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 ���������s"  ^  :y  .. tr.-  V  l *.  ''!->; .'*:    \  Devoted Especially to tne Inierewta ofj Cumbcrlond and Surroundinj" 1>L������*-trier,-  L.  'Tins News, Twenty First Vkak  CUMBERLAND, B. -C, WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   15  ;���������*-���������;���������-OM _. ; 0(, A Year  - /  New Shoes For  Ladies & Children  /nn !������������������<-*��������� ^   l-f|nLn imju. tijiiu .iiinw V������������/* ^**--������^^ **ir'ija'amir-ui**-tav--tt'������Ji-M4'mm  ���������-*wifw*iuciir*r**:*.it*i wp.i.ij-i.-f vj-c-*y  ���������***K%aaamK*ii**v**-*'yt*:wiai**-*\m*K-*ani  Ladies'  adics'   loth Top. Patent "O  Vamp plain toe,latest style ^  Ladies  'lucKidToppatent 3}  -*W  ' uban heel, new toe, price .  Ladies'Blue ViciTop, gun ���������Q  metal vamp,   latest  last...  Ladies' i & 2 button strap  nnpW e isv fit-finer SPLENDID  p pus, cab) nicing wearers  jJ  Sli  -XXX-  ���������' !v  * Children's  ..; "Eclipse" Sh.O'  the   most durable, the  easiest  fitting  ,  ,  ' and'moderate priced shoe  ���������es  ''Victory Follows Our Flag''  ODDMENTS BY THE "GATIiCRER"  for the little ones  .-atwjiK-jMe.  & Company, Limited  teuisBniir Avj&i,        ' Oiisiaberlaaid.-  A choice lot. of Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Linen Fabric Visit  iug t anls. put up in neat, type  any style you want. We w.ill  print the above for a short- time  only, at reduced prices.���������Tmc  OUMDEKLAND NEWS.    '    ,  Victoi in,' P>, 0, ��������� Under tlio di-  reel ion of tlio Hon, the Minister  ol' ljiuids, an attnictive pamphlet  o iiitiod ������������������lirithli Coli hia Timber"  luis been prop i red fur distribution  among tbo envoi's in' oversell-"  imirkcls. It i.s tho inti'iitinii to  draw tlu* iittcnii .m of impi'i'tors  ovem-as to the lurrst products of  the province, and ci-pi-chilly to tbo  facilities for exporting British  Columbia Iniuluir. Consisting of  llcurly forty pages, and containing ui'iii'ly thirty illustrations,  thu piiinpblut Irimt.s of thu prinei  pal exportable woods, their ipi'ili-  tii-H   and     tibOf.,    together   with  inlorunition concerning their  strength values, and suitability  for various uses.   ���������������   A young luil iiiuiH-'d llicluird  Stoker, aged about. 7 yours, wn.*-  drowned in tlm Courtenay River,  iiciir Kilpiilrick's sawmill on Tucs  day. It i-i fliii'inixiul tbat the lad  was playing ou Home plunks or in  a boat, and (oil in tlio rlvor. 'I'lie  body was recovered in about bull'  uii hour al'ler lhe neeidunt... An  llifjiK"!t v."���������.-.*- held <Mi Wcdni'^dav  by Ciii'oiHir  Divklo,  WilTil-Af  Cumberland,   on  l'Vad Ray,'of Yifitorh, former-  ly of Union -Mny, inventor of t'hc  I {ay Emergency Aulo ilnike, was  in', town last, -week, and "demon-  at rated the working ol* tho limko.  Mr, Kay bas bis in vou tion pnion-  ted in Canada, Great Un'tain,  Uniio*J Stales, and ,-Inily. Tho  brake will stop a car miming at  the rate of,twenty miles nn hour  in-a dis-raiioo of i"c"viiii -foot. Tin's  tcbt wns minio on an oiled city  street, it looks as if Mr. liny  hud a furl line wiihiu hie <;rasp,  J Jo bus heen ufluruil 320,000 for  his pntoiit rights in the United  Slates.  -0~  1'      1  (.���������    ..   i >-i. i     .     ,i  it,    *.-v"l>*,      A ->.������*.,        VM        *...".  of Mr  , .1. (������, Jligg*, a  win.  Hritish casualties np to August  2i was 381,983 uillet-rs and men.  Thi' figuie iuclucle.-i killed,  wounded and niihMtig.  It koks-as if Bulgaria and  Roiunauia are poing to have  a .slap at -*ich  oMicr.  Coiirleiiiiy, Sept. IL,���������-At a  meeting of the license commissioners of the city , of Courtenay, a  license wns granted to Thomas  I'ootli for tlie Courteiuiy hoi el.  This hotel has been closed for the  pnst six nwniiliri, but bus been  reiioviiied thoroiiglily and ri-ill,*-  tod, and it uoiitiiiin- -IT rooms,  there will now be 110 hick of tie-  coiumodalion for hunting and  (lulling parties, Mr, Month wiih  a well known figure on llm C. l.\  K. bo.'its and also formerly was a  hotel man, having run hotels in  Nol-ion and v-ip'oiis oil ioi' jiointh  in Mritish Columbin,  Sir, William Van 1 Ionic, a forme- president of lhe (', I'. ({.,  died Ut   MiiMtl'i'lll * .111    ^i.-it."    !lth.%  jMr, Leo Ainleitoii, sem-titiiry of  tlio Comox  Agrieniiiir.'il ninl- In-  diisli;ial Assdouitinn,   was in town  un riiuiiy lad, in liiu   eonniii* c-.v"  ��������� 1 n .  hibition, to be I'eld at. Courtenay  on Kridny and Saturday, Sept, ti-1  and. lio. 'i'liis -(iromises to ln<  one of lhe best; exhibitions ovor  held in tbo Comox Val lev, if 'he  pri--.ii iii-1 is any imiieaiion. Wi'  would like to see a large attend-  mice, ami weather cotnlilions fir*  voralilo.  One of the most interesting  oddments I have come across  from Cumberland point 0'vision  is tlm followiu"- announcement  in the London Times' weekly ed  iliou, for August 27'lh, 1915.  "William, Thomson, Cumberland, 'M. C, P. O. Box 54,- two  pounds three shillings for lhe  lJatiiotic fund, tobacco for our  sailors'and soldi'ers."    j  ������������������  Mr. Thomson i.s to be congratulated upon the  response made  to his activ������  efforts  resulting in  the above respectable  sum. considering   work  conditions here  We will hope that the individual  donors will receive a reply P. C.  from   the recipients, though  we  inust bear ih mind thal'souie  of  our brave boys-at  ihe  front .are  liable--*io-    receive     a     Ger,-  man"'lju1 leTpeflupTtfi retti VyTTf CeT  rVceiviiig iheir packet and so silence-for all time Ihe thanks they  would otherwise have  beeu only  too pleased'to acknowledge. The  wonderful responsj   made up  to'  date   to  this   fund   amounts    lo  .,52,081 pounds,   j8 shillings and  nine pence���������not dollars; pounds.  The Bank ol Commerce  here  are receiving   subscriptions   for  tiie same   object  which   I  trust  will be equally successful  or even inoie so, ns uo gift is more ap  predated by our gallant; .defender oveiseas.  I have heard it asked several  times when the knitting and  sewing by the women of Cumberland wi;l begin again; they  did remarkably well" last year  and,will uo doubt be quite willing to do their best again if lhe  funds for material are ���������forihooin  ing, which no doubt, will be gen  erous if tbey make ihe appeal,  as Cuinberlaiid is now much  more represented ar the from  than it was pioviou.--.iy. Winter  is close at  hand  and   the  km*  and the.new season's styles in rcady-to-wcar garments and  ladies' outer apparel, is beiiig shown at: this btore.  You arc cordially invited to pay at an early visit.  14  ���������**-*-"������"---*-^^  fence of iheir country. If we I  get conscription, they..and , such  as they, will be ihe cause, ana if  wc cannot win in this war without, we.shall most certainly get  it; foi"win we must, and shall.  It is au old proverb .that, "One  Volunteer is worth two pressed  men." Canada is", at- war aud  needs her sons   with every assist  ance ber, daughters cau invc.  As  Kipling sings:���������_  No easy hopes or lies'  ���������'  Shall bring us to our goal,  '���������"��������� .But"iron sacrifice   , .���������....  - *   Of body, will..aud soul,  There is but oue task for ail  -  L-'or each one life to give,  Who stands if freedom fall ?  Who dies if Knglaud .live ?  '    --GATIiKi-iKK  PUBLIC MEETING  Tbe second inc.'lino- to dim-iis*-  "tho interests of Cuml'i'erlum!''  was bold iu the. Ounihoriau-i I'I ill  on Monday evening,' Mr. ' John  Thomson in tlie. chair. ..Tiie com.  milieu appointed at.tl.ie lii-.n mcK-  iug'to'draw up tv resolution iv  tho omployi ng of Orieiit-ilsin the  BOY   SCOUTS  ���������A   WOltTHY   CITIZEN   '  liy the pausing of Mr, It. L.  Drury, Victoria li'iua lost, one of  her.host, citizens. There is probably nol another,mnn of whom il.  could be said as truly ihat. he.  achieved political success without  milking eiwiei' a political or a  pei'i-onal enemy, liis loss lo ihu  Lilural party," which ,had long ro-  garded bim as ono of im most  distinguished representatives, is  irreparable, bul. there are ilum-  wimiri of men outside lhe Liberal  party who knew it Ih worth, and  will honor his memory. Mr,  Dnij-y po.->.-.c-.se.d many ran* qualities, but potsibly lho two musi  sirunglj deliiind won- kindlienrt.'  he.'ii-i.ediiesr. and fairiuindediiess,  Wliilo he held his polilical   <ipiu������  i uis inflexibly, ho was never  have to face and endure il under' b ind to thegood points of hiu  adverse conditions that should upp"ncnis, and would nlwuv*- givi  awaken every sympathy, which  we can best reuli/.o, by coutiibui-  iug material bodily eoiuloris,  and that, is study the least wc  cau do for the defenders, not  only of our hearths and homes,  bul of cur national existence,  even ii we have to no so oy sacn  lice of some necessity,  All honor is due to those wlio  have gone from us to   face dang  i.i,   .iiiil     ill     lii.iHt     C.ar.Ci-i    UimiiiV  meiit and death; they are true  Iii-roe,'-, but when we look at the  crowds that gather at tne catues  held here, composed, of quit-*  n  per oentagc. of young men,   abb,  but appaieutiy not willing io vi  uutccr;   we  are  forced   to   tin  condiisiou lhat some al least ;ie  'iioro \\ioA\ fdt  ���������'slackers'' and  nre more ;i������:������.���������... i ".-������*f*-*   ,ii|.nviv;_\  <;d bv .1 ;..;.i*,m. o! bail 111.in ti,..  local coil mfn.-u, presented' .siime..  which wa:-) read to I'luj au-.iaincc,  and piused clause by.chiuse.. The  meeting wns uci a unaniinous ijiie  on the met hods, to be 11 ���������*���������.>.< i ' n* . set  forth iu tlie resi.iiiil.ion. Sonic, of  the Socialists present contended  that th'. resolution did not strike  at tho root of tlm .'initio*, uiid  would not have the desire:) efl'in't  in helping out, tlui.- white worker.  There was quite, a 'bifi- of cm.--.;-*  fire between tliose of .different,  opinions   on     tne    matlin'.  I'irs't Cumberland Troop- will  pu-'de at 6 30 p. 111.. Friday 17,  iu tbe club room; ic: the following'practices:���������  Knot Tying,-  ," - Ambulance  Geijunmic Practice.  -<8������-  tliem credit, when be could, lie  ^pol^0 geiiei'oii.-ly.-Ml' uieu whom  he had lo fight sii'miiiuii-ly. Thir  spirit of I'liii-iie-'!* often led him to  depi'uciat.it the prevalence of per.  soual uluii-c iu pulilic life, it t-.i.i  dened bim, and his giuit inflii-  eiie.e was always u.-cl io inudifv  its aeperity. Not ihn le.-u.i .om:..  il'jing' fealiire. nf air. Dm! y'r*  public life n.jf. i!i.- f.u-i. \\un Jn-  was iiomimitcd   in   a   iiniubci'   o|  IlllllOri.llll   plIM I li I.I.'.      II',       Ull!     CHID  mon eminent of nil p-irtics, In  lact his namo wnt iiciei' lueiid'on-  ed in such a ciunectiuii wiihoul  iieing gladly imdDrso.l. Viuio'ria  has lost a number of good m'iij*ent*  lilll'illi'  !(!"    I'l-l      |J"V      Mvil-i,      Imi  lew, it any, uin.-*n 311.-���������������-. iviil ln>  ��������� ���������r u un wil.- lm  ..,.i;tr:.ed.  Wc are of the opinion*, llmt nt  those public mee'iiigs to discuss  ;,llio inlore-ns o\' Ciimliorlaiid.''  tliere is as much of a desire  to hit al. (���������������������������rt.'iiu ollicial-; of ihe  Canadian Collieries, :e. there is  to debate the questions at ii,,*-nn  on their menu. Thesi- oliicinks  have not lhe power to kuiIi- th.-  Oriental (Question, as we would  like to see it. Kittled, Thev are  only ollicials, and must, act, upon  instruction.