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Array , -. *-���������  I  S.  -)   **  ���������~*" /  o>  "-'������������������' *" .   \?>  sv"  -v.".  iO"  Ik  i  '  Devoted Especially to the Interests of Cumberland and Surrounding District.  ������'  i  &  I  j?/  f  ?'���������, ���������  it  to   '  f*M.������������MC38MMjkac������fl3ur  ��������� rf- art'1.  Tins Nr.v.-s^TwKNTv-FiRST Yeau"  CUMBERLAND   B." C , WEDNESDAY^   APRIL 14 .lijj's  Subscription Si.00 a Ykar-  1���������1 mi.iina������iiinii>i m i_iii mi 11 iri ii   'nn   rTn<imic" 11 ii minium  "NEW��������� SPRING ��������� GOODS  3*  Very special in Ladies' House Dresses, made of good quality gingham in  fawn and blue,shades.  ��������� .;    A- Leader,at. $1.50 each.  ;.<������>���������_  New,Crepe Cloths, \\\ Dolly.Vardem  designs. Just the latest for.dresses  and waists. . / - Price 20c. yd  Ladies' Cloth Pumps, in all sizes.  "Specialat $1.95 a'pair  -4B--  For a few days we will place on sale a  good assortment of "Ladies' Skirts,  regular prices to $6.50..   .  ��������� Special price $2.50' see them  Always   remember    our Leader    in  j -  '..'Corsets, at'95c a pair  Ami ens  Antwerp  Proper Pronunciation -  ���������/' of Words In War Zone  ' Tlie. following   is  the  correct  way of "-pronouncing   the   word?  in the   Eastern   war Theatre:���������-  SPKLT l'RONOU i\TCKb  Jnninppcs She uutpp  Przeniysl      . P-jhenr iz-zle. with  the j, pronhun'ced  as in   the  French  word ''jour''  Herzegovina' Hert'tsc go vee nn  Czenstochowa    Chen;; tow ha va  Warthe(or Warta] Vorteh  Words'from the Western War  Zone:���������  Ah me air  In Soauish, Amber  es, in French, An  vers; ,'froni   ''Aant  werp," meaning "at  the- wharf"  Ainu"'  Boo loir yah  Des nitilid,  Leige [in French    Lee aye ah  * Liege)      ���������     ''-  Mainz 3\ly ntz  Kheims   ' ���������     Ranee" or Ran;; or  Ray eems-    '--  Yores He pray  Yser ICesef  Wqevre .   A'uhvr  ' Words iron, the Eastern Thea  tre of War:��������� , .  Ceuinje    , Tzet teen* yelr  Czech' .Check  Dnieper '   Keeper  -Jamslaw ^Jt'iu_riis_lcL\L__  Pawn Rnsska     Rava roos- ka  Aisne  Boulogne  Dixniude,  r. aeirjsoiijCiEascaca  LADIES'   AND   CHILDREN^   WEAR  lUWKaOai&KaBMIUMVMHW.YaMfar  *"*'-'*^~iT~nr*>������in������la'raM|l||>1Malln  IJ     Cotton Crepes, Voiles, Zephyr Ginghams  "Dm-ks, Piques, Gnintcas, Frims'  ji     Ladies' House Drosses from $1.50 to $2 50, in  k sices Ii4 tool1  [j     C'hildrnn's Piny Suits,' Ko mierp, niousos. nnd  l.ustor Suits, in. Duclc, Holland \Ss C"-a"ai<Mi.  Spec a!s in Ladies' and Misses' Middy Blousos.  SIM  Children's While-, Self Colored and Sii'ipad    ,  Wnsh Kats. *    .  )  Ladies' Misses' and Children's Rondy-to Wear  HatB  Lndiet,', MisscV-, You tha' 'ind C";i d'e Tennis  i__.i  n     Bhous in,v/hiie, brown and n������vy.  JlUlilfif   New Models in G \'C Coraats f.-jm 76c. to $&.0"0.  GBIVPS  FURINISMINQS���������Ma*o-to-Me������sui8ClothinR-.   Than* isn't tha,i,.;,8t dowlr  'tithe  ������ k world that you will bo tibsolutely satisfied with imy suit you buy from CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING  i    .Other well dressed men tiro buying it regularly each time Ihey nood new clothes.   If you   havo not y������t  found the make that satisfies you why not Uy CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING next time  B  I    NEWEST STYLES���������In Men's Soft   Felt  Hats,   High  Crown Telescopes in popular shades,   Hard Hats  in   the!  ]    latest shapes,     'Die  popular  Boater shape  Straw  Hats  I . with high crown from #1.50 to $5.00  i&itianBiiaBzanGuasGissBmmaiJji  There will be, an extra good  picture -programme, at tlie Hollo "on i Thursday night.  The    Doiuiui-.m,     Parliament  will  be   prorogued    on   Tliurs'  day.' so says   a    dispatch    from  Ottawa.  -,$-  DEN MAN  ISLAM.) '.NOTES  If  ��������� Thu milk iiidiislry lias begun,  with a liii'otv nun-en limy nver last  year 10 iho coiuleiisorv at Court-  oiniy. Thero are ruiuoi'R eiinvni  that uvenl other far'.r.e.rs n()'e go-  ' ing iu join-in tin"  enturprit-e.  Mrs. \V. Maikic and her daughter, Wiuifrml, l������lt hy train f'ruin  iJiiion Hay on a visit to Vieturin,  , There is soinu criticism over  the loiiir continued silcin-e of the  Den nuiii Islfunl Allilolie, "(..'lub  h'iiviiig its' >pjH;ioiks li..ll closed ������u  loiiu', l.enton season n now ov-  <���������!', ko jiruhiihly wo- may li'-tir  from it. in tlio ni'iir future in the  iisiuil good old style.  The "Misses ludl-lrving spent  ihe week-end nt Little Hiver, hi<-  j 111 >��������� ihe ifiicsls id' Air. and Mis.  'liiiuihiii'k.  Mr. (i. liussell luifi left, for 11  lew iiltmllis vi*-i 1 Id tfnitlmid.  Wo wii.!i him 11 pleasant trip and  a safe return.  Mr. .1. Oilivfr and C. I'ldaney,  - I't-nrcHt'iiting the Commercial He-  , vit w <if Ciiigiiry, atv here in the  interests of that pnhlic.iiti<)n.  *  ������������������it-  Jii(i SNAI*.  Itoystun luis ni'jTMiiijjed  ;i ��������� Con--  t' r^  serviiiivn Assoeiaiiuu.  The handwriting is nn tho wall  ���������"dl right. .Satpctre woldn'r siivt'  them this time. The Lihernl  Sim of Prosperity . will s-non lio  j-liiiiiug. Thero will he no more  graft. \i)  It,looks as if. Austria wis just  about down and out.. The soon  cr the bettor, If Austria should  sue for peace and got it( then will  ho the beginning of the end of  this gigantic struggle,  Ono of tlm windows in tho Ideal  Store was broken by . a r.������ck 011  Friday afternoon, Mv whom,  nnd from whence the rock wns  burled is a inysi������ry. This place  is becoming famous for its chicken dealing, window yunishiuc  nud store robbing, There mnv  bo'an excuse for   a   mini   stealing  !">  Miiuc'liiiig to cut, but   there   is u<i  ('\e.11so for window siiimdiiiig.  The Ciiinberbiiid Liberal At-sn-  einilen met on Monday evening  in I\\ nf I'. Hull, The attcud-  niee tras tint 11K iai'ge us lisil;d  Mr.  It was a very kindly act on the  part of tlie West Cumberland  Conservative Hand, and was  greatly appreciated.  COU KTEN A V 11HSIDKN T  HAD CLOSE CALL  That great medical fraud, vaccination for ejm>.l]pox,isstlll in use.  More leople die from vaccination  than natural smallpox, and more  vaccinated than  unvaccinated  die  veiMjv-vo.  ber ra'"iay va  "Words from the Western'Thea  tre of War:��������� ���������  Ailly        .   ' Aye yee  Aix la chapelle  [Iu Grrmau, Aa  chen; in,Dutch,  Aiken) "'���������        Aks lab sha ])ell  .      ()!>e     ���������  ���������rom smallpox. Tho world, needs  moro sense and less medical super-  stition.���������Ex:  Courtea'ay,. Ajiril 12-.-llube.r5  McQuillan, a resident of ,Courtenay, narrowly escaped drowning  whilo fishing ia the Courtenay  river. Mr, McQuillan was <iish-  ing from a boat anchored in ihe  river at a part "'where tlie water  'runs swiftly, . when the anchor  beuan to drap-. lie went to tlie  bow to pull up - the- anchor, and  the boat wentdown by the head  and overturned and he was thrown  into' the water and carried awa\  by the swift' current. , Two men  who were fishing' nwarbv went'tn  his assistance.  General    Manager   Loekard, *>f ,  the Canadian   C"iiieri������s.   arrived,  lioniti on Friday i'rom   a   biisw/es*  trip to yictor'ta nud Lad,vsmith,      ���������'  Jess Willard, ita    lluW   Lt^avy-  weight'champion   of    the   w.,idd.  will not receive   u   jingle   doHar-  for. dufonting  Jack  Johnson,-  the  formui   title, holder.   ;Afnnowi.w-.  uient to thi* affect, was   ������inil������j0by'  ���������  Dick Ivlegin, one, uf  .'the. prwmo-  ters.    Ho said tho  r^tinpts total 1-.  ed #70,000' and "were' barely   al#l������  to c������������ycr  ex-peiisirs.  The rivei'-now is full   of. trout',  and locjal'''sportsmen   arc   making  good    catches    uf   splendid   fish  j varying irom one to   four pounds.  Aub'e  Hesanc'ou  Huillon  Brabant le rqi  C a 111 bra i  Chalons  Haunuit  Hai  Hav:e  ��������� 'Httv   "  Ma u huge  Ileh zon son  Boo yon-  Brah bon Iuh  rwah  Ko'u brave  Sha loir  Aye no*  A hi  A liver  Wee.  Mow buhxh  -<������.-  1'. I'. Unrr'tii)" can get the  Liberal nomination for th > Fed  end limine il be will accept ol it,  The .several Liberal Association.-  tbruimhoiit this coiistiiiiency are  snti.ifiiMl thnt Mr. ILirrison should  have it. Tlm Li bends of thb  electoral district, are stmug on lo  en I  num.  ���������__���������.ty_���������   Sixty Cliiiiiinion were receiitl)  taken in a mid by the police upon  au alleged oilinbling house in  Vancouver, What 11 jibber there  must, hare been.      *  -<������>-  The following  is  taken  from      Cliarlie Haltofi,   of   the   Hotel  the Cowichau Leader of April  8th:���������South Salt Spring- Island.  "On Monday, March 20th, a  "urge nionoplruc was observed  by some of the residents of Ful-  ford Harbour flying north," but  evidently well over towards. Uie  American side. When seen it  was between the observers aud  Oveas Island. This happened  about 10,30 a. in.''  Mr, Way Andei-Mm. l'roviiioi''!   .  Manager of Thu   iliitish   Coluin  hig-h    Stewai'i,    'lie Lilicr-! bin l.il'i- Assur.mei.    Comp'Oiv,   i  :,l eamlidate for Coiim-.,   :iad Mr. \ tpctiding a few d.i)h in   Cumber  FOIl.SALIv -Ala  gift    price, ������������������"lin M.-Km./j,., jr., u  prtmliiienl  I'laver piiino, in   fit������������������ t 'eln-i rme'i  lioll,     'IJliyi I' geff f*iO   Well    .-i-l.-el'  i(|     )'|i(.oi-:K-     fveo,       \i,Ml>>     |.'i,i ���������  '. 'oiirlcsiiiy  l.iber.d,   weie   pre-u'ii,  ��������� U't) ;i()iU'!-:--i.hI    |)ic     liiei \1\;<J,      ,'\fr  land and   district,    looking   aftei  lite ihlerciilf. of  |,ho  comp-iny, and  i'i'p'ii'!!> thut. tin: I'niiip'iiiv   i <   mak>  ewarl   <ia\'<t    a   yi>w   ii,i������.c(>.-iiiur I n>f ore-it sii<'e'".n   'ind   th-if   let  i .  '   '.|t'l'l|ll������|     (   .''     ll'    ��������� I'll   '     '-������������������ -1 1        ���������      ���������        1. '      '      ,1 !