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 yO  C /*--^v  rf -.���������������-  y  -sS<-*-~?  11  mKXJtTmtKMS^tXC'fXtit I***"  'AUG -2  1915  Oev'otQCl Especially." to]the Interests of Cumberland and, Surrounding District.  -<(  ��������� **.-,,  rff1  ���������^ivii'-tT  Tiik News, Twknty-First Ykah  ^-e-UM-BE'I-TLAND, B. C  WEDNESDAY, JULY 28   :qi5  SUUSCKII'TION Sl.Oo A Yl-.r-U^  New Shoes For  I adies X[ Children  IM 'A tttKL<"l������I VWAJTO ���������  Vtm>ii*m n*ra ���������#u tiwuwi'iti  ^*W^   CBraOJtMtU.WII���������'MH   BWWn-H'WJM  arwyii iiwum-mh Bwwinnwiii"|-nniTii-������  Ladies' Cloth Top Patent-  Vamp plain toe,latest style  Ladies' l)lueKidTop patentjjjj   Pj\  Cubnri heel, new toe, price  Ladios'Blue ViciTop1, gun  metal vamp,   latest  last;..  Ladies' i & 2, button strap *  OT r ���������-���������-:������������. SPLENDID    I'o  Slippers,easy ntting weabb-bs  ���������^tt^  '-Victory Follows Our Flag''  J!  tm m  -XXX-  u  Children's .,  Eclipse" Shoes:  Anniversary  of the, .  Declaration  of a  wnteous  the   most durable, the  easiest   fitting  ���������    and moderate priced..shoe  ��������� ' <>r for the little ones.  '���������'���������Sljvi  ; liEI  ~8t Gotnp^nyv^MlTxrtext~  iimsamir Ave., CttmberL  will be held-on the  , Recreation  Grounds  on   Wednesday,  August 4th,  f  SUMMER WEAR  U WEAR        '       ,  Ladies'  and  Misses'  Cambric - and  Cvtpe   U.Wcar  EMBROIDERIES    *  Special values in 3, .| and 5 inch Embroidery Edging at 150 per  yaid. Corset Cover rrhnbroieery at 200 and 250 -per yard. Allov-  i-r Embroidery Plouueiugs af 35c per yard. 45 inch Skirting Km  broidery at 50c per yard. ' .  -MIDDIES' >��������� *    *  Misses'* White Halbriggau Navy Trimmed Middies at Goc each.  wash noons.  . v" ��������� "   "  White and Printed Piques. Fancy Muslins, Cotton Crepes and Zephyr Ginghams at 15c to 35c per yard.  SPORT MIDDIES���������Another shipment expected to arrive tliis week of  Sport Middies made in the new Rugby, stripes of navy,' flesh, skv  and black stripes;'also white Pique aud Repp skirt*.'  SANDALS���������Misses' and Children's Little Br-awnie & White Duck Sandlcs 75c each  ���������^���������-^-���������if-^-  &>y  irunuKJaran^KTSiuaiiacinra  EOOMBSa ,   fltXOJCZ^nWSI-.dSU'  nn***= g"-"ir15vvt.p   Ot"*   f/"������?IS*,!/*"IJ  ItlGt'eBSS iti Rcit���������S   Wa ������������������e*5.are plneerl in a   favor-j   MCCt zhh tif   WUilUL '  able   position.."     The   Canadian  Airs. John Kranuo- arrived hohio  on Saturday, 'bueuing from a visit  lo her daughter, Mrs? Harrison,  who is a re->i������iLstit of Seal lie.  Mr. T'-oiiii*!* Pickle, and his  'd;i lighter, Miss Louis-i Pickle ar-  rived homo Irom Victoria by Sal"  iirdiiy evening's Irain.  ���������Miiis Pickle, who is a uum* al  the .Iiibileo Hospital, Victoria, in  Iinino on vncation.  UKSlrJlRKCTION"OK "   -  "THK JOURNAL"  A shock of earthquake was felt  in town id aboui; il o'clock on  Sunday afternoon, and causi-d  con-ddcrablo alarm lo tlioi?(" who  t*xperieiiccd the shook. The samo  afternoon, lho Coui'loiuiy bane  ball ti'iuii received a jolt from tlm  Chiiiilini'liind leain.  --��������� "     ��������� &~   The campers have up kick coiu-  )i<i- aluiiit weather condition!*.  I'ii vale Abe Haywood, of llm  ���������ITili Hutinlion, stationed at Vernon, 11. ib, ui'i'ive.l in town on  Saturday on a few days visit to  his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ahi-a-  ham    llavwood.    .Private    iluy  ��������� ���������*  wood   returned    In   \'ei'n'.m   on  Weilnci-day.  Cunilierlaiid defeated Cniirteir  itY on tlu* old recreation j-run nils  on Sunday afliTiionn at bin-elmll  by a score of 8--11. In lho early  stngo of tlio game it locked like a  victory lor Coiirienuy,  Mr. .Joseph Martin's avowed intentions of breathing the hiealh  of life once more into the "-Keening Journal, have aroused iniieh  interest in political circles.  During its, life of forty-two  day*?, tho '4.JoiirnalV ��������� editorials  caused a seriee of severe (dectricnl  distiirlmnces fruin one end of Cun  aila to the other. Mr. Martin's  re-*appea'raiic,o in the journalistic  Held will add a touch of spice  which will bo much npprccialed  liy Vancouver's newspapoi reading public.  Mi*. .Marl111 is a very shrewd  business man, and with the reappearance of the ''Kveuiiao* Jour-  r.al," we may take it for granted  tluU the clouds of financial s(rin -  policy are lilting a bit. Wn may  also take il for granted that tlm  elections are not far away, and  that- Mr. Martin will have a orea.t  deal to say regardin<j; both ,Kod  era! and Provincial politics,  There is at least one newspaper iu  Vancouver against which .Mr,  Martin may hijcxpiuitoil to laninrh  a few liriiiiilniilor*-.  MeaniiniH sinno of tlio ho)s of  the Typhooraphieal Union who  pay daily calls to the secretary's  olliee at llm Labor Temple are  clicoriii"!1 up 11 bit.---Cliinuok  \rimciiiivt'i'.  commencing' at   3  p. 111. when the following- re  "^luTimTlvirnJFrnluuiTrecrttr  the gathering:   That on this  'Anniversary 'of the 'declaration of-a-RighteQus War.-this  ���������meeting-   of- the  citizens of.  Cumberlond' records, its, im-"  flexable detenni:i;\:ion to eon  tinue to a victorious  ei;d the  the struggle mi   maiiiieuenee  ' ol those ideals of liberty and  justice which which, are  the  common   and sacred' cause of  the Allies.     P>oy.Seo'ms* will  assist in the*p'.oeeedin������ ;,several prominent gentlemen of  this .oily will deliver Patriot  ic Addresses.     West  Uuuib  ciland Conseivaiive   P> a n d  .lifts    kindly     consented    lo  render Patriotic Selections du  ring the alternoon.     Every,,  body invited,  God Save The King  Charles' (Irant, appeared before  Mii'dsli'iitc liic.He on Monday,  eharoeu with speeding his auto  within ihe city limits. ��������� P. P,  Harrison defended. The case was  dismissed.  Will Benefit  pines  More Ships    Are   Expected   to  Visit     Island      Bunkering  .Ports in Preference  to   Colon   ,  position. ��������� The Canadian Collier  ies, Ltd., furnish coal to.thcy.eg-  ular liners at $4.50' per ton, aud  to tramp steamships at $4.75 per  ;.on. i3y loading,at the mines  here the vessels will effect a big  saving, and while the officials; of  the Canadian Collieries  are   not  ihclinee to in'ake   any piedietiou  \- *-- *r i������������������ 1  ';,,,������1   ,���������:,,���������clas to the real benefit   to   the  is..  Vancouver Island   coal  mines .    ���������     ^  ,'���������'*���������"' ->>7-X- ,, r.  ',������.���������: 1 ���������.,��������������������������� land at large of the   iucre'ose   in  a-irfr-cxpectcd to profit considero ���������-������  ,.    '"���������'"���������-���������        '  ..      r-n,.   tt������;i������-.^i  -"ate.-s, lliey intimate that  coudi..  bly as a. result   of  the   United 1 t , .  .,     -i    ��������� ��������� ., f  Itious will be greatly improved.  Stales government's decision to f        >      '  ,        .       r���������,,i   1 u,-.i Manv of the grain .ships   load-  increase the price of coal at Bal-        ,    - **��������� x  boa and Colon.'   The volume of ������* M Portland have been   mak  shipping* which   was lost by   Hie ing the ���������m to Colon with as lit  local mines following the open-  ino of the canal, will once more  be diverted to the old channel.  Although the new rates do nol  go into effect until September 1,  it is believed that the restoration of business here will be witnessed almost immediately.  tie coal iu their bunkers as possible, but after September 1 it is  almost certain that the vessels  will come to Comox to fill up  with bunkers. Pijl'ore the eana  was opened the grain ship:; al  ways bunkered at Comox, Jt is  'also expected Unit the rouie of a  The cilv    cuni'liilile   wi*-.|ic*-    lo  draw ihe   all nlimi   nf   users    of  automobiles lo   the,   hr-v   reiaiing  lo speeding,   lights,    oii\,    whieli  must he oliMU'Ved,   o   Erank Dalby and family are  ruMScaling at Deiiiniin Island,  Tlm Hoy Hcout-i lulu; gone into  eiiuiji at -Comox for a week.  Mr. and Mrn. J a a Hrowu h������v������  nioc ���������! !.-��������� f*.iml."'-l-ini], l\. C, ,'iflcr  pf-vi'.i'.il rti-M'it'Vi ii'-idimi"i' in CliiHi*  uior):. Mc. iilii'/i Millie J'u.'i' .'i.l:-  <T);:.*i'.������-i ��������� t- : dti 1 wi'i* C. S. Hu itli.  ~(J. il.i\v.....i Yii^t.i*-  . Mr. Evan Richards, of Sera 11  ton,   Pennsylvania,   arrived   in  Ihe cite be last  Satuulay's train  on a visit to his brother and .sish  er-in-law. Mr.  aud  Mrs.  Thos.  Richards, Penrith Avenue.   Mr.  Richards had nol seen   his  rel:-."  j fives for almost thirty yea:.**, and  ] m-cd!-.-:-:-* to say, it   was iudied  a  ; vt-ry p.c:i*-.iut surpiise after -meh  1    ,  I a long m paiatiou.  Oi'iiii'Miiimn in   Mmiiti'ba  have  iMitiyeil a |)rote>t ngaiiii"!  alteinpii-*  I lo introduce Sunday   ba*-eba!l   in-  j to  this   province,    The  Orange'-  I iiicn, or any oilier men,   who oppose Sunday   Iiiih'IhiII   are   right,  There is sn-cntiosity  nud   diMi'itc-  ctmii enough during  his   du\s in  tlie \i eek without   adding   teu-uini  to the seventh.     Suildav    basehall  I-* bniui*   1,11*01 il'*-'"ed    lii'i",ui'-e    pi*"-  fi'.-fioiiul   i-|>orf    manager.-   want  Sniiil.'tj    proliti",    It   js     nol.    .1  lieidlliy Kpori.promoting  pi-upi<>'.-  .      1 . , 1 -  I I1 !i I ,    I 1.1 l   '11        III 1111        11 in I u' 'l '   111.... 1 ..  si'lienie. Tlm i'.\pi'i.'������.-vd aim nl  Uie laws of Canndii \> to have a  ces-*atiuii of couiniercia!i.-in "u one  day iu the week. !t i- a -p!i*n-  | di'l aim, \ ii'\u-d I'rtiiii 1 In* iiii'i..;,  p.i'i ,s.i:;d, . nil ll l..i.,   t ,.[i.,;.i ;   . .. * *  any leij.itrnaie pu'.ilic ?iil","--'iVii!  tiipeif   I liliiiiii'.  i      '   -  Owing lo the scarcity of loun  age for handling coal Irom Newport News aud  other   American  coaling ports ou the Atlantic sea  board, combined with   the  high  charter rates demanded by steam  ship   owners, eon grew has  come  to the conblusiou that it   is  im"  iH'Ssibh' if   furnish   bunkers   in  the canal zone at the present rates, ami couseipu'iilly announce  the scale after  September   1   as  ; li.llows:    Colon, Wi per ton; Hal  '1 boa, ������7 per Ion .  I       Welcomed by Coal Men,  Word of Uie increase in the  rales was one of the choicest  pieces of news the coal kings ol  V.mcouve. island had received  lor a long time. Following the  opening of the canal, the East  Coast mines lusiyonsid-'uble bus  'juess.     