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The Cumberland News May 12, 1915

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Array -X -1  *>?���������  *TT^ ILJ^ IT7*^  i   1 JL-rf  *%t^,������  Oevoted Especially to the interests of Cumberland an-d Surrounding* Diwlrlct.  fr-tftr-waOTca em'^'oaKvi^oMMtMMtiiii'rifouMfvxtBUKrmi  The News, Twenty-First Xv.au  ^^tflj������i^Mjf--Da-eDV*n-nsx-r^-iv  CBM'HERLAND- B. 0.  WEDNESDAY,   MAY 12  :<5?5  StH'SCKIPTlON 51. Or A Yk.U*.  *  rt*tj-*-xt������������������������r.'^jt?������-*CiC-f-<-*^n*.^^  BWIICIWtWHMWI  n*,������on-M*MiCjso'ji*t ���������nmz���������i hujjjw  N  SPRING  ' ^SBHsk.-i-i  GOODS  ���������*������^  Very special in Ladies' House Dresses, made of good quality gingham in  fawn And blue shades  A- Leader-at $1.50 each  OS  of  ada  New Crepe Cloths, in Dolly Vardcn  designs. Iust the ' latest for ..dresses  and waists. Price 20-0. yd  **ZP3XIIC?J3Z������Zl  ft     .   ������������������"���������������������������������������������-���������"������ ���������-   ��������� -jiir~i-  Ladies' Cloth Pumps, in all sizes.   ���������  -   Special at $1,95 a pair  For a few days wc will place on sale a-  good assortment of Ladies' Skirts,  regular prices to.$6.50.   ..      ,  '  Special price $2.50 see them  Always" remember "��������� our Leader    in  Postal Office Department  ' Ottawa, Canada.  Under the Post Oflice Act,  Sections"65 and 66, the PbsUnas-'  ter General has the exclusive  privilege of receiving, collecting  conveying and delivering letters  within Canada,  Bills and accounts . whether in  open or sealed envelopes, as well  a- circulars or other, printed mat  ter^ enclosed in envelopes seah  ed or ready to be sealed, are  '���������'letters'"within the meaning ot  the Post Office Act,  J There is a penalty under Section 136,of the" Post Office Act  which may amount to $20 oof r  each letter unlawfully carried,  It has been brought to the at  tention of the Post Office* Depart  nient0tViat J:onie business-funs'de  siring to avoid paying the "War  Tax which, became' effective on  the 15I1- April,"propose making  arrangements for the delivery of  t'tol*'. ��������� ' ;<:  I.  T A SLO R'-HADE  . .-CLOTHING ..** .  We Solicit Your Order For Your New Spring Suit  Good Style Perfect   Fit Guaranteed  A  Large Selection oi Samples   to choo*e from  SPECIAL in Men's Two-piece   Summer Suits  - **��������� '������\-i-������ww mMk7rt.--*������M  .Newest Styles in  Men's High Crown   Boater   Shape  STRAW HATS l  LADIES' -g_  and 7th a  MEN'S   :  TENNIS SHOES  H.-.1 tutnf^aeJLU^mivJi- cry ***-*ff*i*r^.'i*rJU'** i&wu*z������&*xm*m ***-* "Pta MMt'W'iw**** *m**tmnam imnnniiii tM-*M**m*ia*tm     *v***nxx-waz.���������virj*jtr ^*-unr>*~M-*-xi**reju*~7ra-rt--n������c-K-M*i  ll-----**-*MHm.V^^ ���������TOTO*^1---^^  MEMOnlAM SffiVICE SUNDAY  T^f^-niMiinVial Si'i'Vie-f held in'  St George's Presbyterian church,  was well attended, nnd was most  impressive. ' Tins church was lil!**  ed to the doors, and evidenco ��������� ot  tho liov. Hood's remarks   nn    lho  /~* r"\ r  i l\ o_.: t:As. r_i.r ,y,iC  "���������V^-V^ l_t> S-^-w-V-  D-G=a-=pa iY ���������   Simon Lsiser & Co.,  T  4-  JL^.I.   Am,    <l  accounts, bills. * circulars etc, many good (piaiith'S of tho Elliott  through means other than the boyS, and their devotion lo their  Post Office, coutrary'to the Post--country's caim-, was visible, not a  ���������al' Act, and a warning is, hereby | few' shedding ������ silent tear. The  giveu that the Post OHice Depart j last liters of, llm two hoys to  ment intends 10 insist that the their parents wero-read, and were  law shall be rigidly lived up to, j n. moral loasoii in themselves,  aud will in, no circumstances al- Theirfixcd purpose wasMo* -de  low these parties to avoid pay- fend the weak and helpless, ami  ing the one cent tax which has  Jae.eu imposed for war purposes.  in doing-so sacrificed   their "yo 11 np  priiinii-jng  There has for a long' tim -  been a demand thai our civil set  van Is should bc freed from t! e  fear that a change of government  meant removal from oiiice at  the caprice of a new "government being elected, N.o'scrvar.'  of the country should be at llie  mercy, of any party, whether  Conservative or Liberal. The\  should only be removed on a  proved incompetence or di.*-:hon -  esty, because, having learnt and  become thoroughly versed iu  their duties,,it is-a distinct busi  ness loss'to dismiss -them 'and  put in a raw hand   who uiav    01  Jives.  .During  Mr. .1. S. McMillan, or the  'JVchnhal Kd Mention Ft-iiT, and  Lo.-'iuei to tho Arts and Ciafts  Suciefy nf Victoria, is the guest  id' hi:; hmtlu'i*, J . IJ. McMillan,  jW.niiitfor of 0 and (i Mine?, Air,  McMillan's work has hei-m spoken  of very highly by the Educational  DojiiiriiiH-iit at. Victoi ia, and he is  <; msidercd one of the foremost  teachers' of Decorative Art in the  Province,  Mv. ,1.- 11.   McMillan   hns   v,,.  -���������'���������ii'ly pm chimed 11    Dd'hro    I'-O-*.  five pai-senger touring  car.    'iho  ear   arrived    from    Victoria   on  -Tuesday.  T. K. Bnnl'.s km nmed from  Vict .rin hi.-t Thun-dav, where he  at ended ���������he funeral of tho late  F\qi\ .Dung rnuld, who wns"-a  brother-in-law of Mrs. Unities.  Privates Do-moml Vuy, Len  Piket, Geo.   Brown   nnd   Harry  Bat t:il ion,  Wallace, of  the   -1-Slh  .BOABD   OP   TUADR  At thu I'egnhir meniing of the  Board of Trade held hi the Cmin-  cil Cbauihcrs on Kridny night* the  fiillowing ollicers were looted for  the eiitiiiing year:  I'iv-'iIuiiI.'t. I'. O'Counell.  Vice Piesidi'iit, W. IC hnwrciice  Secretary, K. W. WuMo,  Ti'i'Mstiriii:, A.   McKinnon.  ICxi'iMilive: Dr, Geo, K, Miic-  Nini^lit.ii, 1\ K, I a ������������������, lt. ll.cn-  doj'tJon, W. W, Willai11, iuul J.  N. Mel.cu'l.  The fuel oil qnotion was njjjain  fully dif(*i;s.>e(l, nnd tlio BoiipI  will li'iiiiiw its energies to secure  for the coal industry a mensiire of  j...,!.wl!,.:. :n'ai.- ' 'the CAU"vAo  jinuin������<.  stntioiu'd at Victoria, whero giveu  a grand pcud-ull'at tin? st'ttion on  Friday morning lust, .. on tlieir  leaving lor the front. The baud  played nnd the crowd cheered ns  the train pulled out from the station. Wo hopo to so.' them again  in Ouiuhei'lund.  All letters conveyed, received,  collected, sent   or   delivered   in  cou raven tion of the Post Office  'act will be seized   and'necessary  recognition was   aU-o   given   Mr.  steps  immediately takeu for-Uie^.Uushford,  om   local   horo,   who  prosecution   of the  offenders in  iu ail eases  where   the law   has  been contravened.  AlUPDEliOF BABIES  ���������. ^   FOR BENT��������� A furnished  room, Terms roasoiiiihle, Apply MrP.'Jamefi Abrams.  Loixl.*.., May JS. ��������� -The fueling  of ivsi'iituicnt ngnii st Gerninny  over tho tiir|iedoii'g of the l.tt^i-  Inn in hi'iloiui's so niroiio' on lho  ���������"lock t'Ncliingo today tl-a' tlio  British incmbiM's united and uirn  ed nil I heir o'.low inend ti*. of  (���������ierninii origin, mid also all German   clerks   l-odilv   (tit   of   the  a  hoiis-e, The Britieh memhcis have  ni'i'niiged to put... up put ilio 'S in  every nntrkel on  Aloudnv.   iirjlc 1 itir  the eoinniittce to exclude nil such  members from the Iioiim* in spi'o  of the fact; fJuit. tins mni >ers of  Gcriinui origin all have naturali/.-  iitlon piiners, ������   --.���������������������������<.   A label ii! lioiuiiiutitig cun'veii  tion to i-cler.t it caiididnto lu   cou-  London, May 10.--The I litis-  traieilLond'^n Horn Id correspond-  e it at Cork nsivt thero were on the  .L'lsilauia fifty babies who wo-c  1 )ss than twelve months old, and  more than 100 others whoso ages  did uot reach   two years,.    .Nearly  a- ���������*  nil have been drowned,   .  liThe h.-tiiies were the talk of  (ho ship, am! everybody tried to  look altar them when the lime,  eaiiie. There aro numerous enscs  recorded where hut.li p.ui'-engcrs  and crew stripped I Ium 11 selves of  their o'.v.u lifebelts to put around  tiie little ones, hut it was useless,  aud about, 150 of llm iulants, it. is  calculated, died fro in shuck nnd  The-,' \tero   iii'iei-wiiids  service the congregation   stoor  si km eu while Mr. Furbow   played  the Dead March in S-iul.    Pitting  was   present,    Special   uml    vory  appropriate music   was   rendered  ministers who dismissed tht: Lib  eral office holder.** right- aud   left,  ���������md- nol   au objection from 'the,  Conservative press.  The report, leceniiy issued"by  tlu-��������� enve'.uru ul jiruve's.that tlse  dismissals and reshpiations from.,  October. 10th, 1911 to Pebiuary  1 olh, 1915. were. 13.093, the new  appointments 25,613. Two for  one; the resignations were 7994  persons who preferred lo resign  rathei than be dismissed, as'they  knew tiiey would be unh-ss lliey.  resigned. Tlute were 12.520  extra i.'ilice holders appointed iu  'the three years and (our mouths.  may not prove  to  be suitable 'of| bs;,wt:0) }qi L ,UK) -I9,5. So   lhat '  ��������� ': '* '  TOiirpctentT'-l-nit���������sin*.ph--^h-dr-'=^^  ���������-  forked in because he piove-.l to  be a.strong parlizan of some sue  cesssful candidate or a useful  patty healer���������not a word as to  his suitability for the position.  