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 '/^'  '#'  1.. fr-i i  i'i i IK  /1/.1 IhC 1-^ Ol"  /I  i   ' ���������'  o     Devoted Especially to fne Inx-^rcs-sts of Cumberland ixriii Surrounding .District.  ������^UL-*i\������ae������;-WAfr������a������-tJuac-^^ ���������*  Tin-*. Nkws, Twknty-I'Iust Ykai*.  CUMBERLAND. B. C.  WlWNKSDAY,   AUG. 25    ^15  ^ur^cKiPi'icx ii-oo a Vk.m"-.  z:;.*j.- ^T'exzzz^xTXzna&rr'iTKX.'*. kUBZ^s^^w-ixsria-.wrx^ **��������� ,v-J>ee  Shoes  r-H /"  ^1 /O  I adies& Children  J-L~*f     4-A-j.������x*vrja!.v-VA\i������i.-Ja*3        V���������*^V^ V^.^-*       r.-r-.r.MiiW.W'-fi.intfVx*'.'*'^  r-.'.-v ���������r~"i**������^������,ni������������������'*r>������������^^*rtv^*^*������������������i,v-'p,.',������,jai  i������������������TIW���������Jw*r*���������tFw���������y^^���������K���������l^ff���������^���������������������������x*������lP^r���������������l������v^���������������t'"^ .  Ladies'    loth .Top Patent O   QjEJ  Vamp plain toc.latest style ^^-^  Ladies'   lueKid-Top patent J*   K A  uban heel, new toe, price    *���������. ,  >  ' Ladies"Blue ViciTop, gun ^^7R  rnetalvamp,   'latest  last... *"* ��������� * 4j  .'.Ladies' 1 &'2* button strap |   QJ^���������  . Slippers,easy htting WEAaEa8  -XXX-  ''Victory Follows Our l-Taif'  8  J  ' Children's  u  55  ���������ciip.se - onoeS"  the   most durable, the  easiest, fitting  0 " *-* I  and moderate priced shoe  .,'���������*.    '  ��������� for the little ones '  fi  WomcRs' Patriotic-Soc'ty  JW'Xt Saturday will be held a? a  Tau Day tiiroiiidiout   II.    0.,    by'  r> -' Jr. *  request of tlio    Red   Cross    Society and    St.    Joim'*-    Ambulance  Association.     The    money-    flin-'j    g  - ' ''. >i * 1    R  raised will be'~'"employed,  in   sup"  plying  siiroii-al   instrument;*-,    X  J lay  machine," motor, ambulance,  etc., for No. 5 General   llospii.-d,  0. K l'\    It, wai an   easy   matter  hi ulitiiiii  doctors  and   nurses, for  ilii< hosmtai; lei ns   hope  it   wiil  ii ,' ' *,  be. as eiiyy to ..supply t hem" with  the necessary equipment. Thero  is no price set on the tags; Oven ;s  child with a nickel can do his or  her fehaio in helping the. wounded  at the Front.   -  Members of tiie Yi'ynien'.s Pat-  i-ioiic Society will call at every  hoii-sts en Sal iii'd-ty, afternoon.   ,  y������. .' '.;   .TT.^>^r.-l>^TV.T?TMrT^^gT.T-.-.-.rTI^.^?-T.T.!t������a~-tTlJr3 *aSBH.T ! ������ "  .-<.-���������.   il        .-��������� ���������   ��������� ��������� .s."a������������������ciir  1  k >^ -'G-i  .CD  -jwvstuir.i  if)  7~^  O 2���������  ' V  /  I  /J ���������  OX;  ���������?   \s  ,>���������������������������������*),  STILL ' COigTI^^  . . UES UNTIL ���������  ^TUEE.' AUG,'31  CO  GO  CO  'CD.*  L._  B    *  irm  Meeting Was-- Held to     ' THE KAISER'S PRAYER T? &*n������oatoii* l������-iO; To  il^i-UI^     O.LaJi v1-^-^  _/rt. iBt, . . .i  . .Fraiik'Dalliy was again, over-  come by the licv.it on Saturday .-  Alex Cameron id to coihipse'.d -with  the hoat on Saturday widle , at  hi.s work ��������� , *  riJIlLLU MEETING.  Europe pMust Recognize  iremacy of, Japan  Oriental Kingdom ..Cannot Send  Troops, to Aid   Allies   But  ��������� ' Will Supply Much    -  ��������� Ainnimmion ���������  TOKIO, Auk., 23.���������"Ct-jnnt  Olsimia'emphasizes the inipraeti  (���������ability and impossibility of  despatehiiig troops to Kuvopc:  but poiuis out that the p,reat  advaiu-c iu the .capacity o\ the  Japanese., to uianuiae:.u;e uiuni*'  lions will prove of J.-.a'at help  to-.'ihe Allies.  '���������The premier said* -Japan  plans to s'.'iul delegates to the  peace eonlereuce, although il is  nor expected to extend her  " sphere ol inllueiice to luirope.  .' ''ilapiiii wauls Ivuroije io ice,  o^ui/.e Japan's hiipieiuaey in  ihe Orient,' he said."  MAK'E UP VOUll  MIND.  G ra is red tiiat legally yon need  only go if you ehoPe. is it _licit  inoi'-illy "up to '*ybu!'    to   choose.  '���������Discuss Fud OilQuestion'  .Tho public meeting held in the  Oilv Hall on ihe, evening of'Au-  mist 18th, to diseups tlie deuiand  for tliejmpe.-itiou of a ' duty,' ,011  fnej oil, was well   attended.   .  Tdiiyor iVn-ihaYii   nccifpied-  the  chair.    JMessrs   Date,    AtcMillan,  Searle and ��������� O'Connell,   who .were  iho speakers of lho   evening, went', x  Go't, Gott, dear Gott, attention  blease,  Vour' bard tier Villi el m'sphere,  Aud lias a vord or two lo say  Ind'o your brivate oai.;  So durn iivay all'udders now,  Und'Hslen veil to'me'*  For vat 1 sav yoncenis me much  HcBride, $42,50'  SOMIC TIME AGO iheGraud*  Trunk Pacific IJailway " advertised that they would run an excui*  siuii-Trom Vancouver to ridmon-  ton, the fare to be <"?������.io  Ai   the  same   time* the   fare  -Mienself uud Gherlnauv.  to go?,  If um "i'o only* ready to go  when you ni'ti fetched, where is  lho merit of thut. '. "  Where is the  patriotism   of it ?  A ro yon only going to do your  diity when the law says you m'.usi?  Does ihu call to duly ' Iind no  re*->p(iii**.i' in *-oirinilil rei 11 forced --  lot a> rather say superceded���������  by 1.110 call of eoinpulsiou ?  lie fiiiro tliat hereaflei', whon  you look hack upon today nud  its call lo duly, you do not, have  cause,��������� perhaps hitler euiiho-- lo  coulees to your coneiiMice that,  you shirked your duty to yonr  count ry   and   ���������"���������heltoi-i'd   yourself  ii        * *  iindei* a mere excuse.  Lord KiTUiKMii**, -lulv J', HM.">.  A'pu'olie meelingwili, he held  iu llie. (muiberlainl Mall, oil the  evening ofcThui'nday,' A'ugu.-l 2(5,  cominenciiig. at H V clock . 'The  liieetiug is Oalled for lho piirtiOM*  cf discuss!yg llie..'* interests of  Ciiiiihorliinil.  Mrs, Frank Uaim-ay and funi-  ilv left on Weiinesday for San  Franci.-co. W'ewish thom every  success iii I heir new home.  Thi's has been thu dry est sen-  sou up this wny tor several  years.  ..���������**>-  Oorporul     1*.   II urfoid,    ho,  'JJ1, (!. A. S, 0.. Vernon,   H.   C.  nrrivid in town ou   Monday on a  fen' d*-i\s    leave.     Ilo   expects io  return in Vcriiun nu  Tliui'i'day.  Tiiis would ho a good time to  canvass for trust .companies, real  estate, and such like (',), A man  111 Ihis line of business would  stand a hotter chance of escaping  death in the trenches. It; is a  good job that, hi- day is over in  li. (!. for some yean-*   lu conn.  fully-into the" m-ilter of fuel oil,  iiiidils dit-a.-teruns' eil'ecls upon  llie coal industry of this province.*  The speaker!' .gavu facts .and  figure** to show what the coal'industry was suffering through the"  steadily increasing use of fuel1 oil.  Some lew present, who generally have their sav at   most pub..  ��������� i' *  lie nicotines, -Irn'd ' to side track  lho fuel oil question, und bring the.  Oi iental question t > tho fere, as  the most important question, in  their opinion, .allvciiug Giimher-  land today. This was i-treiiuoiin"  ly oppiised by tho chairman, who  said thai I lie meeting was called  for iho purpose of dihCiisMiig the  flu  You know, der Gott, A was your  '   friendt, n   ���������  Und from iiieiu hour of birth,  I quietly let you rule o'er IK-i't'en  Vile I ruled o'er the earili;  Und ven I toldt niein soldiers  Of bygone battle days,  1" gladly shplidi der glory ���������  Und gif you half the the  braise.  fn efery vay 1 tried to brove,   '  Mein heart to you vas true,  Uud only glaimed my honefat  share,  in great dues vat we do.  You could not hat' a betier  friend I.  In sky, or land Or sea,  i  oil   question   only,   and   m | Hen KaiscrVillielm number two.  Den lord of ('hcrmauv,  siihiint lho lollowing resdliiiioii  liesulved:    That  l!S    llUVlllig  endorse the ciuniniitee, wlncn has  been appointed by tiio (hniibui,*-  hind Mnai'd of Triido for the. pur-  poi.u of piif>liiiig ihe demand for  is thi.- ill; thai has largely helped :ln jmjMtiT- dmy on find oil;, and,  in phuino'   this   # ��������� 1������������111 ? 1 ��������� -,-    mi    the! in milcr lo j'ru'.idi' ihe.  niicieus ofj quick  Iiiuii. jn n.nd I'm* the u.-e   of   cai-i   eom-j    I'll uoddiiigs ask ugain;  ��������� ������������������<>  iiiiiiiee,   uiuJei'mlo's    io   make   a . Uud you and I viil bartu'.Ts be,  For enerinore, A men.  So vat I say, der Gott, is this---  That, we should si ill be I'rirndt.-*  Und vou should help me $oni\  niein iocs,  To meet, their bitter ends;  If you vill der Got', it. mipsl be  If a duty nn fuel oil will he the ���������������������������j.-i,,,., ,���������������������������������������������.,. ���������]'  <:miihi!rinii.lj|.t"i|;ti..|'iiltii)a (jJ.  lA.,llllv.,ivlJ  lrllt  iiii'iimi*   of   creaiing    n-unc   wink, mcii v/out down tn   llm   Anderson ��������� ^ (i         .jj .ii(. ni||||  and   as    a  natural   result   mo.ro I^ging Ca.,,p on Tuclay ali-i*   j'' rJ������������������;������������������-.������������������   'Will.   p���������i,   ,������.,  inoiiey, lei, lho   eonipaiiies   tpeiid ������������������������������������   t(,   |jn|,|    (',,,..    Tins   g;vi;:!                                                                                      .  ,].,,:., ,1.,......,,,1,,   Iimi   ���������,.���������],   i���������(|:      , ', r        *        . ... 'ii flared carried, Or else J hat to slop atijie.k  llii'ir tlioili-uiul"',   hum   '''ion    iiiui- 1 ^|,,, UniVi it (.|iiiiif(.i nf eariiiiig a lew  Cut listen (.5oit, it ir.mi ���������������<��������� quiO'  Your help to m : inn 'fii'il *,  viilmil his tiventy-live   cents, in au ; l|0J|.,|-^.     H i,-; h;i ill wimi etc. ele,  oll'oi'i :o get 1'iii'h a duty,  and re   j  1.^   i-iori! lho c.oiil  industry ��������� of    \'iiii-J     |{,.t.|, y,nir ,iV��������� utl  tl,,., men who  |)i-ii--iiii Thomson, of iNanainio, l.ouvn. j^,,,,^ ,()  ,,,,,,^1,1,,^ ���������r ii,;!,.|y ,!i:i, "t!;i.y '-Ai||  \\;is iii town this week.  A   choice   lot   of Ladies'   and  Geiil'emeu's Linen l-iibrie Vi.-.ii  !,,,.. I ...-i.-' ������i���������f i.������-, 111 ������n-.-il t\'tii'  '������������������li        I  "     '  I  .til) mS iv.- ><-;��������� iw.::!^ ii -��������� >��������� ���������'���������  ���������Mint (he above for u slunt time  only,   ut  reduced  prices.���������-Tmi  (jL'MlMilil.AM) Nl'.WK.  I'O'.l liKNT���������A iiiiicrooiued  lionso on Maryport Avenue. Will  lent, cheap. Apply Mrs. S. Oui-  l-uii'.i, SAiidwi'-l--- 'o'imv   IH.rri.-l.  ���������--..,.. >-o���������-������������������������������������  foriliel'   pl'o>pcl*ol|S coudition,  Vou can't,  fight,  iho   u.