lustean  01  11 ung   uu-r  The C-hy Cmacii met in ���������r������^jj-  lar   sf^sioii  on   Jilonday   evonintr,0.  .' G'  there   btfinii;  .present    AhH'-rmni ���������  ("arey, (-woke,    lb-own   M.eDonakt'  and tLie May-feii*.  -       * *  Minute.*  of   previous ' mwctiug ���������  were ivad and'adopted.  . 'Conr.iiuniealioii    was    receiv������d  from Lieulenjint-tiovernor i'o .pat    ,  7iT7Fi7fulm7ohstration   fo"TlnT���������HelTI-  throughout.tho province  on Aug.  ���������1-.    The Council decided tlmt the  city would take part  in    the   de-  iiiuij^trntiun, and   will-  make;   ai-  riingvineiils lor saiuc,.  *    Coiiiiiiuiiicition    w,is    received  from Courii-miy afking  .the   city  te join wirh them in   the  svpply-  iug of a lliaciiino  gun.    The ciiy  will bu willing to join wiih Court-  iMiay if a   miilicient' sum   is   -.iot  a'  raised here for the   purchu-iu   of a  uiJicliiuii gun.  Tin; inly will donate $',l~i to tin-  ���������j * < *'  miicliiun gun lnnd.  Aldermen Carey,    Cooke,    Mv-  Pnmdd .'im! Prow 11 h:iid   lliat-tJii'y  -.voiild like to see ;t yun   prmirinwl"  1-y ihe   m.-ipl'-yee-s   nf   ihe   Canadian (Joiiieriiv.  ,   Con.-tuble Waid'i* umort:  PoinnI lva.J*5:ii).������i'i; I'uliei- Court,  into Honolulu to repleui'di  their  ;j.(i(); |'iu,,- ']'a\, 1,<H);' Scales, o()c,  bunkers, but the coal ratts thcu-i     Aecniiii:--���������Kn^-.teii    Suwinill,  aro   high    aud  the   pilotage   is: Si-i'^; T,  K.    Hate,    7,00;   Klec,  heavy.    These shins  will   inu.vi' -':K||L ("y'/tf���������"'���������>'-   A-   u-   ^'"'������������������i'-  .mi' ��������� 11        1 1 i l*tt:i|il, A,"to,  likely cross  irom 1 longI'oua and j '  .,  , ',      .   .      ,������������������.,���������,,. ,i   ii,,.,, ;     Aid. Cm-ey   ivpnrMd   thai,   tiun  \ okohania to   Comox and   then; ���������       ���������  ..  ., 'm'IiohI    proiii'i'tv    wa*-   valiie-l    at  lollow ihe coast to llalboa. ��������� '    '  .     , ...iSliii-MJO.  The iueivasc in thf   rates will'     ,*��������� .    ,.   .        , , 1   1   ���������, 1  .,ll   was    iiiii\i*il.    Mi'iilniiil    ninl  result iu heavier  uut]mi  in   llu-1,,..,,.,.-,,,-  ,|ul ,!.i. Kiei-,  |,i,,|,j   c,,,  1 * r'  mines on the ICa-il COi'U'it-       Tile i he n.-ked Iii   I'-piaec   Hie   light uii  Canadian Collieries aie txpericii 1 lM".vi-*.i hmmjiui.  eing good limes at present.    Sev |    A U������g fui- tl..- uoo of   tin-   edy  ,               -Mill         1    .   Wan ordered pisrehn.-i'il     flnill     I'.,  enteeu boats wiil be bunkfU'd al    ;      '  Comox    this   mouth.���������Victoiia  great many of the tramps will  follow a different course when  steaming from the Orient to Hal-  boa,    Seme have  been   puttiin;  Paily Times.  \\> trust that  the  above may  prove I'oirect.���������Ed.  W, ll  icUIij,  Mivi-r>    l.ni'kiii'il     and      PleiN--  niiij; of the    Ciiuai-i.'ui    Collieries  ; ;n i\ eil fioui  \ ie.ii'iiu on   Moii'lnv.  ���������*  Ceorgn M"i*r:|'i'-id, m  .'\iiiriinn*,  A   ehoiei-   lot   ol   J/tciies'   ami I an i*. ���������-> 1 m l<m .1 m\    m.- --...-.j   un a  ' bunkeHS   to their eapaeitji's,   lin* 11, ^,,^1,,,,,,,,,^ Linen p'ahiie Vi i' ] ''i-ir to hi- t������i - >t imt   vf in.    Merri  '.-hips only took  mi   siif!k'i*-iu   to' m^ i ..-.,1s, juji up  in   m-i*   n-i -���������  \\ ���������..; ol 1 he   i loin! fun. ln'iliuid.  |mih them 10 Colon,    Hy this nu  , iliod iliev suceceiii-o    in   kiiuck.  auv s'>lc  you   want,  \\  j iug off quite a Huh- i'h Canal  j tolls, through Uie l.iet that they  1 -.vere uoi liding so deep.      Aud  ipoi:  'if  .1  i' .1.  1,oil  lin    I Oi.  only,   at  reduced  pi ices.   -Tilt:  Cl-M!l!*ta,\NJ> Ni-avs  ()'..'! .L.-!,-.  !'��������� .������������������! *', "���������!  1  v, -it   1-11,1      >*.i   1 veil' I*;:'.-" .it Cni'i"' ..  ]s'"w. iio-.vi .   :. HnU-^li Cnium  nl j tin* N'nUo'.i"* i**  u>i\v   <":'    ���������!" *���������  1  |il,   li   ( ''il'illl'')-!,     .11.1  ii  in  Ul,'   Vuk"l  K. V. P. ���������* ,,ii iii a    few   Vioiiri*  .1 ,   J'in ..,.*V     '   ������  i'   ���������'     "UT i'Jt'l) Ol  -nii.^.-ripii'ii'* 0 '������io'd t!<e  pMivli ni:  .���������!' ������ in m-.-iiif -juii.  '! in.   \i.*i*i.s.',, '1   ��������� ���������,'..    ei-:.,e    to  ������������������:ii'l'.il   Ueut.in    nil     Monday    by  ��������� tr.iiiji      l<   i'i  ..,,*.'    i ���������.! i-t--*.1 .   ;iMi ,    I'v.il    oih  Im' inaii .ii'.i.ii. THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.
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"Wormy,".that'** what's the matter ol  em    Stom     Genera,,s Baggage and Ability Is Con-
ach and intestinal worms. Nearly as bad as distemper ^   a y^^
Cost vou too much to feed 'em. Look bad���are Dad.
Don't physio 'em to death. "Spohn's" will remove the
worms, improve the appetite, and tone 'e . up all
round, and don't "phvsic.1* Acts on glands and blood
Full directions with each bottle and sold by all druggists
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Ind., U.S.A.
Should You Die Suddenly ?
Keep the Root over the Children's Head by a Policy ia
OFFICES:'    Winnipeg, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Vancouver,
Calgary,    Regina.      Agenls     Wanted
Can alwayB make sure of getting the hirhest prices for WH-ZAT, OATS,
B/S-mLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM
AND PORT AKTHUR and '-lavi-.ig them sold en commission by
the CliUdren's favorite
All Flavors
Packed in Gold
Can be had from
-^wiwg?^].^>-.f*igcyyjiyi^ *-     i
6a Weofftr free Oils book '*
a that tell"1 you nbout L
��vuniv of tho discuses \
H nfilictiru?   liorsos uud'
i llO\T 10 tl-CUt tllUBl,
Is n s:\Ui iii:.li(jlJ,il)lercniody. ItwJII
euro uiiifi-jniifi, Splint, mid other bony
enlftrpuf'-ills.   Jt is ii'po n. reliable fo-
mcit tor Oiirlos, f'pmiiiK, l$rni.*--c>s, Culs
iiiiti Lu:"'""-'**- jt Ouc-o lho work mluly
nml at <-niiill espouse.
K<"ni| -a'sat James M. Thompson, Frascr J
*Jj Mill-i, K.C, writes:  "Kindly send me one '
Bi^ ofj-oiirliorsi!books.   I 1i:ivl-:i Vclerinaiv
1*5 ii     ���'l"****!c Vhich I n-'iiJ S.v K.r, Imt I
Uj$I^V-^gM&  Jr.iB|fl-.l  writo
MM .,���n(i,ii*, w:1:."... -
The After Life
Sir Oliver Lodge  Maintains That the
Survival of Existence is Scientifically Proved*
Sir Oliver Lodge, ia au address at
Browning Hai), London, said tuac nis
belief ''ii, Uie survival of the soul altnr
death was based on definite scientific
grounds. ���
"I say it, because I know that certain friends of mine still exist, because 1 have talked to tliem. Communication is possible. One must obey the
laws, iind out the conditions. I do not
say. it is easy, but I say it is*possible,
and 1 have conversed with them as 1
could converse with anyone in this
audience now. Being scientific _ men
they have -given proof that it* is real,
not impersonation, not something emanating from myself. They have given
Uf-i'nite proofs. Some of them are being published, many are being withheld for a time, but will be published
"I tell you with all the strength of
conviction which I can'muster that
tne fact.is so, that we do persist, that
these people still take an interest i:
what is going on ,that they still help us
and know far more about things than
wc do, and that they are able from
time to time to communicate. I know
this is a tremendous statement���a tremendous conclusion. 1 don't think any
of us, I don't think t myself realize
how great, a conclusion1* it is.
"It is not for everybody to investigate everything, but* if persons give
���30 or '10 years of their life in this in-
'vestigation they are entitled to state
_r.es_u 11s���vduchJjthey. have arrived at.
You  must  have evidence  of course?
>' evidence���such as we have got���
,is recorded in the volumes of a scientific society, and there will be much
more evidence. The evidence is not
a matter for casual conversation;* it is
a matter for serious study, ami the
conclusions that may bo arrived .at
may be delayed.
'The conclusion is that the survival
o.fexistence is scientifically proved by
direful scientiuc investigation, ahd
tliat of itself leads us to a precepfion
of the unity running through all
states of existence. That is why I
say that man is not alone and that I
know he is surrounded by other intelligences. Ami if you once step
over" the boundary tliero is no limit .o
the Infinite Intelligence Itself. There
is no stopping. Vou must go on until
you come to God."
fm ��ccs,u,|,��
Dr. 3. J. Kendal! Co,
,     ���..,.����� Enouliuru rullttV.rnmit
jnsursneo 102 VCA
Vlatinum Ore Found in East
vanity of Leaders      lies-for the Enemyf Aching Bones and Sore Joints Cured!
All Rheumatic Tendencies Destroyed!
It may be laid down as a military
axiom that a general's ability is not
measured by the amount of baggage
.ie takes to war.
It is said that when Gen. Sir John
.-'reiK'h embarked to take command
���f the British forces all; the baggage
.ie took was contained,' in a single
juit case.
When Stonewall Jackson started
out on a campaign'he took along no
personal baggage except a withered
carpet bag of -ancient pattern, and
even this modest receptacle was but
halt* filled. Hoth these generals bear
distinguished' reputations as successful leaders.
Contrariwise,   when    Napoleon  III.,
Knipr-ror of France, left Paris in 1S70 ,
to   take  command    of    tho
which,  ne  said*, were  going
to Berlin, lie took along forty-eigiu j 'u-*.ry-
irtinks, besides - a most voluminous ! peace,
'"iiohen and bedroom equipage. The
.Ioniums"'got every scrap of it all t
Sedan. His son, the Prince Imperial,
���.-senpi-ii - from Sedan and the be-
leagupring Germans with his personal effects, which filled a special
train of five cars.
The Kaiser travels in a great train
surrounded by a large staff with
'.���ar loads of luggage and a special
kitchen with several chefs.
Language Purists Are Making Them-1
selves^ Busy *
Wonderful things are narrated in
the German press regarding the loss already incurred by Russians. The Tsar
is greatly disturbed, we are told, about
the fearful havoc wrought among his
best soldiers,. The "Berliner Tage-
blutt" states that in Moscow alone
over one million wounded are being
treated. Its correspondent learns tins
gruesome "fact" from the "most reliable source." The total Russian casualties already exceed two millions.
