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The Cumberland News May 26, 1915

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 y  I T M. Q L, ^ r  IM   wl/ ^%  A.  Duvoted K-spwctc-illy to the Ii-iT.t*re������t������ of CumberUind and Surroundlnjj Distriot  J^wv^'yJt^lr^r^^Jr>.������hw^T������nn^w*lw<l^w^Mfc'^BTxc^������^^*t^3<lT������l������a^,^w,^������'yJ"^**  'Pi I  '" "������������������***T* I"   '-Tii fa  T:ik News, Twenty I-'irst 'Vi-.Ai<  CUMBERLAND! B. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY '20 :qj5  **������'+++**~**.-\*tii*a*jf  StTuscuirn^x Si.u*. a Yka-k  j^iMLi^RMBB^l^lW  ���������1-MtMMf -������*> If/J  aaa������MM***r**TOwai*'*^ ^waj-cni-jar^^  B\ L*/ a  pn  ������oi������*,M4nw������-,.'--������^rl'-*������<>M,>������''ijiMi*'������*fc'������^.^-r i������j������  i-ITIT-11 -"-i" -'**-'-ft- -fl-ni w-.--���������������. i-^.-ii.*-^-.-^^.^.-. j^-������ J.-._������  We -have had delivered  to-day a shipment nf Crepes which have been  so scarce this season  .Shades, blue, pale blue, whi re, ��������� cham-  \v<\ ^ ivi ��������� and . 1.)o 1 iv V^i r don  *       * *  ���������  Irrice- 6"yds for $l.i  A Special Sale of  Ladies' Dresses���������  ' i ���������      i   *    *  Oi'ii" stock,is mutdi too* large and-we  have cut the prices so deep that  '  a -quick--clearance .should follow  Special in Children's Cotton  Dresses  .up to $2.00, to be cleared.  at 75c. each '  Ladies' Summer Undervests  15c, 25c and 50c  Ladies' Summer Waists., 5 new styles  75c "each  ti  Penman's   Summer Hose for ladies  25c a pair  Complete range of newest ladies collars  .STATEMENT  Co in ox    Ui-Mrk-t    l'ntnotic   Win*  Fund,     Month   Knditig  April i-KMi, .UU5.    ���������  IlitltiiH'o on   hio-d   Maivh "ill���������*���������"(,  ,li)lu, tlm,last f-iitti'ini'iit' submitted  April lill5 $J-.������iili i\::  Canadian Collieries      1.07 00  ,    , ' '    813-1H ;];:  , PAYMENTS  Mj-n. M. Ellison S 37 oO  ,..    4*1 00  ..,    :*W 00  ...    oi 00  ..    80 00  ...  m oo  -. . ;3o 00  ... IW 00  ... !J5 (10  .... {10 00  Mrs. M\ .lirown;   Mi-Si. 0, Macintosh.. , '. .  Mrs. K.  II tush ford-..-'...  Ali'i*. Hinder   Mrs. Cope   Mrs. II, Wallace -.  Mrs. .11. 11 ������nl   Miy-. (i.JJrnwn ...,   Mrs. 1'.. Piket...., .....  C-iitmdiiin Collieries,..;..    S) 50  ���������   Elli,on $4-50.  Jltinl   5.00'  ���������*.'  War Stamps ,. .: ... . .2-2  Hal oii luuul ApUKl/bu  #978 JO  Jt-*'"iV.  mm  fir/ \{y~.  1:  h  'Vi  ill  W^:*tn  '/ M  Ir-ft     ;  i n&virajii.. WyiLi'v.'. M_.4; f < I;.U\U -1 u1ls.i ��������� 4  A fine showing of  .-..���������.I*..;..  ��������� ��������� ���������.*.���������;  ^--rf***^  a  I-,,  ill  Corsets  3'       .#$  fe/"*   *  \yy,.- ���������* ������������������;��������������������������� \   ���������-  and the new season's styles in rcady-to-v.'cr.r garments Rnd  ladies', outer.apparel, is being shown at'this store.  i,  You are cordially invited-to pay us an early visit.  14  Iiespectfn-Hv -submitted  T. ll.'O'CORNELL  n  "   Ti'-casniTii' ,  Canadian "Collieries  \Ve stock Moniinc. Couoii   in white,  pink and  blue, used cntiiely instead of D. M. C.  - -   rcnii*^ Gloves���������A  n,e\v  stcck   of this well-  kr*o\vn brand     All sixes.  .  /i, t:* PV fi *;'***��������� o\ ii. \   t*.    il'?.. ft iV. "dsii"'"'^! ���������  (f-''i       f"-"'''. i'-'-'i     a    S*v >  ^liiiliy^fiife pin)  "uf-    ii ill IT   im" ii n--ar-it ii m-in tit r        ^ i*-m-w nvw** lirt ������*l*"������    vuMiUMMku >> tM,������hhKi>Hi<i am aw wAnthMi tivawiMHtH-iiw'  Victoria.��������� A  proljinitia-i-v . est iv  ,  mate pre pa rod liy   dirt*':t-ion of thr  Minis-Hi-i'of li.'iinl.s iJiiow-s  -that lli,ij.  ' tlu-"lol.'il vaUiu of thy  li'mlii'i- pixr  dnet-i? of ilriiit-li   Culntnliia for .the  year l.OHHs $28,1^0,000 us<-niv.-  Wins LegaI*Baltie  A damage action of con si der a  blc localintercst'lias been wonby  the Collieiies." Joseph .SUmos-  *.-;ek about a year a**;o was injured  bv au   .explosion   of   some   sort  "Jf.ctoria Day Celebration  Cnmberhind'a  Victoria Dav-col  obnitlon comparoil  favorably witli'  any former affair of  tlie kind held  here.   Thero was a '*ood   program  ,of sports*, and waa well carried out,  Tho  day   win*   an   ideal   ono  for  .{"���������poita, not   being   too   warn).   It  was u purpriso to many,   whore tho  large nunihor in  attondunca cunic  i-from; bm tho crowd was l horo j net  tluiHiimo, and   a[)p(*art'd   lo enjoy  iceery item ,cn lht> loiiRlhy proyinm  "TJhiio was an oppoiumity for   all  ;i<7,ps und gexcH to   or,tor   into   the  e.ont(jBts.   Young womon and mid-  dlo.n^od women   -picked  up   thoir  t-kirt-i, niui ran, and   vouny   men,  middle aged   men'   uud   old   men  pulli-d np   their  pniil**.,   and   uni,  and mon with hardly any pantHon  run      Wo  noted   n   ni inked   improvement  in   tho   f-ronnds   ovor  funnel' years.   Tho keeping of lho  cro-Ad fntiilo Ilio lines,   was   as -it  Bhould he, nn   it envo  rveryoni! n  I'lrinee io i*eo what wiu* goin*.*��������� on.  The Wrai Ciinihorhuid CoUHnva-  live Ha ml enlivened the |-i*eiii' with  exee'.h-'.it   .--elections    of    nius-io  The drilling oxorcifos of   tlio   Hoy  Hciotitp brought firth much morif  o-l tippiiuiBe.   There was much in-  iviuoi iiji������niju-tfi<j(i   jii   uie  hf-vi-nii  hull |������iinuii* in which  the  Oumhor-  a ������������������j-'iuGrrmn/'KooTij.ui.  "One of iho lli'itiriii ln-itr������ttl*-e* ni,  tlio front h hiii^'liino' lie.arri.lv or.  er a I rick played noon lho (!"i*-  man*-"    hv    one   of   our .(]as!iino*  ��������� J"-1  young airmen a few days a-.*;,-),"  ���������^ays a war ('ofroppii'ident.  ���������die had   been   lui'iiiim'  his al  Pi  lention to n li-insport e.oii,"i'nt;'ii.  linn point bi'l'iiiil llie th-mian  iine*s, A few binnbs had been  thrown, bnl, as usnnl with nevn-  pluiii* urojoetilos, tho mural ,uul  uiiiti'i'iitl I'fl'ect \\a*<   lim'tol. i-'o in  par ii with SvSS.GMjOOO,   the,total .for the. previoiii* year.  Lr will be ic'iiieiiibered ihiM the  las'!" Hi*e .iiK-tiiho.. ul' I'.ll'i, wer-.'  j ���������aei'iuii'i-ly a/j'ei'.ted Ky t?'.o .war np-  lieava-l, that eomliiioiis were uinA-l-  lied f *i' :i iitunlh ni' two lnvvion-*  to tho oul-breiik' nf hosiilitiei? mv-  ini;*- lo the. '������ilitj,c;.il idtiuiiinn in  Jiiil'ope, M.d tho eoiis.i..-(j!ieiir. stop  page G-f lhe flow of eapiial neees-  sury tu leed devt'lonnient 'ciitei*���������  prises in Caniida in eominon wiih  iither new e-ouiili'-ie--* al-*o iliat ilu*  war lii.l to iniernnitr-iit, lU^tn.e ���������  t.ion and ('.oiuiuanilcering of Ion-'  nage. i'lider tiiieli eireninsliiii-  ees ,'ilh'uting jii'.'ieti en Ily i-i:  mouths of las I. yonr, the decline ii  and.by his brother, Mr. ' Y* ' !'���������  llarrisoti, who acted as Council  from .slait.to ���������"finish and whose  able and lengthy argument ' he**  forest he Court of Appeal secured  for the Collieries'a new triab  The plaintiff was, repres'.-iiied' Ijv  No. Protest Pared"  We certainly know that before   ..  the T.-av tjiate wrre inany in (Jer-  ni.iny who would have been, hor-  liiied to think  tliat   any .natiotti.  lie  igures     is  mui'li    lo.-".*- ,,llniii  might, have, been  initieipiiied.  .outue iiusereaui threw   Ive e.uln  I . "     ���������  ti t"piril. i I" lui-jclMef,  he  delenuiii-j two ol' Miiyor Kilpairiek's   Ikii'm's  ed lo play a prnctioil   juke on lliejainl one bulotiging to   iSaiu Lee mi  linns,     lie obtained   and   t v,<nt-  tiiilly threw over an   old   lool hull,  Down    it    went   iduuly   enough,  bnl: lool-'.ini;  bin;  t'luuii'li   to   blow  the   camp    up.  t    i-wiiii*)    ih  ���������r  way "suit|    ihat    like   a    inrpedn    Ims   < JI *i*i  I'Viday njij-lir, The lion-v lielou"'  ing tu iSiini is in pi'eliy had eliape,  while Dan's rilciiig niai'i' i,i iieni'ly  as bail. Tlm big liorsi' <_(ot only  ti idight se.niiiilig. Thn cuiiiieil  a     iv Will. I    i.f    ;;.."i(!,  Yet ir. w,is not a hai non, I'm' it  dsoppi'd loo ipiii'kly for tiial,  Surely ���������>������ ��������� 111 i-i, i] rt*:i * I fu 1 now e.ngiiu,'  of desli'iu'iiiiii,  "The tli'i'iiKiii.-'i fled piuiic  .iliiekcn iu nil direct inn*--, inn* did  ih.ey know v here in   llv,    because  \\ hie,i llie ,lla\ui' i, i.uiil.cnliiiij-.  ful* l!c :ii*.*i .-*: imd i*,.i!\ if-loii (,f  lhe   gibil)'      p.'ii'lie,-,---CoiiiieiiiM  lu'Vi-JiW,  whil'j working iu number 7  mine and shortly .-afterwards  brought, action against the Coll���������  ieiicsfor damages chiiiuing that j  through negligence of one ol,  their -employees, he was allowed  to w-ei'lc in a pi.ice where ��������� then-  was a "missed shot" and that he  being unaware of the "missed  .shut'-' struck the same "with his  pi.k and the resulting explosion  can sod'hi m injury ; he also endeavored 10 set 111.) tl ud. his eyes  were injuie.d and that since the  accident he \w-is obliged to wear  glasses. The Collieiies defend",  ed on the grounds thai the  ������������������missed shoO had been removal and also that 'the work  ing face where '.ho shot was loe.t  ted ,had iiClvuneed,,. l���������e!.wceti tin.:  time that iIul shot had mi.-s-.-d  lire and ihe time ol the iieeuh-u'.  about eight fct, which fact of it  sell would make it impossible  for any shot, lo have remained in  the face where the plaintiff  swore he w.is picking when the  e.**;plosion occurred.  At the first hial of the ud ion  before Hon. Mr, Ju.itici." Mttrpliv  tin.* pl'iiniilVw'as aw.ifded hetivy  daunges with ens'r!.      The   ensi*  Mr.   Arthur Leightou   and   M !��������� I ]rt alont-their own,, t-ouhl perpe',  G!el-iier.oe-Dar-Vi-!ig-bot-n~oi-v\4iv^in ^   Hio w ~  put up a very strenuous fighi..  mens' Patriotic ^oc v.  