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Array - y ��������� * / ���������  y..���������>:  yy.,r  19  MBE  1  I)'  ���������'���������i  ,i-  i  Ml  f  '������  1  I  1  I  I ���������  11  it  ft -  \ f'.. ���������  i to   ���������  f*.  %  l'<  IK  -  !  n  'f  1)1*  .'I'  Hi  ,1  &������������������  ,l  I',!  r ;  !i(  !  ���������''(���������  ijf  *���������'  to  ft'K.  i  ��������� ������������������{'  ��������� i  .If*  I  Ui  |t:  .   ' ".i  ft)  ii  *  ���������  ,'M  The News, Twenty-First Vkak  Devoted Especially to the Imere*ts of Cumberland und Surrounding Okntrlct.  ���������** * .   <i i  ���������I ���������   ... ������������������  'CUMBERLAND, B. C   WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, .''q.15  SUl*SC������Ii'T"t()N 31.00-a Ykak  ������mi*������ta**w*w*mjmmmmm\  Special Sale  of Ladies'  Dresses  Ladies' Silk Dresses in-navy tan  and electric,;regular  price $9.7 5  Sale price $4,95  .'  About 30 Ladies' Dresses* in a  choice variety of cloths and sha-  des, regular values up to $7.50.  Our,,special clearing price. 2.95  Don't Miss These,  71 Children's Colored Dresses  in a choice assortment. of styles,  very suitable for the little tots,'  Reg. val. up to $2 00  Special price 75c each  A-few special lines in  Ladies'   Waists , from  & Company, Limited  '���������Victory Follows Our Flag'',  A BATHGATE TOMMY IN  ERANCE  Lance Corporal R. Simpson,  Rathgate, now with the 101I1  Royal Scols in France, writes: ���������  '���������Put Ibis bit of poetry in the  Courier; it may spur up recruiting:��������� ;  *"> O  Kitchener sat in his London  den,  Silent and grim aud, grey,  Making'his plans" with an iron  pen,  'lust iu Kitchener's way,     '  '  And he saw where the clouds  rose dark aud dun,  Aud all that if meant he knew  "We shall want every man -who  cau shoulder a gun,  To carry 'his thing right  ih rough"  Bravo Kitchener, sav what you,  -      v    ���������      ���������  want. ..���������*���������',  No one shall say you nay; .  Aiid the world shall know where  our bugles blow,  We've a niau^at'the head to- :;  day.  JelTicoe rilW^'Ft"lW"grey~NortirT;'  nusmoM   HUKaMtsiiruHausnin-jraxauaKraiunannKuiKura  \D^  SUMMER WEAR  U WEAR .0  Ladies'  and   Misses'  Cambric .and   Crepe   U Wear  EMBROIDERIES' , ,  Special values in 3; .] and 5 inch Embroidery Edging al J5C per  yaid. Corset Cover Kinbroieery at ?oc and 250 per yard. Alluv-  er ,Kinbroidery Flouncing* at 35c per yard. 45 inch Skirling Mm  broidery at 50c per yard.  '      *  MIDDIES --���������  Misses'. White Balbriggau Navy Trimmed Middies at 60c each.  WASH  GOODS '    ������      ���������     ���������  -White and* Printed Piques, Fancy Muslins, Cotton Crepes and Zeph.  ypGinghams at 15c to 35c per yard!. ������������������  SPORT. MIDDIES���������-Another shipment expected   to arrive  this ' week  of  Sport Middies made in,the new Rugbv, stripes  of navy,   flesh,  s*ky '  and'black stripes; also whilePique and Repp skills.  SANDALS-Misses' and Children's Little Brownie & White Duck Saddles 75c each  :m  ^aSSSAKiinxKa-stsntiUKifi  )$  -r  $3  wnwrnwMM  Mm-wmmmmittiBmiaLBa  XOTICE���������Will trade   my   IU  "ac >��������� r-uioli; with   few  instalment?  to assumo, I'or a deeded f-haok and  lot near town.  .1.0UN  FIRTH,  ParUsvillu, li. 0.  Mr. Dtineaii Koss, who eon-  tested Cumo.vAtliu in tho Liberal interests nt tlio last Douiiii-  ion olocioti. died suddenly at his  home in Victoria on Wed net-day  evening lust. lie was found dead  on tlio floor of tho bathroom.   ������ ���������-  A huso ball team Irom Nanaimo, plnyod tlio Cumberland City  l emu on tho old recreation  grounds   on    Sunday   nftoniooii,  111  id won by 11 seore of II���������12.  (lane-liter  Miss May "Willgoose,  of Chief Constable   Williiooso, v  Miu'i'itt, V>, C.,   is   in   the   ciiy,.  nml is tlio guest of Mr. and   Mrs  Alex  MllL".  Mr,' I*. Acton, of Hornby Ts--  land, was in town on Monday,  and took the morning train for  Victoria,  seas  s  it lias beon suggested that we  denounce Sunday games. !t  would liavo about as iniicli oll'ect  iu stopping tlioin at������ it would for  the Allies to light tho (twin una  with Hunk cart ridges, Wo aro  not pnll'od up over 'tho power of  the press" iu Ciiiuborlmul,  FOUSALK���������Alui'Ko J. -V ,).  Tn y lor mi ft*, nearly now, Cost  #'}(>(), Will sell i'or less thnn  hull'cost.    -Apply this ollico.  Miss Christ inn Mitchell, duuglr  lor of Mr, and Mr*. Hugh Mitch,  oil, arrived h uno on Sniurdny  from illietfittiniis. Miss Mitchell  lias-* been 11 uiiisti iu the Choinai-  tiu.1 Hospital for sunn* time, -mil  is lie re uu vacation.  ,���������.. if ��������� ���������  It does not look ns if Cumbnr-  Isml is very hard   up,  whon   ������50  can bo   subscribed   to   hrinji   nu  uusido base ball toam horo to ])lny  a jjiiint*.    And   it   is    snitl   thnt.  llu.'i'o nro*  eitizins  of   this   town  who aro in uood of  tho more no-  censnriess of lifo.     It  iippem-'-" in-  consistaiit to appeal to tlio govern-  mont for nsi-israncu,   wIwmi money  is to be 1*0 easily hnd to .squander  in   this   way.    Tho subscription-  list is puked tun  of ton   11 iider the  noses of the people of   this   tnwii  in good times and   bad,    This ia  n''dead oiisy" plneo for tho  sub.  script ion list vendor.    There aro  things that nro   worthy   of   sup  port, but the abovo   inoiitionoil is  not. ono of tliein,   under   existing  iiu,\nciiil    conditions. .  Tiiohiwu ball oiitliUMiists iniiy  take exception to thfl above, but  wo know thut wo voice the sonti--  inents of not a few in   this burgh,  .   Watching the enemy's lines,  Where their loid   high  admiral  - skulk at ease,  Inside of their hellish mines,  They have drunk too deep to  the boasted-fight..  They have vowed too mad a vowji  What do Ihey think on their  watch tonight ? ,   ,\  What toast are thev driiikilta  now r        "-,    ���������*��������� ,     .��������� ���������":i.:*;.'- '  ��������� yk*i������y -x'v' ^  Brave .lellicoeV^tMhelin again,  Ancl wheueve'r.;^J(iW--j'ake the  call, *       ..$$  Show them the way, give them  theirdav,   ....  And settle it biice for all.  Aud French is'/ivciug the enemy's front"/*!  Stubbornly,day liy day,,"  Taki'ug/tJJv������'.,o'dds and-beariug  /Just in tlie Irinlimaii's wav.  ������������������'ItMh-Ti  Ni.'Ttt* f  qMJwjP hears the message that  f!^f5fcvcs him glad  ;"Ri'm/'lhi'ou*'h ihe smoke and  THE' LATE DUNCAN'  ROSS  NO MORE Kitting epitaph  could be iudited'^o the , inemory  of the: late Duncan Ross than  this. "He was a typical Canadi  an." Starting .at,, the lowest  rune of the   ladder,  he  worked  0  his way to a high and creditable  ,QO^i-tion-in-ihe_busiiiess_and_,1nolit.  ical world   through-the  avenues  .which have.well served so many  of his  fellow   countrymen���������the  little red-school house,   and   the      Dominion JJ.-iy was a quiet om;  editor's chair.    A man of sturdy |in*towii, most of our  citizens tnk-  il'Oii ll'lli'l  t<>  I Sav,   where  #&  service came as a great shock to  the community, ��������� In his own do-  inestic circle the loss is as keen  as it is irreparable, and the The  Week cannot do more than add  its slight tribute to the many  which have already been voiced'  to* the memory of a man-who  played his part bravely and fear..  tlesslyT"as"tlro"iTKTiirds���������csl~v^urrrrdTrK'  sons a re. doing today.��������� Victoria  Week.  CHAIXENG-E  T-M- undersigned on buhulL of  Ihe W'.'O. F. C," hereby ehnllengt-J  ihe Bijvan Foolball Club, to a  home and home (jxint- ot I'ontbtilL  uoais to couur, for *"������;"��������� ' >.\ hum,  Tho slime twoiity-������wo v������; j)h������y,  that played ,it lievan cur July 1st.  '"    '    rRi  tu-.h       .���������Ao \'l  "BiScW*y  pl|ysiquc, of great eudurniide, of  a'I?tVeugth and forco of charac-  which hnruionized with his  V" endowinents, ho made  lfii-5-iniliieucc felt iu every sphere  to whicli fortune called him. He  wns always a hard hitter, direct,  outspoken, and fearless. At  times his impulse rushed him to  incorrect conclusions, based   up-  um" iulvaiitu'j'o ol the  Mi-van find Union  sports* worn boing hold.' A gnwd--  ly niiinbei* also took ad van I.ago nf  tho excursion to Powell River.  'I'hcrc were nearly n dozen ears  of nil kinds loaded to their utmost car.ticily, kindly placed al  tho disposal of tho public by iho  Canadian     Collieries,     A    tired,  l  but well snticfitid crowd   with the  M.   llkns,   Vio-Prcsidt'ii  VV. C, 1<\* 0.  Mr. Fred Green, uf New West  mis-tor, and I'onnerly of llie  Store ,-tn!l' Iioi'e, has recently tak  ei'i 11 ti lo hitiisel'l' a wifw.  Dig  Mrs. 11. Hanson   and   Mrs. G,  Roc, of Victoria, aro in town.  Mr, Frank Dalby of tlin Cun*  ndian Collieries Uuilway freight  (1. pii'tiiient, wn- so overcome by  llie Iiciii on vSaii.nbiy lui-t. thtit he  collnpMil, uni] I.ad lo be e. >uveyed j lii-s tilitoinobilo  tiih^honm.    "Frank" is   ivcov.'    Dr. J. A. Gillespie,  of   Van  f'ntivoi*. nccomniitiii'il bv Mr**. Gil-  1 .  le.-ji-iii' :iinl their  r-on   and   d'.iugb-  ter, nrriveij iu town  on  Wedncs-  * j ,<  day night of last week, und re.  tiirni'd hnnio on Sunday. While  liiTo they worn llm guests of  Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Uanks. Tlio  doctor looks exeoodingiy well,  inn  Tho coul mines linv . started  lho niontli of .July well. We  hopo it will prove a banner  month,  I it looked like   old    limes   t"  ci* him rnshinii* around   town  in  nr/'uirough  y'-r" .flame;.  ''Fight oiidioys1; stick to them  '   laci'y !'���������"������ '  Jack's at the same old came,  * *. ���������'  vSo Kitchener plans iu his London town,  French is standing at bay,  Jellicoe's ships vide up and  down,  Holding the sea's highway,  And you that loaf where the  skies are blue  Aud play by a petticoat hem.  These nre tlio men Ihat are  fuihliiu-- for you.  Wlv.it are yon dWnjj for thorn ?  Ilruvo, then, for the men who  fight !  To hang with the men who  play !  It's a light to the end for honour  aud friend?1,  It's a fight for our lives today.  day's   enjoyment-**,     returned   to  ou facts which he had not taken i,oW)1 ������������������ the-cool  vt thu  evouiuj.  sufficient trouble lo verify.  This  ���������������-  laid him open to effective retort,  but like tho generous souled  man he was, when convicted of  error, his greatest anxiety was lo  correct the mistake, and place  himself right wiih the public,  He was a stalwart, champion of  illy policy oi the Liberal Party.  Ou the hustings he had few sup.  eriors in the Province, was an ex  eel lent campaignei\and a success  lu! vote getter. In these capacit  ies he will be greatly missed by  his Parly, Like most men of  great physical endowiumeiits,  his ual live was gentle and affectionate, ln domestic circles he  was much beloved, and his syui,.  pall lies could only find au ado-  cptale outlet iu  geiion'Mlies  aud  The two Courtenay; papers are  si ill banging away nl eni h othit*.  II' they like the   inn,-   who   shall  sav I hem ii'tv ?      '   .    '  ��������� o ���������������������������  Charlie MeTaggart  hns    joined  the overseas forces.    