*i--rik-��-w-ir -i-fatu.   ���iv--m"-sJ-k-r>- *-*'-i--,-a-a.      -i^,, -^ -k-ak-a-- j a*-. ���*���- *--���-  ��----|-i.���a.-^ s*iw *. en. ai *j^>Mk--w   ���>-*���    a-c-----. n^-frt w-����-y--i*>-MI w-l***i I  rwtn   1-*  >    Vt     /<r7.\^'>    ,*'-.'"*      . '. *         3^,11            ,,r     '-...-.fTT-     '  .. *  ' \ "' v       .           e        ,  e    '       *  ���    it*'       i             i   *             \ ���      u.      *r     -   .   * i         ���,'���'.                  h.      *'   i *. ��� i   * *,          ^ '     ���"         t  1   "      '1        y  -       -l" **      -      '* * .    '   ���-*��"      ~.    ,        ,            . t"      i   J�� *   '*      (*.-    i*. * -'^'"���'."'r   s-       ',   ', * * ."   "  i*s>S(rv> tut -t��-^ar*I**o**tk  '������Jt���  1  i ^  r. tr ���>,       ���  ��� *.   u ' ���  .<*   . J    Ji  *-"f-l-W-'-'i'kMflk   ���   '��--'--�� ���  ��*      "Sr i'l9 THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE.  ���rv txm"!i,*mmw  tiW*mhim>'U*Mv+nmmmmwi ii.iww''ff ***Mw/*#wftm-tmmiui**  '���"^'hiiH-lmil iln�� iiiiHfwrtuuc U) w.>iir.pttft-.f*ftpW?    PAIVTFRC  pvit siiitv,     It is    niitU'i|)ftU*tH*����vlIl/llli   I VllUlilUJ  Th* Alfred AdvoesU Publl-jhli* ��"<��� {tiiitt  Iiu'   I'li'Hoi'H   will  ovorloo.. j  2-VtnrUng Co., Ltd., Proprittor*. .       . . . .  llll*   llHH'pttHi'ii . hlXlltlOlJ, U'0   Utt- 1  *. T. BLKB-Oi:   -   ��al(--.ml M.��.|.rj )y)1|(.m_    ,|]()  |l|(jl|  ,,������,. ���(j  ABOUT ALBERNI  >?lD*UTr��:f. S# Vm^St-rVJl-mlIn *c��"l*;,|,,-;��^l | �� Vill��. 1 llf*   corruption   lllltl - Wild j        Alberni is rmicl.eij   by   train   from  Acoipud liy (lu* iviUnMirr  o-iiii-rid _��..(  tr��Mmi*��lui) lin  Rtnilfr.  Ut*. AlVirui Inirirliu lu imiiloiil-ii  H*��d Office:   Alberni. II, C.  iroUifli tlio mnlla (t�� -eoolitl cleoJ*  mfcMidt'iioi'ii (o imiiits in I'miMtn. tii" I'mii-a  KtMfktOiu. Au-tr-.ll*. Now /.(-Hliitiil Newfomiil  Un* fiaa uthur ooimlilt-�� **lili miiillj-r pusud  rMffMlrTklontt. will In* ������.���oelveil on iiicfellowiim  tt-��*:  Out* Your      - -      .      -      *< |J!  HU Moallm *      ���      ���    ''t*'  p��uginii Um Halted jstott'n. M-*xlfo "ml nil  Kssupuaii mill oilirr forplmi ouiiniririi *���.������I'"!'  TtrtrmlrH  Oh��rf/ei ror nil Imfd millwn will bt* tlie miiim  .ii tkow ������ublltbvsl (iv ilm M.O.om.'UIi;��/ott*-,  ��ttd mutt l-v mdd In mlvtuu*,  TO CORlsESPONDENTfJ.  All ooU'DUHilcMlwui intend.'.} fm* piililleiilleti  Mill l>�� -.oooim'niilrd "Ull tlie liimii tnii nil*  Km of ttti wrllfi*. ant lus-eK-uully foriuiiiUe,i.  "���a but m�� b"J��rruit(*-.of riiMNl faith. U eo.min.t  untUruke io r-iturn ndecn-rt ooimnimleftilona,  Nonmunrntlon will li-urnM fori'o.ale eontil.  Dutlon*- *.*i��l*i hr Nucclitl (iiituiktciinmi,  '-mui"?:",:  "    "    .  Albvrnl, B. C, Canada  8IM*����*K'I!"I-' "   "*- '-"*"'  April 10, 1910  OUTLOOK GOOD  QUITE recently a roproHeut,*  allvo of tlio Advoeitto bud n  porwonul Interview wltli Mi*. 11.  O./HrowNter,   the  lender of tlio  , Liberal party In tho Provineo of  HrltiHh Columbia, und a 1 ho tho  Liberal nominee for the Albornl  DlHtriut ut tint next Provlneiitl  oloction.  