We have read in the Vaucouv-  erProvince the appeals made by  the Ked Cross ,'iociety for Hospital Supplies, so the Wonien':*  r.-itriotic Society of this district  have decided to  hold   a  "Llm-n  ih.-it Cierui'iny has done   '   hilar  ri   certain   king   of   Svria-  thev.  would have said, "'Is thy servant  ;i   ling'  iIkii.   1    uhoilld    tJo;   iIi'ik'.  thing?"    Yet   like   thai, king  tiler hnve done it,      From these  Cn'ruinns of learning and of cud",  ture. for*   wc  know   that   lime-  were maiiv who luul culture ami  not meivlv '���������IvtiUur,'''   \vr    hud.  Dav" ou   Saturday,   ]une   5li,. ji'vpry ,ca������������u Ui exjuxt   a ,.rot������t  against ' (.ierinauy's  ihclaratioti  fho i'e.ii ful bomb would *-"\vi)iipj "tnti!*, hut tdm ha*, h very |.*i,gi,  .iboiil now luwiirds the right, now ' pi'"p"-iliou lu*[''in> lu-y v.h.'.:!u*.  IO    llie     left.     They     were     Ion | "1 availing  the Treiiliiin   in    lhe  Alp:-, or Triesti on   llm Adriipie  In lhe hii.lei* eily niuh*-   lurgi'lv id  WOlllOII  lllll'e. llll'ii'ld V'     hl'i-j-.i'li     1.hi  ill S\ lllli.'lthv    with      IIim'um     i'i     1 ' 1.  ' tnW'P cf .!':i!y) ,.;yj    ;,, '.,. . ..:;, ;:_,  \v..h then appealed to   ih *   Coiir.  of Appeal  nf ITitiih   ���������* oluml-ia,  u'.iiuly on the ground   that    ilk-  lltdy is said In hnve.   a   million 1; ulrtmcnl      w;t-;     a,;..in.-*l      'Ik-  aud three"ijnariei*;. ol  men    nndi-i ' ,vi. i,,hl.   of   e\'i ieiiei-   .������ml    ihu  .luie was absMiulelv uo evidence  i-c;ire<l to shoo!, ttlid when ul lns|  liie bull t-triick ihe grniind mid  proceeded   Pi    bounce    high    into  illll Ilii'.   llll'l'l-   Wil'l   Mill     :i      ' M-I'ill'ill  in t''i< vii'initv .     I * nn*. 1 I* i1'   .*,;.  i 1  1.1 s U li s 1 a u > 1 ii t e. Iiu  pi;,iintiir,,f story ami ih it th'.- Col  tieties weie iunoceul ofiinv 1:t������������  ligencc.  'IMie   Court' ������'f   Appeal.   ; flu  -s - ,  .; 1   ,   1 ���������        ...  On that day, the Uov Scouts  will make a house to house visitation in Cumberland, lievim  and Union May, to collect old  cotton, linen, white flannelette  etc. Gifts ol new material  which must be white and wiislud  sheds   pillow   cases:    absotbent  .,        ,        -ii     1 '    1      .      ,,  I M-ampling   under foot one-   ;ii11-r  co'.tou e'e,  will   iilso   be   accept J        .        ,   ,     ,  able,  The contiibutiotis   must   have  for w:ir--!U least n protest Iwr,'  hor invasion oi'lk'IpU*,**'.'*. Ileigiuui  but such is the internal teirov-  ism that no protest, ha**- bi������u  dared (-leruianv lia.r, gone ' fur  ther iind further laving her  hiindh in the blood ol'innoepuce,  been -'boiled and ironed (no  siareb or blue) and all seani'-,  hems, de., lorn off. Ivveu pieces only four inches square .ne ol  uso; so even one can help.  l'lease collect till vuii e.111 be  love June ",ih, Any fin 1 her e.\  pluuation 1:111 be obi.lined liwiu  the Secix-iiiiy, Mrs. Cliupm, or  any of the committee, The Nr  cii'lv is aiM> placing colleciiiig  Poxrs in the piiuoip.il slures and  public places iu town, The uio  my so collected will he sent to  uc;t<ii|uaitois lor biuiug hu.-.pi'.*ii  supplies.  Mi. and Mis. Tlio** lliekle :iud  Mi.*,s Wliod.i llirkle iinivc I lioun-  011 Mniiday Irom 11 u .into liip to  Victoria.  ;i not it; v oi the laws of civiliz-d  wat lure, until tu(hi,v :ne ilnurh:  wiihoui boii 1 d *, a wild thing-  thai wouid baldly sliock tilt  v.'utl.i wurc she to th elan- iu hot  in sem-a P.- rage I-nioivuw thirt  siie uueu'iod to murder Ium lnun  '.���������iv prtsotu-i-' i*i e.-tisi.-, thvy ate  om tuucii.-��������� MiMitjc.il Witness  Mr-". lion.I will li,- "At lli.ui i<*  on Wedllcrdiiy tiftei'iinoii, I iill'o ',1.  iii aid nf the lo'd Cl'oNS W'ai'Fiiiiil,  ll  i������ hoped    Uinil    all,   h'llh    lydii K  n tn I gent!* uni.,   will   he   pii'MMii  iiml clipiv i-oiii't liili--ie ninl ���������! MiKi.iJ  eilji uf leu '.ogi'l'i v, A ciilleeliul'  U id be l.ikeli  In Hid ul  ih.   I''li:u|,  M ".    I'.    K.   SImIIi'V, ifj-.l'i^f-Xlu.  live of llm \'������iii'uiivi'i' ! Lilly 1'iov  line, is   puViun Cuiiiheiland    itnd  miirounding   diMrict   n    hiuine^,'  iiv \V     I i ill ,   .Oil 1    Iii.  .. I. '. I i i I g     11. I  had    uiveii    tliein    hi.\     tlioii.siiid | i;''lli*hed,     They wn.o   mi    ii>vitn-; llieir'judgim-iit   imlii a'ed     ii::i*'  luiiil hoys enrrh'd off   tbo   honor**.  ,,-llt,,.rt^ j|���������,v   \S()niii   uuvov   have 1 liul1 b������ Italy.     The   Trniiiiuo   .1 1 they could pot believe the plain  Tho   day-H   fuBiiviiio.-i   wound   iip|sii".pei*!ed a fo'ubnll,-���������K**:.  .Will \\ Mrtiin" iii un* Vili.-*'. ���������.'Uiiiiicr*  luul Hull, which waft well atlend*  an Alpine valley    where   nil    t:,. ] tilf's stotv as lo [bo cans.-   c: ihe  i-iraiegli'inivaiiinge j.-, ml    0I1    ih.* ;l ���������cidelll.  In   the  tniUlet*   uf   ihe  el  ...it.   Cumherhuid has ovcry remrrtu (l������,ain.M the publie. m'I.iioI  tcelu.,.,  to l)0Hiitii"/-"d    \*ilh   tho ,Mie;:e-i:i of' A, C. Ilciid, ih ��������� ti'iktecH   emisii!  h'T Vic"'iri*' D:'.e   <������������������ ''���������' "r.'.in'.r. il'e.l tl.ii.i  *, ii.'., \ 111:��������� *- tln-ydi  ride uf lhe defend'*.    The   CMi'cin  I     The new trial look   place  ab-j     '"' ..   '    ���������     '  "-i*      i  ���������ii'i'fs . I Ci    I Irom \ icti r.ii on    1 iict'dit  ���������"���������      lepri, or ni libit, linu'.ei-..,   of   rieij" out a week or so ;igo   beiuu-   Hie,  ,,l  ' ' !   -���������*������ ���������������������������  C!.:.:lh* flj.uil' ;ii..l ju;,)* a  tinned on Tuesday from u nip P  tlu- Cirui d.  , ..rio, *.   i. uig iiii-*   e... ei |i a    nu*  to go Pi :!r-   war,   and    ii tur:: >  \',  I is.  II  Mr*. A lev  ing  ,i.'U    o.:i  moiii. will  In-   a,    htii.e   in   ��������� ndi   1 loip, M i. Justice 'Mm jihv and a:     ^,     .,  ���������  ,., ,,.     ,      ,        ,  w;it|,*il'e; hut hi wiP   ihe  i \ n  in* ,'Hi'l  t *',������������������ I'cnlicl '���������!    t :o  *������^   - - ���������.  1 ci.led not    to    lintull.'   them,   ion!  iiicw.-ii'lid llciii lo  the KdiK'ii i.'ii'  Mr.-' nr.c  '!":*,;!'��������� '   .-ii'tl Mi*-.s ;.l   I "f.-j .i-.i.-.-iit    ic    \''.-i -ii,*,.   f,.,-  h I    Sail   invesligiition.-    ('���������ilirkliaV        li*>  ,    I.*..  ' . Kvei'\'day llm war e-in    he    to-i- w.is in   lavi    <>'   the   (,'���������'.I'cin-s, *  .iii'* ���������  1   ���������'  ",'i*i;, lui Ui.s.i,md, I; c.i  win-1'-  'l-t ,   luf \'ie!0 ' t, HU I    lelin'iic!  t |j  I ile.*!ii\ ,  11 d\  lint ciiP'red    l he wiir    t#ii  t  ,!>   A.'di'     ui     (,   I-   Al j���������������, 'VUcUi-Mkv  In l.er   in in*.  ,l,ihn Vein '..ei nmn  won the   JUiJ  y.nib, iii** 'i'J'l i'iiih, mil ib- mil,'  Miiin-il ".'iij  in;,!;,      Hi.ii.li's li  l.ii'i' h"!::> iii.-vn .-.ing,   (i-pi.'i-Ily Pi  tbe iii -'* trial, 'be ;i]������;va! :������.n,l t!'.  ,   .,,* *.'.,,, ,i".. ;. ,   a   i ua **, i i,i n-ii    nl  '    , '        , ,       ,  'i'*,-*. pbontii; \u \i v the   i. :*'.���������������������������   ul ,   ,      ,,   .   . ,   ,,    . .        ,      .      nun:   * srut-   iw      \ .cioiia     Dwy.  . . ,    , .ii    ii:"'1' i-.i'ti'hts  uf   1-ythn*   tu   bt-      ,     . '  T.iVbe'.l . : \-- * ���������  ���������F.-iuci-c :i vis:* I -\  P'J    '.0 -  lu* suhli'.'.f. <.|   the    tituny   niii'h    irewlii.t.  ll   . i   1 i  !li ���������    o-'-V !llM   Wt e,;',  ".t  . if.l.  .bdit'  H iro j e rildl.vr,   -o��������� -��������� i  .    . ,, ,     i . . ,,.,        i    , ,, .   i.    . n   ! ' "������������������*���������   '"* "  ^<; hf'.'.r thnt    1-trvnn if ������ti\)\v \rt  It u-i.'etierally ni-^uined  .hut    i!u-        1 be wliob* i".,i"<i vv,',-;   hand!-      ,, ,    .,       ,, ���������. . ,, .  , t,   h     **���������  Vy   ,,   j,   ,.tii,. i '    Mr,    mni   Mr*,  llirry   i\il-oii o>-h br,-!*������������������   p. im.     !),.,y.   J*. ;^  1 wnr has I'iciii.'illy  K"-*ii(*.     K; ,  Hi  ?..\,  .    ������ l.'.ll'.AOil.      )���������*. tl     (  al  solieitnt   oi   the   C'lllieiic.s  hpent lhe !tJ*J h :ii Naiirtimu.  eonnng lo lievnu, THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  ���������f  ������ITS*  If  It were difficult to find a safe and reliable remedy for tho  ailments due to iri^gula*; or defective action of the stomach,  liver or bowels. These 'ailments are likely to attack  anyone; likely, too, to lead to worsesicknessifnotrelieved.  aro famous tho world ovor, for thoir power to correct theso  troubles certainly p*ul surely.' They eloanno tho system, purify  th;). blood and fiet.r.*) n jjuiteral tfinic upon body, brain and Tiorvco.  Indigostipn. biliousD'-"!*.;,, con-jtipafron might, indeed, causo you prolonged  Buffering ;tuul expose, you oto danger if Beecham'a Pilte  are'  Prcpiireil only \,y Thoiniii Jlrrcliam, St. Hclein, I.anemMre, Rnelaad,  SolJ everywhere ',, Cauajii ami U. S. America.   In boxen, 23 cents.  OF  L  War  Conditions  Reviewed  Turkey and England  .Tho Hopelessly Insincere Character of  the Ottoman people  England hug dealt with tho Turk  long enough to bo aware of tho hopelessly Insincere character of Ottoman  diplomacy. Pressed hard enough, tho  Sublime. l"or(0 will prom I so almost  Anything, but never willingly redeems  g promise. Tbe now Yviiile Paper,  Just published hy tho JJtt'itish foreign  office, shows plainly enough that from  the beginning of tho war Turkey deliberately tried to deceit Wnghuul as  to her intention.". 11 la difficult to believe that so experienced a diplomat as  Sir Edward Grey did not realize this.  