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The Cumberland News Feb 10, 1914

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Array fltatesjTfttafrft^w, rf���������di'w.-iin^Uafr.?Mra^������d_fag^  W#*tJ.������w-~~. __  ,  ^Z7xyy  'S^..���������j,;^<.''^;vd.uK^:^t.T^  - 'hi  ')  .   n  /<  V''*.''  n.  v  y  i..  \X  Devoted Especially to the Interests of Cumberland and Surrounding District.  Tue News, Twenty First Ykau  CUMBERLAND   B. C\ WEDNESDAY,   FKB. 10 :q:4  A.  SUUSCKIJ'TION $1.00 A Y.l-AR  ly  '  Dry. Goods; Gent's  /'Furnishings,     and  House Furnishings  Sale Commences' Sat., Feb., (3th  A Special   Opportunity  vto Save Money!  ONE WEEK ONLY  erms  Cash0  erms Gash  __BA.R-GA;LMS-!_B-A-RG-A4-N-S-!-  aH  \m*.marxm.Kign  UKMi^nujuanuenne^tat  SipOfl liEISER 8Y0o,h'S  MEETING OF LIBERALS  A meeting of tlio Cumberland  Liberal Assneiiition was lie d in  K, of 1'. Hiiil un Moi'duy even*:  in������>.    There were uhuiit  fortv old  |^ V  nnd now members present. The  Secretiry road several eoiiiiiuini-  eiiiious, nl'ter wliich the election  id!..iilliceis was proceeded -with,  which 1'Uf.iilted us follows:���������President, J, Uruce; Vice-I'reMilent,  J. Tiiuuiotiu; Secretary, J. G.  lii^t;'-; Treiisurj*, Jus, livid,  An kixeciitive of ten was ohciod,  ���������hxcIimvu uf ollicors, whicli will  make fourteen. Mi'. I*. !'��������� Il'ir  risun, who hnd bnnn tho vovy dll.  oiui'it secretin')' for several years;  was uriicd to stand for rc"eu-cti>������n,  hnt 'declined. A' large niiinhor ul'  application*- for nien.heiship was  Inimical in,  MM>>������MM������*t  short time there   unfolded0 b'efo.io  tis lines of cnvulrv scouting in'jid-  aJ fr������ ������       ,i  vSoice,   lines   of   skirmishers,   a  fi'eld battery or   two   flanked   hv  ., a- *,  cavalry, company ��������� after company  of iiifa'nli'V, sionitllors on bicycles,  despatch couriers on motor-cycles  and horses, a ' field 'telephone  corpc laying hs wires at a gallop,  and uehind us half a dozen armored motorcars with wicked-1 ok  liijf raiiii!Tires showinir. As aim  al, our UnltalioH, now known in;  the First 1,5. Ci IJegimeht, drew  down special mention from- ihe  officer reviewing lis.     , 0  On the SDtli I found myself oii  a fatigue at Camp oHendqiinriers,  where I had to water a cuii'plo of  St ail:-Officer's horses .and exercise  tllHtll.  Wednesday was* pay-day, and  vaccinal ion'ylay.  .4. _  '��������� ()ti. Thursday,]j"J)cc. 3rd,, we  packed our kits ami left West  Down Souih, and  marched.to this  a. ' i  place���������Larch Hill,   .1 believe they  call it���������rijdit close to Uio   iiv ins-  j " f        r*t  tiheds, and   aijout 'ii   mile   from  Srouehenge, ..where we liavo taken  iij) our abode'Mi  galvanized    iron  huts.    There are   about thirty of  us in "this one, with   Sergeant J I.  in charne. and we are   trying ' to  make oui selves as   comfui table-as  we can.     We have been   on-'the  jump ever sinwycarrying supplies  digging drains around oin*. shack*-,  and so on, and Hie .prospects   are  that' wtf.shalLpai.ida_<)nly_o!>���������fa--  _evn'.d    diiVS Yet.     We  up   in    tbe  ml       of ihe uiii'lir to .soap down  ibu teirf to kei������p out. the" rain!  Lovingly,  iM.ETflli'R.  WHO LIFTED THE  LID OFF HELL ?  THAT is the title of n- little  booklet written bv Klbert Hubbard, editor of "'The Philistine,''  published at Kast Aurora, N.. Y,  Hubbard i.s a forceful and  straight-froin-tlie-shonlder wrier. In the booklet referred lo  above, as well as iu ihe war  number of the Philistine, the  cutting loyic of this writer pros,  cuts some glaring facts with ref  erence lo Germany and the Kais  er wliieh it inay do the Untied  Slates some good to have circulated in tlieir midst. It may even have  tiie effect  of inducing'  t ��������� 4  the- American' Government io  forsake the pit:ably weak ' atti-  .tudc it has assumed- lowardVthe  woild's great war for the preservation of civilization, and rouse  some feeling of, shame at lhe  lack of American backbone in  ibis crisis. ���������  .As many readeis 'may Hot  have an opportunity' of reading  what'Mr, Hubbard has written,  we are using space to reproduce  some selected hot extracts wliich  strike, us as good, hotshot, delivered with the precision of a  machine gun:��������� - ���������.- .  * 'if. anyone asks, "Who lilted  the lid off of  Hell:? " -liVihe  him'' is the true symptom ol par  onoia.  'o  tigues for  no ioiiije.r lived to jvet'  truthful., answer  Hchenzollcrn.V  'William  Then'follows a graphic des-  crintion   of   war   conditions' iu  A.  Germany.  Kvery fanner between .14 and  60 years of age has been drafted  into the ranks lo be food foi iht-  vnUnrcs. Q  Kvery farm horse that could  carry a man or draw a load dias  been seized.  AU beef cattle have been -appropriated.  Every penny in every savings  bmk in Germany has been lev.,  icd upon, and a "'receipt" give 11  to the star.vinv<5 holder. The loss  of a lifetime's savings means  death to a niuhiiude of old people, to widows, children,, iuva!  ids and cripples.  The monev a mau nimht have  left,to care for his widow, orphans, aged parents, is swept  away iu the maelstrom of blood.  Old age pensiuons, sick bene* i  fits, and life   insurance are onlv  dreams.  \Vrc are told tbat the Kaiser  kept the peace for 43 ycars.Tiue  ��������� just waiting for tbe stroke of  world dominion.  Every male child born in'thai  43 years, who can carry a gun* is  taken from -useful work, and  made lo do the obscene bidding  of this, sad, mad, bad',' bloody  monster.  In Germany no -private indij  Wants Much Lumber  > . *  .ttritish Ooliiuibia' milh uru now .  teuderiiig i'ii uun   of   the ' layout  luuihi.'i' c nit fi els ever' opened ,l\������r  world wide eompeiition.  Throiudi  1 r*.  the liriu'sh ^oveiMiU'iit the e.ham-  her of depuii<\> of Kr.inc^ i������ asking f.������r ������ supply of 500,000,OUO  fetu ul lunsl'ei' '.0 ho u^ul   in  ,t!;o  i'onstnielimi of 100,0(j6 two-roonr  %'j  ed hiiiif.es,'   These   small   houses  are to houw.* lhe Miction of l-Vanc's  popul itiun'whieji has lost   its   all-'  ihiough the r.-iviigi's of wc;r.  It won id 11 (tf t   bo. surprising   if  "'iiie ol the Dritish Go'iiuihia.mills'  secured the-contract,    This woiild,,"'  be ony of tlie   grcales*   booms the  liiinijer-euUing plants oi ihis province had-ever   rccdiw-d.  to the fact ihat the.   Ertuch  eminent', will want   the  lumber as-  Owinir  gov-  I  ' Correspondence  COAL MINK DlSASTKIt, IN WHICH  TVVKSTY-ONR PKUTSil.  Tho following aru tlio"nmiiPH of Uioho  who poilnhod in tho torrlblo m������no dUuator.  jit .South WilUnKtmi on Timmhiyi���������.Ioh-  ]'V,y (niaii.if������oi), Unlit. Miller, Wm. Oil.  mn, Otto Lirifxorin, O. II. MBrvoii. Win.  Aii'lornon, Poto. Fuaron, J. Kittrmi, .Tfihn  HiiniHr, I'riink Hmitor, Samuul Wuijillo,  ���������lolin Stowurt, V, Mnrvol, J, Hiillloh, ]).  ^tllint, .lolui Oowdrr, TIioh. WiiIhou, J.  IIiirniH, Win. IrviiiK, V. l-'io, .toiijumin  J.n'oI. Tho ������ooi(l(Mit wan eiuire.ft by a  hIioI brcnldiiff throii������li iutn (lie old wnrlc-  HUH of tho  Southliold mini), whioh  won  ull of wntor. Tho unfprtiui'ito men ivoro  .^..���������'.���������.'.'.shc rati Jm .vira?. will. r.sih:::*.c  {itcai'imO. IV Np\Unt, CM- (t l\u\ vlc-  lima wuh welMai'oVvii Iuto, ho, liavliij;  worked In our JoojI niliics for u iiumlmr  of yearn,  m. - *)t,-^.l'-m',-m.  The Ooi;.iyc iucciiny win rnc  held ncx '\ cck at the home of  Mr And Mr- V in, Mnlpns, ''log  ging cmup.'j ofl' ,Uic Royston  rond. on" Wednesday even in;,'.  February 17th.  Saliahiiiv Plains Ledci' to    ���������  ���������  tlm Cinnberland Parsonngc,  Dear One":���������If I refer to niy  scant, diary T can give yon an idon  of what has transpired sinco 1  wrote lnst. ��������� ���������  On Nova !>.0th the llattnliou  wont out on an uiglitAhoiir oppc  ration, Onr .Company funned  1 lie rear-guard, and I, was ouo of  tho, con nent iug files., Wo nmrc.lir  ed steadily throimh the ruin, full  kits on our backs, from two o'clock lill about six, wiih about  two fivo-oiiinntn rests: Then we  halted for an hour iu a ravine, and  amused ourselves ns bust wc  could in the ruin, eating tin* hrcail,  cheese and jam which' wc had  carried in our havorsneks, drink"  ing ten, and singing, ''Aro wo  downharted ?'' iNo, to no, ! nnd  siinilar cheerful songn, in order to forget that wo wero i-onk  iiiij wet and iniiddv to tho knoch  Al'ier sujipor, wo moved oil" again,  but this time in absolute silence  and uiTusrt the '.lows impend ol  aluiig. tlio roads, for now our hull'-  hittaliou was attaeking n position  held by the other liiill'"hiitli)liii|i.  T mnv sav I hnt ho attack lacked  ���������fomuwhnt in >:csi, for, our livec  not. depending on it, wo did not  ie down, or crawl nhm������r on the  wet grass; and our iippr'uncli wa,-  dincivt-ri'd while  we   WfYO   some  ilislanco,,    nwav.    However,     we  ��������� '  1 1 A .. ....  vit.nu.v-' '"*���������'   tOie'.ii  ijrn \aiii M.hiie  spirit, for it. was iu  the  d:ri'ctiou  of camp, and   wo   wero   might\  glad when wo landed   there, 11 lit  tie later nhuut,ti'ii o'clock,  Ou thn :27th Iheir. was   a   iiar-  ���������te-  lo of i:-e  I)  lU.>lull.  w  rltlfHil  pr  Ci������-l your L'ance Invitations lout over t||M plai.i in   the furin of  the   Ciimbcrhii.'M" ������t)������iol;. and 1 om   t*'!i   y 11   it  ���������int������:tl   at  The City Council met in regular  session bn Monday evening, a full  board ..beinglpreseut.  The minute" of previous naeetinp;  were read iind adopted.  Communication wae received  frni M, Munson, M. P. P., acknowledging receipt of a copy of the  school estimates for 1915, and that  the mutter hud heon placed boforo  tholSducational Department, uud  that Mr. Dean, the Inspector, had  beon sent to Cumberland to look  into tho matter and roporI to the  Depart mont.  Communicatio was received from  Superintendent of Education re  school expenditure, and uUted that  Inspecmr Dean hud heon sent 10  investigate tho imutor.  Communication waa received  from Provincial Socrolury's olliee,  notifying tho Council of tho up-  ointment of Alderman 1), H, McDonald und T. D, Mclonii 119 hi-  ceiiPoComiHsionuri"; and that Alderman J. W. Cooke and Noil Mc-  Kiiydcu huvn been appointed Police Commishionurri for tho City of  Cumberland.  ConnnnniciUion wan received  frym Secrclary of Fire Brigade,  asking that tho throj hoso recN ho  cjverhuiiled and pnin led. Tho  Board of Works worn authorized to  hnvo sumo dono.  Communication won received  from ltt'VH, Wm. KUIott and .Tuh,  Hood, rcqiiHling thu Council to arrange for 11 civic nio.ting in cilo-  hraiion of tho 100 yenrs of iraw  hstivi'on (Ileal liriinin and lho  United States. TImh com in uni  wnn more of a  Had this man used his power  for peace instead of invading a  neutral country, there would  havo beeu -no war.   -  Knglaud   would   have  joined  with Germany in checking Aus  Aria's belligerency.  But-William wauled war, and  war he lias. He it .was used the"  bung-starter.  ���������   "Bill Kaiser'' has a  withered  hand and a running ear, ,  Also, he bas'a drunken soul,  a mind that reeks with egomania  lie is a mastoid degenerate ol  a noble grandmother.  Iu degree he has  her  power,  but not her love.1   Mu  has  her  persistence,   hut   not her   pres  cience.  Me is swollen, like n drowned  pup, with a inide that, slinks.  He never wrote a letter or a  message wherein   he did speak  of God as if ihe Creator was] ed in a mulch of festering hum-  wailing to sec him iu the lobby.  "God is with ns," "Cud is des-  Moving our enemies;'' J am pray  ing our God lo be with vou;'1  ttoii is giving, us vietorie.ir" "I  uin accountable onlv lo my conscience aud to God.'',  This belief that the Maker of  '. be Universe takes a special interest in him uiaiks lhe man as  1 tiicgahr'ninniac; and the idea  that the nations weie "laying lov  vidual can operate an.a'htoino  bile. All the.oil and 'petrol"  has been seized to incinerate the  dcad'AA-No s\ix\i marks iheir resting place���������no accurate records  of the slain are kept,  . Iu Germany today no bauds  play in tht public parks; all savings hanks aie closed; oominerci  al banks pay or not. as ihe War  Minister orders; all insurance  companies���������both fire, and life-  are bank 111 pi; college^, are turn  ed into hospitals--all student,-.  are at-the from; factories arc-  closed; laboratories are but mem  ories.  ' All the progress of' the last 43  rears lies a jumbled, tumbled  mass of fears and tear*- in the  dust aud dirt of the gladiatorial  aiena,  All lhe wealth gained  in ih;it  .{3 years is already lost,  di-.--.olv  eiirly as    possible,' it   will   'most,  likely mean ilint  tlm  firm    which  secures tlm & ni mio.    will   liuvi.ru-  lei sub-eon!mets;' This will bring  about, a distribution which wil! he  extremely beneficial to tho   mills.  To Iii; Out ia Sk'.'es. ���������      ".  "���������  The lumber   will   .have   to    ho  cut in specilied sixes so thai no de"  hi'\s will bo, i-xperii-'iie.'.-'d   iu erecting .tbo  reach tin1 republic  calls iAr "''knock-down.houses,'1'  did this will' furnish additional;  '.wiil. for the inilli. In the '-pa.*..  British Columbia mills have been  ���������HH-lrcTB-ni-ordT*"  houses once the shipment's.,  The contract  >=u ciTifri  ���������Ul+lppllHg  nary h-ngih,-. and s'zes,    but   with  the   I'lenti'i   contract    it,   will   bo  necttssary I'.:cari'y_jy_,it ('.xtl'ii ... cut-  tiug-in older lo produce "1l1O.ro-'  rpiiird lumber,   ' . ')  ift'-e- provincial   mills uri. suc  cessful in tlio'compoiiiion it is,believed the/.'umber will be  I-  snijipei  by hieamer. liiroiigh I'mh.-uiu ������;iii-  ul. It wouhl tako about Hi) \;i>-  seU to traiif-port the. ciioniions a  inoiinl of iiiuiher I nun ihis rami-1,  to Fraii cu. JJi'ili^h Colnmiiia  nidi owners 10:0 hopeful ef securing part, of t.he eoutrwet, if nor all  of it.--Victoria Tiinos. ,    '    ,  au flesh.  ne   Kaiser  T  is  a  Night   WaU'huian���������dniiik  uiaiiMcal  oi.-  he   owir  power  who   thinks  the factoty.'  The ei'itzv Raiser wiil not win  The wisdom of ihe worid bu' k*-  the Allies, and Si Helena \v,������������������ia;  It ninst be so.  Germany says thi-< -ar \\  the    purpose of piuleotim;  Mi*. Thoh. Ono!-, janitor of ihe  pA'i oliici! huildilig, who htn-bs.''?.'!  e.-nliiii'd to 11ir bed Ihi'iillgll it  .-evei'ii dilii'.,.-,,  is improving,  Mr, T. A. iMacl'.ii'i.'ine and fam-  i!>,- n\pi������.".'. lo h'livo on Sui'd.iy t'*������  nnilic their Iioiuli in    the   ������.S'urih.  ������.e--.i,  ��������� '-<v>   \\ ofd wart n "idvrd hiTe '011 Wed-  ii'.'-Mitfi.lh oi ..! ;.-, .Jn.������,  I'   I'liiii'teuuv,    nt    llm  of  . .v-Hil \  Mel'i.'-.-e,    of  N.iiniuio   i'l.'-oi'al.    W"   rw;i''-i  jiii-i-'ing "  Ik I  (Goiitihued on back p;<g<-\  this   ina'jiuabhi uiui  j  ,,    ei' !:iiiv 1 I' I oii;ox lM-iii.'".;  Vi'e 1,'ivc not. as vol he;;rd wliun  :!:���������- hiiici'id will take phiec,  Muh I.ii^'n lliul-li'. (laiiilrei of Mr 'I1.  I'iC'^ii, will liMVn tor Vii'tnri-* on Mon-  'Ay, wIuti* slin will enter .l.liilno liovii-  ).il, in ir.������iniik' ��������������� a i������ur..j,  ���������X������'H*MMM*lMwM**!"H"W������H������H������I* ���������f������W-l*W'������l-l������14-l-W"W''l'W*-W-M������   W������W-:"M-I-!-:*WMW-;"I-WH-W">  ?  1  CAMPBELLS  * * 1 ������������������ t \ t  ^ i.x\  ���������Sliowini!  ri  t nu;  J  T  :i:  x  v  on-  lion than a re-  week, 1'rinls r't.Tcaies,  Zephyr C������in������_>"-  hams, Overall Aprons, Kitchen   Ap-  liotni.s  i in i>,  v.,  1 ij .'Ul>.  Oiner  'ive s  hortl'  fillggOBll  qiit'Ht. Tho Council were fully in j������  accord with thp HtiaKrmion: nuiJI������j������  the .Mayor and eh-rk  will  iirr,ir(j������iil Ii!  Cottcn CH.-jjcs.Crepons.PitjiiesF^cel  ii  \.>  I  anev a:nsnr  rrinc?IJiass (ic  *.���������*>.  Ihu Uuu:  inn  and )  diton for  t;Ueh ini'i!  M  .1 A  .v-������ ��������� .. wl    ..... ..J i    .vi  ���������or 1 fi   u ;jr  tt k'i.t   h.iI.i  Ciii.Hluh!  W  News.  was quite a si-^ht; lor in   a    very  eiilier. ^.'.7.7n; t  nro ft rejHii: ->(',iv-  '*������������������!   oi   ti r.i 111, A A !',  AMPBELLS  it, ii 1.  r.iil nji b.iCH |i.ijt)  ���������H A-h + 1 -l-l -lA-l-l -M-X-S-H-H  .��������������������������� .��������� ��������� ��������� * '.,  THE    NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,    B.C.  A WOMAN'S  RIGHT TO HEALTH  No Reason Why They Should Suffer From  Backach:s and Headaches  To ev >ry woman belongs tho righi  to enjoy a healthy," active, happy life,  yel uine out oi ion'sulfur, ot'teu in  eileaeo, from splitting headaches, tor.  turUiR,.li:u;lachea, violent heau palpitation or some othor of the ���������many  evila lhat follow anaemia, or blood-  leasnoiis.  That is why one sees so many  ���������women with palo, thin cheohs, dull  eyes ami drooping H^ures-���������sure sign.1  .tlint tho. blood Is out of order. All  Buffering women should win the rlRlit  to bo well by refreshing thoir wearv  boilie-s with tlie now, rich blood of  health that promptly transforms them  lato healthy, -attractive women.,Thoro  ls no other medicine Gun supply this  new, rich blood ko speedily and so  6uroly us Dr, Williams' lMnk Jills tor  Palo People. Through this medicine  thousands of tired, suffering women  have found new health and strong!h  Mrs.'Jamos .Drost, Chlpninu, N.U.,  says: "Kor'years 1 did not know what  lt was to bo entirely fpee fror... headache or backache. My hands were  cold and clammy, all the time, lt  was (tifl'icu't for me to get my work  dono, andtlo walk oven a short distance would leave me completely  worn onl. My lifo was one of constant wony and 1 thought I won.',  never l_o better. 1 wus doctoring all  the time. but. without a bit of benefit,  and finally the doctor stopped Riving  me medicine as'he said he could not  help mo. Do you wonder that I was  In despair. Mv mothor iirgod me to  take nr. Will'iams' Pink Pills, but 1  said, "what's tho use, medicine can't  holp, me." However iny husband got  six boxes of the pills, and to please  him I began to "lake t.hcm. By the  timo I had finished them I undoubtedly had improved and there was the  signs of returning health . in my  checks and banc's. My husband  thought tiie Improvement so gre.it  that ho got another half dozen boxes,  and before these were completed 1  was enjoying such good health lis I  had not liad in yoars, in fact, I was  a well woman, and liavo sinco enk/v-  ed the best" of health. I sincerely  feel that I owe my life to Dr. Will-  lams' Pink'Pills, and shall always  recommend thom to all sick ,eop!e."  ��������� Yoir can  pet, these  pills    pt    any  ' medicine dealers, or they will he sent  bv mail, posfnaia, at r,0 cents a box  or six bo: ns for $2.JiO by writing1 Tho  ' Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont  Killing Me* by. Machinery ���������  " Those who car. a'out facts will find  food foi' thought in the official raporU  of n. rcctnt naval victory (or disaster)  -in-llie���������Nnr.th_Sca.   A submarine with  a crew of eight c:* nine men atlacRs  end    inks    threo . cruisers   carrying  about 2,200 men,   Of these latter some  3,400 are crowned.   T'.iese men were  not challenged to tight; they were not  summoned   lo   surrondii",   they  were  murdered  wholesale  v. hile  asleep in  their  bu.Jcs���������cheaply,    expeditiously,  tir.d with a minimum of risk to those  who destroyed them.   Tliat is modern  ���������war.   Tho affair described is discussed at great length by naval export.*,  who  argue   \yholher  battleships  are:  obsolete.    The  "victors"   are  lauded |  a::d decorated; ancl   tako their place i  In J the   world's    news.      Blackboard  would und.jrstand that victory a'ne. ap-  provo il, so would Attila,   so would]  Nero,  but wo should  like  to see ai  hoard  of naval  strategists  trying  to |  explain these modern methods to Sir;  Philip Sidney or  Nelson  cr  Bayard i  Tlio nudum wo.-ld  is moro practical'  than chi ,'alrouH.���������Collier's,  A First-Class Fighting Man  Across the table, a big French dra  goon, just In from the firing line, his  horse-tall helmet on tho chair beside  him, was.also dining. This man was to.  different from the rather rueful.little  infantry-men we' had.so often seen at  the air of that town was different  from deserted Paris. Just as he was  he might have, stepped���������or ridden,  rather, from somo cavalry charge b>  Messonlor or Detaillo���������a splendid fel  low, combining French lean and Brit  ish ruggedness, head to spurs all soldier.  After weeks of newspaper rhetoric  and windy civilian partisanship it was  like water in lho dosort to listen tc  him���������straight talk from a professional  lighting man, modest, lovol-hoadcd,  and, like most lighting men, as con  Iras ted witli those who stay at home  and write nbout lighting, ready to  give a brave enemy his duo. The  Herman retirement was not at all a  rout. Whon an army is in lllght it  loaves baggage and equipment behind,  guns in Ine mud. Tho German., had  left vory little; thoy wore falling hack  In good order,. methodically, after  tlieir fashion. Tlieir soldiers wore  good lighters, especially when woll  led. Tlioy might lack the individual  Initiative of the Frenchmen, the nervous energy with' whicli ��������� Frenchmon  would koop on fighting after more  bone and muscle had had enough, but  Ihey had plenty of courage. Thoir officers���������the dragoon paused. Yesterday,  lie said, they had run into a troop of  German cavaliy, The German officer  ordered his men to charge, and instead  it wavered and started to fall back.  He turned, on them. "Schweinhunde!"  he shouted after them, and Hinging  his horse about, charged alone,  straight at, the Fronch lances.  "Kill him?" asked the man at the  head of tho table.  "Vos, we killed him," smiled the  dragoon. "It was a pity.���������Joli gorcon  he was,"���������he ran a hand ' round a  weather-beaten cheek as if to suggest  the other's well made face���������"a- monocle in his eye���������and he never let go  of it until it fell off���������a-laiice through  his heart."���������Arthur Ruhl in Collier's.  