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 [/���������������������������  ~s.  'A  V  ,/  *.     '     I   ��������� ��������� **      f  /f  o  IP*.  Oevoted Especially to the Interests of Curriberlond and Surrounding District.  ,.\ ' . fti^4*rtsCl������VU������'^'.Vjr������ita*lft"^ '  Tttii Nkws, Twknty Fikst Ykak '  CUMBERLAND   B. C, WEDNESDAY,   APRIL 28 toyi5  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A Y*KAR  ,.*t;>^..*a.* v**rta������JCi������  "owwnm-iuu W> &������..<-v"X������T  N EW  SPRING ��������� GOODS-  Very special in Ladies' House Dresses, made of good quality gingham in  fawn and blue shades.  A Leader at. $1.50 each  CO&LISti   FEDERAL   ELECTION.  -  ������������������na aim iiaag������a-nn*fm  N e w C re p e Cloths," i n   D ol 1 y Va rd e n  designs,     [list the  latest for dresses  and* waists.  Price.20c, yd"  V  :a  t -  La die  es  *  Cloth Punips, in all sizes.  Special at,$1.95 a pair  -���������������-  For a few days we will place on sale a'  o'ood assbrti-ricnt   of   Ladies', Skirts,  regular prices to $6.50.  Special price $2/50 see them  Always   remember    our Leader  Corsets at 95c a* pair .  in  HOLY Til IN IT V CHURCH.  A Siiln of Work will hu held on  Tnesdiiy, Mn.y I81I1, at,  3 "p. "'������������������ i"  !ho     Cumberland ' Hull' (kindly  Je!!!;' [',)!" tlio occasion )  S;a!h. ol" Fhiiey and plain work,  luum-iiiade edibles, Candy, etc,  A I'tei'iioon tea   and  wii!I ho  sewed,  1 I'll    CIVH1I1  FOR SALE CHEAP���������A  Good Piano. Makers; I vers  ���������it Pond, Boston. Apply W.  ��������� 1'. \\'hiu:, Canadian Bank, of  Commerce.  Tlie Cooperative moat market,  wiw tutored bv u side window on  Frid iy nij.flif, mid :t quiuitity of  f^jis, butter, bacon and hirtl  Ptnkii, There it: iii* yet no duo to  tlie tliie.f or thieves.  ��������� .- -.<������... ������������������  Win. Stewart, of Vancouver,  inspector of tho Sun Lifo Ahsur.  111 ifti ('<���������., mid Tims. HikIhoii. of  Union l'.ni, ircm-'nil u<iont. for Co.  niox Distrirl, h|uMil ' Hiivi'i'nl days  Hi tow 11 ln>l Week ill tin* interest*  nl tlieir eoiiipiiny. This was Mr.  Slownrt's lirst visit tn tlwdihtnei  its  ilisjiettlwi'.  Tho Naramattn I'ihle CI as?, of  St. George's. Prifijbyteniurchiiruli,  willjnive a Social Rally Meeting  in tlio..c!i nreli. on' Suiidny, 'Mny  2nd." Short addresses will h\j delivered by Hews. Elliott, llebd nnd  Mr, Webster. Appropriate music, i neludbig un anthem and solos will he {riven by the uhoir.  Tho chair will bo taken hy Dr.  11. K. iWaoNaiighUm. Organist,  0. Panihniii; Loader. C. Edit'iirds,  A cordial invitation is extended  to everybody.  .1. N. Mi'Li'oii is to ho jirovin*  (dul ^uper-iuteudetit of roads for h  portion of Comox Dislriet. Mr.  M(.'Le,,d expects to cuunieiiou his  duties on M'iy 1st.  ���������<t������-  . The annual meeting uf tho C, i\s  U. Hospital Hoard was held in  tlio Coiinoil Chambers on Saturday evening, with Viee-President.  Willard in tho ebiiir. After ihe  reports of tlm secretary and treasurer Imd been read, tlie election  of ollicei's und di reel or* for the  ensuing your took place, with the  following result: President. W,  Willard; Vice-President, T. lieii-  nett: Seerotai'V, K. PieluinJ;  Triiisiirer, (!.   Pnriiliaiii,  Directors,   T,  Ihowii, T.    liie.kle  lt seems very probable that the  Federal   elections   will -he   held  within   the    next   ninety   day*.  Four years liavu brought   about a  ureal- clnuigo in tho  political   sit"  nation.    For  ii.stance,   tho   ''No  Truck and   ]S'o  Trade   with   the  Yankees'' cry bus   been "silenced  forever and a  day.    The patriotism of somo Tory friends, has been  neutralized to a   marked   extent.  In the foithconiiii"; elections it  is  likely that tho   people   will    vote  more or less ni1 the issues at. stake.  They^vill vole,*as shareholders in  a   large , co-operative,    company  would be likely to  vote���������for "the  host interests of the business,  ���������  Since the war ''broke   out   the  Yankees who were before, regard  ed by sumo crazy loyal   Canadians  us honied devils, have shown thai  ���������jjiev .-ne Ne-i-11 of   our   flesh   and  blood of our blood?   For instance,  l heir steel mills at.   iJetlileheni are  open to our purchasers  of  munitions of war,    "When   Old   John  Hull stepped .into tbe   market   at  New   York some   weeks   ago   he  m.ide   a   few     purchases'   which  started  tlie   stocks   all   over   the  U'ni'ed Stated to . soar.    Woodrow  Wilson's   attitude   toward _ Herr  Benistorff proves   more   or   less  that tho Yanks   are  our   friends.  Tlie State of Washington   shipped  more horses over to Kitclmer  than British Columbia has motor  cars Loyal oil" Dick McBride  worshipped,at the_feet   of money-  ���������Tis ���������* ~t  = ��������� ��������� "***"" ���������"���������=������������������������  kleviis of'Nnw Yoik   aiul    prayed  relief for bis loyal old P,  and   G.  E., .which is slippiiifr  slowlv   info  the    I'Yaser    River.     And     Dick  lio light Iwo cross-eved submariiies  from   1 he   Yiiiik>   who   run    the  .shipyards, at Seattlu.     Vancouve"*  floaii'd   her   last    loan   in   New  York,  Over on ��������� the   battle .front   iu  Europe the blood of a IV>\v of the  sons of Liberals is, mixing -wiih  the blood oJ; tbe sons of our good  Tories. For when the Empire  calls wo.Canadians draw no- party  lines. _  At Ottawa a few of the alleged  sons of good old loyalist families  have been sillinu' boots for Can-  udiaii so-diiTS, which upon the  feet of the men caused more torture than the tniimb screws of the  inquisition, Theso sumo loyalists have been traflickiug iu old  skates of hordes so   burnt out. that  TAILOR-MADE TO MEASURE  ... . CLOTHING ../  We Solicit Your Order For Your New ������>prin������ Suit  Good Style Perfect   Kit Guaranteed  A Large Selection ol Samples   to choose from  SPECIAL in Men's Two-piece  Summer Suits  Newest Styles in Men's High Crown   Boater  Shape  STRAW HATS  LADIES'  AND .  MEN'S  TENNIS SHOES  ���������MM  The Cumber land  Boy Scouts will ' parade to; the Methodist  Church next Sunday  evening 'at 7 o'clock  The, Pastor and officials extend a. hearty  invitation toother boys  also, to join with, the  members of the congregation in this special service.  SMOKEll  IK  [  1    ������������  II  ���������������������������       .X '  1...I  ll  plioiiea'itu  Journal!'  ol ��������� Tlm Jjieihng  It was a hard liifor  i,nd spicy whilo it lusted. Mr.  Mm tin no doubt rwilizen that it h  ii������ easy u jitfir Ui niecossfully fi"  1 am" a i������ v\'S|iipoi" theft! hard  (hues.  Hiii- of   'h '   t lu-st    iveit.'itiuiiP  I >il IIKS,      ,101111  .lollll    Cilll'H-  pie. >l. N. McLeoil, K. I lender,  son. T. Iliekle und >I, llrown  aro tlio government reprusonin-  tivuri 011 the board. Mr. (J. \\\  C-linton occupied the chair dur  iim' the election of oliicers.  Mrs, A, II,   I'eacev   and   Miss  \i    ���������      ���������*       "   ���������' '   *       c        1  Alarum  i eiia".    jell,   on   ouiin'uit>  inoriiing ior \'tiiic.onver,  lUKTrt���������At   Cuinbejiii)id,.iui  Ttic-'-ihv. Ani'fl  \',7th    in tlu< wife  of .lolin Lewis. 11 son,  'I he liny burn >('  the' Cftiindiitii  Collieries at the Y, was dei-troycd  .'���������al we have 1h-i rd   in   Ctimb''i  jbyn  J .'in  iii;i: I'lveii  I;  re 1, 1 Monthly afternoon  1 hey could not do buttle with n  bale of 1111 v.    Tory heelers robbed  f aV  the Covoi'liuieut ofs hundreds ' I  thou.-iinds of dollars on the hor-e  purchases, Sam Hughes went in-  to the imiiist,'plufo iiiauiifiictiiring  biioMKiss, Sam mny be expected  to ridu into the next Federal uf"  fray mounted on one of the old  chargers, with ,oim of his , own  hioiift.philos 011 his client.  The money wasted oil Major  MeSpuddon's drill hall in Gram),  view would have kept it great  number of ttie homehss wise.,  and families of bume of our soldiers for a great; many months,  Tne failure of the   Govni-iiinent. in  llrhish Columbia is typical nl i's  ,. .,        -       1 ,       , ���������������  i,0|lii': !���������' "iiii'i     k.-.ll|iiu/i./i crlnlr .  (Mr Ivnb'U'L lior'irn'x lullnwi'iK  have pro veil thnt they are great  spender!', About the only good  tiihiir liiat cairbe t^'iid of them 1-0  lui' as Vancouver i>. eonceiiiei! is  that tlmv have built or have promised to    luiibl    in.my  ���������TherC nmlierhi ud���������hi beral-A-sso31-  ciatiou will bold a Smoker in the  Cumberhnfd Hull on (Thursday  evening, April 2{Jlh, at S o'clock.  A hearty invitation' is* extended to  all "members and friends to attend.  Special programme lw the occasion.    Admission 25 cents.  The J3ig Store is being painted,  which will be a deci'loti' improve"  incut to the,outside appearance of  tho building.  The \lti\'6<J. W. Willinmeoii,  General Secretiny B, C. Sunday  School Association, and J, S.  Henderson,   Secretary   for I),  C.  As we aie likely to have,a Do  minion Election at'au eailv date  and previous to .the provincial,  upon the ���������; well-grounded belief  that the latter will prove a Waterloo for the Conservatives, - the  Hon. Sir Richard McBride lias  agreed to postpone his, as their  defeat would disastrously affect  Hon. J.Ir. llordou's chances of  re-election, it is therefore 'well  that our readeis should understand die very serious position  that    the   Conservatives    have  brought upon Canada, by their  general policy, especially as ,; regards "their pretended so-called  War Taxes.  -^-Sir-Edmund-^-falkerr-President of the -Bank of.. Commerce  and chief financial adviser ol" the  Borden government, also a  strong Conservative, speaking re  cently at Toronto said with' em  phasis, "it was the duty of eveiy  Canadian, man, woman und  child, to exert 'textra industry  and strict economy in every detail ol life; nothing should he  bought or built that was not abs  olutely necessary, for iu the  years to come we shall be bend  ing our backs to a* taxation such  such as in this country which  has been singularly Uco from  taxation, we have never   known  of tho Social   nnd  Moral   Jtefonn , befbre-so ai,so will our cii.i.  Department of tho "Presbyterian  church, will be in town next  Tuesday, May 4-rh, in the intor-  e.-ls of their special departments.  Both men will speak on Sunday  school work, iu the Methodist  church, in tho afternoon, and  both on the question of the Drink  Trull'ic, in the IVesbvteriun  church in the evening, The people of Cumberland lire invited and  urged lo give theso excellent  speakers���������exports in their lines,  a strung rally and ftgoud hearing,  it will be eniiroly to their own  ..dvantage to do so, An offering  will bo uiken.  NKW OliANUI": I.OIK.K  lutelu'tier Loyal Oi'iiugu Loilge  was urgaiiized u'. Union Ba) on  h'riday night by tlm provincial 'U'"  gunizer, .1, \V, V/liltcley, ussirtcd  t������Y County Mii*-"ir (I,   Muub uud  .   i-,l-|,i.^   , 1 , ,,!������ ' I 'j.t I',' 11,,        fs\\    1    I,,.I   n,      w ������������������   ���������  1 1     '���������   . "��������� 1  ,.i.i>(    m'.K       Cmi ,1 il.ll.        a ><('  lowing ollicei's Mcru elected:  W. M.