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Array ll '"' -   77-   A  iSjMtsjtffctaiisiflha^viwtatoftw*!*^  ^t^-M^f- .^^.W^iVfe**::*** ^rsT>*^*J^,Tc-?*������'-  lk.UOt^W>-���������*������������������.-*������������������ ������Jk..--  -ir.������w v^--s^v^ 3l e.>.>\_-i    _-J,,-w..V *.<���������**"  - l.K , .__r-.E>3-"U ���������������_:*���������: ^"wT������v^^'.-> i^Ws***  -   ���������-~*v. ,  .   :Ayy^J  . >  / ������ I  />      -  c*"5^'*^ "est   it*' tjt""^  l-'m. rnttf.  Oevoteci Especially co tne interests of Cumberland and Surrottndinjj &}���������& ir'nzx,.  Tin. _nk\ys,.Twf.\ttv First  i li.j-i.jU  'CUMBERLAND   B. C,  WEDNESDAY,   J AN.. ^3,   : .,..*.  -I BSCKI!'T1.-������W Si. OO A' Y.KAR  I"-  ii  A    &.  [dl  a a.  tatement  TTT*  Fl  statement  of ��������� TJcceipts    ar.d  Kxueuditutes        " *        ,  ,  * .,'"   ^ ,- y,     ,v? . I Cuinberlaiid   Public   ami   Hig  for the Corporation   of ,the  Cit\'!���������  'iools    ior   the   year   eiA  " December 31st. 1914.  Corpo  oi Cumbeiland foi  ihe \ear ending December 31st, 1914.  h  .$  A  taw "Stock _ of Fall Skiits"  for IKen . and Boy3'  ���������  Our new'Yangeof iVTen's Overcoats  in  splendid  values, and-styles the. very lntcst, prices   $8.50 to $27  -    :'-Men's Suits," right up to the minute,,at froni $12 Ij  V  .and 50c to 3)^6,' our stock is complete, and our services  at your coiunvinct.  We have the largest showiiio? of I-ovs' Suits ever  shown at"the Big Store and prices are very moderyic )  ���������'SIMON'-LEISER& oo;; ��������� Lm  Receipts-  Trades license...  Real Kstale   Sewer   renin Is   Diain account   Land fees returned. . .  Scavenger ',....  Vo ice Court fines . ..  Dog Tax   -,...'.  Interest returned on  cement ridewaks  Hail rent   J-'caltrs   City Road Tax   T, Kdwards (sewer  - <��������� lepaiis)   2917 5-0  3567 07  446 y6  ?o 00  22.5 00  9SS'c8  347 25  34' "o������  o  98S   io  290 00  4 00  1S4 00  20  r,o  \     7  Pre-Election     l(    QpiTespondenee  ;v  ���������Sermoi  P   ������* W>1W������>.  M  tt *.*  On Sunday evening  Ia^t,   the  CumVrtaml, B. 0. Jda. 5ih, 1915.  . Akusrs Kliiott, Maulo.ui it Shandi*).  V-otoiiu, it, 0.x  Gentluniet):���������At a  rooont   mecliiiR  ot.  ibe City Cuiincil it wan  (ieoiiiaii   to  nsk  4 00  ^    ' Total    $10043 3^  Expenditures���������  Deficit Dec. 31, '13..   $ ������79 05  Real estate   lefund...".   ,404 29  Sewer 1 ental   refund ..  Sundries���������'  Travel1" Exp, $ 75 00  P., 1-mine  ....    40 'io1;  T. P<.'arse. ....   350 po  P. P.   Harrison  150 00  D.  Aitken      52 50  Sundries,    ASS-37  Kxpenditures���������  Te-'elieis' salaries.  Janitor. ...  Water rale.......  Coal   Insurance   Secreta'ry   Medical Inspector.  Punting.'   Plumbing   Paper for exams..  I O     '   -  Ads.... .'   Wo..d   ..  .Maps....'..;. .. ...  ���������Lumber A ���������  Lanndiy   Hells..:.'   Repairs'....  Postage etc   Rev,' Wus. Kiliuit   look   fur   his| i.jral adveo in conrnt-tion  with wUiit ib  text,   ''The people' iu   the   svna-   cunadcrrtii by aome nicniburB of tho Council an abuse of Ihe lilectinno Act, in so fat  j;c;  ^,222  50  1,020 00  ���������72  00,  247 5������  120  00  60  00  112  00  6l  60  59  00  27  45  ' i.S  00  J-3  00  gogue  ihnist  Hini  out   of the  city."      Alter  speaking   ot   the  endencv of forinalisin and sensationalism in ihe churches, aud  also of inconsistencies theie. to  drive the Loid out of civic lite,  lie dealt inoie diiectlv with   the  as it pei tains to ttw>  rijjlit  extended   to  Agreement  of Sale holders  upvoIo   oa .  their property.  Seventy-six Afrrcoutont ' of j^nlo holders weie struck off the voters lt6t by the  Court cif Revision, filrtl lnt������r were urdoied.  ,,,   .    . - . to bo added by  Uio   City   MaRutral������, on.  Lhnstian voter's, proper altitude ; lh(J B���������mill thait aU ,ha ^ditiw3 MU  boou    fuliiiled.    Ai>art   fi-om   thut 'lie  9  90  ;6 00  12  fco  8  00  04  00           6 00  Sundries...-       34 10  io the municipal ek-t lion. Ji  was to be, regretted that the'  Christian-people of Cumberland,  and all' the best peopL had not  earnestly united io put' iht best  possible men into the0 running.  Still there weie .some .uood men  i  abuse coasista ia flie fact that ahno.^ittif.  these voteis are, noii'ic-sidenl; *rG' ceiylj*  all receut purchasers; the aggregtrto --  lunuut of the- ijr_;,<_rt.ieB tUnls betwesn  tiyht nud nine thousaud dollars: some lo a  usvOtScy at teveti humirod doliurs. allow  n    the   field-some   very   gu< d Hl,wf8^ "e"-0H" t0' **?* ,to   vo?>  , ,,      . .. ,   "      ,   twtfiity-iutte t.auie*  oa ihiee lots with  ones; and the. lunuecimte <iti*.v o  Total sundries $.822 87  lr  SPEC  .vi fX  wG  ���������*r  ii  ft)  ,1  W'  A' '���������pi'i-hd tiiHutiug nf iIib City  Couneii met 011 Thui'fithiy evening  of last ueuk; to confer with Mr.  Floiuiiig, who i-t'pi't'se.iite'l thtv  jiioviiiciii! govci'iiiiu'iit, in regard  to relieving ifou destitution exist-  inif in tills city.  r*t , tf 1 1  A full council wiw in ntiend-  aei'e,,aa was 11U0 Mr. b'leiuiirji nnd  ]):ivid S'ophi'iircm, rroviueiiil  eliieiAjoiifiiiblo of  thi'������ district,  i\ii-. J'loiuifin; m,ill lm Imd vii-it  ed ciiicfi till over the province to  koj how I hoy wore looking iil'tor  tlm itiii)iii|iloyi!d, and would, like  liko to know il tiiu council had  nny proposals to innku. If ihey  hfi'l any iiiipi'oveinuiits to iniiko  <.f 11 pui'iiiuiieiii uuturo tlm gov-  omnium, would -gun ran ten the  bonds oi' (leheiiliires, Tlio fis<d,s-  titni'.u tin* ^ovci'iiMii'iit proposed to  givo would he in llie mil 1110 . ol' 11  limn. CondilioiiB Wiiio und till  over thu pro vi nee, nnd tt wiib  iK'oo-iJsiir.v to get down  to 11 work.  jlltf b,isit������,  After Kotue (lifciiHMon it wu**  Iioiuted out to Mr. Kloiuiiiff tlmt  tno city had dilliciiliy in mociluf,'  current exponsei*, ai.d could not  uiiduriiikii w Yo\a\y miy uioue.y the  governiiiuiit'1 niuy gnint, "  UoiitiidoniifJ! lliu fiimdl uimh of  the city and tho rout nut nd bourco  nl* revi'iiiii'. Cuiiihi'i'liiuil wiik nil  exceptional euiie., Mr, Fleming  ,...-,!,) )i,. M'niild plnco tlio inntti'i' hi'-  j'oru the executive, ut VitMoiin, It.  wim n v������������o 0.1'olieviiigdeHtitiitloii,  ked what was ihu leiiBt  uld do witli in."  .MEETING OF COUNCIL.  , The Ci'v Council met in v < ,  Kt'Pipiim fin Monday ove'niiuf, there  bciiin; present Aldermen McDoir  nld, Prtrnhiitn. Miller, Mitchell.  Maxwell aiulthe Mayor,  Minutes of previous reo-iilm-  and ppecial iiiee'Jngfi we'ro 'read  and adopted,  Ooiimiiuiicavion wax received  fr.nn V. A. Mel^euvnii.l, hnrristor,  Vii'.toi'in, requesting pn> ment of  balance of his account ii������Tiiir.st the  city for pf'i'vices in ciinni-et-ioii  with tjio sidewalk by-law. .The  Clerk was instructed to write "Mr.  McDeat'inid ask!iter ii1 ho would  tnko ������1.25 in pet I lenient, of the account, ns iho Council mill thought  tho chili'iie. cxeePsive.  Communication re agreement, of  Mile, from Klliot\ Mci/.'un i*c  Chandley. hiii'i'islci'p, wu* receiv-  (id, nnd will hn found in niiollier  eoltiinn,  Coiudiiblu Ward rejorted eo)'-  lections uinounliiig In Sj'oS 75,  Medical Health Ollicer'R reporl  wan ri'iul.  Kiniincial report I'or the civic  your wan rend und ordered printed,  Aid. Maxwell moved, poconded  hv Aid, Mitchell, that 11 h(<iirly  vnle of th.dik* be temlered the  Mayor, lor the manner in wliich  ho hau iioiH.11c.Uul the dolihoni'utiB  of the Council during lho jour,  liu.' Mayor in reply  tlumia'ii   liu*  19 50  3*3  S6  51 5������  !<.6   60  Street   -account. .....  Stab.e iie������.oun"l��������� -  Feed, blacksmith and  repaiis   Fire protection���������  I^epaii^ lrire Hall. ...  W. Mc I^lh.n, Mi!sr\  J. U. Gray, salary.....     240 00  T. Conn, bulary    i-'So 00  A McKinnon. .'alniy..    420 00  K. W.   liickle, salary.  J, Abrams, salary. ..,  Jas. Waid; paiary v ..  Oflice account   Street li^ht  <S:  repaiis , ^38 45  ,    ' 40 90  Total    810,250 55  Receipts��������� -  Government grant to  cty .$'5'037-9������  Go'venunentAnaut to  o  camp ���������;. . ?..     1,507 1.5  High School lees."...        425 00  Paid by city.... ...,.. , 3,280' 60  200  00  100  00  640,  00  86'  3������  ft  Scavenger aecouur....  Police Court account.  Advertising account,  IC lection acuount       97 4������  7 65  98 48  Tool account   Fuel account   Isolation   Hospital....  ,Dog '-lajj(S   Interest Account���������'  Cement walks S312 40  Ciiy  aecounus    134 50  6 50  11 00  16 05  3 *:>  iuul lie iih  lllliolllll the CltV I'M  til M'lw.h,. when inalli*i'P might he  I  f..  CK\i <:  IllliiiiiVi-  A   c .iiiiii'itli'.-   wie������   ap))oiiiiet  iilUe.i'iiieii  foi' I  icir   I'Xori.'PHKiiip ol  apjirecintioii',, mid in return would  tlnink llieni iui',1 rho clly clerk for  their coiirtepv nml aHhipttnico lo  Ium diiriiijr liis te;-ni of olllcn,  "he C  li'i-k   was   iiutlioinzi'd  t������  JI v.' I I  cumpoM.'il iA thi- Miyor, tin.: 1  li���������in ol ili** lioiiid of \V*'i'kh, city  clnl; a..ti Mr, Mil!.-, ������*��������� invo.vi-  I'Mte ihe   inatUi'   ami   -I't'l-'OM    b\  j ui 1'  -.1..'   !'  jjel h'L'itl advice up   In the rhdil of  '���������ori.til'iiCoii'- to    veil*'     wh-'ii    the  UHIIICS  ul   .���������I'.U'IWp. (II     M|i  10  licit  $ 446, yo  Health account     125 00  Loans repaid ,...,   ������000 00  Road Tax  refunds.... 4 00  Total city  expenditure u6:u\ 40  Net city expenditure $ 8624 40  Co.-it to city oi Public  aud High School..'.    3280 od  Total city expenditure  for 1914 ,..,. Si 1905 00  Total icceipts for  '14   1004336  Showing deficit lb.  ,1914 of S 1861 64  I hereby certify that I have  examined the lv'ok'j niu] accounts of the Cerporalion of the  City of Cumberland, for the  year 1914, and find tliein correct  aud ns set lorili above.  Total    $10,250 65  ��������� Respectfully submitted,  t THOMAS H. UAKEY  ���������    '       -    .Seciciar\  Audited and found   coirect  J. STKWART      ���������  Audi lor  January 10th,   1915.  everyone who liad a vote was to  use it, as a .sacred trusc, to elect  the best oftho.se now named.  But how jtid^e who i-> the  besl~? Tlieie aie iuo main  points lo consider: a.candidatcV  ability, and'his character; which,  is more impoitant ?    Soin  -ev-  asiiBSinout at 'tiOoly-iliruo hnticlred d������l-'  lars? and 10 oa. In otiior wonlu tie  sevont.'-aix pet-iO?.H, J-f-rtTtud to cirwci--,  tuts stO ,������t one-thinl of .tha property ������������l,  er , and >ii'6 usscs ed tbout i-ae' thirly-  liftb oC the tola! y<iluatio:i. '   ."���������  It iicjui-.e eviJciut ihiit with tbs.11: nc<?-.  plo tlie property wns acquit id for i;i v,  and iho t-av__'pi������ia i'or thorn iti niaiw canes  ei. some verv good incii  ility first. I never have. 1 can  not now. Other things heiii" t���������  qual, certainly choose thi_. men  of greater abihiv? And there  probably never was u li.i.e in  111 lhe city's history when then  was so much need ior'ability  But by all ineans choose, tho.ie ol  better  character,   even  ,  'for tho solo purpose of. itllo/.-inc tbea) t<?> .*���������'  putub *  lilull^l  ��������� hev be of onlv aver-tt-e  iibiiii*..-  vote.  Total Taxes out  standing  ,S  774 96  2/9 '������5  350 ow  Scavenger and buckets  Teatn horses   Wngous,  sleighs aud  harness ,      200 00  Sewer pipes         50 00  Isolation hospital and1  equipment.. ....      