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Array tr,^  ";/  y ��������� **  *^w1  (4  7  *"K"H  ir  Devoted E������n������claily cotne lnr������resta of Cumberland and Surrounding. District.  Vf?jrtfrr.TjiJagM-o,w<pier.aw*t>gcy &*aami*xJMrs*ii9ix*sniisv*  A)  h  (V  The Nkws, Twknty I-Tkst Yi-.Ak  CUMBERLAND   B. C,  WEDNESDAY,   DEC. '>,  :9i4-  StlllSCKll'TlON $I.OO A Ykak.  n.������������W30^tt^<^yr*iairty.������^^i<T-.tfJn:ff*ai wawg-jcr  cjtmjcr������ii;.u lxiJtieffyAT&rjgxgy^wj- cnnj.t-x������'r3K_t������mumiL".j.rn.nu.'r������WBJi*.'s  . i'CANASA MAY CRUMBLE- K������ ������������'������pi.rin������e   "ncndo  UNDER DEADLY   ' ������������������*������*��������������������� ������'*"* ",iles'  New Stock of Fall Suits for  .Men and Bovs  _  Our Fall B������a������ga of Ken's Over<jou.ts i-\ splendid values, and  tfee styles are tb������ voijr latest.   Prieee trora $8.50 io $������7.00  T���������eii������c Sttltu, right up to tha minute, .at from "S13 50 to $30  Oui stock is comp ete and our services at your command  Boys' Suits���������We Jiiive iho iargoet showing of boys' Suits  ^v������r������BfcGv/ri-Bt-the~E'*_-Store.���������Our-pvioes-are-vor-y-nioderatar  and for quality you can deptnd on w.  0imaft &wr  Sti  New York Wond  "Describes Invasion by Hall" :i Million  Gennan   Musicians.  (New York World). ' ���������  Tlie scare  slatted  a.   Ostawo.  Canada, where iioni    mysterious  ��������� verv���������souices it   was   learned  that- I'uited S'ates  S-crct   Ser  vice  ngei'ts   had   wlv'speied   tp  ie Canadi n auikoriti s lhat  the 500.000 uiL'iiiiiers o!' ilie Am.  ericaii-German sin������iu������ societies  were banding together 10 invade  the-Dominion.  Much 'happening iii this  war  ''beggars   all  'description,"  but  it would take Homer for libre;.--  j '  is . aiid Wagner to do the- score  over 10 render propeily for his-  tiry and art the epic.of the oti-  sl.iught upon Canada oi" the tre-  nieiidous and valoious Army of  ilie Hike-Hi io !  The Liederlranz Corps inarch  ing on'Montreal aimed with'pul  niotois and 42-cencimetre stein*-!  The fhing Saer.gerbuud of Milwaukee smashes the Allies iu  the trenches around Ottawa with  inesjsiable tuning-fork charges !  A frightful shower .of diseoids  shattered the walls of Toronto  _j ustiauda-uuU���������Q-u ebee���������e-miu hWk-  iiuder a iwa "mouth's  storm   of  He will be dt-corated with the  double cro������s of the. eight Hundred and Forty Second Class  Musical m ss?c e of ,-women  aiid children at Vancouver .'Fore  ced to listen for fifty hours to  to the St Louis Yodians singing  '���������Die Waylit am Rhciu,'' ai d  all their ears "drop off! Aiid so  on. Talk about that stuff in  I.uropc being war in the key  of G ! Just wait till Canada :s  being conquered by the.inexhaustible. Legions of the Hilee  Hilo���������with,contingents of bass  submarines and tenor skylarks !  Then you'll really hear sonic  thing.  Comox District Patriotic war fund  Cumberland,   li.   C.   November  26th, 1914.  Or.ujrrc:.  Messrs 'T. N.  McLeod and   F..  W. ii'ckle, nionibors of the Cum  herliuul Ifoard of   Trade,   left on  M01.d������y for Victoria,   to attend a  mooting id tlio  lin il wuy Coiiiniis"  Yum.  .......    -tt ���������  Jtilin StaJlWd MeMillaii, infant  eo 1 of Mr. iind' Mrs. J." 11. Mc-.  MiUnii, diwJ on Kridny lust, aged  11. months and M- days. Tlm  funeral took place 011 Sunday afternoon from the residence of M ',  ,li)h.i FnwM", 'Mary port avenue,  iiiU'i'i'.iiinr taking plnco nt tlie  l-'iWiyuwiiin coinotury, Suudwiek,  11,'iv. .Ins, llnod officiating,  CliiirhiK Fulk, while out hunting  with tlin n couipunloni, ou Thmv  dny Ium., about threo m I loft from  lleitdqnui'torfl. wiih mUtiikon by  ono ot thorn for 11 door, nir.l fatally  idiot, lie died n low 'hour* aftor  tho elmotiiig, An inrpioat waft  liulil.  deadlv'me  lod\!  The Editor,  C umber land N ew-s.  Dear Sir:���������Kindly,publish the  following report in your first issue and charge to our account.  . RECEIPTS  For month of-November 1914  Oct. 31. Ual. per  last leport #683 75  Nov. 4. Half  proceeds  of dauce Ilo-Ilo Hall  __pex.LTJi.oiiison...,^.,.,.L. 14-2-5-  Nov. 17.- Contributions  . from euiployeesC.C.Co.678 00  Hard Times!  4 ���������  Owing tu hard times,   1    have  decided to divide the profits with  my customers, as iti? ilu* cry eve'  ty d2y.about hard times; but do  we stop to think what innkcs tlu*  times haul ?    IT  all   the money  that is  sent out  of the  country  each   nioiith to   the  mail order  houses was to be spent nud ei re 11  lated in our own town we should  hear no more  alvmt Hard  times  and no money in the place. Last  mouth over$1,200 was sent away  to   the  mail  order-houses: Uuu  means ������14,400'j>er annum  aVid  in a time when thoie is suppo-cd  to be no money  in the  district.  