-I'iml Murray  I). M. ��������� f). Diiiiimii  Chap.���������Alex, Mct'iilioch  1-*0R      GHNKKATroXS    TO  This was a verv solemn  !'-,!  U������  ,n:, Sec,��������� 11   (jliiver  DRKN  COM K,  and prophetic warning, especially coining from a staunch Couse  rvative in face of a near election  which has already fallen upon  us in the new taxation imposed  by the Borden government We  cannot mail a letter, get a post  oflice order, receive money, ride  on a steamboat or u railway  train, except we pay a tax on  each and all, .t,o say nothing of  the raised tariff of '/-j per cent  with the additional higher prices upon practically eiierything  we wear, eat or use, and the in  tcrcsts will see that the higher  prices includes a profit on the  extra tariff. ���������. Then, there is the  lisc of 5 per cent British Tret'ei-  eiice, a deiibeiate and dastardly  blow at Great Britain's trade,  who not only is pioteciing n.s  fiom the Iiomois of Belgium and  Ml ���������     I 1 rt '        ' i . ''  tiil.Oi.i   |J<    dk,i   iil'Ck.,   witl  .(..ililii)  lcm ns $i i,o,000,000 hard ca.^h  to pay the subsides we voted as  our shattf of the cost of this war.  We ask our re.uiers how, bavine  been lent every cent of the  atiikiunt voted, is  it  possible   to  made out of the purchases made- '  by their supporters," had  it   not-  been for these there   would   not-  have been anv need for  the ex  tra taxes at nil event*; un'til  we-  began to lepay tbe loans lent us,  bad the Bordfri governmeMt car ���������  ried on the business of the country 011 the  economical   lines ' of  Sir Wiltred LaurieYs adniinistra-  tiou.    The.expenditure for 1912-  the first year of tne conservative.;  rule, was ^33,2-3.1.000; \u    1916,,  the estimates have risen, to ?|9.  979 000'���������uot a cent of which is  for.the war.'   The new taxes are.  not war taxes, but to  cover-am ���������  ougst other'things  which  prove������������������"  the extravag������iit cost of the purchases m.-ide by the conservative,  e-s-r���������T-iiey���������allowcd-^-Sir-Fvr-Mc������������������  Bride to buy two submarines-for-  which ,he paid $r, 150,000. These':,  were built for a.South American,,  govt for $750,000 who would not  -take  them   over   because, they  were not built according to   the-  contract; usually when an artic- -  le is found to  be deficient, , the  maker is glad to get anything, he-  can for it-    Then   why  did   Sit-  Richard give 8400,000 more than  contract price ?   Tins  will  absorb   540,000.000 in war stamp*-  that   we   have   to   buy.    Theu  they bought   ������90,000  worth   of  field   glasses,    the   ptofit upon  which  was some $12 per   glass;  so we have to buy and  pay  for  for i,aoo war   stamps  for every  pair of these ovei ihe fair price.  Then Powell, a drug clerk furnished 67,200 field  dressings   on  which he received a profit of 3 Ij  per cent instead of a trade profit  of 5 per runt,��������� IWdl a'.sn supplied IlJJ,  103 woi'tlj el ii'fidiciil "iippliis wlmll  could |i,ive bi-'cn bunnhi fer ^0 lo 60 per  ������������������{���������nt rlicapi'l" in t!u> iiKirkot  Tlie innior truck pnicliasi', die story  ol which is 1101 jet complete n> sunpn������cit  tn h-j $5(Ki 'i 1 ruck more iriau .lliey cniiid  h.ivi' linen limi^lit for.  Tl)(.'n iliuic are tin* sli^m shoes Kiif"  pl'u'il wliicli "iir brave murv who ar*  1'isinj,' lil'f and limb tiijlil and left, iv our  clefuiiM! hud in wrap clollis irinrid wlirn  iliev went walking, ll������ soles uf whirh  tliny Ivid u> ri'plarc villi (ihiin'li".; one.  holdier lesiifiL'd dial lliey wore, tlinniyli  iilicn lit' 'UK's'led Ilia l;i({ loe.  These nro boine of die ihini,'< we hiifr  tu buy uliimps for, and iliev are vomrneA..  (1 ������f- by the Audiioi-deiieiMl uf Otuiwu.  Think nf them, 1101 011U whrn you licU  tl.i* Miimps, but when ymi .murk your  ballot,  Inmuad of stamps ,11 'in nneu pav\  ivi'idd il not have lircn l*Uei tu put one  in i.tii iiiin.i mi irtiiij ,iiiu i..itiglii (be \.,  I, iv , H-i-i "Hi li i\,, tin' .nn.1 til.' -.(/cinl'  a'.nc. ^(Uicr.ill) ivliouo'v c>i.ipe (he laud  i.i*C3 \\\\i\k \\\c oi dinar,' i.iimii .uui  nrtiif-'nol lui->  Iind   llieu   I .i.e.-.  ioriiiiitf  ll'MVflVA .ll'-'   '  iJill.W������h,  'III  Tr.-a>  -IJ  Al-  naio.s  they havi'd.iiic udihiii}. to tli'vcl.ip!     Lvct.,   -A. ti,  llntter  it,  v-..ii:.tr\  I),  W,l,  ���������k.  'lliu'.t at il������' M- limdiit  '>' Jfiio^i- J10 .' lo do i|.  f������n  .Mailib I'ruiVii,    nf   the   R"Val  i>nd  that lluirii   liiiid-ia    liiiyht    b#  enl;.-taiitiv   io fit <1   '.till,   niil''ni.i'j  CulliniiU*''-:     t.'''i    \    lbnilh, .1,  ail the  new taxes,   war    lavs /  Thi.v evit.iiulv are iml,  imr an-  Our   Cat  l.'il'l.ill  I  i<\.  pur   up iv.  graiid li;b'.    I" 1 ��������� ��������� 1.1 .��������� 11 .-ui', ' fnii^f.  iiitii- n ."     Whi f "i-r ilniib;ed il J  ihf\   iilU'nil  '.ll   tl  ������'^;u   tiiw.n.i^ ii  it*  .Mol-  nr,,uir  (i  1 >*i u  jure on u ��������� 1-  fl  IK'OK.  it.  1 1'! -lU-l  V  iillVrr t'  >i  \\\\\ 1,  V ii  I ll' UlU'iii  a in.  ; ro-.'. of the war. but ate slmpU  to envoi Up '.���������imisci vative w.i;.tc.  Jul I'.'vUi.v.iginCf, and   tlio  gi.iit  Tin; Map]? I.e.u I'lieH'i  i.i  Maccabees' Concert in  Juno. Watch for Postora i-S^r^-t^T^^  i  THE    KEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    &"C.  TusUear  Wat,  Tout  For Christmas.  \   A Beautiful and Useful Gift  ' Sold cit the Best Stores        ''"*  SuMtHtel' l. E. Waterman Componr. Limited. Montreal      ������oo*''/ <"������  ���������'' " ��������� ' ' ' ' ' ^ v ' n > > y ^ - ������ > / / / / ti, f(,,,,,,,,.,  Request.'  i i i i 'i i 11  Mothers are glad to  see the children enjoy  Cowan's Perfection  Cocoa, because they  know it is so good for  them.-  Pure Cocoa is rich -  in food' value and is so  easily digested. '       %%  " Made in Canada."  Q,"uarier-"])ouivd  fialf-pound &~  one-pp\ii\dtms  Study History In the Making  ��������� The educational value o������ the great  war is" not going to be lost sight of  la Ontario. Tlio minister of education has decided that tlie schools of  the province shall devote attention  during tho present year to the causes  of hostilities, and reasons why the  British empire is taking :>art. This  will bo done by directing that tho subject shall form part of tho history  courses In all grades of the school to  Lo given In Intelligent stud'es and by  questions not only in the departmental examination, but also iu the school  promotion examinations.  "I want you to understand," said  young Spendor, "that I got my money  tiy hard work,"  "Why, I thought It was left to you  by your rich uncle."  "So it was, but I had hard work  to get it away from the lawyers."  T tniHt you gavo tho lion's shuro  or your npplo to Johnnie.  Yob���������Liens don't eat npp]js.  oiiLYMJeT  GIRLVERY SICK  TeJli How She Wag Made  Well by Lydia E.Pinkham's  Vegetablo Compound.  New Orleans, La.���������"I talco pleasure  I in writing theso linos  to express my gratitude to you. I oin  I only 10 yearn old und  ; work in a tobacco  factory, I have  linen a very nick girl  but 1 havo improved  wonderfully ninco  taking Lyriin K.  I'inklmiii's Varolii-  bio Compound and  am now looking fine  and ffiolliiK a thousand times butter."  ���������MlSB A MB MA JAQUn.WKIJ, SOCl To-  houpitoulftH St, Now Orluaim, La.  St Clnlr, riv.-"My mothur vwau  alarmed hucatiao I was troubled with  suppression and had pains in my back  nnd nido, and BPVero hondaelius. I had  yimpies on my luce, my cumpluxion was  ���������aliW, uiy ������.'(.<.���������[> tr.'t,j Ji.-ii,;r!it.-.l, I !i;,J  nervous spells, was very tltvd nnd huJ  bo ambition. I/ydia E. I'inlchnm'H V%'-  artnbln Compound has work.'d like a  chnrm in inycn.'ionrid hnn repilntnd mo,  J v'0!'l("'1  I" 1 '"IU  Ttmirnr Imnilni'l'i nf  pirlB ������nd liavo recommendi'd your modi*  clno to mnny of thorn."���������Misu Ehtkma  Maguiuk, lip Thwlntf St, St.Cluir,Pu.  Thero is nothing thnt teaches more  than oxporlonco. .Therefore, such lot-  tori from girls who havo suiTurod nnd  m/era restored to bfmlt,li hy Lydia E.  "f'lnkhnm's Vefretttblo Compound should  lie aluuuun ti) otliura. Thu same remedy  .5 within reach of all,   ,j  U yon want sppxlnl ailTlcp. -write to  lydia li. I'liibhom Medirlnn fo. (ronfl.  <IftntlttI) Lynn, Maw. Your lelfer will  1������* opened, nuiil mul answered by a  woman and Ju'lil In ittrict confldimcr.  Bagpipes  Cheereil   Highlanders  A ��������� very interesting account of rs-  cent fighting near La Uasseo has  been furnished by 'a French officer  accompanying, the  Allied  forces.  "At all costs it was necessary to  create a diversion in order to give  our gunners a chance of crossing the  zone of fire," ho said.  "The general commanding the Brit-  ' Ish forces claimed for his troops tbe  honor of leading tho attack. Then  wo saw the Scotch advance from our  left wing. Without a, moment'a  hesitation they plunged into, the hail  of shell.' Without suffering great  losses, they approached nearer and  nearer to ��������� tho great guns. They  stopped an instant to fixe bayonets,  and then thoy charged to tbe sound  o������ their beloved .bagpipes.  "They charged liko Sir Walter  Scott's heroes, with tholr glengarries  and dancers' skirts. Neither ditches  nor barbed wire stopped those wonderful warriors. Their dash, carried them right up to tho guns, striking down tlio frightened artillory-  men.  "It was tho work of seconds only  to remove tho "breech blocks and thus  put tho huge Hold pieces out of action.  "Tlio whole affair lasted only ten  minutes."  French Thank Canadians  Establishment of Hospital for the  Soldiers is Deeply Appreciated  Hon. George Perley gave some interesting particulars regarding., the  French hospital which has been established through the liberality of the  Canadian government, who for some  timo back voted a hundred thousand  dollars for the purpose. The idea of  the Canadian" government at first was  to have a hospital in Paris for general  use, to be maintained by Canada, Tho  French government, however, represented that it would not be convenient to have a hospital In Paris. Accordingly Canada decided to vote  twenty thousand pounds for its establishment wherever suitable 'for the  French authorities. The hospital Is  now established at Dinard, aud is in  full working order, under tho direction of Dr. Ducworth Barker, receiving  tlie wounded of all branches of the  allies daily. Philip Roy, Canadian representative to Franco, and M. Del-  casse, foreign minister, has . asked  Colonial Secretary Harcourt once  again to express "tlio> thanks of the  French governmen*. to the Dominion  of Canada for their liberality.  "When a mother, detects from the  writhings and fretting of a child that  worms aro troubling, it, sho can procure no better remedy than Miller's  Worm Powders, which are guaranteed  to totally expel worms from the system. They may cause vomiting, but  this need cause no anxiety, because .t  is but a manifestation of their thorough work. No worms can long exist  where these Powders are used.  