We are further told -that serious
differences have arisen "between the
Grand Duke Nichoals and the Tsar,
and that the Tsar expressed his belief
that the sooner peace is arranged the
better. * Tlie Grand Duke replied���the
armies ! intimate knowledge of things display-
straisiht j ��A by this correspondent is extraor-ii
a  Thousand    Claims  Have
Sta'i.d   Out  Near  North   ,,
A Umin-i'iiil claims. Have houn staked
at ilnUii-JTli'i), -10 miles cits* of North
li.iy. on the i-tivngUi of t *iuu samples
cui.l.unliig .i-i appreciable MU.iiilUy -f
l.H'l.ll*,   I'ulll.ll   ill   till:   OI*l',   Inn   it   is   in
pkiii'iaiii ll'- L tlio gi-**:iu*r value* lies.
An old iit'OHiicctor has lii-un worlc-
U\.r, i|...-:-i> cli-iiiiH ir. tin* 'jiicIhk nml
('Minn, ii:; a forlorn l\o\in for ycni's,
tt ,\no iiicitn..s ngn i   |)iiiiiiii-h>, iii;,u In
N 'i-'1-
n i: .pi
I ,'i..i
���    'I, ���
l,u*   i,
*��������������� *
ii,i ii ,*
.   .. i ,  )-,|i!tlci*il   to   l,ilie  *,-*,(Jlili-'
nml '.t'ii'1  laeiii iu Miiiiu pi-it-
illrl--,     in      ritlnl)ili*i'���     TlK'.V
i*' '.i!1!-;    *-" nil*.Ily  lu-''i't'.i<-
I'.'iy in'ii; mil lin i,' own 'v-
:h    In   lJiillii!iT,li*ii, and H In
**! L.ut Un-}' li'ivc liiinii.il
..!���!" -(|iiaiiiiiii m nl   ilii   oris.
Fresh Supplies in Demand.���Wherever Dr. Thomas' '-""electric Oil lias been
introduced increased supplies have
been, ordered, showing that wherever
it gots tills excellent Oil impresses its
power on the people. No matter ,n
what hit Kudo it may be found its potency Is never Impaired, It is put up
In most portable shapo in bottles and
can bo curried without'fear of breakage. "     ,
Palestine a Problem
To Cure Common Ailments
the Blood Must be Made
Rich and Red
Nearly all the diseases that affect
'.lumanity are caused by bad- blood-
weak, watery, blocd poisoned by impurities. Bad blood is the cause of
.leadacnes and backaches, lumbago,
.nd rheumatism; debility and indi-
.estion, neuralgia 'ami other nerve
troubles, aud disfiguring skin dis-
���rises like eczema and salt rheum
ihow how impure the blood actually
is. No use trying a different remedy
jr eacli disease, because they all
spring from the one cause���bad
olood. To cure any of thesa troubles
you must get right down to the root
of the trouble in' the bloou, and that
is just what Dr. \ "ill'iams' Pink Pills,
do. They make new, r'rrh blood and
thus cure these diseases .when common medicine fails. Mrs. John Jackson, Woodstock, Ont., suffered from
loth nervous troubles and a run
down condition and experienced a
uomplete cure through the use of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. Bhe says,, "i
was a sufferer for a number of years
from neuralgia, .and a general debil-
uy of the nerves and system. I had
tried several doctors aud many medi-
jincs but tq no avail until 1 began
Or. Williams' Pink Pills. At the time
-P-begn n-th e-Pi!!s-I-had-gm*.viu_so_b_a_d,
ihat 1' could hardly* be on my feet
and was forced to wear elastic bandages about the ankles. The pain 1
suffered at times from the neuralgia
vas terrible. 1 had almost given up
hope when. I began the use of Dr,
Williams' Pink Pills. In the course
of a few weeks 1 felt an improvement, and I gladly continued the use
of the Pills until I was once more
quite, well ancl *.l*le to attend to an
my household duties."
If you are ailing begin to cure
youi'se'lf today with Dr. Williams'
pink Pills. Sold by all medicine
dealers or by mail at 50 cents a box
or six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
that, if the .Tsar decided on
it would cost him his throne
indyhe Grand. Duke his head. Further, we aro informed that the Grand
Duke is very angry at the existence
of an alleged camarilla of German
princesses at the Russian court, of
whom tlie Tsarina is chief, and the
Tr.ar was plainly told by th'- ira'e
commander-in-chief  tliat   if  lie    (the
'Tsar") would only defeat the German
ladies, he (the Grand Duke). would
take, care to defeat the German
The absolute nonsense written and
apparently believed about the condition of things in Russia is appalling.
The Grand,Duke, who is one of the
mildest mannered of men, is described
. as truculent and cruel, anj the ab-
surdest details are eagerly read of
acts of severity* practised by him or
at his^commanu on inoffensive and
stupid subordinates. We are told that
tho Russian armies have no money at
their disposal, that they are in want
of rifle's, ammunition, hoots,-etc., etc.
No invention about the Russians is
silly enough for the readers of the
German press, and it is amazing'that
Germans who, five months ago, wore
supplied with stories about the efficiency, bravery and reliability of the
Russian troops, and believ-id' them,
should now* as readily believe the contrary..
The* German ' newspapers report
from Constantinople that the Kaiser
has presented the Sultan witn a mag-
niliccnt and costly lamp to be ���hung
in the famous Mosque of Sultan Sela,-
heddin, at Damascus. The lamp is the
work of Turkish aiid Arab artificers,
and is'made of bronze and gold, and
after the best Arab models.
Sultan Selaheddin is the famous
Saladin of history, a ruler for whom
tho Kaiser has always professed undoubted admiration.
Away   Go    the   Crutches,
Every  Sufferer Made
Well Quickly
Old age is usually afflicted with
rheumatism. Very few past fifty escape its tortures.
.Many it bends and deforms. Upon
the countenances of others it marks
the effects of its awful suffering. Nerviline will cure rheumatism. It takes
the pain out of throbbing muscles and
swollen joints, It untwists gnarled
knuckles. It does this quickly and
Nerviline is not used intcrnplly. You
just rub it on���lots of hard rubbing is
required for a minute or two and then
you feel Nerviline penetrating through
i the tissues; you feel it drawing out tho
congestion, feel it sink in deeper and
���deeper till at last it touches the core of
the joint or the heart of the muscle affected.
You won't stay in pain with Nervl
line���no one ever, does. Just try it���
you will be amazed at its magical power over pain, & power it gets from the
extracts and juices of certain rare
herbs and roots it contains. It's harmless���any child can use Nerviline, can
rub it on for a sore throat, for a bad
cold, for stiff neck, for' earache. No
family remedy half-so useful.
The large 50 cent bottle is the most"
economical; trial size 25,cents. All
dealers, or the Catarrhozcne Co.,
Kingston, Canada.
Inventor of Revolvers
First   to
Professor Calm in Trenches
: .Mi-i.i:-'l Ci/., I.liiili'-il.
I huvu iii-i'-d yuiir M
U.\'l.\;'*;,\"r i"i- inn luiiit '-ii
,n| .. liilM I have iii-ciuiiiiiiiilly
li' i luiiiii.'iit'i I cm '������al'ei*. -''iy
havi.' iifvi'i* iiM'il inly n)iiiil  Ln
)'' ��� ii,
-...i ii ,
tliii I.     !
ir riibl��-*'l liciwi' ii Ilio Ii.imiIh mni
|.'!.��*. d I'i'.:|-,'.t iilij, ll will lU'ver
/ii; ["> "un- mid In the In ad In --I
iiu-iiH.   It Hi Hiiro tin; lii-i.l I'or brulH'-H,
tii" "lllt'i   ''(.<���'���
Vour;- truly,
kill ii.until
.\ yiiung lawyer Imd liu'-n iippnm!.*.''.!
1,1 in-ill.il il lit*,,iu uniy .in., i\,��� ,'..(.,
t> Cinl'J'--'-' I ullli,-l'*l f"l' lll'U-'rll', l-',l'-i'"'
f-��- ii'i ac'i'iiiti'l Min ymiir^ iittonn--)
en "illi.r.i-i'il HDVirul jurors who, lm
B'li-I i.light havo a prejudice ui;iiiiiht i'ln
,1 r ��� I wi'i i- #iTi> oi.ii,-> ���    in--     ,���  .
ed t-i tin-*, iii-nro.
���'.'-,'.i, Ikiki*," Hftl'l Hi'' (I'-furKiaril. "hul
A'i -,\;iii*.h yo tor challitiigi. dm JinU:<*.
.' . - ��� I" un convict Ml iiiiilah hdu m*\-
nt, t.iini now and All lliluu liu'-s i*,ul
i-i iiivjiulloi" urKii'ttt mo."
Newspaper     Points    Out
Difficulties of  Present
The French newspapers 'juoto Uio
Cairo Aranliin imlly newspapui' .-\i
���A'niani as say inn;
"I'l-uiii Kuohrapiilcn] coiisiileratloiifi
I'alc-lhii* Ih lu Knyiil w'"lt Albania
,.-> ,., Hal) ur ihu .V.i.ierluii.l:* to (Jrem
l.i'liiiiii. Cui'i'iLil oVi'iil.i have proved
iiiiti Kg.vpt can lm one day or uiiolliol*
llin'iiien. d irom iliat iiiiiil'ti-r. Tin.-1'c-
iiii'c a hi ili.-i.iliitoly'liiili.spirjHiible ior
ilivni llrltulii linu lliii* coitiilry slioiild
l.i.c.iiii.- a iii.'ilti'ul i;l.'it<' or tic nun ,.\-
i d Hul. tin. nlijcctiiiii to ii 1 iritin.li
iu-i*ii|iiitiiiii of I'alcHlliH' in t'niil If lin-
.ju'.jmih o iipi'im a iloor uu l*'i;y|it It
aiHii ln)lil�� the relation to ihln country
(i|   nil   l.\il,      llllii      Mill   IH'OKl'llCO   of   u
iiri'i! h i;.i-iI.'Iijii In I'ali'iiiiin* would
l-i'i'P tin' liiliiiiiliiniisi of Hyria uwiiko.
Nu il In hi-lli'i' to fiulvu thu pioblein
ijy iiuiil ni lily,"
Tlm Loudon (ilolm In tliln connoc-
iluii i-i'shitci'Im Ui': fiiriiiatloii of ii new
JcwIhIi kliigdoin, ThiiH would the
liropiiecii'H of .^1(1KI'S nml other propli-
i'ii; b" I'ullilli'-l coiii'i'i'iiing the .IowIhIi
i'fii!ili--niiii<.*o lii'stlnoil to propuro for
Uio coining of iliii'lHt.
Lecturer    of    Manchester  University
Had Unusual Experience
' I found a French soldier busily engaged digging a shrapnel ball out of
his boot���a ..ur'cus placo to find a
bullet, says a correspondent at the
The boot was ono of a spare pair
lying at the bottom of his knupsa*k
and tho thick solo luul probably saved tlio Frenchman';* lifo, for lt nad
arrested tho bullet, which had passed
through the knapsack's oilier contents.
Hut what surprised me most was
Llie identity Of tno soldier lilmeolf. lie
was Professor T. Tailovolx, lecturer
In French language and literature in
MauchoRtor Uiilvoriity,
Professor Tuilnvoix believes that
any mnn in tho tronelu s can Bchool
himself to dfsrcfrai'd offecls of continued "alu'lllng."
''('iiiici'iiirute one's,, thoughts on
one's hobby or sonicLlilng of interest,"  miiysi   Proi'osHiu* Tnllavolx,
"For myself, my interest Hen In ro-
Hcnrcli work, nml, strange as It mny
ii'i'in, I Imvo Kiient ninny liapjiy hours
iiii'iilnll*/, in tiio llritlHh liiiiuiiuin.
"I poru i,ivur booki and niiiki* iiol'B
!ml 1 miii'l. iidmil. It Is railh'i* n shock
.Midili'iily to como to onnsolf mil llml
.t ik ii tt'i'iicli on a butt Infield mid not
my bi'lovcd iiiusruin aroiiml mo."
Reduced by Asthma.���The constant
strain of asthma brings the patient to
a dreadful state of hopeless exhaustion. Early use should by all means be
made of the famous- Dr. J. D. Kel-
Sogg^s ^sthua Remedy, which more
"than~any ot.iieTJact*rT]uickly-aird"-sure-"
ly on Uie air passages * and brings
blessed help and comfort. No home,,
where asthma is present in the least
degree should be. without this great
,. A sailor was called into the witness
box to give evidence.   "Well, sir," said
the lawyer, "do you know the plaintiff
and defendant?"
