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The Cumberland News Sep 8, 1915

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Array m  ���������-   if  7V  . r *>-  &  IX'-Y:  Devoted Bscuscialty to tne Interests of Cumberjai'id and Surroundlnji District.  i  Buiuw. .iWW������mTO������TOTM'<J'.M^������mi������nwi������^M^gg������^; *  . Tuk Nkws, Twenty-Pikst Yeau  CUMBERLAND, IL C. WEDNESDAY,   SEPT. 8   :<jj5  Sr:w::-:nj'nox ;ri.on a Ykar  o * ' ' '      ,  ihoes  Ladies &���������-'Children  MM*���������Wif ������MMll������iJMi ���������  li  li.  ft.  &  'I  'loth Top Patent-O  Qg  :>lain toc.latest style 4^*^<J  0  Ladies'    loth  Vamp plain toe,latest st)  Ladies  '1 ueKicIToppitent-jfi  uban Heel, ncvy toe, price  Ladies'Blue ViciTop, gun  metal vamp,   latest  last...  Ladies' 1 & 2, button strap  of -     f,,' SPLENDID  Slippers,easy litting wearehs   -XXX������������������  ������������������Victory Follows Our Vlag'V  -������������-  Colchester, Essex,  Children s  ������������������ "Eclipse' Shoes . ���������  the  most durable, the  easiest  fitting  and moderate priced shoe.  ���������uxarmswncswrua       raunrmi.rjcw.9ir*w * . .....,���������  -���������-.;���������, ....... ���������^ -..,..���������   .^i~~.-m.mr*r.-!.-rm ,  for the little ones  W  1  & Company, Limited  Dunsmtiir Ave,, ���������' Cumberland  Aug. 2tst, 1915  Dear Harrison: ���������  1 received your, welcome letter  today;' thanks very1 much fov  wilting uie, ns I am quite lonc-'|  some here;' 1 am the only man  from H. 0, iu this place." I have  been here now over three months  ancPit will be sbme   time  before  I   am   considered  convalescent;  ='' ,, ��������� . ���������  I there is not much pain now, but  lhe arm will always be maimed.  1 will not   be able  to   move.it  from-lhe shoulder-to. the  elbow  the bone was badly'-shattered.    I  liad five wounds iu the arm, one  in the ribs and two in the should  er blade  near  the- arm.    Idiens  from Courleuav was wounded at  wasaMosimaEisaiiKBam-.  OPENING  'Millinery, Bress Groo&s, Coatings,  Misses' and Children's Coats,  Ladies' Misses' and Children's  Sweater C������ats, '  o y ^  Flannelettes, Blankets ��������� and n Comforters  ������wnr rm-mnanr-, ^xamsstsamsoKaiaasTtss  t2J5aK5,"2i!!33SK;  ,1 visited Captain Dillon in his'  Jiouie before T crossed the . ICug  lisli   Channel and   write to him  quite often; he,  of course,-has  aged some   since vou saw   him.  ��������� 'n  1 will do what I can in   Uie  way  of souvenirs as soon '.as 1 am  more able. 1 hope you wilf remember me to Billy Merrifielcl  :ind all the boys, and give  them  Reid-Mclnt.osh.  On "Wednesday morning :i vwv  pretty wedding look place ut the  Presbyterian uuuist!>, w'-en Rev. J,  Hood-joined in innrrhge, ..M.iss-A.  Mcintosh,-late matron of tlm ty.  & U. Hospital, Cumberland, and  Mr.  Peter Reid,' of   Union    Pay.  the "same "tune and we'. l^?ttt^���������>sirrrep^  respects to -yourself and family  S. S. WELLINGTON TO  ' RETURN TO COAST  . ��������� o--  I  f  );  ������'  n  Writing. Ui tho -Times ,ollicc  from Santiago, do Culm, dipt. M.  Cutler, of thefreighter WulUng-  loii, suites tlmt he hns completed  unloading Ilia ea"go at   Unit   pori  and ie proceeding to  Mow   York,  w.lmro ho expects  to   receive, or.-  dei's to proceed haek   to   Victoria  via the I'liMiuiu canal.    T^nst .Tune  tlm Wellington took   a   enrgo   ol  lumber fioin Cenoa Pay   to   iN'ew  Vork.'   Sho was then chnrio.rod to  proceed to   Newport  .News,   V'l.,  nml loud coal I'm* St.   Thomas   in  lhe Danish   'West,   Indies, . llmiice  proceeding to Sun lingo   do  Cuba.  TJiere   was. considerable sickness  uiuoiig tho crow   in   the   tropieiil  /mm, a number  bcirg  eonfined to  the hospitnl suffering  from fever,  Included in. thote   stricken   with  the disease was Hardy   Muekninii,  nm id'.Cnpr. antl   Mrs.  Puckimiti,  of thin ciiy, who roceivod word recoil ily from thn IViiish  eonsnl at.  St. ThoiniiA tlmt;   tliein bom   was  stMiulily improving,    Ou   her  rutin n piiHsa^ii to tho   I'lieifn!   if   is  probable that tho  Wellington will  Mop nt St. Tlmnuiri to pick up tlm  nieiiihei't! ol her crew   who   were  stricken, proviiiinir thoy Imvo fully rei'uvered,���������Victoria  Times,  ���������������������������������  ���������    ������������������        ,m- tm '"~'i   i  iNOnCL.  Last month's issue cf lhe Lulim-  (ia/.ette of the Uoiuinioii dcpuri.  ment of liuior Pinnnv-irizos the conl  trade of t!'e previous month in  Caiinda ns i'ollowi-':  ' Coa! iniiiitio; iu Neva Sco'ia  contiiiiied active, with a fair demand for coal. ��������� Work wus u lit-  tie broken at the Dominion  Col"  lierii s owing to a si ortago of  ci ul. ear ry ing vessels. A [lumber  of num were hiid oil" ut one of'tl.e  Sydney mines collieries, but were  not expected lo he out, of employ  nient. hnio;,  Iii the west somo"-improvement  was noticeable nl .Lethbridge ow-  iny to nn expected improvement  in the demand foi'conl with lhe  approach of fall and cooler wcntli-  er, Tlm two Cult mines were  work'.nii' ihrce days a week. Conl-  hurst and Commerce mines were  working full   timo.  At Kei'iiie conditions remained  prsicticnily the snmo as'during the  previous month. There wus a  brisk demand Irom smelters for  coke, and the euke ov.ms at Kcr  uie were busy. Al Niiiiuiiiio, the  mines in the city .ami district did  bettor during the month limn I'or  some time, but were not working  at, full capacity,  <0  Yf  TKNDKIIS will lie received up  to and including Mmiday, Septem.  her Llth, H'lB, for the deepening,  elenriug, and widening e*h-ting  ditch s. l;or fni'tiier piii'tictilars  npi.ly to K. Allen, Hapjiy Valley.  The lowest or any tender not  HC'ci-'sai'ily iiccep'*1'!.  Mr; W, L, Drury, a prominent  Victorian, died in that (illy on  Tuesday last. Mr. Drury nt one  timo represented Victoria iu the  Provincial House.  > ������&>   ii  Miss Maggio   Alcivenx.ie,   who  Iiiih bt-eii rcMding   in   Vancouver  "lor several month*   past,   arrived  Jwiue mi  Friday evening last.  Our "City Fathers" aw mil  ocoi'hurdeiied with )jtHin������n������ in  their sessions. They all manage  to bo pretty well on the job juM  tlio "aiiio. ll' tinier don't lnnk  up there will havo to bo a roil nation in their Bulariei- next yenr.  trench together, but ou . account-  of he -being able to   walk and .-I  luul-to.be carried on a stretcher,,  we got separated, and   L do   uot  know where he was.     I   was  in  three different hospitals in France  they had to move me one day at  a time, as 1 was really bad; they  did all they could, because if the  arm   had to come  off  I   would  have a very slim chance, to 'recover.    There are so many different kinds' of   shells   etc. which  the Get mans use,  I got what   is  called a high explosive,    It was  the casing 1 got wlien it exploded; three men were killed iu the  same trench,  We had been at Ypres���������which  is pronounced Re-pur���������lor some  time; there I met Hilly Holmes;  he is a dandy, as   good a man as  the Hritish Army   has got,. also  ���������lack Spiers, of Cumberland Roy  nl Hank.     We left there ihe .}th  of May aud went   tu   liiehbui'n,  about .j. miles Irom   La Jiassii" in  France,      1   have   heard    that  Grundy is dead and quite a   few  of the men ilint came from Nanaimo have been killed,    Nobody  can explain what it i.s like,  but  all the   old   soldiers   say   that  South Africa was great fun compared lo this.     Hy lhe lime you  receive this you will have read  about the great Russian defeats;  the Alii1'"' m.''.1 h*" ^,,:,i i'i ilo-' lntw  tun but  not  \at  awhile.    Tlu-  Germans were too well prepaicd.  I have iicver seen 'Goo.v and  .lv s;,vm' I-! ku'j'.v if h>- ' '���������'--���������'  left Salisbury Plains.     He  may  have beeu returned  to  Canada,  When   I  am convalescent 1 will  be sent Ut  ShorncliiTe  in   Kent,  and I expect to see all  the  boys  ~"i"00_i)i'ide~\VHS-.'U-t i i'od- in- i>0i'~ij 111"."  ,sos uniform, and wns given  awny  MiH'Niingliton.  I'YuHk Dulles, prop! ietoi-'of the  Waveriy Hotel/and his burleiider',  were liiujil i> 100 and 850 ruspec-  n'vi ly, in liu-! -police court on  Wednesday, fur selling "I.oo/.m"  ou the premises duriu������- ,nrohibif-  ed hours. -'Lnwyi:!- Harrison conducted, i he caso for the city, and  C. Darling, of* Vancouver,, for  Dallos,   '  K'.  1 will be back again as soon as'by Dr. Geo. 1-  I am in*1 good -trim. 1 intend to' She wns attended hy the groom'*  visit." a few places in Scotland  and the north of IJhigland. I  have beeu to the Tower and saw  the Crown Jewels, also Weslmin  ster.Abbey; also, I will" take a  run over (o Paris.,    - ���������      '  Yours respectfully,  '- '.P. STODDART  P. S.���������My address' No. 77370  r6th Battalion, C.35.F. Colchester Military Hospital.  30th llattaliou is no more; No.  i Company was drafted into 16th  Ballahon.  sister. The nursing stuff of the  hospital attended inu uniform,  which helped to mnko a very  pleasing scoijo.  The happy eowple le.lt by the. E,  it i\. for Victoria and Paget  Sound cities, Tlicy will reside at  Uuion Bav.  .Judge'   Iiart;er,   of   Nanaimo,  held com t here this week.  -������*���������-  OPKKATOUSCONV1NCKD  CALGAUV OILFIKI.DS  WILL PltOVK AW1NNK.11  William   McLean,'a  i'i cowio ~  live engineer in, tlie   employ   cf,  the Canadian  Collieries-, was in-'  j 11 red on Wednesday   at , No:   4  .  Mine   by   bein������      struck-  by   a-  boiier which was being   moved,  lie was taken   to   the   hospital,  bul we are.informed   i.s   nol   seriously injured.     - ���������'   'O-  MEETING OF. COUNCIL  Tho City Council mot, in regular session on Momlny evening  there being present Aldermen  Cooka, Carey, McDonald, Henderson and the M.uvor.  Communication wns received  from the secre I a ry of Overseas  Air Craft Pund acknowledging  tlm receipt of $10 toward lho  fund.  