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The Cumberland News Jun 23, 1915

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 /���������  hi  f$*timaJaXt������*il*fi  Devoted Especially to tHe Interests of Cumberland and Surrounding District.  M*-*** *���������������������������������*������������������  TniiNiiws, TwuntyT,irst Y'kau  CUMBERLAND, ll. .Q   WEDNESDAY, JUNH 23,  1925  |M������  11 w'mmm.mtnjra  Special Sale  les  s  Ladies' Silk Dresses in navy tan  and electric, regular  prirc $9.75  Sale.price $4.95  About 33 Ladies' Dresses in a  choice variety of cloths and.sha-  cles, regtilar values up to $7.50.  Our special clearing price**2,95  ;   Don't Miss These'  "JS Children's Colored Dresses  in a choice assortment of styles,  very suitable ��������� for the little tots.  .Reg', val. up to $2N'oo  Special price 75c each  A. few special. lines in  ladies'   Waists   froni  :!=*:  ~������J~&  J\   A^Jr   iaactA  '���������Yietorv,' L������V)ilow77Jur Flair"7  . "Tipperary"  IN   QUAINT AND. UNEAM-  "   .     I LIAR GUISE  Sl-HSOKII'TION 31.00 A Y.KAR  ������-ivvs .**r"iwr������u-s*"i  -.������* tyMcw-aayto^-j^te^ -g ^  miautasMsatoioua eis^-wrr" uv .-j*.������.wi^fl������iwi������aanj!a*i������uoi^^  ���������������������������T^-rnnTOna3^.reai������wa������M .^ yr*--"i  CAMPBELLS  & Gomjpany, Limited!  NOTICK��������� Will trado my 10  ,:������ ��������� rinch; with IVw insfc ilinontp  to iiHsume, i'or a deeded tdiuck and  iot near  town.  *     JOHN  FIRTH,  Pai-ksnlK', ti. 0.  HIS GREATEST  I'MiAT.  A correspondent ol: tlio Now  Vork San leporls n runuukablo  tribute of u negro preacher to a  white preacher who Inn! coin-out--  <-il io occupy tho black brother's  pulpit on Sunday. He said:  *-Dis no'i-il'divinu is ono of do  yri'iitonr. mon oi' do ago, Uu  knows tlui tinktiowahlo, he kin do  thi' undoable, an' lio kin oiiscrew  do onset* iimuli'!''  ISTOKIC YBRKS.  Yjii'cfi is a iinino that will endure in ilm i*o(j..i*d.s of Canadian  voiinigu, It has been dyed witli  tho I'i'il hlood of our own, and in  its m*\ Irons Canada's nuw badge  of vuliir has hi'mi won, Thoro  lias ,bceu fought, soiin! of dm  bloodiest ciiriicsfs uf a war dial is  wholesale slaughter.  An old lown ii- Yprcs,    lis or-  join dittos from away hack  in the  t ninth cciil,iiry, and in   its   day   it  ji'ik hut-it ���������subjected to many sico*.  tl ' o  ���������*,'**, nil of'which it has stii'vivcd,  For Yi't'us is the cockpit of Km  rope and ull the world known  what unit menus ito a town, I'os.  liihly never in its history hns thir,  ;��������� indent placo been subjected to  mich bombardment ub it.  has  mif.  r i    f   i i ,      i  .Kit...      \/. .   ������vV . *.  ..   1...       .1  ������..*u,..<<������, ,',0,  , I .  v.,,.I  Iwivi- siii'\ ivi'd dm  contnrii'H  have  "ii'On badly itroknii up or  destroy  ir  n  CI  hy Hn'  i*.'U)l,OII.*diug.  Tii*' i.un oin ciotti- tiiili,   known  as L " 1 JmliH, i.������ t.i   ruin ���������    it , io  ji.n*l- n'.'c    to     I.i;     hi'Iii \ L'������),     This  siitu- uio tain hegihi in  I'-llO und  biiih iii*.'   continued   utitil   Iiif^.  Tn 17d0 anotlicr b-ey, seciion was  added to ilio eastern ond. AY hen  war broke .nit lac I August oho of  the wings wns I'ming used as the  Oily Hall, other parts /being ne-  Cil|iied hy various public esiflb-  l.ishmcuts and* used ae concert  rooms. Another fine buildino-  was the Cathedra! of: St. Muitin,  and alums', us noteworthy were  Uie churches of St. ��������� Peter, St.  .I.amiVand S.t Nicholas. Theso  have ull suffered ]M*o the 'ii'reat  cloth hail, which was' at the  height of iii} ^loi-y .in tho four*  lecnth cei),tuiy when Ypres hud  200,000 inh'iibit'unts und was one  of tlm cliief inaiiufac'tiiring eidefi  of Flanders.  The population of Vprcs pnul-  nally dwindled until it got down  hul'jw the 20,000 niai-k. Now it  is prohnlily similler tlmti over.  Hut il did iiiicinuc tiMvn is nl most  in riiiiis, the spirit of the people  is still "f-troim'���������stroiifrer tliun ev.  en iho rorriflciitiuiis ���������timl thai  tnoiiiiH dint it will in time vim  from the ashes of its present dis-*  tress and he  a   solid   euiuiiniiiilv  v  OIICll JliOI'l),  Yietoriii, dune 117, ���������Tlio nun*-  riaod ton]; phu-ci in.'i'(i yesti'i'diiy of  Mr. .Milieu Opjieiiheiuiei*. of Vun-  eon ver, and well known in coin .  uiercinl and iilhlctic circles in thai  ciiy, and Miss Amy l.eiser, young.  e*t iluumhlei' of Mi  Simon I.i'i^cr nf 1]  tlio fan.ily is iii  cin'ciiiony was privute  ninl    Mi"-.  ci'y.    A,  moiii'iiing   the  v..   it   v   V.    '  ���������-... .   .-���������,   .it,   .ininii-mi,    iimiiiiiirl  of thu Royal Hank ut (Jnuihi-ouk,  H, (J., arrived iu town on Sattu*.-  duy ou a shoit, vucutioii visit.  1'r. R. h,   Stevens, eye spei'iul-  t, who ha-*  Ill-oil   :i(  T.   I)  Mc-  Lean'fi for   soiiin litm-   piu,i,   h-ft  for Viiiicoiit'crtin Wediiosduv.  The Uritisli, sciidier's popular  soiig-. has this quaint aiid unfamiliar ring' in German:  Ks ist sehr we it zu Ti[)'perary,  Ks ist sehryveil y.\\ geh'n;  Es ist selir'.weit zu Tipperary  Um den lieben Schatz zu sehu  Awf wltder s'ehen Piccadilly,  Adieu Leicester-square,       l%  Ks'yist sehr, sehr weit zu Tipp-   J  e'rary,' *  Und in-eiu Herz ist, so sclnver  (pder 'yhehr"). l  A version' whicli has beaotiie  popular in France is as follows: ���������  Cost loin jnsqu'a Tipperary,*  Tres loiu j usque la;  i    C'est tres loin juj-qti'a Tipp-  '.  , eraryy" ���������      -  I.oiu de mon amour la-bas I-  Aurevoir, Piccadilly; ���������  Adieu. Leicester Square, ���������.  C'est bien loin, tres loin vers !  - 'Tippe'rar}', -       .\  {CI  Jj\>)\r-J  SPECIALS   THIS   WEEK  Ladies' -While I>ique and Repp Skirts in the new-  /'est styles,wiih full rijude llnre!  Ladieji' Royal .Navy-.Middies, U:si quality Repp in  \ white with navy and' re<l trimnnn������s.  -Sport Middies, made in the new  Rue-by  stripes of  *   Navy, lrlesh, Sky and Black .Stripes.  Ducks', White and Printed Piques at 20c,   25c .md  ���������35c per yard. =-     ���������  Ladies' Black Silk Sunshades from $3.50 to $6.co  15^^-V^j  \  ^  *rr*'f*'ifli'M'*rTjj'r^ vaiaimrmtM^'Twi\ ������*��������� bhmblv*v*%a*wsnzan  ������������>������������������r������������������i������������r������������������n3m������i .ammt-^^ mw miar-rjrmmmi ii.i������.mu-ja jiui.  A mon coeur si cher !���������*  Perhaps ,the   most  interesting.  version  of "Tijir^erary"   is'the  Indian, which runs:  Jiurra clur hai Tippera-y,  Jiahoot himbaii koouch wo.  Purra dut hai Tipperary  Saki paspowucheuay ko.  Rani Rani,-Pk cad illy,  Salaam, Leicester-squaie,  Buna, burra clur hai Tipperary,  Lakiu dil hooayephusgayah  on 1 he,Fast Coast for^ Victoria  and Vancouver. On her';'return  here .she will^be ordered to Gen -  oa Bay to take'on a* second car������o  of lumber for New York. The  eastern metropolis at the present lime is issuing lar������e Tenders  for lumber, aud through the me"  diuuf'pf the Panama Canal the  British Columbia milT owners  are able to-place  tenders   which  -^>.  WELLINGTON OFF  '    FOR N1CW YORK  ci  Laden to her capacity with  Jumbcr the British steamship  Wellington, Capt. M. F. Cutler,  will call here during the night  to drop her Nanaimo pilot, and  then proceed at once to sea.  She is expected to leavu the  Genoa Bay mills about 6 o'clock  this evening und will be otf the  outer docks three hours later.  A customs officer at the Bay is  clearing the .-.hip aid \h will not  be necessary for her lo come  here and secure clearaucj' pa  pers,  The Wellington is carrying  1,850,000 feet of lumber to New  York, She went, on berth at  Genoa Hay about leu days ago,  and ns .s1k-:1k*!- a big In-tch the  cargo was .stowed below iu smart  lime.  Going Via Panama  Capt, Cutler wilj take' his  ship to New Ydrk via the Panama Canal. The vessel cau cany  'miy a p.sir.U amount of !,;���������;;!>.;  cou), .an] will have lu make a  number of stops between here  and the Hudson river. Hor first  call will be at Sail Pedro aud  fiotii there she will proceed to  to Acapulco and 011 to dm canal  She will coal al colon aud inns'  iikely he able to run to Newpon  NVu's. Va.,  iv hue   lur   UnkiT:  Our local fi rumen aro pru'-.i'isiiig  for the* cup conle.sl, which will  como off some   time   in   Ainniht,  ���������n  Si-vural outride leanif. are expect-  '���������ed here to compete.        " c'  nahle lhem*to outbid other ex  liorters. The scarcity of tonnage brought the .Wellington out.  ofreliremciit. For several-years  she   has;ridden'..lo an anchor   iu  The term "Uncle Sam"' is u  common one, hut it's u sale gueni  that few people, know how it, originated. ��������������������������� Undo Sam" was fir-st  used during the war of .1812.  There was a firm of armv ei'n'r  tractors tunned Wilson at Tioy.  N. Y., which stipplii-d the goinh  lor the American forces. Omr  metiiber of the  iinn    was   nuiiii't,  iiauMKil-aiid���������faini'lmi'.l-y���������Iwiowii-mt.'  ������������������Undo Sion." Goods sliijip*.'ii  to the front through tliis linn  were marked ->U. S.,'" so iudi-  cate that.'lliey were intendeiJ for  the giiveriHiieiit.     Soldierss,   how-  By-Pr-iduct Coke Ovens  ��������� Coal gas residuals form llie ba  ses of many industries. ,��������� Owing  to die great development ��������� of byproduct coke ovens aud "as  plants in.Germany and the. arppli  cation of modern chemistry U������  thi- utilization of.  tlieir b\rprc<l-  iicis, these industries have larye--  - f.  .^5   Ksquinialt   harbor and., a   short [over,'who kn,-w   Samuel    Wi;*;.  time"ago was ordered to Union  Bay to make repairs prior to  starting out ou the long voyage.  Capt Cutler expects io make  the trip iu about thirfy days,���������  Victoria Times, dune 19, 1915  ~<s>-  paraphrased the government, in irk  as meaning "Undo Sunt.'' The  usage became popular iu tiie army, and then general , throughout  I'm* country, a popularity which  has iip|H'nn.id lo giow with *,'-Hrs.  Tho style of dress and us.; uf  hunting I'or clothes is a later  conceplion of the  caricatifii*,!.   to  cliaracr, r  he   cut   uf   dm  rroiii-iii'i' is   typical   of   tlio   garb  It is  contrary to Dominion law | u'01'" '������)'   die ��������� counlry   mer.di.iut.s  ~4>-  reprosent the   nalionn  of tho   figure.  to have deer of any age or mix  alive in your possepsion at any  srnsoiyif die yeiu. The penalty  for being in possesi-ioii of such,  is from   ������23   lo   #:2-"i0.    If   you  have money   to    burn,     ut-.r.   .test  the legality of die. act,  And, Wellington and Napoleon  thought that Waterloo wiif numc  hai tie, It. was only n popgun  fight as compared to koiiiu of die  battle;* of the present war,  of tho curlier purl of lho   eentuuy,   <������->   Two games of base hall were  played on Sunday for thu Stewart  Cup. Cunil>ei'luiid played��������� Con;--.