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Alberni Advocate 1915-07-23

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 l^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n!^^^^^iA^jf.7.}^^7-Sy -; t^A-x^iiv^i .J^ftyit&^i$tffrrt%  . *,'  ' V.1*   -'  t   VV*  ,y.*'A  V .-  Vol. 7  Aiberni, B.C., Friday, July 23, 1018  No. 22  **���-  ���i* *���  I , ���i-'-fV,!      *  E. S. V. McCihttock. Maaagar, Port Albenii Brunch,  nmttssawaspwWK  ak*iiia��miilii��l ii ,mi , 11 ^aiklt*!,*,,!***!.  "TT**  When They M Questions������Seiid Them The Advocate  fc;  *r\K  Artistic Photography  In All Itu  Brandies.  '     ' '*.'���''''-':  The New Studio, next to the  ���pord-IteHt Building,' Is-now.-.'  " "Equipped for BiiHinetsa  Landscapes, Portrait.**., Groups,  atjd  Commercial Work'  , ptivikfiti o& Priittifij lur Amstenit  /���;V  it>*. -  J,   CLE&G  ���WW****  resr.  ���Ust���A ffolil tdgtmt ring, with bird  cruiit. RowiutJi for return to Advocate Olllco.  Somo War Funds.  IiOndoij, July 2t)...~ABothoii veto of  credit fin* jCir>tt,tKX),CXK) >nY-introduced.  In'tlm ttrltifth Ruhho;*of Common** -it,  day, making it total uf jE(WO,(XX),000  vottMi for tho war.   *  Strike Ovor.  *'  ��� '  London, July 2L~rThe Welsh coal  minora on strike ugrood to a sotthv which includes tin Incrt'ttiio of  wages and strikoiK over.  'l[ ' ������      ."''Food Rlttii?*'.- '���'"~;-  Rlot-s huvo broken out in Colongo iw  tho rosluR of tbo high prices of food.  Men and women KtoriiHHl -tho nittrkot.-.  and the Oormiui Pollen woro helplei***.  Slowing Down.  London, July '2*2.���Nowa 'from'; l*uth  sides today indicator. t,htc.t tho (ieniHtn  rush on Win-saw hits ��,luwed down,  although lho KusstaiiK still continue tu  loose ground.  CITY COUNCIL  FRAMES BY-LAW  Aifiihi tbo City Council went to thu  mat In a lloroo mrti**,trlt* wlili tho  itineHdnieiil,tu lho Pint Protection Ry-  Latv, and thh* Hme g*n h pin (allout uf  the vexed quo-ithm.  As framed fur submission lo the  Poind uf I'Tro I'liilofMi-lier-t tlio amend-  motit provide** that any pur-ion may  keep uno barrel of gnsolliui provided  lho samo in Mured In a pluco thut la M>  feet fruiu tlio neai'Ctit building, and  thu gasoline ht kept In a sloeHmrrol ur  drum containing not muro than fie  gallons, it i* hard iu mi,v just how tho  I hut i d uf PI ro I'mXurwriti'i'i. will vhuv  lho changes wlileh have been mado in  tin* draft which they ,utihiultted to  guide thu Council. Il Is known that  tin* ohiuigi*.-* msdo hy thu Port Inn  similar cuso I'OMiHtHi lu tlio turning  down uf thn hy-htw by lho Hoard, imt  tho special reason wtii nut stuted.  In any ovunt it itjipntir-t itiata hy-htw  airing thosu lino** Citnnul. he fratnetl to  lit ciindttliiitH iu n ht;,' city without  working it hunhhtp In a pluco like  Aibeinl, and lho Council have worked  to avoid this vt lit lo doing all thai It*  iH't'n.*k>.iU'y tu suloguiinl the city, If  lho t'nderivrlioih Iuul tholr way on*  ttruly hi thu inttltor there would not  io any rhkut at ail, uud tho pwiuiiu-iH  vvnuld bu entirely velvet. They huvo  failed tu keep faith with the elty in  tbo nuttier of riuos after putting In tho  waier system, osttihllshing it tank, and  training a hro brigade, tuid thin now  hy.hiw uppearN much 11 Ice another'  o.vcu.**!) to eoiilintto the high rutua of  uMiraneo. Many of lho provisions of  tiio draft fruiu thu PudcrwUerri worn  almply absurd and wouldSiavo rosult-cd  In ovoryouu who twod *,ru��ollno run-  King afuui.tV -with ti -jtiaii \m to huy in  ItfciJiH.rt I'Moto, > i ThivCoi4ndJ busiakun  a pwpjwr; htondju ,rMfu*|%, iv lii-Stifc*  lo,^ho Q��4'lnal'-dra|fti; ��������,.-��� \^c '.>:' \  '* Sundry aceouiH-t woro ���aKlordd" ^jjtl  und (Miiiio (MiriospoiidonV^ with' iho  Duniop RuhhtijA-Oo, Hiid_soiiio would��bo  Iiond huyiHd Jituidlod, iuul tho Uouncil  luijotiiiiwd.  Souvenir Spconti,  Owliij,' tu tho isliitliii'h.t uf O. C.  Wood,, M.P.P., lho Alh'M'iil Dlhtfh-l  RHto AhkooIhiIon will Imvn a chtuice tu  niako a sorJe-i uf **huiits fur wmveutr  npuoiu*. Tin* i*poiiiis art,* nicely onurnv*  ml, nud euiuiitu VMi-lom* provincial  drcil.** htaiiipod tm (ho IhiuiIIo-., hi thnt  ii culh'tuluu uf iltoiu vvotiKl bo nut utily  Interonthit,' ft^uu the Ktiuidpulni uf a  record uf ti**�� vnrloim -hiiutit-*, but ahu  fut'iii. an lU'ilmito adilltlun to tiio���**ldn��  buaid of thu lucky whuitJi'H.  It iu undorMnod thut 'lltot'tj will hu  uiit* of t|��c��o prlw *s|H*iJt(* over tho how  t'lii'ulaturi'i raii''o ��)vcry week, hut tlu*  thiuillft havu nut yot boon arranged,  Rang�� Opened.  LttHt- week tho minlaturo run),'!! wio*  Hpeueil by tho' uioiuher�� nf ttio lociil  j'ijlo cluli, Sumo (tfotkl M!urc*i wero put  on record. .Mr. W. Prior was hi^'h  man wlili \)',i, and Mr. Sander** ivits  Hocoud, Mr. Wood LiHJ-.thlitV and iho  rost caiiio aionj< with good records.  Tiio��������� Minify'-In one of tlto best iirtho  wholti of lho {irovinco foj> tlm purpo-tu,  and tlio boy�� will dotibtlcss trot up  Sdnio tfood tdiootiu^ as a ro��ult of their  IH'ttcttco with tiio llltlo riJlo. Just at  pr-citont tho ro^ular ttoi*vlc6 ammu-.  iiitiun cannot bo decured, and ilus .22  la tho next bust tiling' for practice  shooting.  ,      Koally Thankful.-  "Will you lot'uiu oil this afternoon,  sir?" iiNkcid a clerk In a dry (*uods  .storo; .������'my wife wauu uio to beat  wmio carpet**,"  ''Couldn't  !H>sslbly do |i,"  said   tho  bO,HN.  '���  FERRER WHITES  FROM HOSPITAL  ���Mi', M, Camphoil of Aiberni, Ik In  receipt uf it lot tor from Davo, Porrior,  who I-* in Mount Priory llonplttil at  Plytnptoii, K*)iith Dovun, as rcttiil ol  wounds received lu tho bat lio of Pott*  tula'ct,  Ferrlcr wrltch!  Dear .Miiitlo:o  1 have boon a lonj,' tlmo  in tvrltlny you and at. uno tlum It hmlt*  ed tu mu iini if I -nhotild not, havu a  chanco to tuko ti|i a pou any moru, but  RUSSIANS GET  AD IfAMMERlG  London, Juno 2U.~~lt la hello-rod Jn  London that RhhmIji will imvo to ovao*  unto Wu oa w tu avoid thu don (for of  dlMister m hor nrniloH, Tho Gormans  occupy virtually uli tho provitum of  <lOiU'lnntl. Ono nf tiio ouciuy'a ohjootn  is lho Port of Rfjfii wlmro thoy could  ciiltthllsh a naval huso uu tho Rim-dan  Kiiltic*.  In hnji(*rtnntauc(!(iH*(OM for tho Tou*  tnnlo allloM all wlouj,' tho onntern front  from tho llaltlo Sea to Huliowlua, it In  1 have boon apartd lo takouttirii at!claimed that idtHK\ Ruaninu  prisoner)*  leltor ivi'ltlnn, I did nut oxpect tu tmi  I'.iiKlnnd ii/rulii on thu 22nd of hint  niuuih. Tlutt wan a Satuithiy wo worn  liultlin;,-" sotiio trenchos tvu hud taken  on tho 20th near tho famous Kostuhcrt  orcharil. I can,tell you, my buy, that  was tt h -i uf a hut curnor. Wu wont  Into a ironcli uu tho nltfhtof the 21st  itud wo i-ii libelled tu pieces un thu 22nd.  Tin* Oei'iu-iiH started tho Inill rullin)*-  aiitl tho -.holts simply ruined un that  trench, ! saw ijuito a fow of our boya  goinf' nut uf I conch wuundod ami uno  f el luw with it broken arm asked how it  ho tu |��t't hank to llllirhl.v. 1 said I  wuiild iflvo -two ('iiii! to havu his little  lot hut ho Mild Jm would nut take ton  for ll as it meiiui throo months at iciist  nut uf tt, t did not hhuiio tlm pour  tiiivll fur tiehid ..'bid to boon!- uf il fur  suiiioilinii** 1 ihuu|,ht hell had broken  u.wty from lis foundation und was land*  iti|f uu us lu chunks, Thoy darted to  shell us nhuui L'.'lt) tt,ut. and kept, it up  until It '.'ot dark. .Shell-* of all klndn  and st/.i'ti literally hlov,- iho iiotich to  pitlces on m*.  Wu wiiru umved uhuut a mile further  up that ntf-lit nnd rollovoti tho 10th  Uanadas and nlMUit I u.iu. tlm Ijontimn  P.. 0, IWtte* rtdluvt*4 m,  ;Jt|>'ti^t)/��ll Uo��oriiitlon. Tlutt day  ^,^^��0t- tiujoli rmh ami on thu Mon-  dtfj^ t��t��rtrtlug about 2 *a��hi. tho ordor  XiM^q to ^tOatid b uhU , ��why wo want to  tho*a-,tiu*k. We wow n.l'owWlta'f, up  (il'tallowitrunoh ntxitit IH in-jlujsd-sep  ���vliun thu htuiM iiUtrU'd on tm, -Thoy  meant a real hljyr attack thut tiny, tho  24th'uf May. it wtti n lovely day and  imt MUiishlm). 1 did nut tot up its far  as tiio 'ticrmiiims' tlutt day as by noon  I tun was uu my way tu lllltfluy, and 1  wont toll iitiv ))o tt I ii* in ii l duut hono-si*  iy wtuit to i(o back tu Priiiiuo ami havu  anolber tloso of tholr sh(*l) lire.  1 wot a slljiht wuuud lu tht* left hiinit  very slljiht   but   wan  loiueketl   about  badly utlierwlso,   I *��pout tt littlu over  two wot?lu* in bod nud; am only ^ottlnif  aruuiiil now a littlu muro ctHiifurlahly.  My muscles worn all hruhtwland utjicr��  .wlso ��� dinnufc'ctl throiii'h '.htiinuf buried  with iviuiil hui'-s and i/ottiu-tf ilftiKl up  In tlio air a iiiilo bit hy uno uf tholr  lit tlu coal hojt'oi*.     Hut tJiiinks tu Uio  oue*ing und loolilUK  ultt'c 1 Iutvo  had  hto-o't tun idiuo'i., O.K, iitf&in; yl  i'uor Keith (Jill emtio Into tlto tiros*  slug stalluu  whliu I was thoro.   Poor  boy I felt sorry Un> htm.    Ro  wus lili  in tlto rl/i'lit baud.    I think it wan the  rltfht hand hut could not bo sure as 1  w'i��'nli|,'ltily, at tho tlmo,    116  was curslnj,'  his luck to think 'that'll**  had  been ihruuirh. Ypres and tiovor  littlu ��� itc-r'atoh uiul to get'lilt at Kostu*  bert before Jio got u shot hi.     It   was  tough liick all .right.     1 wlil say it has  cliatigcd Keitliall right,    Ro .in now tis  lino a sample of tlm  Rritlsh  soldier aa  one could  wish  to SCO*    Two of  thu  Rcdford lioyi*. woro wounded but 1 doiit  know   which    two,    Joo. Darby    wit,*!.  all right  witch I loft hut us I Imvo nut  st>oirtho casualty list J <lunt know who  got wuundod or othorwlso.     I know   l  saw one of tho  lhxSfiml.**. names hi an  wounded but no initial 'wtw givon ' and  I clout- know which ono it iviu*.  Remember me to nil and toll them  tlutt 1 inn getting on al) right, i did  nut got near tlui Hit-h Rnttultun wiillo  they were out lift ho trenches audit  was  ii  Mule  too  hot    thoro to 'walk  have been taken, and that tho Rutislamt  aro j'otrcathig toward tho Nurow  River.  w^Hnwtufi ���miwcifiMi  Export*.  Ctinada must learn to export itiami*  facltirnd gotals. Oorinuny-H hiduslrlai  strangth lay In l|io fact that it uxport*  od twenty flvo ptir cunt, of what it  mauuftict'iirod. It (Iiiut kept lln  fiiiuorlot* going sUMidlly, not llifully.  