In 1908 the Liberal Government  ���������Y the choir, assisted by the Ouni-|P'aced the sole control   of inside  hei'laiid Gleomeu, and JStr. i'car-  son. A,very instructive and impressive* service ended by tlie sing  ing of our .National Anthem   <y-  Mr. Prank Ramsay entertained a number of his friends on  Monday evening. A most .enjoy  able time was spent by all;  an excellent programme of songs  appointments iu the hands of an  independent commission, and it  was their intention to extend  this power to the outside appoiu  tmenis, but befoie this could * be  accomplished there came the  1911 election with the return of  the. Conseratives, with whom-'to  the victors be the spoils," has  long been "their party slogan;  and   since the ,.1911 election   it  etc, being rendered   and greatly  appreciated,    ������������������Joe" is an excel! I has been acted upon   in   a man  cat singer (?) and. when   he  got 1 ucr never before experienced   iu  CAt;l) ol' TUAMKS  Wn \vli������li to convoy, tlirnii'-h tlio Ni'.wii. j  ,,*(������ \.(ii*i. iloi.n 1 i-na'\   nf  f-������-i-:ttitii-lit   t>t   nur  fiimnlH iu i;iuu'..orUii.l tmd UioiMirniunu-j "'r'' >'"���������" ;'i'l"i������   '"    "e.\>    Feuerai  in'.iliMtrini fariliiiir inohtkiiiilly aiilv-iutoj'h-ctioujwill he held    nt    Pitrkt���������  dd njmi>.u]iy 1.iih uh in nnr noro hiMTuv- ! villo on Friday, May iiSth.  nt'-ii'., 1 i.i   !'"i-  tljt- 1*) cud  oimiil-rrulinn' -' '    Mr-,. Win,    Elliott    reruivoil   a  11 !.,������.    )']iih>nd.  on \\ ������M|n,-:-*iJ:iv,  -'a'iin,*;   iluir    her  1,  ���������,'n-i* 1 ih mul Mir ili-ui" lio'y������i  in the union  '.'   *i  ;*. 1  l!..ivi'" nlli.-.' Slim!'; ivftiiinj/. ' ,',ilil:-;f|-i;)  {*!>��������� i ti������  \'.fi"i vi������ 1.1m 1I1 li .]M...(,.i  ni.-iu-i-  wilt  ��������� ,.,������. ,������������������,    ..,'.i U.i   1..  l!,'.1   ' 1.   1 ; : ��������� - ���������"     ���������'  \\ *';i������- fjdey*, ail* miiij: i..:tt   l''l ici.cr  -a,������u, .      ji ov  ���������!', !i-,.,.ii .l-'-.'.f. ..n.i w. II"..11  .tay  Thi-  Tt'.i.    >ill  11 ��������� I llu: V.-iijl'-l. I..i'-i  lii-Uii isflnl J ,\ I,,,  fl-ll) O.U' ll'.Uli.*'. ji  Wr. am* Mkk. Wm Ki.i.iifir  ax pot-n."o  seen fl'.iiiting iu thu water wiih  lifebelts lied aronial lludr little  bodio**, but they were past, savii.g.  "Their mothers recovi r*'d con  iciollHlli-Srt in lhe i'1'K'.ltiug hi nls  only to Iind that lho little ones  thev were hugging to tlieir h-.i-.-  oiiis were dend, One inothei  lo-.t 1 1 her tlll't-e young c.hildicii.  1 nn six, mni four and the third 11  baby in nrius, six iiioiilhs (Id,  h'-he. Iiii'i-elf live.-. ������uo held tiji  the three, pf them in the wa1.' r, all  *  ll,, I   Ml' I, "I    !���������'       I-l  'ill- ',     I" Ill'lll   " r> 1  \\ iiiiil   1'1..1 ji.i-.i  .11     .*.     .,;.,.!.     I    ���������'' j  the. two eldest ehililivu Were dea.i,  Tiieir room was rc'juired   on    tin  Iiiuii, and tho mot her   was   brave  enough in i-nli/.i.' ihib.  "(livo thcni 10 me,' hIic shrieked.  'Give ihcin lo mu, my honiiie wei>  lhini.1-. 1 will bury them. They  nra mint* to bur*-, in thee iwn������i  mine  tired, had substitutes  to  fill  his  place,    Refreshments wore served during Lhe evening, to which  everybody   did   ample   justice.  Mr. RuniKiy left  ihis  morning  for San Pr.".u<'isco. where he has  secured  a   position.     ."Prank"  will be very much missed by his  many friends 111 this city having]  lived here   for  many vents and!  taken a prominent, pait in several   entertainments.      We   wish  Canada,  lu spite of the fact that Mi,  Borden.speaking at' Halifax promised,, if elected, he would c-.ny  out the Civil Service reform,  which had already been begun  by Sir Wilfrid Lauriei'S government. He said, ''To use the  power of filling positions iu the  pnblh: servile as a reward for  parly service, without rcgnid lo  the character aud rami.itv ol tne  liim   good   luck   aud   prospetiiy! individual  .--elected,  while he is iu lhe laud of  Uncle  ,.'l,iiii,  T, Uiph-y und 1). I). Mni:,.  left for (Jiiii-i -11111 on M .-mlny,  where- they will be   employed    on  a   groi-s  the government io,*i.!,*i.  .Mr,   A.J,  liiirii.-ide,    the   n*.-\v  manage]* oT the    Haul;   of   ('oin-  merco,     iiocijiiipuiiieil     by  I'urnsi'le.    ni'iived   ii  Tnesd.-iy from   1 'i.uv -I,  illldge lliii'iier i\,i  iV-.-L'li.  breach of solemn public tins' ���������  a ptivuie liustee so disl-.onoring  his office would he .subject to  ptini.-ihuu'tit by the eiiniimil  laws1. When the Libeial*- sue"  ceeiltd tlie Conservatives, in  \ih/) the lattet had held olfi'-e  for I'd veins, and all appoint-  nieiilx during  tjial   period   ]i,.d  I,,.     >,i.. ibt-eu      fi'ikd    bv   Cousei vat iv������..-������.  1 }     i'ii> - i  .,., ,i i , ��������� ,  town   on :  tip,,      - 1 [. t  1 Uliiei'ii.i lull lliey  isitoiiiii i.i ��������� .iji  lpninii.-(l to iifllees, but the I,ilnr  ia town lilil* ;   , ,   ,    ,,        ,  'id. g"v: rnuieiit to their huncr I"  1  1 h-fi-i'd 1 !*;.*������.    baekt.d hv   tlie |i|i -.>.  es in so-called war stamps, bur  have'the extra tax iu the,sainres,  oi the 12,520 new oflice holders  appointed because they were  Conservative partisans '-aud ��������� party  healers. Did the ministers who  appointed them donate any of  their ofiicial salaries to as.-n'st  the finances of the country at  this .liuie, of the pinch and  s.'ri-.ss of the taxpayer? No,  their exlia tax costs com es out'  of the taxpayers' pockets, how,"  ever hard it is to find the money  and <o mos! uf us means a cut-  ling (if some u'ecessiiy to ours.-l-  ves aud onr rhildrc-n.  This, and such as this explains  how with diminished prospetirty  miiioual and individual, we are  b'.'ing furiher liunlenu'd by inert-.-  used co.it of the civil set vices and  others that iusu-ad of being as  in 1911 when ihe l.ibeia's left  office Jj'KS,000,000 to run the  country iii 1915. i' costs' Ji.|o,-'  noo;ooo, Under Hie 'i**,"S**nt  cut Couserv.'Uive govei iiuieii', a  CDUsiderable jioiiiou of this jji-  g.iuiic iiiciea-.e i.s at'ribu'al to  the evil of jiaii'onage, tewardiiig  of poli'.ii'ian.--* by ofiices tor whose  se:vices then.' was no need.  KNTKKTAINMKNT  ,\ (irniul (.'olieeil  U ill be   given  iu the Ilu   Jlo   Then.i'i-   on   Wed.  ���������day, M-iy ^B'. '���������' ^   P  n>  : ie Symphony (hche M'a, lhe  1 '.leemen, ai-d iiieiiil-ers ol' I |.e  1 ev in I'liilich choir, ill aid of tin*  IIn'v Trinity Vieiirage l-'u id.  .V11 excel cut proi-Tlilunie oi  ���������!;i*i.ical am' lnr.m',;**i'i',-. imi'-ic  ��������� iii li.- i'1-mlelV I.  'I ieket> of adini-si.'.i,   ,'itl    eeiitu  K. Harford, J).    Va !r..i.   uml i w.,lic"������ u^n's;(i Hi������ spoils  lo Uu*  Ivn'iTs, and l/ln*ral.*i had to wan  A   Stenhoiice left f. r    Victoria 011;  Wi-iiiM.'rtiliiy to join the i.r.uv,  1 - *. ���������*. *< *tt.mt* tfaf.Wi*  i uu :i ofiices bee.iuie vaeanl.  I!.-**  'Pile Bvildeu goveninient ii*������t*d en  i' li teiK r *.* ;\-. alive   ;i;:i  ,!  ,ti  in the I,���������.'.;���������.'. wi������:t wi'h f-'-r  ;'.-   ��������� *���������-���������  \-ni-,,  to   kt.cp.'    Wiib   her   hair; nmruiUied n Ht'.b'  t-ol>hi-'*'  pray..r   ^(l   *  1  Mivainiii;'thiv.-u In-:* b.ick and   lior I lu \\\<. o; ro>,i *;.  a'ni',  Kin l..-r  mUi be j .\ful  newr-   to thive ' form >hi������kiug    with   ������tiri*f*\v,   shejt;(ipof porrow wns ie;l y-*i cumpk't-  ' took liohl i.f ..-'ch tiiiio   mio   front !lht, for jntit io! ll:e\    ���������-,���������������������������������������������   Inuding  IIH.     ..'I    I'll  OU..'  V  ri''\et*-: mny be oli'aiued at Mr,  PcnceN'.- drug *���������!ore.  1 f  f'-'acenbees' ��������� onncrt in  Jt'tic Watch for Po&tftrs  n\ i* '.'iKiir'iCii loin    ii'  iji-s (I  \ . Kile u is i.t p'.-e-i'M.'   nti������������������.|.   Am rcicucrd and  levtrently placd ; j,. r   i|,ir,i    a,���������;   ,��������� |y   rcuininine j!'"  h*_i Dlati'ict mecliu   At N.-..>.diuo.  hill tbe   water   af-uiii, autl  oim:i'!,.|lj)/j ^j,.,) j��������� ).,,r ,,,��������������������������� o  tii*.',   1..lu.'.* ...s   I.il.t    i... .*��������� u  :*i.iiii*ii   :il    JI.-||f i\ ?      Willow  not, iiiuii ;ll llu;   N |-,-,V ,    !-  lit.vt-.- Mr, H.e.iivii  t������������ !���������'. ..1. h .  1.si man a.-.d  n.;.;int wl'.at hi: .s;r..i'        .  ,      , , itiumiy, will leave for  Munitoha nn  W. T. White,  late   111:1 fiaRcr   ot  ,! tlie U.inI: o( (.'oinmcree lion1, ami  1 *   t  . *  1 I'lit li.li t 11.U    nVCl  bulllt  iThurfihiv. THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  Had Nervous  Dyspepsia  With   Frequent  Sick   Headaches  and  Much   Pain   After   Eating���������Dr.  i Chase's Nerve Food Cured  Tbis' letter is from a lady who gained 14 pounds by using tho great food  Curo. It did wonders for her in iru-  proving: her' funeral health. She is  enthusiastic iii Its pruise and refers  to her neighbors us witnesses of the  splendid rei-ulis'obtained.  Mrs. Susan" Dobson Spring Hill  Mines, N.'S., writes: "It is- with  /pleasure that I vriio to you in praise  ?f Dr. Chase's Nerve. l-jbod. 1 was  roubled with dyspepsia, and could  aot eat wi.noui suffering much pain;  also had sick koulaeucs irequontly,  and my nerves were |n bad condition.  About ten yenr* ago 1 took i thorough  troatment of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food,  using altogether 21 boxes, and .since  then can oat anj thing, havo been  treed from headaches, and my health  has been greatly jinpro\ i'ft in every  ���������way. I gained 14 pounds in weight,  and fee] sure 1 owe everything to Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food. Vou may use  this letter, and my neighbors cau tell  you of my condition before using this  treatment."  