l<Vom thin it uppimrM thnt Mf*  l3r��WHUir in fouling thut tlio out*  look for the future of tho Liberal  party if* rapidly (,'t'owlntf bettor  with tho piiHHinKof timo. Ak the  people have more nnd more of  a uliunco to study tho Hltunlloii  und not clou ror light' on tim unm-  nor In which th'o wealth of tho  country In tho way of nitlurtii ro-  Houruun Ih hointf Htpmndcirod for  ' the benefit of tho few, 'thorn is  no doubt but that morn and more  of tliuNO people  will determine  ��� that tho tlmo hits arrived for u  ohiuieoofinethodH. ThlHchuiiKO  of mothodH eitnonly ooutewith n  change of Kovornuiont.  TIiohu In power nt tho present  thut may, and do, mitlruiiU IcIihIn  of oily protnl-Hoa. but tho method*  remain tho hi.im��. Mr. UrowMter  bolleves that tho people of the  Province ar�� now Nunloleutly  ailvo to tho mmd for bettor Hiifo-  KunrriH for tho   rltfhi�� of  tint  HHlHHtJH tt�� WOll IlKtltO chlfiMOM tllld  that UiIh fnot of bolnK m<�� ��I1vo  \sill bu roih't'tod In ilm volo at  tlio noxt uiectlon. lit? fi��ol�� that  tho IjIbcrnUoftlto Provlnco now  liavo a fitfhtlnti ohanco -attnh iim  baa bfon doniod lltoni for yoarH,  and thai thoy will not bu mIow  to tako advaiitnirfo of thy find., iu  a inannor which will ronult in  many a mihuk inombi-r of tho  present houso buin��vf ttMlcod to'Vo  way back and nit down,"  As to tho duto of this Provincial election, Mr. HrowHlor Ih  quite)'-'certain that it-'will not bo  until after tho Dominion ovont  which Ih now almost', ���certain' for  tho middle of June.  In this connection the .Victoria  .(.Times remaricM.:'.  If .this predlcliorv ifi accurate  It la evident that the government  under the Inspiration of Mr. Ro}f'  er��, oxpectH that tho public mind  ���will be so deeply en^ro.HHOd in  tho.wftf that it will be oblivious  to everyihinK but a ci.nnpni'K'n of  Oaff-wavliir* much an the. "inter'  eMtM",and their in��trtnnent.s conducted in JU.li while they were  forging' the chahiH tho -country.  t'Xtntviij.junei" and the drop iu tho  busiiu'HM barometer of the  Dominion, which were live it-tHin'* be- ���� (,V4'��,->' u!,"*��'  .... , ,  -.�� Vanconvor Cli-  lore the war was dreamed of.        ,..���,��� -,, w,.....i.,  'i'hey are wtUw u> be JnvlU'd  to return lo power'thoKo nilniK-  tern, for hiHlauee, who owed  their Moleetlon by Sir, iiobert  Honien to the eommaiidin{< in-  iluenee of Miu:ken*'.U�� vSr Mann.  I\'o govern men t- .with si soul  above the MenhpotM would hold  an election utmich u time, June  Ih ex|)(>eled io be the mouth in  which the Huproiuo Mtruj^le, Involving the viH'y life of thirt Km-  plro will titIco place on the battle  llehU of JOui'ojm. 10very ounce  of_ our resources Is buinfkj mar-  wll ni led for this critical period.  There never was n time when  absolute unity was required so  urgently hi a 11 ills Majesty's do*,  minloiiN un it will be In tho coup  intf suminor, Thori) is no Issue  Iiotween tiio parties in (Junadii  as to the country's duty, The  oppo.sllidn has voted the hundred  and fifty "million dollars needed  to defray our hIiui'o of the cost  without a complaint, but iu the  public Interest Ithasendeavored  to prevent the pltiuderJuK of tho  pockets of the taxpayers.  It Ih the opposition's duty to  Imposts the check that a weak  ilrst minister is afraid to Impose  In order that the people who are  sendintt' their fathers and sous  to ihe trenches and uro heurintf  heavy burdens at homo, should  not be throttled for the enrich  .uunt of middlemen nud'prlviloii"  tid Interests,  The term of the l.ordeu f<ov*  eminent has eighteen months to  Victoria.   