600 00  Citv   buildings & lois  Kire Hall apparatus..  Q'l'l-'  Sewer rentals unpaid .  Tjades licensis uupnid  .a000 00,  1290 Ul.)  250 to  556 59  25 00  Liabilities--  Ovei collection of  school rates 1913 ....  Unpaid checks Dec. '���������  31st, 1914 S 1861 64  $ 82K3 ~u  ������3 *13  * 1945 07  .1+.  Stniid hy \oin' nun '���������llnuit'.i'i',"  '\ oui is no 11 cnu .-] cnl.ei, ami  uii'K'rf to his ti dijeat,  ' - I'oura truly,  ���������   A: ('Aiiciii'M., Mnj'or.'  ��������� - *   *   *        A tf  -Victorw, Jar. 8, 1915.,  A. Campbeil, Ktq , -  Ahiyor.oi Cinribprkud,        u  Cuinlj(.riai:u,U. C!  Dear Sir:���������Wo beg   tc " ?ck{*owt ���������.- _'  led^e the receipt ef   vour .-,hx".\7  .!ve-uit_bi!i'.!uii!io~ou"i;-\Xirly__st.!u-i-*JJ_btL5j,h.^  ^^  that the quality of the- manhuou  lion orybur City _i?ofico Ma^tsiw'1 ? "'A;  and womanhood of the city i*> oi j in [.raeiicaljy revernii'ig   the- dty.ii "  vastly muie iinpor:ancj lhau ihnUm <,t\'no Cou,-; of ltuvwiou-hy''*'*  quality ot even us business man  tempting 10 add lo the  lh?t   ol 'vo-  '  d*L   tl  ' .   ������������������ 'ters the nairnts oi.iZ, n������en tL:tl n';u* . -  " And how juilge-of' the'-candi" | b��������������������������� slritj;e(i"froiu the Ji_s  i,y  yy    '  Court of revision.    ���������   "  Under the powora   conferred   by  Section 15 of Clmp. 71 ol Stu'iite** ,  date's cliaracte ?     Va \Ynl\y i.ot!  Dy   mere   campaign,   promises  Largely by the ��������� man's lecord.  The company he keeps, the  work he lias done, as a citizen,  lor the'city, and the most evident motives with wluc'.i he lms  done il���������whether loiliud,for oii.  ers, 01 tor sell"���������this record c.iie.  ly, every nine. Co and he >r the  candidates, iI"-possible���������all the  candidates���������that you may be.a  ble^,io.estimate them sail moie  intelligently and truly, bin. do  not, lor anything forget the past  of each m:.n, so iar as'\oucan  Iind out what ihat past luis been.  Kveu iu ihis mailer everything thai is. worl'h >vhilo is lor  God'.s .siike, and il is ile who  will most liehly reward ihe true.  Ucur people, let us mosi eiiriie:-t  ly see to it thai lhe Lord be not  thrust out 01 this city,, Kspmnl  ly, let it never,   never   be   i-iiidi  of 1911, bein<> ihu ''Alui'.icij.'d .!���������������- '  eclions Act" your CoUrl of Revision si ruck from the iiul thc niimt*  of 76 holJers of i'gn:eir,(*'jts'for'  sal������3 of land, A-ctiuy i'n Buppoied  pursuiinee of the power., con tii?>o.ti  in Section IS of tbo   sai'1   Aci  Hie  \ 1,  Police iMftgi.frnle really ail and  ae-ied as a .Court ot Appeal from  ,the decision ot the Court of Up-'  vision, rcverscid ih_ deeu-ion of i..-,.  Court of revisiou na 10 lhe,_-aid7G  uiune*, and directed that thoy  bqadded to tho list.  In our opinion the iiotyei"? 00life 1 red upon lho Police - Mfji.lrato  by Section 18 of llie Act did not  coi.sti uto him n Coml' of Appeal  fiom deciiMona runderocl by tbw  (Joiirt of jJdvibiou,   The mu.arj 0-  Ihrust oui."  I' uel and stoves M|ipeiu In be  a Hcni't'i! a .luiiioility iii our ptibbc  hulls, No (nu: want'-' to U'w'/w  to death in a public. Imil, when  lliei'e is a <_ood file, ill noun-,  Life in loo Minl'l, and the III ijoril v  of US would jiiel't'l- In die erjnjo)"-  lilhlv.  that the people of rho   ssnagog .        .     .      ,.  ues-~the ehmeh members mem ! r������cled 10 be audod   by   In*  l'oiiw.  selves���������iiiive alluwcii   Hiju'lo b,-! M������tr������������lr������it������������ Cnn  only ^t or. il... 'ist  a^aiu b'y huiii^ nddcid hy !,..-,  Mayor upon tl.u-otioij uf ne. 7,.,.  Aft iiiu^i.-irule, H'ti won! i "i[  vice lli.il wi, -I , ,; ,.,,',) j|���������,it  iiiiuie.- 10 Hie li..l, 'i-hieli \vi!! , ..nr  pcl any p.'i>,"i nho >LinKi' llmt,  die ue..011 nf   th"    I'olii'i..    Mnj.'ii-  tl'Mle i- h'oul io   "'ki     ie '.',,. in,-  ~ 1 1  tl) i'i Ml l I'll  M'll  Iij    <l<!     I .....  lo the list,  . (/n:s   t, .!  l'.i 1 to'i'T, i\l.vr;,i'A.\ ii    jia*'iii.i * ,  ���������J"!"I"I'-J"J"!"l"I'-l"!"!"l������I������!������!������!������I������4������I-������I������j.   t���������^������HM|������H''^k^���������^'^>H,^l^''^''H������������������^>'^>{-���������!'H^'^>HMM!'4''^'^>^>^  T  ki*.  J. STliWAk'  Audit  i  j*  ���������4.  X  ���������I'I'  (.'������������������111'  ,'hl i'ii,; h  Asset: ���������  Taxes outhtand  iuj; Loin "13   $1 ia,5 sy  1 ilKC'S O'.ltStlilld  i.i;:  ilii , ,   ' I .]..   l6^l   37  CAMPBELLS  CORSET    BUGGBSTI DNS  ,1.  eaco  low  <-  ,.T.     ..     ,   .....    ���������������   ���������  .'..'.,I..!..}..!,.!,  ���������M-M* 4-j*j������K"J"l"l������K"l"i":"H-M"  ..I, .i,*i..i..',.  ���������i."!.'  ���������I ������������������!*���������)���������  ���������T**I������*;**i ���������,  itv*K*M**?*.H������ THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C;  m  BEST YEAST IN  THE WORLD.  DECLINE THE NUMEROUS INFERIOR  IMITATIONS THAT ARE BEING OFFERED.  AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS AT ALL EXPOSITIONS"  .E.W. GSU.ETT   COMPANY   LIMITED.  WINNIPEG       TORONTO  ONT,      MONTREAL.  "Greenbacks"  "Greenbacks" received their name  ln 1859. Tho naming took place? in  the spacious stone building now tho  home of La Chambrc de Commerce,  facing the Champ de Mars, in Montreal. Fifty-live years ago mr-printers of hank notes shared the dismay  of tlieir American brethren *as photographic counterfeits appeared. The  British American Bank "Note, Com-,  pany, perplexed by this new hazard,  consulted Dr. Thomas Stcrry Hunt,  chemist to the Geological Survey  of Canada. Ho suggested the use as  a pigment of sesquioxide of chromium. From that day to this it ii."s  ���������been a safegurad aaginst fraud because, for all the vividness, of its  green tint, it refuses to be copied oy  a camera.'"  CANADA   SHOULD   MAKE'PLANS  Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alone.���������  Do not make the mistake of waiting  for asthma to wear away by itself.  While you are waiting the disease is  surely gathering a stronger foothold  and you live in danger of stronger and  yet stronger attack's. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy taken early,  ' will prevent incipient condition from  becoming chronic and saves hours of  awful suffering.  Foodstuffs as Contraband  The, British government is dai'.y  making its position clearer as to what  ls regarded as' contraband of war.  '. Foodstuffs assigned to neutral  countries accessible to Germany will  not be permitted to enter unless the  governments assure Britain - that tne  food is not destined for German and  not intended to replace other supplies destined for Germany. Britain,  however,  desires,that  neutral  coun-  focTd"  Has the Opportunity to Hold German  . Export Trade  The trade and commerce department, has issued tlie fifth of its scries  on Canadian opportunities from German loss of trade aud the series will  now be., reproduced in one completa  volume for general distribution, lu  referring to the immense wealth of  data which has been compiled , and  published by the department in regard  to German trade thu department says:  "ln concluding the series of articlei  relating to the .interruption of German exports it may he pointed out  that when Germany, after long and  costly preparation decided for the arbitrament of war, her export trade  stopped for the time being, frr it was  obvious that command of the sea by  the Allies would entail stoppage of  German export as a war measure-, and  lhat the void thereby-created wou'.d  instantly become a matter of keen  competition among the producing nations outside the vortex of me war.  In the weekly report, ot August ^5  will be found a highly favorable re  view under the hsading of 'Economic  expansion of Germany,' indicating remarkable power of competition nf  that country.   It does   not,   however,  j    The  Lure of the Crooked Trails  } Now is the hunter's time o: anticipa-  I tion. It is. the time when the office-  caged man has hallucinations even in  business hours. He looks out of the  window and sees a herd of mountain  sheep feeding in their sky pastures.  His ear catches the far drumming of a  partridge. He knows of a happy  hunting ground that he could reach  by train. A railroad time table, bearing evidence of much use, is locked  in a drawer of his desk, and with it  lies a copy of the game laws. ���������  ��������� The boss is similarly affected, so he  doesn't notice that anything is the  matter. Go home wiih either man  and you llnd that some room in tho  house looks-*, like . a sporting-goods  storo, and all through dinner you  know that your host is thinking of a  camp menu of grouse, trout and vent-  son. Finally, aftor all the necessary  small talk, he discovers that you belong to the hunting fraternity? That  settles it, Big talk, then, for the rest  of the. evening,' and nothing else. Aftor dinner your host makes ycu 'examine his Uemington. aim it and look  through the shining barrel; he proudly calls your attention to the antlers  j on the wall (though you had seen  i thom before) and tells you the wholo'  story; aud when, it hns grown late he  urges you to stay overnight, apologiz-  iug for the hod ho offers you hy saying  he wishes it. were a bed of balsam  boughs.  He  relies  power of  RHEUMATIC MISERY  Can  appear possible for Germany    to re- i it to  cover her aban ijned trade, for as a,' ^vitli  general proposition it may    be   laid  j down that the building up of export  l'trade is a slow business and if mter-  ; rupted for a year or more, its re-capture presents a most-dicicult problem.  , For the'time being our opportunity is  potent and we should so make our  (plans and develop,pur methods  that  j we may capture as much as possible  and retain all.that we capture.'  Only. Be Cured Through the Blood  ���������Liniments ot No Use  In no disease does the blood become  thin so rapidly as in rheumatism. Not  ; only   does   it   become   thin but it .s  I loaded   with    impurities���������rheumatic  ;' poisons.    Without the proper    treat-  ; ment these poisons increase, the in-  \ flamed joints    swell and the patient  1 becomes a cripple.   There are a num-  i ber of methods   of treating rheumatism,    most of them aiming to keep  down the' rheumatic poisons until na-  , ture can build up the blood sufficient-  fly  to  overcome  them.    But" unfavorable conditions of cold1 or dampness  1 may give the-  disease   the advantage  and a relapse or renewed attack foi-  ��������� lows. ., ,  j    Dr.   Williams'.Pink  Pills   for  Pale  ' People build up the blood and enable  tries  shall"  supply for  have  an  adequate  their own people. "  Minard's Liniment.Cures Burns, etc.  Seize  Bags of Flour  The, Canadian trade commissioner  ln Holland reports that 2,500 bags of  Hour, shipped from Canada via New  York for Rotterdam, were seized with  other goods on the steamer New Amsterdam, of the Holland-American  line, by the French, on the ground  that they were conditional contraband. The flour was unloaded at the  Frsnch port of Brest. A protest has  been lodged because the goods wero  not shipped to an enemy's port.  cast out the rheumatic poisons  the natural secretions of the  body.' Thousands have tried this  treatment with' the most beneficial results, That every sufferer who does  not try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is  neglecting the most helpful means of  recovery is shown by the following  statement. Mrs. Emeline Smith, St.  