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 ���<sa- *&>��-&*>�� zffi&i3**!.* to*i*i&^^'&&4^fyf-^itt* '*��� ^^k^r^fT^, (it-j^ Jr *-L?,^t'+!^!��vj *i.fl"/wj^^  i^4  �����WIWitt.WW��.WfOCW  Vol. 7  Alberni. B.C., Friday, June 26, 1910  . 18  Your Cabbage Plants by using  Powdered Hellibore. Quickly  and effectively destroys the cab-  ft , '  bage grub.  ���MKIhlk   k-J    ���> -JM->*   *.!>��.*����,& I     w IV- Cl-k^.1    J, a-IMkU-kU. ^aik-l)l-n.    T-J.   I     UU.    **, ,*at    >   , 14       , |l   U. Jtt    I   rU/'i      r-ilf   ��ik ..atM-fl   a- s ., ir        ajv     I      Li IjVui ft*i�� la ,J   -ka.,1.*   lr*��t      kU>  mWwt'JI.kfVk^n-Hlll^Kll   JBklJll     -V �����.       L fk-kVUkJIJ,   *1*-V    * a    l.#1lli.   ,n��a        u.k.1. a       -   /If,     -f   a -t I    <   1   ������   .       A ^^-(ab-i   'I   ��   a.kiu Uf    HI, \J I >     *ll    *��   i )1 If        I'l **��*ll**   U  TRDSWELL - ��� Druggists and Stationers  ICE CREAt. rOR DESSERT  mm  From One to Ten Acre  Blocks at Snap Prices  Fire. Life. Accident Insurance   Houses to Rent,  JAS. R.  Ileal KNtnU. ami Inrnmuieo  Phono.)]; Allium!  P.O. Uox HH  tSrMUMHVD 111.7  BOARD  OF  DIRKCTOR8I  H. V. IffliklDITH. Ci����� rrt��U**t.  R. I. Aim, Em. X, &&n**Al*li��, �������.  tWWUtoi4i4H*Wi<*��l*. Km, Rtikt. SiUili<r.  A, Bumnrim lH< ���      ��� . ���'&' B. C*t-4*"it, K**s.  H. K, t>(WiaH��*s ItH, D, *?f*OW AaVtSlU, Kh.  *t?n. HiMuter, Ej>i. ��� ���  .:.  tkff*i*lUk WlBSaaPl.TfiylfMr, Ua,D.,'a^Wl^llllJMl*W.  Cpiifli Pcaia up   -:;��� -titfibo'jtioo*  R��ttt ���       ���      ���      16,000,000,  Undl'i-Mt4Pirtl.�� .--'..:   1,252,394,  TcUIAjiwIj* (April, 13I*I)2S0,i5fi2,570,  liU'li �����' ���iiitWhW'i'wtwiiai.      v-   ��  Curre&t Rat** al Inters**  tune ajlowtjil on deposlta in the RavliiKti  Department of the Hituk  of Montreal.  Dt*|>oslti�� of $t> ami upwitnU ftre received  on H��vliijj[* AccotinU.  ^rW^  E. S. V. McClintock, Manager. Port Alberni Brandt  JlP.ii..|..WHl^^  'unif>niH* ' ii*'   ii"iuwwtnini.fBiifHit.iyia*!  M.ANUFACTUEIHG JEWEtEH AND OPTICIAN  Fj   13.   V��  (Tho oldest ��stybllMho*. Jowolor.i on 'Vancouver. Iwlaml)  W�� mako a specialty ol all kinds ot  Our prices ar�� moderate arid we guarantee all work  Estimates Furnished      Prompt Attention  our Optical Department will visit .'Aljberhi': fre-  ently.   Mak�� appointments by letter and h�� will  moke examinations and furnish estimates free ot  CHIEF FORREST  PRESENTS NEED  charge.  kkkWkiix  tmmtaimqpii*m*^.����*n''m*i�����  Tim needs nf tho Allict-nl Volunteer  Fire llrlgudo ' wt'i't* brought to tlio  uitonilon of tho t'ity Council at tho  i lust, regular hiiMiloii Iiy Fire Chief  [ Forresl. An a rt'Mill of tlto oxpcrlonfo  of tho recent Uro vvliU'h destroyed the  I'lThliyli'i'liin Church und iho .Uunso,  tho Klro Chlyf presented it request, for  .more' host), moro hydrant., nml n  mrongoi* brigade. Tlio need for nil of  Ihoso thlng*nvn.s dourly presented, tint]  Ilin chief certainly inudo out u yowl  euso. Ho culled .mention to tho meet*  lug wii It'll is to bo hclii tii in evening  for iho dismission of thot-to subjects,  and lit) invited tho moiubora of Uio  CoiinoU to bo proHont.  In ro|)ly tho Mnyor n��*iiii'(*il tho Klro  i.'hl.'f thnt. jiiHl its nooii its tlio fniulK  wt'i'o In liiindi tht."*o inuttorii would  I't'colvo thooloso (luoiiiion of tin-  Connoil. lit* ftirthcir -.tntod tlmt thoro  worn wood olnnico.t ��� for tho milo of n  ixirtloii of iho tilty Dt'bonMifOt., nnd  tho inoinont this wait Uono, nn otlori  would bo jnndo to mool iho tloninnd*i  of tho Klro Dopni'ttnt'n,. In iho inonn-  tlmo iho I)rl((itdo (.'onlil bo brought tip  to Mfroutt't' Ktrt'iiK'th, nnd propiinttlond  niado lo bo In lino for iho bi'ttor  t.'t|iilpinoni wliioli would bo fiii'iiisht'd  JUKI iih hoon iih Itconld bo lliinnood.  . Tho Ulty Council pns*.i*d tt voto of  llninlts for tho etorvkvi rondort'd both  by llio lot'ttl Klro Hi'!/;ti(Jo ttnd thut of  iho Fort, nnd HMsutrd tho boyh ihut  tlioir tijilt'iiilld work hntl boon fully  itpprot'ltilod.  I'ho olot'trlo Liiiio .switch on llio  .liver. Houd Im out of order and will  huvo to bo Ht'iit. out lor ropalr?i. This  willVhiitoif tbo U)thtH utoinK tlto roiul  for it.'itItfht or t.Vo. ',-'.'"���'     ; ;"  Inviiiulontt io ntiond tho convftitlon  of tlio I'tit'Uli' ('oiiHt Klro C.hlofiS ntHiin  KriinoUoo, und nl*��o.tiio ono ut Oliitwit,  wot'o rocolvi'd und lllod.  Mr. I'J. M. Wliyto uppoitrodon lioliulf  of tlio I'oiiiniiiti'o   In chnryo of tho  TWO WEEKS  FOR REPLY  Aco.ordliiff U> report*, from liwrlln.  thoro will bou period of nonio two  woolts wiiltln^ before tho Oorninn  roply to llio Amork'un nolo run bo  presonttHl. Or. Anion Moyor-norhurd  Ik busy iHM'iitilntliHif tho liouds of tho  vitrlotni Ciorintui Depurlinontft rojfnttl-  li\K tho tiiitui'o of public opinion In tho  United Ktittes, und tho tictiml work of  propurln^ tho roply will not bo undor-  tnlion until nftor thin Inforumllon Ih In  Ini ml.  