*! I'rwm hi^imr-iip.-*.  Your attention is drawn to Mr  I,. .Neville's advcriisr-u-eiil which  appears 011 <*ur bark pi;>e in this  week's is-.no. Air, Neville is a  practical biiekla\er, p las to re r  and .sliiuglcr, and anyone"iu-e(U  iug anyihiug done iu the .limve  line will lmibe uu niistakc by  giving him a tiial, winch will  eiuiviliee vmi.  -    Stave J>rill   ,  Signalling .    .  Orderly Patrol���������"Wolves  OrdeilyOfficer, Ass'tScouhnaster,-.  Wi Whyte        ���������'   ,  N. IJ.���������Oh and, aftcM* this date  a monthly social will be held. ,  Hoys between   the ages of ir.  and 18'are eligible to" join the  Troop, iicconipaHying  a. written  consent by their patents.  Scouts must bs  iu   full uuL  f.U'lll.  I'iy   order   '     .  ���������  ' ,      A. J. TAYLOR  Acting Scoutmaster  . A team of horses attached to a  heavy wagon, owned by 11. (���������}.  Crawford,' Coiirleuuy, ran away  on DiiuHiuur Jivciiuetm Monday,"  and camii to grief by striking the  li'iephone t'iost nl, the e.m ncr of  Duiiniuuir iivcnun and 'Third .St..  The horses .c-enpud injury, but  the wan-on    wns    l.iidly   wrockcil.  \\ e  1 ���������  a;'  The Medicine Hal Times si/.,.-*-  t up ihis v.-u\ :    Ti;e tnn-e yo.u.--  of the l,u,i.]ieau War: A yi-ar n  i.ii.*|'.il.ii'im,  :t   N'eai   c!   eomlUM  auu a y*���������.: 1   >.u   \ iciorv.  now 111 lb; second year  t'. ,���������       '     !���������      *.''  Supi. .1' SiiikImn School Wm I*  fur IJri'.i,*)) Columliia am) Alberta,  iirrivml in lowu mi Tuesil.-iv, mul  delivered au addre;*-! in tin- .-inir  ing in t',.i- Mcilmiii -i   i-'.-ii'i'-,    |. -  xilli'i'..'   /in'";'    Sl/nd..|\- S',,||,,m). ;,|j.J  Scculni*  Ivn.Mii.iu.     T'o-r-*- wi.- j   *'  fair   ul!-- .. 'mice.      Mr,     V,'e-liu;ii.  mi   WcdiU'.-'lav  N!o eiiti'iince fee will bo charged  for |)ivi,-,iotis 1*1, 1���������   M   and 'S, at,  ihe Coiirleiiiiy ,|,,i,ir,    Tbo  swcri"-  1 arv telephoned n** t" ihis (dfect.   ������. .   >(  Some ol ihe speakers at the re  cent Canadian Press Conference  recommended more "p-incl*" lor  editorials, With such a wave of  prohibition as is t<Nve������*piiig over  the eoiintiy, speakers will have  to change tlieir ��������� leimiuo'-ogy or  ���������hey "''iii g-.'t in Nrroug, say.s l!'.;.1  MniKt j.nv N'cwi". 'M'! d i t o r ; a I  juincb,'' the mention uf it Nvotild  .-tart sonic pcnplt* siulliug,        ,   '  , ���������.. ��������� ���������    .      I-.  ���������    .���������-������..  .        . c  ��������� k.-.-.l     '.I.    '   .     i\ ..  Willi   ������ I.r:   Ot *.i'.l't' I       i'i  " >Y ill"  1-i'Ui'lN . I  ..|   ;i  I I III        l.lll.l ICI'  !     bf! - N*ct-|-  .i,.>h.r 1 iiil.i.-d  1 . I ���������   ���������    I  I ilcl  111 I i|.-   InW.-i'      civ.'.     e-.Mt|lUH-s  01 gr-i'iually imprnvc,     Dr,( ]iev  ici1,  llin    littl'liiiilin-     I'ilN^icillll,    Yo~  piiit,- ibii! r'dr Wil.'ri'! is now free  Hi* i-- flee  fi'i.tii piii'i  .   ���������    *    ���������> , 1      ���������    ;;ii,',-  ...  1 .1 ������*e  jh,ileft.   fur    AihiM'.ii  j iiioniiug.  frun f'-\e".  i'-.d ������������������ ;    -..  10 1������- iv-- l!|i*  f ,l ..* t   1 l,i>,  l!.i   11 !,���������*���������������  !*''d  yon  r.-.'ice  -rn the hack p.ige  !   Ktir.i it. THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B.C.  ���������>v  For DISTEMPER ?,������*^r'  i^iWAiJiUJ. -^"anil Catarrhal .Fever.  Bore euro and positive preventive, no matter how horses  at nny ngo aro infected or "exposed." Liquid, given on tlio  tongue,' ucts on Oap Blood nnd (.Hands, expels the poisonous  (forms from the body. Cures Distemper In Dors nnd Sheep  nnd Cholera In Poultry. Largest Helling live stock remedy.  Cures Ln Urlppo nmon-j human beings nnd Js n line kidney  remedy. Cut this out. Keep It. {Show lt to your dr������gc(8t,  who will net It for you.' Kree Booklet. "Distemper, Causes  nnd    Cures."      DISTRIBUTORS ���������  ALL     WHOLESALE  ��������� nunooiSTS.  SPOHN    MEDICAL    CO.,   Chemists  nnd  Bacteriologists,  GOSTIEN.  IND.,   U.S.A. /  is*.  FARMERS  Can always make tort- of getting the highest prices for. WHEAT, OATS,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM  AND PORT ARTHUR nnd having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,  THE WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS.  ADDRESS  7J ,-703  Y..  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG.  WHO WILL PAY OFF THAT MORTGAGE  Should You Die Suddenly?  Kxep tho Roof over tho Cli 11 Aren't Head by a Policy la  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.  OFFICES:    Winnipeg, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Vancouver,  Calgary,    Reglna.      Agents    Wanted. **"  Old Style #=$=������������:  Way uV %j^fi=*=&3E  T&syFonriV*.  Way c^-IheL  laying  lasps-l-B-'D  By This Now "Eas j Form Method"  that Enablc3 a Child orBegianer to  Play*Well in One Evening  No -more mypferloui, difficult notes to learn  before yon can play tho piano or organ.   No  mnrcspenriini; of years In study nnd practice.  Why?   33ec:iuse music hai now been simplified  _. . ,. bo thnt   anybody  who can read printed  letters  noUVnwumrl* this Isenmrnrnfl tocomrillfBtf.lol<l-������tjl������    ���������-A-B-C-D-U-F-G���������can read the new '/Easy  WWlo ������W a >.rl������*-r rn.,Hn-t "wJnjLtl^rljrhtVry.     porm..    ������������������,.���������,.   ot   ���������   ,,,���������������������������_   and {he tey.bonr5  . . ... guide which is placed In back of the key-board  xr r<yr> TrhCTI! to.put t'i? linR-n of both hands on the right keys every lime.  No cfiaace for failure������������������nriyut'e can learn c]ulck1yJ'   Youtie children and old people learn to  V.rcn "tie Sin*!* Sirs  'n.'Mu-l Striktlli.  to*? Marked "B."rsu  Can't Co WrengI  pl������������ In a few hour-, nnd nmaze nnd delight their friends.  m ~Zm f"1 i?'"1 ���������"*|lrrOTo IhlimellinilwIthontpaylnprnBneert.   Jnrtrendtrieennpon.   Omnler* InntrmMon!.,  T.i?'    Vu'*f. "Lr"l ��������� piwe." i������l������rt"d sacred, popular nml ilare������>"K^iiy Form" music will ho mailed to you.  A.7SP'1 "AW '*��������� *"*" ������i-������cn c'avn���������thon Hlher return it and owe nothine, or keep it and Bend ua tl.CO down,  and II.M p.r month until a totnl r.f }r,.H> |n nliln mid.  ** ***  ***** ���������.  *-. mm  wm  mm   mnv  mv mm   mm   mam  nm mm M*   pr,  wm Mat nra am  vmr mm   mm   m  mal m.  FREETr?^? TAiT-ann     EASY METHOD MUSIC COMPANY  i. IXlmiZ*   1 iiai   -UOliipOXl r? Wilson Bide.. Toronto. Ont., Cuad. ,  n*iit* ������end tho "Easy Fono Music Mothod" and 100 pieces of mnsle for 7-day free trial an per terms of this !  tpTfrtl-ement.  Number of keyson plnnoororcan? Do yon play old-style rota music?  Nmimi , Addrras '...   irrr-wrjuv  Empress Aiding the Allies  Former Empress of France Converts  .Her English Estate Into Hospital  and  Awaits Outcome of       "  Great Struggle  Among tho hundreds of recent pictures Rhov.ir.-g the British soldier oa  ,the march, u> tho trenches, In camp  and In hospital, says tho Youths' Companion, were two taken on the same  beautiful estate, now,.hy.the generosity of Its owner, a hospital for wound-  od and convalescent officers. The owner is a very old lady, and the pictures  show h3- In the mourning that she  always wears, leaning on a crutch  staff and talking with some bright  faced, bandaged young; fellows out under the trees ln their wheel chairs.  The estate Is at Farnboroiigh, and Uie  woman Is Eugenie, onco Empress of  France, now for mora than forty years  an exllo in England.  During those long years the world  has heard so little of her that lt Is  hard to remember that she is still  alive, but before the disastrous oui-  Imlnatlon of tho Franco-Prussian war  ���������"My war" she used to be accused  of calling lt���������she was one of the  world's greatest' .figures. With the  single exception of Queen Victoria,  she was then tho most conspicuous  woman In. Europe, and her beauty,  grace and elegance, her nntural gayety  and even her fashlonablo follies united  to make her a far moro dazzling figure  than the British queen, with all her undoubted solid virtues.  No splendor, thero are plenty of  other witnesses to testify, could orer-,  whelm the. perfect complexion, Intensely blue eyes, with* dark lashes,  rich chestnut hair and cameolike features of this enthroned beauty. It Is  strange Indeed to think that after  Louis Napoleon, "Wllhelm I., Rlsmarck,  Von Moltke, all tho dominating flguies  of the Franco-Prussian war have been  dust these many years, tho bowed  black shadow of that, delicate loveliness still survives, watching and waiting, * with Germany and France at  death grips once again. But lt Is not  "her" war now, and although Germany  is mightier than ever, France is no  longer a corrupt and tottering empire,  but a vigorous young republic, ahd she  does not fight alone. Whatever the  end may be, lt will be strange lf those  blue eyes that years and tears have  dimmed survive to look upon it.  How We Study Bacteria  (Contributed by University of Alberta)  9*.  5T7-3  CONQUES  IN 3 DAYS  1 ������Sei"������e<'>iiili*iflim-������!*niiteeil reasrdy I foltliit out "'loir ������a m������nTO*hcrdl������rtn*i. It  for wb������*>o������M,imgffh������'ilUn.'l2 boun. Hit mild. I I* ungate and tnrturlurf iai.ttfrapttoe.jr*  TtlPMUi, ������treti|;thFnlng. Oron-omcn that pra������>  llu- nerr������i<Aji<ui> an* waring for clear.  At'-e������, elenra, pipe, tbewtng tobacco or  ���������mifC. Tobacco 1* ftoUenous ind ������*nsmlT  t.r.n ~������_ * ln.lur������itliohcftUlilni������nr������.l������������T������.cai)������lin  "..VflMSin.BSfc'Vw tan*, flltwrders os nrp*ai*s fijswpsU. aleep.  I*V     Ip-siim*. (m? Irtlchlnit, cp"?lac or oitwr  Kf^-=Rft.;SCf4ri&l-'e-!SSSm.!An=ln.su������lid!l.=eniiatl.-  tdnche. irealt ere*, lo������������ of  tpota onfkln, tbroat lr**l-  arrti, aatlitao. bronchllla,  koMi ff������!ltm% latin trniihl������. melanrlinlj-, rrot������������tlwiilu, ImiMner.  W< ** U.MU0T7 n.A Mll^wi^^r: Impure .pvinoae^l lilotf, rhfunatl������iu������|..ut>  k.*-. ������*1ailAA, D^irltu, henrtbnra, tarptd llrf.r. In.n ef appetite.  V.1 li-.*., m������\ hrf������lll, U������"l������l*l������.,lnrU of ambllloa, wr������kmf������{ and  ypuruelf el tabula aud intiO habit to; ������������ddcal7  ������u>|.plac���������doit's do lu Tb* comet turtliod Is ta  rlluilaate thn nlv������tl>e pol������OH iron tt.  ijitau. itreailbaa tb������ vpakt-nrd, trrllalrd  stcabninfi ftod nerrrs and srnulntlj evar*  otrats tha cm-tag. Tou can qnloklj an' ������aallr  qnll tabeoco and enjoy jonrtrlf a tkouiatm  tlBiei_l)ctlfT_irhllo ftallai alwaji ln_rntail   kMlik. ~Ht  PRKK fcook Vsllo" tllT������!������of tk"������   wosderfol iiaaronUjei". M*iho.1. Inex-  penMfe. nllablo, AIM Secret HctbaJ tat  ocnqntrlnc habit l> anothrr wllbottt bit'  knawledzr. Full parlloulax Inctndlni nr  Itoolt an Tekneoa nnd Sauff llablt  nalloi  la   plila   wrapper, free.     Addmil  C3WARD J. WOODS, S34 Sixth Av, dsoB, Now York.N.V.  Low Rate of Mortality  An official return showing the  Itatus of wounded at the various hospitals In France has just been Issued,  And Indicates a surprisingly low rate  of mortality. It shows that 4S9,73:i  wounded treated ln the ambulances  and hospitals between September 15  and November 30, of whom 54.5 per  ce*)t. Iinve retunio'l to the front, 24.6  per cent, ru'o .pre-'irlng to return after  ���������eonvalesoenco; 17 per cent, are still  under treatment; LIS per cent, are  .permanently crippled for service*, and  %A% per cent, only have riled.  