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 .T\  rf7raste\  -a;,"-     Tap  W^**^8PV  Xaf+,    *__3w->������.?.--K.,t<  ^  ft  vaur  \  ������J'*���������--'/���������������  fc>7  Devoted, E_vpt.cia!ly to ttae Interests of Cumberland and Surrounding. District.  lft_a__B������aa.'aK-FX*_������-:7������rT*^._w__s_Ta_-FTawiTf _-?.  T"'������"'".'l'^'������*'  The Nkws, Twknty Firs'- Vhar   -  g-aM?i^_falJ^^J^^^ 111! BM I II  -I  CUMBERLAND} B. C. WEDNESDAY,   NOV. io 1915  ssr  SUBSCRIPTION Si.00 A Ye^k  11=  "aar_w*_i _*.<c*q-igo.'WM ur 1 n, ___ mat\-  *awjw-yuri������-MWT*iwap-'������ i n <?���������.*���������������_ mum. ^. ���������  win  Y-u can rlep nd on  ht, style ancl������ workmanship when    you  buy Copplty, Noyes  & Randall's Suits;  thev are o-uaranteed  to   o- ;\.t.   mi satisfac-  We will be pleased  to show 3*011 our com  plete range of Suits  and Overcoats made  by this firm.  MEN'S NEW   STIKF   HATS  in'the newest shape; oi:r price i.s ri^-ln  .Men's Soft Fell Hats���������a onsiyn-  mem o������ lho l'i'acst. American Felts  have '"  ' MEN'S  UNDER.VI.AK  for lhe K.ill. .. "St.mi.elfi-V .ind   I'en-  maii's at t'ne old price.  GentY furnishings  1 % S Iwr 11N " " It m P S* fa* W ��������� ���������  __ __ __fl_JS-l__l__Jk _..___ VJ 1 ���������_��������� , _ ���������1 iJ_M _���������_   -���������aa^air^ar^-u--. ~-a5_y���������;*|���������j& _ai__~____i���������il_*3^^-'__i������S^sr'"ii.  *-K  -^j-.-_.--nss:'_������"  ������_ Company, Iilmited '  Duns__i"-_i.r Ave., Cumberland  "VICTORY FOLLOWS,THE FLAG"  y  ������_JWiwwaw_^<t_s_ni_s!a_sw������xonso������sics <==w-i-nOT.'3n-K������!^aw*-*3-^^  DRESS GOODS  I    Correspondence    j  Tiio following comnninieation  and copy of! teh-onim has been received from the lion, II. E.  Young, Provincial {.ue.ret'iry:���������  Victoria. Olh Nov,. 1015  Sir:���������I filiull bu (ihligod if you  will he gooii t'liougli to publish, ns  an item of news, tlm Mil-joi'l mnttor of tlin utnu'M'il cii'f.iil.ii', which  liii.s been sent to all tlio Mayor,  ami ii���������i'vt������., a*, well an;gov. rn_  inuiit ugi'iits, ��������� t;ii'oiig!iuii_ lho  J'rovii'ct".  I tun, Sir,  Your olicilijint servant  II   K, YUUNf.  IVovineial Secretin'*,',  Viotoria, Dili Novomlier, li) 1 fi  Sir:���������Tlio lion. Sir Richard  7.1i.l.riilt', Premier, ih in receipt  of tho fn|h)wing nu'stvigii from  ���������Sir Hubert L, IJuidon,  Premier oi'  "Tin* Ihiiish .National Unmm-  ittoo for leliel in lli-lgiinn has  Hunt tint following iippi'itl, tdgtu'il  by tlm Lord Mayor of London, to  nil thu High (.'uiii'i,i>r-ioiii'.K und  Aj������ont*������wC)i'ii(ara] of tin* ovoi>cu������i  Dominium). Jt iiiiB I ice 11 trans  111 ittt-il lo 1110 liy Sir (Ji-orgo \\-r-  li'V, anil it nt inllowf: ���������  ���������k 'Koto \h\y heroic. King 1 ������.U  giaiiK rail8 ni Monday liftiriilh  Jiovt-iiiiaM' ami no im airman o!  tiie Aalioiiai Coin in uieu relief  Ujluiiiin I appeal peoplo Ilrilii-li  Kuipire. (.'.ail i! 11 ni In cviMit in manner  Hint will nil rd l\i: tr \ licit iM-i'iir  0<t blttiftl'mj oil, tiilliit-lv, by Mll)h~  cri hi u<r nun ������k finnii'ii feed wholo  0'* three mill on iiv. iiiuii- l!c!gi;u^  io lluigjiiiii oil tla'ir hchfM'd iniii'���������  Ut'Cll'ri     l\-'.r,    O.k',.      V.'i.i.t- .11',-  '.ii,  a .  keep one, 1'i'lgiiri idivi* for onr  dny, llwii'hiro I a|.p<.1] for liavo  inillioit raix|M'tici*r vn-.ih-i' u-. iu  kvcp ulivu 011 lutig'ta l'*ele l)ay ev  cry V'io nl \i'n iiii.iji'i.'.i ttjiu :m<  WittoiH ftHjd.    tjaiiiiihi iiiM n-a-piif:  dctl nolily to cry of eiarving Uel-  giann and I fed certain (hie spoci..  nl appeal for sixpence per head  will   incut,   with    ready   recmonso.  I_IKk'  Tho';nppeal is for a'most worthy  .object, and it is commended to  yonr must, worthy consideration  nnd to Piich i.clion as yon may  thinlc tle.irahle. The met-siifjo  having heen Iran, mitted to mens  I'remier ol^Cnnad:!, I feel it my  duly to ei'inineiid it to you a.  Premier of .your Province "  The (Jovoriimeiil. are anxiona  lhat a strong an eifort as pos.i-  liln ho mado to meet this appeal  and yonr ni-Mstanco in oromiziui'  siic.li an appeal in your district  will he greatly appreciated. Tho  matter m boing given publicity  as far as po.sibli. in t'*u local  pros.-..  Komittii'ices in this connect ion  should ho nui.lo to Mr. J. A.  Lindsay, ilO-1- Tiinen lbiihling,  Victoria.  I am. Sir,  Vour obedient t-ervant, *  Provincial Secrotarv  NOTICE   jar���������  Since my .last notes, it has  come to my knowledge that the  City Council's pet cows were  making themselves qui'e at  home in the English Church gai  den earlv one morninsr bast weei.  not only eating the grass, but  sampling the peach tree and any  other succulent morsel that  came in thc-ii way. either flowers or shrubs, until a man and"' a  bright young boy happened to  come.'along,_wheu the mail   held  _ O J Ua  open one of the gales ancl under  his directions the boy chased  them out. Tmly, the cows we  have always-with us, more esne-  cially  111 _ institutional  gardens;   * . . I-* _. -��������� s\ . V_ Ij-lP.i _ *-l -V ������..  I . I ^ n _ ____,.* 1/111  I _-l __*__  ~ w iirti-rt-ui-caoiiii;-ri���������i-uc v-\vv.iau-uu'  ly transfer their affections to  those oi the' mavov and aldermen  but 1 hoy- haye e^pe:ieuced so  much official kindness..from .the'  " " c. ���������* *  people's    Tcptesentaiives,    that  thev have'" become  WISE OUI.  COWS. ������  *  if  *  Another matter that it/would  be well if they .took* cognizance  of, is the playing at ball 111 the  streets; at least, one storekeeper's platc'glass window has been  broken justjrcjcei.ily,[aud can be  seen now; yet he pays taxes, for  police piotection and thinks it  ought to be afforded him by put-  ting-;a stop lo this'V-ort of thing.  Of course, boys and girls will  play anywhere and everywhere,  if they are allowed to do so, but  surely the streets with their expensive  plate glass' windows is  not the proper pi ace j forj throw  iug games, aud .some very big  children indulge in them regular  ly; would it not be better for  the aulhoiiues to see this obvi  otts police duty was rigorously  performed, (Junibciland i.s well  endowed with play grounds, in  addition to the one kindly piuv..  ideil by the Colliery Co.. antl the  City Park; there is the Public  Schools one, all easily accessible, so that there is no excuse  lor allowing the streets lo be used, more especially for  fool,   and  Newest Fabrics and Novelty Weav.cs  in Dress Goods in'all the leading shades at popular prices. Surges, Polins, \  L.-idies' 'Cloths, Satin Cloths, Ratines,  novelty stripes in Silk Mixture Fabrics  in ail light shades suitable for evening  O     ' ^ J*}  wear. New models cc a LaC.raeeCor.sets  CAMPBELLS  _____a_E__-____B_airccaiMC,E_3?_o:  __ra*assx_xijuo__BC_!_K____:  a t_7_r__r_i__jr___j___;  aMSK3!HacsaB*^^  j  ly he lost his last dozen; the ev  en took lhe side out of the chick  en house after he had procured  a strong -lock that prevented  their getting in through the door  way. -Only 011 Thursday night  last,  or   Fridav   morning,   there  were 36 stolen from just outside  the city by cutting the "way in  through the building; this being  the second 30 odd stolen from  lhe same person'. Altogether,'  there has been hundreds stolen  within the city and in the immediate neighborhood and uot a si i'i  gle arrest���������to say nothing about  shooting cows aud h.ilers���������of  the latter 11 disappeared within  the hist twelve months; tip's is a  very lawless state of affairs and  demands attention from those re  sponsible, both municipal and  provincial, but, as the piescnt  government has reduced our  provincial force lo one, he cannot be fairly expected to give  proper attention and time to his  district aud perform his office  duties which  ate of au  onerous  chaiacter, though he is, 1 know,  doing his best.  #     -M-      4  The W������__2S2iV Benefit Association of  tke Maccabees  The State of   Michigan  . had  66J������I_y.P_e_l���������������Pa^tv,1  m  The chti.iren'V.f the Methodist  Church   intend   giving, one   of  th'.ir famous|Cantata���������  mi   Wcc-  an event of importance recentlv, | ������<^dav, November   17th.      This  when   the  corner  "stone .oi    tbo  Home Office , Puildiug of the  Women's Benefit Association, of  the Maccabees was laid at Port  Huron Jlichigan.  ; Mis* Piua M. West,, the s*ip  reme Comuiaudei of the A*>ociat  tion, was oruauis.or of this sock',.-  p:av, euuil-.d  a __JLc_li\__I____aif_..  Pc-.tty.'" isua'very ^pleasing one,  and .Vvi."r_\.body is invited to  come .md spend a j.Ic������*--int ev.n-  :ng -vvith the children, nnd. (_*>  cfiui'.i..!.- tlie-n in their e{Tori's, to  !J,f.'p wipe ont tiie chnivh indebt-  ty.and celebrated its   23rd   ;.uui ;i_d;ieP:..     The   ch'.-.roh    -.riii    be  vetsary by breaking   the' gtouu::-j w.-il heaten'  As I said last week, 1   am   nie,.  1 1.. it nm 1  ased   to see   the    furl her   firm1.,,  .  i a, , , .1   I  for this fine new buildin;-, which,  when completed, will be the on  Jy woman's building of ils kind  in the wot Id. In it will be concentrated the v.'oik 0!' 55 ..Lues  and provinces and 'of iy6,ooo  members. The society is the  hrgest in the World exclusively  for women and is growing rapidly.  ThiiAcar. Stale"IIospital Set'.,  vice IJenefils have, beeu given  needy numbers,,throughout  euliie tenitorv of the fAi-soeia:i..  * ���������  on aud Last Jllne.'s uud Ilnii.-.l  benefits and Sick licuelits I'm  wage earners weae ad'led to tin.-  .ilready fine classes of protection  offered to insurance women.  I'.wry member iu tiie jin i*.di.'  1 jnieiii:. over   1 he   'r'.,f<���������  :nd   rhe*  euteriaiu-  c-'mn-euce at  8 oelock  he1  :iia.':ii  sharp.  of i_iHrope  [A   Parody]'  Sing a song of Kurope, '  Highly civilized,  I'our and twenty nations  \\'iiollv lupuotizeii.  When tlie batih: o,*ens  The builds :,ian io sing,  Isn't tliat fi silly way  To act ior ans  '..ing  The Kingsaie in tue back-  '  lUU'l'  I,  ���������mnr; 1 iiinm.,m:s.  The ipiee:!.*- are in the pa:lor  ,'. 'aia';n,;,.a.s,  eti'.ju  tlll.l    aa lil I".  ,.11 I*.  a l.o U,ieai  .1; .11 -  '1,,   1  stand the "Islaudet"   lias  taken jctbt-es hope to be able to lake ml  on the cjtie.ition of Prohibition,     j vantage   of   a    p-.i.-.e u.'i'ei   i;c\.  t' \ 'i* 11 i ���������' I * 1 * 1' i-c'11' Wili*s'1 v'1'1'  ^���������',''',���������, dn-m a ll!j  ������*.,*.. i.,.1.  \   ���������M  la.a..  'Ghaut of tlio ������2nd  ::: lue eor.r.'.iug  in.'.;.-.'  Ale '','.!������������������"; v"]'a, ,  ,;   f.'.y .  Tin1 i   l'.i"io:i pvi-nie ,'lt tlie  (Tho following is from Corporul  (iho. Hrown, who to at tlm front.)  Hit), hip hooray, wo'ro on our wny  NOTICK IS HI.RKHY (.IV  KW thai the Hoard of Directors  ui the Union and lluinox DisUict  I I F   '  tail >al        ,'   ��������� I ,,i,,1a.       (,,     .....   1 ,.       ,,-.,  ' '       I .  I ' I  month after date lo the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies  for the Province of Uritish Columbia at Vietoria, lor jiennission  in ui.uige 1 in- name lioui the \.A\  inii ai:<l ('o!!in\* Disttift ITo<:pit..l  ���������������) the Cumbeilanil tieneral Ilos-  p:t;.l. lv.  P1CRARD  H������or clary  Da:e������i   tit Ciuulu'rlaiui, ti. C.  this 5' h day ol NoveiuU:, Aji$.  iruise sii) and vnru   lounu  w.ivti  one of these balls was sent flviti.'  'C    - .. Ma' ,  .<*-*...   .....     .......a,..,..    .1  \\'\ ..... .,. '���������  ,  . ���������'���������    .    I .  ��������� 1 .nit, ...IH.C6  l.l,i  |,i. ..   ...-  htreel  And tin \>odt dnro iml irown:  directly 1.1 liout of it, *.iea..y up-, X()r }u,f pav (()   ���������,������������������,, ���������������������������_  ,,: .     . 1.     .:       ,. 1    .      . *       i  '..    i          ' '    *  ..a..-,..^ -...-m ..,,���������...    j...-,     t        Vi uu riiniHT/ a.n ilu 111:1111.  