'Col. Henry Watterson, who has  made a collection of unique personal  advertisements, tells of a fencing of  wits thai once took place in a Berlin  newspaper.   One ad. read:  "The <genl.lema who found a purse  containing money and valuable papers,  in the Uhmienstrasse, is earnestly re-  questioned to forward it to the address  of the loser, as he is recognized."  The finder retorted with this:  "Tin reccg ".ized gentleman who  found a purse, containing money and  valuable papers, begs that the _oser  will call at his house at the earliest  convenient moment."���������New Yorit  American.  'Tis a Marvellous -Thing.���������When the  cures effected hy Dr. Thomas' l-Helej-  tric Oil, are considered, the speedy and  'jTer"nTaneiit��������� relief���������it��������� has���������brought���������to-  the suffering wherever it has been  used, it must be regarded as a marvellous thing that so potent a medicin.  should result from the six ingredients  which enter into Bits composition. A  trial wil! convince the most skeptical  of its healing virtues.  Unless worms be expelled from tho  .system, no child    can    bo    healthy.:  Mothor Graves' Worm ISxtormlnntor is;  the host modlclno extant to destroy  worms.  "Do you know whero Johnny Locke  lives, my little boy?" asked a goiulH  voiced old lady,  1 "Ho ain't home, but If you glvo mo  a penny I'll find liim for you right  off," replied lho lad,  "All right, you're a nice little boy  Now, where is ho?"  .   "Tanks���������I'm him."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colt's, &c.  Sho was a widow, and had burlad  throo liimbaiKlii. ];Twiir. leap year, and  sho wont to Inspect tho graves of tlio  departed with tho mon who had paid  hor iiiai'kou ultuiu.uii In years goi.o liy.  After contemplating them in mourn ful  Rllonco for a time nho Inriinil to hor  companion and ..Igheil; "Bliuro, P.it,  mo ouhl lovo, yo might have boon in  Unit row now if yo liad only had a  littlo more cuurnijo."  MlKlrnsH���������Mary, I'll make tho pudding myself today,  t'.cok��������� If yo do, mum, I'll havo to  quit,  MlKlrnsR���������Why ho, Mary?  (look���������Tlm mil.! of our union don't  allow u������ t" work In a \ilaeo whom nonunion !hli(.r Ih employed on any pa.'t  of tho work, mum.���������Boston Trims-  scrip:.  Wllllrt���������I'nw, what Ih tlin difference  bolwoon a political Job and an ordinary Job?  Paw���������Yon havo In work hard lo  get n fiolftlr.nl Job and you have to  work hard lo hold an ordinary Job,  my son,  A New- and Better Europe Ccming  "Across the smoke and storm of  European battlefields one can seo  great, dim structures, vast structures,  of a new aul better Europe and a new  and hotter Christendom than we havo  even known boforo. We see emerging  from the conflict���������first, the great principle of the rights of nationalities;  second, the great principle of the integrity of states md nations, their old  unity and integrity restored; and we  see the sanctions of international law  so established that tlio most audacious  power will not 1)'. anxlcus to challenge  thom. Mi. ions of mon are going to  suffer and shed their blood In lSuropo  In tho next few woeks. .No one can  compute the tragody of what is taking place, Lot us make sure lhat that  docs not take placo without <i result  which shall ropav iho suffering, wliich  shall make our eV.ldrcn look back nml  say, 'For all they suffered, they were  right.'"���������Wlnstou Churchill at Livo.*-  pool,  AN D -%P  ������res  C.E. IN PRISONS������AND HOSPITALS  Aro your hands chapped, cracked  or sore? Havo you "cold cracks"  which open nnd bleed when tho skin  is drawn licht? Havo you a cold  sore, frost bile, chilblains, or a "raw"  placo, which nt times makes It agony  for you to co nbout your household  duties ? It so, Zam-Buk will {jive you  relief, and will heal the irost-dnmnged  skin. Anoint the soro places nt night,  Zam-Buk's rich healing; essences will  Kink into tho wounds, end tho smarting, and will heal quickly,  Mrs. Ycllon, of Portland, Bays : "My  hands wero so coro a:ul craukod that it  was tigouy to put them near, wator.  When I aid bo thoy would Binarb and  burn as if I had scalded them. 1 scorned  quito unablo to got relief from anything  I put on them until I tried Zam-Buk,  and Ik succeeded when all clso liad  failed. It closed tho big cracks, gavo  me otise, soothed tlio inflammation, and  tn a vory short) timo healed my handa."  ��������� o  Zam-Buk alio cures chafing, raihei, vrtnttr  eczema, viles, xUceri, fettering eorci, tori hcatli  and backt, abstain, pimvlti, ring-worm, tic,  eittt, burns, bruism, ecalds, tpraini. Of all  druggit-tt and itorti, or poit fret from the Zam-  fink Co., Turonto.   JFriet iOo a box.  Why He Waited  Here is one that was told by Congressman   James   iilcAndrews   of  Illinois:  By Karl Lehmann, Field Secretary of  the United Society of Christian  Endeavor"  .Christian Endeavor ministers to the  ueeus ot more than ten thousauci men  and women behind prison bars.  Christiau'Endeavor does a splendid  unselfish service for more than 15,-  000 men, women and children in0 the  hospitals of this., continent.  Christian Endeavor brings untold  blessings iuto the lives-of thousands  of children,and tired mothers of the  crowded tenement districts of ��������� the  great cities through its fresh-air  work.  ���������Christian Endeavor cheers the lono-  ly hours of the faithful ones lu the  lighthouses nnd light vessels along tho  Atlantic coust lines, through its generous gifts of Bibles, 'testaments,  books and magazines.  Speaking of the .work of Chr'stian  End envoi* in prisons, IS. A. Frodeu-  hagen, Ph. D., of Kansas City, National Superintendent, of tho Society  for tho Friendless, says; "Tlio Christian Endeavor Society is successful ln  penal institutions from tho larger pris-  ou to tho small jail. One ot tho best  osamples of the successful society  may be found in the Slate Penitentiary  at Lansing, Kansas. Organized with  7S members, it has grown to 226* members. There are strong societies in the  prisons at St. Cloud, Minn., and Bismarck, i\\D. Tho triumph of all is  the success of a society iu a short  term-institution. This.is in the municipal farm for the Kansas City, misdemeanants, located at Leeds,- Mo.  There were eighty conversions in the  first meeting of this society. Men be-  j hind prison bars love their Christian  Endeavor Society, which they consider  their own, as it is self-governing."  Endeavorers of Texas, Washington,  California, New Mexico, Alabama,,Ten.  nessee, Georgia, North Carolina, New  York, /nd many other States are doing  splendid service for the man behind  tiio bars���������in going' to him' with the  gospel message, a word of cheer,  wholesome reading matter-and, best of  all, a helping hand as he comes back  into the world to make his place in  society again. ���������'  ��������� Kentucky leads the world in its  Christian Endeavor work in prisons.  Under the efficient leadership of Miss  Georgia Dunn, Mrs. Mai.- Day an-1  their associates, a magnificent service  is being rendered humanity and the  state. * . ���������  Governor McCreary says of this  work: "1 know that the members'.of  the  Christian   Endeavor  Society ��������� are  METHUC  CARTRIDGES,  :':. a  '', ?.  -  yy  An office boy tu the employ of a big  city concern went on an errand that I doing good  worl: in  the  prisons  of  houlf. have taken him 10 minutes to  Kentucky.    Miss    Georgia Dunn and  perform... It was nearly an hour before he got back,  "Look here, Jimmy," heatedly remarked the .boss when the youngster  finally blew "into tho office, "does'it  take you an hour to run down to the  coruer?"  "It did this time, Mr. Smith,", frank  a quarter ��������� down a hole in the sidewalk."  "I see," sarcastically returned the  boss. "I suppose it took you all this  Lime to get it out?" ���������  "Yes," sir," innocently replied Jimmy, "I had to wait until the man woj;  away.",  other noble and --orthy women should  bo praised for their active and kiu.L  attention." =.  Col. A. J. rp. Wells, warden of the  Reformatory at Frankfort, says: '.'The  work done by tha Christian Endeavor  Society, in this prison is high' class,  careful and considerate, and without  !]/��������� lirciwht nri nniWn \vio\t with him  To tihow bin frlnnils wtih prldo;  Ilo'd potted seven huntoni though  8o lio wat satisfied.  Regular iir   ol the dowels is an absolute ncccfr-  ���������ity for Rood health. Unless the  waite matter from the food which  collects there it got rid of at least  once a day, ll decays and poisons the  whole body, causing biliousness, indU  geelioft aii'l ������i'*k ne.wt.-irhr-*.. Sails  and other harsh mineral purgative,  iriit-ife the delicate lining of the  lirwtli. Dr. Morw'* Indian Hoot  I'ill���������������entirely vegetable ���������regulate  the bowtls f f!ectivtl/# witlioulweak-  enin������, xickening or griping.   Uw  Dr. Morse's   u  Indian  Root Pil**  W. N, U. 1027  Had No Power  Over the Limbs  Locomotor   Atax'a,     Heart    Trouble  and Nervous Spells Yielded to Dr.  Chnso'c Nerve Food  It would bo easy to tell you how  Or. Cliasn'B Nervo Food cures locomotor ataxia and derangements of  hor.it and nnrwis, nut It may be moro  Biitluf utory li >ou to road this letter.  Mrs, Tlios. Allan; U.F.I). 'A, Sonilmi,  Out., writes: "Five years ago 1 suf-  ferod a complcUo breakdown, a:id fro-  ijuontly had palpitation of tlio heart.  Hlnco llmt illness 1 havo had dizzy  upollH, had no power ovor my limbs  (locomotor ataxia) and could not  walk HtrulglU. At nlglit I would luivi  novum norvoiiH -spoils, with heart pal-  pldnttnn, and would shako us though  I luul tho ngiin, I folt Iniprovomonl  after iming lho first box of Dr. CIiiiho'h  Norvo Food, and nftcr continuing the  troiilinoni can now wnlk, oat anu sleep  well, have no nervous spells and do  no', require heart medicine. I hiiva  lold several of my neighbors of tho  Hplnudld roHiiIts jbtniiiod from the use  cf Dr. Chase's Nervo Food."  Dr. Chahu's Nervo Food, Mc a box,  fi for J-.fiU, nil ilnnlfirn, or Kdmnnsun,  Dates & Co., Limited, Toronto,  Mnrln���������I'm afraid you couldn't support me in tlio ut)h Lu \thi.7,i J't. ';_<.���������,.  no ell? I oi iu:ft,  Harry���������Well, stylos aro always  changing, nron't they?  "'ho.ro was a young    fellow    nnmoU  JlllgCH,  Inordinately fond of his vughes;  Hn came home quite late,  No puppor hn ate,  Hut wont tc bee) in his nhughOH,  l^answere-u-Jimuryr^'^  ' '   ' ""      '"    remember, the work has    proceeded  along- careful and discreet lines, and  in such a way as to bring great good,1  not only to the members but to the  whole prison population.'Miss Georgia  Diinn, State Christian Endeavor Superintendent of prison work, .visits us  often, and we ai-i always glad to have  her come."  1 Rev. J. A. Holton, chaplain of the  Kentucky Penitenitiary at Eddr'ille,  says: "The Christian Endeavor Society has been one of the greatest  and most successful factors in tho bet-  betterment of prljon conditions in this  state. , The most important positions  of trust in tlie different departments  where convict labor is employed are  usually filled by' Endeavorers, tho  majority of conversions ara through  tho a'goncy of tho Endeavor societies,  and the mon who go out on parola  nnd 'make good' aro from the ranks of  these societies; and.carry with thom  as thoy go out a good prison record,"  One hoy, a feudist from tho mountains of Kentucky, was sent to the  Frankfort Prison. Ilo told Mrs. Day  the Endeavor worker,ot the prison,  iVa believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  is the best:  Mathlas Foley, Oil City, Ont.  