Jerome, Que., says: .."I-was attacked  witn wliat the doctor said was inflammatory   rheumatism,   The   joints  "What's the Idea ot using the pronoun 'we' bo often in vour articles?"  "Well," replied the editor, "it's a  matter of soll'-protcction. In case  anybody takes oll'cnso '��������� l want to  sound as much as possible like a  crowd,"  Hc-~-Going homo    through  a dark  street last, night I saw a man setting  /Iro lo his property,  '    She���������Mercy!    Didn't   yoii   call tho  pollco?  Ilo���������Certainly net!    It's no crlmo  for a nian lo light hia cigar.  ijH&IJ^j   I pi  TERRIBLE STATE  Finds Help in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound.  -^lt_wiil^o_t___i__forgotteniin Canada' ot;   my hands,   feet and limbs were  that in 1903 Germany declared a small. badly swollen, and I suffeHOlilTmost?  economic war by contesting the right'  of Canada to grant' a preference to'  the mother country and imposed maxi-  mum duties    as    a penalty, thereby  bringing into operation the Canadian  surtax and cutting down German trade  by one-half, during the period of Canadian expansion, but in 1910 German/  admitted -'defeat ,oy withdrawing' from  the arbitrary position she had taken  up in  1903.    During the seven years  of economic hostilities the fact was  jdemontsrated   that  Canadian    trade  was   '"u  more valuable to    Germany  than   German   trade   co   Canada,  because the former consisted of maim- '  factored  good.t  and  the latter    was  largely composed of. foodstuffs which  the world must have.   The industrial  Lxcruciating    pain.    Notwithstanding  medical treatment the trouble became  so bad that 1 could not go about. My  appetite began to fail me aud I was  growing physically    weak,    A nsign-  bor   ,\-lio had been benefitted by Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills  advised   me  to  try them and I decided n do' so.   ln  the' course    of a few weeks I rioted  some improvement, and,my appetite  began  to roturn.    Then the swelling I  in my joint began to disappear, and  it was not long until I was perfectly j  curod and I have had no return of the j  trouble."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by  all dealers in medicine or will be sent -,  by mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes !  for ?2,50 by writing direct to The Dr,  Dogs   Succor   Wounded   Soldiers  The introduction of the ��������� dog iuto  the field of, batile has amply justi-  lielcl the experiment.  This is mainly due'to the changed  conditions of modern warfare,  brought- about by the immense range  of artillery and small arms.  In the war of the past few years  the' mortality among the wounded  was very high owing to the fact that  the medical and ambulance men  could make only a casual inspection  of the hatlefield.  In the Franco-German war 13,000  out of 129,000 casualties were reported missing. Mnny of these men  must have endured indescribable  agonies,, their groans and cries unheeded before they "went out," and  it was with the idea of saving life on  the field of battle that the education  of the wnr dog was undertaken by  voluntary societies in Germany.  Today,  tho  ambulance  dog  ls  ing his work of mercy among  wounded.    This    gallant    fellow  quires   no   artificial   searchlights  the   battlefield  hy  night,  solely.on    lii^   wonderful  scent.  In 1906, during the manoeuvres of  ,tho Austrlaif troops, two hundred  men were left lying on the field to  represent the wounded. The stretcher-bearers of the hospital department greatly, hurried, overlooked 38  of these. Within twenty minutes the  war dogs, trained in Vienna, liad  found them all. Each carries about  his neck a flask of brandy or, soup  and a roll of bandages.  The wounded man makes what use  he can of this relief, and then gives  his four-legged "pal" his cap or belt.  These thc dog conveys to the ambulance attendants, who are systematically beating every corner of the  battlefield.  In Manchuria the Russians . employed a great number of specially  trained English collies, and Captain  Persidsky, of Count feller's staff,  sent in a special report concerning  the pack of. seven war dogs directly  under his command.  "In a recent engagement," ��������� the  captain wrote, "fitfy-three men were  found more or less badly wounded  in quite unexpected . places, ,t where  the stretcher-bearers and surgaons  would never have dreamed of looking." Little beLs are put around the  dogs' necks to enable them to be  followed more easily by., tlie ambul-  i.ance men, especially when the darkness falls.  The Germans, put a little saddle on  their dogs. This contains a- goodly  supply of bandages and surgical  dressings, while round' the animal's  neck is hung a little barrel contain-'  ing  medicinal  stimulant.  On the other hand, Major Richardson, of the British army, who has  taken out his dogs to the front,  j thinks the dog's equipment should .:e  as simple as possible. As the ant-  mals may have to cover _ev&ry yard  "of an enormous" b"attr<r~front. uruir"  movements should not be hampered.  These clever creatures can render  incalculable service in bringing succour to the wounded and life to the  Quickert  Better  "Old Dutch" quickly removes all]  scum and. sediment from bath]  tubs and wash bowls. Stains and',  tarnish on metal fixtures disappear with half, the effort and in",  half the time.  SKttr)  iQca..  ' -The First Victoria Cross  Tho stories cabled from England of  how Btitish blue-jackets in a, recent  naval qngagement picked up unex:  plodod shells that fell on their vessels and threw them overbroad recall  the fact that "the ilrst Victoria Crops  was awarded lo a sailor in '"the Crim-'  ean war for performing exactly such  a feat. He was Rear-Admiral C. D.  Lucas; R.N., who ��������� died a few weeks  ago, just about the time hostil'ties  broke out. He was an acting mate  on hoard, the Hecla, of Admiral Napier's'fleet, in the Baltic, and the :eat  which won him the Cross was performed during the bombardment,, of  Romarsund, a port of the Aland Islands, where the Russian and German  fleets were reported as having been  engaged in the present war.  The shell which dropped on - the  Hocla's deck was fizzing when Lucas  leaped forward and pitched it over  the side." There was only the barest  fraction of unburned fuse between  him and destruction, but he was cool  and collected in his manner of performing the exploit.  Stevenson's Grave Again in Empire  To many the greatest .interest in  tho capture of Samoa is the fact that  If brings the grave of- 11.L.S. lato  the British empire again. It is curious to recall that wheji he first  touched the island during the Soutk  .-ea cruise- in- 1S8S, Stevenson was  by no means favorably , impressed  with place or people, and intended to  stay inere only a couple of weeks to  collect material for the chapter on  Uamoa in his book on the South Seas.  The fascination of the island grew,  however, as the days went by, 'imd,  abandoning the project of-awinter  home tn Madeira in favor of S"nioa,:  he bought land three miles Irom Apia,  and, except for occasional trips to  Sydney, never left-the island again.  I  I  A  Jt  t  , A Sensible. Merchant  ar,ing.  a Week For Disabled Men  man   permamently   disabled  development  of  Germany   compelle.1 i Williams'   Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,  purchase nf whoa, and It. did no*, mat  ter to Canada to whom sho sold it;  for wheat like water, finds Its level."  Tlio concluding article deals moro  particularly with Canada's opportunities to secure irnde ln South America, which has been lost by Gerni'iny.  It is pointed out'that after��������� Argon-  Una and Hni7.ll, tho largest r, ireMu-  ers of Jcrmnn goods in South America  has beon Chile, During 1911 alone  Clitln hooch I. from lho German., frmi  and oteel goods to tlio vnluo of 23,-  151.'1,00(1 marks and machinery valued  at 10,402,000 marks,  Ont.  was  fnm-  No  sheep  Never  Idle  An old Scotch woman  ous for speaking kindly,  was so dark but she could-discover  somo white spot to point out to those  who could see only blackness, One  day a gossiping neighbor lost pat-  I ience with her a,.ft said angrily:  "Wurcman, yo''l hae a guid word to  say for the doevll  himsolf."  Instantly came the pruly:  "Weel,    he's   a    verru industrious  body!"  ��������� Pound  ������������������ Every  in the war and unable to follow nis  occupation ought to be paid $5 a week  during his life, in the opinion of Geo.  Nlcholl Barnes, the labor leade and  member .of parliament for the Black-  friars division of Glasgow,  Bir, Barnes advocated this In speaking at a mass meeting, Heretofore, he  said, the disabled had been allowed  to beg in the streets. Now, however,  the government was giving serious  coiisldortnlon to the subject of theso  unfortunate ones and a like situation  won]-1 not again exist. Ho estimated  lhat the" sum which the government  would bo callod on to pay tho dependants of bread-winners in the Hold  would reach $25,000,000. Accordingly,  ho added, the government had not erred on the side-of generosity,  Cnpt.   Grenfell's   Gallant   Deed  A gallant deed was that of Captain  F. O. Grenfell;- of the 9th Lancers.  He was hit in both legs, and had two  fingers shot off at the same" time.  Almost as he received these wounds  a couple of guns posted near were  deprived of their servers, all of  whom tave one nu.n were c.rrek ny  ,bursting shr.annp.1.   The   horses    for  tho guns 'had' been placed ' under  cover.  "We'll get the guns back," crioi  Captain Grenfell. and, at the head of  a number of his men and' in spite  of his wounds,'he i'id manage to harness the guns up and get them away.  He was then taken, to the hospital.  A splendid personal ac'.ion, was  that. of.the major of 1 Battery of tho  Royal Horse ArtU'.ery, who, in .i  rapid retirement while hostile cavalry  horses threatening and the battery  horses disabled, pushed the battery  into poistion with his ow,n hands,  aided by his office*.-, and men, alonj  a road to a point of vantage.  The fire the battery was . thence  nblo to open counteracted the enemy's offensive.  Bear Island, Aug.   26, 1903.'  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. ���������  Dear Sirs,���������Your traveler ,is here  today and we are getting ��������� a lar_,e  .quantity of you MINARD'S LINIMENT. . We find it the best Liniment  on the market making, no exception.-  We have boen in business-13 years  and have handled all kinds, but have  dropped them all but yours; that sells  Itself; tho others have to be pushed  to get' rid of.  W.   A.   HAGERMAN.  I  Of. Special   Interest  to   Ladles  Unsightly Warts can he removed In  a few hours, by,   Putnam's   Painless  Corn and Wart Extractor.    Reliable,  safe ancl sure.   Try "Putnam's."  Cnpo Wolfe, Canada���������" Lnst. \fnroh I  wiih n complete wreck. I hml '.Ivnn up  nil hope of jjottintf bettor or living nny  Icnirlli of time, uh I wnn sucli n HiillVror  from female troubles Hut I took Lydin  Ii, Pinkham'n VeRoUiblo Compound, und  today I nm in good health mul hnve n  pair of twin hoyH two montlm old nnd  ftrowinu finely. I surprisa'd doclorn nnd  neighbors fbr tlioy nil know wlmt a  wreck I wnn.  "Now I nm healthy, hnppynnd lionrty,  nnd owo it nil to Lydin K. Pinklinm'8  remedies. You rrmy pulillflh UiIb loiter  If you like. I think if more women  used your remedies lliey would hnvo  bettor hoalth. "���������Mrs. ,L T, Cook, Lot  No. 7, Capo Wolfe, P.E.I., Canada.  