A  Trifling  Mistake  Mrs. Lane is a -zealouu and loyal  ���������wife and intends to avoid exaggeration, but she haa a strong tendency In  that direction.  "It is perfectly wonderful," she said  to a patient friend, "to see the way  Mr. Lane counts bills at the hank.)  think they ure so lucky,to have him!  He'll tako a great pile of five and ten  and twenty dollar bills and make his  Sogers fly just like ligiitning, and  never make a mistake."  "Never?" askeu (.he friend, who  knew Mrs. Lime's weakness, anil,  could not forbear the question. '    *   '  "Well���������no--at least," stammered  Mrs. Lane, "why, perhaps -'he might  get five or ten cents out of the way  but not any more, ever."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Canadian    Chinamen    Ready to  Help  The other day a British reservist  iii Montreal with his wife and family received the call to join the, colors immediately.  He decided to take his .-wife and  children to England to stay during  his absence. He found the most  convenient-arrangement would mean  leaving Montreal the following day.  But it was mid week, and the family  Vt'ash was at ���������tLe Chinaman's. .-. The  ������������������'boys'* shook their heads���������the wash  would not. be sorted out before Saturday. But just then the boss lauh-  ���������dryman came in.  "Your husband going to  the war?  Vel'iy Lrave man.   Mo work all night  to get your, laundry."  ���������rNmTTfl arm ug"ir" \vas~b roUghT"hoine"  by the "boss" himself.  ''How much?"-  "Nothing.   Your husband go, to the  . war.   If you stay here all' winter nie  wash all  tlie clothes for the family.  Not a cent"  EOMB THftLFREEZES  France's Terrible New Death-Dealer  j Is  a   Wonderful   Invention  France has obtained a terrible new  weapon in an air bomb just brought  into use.   lis effects are amazing.  "When it bursts it simply lays  everything near out fiat,'" states one  At tiie airmen using H. "Men go down  like tea pins, buildings collapse like  a "house of playinj cards, guns are  turned over as if by some unseen  uaud. Even the earth disturbed is instantly flattened out by tho same extraordinary waves of force.   '  "Extreme cold is produced at the  moment of explosion., cold bo intense  ihat I felt it myself when I dropped  my first bomb at .**. height of about  800 feet. It fell on a section of Germans bivouacking In a field. I estimate that at least thirty men were  killed within the area of the explosion.  Had they been massed more densely  more would have been killed.  "Death from these bombs comes instantly from intense cold and concussion."  Tho bomb is similar In size and  weight to the dynamite bomb hitherto  used with great effect The material  composing it, which is simple, can be  conveyed' to any air base, and the  bomb can be filled by the airman or  his assistants before he starts.  In addition to the air bomb French  airmen have four terrible weapons of  destruction in use:  TIig steel arrows, 6 in. long, grooved to ensure straight, downward  'light, about an ounce in. weight and  carried in a box which launches 1,000  at a ,tlme. Dropped from an average  Hying height one of these will go  clean through a rider and his horse.'  The airmen' carry several thousands  on each flight.  The quick firing air gun, which-has  accounted-for many of the enemy's  machines.  Tho shell pistol, a lucky shot from  which will put a Zeppelin out of action.  The dynamite bomb; weighing 901b.(  often used for blowing up bridges.  ' 'Recognized as the leading specific  for the destruction of worms, Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has  proved a boon to suffering children  everywhere.   It seldom fails.  ' Pat���������Rridgot ��������� is gone, poor soul,  Faith, an[ she. was a good woman; she  always hit me wld the soft e,nfl. of the  mop,    "  Little Girl���������No, I am  not English,  J was horn in France.  Lady���������Which part, dear?  Littlo Girl���������Why, all 'of me.  It ;:5p  M  i:  J  A  m  m  ii  elJ  ri  Better Light and  More of It  KEROSENE  light is best for  young eyes and old  eyes alike.   The  \**aS  lamp gives you  kerosefie light at its  best��������� a steady,  generous glow that  reaches every corner of the room.  The RA YO does not  smoke or smell. It is  made of solid brass,  nickel-plated, Itiscusy  to lii-rht, easy to clean,  ensy to rewfclc. At  dealers everywhere,  Made in Canada  &  nOTAJTE OIL li bint ftr (JI -,***  THE IMPERIAL 0 L CO., Limit--!  Wimit*r   C*liirr RiiUtt       Mot-i-l  (fr**t      IhliU-    SJmnlii   Jub-kM  Vtt***r*f T~-������tit OtUtrt  *ij^fiSi;.i.;!iiPMiiiBiiiii:ii|i|fi;)iiW^  Have you  Catarrh?  PLEASED TO RECOMMEND -  BA-iY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. Henri Bernier, Anceline, Que,  writes; "lt is with pleasure that 1- recommend Baby's Own Tablets, which  I have given my little ones for stomach and bowel troubles, constipation,  loss of sleep and simple fevers. No  mother of young children .should,,be  without them." The,Tablets are guaranteed to be free from injurious drugs  and may be given to the youngest  child with perfect safety and good results. ���������l>hey���������are sold by medicine, dealers or bytmail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. ...Williams' Medicine Co,,  Brockvill'e, Ont.  Germany's  Failure  Germany built'the most formidable  military machine'that was.ever put  together.  Germany put that ��������� machine into  operation at a timev of' Germany's  own choosing. ,  And Germany's military machine has  nothing toshow for 111 days of activity but a Belgium trampled under foot  and a successful^or partially'successful defensive,,against the allies on the  French border and.against the czar's  armies on the llusciun border.  Napoleon, Von Moltke and other  great commanders would have considered themselves l'ailuros it' tlioy had  spent 40 years in building up a military macnino, lf they had put that  machine In motion at. a time of thoir  own choosing and had accomplished  nothing more tlu-.ii Emperor William  hns accomplished in ill days of warfare.  Gormany did not go to war in ordsr  to prove tliat Gorman armies could  temporarily defend Gorman territory.  Germany went to war In order to  prove tliat Gorman armies could permanently occupy,adjoining territories  and trample down neighbor nations.  The might of Germany's propa rations,  the magnitude of fiormany's ambition,  must be remembered ln outl-natlng-  tho results of Germany's campaign,  Tho ronult of Germany's campaign no  far Is fiilluro.���������Toronto Telegram. ���������  SCOTTS  eo-uw-i**.  "I.-,"--  :i!B  Is nasal breathing  impaired? Does  your throat get  husky or clogged?  Modem science'proves  that these symptoms remit from run-down health.  Snuffs and vapors are irritating and useless.  The oil-food in Scott's Emulsion  ���������will enrich and enliven the blood,  aid nutrition and assist nature to  check the inflammation and  heal the sensitive membranes.  Shun Alcoholic mixture*  and intitt upon SCOTT'S.  Heroine of BattMeld  . *  Young.French Girl Who Risked Life  to Help British Wounded  A pretty, story of a sixteen year  old French girl's' bravery Is told by  Corporal S. Healy of the Royal Irish  regiment It ��������� was after one of the  .hardest fights along the Aisne, and  dozens of the British wounded were  left lying out In the open after the  battle with little prospect of relief  until the next day. Most of the poor  fellows were nearly mad with thirst.  Many were delirious, and others were  just sensible enough to keep murmuring for water. "Then we heard a  gentle football," the corporal added,  "and, looking up, we saw a charming  girl of about sixteen picking her way  through the piles of dead and wounded. She had brought us goat's milk  and wine to relieve us thirst.  "We learned that she was from a  farm near by, just out of the line ot  fire, and she(,had risked .her life in  coming there 'to give us something to  drink because she was grateful to the  British troops for helping to drive the  German invaders back. She seemed  to be without fear, and tripped briskly  along in spite of the shells and rifle  fire. We -vere all stricken with grief  when she was carried into hospital  next day. She had been shot on the  way back. It was a nasty wound, but  after an operation the doctors hoped  she. would pull through. Every soldier  who saw her prays for her every  night."  Nothing as Good for Asthma.���������Asthma remedies come and go but every  year the luIcs of the original Dr. ���������.  D. Kellogg Asthma Remedy grow  greater and greater. No further evidence could be asked of its "remarkable merit. It relieves. It is always  of the same unvarying quality_iyhk*h_  "the sufferer from-"asthma Yearris~!o  know. Do not suffer another attack;  but get this splendid remedr* today.  He Was  Excused  I want to bc excused, sij,id the worried looking juryman, addressing the  judge. I owe a man five pounds that  i borrowed, and as he is leaving England today for some years, i want to  catch him before he gsts to the boat  and pay him the five pounds.'  You are excused, returned his lordship, in icy tones. I don't want anybody pn. .the jury who can lie like that.  W. tl. U. 1033  I was curod of palnfu.   Goltro   by  minard's linim1cnt.  uavard Mcmullen.  Chatham, Out.  .i  I was cured of   Inflammation   by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. W. A, JOHNSON.  Walsh, Out,  I wns cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MJNAKD'S LINIMENT.  J. II. BAILEY,  I'arkdnlo, Out.  