-or*'   ol  fuel oil ���������.lU'.i'.e-.-.-ifully, with .a little,  local lilailii'l' and    il    few    i'e*-ulu'*  \y   .. ;n t      il'l-      .lo.'l!'!.-!  1^  1 lii'ir p'M'ly if they dmi'I <U> tin* or  they don't,   do    lh.il .     They   are  Und only bl; y ilei -1���������������������1  So vour uud tv-.v. ni*.  !'������������������ .  Iflhn t'liuadiaii   i Milicpc-, nr.    To ni.ike nu ,u iilie ������ no  any other nd;,oi n .-. le-.'.e   imt    llie  miiiie-.y tln*y i"iun"i   ciiipioy the  l.ilior,       W'hrll    Ci'll'iilini,,-   '.V.u'l anl  tl') mg tn m a mi   ynii    lu',ie\ e,    101  r      111,   WC Will  M'.i:  ih.I    *>,'. *,   le.V   .. utl>  1 ii* 1     ���������  OgOl-lllj",      HI.i-i..1      mi*     ,s"i' "ni  The V.Wft nt fuel oil will ho ihi'l'e,  with money mid iiilluoiiee, On  \dii ''cateh nn 'M   <��������������������������� ������������������  I 'ud inii uie sal-' undo tn m  Miue,  1 )er nil'ldh: id ih 1  ,'llit.    ���������>  If >o',i il ������ thh-, I'll do luciu ban,  1     I'll led ii,; \* rhi llie va-i,  ' n, 1   ti- .    .   ..(   ..     1   ,    t       , .   .  1.   '.  I 1 nil  I i  ^ Oil .'.iyj.i, ill ii   <     m.iii.     ������������������  mil not Um pai'iy *ai    ucni,      ( ... , 1      ft IS ������i UOSlilc UCl.  clumces ave that ihey \\ ill vote n.i j ���������      *������������������-   *(.  j!������er var I vill dechitre,  elcdioii day for  lie   pi'ty   frmii;    Mi.-s l.oiiii-.i by.'1*.' ".*; >'<<r \ n' j     Und in mein angei ri'-.e,  whnm   tlii-v   espi'.-i    i-i    net    thi'l i-iia 011 \V'' *. 1 m;-'. I Und '-���������-���������'���������'-l mein Zeppillil ship to  from Vau'cuuver to Al.ct)ride,B.C.  "  in the Northern ]>art0of the P130-  vinee, was ^42.50 one way;'  One.  settler- at   McBride,"   or-  I-,        , ���������  near Meliride,   would   be   worth -  liiore lo live Province   of  Krilisli  , Columbia.tha:i len ��������� settlers, over  j iu Aii:*.*rla  j f' '.-.-��������� *-i; 1 Id -.jnlv be a i',-.ir oouces-  siou ior iho'railv/:iys to haul settlers to P.rilish Columbia .points,  at rales iu keepim,*/with rates to  the prairies. Il th.crc are uo o]i  ponuui'ies today for a -working-  man iu lite ul-w'districts iu the  .liitcvuT ' of Hriti.'di Columbia  there are 110 opportunities anywhere on '(he face of the earth.  We cau understand thai the  average -.yiiikinyiuan would have  an intuilio. 'io slier clear of a  place with such, a name as Me  Pnide, but tli.it isn't any reason  why ihe railio;:,ii:> si'.oti'id charge  .so much for a ticket that it  would Ia r.iip...-i.dh*le fur him to  leaeit Mo I ������������������.hie under any cir  c,.im>.lane;*s.  hi \iew of   the f,i< t ihat   I'.ril  i-,',1    '-..li ii.'.; i in.- bet 11 so   htvisll  it; li. r ���������,. ills to l.iiiin.td.s,  ihe poo.  pr    li.ji\!'i h .'.''��������� j 1 itue return    ill  ,.  ;,'��������� '.i-i.i    * **d times   in   the  ii,.,  ... i\.'.\. -etl i...e:>   '.0111    ihe  a ,c::t.",vl' '  ;���������.:���������. '*:; 'o 'he    uii'.en  . , ,       unuor.1 Mie.     1 .!������������������ c ���������������������������' ���������' ji.o.ii'- j  ntli1 l'oai������',ill n|" tlin   o'llii'i', ili.tt llii'Vl  .1, ,,.,. i , ,      . ,.    , '  ! Inivu llieii' lI'iMiuii-. ,  a-   .1 en.i'  1 ihoi' in.: nm n.i.   1.1    1 m    >���������'...   unml, nl   u- :il    in ������������������ - -, '  .i;:tv i wi.iieriicss ol   liu* m'(M H>r.  Gte.itev N'.iiicoiivcr Chinook  Iblti-h <"n|iinibl������   i������ to   Imvo a  i *, -', ��������� o1, ildbltiuti hhos"  linn ,     Tiii-   ii.,- In 1 11 *'"  decision  nf   tin:   gi'.'-rnUH'til,     Wi-  had a  I Jniii'niii.i p'l-'ii.-iti-   011 llm snmn  lllo;-l per.-oual g un, or   Will    In iji  A Chinainaii wuh foun.l hauged   ,������������������ ,|���������.i,. am|,i,in���������ri  in a shack a! Chimitiiwii on   Saturday,,     An itaplei-t was held.  There was vi-rv   little   luti-iiiesh   . -.#,,  The reuiihir   monthly   nieeiiuo"! ,  .     ... .,.,.. ; \\ ealliilli-t'.*;'.  ,d the UI:--' !I..-pi"i! Ai'-V";' !  m-    1.1    1   im 1.1   ���������      ,���������,,,.,-i    A light up in der skies,  ���������ni.-.- Kliiiilii lili'kle I..**   1   Iiiil,   ' "        '  ..dhoine   iVmn    a    Msil    I-    ;���������.\v | Uis nltilliatMUl,   def  Co".,  I     Is v<*n o1' ir.'uy mot'-. j  Mein miii'i. i ������������������ .-,'.'."b -1 -���������'.''-.'������11 aii  v/ill be h"''l at ihe   Inniii'   nl  V! ���������'���������  '  AIiI.-iiiiim    A.     M.'Xed,     of|bei'oi,. ihe Ci!;,   C-un-.ci:   ut   'hx yt    M,-'-;;,,', ,,.,,   ,���������,     Ti.m-'..,  Cnui-!iii-\. ���������'������������������'.c. in   t'-'i" ''���������' Wid-! i-i':"il.n- ni'-.-tii'-.' *���������������    M  n'l.-.y  lie-diy. . ji'i,in ,  1 '��������� . S, j,:. 'it:.!.  1,  11  11  . il: ,i.-.-ii 'i 'i  t.     In..-  ���������1 ���������    u,i ;i  1  ...' ��������� 1.  ' Ii -1 <, 1 ' 1 ��������� wot Id fti    et flour,  |!c'.*;iu*-e \ ��������� . V 11 illeill banner  '-., ,11,  .Mid.'iJ tI.i; muter      I'   i.������   an   eiihy  1 nV nf ������������������'I'.v.ti;.' tre   l.i' it'g ' 11.  '   ,   ..   . , , '.     >'..   ,iji'������ n.  ; -In rn-.- ui'i'", nr cl,-e I'll lin���������  I/,-1! l-iMPJ'V'.'.oU AUF  iihhf;;;:. THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C,
tonsiiitis, Sore Throat, Chest
Colds, Can Be Cured Over Night
riiey Vanish Quickly if Nerviline is Well Rubbed in
When the throat tickles, when it
burts lo draw a long breath, when you
leel as if a knife were stuck in your
Side, it's time to draw out the congestion that will soon become pnuemonia.
An ordinary cough- syrup has no
chance at all���you require a powerful
penetrating liniment.
Nothing is known that possesses
more merit lu such cases than Nerviline.
Rub it liberally over the sides and
chest���rub it in hard.
'   The warm, sooiliini; effect of X or vill tie will be apparent in live minutes'
Nothin.*,'  like  it  for  t-nick   relief���
takes soreness out of the throat in one
rubbing���breaks up the chest cold,
draws out the inflammation, stops the
cough (juic'cly.
Hub it on for rheumatism���it de-'
stroys the pain���drives it right away.
Try it for stiff muscles���it works mir-
aefes in' just such cases.
Give Nerviline a chance on "your
neuralgia, prove it out for lumbago,
see what i,t can do for sciatica.
No pain relieving remedy compares
in power.to cure with Nerviline. Largest sale in Canada of any liniment for
nearly forty years. The reason is
plain.    It satisfies  every  time.
The large 50 cent family size bottle is more economical than the !���**���
cent trial size.. Sold by dealers everywhere, or the Ciitarrliozouo Co.,oKiiigs-
ton.-Canada.
Disease Kills Most
Fresh-Air Healthful
Astonishing  Figures Given by a  Doc-j Human    Nature    is    Prone to Ignore
tor in  Regard  to the  War j Essential   Truth";
Notwithstanding    modern    medical |     l^reFli air is always, better than air
lelonfe, eighty per cent, of the duit'-s, which is net fresh.   The best winter
u tiie present war are d.:o to disease, | air is outdoji-s,., The best-night air is
is-, against**'"t-.w.'m.*.'    due to gunfire, j the air which is most nearly as nature
"riu'Sfc   are   Uie   fig-ires   compile-.!   by ! made it. Cold, clean air is better tliati
, Jr.  !*'.   N.  Rdiidwiili.   writing   in  the 1 warm air.  which is  not so  pure, al-
Ruspital.    Tli'is  same  proportion  ob-   ways provided that thore shall be sut-
mlnnil during Uie Russo-Turidsh war   lic-io-il clothing aud food to maintain
if 187V-TS .   ,    tne neat and strength of the body.
In  the   Boer  war  the   losses   from ���     These factt, are ro   /el." unders ood
lisease were enormous, uot.wit!island-[ by physicians and students of health
Dye Making Industry    j   About CoSSacks
British  Government  Will  Assist Fin-'
ancing of Company to Everything
Manufacture
A  modified  plan  for  the  develop*
ment of
supply England
erly imported from Germany, was an-,any
nounced by Walter Runciman, presi-' ua��es
Is     Sacrificed   to   be   a
Skilful Swordsman
More   controversy    has    probably
the dye making industry to i arisen m regard to the origin ol the
agland with-dye stuffs form-! r-ame Cossack than in connection with
.vtwi from n��n,onv w0= ���*: any other word in the world's lang-
The name of Russia's famous
dent* oittthe boarcf of 'agriculture.'' The I soldiers has been variously derived
Plan will be undertaken under the 1irom words meaning, in distinct lang-
auspices  of the government. It  pro- ���uas8S' aa armed man> a sabre' a rov'
SPOHN'S 5 POINTS
It Is simple, safe and sure for all forms of Distemper.
It Is dependable for colts, brood mares and atbera.
It,restores normal functions.
It prevents disease���always ready.
It is the c ost economical.
Any good druggist, horse goods house, or manufae��
,   turers.
SPOHN   MEDICAL  CO.,  Goshen,  Ind.,  U.S.A,-
vides for the formation of a company
with a capital of ��3,000,000, of which
one-half will be placed on subscription.
The government is prepared to advance a pound for every pound subscribed up to a maximum of ��1,000',-
000. If necessary'the government will
make a further contribution
��500,000, at the rate of ��1 for ���.���.,, , . , .... , ,
��4 of additional capital subscribed.    I Powerful     military  confederacy   for
The government,advance will bear  hundreds of years later.
er, a goat, a promontory, a coat, a
cassock, and a district in Circassia.
By some people Cossacks are held to
be Tartars, and are regarded as such
in more than one sense of the w.ord
by their enemies. But they usually
claim to be pure Russian stock, and
point, proudly to  tlie  fact that they
un to fouSht for Russia as far back as the
r every ! teiltu century, and wore known as a
M.-.i   J I nowerful      militarv   r>on federncv   for
FARMERS
Can always make sure of getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OATS,
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' AGENTS.
ADDRESS  701-703  Y.f  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG.
interest of four per cent, and will be
repayable within twenty-five vears.
The government also will grant'$100,-
000 for laboratory and other incidental work.
jig the Improvements in military hy
fiene then in force.
Tlie Japenose, however, during the
war with Russia, were ablo, by exercising the most scrupulous care, to
reverse the ratio, ln the case .*,f
tlieir troops only one man died ot
Jisease to every four who died of
ivounds.
