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 ii-��  V  t*"^*?** A  Vol. B  Aibcrnl, B.C.* Friday, duty 31, 1014   '    \  No. 23  iniw iwi<n<iiimn rn^wiTf Miiir <f niiar yi Y~TirffiiiiiiiBiwM"iii*)iirMiiw will ii[ii.jgijuu_i  On Good Road, Excellent Land, Good Water,  For Sale on Very Easy Terms  Uoouik, 'furulttliwl at', tmftimlHlicil, tjultublc for OOIcoh, in  Motion lilo'elf.   HoiWH to limit  JAS.  R. MOTION  Uoul EntaUi mi (I liiHurnncu  I'hono'ai, Albornl r.O. Hox SB  The Royal Baiik of Canada  lftter^Kratod 1800 Ihwt Offiw; K&ntread  Capital Paid Up ; : ��i 1,360.000  Reserve Fund : : $13,000,000  Total Assets over :     :   $175,000,000  A O&NKNAf, IIANKINU ItUKINKHK TttANHAI/TKH    !    !    t  Savings Bank Department nd^S^r3!S,lF";^  Banking by Mail  IkciKititu lit*��- |m�� MittiU mul ��Uh��lr*wii  \>t mull,   fwiimi imrtlculmt will tflint.1  )i t^ iiIvvm (��>' l��u��r f��'����rJUitf ��il d>'  imrUiM-nt*.  Over 3H0 limnetic* and Atfont'ies,   Jil Ht-anches In Jlrlilith Columbia.  l'orre>��tKmdent�� Throughout tho World,  Alborni Branch  Port-AlburiiLBranch  l<\ W, Doticu'i'v. Mumper  Our Htouk ��� m itfow Comj'.k��U*        K-vorythltiw Kor Tin* Homo  I��� your credst is goojd ���  V.'o Invite you lo (toll und I inmost OiirHuiok unit 1*i-Ic��?j��  Hofrltforttinrk juM arrived,    Now In 11*** lime totfot mm  t.V.\.    uV>f. IIOUHK Kl-UNIHUKMH      '   KAKY I'AVMKNT PLAN  ,  Third Am��u�� FETCH CONROY, Prop, Opji, Us��uft>rt Hel*i  ASK FOR SPECUL DISCOUNTS  ��tfNMCjQ>MIMttOT*MHMU***C��Mmfe*M����lMUHMM  WHAHMn��  n��M  tliit   llt>tlt!ltif  of  Ml)'  MIIIIMOftflttl  VUltlO  wim discovered."  Tint aUm* u taken from tho topon  of Mi1. U. (U Forbes, M.K., M,A.il,,Mi.ifJ.i  M.i.M��Mii eu\    Head Itover a^aln,  tiitil pleatm point Mtil �� >lnjfl�� rwou  Tho AtiMiittl ICf|��trt of the MliilMor whji any of tho Infortntuioo t'oiijMlm*!  GETS SLAW  of Mine*. fui<ili��i jfor iHMJitttf ihoembei  ,vl|��t,, IWP, l�� m bund, Si jtiti'iwtuty  |j.�� mm uccount of th<�� "mlnlou opera.  ilnni. for jjiihf, cowl, on*,, |tt ilin |��r��.  therein should liiul It* way Into un  nnirlitl roittirt. H I* ju*t w knock,  Nnthintr mine, and, If truoj hiiould  iwvt'f hitxo ln>���� |MiltlUli^l.    Il wouM  vliu'i' t>( h'lllUll r<>Uit��i!tlu."   'J'JiIh  UjImi of IntoritM, ��i��>wov*��r, t���� limiw Jui?t  HtHltlHl    Il1��lll   III"   lllli��   |<��Kt>..      It    �����   ft.|l��'ll��MO til��  JjlMllli'lMIOI I'lHlW ItttVO Ili'Oll  Hiu�� f��i vuluiim, jirlniwl hv miilioni* Jl����oMii*r mi lh<> ooi'wnIoh of hl�� vMl-mi  ����f tlin U'j{l��ltttlv���� AmimiiIiI.v, Imp ili��  KOiJtX'ttl  liifornmtloii  wf tin1 ��ur|ij hi  lMFfc'i��.      H  MHHlll����   *l��tl*t|l'i��   Of   IHOIV  us' I��m* vftluo.   It lia�� w��iu> ivjmrtu tlmv  iW��jt��t��t   IllOlt*   Of   U��h!i  IllftlflllKllllll.     It  u!m�� coiititlno a lot O.'lMHV "(llUT" that-  dliO<ili! ncviM' Imvo found Uh wuy Into  iiti uiflrlttl ivpoi't' of lit!" kliul. A* it  huiuitlii tttki-rrfi-om tln�� ropoi't is t!i��  following:���  MONITOH.  ��� "Tim Monitor inlrio IiimI Ix'oii o<|iil|>|tc<l  with un eorltil iriiiijwn^v. hIuVIi, Ik��w.  (jvof, lw now ��;ointiU��M*l,v .wi'imhoiU 'fhty  inliH^'wofklnifd ui'O tl��rvM''i|W��.r'im'N of it  tnllo fi'oui.'tl����'i*tm (tt un (kltivutU)ii of  -4^'ftn��ti ititil w��i'o full of witun", wi tl������y.  could not hn liJH)iiH?U'd. A xmitU hoist.,  vortk'ikl l>olktiMii)du lioi'lzoiuitl-pluuuvf  . pimi|�� Rt*> Httil ut tho inlno, lint ttfo  (|Uilo niliR-d   fioiii  osimnunt.    Al>oii|.  'liHlf.wuy up-thw thill-.front t!i�� i<ikl>ln��  (i SUU(i prudiiuflllnif litis 'houn dono io��  <km>lb* on BOino w>n|)or-.it.ttlHod folsltot  ut Iikvh wcfis ilioitoUitolitinkm of oiittl  iMioyi-lto dt>Volo|Uvlt   by   ttltk, )��,*!.   |��ro��  *l><i(<Ui>j,' i��'oi<k itouo on iIiIh elnini. U  }-�� tho tni��iitioi) of (Jio owner, Mf.  1,001(10x1 J-Vtinh, to Mt'iul Mr. FoiIioh tt  fo^ Mttoplcs of tltlH on< aisil ��*.!( lillii If  ho Mill thlnkh thoy mio only "copiior  Htalnrd fitlxlto," it tut of no roinmoroliil  vitluo.  If tho roiimlndof of tho I'oport lit on  it jmr with thlti eholeo A})o(|tlurti for*  tnlnly ilio Klnif'H I'rintor inl^ht Imvo  lwt<�� lienor iMiipluymt thin) wustlnj,' tho  puhllt' inoni\v on mifh a volunio.  ..ElMtrioal.wirlnl;'  Tho City t'tf. Alborni will ho Ht by  t^octrlo lillii In thovory juutr futiii'<��.  Arc you iwttly for lt�� JfnobwooW.  O. iMiiffcr, HIiHUrlcHt ICnjflnot'r, who  will tuUMid to hI! ordoiH for wiring,  hiul lltfht inKtitllitt'lon, promptly. Huo  liliu, or litttvo. oixtoiH ut 1'itliiti's hard*  wuro Mtoro, Alborni.'  Vancouver, July 28, Special to the Advocate.  ���War has been declared between Austria and  Servia. AJ1 Europe-In In a turmoil, and a general  war Is predicted, Germany has informed the other  Powers that they must.Keep hands ofl. The British  fleet is held on a war footing. Russia has informed  Germany that she cannot remain neutral if Servian  territory 1b invaded. The German fleet has been  ordered to assemble on tho Norwegian coast. The  Russian army is mobilizing immediately.  Demonstrations in favor of Servia are going on  In Paris. France will be forced to take a hand. The  next day or two may witness all Europe plunged into  a general war.  Austria has seized Servian river steamers.  Gormany declines Britain's offer to confer, The  German fleet has been ordered to concentrate in  home waters.  Secretary Grey says England is fully prepared  and wiU await developments.  Vancouver, July 30. Special to the Advocate.���  The London Times says^ it is expected thut Russia;  will Immediately hurl her forces against Austria.  Negotiations are broken off between Russia and  Austria, and theJ Russian army-Id ready for any  emergency, .   *    ��  All Europe expects the C'/nr to hurl his forces  against Austria at once.  The British army is mobilizing.  Belgrade has been occupied by Austrian troops.  A large British fleet sailed this morning under  sealed orders.  U)NIH)N, July iM. -Tho Au>m>.  liuiiK'itflitu jfovtirntiioni dooluroit war  iiK'tthiht Ki<i'vlii tO'iiiiy by it inisiiif��>i.lo  which In ono of thi�� hrfofoit of mo-  imnunu* iloi-umontN In hhuory.  Oorintiny i��tv��Hl tho w��y for thlo  diH'liiiotlou by Himmim'lfijf hor rojo^.  ilou of tint .lifliUli M'homo to brlntf  tho font" ikiwmi'm ttitfoilntr In ronforiniro  for imnlliitloti. (Itiruniny nxphiiiitHl to  tho jiiibllc thut hor itlly could not lm  oKptu'iid to submit hor io'Ih to un In-  ti��riiiitlonul, I'unncM ������� If cho worn ono  of (ho lhillmn Mutoit.  Tho notion prormlotl tin* th��o|��riuloti  of tsufhy only two'bunn., and j/itvo nu  ikxliibltloi) of tho poi'foftly hrti-uiwiltm-  wnrkinif ��f tho pttrtnorxhlp boi-woon  tho two nation*, whlob Mood (Irmly  io^��>iticf tlittuiijli tho HoKiiiitu t'i'l"l��>  of HKW.  Tho oumro tif lntori��ct. hits uhlftid  sharply U�� St, l'i��ii��rnhiirtf whioh ImliU  tho tlmdiilon whiMbor nu Kumpouu  w��r, vthloh probiihly would hlilft tho  biihtnoo of puwor, if it would not  mirrttutfo thu onllro imtp of Muroi-'i1,  Imo lirt'iik out.  