The British Soldier  Trace- Tommy Aktlua buck until  then.' wuh no regular llrlUflli uriiiy, uml  then traco the EiikIIhIi noldlur buck  acurly a UioiiHauc! yearn to tiio timo of  William lho Conqueror, and .ilo rucuiU  reveals him almost, comitautly lighting  iuul gripping and holding territory, Ilo  is uiiuijuukd for theso combined ihrm*  qualities, .Soldlcru of other nations  have fought nobly and valiantly uml  *>fU'ii, but tbo t'QHijlt of thu K*ig)i������J)  Hohlli'r'K lighting la that his country's  drumbeat circle-' Uio world, und tho  .inn iievor sots on hor domlnlous.���������  Nuw York Horuld,  Or*.n!���������''<', <:'.\\A t\\\ft:\. h'nl'hi*" up frnrn  tho morning paper which the was  rouding, It miyri hero that anothor octogenarian's dc-ud. What Is an octog  emirluii?  Woll, T don't know what thny are,  lull    Minv    -iiii.jt    1,(1    vi.ru    nlolflv    ori-i  aires.    You mivur hour of thom but  thoy nro dying.  Mrs, A.���������-So your son is homo from  coIIpro?  Mrs, II,���������Yea; find he hau tho  fltningOHt Ideas! Uo say*- ho'a do-  ���������ict-H'li'I from a. ntont-oy, hut I'm uurc  I don't seo Imw tliat cun be���������unless, of  ciiiirsc, 1:'~ on hi.**  ffltlipr'n ������l'lrt.  ,   Killing tho Officers  Officers are being killed at an extraordinary rate on the battlefield of Europe, Out.of the Bruish forces serving  on the continent every seventh man  Jilllcd has been an officer, ranging in  rank from lieutenant to general.  That is very impressive., lt Indi-  calos tliat commanders are filling the  posts of greatest peril in this war.  They aro uot sending privates to  death; thoy are leading them thore,  Sharps-hooting corps aro held responsible for an enormous death rate  a mo n K the officers of all the armies  engaged. Only recently we have boon  told that French officers were abandoning their conspicuous uniforms o  escape tho llro of sharpshooters, which  has been trained upon them since tho  war began.  It is not Improbable that statistics  coniplk'd at tlio ei.*l of this war will  (Icmonslratn that of ull who took piu't  In it tho warrior least exposed to danger was the private Bold ior.���������Phila-  tiolpJrla Telegraph.  REGAINS   FLAG   LOST   IN   1870  Some Sob Sister Story  Judge���������Officer,  what's  tho  matter  with tho prlHonor?   Toll hor to stop  hat crying.   Sim's heon at lt fifteen  mltitur.-j, tfiioro nobs).  Offl-'ir���������Pl*-n.s������".  afr,  I'm  a-thlnklng  ���������iho want** to ha balled out.  Czar Restores ColorB to Hia Ally  Taken   Fro..   Germans  The Eiujioror ut Hiissla has restored  to I-'rnnco u Hug whicli since tho wur  of 1S70 hiul boon in Uorman hands until its recent capture by tno Russians  during their liivutiion of East I'russin.  An official ultiioiuiceiiii.'iit to this  ori'ect, Hiiyn: "By tho ordor of Emperor  Nicholas, a French Hug which wus cup'  lur<jil from tlui Krunolimoii of Trasnco  In INTO lias been handed over to tho  ii'icnch eiuliu.-Hy nt retrogrud. The  Hug wuh I'uiind by ItimsluiiH In lho of-  llcerH' iiH'kh of tho llilh I'riiHsluii Dra-  gooiiM, wh.ch wiiu garrlHoninl at Lyck,  Hunt Primula."  Mvlrr-H���������Wo itrp coming around to  hois you this ovnnlii*-.  I'l'lgt-r** -That'**. rli"lit; hut do mo  a favor old num. Don't lot your wife  wear hur new full suit; I don't wnnt  my wife to aoo |t -nut now.  Jlrl-JKH--Why, mnn allvo, that a  Just why wo uro coming.  -Kin KMo-*. i novt-r uu;������u, tue opponent V,i;-:ui.  Nover lionni? flplnnilM! And ho  uddoil (julotly, No woudor you brag  about it.  MntV.' Prof.���������Mow do you mnko V  'sporty Studo���������If I only   know,   I  wouldn't bo broko to ofton.  Scarcer as the  Demand Grows  African Elephants, Now Being Killed  Off, Have Long* Furnished the  Supply of ivory  When the King and' Queen visited  the London docks a short time'ago,  says Loudon Answers, they saw laia  jut on the floor of one of the'great  .varehauses.$750,000 worth of ivory���������  an array of fine .tusks which must  nave represented great hunting adventures in tropical forests. ��������� .  Africa, is the chief sourcs of tht  world's supply- of ivory, and it is estimated that 70,000 elephants are an-  ually slaugntered for their tusks. But  aot more than twenty per cent, of this  ivory is represented ia .the total Imports to i.urope.  Elephants have been dying off for  years a'nd years, and It is only since  ivory came into general use that'their  tusks have been dug from the soil.  .Some of them have, in the meantime,  beeu stored and used by natives in  many ways. JEven today some native  chiefs in the interior of Africa possess  stockades round their palaces composed of rows of tusks collected when  they were of little-.value, and they now  barter these for the luxuries of mod-  era life.  But elephants, still abound in the  German Southwesc African district  known as Caprivl. This place is in the  extreme south of Ovampoland, has  been completely unexplored by Germans In order to avoid irritating the  natives, and yet the district contains  more elephants than any other in  Africa. Tho Portuguese are well acquainted with the fact, and the ivory  which they convey thence via Angola  has long heen a source of unlimited  wealth.  Of course, ivory is produced in small  quantities by 'th-- hippopotamus, nar-  whale and, sperm whale,-but-the com-'  paratively insignficant tusks of the  former have long ceased to suffice  even for dentists alone, though no  other kind of ivory is adapteu for their  special requirements. Any supply that  may be extracted from the ocean is  obviously of too slight and precarious  a nature to be relied on, and though  important remains of mammoth tusks  are from time to time unearthed in  Siberia the ivory trade dow ancient  and modern has practically depended  upon the African elephant.  Although in' recent years the ivory  imported into Loudon has decreased,  Lhe falling off has been caused by'a  new market having been created by  the opening..up oi the Congo Free  State. The Ivory coming from that  region is now sold in Antwerp, so that  when the quantities are put together  the total"imports actually show an :n-  crease. '  The average weight of ivory obtained from a single elephant is about fifty  pounds, but tusks weighing up to 150  pounds and 180 pounds have been procured.���������Examples���������have���������even���������besii--  recorded of* tusk, exceeding 200  pounds in wreight, but these are very  rare.  The most expensive tusks are those  used in the manufacture of billiard  balls; they have cost as much as $800  per hundredweight but the average  price is probably nearer $500 per hundredweight. The average price for  the best tusks may be stated at from  $2 to $2.75 a pound. Apart from billiard balls, ivory is chiefly used for  knife and other handles, combs, piano  ���������ceys, chessmen and carved ornaments.  All the tusks are sorted into sizes  and qualities, and the shavings that  are left over after the manufacturers  have take*, what thoy want arc made  up into a thousand small articles In  everyday use.  Although ivory has been tue subject  of almost as much artistic perception  and workmanship as gold itself, it is  with its purely utilitarian aspects that  people aro now chiefly concerned,  .Many substances havo been applied to  the purposes for which real ivory Is  admittedly supreme. Celluloid, for instance, lss ono of its counterfeits, and  a poor one Indeed; but it has boon immensely dovelopecJ during rccont  years, particularly In tho United  Statos. A* groat mi*-y things that wore  onco maiL, of ivory may, and, as mnn-  ufneturors tell us, must, now bo mado  of celluloid.  Then there is what is, known r.s  vegetable ivory, produced fro*i the nut  of Uio tagiui plant, a native of tlio  northern regions of South America,  The kermis of thoso-nuts whon ripo  are exceedingly hard and white and  bear a remarkable resemblanco to real  ivory. Thoy are extensively used in  tlio manufacture of buttons, umbrella  hnndlOB and smal trlnkcic and muttons of them are boing Imported into  Qrcat Britain every year.  SIKH'S DISC OF DEATH  Strange Weapon Used by the Indian  TroopB In War  Tho Sikhs lighting in tho war can  certainly claim to possess tho most  (iiil'juo form of weapon of any military  unit in tlio campaign, This is a  hand tin-own missile, composod of  metal similar in shupo to tho discus  with which wo liavo been mado t'a-  uilliur iri Houiun hiatory. Kb edge is  Hliurpouou, und thrown with a peculiar circular motion, has extraordinary  pcnotriitlug powor. It cuts llko a  knife through paper whon lt strllioa  any object in lis path. At a dlstnnco  of 10(j yards the disc is cupablo of  cuttluK Its way through a piuco of  hard woou two Inches thick, It Is the  puoullur twist given to tho weapon  wlion It Is thrown which causes tho  cutting edgo to bury Itself ho ro-  ������������������iiiH-nloRHlv In nnvlhlnir tlmt fl moota  It Is doubtful wnothor any   but. tho  bikini tjtlliltl vtii.tjt.iltil) its**- Lata un'ijuu  weapon. They made deadly use of Uio  disc of death at tho Battle of Dlx-  mude, whon 20,u00 '.'ermana arc nald  to havo been eluughlorod lu a brilliant  Indian charge.  Shipping- Fever  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic, distemper and all nose and  throat diseases cured, and all others," no matter how "exposed," kept from having* any of these diseases., with  SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER COMPOUND. Three to  six doses often cure a case. One bottle guaranteed to do  so. ' Best thing for brood mares. Acts on the blood.  Druggists and harness shops.  Distributors ��������� ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTo.  