Like a Grip at ihe Throat.���Por a
ffisease that is not classed as fatal
there is* probably none which causes
wore terrible suffering than asthma.
Bleep is impossible, the sufferer be-
���ioraes exhausted ana finally, though
the attack passes, is left in unceasing
iread of its return. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's
Asthma Remedy is a wonderful cura-
iivo'agent. It immediately relieves the
restricted air passages as thousands
taai testify. It is sold by dealers
iverywhere.
TO  COMPENSATE5 LOSSES
President - Poincare      Signs    Decree
Opening   Special   Credit  of
"   "*'     $60,000,000
President   Poincare   has   signed , a
decree opening a'credlt of 300,000,000
francs ($00,000,000) to meet* tlie most
argent needs of persons "whose  property has been destroyed as a result
if. the war.
_Qfi*.icial_-statisticS-_give_the number
St applications for government aid
is 2,116,000, of which 261.000 were
refused. At present daily allowances
. ire. paid to 1,857,000 persons,, the
tverage per. family being 2 francs, 10
jentimes (42 francs). The daily outlay is 3,900,000 francs  ($780,000).
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in
Cows.
Mamma's Little Helper
"When unexpected company came
to, dinner, little Betty was told privately that she . and mother would
have to have oyster soup without the
oysters. The young lady was much
���flattered at lior share in this sacrifice
���to hospitality, and apparently disappointed when she found one small
���oyster, in h'..r plate. Holding it up on
���the * spoon, she, inquired In a fita'go
'���Vllffi-KT.    '
"Mother,    shouldn't    Mrs.    Smith
\bavcj this oysler, too?"
Helping the Settlers
Tn West Australia Uiot Agricultural
Biiiili has rciuiored valuable Borvico.
' rjp to tlio present over 1512,000,000 has
beon distributed to asst'l fiettlcrs to
purchase slock, plants, Implements
tnd furtlllzcTH, and to enable them to
carry out Improvement-* goiiorully on
their holdings. Interest Is paid bu
tha money advanced, and when tho
loans nre repaid they aro made avail-
nhlo for others.
problems that there is hardly need,of
publishing such axioms of personal
hygiene���or there would be none if
human nature were not so prone to
forget the truths which are most
necessary to keep in mind. And because fresh air iu winter often means
more or less momentary discomfort
the temptations to avoid it, or fail to
seek it, is especially strong at this
season.
Health and vigor are common in the
most incleme-it seasons among men
much exposed- to the elements. ��� Consider the lumbermen of northern,forests, the fishermen of winter seas. It
is stated by careful observers that the
French troops in the highlands of
Lorraine and Alsace, living out in the
s::ow and sharp, cold midwinter, have
gained, on the average, five pounds
apiece since their hard life in, the
trenches began, and they ar^pictured
as ruddy and sturdy in the highest
degree..
Such examples of outdoor living in
winter can be found in great numbers.
They abound in America. Their lesson
is plain. With dry,feet, warm clothing' and goou food, the human body
not only defies winter cold but thrives
upon it.���Cleveland Leader.   '     ~*
Kidney Disease in
ySymptom
Your Liver
is Clogged up
That's Why You're Tired���Out of
Sort�����Have no Appetite.
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
' will put you right
in a few days,
They do'
their" duly
Cure
Constipation,
Biliousness, Indigestion, and Siik Headache.
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.
Genuine must bear Signature
ritaiii?s Allies
>
Are ^Astonished
JO^m ah* ****_ ��\"cm.ir*i;i
JLJ-rvA"-
WHY   MRS.   MARK   FOUND   QUICK
RELIEF IN DODD'S KIDNEY
PILLS   "
And Hair Fall Out
i
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'..&\kx��-^y{-   Ai]\ {
New   Brunswick   Lady   Who   Suffered
For Six Years Tells How She
Found a Speedy Cure
Miscou Harbor, Gloucester Co., N.B,
���(tipeoial).���"For some live or six
years I was troubled with backache.
1 tried many tonics, but kepi growing
steadily worse, until I decided to try
Dodd's Kidney Pills. They gave me
almost Immediate relief."
This is the statement of Mrs, A.
Mark, well known and highly respected here. Asked to give more
particulars In regard to her case, Mrs.
Mark said:
"My troubles started with a cold,
and gradually grew worse. I md
stiffness In my joints arid cramps in
my muscles and suffered from neuralgia. I had heart fluttering!* nud
headaches, my sleep was broken and
inirefieshlng and I wns always tired
j and nervous. 1 had dark circles under
my eyes, I was irritable and often.
Ai/7.y and had a bitter tasto iu my
mouth in the luornlngH. 1 also had
ultaekH of rheumatism,
"It just took three boxes of Dodd's
Kidney Pills to fix me up." *
Every  symptom  Mrs,  Mark    mentioned spoils   kidney disease,   That1!?
why sho fouid Kiii-h quick relief in
Ijodd's Kidney Pills,
" ���������_^.���___
Story of Two RccrultB
Two women of my acquaintance
hnve Just provided u recruit upfoco
for the army. Their husbands (both
peniiiineiit out-ol'-workcra) rocolv-orl
tlie luirlliiinniitiiry recruiting committee's letters nnd forum-, and being un-
iicciiHtonu'il to writing or taking
trouble handed tho matter to tho
wives to rloiil with. To their Biirprlfio
nml dlHgiiHl a few days lnltor thoy
receive il order*- tn no boforo tho
doctor for -.'xiiiulnatlniv���and worn
punned! The army ^nbw. two rocnillH
twn wIvr-H gel rid of liwy liiwlmiidu
and urn puld by flu* Rnvorniiiorit for
thoir Ions!, ���London t'hronlclo.
The oiiho  with   which corim and
warts cnu bo jomi-vod by llollowuy'H
Corn I'lii-u In Its nti-oiiK'oa* recommendation.   It HCllllJ i I'iiIIh,
V^ .Because oi-xjf
Da n draff and Eczema?
f     -��t + �� /-* -it *-���*m,     Iks    *��.  f*, -w\
and Ointment
Promote hnir-ftrowing con-
clitions when all else fails.
f Samples Tree hy Mull
' CNitVmrt f)4ip iDfl Olnlmxat siAtl ttirou��hout th*
*/in\i. UtiPfil i*mpleol mcIi mtllMl fr��, Willi 83-p.
\nnk. liiUm "CUUCUU," Unit. It. Uo��Uid, VM.L,
Tho Into Arclilihiliop of (Jftntorbiiry,
dropiilng Into u Louden linn: Kiul
eluirch, miiig with nil his forco lu il
hymn with wliiine time and timo he
had nnt tlm fiilntont iiciiiinliilii ice,
A worJihiff mini In lt Ih pow w IiIh pored houi'Miily to him nt the. concliirtlon:
"linl'i'er, if yon can't tilng, don't up-
liOt    tllO    WllUlO    OlOUIllUl    Cl'lll'iVbiltU'il
i-jvi:,!' 11"
Never   Dreamed .'England   Could   Put
Millions"in\the Field
Paris despatches . indicate the in-'
creasing influences;.,upbn French opin-'
ion of the visits to; England, of M.
Millerand, French- minister of war,
and M. Augeur, the French minister
of marine, who had audience-with the
king.
. The Paris Temps says that nobpdy
dreamed a" few months ago that Eng-
Englaud could do what/ she has done
in throttling German��� commerce .on
the seas, in developing the regular
"force's-a"lrea"dy-in���France,���amlrespec-
ialiy in raising, clothing and equipping fresh armies of a million men* in
a few mouths, practically out of nothing, while at the same time furnish-
���ing.-France and Russia with supplies
they no longer were able to provide
themselves with.
Sir Arthur Paget, sent on a special
mission to France and Russia, enables further proofs to be given ��� the
Allies of the great strength England
is on the point of bringing against
the enemy, while the visit of Prince
Yussohol'f ..to Paris and London further attests the unity.and determination now possessing the Allies.
The. London Times' Paris despatches indicate that the French
army,has also doubled its lighting efficiency since the opening* of the war.
The Daily News says: "The German people have hungered for a victory, which cannot bo satislied. A victory is urgontly needed, all tho greater because on the southern frontier
from Roumania and Italy, the mciuco
of disastrous shock draws over nearer', Tho now advance against Servia
is no doubt intended to ward off this
blow, but it Is far more likely to hasten It. - Moreovor all the advantages
which I-llndonbui'g enjoyed in the Polish campaign wo now enjoy. On the
Egyptian frontier tho issuo may bo
regarded wtih every confidence."
The London Dally Telegraph says
"In all the world Germany .'.as not
ono friend, ai-d hap not but two unhappy allies, who aro bitterly ropent-
Ing tlio folly that joinod their fortunes wtih hers, and aro ciiming tho
Gorman nnmo only lose loudly than
their' open enemies. Tho colossal
military ndviintiiro upon which Wil-
helm ll. nnd lils advlaors launched
tholr country, Iiiih brought It to the
brink of such ruin ns no modern stato
has faced, Aa for the invni-lon of
!-'ff.vpt, it Is a more profoHHlonal project ontortiilnod by tho political auto-
cratB over hIiicu tlio Kaiser declared
hlniHiilf tho portector of tho Mohnm-
moiliin woi'M. II. drawn Gorman offl-
opi-H nnd mnn from Ilio woHtorn"tlioa-
trn of win- and tlio-o Ih no indication
of any cuuho for a moment'-- uiiojihI.
tiOHH from thu effect of tlio IiiviihIoh
upon our position."
Tho Yorkfllilro Pout fifiyn: "Tho
IM-mmliiii inonnrcliy and jiuiliorilom
can hIiow tiothliiR romotoly oorrna-
pondenl to Uio recent wonder of tlio
world when lirltlhh communltloR In
nil parts of tho rIoIm* woro noon
flockhiK lo tho nHHlRtnnco of Uio
iniitliorlaiul, with barely any tie ovor
(hem hiivo affection, Tho Knlticr'n
doclrinoH fn Hod iirtor fifty yuan* to
placate u Clonnini provlncn ho was no
anxloiiH to PritHKlfiiil/.e, anl It remain*-
to bn hooij whnthor tho Irresponsible
innnni'cliliun lio o.vnltod nnd tlio war
RPirlt ho Klorlflod will tasto bo Hwnot
(n  Cm  tnmtMiu  of tho Gni'tivm fionpio
whon thoy:'llnd thoy inchido tho bit-
tlil-lll'HH   Ol'   lll'H'ilt."
Tho Mniu-hoHtcr Gunrdliin wiya:
"CVM-tnln liiHtublllly wiih from tho first
tlin wenkoHt point In tho Kalsnr'a
ohnrnctor,    lie  In  not  tho  man  to
There are really two main types of
Cossacks���one known as the Little
Russians, and the other as the Don
Cossacks, the latter being the better
and more enlightened type. Both tho
Little Russians and the Don Cossacks,
however, who together number about
1.000,000 mon, are born soldiers and
splendid fighters. A certain number
follow agricultural pursuits, while
in some of the isolated Cossack villages on the outposts of Russia, Central Asia and Caucasus they gain a
livelihood by fishing. Everything,
however,' is sacrificed by the Cossacks
in order to-be skilful swordsmen and
horsemen.
They are capable of doing anything in the saddle. Cowboys, broncho
or circus riders are not i'. it with
these amazing riders, , and in peace
times they amuse themselves by such
feats as leaping , from the . saddles
while the horses aro going at full
gallop, and then remounting, springing from one horse to another, riding
double, snatching a man from the
ground supposed to be wounded, and
picking up coins as they hang head
downwards from the saddle while the
horse'is travelling at full speed.
The Cossacks are liable for military service for lifr from the age of
nineteen.. They provide their, own
horses and equipment, and for the
first two years are trained at their
homes. Then they enter what' i3
.known* as the "first category" regiment of their district, in which they
remain for four years.
These regiments are permanently
embodied . and may be employed in.
any part of the empire. The men then
pass to the "second category" regiment for. another four years, and to.
the third for a similar period. Finally
there is a period of 5 years in reserves
which fills casualties in time' of -.var;
but every Cossack, up to any age, can
be called out at a time of emergency
to  assist in  the  national  defence.
WHO WILL PAY OFF THAT MORTGAGE
Should You Die Suddenly ?
Keep the Roof over the Children's Head by a Policy ia
THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OFFICES:    Winnipeg, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Vancouver,
Calgary,    Reglna.      Agents    Wanted.   ���
Used Women as Screen
With   Their   Children   They   Had   to
 *������Spend-Night-on-a-Bridge =r
Women and little children were
forced to spend 'a night on a bridge
by'the German-." troops , that invaded
Belgium;, to prevent the French from
destroying the structure, it was" asserted iiy a report of Uu -special
Anglo-Belgian committee appointed to
question Belgian refugees,
Belgian nuns and priests suffered
the same treatment, the report said,
regardless of climatic conditions.