its working poopin gut low or wages  than In Canada, tint- thoy woro muro  stolidity employed,  Ciuiada's   oxportiit'of manufacture:,  iii-ti iucroiuthig aphiudtdly,  lioro in tho  comparison;  Year ending Mar. .11, iuTi -liW.tKWJXK)  Voar cutting Mar. Iih 1U1.I -i:iJKK),tXX)  Your ending Mar. :ii. lllli &7,4f*O,tX)0  Yoar ondhig Mar. .'il. ..Mo HTi.uOO.OOO  Tliis Ih rapid growth, hut Canada in  still expurting loss than ttflLI'-UiWIi^yM'-^:  of her total  uiHiuifaotuiX'H.    Manufao-  turlug for   homo   market   doott   not  Ineroas'i it nations wonlth���ouly miimi*  fai'turlng for ox port doott that.    With  tho Ouvfiiiinicnt's   holp thin   export  iwulo oitahodouhltKl^tnutit h�� doiibj-od.'  Tho clerk tin-nod joyfully to his around. Mil did not nee Happy or your  wnrk,'.t*i.yhig: "Thitnk you, sir. Thank | bioilier. Henry Davy was In the samo  you a thou'satid times.���" I Jlattallon as 1 am.In'now. '   I mot hhu  Boetock OptomistJo.  lOxprttuslnir ovory confldntujo t-hat If  a Domlnkm oloctlon mhuuld bo brought  on tho Liborttl im-rty would bo roturnod  to power, - Senator Bontook of Brithth  Columbia, spok�� la �� vory. optomlntla  voln, Tho aenfttor* following tlio clou��  of tho KontUo, wont to Kngland, and  roUiruod lo Canada on Juno IU, Slntxio  arriving in Ciuuuln, ho ounforrtxl wltH  Sir Wilfred Liiurlor, tho Liberal loadut*.  Llko Sir Wilfred imtuttur Rolook la  vory much upporiud to bringing on,^  Dominion oloctlon during tho trw*.  "Ilowcvor." ho saya "ono ueviir oau  bo certain of what may truntiptro In  tlm Tory tjovornumnt and, thorofott* tt  heliuuvoK iho Ltboraiii U�� hu prti||ai-od  tu inact tlm Cunservatlvciii at any tlm***.  Llhcru)** all tliruiigh tha oauiorn |i��rt  of thi* count ry arc of uno opinion tui .to  what iJitct''iHuttilt. would ho should lho  llindoh Ouvurninoiu go to tho |ioopl**,  und that istliat llm Shudw dovorn*  uitiut would go iJoMM to tlofoat,"  School Examinations.  From tlio Albornl City and Port  Sohituls, tho following havo pawed lb*  ontritneo oxamhiftiion for lilgh ttciio<il:  Rronda Sinith, .... Clark*?, R. Rum-  phi'dy.t, I-.. Rurloigli, V, Rog'aert, W.  Vtuiahlcw, A. RumingH, R. utiytor, A.  Wood, N. Smith, J.W. Pauikcaer,, G.  Stono and N. Paul.  Beaufort School: 0. Rtvyno and C.  Vcary.' '���'     * ������  (llll School: O. Woodward, VV.OriJTttJ/  and L. Smith. ,  In tho lilgh school 11 out of 12 pasitttdl  to tlio second .yoar course of studios.  "V ."'?r~yD'!,"."L'.- V1* -II!'!"!  i.. '.,'i1* *-��'''�����--���"**���'���-������**��� - v.- ���*' *,�� M.'ii, t-VH- v.I JU*!**uX*i>BiH>i i*tii *  once or twlco but a Jot of lho follona,  dont i��o�� uno anothor for wookH at a.  tlmo and it is not to ho wondorod *-��i as  thoro aro such a Jot of us horo. Oil  the2tth thoro wore .Cantullan.*.," regii-  htrs ami Torrle.'***. all mixed up, some  going in sontd coining out. It was  lia'rd to loll which was wblah.  VVt-H,   Murdu, I think  1   will clo*o  now, trusting this find* you O.K.  Your old friend,  Davo,  ���* ^.a5i*a  i',  ���t !���  V7]C-  ft^H%**M��imat1 w��r"  r��m -  **_ pi vnwfWuw M?.r"(  ^ *  r        , �����  ii'yl'fi'-.J'alii .r.  /*���       WMiW^l  1*-i ***i.T�� iCTt*-t^ lUiMfftl aa   J   /*(- ���  ,!   -   *    ,.  ' *i    *''"    \:  .*---i>-  >-���>,  -,, ���Wf-f-'V*,-'  "VT ^f*'~T^���rt���K'r~m*pu*ir���itvvr,'**l'*** $rM*rl** ���**��-t(*t��iti*��>,*v*in***iT'ai''i*M*^  ��   ..ii     ���* it l*    i   <    -*    . i , * - --    *  ff^-wn**tr*v*^wn\i��^t**i***tfw-*"^  ^,.'    Vt .tt- ���:, ....   ,y,4\  *,;-.     ,\*}-���.-��   .'.*���-. f'v  - -.      ���.-.*������ --   -      11     ���*���**/... ft*l *-, t       I*-     *-.    t ���.*��*-*   *. ^.*J -      1  ys  ��� |     a����*r"     V^VtrnMHyUk-kHMHI  Jt��i  ii��� tto*- �����-**���*���.; ��� *  I.. *   ,   ���*, -.iiti-'  Il j��� ^ ���"- ��� ** i J  ft      -r.**-1     *rt -ii THE ALBE8M ADVOCATE.  tijflUTiljttatlflfirLi��� miiifflr'fJMTT'���"^'^"r^ "i \t r  tmmwmvMfamwtm' n \*i*��tt<>m*im ��#m ��� nw i-tw-^iw ���*Mi*y%in****i>ii#*w��t��w< ������aifltW'i.Mtwi.'^^  THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE)-;;r ,r ^^m11���KiFRACTICAL POINTERS  ABOUT ALBERNI  Th* Alixirttl Ati*w��*�� I'ut*ii*hh.{ and   ...   .,   i*  .  Print!*!* Co., hid.. Proprietor** ��� '" "   l   l  J. F. BLEDSOE   ���   Editor and Nanta-far  JF-atUUli-H. nt Alhcru-,, Slrlti.l!  (."ulKi-ilii*. Hi  Hit IOt��**BU of VftDllilUtl.") Mftllll ill tftlllfllt toui  lb** Atbtrnl Ul-itriiH in cutllou!**"  H**d Of f *���*,�������� I   Alburn-!. 0, C.  Ac**"*!.!***! W Uio Co-ttwaiMi-r   fui-  IrtMUltltMlt tlHtlllHtl   till! Iim 111* MI .fflllilt till.*  mUHt,  attfcWr.M'lll'Ua ID l'ilil1t-�� Ul. ('(Ulllllll" Ul" Ullilcit  KlttBItomt. Atit.U'tlH*'  N*"*- /.'-itl'i.i'l* Ni-fvli'tiitit.  IBM  Utul  oU��H'  t'lllHlUH'.   **lia  KlIHlUr I'lialltl  r����*lMloi>..-will Iw it-wivcil mi lUi* /  Oik* V��nr -      ,'     -      Ht��  MU MtiliUttt -      ���      *    l*0*1  |fo*>Ui*,i*JtoU.����,a!i��'.1 HU.ti'n, M''*k"����"'���������  tUttro-j-ran nurt oUic-i- ftu*'i��tii wvintilfi'tli'1'!"*  i,��(ir**Uf��  Ulmratti- fur ml! Ieini nolle*.* will liutlio-irtiii-f  ��i.lho,��(��ilt.liU��lii-**ll��ytliitll.