Charlie   will .  give a   good   account   of   liiuo-vlf  when tin." '."ppoiriihitv oliVi'i-*.  II.dv  I'i"')!*,  I'-h    '������������������iMia\  lli'l'-'i  M'lioii! hi.I-1 :t- auiiu.il    p.���������':,!<���������   u  Gui'tlcv P't-aeh on  Wednesday.  -&>-  1.  ,.:i!,  tr iasia ������t.-ii  l  ���������l,T    1,  1  I  Mrs. Win. McLellan and her  daughtor, F.thel, left la.-t Wud-  nesday on 11' \h\[ to Mr. nml Mr.-.  Migg's, of Smilh Wellington, Miv.  MeLelhin's tlniighter aud sou-iii-  law.  Dr. M.'U'Nnughtou, .lohn Thom.  ���������uni and A. Henderson, went in  I'lil'lv-ullt' on Minulav afternoon,  to be present nl lho foi million ol  a new .Mii'-oiii''. Lodge, and llie  iiu'tiillulinu of \h\ Aliic.N'iiighiiin  asD. IJ, G. M., for 11. G. Tin  pui'ly rcl.'i*iit* 1 ,; ���������'.nw n mi Tin*---  ��������� I-'V in 'i ning.  Th"-*.  .!,,.!;  -<^.  ������.������i-111������r I'aoid'y, t'iid   will soon he Ut  i"**     1      *'  liis post aga.n.  The i'nvernnicnt thisilo man if  in town���������get mif'v.  W-' mi-- the ii'ini  whislli.     It'- lik"  au iiel aiid 11 '���������' ��������� i'- 1 ������������������*���������.  h,..v. ,,,..v.���������  ...... .,,..   I ||,|. o|.|,  oii   Willi   J'h-   ile\*.   !  lnefiii   ol   tile   \\iii    in.s jieisun.ii 1 ,,   knew ililie,   bin   which   fai   ex-,  cecded    what   auv   nu������   would  have imagined      Si net.'the (nu  I'i  ���������i"'l!|i*       V M  Mai -iiiiii,   vn'c-preii  idem of lliw    l'niie-1    Sltilc*,'   has  been   tlucaloiied    with    denlli    in-  more ili.in   a   di'",o*i   iinoiiyinouH  letters which I:.- Iii*s icceived during tho lai.t. six week--.  Lord Im.-Iiit has been nppoilit-  ed chi.il'liiilli of llie "i'iiU'IiUuiik  b:)il nl,  ��������� -���������-���������- ���������  The pl'ov ineiul 1'ond I'oiler i,-> 'it  work' on   the   lower   jinriii>ii   of  Dllll.-tllllil- ilVelilte.   .3.   It is estimated ihnl utile .��������� ie.  lh'f spi edilv .'uiiii'."' from ihe out.  Mil", u.i.ie than i:\0iil),(Hilt ja.p..  coiis 111 Mo.ie.i \viil Ie iii danger  nl' .*.!.., vuiii'U . In iieruiiil iiiuii it  ri fMiin*.- 1 .M (M'liii ton- nf corn lo  I'ced I lice pi op e.  i''i*l'"  ,u>'' !.i'i>i^   called fui Im  ei d        O  eriilliel't     iff  e  111'MOIIM*'  benefactions have been gratefully acknowledged by hundreds  of  men.    IIi.i   sudden   passing  Note���������The above was handed,at an  age wlivu   be   \u>\  ii.-u-u-  in   tu  il;;:; olliee  by   Mr.  -lohn ic.iclu-.ih*..-.- ;*: !   v,!:**u   it1  I-JrowiJ. of hi' city.   It was wiil '��������� MCnu.(* ils it   he mi-iu  eantciu,  ten by a ftieiul of his  while  in  the trenches.  A good heavy shower of -lain  .vttiild Milt us up tki-. way, if nut  lhn eati'.pets and  that \\a\,  fafiiii  I'S    ilowii  I'l.ltc    tll.U'.V    \i.  of    pithl'c*  The'Noc F.i'giu-.l Hotel 1.  dire .iti'iiii") i*. ��������� i-' ''t'- ^.< ���������������������������. '<'���������  itu* to not rei'CA ing ihe liei n*-e.  Li  ! \ .  ���������e    pltielieing  cup,    Ti ��������������������������� fat  Our'���������fiii"   I -f  hard to t'l'i"-'���������   '.i'"!1  11,i-l!  cli   t ,-���������    |i  01. ! 11-    I": JP if    riMI-  -rli'i.i!.|e jidi'i-iu   tiit-it*   ������Iforls t'"*  1-      " ib.-   i.mm ,������������������".     M*.i\������u    I'avil-  lnr..i in.'l    Abl������ -man    Muni'*   aro-  b<-i ping n shall. 1 ^l��������� tui   the   I" va*. THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C,  Strongly Fortified  Work of "Dinging In" Has Been Completed  Tlio itnny of excavators, who, early  Jn Hi!->tt*mlH*r, licfiati to "iii--. Parla In,"  wlmii a (.icr.'iian Ble|;c was IhiTiiiOiit'd  have completed tlieir work,  Tlu* gouorul confederation of vurlc-  ���������ors iilonii bciiI G.OUt) voluiiliiers who  provided their own cliKKltiK tools, -uni  wero rfcconipcHsi'd only hy u daily i*a-  tlon of rood. Tliousiinda nl' Ik-l^'lan  ruftiKeoH. hurried from their lain), liavo  also K-sHlHU'd la Llio work.  The city'now lion In the oonlfo of  an '.(.trench uil can in whoso diameter  i.s about sixty mlicm and u-'io.-ie oil'-  , r.innl'i.*.]-. itco Is nearly 200 miles. ���������Thi.;  is Biirron tided by trench om tho.'ouyh  ly tuvi-rod in with logs arid turl,  ���������J.'iroiif'li wiii'li ioo;> holes havo been  left for rldii lho. Out beyond llicm  are rlllo pits and bai-bo.d wlr'u en-  tunyleineiits placed In nil positions  whore an  attack  might originate,  Still other precautions have been  taken in li*'*.u of the advanced lino  of trenches by the cligsiiiK of deep  ditches whose existence has beon  hidden by a light covering of branches of earth making them invisible to  approaching cavalry, hi fan try or artillery and forming veritable holes  into which an attacking force might  fall a prey to tho defenders' machine  guns and rilles  The approachos to the trenches  from the rear consist of subterranean  galleries which permit the relief to  be mado without any exposure of the  men.  . AU along this front posts of observation havo been established, each of  which is constantly occupied at least  by three mon provided with powerful  field glasses and In direct telephonic  communication with- headquarters  and with tho artillery batteries, tho  location of which aro known only to  the headquarters' staff and to tne  men who serve the guns, all of which  are buried in Uie earth, only their  muzzles protruding. For (lie benefit  of the gunners the ranges of all prom-  ' Inent objects In the front have been  measured.  ... Bohlnd the lines of trenches runs  a light railroad line for the purpose  -yot��������� brlnging-up���������ammunilion-ancl���������food-  and also, if necessary, reinforcements  of men to any point which might be  menaced. Further' provisions for the  conveyance of reinforcements is at  hand fn tho large number of automobiles of.all ltlnd������ which can make  tho journey speedily from any point  to another, carrying groups of armed  men. ' '   .   "   .  The existing forts also have been  strengthened but now only   servo   as  supporting points and tlopots for  large bodies of troops 'resting from  their trench duty.  Danger in Fly Poison  A  Movement on    Foot    to    prohibit  Their Manufacture  Hecauso of the largo and increasing  number of cases whero children have  been poisoned by various tiy poisons,  .1 determined effort is being made  by a number of medical associations  and othor sources interested in .the  health oi children to prohibit the  manufacture  and  salo  of ���������suoli    -pro-  | ducts. ' ,   .  I In loss than three months during  tho summer of l'JUl forty-seven cases  of children being poisoned^wero reported In tho newspapers of eighteen  i states. Of these, qulto a number  proved fatal and many others were  o.vpc'n.od to die.  The iiangi-r to children In tho use of  'ly poisons lies In the.fact that practically all of them conlaln arsenic in a  biil'l'icleiil ((tin nt ily to causo (loath or  very serious illness, even when but a,  little, of Ihe proparaUoii Is swallowed  by the child.  Children are particularly attracted  lo ily poisons bceaune of lho' fuel that  It Is cunKunary to mix nilgai* with the  poison in order to attract the (lies.  There wore un'doubledly a Rival  ninny cases of children being poisoned  in this way which did not como to  public attention, especially boc'inso it  the l'ae.l that the symptoms of arson 1-  evil. j-i-i.-iOHing in children nvc almost  identical with the symptoms.of cholera Infantum. This deadly infantile  dlscascyprevails during the Ily season  and (ho doctors stale Unit it is practically impossible to determine whether death was caused by cholera infantum or Hy poison, unless the children arc actually seen drinking or ducking the poison.  Tho authorities in South * Africa  have already taken steps to regulate  and ultimately eliminate the sale of  fly poisons, and it is hoped by the opponents of these preparations to se-  ctu'o prohibitory legislation in the various states at an early date.  In the meantime, parents * having  small children are. particularly-cautioned against the use of liy poisons  of any kind, in locations where'it is  within reach of the children.  -  Crippled with  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gun 1.1 omen,���������Last, winter I received  .great benefit from tlio use of MIN-  AJiU'S Ll NIMH JIT in a severe attack  of Lafirippo and I have frequently  .proved it to be vory effective in cases  of Inflammation.  Yours,  W. A. HUTCHINSON,  <*\nd     Skeptical     After  Trying   Many.  Medicines���������Dr. Chase's Kidney-  .   Liver   Pills  Cured   Him  When the kidneys fail to purify the  blood the poisons left in the system  cause pain and suffering such as backache, lumbago and rheumatism. Head  how this skeptic was direct by Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  " Mr. F. W. Brown, Kingsbury, Que,,  writes: "I have been completely cured  of,backache and lame back by using  Dr.' Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. 1 also  recommended tho pills io_. a man who.  -w.a"s���������a��������� cr-ipple.-fr.om_xl].e-un!atis.m i-J_e,  was skeptical as he said that he had  tried nearly everything on <*arth. Fin-,  ally he consented to try them, and  to his surprise was greatly benefited  in the first week, and the pains left  his legs until he was so supple he  could walk without pain or difficulty,  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills havo  worked wonders in this place, and we  think there is ho medicine like them."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, G for  $1,00; all dealers or Kclmanson, Bates  & Co., Limited,"Toronto,  Signs of Primitive Race  Scientist Thinks South Africa Onco  Inhabited by People Unknown  In Historical Annals  A most interesting discovery has  lately been made showing tho existence of a primitive race of men in  South Africa, says tho London Globe.  Dr. Broom of Uermiston, whose archaeological and geological researches  have made '.is name familiar to  scientists in Kuropo and America,  told of a specially interesting discovery north of Bloemfontein,' in the  courso of operations.designed to opon  up* the eye of the spring. To do this  it was necessary to tunnel into a sand  li il 1 and In the courso of operations  the workmen camo upon a largo quantity .of mammalian bones associated  with human implements and a quantity of charred wood,  Tho slg.'Uiicnnco of the discovery  was not realized by tins lirst llnders,  but fortunately a Dtiteh woman in tlio  district suspected they had scientific  vnluo, and prevented the llmla from  being "dispersed.' * Dr. Broom went  down and examined them, Ho found  that the bones were chiefly those of  hippopotami, eland, the huge <*,\iin.ct  buffalo of South Africa, whose horns  used to attain u span of twelve feet,  the.gignnilc Cape horse, lung since extinct which far exceeded the Clydos-  dalo in size; an extinct variety of wild  beasts, tho wart hog and a number  of small buck, not yet identified.  