Mixed Farming  Farmers Are Becoming More Alive,to  the Possibilities of Raising Stock  Mixed farming, according to advjees  received,by the Canadian Pacific Railway, is now more than a fad���������it is  really spelling more dollars, greater  success and certainly in the future and "-- "���������" ������"& ouaucu m ooiiuig water  fixing the people into the soil in a way but after the tannin has been extract  that    the sine!*  rrnn* iviii' ������������.������>������. *~    *������' ������'������ ma->'    -" " ' J~  that tlie single crop"' will' never do.  The farmers are now alive to the importance of mixed farming, alike for  profit and the benefit of the country  generally. Men who,came to the country and merely wanted to,' stay for a  year or two, cared only for'the abundance of wheat they could grow. They  impoverished tho, land, but made  money. Then they cleared out, many  of them: Meantime the railway company went up and down the land  preaching the gospel of mixed farming. At first it war. ,not listened ,to.  Today mixed farming is becoming a  common practice with capital results  to everybody, according to the advices  Indicated. This extension 'of mixed  farming is having its economic-showing in the west in" the variety of production for the home market. This  m.arke.t-is-steadily^extending-by���������the-  introduction of manufactures. These  are nascent, for the employment on  the one hand, while on the other the  mixed farming gives to the industrial  population the1 bupplies .which otherwise would have to be ��������� found elsewhere. There is thus an equipoise set  up between the two which is mutually  beneficially. Most of tho cities and  towns in the west have their own manufactures, while' outside these towns  and cities one can find the mixed  farm raising stock and vegetables for  the industrial workers.  BREAD OF TUL'P BULBI  Acorns, Chestnuts, Peas   and    Beans  Hi.ve Also  Boon  Used for  t-"lour  Soon after the pressure of tlie war  began to bc felt in continental Europe,  it was reported tliat the people of  Holland were using'tulips for bread���������  that is, that they were grinding the  bulbs into Hour and baking loaves of  this. Bread has been baked of many  things tliat grow besides tulip bulbs.  The,use of potato flour is well known  in Europe, and it forms a part of tlie  soldiers' war bread^ of Germany and  Austria, not only because it is nutritious and well flavored, but because  when combined with wheat Hour it  lends a sort, of pormanency to the  bread which keeps- it from 'growi'ig  stalo as soon as it, otherwise would.  With tho remarkable development of  the banana growing industry and the  increase 'in tho consumption of this  fruit throughout a large part of the  world has come the proposal that the  fruit when dried can be ground into  Hour, of .which excellent bread may  bo made, lixperinients on a somewhat moro extensive scale than  laboratory operations have been carried out and it has been reported that  tl.ese have been successful.  It has been assumed by investigators of the subject that perhaps the  earliest form of bread was prepared  from beech nuts and acorns, and baked cakes of crushed acorns or acorn  meal have been eaten from inimemor  lal times by tho American Indians,  and are still eaten1 by some of the remaining tribes on the Pacific coast. In  the ethnological exhibit in the  National Museum figures of Indians at  work making acorn bread may be  seen, lt.is not the raw acorn that is  used. Everybody who has bitten into  a fresh acorn knows that the meat is  somewhat bitter, and that,-containing  a high percentage of tannin, it is do-'  cidedly astringent. The flour of  acorns is uniu to be oaten until it  has been long soaked in boiling water,  sweet,  I waa curod of terrible lumb'ago by  MINARD'S L1N1MHNT.  JtMV. WM. BROWN.  I was curod vt u bad case of oar-  ncho by MINARD'S UNIMBNT.  MRS. S. 1CAULBACK.  I wiir curod of sensitive lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMIONT.  MRS. S, MASTERS.  W. IM, U, 1032  The Latest Scouting Story  One of thu most diin^eruiiH dutios ..  Hciiui Ik called upon to piirl'iiriii In war  line Ih dint of nficurtiiiiiiiiB whotiuii'  Kim io pnrt'culiir poHitlon Ih or is not  occupied by the immny'H 1'orcon, Hvory  sooiil, hurt ills own inutliodK of worMng,  but tho flrtu thing ouch docs is gon-  untliy to athmipi to tnip tlm liidjjui  iiioi) lino botrnylng tholr i .mitlon,  Tlm (ithor dny u JH'UIkIi kcoiiI, who  hail boon u woll known iiiuu about  tr-vn, was told nf' to examine a lllllu  wood on llio right bunk of the ���������������������������.  ''  ii   mniil   I'nfU'tHVl   i "f|      (rtnrl      (i \\      \\\i\  iiHiuil iirtllli.'OB, iiicliidlii ��������� the boiiu-  wniit liirciiiibiiro ono oi prcu-iuiniK lo  gallop away In ulnriii, but In vain, Not  a (ionium xlimrnd lilniflolf. Vol our  gallant Hcout win, not hiiHhIUxI mid  Hiidiloiily ii bright though' Htruck lilm.  Ilo nrlvimroil n low iiiicoh iind, jingling  noun' lnoKi' hiivor m ins j ucKui,-ronroil  on l: '!  "Walter! Got mo a taxi!"  "VoHHlr! Curt'ify, Hlr!" enmo the  roply from hoiiio twenty or thirty Gor-  in it n Holdior-K. Voigci of habit hud  proved too mild, for bondfl of disclp.  Unit. '     ���������������������������!���������������������������  fomplotr! in itHolf. Mother Grnvfis'  Worm Exterminator does not require  tlio iiHHlHtuncfl of any othor medlclno  to make It effective. It does not fall  to do Its work,  What in it t'l'nt Bonn up the chlmne/  down and cornea down tho chimney  down, but will not go up tho chitnnoy  up or down the ehlinnny up.  On the Advice  of His Doctor  He  Used   Dr.  Chare's  Ointment  For  Protruding Piles With splendid  Results  Too often a doctor can only think  of an operation when askod for a  treatment for p os. Sor:o are sufficiently broad, minded to use the most  effective treatment avivilablo, which Is  undoubtedly Dr. Chase's Ointment, as  was proven In the case referred to in  this letter.  Mr, Simon E. Jones, Railway streot,  Invornoss, N.S., writes; "I have  found Dr. Chaso's Olutmont the best  treatment obtainable for protruding  piles. For three years 1 suffored  from piles, and was ndvlsod by a local  physician'to try Dr. Chase's Ointment.  1 had tried mnny treatments in vain,  and tlioreforo know which is tlio best.  I can, highly recommend Dr. Chase's  Ointment, and you are at liberty to  use this statemoi.t."  The record of cures of every form  of piles which stands bolilnd Dr.  Chase's Ointment . Is tho strongest  guimintoo you can have that it will  promptly relievo nud euro thiB all-  iiiom, even in tho most aggravated  form.   00c a box, all dealers.  Regulations Greatly Tightened  Gorman spieB or goods mado ln  aormuuy have littlo ehuiico of getting  into Canada oh account of tho particular stringency of the regulations of  thu (iiiHtoniH nnd Immigration depart-  montH. Tlioy havo been grout ly tightened ulnuo tho war begun,  " People criiHKltig tlm border to Canada or arriving ut Canadian oconn  portH nro now Hiibjoctod to much  more (iiieiitionliig than heretofore, it  l������ noeonmiry to cHtubllflli lu mliuitu  dutiiil Identity nnd cltl/.oiiHliip, to  glvo particulars uh to parontiiKo, nationality, purpono of entering Canada, proposed length and object of  vIhIi. mh woll na un ncc.ount ot movements In tlio past ton years.  "Mon nro nlwiiys Into, I have wnlied Imro ninco li o'clock for my linn-  bund to como, and it Ih now IM." "At  what hour worn ynu io mnet him?"  iiHknd thn woman who hud Joined her.  "At 5 o'clock."���������llunfno Courier.  ed the meat   or the meal is  palatable arid nourishing. .  The practice of baking   bread   or  cakes from pounded or grounl grains  of all  kinds' is  older    than 'written  history,   riie earliest Egyptians baked  cakes of durra, or sorghum, and these  cakes havo.been found in the oldest  tombs..  In  the courtyard    of every  house  in  Chuldea  was  an  oven  for  'baking  breaa ��������� of  beaten  grain,  and  evidences of grain pounding and' cake  baking have' been- found ,m the Swiss  lake dwellings that date'back into the  Stone Age. f>ln Southern Europe chestnut bread made of the flour of finely  ground chestnut meats has long been  used, and to some extent still is eaten  in Italy and Spain.   The flour of peas,  bean's and other leguminous seeds is  also baked into cakes and in South  ^Ainerica-the-meal-olVtlie-tapioca-plant  is employed  for making bread.  '   Buckwheat is    a    non-cereal (lour,  yet its virtues    are known and   respected by every    man,  woman 'and  child in Canada.    Everybody    has a  grateful word  to say  for tho happy  cakes  made  from  buckwheat    flour.  There are many species of millet, and  flour for tread and cake making is obtained from all of them, and,is largely  consumed in Southern Europe and in  Asia.   Rye bread and corn bread, or  "maize" bread, as it is better known  In nearly all other parts of the world  outside of Canada, have done' much  and will continue to do much for the  sustenance and support of the human  race.    Oat cakes and barley    bread  have contributed   liberally    of themselves to malting lifo    worth living.  Bread fruit, or the fruit of the tree  known    by botanists    as Artocarpus  Is an important and valuable article of  food among the people of til's tropical  Islands of tho Pacini) Ocean.   Baked,  its    tsuste    is    described   as   vory  much    llko'   that    of    while  potatoes and milk,   It Is globular and of  about thi! sizo of a cantaloupe. It is  used as a vegetable and eaten with  meat aud gravy,  or, combined with  milk, sugar and butter, is made into  an excellent pudding.   Often the fruit  is dried and then reduced to flour, of  which broad and puddings aro niauo.  It is culled- bread fruit, not alone be-  causo its flavor is suggestive of well  united wheat bread, but hecauso Its  flavor is such that ono nevor tires ol  it, and  hecauso  it is  tlio  islanders'  staff of life, bearing tho same relation  to thorn that broac does to u  largo portion ot the human family.���������-  Montreal Star.  For  toms  derful  Watch lour Gplts  il remedy, now' the most used iP- exiatei.ee  SPOHN'S  Of, any .drUBglst.  DISTEMPER   COMPOUND "  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., , ,  Chemists   an^   Bacterioloalsta,   Goshen,   Ind.,   U.S.A.  WHO WnXPAY OFF THAT MORTGAGE  Should You" Die Suddenly?  Keep *htf Roof Orer tho Children's heads by. a Policy in  THE EXCELSIOR Lli'E INSURANCE CO.,  OFFICES:   Wlnttpeg, Edition ton, Saskatoon, Vancouver,  Calgafy;-  Regina,      Agents Wanted.  Can always make sure of getting tho highest pHW* forl^"|Al\.������. ,Tfj  BARLEY and FLAX, by shlpplhg their car lots' 1 ' ,F ."Jhu""^"1  AND PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on corflX "8?lori D/,  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPa ny������  THE WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS' AGEN1A  '"   ADDRESS   701-703   Y.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WIN*. 