All the world knew that German Influence was well nigh supreme at Constantinople, ana that lhe Turkish  forces on land ancl tea y/ould bo hurled  upon'the Allies whenever Germany, decided that the farce of Turkish neutrality was played out. Sir Kdward's  purpose, probably, was to delay this  event as long as possible, a������d meanwhile to put the onus of the act where  lt properly belongs. Thus ho .ccopt-  ed with a straigut face excuses that  * were palpably false-**���������Philadelphia  Public Ledger.  Miller's Worm Powders act so thoroughly that stomachic and intestinal  worms are literally ground up and  pass from the child wth-iut being noticed and without Inconvenience to  the sufferer. - They are painless and  perfect in action, and fit all times will  be found a healthy medicine, strengthening the infantile stomach and maintaining it in vigorous operation, go  that, besides being an effective vermifuge, tbey are tonical .and health* giving ia  their  effects." -----������--���������,--,.  "tuSci a-diid~r  A lawyer having offices in a large  office building recently lost a cuff lin'",  one, or a pair that he greatly prized.  P.elhg absolutely cerium thai hQ had  dropped the link somowheio in the  building, he posted this notice;  ' "Lost-���������A Kold'cuiT link. The owner  William .Ward, will deeply appreciate  Its return."  That afternoon, on passing |,he door  whereon this iuilice was posted, what  were the feeling:; of the lawyer to observe that appended thereto were  these words:  , "The finder of the missing cuff link  would deem it a great favor if the  owner' would kindly lose the other  link." ��������� Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.  Minard's .Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  Wood���������That was a PWii'li of a look-  ins dnino you had at misty's Uio other  nip-lit. . She has awfully good taste,  Dood���������Yos,  tlio hill proved  Unit.  Freil--.My dear I)p**m, I fit I liis Llibiif.-'lit  console ymi for your lover's death. Ko  ruin-ihor tnat other nnd bet ter. men  that he have Krone Hi** same .way,  Bon.* a vr><| Ono.���������Tlioy haven't nil  gone, have they'**  For Years, Restored To Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  . Ofinmll'in women ur-" continually writ-  Inn vis hucIi It-Morn ih tln������ two I'ullowiiij.-*,  which art! lu'firil'elt. (ix[*i*������i:i.sioiiji of '{rali-  tudo for i*i',-.toi*(!(i lioiiith:  (ilanronl Stnlinn, Out.-" I Imvo tn-  kftn Lydin 10, I'inklinm'a VcRt'tiililn Coin-  rWJWWiSV&rfiffPi'yffl |)"n,iJ '��������� '��������� d never  ' '-���������'���������'''/j>'V���������iT^i.?'^*ii-''V">'-' ���������"''-���������hd ftny meili-'iin  ' * i-ffS^VilvM to compare with it.  :...-..���������-i C'..i..**", c:  tllhi-slioll.       ���������   *l������l*������.  ,,,-'"��������� J rt.jl.ion   Ont  The Prophets  Do Not Agree  Opinions of Experts Differ Widely as  to Probable Duration,of War in  Europe  War prophets aro as numerous as  weather prophets, if not more so. And  they are 'mite- an diverse in their  views as tho gonllemou who lei1, us,  with such cockaureiiess in. each case;  just.what kind of a winter wo urg to  experience. Theso facts, whi c they  may add interest to speculation on the  subject, are of no material assistance  In reaching a'satisfactory conclusion.  Tho reader of these forecasts is left  st the, end quite as much in doubt as  at the beginning,  A glance over some of the statements with reference to the probable  duration of the Old World conflict  must Inevitably impress oni with the  amassing differences of opinion on the  part of thosi, who may be called exports in military and political matters.  Thus a genera!, of years and discretion, high in the coutidence of his government and holding a prominent position on' the French general staff, has  said that the war will corr.e to an end  within three months, "not by force of  arms, but hy force of hunger, together with exhaustion of other means of  carrying on the "war." Theso utterances appear in the Paris Gaulois.  Seemingly as a direct offset, the Berlin Kolnisciie Zeitung puts - forth a  F.tateiiH'iu��������� showing' lhe resources of  Germany, and Austria and asserting  that the two countries can if neces  sary put* in'* the held a fresh army of  18,000,000.    -    ���������  ���������*"   l*"roin other quarters c.ime various  estimates as to the length of the war  -aud-tbt^condif-ion-of-t-he-beiiigereals,.  The ltusski lr..*aliil, organ of the llus-'  siah'-ministry of \,ar, .believes opera-  uis against Austria will be successful before the .winter sets in, but admits that the campaign against Germany is a more serious matter and  may not he 'brought to a successful  conclusion before "early summer."  Germans, as a whole, appear to bo  m.ore cautious or more reticent than  some others, yet thoy are not wanting  in suggestions, on the subject. The  King of Uavaria, whose troops ���������compose an important part of tho German  force, in addressing some cadets at  Munich told them "the war will last a  long lime, but we shall no: rest until  the enemy is beaten off the battle  Held and we have secured a peace that  wil] protect "us against nllack for a  long time to come," This, if'accurately'  representing Gorman spirit, does not  dicale an early return of peace,  Wold Marshal Hvcllovlch, of the  Austrian army, muled in the IMassi.g-  om, of Rome, has said: "Next spring  Kiiglaiul enn put another urn y inio  tho Hold, and in the summer and fall  olhor belllgorenis can collect fresh  forces, bill hi ltil'i no moi'i* c n possibly be raised. The entrance of lieu-  tral'iiiitluii.s into the conflict will rather prolong than shorten thu war," So  this ON'pi'i'ieiii".'il soldier can see no  end to the siruggU. until lin I, when  a.'I hands will hu so exhausted that  illy cannot conlluuo the righting.  This Idea conforms closely to thai  of a Kroiit'li officer, nnmo..lot given  bi!!."nii''Hl.*i)'*d as one of Ilio most distinguished cuiiiiiuindoi-B, who la reported by the London Mail as saying tlie  i.ornium- ciiiinoi he drlvlm beyond the  Rhino bi'l'iii'o February, 11)10, and  pi'iu'u will not ue coiielud-.'d beforo  im?, Tho London standard issue;-!  this warul.ig: "The l'i>:)linli lull; of the  wm* In**':*,'' pr.-ii'lifiilly f.nd*"! nnd the  (Jiei'tiiiiiin iiliTiidy iKJiiclt'SHly heiuen Is  unworthy nf brave uud lin.-lliKoiit pro-  pie aiiij tiliuiilil bj buvt'ji'.y ili.'-eou'i-  ti.'iiunceil. G.'i'iuai.y Is it��������� 111 liiiifor-  tun ut fly for Ihe woi'iu) pe*-**.es*-i-il ,)f  the most I'nri'.'iiiable war niacliiiie liiul  has fvi r exihtotl."  In addition io llii'si.   predli'tliins and  r-unimeni*-  I hern are iiiiiny  others  of  widely varying unor, hiinif foiveiiMt-  nu; nil 1'iirly pi'iiou and oiIuth placing  | llm  i-lld  dl'  tl.e (ii!l.nd   111   Hi"  llldi'illl-  , lie uml nini-i- or li'Hii ri*iii'������ii* future;  j aiu) iliiTf H I'liunl diversity ft** to the  ! tcniii- ii|i'ia wliloh agro-i-nitMit will In-  reached, Suiiiiiu.'d uii, It appears that  tin- mii'fw.lt :,i nf oliLiirvers I* nctiinlly  "nil al *.fn" un to lho tlnu ������������������.���������.Inn the  (.���������.rial et'iillici hhall terminate,-���������Troy  riin-s.  What, iii.vi' ymi tin re, son?  'J't'ii bi'.'nis,  lliiiiu-','    Do you  mean dollars?  Y-'p.  "' 1    ,  "i      ,     ..     ,...11     puiiifi.i     l,,t    |(o  be a credit to Canada and this bank,  und may 1 add that those who remain  behind aro foregoing tlieir holidays  und doing the extra work devolving  upon them cheerfully and ungrudgingly."  II   Kuod   1:110111*11   ll.llilo  Veu never plant any.  I'lrlii liMino*;  Aln I    I'l-itn;*.  Chnstorvllln. Ont. - "1 hr-p.ni your I loritioii< >-.'_  mudiciiio-i liiiildy priiisml, niidjiyoar uuo j    *V)- f"!" :"'^1  1 bnian tiikiiiK UioiTi for faliinj; of womb j    nf|W,   ��������� , t;,,l!iy7ft,;k(.(1 , ,0 ni!,Bhbor  ttui ovarian H*..ubl... I of ������������������   ���������, ,A   ,-.t!|lH..  "My lett si,i,.jii,|jii-i- irietdi Un" tun* ,     ylln,t  Vij/j ine pimm |i;ueiil,  nnd jus* bcforii my ptMioils which wort ,    Dmi'l you tind that a baby brli'lit-nis  irropulnr ami painful it would be wort-***, i up a lioiit'fhoiil woiuleifully? pur^uoJ  To Kit down i'nu***<tl tnti pnl'n olid nuiTor- , lb'' frifitl.  Inn ind I would \��������� to n"rVous Bom*- |     V.-h. i-al.l  the p..i'.-i.t,  with u bIrIi.  time that 1 oould not !���������ar to ������,.��������� nny   ^^VKfl^&^ul^  rn, nr l.-ar nny on, ���������p������*nk.   Uttlo upoobt) ",Bnl ,,,,w '"������2.1^1.!  would float bc.'ijit- my eyts ������nd 1 wat  n'wMy** **r,n*i1ifift*,."d.  " I euriiiot "������y >'", nujob for Lydia R.  T'inklirint's Voj-ti'lribh* (.'oinpnuinl hnd  1 i-. cr I * i: 1;--������ for t'n.-f" -ir.* c,., ti���������-ili.'ir.������*i  I.I:*! ihi'hi. I Iiavi* tiiki'ii ifif'ii aiuI I  i-i-t'ornrin'tnl tliofn to edl wmrifri You m������y  ���������i*"U*ili tfii-i t<-.',lini"'i!.*iJ " - Mr.i. .*";���������>  .:.*.... J. :.:������i.n:i, U- ,. i-'i'l'. OiMrbi,  ( ioi.'<dk,  Mr. H. V. Meredith and Sir Ferderlck  Williams-Taylor Speak of Itc Effect  Upon the  Country  With a world war is progress, and  unprecedented conditions existing, the  annual mooting of,the 1'ank of Montreal this week attracted more than the  usual attention for H gave an opportunity for the shareholders of the  bank and Canadians in general to hear  tho views of two'of Cauadu's most  celebrated bankers���������Mr. H. V. Meredith and Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor.       ...  Hoth gentlemen reviewed tho situation in very able fashion and it is  interesting to note that hoth expressed tho view that Canada was weathering tho storm with a certuin degree  of success.  After pointing out the fact that lho  bank had greatly strengthenedits position during the year, Mr. 11. V. Meredith, the president, said:  "The outbreak of hostilities brought  about tlie collapse of tho wholo llnau-  cial fabric, the closing of the bourses  and a woild-wido financial cataclysm.  