������������������  einiy at Courtonay, and lost, hy u  scorn of (5 ���������!l. Bo van plumed  I'nion liny at Bevau, aud won by  a score of ���������! ��������� -il.  , ��������� _  In Si'oiliuid they hnvo men of  Ayr; in Ireland they have men of  Cork;   but   in   Cumberland,   we  liavo a Lighter num.  Mins O'Neill, oik- of the li-iudi-  ei'rf in our public.' school, slipped  011 the oiled floor of thn mom iu  which .-.lu* was to selling, mid fell,  injuring a knee iu tlm fall,  7  Thomas Carey and .John Cooke  arrived huine 011 .Sunday from attending a meeting of tho Grand  MaKiiric Lodge of li, 0., held  lust week at Victoria, Dr. Mac-  Naiigliton, who was tippo'iimd  one. of lho delegates from om* local A. F. k. A, M. lodge, was un.  able to attend.  Mr. and Mrn.  Geo. Stevens, of  Fanny   Bay,   wore   in   town   mi  Monday. George hioks tin i-pi i���������dil  ly in-, a four.yeaiMild.  *���������  W,'"-i*yo(n'*rij;'!i!     '���������j -5 ft /���������>������ o  ***  White Piciuo tsi-  it Oaxnpballst  II.UI-i  \v  V "J-Mi  ���������<t-  p ���������*> i>ii' <h  ' ifiuv .lii'iiiiiinr.i v,iinieii,  dtiy'i,l|,iv,,d in l"Wii    with   his   fnmil\  lull  Weillli'H lay hist,   Ull'l   preu'lied  ui; SiindiiV.*  will be filled for the. final  leg   to j Herald    e.\-p:e.**s  ;    tl',.-    0  New "York. j'.hat tin-eti.-;*,   .i:s,*.-;.d of  The New Yoik lieiald warn.*.  the American people to letratu  ���������'rom being ton optiinis'ii* reg.ud  iug the speedy m- sali.-iacurv t"i  iniuadou of Piesident \\'ilsim's  iiegoti.i'iiiinv wd.i Geun.iuy. 'l"he  iuio'.i  It is  exp.eled th.J   die   \\\'  inylon    wj.]   lo.ul g'.'lieial   ca:g**j  being'������|  i.inast iM.idv i.egi.'umg -..Vhnoi..  ,niv,tIi!l ���������. U1  ,;,,,,    ,^,��������� ,,, 1I;  1 D.nlv Tiiiuv  C Keifel and   11.   Malirur. of  Nanaimo.   were   in   town   this  week.  4i,  Rav   And-, 1 -on,    tuan,������������������.���������.���������' v' o'  lie 1!. C.    Life    As'iii.i: . ������������������    . <  .  ���������t v  t .l,l*>t.lt,.Vi,  nniecn coluroUed by t^iat country. In the re-adjustment <*{ industrial and trade conditions after the war. it is desirably Ihat  as many of thesefindu.stries *x  possible be esuibiished iii Cana- '  da and iu other paris of the Brit  ish Kmpirfi.  -*  T:icre are alarge byproduct coke  ovens iu Canada which prod uie  67 per cent, "of our cokeouiptU.  These ]>l,ints are situated at  Smdi Suy Mariu, Out., aud at  ,S\dney, .N'.'S.. Sine*.'-* the out  bivak of-'v.v.r, the latter plant  iiasbet-n in.>talliug a benzol rec  overy plan), but, in Western Canada, these aie' numinous be*-  hive coke ovens which ilo not  save any by products whatsoever /Again, v,Idle large quanlit  ies of tar are recovered from ioc ���������  al uas plants, no industries have  been established for  Ihe refining  r "������  sep.'iiaiton and  us-.rj of the   prt-d  nets obtainable from it,  Nol only is the saving of the  by products fiotii tiie coking or  carbonization of coal a measuie.  of conservation but the sale of  these icsidii'iis i.i the mean.", of ie  ducing, the cost ot production iu  ill a degiee i*'.*iie."-puudiug to the.  ellicietiey of die leeovery nielli ,  ods adopted .md the market val  lie ni Ihe pio.luot.s,���������W.J.h. Con  sci val ion.  C'.'itl'aiiiiog.i, Ti-'ii. dune *I ���������  !l''\. Lo.iiing Clarli, of Si. P.111IV  Kpr-i'iui'd Chsv-'ti, I'l-i-i'ivi'd Wni'd  W.-.tcr: i', !!'.!'"*iiiciii:/ tii1, i|i"Jth uf  ii:.. .-..i:. .',! ������������������- . l'. .1., I. .,n ing  Cj.i/k, ii-; i��������� ;i!.ii.'ji. '.'..u.-iiiaii L\.'*  1,    . , >,...1 ,  1 - ,������ ...      1,1 11, 111  I* riilice, I ,U*ni. I )ai i; V*i'.*' Imtli  in l.oiidiin, and raiiiK to America  l Wt-h'e leu*- ag",     lie  Volunteer-  Lieut, CI t'k ������������������ ni*. 11 gr.ii'.dsmi of  "itr rep eSed tieriicVuiii'iii, Mi*i.  I.oariug, and 11 iiejiiu-.v nf Mr,  1 ���������: M--   \Y, T.   V.':.i'-.   \m    of  ."lin-  ���������, in  1.;  ;i - 1*1  ri,  . \ 1,  h;.  r  liav ��������� llt������'  *.>     1  '':.-  1 t  i.e Al.Vi.i j is,-,���������-L .  -A-I  4^-1  y\  1   L  ��������� :m  ������������������*!  $[  ���������>-/t  y-*i  ' '-M  'ok  ���������yd  ���������M  I  ���������tl  m  41  , ilvl  -. m  '%������  *-1  ' "ti  .-, * *  ',. -*'*���������������!  .  *, ''?���������*' ' //:"  '' y   i  .,."'   e  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  The Comfort  Baby's  Morning Dip  "fl.OODNESS  VJ KNOWS,".  says the Comfort  Baby's Grandmother, "what  we'd do without  this Perfection  Smokeless Oil  Heater.  "if I'd only had one  when you  were  a  baby,  you'd  have been saved many a cold and  croiipy spell."  For warming*- cold corners and   Isolated upstairs rooms, and  for countless  special occasions when eztrn heat is wanted,  you need the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater.  PERF  SMOKELE������������  TION  HEATERS  The Perfection is light, portable, Inexpensive  to buy nnd to use, easy to clean and to re-  wick. No kindling; no nshes. Smokeless  and odorless. At all hardware ancl ije.neral  mores.   Look for the Triangle trademark.  Made in Cannd������  ROYAUTE OIL i������ bc������t for all uses    ������  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winnipos,   Caljtiry,    Re-gtsa,    Montr tat,   Quebec,    HtliUx,  E&iuoHtOR*   Sa.Litooi,   Vancouver,   Ttr������*iU,   OtUw*.  CITY IS MINING GOLD  Edmonton Turns to Industry to Keep  Men Employed ir. Time of War  How to prcvldo for the army of the  unemployed thrown out ot work because of the business depression resulting from the European war, says  the Popular Mechanics Magazine, Is  naturally a much more serious problem in the British colonies than any-  waere else outside oMhe continent of  Europe.- The city of Edmonton, Alta.,  has found at least a partial solution,  ami ono that puts no added burden  either on the taxpayer.or tha charitable.    -  The bars of the Saskatchewan river  which runs through the city, contain  much gold dust of the very lino variety. With the out break of the  European war ana. tho necessity t,o  provide as 1111190 available work, for  men whom war conditions might  throw out of employment, the city  council turned to tho gold mining industry, which offered returns wtihiri-  a hundred yards of the city's main  streets, A number of experienced  .mining men who hnd settled in the  city after the Klondike rush of '98  offered to ac* for a while as instructors to the uninitiated, and some two  hundred mon soon went to work. The  Engaged in  Pearl Fishing  Families    Enter    Boats With Divers,  Taking Dogs and Other Pets to  Scene of Operations  About one hundred miles eastward  of Tahiti lies the Tuamotu (Pomutus),  or Low Archipelago, a scatterlne; of  low lying coral atolls, about eighty-  seven in number. In the waters adjacent to about fifty of the more important of these' islands the finest pearls  In tho South Pacific are found, with  considerable quantities of the so-called  black edge mother-of-pearl shell much  used iu commerce.   ,.  These mussel beds are worked annually, under French government regulation, during the diving season,  which last3 from August to November,  inclusive.  An Island's waters are exploited one  season then closed for. three successive years, thus giving tho beds a  chance to become restocked, and insuring against a depletion of the shell  and pearl .deposits.  Waters opened by law are announced officially at the commencement of each diving season, and no  **DISTEMPER  Pink Eye,  Epizootic, ���������,  Shipping Fever,  and Catarrhal Fever.  Sure euro/and positive preventive, no matter how horse*  at any age are infected or "exposed." Liquid, given on the  tongue, acts on the Blood and Glands, expols the poleonoui  germs from the body. Cures Distemper in Dogs and Sheep  and Cholera ln Toultry. Largest selling live stock remedy.  Cures La Grippe among human beings and Is a line Kidney  remedy. Cut this out. Keep It. Show it to your druggist,  ' who wlll get it for you. Free Booklet. "Distemper, Causer  and Cufes." DISTRIBUTOKS-ALL WHOLESALB  DRUGGISTS. ,      . ���������  SPOHN    MEDICAL    CO.,   Chemists ani Bacteriologist^  GOSHEN. IND.. U.S.A.    .  average  clean  u ���������  per  man  for  the  otlu*rs cai1 be operated in. Diving iu  just' nd Sv.iteniber was  Prohibited , waters may result ' in a  months of Aug  about $1.50 to $2 a day.  Its Virtue Cannot be Described.���������No  heavy line and the seizure of all property employed in the venture. Sometimes part of an Island's waters are  open and the remainder closed, as is  n!������ T^1?;?Jal?.ii%i!Ibn?,Inrrn������a0t U��������� ������������������ "'I" year 0l" Kaukura island  Ur. Thomas   hclJCtnc Oil possesses. Auhouch the    lamest    nroducer    of  -I'ho originator was surprises himself JeS   most of 1 fwate?! J?J fate?  hy  the  wonderful  qualities  that his JJ^T 1 osc Ci "������.������nw.,������ aie iniG1  KlPOnS������itTiil ^n HjS I    N^ive Polynesians comprise practl-  ,?i n vvinL0 . ���������������"?������'#, [fJll^tii������-l \ Cf*n>' a11 the 2-500 or more local pearl  the myriads taht r se in praise of this   dive       N       but Pr     h citi2ens may  wonderful Oil. So familiar is everyone  with it. that it is prizoa as a aouseholu  medicine everywhere.  tssrattsaassBaaBB.'e  Life the Penalty  Scoffer Killed by Limb From "Spirit"  Under Which He Trampled  "Joss" Sticks  In the Straits Settlements and Malay Peninsula both the Malays and  Chinese believe that many .rees have  tlieir tutelary spirits, says C. E. U.  Tisdale, in the Wide World Magazine.  SiiCh trees are easily recognizable, owing to'their having "joss" or incense  ���������sticks placed either close to their  roots or in a fork between the  branches���������the offerings ol" the Chinese  ���������-or decoration consisting of bits of  various col6red cloth, the Malay token  of devotion.  One such tree is still to be seen ln  Stamford road," the' main thoroughfare  . of Singapore, and In connection with  "tthis .particular tree a curious accident  jr-Ypirencu^oiTiy"ir-fewiiTOnTns^ago~A"  rich young Baba, or Straitsborn Chinese, named Lee Khia Guan, who had  been educated in England at Cambridge University, was taking a stroll  in ihe evening with 11 friend, ar.d wnen-  passing this ,���������roo noticed a lot of joss  s-jtii-ks burning at. its roots; With a  laugh at the superstitions of tiie uneducated coolies ,wlio had placed the  * incense tlieri, he kicked the -.joss  sticks,over and trampled on them. He  tlii'n rejoined his companion and they  vent ror a walk round tlie esplanade.  