"I don't know the drift of them
words,"  answered   the  sailor.
"What! Not know tho meaning of
'plaintiff' and 'cu..aidant":"' continui-d
the lawyer. "A pretty fellow you are
to come here as a witness! Can you
tell mc where on board tlia ship it was
this man struck the .other?"
"Abaft the binnacle," said the sailor,
"Abaft tho binnacle,"' said the lawyer.   "What do you mean by that?"
"A pretty fellow you," responded
the tailor, "to como here as a lawyer,
and don't know what 'abaft the binnacle" means!"���Case and Comment,
Birmingham    Artisan   .Was
Perfect Deadly Small Fire-
" Arm
One of tlie most interesting figures
in the iiniustrial life oi Birmingham
���jassc-d away roceiwly in tlie person of
.Mr. Henry Jones, who had attained
the remarkable . age of 102,. and had
almost all his life beon connected with
tho gun trade. Indeed, he was described as "the father of the Birmingham gun trade," and for many years
he was , regarded amongst the most
skilful craftsmen in the city.
When his school days were over
VM'r; Henry Jones was put to the gun
trade, and for S5 years worked at the
bench. He produced a number <-f
opoch-making improvements in the
construction of firearms and iii 1835
invented the first self acting revolver.
His father conceived tho happy idea'
of bringing the invention before the
naval and. military authorities of the
day, and he * arranged to give a lecture on "Some llacent Improvements
in Gun Mechanism" at the Polytechnic,* in London." That was in 1835.
The room was filled with rcpresenta-
live officers from both arms of the
service,, and at the close, , of the
lecture the revolver itself was handed round and so grout "was the interest created that orders for $3,50u
worth of pistols were booked in the
Formerly; , the nearest approach to
this weapon was the "four-shot" pistol,
made chiefly in West Bromwich���a
crude contrivance in which the barrel
containing the four shots had to be
rotated by hand. In 1S58 Mr. June?
laid, the gun trade under a lastin*'
obligation by its improvements in tin
mechanism of the-breech loader���im
provementj on uthe introduction o
which the. breecn loader became the
simple, safe and reliable type of
weapon we now know.it to be. That
; inventor himself mado little' out
mischance; he- entered .into an arrangement with a firm of gunmakers
-ho undeitook to patent the invention
and share the profits, .They, applied
for and obtained protection, but unfortunately omitted to complete the,
patent, 'with .the'result that after a
few months the improvement became
public property. ' Hence' the inventor
remained comparatively poor and lost
-.uosi in obscurity.
A, little girl, about six years old,
was visiting friends and during the
course of ihe* conversation ouo of
them remarked;
"1 hear you liavo a new littlo sid-
"Yes," answered the little girl;
"just two weeks old,"
"Did you want it to bo a little
girl?" nsked the frlond.
"No. I wanted It to bo a hoy," she
replied: "but It came while I was at
school."���New York Ulouo.
.^ ���.-, ��� GranuiVcif tyclids.
.-.��.,''L^ M   '',>   ���'���>*'S   "'���,,'ri""il   "-'V t*M">-
' '^ line in Sen, i-irsinmi ttinci
rC ��, //"V*-* >i'i'---l'lri*bt*',Ahy Murine
i-'.w V 'UO iK-UfmeiJ). N.KSm-iri.iifi,
^ jii-t   Kve Giiiifiirt.    Ai
\ 'i'.r I'mj-f-iu't llie pif llottlc   Murine l'j��
f��4\eia'! iibti2^-, F'l'Ka-iiolilif I jrtrfe.uk
UlDj.^.lt, Ol Muiilitl)K"<itliJtL,)C'��.,('Iliu*J9
All Gemany is Knitting
KniMini' I'liiflfiimi- Ih a sacrod
thing to tlu- tfiriH and woiinr-n ot uci-
ui.ii,;. i... o ;���!!'; *..(-n;i ".i '..' h'Aw
u.-iril fo;- lin* lniidiihl'* piirpoHD of pro-
tilling tin' ('N'inan Kolilloi'H lu tlio bat-
ih' Inn* with good, buliii, "lioiuu mmk-"
llJOtgi III",
lu litu siri'iil enn), In the cafes, on
���I ���        ���,.,, .1,  ,.!���,,
II .'        ������>     I         I   ���> ,..-.- - ���   .
can  In:  m;i-i;    busty  hands  wiih  utili
|��llhl'-r   IH'Cllll-H,
Of Into the wniiii-n of IWirlli*. have
liri'ii in line what oMtHpf-ratciI. Tim
iiiiiiiiigi.'i.n nt of tiio municipal fitrei*;
inr Hi-1'vn-i' ban announced that knit-
ilmr  r.u>i'hinv,'-i  while    silting  In  the
i .ii a   lililht   i-i'iiHi;.
('(iinliictoi'H liavo linen furnlHlifi!
v. in. ��.,,i.;.i of tliv Holcmi' ''iik-i-in,'
uliieli injiiiiDS tlii'in to ai-k Avmni'ii
'���ui*.!*.-''.! in this occiijiation to stop
it or "i.liiiily i.tfp out*-ide."
, in- [���>���...-on kIv-ui by ..i��- frr-ot rnr
mauiiRcni' nt Is Hint tliero is conslii-
t.'i-.iiilii il.-iti^*. r uf i*,;:j,<;c,.iti' n; falline Into thr.' ri"iwlli-8.
A Horrified Mother
A T.oult-ivllli) w'ijniiui, who In f-oine-
what or a crank on hyidciri und who
lii'lngii up hor HiiuU! diiugiuer according lo Ihe latest molliodH, took the
chilli on a day train to a nearby littlo
town, Tlio mother Rlghuil an fllio
������.Inneed ut iho dusty velvet seat and
jliiinly wl.iilrnvs). Tlio yuungstcr, how-
uvcr, folded her mimiciired llngors In
iiur wlilio )ili|uo lap and upparently
tried to iibHorh ns littlo dirt aa pos-
tilblc. Looliing ul> from lior mngazliif,
��� hn iiivi-iipiii'ito pnrr-nl wim hnrrlllo.l
io find the small ilauglitor'H Jaws working viiilenti>.
"Wliat hiivo you In your mouth?"
���*hf dV'iimnili'il nt onno.
"I'.iini." onlil tho child.
' Whore did you get it?" gasped the
'I III1  ('lll)il   )ilill|-.l ll   H)   a  l ir.-vii,   Wuiv.*
spot on the grimy wlndowBlll.
"Then-," Bhu buIJ. ��� KoulHVinc
Tim os.
A Neighbor Told
Him To Take
If yon want to know what Gin Pills
will do for you, just ilrop a linu to
Mr. I>. A. YorUt-, nl Jlellroc!:, Out.
lie will tell you what Cin fills did
for him, niter he had siillcrcil with
Kidney trouble for 13 years. Here
his letter:
"I Hiiffrrrii tor nl'i'iit I'i j'cnri n-llli
mv IviJiicj-N, 1 i-oulil (ji't miiliini; in
Iii'lp mu, 'J lip pnin Winl. nil iIihmikIi
my I'lcle nnil kluuilili-r** nml ilnwn
llioi'.ilvt-ii ol myK-i.'ii. When 1 wnuKI
lilt ilown I'nr a while, 1 rouKI nnt
i;lr,*ili:hli'n up nirnin unlil 1 woulil
wnlii a un! nr moir, die pain \v,i> -.o
rrcnt, A iir!|>liliiu* ailviw-il mo lo tnlio
(US I'll.l.S,_ I iliiUouiiiUiK Uixtfi
rurcil mo, It it nlmiit two unit ii li.ilf
yt-nm nincn I quit Uliini; tliein. My
IiarU !��� nil r!|;lit I mi pulnn nml nn
iiinrcli-iikm-lie. lllmnk(ilNl'II,1.S
for it nil���ilicyurawnril) ihrirwcielit
InifolJ." I). A.YOKKK.
"Iiiil you sen anyiliiiiR that particularly struck your fancy wlir-n you wero
',n,V.'.u^ around tlif fiirnltiiro sliops io-
day?" nsl'c-il a yoi np liu.'.bainl of Ills
iiildc on her rf'turn from .. tour of
I'lirnlniro {nHportinn.
"Yii��." shi' ruplli.d, "I nnw lomothinc
>.xiTcillnrcly prr-tty in l.ioklnR jjlftsaofl."
���'I hnve no doubt you did," ho oh-
aurvoil, "if you looke-1 lata thom."
And tha halo ot a calm, twoot peace
rehtii upon that homt.
HOc. n hor, 0 lor $?.��).   .Hold in the
Trial treatment it you write    m
N.\tional Drug SI Chemical Co.
ot Canada, Limited,   Toronto
Spotting New Recruits
Tlie new British recruit, thouyh still
in civilian clotlung may ov' sp HUd
among the crowd by noting his uro-
nuiu-iation of the followin*; words:
route, rations and reveille. If he caiis
them boldly ';rowt," rashi,on?," aad
"revally,'" u Is a sign of military .n-
liuence exercised upon-- the ordiua.-y
civilian pronunciation of these words.
Hut as far. as we know there is no
military authority for placing the accent in "reservist" on the lirst instead
of the second syllable, as ou3 bears it
sometimes. Tlie pronunciation and
spelling of some' other military terms
are more debatable.���ilanelrester
Cured of Piles
and Eczema
By Using Three Boxes of Dr. Chase's
Mr. Abrani Buhr, Herbert, Sask.,
writes; "1 want to say ihat, I was-,
troubled with eczema and piles ana-
suffered greatly from the itching,
burning sensations caused by these
annoying ailmeuts. t sent for a free
sample of Dr. Chase's Ointment, and
this did me so much good tliat I
bought .three boxes more, and after
using same was cured of both eczema
and piles."
This is the kind of letters "*-*e receive
laily from' people    who   havo    been
cured* of  these  distressing  skin   diseases by the uso of Dr. Chase's Oint-
nen't.    No matter how skeptical   you
light be, you-could no*, read these .e1.-
^rs for many days without concluding
aat  Dr.   Chase's    Ointment  .s    un-,
-.oubtedly the most prompt relief and
jrtain cure for these ailments.
If you have doubts send for a free
sample box and bo'convinced. It..was
by use of a free sample that Mr. Buhr
was convinced   of the merits of this
treatment.   Forjale at all dealers, or
EdmansoTi,"""B"ate"s"~S��� CoTTjiTnitedr^o--
ronto." ���
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
will, drive  worms  from    the  system
without    injury to tlio child, because
cs   action,   while   fully   effective,   is
National Aniline Dye Works
British   Government Organizes  Company���Step Towards Independence of Germany
" No official statement lias been issued in London regarding tho scheme
for u national aniline tlyo industry, but
committees have boon formed and* a
company organization mapped  out
Tho company, if Is understood, wiil
bo capitalized at ,C;*.0OO,OOO ($15,000,-
0001, on which tlio Government will
advance ��1,1)00,000 nt J'our por cent,
interest, principal repayable in 25
years. The interest nnd sinking fund
to repay the loan will come out of the
company's profits, ond not tuucli the
��� Tho stock Is sul'flci'lbcd by textile
mnnul'ur'luroi'H, tho principal users of
synthetic dycH, and liy contractu binding users to purclniHO their supplies
from lho company I'm* llvo years aftor
puaco is decliu'Pd, Ily that (lino it Is
behoved that all tlio ilyen needed for
homo use, nt leant, will bo British
miulo. llorotol'oyr* (Irenf I'rltuln Ihik
boon almost an clopniKlont on (inr-
many for aniline colors as tho United
dtales Is,
Minard's Liniment CurcB Garget In
COWb. 1
The weathrr forecaster had crossed
the Styx and was swelling around
among the other shades, telling what
a smart man he was' on earth. At last
a venerable shade approached the
weather forecaster and said:
"Why do you wear an those medals?"
"I was the champion weather forecaster whilo I was on. oarth," was the
"It is strange that I never got any
medals,'   mused the venerable shade.
"Why?" r.sked the wenihc-r. forecaster.   "Who nre you?"
"I aiii Noah," replied the venerable
shade.���Cincinnati Enquirer.