Communication from secretary  of Comox Agricultural and Industrial Association asking for a  donation I'or cmiiiiig exhibition.  The clerk was iustnmted lo  writo secrotury that city was not  in a position to grant,  request.  Constable Ward reported lho  following .'illeetioiis: -Doo;  Tux.  n  $2.00;     Police    Court,    7iil 50;  Scales, 2oc.  Total dog   ta.Ni's   collected    for  lil 13, $'.12.00,    Number of  d  ,,. . . i 00  fc.S.it\J .  Aci'.-iiiutf;    il.   ^1.   t-.-.iu'")���������  $^.00; C   II.    Tarhell    vV  L10,  .Son,  "Althoiigl: very little linn appeared in tlio newspapers lately  concerning tlm Calgary oil fields,  development h< proceeding steadily and the operators iiitmehlcd  are convinced thai, it will yet  prove one of Ihn   bio-emst,   nu   the  I r*n (,  continent. It lakes time t" develop an oil distriel. Thirty wells  were sunk in California before the  lirst, comnmre.i.il find was mndo  and lhe indications in the Culil'or.  nia fiehl were in.it as' fav.e'alde in  tlm early stng^s as tlmsi* of \\n->  iNlhiM'ta Held. I'duck oil has heen  stlliek in scvm-nl of lho Wnlls, but  Honolulu been found yoi in large  commercial ipiautiiies.'1  The   foregoing  hliilenmril.   was  Hindu ti������ a Sun reporter yesterday  by waller L. Kline, n \.n*   Angel,  es oil man. who ha*   been  promi  niMiily ideutifu"! willi   the   development   <>f  Calgary   "ii   properties.    Ilo ir- mi his wuy   io  Snir  Prnncir-eo and I, is A ngcles,  ���������     "The Southern Alberta   i*    tin  jouly well    that   has   mude    what  j liljoht   lm    lelllied    a   1 o.i.nieicuii  -���������howing, "I'oiitinui'd MrKiine.''!  U-,'lii'V,������ (hai it will tio'ii  out to In-  MOUIC WORK P'GR TH1.C  CUMBERLAND M-iNKS  Victoria, Sept. 7.���������One of  the laij.;esC. fuel, coutiacts ever  made ou the coa^i is understood  to have been just signed up between lhe Gianby Consolidated  Mining Co. and ibe Canadian  Coilu-vicv I.iniiu-d I'or the supply  'of coke-to I'.iV suiel'er al Auyox.  The .'inelier   i.s   one   of   lhe  largest plants    in   Uie   country  nud   the    n-qiiireiuents   of   tk-c  (Iraiiby Con pany   now   steadily  o 1 owing aie Muled to be at pres"  cut a!'out t'oiir   thousand   tons 11-  mouth.    The new contract   has  be 111 uVuie for a   jnfi(id   ol   live,  ye.-us and i's supply will mean a  bio iiieie.-i.-ie-in  tin*   output from  tin; Cumberland mines.��������� Niur.it-  Hi-i.,1.!.  Dunkirk, Sepa, 7,���������A l.!iiii>h  ,-ipiadinu bijiub.uilni all po.sili"  oil-; ulnm..', lhe Bel^i: 11 coast as  t,u as Oslesi'l this uinniitm.  . *>���������  1)1  l������  Work is   a   bit   slack    in    the  mines tiiir- wvek.  ���������,.    .,        ,, .  , ,ia prodiic.'r   mid   co   i'iicuiirngu>|:  llm Conned umit into coiiiinit-j    1  _(      ,    ,,(,  t        (    v) .   r (',  tee of tlm  whole   011    lho   Street.-  "'   '"     * ','    'V  '" .|ei'ir-ij  is  ,.   ,     , oilier   well*   thai    11   movement 1  Triilhc l.y-Law.  Tliii"- elided the sc>-:-ioii   of    the  Council.  VVomens,   Patriotic Society  The di'aiii    look    place   on   hml,  Siiml:i\ eieiiiug ������������������!  M1 *.  I''iicliii'tia,  /'iiioiii,  nged t'i(l  yciii'r-.     Tiie  dw-  rill \ l\ nl   or     mi'   111J.���������' ���������  before tlicy depart,    (hie   thing [Tag D.iv CoLf'-ii  is sure, who ever  'o-.-s theie eiih  er jjcts wounded or killui.  'Ot  1    already vi-p.'ited  I h-iiui r.i I-l..mi   ���������  1  backed   by    res[)oii!-ihle   hioiiu'M  men is under wny f >r   the    i-.tnh  llhhmeiil of a reliiierv nt   Cniyair,  -The .- .11.  'oaiiil,   Mr,   I.oui.-- /.'iiioiii o|    thi-i  Pete,  i citV  alio  n!.������o      i'lie     Mih,  ������5  'Ol  Tlm Vinn.r ol   Cuml't-rkmi   "iii  conduct Diwm*  t-'uviec  al lb" li-  | w ho I'iti-merly re-M'ird  here,  T'--       ' 'Hicj-ril     look      lihiee     "ll  t  I i\   .i'!i';'!'-iiiiii   for    iiiteiineiit.  ���������   -  r',.--, ,.', 1 ������������������'��������� .'lie  c mot\M'V  f .,  1 .Me i-   NL iic!������.-   ollici.  1  -.JMiiutioiJiil   Ch.irch,   Union   li.iy. "i lg:  S? -i'i  o' iic.xl Suiid.iv at 11 a. U) ii    ,      o  ���������An  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  '���������*������  Conquers Worlds of Pain  In Distemper  For Brood  Mares  Influenza  Stallions  Eplzootio  Colts           ������������������  Pink Eya  Race Horses  Shipping Fever  Work Horses  AH Druggists  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO., Goshen, Ind.,  U.S.A.  ft!   *������Wi ��������� I  1! $200.00incash  AND 100 VALUABLE PREMIUMS GIVEN AWAY!  , 1st PRIZE, $50.00 in Cash 3rd PRIZE $33.00 in Cash  2nd PRIZE, $40.00 in Cash 4th PRIZE $25.00 in Cash  Sth to 9th PRIZES, each $10.00 in Cash.  WAR.RJ������B ..  ~7YY^yHY?rm  y^i\.'t i *i&  $. Tli������! Above picture shows n Torpedo Boat Destroyer tnrf nn Aeroplnn*. The Afroptnne betontn  9 lo Ar. enemy. Il hai iml dropped a liomti on ilie deck of tho war vowl. Some ot the crew  3 have been knocked down by lli������ shock, and somo have jumped into the v atr-r In nn endeavour  ff to tave themselves by celling aboard other boats that are near by. Can you Iind the (ac.es ot tbe  fl fourteen men In llils picture? Some will be easily found, others are harder to discern, but by  ������ patience you can probably (Ind most o( Ihem. \ ou may win a cash prize by dolntr so., ." 'any  j! have done this. If you find llie faces made each one wills an X ; cut out the picture and send ft  li to us toj.'elher with a slip of paper on whicli you have written the words, "I have found.all (lie  il faced nnd marked tliem." Write these nine words plainly and neatly as In canes of ties both  " writing and neatness will bo considered factors In this coolest..  This may take up n little of your time but ns there is $200.00 In cash nnd One Hundred  Premiums Riven away, il U worth your while to take ii little trouble over this mutter.  Wa do not ask you to tpend One Cent of your Monty in order to enter thit Conteit.  Send your answer at once; we will reply by return mail laylnc whether you ������re correct or  not end will send vou a complete prize list together with the names and addresses of the persons  who have recently received over $2,000.00 in cash priies from us, and will nlso send full  particulars of a simile condition that must be fulfilled in order that you mny qualify In tbis  contest.   (This condition docs not involve the spending of nny of your money.)  Winner* of cash prizes in our late competitions will not be allowed to enter thil one.  This Competition will lie judged by two well known business men of undoubted Integrity  1 who have no connection with Ihis Company.   Their decisions must be accepted as final.  f !endiirectrtS-HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTY CO'Y. Deft.    W    MONTREAL.  mtnmi^m*Htitmmu0ai*mm*~ana*mmt^r*at*t-tfatrm--at-*ra*iam  Support Great Britain  No Sympathy For Turkey North of  tho Lcbanons  That the Sultan of Turkey haa  not carried his subjectB with him, in  going over to the side of Germany  in tho war may be judged from an  incident which occurred in the old  cathedral of Quebec at thevrecent  consecration of.Bishop Williams.  The Syrian Archbhmop of Baal-  beck, in the Orinodox Cathollo Patriarchate of Antioch, oho of tho four  great divisions of the ancient Christian church, attended with his chaplains in his magnificent official vestments.  Immediately after tho act of consecration, His Grace lntonod In Greek  a special prayer, of which tho following is a translation:  "Have mercy on us 0 God aftor Thy  great morcy hear (us) and havo  mercy (upon us J. Morovcr wo pray  for tno Christ-loving King George thu  Fifth, all his Court and his Army.  Moroovor, wo pray for tho bond-servant of God, Lennox tho bishop.  Moroovor, wo pray for the Archbishop, Priests anil all the Christ-loving peoplo.    For thou art a merciful  Rebirth of an Empire  Great Britain Present* a Lesson to  the World In Empire Building  Of all the facta that the European  war has disclosed none Is more remarkable than, the solidarity of the  British empire, Except for the slight  disaffection of a few Irreconcilable  Iioers ln South Africa there has been  not only an enthusiastlo but a practical loyalty on the part of all the  dominions, colonies, dependencies and  protectorates. In tho very hour when  a widesproad insurgency might have  won an easy independence the wide-  scattered units of the empire have  manifested a sacrificial devotion to  tho little island that lords It over half  the1 world.  Predictions of Interested foes have  boon quickly falsified. Even. Egypt,  almost tho youngest and qulto the  strangest of Britannia's wards, hfis  remained steadfast ln the face of the  Turkish expedition. The explanation  given by Egypt applies equally to  othor parts of tho empire���������England  has been fair .and sincere in all of  hor relationships; tho country has  not been exploited on behalf of the  suzerain, but developed for the benefit  and loving God, and to Theo' we as-lot tho native; British officialdom has  cribo tho glory, to the Fathor and to  Knftn 1,,nf anA "nnirinrntn.  tho Son, and to the Holy Spirit now  and ever and to all eternity. Save, 0  Lord  Thy  peoplo  rnd    bless   Thlno  heritage,   granting  victory    to  King  George*., the Fifth over tho barbarians  and guarding through Thy ���������cro3B Thy  commonwealth." <>  Farm Lubricants  THE Imperial Oil Company,  Limited, manufactures at iti  refineries at Sarnia and Vancouver.  a complete line of lubricants, prepared to meet the requirements of  the Canadian Farmer.   Standard-Gas=Engine=Oil,=Prairie   Harvester Oil, Capitol Cylinder  Oil, Thresher Hard Oil, Eldorado  Castor Oil and Arctic Cup Greaso  are brands which have been supplied to Canadian farmers for years.  They are known to be absolutely  reliable lubricants; each carefully  manufactured to meet particular  requirements.  Ask for our lubricating oils in steel  barrels equipped with faucets���������the  clean,economical method of hand*   ;  ling oils on the farm.  