BecnuHoyoiircnKei8iiuiiiR-.tiiii'iiu,HiHi  doctor* hav iti_. dniio you m ���������.,'ouJ, de nnt  continue to uu/For without giving Lydia  E. Pinkhnm'* Vegetable Compound a  trial. It flimdy hnfl remedied mnny  cnsftH of female UK *uch ns inflnmmn-  .b,u,oy.:i.'r.;u, dl������*yi'iooxtion\a tumnrn.  Irrck'iilnrilicjfl, periodic pains, backache,  nnd It may bo exactly what you need.  The Pinkhnm record in ft proud and  poerlt'RB ono. It in (^G^y^afyyij;  a record of constant ^W/^JtpSstkv  victory niier tho ob-  ���������tinatoillsof women  ���������III* thnt tlotft out  despair. It i������ ftn es-  tnbllnhod 'act that ia\ Jf*tr^LP in  Lydia.E. Pinkharo'. W^&WMm  VeeotabloCompound (^^gJ^K?  haarratored health wn*"������������*H>  to thoujianda of such suffering: women.  Why tWtyouUry ilif you need auch a  tiodiclnf������?  Cripples Who Have Won Renown  Many persons, crippled In early uge,  havo, notwithstanding tholr Infirmity,  niiulu a namo I'or themselves in tho  history of tho world.'  Tlio notorious, or famous, according  to the point of view, Fronch states-;  mnn Talloyrund, tho frlond oi! Napol-I  eon, and i'or a tlnio Kronch Ambus-1  sailor at  tlio    Englhih    court,    was i  through nn ai.e.lftonl whon  ono year!  old, rendered a cripple for lifo.   lllsi  cuimin,',, cleverness, political ponntrtv-i  tlon, adroit Intrigues, and  ingenious;  Hiibtorl'ugeii wore vohomently opposed  by tlio omporor'H wlfo Josephine, who  t'liiM'gotlcally    dniioiiticotl    lilm   u������ a  "ciirsiid crlpplo,"  llot.li Lord Byron nnd Sir Wultor  Scott wero liimo, Sir Walter's lamo-  iicjhh was imimod by a kick from a  horso whon noting uh oimrtormiiHlur  of iho  Killiibiirgli Light Cavalry.  Mi-H, Drowning, tlio illtuingiilii'iPr]  KngllHh pooloHH, wiih of ;t doilcato  constitutinn, and novor onjoyod robust lionlth, Nor Hiil't'orlngH wore duo  to nn accident which happened In lior  Hlxtiiimlh your, Shu was one day try-  Ig to middle hor pony In a Hold whon  nlm toll with tho Hiufdlo upon hev, hi-  rjiirrliii; un Injury to the splno, Tho  aftor affoclH woro so sorloun that for  i yeiii-H hIio luul to roclluo on hor bat;k,  In ovory walk of lifo, crippled pt-r-  hoiih hnvo won renown, nnd provou  ci.'-i  ihrdr infirmity linu hv tin iimniiH  Hard  Labor  Wilson nnrrott, the celebrated actor,   used  to  toll an  amusing  story  jugtiliiHl himself.   At a timo when ho  I had a lot   of   workmen redecorating  jhls  private  residence,    thinking    to  i glvo thom a treat, ho nsked If, after  I'work ono ovonlng, thoy would llko to  have scats io go and soo hlni play In  "Thc Lights o' London" at the Princess theatre   Thoy fiatd  (hoy didn't  mind If thoy did, and, boing' r.ompll-  lnrntury tlnUols, nil wont on a Satnr-  dny niglil to sou their employer's per-  formitnco. ���������  At tlio ond of thn wool: Barret's  oy con ii glil Hlpht of thin Itnni againm  oiioh workman's nnmo on the pay  (timet: "Saturday night, Four hours  ovortlmo at PrlnooHH tliniitro, olgl.t  Hlillllnga,"  Astonishing Improvement In Hearing,  Edward    Gregory,    Engineer,  Gives Information Free  Worms aro onroiirngod hy morbid  conditions of the slomncli nnd howola  nnd ho Hiilmlfit, Miller's Worm Pow-  dors will altor those conditions almost  Immoillutnly nnd wlll drive tlio worms  nwny. No destructive puriiRltc cnn  llvo In contact with this modlcliiii,  which Is not only a worm destroyer,  hut n health-giving uiodlclno mont  bonollclnl to tho young constitution,  and uu such il htm no Htiporlor.  Good Salaries in the Army and Navy  A British Hold-marshal never retires from tho army, He may bo  placed on half r.ny. but is slill bomo  on tho active list. By the regulations tliero must not ho more than  olght flold-marfilialfi receiving pay as  suclr, thnt ls, exclusive of honorary  llold-mnrshulR, such as foreign kings,  emperors, and princes. Of Iho eight  regular field-marshals two mutt ho  suicctnd from tho Indian nrmy. Tho  position of Hold-mars luil is a groat  ono The !'\M. commander-in-chief'in  thn Moilltorninenn gets $2r.,nno a ypnr.  Pi'obahlv a tlold-mnrshal actively om-  ployod will got ut least J'lA.fiOn u year.  This Is hotter than the pay of nn admiral of tho llnot, who may ho R.iid  to ho a nnvui llold-murshnl, und gets  only a UUln over Sin.oni) n year, exclusive of nllownncoH,  Biggest Coin Ever Struck  ~~OtlB~j5f tiTe~"iarg"e^c���������coiivsA^over���������  struck, 23 V_ in. by 13 in., has come  into th- 'possession of the American  Numismatic Society. The piece ifl  copper. It was coined in Sweden -in  IGfii) and had an intrinsic value of  about ������5.25. As a numismatic rarity  it is said to bo worth at present at  least i500. -  It is a rectangular Ingot with five-  large   round   stamps   pumhed   iii   it.  Each corner stamp carries tho Swedish crown, with Uie date. Around tlio  edge  is  tho  inscription    of  Caroluai,  Gustavtis X., tho reigning king. /  This coin was struck at Avesta,  Sweden.- Whe������ ir*n* from tho mini  it fell overboard ia the harbor ������t  Riga, Hiussi*, frtm which a di-etlgo  brought it up teu years ago, Cuina  of tho kind \rer������ ctll.tl "plate money."  Sweden, turned mien* out almost continuously _������r Ill y_*j-s,  Once IIS l>rou_e mmhoii were molted down and turted iilo'8(i,7(i(i fioiuu,  but tho main purpose in minting tlie  pieces w������ to lad tn outlet for tho  Swodlsk ������*t.ir iimiw wiiliout depreciating tk������ valio ol' tlie molal.  bo  "What natlMiJkr would a bitby  if it were lioi'a o* Hi. acean?"  "Woll, that, dM������', would depend en  lho country from wkJch its uivtuor  mid father c������������������,"  "Oh," said little Mary, "but s'pofrims  It Wasn't trarrtine will* Its viaftar  and fat;.������r; i't*ii*s'it was just traveling with Ui awitle?"���������Cauadifto  Courier.  \  "What Is Ortemm warrylng nbont,  his debts!"  "No; bncanae lie Is iiuiihlo to o*������-  trnct new ���������*���������������,"������������������&*. I ou, Tran.ioit^t  uses  a  prepare���������v  hlnilnrod  iaiiio,  tholr i'I ho   up tho liuldor oi  W. N. U. 1024  Fine Old Dull Kills 18 Germans  Tlio Potlt Pfirlslfti prints u story of  a hull which killed IS (lormntiH,   it  nnwurs  thnt   when   lho   poiiHuntfl   in  lho   neighborhood   ol   Su/ano    woro  wnrnod ot tho api ronch of tho tier-  rnunH thoy opened lho riiIoh of Uio  caltlo pons und ondoavorod to   drlvo  tho cuttle to a placo of Hiifoty,   One  onnrmmiH bull,  it In snid,  locoming  enrage,* by lho nound of tho cannon'  tiro  hrnl'M  nwny    nnd  rhiiri������od    tlm.'  (iormaiiH who looked on lu Htupofuc-!  lion, believing it wan hoiils trick ofj  tho  Krorwh.    At.  lho  first  da Mi   ihu\  bull  gored  six, throwing thom high i  In lho nlr.   OHiors flhot and wounded  tb ft niiiiiiiil, wliich, hownvor, Rorcxl a|  dozen moro before succumbing.        j  "hlft ynu ami   our wlfo ovor agreo,." j  "\c-rt, onu: v,U-u thu Itimiiu eausiYv,  flro nm   both triod to got out oi tho j  Mum- door nt lliu namo tlnio,"���������-Phils.-1  dolphin Ledger, i  Olmorvn fho blotter, hor 11. nonlin  Up words and uootlu of othor folks:  'V'..s..i .il.i/'.v.i Ih' re. v.j* tr, inn <\'wt v.vj  In nil details, but wrong nido to,"  ���������-Judgo,  A wily young widow named Weed,  An grnooful nnd slim aa a rood,  Slghod, "l-'or poor darling Jnclc  T Hhnll nlwnyH wonr lilark  (For   It's   verv   becoming,   Inlood).  ���������Jiicljje.  Corroborative Evidence  Tho Unbeliever (uftor the splr'tunj.  1st fionnco)~~Sur ly ynu don't bollcvo  Unit tho spirit of your dead husband  upRot that furniture?  TI'.cs   Widow    W'.'ll.   I   ftnn't   know,  Cc-orgn wiih dreadfully dunmy.  A Ciu.adlaii tigl cor who had on*  troublo for yonr* finally became so  donf ho could not hear the sound of  a Htoiim engine, IioIIm or voices. After  vainly seeking relief ho was compelled  to glvo up his position. Ills c-iifio Heon)-  oil hopeless. Ills dPitfiiosH wiih ng*  gr.ivuted by head disturbances, dry  catnrrh, norvotiBiioBs and despondency,  Tc tho surprise of all, ho bognn to  hoar nnd continued Improving until ho  could tlflton to conversations, count  hoar n train at a distanco r.nd ovon  lho flinging of tho birds iu, we noes.  (lit, h������J.ul (ah iiL'i'iia beo'ime 1r:unj"i'.  lie got hia posit Ion back ngn.n  This was no miracle; no surgery, uo  artificial hearing dcivlcc.v, no electric  nppiirnttiH, no loss of tlnio.  Anyone can obtain particulars froo  ,'  I ..in        ,.,.,.       H- r- t  Wi     'VtiHlil'tA    Vt>    i ������������������.������"���������������-1  *���������    '..'   <-."..'.    ......  I'ortos St., Jnmitiea Plain, Mass.  Sore  Eyes  Granulated Eyelids,  V-ytt if.ll.iiii.il by .iq.o,  sure to Sun, Dusfand Wind  ouickly relieved by Murine  t)eRtnt*iy. NoSnunire,  fin������ Eye Comfort, At  your Drunk?150c. prr Jtotile. Murine E)_  SalveinTube������2ic. ForfidftfcelilieEyerrteatlc  Vnigc'im or Murine Eye Hemedy Ce., Chicle  The Retort Courteous  ! Tho Into .Joseph Clinmborlnlii onco  said that thn mos*; courteous i lecttev,.  i retort ho ever hoard of dato I from  ,���������),��������� thin- v.!i:u "t"''ff--ms worn fir  I moro roiiKlwind-.uniblo Hum they  ' -m* now,  ' Thitltorny nan ono o������ tbe eanfth  dates and a few unyn before tbo poll-  iiiK bi-Kiin ho xiet his ttpvmcni on  tho Htroot nnd Mopped to talk. Aftor  a few minutes' convorHiulon thc opponent propnred to depart, nayliiB a������  he moved off:  j    "Welt, mny thr- bi-itt m;������n wint"  '   "Oh, I hopo not!" replied Thackeray courteously.  Making n Soldier  Kitchener's   wnr    school  twonty-slx wonks' courso to  man  to be shot over.    This  onuses  linimtloiico nmoiic the patr'lotn nnd at  Iho Htiinn timo euros It,   Kvery yonnt.  man lhat onllstod for tho Hpnnlnh war  exported that ho wctild ho flnnppliiic   t  tho   foe   as fust   nH n uteiinior could  talc   him  to Cuba, nnd  undnublnilly  tho sumo spirit provnlls In  1'hu.ln.ul.  Hut Kltclmnor knows tho folly of send-  Ini.   untrained  men   Into    the    field -,  iiKiiliiHl huoIi n machine as tho K������1h- ���������  or's.    The HnplUh clorlt, hihIiIiik   ol  tho colors, Is (.ottliil! nt Alileisliol a  tnste of the discipline, which nine e tlm,  Sirdar tnaBter of Ktfypt,���������Now Vork.  P/ohb. i  WMho mot hern who know the virtues  of Mother ti raven' Worm Kxtormtii.itnr  ttlvnys have It at hand, becauso it  |>4un.>   A. "i't  "My  himhnnd'H   very   poly,   niuiii,  very  po'ly,' wild   the  wasbenvoninn..  "We'*  Rot  the  exclamatory rhoiima-  tlHin.' i  "Vou menn Inllnmmnlory. Mnrtlia.  Wrl'irr-it'-"' moons lo erv out."  "Vfls.'rn," replied Mnriiui wn'n conviction, "lliifn wbnt it is. Ho hollers nil do time."���������Houston Chronlcio  Breakfasts  of "Other Days"  ran something UJce this:  I lam, k������������M or s^isntjc;  fried jrmtflhx*; ������!<i������ui*Jj������u!s nud  coffee ��������� ���������HTftn'cd by ovor-  worked awtkws.  Toda/'fl Mill  TftJMCefrtfrV's  . Breakfast*  run about Mice flkis:  J  .Maniiiin���������Johnny, .see tlmt. you Rive  l.thol the llon'n sharej of that orniiKo.  Johnny���������Yofl'm.  r-Ttltol "Mnnimn, that's all rlerhf.  LinriB don't eat oraiifcoiL���������Kinaaa 'Jily  Times.  "noes your husbnnd play card* (or  money?"  "! don't think an." replied jourife  Mrs. Torktns. "nut thoso wbo play  with him do."���������Tll-nits.  Cuxiouu'.r   Flow  rnondd?   