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The Cumberland News Nov 25, 1914

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C C.WLDN'ESUAY,'   NOV. jj,5,  :qi4  l<������^^nr4'can<fW,v^__rfWErnb-t>rr-c  tr>W-g>TUH_-MM ii_iba>aCrr������iifc^������_w.aTm Ji-������i<^^<roJre?CT v������a:  Lnapefw^������-������t������K������'r-.������_)W" ���������_twro_T.j_t..'i'_mTm������:i-CTF_qwrz-^^  car3_rt������f-ua������a-^arjxi'ij._������^cf9Bvi_vt_rK3Uin^^  i������'y ^t'YS^m'^L.yb'- ���������������_  Yb -'���������xi.ymYm^hY. -Ah  $vr.iCiAi":-:vs j'l.o-. a Ykak  t/  'fl ,viH������r?_siTRasc:_CA.aT_(_rj.mr_t'Tri".^^  New Stock of Fail Suits for  Men and Boys  On- I;'rt!i'Il:i'!i_o of Men's Overcoats i.',i splendid value., and'  tlio s y eu:ar������ tiio vo> y lntest,    rrioos'li-cai $3.50 to $27 00  Men's ?uits, right up to 'h-s ni'.nute,' al. from t!3 50 to $30  Qui steak is coinp eto arul.oui- servic.es at your command  Boys' Suits��������� \Whave 'ho largest showing of boys' 1-uits  tver.shown nt thu Hig-3.ore. Our prices aro very _i.d_err.ta,  a.id for quality you can dtptisd on us,  __,  Leave the St ran  Chief ot Police. Ward, has had  word' I'miu h's hrother Alex ,  wi-thitjii). Imperial Se^Toi'ths -in  Fr.uice-.     Me was   well at time uf  w.ntiue;-.  Mr. ,A:. Mi'lviiiuuii has recent-  ly received a letter from Mr,, A-  laiiti'f. loruierlv ol' our public,  ntuli!, hjit now wi'h the Canndinn  Contindent in Knol'iiul. Tlie letter was dated Oe'-: 'b\)fh. and it  was HXjieolu.l thar. the contingent  would letve for Kriniwi in annul  jiix weeks from that -date.. He  t*po!;o ol lone- marches nnd slron"  nuns training work,  "Ii'ti a,Lung Way   lo   Tipper-  iiry," hns  hccouie   lhe   iiiurcliine;  snii"' nf tho   llritUh   army.    The  words mv:  Up to niiglity   London   ciiiiiean  lii^hinaii one dny.  Ad the r-treelri are p-iv'd wjth j^ild,  sure every one wau guy:  Singing'   Pongs    id*   i'ieendilly.  Wlniiid nml Leieesler S(]iiui'u;  Till I'nildy gut.  e.M'.iled, then lie  r-]111111o(1 to tiieiu there:  C'lIOllUS:  It's a lung way te Tipperary,  IiV ii long way to  go;  It's a long way lo Tipperary,  To the swceicft, girl I   know,  (lnnd hy I'iee.ndilly,   farewell Lei-  eesti'i* Square;  Jt.-ia a lung, long  wny   to   Tip-  pernry,  Jhil mv lunrl's right there.  Wi'.dy wi-'Avn letter tn !il= Iri.li  Ali.lly 0,  {.nviny: ''Should yoii uot   ruci.'irc  ii, write and let  me know;  If I uinke iniMakes in KpeJl.ng,  Molly de'.r, snid he,  ��������� ���������lielii'-m''"!' i'1''" ���������'", \W{1 ',",,''( "m''  ,,,,���������'( |:i\   t'.,c nl,tllin cu |!|e.M  M   aii'l  c_xr_?.v_ :__.-.-.-���������.,_.-  pieced in*  Oil  he. to   titan,i  Fur love has fairly drove me pilly,  huiiiii'T you're the same."  -������Q>-  Ch.arlie Sce.;r:iv,n received a pos:  curd this week from Robert' liush  ford, at the front, in wliieh In  Muled llmt lie was well, and thai  it. w,is'very ��������� cold.    ���������  ,)  -*>-  S,,S,  LMpland, llalfwny Across  .O'clohei !)ih.  Hello  People:  I have jiis-t nu hour te spare, so  thought, I would te.ril.hjc a liueur  two, nlllio!',gii there U no possihh  ehnnceof inailiug it until wo laud,  as no ships nro allowed lo conic  lieni* us,.  It might iiiteivst you to know  how wn iiio going. There are !M  Iroop shipo heside Ir.mips wiih  supplies and tiiiiiiiimiiioii, nud nr-  inored cruisers us ei-coi't, I will  uinke a iminll diagrani ,on mioiher  pnge, This will need some ex-'  |ilniiiing, The HI- .small upright  marks are llu troop ships in ilu-  I'Miul I'oniiiiti.iii in which thevnr.  at present, the smaller hori/.oiitn.  iiuirks, a-ix of ihem, urn supply  shi|)s and liui'i-e irannpm't:.. Tlu-  three heavy liinrk-;; nre :2nd ela^s  ci'iiiscrs which -tuy in   tlmt    jioM"  Hon all tlm linu  he big murks  iltlhe " , si lo, ;v,id i-eiu' id Hie  cuiivoy are lirsl-cln-is lmltleship>,  Theho met us on the second dny  out, These hit' "lies do not. lo'ep  iheir positions luit are often twenty or thirty mile* away. Yon  will      woiniei''   wlmt    lho    three  I;,  wiiile  icat lepiv,   in liii-u  (������'  .    :.   a < , -.i  a- ' ���������      a    . ., << Hi,        i.  aiuall Ai\'ti i'i fiMiii of 1'iie.h.  There are nho lii'-l-cja-s haitlti-  ^iips, eaeh wiih a priviiier, which  idle iillnws mil nii'ie than a f(>w  liuii'lied SMfd'a   nn'.iy    j'.ti in    ht������i  hattleuhip - that has her; first  sighted her the third day out,  about fifteen miles away. The  battleship signalled i'or tho other  to stop (as they do every ship, of  any description that comes into  siuht). She disregarded signals,  (he batileahip gave ehase. Thi-y  hoth soon got out of sight of our  glasses. About 3fi hours later  they appeared again with the battleship guns trained ou the other  one. You ought, to have heaid th."  follows cheer. The other two pi s-  oners were rmrcly pass-eu^er sU'iini-  its bound lor New York or Boston;  These 11nd io nn ihr-miili i.ur  lines and woi Id not elop uhen  signalled, They will probably lo.  tliem go tomuriow" or i.extday. 1  have a I unk right next a port" hole,  lean often.look out.- and, seo the  battld.hips alongside. We travel  ,a: nijiln abtolulily dark, a tail  I ght b ir,y the only light ai Al  \i.ibl-on any or the 'ships We  urejijied down lhe river, on. by one,  .oi we loaded from Quebec: aiui'a.i  gathered at Glace Hay.  ��������� -- ������,   *   o  Devonport, October 15th.  Hello:  ' We have just arrived at u stop"  pinjr, place after nearly three weeks  on ihe boat; We had to p-o very  slowly on account of eome of the  little tramp .learners being heavily  laden with horses and not making  more than eight knots. ' We had a  w.iide,fuily quiet trip.. One day  only was al all rough that was in  f h Irish Sea. There is truly a  _if__.i_Leai! gragiitioju.o f_sj s Lj_s_i____3_i__,  thij harbor. Winrum and I climb  ed up the rigging yesierday and  conn ted over 100 passenger Bhipn  and So.eiuisers and dreadnoughi,-,  besides tramps, (h__h and pinnaces  innumerable.  ' As I .ii here in my "t unk lean  see the very latest thing in the  battleship line; the supe-drcad  nought cruiser '"Tiger." She has  just got her commission uud is  now coaling up for her maiden  trip. ' I havo (soon lots of things J  never expected to see at all. Yesterday two of our best submarines  Ciiruo past. Thoy were travelling  at 25 knots and weie mire ,;oing  some, we could only seo their peri*  scopap abovo water, we saw nlso  torpedo I oats and destroyers.  These little fellows have Maxims  in tho Horn which lire the-same  size f hells as we use in our liflej  and tlicy shoot GOO rounds a minute, Yuii may iiHeo any bore of  guns here from tho.o 'diYd maxims  to the grout M.7 on the turrets of  of the dreadnoughts.  Just nt this timo wo havo heard  of the trouble in Africa and there  is a rumor lhat wu go there. Imt  nothing ofiicial Yon will thirl' ii  strange that we have conn: bete  instead of Southhampton, but  tiieie wore two Herman Hiibiiiarinea  iu the channel nnd their exact  whereabout, no', known; co wo  mndo for tho nearest purl. They  are mnv found to have gone buck  Notth, ho we expect lo go to South-  hnmpioii today n* we cannot nil  got iu dook here  The old dread nought "A! a just its"  in jusl now going paM, who was the  Flagship of tho liglning nnvy in  HJUQ-1, 1 gtuiHH griiiidud caw toil  you more about  her   than   I  can.  X,a 1 , , t     , "      _ ��������� , t  >! ������,      il.l\l,     l>UCil     tail lli:nl..l      Italia,  bu)oti.ib luiiay, litey .no .ui.aJy ,  ground and pointed. We Imvo j  hi-en doing prntiy hiiff drill on deck j  nil day.  i .'jiivo lo.M all my identity, 1 am  merely  Private   lo.-lTi, C������ji:uliiiii  Contingent,   Overa-ns    Koriv*.;   ho  put that number  after  my  n.imcj  v.hen writing.    Ilermau'ti is 1")-M.'i,j  I ctiii'l remember .'i.niiiv,   I'll'ell j  On'Sunday ni^ht vabv\i' ': 1.3c,  Headqu; rters was the scene of  _rcat. exi i emeu't, wh.en th'r^jool  riom and dance 'hail b.'.ou^iiij:  to Mr. L\ man Mart, f;om some  u.iknown cause, took file, . The  eonil.ii'raiion lit up lhe country  lor r.iiie-: aiouud   and    alilumu'li  1.1  the. iir.iahiu'.ut.s of tlie disiriei  lent eVi-rv .'Is-ii'Unii'.'i', ii was  I -und .'mnos'-ii h: to sa\'c th:  Oiihiin^s. Tiu-ie were iwo.bil  Hard tables ami'six pool tables  111 tlu buibling, and nothing now  leui.'iins but a uia.s of iharreo  embers. The lire,w.is over 111  less Mian half an hmir.  A livciy b:i'ii belonging' to  Mr. Mark!) un, adj.iiiiiuy tlu-  preinis.-s uavrow'v escaped tlie  _ame fa'.v, but with tii*' kind aid  of the many willing le-lpers near,  a was ijuieklv cbr.ivd of horses  aod \.iiicl.s, ;u;;i was only sliyiil  ly buiii.ii. The damag-.' is e.-,li  ;ii ited at about- "$3,000, aud is  marly covered by in.suiance.���������  Jourieuay Hesahl.     ' "  1     ��������� .  5.V "_     fT^e ������i !>��������� P. l.-^kii'g-powder 12 0/...40C  1*1���������        g  n'-HAQ'    \;^"V'li)a!;i:ig|.oiv.fer-i2o���������...4bc  _ rlii^a i. VW4       fl ____*-'i_J    0 j wm ��������� :,,. \., i.;,.,. .,.., ���������i������������������      -.-  i'/u:   ,i 1. 1 e:  Owio^ ip liard tiiiit-s,   1    have  decided to divide the profits w'i.'h  my, eusiomers. as it is the i;i\ evc,| Molass-.s ,-'. .:  iv dav nbour haul tim-ss; but f'o j I;rr,ii ciee..;.,  we stop to lhink what, im-k-.s ;h������  0 ! Whi'.t aYy bakiiv.' oowdcr. . .2 -c  <iiig p.K'iiir 7, lbs .c?2.io  i\Ui "O  An-.. ������  ! ibs   p'*r I'd. . .  ���������rlib',....  . ��������� i. 1.2 5  ��������� 'a'-'-J  . 21 C  (Ve  rear.', eiii.ei.i.i'.e ea  ti.iK-s'hani >    If all   th.  mom-- '. ������<���������"������������������������'������������}'������������������ V-^f V" '���������������  ,,   . ��������� ���������        . ,   . a Ko-c l;...'-.-v.;n- per lb,  lh.it is  M.������nt out ol uii.'  eounlrvi .��������� , ' ,,  0 . -I Apr.ev-i .-,ai; per lh. .  each   mouth  to   the   mail  uio. r; cMI,C0]a.c i,;n> ,,..,- jj,  hois'-es was lo bu'Speni and  ciieu1 W'li'lia i-ai.s ik-y lu..  1 ���������  ktlrd in our own town wc should j.        Cereal.-.���������  luar no   more  ibtniluaid   t nie ��������� j C^oiii iiake   and������iio 11.i ney iu the place.' La-t j ]\ Jx K lolied oats  month ovet$:u,2oo was sent away  to   the   mail   oidcr  lions.s; tnat  means'$14,400   per. anui in   ar.d  ���������c-, jx?r lb2i c  2.5('  in a liu'ie w h-. 11 then- is suppu-ccl  lobe-no muiiey in tlie.-iij.-'''..������������������'  iicmeiuber ev. ry dniiar ?et  of the town hi losl to \ou fo: ev  er, but a dollar spent in .our' io  cr.l store comes 1 ark to, you  again and \ ou also see the >-oori'-  \011 are buying before \ou part  withthe money. A linle while  ago V-uK-cnver peopie sa^d there  was, uo tearcity of money in tiie  city, but along came, llie Cal^.a-  l> & lv bu.kwh'eat  .l'ulied lice.   Canned Fish-  .Salmon,  l>   Lobsiei, A's     ,;! ; S-udines, OK.  i :   i.,'11-,  . . .  h<r  :'l !1H'    *s*  ....    20C   25.  '*     'i  3 ro*'25c  ���������2 '.or 75c.  .2 for 65c  2 for 25c   20c  ....'..35c  .2 for 25c.  . 2 for 25  .2  for 25  IJIRTII���������At I5i-vh.ii,  011 Nov.  22-.id, U the wife   of   Mr.' luank r.y  oil'  Looni   a,ul   coiii-iik-raMy  Janes, a daughter.  AT'l'uACHY'S  New Bco.s for the  Christmas  Trad--:.  Boys and Girls O.vu Annual  rlmty and Alger. Uooks  Xel.ou and Collins Library s. "  ���������Among the new Books for the  t.ib.arv:  Eyes .of the World���������Harold Hell  \Vii__ht '  Inside' of   the     Cup���������-Yviusluii  Cliurehili  You Never Know  Yonr  Luck���������  Gilbert   I'aiker  i'lie Way ol ihe vStroog���������CtiUuni.  Mrs Frank liradley, of Jones-  ville, Wa.hingio:), was in luwn  ih is week.'  -<&.--  Mr, John Denton, who has  been visiting here for the pa>-t.  two weeks,'lell for his home at  Chiliiwaek 011, Wednesday.  'lu \,*.*t*jaun. ia/as*Kr*iT,t ^*e.tf i\-*m*. 1   t .inr n n ii-iTinnni<������._ wi  of inlerost to tell you. We wi-re  \ery well 1'ul un our way over,  but ran short, two days ago. of  lip.ad aud butler. More" has  has been got from shoie and we  iiiL'O K.  They are now rtiuiiiiig exeur-  sions 1'ioin nil over lvnghiud  lown lierc and taking people  out in tugs, pinnaces and pleas"  uie yaehls all around ns, as ii  we were the l.Uis'- kind of dims.  Well oood"bve for now. 1 will  ���������post this tonight.  Love to   everybody,   lots   for  * a>  yourself.  (1001I bye  foi ir..w.  Your Soldier I Joy,  II. C   HA TIC  Blue i'i 1:11. 'ivstei's  .Caul. ;d Fruit���������  PeieiK'S 2's pey 'in  Fears 2*s per liii     Apricots 2\������, per liu ....  .irawbcir:es i's per tin  Plums per tin      '. berries per lin   ���������1 -\  Crnu.'d Moats���������  M'g. plain ������ for 25  ��������� ���������..2"for 45-  , 20������~  250  _3.  _'ie -  2 e  - 2i C  ,50c  more lining 1.000.000 ui ca^li was  p.id for shares.   Let us get   back  ]Jmc|, .,.,���������������,.,. rs ]:er ou.  to'the   good   times  again  -give Jc'onied boe.r t's p*. r t'i--,;; 30c  your home   merchant, a   efiance 1 Roast beef i's per tin 30c  and   support   vour    home town I      , Souo^��������� ' .  that supports 3-011.     .So wake up | Can.^i-beii's  2 for 25c  1 ' '  aud be oiiieiful and read W. Me-jCe. B^ .soups i!s pcr'tiu '.30c  Lelian's Price List  of (.foe rn.-!..' Mogic la'ol.'.S' - ..' ] s<?-  Drop in and get   pricts 01V .Dry,,       ,Ke:obi,.i'<- and Sauces��������� ������ .  Goods, Jjoots.nud   Allocs,. Rul  1 re r:s7~rCaTt"i~C~o:n s^- e" rcrr-1 _7  PRICK LIST  Baking chocol'le��������� ������  Bakers'-rlb;.-.'. ".  40c  Uowcu's 1  lb ....;... 30c  Jelly  Powders���������  White -Star, per box .. .*. ioc  Icing���������Pure (..old, per box., ioc  Dim  pee j'. etch up  ,30c  '*     ���������   "    " , tiaili  ilolbrook's'^auce ���������  Bovril, 2 07. : 3:  Lea  & !  'err; 11.  s t-a'uee  li. 1  \ saiKc'-'  Pun  ch -  alUC\.I ���������     Chti  lliey  larg  -' ���������'  Pie  skv.-~  -  t-'.wif  '���������������. 1  .cr g;  Hon ...  You  I.   IU  r gall  on ....  Bee fine extract, 16 o/.  Pepper������������������  Cayenne  Allspice,.  t'imuuon' .,..'.. ioc  ('loves Toe  Ginger 100  Mace 25c  Mint t qc  v  .N uone^   Sage '    A1'Spice, per il>   Chives, per lb   (finger, per Ib   Laundry starch.���������   Johnston's starch, 1 lb  Iii ooms , 50c  Bic'ciu cauls    20c,  dud.- . . . .,   Blown beans per lb   Little white II, P, per   I'd.,  Dried peas per lb. . .,   Spl.t peas p ���������!' lb   Canned In.nis .,,  Canned corn   Cnu lied Pi  75c jC ct' B i.ortb s  ioc 1 C Cv ii mixed  ioc '��������� A ii.-,: ..ird pie Kb s.  ioc, j .Sweet piricies.  /  m tins.  ...75c-  .. .;2oc-  ice   ..:30c  .......  ..'25'c     . . . 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though keeping a sharp look f.ut to
make sure his dark friend was not
following him.
Another two miles brought him
within sight of "Glenfair," as Mr.
Hetherington had named his house.
It mas an imposing modern mansion, ctanding in extensive grounds* Before the advent of the motor car its
situation had been rather too remote
Germany Ha:- Run Amuck
Germany has run. amuck. There is
no other explanation of the kaiser's
policy in forcing a general European
Fortunate it is that Great Britain
is compelled to cast her sword into
the baalnce wihtout further loss of
The   issue   is now   joined.   Either
changed all that, and put the house
within ninety minutes of London at
any hour of tho day or night. Nowa
By Basil Tozcr
Ward,   Lock, &   Co.,  Limited
....London,  Melbourne and   Toronto i,
% " =#
-     "CHAPTER H.
Just  why    this  should   appear  so , ,.,,.,
strange to Hugh, he could nol for the, fronl thf <K>Jr-thwest while, the prin
life of him have told, but he stood ' ?>P��* entrance lay to the north-east,
ami stared like a man moon - struck, i involving to reach  it a .circuit from
to be convenient, for not only wa-i j German autocracy must be crushed, o.
thu nearest station six miles away. | European democracy will be obliterat
but the train service thereto was slow I ed. There is no middle course. If the
and irregular.   But the motor car had ' forces that the kaiser has loosed a���
victorious, the map of European re
publicanism may as well be rolled up,
and'the American peoplo prepare to
days Air. Hetherington hardly used j make the last great stand for demo
the railway at all, while his half-dozen I cracy. All,of continental Europe that
or so of motor-cars were continually j is not Russianized will be Prussian-
en the road, to and from town. j ized. France will be reduced to the
Hugh    was    approaching   Glenfair j status of a third-rate power. Belgium,
Holland and Denmark will fall successively into the maw of German Imperialism.   Italy will become a vassal
"Granted," asid the negro loftily
"1 "wasn't thinking," said  Hugh.
"Some folks find it dilTicv.t," agreed   ing to  the  front entrance,  when  he
the negro aminbv; "but you listen'to   heard  someone calling out from  be
He was leaving this on his right,
so as to reacli the great avenue lead
theory of political sanity. Wantonly
and deliberately the kaiser has plunged his sword Into tho heart of civilization. The whole world is paying the
penalty, of his  madness, neutrals as
me   voung fellow   and don't vou do   hind a  box-wcod fence just    on his ' well as belligerents.   Upon the Amer
your'thinking while staring ui*at way , right hand. .    o | ican people alone, 3,000 miles from the
at a gentleman. Some gentlemen "Now/is that Delia in ono of her I s���\\e_0} .c,��?..\c._ 1S lcvie.d u' tnbue of
would take offence; it would seem ��� tantrums again?" he muttered to him-
personally insulting to some gentle- j self, frowning, and pausing to listen.
men;0il would, remind,'em ol" bein? | "Oh, Miss Delia, don't, don't! I'll
identi.ied, and witness-boxes, and, 'ave '-he law on 'ee!" screamed' a
things of that sort no gentleman cares voice, succeeded immediately by the
to have called to his mind. You would ��� sound of a heavy slap and _ cry of
iot yourself now, would >ou?" j pain.
"Quito so, quite so," said Hugh. ."I, "P,y Jove, that girl will be going to.
am sorry. Thero was a motor passed- far one of. these ' days!" exclaimeri
here just now?" ��� I Hugh, beginning to run;, and passing
The negro paused o ln ��� eating his ! through a low gate that just a yard
bread and cheese,-and looked hard at or two further on gave admittance
his questioner. ���   I-through the box-wood hed_e, he found
, "Was there, though?" he said slow-   himself in sight of a curnus scene.
ly; "a, motor? .Well, what'about it?" j     It was what was called the lower
Hugh hesitated. .Negroes are mt lawn, a shady spot, bordered by bright
so rare in England that the fact of' flower-beds and surrounded by leafy
two  men of color having been  seen   trees.    Here afternoon tea was often
millions of dollars a day in disorganiz
ed finance, and the final reckoning
that1 must be paid for this maniacal
onslaught of German autocracy defied
calculation. The human imagination is
staggered as it faces the inevitable
consequences of this supreme achievement of paranoia.
A is still possible to sympathize
witli the German people in the great
tragedy that has overtaken them, with
their backs to the wall fighting a more
powerful coalition than ever Napoleon faced. But there can be only one
answer to the kaiser's challenge to
Europe. German autocracy has made
itself the enemy of mankind. Its destruction will be the emancipation of
close together implies necessarity that   served, but on this occasion \ea and , ^ ^^J^^t^S ^S-
they are in collusion. Yet in this lone-   table seemed to have,, been upset .0- j
ly country district, not near the sea, j gc-the',   for  the  table  v,as  sprawling
traversed by no great highway so that - with its legs in the air, while cups,
it  was  singular-/  free  from   Lramps, ��� plates, bread and butter, cak   . cream
I-I ugh  could  not understand    having ' and so on-were scattered.all over the
canisin.���New York World.
seen a negro  before.    He  could  not' lawn.    In  the  midst  of  the
Country of Flour M- is
Flcur milling is generally consideerd
debris I -'' ��� ���nost important industry in Hun-
shako off the queer, illogical im'pres-: stood a fashionablv-dressod, rather.' sary. Theer are 21,000 flour mills in
sion .he had that somehow there was - small and slight girl,' lier countenance' operation, about ninety per cent of
some connection' between the colored distorted with furv, while before lier j which are small nulls that supply only
chauffeur of the car that had so near-' crouched a big footma-. in livery'. the demands of the localities in whicli
ly killed him, and this other colored whom this slender girl was actually Ahey are situated. ��� The remainder of
man sitting munching bread and shak.ng to and fro by the collar, as
cheese by the wayside. .' one might shake a toy dog
"Aii, well," he said, "I noticed that
car was driven by a colored man
'What about it?" asked the negro.
steam mills are equipped with th?
most modern machinery and prepared
to compete in the world's markets
Hungary grows large quantities of
wheat, and certain grades of it are
"Good    heavens,    Delia, -are    you
mad?" shouted Hugh.
     _..._��� .... ..v,_...       Still keeping her hold upon the foot-,
"Ain't a gentleman of color as good mnn, the girl turned her head slowly among the best in the world. At pros
as a white man anv day of the'week?" ' round and showed Hugh a face disfig-i ent ll sometimes happens that so large
"Quite so, quite so," said1 Hugh, put-' ured with rage and eyes like a tigress.: a Percentage of Hungarian wheat is
ting his hand in his pocl'.t; "but if; ��� "Delia," Hugh cried again, "leave; P����&nL l)V the Austrian mills through
you will tell me to whom that car' be-! hold.of that man!'- | the co-operation   ol the Austrian rail-
longs and where it comes .re ���. I will!     The girl obevcci and sank back into1 ways that tlio - Hungarian mills  arc
give vou a sovereign." "     .  ' ' her chair, still shakmgjvitliaiLGJviLjJ^
���"Tirc'-^e^o-TosTtriiirfeet. Ho"Ya"d=!HFe"mitFof her fuFy." She" was quile 7S*nan Y���} mine8, .��P�����|ed ��>' tUo
seemed big enough white sitting, but' young, of'a pretty, fair type, with , ^V^^^^^0lS' on'^
now that he was standing up he show--blue eves, a perfect complexion,'and *> n ^ as estimate, oasea on pay
ed himself quite a giant oi'er'topping light brown curly hair, aim vith abso-, >'oar?' ^al he net loss to the govem-
Ilugh's great"height by at least three   lutely nothing in her ordinary expros ' ���nt on a11 the coftl minos >l ow��-3
Inches, his chest and shoulders broad   sion, unless it was a certain occasion
and massive in proportion. j al dilation of the' eye, to indicate the
"Why do you want to know that, 1 furious and uncontrolled temper that
sir?" lie asked in tones wfioso very! si.e  possessed���or rather,  that  pos
softness held a inenanco.     ' j sessed her.   She was fashionably and
"Never mind why," said Hugh and ' very expensively dressed, as became;
threw him half-a-crown. "I'll give you the only daughter and heir of the en-1
a sovereign for what you can tell nie." ' " ' ~
Tlie man picked up the half-crown
and pocketed it.