Branch Station! Throughout th* Dominion  THE IMPERIAL  OIL  COMPANY  Limited  TOO MANY CHILDREN  or* under-ttize, under-weight  with pinched faces and poor blood; they  do not complain but appetite lags, they  have no ambition and do not progress,  ' ...Such children need the rich medicinal  uonrUhment in Scotl't Emaltion above  everything else; its pure cod liver oil contains nature's own blood-forming, flesh-  bnilding fats which quickly show in rosy  cheeks, better appetita, firm flesh and.  sturdy frames.  If your children are languid, tired  when rising catch cold easily or find  their studies difficult, give them Scoff's  Emulsion} it supplies the very food elements that their systems lack.  Scott't^Emulsion contains no harmful  drugs and is so good for growing children  it's a'pity to keep it from them.  14-47      Scott & Bowne. Toronto. OnUrt*.  Farming  We are interested in the fanning  operations of this county' lor the'vory  important reason that not only. our  success, but that of every business  man,' largely depends upon the success of the farmers. .  ���������^V/ell-to-do-'armeiB-niean-a-prosper--  ous community.  The boy of today Is the man of tomorrow. All parents should lend  their enthusiastic encouragement and  support to the boys In this movement.  been just and considerate  Never before in the history of kingdoms lias an empire hold together under such a strain by tho froo volition  of Us own units. And thla loyalty  will doubtless give & concrete realization of the dream of many statesmen  during tho last half century; an Imperial parliament in London, with all  parts of the empire represented to  legislate and administer on behalf of  the whole. Great Britain then will  be a democratized union of free  Btatos somewaht Blmllar to tho  United States of America. If this is  brought to pass.-as a recognition and  reward of loyalty lt will,, mark the  most radical step in government that  history.has ever recorded. And it will  bo the greatest factor In the world  reorganization ��������� that Is certain to follow tho ; war.���������Philadelphia Public  Ledger.    ',  Made In  Canads.  To Utilize Spirits as Combustiles  Tho Russian ministry of nnance is  organizing a competition with  prizes running up :o $15,000 for rendering methylated spirits and similar  harmful beverages absolutely un-  drinkable.  Prizes of $37,500 are offered for  new or improved methods of utilizing  spirits as combustlblc3.  These awards with other prizes  proposed aggregate $300,000.  An Exceptional Case  Sho had rlsim Bovural Union to let  & gentleman  pauu out  bctwoon  tho  ������.ClH.  "I am very sorry lo disturb you,  Madam,'* he remiulcofl apologetically,  fcs hfl wont out. tlm fourth llmo.  "Oh, don't iiioiiiioii ll," hIio replied,  ploiiHiiiitly, "1 mu most hupiiy to  oblige you; my hiiftliiiud keeps tho  refreshment bm'."  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  "All Uio fooln urn not dead yot,"  JdW tho HiiiTiiKlic man.  "Wliat'ti the nmttijr with you?"  ���������flkod tho simple ono, "Anm't you  foulloc woll?"  t havo R������nt a girl $Kt> worth of flow-  tra In tho liifit throo mouths."  Anything como of It?  Yob;  tho bill.  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Oil out cathartic* and purfitivM,  Tbflr u*  IrvUUIurtli-iianrttiiiry. T17  CARTER'S LITTLE  UVER PILLS  ���������wt'j"ri--������t������V'������ Aft  ftatlf oa thi U-tr,  ���������HnfaaltUI*,!**  naaiitatUttlm  ���������alanamWaa*  ���������IOmIotnI  CartCtm  I<3nimiiAi tad Imllnitim, ai millhm hum.  IttmW PUL Small Doia, Small Price������  Genuine nu* but Signature  mm  iTTLs  IVER  PILL!,  Wheat to Great Britain  Canadian Wheat Shipped In 1914 Exceeded the Record  Tlio trade und commorco dopartmont roporta tlmt Uunuda last year  sent moro whom tliun over boforo to  Grout llritaln and mor3 than any  othor cou.ilry except the United  Sliites, Tho total arrivals of Caniul-  Ian whmit In lirllaln during 1014 wiib  31,457,000 cwt., an eompiuud with 21,-  .787,900 cwt, In lfilH. The United  ribtiiH sent 8-1,211,210 cwt. Unit your  out of a total of 10:1,91-1,503 cwt, imported by Grout Uiitain. Most of tlio  other oxportB of Canii'.lln.i njrlciil-  turul producti) to Great llritaln laat  yenr, howovgr, Bhowod a slight falling off. Tho oxportB of cluoso won  1,107,778 cwt. ns compared with 1,-  294,708 cwt. In 1913; of flour 3,237,033  cwt. ub compared with 4,108,ri0!l cwt.  in 1913; of outB, 1,158,200 cwt, as com-  pared with 2,238,000 cwt. tu 1013.  Impurities cf the Blood Counteract-  ed.���������impurities in the blood como  from dofoiStB ln> tlio action of lho  livor. 'limy are ruveaiuii oy pimplea  iuul unsightly blotches on the shin.  Thoy must' bo trontod Inwardly, and  for this ��������� purposo thoro is no moro effective compound to be used than  Parmoloo'H Vegetable Pills. Thoy net  directly on tho liver ana by Hotting  u',) hca!i}:y ^reeeiuea bai'* a'bonefle-  iul offset upon tlio blood, 00 Uiat impurities aro eliminated,  Tho British naval gunner Is a good  shot, and Knows it. hi ono of tho recent battles a Dritish ..warsu'P' was  about to engage a ship of the enemy,  when an officer, pointing to lho tar-  got, said to tho petty officer ln charge  of the gun:  "You see that man on the brjdgo.  Well, I want you to hit him iu' tho  eye."  Liolc a flash camo tho reply: "Aye,  aye, sir. Which eye?"���������Canadian  Military Gazctto.  -������������������������������������       ���������       11  i   in m  lie���������I didn't know it was bo lato.  Aro you sure that clock Is going?  Feminine voico from above���������It's go-  ing a wholo lot faBter than you aro,  youug man.  May Be Tea or Coffee  That Causes all the Trouble  From the Land of Evangeline  A hundred and sixty years ago  Evangeline, daughter of Benedict  Bellefontalne, set out from the'ruins  of Grand Pre ��������� on her wandering  search across this continent for Gabriel Lajeunesse,  Bleeding, barefooted, over the  shards and thorns of existence,  going West till she came to a Mission  at the base of the Ozark' Mountains,  where for a time she found rest. Today another young lady from , Noya  Scotia, who-fornix months will represent Evangeline in the C.P.R. Pavilion  at the San Francisco Exposition," is  travelling West, on the Imperial Limited to the Land of Missions under  very different circumstances. With  her.Norman Cap and her kirtle of  homespun she will spin at her old-  fashioned distaff and remind'the way-  Jar,ers_,at_theJLiaciflc_C6as_t_ol_he_r_.own,  beautiful Acadian country on . the  shores of the Atlan^.c. But instead of  Longfellow she has a bright, cheery  up-to-date Canadian optimism and  boosts for Grand Pre aud Nova Scotia.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  THE HOME DOCTOR  ��������� No home where thero aro little ones  should be without a box of Baby's  Own Tablets, They cure all the minor ills of babyhood and their prompt  use when baby is ailing will save the  :aother m.���������ny auxious moments and  the baby much pain. Concerning them  Mrs. Paul Nemou, Tugaske, Sask.,  writes: "Wo consider Baby's Own  Tablets as good as' a doctor in tlie  house and every time our little one is  ailing thoy soon set him right again."  The Tablets aro sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box from  Tho Dr. Williams' Medicino Co.,  Brockvillo, Ont.  MiiwwiyLiwiiiiiiiPiw  W. N. U, 1044  Plrnt Medio���������Drown had an accident  yesterday.  Second Medic���������How was that?  First Modic���������Ho foil for a girl In  Hoiii.U'.W'h and broko a bone paying  for hor dope.  An American travelling man was  boing ahown ar-ur l by an English  guide.  "In this room iir,** said the tuMe,  "is where Wellington reoalfU tU  flrit eommlBMlon."*  ���������*IniJn*<t." ������ftlri the 4rnmit.������r, "and  how much oommlaakai 414 kJ gatr  When tho houso is afire, it's about  the samo as when diseaso begins lo  show, it's no timo to talk but timo  to act���������delay Is dangerous���������rcmuvo  tlio causo of tlio troublo at onco,  "For a numbor of ycini," wrote a  wcBtorn lady, "1 felt suro1 ihnl coffeo  wiih hurting mo. ami yot I was so  foud of lt, 1 comd not glvo lt up, At  lust I got bo bad tliat I mado up my  mind I nu'.Bi olthoi <iuit tho uso of,  colToo or do,  (Tea iu Just as Injurous an coffoo  becuiiBo it, too, contnliih tho health-  destroying drug, caffolno).  "Evurylliiiit, I ato di������lrosHod me,  and I Buffered s.ivoroly moot of tho  timo with . nlpltatlon of tho heart. I  frequently woko up in tho night with  tlio fool Int, that 1 was ulmoit gono���������  my '.'cart soonnil uo smothorod and  woak lu its action, My breath grow  short and tho least oxortlou sot mo  panting, I slept but littlo and-suffered from rhoum-tlsru,  "Two yours ago I utoppod using the  coffeo and bogau to uso Postum and  from the vor;' flrct 1 bogan to Improve, It worked a mlraclol Now  1 cun ti'ul i.uyAdiiii nuA A'.ihA It w!limit, trouble. I HliHp llko a baby, nud  my hoart boats Btrong und rogularly,  My breathltiB has becomo Bteady and  normal, and my rheumatism has left  mo. -��������� ���������  "I fool l'ke another person, and it  In nil dun to nutttlng coffe������ nnd using Postum, for 1 haven't used any  modlclno and nono would havo dono  any good as long nn I kept drugging  with coffeo." Namo Klvun by Canadian Postum Co.,- Windsor, Ont.  Rond "Tho Hoad t Wollvllle," ln  pkgs.  PflHtiim comet tn two forms:  Regular Postum���������must bo well  boiled,    lfio    nd  2fic packages.  Instant Postum���������Ib a BOluhln powder. A tcaspoonful dissolves quickly  in a cup of hot water, and, with  cream and sugar, makoi a delicious  beverage Instantly.   80c and BOc tins.  Both kinds are equally dollcioun,  and cost per cup about the same.  "There's a tteahon   tor Postum,  ���������-#ol4 by Orocera.  Works In the Garden Now  Grown old in tho service ot his  master and mistress, Junius waB a  privileged retainer.  He was waiting at table one day  when a gueBt asked for a fish fork.  