Fre������h'/  Clerk���������No'm; stilted  aro yonr nnltoft ai-  -Judge  Fcst  Toasties  ������������������with cream. or fruits; a  poached cf-ji or two; crisp  toast; and a cup of Pontum���������  a roynl stnrtcr for any day.  Quick, ensy to serve,  op*  peti/.uitf, and  "Motlicr" luis ft easier!  ���������sold by grocers  Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.,  Windsor, Oat. r7jg$|}iffi  i^*MMM*L>������n������ttw^t(|wm|tr}wt iM^vi* RgHjwsfrtfcJ  **-^*.������������^iia.,*tac^T������,*ur,>i^  b  #  THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  m  T  -y  I i.i  '������ i  i  \A  ii  '<���������%  i '3  %  ">-i  i  .���������-���������j  .=  , MRS. \A.-SAICH, ejf  Cannington Manor, Sask.,  Writes:���������"My brother suffered severely ..from eczema.  The sores were very extensive, and burned like coals  into his llesh,- Zam-Buk took  out all the fire, and quickly  gave him ease. Within three.  weeks of commencing with  Zam-Buk treatment, every  sore had been cured,"  '.. This is but one of lite many  letters wc nro constantly receiving  from people who have proved the  healing powers of JJsim-buk. For  eczema, piles, sores, burns, cuts  nnd nil shin troubles there is  nothing like this wonderful balm,  No skin disease should be considered incurable until Zam-Buk  has been tried.  All Drucgish, 50c. per Box.  Refuse Substitutes.  THE JOHN INGLIS CO.,  LIMITED,    :..  engineers & mummi  r  The  British  Lion ,Has  Wakened  Up  From the London papers arriving  lt is plain that the response to the  call-for volunteers, was at first slow,  ���������painfully slow, But yesterday Mr.-  A.squith announced that 300,000. had  ���������uiisted.������ In two days 50.0Q0 . men  haves' come forward. The tide has  evidently turned and ..the army of a  million which Kitchener is understood  to want is likely to be under training  soon. * ,  The secrecy of tho war operations  probably had something to. do with  tho hesitation at, first exhibited. To  S* to fight no one knows where, under a pall of mystery, is not alluring.  "A war is like a fog" is the fayorito  Loudon description of the way the  European struggle is 'conducted. Also, there was plainly a''slowness to  renlizo the gravity of the contest,  tho' urgoncy of the need.' Theso quotations from a letter by William J.  Locke, tho novelist, In tho Pall .Mall  fiiwelte, will give tho host idea of  tlio early days of enlistment:  "It Is time that a tromcndotis,.trutli  should be boldly stated. No patriotic  mnn or'woman can have failed to  stand' aghast at the inadequate response to Lord Kitchener's summons  to Britain's , manhood, Ono would  have thought that at such a trumpet  cull a million mon had leaped forth  on tho instant, eager to defend their  country in its hour of need. A million men,' one would havo thought;  but now wo have but'a bare'hundred  thousand, a meagro hundred.. thousand.  "Pools still -walk the streets who  sny ' that the war is unpopular with  certain sections of tlio community.' As  well may thoy cay that when their  house is^on fire the blazing rafters  are unpopular. ,  i, "l appeal to the press to drive home  to  !&M0Y  WINTER  Prof. Frankland demonstrates that COD LIVER OIL  generates more body-heat  than anything else..  In SCOTT'S EMULSION the  pure oil is so prepared that the.  blood, profits from  every drop,  while it fortifies throat and lungs.  If you aro subject to cold hand,  or fact; ifyou sin'ver and catch cold  eauily: tako SCOTT'S EMULSION  for ona month and watch Its good  effects,  H-10       REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.  ������������������fs������lflotr-.n-..*own.������* ton^N.i ovqnt; mo .  Eye of a Submarine  The great "fault of the early submarine was that''they could not see  once thoy Were uelow the. surface of  the .water. The invention of tho  periscope altered all tliat. and gavo  Uio modern, submarine tt marvellous  eye by means o������ which it could seo  over the surface of tho ocean, though  the body of the submarino is "completely below the'waves. The eye of  the submarino s a straight, hollow  tube starting from the steering chamber of tho vessel, and projecting above  tho surface of the .waves when the  boat is submerged. ���������  As the periscope is only a mutter of  6 Indies in diameter, and'only projects  some IS.inches above, the waves, it is  a most difficult thing to "see it hy an  enemy--- Us total length is about lu  feet. Tho submarine's oyo is really a  combination of telescope, and camera  obscura. At the top is a powerful  lens, and inside, nt intervals all the  way down, is a series of mirrors which  carry tho rollectlon of whnt Is above  the surface to thc watcher iu the  submarine 15 feet, below.  . A French Hero's Death  Eighteen-year-old Corporal Lupin,  who served'in tho regiment of Major  Jeanne, wounded during the heroic defense of Liege, will henceforth hold a  place in Belgian history as high as  that accorded any individual. Corporal  Lupin gave his life to his country. The  Germans " to whom'' he gavo his life  paid for it with the annihilation of a  battery of field artillery, horse'' and  men, and the decisive defeat ,6t' an attacking column of infantry. Major  Joanne tells the following story of  Corporal Lupin's heroism:  "We were on the right bank c* the,'  Meus 3 at Bellaire, in close touch with |  the German battery. The musketry, on  both sides was terrible.  .,-*,,     .        ,- ,,     _    , _, ...   uulii. asmcii wao iciuuiu,    All at once  the laboring classes .the fact that  the Germans adopted new tactics, they  he British empire is .on Are ami that������seemed to wlUldraw from thelr posl.  if they do not stir to quench it they, tion . and   we   cou]d distinctly notice  Engines of all kinds, Boilers of all  kinds, Plumbing Machinery,  Tanks, Heavy Flate'Work, etc.���������  Write for prices.  U STRACHAN AVE.,  "       ^^"    CMDT  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If yumed'ouT or sours 'uun iiuwn" 'got the uuues'.  BL'KFliK from KIUNUY, DLADOKK, NKKVOUS IIISKASKSi,  CHRONIC WliAKNKSSiULCKKS,SKIN KKUI'r[ONS,P|I.l-.S,  write for FltCiE CI.ri.il 11..UNI) MiiuiK.M, HOOK ON  theso clise.-i-.es anil WONDKR. ul CURBS effected by  THEN������WFR������NCH KEIWEDY. Hoi He'lli.d  THIERAPIONJSiWil'G-  the remedy for your own ailment. Absolutely FREE  No'follow up circulars. No utilisations. Ull. l.l:Cl.K,(C  Ml'.ll C(J,llAVI'.HSl-OCKKlI.ll(\MI'Sn:.M) LONDON.ESG  WE WANT TO PHOVIl TIII-'KAPION WILL CUKli YOU,  Children Teething  BABY IS VCF1Y COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS DURING THE TEETHING     ,  ���������      PERIOD.   THANKS TO  'Mrs. Winslow's  "Soothing Syrup  PUR^'.Y VFft"T������-i,<3l.K���������WOT NAROOTir*  PATENTS  '   Feathorstonluuisli & Co., head olTIco,  IKlnR street east, Toronto', OaniWia. ������������������  Less Costly  Alternative  You should tnko throe or four eggs  dnlly for a month'tb build you np.  But doctor, I cannot afford that.  Woll, thon, you must tunc a trip.fo  ^Europe  ���������Mlr.nrd'8 Liniment Cures Dandruff,  AccortlltiR to a census bulletin giv  ;ln& snmo dentils of Canada's farthcist  north population, tlioro nro somo six  ;iitindred Kslilmos in UiiKitva, Oh tho  .cast coast of Hudson Hay, and on lho  ���������wont coa.it and in tlio (Miurclilll dis-  ���������trie* the toft' population ls Riven as  1.C88, of whom 1,������00 nro I'lsklmos, 180  'Jiullnns, 21 linlf-brot'ils'iiml 'i'i whiles.  When I.ollowny'8 Corn Curo Is iip*  plied to a corn or wart It kills tho  ���������mots and tho callosity comos out without" Injury lo tlio llosh.  will perish in dishonor and degraded  misery beneath its ruins."  Mr. Locke seemed to think that the  hanging back was chiefly on the part  of the "laboring classes", trained in  the Koir Hardie' school of thought.  Hut there is equal indignation in the  papers against the "thousands of  able-bodied men loafing at the seaside  and on the cricket ileitis." The triun  seems rather to lie in the historic  lethargy of the British character,  which will not be roused until it A  ready. A recruiting sergeant spoke  to the point when he said: "Wait  till we get one in' the eye and then  see the boys roll in."  This is evidently the .exact way  John Bull acted. Once the setbacks  on the Continent became plain and  the British losses were published recruits, flocked to the colors. ' At the  present rate there will be little com-  plant of "slackers" in the days to  come.���������New York Tribune.  their ranks splitting as. if in .great  confusion. ,lt was only to bring up  more artillery, which1 had boen rushing from behind. .The move was  smartly executed, the ranks, closed  again, and for a time they, seerred as  if thoy were going to havo the advantage over us. But now, again, young  Lupin.had seen his chance looming,  and" what he did altogether changed  the face of things. Like a flash of  lightning the boy dashed off under  cover of a ditch to the left of the  German battery. At 300 metres distanco he found shelter behind a wall.  He took aim at the battery in enfilade,  and his Mauser brought down in quick  succession the chief officer, the under,  officers . and ��������� .he- artillerymen. This  time real confusion took place at the  German battery, which was nearly  silenced. The Germans thinking that  a whole platoon,was now attacking  them, directed their last piece of artillery on "the wall, and-with a terrific  crash tin wall* came down, burying the  brave . Corporal Lupin. The boy's  weakened   the German  When the Liver  Gets Torpid  There is Nothing Like Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills to Setjt Right  Mrs. C. L. Cook, 248 Teuth street,  Brandon, Man., writes: "I have used  Dr.. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills for the  last four years for liver trouble, and  can say that I have had great satisfaction and help from them. I find  that I do not need any doctor if I use  them when tlie liver gets torpid, and  believe that they are exactly suited  for my. case. My husband .has used  them for kidney troublo with good  results, and my daughter in. Winnipeg  has been helped a great deal by the  An Always Ready Pill.���������To those ?f  regular habit, medicine is^of little con- bravery had  corn, b"utTlfe"Tiir_onty^"f~m~e"n^  of regular habit. The worry and cares  to scatter them-and put another vie-  of business prevent it? and but of :he ."tory on our list"  irregularity of life comes  dyspepsia,  Indigestion, liver and kidney troubles  as a  protest.--   The run-down  system  d'Omands  a  corrective and    there is  none Abettor  than   Parmelee's   Vegetable P'lls?  They'aro simplein their  composition and can be taken by the  most delicately constituted.  Government    to    Pay Transportation  .Sir Georgo Foster,-, minister of  trade nnd commerce, has mado arrangements whereby the government  will pay the cost of transportation on  small contributions' of oats, etc.,  Regimental   Dog   Saved   Soldier  The Petit Journal publishes a story,  from*a Le Mans correspondent telling  liow an infantry soldier from tliat  town was saved by -the rigemental  dog.  Wounded thrice in the battle of the  Marne? the soldier lay in a faint ou  a heap of corpses when Tom, the ie-  gimental pet, revived him .iy licking  his face.  Tho animal had been trained to  carry caps, and the soldier, having  lost his cap, tried to persuade tho-dog  Christian Endeavor Type  Some  Incidents  Illustrating Christian  Manhood and Womanhood ,  There is a,recognized type of W. C.  