SPOHN   MEDICAL  CO.,  Chemists,   Grihen,   Ind.,   U.S.A.  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OAT3,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM  AND PORT ARTHUR and having  them sold on commission by  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY",  THE WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS' AGENTS. -  ADDRESS   701-703   Y.,  GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG.  Dominion Atlantic Railway  * The record of improvements effected  on' which Dominion Atlantic Railway,  which tho Cauadian Pacific'Railway  leased in 1911 for 99 years shows that  new wharves have been built; 45 miles  of new-track have been ballasted; 30  miles of new 85 pound rails have  been' laid down; 120 cattle guards  have been filled and replaced by surface guards, while dozens of bridges  have been either improved or rebuilt.  In round figures 6,000 feet of wooden  bridges havo been-replaced, or will]  be .replaced very shortly, by steel  bridges, concrete arches, and rail- top  culverts. New brick stations have  been built; a general renovation has  taken'place, costing,many thousands  of dollars. The new stations include  thoso at ' Wolfvllle and ��������� Annapolis  ���������Royal; 'Moslrervillep"Patter5oa���������and-  Iberville. During the paU two years  35 stations have been repaired and  painted, and platforms have been  erected. A new line from'Centreville  to Weston, 14 miles in extent, has  been built" in the most substantial  manner. Both permanent work and  the lighter things which needed  attention have, been carriod out; and  today the old Dominion Atlantic  looks spick and span���������looks as if it  had taken on a now lease of Life.  THE JOHN INGLIS CO,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS '& BOILERMAKER  Don't ycu think that tho Muscovite  onBlancht is awful?  l'vo nevor triod it; can you ihow  mo tho (-.topi*?  GLrkw-d*. 6ram.Ja.ed Eyelids*  J^JUl tJ E>'*"| inflamed by expo-  __ mre to Son, Dull tml "*l������l  ff"lAAC' Quickly relic-red by Morlot  LVl>a Eye Beraidy. No Knurling,  V wwfuif Eye Comfort. A  Your Drureiit'i S0e pei Itoiile Mofl������el)i  S������)vtl**Tuh.f-2<������- Torntntal'ttfTyefrfn^lr  Dnifitiiu oi Matt-it tyt2e--utfvCt.( Cblc4������''  ���������A movement for the recovary' of the  last Englisli clock .rado was Initiated  at a recent largely t.ttonded meeting jI  interested members of that trade, A  proposal to manufacture in England  on a co-operative basis a standardized  clock to compote with foreign mauo  articles was favorably received, a committee being formed to roport on the  scheme.  Something In the nature of a limited  company with a capital of ������100,000  ontlroly subscribed ior by members f  the trado, bo Uiat tho co-oporatlvo  character of tho scheme mny bo retained, appears to bo the basis of tbe  proposition,'  Oil for Toothache.���������Thero Ib no pain  so acuto and dlstresing as toothache*.  When you have so unwolcomo a visitor apply Dr. Thomas' Eclcctrio Oil  according to directions and you will  tlnd InniK-dlate relief. It touches the  nerve with soothing effect and the  pain departs nt onco, That it wlll oaso  lotimcho is another tino quality of  this Oil, showing the many uses It  has.  Engines of all kinds, Boilers of all  kinds, Plumbing Machinery,'  Tanks, Heavy Flate Work, etc.���������  Writo for prices. *  14 STRACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO.      -  BLACK I  LOSSES   SURUY.PftEVENTED  r  Cutter'-   DlRCkloo   l'lll������.    Unpriced, trnilt, rrllnliltl pntorsrii br  Western stockmen Iicc-usk (hey pr������������  V    ******* ^**a    *N'   where   other ..vac-Iiki ,. lull,  Tl      Li ��������� Write for booklet iuul tp'll-aonUli.  I       WT m\. *fl     ItMoifl Dkit. Ulaekleg Pills fl.PO  ILrlX^^Jp    50-dos- pkue. Blackleg Pllli   4.03  Vie any Injector, Imt Oitter'i b*i������i  Thi luportorltr of Cutter products Ih due to orer 11  y������w-s of ipK-hiltr.lnir lu vacclnci nnri leruml only,  I ml it tn Gutter1',   If iino'italnnMo, order dlrci't.  THE CUTTER  LABORATORY,  Berkeley,  California,  Saved Hia Regiment  Men of tho Dorset roglmont toll  proudly of tlie exploits of one of their  number, l'rlvato W. Jarvls, during tho  roi rail from Mons, Jarvls Btayi-d behind all by hlmsolf lirlng his gun rapidly lo oovr-r tho retreat of his regiment, ijvojitunlly ho had to carry tho  gun out of action on hts buck, as it  was impossible to bring up a carriage  because of tho heavy German (Ire. lie  accounted for a groat number of Qor-  mans iuul did much to savo a buttery  of our artillery.  150 Shells at Farm Barrel  Por eight hours a houvy nrilllory  llro was directed by the Germans on  the Lorraine frontier ug.iiiinl a barrel  of liquid on a farmer's cart whicn an  observer in a balloon had supposjd  to bo a heavy gun. Out ol' 150 sliells  only one hit tho barrel,  The troublo with this world, Ung-  gsy, said Weary Walker, is just horo.  In Con trill Amoileu banaiuis grow  wild, but there ain't no miirklt for  'om. Up l.ero, whoio thoro ' i a miirklt  for 'oin, they don't grow \ylid. What  nature wants to do to holp^he workl-i'  man is to luive things! grow'wild wlioro  there's a miirklt for tliem things.  Why do you fi'od trumps who como  along'.' They nover do uny work lor  you.  No, suld tho wife, but it is quito ft  ti-UlHl'neiiun to m*o a mun eat a meal  without llnding fault with the cooking".  Nell���������Jack, dear, did you call on  papa toaay?  Jack���������Suro I did, but ho didn't appear to ontbuue very much ovor my  visit.  Nell���������What did he nay?  Jack���������Why, when I askod him for  pormiuelon to prow my jjult, he> aim-  ily anaworcd, Why don't you iond It  lo a tailor?  Old Lafty (conipiiBslonate'������y)���������Poor  fellow I 1 suppose your blliu.uoss Id Incurable,   Havo you ovor been twiti'd?  mind Man (bIk.>1>ik)--Yc8, mum, but  not often. 'Tulul many as likes to bo  soon gohiD,' Into a public houso with u  blind beggar.  Judge���������Aro you guilty or not guilty?  Pnt���������ArrnJi, now, your, honor, how  onu I toll till I hoar tho Ivldenco?  Tho boy stood boforo tho driiggls's*  counter looking oarnostly at a plft*  card advertising a euro for Indigestion.  Why aro you interested In tlmt?  inquired tho druggist.  1> Buffer   torrlbly from lmllgarUon,  \VI������y. you'ro too young to have  dyspopHlfi.  I don't havo It, explained lho boy,  but niy father does.  Motorist (lo c-muffour)���������Ilo cnrofnl  about running over anybody hero-  : bouts, James, Tula is a prohibition  county, nud mom everybody has a  bottlo In hln pocKe  OUtCK hUP FOR STRAINS AND SPRAINS  WONDERFUL RELIEF IN ONE HOUR  Rare Herb and  Root  Extracts in this Liniment  Give it Marvelous i'ower  Sho���������I'm not to blame tor your  unburn.  ){���������>-You ar*. Tou aald I looked woll  *. bathing suit.  Did you tell muU I -*������������������������ t fool?  Vo; / thtitmht h* \tn*w lt.���������HnrvAr<l  .ampooo  RUB   ON   NERVILINE  You'll be astonlBhed at tbo rapid  pain relieving *ctUm of "Jlmllluo." lu  oRcottvencsB in duo to Its remarkable  p������-n������tr������tlnjr noufr���������-It HtrlkPn d������'i'|)iy,  BlnkB to tho very cere of the ���������.roubl*''.  Norvllino in stronger, many timet  stronger, than ordinary Unimcnu, and  it's noigreuby, 111 stnolltng or disagreeable.   Kvery drop rubs In,   bringing  , eomfort and h-JalHig wh-srtTfr appltt-d.  }    You tronld tea reply believe how ic  vill relieve* a sprain, bow tt tnkns ont  'uiiiatiei-jH, how lt aoolhos auu eases a  bruise.  Tuuusandu a ay no liniment Is halt  so, because Norvllino Is a safe remedy  ���������you can ruj it oa oven & child with  lino results.  just you koop Norvlhne on hand-  It's a panacea for tho achos, pains and  slight ills of the wholo family,   On*  . bottlo will keep tiio    doctor's    bill  muftU,  nnd  cun  be dopunoud on to  j curo rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago,  . .iatlca,  toothache, plcurlay, atralai  I or swelling.    Whomcr    thero Js **.  pain rub on Nerviline; It will alwoyt  cure.  1    The largo 60c family size bottle It  - l*f������ most economical;   trial site, 28c  j Bold fTftry-iher^ by dvaWs, cr direct  from the Catarrflozon* Co., Kingston,  Panada THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  y.%1-  The Right Way to Stnlte  A Match  Once in a while we have complaints about our matches  breaking in two. This is ho  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)  we give the following  directions:  "The forefinger of the right hand  should bo placed over the tip of  the match, and .withdrawn quickly  , when the flame conies. This prevents any undue leverage on the  match and instinct prevents one  getting one's fingers burned."  THE E.'B. EDDY COY., LIMITED,  . Hull,  Canada.  hi������fi TO ALL SUFFERERS  Kr.iutoaroui cf iO,ii!i 'kun down' 'r.oi thr- blubs'-  R'.FFKK from KlUNLY, IlLAUDKK, NKXVUUS DISl'.ASKS,  -CIIXONIC WEAKNESS,ULC':KS,SKIN EXUrilONS.rlLEIi.  Wllle   lor FiltiE CI..ITH   S.*UNO MliUlCAI. BUCK ON  itiiisu itiseun? aii,l wnsDl'.itFlil. cukes eftcrtcd is-  TH ������-������������W FRENCH REMEDY. MM N*2 ri.3  Trtk*������RAPION!S!MlS  -iiierenifdr for youkowsaliment. Absolutoly FREff  Ni.'iol.on- up circulars.'No o'>lii-.itious. On. UrClKl-c  Mku Oj,IUvkk3Vocki;i).H,>mfsik^b London,li.NQ  WE  WANT  TO  PKOVE  THKRaI'ION Mr ILU CUKK   vou.  t^fiiLDREN' teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURIIMO THE TEETHING  Attacked Like Tigers  Gurkhas Capture  German  Convoy  in  Dead of Night  Private Orchard of the City bf London regiment, Royal Fusiliers, tells of  .ue hgnting metnods of the Sikhs in  this campaign.  "We had been having, a pretty  warm time of it," he said, "lu the  night the Germans mude 'a stealmy  advance ��������� to our trenches.. We let  ���������.iem come along until they were  nearly ou top of us, and then the  Sikhs slipped out? on. their flank,  Tney made terrible ' work with^the  bayoriet, aud the enemy was practically anninilated" without a shot having been fired."  Another story told by Private Orchard relates to the capture of a  German convoy by.,the Gurkhas. -.The  exploit took plaue in the dead of ono  night, Tho convoy wus stationary  at the. time, and was guarded by  about twenty sentries.  "With knives between their toeth,  the llttlu brown fellows . crawloa  right undor the very shadows of the  convoy, and before the German sentries had time to realize what was  about to happen the Gurknas pounced  upou them like tigers and killed every  man jack of tliem.  "The Gurkhas then settled down  comfortably in charge of the - con-  voy, but they had not Ion-- to wait  before a strong party of Germans  came on tho scene, aud were amazed  to discovor how matters stood. ... ���������  ��������� "They Immediately set to attack  the Gurkhas, who slashed out lo  right aand left "with their deadly  knives, and when the unequal combat was at its heignt, timely -British  reinforcements arri/ed"  Bt*te o? Ohio.  -Uy of Toledo,     {  Lucas County, }     ���������**.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he  Is senior partner ot the Arm of F J.  Cheney &. Co., doing business lr. the City  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that said firm will pav, the sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each  and every case of Catarrh that cannot  bc cured by the usi> of HALL'S CAT-*  ARRH  CURE. ���������    '  FRANK   J.   CHENEY.  Sworn to befr.re me and subscribed .n  my presence, this 6th day of December,  A.D.  1SS6. "   .,  (Seal)   c, a.. W   GLBaSON,  Notary   Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure le taken Internally and acts i'"reotly upon the blood and  mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for  testimonials,   free.  K. J. IHBNSY & CO., Toledo. O.  Sold   by-all   Druggists,   7Bo. -  Take rlall's Family Pills for Constipation.  hilt yurfi i-r j, ri-fliiin itiiMiiiiiTiii ninirsm  Constipation.  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Care  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS never  fail. . Purely vegetable���������act swely  but gently on  the liver.  Stop after  dinner  distress���������.  cure indi-'  gestioa���������improve  the complexion���������brighten  * Uie eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  .i Genuine must bear Signature  Canada's Fisheries  Australia Needs Wheat  CANVAS COATS FOR CANADIANS  40,-  PERIOD,   fHANKSTO  Mrs. Wins lows  Soothing Syrup  PURELY V*EGF.TAB*.E-rMOT NARCOTIC  PATENTS  ���������Feathorstonhaugh & Co., head office,  '{Kins street east, Toronto, Canada.  Quite Visible  The scarcity of servant girls led to  .n certain wealthy American lady engaging a fanner's daughter .from a  -.rural district of Ireland. Her want  .of familiarity with town ways and  'language led to nian. amusing scones.  ���������One day a lady called at the residence  ���������and rang tho boll. Kathleen, the servant, answered the call.  Cun Mrs. be seen?" asked the  ���������visitor,  Can she bo seen? sniggered Kath-  JiH'ii. Shuro, an Oi think she cun;  she's six fcot high, and four feet  ���������wide! Can sho bo soon? Sorra a bit  of anything Use can yo see whin she's  about.  Government WIN at Once Order  000 Lined ^/ith Sheepskin  The'-government has * decided to  place at onco au ordor for forty thousand waterproof canvas coats, lined  with sheepskin, for the Canadian expeditionary force. All the stocks of  coats of this kind in Canada ��������� have  been bought by-the imperial authorities for the British army, but the maa-  "ufacturo-oUhe-supply���������for-'the���������G&na-d--  iuns'will be rushed with all possible  speed.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget ln  Cows.  Mrs. Nurlch was tolling of hor recent motor trip.  How about the topography of tho  ���������country? sho was askea,  Mostly Republican but a fow Dull  Hooso.  YouCanflave  i  C a ���������nki>1?ir-*nliifftif wJkr  OOuPJjMUUIYCJJ  And Cuticura Ointment occasionally. They .succeed  even when others fail.  Snm pic s Free by Moll  Ciulnirn tint aa,1 Olmm-nt nM -'nouirhuut tbl  world. I.llwilKtnplabl* nth tnillnS trrr, with 33-p  toftk.  Add***- "CuUcum" Dtp*. K. no-mo, -U.tt.ji  f    ''.' ir':*v':iriii^ii'iv::ii,:,:.^j=r=^s*j,i:'"'1  W. N. U. 1033  New C.P.R. Steamers For the Pacific  Practically unsinkable are the two  new Princess steamships which are  now almost complete at the Dumbarton yards of Messrs. William Denny  Brothers. The Princess , Margaret,  first of the new ships to be launched,  Is now ready i'or commission and will  shortly clear tho Clyde for British Co-  lunibia. The new Princesses are fitted  with double bottoms and are subdivided according to tho very latest and  uest practice. There are' no less thun  fourtocn transverse bulkheads, aud for  a distanco of 71 feet on each side,  there is a longitudinal bulkhead some  7 feet away from the outor skin, These  transverse divisions aro arranged to  carry oil fuel. The general suodivis-  ion is such that In the' case of a collision or damage, any two compartments may bo thrown open to tho  ioa, and tho vessel still romaiu afloat,  although sho may bo loaded.  Primarily intenuod for passenger  servico, these vesseis arc not designed  to carry a large amount of freight.  They have cargo space for about SOO  tons in the forehold and the 'twoon  docks. One of tho attractive* features  of this new typo of vossol being built  for the C.P.H. Is a marvelous observation room arranged forward,  Conditions Such That Large Amount  of  Grain   Will  be  Needca  In a report- to tlie department of  tirade and commerce, D. O. Press, Canadian commissioner at Melbourne,  states that the drought * conditions,  which caused a two-thirds shrinkage in  the Australian wheat crop, still continues. The outlook for the sustenance  of the large Ilock of sheep aud herds  of' cattle, he says, could scarcely be  worse, The "wheat areas "he describes  as "being in' a deplorable condition,  while trade is more depressed by the  vagaries ot the climate than by the  European war."  The report continues:  "The prospects at present facing us  are that the crops will prove the lowest average yield since* the well-remembered and disastrous season of  11)02. in the view of the leading Australian grain merchants,. it is anticipated that importations of* oats and  barley will be necessary within a few  months, and that overseas wheat will  be required early in���������1915.  New Zealand is experiencing, similar prospects, and, as supplies of cereals cannot be obtained from.Uiat dominion, Australia must look to Canada and the United States.for its requirements. Already applications have  been received from some of the largest  grain merchants in* Australia in several states for information respecting  Canadian supplies available and list  ot'Jthe, principal dealers.  "Arrangements will bo'inade well in  advance by Australian'grain merchants for purchasing cargoes for forward delivery and Canadian exporters may be disposed to give this "unexpected demand their ��������� prompt consideration. There is no doubt sufficient .wheat in Australia for some  months to come, and the yield this  season may prove to be sufficient for  domestic requirements.  ���������^iOn-niost-reliablo-authoi*it-,T���������ifc-'e-"n-  ticlpatcd that importations of. oats and  barley must shortly be arranged for,  and it is to this trade that Canadian  exporters, are urged to give their lirst  attention.'  "Canadian grain exporters interested in the probable requirements of  Australia ln 1915 can obtain- the  names and addresses of tho principal  Australian grain merchants upon making application to the department of  trade and commerce, Ottawa."  The Resources of Canada's Fisheries  Little Under-stood by Average  Canadians  ' Few Canadians appreciate the fact  that the waters in ��������� and around Canada contain the,principal commercial  food fishes*lu very great abundance,  Such fishes as the cod, halibut, mackerel, herring, haddock and sardines  are taken from Canadian waters in  immense quantities every year, while  the salmon and lobster fisheries have  world wide recognition..  Owing. to the many large indentations, Canada's Atlantic coastline measures fully 5,000 m.les from the strait  of, Belle Isle to the bay of Fundy, and  the Pacific ocast line is 7.U00 miles in  length. All the territorial waters  along these coasts have abundance of  food fishes. During the fiscal year  1912-13 the inshore and deep sea fisheries, produced fish having a market  valueof $29,315,772, and the product  of the inland fisheries was valued  at $4,073,692, making a total, of  $43,389,404. Of this amount, British  Columbia produced $14,455,488, an indication of the value and extent of the  salmon and hallbu* fisheries of the  Pacific province.  