Joseph  Snow, Norway, -Me.  -  Charles Whootcn, Mulgrave, N. S.  Rev. It. O. Armstrong, Mulgrave, N. S,  Pierre Landers,   Senr,,   Pokomouche,  N. B.  Thomas Was.son, Sheffield, N. B.  Lord Chiof Justice Clerk Braxfiold  was a man of fow words and strong  business habits and consequently wha,n j quito boast fully, that he "camo to pris  ho courted his second wife, ho said I on for helping to, kill two neighbor  to her: "Lizzie, I'm looking out for a  boys, and had two moro to kill." When  wlfo, and I thought you just tho person to suit me. Let, mo havo your'  answer on or off tomorrow, and uae  rnalr aboot It."  The lady noxt day replied In the affirmative  Shortly  fiftor the marriage    Lord  sho tried to reason with hiu about It  ho said, 'Oh, thoy owed us four  corpses, they killed four of my father's brothers yenrs ago, nnd I promised father.on his deathbed to seo  that this debt was-paid." Wlmn this  Voy was nskod if ho could road or  llra.vllold's butler came to him to giveI write, ho said, "No, ma'am;  I don't  up lils situation bocau?o he could not I know nothing; I ain't novor hud no  bear hor ladyship's ocntinual scolding.''  "Man," Brnxfleld exclaimed, "yo'vo lit.  Uo to complain of; yo may bo thank  ful yo'ro no married to lior."  "D'yo hen Mac foil In tlio river on  lif.q way homo last nicht?"  "You don't inian to say ho w.ih  drowned?"  "Not drowned, nion, but badly dibit  od."���������London Opinion.  "You an. clui������ed wllh permitting  your automobile lo stand unattended  for over an hour," chanted the judgf  "Well. I defy anybody to leach lb.*  iLiriv tlttHK to ift ftnwn." protected tho  prlsoriftr before .ho court Attendant  dracBQd hlra awajv���������nuffalo Express  To Cure a Corn In One Night  apply Piifinm'H  Painless   Com    lux-. , ,       . ,      .,.,,.,.  tractor.   It Is smo, safe nnd painless.' ������lay anil wont to school nt. night, lator  chrnco," lie was supplied books and  writing mntorlnl; his progress waa  wonderful; ho became a most efficient,  fn Ith ful worker in tho Christian En  doavor society, and after nearly nltn  years in priBon ho was'pardoned, Mo  went to an adjoining state, worked all  Never tiils, alwnvp. cures. Insist on  liuvlng tho geniilno "Piitnnm'8."  Coys In the Battle Line _  The war botwoon tho North and tho  South was fought by real boys���������drum-  mer boys, boy privates, boy colonels  and even boy generals. In tbo begh-  nlng of that slrugglo 40 por conl. ot  tlio enlist mont woro of youths under  "1.   At that time tho regulations did  to college, and finally was ordained  a Baptist minister,  That this work In tho prisons is of  pornmr.ont vnluo is evidenced by tbo  fact l,h:.t there Is no record ot tho re  turn to prison of any of tlio active  momboru of n prison Christian I3n  doavor noclety.  Ovor two thousand American Christ-  ian Eiidoavorors spend a goodly part  of each Sunday afternoon In the bos-  pltnlR,    orphan    asylums,    BohllorH'  For All Standard Firearms  TT niust be a satisfaction to the individual rifle,  pistol or revolver user to know that his preference for Remington-UMC Metallics is shared alike  by professional experts, crack shots and sportsmen  in all parts of the world. ,  So in ever increasing quantities Remington-UMC Metallics  nre made for every standard make and for every calibre in use  ���������ride, pistol and revolver. "   ',  Get them from the denier who shows the Red Ball Mark of Renting  <on-t/AfC-the Sinn of the Sportsmen's Headquarter!.  To keep your tun cleaned nnd lubricated right, iiso Rem Oil, tht  new powder solvent, rust preventative, nnd cun lubricant.  ReminiJton Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co,  ������������������. ,. Windsor, Ontario  .rr ���������r---i*wr  FARMERS  BAnRL^vya8n7ar,eA8vr6u������f *le,ttl!,B th^ h,gheSt PP,Ce8 for WHEAT, 0AT8.  AND PORT 4Rtm,*Dby lhi������pl?9 tl?1elr    c .'_   lotB t0  F0RT WILLUB  ainu PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  xfi- THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,  THE WELL-KNOWN,  FARMERS' AGENTS. ,' * ���������  ADDRESS   701-703   Y.,  GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG.   "^  iSSd  7  missionary and the scores of volunteor  Endeavor helpers gives some idea of  the extent of the work:  Total attendance at'meetings.. 3,'427  Requests for prayer ' 1.2G7  Conversions  ���������     21ti  Portions cf Scripture given away 744  Letters and postal-cards .written 224  Bouquets distributed '..' 36,400  Many great cities have crowaed tenement districts, like New York's East  Side. The children and mothers or  these districts need a breath of real  fresh air in God's own out-of-doors.  oroat> Christian Endea/or, Unions.  like Brooklyn, Baltimore, Essex and  Hudson Counties, New Jersey, have  caught the vision of this opportunity.  Thousands of dollars are spent in giving ther e ,poor folks a summer outing. They are taken to Christian Endeavor camps in the country" districts,  and one to three weeks of real life is  given them. It proves a great boon  and blessing in-their lives.  Brooklyn alone gives three hundred  children, mother, and babies a ten  days' outi-g. One item from the-report will be of interest; last summer  Brooklyn bought $214.20 worth \ of  milk for its family. A glance at the  homes from which these children  come shows one the need, and a  glance at them in the Christian Endeavor' camp thrills one with the joy  of giving them this bit of real life.,  , There are sturdj', lonely men and  woiiien in at least thirty-five lighthouses and light vessels along our At-  lantic_coatt._Ji_u_(L_th______imnk God _for  Christian Endeavorers who remember  them in their loneliness.  Ouce a week, a package of newspapers, magazines, books. Bibles, Testaments, and often a cordial letter iind  their way to these .'nithful wat-jliniPii  who guard the "shins that pass in th_  night" along our shores; their lights  warn cf the'hidden rocks and shoals  beneath tl.e dashing waves.  This work of Christian Endeavor in  prisons, jails, hospitals, honies, frosli  air camps, light houses, and light  ships proves the truth of the phrase  ���������Christian EndcAvor serves.  Spare the children from suffering  from worms by "sing Miller's Worm  Powders, the most effective vermifuge  that can he got-witli whlcl: to combat  these insidious foes of the young and  helpless.,Thore is nothing that excels  this preparation as a worm destroyer,  and when its qualities become known  li a household "������o other will be used.  Tho medicine acts by Itself, requiring  no purgative to assist It, and so thoroughly that nothing more is desired.  The country had suffered previously  from drought, and a request had go.1'3  forth for public prayer in all the  church os,  "O Lord," prayed the divine, <'sond  us rain, nol a heavy rain to" floot- 011/  floldB and wash away our fences, but  a.?cntlo dr'.zzlG-drozzle, drlsszlo-d. ozzlo  for about a woo'.;,''   ���������  "What become of that Russian  count, tho ono-who insulted you?"  asked Colonel Medders.  "Lt clicked to death," answered  Ma Inr lV.uster.  "Choked to death? How did it imp-  pon?"  "Why, you roo, ho Insulted mo in  his own language, nnd nflor I had It  translated, 1 miulo him swallow hia  wordBl"  lyMiiiiiifaiiiiiiiiiiiiM  ^���������,?f,,VI;^,VrMu!"lu:fornfln2u;������   &-.   ������������������    ovpll^^yiuilisr'l'h^  younger than IS. But boforo long tho; i,Pi���������j,t' p)1Pprfn   slnclncr   lho ronont.  >'  ecrnillng ofl'li  tlioso wlio "looked old enough to  servo," whether they wero 15 or 10  or even youths. In tlm Union nrmy a  compilation of the enlistments showc  that thoro wero 25 hoys, "soldiers,"  who wero only ten yoars or younger;  'iZfi who wc-ro no. more than 12, 1,523  who wero IG or undor, K-1,-10] -who hnd  not reached their 17th year, and  l/in r'������ ������*hn woro is or imdnrl In all  prnynrfl from lips and liourtfl flllod  with a goniilno faith in a wonderful  God and Bavlour, and n cheering mos-  sago from God'H Word nro tho means  of bringing now courage, hope nnd  Joy to tliCHQ who greatly appreciate  tho mosHiigi*,  At tho clirlBlmaH sonHon ChrlHtlnn  Kndoavor snclotioa nnd unlona pro-  V?.re  n  trfnt  nnd   tnko    It,  to  Iheso  Mr. Crabb���������Tlu'y sny Pavlova, ia  coining in re Ui iwu l\,v, i.,^-,;^. ,  Mrs. Crabb���������Woll, iilie'll liu too lata.  You Just imirdnn; . It.���������Exchange.  Willie-Paw,    how  honeymoon lust?  long   docs a  foohlo, not ahio to write, TIioho Kn  denvorcru sit hy tho hnd or invalid  cl air nni'i wnui mi-BArtV.vn u> 7am ImicI  onon n,t homo; thousands of Btnmpwl  Rouvorilr post carrtn nro tliun supplied  by Endoavorora at Uio holiday season.  Tho Chirngo Endeavorers maintain  TYPHOID  J'nw--U8iinlly until tho last quarter; (, 't B'ffcoUvo |,Mpli..j work tlmt  fn gono, my son.-Clncinnntl Enqulror. ,��������� flnn0    A j,08p������B| millenary is om-  ployod by tbo Chlcngo nirlwtlnn En-  denvnr Tlr.lon. ITo glvon nil of his  time RniiiK In an'. mil aniung the pat-  iontfl In thn liospltnlu, giving n word of  help, comfort nnd encouragement,  4*any of them nro looked after an the/  come out of tho hospital, omployment  \t Rociired for them * nnd a helping  hand given. The following rpport of  tt'.x monM'i' n"rvk* fn rv,nk r*oiinf.*f  hoipitals Uy Uio Christian Endeavor  b no more necemtry  than Smallpox, Aw.-.y  rtiierlrnte hu dtmnnit/xcd  tli������ alrr.Kit rnlneulaul tffl-  C������cy, tr.i tiirmltftnrsf, (,1 At.lilyrM6 \ucclr.t\ltin.  bt vncctfiUciS NOW by your phyildan, yoii init  your fnmlly. It li tnott vital lhan bouic Itourancf.  Aik your phrt'tlin, dni.filit.oi itnd (ot "Have  yiwbjj Tyl>h^il<i>,, Irllinff cf Tjrjiliold Vtccli.e,  rrtiAtt trrm nu, and djn.tf from Typhoid Carriers  mc tmntt uibomtobv, mwihxy, cau  tie������������UKt vucuu * ii*������ii villi ��������������� 1. *tt, uct ul  ".Tonon wanted to spend his vne.i-  tlon In fho country, nnd Mrs. Jonoa  wonted to go to Iho seashore"  "Mow did thoy'Bottio it?"  "it is evident uat you nro not married."  Ethel���������Oh, .lack, ho careful tonight,  Pnpn'B brought home n bulldog,  .Tnnlc���������That's all right, Thn dog used  to' belong to mo and T got tho dnalo.  to noil lilm to your fftthor,���������Ualtimoro  American.  Mnry Imd nn acroplano  Its wingc. wero whlto as snow;  Rut ov .ry timo she wished to fly,  Tho piano refr.BOil to go.  Lessons Come  Easier  IF the child has a  big, generous  light to study by.  The  .  lamp saves eye  strain. It is kerosene light at its best  ��������� clear, mellow,  -and-unfiickeririg;___  The RAYO does not  smoke or smell. It is  easy to light, easy to  clean, and easy to re-r  ���������wick. The RAYO  costs little,, but you  cannot get a better  lamp at any price.  