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Array /s . -a--   y.    /    ' ''  ry. A ,-"��������� j-/ !,. n. ;���������- ,s f   -- >v.<-:���������;��������� ������������������ a j.,-  ��������� /  ((-  I  }}  v,  WA  \\  nr w o ' in 11 n/i :r> ft fh .  i i I - L������_    %y %J I y I JL> JL__ M J____i_r\..  *^^*^\^'**1���������W'K**-'^W'''**&a'^M^ tv���������*!.*.****!****!/****.  ll  ���������Oevoted Hwnwcjally'to the 1 rices rii.wva of Cumberland und Surrounding District.  ���������MNWnMiw  '   'Tin-; Nkws, Twkktv Imkst Y }-./.���������������������������< ' /        i  t?^?^'I!'���������!,.__!!!__!_f?^^������^  CUMBERLAND   B. C ,  WEDNHSDAY,   JAN.   20,  :n_4  Wti'^awra���������iwwwai  I ������'Correspondence i| Comox District ������������������  1' Patriotic War Fund  *-**��������� ���������������#���������������*!������������ *������ ������������-��������������� -M> *������**.  3STot7 Stock of. Pali- Suits  for'Men   and Bovs  _.*    Our new range of Men's Overcoats-  in   splendid  values, and. styles "the very latest, prices   $8.50 to $27  Men's,Suits, right up to the minute, at from $12 \\  ���������andJjoc to $30, our stock is-compleie and .our. services i(  JU4_QuiL_c__.1u11j.nd ! : '���������X ���������-���������-)>  We have the largest showing of Hoys' Suits ever ���������'  .shown, at the Big Store ancl. prices ar.1. very moder-uc  W '  P.,    f*S*i,  QUO    ������U/<i._/'_,j  iLs'___M  ���������Editor, News.  - Sir:���������Kvery fair minded pers  on 'agiees  that   politics should  not enter into  uiunicipal  ckc'..*  ions,   biit    Cumberland's    last  week election was a  ylarinii e.\-  ���������   Cl 0 -^  caption, evidently led and en'.dn  tiered hv the Conservative As.m>  ciation here. The ���������" Agreement  of Sale Act.'' that, was never intended ������io he used iu any sucli  way, was. twisted and made use  of to degrade and evade tlie hai  lot act. '  Mr. Dowser from cuquiiios  made, would he the fir^t to cot'i..  de.nn such a flagrant use o: it,  If this is allowed lobe continued, the pioperty owners, wheth  ev Conservative or Liberal, have  only to combine, divide up theii  values into 8100, pretend-to sell  and.convey to 'rom, I)iJ-: aud  Harry and conlrol the situation  entirely, id their own interests.  The,marvelous feature of tii.'-  frame-up is, that a church led it.  is generally asserted " by its pas  tor and leading membeis. should  join and abet in such an outrage  against the sacred    l-ight   of  the  Financial    Statement    for, thc  mouth ending  -December  31st,  iyi...  Receipts���������-  Ihil. ou h.and  end  of November....... *?r,,;82' 00  Collections per M.K.'R.'  Muclailane  1 00  Subsc!iptious by Kin-  ,plo.\ ees 0.. (..'. Co. ..     501 no  Si.786 00  00  Disbursements���������  Mis Macintosh  Oct. Nov. Dec /...S 90  ���������Mrs. W.  Drown jDec)..' 42 00  Mrs R Rushford ...... 52 00  Mrs M, Ellison [Nov & ,  [Dec.) ���������  84 00  Dec. 3'isl,' bul. on hand 1.518 00  #1,786 00  t L MWt III M.1. MllMUJaut)  D. M.' MORRISON  I reas.  ��������� im wtM xinratsn u  .lame.-. DuuMiiuir,  youno-est f-on  of lion.   J nun's .Dnnsmuir,    it is  ,   --i  . ���������    1    .        r    ' 1        ,     -^"hl, is going fo   the' front tn :ic-  .b.ulo.t,    but   nnfortunatelv*   the'       , . _"   r  ���������   ���������  .       ,      ... ,,'������������������    .     rively assist 111 fio-iiiiniT   Ins conn  church, wuh some notable excel)  ,    .';.',        ,   l\.    n, ,    ,,  ..',',��������� ;        . .     trv'h b'lttlos, also, thnt Ah. (..rant  tions. has afways  beeu in oppos  itioiv to anything political in favor of tlie workingman.  -   All \vhoJu_A_e_-fo.i.io_wed^UQl:.tL^  is goiiig-.,to tlie front as ohtiuilVau*.  L\ Stoddart has left, or will  shortly   leavo    Victoria   for   llie  * KOWND-S'iow, 20 x 52 feet.  .011 DiMiiiiiu; lAand hon(.'.h. Own-  ���������or can liavo t_:iiiu. by ijiiviti" sid-  *vage " and iidvorlising. .Apply  ituy Clinliners, Deniinm Islan-J.  <A mlgo not, \oA yo In; judged  '    also."  Will lho lying ��������� gentleman, who  tried to disqualify E, V. Ash-  < rol't, h, judging his cliiii'ic.ini' 10  he us hlaoli ns his own, by stoop"  iug so low to li*.1, and say t.i 1  V. Ae ii'.i'oft di I no-   ���������������������������'* ��������� rop-  . orh, it being in J?. '[\ II, r, son's  luiiiio. lfthis lying ^oiilleuinii  will como forward, ft. V. Ash-  ci'ol'i will produce his title, to emi '  vino him that he is a   liur.    My  "   propyl ty never was in 1\ P, Ilni"  lis ill's hands.    Von   will find 1110  at lioiue evuuiiios,   corner   Miir)"  jiort. 11 veil ue and Knurl h street.  It, V.   ASIICUOI-'T.  Wu huvu never liourd of 11 ^011-  tleiU'iu being 11 liar, They are  ifotitiriididtory terniK. A man  iMiny boa liar, hut. novui 11 gimtlo-  jtutiu,  NCJTIOft,  Mi, Krie P, lJimiieherg, wishes  lo nniioiinco that ho is pi-cpuied to  ���������yivi1 Ict'smut iu   Krench,    Anvonu  ** r      it  .dei-iroiiK of taking up  com be, will  -.1  1  t ���������     V  iiiiuui,    Addt'OMi Y, i).   i>'o.\ -j^n,  Cumherliiiitl, ]}. C.  mm. -9,    Dan Kilpatric.k was elected on  'ihui'M'liiy limt, ina^or ol U.mrli.'ii-  <������y a inajoiity of 5 over Jonepli  McPhee, The Coui_cj!1o.ih r.ro  ���������I. Johnior,, W, (i, Uohi'i'tton, il  Mt'Ktw/.Y, W. Tl. KirVwnof!, Dr.  Cr ii p nn, (!eo. T." g'utoii  C<> j-uitulntioiirtgeiiil. :"cn.  Frank- w, 0 mot ih tluil it is an  .thvyi \t un 0" Voor Kin tilt!  Aifitl she ff)J fliyh'f io\ tvtr..  ACKNOWLEDGMENT.  Miss Jh-nwii, matron-of 0 <fc U.  Ilnsniral, de.-ires lo   iickiiowU'ihi'i'  , ,0  willi ihiinks, gil'is  ami  donaiions  <liifiii(r lho put., year: Mrs.' T.  Woods, Xhuis. miko and pudding;  Mr, A, II. JVueuy, bnllis and  swecls; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. \V:  Oliiitdii, turkey and s.U'wts; Ci>y  Meat Miii'kef, turkey; Ca111pl1e.ll  Dro;',, turkey: Co-iijienuivi-,1 um-  key; Dig- iAovo, huge ease of or~  inigc^; Ideal Store, case of oranges; Chni lio Sing Kie, il cases  apples, -I: dozen cups and hiincers,  ���������libs, ten and sweets; l^ihiau Sit>-  lers, linen and "wuio , lor P; S.  Ward; SiiiiKhino Circle, 8 hnoy  gowns,-1-harrieoats, 2 kimoiias;  Mrs. A. MeKiuiuui, fans; T. D,  Mul.can, iiionilily magnziiKf,-', jonv  mils nnd games for ward; Gentle  man, -I- inals for fiont corridor;  Krieiid, desk set I'm' ulliee; Church  of Knglnnd, flowers, fruit and  vegetables; Piiund, teaspoons;  KriiMiil;*, e.liair,  The mni con also wishes lo  thank tlioso whe kindly sent ivaii-  ing ni*iti������-i\ Juidius' Huspitnl Aux  iliary and nil who havo domic 1  tosuiiie. and fur monthly mip  plies, consisting of linen, infants  garimmts, croukery, cutlery etc.  etc.  The. orchestra wns a plensiii";  feature nt lhe [lo Ilo l:i._ Tliiu>-  day *woiiiiii>', Tin* flvciioif i'cvci.  however, wn,-; nt in, height, and  the croud Was not as large a.- il  should Imvo been. /, good program n| vocal and iii*������iiiimeiiiid  ""!��������������� A !,, :..g i,:^..���������;.... f.,; ;M.  lhui>d:iy. Cii'"i",':! utn;-i:" i..  .'i.nllii' g I.* lli .;.;: w.ui 1 ��������� ,, i.j.piv  ei.'l'e It. ('lil.,!.,!-!;';: ' . ;i .. , ,t  lay e.iit.im in iuing.a  mus.eal oily.  cal history," know that the Conservative party of the past, always consistent l.y opposed anv  extension to the rrnhchij-e to the''  general public; they confined' ii.  to properly as long -as possible;  hence, as past le^iskuion pioves  a man may kick liis wife nearly,  to death and ihe law allows a  less sentence than he would tret  for siealiug a turnip.  There is oue consolation, Unresponsible and ' thinking portion of Cumberland ancl disirict  whom 1 have heard discuss i his  sharp practice���������either Conservative or Liberal���������to evade'the bal  lot act, condemn it utterly,  We are now yiven as an offici-  irirhfing erauip .111 lilim'tand.      \  "  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION  WILL KOLD MEETING  lllh iust,, to ihu wife of Chiof  Constable IV rt Stephenson of  New " Westniilister     District,    n  a! reason that it was necessary ^> (]aii<������)ilcr  get out  the  Socialists;    but    it  There will be a meeting: oi  the Cumberland Liberal Association at the .law offices of P.  Pi Harrison, Willard Mock,  on    Friday evening   at    7.30.  Business of importance. All  members are requested to attend.   ,���������,, ...  UlKTH��������� -At  Niinnimo, mi (he  Sur.scRirT.oj. Si.oc. a 'Y-kaiiv  K������urnsnm n.\wixM������sja  The f 1 lowing is tlm    ivsull    of  our oivie eh-cn'on on Thiirsdav:  ���������'Kin' Mayor  P'lniham ...170  llmo,,., ; ,{().[  h"Y  Aldermen  iMaeDi'iinld ',  I_eudei>on ,   11 *  \. a rev   '.11.15)  .I'oil  AKS  .W  J CO  ,1-1-4  140  A (I'd  **:ill Ivm   Cook.i   .  ib"('\vu   M.'l\UVll   Miteludl... /   AsiierofL... A. ?. . ., 7-1-  First six elected ,,  l'"or Schiwl TniHtee.  Hrown I7y  Maxwell '.-.    [)o  MEETIKG OF COUNCIL  Wo do not i magi im.. foi* one  moment tiiat' Alex Maxwell 'or  Hugh   Miicholl   are   losin<>"   aiiY  t*J l^> J  sleep-over the fact thai.   ilU:y   nre  ex Aldormeiu    Whv'should'they?  Some people in this lown '1 iii���������,k  that the Conservatives are God's  chosen people. Il'io only a" think.  God hai their measure taken hum'  ������������������go.  ���������4j>-  Mrs.,?, J. ^ior left,   by    Monday'h train for   Victoria,      '    a  M. ?\Iii!ison, M. P. P., arrived  in lown on .Monday, and met l.y  request members of I Iih CU\  Council and School   Hoard to d<..,  _(inss_Uw>_fi 11 su 1 r������_in I i.tu ,LI,.n. J_..,.,',  school.    Mr. 0Manson  jiromi.-ed in  do his best in lliii uiai'ter.  It is 11 ji-to-rho isitizi-ns of Cun'i "  herhiirl 10 iissist the new council  in making good. Jf you jail i���������  your part, don't kick at the end  of 1015. We leol assured thai  tho new mayor and al'derim-ii will  do their part.  -<������������-  The Mayo., AidY. men irt.i  Trustee "h-ei. met in the Ounui'l  Chuiiiliyr on Monday eveniiiL -A  were admiiiinU'red the oath of of'  lice l>v MMgi.iimto Jiieklei rAnx  which ihe Council proceeded te  bun" ness.  The minutes of previous inee.t".'."  ing were.ivri.l jnd-iioofltud.  Aci.'witiits.:  Mlectriv. bioht-Ce .'$55.68   '  1!.' A. Crawford..:  82.-50 ���������;,  l������. 0. Telephone...'...."    :i'r "  ,.J. Stewart   _    lu.Wd  Ci'iino aci. hydrants oto, ��������� 217.1.3  lCh'C.tion act ;  k] ,*Hl  'Iii ceived and   paswi!   nv<-r   t*,, ,������������������  Finance Cnunuittee ��������� ., '  ': 'The"Mayor apprnnted  the   foU .  lowing comniitieci-j  Board of   W(irJ������  Hunks, Gonke, Hrown.,  Boind of  Jleahli  . MacDonahi, -llcederedti.. Banks"*   ,  Finance Con unit tee  Hoiidduvou, M:icDo;nidd# Carey.  Im'i'c  Wnrde.u*  Brown, Banks. ������    ������  IViiice CniiiUsdoiiors recon?imeul    '  yd I'nr  appointmi-ir, Aid. '"(.'ook*   '  nnd    Awh.t   .Sioiin.;    for   Lie.-Mist   ..  Conimicvi'in,-^. Aid     MacDoiif.'!  n id  I'.' i). McLean..  T, Conn wiii..ro-appo.it|.tod nifili.    ?  "i.ui,   nnd   A:   McJ.Vi!,non;' Cjtr    '  BIRTII-At.   