��.,.timi'luUlii*'i'Ur.  tail mum h91'-sltl !t> Kilvinii'o.  TO COKRCflPONOKNTS.  A||��iiiuiiiunii*MI(ia*itai��imM fu*' intltUi'iiilm*  ntiit km nittot/iiiiniiiiiMl won lio* tiiiaiii (tail ml-  drt-m or Uti ���x/rlti**'. not Dnwioisiily ri'itnUiiii'M'  Ut��Bl*ttt(ti**UU��in)iiti'i!��ifK��t>tlt��liw. .. ���.'"���maul  UBilaiUkkP In K'lttrii lojis'UKt ttiiiiuiiuiily'illDii*.  N* i*uiiiiifiiuli)a ��i!l in* I'tlU !<H' I'DDtlo etiiiiii'.  Utnlunt* (i.unu''��' ��i'Ocl*l iiir*ri��cii*t'in-  ���W  *i��  the  front  und   thttt is!  ���certainly n credible showing,       j  Thu nioii of this, etmiRry have,  Aiuj.-'hl honorably middled honor* j ,,,.,,  , , ,    ,    , .',,    .1    i ,1       '        Albi'i'iit i*. roimht'd   liy   train   from  nhly.    11 is htnientuhlf that t-lu*.V j y,,.,,,,.,,,,   iUwwiUm* ���.���,* ,.n��d,* with  should tliu, hill it Is the hlood ol , Victoria, running thrott/.-h in Aiberni  martyrs   llmt'iu the need   of ..In* un ovory other day.   P'i>��"iigors  church.    And    i  Hity    thut.   no  tmtiouai   fabric eitu he built uu-  Jess it is contented hy the blood  of those will!n**; to inulco the sue  ritiett of their  lives for uu ideal,  ICvery  ritnndhtn will  walk with  head   held    higher    with   pride  when thtulciuK of the manner in  whieh  l.tinudtt's sons  huve  re-  Hpondeti to the ^ronl (tail."  The Colonel tool, a ride around  ���Stanley I'nrlr, paid a  tribute  to  the beauty   of the plnt;e and the  Kiowth (if Vaneonver, and three  Milieu refused to answer (|tu<silons  iih to his political intentions, and  summed willy a way to fcJouUlc,  Pt*t(***��#**i��'|,'**l''>"','l'" mm^^m-^^^*^"  AfUraf, B/C.,, Canada  *Hfi)*1*IV��)l'(","l"-'  "*" "*"  July 33, SOUS  SUNSET-SET  IT Ih with a fooling of very real  regret that we have to note  tho I'tiN-MlnK of the Vancouver  ".Saturday Sunset." This week  ond paper was always bright and  oiitertitiniuK and, even to those  who failed to see eye to eye with  tlni "llruee" person, there was  the suUsfaetlon of IcuowiiiK that  the very worst aspect of the opposition had iiuoi. put forward.  When   "iirueo"   passed there  i>HHH0d    With    llllll   NOIllUtllillK  of  thu tuntf and  spice  that made  tho "Saturday   Sunset';  rend the ouuse of tuany rude kuiTiiwh  PINK TEA OFFICER  JUST now llm good poople of  Vaneonver are indulKinK' in  everything from hroad grins to  Indignant snorts, The cause of  the same is the appointment of  one Mr, Henshaw, the lnmhiiud  of Airs. Henshaw, as recruiting  oilleer for I he Vaneonver District  Hut let those who know the  genlltjiuau tctt the sUiry. The  ���Sun has this to suy regarding  the appointment:  "The appointment uf Charlew  llenNhaw as recruiting oilleer for  this  military  district has  been  even whon feared, n\\t\ the linuolc  that.follo\vo(l oven in tho yfny of  hard thnes may have hastened  but only htiHteued, tin end which  wiim long ago in sight.-  Tho Vaneonver Sun will take  ovor some of tho features of the  Sunset, and continue the sub-  Morlptloi. IlMt until the business  tiloHUH with the Inpito of time.  COL. ROOSEVELT  THE great and only "Teddy"  somuthiHis known a�� Colonel  Theodore Hooaovult, iiassed the  other day. through Vancouver,  Strangely enough he appeared  t.ododgo the uowHpnpor men ami  outside ttf a few remarks made,  at the depot, dons not appear to  havu passed on record for any  thing special.  To the three thousand- ���Julia*  ttiftus, tuid others,' who gathered  ut tho depot to .welcome"Teddy "  he remarked' -V-    .  "I feel-proud at the showing  that Canada has made in the way  of helping Great Hrltiiiu. Will  you see that my regrets are expressed to the soldiers in tliis  city that 1 couldn't- stay and see  them and exproas iny ���'appreciation of their noble work in tlie  groat war. .  I huve enjoyed my four weeks  trip through Canada, and I like  tho country, hut. most of all 1  like tlie people in this country,"  Then, after -wishing Canada's  arms buccosh in her tight- by the  side of the Motherland the famous old politician leaned forward  in hiu charaeterirttic pose and,  apeakljig in a voice brimming  vrlth earnestness, he paid a high  tribute to tlie great Dominion and  her sons.  "I feel proud," ho said, "to  think that tho men of. Canada  have upheld so nobly the reputation of this hind by.the manner  in which they answered the call  among thorn, who have even a  slight iicqualntitnoo with 'tho  gentleman " lu question. Mr.  Honnhuw, while a highly respectable and estimable person, is not  the bean Ideal of recruiting oflh  curs. Hotter known as "Pink  T a Charlie" he has long served  u much more decorative than  useful purpose in the community  and his knowledge of matters  military is that of the average, gained from standing on  the street corner as the troops  march gaily past.  ��\Vuhuveu.> quarrel with Mr.  Henshaw, nor do wo llnd fault  with the soeiul 11 uUerings which  till out his existence. What he  litis done with his time In the  past would be no concern of ours  or of any .other person except  .that he has,been chosen to Jill a  highly hnpoi'iant. posit ion bythe  government. The.. appointment:  is,purely political and Mr, Hen |  slutw is mudo reeruRing .oilleer  for thi**' (Usiiicti for-'reasons'host  known to thtme who d'eiimiided  that he begiven tlie place.  