Previous discoveries had caused  scientists r.o believe that man had  lived in South Africa contemporaneously with the extinct giant buffalo,  but the proofs available wero inconclusive., . Ur. Broom regards this discovery as proving tlieir coexistence  beyond doubt. The iind further proves  that extinct animals wero killed anil  their bonos broken, and indicates that  their llesh was cooked by some primitive race of human beings, The Implements found included stone knives  and large spear heads, but no evidences were, found of the presence of  what are regarded as typical bushman  stonos.  At present there is some doubt as to  tho race to which the human beings  who hunted these giant buffalo belonged. - In this connection it has  been noted that the bones of an extinct buffalo and horse identical with  those discovered in South Africa have  been found in Algeria. It is thought  possible, therefore, that the tribe  which .hunted them migrated south  along with these extinct aninials during the last ice ages, it is further  thought -. that those ancient people  were probably white and of European  stocks. Dr. Broom has sent a representative collection of the bones to  Cape Town,  Vapor Baths  Iii "Russia  Small but Potent.���������Parmelee's Vegetable- Pills are small, but they are effective in,action. Their fine qualities  as a corrector of stomach troubles are  known to thousands aud they are in  constant demand everywhere by those  -who���������know���������what���������a���������safe��������� and���������simple  remedy' they are.. They need no introduction to those acquainted -with  them, but to those who may not know  them they are presented as the best  preparation on the market for disorders of the stomach.        , -.,.     *  Elephants are Considerate  To Suit AM Tastes  A Boston merchant tolls of nn old  grocer who was about hk "Slick" an  ���������artlclo as ono would care to moot,. *  "Ono day," says tho Bostonia'n, "I  ntopped boforo his shop and looked  ���������c'-rioui'ly at a Ion/*; line of burrulH  of apploR, Homo marked with an 'A,'.  mmo with a -5J.-  "'What is tho moaning of ���������"���������tliose  markingsV I askod. 'Tho barrels  Bfiom  to contain  tho samo  kind of  ttpplOB,'  '"Thoy aro tho fiiuno kind, non,'  tin old h" illeiiian replied, 'hut Home  customers want a barrel opt'iuiil at  tho top and iiomo at tho bottom.'"  House of Colored Blinds    _ a  German Spy Who Turned Front Into  a Signalling Board  A. mombor of tho Royal Naval Flying Wing, .who has Just returned from  tho front, tolls a characteristic story  of tlio trick of a German spy on the  Helgian coast, "Thero was a house  somo way up tho coast," ho says,  "which our commander suspected, "O  ono night we sot out to reconnoitre.  We found all the six windows of the  house ablaze with powerful lights and  blinds of dllToront colors, Tho whole  front of the houso was nothing moro  than a signalling board. Going up to  it, wo knocked politely at the <loor  with tho butt of our i'lllos.  "As tho occupant"* woro too busy to  ���������c'eivo visitors wo burst tho door  open, find,, with cur captain loading  the way with cocked revolvo? we rushed upstairs Into tlio front room, There  wo caught tho whole lot by surprise.  Hitting in the centre of tho-renin was  a Gorman with a telephone to his ear  uud a bunch of speaking tubes to each  window of tho house, at oaoh of which  hiu a girl with a lump twitch lit her  hands!"  at Ion  1910.  1311..  191*3..  The  Canada'**  ImportB of Eoqs  Ciinnilii, an agricultural nounlry. non*  tlJim-B to Import eggs In large 'iwi������ll-  tins. During 1014, up to Novmnliiir  80, lMi'MJO'i dozens woro JiJ'oiigln into lho country und during thu pant  llvo yours ovor HH,000,000 diV/.en hnve  hiii'ti Imported, Kollowliig nro Import-  ligureH fur tho live yours:  Do/on. Dozen.  .. XV-1,-173 191,1.,..li'.'j-io.ni  .. 2,'178,'MO l!)l*i.,..ll,27-1,tOS  .. 7,r,77,820 Total,,..:ir,,:ili-l,7n8  Incre.i.'irt ill Imports ban been  fifitady, showing Unit prodiieiion In  this f.iiiuifry in coimlHturttly tniiinii nn-  hind domiitillc ih inanda, J-iiii'ely I here  tii a place lor ru-ir-i poult ry in ('niiiulii,  -���������Toronto <j'<>be,  Hlie���������llow do you like my slnglim?  TT;-      M',-,1!    T'.-f.  lirmnl   'I'nf T'lvlril   'I l"1  Marv Cartlen, but you're hotter still,  Constipation*  .a an enemy within tlui ramp. It will  imdrrmin-R 1 liir -^1 rnn^e-.t rniiMitiitinn  unci ruin the most vigorous health.  It leads to inili-rjcKtioii, liiliouano.in  Impure blood, had complexion, eiclc  licntJuchra, find h our; of the most  frrquent causes of n-ipomliciik 'fo  ���������ncnlcctitifi slow suicide, Dr. Morfe's  Indian Hoot Pills por.liively cure  Conitlpntlon. Tii''-/ .iro entirely  vegetable in composition and do not  faii'Krn, weaken or f:ripo. IVi.serve  your health by taking  Dr, Morse's   a  Indian Root Pills  With bo thorough a preparation at  hand na Miller's Worm I'owders thn  mother who nllowa hor children to  suffer from the ravages of worms is  unwise and culpably caroloss. A child  subjected to tho iiLlucks Of WOI'IUK  !s alwiiyri unhealthy and will ho i-tuul-  cd In Uh Rrwwth. It hi a merciful act  to rid It of those iloHtrucllvo piu'iisltiMi,  ���������" e.laily when It can bo dono without  difficulty.  MORE DAYLIGHT  Daylight   S.ivlno   Plan Makes Grent  Headway  The daylight saving Bohomo, tho  theory ot which ]mn niel with general  approval appi'irs to liavn Rllene.nd ob-  JeetloiiH urged on pracileiil groiiiidH, lo  such an extent, wherever it has actual-  ly been irliil, Unit the movement given  strong pruiiiltit* of Hpreailliig and of  eoinluif Inlo general opuralloii, before  many years".  ']".. :..'.i ! '.".*!���������.'��������� ii*!:i*. ' riily ',, -l.-cV.\rr>  lliti'lf lu fiiviir of the piuiVimont of  lotfl'-liitUm giving effort to Uie Hcheino,  in uo less ti body tliiiti the Chicago  Chamber of (.'oinmerre, The cxeculivii  of that    organization    f-iuiHli-tiiii'    of  I     .     ..!_,.   I>.,,,r    ,   r    ,1,,,        r..iT..,Wli.l     tiM>l|?lll..fl  men of ilhieago, mci-utly voted unanimously in favor of the scheme and lias  followed that step by tho inaiigiiarn-  tlon of a movement to protnolo tho  adoption of n daylight Raving measure  In all the ntati R of the Union.  Refuse to Injure Natives When They  Attack Them For Invading  Their Towns   .  In 1005, writes the veteran big  game hunter, E. Torday,- In the Wide  World Magazine, 1 found myself near  the Inzia .River, an important affluent  of tho Kwilu, ilowing through a fertile  region which is infested by herds of  elephants, a source of constant anxiety and frequent losses to tho agricultural inhabitants.  In a country like this,..where ho is  not hunted hy man in the ordinary  way and fho only moans for his destruction aro cruel hut easily avoided  pitfalls, the elephant is decidedly good  natural.  Wo wore lold by (ho mission boys at  1'iuia that in tho ralnles-s season, when  tholr usual hn tints aro dried up, tho  elephants frequently wander near tho  river aud attack tho plantations. Tho  niulvos try to drivo them away with  sticks. "But it is no good hitting  thom or throwing stones at thom," I  was told; "thoy gonornlly rofuso to  tnko any notice. Ho mot I in 03 a mother  with a calf will turn on us and cluise  us for a hundred yi.ards or ho, but no  real harm Is meant ami tho animal is  not really ntnrry, for all tho slKim of  fury���������Hpn.mil (sin's ami raised trunk  ������������������nro absent, All tho sumo wo do run  11 way, although wo know there Is no  (lunger. One day a hoy foil when thus  pursued, hut. tho elephant only throw  sand at him,"  As 1 havo myself, noon a man  pushed out of (he Way by ono of tlioiio  good nalured monsters when tho animal Imd morn than enough provocation lo kill him, 1 wns Inclined to ac-  ���������rt-pt thi-- account as true.  Bath Trains Provide For Comfort of  Russian  Soldiers  II. Hamilton Fyfe, the Daily Mail's  correspondent at Petrograd, sends the  following;  it stood on a railway siding, light  green and mysterious, steaming like a  kettle on the boil. Soldiers buzzed  around and in or out of it. They  looked at it wllh wonder, with rover-  ont affection-in tholr gaze.  Thoro was a difference ��������� between  thoso who camo out and those who  went in. They went In grimy, seamed with the squalor of campaigning.  They emerged shining with cleanliness. Their uniforms, too, had lost  the depressing look which como.s .0  clothes that -liavo been worn and  slept in day and nitfhl for many day-'  and nlgiiis on ond, Tlioy carried  themselves with conscious pride. .  liavo you ever boon unable to wash  or take your clothes off for a week?  If so you can ap-'/roointo the iiculo  luxury of baJiiug again and pulling  on clean linen, Kivn days Is the longest 1 havo endured, At the. end of  .huso flvo iluya i wallowed in hot  water for an hour. lmiigiiKi^what it  moans to these Russian aoldlora, who  have gone without a bath I'or months,  to hnve broug.ht to .-thom in tho Hold  a bathing es'iablishmen*. * IItied with  every convenience. That is what this  long train of twenty light green vans  is���������a bath train-  It surprises you perhaps that Russian peasant soldiers should want  natli's. You have never been In a  Russian village, then? Never seen  littlo. woouen houses steaming (just  as the (rain steams) on Saturday afternoons? Never boon taken in to.  see the villagers, men and women together, sf.'U'K naked, and thinking no  harm, enjoying their weekly vapor  bath? Upon great stones, heated till  thoy glow, water is thrown. The  steamafllls the little wooden house. It  opens all the pores of the skin. The  damp heat will mako your head or  my head feel like bursting. We are  not used to it as the peasants are.  This is the chief enjoyment oi" thoir  lives,  They beat one another with hand-  i'uls of twigs. They jump and roll  about in an ecstasy of pleasure.  Sometimes, it is said, they,run out and  throw themselves into the snow so  as io put a keener edge to their pleasure when they dash back into the  steam. -They soap themselves and  scrub themselves until they have  scoured every particle of dirt out of  their skins. And then too often they  spoil the effect by putting on the  same dirty clothes which they took  off.! *-      " ,  in towns there are vast public vapor baths, some elaborate and expensive, like the famous-ione in "Moscow;  others cheap and simple. All classes  pay them a weekly visit. There regn-  1iXTi"*r~coi"n'(3s~roirn"u���������air-evening-when  my old servant makes' her "goodnight" curtesy af half past eight instead of half past eleven (hours are  very late in Petrograd), and says that  if I can spare her she will go out and  take her bath. I am sure sha deplores  my lack of love for cleanliness because I do not "steam myself." And  hi spite of my cold tub evey morning  I expect she is -eally the cleaner of  us IViO.    -  THE ALLIES  "Spohn's" and tho Horsemen. For twenty-on������  years they have waged a successful campaign against  the army of Disease. Distemper, Influenza, Catarrhal  and Shipping Fever disastrously defeated by  "Spohn's". Absolutely, safe for all ages. Best pre*  vonttve. Sold by all drugglsta, turf goods houses or  the manufacturers,  .   Spohn  Medical   Co.,  Goshen,  Indiana,  U.S.A.  