Thoro I- no doubt In HrltWi tniixK  thut AiiHtfin hiul fully rt'HolvtKt to  utillieu tho provoiiHtlon itlloitttHt by tho  BitrttyMVO itittitliir* to wlpo thi�� oltito  o.lt'tvnof nil''..'ftv'cuuntu nifnliiM,. Morvle  nod tlittt.oho^orvKd tot tiUtii'm'ttim on  JuM', tv|ih?h wuw tlo*ij��rniHt to hwvo iso  roKiilt wtvii��� winv.  , 'J'hu iu?;kt nowh o.k:|h'h<tid U tbo .'.om  oupiulotti of ltol��frtid**. atu) ibitt oVtti  now niisy bo un tto��'onipH*ho<l fiit't,  |(o'|H��rt�� of niitftlt onooU'Hofistkioiiir tin*  front top liitvo Ihhvu poriuUtisi W"' j��u*��.  thiMviiMir, Inn tnilitttry'-i*k|>����i*'iW. hoiv  bojiovo tlmt iiiiihilixtttUm b��* uirwMiy  buoii oiTohUhI, ��.n��l thut it thoiotiyhly  phtmiod ctttupitltfii I* wolj undt'v wtty,  POUND BY-LAW  WILL REMAIN  i:jNUI,AN�� DOKSN'T WANT W'AU-  Thorn f�� ftWiiiitoly no ^utbusl��>iiu  in Kuh'html for witc- nodol^lro for iIiIn  pHrthtiiJitr witr, whk'h eonfrnnTK~Tiro.u  Hrltiiliii yt't tlivro Ih tt tfonortil bollof  tiitii hnibobllifntlotiki to Iht iKirtiH'i'H  In tho irlpb* ontiuito, tin vvoll n*< hor  IntiM'i'Htk iu�� it tfi"*ut I'Juropotin power.  i\ III fotvo hor to support Uu*h1u und  i'Vniu'o In ni��y hIvhs limy miiy taken   ,  MWIHTON" llO.MKUt'l<l-:.  Thodiirk dovolopincntu of tint dtiy  woro roroivod wllitout oxoltotnoiit, but  wlthtlui dot<poM- kIooiii, Tito iinino,  dlitto oifoct of tho it'tir oloud I" likely  to bo ti iMinproinlfo on homo rule,  hluoo it!! pui'ilo*, fci'l Dust douioxdo  iJIsM-nshmx iiitotl bo Nottlrii nu nil wmn  in tho fiti'ti of a  porll  from   without.  NAVY IMtKI'AKKI),  I'unMi!)] itotivlty vvttM intiuifokl^tt ut  tho cblof Iti'ltIslt nuvii! itorth during  llto day, und tho ndinlrnlty oulrrs tiro  coin.ld��ivd to ttinotutt to iiltnoM ��mnii>  uiobDUutiun In oortuln ��wtloin, of tho  lioi'l. 'i'ho tMiuuiitndcr.lihohhtf und hlu  Mtitf nro iuxpoethnr uft tho \M\v% in  jiitrt uvitlittblo for norvloo Imuiodlutojy,  Thw hlilji* nro rupMly holnji provided  tvlth tuieqUstto wur more����, cotil, tint,  munition und Wfprdo wur Jietnl...  J,et*k"o{ whieh b��d Ihm'II (iiiinttHi totnett  'i'ho I'to.hi] lly.|,i(tv will not \m  wipul oir t)i���� ttsiokr*, nor will If* pro'  Onloim in> Mo.p.��ndi'd for unv portion  of fluidity, 'I'ho I'ktlro of motion to  Hindu! tho by.Juw lui*hoon wltlulruwn,  and tt|,'��bt tho lltntoivd dove miiy return io It* n.fet.  in fho fii'iti phtt'o Miiuothiui; over  ninety ritsop(iyt'r��tnid dtkon* (.!��'!*'<���  u petition ttK'ulnM ,Mii��pendln^ the by>  biw, ThN petition wiin reittl to the  t'ottni'lion Tuohdity ovoninif. !'��� w��h  rend, howevor, ttfter tho Mityor httil  tiili'd thttt the cotton t��nt> ottl of outer,  Thut tho t'oonell conld not meddle  with hy-litw. by resolution. Then the  notii*(M��f motion win. withdritwu. So,  killed In thrt'odltforent iIIinhhIoiik, tho  Htteui}itioii)fitlnturi��wumti'rliwbovln����  ('tjtiltii'M.'iimi other *'ino,��" on tho |>ub��  lie hitfhwuy:*. Ik rettlly dead.   I^oi her  iua:  The Alborni Athlotlo. AsDOchitlon  proftentcd tholr ticcountt* for tho Do-  iuliiloir))iiy eelelii'ittioii, Tho Ktun of  $1"t would wjunro iipcouni* to ditto,  Ordered patd��  'j'lto M'Civtttry of the A.O.l1', wan In-  formed tiial (hero would bo, no objection to tho onH'tinit ����f tin ttroh of web  come on the ooenslon of tho vlult to  Atlternl of tho iloh'^utci to tho con-  ventiun of thnrordor,  hi thlM connecUon tt "nitty be woll to  state that nt) etTorb will bo tmidn to  have the eieetrlo lljfbtx ready lo turn  on by tho tlmo tho eonventlon impel**,  und ihu�� Kiv<* tbor vUltort' a bettor  Idea of tho protfro** of Aliternl than  tliey would have If greeted hy tiiii  protliieth of one dohn D,  Mr. Hill, of the Canadian I'lpot'om.  pany wm. Informed that tho track for  tho llremrn'ri (ouruumenl would bo  propiim). and alt ready by sink time  for that event,  Tho .Mayor won ankcti to #o out to  Vicl��irla and' Vancouver, and attend to  wniio matter;* In confieollon with ilio  htileoftbe t'lty debenlmvM, and tho  iiltorlni,' of tho Mttne to Hilt a Itrtn titat  hith bhl fur them,  . .Mom��h*. Mitru'ick, Mitchell, IVat.V  Co.. who made the lust uudlt. of tho  oti\V btMikw, offered to eompleto an  attdilt W tho Hiim of Mil,  A�� there wilt he a eottHltterabbi  iiiouum ot inhll.tlonii) worlt to du thU  iboo the t'ouncll reMilved to accent tin*  otter.  Mi"n��rn. Itoff, JlodtfMm und Wyitu  linked for electric )lh'ht��. They will be  itiformetl titat they will j,'ot the *unm  Jtiwt tm MKtii its tho t'lty ht able to roach  titoif' DellflltHtl'lKXHl.    .  JHtitilNO HULKS,  ARTIST PRAISES  CENTRAL LAKE  Then came tin* unit tor of titu diyjf''>k'  of hole* for tho electric ll>iht pt)U*����.  Toitdm'H were Milunltted from tho fol<  Imvliiji; ,l\ DI(,'tnore, ,fti��<,'Wilkln��ut),  ti, W. Miirkx, tleo. I'uul, (Vdorliblm  Hitw.. I��, II. Honle, T. WltltfHlilc, ft.  MIllliNiti, Mayor ,V Hluhdy, tt. Wcm.  etimbe and .1, W. Ileusllp, Of thevt  leudem a nuntbes' bad Mlpttlatioiih tin  to "haul pun" and other inatter��, and  tho 'tender, of Mr. tleo, I'uul .for a Hut  rate ��f to oenw per bole wu�� llntiily  accented. Tluv Mayor and t'lty trjoffe  wet'o authorised to tfritw-tho' neoefxary  of the HeM Heet MHttoiied ttt I'ttrtland(<'*.��)>����'����t. and attcmt U�� the itiattor of a  tbii* ufionioim, win* roM'SndtHt at Kp'ohd (or oomplotlnt/tim work, Th!��  oHtrk,., und'��� tlioy  weiil orderct. toi>*M'k to he   linbdiod   nut latar tiiun  ivtutti to their ship* Immediately.  t'omtitanttet'i�� of ve��*eli�� baviv betU)  *peebtlik tiii>HMmt by itotatlmirttlty to bo  ready to prwootrus mm* wt it jiiontent'��  notice, A >pwtal train tttrlted ut  tktvor earryln'/ *o��iucn to t;oinplett��  the orewii ol the vvtn*hlps tttcfo, Alt  whoro Ictivo' Ji�� at at)'owl.'  i> PERSONAL POINTERS  ' -Mw,Wiirk, of tfproui Lake, In paylnj,'  it visit to Vk?torin.  Mr. Mttcketn'.le and family, of Vancouver, hits ..boon NpendUitf it few thtyw  at. Albttritl a* tbo Ktiot��tH of Mr. hyle.  Hflversi partteM' of motor tu'iirltsiJ*  cumo llirouifh durlnjf the weok-end,  They roitorb ��|ood roatlN, and a lino trip  ^tsnortklly,  Mr, \V. It Mamm, an okl timo At.  ttornl 'tuuiliio.iM man. haw returned to  the city for tbo purpose of iiiiiktnu:" bh*  homo ,|ioro u^��in. 'i'lnk family will  eunt'u in t��bortly.  ; Oreitt, wporb with the.'blj?trout��� Rt tho  bead of Contra) l^tko these ilayH. Mr.  H. II.JohimtoH and party, who returned  from a vlHlb to .thin toott.llty.it fow duy,s  tttfO, rojtort rtplomlld miifootts.  ' M��v' K.-'-'l'*. Ditvlu, tlio welbknown  Vancouver htwyer, tw spending tho  j��timutt<r ItolSdayH at Sprout I/ttke. Ho  ttiid the family came In a fow daytt nj��ro,  and went oh to their eharmltw cottage  on iho (ihot'ttK of'tbo lake at Jteevo's  I'olns, ouu of���;tho most plotttretttjuo  looat.toiiti In tho entire dlNtrlcl,������..'  '��� IXentJstry. :'  Dr.  D.  K. Kerr, Detstl^t, will bo In  AIboi'til frout .1 tily 27th to Aii^nNb Hth.  TO WHOM IT HAY CONCERN.  .Notice I* hot'(*t��y ifiVei) that tbo A����  sesNinent Work on t'liiiiUN Nom, I, '���', ,'l,  !