���������     I'l'lili,   ,'  .    ��������� ('.  l.|.l-  ,.l  ,        :0 ������ I     ,      I  Fiftoen carlondn'oi aeroplanes  forueoof tho aeroplane corps of  the Rusf-ian army wiil bc, shipped  to Vladivostok, Siberia, aboard tho  Japuneso moftmor Hakushikn I\lu*  ru. The uir craft will lit) taken a-  board at Tiicornn. Thoy camo  from the onst over tho C. V. 11.  pni'sinj{ thi'ou"!) Seatllo Woiinofi"  day night.  .'Hills of hid inn covering tl^s con:  !-:ii:n)n;nt have not buon ro������  ci.ived, but il is emit mil led that each  ear i;ontain.i at leiint tun nort).  I'lauo"!, a inial   ol   at   least   lot).  be value ihexlim.ited at   between  ���������i;;J,000 and   .M.OOiJeiuih, tv  lot'il ol  between   ffoO.000   and   $000,000  The rtornjiL'tncii are. in  tbo "knock"  down,"  The shipment would Imvc j.'oti"  by wfty   ui    Vivticeuv.v,   but   for a  Cuinberlaiid staff,- receivo.l nasty  cuts about the face by the eol"  lapso of the stairs when' he was  iroiim down into the cellar, die  fell about twelve i'eer It .eauu.'  pretty invar lifting all oil' with the  l%Tango Cocktail Mixer;". au<i  another littm job fur the under-  taker, Charlie will have .to reduce his weight.  ��������� The following is from tho Win  hipeg l^reo Press exjirtisses the  suntini'intf. of the grear, nmjority  of the1 people of Canada in these,  critical times: "���������The people ol  Canada are literally sick over the  disiftistiiifr   revelations   of   oral'.  On, ~  iind cupidity at Oitawa with relation to tin* supplying of oijuip-  meiit for our srddiers in the held,  riin dirty baud of the corrupt  heeler Iium taken loll fivili everybody. The respoiisilii-ity of this  disgrace reMs upon the Hordi������ii  govui'iitneiit. Whon it made the  lilting out of the contingent un  nppoitnuity fnv the i.'\crc'������e 1 f  party pali'ou.ngn it made the  si'iinilah. iiieviiable.  Hear in tiihid the (Itnud I'm-  lellaiilllimit iu the Ilo Ho nil the  ������������������veiling of Wednesday, April til,  Tlteie will be -nilgs, glees, recitations, lubl MUX, etc Tin.  "iiinbeibi'id (ih einen   will lnki- a  ninth, and m more inaii   ;:::!o,iiin-1 urov 01.-,e in-  iinpnivuig.  1 iiiMiil u.ivi.   inu  1 i.1 hiirii 1 wa  .viniu  j will not call ui ih.ii pun  It may lie a JJoininion t-i������eiaon  hfbt. ' Tliw Libcrali are prepared-  tor e.ither or libtli.  Mu*h" Stewart    is. lenv'ino-, in������v-  stone Hiiturned to   win tho tdecti-  on, and the indications   nrt������    tha't.  he wili get   there,.    IJut    tfieiv   i*.  noibing sure   but deatli   and   tlm  tax   collector,  Joii'AJartin i.< .���������iftor-ai.nyor TsiT"  101's scalp again; and the eliances  are that lie will fret, it.  The local (Jouiittrv'ni jvm m-e. not,  MiyMi-g ivniv.h, but tiu'-y are "sn*������rr  ing wood" jnar. ihy sanitf,"  IJonnld ������aY������,   that    ifikfl   ii- tv,,  sum'winner;   atid   ke   ought   ly  know,  We ha^l au id������a thnt Dotuild  and Frank In I Socialisliu t-gmJou-  eies, but we mnv be   mistaken.  We are no Socialist, but we  W<>ll|i| like |o Sre IVkn' Willi-  iims 1 lected ng.iiii. He is iudi������.  pemletii, uud iVarlfes, and llmt is  what tiiiicteuth'* of llm uieinbe.rs  of our priiviiieiiil p;ui'miii������ji.i nre  uot, Them ih notiiing nf tbe  ''I'libber^iBinp" in f.iit* Fuller  Wihiiim-i m ������!,���������/��������� Np, Uni. no  doubt "the uiHcliiue" will m������\u  henvoii and nitrtli to defeat him.  He luu been a lliDi'ii iu \\m Mo-  Jh'ido.Ilnwsoi1 flo������h, and Iuk Ijuum.  nftur oriffur*,  Mr. S. Md! Suiiti, govern ���������  iimnt iusmsiki', wa* iu town this  week.  S! ovTlT Trawbiitl, of Js'iniuimo,  iri'iveil 111 town uii   Tue'iliiv,  K  Miss ll'iix.el    I'mtiie,    teacher in |*'f tho Mici*������'f������ oi tne Liii-'ral eii'.i.'i-1 "   ���������-���������-a -  one   of   'the     Vfu,ro..v,r  v:.o!ie i in that ,,���������! lb;n of ,,���������.   eo,, tit m :,-| , .T!������" U';f'" al1,1  ',lM,i-.V  "{ "[' " j     ^51^^".  mill    of   Ih"  ludive     liMrker,    nf    Siuodtuw,  it'll I court hi'ie ihi-   sw'ck.  .'li.-      ,U'.|'.'        Hi..ic  wlioo's, s'nu-.i tin-   j-visr* r Yuciiimn 1 >\\,    ������������������ir):::-r<\m  ���������.villi her  ; n/'Uit.'.,   Mr.   and   Ali"f>. \ l"'" ,;'' "'''''),:i" "' M< ��������� -r- I'm<-,v.-  .iolrn 1':. !,m'  -atV'  >yn<[<\'-v    ;',.  V'"i."' ii-, .V"-.-....!!.l h.v.-...i.e.- t ��������� ",������������������'..    Adiiiis-i,.ii, -Jo and ."1(1 ������t%  ,,  ... . . ,     ��������� uii ili.-ii' i-..-:d.-!ico in    ||.,.    !;.,���������;,-j in the I.irllu r| ht'ii.n-   :.i   i.ui'i.f'jtt  t-r uii'i i iliivif wln-u   !'n-i   i.rrive'.   '  ������.,     , '        1 * I  aid;   .'!!   il'i|l-l'  0!;    I';ii|'!!l     i'-.'.  Ill   tii'Vli   (ill     \'\ cOr,������"l:|l' ,  1 '"���������  i--"'-  ;" -<" ������-��������� ' ���������>;  "iiiM.'iiii'iinc il.    Tbo  llov   Seoir.  ���������MidiT tb<-tJ'reeiinii i.f    Mr. A   d.I     Wc ..ve phvu-od to vee   llmt.M  1 m-'T   un  neineri'  ami ������in laue  om 11;: 1: t v '-nev i> am.1 lo lie ni'dilllil  *'  agtibi,  11c  -������,���������>���������  ���������1 iii ������������������ c   ���������������   ciiidiMoi,;   ;',  ���������' ������������������' ',        m v     11-; {     \ * i *������      ��������� ��������� 1 -111!;:.  jo..'i'    1 : r   1;     1 oi'   j/.j !;';;.���������,/!-v   ���������,'.,,.,;;;.'-,��������� ,|j)ij   . .>mi,'I.-.    ..  ;1   ;1 de:   1 'liliibc: ] i:;>|    .''-. ',.-.    ,'i.iv.  Iloitt cau ncc ..ud-ite    II*  j'<   ������i    .'���������  , >. ���������      >   ,,*  . ',     '   ��������� , I ���������    , , I !  '1   ,\     -"11' lit 1."  I    -  'I  lit i.-,t J ..:-..'  H. '' . i "  1 ,i\'.n'.:: '.iii'i ���������.  ! .-d ������������������������������������ '! im:  (Mii|.hen  lo  cts,    (!o   aid   helj  she elmreh. and get n   b.m-t hi iw-  ��������� i'|i'A;i|i| Vi.')i|\   of    ,!;e    liidt'lllll-  1  .'.'.1  .'iddie-s' bi 11 ������i 1111 -ii.i.i'i-- need .-ill   the   le-lp'  ' , i\ii-io!ii      llbo'la rein.'.-lr- w- 1i;k-  i'.  i 's nmaii Is-i ibeyean eet iimi'ic ������������������ 1 In.-   itv������ii������lt ,       .   ..    . ,  7| '      H^U'-''      ���������p������,:������('!iy       ������l������ie;    iind    W(������  Mi-r������ KhoJn lliekle mr^d  Imme on Sund.iy I't.ini n ������cry  iilenMint Ivi-ter   holiday   vv-it-   trv  .1'Jir.  and narrow n;<\,  hav no  d<mbt id it. THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  READ   THE-LABEL  *=^  COR   THE  '      SUMER  ON- N  UM-   JX  ALUM   t  PHATE  SU LP H  MISLED  PROTECTION OP THE CON-  THE INGREDIENTS A  PLAINLY PRINTED ON THE LABEL.  IS THE ONLY WELL-KNOWN MEDI  PRICED BAKING POWDER MADE IN  CANADA THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN  ALUM AND WHICH HAS ALL THE  INGREDIENTS PLAIN LY STAT ED ON  THE    LABEL.  MAGIC   BAKING   POWDER  , CONTAINS    NO   ALUM,  SoSOMETIMJES    REFERRED   TO*  -AS   SUL-  OF    ALUMINA    OR    SODIC   ALUMINIC  ATE.      THE   PUBLIC   SHOULD   NOT   BE  BY   THESE   TECHNICAL   NAMES.  GILLETT   COMPANY LIMITED  EG TORONTO.   ONT. 'MONTREAL  What Did He Mean?  A gentleman,' while at a club in  "Washington a short time ago, became  engaged ia a.desultory conversation  with a prominent Imancicr and representative from the south. The groat  man   is ot a most economical habit,  "and It is difficult for him to talk for  any great length 61.' time without  touching upon the subject of economy.  Sure enough, he suddenly invited attention to Uie suit of clothes he was  wearing.  -."I have never believed," said lie,  opening his coat., the better to display  the details of the suit, "in paying  fancy prices for cut to measure garments.   Now, here is a suit for "which  "I-paid eight dollars.a'nd ninety-eight  cents. Appearances1 are very deceptive. If 1 told you I purchased if for  thirty-live dollars, you'd undoubtedly  believe that to be the truth."   .  His friend viewed ihe suit critically  for a moment as he replied, "I would,  If you told me over the telephone."  ���������Washington Star.  A Safe Pill, For Suffering Women.���������  The Recluded life of women which  permits of little healtnful exorcise,  is a fruitful cause of derangements of  the stomach and liver and is accountable for Uie pains and lassitude that  oo many experience. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will correct irregularities  of the digestive organs and restore  health and vigor. The most delicate  woman can use thom with safety,  because their action, while effective is  mild and soothing;     ���������    ���������  "We had a military dinner today."  "I don't underitand."  "A flank steak." -    -  "How'd you get along with" it?" .  "I gave it a tough battle?, but it resisted my attack.."  Business   Imp=^W.heEPJviU_yimr^mai^stAi,aJiiil>  mer? ���������  Satan���������1 think I'll stay in town; I  nc ticca lot, of people are coming .from  the country.  Unanswerable  ���������   Little Robert was playing with his  army of tin soldiers one Sunday afternoon, when ,his mother entered    the  room.  ���������"Why, Bob," sho exclaimed, "how  many times have I told you not to  play with your army on Sunday?"  "Well, you see, mother," explained  Bob, "this is the Salvation Army."���������  "Everybody's "Magazine.  Correct  "HI���������What course is Sarah studying  nt thnt hoarding school?  SI���������r can't remember, but I think  U'b cosmetics.  u  Lessons  Come  ������������������ Easier  m  JF the "child has a  *��������� big,   generous [?  light to study by.  Tho  J  AT*  lamp savo3 eyo  strain. \ It is kerosene light at its beat  ��������� clear, mellow,  and unfiickering;.  The RAYO d<m not  amoka or smell. It Is  easy to light, easy to.  clean, and easy to re-;  wick. ThokRAYO  costs little, ���������but you  cannot' pot a hotter  lamp at any prlco.  