FARMERS  Can alway* make aura of getting tho highest prleea for WHEAT, OATft,  ���������ARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lota to FORT WILLIAM  AND PORT ARTHUR and having them aold on commission by  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,  THE WELL-KNOWN   FARMER8' AGENTS.  ������������������      ADDRESS   701-703   Y.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG.  Pig Skin Chasers Join Army  Professional Football Players Now  Rallying to the Colors  .Professional British football players  from all parts of the country "havo at  last made a* strong rally to the colors and will go on active service  .when tho soocor season -is ended, A  battalion of players has boon fovinud  nnd permission given by 'Lord Kitchener to all professional players joining who arc under contract for time  off for their engagements until the ond'  of the soason. '  All oxpensos 'for travelling from  their training centres to their Saturday games will be paid Jjy. their  clubs. That tlioy might bo induced  to join at once the!.- army pay starts  from the time they are attested and  this pay is in addition to the salaries  received from their clubs.  It was arrahg.d at first to form the  battalion from the London, professionals only, but at a meeting recently  held so many of tho country teams  wero represented that it was decided  r.o receive applications from professionals throughout England. Air. Joyu-  son-Hicks, M.P.," who presided,- announced amid intense enthusiasm  ihat-the battalion will be attached to  tho Middlesex regiment, who are well  known as "Tire Die-1'ards" and will be  at the front within a few mouths.  At the close of tho meeting nearly  ono hundred professionals stepped  forward to enlist and after being  sworn in cwere marched off amid enthusiastic scenes to pass their medical examination. This showing was  considered a splendid answer to the  attacks that lately have-'been made  on the professional, player.  Clapton Orient, the second division  '.'.lub, made the best response at the  meeting, no fewer than ten of their  regular" league team "volunteering,  but with every club in the country  giving valuable assistance in obtaining.recruits the battalion will be completed speedily aud ready to give an  account' of itself worthy of English  soccer. "  .  !  [  Christmas time you have a  little extra money. Why not  make the home a present of an  Eddy Washboard and an Eddy  Indurated Fibicware 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  t ��������� C" 1  easily.,  Buy your home a Xmas  present, Mrs. Housekeeper,  but be sure they are EDDY'S  The Sweetest Story  ever told is to tell  the story ot  ED. SMITH'S  J A I  "Wiry suffer.. fmhrnsoriT������~wiren~tiTey'  can be painlessly rooted out by using  Holloway's Corn Cure.  Treacherous Surrender  Minard'o Liniment Cures Garget In  Cowc.  Cosnnck'fi Prayer For Hlo Horns  Ht-foro RoliriB Into action It is cub-  toinary for tlio lliisslan Cosimcks to  rf'cltu a i*liort Litany of Prayer, In  which occurs tho following touching  paw-'iffo:  "And for thOHO also, O Ijord, tno  humble beasts who with us hear the  burden and heat of tlio day, and of-  for their iTulli.'lf'H.s Hvi-b for tlio woll  hi'lng of tlii'ir countries, wo hup.  jillcain Thy great tciiilurnoss of heart,  for Thou U;\'.i promised to nave holh  man and bcust, and great Is Thy  :���������.;..-'   !.'���������  '.*.' *",     *"���������   Mm"!iv,   U'lvirmv  of tlu> world.   Lord havo mercy.  W. N. U. 1037  Willie wa*.*, doitiK V*nan 0 In th**  i'iu'iht. Presently ho thought aloud  prm-lvi'lv.  "1 can't help It If I'm not perfect,"  ho slghod. "I never hoard of but  one perfect hoy. anyway."  "Who war* that?" asked hid mother,  thinking to point a moral.  "Piim*i." came lho sllunclng reply,  "when ho was lltUo."  Clever Boy  She had kIiowii him tho family photo  album, in; was her custom, when ho  iipokn up and I'nld:  bum Ih old fiishkiuoii, hut thoro nro  feature** I greatly arlmlro In this one."  "And what tiro they?" she usked.  " Yours."  Ilo cllnclioii her on tho spot.  England's Method of War  People Are  Now Satisfied  That Matters Are Being Conducted In  Proper Manner  Criticisms of the government's- war  preparations which was rampant, during pnrly stages of the war has largely ceased, indlcatin-j that the general  public haa either settled down to the  belief that everything is being dono  about as well as possible, or has tirod  of writing letters to tho press.  Tho war officio has now enlisted tho  services of businessmen, with experience in carrying out big enterprises,  to lal'o part In tlio work of supplying  lho army and lho labor unions have  volunteered to watch tho execution of  govorumont contracts, not only to see  that proper equipment nnd rations aro  supplied to lho soldiers but to prevent sweating,  Arnold White, a prominent writer  and formor colonial official, has beon  1 King a thorough inspection of tho  'Hiliilng camps for tho purpose of  detecting any sfiandnls and mlsmaii-  aKomonts. Having boon a hitter enemy of the Llboml govorumont /.is  point of view was not prejudlcod In  Its favor.   ITo writes:  "Having visited 30 camps In various parts of fho country, I nm thoroughly choot'od, In tho majority of  |. ciiHOH hiiHlnoRH men tiro handling tlm  difficult problems of war. Dwnllnrs in-  land havo no conception of tho fhor-  uiighiii'SH, efficiency and sllonco with  wliloh the war office and tho admiralty havo co-operated for the lniHlnoHH  of provonllng a Gorman raid or Invasion,  "Tlio alarm thnt Ib still folt In somo  purl-- of thoHO Islands Is wholly tin-  iusflllfd, ImciuiHo, llrstly tho 0 IT Infancy of tlio Hoot under .lolllcoo has  Incri'iiHpil Hlnco war began, and fee-  ondly, hecntiHe the practical moiiHiireu  iidopliid by our military engineers, It  gonornlly known would nnnhlo tho  timid to iilr-np quietly in Ihclr hods.  If I were out to pick holos In our ad-  ministration It would not bo In the  gouoral management of tho war,"  ��������� Two young attorneys woro wrnngl-  Ing for a long timo boforo .Iwlgo Knox  of Virginia over a point of law, His  honor rendevpd his dec'lHlon, and tho  sprig who Uud lost impiiiiuuily roiuarK-  cJ;  "Your honor, thoro Is a **row|ni*;  opinion that all tho fools aro uot dead  yot,"  "CorluInly," answored    tlio   court,  with unrulTlnd good humor,   "I quite  1 1 11    ti   .... 1 ,.,,  Into you upon your healthy appear-  nnco." li  Sharp Lesson For Germans From  Soldiers They Deceive  One of the worst forms of treachery practised by the Germans is described by a private of the A.S.G. "We  wore returning emp'y the other night  just as it was getting dusk," he writes,  "when tho sergeant, of the escort espied some Germans. We halted and  toolc cover under a belt of trees. We  soon found that those dirty dogs  wanted to surrender. Thoro was a  nice bunch of them, including 'an officer. Our fellows wore' dubious until  they threw their rlilos down and held  up their hands lis they approached  us.  "The cad of an officer handed his  revolver to our officer, and, spoaldng  good English, said, 'I part with It to  a noblo nnd generous 'foe.' Tho next  socond ho whipped out,another rovolv-  er from his left hand pockot.and fired,  wounding a poor old farmer, Somo  of tho othor treacherous dogs trlod on  tho same gnmo, and then thero was a  rlllo flro from behind a haystack. Only  two of them got away. Tho officer waa  riddled."  Just fresh picked fruit  and granulated sugar.  Could anything be  sweeter  Can be had from your  Grocer  Jews and Palestine  Reversing Things  OwIiir to tho fact that wo rnlsod  about -ion lino squashes fn our own  garden this year wo will dlscontlnuo  the practice of taking thom on subscription aiid reverse tho order���������giving ovory person who subscribes to  our paper a squash with a year's suh-  soi'lption. Seo how you like it. Como  on in whilo tho assortment is comploto  and got a long nock. Thny aro mighty  lino bnlcod, boiled or roasted. If you  go litiiwy It won't bc our fault,-���������Colony (Kan,) Free Press.  Could Now Purchase Much of th������  Holy Land  Ono-third of Palcstlno could bo  bought now for Its restoration as tho  home of the Jewish race if the funds  were available, according fo a state-  mont by Dr. Kaplansky, of I* 0 llaguo,  mado In St. Louis beforo tho annual  convention of tho Knights of Zlon.  Heretofore lho chief argument of tho  opponents of Zionism has boon that  Palestine wns uiipurchiiwablo.  In accordance) with a rule establish-  of. at the convention forbidding tho  mention., of tho bearing of the Uurop-  onn war upon tho Zionist movement,  Dr, KaplaiiBky was unable 16 state  whether tho war was responsible for  tho condition mentioned.  Dr, KuplaiiBlty Is general secretary  of tho .lowlsh niitlonnl fund bureau.  Tho fund now totals 5,000.000 francs,  ,ho s������id, tlireo-foiirUiH of which is tn-  vosted In Palestine farm lands, Tho  total Jewish population of Hint conn-  try, ho snid, is about .120,000 though  there Is room for moro tlmu 'l.ooo.ooo  peoplo.  Tho motor bus was sloppod, and tho  conductor looked oxpoctantly up tho  Htops. ..Hut no ono doscondod, and at  Inst ho stalked up Impatiently,  " 'Nro you," ho said to a man nn  top, "don't you wnnt Wootmlnstor Ab-  bey?"  "Yen," was tho roply.  "Well," rolortnd tho conductor,  "como down for lt. I can't hrlnff It up  on top o' tho bus for you."  kJ* %Jf H \j w*9 ii*"-"i>*u by expo-  line to Sun, UusUnd "������������������tint!  JET*, /.tfxrf-* quit k]y relieved by Murlnt  LVCS EyeDenidy.NoSmariinir,  *"/ ^ juit Eve Comfort.   A������  Your Dnipplit'i 50c per Bottle. Hurls* Eye  S������lveinTiihe-i25c. ForDlofcoKheEyefreeaak  Dructfiiti 01 Marine Eye Bemedy Co., Cbltcop  "Pa, what ,s n rr' ilnor?"  "What you pay a lawyer boforo ho  iloos any work for you, my son."  "Oh, I Hco! It's llko tho quarter  you put In tho gaa meter In-Ccru you  Rd any Rns."  "George," salil the toachsr, "I am  (tlnd to soo that you uro polite enough  to offer your sister tho lrango first."  "Voa'm," said Goorue; "wiao thon  she's got to bo police and tako the little onfc"  "My dear, your friend Is a perfect  ass!"  "NoiiHonflo, papa! Nono of ua nro  perfect."  Spoaldng of tho old will days ln  Scotland nn nui'il dnnio, wllh hor  grandchlldron about hot* knors, said  concerning a loader of hor clan who  had boon * hr-hoadod following .luino  troublo with tlio crown:  "It wis uuo liront thing o' ft hold,  tao ho siiro, hut it wis it sad loss tea  him."  Is  This Kind  .Tim���������What kind  of    a follow  HrlRBR?  Jack���������Oh, ho's tlio sort that loavoi  his car In' front of tho church anil  goon anroHs tho si rout lo shoot a Ram*  of pool!���������Yalo Record,  Splitting Pains in The Muscles  Driven Out Quickly By  Jb 1 Cl   * JiAAA-kW  Rheumatic Pains Go���������Suffering1 Ceases���������Cure Comes  in Kvcn Chronic Cases  For nchinR boner* and soro muscles  nothing will sooth -iway tho pain llko  Norvllino.  For norvo-wracklng twinges In tho  muscles, for torturing backacho or  lumbago, you'll llnd Norvllino ia full  of lYtiuzliiR power.  You hco, Norvllino hns tho powor���������  It's nbmit flvfl HrnfH KtronKor than ordinary Temcillcfl. nfl������l can penotrata  vory deeply. It contains juices nnd  oxtractn of certain herbs that Rive It  a stroma powor to drlvo out conRos-  tlon, lnllnmnutlon or pain.  