>'>, (I and 1 of the Hardy May <��roii|.is,  itud t'lalniH Noh. J, ^ and .1 of tlo?  lltM'iilnjtr Daylight <(r6umt, altnate at,  l��l}t; l,ako, Inn* been completed and re-  t'ohled by me at Quttutino, ILC '  OKOHOH.lf, CULLKN,        I  8ocrotttry-Tfott��,, }f.tJ& H.D.  Auifii'ftt JiAtlt,  Hundry ueotintitH were urdttred pttld,  A report of tbo iJ��!tt tXmiiiiltttt'v ���w'*w  read. It lodlcuiitd thut Ihp plaim for  tito li��lnln��r ����f tbo city wero back  ���litiw Mr, tianttul, tho I'ort oloo*  trli'liui, nod that, with amlnor aliertt*  tlon, tlu'y had been approved, lto  tltoUBht tito \vMeiu pitipooetl tvw tt  very tfoott one.   iteport adojuwl,  Mr, J. tirfuvo tnttdo a proposition to  ket?p it team roiuiy for (Ire purjwojv  and thi�� wan taken tip. lb win* uIs��o  uudorfctood that In ct.��)*u any other  team wttM used 'ho owner would b<t  paid for tin) use of the wiuto,  Heo \V, (), I.'iinfor for electrical wttp-  pile!* and vvlrlng. ���I^'itvu order* at  i'aino'M hardware store.  .)������' :      :':FRESH'FISH. ���"���;���  ������I Wo nropone to mipply tho Oltv of  Atbornrtt'lth KreMh Kiwi every Tuesday  and Friday,.on which daydi the wttj,'on  will make the rounds from 10 u.iti. to  Some fi.w dnj>�� ��j,'o Aim, Mitry ttller  Ifamilton, the well.known ("unudjait  Hi'lUt, ami .Mrn. Htisiillnd WatMm  Yoiiuj; (wlfiMif tbo Don, Dr. Yottuj.',  Minister of Ktlticutluu), paid n vl>lt to  tVutrat l^ttke, Vancouver inlutid, Mi>.  Yoiiiil' ban written for Tito Colonic  tin) following Jiiioi-oMliii,'rcf(��'<uii'0 to  the trlft. Tin* photojrraphit nro tiy tho  well-known Atbornl pitoio^mphor,  Mr. Leonard Krank;  Now that motoring lot* become ah  ittohL unlroi'Mtl, -fdaeen on Ytincouver  Inland that wore formerly considered  too remote. 10 visit are found owdly  aeocsslhle. .Such a place !h Central  Lake, In tho heart of.tbt> 1% Umhor.  tlero a r.'Mftd roMH't oittltHl ���'Tho A pit"  I?*,, for tho third xeaMtn, ministering to  tho want* of thvd people. Llko It*  pitttotype, this ark lies upttn "tho face  of thoivatorw." To take n blub diva  from tbo roof or to lUh for trout from  iho deck are anion),' Un principal attract Ion*. It wmm hulft hy It* proprietor, .loo Drink water-Jtiniborinitn,  trapper, prospector, ��uhiu and ono of  "naturo'ti fc'enilouion",.-of red cedar  hewn from tbo vlr��ln fowa that htir.  roundN tint hike, the shore.x of which  are l,fi<M to 2.<KXl foot hljfh ami wtMtdcd  to the top, On tliese Mopo>* imitfiilll- '  cent coilumuro to bo found, muiio It  foot In diameter and 200 foot itlj,rh.  Tht'fi' tiro bl^' Hr��, too.Ji fcot^yn ilu>  >luiii�� and 'J75 feet hltfh; uIhu wtittw '  plno and yollow cedar, and ��*mutt quan.  tltlo�� of dojfwood, arttuttm imtt, Itotn-  look.  Tito l��l|f treiiH are u delight to Iho  lover . of nut nro, and (ouch whub  htreuKtb may hiMlorfvttd from tho air,  :��un and water, fo;*of Mill thoro Is lltllo.  tllant tree* may be seen tfrowlnjr in  rocks and gravel.  A iiaturallx't tll^likmi to think of tho  day (bat lioure to come, when ioi/tfini;  ltej,'im., ttjtd these hcaulifiiJIy.woodcd  tetioi'etM* uro doKiKillod. The tlmbor'  leasev are held by jieopltt ����f Miuhlf/nn,  Ht. LouIn arid Hpokune. This tluitwr. '  u�� wtril un tluitof Kitroat andUettvor  Lake*., tyill have to he shipped through.  Alhernl.  t'ontrul Luke lt�� twoii(y>lhrim miU**m  lonif, and north of It  thorn uro mow*  capped motiutaliiH, n region ut ono time  considered Impenertable.   Hut where  tit hers turned back, Joe  Drlnkkvutcr  fmiml a way.   Ills trip from Heurrtvor  to  Alborni   was completed  tho  wry  ovt'ulni,' tbiib'ttn esteemed leotunir wan ���  follbiH a Vletorlti audience tlittt Mich  a route wiim Impracticable,   On  thin  i rip Drink water discovered an oMcn-  slvo deposit of copper carbonate, which  ho Maked and  recorded an   the   "tlttf  Interior,"   The outorop was traced fKX)  feet by l,UM font,  and Nttmplo*  taken  ub titroe placi-N across Out width of WW  feet assayed 7 per cent coppur,  oltfht  mulct's in silver and *7  in jjohl,   Tim  Kantfim Is lime and tdllca, the country  rock ��nelt.�� and porphyry,   An uxton-  olon of tills ore body was Ntaked un the  ,T(iu'iiiljt'un,"iuid ii< now boiu^ opened  ti|t by Kn��llsh capital, oliliiiiu.nl to  he  made to t he hcttdt|tutrtor* on Hettr river  a tiistanco ;tf jiluo miles,  The nitturul rei��outveH of thU central  (tart of tho Kittnd consist of tlmhec  uiluot'tils, lislt, fuedtettrlnif ttitliuitU and  watertiower; tlf land for aurleulturo  ilieitt i�� practically none.  Alhernl and its envlroiiit have Imotj  Uiittte widely known throtijfh tbo photo-  jfrajiln* taken by .Mr. 1^'oimts.i Kr��nk.  Mr. Frank loves Alli-ernl, ainl is ttn  otitbu'>'las<ic chauiploti ttf it* beaut in*,  lit* photoj/rapbs are notablu for.  at-tfblio composltton its unioh Mit for  adtnlt^iblo photographic t<vlinbj'ti(��.  Rlflu Reng��.  De,s|t|te n Ii'IkI) ��od very uncertain  wind   aortmis   tho   runife,  notno   good  H'tm��i. WOfrt put up Ht lllOidlOOtittff on  July I'tlth., and the boyn who headed  the s(!iiiv bitvu noibim,' to be ttniutmed  of, it was a hard day, and only tho  hltflioVt skill cotitil Itnd the "ttitll"  where the wind was whirling "all over  tho. shop,"  Tito following wore' the hean!-i for  tho day:-  p.m.  JOHN KUNDALU  Board of Trftde,  'I'ho monthly jnaotfti),' (>^ iho liloaKl  of TriuloWHl bo bold on Monday  ovoning next..  YtlK  Yds  Yds  ��--  2<)0  rm  tkx>  {���'<  .)'����. P. DrlnltMtiter  'M  ���si  2H  Ut  A, H. Drinkwttter. .  ;u  k>  21  Wi  K. {���;. Drinkwuter...  :tl  ���is  ���as  Hi  M. Cr'ttmpbtdl  , , . ,  :��t  211  20  m  K, Carter ... . . .  ?.H  ���2H  2;j  "U  O. DHukwatoi' . . .  2��  3��  211  7tt  ... Mcintosh  ....  27  23  2T.  77  A, Wooii.fj.oo , . . .  211  2?l  lit  7H  It. Neale. !. ......  2,r��  21  2��  73  CV'OHIttn  ......  IS  0  t>  JO  W, O. i'lujt'or will wiro your Iioum)  mid do lb rl.'fht at <t tnodorttu) prloo. THE ALBERM ADVOCATE  THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE.    WHAT"S ���e mrrmr   ^^ ��h��^ ';���. ����������* 'J'"1'FEAR FAILURE  Sir Wilfrid 1,-iuii.M- will iHtj"w��Ht,n r��iilf��of the unemployed;  mmmmmmmmmimmmsssmsmmmimsk  Th��  Atbvmi  Adv&cale   l'utlt��hlfi(j *lt��* , T~C  J*rtntlnf &>., Ltd.. I*ri'jiri��ler��. **-*  J. I*. 8U:D80C  L'diter wml K��na��*r uut    W,,ht    <l����'ln��    the    ''Oliilug  in,.i>*'!b* Witlit   the   street*,  of   t'tiltil-  l*.)l'(!��lti.l ht  rtiutiit,  fltillsli   <'eliO..I'lt>. )���<  iti< )iurit..t.Mfy��iMH.iiM-t��til������)ii.^'i��i*i.iMt   Ul ������.. j,!)t��iil politics hi general,  ��� !>��� Ali'vou I'lhUa'i Iti'.uillcwl** | ���  ���.    . ��,.,        ...      .  ������ /' Undtheir own views of tin* Mlun*  H����d Offic��;   Atbttitl. 0. C. <   , . ,,  Unit hi pnriirulur.    II yon can  Au^nl  |.��   C.e  p..>lii.H��<i-t   <i.ni)��l   ti.f    (lo   ��.<���   by   uM   UIOitHM gO iltlil  iti'tll*  iuiit*r. both   of  them,       lltey   tl IV   ".Wo  ' '.   , ,        ,  .   ,   ���    I met) and well worth listening to,  KtiirfUiiw.Austn.li". St"* /.t'MJhii.1, Ni<��l.>tiiHtj (fill ju tbo llii'llUtlillO It  \ti HH well  rrrfitiitiiiiiis, ��-iii is> wviHsi ..)