T. U. women.-5,, There is a recognized  typo of Y.M.C.A. young mon. There is"  a recognized type of Gideon. Any' organization that vitally impresses itself  upon the world builds up a marked  type of character in its followers. Such  an organization certainly is the  Christian Endeavor society, and Christian Endeavors have a number of well-  marked characteristics. 1 can best exhibit them by a number of illustrations.  There was a Chinese Endeavorer in  Salt- Lako City. Ho was troubled by  tho constant gambling which was the  curse of his Chineso friends, eating  up their savings ana debauching thoir  manhood. Taking his Ufo in his  hands ho prosecuted four Chinoso  gambling houses and shut them up.  Tho gamblers had thoir revenge. They  persecuted him bitterly and cruelly,  and threatened'to kill lilm,'Nevertheless, with tears streaming down' his  cheeks, ho cried, "That gamble must  stop, if I dio!"  In  Troy,' N.Y.,  stands    a" portrait  monument of Robert Hoss. Ilo was a  young man, a  Christian  Endeavorer,  deeply interested in political reform.  His  interest did  not stop    short of  deeds/   ln a heated campaign, when '  men wore using.all kinds    of illegal;  methods, he took his stand beside the I  ballot box and.joldly .challenged'the'  repeaters and doso that had no riglit,  to vote at all. While he was about this,  civic task an angry ward-heeler aimed  his  revolver  at  liim and  shot    him  doad. ' i  Tho present national citizenship'  superintendent of Christian Endeavor,  societies is Daniel A. Poling. During  the. last-election "he was prohibition  candidate for. governor of Ohio���������one  of Avo Christian Endeavor candidates  for governor in that election Mn live  ifflinftwuniftiftii  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That's Why YouW Tired���������Out ol  Sort.���������Have no Appetite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS,  will put you riglit  in a lew days  They do  their duly,  Cure  Constipation,  at  ��������� iv.  CARTER^  bsittle  llVEK  wkBBBkS  Biliousness, Indigestion, and'Sitk Headache.  Small Pill, Smalt Doio, Small Price. ,  Genuine must bear Signature .  WVW  jjhipfair Grain  To  WIRE us your Grain is  coming, and we'll sell the  carloads at the day's price.  No elevator charges���������honest grading���������highest net  returns. Liberal Advances. 2  Writo us for folder as to our  mcthods&weckly market letter.  LeITCH BROS.  FLOUR MILLS  240^ GRAIN EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  use.,of these pills. 'We say wo caa't  -^?*iioufi?������ W!^?"iltl.!e,-l' *"CJ ������?v!_ !.sTaterandwof"differenVWpolRicaV par"  t^es^ kut alj  ^ clean    government..;  cheated the doctors here out of a  good many visits. I think Dr. Chase's  medicines are just the thing, and have  recommended them to many people  who have used them with good results," '  By keeping the -liver active and the  bowels regular Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills prevent and cure such disorders as biliousness, constipation,  chronic indigestion and headache,  pill a dose, 25C a box, '5 'for $1.00;  all dealers, of Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Limited, Toronto.  New Infaitry Training  .. In military- circles the convistion  prevails that the new infantry training now being 'usei?. ln England for  the' second army and said to je .n  force among the,..British troops on the I The raspberry growers'around  Poling  was. probably   the    youngest;  man that ever v/as gubernatorial can- j  didate in any State.   He hire;, an auto-1  mobile,     made  a  most  remaritabie ���������  .speaking tour all over the State, and  with his splendid oratory won so many  votes that he far exceeded the record,  of his party in Ohio.   Moreover, he is'  as great a favorite.,as a speaker for  the   Anti-Saloon1 League   as   for  the  Prohibition party, and has done more :  than  any  one   else   to   bring   about j  the   present  union   of    temperance I  forces in the United States. He is a,  fine athlete and a most lovable fellow  as well as a speaker ahd organizer of  the first, rank. ,  -. ;  A Chinese Christian Endeavorer in  California owned  a  raspberry  patch.'  him  continent of Eurjpe also? is  'j be enm-1 were  in  the'habit of  packing  their  menced in Canada ti.is wintor. It, em  bodies a'number of changes, the principal of wliich is-the doubling ft" the  'strength^'of-the-companies-and-  ***** I���������i  41 ii*-1-  MRS. NEWLYWED SAYS-  "I can't imagine how you  manage to be dressed by the  time your husband conies  home on a washday."  Mrs. Wiseneighbor: Says-  ,' '*  "I use an Eddy "Globe"  Washboard/and an Eddy Indurated FibrewareTub which  keeps the water warm a long  time."���������No fear of riist.  all  given by Canadia.i farmers to th-* war  _0 "take ills'knapsack to Tlie encamp"-  office.-   Theso gifts havo been, made  ment.   After a while Tom seemed to  more ��������� artiqularly by the farmers of  Ontario, The government has been  advised that they are very much -appreciated by the Imperial authorities.  The Panama Canal  "The political  importance of    the  Panama Canal," otiys a German writer,     "is  greater  than   its  economic  realize what' wns wanted. He ran  to the camp, seized the coat ,of the  neares*. man, and tried to drag him  to the battlefield.  Finally they followed the dog a*d  found theii wounded comrade.       '   *?  . Chaplain  Silver,    of    the    United  Statos. Military Academy,   tells   this  value; it was built, not primarily as a. story  trado routo, out aa ah instrument of i A wind was blowing tho sand about  war. Without tho canal tho United down at tho manoeuvre camp at Tax-  States could only arrange for adequate iih City, and a good deal of it Rifted  protection  to  both  Its  Atlantic and   Into ono of tho kitchons, Of course  Pacific coasts by moans of two (loots;;  upon tho completion of the canal a  transfer of oiu Hoot or a part of It  from ono ocoan to tho other wilt  be a matter of hut n fow hours,  wherons it formerly took many wooks.  MinJro���������Would you nmrry a spendthrift, my dour?  Mnrjorlo���������It wouldn't bo ho hnd If  !lio woro JtiHt Blurting out on hln  ���������ciu'our.  "Sav, Chlmnilo, what yor nuppOHC  .dat giiy Aladdin did whon ho rtibbotl  UiIh lamp nnd nr pnlnco npruar ������!>?"  "Ilo nibbed hiu linnpH tor seo lf li.  ���������wa-Hr't dreamln', of course,"��������� Hoston  'Transcript.  Old Party���������I mippoHO yer pop Ib a  Tloh man'.'  Lulu-���������Woll, Iio'h got M of uh lcldn  .and ho miyH, ,ho wouldn't take a mil-  '_!vU fcr nn" ono of \\������    C\h   my  yoq  How's This?  We offer One Hundreo Dollarn Reward for any cpbo of Catarrh that  cannot bo curod by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.  F, J, Cl!WRY & OO. roU'ita. o,  We, the unilorHlimocl, have known F. J,  (.ihciney for the lout 15 ycni-H, und l*i������l|i������v������  lilm pM-footly hnnornbln In all business  ii'nnnnctliinw nnd tlnnnoliilly able to curry  out nny obllffiitioiiH mndo by hln firm.  NATIONAL HANK OK COMMKnCIB,  Toledo, O,  irnll'n Ontarih Cure It lakon IntPinalr  ly, ���������.aline directly upon the blood und niu������  ootiH Hurfiifon of the nyHiem, Tentlinon*  InlH non! free, ^rlci*, 75 oont������ per bottl*.  4nld hy  ull Di'diWlRtH.  Take Haiti Family i'llli for coiutlp*  tlon,  somo of it got into the lood.  ��������� A lieutenant inspecting during tho  moss hour, hoard ono. man grumbling  "Did you enter the arriiy to serve your  country or to grumble?" ho 'demanded sternly. ���������  Th man stood up, saluted and replied: "I enlisted co servo my country,  sir, not to oat It,"      '  fruit on Sunday ready for the Monday .  market, as .the raspberry is a particu-''  larly perishable fruit. This Chinese  i3ridea"vorerplvowever~refused-to"-paek���������  ing,the company drill into a miniature | his herries on Sunday, and his berries'-'  of what is  now battalion  drill, .       | lasted longer than    one    others and  A compapy, of -he Canadian militia, ��������� brought a dollar- more a crate.'  on. peace footing, consist of about (iJ'    When the Maine blew up in Havana  men, and 125 at. war strength.    The  harbor, among the slain was a very  i.ew regulations increase this to ���������.20.0,  noble Endeavorer,. Carlton I-I, .Jencks.!  new company of 250 to be divided into  He had  served  on several '-warships; '  4 platoons of 60 men each, these .ha-" where he had'organized .'Christian i_n--Shows  ing commrnded by captains.with Uie. ,ieavpr societies'1 alnong the men.    In  BUT BE SURE= THEY'RE  usual complement of subalterns, The  companies, of. 250 will be ...commanded  by majors. .   ���������  Minard's  where.'  Llnimtnt for  sale  every-  What is Coming to Him,  "lOnglish persistence and French  clash together have given the German  War Lord a set back. Me has 1 a.d .\  tnstJ In the last-few days of what is  coming to him even more completely  at some future time,    fie will learn  thon thnt his military arm is just as i night  much of a broken reed as his diplo-iftnd throat on oil hor, but in vain. After  matic arm already has proved itself hor marriage she stood  ort for tho  Where Switzerland Stands  A picture postcard which is said  Nagasaki, .Tnpan, he hnd helped great-- to be all the rage in Switzerland just  ly.t.o establish a Christinii Endeavor now shows.cicurly the spirit nt pres-  home for sailors���������a much-needed insti- out animating the land-locked ltepub-  tution. The evening before tho terrible  lie.    -      . ���������  cattistror-lio Jencks was the lender,of      The   postcard   bears   the    legend,  a Cliristinn Endeavor prayer meeting  "The  Kaiser  in  the  country  of the  on hoard the Maine, and his last words   best rifle-shots," ���������  in conducting this mooting were most -,   ]t shows a conventional caricature  s'irnincnnt, "I am ready," ��������� 0f ^e Gorman    Emperor,   helmeted,  Over In China a native girl, whose spurred, and high-booted,' with u hand  name means "Mr-iye Virtue," wns on the hijt of his big sword. Ho ia"  nbout to be married, b"t refused to looking with stupafaction at a 8im,)ie  take nnrt in the usual idolatrous core- Swiss soldier, in his plain Federal mil-  monies. All oni> dny nnd fnr into the form, carrying a rillo, In the back-  hor rolntives pleaded with hor  ground Is a musketry target, showing  to be."-���������New York Press.  "Will I got everything I pray for,  siuimma?"'  Mothor      (cautiously)���������Rrerytk Ing  that's good for you, dear.  ,   Mnjorlo; (dlflgiiHtodly)���������Oh,    wfctt's  tho uso, thon?   I got that anyway.���������-  Lifo.  NOT ->RUGB  Food Old  It  The SlrnMburg Prophecy  Tho Prophecy of StrnHHhnrg Ih woll  known both In Uormtuiy nnd Franco.  Tlio victories of 1870 which It foro-  ��������� rid, mado It popular across the llliino,  but It Is equally droud ������lnco lt an-  "tho Gorniuu ompiro will  After using laxntlvo   nntl ������Atliartfc  moillclnos from   childhood   a c������������t������ oi  . I chronic constlpiulon   yielded   U   the  1 scientific food, Gnipo-Niita, in a few  t.uys.  "From oarly childhood I tuttereft  with 8tic]i terrible constipation (kit I  had to use laxatives contlnuoialy _,o-  lug from one drug to another and Buffering moro or loss nil tlio tlnift.  "A prominent phyHlclnn whr������i 1  consulted told mO tho muscles of Uu  digestive organs were wonueueil haA  xcrtH thut  come to nn ond under Its third Ituiaur, cou.