It nmy bo slulc'd. rotfurdlnff Dr.  Moyor*(iorhurd'!, rt��|>ort, that tlio in  formation brought by htm coiiUiti.od  Utile which way ttltnultitoly new to tho  foiolj-*!) ylllco, ami it�� uhlof viiluo lay in  It,** bolnjkf n ro])oi't of tho ��ti'on^t|i of  tbo vnrlou.1 ourronls of public opinion  in tlio Uultod .Stall's und tho attitude  of 1'resident" Wilson und his adviser.*!  ht u more positive and eonvlncliitf form  Until could huvo boon possible in tt  written cotumutiicitUou.  Ho Im undorHtood to huve made it  clour that tbo American people are  istitntiinif Holldly bullied the president  In Ilin insistein.'o upon xuai'autnt's  tiis'ttlnst the repetition of snob un incident us tho ttinkliiff of the Ltihitiinin  und cnualSy iltilt* doubt ihut no important tibctlon of tho American people  favor wur If It can bo honorably  avoided,  MBERitlBOYS  iAPIGFiE  Church Meeting.  A meoilnjr of tlio contfrojrutlm. of  Ht, AndrowH I'resbyterliin Church, Inn*  boon en Hod for .Monday ulifhtiit oljfht  o'clock for tho piu'ooso of dl��ct)iisliijf  .wltiit stopM iu-i'v. to bo tukeu u�� to  whether ii now cliinvh -will bo,built or  not.. -.,,..........  it |�� hoped thut the conj4froj.-aUon  will bo ulilo to ttotv their way do at*, to  rebuild Uto church I ttt un ourly ditto.  If tho monoy is ut ull uvttllttblo now lit  tho iliuo whon the lumber ofth bo  Diitulnlon Dny Children's Sporti,, nnd | bought in* much clionpor, tind wo huvo  the Council npproprliuod tho sum of I no doubt that ft Komi dotil of help will  FIr<j Brlgode Mating,  A mootliijr of all tJiouo cltlsonn who  uro intorestod in brinylnf? the Alborni  Volunteer Klro Hrltfudo up to a hlffhor  Htntiiliutl lu tho Way of moro mon and  bolter otjulpmem, htm boon oalltxl for  litis ovonlntr,-In tho City Hull. Tho  hour Ih oljyht o'clock nnd thoro should  bo a ifood .turnout, m tho. subjoot lit of  Uii) tfroutcst ImporUnoo,  <3oo. Korrostr  Klre Chief.  #lt) for the purpose.  It vviiti ret*ohcd to dlsicimtlniio the  bulletin sorvlco.  .'.'.Sundry ncctnint*i were ordered paid  itiid 'itiTttnjfOint'iit'i-i initde to trimsfer  tlioclvlo uccotints to the Itoytil IJ.nnk  ttnd the Mttyot: ttnd City Clerk will  be utteixl to the btitflness,  l*ermls!vi()n lo use lire (inns within  the oily limits was provided tinder  cei'iuin conditions by moans of an  !iii!i>uiinient to. the presont, by-law,  This will enable tho ltlllo CluVto unit  ihemiifi'o for mnull, rlllos within the  ojty limit*, nnd pormtu will issued to  uiouibei's. of lb" Club for this impose,  Tliu mitt-tor of see tiring permission  io work oh" luMts in city work was  taken up, its t*evnru! appiletilions itiunif  Uiom* lines uio In littiuL Alter some  tHfUiussi.011 It ,w��Or resolved lo let the  matter ro-u until ufier the ,'Mst of July  In order to-ifot* how the general taxes  come in, und how much will bo In hand  to use for city work.  Willi Homo minor untttorn, this con*  eluded 1,1 to work of tho Council for tho  session.  bo forthcoming, In tlto way of volun*  tnry labor, A wood tittondiinco Is ro-  (Hiosted of ull those Itiferomtotl next  Monduy. '  At n mootinjf of the M(iutit,ers of llio  ciitui'ii held hist wook it was doclded  to repuir tlio uimiso just as moon its the  Insuruiico , iidjtttitor hud mudo his mU  justuieut of tlio ditiuiiMes, und to have  thof tibbish nil cleured nwiiy froiu tho  iicenivof the tiro.  l)*H^-"iM*4, ���*�����,��!  m''.They 'Ask Questions���r���Send Tfiem The Advocate  School Closing,  Diirlntf Uio early part of this week  the usual examinations In the various  schools httvo been taking place. The  ���High Scliool osanilnntlons woro coo-  diiotod by .iiifspcetor .Smith, from Vic*  1'oriii, and tlie lllj-fh .Scbool litiiriuic')  by Mc. .1. J. llowtit, Tho ro^uliit'  olosinjr exercises, presentation of prizes  etc.. Is/uikitiit* place today ti.ftor which  the touchers und scholars will disperse  for ith|i> suniinei' .vacation, and tho  schools will not re-open until about  the and-of-August, ,  Armament Lisbor Supply.  Application forms for-mon-for tiio  Armament iyiibor Supply wore received  ut this olllce lust, Friday rind have been  filled out by H from this  district.   Tho  j applications, huve buoh   forwtitrded   to  I Nitmilmo.  iUtdiflfS Aid,  The concert tftvon In tho Loiil-riest  hull hii.t I'Viday iiijffht tinder tlto aus.  jdeeN of tho Lmlies Aid,of the 1'rcsby*  teriuii Chtirolii wus it KiicceM in every  wuy, The following )tttlie*4 and geuth'-  men risstaied.. Mliiset, K, Wrljfhl, L,  Kwnn!��oii, K. Hills, V, l'ttterson ttnd  M. (Jill, Mrs. 1C. DlnMlitlti, uud Messrs.  