Went,    Cnu.hei'-  !l laud, January LSth, to the wife of  Mr, Fniii k Dal by i a son.  seems to tne that their own mem  ber, Mr. Mausou, whom I think  very highly of, is liable lo be the  greatest sufferer when the. hallo's are east at,thc next election  as auy party that is driven to ad  opt such tactics must inevitably  snftei in public estimation.  JOSKI'H SHAW  The following  is  the   result of  the Coui'leiiny civic  election:  MAYO II  o  Weshold hn tlnukful thnt we  p;nt .oven Hiino men 10 undei'lake  lhe mnnii<roinnni of our civic nf-  fnirsfor 1915. Wo irimt thnt th"y  nil will he oniiipiis menliu* when  they gei ihrough with the job.  If "JVin1' j., ,.���������, '���������liiialioijsr,'M,ij  fo;e he yet. throu.'h with ii down  .il Courtenny, we mirKiiir ^t)o>'.������.  Kx Mayor  Campliell   w.-m 11 hu'r  m m in   Ins   iomhiotin}'   of   eivj(.  'I-inops, and a  ucr.l'i'.nifin   ���������t   nl!  'JMie Ai'uh.iilance Class will reorganise for lhe i-enson 011 Monday evening at S o'clock, in one  of ihc'iioms of the- public ruhool,  inder the direction of J),r, Mac"  Kanghtoii. 'JMiuso ' de.-iroiis of  joining the chiss will   he   heart iiv  wulconie  h. W.  .l.iekle   ,\v:is reappointed  Police Mai'ist rate,   -  . " TheC.cri. wiis instructed .to,re,- ���������:  ins 11 iv ciiy   luKldinov,  M,ayf>r find Clerk   were   niitho-.  y'zuA io sign cheques.  Moiid.-iy. .Jan. 25,   was   mime.!! '  as the rcrr.ular nigh,   ol   incUing,  n'icVevery alteinnte   jMondny nfreir    '  1 ' ' -'    ���������  llmt.  Aid. Carey took |||<> .bull by' '  the hortis in nc.liool maftei^, by  Hinving that the gnveriuiient 1*-  notified thnt the .city Mould not  exceed'the seven mi]hi rax for  scliool purpose*!.. .Aid', MacD,,',,,  aid ndvi-ed llmt no hasty netiuv.  in ih" inarlei', but to- wni. -ii 111i([  ���������lhe school estiuiiiti'S were presented. Thi-i;e lioing no t-econder Lc  the. motion   the   uuiitcr diopped.  The preminin for  ihe   reimwnf  nf ciiy clerk's iv^  urdercd   paid,  Miiyo.- Kilpmrii'l-    uf Cmirteu.  iMlpntnc.i i.!.A linn's.    M'enreiK.i ihmu'c ilu'it, wu  Ale  hee  AI.DI'.ILMKN     "  Johnston  |j;i  k'irlavood .���������������������������'.��������� *>"  II iherlsoii  5.S  jiIcKeuzie  57  Cmmptuu , 57  Lcighton  -Id  V   1    lyl'^y I  iVotttjit.... .,.. ,,,, .,...,, -j,i)  tm-l' I I 11 t  . *  1   ,.,.,..,,.,,,  ,     , *|l.  Hodi'U ' , .|',l  Slit I nil  ',];  ��������� ��������� ���������.<..���������   Ald''ri!iiui .Jol.n.iiuii of C'nii.-ii'uA *������  11 y, evidi'htly doc.'-i nnt hidie'.'e in n ' ',  ���������IS em' pay liim  nny  rjcitci' cnimdi.  nient,  Mr. (J.   Thulin.   of   CiunpMI  Itfvor, wns in t��������������� ,,   Tiiwhiy.'ny, ���������' ,    ���������.,,,,,,,   ll]tU,riU(!U    wm'  Mr    Thulin     reporls     beaulilnl j |)IVMM1I) ,������������������, ,,,     ��������� M   ,,  ^���������Mljcmpllnt   vmiv.    We   I...M.|,.XI)l,,������������������l j,, Ilf   ..,,,.,���������,���������.   ,���������;���������/.  no great kick coming   about.   lh,f ���������,<y H|tii.h ,���������,,,���������, ,^iU   .^ .,  wealhoi' doivn ihis way,  "hII;TII--Ai Ciii.ilierhiud, |mi  nary IMth, to   the   wife nf l.an.'e-  Coi'pnrai llobert.   limdihud,   4:hid  Ilighl iiiders, a daughter,  the conducting of   uiimieipiil   nib  fails nl Couili'iiin4  'Cwnnf.il   adjourned..  Troopct Ib'wlett, of the |J. ('.  Ilnv!'������>, '-.nn in inwii ibi* wick. Hi-  Iih'li n eve: v inch a inhli'T.   ���������  l'"iir in mind lin-   I���������uiieKk rinsr  pilid Aii'.iliary In,];  , 1,   i',,,, ���������; ,;,*  'd'    Friday,     h hni'.ry    V.'li.     ii  pn.iiiiH-' lo he a ;;i',iu-|    alfd".  .H..H..!.*:..!..!..:..:..:..;..:..t..:..;..;.i..:....w..   \i-w,Jl.w.i.WtW^^^  I m  ���������    CAMPBELLS '  fyrA  'S.  . <  1 2  I 7  l ,'.  IN*  uSknuk Cabbage Water Sup' !���������  ���������    mm  ''   .   Am  ,1  .1  /ilayni' I'.iriih t ,i  or,  ?lii'll'liy  lllnl.!1 i    .-(i'i,   ���������',  lilli' an c'll    veli'i.iii    n'     l  >.'.���������?. ���������       I 1    '���������;.'.:���������',"'    w     Ih  C-hnriii- m ihe Iw.r  m.i:>   iu    in  A'.." llie jnb,  .1.  led   ui ,'i    ,,*������  1  COM SH.T    & 'UQ G-ESTIOMS  ' Jtfst fi littlo caro   in  selftotinj;  \jr".V7.? pyr-vwl', r-1]!l1'T!������.nlrr> nil t'fcn Yy3-  oroaoo in tho  appearanoo cf your  gowa end ������.&d much  to ymiv efts*-  and coMifort.  C i C  A La Grraoa Cordis.  ^ <  myyYJ.^  CAMPBELLS  ,: *>r*\-;������������������>���������������'.���������:-. A>'l-\<-hH**i*'l'H* *"M-M-H������l������j-W-W-������"i-M-i-J������l-V���������X-J"?������W������H^-;rHr:-:-M-IW������������W'*H THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B.C.  THE TERRORS  OF INDIGESTION  Disappear When the Blood  is Mide Rich, Red  and Pure  AIR  PILOT'S  FEAT  Thrilling Duel Between Biplane and  Artillery  How an intrepid airman braved  death amid the soroamlng shells-of  tho Gorman artillery in order to reconnoitre the position of tho enemy  nt Soissons is described in the vivid  despatch of an American pressman,  quoted in the Daily, Wall. I was t.l  Soissons wli .a the groat army ot Von  Kluck wus driven back on its niuiii  supports by the Allies' loft wing. Hon;  The mistaken idea that laxatives  or drastic purgatives provide a short  cut    to    the  cure  of  indigestion  is  largely responsib.o i'or the prevalence j I was privileged to witness a breath  of dyspepsia and other stomach dis-1 Jess littlo drama, u duel in tho {iir  orders, indigestion calls for more ' between a biplane and Gormnn ui'lli-  than a makeshift. Your stomach neeJs   lory   posted  on u rldgo commanding  tone; lt cannot absorb nourishment  from tho food yon cat. To give new  Ktronglh to your'stomach sootbat it  may perform the work of digestion  without |>;iin or dlutress, you must enrich tho blood. This is the tonic nielli-  od for strengthening weak .itomuclis,  la cases of this klu'd Or. Williams'  Pink .Fills for Pale People nre the  best medicine .known. l.very doso  makes new, rich blood, which not onl.'  strengthons tlin stomach but builds up  every part of the body as woll. Here  is nn Illustration of What this medicine can do:,.Mrs. I. N. Hrown, Dow-  vllle, N.H.. says: 'Tor three years l  was a sufferer from chronic indigestion. L wns hungry all tho time, yot  could take very little food, and what  1 did take was followed by groat distress and' nausea. My sloe, at night  was broken, and I often had profu .0  night sweats. Tho suffocating feeling  which often followed eating would  cause ra.**' heart to palpitate violently.  At times my hands and face would become the. color of clay and 1 would  be completely prostrated. I was  under the care of a good doctor who  finally told me the trouble was incurable and that the most I could  hope for was temporary relief. I  was in these straits whon a friend  advised mo to try Dr, Williams' Pink  Pills. I did so, and used the pills  eteadily for two months when I was  again a well woman, and havo since  had no return of the trouble."  You can get these pills through any  dealer In medicine or by mail at E-J  cents a- box or six boxes , for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,,  Brockville, Ont.  Moving Meals  Sir Ernest Shackleton  related  not  long ago some stories connected with  his last Polar expedition.  "As most people know,"    se  said,  "the penguin is a bird, and penimicin  is a;kind of food. In fact I thought  everybody knew thai, until ono evening when I delivered a lecture on my  expedition and showed some cinema-  ' graph   pictures- of  Antarctic  scenes.  After the lecture the chairman  rose  "   to-offer me the formal thanks of the  committee.  '"We thank you so much, for your  ���������-lectiirer-SiP-Er-nestfJ-lie-said���������kindly.  'And  we  have  greatly  enjoyed    the  .   moving pictures, with, all those dear  Little  pemmleans running  about!"'  the town. The iiinuiiii had as a pass  onger an officer, whose task it was  to locate the exact position of the  enemy's guns.'  "1 was able to follow all.his movements through my Hold glass. As I  watched the aircraft sw'ing and turn  the airman was playing blde-nnd-seek  with death. Shells wore bursting noar  Ulm, but he was always on tho alert.  The 'biplane would suddenly surge al  most directly upward, then describe"'a  giant spiral, then urop far down and  always the movement come in thc  very nick of time to spoil the range  of the Gormaii artillerymen, who wero  serving their guns with remarkable  precision. Shells were , constantly  bursting all about the aeroplane and it  was only by the exercise of all his  skill that the pilot.was able to preserve his machine unscathed. He Hew  far within the German- lines, and discovered that the German artillery was  posted in a rock quarry in what was  practically an impregnable position,  with guns masked and mounted so  that thoy commanded the entire British .and French positions. The camp,  moreover, ,was provisioned for a long  siege."  liy the information supplied by their  airman, continues the correspondent,  the German battery was assailed by  the French guns and compelled to  slacken fire. But before this end was  accomplished much damage liad been  done, chiefly to the town of Soissons,  upon which the flro-of the 1 attery hau  been directed when the Allies' troops  were not the target. ,  "GERMAN ONLY LAUGHED"  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured a  very bad:case of distemper in a'Valu-  able horse by the use of V11NARD'S  LlaNIM-NT.  Youn  truly,  VILANDIE FRERES.  ' it Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia racks the nerves or lumbago  cripples tho back is Abe time to test  the virtues of Dr.- Thomas' Kolectris  Oil. Well rubbed in' it will still the  pain ahd produce a sensation of ease  and rest. There is .nothing like it as  a liniment for its curative properties  are groat. A trial of it will establish  faith in it.  ���������'Inventor Refuses Germany's Offer  The    London  Morning Post prints  'the following despatch from its Home  correspondent:  "The Gorman government has offered a largo sum to Prof. Argen-  tlori, of1 Aqulln, for his pocket sy 1-  teni of radio-telegraphy. The professor-' has practically refused the  offer, preferring to place Is invention at the service of I '.a own gov-  ���������Gi'iimont. Ho has safely carried out  experiments before an Italian ��������� com-  mit-lon, 111)'' n I" /"'"Mnfv bore to  lecture on his Invention. The apparatus Is capable of Intercepting mes-  RtigoR frnm tlio Klffol tower, 730  ���������miles from Aquila."  Young Mnn���������1 havo culled, sir, -,..  roquoHl. tlio hand of your daughter  In mnrrlaco.  Gruinholls���������Tins sho accepted yon?  Young Man.--Vein, sir.  G-rum -oils���������Thnn what do you  want to come around and lioLlior* 1110 j Clarmrmy.  Mew Kriipp Gun!  Tt. appears that Herr von Krupp has  had a new gun'up his sleeve that will  strike terror into the hearts of the Allies, and will end the war at the first'  shot. This gun weighs 27,000,000 tons,  and the muzzle Is so large that the  Kaiser drove his limousine down Uio  barrel. A troop of artillery went  through, and a Zeppelin also flew  down the gun from one end to the  other.  