t*j��w'i*iSoiis�� are made with  Vloturhi, ruiiiilnt,,> thriuii:h to Albornl  u'.h'-r day.' i'ltknoistfor-i from  y etui couneci with lldd  train al Nuuiiiiuur  tr  Albornl Is also rmudit'd h> utmuurti'  from .Victoria, and in ilm "uunnier  mouths then* in no inure iloliirhtfu) trip  than tid-- Up the '���.veil con it of Vaijoou*  vop Inland and uhuijf tho piciupoaijue  Alberni canal.  i'iin ishiml ti-titik lluiiof thoC N.lt.  \h iiuw hulldliiff frum Vloturhi <o Al*  Imrnl.  I-and prlooH tm to aeroit'io varic��  from 6'Jd to frHH) per aero for hush land  ami from *ltHi to.ftlUOfur land that baa  boon eloiired anil hrotiffht. under eiilll-  vtttlon. J'liei'iiiroifovoriied liytpiallty  nnd local Ion, and laud'ran Im had in  any quantity.  run. Why, then, .should there  bu an election now, and lu the  midst of a war In which, so far  us territorial conquest Is conc��'rn'  ���yd, the enemy retains a decided  advantage, How will the world  uontomphito the spectacle of a  bitter pui'ttaiin eouilletin Cannda  while the iienvy yoke of the  linns still rests upon the unhappy inhabitants of Helfxitun,  Northern France and i'ohtndi  The term of the Asqtilth ad-  ininlMtratlou will expire in a few  weeks but the sdKKestlon of an  election at such a time would be  n-ccived by the Hritbdi people  with furious iVKontment, in fact  those who NUfkfKOHtcd It would be  branded as traitors, und such  people in France would be eoniit-  led to-peiml servitude on Devil's  Islu4td.  Tho election, If forced, will be  bitterly eoniested. for the opposition will be justified In exerting  every eltort to displace at) administration who.se unfitness for  its high ollice will be established  not only' by Its record but espec  hilly by the fact that it is unable  to put-.::country before pa"rty.:ut  the time of a great.'' ntitlona'l  ci'iftls. Nor do we bciiovo tiint  the people of Canada will vote  for another five yean* of the  kind of gov.erun.onb they have  had since I'll 1. That, Indeed,  would be ft national ca It unity,  It Imi boon found lliat inlxod farm*  inn |'��i'** bent. On plots of from ten to  twenty acro.s fruit ffrowhiff, dnirylnjf,  poultry ralMlni-r. ho^n and eiittlo will all  pay well. o  In Allmrni will ho found tho usual  ud van la j*-!'"! of a proffre.stivo Wi-suern  Coiiiuuitiiiy that ha�� faith, anil the cotir-  ujk'U of Un' ennvk'tJoiifj, There are a  number nf jfood titoreH earryluj' a wide  range of (.'I'tnl'i, -.ohoo!**), ehurehmt, tlie  Alhernl Advoaate, iiowspapcr, and a  niiiuhi'r of a thiol lo ami fecial club-i.  Tho climate Is iim Hue ns can be  found on tho I'mill" Coast, takmi the  year'round. Tho rainfall N le.* tlian  tlmtof tho City of Vuncotivor, the  frosts are Ihfhl. There is .seldom fro��t  eiiuuf/h for nkiitliiffoi'Miuw ououirh for  MUdj/hitig, and when either of these  eonit'.s it only lasts a few days. For  ihe "iuimner and autumn uiuiiths ihere  is not bin},' in the world to excel the  Albornl wont her,  Alhernl Im the outlet nf ono ef the  lar/jo-sl and most fertile valleys on Van**  eouver Inland. In the Platelet* will he  (turn, a vast wealth of timber of the  tlnoht kind, eoal, Iron, copper, marble  mid other euittinereial i-tone-s, brick  elayji and other mtiiorluln.  There aro mtmordim attractive  opporiutdlles for (In-iimiiufaetwrcrniii)  liivenloi'. The i'ldllor of the Alhernl  Advocate, Alhernl. H. C, will bo triad  to take those unit ton* up wlih you.  