For a time, at least, a condition of  well nigh genera, insolvency was  threaten-.**... ��������� .   .  "Britain's command of the seas was  undoubtedly tho chief factor in bringing a recovery of confidence, but great  credit is due to the government and  their able financial advisers'for then-  bold and statesmanlike views of the  situation and their prompt action In  meeting tlie crisis, as well as to the  Bank of England for the courage anil  activity with which the plans of the  goverhiiient were carried out." -  , Situation in Canada  After' giving an exceedingly instructive review of the world position, Mr.  Meredith said of Can da that agriculture was "prosperous, but a general  suspension of new undertakings is apparent,   At ihe samj time he thougat  i nt as regarosuneiiiploynient our pos-.  ition will compare favorably with that  of other countries.  Mr. Mereditn pointed out that fortunately it has. not bec-n necessary for  Canada to resort to a moratorium and  closed his remarks in the following  . jpeful vein:  "War and ..ther adverse ".onditioris  are bound to retard our progress.*A  period of resi and recuperation may  oe expect d, but tlie futur's depends  to'a great extent upon the spirit* with  which the people meet the changed  .conditions.  "Kconomy and prudence iu the matter of expenditure, and ari earnest ef-  .jrt to increase production' of exportable artic.es, will in lime usher in ,ui  era of active trade, and renew eo prosperity."  ��������� ^���������Stands���������Strain_W.e! I   Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, after poiutii'g out that iho uaiiK ,u'  .-iloiUreal was 97 years old, spoke if  .ne great stability of the institution  nd'later reviewed Canadian conditions as a whole and by each province,  Speaking of the war's effects '*.o  said in part:  "The outstanding result .ias been  tho instantaneous etoppagj of tlie supply of British capital to which we had  oecome so accustomed tliat sight was  too frequently lost 'of its importance  as a factor in the development- of the  Dominion.  "Money from this source flowed to  us in such increasing volume that,  during a considerable ante helium  period it .amounted in rouiu. figures to  at least $25,1)00,1)00 per month. Canadian public borrowings from ne London  money market for the seven months  i -.ding 'list July wero .$17,01)0,001).  .Since the outbreak of tho war the inflow ot such capital .as ceased,"  Our Own Resources  How to face th > loss of this money  and continue to expand were serious  problems, Sir 1'Yedorick said wo were  now getting a littl money from the  mates, and added:  "ll is obvious to everyone that we  arc cast upon our own resources, that  we ilre on trial, and that our future  development will depend iu no small  meusuro upon tho conditions in which  wo emerge from this trying ordeal.  "The longer tho duration of lhe war,  tho more will the colonial props of  the empire--. Including Canada, suffer,  but good will ctiniij out of evil, for  our energies will bo turned t) tho development of our great natural weukli  particularly our vast agricultural resources and we can then look forward  wllh ronllilniieii td eventually eiiiorg-  Ing from present condition*1 a wiser  people with our affairs or* a liealihlor,  mu:u normal and bU'.nuler ba.il,;,"  Dig Gain In Assets  The Lank of MuiiU'eal, iU'elf, cam**  through lhe trying year wllh llylii������'  color*-; and it:- loli'.l iisselK arr now  ���������fli.'jli.liiO.tliii) coilipai'i'd With *,;���������������! 1,'i'un,-  niio ii year ago. An iuicresUng icmiio  of tlie KlUU'iin'-iil Is thu I'litrt tiiat tl* ���������  po.sllH arc coiiislilcrubly higlu-r than  tli.y were hint year. Deposits lu'iiriui;  iiiu-r. :t are now JLM.rjUii.Oiin, an in-  crea-if of j.Iii.oiio.iioo, vthilt' non-lnti'V-  eiU biiu'lng deposit* it in iJiCiliiu.mii),  a Idhk of *?'!,(ni(i,ii')0,   Tliii- shows a ii.a  iviiii  (,!' -JT.l'00,00".  Thf hank's prollts for tho year  wi-iv $:.tat;,tii.u), compared with J:!,-  CIS.u'iO a yfar ago, Wlillo this Is a  small fall I g off It Is Insit'iiKlcant coin-  pared wllh thu Ilin.' rci'iilu ncliii-veij in  foriiflylng the bank's position,  A Dig Surplus  ' '       . I .1* I r.1.       1 ���������   ��������� ,     ���������    1  I tho Hi.trillion ('iivcriiiiiiiit $r,,noo,i)oo  dining the year nud also Ijtti.eil ovu-r  $',',t'i*u.inju io ciiiiH, low ns and school  d'.s*r'*.*ls J*.* lu'lp them over a per!'.-l  that mude the raising of uioii.-y  through il.iieiiU:ri) Issues exceedingly  i-lt-Mi*"**-  f    /ti.iiilitr Interesting Hem is tho fact  Sample of German  Inhumanity  A valued correspondent iu England tells us of- au iustauco of German inhumanity., actually witnessed  by a Dutch ne .,-spapermau.  Threo captured British soldiers,  nfere lads, not long from the soccer  football fields, were lying ou the  floor of a railway brake van, dying  from bayonet, wouuds, inllicted by  thcii captors.  Some three hundred German infantrymen t ���������������������������had Just received their  soup, The lads had not been fed  since' their capture two days before.  The Kaiser's men kept up a con-  >tam stream of' , abuse of tho English prisoners, and soveral of them  again and again pushed their soup  under tlio noses of tue starving, dying  men, crying ou' "Do you wwul dinner,  pigs?"  in all that company thoro was  not one man of sufficiently compassionate or oven decent feeling to  minister to tho dying boya in any  way.  German culture is certainly an  amazing thing, as It has exhibited  itself in the present war!  WORMS  "Worry," that's wu.-.t's tho matter of "cm. Stomach and  lntustliiul worms. Nearly as bud ns dlstumper. Cost you  too much to feed "om, Look bad���������tire bad. Don't physio  'oin to death. Spohn's Compound wlll romovo tho wormn.  Improve* tho appetite, und tone 'em up- all round, unit  don't "physic." Acts on glands and blood. Full direction*  ���������with each bottle, and sold by all driiRKlsts.  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Cheml-its.       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These  pills aro specially compounded to  deal with dyspepsia and,their sterling  dualities in this respect can be vouched for by legions of users.  WE  NEED TO  LIVE  We need ' > live���������for life- is moro  Than eating, drii-'ring,' wearing,  Than seeking pleasures door to door, .  And* hither,  thkhor faring.  By artificial dress and speech.  We teach the wo''n. to doubt us,  And ery for riches out of voacli,  "While joy lies all about us.  We need to live���������for life is moro  Than drinking, wearing, .-ating, ,  The outer moru.l striving ty,r,  . The inner mortal cheating.  The tinsel things of life we clutch,  AVliile skies are blue above us,  While-here beside us at'our touch  Are those* who long to love us.  ���������Douglas  'Malloch,    in    American  Lumberman.    ....  No  Birds' en  Battlefields <*  Or.e of the war correspondents has  noted the complete absence of birds  . oui the battlefields of Northern  France and the consequent profusion  ot*^piders-and���������OTTre-r-eog-na-t-eJ-ei'aAvliiig-  thiiigs. Birds always desert scenes of  heavy gunfire; auu,,what is'mrr'e, they  often do not rclurr. i'or many years.  All birds left the theatre jf war In  jj'jurli Africa, and it is only ��������� now���������  fourteen years litter���������that, they are  returning. .Meanwhile South Africa  has suffered from a vexi-.tious plague  of ground insects���������"tecks" as they  c.-ill .them over mere. It n not supposed that the-African birds left the  country, but that ihey merely retired  to some remote and peaceful part of  tlie -veldt.-*���������London Chrp.icle.  "ITH a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater  in the house you are safeguarded when  accidents happen lo your heating system.  Cold snaps have no terror for you, either ���������for the  Perfection supplies just the extra heat needed to  make bedroom, bathroom and sitting room warm  and comfortable. -��������� *  - .���������TJ  Perfection heaters ere portable, heat quickly  and are srnokc'.cns and odorless.    At hard-  l_warc   and   furniture dealers    everywhere.  Look for the Triangle" trademav,;.  Made in Canada  ROYAL1TE OIL is best for ail uses  y  ��������� 'te:-^!!!  Jilllll  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Winnine*"     C Irrn-y     Rl-cIp*     M^n'reJil    Qiifli.'C     Hulifsx  EJ^osloa      StsUioon      Vsnci-vor      T-rifclo      Oliiw������  ,-iR' ,  f  ���������v-  k  :  'A  I  .y.  *,-v  ,' -   ... -M  -.-1  *rW*WME*-������-tM*lM-V*.������-J^  Dr. -Chase is  No 'Stranger  In  This   Home���������Receipt    Book    and  Medicines Kept at Hand ail the  Time  There is no better safeguard against  disease and suli'enug than a good  cuiuuriic iiii'iliciue, Jn the great majority .of homes Ur. Chase's Kidney-  i.ivi.1* 1'ills are constantly kept uti  hand, because tliuj ijuiculy twalren  lhe action, of liver, kidneys and  i.'ovels, .um eiiru the most common ills  of life.  Mrs, Thos, Smith, Jamestown, Out.,  writes: "Ur. uuase is no stnitiger In  our home, for wo havo two of his  Ui-ceipt Hooks in tho houso, ,\ly  father und my hm.'1'iiixl s fnther ear!)  had ono, and I have heen familiar  with it eve sin i'- can remember, ll  was only natural tliat wo suouid uso  Ihu Kidney-Liver Tills, and wo found  tiiem so suiisfacior*, in r- gulaiiug the  illgtiHtlvu system and curing the common ilii- uf life that we always i*cop  tiii-iu on hand, -Many a time these  pills have Hiiird uie much b fl'eiiu*-  und prevented serious disease, W'e  iilsii keep the JJlntiuent in the hou.o  .ill tho tiiuj."  Fisher  Wer.. on  Fishing  Here is, a line new lisning yarn  from   the   Kranco-uolgiau   frontior:  Shrapnel was being iirej by tlie  Germans as a lielgin.. oilicer stopped  a war corrosponuont to examine his  iapers.   