Surely this is t-liii final blow to  tlteseif-respectof thecommtinity  Canada is at war, engaged in the  bitterest struggle...-for existence  we Imvo over experienced, yet  politics continue to play an all-  important part in the conductof  affairs. It is a .burning' shame  and calls for the most strenuous  protest from till who feel that  the hjmplre should be given the  best that Canada can give. As  chairman of the reception committee at a Sunday-school picnic  Mr. Henshaw i would be a brilliant succeas; itsit recruiting oilleer ho is an utter .impossibility.  All of .which would appear to  indicate that tho .appointment  fails to moot with that respect  that should come with the selection-of a cultured gentleman to  till an important position.  V(tiie,uiv**r City can cuiiuci'l tilth thlt  $rahi at Miiimhiio.  AllifH'iii Is also reiieheil by aleamor  from Victoria, and lu lho suuuuat'  months there U iii*mi)reil(*lh:h(ful trip  ihan this up lho west eonsl of Viuiimh-  vor l.thind ami ahmg iho |tli-ini'**.*i|u-��  Aiberni cniinl,  'I'll-* Island trunk 11 if liiet: N.H,  Is iiiitv hi'ilhllng from Victoria tu Al*  hernl.  Laud prices us lo acriiiigH varh*.  from $20 tu a* 11KI pur ncro (ur bush luud  uud frohi UKH) tu tfltKi fur Ituid that h-ai  boon cleared and , brought uuiler cultl-  vntloii. Pi'loes aro govuriied by (jtinllty  and locus ton, und land can be had In  any t|tutntlty.  It lias boon found thttt mixed farming puy�� h'-Mi. On plots uf from to), tu  twenty acre-' fruit gruwhig, dairying,  poultry mixing, hug* ami cat lie will all  pay woll.  In AlhiH-nl will bo round the u-uui!  advantages��of it progi'i^iRo Wetiorn  ('(immunity I hat has fait h, tun! tlm com-,  ago of Its conviction*,., Thorn nro a  number of guiat stores dairying a with*  range uf goods, .school**! (-hurt-hit.-!, tho!  Alhernl Advocate, newspaper, nud a|  number uf athletic and tochil chibs.  Tlm clliuttlo la as tbu* as can lm  found un tho Pacltlo Const, taken the  your round. The rainfall It loin than  tluitof lho City of Vancouver, lho  frost!*, aro light. Thoro Is seldom from  enough fur skating or snow enough for  sJolghhtg, iiuil when either tit llicita  cumes it only lasts a few daym. Politic summer and imt iiiiiii muiiihi Ihere  Is nothing in tho world to excel tho  Alhernl woaiJmr.  Alhorul Is tint uuihu. of ono uf tho  largest and most fortito valleys mi Viuv  cotivtir Island. In the District will b*>  found a vast wealth of limber of the  IItiust kind, con), Iron, cupper, marble  and other commercial Mom.)*, brick  clayti and other niatorhils,  Thorn are unumroits atti-aetlvu  opportunities fur llm miuinfiiciureraud  liivo-itor, The I-'dliuc t��f tlto Albornl  Advocate, Albornl, IJ. C., wlil ba glad  tu ink** thoso matter*! up with you,  Writ** to him for particular,,.  pxxx* *wm*i*uit>*ti��*mMmmm  fc^M\lw%i'.'^-  ''��>i*'', '^'*a.^.A*-i!.^>'!i,4i.U^-i.!  ���wsteasife-ssiisji  mwm  Will HoJd Regular Monthly  Meetings in the Basement  of the Motion 'Block* on the'  -��� Each. Month  As no further notices will bo  .sent out, 'please, remember tlto  ditto.  Atjidress all communications to  w. it. n: piucscott,  Secretary.  ^t*mm  *m&*^**wiMmmmta\*timi\*&tot  *%  Again we call the attention ot  our friends to the fact that we  are now taking delivery of a  stock of all kinds of  Letter Heads  Stationery,  Bill Heads  ��  Cards, Etc.,  All ordered before the recent  advance in paper prices.  Now is the time to stock up while the prices  of this class of work remain at the old levels.  Orders from outside points will  ���* _ i  receive careful and prompt attention.  Publishing & Printing Co,, ltd.  "HJNGLE" According to the "UntverMl Dictionary," is a word which ie uaod in approaching thaia��  subscribers ol a newspaper who are In'arrears With  their subscription duet?. 1! this means you, don't  get mad, but: .  ti ,*u*A��i&ai<attfnvt/&iUriwaf/tHML KhtiM  ....������''' ������'.*'..-; ���       ..... l'i . '   .    ��� ..^. mzm&mai  I  ���*"^!&��^i^^^  THE AIJ8ERM ABVOCATE  im<an,i, imiim��iaini��iinii-a��iii��aii-4>iiii')kaia�������  TK  f tm  *mm*/* awwfca  n>��r>   > nt-au��mnnrnt mm \i mtmvmt**tt^^r*nm  St" ATI koriri enourfh t0 n8^ yourself seriously the ull im-  ^^ir portant question/'An. 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?'  CLASSIFIED ADS,  .',','!   (  WORK AND WORKERS,  Until further notice nny Horson do*  siring employuiont, and tliusti who  wlili tu hire help of any kind, will (hid  tho columns of the Alhernl Advocate  upt*n to make known tholr wants to  tint public without charge.  Tim sorvicu is froo.   Make use of it.  , ����������  T rinlr *nto ^ie recorc* ��^ ^,0 l)ast ^ew yeiArs carefully,  LAjKjjSu an(j without projudice. Size up tho present situation and the outlook for tho future, if these methods are  to be continued,  T iQ^iOYl To the voice of reason. Think of what must  l~j!btUIi be behind the scenes when life-long Conservatives are deserting McBrido. Study the Liberal platform  and make up your mind to have a change of Government.  