As they walked along his friend remonstrated with him for his. action,  liviiulng out that, ; :tor all, though he  did not believe In it himself, there  "might be something in it," and, for  his part, he preferred 10 leave such  things severely alone, as he had lioni-d  of cases whoro accidents had hfippe:i-  ���������fc-'t 10 persons who Interfered Willi sucn  irfti'S,  "Leo Khia Guan  ridiculed  the idea  ol' such a filing and pointed out that no  European or educated pcrsjns believed in "liauntoil"  trees, but. only tho  Ignorant coolIfcH.   Throe *��������� clays   later,  ivlillo Leo Khia (iuun was on his way  ���������'���������(. town in lils nutoi* car, jual as   10  p.i.viieil under this tree a huge brunch  full right   ueross the cur, killing him  - -in  this spot,  and  .ininshiiig    all  tho  front pan of tlie car, When oxiuuined  Lho  branch  showed   no  trace of  iho  :I'livciRcs of white ants, an., there seem-  1 til **.<,.   ho  no  reason   for  .-.s   having  Duke's Awards to  Brave  Boy Scouts  The following awards by the Chief  Scout, H.R.H., the Duke of Con-  naught, to Canadian Boy Scouts for  conspicuous bravery, are announced:  Scout Wm. J. Barrie of Montreal,  rescued lad from drowning,in a disused quarry, awarded silver cross.  Scout John Hope, . Lachute,' Que.,  brought drowning boy ashore, awarded silver cross,  Scout Eric Braund, Banner, Man.,  rescued girl who had fallen through  ice at Winnipeg awarded scroll of  honor, signed by Chief Scout.  Scout Allan Hovcy. Stanstead, Que.,  went to assistance of comradi in difficulty 'in water, received letter of recommendation from the Chief Scout.  broken,  as  morning.  there  was no wind  that  "Mlnnrd's Liniment Cures Garget  Cows.  in  Good Sleep  _^__GQQsLHeakh  Persian  Lamb  In Africa  If Great Britain retains German  Southwest Africa the caracul skin  industry there should receive increased attention.  Caracul sheep .were first imported  into German Southwest Africa from  Bokhara in 1907, and' the sandy soil  of some parts of the country seems  to suit the animals, admirably.  Professor Wallace * of Edinburgh  having recently recommended a trjial  of Caracul sheep in Grei.l Britain, -in  experiment Is being made with them  in Scotland, and good results are  stated to have been obtained.  Some'specimens of the sheep have  been successfully introduced into  Natal and other parts of South  Africa, where, however, little attention seems to have been paid to the  production of "Persian" lamb skins.  ���������A flock of caracul sheep has recently  beon imported into Newfoundland,  and the results of this important ex-  ��������� periment will be awaited wtih interest.  Exhausted Nerves Were Fully Restored   by   Dr.   Chace's   Nerve   *  . Fcod   .  When the nerve force expended .11  the day's work and in the act of living  is not replenished ay restftn sleep at  night you have* cause to be alarmed,  is physical bankruptcy stares you ir  tie face. This. letter directs you o  the most satisfactory cure for sleeplessness.  ��������� JUi. Dennis Mackin, Maxton, Sask.,  writes: "1 nave just finished using  the sixth box of Dr, Chase's Nerve  Food, and I must- say that when 1  commenced using it my nerves were  k'j bad that 1 could scarcely get any  sleep, J would lie in bed nearly all  . g.*.t without sleep, and anyone who  has this trouble know*" the misery of  sleepless nights, 1 The Nerve Food  helped me from the start, and has  built up my nervous system wonderfully, I now jnjoy good, sound sleep,  and instead of feeling tired In the.  morning I am strong and healthy, and  well (iitiod I'or my daily work."  Dr. Chase's Nerve ]''noii, fit) cents h  box, G for $2..r>('; nil dealers, or Ed-  nmnson, Bates & Co., Limited  ronto.  To-  An Expensive Costume  One of tho largest roiuly-mndo  clothing houses In London received  not long ago from the country a letter, tiio niil)t,i;iiK'o of which was:  "What is tlio proper dre-Hs for tl  groom In tlui al'toriuion?'-"'  'flic  clerk   who  opened   the  letter  until rally enough rtii'nrroil tho Inmilry  to th" livery department,   'The head  of Hint branch, In  turn,    dictated 11  ' brief reply Hoinotlilug like this:  "Hnttle-groon coat, fawn-colored  trouiiurs, wllh top-boo h, ullk hat  with cockade. Our price!* aro an follow*'!," etc.  A week olapiioil nnd lho big storo  received n planllvn little noto:  "I always know It was expensive  to gut married, but can't you suggeht  something a llltlo loss elaborato?"  ,11 nn ho reformed?  Not exactly. Ho Ih Just flirting with  r.otiKolr-nco,  Improvement In Service  The comfort and well being of the  passengers who travel on the Canadian Pacini! Is always foremost In the  minds of the'official of the company,  ami further evidence of this Is to bo  found In the official announcement  made today th.it all the cars in the  Montreal-Chicago service have boon  e'lulpped with an up-to-date valet service, so that you can now have your  clothes brushed and pr.-iH.-od while you  Hlecp. Simultaneously with this pronouncement odiiiod the decision of tho,  Ciniadifin Pacillc to dificor-Unuo tho  uso of tho loothp.ckfi 011 the tables of  thu dining cars. This step him not  been taken without serious consideration. Many letters of complaints have  linen received In this connection, and  lt Is pretty well known that provision  of toothplcliH at llt'ht cIiihh hotels und  restaurants in now considered not  quite the thine.  Jack Tar'. Rations  ' ,''Ja"ck~Ta"c',_iuust-"ue~kept��������� itr-tip-top-  condition if he is to carry out his  duties efficiently, and the r.aval auth-  crtics help him to do mis by giving  him plenty of good wnolesome food,  The following are the amounts of  provisions carried -n board.a man-o'-  war with a crew, of just under 800  men:  Fresh meat, 1 ton; fresh vegetables',  2 tons; salt pork, 920 lbs., flour, -15  tons; biscuits, 1 ton; preserved meat,  3% tons; tinned salmon, % ton; tinned rabbit, 1,418 lbs.; pickles, 1*4  tons; suet, :*40 lbs.; split peas, 14  ton; dried beans and peas, 1% tons;  celery seeds, 53 lbs.; condensed milk,  oVz tons; sugar, 20 tons; tea, 1%  tons; coffee, i/j ton; drinking chocolate, VA tons; jam, l.ton; raisins, 'A  ton; rice, % ton; mustard, 325 lbs.;  pepper, 250 lbs.; salt, 1VS tons; vinegar, 150 callous; rum, 1,236 gallons;  soup, G\i. tons;  tobacco, 2 tons.  engage in tins business iu French  Oceania. The use of any diving machines or other apparatus is strictly  forbidden, the accoutrement of the  diver being a pair of large.goggles, a  loin cloth and a rope and weight. The  goggles protect the eyes from salt  water and enable the diver to see  cleiuiy.  In the early morning launches'tow  long strings of outrigger canoes, sometimes twenty or twenty-five, out to the  diving grounds. Entire families travel  (0 the scene of operations, as well as  tlieir dogs and other pets, along, and  pass tlie day in their canoes.  The diver uses manila rope, one end  of which is fastened securely to the  anchored canoe, while to the other is  attached a weight of twenty-two to  twenty'six pounds. When ready to descend he takes two or three long  breaths to expand his,.lungs, fills his  lungs1 with air, takes hold ���������, of the  weighted rope, jumps., in and is carried,to the bottom, There he lets go  of the rope and collects the shell,  which is placed in a woven basket  made from fish net. This basket  holds sixty-six to seventy-seven  pounds of shell and takes several  dives to fill as the diver can remain  under water only one-to three minutes  at^a time. \Vhen_the. basket is filled  *it~1s���������drawn~inK~th"e"���������caifO"e~ia"ird~tlre'  shells are opened.  Native divers descend to considerable depths, "more than 130 feet being  frequently attained, but shell is not  infrequently" picked from rocks ,in  water not more than four to six feet  in depth, although the amount thus  obtained is comparatively small.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  Gentlemen,���������Theodore Dorr-Is, a  customer of mine, was completely  cured of rheumatism nfler live  years of suffering, by the judicious  uso   of   MINARD'S   L1NLMKNT,  The abovo facts can he verified hy  writing, to him, to the Parish Priest  or atiy of his neighbors.  A. COTK, Merchant.  St. Isidore, Que., 12 May, "J8.  A Curious Ferryboat  it  Mario���������And nl tho place where 1  stayed this summer, n green young  hlri'il hand tried 10 klm mo. Ho tnld  mo he'd never klH*-ed a girl in his life,  and   fJvvnjnJy���������And what did you loll  him?  Marie���������I told lilm thnt 1 was no agricultural experiment station,  Quick Help For Chest Soreness!  L 1*1    ^ '��������� l*-! ���������T       *���������       T������       rt       /A     ���������    1   1  All umgesuon Maue io uu quickly  Worst Cold or Sore Throat  Cured in Quick Order  RUB   ON   NtiltVIMNG  Hub Norvllino plentifully over lho  Bflck and chest���������rub it in well���������lnta f  rubbing can't hurt. The relief will bo  turprlslng.  N'i*rvTtlin> \.\ |.f"t( Uvi> In fau.ro, \tts  powerful���������about live times -htroiiKitr  t*\an an ordlnnry llnlmnn' Norvlliii,-, r  ponetratluR, sinks In through the ils-  iiuftrt, Bets right In whore tlio sormeBB  md conKciiilon toally aro. Uk action is  marvellously noothltiff. Itubbod on nt  Dtf-ht, tt draws out the Itill'imrnatlon.  t������nd bf'fcro mnmlns* XnVot sway Ilia!  foaling of tightness,   onu   stops tbo  cough entinly.  Wl ore can ymi tind ho powerfully  Hi-arching a relief as Norvllino for a  bad -cold'.'   Si-arch iho world over and  ,,l)ll 11   I,,,-...",!,   liwiutH,,   in.,.   r,u hi'im,  For nearly fc.rt>vy-ur* Ner.iline Ium  boon quickly curing culds, cougli'k and  throat troubles. TiioiiHiiinlt, use it for  rheumatism, j-chitirn and neuralgia -  tlioy all sin al. wi 11 of this grand family llnliiioiit, beeaii-i* tin y havo proved  Its almost rii'igh'itl power.  Win-never you have,an iirho or pain,  b ��������� li ni'iiraipl.i, t-rlatlpii, iumh.iKO, joint  or iniwlfi -.tlftin-.K silwayn remember  that Norvllino Is tho quickest, gaftist  cure. Vso.ry froofl d'.al<T ln medicine  HoJIh the Inr'*'* i'l'ic family 6l?.e bottle of  Nerviline, trial hUe 2Lc. or direct from  iho Catarrhosona Co., Kingston, Canada.  s Composed of a Buffalo Skin and  is  Used to Navlonta River at  Simla, India  Perhaps tho most curious ferryboat  fo be found lu the world Is at Simla,  India, siiys a writer In tho Strand  Miigazlno. The river that Hows to tho  northeast of Sun!, the chief town of  thu Simla HIU Stales, has few  bridges, so, necessity being tho moth-  ur of Invention a novel method liac  been adopted, The skin of a buffalo  is inllatod with air and is placed, with  the four foot upward, to Hont In the  water, Tlio owner ihen throws himself over It, and the one or two passengers sit or Icnn on the top of him,  Ily means of a small puddle lu his  right hand and the movement to and  lro of liis logrt in the water thu uvviter takes lils paaseiigera across. The  jouruoy tula's Iron;, three to llvo minute;- and tho nuidost aiim of 11 plea tone  farthing) Is charged. It Is only hy repented crossings lu a <lny that 11 mau  can earn much, but so mnny nut I von  use this meiuiH of going to nnd from  "., '.;* v!!!:*." :* tl'-.'