Ue said;  Willi this lieiullsh comniotion around  and above him thero sat uy the canal  side a placid lis'.eiinan, hopeful after  the manner of hid kind and consider-  ably more tolerant of noise, lt was a  carious picture. The knight of the*  rod, indifferent to everything save a  very remote chance oi a. bite; iho officer who had stopped our car stil 1  perusing our pupeis; ourselves.trying  Lo realize the full moaning of tho din,  despito the incongruous ilgure by the  water's edge.  Suddenly, right ovor our heads, a  shrapnel shell exploded. I am not  ashamed to sny thai I ihicked���������violently. So did thoso who were with  mo, but the officer with the impnrn  never turned a hair, and as for lao  li.sliL-rman J liavo no words wllh  which to describe his sangfroid,  It is a bOli'inn fact that a shrapnel  ball, or a portion of tho shell casing,  cut his line, lie hauled in, noted will*,  a frown that Ileal ant. hook were  l Using, look a fresh llout uml hook  from his pocket, baited up, nuido a  new throw, ami went on llshlng!  \\\. left, him tu it an 1 made for the  church some threo hun..red yards  furl, cr on.  j id n't   Know When   He  Had  Enough  Mr, Nag. s was int.- in arriving for  his supper.  Well,' what kept you  so  late? dt>  niaiKieci    Mrs. Naggs, hor war signal  displayed.  ' 1���������-i  stopped   o read the bulletins,  faltered Mr. Nagg,  ' The  buileti..s! .  What was on the  bulletins?  Why, all about (he fighting-  Fighting, lighting!  with .lino scorn,  don't you  get cii<...gh  lighting 1  do,  Why,  yes, my  near,  I  guess I do,  ho     respondid    meokly ���������-Springiiolii  Union.  ������  ii  that ihe bank riivi* tho Canadian Tat  rlotlc Fund JH'ii.OiiO.  After milking lho usual liberal allowances U.6 b.'iil- carries forward Into  w\t  ye.-T jl.t'ilL'.aoo compared    with  $I,oig.'-oo tin- year previous.  E.i*.-.'(*. Wer. it Triii'.t  Nr.-  the least inteM".:! r-; .st'U.'tiH'iit  i    .,: ���������,'.*_ :::*.��������� '.::.;: < on     v. 'i r-ply  r.'iibriii,    ii'ili.aijis-Jajhu   iiiade  ..:���������;:.on uf ihaiikii to thi* i-rtuff, lie  Britain the Natural Protector of Egypt  Tiio L'uii'o i-orri-'Sjioiiihnt of mo  Daily Teh-graph, glies an interview  given to lilm by llushdl Tasha on thu  advantage of llriiisli rulo ln Kgypt,  "Itrltnlii is thu natural protector of  l''g.vpt on many groutidH," hiiHI the  prime minister, "liii* pri'ilomliianco in  Ki'Md usiuii-i'H I'm* her that the great  hi wit way to the Kast will be kept open.  Her coui.ro] gnui'ds the Mtiropean llu-  uiu'liil intcroHt In Kj-ypi and to use It  jiiiruiiij ihu lnU'Kilty of our ii-nilory,  "As enormous majority of ligyptlana  appreclatu Ureal Itrilaln'a work and  on every ground would great ly regret  a brink in KiiBland't* liiU'ri-st lu thu  couiiiry. Wo shall havu umru ; opo -it  realizing our nnibitloiiH to becomo nu  important  state  if  wo  work    under  -l'.*'!'.Iii'..   "nlil'inpo       Vr,     ntlmr   nnu'^r  couiil holii uh in ihe samu way!"  itiibiuii I'usha ������poi-.u iu warm tenuis  of Lord Klichcncr's irork lu Ugypi und  cxpreKspil th*1 hope that when tlio llrlt-  ish secretary of war'a taHk in Kng-  land is lliiislii d hn would return. Tho  Kgyptlann would bo most happy to  havo Lord i-.iiiin.iii.-r ii.urn, ne ritiu-  od. "Ono (loon not expect great sold,  lorn to bo Hiau-ain-jn, but Lord Kltch.  ener has proved }ilmr>clf, by bin clear  HlKhtud policy In Kgypt, to bo a staiw*-  mau of tho tlmt rank."  So yon went to church last Sunday? nuked tho doubtful one. Thou, to  prove ll, what was tho text'.'  The text was, Ilo glvetl. 1Mb beloved sloop.  You'ro all rlnlit. How many of tho  congregation wero there?  All the beloved, lt seemed to me,*���������  Cleveland Tlulu Dealer.  What sort of a fellow in ho?  A trouble maker.  Ho KfuiiiH peaceable enough.  I know; but lie's the ssort of a blundering chnp that denies all tho lies  you'vo told your wlfo.  I M-ns cured of Kheumatic flout by  Ml.NAHD'S   LINIAII.-NT.  Halifax. A.VDKLW KINO.  I wns currtl of Acute Bronchitia by  MINARD'S LINIMI-LNT.  LT.-UOL. C. CHIJWR HKA1).  Sussex,  I was cured of Acute Ithotimatlam  by MINAIID'S I.INIMKNT.  Warkhnni,   Onl.   C.   S.   IHLLINO.  Lakellcld, Que,, Oct. !), 1907.  Covering the (jnae  Judpo (liitulay, of Alclid'on, tell thl|  lawyer siory.;  Au Irish lawyer wiih attorney for a  muu charged wllh murder. Addrci-sliig  the Judge, tin1 at.,-iney uahl;  "Vour honor, 1 nhall linu ulmolino-  ly prove to tl c jury thai tho prisonor  could not Ituve commltteil llie cilmo  with which he Ih charged, If that doo������  not coiiviiii'i' the jury, l hIiuII show  he was Insane when ho commlttml It,  If Hint falls, I shall prove un alibi."  -���������Kiinwas City .Jounitil.  I wonder why ho fow peoplo get ,it  tho top?  Tosslbly bcciuiHe thero Is no clovator  to take thom up.  li  ji  STIFF, ENLARGED JOINTS LiMBER UP!  EVERY TRACE OF1 RHEUMATISM GOES!  You'll  li.ivi* Miiiiu <...\|i!:i:ii!iig  to   Jo  wlii'll   ymi  I'.-!.  Ii'illl'-,   v,nli''.   yi*,l?  N'i, ri-jii '*'l  tu'- ur inii*. i    <'i    tun-   i   !,"-es!).    I iii n'U v,<iUAt v i-vplajn.    l'iu;.-i.r  yjAv.K   t'1  hi   "is   i Mirs-tini.'i't'-     arii'iij' tu ;���������-  ir.K.'.il"     lll������'i'<fl. il ���������'!*,     iii'i'l     (l.-lii  -i I" i!i-il !i'"iiH tu >ir������ i 0 !     "\  inh-'t itt j,- Wushiiigloii ! uCA  ��������� Uu. I. ;,;..'  .ii.-ibti- t;.,'il riv.n-A.cT <*to\\A  'cVi.'iv ft to *!i������������ frofif i on!! thr-v b>>-  ii.a'l' r-.   mil  I'.it. t.i!-'   ti.  en-     iii'.-i  h-.ir.  l.-iv,- t.i: in'tT,o sii'rvk-p 1G2 Ilii"  yuiinp Micti. tii(������  i "*'  iti  tlie  , i  i\  (i.-i  ��������� li.i--   ill   dv  &l'Vil   biii&Q,    l5pul'<  jit**' tfrcd of him? o"i'-oA fho h-vyer.  The actress tioddi-tl. Well, I wouldn't  ���������ulvisi' yi.'.i to f.ie nt thiti time. Tlui  ,v:ir in rrov.-'iuig (viTyuuiig mmi oft  th.* front piigt-s,���������Thila-rlelphi* Led-  g.*r.  VV. N. U. lOi-i  rr==rr=| U.' c PtI?  "tt'a I'^iiUiig for aa it'Jto livery.  Majtl-v-Arilo,  wh������-r* are ���������*������ Bolni*-  oa fi'if hen-'ytnoon?  Ariio���������Around tho world,   darling.  r.<! .'iieinwlillr- htindro'li m-iro  Thry nro Ki-ing  to Kiv������ ii tn kuvrii  i of t!.o*<*������ oa our nominal roll tr.* drill-���������> rfU at tho corner picture ihTar.-  lrig:    Thoto v,Uh Ihu colon v'.W uuiuly   N������u/ *iork Olobfc.  Even    Chronic   Bcdriddnn  Cases are Quickly Cured  Hub on Ivia^ic "jServiiine"  i  NothhiB ou earth can beat good old  "Nerviline" when lt cornet} to curing  rheiiiiuulHiii,  Tho hli-8fCd relief you got from Nor-  vlllun conies mlgi.iy (julck, and you  dmi'l have io wait a inonth lor miiim  falgu of Ituprovunniw,  ���������nun i'i* Striviiiiie U it dWnjcl AppU-  ration; it Is ruhht-d riKlit inlo Uio  ������< to Jolni, thtirof.gtily rubbed ov,������r tne  twitching muscle til*!, pcnnip* lor  yiara haa icpt you on tho Jump. In  thi* way you get to I bt- real nourco  ot the iroubia. After you havo um-ij  , :;.l*vltf.'.;i J-i-'t oil**') you'll rr.y If'i  itiinniiGK, i tmiirvKl, % pirfeet woadt-r  of efficacy.  Juki think of lt, live iIiiipb Btrongor  and moro iieueirulmtj than uuy othor  known liiiunciu. riouliiiut*", houlliig,  full of paiu du������troylug power, ami yot  lt will novcr burn, blister or duBtroy  .        - ��������� * -' *  WKT    It il't-.Cil     dl....    Ivl.     S*-.'*.*    ������������    W������l.W'*.  You've never yel tried anything halt  so good as Nerviline for any sort o������  pain, it docB euro rheumatism, but  that'u not all. Ju.it test it out for lam*  back or lumbago. Geo, what a right  tine cu e it lb for it bad cold, for clu at  tiglitiH^h, even for neuralgia head-  at;ii. u is* ciiiiply I'.ie fnimi*t *.**v������*t.  For the home, for the hundred and  oi.i������ Llllc --I!:ii':iil;: tliat cou; tanlljr  arise, uii.'lhir larache, loul..acl,*j,  tV.tt neck, t,r pome other tiuiMctilw  pain- NenJliru will &l*r-*ys wiake you  gl-nl you'vo uvaA ll, and because It  will cure you, hoop handy on the  tui'ilt u r.Oc. f-i*mHj- t,l.tt: 1*0*115*; !t 5ti*epi  tho il'-ctor'n bill am*]]; trial tho, 2,*>e;  All dealers, or the Catarrhoxoai Co.  Klcgttoo, Caimdft.  3  J THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  /  -c:  The Army of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������they not  only give relief ������������������  they permanently  cure Constipation.   Mil  lions use  them (or  Bilious.  ness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Store.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Prico,  Genuine must bear Signature'  The Right Way to Strike  A Match  Once in a while-wc have complaints about our matches  breaking in two. This is no  fault of the match as EDDY'S  MATCHES are made from  specially selected straight  grained wood only., For the  benefit of those who are in  ignorance as to the proper way  to hold a match (and there are  many)  wc give the following  directions:  " "The foretlnger-of the right hand  should be placed over tin- tip of  tho match, and withdrawu quickly  when the Hume comes". This pre-,  vents any undue leverage on the  match and instinct prevents one  getting one's fingers burned."  THE E. B. EDDY COY., LIMITED,  Hull,  Canada.  C. P. R. Shops at North Bay  Extensive  Alterations and  Additions  Made to  Equipment  ���������  A description of*the enlargement of  the Canadian Pacific Railway's   "divisional shops at North Bay shows how  extensive the   alterations and extensions aro.   Work on those was commenced early in 11)13,   and   required  about    a    year    tc    complete.    The  project included not only the extension of the shops but also tho mechanical yards, involving the   reclamation  of a small   section   of   land   along  tho . shoro of Lake Nipisslug.    