'IPEQ'  lajjg  lt was Juki niter the t'urlHiimiR "nan-  quot nnd toiuiis worn in order. Tho  tciiiHtmntNcmroM to introduce a prom-  Inoiii, oldorly Kju.ml;er nnd snld:  "Gnntloiiion, you have JiiHt boon glv.  inff1 your attention to a turkey stuffed  with Hugo. Now you will glvo your attention to a Biiirn ntnffod with turkey."    .      r  .O*.--. Granulated Eyelids,  ���������������*"���������������!IrCJ Evei.Inflamed by expo.  ~~ luretoSus.Onsfsnd'ttdni  W**m. '/A ������d" q'''('kly relieved by Murine  h, V C S9l E)e Hemedy. No Smarting,  V ^,r*" juit Kye Comfort. At  Vour Dnijrtriu'i 50c per Hot tie. MorlseC)!  SiUtin I'ubtr2Sc l''orD6(iks|ibr.t'.)etrMitk  Druggim oi Murine Eye Setnedy C������.������ Cblcios  Rndlum In B.C.  Throo samples of radium-bearing  oro from llrltish Columbia have been  roceivod at the mines department but  the quantity of radium in them has  uot yet boon determined, Tlie value of  minerals produced In Canada this year  will bo considerably less than last, bo-  eaimo of the scanty of capital for  mining development and iiIho tlio low  jiricus for silver and other minerals.  "Father," said little Wllllo Wat-  kins, after a careful perusal uf the  moruliiK paper, "what Is wutor for In  stocks?"  "ll, lu used to float tlio company  on when times are prosperous, my  son," said Mr. Watkins, "and to help  it ilqiiidmo when tlmoB nro bad."  English farm hand (excitedly enter.  ?,K vyillKO;lnH)���������What uo you tiiin'c,  'Miiry?   Tide    bones of a prehistoric  man 'avo linen    discovered    on Jim  Whito'a farm,  Innkoupui���������yon don't Hay! Woll l  'ppeiMioor Jim will bu ablo to clonr  i.ii>v... .U w4.o il'urtiiti'i ...tjucat..  -Jyul-  mil of ('omiiirren.  It was n wot, mlHoarbJo night, and  the car was crowded. Suddenly a coin  was hoard to drop. An old man Htoop-  od and picked it up.  "ITnn nnynnp inm n Rnvornli'n'" hr>  Inquired, anxiously.     ,  Nino passengers hurriedly searched  tholr pockotH and shouted; "I have.  "Woll,'I.liavo found a penny towurds  It," said tho old mat),  "What's that pleco of cord tied  ������rounit your finger for?"  "My wif a put it there 'r remind mo  to post n Inttor."  "And did you post It?"  "No, she forgot to give It to me,"  "h your husband very deaf, Mm.  Grady?"  "Well, ho can't   hear the   nlarrr  clock mornings, hut ho can nlway  hear Uio  uvu o'clock whUUe afternoons'"  Wars  th'ifeCo  Corners  f* ttT DECLAR E,"  X said Mrs. Cdm-,.  fort, "I thought no.  one ever would use  that upstairs room:  And  you  couldn't  . blame them���������it certainly  was   chilly,  and there didn't  seem to be any way.  of heating it. Finally I got  this Perfection Heater and  now it is as good: as an" extra* room.    With a Perfection to keep it warm it is perfectly comfortable."  The Perfection can be carried anywhere,, where there is need of  extra heat    In five minutes- It- will' warm anjr ordinary room. -  PERFECTION  SMOKELEaJggJI^HEATERS-  It is aolid, good-looking, easy to-clean and  rewickj and burns without smoke or odor.  -At���������hardware-and - furniture-!storcs-every-_  where.    Look for the Triangle-trademark.-  Mads in Canada  ROYALITE OIL it best for all nt������t  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited   ^  Winniptf   Calrary   Safin   Montraal    QdfV������c    H.lilai  Edao&Li    SukilMB     Vaacosrar    Tanati    Ottawa  -ood   Little Girl  Luclle was a carefully brought up  littlo girl of flvo,. and. she returned  in'high glee from her first party.  "I was a good girl,, mamma," she  announced, "a:.d I. talked uiceall  the  time."  "Did you remember to. shy, something nice to Mrs. Appl'cgate just  boforo leaving'.'" asliod" her mother,  "Oh, yes, 1 did," responded Luclle. "1 trnlled at her t\nd said, "I  eujoyed myself very much, Mrs. Ap-  plcgate. 1 had lots more to cat than  I 'spectcd to have."  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper,  Barbaroxis DrunkenneBs  Tho drunkenness of tlie German,.  has condemned them in the eyes of  tho world as much as their barbarity. They are coarse and corrupt,  Tronchos occupied by them luvo  boon found by our men naif full of  empty ho'ttlos.  Tho Germans got no proper food,  and in tlio trenches thousands have  boon living on French wlno and raw  beetroot for days together���������a queer  dlotary, and bad for digestion.  Medical mon declare ihat ono reason for German barbarities is to bo  found in tho fact that upon entering  a vitiligo or town those soldiers mako  Immediately for tho collars whorj  wlno or Bplrlts Ib likely to ho stored^  nnd guzzle away until practically  mad with tho drin'.  A Lucky Find for the C.P.R.  A discovery which may mean much..  to the Province of Ontario has been  mado at Caledonia Springs,, namoly  that the waters of ono!of the four  springs is strongly radio active.. A recent visitor who had hitherto gono for  ���������his cure to tho Austrain resort , at-  Uadgastoln was preventeu this year by  thu war and trlul the Canadian spring.  Mo wiis struck by tlie similarity of tho  waters which on test was found to be>  duo to tho presence of radium. The  ...h oiiima. analysis was mado iu 1003-  before tho ramifications of radium,  woro fully recognized, but Professor  Ruttati of McUill 'has been commissioned make a now complete analysis..  The value of a genuine radium spring.  In Huropo io calculated to averago-  ironi two to throo million dollars, ow*  lug to the number of invalids who are-  attracted to such a spring.  Over Delicate  It was ln a small Southwestern  town that tho town council, which la  >-iilotnly becoming unduly delicate,  caused IIiIh notice to npponr in tha  local newspaper when a tax on dogs  wiih impoied:  .."Tax on each dog���������miilo, ono dollar; vice versa, throo dollurB,"  DrlveB Asthma Like Magic. Thoirn.  mediate help from Dr. J. D. Kollogg's-  Asthma Hemedy bcoius like magic.  Nevertheless it is only n natural rem.  edy used ih a natural way. The smoko  or vapor, reaching tho most romoto-  passago of tho affected tuboB, brushes  asldo the trouble and opens a way for  fresh air to enter. It is sold by dealers throughout tho land.  A London merchant roceivod a tolo-  phono muHsago ouo morning from out)  of his clerks,  ��������� "I'm sorry, Mr, Wilson," naid Intel erk, over tho wire, "I ciirmot como  down to tho Hhop this morning on account of tho fog; but the Tact Ih that  I have not yot arrived home yestor-  day."  Sim���������-Woinon want a voice in publle  affairs,  Ilo���������Of course thoy do. Wornou  want any chance thoy i:an get to talk.  STRONGEST LINIMENT IN 100 YEARS  BEST FOR EITHER MAN OR BEAST  Nothing for Family lUseCan  Compare Willi li  RUB   ON   NERVILINE  When you havo boon exposed to wot  nnd rnld nnd your niunclen are full of  pali), nerves aro jumping wiih "ooiiml'  gla, ��������� thon-'sKou should liavo ready at  hand a bottlo of NorviJino. It robs pain  of its terrors, givua roliof to all suffering, brings ottso and comfort wherever used,  No car,e or expense has boon apnrcd  to secure for Norvllfno tlio purest and!"  best materials,   It is prepared with a j  hIhrIo aim:  to rouoro tho sick to!  health. This cannot, be said of tho preparation  that an unscrupulous dealer  may ask you to accept Instead of Nor-  vjJJno so wo warn you it Is tlio extra  iroflt mado on inferior goods   that  empts the Bubatltutor. Of lilm   bo-  ,aro.  lii-.t NtrvlUiio wheu you uak for it,  then you aro sure of a remedy that  will cure all aches, strains, swellings,  und tho pains of rheumatism noural-  Klu uiiil JlJJii'j.iKU'  in lhu 3,-ial liuudred years no liniment has been produced that can compare with Nerviline in Btrongth, la  peitoiniilug power, or lu curatlvo ability.  For nearly forty years, is has boon  V',.tlnuhi h iiuiihtnium (u.ut:a>, uiiU luotu-  ors will do woll to follow tho advice  ot Mrs, JihhIo Degglns, of Stella P.O..  Out, who says:  "Vary���������frequently, thoro aro allmonU  in tho family that can bo cut short  If Norvlltno la handy. When my children como in from play, with a emirjrh  or a bad cold, I rub them well with  Nerviline, and they aro well ���������almost at  once. Nerviline is line for earache,  toothache, chest colds, lumbago, stiffness, rheumatism or neuralgia. In  fact thero is scarcely a pain or ncho  In man or beast it won't cure quickly.  Tho large 5ue family size bottle It  tho most economical; trial sixe 2'ic; at  all dciiluiu. or he Ci.Ui'i'Uoy.oui> Co*  K ncston, Canada.  Vafl  m  I  ���������a  u  'M THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  10  Mm  Ready Help  "In time or" physical trouble caused by  indigestion, biliousness resulting from  torpid liver, inactive bowels, is always given, quickly, certainly, safely  by the most famous of family remedies  BEECHAM'S  FILLS  Largest Salo of Any Medicine ia the *"iy*orU.  Sold ererywbera).   In boxtx, 25 canla  Army  Of Veterans "Forbids" Singing 'Tipperary'  \-  Eddy's  Matches  Though we have some-  what advanced prices  because of the increas-  ^ed cost and scarcity of  raw material, the usual  high standard of our  qualify will be main-  !  iaihedl  ^rtfTVLTvi.-.  ������������������<c^:  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  f vim f������*l 'ilMT nf pnuTf ���������_������������������...._ r��������� ��������� _.. .        _. _    .  IfyoufaaroUT Of SORTS' 'HUK OOWN"OOT'lhe BLU1������������'  *UFKKK from KIDNEV, BLABBER. NKRVOUS UIBKASRS,  CHRONIC WKAKMCSS.ULCKKS.SKtN IlKUf nifisLMfog  ���������write for FRKE cloth ������nuW medical toon ok  ������,aaaT4j*ott"ataJtl.'ilM2Ki",i'L  0UR'"  ��������� "MtVby  "thPahon'SS-  'heMmeilr lor YOUR OWN allm.nt,  Ataolutarr FRER  No follow up drculiri. No obllcailo.j. Dn.LECLKrfC  WE  WANT T8 MOVE THIRAriON WILL OURK TO*!  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Win slows  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE-HOT NARCOTIC  AGENTS WANTED  Agonts to Take Orders for the T.  System hand tailored, 'made to meas-  uro clothGB, no risk, good profit, easy  sales; everything Ruaranlocd. Exclusive territory. Spring Oiitilts ready  January. Write, today. T. Systom Co,,  JJordholmer Building, Toronto, Ont.  PATENTS  FeathorBtonliaugli & Co,, head office,  King Rtroot east, Toronto, Canada.  New York Athenians,  So you como from New York? said  ah lOngllsh lady to a travelling Amorl-  can, "I supposed, of course, yon  fliiino from lioalon.  Why did you think that? inquired  the Now York lady.  Hecauso I supposed all buitlvatod,  intelligent Aniorlcans camo from Hob-  Ion,  Hut what in tho world mado you  think that? was tho natural quostion,  Oh, 1 don't know oxactly. I think it  was a iiOBton lady who told mo.  Minard's Liniment Cureo Diphtheria,  And He Did  JllhnH���������-The slirnpiiol, I undorstanu,  in named after General Shrapnel.  UlhbH���������Tliat so? No doubt his parents uoltevod tholr boy would make a  uolac In Uio world.  Sho���������LtMlo's bloko calls 'cr 'Is  poach and tho lmpplo of 'is eyo. Why  can't you call mo things llko that?  IIo���������Yuo, that's vory woll; but 'o'a  ln tho vcgotablo business. Hi'rn in tho  fish trado, romombor,���������Punch.  