The vocabulary of the New Standard Dictionary of 'the "RnRllsh language aggregates approximately 450,-
000 words, Tho "RnRllsh language contains approximately 000,000 words, Of
this total nearly one-half consists of
sclentillc terminology, and of nrclmlo
or obsolete ternu.
Brenklnrj n "Hoodoo"
Although this Ih considered nn on-
llghuinod niio, the nuiUH of Uioho who
hi.'lli'vij lu pot mipoi'HlltloiiH uro proity
coimldornblo still, TIiIh Ih OHpoclnlly
triio of the iiiiiigliitnl hoodoo that
clings to Friday, thn tlilrteanih.
A man walkod Into a Jowolry store
on the recent Friday, the thlrleontli,
i}inl deposited a lifinvy gold wedding
ring on tho hIiowchho,
"How much for llils?" he asked tho
"Glvo you a dollar," wag tlio nns-
wnr, after un cxumlimllou of tho
ring. .
"You're on," Bald tho man, "on con-
dltlon you loml mo your hammer for
. i. ,.i.-, ... i.,.rti>
Tho hn miner foil mercilessly on tlio
gold hand, reducing it to junk, Attur
receiving tho dolliu* note from the Jeweler, the vandal lit a match ami tho
noto wns soon reilncod to smoko ami
��� Thn nma?,oment of thr�� Jowclcr waa
dissipated by lho o.\j>l[innnim ot uin
customer tliat lio Iind beon married on
Friday, tho thirteenth, Jim thirteen
yours ftk'o.
"I think I hnvo closet] tho chapter
now, thou Kb," ho iiimouncod,���Columbus Dispatch,
The Germans recently confiscated
bows nml arrow* found in northorn
nelglum, whoro nrehory btlil flour*
lilies. French hwniorlstii wero amused
at this nctlon nt the Jlm��. but It a\t-
ppnra Hint tjio Ilelglana were uitlng-
tho arrows to shoot letters Into Holland to avoid lho German conoorahlp.
Finds Health in Lydia E.'
Pinkham's Vegetablo
Creflton, Iowa. ���"I BiifTorml -with {a*
main troubles from tho timo I came Into
^w^.'^.^-y-f.ygjwoniiiiiliooil until I
|i!^.:S^^^Vjh��ul taken Lydia E.
-::-.-".'���. -���r--"i=-=.s->.  ]>j���j{|���wn's  VcReta-
bio Coin|)Ound, I
would Imvo puiriB If
I overworkod or
lifted anythlnpf
heavy, and I woukl
bo bo weak and n��*r-
voub and in bo much
mii-cry tliat I would
bo prostrated. A
friend told mo what
your medicine had dono for her and I
tried it It mndo me Rtronfl* and healthy
and our homo la now hnppy with a buhy
boy. I am very glad that I took Lydia
E, Pinkham'fl Vegetable Com*x*und and
do all I can to recommend it"���Mra.A.
I). JIohcamp, 504 E. Howard Streot-,
Creston, Iowa.
Tons of Roo-to and ITorltn
are utixl annually in tlio umiiuf.r-.olur**
ol LyJia E. Tlnkhnm'a VogotaYAo Compound, whicli la known from ocoan to
ocean as tho itandard remedy foi
fornate ilia.
For forty yoani thin famous root and
Lv^'o c;:J!c!.ic kn" t*'w"'�� pri��-*mln*ntty
Buccemful In controlllnf* the dlsouea of
womon. Merit alone could bav* itood
tliti tost of time.
If yon havo tho ���Hfthtcut doabl
tliat Lydin E. I'lnktmm'H V��trot��t*
Wa Componnd-wlU holp yon,writ*
toLydlaK.IMnUImni ModlcIn-nCo*
(oonfldnntlal) Lynn,Mn��n.,fora>*l-
Tioe. Yotii* lottitr will houpcucd*
rend nnd nnttworod hy n xv<mitt*a#
and held In atrlct oonlldftttro.
.V.N.U. 1038
'.'' 1
Ml THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  c/y  How Zam-Buk  Cures Skin  Diseases  As soon as applied, Zam-Buk  penetrates right to the very  root of the disease and kills  the cause thereof. The rich  "herbal essences then so stimulate the cells below the surface  ���������that new healthy tissue is  formed, which, as it grows,  forces out the diseased tissue.  Zam-Buk cures from the bottom  up. This is the reason that  ���������sores and skin diseases cured  vby Zam-Buk, do not,return.  Zam-Buk is entirely different from all other ointments.  Jt docs not contain harsh min-  ���������erals, or poisonous coloring  matter. Nor docs it contain  .coarse animal fats, which, in a  .short time, go rancid. Zam-  Buk will keep indefinitely.  Many people have been cured  iby Zam-Buk after having suffered years and spent hundreds  ���������of dollars trying various reme-  ���������dies in vain. If you suffer from  --any skin disease or injury,  .benefit by tlie experiences of  ���������others.1 Try Zam-Buk first.  Don't trouble with useless  -.remedies.  Zam-Buk is unequalled for  ������������������eczema, piles, pimples, cuts,  burns, bruises, cold sores, frost  Jbiles, chapped hands, and all  .skin diseases and injuries  We are so convinced that a  trial of Zam-Buk will prove to  you its superiority, that Ave will  send you a FREE TRIAL box  -on receipt of this article, name  of paper, ahd lc. stamp to pay  return postage. Address Zam-  Buk Co^ Toronto.  All Druggists and Stores sell  Zam-Buk at 58c. box  Marvels in Mathematics  Young Hindoos Solve Complex Problems instantly Without Ever Putting Pencil to Paper '���������'  There is at the present time studying at Cambridge one ot the most "wonderful mathematicians the world has  ever seen���������a 'young Hindoo, Mr. S.'  ���������Ramanujan by name���������whose work, although he is only twenty-six years of  age, says London Tit-Bits, has excited  the admiration of all mathematical experts.. Perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Ramanujan is that,  as a mathematician, he is quite untaught.  Until a year ago he was a clerk In  the employment of the Port Trust of  Madras.  But in spite of this, he has, to quote i  Mr. Hardy, Fellow of Trinity, who has'  taken a great interest in Ramanujan,  "discovered for himself a great number of things .which the lending maiae-  matlcians of the last hundred years  had added to the knowledge of school  men, although he was-quite ignorant  of their work - and accomplishments.  Indeed,.his mathematical education is  rather a mystery, ami the llrrt 1 knew  of him was about fifteen months ago  when he wrote to me explaining who  "tie was, and sent a large number of remarkable matheinathical theorems  which he ha.i proved."  This is the second "mathematical,  genius produced by India in the last  three years. At tho end*'of 1912 the  members 'of the Royal Asiatic Society  held a specially convened meeting at  Colombo, when they wero astonished  by the arithmetical powers-.^f a Tamil  boy, Arumogan. A complicated series  of sums had been prepared to test the  boy's powers, each of which he answered within, a few seconds. One  sum was:*' "A" chetty gave as" a treat  to 173 persons a bushel of rice each.  Each bushel contained . 3,531,272  grains, and the chetty stipulated that  seventeen per cent, should be given to  the temple'.* How many grains did the  temple ��������� get? Within three seconds  came the answer (which had' to bq  translated) 10,913,709, with fifty-two  as the fraction' over.  GETTINCJl^Frll  mm  ilCKNES!  Nothing has ever  equaled or compared  with the medicinal fats  in Scott's Emulsion to  arrest the decline, invigorate  the  blood, strengthen the  nervous system, aid the appetite and restore the courage  of better health*.  ������������������     '      m I  Scott's Emulsion I*   Al  pure health-build- figj  Ing food, without  harmful drugs.  TRY IT  PS"  ^  14-41,.  B*ware  of  Ointments  for Catarrh  That'  Contain Mercury  ������s mercury "will surely destroy the senso  of- smell and,icompletely derange the  whole system when entering it through  the mucous surfaces. Such articles should  never be used except on prescriptions  from reputable physicians, as the damage  they will do Is ten fold to the good you  can possibly derive from them, Hall's  Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.  Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O., contains no  mercury, and is taken internally, acting  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's  Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally .and mado  ln Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.*  Testlmonlals   free.  Sold by Druggists. Price, 76c. per bottle. **���������  ' Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Romance of Seas a Memory  Passed With the Passing of Baltimore  Clipper  Ships   From   Paths  of  Ocean  Commerce  Very few of the deop sea sailing vessels remain afloat, observes the Buf-  Enquirer. The glory of the Baltimore  clippers and the Liverpool packets has  departed with them, and* with tho  glory iias gone most of the roui&nee  of the oceau���������and very considerable  brutality, also, for before the era of  steam no nation had -adequate laws  for tbe protection of sailor folk, and  a mate's first qualification , was the  ability to manhandle all hands in his  watch.  Laws and customs have so veered to  the other extreme now that the preservation of indispensable discipline is  sometimes a problem. "With sail power  nearly displaced by steam, many  routes to distant ports have been  shortened, and passages which formerly required months are made in as  many if not fewer weeks. The Suez  Canal cut off much of the traffic  around the* Cape of Good Hope; the  operation of the Panama' Canal   will  Pay Your Bills  Prosperity Is Not In Saving Money so  Much as In Paying Bills  No matter what tbe currency system, general prosperity depends on all  of us paying our bills promptly.  ��������� This system which ,we call business,  and which by the way is nothing more  than supplying one another's wants, is  absolutely dependent on each individual for its full and easy operation.  An the individual includes everyone���������the small and the larger business, the richest capitalist and the  humblest worker.  Thore Is an Interdependence upon  each; each of his brother's keeper in  the free circulation of money throughout the business fibre; and that is essential to all of us in business���������not  Just for profit, but also to pay for  what each must buy in rendering his  service to another.  In nearly every business there Is an  item known as Working Capital or the  money used by say, a manufacturer in  paying for his labor and certain other  cash items ..during tho interval between when goods are made and when  they arc paid for.  Interest must be charged on this  working capital, no matter whether it  Is possessed outright by the concern  that uses it or whether it.is borrowed  from a bank; and the sum of this interest must bo charged to the cost of  doing business, and which those who  uso the service of business must  pay.  The slower each Individual is in paying his bills, the larger the item of  working capital required, tho larger  the Interest charged and the greater  the cost of. doing business���������all of  which finally is charged to the debtor;  consumer.  , If, say, thi*- smaller final consumer  pays -his biljs ['promptly the retailer  can pay his jobber promptly, the joh-  tne manufacturer, the manufactur-  i'r the peoplo from whom he has obtained material and supplies, and so  on clear through the business fibre;  General prosperity begins-with the individual.  It is in all of us paying our biils  promptly���������even unto the least individual'and the least amount.  General prosperity Is not in saving  Millions Spent Here  Allied Governments Placing Orders  For Troops In tho Field  About sixty minion dollars, roughly  speaking, has been spent in Canada  by the' Canadian and allied governments since the war broke out. The  cable estimating at fifty millions the  total of orders by the Allies is somewhat exaggerated, but they are constantly being placed, and that figure  will be reached before long at the  present rate.'  The militia department is pursuing  the policy of ordering well in advance  the clothing, and equipment required  for all the expeditionary forces, and  about all the contracts "required for a  considerable timo have now beon  placed throughout tho country. Woollen and textile mills, clothing, underwear and saddlery factories are working day and night and furnishing a  compensating stimulus to an industry  which otherwise might be adversely  affected by the war.  