1 '  ing.    i'ne ol these days the city , '"'or tlicy lovo to too the t,H l;ii,!;i,  1 to the uici.vu of Maceabeeu-m -  P.)lt Union . Cunila.-il.iM'! l>'ev..  iew, local ed hcie. w.li iiavt- ;���������  -apceiai inet'lii.'1 iu   Ijaisio: oi    i...  event.  ---    -o   Tile    flliU'M) of   tl'.f    '!,;!(���������   .|-l||'.c.-, ! 'I  II. Mel liegoi \'tg<,d 7^) j la hei j  ol Mis. Joliu J, Win, of ihi. j  .���������i's, took place at   V icUni.i    _ 1.1 i*  argelv aiM-inied.  ^Hl'.'  '. ie  .il'. ih ��������� ib. ::���������;  ��������� .���������:' e,. ...I  \  '  ' ' I*   ��������� I... I    I 'I  i".  will have to  face  au  action for  damages, then perhaps we .shall  g'.'f proper <--A'-iA fontro'.  Whjti tii'.1 hoyri fioiiic iiiari:hiii.r  home.  WuMl ptivo three, direr.', thur  lieirty clx-er.*1  For 'i-ir������<)f."l '77 f������.'i.r.  At he ii-iuarki', "ti-" Ibi-Ui.c-  V.i.b  F"r fiie ;-.,.i'.l ulil hinc;!; iuul  ���������..'inii.  We'd Yiva three ^rowl,-, llm--  i-'ohlierti' f-Tuwl.  {> r .iUf ;V-....,- *[���������' ���������,. ;[.:;,  i.f-l   VerilOli  Uu.lW U'n  in*" 1   I.i ,'..  ,       I >'l    111 r.'".' 1 -J I'-   I -.-'.-  . \      ^    .    , ,  .  Another mailer  ih.U  it-ijuiio"Tho thanks... all, i.oM. m#.:u an.! j,.'.!,"' '"''','''"'  I ,, >    \l   .      i!      -F   ,,    (.,,.'     .,!���������   It-,  jjolice pioo.(.Uu::,    boin   ni   11.e,        hji..-i!, \    i.,i���������('.., ...  ciiy aud on'si Ie, u thuiati >te.i!  iti;f." (mi- t-i'i->:n Ii.-*-. 'ond 'pa - *-*''  ill thu 1*   in'.tf-, ouSv via aa.���������.  AlC due. 1<1  C),.'.i'. i, ;  > ��������� :r <.".<i 3.  W    J.b.il.  <' I.i  A   I..I.  ������������      .   a-    ..-   I.  Wi,    [a-   ll.-   I,.,,'   ���������  Ami "<:-.'.    '  If.:' in l>. <'  "all THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  (By A. P.  Marshall,    Niagara    Falls;  ''.���������-'... yy .'������������������' ���������      .'. Canada)'-,' , ,  7.   If we went to ask a ninaber. of people what they Would.consider theem-  ,blem of���������'s'uccess ������in poultry,.no.,doubt  ���������in most cases we should get tlie reply  'tliat those  most  successful: are. tlie;  ones 'showing the .largest profit '"in -dollars" and cents .made evident 'by ,im-  proveRi'. liome conditions', by the possession, of automobiles and so forth,  apparently not lacking'for all that can  ���������-secure" what ".money., ���������"'v/'ill buy'.'.'desired  by"the,successful man,; '." ,   ,"    =  ' ,��������� :Does this really "signify ������tlie actual  .facts in all cases? :,We believe not. If,  ; of course, one considers'' money, making alone as-the one ahd. only end to.  etrive' for, then by all means the more  hiade will, increase the success'to thai  extent,, but' we, believe''more, successful breeders have ..many, many-times  beenless fortunate in the'acquiring, of  "riches than-some "who have been less  'gifted in tlie directing, and controlling  of nature;;,'^tendencies    and  perhaps  ������ largely too because the dbecliye, vis-  ��������� iqti't.'b- each' is'along,the lines they be-  , come most successful "in; ���������following-  ',', Jdea-s of  what;constiuit' . success;  [ vary greatly,, some.are-inclined: to see,.  ,,the. mattor-.aldng their own lines only,.  ���������while olh-?rs give the question a wide'  view a'iul consider success,only. as��������� it  .relates to all phases hva geherai;way.  BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE FINEST QUALITY  10 CENTS  PLUG  Swings, Boy;Fr6m;'v:':;;,;-N:a.:;::;  Path of Engine  -A..,.  ,, a '.���������  :���������&'���������  Great,accomplishments in many lines  "have been  made, by 'men ,who have  narrowed'..their 'effort so a. to train all  their faculties and energy along; the  ",������������������' o.ne line only. <������������������' Tii is has usually been  ;t at the expense of general."accomplish-.  ' ment and if real success does not" fol-  ,-; low the years of conscientious and "in-,  divual painstaking effort:, the progress  ������������������: made may belo-t': on account of yot.  [ having been discovered,.and carried' in--  ���������"': to use where ctavelopnient could make  "it ,the" relative  value' it  should have  vheeh.   "' -'���������:,''-:'7, ... ,-,* ���������      "  -..'������������������ =:: '.."'������������������.���������'���������-' ���������  :,.'', UIow^about-ihe/pouHry breeders? Is  it a-.'case1. oNprauiucing; something 16;  .beat tlie:ot,her fellow one year, to lay.a',  "record:   number dfCeggs, or is there.  some deeper, and -better  effort, being  .'ma'ile to;produce strains that will, be  ; .better than, in  the past so as to be  . iable to! fiirnisn.ini])rpved.(iualities'a;nd,  ..-make  for iii'iprovenient in: tlie breed  .wherever "this superior stock is intro-  "dnceih   Surely to win a "paltry prize; to  ���������������������������������������������' raise,   a    fine" v lot  .of'   chicks;/or  :*, even to: succeed in ���������showing a satis-;  factory profit balance'is    hardly  the  "highest success.; .This play be done by  spasmodic, efforts .'as. the;worker,-is  warmed   "to,,- his endeavors, by some  "special need, such as, fitting! 'for ;the  show' ;. or ���������'-��������� some  objective  retjuiring  ,.-.'������������������ clo^e application, for a time,; but. the  ' "otie;who-is. working'mosti:iiv th...,in_  ..'��������� teres't. of. the'poultry i-oHd'asa': whole  ..is he" who;is,carefully, iuid.,sysfeniati-  scally'd'ey eloping, lines qf improvement,  ���������^TlTTTL   uie   ii.\a;d !uiJU'~xtn*r7bc^Ti'a'a^y-*WS-6'  '"'-"��������� ;o_ ih"such av way: that-oh: account of  ;,. their jn'edbmin^nt ,relation to the'hit-  -��������� or-miss���������"���������������production: with which- they  "are, used, -help to improve "a.nd:���������st.aiid-'  'hrdize- for ���������i'tlV'.^-to'tlleiV'l'ellpwV: the-vfea-"  , tures.that hismethods cguldiiot begin  -. to .control.;; ';.' :'���������    ""''<; -���������;:' -������������������'���������.��������� : "������������������  7   Wven. th.5 iftan' who" mis. lit not in any  ���������7 sens.-.be a fancier, might be contril.ut-  ''������������������'���������'ing" to ;tlie:,ga.neral success by intelli-  hg<Atiy���������: selecting and producing sonic-  ���������v. thing'that was .capable of serving bet;  "ter ���������than whaf;he originally .had.  ; A*-  cuse..f!iat mi'giit. come1 ���������under this head  , "came to  the,, writer's notice a short  "  time 'ago.   Here was a man who never  .vshowed a���������'chicken: in.his life but. yet  'his (lock-:..wis 'unquestionably' the  re-  , suit 61' most intelligent,selection-and  care  in  hr'neiling,:" Th'i& man; was  a  , fiiecess in'.every way, for'.iot only was  Iih gett.ipg out of his (lock all the.com-  meri:ial';,value tliore was in it, but by  ,, careful system in brooding; ho was  .. building up his (lock to .liroilhce. b'oltar  "���������- and' bettei,1,Working with a purpose;  " 'iiioinind lui 'could:'select along these  ��������� linos  und   is  successfully..' obtaining  ���������w!ial. lie is"working;for. :  ;..;������������������  .,". , In sotu.:of the.niore popular broods,  "���������; wc aryuccubtmned to tUtribuUng to a  comparative  few,; 'wlio,,-' can;   attract  Jnrgc .attention  to  their success,  the  Railroad      Company     Will     Reward  Brakeman Who Risked Life to  'Save Boy ;-/ '������������������v;,-,���������:;";'��������� _  Because he risked,his life to save,  tliat: of a, little ���������bo.;JJH.arry. E. Duey, a'  hrakeman employed by the Pennsyl-,  vania Railroad Company, received a  letteT" of congratulation, and, special  commendation from--..the. acting president' of the .company. Incidentally, he  is in" line  for "immediate "promotion.  Puey, twenty-seven .years old, and  for live years in the service of; the  railroad, was on a train of loaded cars  descending a,; heavy, grade on "the  Snowshoe branch of the Tyronne,Divisionof the road from the coal mines  of;Centre county, Pa, As the train  swept around the -curve the rails; for  a great distance ahead,, were -hidden  from the view of the" engine' driver, by  a; string of,enlpty''cars drawn up;on a  siding.    ;.-. -y% ��������� "    ���������;.',-: : ���������-   ���������*������������������'���������   --.''���������.���������; ,;/,  Suddenly the form of a,boy,' three  years, old, son of a, miner,; appeared  between the'rails,iiv front, of the,train-  The engine driver:,at once, threw ;on  tlie .brakes; butthe weight of the loaded .cars" was so great that .they slid;  along; the  wet ;rails. at^great./speed;''j  Without ���������_���������;���������',;_n6__eht's.-' :hesitation  Duey, realizing the -sliding of, the "cars  meant death-for the child," ran, along  the running .board, a. the side, of: the  engine, crept down to :the pilot, gripped an f iron"bar -with- one hand and  their reached,,out with the other. He  caught the" child firmly by the clothes,  lifted him,free,"of the .engine.,and  swung ������him back upon, the running  .hoard and to safety. .: ' ' '���������._���������. ; ������ .:  ;".-. Duey is an;athlete and active in the  affairs of .the,Young Men's Christian  Association: So greatly- did the officers ���������of tlie railrgad admire liis bravery  that his .photograph and an "account  of a���������h.is act were^ ordered printed" and  distributed to every employee of "the  railroad.���������New York' Herald;,' '':.������;;  0 Protecting the people* y  Prohibition Does Not Appear to be a  New Theory" According to History  ���������'In, 1910-Governor Stubbs of Kansas  ;dtiivere'd'";an, address; in Qhicagd, in  which he spoke in, part as follows:  "Prohibitio >. ih Kansas is, hot the result of atmospheric conditions. > Rea-  con: was at -the bottom of it all; It  was not brought about by fanatics, but  by sane," sober,,,patriotic,;tolks ' who  had longer l.eads*uhd more common  soiise than the average American people had at' that; time. , ���������',;."v  "It was, not a .'.new theory. It; was  as old as the" abuse of liquor. Eleven  hr.ndred years before Christ "an Em-'  peror of,..China'" :.'decreed that all the  grape vines be pulled'up by the- roots'  and-burned to "ashes. China has been  a sober nation ever since. Centuries;  before Christ,,,,,-ycurgus, the great  law giver of his people, did "precisely  the' same thing in Greece. ,The Carthaginians prohibited drinking' inHl.e  army (.00 years:,before the Christian  era; Draco,' in his laws, made"drunkenness a ..capital offense. All through  history you will find it; and wherever:  it, was observed ���������. the nations;" became  greater and more, virtuous..,;  -"Prqhibitionns :the doctrine .-bf, self-'  defence.^: Kansas -is; simply protecting  its people from "the', arch" -iiiemy ;of,  human:happiness;, Kansas jomes are  protected : i'roni hn; infinitely:,,'worse,  enemy, to society" than, the burglar.  . 'rbhitfition; has",simply , muzzled'������a  brute that is ten.thousand times more  vicious than V. mad dog. ���������< It has mere-,  lycut out aaiseldss.expeuse that was,  mqre burdensome' on the'" people than  all of tjie.itate and county taxes.com-  __incd." When the, people of "Canada  wake, up to the" terrible truth of that  la'.t sentence the liquor-traffic*will.Be  doomed���������H. Arn.tt,:M:B.,,,M.C.P.S. h  rirnTT_7i;i~Tra-o~^Tro_rgwi^  gate: every new: discovery .reinvention'  appertaining to Ammunition; and guns  and, if ;f6uhdb practicable, to "devote  careful attention to their manufacture.  The. Skoda "works, in PilsenMia-ve,: taken  more than 6,000,000: crowns ;6fc,: the  stocks o'i*;this'new concern; -  :,: As, an example. of the" frenzy with  vvhicliamniuhitioif and guns are being  turned - out fpr the Teutonic armies.  The Pravu I.ldu states that the: Skoda,  gun works are busy night and "day. for'  every day inthe week.      '.',': "V   ''-r : "r  i-'o lunch progress'  Iiiil how '-about, .tile  iniprovt'iiienf  In  cred.t lor .inauuig  for their breciij,;;  llien   who -.produce  hreeds less��������� popular, povhaps .pioneers  iu au uphill light to gain populnrily  and devoiop iniiiroveriu'iil that bring  their fuvuriU's where public .iontiinciit;  wilt view lliem'iHoro'i'iivoralily'.' 'I'heii;  HiH'CCKs is ceitfiiiily Worth while and.  to niuisy who, liiiv't! :b-;eii l'ali.lii'ul In  K|iilc of every sort of adversity, many  of our boKtbrecaiii owe I heir very ex-  Islrll'cft,. ...    ���������     ',-. ���������  Kiii'ci>r',.s"ln, pouHry Is not as can be  mild-of anything thai. mhUit. bv .typilled hv lhe t'rliiiiiphiitil;' parade on  fihniilibrs. high "of one wiui has mude u  nioKt Hpi'i'tiiciiliir play and earned oil.  u most pleading,victorv, hut Is tliero-  null, of euivl'ul, KyBleimitic, iiitolligoiil  plugging ciTort, day in and day out, to  jirndiKM' soundiiing hctlci', soiilething  moro valuable,'thut. all wlm secur;; the  llxeil values can obtnln worth Wlillo  "iuul which will help improve the pro.  illicitly' vallie wliorov'.:r tin' Idncul of  tln'Hd Uuo. in iiiU'odiiccd, Th.'it rapid  (strides have iicon Hindi' lu many dlroe-  tloiiri thoro in no doubt, hut the lioiiltry  breeders want, inoi'i- Hivn iind woiiwii  ' who can see what in nocdi'd, who im  fl..!V'liiiid nature well and will produce  1 hat iii.pi.ov. mum ItiKpho of all ml-  vernily ihnl may urine It is hard lor  liii' average ninii or woman to retain  the (food "ii'iiulltii'H iheir lilrdft may  linvo, bul ii talc.'K a limwli'������r hand lo an  well gradually Ilx all doslivi  to  "as tu .Itiiprovc .thu l>i'.;,i  New 'Munitions Plant ������in Austria; 7,  The TYemdenblatt '. .'annouhces -the.  openihgin Ra'ab, Austria,--of.one of the  largest' ammunition and gun factories'  in the ���������empire," by a company iricorpor-  ated with a >capital., of'" 13,000,000  crowns-..(,$|,000,000) to which the Hungarian government v denoted 7,000,000:  ..crowns., .;.:,; -: ���������:.,;,./:.;��������� -Y.,:;.'*;-,* r;.;.,  1 This "concern wilhempldy nearly "2.0,-"  ;0 00.; m e n, ��������� a ii d: .is.,'e ci uipp ed to m anu f a c-  ,t,ure -guns : of. every; calibre. Further-,  No Refund on War Tax  Purchasers: of, Railway or; Steamship  Tickets Cannot Have 'War Tax, ,  :7-,.'7,r Refunded ,;;.;', ���������'.':'.;;'.  A matter of importanccto the public" arid .the railways "has;, beeu settled'  by;the government. A*nice; point has  been" raised ,.; as;-: to,; the possibility of  refund of the war tax;ih case :a;per-:  son should change his or her niind in  regard .. to; ,;the contemplateda trip' 'by  train .or boat. If the''railwaysMnsist-  ed upon;;the;tax���������;iii.such 'cases of,  changed, intention,'. it was altogether  likely that"the.public'.wpuldiset;them  ...ln:Wn-tr_' r^vlnrfinnpra    ;'  ''7y7'ir7''r V  Commonwealth  Visit bf Sir Robert Borden to England  >\- Marks Important Phase in History.  .���������������������������',,���������"'  of,Our Country    :,  Fifty..- years  agp  the  proposals  for  a  confeueratiou; had  just  been  submitted to the people of British North  America, aud in 1SUG,?the statesmen  of the colonics assembled in London  to  settle ,:>vi(li  the  imperial, government upon    the terms of the agreement "which was to establish the Dominion    of - Canada. ��������� They,    accomplished their mission."   The   scattered  and disunited   ,'coionies    were    withdrawn  tpsether'- .and  the  new  community 'was  endowed 'with the  largest powers  of self government.    By,  effecting    this    result ,, the .London  meeting ;in 1SGG completed one stage,  in, the- development    of the British'  empire.    A  household  had  been v set  up ;within: the -empire,  managing,, its  own .affairs, -. 'AVlien'"'"Australia,"    and  South:, Africa -were  prepared  in��������� like  manner to direct their own> concerns  they;, followed ,, tlie "precedent   set  iri  1806, and secured;from .the, imperial  government  their; tree   constitutions.:  Yet, the establishment:,'of these Dominions, 'while', certainly,, a milestone  in the" progress  of the; empire,.,' left  a long:.road still to travel;   The new  communities -took 'charge: of,, their- local; affairs,  but:,,they; had  as' yet no  voice-i ih conducting: ;the" ; business  common to the whole empire;   :Such  commori concerns:   were"left .to ��������� the,  gb'-erhment  at  ^Vestmirister...  It* administered the , great "dependencies,"  it  conducted  the  foreign,   policy "of  ..the ��������� empire," it .decided, firiafly':upon  peace: or; war,  it    retained    a  final  authority'' over, all parts" of -'the Brit-,  ish���������"���������'commonwealth. '  The  .'autonomy  of the Dominions -was ..thus  restricted within Certain bouridaries 7 anc* ���������'a  citizen of;Canada/;enjoyed a;dess am-;  p]e������"prei'ogative than a 'citizen,;of the;  United;1-;Kingdom,"   since the   latter  alone,:." elected /".the;'; representatives':  who  determined  the  ultimate issues'  for  the   whole   empire,    This   differ-"  ence  could.not  be permanent. ;The  Doniiriioris once in "control over their  owii    business,' move.,d- inevitably- td-  ^ards������������ a;darger;participation;in;.the  business,;, common."''-'to;;''the 7 empire.,  Hence the 50". ye'arii .since c8nfedera-  tibriohave: witn e's'sed a. series of '-meet-,  irigs dri London    no   less significant'  than5* that   of-; 1866.-'-: Colonial -states-  men":. have,: visited" trie" Metropolis,;of  closed toa representative of "a Dominion in per'son.; :[yh - ������������������.,' ;,.;'"."'���������. /' *  It has accustomed British people  everywhere to the; idea that the deliberations, of the" imperial' government  which affect all the empire can and  inust.be shared, with representatives  of the empire overseas. The idea will  take shape much nioro quickly; than  we should have thought possible a few  months ���������ago, in a cabinet truly imperial, not restricted to citzens of the  United'Kingdom.but including; representatives from till the. Dominions. :  ';7 The invitation'' to" Sir Robert Bor-  c.eii has prepared the> way, for tho  formation of siiclr a body whicli'will  deal wtih niattei's common " to the  whole British commonwealth. The  work of the fathers of confederation  will then be complete. They, gave Canada coritroUover her local affairs," but  those concerns which affected Canada  together with the res* of the empire  were' still left in the care of the,; imperial government. Canada w,ll now  have a���������voice in determining the policies which, in any way affect her and  will at the same time participato iii  the government of, the empire as a  whole. The hieeting of 1S66 led inevitably to the meeting of 1915. The imperial convention such as must follow  the, war. will crown-the efforts of'all'  tlie ".Canadian statesmen, who sirice' the  confederation of Canada have joined  ���������in^'securing for ."their country her  true;place in the, Bi'Uish :common-  wealth.--::   ;'-" .". : :'.-;.���������'".���������;;������*���������.'-* ��������� ;.;;������������������-������'���������  The Value of Shade Trees  Jo 'say' nothing.of"their' usefulness  in" shading the streets, from the summer., heat, green ������������������'trees have a subtle  innuenee on, the. minds of "city people.  flicir;,mere presence on the streets is  a-kind of gentle benedictionand:it is  not too,much to:���������say that a fine shad-  tree should: he, venerated by .all good  citizens and "moro than .iistml, caution  employed, lu protecting.it'from'harm.  ���������Vancouver Sun. *   " ;'���������,..;, ,���������������������������  th:  Living or. Our Own  Fat  Aecbriliiig to Mr. it. Ci. Wells,  raiiio'us novelist: ��������� :;,, ' ,;, , ,.  " ",:riio ppoi'e. classes' have .experienced -tio c!'iv.a disaster by this war,  Dn'-i'ho otiier nihil,-, uh-ono specimen  of the seenror classes, 1 llnd the caro-  fully arranged system of ;iiiv,csi.i,icu."���������'���������  ujiqn which,'., had relied I'or;my, old  age and for- my widow's security has  deprecated liy about :u) per cent. Wo  are lighting tills w.'.<r very largley. on  .itir ...aviii'V-s, on our Kocial I'nt,; tho  whole, I'.oiiuiiiinity is being impover-  IsIii.h;,. bul, 'elatiyely flic rich ,are  getting poorer and tlie poorer better  on',-. Much wcaltii is being destroyed,  hut iniich wcultli Is also being,, dis-.  t.i'J.Mtt.il."   ;���������'��������� ,.'',���������  - Accordingly; the railways submitted  the :������������������questions ..toy., the,, government���������,  what,should: b������-��������� done In =case unused  tickets, presented';.for"���������'refund to agent  before; the, train starts; to: agent or  general,dii'ic. after train, departs;-the  same 'prl-some following: day;,: ih the  case,pfjpasseriger:tickets; in the,;case  of ,sleepingrcar���������,t,ickets; in. the case of  parlor;.car":"tickets; -:;iri=; the; case". ..f  steairisliip,.tickets. ,��������� -The answer which:  the railways' received .was "tis follows:  :, There :cari";he iio������refund, of the tax'  under:; any circumstances.;,; Once the  ticket;is sold': and the, "tax collected,  it, is as though it were1 in the:"Ddmin-  iriion coffers, and nothing; but an act  of parliaiuentcan; get it but "again. It  was explained by the Do.minion authorities nthat: iir order to "prevent the  confusion, that would arise -in applying literally , the millions of tax  stamps that' would;-have been required : on railway tickets and the consequent .difficulties which would have  ensued owing to, delay" in af������lxlng,and  cancellation of stamps, the .present  method���������has been adopted, and, that.,ns  none of the. public could have .reti-.  sonably expected a refund on a' stamp  that had been affixed an,d cancelled,  it ticket were refunded upon, .so also  no refund may he expected wherever  a tax had; boon,acolloctedi -and .thai  ticket ���������umisiitd and refunded upon,  In other words, the. act of purchase  ,01": t'i io ticket lu accordance with the  Tax Aet'lsa completed transaction  bo far as the collection of the tax is  fioncei'iied 'and undor no clrcumstiiiices  ul the, law now stands could, it b^  refunded, To make ���������:, refund of the  tax possible (,,upecial itct'would have  to bo' passed by piu'lluinont.  IIUlllltll'H  wlthnui,  any dc-dred tralia iii the pro-  IriH'iig  ���������.CCNl-l.  j.reai aim I  valuable lo  lUtttt;  mi  I'vap-v the  prop  pi'uJiU  liiat  lliiik.-ia  il   t'.iiA r  lo carrv on IiIh fiitfirc y.-ui'rt un liii-lliui  ',- ' ,1     ,.    I.-.'   .'.-.    in .,..     ...la(,<V|,  s to uci'iiinii'iHli .fiiiri-lliliiK  his fellow nm fl iind'having  r-.-ward  it,'  "nr !i!iu  Moiifileur wanted thi. jilrtiiriY liuiif.  to tii:- I'U'ht; inndiiin'"' wunii'd i| on tlm  le..,'' Hut. nifin������li'iir iiiHiKicd tliiit thi-  K.rviuit tiould hum? Uu- piciure a.-,  trordliig io  Soiir Grapes  The Wall Street Journal is authority  for tho statement that lor several  yoa.H before thp wur started liothlo-  lii;i"n"\vns shlppiiii. from i)j pur cent.io  7. pur cent, of its ordnance output, to  (.Ifirniany.  Tliu.s; whenCei'inany could buy ordnance and  take It home,  'A was all  right, for the United fcUuten'���������to-���������el! it  lo, lier,    It,, is - fi nl t c������..- in  laiH'p.iif.  with  I Herman logic to sui up now that It Is  wrong to   lo the Hiuno thliig for tlie  iiillleH,    All  the  world ,kiio������,vs that If  i .-he could carry thi'in away, (.leriiiaiiy  j would today be a heavy Liiy.ir of war  i munitions' in lhe i'nltod HtiitcH. it is  | Austro tlorimu:  wouiided jiridp at in-  lability  lo ��������� t.iilii' 'lie gooilK away,  not  jiniy wroii'.v on th' pari of-the United  ��������� .".ii'itcH,.ihat prompted the Austria pro-  !   ll'-|il,-r.-.VIlllli|ll.'|', ������������������'I'.-'ll-glVlll.  1   ��������� -...  Ch.iin. .Utseci Only to Steady Nerves  :        a    ,, i.'l'i,--,.  