llehieniber eveiy dollar  ^ent out  of the town is lost to you for ev  er, but a dollar speut iu your lo  cal   storo   comes   baok ' 10  yon  again and you n\>p see the go������ds  yon are buying  before you nan  with the money,      A little while  ago Vancouver peopie snid there  was  a   t-caicity of money iu the  city, but along came  the Calgary oil   boom   and   considerably  more thanSi.000.000 in cash was  paid for shares.  Let us get  back  to the   ������ood   limes  again��������� yivL-  O O ***>  your home merchant a chance  and support your home town  that supports you. So wake np  and be cheeiful and read W. McLellan's Price List of Gioe ries  1). P, bnking powder 12 07. ..40c  Ro\al baking powder 12 oz.-^oe  Whits, star hakiug powder?- .s^c  Ro\al baking powder 5 Ih^ 82,10  Ago, 5 His....'....'. ...'...$1.25  CtoUL*u Cress, 5 lbs... ... .$1.25  Molasse*4 .-naps' per lit 20f*  iM'iiit cream, ]>er li>  20c.  Cream chocolate cakes, per lb2oc  Uo^elmry tar's per \h. ...  Rose Hlo?souis pti lb...  Apricot sun per lb   Chocolate ta'S per lb..  Venilla '*ars pei lb....  Cereals���������  Corn flake   A & K loiieo oats   15 &K buck client   I uned.nee   Canned Fish���������  Salmon, i's.... !'   Lohsiei, -_-'s      Smdincs, OK   Clanis   Kijijjived hening ......  K'ippeVed hc-i*.ing, plain 2 for 25  : Point Oysters 2 f'<_r 45  Canned Fr'uif���������  25c  .   .  ...  25c  ');(.  . .  aoc  ��������� '  25c  3  for  25c  2  :or  75c  2  for  05c  2  for  25c  ',  . 20c.  0  for  35C  25c  , r  2  lor 25  far 25  B !m  Peaches 2's j>er tin  j  20c  25c  21.C  rears 2 sper un     Alirk'ou-a 2's p������j* tin ....  btrawberries, i-'s per tin  Plums per tin   20c  Cherries periin 2de  Canned. Meats���������  1 u  Lunch t������ingiii', i's per tin..: .500  Corned bet-f i's' per tin, 30c  Roast beef i's per tin 30c  Soups ��������� 1  Campbell's........  C & H. soups i's per tin.  Magic table's.......... . .>. , 15c  2 for 25c  30c  PKOGKKS8 01?  TIIK W-All  In a wn* so gigaiitio,' covering  ptich nu enu)'Uion&' area, and with  incident* oecnriing daily, each  ouo of which is itt'ii'i* gigantic  and . momentous tlrui mnny  a cniiipnign, it. is not (!iu������y to Peg-  regnto tho 111010 iuipoi'tiuit.itoius  and to appraise their strategic  vnluo.    NiU'oi'tholcw, ir is ini pos.  i '  sihlo not to regard ihe victory of  tlm Unssinti linns in IAIhik! :is liy  far tin; niiist (inis-'hin^ und sifriiif-  icmit dolour which tlie (Jo ninths  hnvo siictnined since lho war hc-  giin. Jt hn-J taken nearly n week  to learn ih������> true uaturi'. of that  defeat. Hurl in iiivl .ulmitted ti  check, thon n relrenl, It hurt not  Hiiioo fpukTii, hut lVtn^i'riul, wnich  snid Uotliiii'i of it vict'.ii'\, and only  fipoko of 11 .-iitiifaetory nv.ult of  tho   treiiH'iidcu^    cnnilirt,    imw  AT PKA^KY'S  New Hooks for the Christ mas  Trade..  Uoys and tlirls Own Annual  lliuty and Alger Hooks  Nelson amlColliuH Ivibrarys.  Amotijj the new Hooks for the  Libmrj j  Kyen of the World���������Ilnvold Bell  Wriglu  Inside   of the     Cup���������Winston  CMiurUiUl  You Nwi:r Know Your Luck --,  Gilbert Parker  The Wny of the Strong���������CuUutn,  ������������������ mo���������iiA'yii   ���������     t*i**i*ttt  Muio llitin n foot of fetiow fell  hove oil Monday aud Monday  i.iyu*. J������ why, fust (linftppeaiin^  oii T r.ii.i.iy.  claims a di'i'Mvu victin'y with  Von Jliiuloulnirj.r's nrmy in disor-  derly retrout, loiivinn; liehind it'.  nrlillcry, Htoros and niiinitintis of  war. I Win; rn������l nl������n claims thai.  not fewer than fifty thoii.-und pri-  onci'i- hnvo heon tnkon, und that  tho victory it diw.Uivo. Its ���������������!'-  feet if! iiicalciilnble. It \uihi h",u\  to the epeody invo.stiiioiiL and fall  of Ui'iieow, iiltor which tlio mud  will he open to Uruulnii, tlio nio-t  iioniilous and inii.ortiiiit, Ciiv in  Si'lc-iii    NTu( thut il 0 wnv will ho  Mt'is!e_singer..Generai von Man  i-en ��������� grausenheinifr     decorated  with the   iron harp  of the 'Second class !      Twenty   transports  have started fiom Liverpool with  au entile corps of Welsh siuger.s  to be led by thc[ terrible L'ew  ellyn Luug-Hursters,  and   Lord  Kitchener . cNpecis    also    com  pletely   to fill the gaps in   the  Singing Scots, which corps will  be sent to Canada   under command oi General," Harry Lauder.      They  will be joined    by  the Legion of Imperishable Pipers.      Foiiy-thousand    phono-  graps   capable   'of   discharging  lu.ooo     records    of.  