"Oorae and sit by mo," ho said.
"Thank you/' returned Hugh, on his
and operates would be at least $300
000 for the present yaar.
Tunnel  is  Most Closely Guarded
1   Both   Italy   and   Switzerland'  liav-3
adopted  measures  to  fortify   the' on-
nnces of the famous  Simplon tun-
When Lhe Wills of Tommy Atkins and
Jack Tar Are Legal
The statutes- of Wills in force in
Patriotic    Organizations    That  Have
Been Formed in the Dominion
ATien the call to arms for the de-
-       ,.   ii -r .��� ���_      11   ..   _.-n���    -01       ""cu   ni.   _���u  iu  arms  iur  in.  ue-
Great  Britain  provide  that  wills  of  fence  of the  Bmsh  empire- sounds
soldiers in actual-military servico,
and of sailors, are subject to special
legislation, but this privilege applies
only to wills of personal estate.
Wills of petty officers and seamen
in the navy, and of marines, as. far
as relates to their pay or prize-money
must be attested by an officer, and
wills made by a seaman in the merchant service must, if mado at sea,
be attested by the master, or mate,
and if made on land, by a superintendent of a mercantile marine office,
a minister of religion, justice of the
peace, or consular or customs officer.
The effects of seamen, marines and
soldiers killed or dying in the British
service, are exempt from-'tho regular
duty; and if ihey amount to less than
a hundred pounds, they are not probated. In the case of prisoners of
war, wills aro subject to special re-
_ '.lations. ���
Under the French law, oral wills
aro not recognized, but soldiers' and
sailors' wills are subject to special
rules as in most other countries. In
Germany there is a provision that the
formalities may be relaxed in certain
ca:es, such as imminent death, a prevailing epidemic, a state of siege.
. list recently the officers of the
German warships Goeben and Breslau
filed their wills with the German
consul at' Messina, so that these
might come under that classification,
Tlie cruisers were supposed to be
preparing to run out through tiie
English fleet, which was reported to
be lying in wait for them off the harbor, but instead they lied with all
spDed to neutral waters, where "the/
were sold to prevent fighting and
In the United States nuncupative
wills, the right to make which lies
only with sailors at sea or soldiers
in the field, are somewhat rare, but
one was admitted to probate in King-i
County in December, 1909. lt was
made by George O'Connor, chief engineer of ��� the steamship Dorothy,
when the vessel, was in mid-ocean.
All that he said was: "Kverything
that I have belongs to my daughter
Lizzie." The will was proved with
the aid of two witnesses, tne captain
and the first officer of the Dorothy.
from' east to  west of Canada, it is
What Happens When a Log of Wool
Starts   Through   Them
.   Making clot.iespins is an-' industry
that nets handsome returns to many
American factories.   At Martinsville,0
not the men only who are stirred by  Ind., there is a factory which has a
that appeal to patriotism, loyalty anrt
gratitude for protection in the past.
The women, in their own way, responded as. quickly and as wholehearted'y.
When the South African war broke
out. and Canada responded nobly,to
the need of the mother country for
men the women did their share not
cap.city of more than' 20O.U0O clothespins a day,
A rough log started through the-
mill'comes out as hundreds of the-
shapely little wooden pins familiar t_-
the back yard. The logs are cut into
blocks about sixteen inches long,
which a headlong saw cuts into board*
about five-eighths.of an inch thick. A
only by encouragement but by raising- gang of saws cuts these, boards into
Canada's Trade in the Argentine
The trade and commerce department has issued a comprehensive analysis of the trade of Brazil and Argentina with a view to showing opportunities which Canada now has of capturing some trade of which Germany
has been deprived as a result of the! time of eclipse, this society has grown
war.   Germany's total export trade to i to enormous   proportions.' There are
of money for the relief of the wives
and others left behind, by visiting
these other women and using influence
in many cases to help them, and by
sending medical and other supplies to
the contingents in South Africa.
Almost immediately after Canada
began to take an active part In the
South African war tho Montreal Herald, made the suggestion that a patriotic fund should be started for those
in need. It was the idea of the Herald, but it was adopted at'onee by
the Montreal Star, and the larger and
wealthier newspaper henceforth conducted tho campaign for funds, to
which great numbers of women an:l
children contributed.
In October, 1899, Mrs. Hutton, wife
of Major-General (now Sir Edward)
Hutton, then commanding the Canadian militia, organized the Soldiers'
Wives League, under the patronage of
Lady Minto, wife of, the their governor
general. The object of the league was
to bring the wives of all soldiers in
Canada, of every rank, into clo:e touch
and sympathy, for mutual aid and assistance in times of distress and difficulty. Systematise!] aid was arranged by the league for the families of the
men who formed the Canadian contingents for active service in' Souch
Africa. The president of the league
was Mrs. Drummond, wife of Major
(now Brig.-Gen.) Lawrence Drummond, then military secretary to the
governor-general, and the1 secretary
was Mrs. Cotton. Iri Montreal, Mrs.
W. D. Gordon, wife of Colonel Gordon,
who himself saw service in South Africa, was at llie head of affairs, and
Mrs. Minden Cole was secretary. Que
Lee and Winnipeg also formed
branches. It is exceedingly likely that
when the Canadians go to thefronc
the league will now be revived.
It was in February, 1900, that Mrs.
Clark Murray, wife of Professor Clark
Murray, of-McGill University, founded
the Imperial Order ' of the Daughters j
of the Empire, with juvenile branches
called the Children ��� of the Empire.
From a small beginning, and after.a
strips five-eighths of- an inch square
and each long enough to make four
pins. These strips are placed on an
automatic trimmer - and cut to - the
required length. They' are then conveyed to the automatic lathes,-seven
in number,* each with a capacity of
four ��� dozen a minute. From Uie
lathes the pins drop to the slotting
machines and from these to the dry-
room, where all moisture is removed.
Next they go to the-polishing cylinders, whicli are.filled about half fuU
of pins, chips and sawdust. The cylinders revolve slowly for four hours, after which tho pins'drop into chutei
to be conveyed to the packing room.
Each lathe has a capacity of _,40_
dozen pins a day.���St. Louis Post-
Argentina in 1913 amounted to nearlv
$62,000,000 as compared with about
$1.16,000,000 for Great Britain and
about $2,250,000 from Canada. Brazil
bought from Germany in 1912 goods
chapters all over Canada, and in the
United States there are 400,000 British, women enrolled under its name.
A    large    number of women wei'e
deeply interested, also, iri the Canal
to the value of $160,000,000 as com . ian branch of tho British. Red Cross
pared with $2:'j100_0,000 - from GreatJ Society. This was organized in 189/
~Brlt^n~Tm_���JST-llJOTO.-from Canada ~"by Lieut.-Col. George Sterling "Ryer-
The opening of Canada in securing [ son, M.D., ,of Toronto, and was thn
markets in Argentina and Brazil to re-, first colonial branch of the society in
place German goods are many. They
include manufactured timber cann.a
goods, paper and wood pulp, manufacturers of iron and steel, agricultural
machinery, cement, furniture and preserved fish,
ormously wealthy  Mr. Hetherington,.      ,       , _ ,   _..
and now she snt very still, except for,     ^par the middle of teh  tunnol,  a
her heavy breathing, watching Hugh   few  yar-ls' from   tllc  Swiss  forntier.
as he came on with long strides.        ; Italian  engineers  have  put  In  place
"She slapped me right across tho  a double iron door,.that car resist tha
Tlie negro gave- a swift look round I The man wont off at a trot without
to make certain there was no one in saying another word, and when he
fight, , . was some dlstanco uwny Delia called
"Yok, I want ii," he said, "and I'll' liim quite calmly: ,
cut vour throat to get it!" I     "Oil. .Tunics!  James!" she repeated
Tlio clasp-K'.ilfe opsn In his hand, he as ho. stopped from sheer forco of the
moved townnls Hugh, big and threat-  hnhlt
side of the tu.niel.   The door Is carefully tested once a week,
Great Figures Wlll Emerge
Out  of  tho  great  melting, pot  of
European   conflict  what, great    now
of obedience, "send someone' nnmo will bo given to history?   It is
cninc his eves roliiiiK Rtriiiigelv'wi't'    olso  out.  with  some  more    tea���b it ��� imvitnblo that   some transcendontii,
alI The wild snviS bring It yourself. I am still an-  military'genius shall arse to    writ*
Portion rs.    lint Hugh 'liad the true in-: ��oynd with you." j bin nnmo glibly o|i    lio |.pb r  iri
Blind for combat tlmt murks the horn' Tlio mini went on without answer-; lna.oi>. P011,1.-,b it wl he a na no
fighting man, that qu.illtv,, bv which inR. and Delia began to smooth out j to overshadow that of uuaor or Nap-
bold swordsmen In days of old havo. vory carefully hor slightly crumplo!   oloon. ���������.������,���   tn nnn.n
'dress.   Looking at her,   Hugh   saU,    Will tho world for centurlo   to como
boldly I ho talking of some man who is now
"You  wlll he getting yourself into  only 11 captain of artillery or a minor
HnrloiiH  trouble somo of these days,   coiuiiiiimlor of ob:,curo troops.'   11 will
A True Story
any country. It will be remembered
that during the war Dr. Ryerson acted
as British Red, Cross Commissioner in
South Africa. A creat many hranclus
were formed in Canada, chiefly in the
provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Women's committees worked industriously, sendii.g supplies to the soldiers,
rnd the button with the badge of the
Antwerp, a City Rich In History
Antwerp, the city to which the Belgian royal family have removed to escape the German advance on Brussels,
is not only one of the oldest rities in
Europe, but has many times played
an important part in the making of
stirring history.1
Antwerp appears in history as early
r. the seventh century. A century
later it was an important port and
market town.'. In the twelfth century'
it was commercially prosperous an.l
under the rule of the dukes of Burgundy, who at times aspired not only
to the throne of France but harbored
designs on the crown of England, fa
the fifteerith century Antwerp was one
of the most important marts in"Eur--
ope, the entering point for English
and 'continental trade.' ��� In the sixteenth century, under the rule of ���
Charles V. it was the seat of the Ha;i-
soatic League and the money depot of
Europe. In 158-l-5.it was besieged,
taken and ruined by the Duke of Alva.
In 1791 tho French took'the city and '
restored its prosperity. Napoleon tho
Groat attempted to make it rival Lo.'i-
Antwerp; located on the bcheldt,
having an outlet to the sea safeguarded by the British and French fleet and
being strongly fortified on the landward side, is regarded as impr _r.able,
hence -its selection at this time by
King Albert as a place of refuge from ���,
which to direct the Belgian resistauco
[ to the German forces. The city's
1 transit and other commerce of late
years has run well up over $1,.000,000
ter a-i.d is a diamo-d centre..
The government of Antwerp is ad-'
ministered by ���>, burgomaster, .assisted by five assessors ancl a municipal
council of 39 members. The citv's annual budget is about S7,000,000. -ts .
debt is $60,000,000. Water anil gas-
are supplied by private corporations.
The city has    sixteen    daily news-'
papers, six in French and ten in Flemish.   There are many notable hospitals
nil - educational    institutions,    two
Everybody-knows that the quality of        . , ,    . , , ---    -���       	
reliability is the most valuable asset  society was to be seen worn by such , theatres and noteworthy ecclesiastical
thnt man can have, and how rare it is. \ ^ol!V'n��.'_.IvIO,IJ?'e_1,5om.en���as..'Mrs' I _������������. secular buildings among them th
The man who, slicks to his job under
all circumstances, is the man who
makes the nation.' An illustration of
this fact lies in the story that was
told about a man who onco owned r\
carrier pigeon���one of those pigeons
which, no mutter where it went, could
always be relied upon to como back.
This gentleman was talking one
day with a friend of his and he said'
"What do you suppose happened to
hat pigeon of mine?    1 was talking
II. B. Yates wife of Dr. l-|. B. Yato-,. I Cathedral of Notre Dame, one of tho
and Miss.Roddick, sister of Sir Thos.' sights of Europe, tho Hote' do Villo
Roddick, who wero active In the wor'c  and the museum of art,    where   aro
of the society,
If the women of Canada were roa.lv
then, thore is overy evidence that the
priceless paintings by Rubens, Winders, Van Dyck, Van Eyck, Momling,
Matys ��� and othors.    Many "old mns-
present   emergency ^ wM    find them ; tors" among painters, notably Rubens,
wore nnttvos or residents of Antwerp,
long famous as an art centre.
carved thdr way to tlironns. 1 r_ neltli
or stood Hill! to await the negro's ut-
trick, ns 1 ist nion would have dono.
nor did he recoil as a quiet biisinesn
man might have wltliou'. shame, when'
faced uy so formidable 1111 antagonist.
Instead lin leaped forward himself, an-
tli-'lpritlng his fiKsnilruit'H ntliick, mm
|m!'cre tlin iK'grn could niukn any
movement to doi'end hlnmnlf ho Htriiok
liim 1 troiiifiulniis blow right on fh"
point of tho Jiiw,
The man wont down with n crush,
and Ifugli stood over um, hli- imri.i
olf'iK'hod, IiIh oyos /luslii. g.
"So-,  you   dog!"   ho  Kiild,   ,ih  iv
U ch'.'A   Inlo   iho ditch  the  kuil'o  tn
ot!"'r had dropped,
"Oil! Oh!" jr.rou 11 oil tlm nogro;  "o'
"Is thai any concern of yours, my
dour cousin?" shn niiinnired In the
twooAo.tl tones finiiginal Io,
"I would rutlior it did not happen,''
ho rotiirniHl. "Whnt had that miu
I To bo Continued)
Wheat in Spain
he recalled Unit Napoloon was but a
battery commander when tho Frond:
revolution opened. But I'or that, episode! ho might Imvo died i: uttor obscurity, sny iih n retired major or lion-
toniini-coloiiel, But war toenm with
True, tho most promising oaronr
may bo nipped hy 11 stray missile or a
bnyoiiot thrust. Who knows how
mii'iiy embryonic NnpnlooiiH hnvo hnon
with a  follow tho other day abou*.    l-'anaua >-
kirn, and mado the remark thnt this
; .geon always came back no matter
whon lm went, and he said that ho
did not boliovo It. _ Ho said that he
could take thnt pigeon to Philadelphia
and  ho  would bo willing  to bot me
$100 tlint tho pigeon would not como  t>j'w'
oven better equipped, and as enthus
iastic���if not more so���in thoir loyal
offoits to do their share, in tlieir own
way towards helping the empire-
Mary Macleod  Moore  (published    in
Two wa.hcrwomen were ono day
toiling of the progress mado by their
various lads in their choson worn.
"Tell mo, Mrs. Cnsoy," asuiu-, Mrn
Clancy, "what's your son John doing
"John's on tho stage-���he's a light
comedian," uns\ erod Mrs. Casey.
'   "Yo don't toll 1110!" oxchmiod Mrs,
Clancy,   "An' wcild ye moJnd tollin'
mo what a 'light comedian' Is?"
"Woll,"    expl. ined Mrs. Casey, "in
About if, por conl, of lho t ot nl land jmji "|()W  uimuiig,    Yet 0110 doniliiii
"��� undor eultlviillnn in Spain is glvon up ���K,inj |��� c.-tsrtulu  to onmrgo;  , ohkIIiIv
";io I'oriMilH.    During    lho past dorado., ���������.,, ,|um  ,.,���,,    who nm  toll  wluu
lho crop of I'orniilH oxoooilo.d Ji.ijini.nou ���,.(,at ���(,w ,������������ wm ,���, 0��� t,ho ovory
"!'' "'V,,,'"," ' '"Y"'*"'1   a"1'-   "��"''   Tho liiinl, howovor, Ih huhum.-.. ,,��� |��� ���-������..,������. H|x iiimiiIIih? I'orhi.ps It
you hnvo klllod ,110, you hnvo urcik.-n   ���,.,. ,)f ��� r���r Kn.u���.r production, imd      ',   ,,o h ,...",1..' who Iiiih .ovor	
n.y mouMi. yon Ihivl!    oh, oh, oh! ���      ,��� fll,.t ,.������������,, wh.,,��� ,,������,, ,���. );rown J|     '   ,  ,                    ,    ,,,       /  w,
i..I.iw,IHfI,V '���', l!,;r,,! ^���!....,"1!.,K!,      '" S|,,l,""", ,,n,y ,n "'N,',""1 ni" '!,,"-i  ���   'v'"' ���"��������������� ����� ""' �����',,,r�� '������"'
"     ',. ,';1," :.,,iml,    "'    'T   ,""  '���''.''.���lin..  ����f  ll"  pn-'Houi   popiili.Ho.i.    nrml|.(M1  ..���������   wllt,���  ,���,.  Am.M-li-.ui
back inside of twonly-four hours. 1
told him. thnt 1 would take . li 1 up.
Well, sir, ho took the plgoonH down to
Philadelphia, and what do you suppose ho did?"
"I on n't. Imagine," Raid the friend.
"Didn't ho lot him loose in Phlliuhi-
"Oh vos, ho n lilm lnoso; hut ho- with his mouth. In n hole, and In rrcn.'
foro ho lot him loose ho flippy, tlio ic �� candle, rind whon .'tUdill Al
pigeon's wings,"       ' l nh<-otH' at tho ciindlo John blows it
"Woll, that was too bail."   said th-j  out."
frlond.   "Then yoi lost your hot,, an 11 	
tlio pigeon didn't come back?'' |    "Mursi! Tom, pleaHo 1:0111c to dinnor
Tho man smiled. "Oh, yos, tho pig j onrly Sunday, oiiiiho I wunti to git
non 0111110 biU'k 'nnd I won my bot,"    j to go (0 a fitnornl,"
Tt'fi teats that keep.'the human soil
from freezing up. Have you ever
stopped to think of the kind of world
this would bo without tears?
The tears of tlm babe, the tours of
tho mothor, tho tears of tho "slronrt
man! As the dew on the clothes of
tho onrth nt. morning timo, so nro
tears scattered among people, as
ennngo is wrought and events stop
aiieiid, tho boniitifloi'H of the rnco,
No man or womnn over shod Inmost tears without seeing bettor ninl
oloarcr afterwards.
Moments thoro bo when tho human
110 son's ciiho It's tills:   lie piny i-i; hoart hroomos "too full for uttoriiiico."
lent.part behind the black .u\".u   Am] u 1H llt mch .��� t)m0 ���,nt tonrB
must   flow   that   vision mny .cconm
newly adjusted,
But woo bo to him hy whom unlinp-
py tours must como���Iho tenrs of 1111-
gor, of oppression, of poverty-���of
wur, ���
Tours nf Joy, lours of thankfulness
tours of full   oxprosnlon.   Woll, thoao
I 0 oiimo buck?" Hiild the frlond,    j    "Ail  right,  Aunt lliiiiniih.    Whlo.ii, kind nro worlh whllo
"Suro," snid  lho  num.    "Ilo cnmi. 1 would you rutlior do, go to n fiui.riw j    Ko don't  ho nfriilil  of tliein whon
back, hut ho had awfully soro foot.'
Cnnnda to England
Rout   muiioH of Hi)   grout  cuptiiliiH
gono boforo
llout wllh our blood, who huvu Unit
blond of tlioo,
i.r 11 wedding?"
"\".hy, Mn.no Tom, cobo I'd miliar
go to 11 fiiiiornl���If It wnr. ono. of my
frliniilH,"���Murjiiir'H Miiguzlno,
thoy abruptly uppoar.
but for 11 lnrgo ovporl. Tlioro nro vnut
ij'iiolM of ni'lil Iikii] lu lho Inlorlor of
Uio country which would bo briiuglii
under ciiltiwition hy iiiiiklug arti-slan
wolls for IrrlKiitlng purpnyoH. I'm'
wntor Ih found In nil pnrts of tlio pon
li'iiiptuoiiKly usldo, mid  utuod  vntcli
i       uiui   wrlf.10  nnd   r.nmii     on   tl:c
ground,    ||i- iloHd'"! 1)1:11 im siidii us
lio tiei'Mii'il In Ii-hh |iiiin hi' would I'or'O
hlni to oNplnln whnt ho luul mount Uy
bin Huddcii  itttiii'k;   if lho mnn  wcp>
obstlui.to, and rofiiM-d to hpeiiU, Uu-ii Aimibi nl n miiiill dopih     Tlinl union
lie w.mld givo liim into cnMoiiy   lim , )lJ|H ,���,,.,, ,),_���,, ,() ,,,,��� r.,H,,.,,.,  _��� t:(l.
it  wus a mlHtiiko on  Hugh'* purl  to   ..,.���,  V..IM.,, |S ovldonooil hv lho  fuel
.Main! so Inr awny. osporiimy nu tlm   tiU], |"���  ,,,���,; ,|,(, |,Mp,.r, or'wlii'iif um!
nogro, writhing In .such ngoiiy on tl.o   <]���,,,. |.,t., Spain uimmiitcil    m nbout
ground,   wrllhod    o.vr  iiinlior  iiwuy ( $_;;.ijiio.ooii und  js^im) ronpoctivoly, ���
fronililm.    _ (   j and     in   i.iw,  iho  Import   of  whonl'-
you   hnvo  hrnlton    mv    tiiotitli'"    lif> '
iiioiinod ovor uud ovor iignln. 1
"It will touch you belter lllliMierH, j
my man," n;i!<! Hugh, "Now, U:'t*it t'.|
civil  war  broko  out?-
-Portliind  Ore.
Clgnrotte  Paper  Fnm ne
III   till!   Clll'l'ollt   iHKIIO   of   TdllllCOO,   tl
publication I'or tlio I nido, it Ih huIiI
Unit tlio big iiiiinul'ucliirorH hnvo
enough cigarette paper In slock to
moot their iiouds for several iiioiiUik,
but. fn".' fire \vill1011t gravo f oa th ooii-
eernliig Um oorliilnly of lho futiirn
���supply,  "The prlnclpnl sourooH of sup-
'"""n'*;! '''n!!!y *"'''m'mi """ ,'0,ir . nnrt 'Kraim-n.'' TliV" AuRtrlnnH"'!/^;'!!/!^. |
' ''" ' ' inirtioiiliirly,   brown   or   wlioni strnwl
JiiKtln Mc('!iirll.y lined lo tol) n slory
of ilonry Ward llooi.hor,   Mr. Honclri'r
ontoroil Ills church one dny nnd found
"Thoro Is a niiichluo llmt  enn  bo  siovorul letters   walling lilm, Ho opon-
gradual nil to moiiHiii'o dm    inllllonlh   od  ono uud   found  It I'oiitnlnoil  the
Itnlolgli and (Iroiivillo, VVoH'o nnd nil   purl of 1111 ine.li." I slnglo word "l-'ool." (Julmly and wlt-i
Uio free, I    "I know," suld Uio ruilwny piiHseng-' bncoinlng HorloiHiioHH  ho  iiniioimocd
(���'liio hoiiIh who ilurml lo fronl u world ' er.   "Thoy use 'oin In the refreshment   to tho congregation tins fnc   In thorfj
in wur, rooms 011 this lino when milking hum
Such only may out reach tlio envious  hiiiuIwIcIioh,"
and    fnlntof
The Deepest Well
"I Imvo known mnny 1111 liintiinoo
of 11 mini writing 11 iottnr and forgot-
tlug to sign Ills niiinii, but this Ih (Iiv
WIiiiI Ih KiippoHod to lio tlio doopos' ' ,m]y �������'�������"' I Imvo ��vor known or
Whore fooblor crowns
Hturn roinovo,
Nurtured   In   one   romon.brnnco  and   ,10h,Vk ,ii,""tho"w��riii' Ih "ii'rHio" MViiVV vTl"-1 ��l niMiHiKriiiiK IiIh niuiio uml rorR.tl.i.���
OHO  loVO ! . "    ,.,.,...1,....,    i���   oi|���u|,,    ri.iriitiinv   i '" wr'Ui tllu 'ottCI'."
Too high ror passion and too stem  "\u�� o\ i./m now, m miiohii, (loriiiiiio,
for tours, 1
n   Ht * lo  \Ao  onr  fnlhors    hold
pupot'H,   Kriiui Kriiuco comes tlm liner
grades of rho paper,  (he monogram-
llrnwn (whose now cook Is   worro
thnn tlie lasti It wiih ymi who reeom-1 niod imd  sllk-tlpp'od  pnpors.  KriHtorn
""llut li.Hloud of iiKtnnlu the uegn, i ������'n'l��'��Mli.il new rook lo my wlfo,' ������.|...r..1rB wore not far-slgl.tod ono.igi.
whn   h-.il   om-eil   |,1 t   itiv.hIim.       :iti 1    vviu;|"   il' ,.'��'���  nrrtor  anv   oMrn   etiiniil 111e>H   before
�����""����' """"" ��""" >��� ,���,;';;.""���" "" """������ '""iiriBi." thSi 'a',,;:,-n:}:,1,
Jumpoi) to liis foci, cleuroil lit a bound
to a depth of utmost, n mile uml 11 Iiul
In-low the Huri'iioo, The horo is hovoii-
fnr  loon and ono-tlilrd luohos in dliiiiiotor
I iu (lit: liiOdUi .uoi u Midi; bliofl ol  lw.
,    .        ., _     .  . ,,. i      ��� ,  ,1..    \i\"\U".' at tho \\nttnin The o\:ict dcjilb
.Nllt  HOI  .i.iJll��   te)   nUoltlAdln  .ill..   I.IJ ( flf ���,��� ,-���,��� ,��� ���,,,,, ,��� ,,��� 1>%w rr,���t| .,.,���..