I,,   | *ll!n������|i'nll'm   'l'nv|:-    i\it-  i liiollrihi',-1 lhe ���������l.'iU'iii! llmt the (IcrniaiiB  iCiiidli lliir.-.iin.'ii ii.'i'aiui; in a.-, if ,Ui,n;ini)c  jKl.ti. tu tile |ih','i,:..'ii ill ol'ilcr 10 k.-cp  iti'ii'in I'roni luavlim'tlieir���������Jobs, He says  | lhe f'hnliiH uro undoubtedly uhciI by  I tliein -HliMply to cn.abio the gunnerrt  in. (.ii'iidv iii������' vv.niponH and tliai the  ipnirUri' ana I'luiiiiiiui in Inn li.-t'inan  nrmy before the. war. It Isminy lor  , tin.. 'hoIiIIi'I'h. Io   iiiifiir.l.i'11   the   cliai.iH,  JOriCpSl   KlUI'  rij.ii*. imi i  uiuek anotl  "What i:  nuiHtl*!' iuijiiifiil. in ;���������  "It'H tO BiiVi- III'' Ul  IliS   Ol'lU'l'!*.      C(ltlHe.|||M|tly  i a nail 1������ th.- wall on tin.  .;���������   I.Olil.-,  I.'-   .....0    ^.t.t.t   ,'tiA  i r in on the lift.  rj.'.jl     sM'lillil    ll!lll    fur*"    111.a  tOlllr-hlll,1!'it-'  trtnilih. of tc\e]\-  wlikh  til hi'I'  :|!'(.  U'ltiieh.ul iiieiely to hooks on  i of the liii'ii'H beltH,  i A'R  Au-  V  th;* ladder tomntT-w '."-h'-ii mon-  , .ir will have- coirtc round to ihe  ew'i of tm'iiiame,"  vv. n. v   .un  Milk direct,,-from the cow to tho  1.11'clii'.'! with'rll thi' lojat inoilnriH i'Hiii-  liiuii'd Is lho i.'lilcl' tout uro of a, dairy  mcniti'd nt l.oruln, (). Willi the per  mission oi ti'i' '''ly noiiid t.i iuntilii,  tho iiiilluiiiin drivi-rt a .lertmy cow  about the ciiy, mill'liu; her at, the dour  of hln ciiiaiiJWiti'H. according to their  n*:"dH, M-.'.u-a,3 required by iho c.iy  U.> wear u whilo '.mil, put it hell on hia  row, and to if.co\i lib dairy at all times  iu a ...suit;..!', condition,  Not  the   German   Way  .Tho .gonerai staff of tho Russian  navy issue:' the, following,'statement;  A Gorman official communli'iuo licenses our sal lorn In tho Black Sea  of barbarous acts against Turkish  ships, alleging that tho HtiSHlans sink  vessels wiih tholr crews without Ilrst  exuiiiluiiiK them,  Although tlu, accusations nro mndo  ,hy u (.ovcii'tiiii-iit which violates not  only Infei'iinlioimr laws hut tho mm-  toiuury , principles, of immunity, the  general Htufl': feels bound to rol'uto  these ncciiBiitloim, declarliig that the  (loriiiunconinuiiiiiiuo Is a llu.  Our sailors destroy Turkish ships  because thoy transport wur material,  coal nml, potroli On ovary occasion  they n(|opt nil��������� inoasnroH to tavo the  crews, and tha ships urn only shelled  If they r..il'usa to stop iil'tei1 demand,  nnd In thoHo castiH the crews nro  always captured Ilrst.    r  In several.'uitsus the i-uiHom prcfur  to regain" the Hhorohy HWiinmiiig in  order to avoid capture, und they are  never   Ilrod 'ut, mid   all   those   who   .���������.]:')���������  an";   "u.V.t-n    or   toard   the  wtu'Mhlps nnd sent to Sidiustopol,  This rule is followed,��������� ov.,'ii when  thu ..Turklsli Hhipn, iireteiidiug thut  thoy wl.h to Huri'i'iidcr, open llro on  our siihniiirln'f.M, Spoclar- lists nro  mndo of tlio. pr'.aororrt ciipfureil, and  thev oroivo that not a sliigle mini of  Ihu captured crews has been it'll to  IiIh fate, All tho prlsoiiors ovory  timo , on press tlieli'-Hiitlsfuctloii for  tjio liuiiiiiiii) truiitinoiit iiccorded  thom,        '.'������������������'. '��������� .'   ,.  Tlio cfilisus of N'ow '  r.Si'.lfi.'l ivoini'ii nnd g  unhide of their ''oiiiuh.  the,; empire, uy take. part;,in:;imper���������^f  councils ' and :gradually, to; assunie' a  share, 'iiv .imperial .'��������� responsibilities.  The fathers"; of ^confederation;���������";,' have  been 'followed; hy^the" premiers" of;  Ganada^Sii- .ohn Thompson,1 Sir.Wil-  fridLaurierand'nowiSir; Robert' Bor--  den..;>;;;;'.'";'���������::��������� ;7.-Y-ryyy'-Y'���������'['���������. .���������',,��������� .���������--;���������'.  ;: Meanwhile the ' imperial defence  committee: vv'as; taking shape, in order  to co-ordinate;the defensive arrangements, of th'e.empire and upoiiut.colonial ministers were allotted t'aeir place.  It was only an advisory,;, body, to,���������the  British cabinet ' yet its -. membership  was so 'representative ���������and important  .as to give' its' decisions great :,weight-;  It proved, really ��������� an; antechamber Ho  the cabinet; those .who gained admittance ,to it were close,,to; the innermost councils of the empire. .Finally,  the great, war -threw:, all :'the doors  'Open,: It showed as, no,.logic would  havo done, how decisions taken; at  Westminster affected the lives and  property of British ��������� citizens everywhere... It proved"the quality of those  citizens beyond, the seas who wero not  yet, full, partners In. the common-  wealth. It showed that thelr-strength  and goodwill were necessary, to',,tho  safety of,the common flag. y  A journey by Sir Robert; Borden to  Rnglund at thi's time was natural and  proper. lie wished to dnspect Canadian troops whether in training' camps  or at the front, to cheer his- wounded  countrymen, to ������������������discuss"with the imperial.authorities the measures which  nil parts of the empire should adopt in  discharge of tho conimcn, obligation.  Ills prcsenoo In London'was a sign t.)  to our, friends und our "eneniios of  the unanimity of the empire, Still  tlu most sighillcant episode In his  visit, was tho invitation to attend ii  mooting "������t the cabinet, ��������� All tho j  other I'linctloiiH ho could hnvo ills-  ohnrgod and yet havo mado no advance beyond his; predecessors in  shaping the institutions of tho empire " Othor dplsodoH during his stay  woro, certainly" more dramatic, tho  .mooting with the rulers of the allies, the visit to tho Ciimuliiiii hnttoiy  in Franco, the -grout rcvUnv'. of our  eoldloi'8 at-Sliornolll'l'i.,, Yet no incl-  dent compare- In Importance with tho  Blithering of a fow clvllliuiH, nnlmriilil-  od, iiiiiittondod, siirroiinded by no  pomp or ceremony, to dlsciiHs around  a tablo lu Whitehall tho common''liiinl-,  ness of all tho millio:,s of tholr follow-  citizens, No colonial had over boforo  ontorod this council eliHuibor. The dual authority which tho cahlnot n.vor-  clsod hud not boon shared with any  citizen of tlio empire from beyond tho  nous, There now remained iio council  of the oniplro from wliieh a represent-  alive of the'Dominions should bn kept  nloof, n '  It is trtio that fho prlrno minister  nf I'liiiMihi ��������� nt'tPiuh'il thn iiioimIiip: of  the cabinet,by invitation, through tho  jCourtusy of thai Ur.tittli ^i^iiiintuil,  Uo wtm enjoying a privilege, not exorcising fi.j'lKht. Thu dlfiiliictlon '.s  Immatorlul, What uiiittors is that a  reproHftiifntlvo of thu Dominions tduir-  od in Uie (luul council of tlio empire,  )||S   riglit  tU   |.l.    plffiClit   'it lu   iiuaoi    hvi  iirgod. There will he no need of tirg-  in,; It, sinco no ono will cull It In fines,.,  tlon, Ills iiroHonco on ono great occasion Is a sufficient, precedent. Wo  proceed In our British way from fact  York shows to futit, rather than from one claim to  Irhi woi'ltlii-r ir other. Tho fact Is liiuisHiillablo, All  the couhhoIh of fho umpire were ills-  The Flight; ofi Bullet;  A Technical Description of;the Vaga-  ������.-���������',.'. ries of a Speeding Bu(iet ;; '  0 By the; tinie a; small bore, bullet  reaches tlie m'uzzle'of a gun it is moving- forward:;at the "rate of over 2,000  feet , per second, ahd."_iakihg-,''-_i'_00''  revqlutions; in, tlie"same time, the 'velocity giving it :an. energy of about 1,-  700, the rotation of about 17 feet pound,  together forming an enormous quantity; to concentrate in "a small object  Weighing; but' a couple of hundred  grains. The:rotation, '."energy enables  tl.i bullet to maintain its stability, and  thus indirectly : contributa. 'A to its  ranging power by ^ompelling^it to tra-  v.l end on, and constantly pi'fer;a minimum 'resistance io the air.jUnfortun-  ately.the whole of the'-kinetic, energy  of tlie gases "is 'not transferred to "tho  bullet,, for:; at, the,; ihstanttlie ���������'���������'latter.  :lea,ves,=,the -muzzle there,is a- tremendous rush of gas s past, it._This"'"muzzle blast"- is an: annoying.thonl in; the  hiAe���������o ft-th mAi a-H-i. f-te-s ahr- s iheer���������a-pa-rt-  f r 6m ������th e \v a. to o ty energy,-" the reis'' a  'tendency I'or"thos'e~l'aseis,, with a; high-  er;;muzzle 'velocity than;that of the"  bullet,: to sho've;the;baa;se of the latter  out 'of line,':. and ,,sp:;cause .the bullet  to���������topple.ovei'. Even so, this could not  occur were: it not for the t'act tiiat it is  impossi'die -to"'mako'.'.the; muzzle "of a'  rille������and!the' base of a huliet,.sovaccti-  rate"' that the'.latter leaves': the former  simultaneously at all.points,"itnd it.is  the. inevitable, slight .'symmetrical .rela-,  tionship .between : these /parts tliat  causes;, the initial tilting wliich the  muzzle blast accentuates,,, Elongated  bullets fired ��������� from, a smooth bore tire  found to be travelling side on at a distance of but'two feet,: in",coi_.eiiu_i.ee  ofn.this muzzle blast; hence"the necessity in these .long bullets of. a very  rapid spin, "However,.; despite;, this  rapid spin,, the ,bullet'still wobbles a  little at the beginning,of Us" (light, a  fact ���������wliicii,' throws light on-fhe aggravated traumatic . effects, occasionally  seen after close,rahge iiring,, A spinning top is" unsteady at the commeuco-  ment , of spin, it then "falls:,aslbep,"  and, so far as Lrau5slat.lori is concerired,  becomes l'-motionless, (ihally, towards  the end it,,staggers about and rolls  over. Now,,a Lullet;is an aerial.top,  spinning several thousand tiniesa minute on a layer of ������������������condensed' air; like  tha fov cotinterpiii't, it wobbles at Ili-Ht,  then becomes .rigid, and finally, at the  end of long (lights, ,whon Us rotary  speed has considerably fallen, it again  becomes "unstoiui"-- lOngln.ering,'.'  Shooting Cures NervousneBS,  . Mrs; Ada Suhllling 'of, Sail Jose,-  crack shotgun shot, .recently hrok i  moro thnn' W7birds out of a po...ib.e  100 at the throo dayH' trupslioot toiirn-  anient,��������� hold" .it Veiuce,  This is conceded a roiimrliabhi aver-  age, ������������������says thu Sun ...Kratioiscu Daily  News, Mrs. Schilling will soon go to  lho mountains to bug somo g'unie~-hlg  ami small. Some ot her best shooting  has been dono on hunting trips; target, shooting only keeps lior in priio-  tico, .Mi'Si.t-Jehllllng, bogiiii.her ctil'eei'  us a liiiirltHWi-'iueii with a rlllo ;nt In-  anliniito taigets; shotgun miootliig  wns taken up later and sho now do-  clares It to lie the better sport. "Using  a filiotgnn"gives a woman self coulld-  ence," doclaros Mrs, Hchllliig; "It  quickens tho action of tlio oyo nnd  brlijgs every muscle into piny. It is a  positive) cifni '"������r iioi'vousni.'B,s,"  Important Home  Movement Launched That Wllf Me?.D  \      a Saving of  Money to  Pepp|e ;     '  :/���������;"*'������������������": '  : of;the; West;';,       h;Y[y,\  In the little towii:ofrDugald, aia_v '  some  short while  ago,  a  Jiovement  was launched in a very quiet and un-..".:���������  osteut-atious' \yay  that -will probably"  -spread  ovor  the   entire,, length, aud '  breadth  of  Western ��������� Canada,   revoiu- *  tionizing hundreds and, thousands o������'  western, homes. ���������   No    publicity   waa , ���������  courted at tiio time, and tne proceed- '  ing in question although of tno very  highest, amppri^iice nearly escaped Ui������.  attention of the press altogether.'    ,,, ,  ; To vgive "a  brief ������������������'.narrative    ol' thi ���������  event,; and ; to  describe  it just  as   it*  happepeu,, we,might say tha; on a; cer-  aun Saturday ai:ter_oon rigc andSauto-';  mobiles  were- converging, on  Duga.d;  just as if it waa the ur.t.day of Ue;''  country fair. ; By������tour o'clock; in trie -  commodious with    hall "that    stands'"  face to face .wtm the village cnurcii������7  about -sixty or;:soventy; ladies,,- uiem-,':  bers:,pf tho;Economic : Society,,; had1"'  gatheredV ;A tittle /after four o'clock'.