Made in Canada  HOYAUTE Oil ii U.t f.r .tl mi  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Uall.d  Wliiittn  Qa������������������<  YakOtftr T*'*tto OlUwl  Wlaiitfaf    Citfiff   R'lUa Mtalratl  H������Il������l_ I ���������������������������������������������������������   Jta.tnlM  German Ghouls Rob Dead  From' the battlefield of Soissons a  correspondent sends the story of. a  German soldier who was shot tor  stealing watches from tho dead.  "When I was almost at the" door of  the house where I am stopping, this  evening, l.saw, in the glare of the  lamplight from the doorway, a French  soldier with a German prisoner. The  , soldier was looking into the lighted  , hallway aud tha German stood dejectedly, with his head down and his right,  arm in a sling. A Swiss fugitive was  with me, a young man from the devastated town, of Senlis, and he asked  permission of the soldier to speak io  the prisoner.  "Don't let the 'Officer see you talking when he comes out of the house,"  said life Frenchman.  At the lirst words of, the Swiss  the prisoner smiled with relief, and,  stepping aside in the darkness,  seated himself wearily on a stone.  He said his arm "was broken. In the  light I had seen that the sleeve was  torn and bloody.  "I'm suffering terribly," he.said'to  the Swiss. "My hand is swoollen to  twice the size and 1 am in terrible  pain. 1 was caught because 1 was  too weak and sick at the stomach  to get away. Now, iustead of taking  me to the hospital, they- bring me  here.   I am very much worried."  "Don't worry," said the "Swiss.  "The French are very kind to their  prisoners. ������������������ They will take you to  the hospital and get your arm well  and then they will make you do easy  work."  As the two men talked, L noticed  the injured arm,moving in the bandage. It seemed' to me that the  sling hung loosely from tlie neck, instead of being weighted down with  the wounded arm*. ...  The French soldier "was worriedly  keeping  his  eye  on  the  open  door-  way, waiting for .the_ officer he -' had  "been sent to ask for. 5ly~Swiss~friend"  unriolicing, talked on, trying to assure  ) the young German giant that no harm  ' would come to him.  "*\ye've seen hundreds of German  prisoners in this town," said the  would be comforter,, "and not a one  of thom has been harmed by the  French. The ��������� two hospitals are full  of wounded Germans, and you'll go  to a hospital, too."  "But why do they bring mo here?"  asked the German, almost in a  whimper. "I'm afraid they'll shoot  me. Help me, if you can," he pleaded.  Then I saw a thing that made me  give a half yell. "Look out!" 1  think I shouted, "His arm is out of  the bandage," I thought the Ger-1  man was reaching for a revolver.  The Swiss jumped back and shouted  to the French soldier. Just at that  instant the Froncn officer appeared  in the lighted doorway. "Whero is  that prisoner?" ho said, "Here,"  said the . "renchman, reaching ovor  and tailing the Gorman by tlie left  arm, lie dragged the prisoner into Uie  light.  We saw then that his arm was  not in tho nling. instead it hung,  limp ami bloody, in u moat, grotesque  position,'for the great swoollen fingers of what had once looked like a  human hand were In the man's coat  pocket.  "Take your hand out of your pocket," iiitld tho officer. The uppor  part, of tins prisoner's firm twitched  with the .effort; his-faco writhed In  pain. J lis arm was broken and lio  could not move (.lie low or pari, of It.  "I"ring ii doctor,',' ordered tho of-  flclinr. A Mod Ci-ohb olTIolnl came nnd  until}' lifted tlie terribly swollen  Hand from tlie pockot and put It back  lnlo tlu: .-.ling. Thon we n:iw the doctor put his own hand into Iho pockot  and bring out llro wntohoH and  small handful of French silver mono  "Stolen from tho doiul," said I..  olilrtT, "No wonder ho wns lry!nn  to'uni|ity his pocket with Hint broken  arm," Tho officer examined tlio  walchoH and I'mim) lliey woro nil  French, "Hn doesn ��������� belong In ii llm]  (Irons hospital," Hiild the officer.  "Take, him to a collar. It's Unbilled  fur him,"  And Hie novt morning, aftor a short  court martial, ho was shut.  !���������������������������.'  4  ���������t  ���������aw*  W. N. U. 1031  The New Submarines  Armament is to be deplored, but no  one is asserting that one nation can  disarm while the powers about it con-  .inue to build dreadnoughts and organize new army corps. Therefore,  although our military requirements,  through the very .inliuence ������f geographical location, are not so great as  those' of the other powerful nations,  it is still essential that whatever of  i r.rmy. and navy we do have should  be efficient.  To this end the l ew submarine has  been designed., It is over twice as  large as any now in use in the war,  and it has a greater speed. In addition, it is fitted with a powerful wireless apparatus, and with the new  Americau device .which enables a vessel of this type to stay under water  safely for a longer period than those  of tho other nations. The important  part that tho submarino has played  in the present conflict shows what an  importance the little vessels - of destruction may have in any conflict of  the future. Tho American navy can  perfect the submarino at a cost far  less than that entailed by, the construction of'tho super-dreadnoughts,  and the new' type of submarine is a  decidedly forward step toward* the  ends of boui economy and efficiency.  ���������Boston Advertiser.  WHITE AS1 GHOST  Pale or Sallow Cheeks One ol the First  Signs of Anaemia  Palo and sallow cheeks, with blanched lips and gums, and dark circles un-  aer the eyes, aro the first signs that'  anaemia has begun its deadly progress. This ��������� first warning is followed  by great weariness and breathlessness  after''any exertion." You grow melan-"  choiy,    have    frequent     headaches,  -������������������alee in the morning feeling tired.  You become morbid and nervous,  starting at the slightest noise, and  your heart palpitates violently even  on going upstairs.    Most girls from  -ui'ieen to twenty suffer from anaemia. Neglect to supply new blood to  the languishing, bloodless body, means  a lifo of misery���������indeed it is an open  invitation to that rn^st hopeless of all  diseases, consumption. "'  \The new, rich blood that cures an-  Anna and gives new health and  strength is readily created by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. That is why these  pills have cured more cases of blood-  le'ssness and blood disorders than any  other medicine. They have made  thousands of girls and women strong,  well^ and .rosy,1 with bright eyes and  new .energy, just because they nourish  die bod.'yi'with the now, rich, red blood  of health. ' Here is a typical instance,  Miss. LaUra Dempsey, Auburn, N.Y.,  says:" "For several months I was in a  very bad fctate of healtn, with many  of the symptoms that accompany anaemia.   I was', pale and bloodless, had  i-terrihle_h.eadach.es. .w_o_ul d_b e_b r e_a.l h_  less at the least exertion. Having tried  a n.umber of medicines witho.pt relief  [ naturally became discouraged and  began to fear that I was doomed to  continued illness. At this stage' a  friend who had herself been benefitted  by Dr." Williams' Pink Pills urged  me to try them. I did so and thanks  to the pills I am now enjoying the  best of health, and feel that I cannot  recommend this splendid medicine  too highly."  Other weak nnd ailing girls can also  obtain new health and strength  through the use of Dr. Williams' Pink  i'ills. . You can get these pills through  any medicine dealer,- or they will bo  sent by mail post paid at CO cents  a box or six boxes for $2.1T>n by writing  Tho Dr. Williams' Medlclno Co,,  Urockville.Ont.  ANOTHER IRON CROSS  Captain of Ship Sunk by British Also  Decorated  Captain Aye, of tlio auxiliary cruiser Kaiser Wilhelm Dor Grosse, which  was sunk off tho west coast of Africa  by a British cruiser tho latter part of  August, has been decorated with iho  Iron Cross of tho lirst claas. In. a  statement mado to tho JJcrlinger  Tageblatt, dipt. Ayo says ho managed  to return to Germany as stokor ou a  neutral vessel,  Word from Las Talmas, Canary  Islands, November j'j, said that 10  officers, from tho Kaiser Wiiholm  Dor Grouse, who was on parole, had  oscapoil In a Dutch stoamor. Thoy  wero disguised ns firemen, Tho mon  had boon lodged on a Gcrimin steamer  moored in tlio harbor ut Las Palmns,  Mlnard'fl Liniment Curee Diphtheria,  Mario���������Al tho plncn whero I was  i pending ">y vacation tills mi miner  a froHh > omit? farmer tried to kiss  mo. Ho told mo ho'd never kissed n  girl in his ilfo.  Ethel-What did you nny to him?  Mario���������I told lilm that I waa uo  ni't'lenltiiriil  experiment -plnllnn.  Foolish Query  "Well,  fionny,"    wild    tlio  pationt  druggist to the imiall boy who had  boon hanging about the ntoro for half  nn hour, eagerly eyeing    Iho candy  ,./,.,,.!,,,<    "il,.   ,.nn   Vint   (f>   Iimv   "fwiin  candyt"  "Course i wnntnr, but I enn't; mothor uont mo to buy Boap,"  Time Has Tested.���������Dr. Thomas'  l-y.leetric <H1 has boon on tho market  upwards of thirty years nud In .that  tlni'6 It hits proved a blessing to  lliiiusniiils. It is in high favor throughout Canada, nnd its excellence litis  on rr 14(1 ii������ f imio beyond Uio sens, It  has no initial lu tho wholu list of liniments. If it. were doii'ile tjio prlco n  wouhi bo u cheap liniment,'  "Playing Safe"  'J'lio Kaiser has prohibited moving  picture iiidii from "taking" any of  the military operation,-���������Merlin kilter,  .lust as well, Some Hp.'irtnn Qumuai  mothers whoso hoiis nro being poured  into tho hopper might wonder why  none of tho llnhi-nyollcrn buys nro  loading those mans.'d Infantry charges  against France's macliltio guns and  lirltuln'R "contemptible littlo army."���������  Now York llernlii.  Tommy���������Pop, a man Is a bncholor  until ho gets married, isn't ho?  'Pmiimy'i Pop���������Ye.i. mv ������on.  Tommy���������And what doou ho call  luuiMuii aiitt ^.uii;  Tummy's Pop -I'd halo to toll you,  my sou.  