Write to hlin for iinrtlctilaw-,  t<*m*M*mv*n***r!*m  Artistic Photography  lu AH   Us  liruuehes.  o k  Thu New .Studio,  next to the  Lord-llcst Building, Im now  Kqtilppcd for iluslness  Landscapes, Portraits, (Jroups  and   Commercial  Work  D��t.!*3?lt.g tnd i'rintlns ht Amtittttri  fictart? rfttriiRfj  J.    CLEG'G  -f*at*ir*fc��iiti-i m m tn-mr-nav  1  Again we call the attention of  our friends to the fact that we  are how taking delivery of a  stock of all kinds of  1     a  '      , o '  1 o (1  ii   **-; " ��� .*    i  Letter Heads, Bill Heads  JLS  Cards, Etc.,  ii        ��� _  i  All ordered before the recent  advance in paper prices.  * I. ��� ' I ���������<  f  Now is the time to stock tip while the prices  of this class of work remain nt the old levels.  Orders from outside points will  receive careful mid prompt attention.  Publishing & Printing Co., ltd.  %;  Pure Milk.  Will) tho miminf,'. of-, tho Kieumor  fioa.Kon itl'x .vyenl io l��/ok eareftilly to"  your milk mipiily,  1 The now J'lidi'io Fiiput Dairy is now  prepared .to deliver tho hU-hoMt. ehuei  iidlk aiidcpoain, butter and htititirtiiiHk.  ��� A.trial will ooiivluee.'- i..uok for the  delivery wa^'on,  (k  rRACTicAi mmms, stm,  Eitimstes furnished on -Applicfttisn.  ��� .   '    ��� . '   ,- .       '    .,   'I  largaret St.  Alfterni, B.C.  'Pho.un IH  I'.O. Hox m.  and Supplies  Practical Work at fmr prices  Eaumete? furnished en all kind., of  Electrical Work  KM St. aid etti. Kn.,   Port Alhernl  Homo Production  Tho K.   Hraud  Mill  In turuln/,' out  t.liln��,'iea and hiinher of all kinds.   The  prices aro ri^lit.   Give him u call, and  SUPPORT AhBERNI  11*  i  (I  4��HB��la%a<.^^  mstsm THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE  H*fZ>***��*r*t*^t  ��<mmm*i**imt* t��mrmtor*  *.���*+**** * ft* ��4*--M-f--*-r-r m****** ��� ** *4��*m*m  *mw*mm*mm*dmK#nmt**i  ��-ffft* *<m*mrm  Stop  Long enough to ask yourself seriously the oil, important question,"Am I satisfied with the manner  in which the present Government is carrying on the administration of affairs In which I am as vitally interested as  anyone?" c  p i  T nnlc mto ^ne recor^ of the past few years carefully*  J^UyiV ��in(i without prejudice,. Size up the present situation and the outlook for the future, if these methods are  to be continued. ;  "   - ��� ��   '  T IQtfPTl ^�� '^e vo*co ��^ reas��n- Think of what must  J^iIbt'Cyll ke oei-iind the scenes when life-long Conservatives are deserting McBride. Study the Liberal platform  and make up your mind to have a change of Government.  CLASSIFIED ADS.  WORK AND WORKEKS,  Until further iiotke any pm-on desiring employment, and (Wo who  winb to, hire help of any kind, will (led  the column** of tlio Albornl Advocate  open to make known their wants t-tt  the public without char/jo;  The ftervlee is free,   .Make use of It,  la-iaiiuwMw-ii-M*''    v* >-*-iv**a>A*-tM-H.*Hi*i*4*a>  For Kent or 8al��;~ Small House on  double corner, Alherul Height!*.  Small payment down and $10 per  month will buy it.   J. J lost.  ���W *-*-*i a** -*��**-*r>*a**"i m.*.-* ��**ti��  W��nt��wJI.���Kxne-'lenced, middle u^od  English widow; wanta position as  housekeeper. Good references, Ad*  dross Mrs. I-:. Bryunt, Alhernl, B.C.  for Kont.-Two room building next  to Alhernl Hotel. Apply to O. A.  Smith, Alhernl, JJ, (,\  Lent���A red nnd white cow.   