������������������:  ivlrs, McBeath, the,, well, known- woma:. ,  farmer of Headirigly-who is;always-t_v "  the front in any movement calculated'  to imprpve the,hdomestic ..condition's;'of.:'-'  this , country,   was' introduced  to;'tki_  meeting,   aud   explained' .that"at ���������'tha'' ,  request   of3- the "Agricultural ^College. .  s.-i. was ;in attendance to give' son.e  particulars,,of  new;;/ ami;  up-to-date ���������  methods   of ,honie   canning,   such-'a.;;  were now being,, so extcn.iveiy used: .',  throughout:'jthe-^United; States..1 ��������� ,Mrs.  ���������  McBeath; theii': explained how about .i>'.,l;  per cent, of the yegetabie,'prddudt,s, og"  \Vestern: Canada: were thrown on- the> ;  waste; heap,i every; year,: for^ lack: o. .  some reliaole,������metliod of preserving" it.;:  She proceeded, to.. demoiistrate"-liow: i:" ���������';  was; now possiblev_or every farmer'a ^  wife in fact'eyery house'iiolder in'the,"-.  country; to   can : inexpensively,: every ^  kind of .vcgeUble 'that x'ah lie"'grown.  Slie.rcad ainimber of-:lime tab!es;for:;  example :Siiowing how" in : ah hour!:or-  two , it was {.simple^ task '-to'icaiv h'u'n/' ���������','  dredsof- pounds'; worth Of sweet corn,;''  beans, peas, lpmatoes,'b.et.,;���������carrots5";  in fact every'variety,of,vegetable and.  putthehi .away: for:,future Use, as "well  as;all kinds of.fruits." Some'glassjar.f;  containing corn >;aiid p'eas;.ietc.,.;pickled /  fast-fall were  passed around, 'iuhhh  was observed tha;.,they;were%s sweet, V5  and fresbuin������color:and "taste as at tha?:  hour: .whan they :werofgiitfiered:- from.;.:  The stalk. ���������,;n ���������;.. :y :y ,���������',, :ry ;-.������..-f ':;Xhh. A7-  y.Considerable"enthusiasmwa. arou.-'i  ed aniongthe meriUiers"qf'tii. 'Econoin- i  ���������ic  SoeieLy,': and,::'ln ;vi(^:,of the ;tact  that "the . entire, cannipg  outfits,; par-' :  ticiilars  of  which  may,;be:;������had:frohj;'  Prof. liCe of the Manitoba Akricuitural,'::  College, cost .oiiiy'Ia:few dollars,-.liiany;'.  present sighiiiect: their; intention "of'in-  stalling oiie of these time savihgiano.  money saving:,apparatus, ami; of 'tlnia:  ecoimmiziiigtho.products of their owis: ;  g_?dens,: and cut'viiig-down living ex* *:  penses. :' ,':'.   ���������������������������:; *-.7h7[-' ;'������������������:;'���������;������������������'.''" :���������.:;. 77"{.  Mr. Newton delivered a very pointed, and interesting''address,, in which.:  ..e ���������'���������.pointed ���������otit:,that  if -sucli   outilta'?  were  used' throughout the. west,  th.;  actual productive powers:',of the country: would be. Increased BO; por-'cehf.;.  aiid,.fruit:and1 vegetable's'now throwi*.'  'away and  left . tov rot,:, would: instead  be preserved and would   represent'a.;  saving of hundreds of.thousands b������ '  JpUnrs, Mr. Newton amiised tho meet-:  iug by, tolling how lio bought a, larje*-:"-  ,iiunibor of turkeys in the \Vlutor, and  just when tlia, frost was breaking up-  In the .spring lie found lib: had lift/  birds -left. ; He .could  not  eat   fifty;  ...ii'ils,,.ho explaiiieu, in a weo'k or, tun,,  days, so ho deckled to can them. Till.-  he did;-JUKI Mr,;New,fou is still eating ,  turkey  us    fresh  ami    dullcjous    as  though It had,: been Killed, ami'tlrossed  oxprossly   for  his   Ghrj.suuas   di,������,;ci*.  faet,is   inter.'Uiug   bociuitVa) ���������il;  shows  that,..-.���������practically , nnytning cnu  bo cun nod by tho outfits advocated by  tl.o Agricniiuriil college. ,  A  iiiarkef  gardener troni  st,  Nor-  ..t >also 'addressed the mti.tluti' aiid  'xpUiliied that- lie:had sow������!d over i\\o<  ���������.ores, of. licum* exprc-isly for tut.inliig.  do stated; tliat, tho u.sofiiln.v*l..of such;  ii; ou'iilt to tliii ni.'.rkct gardeiUM' was,  ncaloululilo,  hucausu' It, enabled  hint,  ,o pri'sorvo ivluil ho wouh'," othorv\is-:a-  iiivc.to, throw away.or sell,at uupru.it--,  ible prices,,, ���������       ���������  ;*1  ��������� AS?.**''-  . '���������>;'  .������������������������;������������������.-; "i  Canada'B Work  Afitonlshinont  I  AotonlBhus British  h expressed at the  Ottawa Httita-MiKMU thai llritlsli govern-  mont Qi'dei'H In ('aiiada for war sup-  piles now reach tlio enormous tot ul of  !|_(l,000,fJOG.  Tho Hi'itlsh public little realize'  the Important aid .Canadian Industrialism Is capable of rendering In  tho present war.  The VA\ M'-.W f.nvctto ������ny*>';'  "(liuini'fil lloi'trnm'B llgni'i'H nre a  rnmurkahlo di'inonstritton of llie capacity and vitality of ���������Cnn;t,d',:t as a  niuiiiifucturliiK centre, Tho more wo  nun'tlopf-'iid on Cnnnda nnd lhe oHmr  [)_;;.;;! !;;!!���������;   !ri   t')1;:   l'i.'-ji"ft   Ibo   lir.tlcr  Gas  De|.08ltJ  HUl'VOy       0(    llla-a  l.)   (1,1,.   n.'Mi  lt will bo hulH off ft.  tllQ SIIOWB,"  'Our J.udy of  "I liavo (solved one problem,  Imvo a lot of soiled dlshcH  when mv wi'o gotH honm."  "Ilpw'H tlmt?"  "l'vo broke.) molit of 'em,"  I won't  on hand  Survey of Oil  nncl  A uoiiiproiii'UHivo  oil nnd gas deposit,, of Cunuda U-  umlui'iircpai'iifiou lortho noviriimciii,  iiythominus jrnnc.li. Il.wlll'.'de.il pal''  licplai'ly-w.ih gnu l.l Oiiiario, iiiu oil.  resoiirt'iK-i' in "uiurlf and Alherfn, ami.  Ihi. oil hIuvi'js of tl.o liiarUInio provinces, Tho nmvoy, no fn ,ihow guo.l  poHHibllltlc.H iiiid'whyii coinplctod they  will form a g;.od Ido;, uii'to pcruiaaout;  vi.lues, It Is 'nndP.i'Hli-i-d tlmt i.h>  Hliowlng of.. In Alborta Is upfiHuJi  as to Jiifiiil'y tho r.peciil tion which  occurred I ant. you'r tli.ru on the bu.U  of certain oil diHcovci'lo'i,  ''' Cahndlnn "initio comi.ilsfiion.ri,'    :a  Kngiiind repor. n big demaiu; for f!rii-  lul.nn apiilcu, hi.'cai.i-e It, Iti ..-'iior.illy:  'loll.ivoil  thnt.  largo    <iiiaht.ltIoh-  will'  probably lliid.tliblr wuy to tlm troop;,  in tho thcnli'OH of wnr, ',Ah a  rotihr.  I tlioy Htuto that a nevcru KtMiuiimg oi.  Ith,- n;tiiii i uA kIAiyAv prlii.a I, c,,,'  lain,  Owing, however, to nhippinc;  Uf,  I (lenities and  tho idici'lngo (7 ve;-:Rol;i,  the prospCa'iH of thero bi;i;ig largo Canadian Inuiaii'tt are.not, biSght    Whll;:>  sonic c.v port:h think tin' elchiy million  , .      I ,-. ,      C-     ,   .    .1. ,     .1, 1 >,, I,       1  lia.H'lli    ..'.,...     -.. --    ���������      a,,,.,    ... a.   HtntoH will he foitha;ouiiiiu,.;otImi-H ctU  1'iilato'on only half that amount roach-  Ing llritniii,  Wlfo'���������Oh,; Ocorge,  your promlKO.  IliiHhand���������Novor  of.y.o another,  ,��������� you'vo    broken  mlml, donric;; I'i3'  ood terf THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  bf  EAT IMPORTANCE OF COAL IN  UCCESSFUL PROSECUTION OF WAR  DA VIP LLOYD GEORGE MAKES STARRING APPEAL  _s  Soldiers Piling Up Savings  In Addressing the Coal Miners, Urging a Greater Production  Coal, he* Pointed out that it is the British Miner Helping  the British Sailor, that is a Big Factor in the War  Mr. David Lloyd George has made  the Grey Sky School.  of  .niany important and eloquent speeones  Biuee the war began, but lew of them  have equalled in erfect tliat which he  niaue to the coal miners in ��������� London  on July 21, when, he appealed for a  greater production of coal. Here are a  tew of his chief points:  Wa are short of coal In a great  crisis.  We are suffering from the patriotism'of the miner. A quarter of a million of tneui have gone into the lighting line.  Coal is everything for us. Our 350,-  000 casualties were iullicted by German coal.  Parties have disappeared for the  time being, There are two new parties  now���������optimists and pessimists���������the  Blue Sky 'School and the Grey Sky  Scnooh  In my opinion the sky ds mottled.  The events in the east mean that a  larger share than ever of the burden  of the struggle will be cast upon the  shoulders of iSngland.  Victory moans the fate of freedom  for ages to come. Freedom implies  the ngnt to .hirk, for others to defend.   1. that fair?  After praising the miner as a worker, a politician, a singer, a footballer,  a soldier, the minister of munitions  went on to say  We  are s.iort  of coal  to  run  the  country ,in  a  great  crisis.    The  de-  . mari'd,. for coal .is greater than ever.  .The supply of labor is less than ever.  . In   times   of -peace    coal    is    the  most important element in the industrial, life  of  the  country.  The  blood  which  courses  through  the  veins  of  industry in this country is made by  distilled coal,    in peace and    iu war  King Coal is the paramount lord of  industry-    lt enters ii.to every article  ,   of consumption and of utility.  It is' our real international coinage. We buy goods abroad, food and  ' raw material.- W,e pay not in gold,  we pay in' coal. We pay in diamonds,  except that they are black, and not  ln gold.   '      ,  ^Cdal briifgs meat and bread to us  from   :.he "Argentine,    lt pays across  tlu counter there for it out    of its  , own pocket.    Wo cannot do without  coal- In  war it-is  life  for us    and  ���������" death  for  our  foes-    Jt    not merely  fetches and carries for us;  it makes  ~tlie-mat-euiaJ.-and.the_machine.ry__\Y_ii_ch  ' It transports. "  It bends, ��������� it molds, it fills tho  . weapons of war. Steam means coal,  Rifles mean coal. Machine guns  mean coal. ' Cannon mean coal. Sheila  are made with ooal. Shells aro tilled  with coal. The' very explosive inside  them is coal, and then coal carries  them on right into tho battlefield ������������������ to  help our men.  Coal is everything for us, and wo  want more of it to win victory. Coal  Is the most terriblo of enemies, and  lt is tho most potent of friends. You  read that terrible casualty list given  ��������� out by tho prime minister the other  day.    Three hundred and,, fifty thous-  >���������) and British soldiers, They wero  casualties indicted hy German coal,  by .tho Westphalian' miner, working  , ..In cooperation with tho' Prussian  engineer���������without stint, without' reserve, wtiliout regulation, putting  their strength at lho disposal of  tholr Fatherland,   Coal did that,   '  Yes, and' when' you Iind tho Gorman flag banished from tho face  of the seas, who haa done it','    Tho  ��������� British miner   hiilpin_     tho . British  sailor.  1 havo stood on Bon oh y Head. It  la a lino sight In days of war. You  wiil road in the papers about tho  advance of the German legions, and  about' their gigantic armies, and  there you will see scores of great  British ' ships tranquilly gliding  through the waters without any in-  torferonco.  Why? Coal propels them, and  conl protects them. For It you will  only look for a. short time you will  eee a Hritl::h battleships tearing  nlong, You may not hco the coal  .moke, because the coal cornea from  Boiit.li Wales,    But    you    know It Is  Let me ten you what I think about  the sky. The sky is mottled. There  are some peoplo who can see nothing but the black menace in the sky,  and they imagine it shows a lack' oi  foresight to -look at ��������� tho wide  stretclies of blue still smiling in the  heavens.  Thero aro some, on the, other hand,  who tix their gaze rigidly on the  clear azure' abovo the seas. They  deem it disloyal to take any note  of the dark thunder clouds that are  rolling up In the east and the grey  sky wnicli is haug.ng so neavily over  tho devoted piaina of Flanders and  of. France.  