There aro at present H.tlfiS hospitals  ln full iiwlng, with I'.f.O.OOO hods, which  Ih considered more than adequate for  possiblo rcQulrcmrnts.  Diner���������Walter, why do you call this  homemade bread?  Walter -Tho cook always sleeps In  th* li lichen, sir.  Yield of Grain Crops  Choked For Air.���������Somo little Irritant becomes lodged In the bronchial  tubes, others gather, and the awful  choking of asthma results. Nothing  offers quite sufh quick and positive  relief .as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. 'Jhe healing, soothing smoke  or vapor penetrates, clears the passages ancl gives, untold relief. .Usually,  it completely cures. It has behind It  years of success, It is'the sure remedy for every sufferer.  The   Scientific   Kilt  ^������CttLs.h^ffigWa^exs_^u*_ii_al-iL^,  For tho study of bacteria we have to  cultivate, them. When we are goiug to  Iind out tho germs that are In material such as pus, or urine of sputum  we sow some of It In the tube and  then put it In an Incubator at the  temperature best suited to Us  growth.. These Incubators, are generally made of some form of motal and  have double walls of that ma'terial."  Jietwoen walls water is placed and  heat is put underneath the incubator  und the temperature is regulated by  special means. Most bacteria grow  or multiply best about body, tempora-  ture but some will grow at very low  temperatures and even If frozen in Ice  will grow when ice*.molts if'we give  them heat and, suitable* material to  feed on. ' ,;  Some bacteria like the typhoid have  tho faculty of moving about In water  by meanB of very Hue roots that are  attached all over their Burface and  are continually moving llko the  branches of a treo ln a breeze;  Other bacteria when the food Is  scarce or ..when tho heat Is strong have  the power to shrivel up and form a  thick capsule or shell like tho hull of  grain or seeds and can stay that way  Just as seeds do over winter. They will  grow again by bursting their shell  when they get the proper heat and  moisture and food In exactly the same  way as seeds do when the warm April  sun comes and the rains prepare tho  soil for our crops.  Each of these littlo bacteria grows  or multiplies by swelling up and dividing into two, these two each divide,  and so on. With, some microbes that  occur, every twenty mlhtues, go ono  can easily understand how bacteria  can grow fast, for instance In,a can of  milk standing In the warm sun by tho  roadsido or in a station platform on  a summer day. And why shouldn't  they? You, have there the germs to  start with. You have the milk which  is used In the laboratory for growing  some bacteria (is It makes an excellent culture material, and you have  the can acting as ai- Incubator and the  sun to keep it at a good temperature  for their growth, lf by any chance the  water used to rinse the cans came  from a well polluted by surface water  which has just washed past a privy  or a barnyard you may have sown' typhoid germs and given to a neighborhood an epidemic of typhoid.  ���������v*^  ���������3W  X  ^yi-up  <7y2.  ?y  %ew,^r.-5  POUR IT ON PORRIDGE  YOU can't imagine how delicious a dish of Oatmeal Porridge becomes when it is sweetened with "Crown  Brand" Com Syrup,  Have it for breakfast to-morrow���������watch tlie kiddies' eyes  sparkle "with the first spoonful���������see how they come for 'more'.  WJucli cheaper than cream'and sugar���������better for the  children, too.  Spread the Bread with ''Crown Brand"��������� serve it  on Pancakes and Ilotlliscuits, on Blanc Mange and  Baked Apples���������use it for Candy-Making.  IDWABBSfcU^!  .PBRB  "IJT.Y IVfllTE" Is a p������ro whlto Corn Syrop.moroclcllcote  In flavor thnn "Crown Brand", Vou may prefer it.  ASK YOUR QROCER-lN i, B, 10 & 20 LR. TIN*.  THE CANADA STAIICH CO. LIMITED  Makers of tlio Famous Edwardsburg Brands.  Works- Cardhial-Hrantford-Kort William..,  Head Olllco   ���������   ���������   ���������   Montreal  1  WOMAN SUFFEfi  HEMS  From Female Ills ��������� Restored  to Health  by Lydia ������.  Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound. n  Bellevilln, N.S.,Canada.-"IdoctorcMl  for ten year* for female trouhlos and  did not Rot well. I road In Uio paper  ���������bout Lydia 13. Pinkham's Ve-gfttHbla  Compomi'1 and decided to try It. I writo  *������ow to toll you that I nm curod. You  eon publish my letter ns a testimonial."  ��������� Mr*. Suviunb lUniNE, Belleville,  Kov* Scotia, Canada.  Anollier Womnn Recovers.  Auburn, N. Y. ��������� "I Buffered from  narvouint*^ for ten year**, nnd hndruch  ���������rirnnlcpnlnKthntsomotimcs I would lie  Iri bi������d four (lay** at a time, could not rnt  or ������l**fip and did not wnnt nny*-n������f to talk  to mf or bothVr mn nt all. Somi'timei  I vronlr] sufiVr for town hoiirfint a tim*>.  Different doclurs did the best they could  for Tn* until four montlm uro J hep-un  ���������jiving Lydia K, Pinkliam'B Vopetablo  (JOm|>OIJIi<4 A U'l.ti llU'i   '.<-* I Ail. in ������wvi  lifiib.b." Wm V.'*l.UV* 11 t:u 3, Mr. IS  PJfiasnnt Street, Auburn. New York.  Th������ -.hove tr** only two of Uie Uimi-  Itndi of prnti-fiil \etleta whlfth nr* ron-  tttntl** toslns: rneeivc-J by the Plnkhnm  %t,.tl.tmm   -"pn.ff<iv    n-f   T.i'nr,     Mf.**  ���������which ihow dourly what peat tliinj-d  Lydin E. rinVhftm'i Vcftetabla Com-  **otmd dom for tl'ono '-rho sufTcr from  Voman'i Ills.  If yon nant ������pe- fcfSZ^i  rial n-Jtlee xrrH* to \Wjtf2y  Ljfil* K Tial-Ham ''*'*" *���������  Ke*lIt!ii*Co.(Mnfl-  4tt*tUl)LjunAUsi-  \nr Utter rtUl b������  ���������ptsM!, rs&d taft  tnnwnrM bf ��������� f������o-  MfeB tad h-eld in  ftrle*i >*������������������������'���������'.-**.  ^1  ��������� s-*t*  Official heport of the Valu������ of Domln.  Ion Crops In 1914  The censiiB and (statistics office has  Issued Its llna.l report on tho yield  and value of flold crops in 1914. Tho  report states that, in marked contrast  to 1913, the season proved particular,  ly unfavorable to the growth of grain.  Persistent drought througnout UK-  greater part of the northwest prov-  Inces resulted In a yield per acre of  the chief cereals lower than ln any  season since 1910 and lowe:* than the  average of tho six years ended 191 'A.  In Ontario and Quebec, though tho  grain crops suffered from a dry sea-  son, tho conditions wero not bo unfavorable, whilst ln the Maritime prov.  inces a favorablo season resulted in  good returns.  For tho wholo of.,Cnnada the area  estimated to he sown to field, crops  wit* *<i~,l 02,17f> ncres, as compared with  35,375,-130 acres Jn 1913; hut owing to  tho drought tho total productive area  hi 1914 was reduced to 33,440,075  acres. Upon thla area tho total production of grain crops In bushels waB  as follows: Wheat, 101,280,000 as  ngalnst 231,71.7,000 lu 1913; oafs, 313,-  078,000 against 404,009,000; barley, 30,-  201,000 against 48,319,000; ryo, 2,016,-  800 against 2,300,000; peas, 3,302,500  against 3,051,800; beans, 707,500  against. 793,300; buckwheat, 8,020,000  against 8,372,000; mixed grains, 10,-  382,500 against 15,792,000; ilax, 7,175,-  200 ngnlnst 17,539,000 and corn for  husking 13,924,000 against 10,708,000  busholfl.  Tho yield por ncro woro In bushels  ns follows; Fall wh-rnt, 21.41 compared  with 23.29 ln 1913; spring wheat, 15.07  ngnlnst 20.81; ull wheat, 15.G7 against  21.0-1; outs, 31.12 ngaliiRt 38.87; barley, 24.21 ngnlnst 29,90; rye, 18.12  ngalnut 19,28; pens, 17,04 ngaliiHt  IS,05; beans, 18.20 ngalnst 17,19;  biicluvhont, 24.3-1 against 21.99; mlxod  Ijrtilnn, 35.30 ngiiiiifit 33.33; flnx, 0.02  ngalnst 11.30 and corn for husking  51.3!i against (10.30..  Cniiiput'-rl at avorago local markot  prl'ios the vnliiPH of thoso crops in  l'.i 14 wen* n*i follow*-: WliMt, $190.-  41S,(i0O; onta, $ 151,811.000; barley,  $21,557,000; rye, ?l.i'7'.i.:iU0; pfins, $1,-  89F.000; bcanR, 51,884,300; buckwheat,  $0,213,000,* mixed grains, $10,759,400;  flax. $7,3118,000, nnd rom for husking  $!),K0S,000. For nil Hold crops, including root and fod<k*r crops, tn������ total  value- amounts to $039,001,300, as compared witli i.iGz.j'ii.i-uu ui ii'i.*). im-  ..'.i.'.'c.'j.'.-.u '.." r.'WSr'.Onp bcinf chlrfl?  due to the cnhanr.omnnt of prlrns,  which hns thuii moro than counterbalanced tho low yields of grain In cocse-  iiuoncn of the drought.  In tho thrro northwest provinces of  tl o production In 1914 of wheat is  placr-d at 110,958,000 bur-hf-ls compar-  e-d with 209,202.000 bushnlei in 1913, of  oafs nt 150,843,000 bushels compared  with 212.413,000 h'.ishols, and of barley  at jn.r,:ii������,000 liunliris, compared tvjth  31,060,000 bnslicla. Tho wheat pro-  iliicUnn of l'.'U In Manitoba in,* 38,-  003.000 buFhelp from 2,016,000 acres,  in, Cazbatrh^irnn "i.-J.1) 1,000 Mish*-ln  rrom IMS.Kt) arrr-s and In Alberta  28,859,000 btishr-ls from 1,371,100 acres.  patriotic pride in tlie kTTJrwTfi be  gratified at the high praise given by  Grant Ramsay to. that portion t of  their national wardrobo. Lecturing  before tho Institute of Hygiene on  "The Clothing and Equipment of tlie  Soldier," Mr, Ramsay declared thai  the kilt is tho most scientifically  built garment in the" British army,  and that besides having a martial  appearance It is a splendid marching  dress. Tho notion that the kilt Is  cold for the wearer - was dismissed  as a popular fallacy. It "contains the  body-heat well, and it haB this further advantage, that, being pleated,  there are threo thicknesses of cloth  conserving tho , .at when the soldier  is standing at rest. There is only  ono thickness, however, when marching and the ploats are thrown out,  and this is just when the wearer Is  developing excess of heat and requires  to keep cool." Generally, tho British  soldier Ir well clothed. Tho materials  aro excellent���������In somo cases too close  in texture, and, In fact, too good. But  tho design of tho garments is scientifically at fault because lt doeB not  sufficiently recognize the great value  of air In clothing. Air Is light, Jt Is  a good non-conductor of heat, anil it Is  also a disinfectant. "Wh/, then," Mr,  r.amsay asked, "is this Ignored In the  closo fitting'clothing of our soldlorn?"  Noticing one of her small boys nibbling at some luncheon in school one  day, the teacher called ths culprit to  the desk.  ., "You know," she began sternly,  "that'tyou mustv not eat during lesson  hours! Now as a punishment you must  stand hero in front of the class and  eat every bit of li." ".   ���������  Tho small boy did as he was told,  a curious grin overspreading his  face: .   V  ���������The t.eachAr__mUJLnderst^d_J:Jiit,  grin until the last scrap had disappeared, when, frohi the class, a small  voice wailed In tearful accents*.  "Please, teacher, that * wasn't his  lunch he was eatin!; it was mine."  Countless have been the cures  worked by Holloway's Corn Cure. It  has ft power of Its own not found in  other preparations.  No Interpreter  A military correspondent writes:  'The fact that Gen, Joi'fro his no English and Lord Roberts did not speak  French gave a pathetic side to the  meeting. It was, I was told, a very  curious thing to see the .wo great  soldiers studying a map together, with  hardly, a word to exchange, yet quite  able to follow one another's train of  thought by pointing and by looks, oo  great a commo:*. background was  theirs In military study. 