A Very Strong Factor That Must Jc |  Reckoned Wit'i In.the War of  the Nation's'  The spirit of the Servian people will  .lent a conspicuous place In Uie his-  ory of Uie great European war. The  uanner in which this little people has  .ndortakon the fight against its powerful, neighbor in the face of almost  .aipu'rullekd difficulties is sucli as to  111 the looker-on with the profoundost  .dmiraiion.' '  They were taken at a moment of absolute unroadiness.' Within ��������� tho short  space- of two years'they had fought  .wo wars and undertaken a punitive  .'xpedition against tho Albanian tribes-  .uen. Tlie men were worn out,with  jrolonred service "In the battlefield,  land lay uncultivated, homes unrepaired, uniforms - were tattered,, military  stores exhausted, finances at an appallingly low ebb, and the need for  pence und recuperation had expanded  from a more comprehensible desire to  an urgent" uational-necessity.  Orders'for clothing, Titles, cannon,  ammunition,. stores. nnd Red Cross  supplies of varied descriptions had  been placed, but. not executed, and it  was in the midst' of this period of reparation that-Austria delivered hor declaration of war.  Tho men responded to the call with  ii remarkable enthusiasm. Clothed in  the tatters of uniforms that had already served through/two wars, they  'shOLiild'eysvi tJieir guns and sot off from  tho homes iiioy had reJo.ii6d.but six*  months previously. .The authorities,  on their part,' collected the material  which ,had r'OnVaiiied over from. past  comlicts. They- found themselves with'  more'soldiers than' rifles,' more, cannon  than ammunition adequately to feed  Uiem, more recruits than* uniforms,  more feet than-boots to cot'er them.  The wastage had- been groat, and  the animals which"remained were not  improved by the incessant work of  the previous years. Servia is in' an  enormous degree dependent upon her  oxen transport, for railway traction is  confined, to the European line which  traverses the country from ��������� north to  south, plus one or two ,L,mall gauge  roads' which branch therefrom.    ,  Yes despite all these obstacles,  which maliy nations would have found  insurmountable/ Servia again, placed  her entire manhood under arms and  went forth to battio for the liberty of  the southern Slavs. The mobilization  and concentration were1 quickly effected, Here, previous experience  and .the fact that a concentration in  the-centre of the -ountry was" necessitated by the well hidden intentions  of the enemy, greatly facilitated the  operation.  The troops were foregathered at  Palanka, Arangeloxatzand Lazarevatz  ready to move north, east or'west, as  Austrian' tactics might necessitate'and  when Uie" invaders came over the border on the' Drina and hurled their  tpjices^at .Vallevo,- the Servian armies  United    States    Secretary Calls It a  Breach   of  Neutrality  Commenting ,pn the action of Lieut.  Commander Evans, backed up by Jos.  Daniels, secretary of Uie navy, in forbidding tho singing of "Tipperary" In  the United States navy, the New  York World says, editoriaUy:  "Secretary Daniels agrees with  Lieut. Commander Daniels that it is  a violation of neutrality for the men  in /he navy to sing 'Tipperary.' We  had never suspected that " American  neutrality was such a delicate and  easily dislocated institution, but we  are bound to tako the, secretary's  word for it, especially when his  civilian judgment is sustained by the  expert opinion of a Lieut. Command-  er.    '  "This means, presumably, that the  marine band must hereafter cease to  givo aid and comfort to tho Gorman-  Austrian-Turkish nllianco by playing  tho Hluo Danube Waltz. We take it  that 'America' will pass into tho category of forbidden music also, because  its tune is not onlv tho tuuo of 'God  Snvo tho King,' but 'Hail Dor lm  Slegerkrauz,' making it a double violation of neutrality,  "We regret also to report (hat, certain goodly but neutral church folk  persist in singing a hymn, tho music  of which la the music of 'Got*, erhalte  Franz Den Kaiser,' as woll as of  'Deutschland uber alios.' This must  be stopped, lest It prove a temptation to naval chaplains.-  "Dedicated as he is to noble deeds,  we" iil'6 sure that Secz-etary Daniels  will d<3 his full duty in squelchin'g  both neiitfal tv. d contraband music  in the sea s'6rvica of . the United  States," nor call w'e' believe that it will  prove a difficult Uv>U;  "Why should a uavy'tfh'at has Jose-  phus Daniels for a secretary want to  sing?"  3ute of Ohio, Mty of Toledo,     /  ,   Lucas County. -J     ������������������.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath* that h������  Is senior psrtner ot the Arm of F^ J.  Cheney & Co., doing business In the City  of Toledo. County nnd State aforesaid,  and that said firm, will pay the sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each  and every  case ot Catarrh  that cannot  ARRHeCUbftVhe  USe  ������f  HALL'S  CAT*  , FRANK   J.   CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed .n  my presence, this flth day of December,  A.D.  1886.  (Seal) a. W. .GLEASON,  ���������   , .     . Notary   Public.  Hall's Catarrh' Qtil-e Is taken Internally and acts ii'rectiy upon the blood and  mucous surfaces of the system. Bend for  testimonials,   free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO.;* Toledo, 0.  Sold  by  all  Druggists,  76c.   ,  Take rlall's Family Pill* for Constipation.  ������^������������a^>������Jfa������������W  swung rourTd7 by Jo)rcM marches, 1W  miles irf. three .Say's,-, fell upon their  enemies iff the Ja'daf* valley and oa the  T������er mountain.   ,  -Within five days Of ,th6ir advance''  the Austrians were', back fn Bosnia,  sadder but distinctly wiser soldiers.  So ended the celebrated "punitive expedition" which cost Austria at least  '40,000 men, an enormous"'mass" of mat-  erial1 which they left bclHiid.In their  iliurrlo'd flight back across' th'e" Drina  "river. .It was the first great' victory  secured by the allied- armies. .        N  A'cc'ot.ditig to tho Austrian corrimfunl-  cation' "ssiied1 in explanation of the" defeat, tlio Servian army was not,to bo  taken s'eribusiy, and in proof of this"  statomsra't;.'it was' insinuated that military operations against King Peter's  kingdom Irad. rtiacited their satisfactory conclusion,' ,.and that the army  was to be transferred to tho Russian  frontier. >In effect. the IV. army  corps, with part' of the V.. and ono  division of tho IX.-, ��������� wore transported  to Galicia. Tho Austrian general  staff were, however,'under no delusion  as to the real state'of .affair's. Tho  famous Balkan army had been sorlous-  !y thrashed, tho "punitfvov'e!tpcditioit''  had boon a failure and' tlio Servian-  army was a force to bo reckoned wjth',  Moreover, matters wore "going" badly in Galicia-and a victory1 of some  sort, oven over Servia, became an urgent nocossl'ty. Thoroupon tlio" divisions which had been defeated' in tho  Yador valley and upon Iho Tv.or'moun-  tains woro brought up to full strength  and roinforcod by entirely new ujilts.  For this purpose the garrisons of Bus-  nla wore reduced to the lowest possible strength and tho men sent Up to'  tho frontier.  Then began ih:> real offensive'  against Valiovo and an invnHlon was  attempted along the entire Drina frontier from Kb Junction with the Save  to riB far bohUi ns Lulhovia, In tho  northern section tlio Austrians wero  repulHOd with heavy Iosipb, but bo-  twooti Loznilza nnd Liubovla thoy got  noroHH tho rivor in force.  The Herbs have not Btilflclont troops  lo hold tin, entire lino, and thoy thoro-  foro rotreatod, whilo tlu 'divisions  which had meantime effected an Invasion of Hungarian territory at Soinlin  woro brought up io reinforce.  Tho oporntlonB onco accomplished,  tho AuBtrlaiiH woro attacked In turn  and driven back west of a chain of  mountains which reproBontu tho strut-  ogle if not tlio actual Auntro-Sorblnn  frontier botwoon Loznitztv and Llub-  ovta.  Thoy now hold a small cornor of  mountainous tormln radiating from  Zvornlc and a strip of marshland botwoon Mltroxltza and Drenovatz in iho  oxtrenio north won torn corner of Sor-  via. Subsequent flBhtlnir l.an boon con-  liiAd tn <imir ������n������������������������e(������!>Bfiii attempt*  to occupy tho fltratcgio position now  la Uio liaudtt of tiorvia.  Large* Orders for Canadian Goods  Large -war' orders are being given  to Montreal-, Hamilton and other Canadian houses, including/steel, woollen,  leather, hosiery" and other goods, under the direc'ti'o'n- 6f the British direc-  tor-of-eontra'CtsW-Further-orders- are.  to be given on "behalf of France ana  other allies, if Canada ia able to promise prompt delivery.  The fullest deSlre Is shown to act  u'pon the recent compact between  the" British, French and Russian gov-  erneinfats 'to give preference to the  British .Dominions next "pnly to the  factories' qf tho allied countries and  before going1 to foreign countries for  supplies.  lliptlSMi  because  the entire system  becomes permeated with  injurious acids.  To relieve rheumatism Scott's  Emulsion is a double help; it is  rich in blood-food; it imparts  strength to the functions and supplies the very oil-food that rheumatic conditions always need.  Scott's Emulsion has  helped countless thousands  when oUier remedies failed.  Refute Inferior Substitute*.  WA,iu*w.wii.i'.iiH������ijmsi.w.i������jwilS  German Armies in the Field  Germany Has 58'/a Army Corps Fighting on Two Battle Fronts  A semi-official communication con-  'cerulng  the German  armies    in the  field has been made public in Paris.  "Germany at present 1ms at her disposal twenty-live and ������\ halt activo  army corps, of which 21 Ms are oper  iiting against France and four "against  Russia. 0,f the Uiiny-three German  reserve army corps 22M> are now employed against France and 10VL>  against Russia,  "These figures show that there is  a total of 68% army' corps, active or  reserve, fighting for Germany on the  two front:., and not.lOO army corps  as has erroneously been stated by the,  German government.  "If the territorial units' (landwehr)  of which nothing was said in the German official note, are taken into account, it will be seen that eight  LandWehr army corps are engaged  against France and seven against Russia���������that is to say, in the two fronts  thirty territorial divisions."  For an Imperial Parliament  Speaking at the Royal Colonial Institute, London, Henry Ellis of. Western Australia, urged the establishment of a truly imperial parliament  for the administration of foreign,  naval and financial policies.  The United Kingdom would in this  probably have the fundamental voice  of at least' three to one, and , the  Dominions would .send representative  experts in higher political matters o:i  a proportionate iasis.  Warts will render the prettiest  hands unsightly. Clear the _ excres-  censes away by using Holloway's Corn  Cure, which acts thoroughly and painlessly. .  RHEUMATISM MISERY  ���������DODO'S:.:'/.  '������������������;. V,  W. N. U. tQ32  Can Only Be Cured Through the Blood.  