From the first moment of invasion
the Germans used old men, women
and children as screens to protect
their advancing troops. The fact that
not only the smallest patrols, but
entire armies . employed the ,'same
means led the Belgians to believe
that this use of noncombatants in war
had been drilled into the Germans as
part of their army tactics,,- the corn-
mil tee reported,
. The Germans inflicted, the most
cruel treatment upon Belgian civilians taken prisoners and, transported
to Gormany, the report said. Thoy
were styled "frnnc-tlreurs," horded In
filthy cattle trucks, and lodcd in most
Insanitary rjuarters, it was charged.
In some instances thoy woro Insulted
by mobs and often loft without food,
the cnmmltteo said.
Belgian military prisoners woro
fairly well treated, but were given no
clothing or soap and woro 'not provided with Banltary conveniences.
' Falrvillo, Sep. 30, 1902.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Dear Sirs,���Wo wish to Inform you
that wo conaldor your "MINARD'S
LINIMIONT a vory superior article,
and wo use It as a sura relief for
soro throat and chest. Whon I toll
you I would not bo without It if the
prlco was ono dollar a bottlo, I moan
tt.
Yours truly,
CIIAS. F. TILTON,
Under n law which has Just como
Into forco in )!*n--lanill no court huh-
ton co; of Iobh limn llvo dayii cnu bo
Imposed, and llnm imiH|-. lin given lo j HtnniV~aiiIiIn��i" Uio"hIiviini 'wiii-IiT Rot
b
p.*.*.    iilii^m,      Uu it *-.,-���      iwi     tv.!)    ��|ii.vi��i
rciiHOim ll Ib fell to be necoHHiu-y lo
commit prl-ioiion* to jnll liiflteud, tii
In Union )iiibt, I'Iiich are to ho ii:i!-
form iu amount throughout the conn,
try, and coi-Uh aro to form no part of
a punlHliiuuiil,
Man  of  Hia  Word
ijcyinin cuiii nu, *��S ii muni niiiua un
nlement of nortionul tragedy In a
caronr of many yonriV fitaiulliiK fof
peaco, only to culmlnato lu an act
which oponni] tho wlokodost nggron-
Blon ln modern hlatory."
Saskatchewan Not Hard Hit by War
Lloiitonant-Ciovoriior (j W. Drown,
oi. his roturn from i.ttcndlii'* the cole-
bi-atloii of tho Hundred Voura of
I'eiico at Now GtIoiuih, htilled in nn
Intorvlow without hesitation that
that from tho ilnaiiclul standpoint tlio
province of BuHkatchowan is -uiiTorlng
loss than any part of tho United
BtatcQ, .especially tho liouUioni States,
On Sale Everywhere-���Thoro may bo
country merchants who do not koop
Dr. Thomiia' Kcloctrlc Oil, Uiouj-.li thoy
aro fow nnd far between, and thoso
mny siiR'Kost that somo othor oil Is
"nnt ns irnnd. Thero !, not.liln-�� ho
good ns a llnlnu'tit or as an Internal
iiit'ijii'iii-j in i.t.*'U]/i cu-iCi. Take iu
othor. Tho demand for It shows thut.
It is tho only popular oil,
MAGAZINE  POST VALUED
Number of Packets to and From Britain Shows* Big Increase ,
Postmaster Hobhouse, replying toa
question on the new scale of postage
on newspapers, etc, to Canada, said
the quantity of such packets hasi increased sevenfold since the establishment of magazine post. He cid not
think the new scale introduced with
the concurrence of the Canadian government would hamper in any way
the spread of British sentiment.
The manager of a factory.is reported to have assembled his men together in the time office and told them to
vote in a municipal election as they
pleased. "In fact,. I shan't tell you
how I am going to vote," he said,-"but
after it is all over I shall.have a barrel of beer brought into the yard."
("Hear, hear!" shouted the men).
"But I shan't tap it unless Mr. Blank
gets in."
Deadly Anaemia
Nine Women and Girls Out
of Every Ten are Afflicted
With This Trouble
It is an unfortunate fact.that nine
women and girls out of every ten are
afflicted with anaemia���which means
bloodlessness���in one form or another..
The girl in her, teens, -the wife, the
mother and the matron of middle age
all know its miseries. To be .'anaemic
means to be pallid,.with dark marks
under the eyes. .You are breathless
aTOT~slight-exertiom���You-fcel-worn-
out and depressed all day. You have
no- desire for food and often cannot
digest what little you do take. Headaches, backaches and sldeaches make
life,miserable. If you.sleep at night
you do not feel refreshed in the morning and are utterly unfit for the day's
duties. If neglected, anaemia almost
surely leads on to deadly consumption.
Renewed health can only be obtained
through- the use of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills���tlio most reliable blood enrich-
er. ever discovereu. These pills actually make new, rich, red blood;,they
bring brightness to the eyes, and the
glow of health' to palo cheeks. They
have literally saved thousands ot
women and growing girls from the
grave, and what they have done for
other-? they' can do for you If given a
fair trial. Here is the proof. Mrs.
VVm. Kierman, Watrous, Snsk, says:
' 1 have used Dr. Williams' PinK. fills
wiih wonderful wilts I tuiTeroii for
upwards of two years with anaemia
in a severe form, and was doctorimi
all the time with no benefit. I was so
weak I could scarcely walk. I suffered fi'om severe headaches and at tlmos
from backachoa th..t wero almost unbearable. The troublo affected my
digestion, and this caused additional
discomfort, Finally through the persuasions of a friend I begun 'ho- use
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I
shall over be grateful that I did so, as
after- using nine boxos I wns fully restored to health. I would earnestly
urge all anaomlc womon and girls to
uso Dr. Williams' Pink PHI a for I fool
confident from my -own exporlenco
that they will renew tholr health."
These pills aro sold by allmedlclno
doalors or may bo had by mull at 50
cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 from
Tho Dr. Williams' Medlclno Co,,
Drockvlllo, Ont.
Why Germany Hates England
Tho reason Is so t-lniplo and has
nothiiiH* wluitover to do Mth any
"betrayal of Teutonic cuitiii'o." lt
Ih Unit against Hussla and Franco,
Germany bollovod she hud a llghtliiK
chanco, but thai a Kill nut Husslii ami
Kriinoe and Great llrltiiin sho knows
she has none. Our navy, our Incomparable roHoiircoH In mon nml wealth,
havo turiuiil tho hciiIos .iKiilnut hor
and ma do lior lank impossible and hot
failure certain. That is why Gor-.
many IiiiIuh uh ' boyond any of the
Allies, and with a 'julto peculiar for-
oolty. Wo do not roelprnc to It, and
thoro foro It crimen all tho oaalor for
as to grin anil boar \*��� Thoro, Is hardly a troco cf l.oHtllltv in tho Hoiiilmnni
of tho Llrltlsl. pooplo toward tho Germans, Th��ro Is, on Uu. other hand,
a strong nnd just i ntiiKonlsm aniiinBt
tho Gorman war canto and its spirit
and Uh loaderH.���Sydncy Urooku lu
tho Indopoiidont,
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d^Md ����owiijDAy3-n��AC
..iiz'i ��* "-"i ���*""-" oo,�� ��������*���" ���"���*
ntun��d altar mto j blayd* ia day*.
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tr swidrmai /uiy^rictmM jot
gat; our lata* lot jlllintratad cataktm
aud tarn all about out asaclal propa*
J sit-aioriaa low i^cas-wI'TaaMalah jZ
fiUB ftCUT;,*.u-twalco��tt*
URCUEni writ.uiapoit��L
awl catalorca with -TuHpartlcnlan w*
b* wotto you r*rt~M,P(MrtpAl(k
feTno^1*0 n0t *'*���*���
UYSLOf* ��HOTHERa,LlmlUtf
��**. ��   TOROWta, Guuh
Children Teething
BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND
LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING
PERIOD.   THANKS TO
Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrup
PURELY VEGETABLE���NOT NARCOTIO
Corns
Cured
Quick
Applied in
5 Seconds
Soro,  blistering   feet
from      corn - pinched
toes can be cured by
Putnam's   Extractor ia
24 hours.    "Putnam's"' soothes   away ,
that drawing  pain,    eases  instantly, "*
makes the feet feel-good at once. Get -
a 25c bottle of "Putnam's' today. .
The Fresh Air Treatment
The Life Out:Doors That Brings Good.
y ^H ell th ;" : "
In 1841, -when William Thompson
Osborne was twenty-nine years old, a
group of able physicians . informed
him that he was. about to die'- He-'
was a consumptive and his .case was
considered hopeless. ,  '
William Thompson Osborne died
last week at Newburg, N.Y., at the
age of 103. Till the end he was hearty and vigorous and thoroughly enjoyed life. ��� "
. For Osborne, after he had been definitely condemned to death, took to
living In the open air. He loved the
out of doors and determined to enjoy
to the utmost the few months of life
remaining.. This was long before the
outdoor treatment of consumption had
been put Into practice. Osborne merely lived in tho open because ho enjoyed -it.
Old Stonehammer���Hey. Don't you
sec that sign? No hunting allowed.
Young Bonechisel���I'm using a bow
an' arrow, you old boob. That's not
hunting aloud.
Woman���rDoes  that parrot swear?
Dealer���Vory prot'.lly, mum, for so
young a bird.''
"Why didn't you toot your horn if
ii   nm   wora BflW t|,0 nmn jn t))0 r0||(j ft-,)(6ft(*|j
Wlfov���You've clmr-p-fid dreadfully.!    ��-j ncurod,"    replied the chauffeur,
Hefore wo woro manir.d you mild that  "that It would bo moro merciful If ho
you'd lay down your lifo for mo,
Hubby���Well. I  did���my    lifo    of
mingle bloflacdnofls.
VV. N. U. 10-��2
,   What we call "time enough" alwavy.
[provai little ououkIl
novor knew what atruck hlra."
Probably Not
The Truant���Wonder will mt declare an armistice 'til we get luppor.
T o laugh Is not -*lwayB aRiiInRt tho
rnnnflt. Ono war- Into for parade ln
the morning.
"Whnt yor late for?" nnappod tho
orrlorly Borgeant,
"For pamtlo, of courno," wan tho
curt roBpoiiHo.
"Havo )uu uuylulurl to e.iy Ictoro
I pasn Bontonco?"   ���
"Yen, your honor. I would call your
attention to lho fact that tho fool
lawyer who defended mo was aHHlga-
od to tho caHo hy youroolf."
^rhFiP> gra����'a(cd Eyelids,
l3rUI V '"**' inflamed by expo*
inre tn Suit, Dm I ��nd Wlai
B^IAafXaO quiclcly relieved by Marlot
LVCS ty<Realty.NoSm-uiin-r,
V VW* juit Eye Comfort. /��
Vour DwgZ'tt'i 50c per Dot lie. Maria"* Eye
SalviinTubei25c. ForBiokillbeF.yeFreenk
Diuggiiu or Marlu eye Utmtiy Ct.. CUetft
In nn advortiBou.ont by a railway
company of boiho unenllod for goods
tho letter "L" Iuib neon by an accident dropped from tho word "Lawful,"
and It now roada: "Peoplo to whom
thOBc packages nro director! are ro-
quested to como forward and pay tne
awful charges on tho Hiimo,"
Small "Boy���Good flnhln"! Ycaslr;
ye go down that private road till yo
come to th' nlgn "TronpaBB**/B Will be
Pronocuted,' cross the floH with th'
fAfilEfTS WIFE
ALMOST A WRECK
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound ��� Her
Own Story.
London, Ont.���" I am a farmer'! wife
nit] a very busy woman. Last summer
I wan taken with
Bevcre pains in my
back bo bad thnt I
could not (rot up or
scarcoly move without pain, and my
period*- wero painful. M y hiiflhnnd
called In a trooil doctor anil I wns under
hin caro for some
timo, but he did me
littlo or no Rood.
Ono day a friend of mine told mo to
ry Lydia E. Pinlcham'a Verretable
Compound oa aho had b��-en greatly
lelped by It I bogan taking' It and
loon got well, and my porloda became
i;itiir&l agair.. Since tVi-n T hnv�� hurl
*orfpciWIJ.h, tn fact I have never folt
o well In my life. Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetablo Compound ii a i medicine
nany women need. If you .think thie
otter will help othor women ploaao pub-r,
Uh it*'-Mr��. K. C. YoUNO.Tnmbllng'i
Jorner, London, Ontario, Canada,
Women who Buffer from those (Hstr��as-
ng Ills pecullnr to their sex should not
loubt tho ability of Lydia E. Plnkham'i
/ogeUil-lo Compound to restore tlieir
i-alth.