-Tn'ot pt^'onii'^lioIrTvork'wUhout  after u Runorntlon nnd a halt trom  hoI,, of Bomc kImji B() -j Imvo lrle(j Bl  Its foundation."  Now a Ronerntlon nnd a Imlf In for-  ty-llvo yonrs, wo nro therefore within  <\ tr.������' ntonlh" nt tlio fntnl ilntn. 1'HR.  Moreover, tho prophecy clearly do-  cinrori mul the la������t lutein ami coin-  ploto collapso of the ompiro of Uo-  honzollern will tnko place In Westphalia hotweon  1 latum  and  Utiiin.  Minard's Llnltnert Relieves Neuralgia.  different times about evury laxative  and ��������� cathartic: known, hul. found    *  BABY'S OWN'TABIEIS  .   USED FOR YEARS  Whon a mothor uses only one medicine as long ns tliero are little ones  In tlio homo It certainly boars grand  testimony to the vnluo of that particular romedy, Thousands of mothers uso  nothing olso but Ilaby's Own Tnblots.  Concerning them Mrs. M. Loblnnc,  Mom rn m'cook West, N,f),, writes: "1  have used liaby's Own Tablets for my  little ones for tho past ton yonrs .inc.  know of nothing to equal (horn during toothing timo or for colic, constipation and Indigestion. All my noigli-  Ivors who hnvo useu thom think ns I  do." Tlm Tnhlnls nro sold by modi-  elm.' doalern or hy mall nt 2fi cents it  box from The Or, Wllliiuns' Modlclno  Co,, Hroclcvlllo, Onl.  Equality  of  Sex  Thorn I.s a lltllo girl in NprlnguVM.  .Inswtu.hum'ttH, .vho, IIUu nu y of  her sex, runouts lho linputntlc that  tho feminine mind Is not ho strong i.s  Hi������ niiiHculliio,  One dny lior mother rcmiiirhoil f,n  tin1 apimi'iMil. Inck of Inti'lllgntici! In a  lion,  "You can't le.-.cli a lien anything,"  8hc said, "Tlicy hnvo donn more  Itirm to lho giti'ilou than n drovo ot  tMttl* would do. Von cnn tench,a cat,  a dor, ur a pig omt'lliiiig, but a hui  ���������never."  OrlRtlnn Rnhbnth. When hor cross  old mothor-ln-lnw would not let hor  hnvo money nnongh for her ferry fnro  ovor to tho PhrisMnn Endenvor mooting plnco, Iht Cliristinn Endeavor  frlnnrtu paid thn wny. At lnst flio oven  ii"rted n Chrlstl-m school in lior own  liouf-o, nnd a church hnR grown out. of  it. |  iniiRti>n(|ons  liko  thopo  mlirht    be!  rrlvon lltr-nlly by the hundred. Thoy  wo"hl cnnr-nni your'-p- mon nnd young  women ntvi hoys nml rrlrln, Tlmy would  picturo whites nnd  blinds nnd    rod  nnd vn'low, tlio vonn" tinnnlo of ov*ry  rot'niry "nd nvorv clime, All ovor the  world tho Cliristinn Ende-ivor tvpo ih ;  tho snmo,   It Is hnivo nnd rtnvntnil, ft1  is snun nnd nonsMilo. It, Is Intelligent  iin'i t>irt������ro*Hh'o,   n Is onnnr.craloft nnd  'fnliMnl.  It  U  consclcpllniiR  nnd  do-  tfvtnlnp'l,    Ahn������-f nil,  It   Is  fervently  ti'i'l  loynllv  HirWl'Ml. ' !  Such n Ivno of olinrtictnr Is woll  worth nnniotnilliig and multiplying  In llm earth.  u hit full in the centre of the bull's-  oyo.  "And, so, my son," snys the bombastic     William, "thoro aro a hundred  thousand  shots like.you ln  Switzerland.   But suppose 1 como with two-  hundred   thousand   Prussians?"  "In that case, your mnjoHty," re-  plios tho Swiss, "wo shall oach of ub  flro two shots."  Mni!   Found  In  H.ill of Empress  Grim ruiitliidtr'H of the li'ag.ily on-  itclt.il oil I'.uiici' Valid on Mny _!' lad  whou t.i a coiliur hturntud r.ti. into the  i',.ii|.i-uHt;   of   Ireland,  nud   ..out.  ovir  OUO   tllOUHIIIIll   KOIIIS   Ul   (ICSllll   lll'b.   he-  lug loi'i'lvuil lu Muuti'i'ui im*. ricurc.  of lamilltM nro rurmvliiR letters wlilrh  lln-y Iiiid posU'd to friends and rolu-  tivt-H lu Kiigiuiiii ami which wl-i'u on  noun! die \o-aaoi when sho nu in.  Theiin have bi-eii reciivercd by divers  working in tlio .lepthu nf lb i St, Law-  When the divers reached fit*  "You cured your dyspopHia by going  without outing?"  "Yes, I wont without eating for  forty-five days. It's whnt tl.v-y call  tho fast cure,"  "Thr.t isn't fast.', That's slow."--  Washington St-ir.'  BABY RESTS  AFTER BATH  ���������il'in!" CNclnlniod the child. Indlg-i mi"   ...  nautly.   "1 think they know Just nv.  ������!oi������l.mrliiioiii wlien   mul. whh i ������������r#������d  much as (ho roosters."  Mothers  Vnlue This  Oil,��������� Mothers:  on tlio votiiidl tlmy found It lying ������li  around, The bugs were la'ien In vit-  ia wu a,ul di'lod,   The   gum   lii.a   la  holp tlint wiih at nil permanent. I h������d I who know how suddenly croup mny, !iu'iy .Cllrie!i ".i!l',! U1.|,*1l1;,1'   inldrimnes  -     -      ��������� -��������� ��������� *1V1 ' "("������ thoiv HiHilroii nml hriu' nnecwuHi'vl h������u*   l"1"   uhlllL'.llto.l   ll'Olll   Ilio   i li  lt  Discretion  "Do you always    acknowledge  when you know you are-wrong?"  "No; only when otfter peoplo know. awful troublo,  fli.i'.ll"   bt*co*.v._   fti."oowvi.rrod  $.ni  glvon my case tp its IiopoIcbr when  begun  to into thu pre-digoHicxl to*ft,  (jnipe-NnlB.   ���������  "Although I had not expected this  food to help my trouble, to my grcU  Hiirprlso Ornpo-NiitB digcHted oi.^.ly  from the tlrst nnd In a fov t^y* I  wiih convii.coil Hint tins was jusi -.th.ii  my HyHtem nocdod.  'The bowelR performed tholr func-  HoiiR regularly and I am now completely and perinuin-iitly curod of ths  it;  W. N. U. 1024  HftchoMoro���������I   MIhh Hrown cleve.'f  ilnwnnl������������������ Yob; linthltiK ORcnpen hor.  Itacheldorft--HotiveiiH,   maul   Don't  lntrodtico me.���������Judge.  A Indy I met i. Colo������no  Waa thc falrer.1 ; ever have knogno,  Wlien I HRked her lo wed.  You cnn rucsh wlmt alio neft  "Truly tlio power of scientific food  niu.il ho unlimited," Nnmo given oy  Canadian Postum Co., Windsor out.  ' r'.nl 10 dny������ of flrape-S'itts, w!i������,i  reguhir food lines not hoc in In *u*\ tei  tho body, worka wonders. "Tliero'n a  llenson."  Look in pkgR. iir the f.imoiis little  book, "The Uoa.it to Wellvllle,"  Ever read the above letter? A new  prompt action Is In applying relim,  aiMiiyH imcp at iiiind u si������m������I'������.> oi I'i'.  Thmiiiis' Kcli'itlrlc Oil, beeaiine ex-  I)fr!*nr*o bus tnii^lu them tlint the"e  Is no better pronnrnllon lo ho hnd inr  tlm treatment of this nllnieiit. And  (hev are wise, fur Uh various umu.s run  uer il u Viiuiiiih'a nii'Dii im-,  Knlck���������An- they r iiiiisic.il family?  Kiuii l;--YoH. The father Iuowh his  own hiirii. IiIh wife ImrpH on the mmo  old Hiring, llm daughter ut alwiiytc  uliiglug her own pralKcH, and the boy  play* liookc.v.  "Let mn kU������ thnso tonrs away,"  In- in-|i^i-il li-iiili-i'ly.  Slio fell Into IiIh unnn, uml ho n.'i.s  busy for the next few minutes. Ami  yet the ti'iirn llciwcd nn.  "Are  ynu  suffering?    <"'an  noihlng.  atop  thom?"  lie  asked,  brenthU-iwly j  "No," she Jiiiinuiireil.   "It's   only ������       She    Ul  ti'HJp!'.., tiiiv lm- .i.'iielh m.-iiue lUifft  leclble. WlH'Tci lhe ���������.ii\dri>".-e ��������� v.vrr  roniliibln the mail wns sent on Its wwy  ovor the non, whoro It hud boon wash-1  cd awn) the tiicis.iKi-i were return.,  od tu tl.e Mi-iidci-s, Many In .Mon I real  have received letters nuo.U iron,    the  .!..; ���������!..���������    . f   tl',.   *l|., i. I ,.������������������    ll.,.   ,���������,,.. ,  (jf  (litcli   is   ;it:illi|ieil:   "Kecoverei.   ny  divers from lhe KnipresH nf Ireland."  "I've   just   Imd   a   queer  telegram  .rout my d.itigliiur."  "U'hut'i' wnniR with It?"  "I don't Know. Here It Ih. I'll I  n-ii<l it tu >ini: '/.liiii'l.-'iigniiaiiiniivil.,  iliihlituw-yyT" j  "Wh'it    on    earth do you :���������>)���������-_  ������t;  llJi-iUUl.'" j  "Why,    It   either   moans that the',  wiri-ti are ith:h-i! or c-lf-.c-   she's    on  g- ;eit to ti Uuicriiiii uobleuiiiu,"  CUTICURA  Ik-  of ils  one appears irom time to time.   Ttiey  Wliuii I IbU vow I'ltt ItvluK uIokw<������. ' arc genuine, true? rnt1. ful' if hnmnn ; o'd   ymi Unmv    nnt fn on with lho  ���������Hotton Transcript,      IMtsreit. ���������-  "   '���������i'"'*'  il   you   havo  trouble   with  your I'reiich when ynu were In PnrlM'  o   i didn't, but thn Parisians did'  cause or its extreme purity,  (kliciiti* emcillicnt jiroperties and  refrt'sliin^ fr;i������rance. Assisted  1-V Cuiicr.v.i Ointment it is  fi]ir,i!ly effective in (he treat-  ���������ma\t of heat rashes, itchings,  irritations and chafmgs.  Samples Free by Mall  futldim Koup ������nit nlnimrnl w,M Ihrmichrmt Ota  *-i'!I. l".i-r.t_ni,vl(li,fi_'l,i...l',.,Utn..*llUli.ft.  Umt. AtiiJn:** "CulU-ur*," iHpi, li, lunum, VJkA. '< Tgngg; N^SV-U- W^MHI^AMB;. ������nt^jH'_C0^U3tfH^  . 1*1 4k Ffmt,: ������������ ���������������.TV> <������V..;k*U?l*A%VVU^W������.-".������MXt'im . **bJV"m M MEMfc  Y-.������  V|*;  k.--  FOB.  l*'hn  A....>    si  V.V-.-  .'-.*<,  -     ���������   ���������< VA * ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� '%a i O" H ? ��������� &  yy j-vin&r is almost,here  (....'���������';; ������������������'iCA.b tintl WOOD aaATEirtg  'I ������������������;'.   A' $20 EACH ���������  <<***- I ' ���������������-*���������' i'ii--"<��������� ������������������*->. .���������.*-'    j*  ^;XA*.!*.,****���������*tM*t  ���������[!��������� S)'"'-':���������������������������: y ny-,'xy\    while,   blankets  and  : An.oruws :n   ���������; '"ull r.-inge of prices.  roi'vSid eon'hr,, trr .. ''SESTWELL1' Steel Bod .     '    .  nnd a "KESTilO'I-il.'-   Spring and Mattress  MMiaVMMtTMW* ������������ll  nn  ���������j H, W  iro retire  Md'l.ce Hl.x-k. A. MoKIN-NON     Cumbcrldiid  U\*rt ������*������r-,,".f'<r*Fwi .* .:r*.-j������������/r������4.^.)-T*>v^������        "������.���������\ .^j/1****** :���������������*+"**.���������  .������  f     MAROCGHi BROS  GROGFRS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  Or*;'  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  wnu������ (^���������r.7L������������r1-*ti.#*������.������*������������.fc/.siuyw**i ***���������"������������������������������  *,t**t\l l+--***t3**:'*nn*f*-rvrvaix.t*imr**r**amrjwi*amm  HlDHWMWlnWlUMUDI  CI'iJRCH  NOTICES  I ED.   .WOODS I  r '    ' ������  |). Teamster and  Iiivervnian &  @ ..*������������������        '    .     ������  Ij'   Teaming 0f All KiiuLs,     0  .   Ageiits for Pilsener Itrewiny; (yon'pnuy.s I5HIvR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kii*<ls of  Wines and Liquors.  .i,        SECOND   STREET j  Ar  .-MliTiiODlSL'  CHURCH  ' _.1.RV.C'-KS. ..  ; Public   Worship���������Sundav    7  ���������      - ' ���������    >S)     Jeanim^ oi au Kiiuis,     fa  p.  ui- fe   - (���������>.  lliblc Studv  (S?   School) 2 30   $ wc;s i-or iiirk ������  :!'��������� "������������������       '      ' ��������� <������       Charge's Reasonable      ,������|{i  Vou 11 ,t( People's Society ��������� Mon"   #    ��������� ���������'.. n     Jg   f  *:a', ..7.30 p. in.  7, ittu^ti prayei- meeting,   Wed"  ,i.---<!ay nt 7.30 p. 111.  Ladies Aid���������Hirst  Tuesday ol  .vvL-vy month, at 7.30 p. in.  I'.islor. llow Wm. EUu.it, P.. .A  P. Phii-upps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  ' "     ������  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  wmnnutramaai  ST. (iHORGl^.l'RKSHV-  TI foi AN CHURCH.  '7-' vic.-s. 11 ii. 111. and 7 p. 111.  . Jiiiij." Al-i.--*, 1.30 p.  111.  i-.ii!i:i:iv S.-h.11 ������1������ 2.80 p, in.  "''  .i'--i\i'i-. Mci'iii'tiv, AVi'diu-iMlny uvea-  -ja., ������.:���������>.). '     . '    ���������    a1'  P.ir-lor, Llev.'.L-is. Uood.  (���������-.  11 ;���������)7v rr 1 n rry cmurcii .  