Liniments of No* Use  in no disease does the'blood become  thin so rapidly as in rheumatism. Not  only does ic become thin' but it is  loaded with impurltlos���������rheumatic  poisons,- Without tho proper treatment these poisoiiF incrcaso,' tho' inflamed jointB swell and the patient  becomes"* a cripple, There are a*num-  ber of methods of treating rheumatism, most' of them aiming to keep  down the rheumatic poisons until na*  turo can build1 up the blood sufficient-  'ly to ovorcomo' them, But unfavorable conditions of cold or dampness  may glvo tho disease tho advantage  and a relapse or renewed attack follows:-  Dr, WMlllftiW Pink- Pills for Pale  People build-up'tho bTood and onablo  it to cast' out the rheumatic poisom  with the'natural soorotlons of tho  body, Thousands Imvo tried this  ��������� treatment with tlio most bonoflcial ro-  suits. That ovory sufferer who doos  ��������� not" try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is  uoglccting the most holpful means of  recovery Ib shown by tho following  sUtluuiunt. Mrs. Knieline Smith, St.  Jerome, Quo., sayBl "I whb attackod  with wha't the doctor said'wbh in-  lliunmatory rheumatism. 'I'lui joints  of .my liandH, foot and1 limbs wero  bndly Hwollon, nnd I suffered thu most  excruciating pain, Notwithstanding  medical treatment the trouble bncamo  so hud that I could not go about. My  appetite began to fall mo' and 1 was  growing physically weak, A neighbor who- hud been bouoflttotl. by I Jr.  WIlllauiH' Pink Pllh, advlHod me lo  try tlirin niiii I decided lo ilo so, In  tho course * of a few wookn 1 noted  somo improvement, and my appetite  bogan to roturn. > Then the Hwellln:;  i In my joints hr-gan to disappear, and  It was not lonfMin. ������ I was perffictly  cured and 1 havo had no ,'oturn-oi' Uie  trouble."  IJr. WUUanm' Pink Pills are sold' by  nil dealers in medicine or will be Mint  by mall at CO cents a box- or six boxes*  for RBI) by writing direct to Tlm Dr;  Williams'  .Medicino  Co.,   Jirockvlllo,.  Gurkhas Paralyze Enemy  Fury    of    Attack    by  Former, With  Kighlandos, Has Pitiable Effect  on the Germans  It is a tvad'.tiou of the Indian anny  that Highlanders and Gurkhas wor":  together.- Here is a description of a.  charge by the Highlanders, which, in  spite of the unflinching heroism,  might'have failed but for the ihmiy  intervention of the terrible kukrie of  Gurkhas. The Ilighlaud regiment was  sent forward to carry a lino of hostile  trenches, but their heroic charge was  checked by a murderous lire aud  barbeU wire entanglement on which  they stumbled. Between tho gaps in  their ranks slipped tho Gurkhas. They  insinuated themselves like cats between aud under the barbed wiM.  Their kukris on their left hand, disappeared iu tlie enemy's trenches then  ..rose a terrible medley of cries, the  harsh battle of tho attackers, ami'tho  groan or scream of tlie attacked, as  tho terrible knife went home*, in tho  tumult of carnage tho commands of  German officers who sought to rally  their man were lost. In tho mud and  slime of tho trenches a terrible struggle, hand to hand and body to body/  was proceeding, The end came quickly, In a mad frenzy of fear tlie Ger-  mans broke and, ran, "throwing their  rifles from them and blundering into  tholr own wire entanglements. Such  prisoners as were taken boro ln their  eyes a nameless terror. For hours  after they were brought into the British lines they trembled constantly.  There was hardly need to guard  them, Tho terro.; of that charge deprived them of the power of volition,  and almost of the power of motion.  It Eases Pain, Ask any druggist of  dealer iu medicines what is the most  popular of the medicinal oils for pains  in the joints, in the muscles or nerves,  6"r for neuralgia anc". rheumatism, and  he will tell you that Dr. Thomas' Ec-  loctrlc Oil is in, greater demand than  any other. Tho reason for this is that  it possesses greater healing Qualities  than any other oil.  Extensive   Aid   Vd Westerii"i-armers"  1 The Ottawa Eveiilhg oitizeh states  that the' aid Which the government  ia extending to the western fanners  who last summer lost their crops is  much mo'r'e exte:.s've than at first e-  ported. In plase of $1,000,000, it is almost $2,000,000. The exact expenditures proposed up to date oh seed  grain for the afflicted farmers is $1,-  800,000. This'will onable them to put  in heavy crops over the greatly increased acreage proposed next year.  What kiad of dogs are tho dogs of  war?  St. BernfWrdis,- I guoss.  Iteggy says ho* haB great .will power,  All donkeys have". .   ���������       '  Canadian .Drug  Makers Face SerloU������  Problem  Montreal,���������In an interview with the  Manager of Abbey 'Effervescent Salt  Co., which for.twenty years has been  making this preparation in Canada,  he stated that in consequence of the  war, prices of their raw material had  increased beyond the point which any  layman would figure possible. One of  the important ingredients of this remedy costs three hundred per cent,  more, than it did three or four months  ago. That somewhat similar conditions exist all along the lino is .vivid  proof how even ^Canadian made, products are affected through the necessary importations of raw: material.  The Abbey Effervescent Salt Co. as  woll as most of the reputable drug  makers in Canada, is maintaining its  regular standard of prices, in spite of  -tiLie-cnoni'ious~increase-in-tlie_cost,oll  raw material. ."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc,  When th������ King Last Went to WaY  In1 reference to. the King's visit to  the' British headquarters in Franco,  tho Clironiclo says: "It Is 171 years  since' it British monarch left theso  shores-' for a battlefield on tfio continent, of- Europe, ln which English  troops Whre engaged. George II. was  that mdlilirch, and ln tlio field of Dot-  tingon, in1 Bavaria, he showed personal  bravery add Bkilled generalship,  - . "Tho allies thon woro tho English,  ITanoveriarifeH and Austrians, and tho  enemy wertr tho French. Georgo II.  commanded Uio allied armies In person,' ap. .that' thoro is littlo analogy  with King- Gbtrtvjo's present visit to  Flanders': After" Dottlngen nn act of  parliament1 Was pitssod providing that  tho monarch of tlieao realms should  nevor aglilhrisk lils-life ln battle."  ".My dear, you ought to pass up  frivolous things, and tako nn lntnrost  in doop subjects. Tnko hiBtory;' for  .'rntT'?f"\ J.'".r? ii .; inlort'iWv  atoni. Gos8ler tho tyrant, put up a  lint for tho Swis ��������� to salute," Tho lady  was a trifle interested, "How wns it  trlmmod?" sho lnquIrod.~-Loulsvllle  Courler-Jotimtil.  Head of tho Family���������If nobody  wants this pudding, I'll Just finish lt  off.   It's a ptty to was to It  Guest - My mother uacd to flay  there's nowt wasted whero folks luiep  pies.  "It you were a policeman, what  would you do to keep a dog from,  going mad In July?  "tM ���������.shoot him in Juno."  Began on Child's Face, Spread all  Over Head, Plmplos Would Fester and Break Liko Bolls. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Healed,  Kirov, flunk.���������"My Itttlfl hoy ������m<l wwrns  vlini lm win ulmui a wi'nk old.   H i,,<KHi| on  liU faco mill (tjjnwd all ovur )iM jn,.������|,   it,  vm  in   |)lni|ili<ii  ami  llii'y would fi'str>r nnd  lirmik lllin lltilu bolla  all over liln lioiul, hut  worn IILti) null on 111*  furo,  Tlm nrxnina wan  vrry Itnlilmj nnd tlm  burnliiK wan Inionun;  It nii.dx him no rrtaleni  )io r������ii!<| f������\,T<?f>ly ������|f������n(i.  "1 iruxl (.overal oiuiiuriii.i una imIviu ami  ,. they  iienieil   |i>  do  vrry little jvmd  m T  The famous Gorman 42 c.nntlinetro'i tried Cuticura floap and ointment nftor hn  gun, which lias boon reported ns a  modern invention, appeals to havo  boon described In tho German magazine) Prometheus in tho yrar 1K93,  TLz &?l!:*c ci i?,\: l.'r?? ������'"'"? J'.">  weight of tho gun and the velocity  and effect of the shots, and this information was extensively (juotPd In  scientific magazines issued during the  same years.  "I wouldn't o' had no troublo wif de  constable nor nobody." pnbl Mr. Ar-  astus Plnkloy, "If it hadn't been for  woiuau'u lovo o' drcsu."  "What Las dress eot to do with it?"  askod the Jailor.  "My woman folks wura't MtlNflr-d to  eat do mos' of dft chicken. Dr.y had to  put do fcathors In deir hats an' paradf ri"  vm  as  clrcnmsiantJal    enlilr-nrc"  ti'nihlnfjfon Sfnr.  had town ������lek about n month. IVIwn I iwod  Cuticura Bum> and a feir anjiIIculiHw uf  tlio Cuticura Olnunrnt I noiiivd aucli a  dlffM-cnrn.   Hn wan nliln lo hloen nnd lils  ���������-"������������������ ������������������>���������,- *��������� -.'������.i ���������   ..............  ,';.,,,.'.  on lining them for tluv������ month*, and two  rakM c>f Cuticura Soap i>rnl Kir*'������ boii^ of  CuUcura ointment ounvl lilm." (Slgnud)  Mm. A. 1', Thayer, July i.'i, I0H.  Samples Free by Mall  Ciillriira Ho������p and Ointment do no rnuett  for |nrn|ili'-i, ItlarlitiwK n������l. rough and oily  akin*. Itrhliift-. uraly ������rs,!p������, dry, ihln ami  Will.!,  lull',   tlUUIil'iJ   lUIld,  A;,d   hluiMll.-J.*  nail*. Hut It U alnuiU criminal not, to u*a  thi'iM. Tfcey do *vrn nior������ f������r ������ldn-tor.  tut*i if,r������nt������ am) <-lilldrcrj, Altljouitli ������olj  hy d.*r.len thrnuirltMiit tlm w������rld, a lllie.Ml  r each will lin mailed fre������, wkiv  ��������� " <i i.   1>Mrt%% |>.nt.)-a/',i -Cull.  A Wtak Bdhk  Will, said oho, 1 am afraid my bank  is in a bad way. -,  How foolish, Mabel! U'S ono of the  strongest financial institutions in the  state. Whatever got that idea into,  your head?    , ������  Well, it's very strange, replied  Mabel, unconvlhco'd They'vo just returned a chock of mine for $40 marked  "No Funds."  The Foe of Indigestion.���������Indigestion  Is a common ailment and fow aro freo  from it. lt is a most distressing conv  plaint and often the sufforing attending it is most severe. The very host  remedy is Parmeloo's Vegetable Pills  taken according to directions. Thoy  rectify tho irregular action of tho  stomach and" restore healthy action.  For many years tlioy have been a standard remedy for dyspepsia and indigestion and aro highly ostoomed for  their qualities.  ���������   ���������������������������      i   i    .1..  British Sailors Left to Drown  Numerous Urittsh sailors'who por-  lshed off the Chilean coast when the  Oermau fleet sank tho cruiser Good  Uopo arid Monmouth might havo been  saved, had the Uermaus made any effort to rescuo them.  This Is admitted by tho Germans  thcmsolves, according to a sworn  statement mado by tho captain ot the  French barque Valentino, which was  captured and sunk off tho Juau Fernandez inlands. Tho captain and  mombcrs of tho Valontino'B crow woro  hold prisoners on ono of tho Gormau  warships for ten days.  In his sworn statement tho captain  assorted that the Gormans said they  might havo saved numerous Drills!)  who woro k swimming in tho water,  but thoy dollboratuly lot thorn drown.  The crew of tiV Valentino was  shamefully troi.ted, ho swore, far  refusing to aid in tho transhipment  of coal from tlio barquo to the warships. Tho Germans, he said, robbed  tho Valentine of overythliig boforo  sinking her.  If Tormented With Corns  Suvo yourself pain, worry nnd ills-  truss by lining the never fulling Put-  nam's Painless Corn and  Wart Kx-  tructor. it is rnlliiblo ami iictn quickly.  