Vandals in King Albert's'Palace  A neutral correspondent, writing  from Brussels, informs us that all the  grounds of the Palace of Laeken, one  of King Albert's summer" residences,  are occupied by troops, but tlie palace itself was occupied only for tliree  days by officers.  The waiter who was commissioned  to bring in their meals from one of  the Brussels hotels waxed indignant  over the destruction the German officers ,,did among the pictures" and old  furniture. The . officers would only  dine at the palace. The order Would  be to serve dinner for tifty officers  at eight and for ten servants at ten.  This went on for three days just after the occupation of Brussels.  On tho third day-dinner was ordered for 6.30 and was accordingly  sent, but when the waiters arrived  no officers were to be seen, but the  place was in a terrible state.  The officers seem to have received  marching orders hurriedly, but before  leaving the waiter said they cut the  painting's with knives, shot holes in  the furniture and tore great holes  in the carpets.  They reported they had been furnished with a regular calendar of  dates, and were due to arrive in London on a specified day, which appointment  they would  certainly keep.  But the date has now passed, and  it is feared that they will incur royal  displeasure for not being up to date.  Jolting Ye  Benedict  Some time ago there was a meeting  of a historical society in a New Eug-  land town, and during the afternoon a  visiting woman was introduced to a  member of the, local organization, who  chanced to be a spinster. Eventually  tlie single blessedness was alluded to.  "May I ask, Miss Smith," remarked  the visitor, "if you have any particular  reasons for not caring to marry?"  "Well," smilingly replied the spinster, "It may be because 1 ..have three  things about my house which so closely represented the characteristics of  the average man that I am ��������� warned  against the married state.",  "I don't think T quite understand  you, Miss Smith," was the wondering  response of the other.  "It's this way," explained the spinster; "I have a dog that growls all the  morning, a parrot that swears all the  afternoon, and a cat that stays out all  night."���������Philadelphia Telegraph.-  ^DISTEMPER  Pink  Eye,   Epizootic^  .   Shipping   Fever,  arid Catarrhal Fever.  Sura cure and positive preventive, no matter how horses  at any age are Infected or "exposed." Liquid, given on the  tongue, acts on the Blood and Glands, expels the poisonous  germs from the body. Cures Distemper ln Dogs and Sheep  and Cholera In Poultry. Largest selling live stock remedy.  Cures La Grippe amonr human beings and is a fine kidney  remedy. Cut this out. Keep'lt. Show It to your druggist,  who will get.lt for you, Free Booklet.-"Distemper, Causes  and Cures." DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL WHOLESALB  DRUGGISTS.  SPOHN    "MEDICAL    CO.,   Chemists  and  Bacteriologists,  .       _        ,       GOSHEN. IND., U.3iA.  "I think I know what brought you  here," said tho good police court'missionary to tho very hard proposition  who faced him in the dim but by no  means religious light of the cell.- '  ���������"Oh, do yer?" grunted the prisoner,  in a sudden non-co-^mitaltone.  "Ah, my poor friend," continued tho  good man, "why aidn't you light harder?" ���������   ��������� '  "Well, guv'nor, I done my tiest,"  said the -sad case. "It took six' o' 'em  to put me on '.the blinkin" hamber-  lance."  DianTL'IkerCotd-Steei"  A private in''1 the Cameron Iiigh-  landdrs describes a bayonet charge  which routed part of the enemy,s  forces in the battle of the Aitne. The  Camerous were a unit in the First  Brigade, and on September' 14 the  Germans attacked the brigade, which  had tho Camerons and the 6'old-  slroam Guards and the 'Scots Guards  on their flanks, , At one time the  flanks seemed ,to be getting into a  tight corner, and tho Camerons resorted to the bayonet. "We had to  cover about 200 yards or so," he says,  "and tho Gorman/machine guns were  on us, but we kept at it and they scattered. The Prussian Guards wero  amongst tho enemy's forces' at this  point, and they^ too preferred flight  to meeting the bare steel."  'Strategy  Hans and Fritz," two small boys, had  gone to th'Os rluk to skate. Han's overcoat hampered htm and he wanted to  got rid of it. ThcGernian coatroom  person dous not check you coat unless  yo'i pay your fee. Tlio fuo vas only a  penny, but Hans did not have the  penny,1   Ho was at a loss,  "Huh, it's dead easy!" - spoke up  Fritz, "Give mo your overcoat, I'll  tako lt to tho miui at tho checking  place and say I found It, He'll put lt  away. Whon you tiro ready to go  homo, you go to him and ask If anybody has turned a lost uvercoat In to  Mm. Then, of com so, you'll get  yours."���������Now Vork Hvonlug l'ost.  How to Find 'Em  It has' often been salu that a .low,  llkowlso n Bon of Caledonia, will grab  at money ho he alive or,dead, Ikey  Abramovltch wan working in a wood  tmichlno shop and run his hand  against a circular saw so that two  lingers fell ol! and got In amongst  tho siiwdii: I, Tliey hurried him away  to the hospital, and two of his mate's  began looking for his lingers among  tho sawdust, when In walked tho foreman. "What In Hades are you looking  for?" asked lio. "We're-trying to locate Ikoy's lliigont," sultl ouo of them.  With a snort of roniumpl the fore-  man throw a Hllver dollar on tho Moor  when out. from tin. hiiwiJuhI wriggled  Uio two lliige'rH, groping for tho  money!  n  He--Do you think thut money Is  iiPceHHiiry to ImppitiOHH,  Hh���������������Not If ouo has unlimited  credit,  In the Early Hours  Mrs, Clnbloigh (as hubby leaven for  office)���������-And  you  will  como    homo  curly, won't you, John'!  Cluhlclgh���������-Voh, dear; I'll try hard  ttol to bu lute, fur Iii'i:.il.fa:it.  Reasonable  Wlfo���������Oh, (Jnorgfi, do order t rat  trap to be sent homo todny.  (ieoi'Ku -Hut you bought ons List  woek.  Wlfn Yen. dear, tmt thcro's a rat  in lh*t  Getting Even  Wlfft���������Vnw. John, my ulster Holle  and her steady are coming to call on  dr tonight. Ho you must net tho part  of nn Ideally happy married man.  She's not uuito Hiiro of him yot. .,  John (savagely)���������Leave ii to mo!  Thut lobfttor trimmed mo on a horso  trado oticol   Leave it to mo.  Sore  EyesjH  Grnniilnfrd FvHIiR  K)������������ in'Uiiit-d by expo*  ���������nre io Shu, Db������I������nd Wlial  <*lc!yre)>vYd by Marie*  Remedy. No Smarting,  ".ye  Comlort,    At  "Yes," suid tho storekeeper, "I  vvfinl. ������ good, bright boy to bo partly Indoors and partly   outdoors."  "That's all right," said tha appll-  cant, "hit what    hoeomoH    of    mo,  WHOM   t.iu  uuui   iwu,.-,  a',.ut','"  He  Also  Works  Father���������My son, I worked my way  through cnrVgo.  17���������Maybe you don't call It work to  bavn to wash my runabout before 1  C.'lll lllko 11 OUT ������u:fjr" ti.uulii,i>   iui'tol-  noon,  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting the highest prices' for WHEAT, OAT8,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM  AND PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,  .   THE WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS' AGENT8..  ADDRESS   701-703   Y.,  GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG.  FRANCE   MAY   EXHIBIT  U.S.  G  Will Place Naval Vessel at  France's Disposal  A semi official communication from  Bordeaux announcing the intention of  the government to participate in the  Panama Pacific International exposition, says this country's participation  will be an expression of the good  will of the French toward the United  States, and that it Is- the desire of  France to draw yet closer the bonds  connecting the two great republics.  The communication says that Myron  T. Herrick, the retiring American ambassador to Prance, recently expressed an earnest desire to see France affirm again her sympathetic feelings  towards the American people, and  Charles C. Moore, president of the  exposition, m a message to Minister  of the Interior Malvy,- referred to tho  immense satisfaction caused in tho  United States, by- the" determination  of France to he represented officially.  The communication sketches- tho  character-of the French participation,  and says that ample spaces have been  allotted to French industry and to  show the achievements in French art,  science and engineering. It announces  that the American government has  placed at tho disposition of the exhibitors a naval vessel which will  leave a French port early in January  to transport exhibits to the United  States free of charge.  ��������� An Economist ,  "So you have given your wife your  word that you' will favor votes for  women?"  , "Yes," replied the man who dislikes  argument '    .  "What are your reasons for doing  so?"  "It's cheaper. If I say I'm not in  favor of votes for women, it's liable to  hurt my wife's feelings so that it will  take as mv.ch as a diamond necklace  to enable me to square myself."���������  Washington Star.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Last winter I received  great benefit from" the use of MIN-  AIID'S LINIMENT in a severe attack  of La Grippe, and I havo frequently  proved' it to be very effective in cases  of Inflammation. ,  Yours,  W. A. HUTCHINSON.  The First symptom  The church of a small town in the  malaria country, "find a hot air plant  installed as a porvislon for cold  weathor- On tlie Sunday when tho  now appliance was lirst used, a  widow and hor yellow skinned, ague  stricken son came from their home,  sevoral miles away, to attend tho  service. As luck would have it, iho  usher escorted tho pair to a pow  that was directly over a register.  Presently, as the janitor fed tho furnace in tho basement bolow, tho boy  boy bogiin to wrigglo and twist.  ".Mu," ho whispered, "I got to go!  I ain't feeling well."  "What's thu matter'!" inquired his  niothor. "Air you Jlxin' to havo another spell Y"  "Ycs&um; must bo," sali. tho sufferer.' "1 kin l'ol tho fever coming  up my lalgs."  