Dehorned  nnd hmitt belli   Probably has oulvod  '--recently.   Howard for return.1  Prairie Kami, Alberni,  ����� tiaurr.u*v+*tWT0,e**wmnUm  K��08lrins.k.-Honfiii'�� on Autos, Murine  hughies, and uii kinds of machinery  by nn expert* who has served Ills  tlmo at the trade, Leave orders at  the shoo shop next to HufPM Onrnifo.  Alhernl, li. o.���K. Murium.  8 I Q H 8  S .    E A T O  i  Margaret St��� Alberni  Painter and P��p��r*K��tng��r  ore   kept   In   stock   ��  lowest prices.  PICTURE     FRAMING  ICbtliutitois Free.  I.,,.., .1 in i..n..,i..i. ��,..���������. i.i ii i^1 "i- 'i "'"I '�����"" i*n'g(  MOKE HEAT-LESS WOOD  Uy wjcurlniyyourWootl from  o tho  ALBERNI WOOD YARD  Pry i',ir-i|.J.75 por rlelt, delivered  Green Mr.si.SO per ride, "   H  Alberni  t+l***M*l**i*l!v*W*  to that  of coming to Alberni  amm*im*mi**mi*  lilfM-WBHIlTMlWIrM  Therounhbired Huavy laying htralu of  Hlelliun Ihittoreupsand Hhmlo Island  Hods, iviott fioi* Hitting of IG, if-ldO  and $l,no. Apply to Goo. Hhoiul,  'Phono 7(1, Port Alhernl.  Wanittd..-Wot'lf hy the day by an expert dressmaker mid tulloross, lute  of Spokane..-Mrf,. M. 10. Houeh  Beaver Creek Head near Tho Maples,  W��nUit*���To purchase a tent, 8x10.  Must he hrgood condition andoheap.  Apply Hoyal Bank, Albornl, II. C.  Buff Orpin-don*. -I'.gj-x for hillings,  Also hroudy hens, Sittings of 15  egg.*. tf-l.UO. \U>m 1/S eorts otteh.  Apply to N, ll, Welner. or leave  ordersut the Alhernl Trading Stores.  a***,    .mmtitmmtcwmmeFMixM  (krtrude Bt,  "l  ^taaiKiwwTvrvH'i" ���" t."-">.*pr--'���'-'"r-'*t*"g'  Professional Cards  ZXR ssr.viz* ��� ^-iK.V.  GEO. A. SMITH, C. E.  IS. U. Land Surveyor. Surveys of  timber Until**, mineral claims, and land  fuihdlvlslons. Glllee at Alberni*; V, Q,  Box 23.  MOTION BLOCK  C. GALES  '     Liberal Platform.  1. All contributions to causprdpi  funds to he open for public Inspection  nt any Time, nnd the use to which they  aro put lo ho clearly Jedlcavet'1.  2. Tho ttpiKilniinoni of a noo p-trtl-  /au ctyll service commission to make  ull, appointments to both outside feud  Iclhldo tiervieo..  Ji, Tiio abolition of patroim.?-* in  every form, ail purchitsea to bo mado'  In the ojHin market and on rojjuleir  Inislness tenns.  I. The puhlieuUon of a regular  quarterly bulletin, frlvlvlnir full deUiltt  of all nionUm oxponded hy tho tfovero��  ment.   ' -  C. We uffroe to ook for ti committslou  tu Invest iffuto tho tt.lttt.r�� of the province that tho real facts may bo known  ami the hands of the government loft,  free to restore the credit of the pro  vlncu and develop its ifroat resourooB  for the lament of tho people.  0.,_ Wherever the flndlngn) of thltt  eouildslon show thut the resources of  the provinee have boon ttllonntod by  fraud, to lake such stops tut shall re*  store them to the people while proteot--  hitf the innocent investor.  7. (The oncdurufffttiiont of aftrl*-  oultuturo hy loan* on easy terms, by  inakiui" aecessthio.seiunttfio inforuiRtion  uh u> tlio nature of tho soil nnd oHmatlo  and othor conditions of oaoh roKh'-'i  tho oiicourn^ement of co-operation und  by every lof-itimula moan* to make  rural life as uttrnotlve and proiltablo  us possible.  8, Tho development of mine*,  forests and othor jfreftt natural re*  souroes of tho piHivince hy enoouratflinf  tho actual producer and making as  dliiloult and impruilublo the aotivltloH  ofthetuoro exploiter And upceuluUve  investor.  