> tiM<(,iiui��iiiit to turn ovi*r in otir minds it fow  Autumn,   They will have tt |���ti��U���� cition ttn��l u>w���� iiH'i��fMi'��MHl j  OF CONFERENCE!  BANK OF MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED 1617  ittlotfOftH.  .    The tendon Daily Telegraph''�� Dublin  Yk'tml- a contrast with the t!(��n�� jcortvsj��jndettt*ond&nNtufiHii): oo'^tt^e  dltUm* Of btlt tt  few yearn ��KO!jl" t'H* '*,}��v�� that infantry mo beto��fi  Then there was work for till who j ���"'������' U) $rJNt,,,,��� nml timt 1,,,>M, "!m 't,',,'  .1 .        ,. > i ���    . ' *'  ft, ti, An<M*. !>��<{.  Ibwt, J*eS��t. Mccta*/,,  C ft, ifwm��r, IZm.  t��r��n��  iiw V.si .      .      ,      K'to  Nt�� Mi��iillls . .    I (O  I'.iMmir I<> III.'t'lllt'il  SjIMO'S, Mi'tltwi Hint nil  t:u."-'i"'nii Biht utiiri   r>il<<lrfl) ismiMOi'* 0 t��H*'r  f��olfO'��  - ettmrfro fur Nil ItVil nullC's M01 !����� tin- ��s>nf  th Ul,,��t�� ClitHHlNhl'U lit' till- II, e tlltU'lnltin^t'll...  ��� i)it Heist do |ttii>l m X'lviotir.  TO COKKESI'ONDKNTS.  All tMiiitiiinilv'xil'.ii* liitt'tiiii'U f.it" I'til'll.'Miim  (l|l(M    III*   ��CC"frl|l��fllC<t   ��/ttl    (tl<>   llklltV  Hlllt .lit  iltrM of lti�� wi'tlff. tint tUMVsstirlU' for imbUc*  tloli liut u�� n tf uaiKIKviMl (.'IH-I {Hllll     W.'i'HIlllot  Itailflttltit to OMtirn !.')iwl.��l coilimiiiili'ntanis.  Nil lt<IIIUIIt.|'Htlllll Will   I Ml |>l0<l I"!  e��WllO (S'llttl'  tiUtl<iti��i<to<<'l>t 10' bims'IhI nrt'BiH.'i'iiu'lit,  *��*  Alti��rnl. It. C��� Cantitu    -  July Hi, 1014  T  GOOD WORK.  IDS  Mnyor ntul  Connell   of  ,tho Mimluipnllty.pf AHienii  have cortnhily not allowed tt  conshlentblo mnoimt of Kra����t io  spriiifr ti]) 'ihitlor llieir ojttelul  fi'cb in t!n�� mutter of noenrititf  electrk: lights for the city. It  ,.w��n it pieuHttnt Might hist week  t^> obMorvo tho men htiminerhut  in |>eK�� U> indicate whom the  botes are to be don: for the  pok'H. Jt wttN itlxo ehtHM'ltiK to  learn thut tbo bank hud pro-  mined Uy se�� tho venture, ulong  In the iuUtnl Htujjes, and would  advance onouwh money to wi  IhlnijH In Hhapo thut no time  will bo lost' in ereolhiK the  Hy.stem, unci conntttttinK��� ��>n with  the i'oi't plant.  1 All of this pending tin1 sale of  tin; ttobnntiii.vH l.swnetl lo cover  the litchtintf plant. As to tbewe  debentnren it may bo noted that  there Jk alroudy before the Council ait olfor not, only for t,henn  debenturea, but for tht��, eutlro  bonds of tho tlifee Iksiioh re  cuntly put out tiy the City of  Alberul. It \n yet In doubt if  the offer will hn UL'ce|)i<>d, as It  itHlced for couditlotiH that mlojht  Dracllcully rontlur It necessary  to bring the whole mailer before  the ratepayei's tiKitiu. This for  tho reason that the company  tssk to have the, .debentures Is.  Huedonijil.utXh'wrtlticutos lusteatl  of the $t(K) one an now prlnttul,  Hut Hale or no Kttio, It all  trends town��il a proof of the  fact that our bonds have mtch a  value, that wo are ajjsured of a  market, and will bt> able to g<>  ahead with other much needed  work just an soon as the proper  arratigemeuDt can bo made,  Ho far as the exteuMJois of the  present water system Is con*  corned that work in all In hand,  und the pipe company will fur.  ninth ail tint needed Ktipplies,  waiting for payment mill! ihe  debentures an* sold,  Whist   w|!h   one   thhig   and  anofher, there should be a cmV  Kjderablo amount of civic work  in the neur fiitim*, and the di*>.  tribntiob of this money will *it>  doubt do quite, tt lot  to rellev��  liii> present <h��ptVuslon so far an  local conditions are concerned,  It'should bo understood,  however, that we have no room for  tuou from tin? outside,   There  .an; qulk* enomgh ttlready on the  ground t��dd all that Is required,  and the work .���must bo kept for  thorn.     KaWpuyorH   who  have  families,   and   who   want   the  tworlc, Mhould <;oiiie  lirst.    Ncf\t  other ratepayer*, followed by rc��  sidonttvespecially houscholdors.  There has been a IKtlo disposition in the past to play a fow  favorites froin tho outside of llio  city limits, but this will not'do.,  .so  long as there arc ra^payors  who want tin? work.'  When those-  art? Htitiatlcd,���'j.thon go into tho  outside portions of tbo  valley,  but   by   all .'.means   keep   thiii  money right |it homo so far as  it can be doncl. . ;  of the many things about which  we would like a little information jtitd now.  Tht�� first andjnont important  quoittioiviN: "What l��the inatter  with  'Canada '! M     K.iod,   W��-M,  North and South, this qucNlion  1m to the fi#re.     "What   is  the  matter   with   Canada Y '*     We  know the vitMnows of our natural  wealth, our resources, our op.  portunitlo*.    We know just how  much   we have  in   tht��   way  of  solid foundations upon which to  build  national  prosperity.    Wt  also know that  we art* parsing  through one of the hnrdcMt times  that has ever been known hi the  history of the country,    "What  is  the mutter   with  Canada V  Will Sir Kobert Hnrdou ituxwcr  thN question';'     U't's ask hltn,  and hear what In* tuts to say,  Will Sir Wilfrid Ltmrb-r answer  thl.s question?    Let'* sisk him,  and hear his side,   Then let us  go away  back,   and   alt  down  quietly   and   think   the*  matter  over,    Do'not ,let any politician  who has a  little local  axe   to  grind, come bttttiug In and help  you to make up your mind about  it,  with the bait of a little job  dangling to help In the dcctalon.  Do it yourself.   Quietly, soberly  renolvetl to got at tin* deep down  facts to the e:tse, and  then  do  what In best mo far an your light*  will enable you to go.  The contrust between the pre-  Ment and a fow years ago Is too  marked to be lightly passed over.  What has caused the change )  Think It out for yourself.      <.-  it is 'along these lines of  thought thattho Vancouver Sun  reinurkH:  "Unquestionably there Is the  stougost possible connection between bud government and bud  times,   and   no   period   In   the  history  of  Canada   has   borne  atrongnr testimony to  that as  sertion   than   the   three   years  which  tho   llordeu   udmlnlstm-  has been in power.   At a .ihnu  when tho average citizen of the  country finds the cost of living  such a drain upon his purse thut  he is forced to content himself  with the. bit rest necessities  we  Und the special Interests limping  a harvest which surpasses cvou  tho expectation they churlwhod  when I hoy succeeded In placing  tho   Conservatives    in    power.  With despotic control over tho  government to which they dic>  tat** through a tlnuneo minister  of their own appointment  they  nro enabled to tax for their own  benellt every class of the community.     Kor everything   that  ht?   uses   the   consumer   pays  heavy toll to these Interests u��id  the government confesses Itself  powerless to give rullof.  