Seditious Literature  Seditious mutter should not bo circulated in Can..da in timo of war.  Whon tlio justice of llrllnin'H causo is  no widely admitted thero Is n particular argument, against tlio practice,  If there aro sections of tlio Canadian  public served by soilitlo", 1 matter at  this time they shoul<> bo willing to  glvo lt up as n courtesy to Uio nation in which thfty nro making tholr  living and enjoying tho privileges of  freedom and ponce, Thu tompor of  lho Canadian people will he uroimed  to a diiiigi-roiiH oxtont against foreigners of inimical nntlonallUoH unless  tlm pro-German propaganda stops at  the borders of Canada.--Montreal  null.  WSJ  The Sweetest Story  ever told is to tell  the story of  E,D. SMITH'S  J A MS  Just fresh picked fruit  and granulated sugar.  Could anything be  sweeter  Can be had from your  Grocer  m$xm  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHINa  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  MRSo  WlNSLOW'S  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIO  Js no more necessary  than Smallpox, 'Army  experience has demonstrated  the almost miraculous efficacy, and harmlessnesj, of Antityphoid Vaccination.  Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and  your family.   It is more rital than house insurance.  Asle your physlclsn, drunnlst, or send for "Havo  jrouhad Typhoid?" telline of Typhoid Vaccine,  -fvSults-frcni use.^nnd d?.i.'*5r=frQ!3!=T,rr*ho!d-Carricrt =  "THE CUTTER LABORATORY,  DEBnEI.EY, CAL  PlODUCiNO VACCINE* * OtSUm UhOtH U. S, SSV. LICIUII  The Hinor List  Kaiser Wilhelm has decorated General Von Bootschur with tho* Legion  of the Bltfody Kaculcheon for conspicuous recklessness in" burning  towns.  Count Von Strut has be.n made a  Knight of the Hed/Suspender-i'or hia  ex-sellout recorc. in shooting non-  combatants.  A Gold Bootjack has been bestowed  upon Professor Vor. jfuhlhardi for* hia  notable book on "Tho llosumption of  Specious Argument."  General Von Swillcr, of the Ruth- '  skeller Marines, who recently led a  brave attack upon a defenseless community, has boon put in command of*  tho Imperial Insufferablos.  Captain Freschonbed, of '.he Royal  Villagers, has been promoted to tho  Looting Lancers in honor of his activity in destroying cathedrals ,and  "objota d'art."���������LUo.  A pleasant medicine for children Is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and thoro Is nothing better for driving  worms from tho system.  What Benny Hopes  Mr. Uromioy (enlightening the fura-  liy)-���������The- map of   hhiropo    will    bo  greatly changed after this war,"  lleiiny Hmniley (ag.il 11, ut hifl  guography leasun)--Ceo! I hoi.o  they'll niuko it as easy to draw as  South America!" ��������� i  Earnest Youth���������rather, what qualifications do you need to bo u member  of the BUprcmo court?  Fatlior���������You have to he thoroughly  rcHpectulilo, honorable beyond reproach, iiiul bo able lo wi'l'.e IOiikIIhI.  ln Riieh a way tliat no other lawyer  will bo qulto Biiro what you mean,���������  Life.  An Intereoted Party  'Can I git olf today, bona?"  "U'lmt for?"  "A weddln'."  "Ilo you havo to go?"  "VA  llko  to,  Hlr-l'm    tho    bridegroom,"  It's  curious,  but  tho  ono    that  utriltoa you Ib the one '.hat In broke.  Caurjht a Tartar  Durb : ii military review nt Alder-  Hhot hiHt summer one of the foreign  attaches had made himself obnoxious  to Hoverul stall' officers by asking ridiculous nnd often impertinent niion-  tlotiH. At last ho caught a Tartar,  Turning to un old Infantry officer ho  said, "How Ih lt, Colonel, Unit your  buglo call 'Advance' Ih ho very tdiort,  while tlio 'IU'treat' in Just the io-  verso?"  "Ileeautip, ������lr," replied llm old velor-  an, "when ti llrlllKli Holdfor gouN Into  action It only needi, a little note from  a buglo to mako lilm i.ilvunco nny-  where, but It lakes a whole bruu������  hand to mako him retire!" ���������  AGJIKG BACK GiiTS RHUEF QUICK!  ONE RUB WITH "NERVILINE" CURES  Wait Dnin^n't SOr j*i  Saivtthi T\A>t*21c. FortUokoiiheExfrreatk  Exfrreatk  Itaigjjrtifi oi Marlsetfeiliat4yC������.,iple������i������  The Mouth of Dabei  Precocious   Child���������Ma in ma,   whon  people got fltiffrngo, iIocb it junt como  for two or three clayu and thon go  away, or dooi n hit. n Irmir tlm������������. Hkrt  whooping cough and mensles?  Alkali llm���������And to Hllppfiry   8am  died with hl������ boot* on, eh?  ,    Hrondio mm���������No ba died   with   my  bootii on.  That'll how he came to die.  flh*���������W* womnn ).������v������ to aland a lot.  He���������Not in thf atren-t car������ if jrou'rt  ttrotty.���������Uoftlob Ttkuiactlut  Every Bit  uf SL.rT.i^oa  Soreness Goes When  "Nerviline" Is Used  U.lJ  Pain in back or sido It) awful hard to  roach. Deep in tho tissue is a congested or strained hiubcIo. it Ih a loan; j  way for a liniment to go, LlnlruonU  you l������uvu Ukuid havo uot reached it,  and tho pain botiium you, whither  moving or lying down.  What a pity you haven't tried Nerviline'   Penetrating, you auk?   Yen, mid  powerful, too.   Nrrvlllno striken In far  deeper th.in any app'.lcallon you h������i������j  ��������� <������v<ir uaod. You might pay a dollar, ran f  .iniinrH n hundred, for that matter, but  jou could uot t-fiuaJ Nori'l'mo, miner  In strength, quickness of uctlon, or  permtuioucy of relief.  If you think this too much to say  for Nurvilluo, try it, and bo con-  v'neod.  If you rccoivo from Norvllino ovon  a. UUlt lea* rell������f from p;iln tlmn  thU ndvertlfloinent Induces you to expert vt,u can   get your money back.  Thft only puln remedy In tho world  gild under a guarantco U NervJilne���������  nurily it i������ ������afo to try It.  N'crv'Mlne (a sold by dniKgliifd Hvtry-  wlirri', 2& cents or fin conln a bottle, o������  dirctt    friars Th* CaUrrhoioae Co  Kingston, Canada.  a  a  i  II  m\  )ir  ���������ii  ������������������"V  .  -i?' i'  w  Jto' '  fi:  B  If  I?  4V\  I  I  li,  jr'  -a,  s.  /r  "7?*?  (''  ^ t      '  1     )'  V,:  Vi  -if!  "if.'  ��������� i,  D-'-  i  iU  \i}  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  -lartMiHtiflkM  The Wretchedness  <6f Constipation  Can quickly b? overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER P  , Purely vi  ���������act surely  -.sentiy on ll.  ���������liver. Cure  . Biliousness,  Head-  ���������ache,  :Dizzi- _  ���������oess, and Indigestion.    They  do  their "duty.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  ril  nn  . Innocents Slain by Teutons  Further charges.of atrocities by the  jermans in Belgium,. including the  ^legation _ that a total of at least 2,-  ,50 civilians were executed at Tam-  .iies, Dinant and in Belgian Luxem-  jerg are made by the Belgian war  jareau. Describing the alleged inass-  :crea the report sa'ys: '  "At Tamiues 450 men were collect-  jd in front of the church and shot  iown.' by machine guns, 260 , houses  ivere sacked und burned. Many persons, including women and children,'  .vere burned in their homes. -. Others  .vere shot in the fields while endeavoring to escape," The total number  jf victims is tioO."  Similar scenes were enacted at  Jinant, the report, declares. More  .han 700 inhabitants were killed and  only 200 houses of 1,400 remained  standiug.  Tho  worst excesses,   were  in' the  Uelgian provinces of Lusemberg, the  statement  says:/ "Everywhere ' the  plundering was systematic and complete.    The executions iu the village  of this province alone , totulled 1,000,  Three thousand houses were burucd  and the destruction was almost complete.    Many  Germans,  it is  alleged I  were attacked by the populace.   The  inhabitants    say   the   only   possible  ground for the. crimes was that tho  soldiers were drunu and took pleasure  in  indicting    suffering.    They    wore  angered-by the resistance of the Belgian army,   or   were, under'orders to  systematically , destroy    from    their  superiors."    ;' ,  It is further asserted that at Tarn-  ines when the shooting by rifle was  too slow, the German officers ordered  up a machine gun and those not killed  by the bullets>from this weapon were  finished by bayonet thrusts.  THE TERRIBLE COSSACK  TOO MANY CHILDREN  are undersize, under-xveight  rjtsffittsxs, ������? j 'ujfts-^-sss. s* ass  nave no ambition and do not progress.  Say Germans Alone Use "Dum-Dumi"  The war office has issued a state-  Ferocious  In  War, the Tsar's    "Far; ment denying German allegations that  ���������  ���������- ���������    . . - .  ..> .       ^       . a        ��������� ill UnififK a) win nno       VtnvTn        npnrl        'Mn ������>1 _  Riders" Are Tillers of Soil In  Peace Timo  Such children need the rich medicinal  lourishnient in Scott'e Emulsion above  sverything- else; its pure cod liver oil contains nature's own blood-forming, flesh-  building fats which quickly show in'rosy  rheeks, better appetite, firm flesh and  sturdy frames.  If your children are languid, tired  when, rising catcli cold easily or find  :heir studies difficult, give them Scott'i  Emulsion; it supplies the very food elements that their systems lack.-  Scott't*-Emulsion contains no harmful  Irugs and is so'good for growing children  t's a pity to keep it from them.  -1-47      Scott & Bowne. Toronto. Ontario  GUARDS   WATCHING   LONDON  to  Though we have somewhat "advanced prices  -because of the increased cost and scarcity of  8tat������ ol Ohio, "lty of Toledo. '' {  Lucas County.       o   \     "������������������'  Frank J.\Cheney . makes oath that he  Is senior partner of the firm of F J.  Cheney & Co.; dotnK business In the City  of Toledo. County and State aforesaid  and that said firm will pay the sum of  ONE HUNDRED. DOLLARS- for each  and every case of Catarrh that cannot  be cured by the uso of HALL'S CATARRH  CURE.  FRANK   J.   CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed .n  my presence, this 6th day of December,  A.D.  1SSG.  (Seal) A. W. GLEASON,  1   Notary   Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts ("erectly upon the  blood and  raw, material, the usual  high standard  of our  quality will be  maintained.  mucous surfaces o  testimonials,   free,  F.   J.    ^HRMSY   &   CO..  Sold  by  all   Druggists.  7Bo.  Take    rlall'a ��������� Family  Pills  stlpatlon.  tho system. Send for  Toledo,   O,  for   Con-  Rubber and-Gasoline  Modern warfare imperatively demands too use of countless auto  trucks, which in turn require supplies  of gasoline and. rubber, neither of  which can be found in Germany., Of  these, gasoline is the inost important.  There are some oi: wells in Galicia,  but they are in that part of Galicia  which is occupied by the Russians.  Scandinavia has no petroleum fields,  nor has Denmark or Holland. Unless  t^y_cjm_Jmr^rt_iu_some clandestine  Thirty  Thousand   Men  Sworn   In  Protect City  From Outside  Attacks'  London  has   3u,00p    special    con-  utiies.    While  the  citizens  of  the  world's  greatest capital  are  waiting  with  anxiety,  but without fear,  the  coming raid of the army of Zeppelins,  the  special constables  are 'fully  occupied "groping about in impenetrable  dantness, watching for t <s enemy by  the  rays  of  the  searchlignts  which  sweep the skies nightly.  They have other duties besides this,  however. The men work all. over the  city in four hour shifts. They are  selected from all. classes of the community, l ere wu find an artist who  takes his turn at one of the music  halls; there the son of a country  squire, who is stua.'ing science at the  Loudon university; again there Is a  burly city clerk who is engaged in  the work of the counting house if any,  during the hours he h not doing  special duty as a constable.  At some of the stations the "specials" receive post cards calling upon  them to take up certain duties at a  fixed time and place. If they can't  come they have to find substitutes.  They have their days on and tlieir  nights off, very much like a newspaper man, week and week about. At  some stations, however, things are not  so easy and regular. Creature comforts are often, lacking, but they go  uncomplainingly without the necessaries th'ey have a right to demand.  THC NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N������1 N������2 N.������  THERAPJONK������  jjli-al SUCi i-Sa, CUKES CHRONIC WKAKNESS. LOS] VldOl  aV VIM KIONKY BLMHIKK, DISKA5KS. BLOOD POISON,  fll.Mi. KITHM No. DRUGGISTS or MAU. SI. POST 4 CTt  F.ll.-GKIU CO. 911  HKKXMAN ST. NEW VOKKor LValAM BR08  'lokonto.  wwtk for free hook to uk, le cl.eko  .Mi:i),Co,Havf.iistock1!d.Hahi>sikad London Kno.  IHVNKWIIRAGEEU'ASTKI.KSSIKOKMOF    easy TO  TAW  THEftAPIONSffi-as'c....  IILK rilAT 1HADR MAKKED WOKD 'TIIKItAPION IS ON  ItkIT OCiVT. ITAUP AFflXED TO AM. GENUINE MCKm.  $������ PATENT8  Fouthorstonhuugh & Co., head offico,  King street east, Toronto, Canada,.  Valuable Member of Society  "Wherever that man goes, ho ralsoa  itho standard."  "Is ho such a model?"  "No; ho just carries tho flag for a  miilitiu regiment.'  way, Germany and Austria have to  light entirely on the supply which  they at present possess.   .  It would be surprising if they had  enough of this commodity laid by to  supply their huge war requirements  for a whole year. Should it give out,  the collapse of heir field transport  would- be ruinous. Their armies invad-,  .tig France and Poland would have to  bo called home to shorten the distance  between them and their base of supplies. Rubber seems like a minor  commodity until its uses are considered in detail. For tho wheels of automobiles and motor trucks, it has no  effective substitute. Without it theso  vehicles would wear thomselves out in  short order.  It is also essential to the construction of balloons and Zeppelins for observation. "Again it Is essential for  rubber sheets to protect tho soldiers  whon sleeping. Thero are quite a  number of minor commodities, which  appear of small moment, but tho exhaustion of any of which would cause  tho breakdown of tho army.���������Mont,  real Weekly Witness. '    ���������'  It   Makes  a   Difference  Yesterday my breast was aching  And the clouds hung dark above;  Yesterday my heart was breaking���������  ���������  Not for unrequited love.  Yesterday I feared, the morrow  ., And the ills that it would bring;  Yesterday 1 sat in sorrow.  Now I'm pleased with everything.  Yesterday  the  world'was  gloomy,  But it's beautiful today;   '  Things are looking rosy for me���������  I'm to have a raise of pay.  ���������S. K Kiser, in Judge.'  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  A tradesman ina?8ertain town put  a box outside his thop oue day labelled "For the Blind.'' Most of his  customers dropped in pennieB and  complimented him on his charity. A  few weeks after the   box disappeared.'  "Halloa! What'B happened to your  box for tho 'blina?'" ho was aslfed.  ���������'Oh, I got enough money," ho replied. "And," pointing upwards to  tho new canvas blind that sheltered  lils shop window, "Chore's tho blind.  Not bad, is it?"  Corns causo much suffering, but  Jllolluwiiy't- Corn Curo offora a speedy,  muro nnd satisfactory rollof.  About hlB Timo of Year  l'Mther���������How do you mean  ���������s...v.��������� book is crazy?  Sou���������U'h unbalanced, that's all.  your  Minard's Liniment Cures ColdB, etc.  The Latest Definition  "Dad, 1 waa simply great in tho ro-  "lay  ovonts,"  bouated  tho hoy  from  K'OllogU,  "That's lino, Hon I We'll mako me of  (hem tulonlH, Your mu will soon bo  veady to relay tho curpots,"  All He Would Give  Betty Van Hocks���������Did   you havo a  satisfactory interview with papa?  Jack Brokoloigh���������Not vory; ho snid  all ho would glvo was his consent,  Good Advice  Mrs.   Styles���������But, William,' I can't  koop my oyos shut to such a rumor  US  llllltl  Mr. Stylos���������I don't aBlc you to, doar,  Only try to keep your mouth shut���������  Yonkoru Statesman,  Sympathy  Old Gentleman (who has Just finished reading au account of a shipwreck  with loss of passengers and all hands)  ���������Ha! I nm sorry for tho poor sailors  that were drowned!  Old Lady���������Sailors! It Isn't tho^ail-  ora; it's tlio passoneera 1 am sorry for.  The sailors nro usei. lo It.���������Pittsburgh  Chronlclo-Tolegraph.  A troop of English "Tommies" with  plentiful machine guns might wreak  double the destruction, but Cossacks  are preceded by the terror of,their  reputation, ,And if cities tremble  when they hear that these furious  horsemen are on, the move, it is quite  as much in dread of tlieir proverbially  ferocious revenges, when victorious,  as of tlieir military prowess.  "Far riders" the Cossacks always  have been and far riders they are  still. Hordes of them, for the present  business of war, have come from the  southern frontier of Russia, and the  most recent despatches tell of their  riding within twenty miles of Cracow,  and of a civilian population ordered to  decamp. They are 'reported to have  accelerated, by their activity, the re-  tirmeut of the Germans from Warsaw  and Ovangorod from seven miles a  day to twenty miles a day.  The Cossacks, two apd one-half millions of them, are the human rampart  of the Russian empire, flung out in a  long line from the Black Sea to the  Pacific, along that southern . frontier  which it has been tlieir traditional office to defend. o  In tlie sixteenth, seventeenth and  eighteenth centuries the Cossacks had  their own semi-republican states, governed by a military chief chosen by  their own people. They grew powerful enough to causo the government  of, Muscovy to quake for its supremacy. . Furious wars raged between the  lwo with varying fortui.es until the  Cossacks were, partly by force, partly by fraud, gradually weakened.  Then, by a cunning stroke of statecraft, tho Muscovy Tsars manoeuvred to unite their foes peaceably  with Holy Russia and turn their impetuous valor to tho "defence of their  frontiers. Ermak, a Cossack freebooter, to propitiate Ivan the Terrlole,  offered as a present to Russia the enormous continent of Siberja, which he  had In the year 1580 invaded at the  head of his horsemen and had' captured from Mongols and Tartars.  That, too, was something of a' "far  ride"���������5,00o'miles. .The spot is still  shown where, by tradition, Ermak  rode his horse into the surf of the  i-acific. '" ���������  It may be questioned whether ever  before or since so immeasurable a  territory has fallen io so small a party of military invaders. Ermak's present to Ivan the Terrible is larger  than the whole of Europe    -  So Russia obtained, at the price of  some' subsequent fighting, to be, sure,'  mot only a continent, but an army  which has remained loyal. The Cossacks' receive special privileges in return for military service lasting from  he age of eighteen to thirty-eight.  They now muster more than 300,000  fighting men, and, incidentally, they  have bettor popular education than is  "enjoy ed- by���������oth~e-r���������Rrissia~uB7'   Contrary to the popular supposition,  the' Cossack is not an unmitigated  barbarian, according to the testimony  offered by W, Barnes Stevens, who  accords them two chapters in his recent volume on "The Russian Army  from Within." In peaceful times they  are an agricultural people, living on  their own acres, merry, not unkindly,  and the possessors of an art of folk  song and folk dancing which is ro-  puted to rival that of the Welsh and  the Scandinavians..  It is war, apparently, which liberates their ferocity, in which, perhaps,  they are not unlike other humans.  . Their horsemanship Is probably un-  iiirpassed anywhere in the world.  And' now this thunder of hoofs resounds on tho German frontier.   No  wonder tho Germans cry out against  .ie "Slav peril,"���������Boston Globe.  ie  British, troops have used "duni-  d'tms"  or  Boft  nosed    bullets,    but  'maintaining that these kinds .of missiles have been used by the GermanB.  