Made in Canada  1  ROYALITE OIL ii beit for all nui  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., United  Wlnnlptf   Calrarr   Kralia        Moatrtal  Quebec    - Haliiai     Mnoatan   Saikatn  Yucoira  Toronto  Ottawa  IMilMfl  KAISER BILL  Who tore tho "scrap of paper" up.  Hecauso iir- has a pal namod KruppT  Who poisoned Belgium's peaceful cup?  Kaiser t'ill.  Wlio won.,   in bravo King Albert's  plaeo  liavo humbly said, "Ploaso slap my  faco, " ���������  Come,     walk all ovor tho  Belgian  race?"  Kaiser Bill.  Who, praying God for aid supremo,  His tuiHwor iu n hHcoiiH dream  Will      hear���������tho     Belgian     baby'i1  Bcroum?  Kalsor nil!. ���������A.W.IL  "Foythor,"    said     littlo     Micltoy,  "wriRn't it Pnthrli'lf. .Illnry that   said,'  'Let us hnvo peicc?"  "NlvorJ" snid old Mlclcny. "Nobody  ho th' nnmo of BithrlPlt Ivor said nny-'  thlni. iollio thot,"���������iwddloB' Homo Journal.  iHa'acBtoin���������Aii, ,* os, madam, horo li  von of our latest Paris croatlona.  .   IlrB. olialtorRon���������Pariu?   What ar*  tlioso perforations?  "ThoBo nro hullot, holea."���������Lifo.  EVERY NEURALGIC HEADACHE CURED!  USE "NERViUNE"-lT WONT FAIL  The  Miraculous  Healing  Power of this Liniment  11   r   ���������_���������  is omaumg  RUB   ON   NERVILINE  Tlioro may ho - thousand palna; yet,  oxcoptiUK Bclntlcn, nouraJRln is ilif:  worst, Most remedies aro not strong  niiouKh or pctietnUItifi; cnouf.lt tn ro-  llovo nouralRia. You know ovorytlilnR  you havo tried hns failed to rIvo oven  momentary rolW, and you have decided lhat nouralgla must bo borno for*  ever.  Do not mako   thin   mifllako���������try  ; NKKV1LTNK.  i Apply It to tha noro spot. Nolle.n  tlm Klow that spreads deeper and  wider ns NorvlHnu ������ cuntltvit yuwuc U  carriod ftirthor and further Into thi  tissue. Uow nulculy the pain is sooth*  ull Uow rapidly it lessens! In a littlo whllo you havo forgotten tlio pala  li li������. m.nt.'.isV.y ������?.'*"  NuitralRla gives Norvllino an opportunity of ik'iiionBtrntint. its superiority over all othor pain romodloa. Not  m.'.Blc, as you mlRlit liitiinitu<  you havo used it���������simply tho application of scientific knowlod(.o to tlio ra-  llof of pnin.  Norvllino is a great outcomo of mod*  em medical ideas, You cannot afford  to bo without il, bociumti p������lh comoft  quickly and comes to us all. Guaran*  teed to cure the aches and pains of  thn wholo family. Largo bottlo.,, 50  cents, trial sljto, 25c cents; .it drug*  rIhIb, or tho Caturrliozono Co., Kins*-  ton, Ont *--"-" ���������-HiiiiiriiT'H.i.j  /A^' ���������"  -aAjY,.  wKhMarootn twyi.m  iwm-^., ���������������..,. f  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  ^f  imniiimnitiiiimmifii  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  JLIVER PILLS never  inii.   Pure]  able���������act i  "bul gently "i  she liver.  Stop after  dinner   o  distress���������(,  ��������� cureindi-^ ^v_e.*~  oestion���������improve- the, complexion��������� brighten  One eyes. Small Pill, Small Dost, Small /'ike.  Genuine must bear Signature  WPfW9Wla!WW'rWV6lrWWWW  MRS. NEWLYWED SAYS-  "I can't imagine hovv you  manage to be dressed by the-  i  ��������� ' lJ'   *  time   your   husband   comes  m -   y* t'  home on a washday."..-��������� y  Mrs. Wiseiieighbor Says-  "I, use-an Eddy, "Globe"  Washboard and an Eddy Indurated Fibreware Tub which  keeps the water warm a .long  'time."���������No fear of rust.  BUT BE SURE THEY'RE  EDDY'S  'Wellington's Nose Saved His Life  The Duke.of Wellington often said  .hat his looks were of great use to  him. On one occasion he owed his  lifo to his crooked noso.  After the army papsed,'from, Spain  into France, and occupied the low-  plains . at the northern foot of the  Pyrenees, the Duke directed Lord II111  to.take up a position at a short distance from the niain body, across ono  of the many streams in that locality.  The water, was vory low, and easily fordable at the time; lout .during  tho night a very heavy, rain camo on.  The next day the stream was nine or  ton feet doep, and Lord Hill, with  only*a' few thousand mon, was in  dangerous proximity to ".Marshal  Soult's whole army.  -.  Nothing was hoard of .Lord Hill  during the wholo day, for his position  evidently had not boqn discovered by  tho French. On tho following morning tho Uuko became anxious." lie  determined to cross ovor himself to  ascertain the state of-affairs, nnd a  small bout was procured. Tho Duke  got into it and remained standing,  Tho stream was very narrow, but  deep, and' tho boat touched tho opposite bank, closo to whore an Irish  sentry was posted. The'man challenged kthe party, who could not give  (ho countersign, on which Pat levelled his musket to lire at thom.  'Looking along tho barrel ho recognized the commander-in-chief'just as  his grace stepped on shore. Ho immediately brought his musket to tlie  salute, and, with the greatest good  humor, called out, "God bless your  craegid (crooked) nose! I'd sooner  see it, than ten thousand min." "  The Duke, used to finish'the story  by adding, "And-1 protest that that  is the greatest personal compliment  ever- paid me in the whole course of  my 1 lifo."  -  "    .  S100   REWA'RD,   9100 i  The renders of this paper will t*  pleased to learn that there Is at least.'  one. dreaded disease that' sclenco haa'  been, ablp to cure In nil Its stages and  .that I.s Cntnn-h. Hnll's Catarrh Cure la  the only positive cure now known to  the medlonj fraternity. Catarrh being a  constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment.- Hall's Catarrh'Cure  Is taken Internally, acting directly upon  the blood arc? mucous surfaces of the  ..system, thereby destroying the fouri'da-  . tlon of the disease and giving tho pat-  lent strength by budding up the constitution ' and assisting nature ln doing Its  work. The. proprietors have, so much  faith In Its curative powers that they  offer One Hundred Dollars for any case  that- It falls to cure, Send for list of testimonials. .  Address   F.   J.   CHENEY  A.   CO.,   To-  ������ i ''   ��������� ,,?oldr, by    a"    Druggists,     76c.  'o Family , Pills  for   consupa.  MOST PERFECT MADE  THE INCREASED NUTRITIOUS VALUE OF BREAD MADE  IN THE HOME WITH ROYAL  YEAST,. CAKES SHOULD BE  SUrFICIENT INCENTIVE TO  THE CAREFUL HOUSEWIFE  TO GIVE THIS IMPORTANT  FOOD ITEM THE ATTENTION  TO WHICH IT.IS JUSTLY EN*  TITLED.  HOME BREAD'BAKINO REDUCES THE HIGH COST OF  LIVING BY LESSENING THE  AMOUNT OF EXPENSIVE  MEATS REQUIRED TO SUP-  PLYTHE NECESSARY NOURISHMENT TO THE BODY..  E. VY. GILLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO, ONT.  WINNIPEG MONTREAL  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND    *  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslow's  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIC  *THB NEW FRENCH REMKDV. Nol N������2 HJt  I riCrSMrd-LJlM Hospital, with  ' ,f IC.1t HUCCeSS, CUUI'.B CHRONIC WKAKNKSS, LOST VIOIH  .It VIM KIDNhY RLADDKR, DISKMKS, 111.000 POISON  ifll.lt!),   KITIIKR NO, UKIJQlllHTSOr MAIL 81   POST 4 CT������  ruuoKRACa. gy vkkkman st.nhw voiikoilvman 1IUOS  ���������TUUONTO, WNITK I'OR FREE HOOK TO Dlt. Ll! CI.KRO  .MKD.CO.IlAVKKSI'OCKRn.llAMPH'I'KAO LONDON UNO.  'TUVNKWOUAQKICITASTRI.KSSH'nRMOK   jASy  T0   1AKI  THERAPION K5W5������o������.fc  ���������l!l! THAI' TKADR MAKKKD WOIID TIIKKAPIAN 18 ON  ���������HIT. OOVT.STAUP AKl'IXHP TO ALL QltNUlNH PACKttT*.  C.P.R. Employees and the War  A tribute to' the Belfast agent of  the Canadian Pacillc Hallway is.-paid-  by the Belfast Daily Telegraph of October 10th,' which reproduces a- photograph of Mr, \V.. M'Calla,.the Belfast  agent of the company, together with  his staff, all in' regimentals. "The  C.P.R.," it says, "has platfed the'bens-  llt of its widespread organization at  Uie_s_ervice of. the empire, in the pros  SPLENDID WORK ACCOMPLISHED  How   the    Funds Are Distributed to  Wives and Families of Soldiers",  at the Front  At the vory commencement of the  war and as soon as Canadian troops  begau to mobilize for active service,  the Question arosa as to how their  wives and families wero to Lo maintained during their absence, }n not a  few instances gontrous-miuded employers offered to continue to pay  wages as - formerly in whole or iu  part to the families of men who had  boon in their service. Many cases  which wore unprovided for, however,  came un.de.1 lo .al notice and funds  wero started in several of our largos  cities to cure for such, lt soon became  e.'idont that whllo certain districts  could provide woll for tho families  within their boundaries, there would  bo other cases, equally deserving, iu  danger of being .overlooked. Hence  arose the demand for a central or national fund that would consolidate and  support local effort and bo avallab.e  where this proved Insufficient.  In answer to numerous requests,  His Royal Highness, tho Governor-  General of Canada, took the initiative  iu this matter and tho Canadian Patriotic Fund was organized with His  Majesty tho King as patron, lt is a  body corporate by virtue of an act of  parliament and is empowered: "To  collect, administer and distribute a  fund for the assistance in case of need  of the wives, children, and dependent  relatives of officers and men, residents  of Canada, who, during' the present  war, may be .on active service' with  the naval and military forces of tho  British Empire anu Great Britain's Allies. This, central body has a distinguished list of vice-presidents and an  executive committee made up of'leading men from every province of the  Dominion.  The Canadian ' Patriotic 'Fund Is  given power by ,its charter "to, establish branches or local organizations  throughout Canada, and to co-operdfj  hours. We are in a. convent which with any association or organization  has beeu made into a temporary hos- ^established any place in Cana'daAfor  pital', and the convent sisters and purposes similar to those of the ,cor  other Belgian ladies are very kind to  us. Two oil them' are' paying particular attention to me. They keep coming and propping me up t in "bed and  giving me barley water and cigarettes  and bathe my head with eau de Cologne; The women who are looking  after us are very brave.. The sight of  the wounded when I came here last  night was enough 'to ' turn trained  nurses, but they do their work bravely.',"      .   -   . .   ,.-,..���������  ,;��������� ���������  Bravery of Belgian Women  "Sergeant E. W. Turner of the Royal  West Kent Regiment, who was severe-  ly'iujured at Mons, in a letter says:  "1 was wounded about one and a  half hours after the battle .commenced  and "lay  in    the    trenches  for  nine  cnt, crisis,'' and has. developed itself  into a great recruiting, agency for the  British army. ��������� Every office ,is a centre  of patriotic activity, antl/ the com-.  