You nro safo  In uulng  Nerviline.  Just rub It on���������It won't hllstcr or  burn, nnd can do nothiiiK Imt Rood.  Whnnovor thoro la nuln or siifforin-r  Norvllino will ro and will drive It out.  It penotrato to ovory coll of n soro  milSC'lC'-,   It KHliln *iU tin', iiw\k������.\U CiiU  stiff norn joint; lt searches out tho  pain of rheumatism quickly.  QIvo Ncrylllne a trial. Seo how  fast it wlll limber your Inmo back,  how quickly It will euro ncuralglo  hoadnche, how fam lt will break up a  had cold or mso n soro throat.  Tho host family puln-romody ev������r  mado l������ Norvllino. Forty years of  great nucceu-a proven thin.  For onu-rffont Ills, when the doctor  Isn't handy, thoro la nothing better  thnn the 60c family size bottle; trial  tho 25o., all dealers or tho Catarrh**  tone Co* Kingston, Canada. THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  yo  .if.**.-  I.  I  iv  i.  a  !  I  i  r  ������  I'I  11/  !  h  I  i,  '$  &  11  r  V  /  -.1  If  ������.'i  "<  9  ii  The Wretchedness  -of Constipation  ���������Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  1IVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ������������������act surely ur.d  rCWtiy on the  liver. Cure  ���������/.iliousness,  Head-  .ache,  Dizzi.  ���������acjs, and Indigestion.    They do their duty.  Small Pill, Small Ooie, Sirmll Price.  Genuine must be������ ��������� Signature  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  llyouiforoUTolsoKib *kun down' 'cor Ihe uluils*  ��������� SUTfEK front KIDNIcy, BLADDICK, NKKVOUS DISEASES,  <CHKONICWK.\KNKSS,UI.CEI<S,SKIN KltUPTIONS.PILIS,  ���������������rntc (or FREE cloth bound medical book om  these iltsea<ei mil WONDKXFUI. CURKS tffected by  THE NEW FRENCH REM EDY, rl.1 N.2 N.3  TH ERAPIONS-W.K  tho rtmtdr (or YOUR own ailment. AbjoluUlr FREK  No'follciw up circulars. No obligations. Ilx, LKCLEKC  Mnn Co.IUvrrstockRd.IUmpbiead London,Enq  WK WANT TO rxOVK THIRANON WILL CVUK. TOB.  CHILDREN  Teething  BA9Y IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslows  oothing Syrup  NOT NARCOTIC  The Reports  are Misleading  Apparently  a   Wide-Spread   Effort ,to  Discourage' American   Settlers  Coming to Canada  From  tlie nature    of    certain    ln-  tiulrios being receiver] at,tlie O.P.It  department,   of     natural     resources  headquarters,   Cnlgnry,  it  Is  evident  that some very misleading and absurd  reports as to conditions in Canada are  being circulated in tlie United States.  For  instance,  one  gentleman   writes  Uiat he and three or four others wero  thinking  of  coming   to   Alberta   but  that ho understands men arc being  drafted out of Canada to go to tho  war, and as lio and his friends don't  want to go to war, thoy aro undoclded  what to do.   Another man writes that  he was  told that a law had    beep  passed in Canada, oxomptlng peoplo  from   tho   United  States    from   the  right to immigrate Into Canuda. Thoro  aro six mon ,in lils party and thoy  aro at a loss to know what to do under tho clrcumBtancos.   It should bo  noted, by all concerned in tho settlement of Western Canada, and the fact  {should be given  tho fulleat possible  publicity that there Is absolutely no  truth ln either of thoso reports or any  othor similar reports, which are obviously circulated for the purposo of  discouraging immigration to Canada.  Thoro has not been a man drafted  from Canada or from any other part  of the empire-for service ln the European war; and thoro Is no prospect of  any such action, -A call was mado for  Canadian volunteers and moro than  threo times as many    man    offered  themselves as could be accepted. Tho  government's    problem has not been  tho getting of men, but the accepting  of "the great numbers-, offering themselves.   It is evident that with conditions such as .those,���������> the Crafting ot  men for war service is not dreamed  of, but for the sake of argument, even  if it were, American citizens coming  to  Canada  could  of courso '  not be  drafted until they became British subjects ,aud they are under no obligation' to. become  British   subjects  at  any time unless they,, so desire.   The  statement that laws have been passed  in Canada to prevent Americans immigrating to this country is oven moro  absurd, as must be appreciated by all  who are familiar with 'conditions and  know how greatly tho practical farmer of tho United States is wanted in  Western Canada, where great fertile  areas are awaiting farmers  to cultivate them.   It may be set down with  tho fullest assurance that Canada is  more anxious to assist them than prevent the immigration of'desirable sot-  tiers from the United States. The instances  quoted  above  indicate    that  there is no assertion too unreasonable  or absurd to find circulation in certain quarters if its effect will only.be  to discourage American farmers from  coming- to Canada.  IB TO GO OUT   O   Also Terrible Rash on Arms. Itched  .-. and Burned.   Could Not Sleep.  Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment.  Eruption All Disappeared,  Crossy. Ontario.���������" For a long timo I suffered from plmplos and blackheads tho  worst way and I got; a terrible rash on my  arms. Whon I sot In bod at night and (*ot  warm I would havo to scratch-my anna till  blood camo. Tho pimples all camo to matter fosters and thon thoy broko leaving lota  of littlo marks on my faco. I was ashamed  to go out -with my, friends. Thoy also  itched and burnod until I could havo torn  my fnoo and arnw. I could not sleep at  night and I rubbed my arms till thoy bled.  "Oaoday when roadlng tho paper I camo  across tlio Cuticura ndvortlucmont-, then I  thought I would try tho Cuticura Soap and'  Ointment. I wasliod with tho Cuticura  Soap ivntl thon applied lho Cuticura. Olnt-  mont nlRlit and morning. 1 found (treat roller and In a short tlmn my pimples and  eruption all disappeared thanks to Cuticura  Sonp anil Olnlmiink." (Signed) Ccorgo *W.  Key, Aug. 10, 191-1.       - <>  Samples Free by Mall  tn solectliif? a toilet and a skin soap why  not procuro ono possessing dellcato emollient proportlos sulllciont to allay minor  Irritations, rninovo rodnoss and roughness,  prevent pore-clogging, soften and sootho  sensitive conditions, and promoto skin and  ��������� scalp health generally? Such a soap, combined with tho purest of-saponaceous In-  grodlonts and most fragrant and~ refreshing  of flower odors, is Culiunra Soap. Cuticura  Soap aud Ointment aro sold throughout tho  world. Liberal saroplo of each mailed free,  with 32-i>. Skin Hook. Address post-card  'Cuticura, Dept. D. Boston'! U. S. A."  The German's  "Pet Aversion"  Terrier Tracked Soldiers  Dog  War Must Be Short  PATENTS  Featherstonhaugh & Co., head office,  King street east, Toronto,,, Canada.  Tho Thoughtful Manager  A Ixmdon theatrical man was  ���������charged with the management of a  'benefit performance whoreln. players  ������of all sorts participated. Amor.g theso  -was a complacent, stupid performer.  '.Ho was to do a recitation. A rehearsal  was In progress. ,  "When you havo finished this bit,"  ���������rsaid the manager, "you will bow  ���������-gracefully and loavo tho stage on tip-  too."  The man was dull, but not so dull  as not to be astonished by this direction.  "On tlptoo?"  "Yos," said tho managor, "In ordor  inot to wake'tho audience,"  Nearly all children aro subject to  -worms, and many aro born with thom,  iSpnro thom sufl'orlng by using Motlur  <Gravos' Worm Exterminator, the best  .remedy of tho kind that cnu bo had.  The painstaking artist, anxious to  ���������plcitHO, remarked to a prospective cuh-  itonior.  "1 can paint you a portrait of your  ���������wlfo which wlll be a spunking like-  -.noHu."  "JI'm! Couldn't you do it In what  ���������they call still life?"  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  'T'taters Is good this morula', mad-  mm," Hiild 'to old fanner making hiu  ���������iiHiinl weekly call.  "Oh, uro thoy?" rnl.orl.Pd tlio custom-  ���������cr. "That reminds tno: How Ih It thnt  "thom you sold mo Inst week nro so  ���������much Hinnllor at the bottom of tlio  lmt-1-ot than at tlio top?"  "Waal," replied tlui old man, "p'tn-  tnrH In I'm win' ho fast now Unit, by  -tlio timo I got. a liiiHlu'tl'iil Awn tho liiHt  ���������ones is about twlcol tho size of lho  ���������Ural."  A Purely .Vegetable Corn Cure  Putnam's *Corn Extractor contains  no acids, but is entirely"vegetable in  composition. Putnam's never stings  or causes discomfort. It cures quickly, painlessly, permanently.  War Relief Funds from U.S.  "He's Got to Get Under"  "Wo nro as happy fin Band hoys, and  liavo sing-Hongs at night round lho  ���������camp llres," Kiiys n irnimport driver  At tho front. "Wo novor stop nlnglng  our now parody���������"lie's got to got under.' Tho final lino Is���������Mllm with the  .suiifiago machine' Evory regiment h������a  Its grumbles, but tho govornnont cor-  tulnly does look aftor Us soldlors and  thoroughly at that,"  Thlnklm, to Ingratiate himself with  Doiigliis .lorrold a boor who had small  -���������icqtiniiititnco with hi in mot Ium ou Uio  ..A not  one  Any anil,  ;.*U*''j*]j)-r,    .'-'.'ill),  "Woll,  whnt'fl  rrolng  on  today?"  "I am," re; Hod Jorrold, hurrying  on.  Toucher���������Whnt  In  tho    elephant  ������. ...    I   .  1     ������  ...      TV,. ....... 1  lirlght I'tipll���������-MaguzliD articles! ���������  Puck.  British    Americans     From  All   Over  United States Have Generously  Contributed  Chicago Britons, by birth or extraction have como forward in generous  form in belia': of the war relief fund,  organized under tho auspices of the  Western British American nevs-  paper. This fund, which will roach a  total of $100,000 or more, now approximates $50,000 and a1 steady stream of  currency is llowing Into tho office of  that representative publication In the  Pontiac Building, Chicago. All shades  of British Americans have responded  to the call for funds, the subscriptions  ranging from $1,000 down to tho modest donations of persons of small  moans, ablo only to contribute a few  cents. Furthermore, contributions represent a wldo riingi; of territory, embracing almost ovory stato In tho*  Union from Texas to* North Dakota  and from Maine to Oregon���������li'ideod In  every community in which the Western British American and tho Canadian American publications circulate  Thoso journals, by tho way aro directly representative* of British Eontlment  In tho UnllO'i States and, for upwards  of thirty yours, have mirrored Canadian and British news and views  throughout tho union, at the sumo  time fostering American emigration  to tho Dominion, as woll as encouraging exploitation of American capital  In industrial Holds ovor thoro,  Townrdu this splondld fund Is oral-  Hod the generosity of ('iinndluna, ting-  lish, Irish, scotch, AtiHtrnlnBlaiia and  tho men of OrkiR'), tho IhIo of Man,  Shetland .tho JlobrldoH and oven Newfoundland, now residents of thu  United Stat oh.  