U."TJie improvement of tho conditions of tiio worklui; olftsses by dotuff  ail possible to ussuro a rotifiotmble  wiu-e, fair working conditions nnd  (leoontmirruuutllngs for all ehisses of  labor, providing for oomponimtlo.u for  tho injury or death of the worker and  tukhiK sueti steps as shall eliminate  tho Huifurlnir now fallhiff upon iho  wurkprs in times of finanolel dopreo*  sion.    '  10. Loofil option for tho control of  tho lit]uer trullio.  11. Kqtial sutfra^ti for men nnd  women.  12. Tito fair and Impartial enforcement of tlio law.  13. Tlio protection of Innocent Investors by H#ld Inspection of nil companies.  ll. A rigid and impartial enqnli-y  into tho iimttmlnl position of the l'.G.E,  and C.N.P. railways and the disposition of tiio moneys alroedy provided,  and if nocossary the (fovernment to  tnko over the roads and oomp'ete them  In tho interests of the people atlier  than to continue tho present policy,  fy.'-T  Mf���.k.*k..'l*.-kiW.l kullir  --*?W!gV"**^llt*-MWlTt>'J'?.'.*^^  mn%mmiH$m  CALL, OR THONE IB.  P. 0.  faa--HlaWWrtta--Ua-|  H. I*!. T. HODGSON  A. M. I. C. B.  B. C. Land Burvoyor mid Civil Ettfj?no*sP  Offtottui   Cttrmoor   Uloek, Port .Albunrvvl  Phone 67  I H.  vlyil.md Minim/-linjfhieer  and  Alberni  Provincial Land Surveyor  '.a-'o.-  LAND  UEQISTIIV A(;T.  To :  Qeorffe Clemens Suuor, registered and  assessed owner of Lot 11, Hloclc 2.  Laura Helena W. Curwen, ref-ihturod  and tissessod ownor of Ijtx- 12, Hloclc  2 and Lol **<, Hlook 32.  E. W. Holmes, retflsteroi. and assoNseil  ownor of I^ot 17, Hlook 0,  Gerard Penney, registered and as-ie-tsed  owner of Lofj, 111, HJoek tl.  James Rutnsfif, rei.-'lttereil and assessed  ownor of Lot 20, Hlook (I.  John Hlchardsoii, rej-istered und assess*  cd qtvnor of Lot 6, Block 13.  Eilen West,  re<*tst(U"('d  und' assossi'd  owner oi" Lett), Block IS,  Henry Hruce, 'ref-l��to'red. and assessed  .-owner of .'Lot o\ Block IB. .  James   R.   Slmp!*oi|,   rotrlstered   and  ttssoiwttd owner of Lota  12 and 13,  Block 21.       ���  William Joseph Phillips. rei*lnteped and  assiiMsiid owner of Lot 0, Block' 32.  All iuTownslte of Quoonstown, Map  311>.  TAKK N'OTlC!-.; thai an Applieatlon  Jjtft been iimde (o ivf.dMerl'orcy Hobort  I'iitherall Biiyne ai the owner In foe  simple of above lands under Tax Kale  deed from the Collector of tho District  of Albornl, and you aro required to  contest the claim of the Tax Purchus-  op within Thirty (30) days from the  llrst, publication hereof.  DATI'.Pai tho Land Ko-.'lsi.ry Oillee,  Victoria, B. C, this 1st. day  of March, 11115.  8. Y.'Wootton,  Hoj-lstrat' General.  M.Hl-3   ���     ' ..''���������.!���   ���  D��altsr In  Dooro and  Gks&  Building and Roofing Paper  Limo, Bricka -and Content  Alberni  Phone 29  P. 0. Box 9  JLj*  \jt��  miDmmnmml**  Bricklayer and Mason  Plastering and Cement  ���"'' 'work  Licensed  Auctioneer  JI  2nd Avenue  Pert Mkm THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE.  h o  r*lfi��il-w*-1(rt'n aa*-n  At The  BOTTLED UP  im mm  ** "���" ' 11'iiM.i.aikikiaiiiwii.iii.ikaa'i.naiiiin ii-ni>'��iiinin.i��  "aiK.MrB.'ala-m^  GOOD GRADE DDIfLOP GARDEN HOSE  . Plain". .*,���.��� .$5.50  i Wired $6.50  SOc. A GALLON     IN 4 GALLON TINS  or      MONEY REFUNDED"  E. R. PAINE - HARDWARE -  SPORTING GOODS  50 ft. lengths . .' *  50 ft. lengths . . .  LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY  GOO*^  m<*m*0 *tm rgife-n  The season is rapidly advancing.    Nov/ m the time  to select from our constantly arriving stock*, some  f  thing to suit your particular needs.   Our stock le  dainty and up to date.    Personally Selected.  Cream of the Outbids Offerings.  M. L Holt   -   -   -. -. Alberni.  Ladies! Memo ilottrnal Patterns always lu Mock  i-a-'Q^'Jn-MMM.Ir-i  ee our display of Window Muslins and Scrim  Regular Price   -   -��� 20c. per  4nc, pi  THIRD AVENUE  PORT ALBERNI  A |i.'ioniut'iit liCPHiiiit llu.'iio.'i'p vlt.ll���  ed one of tlio grriti privim* Ininlvliig  hniiM". nl New York vvithfti (lie lii*-l  fctv dit-M, lit, h'dd llllti Ids lili**iii(*s>.  here wu��* to "ptirvluiso Hupplh1*. fur  vvldoh |iiiymi*iii would be Hindi* on  iloljvory, hut lu> found m'JIit*. unwilling  to ipudo In any other way than on  payment- for goods delivered 1, o, h. at  Now Vurk or other American purls.  Un iviinied -lomoniie willing llin rM.,  making '���liipiueuls via vv liali-vcp poulo  lie t-iiiiMi ��ii Iniil' iiu thi* shipments iilil.  'mutely reach tierinauy.  Thehout-o made It plain llitit ll could  do nothing' in the nutter, hut ikUggoM--  oil ilml a certain   Shipping   iiiiiii  who  has  no( been   tttlvi'i-M* (u taking  iliut  kind uf riski .**iiould he cum-idled.   Till*.  wuh done, iuii tho hhlpphi'*   man  Mild  that although ho had taken Mich risk*  iu the past, conditions were dlm-roni.  now. and lie could  not   engage In the  tho iniriiuevi wn uny-turuis,    lie mentioned a certain hanking house uf sumo  prominence,    the chief   members   of  which are (ionium or of Uuriuuu  ex.  traction,   saying   that   the  firm had  undertaken to insure tim safe delivery  of good*, for (lerman.v. nnd (hat. so far  ��*���- hu knew it was stilt in tint hiislimv,,  The house won approached,  hut no  amount of por��ua��inn   could  induce It  to do what, was  wanted,     It believed  that the  lime had gouo by  when tint  Pulled States, or any  other  country,  could nil I p   producti'  into   (Uu'iuauy,  either directly or through u neutral  port,    Tlio grip of the   Allies was  too  strong.  That (iermiiny is now euYcilvoly"  ''honied up" Ih tho bellei of tunny huth  in lianking i|uarler> mid In shipping  (cade circles.  tSF��  SWfiCMSIl 0AT3(forO:ii Imy)  MARQUIS WHEAT FIELD PHAS  SPRING VETCH SWEET CORN  EARLY ROSE POTATOES  B. FERTILISER POTASH  ttnsi  GARTON OATS  0 row BARLEY  GRASS SEEDS  CHAMPION (Into)  NITRATE OF SODA  Plum* your nt'dors curly.  .Tho curlier tho dumper,  tiltlce IMiuiie U'c'i  Feed 8c Coal Co.  A. PAUL, HiiiinMr "��������. ���*"���������  Trade Follows the Price List  Quaker Tomatoes - ��� - -  Quaker Peas. Corn and Beans -  Potatoes -   -   -   -  2 tins  1 tin  10c.  $1.50  5��  The Busy Store  On tlie Busy Corner  mJi  LLfcS)  SECOND  umikH-n  ������--rt-MfjIrlljMii-fW.-lfA*-***^  TAILORED CLOTHES for MEN  Wo buve just received our Spring and  Summer samples.    Your inspection invited.   Fit imd style tiuariu.tocd.   Prices  FROM $20 UP.   .  CAMPBELL & MAC FIE  Motion Jlloctc, Alberni  Phone 81  KjiM A..v��., Purl Alhernl  Phunr r.\  A report from Ottawa Mules th|it  Lord Kitchener hai culled on t'auuda  for a sC'Coud Kxpcdilliinui-y- l*'orco.  The neWn was given  I'urlhtmout by  Premier Kir. Poheri llurdiiin. who Mild  that the "call had  been  expected for  Mime time.  1,-.- .!