pany's employees have given an excel- <  lent lead to others in joining the  -King's forces in .large, numbers. The  Belfast Office, so capably managed by  Mr. W. M'Ciilla, is no exception; and  of tha group of the'chlef antl his staff,  shown herewith, :io fewer thai, six are  now preparing for the front as recently-joined members of Lord Kitchener's army. The display of pictorial  posters in the windows of the Victoria  ..street offices- is very line, and certainly it cannot be Mild that the Belfast staff -as been deaf to the stirring !  appeal under one of the niostoffective  of them:  Lads of .he desk nnd'\vhoel aritHoom,  Noble and trader, squire and groom',-  Come whero tho buglos   of England  play,  Over the hills and far away.  A Medical Need Supplied.���������When'a  itie'dicihVis" found that'not bnly;acts>  upon the stomach, but is so composed  ���������that_aer.tain_inKr_edient5_of_it_pass__iin_  altered through the stomach to'iind, action in the bowels, then "there is available a purga* -e and 'a cleanser oj!  great effectiveness. Parmelee'_ Vegetable Pills are of this character, and'  are the, bo. u, ��������� of all pills. During the  years tliat they have been in use they  ]*'ave, established themselves as no,  other pill haz - one.  WANTED  .LADIES WANTED TO DO PLAIN  and-light sowing at homo, whole or  spare timo; good pay; work sent  any distance charges paid, Sor.tl  stamp for particulars. Nutlona.  Manufacturing Co.,  Montreal.  ,   PATENTS  Fcathorstoiilioiigh & Co., head office,  IKIng street oust, Toronto, Canada,  Not So Far Wrong  Th- class had taken up tho subjects  <of tho riilors of ilio world. Tlio .rosl-  .dent of'tlio Unitod States, tlin King  ���������ot England, and tholr powers and  functions luul been dlscmiHiid.  "A Kills r," ropliod Willie, whoso  utrong point wiih geography liiHtoatl  .of political hlHtcry, "Is a stream of  :iiot wator Hprln_.li>' up nnd (IIhUiiv  ing tho ourtli."  ���������Mlnnrd's Liniment Cures Distemper.  "It Is tho duty of ovoryono to make  at loast ono portion happy during tho  -wenk," Hiild a Sunday school toucher,  ���������"Now, hnvo you dono bo, Johnny?"  "Yos," wild .'oliiiny promptly,  "That's right,   Wlin' did you do?"  "I wont to hco niy aunt and hIio was  linppy whon  I wont homo,"���������Ladles'  'ilomo Journal. ���������  Attacked by Asthma,���������Tho first fearful sensation is of suffocation, which  hour by hour becomes more desperate  and hopeless. To such a case tho rollof  afforded by Dr. J, D..Kollogg's Asthma  Remedy seems .nothing loss than miraculous. Its he'.) Is quickly apparent  and soon tho dreadful attack Is. mastered. The nsthninI,lc wlm has found  out the dependability of this sterling  rom od y will never bo without it, It Is  sold everywhere  No Peace by Subjugation ,  As Lord Churciill points out peace  can ��������� nev.er' come by subjugation, lt  can, never come by "Britain over all  the ' world," oi* "France over all the  \ orld," or "Germany over all, the  world," It must come only by the  nations living their'own lives quietly,  enjoying their own possessions while  respecting those of others, and each  confiding in the others' joint civilization. The nations nv.tt boepme neighbor-nations, not ruler-nation's, And tho  rulers who sit in chair's of state mu3i  be men of works and arts, and not  men of the -word. The sword was  hover a Svlso ruler; it has comet',1  beon a usoful servant���������Detroit News  Spleo In Canada  It Is a fact (hat ugoiiclos are at  work circulating false lltoraturo Intended lo undermine tho loyalty of  Canadians lo their own caiiHo and  to justify' the holllsh nssiuilt of  Prussianized Gormany on the ponco  and liberties ot Europe, Tho bo-  called Gorman-Canadian Alliance of  SiiHkatcliowan somo timo ago petitioned tho Bonlui government to  I'OHtniln tho Ciiimillnn pvohh from In.  Jurlng tho foo;!lngn of Gorman Immigrants. Tho members of this society  apparently expected all tlio r.o wo-  papers to roprosH" lho kaiser's mad  HptspclioH, and to tixeludo accounts of  Minium Ut"()t'.|tl('H HglllllHt tlio holplcBH  Belgians. Theso nro only the mora  opon ovIdo'iooH of Gorman activity  throu-.hou<. tho Lomlnlon,'  Thoro Ih oven gnmlor need to pro*  loot tho country ngnliiHt tho underground worklngH of llm PniHHliui  agontH and spIoH. No matter what tho  social (luiilltlos of thoso outsiders -.nny  ho, thoy,must nol ho permitted to  mannco tho security of tlio stntn. Can-  udn Is In n enndit'on of war. Tlio snfd-  ty of our lives and property and tho  Integrity of tho empire r.ro at stako,  No enrnloHs tnlernnoo or onsy lonkmcy  must ho allowod to endanger all that  wc hold moB', dear.���������Townto News.  W. N. U. 1027  bquipment or tioluiers  FtilloubiK la u )IA vt Die I'll turn-  Ishctl to private Holdlora by tho gov-  ornmont over nml nbovo tholr uniforms nnd arms: Dniworn, two pairs,  winter weight; ulili'ts, throe, light  weight;  shirts, iwu winter   wolgh.;  auwui:. a.t., ^c, la,,u v,ii.vV.   Vtl.hi'l,  t-tUa^t..),  throo pairs, winter weight: waistcoat,  Cardigan, woollen; woollon glovon, ono  pair; woollon Balaclava cap; woolion  Hcarf, sovonty-two Inches long; honn1)-  wlfo, containing noodles, thread, plr.u,  buttons, etc; holdall, containing knlfn,  spoon, folk, razor, comb, brush, towel;  briiciiH, boot IncfiH, canvas shoes, clasp  knifo on lanyard. This llmt nppearu to  contain all "coniforta" needed by sold-  lorn, except cholera bolt And handler-  chiefs.  ''Papa," askod James; "wouldn't-you  bo glad if I saved a dollar for you?"  "Cortalnl;*, my son,'! said papa, so  delighted at this evidence of building  business ability that he handed tho-  youth a dime,  "Woll, I saved It all right," said  James, disappearing, "You said If I  brought a good report from my tone! ���������  or, you would':,lve mo a dollar; but  I didn't."  illMffie  HairiikeTlils  Horn oh ow Fred cannot Bccm to got  up courage to propouo.  Perhaps he's cfrald you'd tay yei.  poration.", The f.vst step in. the direction of united effort was taken when  the Patriotic Fund Association' of,  1900, whicli had administered relief  duringand sincq .the Boer War, decided tn dissolve and to turn over its  unexpended balance, amounting,, to  about $77,000, to the new fund. Local  organizations, that had already' begun  work in Montreal, Toronto, and Ot-  aw'a asked to be admitted as branches  of the, Canadian Patriotic- Fund and  were duly accepted. A full measure of  autonomy is granted to these local  bodies, yet, for the. sake of uniformity,  certain conditions have been lait\^  -do;__n_and cordially accepted.  ^ranches. A record of all names, so  .arNas obtainable, of men goin-; to tho  :ront, will be kept at Ottawa and local  organizations will bo expected monthly .to send in a statement of tha  aames on their lists and the amounts  oeing allowed to each.  A moment's reflection will show two  obvious reasons why a central fund is  iesirr.ble:  1st The ability of communities to  raise funds and the claims made upon  local organizations will be far from  .miform. Some branches,,will be ablo  to collect more than they locally need,  others will havo demands beyond their  power to satisfy. In this trying time  the strong should be willing to help  to bear the burdens of tho weak.  Some families will be found in districts whero no relief organizations  can bo found. Hence the need of a central body that may stand behind all  and seo that in no place throughout  our wide Dominion iunocont suffering  is permitted to exist.  2nd; A cortral organization is further necessary to*make sure that tho  scalo of distribution, making duo allowance for tho difference in cost of  living, is'approximately the samo witj  each branch. Obviously, it will bo  unfair for, one locality to support its  families too generously, whilo another  was exercising the greatest economy,  and yet both were falling back upon  tho common fund. Hence,- thoro  should'be no objection on the part of  a local Relief Committee when tho  central body feels it incumbent upen  thom to seek information as to their  scale of assistance and give them ad-  vice as to how-it may be made to  conform with that generally allowed  throughout Canada.  The Head Office of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund is at Ottawa. His Royal  Highness the Governor-General, is  President and Chairman of the Executive Committee; H. B. Ames, M.P., is  the Honorary Secretary, and Hon. W.  T. White, M.P., is the Honorary Treasurer.  Cheques should bo made payable to  the '.'Canadian Patriotic Fund." Funds  raised in Alberta for the Canadian  Patriotic Fund should bo transmitted  ,to, the Honorary Treasurers of the  North and South Alberta' branches.������������������  The central body will be most happy to facilitate the endeavors of patriotic Canadians throughout the Dominion to carry forward an organized  effort to ensure that the wives and  families of bur brave soldie-1 who aro  fighting the battles of the Empire with  the,army and navy of Great Britain  and her Allies, shall not suffer want  during tlieir absence at the front. This  is the least that thoso of us who do  not go intj danger can do for those  who are willing to suffer, and, if need  be, lay down their lives for our common defeme.     ���������   ��������� '  Local organizations should get Into  communication as soon,   as possible,  (^  WHAT _k  Mm  HEED  Too many women struggle  under pains and aches.  They are not sick���������bid weak,  nervous, irritable.  Such women need that blood-  strength that comes by takihj  SCOTT'S EMULSION.   It also  strengthens the nerves, aids the ap-  pctito and checks the decline.  If uiifm or mother tire easily  or look run down, SCOTTS*  EMULSION will build her up.  SHUN SUBSTITUTES.  BHEE3S1  CuttciMSoa.  You  Realize this ambition, when  assisted by Cuticura Ointment, by keeping your scalp  clean and free from dandruff,  itching and irritation,  Samples Free by Mnll  Culltiirt Hn������p ami nintmrnt until ih-niijliniit Ihi  wnrlil. t.ll*r������l ������������mp|nnf rtrh m������IM tm, wllh S?-i������  book. JMdrau"CuUcura,"n������pLK lleaiau.UMJ.  "No existing society, however zealous, that has a limited membership  only should undertake, unaiued, so  large an enterprise. If contingents continue to gL. to the front, there will be  in nearly every community a large  number of families justly entitled to  receive assistance-from the fund, and  the work Involved in collecting and  administering the fund will bo of such  importance and magnitude as to require the active support of a large'and  representative body of men and women.  In the Province of Alberta, on'account of the great distances, it was  considered advisable to form two  branches, North and South -Alberta,  tho dividing line being tho northern  boundary of Township 39.  ' i. To have a just claim, on the  Fund it must bo shown that'at'the  time of reporting for duty the soldier  was a resident of Canada and was supporting In Canada, the wife, family or  dependent relatlvo who now applies  fc .* eid.  2. The fund recognizes as being on  ths samo basis', not only Canadian volunteers and regulars, but also the  British army ond navy reservists, and  French, Holgian, Sorvlan, Russian nnd  Japanese reservists, who, 'leaving dependents .in Canatia, havo gono to join  tho colors, Theso soldiers aro all  lighting side by side for the common  cause, ond tholr families in CanntU  are entitled to jqutil consideration.  