Or. Morrison, Gardner and K. .Stoveos,  Mrs, W uti Id ttsDliStod by tbo Misses  Nancy Burke, Kitty Hurko, Dorothy  IUddoil, Dora Cox, Francos Meagher,  Maggie Uodford and Miii'gurot Wwttlo,  gave a burloMjiiO entitled "The fcJvveet  Family," which wus very much enjoyed  and collected great credit on Mrs.  Wttttio, their Instructor.  The choir also rendered n lumibor of  tii'leotioiiK.  As a result of this entcrtnlnmont 'the  lattidlci Aid olearod itomotlilug over  thirty1'dollars.'    * , |  To Cruah Russia.  London, .1 uno ;.U.~.H Is reported-un.  olJk'iitlly that lanlts of tho German  army, which,'hitvo been In Belgium,  httvo appeared on the front in Ouliciu.  It is believed that tlio Gonnaus. aro  risking all In a desperate attempt to  crush ltussla. As font t��s the Russians  wipe out a battalion it is replaced by,  iiit'i) vvitli'trawii from tlie western front.  The German losses uro enormous, as  tlioy itre. lighting without reg.uil for  loss of mem  Change* Places.  Nowm received at Loudon Is to th��  effect that a largo portion of tho Cftim*  dlttn iWvirilon Is now occupying trancher*  recenily in tlto pottsossloii of tho Ooi>  mnnM. .' ,is   ' . ';;-  These treuohos are olght f��ot deop,  bitt only aboiit two und a half foot Wide  Thoy aro fitted with brick flooru and  bear olot'jtitmt testimony to tho manner ;  In which tlio Germans fortified their  ground during tho   winter   uionthti.  There is a gravoyni-d marking' tho  spot where the I'rutisian*! and (Jroim*  dier Gtiartls hud u hund.to.hand fight,  It Is fencod off wire and hoards, emd  thoro is a board bearing tho insorlptlon!  "In uiomory of those who fell hero,  It Is the duty of thoso who follow la  attend lo Ho worn and weed��." As ��  result each regiment pluntetl�� dlfTinrent  variety of flowers. Tlio plot w*s kept  ebjun and the flower-, were watered  each day.  Near tho trtmohtm held by, the C*n��. .  dlit!i(�� is the ti'K't whore Bwrgent  O'Leary, forinorly a member of th��  Vtoyjtl Northwotit Mownted 1'ollco, won  hl�� Vicuu'in Cross, tso the men from  tho Dominion uro on historic ground  at prosent.  ^        Church Concert.  A concert will , tnko placo,.in  th������'  Fresbyteriun   Church  Hall, on, Wednesday tho :10th Inst.   Tho Prograromo  will oonslst of; songs ��nd recitations,  and the following will take part:  Mrs. Hannah, Miss Hackor, Miss  Holph, Mrs. Colllnge, .Mitts F. Olodhill,  U. Davics, H. Holllns ��ud T. Colllnge.  Accompnnlstit. Miss Miles and Mr.  Uollins.  Tne concert will commence at 8:30  shurp. and tbo jirticeeds >s(ll bo devoted  w the funds of the church.  Italian Gaino.  n|niie, June 22. .The Italians galnod  from twelve .miles north of Corka, and  south east of Plaza. The Austrian*  were forced to bring up gumi from tho  Russian front.,  fl  Tho Editor of tho Alborni Advocate  had tho plcasuro of seeing homo of tho  Alborni boys who uro now in training  for service at tho front* If wus at,  Victoria last week, und even now Wnio  of thorn nro on tho way to tlio lOast, for  tho word has como tlmt tho -18th Ih  ordomi to tho front,' uud uovoral of  tho Alberni .soldlcru aro in that hat-'  tulion.  D. MoKonxlo and J. Mathlvon aro  among tlio nutnbor, and nro fine and  lit. There was a church panulo lant  Kuuduy for tho 4MUi and 700 to 800 of  thoiu turned out for the sorvleo*. In tho  Cathedral.' Thoy marched liko vot-  oi'ims, and looked bronxed and hanly,  and q ulio capabio. of, giving a good  account of thomstt-lycis.  Of tho other boy�� wo wiw K. Wood*  ward, W. Clarko and 0. tilundy. nnd  thoy aro rounding into slmpo ��w  soldiers In lino stylo. All theso l>oy��  Hcnt their boHt rogaitin to tlmir friends,  In good old Alborni, and said that thoy  would bo glad to got buok homo, but  not mull nftor tltoir job wm flninhed,  Later it was lourhod that W. Clarke  and J-.. R Woodwai-d havo boon taken  on by.tho ���.tith.  o\ THE fkh&Emt ADVOCATE.  aWlltei(kV.k��kl��(. 8ilT.IWI'l��WUk',-��,4lllkT*������f,  TE ALBERNI ADVOCATE  TJw> Altxurol A4re��wil�� l*��b!l*h*n�� tuttf  frtnlkts Co., Ltd., ProprUUnt*.  i. f, BU.PSOE   .   EtiHer and R��itBj��r  Jr��At*tli��*����A ��t Atl>��io!. Utllluli CviluiuttU. lit  Iki latirniUktf VniwouvnrHlBiitllii �����*"���*)**! *na  th** A llm rut Ultirlvi lo t-tvi iluuUi   -  Heatt btnciKS   Albtml. B. C.  Afo*pi��(l l>r tti*) 1'kit.imMter ilrnvral '��)f  M��iu��l����i(>a KiKfUi/U Ik.*" loollif mfurooml��!������  emttftr. ���  to discus?* this situation,ttnd lu-po  Ihut there will be* u InrtfO turn*  out; for tho subject Ih of tliu  most vital importance, nnd well  worth iho uttt'iition of every cit-  Jstou. Turn out untl hit us hour  from you on thhi subject.  WAR LOSSES  fMab*��rl|itlnoti to t'ulntc In I'tviitirtu, t >�� Uulteil  Ktt*��ai)w. AuilritlU. Nt-'*, /,��tliui.l, N**niui*<l;  U���� ulill oll>*��r wuitirlr�� Willi ���l.iiiljr uimIi.1  T��ffKl��tlctki��. will ��)��� rri*v*l*fi*it on ill* follnwltiir  t*������i  ow�� y����c . . . >*.w  aixWuutlm        . ���   i.w  r*t\*n id i��t�� Unll-ft. Hute*. Mimlouiu.il ��ll  Hwrovfttu ����a titttor fon-lim coittitrl-an (I.ODl'vr  *t��r ���rirt.  