Mmi.1   wl'iofo  tl.y sons    ��.,���l. follow, i "xp.nrlmontn. tlmt  havo so  far boo,,
II... low hedge horo borilerliiK ...0 road    ��������-;,'���   . ^' _,, . ,_'
and illKiippenrod like the wind In 1I1.1  " h .���; ���,.,,.,  . ���..i,���i,.i,
trees  behind. Ioih-Ji.b IKiftli    for Irn-   ����" I'lilKlit.^.KoMu	
jiliion of victory n big clasp knm, ami
a hiincli of bread nml rhfOHO.
"V.VIl,   I'm   .,'.��-.'.'.-.l."   'A.'.tft   Uu.
mnnilHi," snys Tobncco,
HroMi   (veiigeiully)--Thon   I  must
dinner will
Mrs. Klorln hml 11 now mnlil, nnd
ono morning ns she entered Uio lib
"l.o   you   know  tho  pnrablofl,   my  rnry she wns somewhat surprised lo
ri'iv""  ",��� Id  :i   li!'.'!mp  nni-e. (_t_,j  the   girl  ce.ifeil   in   ono    of    th
ni'lti. an.rm'il nt litis siidilor light 1 boy?" s:il<l a bifdiop onco, lehiilrs with her hnmis folded.
" Thf", t hl.i.,.,1 :,,!!iTlfnlSl!.,) Mm'     "AI..1 wl.hh of Ui- Parables dn you,    "Win..!" oried  the mining. "Her,
rl.niild.TB; iifi.1 ;,r,i holitr, in.-lin-i) to   ����:����� '"""���' ��� , ,    ,       yoii nrnslllliu'down     \\ l.y y,;.i m-...-..
lot ttt on 1. wIM rh-iHi- tl.rmiKii ilio i    '"��� ,lltf' ,l"' f,nf'-   ,,f! ��n,4W'',',','>. nftcr sent In hero to dust Uio room!"
tut ttt on 1.  uiui CU.1H1  111rntif.ii uu |     ni0������.Iiril  ttiouirlit.    "where snrnr,'    "Yes. ni.Vnm." wns the girl's reply
r;o'nI,   In'   Miiif-lly   rer-utilvd   bin   way.
W. N. U. 1021
j body loafs uml fishes."
Adam had the limt y^nrcrib.
"Imt I hnvo lr;st Uio duster, nnd ho I
nm sitting on ofich of tho chairs in
turn."���Harper's MafajIho.
shall follow,
Mother l.aiwl
Quick as tho north wind, anient us
the foam,
lJCIIU.ll, .ll'llllM llMI all\ alllH-IrtlM.-
Of all past   roatiiosH    about    tho.
Not Refiinlng Quarters
Itlx���Wnsn't It Admlra. I-ortor win
nald:   "Take  no qiinrtor    from    fh"
I)|v~~niinnn! If It wnn he's Uio only
J'orlcr that ovor snid such a thing.
"W'.int mnkpf" tlio beautiful brook
boiimi from rock lo rock, den rest*/''
"U'.i full of sprlnK wator, darling."
--I'hllvlolphla Public Lefttter.
....nie with tlio   boro show   Uuu Am
"No," suld I'lyn old gontloman, slorn-
ly, "I will not do It, Novor hnvo I sold
:.';_, I.;.;.��� nf i.i.;ic t, fitutivubiliijuti, aiiu
1 will not iv'i'ln now."
Knr a moment ho wns silent, nivl
tho idork, who stood loiforo lilm coiilti
pee tha   the botte.' nature of his cm-
for each M-U tout.
tBiiMioniti.ro of tlm I'lirlh Ihci'oukijh ih ; ���'7'ir 'VUH ����''*'"�� Hlron���l>  for tlio
tho rain of 1 dogroo V, wllh onoh m'c-1 ���""f/i," ,,,..,      ,, ,     ...
ii,,..    .��� uni. r,i-i,i   r���f,i    , ������ 1   .1  ,    /. 1        NO      ijild     too   nlil   *nnn   n.ff'it",   ".'
j will no', do It.   It Is an Inferior grniiij.
 i of shoo und I will novor pnss it off
��� ���i���,,m ������/.,,,' m,�� ' at unvtliluK Imltor.   Mark It 'A Shoo
Would Want Mere | m ,,.()r tt Qmm<> ���,,,, ,���lt lt in t���.,
Sho���What would you ilo If hoido-! window,   A (.upon docs not hnvo to
0110 should Ipiivo you a Ium .rud thou ! do much walking,
sand dollars? 	
Ue   t suppose I'd begin   fo   nvillye'    "riowV. vacation, Johnnie?"
how little a hundred Uioiihiiii I really,    "liully!    Fell olf a shoil, moHt Rot
Ih, : drowneil. tipp -d over 11  beehive, wnt
 ��_,                    j ],���(i|l(.,| .,���- (, cow, Jim f-'plndlcs Hclcil
Up���Yph, tlin (tovnrnor cut off my  me twice, and I got two stono bruise*
nllownwo,  so  l'vo  had   to  cash  Mf  and a rtlff noCk,"-'/Aon't Herald,
brains for a ilvltig, I 	
She���I womlvr1.1l    why    you woro!    Va.iUy rovnr*   a niultttiulo of skins,
looking ��o  thin.���I.oBton  'J'ruiiRcrlpU, with coimctlr..���JucIkc
���4 ..,s_.a^!^_Wrt,,���
N'Jl ICE is hereby given that on tbe
fir-it day of November '914, application
���will be made to the Superintendent of
3'rovincial I'olice, for a renewal of the
< wf.jle-.ale lu|ij ir license upon the premises known as L#l 24, Subsection j, Ne!-
"on D'mtrin.
D.ited September 30., 1914
NQTlCE is Hereby give*i that ou ��� the
iii-fit (I iy of Decern ber noxt application will
be umde to the Superintendent 1 _ Pr.,vi_-
_ial IVhee, Vutoii:!, for Uior-en��'.v_l8f tho
, tiotx.1 license to sill liquors by j.toil in the
,hotel know, .cs.tlie Wilson hotel, situiued
at Uiiion Bay B.C.
.-i,,"Ri:_ 1��������__ Hoka-'k
Puled September, .3, 101.
NO TICK is horoby Riven that on th.
iir A ii_;�� ��f De'cat-W n<'-xtapp]i_itot.*��" ill
be mude to t-h. Sui-t'iintouil.ut nf Provin.
clul l'olico, Viotuiu, f��ra r��nowal af Ike
', hotei ii��eE.'<e to aell lii'U*i. by natail in
tlio hoti'l k'l.wu iw tlm Union hotel, sit.-
���inlo ut U-i -n.'B.r-. John X. .\!i-J,_;>i>
���������   Data, Suptcnilier, iSl, kill
>"OTI',K:s heiol.y _iveii'f-lnu on the
. firM. il iy A Dv.tunWr huxI:, npidisation
���wall *>e cwadi- l��t!ie K'-upnii>.u mleut of ilio
Viat.in<:i_l Polico, Viwloiia, fjr tlio icuew
sil of dbe Unti'.l HaiiiKic lo sell liquors by
ri-tr+H nt Ibe hotelIcuowu nn ih-i \V"t*tliiis
Sti.ppin:- HI oe, iWUnH- -t Ovule-' Rive;-,
��� inrhe.Provincocf Brisi -h Coluoi'iii.
" IXitod Seplcnibf-r 2?,, 1011
\~. V��-^.V^v^<>^^,^^c'^s��y".vift��.^^^
xm_ i?*i Tntmajaxr.iataimm.'WTMr.Bm&Mm a\ia*
NOTICE u hereW givi'ii I nut on. the
fi'st day .'if OaacnilHT u. xl ajiylii-i.tion will
Uf.. mtiftt'. to lli" Supi'i'ii.tiMulo il A Provi.-\-
cinl Police, Yi.'oria, tor t.ho w.no-vnl of tho
iiot+1 lic.n.o to sell liquoiR by i-i.tml m the
ho'd known as thr _Mroi> I.A'.ff, sitm-fli.
at Union Bay, B.C. .Tim:; Fu.vsr.K.
DiU'i'd September, 23, I'.IU
NOTICE is 'h'T.by ijiv'u lint on the
first day of Dcvr.lwi' noxt. appbooton will
Ibe lniulo to theSupoiinteiident of I'l-cvinci.-il
J'tili_>, Victoria, for tfui renown,! cf tho ho
iel lioiw-o to Bi'll liQWrs hi" re'.ail il) lho
U it��l Uuowurb the UV^rr idi> h.-iv��l, emu'ie
at Courtenay, K C. 0. II. Fkohni'K
I) t,<-d's��|jHiiibui'2:.. IUM..
The -Courtenay Hotel
. Kv^ry conveni'o:.''? for '.Miosis.
The Cent: al Xl3ti-1 for Sportfinien
-J__ti i__lm li he_Ua_t__JL\i_iis.s.ii lu 1_L1lj uoxi
at ilu.; Har. ,     ��� ���      J
.John Johnston,   Prop
�����CTi��'>*v.'^'>MggyTKJ-a_fttx-*.i��.-i_��_-g>c.tt- _��-���_��! -maw-aTy-aaiWBia-JfMwM
K'5 av.r**��i>)��lrfl>*U�� ��^^_S'. i^v-V^^^ft^fiVJ
i  'o.'h tarbell
of British Columbia, Ltd.���
Leaves Comox, Sunday, 3 p. m ���.'	
Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 4 p. in,,...
For ' Denman Island, Nanaiu'10 aud Vancouver.
���   RKTURNING���Leaves Vancouver, Saturday, 8 pm
For Nauaii.10, Union Kay and Comox.
Subject to change without notice.
.  'KnifHsh 4 k IJUlfPON always on Mni   ,   ats<o. thf? famous MILWAUKEE
,- BICLVo��� ���:inc��.Horl 'li,.U��iyivin, Soli iiv;, &c.       "OLD GREY B-_A..iD"
SCOTCH WHlS-lvY. "        Best Wines and Liquors of all ki_d3
Thu ti:.anliu_ and Lodj-iirj- Uij|jarl��u-i.t. under the u.-ui-itidJule supornikeuilenca
will ho.:,iu-il Fii.t elasn in' ovory r��^p��ut.-.
the reserve, the notice of which appeared in ihe 15. C. (inzetto on ihe 27th d.iy
of L'ecember, 1907, is cant-ellcd in so f_r
as it.relates to the, following parcels of
l.-ui'L���ihe'W. 1 .'of the S. K. i-.), the
S. \V. 1-4 va;A the S. 1 1 of the Kf. \V.
i-4-\estof ihe river in Section 4; the S;
E. 1-4. lhe S. K. 1-4 of the S. VV. 1-,,
nnd theX. E, 1-4 in .Section y. the S.
I--1 of the S. E. 1 4 in .Section S; the S E.
1-4, ihe S. \V. 1-4 ,uk1 the E. 1-2 of the
N\ E 1-4 in SecLion 16, :unl the K. 1-2
of the S. E 1-4 and N, 1-2 in Scciion 21,
all in Township .5, S.iywi.til District, and
��� he 'A. E. 1 4 of ihe N. E. - 1-4 in ��� Snc-
tion 32; ihs Nr K 1-4 i.f the S \V 1 4 .uul
ihe-N U" i-4 mulN' 1-2 of the N li 1-4 in
Siciion 33; the N 1-2 of the X \V 1-4
.md the X 1-2 of the N E i-| in ScVtion
34; aiiA ihe S 1-2 ami _.' \Y 1-4 of the X
\V 1-4 in Scciion 35. all in Touiiahip 0,-
Sayward Dimrict'.
T.he said l.nds will be open foienliy hy
pre-empiion un Monday, the lSth day of
May at tiie hoiw uf 9 o'clock, in flic fore--
noun; all application,, \-o hi wade at the
office of the Govifiimeiu . Af-ent,   Van-|;
couver.    Xo Pre-einpiion   Record  shali
���nclu;:e more man 40  acres  of land except in cases where it is  iicsiiable lo  include small fractional   portions .0fley.1l
Subdivisions; information in which con
ncclion myy bc obiaiivod from plans   on
view at the abo\e nieniioiK-ci Aj-encv.
Deputy' Mmi.tcr of Lands
��� Lands Dcpartin...i, _ Vieioria,-15. C,
February'1 nh   1914.
._.;c_ih'<!.oii  S*ult:-:, lidoesstsl.   in
testate, lat�� of" Strandl>y, Rupert
Distract, B. C
IX THE MATTKK ol' tho -Oiil-
cial Aduiinifctnitois Act/'
. TAKF NOTTCE that by order of His Honor Jp.d.oe ' Lr.rk.r.
niiul'V uii -.the lOtli dayof J inii'
1014-, I wus appointed A.l-
iniiiistnitor of tlio E-Uti-1 oft}-!*���'
abovo-mentioned de<ji;i4si.-d. nvd nil
nui'Hu.-a liavino cluims aa:iii.��t i!��m
said ustatM niv '.Hsiv-t-y ivquiivd h-
fiil'iia.sh ?aiiii', properly vt-riiii'd. to
in. on or bi.'i'oi'��� tin.* lolh duy of
J i.i v V.AY AND all jmr.
tiort indobti'd to said I'stati*. niv iv-
tjuirnd to pay the ainuiuit, of tlu-i;
iiidobti'diu*.*.* to niu   i'.rtliwill*.
Dated   tii is- lOtli   day of Juki:
W, Wksli:y Wili,.\ri>,
OlMwiwl  Ad-niinis-trarur,
(.Umibe'i'laiid; ).: C.
/i^T^no^.iiu:;.'������  ;'.  ������:���.-������?���;
Q.\is._5! if..* r?:.-\ ���*'���; . ��.>0j. ..
_s-(fs.:>-,V!',i..-'.,S��',>--'   . :-i',--
Tti^t-.m^iiiiiy i, .(>:������ Lu'-   -��� .-
f��to_ts ����_��� i'.A.',:-. ;r. <.
n.v.-'/ vdUc<; y;__ JVl __..-;'.'r'ti Kit.
&W*��*%vhlfy J'S^iVS : -  h-.>
__ ljcu. W��J��I>' iiJu'iUt��-t-si v-_,��r ft-. JT,.:
cuUko- t.t vay wild_:?���'��� ,.-oa_v. c
Ciul,-ia, t��j.'w .-. yoiii-, VrXtjit-yri^sM.
!pl 00 per day and Up
X*WCl__-f_-_a3b��K IJ va UR UI. J-
_m__ur^f-.i^, fc_i_rg_a p_p_-_jil-�� _���
0     J!'   /^   '
4^11 iii d.Ilii
General Hard1!
'i^r> ^ ���������i \'-t'!f^^m^f(i^\i:/if'A!ii'it>t^^'iiii''i^'j^
jbmi__a*_ww��i���*wnf-��inturi iuNiH-��Ji��Jiii��_ _����'iWti
laJOTlOl''. i.s liorobysivoii Unit nt tlio
next niO-tiiii,' of Ihn Uuiir- of I ji'onso Owin
jni*--i.moi�� A Ibo. Oily of Ciiuilj. rlimtl, I
ii'toml to ri' ply fcr n iciwy nl ut Um hotei lie-sHne luAA l.iy nm i'or tho Wuvuvly
H'l'cl.Jmtuiitcd "ii lot '2, block ., Cniulwr
l��nd TiLviiniti'.
J)'tt..'il Ni.veinboi' ltth, lUI-J.
m.i.mwra ���<UAa.->����u.aj����M.��>��.aa��>��aM"u��a_a��������<��^ia����
Noiii.c. ii., hiiiehy .'.wen t'.J.u At die
in.'\t inei'tiii'. of the Hoard ot Licon.o
Coiiiiiii'isioiiiji!) 1 inti'iid to apply 'ltr il
.;.'iii'\\,il of i!k": liu!i;l liceiihc lield In- nie
inr lin- Nvi.n Siiin'l.uiil Hotel, situated 011 '
���bloc): j, lol j, Cuiiih-iiiiiid 'rnwiisiti'.,
joskimi \valki:r
.Jj_t( U X.,vniiil t'f litli.'llHJ,
Nil'I'lt.K is licivihy ,;iwn that ,U ilu:
n-i.\i in.-liiiK of lho Hn.ii'il of l.ii'eiiMi
<.'.oiniiii|-!.i.:iu-t:i oi ihu 1,'iiy nf Wniiiliev-
laiid, I iiUt'inl ��o apply for ,1 n-t.cw.il of
tin; 1,'j'n.l li> i-'liv. held bv n.o for l!u:
"U'in��� I'Icoi'hl'Iiotcl, titu.'Ucil on ot ���;,
iiliick ',', Ciain'oeiiind'1'.iiMi-.ii'.'.
'li M Novii'.i'ii'i' IMIi, I'.MJ.
NOI'IUK hi bt'i'cliy ���Avm tlui nt Um
next iwi't, ftp of   ('im   H'liird   nf   Licmwo
Q._ L W-CJ &    1 	
licucr,   Clx'uoer 'j"h;m   Most  Dairv  Feeds
VancGaver Miffing & Gram Company, Ltd.    .
'.     ���, Dintributors. N:\i\AIMO",  B. C,
' -3___*mrElT_____��'___f^
SERVK.    ���
NOT ICI. LS UKIiHBY 'GIVEN that the Reserve, a notice of
which,appeared in the Uvil'ish
Columbia'Gazette on the aytli
day of IX'ccuiber, f0��7' 'l* C*U1"
celled in so far as it relates to
lauds covered Ly Hxpired Timber Liceust* Ko. 43936 and
known as Lot No. 374, Saywatd
Diiatrici; and that the _aid laudu
will lie opened for staki'ii.;; foi'
pve-omplion as tiiisurveyeil lands
in compliance  with 'the  provis-
H.?ction  .2.
IsOTJCE h  hondiy -.'iven   that
one       month from   ,      dato,
ii)ipl:cation will be inatle to t.h<!
Stiperinieiident of 1'roviiu-inl pol
���ou .ior m liceneo for lhe "Wile of
liquor by wholesnlii in and upon
tlia 11 remises" sit in ted in llisjown
of Couiwinay, 15. 0. know 11 ��� miu.'
dcs.iihcd ns Lots SO nnd 31,  Sec-
��� ion   1.
, ., .    . -. 1    -,        .    .    _____
'    SKRVK.     '���
KN that lhe. reserve of foj'eskorc,^
, - t
and of the coal   under   the   im?
froutinji; on Nelson and Newcastle Districts, notice- of which
appeared in the 13: 0, Ga_.Ue
on tlit. 6th day of. January, 1910.
is cancelled.
11. A.- RlvMVICK,-    .
].ciuity Miuist..r of Lands.
Lands Department,    Victoria,
B. C, 23rd June, 1914.
Trains' will arrive at Cumberland from Union Hi^' at'8.50 on
Tnendnv, Tlmi'sdav aiid Sntnrihiy
evenings, and will leave for UniiMi
IJny "Wi'diu'ssilay and Friday nt 7
in thu nioi'iiiiio-, aud on Saturday
at .'3 30 in lho eUMiiniv. There is
no elnino'e in the S. S. Cowichan
ij,,l,l nt.-iiii. IM     ">      f"    v...,.     -.    >  '.-.,  1   1
a'..'.),';.:   A :,.:r 7;; 'X -...1. w.)A\\;
'vlinliWili) ti'-uor lioait.v hold by uio,  dl
Ulltt'.t   Oil    M I'J. hlOf'.U    ll,    Cijwlla'l'l'ilnl
D/iloi. NoVaiH'i-i'i' I'm, I'JJ*.
ions of the "band Acl," at 9
o'clock iu the forenoon ou Tuesday, August 11, 1914, For
fn it her inl'onnaliou. apply to tlie
f-Jovernmeiit Aj^eul, Vancouver,
thioii[;h whose oflice, all appli-
oatiens must hi- made,
K.   A. RioiwiCK,
l)i"puly Minister of Lands,
bands   Depai'ln.t'ut,   Vicinfin.
J:l. C., .June jo. 1914,
Si-iili'd ii'iuli'is will bo nu'.t'ivi'il
hy the Milliliter nf bunds nnt, la
ler (linn noon on  the 7th   day  uf
Allif'.ut,   I'.ll-l, i'nr tlui jiiiri'liil'-i' nf
bi.viiso X 211; lo en I '\U\),(U)
I'i'dt of timber on an area adjoining; Lot 171, Litile VnldcH L-liuid,
Buy ward rdslrict'. One yea-r will
lio nllnv.'od iny lh'> vonvy.':'! nf tho
Furtlii'i' partii'iilnr.- of the Chiel'
lHii'erttul', Vieloi'ia, lb 0,
Auy peiV'Uii or pers'.onsi, euttiui1;,
reinnviiifi or takiiif.' any Idneks
tim bur or wood, of any des'criptiodn
)elono;ino> to tho Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off tho liuid
of tho said (Joinnmiv, or iinvoiii'
tipping rubbish of any desoriplinii
anywhere upon the e.oiiipauy'h
laud will lm profioi'.tilcil to tlio full
extent of tii" law,
���). li. LOOK .a 1Mb
General Muuao.er,
Odlierv (;.).v
,  Iiidin;; on loiooinotivcK nnd   rati
v.'iiv ours  of   (he   Onion   f.ojliery
Coiiijiiuiy by nny   perron   of   per-
.'uiiK---i'..\i,i pt lain crew---iii iitrietly
p)'ohil,'tcd.    Kniploytc'a   ere   nib-
i��: tti ('^ini'^'.il lor allowing   ram-
Vw order
Gelierril Miina-'e,.
Conrad .Ri<it_l,
���'     Applicant
Section 42.
MOTIC'l'l is liHreby givwn that,
on iho let day of Deceinber next,
lippliuation will bo miulo to the
Hu|X!iir.icnd(?-nt o'f Provincial Pul-
ieo for icnowal of 'the bold licence
so sell liquor'by reinil iw the hive!
known as tne Jihilnsoinii JIoH.
i mile ai Lund, in lh�� Province of
liriiisl- Colunilua.
Dated this  .'!id day  of Oclober,
LIQUOR ACT, llTll).   ���
{���.'ftctioii '1'2,
N'OTIOIi) U  heiebv uivon   lhat.
nn I he l-'i liny 0;   December noxt,
iippiiciiihiii   will  li"  ni'id"  to   Hie
Siipf-riniiindciii. of   Prnvinch] Pol ���
iic for rmiew.'il of llie holrl   lic'iu:;'
Ut nd\ li'|Uor by 1 c*t_i.)  in the ImtH
known r.t 111 ���   \\'illo\vj llotid, A\n-
"IN TilK MATTER of an. Application for  a fresh  Certificate-
of Title   to   Section   5   Comox
District.   .''"'.
NOTICE is hereby given (il
my intention at the expiration ol
one Calendar month from t_e
first publication hereof to iss.ie a
fresh Certificate of Title in lieu
of the Certificate of Title issued'
to Thom-as Leecroft Usslier La-
con ou the 310 day of September
1891, and' numbered 12567 A,
which has'been lost.
' I.) A TED at the Lancl R^ois-
try Oflice, Victoria, Ii C, this
23rd day of June 1-914.
S. Y, Wootton
Registrar General of Titles.
A ijcu_wweiy aJu'iUt��-4-ji W5,��r u-. r ,>^,.r , &:���
      ...*..___      ������-^���a(*>_,^      ��&-V.S  ;.-���!.
..    .��.,_.-����.-. j v-a.iifclaisvj.a.rBf^lfi.    f.c-ii i.-
HtiiuTh ��t2<*e, 6?6 F St-. Y/aj.-__-^VJ. 7?. :i
v        .-f'V- ���- *
^���js ,-},>. Sj.f .
*4*$\<- tY'-h
Norn:'-: ta > o\ �� k,-.-. ���-.   -
No.' r - ' ���V1. v;c.,-' ���"
QEALLi)   TtiSXA,      ���. i.     '.- :.-. .
<A ������, '-iuV:   i ,\   H'     ';'-   A    .   .. n'
will lie li.-i vi-. f'-.l !<y I ivc   ,J ..."'.' -���������
��� M'nistfr of f*iit��lic 'ia.   'i:-> -���)'  '    -������'..*
'rui;.:.U-.y,  'lie i',ih di-f >'>l  .>������>'   ������>������.   -  ,
tlie  ercriiiiii   . r.u   t.'j:-.ii>      . ���:   -'   .   ,'-
room s( liool-hi-iu?'.1 Jl "     t   ���>. > ���
,'oeriiiriu  ���''.)'.lit Cc i .'. . "'��-..-������
lJl<:l):i. :-7l('_ilic'-,.ii,,l'. (.i ' ' "���
forniti ol ICP.!''! n.ji; i ' :���-.,:'. >'-
t-r       llie l.-.1 ft.1Y ������' *   '���".
I y i 4, a t"       ih.-   , f f i c. f:      . '.
Mr. J   IJairil, lloverairier:'. Ayu.,     /'w
l)��rl.un], B.   C;   Mr.   A.   1.  SmY.i.uv,
iywclritaj:"uf Irhc S<;liovri Sv.iii.:,   V" jf '.',.,'��� -
i^laj    �����?.' .-**.,-;     *>li'm,    .*l'C   ftf.pW'iu.'-.!.'l     ���������
f^'-ifc: ^.(S*=, ^V^..,
Ry _j.l_l?'-��Aiii*n '.fc riic *wie''iw'.si.y-a--,-j.
cuiil'i'iiciui'i i'i-Y .'nv*-'ti -: u^j'-ry ��>, S!h;
plans no A sucifiea-V-w? ter Ybo. ^��t. <���:'
'.ch ��!al!_i's (i'i..\ wlr#(i it's}, bc iviwvcic^
���� I'Siwi'hi-'??! infiJ'e,^: S'fJil 4i'��^r.
S_eii vn"ti,ii*^   ��iifcnt<irc atesTAffcRi^c
by (Wi A��?-pt*'iii   W.ctk ei,es.*_E *iV   ��_i'H,*j-
ca\e ct| df>n.'r<i'  oji  .i  c���_ii��".sJ   bimk cf
(Jan.icbi, :u.vde f'_y��i)ia  lo  t'^o   H<''��>-r-
J.t'tilc lhe .MJaisicr o<f}''-b!ie Woiks, f*.r   .1
i-on..  ei_v.il ui jo   r��i  eifiU A viie ler.A-Pi.
uhiciialvdl t)f- f'jjfeitt-'i if l'h. *:ar.y icn-
iJ'.*nii|i  doPHiic.   o: . onlc   uiJo   con���.-��*.-!,
��Len railed u.ijmij to Ap 3-3, er U   he,  iri ���
ui comi'le'i?   the    woik couiwctf;.   for.