Tt fires a projectile that weighs 23,-  000,000 ton*. On the projectile is a1  clock, and it also carries n timetable.  Tt. will ho, fired from Berlin at 9 a���������m,'  ������nd will destroy the following cities at  the time mentioned:  Time  A.M.  Lv, Fn-in, G0"m������ny   0,00  Ar. London, Phif^and   11.01  "    Paris, Fpmicc.      9.02  ."   Sv'i'iev, AiiRtrn'ii  fl.'iS  "   British pouili Africa ' 9 n.  "   Petrograd, HiiRsia ...,.'  9.0R  "    Antwerp, Belgium   9.0(i  "   Ottnwn, Cani'.'la   9,07  Tho project Uo is so highly trained  thnt ns It mifispf* Oil." we ond dostrnva  the town It nicks up t.he Bank of 15ng.  ln:i(''s $100,000,000 fold reserve rest-  lr.- thore nnd flees In ok to (.nrmnny,  Inndliig II, in Hi" vaults of the Deutcho  nankognzolloHhnft at 0,13 n.m.  A, 0, LTAHSHPinG.  The   foregoing details recnrrtlng tlm  n"w  Krupp g'in urn    conlrmod    hy  Mount  von  lV'i'mitnrl'f,    who    stands  rrvi'iy to con linn inythtng favorable to  ONE TOMMY EQUALS i GERMANS  Outspoken Criticism of the Kalser'b  Troops  "I am firmly convinced that ono  British Tommy Is the equal of tlireo  Germans of the same rank," Such Ss  tho opinion of tho author of "The Gormnn Army From Withjn," which has  just beon published..He describes himself as a "British officer who has  served in it." According to this writer, it ls the greatest of wonders that  llesh and blood will stand such a system as that iiAvogue in the German  lighting machine, lt would bo no  wonder at all if all mankind were resolved to blot it out. The author,  when a lad of twelve, entered tho  cadet college. "I was mot at the  gates of the barracks," he says,, "by  ono of the senior cadets, 1 introduced  myself with as respectful a bow as 1  could accomplish, whereupon, without  any display- of feeling, but rather as  one who does wnat he considers ;o  be his duty, he struck me across the  face with a dog-chain. This was not  because I was English, but because  1 was a newcomer ready to be broken  in." Among the favorite pastimes of  the corporal in charge���������"the most, finished bully I hav, ever met"���������was to  order a recruit to hold three large  German dictionaries under eacliar.n,  then to stand on tiptoe, bond his  knees, and remain for ten or fifteen  minutes in this position. When he fell  he was kicked or thrashed with a foil.  "A British ot-icor" endorses the  view that the German army is living  on a glorious past, and is not_entitlcd  to^ the repute in which it has been  commonly held. It has, as a maltsr  of fact, trained itself stale. "Every  hour of? every day in every year the  men are .doing the same thing, witli  ceaseless concentration, and officers  who have to wait perhaps fifteen years  for a company are worn out long before their, chance comes." lie also  holds the conviction that the military  spirit of the country is slowly but  surely evaporating; today, he says,  the consuming i.assion is all the time  for wealth. . 1  Then- there, is the growing unpopularity of the Kaiser.- On the other  -!iand,-there-is-the-enhanced-r.eputation.  of the Cro.wn Prince, .vho is spoken  of as a German Hotspur. ��������� He is at the  head and front of all Anglopliobes. He  denies to all nations the right to a  I soul. "His personality is wholly tinged with Uyroni^m, dash and ardour.  You should sec him! You" should see  the flush on his cheek, the blood rustling in his skin as he flashes his swo:*d  and goes heart and soul for tlie  greater game! ' Tho idol of the army  and its leaders, at one time it was  thought' he was but their tool, Those  days are past, He is described as essentially a military man about town,  liking the theatres, the restaurants,  and the gay places whore princes really ought not to show themselves. He  is, in fact, the perfect German "soldlor  with all his bad points and also his  wonderful qualities."   ������������������  As regards the Kaiser, while lie is  credited with generous impulses, wo  are.reminded that,he Is strongly influenced by tho men about lilm, and  that, moroovor, ho ban not the gift.  of1 getting lho right men���������the great  quality possessed by'lils grandfather,  tho quality thai ' pulled Prussia  through In 1870. He Is taken in by  "swank" rather than by modest merit, His military genius does not im.  press tho veterans among, his officers,  who have boon honrd to say, "Whui  Gnmiiiny does go to war, we hopo ho  will not lend us,   We want to win,"  Saw Wounded Officer Pinned Under a  Beam  A story illustrating British bravery  on the one hand, and German callousness on the other hand, is told by an  officer of the Lancaster regiment, now  in London hospital. During the fight-  lng,of a fortnight or more ago, the officer' was wounded and removed to ..  hospital, and when he recovered ho  found that in the same building wore  four men of the regiment. Together  lliey determined to rejoin their comrades, who had moved awny with- the  rest of the army, On tho way they  mot a party of Germans, whom thoy.  hoped to capture, but they woro hopelessly outnumbered. The Germans  llred upon them, but failed to register  a hit. and the-gallant five sought refuge in n farmhouse. Hero they were  discovered by the enemy, who blow  up tho building and killed the four  men. 'fho officer wns rendered unconscious by a huge beam fulling upon  blm and pinned hlni to tho ground,  and when ho regained consciousness  he nsked a Gorman officer who was  stntiding near by to have It removed.  Although the officer was- suffering  ngony tho German only lnughod sneer-  Ingly at lilm, nnd placed a soldier ns  sontrv over him. In this��������� position he  remained for throo days without food  or drink, and at the end of thnt time,  tho Germans having left, was' found  by onr own meii, who at once removed  him to���������a hospital,  1  Time and Trial Prove  the unequalled value of .Beecham's Pills E3 the  best corrective of ailments of the digestive organs,  so common���������and the best preventive of lasting and  serious sickness so often resulting from defective or  irregular  action ��������� of   the   stomach,    liver,   or  , bowels.  Beecha  have a {.rent record. For over half n, century they havo been used with  cntiro satisfaction in thousands of homes. A fow doses will prove to  you that you can find prompt relief from tlio hcndnche3, degression of  rpirita ana general no*e:ood foclinga caused by indigestion or biliousness.  Iry them, and you will know what it ia to havo at your command such  An Invaluable Aid to Health  1    .     fcrtpured only by Tliomut Kccchnm, St. Hcleni, Lnnooiblre, England, '  IJolJ everywhere in Cumiih ami U. S. AniL'rioc.   lu boxes, 2S_cMi.  ���������1  -1  The Most Certain Corn-Curtis Putman's Painless Corn and Wart  Extractor which has been used successfully for 30 years, It takes out tlia  pain, cures the Corn, and prevents It  returning.  PLAYING  WITH   CORPSE  Little Ones Thought Dead Mother  Was Only Pretending  One of the most pitiful stories of  German barbarism hitherto told comes  from M. Pascal Sampers, an Antwerp  gentleman, who, after ihe Germans  had evacuated the greater part f  Belgium, went over several of the  places, they so ruthlessly . .pillaged,  "liome of the stories I heard could not  possibly be published," he said. But  the following, though awful, he :-e-  lated In au interview: "When the  houses' of Louvain were set on .fire,  two hunderd of the leading citizens,  who had been taken' as hostages, were  driven at-the point of the bayonet by  German soldiers to walk through the  city and see the work of destruction.  One of them, passed his own house:"-  In front of it lay the dead body of his  wife. She had been shot. ' His two  little children-were playing-round the  body under the Impression that their  mother was only 'pretending.' ' The  poor man uttered a shriek and attempted to get out of the ranks to go  - to-h is--ch ildr enr-wh ereu pon-a-Ger-m an.  soldiers hit him with the butt end of  his rifle, causing a"terrible wound in  the face. The other hostages protested, and the Germans then fired a volley at them with their rifles. Of the  two hundred hostages, no fewer than .  seventy-five were killed or wounded.'A  ��������� ���������  . *    I  ' Miller's    Worm    Powders   are par'  excellence    (he, medicine    for    children   wlio  are  found   suffering  from  the ravages of worms. They irnmed-,  iately alter the stomachic conditions j  under which  the worms subsist and  drive them from the system, and, at  the same time, they are tonlcal    in  their effect upon tho digestive organs,  restoring them to lien 1thful operation  and ensuring immunity from further'  disorders from such a cause.  "(GOODNESS  vJ KNOWS,"  says -the Comfort  Baby's  Grandmother, "what  we'd do without  /^   this Perfection  j    Smokeless >011'  Heater.  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The "Meat"  of Corn  ���������tlie sweet centers of choice  Indinn corn; cooked, sensoned  just right, rolled thin as paper  nntl tousled until they become  golden hrown Hakes ��������� crisp  nnd delicious!  That's why  Post  Toasties  J nre heller thnn ordinary "corn  flakes."  Toasties nre packed in an  inner   container   inside   the  tight-sealed,   familiar, yellow  j carton���������keeps thc food  fresh  and crisp for your appetite-  Superior  Corn Flakes  ���������flold hy Grocers  Conadliin PoBtum Cereal Co., Ltd.,  WintlBor, Ont.  "I hnvo known nhni't. this it"n nil  nlniiR," snid Iho Count, "hut decided l.o  l:nin II, tin lot.. It. wna invnnto. by Herr  Krupp 0110 dny will'" nl'iylr.R 11 game  of tonnls wlili Ilio Kaiser,"  BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF BATTLE  What about your wife and children ? Will they  dress well after you are gone ? Will your children  be educated ?   Have a talk to-day with an agent of  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO,  OFFICES :-,Vy[innipeg,    Edmonton,   Saskatoon,  Vancouver.       Auents Wanted.  HOW  TURPINITE  KILLS  Thing. An Airman 8ec3 When Hovering Ovor Battlefield  Tlio HiMjiio 11 biiUieilold presents to  thu iiiiiiiiui in iloniirlliQil hy llorr Miner,  ono of AiiHtriu'H llnuHt mul most hKII-  ful uvlutoi'H, "Tho llyliu. man booh  0 vory Hi Ihk of war," ho Hays, "Ilo taut  tho unoniy approach Ini. from lho lur  olT, tlm iiui'uhllni. mul nrnmtfliiK ol'  IiIh forcuH, thuu thu Imlllo I tno If, Iiul-  iiiioliiK iiiyKull' In my iioropliuio In lho  nlr I hoo, no to Hpeuli, tlio HiihIi ol  ovory kiiii. I follow tho .lltflu of ovory  Hholl lioiiftiith 1110, Tho ohHorvor In tho  uoropliiiui (IniwH (ind wrltOH, leutiltif.  Willi hull' IiIh body nil of tho miu.hliio,  otliorwlHo lio could nut olmorvo Hiili'lc-  kuilly olonrly, incrodlhlo lho UiIiikh  Unit liuiipou to a mint In war. Klyl.ii.  for UiIh l'tiu.lh of timu mid ho oflon  would hnl'oro luive hoon n dial Iiuh  phyHlcul und mental afl'ort. Now It h  La;A v. malt or of h.h������ "  w.:.. u. 1020  -   Gf  llu  An Appropriate Gift  Sir lluhort von llorliomor, the  woll known urtlHt who died nscentl.