Another almost totally undeveloped  fishery is that of Hudson strait and  Hudson bay. The Dominion government has had its fishery * officers ln  these waters diiriLg the past two  years. The codJand salmon fisheries  at Port Burwell, in Hudson strait, are  capable of considerable development  and In time will prove to bo of great  value. No official reports are as yet  available regarding the fisheries of  Hudson bay. Enough is known, however, to clearly indicate that aot only  the fisheries of these northern waters  but the other deep sea and inshore  fisheries of the east and west coasts  are capable of great expansion. For  this reason the action of the department of marine and fisheries In endeavoring to extend the markets for  fresh fish will doubtless add .steadily  to the importance of a great Canadian  industry.���������A.D.,  in Conservation.  Ordinary Corn Cures Are Dangerous  Because they contain acids, but Putnam's Corn Extractor is entirely vegetable in composition. It is perfectly  painless, cafe and sure to cure.  THE DENTIST  A few light rubs with "Old Dutch" sprinkle*!  on a damp cloth brings new lustre. Equally  effective for cleaning and brightening sinks;  wash bowls and bath tubs.  Keep It Handy S^JSK  A Sure Cure of Flatulency.���������Whon  the undigested food lies In the Btomach it throws off gitsos causing pains  and oppression ln tho stomachic region. Tho belching or oniotnUon of  those Rimes la offensive and tho otuy  way to prevent thom is to restore tho  Btoinacli to proper action. J'armoloo's  Vegetable Pills will do this, Simple  direct Ions go with each packet ond a  courso of iht'iii taken systematically  Ib certain to clfoct a curo,  For Relief of Farmers  An appropriation of ono million dollars for tho purchase of sued grain for  l'arinoi'B who lost tholr cropB by  drought in tho nil'octoil district of Alborta und Siiakululu'wiiii luul summer,  was mndo by tho government on tho  loniimnioiidatloii of tho Hon. Hobort  Itogi-TM, At tho hhivio timo a vote of  $160,000 was put through I'or tho Immediate rollof of tho fiirmoi-B and their  fanillioH. This will bo distrlbutoil  through comminsionors by tlm purchase of food, fuol and mippUca for  winter, ,  'GET THE  OTHERS   FIRST"  Noble Self-Sacrlflce of a Dying Artillery Sergeant  The noble self-sacrillco of a dying  sergeant is described by Private D.  F. Gilmour, of the Seai'orth Highlanders, "it was," he says, "on the Aisne.  "Wo had had a hard day. Our casualties wore greater than I caro to tell.  1 was with a fatigue party collecting  the wounded aud burying tho dead.  Wo came on a-* Bergenia of artillery  and about twenty wounded mon. Tho  sergeant waB nearost, aud I slgued lo  my matos to tnko liim lirst. He wav-jd  us away. '1 cart wait. Got tho others  Ilrst.   Tho:*'ro much worse.'  "That was what ho said. Wo persisted. He got angry. 'I'm your superior ln rank, and If you disobey I'll report you for insubordination.' That  settled It, bo wo started on tho others.  Wo got tho last away, and camo back  for the Bt'i'goant. Ilo waa stono dead.  Unknown to us ho had been blooding  to death. Ilo must hnvo known that  when he made us attend to tho others.  Had ho beon taken at first hiu life  would havo been navotl,"  MESMERIZED  Poisonous Drug Still  Freely  Used  Wlillo, i������ your fathor u rich man?  No, Halllo;  he Is a professor, to I  can bo educated for nothing,  r\\y       M..i|- .     .., 11,1.,     .      .1,      r   a  -     **.  ���������   M ������,V.���������...hJ j..} 4.4HIC4 ^tj  n mlnli-iter, and I cun he **ood tnr nothing.  Hut rho gays ������ho has never given  you any onrourngonioiit.  Did sho Hay Uiat?  Bhe. cftrlalnlv!dld,  Bho told mo that lior undo was  going to leave her a fortune and that  ho had ono Toot in tho grave, if that  Is not encouragement I'd llko to know  what you call It.���������New Vork Post,  Kortuno Teller��������� Mownro of a dark  mnn, ivlmiti "on will soon rnrct. He  will ho a villain.  Olrl���������How      pprfrctly    dollghtful?  How sonn will I mi'fit him?  Ray, HImm    ������*!i*������t ,-n they mean by  n StrailcvnrhiR?  Oh, n  *--'���������-���������!���������-urtus In    the   t*.t,tlu  Many pooplo nro brought up to boliovo that tea and coffeo uro necessities of life, and thu Biroiig hold lhat  tho drug, cal'l'olno, In tea und coffoo  lius on the system makes It hard to  looBon ItB grip cvoii when oiu> reallzoa  Its injurious effects,  A lady writes: "I had used coffoo  for'years; lt seoinod one of tho ijocoh-  BltieH of life. A lew months ngo my  ifiilth, wli-c-li' liuil boon slowly full-  lug, buuiuiu more Imimlrud, and I  Itiiuw that ualflHB rollof cuino from  some source I woudl soon bo a physical  wreck.  "I waB wonk and nervous, hnd sick  liondnchoB, no ambition, and felt, tiri-d  of Ufo, My hiiB'.aua was nlso losing  IiIb henlth. Hu wan troubled no mucii  with indigestion that ut times ho  could flivt only a fow monthfuls.,  "I'Mnally wo saw Postum adveillHed  and bought a paclcnge. I followed directions for malting carefully, aud added cream, wliich turned It to tho love-  ii   i ,-i i  -i   ii.      i i   .,  ..*���������������>   ������������v...    .y|.i���������u|    Uuu    4������������t4li������   Ullli't    1  t>ii*r saw Horvod at nn*- tnhli-, ������nd we  havo used l'ontuni over since,  "I gained llvo pounds in weight In  ������s many wok*, and now teel well anj  strong in ftvory ronpi-ct, My hcuducht'o  have gono, and I am a now woman, My  hu-ibnnd'i" Inf-llrpMlnn hnn \ot\ hhn n*i>i  ,ui turn now ett anything."  Name given by Cnnodlnn Postum  Co., Windsor, Ont. Read "The itoad to  Wollvlllo," iu pkgs.  Postum comes in two forms:  Regular Poetum���������must be woll boll-  oft. 1.'������c and 2;ic packagos.  Instant Po-jfum���������l* a soluhle powder.   A teanpoonfijl dlssolvon quickly  In a cup of hot wator nnd, with croiim  i and sugar, mnk*<n a dollclous bevernEn  Instantly. 30c and GOc tins.  Tho cost per cup of both kinds In  about tho same.  "There's a Reason" for Postum.  ���������-ROM hv Clrooert  A dentist's ways are very rough.  He keeps you wondering still    -  To find your mouth is big enough  To hold a rolling mill.  _���������Washington Star.  Before he's got your stumps ground  ..down *' a  ' And got your crowns to fit,  He's got your mouth stretched    big  onough  To hold a plumber's kit.  ���������Houston Post.  -And-ere-he-gets-the-plugs-p!ugged-irir  Why,* this has come-to pass:  You feel you have tho jawbone of���������  (I needn't write it.out),  r��������� Memphis Commercial Appeal.  And when the crown work Is complete,  Another job he tries;  And with his hammer, drill, and lathe  Constructs a bridge of size.  - ���������New York Sun.  One. thing utout the dentist makes  ' Us mad as all creation;  He fills our mouth with funny fakes,  Then hogs the conversation.  ���������Youngstown Telegram.  And when his job is at Us worst���������  You think he means to kill-  lie tolls n, funny story to,  Offset his fiendish drill.  ���������Judge.  Plucky Signallers  Though Wounded Crawls to Deliver  His Messa.j  'Lance-Corporal Harry Head, of tho  King's Royal Rifles, who was wounded  .a tne battle of the Alsno, states that  he was put on signalling duty with a  comrade. They were stationed on tha  ridge of a steep hill behind the  trenches with a field telephono. "I had  taken one message," he said, "and we  were arguing as to who should take  the next one when a .shrapnel shell  from tho German batteries burst just  above ub. My mate wsb hit by a piece  ot the shell right.on the top of the  head, and ho^died shortly afterwards.  1 had to take the message thon.  "I ,was hit near the left hip, and a  piece of the casing of the shell, about  wo incnes square, after tearing a gash  about nine Inches long in my thigh,  Imbedded itself in the flesh close-to  t.he bone.' After receiving tho message  I crawled as best I could to a spot  about twenty yards distant, where I  had to deliver it. I asked that some  one should relievo me, but this was  iinpossible at the time. As I could not  carry the telephone, and lt would  have been dangerous to havo left it, I  smashed it with the butt end of my  rifle, thus making-it of no. use to the  enemy. As soon as 1 had a chance  1 bound up my wound temporarily, and  then crawled to a barn about three-  quarters of a mile away."  Internal parasites-In tho shape of  worms in the stomach aud bowels of  children sap their vitality and retard  physicul"-"de*v"elopnient;���������They^keep-the-  child in a constant state of unrest  and, if not attonded to, endanger lifo.  The child can be spared much suffering and the mother much auxioty by  the best worm remedy that can be  got, Miller's Worm , Powders, which  are sure death to worms in any  shape.  French Colored Troops  Only the uninformed endure the  agony of corns, The knowing onos  apply l-iollowny's Corn Curo and get  relief.  THE SOLDIER'S BET  Daring  Flag  Trip  to   Plant   French  on  German  Soil  Tho journal publishes a letter from  Toulon describing a doe. ol reckless  boldnoss of a Kronen infantryman:  "Ono of our jiien," says the writer,  "made a bot with a comrade thfit ho  would go and plant tho --roach flag in  German territory, During tho night he  passed through tne outposts of the  enemy, and, climbing a troe, fixod tho  flag to the trunk, lie thon roturned  to the trenches without boing soon by  tho Gortnans.  "When tho onbray porcolvod our tricolor they were imtuuriiy irritalt-'l and  mado great endcuvora to got lt down,  but our Infantry prevented thom from  doing so, and al ovory attempt brought  down tho climber."���������Houtor.  Now, Bald lhe teacher at the dono  11' the h'Buun In which he had touched  on tlio horrors of war, do you objuct  to war, my boy?  Yob, sir, I do, wiib tho forvont answer,  Now, toll ub why.  Hi.'citiiHo, HiiM tho youth, wars make  history, an' I Jo.it hau history.  