'I'hi' <.3icc]ne_ 01 i-ertifif:_to,5  ui deposit of-
ui'i-iiC<:c>';.ful lendertrs will   !-c*   retuwic-ii-
ui   then   upon   the   cxceiKiaii' of   flic
contract. ,
 ^rfJiTr iTrS"\vTlrnTi t���ItB^"f>15 STTlVTea-^,!, cWr
(Seciion 35)
NOTICE is hereby ��iveu that,
on the ninth day ol May ucM.
application will bc made  to   tho
nv.u'.e out'on tha   f..,-ivis ^uppli-cd, si.'-ned-
with ihe ,'ictU'itl tis^iuiuire nf the- "-Jide-r-
i.t and 'fjj.elcr'cil in lhe oiivelwiae>> {uru
Tha iBrt'c-si.or any lender not neccasif
ily arcepted, .    ���
j.  li. GkirFITI',,
D'cpniy Miuiii'.er jutl IV.O'c Woiks
Kivyiiicoi; !-i:p:ii tm>.nl vf I'.ibilc V/'oiks. '���
Victoria, IJ. C, April 38,1914.
my 6 . pjvi6
ilook mi:i
���ti   -
for the Milk wa;>(���'.n
with, the G-i-vtM: }loz.
I'RKhaH'_iJJ^ J_.\"D
P'ARll rK(;lJUC-,K
Our -lilk j* the prew'c.''
of the I'f:��t Led (V>w;-
LRlvSI'l    i'i ILK    '"
ty Delivrred niornhio.'i ovc::;i.
% i.  1V1ARUYA
rt >
Superiaitem.uUofl,roviiicinll\.-i0lVE  L,,. y0UR ^-^^ (- ...
lice for the I'rautin^ of a license!''
for the sale of liquor  by retail in ���R   r0U J0B   pK WW'*' ���
and upon the preniwcs to bc con-1
* * \   4*t*a**.**am
structed in accordance with   the
KYi''17/~fiiV?. ii'W'it'-y it.-.-����>��>'nY��ri-t��VjVJ
.�� 'M
I Wood   Wood!
, 1,
T" OTIC If h v hfroi"/tit-v iii a*, nlflio
llU'l'Mlll'     M
<,oia.ni Hion m i'i
I'm   )!<nii'il   i.f  Li,why;
tlii. C'tv i'f  Ciiinli-r-
LOST OiiKlObLh   Irom >.o.
7   Dojiot,,   (Twill's bieyele,    plated
.ati'iiijdit   lini'dli'liiirr
ip .
'���J    V'lii" order   for    ,:l,
wheel hur. five  \vli.��.:|   !mb   bnthc,
J \\4, I  tjitciiil u> 1 .id) fir �� ff'i"*iil of! . ,V(, pttchof. on   Duiilni;    lire.' on
buck   wheel,     Nu   iniiil^iinrd   on
���   1'..
tlin wlio'iii'li H'C'i-r hi.'
IjI.ic'j K>, I'I fi. r-on-l-t!"!1, T.o.'1'iiU'.
t,UA 1 MI'S'?.. V'l'l'.
Vttiii Vov*itft-rli
Ili.Ut  *A\
H"i niuiti'i'
s M
nf   lo .1.1^
ior ��!(mii'ii* liiad
nli' ul ('nmpl.c!l Ilivi'f, in (lie Province 'A Ilfiu-li ..'ulniuhii'.
Duleii this I-IUi day oi October,
NOTI'IK it lu'i'i'liv j-ivs'ii iiiiil i'*. thin ,\l niutiii'! nl tin- lioiini ��� f l.ii'i'i'H- f-'tj'n-
tiii;iiiiiiii'i'n of ibu City >>' ''ni'lirr'nfil, 1
iilc.llil i" U^p ;/ Ii'i' 11 li'i-.r.'. tl 'I' !''���' lui-
cl li'iMKio liclil Iii' nn- fm In* t'liiiilii'i'liiii'l
|to'/1, iiluc.l"'. !>'. ll'i- 1   lilnflf li, Coin1 <r.
luiid Tuu'iJi-ilV.
IVI1.UAM  Mrt'.!'.M'!''I.IV
llnti'-l Nov.'iiihoi' II'I  ll'li.
j)li��iK and specilicationa to be died with 1 he    Supei iiiteiident   oi
Provincial   Police,   and   to   be
known as the Pier Hotel, nud 10
be situate at or in-ar llie govern   j
ment wharf ;it l.oyst'Ui.   Nel.aonJ
Listiiet. Mriiiikh ColumbH. up'oiij
the lauds; desei ibed as    Luis
(.!(.)  To..-
rou voi;i:
Gen'i Biacttsniithi^,
"- y\
and ;.��� 1 iu lilock 1.'. of the Sub.L   . J
vision ol
f�� A.
.���V \ !;
i .
part of ,ect,iium,|   and,,     ...���,-,.���,<,.       ftt,.ll.Ul^v
DaU'il VhU lit dav   ol   Ann!,- k "
1 . '���?">>���
Applie.'iUl..'1 ti "     "
JIakkv Ii'lr.xL'.,
*a**m*���w*nm**t ip< +Hkt****m*m*a$ Jti>rMii����-��fftiii'i��MV4* *-**.
ior .-.ale
ini' .',tv��f olijee.
1,t.i.a... ...��
.-.. Sl'WiKO    MACNIXliaS     Kli
I - "^
CA f>v$i'V\\ i_>f,
%-.�� L *it> tc* ��� *>. .1 &>'�� R rt
iiOTICKi'  h-rnby ��ivi u t!- t
iii-H i:n'f!tlm; ';f t'i" I'otrd 'f Ian "���''
iio-ii't i'.i.-1'rt nt llm Cil)'i.f t'r,iii|y'il'iinl
ti cii..ii.*,  1 i'
to 111 oi" for * nxr
Har Liverv Niai
.1.'  11.10
'������'.    it.
M1.    I'liVl
lil'   ll;\    f'l   dr
. hi' :-iui,i:r
i.-\ M v IllDllth.
.li'lll', Ull
,'ave   jn'ii
��� umi'i'ii.Mi'
af���nl:l'll���."u^-. f.mti Cl -tiU'tft mn-\ lie
o'h.rh    I ti'li��v' V/1.-I- 11   J'/,"������i'i.Ji.y
11)0 i-iu
111(1   tlil'V   WU
iui'..\,i:i <i
C ll'li'llu/i I
rl'M'tl?   ;ir. ���
llVr"   111 l"'.\ il.
d.   Citv J'iili',i'. C'trj-ilii'i'luii
*i *n*�� '�����*���
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���**-*     **#    ��'y��1r. *��������� \  >v       '  \  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  BUCK  LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED  by   Cutter's   Blacklpg   Pllll.     Ix>w-  piice.l, fresh.  rclUlile: prefrned by  Western stookinen because they protect    where    othor    vaccines    (ail.  Write for booklet and testimonials.  10-ilow pki,e. Blackleg Pill* $1.00  50-doso pkge. Blackleg Pills   4.00.  XIus any lnin-tor. but Cutler's best.  Tho i-perloritr of Cutter products is due to orcr Ij  years of specializing in vaccines and serums only.  Insist on Cutter's.    If unobtainable, order direct.  THE  CUTTER   LABORATORY,   Berkeley,   California.  ������   ncsJ   loiar0  _!i_-j!~t)ca  straightforward rnwrou*  Trt    from    ex   Mtcbllahed  ���������ai.    Wt thxi riving away  atche*   to   tliouitndi    ot  poo_ l������ all   oTcr   ths  -worM    ti     ft     haje  ttfrurttament.     New  t_    yocr    chuiua    to  obtain cdo,     Wrlto  HOW,     en r I o. I iv    fc_  conti for en. of   our  fuhlO-JlhU    1. B d I 0 R '  Lnnc GuArjta. cr  Gents' Aib-ru, _ei.t  .Airlnffo . r*i] to TMar  with the v.Rich, vrhich  Kill b. c>_n FfTo  (th������.** vdtoiiHS ftro  jur.r&ntiH*- fi*e .������������_>,  thotiU yua tiio tu..  vantage, of our r_������.rTeJ-  low ������fW. *��������� OTpMt TOO (0 tell ____ ll.-W.Jl  fcl-yjt t:* ������.n_ b_rT/ them tho beautl.ni T-atch.  1-nu'l rw.'ilr xhl������> oilci too gnoA to i-e Inm, but .cud  c.nt? to dav m-i ������'*la a Vif YValrh. Vctt  ������,11 ������i a'.iwcJ - *V11.1.1 AMS A 1.1 OYI). Wko o rI������  ������crrc^ctJ tL'tt'l-*" >. W, CQiaC'aUU U.&4, LoQ.hui, -iH  kssUst fi  FSSE.T0 ALL SUFFERERS  Kvo.nL.cl old oIsukis 'kun imwv'uur (lie ni.'jt.  KCFFl'.K Im.U KU1NI-V. lil. U)I>K[i, NKKVUUS IIISKASKS,  CHKIIMC .VKa.h'.l.-.S.I'I.CI'.liS.hKI-.- ^ Kill' I lOSS.l'ILKS,  wnlc lor F,*K_ (ll.'llll ll LM> MKHICAI, IloOK O,-,  tiitsL- ilibea cs mi I woniim F.'i. cwkks cfft'cu-il liy  -rH������.M_WFK_.Vl_.'-iR_l>lS_DY.*���������1 N,2iH.A  TrtERAPION^B:!rWil,i.  tlirreniKlv fot V������,t.K OWN Ailment. Absolutely FRE������  Nu t'.,.|.,������v til' circulars ,No tilili';;ilioiis. I)H. i.llCl.Kt.C  Mci* i;,>,lJAVKi:s,v..f k.'vi,. 1 j '.mi>m i.ajj i.oni)i>.v,J-:ng  wa want to r*ov������ ���������uifc.KA.rioN "ai__ cunt lou.  Canadian Jam Factories Busy  Tlio embargo,on the exportation of  jam from Uio Unit.d Kingdom will in-  creiifio I lie demand for Canndian .made  jams. Uiiring the fiscal year ending  March ;51, 1.14, ovor ?r>00,000 worth of  ���������jams, jellies and preserves were impelled front llie United KitiKucm into  Canada. The deficiency created uy  the liritisli government must be made  uu hy the Canadian jam- factories.  As a result of these conditions there  is greatly increased activity in ihe  jam factories throughout Canada. Dominion Cann.rs, Limited, is operating  Us jam factory at Hamilton at maximum capacity, night as well as day  shifts being employed. K. 1). Smith &  Sons, Limited, has increased the staff  in ils jam factory at Winona, Om.,  and will have a record output this  season. In the plant of Lindners,  Limited, at Toronto, for example,  where, under ordinary conditions,  about forty-five hands are employed it  is e\'|ii'-'!.p(l that night as well as day  shifts will be employed for tlie next  six or seven months. These conditions are typical of those that obtain  throughout the entire  industry.  r,    MANY SUPERSTITIONS  Each Flower Has Secret Hidden in its  Petals���������Some  of Them  There are many   superstitions connected wiih flowers and almost every  one foretells "good luck" in one form  or another. A lilac blossom having live  points ih .lucky;  if worn in the shoe  and wished upon, tlie wish will como  true.   Aricther version is that the first  man one meets after making the wish  will become the future husband of thfi  wisher.   The four-leaf clover is known  universally to be the bringer of good  j luck but should  one give the leaf to"  'another there is luck"for neither the,  finder nor the recipient.    Five leaves  to the clover carry no special fortune  It is said that the first .flower of the  season,  if  found   on   Monday,    gives  j good luck; on Tuesday, success is as-  ' sured for big undertakings;   Wednes-  ! day    means an approaching wedding  i for the finder; Thursday means hard  ���������work  and  little  gain;   Friday  brings  j wealth and Sunday unusual good for-  j tune.  I    There is an old rhyme about eating  J the    brake    and    killing    the    first  j snake of the season and assuring one-  ! self of health throughout the year. In  ; soine parts of l.urone there is _ sup-  , orstition   to   the   effect  that    greens  must bo oaten on Holy Thursday or  one will resemble the donkey in intellect and  disposition    thouglioiit  tho  coming  year.    If  you   would   secure  good luck through life it is necessary  to eat the first May flower* that you  find in thewoods. .  The first wild flowers one gathers  in the spring give you the initials of  one's lover; daisies, violets and clover mean D.V.C.; the constantcy of  one's lover is testified in an unmistakable manner if the anxious oae  can turn a harebell inside'out without breaking the boll. The daisy furnishes a fund of divination through  pulling off 'the petals, ono by one,  and repeating various incantations.  Crippled With        f.  THE  SHIP  OF  STATE  __ - , ] Thou, too, sail on, O Ship of  Kh-M-TY-__tlSlTI   SaiI on' 0 Union, strong and  iviicuinci.iaui Humanlt_. with all its fearSi  And    Skeptical    After   Trying Many  MeJicines���������Dr. Chase's Kidney-  "    Liver Pills Cured  Him  When the kidneys fail to purify tho  blood the poisons left in the system  cause pain and suffering, such ���������s  backache, lumbago, and rheumatism.  Read how this skeptic was cured by  Dr.-Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Mr. .-'. W. Brown, Kingsbury,.,Que.,  \ rites: "I have been completely cured  of. backache and lame back by usiag  Dr. Cliase's Kidney-Liver Pills. I also  recommended the pills to a man who  was a cripple from rheuma.-m. He  was skeptical, as he said that he  had tried nearly everything on earth.  Finally he consented to try them, and  to his surprise was- greatly benellted  in the first week, and the pains left  his iegs until he was so supple he  could walk without pain or difficulty.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills have  worked wom.ers in this place, and  we think there is no medicine like  them."  Dr. Cnase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a nose, _S cents a .ox, 5 for $1.00;  all dealers, or IWmaiison, Bates &. Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  State!  great!  With all the hopes of future years,  Is hanging breathless on thy fate!  We know what Master, laid they keel.  Wliat Workman wrouglit thy ribs of  steel,  Who made each mast, and  rope,  What  anvils  rang,   what  beat,  In what a forge, and what  Were   shaped  the  anchors  sail, and  hammers  hope!  a heat,  of    thy  Fear  Great Difference ir. Corn Cures  Many are destructive to  the flesh  and dangerous to use, but the old re-  i liable  Putnam's   Corn    Extractor  re-  I moves  Corns,  Warts    and    Bunions,  i without pain in 24 hours.   No p.in, no  failure.    "Putnam's" cures. \  STOOPING   EXERCISES  Con-  con  Eighteen Years' Cold Storage \,  It is an.axiom of good cooking that  beef should be well hung before being sent to the chef, but the owners  cf a certain hind-quarter which was  exhbited at Smithfield Market recently have surely gone to rather extreme lengths in this matter, for they  have kept it in cold storage for eighteen years.  When it was1 taken "off the ice," so  to speak, and looked at by experts  armed with nothing more formidable  than magnifying glasses, they unanimously reported that it was still sweei  and sound, and apparently lacking  but little in nutritive qualities. A piece  was cut off and-sent to the analysts  so that they. might ascertain by  scientific methods exactly what chemical changes, if any, it had undergone.  To celebrate this achievement iu  scientific cold storage a'banquet is to  be held, at which the patriarchal,joint  will be accorded a place of honor, but  invited guests may be relieved to  know that there will be other dishes,  and that they will be under no compulsion to eat the whole of their helping of the'hind-quarter.  ' The now famous joint was shipped  in 1806, and sold to a firm of military  not  each, sudden   sound    and  shock;  'Tis of the wave and not the rock;,  'Tis but the flapping of the sail;'  And not a rent made by the gale!  In spite of rock, and tempest's roar,  In spite of false lights on the shore,  Sail on, nor fear to breast the sea!  Our hearts, our hopes, are all with  thee!  Our hearts, our hopes,   our prayers,  our tears.  Our faith triumphant o'er our fears,  Are all with thee���������are all with thee!  ������ ���������Henry W. Longfellow.  There may bo corn cures, but Hollo-  way's Corn Ciire" stands at tlie head  bf tho list so far as results are con  cernod.  Cnrefully   Practiced   They   Are  ducive to Health and'Grace  Stooping exercises are always  ducive to grace.   One must be careful,'  however, that the weight lifted from,  tlie .floor is  not  too heavy.    An  old j  football or basketball is just the right,  weight.   Take position by placing the, contractors at Malta, who retained it  heels     together  and  the. toes at ah ��������� in their cold storage there for experi-  angle of forty-five degrees.  Before taking position the ball must  be placed before you on tlie floor. Now  bend, lifting    one   of   the feet    ant, was sent  stretching its leg straight out back o" I  you without a bend of the knee, and'  pick up the ball. The knee upon which  mental purposes until the government took over their warehousss  some months ago, when the quarter  on to.London.        ' -��������� ���������  'yrOU may be one of the  ' growing,number of Canadian  sportsmen who began   shooting N Remington-UMC  exclusively when they saw the way Remington-UMC Shot; _\.  Shells show *_p in sure fire, speed, accuracy. \\  In case you don't already know Remington-UMC Shot ShellB, by all f A  means try them in your favorite gun. -**  Arrow and  Nitro   Club, the" "Steel   Lined Speed  Shells,"   smokeless.   The   New   Club,   the   "Old  Reliable Black Powder Shell".   And the Remington,  our new low-price smokeless shell. //  Go to the man who specializes in the arms and ammunition yoa     f'J  want to shoot���������he displays the Remingtbn-UMC Red Ball. ^i  REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO.  Windsor Ontario  ~A~ Prayer  The    scoffers    forget      something  wliich simpler people know    lt is that  in this world of unplunibed mysteries,  where   frail,  short-lived,  short-sighte 1 j  huuiHuity  gropes  amid     unmeasured j  forces,  conflicts  arise  that  are  past i  our solving or averting or reconciling.:  Human   wisdom   is  sorely limited  at  its   best,  b,ut  we  believe  thai,  thor';  is a Wi.sdom  beyond it; and to that  in the tremendous hour when lhe resources of human prudence have al!  been tried and tried in vain, wc hum-'  bly commit our destiny, our lives, and  the lives of our nearest and dearest.  We can only mako this prayer, as wo  can only make any that, deserves llie  namo, in the spirit of sincere, and,self-  "forgilting   resignation     to   duty���������Aia  K'liril. Mul alono can found evcinnting  groitiu ss, nnt. alono can onnoble evon  tlin   tlsii'kont   defeat.���������Loudon "Daily  Tohici'jj.'h.-   t  '��������� John' Bright's sublime figure of the  t Angel of Death has passed into a  you are standing is also kept perfectly j common-place of. journalism, and  straight, and tli.re is no bending oi ' the splendid passage of his othir  its knee. ���������    ! speech against the .Crimean  War is  ���������This- fs"^ettlly���������UreTmnciyml^part���������ofy_tnTo^ ���������from~ilr3-"  the exercise, bending tlie body to pick  up the ball without bend.ng the knees  You will find it hard work at ..rst, but  Canada's  Productive   Duty  "Supposing every farmer in Canada  wore to enlarge his wheat production  by putting five acres more under crop  than hu had this year, the total production of wheat in this country would  be increased by fifty million bushels.  If each farmer were to sow ten acre.?  more wheat, the' increase vould be  doubled. Surely it should be a simple  matter to get every farmer in Canada  to enlarge his acreage by this smail  amount. There may be a few wlu  could not do it, but this >.ck would be  offset by the work of those who could  easily add fifty cr a hundred acres.  "The only possible difficulty lies in  the matter of finance. Some farmers  may not be able to pay for the labjr  required to, cultivate and seed down  an extra ten acres. The work of a  national commission and the various  provincial committees should be directed towards helping these particular farmers. The financing of them  would not be a serious problem nor  an onerous undertaking.' The amount  of capital involved, would be very  small.  "This is'he problem which.is before  tho Canadian people, lt is the pressing  problem. It should be considered seriously and promptly. Iu Eastern Canada the land must be preparer..' and  seeded within six weeks. In Western  Canada the land must be prepared for  seeding within the same period. There'  is no umc for deiay."  The foregoing is,from the Canadian  Courier. In owns and cities cutliva-  tion of allotted garden plots (in outside subdivisions and vacant lots)  should next spring be. encouraged  among families of working i_en. "Back  to the soil" is a- slogan with real  meaning. ���������"   ,   '  Guard   the  rising   generation   by  in  the  home  using   always  EDDY'S "SES-QUf  NON-PQISONOUS MATCHES  Positively harmless to children, even if accidentally  swallowed, because the composition with which the  heads are tipped,  contain no poisonous ingredients  the muscles will soon limber up, ant  practised'daily cr every other day the  exorcise will keep the muscles flexible  and in good trim. Pick up the ball ten  times at one exercise, standing tive  times on oaclr leg.  opening words: "i  1 ever pretend to  t- the peroration:  were alone,  if my  am  not,  nor did  be, a statesman,"  "And,  even if I  ��������� voice    Avere  the  Yon  Well,  W''���������(''i'<-  Khrlly  p| fl'.H  liuce.  In tha Swamps  lnti'l,'linow  me,    oh?    I'ollyi  you ever since you  'vi' known  ���������inlly-tmu.  K|.ftiil; of mn as Lillian Wog,  Only" niy    Intimate iiciiuiiliii.-  or c.ijfll me Polly.  v'ri :(iil (g.'i/iiig at new howo) - So  thi:; in your ,Wi houso?'  MiiiM'T (s/nllyi --Ves, .nst, but nm  loaned!---I'pimiuii W'euldi.  Cartcrhall,   Nfld.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������-While in tlie    country  last Rummer  1   was   badly  bitten  by I  mosquitoes, so badly that 1 thought ! j  woull  be disfigured   for a  couple  of j  weeks.    I  was advised  to try    your  Liniment to allay the irritation, and !  did so,.    The effect was moro than 1,'  expected, a few applications complete- j  ly.curing the irritation, and prevent-1  ing the bites from    becoming   sore.;  MIVAUIVS LINIMKNT is also a good  article to keep off tho mosquitoes.  Yours truly,  W.A.V.It.  solitary one raised amid the din of  arms and the clamors of a vena-  press, 1 should have the consolation  1 have tonight���������and which 1 trust,  will be mine to the last moment of  my existence���������the priceless consolation that I have never uttered one  word that could promote the squandering of my country's treasure or  the spilling of one single drop of my  country's blood."-  The indications.of -worms are restlessness, grinding of the teeth, pick-  =ing=oi.=i.iie=iiOse;=ex-trome=peevishiiessr  often convulsions'. Under these conditions the best remedy that can be got  is Miller's Worm Powders. They wiil  attack the worms as soon as administered and will grind them to atoms  that pass away in the evacuations.  The little sufferer will bejmmodiately  eased and a return of the attack will  not be likely.  I  Ice  e's  cl  !appy  Hunch"  Shakc.ipeare'8 Birth  i'ii. exact date    of   Shakespeare'?  birth Is net known, and tho accepted  date  of April 2'.\ it based on clrciini  stiinfiiil ovlilonco.   Tho ro is record evidence thai he was baptized on April  21, 1,'iiM, but no record evidence o. tin.  dale of Ills birth.    He died April 2'b  ldiO and the iiiserlplion upon  is nion  liincnl. Is ovlilonco Hint ho had already  begun his I'orly.'thlrd    yenr, but (Icon  not glvo   any    1'iirl.lii.ir    Information.  Antiquaries In tlt'u eighteenth cnitury,  one      Inii drai      years     iil'ler     IiIh  death, fixed  .ho dato of uis'birth na  April 2H, I MM, throe days before his  baptism:   Though not proved lioyond  doiiliu Hint. (Into Is iiiilvorutilly accepted.    Philadelphia  Pp-km.  1-nglish farm hand (excitedly entering village inn)���������What do you  think, 'Kliiry? The bones of a prehi_-  oric man' ave ben discovered on Jim  White's farm. ,  Inn Keeper���������You don't pay! Well,  I 'opes poor Jim will bo able to clea;  'Issolf at the crooner's Inquest.  Ho���������Was it a case of love at Ilrst  sight?  She'���������-No, second sight, The first  timo he huw her he didn't know she  was nn heiress!  She-���������Don't you think we. would bet-  i tor go back through England again  | on -(.-he way homo?  He���������Hut we did England.  She���������I know it, ' Hut iiinco wo were  there think of nil the lovoly now riihu  tlio Htifl'riigettOR liavo mado.���������Life,  Pos  rn  ������ cashes  fin  illV .1  k f sis I,  and  cream  lunch or  sup*  roti'.il inlo  (o.isU'd U) ii  ������������������..( li.ious !  Iiite In'.iisin (Ium,  Iliin   (likes,   mul  rich (Jo Id en brown  Tlite finnd crimes in *aO(il������,d  '1);u:l;:i'V-s, nlwnys fresh, crisp  .ind ������;\veet; and ready In serve  ui ;i moment's notice.  Change Affects Animals  Many oihcrwis > prolitiiblo animals  nro ruined by a cluing, of environ  intuit, ninl iiiiiniigciuciit., All animals  Unit dwell loui. under eni'taln condl-  tloilH become lioiiienlek when tholr  hoii.n In change I, While Lino or.ui;.'t  nil outward signn of (ilH.siitlHfiidtlo'i  luul dliicoiili'iitiiienl. mixing hiicIi hlock  many never produce iih 1 lln-raIly In  Iheir now liiiiialloii, To obv to tlio  fioiirillillltlcH nt lliorie ficciirntiii'Of lint-  lor treatment iiiimt be necoruod tln'������  nil 1 inn Im In their nrw lioini' than waa  afforded tli(Mti bel'oi'i.' the chiuigo.  Cnws are very Huneeptlblo lo Uio'ii  cliniigfia und when new Ktock Ih pur-  i chiiHi'd i:lve ilii'iu much IndivMen! nI���������  I leiitlon. Metier iiuiirtorH, morn ptilut-  j nhle IiiuiIh, greater earn and Home of  ! tlie lll.VIII'h'N of |il'������ wlll do Hindi lo  i uvei'ciiiii'i  the  detrimental  el'furln  to  The Right of Vv'ay  When traffic was at its height ou  oue of New York's busiest thorough  f: res recently aud a long line of  trucks on either side, moving continuously, made crossing dangerous  for all passengers, a cat appeared  from a produce store with a kitten  dangling from her mouth, and trio J  to cross the street, Each time she  started she had to turn back because  of a truck, and her efforts quickly  attracted a crowd.  Do./n from the corner, came a policeman, lie soon saw what was th.  matter, and while thero was nothing  In the traffic regulations to cover tlu1  point, it took him only n moment to  decide what to do, Going into the  street, lie raised his hands in the way  that truckmen have learned means  "Stop." They stopped. The cat, seeing iier opportunity, took a llrmor  hold on the neck of hor kliton, and  then, holding it high to koep ovon its  curved lull out of the mud, she slow y  and dollliorntoly picked hor way  Herons anil disappeared in a collar.  Especially on Ftrohoad and Chin.  Ashamed to Go Out, Cuticura  Soap and Ointment Curod in  Month and a Half.  