.t 4"-" '.'������������������."'.������ '." ���������'"< 'in-  roinunerntivp. ������  1msw thiiigh are mom comical tiian  these iiiiiSH.icks, whotlior moving In  mldstroam or lining carried back lo  the village nt night on tho owner's  back. Tlioy nro, ot courto, vory light,  .ind are nbout two- and a half yards  Jong, 'jjioy M'Oin in no biilo, exoi-jn m  monsoon weather, \vln-n heavy rain  hits caused a rapid current, but, nt  such 11 timo two muHimcka are often  linked together, bo that, being heavier, thoy can avoid the rocks.  Asthma Can !)e Cured. lis suffering  Is as needless as it is terrible to endure. After if many years of relief of  the most stubborn 3ures no sufferer  can doubt the perfect effectiveness of  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy.  Comfort of body ami peace of mind return with its use and nights of sound  sleep come back for jooA. Ask your  druggist;  he can supply you.  Was Warned of Invasion  Late King of Roumanla Told of Foreign Power Which Would Attack  Country  In view of tho Gorman statement  that Belgium made secret arrangements with l-'ni'iicc and Kngland���������  which is widely hold in Oormany���������  "et Volk," tlio Dutch labor journal,  publishes a speech which M. do broc-  (juovlllo, the Belgian premier, made at  a secret sitting of parliament, whon  the Belgian army bill was submitted.  According to tho version of a Socialist member ot parliament, to tho  publication of which M. de Urocque-  villo is said to have consented, tno  promlor told parliament that tho army  bill was duo to the Uerman army bill  of llilZ, and uormany's doslro to havo  300,000 more mon in tho lirst line tlum  Franco has.  "During lust Bummor," said tho pro-  ml or ,'wc learned Hint tho purposo of  the Increase was to enable Gorman  armies to break through Belgium, \V0  woro told of tliii by several powers,  and our uneasiness wns increased by  several plans of which wo wero informed."  Tho premier then ornd several reports regarding tho railway around  KlHonboni, and the possibility of fior-  ninny transporting r>t),t)00 men in less  limn 2-1 hours (iiui Invading Belgium  after a throe hour inarch, "Therefore,"  observed ill. do Jli-oequovlk-, 'iv������i must  liewiiro of (iprniany."  As to Franco, she hiu] Nlro'ifftl*ein*d  hor fortresHOH and Increased her  forces, M, do Hrucnuovilo said bo  foitrod nn conflict wllh France, but  thoy must bo prepared to moot both  sides, The premier snid they bad been  warned of the danger of a foreign  power sotting foot lu Belgium, and  thnt she should b<i prepared for self-  defence. The late King of Itounianla  waa one who tendered this advice.  >frs. Ob'.'nn���������1 buy my husband n  box of cigars every Christmas,  Mrs. Newe.il���������But 1 thought you ob-  Jerted to his Plunking at homo.  Mrs. Oidun���������So I do���������and ho novor  docs. 'i  "How did you get your musical t<*m-  porumonll"  "I was born lo A fiat  For the Old Folks at Home  ''What is iu the iinui timu daughter?" ubkt'd mother eagerly.  "A thousand kisses," answered father grimly, "and slxieen unndkorchlofH,  two wiilsts find four batches of ribbons for you to wash and mend."  Sir Donald Boss, who discovered  how tbo mottled winged mosquito  carries malaria, claims that Mediterranean fever is carried principally  by the milk of infected goats. Leprosy has been attributed to bedbugs,  nnd somo nro t-ven beginning to  think thnt too dt&enso of meiisSoi Is  duo to fleas,  Littlo Broker���������Mamma, chero's a  fat man sitting out on tho porcb tn  the dark.  Mamtnv-It Isn't * fat man dear.  Sister is showing hor boau tho ono-  step.  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting th* 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.,  GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG.  WHO WILL PAY OFF THAT MORTGAGE  Should You Die Suddenly? ���������  Keep the Roof over tiio Children's Head by a Policy ia  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.  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KENDALL CO.,  ENOSBURG FALLS VERMONT. U.S.A.  SOLID CHOCOLATE  MAPLE BUDS  "Maple Buds" is a name  which distinguishes a  quality, a flawless standard of chocolate purity  and deliciousness, rather  than simply the form in  which the chocolate is  moulded.  " Made in Canada."  28,7  JBffMBMflBB  Schism in Russia's Church  Adoption of Greek Catholic Religion  Turned Country Against  Europe  Probably nothing in all tho lilHtory  of ltussin, snys tho Century Mngtizlno,  haa ho ait'octod her destiny, and possibly also Uio ultlnuito dostlny oMflur>  ouo and Aslu, aa tills groat achlBin (of  tho KiiHtcrn and Western* church) In  tho South. For moro than anything  ���������oIhc, pOHBlbly more than nil*T)tlior  thliigH combined? thin It Is that lias  oponod tlio cluinin between Hussla and  tho rout of Kuropc, For when onco  tlio nmbnBsndora, whom the ruling  princo, Vladimir, Bent out to canvftBB  the rollKlons of the world with a view  to determining which wob tlio host  for the KusbImi people,.roturned and  ri'portcd in favor of the Orthodox, or  Ort-ok Catholic, with Uh float nt Con-  Htuntlnoplc, and the prince indorsed  tliiH rocomiJir-ndntion, from that moment the faco of IliisHia was turned  toward the Iinat. From tliat momont  hIio began to bo a strnngor.  "Thn only tronbln with my speech,"  nald tn������> remorseful man, "i8 thai I  didn't know when to stop."  "It'll worn than that," replied Mr.  Growchrr. "The trouble la you didn't  know when not to begin."  Sho   (passionately)���������Wilt  you   bo  true to mo?  He (tenderly)���������Ab true as tno ro������o  bloom In your c'-ierlo.  Sho_\viiy���������er���������Isn't the moon  Brand?  ���������in mii���������i-ihi���������1���������^Wt  One gloomy day a yoisiiK countryman wont to 11 dentist to bavo 11 tooth  extracted. Sccinc tho patlonffl obvloiw  nervousness, tho dcntlfit Inquired:  "Would yon like gas?"  -Would r like gM? Of cou������������ I'd  like gaH " exclaimed the lrato patient.  "Do you think I'm Rotnjr to have you  yui'iil-ftf out tay t������������th la tb������ dark?"  Couldn't Work It On Him  A woll known English nn\nl dip  nltnry lias n beautiful dnugntor. A  young ensign, with no rosourcoB but  his Biilnry, foil in lovo with hor, and  askod thn old Rontlnninn for her  liiinil, Tho fathor ut onoo taxed him  with tho fact that lie had only hh  Biliary���������hardly enough to keep him in  white gloves and to burnlHh Mb brass  buttons. c  "Well, admiral, what you say In  true, But when you mnrrled you woro  only a midshipman, with oven a small"  er Biliary than mine. How did you got  along?" asked tho ensign, who thought  he had mado a must diplomatic do-  fen co.  But not so. Tho crafty, old bov  dog thundered forth:  "I lived on my fntlior-ln-luw for tht  first ton yonra; but I'll be hanged if  you are- going to do It!"  Modern Church Architecture  "nut," said ii member of tho bulld������  ing committee to tho architect,  "you  haven't a Binglo Bplro on tho church."  "No.  In these days of advancod clr������  lllaztion it Is better   to build   youif  CIIUICluu v������ar|/*vu*.  Woman's Health  nna Bplritfl depend upon herdigeaUon  and circulation. Sallow Bkin, plmplM,  ja.ti<ki utciiiML*,^ ii.*! -uc^i-a-Hiwi*, vIIa*  appear after tho nyatcm has- been  cleansed And tho blood purified by  BEEGHAM'S  PILLS  IXmt]NitllfwltIV*)Mt*WMiM*'idi tniy to*  fdjffwrfirlm. I������Iwh,UcuU  1X1  W.N.U. 1031 THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  -it  Your Liver  is Clogged up     .  That's Why You're Tired���������Out of  Sort���������������Hoot no Appetite,  CARTER'S LITTLE  XIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a tew days.  They do  their duty  Cure  Constipation,  JBilionsneii, fntlifestton, and Ski Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  f J IWiU|*W<"Jb^rVVPaWffll'lllll Ml  Christmas time you have a  little extra money. Why not  make the home a present of an  Eddy Washboard and an Eddy  Indurated Fibreware Tub ?  You will feel the benefit every  washday in the year, for the  Indurated Tub keeps the  water hot for so long that it  saves much lifting and carrying of water���������and the washboards have a special crimp  which without tearing the  clothes, loosens the dirt very  easily.  Buy your home a Xmas  present, Mrs. Housekeeper,  but be sure they are EDDY'S  France's Young Hero  Defying German Bullets, Calmly Car-  rles Out Orders of His Officer  With colors flying nnd the band  playing tho'"Marseillaise,"1 the 127th  regiment of French Infantry marched past tho youngest soldier lu their  ranks, Leon Lemalre, who,* although  only twenty years of age, has been  presented with the . distinction coveted in lho French army above till  others, the Military Medal;  This is (how ho won it..  A fow days before tho colonel of  the 127th had sent Lemaire with,  an important message to the captain  of one of tho companies of the regiment In the trenches.  He had no sooner shown'himself  on the level ground to run forward  on his .errand than the Gorman  troops,' whose trenches wero here  only at short range, opened-a fierce  lire upon him by volleys. First a,  bullet. passed through the young  man's greatcoat; then his cap was  struck; his "haversack mid water  bottle woro riddled by several shots;  then a hole was bored through the  scabbard of his bayonet. ,  Through It all young Lemaire advanced coolly and without fultoring,  and finally he reached the trench  where the captain to whom he boro  the messago was ��������� remarkably  enough, without a wound.  y^PUT LOTS ON,,  GRANNY"*  * I  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc,  United States Would Object  Tho American people would undoubtedly and strenuously resent a  European invasion of Canada, wholly  regardless ��������� of any provocation that  Canada has given by participating :n  the ljuropeau war.  The position of Americans in such  a contingency might ho illogical, hut  it would be taken. It wouldn't be  taken out of friendship . for England  or cut of enmity to Kngland's foes.  It would be taken out of consideration of our own vital interests. The  contingency is so very remote that  Mr. Taft might woll have omitted its  public consideration. Should it arise,  however, every real American knows  what would happen,-~Chicago Tribune.  ^HHLDREN TEETHING  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD. .THANKS TO  Mrs. WInslow's  Soothing Syrup  wi-RELY VEGETABLE���������HOT NARCOTIC  1-tfEE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If YOU feel'OUT of SOU*! S"RUN DOWN' "GOT Ilia BLUKi'  Sl'FFKK from KIUHEY, BLADDER. NltltVOUS DISIA3KB,  CIIKONIC WKAKNKSS.UI.CKKS,SKIN ERUPTIONS,PILKS,  write lor FREE CLOTH BuUND medical iook ON  llieie (Usenet anil WONDERFUL CURES (Reeled br  ^THE NEW FRENCH REiVIEDV7-WorN.2N.3-  THERAPION"^r%  itn������ remedy lor YOUR OWN ailnent.  