1 may mention that Gen. French' does not speak  French with any ease."���������Manchester  Guardian.  Minard's Liniment Cures Grrget In  Cows.  Stimulating Interest  Tho  Rector���������Don't' you  think you  could Interest your Woman's Club in  the Bible.  .  Mrs. Wayup . (absently)���������I've' tried,  Rector, but it's no use. It would help  wonderfully, though,..if you could get  the author to come hero and givo &  few readings.���������Puck. *���������   .  AlmostJEKergLOjae^  Needs A Tonic  RIDER AGENTS WANTED  e������������ry*������hero tc ildt and exhibit * sample 1915 llyilap  lllcycle, vith all litest improvr.inrnti.  ���������    Wo ship on approval to  ) any address In Canada, without ������T  dcpoiiund -How-toDAYS'TRIM-  It wlll not cost you ono ctnt if a*  litis lied after using- bicycle 10 days.  tr sundries ni any price until yesi  gat our latest ig<5 lUiiitrttrd citalngtaa  and learn all aliout out tpecial prope  sltUA.T)iQ low prices will us������oniktiyc������  1'nME fiCMT',nllit'lviUc0llt'������  I UNG ilCN I svriio u, a pcwUi  ���������ndcatalotvewith fuQp.-.rt!cul.rsw*t  besanttoyou Ft-00,Pottpalc*v  by return mall. Do 3iot WflU-Qa  Write It now.  HYSIOP "R0THER8,Llml<d--fi  Dept ������    TORONTO. CuW.  IrBttkcu Hf-������n-. Iny m������rs>  ftscua. Also lcn-iB iliane  hoaTthy-Rtirt Tliur\ji:s. S(.14  In Ut., BOc. vacUgci by d������id-  ���������M eterywhuTO. Writ* for  our Ni-w lloolc, '���������IntT.iisloo*!  Poultry Gulda." Free.  IIIEKN-TIWUL STOCK f 8*61 C������  Italic*. 1OR0KTQ, OKI.  90,000 Acres in Alfalfa  She Was In Bed  For Seven Weeks  THEN    DODD'S      KIDNEY     PILLS  CURED  MADAME BERUBE  Tattooing  Both English and German soldiers  have each a littlo metal identilicatloa  disk, so that whatever happens their  friends and kin may know at'the last.  Tho sailor, whether In king't ship or  merchant Bhip, has the samo natural  craving that, lf the worst happens his  folks mny know. But the sailor's great  enemy ln peace or war is the sea, and  the sen makes littlo of Identification  disks. Tho sailor's Idoutiflcatlon must  bo marked indelibly on his body and  that is why KallorB go in for tattooing.���������Manchester Guardian.  The publisher of tho host Farmer's paper In tho Maritime Provinces  in writing to us states:     ,  "I would say that I do not know  of a medicine that has stood tlio  test of timo liko MINARD'S LINIMENT, It has bticn an unfailing  romedy in our household ever slnso  I can remember, and has outlived  dozens of would-bo competitors and  imitators."  Montreal Lady Tells How, After Four  Years' Illness, Sho Found a Complete Cure for all Her  Troubles  Montroal, Quo.���������(Special)���������Madamo  J. Buptisto Borubo, rcsldtu-; at 131)11  Logan avouuc, tills city, ansertB thut  aftor four years' suffering from kid-  noy dlscaso nho has been completely  roBiorod to health by Dodd's Kidney  1-llls.  "I had a pnin in my left sido around  the liunrl," Madame Bumbo stiya in  hor ututuinniu. "1 suffered constantly  with iiunduclio nnd backache, and for  seven weeks 1 wns in bod with kldneiy  disoiiso and feebleness. Tho doctor  could not holp mo, so I decided to try  Dufld'H Kidnoy Pills, ...  "After the first box I was some  bettor, I continued to use Dodd's  Kidney Pills till now the palpitation  has left mo, and I am a woll woman,  able to do my work. Dodd's Kidney  Pills cured mo nnd 1 recommend tlie.n  to all iiursonR who suffer ns I did."  Notlco how many women are rising  - .j '-" -1 ir ��������� '.iff *-* Iii��������� ''ir-tT*- fi***" -*?*.**  hnd'rellPt ln"nodd'B������Kldncy IMlli. The  roanon Is tlmt uinc-tcnus ol wumeu'������  ills spring fiom diseased or disordered  kldnoy������. Kvery woman whose kidneys show fiign* of weakness should  uso Dodd's KU1 noy Pills,  W. N. U. 1040  Whon James A. Garfield was President of Oborlln College a man brought  for entrance as a stuuont his son, for  whom ho wished a shorter course than  the regular ono,���������  "The boy can never tako all that  in," said tho fathor. "Ho wants to  got through quicker. Cau you arrutigo  it for him?"  "Oh, yos," said Mr. Garfiold. "Ho  can tako a short course; it all depends  on what you want to mako of lilm.  When God wants to make an oak Hi-  takos & hundred years, but Uo only  takes two months to make a squash."  "Do you like tho breast of tho turkey?" SBkcd tho host of tho old lady.  "l'vo novcr boon ablo lo find out,"  sho responded. "When I was growing  up the children always got the necks,  so that the grown folks could havo  tbo choice parts. But since I have  grown up things get all tho best  now the children got all tbe host  pieces."  Almost everyone���������man, woman and  child���������needs a tonic at sometime, lt  is often said that a man Is lazy because, ho takes little or no interest ;n  liis work; but the trutii is-he is not  well. Ho needs a tonic. The samo  Ib truo of a woman who does not hustle over her home work, but only fe<iis  lit to. bo iny ed. She Li.not merely  tired, but ill. A dull pain In the head  or back, poor appetite, loss of strength  with low spirits and loss of Interest  In life show that you need a tonic to  brace up tho nerve-n and give you a  new lease of life. Tho proo* Is that  when tho right tonic is taken all tdo  trouble quickly disappears. The one  tonic���������the, only tonic���������for *oak and  ailing men, womon and children Is Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, wliich speedily  bring back abundant healtli, strength  and energy. Thoy hav.* dono this n  thousands and thousands.ol cases us  is proved by tho following. Mr. Ed.  A. Owen, Burdett, Altn,, says;���������  "About'two 'cars ago my health was  In a wretched con^'Mon. My whole  system seemed to bo run down and  r i doctor seemed puzzled at my condition. I had no nppetito, exertion  would leavo mo breathless, and I was  troubled much with dizziness. All tho  modlclno I took did mo no good and I  was steadily growing weaker. My  mothor urged mo to try Dr. William-.*  Pink Pills, and boforo I had takon  thom vory long I began to fool llko a.  now man wad continuing tholr uso I  was restored to complete health. I  now recommend them to all rundown  in health as thoy r.ro tbo host modlclno I know of."  Sold by all modlclno doalers, or jy  mall at B0 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.G0, from Tho Dr. Williams' Modlclno Co., Brockvlllo, Ont.  North    Dakcta���������/-las-'rincTer.sed-^Ar������*-r  From 3,000 Acres in  1911, According to Late. Census  The'popularity-of alfalfa in iWth  Dakota Is demonstrated by its o-  raarkable growth during the -.jast thre*  years. In the fall of 1911 there were  slightly over 3,000 acres In the, entire  state. An alfalfa census of the-stato  taken Just before the' . holidays by  counties showed that there \.uie now  90,000 acres In this crop in the state.  Tho rapidity with which the acreage in this state has Increased is due  largely to tho cJfrts of the Better  Farming association which was organized threo years ago. As striking*  proof of this the increased alfalfa,  acreage is lnrgcly in ' 'he countle*  which had representatives of the' staU  association. ���������  From tho number of Inquiries coti-  cernlng .seed and the proper mothod  ot preparing tho soil, the Indications  aro tliero will.bo thousands of additional acres put in alfalfa in the coming spring.  Representatives of the bettor farming movement insist the people of  North Dakota aro just beginning to appreciate the Importance and value of  tho crop and tr.oy predict the acreage  will bo increased rapidly each Bcason.  The Bowels Must Act Healthily.���������  In most ailments the first oiaro of the  modlcal man is to soo that the bowels  are opon and fully performing tholi  functions. Pnrmoloo's Vegetable  Pills aro bo compe-jiulcd that certain  Ingredients in thom act on tho bowoli  soioly and thoy aro tho very best  medlclno available to produce health**"  action of tho bowels. Indeed, thoro is  no other specific so Borvlcoahlo in.  kooplng tho digestive orgaus In hoalth.  ful action.  "Did you see tho pleased expression  on Mrs. Blank*** face whon I told hor  sho didn't look nny older   than hor  . ,''.���������*"       , 1. .   ������    ������f������     rr-n*<-Hr..l\,r.  Tf-npflMon,  "No," snid Mrs. Jonoa, "1 was looking at tho expression of her daughter's  face."  Germany's Economic Crisis  Prncticnlly ono-slxth ot 1 tho industrial workers left in Gormany aftor  tho ranks of the army had boon filled  aro unable today to llnd employmont,  Horo In Toronto conditions aro admittedly abnormal, but not ono lu ton  of all tho workers is Idlo, What misery uud dostltiitlon must ho Involved  In an oconomlo crisis that forces ft  sixth of the German pooplo to oat the  warbread ot 'dleness. And Gormany's  stato Ib nothing to what it will be  when tlio Allies begin tlioJr Invasion.  ���������Toronto Globe.  Ruth camo homo from hor first visit  to Sunday school, carrying a small  Back of candy.  "Why, Huth, whoro did you got ths  candy?" nsked tho family, who had  gathered to hear her experience  Huth looked up ln -surprise*.  "I bought It with the nlcko! yo**i  gavo mo," she said; |'tho mlnlstor met  nio at tho door and got mo In for nothing."          Wlfo���������PIoobo hurry up. Hrive&l  you ovor buttoned a dross bohlnd beforo?  Hubby���������No; you novor had a dress*  that huttoncd before behind.  Rheumatism, A Sneaking Disease  Has At Last Met Its Conqueror  What little boy In the class can  mention a mi-morable date tn Hotnao  hlstr-Ty*? ftektd tbt teichtr.  Antony*-) with Cleopatrs.1 ventured  ono Oi the boys.  Two noldloi'B lay In a tronch looking up at tho stars.  Said Jack���������What mndo you go into  tho army, Tom'.'"  "Well," replied Tom, "I had no wlffi,  and T loved war, Jack, eo I wont.  What mado you go?"  "Well," roturnod Jack. "I had *  wlfo, and I loved ponce, Tom; so I  n'������*-it."  The Cam already had a rery large  family when th-* arrival of another little Carr was announced.  "My f-ood&essl" exclaimed one ot  the loo*? luflarlnt neighbors, "It Is  certainly to be hoped that this U the  oatae-ie."  "Now, thcni young man," nald the  n----r-* fnrrni-r, "didn't you see that  board when you camo trespassing lu  those woods?"  "Yos, sir," aald the culprit meekly.  "Woll. what did lt say?''  "I dunno. I was too polite to read  any more when I saw tlio Ilrst word  was 'Private.'"  Throbbing Muscles and  Swollen Joints Made Well  RUB    ON     NERVILINE  The youth had heen asked to write  ftxamplns of the indicative, subjunctive  and potential moods, and an exclamatory sentence. This Is wbat he produced:  "I am trying to pass aa English examination. If I answer twenty questions I shall pus. If! answer twelve  questlotts I may pass. Hears a help  m-il"  Old age kno\ s no foe more subtle,  moro unrelenting than rheumatism.  At first only a grumbling pain Is felt.  But, ulns, U Botllos In tho Joints and  muscles, and finally tortures Its victims.  Tmlny the disease may he In the  muscles ot tho back, thigh, shoulder or  neck���������tomorrow in the Joints of tbe  i-atid, to*, a, anus or icga It may work  with redoubled tu ..  Whether ip*e pain ts constant or oe-  easlonal, makes no difference to "No**-  t-llln*."*  Because other remedies have falte-d,  don'i "���������- discourage*), Kerrlllae has  our**-*! th* -wont of e*a*t.     