Strangely enough tho requost was  ignored.  Thon tho hostess notlcod tho episode, and remarked in a most peremptory manner:  ,  "James, Mrs. Jones hasn't any flsh  fork.   Got hor ono tt once I"  "Madam," camo tho emphatic reply, "lust timo Mrs. Jonoa dinod horo  wo loBt a Ibh fork,"  JamoB has now boon rolcgatod to  tho garden,  A young lndy who lisped very badly  was treated by a spocliilist, nnd aftor  diligent practice and tho expenditure  of some monoy learned to say: "Sis-  tor SubIo's Sowing Shirts for Soldiers."  Sho ropoatod lt to her frlonds nt a  prlvnto rohoiirsal and was congratulated upon hor masterly performance.  "Yoth" Bho Bald dubiously,."hut It  Ith tlmth an octhouiilngly difficult remark to work Into a convorthatlilon���������  othopthlally whon you conthldor that  I havo no thither Thutliio."  Clothes Made  From Paper  No Washing, Just Burn When Soiled,  \ and Save Laundry Bills  Paper disnes of ovory kind and  paper underclothing were very seriously proposed as the next auvauce  step of sanitation among civilized  peoples, by a noted hyglonlsl before  the congress of sanitation. Substitute  the lire for the wash tub in every  possible particular of life, was his  demand; and, to show that such substitution was possible now in a great  many details, he had������ obtained and he  exhibited a great quantity of samples  of paper goods.  He quoted the results of an Investigation which showed that cups,  plate3, bowls and , other tableware,  taken as samples "in hotels nnd  homes, bad been found to be infected  with dangerous germs, even when  they were supposed to have . been  thoroughly washed. And he told of  hospitals that .havo adopted the precaution of giving all the dishes ��������� an  extra batb. in a strong antiseptic mixture. "" .     '  Accordingly he suggested that, the  doctors attending the-congress Bhould  advocate the ' gen >raL use of paper  plates; cups, saucers, and bowls, and  paper serving dishes; so .that after  each meal most of tho . tableware  could be burned, .leaving only a  small number of dislns and the silverware to be boiled before they were  again used. s Paper linings could-be  ������used .in indispensable china/dishes.  The most novel bf- his sanitation  ideas was that underclothing should  be made of paper and destroyed after  it had been used-once. Paper underclothing is entirely practicable now,  and would not be much more expen-  'Sive-than-ordinapy���������cot-ton���������under-wear-  at current laundry rates, an i perhaps  as cheap as linen clotuiz^. ���������  -. -  Paper yam Is new, yet it Is beginning to be heard from in inany textile lines. Some kinds are almost  as stout as ordinary textiles and. are  made to withstand, laundering. For  paper ' underclothing, however, a  cheap grade of paper yarn would be  satisfactory,'yarn having only a small  proportion of the tensile strength of  cotton or linen. As each garment  would, bo burned after it had become  soiled' there would be no occasion to  uso yarn adapted for hard wear. At  tho same timo it would easily bo possible to mako up paper yarns that  would be as smooth and absorbent as  cotton or lino:..  Underclothing woven, from such  yarn would be as comfortable as  could be defilrod. Tho hygionist estimated that tho low cost of such a  paper garment, with tho complete  saving of laundering costs, ought to  mako tho use of paper clothes for one  wearing not an extravagance.���������Tit-  Bits.  'Kultur' and Red Cross  Attempt    Made    to Torpedo  British  Hospital Ship  Yot another example of German  "Kultur" is forthcoming iu un attempt  on tho part of un enemy submarine  to torpedo the British hospital ship  Asturius. Two torpedoes wore ��������� fired,  but both of thom missed thoir mark.  Hospital ships not only ily the lied,  Cross' Hag, but large red crosses,  plainly discernible, are painted bn ���������  tlieir hulls. It is hardly necessary to  point out that this attack ii lu direct '  dellanco of the rules laid down by  Tho Hague convenion of 1907."  A further ctep in the German campaign to intimidate Great. Britain is1  marked by an official announcement  made in Berlin. The statemeut, whicn  emanates from thj Germi.n admiralty,  is a frank and open confession ���������' i  ruthlessness, and is couched in a  spirit of bravado somewhat unusual  in documents of tho kind. It says:  "England is about to ship, to Franca .  a large number of troops and a greater quantity of war material.,We shall  act against these transports witn all .  the military meant at our disposal.  Peaceful shipping Is urgently warned'  against approaching the North and  West. coasts of France 0 -ving to tha  serious danger it 'incurs by doing so.  as it may be confused w'th ships  serving warlike purposes. Ships trading to North Sea ports are . recommended to tako the * route round  Scotland.- (Signed) Von Behnko."  The Kreuz Zieiung" discusses in aa .  article tho torpedoing of British merchant  vessels  in  the  Channel  by ������-  German submarine, and says: "If the"  two English merchant ships off Havre  of which the communique speaks have  been really torpedoed by our submarines without previous warning, it is  doubtless because the submarines had  reason   for   such' action,  and    wer������������  either  threatened   by  the   merchant ~  .yessels themselves or found in close.  proximity  to  hostile  warship".  England and France cannot claim  from.  lis in all circumstances and without  oxctption  the  benevolent   treatment  which we have hitherto accorded to  merchant, ships at sea."  'Tie a * Marvellous Thing.���������Whon  tho cures offected by Dr. Thomas' Be  lotrlc Oil nro considered, tho Bpeody  and pormnnent relief it has brought  to tho suffering wherever It has boan  used, it must bo regarded as a mar-  vollous thing that so potent a medicine should result from the six in-  grodlonts which enter into its composition, A trial will convlnco tlio  most floptical 1/ .'-. hoallng virtues.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 yrs,  old, was thrown from u Bloigh iuul  injured her olbow bo badly it remained ttiff and vory painful for threo  years. Four bottles of MTNAHD'S  LINIMENT completely cured hor and  she has, not been troublod for two  years.  Yours truly,  J.   13.  LIVKBQUm  St, Josoph P.O., 18th Aug., 1000.  He's Back at Work  Strong and Hearty  ONE   MORE   SPLENDID   CURE  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  BY  Paper Frcm Cornetalka  Good paper is now boing made  from cornstalks. This tnft-i tho four  of B^mo of tho neighbors that whon  all the forests wero turned into paper  the production of novols would be sor  Lectures on Farm Topics  , The Fai-mora' Wool; at '.ho Manitoba Agricultural College proved a  grout uuccobb, the luctuies being -all  of 11 high character, u������il al] on Important subjects bearing on funning.  Thu malo box wort not lu evidence  numerically, but this was partly  made ul> by tbo keen interest displayed.  10, Ward Jones, profoBBor of animal  hiiHbanilijy, in rnspoiuie lo many and  oxleiiBlvo inquiries from Manitoba  farmers In viuw of lho high prlcos  which aro boing realized for oats of  all grades at tlio present Mmo, gavo  a lucll Illustrated explanation of tho  values of oach food gonornlly used on  tho farm, Alfalfa and foddor corn, In  his opinion, should bo on ovory farm,  F. O. Churchill, U.S.A., locturlng  on practical noil probloniH, emphasized among othor subjects tho Importance or crop rotation and good drainage principles,  TVurt"!  p.?" dlnflrjurnrnonffi frint  Ala.  appear whon troutod with Holioway's  Coru Curo.  Quebec Man Who Suffered for a Lon������  Time From Kidney Disease Finds  a Complete Curo  Allen's Mills, Fortuout' Co., Que.���������  (Special)���������Another splendid cure by,  Doild'B Klduoy Pills is that ot Mien-  acl Uauthlur, a well known reskteui of  this.pluco, Mr. Gautlilor wus for a  long lime u sufferer with a pain in  his head cuusod\ by kidney disease,  and at length got no bud tliat he had  to quit Vork. Dodd's Kidney PillB  cured him. Mo is back al work,  strong and hearty, and naturally he  fools Hint he wants ull who suffer  from kidney .diso: bo to kuow that  they cau llnd a cure lu Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  For Dodd'a Kidney Pllla not only  cure tho pulu or ajho that Is causing  tho most (listroBa, thoy put tho kid-  noys in good working order and all  the Impurities ard poisone are  strained out of tbo blood. The rosult  is that now strength, is curried to  ovory part of tlio body. That's why  so many sufferers cured by Dodd'a  Kidney lMllu aum up tholr condition*  "1 feol llko a now man." N nv energy  is new life, You can't have it witn  sick kidneys. With healthy kldnoyi  you must have it. Dodd's Klduoy  Fills mako honlUi,,  kidneys,  An Aristocrat'   War  Dr. Otto Snttlor, socrotnry of tho  . ,���������,.,, .    .     ��������� ��������� ��������� 1 Gorman Association of Culture, In an  tously  curtallod  for want of cheap   address dellvorod nt New \ork. said  To Lend a Hand  Tbo mealiest man, ami mo farmer1*  groiiiost onouiy Is his uo-uallod Llend  wlio fiittotui on the keeping alive of  the farmer's prejudice huto nnd distrust. Thp farmor has too long boon  eofiHldoruil In u elans uptrt, The successful farmer Is ..already a buslnost  man and ho should unite, with all  othur business men to lo-)!: uftor the  problems of liis community; The line  between town and country must be  wiped out���������Tho County Agent.  Sir Goorgo E. Foster's "Apple Canv  pnlgn" furniHhoil a striking example  of tho possibilities of government advertising, Applo growers wor>-la a  quiuulry bfcnuso tlio war had destroyed tholr mnrkot, But as a rosult ot  FUr George's campaign, a humpnre.rne  was disposed of moro expeditiously  L\'ft������ crcr botow. .1Jj\ Uum,'JJ'i- "Patriotism and Production" campaign lt  llkoly to bo equally oftoctlvo.