-,  iiHod to toll an amu-Hliif. tlury of a  London nrt ilonlor. TIiIh mini hud  U.., h....A7.*iil C(.i:rA.".("l"U". A " <���������  puiiillni. "Tho ApiiroucliluK Morm.''  Ono of lho picturai lio phicod In  tho hIiow window, butill did not mill.  At IfiiiRtli, In or.lor to draw nttun-  tlon to tho picturo, ho put a card on  ft, on which lio printed the w'ordH,  "'Tho Approaelili!'; Hlorni,' oupeeliilly  Hiiitnhlu lor u woddiiu. undent."  A SWOllittll  ItOllVhh Ilitl'l'iltOii llOW A\0.  wuh tiilion for 11 (jornmi) hpj In J'url::,  und not knowing how to proelalm lior  Identity, iuul bui������K niirruimdod by 11  Hhouttiu. mob, hIio folt quito itlurmo.l.  Huddonly 11 lucky nion occurred to lior.  HIio MliKhtly ruined hor nlilrt, (mil,  allowing n dnfnfy IfffJo font, nxelnlmnA,  "Vou look ut UiIh. Do you cull UiIh  Cormnnl" Hho waa nnvoil nnd carrlotl  FEELS LSK  A  As Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound D.Rpelled  Backache, Headaches  and Dizziness.  riqun, Ohio.���������"I. would bn very un-  prutoful if I failed to rIvo Lydia Ii  Plnklium's Vogolu-  Trench   Full  of  Dead  Germans Who  Seemed Alive  Tho terrible effects of lurpinite are  described by Private J.,,1). Thompson, 1  2nd 'Dragoon Guards, how al home,  wounded,  "I was on outpost duty in the Cam-  bra! district when shrapnel was ponv- ���������  ed Into ur 'Vlyhors* ,v is ol ruck, and |  In (.etli.in frt.fi 1 rocji\>d a violent  kick, fricturi'.g my ������uiMo. Not fur  awny a wounded comrade was lying.  Presently Gorman cavalry came up,  just us the wounded man wus trying  to raise, himself up, The Germans  looked at him, and then cut , both  liuiidH off ul the wrist. 1 lay sham-  mln������? death whllo this was koIiij? on,  fui had 1 moved I would h-ive sluiiod  tho man's I'n to. lie boloiiRod to tlio  r.Hsox regiment. 1 lay for twolvo  hours on the Hold, until 1 wuh picked  up and taken on horseback into our  linos, I snw mnny hiirnod farmhouses  nnd othor buildlnKS, At JUons wonuui  nnd chlldron woro mndo to march In  front of the uiemy bo that our troops  could not lire. On one oooiirIoii I os-  eupod donth hy Iho inereKt chance,  f was to accompany forty of our 1110:1  to make a riHionnalsniico, hut, nt lhe  lust minuto wiui Ion behind to look  ruiKiiiim h   VKiruui.    "f,0r  ll,������  I-0���������0*'     T1,C) mw   nnV*'r  n''  h If' . nmi,! tin ,urn(1'*' oovryono IioIuk shot down by  niu umipoiuHi uio nj(-(1(,n 11Wi.oli1tio kuiih. I huw miuiq of  pniinaltilojiervos, ' tI,*0 Qtyt,(,(,H of uu-pinko, lho wonderful  i'or I liavo taken it   French oxpUmlvo, usoil In UiIh war fi.r  .. i.  .mr *  *!.������.,..   i|,0 flrut llmo.   1 huw 11 .trench full of 1  doud UernuitiB killed by It,   Tlioy wnru 1  8 tan ili nn right up In tlio ironolioH look  Ini. as though thoy wore still nllvo,"  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting the Richest prices for WHEAT, OATS,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to 1 FORT WILLIAM  AND  PORTAKTHUR and having  them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS   AND   COMPANY,  THE WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS' AGtNTS.  ADDRESS   701-703   Y.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE, V. INNIPEG.  (Il  The Intelligent Juryman  A lawyer onco askod u ium who  had at various times sat on several  jurlo3: "Who influenced you most,  tho lawyers, tho witnesses, or tno  judgo?" ���������      t ,      ,  lie expected to get some useful und  Interesting Information "rom so experienced a juryman. This was tho  mill's reply;  "I'll tell yer, sir, 'ow I make up my  mind, I'm.a plain num ..nd 11 reason-  in' man, and I ain't lulluonued.by any-  IhliiK the Inwyors say, nor by what tho  wltnosuos say; r.o, nor by what Die  judge tayt. I Just looks nt tho mini  in tiio nook am. 1 says; 'If he uln l  dono nothing, i.hy'n ho lioro?' and )  brings '0111 nil i'i guilty."  triumph lo hor hotol.  at, (iin'orcnt tlmiiu  nnd it nlwnys ro-  llovod mo when  oilier mmlicinos  failed, unci whon I  hear a wornnn complain I nlwnyn roe*  ommendiLLiiBtwIn-  ter I was iittnckoj  with a severo enso of orRimlc wunknoiw.  I had bnckncho, pains in my hips And  over my kiiinuyb, ho'iuiium;, iK^liiias,  Itt-isihiJt.', Ji'id no eru'r-.y, limbn nelied  and I wiui nlwnys tired. I wat hardly  nblo to do my housework. I Imd taken  Lydin E. Pinkliam'8 Veprotablo Compound on ono other occnsionr and It hud  >'")jvrl n-w r,n 1 took It ncnin and it hns  built mo up, until now I fool liko n new  womun. You liavo my liourty consont  to uso my namo nnd testimonial In any  wuy and 1 hopo il will benefit sufferim?  womon."���������Mrs. OliHIA TuitNuH, '131 S.  Wnyno St., I'lijun, Ohio.  Women wbo are RiilT������rlnf. from thoso  (llfltn.'SHinfir ills poeulinr to their bcx  should not douU. tin.* nl>UUy i>f I.ydla 1.,  I'inklirtm's Vi'ffctiiblo Compound to restore their health. . '  lf j'oii wnnt Hnonlal artvlno  wrlto to Lydia K. lMnUhum Modlclno Vo.* (t'oiiliduntiul) Lynn,  Mush. Yonr letter will l������coponn������f,  rend nwi misw������re<l by n woman  aud held ln strict contUkuco������  Mlnnrd'B Liniment Cures Bu"n������, etc.  Almost Too Harsh  A very estimable widow in Philadelphia is tlio mother of a ton who  has given her much trouble by reason of his waywardness.  "i mn afuilil," ii.di a fr'.rnt. ono  dny, in Hponklnp; or thn boy, "that  yoii aro not firm otioiibIi with him"  "On tho contrary," suld tlio mother,  "I sometimes four that I nm much  too harsh."  "Indeed?"  "nh, T dmif menn tn Rny," flic fond  mothor hm-iloned lo explain, "that 1  have really taken any summary notion j but I hnvo tulkod to him a grout  deal."  "And what hnvo you said?"  "Why, I havo snid, 'Hlchard! Mellaril!' and othor Hnvnro thlui;s."  The pond ponsnnt folks of Franco  nnd ndiilum run not dlsRiilse Iheir  fiMoTilsduiiont nt tho UrlUsh snldlenr  love of cleanliness, An old Flemish  dame after watchlm? the men clean-  I11K tholr,tenth erlod "My kooiIi\oh.������,  whnt did tlmy out thnt Ihey hnve lo  scour their mouths In this fashion?"  lie���������Vm not uaritliiK my unit,  Sho���������That's unfortunate, whon you  noed salt so badly.  Corns aro caused by tho pressure  of Unlit bootH, but no ono need bo  troubled wllh thom loni? when so  sliuplo a romedy as Jlollowuy's Corn  Curo Is available  "Tommies" In  German  Handa  llow tho urltlsh prisoners are em-  ployliiR Uiolr timo In tlorniuny diirli.i?  captivity Is told by a reputable (lor-,  nian newspaper, which Rives details .,f  tho camp lit Dooborlt'/., noar   Morlln,  where throe thousand  UrltlHliers aro  Interned,  Tho  mon  aro  endued  in  huildliiK wooden huts iiRiiInst the cold,  weather, In Improvini? roads, and in ���������  woodlni? and dlKRlnR. "UoRlmonts" aro!  kopt toRothor.    Non-enmnil'.iloiied  of-1  floors do not work.   Tho only Hrlt.U:h  ol'l'lcci'8 al Dooborlt/. (pro two doelorH.  Tho samo newspaper admits that, lho  Illlllllllll'iiy   Of   "Tlio   Tlim;;>"   Willi   Ihi)  movement!! of thn Knlpnr and Onrmnn  army corps has Rrently Impressed tho  florman press, which Is completely In  tho dark ns to thcpe matters.  Only Well-Trained Troops to the Front  Lord Kitchener clearly bollovcs that  It is useless and a wasto of mon to  sond untrained troops Into tho firing  lino, Thai ho ls putting; ,tho volunteer  from the motherland through a vory  severe tralnta.? nt home Is told ub  most .authoritatively, if a man Is going to "break," Lord Kitchener holds  that ho hud bettor, break In lOripIand  than in France. Thnt Is Rood, Round,  cpmnion souse. The wny In which  nrltuln Is roIhr to win this war Is���������  not by rnshliiR raw roeruits ovor today  ���������hut by steadily pouring: wolltraln'od  troops Into the arena In tlio form  of ever-fresh reinforcements, and bo  finally bcnriiiR down llm roH I stance of  an onomy which mobilized IiIh wholo  pooplo ut. tho oulHot. It Is tlio case I!  lho North and tho South ovor aRaln In  tho American' Olvll War. Whon the  ,-Jouth lost it man, It could not replnce  lilm; but when lho North lost a mnn,  It, soon had two rondy to tnko his  placo. Tho Clonunns will Rrow ttoad-  Ily weak or, and tho Urltlsh will Rro*  stoiidlly strotiRor, us lho war booh on.  ���������MontroiU Slur.  -  1  .TiidRn���������Yoii nre olmr/.oil with broafc.  Iiir a ehnlr over your wife's head.  Prisonor���������It was nn accident, your  honor.  JudRn���������What! Didn't you inlonil to  1' ��������� hor?  Prisoner���������Yes, but l didn't I: tend to  brsak tho ohnir,���������ltoston Transcript  'T was spouidm; with your fathor  last   lUKiil,      ut:   tioit'i   ai,   b,A,   &v,.,ti-  what liiiinely.  "Oh, wero you?" answered tho  sweet young thing, loworltiR nor  eyes, "13r���������whai. woro you���������or���������  tulkliiR about?"  "About the war In liuropo, Y%our  father said thnt ho hoped tho flRht-  I tic would soon he over."  Tl 0 sweet youiiR tlilnp; HiuIIod.  "Yes," she remarked. "I know  ho's very much opposed to long on-  RiiKuiiumts."  [cw Aoeen id Cln rills loyoa  frar���������li ynu linvts nuy Kidney  or lllsuld'erTroiiblc. After you  see how flood they nre-~ect  the 50c, buo at your dealers.  National Dniri fi/Chemical Co.  wiCiiij.il4, LuuluJ      Tvjioulvj  i  w  "fe'omo people," remarked Morion  MusiiiRton, "look tho name, wlu.thtr  RolnR to a funeral or a woftfAnr "  "Well," replied J. Fuller Gloom, who  Is cordially dotofcted for hia pcahIiu-  Ism, "why shouldn't thoy?"���������Puck. ,0  8  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  I  n^  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  - Cut out cathartics and purg-'alives.- They iro  -Brul&i-hiir.li-unncccMar)-. '1 ry  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  HPurelyvciretahlc. Act'  ifrentlyomlieliver.  ������������������eliminate liilc.imd  soothe thcdeli-  :������nt������membraite  ofihelrawel  ������������������Curt Con  ,*liw"������i,  .P'''Jmi. '  ,������ick Headache and Indigestion, at millions know.  -Small Pill, Small Done, Small Price,  Genuine must bear Signature  ****m*i*i>'*i*vK*mt*w t  MRS. NEWLYWED SAYS--  "I can't 'imagine , how you  manage to be dressed by the  time your husband comes  home on a washday."  Mrs. Wiseneighbor Says-  . "IlUse an Eddy "Globe"  , Washboard arid an Eddy In-  durated Fibreware Tub which  keeps the water warm a long  time."���������No fear'of rust.  BUT BE SURE THEY'RE  8PLENTJID WARRIORS  70,000. of Our Finest Eastern Troops I  at the Front ��������� /  The Indian troops are. at'length ...  the. front, and are now lighting side  by"side,.with the British and French In  France,    In    all there are 70,000 tr.  them,'consisting of two infantry divi  slons and four cavalry brigades,-.wit.i  sappers and transport corps. .Witn  thom come eleven    Indian    Princes,  chosen out of seven hundred who- immediately came forward to offer their  lives, armies, and treasures to their  emperor, , This is the first time .that  the native troops have fought against  lSuropoans, but it is by no means' the  ���������first time that thoy have battled side  by sido-with the,English Tommy Atkins. ��������� They  have  fought  battles of  unparalleled fury, and undergone untold hardships in many    campaigns,  marching and fighting   and cnmpli.i_;  with "our own troops, to whom thoy  aro no strangers,   in tlio Indian Mut-I  iny,' in tho two Afghan wars, in Bur-  mail,  In  Egypt, in  tho  Chitral,. and  dozons  of  frontier  campaigns,  from  ono side of India to tlie other, thoy  have   shown   themselves   capnhlo   of  marvellous endurance and tremendous  energy. ,Becauso It Is hot In India It is  an entire doliision to suppose that our  Indian armies are more nne-weiitho.'  