WoHtoTU British American nnd Canadian American nuidur*- hnvo oonirl-  biitod up wards of $'10,000, wlillo tho  SmiH of St. (leoi-go-Society has dnnnt-  od abovo $17,000; tho Onlor of Scot-  UhIi Clans, $1,000, and the WoIhIi Ho-  cIiiUo-h of Chicago iihout yt.im, lu  addition to this .the British ami Can-  iidliin ludtoH of Chicago havo mint for-  wurd about forty boxes of clothing fur  tho war HtiffororH.  Human Resources and Material Means  Must Soon, Become Exhausted  There was never a war like this.  Battles formerly were few and-, far .e-  tween. When the Union and Confederate armies fought for seven days  about Richmond it was so unusual an  event'that the contest took "its' name  from the fact. But war now is one  long, continuous affair. There is no  end. ,Tho thunder of the guns is con-  stunt. Day and night they belch  forth their messengers of death. There  is no rest for man or metal. These  modern^battering rams are as persistent as the sun in its course.-  vAnd therein lies the. hope for, early  peace. The casualties~have been exaggerated, but accurate analysis still  leaves 'them stupendous. Cars which  bring up fresh troops do not return  empty.   The life of the guns also .s  .al-,r\!"*--=A='t-.inrli.,--.'*_-^Hc3nl,,al������cro-i_iiril!_-7-l;lrY  most of them. Such a saturnalia of  destruction must inevitably wear itself  out. It not only exhausts the nations'  human resources, but it.wastes with  appalling quickness their material  means. It is war continuously at its  supreme momont,'a constant crisis, beyond the power of human stamina and  nerves to be maintained long.  There is more lighting now in a  week than thero usod to be in a year.  A year's war now is a hundred years'  war in concentrated form. There wil]  be peace ia exhau tion, and exhaustion is certain.���������Philadelphia Evening  Ledger.  Constantinople's Ancient Names  Petrograd wlll have to change .'.ts  namo several moro times to equal the  record of Constantinople, says the London Chronicle. Tho Ottoman capital  was known as Lygos until B.C. Gii8,  when It blossomed forth into Byzantium and boro that namo for nearly  800 yours.-  Byxtintlum, like Rome, was built on  sc-voti hills, and this resemblance led  Septimus Severus ,to rechrlstlan lt  Nova Uoma. On making the city tlio  capital of tho Roman empire, Constat*-  ,!ne tlio Great bestowed his own namo  upon It, and ovor since lt has been  known as Constantinople hi tho western world. This name, howovor, Is Ignored by Orientals, who havo called  It Istliambtil rind Siambul since :ts  capture by the Turks Ih 14C3,  Frantic Hatred instilled Into Kaiser's  Soldlerc  German hatred of Great .Britain and  all things English is very real. Much  has been written of it, so much in  fact that many people aro inclined to  think that it is exaggcratea. Yet tho  fact remains tha*. tho Prussian has  evidently Dee:*, taught to believe that  the Englishman Is his sworn tenemy,  even In times of peace; he has been  taught to believe that the Englishman  is littlo better than a beast.  Thero was a startling aud horrlblo  example of this hatrod ln one of'tho  J'"*rojich hospitals. A wounded Gorman  soldier was brought in, in an unconscious condition. Ilo was treated in  ,oxactly tho same manner and with all  ,tho caro that Is given to tho British  .wounded. In a few days ho grow bot-  ,tor, but remained sullen and uncom-  rnunlcatlvo. Even when tho doctors  .would approach him his eyes would  ���������light with a gleam ot lntenso hato. But  jt was not thought that ho would grow  violent, and no precautions wero  .taken to placo a guard ovor him or to  .watch him In any way.  . Thon ono day a nursing sister was  changing the dressings ou his wound  and endeavoring to make hlni comfortable, when ho suddenly plungod a  knife into her back. She foil to the  floor and died shortly afterwards. Tho  German Is to bo executed. ��������� No ono  seems to know whero he secured tho  knife.- This thing actually happened,  incredible as it seems. I personally  saw tho man who committed the mur-  .der.  Then there are other cases, not so  terrible, but still serious enough. A  German officer wounded in the log  almost succeeded in braining ������ ouo of  ,the attendants and then attempted  .suicide by cutting his throat After  .this ho was handcuffed and was tied  down to the bed. Several others in  hospitals I liad visited had also'tried  to commit suicide, ��������� though I heard of  no other cases of violence against  .nurses or attendants.  Tho medical officers are inclined to  -think that these things are the outcome of traumatic delirium brought  on by tho wounds, in almost.all cases  Germans who have shown symptoms  of violence shortly. after being admitted to the hospitals, becoming  more amenable as they progress toward recovery, i Granting that these  outbreaks are the result of delirium,  the i'act remains tliat they indicate  that the hate of England is there.  The delirium magnifies it, making  fanatics of the men. This appears  to be the most rational view to take  of the matter, for it seems scarcely  possible that any human being would  commit some.of tlie. atrocities attributed to the German soldiers.  .- From such "information as I have  .been able to gain from men returning to the base from the firing line  the Kaiser.'s troops   are not doing so  ,nm_ch_p_illagmg_or_causing such-waiu  ton destruction of property as characterized their passage through. Belgium in the early days of the war.  Officers state that the German army  is the most thoroughly organized they-  have ever seen. They refer to it as'"  remarkable, and pay tribute to the  bravery of the Prussian troops. All  those whom I interviewed, however,  agreed that tho Germans were utterly unable, to stand up before a bayonet  charge. They hold in*tho trenches  and under heavy artillery fire, but  when they see the glint of bare steel  they break had run ln almost every  instance. ' This Is borne out by the  fact that ,in' all the hospitals ln Bon-  logne there is but one English soldier  with a bayonet wound at the present  time.  During the eany days of the war,  however, I am told by men who have'  beon "' there, the Kaiser's troops  commuted nameless crimes whllo undo r Lho inilmr-iico of liquor, which thoy  pillaged from tho groat chateaus. uf  this I have no personal knowledge,  having merely, been tol'l .of thom by  reliable persons, who* were on tho  ground���������Toronto Mall and Empire  Correspondence  Tracks  His   Master  From   England and Finds Him In the  Trenches  A remarkable story of a meeting  at tho front betwten a Hammersmith  soldier and his dog Js told in a lot-;  ter received by Mrs. Brown of Ham- j  raersmith in tho English midlaiuis,  from her 'husband, a private of the  1st North Staflordshlre Regiment.      i  Private Brown went \viih his rogi- i  mont to the' Continent in August. On ]  Sept. 27 Mrs. Brown missed the dog, ,  an Irish terrier named Prince. She '  heard nothing moro of the animal  until recently, when sho received a i  letter from her husband, in which i  ho said: \  "I  am  sorry you  have not - found '  Prince,    and you    aro not likely to  whllo he is oyer hero with mo.   It is ;  a very strange  thing 1  should have j  got him.   A man brought him to.iuo;  from   tho  front   trenches.   -I    could  not bollcvo my eyes till 1 got. off my  horse aud ho made a great fuss over  mo.  "I believe he*camo over with somo  other troops. Just fancy his comin.*;  and finding me. Ilo is quite settled  down with mo ancl I havo made him .t  coat ou,t of somo old great coats which  will keep him warm. Ilo is tho pin of  tho regiment. I believe Col. de Falho  Is going to report the circumstances  to tho papers; in fact they must havo  It ln London now as tho dog has been  with mo fivo days."  WINTER  Prof. Frankland demonstrates that COD LIVER OIL  generates more body-heat  than anything else.  In SCOTT'S EMULSION the  pure oil is ao prepared that the  blood profits from every drop,  while it fortifies throat and lungs.  If you aro tubject to cold huncU  or f������������t| if jrou ihiv������r And catch cold  ea.lly: t**ue SCOTT'S EMULSION  (or one month and watch lU good  effect*.  H-40       REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.  >"<Brrrt*."T. ������v,-|>������iv������NC.frToiiON^O?������.ON rurtto  The Marseillaise  Beware  or��������� Ointments  for Catarrh  That'  Contain Mercury  as morcury wlll surely destroy the senso  of smell and completely deranu-o ihe  ���������whole system when enterlne ll through  tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should  never be used except on - proscriptions  from reputable physicians, as the dumace  they will do Is ten fold to the icood vou  can possibly derive from them. Halt's  Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 1<\ J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no  mercury; and ts taken Internally, acting  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's  Catarrh Cure be sure you tret the Kcn-  ultte. It Is taken Internally and mado  ln Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.  Testimonials, free.  Sold by Druggists.  Price, 75c. per bottle.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.'  No Law May "   -  Govern Actions  "Why do you carry that umbrella  littlo boy'.'" asked tho passer-by em*.  louBly, "It's not raining and tho sun  Ib not shining."  "I know," said the youth, "but whon  tt rains pa wants It and when tho sun  shines nut wants it. and this Is tho  only kluda weather I can git ter use  It at all."  Ready for the Germans  BUCK  LEG  LOSSES SURtty PREVENTED  hy Cuttir'l Dlitklii PIIH.    Tow  prli-M, fi-Mb, r.lUl.n; pr������fi>it*d br  WMtara luscbim incmu, tkiy ttt.  tint   whir*    tOtnr   nti'lntt    till.  WrlU for laiVn ������nd tnilmnnlili.  I Mill itn. Blicklil Pllll M."  li-titi tin. BIhUii Pllll   t.ti  111* in������ tnlM-tnr, Wit Cull**'* !������������*.  Tl>* ivpitlarUf tt C'utur produdt li due t������ om "ll  ���������nn or ���������-MtUlTiInf tn vimIum ���������*< ftruai ������My,  titUt *��������� Cytttr**.   tr UMMjIniMn. nMtr dlrxi.  THE CUmi-l   UBCHATCHV,  Dt\U\������, CHllwili  W. N. U. 1037  Minard's Uni. tent Cureo Distemper.  Arranged With Enemy  Thoro's a good Htory going tlio  rounds Just now that shown how Aim-  (rla won doprlvod ot ono ot hor lighting riion.  A vlsllnr tn n W������t Rnrl ri*Btnnrr<iit  111 Uindon, boluR waited on by a par-  iit.aliiil) Lull ami line iliuMu^ waiter  wllh a foreign accent, askod tho ui.in  his nationality,  "Oh, I'm a xiungarian," was tho reply.  "How com wi It,  thon, that a big.  s-jU Di.*.;   ni.Ufi   iu,v  jiuu  ..-.  in/i, on  int.-  lirlng lino?" nt-ltcd the vltiltor,  "Well, sir, it's llko thlH," replied  tlio Knight of tho napkin, pointing to a  brother wnltcr a few tnblos off. "Vou  soo that man? Well, he's a Sorb, and  w-o liavo vat you call paired,"  I'm not at homo to that gontlomun,  Jan������\ doclnri-'l tho hello.  Yuu huvun't iiv:i*n hiu card yi.-U pro-  tontt.4 mothv-r. Vou don't know who  tt Is.  Tru������; but It Un't tlio machine 1  am waiting for. I can toll by lho  honk.  "BUNCOMBE"  It Don't Always Pay to be Skeptical  When a newspaper writer and proof  reudur that works nlghta can iVod hlni-  sfill' o������l of dyspepsia, which most all  that clitHs miiTor with, It Is worth  whlln lo know the kind of food uhoiI.  