���������Toronto Star,  print papers. Others were ahiraiod  lest with' no materials for paper after  tho pulping of tho forests education  would get lost in a tangle of high  costs of boolc jroductlon. But thoso  foars vanish with the utilization of  cornstalks���������and they'll probably vanish somo more whon still othor materials aro employed.���������Dotrolt Freo  Press.  Btrange. aald tht first tramp meditatively, how few of our youthful  dreams evor come true!  Oh, I dunno said his oompanlon; I  romombor I used to dream wsarin'  long pants, and now 1 guess I wear  'om Ionc������r than anyone *it* ia the  ���������ounUry.  "I nm ~n uorxnnn. J received In Germany tho boat training whk'.i Kulturo  can give, but I am against this war  becauso tho war was novor wanted by  tbo common pooplo,"  Dr. Sattlnr raid that tho war had  beon'.brought on by the military  clique In Gormany and tho common  people hml been compelled to fight  at tho bidding of lho aristocracy.  The worried countenance of the  bridegroom disturbed the best man.  Tiptoeing up tho aisle, ho whispered:  "What's the matter, Jack? Hae ye  lost tho ring?"  -No." blurted the unhappy Jack,  "the rfng*n ent* r>no.' Dut, mon, I've  loat ma enthusiasm,"  ^emem!)D@r  It Is wise to c������t rli quickly of  ailments of tho organs of digestion���������of lioadacho, languor, de*  pron.ilon of spirit-!���������tho troublo*  tor which Uio best corrective  Is  pl������L  S  XltlAWrt&itKifAitittMMattti tin nVrAi  SoUErwrvlw* bkiM,SS������Ml( fe  k  L"'i  B.  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  St  J  .(,.'-  Jhe Syrup of  a HundfQd  Uses  Of course, "Crown Brand" Js yonr,  favorite Table Syrup.   Of course,  you enjoy its delicious, appetizing  flavor with Bread, Pancakes and  /lot Biscuits.  But what about "Crown Brand" ia  the kitchen ?   Do you use  EDWARDSBORG  "CROWN*  It AND'  mw&  for Gingerbread, Cookies, Cakes, Pies and Sweet  Sauces for all kinds of Puddings ?  Do you always use it for Candy-making? 0  Try it in all these ways.   You'll find "Crown  Brand" Corn Syrup handy, convenient, economical, dependable, good.  "LILY WHITE" Is just what Its name implies���������a cleat  corn syrup���������more delicate in flavor than "Crown Brand",  that is equally good for the table and for candy-making,  ASK YOUR QROCER-IN 2, 6, 10 ANO 20 POUND TINS.  The Canada Starch Co. Limited, Montreal;  BRUGE'S  SEEDS  SPECIAL COLLECTIONS  (Prices Prepeid)"  Brnce's Collection Floral Gems, 1 pkt.  each 6 varieties, Fine Annuals, each separate,  ninny colors, for 85c.  Brnce's' Peerless Collection Tall Nnstnrtlnirn,  1 pkt. each of 6 finest varieties, separate colors, for Hoc.  Brtice'a Royal Noacicny Collection Svreet Peas.  1 pkt. each C superb sorts, separate colors, for 25c.  Bruce'a Peer]em Collection Dwarf Nasturtium*, 1 pkt. each of 0 finest  sorts, separate colors, for 25c.   ��������� '  Brnce's Empire. Collection Asters, 1 pkt. each of 4 magnificent varieties,  separate, nil colors, for 155c.  Brace's "A",Vegetable Collection, 8 pkts. different varieties, our selection, for 2oc. ,  Brn.c'a "JB" Vegetable Collection, 12 pkts, different varieties, bur selee-  ���������  tion, for 50c.  Brnce's "C" Vegetable Collection, 11 pkts. different rarieties and K-lb.  each, Beans, Corn and Peas, our selection, for 75o.  PRE l_ "ur handsomely lUiiatratcd lli-p������r������ catiloKne of VnreUMo, Farm nnd Flower Seedt,  ���������   Ukk.      l'lants, Bulbs, l'oultry BuppUei, 0������rdca Implements, etc, for 1015.   Send for It  Inhn A   RnirA Ur Ct\    I fd    Hamilton/Ontario  at Villi *\, DTUCC OC yO., JLlU.  Established Sixty-five years.  ���������������-  WoWsi7S7ifi/::,  m&m*m<wY  ^3������y  Vg^BSS^^Sl  SOUND legs pull big loads.. No riorse with ft Spuyln, Splint, Curb, Ringbone;  Ilony Growth or Sprain, can do itself justice, .'thousands of horsemen hnva  .-.been''keeping their horses sound by using Kendall's Spavin Cure���������the old  . reliable, Bare remedy. Mr. I'dmund IJ. Ilnrrlson, Itifioldsby, Out., writes���������"I havs  cured two spavins with vour Spavin Cure and nm at present using it on ft Umt  hone.  The swelling Ib disappearing���������nlito that lameness,"  KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE  acts quickly, leaves no scars or blemishes, snd costs little.1 ft. bottle-.  6 fur $5.  Get our valuable book���������"Treatise on the horse"���������free ���������tyour  ist or write us 00  druggist or write us  Dr, D. J. KENDALL CO.,  ENOSBURG FALLS, VERMONT, U&A,  Refused to "Drown"  Cartridges Fired. Readily After Being  Immersed   For   Many   Months  After a hard struggle with a head  wind and a mountuiri-high sea, which  tossed her about for many long hours,  the.good ship "Grampus"���������a schoorfer  out of Galveston for Tampico���������foundered off the Texas',coast <-bout nine  months ago. . ,  The crew of tLe "Grampus" made a  Hero Sported with Death  Chaffed While Wounded, He Smiled,  Then Died  He smiled, then died. The horo was  a French soldier who sported with  death. An account of this Govroche  of tho trenches haa been sent home  from the front by a coldier who was  fighting beside a man whoso name he  did not know, but who displayed heroism of-a strange kind,   chafing tho  good fight. No real sailor will give up I Germans on their bad/aim, though he  his ship to Davy Jones' locker without  resisting to the,limit of human endurance. Nevertheless, tho "Grampus"  had to to on the rocks. Her crew got  ashore safely, but in the hold of the  old craft much treasure was desert  ed. Part of the cargo consisted of  rlllo ammunition. There were metallio  cartridges mado by several American  iirms and all of theso cartrlJges went  was wounded no fewer, than, five  times. The bullets were whistling  about the ears of the French soldlorsv  the shrap_els covering them witn  earth and debris.of Iron. The soldier  heard a Blight cry. Ho''turned round  and found hia trench companion rubbing his ankle. "It is nothing," ho  said.' "The Roches are bad shots."  A fow moments later ho heard an- i  The Congestion from a Bad Cold  Loosened Up In One Hour  Nerviline   Rubbed  On   At  Night���������You're Well  Next Morning  Nerviline   Never Fails  under for a long salt wator bath. Tho' other cry. His companion's hand was  "Grampus" was not a total loss, how- j now at his hip. "They are doing bet-  over. In fact, lt was possiblo only! ter," ho said. "They have rectified  a few weeks ago to got into lior hold their firo." cIIo now raised his log as  and tako up much of her cargo. The! lf to climb' out of ue trench whon a  ammunition, for Instance, while the i third bullot entered, hia shoulder,  wooden cases ln which it was packed j "Oh, oh," ho shouted; "they aro mak-  had been eaten away by -vorms dur-: Ing progress." The soldier now offering tho" nine months' soaking, was ed to dress his companion's wound,  brought into Port Aransas.to be test-,but tho latter became angry.  ed. The officials found that tho Rom- j' Raising himself out of the trench,  lngton cartridges, only, ilred readily' he indicated tho exact position of the  despite the action of the sea, and Germans. But soon he staggered. A  thoy will be repacked for use. i four bullet grazed his check. "A miss,"  Sportsmen as well as scientists aro.he shouted. "Tako careful aim, gen-  much Interested in this demonstration, tlemen. A littlo more to tho left."  of the keeping qualities of ammunition ' Suddenly the signaller' stood up, then  When that cold ".onies, bov Is It to  be cured?  This method' is simplicity Itself;  rub tho chest and U-rout.vigorously  with "Nerviline," rub it in good and  deep'; lots of rubbing can't do any  harm, Then put some Nerviline In  the water and use it as a gargle; this i ton, Canada  will ease the, cough, cut cut th������  phlegm, a.sist in breaking up th*  cold quickly. Ther is no telling how  quickly Nerviline breaks up a hard  racking cough, eases a tight' chest,  relieves & pleuritic pain. Why, ther*  isn't any liuiment with half Uio power, tho penetrative qualities, the' hon������  ost merit that has mado Nervllio*'  tho most popular American household liniment.  A large 50 cent bottle of Nervilin*  cures ills of tho wholo family, and  makes the'doctor's bills small. Get It  today. The -lar_p tizo is more economical than Uie-small 25 cent size*  Sold by dealers everywhere, or direct  from  The  Catarrhozoue, Co.;   Kings-  when immersed for a long period���������  nine full months, to be exact.  When Asthma Comes do not despair. Turn at onco to the help effective���������Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. This wonderful remedy will  give you the aid you need so sorely.  Choking' ceases, breathing becomes  natural and without effort. Others,  thousands of them, h.-.vo suffered as  you suffer but. have-wisely'turned to  this famous remedy and ceased to  Buffer.   Get a package this very day.  fell ln a mass at the bottom of tho  trench. "Spotted," he murmured,  breathing,, with difficulty. The soldier rushed towards this strange hero.  "Don't trouble," he said, in a voice  scarcely above a whisper. "It would be  better lf you killed one for me." Ho  smiled, then died.  Thought He Was Blind  Vigil of Man Buried Alive For Twenty-Five Days  After being buried for twenty-five  days beneath a mass of earthquake  ruins at Paterno,, a peasant named  Michiele'Caiolo, aged thirty-two, was  extricated alive 'and practically unhurt. Caiolo owed his rescue to pur*  Float Logs Down Coast  Great Rafts Are Sent From Oregon to  San  Francisco and  San  Diego  via the Pacific  Several times each year during the  shipping season, says the Popular  Mechanics Magazine, ocean going log  rafts as large as some of the greatest  'intercontinental Miuers are towed  down the Pacific coast from the lumber camps of Oregon into the harbors  at San Francisco and San Diego.  