It has  brought hoalth to thoso In tho deepest  uospair, ft** outs-til y<.a;^ cl jiirJul iiuf-  forlng for thoso who novor hoped ts  bo woll again.  Thore Is a marvellous healing power In Norvllino wliich It derives from  tho ovtracts and Julocs ot cortnln ran  titrttift iUrU liyait,, li h.li.)-. Au^A m^  Ically tho awful tain that only rueun>  atlcs can describe.  Congestion ts drawn out of the mus-  clon, stiffened Joints are eased an-J  limbered up, the old timo foellnf ci  depression Is cast off, and onco again  Nervlllno brings the sufferer to buoyant, vigorous lasting, good health.  Every home needs good old Norvt  Hut, nccda It for earache, toothache  headache, neuralgia, lumbago, sciatica,  stiff neck, obest colds and sore throat  Whsirever there ts pals, congestion ot  Inflammation. Nerviline will cure :t  Large family site bottle, 60c; triaj  sit*, ue, at all dealer*, ������r the Cat  arrhosoat Oft, Kingston, Caaada. sT  THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  >MtiliftiiiiHnil  ****\  The Army of  Constipation  Es Growing Smaller Every Day,  CARTER'S LITTLE  OVER PILLS an  responsible-���������they  ���������only give relief���������  ���������they permanent  ' -cute Canstipa-  ���������titn.   Mil  ���������lions use  .them (or  B'Jiottt.  *ess, hdigettiott, Sick Headache, Sallow Shin.  Saudi Pill, Small Doie, Small Price, '  Genuine rauitbew Signature  u������^c  JiWMWlllf'JWWff  II  "OUT OF DATE"  To use  White Phosphorous  Matches  It is now Illegal to make  " White Phosphorous "  Matches. In a year's  time it will be unlawful  to sell them.  If you're strong for liffi-  ���������   ciency ��������� "For  Made  in  Canada" ��������� and   "Safety  First" you will use  EDDY'S  Ses-qui Non-poisonous  MATCHES  Too Much War News  Importance of Titanic  Struggle  Not  Fully Appreciated by Unthinking Class  Certain light minded persons seem  to have criticized New York papers  Tor.devoting so much space to news  from tho theatre of war. lt Is doubtful,  however,   if  any  Intelligent    reader (  with anything approaching    an adequate  conception  of the  importance  of this titanic struggle in history and  in human   affairs   deplores   the   fact  that space is given to every item of  signincant news concerning the war.  It is not only the most terrible but .he  most momentous drama   enacted on  earth- since our planet rolleu formless  and void ln space.   Tens of thousands  of boohs will be written oh it in centuries yet, unborn, and whon It lies as  far In the past as tho, war of Troy,  or as Marathon and Salamis He behind  us now, lt wlll still bo regarded as  tho crucial point ln human hisUry and  tho chronology of mankind may ho  dated from this year 1914 when an old  order perished and a new ago or dispensation began on earth.   It Ib our  privilege, far removed from tho maelstrom of woe and In a land which *>b-  talns the fullest narrativo of events as  thoy occur, to watch this drama of tlie  ages unfoldeu and  to  live  through  events of which the futuro will read ln  fascinated horror. -  A dozen cables, a thousand wires  and tlio whole ambient ether are.  throbbing with the story of tho vials  of tho wrath of God that are being  outpoured* on the, world;, yot chlld-  minded people complain , that their  papers tell too much about It. They  had better go out ln their back yards  and play horse with tno children, or at  all events keep the evidence of their  montal vacuity out of sight and out  of the public prlnts.���������Rochester Post-  Express. "  'Management of  the Winter Pig  Are your hands chapped,  cracked,- or sore? Have you  "cold cracks" which open and  bleed when the skin Is drawn  tight? Have you a cold sore,  frost bite, or chilblains, which  at times makes It agony for you  to go about your duties ? If so,  Zam-Buk will give you relief,  and will heal the frost-damaged  akin.  Miss B. Strojsa, of East Hansford, N.S., writes: "My hands  were so badly chapped I was unable to put them In water.' All  remedies failed to heal until I  tried. Zam-Buk. Perseverance  with this balm completely healed  tho sores."  * Zam-Rukhealscuts,burns,bnilses,  cures eczema, plica, chapped hands,  cold sores, (roit bites,-and all akin  diseases and injuries. Refuse substitutes. At all druggists and stores,  <0c box.  The  Controlled by Admiralty  Man-������'-  '������ M  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND,  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING*  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslows  Soothing Syrur  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  How's This?  Wo, offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh .that  cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.  F. J. CHENEY--& CO., Toledo, O.  We, the undersigned, have known F. J.  Clicnoy for the last 15 years, and believe  him perfectly honorable ln all business  transactions and financially able to carry  out any obligations made by his firm.  NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,,  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternal-  '���������*. *    . Toledo, O.  ly, acting; directly upon the hlood and mucous surfaces of ihe system. Testimonials sent free... Prlco, 75 cents per, bottie.  Sold by nil, Dnisgists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation, ,      -   -     '  ���������TWe NEW FRENCH REMKDV. Hal H.I HA  THERAPSON SSiira  tfrrat success, cures chronic weakness, lost vmoa  ,* VIM Kl-JNBV, BLADDKR, DISEASKS. Bl.OOD POISON.  <HI.F.S. EITHER NO. DRUGGISTS Of MAIL SI. POST 4 CT*  jrOUGERACO. M BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORKorLYUAN RKOfl  ^fr'ojioi.'Ta^iS'iiirt.Bii-. I*RM BOOKjro 1)r._Lk.,Clebo,  5ied.co.Have>stockRd.Hamfstead. London, kmo.  'IRYNEWDRAGEElTASTKLESSII'ORMOr   EASY TO TAtt  THERAPION Effi-a'e---.  lUE THAT TRADE MARKED WORD    THERAHON    IS ON  IUI. GOVT. M'AUr APfUID TO ALL OEMUIMB PACUM.  Drove Off the'Blackbirdsl  Gunner Cyril  Lewis, .who Is eighteen years old, realized the dream of  his life by being In the' thick of the  fighting at tne AisLe.  In an Interview at the American  Women's Red .Cross , Hospital 'at  Paignton he said:  "Our gun became bogged ln a  trench. We dug, tugged and heavad,  at it in vain. * We had to rest, wcrn  Wise Precaution  will prevent tho little illness of today  from becoming tho big sickness of  tomorrow and after. For troubles of  , the digestive organs you can rely on  BEECHAM'S  PELS  Sold ���������v������rywher������.   Ia boxes, 25 cent!  cancer:  Tumors, Lupus cured without knife or 1  pain. All work guaranteed. &m^r,J0*?<** I  ...r1*11*. W1LUAJI8. (Willis- on���������R������Kar,l  10t5 Unlfenltr Avs. 8. E. Kltiniupolla, wnn. I  PATENTS'  Featherstonhaugh & Co., head office, King street east, Toronto, Canada .  Corns  Instant  ^ Relief  UrOD Pai'U    on    Putnam's  17 Extractor tonight, and  corns'fool bettor in tho  moraiug. Magical the  ���������way "Putnam's" eases tbe pain, destroys tho roots, kills a coru for all  ���������time. No pain. Curo guaranteed. Got.  ;a 25c bottlo of Putnam's Extractor U)-  .day.  Out  our, but returned in the afternoon  "We had a warning that * the  enemy's artillery Are would soon be  on us, and we were Just going to  abandon all efforts to reclaim the  gun when several shots came over  us. They were from three Germans,  ln ambush ln a wood.  ."This might have ended fatally for  us, but our blacksmith said he was  not going to be beaten by 'blackbirds' In a bush.  "He rode right away, shot one dead,  and disabled the'- otuers, while we  rescued our gun. He has won tho  V.C.  What a German Told  Earl Grey  Presiding at a meeting of the Royal  Colonial Institute, London,, to hear an  address from the Earl "of Meath on  the training of the new armies, Earl  Grey, in the discussion that followed  alluded to observations that had betm  made as to the German envy of the  British empire. J   ' ,    ,  By way of emphasizing what had  been, said, his lordship mentioned  2what a German had told him, "that  deep at the bottom of every German's  heart, is"the desire to take from Eng-  ,land_lthe_empire_tiiat._you are���������not.  Btrorig enough to hold. In, the opinion,  of the German people, you are .-rotten  through and through. You are such in  sordid sloth anl sensuality, and we  mean to take from you, some day,  the empire which is ours by right."  He thought it likely that Idea of the  British nation may have received  some change. It rested with us to  complete the conversation,* and to  raise up a new nation and a new  world on principles and Ideals whliih  would bring an ever-increasing measure of prosperity and nobility to tiie  people of the earth.-yAlnwick (Eng.)  Guardian.  Anxious For Information  A member of the Bar tolls of a case  where the charge was tho theft of a  -watch,   the   ovldonco   having   been  miost conflicting.   As tho Jury retired  ���������the judge  obsorved   that  ho    would  ibe glad to holp   in    adjusting any  ill Iff loui ties that might present themselves to the minds of tho Jury.  Kleven of tho Jurors had (Hod out  cof tho box. The ono who remained  -ivoro an expression of extromo por-  -ploxity. Observing his hesitation,  the judgo said, "Is thero any question yoii would liko to ask mo?"  "Yob, your honor," said the juror  'iingorly. "I'd bo glad lf you'd tell  :me whether the prisoner really stole*  'tho watch."  -,  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Smoothing It Out  A young Parisian,, noted for his  grace and readlnoss as a' second in  many duels, had Tiecn asked by a  friend to accompiiny him to the  mayor's office and affix his signaturing a wltnoss to tbe mntrimonial ceremony.  Ho consented, but when tho scene  was reached awkwardly forgot himself.  Just as the mayor was ready for  tho last formalities ho brcke out, to  tho astonishment of all parties, with  tho remark:  "Gontlomon, cannot this unhappy  affair be arranged? Is there no way  of preventing this sad occurrence?"  BABY'S BATTLES  The Size of Canada  Sir Robert Borden, dealing with tho  dimensions.of the Dominion of Canada, recently asked his aud once: Do  you realize how great a country Canada is? If you could pivot Canadan  upon its eastern seaboard, It would  cover the northern part of the Atlan-  tlo Ocean, tho British Isles, Norway,  Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium,  tho northorn part of Franco, tho entire German empiro and a considerable part of European Russia, and a  man who lives la Halifax, Nova  Scotia, is a thousand miles farther  away froni Victoria, British Columbia,  ttiat he Is from London.���������Westminster Gazette.  WormB in children, lf they be not  .nttondod to, causo convulsions and  ������-)fteii death. Mother Graves' Worm  .Kxtormliiator will protect tho children from Uiobo distressing afflictions,  In a Scotch country church tho  ���������o lli or Sunday during lho sermon a  baby begun to cry, and Us mother immediately picked It up and began to  -carry it towards tho dour.  "Stop!" tho minister crlod out.  ���������"Don't go away. The baby la not disturbing mo."  The mother continued her way to  tho door with the vory audlblo romnrk,  "Oh, 'o uin't, ain't ho? But you'ro dis-  iLiirbln" of him!"  s**XW.