This, in addition to the assured  demand and high prices for Increased  agricutural products,- make tho gen-  oral outlook for Canada as bright as  for any country in tho world.  Costiveness and Its Cure.���������When iho  excretory organs refuse to perform  their functions properly the intestines  become clogged. This is known aa  costiveness aud if neglected gives rise  to dangerous ' complications. Panne-1*  lee's Vegetable Pills will effect a  speedy cure. ..At the first intimation of  this ailment the sufferer should procure a packet of the pills and put himself under a course of treatment: The  good effects'of the pills will be almost  immediately evident.  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Cut out cathartics and pureaUre*.   Tbty at*  brutal-hnrsh-unnecestary. Ity  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable. Act  gently on the liver,  eliminatr bile,and  soothe ihedeli-  catemrmbrane  of ihe bowel.  Care Con-  ttiration,  Bitioat-  ntst.  Sick ttcedacht and IndigtstioH, at mi'/'om  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price  Genuine must bear Signature  Food Conditions are Acute  NIGHT NOISES  Indian,.Trappers Turn'to Fishing  , The fisheries department has learn-  <D(i something of the distress among  "the Indifins and some of the settlers in  ������������������tlie' west through the special permits  -that have been sought to enable them  ilo fish in tho northern lakes.  Since (here is no market for furs,  .the Indians in some parts have sought  to make a living by fishing. Some of  -.the northern settlers, and a certain  -.number of men who were out of work  :in the cities have followed the same  ...course, and the government have  .-granted the applications wherever it  was feasible to do so.  The consumption of fish in the  "United States, which Is the great  ������������������marlcol, has, however, fallen off vory  ���������considerably and prices are low.  Minaret s Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Our Indian Troopa  The Indian forces have fulfilled, nnd  ���������more thnn fulfilled, tho highest hopes  '.that wo ontortalnod of them.   They  have shown not merely courage, but  ���������sreadincss and stauchness in a man-  .ner which has awakened tho admlra-  ���������tlon of somo of thOBO -who have never  rrsoon thom boforo.   Thoy havo paid a  heavy tribute ln casualties,   I nm certain that on tho plains and hills of  "India Just the samo prldo will ho folt  by ihoso who havo lost, their brothers  .-and Rons ns Is folt by us on this side  ^���������of tlio water.���������Mnrquls of Crowo.  .Canadian Expert   Gives   Interesting  Analysis of Enemy's Food Supply  >    -..        Problem  That the '*>od' conditions both -n  Austria-Hungary ar.d Germany have  already become serious ,and threaten  to grow exceedingly acute before  long, is the' opinion of Mr. T. K,  Doherty, of Ottawa, and the Canadian commission of the International  Institute of Agriculture, which has its  headquarters in Rome.  Mr. Doherty, through his position  has exceptional opportunities of studying the world's food problem. He has  boon giving close attention to the  situation in Germany and Austria-  Hungary, and has mado an interesting analysis of the problem as it affects these two countries, The overrunning of Galicia and eastern Prussia "by Russia, he thinks a serious  matter for Germany and her ally, as  these aro great agricultural provinces,  He points out that Galicia, which  Is now almost completely In the hands  of Russia, produced two years ago  22,458,000 bushels of rye, 144,07-1,000  bushels of potatoes, and 22,848,000  bushels of wheat. Tho loss of Austria-  Hungary ho regards as most serious,  Eastern Prussia is equally important to Germany from an agricultural  standpoint. The crop deficiency, ho  thinks, threaten!- most serious conse-  quonces for thoso two countries. Ho  also points out that the-wastage of  horses ln both hostile countries must'  bo tremendous, tho home supply in-  adequate, and the difficulty of Importing any considerable number formidable. Jle docalres that tho situation is nlrondy acuto an.l growing  constantly worse,  ("Can't you fairly feel the" woods in  this characteristic bit of C. L. Gilman  in  the  Minneapolis News?)., ���������  "The little noises of the night  Begin when dies the campiire light���������  ���������  Who doubts their perfect friendliness, *  He is a tenderfoot,' I guess.  Then Waubose comes and stamps his  feet,    ���������* '     .  The deer mouse hunts for things to  eat,  And  Kaag,  the quill-pig,  starts  to  leave Cape Horn in stormy loneliness ,       ., .   .       .     ., , -  ���������a passing ship will seldom meet the mone*>' so much as it is-u using it ior  eyes of the Tierra del Puego watch- the payment of our mils wnen due;  eJ.s first in only buying the necessities .ot  life, paying promptly for each and finally saving something as' a contingent  fund.  It is the reverse order of ,tliis rule of  expenditure .that causes general depression, and very far back, too," in  tho system of supplying on; another's  wants���������the fellow, for instance, who  spends his', cash on picture shows arid  keeps his grocer waiting.  General prosperity is not only in  paying bur bills "promptly, but in educating the fellow owing us to pay Lis  ���������each of us and the smallest, of us,  oven unto the farmer who has the  price of a basket of eggs due him from  a  city  dweller.���������Cottrell's  Magazine.  ���������Itching and Burning, Restless and  Fretful al Night, Used Cuticura  Soap and Ointment- In Two  Months No Trace of Trouble,  Klncnnllnr, Out.-���������"My child's troiililn  Im-kiiii Willi a nihil fimiiiul Hiu riii'H, Tliii*  iy|ii'i**i<l iiviii* llm Niirl'ui'ii of tlm bmly (iirnlnx  to fiiiiull kiii'ch which were  Iti'liliif.' nml hurnliiK*. Tlio  nmli iiNo iippMivil on my  - ��������� ������������������ k��������� i'IHIiI'm fiifii ami for tlio timo  \  \*' [/ AMIiwn'A him.   Tlio lt<*lilii*{  ~"\ T1" A VM H0 '"tense I'"'"' "��������� co"*'  ���������x^^T*-* slant ly cutiNoil lilm to Irrl-  A A  0    'I   <ilt0 l''������ eruption by cun-  Cp-"/7~--if���������*���������*.) (funnily mi'iitclilnir.Oiro win  rr-t-tlr--.il tind fri.'tful nl nlRht,  "Wlllinuf, hikwh������ T Irlcil riiiiifilli'H.   Thn  first, two ai'jillratlatin of ('iillniini Hunp nud  ���������I ���������.'.;!������<���������'<Ml ,->Mji|H.\-  l.'lr'  bwuiiifi illli'  L*,isi*ii  (hn Itchliiit,   Wo llrot bathed hint iinIuk tlio,  ���������Pimp arid tlion nppllnd tho Ointment.,   ln  two imintlii' Miiio no t ram of tint troublo win  ���������uun." (Signed) G, Cmn-ihull, May 2!J, 1014,,  i*amitiC������������ a tcu Ii.v matt  "WliynliouMTuinOiitliMiraHoap? There  mi nntliliip; tlm mutter wllh my nliln and I  tlioiiKlit Outlntira Hon]t war only for nl'ln  ti-iinU'*!-," Triii*, It In for Mi In troubles, bub  Ito ui-cat iiiIhhIoh Im to provnnt nliln trouble-*,  For mnro tlinn a f-enemtlon lt������ delicate,  -Miinlllfnfc find prnpliylflftln prriprTtfi*"! liavfl  rmiil(TO(l it tlio xuiiilaril for till* purpose,  ���������whllo iti oxtrorm* purity and rpfri'slilnjt frti-  franco glvo to It all tlio ri'lvntitiwi of lho  bait of toilet uo'ip*". Cuticura 8nap nml  Outlcnrn Ointment aro noli! by ilrnrolsn  and ilwilnm tliroiiidiout. tlio world. I.llii*rnl  ���������n-unpln of ench nulIM fret*, wllli 32-p. Bkin  Hook, *A(l<lr-ww pout-card ." Gutlcur*, Drpt  X), lloiton, U. il. A.".  --.        gnajw "* -  The handle off your cross-cut saw.  From where, the lake lies, sheen and  ' still,"  The loon sends up his laughter shrill.  The Musquash  splashes near    the  ��������� shore, iV_ .   .  A dead tree fallsNvith hollow roar.  Next, branches crackle near the brink,-  Washkish,  * the deer,    has    como  to  drink.  An owl sounds his hunting call  Then freezing into silence all  The timid folk of stream and glade.  The wolf, MoingaiiVs serenade  Gives notice of the rising moon.  You, lulled by his familiar tuno,  Just closer wrap your blanket round,  Roll to a softer bit of ground,  And   sloop���������until    tne    morning's  light  Stills all thoso noises of tho night."  Gurkha's  Found  the Ship's  Roadway  An  artillery officer' wrote  a little  while ago:  The other night-1 went to the Gurkha headquarters and asked for some  one to hold my horse.  , One   of  the   Gurkha    guard    was  awakened to do it.   He did not know  what his job was to be, but he came  out prepared for anything, with    his  kukri in his hand and his eves gleaming.    He    was. ..quite    disappointed  when he found' he had to put his armoury away and only to hold a horse.  They were very funny coming over  in  the  boat,  I  believe.-   When  they  had been on the sea for two whole  days   without  seeing  land  they  became*    very    perturbed,      "Without  doubt the captain of the ship has lost  his  way,"  they  said,  but they * counselled  together  and  decided  at last  that all was well.-. ' v>  Some one asked them if they had  decided how the captain knew where  to go. They 4bd him to the stern,of  the vessel ��������� and pointed to the long  wake of .water boiling behind them,  and with a smile as broad as the  greatness of -the discovery���������'-'Without doubt he follows the path."  5.  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 tho 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  A MOTHER'S PRAISE OF  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. "fred Tinkham, South Canaan,  o., writes: "Please send me an-  her box of Baby's Own Tablets as t  do not care to be without them." ' 1  have used them repeatedly and consider them the ~est medicine in the  world for little ones." Tlnusairds of  other mothers say the same thing.  The tablets cure all the minor ills of  childhood such as constipation, sour  .touiiich, colic, colds, simple fevers,  3lc, and aro guaranteed lo be absolutely safe. Sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at-25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville,  Out.  -T-he-^-ge-of-Wisdom-  "Yon claim that you love- mo," said  Gladys.  "And so I do," responded Clarence  fervontly.  "Do you lovo mo enough to die for  mc?" she continued.  "Well, hardly that," said Clarence,  "becauso mine, you see, is undying  lovo,"  Warts, nro unsightly blom'Islics, and  norm* nro painful growths, l-lolloway's  Com Cum* will romovo thom. "  Experience  "Kxporlonco  lu  a  groat  tonchor,"  "Isn't it?   Thorn's Hi'owu'h enso,"  ��������� "What about llrown?"  "Ho inari'lod a widow." ,  "1 know."  "Woll, llrown luul an Idea that ho  wits a hiindy mi.u iirouiul tlio Iioiiho,  About the Hcconil week aftor his marriage, hIio ciiuglit lilm wllh a nionkoy  wrunch on his way to Ilx homo of tha  Willlil'  plpi'rt."  "What did oho do?"  "Sho Hloppcd lilin."  "Why?"  "Sho snid hor first liiiubnnil had tlin  notion thnt ho wan a plumber nml nlio  hud all lho troublo from that sourco  Rho wanti'd."���������Detroit Freo I'i'ohs.  Mlnnrd's Liniment Cured Coldo, etc.  Pictured of Flying Bulleta  A    moving1! plcturo apparatus lias  .,,,,,.    1 .        ,,,..1"       .1 f.  \'   n������,..,1,l -n    ,,f    l,.1.l.,.'  >.ll><      ,J.   t  ,,     ,'k. . ... t������ , ,,>.     v.l>J'*4./>0    tJ,     t..}t-.������lo  platurnR nt tho vatn nf 100,000 a roc  ond. With it Ti plctiiroB of i rovolvcr  ballot woro taken whilo moving ten  Inched. Pictures of a bullet passing  through a Htlclt of wood Phnwr-tl a our-  Iouh condition, Tho bullet panflid  complcti'lv throiiRh and waH well on  lis way boforo tlio wood gnvo tiny  Hign of clIatrn.BH. Thon tiny HpHnloM  Btttrtod out, following tlio bullet; tao  fltlck began to split, ant) whon the bullet had gono hodio dlHlanco tho stick  fliiildonly foil to pieces, A sorlon of  electric npiirkfl wan flaHhod al 100,000  a flpcoiul, ouch Rpark making a pic-  tiiro.