Tipperary  shrapndperjVjninute will also be  brought into action.  At a. late hour last night it  was rumoured that Herr Geiu  eral Hertz of the .Metropolitan  Squadron   de Luxe  had perfect  81,37600  DISBURSEMENTS' ,  Nov. 1. Mrs R Rushford $52 00  Nov. 1. Mrs. Wju, Hrown 42 00  Nov. 28. Bal. on hand   1,28a 00  Si,376 00  D. M. Morrison,  Treasurer  ���������Drop-itMind-get���������pries-s-ou���������bry��������� keiehu-psHiud-Sauees���������3  A very onjoynt)lii dtuieo was  held in the Ilo Ho Hull on Saturday ovoniiijT luat. Tho danco  was tho beginning of a regular.  Saturday night dance, to ho given  hy the 11arinony Orchestra. This  oi'chostra' lms soon nmde iti-elf  popular amongst our local dancers, and nlrondy hnve quite a  number of engagements booked at  Cnni'toniiy und surrounding (lib  1 rice.  Goods, Hoots and  Sloes,   Rub--  bers, Rain'Coats, etc. etc, '  PRICK LIST-  Jinking chocolate���������  Bakers' 1 lb .p.c  Cowcif s 1 lb 30c  Jelly Powders���������  White Star, per bnx .* '... ioc  Icing���������Pure Gold, per1 box.. 16c  Bovril, 2 07. 35c  Beefine extinct, 16 o/......   ,75c  Pepper ioc  Cayenne ioc  Allspice ' ioc  nine Lable Ketchup 30c  '*'    - gallon tins... .75c  11 iilbrook's sauce 2oe  Lea & Benin's ^ance..;..... 30c  sauce 25c  miclt nance 20c  Chutney, large 30c  IL' P  i������  . 2 J e  .w-n.Mtfwe-ri.-i*'   ���������_v.i'i..^������*������������_*_i .t^.01  Tho doiith took plnco at Now  Woritiniuetni' nn Friday, of John  Hoi-hn> 1...1 ivm-hcl wi:liin -i.s | Umskie, kuii in-law of Mr. Hor-  nionlln*, Kitcheiii'.r'.s annv uf 01m  million ineu uml Gonei... .i.ilTrii's  reiul'oi'eenieut!* uf n   liku   nuniLei*  j'l'l!  will hnvo coiiiiiiciici'-l their iriinu-  pliinl innrch"|'roin the W������>t, nnd  then, if not before, tho (Joi'iiinu  arinit't- will Hml iheiiiM'lvi's be-  twci'ii two  niil)   sronos,,    Uuriiiir  Ki  tin* \voAi, nothing of a disquieting  iiriicior has hnppoiioil iinywheio.  An id 11st tin* iiiifortiinnlo lost, of  tho "JJiihviii'k" oil' Hhoorno.rt mny  be si't tho siicoi'ssful hoinhiird-  ment of the (I'.riiiiin work-i nt  Zi'i'lirngm' by u dotiitohmeilt of  tiio linti.-li lUntt, Tho destruction  wi'niigiir was su   thoi'Mindi   ns   to  ma- Drow, of irnion Bay. Tho  Iniioral took jilaco on Sunday af  tei'iiuon froti', tho Msisonio Hull,  Cnuiliorlaud, to tho Cuuihorland  o"iuotcry for ititoimoiit, Sorvi*  cc.i were eotidtuitod by tho Mir  sous of CiiiiiliorlHiid nml Court"  onny lodgon.  Cinnmou ioc  (gloves toe  Ginger 10c  Mace 25c  Mint 150  Xu'iueg 2,r)C  Sage - ������������������ ioc  Allspice, yiqy lb 2^c  Cloves, per lb 35c  Ginger,' per Ib.. ..' 25c  Laundry standi 1 oe  Johnston'.'! starch, fib me  Hioonis , 50c  Bicycle cavrl������ '.'.(">.'  Card* 1-A'  Brown hem is per Ib 70  Little white H. P. per  lb.... 7c  Dried peas per lb |c  Split peas pi'r lb 7c  Canned beans , ioc  ('auued corn tie  Canned Peas 1 jc  Vinegar per bottlo 200  White wine   ?.uv  Potatoes per 100 lb suck .. ���������*. t..|o  Onions per lb  30  Butter at lowest in.nl'ct prior.**  Fiom. ,\t) lbs s':.oo  Ammonia, pint   Swent, per gallon .. '. 95c  Sour, per gallon 90c "  C 6c li l-01'tlos   3a*-;  C & B mixed   Mustard pickles   Sweet pickles  30c  Salad Dressings���������  Durkee's dressing   j8e.  35c, Soc  Mis. Porter, 8 oz 250  So  ,. ug������r���������  Uuling at Lowest Market Prices  Twenty lb sack $1.70  Coffee-  Chase & Sanborn'.** 1 lb 400  Braid's besi 1 lb 45c  .Tern--  Red Sin llower tfs   Bine Wibljon  i's...   .  ' 'oeoas���������--  Van I!onion's ',/ lb..,  Kr/s 1 -S lb   Half lb tins   <>ne Ih tins j^c  .51.30  ...40c  ... soc  .,. 1 oe  ��������� ������������������*5C  . soc  W. McLellan  General Merchant  'Cumberland, - - B.C.  ���������i-^t���������i*^l-������i--f--l���������i--l"������l--2---l������--j---t--5*-l-������i--j---l--l-������j--l������ ���������t-*'f���������i--T-*T-^t-fci������i*������T-������������***������������������--���������-���������������������������*i������2-"^--.-������i-*?-''T^'T- -;--:���������s���������T--1-;-*:���������t--i--i"i--;--i������-i-**-^:���������i���������i--i���������1���������i-*i������  uiidiHpuUMl, Imt  tluil   thy havoc 1 .       '      , , '������  wrought    au.Miijr    llHJ    Ci.niui,,   l;;'������'"'"'"������'���������������   ^   ������h*   ������risl-l,  .roon,bytl.o..lle.������.iqii(.ri,..Mtn.'   *s,".v    wn   ^^^)'   l������n-v.'nt  /���������.'mui   out   hui'du-d    elciV  weie ������;l-������ui-.*jctl from the Proviu !������'������} u> Ut-rliss.    T!;.'i,. i,, \u, |..