Aktolutalr PRES  -   No'follow up.clrculari. No obllg������lloni. Dr. LkClkkc  Ml'.I) CO.IlAVEKSTQCXKD.tlAMrSTKAn LONDON,ENO  WR WANT TO fROVIt THSRAriOM WILL CUM YO*.'  PATENTS  ITentherstonhaugh & Co., head office,  "King street east, Toronto, Canada.  Beware  of  Ointments  for  Catarrh   That  Contain Mercury u  as mercury will surely destroy the sense  of smell and completely dci-tingi; llie  whole system when entering It through  the mucous surfaces. Such articles should  never bo used except on prcscrlpliuns  from reputable physicians, as the damage  they wlll do Is ten fold lo the good vou  can possibly derive from tliem.- Hall's  Catarrh Cure, manufactured by l<\ J.  Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0.. contains no  mercury, and Is taken internally, acting  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying. Hall's  Catarrh Cure bo sure you Ret-the genuine. It .Is taken internally and made  in* Toledo. Ohio, by K. J. Cheney & Co..  Testimonials free. -  ' Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per bottle.  Take'Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ��������� ��������� '  Don't neglect every-day  Injurlcs to which children  nre subject. A "little" in-  jury if neglected may lead  to serious complications.  A small cut or scratch ncg-  lectcd may mean blood  poison, and may result in  the loss of an arm or leg.and  sometimes of a life.  Why take chances?  Apply Zam-IJuk as'sogn as  injuries or skin diseases  occur. Zam-Buk quickly  kills all germs, stops the  bleeding, prevents suppur-  at.on and blood poison, and  heals quickly.  Mrs. J. E. Bicrwirth, of  ��������� Canuluff, Susie., writes���������"My  son cut the end oil h s ftnp;cr.  Zam-Buk stopped tlicvblccding  and gave him such relief that  he censed crying. I decided'oto  see if Zam-Buk would heal the  wound, and continued using  nothing but Zam-Buk. Complete cure resulted."  Use Zam-Buk (or cuts, hums, ulcers,  bruises, eczema, pllos, cold sores, chll-  blalu-i,chnpp������-lhsnds,anil all skin illseuscs  and iniiirlcs. Ri-lusc substitutes. Sec  inline "Ziim-Buk" on cvciy packatc  All druEEUts anil stores, 50c box.      ���������:  evERTHOME NEEDSi?  For Men Must Eat  Feeding the Trenches Under Flaming  ..'   Shells  With such minuteness of observation as no war before this has ever  seen���������from aeroplane, portable watch-  towers and spies everywhere it is by  no means an easy matter to keep the  brave fellows entombed iu the  trenches supplied with food and ammunition.  Here is n vivid account of the manner in which this work,is done, by  one of the transport drivers nt tho  front.  An inky black night in a rather  wild, opon country. Lines of wag-  Rons stand in readiness to start. To  each waggon there are attached a  couple of horses���������city cab horses'  some of 'em.  Thero is n buglo call; a number  of men in tlie' raggiest khaki you  could imagine come from out of the  darKiioss at the double. Thoy lino  up before tii"* vjggons, an order is  Italy's National Game  Nothing but tho Fingers Are Used to  t    Play the Ancient and Honorable  Game ol "Mbrra"  We aro apt to look on marbles as  the most economical of games, says  a writer in the Strand Magazine, but  "morra," is perhaps the most economical game iu the world, for lt demands  nothing but a pair of hands.  The players each throw out the  right hand, with a number of fingers  extended. Then ,each has to call  "live," "threo," "eight," or any number that ho considers equal, to the  number of fingers extended by himself  and his opponent added togother. In  this lies the test; for an old hand can  divine by tho very turn of his opponent's lingers how many he is going to  extend. Whenever a player guesses-  the right total in any throw he counts  lt on his loft hand by folding in a  finger of thnt hand. It takes nine  such correct guesses by one player  to make a game.  This game is proscribed by law if  practised in public, hence the devotees  *&  Nervous  shouted hoarsely and tho men spring -  to tho scats on the waggons and , botnko ihomsc ves to alloys and by  awav thoy go -jolting and rattling, ways. I* rom tho dience of these rc-  across the trampled wasted corn ly' *}o��������� lliei"e come3 Uio telltale howl of  luiTtliick and dank on the sodden Uio raucous players. As game succeeds  ground that three months ago waa a : Bllino iun} J10 w������ne thoy play for Is  yellowing cornfield. ' ! consumed, the play becomes more   *  The Wonder of the Slav  For coiituries tho Slav has lived and,  :so far as tho rest of the world is  ���������concerned, still lives just beyond the  Jhoriison, says tho Century Magazine,  'There' Is about him something of the  with which dwellers in valleys  jlook upon high mountains, upon tho  .Alps or tho Himalayas.  Minard's Liniment Cores Distemper,.  How do you liko my new hat,  .John?  How much did it cost?  Threo dollars.  Most becoming hat you ever had on.  Ila&hful Youth���������I want a present  rtor a young, lady.  Saleswoman���������Sister or fiancee?  Bashful Youth���������*\v oil���������er���������sho hns  mot said which sho would be yot.  Judge���������Friend,   what aro you doing  t!or n Job?  "Another���������Looking for one.  WUNMR  TIRE OF  =It-Happened nn=Ghina���������  Twelve Men Are Put to Death, and  Whole City is Burned to Avenge  Alleged Crime  'On July 7;' in the prefectorial city  of I.luchowfu, in the province ot  Kwangsi, South China,' three men, accused of crlrrfe, says the Christian  Herald, weve stripped half naked,  then dragged along the narrow  streets, through the city gate to a  place outside the city wall, where  they were thrown into burning pits,  and after suffering indescribable  agony in the flames wore riddled with  bullets and then covered '.with earth.  The crime charged against them was  the murder of four soldiers, who the  officials assert wero suppressing  gambling in the country districts when  thoy wore killed hy a mob. The report  current among the people was that  those soldiers became involved in- a  quarrel, nnd. threo if them woro killed in tho niolco t)(at followed,, After  tho execution orders wore Issued, that  tho entire village be destroyed,'Soldiers wero sent fror, houso to house  and arrested as many mon aB they  could llnd, and thon set flro to, the  village. Tho prisoners wero. brought  to the city for punishment, and nlno  of them wero.led outside tho oity wall  and shot on the execution ground.  That this Is an Isolated enso of  cruelty wo aro glad to boliovo, for it'  In tho namo of law tho Chinese of-  (lclalfi aro going to rcnort to tho barbarities practised ln tho Middle Ag*s  It ���������/ill brinK tho name of the now  republic Into disgrace and put far distant the day when claim can bo mudo  to civilization.   .  Next Year's Crop  Before the La.idsturm was called  out the winter wheat crop hud been  put in. Germany made her. next  season's' food supply secure so far as  she could. "Then- she sent her men  to fight. .j\j-^liey_j-ame backwouna-  ed"They find~oi"i~ove"fy railroad station  platform a hot soup stana, with nurses  and .waitresses in attendance. As fa&i  as they'regain their streng*r.i they go  back to the trenches. The growing  crop of soldiers is not being neglected.  The boys who in England would be  Boy Scouts, with bare knees and cowboy hats, are drilling sunder some -e-  tired sergeant, -  .  "They will be ready, two-.three-  years from new," said, my informant.  "Before.they are called up for their  first year of service they will have  learned at least the first principles  of discipline and drill."  A big naval gun is used up aftar  firing a hundred rounds. After a  hundred rounds the rilling of the  core or lining of the gun is destroyed by hot gases from the explosive,  not, as one might suppose, by the  friction of the shell.  The waggons contain bully beef,  biscuits, apples, and cold tea in bottles, and the drivers have got to deliver ..it all somehow to the soldiers  in the trenches eleven miles away.  The men' fight, sleep, eat, live, and  die in tlio trenches, until the moment comes for an advance or retreat.  For, once entrenched . in * such a  war as* the present, there is no coming out" day or night. And getting  these ��������� food waggons to the trenches  is perilous work, for the Germans  do all they can to prevent the food  waggons reaching our soldiers.  The danger of what is callod food-  transport work is, of course, far I not  greater in some.places than -others.  ,In some places-there may be shelter  to be obtained, right up to the  trenches, and the waggons are never  seen by ..the enemy, but in others  the waggons may have to reach the  trenches by way of open' and difficult  ground, over which headway can be  made but slowly. Many a driver has  perished, many a baggage waggon  been destroyed, ,in such places.  When the" waggons are within  about, four miles of the trenches the  Germans try to locate them with  searchlights, or fireballs, and then  begin shelling them.  They use fireballs now altogether  for this purpose,'- The fireball is' a  sort of immense firework, "When it  bursts'it turns into, a glaring ball'of  blue fire which hangs in the air  throwing a brilliant light about the  ground beneath it, and enabling the  ierman gunners to get the exact  range of the food waggons.  , A comrade of mine saw a shell  burst within a foot of a waggon. It  simply wiped the, waggon and driver  and  horses  out of existence.    They  tense, the cries more hoarse and loud,  so that one would imagine they were  dogs barking. No game is older than  this���������even chess must yield the palm  for antiquity���������and yet it. is as popular  iind as primitive today as when lirst  played on the banks of the Nile.  are usnallr thiii and easily  worried, aieep does not refresh and the ayatem gets weaker  and weaker,   ,  Scott't Emaltion corrects nervoua-  . ness by force of nourishment- it feeds  the nerve centres by distributing on-  ergy nnd power nil over the body.  Don't resort to alcoholic mixtures  or drug concoctions.  Git SCOTTS EMULSION for  your ntrvt ���������nothing tqualr or  compare* uiith it, bat Imlit on  th* ginulna SCOTTS.  U-SI    EVEWf DRUOOIBT HAS JT.  Indians arc Good Soldiers  NERVOUS CHILDREN  The Trouble is Often Realty St. Yitus  Dance���������Do Not Neglect It   "  Many a child has been called awkward, has been punished in school for  keeping still or for dropping  tilings, wnen the trouble was .really  St. Vitus dance. Tills disease may  appear at any age, but is most common between the ages of six and fourteen years, lt is caused by thin blood  which fails to carry sufficient nourishment to the nerves, and the child  uecomes restless and twitcning of the  muscles and jerking of the limbs and  body follow. ''In severe ' cases the  child is unable to hold anything or  feed itself. St. Vitus dance is cured  by building up the blood. The most  successful treatment is to remove the  child from all mental excitement, stop  school work'- and give Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. These Pills' renew the  blood supply, strengthen the nerves,  and restore the child to perfect health.