OktM-Md for nil lwt/��>l notlfoi will l����Um ��*iii��  ����� tHoit eiiftblUliv-iI Iiy Hi*) 11. U-UffluUl UuM'tle,  ���a�� lain*, ba e��ld In tvciVfirico,  TO CORRESPONDENTS  Ail wniwuniMttuiii. ftitf diSmI for pu��i!li-*ilim  (�������! li* ivvKjoyitittnUil wttli tin* nuiii" ����<! ��*1*  Ai-tetof tb�� writer, not n��o*)��Mrllif /iir iiulillen-  y*ta but tt* �� ��u��r��iH����u( i/WMl lull". W at-wtiioi  UiiilerOilt* to lenirn rt*i��**ii*il UDKiiiiuiilOfctlwoi*.  Mt�� irtaiuusrtilloi) will I'd l>��ltl for tn-wllOkWiiul.  tiKttont ok&hh t*y ��|!tx*lttt nrrnngDumn'.  Allwrnl, B. C��� Cnnada  ,y*��liWl'Jka����.'!^'����1-.'',"*!|k''1...''.. "'...'   -J  Jun. 25, 1010  FIRE BRIGADE  WHMKE a fow days b'��6 stood  tho boautlful l^'WHbytorinu  Ohuroh thoro hi now. it handful  of blaokonod ruins. At no nrrout  diMtanco Ntntids till thnt was left  of tho Manse which wus tho rosl*  donee of l-ttjv. Juh. Cnrruthors,  the pHHtor of thu Church.  Tho ruins stand ���� at once a  monument and a demand. Thoro  its not much In tho wuy of u  monument it bout tho little thnt  remains, but what thoro is makes  a record that cannot bo put to  ono sldo, Thti domain, la thero  In no uncertain wound. Alborni  nood.. more adequate tiro protection.  Now tfet this* rljfht.' If thoro  was any ono tiling demonstrated  at tho Uro hurt wook It wan tho  fact that what wo have of it ays-  torn, both eta to mon and witter  Rupply, wiih fully up to tho high*  cut standard. Tho /not remains  however that thoro was not  enough oqui|)inont to tnnlto tho  water of tho groutost' use, and  thoro vroro not enough trained  mon to handle th�� equipment If  WQ had it.. "'V':'.'-.  Lot u�� look at a fow of tho  many nad lessons which can bo  drawn from this tiro which we'  aro dlaotmalng.  It isovldont that wo need, and  must have, moro homo.  Wo need, ami munt- have, an  Marm system.  Wo neod, and must have, moro  hydrants in tho main portion of.  the Olty, a*�� well as ono or two  of tho outHido wootlons.  Wo mood, and must have, more  men, and bettor oqulpmont for  thefto mon. Coats and more helmet*.  Mors men���-nhd'   then,   moro  men.  By'this wo moan tho fact that  thero not only nood�� a far greater interest/In tho practbes, and  tho; turning' out of tlio mon for  drill moro regularly, but aleo tho  addition.of a number who have  not, as yet, shown any Hpeclal  interest in this work. Wo have  tho'.-material, for a high cht���� lire  brigade -right |iero In Alberni.  We will have to get it out at all  costs."-  Thero Is no use In sidestepping  or making excuses. Tho safety  of tho town dotuands an immediate aUvHitlon to-thoao niattorrt,  and wo are pleased to note the  fact that a mooting-has boon  called for thlti, Friday, levelling  FKKNCI1 military oxporlH re-  cently huve been preparing  Nome Inti-Tonling ilgures with regard to the varlouH. war Iomhoh.  Thi�� with a view to am-jwering  the tjuoMtion un to the probable  duration of tin* war. The Gorman und Auatrlan Iohhoh up to  March 111 are put ut 0,720,000.  divided between *1,200,000 Oer-  umiiH and 2,5211,000 AiiMtrluno,  ���Since the date of thin estimate  the loMKus-have been auch that  at present, tho osttmato of the  onomy'H Iohhos will not fall far  nhort of 0,000,000. To this add  nomo 200,000 for the   Turk lull  lOSBOB.  French cnsualtloH are given at  J,r)00,(XK). JtritlNh HOOjOOO and  Belgian 200,000. Thiw the total  of tho Western Allloe.will reach  thu neighborhood of 2,000,000.  Kuflt-iiiu. losnt'N am entimatod at  {���.,000,000, and Serbian at IfiO.(KK)  and this will bring the total Iokh  for tho Allien to around 7,000,000  if wo regard all localities where  lighting has been going on.  ThiiH wo find this total Iohsom  for the ih'Hi ton montliM of the  war reaching well toward 10,000,  (XX). Even If it \h found that  thone flgurea uro too large, they  will not bo cut down much when  the yearly average Is to bo entl-  mated, for boiuo of the hardoi*.t  fighting In now going on, and at  riovorai placeH there Ih a chance  for tho biggest battlea of tho war  to develop. Lot the war hint two  yearn at the proNont rate and  from 25,(XX),(.XX) to ��(),(XK),000meu  will be lent to tho world In ono  way and another.  When those Uguren are considered it in bettor undoi'fltood  why.iho're areinauy experts who  coiiRider that Geminny and Austria cannot lust another year,  anil that as the forces of the  onetny diminish, they will be  compelled to give way 'before'  the vast number of now forces  at the command of the Allies.  ���.-'.EDITORIAL NOT.ES  A "brief visit to ��� outside points  has convinced us that Alborni It*  In about ���� good shape as.any of  them, and that with the present  lino run of salmon, and the good  looking .potato' crop that Is now  coming on, we had bettor stay  right hero.  