TIiIh man H'iy'*:  "lli'lng a newspaper writer and  proof rciiilor, also a graduaUi in nu ill-  cliin us wall, though not priietli'liig,  luukeH a combination that world produce a skeptic on tho snbjoct If anything would.  "Day after dny I read lho proof on  tho Urapo-Nulii advoi'tlseniont with  tho fooling that thny were . ,1 'l-iin-  combo.' All thlB-Umo I wuh Buffering  from (IyHpepHla from tho Improper  food 1 was lulling' at tho roHttura.it.  "Ono (lay 1 Haw a package of Grapo-  Nutii ut the restaurant und irfod bouio  with croam.   Tho food took my fancy  i     ,*,..        in :���������*,'*.. .,  !>,.,,. v..,.  tr * .     '.ii     ������  mlilnlRht. I noto-l an Inifirovn-mnnt. 'n  my footings, and wan uhlo to work  with loHH latlgmi,  "I have used Orapc-N'utu as a r"'*n-  Inr diet Rltico Hum, nnd liavo improved greatly. Tho old dyi-pepHla  litu) brid feelings that T tlimtKlit wi-n-  iiecoBimry adjuncts to night - rrk disappeared, and I am ablo to do much  moro and honor work with less effort  than over boforo.  "I was nearly rootly to glvo up nnd  sock health In somo other walk In lifo  but thanks to my change In diet I am  now all  right."  "Thnrn'.q a  Hf-nno'i."  Naiiiu given by Canadian Pot-uum  Co., Windsor, Ont  Look in pkgtt. for thn f-tmmiH llttio  book, "Tho Koad to Wollvillo."  Ever read the above letter? A new  one appears from time to time. They  are genuine, true, and lull of human  Intereit  England's Home Defence Now More  Than a Million  England's homo defonco army has  grown to a mombornhlp of moro than  a million, ami apparently the number  will bo qimdruploi] before Bprlug.  Occurrences liko tho German naval  raid on tho llartlepools anil Scarborough In mld-Docembor sent hundreds of mon, old and young nllko,  hurrying to tnko thoir places In thin  civil guard, which will havo an Important work to do If Invasion ovor  bocomou ii roallty.  Dvllllng Is curried on generally  threo or four ovonlngs a week ln  parks, HQiioroB and school yards till  ovor Engl an il.  The forco is to bo equipped as soon  iih posslblH with grey groon uniform--.  It Is already-officered und equipped  with engineer, nmlmliumo, tram-porl,  Hlgnnl, liicyolo and motor cyclo see-  lloiiH,  .Should an Invasion ho attempled  tlio homo iloft'ticn tirmy' will hoo thut  tho population of tho throntwicd  towns Is takoii i-afcly away, Arrango-  montH for Hitch au oxoiIuh havo nl-  rnady beon tentatively mado ln mont  parts of Um kingdom.  If a (lernian forco actual]}* managed  to land nnd advanced toward ono of  thoso towns, thoy would llnd tho town  deserted and all tho food 'stocks removed, ��������������������������� That" would ho tho work ot  tlio olvll guard.  Even If no Invasion com on this woll  bound to hn.vn a Rrnat nffeet'on Mm  nation. Tho physical effects of lho  methodical out. door exorcUo n-������-o nl-  ready apparent to tho nieu t!w*-iu-  Helvon,"  Press and Officials Condone All Acts  of Cruelty and Crime  The reply of the German press to  the scathing comment of -English  newspapers on the raid on tho Yorkshire coast reveals the stato of mind  to which the Germans have now arrived. The Koelnigche Zeituug may  be cited as a characteristic Instance.  This journal is one of the organs of  the foreign office, but it is" impossible  to kirow whether the articles in question are inspired or not:  The Koelnische   Zeitung cays   that  "English  newspapers    lie"  when  they  declare  Hartlepool  are  as usual  hat Whitby and  not fortified places.  The whole world knows, it states, that  Whitby has a coastguard station and  a signal station, and that Scarborough  has a coastguard station. According  to German belief, all coastguardsmen  are liable to be called upon to serve  in the navy, and the German journal  adds that an enemy has consequently  an indisputable right to bombard bucIi  "military stations."  "That women and children should  lose their lives in consequence of such  bombardment is," it says, "regrettable, but unavoidable, if they remain  in such coast towns an I aro not  placed in security by responsible rjf-  llcials."  Admiral Schlioper, wriling in tho  Lokal Anzeiger, complains bitterly  that the Germans in their conduct of  war, and especially of this war, havo  been far too considerate. Tho purely  humane side of war receives fur too  much attention, and they worry themselves about humanitarian mattera  when they ought to bo conducting  their campaigns with ��������� till possible  rigor, lio agrees with Admiral Von  Tirpit/, that German submarines must  devolop still further tholr activity, and  torpedo ovurything Uritish that conies  ln their way.  "England is choking Germany," ho  writes, "and under the circumstances  everything Is pormisslblo."  Fatnous War Song of France Written  ���������by Officer of Engineers at-  Banquet  Once* again   the  troops  of  Franco  nro  singing  their  belovud  "Alarsoll-  laiso" as they march to batlU- with tho  hated Germans.    M^re than onco iho  French have been spurred on against  Teuton   foes, by  the  straina  of" this  famous "song of liberty." Even In   ts  birth   tho   song   aided     tho   French  agaiust tho ancestors of their present  foes. *, " ,  In 1702 the French army of tho  Rhino was defending* tho border  against the Prussians. In tho houso  of the mayor ot" Strassburg a friendly  dinner was going on, when "some ono  expressed a regret that France had  no heroic song to stimulate tho ardor  of the soldiers. Itouget de Lisle, an  officer of engineers, was at the table,  and being a dabbler at poetry, he set  to work immediately. Ho took down  his violin and played. Air and word3  came to him at the same time. Tho  next morning he read tho "War Song  of the' Army of tho Rhine" to his  friends. The army took it up and it  soon had gone all over France, lt acquired its present titlo from the fact  that a regiment of volunteers from  Marseilles soon after marched iuto  Paris singing the song.  The revolutionists adopted, the song  for their own, though' tho author was  an aristocrat. Later on,.when he-A'as  forced to flee as a royalist, he heard  the strains of his song.  "What is that hymn called?" ho  asked, and was told "Tho Marseillaise."  Thus he learned the name,of his  own composition. De Lisle was never  treated with honor by .the French until just before his death, when he received tlio ribbon of tne Legion of  Honor..  His song has been sung in other,  "cmui tr ies*"tjc]s i d esrirrain; s:���������I iris" heard-  wherever there has been a war of liberty, In Italy, Germany, Russia and  the Balkans. It has no rivals as a national hymn.   Carlyle said of it:  "The  sound  will  make  the    blood -  tingle in men's veins and whole armies and assemblages will sing it with  eyes weeping and burning, with heart  dellant of death, despot and devil."  It Makes New Friends Every Day.-���������  Not a day goes by that Dr. -Thomas'  Eclectric Oil does not widen tho  circle of its friends. Orders for It  come from the most unlikely places in  tho west and fnr north, for Its famo  has traveled far. It deserves this attention, for no oil has dono so much  for humanity. Its moderate cost  makes it easy to g it.  The Terror of Asthma comes llko a  thiol' in tho nignt with Its dreadful  throttling, robbing Ub victim of  breath. H seems boyond tho powor of  human aid to relieve until one trial .s  mado.of that romnrkablo preparation,  Dr. J. D. Kollogg's Asthma Remedy.  Then relief comes with a rush. Lifo  becomes worth living, and, If tho  romody ho used perslstontly, tho dlH-  ot'So Ib put permanently to rout. Tako  no substitute.  Vliltnr    flnnf    In    onntniiinlMMTin1  painting by Hembramlf, hnforu widoii j money  tho ownorrH dflHcliund Is lying)���������it is I  not a genuine, Mr. Kommerzlunrnt  Owner���������What?  Visitor���������Tho Ito/nbraridt.  Owner (mollified)���������Woll, well, I  wouldn't Kwear to that. I thought you  referred to my d^-chund,  Empire's Man of Iron  Llttlt   Incident   Which Throws New  Light on Lord Kitchener  Tho Loudon Chronicle nays:  Lord Kllehoiiui' Is ho generally credited wllh an Iron chuructor devoid of  Keiiiimeiit   In   mattei-H   ullccllui*   his  great purposo that the following story  of liln thougliLl'uluos'i lu ut special interest:  "A Sunderland woman, with flvo  Bonn In tho army, lay dying. Her ono  iloslro wns to hoc lior hoyn again. Four  of Uio ho/ih Horvlng In England reached  homo In M houra, tholr expenses holng  paid by tho autuoritlos, Tho fifth,  howovor, waa at tho front, and thoro  seomed" littlo chanco of tho old wo-  nwn'a wish being fulfilled. A Salvation  Army offleor wired to tho war office,  ......    ut.i i.    .......<j    ...    ������<-(<.;     u.ci    ijui.i  KHelmrier'fl Hlr-rnnturn nnyliij; thnt If  tho tmn could ho found ho would h,  Htmt home. a. low hours later camo a  wlm i-nylng the rn:m was on hl������ way  home and ho rnnched her In timo. No  'md IiIh oxpnuHCH paid and was given  n   seven   dnvs'   furlmirli   nml    rntlon  Amateur Wanted  Fanner���������Want a Job oh7   Do   you  undorHtand farming"/  Applicant--Thorough!**-,  glr,  Farmer���������You wouldn't do. I want a  man who It oatlnislantlo about It.  As Usual  Concroh'iman���������Want a Job, <VhT  What can you do?  Constituent���������Nothing.  Cuugres'iman���������Sorry, but thono high  ii;iUi'ii"i| juliH uro nil tn Un 11 long it*;u  Vou muHl \shU for a vucancy.  "So you want to marry my daughter, do you?" asked tho fathor. "Now,  what aro your pro^cjcts?"  "Kxcellofit, sir," naawerc-d ths youns;  man, "If you don't sroll them."  She Probably Thought So  "So you're not to bo married?"  "No. Uo says he has changod lils  mind."  "What's his oxcuso?"  "Tho war."  "And you havo no witnesses nor  love lettut's?"  "No."  "Well, isn't war just what thoy say  It is?"���������-Buffalo Courier.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, cto.  The Public Paid  Alkali Peto���������Heard about I'locho  Shorty's boreavemont?  Red Dog Sum���������No.   Who's dead?-  Alkali rule���������Ills fathor.  Red Dog Sam���������Means . kinder  heavy funeral expense for Shorty,  Alkali I'eto���������Oh, no. County standi*  lt.   Thoy hanged him.  Contrary to general belief, China  not only ralHPB nil tin In inrgn numbers, but exports frozen beef ln  qiiiinlltlon which havo now ussuinod  a commercial magnitude of such  nlzo that world wldo poHBlblllos mny*  ho expected In timo to come, l.'p-  ward of HOil.OUO cowhidei* are anntnii-  ly oxportcd from Shantung.  When  When Bho Is a lumky young fomnla,  With hnlr of golden hue;  When ho Is a .shriiii]- like, object.  And hlrt cyo.B~aro bluo   ,  When she In flvo foot 'eleven,  And ho hut llvo foot three,  TllEN���������they'ro loving according  Hcionco.  That'll otij-onlcfl, don't you gcoT  to  Wild Eyed Customer���������I want A  quarter's' worth of carbolic mild.  Olork���������Thtr In a hardware storo. nut  wo havo���������er���������a lino linu of ropo$,  revolvers and razors.  I '���i :mI '-v';v. \;; i r-i'ir*.:���-,!>..i.AMta Hir^Tl^jB COLU>.i.biA-
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727-735 Johnson St.