Tho  motive power, prior to 'tho.change  consisted of   a    23 stall locomotive  house, with small machine and blacksmith shop attached   to the west end.  This combined building    was    of   a  hoavy masonry construction, and has  boon retained iu tlie uew layout.   To  the west   there   has   been added a  combined machhio and erecting shop,  served by a transfer table, along tho  west frontage of the shop. The erecting shop contain-., 12 tracks, the depth  of tho erecting shop being    70 feel.  The    alterations    have, iudoed, been  so extensive as to almost produce the  feeling of entire newness   as to appearance   and    size.    The    normal  monthly, production   is. eight   locomotives.  ��������� Repairs    of all kinds    are  made.   Old engine^ are made to look  liko new;  more men have been employed; and   under   the direction "of  Mr. A. 11. Kenfall excellent work is  turned out' at these augmented shops,  tho presence of .which,   bv the 'way,  havo made North Bav  the    bustling  city'it is���������as the C.P.K, from the start  made   it   a junctional point and hail  tlieir regular   shops there.   The added  enlargement,    with    consequent    in-  creaso   of   men,   gives   lifo   and the  circulation of money to the ambitious  city. *  Heroic Deeds  on Battlefield  Asthma Doesn't.Wear Off Alone.���������  Do -not make the mistake of waiting  for asthma to wear away ,by itself.  While you are waiting tho disease is  surely gathering a stronger foothold  and you live in danger of stronger  and yet stronger attacks. Dr. J. D,  Kellogg's Asthma Remedv taken early,  will prevent incipient condition from  becoming chronic and saves hours of  awful- suffering.  Tracing It Back  The dentist says it's all right to tell  the story, but that, his name must uot  be used.  His explanation of his modesty is  that it is unethical to advertise. He  must rest under the suspicion, however, of being afraid that his story is  scarcely good advertising even if* he  docs deny that he is the principal-  character.  ' A" frieild of his���������a' dental friend-  had just pulled a tooth .for a patient,  he says,     - ,  ��������� Doctor, you.toli me that it wouldn't  hurt, to pull that tooth, he said.   -  I did, triumphantly   acclaimed the  doctor.   What hav0 you to say about  the matter?  Well, all I've got to say is, moaned the patient, that Ananias must have  been the lirst dentist.���������Louisville  .lines. *  -VtrtHLlDREN   8 EETHiNQ  HAflY IS VERY COMFORTABLE: AND  LAUGHS DURING TH*** TF.ETI'iNG  PERIOD.   THANKS TO   .  1MRS.  WlNSLOW'S  Soothing  pu-i*-!*".* y vi*:R*:-'rAB!.E'  Syrup  NOT MARCO ���������*'*���������  Ull TO ALL SUFFERERS  I .-.-illi'l'l in' I ->l SoKii lU.'N IlilWS" "UH I llu- 111.I l.S'  iith:k Irom KiiiMKV. ill Mini.K, sr.KVnrs 1'IM.Ashs,  Chili it. ie M-|:AI>M.������s,|i| CKI.S,SklN I'Kill11'lllSS.I'II.IS,  Willi* Inr I"*''*'.!' I'I.i-l II II I'Ml MI-lill'AI. Hi.lli: ON  lili-M"  illMM-i'S  .111 I   *VllNI>!:KF|:l.  C I'I! l.S  I'l'i'di-,!   by  1 H������*.*JiiW K.iaiSIOH REM EDV. m������i i\i���������2 ri,A  -   - * - *    ���������!,. j,,,  '11 iiiil*  tiioiPimMlv (ji* ViMi|(ii\rs-,iilmi*ni. Ali-ohitulv FRE*!  Nu'lgllnw mi rii'ciiliiia. Nuulili-.iili>n.i, IU:. l.t.Cl.i:, r,  H..H C",II AVI-ll-'. lorn II li, II >ur*>ir..\n I.on in s.l'.Mi  Wl.  ISAM'   lu  1'M.iVfc.   Jlh.U.M'lJ.I  WILL vLki  IUU.  rrtfeRAPlowr.":!;!:.  PATENTS  l'YiUliorstonhaugli & Co., head officflj  KltiK t-treet east, Toronto, Canada, *  Can't Square Himself  ���������An editor up in the northeastern  part of the state is in bad on account  of the write-up of a wedding, The  brldegrom was named Gunn and his  father.Ahram Gunn, Tno girl's nnmo  wns Smith. The editor turned in the  copy to,the office hoy tne last thing  before goin.-* to press, then hurried to  the train, to he gone two* days, When  the paper was printed, the article was  headed "Gunn Smith" and went on (o  say that the bride was arrayed in a  dress of -'white milt*," instead of white  mull, and sho caried a large '-nose."  The editor wrote tl at th0 bridegroom  was a well liked son of A, Gunn< and  the boy set lt up, "The uridegrobm is  a wall-eyed son of a gun,"  The editor has never been able to  square It wllh the Claims nnd Smiths,  ami all of lhem quit taking tho paper.  ���������Dounohorg (Neb,) News,  A Word tc- ihe Wise  Do you know, Hill, 1 nearly lost a  sovereign today.  How was that?  Weil, yon see, I went to call on a  .friend oi my wife's', and he askid me  io .end mm a Hiivci'i'igu, Yes, certainly,' i-no** l, and 1 brm.Ki.t oui u t*uv-  ���������cmvIku; hu. it n.\er got nu I'urihor  than my ' ind.  i low was ihaiv  Will, yen Bi*i', one of his daughters  <*ii:iiiui'iiceil to sin*; Kathhon Mavuur-  ii.'en,  u'cll, wiui- haa that gut to do with  lending a sovereign?  ��������� lOverythlng, illll, for sin- started liko  ilii.*: li may In* I'or years, or it may b���������  i'o re ver. So I pupped llu* quid buck lu  my pockut.-���������TH-IJU8.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.    .__ %  A newcomer to Idiiln from tho  ���������? trie tiy prohibition st,.h-uf Lan.-a.-. had  the misfortune one wintry day to lull  lino the rapids of a wwlft riitiiiln*' river  ���������wlii'n the tliiTiniiiiiettr-r sic-.-,! si vera)  ���������dei-Teen h low zero, He was saved  with dllTIcully, and liis iiiuthes Ir-  <* line, a rinding Hi'i'iith of wa hoforo  liis rescuer*- could get nlni to tho near-  <mi milium.  Easily Arranged  A Now Yorker was passing a night  at a "hotel" in a Southern town, and  when going to his room for the night,  ho told the colored porter that ho  wanted to he culled early In the morn-  "ilii*".  The porter replied: "Say, boss, reckon yo' ain't, familiar with these houii  modern.InviMitliiiis. When you wniu-i  to bo called in de niawniug, till you1  hut* to do is jesl to press de button at  de lii-nil of you' boil. Den wo cuiii<������h  iipiin' calls you.' "���������-National Food  IMuguv.inc.  Acts    of    Bravery  Performed  In tho  Heat of Battle  Thrilling  tales  of /die  bravery of  the soldiers at the frout are told In  tho following letteis.  "Near our trench," says a soldier  returned from tho Aisno, "there wero  sr. lot of wounded and their cries for  water' wore pitiful, ln the tronchos  was a quiet chap of,the Engineers,  who could stand it no longer. He  collected all tho water bott.lo3 ho  could lay hold of, and said he was  going out. Tlie air was thiol*: with  shell and rlllo lire, and to show wour-  solf��������� at all was to sign., your death-  warrant: That ehi.p knew it as woll  to stop him. He got to tho lirst man  all right and gavo him a swig from  a bottle. No ��������� sooner, did he show  liinisolf than the Germans opened  lire.  "After attending to the first man  he crawled along tho ground to others  until he was about a quarter of a mile  away from us. Then ho stood up and  zigzagged1 toward another batch of  wounded, but that was the end of him.  The German-.tlre get hotter and hotter.  He wits hit badly, i and with just a  slight upward lling of his arms he  dropped to or.rth like the hero he was.  "Later, he was picked'up with tho  wounded, but he was as dead as they  make them out there. The wounded  mon for whose sake he had risked  and lost bis life thought' a lot of him,  and were greatly cut up at his death.  One of them who was hit so hard that  he would in ver see another Sunday  said to me as we passed the Engineer  chap,' who. lay .with a smile on his  white face and had moro bullets in  him than would, sot ��������� a battalion of  sharpshooters up in business for  themselves, 'He was a rare good one,  lie was. It's something worth living  for to have tseen a deed like that,  and now that 1 have seen it 1 don't  care what becomes of me.' That's  what we all felt about it." ,   "  The. story of the bravery of Corporal Lupin, of Liege, is told by a  Belgian officer.  We were on the right bank of the  Meuse, at Hcllaire, in close touch  with the German battery. The musketry on both sides was terrible. ��������� All  at' once, the Germans adopted new  tactics. They seemed to withdraw  from thoir position; and we could  distinctly notice-their ranks splitting  as if.iii great confusion. It was only  to bring up more artillery which had  been rushing from behind. The move  was smartly executed, the ranks  closed again, ���������and for a time they  seemed as if they were goinj to have  the advantage over us.  But' now young Lupin had seeii  his clianco looming, and what he did  altogether changed ��������� the ftrce of  things..   -  ��������� Like a flash, the boy dashed off un-  "d"er_corCT^6f~ir_ditrch"���������t-o~ih"e_i(?it���������of"  tho German battery. At 300 metres  distance" he found shelter behind a  wall. He tooic aim at the battery in  enfilade, and his Mauser brought  down in quick succession the chief  officer, the 'under officers, and the  artillerymen.  ���������  This time real confusion took place  at the German battery, which was  nearly silenced, The Germans, thinking* ��������� that a whole platoon- was now  attacking them, directed their last  piece of artillery ou the wall, and  with a terrific carsh the wall came  down, burying the .brave Corporal  Lupin. The boy's bravery had weakened the Germ.in poistion, and it clla  no; take us long to scatter them and  put another victory on our ll^t.  How Reservist Dobson saved a  comrade ami earned tlio Victoria  Cross Is told in the following letters-  Writing to his wife, Dobson says:  "You will know by the time you  receive this letter that I have been  recommended oi'r the Victoria' Cross,  an lnnor J, never ihought, would como  my wny, I only took my chance and  did my duty to, save my -comrades,  It was really notiimg."'  