If you have tilt) nllp-ht-Mt ilnnfut
lint LycHa ri2.I>lnlchnm*M Vc-gota-
lo Compound will li��lp>'ou,wrlt��
�� LyillttlS.rinklmm MvaMcUwCo,
conlldimtlal) Lynri,Mft>��8.,foriirt-
vice.  Your letter* will be optfnftil.
^
bull In lt an' you'll boo a sign "No   rend nml answered.':by.n womu%
Fishing Allowed���that's it." nnd Ueld la atrlct couUdenc��. smts^^  THE-    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND.    B. L.  f  IS,  Itspood  mrHUtle  dirls,tod  Everybody���������:  young and old  -���������loves the rich, ���������*  -delicious flavor of  Every Available  Deadly Missiles  ^  EDWARDSBURG  Crown Brand  Corn Syrup  IVIclXl   IS   Tctk(ill   Germ*nsAre. Now Firln9 New High  I Explosive Shells  ~ j    A  recital   of  recent  developments  Consternation  Said  to  be  Ruling  in   jn the war by an official observer at-  Austria-Hungary Owing to .Lat-      , tached    to the British military head-  est Troon  Lew ' 1uarters������    given out here, includes a  n>K   ������������������������:. ��������� ���������*���������     f *-k���������-i .������!���������'������������������������*������������������ '' description of new projectiles'employ-  Ihe stringency of the latest Austro-   ed b /^ Germans.  Hungarian war levy has created con-       ���������- "  steruatlon in the monarchy, as apparently the military authorities are de-   expl08lvo   shell    detonating   with a  no loophole of es-    loud   f 4V  cape from service ... | _ort    "  Tbe official Bu.mu.ins embraces the   l\tv.aain-  "In some parts of our front the Ger-  jj*" I mans are firing a new type of high  .       j     . .    i ,      ,   ,      . explosive   shell,   detonating   with a  termined to leave'.no loophole of es-   cl*U(i of ^ ^uit6 8mok(f��������� the re.  Their mine thrower also  ,   ,    ^ ,. ,,    . .      ,        occasionally throws a large bomb or  whole forces liable for service trom      rlal torped    threQ feetfenino lnche9  19 to 3b years, of age.    Young men h and nearly ten inches wide.   It  who in 1914 were for the third and   weighs more th/n. 200 pounds  "The anticipations of the enemy as  last time, declared , exempt through  physical" disability, and men rejected  three mouths ago, must again pro-  sent themselves  It is a dally treat���������the perfect sweet.   Just what the  children should have on Bread���������costs tar less than  butter ot preserves.   Delicious with Hot Biscuits,  and* Batter Cakes.   Gives a new  delight  to  Baked Apples, Blanc-Mange and Puddings.  Makes the best Candy 5'ou ever-tasted.  "LILY WHITE" is a pure -white Corn Syrup, not as pronounced  iu flavor, as "Crown Brand". Your Grocer has bot it Brands,  in -?, 5, io ana 20 pound tins���������or can easily get them for you.  ������������������ ��������� - ���������  -a '.    g-  The Canada Starch Co. Limited,    Montreal  to the.-possible duration of,the war,"  the statement continues,   "are shown  mi,      ������������������������ ��������� 1       .,r   a 11 hy the measures they are taking to i  fn������i^0?1?alAn<JtflCattoni*c������,ls UP   P^Pare for any shortage -in. certain  foreign  born Austrians and^Huiigar-   ������lasSQS ot. food*    ln soj>ne t0WM or.  inns who were naturalized after they   ders ,     0 b       issued th t   ��������� kU ,  ]luLZ������nl ed, i*?eir,33ru lear' ,thonBh  refuse   not   required   by the lnhabl-  l;f ^n   hfei^tolorei,.havo been-en-   tants to feed tlielr own ������nlmal8 Bhall  tirely exempt from military service.      b0   Baved   and   hanfled   over  to   the  We unnesitatingly  -recommend Magic Baking  Powder as being the best, purest  and most healthful  baking,powder that it is possible to produce*  CONTAINS NO ALUM  All ingredients are plainly printed  on the label  MAGIC BAKING POWDER  EW.GattTTCO.LTD,  TORONTO, ONT.  W1NN1PEG-W0NTREAL  authorities. Efforts have been made  also to gauge the public taste in tho  matter of preserved meats by selling  salted beef, mutton and pork at cost  price."  w  ~������ (  II  a.  OUT OF DATE"  1  To use . White  Phosphorous  Matches  It is now Illegal to niake  " White Phosphorous "  Matches. ; In a year's  y time it will be unlawful  to sell them.  .If you're strong for Efficiency ���������."For Made in  Canada" ���������''and" "Safety  First" you will use  Ses-qui Non-poisonous  ATCHES  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  II Yenisei ou r of sum's"kun down' 'cot the bluks'  Bl'FFKK tram KIDNEY, m.ADPEK, NERVOUS DISKAStt.  CMK0NICYVEAK.\'!**SS,U1.C|-.KS,8K!N EKUT IIONS.PILES,  (,write   for FKl-E CI,"TH  H- UNU  MKIIICAL BUOK ON  Jlicae disease* an.1 wundkkfui. cukes affected br  TH E IMSW Fl-;ei*-CH REMEDY. i������.1 W������2 |M.3  tne remedy for youk OWN ailment. Absolutely FREE  No'follow up circulars. No oblic-'tions. l)it. LeClekC  Mjcj* Cii.llAV'EKSinrxK'D.HJMi'siK/tP London,Eua  WE  WANT TO PrtOVi THKKAPION WILL CUtli  >0������.  Trespass on Railroads  Many    Persons    Killed    and  I n j u re ci  While Walking on Tracks  " More than one-third of the total  number of persons killed or injured  by the railroads of '.he United States  in the last.ten years were trespassers  either walking on railroad tracks .or  riding on railroad trains without warrant. The great majority of the vic-  tiriis, moreover, were not. of the hobo  variety, but persons who wore walking along the track or across it, at  other tban an* established crossing  because tbe path offered a short cut  to tlieir 'destination.  In only thirteen States are' there  specific laws prohibiting trespass on  the railroad- rights of way, and in  other States where efforts have .been  made for such legislation it has been  met with bitter opposition as a piece  of railroad arrogance and chiefly i-e-  cause it has not been .recognized as  a safety measure. But an average  killing or maiming of,thirty-three hundred persons a- year ought to be  ample warrant- for a statute of this  nature solely in tiie interest of public  safety. It might bo supposed to be of  less importance to,the'railroads than  _to_the_publie. Thelrailroad_cannot_be.  held responsible financially for the  safety of the trespasser; the interference with the operations of trains due  to the track walkers probably,, is negl-  ible. The chief advantage of the law  to the railroad would he in authorizing more drastic- treatment of the  hobo problem! Of course,- the people  ought to be sufficiently mindful of  their own safety to avoid .the risk.  But. as a .matter of fact, they are not,  ���������Philadelphia Bulletin.  vi  IS YOISU  iumdrkh?  ~^M  ?=&.  About ten army corps, mostly German troops, including all availaolo  cavalry, are concentrated in Southern  Hungary, where decisive battles in  the great war will shortly be fought.  Germany's plan is to mass the bulk of  the available forces and oppose the  Russian invasion of Hungary from  Bukowina.  Meanwhile other forces are being  collected along the Servian frontier,  lest the Servians should resume their  offensive. Hungary after Poland and  Galicia will soon become the chief  battlefield in the eastern theatre of  the war.  The difficulties of getting news out  of Austria already great, are now Increased by extraordinary precautions  ,taken to prevent tne so-called smuggling of news across the Italian frontier.' Passengers bound for Italy are  .now carefully searched and are shadowed by detectives if they are suspected of bringing information from  Trent or Trieste". Even- family correspondence is seized by the .Austrians, who fear that discussion' or  .ordinary domestic topics may be a  cover for hidden meaning.  In Hungary the military authorities  have ordered  the killing of all  carrier pigeons, which thoy have ascer-!  tained  were  used formerly to carry  news to Italian ports.   The only news' j  of present conditions of Hungary is '  obtained .through   Roumania,     where .  many ��������� inhabitants    of    Transylvania  Potentate   Has   Lost  rOWCl*  have crossed the frontier,    but Rou- -   manian    authorities are withholding! ���������* -  all,news of a military-character. Abdul  Hamid, the Turk, Now Out of  Percherons Gain Ground   l  n  Poo^ Blood  is the indirect cause of much \  winter sickness���������it allows chills,  invites colds and sickness.  .   Nourishment alone makes blood-  not drugs or liquors���������and the nourish-  , ing food in Scott's Emulsion charges  summer blood with winter richness  and increases the red corpuscles.  Its Cod Liver OU warms  the body, fortiftea* the lungf,  and alleviates rheumatic  tendencies.  YOUR DRUGGIST HAS IT.  K-45        SHUN SUBSTITUTES.  l't������,*&*fcUfl^^  Importations of Frenc'-. Draughters  Increase Fifty Per Cent. In Four  Years, Wh!le_Clydes Fall Off ���������  . Canada is the stronghold of the  Clydesdale horse ou this "side of the  Atlantic but even there the Percheron  seems destined to equal or surpass  him! in popular favor. This Is indi-  ed by increasing'importations of the  cated by increasing importations0 of  the French-horses and a falling off in  the number of Scottish draughters  brought over. In a recent issue* ot  the Field E. B. White, president of  the Percheron Society of America,  calls attention to the fact that in 1909  there were imported into. Caj-'ada 1,-  185 Clydes and S3 Percherons., while  in 1913 the number of Clydes had fallen to 64G and the number of Percherons had increased to' 42S. One breed  thus made a gain of more than fifty  per cent, in four years, while the other  lost about forty-throj per cent.  That the*long hair on the legs of the  Austrians Want Colony  Prisoners In Canada Direct Appeal to  to Dominion Government  Thirteen hundred Austrians signed a petition which was presented  to Win. 11. Bradley, United Statei  .-oiisul for Montreal, praying his ln-  .ercession of a. plea to the govern*  .neut that they be allowed to form  -i farm colony.  The petitioners state that they ar������  kept in this country oil account ot  the indelinite state of non-imprisoned  prisoners and "are treated without  any regard to international law, being neither allowed to leave tha  country nor given the opportunity to  forestall the horrors aud miseries of  hunger and cold,"  The petition sets forth that the,  signers were Induced to' come to the  country to work, and they brought aa  abundance of good will. They have  been discharged because of the war,  although willing to ,work, they claim.  In.conclusion, they beg to be given  Clydes is urgely responsible for their j ft ���������������j!an������e   t0 ^im   agriculturists.  failure to keep pace with the Perch-'   .   Av������   mv.e 11,lear<1'    sa>;s  the   petl-  i .ir ion!