Will Trad*- My 10-aoro ranch, 1 l-l  iiilh'H from Coombs for thmdod cornor  lot ami shuck, lu ur tioar Alburnior  Port Alboiiiii John 1-Ylih,  Parksvillo II. 0.  ���*.-TV4a"Mtw*mo'(Wi  Want**.d.i.~*l'.xporlonc.ttd, middle ngod  ICuglixh widow, wants position ns  liontinkoupor.   (loot! roforoncci, "Ad-  .* Mr*. K. Hrynut, Aiberni, IhC.  ���u # i*r*ilMirAnte 4****w  For Html.���-Two room building noxt  to Alhernl Hotel. Apply ui (1, A,  Muilth,.Alborni, it, C.  For 8��lo*i.H (lvo aoro blocks, 40 itorcs,  i.vvtt.v below tho (luvornniout AguiiuN  asses-ununt In lot III,   Apply lo  .Iitnii)** Lteok, P. (). nux-1.18, Victoria.  in-'*(**. +* awiaiiM*. \m I iHJt -Mian  Wantod'i Work liy tlio day hy an ox-  port dressmaker ami tnlloroM, Into  nf Hpi)knno,-.-Mr(i. M, , !'.. lliiuch  llcavor Crock I toad near Thu Maplm*.  watgii'ii.'j"��'.,'i,':  PMm\wmwo��mmimKmfmmm*m*m^��w^*amn*Kvmmt��m  mMiailiammi*t*timmGmtMmM  ���wrr  S.    EATON  Margaret St;f Aiberni  ���Painter end Pap��r*!Ian����r  Wallpaper*,   kept   In   etoek   -at  lewo-st  prlcoa.  PICTUH1S     P RAKING  Ksthnuluii Proe.  mty\m^*>V)\<+*m*WW Tyiw-w-*ii.y-4*^*W|*||*4^i>*i   I iti.if  mr&um*mvM**mm*mmmw  O  *wmmmaw��vttmw+vm  H*��1-J��**r-* "  By woui-lnff your Wood from  the  ALBERNI WOOD YAKD  Dry Fir,$1.76 per Hole, delivered  Gt'tteu Klr,*!.6(l ji��r Hok, "    "  Good Work     Prices Right     Prompt Attention  Leave orders at ManuoFw Blacksmith Shop, Aiberni  ��� -      Or  CALL, OR 'PHONE 18.  P. 0. BOX IB.  Wonted, ��� PohIiIoii  ih* hoiiHokoopiu' to  oktoi'ly cuuplo or   hiichnlur,   mi mi I  salary fur guud homo   good cuulc.  Apply HouM.ikoepor, Advocate D'Heo.  Wonted -Pnorgolle hidv holp or young  wuimui to help with liouso worlt utul  look itftur baby ucciHiiuunlly ��� -wi'lto,  (tinting ago, oxpurloi'ico and salary  expected to 0, l-rienir ihtmllold, ll,<;<  A.1,1.-. J'A 1",W 'I  These  Little  Bring Results  G��rtrud�� St.  .''AX.bttrni  . B^araai)��i*gajtr<i--i-ifi-r:*t'-l.-**a'i".  ���Professional: Cards  *l��a|Wli*11--iW I  ��������������. 'GEO. A. SHlTHiCE.,".; "  iU, C. Land Surveyor, Surveys of  timber limits; inlnoral olahni), ami laud  ���ubdltlalons.   OHloo at Alhernl,   P. O,  Box 33. y _  ,-.'   ���('.���  H. m. T. HODGSON  A. M* LCi'lS.  MOTION BLOCK  *W*v . *..!�����*.. **.i*(M��a��i>. maw. ��� t mwiii*; viwti ��uw*^a-- b\w*ik*a*i> *uu*4  C, GALES        Proprietor  ���mn  Liberal Platform.  1, All contributions to etrnjiidgo  fundi** to bo open for puhlio Inspoelloe  at any tlum, and tho mm to which they  tu*o put io bo cioarJy Indicated.  '��, Tho appointment of a non*pn,r��l-  jum civil norvlco coihihIksIou to tusk*  all appoint menu lo both out-aid* aot)  lmtido Kcrvlco.  3. Tho -abolition of patron-air*-* *��  ovory form, all purchase* to be at*4��  in tlio open market flnd on rsgulmir  bunlnosi* terms."  ���1, Tlio publication of �� regular  q-jurtovly bulletin, givivlng fail detail*  of ail inonlo* expended hy tho govern-  tnont.  5, Wo agroo to ask for a ootumicalon  to hivoutlgat*' tho a it aim of th�� piro-  vhtcu ttmt tho rout facta may bo koowo  and tho hand*i!of tho govern in oat left  fi'-vo to rotitoro iho credit of 111* province and devdop its grt-at^itsitouroae  fur tlto boiiedt of tho p-sople.  il. Whorevor the !!tidings of thlt*  comltutlon show that the roiouro**** of  tho jirovlnco havo been allonRttjd hy  fraud, tu take tnioh ���imps as .hail rt*  utoro them to thopooplo while protecting tho Innocent lnveitor.  7. Tht* onoouragitinent of a-^H-  oultiituro hy loam* on oany teruii, ^y  iiHiivlHgacctHtslble.'soloHllflohiforiD'HttO'1  iih to the nature of tho noil and clhnatlo  ami other coudtitong of oaoh r*fton,  tho oncourngommit of oo-operathm end  by overy Icgltluinta uioitnt to mak��  rural life tu* ittttactivo and p roll table  111 por-.tlblu.  8. Tho tlovolopuiont of mines,  fiu'chiti and uthor groat natural r**  sotii'cds uf lho province hy oiicoumglng  tho actual producor and timkhi'i a*  dllllculi and unin'ulhablo tho aetlvtiies  of, tiio inert! exploiter and aptioulattva.  luvcHtor.  V, Tlm liuprovHinntit of the ooti*  dltlomi of iht* working olatiaes by doing  all poHxtblo to mtiurti a reonon-Ablt**  wago, fair worlthig oonditlouc and  docont mirroundhigc. for all olets.ea of  labor, providing for ��ompou*HMlon for  tho Injury or douth of the worker and  taking Mich tUop-** tin shall ellininat*t  tho fitilforlng now falling upon th*  workut-K iu Uuio.1 of flnanolai deprec*  titon.  10. Local option for tho control ot  tho lkpior tralllo.  11. Equal autfragn for men aud  women,  12. Tho fair and Impfcrtlal euforoo*  moot of tlio law.  lib Tho protection of Innooont In-  vextors by rigid itiNpcotlon of all ootn*  panici*.  14. A rigid nnd impartial enquiry  Into thn fiutuiolal position of thu P.Q.8.,  and ('.N.I*. ralhruyn ami the dlipo-S-  itiun of the, monoyii alretxly provided,  and if uncttNitary thn government to  take over the road** and complete them  in tho tutoroiiK of tlm people rather  thai! to coiithuus-Uso-prstMi-at p.oiioy.  .ini**-.ii,l,i,i.,ilifiny.iiiM-*i ���l'i*iw.iiriM,-t,,i-*i-w*.iiii.ii*[*1-a-*.liik**i***iiiiii*i iiiiiii*��***i*iMiiii*i,ii-.iiipki-*iii|ia--iiwljw��*-H^wi*^  **ayatt*w*aiM*a��w-a..-.ii*.,'ii<|i-.iilii.i*M.iMiii.i-ft**rt*i.iilM-.kiM*lrtMafc^i*.wift^*tfa^^  Ht. C. Lttnd ��uinc*yor und Civil En*jhu����ic  . OUleee:-''-Carmeer  Bloek- Port'-I'Alb��rnl  Phone 87  Olvll and Mining Englncor  and  Aibulrnt  Provlncla) Land Surveyor  "��� ���   ' ���        B. C,  In days of Financial 8tref>�� like, tho present, when every dollar  counts, and necessitates careful expenditure, you want the fullest  yaluo for your money and all you have ^ott-o-doi.sto. pay attention  to Ledorman's.Tuly Sale,  V.-!'**'   '������ ^i'"^.''-* ?��. -I" -^s' -wi^Jl - ^h -Mk*j^Fa-i!r%-^)t^4��- *>��^>^kliual^ r-S -iKvlt^ 'viR 'T-tlT-.TlVar^jiyi!?!'  Sash, Door�� and Glass  Building ��nrj  . Lime,'*Bricks  ��r..  Aiherni  Phone 29  P. 0 Box 9  M��*mmn*mm4*vm**Mmmmmmim  L^!^aK^^^  Bricklayer 'ana rtason  !: -.. '    ���.    '  Plastering and Cement  Auctions*??  ;r;riiiS32i?iiSa��ssi.  Zui Avenue  Part Mbr&i  0>  -Wn-J-   fwT-\T��' at*���"**  r \  "Twwi^ V*'-*.** "��    iS1"*f  i      'r  * *^-f'*i.i*'"k-y��| -���������-�����-*^e,T*** ,^ nmVTIT**���**!b  C .   "   " 1 1  * *    k ' , fl.  k ��jr��,-  ��   V  1' tilt 'Af  '. IT-ll-f,.-  u  ) I  'l-l -   t ���> \    , *.- THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE.  fcn.iw^-Mri'ina.iMik-iif ���**t*>-aiw*��*i������i vtt*****n**t.-��r-#*-*aian��amiWi �������*"W* i��*j.inmi����jui-��--. ..��....���w., .���,_4^.^,.���i���-..,^..-...,,,��� ,.^.- ���,,���.r -irrfin.-in**ir,|-i-nfnm.*r ri n maun  ' ��*TS��*^k  from 50c. up.     We Invite  Your  inspection.  Waders for Ladies and Children  ML L Holt  Aiberni, B.C.  Ladlei*' Homo .Iniirnnl PutlcriiH alwaya hi slock  jKm  -wu.  Commencing Friday, July 23  Ladies' Waists 50c.    Childrens* Drosses 25c���50c.  Ladies1 summer ve3ts 15c Ladies combinations 35c  Fred 'G;   Cox,  THIRD AVENUE  PORT ALBERNI  J  TAILORED CLOTHES for MEN  We huve just received  our Spring and  Summer samples,    Your inspect ion invited.   Fit nnd style guaranteed.   Prices  FROM $20 UP.  CA MPBEL L & MA CFIE  Hrf-Mr*.   *.*ia**.a.  Mutton IJiuek, Alhernl  PhunuMl  Plr.-it A vt*., Pui't Alhorul  I Miuiio 7.1  mtum  t\*Mm*>*4+*tww*mm  mm**iw*w*tVM*Mim  ***t*����PM^t^-**��i^  EBEH1 anania;  TOMS-GREEK  The Viuicuiivoi' Sun f���-lve* at',ilmi*|i,\  In I hi1*' follualiif* *'l|sh --Uir.v" which Is  ctilfitlntt'd to miilte the Albornl Atiiut*  his.ltu'ii f'toen with envy. Nut over  tho ;*)/(��� nf (hi* ili-fh. That 1** ��'i|iy but  the imiiini'i' ut ll** (akbi^.  According,to lho Shu, Pulicn li-->por*  lur MoNoety wu** tlto horn, and tii'eon  Lit Iti* tbo Ncene, uf (he cmul'iir.  Tin* action uf tho hi��� icy revolves un  lln* laiiiliug of it huge miiimliiiii trout-  luoKMU'lug thiriytfour iuul i)ii'eo**jiutr*  tors Inches- long and weighing seven*  troll ami threi**i|tuir(ur puiiiiilK,  According lu llie authentic tlnry  supplies hy Iho   provhleiiil   poJIee, the  iiU-pCCtl.C Wilt   Sitting    lu    Ills    Illllll'   un  (Ireeii Lake Satui'day tiiii-niuiiii drowsy  over (ho wiii'ii��nv*i when stulilenly about  tlil'i'O'tjiiiiriei'fi uf IiIk Hue run nil' tbo  I'i'ol and took a deep dlvo inln the hot*  turn uf thu lake. It aliuiM upset tbo  Inspector and thu hunt. Ihu. tv lib that  presence **f mind whh'h has boon a  elHirnelerislto uf thu luspcciu he fell iu  j tho work cautiously. Then cauio ihu  grout. tftjuU'-M.  Htnir uftor hour apod by und *>lll) tho  Inspector worked with hi**lliu', playing  tint inuu-sioc iruiit liitu a viui'i'itu plays  ii ruytil Hush, Tint sun sunk slowly In  tho west", the bird*** weiii in itiul  Mill tlm inspector kept at his work."  The Hue cut tlto skin uf hi* haiids tu  ribbons, not Itu htory goes, Imt, tintiit*.  iiiityeil, the slt'ttiit (lediii* luiudkereblcf  iivi*i> his wounds iuul fought bravely on  lb* *>puk��. tu tho IImIi. lie iirgtied, tie  pli'iit'k-il but all to no |H!i'|iii*-i��, At'imml  uud itriaiud iiml In ami out tlie trout,  worn ibrough tlio mysterious moves of  lljo uudoi'wiiior iiiugt* whilo lln* inspec*  tor illt! iho Itonliaiiuu hi tlio bunt, which  ivituli d tu du the dip,  Pltuitly iho union brulii* ever lho  crttst uf tho bill, and,.as the witnesses  hiiV, the lUls camo to lho surface, for  one glimpso. With one fell swoop tlu*  lir*poctur slipped tlie hiiitllngtiei under  Ihu t*tru;'kling mumuor anil dumped  hhu tutu iho boat and rowed In iriumiih  to iho shore, li was iho biggest Huh  over taken out ttt Oretiu Lake, It I.'i  understood tiuit Dr. t'ltrth hi attending  tlu* luipoctttr whllu tho hitter Is recovering frmn iho expoi'leiiue.  ran and Shorts  Expected this week-  Another Carol Gasoline, Distillate and Coat Oil  '""���' -���li��,��<Tr��>i.iniiu,i,iilliiiiiii| ,i,n, ihimhiiimhhih, iiimii*!, ii,iwiiai,nnM**��i**M����kiiliiinliiiili.i��i����MW��a��a��a��MM��iwwaMl��M��aMa*��  Pioneer Feed & Coal Co.  * i  Olllc'i* Pbuiio I /.'.I  A. PAUL, Manager  He����� UU  mmmamatim  TRY A COP OF GOOD COFFEE  BRAID'S BEST . . 1 lb. tin 60c,  RIDGWAY'S  , . .lib. "��� 4Sc.  Si. JANES . .', . 8 lb. " 40c.  n. J. B, .... 1 lb. tin 60c,  St. JAMES . . , 1 lb. ������ 45c.  