ACIICAL POINTERS  ABOUT ALBERNI  Alberni in reached by train from  Victuria. Ckinneciiomi are ui'id�� xllh  Victoria, running through'to Alborui  on every other day. I'niiengors from  Vancouver City can connect with thli  train nt Ntiniilmo.  Alberni h abo rwacht'd by atoataor  from Victoria, and In the itumumr  mouth>'there 1,1 nomorotiellghtfu) trip  than thin up the west re-int of Vnueou*  vor lsiund and'along the ploiurtii.tino  Alberni canal,  "= Tho Inland trunk lino of the C N.H.  Ih now building front Victoria to Al*  bond,  u  Land prices us to uertmgo varies  from $20 to 91(H) per acre for hu��h Uud  and from *1(K) to 9-iU) tor iti ml thut hiu  been cHntrod'and brought under cultl-  vatitm. l'rlcos tiru guverned by quality  and location, uud land can be had in  uny quumlty.  tt hu�� boon found that mixed farming pays* bout, On plots of from ton to  twenty acron fruit giti-ivlng, dairying,  poultry ruining, hug�� and cattle will nil  pay well,  In Alberni will bo found tiio muml  advaiUagos of a progres.lvo Western  Community thut hi,*) faith, und tlto cour*  tigo of lb. cuiiviotloiw. Tliero aro *  number of good itoros cttrrying a wktu  range of good*, nchools, church(i.i, the j  Alberni Advocate, uoiVMpupor, and a]  number of uthletlo and socitti clubm.  a  Tho ollmiiU) iii ut* tine ttu can bo  found on tho tWlllu t.'oiim, taken the  your round. Tho rainfall l�� It**,, tbmi  thatof tlio <Mty ot Vancouver, Ihe  froim aro light. There is seldom frtiit  enough for ukiiilng or-inow onough for  xlelghing, uud when either of these  nonum It only lasti. ii few dayi. For  thit tiiimnier ami autumn month* tliero  Im nothing In tho -voiiil to excel tho  Alberni weather,  Alberni in the outlet of ono of tho  largest uud most fertile valloyi. on Vuu-  couvor liilund. In tho Pintrict will bs  found u van weulth of timber of tho  fluoHt kind, cottl, Iron, oopj-oi-, niarblo  and other oommorclul .ttonou, brlok  cltiyit and other mnttiMaU.  Thoro urn nun erou* utlractiviD  opportunities for t��'ii manufneturm*and  Invcttor. The t '.c��J of the Alberni'  Advocate, Alborni, ii, *JM will bo gind  to tako theito mattori up with you.  Write to him for |i��rtloular*i,  ypk,y,kf4if.��.^��t-4,..iM^  Corporation of the City of  Alberni,  .Noxious Woods Act.  The growth of vegetation in  and'around Victoria appears to  be about two weeks ahead of the  remainder of Yancouvor Island,  But then they will strike next  winter just that much sooner.  * ���. ���  ��  o ���  So Loinbcirg has fallen. Well  let them have It-to play with for  a little while. It will all come  back with tho big bunch in the  end.  Our neighbor, the Port Alberni  News, donios havlngutorpodood"  Sir Richard McBride. Sincotho  important fact is admitted, tho  question arises���*Who didV  ��� , ���  *  *  Meantime the Editor has our  Thut nil - purlieu within the M unlet*  pttlity whoso.property in infeuU'd with  thlMtk'i* or' other noxloun weedtt are  hereby warned thut unlesH tho 1.1,1110  are cut on or beforo July 1., lOlfi, that  the City will huve tho stuuo done and,  charge "the cost of no doing against the  ���jpiioi'iy.  .1. Kor.tytbo,  Acting City Clerk.  sympathy on the���" limitations"  editorial, and a certain amount  of admiration for compiling such  a long list of things for which  lio refuses/to take the blame.  Asa rule the average editor  has to .stand for the entire list,  and then some.  Windsor, Out. June 'i'l.���An uttomp  wits. uittdo this week to blow tip tho  armoury hero. Twcnty-uovon NtlckH of  dynamite were found under the building. The fuse was timed for .'1:15 a. m.  Tho fulie cup exploded, but tho dynamite failed to do. so.  ^\  Again we call the attention ot  ii  our friends to the fact that we  . t-    ��� .       .��  are now taking delivery of a  r.  stock of all kinds of      *   \  *  Letter Heads, Bill Heads  Envelopes,  Cards, Etc.,  All ordered before the recent  advance in paper prices.  iii  Now is the time to stock up while the prices  of this class of work remain ot the old levels.  Orders from outside points will  receive careful and prompt attention.  etni  ���*  XZZ  ASSOCIATE  Will Hold Regular Monthly  Meetings in the Basement  ol tho Motion Block on th��  Second Friday  I     In Each Month  As no further notlecs will bo  sent out, ploaso remembor the  date. ' .'������'(':  Address all communications to  W. E. H. PUESQOTT,  Secretary.  Ifpou have got a good- thing  WHY NOT ADVERTISE  '   -IT:  fe  r  *> *  1:  \  r  f.  1  1  I: ���owsErai'ssiaisniw*'^^  fi- .  fr  THE UMBMABVOCAXE  If, you have not already attended tho Great Price Slashing Sale now on at thin well known store,  you had bettor not delay doing so. This is an opportunity for saving money that may never occur  again and ovory person In the District should take advantage of the bargain.