The general conditions existing  ibrotighout tho Dominion, Indued, sptmk loudly of tho dlf>  foropctj between the pj'asporlly  which prevailed uttder Sir  Wilfrid-. Luurlor aVitl tho stringency which tho average citizen  fools to-day,, The prosperity  of country advertised Canada  abroad under Laurlcr rule. The  Oordon government is also advertising Canada abroad, but the  wercuMo and willing to labor.  The men In the factories, tho  foundjiHex und the mllU were  working full time, and overtime  to keep pace- with iho orders  which poured In. Men in the  building trades found employment ready at every hand. The  unskilled laborer found plenty,  to do.    Wages went good.  To-day,  factories,   foundarles  and  mills are running on part  time.    In NOtue'cases they have  been Mbtit down,    Hnilding has  slackened, in every part of the  Dominion.   The men with trades  find work scarce.   The unskilled  laborer sees  little demand   for  IiIm toil,     The earnings of the  laboring class have fallen away,  The workmen and their families  directly,  and   tho   storekeepers  and other classes in tho country,  Indirectly   but   none   the   loss  certainly,   feel  the unfortunate  effects of thevhanged conditions  which have followed, the ncces  slon of tin.' Uorden government,  In a stat<uuei;t which he made  last month, Mr. ,1. 0. Walters,  the president of tho  Dominion  Trades,und Labor Congress^, declared   that   "Industrial   concH.  Uoux all over Canada arc In a  deplorable Kta,to.'*    Many men  and women, ho said, "are starv-  iiirnjfod In   field   operations   In   that j  province are bohjjf mob'.bml   v*ltb   H|  view t'jeopyJnj; *(���}, any co:s��!m��'"iu'y \  >�� hlfh mlyhl aHtto,    An order hit* boot.  i*s|ied t(\im the hup oSlli'e pr> thlb|t|l>L'  (item from >issocluitu|f or t��l<ln},' pari  in itm way   with   the   t'|si��.|>  or   Nit*  ihmithM vohintecis.   Tint Kovemiuent j  order* that otttiet-otttttSnl  will   he the  punishment to fothm In case ut  their  cjihttfttld  or  Instrttciious to any or  fit her  of  tbo   volunteer   force*,   now  known to exist in  Ireland,  nboso   In*  tout loin, or nhj.����ts  are ptoibilly   tip  wholly known  to Interfere with  the  pence ami punt order of Ireland,   All  pensioner* from tbo cervlce Imvo boon  wttrned that, there action  In  j^ivlnt;  help to elthi't'of the  voltuiieor  forces  it ill bo looked upon  a* She imparl bit:  of military Jioorcts to  annther ftuv.'.  kthlrh .IHTci-H In  essentials   fiom   that  ubloh they wt'f^ employed, and will he  strictly luvostitfttiod.  Alter the conference adjourned Mr,  ,\si|u|th received un audience from the  Khitf. A number of reports its tu (ho  success of the meetings (ire |.|/,��, Imi  the opinions of all partlcN are |iess|,  inlstlc ami (iiilnre b feund,. ,  A tJl'I'KI'ION OF (IUIT.  tiUlci-r   "WhiU's jho  mutter .with  that soup you're turning tip your hum*  IJOAHD   Of   DIKL'CTOKN  M. V. n��r��4llth. i:**tH f��r*��Jrf��fit.  K, It Cr��*fl��ht*W*, L^[. Sir Wiw. N��w(��4t��l4  Kir Thcst. 0h*ue��uv��.����y, K.CV.0.  WterW Norric*. K*^.  A. fi��umgorlon, fc'^j, < C. tt. tit>r<t��n, iUtq,  H.K,Dfumm��iMd,l;��^, 0. Forb���� Angu��, Kw��. Ww. ffcWo��t��r,'K��^  Sir FREDERICK WILLIAMS-TAVLOR, C<m��r��tl MitR��i;��r.  litrnkvi's in I'uuuda and  IfOiidou,  Kit),'., for the Cumtdian Oovorntuent.  iiratiohes establbdicd (hrouKbout CMiiatbt and Ncwfttntidhtnil, at each of  T   S..ing. Department  tthuiM* depositK of ���J.oil and tipvtanl inv svcolved and Interest ullowod at  hitchoyt current rates,   Mttviuj:!. Department accountu trtveo special tUtentlen  C. HWKttNY,  Saul, of llrllii>ii (VUuitil.in lli��ni'ln-��,  VAS'i> tCVl.lt,  <t. K t'UITCIIAHP,  Muanxcr ,  Af.llKiiNf,  present advertisement is not tho  klntl that was shown In tho days  of tho Liberal govorninont. To:  day, tho Ottawa ministry is pub*  li��liing '(idvortbiomcnts abroad  warning tho people of other  hinds 'against.emigrating to the  Dominion. Them? warnings are  published of necessity because,  under Bordon rule, industrial  conditions in  Otnada have be  ing because they cannot get a  clutneo to earn  oven  the bare  neeessltles of life, and never hi  the history of Canada did tilings  I look so bud, for the workers."  in  Montreal, a  few days ago,  10,000 men train pud the streets  In idleness, because there   was  no work to thai,     in   Ottawr,  hundreds, of jobless  men  have  thronged at the very doors of  government oflloos begging that  Mtimethlng bo done to give them  Iho work by which they could  mirn food,    In every city scores  of families have been cotnpcllot  lo ask charity Unit they might  have the food which they could  not  buy.     And  now, so grave  have   the   condition*   become,  |)lans   are being made  by  tin*  Dominion   ituthoritlea   to, send  back   to their homes  In other  countries hundreds of men who  came to Canada uMr����'tod by the  prosperity which had prevailed  us a result of Liberal  policies  und Liberal, itdminlstration..  A  conscienceless alliance between Mr. Mordeu and.the Nationalist   leaders,    based   upon  common lust for oltlce, a wealth  of misrepresentation and miss-  Ntatement,   and    an   enormous  campaign    fund    provided    by  Npoclul interests led to the dr*  feat of Sir Wilfrid   Lanrler In  llllJ.     With   his  dcroat ..there  came the early reversal of Cana-  titan  conditions,     Per national  prosperity,   abundance  of  employment   for  all   who   would  work, a steady advance in Cami'  tiiau   trade,   there   have   eomoi  depression, financial stringency  serious    hMiustriul    conditions  NU.oh.nrt Canudujitul not known  for    years    previously,    svldo*  spread   unetnployuiont,   and  a  rapid increaser In the cost  oi?  living.   Sir Robert Uorden, his  colleagues and  mouic  of   their  favorite party friends, have pro*  Jlted by the result of  the l\\ll  contest.     Tin* profit has come  to 'thorn alone.    Tho working*  men and the people of .Canada  generally  have lost,  and they  ai'O losing more with the pus-  Hugo of every day   of   Uorden  mismanagement.  ����� V" J'rlviiio .iJ'U'i* full of Mind and  writ, Mr," Oljlci-r-"Now, look here,  my man, did you come to camp to  ���/nimble or to verve your t'otuuryV"  I'rlvwto���''Well, J did* come ����� serve  my country, sir; but not tnoat It.**-...  Orookl'u Kit j; I o.  A MAD AWAKKNINtl.  A foreman on one of tho hirjjo 1Iwh  of rail way ha*, it keen Duello wit. One  wurm afternoon, while walking ttlotiif  the lino, he found ono of his men  phicldly slei'pinif osi the emtmriktiiein.  The "h<)s��," looked dKu'OMrdly ut the  dt'limjtiout for u full minute, ami then  ivinurliod t  "Nlupo nn, ye, |��/y spulpeen, ��!ape  on. fur at. loit1/ as you hltqtc .toit'vo jrot  tt job, but wbt-n.vou w'tke up you ain't  got none."  ���.��I.Wi>.H��^M��frM>.I..I..IIIHH i.lllH|l|ai^WWM��WMHW).MMl^, .w^WW.  J��M what tho .Summer < 'autper has been looking for  ALL THE CHARM OF THE WILDERNESS WITH THE  COMFORTS OF THE  Tt��iUs��, Table United, Moatt.  baunohes.    Finest FUhtng on Vancoiivur  b.laiiti.  The S'lettifCMiue Spistat l.ako to t,oiploro,   Sc��<nory mi|>iu'|titM<>��|,  (Vuio  ;tnd Imvo a goisi time.   