But sky staring, is not enough for  us. We havo to put torth all our  strength. The events in the east,  whatever they mean, portend that;  they mean that a larger share tnau  I ever of the burden ol this struggle  will be cast upon the shoulders oi  Britain. Do not shrink from it. We  must pay the price ot victory if we  mean to get it  Victory has its price. It is no use  calling attention to the cost we have  incurred���������hundreds of tnousands of  casualties and millions of men gathered together to go into the battle-  held, thousands oi millions of expenditure ��������� which we are incurring,  'i'he one? question is, whether it is  enough. It is no use trying to  bridge a 12 foot stream with an 11 foot  plank. <������������������  Wo have but one question to ask  ourselves���������we of all marks, of' all  grades, and oi all trades���������are we  doing enough to secure victory, because ' victory means life for our  country?    (Ilea?; hear).  It means the fate of freedom for  ages to come. Thero is , no ���������' price  wnich' is too great for us to pay  that0is within our power. There is  too much disposition to cling on to  the amenities of peace. Business as  usual, "enjoyment as usual, fashions,  lockouts, strikes, ca-cauny, spree 3,  all as usual, -\ykges must go up,  profits must also improve, but prices  must at all costs.', be kept down.   '  Freedom after all implies the right  to shirk. Freedom implies the right  for you to enjoy and for others to  defend you. Is that freedom? War  i_ like a fever, a deadly fever, and  rule.  Most of Those at Front Ar. Heaving  Pay on Credit  Canadian soldiers at tho front, Including those who are now prisoners  of war in Germany, are piling up quite  a tidy little savings account with the  Canadian government. The pay allowance to the Canadians is in most  cas.s beir.g held to their credit' at  the London paymaster's office, as the  men. at the front have little opportunity to spend money while in the war  zone, and prefer to leave all but a  small portion of it to their credit in  London. According to advices received  at the militia'department from London, a considerable portion of this accumulated pay. was recently invested,  on the request of the soldiers, in bond3  sold by the British government in connection with the recent war loan.  The Canadian prisoners of war in  French Determination     !  Are Acting as Though War Was Going  on  For ,'ive Years, Sayg  Kipling <���������  Following are extracts from a private letter from Rudyard Kipling, visiting the French front:  "I thought I realized something of  what was being da.ne by Fr_nce. > I  see I am now only beginning to understand what France is doing.  France is1 not merely fighting this  war. She is living it���������living it with  gay.ty and a high heart that doesn't  for a second hide the cold, deadly earnestness and tenacity of her purpose.  1 can testify that tney bear themselves, men and women equally, resolute, without pride or self, pity,  "We had tea the other day in a  town whicli the Boschas shelled because it is full of women and children,  and has a tine old church.'  The ecl-  A POWER OF GREAT BRITAIN IS  i BIGGEST LE!  STRIKING VINDICATION OF STRENGTH OF NAVY  The German Fleet Might as well have been  Captured  or Destroyed for all the Service it has been able to Render the  Huns Since the Outbreak of Hostilities  pilars of the houses were a hospital, but  of  Germany  are    also   accumulatin  government credit at the rate ol , no 0Iie ,u-0U]Ul that chacry .table up  about 75 cents per day. The pay al-1 stairs suggested or even hinted at the  lowanco of those men from the. gov-1 perpetual strain under which thev  ernment is being continued while : livo So far as j cnI1 see> ti!ei.- [s nol  they aro prisoners, but it is imprac- a sin-lc individual from one end of  ticablo to forward* it to tliem in Ger- FraIU,e to the other wlio is not color-  many, and the monthly amount due! ed| guided and soaked through by  them is being regularly placed to; tllcir ptl.0���������g (..termination,  their credit, less the shilling per day j ...rlie readine.s and endurance and  or $1.75 per week, which is being! n~;im the ijohth.artedncss among  forwarded through the .Britsh waritaem -s marvel!ous. Thev don't stop  office through arrangement with the, tf) argue nbo���������t t],ings, Thev are  United States consul-general at Ber-; as,.roecl tliat the on|v -00(1 Hosclie is a'  lin. The war office is forwarding a ; de:ul i.osche, and ioyouslv and zeal-  shilling per day to British soldiers , 0l,slv (]o tnclr Dest tcJ ,n~lie it sa  who are prisoners in Germany, and it j -j think their abundant health and  was not thought wise to allow a; pojse and -(.evil' .truck mo most,  larger sum to the   Canadian fellow- i N'ext was the state of their tranches,  prisoners for spending money.  Russian Wheat  Granaries tn; Southern Russia C>ver-r  ���������'*-. i -���������; -loaded With Grain " ���������';'.,";: .'���������'-.-  "Grain dealers and ���������cereal farmers  will'he interested, in 'a report' recently  made " from ; Petrograd :;by,.;Commercial Attache1' Baker- ,-He says that fho  granaries of.:. estates and;;farms : in  Southern .Russia are overloaded.w.ith1  grain -left'���������*over from the last crop.  The. grain,can ^emoved;bnly within  the'i limits. of the same; district,',not  from one district, to; another, .the. 6b  which are "built and drained' and kept  as though the -war is going on for the  next-five years- . I. had- the;;hick tp see  a very -rare; thing in this war���������the. review of an 'army ut. 40,000 on" parade.,  .There .is no, ceremonial; ..simply':-the'  passing} of-: hard ritteh -fighting men,  that made it all the more" impressive.''  A Homestead Suggestion  Plan Advanced ,to>Ke_p Homesteader.  7 h.,; A-i   7pn the: Land   .-  There';is;nd,greater obstacle to ,the  real .progress- of ..the:.-Canadian  west  than the prevalence of, abstanteeism.  ject   of .such 'restriction is. to'./prevent ������������������{ The' effect of this is to keep settlers  "--���������"���������- apart form one;another, to hinder cooperation ,"':.- : in , th . j'mproveiiient :; o_  roads, and''to interfere wtih' the work  of churches ,'auu schools. ..There will  alwlys,, be ascertain amount of isola-  ~'i  speculations ; In ;%the ,: section> namec!  growers of wheat and rye have ...not  been subjected,:to .any,embarrassment  im consequence of not .being able j to  ship ^from'; -Odessa "ithis ; year.> The'I  demand from?Rufesia-itself has proved  tion to settlers, becauseof large farm's  .unexpectedly large:: The'Vbahks, have (but that js more easily tolerated'than  tEe^rules WnT.H _re~TllDTfiCaT'.le~nt  health aro utterly unsuited to 'a fever.  Restraints which would be irksome,  stupid and unnecessary when a man  is. healthy, are essential to save his  life in a fever.  What is the use of the patient saying, "I must nave meat as , usual,  drink as usual, in fact, more than  usual, because I am thirstier than  usual, I have a high temperature,  so I am more parcnod than usual;  there is a greater strain on my  strength, so 1 really ought to have  more than usual, lf 1 want to go out  why should ��������� 1 be conlinod to that  little bed?    Freedom   above   all."  "���������But you die,." "Ah," he says. "It  is more glorious to die a tree man  than to live in bondage," Let Britain  bo beaton and, discredited aud dishonored, but let no niau say that any  Briton during tho war was over  forced to do anything I'or his country  except tliat which was pleasing in his  own sight. Ah, victory is not ou  that road.  Tho trenches are not all in Flan-  dors; every pit is a trench iu this war,  a labyrinth of tr.n.ii.s; every work  shop, Is a rainpait, every yard which  can turn out the munitions of war Is  a fortress; picks, '"-shovels, lathes,,  liauiniors, they are i.s much tho weapons of tint' great war of .'uropo.iii  liberty as ilu,,bayonet, the rlile and  thu machlna gun, That man wlio  I does not handle them with all his  I strength is lulling as much In his  duty as the soldier who runs away  from the battle at the front, *  What, happened-tue other day? The  .Vow Hen land battalions ahd tho Ana-  ind in ns,. woro oxpooling a Turkish  iitlack. What was the effect upon  thnm. No man would'go on the nick  thorn" for vou seo tho vessel tearing i UA. Not all the doctors of tlui ro-  aiong, and" ymi ltnow thorn Is conl | ginieut could persuade Ihem; there.  In lis bunk-m, and you know, If thai was no siiirMng; they said, "Not uu-  need iirlsoH, those mighty cannon on I til lho attack Ih over and wo 'hitvj  Ht decks will bo tilled with ills-1 llnlshed the Turks, not until then  tilled coal Hint will scatter deatriic-i will wo go into tlm hospital." That  tion to tho foes ol' our country. ', In the spirit which nloue will enable  Then  Mr.  Lloyd tlcorgo dwelt up- us to win through. Nothing short oi  '   It, wlll achieve vlclory  nexpectedly  assisted farmers and'.estate owners to  hold .unsold 'portion's ;of their������ grain.  There .has,been no, need���������'.,.-for-'sacrifice"'  sales'- and'the prices' paid have been  "satisfactory." ..If the-route through' the"  Dardanelles ^s.houjd'.b'e .opened, probably, mori'Sudden;;cr heavy' .oversea'  export���������.���������'���������movem'ent-;f.r6'm: Odessa; would:  ,deyelop."",;;The^'.necessity of;,; holding  {back:large 'Supplies as' food, together,  ^i Hv-i>h .^aet^feha^  is, largely given" iip to military work,  would make,: anyl/rapid: movement; of  wbeat.to Odessa^mlikery, hind ���������;'"_. ;the  -'miahcial;;pdsition/:bfi::Russia", makes it  desirablo'that existing high prices for  grain, should : be,fairly, well" upheld,  since ''grain:' is Russia's, best cash/asset  the government 'w"6u'l*'vv������-pr6b'ably,'.dis-  courage'������������������;-..: any .sudden f eavy export  :movement,,;,:such ��������� as:;.might tend<>seri-  .ous,iy" . to,'\dopres,v the; worlds:. wheat  markets;',:,!.',;',77.Y":   7 ",.'':;".' '.��������� .���������:"'.".''���������'"  Loss Due to Weed3  Be  Some    Systematic   Effort  Should  ,-     Made to  Grapple  Successfully  ;;"':,-.;'.-;.i:'::'WjtlvHhe'..pr.blem'- ,'���������.,.���������.,.������������������;,���������  , Tho "'.fossil to the 'farmer from 'weeds  generally. is^'Obvious,..enough to the  most superficial observer, ..Any weed  takes up as much space ih a field, aiid  draw's, to itself as much of the sustenance .afforded by.the,cultivated soil, as  a grain stalk docs, iind lit represents,  therefore/a dead or unrequited loss to  the owner of the crop. ,Ono o!'"tho distinguishing marks of good as contrasted (\vlt.h'poor,:farmilvg:is tho compara-  Uvchabseiico'.-of. weeds, and a largo  part of the time and attention ol' students in agricultural colleges is, davoted  lo learning how to grapple successfully with this obstuclo to success in  farming, . .: 11 :';  No practical farmer needs to ho In-  the disability inflicted oh therm by-the  intervention,- of -lots the owners- of  which do...-hot"either occupy,: them'.,or'  And others who are "willing ,to do so.  -A 1 suggestion ha. 1 been",sent .out .in  circular signecVhy President "M_l:nock  of lithe < Lethbrjdgeshoard'bf-trade-to,  the effect that,"service"tin,;established  farmsf.dulylcerti'fled by fafmers;";:'or  "attendance latiagricultural schools ;or:  ���������A'q'jj_jrj^s_-\v-i.t j_-gfti'.tj _j catpg-ofAffiA p.n ch'lL  Might be "allowed ito "count; as: part of  the "homesteald; duties? at present;; re-  ;t.uir"ed; Withotit.'goihglinto' the,",merits  of ithese proposals it 'is: necessary to  'consider, .whether'; they.;, would, hot.tend  to aggravate the evils "of" absenteeism  by; lessening the "time during'which  the;,;homesteader is* required/.to, live  in "good', faith: on his1 land.";' *: ���������; 1 ...  :;.,:It 1 ,is 1 perfectly-, obvious that 4he,  .homestead regulations are loosely; enforced, or, there, would,;be less1 vacant  and uncultivated land iii the west. The  minister of, the -interior;.ought, to;..���������bo  able to devise.; some means of lessening absenteeism, and to "obtain from  parliament'legislation likely to be^ef-  fectlve in securing, the desired result.  No owner should be able to hold land  unused  ,and the most.leffective.vway  ;tO  Had Admiral Mahan lived to see the ���������  beg nniug of the second year of thec  world war he would have found in tlie  events of the lirst yea.