** offered. We must  ralso cash on our stock and you will roap tho benefit.   Give us it call and bo convinced.  For the Ladies .  SUITS,  "HOUSE DHB8S.S8,  SILK  WAIST,  KIMONOS. SILK and  L1SU0 HOSIERY Etc,  f SUITS, HATS, BOOTS and SMOKS, Sill UTS,  UNDJSUWEAR, Tl'lflS, OOLLAUS, BOOKS,  BRACKS and OTHER GKNTS KUUNISHINOS  CLASSIFIED ADS.  -.-k'--t'^-**'*W'*r-^F*'**;i;*T-IVHan^.jr-f*'ffi^"  ,-;tli. .W--'>t'.U JT'tl-wlH*'!*-��f it-Aff ���!"���** ,l-Ml.%.''��'i"l-l  WORK AND WORKERS.  Until further notice uny person do*  Hiring employment, and .nose who  ���with to hire help of any kind, will IInd  llio columns ot tho Alherni Advocate  uiit-n to made known tlioir wunti to  tlio public without charge.  Tho service lu fioe.   Make use of it.  H U*tM��VtViWttfITl I*  J*  Will Treda���My 10-aoro ranch, 1 1*4  mllei from Coombs for deeded corner  lot and whack, in or near Alberni or  J'ort AJbornl. John Frith,  Parksvlllo I J. C.  Wanto'l,���Expoi'lonced, mlddlo aged  English widow, want* position as  hotiiiotteeptir. Good references. Ad*  dross Mrs, IS, Dry ant, Alborni, tl.O.  I'or Rent���Two room building noxt  to Alberni Hotol. Apply to CI, A.  Smith? Albert)!, U. 0.     .  For R��te~K live aero block)., *J0 acroi,  away below Iho Government Agent'i.  u*tst<>i*mitvtut In lot 111.   Apply to  .lumen IJeok, P. O. llox 4*18, Victoria.  WiMI  ��� Velvets, Table  Linens, Cashmeres, Curtaining, Toweling,  iHjgt.- ecc��  PORT ALBERNI  S.    EATON  Martfaret St., Alberni  Pt.lr.ter end Peper-Hinger  :����   kept   in   stock   ot  lowaat prices.  PICTURE     PR AMINO  Esllmittos Free.  tgRXVrWto^AS^lW���  ���Mllt^ilplllTl*)^^  %**Hmm\)j***��mm* t#iattwt*.iiiWi<*aMawii*>it*W  MORE HEAT-LESS WOO  By securing your Wood from  '���v. - tho  ]���'���'[..  ALBERNI WOOD YARD  Dry '.FIr,$l,7o pet- rick, delivered  Oreon Fir,$i,50 per rick, u   "  ' .'Q��rtrudo 'St,      *���      Alberni  ��Biw.M'H''Mt*m^  Professional Cards  GEO. A, SMITH, C. E.   -'  J3. C. Land Surveyor. Survey., of  timber limit*, mineral oluitnt*. and land  .subdivisions. OfWce at Alborni, P^O.  Bon :S3,  H, M. IV HODGSON  A. M. I. C. E.  jtt-'MlwnfW'i'iiiil.iiiiM  who is thinking  (UaJ  il,..��.ltila.i|J|liiillilili.il,|lif  j  Good fork     Prices Right     Prompt Attention  at Martuoru  ������'  Or v;  CALL, OR 'PHONE 18.  F   M   W ff  JU*    Ir��*      w�� JUS.  P. OBOX 10,  L'^liitttttt^.l.lll'-WWtMI-l  *m*v** v*mi**m*r#m  RepnlrSiig.���HopaSrH on Autos, Murine  rhiglnos, and all klndn of machinery  by an expert who ban nerved hi*  tlnto at tho trade. Leave order* at  the idioo shop next to Hulfs Garage,  Alborni, IJ.O.���F. Musur*.  ���viiWirtknvaMft^  Plant* Tor fifnle���Toinuto plants, cabin tge pltiutM, red cabbage,, plttnt*ii  caulillower plums, HnititelH i.prout*i  plants, All now ready for sotting  " 11. Cirlllln, Alborni, H.C.  out.  -tkl"-**-*. I *��W,l!al-(^.l^lll.  w  Wanted -Work by the day by   an ex-  , pert drrhHiuaker and ullurott.i,  into  of   Hpolutne.-.<Mrs.   M.    K.  llouclt  Heaver (/"reek Uoad near Tlio Maples,  \Vanl,��d. -I'otiltlun lis houstikoopor to  elderly couple or   bachelor,   umall  Ktthiry for good homo���good cook.  Apply UoitHokoopor, Advocate Olllce,  Wontod -Knergotlo lady help or young  woman to help with iiouatt work and  look after baby occtiHlonally������write,  bUltl  ox  un uivtir I'titij    uuiiiinivfiiiiii/-"-" int*,  ating age, experience and Miliary  cpectod to 0. 1�� riiHor Uamilold, 11.0.  NOTION BLOCK  C. GALES  ���Wt-tjWW*!*!  IjiV.i,!   V.-.  ��� iltll WW* Willi  Uboral Platform,  1. All contributions to campaign  funds to bo opcu for publlo lnip**oUoo  at tiny time, and th** ose to which tfiey  aro put to bo clearly iodlc��led.  2. The appointment of a non-part!-  still olvi) service commission to taalte  ail appointments to both outside fcnd  Ijiildo scrvico.  3. Tho abolition of patronage lo  ovory form, all purchase,* , to be made  in tho open market and on regular  busiuofis terms.  ���1. Tlio publication of a regular  tpiartcrly bulletin, glvtving full detail*  of all monies expended by the govern-  mont.  ft. Wo agree to ask for a commission  to Invetatlgate tho affairs of tho pro  vinco that tho real facts way ho known  und tho hands'of the government lift  free to restore tho cradit of the pro*,  vinco and develop its greatl'resouroes  for tho boncllt of tlo people.  0. Wliorov*. the findings, of this  cot.ilN.iion show that tho resources of  tin. ,4 -ovhioo have been alienated by  fn 1, to take Httoh stops as shed, restore them to the people while protecting tho innocent investor.  ,  7. Tho encouragement of agrl-  otiUuturo by loans on easy terms, by  imiklug accessible aolcntlfla information  as to tiio nature of tho soil and ollmatio  and other conditions of each reffton,  tho encouragement of co.operatlon nnd  by ovory legitimate means to make  rural lifo.au attraotlvo ami profitable  rwi pottjlble.  8. The development of mines,  forests and other great natural re-  .lourcen of tho province by oiicouragltif  tho actuai producer and making' m  dltllcult and unprolitublo the aotlvUies  of tho more exploiter and spooulatlre  investor.  D. Tho Improvemtmt 'of the oon*  dltlons of the working classes by doing  all possible to a*tturo a reasonable  wage, fair working' conditions tind  decent ���viirroundlngs for all classes of  labor, providing for compensation for  the Injury or death of tho worker and  lulling Hitch Ktops as shall eliminate  tlto suffering now falling upon th*  workers lu Union of flmmolsl depression. *     '    ��� ���  10. Local option for tho control oJ  tho lit.uor trafllo,  )1. Ki'iin! uuifrago for men and  women,  1'^, Tho fair and Impartial enforcement of tho law.  13. Tho protootlon of Innocent -Is-  vestors by rigid Inspection of all com-  pantos,  14. A rigid und Impartial enquiry  into tho llnunoiai position of the P.O.E.  und Ca.N.P. railways and the disposition of the mouoys alrosdy prorlded,  and if necessary Iho government fcs>  take over the roads and complete theua  In tho Interims of tho people rather  than to continue tho present jwlley.  **|MBS)WMtW.S>lWeslrt   '  iMWitBr��*,|iW'Mwe^  ^nmfmtnmmvmr  rzrffxsxsmzxEmsx  Tt  B. C. Land Suryeyor and Civil EnSlneor  Offlees:   Carntoor  Block, Port   AllxsrnI  y Phone ��7  Civil and .Mining ISngliieor  and  Provincial Laud Surveyor  Alb-sral '.    .-!'     ' B. O,  Artistic Photography  In All  its  Brunches.  Tho New  Studio,  next to the  Lord-Jj*s��t Building, is now  Equipped for BuniuesH  LandflcapcH, Portraltis, Groupn  and  Commorcial  Work  Dt-refepitg end rHntitij hi Atnntcurs  fietsrtt. Framing  ���i " ,    . '  '   J.    CLEGG, -'.  yiieiWS.*IISISlWSWT<MSlMl ���WlieWIMirii^ SI  K, P.  .;  The somi-iinntuil election of ollicert*  of .SoiiKot Lodge Knights of Pythins  was held hist .Thurwiay night and ro-  *tulied in tho election of tho_ following  to Hcrve for the t';n*nting term:  a a, f. a. uoxV1' v,' o. a, n. Misho��v  l>relme, It. Vonutilos; K. of H. fi S.;  .S.Cook; -M. of l'\, A. Keeue; M. of K,  A. 1.1. Wood; ������ M.-.of W.i K..M. Wbytet  M. iit'A., A. LeHluiic; 1'ti., \V, Kon-  d��lIf, and O. G., K. G. llurlolgli.  '.Mi*. A. Knoon, has boon appointed  District Deputy.0. C, for the current  year.  L*mberg.  Vienna, Jum* 2!H.* Lomborg is practically Ktirroundod and 'ih'Is Imminent.  ��m>  Dealer In  ��k,\-,��.,it.'ik.i..i; A4J*.,*-ii-^*a-:)jf��-W,j(*^W;,F-i*��.v.-*l:,-fV^  Building and Rooling Papor  Limo, Bricks and Cement  Alberni  Phone 29  R 0. Box 9  b. a  kaWfaaaWfflM.  .im. ikki..M��a.k4a*..kkk��iik���r.*rki.  '.SSSSliSSXSSSSStBS&SS  Bricklayer and Mason  Plastering and Cement  mtmmamw  Auctioneer THE ALBEKNI ADVOCATE.  IlKilfUffllH  In all sizes for Men and Boys  From 50c. up.     We Invite  Your  inspection.  Waders for Ladies and Children  EL Holt   ....  Alberni, B.C.  Ladles' Home Journal Pattern'* it i way a In stock  Good Qualities and Designs  Regular Price 25e. and 30c. per yard.    Clearipg  at 17 l-2c. per yard, 6 yards for $1.00  THIRD AVENUE  PORT ALBERNI  TAILORED CLOTHES for MEN  We have just received our Spring und  Summer samples.    Your inspection invited.   Fit nnd style guaranteed.   Prices  FROM $20 UP.  PERSONAL POINTERS  Mr. it. Kuplum-lty, of lite il, For-  clmmer Company, Ntimttim, wits. in  town during tho week looking after  his vi louts in tho optical lino, lie will  make regular ylnii*. to Alberni during  the Summer.  Mr, 1*. Miles returned from it vlf.lt  to Victoria this week. lie report**  that tho lumber busilue,-.:* is hitntlletip.  pod for want of vessels lo curry the  product of tho mill.*, to the imai'liots of  ���South America, and olr-t'ivlieit*, where  the market is really good,  MJns 1<\ Miles is over from Washington for tho .Summer hollihiy.  Mrs. Da H, Hlddoll ln���vl*iiting fr!oudn  in Victoria.  I.uv. Father Wood, of Victorltt, held  .several wervicoti In tho Catholic 'Church  during tho week.  Mr. Q, F. Prltohard, inanager of Iho  Alberni Hrnnch of the Hank of Montreal, Imv been assigned to a position  at Holland, and loft for that city on  Thiii'mlity morning of thl�� week. Mr.  I'rlohatil o^proHtics his regret ut leaving Allien)!, nndcnrryti with him the  very bout wMio** of tin*entire community for his hiicoohh in hit- new Hold,  Mr. .1. L. Noble, Secretary of the  Vancouver island Klro L'tiderwrltorn  AMioclttilon, was In town during the  wook for the purpose of in*.pecting tlto  iocnl water H,vnu*tn, and tire conditions  generally.  Wo aro iiloitHotl to bo able to nrinoiiiieb a ndlmaloii in pile-1  on Wheat and Flour.    