MiiMIIIInn Ht��������� Oil City, Out,���������"My fimo  wan nearly imvcrrd Willi pliiiplnN, cspi'i'luliy  un my funiinuJ and chin, Tlio Imulilo Im-  Kiiii wllh iifmpli'fi mid blurkln'mls und tliero  wi'i'ii tliin.i I filliiiiliiiiunl Utr.o mil, Thny  wt'Killiiin iv.I Inmpx ninl ilii.-u fcntuiiid and  I hi|llui7,i'il llm liiutlt;r mil.  " I riibiwd on dllfrn'iii, rcnicilli"!.   Hulvo und Cream but limy did no  l>oinl. 'I lien 1 ������i;iw tlin ii(|vi'r<.l������cint'M of  Cmleiini Hnrip nml OhiiiiK ni nml sent for a  Niiniplo, I uni Hum! Iiffiin iislmi Hum mul  In a vi-r-li'��������� Uiisn I iioilci-d n cliiuum. I UM'd  Uio h.'Lini>li> of Cm li'iiru Simp uml Oliitninil  j biliig Uiem    Imi'lc   to ilbeni. yielding, uml uuo lm*. of Cuilciiu ointim-nt frnm ilio  i ucitlii.   AuIiiiiiIh thai ui'o taken from  I Cllll^i 111,11    <|,<iilulia       .1 lilt    pull.1.0    Hi    ,1  ' Inrnld" V<ne ��������� mi'.oiu' "OteV, l\.-,o \\  I imoily kept Hoo.m to lomi their pride  I and  power of production.    Thorn to  Post  Toasu'es    make  U  mistily  sui i.slncf ������ry  dish  (It  any linu  at  l> 9  ���������Bold by  groc.  2r_.  Citiiaillan  Pofltum f'orca  WiinlHor, onl.  Co.,  aid.  llltlo dlfi'crvnct; hUwcen tlie f'.-cllrig.s  of nian ami anlnialii ami tlio ino.vi  humanely the nnliiuiln aro, trciitcil Uh  ,,,. . I. ,. ,,,;!! i... M,,, ,.,.,,IH,, ,1 ,���������!.,,, I  .... -... , ......  from  tin.'III.  W  N. U. 1021  Mother--,Tohriiiy,    Htop  uhIiib' bum  liroitdful liiiignnico! ������������������.  Johnny���������Wull, tnotlior. SliakoHiioiiro  lllll.'H  ll.  Mother���������Well, thou, don't piny witn  lilm.   he'rt  not  til i.Olli|/,iliii)Ii  for  ion.  ���������Tit-mtH.  \   J!")'  .,('l|(!f  !!i������y  (,Uihc.  -Waul tn buy nny fiugH' lo/i'i?  -What kind ate Uiey? !  Uinhts      and      k-iU   35.���������toi>  driiit hloiu wllh dm Ciillouru Knap. In a  iiiuiidi umt u n.iii mo f>jiiij,ii>i ami lii.'uH-  li":.'.: v/iriM',.^ '���������,...! I i im r.,iiijil(|ilvi'iii-i,! "  (Nirncll MIkh l.yilla Mi'lliviiln, Mny li',1, '111.  A in'iiiratloii of inuiluTH Ium found no minp  mi iu ll Mjitii) fun ii M'Mm uud piuil) inn Hiu  '.Mn and Imlr of InCuici und clilldivu im  ('uilciii'aHti.'ip,   lit tilifiiiluto purity uud n;-  r.    i i    .    r , ���������     ,  .,    .* *.   * _���������....    _.^.   c.������,,..    I.J  rccoiiiiiii'iid II uhovc (inllnucy al.ln wiapn,  lml,thir<innini|i|rili(>Ui(������,ii<jualltli:idr|lc:,to  yet cfTci'tlvu i-niiillii-ia prii|it'i'tliM, di'i'livd  from Ciitlriiru Oliiimi'iit, which rnndcr U  uioit vAliiublo In ovrmiinlnK a tciidi'iiey to  iH.itr������H.iliiK criiiuloiw aiwl promotliiK u nor*  Dial ctftKlitum of m.Iii mul imlr Ik.HIi,   A  klllKlU   Cillall   frf   < (UK-urn   Sonp   uml   tun  tf (lutleiiru Oiniinrnt urn often mimclcnt  m1h:h all i! .<: U. f.ill A. UM by dni������l:;t4  uml iJcuIeiN ovi'rj, itlirro. hlbcriii t������ui|ilo or  cadi mailrd frm, v.\tu ai>.p, HUu Ilook.  Ailild-M i������iat-f;,nl 1'iAUr Drug it (JiiUiOj  Col.., Ui-pl. i>, Uu.toii, U. U. A.  The Colonel's Boys  An aff.thle book agent approached  a prominent Texan.  "U.louel," mild ho, "those nre  inlKht line boys of yours,"  "The llnoHt ovor, struiiBor," nr>nul(isa  co.l tlio colonol. "Tlio llmnil in To.viih,"  "I reckon you buy thom luiytliiuu  thoy wiial!"  "Why, suro, HlruiiKorj I buy thom  unytliliiK' they neud, wliullior thoy  want It or not."  "Then, colonol, lot rue soil yon a  cyelopiiedln for uiem, Thoro'n'nolh  lui; oIkq Unit will benefit thom ho  IlllieJi."      , ���������     ���������  The colonol looked nt tho u/jenl l"  UHtoillHllllU'llt.  "Why, HtriuiRor," snid lie, "thom  1 jys of mini! don't need no eyclopon-  (ilu,   Thoy rldo iiiuSoh,"  Mrs. Henton tasted ibo, suvory niLr-  nol rhe. had cnrofiilly compoiiiuleil In  Die (.'halliiff iIIhJi mid looked nt hor  lniHbiind Koniewliiit apprehensively.  Thou nho viild:  "Roinohow, It don't liisto JilHt us MrH.  Mluk'H did the other nlfilit. Yot 1  thought I reiiienibnnid tho roefpo nil  right. ] suppose I miisl huvu left  some thlni, oui,"  Mr. U.r.lnn tnstod relloctlvoly.  j  (Ion l Oiilin  mi,    Jii) rtiJiiiiiriuU.  "Irr. l'.enlon': face Vrlclilenod vlii-  ibly.   Then lior huKlmnd coiitlnuoil:  ���������"I hero's nothliiK yon could leave  out," lie salil, "that would mal;. It  tiiHtc like tills, It's tioiiiutluii. you've  .ut in!"  Facts Make For Confidence  The facts as to the situation in  Canada compel confidence, confirm  cheerful business sentiment and encourage an aggressive rather than a  retrogressive business policy. First,  the British empire has gone into a  fight for good cause, and with excellent chimces of victory. Second, Canada never before has liad to face a  crisis like this. It, therefore/gives an  opportunity to show that the national  business steel is well tempered. Third,  the Dominion not being at the actual  seat of war, some benefits come as a  result.  Some of the encouraging featur. s  are: 0 >  1. Notable strength of the banking  and financial situation in Canada. The  banks were in excellent shape to cope'  with the situation at the outbreak of  war, and the strong measures taken  since then make the financial position  impregnable.  2. The confidence in ' the national  financial situation is strengthened by  the fact that the Bank of England has  established a depository for its gold  at Ottawa with Canada's minister of  finance as trustee.  3. Tlie Dominion's first war loan of  $50,000,000 will be raised, with comparatively littlo difficulty.  4. Instead of boasting of a popula-  is cause for satisfaction in the fact  that the population is1 considerably  less. During the past eighteen months  w'tile Uie world-wide trade depression  has been in evidence, many thousands  left Canada, returning to Great Britain  and to the United States. The cessation of immigration is fortunate, too,  at this time, lt relieves the labor sit  nation to that extent. Again, the number o" men who are leaving productive  employment here for military service  is comparatively small; a great advantage compared to tho situation in  Europe '  G. There will be a good demand for  tho wheat, grain and fruit crops of  the country, and good prices, too. Tha  factories, forests, mines, fisheries and  agricultural lands will continue to supply ..llieir share of national revenue  Last year the value of their production was $2,509,000,000.  G. Alreiuly war litis given an Im-  pctiiE lo several industries. Business  oxecutlvos rocognizo the pra'alanco of  entirely now trado conditions and nre  studying thoso, realizing that trade  obtained during war time is likely to  bo rotflinod in tines of peace,  7, Whllo triulo has ceased with Ger'  many, the United States and British  markets are still open to Camilla, mid  lu those two markets Is the Dominion's liiKljest, trade'���������Montreal Star.  Dust Causes Asthma.���������Even n little,  speck too small lo see will load to  agonloH which no words can describe.  Tho walls of the breathing tubes con  tract nnd it Hfioins as If the very lifo  miiHl. iiiihs, From this condition Dr. .J.  ]'>. KoIIobr'h ABllimii Remedy brings  tho imor to perfect rest, and henlth. lt  rollovoB Uio piiRHngoH and normal  breathing Is (irmly established again,  Hundreds of testimonials received rn-  iiiiully prove ils ul'i'uctivei.oHS.  DISCOVERS   MOUNTAIN  in  Miss   Mary   L.   Jobe   Makes "Find",  British  Columbia  A mountain, 11,000 feet high, which  Miss Mary LJobe, explorer-instructor  in     history  at Hunter college,  New  York, believes has never been map-,  ped,  was  discovered   by  hor  in  the^  wilds of British Columbia and- a rj-"  port concerning it will be made to tha  Canadian government and to the National Geographical society.  Miss Jobe located the mountain, to  whicli she will give a Cree Indiau  name, as about 150 miles north of Mt.  Robson. The topographical survey of  Canada extends to a point only a few  miles north on Mount Robson.  Miss Jobe and several companions  arrived at the foot of the newly-discovered mountain on Aug. 22, and began the aircent in a heavy snowstorm.  After covering six miles uiey were  forced to return to camp for food. A  flock of grouse enabled them to pro-  visionaud the ascent was heguh once  more. On Aug. 25 they reached witn  in S00 feet of the summit. ^ Here great  ice caves, with icicles 00 feet in length'  at their mouths, blocked prc_ress.  The trip was Miss Jobe's seventh  into the Canadian northwest.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Vegetables as Medicine  . Spinach is rich in iron, and good  for anaemic persons, though it should  be avoided.by those who have any  tendency to liver troubles. Asparagus  can scarcely be classed as a medicine, though it is said to bs good iu  cases of palpitation and a sedative in  affections of the heart, lt seems"to  be rarely prescribed in the present  day however.  The properties of French beans and  carrots aro well known, but much ot  the efficiency of tho vegetables depends upon tlie way in whicli they aro  cooked. When they arrive in towii3  they have already lost a _reat deal  of the vivifying salts they have derived from the earth, as .well as a  considerable portion of tho lifo-givinrj  electricity drawn from the sun, Con-  se'quehtly boiling in salt water deprives them of much of the strength  loft to them, whereas cooking by  steam retains tholr essential qualities, and ameliorates and, In a men-  sure, restores their primitive essences.  The  Limit  Sam Imd, worked on tho fnrni for  nine yours, and until his minder too.c  to poultry funning he was quito Hiit-  lulled with life. Hut UiIh poultry  biiHliic.Kii was a hit too much, lie hml  to mlio tho eggs iih they were luld  mid wrlto the (Into on them witli nn  Indelible pencil, And worto than  Unit, he hnd nlrn to write on thn egg*  Uio breed of the lieim Unit laid (limn  So one day lie tiiarclied up to the  farmer,  "I'm nbout foil up," snid he, "and  I'm Rolnir lo lonve,"  Thu furiiiur wiih unfounded,  'Si.rcly Sam, you're not going 11  leave inn after all tlmvio years! '  "Voh, lint 1 inn," retorted Sam. "IVo  dono every kind of Job o;; this iioio  /nnii, but I'd Hoonor ularvo ihnn go  on Ldlng Hocretiiry to your old ln.ua! '  Sir  Edward  Clark's  Many people who have struggled  with Uio mysteries of sliortlnuiJ have  reason to be grateful to Sir 13dwin.  Clarke, B.C., a former solicilor-gon-  oral ot England, wlio Is retiring from  the bar.  Many years ngo Sir Edward Clarke,  with memories of tho shorthand  learned in lils school days, and of hia  own experiences ns a reporter, do-  vised a system of stenography that  liad none of the mndduiilng complications of those gonornlly in use, Ilo  found it ho usoi'iil in his own practice Unit ho eventually revealed Ils  secrets In u cheap book, nnd thereby  earned tho gratitude of many who,  like Charles Dickons, hnd learned to  tholr sorrow what havoc might ho  worked by u inlsplnccd dot.  Later, sir Edward Clarko evolved  a syslein of rapid writing Unit emuo  between Hlioi'tliiiml mid longhand, ||o  chrlRtenod it "SwIl'Uiiind;" It looked  lo the uninitiated something llko tho  Morso Cod" on Its head, but ll novor  booimio really popular, "   flh  said  n  i.i j.,j ,  bonce I  lldy, will you help  ain't dono riothln'  work  for moro'n  a poor  in the  twelve  "I'lOilBO,  mnn wlio  wuy o'  intinco?"  "J)3iir, dnnr; perhaps I could find  you Hoiiiotlilng.   Wlmt can you do?"  "Thank y\ lldy, thank y' kindly,  riniiu; nf y' could p'raps glvu mu hoiiio  wfipliin* ter do, I could take It 'ome  to mc v.ifc."   London Opinion.  Mlpn In  a mnn  of brood  views,-'  "Kxactly but    In  narrow    clrcuni-  ������tancea."���������naltltuorc American.  Krinilt'n now Iioiiup'?"  paintnr'fi friend,  "I wur goin' to," replied thn housn  pnlnlor, "Imt I had a quarrel with blm,  nml lio wild no't] put Uio paint on himself."  "And flirt ho do lf>"  "Yes, Hint Is whero lie put most of  lt."-������I,lillailolpli!a I'resB.  Higher Praise  "Mnbol, you nro ftlniply perfect."  "That isn't inucli of a compliment.  Flonry.   Gonrfte tells mo fin pluper  fuel."���������KaiihiiR City .Journal.  "Uow is your wife  llifs njornliiK,  Undo Henry?"  "Well, I (Junno.   flho's falln' dread  ful slow.   1 do wish she'd get well, or  pometliin'."���������Puck.  The Lnnd of the Free  Tlio Princo of Monaco, who, bavin:: Imd both mi KukIIhIi und mi American wlfo, knows whereof he Hpuulm  ������n Id of iimrrliiKu "I a dinner:  "Tiirougli iiiarrliigo u Kronen woman  gains lior liberty, mi KngllHh  los-u hero, and an American  ���������" Tlm princo punned und  i]ii!/./.ical!y about lilm,  "Yes.'     Tho   American   woiiiun?"  snid a dohiifaulc.  'iho American womnn," ended tlio  ,,.,.....,    i.u���������i,���������m.(,  jy <jy ao hIK* JIM..  '  MIkk pmilHby lm .,ot a paniile uf  tact."  womnn  woman  lookoii  aj*v, worse's  Indian Root Pill*  exactly inert the need which w often  ansMln every family for a medicine  to open up nnd reKu!ate the bowels.  Not only arc they effective In nil  cases of Constipation, but tlicy help  greatly in breaking up a Cold or U  a-ripfw by cleaning; out the system  and pufifym^ the Mood. I n the same  way they relieve or cure Hilioimnesi,  Indifjesf mn, Sick Head.tdiea, Rheum.  atii.m and other zommtin ailments.  In the fullest sense of the words Dr.  Morse ��������� Indian Root Pills ate       <r  A Household  t\..t-������dr THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  Hi-  H_-_tM_)frrlflln ���������|lrn_-Ti-i1lfiit IMtfrfH.  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Care  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS never  fail.   Purely  able���������act su  Iiul gently on  'ihe liver.  Stop afti  ���������dinner  ���������distress���������,  ���������cuieindi-1  .gestion���������improve  the complexion���������brighten  !ihe eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must beat Signature.  A  Murder  In  1870  Avenged   In   1914  An  exceedingly " sad  atory    conies  from the front.  During the Franco-German ,w.ar of  1870 the Germans, by their invasion  of Alsace, spread untold miseries  among the" villagers, whose property  they claimed. A certain well-to-do  farmer named1 Hauff became so much  enraged by the plunder of his well-  stocked farm that he shot dead two  German soldiers. He was immediately taken outside his house and executed. In vain his wife begged for  his life. She afterwards found their  little boy crying on the dead body of  his father, "-  "Mother," the child said, "when 1  grow up I shall avenge father and  shoot Germans."  The widow, finding further abode  in Alsace under German rule unbearable, emigrated to Belgium and settled near Vise, where she took another farm.  Her boy became a man, tho father  of a family, including two boys, and  for forty-two years liis mother shared with him and her grandsons happy family life at Vise. Thon came tha  present war, and the German troops  arrived in Vise.  The Belgian inhabitants had just  before destroyed a bridge over tho  Meuse. For this they were severely  punished0 by destruction of tlieir  houses. Farmer Hauff witnessed  these outrages, and beside himself  with distress,- ancl remembering his  ���������promise over his father's body, shot  one German invader dead.- At once  a number of soldiers' seize'd him and  dragged also from his house his two  sons.    '  All three were placed against a wall  and summarily executed.  It was thus tlie fate of the poor  widow to see her husband, her son,  and her two grandsons shot before  her eyes.  Even the Laziest Liver  and Bowels respond to  the gentle action o_  t  5  vescertf9������UV  At all Druggists and Stores.  Take    Abbey    Vita Tablets for Sick  Nerves  '.Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND"  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  'Mrs. Winslows  Sootksng' Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  PATENTS  Fetherstonhaugh & Co., head,office  King street east, Toronto, Canada.  Min_rd's Liniment Relieves .Neuralgia.  ,   For Girls Who Would be Popular  Do not do those things which you  taow men dislike, such as dressing in  -La  masculine   fashion     and   behaving  _nore like a well bred gentlewoman.  Do not consider it too much trouble  The .tunting Spirit  Signs have already appeared���������signs  of the hunting season, which is ne\r  at hand.   Signs of a good season, too.  Over the hills and mountains, at  about this time of year, hovers a sort  of mist visible only lo the sons of  Ninirod. It is not inert, but strange-'  iy beckons. By those who have the  eyes to see and the gift and grace  of understanding it is called "the  spirit of hunting."  If you would smile at this fancy, remember the story that is. told of  Whistler. A tourist stood beside the  famous artist in a country of lakes.and  mountains.' One was seeing the sam-s  sunset that the other was only looking  at.      ���������  "I don't see anything in a. sunset,"  complained the tourist. ������  "But- don't  you  wish  you  could?"  said. Whistler. -  ��������� The spirit of hunting, perhaps, will  some' day be embodied  in  marble���������  the masterpiece of a Borglum.  .. The  zest  and   exhilaration  of  the.  When Animals Sleep  Little people in the nature study  class will be .interested in knowing  the interesting hat its of sleep which  are followed by different animals.  Elephants sleep standing up. When  in a herd a certain number will always stand watch while the others  sleep, for the big, powerful beasts are  timid and cautious at night and will  not go to sleep unguarded.  ., Horses have a special arrangement  about their knees enabling them to  sleer on ttyeir feet,- though they also  sleep lying down.  Bats sleep head downward, hanging by their hind claws.  Birds; with few exceptions, sleeu  with their heads turned tailward over  the'back and the beak.thrust beneath  the wing.  Storks, gulls and other long-legged  birds sleep standing on one leg.  1 Ducks sleep on open water; To  avoid drifting ashore, they keep paddling with one foot, thus making  them move in a circle.  Foxes and wolves sleep curled up,  their noses and the soles of their-feet  close together and blanketed by .their  bushy tail.  Lions, tigers ? ��������� and cat animals  stretch themselves out flat upon the  side." Their muscles twitch and  throb, indicating "that they are light  and restless sleepers.  Owls, in addition to their eyelids,  have a screen, that they draw sideways across their eyes to shut out  the light for they sleep in the daytime. ���������  Wireless Station in New. Brunswicx  This war is adding tremendously  to the value of the wireless system  of telegraphy. Wires and ocean  cables can be cut, but the air is still  free, at least to telegraphers, who are  able now, to build generators- capaDle  of carrying messages across' the Atlantic, no small task since it takes  300 horsepower force to make sound  travel that far.  ' The station of the Universal Radio  Company is making Newcastle, N.B,,  a place to be talked about. Its seven  towers are in full view from the  railway station���������in fact they are on a  sixty acre lot of land adjoining tha  railway property. The highest tower, 500 feet, is in the centre, built of  steel, and it is surrounded by six  towers of wood, each 300 feet high  They make a striking appearance.  The power house is of concrete blocks  and has two electric generators  driven by oir engines of'250 horse  power each, built in Italy. The oil  will be received through pipes from a  tank car leading to a tank in the engine room. The operating building is  also of concrete, and- is for the uso of  forty operators.  The whole plant is complete and  the finishing touches are being rushed night and day on a similar plant  in Ireland. Another is built iu San  Francisco. Already messages havo  been sent by wireless between the  stations at Newcastle and Sau,Francisco, 3,250 miles.  The messages from Ireland can, .under this system, be received at a  rate of 150 words per minute. They  will be sent over a leased wire from  Newcastle to Fredericton, and from  there will go over the C.P.R. wires to  Montreal; whicli will be the chief distributing point; Newcastle, however,  being the head office for Canada.  Minard's Liniment for- sale everywhere.'-  ANIMAL SPIRITS  Our Vital Functions   as   They Were  Known in  Galen's Time  "Few persons even stop to consider  ���������when they speak of 'a man of spirit'  that they are unwittingly employing  the language of the. days of Galen,"  says the Journal of the American Medical Association. "Yet this is evidently the survival of the old doctrine of  spirits. We may believe that Galen  had a conception of the nerve trunks  as conductors of something���������he called it spirits���������to and from the brain  and spinal cord.  ... "The natural spirits were that undefined property which gavo to blood  the capacity of nourishing the tissues  of the body. The vital spirits were  acquired in the heart, and when at  last the blood with its vital 'spirits  went to the brain and experienced a  sort,of refinement for the last .time  the animal spirits were separated  from it and carried to tho body by  the nerve  trunks."  Such was the idea of tho vital functions in tho second century. Today,  after 1,800 years, we know that thero  are no "spirits" in our blood or  nerves, but we still sneak' of being in  "high spirits" or "low spirits," of being full of "animal spirits," ��������� of a  "spirited answer" or a "spirited  horse."  ���������to talk and be agreeable to a man. He  -wants drawing jnit and hates talking  hunt are not to be known vicariously  " "*"-"'    """'     "  "*""     TIiey"-"are    le"arn"e"d_Torily  ^to a _irT"who-"eT"i_ently~~coris"i"avers-i.  -entirely his place to do the entertain-  ung.  Do noi be above taking an interest  ���������.In the sports and pursuits bf men ac-  ���������(liiaintances. It is said that a man  :is never so happy as -when talking ot  ".himself, study the art of listening intelligently.  Do not commit tho mistake of flirt-  :ing. A man amuses himself with a  ���������flirt for a few weeks, hut then he for-  :gets l.er existence, whereas a girl who  is trunk and sinc.re is always sure  ���������of men frie.uls. o  Do not cultivate tho habit ot saying  isharp, sarcastic things. Men hate  ���������sarcasm, partly because they don't  know how to take it and because they  .are not always sharp enough to retal-  ' -lato.  ,  Fresh Supplies In Demand.���������Wher  ���������ever Dr. Thomns' l.electric Oil has  'boon introduced increased supplies  "havo boen ordered, showing that  ���������wherever it goes this excellont Oil impresses its powor on tlio peoplo. No  ���������matter in whnt latitude it may bo  found its potency is nover impaired.  'It is put up in most portable shape  In bottles nnd can be carried without  -.fear of breakage,  His Foot In It  .   "WeU," said tho hostess,    bidding  .hor guest good  night, "yon  hnvo,, a  "long  drive  homo,   but  It's  u  lovely  'evening."  "Yos, Isn't It n lino night?" answer-  ���������od tho guest nddross.d.  "So you'll hnvo n nlcn drive and  won't wlsli you hadn't  uno,"  "On Uio contrary, I iifisuro you, I nlwnys think tlin! tlio drive homo h tho  vory host  part of affairs like tills."  Anothor ono of tho things that  :inlght hnvo boon put dlfforenll;' If ono  .'mid lino llmo t ��������� think ll over,���������Cluvo-  Jiunl Plain Dealer.  by-proxy:  through experience, but it doesn't  take very' long. After the first hunting trip there is no cure for.the malady that results. Some friend of  yours for example. lie disappeared into the woods with a Remington and a  camping kit, and. when he came back  he was a different man. His beard was  shocking. He never acted' the same  again. Like Barkis, however, he was  a willing victim; and every year whon  the fever comes and he takes to the  hard miles and crooked trails, there  is no holding him back. The best thing  you can-do is to go along with your  hunter-friend. You can easily get your  doctor to advise it.  