���������.;  j-uui i.i mii'ii ri'iinoJ'i   Uieu -ih'C'.',--,-  i'nl in.ireh v������n Berlin ,a  ccrtninty.,  puriiifi; iho f;rj������t week of tln> war,  ihin ji'ijk'r vi-uti.'i'od   t-������   point out  llliit Ua p'.rt ol' |I|m .-\liir. M'otlM  no to \ .Aft '!." lint * in l'i'iHii'o 'Hid  i'.i . ij-il.i, 'l"-.!ll<  1,'n-iHM     loip-nl  its  cial   C..������vvruinoiH office. 011 tin.'1'1'������'������y ,|o"ht thut ������1"-   !"v-H"ti'.ii 1 (1||  hst <hv. of Mownjia-r.              U������il lie  vo.itici. M,-..*,.*.:.ii,.  ;:   .  ���������                                  1 1 - *������.,  ������  'K.\'>  I-'wiioii tJoiiiit,, Bt'Viiiid the lore.  ;.;''|i:i,.;, tho imt binuuitiMiucidciit of  tin* w.-i-k L Lull lutehvner'h ivil-  oriitt'd demand fu. uiotc men, and  tlio growing nop.'. -7n> 1 lli.it Can-j  "la wi:l !.,���������.'.-��������� t,j .An; ;.,,i !,4*.-!  pri'-oi.t tio tim I,- td' rt'criiitiiii.' iuul  nJupl ,1 ui'MV i  I Campbells  *T <-<l���������1       -ii,r>.r- i������~������_j������ ���������.j.l..-������.<-^->.".j u ..<-.i._.-������  A.  .'���������jpitn.'il values iti Comfort /}  7, ers, Ulnnkcts  and liidcr- I  down Quilts,  I   j., lvitdics ;mu Misses iJ<_n-  i Anj������!c Swe'U������:r Coats with  bhtiwl colhtrs and cut-  I  L  away styles 111  TurTcd Wool.  Ladies' Collar  -AND-  Cuff Sets  >{  0  ������  Liuhllv l/'iMidrii-1 l.iiu'iu-,  Snlf.  I'hjuos  Tho now Vostoes in White   ;  Cak.wbeils =���������  nivioiub ^iiooln  i ho l������������st food shoos lor  l;i'U������'.">, in ^ini mnt.il, vi-'.i  and patent, with fancy v������*������j  \ii������^ lii\>-i  I  *\*  iijtto, tritiim������"l  '\ith  Pi'arl LutiMii^  !  M  ' 1  l\  * 8       ii'l'^ *i'  A comph-tc stock of la���������'������  (lit-i Pc^mis in patent and X.  vie; kit], also Satin Pomps '\*  CVi'0\0'r   S|  iao  11  uml  ih'-.i'Ii-i      trt  IIU'all:>     10       ^I'ttllH^        Vt 1   bug  ��������� or.- t> iii'1 Lou*. - -Thf \W'i'I.  CAMPBEl  ^  ,t..i..i..������..yj~;������.>v������W  ���������������.  1 THE    NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  kV  fr  Her  ^  vengeance  V  By Basil Tozer  Ward.   Lock   &   Co.,   Limited  London,  Melbourne and  Toronto i,  (Continued)  "I forgot," she answered carelessly.  till half-past seven and I am nearlv  starving; 1 don't believe 1 have had  anything   to   eat  since  yesterday."  "But what did .you want a number  for?" aske'd Hugh curiously.  "I was trying to read a cipher," an  THE   GERMAN   WAR  CHEST  WHY   IS   BRITAIN  AT  WAR?  The  Kaiser  Has $30,000,000  lr. ��������� Gold  Stovwed. Away  The German government has 120,-  Uwered"!;: HeU^iS-nl "Uhas bee"*   IW"������������������ ^whW-K^m  A.������m���������������..������,i r.��������� /-.^���������H,ri,i'������ .���������0t���������������,  t h������ i ed away in its   war chest  lu.the tain-  '   ev 'number    I Tied eve vSis'and   laud at tlle con������ueuce oi the y������ree  or territorial greed.    In Gr<  every number 1 could imag ne and at and liaVCl rivers" U is a secret hor.de ' aia the pe������Ple are h&��������� and  fast wasdriven to eSi work but kno>vn in ^aedecker as "the imperial ������..������. ������r,a w* ti������������������ ������������,. *������,������,  T  ���������*tn������Z\f "J���������** ^\S\ military reserve tort of. six million  sterling.    Early last year it wus re  the confounded  thing was too much j  jfor me; so���������" and he made a gesture  j towards the pile of burning papers.  "War.  it anything of importance?"  asked Hugh.  ' 1 oon't know," answered Mr. Hetherington, who, probably from the relaxing of the strain under which he  "Oii, yes, he spilt some cream on my I had been working,- seemed inclined  frock." j to be much more communicative than  "And you llow at him like that?" usual. "No, 3 don't know���������it migit  Biiiil llrgh. ."Keally, Delia, you must' be and it might not. I advanced a  hn mad, 1 behove.".  "Do you think so?" she asked, ,ook  Ins at him earnestly  Hugh* could not repress a slight  shudder. Thore were times, in fact,  when the girl's ungovernable tempor  seemed lo indicate a permanently un-  b''uioed mind; aud then again, once  tlic'iniroNyain passed, no one c mid appear more nuiet and rational.  "It must be delightful to be mac","  poriett from Be-.'lin, which is only  eight miles from spandau, that tha  German war programme contemplated-tvipling the -reasure, but if such a  move was made it has not been an-  ..oui ced.  Tha . ulius tower has been .ihroud  cd iu mystery. It was lirst used by  Frederick the Great as the Prussian  "war, chest" and then.turned over to  the empire for the storage.o!: ihe $.0,-  00.1,001) which was a part cf the ?!,-  coii. le of hundred on it fifteen years ;  ago; and I hardly thought of it again I 0     indemnity paid by Franco  till yesterday morning, when 1was or-,   r ���������     *rauco-Prussian  war.  