- hooii  on.   tion, "about, the suggestion  to send  us together to a bush, to found thcr-a*  Blucher was a Blunder  Was to Have Been the.Answer to the  British   Invincible  Class    ,,  Count' Reventlow,  writing    on  the  naval battle in the North Sea for the  Sight and Almost Out of  ;-. Mind  Abdul Hamid, "the Wicked," in his  day of power caused considerable stir  in the world. Nov,' Abdul Hamid is  hidden away no one knows where,  completely out of the world's sight  and mostly out of the "world's mind.  It is not unlikely that Abdul Hamid  Tumor*), l.iums cured without knllo<  5L pain. All work euimnteed. ^r''t-'*'Koh',li,;*Ji01  'fl .....P'*; WILLIAMS. Snachtllat en,'<?������iicrt-'  V SOOS ijiilvorally Ave. 8. K. UlnnoaiiolU.MInn.  anaeR������icff rwogm-amwu w���������  '  When is a Citizen Not a Citizen ���������  Casuistical and altogether deceit-  .fully continued is the German Em-  - plre's citizenship law, which was  ���������adopted by the Roichstagf,and Bun-  .dosriith nnd signed .July 22, 1913, by  ���������the Gorman Emperor at Ualbolm, on  ���������the yacht llohenzollorn. Tho text  *of this law rouda us follows:  "Citizenship Is not lost by ono  .-who, before acquiring foreign citl-  ,'zonsliip luis sociirod on application  -.the written consent'of the competent  .-Authorities of his homo state to re-  -tain his citizenship. Before this  ���������consent Is given the German Con-  ;su| la to bo heard."  Which  moans  that    a  mnn   may  take out- nuturnll'/iitlon papers and  ���������Pubs among uh as a Canadian citl-  ���������/ion whilo by secret arrangement ho  Is really yot a Gorman.  For yearn Mothor Graves' Worm fix-  "ti'i'iuinutor has rnnkod as tlio most ot-  ���������fpctlvp prepii .ltlon iniinufapturpd, and  :lt always maintain-* Uh reputation,  A Wise Girl  "Ah, Marie," biiUI the unli'iit young  'iiiillloiiuiro. "I lovo you more than  tonguo can loll!"  "Good work!" replied t. ��������� doniuro  ���������Utile rlioi-un girl. "Put ll In wrltluK,  ���������Sydney. I'd rntlior luivi* It down In  'Mick und white, anyhow."*  Minard's Liniment Cure6 Diphtheria.  Weed Distribution by Feed Grain  Ordinary commercial grades of  grain coming out cf terminal elevators aro foul with weed seeds. Analysis  of'.five samples of No. 2 Canada Western oats taken from as many terminal elevators showed 313 noxious weed  seeds per. pound ai.o a much larger  number of other weed seeds. In.trans-  portation some of these.are distributed along tlie railway und introduced  into new loealitios, Many wild oats  and mustards fed in uiicrushed oats  to liorsos will live aiid pollute farm  lands. Oth'*i. become mixed with tho  manuro in handling dirty grain and  other feeds. Such feeds should bo  heatod or rotted in order to destroy  tho vitality of weed seeds.  Berlin press, and referring to the' fact ���������  that the Blucher was not a battle ' will quietly leave tne world altogeth-  ���������cimiser- riiBr-.lnsp.fi tlia hi und or mude i er before long; urged thereto, per-  by the German naval authorities when'.MPs by some private emissary of lfln-  erons in America '.ns long been apparent to,dealers and other disinterested horsemen. Right or wrong, the  clean legged horse is much preferred  in the United Slates, and it would  seem that. Canadian opinion is. now'  running strong in the same direction.  In conformation, quality, soundness  and action the Clydesdale ��������� draughter  is second to none, but his skilled  breeders" will have to get the long  hair off their favorite horses' legs before they can make .. headway here  against the Percheron or the'Belgian  according to present" indications.���������  New York Hera.d. \ ,.  a village with farms. We beg you to  say to the government of this dominion that we are anxious to carry on  as soon as possible the execution r.t  that suggestion, and we shall submit  ourselves to the authorities of that  place."  FAR SUPERIOR  TO CASTOR OIL  Baby's Own Tablets aro tho best  medicino a mothor can give her little  onos. Thoy are abBolutoly snfo, pleas-  an* lo tnko nml novor fail, lo euro  stomach and bowel disorders Concerning thom Mrs. A. Sauvo, Shoor-  wny, Quo,, writes: "I have used Baby's  Own Tablots for my throo children  nnd- can truthfully sny that I know  ot no other medlclno to equal thom.  Tlioy aro far superior lo Castor Oil,  and 1 would not bo without tlioni."  The Tablots aro Bold by medlclno  (InnlorH or by mall ut 25 conts a box  from Tho Dr, Williams' Modlcluo Co,,  Mrockvillo, Out.  she was'laid down  "The Blucher," he ,says, "was laid  down when the first English so-called  Dreadnought cruisers of the Invincible  type were in course of construction.  The British Admiralty intentionally  published false.news about.* the measurements .of the. guns of these ships,  especially"that statement that the Invincible type would "have a displacement of'only 15,000 tons. Thereupon  the plans of construction of the Bluc'i-  er were settled, upon the basis of  a displacement of 16,000 tons.  "When it afterwards turned out tlm  the. Invincible type had a displacement  of over 20,000 tons and. heavy batteries of eight 12 inch guns, no change  was possible and one could only take,  the Blucher' as she was. So she remained the only representative of her  type and It was only with her successor, the Van dor Tann that the scries  begins of those admirable German  battle cruisers which were rightly  famous throughout tlie whole world.",  i This is an "old man's" war. Lord  Kitchener is sixty-four. Sir John  Fronch is sixty-two, General Joi'iYo  is sixty-two. /ou Moltko Ib sixty-  six, Von Tirpitz Is sixty-three. Von  Zeppelin is sovonty-slx, Tho 'prime  minister of Servia is sixty-two. This  list might bo added to almost indefinitely.  Britain was on tho verge of a broad  famlno during tho Napoleonic wars,  and in 1800 a law was enaclod prohibiting tho salo of bread' tilt lt had  boon out of tho ovou at least twoa-*.y-  four hours.  "1 hear a lot or talk nowadays about  -tfiiBonlcfl nnd Hie law of , herodlty.  Wiui is Uio l'iw of lH'rn-Illy, anyhow?" aHkod tho prominent club  ���������.���������iinmlior of tlio president.  "Very i-lmplo," replied the profit-  <-1pii|. "Thr' law of heredity Ih that all  "iMidr-Klnilile milts como from the other  j)ii rout."  Know Now  And Will Never Forget the Experience  War Destroying Horses  rJcHcondori from Ilio "great hoi'Hos"  uroiI In wars when arinorml knights  roi-iiirod nnimalii ot weight and power  to curry Inolr heavy nceoutreinenlH,  tho BouloniiiilHii draughter Ih ouo or  the old anil valued hreedH tiircatoiii'il  with oxti'i'inlniitlnn by tho win* in lOtir-  opi', Am indii'iiti'il hy its niinio, tlio  lioiilonniilHo homo is nilBOd In lho  r.iwlrlct about Boulogne, Including tlio  department-"- of Noi ', the (inline and  the Pas de I'iiIhIh and extending'to  tho frontier of IJeigltjiii. Henry IV,  had such a preforonco for thesis  horscH thnt as long ago ns 1087 ho  took inoiiHiiri-H to improve t.io brood  and cultivate their Hpeo.., presumably  at the trotting gait. Sinco. then tljey  havo boon (-romied with tlio Flanders  horse, or liuigiiui ilruiiglitur, and hnvo  bovium.' ii I'j-i'i'd iii AiiUKihU'ra cvi-n  larger than tho perehoniiis and moro  active some of thom can,' It is Hiiid,  trot a iiiil-' in llvo minutes ur butter.  Flue spui'lnx-UK wore to be hood in  tho towns of Llllo am* Tourcolng,  ,,.i,i ,i.  .....^    n.     .,",--.,    ���������-' ,'   -, -��������� '  flglitiiiK aftor tht> war broko out, and  also among tlie wharvos In Dunkirk  and Cnlnis. Not many havo been imported to this country.  W. N. U. 1042  "Mother wants a penn'orth of glory  divine."  "Wu don't keep that," said the  chemist.  "Oh, ye*", you do," fit"* Httln mnM  ���������"olorted. "We've got It horo botoro  Mother puts It down tbo drain in tho  back yard."  Then the chemist know that thn  "glory divine" wai another way of  ���������aylng chlorid* of Um*.  Tho toa or coffeo drinker who luis  suffered and than been completely  relieved by changing to Postum  knowB something valuable Thoro's no  doubt about ll.  "I learned tho truth aliout coffee In  a poculiar way," says u western  woniiin, (Tea Is injurious beeniiso it  colitnius caffeine, tho siime drug found  In colToo), "My husband who has, for  years, boon of a bilious tompuriiiuciu  decided to lenvo off coffee und r|vo  I'oh t u in u trial, nud an I did not want  the troublo of making two beverages  for meals I concluded to try Postum,  too. Tho resiiltH have been thr.l while  my husband has been greatly bonollt-  ted, I liavo myself roceivod oven great-  or lienollt.  "When I begun to drink Postum  waH thin in llesh and very norvoun.  Now 1 actually weigh' 10 pounds more  than I did at that timo and I am  stroiiKi'i' physically .nd ln my ncrvoH,  Willi*.' iiiitit-'iiiii it> lice Hem im mo nun,  "We h;ive learned our little lep-.nn  about eoffen nnd wo know something  nbout Postum, too, for wo havo used  t (ibiuiii mnv Hteiiillly for the last three  years and we bIiiiII, continue to do so.  "Wo have no moro uso for coffee'���������  ll;  .     ,1..|,���������.     .Jl'lnlf IV p     ntv.fri;.     p���������u������1lril  and houTtli."  Name given by Canadian Postum  Co,, Windsor, Ont. Head "Tho Komi  to Wellvlllo," In pkgs.  Postum comet- In two forms:  Regular PoBtum--must io well boiled,   trie nnd 'Tjc packages  Instant Poatum���������is a s������o!uli!c port-  der. A teiiBpoonful dissolves quickly  In i nip of h"t water, and, with rro'irn  and Biigar, makes a delicious beverage  Inttantly.   30c and GOc tins.  The cost per cup of both kinds Is  about tho same,  "Thoro's a Reason" for Poitum,  ���������told by Qroeors.  ver Pacha or other grand personage  enjoying' temporary, reigu at Stam-  boul. ������������������  As long as Abdul Hamid lives, and  as long as any one knows where he  Iiv'es,'"he is a'per:l; ,The forces of  discontent, . which, are unusually  strong in Turkey since Eiiver unfurled the red war flag and'defied almost  every one, are likely to seizo on old  Abdul Hamid the -Wicked as a pretext for uprising. Nay, they are likely to forget how wicked the old fellow  was, and even to look upon him as  good, glowing almost with Lanctity in  comparison with what has come after  him1.' With Abdul Hamid as a- symbol  they may some day- rise embattled  against ambitious warlike Envor and  other Young Turkish war lords and  declare that corruption and sloth, of  the ���������well known Abdul Hamid kind,  are preferable to the carnage of hat-  ties and continual striving for. no  Turk knows what,  So it may appear advisable for En-  ver, who is no person of lino scruples,  to invite Abdul Ham Id to depart, to  leave tho earth altogether.  For these many years Abdiirilnmld  lias been as good, or as had, us dead,  Thoy kept him at , alonlca for a time,  with reduced harem and rather niggardly allowance. After tho Balkan  wars they took him to Constantinople  and established him thero. But at  Constantinople ho was too visible, ton  likely to bo a remindor of the geod  bad old times, So thoy draRgod him  away somewhere into the lilntorlnnd  at Anatolia and bade him offaco himself, Effiicoment hns beon accomplished, ono would boliovo, without any  homicidal act, as yet. Hut there Is no  offneomont so offectlvo nnd porman-  out ns that of tlio tomb, Abdul Humid doubtless appreciates this, and his  days and nlghtH must bo spiced by -in  uncertainty iir to the near future,---  Clovolaud Plain Dealer.  