This is the way certain lumber  interests of the northwest are solving  the problem of transportation of raw  timber, for in  contrast to a  charge  Money In Motion Pictures  Tho facto Uiat the annual receipts  from cinematograph shows in tho  United States amount to 150 millions "of dollars prompts the recollection that Muybrkige, whose experiments in no instantaneous  photography of animal locomotion  helped to pave the way for tho moving picture, received support in the  shape' of university 'grants to the  tune of forty thousand dollars, or not  much more than 14000th part of  what the moving picturo business in  the States is bringing in every year.  The London, Eng., photographer who  actually invented the moving picture  lantern, received nothing for his discovery  Blind V. C. for the Front  WHO WILL PAY OFF THAT MORTGAGE  \  Should You Die'Suddenly ?  Keep the Roof over the ^Children's Head by a' Policy la  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO.  OFFICES:    Winnipeg, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Vancouver,  Calgary,    Reglna.  , Agents    Wanted  chance.   Another peasant was digging     _  in the ruins to get out a box which ..amounting to $10 per thousand board"  waa half hidden when he heard a J feet, which was made a few years ago  voice speaking very faintly from be- \ for shipment by rail,' the cost by this  neat the debris.' ������"Whc is it?" he method is reduced to ?1, tlt does not  asked; and the reply came, "Michiele ; only mean lower prices and an im-  Caiolo."   "Are you wounded?"���������"No." . niense saving to the conr.umers, but it  The peasant then summoned some  soldiers who had been engaged in rescue work at the time ojC the earthquake, and after several hours' digging Caiolo was. extricated. His first  words were, "Light, light! I thought  J-had-gQne-olln_,__He_relat.es_rnat_lie,  waB in the cellar when the catastrophe occurred, and thougli he cried  out for assistance for four days he  was unable to make, himself ���������' heard.  He found, fortunately, some water,  though he had nothing to eat, and he  had tasted nothing but the water  since the earthquake. He says he  seems to have slept very little, and  his great fear was that he had become blind- The rescued man, whose  general health seemed remarkably  good ln view of all he has Buffered,  was brought to Roma..  Minard's  where.  Llnlmei.t for sale  every-  also enables low'grades of material,  which otherwise would represent a.  loss,, to be placed bn the market  profitably.     ���������   -  In the last few yearB twenty-nine of  these titan.c log, barges have been sue-  yr>sgfiilly_flnatRrl ..to_8an.J3iego._In. no,  case, so far as is known, has any  serious trouble been experienced, and  in most cases not even a log has been  lost, despite the fact that' the average  length ofj these rafts is about 700 feet,  the thickness approximately thirty  feet and the.breadth'amidships tlfty-  live feet. Between 4,000,000 and 5,-  000,000 board i,feet of timber is contained- in each one.    ,  Signs of German Exhaustion  Tho Allies whoso'material ro3ourcea  Aro bo vastly greater than tho Gorman,  .gain at ovory point by tho impotonco  to which tho Germanic nrmioB havo  Jioon roducod, bocauao Gormany Ib ox-  jieiutliig her resources all tho timo  without having anything to show for  dt,    Tlioro; aro  oven signs tliat tlio  eamo process of exhaustion which ul*  tlmatvly brougut tho defeat of Loo is  .now beginning to affect hor, though uu  yot but slightly.   Tlio Gorman atalY  built all tholr hopes on a short wnr  in which. ir-apeody decision was to  bo  reached  by  Btrlkln���������    down   tho  French and then tho KubhIiui army,  Tholr preparations which,woro both  olaborato aud complete, woro mndo  on the nBflumptlan that tho wnr would  not much oxcood bIx months, . Tlioy  novor scorn to havo contouiplatod tho  VoundlcBs asairttiu.co In    men    und  monoy which  bankrupt   and boaton  Austria is demanding ln tliis Blow, pro-  tractod warfare.   Hut oxnaustlon Ib  a factor that oporatos only'gradually,  end It will doubtless ba assisted boforo long by oUior faotoru,���������London  Dally Mall,  Germs Centuries Ago  Tho gorm theory of tho   transmission of contagious diseaso was on-  tortalnod as far back as 1067,   when  tho plague ravaged nomo.  Much Pain From  Kidney Disease  Minard's  fdifll*.  Liniment Relieves Neu-  Aro you tbo dofondnnt? asked tho  Judgo,  No, boss, roplled the man, I ain't  dono nothln' to bo callod names llko  Thon, who are you?"  Why, I'eo tho gon'leman 'at took do  chickens.  C_._r_.M___, Granulated Cyeilds,  u!J\jtr%S K>'" Jnflw' by expo-  lure to Sua, Oust and Wind  _H������ Tmf%. _���������������������. Quickly reliever! by Marias  $L/VV>& EyeRemiay. No feminine,  *J just Eye Comfort.   At  Your DniMrlit'i 50c p*r Bottle, Msrlse tya  filvs!tiT_bei2Sc. ForRaobsliheEvslfrMiik  Pnurffiiti or Murine Eve Uttntiv Cs.. ChleiM  C- ���������'���������' i ���������i "- ��������� -     ���������--~  Doctored  In Vain  Until  Dr. Chase's  Kldney-Llver Pills Were Used  Klduoy uuraugomoiits uro often as*  socliitoil with disorders of tlio livor  and bowels, aud undor those conditions ordinary kidney medicines usually full to olfout euro, It Ib becauso  of thoir unluuo, combined action on  tho livor, kidneys uud bowels that Ur.  CIuuq'b Klduey-Llvor Pills uro so  generally' bijccusbI'uI, ' ovon in tlio  most complicated cases,  Mr. Hmmunuol Uornurd, fnrmor, St.  Paul'u, Kont county, N.B,, wrltoa:���������  "About eighteen yoaro ago my wlfo  was bail with kidney dlsoaso, and suffered greatly (rom headaches, pains  in UowoIb and utomaoh, and,hor lieu it  was afioctod. For ������ year sue wan  Ilicii by her Aoctcr, wllh no npynr-  ont bonotlt. Sho thon unod flvo boxos  of Dr. Chaso's Kidnoy-Uver Pills  with moat satisfactory results, This  gnvo us such a good opinion of Dr.  OliaHo'fl Kidhoy-Llvor Pills that we al-  ....      I, r   . ^       *1, -������^n       I A      *1i ft      \\ Si-It* A      f A      1* ft  Uttmiaj^     A'atwy      ^m-v***     ������.k*>     i-nrn,    *������W^*=w     t������w      ������������ -���������������  used for all derangements of tho kid-  noyB, livor und bowels." Dr. Chaso's  Kldnoy-Mvor Pills, 26o a box, 6 for  f LOO, all doalors, or Hdmansoa, Uatos  & Co* Llmltod, Toronto.  Bulletin on Swine  Tho revival of tlio swine Industry,  especially ln the western provinces,  and Its increased importance ln al)  parts of Canada, Is responsible for  a demand for roll:.bio.literature on  the subject. To moot this demand  a now bulletin, No. ,17, "Swlno Husbandry in Canada" by Mr. J. B.  Spencer has recently boon published  by tho llvo stock branch, < partment  of agriculture, Ottawa, PartB of two  bulletins now out of print havo boon  revised and reprinted ,and In addition  the bulletin contains Uio successful  swlno raisers in var.ous parts of Cau-  ada. Much that Is new in housing  swlno Is given, and tho diseases, hog  cholera and tuborculosis aro fully  dealt with by offlcorn of tho Dominion  Votorinary dopartmont. RogulationB  relating to hog cholera, and swlno  plague are also printed In tho bulletin. Copies may bo had free on application to tho Publication Branch,  Dopartmont of Agrlculturo, Ottawa.  Miller's Worm Powdorn aro par ox-  collonco tho modlclno for children  who aro found Buffering from the  ravages of worms. They Immediately  nltor tho stomachic conditions undor  which tho worm's subsist and drive  thom from tho syatom, and at'tho  eaino timo, thoy aro tonlcal In their  offoct upon tho dlgoutlvo organs, restoring thnn to healthful operation  and ensuring Immunity from furtuor  disorders from such a causo.  S : .  Thus He Served Two Masters  At the fashionable Metropolitan  club in Washington they tell the following stor/ at the expense of Count  BerLstorff, the German Ambassador,  An Italian, with a hand organ,  stopped in front of the German embassy and began playing tho 'Mar-  solllaiso.' The Kalian played the air,  ouce, twice and was in the middle of  the third round, when Count Bern-  storff called a flunuy, gavo hlra a  dollar, and told him to give It to, the  organ grindor, and tell him to go to  the Freuch orabassy and play tho  "Wacht am Rhein."  Tho flu;.koy went out to tho  organ grinder ��������� nu exhorted blm to  stop playing and offerod the dollar.  Tho Italian told him ho would tako  the dollar and-sto.. playing after ho  had played the "MarBoi'.luiso" onco  more. Ho said that ho had to do this  as M. Jussorand had given him two  dollars to pl^y it llvo tlmos In front  of tho Gorman embassy!  Noticing that Harry was a trlflo  downcast when tho dinner was about  luilf cv<jr, his young wlfo exclaimed  fiuyly: "Choor up, Harry, tho worst  Is yot to come."  Her husband glanced up quickly,  and with a dospulrlng glanc9 lmjuli-  ed: "WhatI   havo you mado a plo?"  How _ the baby? Inquired tho neighbor of the now fathor.  Fine, nald tho proud parent.  Don't you find that a buby bright-  ens up n hoiiBohoId wonderfully? pur-  snot! his frlond,  Yos, said tho parent with a sigh,  we have tho gas going inoBt ot tho  night now.  First Aid For  Weak Digestion  Like Nearly Every Trouble  Afflicting Mankind Indigestion is Due to Poor  Blood  u Almost; everybod; experiences times  when the organs of digestion show  painful signs of ' weakness. Some  slight disturbance of the health siarts  the trouble; then tbe patient takes a  dislike to food and dull, heavy paina  in the abdomen give warning that ihe  stomach is unable ��������� to do iis proper  work. Sometimes a false craving fof  food arises; if this'is satisfied tlu  result Is additional torture���������flatulence, a drowsy depression, sick, headache and nausea are common signs  o������ indigestion. The foolish practice  of taking drastic, weakening purgatives at such times should bo avoided. Indigestion' arises from stomach  weakness and the only effectual method of curing the trouble is to strengthen the,, feeble organs of digestion by  supplying thom with richer, purer  bioo"di This~ls"rthe~true~tonic���������treat1,  ment, by which natural method, Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, achieve great  results. These pills make the rich,  red blood needed to strength.n tne  stomach, thus imparting a healthy appetite and curing indigestion a_d  other stomach disorders. Mr. Thos.  