A hunter is as old as he feels, and  judged by that standard ho has the advantage over old Ponce do Leon, who  searched long and vainly for the Fountain of Youth; and though the gtlt of  tho trails and tramps andcumpllres is  physical health and strength one always comos back with a sense tlu I  somehow an even richer legacy has>  beon bestowed.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, us they cannot rem*  the scat of the disease. Catarrh la a blood or constitutional disease, and ln order to cure lt you must take  Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and actu directly upon tbe blood and mucous  turlncos. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quack medicine. It Tas proscribed by ono ol the beat physicians  In this country Ior years and Is a regular prescription.  It li composed of tho best tonics known, combined  with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho  mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the  two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful ro  5ul__ln _ uring _catarrh._Send_Jo rJtestl monlals ,_f roe. _  F. J. "CHENEY ������ CO.. Props.,i Toledo." G  Sold by DrUKgLlts, price 75c  Take Hall's Family Pills toe nenstlDatloa.  A rich, but exceedingly mean man,  residing in upper New York,, who had  an excellent wine cellar, but poor  wine, found that in spite of its quality, someone of his servants was always stealing it. He called his hut  ler, who was in a chronic state of dis-  guest at his employer's stingness  and said: "Thomas, this-has got'.o  stop! It is your business to attend  to such matters. Now, what would  you' suggest as the most practical way  to preserve the wine?"  "I don't know, sir," replied the butler, "unless-you put something that's  better worth drinking alongside of it."  THE BEST MEDICINE  FOR LITTLE ONES  A few days after the new farmer  had purchased a horse from a thrifty  Scot he returned in an agry mood.  "You told me this horse had won  half a dozen matches against some of  the best horses in the" country., He  can't trot a mile in- six minute.'Sio  save himself. You.lied to me!" he denounced.  ' "I d'idna lie. It was In plowing  matches he tool: sax prizes," calmly  replied Sandy.  .Baby's "Own Tablets.are the best  medicine for little ones. They are  guaranteed by a government analyst  to1 be absolutely safe and never fail to  cure constipation, colic, colds and simple fevers by regulating Uie stomach  and bowels. Concerning them Mrs. S.  Shannon, Urney, N.S., writes: "I have  used Baby's Own Tablets for my ��������� two  children'aud think they are just what  little ones need. I would not be without them." The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at ��������� 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'.  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  "Belling the Cat"  "Who will boll tho cat?" is a curious old proverb, famous in parable  and in history, The mice, says tha  parable, hold a consultation how to  soouro thomsolves from tho cat, and  they resolved to hang a boll about tho  cat's neck to glvo warning whon shs  npproiichcil, hut after thoy hnd resolved on doing It thoy woro as far  off as over, for who would do It?  Both pnrablo und provorh hnvo lm.  mortal heft   thoniselves    in    history  como to soo i Whon tho Scottish nobles mot nt Stir-  I ling In a "body thoy proposed to tnko  CanaTJa's Oport_nity4to Capture Trade  . The trade and commerce department has issued a comprehensive  analysis of the trade of Brazil and Argentina with a view to showing opportunities which Canada now has of  capturing some trade of which Germany has been deprived as a resu.t  of the war.  Germany's total export trade to Argentina ln 1912 amounted to nearly  $62,000,000 as compared with about  $116,000,000 for Great Britain and  about ?2,250,000 from Canada, Brazil  bought from Germany in 1912 goods  to the value of $10,000,000 as compared with $235,000,000 from Great Britain and $3,400,0000 from Canada. The  opening of Canada' In securing markets in Argentina and Brazil to replace German goods are many, They  include manufactured timber, canned  goods, paper and wood pulp, manufac  turos of iron and steel, agricultural  machinery, cement, furuituro and preserved fish.  An ambitious young man called upon a publisher and stated that he had  decided to write a book.  "May I venture to inquire as to the  nature of the book you propose to  write?" as.aed the publisher, very  politely.  "Oh," came in an offhand way from  the aspirant to literary fame, "I think  of doing something on the line of 'Les  Miserables/.o.nly livelier,.you know."  It happened on a three-cent oar  line. The car was crowded. A man  got on. tie bought a quarter's worth  of tickets (eight)'. The conductor  took one and handed him the others.  "Tickets," called tho conductor as he  came around for fares again, The unsophisticated one gave liim another.  Other calls, and finally the fellow  handed over his last ticket, saying,  Py hlmmel, I puy no more tickets! i  valk!" And he got off and walked.  A Pretty English Lady as Aviator  In France they have all been applauding tlie exploit of the young  Englishwoman who was arrested the  other day at Dijon in France whi e  trying to follow an aeroplane squadron.  It appears according to the Petit  Parisien, that the military authorities at Dijon had received warning  that an aviator had left an unnamed  aviation centre in the south, following closely upon the heels ,of military  aeroplanes. When < the flotilla reach-,  ed Dijon the mysterious stranger  came down with it, and was at once  seized by an officer, who was easily  able to detect the wanted person, in  spite of an absolutely correct military  aviator's uniform.        .    ���������'.'.*  To the astonishment of all present,  one of the aviators vigorously protested against the arrest of the  "foreigner," but an explantipn was  '.ooTTfoTtiYcoming:  ; ''���������  The suspect was a pretty fresh-  complexion young Englishwoman,  who had sacrificed her hair, and had  implored the aviators to furnish her  with a uniform, so that .he might  serve Franco like all her compatriots  How she secured possession of tlie  aeroplane is wrapped in mystery.  ihe would-be'air scout was gently  told that, although her courage was  greatly appreciated, her services couid  not be accepted. She was then detained pending the arrival rf her family, wliich was at once informed ot  her whereabouts. ���������  .,  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  Acquisition of Relics  Tho enterprising American who haa  pleaded guilty to tho theft of a brass  handle from an antique bureau in the  Robert Burns cottage at Ayr had the  less excuse for his indiscretion in that  by merely waiting a fow years lie could  probably    have seen handle, bureau  and all as often as he liked by visiting some museum in his own country.   When in a single day an American  captures    Master    Humphrey's ...  clock, a lock of Wolfe's hair, a iirst  edition of "Endymion," a first edition  of the "Faerie Queene," and autograph .  letters and original manuscripts    of  Stevenson,  ��������� Browning, Andrew Lang  and others; is it any wonder that a  fellow-countryman who has been entertaining guests at the Tam O'Shan-  ter Inn should yield to the delusion  that any object of historic or artistic  interest in the Old World was his for  the taking?   As the judge noted, in  mild reproof, "apparently Americans  have different ideas of such matters  than   prevail . in   this country.    Wo  would not criticisze his decision, but  still,  there  are  certain  forms. ��������� that  should be observed in all our ac'quisi- ~  tion of relics.   To violate tliem needlessly is to offend the very persons to  whom we should be exceedingly grateful for caring for these things until  the time comes when we want the_i.  ���������New York Evening Post.  Sweet and palatable, Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator is acceptable to children, and it does it work:  surely.and promptly.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  Tlio loopnrd maintains lis cxlHtoncn  :!ilongKl(lo Its fur morn powerful rival.-:  tlin Hon uml tiger, hy reason of Its  Sponco, tho obnoxious favorite of  James II,, and hang him and so get  rid of him.  "Ah," mild Lord Groy, "that's vory  well mild, hut who'll boll tlio cut?"  "Tlmt will I," suld tho black Karl  Angus. IU' undertook tho tank, accoia-  pllshod it and wus culled "Archibald  . di this dnt" until his dying dny.���������  (ihiHgow TlniPH.  Not Fit to be Trumed  Recently  n  ludy    iiiiinlour    song-  greater ncllvlly uml power of climb,  writer sent to n popular uotroHH-vo  Ing.   Ofton It Is iirlvou I'roni Its woii-! c-illHt thu words of u now song which  ciirnnd  prey  hy  tlio  bnitu  forco  of  H||0 hud  written,  tlit'KO greulur oiiIh, hut It Ium lho wIhh  linlilt of storing tho roinnliiH of Its  mollis In a tree, tho weight!of niont  thus placed aloft In ono effort bolus  .oinotliiu'H almost Incredible,  Tho iictroHH could  hoo nothing iilli'iictlvo in tho   song  "Norn, what's nil this row about?"  ������������������aHhod thn copper, brouthloHHly.  "Why, this womnn is collecting  money for tho poaco society, nml whon  I rofuiied to contribute nlio linuck.d  mo down," explain.il lho monk-look-  Jug inun.--Huirnlo KxproHH. il       ,i  Tho wilntri'fm wuh cnni'i'lnlnlnp; to  -tho mn Id thnt tho balustrade Honmod  .nlwnyH dusty, "I was at Mrs, Brown's  yesterday nnd her stair rails uro clean  and nn smooth ns glnfis,"  "Yon, mum," mild Mary ,Iano, "hut  ���������1'0'j 'rifffot thnt Vr������  ���������small boy.'."  uml rend lho voihcs to hor husband,  "Croat Heut!' ho exclaimed, whon  sho hud llnlHliod, "What's who talking about 7   Whnt ftoo.t Klin cull It?"  "Slio culls It '1 Wonder If Ilo'li Miss  Mo?'"  was  tlio reply.  "Wnll," mild the husband, "if ho  (loon ho ought novor to bu tnuitoil  with a gun iignln!"  First Politician���������Say, Hill, wot's  this bloomln' mortunrlum they bo  tiirkln' so much about?  Second Politician���������Well, ye see, it's  like this, You don't pay nothin' to  nobody and tho government pays it  for yo.  ,lrst Politician���������Woll, that sounds  a bit of all right, doan't it?���������Punch  First Trooper, Imperial Yeomnnrv  (discunsing a now officer)��������� Swonrs n  bit, don't 'o, Rometlmos?  Second Trooper���������'10's a masterpiece  'o Is; just opens 'is mouth und lots  It sny wot It likes,���������Punch,  "Yen, sir,    Biggs is ono man in a  billion."  "1  don't  bollcvo  I  follow  you."  "Why lio claims to bo ono of thoso  AmoriciuiH who wero In Llego just boforo Uio slcgo."���������Buffalo Kxpreas.  SICK DOC, OR  Proper  Food  Put  Him   Right  Tho food experience of n physloi'io  In liis own enso when worn nm! won it  from hIcIwiohh r.nd whon noeillng nourishment tho worst wuy, Is valuable,  "An utlack of grip, io severe It  ciimo iieur milking un end of mn, loit  my HtnmiK.'h In sucli condition I conl I  tint retain any ordinary food, I knew  of courso Hint I must have food nourishment or 1 could novor recover,  "I begun to take four teaspoon fula  ut Cii'iipu-NutK uud cr.um throo tlmoo  u dny nnd for 2 wooks this wnn nliiiu;ii,  niy only food, It. lusted ho di-llcloiis  thnt I onjoyod It Immensely nml my  Susie's grandmother had been scolding her. Susie felt indignant, but had  been taught novor to "answer back."  However, she got even, .aking her  kitten in her arms she thus soliloquized:  "Kitty, I wish one of us wns dead  this minuto, Not you, Kitty, nor mo,  Kitty, but one of us three in this  room,"  Danger Not Imminent  "Bolter go homo, Jimmy, your moth  or Is looking for you,"  "Jhis she cot tho hulrbrush with  her?"  "No."  ".Then I guess I'll play nwliilo long  er."���������Pittsburgh PobL  "Look here, waiter?", shouted , the  angry, hungry guest at tlie restaurant.  "Yossuh, yessiih!" answered the  waiter, wlio appeared to be all out it  breath, as from somo sort of violent  exertion,  "I ordered that turtle soup an hour  ago and you haven't brought it yet."  "Yessuh, nosuh! Ah'm plum sorry,  suh, but it jest couldn't be helped.  When Ah done cotched dnt turtle an'  was atakln' lilm to de cook ho done  slipped on tali niah hands nn' ran out  do back (loan an' up do alley. Yossuh..  All had to chase hlni foali blocks bofo'  Ah could cntch him. Pow'ful hot  wothah i'o' runnln'.siih, Yessuh, ho'l'.  bo ready in cr minute,"  Full Time Resumed In Textile Mills  The stimulating effect or present  co-iditiohs upon the Canadian cotton  industry has "resulted in'the resumption of full working time inn tbe ten  mills of the Jominion Textile Co.,  Limited. During the eight months  prior to the commencement of the  war in Europe the 7,000 employees of  this company; were . working on . an  average_on]y~70~per"centT_of;fuIMirn"e~  Since the outbreak of hostilities they  have been working full time and it the  present demand for Canadian cotton  continues, as is likely to be tho case,  overtime and double shifts in certain  departments will be necessary.'  The operation at full capacity of tho  ten mills of the Dominion Textile Co.,  Limited, will mean the placing in cir-  culat.on annually of upwards of $10,-  000,000. Most of this large amount of  money w_^ he spent in Canada���������in  wages, ir.r Vght and cartage, in coal,  oil and other factory supplies and in  the i.iany other items that enter into  the cost of the finished product. As  the ten mills of the company are scattered from 'Kingston to Halifax the  benefits accruing from the circulation  of the large amount of money will oo  spread over a wide area.  it  thn (1rnt mouthful,   lt wns no nnurlmv  Tou.h Luck  TTr>    wns    n    Ynrli'Khlriamnn.    nnd,  though ho hnd risen In tlio wi.rld, wn<i  UMiir.iug lo ^('I'lh'w    tnio   tiiu i>oro,|,,K | Wiih quickly built bac.c to nor  and yollow leaf.   To hi- nolglibor nt  nml i������0ttUU umt Htrongih.  tho  dining tublo ho begun  to com.  plni.. about tho Htntu of liis iligoiition.  Thoughts For the Thoughtless  Tho error of a minuto niuy be Ihu  sorrow of u lll'otlmo.  Impiilleiico und human pride huvu  destroyed or misled moro souls thnn  dollh.riito wickedness,  Selfishness puts nwiiy frlendH; Idleness stops Hiiii-QHi. In life; curoleHs-  nmm und indulgence, break down  health,  To do our work conscientiously  nnd cleverly Is not iiiilflclonl, Wo must  do It wllh cheerfulness uml vigor.  If wn (���������Miinliin.fl our own faults .attentively wo should hnvo loss time in  delect und moro Inclination to pardon  UlllHO of othoi'B,  It Is ImpnHHlhlo to llvo happily with  out prudence, gooduoHs und Juhtlce,  It Is a Liver Pill.���������Many of tho ailments tlmt mini lius to contend witn  have their origin in a disordered liver,  wliich is a delicnto organ, peculiarly  BiiBCopliblo to tho disturbances that  come from Irregular habits (.r luck of  curo In outing und drinking. This accounts for tho great mnny liver regulators now pressed on the nflentlon or  sufferers. Of theso there is nono superior to I'nrnielne'K Vegetable IMliH.' tVon  Tholr operation I hough gentle is of-  fnctlve uml tho most ilullciito can uso  tl'OIll,  Help  This Is ono of the biggest llttla  words in any language���������ho.p. No  human being ever gets so big that  he docs not need help from somewhere. Most successful men, as woll  as most unsuccessful men, at nom.  timo or other need Help, and. iho  greatest service that anybody can  rondor to unyone els- is" to glvo them  help,  ' Hardly nn Individual lives that 13  not appealed to daily for holp, unit  tho ninr. or wo.nun who is gr.wlng  and storing up usefulness to his or  her credit Is acquiring tho luipphmt  of raiment wlien hn or she unsworn  a sincorn call for holp,  No appeal Is quite so non-partisan,  no appeal is quite so beroi't of solium-  ness as the fair, open appenl for holp,  Holp squeezes Its way Into ovory fll.r>.  of tho make-up of eevry hum.i) being  and   every organization of evcry na-  Kgypt would Imvo lots u most enp-  ublo ruler hnd not tho attack nu the  Khedivn happily fulled. Ahbim II. ,s  only forty, though lie Ium reigned two-  inid-tweiily yours.    Ilo Is nn nceomp  If you want lo be Inippy, nnd If  ynu want tn lio lienltliy uml if you  wnnt to bo glial that you cun brouth-j,  help Homebody,  Help lluisfi wlio help you. Help  out In the crowd --help where courugo  nml character, privation nml Holt'-  Hiicrliiw! make no outward dnmtuul  for help,   Help olliors und others will  llslied linguist, conversing iluonily In : In itltiRtlvi<l>- wnnt  to    hnln  you, ui  "It'H a qtioor thing," ho wont on,  prn,Jn,'h",tl.rn������   *om Iii I scon 11 v.    "When  I  wor youm?  1   _bUii)   -al  Off i,   lull  UillHl   gill,  IlOWt.  Now that 1 can gut owt 1 can out  uowc."  ��������� Try Murine Eye  Remedy  If you have Red, W������������k, Watery Eyea  ������r Granulated Eyelldi. Don't Smart-*  Booth������a Eva Pain. Dru(j'j'*ti Sell Ml*  fine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 60c Mu. | dor, burglary, otc,   A lndy who was  rlnft Eye Salve In Aieptle Tubea 26c,    ,","~ " 4I ' " "  40c.   Eye Book Free by Mall,  Ai lit Ttik Cm' U' Alt lit* Ikil Nm������I Cm  VURINF EVE REMEDY CO., Chleaaa,  W. N. U. 1021  Properly Classified  In tho conHiiB office at Washington  acts against the law nro recorded un*  Aer a fow mnln hnnftt,, tue.h nt nuir-  working thorn recently ran iirross thu  crime, "Hunning a blind tiger," After  a puzzled moment film placed It under  tlie ll.it, "Cruelty to Animals."  In nany promissory  Is allenU  notes  lho "o*  Tho lawyer waa Hootch und th)  judge wus Kngllsh. The cuso lu argument concerned certain water rlghtn,  und tho lawyer had frequently to uso  tlio word'"water," which ho pronounced very broad.  "Mr ������,fvnml-S(i." nt Inn! interviintod  the judge, "do you spoil /water' with  iwu 'tV iu youi i.ouiitij '."  "Na, mi, my lord," quickly rnlorlo-l  tho lawyer; "but wn spoil 'manners'  wl' twa 'n't.'!"���������Tit-HltH.  all tlie principal Kiiropeuu tongues, Is  strict In hln intention to every dm/  of his office, eschews both uleolio! an,I  lnhuc.cn, ami, though u Mohammedan,  Is, llko Ills father, u monogamist���������-tlio  Khoillvn being u bountiful C'lrcusnlon,  Agriculture  hi  the  Kheillvo'a  hobby, 1 Kino()tlily!-~Soie(::.ed  ami    IiIh special pride uru llie uiodui  farm round i'-u Koulmli  I'nlaci: und  thn iino slock of his ntublwi ami ken-  nils.  though as u mnttor of the plainest  I ruth, every timo you holp Homebody  else you uru helped, Help Is the unvarnished human feeling that touch .n  every live being, It in the princip;.  whicli    eimbioH   tlio   world   to   run  "Orapc-Nnts Is of great vnluo as  food to iiiiRtaln Iifn during nerlous it-  tacks In which the stomach Is ho  ilernnireil It cannot direst and n'lilmt  lato other foods,  "I nm convinced that wero (iropo-  Nuts moro wlilbiy used by physician:*,  it would save many liven that nro  otherwise lost irom luck of nourlHh  mont." Nnmo glvon by Canadian l'oa-  turn Co., WlndHor, Ont.  The moat perfect food In the world.  Trial of (Inipe-NutH nnd  creui.    l������ Proving It  ilavH proves.    "There's n  Hcihoii.**    [    People nowadays don't know how to  Look in pkgH. for tho little, hook,  raise children,    They let the young-  "Th'  Houii to W'ollvlllo," BterH hnvo their own way too much.  !    Tliiat'K  right.    Now,  look at  the.s.  Hoy���������Hiu 'ere long, mister?  Align*!-- AiMini an limit.  Hoy���������Vou ain't caught anything 'uvo  yer?  Angler���������No, not yet.  Hoy���������Ah,   I   thought   so,  ns  thcvi  Clarence--lm you wend Hint tho  deuced dyoii thoy mm to color clothing will no longer he obtainable he-  pnii/.f rit tUn h'T!'!'! " ..!:'/  UckrIo���������Dear, denr! What's a fel.  low to do','   Dwt.'KH iu black'.'  Claruticu���������-if wo uro to (Iwohh lu  black. I shall feel nlnio������t porry mot'i-  er didn't lnnlst upon making mo :i  clergyman, don't you know?---(,'lovcJ.  hint! I'lnln Healer.  "Whnt Is In the mull from dtiiign  ter?" ii.sked  mothor, engerly,  "A thousand |(Ihhph," utiHwered  father, grimly, "and sixteen huudkur-  chiefs, two whIhIh nnd four hutchcx  of rlbbotiH for you to wash and  mnrul."���������KnnsiiH Cltv Journal,  ��������� "Captain,"  "Yoh, iiiudum."  "If you  should  encou.itcr ono  of  thoHe flouting miiioH will you he Hiiro  wiiHii't no witter In that pond till nil j to call mo?    I've ulwnyH wanted  lo  hoo ono of thoso llilngH."-���������Detroit  Vroo. I'reii.  thut ruin last night.���������Loudon Opinion.  ���������  Ever rtad the above letter! A new  one appeara from time to time. They j rlilcks of mine,  They wouldn't hnvo  "Uo wan nlwnys too proud."  "lie Iiiih mi-allowed hln pride."  "What has hnppoued to lilm?"  "Ho'h IniHled."  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_*_S��**Hi* Vfc/-*-" CA't ;  X  THE    NEWS, " CUMBERLAND,    R C.  l1U  KING OF BELGIUM  13  A   MAN   OF   QUIET   HABITS   AND  ���������     MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Has Brought His Country to a Won-  ' derful State of Prosperity Through  ,Hi_    Keen  , Insight and  Executive  Ability���������Is Beloved by AU Classes.  ..Handing supremely unique "among  the figures who are making history in  tho great wars which will mark a new  era for Europe, is Albert, king of the  belgians, newspaperman, expert engineer, lover of mankind and most  democratic of all rulers. ������������������>  Nobody ever heard much of Albert  Leopold Clement Maria Meinrad beforo that eventful day whon he seiu  word io his soldiers at Liego to "hold  out" against the Germans massing  ut Herbestal, The axhortatiDn  breathed such a dauntless, bombastic  assurance that those who read smiled  grimly und a little sadly as thoy re-  Heeled that tiny Belgium would prove  a tidbit for the Teuton war hosts.  Hut Liego surprised them, and Albert, King of Belgium, which includes  some sizable cities and is said to enjoy more prosperity per, capita than  any other European country, was soon  riding at the head of his army of' 200,-  000 mon. While directing his valiant  men he has found time to notify his  representatives iu this country that  the credit of Belgium is unimpaired  and that all wheat shippers may send  their grain, to Antwerp, with the guarantee bf the government that they will  not only bo paid in gold, but that all  Uieir war risks^ will be covered.  Europe, last, haven of "the divine  right of kings," in the Occidental  world, has long glared impotently at  Al'jert, King of Belgium. His casual  democracy, his undoubted business  ability and his manner of dealing with  tha Socialists os that the Socialists,  cursing most labor conditions, paused  to praise thejr ruler, has worried them  almost into prostration. The fact remains that he has brought the country to a wonderful state of prosperity  and the state railroads, under his direct supervision, have become a little  more profitable than any in this coin:  try.  There are few things that this accomplished king cannot do or hasn't  done. He lights, rides, swims, shoots,  and engages in aviation, engineering  ��������� and writing with equal facility. He  w_s an ordinary newspaperman for a  long time, carrying, a police .card, vis-  o iting police stations and doing, what  would be known here as "ship news.'  As a reporter, it is said, he was a  "snappy" wrrker, who scored many  beats and obtained timely pictures  Possibly his sta;- in America in 1SS18,  when he little dreamed,of .being king,  gave him the training necessary to set  a new standard for quicK newspaper  work in Brussels and Antwerp.  King Albert is'more than .six feet .in  BRITISH  NAVY'S VALUE TO TRAD-  IDEA   IS  WELL, RECEIVED  _n^i^iu~aTnrivas~a~rarit~rompi.xiotra_ii"  golden hair. lie is 39 years old, is  unusually devoted and has three elm  dren. He is the son of the deaf Duke  91' Flanders, and it was the mysterious  death of his brother, the Prince of  Baudoin', whicli made his accession to  the t. rone possible.  -i Tn 1 SOS.lie came to Amerl.i, and  tpent niucii time in New Yor.c, Wash-'  Ington and the cast, went west aart  stayed.for months in St. Paul, Minn.  While there ho studied about every  conceivable industry, in the country.  On his return he, wrote a book about.  America, wliich evidenced the fact  that this idea of an ideal governni.it  was tlie one his country had adopted.  l-Ja/ing beon r. reporter for a long  time, he saw'things keenly and clearly, and being the only reporter who  Is now u king, he has developed a  sense of humor which is said to be  the drcud of his prosaic cabinet ministers and his enemies, none of whom  ever acquired that trait , to such a  considerable extent.  The king, who is a great cyclist  and an oxtraordinnryly brave niii.t,  went 10 the Congo and pierced that*  fever ridden country soon after his  nc'iesHion lo tho throne. The thing'",  Iir saw there caused liim to sell all 0.  Ills possessions of Belgium ,u tliat  region after lie had ameliorated thi'  conditions under which the nutiv.i  lived  I'lie'ono ilesiro ot the king was L*  establish a merchant marine an>i  later 11 navy, Aftor lie hnd reviewed  1 io "navy" of Belgium, In tlio Ilrst  dnyi; oi his reign lie orderod all of  tlio voshoIh (llHiiiuntlod, Tlioy wero  wooden hulks, mid every llmo hey  appeared at foreign ports woro tlio  source of vast amusement.  Tlm queen, Iuh consort, is u full  fledged physician. She was J llzaboth.  daughter of llm Duke Curl Theodora  of Ilavurlii, the famous oculist. At 1  tin1 king is constantly soon about thi.  plern of Antwerp, whoro ho ouce Rutli���������  prod news for a iunvnpii|i(ir, conversing with HtcvrdorcH, ho tlio queen evidence., lior di'iiKiei'iitli! Hplrlt liy boinu'  noon working in tlio hIiiiiih ol' MrunHelH.  Hln1 Iiiih omIiiIiIIhIioiI Iioh|>HhIh In many  pi'coh In Hoiglnin, nml Is head of 1111  UHHftclMtloii of womon who strive '.0  iiiiielltiriila' coiulltloiiH miliar which  Ium! working folk llvo.  Tlio king Ih ihi Indefatigable worker. Ho HriOH nt it In the morning mid  rnrely nv.������r conHen work until f> in thr  afternoon. As n inooliiiiilciil engineer  lie !iii������ jvreoiially stupors Iscil tin- ojut-'  ntlonx nt the grout state railroads, In-  Muling American lounging cars ami  Bleeding runt.  rite Hlmpllclty In which tlm royil  funiil.' llvoit is roniurliublo, Tlmy  nirolv occupy tho grout pnlnco pre-  forriig to live in a villi, near by.  Tliov fire both Inverx nf miisle iuul  or"., py   ������������c-iit^:   In   tlio    Htnlls  of  tlm  J,,:',,,,ui  tijui.i  I'lililntj,  r.if.i'u'l   Lil.lll   lilt-  rnvi,! Iin'i, i~'i, thoy may bo nearer tho  offiioHtru.  Tho private life of thn king Ih without n Htuln 11 nd lm Iiiih long boon call-  cil tho "iiioul rrNpcotulilu ruler." The  T1 ���������>'. 11 tuiipiM Vail, liiti'i4 i mm foil, tun  sons and a (Int'pbt.r, tho Inttor being  a grout favorite with tlm peoplo. In a  country tho size of llolglum tlm ruler  becomes a quickly known personality  to IiIh ntilijoctfl nml tlioro Ih hardly a  npot In Belgium with which tlio royal  rnunlo Ih not familiar.  Thnt It why Lean Vamlnrvclto. the  findnllflt louder, newly appointed  mtnlntpr ni tliilo In Bclsiuin. rno������t  democratic of all kingdom*, aald to his  comrades tho other day:  "Lot ur flfiht now for our king and (  country as we have always fought for j  the laboring uan."  Acknowledged    Supremacy    of Great  Britain's Navy Was Potent Factor  in Establishing Confidence  Public opinion in-Great Britain .sj  beginning to realize the enormoua  value of the services rendered already  in the war by the British navy. The  Naval and Military Record remarks on  the fearful anticipations which in the  few days before the war began filled  all the United Kingdom that British  shipping would be ruined and supplies of food and raw materials cut  off. "The most careful inquiry,", said  tl' 1 Naval and Military Record, tended to confirm this anticipations It was  felt that we dare not���������so great wero  the risks���������be optimistic. ^ In , the  months immediately preceding tho  outbreak of hostilities a sub-committee of the commute ot' imperial defence considered in every detail the  problem of how the peoplo of' the  United Kingdom were to be fed during  war time. With the most expert evidence at their command, they came to  the conclusions tliat the peril was d  real one, nnd that tho governme.it  ought to take precautionary measures  in order to minimize it. Ono of tlie  first acts of Mr.' Asquith's administration, when war was inevUible, wa-  to announce that tho government itself would take 8 per cent, of the risk  which shipping would run under the  war conditions which were then developing. A ��������� ���������r risk office was immediately opened and a rate of flvo  per cent, quoted. Day by day followed, and though it was known-that several German cruisers > were still at  large, no news was received of any  loss. Gradually the confidence of shipowners and shippers'was re-established. Private firms.showed no hesitation in undertaking war risks ct a lower rate than the government office.  Within a.few days the premium felt  from five to four guineas, and eventually it was brought down to thre.  guineas. Even at this figure underwriters were prepared to undercut the  government office. British shipping,  wliich was-at first disorganized by the  dramatic circumstances under which  war occurred, has since been resuming its normal course. As a nation  we may congratulate ourselves on thn  To Increase Crop Area and Produce  More Employment  . A proposal put forward by the Reglna board of trade for very materially increasing the crop area ;;n_ output,  in Western Canada has been very favorably commented on in Winnipeg's  banking and .inancial circles. This proposal is embodied in an official circular which is being widely distributed  and has for its immediate aim tho  calling' of a meeting at some central  point in the Canadian prairie west at  which this object shall be discussed  by representatives of the Dominion  and provincial governments, the business and producing interests, as well  as financial institutions and the railways. '  It appears the Regina board of trade  has had a definite plan undor consideration for some time past. This circular points out that the world's greatest need in the near future must be  food, that is tho opportunity of Canada,' which thus will be ablo to meet  Us obligations on the tremendous  amounts of capital investad in the Dominion during recent years. But for  the last co-iplo of years the increase  in area under crop in Western Canada  has not been so great as' it should  be under normal conditions of immigration and cultivation." At,tho pres  ent time Canadian cities- aire full of  unemployed., hrown on their own resources through stoppage of railway  construction, city building and the  like. Thousands of these laborers  were engaged in farming,operations  before coming to Canada. At the samp  time it is estimated that one hundred  thousand heavy horses are now standing idle in Canada' for a like reason.  The idea then,is to get these people  and horses on to the land ahd a rough  estimate is that several million acres  may rapidly be brought into crop by  this means. Land values have fallen  and especially some of the over-large  hind companies might be willing tc  part with some of their holdings on  better terms to the farmer. The object, therefore, of the proposed movement is to turn' to good use these  unproductive agencies. In such a  movement, the Regina board of trad*  is assured of tlie heartv and enthus-  The Louvain Tragedy ,  The destruction of Louvain did nothing to aid the army of invasion.  For.:Louvain was not a stragetic poinr.  which might be of advantage to the  ���������armies of the allies if it -was left intact. . -     ,;     .  The destruction of Louvain did no-  ���������tli i n g-to-w eak-en-t he-army-, f-tli e-alli esr  It added strength to them: for it has  filled the Belgians and the French  with an enthusiasm of wrath, and enthusiasm of warth, adds greatly to the  fighting force of an army.  The detsruction of Louvain did no-  cial business interests.'  astonishing "victory which a "supreme ', [**)}<; co-operation of. Winnipeg iinan  fleet won in insuring.to us duple supplies of food and raw material without striking a blow. Never was so  remarkable a demonstration given of  the vital importance of sea power to a  people who live by and on the sea.  The navy' opened up a pathway for  British trade, and at the same time  and by the name process strangled  the  oversea 0trade  of Germany.^  France Stakes Fate on Her Artillery  TI12 .French army today claims the  most deadly rapid field gu:is yet devised and the fate of France and the  fortune of lier arms in this war depend largely on her' grey guns and  her artillerymen in pantaloons of  blue. Just as Germany has staked all  on the men, so has France elected to  trust to her fort and field artillery.  Germany has wittingly shut'her .eyes  to the awful carnage of which the  French guns are capable, hoping .to  rush and capture them .by. infantry.  France is gambling that her guns will  be able to annihilate any force that  comes within their range. And she-is  ready-LO_sacriiiee~any~number~oi~her  own infantry merely ' to' protect her  guns from capture, to keep them in  action.  Which system will win? This is  the. question that military experts the  world over are asking as they water.  tiling to protect European civilization ��������� the mighty forces hurled at eacn ottnr  from the Slav. On tlie contrarv, it has : along the Franco-German frontiers,  aroused in the Slavs a spirit of re- ��������� Both systems really date back to the  venge, and Germans are fleeing from ' time of the great Napoleon, after liav-  Berlin in fear of Russia's retaliation. i"S heen tried out with varying suc-  Tho destruction ot Louvain did no-. cess in tlie Franco-Prussian war of  done nothing to aid Germanv'to make' 1870 and in the Russo-Japanese war ot  herself a world power.    By that dcs-. 1905. 'While the Germans have power  truction sho has aroused the indigna  tion of the civilized world, 1 n indigiu-  ful cannon and the French have wonderful infantry, each army has been  tion which will outlast this terrible "ill "P on directly diverging and  war, This is no the way to secure a highly specialized lines. The Germans  world  powgr. - j havo    admittedly    the    best massed  The  destruction  of    Louvain    hr.s ', troops as the French have admittedly  done     nothing    to    unite    Germany' the best artillery.  OF  3  ECONOMIC ILLS MORE IMAGINARY  THAN  REAL  STRUCTURE   HAS   NO   EQUAL  New Quebec Bridge a Marvel of Engineering Skill  The new bridge now in courso of  j construction across ,the St. Lawrence  River near  Quebec  City,,, to  replace  the immense cantilever bridge which  collapsed on the 29th of August, 1907,  when approaching completion, is 3,239  feet long   between the   faces of tho  abutment, has one 140-foot approach  This la a Time For Heroic Efforts to  *���������__- ������u_ D..oi-_.e ��������������� ������i,_ f.nlin������.a, I abutment, has one 140-foot approach  Keep the Business of the Country,  _._ ^ ^ gouth ..^ ^    ^__ ftg,  Goina���������Proscects   Are   Brtaht   For 1 gregating��������� 269 feet at the north end,  Going���������Prospects   Are' Bright   For  All Kinds of Legitimate Business.  Canadians are showing symptoms of  an acute attack of economic neurasthenia. No oue can accuse us of being  afral. to fight. Show us a German  and we will tackle him without hesitation, What we "are afraid to do is to  go on living. Instead.of composedly  and cheerfully, taking up each day a  task as the day "appears we are trembling in anticipation of unimaginabb  scarcity and poverty. It isr not hard  times that we expect, we have them  already. It is not simply hard-timss  made harder by war. We could understand that and meet It. It la  times so stark and Inflexible that Iron  Is in comparison as a sponge and tho  traditional poker pliant as a thread.  More prosaically, It. Is something  formless, vast and ghostly, the' moro  dreadful because our reason gives it  no shape. If we were all to be doomed  to death by slow starvation we should  scarcely be more frightened.  . We may adm., that the war will disturb trade, remove bread-winners from  their homes, pile up private arid public debts, and generally mitigate the  prosperity of the recent .ast. It is  veil to be prudent, to eschew luxury,  to avoid over-production, and to provide means for helping the specially,  unfortunate. Having said .this we  have said it all. The sun will shine,  the harvest will ripen, ad the staple  commodities will have to be produced  and there will be just as much food  and money in Canada next February  as there was last February.  Fear is one of the greatest forces  which operates in the human breast,  In its two forms of worry and of ter  .���������or it shapes much of the course of  human conduct. Its chosen a.ent is  the imagination. Its chief activity is  crossing bridges before one comes to  them.  . -If anything will precipitate financial  disaster it is this mood of dread. President Wilson has vigorously pointed  this truth out to our neighbors in tha  south. Our economic ills, like some of  our physical aliments, are born and incubated in our thinking. ' When householders get panic-stricicen and buy  flour by the half dozen barrels instead  of by the bag tlie price of Hour mu.t  go up. Tlu demand exceeds the supply and prices must rise. What  seems to be a .vindication of the fore-  thovght is only a. consequence of the  folly.' When merchant's, manufacturers, loan companies and banks run for  shelter their flight transforms the  wind' into a whirlwind! When every-  FolIy_^"������ui-ts~t3c"onomic���������woe-a~~false  prudence is developed which defeats  itself. ��������� People _eek to save money  end get no money to save.  Mcri,over, the shyster patriot 'finds  his excuse for grinding the faces of  the poor. The coal merchant, with his  bunkers filled at last year's buying  price, hangs a flag out of his upstairs, .,., ,,_  Avindow and adds a dollar to the sell- j difficult  aud provides for two lines of railway  and two footways. There is no provision made for highway traffic.  The bridge is 88 feet wide, and liko  the Forth Bridge in Scotland has a  clear height above extreme highwater  of 1.50 feet, so as not to interfere with  tho passage of steamers to and froai  the port of Montreal.  It consists of. two immense pairs  of cantilevers, borne on two piers, in  the river, with a suspended span between them. According to tho "British Engineer," it is as if two-thirds  of the Forth Bridge were taken except that it is built of plates and bars  instead of tubes. The vertical post  over tho piers is ,the largest single  piece of this type ever constructed.  The fabrication of the different  pieces of ironwork has been going on  for the last year, and a half at the  s' opj of the St. Lawrence Bridge  Company, Montreal, especially built  for carrying out this work.  Some idea of the difficulty the contractors have had to contend with  may be gained from the fact that, in  addition to constructing an entirely  new plant for the work, they had to  face the problem of coustr.ct'.ng a  bridge which has no equal in bridgo  construction, with an untried equipment and a new organization. Und.r  these circumstances the difficulties of  constructing ��������� an ordinary bridge  which would have been great, wero  considerably increased by the unusually stringent specifications governing the work and the unprecedent-id  size of its members.  U_til the bridge is completed in  1916, the railway traffic between the  north and south shores of the St.  Lawrence, is to be handled by a special car ferry vessel just completed iri  England."  E  WITH THE ALLIES  0 - To All Citizen3  The Hereford Times, under the  above,heading, offers the following advice which might well be heeded by  all loyal people throughout the empire. These words may well be cut  out and kept in a prominent plac.  in every home and business office:  First - and foremost���������Keep your  head. "Be calm. Go about your ordinary business quietly and soberly. Do  not indulge in excitement or foolish  demonstrations.  ,  Secondly���������Think of others more  than you.are wont to do. Think of  your duty to your neighbor. Think of  the common weal.  __ry__o__on.tr_ibiite_yQur_share-by-do---  ing your duty in your own place and  your own sphere. Be abstemious and  economical.   Avoid waste.  Do not store goods and create an artificial scarcity, to the hurt of others.  Remember that it is an act of mean  and selfish cowardice.-  Do not hoard gold. Let it circulate.  Try to make things easier, not more  ing price of each ton. Bread, meat,  sugar, potatoes���������the traffic In none of  which has been affected���������are,racing  Remember those who are worse off  than  yourself.    Pay punctually wn t  NATIVE TROOPS OF AFRICA ARE  FIGHTING FOR THE FRENCH  Black and Yellow Soldiers Who Uv*  Under the French Flag Arc Mow  Rendering Valiant Service���������Are Ve*.  erans of Previous Wars.  No troops fighting under t_e Tricolor have resisted more desperately the German advance than liaya l_������  Turcos.. On at least one occasion  their charge put toutter rout aa ������imposing body of Germans. On another  occasion they were ablo to get cIom  to the German lines before It was discovered that they were enemies, Uie_r  khakl uniform having deceived th*  Germans, who thought it was the dull  grey of their own men. In charging  home they havo exhibited an impetuosity that quito equals the bestFrencll  traditions and there seems every reason to, believe that when properly left  they will be among tho most valuable  soldiers that can be employed against  the common foo. The Turcos are the  native black and yellow troops ot  Africa who live under tho French flag:  Many of them are of Arab blood and  to fight is as natural for them as '_������  eat. Moreover, France, like Britain,  lias employed native troops for two  generations to put down risings of  hostile natives and the Turcos will  have more right to call themselves  veterans than any of the soldiers  fighting in the kaiser's army.  Nor is this the first time they bars  been employed on European soUL !���������  the Franco-Prussian war, Franco called upon some of her legions from AJ-y  giers and if she had called upon mora  of them it is possible '.hat the" war  would have had a different ending. At  Wisenburg the Turcos drove backth.  German infantry with heavy loss, and  under McMahon at Worth they.hacx-  ed their way through the solid Ger*  man ranks. Although they were not  then fighting for their fatherland tha  French blacks displayed all tha qualities necessary in a soldier, Since then  they have been brought closer to  France. The policy of the French gor-  ernm~nt has beeu to impress the natives in her colonies with tho mag-  niiicence and importance of ths  French naticn. It is only a few  months ago that, in pursuance of this  wise policy,- the French war ofTfca  brought several companies of Scne-  gambians to Paris. It was said tbat  the idea was to show the citizens- ot  France what magnificent specimens of  manhood'were to be found in thu  French colonies! Tlie real reason for .  the visit was to impress *.he native*  troops with the magnificence of ���������  France.  Their appearand excited astremeB-  dous furore. . They becamu society  ,pet8,_.wero-taken-every,vherer"5_ow_.~*"  everything, and honors were showered upon them. Naturally enough,  when they went home they loudly  sour-ded the praises of the French  people, arid are said to have aroused  great enthusiasm amon_ the enUr* -  native population. It is partly as a  result of this enthusiasm that front  Dahomey, Algeria, Senegambir, Morocco, French Guinea and the Franc.  Congo have come to the French war  office requests    from thousands anl  .  ���������,, ,     ,, '  ��������� .-j       .,,.     a.  1       ->-Ma.a-_VO 11 _ l���������      UiUII.iUiU  vou owe, especially to your poorest 1 tens of   thousands   of   natives   w_a  ���������������������������,. ������������������ ...���������-, 1 dM,re tho privileBG _f g0,n_ lQ p^.  and repelling   the   Gorman invader.  against a united Europe.   On tlie co i-  trary,  it has brought  from  the  Ber-  The quick firing of massed cannon  at clrse   range   Into large bodies   01  lin' Socialis "Vorwacrts" a protest. troops, and particularly the firing of  which warns tho Germans against put- i these cant on at unexpected points  ting tho struggle in a wrong light in | mndo Napoleon master of Eurcpe.-  the eyes of all world and wliich ealld ' Leslie's,  upon tho working class 'who are fighting nt the front to romember their  brethren on tho other side and boliave  toward tliem in chivalrous manner, tt  It safe  to assume that no paper in  A Gigantic Creamery  Australia has tho largest creamery  in the world.   It Is "some pumpkin'"  nr-rinnnv   would   v(MU,irVV7u__ost' if wp mily JmlB������  from  tho f<>Ilowl������c  sentiment of n (onsidorable section of m'luin wrilP1'  tho German people.���������New Vork Outlook,  A Peace, Not a Truce  wo   lose,   neither  "A  iew weeks ago tlio big Byro������?  1 Buy Co-operative   Butter Factory, h  New South Wales, added another ro-  cord to tlio many that it hns put up  I !n the past.    It output no Iobh tha*:  wo nor any , 20o tonn of butter In seven days, Thf  extent tlorl  ,... 1��������� . -  up  the  scale.  ��������� It is  to defeat ,sucn { creditors, such as washerwomen and '  scurfllous avarice, Itself terrified yet  charwomen. I ���������������"* i-ij-uiiik    uie   uorman invader,  preying on the terror of others, that      If you  are  an  employer,  think  .f| Thinking,   as   most of us do, of the  tlie   British  government  has    taken   your employed.   Give them work ana 1 incomparable extent   of 'British colo-  over the flour mills of Britain. | \v,.ges as long as you can, and work! nlal possessions, we lose   sight of th a  ���������   _,ft il be repeated  that this  Is a���������' ''hort time rather than close down.    1 fact that In Africa alono the French  time for economy.   It is also a time ' ��������� If you aro employed, remember the   Hag :".ies    over more than 30,(J0O,0tK>i  for heroic effort to keep the business-   difficulties of your employer.   Instead -    "''  of the country going.   It is a tinu t->   of dwelling on your   own privations.  shot ten sail, or run the screw a iialt   think of the indefinitely worse state of  speed,   It is not a time to put on al't -ose who live at tho seat of war and  life-preserver and tako to the raits. If, nro not only thrown out of work, but  the Industry and commerce of Can- j deprived of all tlioy possess,  ��������� ���������-���������-��������� Do what you can to clnar and en-  hysterical witli fear of tlie unknown  and jnlikoiy."  Consider: the dearth Is more likely  to follow the war than to accompany  it. And then it can be more advantageously met, when the stross and  frenzy of the lighting is past, War  m i.cs work In many ways. Enormous  sums of money are distributed to tho  producers of many artlclob. Farmers,  manufacturer,, of boots and clothing,  coal minors, nnd,all the middlemen  who handle those things will be uncommonly busy. Tins taking jf so  ninny men out of their J(,b.; opens  doors to tlio unemployed. It Is whon  tho wnr is closed ami the disbanded  troops como homo that the trouble  's expected.   The great panic of tho  ada are paralyzed .this winter it. will 1    "������ ������"���������"���������<< j"'������ ^������������ i" ciu.r anu en-  he because the people of Canada grow I courage our soldiers.   Gladly help any  llVKlprlffll    U'Hll     fonx  nf    thr,    ,anl, ���������l, npiro'hl7nHnn       ,f/,������    ������U^I������     ������������������....>-_.     --,  organization    for their comfort and  welfare,  Explnin to the young and the ignorant what war Is, and why wo havo  been forced to wage it.  