Hero I am brcakln' Btouos by tho  roailHldo, said PntHy llryun to his  friend, wlim I'm hrdr to hall* of n  splendid cstute under my fatlmr's will,  so I am, Whi'ii iho oiild num died ho  orderod my brother Phil to divide the  houso with mo, and hy at. Patrick so  he did���������for hi* took tin* IhhIiI-* snd  gavo me the otusldo.���������The Scotsman.  Chaperon���������Was that young man  aiiu Ctuieu ou iou ittoi iuH"i au uuu-  I'f-Ti-"^"*  Tr-ss���������Why fo?  Clmperon���������-He talked like one. He  pm up tun "going" bluff for hull an  hour. ,,  i. Making Shoulders Square  Dr. Cornell, tho chiof medical inspector of the public schools, io authority for the statement that special  exercise aro being introduced into  the schools for the purpose of straight-  oning the shoulders of the pupils and  that the medical and physical departments are now working In harmony to  raise the physical standard of the  pupils, lt is well known that improper height of desk and wrong posture  contribute to curvauiro of the spine,  a thing which is said to trouble twenty-five per cent, of the children.  Any method that will serve to do  away with this condition of affairs  should bo heartily welcomed, and It Is  a,good thing lo know that special  claasos havo been formed for that purpose. . The proml.se Is hold out that  the curriculum of tho future will not  only provide for exercise but also for  periods of relaxation after hours of  nervous strain, so that the sight of  backs now bowed and twisted by futi-  guo will , disappea.'.���������Philadelphia  Inquirer.  .���������*'���������> Greater and Nobler France  Franco haa ro-dlsoovered her soul lu  this war. That at any rale Ib some  compensation for the heavy sufferings  and sacrifices she haa undorgone and  is undergoing. War has silenced tho  Htrldont voice of faction, squalid do-  mostlo controvorslos are forgotten;  there Is moro unity of feeling and purposo In Franco than sho has known  for two generations, Much inoi-o than  that. Out of tho horror of this war  a greator nnd a nobler Karnco has  r.rlBon to challenge tho admiration of  tho world.���������Loudon Chronicle  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,  May Furnish DouqIib for Ship Fenders  Hiindrotls of buudlon of hs/clwood  or willow boughs for tlio lmttleiihlps of  the Canadian und Imperial bci-vIhc aro  required for fonderu to hang alongside  the vnusels. The Dominion Naval Department Is anxious to buy thuue  renders at n fair price, and wlll welcome Inquiries. Prior to the war thrt  supply was ol>Luim-tJ from iiorwuy nnd  Swedon, but with navigation closed on  tho North Hon It cannot be obtained  from those count rieB.  ".*-.  mi' prior ttnn    giM   f ,it iinnnyr,!  cut old Judy. I suppose you nro often  plnch������d by want and hunger, are you  not?  Yessuin, and cops.  Poverty Is n hleHfllng In dlsgulso,  qiifitrd the sngo,  W*!!, repli"! th** fool, tho dliigulao  Is certainly ei cctlve,  LMy���������\ot, th. y ar*1 verv nlr-- goosf*.  berries, but --r"'������'t t''oy dlrtv?  ���������"ot V^ndor���������Dlny- Kink \ etn  wnnh Vm nntl run i.iMr |*nir dalin tho  i-Titr-* for f :'< -.<��������� i tionnd '.n ihrt-o  '"r������ wnr  ---if-*-    i u..,rn,,n|   xfuj.f.n-j.y  What kind of a fellow Is he?  Oh, ho's tho J ind of a fellow who  niJi-m vi. ������ul   al  rt������������.i.  oiiil juii, ������<it.t Uiull  tiM*!*, you \\n\y lUiifinornllc V.'' 1'*''   not  .ifrald of being seen with anybody.  Farewell, donr.   I will never to ubki  to fu-.l tho same toward you again.  Ho'ivonii, George!  What havo you  Nothing, dear. I nm Just going out  lo cut off my moustache,  Wnltrr-BH (after mln In nn open-air  roHtniinint)���������You haven't sat on * wot  chair, havo you?  Ouest���������Don't he alan. ed, dear  r.lf.W'.    Tht-rtt ������iiA a hat on It.  1 rnn f*lvo you tt cold biro, rrUJ th**  wjmnn.  Why not warm It up? asked toh  tramp.  Ttinro nln't any wood Hawed.  Ho? Weill, glvo tt to me cold.���������  S''-w York H*in  Company    of   Africans   Wiped    Out  Crown Prince's Regiment to the  :' Last Man  The story of thd annihilation of one  of the crack regiments of tho famou������  Prureian Guards is a terrible one. *���������  This regiment, it appears, had been  told off to take a certain French position, cost what it might.  In advance of the French lines, at  the    village of D , a largo body  of African troops had constructed defence works of the most extensive,  aiid ingenious nature,* making the,  fullest use of escarpments, entanglements of I arbed wire, and other con-'  trlvancos.  The-Prussians came forward to the  sound of their drums and fifes, aud  the Africans, pres rving dead silence,  allowed them to advance until their  front rank men, Legan to cut the  wire of,tho entanglemont3������  Then a bugle rang out', and thore  was a word of command, The rifles  spoke, and the first line f the attacking regiment went down. The  second line wavered, and tho voiceB  of the officers uttering guttural orders coulu be heard.  The Guardsmen broko into the  charge. The Afric-us, as .oalm as if  they were on tho parade ground,  opened a-terrible independent* lire,  each picking his man. The second  line, tho third, tho fourth fell as the*'  first had done.  ��������� Of the regiment that had been tue  Kaiser's pride uiere soon remained  but three men, " who fought _c^n_ like^  "heroes" Finally there was-left"-3"  single lieutenant, who remained an  ���������r.stant above the awful human debris about him. A last bullet whistled  through, the air. The officer staggered sharply back. The Crjwn Princo's  regiment���������for the prince nad been its  colonel (ln chief���������was uo more!  Minard's Liniment Cures Dlctemper.  The Reward of Virtue  Yes:  She shopped for Christmas early,  bought mamma some silken stuff:  And tlie latest book ��������� for father, and  for Sister,, Jane a muff,  And a b won lor for the brother lhat  was fond of fishing camps,  Ancl an album for the brother that collected postage stamps; .,  And she purchased in the summer and  ombrcidored in tho fall ,  A tobacco pouch to glvo the ono she  lovod the boat of all,  But:  The silks prnclalmea    in  springtide  ' fickle Fashion's latest number  By December, Bad to slate, we're absolutely hots do combat;  And tho book is being published on tho  small Installment plan  In the columns of tho evening shoot  that father's wont to bciui;  And tho muff turned out to bo a muff' ������  Unit (-Imply wouldn't go  With the utolo that Bister brought  from Montreal not long ago;  And the girl bjg brother'.] written lo  since In July ho met hor  Has Improved the shining hours since  then by knitting him a sweater;  And lho yearning for tho pontage  Blnmp that littlo brother cherished  blnco ho's grown nix ino���������:ha oldor,  Is a yenrnlng tliat hns porlHhnd.  Hut tlio most unkindPRt cut of all and  KuU-'b most cruel joke  Is tho fact lho one she now loves beat  Is* ono that dooHii't smoko!  ���������Anno W. Young, In Judge.  Farmers Made Ready Response  Tho government m-iuiUy appealed  to the fnrmoi'B to liiereiiso 13n*lr wheat  acreage mid break additional land so  that next year's crops may bn proportionate to the incrciiiiotl tleninnil resulting from,,!he war,  A report received from .1. Bruce  Walker, Immigration comiiilsHlonyr  at Winnipeg, Indicates n rondv response, lt seta forth that tim* In-  crfliiHi* in cultivated areiiH noxt yoar  will In; -10 per cent. In rxecm-j of this  season.  Irishman���������Do you iihnvo for    ftv*  CllltH?  Ilarhrr���������Yoh; one nido. ,  IrlHlminn���������All right; th.n shrive thi  r. 111 **������ I -! i ���ryy
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115, 11. S. 0., 190(3, tiad, in tl:e matter:
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Dunnil **' (Jedar. Compiiuy, Liniited, of
J   'Union  liny, Vancouver  Itlntid,, in
tho Pi'oVihoa of jBtitish  .G;ili.i,inbin,
for"npprov'al under lho snid ' Aot of
certtiu wmks a** Fanny .11 iy, Vunoou-
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NOTICl-; TS  IIKUKBY  G1VKN   tlitiL!|j 	
Wooka,   JMinoll Coilnr Coinpaiiy, LitnilmPa ' ,,,,,,,,-,    ,,..    i
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Columbiii, intuniHo apply aftor tho oxpi- i | OVMH    '1'JiK    WO Hi.; I >
rntlonofonomoBlhfroniib'j.lnio of tho j | j-��kui.Uj aT'i'ICNTION paid In HA Y1NHS ACCOUNTS & iittiuen 1
llrBt publieation of  thin  notice  to  thn  ij     �� �����"*'**^,J "�� 1 g
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Govornor-Goner-il in Oouiicil for app/ovnl j j* ,j( lnjibefit  Current 11-nlci* tillov-j'Ji O.l OEfOisili* of $1 and ujiwhiiIh. p
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tn-y 'inlli. Pdl"/.      |?rouiKl8fortho Hid.i mill, tobo oniibtiiK't. 11 rOURTISNAY,   U, 0., Branch,  Opon Dnilv 11. IT.  Hardwiclc,  3VI|;v [|
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City Hall. Kebru
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or lisi tn hiuh wu'i'ir iniirl', t!i"i)<"'i norlh-
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i.n nri-n of H.ii4 acrcH mni'ii or Ions.   Tho
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whirl' and liiHiiniti;,-(.:roui;dn Inr tho iiaid . ,'*J
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 ('moil, Cli'tin Survi��o���-	
ko. Cream Suyplitu i.; CnantfU.s al tl��eap Prices to Balls,
Parties, Pic Nits, etc., fct a (tw hour's notice^
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l'ublfc Worlds at OIUwii, und in nl-o in]
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