3. Aid can ho granted only whllo  tho soldier Is on active service, lt  may ho commenced, howovor, from  the time that ho gives up his employment or loavos his homo and. bo con-  tinuod so long as ho Is with his regl-  mont, allowing reasonable timo for his  roturn journoy to his homo in Canada,  Not mnny famlllos will ho loft ln  total destitution,  According to a circular IsHiiod hy  tho Control committor- In Ottawa., the  wlfo ot a married soldier (Canadian)  will havo sniit to her oach month by  tho paymaster-general of the Mllltla  Oupartmont nt Ottawa, n chequo for  $20.00 as a soparatAn nllownnco.  Tho wlfo nf a HrltlHh Ucsorvlst wlll  receive each month ,.no (is 7<1) por  day for hnrsolf and Co (M) por di������y for  oach child, wllh a maximum of 18c  (Od), so that a wlfo and throo child-  ron would rccolvo from tho��������� imperial-  government, uhoui 57o a day, umlclim  $17.10 per monlh,  Again, thoro aro often wage earners In tho fnniily who do or can  contribute In part towards Its support,  [���������'urthor, many employers arc continuing to pa: to lho family nf a soldlo:  on nctlvn sorvlc. tho wholf*- or part,  of tho amount which riicIi ������oldler at  nn omployoo had heon ncciinlonuid to  oarn. All those sources of Iticoino  should ho Inquired Into by-llio locil  Uttliot Committal1 and cureniliy coii-  .''I'lored when adridalhin tr!';'l;j'.'ii.i'''l  a family may justly rocnlvo from the  (und.  At a mooting of tho executives of  Iho North and South Allmrtu brunches  It was  dpt'ltlotl  that tho    following   ,...., .  ... ,. i ,   ,.. a    , .,    i.   i .  pendents during thu broad-winner's ub-  Ronco;  Por Month.  Wlfo on hor own account ....130.00  Allownnco for onn child hotwoon  10 and 15 years of ago    9.00  Allowanco for ono child hotwoen  f, and 10 yours of nun    C Ort  Allownnco for ono child under  n vonrn nt ar,-     f'A'i  With a mmlniuin nllownnco of JCff  for the Inrgont family.  As custodian of tho common fund,  the Cnfrnl Organizer will lin expected  to exercise general ovorsldht over tho  methods  md activities    of all  the  Tho Spirit of Old  Relating his experiences to a pressman, Lauco Corporal Kdmoudsou of  tho Royal Irish Lancers, said: "There  Is absolutely uo doubt that our niea  uro "till animated by the spirit of old.  1 camo on.a couple of men of tho  Argyll an-. Sutherland Highlander*  whohaddbeen cut off at Mons. Ono  was badly wounded, hut-his companion had stuck by him all the time in a  country swarming with Germans, and'  though *.hry bav. only a few biscuits  between them they managed to piill  through until we picked thom them tip.-  I pressed the uuwounded man to tell  me how- they managed to get through  the four days on dx' biscuits, but ho  always got angry aud told me to shut  up. I fancy he wont without any^  thing, and gave the biscuits to the ���������  wounded man. Thoy were offered  shelter many tlmec by French peasants, but . they were so afraid of ���������  bringing trouble on these kind folk  that they would never accept shelter.  One night they lay" out in the opoa  all through a - heavy ��������� downpour,  though they could have had shelter.  Uhlans were on the prowl, and they  would not think- of compromising, tho  French people, who would have been'  glad to hei? them.  "In another case there, was a man ,  of tho Essex -'Regiment who fought  the Germans single-handed until sho;  In 'both legs, and then. crawled away,  to die rather than surrender. Fortunately'for- him,- he , was discovered  through tho sagacity , of a Jicrse belonging to our regiment,-and we  brought him in. His only question  was whether he would be court-  martialed for leaving his company  without authority, but if ho pulls  through no court-martial is likely 'to  with the local member of the Proviu-! go against him even if he was tecli-  cial Legislature as he is the individ-' nically at fault."  ual  responsible  for the organization  of the Fund in his constituency.  -WHEN-BABYJS4LL-  When the bab/ is ill or out of  sorts give him Baby's. Own . Tablets.  They are the ideal medicino for .little  ones and never fail to relieve"'constipation and indigestion; cure colds,  allay siaiple fevers ..and promote  heal'"iful ��������� sleep. Concerning them  Mrs. F. Wurker, Ingersoll, Ont., says:  "I have used Bab/s Own Tablets for  eight years and can highly recommend them to all mothers for baby-,  hood antl childhood ailment*;." Tho  tablets are sold oy medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from  Tho Dr. Williams' ModlclnL Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Singer ai'the Front  Among tho Russian officers on the  Prussian frontier is M. Tretiakoff, a  well known singer in tho Petrograd  Opera, and formerly an artillery officer. To encourage the1 men,.he sang  In the trenches military songs relating  to Peter tho Groat, the soldiers joining In the chorus. He also sang songs  from Tclmikowsky's operas,  During tho recent lighting two'.ve  Russian guns wort., attacked hy a  strong Gorman force antl wer* ordered lo rotrcat, Ono batteiy was Incapacitated owing to tho horses boing either killed or wounded.  M. Trotlakoff shoutod, "Wo can't,  leave any guns behind, hoys!" and  went to the old of. the battery with i  fow horses, he himself acting as  driver.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria,  nreothlossly lu rushed into tho  harbor "shop, Ills hat, collar and  nocktlo wo/0 off In a trice, and ho  sprang Into tho chair over which old  Frit/, proslled.  "I want a shave antl a hnlr cut, nnd  I havo only fifteen mlnutos," ho sul.l.  Old Frit/ ntompd in t'oiiHldor. Aftor  a fow seconds ho asked:  "Vitch do you vnnt iho most?"  "A shavo,"  The Hhavo took about clovon minutes,    .  Ah Frit/, removed tho towel from  'it" i'"������ifi"iiti''������ no;h, ho snid:  Soft corns are difficult to eradicate,  but Holloway's.Corn Cure will draw  them out,painlessly.  Housewife (to new "domestic)���������  There is"one thing I wish to aay to  you. The last girl had a.habit of,  coming into the parlor and playing the  piano occasionally; You never:) play  the piano, do you?  New Domestic���������Yis, mum,- I play;  but I'll have to charge yer lulf a  crown.a week'extra if I am to furnish music, for the family.���������Liverpool  Marcury.   , ���������  "Will-you direct me to your range  department?", asked the lady in tho  dig department Etoro.  "Certainly, madam," replied tho-pol.  lte floorwalker; "rifle, kitchen or  mountain?"���������Yonkers Statesman.  Tho young recruit on guard duty  was just about to enjoy a snack  when- tho colonel nppoar'etl. As tho  latter was in citizen's dress, tho  youngster did not recognize hlni.  "What's that?" askod the colonol.  "A sandwich," ropliod the recruit ���������  "I-Invq a bite?"  "Do you know who T am?"  "No; the colonel's gardener, may  bo." "   '  "The colonol hlmsolf, sir."  "Good heavens!" oxclaimod tho  frightened sentry;" "here, hold tho  sandwich while I pre'sont arms."  PRES3ED HARD  Heavy Weight on Old Age  Whol* people realize lho Injurious  effects ot tea. and coffee and tho  change ln henlth that Postum can  bring, they aro jsually glad to lend  tholr'testimony for tho honollt of  others,  "My mothor, since hnr early childhood, was an Invotorato coffoo drink-  nr, had boon troubled wllh hor heart  for a nunihor of yoars and complained  of I', at 'weak all-over' feeling and  sick stomach," (The effects on tho  system of toa antl coffee drinking nr*  vory similar, because they each con-  lain tho drug, cuffolnoL  "Somo timo ago 1 wur making a  visit lo n distant part of tho country and took dinner with om. of tha  merchants of thn place, I noticed a  Roiuewl.at unusual flavor of the "coffee" nnd nsked him concerning ���������<-> Ho  "Mlno friend, don't nefer ngnli. ask  a 'lurhcr (o cut your hairs and sharo  roplleti thnVlt wiis Postuni,  ynu In fifteen mUites, because foiiip.;    <������������������ wnn ���������o plnriHtnl with It that, aftor  Minn   you    might   llnd n larhor vat  tho meal wur over, 1 bought a packago  would do It. | _v, enrry homo with mn, and had wlfo  Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget  Cows,  In  "Yes," ho remarked, stretching himself 'azlly In lho one really comfort-  prepare some for tho next nioal. Tha  whole family w������*re ho well pleased  wllh II that we discontinued coffee nnd  used Postum ontlrely,  "I had really been at times very anxious concerning my mother'; contll-  able chair In tlio eoniineri'.lii! room, lion, but wo iio'.Ieeil thnt after usiiif!  "I'm tho youngest child of a very big. IVis'imi for n short time, she felt so  family." j much bettor thar. she did prior to itn  "How manv nf ynu nro thorn?" nslf-hiHe, nnd hnd Utile trouble villi hor  ' ' a fellow knight of tho rond. ; heart, ami no sic   stomach; that tho  "\\ <:','.," iciALA lho l.iiiy ono, "lht:t;i,'!it:.ul.'i.!;r,i unto. .ol. <,.; fi-.-im-iil, uni  were ten of us 'joys, and each of us her general cont'ltlon much Improve!,  hnd a slsl <r," This continued until sho was woll and  "Wh.it!" gasped his (iiiostloner. "Do  you mean to say that tliero wero twenty of you?"  Fun.  Littlo Johnny���������Mrs, Talkenu'oivn  pnld vou a big compliment today  Mother���������Did sho really,������ Well,  there's no denying that woman ban  sense.   What did hIio say?  Little. Johnny���������She nald tbo didn't  tea how you rnmo to have such n nlco  little boy n������ I wat.  Hubby'-���������A wird to tho wise la nuf-  ���������Ich-it, my dear.  Wlfey���������I know It. Henry. Thai's  whv I hnve to bo continually and ovor-  lastingly talking to you.  hoc.rty.  "I know Postum hns benefited my-  rtelf and  the other members nt  tho  ������������������    i . ��������� .   ,     i  ns In the case o' my mother, ns sho  wnn a victim of long standing," Nnmo  given by Cntiadlaii Postum Co., Wind*  nor, Ont.  T'oRtum comes In two forms:  Regulnr Postum���������must ho woll boll*  ed. inr nnd 2.ric pnekngtiH, n  Inst.int Postum���������\* a soluble pof-  der. A terinpoonfnl dissolves quickly  in a cup of hot water and. with crcaia  and sugar. ninktM a thllcrtuis bovor-  ngo Instantly.   Sic nnd .'.Oc tins.  Thn cost per cup of both kinds Lf  about the samo.  ., "There's a Hennon" for Postum.  ���������sold by Grocers. .> * F
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'tm NEWS. cmmiUftl * AM��/BRITISH COLUMBIA. '
w^mmsw��aunr��4iK:�� ������ -,�����i'-"l-irrr irru : -ir   -in
m u.* * viji tnnat*^i>
Remind sis that the winter is almost here
 FROM $1.75 TO $20 EACH	
Flannelette Sheets; grey   and.   white   blankets  and'
Comforters in   a full range of prices.
r,   For solid comfort,'try a '*RE8T\VELL>' Stool Hod
and h "RESTMOItE"   Spring nnd Mnttress
McPhee (Mock,  A. E
�������.< uiKiaiwi*
numi n�� *"���**"��**�� **��#"*p:!",��,",,'*'*,,r*,fc
r>M*�� M��Mtw�� mm va-m
Public   Worship--Sunday,
i'.   in.
Special Thanks-,
* giving -Scrvi
Agents for Pilsener brewing Company's BEER
vVliolesnle Dealers in-all Kinds of
Wines-.and Liquors,
tv        SECOND   STREET
i    I
lumbia, Ltd.