Although  fored   12,000  for  it  over   the , tele-, jt has |jeeu eslimale(i UuU Ul0 momy  phono. . ��������� would be exhausted in a day and a  And   you  refused?    "'���������"''   TI"*- '  wishing   chances   of  000 would come to liim so easily.  'Yes," returned the millioniare; "if  they liad offered me the money I had  advanced on it 1 should probably hava  >      \   i   ti .n     would be exhausted in a day and a  asue.u  "If.;1' I half in case of actual war, thi fund  receiung   x~, i j.,ls |jeeil reserved for the expenses of  she. mused aloud; "so irresponsible, jumped at the chance; but such a high  then i adore power���������and wh:. is so' bid made me suspect at once that  powerful as a maniac acknowledging , lucre  was  something in  the    thing,  abso' tcly  no   restraint  "Kx*ept. the restraint, of tht* straight  Wi'iptcr.yt nnd the walls ol the lunatk  asylum." said Hugh. "Upon my word  something that someone knew,? and  that this someone was trying to take  advantage of me. And if there is  one  thing that  puts  my  I ack    up.'  Pflf.'i, I wish you would not talk like   said Mr, Hetherington    emphatically,  thai." ��������� | "it is the feeling that someone'is try-  a quick mobilization of tho German  army, to pay for horses and supplies  already contracted for on emergency.  The tower of Spandau stands in the  midst of a citadel surrounded by barracks and officers' quarters, not far  from the great American arsenals and  nanufactories of war implements, ll  is olindrical, built of l.eavy, massive  masonry, about 40 feet high and almost us thick. The tower is guarded  by three steel doors at its ouly entrance, each opened by a system oi  By Mr. D. W. Bole, President the National  Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Our leaders in both the imperial and  Canadian parliaments tells us it is not  for love of war, or lust of conquest,  Great Brit-  prosperous, and less than any other country  in Europe is the gait between reaction and progress; thero is,'therefore,  no domestic reason lor war. While  England is bound by treaty to respect  ^the neutrality of Belgium, she is not  bound by treaty to defend it; she is  not bound by anything that is signed, sealed and delivered to help  France; she has no direct interest iu  the quarrel between Austria and Ser  via, yet when English diplomacy failed . to confine hostilies to these two  countries, war involving Great Britain and the empire, was as inevitable  as it was honorable and necessary.  England was a party to the creation of the new Kingdom of Uelglum  in 1831, "and was, therefore, morally  obligated to assist her to maintain her  independence, especially against a nation bound by treaty to respect it.  This is apart from England's traditional policy of encouragement and  help to weak nations fighting for lib  erty and a free government. How  much little Belgium has deserved  English support was demonstrated  during the month of August. For threo  precious weeks she1 stemmed the tide  of an army intended to crush Europe;  then when the military .strategy of  the Allies required it she sacrificed  her beautiful Capitol as a pawn in the  you  wero. tho  industrious apprentica ' hut    the amount they mentioned put  anl liefer left ihe office in business  me at once on my guard."! think they  hours?  "T want to see uncle- on business."  Hturii answered.    "Is he in?" ..  "v.es," Delia replied, "in his study:  ho has not stirred out of it since ye's-  ter?'iy morning; he has hardly eaten  a thing, he never, went to bed last  nipht nnd if anyone goes into the  rnom -��������� he swears at them and as^s  tlipm  fo>* a number."  "food grPHoi's'." said Hugh, be-  vililerpc]. "What on earth do you  menn?"  "Rxjctly what I sny," said Delia.  After n pn "Re she added meditatively,  "I think thnt i.s what has got on my  ne-ves��������� and made me fly out so it  pmr Jnnvs; for now I come to think  of it, 1 seem to - ^member that it was  I mypfil.  who  spilt that cream.".  Hush  could  not help laughing  recognized their mistake, too, for a  man, came with an offer of ������200 later  on in the day, pretending, of course,  to know nothing of the previous offer over the telephone, but I was on  my guard by that time, and refused  again. The worst of it is, though,  that I have failed to read the wretcn-  ed thing, and now���������" and he_made a  gesture with his hand to the" ashes  in the grate.  pire another. The trea .ure is protected by constantly changing sentries, under a guardian,-' who was  made curator by a decree in 1874.  .The treasure itself, made up of 20  franc gold pieces, the same that wa1  paid by the French, is stored in bags  m a dozen small cabinets built in tlie  walls of various levels reached by a  spiral stairway. The guard is usually  made ur of 24 men, each ct them on  duty constantly, changing   every two  ,n , , ��������� , , ,   . hours.��������� A  pa-rcl  is  made about the  "But surely you < mild have got to ��������� base o[ the lower   inside ancl 0r_ top.  read it somehow," said Hugh;    "thp   0,jCC a year Ule goiu is weighed in  man wrote it, for example, where is  he?"  "Dead,"   said    Mr.'    Hetherington;  "the crazy, fool cut his throat fifteen  years ago.' He had one of my houses  in Poplar���������19, Birtles-street it was  and wh  in for reii  bulk for., an official, account. The  amount ot the treasure never  changes.1- ....  There was "one attempt at robbery  on the part of a drunken cobbler, wt:o  ,   .,.���������    got into the tower in some mysterious  en the agent put the bailiffs ; las[,ion)   but  fell   whou  he   was  half  t      ._..__ ent he came to me. Extraord ; way up  the staircase-and broke his  "Really,  Delia,  ynu   are  altogether | inary thing to do, but he did it.    Of ��������� necl[     0iily one  American hasvbeen  ' known to have a glimpse of the intar  ior of ..ae Julius 1'ower. He was Ko A.  W. oPindexter, of Los Angeles. Poin-  dexter, according'* to the story, askod  the sentinel to see the commander  and then slipped into tlie tower when  the sentinel turned his back. He got  too much  for ordinary  people,"    he '��������� course, he told tin usual tale of mis  Sni'l.  fortunes and so on, and how, if Uie I  agent turned him out, there was on y  "T hove folt upset," she answered ,,.,.,  moocM'v. her eves on the ground and the sutler for him and his little girl.  vot giving him one swift side glance, 11 told him I made it a rule never to  "Qt-or pi. re vou loft here; I have felt! interfere with my agent--who had :n-  so Unrod since.' But how hnve you ' structions to be as lenient as might  como  she  added  quickly.  "1  heard   be_ compatible^ with  sound    business 1 mt0 serious trouble with the Spanduu  =ni'   q n vA.h . n 1T���������  "I "nn)B bv train," he answered. "1  took the 2.52 from town and.walke 1  over." ,. '  "A.I  the, wp.v?" slie asked quicklv.  the  .__r__icjp___s���������and   then Aie   offered   me   authorities   for   going   too   near' i  this "ipher as sec-unty-Tor-a-i-oaTi-OH^^Y^  ' '---������������������       ���������    -    ��������� wny   of l(ie innocence 0f h^ purpose   Tn  ������200.    I  really    dc- 't    know  I accepted, except that,he was a plaus , tower has excited great" curiosity on   ^ ible rogue who made one believe in ��������� tne ^^ 0f German tourists, but sight'  " vou walked all lhat\vav in"an ��������� him because he seemed :o believe in | seer_ are not welcomed on the island  hov.r?" " ' i himself.   He gave mo his note for the i 0f -Sl)al (|aUi  "T wnnto-i a'vnlk," he said, "and A money; and whon the time was'up Ij other nations have considered it a  liad a skirmish with a tramp on thn j I>"t the haili.ft's in again, and to him ] w.lste of money tor German) to keep  way into tho bargain. Tin fellow was , hp- !-atl to pay up in full or clear out the trcesure store'u at Span..au, be-  tr.������o"ont. find 1 had to knock .im down i ot the house, or let me fully into th'3 cause it was known that it could last  aftor wlik-'nuc cleared off. at cliam | secret of his cipher, that I might un- 0Illv nj,out a ciny and a half if used n  n'fM'ci'ip j ace .. derstand for myself if it was wortli, Cila'e 0r Wiir,   it was often sail that, if  "\h vou nro a man," slio said with ' An'mZ anything with. Surely nothing ��������� Germany had invested the mont at 5  n doop'^'gh- "to wnlk si v miles in an . coukl  lluvo   '*een   more    "'^asonable,, per eenl> siie C0lii . have increased the  In a great many of the newer agricultural districts It Is very expensive  to erect buildings for stock owing io the high price of lumber and tbe  distance whicli it has to be hauled. Oftentimes sod or log stables roofed  Ti'ith brush and sods are used, which answer the purpose very satisfactorily until such time as the farmer can afford somewhat more substantial  quarters for his stock. The accompanying'sketches are intended to offer  a suggestion as to a cheap and efficient method of erecting temporary  stables by means of making a frame of wire over poles and the blowing,  of a straw stack over the, whole. The drawings are themselves self:ex-  planatcry and' alterations can be made by the individual to suit any par-  ticular conditions which may arise. (1  These cuts are furnished through the courtesy of the Vice--"resident  of the C.P.R.  \tonn Wiki to ������"***cr stw*  ������)W4  -.������""���������" STRAW COLONY PIG HOUSE  The inside of ihis structure can bs parti'ioncd  off with rou.h lumber If so desired into.  separate  pig  pens.  5^urren������  1io"t nnd fight, a tramp on the way���������"  "II  is not much of a tost of man-  could if?" I ��������� rincipal so thr.- the aggregate fund  "Nothing," agreed Hugh drily; "but' migilt iast as long as a week in time  hoc;!." sp.1'1 JiiiRli with a laiii.li. "Coiul ', what wriS thc ci*)ller- s^PPos^d to be   ���������j w..r  J s^o nncV-if I wont to thn house?"   about?''  "Ana  what do you think the fool  'Von  will  find  him  in  hi_  study"! ,, .  ,, .,...  the.   nnswpport.   falling   bnsk   in   her |������1W...tbe m?mon^"^*-,^;"^,"??0^'  ch''.i   in !*er old, bored manner; "and  whon ho has sworn at you, and askod you for a number, you can como  banV; io me on ft I will givn you some  toa--oh! and if you see James any  whoro, toll hlni I want to speak to  him.'  "Al rk'ht," sold Hugh, thinking to  hipiiolf tli.it lf ho were Jnmos, Pella  Tnifiit continue to want to speak io  him.  Ho wont inlo tho house, and making  6d?" inquired Air. Hetheringtoi, appearing not to.have heard this last  question of, Hugh's. t     m    .... I {^'"which" "throws some light on tli<3  Making  a   Fool   of the  Kaiser '  An interesting story is told of the  lato    General    Sir   James    Grierson  when lie was military attache at Ber  Idea,"    said j  cniiracter of some of the Kaiser's en-  I   haven't the  least  I-IuKh.    "What?" , .  iBnfrn.  l0Y^7Ti;i 5? ,S������. i ^rt^'^Sl-'lSfu, ft  UnR erylng.noor 1������������������lish!. HorrWl.   li.m}"���������������������-0} ,t.   'Tfie plnca Is.a per-  some years between the two nations  developed into an understanding  which, to au honorable nation, was  as binding as a treaty,. So co'nlident  were the two nations of each other's  support, that England surrendered, in  a great measure to the safe-keeping  of the French fleet, her interest in the  Mediterranean, while France trusted  her western and northern shores to  the friendly vigilance of the English  i.eet. If England had been the lirst to  feel the stroke of the enemy, no Br't-  on has any doubts as to what the attitude of France would have  been.  In th^se circumstances, both with  regard to Belgium and France, Great  Brita.n is at war because honor demand, it. If she had made herself"  a party to the. shameful "bargain pro  posed by Germany, she would n.ver  have ..recovered from  the shame. ���������  Now, as to the.quetsion of the noc  essity of war for the protection ot her  material  interests,   a ,glance  at  the I  map  of  Europe  will  answer.    Great I  Britain's total annual trade is nearly  ������(vch  billion   dollars,    on. Unrc    of  whicli is with Continental Europe. The  open door to this vast European trade  is ' through  Holland and Belgium.   If  England   had   remained   neutral,  and  France found herself unable to drive  ���������the���������Ger-mans__baj(_k_int0 their ''own  country, these doorf would'have,been  closed. In addition to, this bhv* at  En^h.nd's trade aud prestige?' Ger  many would have dominated Europe  and whipped into -,er ranks ah the  weafer nations, as' Napoleon did 'x  hundred years ago. Thus ' fortified  L,ernr ny would regard her oargaiu  with England as lightly as she regarded her treat, with Belgium, and  make fresh demands which, if complied with, would mean an end to thn  British empire.  But the" kaiser reckoned wit tout  his host���������Britain did not barter her  right to defend lier honor or her interests. Her pec pie at home, and  throughout the empire, closed rank  and stood as' one man ready to assume the terrible consequences of war  rather than that tho (lag shouli. suffer dishonor, or that it should be lowered in the markets of the world.  Grout Britain, the little island na  .i-iviw Wall*  STRAW IMPLEMENT SHED  The idea is to show how easily and cheaply a comfortable building may be put up by any  farmer who  cannot at first afford to  build a modern frame barn.'  Ridge..  r,  . STRAW ^/-V     f ���������   "���������������    OPEN ING LIFT   FOW  VENTILATION  ISrv  'loo  sill ro STITCH Wl������1  STAKES.  ���������Pba-r������  Yard Built ON  ''   HOG-PEN  This frame is constructed of a pole frame over   which  an  ordinary  fence  wire��������� framing-, W  woven and the whole structure then covered with straw.    This is a cheap and economical  method of erecting a warm winter house for the  brood sows.  ._NCEtol*e.  