Interest In Mixed Farming  Tho increased Interest iu mixed  farming throughout thu provlnco of  Alberta lias mldn ton pnr cent, to tlio  quantity of live slock In that province,  the value of which is now cut limited  at $110,000,000. Tho value of farm  products lur nut has liecti mummm  by lb:.. ;.'J-<jvJw:J:i3 ^(ivituijh-i.I ;il  $057,000,000. Full whi'iit In Alberta  has mado satisfactory progress, according to GMMC, reports, and the recent heavy lull of snow will proloJt  It from front.  A fow days after tho now farmor  hau purchased a horse from a thrifty  Scot ho returned in un angry mood,  "Vou told mo the homo had won  half a dozen matches against sonic of  the bcMit horses in this country. Jlo  can't trot it mile in sit minutes to  huso h'niKolf, You Hod to nut," ho do-  noun cod,  "I ddin.i Ho. It was In plowing  matchiM ho took sui prizes," calmly  replied Sandy.  nininiiniiiinnniniiimif  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Cut out cathartic* end pureatiTM.   ThiJ aUV  bruUl-barsh-unnecmary. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable. Act  tfentlydatheltver,  eliminate bilc.and  soothe ihedcli-  CAtemembrana)  of the bowel.  Care Con-  itipathn,  Biliouf  nist.  Sick Headache ani Mlttttioii, ai miffieM  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,  Genuine mutt bear Signature  JPJiPMvJIWlWPflllllll  L D. SMITH'S  JAMS  the Children's favorilt  All Flavors  Packed in Gold  Lined Tins  Can be had from  your Grocer  m^mi  B������iiW  Xi'i-^-i^.^-%- ,rv:'f- ,f'.i  j Don't tnko too mnny dinners ir|ih aparln,  " spllut, cuib, rlncljono, bony jruiflu, sw.-llliisa  afxt of J.iiiirii,.^.1'. L'n  the M rd table i cini-J j-  KENDALL'S  Spavin Cure  Ithasbecnuscdby ..  horvemeu,   vetcrU .'  iiarimis and farmers lor oi years���������  arid it lias,proved,  its worth in hundred*  ,oLUiQiibitndiLP.tjcases.   Dlckerd'ike, Mta., Jau. 29.1913.  "I liave been using Kendall's Spivin Cur*  for a. good many years -vvitlv.yood' results.   In  fact, I Din never 'without it,"  II. NuiLXmi',  t\ nboitleHJrorgS, at a"r������7"l,U"W ^!i������������������t.  copy or our book "Iteatise ofi the lloi^,.   .  Dr. B. J. KENDALL COMPANY  Eno������burg F������ll������, Vermont, U.S.A. 100  In Case It Didn't Work.  Johnnie!  YeVm?  Wliy aro you sitting on that boy'i  face?  Why, I���������  Did I not toll you to always count  a hundred before you gave way to passion and struck' another boy i  Yes'm, and I'm doin' it; I'm just alt-  tin" on lils faco bo he'll lie Hero whon  I'm dono countin' tho hundred.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget In  Cows.  A street car inspector was watching  tho work of the green Irish conductor.  "Hero, Foley, how is this?" he Hiiid.  "You liavo ten passengers and only  nine faros aro ruiiu up."  "Is that bo?" said Foley. Thon turning to tho passengers he .shouted:  "There's wan too many av yoz on this  car.   Got out of horo, wan uv ycz!"  Russia Stops Wood Shipments  The Russian government hns pluced  an embargo on all kinds of lumber to  prevent Its exportation. Walnut liini-  bor, Including Circassian walnut,  much prized by Aniorlcan furniture  makers, is specifically mentioned.  Tho Allies will do It if they can,  What!  Why, sit on- tho Ottoman,  FlrBt Nut���������Do you- think it will stop  ralnlnp:?  Second Nut���������It always has,  DU8Y   DOCTOR  Sometimes Overlooks a Point  How do y������u HtippoHc thn ovils of  WMriiiB IipoIh an be corrected?  Only by induring fashion to coinri  mif Fnlfrmiot) fnr reform  The physician Is such a busy man  Unit hn tioiiiotlinos overlooks a vulii-  ablo point to which bin aticiiilnn may  lie called by an IlitelllueiiL juiUunt  who Is a thinker.  "About r. year ago my attention was  called to Grupfj-Nuts by <nu> of my patients," n phyHlcltiti write.-!.  "At tho timo my own health was  bad and I wns pretty well run down  but 1 sav nt onco Hint the thi-ories  behind drupe-Nuts were fioimd ori.-J  that If the fond wiih nil thnt wiih claimed, It was n perfect food.  "Ho I rnmiiietK'ml (n iiro drupe-Nuts  with cream twice a day nun in a niiuri  llim: I h'ri^'i ������i'' J.'.,.'(,.."(,-r.: Ui t-yi-yy  l\:,y  and  I   inn  now  uuieh  i!lrnui;er,  feel  better and weigh more thnn over ba-  lory in my life.  "1 know Hint -11 of this good Is du*  i> Onipe-NutH nnd I nm llrrnly con*  i - *      - -      - * ������    * - - . t, *  lood aro true.  "I have recommended and still r*>  ���������oiiiiiieini, drape-Nut;- to a great many  of my patients with splendid resiilm.  mil in noma cases tut: Improvement  of patients on this flue food has boon  wonderful.  "Aw a general fond, drapi-Nutt  ititniiH nloni?."   "Therti's n Hoason."  Name kIvi u ������y CaiudLut Po-tuax  Co,, Wlndnor, Ont.  Look In pkfts. foif the famous llttU  nook, "Th* Uoad to Wellv.l.o."  Ever rttii thr above lett.r? A new  one appears from time to time. They  are B������n..nif, true ant) full of hum*a  ,1 u j^ V^a-jif a ��������� maaTW au*.  .JSEi:^  "^������.,VV^^^.M4.^M~V .,...������  ,   >','0s-   ',  ft   ....l.,*^.,^ .������**.������.������*,.������.��������������������� >.**������'������������������������*���������������������,**������������������������ ������������W������M.������*tf*-<  ii     ' E   !  j '-..r,4 " T* ISHn ���������***���������* J)     5 ;  ������y>  ^^������    /\     li h  co5-s bnX    li"U''' Uj  .^M/Sk^ i,���������"���������>"<-.   idifl  ir.tt'ce :lHo'!!:  i       ;���������        .;       ���������:;      C   (^|g|M ���������.���������MuuUil."      when    yon  i     '���������:     ���������'.!���������"     ���������-���������   /   NW$$ff -"'"'-^ vc'i'-J  ^Vil]] ->i*^'  sr  J  ? -  j.  t  ft  ��������� ma porrm i Rpn^  5 v 5 /-*\ r\ kj v^ uni  lj i % w o  GROCERS'   &   BAKERS  .'. y  l/Jjjl1, lilJli-fflBl Is  u'.l   !i::v oi'  ! 'iV'.'itUH.'  !   !  1 >  AND PROPRIETORS' Ol-  .CUMSF.RLAND BOTTLING WORK  Adonis i'or i"iNe-':%v "rowing; C'..nip.uiY"s BKKR  Wb.do^dc   l'euki'.s  m .d������ Kinds of       , ���������  Wints .ind  I/.ui'-irs.  i mma  * 'i';I.ii>'.:r'';i:id  I I  u sJ1  L. *..��������� "a. is tl ,/  tw  J.   v.   v-  v. ������..  ���������Q^yC ^^������'i-K1M.������.-������H^v'^<^^-y<v**^-',^������.^%-^ti'������;',^u-M������  ���������-A*^,^&'^\^^'^^���������^**^;^f-������l.���������i���������J^;^iAa^,  I'.'.-.k-U.  .si-.KVlf-K.->. _   of British" Columbia, Ltd.��������� '���������  T11K y.! S.  COWK'HAN   WJLI. SAIL  AS (T.M)K!{  i Comox--'-Uxh.::s 'H.w- -Nan'-Mmo���������-Vancouvick ��������� Rol'Ti.   ���������>  1 cavt7r.CV.n10x, 8i;'.k'.;-j\ , t. p, 111 1   Loaves "(,'nion lViy, Snuday, 4 p. m. ...  For  Dfiinitin  I.^iuiul, .Nanaimo and N'aneouvcr.  .'RKTURNIX(;--l,cavos Vancouver, Satui'duy,  S pm  \hv: "Nnr..RuiOj i'liion j-!av aiu! Coinox.  "Suliject to ciiitn^t-w'iiliuiit.  iiouci-'.  1  .^.^.^>r..:..!..^.^.^.:..r..!.,^.^.^.^A.^^.^.I..J..I..r..^.^  \'i i"!*i; 'I.'  i  -.1  A iiv ]'-.-'' - n ���������''���������   ;u';'.-i:^, cult  nn  2 f ill iiv ul hi >v- D Lrlrl  p    pun  |.|ppq  H^RP^OIM    I   -I  -w  h i i       ���������  i  ������i������ -^ ������ ^ ������%a*.1lh* ��������� T1WV.WHJ ���������+ M i k.l-������-IH.aT ��������� i**������*:������'  fSS  ���������iv   i.l..-l<  -,'; .1.  Woi'siuo ��������� -S.-.'r: \v  ! 3  ; i":"'l'."Vl!ii: ',-!    I"'<: -i>.,  1 tiiiilil".' "1 W; "'���������'.. ->f iii, V (li-;--"i J-.!.!.'" i:  : Vltn-inm-. I"...-   Wolii-.o.,.!!   C"o.-j"5      .NOTary    PUBLIC  ���������:' , 1 -py Ci-1 v.. ���������''��������� !.'-i",>  ov el's' ih;1 laiii! I ;5;  ".-i-'-A-'^itKiv   (S.   S',.lioo:i..' ;;���������'        ���������        :,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  C-ONVEYAMCING  mt^rJ-v-Ai Jr^nwaav^^iw.jrB ���������.(���������*���������*!.��������� .fJ>*������>������w������H  i-V'-.o;,".'.1   !-clu;1k:-- M-n_l' '  *! n , ;; i.-o. p. in. ' j  i  .i  ;;;ijil ;H" o.CI' ilM-'C'-lU^,     '^ -:���������'���������"���������  !.    ���������       .V  -ii   S.'/'l    p.    IU.  .     j, ,'i--.-^ .\i'i    -I'il-L    TiK-^'a-   ���������" i  <.���������> .   -.' I-'- ; I'.'h. .-.! 7.30 ]>. in- j  r ,!.,-. ;;��������� v wm. K:.i"ir,. r. a.;  "���������;; ���������.,!-;(iMt.i-v-s i'RKsni -   !  '������������������'���������Ri.'.N CilURC  CUMBERLAND," K  ui    :!l'.vo:i'- i ipl;  tippiii;:i":;l)bijii u!' ;o;y'Vs''i'ipU>n j������ DiJNSMUiR   AVENUE  ;!'iv.vlit-i-i'   v.;'-;    il.t;   i-onip-ni)':-!^  !:���������:!���������! wi'i i"- pri-i'i-nu-! ro Ui'.v-lii!, \ ��������� ~ "  ;\\.<-;il ol" tii'- 'aw, |  . -J.  II.   '.'.K'KAi'iX j - ��������� '  Gc'tH\'";sl ."'.i.n'u.oi'i-, j  L-'liKi-y Co.^.  -���������"JVav** ������"*������ uu . ���������*������:,;.:  .���������������������*^"j\'3tr*m������uwrf*.i������w������3Ar* R~^n"vanntr a^-n*Jutiu3RnMTri'n=iKwvr>carMRannk vw-*.^ijJ������.������u^oirJtcTri\'kia^^  NOTTS 'I-;.  ' *-\^-       *\.r   -f,*     >-i,j,"���������til w������-*a.  \M- ^   -U.      '^    W������*>  ^ir.-^-  .^ , , "i  i"-i    m..;iial   i  R;30 j).   ni.  ���������oi. ~.oi)   ]i, m,  i^i:1.01:^ ii:i 1-K\o:iio:ive^ nnd   rail I  1 ivav fii.-iH   of   tiic    r-nion   Collie;-',- '���������  1 m  '' 1 ���������       *' 'I  ^^>^    service  fe, 'v^       ^ >-H{iPS &"'���������  :;���������,. w^^-y ..v,������ ������,;,���������_ hi..ll.nii!Vlil f!)r ;!h,T,:ll5{ ;,,, ji^yuting. you need  --.-M'lipi   iTiill i.-.nnv -���������-],: sil'ic.H  :!l'0���������;   drU.     KinphiyOi-3   "iv   -"b-'   }..  V i.-H-r. i.i'V. ���������]!!.-. Ili'oil.  'v ���������'������   1 i ��������� -i I-,  T-? i~\ t-i <"������������������" ���������;-''''? v-1, o1  i-.-;'T .'.'i'HND (JOi.)l>  ��������� i <;.'.",' i'o,- iii-ujoot.'ifiit'.  - i,:. r..-i>!ii-i..������. if y'.i'.r  ..: >! ���������# n.'i" ljwt'..i:ii' limi!  ....i:.M--'   i.l'.r I.TJ11TK1L  :,\ ii".    <; ',���������<��������� 1./'j .-' 'iv,..i.  I'V ord'.-l  J.  R.   LO'-'KARD,  tjenovaVALinaj,'^  'r"1'  Litrh^r  f ���������r.V;-,-i WaJcli^'aite:'. lewder -and  .(. ���������;..:;-::,      SCAVARDO BUIID3NG.  ���������' ;'.'-iro8r!anci,  B. O.  -r���������1 J.0J^i^iiiu^lJQLj^JjJliiiitL_4  lffvvi-.;fs   i-jiiMli   Sioiday   ufku-'  Ei.-tef ' i  t  Holy Cenimunion S.30 u in  Litatiy and lliV.y K-uchaiia Jin.  m  Si;nday School 2.HO p. rn.  Evoiiion 7 p. in. o  Servii'f of hrrrccpsion on Wodne?-  day tm I't'lml: of 11 M. luin-cs nl  8 p. in. All palrio!i(! |i(-rj)i6 ii-c  cui'diallv iuviu'd to nt'.end.  \ia the Printing liuCi  t l ' ��������� 1  !'   printed with   /  i���������    NEATNESS  ACCURACY  ,    '     DYE  WORKS  HIGH-CLASS  DYERS AND"  /..CLEANERS  Cleaning'  Manuiacli.ircd from the   Bebt ���������  C a 11 a d i a 11    M alt - a n d    Hops.  ^JWf%������������aBai^j5Tr,iar^WTt������^������'i-%i������^-ii^^ n  ! Pilsener Brewins Co..Ld  7  .Cumberland,   B. C.  ? Also Aocnls lor the Famous   U.8.C.  t  and "New  Liie'   Beer. &  *  t  aja  J,  T-J'*'������>atJ������al������������IRHl,|aaWa\r������> ������^������1 ���������������JMM*a������Ja������*lC������iajtla������jaCaT������ltaT,ii.a������l*.^aArW^j^ ���������*������***M*Tm*** **.* VM������rj-���������>*m **T'*<*-*!--��������� ���������aV4*a*i*  I���������������t^���������v���������^r^^���������������������������^^,���������������������������*���������������}���������3'tll.S*1���������?