On Sunday nest. Kclmiarv !.]di, Sp��-
,ia! Tliankifjivinx Services in cnnnnemoi
aimn of the lliinclrod Veara-of IV-ii-o he
,,.,,' ,, , .,,, ,, , <, , ,. iween the Hntish Kmpiro and ilm Unii-
iiibie bU.dy (b. School) a 30 cd-StaicsofAmerlca, w.ll beheld in ihe
Ul. , Ciiy Chiiir.lies.    Al ihe evening iorvic
upwovth League��� Moir
7 u , 7..30 p. in.
(J���lita^o pr-iyei' meeting,   *��
1. m1;\v fii 8.00 p. in. '
i.o digs Aid���Pi iv t  Tuesday of
i'7o\y month, iu 7.30 p. m.
IA-....!-. Rov. Wm. Elliott, B. A-
Si-rvi'.'.i'.s. ! 1 11. 111. mn 1 7 [i. ui-'
liilm- Uin.'s, 1.80 p.  iu,
*���* iii :;iV Ol-ll-'iil. 2760  j), in,   ���
'������t\-'i- Meeting, Wediiu.-.o'ay uvon
i;i(^ .S.iJO, -���   '
P.l^tOl',   Ih'V. JilS.   Hood.
cs special hymns  and prayers wil1 be us
ed and sermons   suitable to the occasion'
will be preached,
It is e.irne&ily hoped ih it .ill lovers of
IVaoe will join in this celebration, nnd
that a mighty Aiv.hem ol Praise, fuil-soul
ud 'and sincere, will ascend to Hi��li
Heaven as a 'J'liank��givinj;- for ihis uni-
que event in iiUernaiiona! history.
.,   '    (Sty ned)
JAMr.s  Mood -
Wiu.iam., Elliott
Watch Repairing
.\' 0 X E Y   f'ci ;���    111 eo m 1101 c n t
W .toll   ltepairii g,  if  yur
iit.ili in  in t   k'-iHini/, fin'ie
.ic-d.-ituly'LKi  JJNIITKIt
��� , IX IT.     (.J ve Us 11 Ti'iitl.
F. tighter
i;.'l.:ai Watchmaker, lev/cler. aid
..\}n, ILO-iLO Theatre Balding
', Hmberland, B. 0.
���     t     t     i     ���     i     t     I     t     t,M     (    f     t     !��*���������
Rooming House:.:
bmnished    Rooms
Reasonable   Kales-
7"   Third House Prom
Ii, C.   Telephone
M'RWKNT avp:ni;t.'
Cumberland,  B    C.
0. i-l TARBELL     |
������I.  KITCHEN   .UThNiilLS
Sportsmens Good
a)era Hardware 5
Service? for Sunday n*xt
Holy Communion, 8 30j\. ra
Litany and Holy Eueli:iri-t 11a.m.
Evensong and r-yr"moii 7 p.m.
Seivicc of lhe intercession on he
half of thoise ongiiged' in   'he  war,
Trir-\yT^Vire"exl"a"y"rrt-S~p~in^ =���
Arthur liisclr-lager, Vicar.
P. Philupps Harrison
k9 dunsmlmr Avenue
ttraMXtnmrfxxtt mnritwii
1^M*ri^ll,"ir^,W^T"1"T5T|W',"yt**"t��1',|^m'lr'PrtF,?**fJ��fr^t?��*y��-11    m     ' ���'"���"���       '" ���"���*'    iMlWaaMaMlal
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Under and by virtue of h
Landlord's Warrant of Distress to me directed. I will offer  for sale,  ancl  \v!li  sell   by
all the Goods' and Chattels hituaie in the New England
Hote), CumbeHand, li.C, consisting of FukNITUKK. Im.ook
���Covkiuncis, .Fixtures, Winks,
Liquors, Ctcars, etc. etc., and
unless the amount as stated in
the. Distress Warrant i.s paid,
or the Goods and Chattels re.
plevined, the above sale will
take place on Wednesday,
February 17th, 1915, at the
hour of 9 a, m., at the New
England Motel, Cumberland,
B. C.   Terms Cash.
CM A3, ti. TRAWPORt)
lliiiliff t'oj Lnnclloiil
ShniliTfor Nium mo County
 S3 '������"
Do You 'Know thfit tlie*Cninb
erland brand of Liberal pb'form
idclndes the following:��� Fice
hind for settlers, ahd money advances For, development of same:
total, probhibit'iou, the removal
of disabilities under which worn
en "labor ? Do You Know that
the Conservatives .yromi.se, if re-
���    v      .        ���
turned to, power to biiug'in a
new Aliens'bill; thai'they fav--
;.or_a_mon.ev._coiiIrlbutiou ts> the
Imperial navy;,...and that they
have^ a r> a ly reply tor. every
critic of tlieir past poUcy?   '
.If vou have any doubts tin
these points come to the regular
uiee'ing- of tlie Cumbeiland De
baling Society ou t.;e evening
of ]\Ionday m:A, when the cau'eii
dates lejpii'ly uominaietl fcr
lho vaiious distric's will air
their views.   AH are   welcome.
�� ��f.iW   �� :*at*vmim*M*.tttmt**MA*nmi.t
il). 'WOODS I
���    ��� >it >r    %   v.ii .*     jJU'lliiT
;���';���:!���;!! 11 ���> of All Ki��dH,
C 'ariM's Reasonnbli?.
Any ]HM's��oii or person.*, cm 1 inir,
ri'i!inviiif.i or tivliiiuf nny lili.ekn
timliw <>!��� wood, oi'iuiv cliti'.c.'riptiriilii
je.lc.Mi'j.'iiicj to tlm Wc'lliii^ton Cob
licry (!oJ v., or from or oil' tlui bind
mI' tho Ptiid ('onipiuiy, or iiiiyoin-
lipping rubbish ol' any dcs'*j ijni'ti'
uiivwheii.'   upon   ihe cuniiiaiiv1*'
A     .... 'i , ,      .
���I  j jail'i   HIU   I'll  pil^reiiUll'li   t<y  i/M /liii
i) loxtcnt id tin- ktw,
j; .1. Ii. KOCKALJ).
J, I Goiienil .Miuuin-i'i',
���' I Cnll-i.i'v ro.v
(Continued from front paye.)
S leof bu-ketp, 2 50,
Con * 1 n bit's Wiird repor'od in-on:'
iepp to tlie nmount on $28.80 in
word iu;:ht-wiilohu-nn'jiHuliiry.' ������
Cnn'-tiili) Ward rop .rloil tho m��nai,i
tlirfioii inw-Kri 11 of blind inM-niiiic ts
boloutfiiiw to ti 0 c ty. Mr, Wivd \v<�� i,.-
Htrncteil to cill ti 111 ii i.linii'i ts nut *
unci) time an ii ju'opor lemlor wnt iipj.oinl
Tho Sclirml Kfitjinnto? for UM-'i.
nnunmlinp lo $10,302, wore p1"'-
Hutod. idho nu JCxiriitrdiiiiiiy I'.s"
)n\\fii 'U* $1,750,00-laid over ur.'
til uci.xt n'uubir nicoiin^,
It. vim ilnriMi'il no. t�� levy i.wuingi
ml," I��r liJlT)
Tin.' fin mi. o t'oniniiUii' wna Hjipiini-
ci| t'A.c-'iMi-nij' '���ui.vi'iiKdi' I'.V'l.i.", mul
in luturi! li vy 1 ii |iii.|in,t1v, hml it ��iif
ivVu d ci i'.i il tn i>nu!iiil i-b'\ 'I', ,\ Mule
Tin' i']��'rl�� I'M, li.'H'in lui in i';ih' .Vn>,
SiiniU", t' li.��vc mi n \vi" |.iu'i'ily (jo -
11'.r.-.i wi-li ciiy H w <: 1 i:d ri in Vi�� lc ���
1 till.ic nil' . .It i   ��� i',V, ' i-if.  III 11  Id  Ji!'.,Hi|i
i.liiM'i I,: tliM jtiiiOi.' 11 !)..��� 11 (>r,'lnl in btm
in'.'ivi'i (,H-r.
(Jmii.i; I ��ij iur. oil.
��� m Mi'.i'/rs Am, Tkai.vs'?
t��, 1     It.'.iin;.' oa Incuiiioiives nml   rail
I'.'iVSTON,     IJ. C.      J I wny onr* of   tlio   Union   floiliory
j.. ....  ��� 1 tXtCtimX* (?$</!��'��.��.',, Ca $(%-&:*
NOTfOK ip luro'v ci-cM   Mv.'nt, the
��'xl. 111 cl.'iif: cf titer Mmiwl   A   Lcnyn
<���< ..,,,,-.. .,:0 ;,.-,  . c .i,��� fi��.. ,tf ,���,|, v
'��� ':', T "r.'.i'n1 ^'i !'pjVv I'"'" '1 1<"v,i"-ifr (if
die " |inl(i-i'i|,i liiprir l'ccn'c li'lil If- nv
nn I-o�� fl Hl'flf i:i. Ci!iii,'cilnii.l T<��-i.
Kitf, to D.'inln'e Udri-i'otfi,
IJ.ili'il ii nnii.T.v O'ln,  i.iiu,
(Contijitnd Irom front pa^e)
commercial interests.   The Uu t
is nothing   more   eamaging.to
Germany's commercial interests
could   possibly    have h;p,)entd
.   "Women and childien firs'.'
Yes.    Kruppery    and    Meinj..oi
usin give women   and children
Hei1 rirst, last and always.,
"  Bill .tvaiser explains at    length , why he was obliged to vio
late Belgium���but   no, e'xp.laua
tion ever explains   the   necessi
ty for au explanation,
~"*~A'n y����� a tion���Mm r-tl i i 11 -k s���i !,-
cau disregard the  rights of otli
er nations' lias got io be iritnm
ed for the safety, of mankind.
��>end Bill Kaiser back to the
Dark Ages, whicli he so ably
a.If bill lias his way. the
world will look like a Swiss
cheese and   smell like Limber
er- * ,,
Should Bill be   successful, it
will be the turn   of the United
States next, , The Monroe Doct
rine is only a scrap of paper. '
As tiie world's chief expou
cut of militarism Bill Kaiser de
serves���and is getting���the ex
scration.of mankind.
Iiiil thinks he is a snperlnt
man, but some (lay the devil
will explain fo him that he is
only a. supernumerary.
. Bill's biiMifciii is to daub
b'ood ou lhe door posts of every
once happy limne iu ihe world
Bill Kaisi-r ts marching in the
procession to lhe funeral of his
own greatness.
Dou't forget lhe Hospital Ball
to be given in the West Cumber
land Hall, 011 Friday evening,
Kebruary it.
��� ���     'i -   .   ,':'
Comox���U n ion Bay���N an a i mo���Vancouvkr���Routr
Leaves Comox, Sunday, 3 p.��m	
Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 4 p, nf....
For Denman Island, Nanaimo and Vancouver.        >
RETURNING���Leaves Vancouver, Saturday, 8 pm
For Nanaimo, Union Bay and Comox.
Subject to change without notice,
The soap  that saves
you. work, and saves
Vou money without injury
to hands or
Sunlight Soap
turns wash-
tub drudgery
into   pleasure.
Oeta bar of Sunlight
to-day and try.
. '^i
Onpit'i! P��iid Up $H,GQ0,0p0,
The Royal Bank of Canada.
i h OVEIl   THE i WORLD. ,    v-
ft   at liijjheist Current Unlet* nlliiv.iioj. ;.{>, orils nf $l nnd upwni'ds.
OUJanKULANO, B, 0 , Rinach, CpwDnil/,     D, M. Moirioon,. Mgr.
UNION T'AY, B.O. Branch, Ojh'ti Tafly.      F. Bctwortli, Itfg'r.
COURTENAY,   ��, 0 , Branch,  Opon Dullv R. H  Hft.dwlclc,  Mgr
UK���wti ��������1x1 ���rvuttumm
V. BOflOHfl==
Manufacturer of MINEEAL WATER
uufUBiwa xntmMmum
P. 0. BOX 482
PHONE 30....
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