���������Killflou Monthly.  Mrs. K. was on a visit to'her parents and wrote tho following card to  her noxt door neighbor at homo:  Donr Mrs. 0.-���������Will you do mo a  fnvor whllo I nm away? Will you put  out a littlo food on our back porch  ovory day or so for tho littlo tramp ont  I havo beon feeding this winter? Tho  cat wlll oat almost anything, but  ploaso do not put yonruolf out."  Britain's Coast Guard  Sound Sleep  After Change to Postum  "1 havo boon a coffoo drinker, moro  or lofla, ovor bIiico I cnu romombor, until a fow mouths ago I becamo moro  nud moro norvoua urn! Irritable, and  dually I could not rIco-) at night  for I wan horribly (Ilflturbed hy drounm  of nil norm and a BpceloH of UlRtrOKHliig  nightmare," (Tho ofi'octH on the h.vh-  torn of tea and ooll'uo drlnlUng arc  vory Him liar, liocaiiHo thoy each can-  ,tain Uio drug, cal'folno).  "Finally, nflor lioarlng the oxporl-  unco of TitinilKirs of friends who luul  ���������j'jIt colToo and woro drinking Postum,  and lu-ai'iilng of tho groat hnnclllR limy  had derived, I concluded cofieo nniHt  bo tho caiiBc of my Ironblo, ho I got  Homo I'oHtuni nnd had It mude ntrlctly  according to dlroctlons,  "I woh iiHtonlHhoil at tlm flavor itnd  tanto. It entirely took tbo placo of  coffoo, and to my very groat Riitlnfac-  tion, I began to sloop poacofnlly and  i'lVn. 11),      M)    nd M..>   Jilljii u> i;il   .Uni   2 j iKCIIi'llsil  Fine Body of Men Who Patrol Coast  of Great Britain and Ireland  The 'fresh whitewashed cottages,  trim gardens ami ' ilagHtufi' of the  British coatguurd station is a flmlllar  sight to any one who has visited British shores. OC the work of the coastguard all tho year round the Weokly  Scotsman (Eillnourgh) gives an interesting description, He has to watch  and patrol tho const lino, says that  paper, both by night nud by day. Ilo  acts as a register of passing ships, ts-  poclnlly In outlying districts, being in  direct communication with tho shipping authorities all ovor the country.  In wnrships, British and forolgu, ho ib  especially lnteroatod, ��������� and reports all  such to tho ucaroflt port admiral. A  sharp lookout Is kept to insure that  noihlng la landed on tho coast ln con-  travontion of tho customs lawn. Uo  Is Indeed of vast service to tho rovo-  nuo authorities by seeing that no at-  tompiH nt Htiiuggilng nre carried on.  All IninyK,'bpiiconfl nnd lights visible  by (olcRcopo from tho Hlallon nro tin-  dor tho Hiiporvlfllon of tlio man on the  lookout, and ho must soo that all remain iu |io(dtlon, Should It bo other-  wine dlf-eovomd that any of tlmso nro  illHtiirljed and out of tholr proper  placoH, i|iioHtloiifl nro Biiro to ho put lo  the officer In charge of tho nlntlon iih  lo why the fact wan not reported by  tho const guard on duty at tho tljno.  Patrolling tlm poiihI, Ih ono of tlio tiiorI  Important ilutlei* of lho coaiitgiiunl, Hy  IIiIh lnuiuiB ovory 21 bourn u chain of  iiHfiful Information In forged around  tho oniiHt nf ("'rent Brltnln nnd Ireland.  Two Rturtly Timu utiirl awny eneh ovon-  Ing from every constgunrd Rtatlon In  thn United Kingdom. Their objective  Ir a point, nlniig tho const half way  between their own nnd the next Rtatlon whoro thoy meet. They compare nolea, exchange nowo of tho coaHt,  rolato any InoldontB that may hnvo  during     their     respective  I'm nearer forty now than not (do tell  me 'tisn't so!)  And men have tilled great libraries  with  things I'll never know.  I've lived and loved and read and  worked in many a distant clime;  I've taken scientillc tours iu prehistoric time. ���������  I've made the circuit of the,earth and  many lands l'vo seen;  And yet���������why, 1 was thrice.as wise  when 1 was seventeen!  At     seventeen    one    has   tho  sure,  ,    straight wisdom of a lad;  Thoro are two sorts of folk alive���������the  good sort ancl the bad.  Your creed, your father's party���������they  rise serene, alone;     ,    ���������  The country, state or town, that's best  Is certainly your own.' /  Thero aro no ethical debates -so ser-  ���������   ious and long;  There's only one way that is right and  ono way that is wrong.  At seventeen you aro not torn by Interests diverse;  Vou spiil no hairu and have no cares  'twixt holier things and worso,  Tho school eleven'H sure to win, unless tlio game's unfair;  Vou'vo got to got to college nnd make  the host feat thero,  And then fiomo day you'll Join yotir  dad and mako tho business whirl;  Mid underneath tho biiu for you  thoro's Just lho only girl.  Woll,.,wo Ihat roc bo closo tho Hill  of Middle Age,  Don't think wo do not envy you your  attitude bo sngo,  Fof me, an 1 hnvo   nald abovo, l'vo  weathered mnny a climo  And rend nnd lived and    loved and  worked a littlo lu my timo;  l'vo paid an tuoHt of you will pay, a  rather heavy prlei), "  And all l'vo gnlned Is this, T think���������  tho art of thinking twico,  Apart from that tiioro'a littlo worth  that 1 havo lennioilor soon;  A boy In wine In ninny things whon ho  Is Hflvonioenl  ���������Reginald Wright Kauffiuaii, In Judgo  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslows  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������WOT NARCOTIC  FWEl^IlSUFFERERr  llyuUleel'OUT olSOllS' 'RUN DO\VN"nOTth(!aLUl.S'  siJPricK Iron kidKky, ulaudrk, nervous uiskaskv  ' CHRONIC WEAKNKS3,ULCEXS,SKIN ERUfTIONS.flLKS.  write   lor FREE CLOTH BOUND MEDICAL'BOOK ON   ���������  theie di������f������������ei and  WONDERFUL CURKS effected br  _THE NEW FRENOH BE_ME_D_Y,������.I N.2 W.3_  " THE IffiP IDWSMfT  the remedr for YOUR own ailmont. Absoluteljr FREV  No'follow up circulars. Noobllcations. DR. I.sClkko  Med Co.Havkhstocx Rd,Ham-"Stieait.London,Eno  we want to rkove thikauon will curb tov.  rA^USS^    Tumors, Lupus aired without kill  pain. Allworlf|fu.irantcc<l. SrKKm'rioEwTI   --Die, WILLIAMS, HnerlallVt in~C>nc  1905 Univer������Hy A������������. S. K. Ulnnoapolln, Ml  3;-,  PATENTS  Feathorstonhaugh & Co., head office,,  King street east, Toronto, Canada.  Corns  Cured  Quick  Applied in  5 Seconds  Sore,, blistering feet  from ., (jorn-nineheil  tooj can bn cured by  Putnam's Extractor in  2-1 hours. "Putnam's" soothes away  that drawing pain, eases Instantly,  mnl'us the foot L'eol go nl at once..Got  a 2nc bottle of "Putnam's" today.  Mlllor'n Worm Powdoru dOHlroy  waniiH without any Incoiivonlonco to  tho child nml ho ol'fcctually thnt thoy  jiiiHn from tlio body unii'-n-cilvod, Thny  aro not oji'ctud In tholr entirety, hut  urn'ground up and paoH away through  tho I'owulfl with tlio excreta. Thoy  thoroughly cloiinso tho stoniaoh find  bowels and lcavo thom In a condition  not favorablo to wormu, and thoro will  bo no rovlvnl of tho posts.  wish 1 pnulrt' wonn ovory'rnnn, wnninn ! wnlUp, nnd hand ovit -n-d nu'lvo of-  and ohild from tho unwholonomo drur;-  drink���������coffoo. >  "People do not really apprr-clate or  ranllzn whnt a powerful drug it Ih nnd  what torrlblo pffect It hat* on thrt hu  llninl IntlnrH for trnm-nilfinlriii to various r-tntlnnn for tho coaHtgiiard Uan  Ua own poatal delivery,  To perform natliifaclory tlio imiltl.  fnrloiiH dnflofl (lint fulKjlo lho lot of  mnn   pyHtem     Tf tlioy  did    linrdly  i I Hit" nniondiil  i-mtf .. f .>;'  Anli-flermi.n fooling hn������ f-uiddcnly  arisen In Kwednri In conflfiriuenco of  Ormany declaring manufactured  wood contraband. Tho country linn  niir.i-iiiP of dollar*.' worth of wood on  hand, which lt Is now unable to export.  pound of col'ffi-* would bn sold, I would  never think of going back to coffoo  amain. T would almoin an noon think of  putting my hiitnl In a fire after I had  oneo boon burned.   Yours for health."  Postum comoH ln two forms:  Regular Postum���������must bo woll boll-  ml.   tfto nnd SJlc p.vkngOB.  Instant Postum���������In a soluble powder. A ten spoon ful ills-solve-i riulrkl.v  In a cup of hot writer nnd, with crenni  and BUKnr, makes a dolleloiiH bovorago  instantly. .10c and f.Oc tins.  The cost per cup of both kinds Is  about tho same.  "There's a Reason" for Postum.  ���������sold by Urocors,  vloii.sly dtmnnd Rlrlot atUmtlon and  HtrnmintiH prnellco. Tllflo drill, cut-  liiss drill, pistol drill, signalling drill,  Moi'ho and fiomnphoro boat drill*���������In  fact, oil the routine of a warHhlp Is  Tiiiilntnliied at a ronstguard ntatloti.  TnNpnctlnnn aro froiinont, an.l surprise  vlslfn aro ocearlonally paid by the  captain of tho district, so that whllo  on duty everything must bo kept nt  rniH'iirt pitch.  "Am I Rood onough for you7" sighed  the fond lover.  Killing Off the Race  Frnni fii������ Olirfnllnn ora'tlH th* r*ro"  ont timo, Us plutlHtlos and historians  tell un, tliero have bcun Iohu than <M0  warlesa years, Up to tlio mlildl-* of  tho nineteenth century, It was roughly  computed that nearly 7,000,000,000  men had died In biUtlo since tbo beginning of rouordod history, a number  <-i|ii.u in ftiiiniM li>ii liiui'B tno prc-spiit  ostimated population of tho globo,���������  uhrlutiau Herald,  ..John McGlynn, Wit  John Metilynn, of Troy, l.'.Y,, preslr  dent of tho New York Hotel Assix-la*  Uun, is noted for his witty Btorioa,  Horo are a fow of his opigraminatlo  conclusions:  "A Hiiiikon Rimlen is one in which ���������  you sink a lot of money."  "If 'un apple a day will keep tho  doctor awny,' why slop there? An  onion a day will koop everybody  away."  "A pessimist Is a man who pulls  down the blinds nnd then coniplnlns  of how dark it. Is,"  "Tho other day several men starioil  to nettle the war in my barroom, ono  man iiiHlsleil he wiih ueutriil, '] don't  care who licks the KnlHnr,' he said.  "Over In (Inrmniiy when a general  does something bravo they give him  tho Iron Cross, lu nMoxleo when a  gonurul perforins a'grunt service thoy  glvo him the dmible cross."  "liver hour of tho mnn with tho  cold? HIh landlady believes In feed,  lug a cold, lio she minle lilm a hl������  Merman pancake, "Pry Hint,' nlio said.  Boon after sbo wont hack In the room.  'I mm you Java eaten It,' she Raid.  'lOaten Iti' he shout ed, 'No; I'm wear*  lug It on my chest.'"  IMItmrd'o Liniment Cures Distemper,   ��������� -* i ... -i���������,ii, t.._.  Rho looked at him doubtful after the  pr"(i'i':ul, "Tlio mnn I marry," tih*  eaid, "must bo both bravo and brainy."  "Well." hn declared, "I IhlnV I nan  lay Just claim to being both."  "I admit you are brave," sh������ r*-  Kponded, "for you saved my life when  our bout upset the otln# day; but that  Part of the Time  '"Do you think only of me?" miir.  mured the brldo, "Toll mo that you  think only of mo!"  "It's this way," explained th*  groom. "Noiv and then I have to  think, of tho furnace, my dear.'  ������t-iffleiifts.  "Mo," Bald tho |-lrl en mildly, "you're j wasn't brainy, was It?"  >r any other'    "It rnrtnluly wns," :  not, but you aro too food for  glrL"  h* retorUd, "\  upset tbe boat on purpom."  W.N.U. 1038 invw'���*\iC*.-.T-. ��*i..v,r7..-._.-.......
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"j    Correspondence
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Tho Kditor' Cumberland News
���Dear Sir:���The "Inlander" of, tho, 2i*.h
ins>t. tjonlains n pni'ajjrai'.h under t it-
hoiuliug "No SiindbiiffH lloquired," b it
as tho appeal which anyone vho follow.-
tho not uni fiir-htin^ ut tlio feont and' letters from soldier.** liehiiVd KUHlbiiff3 roci*,'
niv,e iii- iiK'Sb urgont, the 3*>j��y S^ouls \vc*o
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'/, J" ,1/ i*�� ��l   or.i...   - *,.',i���  i'.ii.iu/iiil,  oulln'i
* ��"   '���'.'*��� ���' iii, ;.*id ihi hi.''(.'hiin huvu jiivon I),.