Tho second letter is from Lady  Mildred Wollott, whoso husband 'commands Dobsun's company. It Is addressed to Mrs, Dobson:  Everybody  feels better when Liver and  Bowels are normal. . Keep  yours toned up with  zbc. and 60c. at all druggists ana  stores. Take Abbey Vita Tablets tor  Sick Nerves.  No Trouble At All  A tall, row boned, rod headed countryman was accused in*tha city courts  of Valdosta of wife beating. YVh-n  arraigned, lie very promptly pleaded  "Not guilty." Not being able to om-  ploy counsel, 1 was appointed by the  court to defend lilm. Tiiking him off  to one side, 1 said, "Now tell mo exactly what took place between yourself  and your wife."  Wasn't noil.ing took place; ho said,  Then why did your wife swear out  this warrant** What was the trouble?  Oh, he says, they wasn't no trouole  at all. Last Sunday*-morning mc and  my little boy * went, out in the garden  .and got some potatoes for breakfast  and brung 'em in the kitchen. 1 told  my wife to cook 'em, and sh i said she  wouldn't do no sich thing; we'must  eat 'em raw. Then she tuck some  more'-potatoes and put '-.m in a pot  to cook for her and the gal. . told her,  if me and the, boy had to eat 'em  raw, her and the gal would have '.o  eat 'em raw, too,- and I, knocked the  pot often the stove. *' Then she tuck  the ax and busted the stove all to  pieces, and then I slapped her down,  and that was all they was to it. Jest  no trouble at all.��������� West's D-cket.  From the Kingston Post Office  conies word that Air. James McGuire  is again at work. Ho was laid up by  corns on the soles of his feet, but was  perfectly cured by Putnam's Painless  Corn and Wart Extractor.  War in the Winter  Winter  Is  tho  Chief   Horror  of  tho  Protracted  Struggle  In  Russia  The climate of Poland whore tlie  Russo-German campaign Is raging, is  about the same as the clima .o of Now  York and Chicago, and none' of ua  would liko to do a great deal of campaigning with the mercury hovering  botween the freezing and the zero  marks. Memory of the horrible sufferings endured by Napoleon's men on  their winter retreat from Moscow,  whon men huddled together lu great  neaps on barn floors to keep warm at  nights, and woke up lu the morning to  Iind thoso in the outer layer dead from  tho cold, raises vivid Imaginings of  tho horrors men might suffer. Of  courso modem armies aro infinitely  better provided for ..than that abandoned one. But we frequently hear of  ,lnck of food and clothing, lt is murderous, without wagons, to make long  marches or for the men to bivouac,  i'or each -'Oiim have io carry au un-  supportable hind of blankets and overcoat, besides rille and ammunition.  Much depends on tho rapidity of Russia's present advanco towards Berlin, whicli is, to say the lean'., remarkable. Winter is the-chief horror of  the protracted struggle unit is in progress not only in the east Prussian  marshes and in Poland, but also *h  the-uplands of Garcia and tho Carpathian passes where tliero has been  much suffering.  We are more intimate with the  horrors of the trenches in "danders  where the climate is more like Uiat  of Washington. Up in lho hills of the  Ar.iennes, and further up In the  Vosges Mountains that form the  boundary between France aii,l Alsace,  the, cold" at'night, is Intense, The progress of invention lias made such a  difference between now and the wars  of a century ago that it is hard to  reason' from one to the other. We  have now vastly larger accumulations  of men and better facilities for supplies and comforts.,- Modern equipment* with motor truck transport  makes even winter campaigning in  the snow possinle, which of old it. was  not, i.nd the parties to the'war have  such vast armies in the Held and such  vast daily expenses that to some of  them delay would bi more exhausting  than war. The time cannot be remote  when the beleaguered nations of Germany and Austria must face starvation.���������Montreal Witness.  Strength Past  Fifty Years  can be maintained by  adapting the right nourishment, and Nature'* own oil-  food in Scott's Emulsion  has strengthened thousand*, of men  and women to continue their work  and usefulness for many years.  Scott's Emulsion is a food, a modi-  cine nnd a tonic to keep tho  blood rich, avoid rheumatism  und thwart nervous conditions.  It is freo from injurious acids  or any harmful drugs. The best  physicians prescribe it. 14.w  lBS,'ffla������aan3ffi3*^ "  UUK of Ohio,   ilty nt.T0I01I0,     i     _  Uur-itH County, \     tm  (���������Ynnk J.  Cheney  imiltes oath  that  Ia  Hinloi   twiner  of  tin,  firm  of  1",  II       PHI IIH',       .,.      ,.������������������      ,���������...      w.       .,     .  l.'li*"iii'\ tk Co., iloinu biiHlne-JS In tho City  nf Toledo. County unit Btnto nforrmila.  uni] tlmt mtli] Mini wlll tiny I lie mini of  ONE lU'NDltl'l) 1)01.LAflS for rnoh  nnd every i'iuh- ot Cntnrrli thnt ennnot  lie cured hy tho nnt of HALL'fl CAT-  AHUM  CUIUS.  KUANK   J.   CHKNISY,  Hwnrn to tiff-ii* in*, mni ittiiiwTliii'.l .������  my 'ix-i-ii'iice, thin Oth dny of Dccfimber,  A.n.  lKXil,  iRffil) A. W   UI.RAHON.  Nntiiry   l-nhlic.  flnd'H *?ntnnh Cum !������ tiilion Inti'inrit-  ly ninl iiirtx ,'iuctlv upon tlm liliind und  iiiucuiim mu fiii*eii of lho system. Hund for  tt'HilitifinUiiH,   fii'ti,  F. J. 'IIKMOY ft CO., Toli-do, 0.  Snli!  hy  j.ll  Mrm-firMi.  7*ln.  Tnu������ rlail's Family run for Con-  Rttpatioa.  Dr. Curem���������You will find your dyspepsia r.riatly alleviated, Mr. Puck, by  cheerful ami ngncuhjo coiivoniiuloii  nt your ineiihi."  Mr, Peek--That';; fund tulvlco, doc,  i lint   nn1  tnoniii',   m-i������1  ,,ni   nr-i*i"|t  Vt"  ''*'  yWut'll  you  ha\e,  Dan?" Inquired j em away from home.  ������,',0, ���������'���������J.i'i'vo.t   toiii.k-iilim.ii*,, i ��������������������������� , ___  Th.. K.'insau opened bi.*, i-y-'s and an-|    Have you loiiu.' a custoanr for your  "You will be glut! to know that  your husband Is very well and hati  behaved with very groat gallantry.  Captain l-'ullott says: *A thick fog  camo down, so I pen.-threo men out,  100 yards to our front tc warn tliein  of tin attnek by tho enemy. After  t. uy had heen there an hour the log  suddenly I.f tod, nnd they were tired  on at close range. Ono man was  klllitl, ono. badly wouniieu, nnd ouo  craw.ed back. I didn't know how to  get the wounded nun hack, so i  valU-d for a voluntii'i* and Hetjervl/t  Dobson nt once rospondid and went  out to foidi him, He was heavily  llred ut, but nol hit."  , New British Possessions*  The final absorption o. Cyprus into  the British empire reminds us that  the sovereignty of that island is still  a matter of dispute. Leo VI., last  King of the Lusignan line���������who was.  also King of * Armenia���������was carried  captive to Jerusalem, and afterwards  sent to Paris, where he died in l'h'3.  ���������His���������descendants���������Irayc���������frecru-eirtly-asserted their rights to the crown of  Armenia and Cyprus. The last well  authenticated claimant was Guy de  Lusignan, who died in a Paris cellar  in 1795, but a claim to direct descent  was put forward so recently as 18SI  by Archbishop Khorian, who represented tho Armenians at tiie Congress of Berlin and- who set up a  modest claim that the Island of Cyprus should be made over to his family as heirs io the throne of Armenia.  One of the Archbishop's brothers  married an English lady while an-  wedded Mile, de Nosrois, well known  in Paris as "Princess Marie, de Lusignan of Cvprus,'* Jerusalem and Armenia." '  Duration of the War  A "distinguished French oiTicer who  is in u position 'to estimate tho porb-  abilities, does not expect lo see, the*  Germans drivenback across the lthiiie  until February, luiu, or the conclusion of peace before P.UV. Tnis forecast should show tho necessity of  more aclivo recruiting in this country. There are thousands of men who  have not joined the t���������nny.because they  honestly believe that "the war will be  ovei., befor they' can llro a shot,  --.lose who are hesitating to enlist for  this reason may be reassured. The  nation must -he prepared to placo  more thai, a million men in the-liejd  and to maintain its annins at ihat  figure, hy making good the constant.,  wastage of Uie balilelleld. Only'1 at  this price can final success be purchased, the liberty of Ku,ope secured,  And the jxistonco of Uie British empire  preserved.���������London Dally Mail. .,  ap-  th������  Why Floh Arc Brain Food  The two, vacationers had ll.-ilu'd an  hour wlinout a nibble to reward them  ior liii'ir patience,  At a lime llko tills, mild lho lirst  mail, old l:*aiik WaiUui would have Indulged In philosophy. Have you anything philosophical on your .iiiuii Uia.  you might work off Just now to relii".'o  the monotony?  Nothing but thin, replied the oilier  mint. I Hii.MHJHO'li Ih by rol'iu-lng to  blli" and compelling llilicrninu to phll-!  osophlzo tint llsh net the ri'inilntloii of  being brain food,���������.Mi wurk News.  Spinster���������How many Masonic  lodges did you hi\j your liu.sbuiul ')')���������  longed tor,  WUV���������Fifteen.  Spinster���������My boiIhohb! Jtut to think  i ut   ii   limn   i" mu   out nueell   lunula  ti  \ v.'f-r-V',    Vtri 5'bid I'm at* old iiiiihl  Minard's  Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Jim's Kittens  It was a happy day for tho two little girls wncii the stray kitten was  found mowing at tholr bad; door. ,  was diriy and tnii. and lottery on its  spindly teg*-., its rtireiuagu was unknown, ��������� but there were painfully apparent eviilonces tl at it was not far  removed from the bourgeois genus  alley cat.  SUH, tlieir kindly littlo hearts had  Hungered for a pot, iin-i as .. dog had  been tabooed at Uu lr homo, thoy on-  treiued wildly to be permitted to keep  the kitten. Tholr ptireiuu heans we.e  touched, and ihey wore promised another nnd more gentle feline, But to  no avail. Tlmy wnnieil lin hoinel.'is  and helpless little wulf'tluii they had  found in the haciiyard.  (So, at la'st, they won told thoy  in'lgiit keep lt. ihe maid o-' all work  fiivo tho squirming and uirty Utile  tail of I'ii. a bath, ami whon il Imd  dried It was decidedl improved. A  li'u,. rlblinn nround Its n<vk gave it  really a rospoelablr, appi'iirance. Milk  was Vn'tJ It iu ahuiui' nee, and uro long  It came to be <iuit> as pampered a  looking put as If A liiui behind It a  long line of luiio blooded .incestry.  i.any It wns mciie'. Jim, aud i.h  tliii it "bei'niiK! known throughout tlm  neighborhood, Jim was a well behuv-  id feline and liiHriiine a favorite, Ton-  Ki'ur.thtiy them wr i a htilnib at tlio  home of the Utile glrlH when one of  them run Inlo tin- limiiie where li**r  mot her was entertaining her bridge  club, t"lt-iiily s!ii* was bui'Mlng with  a desire to con lid . something to h<*r  mother.  Th0 In Uer, always courteous to tlin  llitie liln-,-, Hli'pp.'d the g.iluo. "What  Is It, dunghti'r'.'" she ask.'d.  "Oh, iiiammii," blur'.nd out the 111"  tie girl, "Jim's gone ami gut .our littlo  kittens In the garage, and I did.ft uu-u  know thai i.o was married,"--Louis,  vlllo Times.  His Ambition  "The first time I observed my nephew, Walden Jay Piddle, practicing  what al'teiwai'd became his justly cele-  bratcd specialty,"' grimly stated. Uncle Tiiiirod Tar..., "was r/'-u -i he"shipped a hard. earned dollar away'oil"  somewhere io an advertiser, who promised to send him full directions for  making liis own eye water, and received Uie advice, 'Pouo your finger in it.'"  A later caper "of bis .'as .to send an-  othe;* dollar for Tin infallible rule for  ��������� telling'mushrooms from yoadstools,  which produced the mirrh provoking  reply, 'Eat 'cm an*.', see.' At one time  he got up a flirtation through a matrimonial paper, aim it look".ho combined  olTorts of his, relatives to pull him  loose from th^ oonsei'ueneds,  "Upon another occasion it cost him  live dollars to learn that he could un-  ifaillngfy win at cams by letting them  alone. At present ho is advocating  that two inn live as cheaply as one,  and at the'same time sidlin;-: up to u  widow wii l live children. It seems to  niQ that Walden Jay works harder to  win his diploma from the school of experience than any other iriniiy with  whom I was ever' uc'iualnted."���������Tom  P. Morgan.  A young Scandinavian recently  piled for a job as 11 fe saver-  at  municipal  baths  in  .Vinueapolls.  As he was about six feet six'"inches*  tall and well built, the'chief life saver  gave him an application blank to till  out.  "By the way," said the chief life saver, "can you swim?'" --���������  "No," replied lho appll'caiu, "but a  can ,wade like blazes!"���������Everybody's  Maga-siiie.  Sweet and palatable, Mother Graves-  Worm Exterminator is accrplab'e to  children,'and it does its,work surely,  and promptly. , ���������  Art In Cleveland  We went up to tho Ciax.on'Building  the other day to call, on an arlistio  friend. Perenps wc have expressed  ourselves badly, we do not refer to a  person who inaues an art out of irieiid-  siiip, but to one who by his painting  Anyhow we "called on this fellow and  found him doing a war dance about his  studio.  Wl'at ou earth has happened? w$  asked. ������  i've-sold that painting! he cried.   t.  Fine! said we, What are you going  to paint next?, "   ���������  Tlie town.  And he did.���������Cleveland-'I'Ialii Dealor.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Pain Flees Before It.���������There Is  more virtue In u bottle of Dr.  Thomas' l'"olu.*.rl ��������� Oil ns a siibduer of  pain tJinn in gallons of aher medicine.  The public know this and there are  few household** th rough oik the country where It cannot be found. Thirty  years of use has familltirlzo.. the people with It, and mude it. a household  medicine throughout the western  wo rlil.  Names '  was In a phllosoph-  uiiders tunrting  Tlu   Integrity  of China"  fhouRh Tsinj '.''im will, till tlie clo9i������  of the war, remain'In possession of ilia  Japanese, It is certain that It will, in  ("in* course, be restorrd.,o China. The  London correspond*, nt of tho Liverpool  Dally  Post  uiiilers'iindi- that In  that  event it is probably that Wel-Ilal-Wel  I will   ho   given back to China hy the  j llrllish government,   Its secession w.i's  | intended as a so L of compensation for  i the (lernian iici-ulslilon of Klao-cliau,.  but   its value was sentimental rather  than practical,   Our real base in tho  Chinese sens Is, of course, Hong Kong,  and very little has been done to convert Wel-llai-Wi*: ililo a naval arsenal.  ltn restoration  m Us .orgln'il owners  will he ample proof that we have no  di'JigiiH on Uio in(l"|������ondeiice or territory of China.    An ac; of Ihls  kind  will  do something  lo dinpo.se of tho  0:rnian legend dial wc are unlimited  by all lnct".is:ini  desire I'or territory.  or,  How beautifully, they dunce loge.h-  i*.  Yes.    I wonder wMim* liiiHhiind hor  s\v Ted weiililj, "tiUOMsi I'll take a k'ush 1 ifrnmophotip yi't.'  ni   Ieinoiiaili!."���������LippiiK'Ott's. '*' *  We've been HiniT'i'd 'fight y.-ars and  ... ,<   in'iij ii,at .in .if^iiini ui,  Then you'vj never triul to dar.oo  a::y ot the modern dnnt-ei with your  wife. -l)i-irolt Fno Tress.  Oh. yon; 1 plnypil It for twelve  hours on end, and all thn neighbors  ���������lobbed legitIht and bought it from  :i.i'.  ^SAt������iia������ pranr,,?'ct! Eyelids,}  ���������i.icM Sua, 0Mi.ii,d Hind , ^'i-?1'-"',  ipiirklv relieved bv Murine ���������     'f"u l,u" ��������������������������� ��������� ������������������ (''  You've read "Tho Heavenly Twins?"  iskt-d nu Englishman of an Irishman.  Yen. I have.  And "The Sorrows of S.ilan?"  Y'H.  And havo you mid  "l.fioklntf Rirlv*'  I do that? Bittd  I>ri"C!**i.irj o*. Marine t>e atat4���������'y C4,,Chk*i*t������  W. N. V: 10.U  think two can live ;,n cheaply*ag  one, fir.  You '-.irff f"If**������ Into my family on  that thiory, yniitu,' man. I'm willlnc  to i.*-r* 'i������ lupp.ir.'litc my daughior,  but j-'vi'ir iinr-i to p-iy ao.ir<l.  Fowl  The fat pluiube  leal mood.  There Is Blm ply no  women, he observed.  Wliaddyo mean,. iiii(.ersi.iind? the  thin crapcuiter asked, just to start tho  conversation.  Well,, lor liiKtmico, a woman doesn't! partner is?*���������Detroit Free Press,  object to being called a duik. [   No. | ��������������������������� .:: *  And Bho oven smiles if somo one  happens to refer to her as ; chick u.  Too true,  Aid most of tin iu will stand for being called si-nubs, broilers or turtle  llOVUH.  Yes, yes;   hut whal's  th > Idea,  lui plumber ex.  objecth to hi'liig  hen is Lhe jnu.st  whole    blooming  eli'giiilii.  It's Just this, the  I'aliiM'd. A woman  called a lieu, and a  useful bird of I In  biiiii:h,--~Y')iingMowii  Her StrnlQht  speaking  with  Tip  your father  last, Hi'inuw'hut  I was  last, night, hu snid at  liui.U'ly,  Oh, were yon? un.'iWi'nul the sweet  young thing, lowei*;*it lu-r uyes. Er���������  .vim;   were   yuu���������er���������tn'.king  about','  About the '..a. in Europe, Your  ''���������itlif'r Miild that he hoped the lighting would houii bu over.  Tho .sweet you.'if; thing smiled.  Yen, nlio remarked, J know ho's  very much opposed to long ciigii'pj-  inontH.���������t-'li'Vi'laiiil  Leaner.  Suffered Over Two Years, GrowThin  and Lost Appetite, Itching, Burning, Soro Eruption, Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Completely Healed,  SI r ' -^n.  IV*',       ������J*'<. I   Kill\&  Wbf'Ti viS* In'- fjunh'l wh] yrv.i' wife,  do nlio pout, and millc or do" sho talk  back, itruddcr UumpiiH?  ^i.o talks back, bah: And mho uot  on'y talks back, but she tall,.! front'-  tinlH and Hldownyi* r.tul acrost and end.  Il'.il'.j     .|������i,l     ill'if.',  '11     .;������>'*        ������-.im,t>I .   *,  I  muml, ami round, ami den she comi's  nil do way back an* repeats lit'r*-,o'f. Ay,  yasBMh, hIio sho' talks I)uck.--Kiuih:ih  City Star.  ������.'*,  'Hit  Men arc alwajii bite I liavo waited  '. ere tilnci' hix o'clock for my Inu.sbaud  t.. '. 'lav, ,o: I ('��������� i   '..-���������'.'. *.-.".'. ���������,. tl.li-;>.  At what hour w< re you to meet  hl-n'' ;i*.lii-(l tiie winiaii wh.r hml J.'dn  *-il  h<-r,  At five o'<'b"'k.  IV, whnt Is envy?  Kiivy, my boy, is what your million-  t atro unrk* fooit ciory tim������ h������ h������-jr*  j >ou br'KK.nn; your niuihi-r for & socoud  plL-Lt-  ot   V<*-'.  I >M,'yr.,'  case Of It?  Farmur���������lei-, u.v jiuk. 1 oifurud to  settle by full* iih-uiiw, au' hu wouldn't.  Ho 1 docldeil I'd hire a lawyer un'  havo lilm took Into court,���������-Livingston  Lance.  Johnnie!  Ycii'in.  Why nre you sitting on that boy'H  flit!'''.'  Why, I���������  Did I not l<ll you to always count  a hundred bifure you gave way to pas-  ������������������Inn *l������li! .-tr'lrl,- ari-i'N'r buy '  YfH'iii, and I'm donf it; I'm just -nit-  tln' on his fiici* uo he'll be heie when  I'm done commit' tno hundroil."���������  Iloii.-loii Post,  Why did you lot him klrni you?  W'-ll, Hiiid thn cftiulld Rlrl, nftnr you  let h man tei*- v������u in thft ballroom, It  docs Hi'i-m inconiilBtunt to rr-fuue hlto  ������ kls������ in ih������i conRervntory.  aiW fleori**" SI,. S.'irnl.i, nm, ~"l murnrwl  for over two yearn wllh nvrmii wlili-h llr*i|  tilipnuri'd In mti.'ill I'lmpli'.- <*iud linike Into  red Infliimi'd Mii'i's, Tla-y m-rn very Iti'hlnii  mni when my i-luihiiM runlieil aii.Uiihl tlimit  1 was In great illi-ire*-.*-. I loM my n'-.t ;iti  nlKhl und wuh initirli ilUilKured hy llm ���������.*i'ii|i-*  tlon. Tin) ������f/iiiiiii wiw so luil Unit. I nro-*  thin und lout my uppi'tlii). 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