S tv in ���������? ior Sun lay  11 xi  .Holy v!itiiiimii.itin, 8 80 ti.   tu  I 'o'y Jv.ic uwi-s' 1 L n. in  i-?vu as ijm ami S rm'in 7 p. its  A[ o- v oi of i.'ilero.CM-itui nil beli:i!f  1'��������� A.- .Miij'Sty'H Forces will 1k-  1. I 1 <m  \V.-(Jiic*sdi(y   (.-vci.iiig   al 8  .1 ?. iiX'K. ,  Ai'."lnir. Hi-cii!ag'er,  Vicar.  LAND UKCISTltV ACT.  IN TFIJO MATTER of an Appli-  ; .11 far  a   IxeAis Corli/lcnto   of.  '   t ��������� 10 Soi. Ill, I In If of   South-west  ', 0 a.tesof ilio North   Half of  Lot  . , .nuI^ou District.  NillTCKis  licroby given of my  ii.u* iiinn at tho expiration  of one  ��������� I'lMiilni' montb from tho first pub'  ��������� ���������muoh li.ronf lo is, ae 11 frnsh Cur-  ti ie.ite of Tit lu in liu'.i of llie Cerli"  1. .ft- of Titlo Usuctl to Ali-ixnndor  ii nv on tlie 20Ui day of _v>v_nibe.  l-.iuf, "Ud Numbered H>2-;>l U,  whiiiii- Iins bftiju los..  Du led nt l^ii nd Registry Ollico,  N'li'iorin, li. C, this -1th day of  Dn'i'mbor P)M.  S, Y. WOOTTON,  ' Registrar Geiiernl of Titles.  N(n,l(,i<:  Any j ic I'M) 11 ui   pei'.-oim, ciitliiin;,  >, .1,'V ilin  Of    lllkilly'     IIUV      till iclvS  ,   .liu'i- -.I- wooil, nl'niiv I'.i'i-t'.i'ipliinlii  ��������� A.ri,ii,i to till*   Wl'llilit^l'HI   Col-  , ��������� \ t 'o' ;., ������j 1* IVoiii or nil llie liiinl  1 1 in* i-iiiil (.(iinjmtiy,   ni   iitiwiiif  I ii iii'1/ v nliliisli'of any cli-sfripti'iii  ��������� .- whi'io   u|������'U   ihe  ci iiipans'i-  II .1 wi 1 lu* pi'o.-i'(.-.titi'd to the full  ,     . 1.1 i'i' tin.- law.  J. 11.  LOCKA Ul),  (Ji'lici'ul  Maiia^i'l",  Collici-y Co,y,  W a* **a*ira'm**. .w.*.#'������������  ' ���������      '������  '"      '*"     "*   ���������������������  noiAiy.  Riding oa locom itiv.w and   rail  way tiara nt   the   Union   C'olliiuyy  L'ouipuny hy any  pen'on   nr   p������r-  ��������� - ��������� I'j.i tin:, . .ev ,1-   li (.'ily  I i,,..l.    Kini'i<iy'.i.->   'ir  ���������ab-  iif    '       .J-l|ll������-'lll    f(i.   IlilnW'iHI'J    Mllll-  Hy order  J.  K.   Uji'KAKP,  UC'lH'l.'ll M.'UK'tii,'.,  ������Tk.am Mhkts Ai.lTkaints������  I     ROYSTON,     li. C.  Watch. Bepairing  DON'T" .SPEND GOOD  . itlONEY for incompetent  Witch l.epRiric-g. if yonr  wsiIjIi ii ii't kf0|ia'g, time  accurately LKT LIGHTER,  FIX IT".     Ci ve Us a Trial.  ' P. Lighter   ���������'  i_rat_tical' Wa.chmaker, lewder and  Optician,-- ILC-aoTheatreTiiiidlng  Cumberland, B. O.  DUNSMUiR Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  S  .j..t,.j.^.?������!.^i;.:~^  t  I  X  *  ���������*]���������  ���������of British.Ooluucibi&i Ltd.  Till.; S. B. COWUCUAN   WILL SAIL ���������AS.([N'DKit  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo-���������VANCOuvKu���������Rbu'ni;  ,   Leaves Comox, Sunday, 3 p. 111 '...,-...;._.  Leaves Union liny, Sunday, 4 p. m... A  For  Deuninu Island,���������Nanaimo.and Vancouver?  RETURNING���������Leaves Vuticouver, SaUuday, 8 pm  FoV-Nauaimq. Union Bay and Comox.  Subject to change wi.ihout uot'ioc. .   '?  m-'**- mm?tx*tJtm*tLtmtnKv> v*.' - *.w*ar MU-it-n vmiqiuu -��������������� irx^rwta*  al!l^'^'!l!inil]l!!l)ll!lll)!!!lllll!]!!IB!ll!lll!!llillllll!!l!!lifili!lili!l!i!li!il!l!llW!!l!lli������  s  To The Electors of TheO City  of Cunterlaad, B, C.  o I  i  ?��������� Having bought  thc  entire  stock ��������� of  T tS v_>  -3'ailthorp   &; Idiens,  of..,N0-/8   *.  -    Mine, I'intend ..to carry on a.  ������*.  *    f B ^ P ' 'A '  my '  ������^-fr-  J.  %  FI N ANCT AL-    STATEMENT  .OF THF LAD IKS AUXILIARY 0. & LI. HOSPITAL  %  j  Balance on hand Jan-  '������*������������������}��������� i,9r4 5i55 49  Auxilliary dues received     24 8w  Interest from bank        1  98  I'aid oui iu cheques....  119 85  Bal. on hand Jan.  1915  .62 42  Audited .Ian., r^th and found  coirect. II. McARTHUR  Little. Willii. I'Vai'O;-, uldosl pnn  of Mr, Win, Fi'Msiii', ol* Union,  Buy. is ill with pneumonia ut our  locul lioppital. '  Jf nn 1 0 s are e'u-'w.r. t'loy are  Invinp* a Imppy l.inm over llie civil! elcclieii ut Ooiirti'iiiiy. Cniii"  lie������'land in not the only plaee.  The .Imld y,rnp<>i'ty ou the Roy  lloiid, eoiiijiriniu^ .10 ni'ivs, liouee  nntl inilliiiiltlinijs, wits told liy uiu;.  lion 011 Tuufiduv to is,  Mu'/i.v len  . ������'  und Kolici't I-IliihIui'mhi I'or #775.  It was dirt e'heup, sis the ]ii'opi*rl\  iMSt Mr. .Jiuld about  8:1.500,  -*-  ~\\1o ui'i' in hopes iliui. pi'tifSjitM'"  iiv will rol urn lo our town wiili  lhe iitlvi-iil ol' our new coiiiicil.  Tom \r up aiul at it ii-miin. 11������*  is 11 liiinl inan lo doivn, und coinc,-  np i^iuilinif every liin-.'.  ���������Iv.  t  T  T  ������T������  *l*  tt������  s  f  "l*  .1.  ���������i-  I  *1*  of Merchandise consisting of  GENT'S FURNISHINGS, -  HARDWARE  CROCKERY and GROCERIES:.  ������ '     A  All   Can    Goods' et' wholesale   prices-  which must be cleared out..     Drop-  in and get prices on case lota.  NO   TROUBLE    TO    SHOW     GOODS  Special Prices on Saturdays '  iiwc3OTMBfriim������m,n������i  uiat/sxrsmiiiatU'KJViaatf  'WM. McLELLAN '  NEXT TO PEACEY'S DRUG -STORE,       DUNSMUIR AVENU  I  *V 1  A.  .1.  A  *\+i  ������������������?���������_  ~������  f  V  ���������v-  f  *-m  t  ' Cm  4.  t  i  t  t  %  t  ���������f  1 have the honour to present mysel1' as a* cimcliv  date (br*    ayor-ai thc forthcoming elections.,  ,   I.devote my time and energy- serving- your inter  ests as an alderman, and I* assure'you  Should. I: be-'  yoiir choice as-Mayor I will..to the best of my^abiliiy,  1 '   andin acons'oiencious   manner,, advance the = welfare  I      of.the municipaiiiy. '��������� a  ������ " '���������/������������������' ���������'  1     ,,- Yoiirs-sincerely,:  S.  8-  ���������s  >2 ���������  t  (li  ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii^tii������!i!!i:><;H!iiiii!UJ!;ii:Lqi:iii!:i!:i:iiK:iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  i.  ���������a ���������  ������-:  !2',  .^riipiMiimiii'TOiiiw  3f ��������� ,   -  I  Captcil Paid Up $11,560,000      ������ Eoserve 5il3 000.0.  yy 0  h The Royal Bank., of. Canada.;  I  mi.AH'S   ISSUED   IN   ANY . UUUItKNUY.   PAYAULK'  A1..I. a  % OVER   THE    WOUhD.  %  | <IMfiCIAI; ATTENTION piiid 10 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS &, imt-ion  _!   at hijrlWt  Ciiri'i'i't U������ifi* nlinv a- uii,i.'-, "Al*. A $1 nntl nji.wtinis'..  i  CUMBERLA.Nr>,.n.> C i Brunch, Or on Pnil/      D, 61. Moiriaon, Mgr,  I         UNION FAY, B-.O, Branch, Opon rally.      V, Bctworth, Wgr.  % COURTENAY,   B. 0, Branch,  Opon Dnilv tt. H  Hn.dwick,  Mgr.  %llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll,'lllllllllllillllllli:i!lllllllllllllHlll IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII^--^ lllllliailllllllllllllllll)lllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllHHIIIiilrW#  a1  ) ;  I,  i-i-  1  '  Mn-..���������l. .��������� .������������if������ MMI���������LTIM^  ���������wim 7 m itrw*.*.  fy\w\������M.\..l.,l..\-'\'''\W  *  ���������I'  u  wm iiwiiiinni vmtmvm'm**  TIIK YOl'TII THATDlKr;  In vi'iii-s lo ('(iniu  upon   tliti  w.-n-,  riiij_: land  IJei'lui|is ct'iiii' \dn\Liiu slmll l-'iy ilu  11 w!'nI hniwl,  A K'iiiir<'i< mv^i'i'id'.if'llmt fill-"* ''"'  ���������'HIM',  And Aw AvaW call f<<i' .-clt'iil1'1^ to  HiVi'.  ,!*,!,,!,,J,*l,k!*,I**!,*I"l*,l*,l'*l'*l**I",l,,l"I"I*>l"I**I  I Mrs V.HarinolirsI  :|:Rooming House::  I'urnifilicl    Rooms  koasoiiahle   Hnit-.s.  :  I'nl' nn  <��������� ^ ill WiiiTrl"   1 Uf    "'A     ll- <  ��������� 1 ii   J';.1 1.In 11  i i- '.      - .   '������������������  (ud ynUY \nA licks in   Cliiiilin.  Tin* Lmlit.s' Ili^i'jiiiil Auxiliiiry  A C.    ._   1".   Di.'rc    Ho,nii.,i  iit'iu iin'il" iiriiiii.il   iii������-i-li .-_, ;*i     l!,i  I'l-hitJuiicL' nf Mrs. Ihrrv IJi'viui ������ n  * *  TliillVililV I'Vt'iiiiiir   hot. wlii-ii   llu*  t' r*> 1  foil I'-viiiir cllhii'l's   I'.'i.'l'i' He. ti'i| fur  Lie      ������*n-liili}X     jciir:     I'l-Cfidrni.  Mis. A. M;d\iniiuti;   Vicii.l'iv-,-  i'lmil, Mr.-   A,   ('iiiiinrtiii:   SiK'i-i-  liiry, Mv>. (ii������..,    K     M:ii'Na������ulrj \.*���������v \.i^|i,i,������  i-m-li   n*   cartit   1ms  ������������������������: ; 'l,-v:i>i:i"i-,  M:-'.   Il.'irrv I'.t'V-1 ...l.-lmii -i.'Hi.-  ,l" j Ami if ilfspitu Um ci/tim^. of hei  Tm- l,ii-.- .Ii.-i'l.'-l i.t  Jk.1.1- ili." ,,.,,*  .'������������������int si I'ill hi thf    Wn--   Cnii'-I lh'i '.'J. 1 v pi-ii *  iii lit" I'lt-iilli uf  W   Third Mouse From    ;  li. C. Tek-phoue  ;l; iCxchimiju ;  Tlicn ful.' slinll  au-wcr I" her wv \ ,\.  f,,,.;,,,,... IJ   PUKWSNT AVHNUIi   \  .. .   1.1  1 .. t  .   m .A 1      dumber and, IJ   C.  "Ilcholil! ilio  u;(.'nifii������  mIkhh ym   .������.  ���������}���������  crftvi' wus horn,  l'uil'you j-lmll M'ukforliim in vain.  Mi.' tlictl,  ,  A rlrmnuicm' hoy, 'ht. Manic'**  i"A  li'ntilc tiili'.''  C. H TARBELL     j  V. BOflOtyte  Manufacturer o2 MINERAL WATER'  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20.,,,  tMMMtwMMHMU  mr,M****wr*M*  M  I Thomson's   Boarding   House |  ii\ f*Ai  (%)������^3D(_W^������������������^Vj_X^^  i:, ' " ' ������  i������'  ������  (ft  <������j  (ft  (ft  rft  0  (���������)  (^  Mas Now Heen Opened Up and is  prepared lo receive hoarders  di  w  V  i  (ft  0  (���������1  Board by the Dav, Week or   Moulh  ���������Rea.sonahle Hates���������  (������)  ������������^*V*U*fc,Jl^H*l#f**������* -ifc^^lM***���������������������������* f*T  ft,     W lU.    I iiOulSOn Stroot-Cumborluud, 11. 0. (9)  ^  fc**MMW.*fcM������l'M!li ��������� wmwim*fU  Nny, ovhi now   the   State   nmlo*j_J UjQjj (]JJ/\|)������ SYOVtS V      ("U<!^^<.W^i^^  liiurlui cl'V ' f i  iil.iy i.ii.i.U to Hivi, her It- t; ? A-'* "ll klTCHKN ^-^TENblLS |  i''!, ,J; im1:.;, tender, patient, I; iportsmens Goods i  '- wsi S 4fft& C9ft  ���������.lluiiir nud cu-itii,  and  General Hardware  ^ Mfci m ViP mm o ^  J.   N.   UoLCOD     l=r.oPnir:r������ir.  .*^-*t.������        ������������J^       \mi.       A.   '   !i."t  'in' tit)"' ro   ������.'���������  Tliiov       t������ HV.: V  \t    i- wo uro ul ivo  I IU'  !i-!'if.     Hai,  lu    !'rid;iy!  VA   ,\-:   77-.   ou   -a.-- i '-I  1  *      ' .  .' * M      .        i       ;'  -1 .ii ��������� m .   1 .11  i(,,. .- ,   ., \.,  , .;  J���������  ..,,   '.:.���������  y������y<v*\t. h  ���������:    nu!   W.    V.  ���������' \J ���������--n*;.ii".a, *.i l     it'-ir   I.' -ii!i ���������������.  KnallNli 4 x UUJtTON alwuyn on tan ulno, thn (annum MILWAUKEK  MKIl*-,\nii*iuit>r, Hottnniii-, M������������i 1st, ice. "DM) (Jltl������Y HliARU"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Boot \Vine������ and L'.quoro of r.tl kliuli  Tin lii'tirilmp dtnl ������J,oi)f,MDp 1) inrtmci-t. tun'" 1 Um f.;..nuli r.r ii'iy.-riiirrn.! .m������������  will hi inii fi I'irht elm*, l;i r.viry rpMp������u*.  ' I - m n.-t \n-i*-.  '���������j     '      u-'i;iy.  '���������   ll;      I'I1  M'll..Hi,       ilill'.       '.U'<       j  ��������� ll '   " 't'i    *,'   (  .   ���������)',.���������  1  e  ������iiii.- ������������������ v. ill! !..���������������  '.";!, ���������   ru    1 ?������"i''  1 <  ���������' -.   'iVifii iri  ^ uv-i' ��������� ''������������������ r.    M������'. V  ll;i   ;��������� :   I,  }IiirT������r!ill. ' ;������������������ i   !"     '     ?'"AI(.'������'  II i  AA-i..'iMil'.i' K������iM \Vll.y>N\      jl.c!''*  IIATF3,  Vl yo pur (Jay anil Uji  i *  2  i"-. j: ��������� ji -. ���������  ���������������  ^/i

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