Wtf. are no�� rend.t for you.   Fine Attio HoutS  rlj-hl to the htniiliiK at Kproni Lake.  o  D. GREIG, Proprietor.  J. H. WOLSEY,  Agent for Stone ond Wellington, oflerts a flue Hoo  ol Fruit Trees b! ail kinds  CHOICE GOODS AT STANDARD PIUCES  M|Hclii! Discount of 2'�� \>fi- cent, to Public tn��(ltution<�� stteb tis Hospitals,  ,, SoIiho{k, I'enteltiries.  It will pay you to iinti out what I have toorterbefoto phtctnr/ an order  for full dellver.k,  J. H. WOLSEY  ALBERNI, B.C.  MMWHKBIM  Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmn.mmmmmn^  HKLF,|'UA|SK.  Tho ctmdldato w��s Jtt!��t winding up  bin e!.o<jiicnt.pororatlon,  "N(|;iw, my friends," ttaltl be, "when  you vote, you don't want- to vote for a  phf In a pokttj'you (ihotild vote for iito  and tfot the jft'tiulno urib'lo,"  Andthtm   be   wondered   why   they  come., ho bad that immigration j laughed. | '  uUUlMlMUWUMMMlVMa I|L%-^1��)*��W  ' Mt/M^MtAhMioiMO. tSi  -"��� *���:-''"ff;^','^,^'j^JK. '���' '  w^^��*^����w^ty^^  ^^S^S<tb^^ - -rArtJyfc      i  ��  *  THE ALBERNI ADVOCATE.  ill  . i  t;  I"!  ���ffMfamrmVm tinmmimM.i  FOEEiGlf T80USLE  FOR MEXICO  ifVaer hi Mexico U fee fr����m tt*sur��tl  ����u e tut(<M''��ltoii*l Iwth tutioi'viui and  lnt��>i''talb'Ottl, nif- rapidly eniMUf-flinj,'  tin* n!tuMl��ri, #t*lM��ln|a��rati'M�� othcUU,  dlpboutOisud .MoxK^nti  ��f byih  fscj  I loll* hei-o Itt'lloVt1- I  The  t'nlO'd Mtatcs   j-i-ceriuncnt  j. |  exerting   every   dlphuntitli'  Inllomioe!  t<i��ni-(l   liuiuiiffil/hi|f    the   tllM'tntttim J  ticrnt tilt*, hut cci tain  aspect*, ttto ad-  tnluedly  |*i��ve,     Olllcinl   report ���*  re.  vciil that the mos| ihis'ttioiiliiif factor  Ja tho ahftfnens of tleuetai   Villa  front  Dm* authority of Urlieial < 'tit-iMit/H.  Anwilier voubnt'point blluii (biu-nd  Cttrriiu/H. at'ooidbuf to hts itsfents  ' hero, is (IMncllncd to grant, un am*  nest) to ���*��Uti''ut ollendort., and will  (ost��t-iiii Kit oocttnditloiut{i��iirronder h.i  tho t'ttttinJMl ^iivernitie^i,  tfnless farnin/ti is vlllliiir to tflve  lewurttnoc. that then* will tw�� no tt hole*  stde itrroM". mtecuttons and ooitll*eie  !hm��of propet'i.t vshen tho I'oiiNtltu*  thimtlUtst enter Mexico,, Pitt visional  .Proolili-iit t'nriiMJul will pally all the  > military'element* at hi�� i!U|iomi1, ami  riisbt to Uk* end the ('iinmlttittoiuiliht  udvanco,  Foreign < complication*! are tottmlng  upas hoiw.'cn Mexico it ltd Mlif-Iand,  l-Vttnoo end Hindu, wad Kuro|stan  ('milter* gcucrulty who hittt llnaucltil  relations * lib the Hueriu Kovmntnt'iit.'  Kntfiaiid Is preparlntr to ��sU for Milt*.  facOtm for the kllUinr of Wm. S.  llcnton; France it utnklntr �� vigorous  protest over the Idllhij;' of 1*0 Kroneh  cltbcns at ICitctttm'jtfi, Tho^MpanUh  pivernmeui 1�� anxSou* thut the  Spaniard.* driven from Torreon und  nllnfi' point* Ik* 'VoiuibiirvMl for their  hiMot.. Tho Ki-lovances of thoao conn*  trios aiv fwtjfiit ittfahnU Uouoral Villa  particularly, tout (Junerul ('arrauitftV  t-.trutitfcment with Villa ba�� niHde It  ��� itlntcult for lii*i III'M chief to attempt  lo settle ihoiit sfiiMiu'iorUy.  !tt��llt��hiw advice* to tho Wwthinifton  ���luveritmcnt mo llutt Yllla ha** been  concentiNiibijif M* trhipn pt'.*par��u��ry  so iimttlitir ti/orous it"maud�� o|M��n  ('arwiMU. The Wai.hhii.Moti adminis.  melon will Insist that m��.b'M> !�����  granted . tia the iu'ift loiflotd Mop  tiiHord pence, itccn'fitlthiu will ht>  vtlthhohl until a lu-aoeful tMedor of  ntithoi'ity |* arrant,'.tt twit* con the  1 t'ouMUtithmuilfcix. and Hie t'arbujtd  Kovt��ruin��*nt. >���  Hotel Arlington  The oltl and over popular heiulqunrtorM for the Hlghchms Island Trade,  has been, recently  ~  -'������.-.������::     Greatly Enlarged =-  Ami now contains sixty roc-uin, single or on suite.   Tho splendid new  dining-room contains a lino selection of  Island  views from tho studio  of Mr. Leonard Frank.  xzSszxz��� Tourists and Sportsmen  ttwcwi hhhhh  Will  And tho now Hotel Arlington just tho thing.   Guides furnished.  -Sample Rooms^  If JM ru^HHMI.  For commercial men on ground Jloor.   Center of tho busunewa District.'  .   Free Uus to and front all trains and boats.  McNIKF & MKAOHEH  V    Proprietor*  ttr  B�� Tho Envy Of Your  Neighbors  And Mart yoto* plant* (or Winter  Hlomubof In tho liouKo. I bnto a  jftxal line of (ieriuihmiK. Ivy tie.  ..rittiium*. Petuuhi", Itelbaiopo,  KorUh, IteKonlas, al��*�� Klo��k��'r 1*01*..  etc.   (Jive us it trial,  V. ROBERTS  AHi*at Unt��" !l<v����� V*l��viUM>r* Vfuton*  I'htMi- Hit. ��'MirrM't!'rtt*����i��ii^. AlU-rat  Outer* Ml t��r��*t  ftOHvrt   Hllrt   tttKOilJ'   UIHl  (itl-KMiU'd   to  lioin�� or irttitltm  Signs Signs Signs  f.��nd inaJ Advnrti*uij.'Kbfn*1eto���  tlumt <��'lth Prompt Dot|mtoh  ��f U��kvt��i.t Prlooshy  S.   EATON  Murtfuret St., Alborni  r*lrtt*r ��t\<& Pajwr-IfttniJor  Work done by I'raollcttl Men only  Kstlitiiooi* Krao.  i��t) >BiJ',iy��J'i;'Vl''g;-!!ll"5.u"'.**^***'l'"l "Tf "S'WWMSI*  Gtsnoral Teamster,  DRY STOVE WOOD  Always on Maud  All   order*   Promptly   Attended   To  Auto supplies and repairs  Cars for hire at reasonable  rates  The touring public will llm! here it  plant   w.tll-cpttppod   to   attend   lo  I heir viti'hnot tttiio need* at   prices:  that tire ilijrlil  G, A. Huff, Prop, '  YlirjuiUA Ot'AY ALMIiltNi'. II t't  Thoto itonirln'C the iti>rv!ot��i of Urn  CityHcavenk'or will Hud 'dale* to wrlU��  order* ut lllsltoji'ti Htoro, Orlovom'  Jlitrn, and t'lty Hall.  All order* pt\miptly aitoudtHi <*t.  WM. DKIlDVV  t'lty Honvont'or.  t^T TWWt? Wr\fc0��k��  t��Q>uW^v*Mt*��^')|,iH���M><Tm|i,i*;������1i  LAND ACT NOTICES.  , AI.IIICUMI J.AKtt DlsTIOtX  1 Dlvliictof tlrtis'U*.  'i'sitp oi.iUvK Oml Otl.i W, Apiilcxtutfi. i>( At  twin). IK1, ui^'ufitttl.tli PAltivlilM. It'ltfittJ* l.>  trt'l)'" i��t t^tmt**!!.!! I��t le����* tt..- yoM^ssds**  JMkMit'itlbHd*''* ' ^ ,���  C.niiUirltrluii ��t * |s**l (��l*��U*��i til t(4< S W,  iv>riwr "f f*��t *��<> Ui'iw ��>tfr.'i ���ouin, tlii'wv  ����*k kfyj'le^ tUt* ���>' fwi io.s��))ft ��ot, i)n.��Ui>f<>  lliJii tt< �� J"i|itt ntsutt to t.s t tmiiiii iff Uo> N, W.  ruifwr of l^'l #!t. Il.fets' t'i tlii> hVW.ivitvrut  (a>I t��S- tlimiwv M,*l fotl.tMitiy thwtiiov tluiM.f  imliti ��if (siomtvtti.Htcnt,  Otto Wltlii'lto A|>|��l.li>iii  M>) I", IVl>- JtiinjbH.  AhtiKKNt i.A^n nwrnnn*.  tPlKirii'ivf Ovf'l*)'.  'J'ultp limit*' thai Mt��u MIi'Mm-h, of ll��t'itJcli),  ll.t'.   0��iVltlMtt(Jt��   llt#��jltsi    BIIUI��ll.    IllttJllitS   to  fttHily  fur l��flrtilUi��l(t:)   t>��  i��'a*��   I'If   Mll>t��tn��  iJpivrUwit l��ti'1��;-- .        . .....  ffc>��<nt-tu'la�� ��t �� tMWl i1'*1"' *t *t����i S.K,  (Wirtlhr Of eHl'VOMtt I^.t OIA, tlivttco 4^1 ft't't  ��H��utli, UtriiM1 WBt I* flutlis* Keti'l.ti/ tin* filft^t  Immlltil with Oif ttiuhi liitii to tt uoiui ��<�� feet  noutli <if llio S K. ts-ronroftlinJiwiett llr-M-rve  is'o, I'Otliwtfsi (tifcrt ei'itltte ����uil |��w��i, lltt'iits)  PMt HlKltll l< tlmttUt t'l l">tlll <>J tHttllHH'tlWlllWll.  Mury Wle'i'l*.'!),  t'cifr MU'liDltfu. A��fnt,  *  Mm-Id, 101*. J-ttttittU,  you Want  Gortrude St.  