fighters.   The   rigors of a. European  winter are nothing to * what    these  troops have experienced in tinios past,  lighting on the northern frontiers of  the Indian empire, on the roof of the  world.   Passing from tho heat of tho  plains they have climbed up Into the  mountains ��������� Thoy know what rain ������s,  such as is never seen in Europe, Tlity  have fought and stormed fortresses xl  11,000 feet above sea-level, and camped with the thermometer at 20 degrees  bolow freezing roirit, the rivers frozen; and snow covering    tho   ground.  Among the" most famous native regi  ments are the Gurkhas, short, slight,  wiry men of tremendous strength, capable of amazing endurance. The, Bengal Lancers are other famous lighters,  men of splendid physique, and magnificent horsemen,' highly disciplined,  and knowing no fear. ' It is of these  men that Lord Curzon has said that  he      hopes   to   see   them   r arching  through the streets of Berlin.  CONSUMPTION TAKES  HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE  Hundreds of people succumb to consumption every day, .  Science proves that the perms only  thrive when the-system is weakened from  colds or sickness, overwork, confining  duties or when general weakness exists.  The'best physicians point out that  during changing seasons the blood should  be made rich* and pure and active by taking Scott's Emulsion after meals, The cod  liver oil in Scott's Emulsion warms the  body by enriching the blood; it peculiarly-'  strengthens the lungs and throat, while ft  upbuilds the resistive forces of the body  to avoid colds and prevent consumption.  If you work indoors, tire easily, feel  languid or nervous, Scott's Emulsion is the  moMtstreiigthciiiiigfdod-mediciiie knowu.  It is totally free from stupefying ftruaa  Avoid substitutes. -  '   ���������     " *.  14S2      Scott & liowtic, Toronto, Ontario.  No Asthma Remedy Like It. <>Dr. J.  D��������� Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is distinctly different from other so-called  remedies. Were ���������this not so' it would  not. have continued- its great work of  relief until known from ocean to ocean  for its wonderful value. Kellogg's, the  foremost arid; best of all asthma remedies, stand's upon a reputation founded  in the hearts of thousands who have  known its'.benefit.  Children Teething  BABY IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING  PERIOD.   THANKS TO       /,  JMRS.  WINSLOW'S  Soothing Syrup  PURELY VEGETABLE���������NOT NARCOTIO  REE TO ALL SUFFERERS  llyoulcisl Dlll'of gOiOH 'UUN DOWN' 'liu I' till' III.UI.K'  fiUl'l'KU fl-OIII KIIINKV. III.ADI1K.K, NKRVOt'S DIRKAS.fi,  CIIKONICWKAKNKSH.I'I.CI'KS^KINKKUPIIOKSil'II.Kfi,  ' writo for FK6K ci.i.th 11 und mkiiicai. iimok on  titan illtnnsRH an.l wosnHUKUt. ciikks t'lTcctril liy  THUN2WFRKNOH REMEDY. iM������INo2mI������3  THERAPION^W.i'ii  tne romeiily for vour own allmont, Ahwlutaly PR6 ������  No 'follow mi clrculm-N. Nonlill'i.iilonii. On. LkQ.KkC  Mr.DCo,IUvi;nsrui:KKi>,IUMi's.n:,M> I.oniimn.iCno  WH WANT   10 1-IIOVU   I HliRAl'lUN WILL CUKIt  Y*U.  PATENTS  Feiitherstonhaiigli & Co,, head officii,  'King stroot east, Toronto, Canada.  .1     N  ���������,,    Japan Not '    Limit Activities  Answering official Intimations tlu.t  .Japan's sol/.uro of Gorman islands in  ill .i PiiciHc wont beyond tho program  ���������originally announced by the Mikado's  (government, the foreign mlnistor, Al.  Kato, has Issued an interviow denying  Japan ovor promised tu limit her activities In Die prosonl' war to Kliui-Cli .11  .-nnd lo Chlnoso and .JnpnuoBo waloi'H.  Uo mild ,1 npan intonded lo attack  "tho flornian11'orcos whorovor If, should  Ibo necessary to protect tho shipping'  ���������of ,111 ium and the Allies, Jnpiin will  .liold Jnlult, on tho Mnrshnll Islands,  until the war ends, ho mild.  One 'of tho commonest complaints  ���������of Infants Is worms, and tho most of<  foctivo application for tliem Is Mothor  <}ravoB' Iflxtormlnntor.  DOOM  OF A SPY  ���������'.'  ���������       Imperial  Highway  When, the C.P.R.'was in the building it was.said 'that it would be a  great imperial highway, over which  the British government could convey  troops��������� to India.- That was one of the  arguments in its'favor;'but"lho.com-  ,m.G_iicjal_oii_e_was_pr.obably_tlie_s trough  est, -At Uie same time, the company  has played an important part in connection, with the present struggle-  proving that the phrase "an Imperial  dighway" was not used in vain. Canada responded to tlio need of the Empire; but so distant was sho from the  heart of the latter that the difficulty  of instant help was great, The C.P.R.  had fortunately- mado. a track from  ocean to"ocean; the system was ablo  to place 111,000 miles of track at the  disposition of tho federal government,  i'his brought St. John and Halifax  close to the prairies of ,the west, and  made a journey greater than that be-  tween Liverpool and Quebec a matter  of hours. Uy this means, by the rapid  transformation of ordinary cars into  commissary curs., and by tho use  whicli the government was able to  make- of tho CP.R. lleot, the system  was able to render, at the moment,  :i most effectual service not only for  Canada but tho ompiro.  The bouts woro requisitioned by lhe  government and transformed ��������� into  auxiliary cruisers, which nro now  sailing tho ocoan seeking for vos'sols  carrying tho Gorman flag, Then, too,  .the CP.R. took an Imperial stand  .av 1 Ui regard to tho Canadian Patriotic  'Fund,  The company Itsolf gave $100,000,  while the employees contributed a  day's pay, which amounted to $ld0,000  moro. Moroovor, tho officers, in tho.r  individual capacities, mado handsomo  contributions.  The arrangements mado by the C.  PAL for tho handling nnd cnrlng for  tlio troops woro all carried out without tho slightest dlsnrraugomont of  tho timo tables. The public, .were in  no wny Inconvonlonccd; but 11 gronl  sorvlco wns rondered In n great crisis  by a pystein' which has boon callod  Iho litrgPRt transportation compnny-in  tho world.  How's This ?  Mudgo���������You shouldn't say ho's n  <sonllrmoiJ' bacholor unless you know,  Murjorlo���������Hut I do; I confirmed  111 in,  W������ offor Ono Hundred Dollar* n*>  ward for any crso of Catarrh that  cniinot bo curod by Hall's Catarrh  Otiro.  . r, j, crrnjNUY * 00, t������mo. 0  We, the iindi'iHliuiod, Imve known V, 3,  Clu>n������y for tlio Inm IB yearn, nnd h*l|ovt  III in nmfcolly bDtifiittbln In all biiiilnom  ti-nnmollmiH nnd flnnnolitlly nl>l������ tn carry  out nny nlilluntliiiifl minio by bin linn,  NATIONAL HANK OI' COMMIWCH,  Toll-do, O.  Hull's Cntnrrh Cur* 11 uiion lnl������nul>  ly, notlnn directly upon Ibe blood nnd mu������  nf  llie eyNtem.  Ti'sllmnn*  BRITISH SOLDIERS' STORIES  Graphic Story of Night Attack of Vcn  dusk's Men  ,.01d Von o'clock���������that's what wo  call Von Kluck, partly because of his  namo and parti; becauso his troops  nearly ulwuys attack us at that time  of the night���������was at his tricks again  the night I got nit, just over a week  ago, says a non-commissioned officer  of the Devonshire regiment. . 1 was on  outpost duty, and was questioning lhe  seiury in trout, when something suspicious made him challenge sharply.  In good English he got' the reply,  "Friend," and'just as he had rapped  out "Advance" he dropped at my feot  with a dozen bayonet thrusts.  Li sprang back, making enough row  to alarm our chaps, and, soon our pickets fell back all along the line befo:*e  the oncoming enemy. A.big party of  Germans, .horse ;.nd foot, were after  our scouts, who were racing like mad  to get to headquarters with the news  of the enemy's onslaught, and the only  way to stop tlie rush and give our  chaps a chance of getting away was .0  throw ourselves into the narrow road  along which the Germans had to advance.  There were not more than 400 of us,  English and French,-but we had a  good position, because the road wa3  bounded "on each side by two highways, and the only.:.free passage into  the fields was, through, a, farmhouse.  Here we made our stand. The Germans came !on in' force; and we lay  across the road around tlievtariu until  they had got so close that \ve*eoulan 1  help hitting them,* when we let fly at  them with a will. ., -  "' They, staggered back. Then 'they  came on again, and. we gava tnem the  "mixture as before, as the, doctorr tell  the nurses. -��������� -.    '  They took it bettqr this tine, and  didn't stop at all. We just managed  to. give them-another good volley  Tight_in-t'.rj''-frontrwl'd~it~tore'"t!iTourlr  their ranks like a double-handed saw  going through-'a tree trunk. The front  rank went down like Aunt Sallys, and  before we could fire-again the whole  mob behind were right on top. of us  with, bayonets and clubbed Titles and  swords ��������� and lances, Nothing ' could  stop them, they were so wild, and soon  they "were hopelessly mixed up with  us," slashing,., cutting, thrusting, kicking, hacking and swearing for all they  were'worth,  They struck at anything in human  form' that showed itself or took their  fancy, and ns often as not they gave  it'to their own chaps. They saw red  and wanted blood, so I suppose it  didn't matter where they got it, so  long as they, got it,  Anyhow, we got them clear in tho  end. Next time they came with artillery, and opened on the farmhouse  where the ��������� Frenchmen wore posted.  Soon they had it ablaze,- and 'the  sparks and burning timbor began to  fall on to us. The wholo place got  too hot for tho chaps Inside as well, so  we had to make u dash for camp, but  .that didn't matter now, because our  mon wero coming out to meet the Germans, and we wore safe.  They came closo at our heels, and  aftor a daisy of a fight were thrown  back alPalong tho lino, whllo a count-  or-attaclc of ours succoedeilln driving  thom back out of somo of their  trenches. That's the sort of thing thnt  goes on out thero ovory day of lho  soldier's Ufo, Tho Germans got moro  than their shnro of tho lickings that  nro going, nnd tlioy must ho fod up by  now.���������Aberdeen Gnzotto.  