Wi* carry  ROYAL HOUSIOHOLD KIVM UOSKS PURITY  KOMN HOOD       OLI-iiNOKA "     PKAlMl'J PR1DK  8NOH'Kl,AKlC WJIOLB WHKAT        OKAHAM   am!  : . .<        RYK h'LOUU  i^w.i^  Ofllce Phono L'Jfi  A. PAUL, Manager  Has., U2fi  Trait Jars       fruit Jars  MASON QTH.  ...  UUIIIIlSIl HINt>.  IKki. per don.  flu. per do/.,  1'A HA WAX  MASON PINTS .  1'X'ONOMV LIDS,  ,  I6o. por lb.  ".7rw, per dm..  .. Uflc. por dor,  Glenora flour, 49lb. bag, Saturday only, $1.90  The Busy Store On the Busy Corner  "ZZiSfc&StimiM*   '  *>~i*T+f.<~*u**+?r*s  CA MP BEL I & MA CFIE  Motion Hloofc, Alberni  Phono HI  Writ Ave., Purt Alberni  Phono 7,'*}  *a,taittkVtUSSl'*kti*iM-MIH*j*'^^  i.i.kHk..,iiiiiin,i,�� unfm  CHILDHKN'S HOMPI'.US    CHILDHK-N'H WASH DUKSSKH  HOY'S OVKHALLS       HOY'S WASH SUITS       .   ,.  eniLMU'.N'H HOSIC, In Tim, Hlnok or Wliiti*  UniLUHKN'K HATS     .    ..  CHILDKICM'S THIMMKIa HATS  LAIHKH' SILK HUSK, Sfic., .'I pairs  HOLKPKOOK HOS1KUY, Chlldi'itm.  HOLKlUtOOP HOS1HHV, Women*  'liULKI'MtUOK.IIpHlKltV.'MoiiH''  NKW HlViiSS (JOODS NK\v HOOTS   -too.  .: .Mo. lotji.ir*  - ,,4.10.  .,     ..  .'.    ,   l),*K!.  .   loo,  ...   25c. wifJJ.Od  ��� l.ttG'  ,   , . 91,-4X1  2.1e. mid 36c.  , Jltle. toiS-i.W  , .,- 2fto.to7oo.\  N.-.W CJ,t>TUiN(J  (Saturday Only)  QLKNOHA PLOUH ...,........;. ..,','. ..'.-."'..  NICE JUICY CHANGES, pur dox,, ..,,.'  C, A. jl. Black Currant Vinegar....  C. fi li. Ha.splierry Vlnegiir.. ...-.,  Yacht Club Hft-tpberry VJoogar .,.'.;..'   Chuappos Cordials... ....,...��� ...,.,'   ., n.w  ,..'.. .,,2Co.  ..........'..2fw,:  .,'.:..;..,'.'250.-.  -..;,; 2i)C,  .:.,���,.��� -J0o,  Dominion Day Sports..  Tho commit!oo having In charge the  uolobrnilou of Dominion Day have  drawn up it prograiutmi of spun a for  children of all tiger* under 10, for both  boy** und girls nnd uti thut romaim* is  for the general public ito contribute  the necestury fundi, to tmil.e tho day a  big sucoo.s-ti, Thoro will bit-jumping,  running uud Kivlnimlng micom. If *tiiili*  clout fund*) are provided tt few water  i-ipon*) will be lidded. Thorn wlii lie  no printed progrumme, Intl. (lie -.port*  will begin ��t 2 o'clock in the afternoon  at the Kiixiit'k-iUH bridge,  Thmit* who wlhli to com i'l bit to may  do so hy Honing either C. M, Plnco or  K. M. Whyle,  On Decli/  R oiling round ilii* M'ction  0 f Vancouver Itdiiiid, and olmorvlng  C oudliloiis, it Ik to be noted that  II owever (.low thing* may be,  E specially in tint way of roitdy audi,  8 till Albt*rnl in bidding it** own  T ono extent ihut Is really gratifying,  K nabled to molie by tlie fuot that  ROCHESTER Iri Mill on deok.  ":   ���   wltli." ���  ���spring lamb, veal, pork, hoof and homo  made tuuungo, a few of which  have  escaped Ute ninth. ���  Tlie Well-known and Old fctabluhfld Grocer*, Mm and fr��duc�� iMerchinls  OUAPKPHUIT  OHAN^iKS      ,           IJIIS'l'LI-aaMONS  LOCAL STHAWMI'.HHIKS  LOCAL CHKHltllCS   NI.W POTATOKS   KftKSli TOMATOICS    ,,  . - 3 for,., .���.���.,..,.. 25o,  perdoit.  , *IOc��� ;i0o., 2<5o.  perdoz ���. jiin,  , at lowetit market (irlco  , at lowest market rrloo  at lowest market price  at lowest, market price  L1MK AND QIIAPK'JUIUK, PINlOAPPLl*. SYHUP Ktc-  Victoria Quay Store, Phone 38  Argylc Street Sim, Tknt UB  on  Lcmbtsrg Foils.  London, Juno 23.���Lemberghntt boon  captured after a llorco battlo accortllng  to a report from tho Austro-Hungurlaii  headquarter.,.  pecial Combifiation flift'er:  ONK SACK GL'LSNOItA FLOUH..,.  U0-LIJ. HAG HKST B. C, SUGAR  Adjusting Insurance,  Mr. S'hailoiuis, of Vancouver, who  represents tlio '.In.turanoo comp'ttnlos'  who had losKoa 0wiiig to. tho ; recent  liroH, wus in Alberni -thi* wook adjusting the busim-MM. Ho llxed thlng.-i up  without ���dlt.lculty, and so far as can bo  learfioil thoro will be no delay , in the  Until settlement.  Tho buses on Presbyterian Church  will bo paid In full its well iiii thos't^on  the ManHo. Tlie other.*! will bo wljustod.  prorata.  We are offering a range of boys'  sample two piece washing suits  at prices from 50c. to $1.00 per  suit, These cannot be repeated  at the price.  , ��� "���"*kt*JT-^��k^*��jki��.3,i  For Treason.  Capo Town, Juno 22, ���Convicted  of  treason, yesterday (Jonerni DeVVot wax j  sentenced at  Hloomfonton to Mx yeait*  imprlsoumoiit, and a line of $I0,(KX).  Can now supply prdors for First Class  Imkf of Minds, Shin  *        ' -    ���'    ���     ��� ' '. ' ���*  Local OiHlers will rocolvo special attention.  les, 1c.  ���KiKKBr;  aaVHUaUaallaatktV.'  Oftll;at tbo Mill on tho Scotch. Sottlomoni Houd, or Phone  or wrlto to tho Mrumjror  Fhon�� .'R49.  S3* ii  mMm*dt*mmtmxm  wmmttiwrfuirwmiittumMif*  *wmo4f*mu<i  .WftntltHllwtrriff  Msntsiaar  You got a Square Deal from  our Aavertiserfl

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