Albernl  Professional Cards  GEO. A. SMITH, C. E.  D. O. r^tlwJ Hurvovor. Nurv����yn of  timber limit*, mineral claim*, and land  ttuttdlvUitms, lipid* hi Albor'nl. 1*. O.  I lux SS.  hTmTt. HODGSON  A. M, I. 0. !!  mocrat or  Cull and ��ee mo before buying elhiewhere.  1'Hccn to Mult all.    TeraiH arranged  with  rcNpoiudbhi partloN.  PHONE 15  E. M.  WHYTE  '������ Or P.O. 1J0X 10  CLASSIFIED ADS.  tJiei-rmV ll(Htu��itak(* JSIrtttd at AU  bornl Trading Stoic.  for Jf+I��, Me��ea wOetiH old I'ijr* f|tttn  iii,t-��i|ir<xl lh'1'Jts.hiro lloar. I<\ KJwrJte-  totOlOi JfiMl-fr ricek ibuui,  Wnnt>H*. Disc ihirrow, t'uhKntor urttl  liuy Huln>> Must be In ���;*hhI con*  dftloit,    Apply   lh��x   "��M"  Advocuie  Oltlif,  For K��ftt. (''ivo'itanii <.'oiJti��e. with  Mtrn, l*uciit��*(l on Pntei'soti Town  sll... Km- lutrtirulnrH apply to T,  Paior-MiD, AtlMU'iil. D.<?.  For K*nt, - lluihilsitf suitable for I'ltlce,  i    or   lit hit,'   rooiiis,   on   Itlvttr   Krtmt  Itoad near Kltfttickjttts Drlityc, Apjtly  <h*o, A. Hiulth, Abtenii, Jb t,'.  For Rent cr ff*t��,. Small ilotfso cm  itonblv corner. Albeittl Heights.  Hitiall paytueul down and $|0 jH��r  mouth will buy H,   J. Dost.  o*WM*<+*lv*Hi*-''$***mi+*J  Borseshoer and  General Blacksmith  Alborni, B.C.  All work executed noatiy and  ���   promptly    <,  F��ir Rout, vi/lvo-nxm) t.'ottiijie.   Apply  .!. IIIHn. AlLorni. '  For CJsId,   A'ttotit  one hundred White  Leghorn IIoiih,    Price* from <Vk) jn  "*l.t��> ouch.    Will M*il or  trutin  for  tlrlvbi'f jiony.   Apply A. W. Heath,  Mci.'oy Luke, Alborni, H.f,  (tlrU WentedL^At (moo ut the Alborni  NU'jttn baundry, .'  ���City  Corner JohitNton Kottd  and Victoria Quay ,   ,  C, GALES Proprietor  HIBBITT  fa  GERHARD  PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, STEAM  Eftitaitet furnished on Applbtion"  Margaret $t  Alberni, B.C.  Phono \H.       p.t), \U)t ;v\.  buy iho iH��Hi.~.tJrot>|t.o>N Koiutt'liHku  Mi^ad,   Alborni Trttillnif Htore,  wmmipywm\t  *r  Alberni Livery and Feed Stables  J. .1. IIIIHKK, I'roptletor  Lleery rlg�� of all Ulnctn.   Heavy draylng and freightdolivery  kttMWH  MMM  IHIJ!.t1H,, ^Mi,IWp..UW *|n ^I^I,*UM.<  yaf  ��. C, JL*ml fft)rw**/#r ��m��t Ovll C��<fnt��r  QUtem   C��rm����r   iSle��k, Fart   AlUnai  Phtw�� 87  H. H. BROWNE  Civil am] Mlub)}' Kiij{h)c��*r  am!  Provincial J^kihI Htirvuyor  Alberni II. V.  J. M KttcUt A .W. H��w A. t Wriiit  CO.  DsssJaJea tsi tmhatl U&& Smtir*"  CtTa, Iffdrsalk; ui flBBidft! Enjinfm  t'jj��iB��*)t ht Ritciis, A|B0tf Pcw.r C�����  Ul   ������"'.���  MtntlcliMit Work'.  Htreft Oritilv*. Salt.  rttVUIoilf. K**t'ei(ittt*. W��l��rw<.rk��, etc,,  or Mitit Sltrveylttif  Uca! OlBw . .Vnt Alberai, B.C.  P.O. Uox 144, Port Alborni,  0��sbr In  Builders Supplies  SmU, Doora and Glaus  Building und Hooting Paper  Li mo, Brkko and Cemant  Tl��'W��i!i;rwivs.t Tttmlitu* t,f tl��> t'I'PwvtCNb'  ���MAU-WUM'.LMlMi-HSIl   r  We can deliver a lew Snaps in Acreage in the  Alberni District on very Easy Terms  COLUMBIA PROPERTIES CORPORATION LIMITED  Kulto ?XM North West Trum Htilhlijijf VANt.'Ol'VKU, ��.0.  w��iHwwiiiiNjU*��*aqn��MWiwi��HP'*tf^iw*M>i'iMiiiii^ir*'y%i*i^ n|  Alherni  Pfiono 29  P. 0. Box 9  ��j* 0��  KDWAHD M. II. VAb'tJIlAN  Why pay Hlfh Prlcsa for Eaatwh grown Trult Tro*�� wton  you can l*t th�� Boat at Lower Cout ?  Ihvarf or .Standard  in all   varieties.  -*J   www  Bricklayer and  Comeiit Worker  Licensed  Auctioneer  2nd Avenue  Pert Albrfli  ^mism^sms^^msmms^^immsmfmi .. THE AL0ERNI ADVOCATE.  At The  GREAT RECEPTION    BRITISH C0LDHBIA  FOR SIR WILFRID      MIRING REVIVAL  1'iluNK ,{|  Does That Old .Wheel Need Repairing?  Kring K in and have it dune tight,  t't* s��- It a .New Wheel that'*, wanted )  l-'ix ti|) ilutt ii.nl  wlib  it   lMSlH.K \YMITWoiiTII.   1/l'U.  'bily three in Mocif    l'rlci-d at ^iiri.oo t*i chn*e mst.  Th<* lot .�� view JflVfli t.t the* '..|.iot'��  ����y >��r, il. it, T|i����i'.to. M.P P . .01 ht��.  '.��� - < iiiiin i.ite K'M'tt-ioik*'' '���������'. ij>.  tc . iu>r and Impottitin, juti tv*uo<-  ii '-'te rouHirltMlilC develwpon'iit ��h.��aji  It/ tbo mhllntf indnittry oltoirprliicip:*!'  ��� ���' ting  tllMrloi;    iiupuiuinl   tt*   bah*'  iibitf an undoubted rovtvtd lo tr<idt'  E. R. PAINE  Successor to Housor & Paine  Great Reductions for a few  days in all lines of Fancy  Needlework  !     Libeia)*  <*��r V.oifiuivor and  HrilUh  ! t "wiiii.ifijii M��,�� n���n ut ki,i|1�� in-iiiiuj: n��'.  ; i'iH��j,'f��oet',t�� fol  lie' c��jiiihii( tf.lt tot i*  ; |iiifiiiii'i'iil Itt, lli.ti. >-ot Wilfrid I .'it'i-ii r  je���('b  hi Ki��ptt��ib',P.    Sic Wilfrid   till  I attitri-i.k  ti *.,-rie�� i��t loei'tbtj,'-. >''   ' ' ���i  j lit* kVe-teto toer.  1    S'.vp* h��ke bi-eit int.ciiKt thoui*<tiii.  j.d,Oe��P'ii't>|.'...liP'.so iciittut't* |ihm�� !������     ''b" ri-tutle. for Wl.'l ���*!����>��" >:���; ���  jthf ��,lh't,,l ciilel*. Mijourn III   llrliV.i      ���  'bo 1'iliieral pr>'��li<eliou ��� ���! *,}����� Kt=-  jt oiooihot, and. follow httf a l.velln,i of' '"v"1'' ���' "'!T Hitiii *.',,uto,u*t, or,.! ��  th.�� ��peeial  t'oiumlttoo,  up; emu-it   I .'' **>'''' .'.oduotlon lor ihojim ui'iviiiiii;  flit,. piMttluchtl cM-cottve <f the li,t\ (*���-"��<���> *>"���'��� LnM tvp-elt-.o\enti'*'uuitn����.  LSO.-tiil A"'H'bulon. tiiii.iclal liivlia.;"'I'i*"*! on to the ('.P.M. mm.-ii.t at  thut i* link* i��Mii'd i.t pfoi tneni Mritlxli jTnii}. tvto ,.( (|,co. mad." il.elt IUm  ('���ibii'uliia l.ibetnN t.i atieitd a (������'ticral j'<*b imeic*. toe ili,��>  ,.r.    ,N��.t tit.ha*t  coniti.utee nnvtliig <���!  the  Piot'liu-'  , j ("t.-'fybifc  ��ir*  I- the ��m.tultie.l out-  Liberal AsMrt'latlon to ho he*,. ::��� i.ic'i'U of the b-atUsig Ito^hmd ono.'..  lieiitl.toartciN ol the Liberal Av.t.ei,e [ -*��i����������������;**!Jjr when one peoiemltei�� thai  ilou to ihoNonhttoM Trtt-t t'oniiiitity'*. | " w "������'.���' �� ��"*���' .'��''"' '���(ore tin* camp  btiihinij: In Vaiieoitk'or osi Sittutiht.kj "���*'">< N'��ld lo It., tip li* Ium it.-.-, Putin*1  nfloriiooi), Auk- I, at .Wi'lool i-M b'H Cn,r�� Nmr Inn. >di<pp.il *��,��*�� i  ill-en** matter* poruiluhij,' to '"., < l��m-��; !,<��� Mot, it'.iMi, tinil L'Hoi Ne,;',  Wiifm) Luiii'lor'* (Kit. j ifi.UMt,  -Another ph-ic-hi'>' fact' l�� that j  The  member' ol   the  .|-��*'l��l  wnif!,,',,. Vh) K"tf���,,, K,"��  ���"�����������'���������   N��'l*"i..!  mill...-, r\!,.��r,, M. A, .MaclouaM. | j vUii"�� '"��� ' '��� l"~'"-<'<' ��> ��'M��.tl  Mdenct |tlJth.,K.s'(,���M,t,..||,m,.,vturt!!,1","   h,,*'''"l   <<""   ���"�����; *hf|.|��o.|  -Uff  ilobuullvoP, Kalph Miiilth a.al I'. It. Ii. i ��-.������'���"''* ��!" *'���'����'.   'tin MiHUuu, in  Uiil.trl, it|ij.uiii(i't! b���t   the  provtnetnl  ONii'tititV,   met   in   tin* 'bibei-iil   ctnit.  Fred   G.   Cox,  THIRD AVfc'NUE  PORT AUJERNt  r  w    ���  M��n'�� Shoos at grout reductions, $3.00 to $6.00  values down to $2,80  Ladies' Patent Oxfords, $3.60 values   .   .    $2.50  Ladto��' Houso  SSipporw,  $2.00 values for 31.35  Lodioe' Tun Eootu, button and loco, now ntock,  ��6.00 values for $3.75  Somas Trading Company '.- Alberni, BX.  ) m'Ii s' Ihniie Jottrmil i'atterie��,aik\ttit-. in utoeK-  mltt-'i' pooiiiK y��**ieiila,\' afternoon a*  *o|i>c�� a jjoiierai comotlUee n.i> at'Piingo  fop Sir WUfrltl'H vWi to tie* coa��l,  .U iho (lute iH t.io *.htot in kihlch po  ocml   otn   iuvituiloit1*   (tt  the variolic  otllelaK   and   io,Noolatioiu  tlt.stu��hot.t |;.';.;;; "(^^^.^^w'Jt  ItrltMi Columbia, tbecommitle.'ial(e;u(  lhi; 4>1|m# u (||i(  iin�� opporiuitli.v   tu oMcnd tt public'  ISikittittMn to (ho follow liij,'  (o attetid  .... .     ...        ,'.'��tiltH  In   ppolltwbh*  *)pertuloi>.     it  the  meet.u,.   tthlob I. to be lulu of,   u|l)hM   )r|)iU ^ mmU   ^^  ^  AttM'in.t I,: | (.(f|(t( Ml, 'j*!,,,,,,^,,,*, '.���rtiphlo Mntomoiu  All bibentl Miiatopa from britlhb ,,,���. t.,���4, staudatd mine, on SUtejin  t'oltimtditt  alt meiiiher��. or the Iioumi   \M\u>t |N |K,.j,,,. ja  jmiHi-  no le-x  a  *um than *Hk*.**** \w uemth, and ol  titl* *tuu. i-i'J,i*Oil noes, t��  line ��f ulie!  mnuiiglntr  dlrcotorn  ktho  male's   hN  li'ime in Vloimta,"  MfflMMMMUM  Alherni Lumber Company  (,'nil \ww Mtpp'y opileis for b'lot t'ltem  Rough and Dressed Lumber ol All Kinds, Shingles, Etc.  Local Orili'i". kttlt ri'i'eK'e special attention,  Call at  the  Mill mi the Ke.i'eh Sottlouient Hoiul, or IMiouo  or urlto to the Mami|<ei'  M. L FMAS��M  Phono R40  Alborni, 8. C.  ol eiiiumom*; ail eAWiteutbern ol tho  protincial i('j.'l��ltUuro; candidate-, lot'  the hote-e of contmon^ at the iitM  i/eiientl election; all member* of the  Provincial Liberal A<**ofhulon; member* ol the jtirL'iuil/'ujlnii eommltteo.,  not inomiierh of tl.o executive', jtrenl*  dentn of tbo l>i��trlct Liberal Ai-mu'Iu-  t(.iii�� ihi't'oyhotii iht* |irok'iiice; pre*b  dent*, ol all local Liberal a����H,iUtlou'>  ihroiiKhoui the protluce tojfeihor tilth  the nominee* of the |iiv��|i!t'nunf the  tiUtrici iiKvioliuioiiN throughout MrbUh  Coiumiila, Them' bt��t named )iart!e��  will ite cuiutiiimlcitK'd with ii,\ the  Npeclal cttiumittee bnmediatol.k.  The' Vancouver K.vhiltittou A^ocht-  thni ha,- I'eipn ilt'd the eouimiltee to  urriinifo to have Sir Wilfrid Littirlop  l i open the exhibition in tbiM-lty mi  September ">\ and I and the cmiunittee  U���c.iinmunlcailn^ with Sir Wilfrid to  that i-ud.  \H THE MATTER OF THC "NAVIGABLE  WATCRS PROTECTION ACT,"  fbttpt.r lift, it.K.C. lUOii.   And  IN 'Htl'; MATTIIlt nl* AN   Al'IM.K'ATIHN  Itv l,,\i,U''lc C*iu.n HoAitit I mt vni:  Al'I'lUiVAI. I'NIlCK 'rut: MAID AtYtU"  THO CiiNvriu'iTinM m<< a CAIH.Cj  I'lit.M M.VMHia.li 'it) Al.llCltN'l litt'l'll  t IN 'I'll I: \V I >T I'(��AHT * U'* \' A Mill' VKlt  iM.ANti, llari'l'��U CitM'MIUA.  DfftlppiBj ��ttd hffltiBt ht AmsUwj  tww��iwtipwm^>iti*wt<p(w  Men's Balimggan Underwear, 3Sc per garment  Men's Negligee Shirts 75c each  Men's and Boy's Straw Hats, 50c each, reg. price SI  Notice U hereby irflven that I'aellle  Cable tinned inteluU to nppl.i after the  expiration of one mntiili troui th>. ilate  ssmmsamsfi i of the llri>t pulibcailoii id thU notice,'  to the thiVerner.in.l'oiiu.'ll foe pet'tuh -j  kltin under the Nuvlj.'atib! Wuiet1* I'ro-j    (Jreeuo'n  Mome.Hnko   JJread at Al  tectlon Act and uiu.-ndhi',' Act*. I.icon.  |M,rl��� ���j',.mi|ng Siore  Mnicl  a Ciililo fptim the i'liclllct utile  lltit  at   jtuinlleld i<t cimuci ujih the  Canadian   I'aeltle   Itnlhutj   Telegraph  at  Alherni on the We��t Coa*i ol Vim.  ooiiver Liiiud In the Province of Hritlfh  Ciilumbht,  A\ul fiittber tube notice (hut n nlttn  i ul the propoi,m| ivoiliN toucther vs it it it  'di".crlpt)ou ol the route bit* h��oudi<-j  i Kim IC0010011,1, tthieh uie, elo'-ni! ilokvn  a (et. ^ettr* tiyo/'ba1* '*��lilpped n.'arj.k  L\<H*1 ttilt^. The Pi.ntest'Utliteot Woh|  ftouleutiy, the |t|tiehi<lt, has udlbsl  .'lit.tittit ton-,, folloaeil chi-t'ly by I be  Ktaitdtitti, 'J"1,***!, ami (he Van Kol,  Vb'ti".    TltOM' ���(������iiPe* luiltctite a de<;ree  if activity  iviticb w���� not iiiniolpattd  t     The Iti'iit  f>-ntni'e  hut the revhul |�� rully  jtt^tillett   b,v    tntnltet   etiitdbhiii-.,   and  Got lOutty.  The electric current will muhi ho it!  Albcrnf. See \\\ I). Plu^t.r. MlcClric.tl  Kuk'lueep, abiiiit m Irhig that bote..'ftud  gettlutf ready ttt turn tin the llj��ht.  |)o  l<   ItOkt',  ���w.^-^,...,,^������M^ri rrmmm-  'htf  the h-<t    (JreeneV Mon,e-15at<o  1 tread,  Alherni Trudliiif  St.i,����i.  Albemi the  Beautiful  No trip   lo Alherni U complete  uoh'y. 'mi kootiro a few  of the  The Well-known ��t*.d Old Eittbluhed Crocen, fofon mW'raim Hcahinti  *   il<MvnM>Vtl^  >4jw*i��vw>r m+i3iw*A  you are rianmng a  Thi> in tho wtoro to got your Broad, Cakes,  Cookiew and GroccrtcB from  We have it full Ihie.'tif Line J.uice, (Irttpo Juice,  Lemon Sijiiusii, UiiKpiter.v Vinegar and tttht*r drinka  ViclcriJ Quty Stcrc, Thsrie 33  of the Wonderful l<ncul Scenery  frtmt tho studio of  J.   CLEOG  l^tolt theiti over at the Alherni  Trading Store  Wo have a large aotactlon of tho famouo  ARROW BRAND COLLARS  Largo  Selection  to choose  from at Reasonable prices  CAMPBELL & MAC FIE  Motion liloi'.t, Alborni  J'boim m  Fbst Ave,, Port Alborni  Phono ?.'<  I*!"��5  Yotl 'fet u SiimM'e I Mil fro'!)  our AihcrtKop��  ��BtVV  -tr��  i jiOKited In the iirtllce of the Mb.ilMer of;  ���j Public  Work* at OtttikVii, ami aUo in j  ��� the oltlee of (be Iti-tiUtrtti' tJeneiiil ul  jl.iiwin at  (he Ch>  of Victoria in the  j Province ol MriiUh Cobimbhi.  j    Oi.tivl tbU'.Mth .Ink of Jul). |t)|l,  i i'LACM .V KTtW'KWKLL,  j Solicitori. for (lit* Appllctiuts.  r ��tf*-ii*tt!iM<>'"W*��*-"  THOMSON'S  GENERAL  STORES IjLORD-BEST  HALL  ��tsrasattM��s  We invite you to Compare our Prices with  those charged elsewhere for the  Same duality Goods,  Ami, If'yon do that, wo nro conlltlejit of yi)iirU''oi)tlulled Pat.ronii','e,  FOR YOU WILL SAVE MONET  BIND   (a-GE  Pioneer Furniture Store, First Ave., Port .Alborni - Phono 82  The bartfoM 'lltill with the lte��t. Floor  1      ..     ' in Alherni,  p.-..- '���������   .    .  }.;      Oppose. Urn Now Po��>t t-llk-e.  i '���' *  j V, Shir.r, MinH'tr, tt Sfeaw 1 C��. fttlef S(m  When They Ask Questions���Send Them The Advocate^  Paint?-Versus PAINT  Q.   -Whcit! were you nitiritiftiot tired ��  A.    I|t tvtoiiern t'ttuada.  (,*.- < *ait you >.tautl the |t,<:.', pHinutt.*'/  A.,. NO!   Ii tvoar.t..nit* ttttt.  Q..Where were yoti manufacturedV  A.*- In british Colinnbia, '���!������  *j, ��� fun yoti stand the H,C ellumte.V  A. -1 ii��ite��peehilly pri'puivdtortttiod  (he climate ef jti-iti^lt Co.louthla.  :Notv, you peed not ,,"U0.*.s why  ;'' BAPjCO PURE PAINT  Standi jn tbo Klrst '('.'hi*.s In Alborni-  Pot- Mile by  Tho���Alb.-rnl Paint. Store.  The Canadian Pacific Lumber  Company, Ltd.,  Is now prepared to Guarantee  Prpnlpt delivery of all order's for  Mouldings, Shmgles  and Laths  .CARADU  Port Alborni Branch  r i -  ���ft  i-'V  Vr  i *'.  \\ ���  I-'..  Ir ���

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