The statement describes the British  and German service ammunition aa  very similar, the bullets being pointed  with steel and th- envelope coated  with cupro-nicKel, covering the core  except at the base, and conforming  with tho provisions of the Hague convention.  In tho opinion of Sir Victor, Horsey; a well known surgeon, this bullet  is "probably tho most humane projectile yet devised," for thj reason that  the long, solid, point, consisting almost entirely of a hard nickel sheath,  precludes as far as possible any tend-  mey toward deformation of, shape,  while the strength of the sheath prevents the bullet breaking up into fragments, except ia very exceptional circumstances."  The statement ends: "There la,  however, clear evidence that Germany  has not confined herself solely to '.ho  use 6f this unobjectionable ammunition. Her troops in both Togolaud  and Franco have been proved to havo  used bullets with a soft core and a  hard thin envelope not entirely cover-  iug the core, which type of bullet is  expanding and is expressly prohibited  by The Hague convention."  Indigestion  and Headaches  Arising From Contlpatlon, Cured and  Regular Habit.. Established by Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  In the western provinces, where bo  many thousands live far -from doctors  and drug stores, very many rely on  Dr. Chase's medicines to cure disease and maintain health and  strength. This letter gives some idea,  of what perfect control Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills exert over the most  common ills of life.  Mrs.H. K. Hewer, farmer's wife*.  Eastburg, Alta., writes: "For about  ten years I suffered from constipation, indigestion, headache and languid feelings. Treatment from two  or three doctors afforded only temporary relief, so 1 turned to Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, and with  most satisfactory results. Headaches  have disappeared, regular habits established and general health very  much better, Both my husband and  I can speak highly of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills, as we havo both  been greatly benefitted by them." One  pill a dose, 25c a box, 5 for $1.00, all  dealers, or 'Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  '1  ft  ���������'      .      ���������     aa *"       '  CRYING CHILDREN  . When baby cries it is because he is  unwell���������not because he is bad-natured  as so many imagine. Crying is the  way the little one has of telling of his  pains and the wise mother can, instantly tell what ails her little ' one  simply by" his cry. When baby cries  a great deal give him Baby's Own  Tablets and he will soon be happy  again. Concerning the Tablets Mrs'.  ,)as. Gaudreau, Notre Dame des Bois,  Que., says: "My ,baby cried day and  night and I was greatly discouraged.  I began giving him the Tablets and ho  was soon happy, healthy and fat." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  villo, Ont  Zeke's Reformation  Camp' meeting was ' in full blast.  Sounds of shouting filled the air. Suddenly Zeke Billikeu, Farmer Billikeii's  "incorrigible" son, leaped to his feet,  with tears streaming from his eyes.  "I got it! I got it!" he exulted. "I'm  through with my evil ways. From this  day forth I vow to speak the truth and  nothing'but the truth i" ���������.  Zeke," said his father feelingly, after supper,, that nignt, "1 was - right  glad to hear tc speak right out- in  meetin* that N there way today, lt  warms my old heart to think that at  last my son is a good boy. Suppose  you start in right now by telliu' me  where you are goin' tonight."  Zeke settled his hat on" his head.  uPaTppIMl-^ll-*you_tu^rtT*u^lirTni'Tj~nxr'  thing else, like I swore.   I'm jest goin'  out to feed the chickens."  *-  ��������� "But, Zeko, the chickens has been  fed," objected old Billiken.  "Somo of 'em 1 ain't," said Zeke, and  closed the door after him.  Long after midnight, In tho town's  swellest cafe, Zeke was still feeding  the chickens."���������Detroit Free Press.  In What Spirit  Thero is something infinitely moving and inspiring iu the simple unselfishness with which thousands   of  .  the poor and downtroden aave    rallied' to the cry of national n'jerty, and  shown themselves   prepared to   giva  their all to a country   which, iu tho  ,  past, has given so littla to them."' Inspiring, too, is the readiness of , the  well to do, who   in peace time, have  uiken  their    ease at- the expense*of  others, to risk the loss of lives which  have been so full of comfort audhap-.  piness, and to embrace vith ardor the  agonies of war. For the soldiers, rich  and poor alike, there is no question of  diplomacy   or   finance; they   believe  that  the principle Nof freedom  is iu  danger, and   they,   would die rather  than acquiesce in the.loss of freedom.  It is not for us to discuss their political judgment; It is for us to acknowledge  and   reverence  their  unselfish  courage. The bitter cry of it all is that  one tithe of the same spirit shown in  peace could make England a happy-  and healthy nation.   Every day of tho  year there are, on an average, mere .  than   500 casualties iu mine, factory,  and workshop.   Who knows or cares?  Far vaster than that number, aud far  vaster than the casualty list of any'  war, is    the    tale of deaths and injuries" and diseases sprt.      through tho'  community by overcrowding and underpaying, by long hours and-bad food,  ���������by destitution  and prostitution.    We  live in a world where youth is'"robbed  of its promise and maidenhood of its  joy.   who cares?   Who enlists iu the  longest war of all���������the war pf social  justice?    Who takes up arms for liberty at home?���������London  , .erald,  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget In  Cows.  Good Reason  "I always toll tho waitor what I'm  going to tip him,"  ."Why?"  "So ho won't koop mo waiting half  an hour whilo tho cashier splits a ten  dollar bill into dlmos,"    ���������  Mabel's Attitude  "Your daughter nooniB to liavo   a  .great mnny suitors."  "Yen, nt lonst four or flvo,"  "Which ono doos sho favor?"  "I don't know,  Sho acorns to bo observing n strict noiitrality."  Nothlno l~lke Gelng direful  "Shall I pump up tho tiros, sir?"  "W'ult  until wo got out into tho  ���������country, Jacques, ��������� I hoard n doctor.  nny Unit thu air liroutid horo is vory  Impure,"  Pat's Conversation  Pat was culled into court to tostlfy  to a talk that ho had had with tho do-  fondant in a civil suit, and ovorything  wont along au swimmingly as a flock  of bullfrogs, until tho. lawyer attempted to bring out tlio important poluts  qf tho conversation.  "Now, thon, Pat, said ho oncour-  nglngly, "nlonso toll the court what  you and tho defendant talked about,"  "Yls, Bor," answered Pat willingly.  "Wo talked about llfloon miiiutoa,"  "No, no, no," Intorpoaod tho lawyor,  'I moan what did you and tho defendant talk over?"  "Yin, ������or," was tho calm rojoindor  of Pat "Wo talked ovor tho tllophono,  sor."  liilintMi JhHit". life IV.  Anxious  Tho clovator Chauffeur lay dying in  lils bod.  "Oh, doctor, Just ono question," tho  pationt softly said.  "I want to know my finish, bo do not  fuss uud frown.  Qlvo me my final order���������going up or  I % fHlt  ������b*v������**c������   "u v it ti *  Hair Camo Out, Scalp Itched and  Burned, Scales Liko Sawdust.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment  Healed In Six Weeks,  Tho Pm, Mnnlloba��������� "l'our yours n������o  I hi'tiun to Uino my hair. It iinud to como  nut any (lino thut I combed It. 1 think it  va* liwuiMj my hcud wan full nr dundrul!*.  Wlirnovw 1 brunliod it tlio Hflalc* flow oil  like w.v-du������.t. My ncalp aJw .tchwl nul  Inirnnd nnd my head won llkn a dry cru������-t.  Tlio dani'ml! Miuwod very plulnly.  "I opiillod sovoral remedial but fount no  Improvement (111 I unc<| Ciilloura Roup and  Ointment After umIhh Cuticura Houp und  I Ointment n fow Atiyn I found a Rrent difference io I continued with tliom clx wreUi  Blul thov rnmnlotolv lienlrv! mn " (������Upnp,!\  L. D. liocknuod, Juno 4,1014.  Father's Waster! Life  Littlo Hobby���������I'opa, did  you ovor  hco a cyclone carrying noises tip in  tlio air, and  cown  and horsus und  wnftonB upnlilo down-  Tl \.      ,   -     .  k   .*,.   . .(...,     ...(      .. ,���������  Littlo Hobby���������-Hid you over boo a  soft -.erpcant?  1'npa���������S'o, my .,on.  Uttlo Hobby���������I shouh. think It 'ud  bo tircsomo to llvo to your age and  never boo anything.  Rivalry  "I do not 111;*1 him!" murmur* Kate,  8'ieh  nanjiers   m 1  simply h:itol"  'lor rival nuswcrri with a urorf,  I think you nuran Ruch haiiKiirs-otf!"  W. N. U. 1011  "Hilt ������p.miu to be afraid to think tor  lm*olf."  ���������Th������n  h*".',i  li������tli������r tH mnrriftd"  RASH OVER BABY'S CHEST  00 J'ollli Ave., Toronto, Ont���������"Frani  blrth my btiby grundNon had a nub ove������  lili client wjileh iii-ui'i-utod IiU nliviiliift and.  w,"..*,^ u������ t/11i*-iii iniii ii ,;ic,n iii'iil. lliey  wcr* a nia.li uf Uny rod pimple* on bU rho*t  sml arm*. l(o vra������ too young to tcratch  but wan very crow and fretful.  " I lined tlionurnplM of both Cuticura Soap  nnd Ointment und they appeared to afford  lilm relief Immeo'li.Kly ������> I liftughi moro.  In tlireo or four week* lm tm rntlrely  hoide,,." (Slicuwi) Mr* u t'oninUwi, May  93, 1014,  Samples Free hy Mall  Alihnurh Ouilrurs Mono iukI ."ut'nir*  O'ntmejit imn *oli| thrwiM(J.oui t!n> wimtKI. *  Mmplonf rnrh a,)rb :u~i). Skin linti'c rill tm  wit fn������*i 'Mmn n������|U(������*t, A.MroM |nni-.-sjrt):  "Catk-urt, Dci/U, 1). liotUiO, V. H. A."  Prussian Guards '  Frederick tho Grout originated the  Prusttiuu Guards. Ills ambition was  to form a Royal- bodyguard of giants,  and every country was ransacked by  its agents to supply recruits,  The most extravagant sums woro  offered to men of exceptional Inches,  and, it is said,' nn Irishman more  than sovon foot high, who was picked  up by tho Prussian Ambassador In  London, received a bounty of $G,D0O.  