.-. ��,���'..'.,i', ' '''lv *'''"1' Ml'1'--    I'l'iiif: cotis'.i.lri*ul u vi,-
j ill i*i.(:(.���> -liy 01,** th-"*ci,u tho llrin*.' liii's
,--   "*��'"'. ineui is no doubt Unit nolliin-,' amild In
mbiM hoc ptibk' t'liui \\ BiilJlviiuii"' v|iuintU,v
��f   M'rlim���)..������<!   \sliiult   uro    veritably   th-
Hliin'ids i>f A i*mu,;i;ildoii,
.Krum Until' (Iiiiiiji nt .Mo0til,olii'oir*i
.1'iiiiit, il.iiSi'OUlHini) f-ollnolrii^ in CiiniD*;
ami ('oui toiii'y Di'Liioti" Uun wook, und Hi r.
'ninl iiiiniiiiiti iciroivul will hn tnrwni'dod
in i'i;n|niil,st' 'o thn ii|i|innl for fundH houi tn
Huh iiriil uf llm Knipirn fruni Kmil.,
'are douo promptly and efficiently iu'our
repair shop ut strictly moderate1 charges
j Writo for particulars,
Mot-lcrn- riiilu'tuipliy.���D<> - otli -
* fi.eris' lu.-t thi;v do Von,* mid" wlinovui*
W ' v       i        *> '
7S7-735 Johnson Bt       *   >.
8 VICTORIA,,,    -       - B.O.
Services   for J-Jtli .Sunday l ul'tcr
Holy Communion 8.80 a. in,
Sunday Si-'iiuol 2.30 p, m.    ,
Kven!���.)))���';   7 ]'   in.
ArlluiiDi-c-ltla'.-er,    Vicar.
',!. ��->.f',*������� f.1
r J   >      '      C  U. I.
' *' * '* ' 1, ���>'}' P ��]h
. '  is'i'i Nf .1    IJTKN..II.S
l3p0i'SSir>C!lS -UOOGS    I  ' " 'I lui U.ivO. K. Imycoclv Hiiriilwictk. �����
'' "        ��� / liMiinuiliUi'ly fuiwu-il Ihu tot'il uiilU'iiti
H1KS        ' ,-f I ,.. 11,... .*,,.,,,. .,1 1.,,.. . ii,,. ��j.....ii	
. I General Hardware
*J''���.*,   . >'��)r.- ��^^*.VI?|I ^-ri/^f'tl^V^^^^M ^
" ,' 'i-o.iiis WiHUf-il '"or I'riv.'ttt:
tu lli*inli|iuii'liii'.i wlioi'i' tho Siuiiilii'(H ur
'nfliiK liinii'il niinih i|'��i(.*ldy 11*1 puiiHthli.
^t'OUt "SllVHtDI*
Ipl All \vo\k ^uaranicwi 'loi^|
|-l|]'-.mi years, lliuhcsi ^i:ul> |ff
H^wnrk a! lowwi't prices Ium
tjjf-jilH- l*,iuviiHH*.l'*Nanr.i  l'M*'*ijii
vA '' ,* $-i
if * 'I * 1' <f /        *
b(ti,l'..t'.iui'on'f' *v* v, -"M-r***"** ��*fi��t'   �����  ti �� .�� cms it -.% ��  j     \
\}fi -'.il.Mi5,���/.*".)���.t ' ���-,->J.r,';,'���'t,\'Li'A\l '���
is worth  doing   is   \vorlli   doiuo
ivull. ��
A 111 nio rousons wiih hie 1,hind
feet, hut he makes himself tinde.1*-
Htou'il. ' ''   "
Kciiiorsi' ie thu nflor-eiVee.t ol'
inakino- a ^nib and ' oetlinp-   noih-
Mau)* a woman would require
K.'sk time wurehiiio- her liU'-d-aiiii's
nior.-il.s if she spoilt more iitU'iilioii
���m Inn meal-;,
The i'1'iii'lv hu**ihand is nevi r
id do lo lell his wile tli6 color oi
liis now Hteii"i*ni|ilu'i*,s eves.
The follow iii"; luis been clipped from tlie Vancouver Province of Satnulay, July 171I). and
will bc of interest" to many beic:
"Harwoud���The death toon
place lust ni^ht at n o'clock, of
J,nm.'-   (h-an   llarwood of  1721
A,!o. 11' I*-.* icet.     Deceased was ;,()
..''*��������� 1 of   i,:4,e.      De   leaves   to
.mm; 1! bis  b*���������'*-��� b,i��\   widow   .nnl
m- "on   rd-w   hi- nv-'lh-'i"   .-.nu j
'      -   '   " '   HAS' ARRIVKD !���> ������   '., .
"Old Sherman," lias arrived,in CumbcflaiuV. ��   .u,01d
-.-".������   Sberinan" "is a new wbiskej- in CumberVaucl. but ���itj is
���)���,     not a NEW \vlnTkeyT~~,-:Xy[T^1Ter^ ���^\
.}. ��� . 0 * ��� "    *    *       i-    \
' ^Sei  possesses* a  wonderfnlly  tine,  mellow- flavor and    '\
- aroma and has ajl 0the oilier characteristics  of   a fine,     ^��
��� old matured whiskey such as only dames'Cordon &Co.
of .Glasgow.aud Loudon can prepare.
Ask the.man behiaid the Bar ia the Cumberland Hotel
,   ,".     ' '"'for "OLD SHERMAN."   , ^   ��*   ? ���
I jyiahrer-&-Co.N%^SSSL.--f
1 Capital Paid Up $11,500,000. ��� IU* to-ve $ ". 1   >��  *     I
1   The Royal Bank of Canada.   1
| '        OVER /THE   WORLD.. 1
I SRECUAL AT'ilENTlON jmid to SAV1M5S ACCOUNTS & iuior.on |
1   at hijj-heftt Current Hales allowed on Dev-ositt* of liU.aiHLupwiirds,   g
1 OUIftBGBLAND, B. 0,, Brunch, Opon Daily     li, V. C'Coimoll, Bffgr. |
UKIOJI "PAY, B.O, Branch,* Open Xaily'i      F, Boewoith, iHgr. '      |
| roUHTENAy,   13,0, Branch, 6pon Dailvlt. II. Hardwiok, Wgr*
I1MI���IIH^Tllir-l-Tir -^^--^^^-.^..uyilMrtlMiMIMMIIWJIIMMM
HVWItlWUIllt^*/' %    <��*���>���**>���
ir -* i >!*���!,-'.    'l.)e.*i*asi'ii has livrd ���
H luinibm of -,',ai*--, in C'umb-'
��i(VlT''W'i,tVi'tW,UU..V-*^ i   . ,i    , ,i     .*,.,",   -I' .     i   .. ii
t.i >..i-���i.<.i.<ii;h,'?r*:,.i?ti.*Krii*ii\4rk.--it'i;'j-i.Ai,��;#'.i.i i ! V i ;��,
j i ulv -���", a1 \ V1 1' !il- iruin !!,c! to
T J'.(l\v;i!��l'i e oinp.ii.- ';. rb.lptl, J{j
oi    Moiinia'iii    \ i'-w   t cnu-teiv
is.      I ,;iiii' s  nr
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.   I     >     t    ��� , ,;) .    ,     ,
ll 'r XJ
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*   ��.,,/ i.y &*''.j.      ,,'(   .
I "ni J < \ 1.1:;���.\ hn*.;.' .".   \' .1.
'a\ li.r    -'ife,    tn m !y    is,,,     < 'om
'    j'.y.ill).     Wili    ���!���!!    I' I    ;* ���������     th:; .
> i ���      in .,
"I'I".'   " '
<SAl ?,��**.1!^��-$2��W$^Y&?^^Wd������^��^����������^^
E2>* Come t��o Kind's Ice Cream Parlor,
7,    Whoro yon will ��oL iho HKS'P (lOODhi IK TOWN wllh
���>-���("iooil, Clcilil Si-rvico-	
!cc Cream Supiitifcd in Quarlitcs at. Cheap Prices to Balls,
P��i lies, Pic Kits, etc., fit a few hour's notice
^w�����<rll'������>������������'''''���"��~~���'���*w'���'','���'l'l",'"',"'" w
IlunHmuir Avfliiuo CUMBKHbAND, B, 0.    $
', ' i7     J' \ i.!*   ��� ���''.       i i * i,l'-t",
,lllli>   il.    ',    li' >'   '<'    !" A.-fl     i'I'i. ,1  ''.
���!   '* ..-.-' i-.-l.i.'-s    i.-umiiini,'
iy.. 11
\ii   i.
i" ' '),i;i)v',,ite   ten   y*.'0]i,'\   , .1 'i*a ' " m-(,
1  v thinn for tbe lanncii viiuui. ;���, /.
I*--., now iii.it the mi miner numtby  V      '   m **. i <    .
i ���-��� ,'\,i , . i >i,i . ���,,,
,;" .uoi'-,.. ,.|* y\\ Kill1-*,     ";
Mb :-.   '��� ���!'   ni li1!-. J,!'
(.".i,r>." .  I'.-iv.m.i,''
.  ,, Ti. \?.\���:,��;.,
t'li'.iibi'rl.ii;*.! }ui].n i;. jii*,'.'*���'���,��� (.vipv"
'The i.'i.*i.'f.*.isird   liu'd   wuh   hih!
miK ntf�� io. Isaj\ '.-. li-,,,',.   !. ,-  *'t v ,
*;     I
i'1'al    Yi'ars.       l ��\c   mmikj   .ilUl',
,va"!s "ivtnovcd   lo   Vuncouvi.-:
,*m,ui  '������: '     '^ ''^( '''*" "^ '!i 'A1"'*'   ���**,>'    l'
,    " ! ��� ct,' )--,*,!i*'ii: with.    I'-w   m*-tniim'iii.->j ' ' i
,    ,   i *i    i. ,, i  v'vIh'k-   hii   ixtrt-iit.s  at   picsir-ni
t ilci'ilr !    -mui'K 'Jul l l
1   ..���'��..   .'-'ll.
���i-i -'I mi ,  I ii* a
lot ni'ar  I-)'- ii,
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���     -            :w
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,. $
,.  .   Vl
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-, ������ j    �� --\"}j
<*    f1!
j    m. ' WcLKOD     r'r.cr'riinTor,
R'i4>'i'h-, !'*   C,
au* >i|ipro,ichin>f.    What is nici'ik**-
I.' r
1 iiiuii,!*-   ii .ii..
I      Tl.D-'luV,     UlHT     -I'.U'l-H'l
>. 11',' v I
tlu4 a latuich lido, on t'oumx
l.abc in. t]ic fine \vt';��tb'.'r. in
>oim �����*nw tiliu*, For jiitrtic'iil-
iirn as to this  boat, ���.���tujuire at
T   ' '��� :iw!'I(.\nii Ni-'m*-
* ,ti ,*, .I,
( {tf$(iXt,<K'i(*<*''*(*<*f*r*i<i<*.<?>*<*-\<��'/* ���*  I1''' ,,t'l,u ;i'''"'"'-'! |!-
OKI papers fur *aV ' i! ��� ,   , .,'"'"""""..     t���,��
at   Tlv r- ". i..i:. \\h-i.. I..,-. ><
Woi'l, fit   thu   mill   iiiiiicH   linn
i.i'i'ii >.h.'*iv lui' lho ).,i>t Wind-;,
V"   V   I.toli'iii- li'ft hurriedly
im iSi-ti.i'hiy   moi'Iiino i'or Calojitry, j
ji ,   '.ui, ii .�� I" ci  u'lii'ii    , .mi    Mi.-, i
n '
i.r'ltti-l'  !       ������'tlotl-lV      iU      HI      llial I
.���-I \, -\ \-v\o -lit.-, ui nt   f-'-mtJ   linii'i
, .  , ;'-m* an '.'��<r'i-iitiiiii.
pi i
Kiii-Hsh ����� x JlUJlTON ��lw'..\"*i on tap     tl*n, iho fmuuii* MIIAVAUKKK
' HKHUS-AiUiciiiimr. H. Miu'-mi, Holilt/, tm.      'MJIjU^JUKV ilKMiD"
KitO'l'l'li VVIII.SJvY, Bent 'VViius unil Liquors of e.\\ kinds
Tin- Ui'iinliHg ninl ��-(��il|*i,��j? Di'vmrtiiK'i't. uiuler thu immoilinte 8up��r"iHU'nilou��o
will !)������ nm ii i''irnt olm-nln nvwy ri'np����t.
���yi oo yer day r\nd "Up
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