RAINBOW Jamcwit 1,1b. ������ 46c.  JAVA & MOCHA   .1 lb, V 60c.      .SEAL BRAND . . I lb. ������ 60c.  COSMOPOLITAN, . 1 lb. "35c.       COSMOPOLITAN . 6 lb. ���" 30c.  Tho Busy Store  v. it,    **-*4*   an * - .        Hi  Ti*!".     -W *,fl-t n*v t. S-.JW-* * *b    t, ���^I.Vi'-.-tiX'An*.  On th�� Busy Cornor  10SY  Washington,   ..uly    HU-Wlih   the  rot'urn horn today of.'Pro'-nlduiit' Wilson  the formation of tho  pulley  to lie pur*  , HucditK a t'onseuuoneo nf  tho second  Gormnn nolo will bo begun.      '  The proHhlont w|H collaborate with  Koci'otary Liundiijl' hr completing a  ttu to to tlio tiorman Government, that  ha** boon tontativoly prepared, to bo  donpatchod probably hofuro tlto end of  iho coming week.  While lioiail*, as tu tho course which  i,** to )>o fulluwi'd aro with held, it If*  known that both'the ��� president am!  Mr. Lansing have practically inado up  ���tholr mind* that a dollnlto stiitomeiit  of what tho cons* (|uencoH uf a ftu-thor  violation of American right** would be  sbutild bo i,'lveii l-ulhii f��i.'i'iiiaii.guvoru-  mont' hi the next cuminu'uieiit-ioii,  Tboi-o Im little llkullboud Hint, tboi-e  will bo any   further .'discussion of tho  prhicjplet** tnvolvod,  liy tho rocotit attempt- to doiitroy/tlia  Hi'itlsh Ibio-Onhiiia, carrying a h scuro  uf Ainiu'lcant*) tm her voyage to tho  United iSiate-H with nu lUtiiiltionM or  contrithimd,' ���uiiiolnl.s horn fool tliat the  posit luu of tho I Jnlted Stattni'iis slated  lu jiroviuus !Hutes lias been iiiatorlaily  strongllictieil. They doolaru that It  bi'iii-s out tho American contention  that, tho ebui.tcto)' of a vosK-ol, hor (les*  thiiition itiiii cargo, can lie determined  only by visit and Nearcli. A** yot ulil*  clal Infurinatiuii is hickli|:g to shutv  wbothoi* tiflie t)rduua , wiii*. ."lutackod  without warning find what iho.clrcum-  slitucei* wore of lid*''onc'ouht.oi*. with  the (ieriiiati Nubniaritu.'. in discuiislon  of the case sti'i'ss is bid upon tho fact  that the vessel wits en route tu tlm  United States, anil carried no cargo of  Importance, making.thu attack on'..tho  vessel carrying Americans seem wholly  un w Hi-ran t I'd.  Por Stile Nice pony, rising t wu years  oh!, .PHcit t-K'to, or'will trade fo" pl#s  or calves. A.W,  Iteath, McL'oy  Lake.  nUwvti Win Oui.  It itlll be noted I Itut the coal minors  of Wiihiit have wuh out in their oiVni't  !** secure nn tiicroiise In wagt'**, Am  Minn as Lhi.tii Ot urgn iii'i'lveil un llie  seem* bo grasped i lit. >,liim!luu*. Tlit-sn  men wore doing (he liiiult's,, kind .of  work, and uiuii'i' i'dikIIiIoih-ul cuiisiaut  dnngor. Tin' war eiiuiiltjons hrnunht  grouter pi'ollls to thu Hilim ((iviii'i's,  j mu) liiei'i'iis! tl cost of living to tin*  men, Tholr work demiuitled the iui)*!  luniiifslilo^ fiiiitl. Thoy miml bitv'e It,  if Llii-al**.! iii'i.'n binl been in Aiberni  he tiuuitt buvo hm'iI i!it* lino leuiier  utul ai.isiitiuliu; uieiith furiiSshed by Mr,  I'li.'J!,',.,!- r, iho lut'iij htitoboi', Us I!  itliuiiiiirtl. itntl nn.iiij.,"*d for n etinhiatit  Mipply fur tlie mi-ii tvliu are lining  niii'Ii impuriiilil vvoik um iIioko coiii  Hilnei>, -    ���  Homo Guurd,  (JuiU'il tinlels, duly 17. IUI**.  (I) Appulniiiioiui*,.Promotion4**.  T, j'l; Wtlkhisun appnlutud .Sgt*Majur  - It. J.(, Kraser promoted Sergt.  ���r'W. Prhu* promoted Horgt,  f��, Jtulf promotod Sorgt,  With eiYect fi'um tills dat-ti. .  (li) A L'adut t,'ur'P!*-wJll ho -signed on. of  hoyK of apruvod- sh.e, ago iniiiiatorht)",  iMiys- whilihig.'i'n' join tu bo at tho Di'lll.  Mull 7 p, m, sharp Sjuturday���.2-Hh,".  (.'!) i'ai'ado iiiilii furihor ordors, 7.'.'{e; ovory iSatiirday.  (I) Pot all for week ending  July'Jlth -  'i'u  bo  Orderly-  Sorgt,   Kgt, 'It. L.  Frnsor.  m: Krost,  -   O.C.   '  Italian Notes.  Itonio. July UO,'  Tho ItaliiiiiN  huvo  gained fivu miles on Uio  Austrian'*!  ill  the Ison/.o um! other iflistrh't**-*.       '  , --Mllil,(KKi,tKX)  has lu'oii  stil'Miribod  to  Italy's iiiitloiHil iDtiii.  Tho cumpluio i-utite of iho Aiisti'linis  In tlio Plain of t'ttn-ioi Is a mutter of a  few hours. A III*1 rco fight Is being  waged all along tho Isun/.o front.  Tho Wdi-known and Old Established Grocer., Ba!;crt and Product} Mtrchacts  OUI. A I JlHKAI)  OUU (1KNOA CAKK"  OUit CJOOIvlKS    ���   .  OUR HUN LOAVKH  ���    :i for UDc.  por Ih. "if'-Ci  ���     II du/, for iJ5o.  O'tt'.h I Tie. nnd J2So.  1-.1-.AV1'. YOUU OUDKKS for PltMHlCUVlNtl -A Pit I COTS  WITH US     ���  Victor;!) Quay Store, Phono 36 ���   ���   ��� Argyle Street Store. Phone 148  *��� ***t*# *i >���(���>> m**** m+MMmmm4mmkmy*+*m*m  |.*yiaa^%*^r,^^  ���fflWtf*M*tiMt^^  Mtwm*mm  tttt.  TTV^SKS^Ti  SSSfflStt  r  |,t^!*��|*(��*-<WI^^  ���'",., Can now supply prdoi'H for !''lr��t Clasi*  tough and Dressed Lumber of AH Kinds, Shingles, Etc,  Local Order**'will receive npuchtl attention,  �����'4it.,.-���'*, .-.��r  ���(.!iill at  thn  Mill on ���thn -.Scotch��� Motilouiont Itoud, or Pliuno  or write to Uio Mtuiiigor  Fhon�� R49  Alherm, B. C,  You got a Mt'tliw'i* Deal from  our Advertisers  L  fix  Ji--3


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