*'  Here is proof of their power to cure.  Mrs. Geo. A. MacDonald, Harrington,  N.S., says: "My son was attacked by  St. Vitus dance; at the outset his  muscles would twitch and his step  was weak and jerky. We called in a  doctor who treated him, but notwithstanding he continued to grow worse  ,and_aO_a_st:.grew so bad_.that he could  They Show Dash and Fearlessness to  a Remarkable Degree  The great endurance and fighting  ability of tho native troops from In-  'd<a who havo come lo tako pari lor  the, first time in history in a war  against white troops on European 6oil  have astonished thoso against whom  they havo been pitted as well as all  the Allied commanders except tho  British. They have proved as steady  under shrapnel lire as the best of their  white comrades in arms. The commanders of the "Allied armies aver  that they show dash and.fearlessnesa  to a remarkable degree and have on  many occasions displayed great initiative under the most difficult circumstances.  tfliese warriors from tho Punjab  and Bengal, as their fellow soldiers,  the little hardy Ghurkas and Por-  thans and Jats from tho mountains1  on tho Afghan frontier, generally bear  the variations of climate with the  greatest fortitude. They declare they  are fighting for their "Raj" or Emperor, and it is not for.them to complain;  When they- first went into action*  they disdained., the protection of the  shelter trenches and darted across the  open at their opponents with their  bayonets and knives, much to their  cost,  Father���������What .expectations have  you?  Suitor���������That I 111 got your consent.  "Doos Wombat own "or rent Ins  house?"  "Rents It." '  "How do you know?"  "I know all right, Ilo scratches the  matches on the paint,"  /^TTrTiT/^TTTl.T.  SOAP  Because of its,refreshing fragrance, absolute purity and  delicate emollient skin-purifying properties derived from  .Cuticura Ointment.  Samples Free by Moll  Cutletin*. HMD ������ni| Ofntrrirnt villi throughout th*  ���������maiM. IltrfTil ������uiii|,lnof **f ft tr^llrd fr������#, with ?i-Q-  Imt, Aiitret "Cullturs." Drpt. K, Hot ton, VJiJU  Don't Forget About Your Corns  Cure  thom  in ono night,  by  Put-  nnin'H Corn Hxtrnotor.  It is sure, safe  and pnink'BH, guaranteed lo euro or  your money back,  Peace Meeting  A riot call had beon sent in, and  the pollen liad urroHlcd Iho whole  lodge mooting. At tho hearing, how-  ovi-tv, thovo nnpenvrd to bo a strange  reluctance nbout testifying. Tho  Judge noticed Ihat, although everybody would iiilmlt that there hnd boon  trouble, nobody would toll what start-  od It, So It wuh that liln honor pin hod  one conscientious man--the honorable  worthy Inner custodian it wuh���������down  to fllCt.B,  "Yin: nny Homebody (darted this  "ow by hitting somebody ovor .tin1  bond wl'ih Homotlilng. Now, who hit  whom with what on whnt occnslon?"  "The oi'ciiHion wuh tlio annual I'l'inxl  penco p!|>i> mooting of tlio llrotlmr.y  l.ovo Lodge nf the Iluiirl. nnd Iloart  Kratornlty.    Wn   woro   mot   to   web  pniYin-  -"  "Novor mind. Who waa tho hhbiiII-  nnt:'"  ' "The   cliiilrmnn   of  the  oiUcrtulit-  mr'tit ciiniinlltee."  "Whom did ho hit?"  "We call lilm Noblo Lord of Unlvor-  Hill   IV'IICO."  "'"���������"���������Hiil   (lui   IH"   nit  mm   'oii-ii;  "Tho loving cup,"  If ono br troubled with corns and  w'irtH, ho will llnd In llollowny'fl Cora  Cure nn application that will entirely relievo Biifferinr.  Tonchor���������Wbat ie the diff'Tonco between milltnrl'-m and mllllnnry?  |'u\iil Militancy U Um fciululiu'. i'or  militarism!  Now York has a story that the  kaiser possesses eight 24-lnch guns,  which ho is doterminod at all costs  to instal at Calais. It Ib addod that  If necessary ho is proparnd to sacrifice 350,000 livos in tho attempt.  were all blown to .smithereens. The  waggons,, of course, spread outas far  as possible from e.ich other, and if  one or two-meet with disaster, some  always reach the trenches in safety. '  Often the* food has to" be distributed  under shell fire, but in the trenches  oue is fairly aat'e; at any rate, tho dan  ger never affects' tho Tommies' appetites, any more than do his ragged  garments, the mud with which he is  caked, or the othor hundred and one  discomforts of -living in ��������� the  tronchoa.  All sorts and conditions of young  men may be found among the food-  waggon drivers���������from 'Varsity undergraduates to men who, not long  since, were clerks In city offices,  driving wagg-ons about London, or  checking ticuets at railway stations  ���������all glad to "do their bit, ready to  die if necessary doing tholv duty to  their comrades and their country.  "How did tho caahler ot your bank  got into Jail?"  "Loft the V of.' Bpoculatlon."  Until  ^TICK TO IT  Tea or Coffee  Hits Yoi.  Hard  W.N.U. 1036  You won't bo ablf* to AoAtio striffl,  You won't Microoil, my non.  When you have a grind aim tn lifo  And tote an -imply xun.  It Ir nbout as woll to ndvlso people  to stick to tea and coffeo until thoy  got hit hard enough ho that they will  never  forget tholr experience,  A womnn wrlton and hor letter   s  COIK'.OIlHOd to glvo tho fatllB ill (| HllOI't  Hpuco:  "I wiib n coffoo hIiivo and ntuc-lf to It  like a topor to his 'eupH,' not withstanding l frniiueiitly luul Hovorn at-  tack*- of sick honduolio; ll.on I nmd  more coffeo to relieve tho headache,  and this wiih well onougn until the  coffee effect won.' off, iTIio oir-.'ctt)  on the system of ton and coffee drinking are very hIuiIIiii*, Ihxuiuho they  iMieli contain the drug, culTeliie).  "���������'liinlly iittitcltH of rliouiiuitlBiii begun to appear, ami ullliiuitely Ilio  whole norvoiiH Hj'iUoiu begun to break  down and 1 wiih fast becoming a  ii'rffl'*  "Aftor a time I wiih induced to quit  coilee and lake up fOHtuin, iiilis wim  linlf a year ago. The n-HUlt haw been  moHt HiitlKfiu.'tory.  "Tho rheuniutiHin Ih gono ont I rol.',  nnrvQ- practlcaly well nml Htoadv, di-  gcHllnn nlmont porfoe.1, never have nny  lliuri' ruir**,  ||l-- Al.urtltn nun    uni gaiuiim  Hteadlly in weight and Hirongth,"  Namo given  by   I'annllan ToHt'uni  Co., Windsor, Ont.    Iloai'. "Tlio Road  to ���������--".���������ollvlilo," In j*l<gH,  Postum conies in two forms:  Regular Poetum���������must be well boiled,    lite and lifio. pnckagoH.  Instant Postum���������iH a Holuhlo powder. A toiifipoonful dlHRolvois quickly in  ii cup of hot wtitu' and, with ci'n.un  and BUK'ir, makes a delicious bovontgo  Inat-ntly.   Mc r.nd fiOc tins,  Tho ciiut per cu   of both klndH lx  about tho samo.  "TUo.rc'o a Roar    " for ToRtum.  ���������sold by Orocfirs,  Brunei A Strange City  Once Was Rendezvous of Borneo Pl-  rateB, but Now Is Trading Centre  For Islanders  Brunei, Borneo, Ib one of the strnus-  ohI, cities in the world, says a writer in  the Wide World Magazine. Onco tho  headquarters of tho Borneo plrntos, it  Ib a kind of Uastorn Venice, bolng  built entirely over the water, This  romnrkablo city is tho cnpltti^ of lho  Statu of Brunei, .Borneo. All tho  hoiiROB nor built over the Rlvor Llm-  hang, eonstrunted on slender piles  made from the Nlbong palm, a wood  that 1'OfilHtH the action of wator for  many 'yours,  The Inhabitants of Brunei aro Malays, Kndaynns, Orang-Busklts nnd a  lew MurutH, Tlioy earn their living  mostly by trading with other trlboH  in the Interior of Sarawak and RrltlMi  North Borneo, Sonic of thom are very  skilful bruHH workoi-H, nnd the Brunei  womon make beautiful cloth, Inter-  woven and oinbrolderod with gold  thread. Sago Is grown In lho valleys  nniir hy, und a small quantity of rlo"  Ik hIho rnlsed. ln the early part, of  tho nlnoiotinfli century Brunei was tho  rendezvous of the drond Borneo pirates und a market for the nlave  trail o,  not, hold a cup in his hand, while his  head constantly twitched, and his  speech became rather indistinct. At  this juncture I saw in a paper the  cure of a boy from similar trouble  through' the use of Dr. William's' Pink  Pills. We at once sent for a supply,  and in a few weeks, after he-began  their use there was considerable improvement, and it was not long after  this before lie was completely cured,  and has never had a symptom of the  trouble since. 1 am convinced that  there Is no medicino like Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for the cure of St, Vitus  dance.  If your dealer does not keep Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills you can get them  by mail at GO cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 by writing The Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co., Brockvlllc; Ont,  The worms that infest children from  their birth are of two kinds, those that  find lodgement in the stomach and  those that are iound in the intestines.  The latter are tne most destructive,  as tl.ey cling to the walls of the intestines and if not interfered- with  work havoc there. Miller's. Worm  J >wders dislodge * otli kinds and while  expelling, them from the system serve  to repair the damage they have  caused."  "Coal Boxes" of the Germans  From Gunner1 Corfiold,    13th    Battery, R.H.A.:  If wo go into ft position whoro wo  think we shall stay for some time, we  dig a hole largo enough for our detachment���������that is, six men | when v;e  hnvo dug the hole wo got some wood  from the nearest farmhouse to make a  roof-  When wo have put the roof on wo  put" straw on the floor, and I hen tho  earth wo have dug out goes to tho entrance and makes it bullet proof but  not "coal box" proof,  Of course, If a "coal box" hits us it  would kill us or bury us, but to do  that thoy would have1 to get. a direct  lilt, nnd It Is a 100 to J chance that  thoy can't do that,  Tho only things tho Clormnns can  hit are church steeples, A good many  or tiiono "coal boxcB" don't oxplodo;  they simply bury thoin.solvos. Kvory  time tliat.hnppoiis tho mon Bhout out  "Madn in fiormnny,"  A Standard Medicine.������������������I'armnk-o'H  Vegetable. Pills compounded of. entire-  ly vegetable Hiibsiiiucos km. .-mi to have  n reviving a������d salutary effect upon tho  dlgoiitlvo organs, hnvo through years  of uho attained ho eminent ,i position  that they rank uh a sutudnrd niodl-  cine. Tho ailing Bhould romeniber  .IiIh' Simple In their composition, they  can bo assimilated hy tho weakest  stiiiniK'h and are certain to hnvo a  healthful nnd agreeable effect on the  sluggish dlgostlvo organs,  Chancellor Wrono Afjaln  Kqually weak Ik Chan* ll'T von  Bouiiiann-llollwog In Ills effort to put  tho blame upun Niigland. It may be.  true as ho snys, that tho Nngllsh  government could have limited *ho  .war by making a ilrm annnunoonii-'nt  at St. Petersburg Unit Omit Britain  -. ould not permit a Kuropuan war to  spring ��������� from the Snrvlan diltloiiliy.  