Johnson, .Hemford, N.S., say_: "For  live years I was a great sufferer from  indigestion which wrecked me physically. I suffered so much- thac for  days at a time I could not attend to  ray business.' I had smothering spells  so bad at times that I was airaid  to lie down. I doctored and tried  medicines but with.no benefit. 1 saw  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills advertised  to cure tbe'trouble and decided to try  thom. I had not been taking them  long before I found that I had at last  hit upon tho right medicine. The Improvement In niy health was consta.u,  and after I had used ten or twelve  boxes I could eat and digest all kinds  of food, and I felt physically better  than I had done'for years. I shall  never coaso to praiso Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for they proved a real  blessing to mo,"..  You can get those pills from nny  dealer in modlclno or by mail at 60  conts a box or six boxes for .2.50  from Tho Dr. WIlllamB' Medlclno Co.,  Brockvlllo, Ont.  Highland  Hero to  Wrlto Letters Foi������  Soldiers  A remarkable instanco of patriotlo  fervour ahd desire to serve the couiv ���������  try in spite of physical disability ,i������  furnished   by  Uapiuiu   Ernest   U.   U.  Towse, V.C., who, although completely bliud, has joiued tho 1-Jxpeditionary ���������  Force in France in an endeavor to be  of some sevice to his countryman. Ou������  of  the  heroes of the  South  African  war,  Captain. Tov.-se, lost  the 'sight  of both  eyes anil won  tho   .Victoria  Cross at one mid tho same moment.  Oue of the most popular officers of.  the Gordon Highlanders, he was lead-  lug his company to the attack In aa  engagement near' Bioemfontein when,  the Boers-surprised the British. ��������� For. '  a wi:ile the Gordons were in a desperate predicament, but by his gallantry  and1 resource -Captain Towse ' saved  the  situation,  though  a  Boer bullet  through both'eyes destroyed his sight.  Since his retirement from  the army  ho has lived at Long Meadow, Goring*  on-Thames, spending his time in gardening���������at which '.ie is quite au .enthusiast���������and    learning    typewriting.  This latter accomplishment the blin4  V.C. is now turning to excellent account, for,,since his infirmity prevent*  his joining his old. comrades   of tha'  Gordon Highlanders in active service,  he has found a means' of helping the  wounded ty writing letters for them  at  a  hospital  at  no  great  distance  from the lighting line.  Thousands of "mothers can testify  to the virtue of Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator, because - they know  from experience  how  useful if la.  What Training  Will  Do  A traveller visiting a large factory'  made a bet with the-manager that._������  would"pick out rll the married'men  among the employees. Accord ihgly.h*  stationed himself al'thVdoor as they  came-back from dinner, and mention-^  *ed ail those whom he" believe- to'be  married, and in almost evo.-y case he  was right.  "How do you d" it?" asked th������  manager in. amazement. <  "Oh, it's quit', simple," said the tn*  vcller, ������������������ "quite, simrie. The marnei  men all wipe their feet on the mai|,  tho single men doi-'t." .  With but tare, minutes to catch  his train, the trpvelling salesman in*  quired of the stieet car conductor.  "Can't you go faster than .his?"  "Yes/; the- bell finger replied, "but  I have to stay with m . car."  Corns  Drop  Out  Instant  Relief  Paint on, Pjtnam'o  Extractor tonight, and  corns feel better in th*  morning. Magical th������  way "Putnam's" easo3 the ppln, destroys tho roots, kills a coru for all  time. No pain. Cure guariuitcpd. Got  a 25c bottlo of Putnam's Extractor u>  day.  W. N. U. 1044  So you huw tl.o woman drop hor  purso, eaid Mr. Marks to IiIb frlond,  but loBt hor In tho crowd. Did you ad-  vortlso?  Oh, yos, nsld Mr. Parks, but I didn't  got an answer, I put this In tlio  papers: If tho plain wvoman about forty-five years of age wearing a dress  and a hat of last yonr's styln, vim lost  a purso containing $1.0 on Twenty-  second Btroot oi. Saturday will apply  to  ,' tho proporty will bo roturn-  ed.  Good heavens, man, said Mr. Marks,  No wondor you dtan't get an answer.  No woman in tho world would own  up to that description for C3.6U,  The 8hlrker  . Tlie man of" serviceable age and  without ties who remembers that ho  turned away In tho days of Great  Britain's travail will boar his shame  to tho day of his ucath. Ilo will bo  ashamed to meet tho mothers of tho  men who have died. Ho will bo  aBhamod to speak to his follows homo  again bearing tho scars of var. Ho  wlll bo asnamed. to look IiIb children  In tho faco.���������London Express.  Tumors, Lupin curod wltliuut kniro  . piln, All worU guaranteed. IJf^Vi'iJJ!  im  Oil,  WIM.1AMB, ftwlalla. -........_,  UnlvartKr Av������. H. I;, _mn.������|Kill������, Mm*,  lor I 'art II  ' t "n (Unrar, I   ii* ' l  Prof, (searching vainly for his  flocks)���������Miavo places whero I koop  my things and you ought to know it,  Mrs.���������-You're right thero. 1 ought  to know whoro you koop your   Uio  jiOU������������.-~������^_.UbiU.A  i;-iu:.a���������.  Tt wnt tho hiisbwid. afternoon off,  and ho thought uo would take the  children for a little outing.  "My door," he aald to UU wlK "tup-  pose wo take tho children to the 'loo  today."  -Why, tear, yon. promised to ttk������  them to mother's."  "All right. If It's *n th* sun* to the  ehUdren."  "I urn convincod" said Mrs. Twlck-  embury, "that we should Bare largely oa dcntlotB* bills tt wo should  buy each of tlio children ono cf those  now pyrotechnic tooth brusbos."  Pat nnd Mike wore wstchini some  bricklayers at work one day and Pat  lukf.d;  "Bay. Mike, what U tt that holds  tho bricks together?"  ,"6ure," aald Mlk*. -tiu.fi alty. It's  the mortar."  -DIvII a bit of It," tail Fai "That  k*6ps thus apart."  What kind of meat have you this  morning? usked tne husband ot the  butcher  Thi boHt uteak wo hav������ oyer had,  sir, ropi.td Uie butcher. Here you  uro, sir. is smooth us v-j.voi uml ue  tender rig a woman's lion i.  Tiio ltUKlKtiid looked up and Biild:  I'll tako BUUBUgT  THK NEW FRENCH RCMCDV. N.I Ne. Ndt  TH������RAP.ONiiS.u!^_l.  treat met rn, CUKIS ciikonic WKAKurSS.l.oST VIOOS  viu kifinky   m.AmiKR. uisiusk). iiuonn ronoK,  NI.K8,   RITMCR  K"' rmUlUIISISor Mall, tl   FlMI   4 CTf  MUOHHACO M  HMKMANSr. NI!W VOKK prLVWAN ������������������)���������  Tohoni'o.   vinnv tun FREE hook to Hi. It Cl.lW  Uhii.Co,iUvKKvrncKHn.Haumikaii London tu*.  TKVNKWDIIAClk������lfAli1KI.KSSIKOI(Mli������    MSY   TO   TAtR  THERAPION E..i.SR.._.  ur nur in������rm m������hi>'.i> wuki>   ���������mihiapion   ii ot  ���������klT.laOVt.MAUl trtUKIMU ALL (ilftVlM rACHTfc  Minard's  Eto.  Liniment   Cures   Burns,  An Irish girl callod nt Mrs. Oroon'u  to got the pluce ol cook.  "Are you a plain cook?" Inquired  Mrs. Qreori.  "Woll, mum," ropliod tho elrl, "yos  may t'lnk so, but orfleer Mulligan war  afthor tollln* mo thot mo eyes wor  lolko tbo Lukes av KUlerney."  Curious Friend���������I suppose, dear,  you will marry whon the golden opportunity arrlvoa.  CttUtlUUI  ^iibB ��������� Weil,  i(   Vti'tl  0t|/CliU  on hnw much pold there Is tn th������ opportunity.  L'cnfamt���������Father, what Is a 'sepulchral lono of volco?"  La pore���������That   means   to   speak  _ vjly.  CHILDREN   I riETHiNQ  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE ANO  LAUGHS DURINQ THE TEKTKINQ  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslows  Soothing Syrup  Pii9a*i,Y:vrr.r.TA������'.r.-.N0i' narcotici    v .'   ....:��������� -a  ninx���������What kind of a reputation  hns Jones got?  Jinx���������So good that he can wear  wiff buttons with other people's Initials and get away with (t.  L  "I find it so hard to Economise, but I must do so for t  while."  Why l������ a email toy like you smok-  big stotrio?  Just learnlnf   (ha jropea,  Ing a great big stotrio?  hh, I'm  '  mom.  ���������todirst���������! h������ar yvat  are falling ������"���������"  Caahler���������Y������.; ttef ������U.%  flepatttor-  taavto a  E  CUVC  unlu  "Why not do your own  washing ? It i9n't hard if an  EDDY Washboard is part of  your Fquipment. I hnve a  "Household Globe," it'a t  Wonder-Worker ��������� Lqosent  the Dirt to Easily���������and 1 never  Tear the Qothei.*1 fJJBEB-NEWS; CTMBE'RKAMD; BEICrSH^.GGii^MM^
 _.-w>_i_-iPi.iiiiiM*-iii.._ii__w-_i^���i.niw-arii *am*a nn_n ���_��� ^ i ��� i **,,ntm*m -i-i.L-i i i ���_-iu.io. *������������i.n.iwa��-
lip 1WP 4~��a-#lll 'l>l* H *'��iw^.-_i't~#ayi-
;l' ���
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\ Isn't It Nice P   |
III"      #T   >\    I  ' ^ -sis but    little   lo'J
V^? $      Ii4^$^;;'i^vc,  arid make ".Ionic"
^     *      -S   fft^^_ Ueautifnl.".     when"1 you .
t^09^"ock'   Wccan   sup!'ly
i^tM^N<^��^^  W^-^������^^^*^V^��^l^
'   "���      AND,PROPRIETORS  Ot-
-<S   ��� &  .BAKERS
:fe:s   ^I��fp away* on hand
rhe-Furniture, Store
McFhu. Hloclc;  A. Mo3SINN01ir - Cumberland
15" ���
I   ii
<���_   _%>��-<L*#afc*t_*��V��**t,al*~�� .
B��__Ah��*tn��^����V\aY��Va7>'ar~k^VrHUWJJa>^*^f'rtn-ir'   **-��_l
.;riU��OH    NOTCES
MiiriiuOiSr  YAIVIY'A
.Worship -Smi'.l.-t^.  7
Any person 'A persone, aMUling.
n-iii..viii<> or lYYiuis any \d"A^
tiuihoY nf wood,o\ nii\ di'M-ri j/ti.><!t>
K'loiijriiiff l'> tin' Wellington Colliery Cu'y., oi:iVoin or off Uio hind
,. ,���', i'llsoonuUf/na'i Sur.d ivs. '���f Unpaid Coinpuny, or .lnyom-
!. .,'.l ���.. A. ��S-v.i.i on'idicr tipping rubbish of any description
',",...,-.;\l.lVs at-.5.oe i'.ni.    ' anywhere   upon   ihe  i-ompsinv^
���A ,-. Study   i,S.   '.yhooAyY 30 j }allll will W pnwt>c..U'il to tlm full
cXU'iit of th'1 i.iw.
..]. 11. hOCJKAHD.     ���
Gi'iicnd lMiiniiirei',
CoUioi'v Co.v.
\ .  Agents for'Pilsener Brewing Company's HKKR
> ".       Wholesale Dealers in.1U0 Kinds ot
\ Wines and Liquors.