-ClU^MUyyibs nun   Ktirl   Kltclionoi'  *-**l w.um informed Unit the furcu wan reiuiy  in   Cunndu  to  ho a id    triuipt-hlpN and  sail for Kurope.    Premier Hurdeu i-uid  that since that time  the  War Olllce  had been  kept  fully   iufurtiied  mi   its  training and bus,  from   time to lhue  made Miggoniions,   wliiuii  have httmi  followed   wilii  absolute    precision   hy  the (.''tmulhtti  auiliuriiies,    Now tlua  the Munitions Iiu*- eiiuii', ilie socuikI Kx-  peditionary force    would   go  forward  at an unreveicd date iu (he- neap fulure  H> join (lie Him Ivspcdillonnry Puree ui.  the front.   Tim <'ftnadluii  Second   i'.x-  pedltlunary Puree-  liuti not   been  simi*  moiit'd sooner,   "fur   rent-oii-,   which  cummcudud   thiuiiMilve*-  to tho  bead  uf ihu War Olileo und  mai-oii'.  which  lire generally reri��**nli*.i*d,M  The premier noted that with an  enormous number m* uum miller training in Ureal iirimi", (he tusk of  pi'tividlug uei'iiiiiuiodailon am! training  for (he vitrloie* ctiutlngenis froiu the  Oversells Dominion*  was not tui  ea��y  The Well-known find Old Eitabliihed Grocew, Mm and Produce, Merchant!  Try Our Special Brands of Teas  o  DAUilMKIiINd TIIA .to*. PIM LII.  I.KI.KA.IP.,1.'. THA Win, PKH LII./.  HKINDKKH TKA .'lib. Pox        . , *!.<K>  Tho ubovti uro unoipiiillud for Quality and l-'lnvor  WIS ALSO STOCK TKTiJOY'S, K1IK!WAY'S, UPTON'S  AND OTHKIl STANDAK1) HHANDS  Victoria Quay Store, Phono 38  Argyto Street Store, Phone 148  wxmwanismmxm  1  >**��l!Wlt-*J**i**>��!m*--a*la^-f*nt*i)a^  t'an now supply orders fur Phht (..'las-s  Eough and Dressed Lumkr of All Kinds, Shingles* Etc,  Local Orders will receive special attention.  " Cftll at the  Mill on the Scotch ..Settlement."Itoad, or Phono  or write to the Manager   .  Alberni, i B. C.  one,  or)**.  WBSxssms?.?.  m They M  te announcement ol l^ord Kiiclien*  ur'a call was received with cheer*, on  both sides of the lluie-o.  Forget H.  Washington, April l-fr -Proi-ideni  W'ilMm-'Stiktcd.ttHlay that lio liad boon  oH'oreil the co-opeiatlon of the Pope in  an cll'opt to rtistore 'pence in Hnrope.  .       Not Roddy.  Following n *ii>s*,liiti at Heine on  April l.'l.|u staicnient was issued denying the rumor that u decision had boon  made to 'enter the vvue.   .    ,'  ChlMnms tan qt.rap Sandall SUppertt.   More durable  and comfortable than ordinary $an<Iailt>\  'Latitat and Chtltlrenu whtiti ctmotta ''Mary Jana"  immpti.  Mans and /Joys grey canuaa Oxford*.  THOMSON'S  GENERAL  STORES  vttntufvKmmfnimtmdtinmA*  +m>t*niw��'im*tim*toti*+**m*#+[ +r#m\mi>  Nothing Doing,  At the  last 'mooting of  the   ('ity  Council   the.condition, of  alt'alrs was  well illustcutt'd by. (he  fuel that one  of the nJiWuii'it who happened to be a  few-'uilnutes hue", just- popped his head  inside the door, hi .time to hoar another  Tllf*   iddvfirntl*  ald'ormahcemapk "I inovowe adjotiri)"  Ills*   t^uvuvuiv j jt ^,uii h(i ���,.(J,...(.t]_  "PUNCLE" According to the "Universal Dictionary/ * is a word which i�� used in approaching tho@��  subscribers, pi. d-newspaper who .are In arreairii -with-'  their subscription dues.    If this means you* don't  got.mad,'but: ' v.,'.:'���'..'���: ;'���  tm&mm<wM*nrimiwmif  You get a Souai'C Deal from  our Auvertisei'S  I: l  'i   i  1    i  li%Bl|ii��'lWI^'W����**Mr^^  i*&M$Mkm^m  mm^^mMs^mmm^^mm^mm^m^^^^m^^^

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