Unit them, lie took up i Ju������t- m', ''i'i wniii would liave nils  1 un'in!0 II wiiiilij !,:ivi* }i.-ui.l '*..tl  ' ���������inland nhnn.Inning tho entente,  would have been joining (Jermany as  un ally in hUp-iurling Ausiila in a war  of aggression upon St.-rvla.���������Siuiutj-  Held Itt'pulillciin.  Honor the HoroU -Dead  There is a solitary grave noar  Choisyuu-'tac, whleh ovory day is  .Jirown wlili flowers,  It is the last resting place, of an  I'lugliHh soldier, who, quite alone,  there fought IiIh IhbI light till overwhelmed by nuni'-er.i. During tbe  great retreat lin had strayed from  Ills comrades and fallen exhausted  from fatigue.  tillable lo  ,j*:..ruj., la ���������*,-. ..:*.',<-ji..." ,} t.w-  rlngo, but tliiny-Hlx hours later iliu  Jenuiins appeared ou ihe other side  -A tiie Aitiiiu ami hied ai Him,  I'lidoU'iTi'd by lho fact thai liu  wiih  utterly  iilono,    lie   replied,  and  ECONOMY IN CHINA  Use Every,lnch of Land and Save All  the Water  Dr. G. C Creelman og Guelph, Ont,  president of the Ontario Agricultural  College, in an interview with ,tho  World at the Hotel Vancouver, said:  that his trip to Australia, New Zealand and the Orient had resulted* in tho  collection of a vast mass of information on Intensive farming and similar'  subjects,  Dr. Creelman declared that at the  present timo there is a drought lu  Australia, und tha^-this may bo as  bad, or worse, than tho memorablo  drought in 1902. Australian farmers  are thrifty, howovor, and will be ablo  to weather a bad season.  In..Japan and China-Dr. Crcolmairi  saw intensive farming practised to  the greatest possiblo degree of perfection. Manual labor is " cheaper  there than the purchase or employment of agricultural machinery.  Japanese and Chinese farmers con-"  serve ovory foot of ground, uso ovory  drop of water and create and develop  farms which are virtually gardens,  bringing thom to a high state of pro-  auction. Dr, Creel in mi's report will  mako Interesting rending, and will be  presented to the Ontario government  shortly after lie returns. ^.  Minard's Liniment CureB Diphtheria.  Use Windmills to Herald News  In some parts of Holland they have  a curious way of signalling, Items of  news by manipulating tho sails of tho  numerous windmills that dot the lund-,  scape, says tho Wide World .Maga-  zlno. For instance, tho gulls "roofed"  and wot dead square, in the local'code,  indicates that a baby boy lias been  born lu tho miller's family, ll is curious to uotu llmt tlm liermans lu Eastern Prussia licensed tlio Russians of  Blgnnlllng Information tn this vory  way by meant-, of llie many windmills  of the district.  Of Course  A woman who had some knowledge  of bum-ball took a "friend to p championship enllti'St.  "Isn't thnt .Ino?" Hnlrl tin- first, "Wo  have a mau on every bnuo,"  "Why, that'H mulling," snid th������  friend,   "Ho have they."  Just N.itur-ilty  "Nice children you have.   Which ll  thin?"  "Tlie seventh."  "lie hi.'iiiiih in bo the hcaUhlost looking one of Ihe lot."  "Yos; by the timo ho enmo along,  i,in iMiiMu'r iwifi nm ft\> nf i.h^'or!',2"  e.urucy of aim that the villagers de-  clan) ho accounted for ais tiermi.u  uflforK, one of thom it general, boforo hn fell under a volley.  '"he Fronch buried him whoro be  nnd fought, ereetinl a cross, and in  honor of lils gallantry lay fnmli  I'lij-.M.rn t-ai.li t,,i) on bin gr.,M-,  "Thon   j'i'iu   didn't    nnlr    for   her  hand?"  "No; when I wont to interview hor  father, bo wan lumy with the furnace.  Ho    said to conifl  down, and  after  watolilng lils struggles for hnif nn hour  , I didn't want to B^t married."  At the bedhldo of a patient who was  a nott d humorist five doctors wero in  consultation an to the host means to  produce porspiniiltin. Tlio sick man  ovi rlieard the dlhi'iiKslmi, and, aftor  listening for a few minutes, ho turned his head toward tin- group nnd  wiiiHpen ii wiih a dry oiiiiriile-  ".lust send in your bill, gentlemen;  that will b'iiig It on at uua."  Protrcl theolillij from tho rnvngoj  of wormc by using Mother ('rav^s*  Worm Mxtermlnaior. It is a standard  remedy nnd yonrt ot uso havo on-  hnriced its reputation.  DODtfS^  - y-jf-lp-^-yw-^t,  Wl M  / '   lUln **"���������'  TH&P^ THE NEWS. OTJMBHRLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA,-  ^at^i-^^^*afmmii)0t^t**^K'mM^mmmr^t^������aam^*t^m^������>'^(������i'������t'mmmt^m9^am*^aataaaamt^tmm^*' ���������*nm'i ���������������������������������  ,*������>iw������:������.i*s^K'UKi^J<W^������<^iMi^>������iK������-jv-������J-r4.~trk^'.-i.* ^\,������u ������a*������ww������������tt-������"*t'������*mt-1'ia t  ,....-...���������<  fr    ���������! isn't It Nice-?  v. ,������������!93->  It costs but ' little    to  $^������?t*4^1W- 'KU'C'  alu- ina-<t- ''Home  S   /S^M Hrantiful."'.    'when    vou  ^$P#'M ���������-���������lioosi* \ oui'   Wall  Papei  .. V  l*-r"  ;:.'    TI(u\)\^mm:^^-    ^ can    supply  il    M!^KW;il 1)yu,llt' R(,li t0 lhe  i-M  iu  ���������k~ rr  I*; Kl  l-O  #*MM|j}     l*Vil line of Furniture  llM**' ;^,,vcl>'-s on 1U13^'  \ ���������    '    ��������� -' * "  |^^<i������*tf*V������������^^ SrI(*',,l^������*Myvi**������w#^^  MAROCCH1 BROS    1  GROCERS   a    BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OK  1       CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  f  __      ������������������  31IAB"  I JiK  a ill IHiiS.* C  iJlOa-U  |      Vk-lMi,, ISlork,  A. MofillNNOSf     Cumberland  n ������w. tO������W -"������. I  0HU30H    NOYCES  MKTUiyiJiSi1 ���������:,.U*:u:h  .   s!-:.,;,-,i<..'j;.s.  r������K.m v^������������^"*w������������wau*w*'nirrtJ,,,fcrw*^^"*w**'ll*1-^*rw***,*-*,t'M* v*t?"' ������������������****"��������� I*'"-"**"' ������.i������-t  r> c o  i U^ilC  \V������)V>'iii;i- -.-'.iridav,   7  NOTICK   ���������  Any juTMiii nr pcr^iiii-, t-nLti:������������_���������;.  re-nilivino or tnkinj-* any l'l<'e.ks  timber ov wood, of any doi-erintiodi'  .Rilnn.ifi*)!" lo ilii- Wollin^ton Colliery ('(.)'v., or from or ulT tlie land  k  t'"i  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Cou'p'my.s BKKR  Wholesale Dealers  in all'Kinds of  Wines and I.,iquors.  Second     Street  |^"'^^>-pa*������"^t^M*y4A>^^ Wtf*������*^^***Vv^^i*'\>^wV  vi.-imi wf^ai*** i������ wtnt*^.r^**rtK������i^*jn.to-uar.'*^**a*n\*tii i*a*  n >Mwi������������.wwann>tM^^WMWMrM������ManbimMrT<iit  !).!)]. nl.".'; *>n .-i!i'.-:'ii:i!'- Sundays. 0f t}u> s;ii������! Cunip.-my. or anyone  ,u ; \ a. r.i. At Vi-.-v.-iu on alter tippino' rubbish of any desariptbm  ii.* v hund.i.-s al :������.is.* p.ir.. anvwhero   upon    the   eourpany's  Biyie Siu.ly   {S.   iv hr.ol; a 30  ,.. m.  Ladies Aid - l-ir-l   Tiu^day ol  ,*\*:-iv Kioulii, al 7.30 p- m.  Re*  1 it-iii-v   \v usou    1 .y.o.  ST (i;*OK^l'7S  i'KKSiiV-  tkuiax enukcii.  S.-rvii'--.--   i i  ;l*-  ������������������"������������������ :u:''   "'' 1'- '"���������  i:;:.���������. t:l*.i..-. i.M'.) p. in.  ivui my Soli M'i. ^7o]  p. '**.  j'rn.er Miviiiyy W'l.'.lni'.-'.'.-iy <"*'<*i)  i,,.'-..::-!).  "I'^tnl*.   ii* V. J I'.*-.   llnOll,  Watch- "Bopairing  \ ONT '   si'KNi")    COO!)  '. !)>' I*', Y    fci"    iiiiirii*.'e:t'iit.  <.\\ iini'i   iteiiiiiri {,'���������- ii'   y-"''        land will be pro.-ocutod to tin* full  e.\tent of tiio law.     '  j. 11.  LOOlyARl),  (.ilJlHM'Ill   Mllllll^C'l',  ,. Colliery ("o,Y.  NOTKJE.  liiding oa locomotives and   rail  ivav cars  of   the ..Union   nolliery  Oompany by any   person   or   p?r  30ns���������v-'.ncrept lain crew���������io strictly  proli;i-iiod.    Employees   .rre sub-  iec t.i ;.i.-niis.snl ior allowing   sam-  Hy order  J.  R.   LOCKARD,  Cieneral Manajie..  8  I P. Phillipps Harrison I  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  ft      NOTARY   PUBLIC  I  g DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  ���������   f������  hi vjak^ij.jtufc'rt'ij.wKAj^viuxwAnranca*'  y  CUMBERLAND,  Ktlz**inZI*tontL3daLX>4&l������l*&!ltm.r*��������� WHUWJJlUWllBMwaMij.  d;������xiw^������- r*-T,oiK-i������r^M������(J'.M������Mivr���������A^K������^r^^U'tmrfr������i"������f' *-vf -"i������iw\i.'������-i-������vwt.iHJi  1 -^ - * 1 ���������  PLSiyiLEY'S-  for  BICYCLES  !  v ; t.r'il i-1   U' t"'  I"1','. i������i-'   lil!*'-  ."...t-.i.jii.:,y. JJ-:M.l'iIITK!l      '  I-'il-C IT.     <!* vc U-i :t Ti'i.o.  jf., Lignter  "p-ryi-^l Watchmaker, lewelcr and  ().;rhn,' * SCAVARDO BUILDING.  Cumberland.  B. O.  it",r* smJimMKMI  iMnn������M.Mm''iiiWikMiWi<"'  ::: Mi's Y/Marinelirj3i[;  :*:FLoomIng House:]:  I'liiuislied    Uooijis ,      .j.  Rvav.uiabie    Katc< T  '10111     T  Tiiird   1 louse  I  11. C   'iVrl^plion  l-AoliaiU'i'  ;,;*.KWlr.NT AVUNn*;   %  yiuniii-i'laud,  11    C  j..;^.;..;./..;..^;..:.!..!..:..;..!..!..;.^  .    ^.1 1..'i twi-imi-ii'������'n 11 wiijpw ������rtiinrKi������.j,'.1'i' WW**''  i ';��������� ,r.l.������**ifijiti<i<l^f*itftiw*tt&t'tMt,^  *'-     ;;! H TARBS-LL     I  fa   We hnve one four cylinder "Hen"  . J ddi-son" Trtotor I'yclo'i.hat haBbr-  Inis oDlaineu circulation  in   Lnj*;-- ||j CQmfiS iifh,jy sh0y s:i!ed.   Unas  I'll���������*,'!'. i| novor boer. *,n eervi,c������\ nnd it ia in  ���������i-h e-s ft'm'e-s p 1 o n '."-i cl-r-u-i i n i u g-o wl* ���������  Here .'s"-   a   prescription    wiiicli  c  /'  ������1 A  ;���������  Cuml)^rlat  ii  e ��������� cBafaaM  DYE  WORKS  HIGH-CLASS  DYERS AND  CLEANERS  ���������of British Columbia, Ltd.���������  Tilli'B. S.' COWICHAN   WILL SAIL  AS'L'MUvK  ���������v oajox���������U nion Hay ��������� Nan a i mo ��������� V ancouvkij,��������� Koutk  ,  Leaves Cournx, Sui:da\, 3 p. 111 \ ;.  I;cavcs Union Bay, Sunday, 4 p. in ....  Vox  Douiuau Island, Nanaimo ami Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday, 8 pm  I'or Nanaimo, Union I>ay and Comox."���������  Subject to clian&e withouc notice.  ������������������**vm^^\mmywn-mm**wmt.n***m-n*tM-Mm)a^^ utiMoninniiMVU  u*in<ixnm-Tair**tm*M**maBn.m-aK*tT* u-vwuimnm  ^!..t..!^,.*..!..:..;J.-���������!<.!..!..';,^.!,....;..j..j���������j..t.^.^  "��������������� wpm rat m h am    sm\tqw  1*1 JLM   & J    m1 "  :c ���������>  V  1  *+  Manufactured from the  Be.st  0 Canadian    Malt   and - 1 lops  ..  u urjmtwiaatmMttmt*t'm^������*^mffJt-*isjKrjm**m������mora*%'M  tr* .  ilsener.Brewing Co.,U!  Cumberland,   B. C,  *Ktwm.vjrti^iu wm vt,<w ������  i  v  t -Also. Agents for the Famous   U.13.C. t'  *        * - *     ��������� p.  and "New Life''   Deer.  ?  ���������J'.  ^���������^"^'-I������������������l'���������-^������������������^'^^���������.