VICTORIA,       -      - 13, C.
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Bicycle   Bargains
Scores of shop soiled und
sc'cond-hanci Bicycles and Mo-
tor.c\T.l(-*s ;u*t: offered at snnp
prices during our Great Clearance Sale. Write for pariicul
.'ir.s. PJimlcy'.s Cycle Work.-',
Victoria, 11. C.
JIOI.V   TIUNLTY CI1UUCH
StrvicoB for Sixih  Snndny nftcr
Ti mil v.
Holy Cr nun union S 30 a in
Mutiny j 1 11   m.
Sunday School 2,o0 ]). in,
Ki-fiiKciiif? 7 p. m
Aviliui'lii-chla^er,   Vicar.
NOTICIC 'I'O CONTUACTOKS
UN^'M l>.W -CIIOOI,. ' '
SJ-AIJil) TKNDKIi.S, superscribed
'"I'erider f-jf' Unicri ]J;tv .Sclmol,"
will '���'e i'(.*''(:ii*f-d Iiv tlie Flntionr.iblo tl><:
M'f-i'-u-i of Public WiiiJ-s up to 12
o,1 i" 1 0 c k 11 i) 0 n ul' S 1 1 tt r (I ;i \ .
Un; 171I1 diy <if July kji 5 fo<
the eredion ;il)i-l (.'iiiiDlinion nf a !*>���������'
������o(��''i sclitiol i'iii"-!'Uilbuili.lin*j|5 111 Unn-r.
Un)'' in Uie Ccninx Klccuir.il Distnict.
1'1'liT*, spcnt'icuum)1", roiilnict iind
for'Hs nt tender m:iy be sct'ii ou nnd af
U'l*     tin**      Ti'-'di    dav     of     J n n e
l <)
a t
llie     (i tVi ci*!:    '��� I
j All woik j-uaraiiu-ed li-if{jj
j.t'U \ea-.M. Highest. ��;:ailw;^[;
('Aoil; at   lowest   itrit.es
.I'i
yhe I'loviiieejv.vauif. 1''k-c
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I
M*"' J. ))iii*/l, (i'lMuinnfiiit Ai*t-ni, 'Jinn-
b('i'l'Mul, 15, i' ; Mr. 1.; *i. 'I lvimhim.
(;(��vvnitni'iit Ahiiii, Nioianii'S H. C, Mr.
J, -Mnlii'iii')', liii\'i:rniiit-m Akriv, V.m*
cc*"Ver, U, C> Mi". W, H.^k-'ui, Sccnii-
ui')' ��f dm .Sclioul l.!<i;ii*d, Union H*iy,
|J. C., nr die, Uepaitiiii'iit ol J'jblir
\V"il-s Virion,,, 11, C,
'ti'.endiii/l l'��� ode re is i-.iti uliiiiin line
ijnPy of [Huns anil ������pcialicatiDii** by 11 (i-
pl)'i|)(' ui tl)'--1 uirl<"i'si|4,iei| with it dep'^it
of1'1.!) dollars (.i'i"), ul'uli '.'������ill hi- icfnnil
c>d 'ui ilifiir rcluiii in pind onln*.
I'Lcli |*,|-t>|iOii,*il nillsl |,i; incnin|i1.i)ii,|l
b*' 'in .ii.'ci'i'tod bniil- <'lii!i|ut: in* i'i.-i'iiii-
,-,i'(- i)|dcpr��iil mi a ''liHii'iioil brtiil- ci
iJ'-n.iiliiiiii.id'' |)iiy 'bit-' to ilx: Ilomuu-
,-ibli.' thi- Miiiisiur nl I'ublii- Wiiik-^, for a
.in.. c(|ii;,| tn 10 1 ei cent nl'.In: tdii.K'i',
.Jilirli ill ill I ui fiii-leitcil if ilii! pn ri y tt' ii-
d1'1"'!!!" Oi'i'iuio i'- '-'Her int" *.:ootinf.t
��*.l'i!n i:ii||(!il upcin to ''0 bi, <>r if he l.ni
'�� t(ini|ilct'' llie NU"h -.""'i-'n-'ieil l����i'.
I ho I'lu-i-'i'"! or ceriilii.'iiii"*  of (It'pnsii ul
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Id Sherman;"
, HAS    ARRIVHD ! "
"Old Sherman,'' has arrived in Ciunberland.   '   "Old
Sherman"'   is a new whiskey in.Cnmberlandybnt   it   is      V
not a K"E"\V~wlTi>ireyr���~"rT)irrS"iTeTnra"Tf!ns^i3^eTirs_of������'
j*     age,   possesses  a   wonderfully  tine,   me flow flavor and
aroma and has all   liie.  other oharacteri.sii'es   ol'   a fine,
-I'.     old matured whiskev such as onlv -lames Cordon &Co.
.1 . '
,V c        ol" Glasgow and London cau prepare.
���!e
*;���*
Ask the man behind the Bar in tlie Cumberland Hotel
for "OLD SHERMAN."
... Mahrer & Co. ���55SSSf��. |
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^Uiillillllllll!llllllllll.'lllllll!llll!lllllllll!lllllllllllillllllli:illllllllllllllllllllllllW
3  cnpitn.1 Frtid. Up $11,560,000.
���Bo ecu e ��  ';
s
I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   |
1 DRAIN'S   TSriUBD   IN   ANY   GUURKNCY,   1'AYABMC   Aid,
I ���        OVlfill   THK    WOULD.
1 KPKOIAl, AT'i'UNTION nuiil'to SAVINfiS ACCOUNTS & imere.M
I iii hijihet't Current Kii'.cb uUnwed on Uoposiie o{*$l nnd iijuvimls.
a
I CUMBERLAND, B. 0 , Brnnob, Opon Daily      li, V. C'Connoll, Mgr,
I        UNION VAY, B.O. Branch, Opon Tnily.  ,   F. BcEworth, Mgr,
I roURTENAY,   3. 0, Branch,  Opon DailVR. H, Hardwiclc,  Kgr g
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MWMH��*��IH��U1I
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I Fop PUHE ICE CKEAJVl |
ICE CI^HAM SUNDAES  and SODAS
B3F Conuj to King's leu Crwun Parlo';,
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mMa*rFWVMm-iruu���� ��
Whoro you will |-ot tho HKST ClOODS IN TOWN with
 (iooil, CIlmiii Strvlco	
Ice Cream Supplied in Quantitcs al Cheap Prices to Balls,
Parties, Pic Nics, etc., al a few hour's notice
KING'S ICE CREAM PABLOR
ftl-miMUKHHI
&
Uiinsiniiir Avonno CUMBERLAND, B 0.    g
Subscribe   for Tbe
\ ���
i,.|H'i'i*-i *���'��� "I nm   "*-' * ni.��.��ii-i*:i|
jO'llll! Hit OU til'!    f.'.HK Ml|)|i|lf(|, MJjtll'ii
sv'lli ilii! hi Ui'tl M,;ii.il'Ui; nf lilf   n-i.ilri-
i*i   .uni   ciii In iirll in  Uli: Cli\tl��H,-!*, linn  j
. '    1 ''    1
,   'i in- ii*,,!''-" i.i-.'my '-T,tii"i' imt ni:<*ts-.u ���
i)> iiiri.*|i(i 'i.
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,   i)i*|>iiiy M iiii-'i-i'.mu I'ulil.c W'diki
.UM1U.KI.ANIJ ;N I'lWS. ! j;v.,' ,,(���.(���,; ;><|. itmiiMH of I'ul.lu- Wmts,
. 1      I ' * ��� (I' I      Vii* "11.', li. -w'., j. 'Ai'.   11,'ll,   I'j! v
Subscription pnetf 'M.!;s: j*.,
It iii good   to   Iciiow thnt lurgo |��|'.",n,""'<"�� p'''5'"^ ,-Ul"'  '*" ""��� i
hteiunur-3 arc an-iviii--**   at    I'nioti  ���*' .- [
Day to coal,   Thoy ;iro   not    n)\ :*'r.v  . nj r:.*...j.i'*.-j wcatl;*.**.���'
luuih.g^il, . i
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nzizzor,
HimHsh 4 x HIIUTOS -ilwuy* <*u u|i ��l��n, tin* (.���.iihiuk MILWAUKK*:
)tKI-i|.S-Aiiiifiim��r, Iii hiimi��������. SyliHy. ka. "OLD i.HKY lti:Mtl��"
SCOTCH WHISKY, Bout Which (ind Liquora of nil Idtuls
Tli��- H."*aiHing p.tnl Kni'Kiu*- )>. |-uitimi't. muAot tin* immcdiMu (niiinriiutniU-ii^i
will lu mu <i Kin*t cIiihj iu every if��*nut.
r,AT*.3,
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