^3.'^^l!^������ii���������VI^t���������a^l"^���������fl',  A New Whisky, in i 'own f  6  MV������ iv.itan������������ sitr.liliW'i (Jartr** ���������*"*."������  Arthur Uis-ciilu^er,   \'icar.  ...   if ���������j,,..-'.a,,&Ja, iS.'-.'wJ"*--- k-������ ',  ...  i i-,-, ni-'liod    Rooms .5.  Iv'.-i'MHiublt":   RaU's V  1 If  'i'i.iui  1 Joust; l'H.-ni "j*  !'..'C.    '!"r.''fp|lOlK: .'���������  1 ������  "' anc  'DISPATCH : '  CUMBERLAND NEWS  I'OUND   >H)TICK.  I'u.'.'lir NoHw; ]'.-;  lu-n-hy   ui^on.  lint on itnd utter   tlm   lotli day nf  Mi.i'i'ii   i'-Jio,    thru tho   provision  Tin-Viciir  of  Ciimliorliuiil   and  ol" rlie Poninl   Dy-l.nw of tin- Civ.  MWKNT AVKNUK   '.f  nn.'H-viir.d.   P>    C 'j'  'i'  ;..,.;..r..!..;..;...;..;,.j,.;..;..;.,;.,;.v.:.  ii >-i ������    M-WR4 +**m+*J***>w-*,ri*i'**T-vi  dib'.iic: ivi-1 Mold -.'*'i,,|.';-.'i^ in the  .-(ilionllioiiM'at lifvaii, on Sund'i.v  ni XL.'it '.! p in., itnd mi >.'Vi'i'y 'al'"  to naiu r'lMuliiy n<  u? im I,  All i.lt'ii.iiiiiiiiitioii.-'uu.'. inviliil to  alU'inl  Ai ;i pnlilii: iiii'i'lino !u-ld in  rln.! C.-ouin-il (Jliiimhcvs on Tiii^dav  (.���������Voiiinjr; ii wns dt/i'idi'd In inild :i  Vii'loria Day CLdi'hniiiou. The  ol'''"i.-!'s woi'L- ch.u'k'il nnd tlie iimn-  111 i I ! i-A:.-���������������   iiiinicd.  ,<>. ,..,j-"!.'s-t/,  t-."������ !  ���������Maonifn'cnt !"  Wl'1,1,   DONK CANADA!  I aa J." S J *. M I    l-   *'  t i ** V IP *:*���������"*���������*'  .      i'��������� H TARBEL.L     |  ,*��������� j,   n.r.  ������itnitr.MWi-������iNIH.rr,'������������aiii      tt  )' .i.'jH GRADE STOVES}  , . ,,.,; mi-uikn urtKhii.:.? Successful Concei-t  jpOi'lliiTJCrtS uOOuS  Jr I   Tiio vouwn LnviMi in iho Ho'  >. "    -Ul<i ^ ; Hn, on ihi! I'vcniiio nl' April :21st.  iiinliji' iliu auj-'pici's of llm   Ali-tlui-  { General Hardware I  i'wl-l    SALH���������A    , Ci.'isok-m  ���������lis! t'liui'cli,   Wii^   woll   nlti'iidi'il,  i'lll'l, o.M'.'pl   Wlllil't' it    WHS illlpdehi-  nln to follow tlio proo'i'iuii,   (iwiiim  lo   thu   uiiiiVcidiilili'    iili-i'tico   ol  ;.'!-���������,  3  hor.su  nowt-r fipyiiK',   ������umr win. v.i!ro to tuku   pni't.   wns  i     i: n' -'liiss     coiVlitlou.       C.,,, j ���������.".'.'-!! ���������������������������'.:" 'pMlity.    Tin. tli-mks  ... ii,.|,iii'    ifii    penpl".      J11si   ol liit: ij'iiiiiiiitl..- .in-    itihi'.    oj-,,1,.  1      ���������   ;'.-.',', 'or tin.' biuiicll t-iiilinsi-   I'ull.Y tt'iidci'i'd    to  tliu   (-fltMiiiii'ii.  ��������� >w i liivt ilu: Milliliter mouths liie Ji������y Sumiiis, Mrs,   (iridic, Mr,  ��������� ���������:':;w   ' *>''\\-\\ \i uii-fv  liiiUi'tilii'r, Mr. Tiislor,   nnd Mr.  i.i.   '..','iueii   liiic on  C\jino\ i U'ill������nihility, "|   Coiiriciniy,   wl-.c  of Ciiinbi'i'liiiid wiil lm Mrii:tly���������cil  I'oi'C.'d. of whi.'h all prisons ullow-  ino (."alllti and hor.-os to run on r'.n-  j-tivfis iii'.1 ri'ipiL'sli'd til lalu' nn'  lice, and ffo\-( rn tln'ii'.Mdvi's ii, -  coi'dilio'v.  Hy ordvr of iho 'Ciiy Coiimdl,  A. MfKi.v.Noy,  (,        Ciiy t.Hi'i'i;.  Ciiy lliill/Kidiriiiii'v '>5ih, I'-ilib  'KOK SAI.K��������� A   fliw-ii   D\ii.":  I,on- and :i liiiinlit'i'of snnill child;-.  Kf.l-.MI   for t(.|l,|||r,     OU'IK'C      M'llllt.-  room. Apply 'Alox lCinf.;', l<'i'  Croiini i'lii'vt'^ur, DuiisiiMiir Aw ,  Cniiihorliiiiil,  Ludiiis' ' and Cn'iulcmr.n's  visilinj.r Cfirds ncutU' printed  al. iIk; Cui*nhi.,i'land Ni.'sv.'i.  I'OR   SAMS���������Wvsi   hftll"   <  Lot 4, I'lock t,   Penrith iivtMiuc.  Apply on premises.  It takes the Oaimdimis to luimile  ������������������ICuificr Hill."  J.  tlie  lu if  wc.itlu'i".   iu  '��������� liine.     l;or pirtioiii-  'his   boat,  cjupiiit:  nt  :: ki.an'h ".���������.' i\\v's,  T}.i; rl'oxi merlin;*"'n? lh������ lionnl of  tradii will Imvo before it ah Hpeciul  biiHiiioHH ft reeointiiendiitioii of its  cfimniillee, which was appointu.i lo  Jook into liitj ijiiu.ivt.tii tii Ui !!*���������":  mlvinubilily of jilncinp a  duty   on  did i-o uiiic-.it to iiuiK't! lo  iiinki! tin'  ,   , , . . ,  j fuel oil,   ll is iindersloo;! tin"! fiotu-  i-iiti-rtaliiiiiciit   it   vt-i'V   fn lovuliii-'    , ,  ���������' " mil lee   fuvorn ������   duly   exaept on  fiini, oil where need   for   liiuiiuf.'w:-  iiud siM'i'c-flul  out',  'l'l.i- t'l.Uiniii't !,a:- i ii.ee i'"T"i  ri'-  i tilling purjiot-un.    CoaI  tnCii  com-  .d ii ..-Hi', ri..iii Mr. .1.    II.    M'-lplaii-Uintthc iinpoiiiition   of fuel  .\;S hind-, id' I'ri'.iiii'.. j ���������"4lill-tii. <--.|.u ->in     miict.; p-iv! :t)-,i \t,jUi Califnndii and otlivr   pin-  )',.),.  ,,;-,   ij|..  ��������� iioci. ������������������'    "'"i-' ,,! ���������' '"' !" '"'   j't'^cui   :i'   res whj. nidi   u   iMiripclitinn   ������liai  1   : !.nl!<<,l   iind   wi'i:, i-i'-'.-ii. theooiil ininine iudu-iry  was  be  . :. ! aixuiMi ), ������������������'   '1 I- ', ��������� * ������������������ ' ii������K vnir.'-<l.    Vauu'iuv������*r Sun.  .   ,,M- M.V. ^Ol.i:   !',      ,      '1 I"--     l. .'iinioi.io     '.i-i.i.ji-������    i,n..  l-if.A v, i'ii li.'.- fpu,-l in thr   ������or|d,  and Pressing  Nt'xt Door to P.nnk ot Coimn.t.'vt!i\  Dunsmuu' Avo. Cumbor a'.icl.  *  MlitLUM^1aAar*rrJ'alJMtI������in1r*yiaWV^-M\^Uav������������l>V^\VUtit *U*%t-*(l-.������lA������-a.J*^.������.������HtjsUaal������aja.,(t  bneimar  HAS    ARRlVliD !  ''Old Sherman*." has aviived in Cuinberlaiid.      '-Old      X  ^^^J_T      Sberinan'1   is a new whiskey in Cuinberlaiid. but  it   is  a>  at.  T     not a NEW wliifkev."   -'Old Shennan"r is 12 \ cars ot     T"  T  ���������2  ���������{���������      age.   possesses  a   wou'derfully ��������� line,   mellow flavor and "���������[  aroma and' has all   tliu  uiln.-r characteristics   of   a fine. ^  old maimed whi-jkev such as onlv -laint'S Cordon ccCo. y  (.I Cila^ow aud Coiulon can jirc-piire. v  Ash the man behind the Bar ia the Cumberbnil Hotel ���������!���������  for "OLD SHAMAN.'-       ��������� |  Mahrer & Co    ^^^^^ ��������� I  , NOTICE  IN Till"; MATTRli'OI? T1IK "N.ivig;i  bl.i \\'.itt'H l'rotecti 11 Act." Clii.plt-r ,  11."), lt. S. (!., 100C, nnd in tl c> matt* r     /������^.!..!..fM!..?,.!.,!..!..!.,,������,...%ai..s.;..s./..!o.!..:..!.,!.,!������i..!..]..,..!..f..i..!..t.^.,!..,..!.ri������<..!..!..>-k:.  ���������    of   iiii   upuliuLUiim   bv   tha   Wookii, j  i                                                                                                                                        -  Dunoil   (!edar C'nmiiiiuy, Liniitwl,   of, ���������  ^_ ,  ���������~���������~ ���������, '. ���������  Unio'i   liiiy,  Vimcoiiver   tdiunl,   in'; ;  the I'.-ovinou of lidllfli   C'lnmliin, j ..pj.iiiiMffiiilinniiw^  for ii|)[)i'ovul  fiiidoi"  tlio fwitl   At't of!"^' ' Vi  certMi.wo-.U8 at J'-anuy l'...y, Viiucou- J  Capital P.dd Up ^ll,!500,OGO. Bo ttnL f, IL 1 ( C.      g  xoti'omI.' urrkm- oivi������.ur..:\   The Royal ��������� Bank of Canada.   S  W'ooka,   Puiioll Ci'tlur Company,  L-milol   :qt   -��������� " ~ b  of Union Bty. in ti.o  "Piovince orii.iti.-li: $  PUAl'TS   IS-l'Kl)   IN   ANY    l.U" II It KNOY,   1'AYAHLK   Al.l. g  L'olumbiii, idtoiul l������ apply iiffor tliocxiii-, g CN'lCll    TllK    WOMUb [i  niiion uf ono mniilli from the iluto df il\o, ?' ^ ,      ,,        .,..,..,.(,  .,,,,,,,, ..���������. -. ..  ���������   , ������  lint pulilkiiU.... or Ups notice lo th, \ M >i'KCl AL AT'.'KNTION pnid to mA \ 1 M.S ACCOU N Is a i.h.t������m  g  Govornor-t.ioncriil in Council I'm- uppiovul   a  nniliM' tlio  "Nuvii;iiblo Waters 1'rotiMjtiiui  Ac," mid uineudi"',' iu'Ih of tlio plans and  n:l.e of a Bliinglo 1. ill,' wharf nnd lioomiiu;  ?i   ut hi;>lio*t  Ciirri'iit���������I5iio'S nlinWid ./n O01 osits of $1 und upwiirdK.   p  "r"i ' ' f.i  I  H  GUMDISItl.AND, B. C , 131101011, 0]ion Daily      T. P. C'ConnWll, Mfyr.  Q  I UNIOM "PAY, B.C, Ih-mich, Open Irtily.      F, "BoewoUh, Wjir. |  ^m..(lH[mM,).oh,i'i.,ill,lobt.ci),iBtri,ct,;| C0URTRNAY    Bi ���������    Branchi  oponDoilvTl. H  Hardwiok,  Mpr g  od 011 Mint otirtinii w.itt-r ha in Piinny Uty, ' ������ S  Vancouver   IhIhuiI.    ufyrcisaid,   lym������  in I %llllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW  front of  11 enrt'dn OVM  ncro  portioii  of  Dtstriot I.ot 43, known uh   Lot   "A,"  in ���������������������������.������������������    ,���������������������������������������������������������������������������  Fanny ])ny, in tho  l'ublio Harbour of  JJiiyiiDH Sound,  NtiwoaHtlo Distriot,  Van-  omivor Isliiiiil, in tlio I'roviiuiC of llritish \  Coliiiiibin, di-Bci'ilmil uu, ooiniiior.iiiiij,' ut u j     (���������}  ])ohI. plunU'd ut thu IntLTiioutioii of hi|;li  water murk of rinniy JJny with Uio North  llouudiiry of Hiiiil bot "A," l)iurlct bot  ^!1, tliciiuu Must PJWU fdi.t, tlio.uiu South  300 f'ot, ilii-niio" ilno Wt'Ht 100U fi-oc m'oio |  or I oh |o lii|{h uator muck, thi'liun nortn-  w.-htwiiidly ollowiuK Niiid liij{li wator  murk to Uio point of buy'iinin^ couUmiliu  mi uri'ii of H.dH iiort'H innro or Iuhh.   Tlio  v'������)  por> PURE ICE C^EAJW |  to  Ditiil workH whuii an ooimtriiotoil,  nro in* I     ;���������)  1 '���������!  tt-ndr-d lo bo UK od f..r  a tthuirfU   mill,:     ^  wlmrf and bouuiiii^ (jroiindi fur tlio Huid  mill.  ICE CREAM SUNDAES  and SODAS  ST'1 Comi; to King's lco. Cream Parlor,  Whoro yon will ������<>i7h������Tu������T GOODS IN TOWN wil'i   (.lootl, Ck'iiD Si.-1'vico   Ice Cream Supplied in Quanlites al Cheap Prices to Balls,  Parlies, Pic Nics, elc, Ql a few hour's nolicc  KINfi'S ICE CREAM PABLOR  (������1  IUM1.EKMN1), B C.    li'  ��������� .laaMiiBia. i"11 rri T -"-'     ' '���������" ���������������������������-a'^^  Dunsnmir Aveniio  ANIJ KUKTIIKIi TAKM NO'J'ICK Unit [    Q������<������Q&<.Xi<;<i<*(!:<WW ������i-K^'a^^S/t'&i'va-i'SJ Vi.'iJvVfi) f>  ii plan of tho propoMud   worliH  logudioi j  with ft dt'fi'iription ot tho mU hnvc liouii;  rb'w.tiiti'il  in tho olllun of llm MiniaUr ol j '^-~~������''--���������-*~"**������~'-���������"<n        *""���������""���������-���������"  I'ublfd Workn, nt OtUwu, and jh iiUii 1111  n^ ww .mm mm  thu otlhio if tho Diiitrmt KogihU'iir ut  TitluH, at tho Oity of Victoria, in tho Pro*  vinci,'of hiitiili Uulmnbia,  liATKHut VanoouviT, 11. (J. thin 10th  .'.... a,: A;-.-:!. A  '* ,i������HS  ISl'CrlANA.V & HULL,  ,'olimtorr. for Applicunt  0  o  A.  J,   N.   McLEOD      ���������P3,.o"pni'EXiir.  LainJ j-Corporal    liolu-rt Uiisli-  fold, ol'   the   -iCnd    lliohlaiiiliTtJ  I >.,,.���������!;   \\ i.'.-i ), i^    ������ '\oi f'i 'I ��������� ,.n.  II {Jiiin''i';l:.i.'l uliortl".'.  KnijliHli 1 x nU'tTON m v-ty^ on lie 'duo, lh������ f.imoi.11 MIIAVAUKICK  UKIJItS-AiihiuiHcr, II, l'..mi������.'. fUhitz. .*;������. "Old) UllHY HP.Mll)"  SC'OTt'll WHISKY, Br.ot Wiiion uud LiquorK of r.U k'u in  Tlm iWnlinR and Uo'h'ii'K l������ p-irtmn.t. miib'r ������l"' i-.i.i'c-i"li..te injii-n. tmuli.....  ItATF.fl,  5.1 00 l  '���������'  oiy .uk" "\-  Vi lim i-l������il U iii 1 K-i> fi-iii'V  V  A1  !  ���������?  %  V-  Hi  4  v.lr

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