There is no moro effective vermifuge on the market than Miller's  Worm Powders. They will not only  clear the Btomach and bowels of  worms, but will prove a very serviceable medicine for children in regulating tho infantile system and maintaining it in a healtny condition. Thoro  is nothing iu their composition that  will, injure the most delicate stomach  when directions uro followed, and they  can bo given to children in tho full  assuranco that thoy will uttorly destroy all worms.  Not a Direct Answer  a lawsuit was rocently lu full swing1  and during Its progress u witness was  oi'obb oxiuntnod as to tho hublu uud  churactors of tho dofonduiit.  "Jiiis iMr. M a ropuiatlon for being abnormally lazy?" usked counsel  briskly.  "Woll, Blr, It's this way���������"  "Will you kindly answer tho question askodV" struck lu tho irasclblo  lawyor.  "Woll, Blr, I was going to nay it's  this way. I don't want to do tho gentleman in Question any Injustice und  1 won't go ub far ns to nay, sir, that  ho'ii lazy exactly; but if it required  any voluntary work on bin part to digest his food���������why, ho'd die from lack  of nourishment, sir,"  Dust Causes Asthma.���������Kvcn a littlo  spock too Biiuill to hco will lend to  agonies which no wonls can doticribo,  Tho walls of tho breathing tubes contract and it bodids as If thu very life  must pnss, From this condition Dr. J.  1). Kollogg's Asthma Hemedy lirluns  Iho user lo purled rest uud health, H  rollovon tho passages and normal  breathing la firmly established njcaln.  ! til.irlrn'ln  nf InnHtviiMil-iln  rnff>|.,rt<l  i������i  nmilly provo its offoctlvcnosB,  Could Not Promise  "Madnm'e, do   you think   you <������iin  uso your Influenen with your hunb,inij  to lnduco him lo support mo In this  r"iTTi'n:i1r'nvr'  "I don't know, ������lr. Vvo novor y*t  Rtieceeded lu inducing him to support  mo."  How to Treat Painful Corns  Xlght und mornlni; apply I'utmim'N  Pntnlens Com Kxtnicior. It net* liko  magic Kl.ln the pain, run-n tin- lorn,  does it without pain (illicitly and surely,   L'toc w.'.> "I'uiiumV.."  "Who are t!:o.-,e (.(-apie who nr>-  >-)io.< ink?" iifj.id tlie ncriili as tin-  koMI'T-. tinrr ��������� ���������! to t|i>- trtin .  '���������'lho.������e." r"'li'-d the veteran, "are  ���������    '-'it emut"  An Indian Gift to the Patriotic Fund  Tho patriotic spirit of tho Indians  Of Western Canada Is described in an  interesting letter which Mr, W. it.  Uakor, secretary of the Canadian  Pacific Hallway, has received from a  '1'iond, aud from which the following  Ls an extract:  "Mr. Graham, inspector of Indian  agencies for Southern Saskatchewan,  ,ias, through his ability and energy  lonti much to make the File Mills In-  Han Agoncy ono of tho most progressive lu Canada, llu initiated a colony  upon which ho placed and Is stiil  .iiueing graduates from Indian Indus-  trial Schools. This colony has been  ijulte a successful venture and tlio  young Indians ueltled there are doing  very woll. Koniu grow as many as  from eight to ten thousands bushels  of grain per year and nil (there aro  ovor thirty families) uro practically  out of debt, Woll, the peoplo being  much allvo to Ihe war news, askod no  many questions that Mr. Graham .ie-  cidod to hold a meeting of the Colony,  which waa done. 1 wiih, much io my  delight, lu good enough shape to go  with tho'imrty and we travelled thither In beautifully decorated cars. I  brought along a gramophone nud  many patriotic records. We played tho  national airs of Grout llrltuin, Frame,  and Russia, and "It's u Long, Long  Way to Tipporury" cumoln foru i;i'"Ut  tloiil of priilso, Mr. Graham addressed  thom from behind n tuhlo upon which  was Bproad tho Union Jack, und ix-  plained tho cannon and progress of tho  .viir, lucidly and fully, also (hu work  of tho Putrlotlc Fund and Hod Cross  .Society, A committee was at once  I'oriuuil and all nf these, young Indians  i|iilto voluntarily offered to sell so  many huahels ouch of wheat and cats.  Tin"'    ivern    mnnl    onltinolnwtl^      in'I  Ktivo cheer nftor cheer for the kings  ot the u,iiU:rcut luuul' imiiunu, our  own beloved sovereign coming In for  very loud iipplnn������n. A fow days afterwards Mr. (iriiluiTii received .������f,(io,  tbe result of tho rale of grain prom-  i*<>d, Tho voting linllrtn women at  once tnnii up Hud. I riinn v,oiu--'kiiiu-  iug, etc., In a very enthusiastic way.  T.-o (if the boys���������Aleck M torn '(.in!  l-:d. Kwiuihon���������luivn Joined thu hocoihI  eoiitliigont. They are graduated of  ihe Itramlon Indian Senool nnd are  dr.ai) shotH. Among tbo contributors  uf tlio collecrlon to the Patriotic fund,  uliltii amounted to S.VJ'MO, w>.-r������  I'nmk I'limont, a in ph'-w ������f (lubrlei  nniuiut   <>|   Uii-i   in Ufwuii   litutc,   /ttnl  nn I wo sons."  Portugal, now defending her African possessions against Germany,  once ceded an important, colony to  England as a-gift. When- i atherino  of liraganza became the queen ' of  Charles 11. part .of her dower., was  tlie "island of Bombay in.the West  Indies." Perhaps the Portuguese did  not know the value of the territory,  and certainly Charles did not, for a  lew years later he "leased Bombay to ���������  the Hast India Company for $50 a  year!  May Save Many Soldiers  A preparation which, it is said,  will stop almost instantly blood from  a wound has ben invented by Prof.  Theodore Kocher of Borne, who was  awarded tlie Nobel prize for surgery  in 11)12, and his assistant, Dr. A.  Foiico. Tho new preparation is called  coagulen.  It is in the form of a powder and  is dissolved in water before being  applied to the wound, The discoverers of congulon Imvo made a gift  of their invention to the armies in  the ileld, ami have sent large quantities of otlio powder to the surgical  headquarters of both the German and  French urmlws. The discovery It  regarded by medical mon as likely to  save the lives uf thousands of soldiers, slnco It can be applied by untrained hands,' so tliat lite wounded  man himself' or his comrades might'  use thu solution,  He  Needn't  Have Worried  ller father  uil'lor the (viviimny���������������t,  My child, 1 don't ace how 1 am goiuit  to get along without you,  Bride--'*!!, that's all rl.^lu, pa,, .My  husband bus just e -nfecKi-1 that he  hasn't ciKifgh :������������������ s', n !��������� u ��������� I; ''plnis,  so you won't Ion" me, ;.ftor nil.  T-or the Defence  JudgO'-Aiid you htill claim to bo Innocent, although '-i\ \vi'ti:i i-it"t my  thoy saw you I'oitimlt the it';.ic,','  PrlKonef- -Yoi.r in-nnr, I can produce si\ ihouuutid v im didn't sou mo.  S'ell.l ���������Pud er������ ���������������. y tll.it meat j  iiiiiiKiN cun't (ii'.-'.i up with '.lie.  ��������� .ii. uiiit-ri.  Italiai~-Kivt h:.va> ,-, liiill r'ias.0 ymi*  On the Veranda  "I love the liai.ny 'bun!"  "1 di'ii'l .kimw ii," hold ihe ynuni  man ivrivii'uliy. "but I'm a bear ut  the plain old i.i'diiiMicI- .-.irlety."  And then I In' union roiiMdcrutoly  withdrew In-hlud u cluud.  "Ilore's n woman who complains  hor honeymoon 1.ir.t..t u.i'y a week."  "Wliiit  was Hi" miit.rr?"  "Ills money gai,- (������u "- Paltliuors  Amui'lc.m.  S.ltlBfioc!  Dr. flniHHlor���������Klrsi r-''.���������".'It couldn't  bo bettor. I bad more than iw.-lvt  hundred patlcii'j". last >������ar and didn't  Io������o a ������!nt"!e rfiit.  ii the t.lirfct tnd inevitable mult ol  irregular or tf.n������tijatr<l hoviU and  z\otyrf]-u\i kidney* and kkiii, Tht  iimlv.i'Atr'l (<K)d and nthrrv-n-.tnmst*  ter uliiib is allcv.i-d to anuiniilaU  poison* the blood end the ������holt  lyMrm. 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W'ct-t,    Vim-1'where tl>������ '..Vnnuvutivu uHHiuii'ition  ������r*  ) ej������[iiirt,'iitly Mii|i|)orliiif{ llm  Liberal cnmli  t,��������� . t���������-  %^y^<v-Vt^A/vA**������AAaAA������VVV A:nt*.     ftliuojit     unnuimouid.v'    Alirulnn  -.'-,���������'��������� "���������  ���������"���������     j 1'iaiitn, brother of .\lii,v������r J'J'.uti.,  of Nn  ,y   ��������� .. ,x   At! iiiilil.Mi!' hi':l. till;,',"1"''.  ',!|'! ."���������'���������.'MoKvoy,. nr.������  wiiiUU?;  ' *    '���������"������������������/   l)ntii'  rd)   the   Ah.j-j, Aniil in Mr..Stuvv*it'< intdiOHtii.  V A i.P('Si. Untie' ,    ;.l.d    WlAi :  \ii'.','     '.'Si   ������t|(!   iH.(.'Ul .ii),   .il   ;1   be |  . t.ViiLi.'HI A.v;,������ SiX") OU h,k,    I    .  lllt'SS'  And seramblty the tvynt.s so' pot,  A'e read the stuff and try to  Kl,css '  /n.������i where tlie victory is at,  ���������Milwaukee. Daily News  "���������    rouM!)  Ncrrrci-:, '    :  :��������� ������������������'I'lllilie Motiee is ; hereby oiveii,  thnt uu ami nl'tei' tlio loth diiyof  Ainreli ��������� .lillo, 'thui 1 lu> jjritvi.sion  bribe J'tiiiiiil. lU-liiw ol' ihe City;  nf Giii'iiberliiiid u'ill.be ,siri(!tly ed  I'lii'i'i'ii, nl' wliii'iliAi.l^ ]'iel'������'iins.iillo\i".  iii<������' cat!lo itml hor^'H'lo run on tin'  ���������.trei'l.-' it iv' reqtn 'i^lei'l ih lake no-  liec, ati'l:{'roveru   llioniPiilvi'K   ne,i-  cui'diimly.  .'yl.y'oi'di'j'of tlio City'f-iiiiiie.il,  A.  McKlSNnN,  ": :"������������������ "   A    City Clerk,  City lliill, Kubrnury ".otli, liilu.  }fOR SALH���������A Gnsolene  Launch. 3 lioisc power entire,  in -first-class condition,- Can  accomodate ten people, Just  the thing lot the hmncli enihusi-  ast, now llmt the .summer mouths  tueAtppro.icbiiig, What is nicer  than t\ launch tide on Comox  Lake in the fin ��������� weather, in  \0111 .s|i;l!.<; title, I'm" iuu.et.i  a;sm' to th;s bo; t, euqinre at  TllY, CI'MUlvl'ttlANl������ N 1AVS  U DRAFTS   ISaUKD   IN   ANY   CLIRIIKNCV,   PAYAllLK   AbLy  1 "        v'' -OVKIt   THIS   WOIMA).     ������������������^:!'-A;'v:A:-A.^'v;'|  l^teCUI, Ari'.CNT10S|���������uify,yA:vIN<i8 ACCOUNTS *������������������,,������������������ J  I   nt liiidio������t Current'Riilc's allow ey. on L'si-osits of ^1 -nncl tipwnids-i  '&'-}. 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