HIGHLANDER'S   FUNERAL  jullty German Plumber Meets Grim  *    Fate  Grim incidents may be witnessed  iaily iii many, quiet French villages  .vhere the Hat has gone forth, "Death  .0 the spy!" Such an incident is described by Mr. G. Ward Price, the  Jaily Mail specials correspondent in  .'aria. "We arrived at a placo in the  ifteriioon," he writes. . "There had  been an execution at eight tliat morning. Two were announced for the following, morning. We wont -to  seo 'the traces of the Ilrst, and we  resigned ourselves as'a matter of-journalistic duty to see the second. I hardly think tho prisoner hlmsolf can  havo been more relieved ' than we  when, aftor waiting for an liour among  an impatient crowd of townspeople in  tho open market place by the side of  the River Oiso, ws hoard that the  execution was off for that duy at any  rate. Hut there woro plenty of people  to supply us with grim details of tho  shooting of tho dny before, and wo  wero taken down to the troo to which  the spy had beon tied, to sec the tun  bullets that had pierced his body and  burlo'd tlicuisolvos ln the tree behind.  "It was a German who, three years  ago, sottled' in the place and had bo-  como a naturalized Frenchman that  had diod less than a dozen hours beforo on the spot ./here we were standing. Never popular, .wo wero told,  among his neighbors, but of course no  one" would dure now to express any  retrospective esteem of ' hlni, What  had he dono? Oh, looted -while the  German troops .were there, and he had  been spying, too. The court martial  had been secret, "of course, but thore  is no one in the town to question tlie  justice of the verdict. The execution  had been announced overnight, and  by seven o'clock the townspeople, always early risers, had almost filled  the great space of ^beaten earth along  the riverside, 300 yards long and 100  yards wide, where the fairs and the  markets are held. It is- a pleasaut  little place, for the Oise divides jiist  'here to encircle the little Island in  the middle, on whicli the ruined walls  of,an old,castle stand.  "Suddenly down the street from the  station comes a motor, car. In it sits  a middle-aged man, handcuffed between two gendarmes, with their carbines on their knees. Another gendarme is on the driver's seat. It comes  slowly, for it is escorted by more police on horseback, and after it, marching from the station, comes half ^a  company of infantry . in their red  trousers and blue great coats. And  then from the crowd"on the riverside  there rises a deep guttural noise that  swells from a low rumble to an angry  roar���������'A mortl' There is-no cry ..i  English that renders exactly the sombre, savagery of that French, exclamation. The -infantry march, into the  crowd, cleaving a. way. They form' a  square round the row of elms wliich,  suddenly, in this setting, take on a  new and grim prominence like a scaf-  fold._^TJie'_man_w.iUiAthe._haiulci.i2i(iA  wrists, . walking awkwardly with his  motionless arms,, is,led by'the gendarmes to the tree. His face is expressionless, 'You would have said'  as someone who was there described  if, 'that lie was dead already.' Then  an official must read a document, t  is the decree of execution. And after  that the unresisting figure,1 is bound  with cords to the old elm, for if he  moved the bullets might miss him.  There is a bandage on his oyes now,  ancl, the crowd, awestruck into silence, looks at nothing but a rigid  body supported by tho cords with a  white mask above it." ������  Picture the last, grim scene. Twelve  men, with measured tread, puce forth,  halt, and ground arms eight yards  from the doomed man. A sluup, stern  command,'and twelve rifles come into  an unwavering lino, The muzzles cover tho tree; the lieutenant raises ;iis  sword. A blast of rifle-flro���������and a  lifelbss body collapses in its bonds  against, tho tree, Tho German plumber has paid the prlco of IiIh treason,  Thero on tne peaceful riverside where  he used to spend many a pleasant  summer evening, he camo at last to  uie.  Touching Scene Near Paris Wrier.  Scotchman Was Burled With  Military Honors  . I..wont out to oue of tho British  bases, says tho Paris correspondent 01  the Morning Post, where I witnesseu  the ilrst military funeral 1 had seen in  France,  A Highlander had died in one of (he  hospital trains coming from the front.  1 could not iearn his reginiont, but a  piper of the London Scottish, playing  a Highland coronach,' followed the artillery caisson which carried the cof  ilu.  The scene was most Impressive,  simple us tlie ceremony was, and n  deeply ���������-. affected tho French people,  who joined In tho cortege in numbers.  .astily wraiths wore found, and thy  dead Highlander lies buried ' in tho  pretty cemetery of tho little town witli  overy tokon of respectful farowoll.  This touching ceremony,at,once put  1110 In touch with the London Scottish;  whom 1 found snugly quartered in  big roomy sheds in,tlie goods station.  A cheery iot nro tho London Scottlsn,  They nro a subject of wonder to tho  surrounding French folk, among whom  I found quaint endeavors to truce differences in .character between (be  Scots ,nnd the French, because thoy  cannot got over the question1 of the  "petit, jupon," whilo,-* . moreover, all  French schoolboys nro tnught in their  history the connection , between the  Scots und the French.  In practice thoy find no such difference, because the neighboring A.S.'J,  mon aro highly popular, They give  biscuits, imposing but hard, to the  French children, to tho huge joy, of the  mothers,'' who never saw such things,  and who endeavor to preserve them as  souvenirs, defending them against the  active teeth' of their offspring,���������Aberdeen Gazette.  Found a Friend,  in Dr. Ghase  GILLETT'S LYE  E^S DIRT  V-"  v.  **,u������i tum 9p|HiH(i.ru.. cxctiott in* " l"B  P0WD������*D  feLUTTCOMPANYUg;  "^![L   TORONTO ONT.    ho^*>  British Columbia Sanitary Inspection  That Camilla's'' western province is  keeping to the foro In the matter of  sanitary measures Is evidenced by, tha  fact tlint tbo provincial Health' department has despatched Inspectors to th������  new settlements, mining, logging and  coiisruction camps, where there Is a,  lack of sanitary conveniences. Too of- ['  ton very littlo care Is, given to cleanliness and health precautions in these  temporary  establishments,  and  it  '.* "  with a view to a thorough investigation of their condition-that tho present inspection is boing made. Reoprt* o  so far received show very satisfactory  results of lho government's watchfulness.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  CRUCIFIED  ON   A   DOOR  The Now Mnid���������In my lnst, place  I always took things fairly oasy."1  Cook���������Woll, It's different horo. They  koop ovorytlilng locked up,  THINK HARD  It Pays to Think About Food.  "Now, Tommy,' snid tho  "when wntor Is trnnHforniorl  vhnt groat cliiingo takes place?"  "Tlio    olinngo    In  prlco,*    ropliod  Tommy,  cmiii nurfiienii  lain nent fine. Price, 76 oenti per bottle,  ^old by till DusirlMi,  Take Ilall't Family Pill, for ounitlpa*  tencbor, I "on.  into uo , ������������������ ���������   W, N. U. tOW  Worry, wlion you como to analy/o It,  Is not a fioclal vice, Wo worry chiefly 1  ovor thoso things which concern tho  "mo" Qhn������' mo thnt ������'lv.it lmper.ib  wlll loavo my bank account Intact, my I  liouitli uniiiipiiiriHl, my irioiutB,. and 1  family out, and any further tormenting  Hollcltudo that I may fool Is frankly  ncndomlc. I may still tako thought  and uso provontlvo moasuroH, but 1  coiiHO as if by magic to worry ovtir  me omnium, un 1110 contrary, 1 can  nov/ work for Iho accomplishment of  my object bottor tliun ovor boforo, for  moBt worry In not only an nrch form  of Bolllslmofls, but lt Is tlio grout In.  hlbltor of action, Wo say "1 am wor-  rlod;"'womoan "I fear tor mysolf,"-���������  Mlllott Park FrnHt In A linn Mr.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural-  Ola.  Just From Paris  Iflaacatoln���������-Ah, yon, mndiim, horo in  von of our Intent Paris creations.  Mrs. CaltersoL���������Paris?   What  those perforations?  "Tuoufe are bullet holes."���������Llie.  . Tlio unthinking lifo somo pooplo  lead often causes trouble nnd sickness, illiiHtriilud in tho oxporlonco of  this lady.  "About four yoars ago I niiffored  dreadfully from Indlgostlon, always  having oaten whntovor 1 llkod, not  thinking of the dlgestlhlo qualltlon,  This Indigestion unused palpltnllon of  tho hoart. so badly I could scnrcoly  walk up 11 lllglit of stairs without  stopping to regain breath and  Htrongtli.  "I became alarmed and tried dieting,  worn my clothes very loose, nnd used  other remedies, but found no relief.  "Honrlng of tho virtues of Grnpo-  Nuts and Postum, I commanded iiBlti*-  thorn In plnco of my unual breakfast  of coffoo, cakoH or hot biscuit, and In  ono week's timo 1 was rollevod of  Bour Btomncli and other liln nttnndlnor  IndiguHiion, in a month's timo my  bear I wuis n-rSorinlnt; lis fiuuAbiun  naturally and I could climb idalm und  hills and walk long dlHlaticcB,  "I gained ten poundH In this short  timo, and my skin becamo clear and  I completely regnlnoil my henlth and  r.JH.���������^.ll. T .... 1 .-.  ..... ,...,,..... k     U..i.������,u������     i\J     tlM"     \������������������\|A  Nuts and PoHtum for I fool tlint I  ow<ji my good health ontlrol/ to their  HBO.  "I llko the (IrIIHoiih flavor of (.rape.  Nuts nnd by making Postum ncrord-  Ing to diroctlmiH, It lastofl xlinlliir lo  mild high grade coffoo." Name -Ivon  by Caumllun Postum Co., Windsor,  Ont.  Tho mont perr^t food In the world  Trial of Grape-Nuts nml rrrarn Id  dnyn proves.   "Thorn's n rnnBon."  Look In pkgB. for littlo book, "Thc  Rond to Wellvlllc."  Ever rend the above letter? A new  aro one appears from lime to time. They  are genuine, true, and full of human  Interest  Enlarge the Wheat Output  Under normal conditions Canada  has about 10,0000,000 acres undor  wheat cultivation. The Dominion department of agriculture Ib urging  Canadian farmers to lncrense vory  largely their wheat acreage this fall  and noxt, spring, for oven IC the war  Is ovor by lho time tho noxt crop is  hnrvostod, the stoppngo of production  in lSuropo caused through tho war,  will mnko, wheat high prlcod n.������xt  year, Uussln alone producos about  000,000,000 bushels of whoat, and If  eight or ten million mon arc put Into  the field against Ocrmany over winter  thoro Is llkoly to ho 11 shortage In tho  Russian production alone of ns much  :is Canada producos nltogollior,���������  .Mall and Umpire, ,.,  The Literature of the Fjrm  In l.ho current Issua "Hoard's Dairy-  11.an" draws intention, to tho grout  strides that invo bomi laluui In ro-;  cent yearn towarus raising tlio odiicu. i  tional Hiatus of tho farmer, Tho writer Hiiys: "Ono of lho most notable of  tho many advanced which tlio genius  of the world has made In tlu>HO mo.1-  oi*n times Is the extent and aiiallty of  iigrlciiluiral literature, Upon no ono  rubjnet Iiuh there been such a concentration of human Intollect and ro-  sonrcli uh Is lif:rc shown In the laat  cjimrtor of a century. Il Is astonishing  Unit tho old farm, overlooked ami despised Romewlint by the rage for p ofen-  slonal distinction, Hhould tIiiih <vol<o  tho lorvlci'B of tlio best intellects uf  111.") day and ngft.  Tlio growth of agricultural Journal.  !