*&zy^  W. N. U. 1040  Baby's battles for hoaltii can bo  easily won if th mother will constantly keep af. hand the moans of aiding  her littlo ones when the emorgency  may.arise Huby'B Own Tablots should  be found In overy homo whero thoro  nro small children. The Tablots aro  a gentle but thorough laxatlvo. They  break up eoldn; rollovocroop; prevent  constipation; euro indigestion; promote sleep ; ud In fact curo all tho  minor ills of littlo ones. They aro  sold by all modlclno dealers or by mail  nt ilii contR a box from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvlllo, Ont  An old gentleman by tho name of  Pago finding a youug lady's glovo ut a  popular resort, presented   it to hor  with the following words:  "If from your glovo you take tho lot-  tor 'G'  Your glove is lovo, which I dovoto to  thoo."  To this tho lady roturned tho following answer;  "If from your Page you tako Uio let-  tor 'P'  Vour Pago Is age, and that won't do  for mo."  "Do anything much thla wook-ond?"  "Oh, nothing to BPoak of."  "Anything not to speak of?"  Kind of Feed and Caro That  Brings the Best Results  The pigs found about some farmers  at this season of the year may.be kept  under almost all conditions. Everything with the exception of those intended to be retained as breeding  stock should be ready for the market by the time the spring pigs arrive. An animal of this kind should  bo given all the feed it can consume,  and anything short of this is unprofitable. This simply means that the pigs  should be fed all they can eat and  clean up readily twice a day. It is  best never to allow any feed to be left  in the trough fromnone feeding time  till the next, as it will simply bo a  wajste and of no benefit to the animals.  Tho question of feed is ono of great  momont. The available feed supply  with a great many consists mostly of  ear corn. More or loss of the waste  from vegetable and fruit cellars can  tlnd its way to the pig pens to food  advantage. Ear corn ground*" fine  makes excellent feed for pigs, and  when mixed with an equal'part of  best quality of wheat bran, scalded or  cooked, If possible, and fed somewhat  thick, will be found one of the best  . growing and flesh-forming rations.  Oatmeal may be added to very good  advantage and the quality of the pork  benefited.  ' The pigs as found in the different  neighborhoods will vary much In quality, and it is a good plan to cull out  and market the ripest ones as they  come on. This plan has the advantage  of giving the owner some monoy to  use. Much of the ear jorn may be  fed as it is on Uie cob. I have always  considered it a .good plan to mix a  quantity of feed' at a time and when  possible, dump ln a lot of skim milk.  This not only helps, to' make a very  palatable feed, but a very nutritious  combination.  - It will pay to keep a plentiful supply of charcoal, ashes and salt in  reach of the pigs at all times:.. A. feature that -is very necessary is to keep  the pigs in a healthy conditon, and  these elements are of great benefit in  maintaining the animals  state.  Another thing to be considered' Is  the sleeping quarters. The pigs  should have-, a dry place free from  dust, as dust is very injurious to hogs,  and especially pigs.* 'Cleaii quarters  are absolutely necessary. Contrary to  common belief, the hog has some habits which raise him above other; domestic aninials from the standpoint of  cleanliness. I know full well from  close observation that a hog will not  sleop in filth unless compelled to do  so. Anyone can prove this. If a part  of the floor of the pen is raised and  kept well bedded with-.'straw, while  the rest is riot, all excrement will be  ieft on the unbeddod portion of the  JIo.or,_and_tho_bed-itse!f-^vi!i-a! ways-  be clean. The pi������;3 should be kept  comfortable, as they will then make  greater gains on less feed than they  otherwise .would. I have separate  feeding and sleeping quarters for my  pigs and old nogs. It is better for  both and they all thrive better than  when all are kept together.  If the pigs have lice, don't feed the  lice any longer -than possiblo, as the  pigs will not thrive as long as tho  lice are preset'. Don't put off the  task of getting rid of the lice until  some other time, but got busy at one'e  with a cau of kerosene and a woollen  rag. Moisten the cloth with the oil  and go over each animal thoroughly,  and ono application wlll bo sufficient,  lf the -sleeping quarters are rid of the  lice. ' This can be done by using a  strong solution of dip until no moro  lice aro found. Dip Ib a good "thing  for hogs. By spraying tha sleeping  quarters occasionally, with dip tho  hogs wlll be kept clean and freo from  disease germs, as alp Is a great germ  destroyer. A few drops of any of the  reliable coal tar dips placed in the  swill, not moro than ton drops to tho  gallon of swill being about right, will  do any. hog good, On my. farm we use  a Jargo amount of dip overy year on  hogs aud sheep, and I consider lt as  having no superior in keeplug tho animals free from skin diseases.  Worms causo tho death of many  plgB, and they aro the beginning of  nearly all swine troubles, I havo tried  sovora] remedlos with varying results,  but snntonlno is the boat thing I havo  found. Whon I flud wohub aro preB-  ont I keep tho pigs off fod for i2  hours, thon give each pig flvo grains  of santoluo and flvo grains of calomol  in ono gallon ot thick slop, After  foedlng the worm medicine I do not  food anything moro for 12 hours, thon  givo a good feed of thick slop, and I  soon begin to uco l-osults,���������Iudluna  Farmer.  Ascension Island Ranks as a  War  Ascension Island, situated About  midway between Brazil and the Congo, is a valuable half-way houso on  tho Cape route, Us position on the  main track making it especially, useful  as a provisioning place for ships on  their homeward way.  Physically, Ascension is'a desolation of extinct volcanoes and lava  fields,, but tlie prevailing fresh southeast trade winds make its climate  very healthy, and a sanltorlum built  oh Green Mountain, which dominates  the island, is a refuge fir men invalided from tho coast of West Africa.  Discovered on Ascension.Day, 1501,  (thence Its name), the Island was  uninhabited until the. British government occupied lt as a military station  In 1815,'during the couflnoraent of  Napoleon in the island of St Helena,  800 miles to tho south.  Now it is under tho direct control  of tho admiralty, and is * ider rigid  discipline, being ruled by a resident  naval officer, exactly as if it wero a  man-o'-war ancnored in mid-Atlantic,  .with a "crew" of about 400 naval  officers and families, seamen, marines and the sturdy Grain Coast  "Krumen," who aro such excellent laborers and sailors and tho best surf-  boatmen in the world.  The Krumen aro especially useful  In the heavy work of this strongly-  fortified coaling station, with its  naval victualing yard.  . Too many women stmpgt***  under pains and acnes.  They are not sick���������but weak,  nervous, irritable.  Such women need that blood"  strength that comes br takin-g  SCOTTS EMULSION. It also  strengthens the nerves, aids ths s***-  patito and chocks the decline.  , If wif* or mothtr tir* traaSy  or look rum down, SCOTTS  EMULSION wtU build har ap.  SHUN SUBSTITUTES.  imBsmsMmfBEBXEt  Reasons for Detention  Soldiers Are Too Familiar With Their  Officers  The Canadian army is  thoroughly  American.    Not  only  does    It    use  American,slang, sing American,songs,  and use emphatic cuss words, but the  spirit of the men is American and independent.   It is., because of this fact  that the 'Canadians ar*e held on Salisbury Plain.   This is best shown by  a quarrel overheard between an English major and a Canadian fellow officer.    "It  is   terrible,"  the  English  major declared, "the way you Canadians come into���������London.   You officers  and privates gather together in bars  in such a  and drink together.   You cannot- build  up  an army with such  familiarity."  '  "But that   is .the   way we have to  build it up," replied the Canadian with  a show of heat.   ."Canadian soldiers  have no illusions about their officers.  They know tliem in private life, and  they know what they are worth."  , "You haven't got our   idea at all,"  "You haven't got our idea at all,*'  answered the British   officer.   "It is  ..ernalism in our   army.   I'm   the  father of my men.   They ask my advice and they have confidence in me.  If I were familiar   with' them they  would not do so.   A   soldier, is not  expected to   have   any individuality.  His only duty is Vlindly to obey his  superiors."        . ���������        '  ���������mYeU,-m6Q-of���������that sort���������would-not-  go with us," replied the Canadian.  Does Not Apply to Canada  Prohibition of Export of Certain  Goods Published  Considerable alarm in industrial  cireles'has been occasioned by publication In January number of the Postal  Guide of a long list of commodities "  Uio exportation of which from Canada  Is said to be prohibited to all destinations. Tho list is headed by ths foV  hibited to all destinations."  "By royal proclamation, which haa  been published in the Canada Gazette*,  it is declared that all orders issued  heretofore concerning the exportation  of goods from Canada are revoked and  it is further declared that the exportation of the following goods be prohibited to all detslnationa."  The list contains several hundred  items, including nickel, ore, nickel and  ferro-nickel,. heavy boots for men, oil  of all kinds, bags, sacks, copper, rope,  raw rubber, etc.  A further list includes goods whoso  export is prohibited to all, countries  save those of, British connections.  These . include wheat, Hour, animal*  and certain other important commodities, which form a large part of Canada's trade with the United States.  ' Inquiry instituted Into the publication has elicited the information that  a royal proclamtion dealing witli  prohibited goods from the United  Kingdom and published as such in tho  Canada Gazette has been mistaken for  a Canadian order-in-councll. So much,  Is plain.from the second clause of the  proclamation where.exportation is prohibited to all destinations abroad  "other than his majesty's dominions,  colonies, British Indian territories, under British portectlon, Cypress, thai  Channel Islands, and Egypt Had tha  proclamation applied to Canada, Great  Britain would have beea among tha  exceptions.  It Testifies For Itself.���������Dr. Thomas'  Kclectrlo Oil needs no testimonial of  ft* n<*w������������r**. nthor thnn \tno\t whw*Vr-r  trios it for coughs or colds, .'or cuts or  i.\n,i,;itiliiiiu, fur kit ihi ui> or buni*, (or  pnlns lb tin- limbs or body, well know  that tho moiJiclMO proves Itself and  needs no guarantee. This shows why  ibis Oil Ib lu general uso.  examples of tho Indicative, subjunctive  und potential moods, and an exclamatory sentence ThlB is what ho pro-  duend:  "I nm trying to pans an English examination. If I answer twenty questions I shall pass, lf I answer twrlve  <iu(htton������ I Wiuv* \ii\rit. llb.-vcn ht-ip  mo!"  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  TM-~He ttttznt to be wandering io  bis mind.  Frod���������Wall, ba c*n't stray far.  Could Not Sleop, Clothing Irritated, Impossible to Keep from  Scratching, Used Cuticura Soap  and Ointment, in Ton Days Wolf,  2.10 Duffcrln Ave., Vlnnlprir^Man.