^ Second     Street
���of British Columbia, Ltd���
Uomo*���Union Hay���Nan'mmo���Vancouvjck���Routr-
'Leaves Cosnox, Sunday, 3 p. ni	
Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 4 p. m. ...
For Deunuiu- Island; Nanaimo.and Vancouver;
'RETURNING���Leaves Vancouver, Saturday, '8 pm ,
For Nauaiiuo, Union Bay and Comox.
" Subject to change without notice.   ' '   ���������
IP. Phillipps Harrison
hi .
rl.A'WY Aid,���Ifirjt  Tuesday of
.,, iv month,''at ,7'3��,P;)in>    \, ���
i<ov.   if.-n.-vp Wilson ��� Pastor.-
:Yb i'YOY7lY7
i'U!.{)in -
���''! KM IAN  CilLiKv-'i.
j.;..,.,,. -i,  1 j  a. ui.'nnd  1 p. nt.,.
\\y-\f i.'i 1 *. 7Y-) \i.' iu.
.s'.in.i.iv .M'!i��-1.''2.00 "p. i'n.   . 5    ���
.1-.-.U..I- WavlM-V. Wi'dJH^daY.ovim
��� i'!t.rnv.  \lx. A'.'y. Mood.
" ���\?<atch.Bepairmg
��� -. 1 nrr ' sn-'.N'i-) ''.iOoi)   ��� ���
liiuinjion loflomoiivcs nnd rail
iv��y cur.i uf tho Union Colliery
Compnny by.auy person or \wr-
sous���t-xeept tain crew���i-; strictly,
nroi^'-iicd. Kmjiioyees '-iv sub-
ip<; 't,., ..i.^niis.-iil for allowing sam-
Uy order
j. R.   LOCKARD,.
General Manage..
ami r. m m tutmrrnKm
niri-T1*1     .rii.t__._i_._f_w
^axwf.tnmwwra^xa. y.anc_K.'��_Bi~ap
/lanufactured from the  Best
Canadian   Malt   and   Bops
I Pilsener..Brewing. Co.,Ld |
Cumberland," B.C.
f Also Agents lor the Famous  U.B.C  ?
aad i'Ncw. Life" Beer,"-. I
\vONJ.V   foi1 'incomlieveni
^   ,      SV.k'Ji ���H-i/��ii-)i'��.. 'f  J'"'^'
. .. i.vuli i-,��"k. kl,'!'--',,tf   ;i"H!'
q���.,.i.,(.i-.iy Liir 1 ii-.irrKK.   y ���
|.'|X  IT.     <i \"0 I'-1 !t 'J,,'>jl.
;���"./ F.Xigliter.";
r^r^n/il yyaichmalicr, lewder and
;. G,umberlan.d' B. 0.;
M- M*
_ll Bliiftjffli,,
H i Bfialu
Rovston .School.
SEA 1.1.1) TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender fnr Royston School,"
will bc received hy 'ine Honourable die
Minister of .Public Works op to 12
o ' c 1 o4c k no o n of T u e s cl a y ,
the 21st d.iy "ol September, 1915 for
lhe.erection and comnleiion of n Uirge |
!-i_c_x.O-aD._school-h()iise  at   Royston,. in '
;Tlie above exceptionally higli
"���racle iustniment will bo sold al
a rfir.arkctbly.low price, in order
;���: ���'m'iUVt/T'mh .��-Yu-y^t -raiU'oF []n: Wi)lu l'irt'uo ,isuall>'
'.'.���.vji.ij.ii 'If .I'.,l.'..'j..vi.i,v.a:'. ^. "���,       .
:,'"   ,   ' , ���_,, r j sells ni f soo.    I lie nr-umnievit is
y^<msUii.uu&    A..t/u.-_v..j- 1 jjraciu-ally  new,  having heen ni
use but as'ioii linn.', Will be
plvai-vl to1 deni'oiistVH'e it :to anyone coiuoniplaliu';j[ Ijuyiu;; such
an ir.strimn.-nt.. ' Will sell for
$350; '..terms, to suii���eus!oiuer, .ii
r  (a)
4    ���
NmnishH"   Rooms
ive.it'On.i'ilc   K.11'-'^   '
���   Tliird Mfviy I-'i'Mii
.'.'jj e...TeLKioni!
������-; ;l\xcliau^v     .;.'
t> 1
���|.K\YKST A\'KN"i-'.   | i;-^'    Apply ,t'The Cumber
Cumberlaiul,  !'���    e.
au'd. Ney.'s Office for further-par
tieu!nrs:"v ..":; 77"     7 ;..'.'.
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I '                               .               |>i|S|    AH v.'mk jMi.iraiiiri'd'"lo: fj
��� SiWisr.iens liocas ^ iKji.*-�� v,,... ni^H,:_ Kra,i ^
( '*                                            *, ije[- wj.rk al.  lowctfl   [M u\-s   n.,,,;,
���J"- ;l��,,                    t' :^:h,. Pjovi.icc.l-:x:ims. l��m;i|[
the Ccmox Electoral Distiict.
Plans, speciiicaiions, "contract and
forms ol lender may be'seen on and a?-
ter the -3rd day. of. S e p t'c ni b e r
jSjj . 1 9 1 5, at" the" 0,in ccc o f
Mr. J. I3aird, Government.,A,i>eiH,/'Cumberland, B. C; Mr. ~J. l\ i r lc u' p ,
Government Ay cut, Nanaimo, D. C. .Mn
J, Mahoney, (Jpver'nnieni Agent; Vancouver, 15. C, and .the Depaiunenl ��� ol
Public Works, Victoria, 11. G.
���''By'application .10 ihe undersigned,
contractors may olua:n "a, copy of tlie1
plans and specifications, for ibe sum of
ten dollar* ($io), or a marled chec|iie
for same amount which will be refunded
on their return in (,'ood ordv,r.
Each proposal nui��t be accomp..med
by ap accepted bank cheque or ccrtifi-
caie ofdcposii 011 ;\ 'chartered bunl'< c(
Canada, made payable to ihe H'onoui-'
able tin: Minister of, Public Works, for a
sitiu r:i|iial 1020 rt��r cent of tbe teiv.icr,
which shall be .furfenuil if the party leii'
deling decline 10 enuv into cunuact
when called upon id;,do so,or if lie Lui
Ui complete Uie WorU contracted, for.;
The cheques or cei'titic;itcsV)f deposit'id
.1111succ.cssf1.il tenderers will be retiivni'd
At. litem upon the execution of the
contracts ������'.''���' ', ;>' /" '���-���   ���"���h
,;, Tenders will tint be considered .unless
made out oa the.'. fonns supplied, .signed
w'uli the actual- MKUyiuire of the tenderer and; (.���))'(��� losfif in "the. envelopes'luin
islied. .-���-..,���.���. - .������ ...,.-.      ,, .._'.:.',, '
'I'lie lowest nr any lender not neces'iu
..y iiccepted,. ��� ��� , - 7...
.%���-}, E.GRlKFITIi,   ; ���'������:
.Deputy.-.Minisfcr and I'lililic' Winks
Eiii-ineer; Depai'fini'Ut of'1'nblK'.Work-,
Victorii', ll, C, Sepi,, I'.ii,- 1 *_> 1
so]>��-:' Yy "���'��� ���; Y    ."-hep 1'5
1 Next Door to Par.k ot Commerce,
Dunsmuir Av6\ Cumber and.
���.v.j_xijtiw__BTO_���nm��j_ii������ ���r_m^J_wt_ar-T__���
When'Yoii Need
5 ''
Paperhanging,  Shingling,
House-Repairing,, of AU
' Kinds, House Moving etc.,
A bicycle expressly made   U\
nil the requirements of l!rilisli
.Columliia riders, it offers siren-
jt][tli and beauty ul 1111 exceeding
Uly low price.
'  *���*
i,    5
11 *;���
' ��
AH. Work-Guaranteed
g  Capital Paid Up $11,660,000.
Eounii li
Hie- "TOURIST" al $.\o. i
auoilier splendid machine, Hull
,are fullv deserihed in our ealal
joyiie; write ior il today, or ca'l
nt ��� v
797-735 Johnson St
viotohia,   ' -
IJ. 0.
I   The "-Royal Bank, of Canada.   I
i   .                              OVEll   TIIK    WORLD.                        ,���   . |
8 Ht liiyrheaT Ouvrent Hiitt-s 'nllovi od on DepofiiH of IM uud timvnrtlis. a
I  OUMBBULAWD, Ii. 0 , Brunch, Opon Dally,     T. P. C'C'ouBi��U,iMgi'. g
1        UKION. "PAY, B.O, Branch,. Opon I oily.      F. BcE\vorth*,i-.Gr. |
1 roUKTENAY,   B. 0., Brnncli, Opon DniW ��. K Uiwdwto*;" Mgr j
\l S V. 1111 it I i'i'"'- .
,. ii-,"i<M\  Lns/inni
UUl.Y   Ti.iXl.Y (MI l.'liCI I
,.,.,,.-,. ..,���.��������*-'-��������"������-""-"��� jServiee.s   l'i��r l''tli  Smid:iv al'lei
;������������;    7.W.Y���A      1. ���-.���i_.ij-- ,    ..^^ c .,���������.���;������ v,.-;n a, f0,
1 . !���-������ '.���.. S ln"^' .l,(,wcl  t,1'��i:,:'"' 1    jauLilay H.l.��,r.i , :/> p. m.
NO'J'U'J'I���Will inide iny 10
niM'e. I'.ini'li; with lew iii.-lidiimat.^.
tu ai^siinu.', it��r a deeded shank iuul
lot llt'iif   lowII,
.JOHN  KlRTli.
Parksvillu, ,|{. U.
KOI! SALIC���A lni'L'o J. *^ ,1.
T'���".!'���" '���Ao, iicni'lv new, (!nst
v,;;;ii), AVill ,-ell hv le.^ than
half eo-1.    Apply this ulliee.
11 a. iu.   Matins
�����.*��.! ,���-.'_* _t!..V^-I-���**���'. .ir'hJU' \SV Vi .AV <<.. ���>/.H>*lM._ifc'i4t.
Anything you need
in the Printing line
printed with
at the
���| pot* PURE'lCE-CHEflMj
srw Conui to Kind's Icu Creum l'iirltu',
��� "W
Wh��o you will e��l ������� ttlWP OOOIW IN TOWN will.
 (iooil, Oloiin Survloo	
Ice Cream Suppliu. in Quaiililcs at Cheep Prices to Balls,
Parlies, Pic Nics, etc., at a few tour's notice
���aVraaL _->_h   V ____. ___,_i_^_d__M t*mU*ti ****' *t l__*l 11 *t*t
aMMHWiMiint�� mi
Lunbmmr Avenue
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t-niuliiior..      C;i;
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