Found a Friend  in Dr. Chase  His  Medicines Proven  Effective, and  Always Kept at Hand ii This  Home "  Mrs. Chas. Lovell, Agassiz, B.C.,  writes: "I feel it my duty tj tell you  wbat a great friend Dr. Chase's medicines have been tn myself and family.  I cannot praise his medicines too highly, and Dr. Chase's name is a household word "in our home. Well, quite  a number of years ago I sent to you  for a sample box o'" Dr. Chase's Ointment for protruding piles, and; having  used the sample and found relief, 1  sent to* a neighboring town for four  boxes, and 1 am completely cured.  "I have also used Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills for cons'..pation, and  after usii.g them, 1 am completely  cured of this dreadful disease. I a.m  tho mother of ten children, of whom  nine.are living, and when -*jv.'j:i of my  children were all vory bad with  whooping cough, caught in 'ho middle  of a severe winter, I used Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine, and  they were all cured boforo tho winter  was over, and now we are never without Dr. Chase's medicines In our  home, and I recommend thom to all."  Always Serviceable.���������Most "ills lose  their properties with age. Not so  with Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. The  pill mass is so compoun. ed that their  strength and effectiveness is, preserved and tlie pills can be carried anywhere without fear of losing their  potency.. This is"a quality that few  pills possess. Some,pills lose their  power, but not so with' Parmelee's.  They, will maintain their, freshnesi  and potency for a long time.  Louder the Sound Less They Hear It  An Interesting invention which hits  Just beon adopted b,; the admiralty is  tho Mallock-ArmstroiiB oar dofondor,  11 Iiiih been found that the heavy  guns causo by tholr terrible din such  mental shock that in somo ciu.oh men  are Incapacitated for a time,  Tho earpiece Is uo longer '.ii'in the  cotton wool plugs hitherto used, but  contains a diaphragm of goldhoutor's  skin, which, while readily rcspoimlvu  to ordinary volumes of sound, prevents ���������jiny abnormal sound from  reaching tho ear,  The e-ffnet Is brought aliout by a  "stop" on each nliln of tho diaphragm,  which limits the distance through  which it can vibrato, While the ear  receives readily and clearly a word  of command, it l������ protected from lho  nolso of the (Uncharge of a Bun'.1  Bituminous Sand on Mackenzie River  Will the. bituminous sands of the  Mackenzie river supply,, the cities-of  Canada with"the principal ingredient  of tiller asphalt pavements The department of mines ac Ottawa has had  60 tons of this bituminous sand mined  and sacked. On January 20, 15 teams*  left Athabasca LanMi-g for Port Mc-  Murray, 252 miles away, to haul tho  sund to the C.N.R. line at Athabasca.  This new sand will be tested in Edmonton bv City Engineer LatowinelL  and if tho results' are satisfactory, it  will no longer be nocessur./ for Canada to go to Venezuela for its asphalt  supply.  The first bituminous soul was  found on the shores of the Dead and  Caspian seas, and it was us-?d extensively in the building of tho wallB ol  Babylon,  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, eto.  Last Battle Fough*. in Great Britain  While George II. of England waa  engaged in the war of the "Austrian  Succession," Charles Edward (callod  tho "Young Pretender"), a grandson  of Kins James II. of'England, landed  In Scotland, and made two attempts  to obtain the throne of his ancestors,  ilo was victorious ln the battlo of  Falkirk; but tho Duke of Cumberland  son of Cicoi'Ke II,, having been recalled  from tho continent to take command  of the king's forces, tho Proiondor was  cntlroly defeated at Culloden Moor, a  plain in Scotland, four in Ik from In-  vurnesH, TIiIb wah the last battle  fought on tho Island of Great Brit aim  (April ill, 17-lli), and it was nlso the  last attempt on tlie part of the Stuart  family In recover tho throne of Great  Britain.  Charles 13dward Stuart escaped to  Prance after he had wandered for llvo  mouths in the Highlands, pursued by  liis enemies. He died In Home, Jan.  110. 1788.  Tlio Duke of Cumberland gavo no  '���������Uiirler, The wounded wero all slain;  and ihe Jails of England were lllled  with prlsniicni, many of whom wero  executed. Among tlie latter number  wore Lords ll-ilmiirlno, Kilmarnock,  and Lovat���������1.0vat being tho last per-  sou Avho was beheaded ln England.  According to a recent compilation  there aro between and including Manitoba and tho Pacific coast ',10 daily and  500 woe'.-ly papers publls ed In Western Canada. The first paper on record  in Western Canada was punlished at  Port Garry (now Winnipeg), In 1859,  nnd tho development of llm coiintry-  from thai date is Indicated by tho  growtli of tho publishing industry.  b������-  Teachor���������Have you  ever soon  nanas growl"-'?  Arohlba!d~-No, ma an1   I novor hnd  lime to Rtimd and watch them,  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Wnrren aro enermrn'reit by mnrblil  conditions of the stomach nnd bowels,  and so subsist. Miller's Worm Pow.  der.-i will alter thr-se conditions aln-o.u  linnieilldloly nnd will keep tin? worms  away.   Nt* dostrue.tlve   pnrnslto   cnu  llvo    'fi     follf!****     ii'ltli     !>>!<!    fiu.ilWilrin  which Is not only a worm destroyer,  but a health-giving medicine most b.-n-  eflclnl to the young eoiiKtltutlon, and  as such lt has no superior.  "My dear nephew." wrote tho wealthy old undo, "allow nio to congratulate you ou jour approaching mar  rtriRo, and pleaso accept from me tho  neeornpimvlng n������ a weddlnir clft. You  will find It extremely appropriate under tho circumstances."  With much expectation tho pros,  po-ctlvo brldonroom opened tho parcel and found Initdo a largo book  tuarkod "Houiahold Eiponiea' Book."  Sweden  Forwards  Mail to Prisoners  UcsUluulH In hoUlgui-ont natlonu recently    wero untitled that mall for  l*i t!>u,u:la  ill   ti.iI   ox.   UU  bviii  U)    >*-������./  of MhIwi. "wodnn. nnd remipy and  parcels nlso can bo forwarded nt  Malmo and sent to Its dustlnntlon.  The volume of mail for the prison<T-*i  of war In tho various countries litif?  Inr-e.il InereitKlng rapidly since the bo-  i.iTinlnc   nf   tlie   voir    pnjior'nUw   ilio  luiiil for KuHi-d'tii prlg-feiicrs of war ln  nermnny. which Jias unsullied largo  proportions.  Money orders for tho Russian prisoners are redirected to tho prisoners In tho detention camps In (ior-  many. Many of these money orders  ho���������"���������.'������������������������ vc*r ar<-t roturne-f aftor Bomo  timo from (terniari marked "Unknown," Indlratln-*: that lho ad-  dresse* prohnbly has fallnn on tho  field of battle. Tho mall from G������r-  many to German prison era of war  In IlUMla also Is IncroaalriK at a rap-  Id rati*. Moat of this latter mail ta  addreaaed to towno In far off Siberia.  Sovereign Cure  for Rheumatism  Mrs. V.. W 11-uleU, 10'J Wyandotte  Street, Windsor, Out., says there is  only one Kidney Remedy in the  world (or liur���������GIN 1'lLLri.  "(���������in I'illa*, f know from ftiTMiMl  rxpriiriii'cnrr llie -.ovcrriijnrrmi'ily  fur I'luMiiHiilism,'iml KiJiu-y'IumiIiIo  in iiiiy lutiii, 1 \\-,\m i-iiu-iJ ���������)>��������� llinn  nllrr Miuiillu of aiilli-iinii, I waa  lirlplrs-a���������liinl nrvcr.il ilmtors nml  rn.my ullirr icwi-iliti Iml nil l.iilc.l In  fiitY inc. Thon 1 irlf.l liiii IMIiuitli  tlio ii'Mill (lull I nm well liwl.iy, I  lirarlily rcionimwul^lirni In nny per.  i   ���������''""'"'���������jrniKlroin Kidney or IILnUcr  V* row thk JL KiDNEhra  euro because X'itey act directly nn  tlir Kidneysnnil Uladilcr��������� MX'iliing  nud henling llieinfl'iiiimed tis.Htu.-s,  nml neutralizing uric acid.  Triul tri'-itmi'iit free���������rofjnlrir slite,  GOc, a box, i\ boxes for $2,r*0 nmJ  every ln>x t.nUl with our t-pot cash  j'turanu-c of Mtisiactirm or money |  v.'.uU'r IV rev.v.e- --fMVO" PIIK  NMlnnftl Drutf and Che nil-"* I Co,,  ot Cnnnda,   I.imllcd, "  ^ft  ���������9������  Toronto  FILLS  t*^***������4s**-'.'*  "'-". OUI"- '' itfvpr ���������?���������.-?" ������-w *** -  ; ,.,._;gffiff;jyffi^ G0^BM*BiA.��������� *<'.  .        j, .,'-'   *   --" **'������������������*;,*"**"':>'   ..,'*���������    ���������        ��������������������������� '���������*'���������'������������������' ''r-s������*? ,   jflBfe^SiK!  (*(-������iVV"W%'-.^a&**MW������*^^ .^i-*+aA������1  iwrjwo������iW^'A-*l������--ii.������*-lvi ���������������������!.*���������. ���������**  ' . U-, 'si'  ii Isn't It Nice?  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' ,-  ���������yt*<i"i>ti^������'*  ���������������r  ���������������H!BV^ini������V^^T^>Vs������^ H*,,''#"^*>,vo"*''*'P*^^  MAROGG  GROCERS* ���������':���������&   BAKERS'  *. .       ��������� * ' >H,   "*  ,    ������ '    ,       AND PROPRIETORS  Olr "  CUMBERLAND   BOTTL.ING WORKS  111" VTCBMftMlBv ^p^w  *%$  wlli  W v w ���������������! ���������    ti -  -  Agent,-s for Pilsc-iier P.r.C'Aving Compiui)^ 15EER -  YV hole sale Dealers' in all Kinds of ��������� ��������� ���������  "    s , -Wines and. Liquors.  , VS e'c,,o n.d',\;S tre e"t,  "B  '**.*������,ti*������^ji)*M^'--'^-'^^ W<������^������!������rs^Vif^,^V'!if%rfA?^  ���������of British Columbia, Ltd  A'i,  ������t .uM-nopvnKbT-un ju*-*--*-*i**������*-������wa ������������������**,-������.������  ���������M<Mii������yu'������������<vfltrt->-<*tm*ra ^*rwurtVT*wanx*w������������^'Mtwof>i������'ui  ra       i* ���������   ���������-���������    ���������  I P. iPHitiLiPPs' Harris������  '    AA'ic   ���������WoiV.iip- -Sun-iav,   7  v ;')., aisoyia'ahernaKt Sundays,   of the *aid CY>uip:Hiy.   or   anyone  j*.  .1 a  m.     "Al Hyvan on a'.'c-r    tipping' rubbish of'hiiy dt-sci-iptioti  fa  1    ������ ' .1. '     .."*)     B-i  3    , NOTARY   PUBLIC  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR;   ���������   i: ,;  CONVEYANCING'  :* . -:��������� *-'*i,inKivs at 2.00 "-.in,  . J'.iiik: SUidy" (.-1.   Sciioul) 2 30  *! V 'U' ���������    0������ ,.  '.".,'*.!���������������> Ai--t���������*---������������������ I-iv*-t"'Tn-'S'lay ol  V' , iv !-.if!ii:hjat> 7.30 p- '"���������'������������������  * y;.v.   n*.riry  Wilsou, i\<*-lov.  T'yRlXM CHURCH. - ^  i*:  *V,.- ������������������-,. I'L a,. 111. and  7*{\ in. ���������  .P,,..'!,.,cil���������,vi.:ju j,. in.  ���������yt-,-h, \yy\\ ml-.- :y'!n p.yn,  " i',,-,*, t Ml'in-in'���������','��������� Wodni'.-'diiv (.ivcii  r.is'lnl', -lu'V. .j.i-., ll'uod.  luivwhere.   upon  ilie  (-(..mnaiiY,'.