���������-^^J���������-^'^-^'I'���������^*^'^'^���������^'i���������'������������������^��������� ���������^-:"^.^.^���������^���������^-:-������^.^-^���������^.J������^.���������J.<������^.'������������������������J-.������T..���������t-.r.  ri WimMM *ll IM^VBMVM MftMUm M W<l>HiWt|i III II M* ti M>. t VJ r'jWl^AM,  ���������JMnuMmiwk ji ^ii������  * f u <ne^*- am >jm* tw> ji  ���������X- -a- -1���������I���������I- -I- -2���������I- -I*-!���������->*- -2���������2--X- -1--* - -I���������X������������������*- -i-_-2���������I- -*-" *** -S--S- -*-���������2���������S���������5- -T- -* - -"5���������'I-���������1-^B- ���������^������������������- -"5- *-���������������- * S- ****;5- --S���������*4l  ���������I*  " ���������!���������  Y  Cleaning  TT*Tnr?7TmTr^\*no1^i^rT>fT^  . ,   .... .. r '.      -,, ,, 9 ns the -.n.y it lc-fr, thi factoiy. pri- R  vi-nli Iinttol Iron  nr . L^i.ee -.1 j coclfttS410    Wo offarit*now for \  L'.'ftd, and iidiniiiir.;ei' in   jiiljn (ur  slialls'}.     11 ji ve' ready a litllu Iii if  isli Army (;i    littk;   (n)of-   a   lunu1  wav), piiiiio I.)i iism'Ib iSprouts   ami  I'Yi'ncli   M (istut'cl.  ���������wimni arvtrjAJ* *~*ia*it-ta*xtrwvK*mMin*ammtm**a*****m)KfK****t*mr'*i  ^^   At  Your  M^  Service  >��������� t-r  Ladies &  '   Gentlemen.  Anything, you need  in the Printing line  printed with  NEATNESS  ACCURACY '  and  DISPATCH7  at the  CUMBERLAND NEWS  Old papers inr sale  at The Ct;Miii-;uiv\\L)  A kavs Oflicc.  UlncinfoiiU'iu. .Iiiiu1 2'S. --lfol'  lovvii "; his convic i<Jti oil a eliaij. e  ol lt*.*a.sou, (.iouoral newel, lead'1  er nl tin.- i-e.-cc.-iit iiisuri'cctinu in  South Afiica, was sen tc need to*  to vi.\ years iiiipiiso.utuciit and  lined ?jio.uod.  ���������    i 11 .v iii.il inn .".UliiHiirt  lil ill Iii.-*. | M     -    , i -  im.' ipprfj.ieMuu'. \Vli;tt i-. nicM ; Sir Richard .McHiide says, "I  ihr.i a launch tide on Coiiin.\' h ive |;.;*i jj close c-uouyli to the  |,i!:- in th'- fun \\i*aihi*i, ii* r.i-oiil lo In-alili* lo hia'c positive-  \ uni spaie Lmih', I;oi p.ii'tii'U'-  ,"*r. a-, to this hoit. I'lupiire at  Ti.i������; Cr.MitKui.AN'ii Ni;us.  s I  ' ���������!$ GRADE STOVfcSJ  '   Sportsmens  "(. and  /: Oener-al Hardware  >: ��������� *  \   ,   .-\,-.'\r:/t/S������j*v>S\j*i'<*J*.,-������>',*.'<\ilO$  ; .  i;    *-;\ i j.;���������,.\     f^i-'ilciK;  '    ��������� ��������� i !i. '.;   iiniM*  dov/i-i   i*i:',;ir.i'.  ; ���������     i  -,' I "i  ,-.:i     i-ov.di'iinn.       do  ��������� ��������� ���������;���������. i;,i'i      leu     pi tipli-,       .1 !.S*  .i , i        -  1 ��������� I , , ...     ,W.     v ,1 .      Ill - t .     .   .1     i,  '-      *  $1250     Writo Cor caUloguo'show-.!  ing tho N*ow "Indian'' Models ���������  | prices freni $Q75 to $365  105. PLIMLEY ���������  787-735 Johoron St   " [  13,0. |  i  VICTORIA,  emg  and. Pressing  ifpxt Door to Bank ot Comin. ico  Dimsmuir Avo. Cumber and.  I A New Whisky in Town  HMnUIKWXM.'k ���������������������������������������������.������������i.-...*.������i.r..ii.^LH        .^ ���������HJf..J^.������..r,^. -y.-������  >  Bkttu������juri^w������  ���������  J>" I  ���������r  ���������!���������  ���������I-  ������  I'  ���������S-  .'.  i  ���������������������������  .t.  *  ������������������������  Bicycle   Bargains  Scores of .shop soiled niul  second-hancl Bicycles ancl Mo-  torcyclo.s Hi'e offered at snriji  pricti-i during om* Great Cle.iir-  nntf-j Sale. Write for panicnl  ;m\s. I'liir.lf.'y'H Cycle. Woi'i;.-,  Victoria, 15, C,  -*.*^.m*. >*a.������,  ><|...   ,.. ���������-  ly that I In; Gtri'inans arc dcinor-  alizird and uUcoura^cd."  Tim Iiiivh and ^iiU will >oon li-  All kind*- n\' IVi'iii!.j.:J!Yi!i'.l Iniiii M-lir^>l iv-minK I'or i  I June w:i   t.io  * ;, i; 1-:,,,,,,,,],, ,,|  |i|.,||[!|,,  est ivitid',   nnd   witld   ������.   I '������������������, i'-w-ss a ul ;tc< t]i"f \. ���������';���������'    1 !,- ;     .\ i.-i'i'iii:iu:i nlii.���������!��������� u iii  he ������.|n-i,  a'-ini.Ki.vM- M.A.-.    i   n|..     ;,.,,   .,,     ,i.M   \\'jivt..]v-   Hi,:,]',,!  HOLY   TMJNITY C11HI1C11  Servio?!*  for Tl.inl   Sniulny iifier  Trinitv,  Holy Ccini'i.nniim i"> IIU n in  Ininiiy nnd ILcly ICuclnuisi lin.  in.  Sunday School 2.DO p ni.  Kvimsiinu 7 p. in  .���������'i-rvii'c uf In crci'Kuion on Wulm-.  day S !.i() p. in,  '  AriJiui'Hii-'chlajji'V,   N'icar.  notici:  T 4'01cJ Sherman"  :j; * has: arrived j  *��������� ���������  * - i -'  X ''01d,5^h^nnrin." lias arrived in Cumheiland.      "Old.  X Sherman''   is a new whiskev in Cumberland, but "it   is  '. . '        " T     '  V not a >iV.\V wlii.-key.       ;'01d SluM-inrin'' is io. yrnrs of v ;  *���������:* a;:e,   -ijossesses   a   \voud<?Vfiillv   line,   mellow flavor and    ��������� ���������!��������� ' ���������  ���������i- aioina and has ail   the  otlu-r charactei isiics   of   aline,  .?. oki ma;ured whiskev such as onlv dames Cordon, &Co.  ��������� ������������������  i  6  J  ���������������    o  mwiw>,itwi.iii,mw������mw'.������M ������v*  i'ijlf'^"""*"-'*''"*" '   ll������w���������'���������lMMJ������Ji������m������j������  ij All work JLiuaraniced foi  Jjrt'ii yea is. lliyliesi ^jadc  gjwork at lowest   priets  in  ll'iiL   1 i ������j\ , lii-b, 1 ....iiuri  ,i jit  IN Th'K "MATTKll OF TIIK "N'.viKa-  bio Wat i-i 3 Wottiutii-n Ac/," (Jlmpti-r  11."), 11. S. 0��������� I'M", und in Uo maitt-r  of (Ol npplicaLioii by tlm WooUs,  Diincll doilar Company, Liinitod, of  Union liny, Vjincoiiver Ihlinul, in  tlio l'roviiicn of lli-itisli C>]unil)ifi,  foi* npproviil liiiiUa* tlio ijiiiil Act 'ol*-  eorWin wm 1;k ut Kiumy ]Uy, Vancouver TmIhiiiI ,  NOTICK 1"* IIURKRY O'lVKX ilnit  ^'eek������, JJukuII (Jwlur ('oiiipiinj", Limilnl  of Union ilny, in tho P.o* iiicm of Uiit^li  Columbia, ink'iul to iipply aftor tlm pa'-ji-  nition of onu nionlb from tlio dato i.'f tlm  (irwl ]iiiblic.'i\tioii uf tln'n iiotU'o to tlm  Govenioi'-GeinTiil in Cmiiioil fur uj>pinvul  ninliii* (ho "Xnviijiiblu Waters Pmtoirtinn  A ist," ami iiinoiHliii*,' iu;tn of Ihu pliiiis-ami  Hiloof n shingle n.i IJ, wharf ami lionmiiif.;  u'i'i-iuhIh fnr tlu* snin mill, tn bo oinisl.'uct  (,'il on i li (if ooitniw w.iti'i' lot in Fimny Uiy,  Viincouvcr li.I umI, nfnroi-aiil, lyinj,' in  front of n umli in tt.lld two portion of  l)intri()t l.ot'lU, kmiwii ni Lot "A," in  Kaiiny liny, in 'It* I'ublio llurbour of j  llnyiiuu Sminil, Kinvi'imilo Dlntricit, Viwi-  coiivi'i' Irtlnnil, in tl.o I'mvini-e of Uriliiili  Cnliiinlilii, iliiKciii'od iik, iiotiiiniTiiiiiit; at a  |n t-l plniiUil ul diu iiiti'iiii'iitioii of high  vviilcr in.'iijk of hiniiy liny with llie Ninth  HuiMiiliiry nf sniil Lot "A," DiMfriot J^nt  ���������III, tin nou I'IiihI. 128(1 fi'ft, tneiioo South  '500 fiot, tliunon ilno Wi'iit 10(10 fi ot inmo  iii- Ions to Iiiuii wator iniii'k, (lioiifio noi'tli-  wuhlwiirdly {oll������wii"(j wii-l liiyh WAtor  marli In tlm point of lii*niiii)iii'{ couUiniiiU  un uri'ii of S,u9 nnrcH moro ur low-. Tlio  mill woiKh wliun, .-rn DoiiiilMiiuoil, a ro ill-  tmnli'il to lm uhciI fnr a Kliiii(-lo mill,  w'nail' iimMooininj,'prniunlH for thi) wilil  mill.  AND I'lJI'.TlIKlf TAKK NOTICK Unit  a plan of tlio pi'ii'inni'd wim'Kh togittlici'  Willi ft dwioii'-Uou nt tlia liln hava h-fen  dcpiiHiti'il in tlio ollli'u uftliii .Miai-iUir nf  Publfi.' WnrhH, fit OIUhti, mid in iiUo in  the ollico of tho DiMriit Itoyutrar uf  Tfii-������, nt ibiH'ifv of Wlorln, in tlin Pen.  vini'ii of I'vitiili (Viltniibin.  DATBDnl Vmiootivcr, 11. (', tliin llltli  day of April, A. I)., lill').  IIUO'IA.S'AN .t,,Ill/LJ.,  Sollmliirrt lui' Api'lmant  .'-,      ,ol'Glasgow and London can prepare.  Ask.lhc mnn behind the Bar in, the Cumberland Hotel  for "OLD  t    MnKr^r Ry  Pn     Bistribiaters  j /namer o? co. nana,MOsb.c,  .^.r���������^,!���������^������^..r..j.,���������^���������s..J..J..^1.^,...|<.T..!���������^.^.t.^  ���������J-  :i:  $  't  ^\vii:ii::iii:i:iiii:i;ii!N!itirriii!Hiiiiiii!i;iiiii:i!ii!::iiiHiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiin^^  ������j  Capita! Puid Up $ 11,060,000  Jv o i C J M.   C   ���������  &  fi*  The Royal Bank of Canada, |  1 D1IAFTS3   ISrilJBD   IN   ANY    UUIlllliNUY;   PA.YAHIJi:   Al.l, |  I OVKII   Till-:    WOIJI.I).  I Sl'KCIAL AT'i'ICNTION' paid toHAYlNfiS ACCOUNTS it intcia-i  ������ nt hii'liom  Current Ua'.i.*������ ulloveti a:) \)c\,oy\\f> of $1 and upwards,  ��������� a  I  CUMBERLAND, B, 0 , Branch, Opon Daily T. I������, C'Connoll, Mgr.  g UNION PAY, B,0. Branch, Opon Taily. F. Bcswcrth, Kfir. v,  |  fOUIlTJKl'iAY,   J). 0, Branch,  Opon Dnilv U. H  Hardwick,  Mgr    .j |.  %||l!lllllllllll!irJ!l!IUIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!llllll!ttlli!llllllllll!llllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIW  f  \  ~t  f.nr..������i���������������������.y.iirtmin���������nxM^iu^miHi  U**>-WM������"W tm i ��������� MMtoWIH  MM*ttugu\imr**t \mtma  1 pof pU^E ICE GHERJVI |      j  Gysf.vi) 7) ^^������������������^������������������������j&������������������������������ S-^-fi������������t3^������S������������S)������������^^  & - - ���������          '*)  (.<>)  w  I ICE CREAM SUNDAES  and SODAS  83?*" Conic to Kind's Icu Cronm Parlor,  Whoro yon will yot tlio WWT ������(.U)1W TN TOWljf with   (jOI'll, CIOIMI SlI'ViuB ������   Ice Cream Supplitui in Qunnlites al Cheap Prices to Bails,  Parties, Pic i\ics, etc., fit a few hour's notice  i t  KING'S ICE CREAM PABLOE  \tttmmmt mt  ���������[?)     UuiiMiiuir AVfiiiuo CUM13EKL/uND, B C.  r i  <f,ttX<t&<������tyfi,(������������(������������<*^ <S<i>^^''^Jt>ii^-^^A.i)sv'i'^s^  (")  w  w  <������>  w  <p  to  to  (!)  to  (!)  I  mumumui ������������mii������<nwiiii������n,"iii������������**'*,"������i������,������M  V.I  ft  fi* ^ ^^,#^N  J,   N.   McLEOD      "F-KCr-RlSZor,  ,lnin- liJ, was (Ie ^Utli annivcr'  .'..i,--*-*���������^���������.���������h.-;������������J ! nirv of lio" diistri ction   of   Van"  ,, j cKiuvcr by  lira,    What a   Hiunfto  lm,-. la'Ui wi'.'itirrht in flint   aity in  i* ��������� > i���������na. ��������� -iiiippiih. *uita  M *W*������*������Ma������W������T������  Si:lwi-;i)c   fo:- The t������������^������������5^  ('i:.\;i!i.iiF.ANi)      N i:\ys  Sul)scri|)tion priet: $i  HdhIIhIi -I x 1UJUT0.V niwiiyh un U|i ulru, tin* famous MJI.WAUKKK  JllvKIH-Anlii'iiai.T, IU>-imi*.->, Soliitz, *o. "0IJ) I'.HKV J'KAHlJ"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Boot Winou and Liquoiu of all ItindB  Tin* Unanlinj{uiiilil.oil������in|{ l.������i partnicr-t. uihUt tln> itntm-tlinin e������-,������*riiiU*n.li������iioii  will I������j toil .ii Kiin* i l.'m in ovory M'|U'ut.  llATlia,   i    .  i,,I vjo n*j Any uuA, l*\:  Cainplicll I liver   i������  to Imvo   a'  |.)iii!iinini| Dnv ccli brat ion.  fi  \  V  V  j  i  I  ���������n  V1


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