-'*'-, lho w'tiiiAu-ful i.u'ii{iu:.Ait ni ami-  cultural chemistry nnd ph.vHli-al  Hclonco, the advance of our agricultural colleges uud schools, and lustiy tuo  taking up of agriculture hIikIUmi iu tlia  public school:' ru thn land- -nil Ukmo  I,   . ,. 1 ,        r    i    > 1  ...~A .  ... .... ..    A������     .,\.���������...S.. , ...    ..������h|l>... H..    IY,...  the pari of all '.ho people toward* a  better tindors'anding of wlmt tho  farm menus to the welfare of tbo  niii'iSPH. All this Iiiih called for an ex-  proHslon of thought nnd Htuil'* in inform of a groil literature which Is  t-roduclng a powerful Inlliii'iici* upo 1  Un-. ii,iiiil.-> nf all tb>! pimple mid ot the  rarm population In particular."  "My farewell n\ pennince wns an oc-  (ihfdon of llu greatest   cntliiiRiasni  Hiilft oik: prima donna.  "Vps." replied the other. "Isn't It rn-  marknble that s.icb a largo number  of people hlumlft have tevuieft to de-  llfthtoA In honr yon fnr the lnst firm)."  ���������ExcUango.  His Medicines Proven Effective, and  Always Kept at Hand In This Home.'  Mrs, Chas. Lovell, Agasslz, B, C  writes:���������"I feel it my duty to tell.you  what a great friend Dr. Chase's medicines liave,.been to myself and family.  I cannot praise his medicines too highly, and Dr. Chase's name is a household word, in our home. Well, quite  a number of years ago 1 sent to you  for a sample box of Dr..Chase's Olnt-,  ment for protruding piles, and, having  used the sample and found relief, 1  sent to a neighboring town for four  boxes, and. I am completely cured.  "I have also used Dr. Chase's, Kidney-Liver Pills for constipation, and,  after using them, I "am completely  cured of this dreadful, disease. ,1 am  the mother of ten children, of.whom  nine are living, and when seven of my  children' were all very bad with  .w.hooping4coiiglvcaughUii_-the-mid(l!e-  of a severe winter, I used Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine, and  they were all cured- before the winter  was over, and now we are never without Dr. Chase's medicines in' our  home, I, recommend them to all."   ���������  The B'Jlo' of Potsdam  Mr. Percy Illingwortli, M.P., speaking at a recruiting demonstration ,t  Saltairo said there had never been .'  more cynical or hellish conception  than Germany's idea of a military despotism. The cabinet,, the house of  commons, and every British.subject  were completely at one that our action  II was a righteous,one The blasphemous  bully of Potsdam would bo taught a  lesson, and culture, as understood In  Berlin, would disnppear from the uie  tionary, YorlCRhiremen would, assist  the nation and the empiro In,going forward undaunted and dismayed until  victory was complete and final was obtained, ' 1 "  Pllla for Nervous Troubles.���������Tho  stomach Is the centro of the nervous  system, arid when tho stomach suspends honlthy action the result Is  manifest In disturbances of the nerves. If allowed to perBlst, nervous  debility, a dnngcrous ailment, may  ensue. The first consideration Is to  restore the stomach to proper action,  and there is no readier romedy for  this tliun Pnniioloe's Vegetable Pills.  Thousands cnn ntteit the virtue of  tlioso pills curing nervous disorders.  War and the Eugenlst  Tho economist, lho political Idealist, thn moral cnthUHiust���������-lenders In  all brunches of thought, wlll rega.'d  the prosent war with "doubt and iuIh-  giving, nut none will deplore It so  deeply ns tho ougonist. Tho mini with  vmloim of race improvement, the bu-  Hover In tho hereditary transmission  of physical cliarnetorliitics, mint behold thu destruction of the strong and  hardy, the prcHu.viitioii of the wonk  and Inllrni l|o |h convinced that tho  physical Improvement of tho peoples  of l.uropo will, iih 11 rosult of the conflict, rooolvo n century's HOtbnck, Mis  fours lire well grounded;" IiIh fiilt.i  Iiiih tlio jiinl!l|f.at!oii of history. Napol-  ooii'h fatal getiliiH clouded nil Kur.  oiio with tho gloom or war, wrecki.,1  coiniiKircu and Industry, enmhed political frmidnm. Hut worst of ull, uud  most liiHtlng, wuh the blow to tuo  manhood of Franco. Thut wiih rnpiir-  able only through tho courso of cum  turloH,  The devastation of humanity Ih Htlll  tho most terrible exaction of wnrfaro.  ProgniRH in civilization, in political,  economic and pewim! freedom Ih  dourly bought, If it be attained only ut  Lho prlco of physical deterioration. -  Conservation of Life.  Germans'. Appalling Outrages on Defenceless Peasants  Private J, Veilowley, Northumberland Fusiliers, wounded at La Fere, is  now at his home at Seaton Deh.val,  Durham. He declare, that everything  he*has read.in the papers about German atrocities is quite true. "In one  place, when we were retiring from .  Mons,, I saw children wlio had had  arms and legs cut off by the Germans. While passing a liouse I.heard L  moans as of someone in distress. With  others of the company I went in, and  we found an old man lying dead across  the fireplace. This was notnlrg compared to what met our gaze a moment  later, 'when we came upon a womMi  nailed to a door. Her arms were outstretched, and through each, wrist a  nail had been driven. The ' woman  was alive, though '���������unconscious. We  were mot ��������� ble to do anything for'her,  until one of our surgeon officers arrived, when we ookher down undjr  his directions. This wonian, I believe,  is still alive; at least, she went on  board a boat whicli took a, number of  Tefugees~to~M"a"n"ch"ester;"t ~     -  ������  BABY CRIED  CONSTANTLY  Mrs. Simon Aumont,'Mushka.Ont..  says: "My baby was ill and cried continually till-I began giving hor Baby's  Own Tablets. They worked a marvellous chunge in her and she became happy; gained in weight and ail  signs of sickness left her.. The tablets' are the very best medicine I  know ��������� of,for little ones." Baby's  Own Tablets cure all tho minor illj  of little onos such as colic, colds, constipation and indigestion, eic. Tlicy  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr,  Williams' Medicino ' Co.t Brockville, Ont,  Not Worth Keeping  'A young fellow culled on a dealer  In dogB one day, nnd said: "I'm look-  in' in for a certain kind of dog, but I  don't know tho name of It,"  "Can you doscrlbo It?" asked the  dealer. "1 have nearly all kinds for  sale."  "Well,"    said    tho      young    man  thoughtfully, "1 want a dog about ������-,o  high and bo long"���������designating    tho  h1*/,o.    "It's 11 kind of greyhonn', an'  i yot It nln't n greyhoun', either,  bo-  , causo his tall Is sliorter than any of  j the groyhoiin's, an' his noso Ih shorter, an' ho nln't no slim    rouii"    tho  body,    P.ut Htlll he's n kind of greyhoun'.   Do you keep nny such dogs?"  "No.   I do:*, c," replied the dog man.  "I drown '0111." ,    1,  Mlnnrd's  Liniment for unte  everywhere.  Spread Over Hoad nnd Neck, Caused  Disfigurement, Burning and Itching, Could Not Get Any olcop, Cuticura Sonp and Ointment Healed,  1 lllbcrnh Avo,, Wist Toronto, Ont,���������  " I'lrsl. wo mil Iml 11 rimb on our clilltl'M f.tcn,  whli'li noon lie/an to iipri'.'ul nil over bit  hwul and tlit'ii around Ills  iif-k.l I Oi(iti,;ht It was  W \ miliig all ovit lil.< In. ly.   II  *& 7.Z \1  WiW '" r(,tl htitrlm nn bli  u t    Jj fuci', Him |<lii]|ili-ii boKiiii let  />   / ��������� ���������*"1'"1 w,|li'li broltit und nmti.  let' wus riinnliiif fnjiii tlioitv  '-m     ll'f  V  "1 liaxio, KU10I," said a fond mother to l.er little daughter who had returned from a ten to which nho bud  hftim Invited, "I bonn tlmt von ro.  iiK'Hibcri'd what ] told you nml did  not iihIi twice for cake, did you?"  "No, ma'am," . Milled tho cnl'd,  "That wiih right-yon waited until  you hml boon askml,"  "No, ina'iiiii;  I hdpiul mysolf,"  "A ureal ft onl nf whnt wn vill  pleasure Ih largely imaginary," mild  Uio rendy-mndo philoRoplinr.  ' I mi'ii,t,Kf. ho.' r.'iiilcil iho |11fin  who was working on liln automobile.  "Now, wouldn't you like to bt? able  to tttlic a long rido without. Itavli.g  to worry about weed llmltn. or  nprirkplugH 'or tires or anything at  all?"  "r ttltouM r.ay bo!"  "Well, bere'j a tttreet car ticket"  fitci< nnd head wm a  .,-......  ..,..-.  li  Cfiiiiswl 11 very hml rll^flifiirrmiMH, nlio Intrn-  litK itnd lu-liiiin. Tim cl,il,| <-mili| not koI  any hlucp. [ tied wivcral l.ltiiU of olnt-  mi'iiis and imwiIt. Imt ������it!i n<> ������ur<v������_ tor  tilmiit two months Tl.e null in-intnl lo ([.������  worn.    Mltlii bllHtnrs  \.oi,M  form  Umn  liltrit nnd a lot of lU'dinr.-n wnnlil rut-ita  out,  "Wo trlf-d Ointment ������n<t ������������������.  but lo nn Rood eiTivt. After tlin child Imd  lic������in sulTiirliiK nlinui twn inntuhn ������o wnr������  ni'oiiinii'iidi'il to try tlm cutlnira Moup and  Ointment. After a f>n ntipllcittlnnn It nave  rclirf and tlio child lity,in to wl tmmo nlwp.  In nhiinf. At. u."!������ r'lU.'ura. Uttap and  Olnuiw-nt cimii'li-tf'ly h������*at������t| tlio troubl*  nnd not a wnr It liTt." (Sltrnul) Mnn. Writ.  Tucker, _*<���������!>. ]'.������, 1011,  Samples Free by Moll  A *lnirlii rutin of Citilritra H������wp and Ixw of  Cuticura ointment nw ntton mifneUml  *������h*n til <-!������������ hu WW. Md tlirou������ti<wi|  tho world. Samplo of tarh rnallM frau,  with ,12-p. Kkln llooW. AddrMM poit~cu4  "Cuticura. UtoU J3, Itottoa, V. B. A." *^*^ifiS&3Atf������IS  :%Ss^������^^f"  , ���������*. - jfcSuj WsK-*'a������r'i'.)_sy?__ir,i>  kita*-w^������ya������e������CT^^^i*������^!^U*-.^  *'���������*!#>; I^VV'S*; #'W^*J^  'j_"VW'^k  ���������"5"1*  IMJO'iM'Htiil,   *' >V/ijVti.l  ������ ***, " 1  A*.       . *  P--A'^N,f     Cf,'  :���������'<,,; ^ :r^������  ,;^r is fitoost here  ������tm ������i.Jti*i  tjo'ij.'sviVt v '>.-.  ,.1..  i'or '<������������������;i-l  r.ui. ���������"  "SAA-  A '���������'���������   ���������  A;*;-:-" iu  - 0,./v'., nvAX/OQD HEATEBS  At yy-o ICAUH ���������  Ah'i     whi to   blankets  and  iii !".i:v;*(. i.m" prices.  *.vjU'.:'.. '-ry i.  ''Jl-'-^TV/ilLL" Stool Bert  -'.h.A'Vy.C'UbV   8|������f.;v������3 and Tiliutreee  r'j*������������������ i������j ���������������!<���������������������  ."yH*'  :.:. \'\m*" 7.7.  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S>. in.-oi ��������� -.o   V1  p.       Ill  "_       ' , (*)  Teaming of All Kinds,     (���������)  RIGS   1-OR   HIRli g  in. , '-?;<       Charges Reasonable       @  Yuuiu. 1-VorleV Society���������-������������������Mo:r   ������> S  iia>, 7.3'' P' ^u'    '  U'ltlUA' pVcACl' :'.*.0Ctil:,y,'.     '-Vet!'  ju si lay u,r yyo p. in. _   '  ;L.uiies .-\ i*I ��������� I-'iv^c  T-iosd.iv o,  t.*\t-iy. nioir.li, :A 7.30 p- m.  IWur, l.'i'\'. VAn, li!ii"M, l������. A  |TK;VM   Ml'KTS   Al.L TWAIN'SW  i)     .ROYSTON,     Ii. C-    fe  Co'.  0  *)  S������!!������(_J������(SJ������gX9������^������^  ������������������:Of-Eritisk Oolambia,, Ltd.���������  TilK K. S. COWIAUAN   WU.I. SAIL   .\S/l;.Ml.)l*?S:  C'OiiO\'---UNR>N\I-lA\----NlANA\niO~YAN(.\U;VKK7-KOI-:Ttf.  ;_l,'.'':w������'s Acniox. Sunday,^ p. ni, ;   Leayt'i; Union l'.:\>\ Sunday, ,-| i\ ni....  I'or  Doniuan I-;l:.unl,. Nanaimo and Vancouver,  ' RETURNIX'tV-Leavci; Vh -.couver, Saturday, 8,pm  .I'or..Nun.iiiuii, Union Uuy and Como:;."  Subj'.