���������'-X  bMiarne troubled \tH1i a null '-'ml'iir to  lilvea on ray face nnd arm*. Later It i-proAd  over my body. This rash  Itchod and burned and If  rubbed tho ildn would be-  eoraa hot and rod. It got  eo very Itchy I could not  (-loop, Themorelicratclind  the worse It (tot I tat  many mlnutw at a time  with clenched handi to  J-eep from Irritating tlio  nub and Rive my Klein time to cooL, Tlio  Snrt tart day* the spot* Incrotml to rapidly  "Tin* -ipntu on my fnci* *mil nw-lr rrra  to plainly visible, e-porlnlly If I ettaKiliw!  tliem, thnt I nvoMwl tbo folk- In the hoius  to hldo my dl-tfRtirtment-, Every time my  body became over-heated my clotUJng  lrrlial-vd the null ������o much that It wan lm������  Tuwllil*) tfl Veen from tcrntr-litnrf tlin nm***  Oirr two tttoici tit torttiro and tleeplati  nluliU I tiufferod.  "Knowing from experience that Cuticura  floap and Ointment were good I tent out  to tiie tlrug (tore tor some. I followed Uie  direction- and In a few day* I noticed the  roih waa leu; the tpotn Ix-aan fading. In  ten diyt l dm compMtMy w*|I." t3(pie<l)  Mn. John Lamb, June 11,1014.  .Samples Free by Mall  Catlcura floap and Ointment nold through-  erat the world.   Tor liberal free Utopia ef  tub, with 32-p. boolc, tend pott-card to  , fJOutlcura, Devi. D, Bo-flaa, U. ft. A.'\y  Minard's Liniment Cureg Diphtheria.  Town is Saved by Rabbi  Offerln-j    Himself   oa    Hocta**e, Me  Promises German General That  People Will be Good  HabbI Bulotuou ntunboriw, of Luon-  helm, a Bmall town noar tho frontlor  of Alsaco, ouyo tho Hebrew SWuidurd,  has been instrumental In saving lho  town from destruction by tho Germans, Soma of the Inhabitants bavin*;  been, found guilty ot cspionuRO in the  Interests of Franco, tho German rod-  oral Imagining that thoro wore uovi'nil  more traitors, thruatoned to burn tho  town.  Tho, inhabitants Locarno so terror  Btrlclcon that Habbl Hauibergur decided to mnko a persona] appeal to tho  Wf ������������1*f|l      **        i-ifi-uss,       (1-        *-*..* *(*!. 1       !  /,   .  .* *.   J  ���������*. *      n/     ������iJ^������������*W      fc>*W       ������V"M>     t^DI'Cu      ***  bin canonical** and wo.tirln*- htn Tfilllt-  and I'uplullin, tlio octogenarian rabbi  ���������irocoeijcil to the general's quarters  nnd offered hlmnolf as a hostage for  tho loyalty of tho populntlon. Hn reminded the goneral of God's promise  to Abraham thnt fiodou would bn  ������*mred if ten l-lgnieous men could be  found. Tho general x^'as so touched  by tho rabbi's earnestness that ho decided to abandon IiIh cruel Intention,  ul tbe samo timo rofiiBing to accept  tiio rabbi's offer to bo hostago for tho  towiiBpeople'e good conduct.  Klhcl used to play a good deal In  In Sunday school, but one day she had  l>t!-'ii ������o v.ooA that tho toucher said In  pralno;  "Ethsl, my dear, you :are been a  very &00A girl today."  "Yftth'tn," responded Ethel. "1  touldn't help tt   I dot a ���������tiff nack."  When the Liver  Gets Torpid  There  Is  Nothing   Like  Dr.  Chase's  Kldney-Llver Pills to Set it  , Right  Mrs. C. L. Cook, 248 Tenth street,  Brandon, Man., writes; "I have us^d  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver, Pills for the  last four yehrs for liver trouble, and  can say thut I have had groat satisfaction and help from them. I find  that I do not need any doctor lf I uso  them when the liver gets torpid, and  bellevo that they are exactly suited for  iny case, My husband has used them  for kidney trouble with good results,  and' my daughter In Winnipeg has  .been holpcd a great deal by the uso  of these pills. Wo aa> wo can't keep  house without them, and have choatcd'  the doctors nero out of a good many  visits.   I think Dr. Chase's medicines  r..' just tho thing, and have recommended thom to many people who  have used them with good roBultB."  By keoplng the liver actlvo and tho  bowels regular, Dr, Chase*',* Kldney-  Llver Pills prevent nnd cur* such disorders ns biliousness, constipactu*i,  chronic indigestion and boadacbo. One  pill a doso, 25c a box, 5 for $1.00;  all dealers, or Edmonson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto,  Miller's Worm Powders do not need  the���������after-help-of���������castor-oil���������or���������any���������-  purgative to complete their thoroughness, because they aro thorough in  themselves. One dose or them and  they will be found palatable by -.11  children, will end the worm -rouble by  making the stomach and bowels untenable to the parasites. And not only  thls, but the powders will be certain >"  to exert most beneficial Influences la  tlie digestive organs.  SUPER-SUBMARINE COMPLETED.  Oxen Returning to Plow  Are More Economical and Are Better  Than Horses For Some Kinds of  Work on Farm  Up in Maine a considerable numbor  of oxen nro in uso on farms, says tlio  Brooders' Gazette. In tho other States  of New Knglaud oxen aro also much  In use, an nlso in parts of Now York.  In Virginia nnd othor Southern Btatea  oxen havo nevor boon entirely discarded. Thoy do much farm labor  nnd Bouio teaming upon tho highway,  Itecont roporta aro that oxen aro coming moro and moro Into uso ln Uastcrn  Stuton, duo perhaps to tho high prlco  of homos and tlio cost of grain. Oxon  aro cheup to buy und InexponBiva to  maintain, nlnco tlioy llvo and work on  grass alono, Also oxen can ba bought  when young and light at moderate  cost, worked two or moro yoara, then  fattonod and sold for much mors than  tho ilrst cost.  Certain kinds of farm work oxon do  quite well, such as ploughing and hauling nianuro and hay and grain. Possibly It would ba In the lino of economy if an ox team aupplemonted the  homo team on many a farm, but oxon  nf*    tr*r\    fl- m.    f<-v    O. ������'..������, 1.1'    v-' -!-    -11'  ���������   - .b.^.    .-v..     .v,    i,.. v    ig,*.i������,.    ..u.#*   mCCm'  cd In'planting nnd cultlvatln-- corn tn  lliu corn IkiIl If wa imiuto the practice of furmora lu other regions of  high priced, carefully tilled land we  may some day toko thn ox again Into  our service   On lho best and   inoHt  Giant Under Water Craft Is Said to b*  Wonderful Ship of War  Tho Daily Mall's Copenhagen coi**  respondent says ho learns from Hams-  burg that 0110 of the new German  super-submarines has jUBt concluded  trial runs iu the bay of Heligoland and  that sho proved well Bulled for the  purpose for which she was constructed. This giant submarine, tho cor>  respondent adds, Is of tho typo that  carries supplies for ��������� threo months,  which does not necessltat-* ber putting into a port or having recourse jo  tho parent ship.  skilfully manar-ed   farms   of Franc.** 1 ���������������.-. ���������!*���������-{  "I can't stay long," said tho chair*  man of tho committee from tbo colon-  ed church. "1 just enmo to boo lf yo*  wouldn't join do .nissloa band,"  "Fo' do lau' sakes, honey," roplied  the old mammy, "doau' como to me. X,  can't evon play a mouf-organ."  Capo of Good Hope���������Sweot sixteen.  Capo Flattery���������Twenty.  Capo Lookout-���������Twenty-flvo.  Capo Fear���������Thirty.  Capo Farowoil���������Forty.  Our National Disease  ���������       Caused by Tea and Coffeo  Physicians know that drugs will not  correct tho evils caused by tea or coffeo nnd that uio only remedy is to  stop drinking lt.  A dootor Buys:  "I was a coffeo drinker for many  years and often thought that I could  not do without it, but aftor years of  Buffering with our national malady,  dyspepsia, I attributed It to tho drinking of coffee, aud after somo thought,  determined to uso Postum for my  morning drink. (Tho effects on th*  systom of tea and coffeo drinking are  very similar, bociumo tlioy each contain tbo drug, caffeine).  "I had tlio Postum mndo' carefully  according to directions on thu pkg. and  found it just suited my tasto.  "At ilrst 1 used it only for bro&fe-  fast, but I found mysolf getting so  much bottor, that I hud it at all meals,  and I am plnan<?d to say thut ! have  boon relieved of indlgostlon. I Rnlnod  10'pounds in 4 months and uy genera)  health Is greatly Improved,  i must leu ;-ou ot a y-ung lady.  She hiifl bcri. In J!5 bc'iMb ft* uu:.f  years, tho vital forces low, with but  littlo pain. I wrote hor of tho good  that Postum did mo and advised hor to  try It  "At tlm ond of the year, nho wrotr*  oxc-n biiftre wan horses tbo labor of  tho land. It Is fitting, howovor, to put  buhlnd tho slow moving ox the lightly paid farm laborer and we seo no  signs of bis near appearance upon  American farms. Anyway, a ter;ia ot  great Hereford or Devon oxen rulJ.plo-  ttiresquenfii's as woll ns rnotlvi fores  to tho farm.  f-V> 1*    Vn J     f-t-tl-r  A      ifi  "Woll," replied tbe physician wben  his wlfo asked him for money, "I bops  to cash a draft so^n, and then���������"  "-Cash a draft!   Wbat draftf  "The one 1 saw Mr. Oldtowu altttnj  in this morning."  weight and felt liko herself again,**  Name given  by Canadian  Postum  Co., Windsor, Ont. Read "Tbe 'load to  Wcllvllle," in pkes.  Poitum comes In two forms:  Reoular Postum���������must bo well boiled.   Ifto anl 25c packages.  Inotant Poetum���������l.i a soluble powder. A teaspoosful vl'sjolves quickly  In a cup of bot water, and with crean*,  and curtr, makos a delicious h*v*t.  ������k������ Instantly. 30c and 6O0 tins.  Tbe cost per cup of both kinds la  about the same',  "Thare's a Reason-' for Postnra.  ���������-told br arose*. ���������   'THE: NEWS; CTJMBS&LAMD.' BRITISH' COLUMBIA.  ���������j?SZ  ;v-1 - j  Lrr���������m���������jt������-.h  ... ...i ^.n������ i* " .  ...  ...   '- * -���������" ������.-oyt������--������ -- .t ������jw.B  i"i A&i>'-'''i  I * "t-M \Y-.r  aSAI.IIM*l*****  :iIsn't It Mice?  "riffi  It costs but Little lo  have, and make ''Home  Iieautiful." wlien you  choose your   Wall Paper  ������  :*'��������� ,y-^7^/!l\\w8'ffii/fl: from    a    well      selected  i1( ^J'0!ll)jMryi!      ;" can   supi '  i!yfi:iWjf|SS:fver>'*lie;U P"1115 at   ^c    1  bM   WpSi     Full Hue of Furnitur  i/;-'-:   i^i:'ii*i-^(J= always on hand.  lUii /iJiHi*l! ii-    '      :   *  (j^^^Sf-V**^ ������-^*V-������1^^*t**--<*;^^  MAROeCHI' BROS    "1  GROCERS   &    BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS .OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING  WORKS  The. Furniture'  fcw*  ft .w  -d>lu*e I.Iuck,   A, MbKINNON     Cumberland  CHURCH���������NOTCES  ������wvw*az***t.iJa2*r.wtm*x  .���������:--:T!i<Ji)isSr church.  SERVlCiCS.  * iC  Wor.dii-*-- Sunday,-   7  ' -.NOTICK  Any person *'������r person?, ciutin;;',  i*('iiiiiviii,(' or takin<f unv bl'*ek*  limber or wood, of any dct'eriptiodt'"  X'lon.nn-''* to lho Wo-llinu'ton Col-  iif-M'Y Co'y., or from or off ilnvlnni  w       *9    M       ������������������>*  Hi KM -Hy    o' Drf3 JS 53 fo l   w n *    .*!#!-���������  vv    K   Era  ei'X- aaasl \������v Xrar? ft ftt>������       Si     ri hi  ��������� Uf-   *  1       fe  :of British Columbia, Ltd---  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's 1*5 EKR  Wholesale Dealers  in all kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Second    S t r e e t  SVw"-^*'^^'^WV*u!^ **s-#V������t������������������-*<������������-f*^*-W-*V������-^^  .THE. S. S; COWLOllA-N   WALL SAIL 'AS U.NDEJi  I'oitox���������U.viok Hay���������Nan a i mo��������� Yancouvkr���������Route  Leaves ComoN, Sunday, 3 p. 111....'   Leaves Union Iiay, Sunday,' 4������p. in ....  For Deiimau Island. Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURNING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday, 8 pm'  -  For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.   .  Subject to change without notice. '  a** -r-rn mm *j.*mgM**>  v������W������H**$������**~5������"!