- the most striking vindication yet recorded of the in-  iluence of sea powe" upon history.  Except for the British ua������y, Germany today would be master of the  world. Germany s marvellous preparedness, combined with her unparalleled military resources, gave the Teutonic allies a commanding advantage  that all the rest of Europe could not,  have withstood had land warfare alone  been ablo to determine tho result.  But for the liritish domination of the  seas the war would be over and civilization prostrate before triumphant  German militarism.        ,  .  What has been accomplished by  British sea power has been carried  through without a single conspicuous  achievement. There has been no decisive battlo.-- Not, a single dreadnought has yet been in action except  against land defences, or has sighted  a hostile Hag at sea. None tho less  the work of tlie British navy as a  whole is the one decisive factor in the  war. ������������������ ���������  German commerce has disappeared  from the ocean, and hundreds of thousands of tons of German ships are  rusting at tlieir piers. Except in a  clandestine fashion Germany is cut off  from all .trade'wtih the outside world  and compelled to manufacture for herself whatever she needs for military  or civil purposes. Only her Baltic  ports are opon. One by one her colonies have dropped away, and month  by month her isolation is more 'complete, 'i'he military consequences of  that isolation will become more aud  more.important as the war proceeds.'  Since the battle cruiser engagement  in the North Sea, iu which the Blucher  was destroyed, British sea, power;,ls  no longer openly challenged by Germany, which is satisfied to wage a furtive submarino warfare against unarmed merchant ships and keep Von  Tirpitz's navy snugly hidden in tho  Kiel Canal beyond the range of British  guns. In the midst of. this sniping th������  britsh navy continues to do'St_ main  work without interruption, whilo tho  losses sustained by. * Britsh shipping  through suLmarine warfare are without real importance as affecting tha  outcome of the wa".  British and French commerce continues becauso the Germans cannot  command the sea. The Allies have th.  manufacturing resources of the world  to draw upon. More than a million '  soldiers have been lauded in France  under naval convoy without the loss '  of a single transport- British colonial  troops are transported from every  quarter of the globe as freely as In  times of peace. The operations at tho  Dardanelles have been made possible  only by the Britsh navy, and but for  the British navy Russia would not be '  able to obtain the supplies of ammunition and guns without which no further resistance could be made to the  German advances. _lo-a'of the splendid courage and devotion of tho  French people in this .conflict would  have been futile had not the .British  navy enabled the French government  to supply-tlio equipment in which the  army wiis so fatally deficient at the  bc-ginning of t.he war.  " Much has been made by captious  critics of the falluie of the British  fleet to "capture or desiroy" the' German fleet as it was ordered to do whon  the war began. But the German- fleet  might as well have been captured or  destroyed for all the service it has  been able to render fo'the empire and  to-German arms. A fleet which is so  completely overmatched that to invito  battie is to invite destruction is practically .non existent for all tho purposes to which sea power can be put  in time of war.  Whether the British naval officers  have done all they could or less than  they should, the fact remains-that  British sea power has saved'the Allies  from defeat, and that if Germany is  finally crushed, it Is British sea power that will have determined the issue.  ���������New York World.  ,������:";:? J_; I'liiglitning ,i "Rods'. ���������; -J.*?;..  Annual Loss to Farmers by Lightning  *"'.    :iy----7--,\s -Very, Large".. .���������.-''  '-lj.The-1 ahnuall' loss; inflicted ;;,onl;fanh-;  n'vi. Kit-: lacrl-it-nlra rr io ii in flap- rlrron-no-'l.lI pa  v-t-a��������� u-jt���������__.-,..._������-������,���������-������������������������-_^v..���������-    a_3cy.-w_.-a--  ;very.; large, and;, it lis Va;! matter ;"of.;. the:  utmost, importance.: to. them to,\ ascer-  talh .definitely whether: this loss is pre-:  veritable. :;1 For lall^practical; purposes,;  the efforts,; to discover or invent; some  means" of safeguarding isolated,,- build-;  ings date from the time, when Benjamin, Franklin discoveredthi.:identity  of'"electricity-.'itnd;lightning, more:than  a century aahd;a half cago. cl ". , 1 \  " -Franklin 'was the:'- first,; to,;"suggest  the;pra'cticability of "protecting,building's ��������� from:-'lightning 'by'1 erecting on  tlieir "highest'' points iron: conductors  'communicating, with" the ground. Ills  theory on lltjvo ' subject was"-all. right,  but, defects in construction made the  ���������lightning rod. sd ineffective and, often  dangerous, that they" were for ,a', long  time ,  utlerly; ;and: not unreasonably,  constrain* the-, owner,,to cultivate | discredited, -Thero i. now good rest  and crop'his 'landMs. to,,.Impose on .it'fs'ori1     to -.hajievo   tlnit, ;;as   Professor  such a tax as whuld deprive him of  fho "unearned increment" ho hopo  to enjoy at tlie expense of tlie community.���������Toronto   Globo.  Improving Live Stock  Good Work In Connection With Diversified Farming In Saskatchewan  The llvo stock branch of the department of agriculture for Sa.kiitchuwan  distributed   during   July  and   August  over three hundred head of high grade  formed tlmt cortnln weeds are spc.- cattle and, purebred cau. o'to thelarm.  hilly hard to eradicate, because tlmy o>'3 in; tho province.This represents  mny i,_ propiigateiLby means ol' under- '*������������������' 0,RUll>' Pi over J,IO,000 which tlio ���������  ' farmers have, made to improve their' Hb<)  ground steins as well as seeds; among  theso ai'o the woll'I,no wn..'Canada sow  thistle, the couch, grass, and tha perennial sow thlHUb, lilxeoptlby frequent  herds.  Tho high grade dairy cuttlo consisted, uKilnly of llolstelns   .and.  Short-  disturbance by Plough or disk ...���������rriwl'^  Inn dry, hot. spell, It Is extremely dlf-'J >'���������   h   -^ ������,u;riS,U,c*,in u,t,,u " " '"  lleiilt to kill  couch  grass,  hr-caiiHo n i bL-\������.iil> li\o    puit biui  on tho Importance of tho minor and  wont on;  It Ih tho fun I. Hint lho country In  'In peril, Hint prompts the appeal to  oil Clausen to net nnldo overy regulation. Can anyone doubt, rending tlio  iteWH Intulllgoiitly, that lho nil nation  Ih a Hot'loim, 11' not u perilous one,  I Hpoiik with trepidation when I rotor to this,  Tliero lined to ho a naval school  itnd a military school, a naval nel'mol  which dopi'iuled entirely upon the  non iuul upon tlio navy to protect ua  ngnlnst Invasion, and 11 was called  tho llluo Wuter School, The now  inirlles uro the Bluo Shy School and  Allowju.ro fnr Crmiuiians.  Will be Paid $l.it> a Week Tltutiyli  United  StatCB  Ambn������sauor at ���������  Berlin  Tlio Ciimiillaii prisoner.,   of war In  Ooriiiiiuy nro to receive $1,75 u week  e*,*".':'!!.'.';; ���������!i������"i,y  v<"'r,tl .tlona, bctwi'im  tlm Bitiitih uml German government.  havo resulted In an arrangement by  which the British    government   will  forward itovtm   hIiIUiubh ii week tup-  firoxlmaloly $1.7n) to each of |u Holders now' prlHononi of wnr lu (,,*riminy.  Tho money will bo Kent to American  Ambauh.ulor Cu'uvil ut Merlin, who  ���������will hoo thnt the money roiichoa the  Brit lull and t'lin.'.dt.tii prlHOimifl. Tlm  money for tho Canadians, whllo Rent  ���������with thnt for tho other Britsh soldiers  In Gormany, will bo provided by tho  Canndinn Rovcniment.  Thin will bo i;ood news to > the  friend, tn thin country of Canadian*  who wero captured. I'rovlouu to thin  arrangement, Uio prisoner*   lot   Our-  Tho peril Is n grout one, tho peril  la an Imiiuullato ono, but 11' tho do-  mocriicy ol' Britain rise to the occa  sion, thoy will onco mor. triumph  over nil tho roreoH of ilosputlHiu in  l.uropo. Nol hi g wo can say can  possibly do nmi'ii to coiivlncn the  peoplo of this coun'ry of the dun..or  tliun tlio fuels that iipponr 1'ioin day  to dny In lho papers; not Ihu licud-  linen please, puh:, them over. Head  tho news, please, nnd tho men who,  lifter doing that, do not undi'i'slaud  the peril or their country, would not  boliovo It though ono rono from tlio  dead to toll Ihem,   "  mnny received no money nt all as It  l ,1 I'I       ���������,;fi M      ������;   ]   llj   .,     I   ;  i",iiiiuri>il, his pay I'lopu.  Notice of lho urruiigoiiient lias jiiHt  beon riicuivod by the iiillitiu department. The hoy in (!>irm:iiiy will have  $1.75 with which to buy cxtniH each  woo If, KnporlH received I'or (ierimitiy  tliroiiidi tlie American ambassador  Hliow thut tho priHonoj. uro iiurly  woll trailed In that country. Tholr  rations are very plnln but of n fair  quality, imd with tho weekly allow-  aneo tholr position wlll not bu ho bud.  Sir Johm Fronrh hits n doublo In'  the pori'.on of ft r'Tpectod triid.-Hmun of  ArmmitluroH, named llenriot. The  llld-iiioHH Ih paid to bn r.*iii(irluibl<>.  whllo In othor roKportn, nmh nn  height and manner, tho Hlmlliirlty Ih  very pronounced. M. llenriot In  known fi������ "1������ P������*rn rrernli," iuul Ih  vory proud of tho distinction thriiht  upon him. It i* hia tervont wish that  ono day ho may Imvo tlio honor of  mooting hU i_.u-Ul.u_ double.  grass,  ,'ininll   fi'ngi|ioiil  of  tho  undi'rgroiinil |  stem ut onco becomes a new  plant, j  The sain. Is true ol' the Canada lliudle,  which has the additional fault of being  ciipnhlo of |)ioducliig Intonim Irrltiillon  by Hh pi'lcklori.  Tlio perennial how thistle him become a very 1'onnldubln pest In Wom.- i  urn Canada,    lt Ium tlurc iIoviihtuicd |  n largo niiioiint ol' fertllo hind, and It |  bids fair to online looses running well ,  Up        illtO    UlllllOllH    01"    dollllIK,    lllllCH.l I  somo moans of cliecliliig llu uiviiroh  arc found uud applied. It la very product Ivo of needs, which ripen just he-  I'oro the grain In ready to cut, and It  spri'iidH also by minimi of Hn under-  Mound stem, pli'i'ci, uf which, quickly  lako root and becomo now planls. I'ul-  tlVIltloll    CllUHL'S    till)    hOW       tlttMl.lt-    to  spiv.id, uuli'SH It huitcoiIh in klUIng It-  lit Maiiltohn, according to the Winnipeg Tribune, many Holds of grain are  I hiu year nnt, worth cufllng on iK'coiint  of Hh prevalence, and unlos.-a symein-  ,,H/>     it'divl"   oi'o  miidn  to  ovtiriuitii  il  tlio loss wlll bo uroiitoi* with '.'iich auc-  CUUllliU;    >VallY      'llllallliil    ������l'l'l,Jja..  ��������� We Hnd lo Flfiht  Wo could rot have rciiiiilnoil neutral  In Ihln Htrur.glii wltlnuit |n*traying our  olilinalioiis not liu'iely to th': ualiuiis  witn \Miuin wu an' an.in, out tu i,in  whole cuuho of olvllixatlmi In Wuropo.  I'higiiiud iicutnil or indiiicri'iit whilo  Belgium wuh being ruvui.oit, whilo  (lorniiiiiy po.iroil out her wrath ami  her frightful ness ujioii tho iuu.u'i'iit  population of l''ranci, und Htampeil |.i��������� ���������������  inllHiiry di'MpotiMii upon a.. I'hiropc,  would havo b.'i'ii an Bughiiid wniiii  l'mgllHlnni'ii would hnvo liespisfil and  tho whole world v,mild h,i>o tioulud. -  Wufltmiii.tor Uuzutte. \..  Tro������**������ can bo protected from Injury  by animals by J;copln��������� thn nurroiin-l-  lug eroiind c I oa n uml coating their  trunkK with ������  brought from the  bust  bulls ; wero  herds in, Oa  Day shows, a trustworthy system of  protection,by means of,, metal- rod conductors, has been devised, and ma.y ho  inexpensively utilized, .