Japan to Preserve Trade With China  Japan, still burdened with the efforts of tho war, with Bussla, and  wanting nothing so mud. as cash to  develop hor Industries, must llnd tho  call to urmR very unwelcome,  ut the futurn trade    with  Cliliu  whlch  will bo  tho groat market  people, This is a tremondous reservoir, upon which Franco may draw  for years, should tho war lost that  long.  Mow many thousands of drilled  black and yellow troops France conli  place in the field Is'not konwu. Th*  army decree of Decern her, 1900, undoubtedly contemplated the use of In*  nativo troops In Europe. By ihtii  order the French colonial army was  reorganized, nnd while il was stated  tlint the organization was chiefly for  tho defence of the colonies, it witi  provided that these troops might an-  callod upon for Hurvlce in any part of  tho world whero Frumiii Intorcs'.r  were at stake. When the French  brought the Turcos and Sphnsi la Kor*  ope In 1870, thero was very general  criticism of the not, based I'pon the  grounua  that them  was    Homothlni?  , I,0,,n und Ind i-  j���������,r ,.lM,i{ than r.ny   other   farmers  piMidoiii'i' will only hold Uioho gifts at, ,.01H.,,r��������� |��������� Australia.  "It iimn! to l>-,ssii."tli.Ti t.'mro wnc.  Oernuny's will and plimsure. But sup-1  p.iHii, iih In tlio end wo nro confldeiii: |  they wlll, the German ideals of iiuto-l  cr.cy and militarism ninl monopoly do  not bout those of freinlom and national independence, thon there will be ,1  great duty impoHoi! upon \:h and tint I  a larger butter factory In Ainnrl"u  llian the iiyron liny, But the writer  11 couple of yenrs ngo tried to get  im.'tleiilnrH for eninpnriitlvo purpoHet  without    hiiooohh.      Apparently    th.  , American factory wuh hiiiIhIIiuI they  state* with who... we nro m alliance..-1 ,|((| ,������������������ ,.0III0 ,ip t() t)u, c0\tmm\ Aus-  11 vory dllflcult duty, um! one whicn  tnilluti  j    "The double ndviintnge of the    Hy  ; run May fnrt.iy Ih Hint tlio wholo ol  the money In It be]oiign to tlui imp-  , iiIIith. who hIko nee. that tlie manage  1 merit Is entirely In   tholr own hnmlw  to  fnrmurH,   tliU  ....   ���������     ,    ���������,    lllu !   v.. ,.nha.ni ������������������"     Ilk     |ll t.-MUIll.        llOr  Napoleonic"'period was in ]Si:i, wlic: j exports tu China reached SL'lo.OoO.UOu  lllu   limvnp   lin/l   la.l.a.,   l���������.n','.-   I...   al...   .11..    I   I- ��������� ������a ���������<  m.    in,,   f,��������� i;ui.   uuintui    -fi"-"' -   "-'"'a   iiiMiu    wiia     NO 171 Othlnff  tno future, and tlio opportunity of i ���������'���������l',bnroim In the idon of plttinr blaci  obliterating a commercial rival, hns ,m'n' "BftlnHt whltoB. It wan pointed  Us attractions to tlio Jap.uies. mind, i m lnnt tlio hiiooohh of (lie blnckB wa_  - a the Chinese trndu, England Iiiih I a '"snKter tn bo guarded ngairmt OT*a  th    largest       .ro  nt present.    Hor I morn tliun thoir failure. If thev _,ir_  I'll,i.i,I      *l...f      ,1. . . . J     ���������a,j������  liln powor had boon lirokon by thu dis  iiHtrotiH campaign in liiiHHln. Lotus .0  cheerful yot uwliile,~-,lourui.i ot Commerce,  Billeting Troops on Householders  One iiHpoet of the movement of Hut  HHilnh army to Franco wiih ihu rO'  in ;IH2. Germany. hIiioo mon, 'has  IncroiiHnd her oxportH to China oilier cent., with a total In \>i]'<i ���������t  115,750,00(1, Japan mado a Hlmllar increase of percentngi In Die Hll������������������.  period, anil exported $7(i,;iiH),0(iu to  China In ]'.)]���������>. The United states  villi nxlrnordlnury   iliictumiouH,   ex  taught that Die," could defeat on*  rnoo of while men, thny might b������r_n_*  seized of the Idea that they eoutd also  defeat any othor race, and m[gut eves  turn     aliiHt Franco.  TIiIh Idea wnn pit! forward -Rain  and again lu the courmj ul Uio war  between Hint.,In tint) Ji.pnn aud w<c  woro told flint the victory of tlm.lapr  l,���������.l"  ,!....!    .. 11      .      ���������     ��������� ���������  tlio longer and harder Is the lighting  will bo the 111 nro dllTiciilt tu accomp  HhIi,   This duty run be exproHced In a  ultiglo Hoiileiieo.    It  Ik lo yield to no  tiiinptatlon, however great, to let ilio  Ih'.Aoe  :\lu a  il  .���������,������.:.���������!,���������...!    merely a,An  onjP(.t   .Phjjon  triloo, 11 penee wliieh shall havo In It' ,.���������,���������.,.,-���������.  |H unique."  the needs of future warn, wliieh hIiiiII |  '  store up dlsiiKter for the future nt iih- "~"     '  Htirodly iih did  the  Peace of Frank-      Hie "After the Wnr" Settlement  fort.    We must whilst onr oye������ are I     !,ot iih set about dellnlng our liiten  Ht ill iindliiunoil by hiktohh-Hhoiild 11 ' tfotiH.   Lmnt borrow a littlo from Hi-  come in God's moreyr-deioniilno thut  mull vigor of the type* that havo co.������  we will  hnvo nn' onuMiin- nf tiara  ,tr. ,-    ir;.    i   in���������.  .IJ....;  ;���������,    ;,,,;  ���������.,  ���������.���������;.,   ., .  oil's tnutli.   Hy thlH wo mean rli.it thoi true^ of nur finer feelltit'i nnd  f.'tv!  ium.-, ui piMiu fiiiiiii not include Hitch 1 trol our dlHKcntlcnt ihihhIoiih.   I,ei us!  rutliloKM negation of human rights uh i redraw the map of Kuror-t- boldly, us j  tlio annexation of AlHacn-I.orralno.��������� j we m������'.n It to he re drawn, and Im haj  ' "'"'"������������������ "*"*������������������' - ro-plnn  fwrloty iih wn moan It to ho  reconHtriictoil.    Let   uh  go   to   wo'lt  while  tliero !������  uttll  n  llttl.i  tiuif. i,.r������ I  to iih.    Ur,  while our futile fine In-  tolllRnnrcH nro buny, each wllh Its pur  tlcular o.v(|ulsltt'ly    felt    point,    tin  Nor the) Iff 0.4 nnd the dlplomatliitH,   tlio  Welt-I'olllik  whlHperers, and  tlm (In  nnclorfl, the mllltarlM*, (lie nnniimenl  IntcroRtH and the CoHsack Tunr, torn-  tlon    by tho inovttiibli'. red ���������l,,v.n ut.,  lcnderless nodal ilcinorr.i(iy, by the I  I'.KlnnlritT nf the n.iipenilnw ������,.imp.-.,(.-������!  thnt will follow this great y,ir nr.il dis  placement, will surely contrive some 5  monstrous Mun<tc-rlnR settlement, an.!;  nowiil of the ciiHtoni of billeting .roopii Ported tn Jlilna In I!ll2 no more j Mlld "N''1 '>" AnlntlcH with n npjril of    "' "  tlm" nho did In liiinl, niiinolv, ^7,11(10    nillltnrlHin  thai   boded    III'fur  Ihrlr  Ono. I Kurnpean  rulern.    Tlioro lit *)m ()',.  ijiince   normally   m-lzod   in Hf|iin -,,' ������'������������fi-������-lUm rnlHod    that  nenrly nil t������i������  Milieu nt Klim-i-lmv/ hhii  iiiiitiHiiuieii" ,,lark  "ml   V'lhuy  trnrnm  that   could  upon liniiHolioldei'H, III the early IiIh  tory of the nrmy hoIiIIoi'h were qtinr  tei'ml upon Inn-aeoporH, and (ho Iik'ov  veiileiiccH    ni'lsii.g from  UiIh ciikI.iiu  led  to the building of imrr.iokH.    in;''l>r IflllliiK two (ieriiinii nilH.donarloTt  Kiirnpo   troop    uu   campaign  hoIiIoui i ''"'  ���������*������������������������������ !*.**������������������   11    hum     ,.    ,   ||.,s  carry tentH, the iiihnbltaniH of the dlH-  ll������,<''i ������'<'*    tt   every turn bv Oernmn  trli'tw traversed being obllgiwl to glvi>   iikri'chhIvimiohh.       fn,'       policy       of  them lodging.   TIiIh ocoiioin'eiil moth  Oil  Of  llOUHitlg  HOlilllTH  on   pllHHIige  llil'i  heen adopted in Kngland, appui" ntly  witli pleaHiint roHiiltH In making th,.  people nriiiuiinted with tholr defi'ii  ern. Darin; the week of lhe mnlmrjt.i-  tlon oliinen, inked private rcsldcntM it,  London Kiihurbrt to billot soldier* ���������.<  nie.  n.'iinii  ior a tiigjii or two.  ,1" 1n," ' " '      U������'W.lb..Lui ,  willingly,  oven  .f>younly,  uocoijed   to  London Spectntor.  Tlio prUoner luul been railed to the  tno nun mul miuttiieii tno juugo that  owlns to luck of funds ho was not  represented by counsel.  "In that e.ntv," mild thn Judge, "tho  Htate will provido a counHo! for you,  SUtliiR ovor there on tlio first \u<net\  nro Mr. Smith, Mr. Tompkins and Mr.  Wliito, nnd there is nnnflior I.twy-ir  out In the ball. Whom do you want to  reproHcnt you?"  Tho primmer looked the throe law  yorn over very carefully und turning  to the judge Bald: "If Jt Is all th*  same to you, your honor, I think I'll  be pill in Uio Held by Franco : ml llrtu-  niu   are   Moluiiuiiiod.im  mid tliul .0  permit  tliem to Hlnuglitor riirlHl.nni  (Jl>       (J,   of (lie nice would be n  men; Incltta-  Jnp1.11 "\'\n proK(.rve"tlie Intog'rliv at  u'"\ f,'r 'J'"1 J" HiMiigjiter <"<>*������ ot  China, imd when .she linn driven'th".  "" "'.T n;',loM' Mri,ili",'  '������w���������������r. wli*  probably known more itlmiil tlm pr-  bletii of governing .Moli.tnimcilnns  HiMti'nil the niMt of lho iint'oim.piit  together, Iiiih co'ine lo the conofiirtliiit  Ilia! the kaiser in 11 more diuige.roiw  foo nt the proHonf lime thnn 'itm ������Vi  di, unit will plneo some of her Imlia*  npi.v .';.. :}.- !.<:,! im MrvfiM .uni tim  (.henrlns hnve already prove,! llioir  valor iind their devotion tn tin, Uritr  i������h Hag and houii tlioy III lm hr.litr  ing Hide by Hide with thn ITeneh n*  liven. After the problem <otiNtliutivl  .'.,. :!.- '.-.,,,;t, ,1.1. ini.ii n.iiihVdflurtlf  Holvod, il  wlll  be time to Holvit th*  oriH of lh#  oron 10    Mail  doriiiniiH to Hiirronder Klao-Uiou  tliero In un reason to doubt that hIio  will restore the territory to China,  Very Good Advice  Tlie   Hntfller1     To     f,rr..     i,!:.:.   ".  bravely and with honor in everv elr-  - u'ififti'iiiii r,    ri'lliellltllM'lllg    111il t    110    IH   ,     ,���������   lighting for the JirltMi iiiipiio and ior  Kvoryono wiih ready to accuniiiiodate  Hu1 betterment of hiunnrity.  Totiimy Atkins or an officer, ninl there     Tho Manufacturer: Tn keep bin inc  was no illiTliMilly In obtain! .g the lodg.  torioH open, giving omploymoril to a 1  Iiirh roiiuired for the men during Iheir  many an po.sulble, , ���������. ,,   ,,   ,,,, n   n n  ;.. .. .'.'���������. -h- '-'-��������� At-.f,ni, in-. i.o- ,.n-n until, to hen at .1 Inir H',',|Vo'(| "iT will lie "timo to  ho-.Keliolder. i������������*'������vcr often w.ih puz iiiiinrli. of profit, not taking advantage vroh\,:in ,.r,.alP1, ,)V ������������������.���������������,,  ?Ied  oh   to  wh..    billot n;;  luw,lv������;|   ut   he h>Hter111 of   lie momen . Mnhnmnmilon  .������,.������.������.   Ton  what lieilroouiH the    Holdlen,    would      The Mnployeo:    'lo Horvo his om        , i,.,������������������in,  want, how lie nhould be fed, how ho ' ploy or lionemly nnd  well and by hln '   Bhould be treated, afl ono of tin   f.-i'm. ! eiYnrm i/<...������.ii..������ ->���������    ���������'"  Bhould be treated, ;ifi one of Uu fain  ily or nii a diHtiiiRulHhcil gucht. Sonnt  times, neeordlng to a correMpnndfnl  of oin< KtigiU'n nevsHpajier, a kind-  hearted woman would nnk lu a i-ctifll  cffortK keeping open tju������ |>oHitlon' left  vacant by Hiunooim at the front. J Wanted   Some   Denefif  Kvorymdyr    To he choorfnl. lior.,.J    Alll mn tho rliir-t : f..ry, to T.j-t< ,m  ill and happy,  to forget  Uiolr   ow.i I the flf-li ntory������~-Say. Tom, wbem>������ir  onthlUnifvyWr-'-y-X, '"'    l������������������* "V"ki"K f������ l"''P ������ " !osm ' co,iva.ler.t   would   vnuse  m.M 'TojT  rmmuun.. i...it..i.r _..i * ,,,,,t ,.,..,, ,���������  ..tituii.ttt*.  lo Kn-par,. tor ovory <������������������.������   ping a biunmer or a brick w ������nyUtl������f  tlm latter ttate of tin world will be  take a chance on the fellow In the'wor.e than the former.-il. q. Well.  hall:  in the Nation.  provide .sleeping KiirwciiU _n.| poi;k..  money for the ������oldiorn. In ninny fast,.  thoy were aimoM iMi/iprr.d i,y th'  hoimewife, wlio r,j,ar<led it ,ts un ho-i  or to bo nitkml to entertain u tuiWa-  "tola* lo l_e WAr."*  'iliRetiey, yot withmit IohIhr      y p-ir.  Mole of faith in lho tiiagiiHU-orit futurn  ������f Catiada   and  to tm HriMtth,    JlrHt  lit nnd nlwnys. '  The above ml vice Is from tho Vav  vouic-r .uu-i't.   ll i������ 10 Uio point,"  hard on nie bond? (Ji Just t*.������m tafci**  out nomo accident Insurance-- i:u__j_  Courli.-r. ^^  Voung of Ills tima.  ll'L-  Ln������bi*t try ... j ��������� ii,, i,j^  TH-tf *?WS. iWSmKnhAK-T). BRITISH COfclMEKtA.  *������l^������W������������Va"������y������������  *������*(aa^������#**r_rfV.  ... _.���������*������. ���������*_ -J.y_-���������������-.f-ai Hi j_������C( _^____mnrV_-4t' UI!iriaaDlX_UI*-������  *TS>  -1������  v\        ^'.i ���������  y  P   ti      U       J       *&\     fr!   U^  -<-^ ^ zVi^ll 1, ^ Ji |_L  Remind m that ihe winter is almost here  ������fWJW-!_������ir������a'T-^-a''������������MinijtaM>iittij^ iwwbw  rC_t THE V/INT13B. WE HAVE COAL and WOOD H3ATEI13   FROM $1.75 TO SI30 EACH-���������  ������an������ _gj__c_* ������t T'm _������_wT-fit<__B������_w_ri^u������_^_f-t������__������-JW_-_i  Fh.nn.ieuo  Sheets; or.y   and    white   blankets   and  ^ Co ni fort ers in   a full range of prices.  For solid comfort, try a "���������JRESTV/ELL'' Steel Bod  and a "KESTMOIIE"   Spring and iVIuttros.  \  (-."���������Ttt_,-!.'������.'I   t  MAROCCH! BROS    S"  G'RO  '"���������irpc:  3^  6  )/-\f  , 2 X������_/  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING. WORKS  The '.Fisrniture Store  i ^ '5  [..'.,_, IMofk.  ^ MoKINKTON      Cumberland      [  .*_ ii_j^j������_ * a r���������������._-tw^.'Jin������������������������������������Ji������jM_w������iw_w������a_MKn������������i_������������n_mtir������:<i\ ���������*#._* f-iAtiTV-  m.m:, . ]-: l: v ic* i_.  i. *in.i in*-:- i-i :��������� _������,      ! IiI.I'mIi-^  Oct.  -'.hli, du- i::;iii.-- ��������� u'iil    'ii'i'ivi'    and  .' ������������������ "11.--:.n1 t-.i>������������������ J rn- (til.ii-ai.-t; ,  Ai'i'i'.'i' ii-, hh N. li'aiii, .TiU'S-  ai;iv. Ti;lii'->!.'iV .'iii>l S.'iJlil'iJ:-^ Jit O  ���������J I.  111.       I )i:-.|r,;U-,:lt'.!,   M'HK.SaV. Y\'ed-  ",n'.-i!v :mil I'"i iiinY at K) ;i. iii.  ,\ri'i\i! Uv S. S. Ci'Jiniii'i". Virpil-  M'-'s.'iay aii.'l 1-riiiiiy i">'i!iiin^^. Dis-  :-ri-'u'ii,   TImiix!:'}'nn'!   S'liiiriinv  iU Ci.  ii.   lli.  Mai!-. Iiv :-;. S. Gi>v--.di.!ii. havo  ������������������ I'vii (ii^conVJiuu'i!.  Watch Repairing  Agent.--, for Pilsener l.re\vin������' Con-nam's BEER ,  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors...  SECOND   "STREET  I  tf  i  imWSijm^mstm  Drum a Bottle or ^tdsener  ty-y -  'Af.-rf'^ffifwtTiiin'l ii������"__a_n_  ITI  ������������������___-_.������.-_. _ia y__xa_-ce.fir> r>i_ wnwL_.-__j_rjxj wtytf*  FOOTBALL   MATCH  Charily Cup   seirii-fnnal foo-  ' ! nil inaif.h, Ciiy vs   Pieviui, on  die   Y   grounds   on    .Sunday  i f c!'i:ri.n ne.xi.     Niy. de:). W  Oiiuon will ki'ck off  ;he ball  ������������������ I --30-,       _ ^_   .--II-   III! isil.l.  SCaiVU     l'/a.'lti!l.IU   Wi.Kl(jW_   o   T. Ac-oii, of  I-I'irn'-iy I-land, is'  :,i 11  I <. \v 11  -Mr  D.  Mi:I:������'.���������,    nf "Jlii!    Meal  - i- re,   K-tiiw.i-iTiiTi bniii"iny (rom a  :i i.i'ini-sfa tj'ii) tn \ ii'Uina.  -<I������-  !i is not. tiiu "M iii ion Dollai'  ?>l\siii'v" thru i^ lioihci'iii/.; ns  ii!-; nowT" ii't! du; One Dollar  >.! vRtci'V, fiii-1 11ow lo s 1 -o it.  I/' .- i������J" min, lint no ijiio'.v. "Wo  ,. un (io well willi.nil.   jl.     If    will  [if i lil'i.- Sunll I'llOlinll,  Tlio IiiiKsiniis iijiju'iir to havo  ���������7, f (rcniuiiir-jiiasr wiiI'.'..' lliey want,  '���������' -'in ii ml Ml llm riolit time, of  ��������� ii ��������� yuir. Tl'..; Uii'shuhs will ho  .i -ii,o l'iiin;, when ihe Gei'iiiuns nvo  I. i'i /.ilio lo (lentil.  DON'T    Si'KN!)    GO 01)     "  .Ni()Mf-iY 'I'or   uicoiniiotcnL  AVili'.h   Kf-piiirii j;.   if   you]-  V i'.l.'ll  ii    lit I      kl.-Gl. i;l('    t'lll'i  .���������iveiinil.ly   Lli I' UD MTKlt  FIX IT.     (i ve Us "fa Ti'i-I.  F. Lighter .  Practical Watchmaker,^ leweler and  Optician,, ILC-3L0 Theatre Building  Cumberland,, 3. O.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������d  CHURCH  NOTICES-  METHODIST  CHURCH  aSKR VICES.  Public,  Worship���������Sunday,   7  p.- 111.  Bible Study   (S.   School) 2 30  p. 111.  Voung People's .Society���������Mon"'  day, 7.30 p. 111.  ,.'Prayer   u:eeting:   Vvrednes(iay,  7.30 p. in.  '    Ladies Aid���������First  Tuesday of  ^o.v&-!-y----i!!Gnthr--at:-^v-30-p.-iii-v-^   I  P. PHiLLlPPS HARRfSO  1  K EARR1STER AND SOLICITOR  li ���������  fi      NOTARY   PUBLIC CDNVYANCING  si "  A  cjw_-txtfmc-rJ-W wir_iT,������ni  !tf DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  A ..  ot_������-!i_T������_crnr_v_x.'������_i_.TiL^:'i;ii_r:__������_x-_^:iTt^  CUMBERLAND,  witn your meals ,  Notice Ihe good effect on- appetite-and di^es.iGii  P3L.SS1NER I3REVV1NO CO., LTD.  A ho distributors for U.U.C and   Nt'.\vlif<: 1'ccrs, 'Nantiimo  i������a_jT__nTi,rB������.-aPCT,j.t���������-aTr-^-?.-TF-Pf.-4>,-ja<_--^L-������^11'l-m iT'-,nrf"'1"'"^'J'I-,-'"'n- i' rt rJmi.xzrjK.vituu. Umj:*. i.*���������i -r-W-uwn  '^jiiiiiiiiii^L'iiiiiiiiiiiiiCiHiiHiiii^iiiiir^iiiiiniiiiir.iijiiiiiiHiir  .- " ' 1.  H      O  + . 'b  .I.  ai  T  Ki*  Having hou?-ht   the. entire   st^ck 'of  J'ailtHorp   &    Idiens,  of  No. 8  ��������� Mine. I intend to carry on a  B_ii_i^  of Merchandise consisting of  ���������    4  *    -*  .L  *  .u  .L  *  f  A  ���������.  ���������ir  !:���������  .UNDERWEAR  is_?^i_i'._'������i_:.w..a.-i'.__:,,'���������.:i������t_K_rt.  Our Winter  Underwear Stock is complete now and comprises   some 'oi the  ���������ll   iJLST  MAKk.S  v.-  J  I  Pabtor. Kev. Wm, Elliott, 1). A.   ���������_  Messrs T. A. anil   M��������� IC.    li.  Miit'l'Mi'liim1. ni'i'ivt-il linni" mi Wt'd-  / Cfillll V   I'l'illil   11     bllrvilH'f-n trip     io  '7 llUL'OUVO)'.  ST. OEOROE'S J'RKSIJV-  TKRIAN CHURCH.  St'i'vicu.. 11 ii. in. mid 7 j>. in. ,    -  Hilda,' 01ii:-s, L.O n. mv  Snnd.'iy Sclia'iol, 2._0 p, in.  I'r.'iyi-r Jih'fliiif;, "Wcdnt'.-diiy hvoii-  in^*S._9.  l>a_tor, lluv. Jus. Hood,  4m/irnc owxrw rnim zt vwrv  HOJvY TRINITY CHURCH  Services For Advent Suiulav  Holy Communion, 8 30 a. in. and  9,30 a. in.  Matins, 11 n.. in.  Sunday Scliooi, 2,30 p, 111.  I.vcnsou", 7. ]>, in.  Then! will be a Celebration of  the Holy Communion ou St. Andrew.- Dny, Nov. 30th al 3 a, in.,  aud a Service of Intercession for  Fuici^n Missions at tt p. in.  Arthur Jli^cida^er,  Vicar.  JlOla.NJiY   ISI.AX!)  A ilnlici' ninl Mii'i.".l wns hi'1'1 in  ���������;I.i; ,-clinii| lnniM- 011 l'h-' .'U'lduo'  ,. i' Nhv, !jOdi, Miidi-r tin1 cii-ijiii'i's  . i i)n> I'w- ivi'  ('lull, nml wus  ���������I    M|'i||--|    a..,;,.,',.     J, Till'        I'.lllll  illll-  1.1s a\I'lT 7t. 'ri.\\n 1. in '-"i ^'',  . 1 ���������,(���������-��������� nnd n-ciiiiiiiiii; Air- Mn  Mum,, Mi-. K.-..U   ami   Ah-- Mr-  \ 1,111' 1 MJivc   n-i'Il.il i'-n,-;     .\| r.  \|i'.-  ' .ir r.'ii-li'i-'d -���������������������������M'i'.il    ;.f'i"ii - 'li,.'",  .i.ii iii-:iii> :i <- 1   \ ii'Iui    pi 701,  .   1 idi-l.i'd t Ti'i'i-lli'ii!   uni.-ii' l"i' tin-  t ci- .        ,\j i,\    *i I cl ii',i    lllu!      1 -I ni-l'K  ��������� |i- uieu  ll- :'i.'M    !<i    i'd\ iililll'JIi'   ill  ���������I,;  ^   . 111 < _       I'l-Clil'liuil.-.        lil'IIC'Il-  . ,.'1.:.-,   wiuo    ri'i'S'. d    din ini.'     tlie   i 1 i��������� r      |) uii'iliu   w.is    |.,'pl   up  1.1.lil l.ilM a.   111, j .{.jjwj,.;..;..T���������:���������T,1j..!w!<.j���������!,.j,1r���������j,.j,.j,.j.,j,1.i(.j,  a ,,,,,mi; i,  '���������'l,���������������������l^'���������^l!w������������������|$]^Bv.Mamn���������iUi,s������  . "��������� i"1- "���������������   l1'"!1"' fJ-H-jii ... t ���������  a    y  ; \u\   lllfllllr.   lor     '.Of     iixmvi .{.IVOOIHIU^*     III. USC.  !-.-  ;>|.   nl    fill!'   SiMlllil'I'h ill   llu*  ll'-ill'.  '*X*/J"������".tA*.*.H'..5>,������'.''/' */������/,;,' ';:���������? */,V.*t^S)a,������)������i',i  i EO.  woods'!  >;!  Tc'iimster and   l.iveia'inau ������  Y ........       '        g  ".'      1 e.'iiinn. ol All Kinds.     A  'a������l ' '  ';! I'll S   l'"()K    III KM',  ('���������;  i������i  J^Tj-.am Mi'i'.TS Au. Tn.\i.\.s'ij  iv      ROYSTON,     II. C.      %  ,5     GENT'S FURNISHINGS,  HARDWARE  CROCKERY and GROCERIES.  T  "1*  fta������  :  I  ���������I*  i  t  All   Can    Goods   st   wholesale   prices  which must be cleared out.     Drop  in and get prices on case lots.  NO   TROUBLE    TO    SHOW     GOODS  Special Prices on  Saturdays  aktte.rrifiswitnsarirjii  .    Upttn>KNT_r^|(_33_Z_lVl  Wm. MCLELLAN  NEXT TO PEACEY'S DRUG STORE,       DUNSMU18 AVENUe  m  T  ��������� ���������  V  * #l  ���������-:  it*  *,  fchofielcVi _toi*.\-y nib, pir v iraiuit   i-'t 25 and ^jl.T.a'S  'll>ril_nr. .1" linu .a ]. wa-jol  par in'.rinant  .'?.l 75  Pan Aiht 0, fine all wool pe;- ������_r_i .-nt '.$1 .'60.    ' .  Men's .hirts made of fin. oi: itcli _���������!_ hyrs  with French cuffs anrt collar to 111a oh  .   ..   ..'..  $1 ,10  Men's Heavy W00  ������wonters .....���������:...' O'i 00 to $6 50  C.ord.Vaslvats in ali i. idiug shtidos, 27 in, wi:lo, c.,<_.r��������� vai  Ciic y_  TME CimEMT- STOSIE^    K^t.,. Tu-ndi.-  <5  fi)  '������)  rii  r.i  {���������;  (���������)  ������)  (���������)  (i'i  iii)  ���������')  , a/aaanr  Im^  Ciniv.cs l\'.;is()niiiil'.'       '*'     *,'  :!uiiil.\' l.-liui-l iii   iiliv-: ni tl.e  *\%  iMiiui.shul    Konnis  kfiisfiuiihlc   Rules.  fjatjarja^^arjarjaija^fja^ajaajarja-jwjafjar'l,^  ___-_4jl |W1J-M1(||yaaf*������-������*--Jt_M__.ra_M_i_r_i_-������-_'jciiM_i jitvriuiv't; r/i'M.^M'incnnJT.ainPurjfr^nur'A'.m-Ji"!-". ���������i.*rAniKRrr/TtMiWt������������W'T>aiTTiKrikiiiiMr~Mia*'*  ������  ������  1?)  (.1.1  (.  (r)  (.'V  (���������J  (���������;  (���������;  (���������;  aV  I*  ui 'i  '���������i  t.  (������)  ���������������  w  Dunsmnk Avenue   <;">  (���������)  (Miii'Vaitc <.:uinl)'Jidiind TIfHel, (������j  ('1,1  9        DYE  W 0 pv k s  Clothes   Cleaned & ��������� Pressed  ipF". 'J'In spots will not vc-iippwir a<;aiu, as  we use 'lio l'tenoh Drv '���������']��������� lining sysicin Dyes  nf cveruliiniii Saiisl'aciinu j;u!ii':iutecd.  Gcods Colled   'i'ci'and Deliverred  fctMiUriM  HHHI1|.M>*H-liH������>W|lifc'a'"'"r'  !���������)  '.I  i*l  1*'.  r.i  (*:  -i,  III  fi;  .fn.  Prices   Very    Moderate  Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Welch  Al Ntw Cukrcd I.'.-irber Sl'.op.  MM  KOU, HAL!']-_ muni 1)������ i>l.ii������i������:Mi   lAf^'J KljCil \ h U^i'UKh  ', !*l (.'iu:ll.     Apply ll. Soiliin,  llnrti'l    I I  \ i liy Irl.uiil.  "  ,S,.i/r Sewing Machine Ncrdles for  ������������������ ?)������al J'.'f (vuik':\r,m\ 'NrWS'  ',-nt  ^''iii',-! Su; (.I i-a ;,'.  !!ll  IO'   Third House iMom   * L. ,.-,.,  li. C   'IV'i.'jihom.'  Mxt'lianife  :!;  '; di.hwmnt avi*;ni:k :!:  y      Cuniljcrl.ind.  li    C.        ���������{���������  v ���������}���������  VhlinSlrings for sale ot the'NEWS  shk \v, .v.'M-:j.i,.\.v,s n.\f.'/>  t:m!v; r,;.(-;; m.t o.n  KliON'T PACK.  A lec-.n* on linlnstrial Ivln  ^���������'liif.n     a,.;,!    !i,a    f^ljivrorl    hv  ������ John Kyles, lion A. It. C. A.,  London. Orpjaui/.cr   of Te-lini-  . r.-il J{ducalion for the ICducati"  o ml   Depattnioni    of Ji, (J., in  ������ I a ���������  the  Hollo    Tin .1 li',  on  r,id;i\  fveuinu. iininodi.i'iK' after   fn-'  fal'OW,  'i!i!!i:iiii!!i:i:iiiiiiii!i!::i!i:!iiii!iiii!i:;!;i:iii!iiii!ii!::!ii!;i;!;iiiii!iiiiia^^  aisi:;ii!iiii!i!i;iiii!i!i:i,-:i!!iii'i;i!iiiiii::;i!!i:i!i!!iii;:;iii!ii:i!i:iiiii!iiiiiin  a- ���������_���������.  .|   Capita! Pctid Up $11,560,000. Ko.erve $13 0.0.0        %  1   The Royal Bank of Canada...   1;  |  Dl.AFTS   IS6U1.D   IN" AN.Y    CUIlUKKllY,   l'AYAIU.J.   ALL f'  | OYICU    TII IC    WOULD. 'jj  I spj-ClAl/ATVKNTiOX.iuii'l in >-AY,IN(iS ACCOUNTS 4t inleren  |:  !��������������� y  _    nl liijiliei-'l   CuiT-iit Ilnti'S iilh-v .-.., .., !.'������-., iis-ilf nf !|>l nml iipwvirilia.    _���������'  5 ��������� ' fi  s   CUMBERLA^'D, B. 0 ,'Brunch, Oyiox, X>n\\ /      D   __. Moirison, 'ATp',   p!  | UNION TAY, B.O, Branch, Oj^n T ni y,       F. 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