������*H������*M"*2*^  5", ., .  1. -j:,, nlso un aliernaU* Sundays. 0f the said Company, or-' anyone  :*.' : : :: m. Ar. lluvhu on alter tippinp; rubbisli of ai'iy dest'.riptioii  i: , I- .^'.ludwvs.. at 2.00 p.111. anywhere   upon    the  company's  i;;:)Ic stu.ly.- (S.   School) 2 30  L-./iies Aid -FirPt   Tuesday oi  <-,.,,  moii'li, at 7.30 p. m.  Ke\.   Hvnry WrUon   Pastor.  Si" * lILORtJli'i-i  I'RF.SIJV-  VKUIAK  CUUt-LCH.  S, .-v is: ���������-'. 1 1  ii- ni. ;ii:d   ~i  p. ni.  !:.'������������������  I if.'.;. l.:j:) jj. rn..  ;.-,���������, vt\ SH. ...I. 2A0  p. in.  !',:'i-,-���������* Mfciinir. Vi'*.*(!!n^diiy,evei'  i./.V.J).      "      ..  I-islor. llcv. ,L*.s. H.ioii  Hid will bo pro^cnled-lo thu. full  extent of tiie law.  J. II.  LOOKAtlD.  Gen'ernl Manager,  Colliery Cp,y,  1 p. Phillips Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  iaDUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,   |  -i-*--'!*-* nciff-T--*-".**-- >^.7*jntaatriK^a������--n^gagigi-aae-K.Tr: zM**suiv*^atsevxwa*Kim*.wi  .     ��������� . NOTICE. "  Hiding oii locomotives and rail  way ears of the Union colliery  Oonipany by., any persori or persons���������exceul laii'iereiv���������iti strictly  v.,;i-  Wo,toh-Bepairing  led.     Khijiioycos   tc1-'-ni'-  ice Ivi ..i**Tiiissiil for iillowiiig "biuii-  Uy order  J.'R.   LOCKARU,  General Manau,e..  ���������n-jSD   (.JOOi)  1 ON'T  ^/..AyiA!; r ~ ..     ... ---\-.\ '*.'*' 'J  -t~i-.t~rr t -;���������������*-'*.  ii.^..u������nJ^_  V\ .kjIi   Ke-'niri.-f.-.   if   y"*11"  -  " -via.*.!*, ii not   krpiina-   ti>"'<* '  -..TU.-'U-ly   LUr I.IfJllTK'A       ���������  j.*!X IT.     (i ve U- a 'J'1-i.-.l.  F. Lighter  p,,;i::irai Wetchmaker, icv/clsr and  ���������i-  t  Manufactured from the   Be^t  Canadian- Malt   and   llops  J-  ���������y  ���������ua*.*^iistf3������'iK*BKag*w^jiwaoaK^       mmu jxjgxxs^iaxxiax  '5og  Cumberland,   B. &.  *ama*mas*iJt.mesii*m*Vix**^Aarf**a^t*VMiXZtumii r*-****- ���������1^ 1������������  ���������i*  ���������!���������  ������  ���������I-  :j:  i  *  *-i*jn������a*r.---jBl������������:5K���������v-r---v^  - *>. I**  (; ).!.-.{.'!:i,  CAVARDO BUILDING.  Cumberland.  C. C.  *������.ti, ���������������������*-* 1  'V   ������*  ���������     ���������     ���������    ���������������     i     ���������     ������     *  ."V  ���������i;������l?3YalfIa:?i,t:-\������*.'i.iA u-i  :':Roomiiio: lioxsti  (^UUBJOL-.  N.OTICE TO 'CONTRACTORS  0   ROVSTOX tiCllOOI..  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  'Tender -for Royston School,"  will be received hy lhe Honourable the  M''mister of? I'ublic Works up to 12  o'clock noon of T u e s cl n v ,  the ?.isl d.iy of September, 1915 for  the erection and comr-leiion of a- lars-e  one-room school-liouse at Royston, in  ThlPCan ox * l: iectorS'rlJ3TsTn,cr~ "~  ��������� Plans,, speciric.'ilions, -.contract     and  forms ol tender may be seen on and af-  ���������"/{J-f j?������5 E g/������JL   ter . lhe   3rd  day   of   S e p 1 e m li c  Cam ber Ian  Also-Agents for the Famous   U.B.C- $  and   "New, Life'  Beer.  **<.  *i*  t  ^1.  -i*4*-i-^-.**S'**-t-**i-*-*-i--*ir'*-^  m  WORKS  HIGH-CLASS  DYERS AND  CLEANERS  eaning ���������  ���������it*t f*,r***J*'-iT���������������*.���������**-*������bjh"*"** iw--*wiJvj*n>i^^jjM**---������-aiwfc#Mi;M<. -ttr���������i-iuuo  MiMiiiHrliM������������l  ���������*.  FtV HK KThF ill I ^   tcr ��������� lhe   3rd  day   of   Sopte m U cr  Wfamt IS 51118   '9'5.       -m        ihe    "office,    of  ^B^^Q6^881"   berl;ind>   r,    c.;   Mr.  J.    K i f lc 11 p ;  I-'iirnislied    I-L-'inin-.  Reasonable   U.r*.e.-i.  . .*.  .i.  ������ ������  *   1  ���������;;.;'7?"   Third llot.^e Im'ui"  Ii. C.    1 eu-.'.U'i.1-  Kxeinii!*.'.'--  <������������������      (,.M'.inb<.rhiu<l,  li    C.  .FOR SALE--A WILLIS PIANO  The above exceptionally high  grade instrument, will be sold   ;il  a remarkably low price, in order  10 dispose of   il   quickly.      Tin--  grade of the Willis Piano usually  V   sells al #.-00.   The ir.stranx-iu is  .���������'1 ������������������'  i)raciieally nt-.w. bavin;; been in.  use but u s'loit lime. Wil! be  nleased to deinonsir-it'- it 10 an---*  1 * '  one c-oiiteiiipl-iliiij.', bnvinj,r nucli  an   instriinienl..       Wiil   sell   foi  3:  *  Dyeing-  =-*fl TSark.  and Pressing  Next Door lo Bank ot Commtrce,  Dunsniuir Avo. Cumber and. ^  o  ������TIV*lJ'.-C,M3-tt**X������*-*B--W-t.T.VSl������L=W  t When. You Need: ���������  ���������r* - '  ���������*  *������������������������' -.  I . :, Eaperhanging, "Shingling,  :j:      House Repairing,  :cf Ail  , $      Kinds, House Moving etc..  .-. ���������  *!*  .'..  s *  ...  i  i  A..  '��������� *������.?.."..-,.t..-.  '���������r'.'T."-.".".''-'.  wi* ������,(W������(*-'I*'l IMllMWiV  tt*  *   t    *    *   *    +  ��������� I     ���������*���������     *.-*������,**���������*���������������)!  k     ���������     ���������     t     a     a  A-   >*iw.   lernis lo suii en.si inner, il  v I  ������  *!��������� idesired,    Apj*>ly .*a 'Tbe Cumber-  ���������i*   land News Olliee for furllier liar  ���������I-  ,.tfAA^������������r^.o*/fy������.j^^ft^rtiJ',''is  IJ  ���������]' -1 1:  II     1 / -. I  licu'.ais.  Vi\\9t !������,* ������(ur.*i*Min.\fc***i*Min*  I .������.rfi.*������tai.-.kHt -^j.-.-j-tir. "*-*������.���������-������."'������#-******'t-������  '1*31*4? 1^ n*ijb''srii*-i^,viIMj*<^  ;!3UHG"SAaEST0ViiSJ  . .     iJ  ���������<    .......   ..'<   XI i l hl.i-i     t' 1 i.������'l--ii..-. i-  )/  '      -        . ���������       o       * J ' ifti     AU work guaraiiii-iVrii.; jj  33Gm!MlS*u03dS I if (ij  vc.,^Hi:.lK*������   urn.l   |j  /        " -jj ���������'H-i ,vork al.  towrsi   pin\'s   j*, J;j  ^ >iiiKl (   {{j: Ik- l,ioviua--.IC.\iini'.  l-'m j;)j  ���������-i.   ,..^','<,ri ...,y. - f-,���������, ^.' M$ -Y'Vi>hiW������tt?l;itiim  1      ������������������ i ������*'���������',".'��������� J:*"','-������������������''���������' >/JV-Jv'.''^;rH*:*,"y'Ar*/**'<{S  friiv.-       ������ ���������* *''v     ,  "v "J-     *,**| -* ,-| r "\ Y \>t ' ly.*.������jTp 1/ 11* ,*\A*j J*  .   vif y )-��������� A.ih-tjy Ji.-j-'.'��������� v'i'l������iv;;*,������-,;Av_.i>'ir!������  berland, H. C; Mr. J. K i r Ic u p;  Government Ayt-nt, Nanaimo,,B. C. Mr.  J, Mahoney, (Jovernmeni Ay em, Vancouver, 15. C, And tlie Ucpiirtmera of  Public Works, Victors. M. C.  liy application to the undersif.-nc-d,  contractors may obta'-n n f.opy of lhe  plans and specification? lor the sii'm ol  len dollars (Sio), or a ln.n-k'-d cheqn������  fnr sailu; .linnuni which wiil be rtfiinded  on their return i'i j^nod orilei".  liach proposal must be accpiiip-jiied  by an ,ia.-L';jiL-il bank chciue or certificate ofcleposil* c-n' .1 charteicd bank nf  Canada, made payable to the IJoniair-  able thu Minister of Public Woi-ksjor a  mil. uiju.il 11120 i'i-i- i cm of the lentier,  which shall be I'uiie.ual if llie pany u-n-  ik-iint1 decline ic ciucr into ooiv.iacl  v\lien called upon to do so, or if he l.nl  to coiiiplete lhe woik ci.unacted for,  '1 he cheques or curtilicalcs of ik-poj.ii ol  tiiiMiccessful icndeiers will be u-uirncil  lu then upon llm cccculion of the  contract.  Tenders will not be coiiriidcir-d un!e-.s  made, out on the   forms supplied, *. 1 .��������� n*r-*{  with 1 lie actual Mi-nature of the lender-  or and   enclosed in the envelopes furn  i-.l-.--d.  The lowott or any tender not ueceisn  iiv accepted.  J. K. ('.I-JIFKITI',  Deputy Miiiisler and I'nbhc Woiks  ICii;;iliC(.i i Dup.iiliinail of I'-iblic Wuil;*,  \'i'.-luiii'., li. C, Seji',,, i-i, liji;.  scp.'J l'''\>t)  .] Gpeat Bargains ������21  Aiitosnobilfss,; Mo������  ' tor Trucks, Etc.  ��������� If you are looking for r* ��������� |  ;.���������  Real Snap  We have some who**e  values ������  will surprise you,    Every vi* I,  liicle.isof well known uiake  and iu first class order.  ��������� Don't miss this opportunity  Wriii* UcV.y <or jT.itit nlins  .t.  *  ���������1"  ���������I-  ���������  *i-  ���������LEAVE 'YOUR   ORDER  WITH,  All Work Guaranteed  Satisfactory  o������  ���������i-  ,u  .?.  J.  .1. o V  -{.^H^'*!"H-'M*'!wH-'{^'-*MM  .^uiiiiiiiiin  ���������*!!**!  Thos,, Plimley  TS7-7C5 Jobnoon Bt  VICXCHIA,       -      - B. C.  JRo ttru   S  J .'   ��������� '  g  Capital Paid Up $11,560,000.  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   |  1 DRAFTS   IStiUI3n   IN   ANY    IHMiUKNOY,   PAYAlUdil   AI.D |  I OVER   Til lfl    WOULD.                                  |  1 KIM-IOIAl". ATV1CNT10N paid to HAV.lN(iS ACCOUNTS & ii.tero.M  |  % ni. biidiem Curn-nt Itnitp nllnwe:! on Df-pos-hp of $1 nnd upward?,   f  I  oUMnEaiiAJTP, U. ������ - Br������nch, Open J������ai)y      T. 1������. C'CounoU, Mgr.  y  |        UNION ^AY, B.O, Urtx-ncii, Opon Tnily.      F. Ecswovth, Kj*r. |  % ('OUIITENAY,   'J. 0, Branch, Opon Dsilv R. 1*1  Haidwick,  Mgr        h  %]ll!lllli:i!lllllillll!lllllllllllll!llllll ll!lllllllllllillll!l!ilHllllilUtllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllHIIIII"lll!lll" !;ii!i!iiniiiiiii!iniiniiii!:itiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiniii,i^  ���������now k;  ae  'imo  7 "i'.-iii--, Wimi'-il  bn  ��������� i;; , ' liiliS ���������  .ti <i *.  ��������� '..���������!'.s.   ^ninpl-".  !' i  i'n.irs     '  ;n;n.!i-1-1  -. ;i  .tatlXltfJi  |M.WMauu������m������Minn������.ai>i>ia>������iim.rf^ra'������<'. |   IJilllllOU"*      l.,/I L lle.1 II it     Will lll.il-  |  I   \  ���������III!'  ... -..!-.,!  !���������**<���������.���������-**.������������������   ������#-���������������, #^M'<*I  s \ i !-; \  1     IHU,V   '!'l*:l\n'V I'HIM'.cil  i  ; Ju-jvii:*.,-.   bu JD'.li Suvn'.ay al'ur  " J lilliiv.  ; tn have yonr u-pairiuy done  !       ���������v inter is eoiiiinj;- ���������  i  I I do sMagling--  I Plastering, and  \ Brickwork :: at  j Reasonablo j^ates  .Salisfaeuon (iuaranh-ed.  coiiiiiK-ueiii"'al 9.30 p. iu.   'i ht.-     A Tiial Will  Ciuiviuctf You.  li  i*-b nui-iie lor llie orcasiwii.   Ad>  !".i--:-i'>:i "zc. ladii-M (ret: H--.'������ilv  1 i.  ���������nvit:i',ii,iu  is e.su-uded   lo    ail !  I 1,,    '.������,.., ���������,, ���������    ("nn   ti-'ll   If.  Grand    Bast'b'ih  Dance  A   ^rand b.',*.'..��������� bail daiic*.:   v. ii  be )uA(\  in  ilk* Jlo-fio ii.ili    on  Tins lay St'p'.einbcr i!i:-i������,    191^  mM***-i****,rT'r*,J**w<*Rtt'"*am*,a-' ���������i******^******* m^vm  (���������1  (*j  ,������)  I  (���������)  '*)  '���������J  "J*J  *���������>  >J  (���������j  ������  C'.J  for* PURE ICE CREA^  ICE C^EAIW SUNDAES  and SODAS  '     srr������" ConKi to Kind's Ic: Crwmi 1'iirlo'',  i**r*4^J"i *t*������*i*Mi*nT*Mt������ 1 ���������*������  Whero you will (/e*t lli������ HKsT ('H)ODS IN TOWN with   Howl, C'loiin S'lvkii   Ice Cream Supplivi! in Quactilcs al Cheap Prices to Balls,  Parlies, Pic Nics, clc, al a ftw hour's notice  KING'S ICE CREAM PABLOR  ������  I  w  (���������;  (���������>  (vl  6  LUMBEKLAND, B 0.    $  . 1 ���������**  fc(-*/:sX$<-^vj^ ������5)������'!>S<?>^*,)?A^.-*?>>>.d.jx������v-^^^^  ������������������������������������������������*������'������������/**'..���������-*������������������������'���������'������'*-'���������������'"*****'****'***���������*  Ijiuisiiuur Aveuiio,.  ������������������-���������������������.(--*���������������, y*������*������i4#*^v-tiiU'^1-wwdsjtw-'M *r������istw*  ^  Tv. 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