-���������:  , There is -good: sense In the 'suggestion that; in .most: cases, the conduct-;  iii Scroti being itself perfect, the I'armcr  shoiild" himself affix."it tol his 'house,  or. barn. The directions given in ,th-i.  published bullatins are easily followed, and the reasons for the various  stops nro easily1 understood. Tho two  points to ho kept in view are tlutt-Uii*  rod , should ho absolutely .continuouH,  and that the lower end.,should jiiy.stink,  sufficiently deep In' the ground to  reach permanently moist..onrlli,1 und  the. moUitor the bitter, A I'e.w years  when tho tower of -llm. Toronto'  city hall was struck hy lighlnim,, tlm  Globo' published a theory put, forward  hy an oi'dliiary farmer wltlin bout.for  He lniiintaiiicd, tlu) ill-:  iy the OiOctrlc,; curicnt  ll)l|:-U  mvo''ptiPRod from iiorl.liw'Hi to ������<,uih  o"a������t���������' undor the riiito" of tha proiai'iit  building, uud maintained that to Insure perfect fafoty for tlie lihll '':  would not be ���������difficult to .'obtain prnc.  Ilea) results from" it. npiillcatioii,--  Toronto Globo.-  itndlcatod  that  a   water cour.-ac  Ui'lo at a I'ost of ovor $M,0Ul> and an;  now ut tho bond of new herd. In San-  luitohownii,  This Indlcnlos to a great dognc  whul trend the farmers uru tul'ing,  suyii 1'. F. llredt, acting livo stocii  coninilssloni'i', and hIkiwh iilainly that  wil mn a   very shoit Llmo Snslsatcho-  gtlViniT iMllVOroa YeeVCl������'lbCS  wan   will  huvu diversilicd  I'arming  I'lcslili's Ihe cattle, hiiuop uml swiuo  which lho ilaparluii'.iil dlsii'lbutes In  tlio lirovlncc, prlvato InilU'ldiuib, have  taken the inalter of iinpurilng Iioimi's  very i-x-rioiinly uml tho piovinci) mumls  today with u.) good a claim of hor.-.a:.i  a    can bo found in Ciiuaila.    In fact,  It    In    lii-lli'Vi'd    tliat   tho Clydr.'idal.i' ������'ho do ina hi*.' tU'-.-i  luii'Hi'H of tlio province cannot liu lm-} v - rl������ ia*uii->>. .. .i.ih An  ]uu\tft i.ii, as thu u ry li...L niru. of I the dl<t, i'l"i d n.ai      ^    ^  tlm llr.tlsh I11I0.11   havo   boon In might; of conlniig Un-iu, hii.'.ii .-!,- a  lur;! ami their progeny In open mni-  tin  of foiur.i.ln  Ag.n'iuii.ni  p.-iitioii     hnvo.   tin.011   eliiiiuploiiniip I     l'i:i'  a   lur,..-  i|iiiiiiiii>   01  alter championship. 1 pr.ipwitluii  lo    tne  i|i.,.iilily  I'rniii prcsi'iiL iiiillc:il.limK llir ill:-lrl-   Uih'.or,    to    he    cuol,-'d     lo  but ion of Mhoi'p wlll Involve rtnuhil:'. 11'l'i'iimoil cabhii'v.    an    Uo-  ���������    ' ' -   ni     1,.,,     li,  IqillirlH Of  llig j;i;>a��������� *.>  cut i',.|j...'i;  1' ll.11:11,1'   Ih  A, Suggestion  Practical    Jnfonr.aticn   ' Should ? Bo  . Available   For"1 the'Young   iVen'  \Al U ri'___\A/ ���������_> U . * T*. .-^  ���������  *-n ������������������    -   *r-~l~ ������������ 1 I V~^������f"l>3l I (.W���������"rlil II       1>W^  Farmir._'  There will be a movement-towards  the1 land during the .next few years,  and many young men will be investing  their available resources iu intelii-  gence, brawn and money in a piece ot  land.  1 To the average man who has no',  been through the mill, the problem of  acquiring the, lane anil the course to  follow* in order to make Uho inves.  ment pay, Is a knotty one.  /.iJ'O'the yo* ir "man' with *, good  knowledge of agriculture who haa  irom one thousand to two thousand  dollars in tho bank and who decides to  go'out for himself, on a halt'1 section.,  A thousand dollars is a neat sum la'  cash these days, hut it dwlndl?s quickly when spread over tho purchase of  kind, implements, horses 'and seed. So  does twice Unit shin, but It must'be admitted that thu. amount- of caul.  should, in the nature of Ihiirp, give  an intelligent, hard work n^ 'young man  a chance to malic a start on a piece of  land, and such a pi'os.KCtivo farmor  should bo nivuji every chunco.  lie finds In malum, enquirlofi, that  land ca,n be rented choiip, and probably with an option to buy after 11  glvon time, Then ho sets in nn Invon-'  lory of his I'oro.sary equipment, an I  having dono thin ho 'ond.'iivot's "lo i'o ���������  mulalcn system of farming to follow  .or.roliabl.) and quick rclwrni'.  Tliat Is a big probb'iii, and it should  not devolve wnolly on, Urn unlnillafi ft  tiiiti who is lookinj', lor ft Hlui't m  farming, . '    "������������������  Our agricultural i.iqi.u'liucntii would  I'O'iilcr a .-!,glial si rvh'o to tho youna  men ul' (.un.ul.i hy caiefully applying  t'.ii'iusi'lviH to tin; iiolnt!' ti,of ihis jiro-  uieu. Taliluj, a rcjt.-,o i.ibl,; iimmiiit of  cai'h, tlicy cuiild I'oriiitilato a plan  wh.: .1,,, ll.'.,.'' v.,, h t o.ild i.c Uf.Cil i  tlm very bmt iulvanl.,gc In giving It.'  owner a huh t In farming, That doon  not iticroty mum a hi,pi'"licnl Ht a t<_-  ni."ll|, of tlio price of Ibo I ui Ml uud Uio  ps lo grow and how to cut  Method of Cooking V-_etni>lcs 'rl'at  Can Ho Recommended  Tho niiiiiy piii|iiu who ln'iii'Vo lln-y  cun not I'.it ...lilm,,!', iMiillilortci,  oiiionii, and lorii.il-, w.llinut --.:n*->-_.__.  in.iii Indu'.e^ln.n, and tin- muii> otiia.1 ,i  Htl'lillK  Vl,l,.   .   Vii-  ;c  thoir  Kind of or  liv.iito."  li mi'iin.-i-'ilr. t iIh;-,, moi't ocoti-  OlllicSlI '-tlH.i.    ,)f   Dili,    Htflll    10, vol- till),  lnnd, under pronont cotrlifloiiH govonr  iiig the uvii'lnliility, of land, tin 11 or.cb ,  idi'P,  JiiisI.  as  lho  pro'ipoctlvo: buyer  slioiild i'n It a It,.;���������li6uli. bc fully 1JI1.uuH.i-  ed.       .. . . .     .  There I. a grout, dearth nf UiIh kind.  rifpi'iK'fli'al ,;i.<irnis,;,U,iti and much of.  gn-al "vnhi.;   I'tui'id   le   put   In   ���������.villi-  .,..., 1 ,���������'���������iblij  form  0.1  tho subject  of jmUlnf.  >',   '!' ' I'1"'yO'.n'i', man .with n fuuall iiniotiii',  ciiplia! on to tin, laud,--Kuril, and  Ilil'll    lal'Vlt'W,  niotiiod  .K.a  Uin.|'-  ColU'gaV  Wiit, r   in  1,  onu  liffii'lii'oiu-'lit to th 1 province in  it yi.-.ii'ii. Am coinp.ii'.'ii lu iai.it ja.ir,  the inerta.'io will be Ini.) liiu |������.r '������������������ ut,  <;>sidi' riiiif.'!) i'Wis  li'mii tiio  wc -ii-rii  i.i,������  ;itly  ���������i   I--11 Co  Bulli'd  piojiai'i.'  (.'iihii.igi',  l'l\'l>'>t'W:i  iter  ������������������"/���������msrlenn* Know Csn.id.'a  Tblfc fount ry'ii: 10 near C.'innda, and  so tlinn.ii)������lily'liil'ormc(|"ci>ii(:oi liing tho  i-i'.fvnt, ,'t'i.f-HiUi'ia���������:-. .iin.i prui.i'0Krt���������������f Its!  i.ciglibor   iii'i'OHH   jiut   tiorilioni: bouti-  I.OIl-  i>. rn  in*  I.  i's u, mu  ri.ni'ln'M  will  li ��������� hroiigiit Ihn  lariin'i'rt i  in tin: middle and 1 ni.ti'i'ii hi'i-r,oin-. nnd  ioii't'1 l'i'd 111 ii������*-������    win bn ill-cur'>l  li'mii  Ulllill'lO. Jjlll'lll)!       lill-      l.l.al,      l'.V.I      ,������l,ll.a-  tliuru Ium been giViit i.iti-i'i-.il tu 1.. 11 \  in thi-' hlioep-ralsiii., ImlUHtry and Um  r.-Hult ba tliat lii,jiinimlu ul n-iiin ,ii-i  huvu reached I in* live mock hi ik'Ii  this yi'ur for go<������d nh.'i'p to ntn u .Hum  t'io lluclis which now ix kI. V.'ii.i uu'  jnci'i'ii'ii' in the prlco of woo!, I.uniri'i'  liaVi- flilJHil lt pIDl.liil lc lo i:Xl.' *..i.' in  the iuduMrv mni tin' liiiUiliiH ^ivi-ii ny  tlllO     dl'pilllfltl-ill      Il.ua     ll.lll     Kl,*i>'      '"'ll*-  licial cliectH i.t.ii I'lMilitM.  DuihlliiK * foiwruU- tank till,'ft ulii,  a window, 11 H'oldi do* lot Hiiiil'- li-d  In ni'tthiK a iiumbor of motion photo-  j loll 1.  lelii'la-r whon  tried  with -a  fork,   Drain at ouce mid aftft one cop  of medium-whlto aowo. Tne mixture  may thru b.i pii.ci.'d In a well butt '���������;o.l  milling uiui, mi rn ,1  cruiiibH,' and bi"jvviii;d  own, .    ���������  Unioma,, wulll'lo'ivor nnd tiiru'pi-:  mu'']' ho prepared In the n,.ini! way.  Smnll oiiioin. idioiild ho l.oi:ei| wlio,.',  iar.,cr ones out In qtmili'iK, cauilllow-  ��������� ���������I' lll:iy  ho )i-l't.  ill  tllf  i.o.l'l 01' Ihu], '11  of   Auu'V-li'Mi  hiid <*it.r.'r.*' 0'  till  of  [A'A'I  Uu:   1  1   flirt h  111    il    ll.O i.'l'.li  lulo  ������������������lllllllll  I..- I  ('(ml.Ill)-,  um 11   pn.'������''-.'.a..  ji.   out'   ill   Ollthl  .I V..siUi:..,., -t   all  iiio;    'ih  aim  tu;  white or pi'l" i'i-*'1 n  In l/i.. iii'ii-i- if- ii"'  lliiMi r  i h  nun h  'i'i  i ,���������,  11 c  j ..tal,  oliir,  uioro  cail.'y A  b'.i'.'-iloA    Ih''  fr.i  H-n  lui'iii  .nu         T'-(,'M  >i linv.- vl'i'tcd ihn  1110 iininiiiloii h'ni'i  ., I   thi ;.      ;,t ���������   ������( i|  i'   I'd I.ullll    l-\i)itlUH  1 vp'-iin   tin-  rroat  i ,.,   ,   1      .,.   11 ,     (',,���������., 11  ..  a- -v 1 11111:11 t oili-ii'l i'i 1 In- New York  ���������I ,,1 ki'i Atiii'i'r ii'.1-; l.iin.v (.Miiiiilii  Tin y rju luil him- In ri'U Upon Mi-ciml  h.iiu'l  liifiiriiiiitiuii  abiiiit C.ia. cimniiy.  <",v M'hlll 1    l.l" d-'T.  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At l.'ev.H'". iw- ���������?..'��������� fir    tippij'^ rnbbisK of any ilfi_':ri;>tif,'ii  :jr*������n ������������������ -, **: -,-.rt _t.i --.'(vra  rr.ifr-tv.   <.'.! fl.o-,> ]'���������:).  ���������.jiyva'ltero   u[M;n   ,fii._   t-onipatn'!>  I . ).���������...  ./i'a'.aiv        (.*>.'    a'aC'lUi:)']     -i - 3' ^ j' \qX\ a'l    '^1 i 1     CK.    pfO^eWlt^i     t ���������-���������   'a I ^    full  ��������� ! '.xtfiil of t'ie la*.v. '    ,,'  ..*/.;*> Aiil-Hh-t  T^AaVufj       -   j. ii. LOOK ALI1\  c.-u.a jti i-.i.h, .-at 7.30 i"������  rn-j.   '  - I ��������� , ...G-ctioni! J;ia������R^or,  ������!.:v.  iieiii-v V,'iW������i   hx:;,r.  J ^      ,������       CA\Y:y (Yi,y,  ���������'���������>_. K._i.  ii'ii (;:.()Ri.:-.,aS ny:;r;Y-, .  '.'*'*.UIA.>;   CH C!���������:.'_!'��������� |     Hiding o;i U)v'!o:noT.1 f������.?s a:t1    rati  .���������v',:...u 11 ii. 1:1. n...'1. '1  .'. i;i. I avay enra  (>f   tho   nuimt   n-.iilir.vj  '     '      '.   , .a,a      ,;,     ' , ��������� Coir-*i.iiv br .-nv   mvi^u   y   }*x-\    XOTlC-K- iv Iiomov, j-ivoiv I hai, i  *]DUNSMl/.R, M'-J?������������������_)_:  'CUMBERLAND.  " *- ***.jiiww;.. .-.-k* <\--r  . ���������_v__T*':ie_!'i.'.-r^  I  _:-i_,*___-'"_T.  ���������~'__._.-X*.3t.������.,"_JH ������T ������T'.���������f ^.-.-j-.**���������,_! 1  i.'iQrc.t. act, 1010.  l-:'t c'-iuu 4-.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section 41.  .'���������'.Ml-   ^  i- ihhi ^h->t.\:*>.%<) p. ui  ']'���������<��������� i-:-y A'-i-'-Um*, Wo.''!-;A.',d'-,y'i vc:)  .? ���������:. ���������'.'���������''���������'  I'-irlnr,  V. -.} ,|C,   Ll'lalxl.  ~oi-.A���������ir.ct*)-A :Biiu::.*.v-iirir.rict^*|o_n t|i������ 1st duy 0i 'DwomiiM i.������.;, NOTICE i9 hereby given, that,  ���������, Mivol.-MteU. l.mpi'\r������'. -re w}.<- \ oppliO'ininn will be i.i-.d;. to U;o 0n,ll>e 1st dav of DecemhervDext,  "   - u-, .���������.r..;t���������,s.al aorall^Ti-a;*   -������*..-* Surfri^ni.llent of   i-nsMna:--! Ad -;     *]iwtion ~^m be  niade  tothe  .-.'���������..-,  ,\v - Ka.N'ai>jo ���������Va^couvku���������IRpUTt.  . . ��������� .' '.- ��������� ',. ���������..\sl..*a3i(lav, jp. ;ii. ..., ��������� ���������.  7'  s'ui'r,! Yhy, SushI'.v, 4 p. 11:....  '.    ",���������'���������',.... ...���������)  I.-slaud, N.iiutiino and Vjutcouver.  ''  ,0 ���������>  ,i - > ������  ..bn. UHI-LNG���������Leaves Vancouver, Snutrday;'" S pm  For No.n.i._uPi "Uinou Bay and Comox.  ,"   Subject to change without notice.  ������������������������_������������ jxn>tn tey-^rr^ixtJxx'rrtJtBtrjint^wv^xsiKas^  U    ' -������     ' " '  EP ^5TO EKSR tm 5S. a '^      BSB^ KSKta &3BS  . 1 s  a j  Manufactured1 froni the  Best  Canadian   Malt   ancl'Hops'  a      ' >".       -       ���������*' "  Isetieir.-Brewing Co  T  at,������  I  'K  t  _:  Cumberland,   B, C.  I Also "Agents for the Famous   U;B.C. t  t     ���������    a and "New Life''  Beer.     ��������� I  $ ���������   ��������� i  H^*^^^W-HM**4*4*4^***H*4i^^^-l*^^  };'/  P.H1PJ'  Watoh Begairnig | ;~";  jicof..r���������l.....w.,UF UiMiofA   li^������������<-:a,;iperir.,end,nt  0f Provincial Pol  j:   R.   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