-ct to change without noti.w.  ^hiLlipps Harriso  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  CONVEYANCING    '-K  NOTARY   PUBLIC  ii  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLANDv |  *i.'4r^i'Wur..****������������M������vi^%(������uj^vii,<i*yl^i������.ii^w������^*������ttviw  1 A I ' .'.1  in:i;;i;:!ij:iiii!ii;ii)iiiiii!ii)iiiiii:i!iiiii;M  ���������nM* *j^a������w ������r*������*  ���������m������i *i.i������-*j  ST. CiK0:^-vS  TKHSUY-   ���������  TKRlAIv CHURCH,  ^(-'���������vic >y. 11 it. in. uud 7 p. 111.  liihl'i' t:\:i;,s, Y'Ai |). 111.    ���������  [���������.mi.iny Sell.ml, '.?..��������� 1,0  j',), in,.  i'-.-iM-r .^itivriiin, Yi'i'diJi-.-dav tivi'ii-  I-'.lattH'. lav. Jus. i'u'jd.  ilOAY TRINITY' C1IIJRCFI  'Watch Repairing  DON'T SPEND GOOD  ' MONEY, for meoiiipotent,  Wiioli Kepiiii'iisff. if y������"r  wntch is li't k'.eiin-. time  aociitntely LK L' 1.1RHTKR.  ]"1X IT.     (.! ve Us fl-Trial:  Fe Lighter  Practical Watchmaker, lewder and  DpSicbs, ILC-!E.O Theatre Building  WT #  rinanaaJ ������������������"  ��������� Statement  Toial cil> .  eN]H'iidiuiri' S62 l  40  N'tl ciiy ex'vndiin'rt i? S624 40  Cost lo ciiy ol I'n bi io  and 1 litih Scliool. .  ot;   Receipt's    and  Impendinncs  lor the Corporation   of ihe  Cit> | To,n, ri,v t:v;)Ci;d;!u,e,  of Cu'inberland for ibe \ car ending December 31.31, 1,914.  -3280 6c  i In v CtniiiMiii icn, S ')'! ii.  ni  ��������� '���������! ,,:iw ������i.e. LiiVn\co':������.v"l ���������- :V m-  I.A i iisiipg and He num 7 \>. in  /    !'A<j .Mi i;1: lie- \rii!!'c u-'l:������pr("i?li  .  s.i" nt, re mon 00  Kn'ii 11    His  A-'lui.' Ui--ch!asc:v Vicar.  '    LAXD REtJWTin* A 0!\  ��������� IN THI. MATTER of an Appli-  (' 'ion for 11 frcf-'li Coriiilonlo of  '��������� iti' 'o South Half of ytiiulrwcst  'A) ftct^ nf llie North Half of J.ot  ,1',  M'Uon District. ���������  iNA'VI ICK is hereby given of-my  i .ti-Hinn nt the oxpirotinn oi ono  1 -i|..:!iiJ.tr lnoDih fiom the fitsi pub*,  iiciiliun ht'i'tiof to inunc u frosh Cur-  .. , '���������ic of Title in lieu of thc Corti"  I'-.c of Title ihsucd to Alexniulor  ',', av f-u lho20lh dny cf November'  Milt, i.ml Nnrnbarc'd 162ol C\  \' hii'-i hns beon lojit.  I);iif-il lit Land lli^ifjtry Olllco,  \'u-.ortu. H C, Ihis -Hh duy of  I . I'ltink-r 1!)M.  '   _., Y. WCOTTON,  IJct-'ialrnr General of TilloH.  CTuTt. ber!8 n d," B'.- XA.  z.'ivwJ7w.xx.\ j-a-Msai*��������� i.'.^c,u-*"J*'������������������ivii-^mL':������-������*mT*n'aiPix*3i������ sr^rcs  FiyAn������0^-c&zit^%>i&)^i<^  I  f C. H TARBELL   ' *  \i [iv"������R������n���������������������-���������������!#'���������������������-���������������*.-������ ami������r.-r'"ni,.t"*t'T-<  I?     ^.i-i .i.M1- i������.(l���������."'.**.,v^.o.-;t.'..������,--B.'*i-rv;������.-iair.ir*jm^_.Kj  e-   ��������� ��������� -I  I Aivl r-ll. KITCliKN   .UTiLNSlLlS |  {  Sportsmens Goods 1  jj. as:d  I Gen-crai Hardware  - Receipts-���������   ���������  Trades'license $ 2.9J 7 5G  Real Eslaie.A..      35*?/- 97  ' i'or'1914    !M. 1.905 00  Total r(;cei],''aS>f.o,r.  '14   10043 36  13'  446-96.  30 00  225   UC  988 CS  Sewer   rentals   Drain account   Land-fees \\ mined. . .  Scavenger   Podce Conn fine,*; . ..  Dog .Tax   .....'   Interest returned on  cement, ridewalk's.     9,83 10  Hail rent   Scales ���������'  Ciuy Road Tax..'.. ..  T, Kdwavds (sewer  repairs)   pf  347 2 5  *34 ������*'  290 00  4 00  184 00  v^-/ijwi%*r*lW-'irrMtiuniii*^r**taautrtt^ivwatww**mi*m**n*irv*^-*^'  ��������� Statement  Ciimbi-vland   I'i'iblic   and    Hiiih  Schools    for   the   \'ea'r   '.-ndin^  3)ec:-!ii!<er 3rnt, 1914.  20 50  NOTLUK  \f\ iici'.-oii ii.' |ii������i'si.)iiK, cutting.  1  -i, '. ,,:'A or fiKinfj;   "���������>%���������    nlneks  i.    ,i.( 1 ../��������� uif-ii',. iii'anv (It'i-C'rij.lin'lf1  .  ,. i.-i,,!'.; i'i On- Wfiiiiiii'tuii C<il-  v ( '���������' v , ";��������� fi'iMii or nil" tho lini'l  ,    ; '.��������� .- lid (.-ciMpuiiy.   or  1111)0111'  :: i; i'iilibi;-'h oi' any iU'Si'.ripii"ii  -, \\i :-i ���������(��������� ii),", 11 .ilu- (���������< mpiiii^'s  \ 1 ..i '.A.! be pi'd-ei'.illoil to tin* full  , I  ..i' '.In- \'\W.  Y li   I.OCK'AliD.  ia'iivial Miiiiaivr,  Colliery Ct.,y.  .,    . .  ..' rj ^,e^_^���������a������������������.lfJ'���������^l������.������.>^'������������'"���������l^l������<'������<"���������������������������nlr*'"���������  ��������� !MI-:i) AT VICTORIA  Expenditure--:���������'  Teaehevs' salaries $'S,222 50  j Janitor    T.nao 00  \\Tu'.cf rate ���������        72 00  Coal   Insnr.1n1.fi... v   Sc-oi'ctaiv   Medical Inspector, ,..  ���������c.i:a, .1 an , xy. ��������� Aft-*r   n  ���������dines of onlv thru:   davs'  1.111.    1/ int. u Male.*.  V.011MI1  1.   1.;.  rnutii;j,r   Phunbino   Paper I'or cMains   Ads   W"������i..il'.'   Maps   Lumber   Laundiy ,....  Hells..!   Repairs....      Postage et<!   Sundries   24 7 5������  120   00  60  00  112   OO  6r do  59 nn  ?7 -15  18 ou  13 00  y 9������  56 00  I 2 bo  ii uo  HJ.|   00  (1   00  3-I  In  Total    ,$10043 36  I*ixpendit',ire.s���������  Deficit Dec. 31. '13..   S 579 ������5.  Real estate   icfund     404 29  Sewer rental "refund ..        4 00  Sundries-��������� (|  Travel'������ Ksp. 5> 75 ou  P. Uuuue        4������ *-������  T. l'earsc   35������ 00  P. P. Harrison 150 00  I). Aitken....' 52 50  Sundries ,.  J55 37  'showing a deficit fo.:  * .19.14 of.. ..".".".������  l;������,6l  64  ���������Hi ereb.y-'iit'. ti-fy���������tl 1 a t���������I���������) i a v-t-  exami.u.ccl the books and ac-  eotuitso^the t'ciporalion.'o.f. ihe  Ciiy ot" Cuuilx-iland, for the  ;yeu,v 59,14-1 and find tb.eti.. co;;iQC't  and as set fori h ;tb,ove.  J. STFAVART     ,  Awlitoi;  11   a   %  ' Assetis-r���������  . I'axes ������Jitstand  .ng from '1:3   $1123 59,  Taxes oittstaiid  inAlor,. 'v|��������� 1051 "37'  Total Taxes ont-  .siandi.UK. ^.3^4, 9ft  Scaveiijie'r aud buckets,     2^9., ,13  iTeam, horses-.       $50 ut.  Waoroi;,*,, sleighs aud  iu  1-j  '*��������� **-1  W.  rS  S'  U:  1  Ifi  1  J.I  U"  -+31  ������1  urriHt:ititittft������iintH^i!UiUHi>u':ui������:i������������i;uiutainiitnH������.;ii4:inii;_aj}Uitiu:ii^ tis:ifr:H::i ;u:turtnniiKni:Hni:nHuti:aiuu;iniiiMtniinHnti:iti;tnHinui:inT:(nuiFu  9  't  ^uiiiiiiiiii|iii;iilii!iiiii:i>iiiiiiii!U!ii:iii!iiiiiiiiiir'iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii^  I   Oajjjjbiil Paid TJ[j?.$l,l,5,00,000.  \\  EoQorv.0^13.000,0  Total    810,250 55  Receipts���������  .hum J'-. Hnmli parsed peace j'(.(n.l:|.���������mL.n, nV!U,t to  ,-t-vny at liis ivadnicc. 1132 a y < ^7 90  ua-utreel. ������t 13.30 c/cluck |'f;overm,ienl. ������������������,���������t l0   iiliur \     frit'   i r-Mti, n"    ' Ki ...... JI  .r.i-ci'lKul  M.IT,*ml   iron,   rn,fl"sl!hooMeesl'.'.'.     '%'S ool^f MCon^ ' Y'''  L    ,    Isolation   Hu.**pilal  Paid bv city     3,3*>o 60  Total sundries $ H22 S7  Stieet   account       19 5"  Si able account���������  p'ecd, blacksmith aud  tvpaiis   p'ire ju'oieciioi'i������������������  Repaiis 1'ire Mall, ...  W   McLilkui, salary.  J, lt. Gray, salary. ..  T. Conn, vii.ay   A, McKinnon. mhuy.  K, \V    Hiekle. salary.  J. Abiaius, salary  Jas. Waul, salary.  (JiViee account   baim.css...  200 ou  The "Royal Baijk of Canada.  __ __-���������m-.m -rn., m*m..mm.m. .,.^��������� ...... .���������.m-m.-m-.  ���������- -y-.  :| l),������AI*"fkV  lSbUll.0-  IN   kXY  'CUUUKNCY.   PAYAHU.    ALL  1 ,    , 'OVKLt   th-l:    WOKUi.'  I SP'KCI-AL ATi'KNTION pnld toHA.VlNt!S ACGiUJNT^ & inu*re������i  1   nl lilsjIieNi Currci.'t Unn-H aJh'\v.jii ^u 1 ^^ ������i. hn i>f $ 1 ninl <ipwnids.  ������  CUMBERLAND, Ii. C , Biimcli,, Opini I>nil/      D. IJ, Moiriaon, Kgr.  1 UNION-'AY, B.C. Brniu'h, Op������r/-I aiiyV      1T. I'csv/oitb, It'|;r.    '  I  COURTENAY,   H, 0 , Branch,  Opon Hn in. U "H   I'l'n.dwick,  Ivigr   ���������  %/HlllllllljHIIIIIIUM^  I  I  I  \  tjl]  'A  1.  ^-^i:ji:!ii!iiii,-i!iiiiiiiii!ii!iiiilii!i;ii!iiiiii!iiiiiii::;iiiiiii;;:i,#  V.  i  600    00 j.    !  ;Sewer pi-pes   Isolation hospital and  ccpiipment   City   buildings & lol,s    2000 00  Pile Mall apparatus..     1J90 00  Safe       25/1 00  riewer leulals unpaid ..     556 59  Trades license* unpaid       25 00  50    00 I      , w^l.M^r������s,,������M^^l,u,.j.._ivJM������JF>Wa.������������������������������-^~''^������-.������'>-'''''-'-'i'''*'''-'-������'-*-' "r..->ifJ.rj.uv������.m,MWK...i**t.m.-im,ml  ���������Mmuii������N.iu;iN' ^  b Yjf'i fe      f   *b{ C      _  \*������r   Utrni w������wmwn'''v>"i������������ ...mi  Hfc.m.^.BW.t-'"."   ^   ^       yvS'l.Viir l"-1   -  Manufacturer of M1HEBAI, WATER,  CUMBERLAND  wnncntDMr 1/ **rj is  t   1   ������  t   1  ���������  ���������it  3���������3 {16  5' 5"  ,11 0 60  r..|o 00  li >So 00.  ���������| 20 oi.;  ..00 0(1   ,f,  J oo 00  !? Sa8,5 70  Liabilities --  Ovei eolj-vCtiou of  school rules 191-3,....        S3 43  Unpaid chucks Dec.  31st, 1914 8. 1861 6.|  P. 0. BOX 483  PHONE 'id..,...,  *. trii������i������i^^-i������.'^rr^^������tfUii'������*^ii^������^^'������������'W".������w"''**������**^''** mmnmvm  6p) 00  .SO 30  Si reel li������ht  &  repairs   53H 45 _  e...w. .iw-icv  'iccmitiI , . .  r������!i������c IV:;;l ;:cr������.iv.M  AdvcviisinH account.  Mleetiou account   Toi'd account   . - ���������, ������.'.i-. illu'-ss svhich had con-  ��������� .V- A- luipaind lli* health  1 ��������� ''i ��������� :,y ia-u be ai;ain became  , 1. ,- :i /l;,i no'. !'a:oi::e appai-  :'. ;;i; ; ir,*: z7\y ni .rnif;:  >       i..   w is suliA/iir-- 1.1-;n pnin  ;   .i      :.   t V. CO UMllli'il  . . ,,  r,'  ���������,  ;i Mr S -.iirh   w ;���������* 1 "'.n   i.  i    .   ��������� ������������������   v,',;: in". 77 >������ ;-; ���������:|'' *  .    - ;   ,-.-;���������    a   '...I-i'.  , .1   *���������������'��������� ,-W-l  Total    $10, .150 65  Ucspcctfullv submitted.  THOMAS  II. CAKKY  Si'CTft.lTA  Audito     Doy 'I a,;s  ll)f-.lC'.t A ion ni  -  Ccm .I'-A. '.valks  .S?r -'  \n  ('iiv  accounts    i;i-\ ,-,���������>  ,|0  Oo  y,S 48  1)1 40  (1 50  11 00  3 -.5  %��������� 1945 07  f  1 I  i  MrsV.Marinelirs|  :Rooming House::  Furnished   Rooms  Reasonable   Rnte.i.  fayY Third Howe Iw'uji   ;j;  U. C. Telephone  Kxcluuige  1 Thomson's   Boarding   House i  t%  Has Now Been Opened."Up and is  piepared to veqeiive boarders  (?)  ���������4>-  H  9)  (a)  Hoard by thc Day, Week on  Month- &  ���������Reasonable Rates��������� (���������)  Ca)    ttt mi.    ^^.-^^        Diinwmulr Avonuo, lfoftr ITourth (S  ������)     W111*   iUOmSOll Stroot-Oumborlimd, ������, 0. (a)  (���������) ��������� ft)  -.;���������, " (������)  1  ���������MWIiHMHW* I  ���������J*  r  jvKw^vi'NT aV'knuk,  r  ���������*!���������      Cuiiibevland, tl    C.  Almyi.jyr\<. ;,.y. .���������������;~M"i*,l,,!,,l,,l**W"l"l'  iiOTlt'K.,  .J.'I'..;' "ri '   ������������������'���������,iiii''v<'s arid   mil  .,viiy curt- af  tbo   Union   f'ulliery  t!ti! !t.:ti:;  I- ' ! i>'   \'"i--"u   . r   per-  S   -ti- no    ���������������"'���������   ���������**���������'"������,!   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