-  Watch, Kepairing  0'       , "KiVT     SPKNlS"    (nUU-l)  -j *     . ..,".'. . -  ^.i.^t..  ,:       *    . notk;e.  Hiding un loconii>tiY-t>������ iijiid   rail  -,.vny oars ot   Uie- Union   ���������'olliery  llniupiiny liy nny ������������������ jxavur,    ij-   pv"r  ions���������except tain ci*(-\Y---i." slric'\  yn-nSir ;U-d. "EvnpiovGC's * *'i*e  ���������������ul-  'm'C; v, ..i,-1riii(-j**ul for itilowinj-   i-ain-  By older  ' J.. R. 'LOClvARD,  *    ��������������� ' G.enevalManage..  1)A I'j 1.      r*OT���������Ht  ' W-.H'U  .Uypairi.r",'., it" y-,n-  '    ��������� ,v nt'li iyi,,ii' t   k'n^iti'-   timn  % ������������������ .������������������vi.ruu.iy.Liir ii*":nn-:.u  i'*SX IT.  " five U-t -aT-T.'i.u.  11 ������, ,   ���������  ".������������������ VF. Lighter  lA'^iiyt! V/atchmi:l:er, .'sweler and  wit���������, ' szkmmm^i^  ���������Cumberland.  B. 0.'  --_j���������������i^������i^!iwu������PV������W������-r'Hr'������Y '* i-i--iJ^^^'>~������fi  Ll *f > ��������� IWVlOfll^B'  land will be pnWvuU'd to tin* j'ujl  ox tent of tlie,law.  ',.l.*-li.-LOCKARl). ,    ���������'  ���������   (-ionoral Munurnn',*     0  Coliierv ('O.Y,  % DljnsmliR Avenue     ,,  ���������a  CUMBERLAND,   I  ���������    ,    .   y        ...    .��������� I  r.-tauMwij**-* niw������j?u*-c*w^^  "LO-'T-n-A loc'^i-t and chni j. Th-.- 1 0". el  Kin nm sii.'ijw ut n'luvii'i; al-16 if i^ll  nisdal ii',liu:htd to eh.iiii, isii'iie is lnsonb-'  .r*rx&B**nrittXrr*\rM^r?^i^.v&^*^r?*^xCi*K**^\XM������Mn-i.*l^ttT7&uKur^^  SI  si  cil wi Ii'ILh'-,''_n7TTnT!?r���������TT" Klrius-jj; ���������������������������vdii -fm-  footbil) l,,i->d*ii- i������leii-o. relurjfeiyiiiio.^U^  M'rs, (-iwnrtr-e VwAu, l'enriih Avenue.  /T1IK s;,'S, COWICliAiN   WILL SAIL  AS UN'I,>KU  ,  c'omox-��������� Uniox Hay���������Kan'aimo���������Vancouykh���������Rory*:  .  Leaves ConioN, vSunda\, ?. \\ nv.,.'": ; '  - Leaves Union RaV, vSund'ay,'4 p- m.'...  ,For Demnau Island, iNanaimo and' \ oncouver.' yy\  .    RHTU^NIKn:-'-r.eavesAr;ancdpverr^ 8 pm *'  ;   .,.   ,      I?or Nanaimo, Union Ray and Comox*.      ' <* ;���������'���������'  Subject ib change, without notice,  ", .;y  I  s  J,  '7  ���������tw.*  ���������t  jj   I   ^������   -A    j\j ' *^\ "  M a n u f a c t ii red fro m t h e,, B e s t  '.Caiiaclian   Malt,   and   Hops,  filsener-Brewiris :Co-  - "��������� \CuPibcrland,   B. C.  *i*  *' **#*  **.j.  ��������� t*  - T  T  ������.t������  '.     %-  ,  ���������!-'  ���������1-  "   f  ���������f  1  ' ARE YOU- ACAXADIAN'*'? '  t  .There are plenty ,of young men  in Canada, unmarried **nnd ..wilh  no per'3011 dependent.upon tliem,   '.'  In the trenches'of France and  ���������Fjaiidei'H then-**' are hundreds of  'thousands of married   men,   some  ''.<;',������������������',' '.������������������'.'���������l"[-yi">'.���������'-'.' ���������."���������'.' '������������������ *.-':-'*'-",";-;'"-i*'! 0f tj1(,ni w\^ families  .si.-*JJ*.''"o  V 1 ������-���������'.'"*- A  ���������   :;; '" "'XX:,j.i.i h-{ !'   The call has comu for  nien   and  au   iiiHtrutiH-ui**      Will  sell   for  $350;   term-; ip .suit cusiomer, it  desired,   -Apply ai The Cn'mb-.-i'-'j'.  land News L'iiicc lor itu-ihef pa'r  ticti'lar-s.' '   "'  -'���������       ���������" "��������� , y I     W'l'tO cmii t-ay he is nol needed ?  -'��������� ���������  '  ^nnished    R-ums ���������������: 1    j.y^j.y   OANAOIAN 'ot' mil  Y '       Rvuswuidile    Kate.; V ;. ���������,     ,    . .  > *'', llury a*,"!! and Willi   no   heavy   ve*-  ','" ,'���������?,*"   Third  IIon-'<- i'lnm *j* y.j'onfdh'iliiie.s, is needed and  need-  ���������j". C-u   l'en. jiiU'in:  JvXrn.iii'.-f*  ;?; ' eel Im.llv.  J- KXLIST TODAY j  I'-;    Hl-'.UWKNT AVRM'R   \i  iTunhu'ilaiuL  1,'    '*. ���������        V  !���������! '        ���������������������������  Th"Tom(!ats dowiu-d  lho Hull  Do*.*.-" Hjiutn 011 Tuodiyy,   In* a ;-eon*  of ;'������r)--2"2.    Some "f th"  Dojjs are  "'" j only puys at. ha-ehall,  J    ! ...���������,-,'..-^\\K'i.-,-���������,">. 1..������)^o,',���������'v'>"V���������t���������������������������''���������lb''<���������,-���������-' ' H  -.1, ....... "W  1,1 "1  '     'I     I 'I   I .'    '    *  I       !  ���������  .11     .  ,'���������-, J . ., . ,!. '.  i������-A  -<Tl>  ��������� ��������� tn !      RANK OS' COMMF.IU'I-:  '.--''.'   ; r'!,).'-.'Ar. i*.^i,'u'f-"V ''���������>  ���������; }*. 1 t(,.iiv*i-i    i'������i.i.-.ii..  I'l.'.il fntt.h'-r lu'.'ii'c, ilc lecal  '���������' j li * *'t* ���������*:' Tii" hull.* fi r*)!inr,iTi'i'  \ ' *-* il  i*' 1 n ���������������������������ii* liM-.ir, I'n'tn l"ii nil  .���������,*''.;-.'*',���������"1 ������������������',*"   < . r, *'������:   *      ;*���������  i'.iir. .;*���������  *5  '.,". .K-t ai   u'..*.��������� ���������,'.. ... L    1  . t--.     ���������       .������..'">  .**</  ( li'.i  i' 1mi|i'. W������!|  i.i:   )l i'.V il ���������������   ii-]'  pi ,1   111. till 1 ('I'll  I j.  111. 'id '', i'.  ni.  S:i!U|.!jlV-   Pi ll. Mi.    I") 11 Rl ll'.i  Cu-ni be flaad  '*..,. ''DYE ,    ';���������������������������"  4  [-works",:���������  ; , vi    ���������'    n,HlGH-OL/.\SS  'DYERS and  ; CLEANER'S;  ���������jeaningv/ ������������������  FOR SALE-A WIU15 PIANO _  ��������� The- above exceptiouall)' hi^h  grade?iiuslrnment wilLb*.'-'sold at  a remarkably low pi ice, iu 0.1 der  To~n is nose y"r~TT7^tT*hrkT-p���������^-irW#  gnrdFof ihe Willis Piano usually  sells ut $500.,   The instinmeut is  prao'tieallyynew,  'havdu.g Recn iu"\'_x^z.~~���������u_. _-���������J ' 1 -.   ' *"���������  use but  asbott   time,    Will- lief   '���������' ��������� ��������� '.,..���������''  pleased to demonstriu, it \o as.v-ff^^^^^^^  one coiitetnr)ht!iu,'-diiiviti*>''   .-���������ttch!';  i Also./Ao-ent-s for ihe Famous' IJ.B.G/^  ������*������ ������       ' . O   :���������'     l      . r !      , , i  c , "''.-' '.'*"'��������� **"���������  ,'.   -and '!Ncwu Life'  Beer. . -   '��������� ,'  t  ^'^^4^4r^^^^^^^^  i������vrt^M^it������j^iuk-nru it^M-ucu^Ki-jaHk^  X-*,^.*iu������tMiMmiim*7T-rt*i*.-*\*ii.*,. -tw������i  f, A New Wm.sks)Xa. towmy  llliVW-*^ltTi������������'r-\U]!iUW������frfAlt-i������a*.-K'k ���������*fBJa^Wil',*ttaf*MU������*fcj4)*a6Aail*l!������^ ?  A'  a?'.^'  6./T.  N'-x'-.'Dooi* to Einik ot Commerce, ,  :   Dunsmuir Ava. CumbGr[Va-nclv , ..  ' HOLY'  TI.'INTIY CLUTICH  i~  Ser\ ites   ford2lli  Sunday  al'ier  ���������" Trinity.       ������ ,  11 ol v l!i'iiiniuni-*n S !-l() a, in.  il  a,  in.    AiiituiK  Siiiida v I'.-olii'ol ~i -V) p   111.  Kvon'-'oii*.'. 7 JI. I!,  Service-.; of interce-sion in-bi-'-  lialf ol'll. AI, {'"uiees ou   Wcdties,  diiy at H p. m,  Ariliwri*iii-ch!am*r,   \'ictif.  iHign urade  Bicycles  The ''VIOXOH.'' $30 GO  The "TOUIUST*'   $10.00  livery cure linn h������*rnii(1c.*KercSsurt in  .tii* ni'tnufrve' ur������ ot'ThcpiH rtnvuh-  im'o, llotnof Llirim h'i'vti b<>i?{i p?*  pvossly oonfjirufitt ci to moot, iho ro  '{uin-mems < J' Kntiith e'ohmihia  nrton* v/ith <. 'i v.U'yin;,-- coni'iti  o;v; of rntcl' 1. -nl Y.Mul.liur W) ito  i'ji' lUu-LntT, >,(  ���������.'iitiilofi-tio to day, [  .1,  ! ���������"  lu  01  ^  ; * ��������� 9 ? ��������� x  1  <D"  ������t������   O  HAS    ARK1VHD.!  X"      * '=bld Sliennau','' ha** anived in Cumbeiland. ���������   -���������"Old,,    X*  ]?;'  yShertpair'* isa.i-ew,w.hiskey in Cuniberland.but   it   is"-- X  't"^^���������'1^'1'^"^^^1^^')^15���������^XlliJ:lliexman'r''is 1-2 .years of  " y "' '��������� ���������   y '���������'���������  *i*   0' aye!,   posses-res, a   \vonderTullv'"iinc, .hiellow flavor "and '.' ���������i- ;'   ,    -' .*���������  v* " '        . '*'' -     . .-"''''     -      .'.*���������'���������'' *v *'   '   '-*���������   '' *      ���������' "'**  rl* ��������� at'oiiia and'has,all ,the ,.other characteristic.'-, *of'''a fine. '   *i" \-   ,������_..  ���������T-i "    -' ��������� - ��������� r.     -        ,- ���������       ��������� ���������������.*'.'':.       ' .  "5*   ������i      '��������� '  0,".^  .!���������" ,- oULmatured-whiskev suclyas i-mlv'.Iames Cordon &Co;''   '���������*i'\, '.   : v''~-  X      o    1 >���������    ��������� 'ol'.CJlas">o\v and.Loudon can prepare. ;- .*'' *' *  ' -,   ���������;���������  X   lVi -Ask t(\e.man.bchind'&he Bar Li-thc CtLLmberland JIgIcI '*���������, ,- 'v',, ���������* ������������������>' "(J  "���������:-f9r '"OLD"SHERMAN/'. *. -," ', ���������!,;��������� ^ 3::,a^*;;'1  'r &  Co     Bisfci^biiteis, , :?:.���������"  "���������"������������������j>(j  ���������Ii  ���������       NAN'AIMOa'BaO.  4.  ������������������1 * *!* ���������i^^i-'-i'*!-* 5* "-I-**!-*-��������� I-*������-5���������������!;*��������� J.������"I������������,J������-������J������������ J������������*.J������������ j������������J-aVj������T. ������rnt ...*������������������������-[ ,*j.������������������;t, ,j, .j*. j. .j������������-j..t<--;������ . v.t������*.*������r-������4.t .^.^���������-���������l'*'  f*J  Capital I'aicl Up $11,500,000. " '   '  ,   ���������    ''Kounc^  : ���������  '������  ���������     1"  'S ," " .1 . * '    H  1      ill" 1  **.   1    1  \ /   y������   1 1     1/1   itii. 1    j  1    "    ' 1        . /���������" i   1    1 s 1 i /i 1 f 1  ItJOS. PLIMLEY  r'-'ii''^'^"''^'*.-^ r-n"* *-'U ������.   ���������i-wc    a,  1'*'...., ���������,���������(.'���������,',���������'*   i'.t'";*' ',,������������������'���������'��������� '''���������','1!*! M       r,������v���������.-o)^o.-|^-i)  ill I        l*'1'    Si     ,        ff      "I      Crt"'l\      'f    I1*!*,1!!/     lM j . ^ "       "~^  fe-i^^-rA^ ^:-������-������-t-M--^M*������-������-i'>H-:-!*-M';   *:!       ...  .;t;'*\;;"-sM**" kv<ij"-'^y .-'-"'t,^',--"- v-v^'l!        " {   'i.i   i  j|.,. The Royal Bank of Canada.;  S DUAIH'S   IS-SUKI) 'IN   ANY   CUUU1CNUY,   I?a'YAHLK' ALL |  |* .,'���������"  '", 'oYKll   Till-:    W"0H1-I>'.        '     '   '   " ,'    ' j*j  I WI'KCIAL ATTKNT10N paid toMAYlNl'iH ACCOUNTS ,t ihU.'ie-t |  I   ut ld(du.M*t Current ILiIc-b allow id u.j Dq.osilM>)" <r\ nnd upwnrMs.    |  $  0OM*nET?.L.V*ND, B. 0 , Butrioh, Open Daily      W. P.- C'Comiul), Mgr.  B.  p       , "UNION T'AY, U,0. Branch, Opcm Xaily.      I'. Bccwovtli, ftlpr,    ,    |  , ������  "'OUIlTKNAy,   ������. C, BrancK,  OpoivDnllv "U. H " Htutlwick, JUgx |  J | ^Miiiiiniiiiaiiiiiiiiiiipiioffl  %������u^*/������W'*iM*rtw-w:������wJKrni-*.-p^  4!>j^'4lfW'Ww.*tJ**(r# r-X-������������-*M;**WMi^k**M<������������*������'*'>������'������������*"������  fi)&<y������) y ^ *)"i)^'iy-^'������)'i>,*ix^.>\^y)SC^������ .?,������;������sx5)r-^i)'s������)'^ ���������  PUJ^E ICE CREflP 1  CRERKI SUNDRES  and' SODHS  D-'j :r'";"" :n'f in. the Printing line: I   '    '**" C""; u' Ki"K'"IO! Cra" l'i"'l������"'  |^M     AU wink '.:u;:i.i:i:u-(!  ii-ftij. P !     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