STRAW,  ���������jrl  -Log Sin. to ST*_7fK Wmttr  G'FOLES  HORSE  BARN  Showing a wire and pole frame which only requires a straw stack to be blown over It in  order to make a very  satisfactory stable.  ! dreamed  of  it  sovornl   times   after-  fecit hot-bed of intrigue.'  his v-ny in his uncle's study tapped   wuriis.    One  -���������^/'������nB^ BOri of u man la thc kaisor  lnor.    Th'M'o was no answer,   wro������^fiftBrt" nm*^   ������,^X   ood'w     ' bln^^f?"  buiuirei.  his  friend.  "Oh,"  and  so unturned Ilio hnndlo rnd on-  *>/���������*> <;,l,in scklom (l������ muc:h  -00'1  wltl-i ",o said, "he's all right;   he's a gen-  ''Win i  did vf-do   then'"    aRkoi ! tlomiui.    But. those around, him are  l y "*���������    ' Ipnrfoctlv    poisonous.    This    is    the  "Twoh so di^,_tc<i mat i toid my1������%;rp11j;;; lK t  agent lo soil up evoryllilng. Thcni i *-"������ ������, *������������������' ..- (,olonp| 0ri0P,  wnt nn extmordinury collodion o, fur. I Hiild to mo. 1 nm told, i.oione.  niu'i'H. ci'iii'lbles, tubea, and I.or'.l  knows what, but tlmy till wont lor  lii'.i'itlciilly not'.ih.g. So 1 wrote thu  affair off us n bud (lobt, put . to clpli.  cr awiiv in my *ale, ana ih������vir  Lhoiig".    'of lt iigaiii Ull 1 got thlH or  Pets on tho Battlefield  What sort of a pet have the British  Grenadiers   taken  with   him  lor  the fray?    ln  the Crimea it was  a  cat���������a  pretty, playful  creature  picked tip in the march across Bulgaria,  and taken via Varna to the Crimea. ���������  During  tho   battle   of    the  Alma,  tion,"iio 'larger 'than one of our own   when the fate   of empires appenrou  larger provinces,  whose    ports    and   trembling in    tho    balance,    Colone  at  lho  lntidlf* rnd on-  tnrfd. Mr. Hclliorlngton, silting nt a  big writin-r labln covered wlMi pnnni'fl  tlint lrid overflown on to tlio door,  looVo/i up witli an on Ih as Die dcor  opnivd.  "vou, Hugh," Aie growled. "Wnli,  why nro ynn nnt ut Ihikinr������K^-.��������������������������������� n(.  lifted hl������ hund suddenly and pointed  markets are free to the whole world,  whoso army and  ravy arc ^manned  without a single conscript, and whose  government is as free and democratic' cat, boys  a:: hor republican ally, is fighting for    ��������� "Here   she  is,  sir,  the principle of honor between nations , stentorian    voice,    and    a    glgantiL.  and flint British pluck, industry nnd   boarded  Grenadier  stepped   forward,  Whetitley,    with    the    cheerful non  chalance of tho merry men ho commanded,    cried    out:  "Whore'sf the  v>    "  answered    a  fi'M  iii  n  w'lh   u  Rf'Hluro'  almost  tbrfifeiiliiR.    "Woll, us ynu ure here,  pl'/o mo a number, will you7" he sulci  "One  day   tho   omporor  suddenly  son, but I neoil hardly sny tlvit I  don't, for ono moment believe It, thai  you liavo given away lo tlio Fronch  nil tho HccretB of our Q.K Artillery.  Now, I wish vou would llnd out whore  tlmt  Hliitoniiiiit comes from mul put  enterprise, the world over, shah not  pale before the unbridled lust of a  military autocrat. To Canadians this  Is an inspiring rpocfaclo,  opeiiQd his knapsack as .ie spoke  Thero was puss, safe and snug, Sho  pooped out at the battle, stretched  herself, yawned   contemptuously   at  It is to maintain her place in the   tho. enemy, then settled down again  oriiplve nntl to share with tlio Moilier   in her nest, to bo carried through s  Country  the bunions of this war at.  clvill/n'tion, that Cnnnda offers In tills  thrilling charge,    survive the  buttle  unhurt, and lo becomo in, duo time,  crista, ho ungrudgingly, the (lower nt  a Joyful mothor ot kittens,  hor  young  manhood   and the   first     Hcmc'lilng ol   tho   snino   so t of  ���������ills of her industry. thing happened    In   the  sanguinary  Hint, oi inr iinnisu.. ongagomoi ts    botweon the ltusslniis  Undertaking  nnd .JiipiinoBO.    During    tho terrible  ,'������������������.������������������ J  A  Pious  AcKer-liV'tn nt  flunK li Im poll down.  'No i;uml, iiu k  moodily.  "llnl  whul  Ih it'.'" asked  Hugh.  "fin fan ml It all!" tuiid llidhoring ,  to-i wllh niiolh'ir oath; and ihmi Jutiip- ��������������� ������ "Ik uoritn,  Inc.  up  he'Hw'ept  into  his arum  th" | >        -  Whole   litier   ol   piipi-i.-i   \u.w  uii������ .- ������������������ ,     ".'.!.':.:   ':*''  IiIh writing tiihie, curried tliem lo tin' \ Hiild UiistiiH .lolin.diig, "hut Ah..'lonn'j thou, kiiuuIh for l^'boruli Knuiliiiii  thoiu-h the eoniHct rtigcd from ������ a.iii.  to I p.m., no inn on mtnui' side au*  cither killed or woinidcd, though onu  man broke his collar hone by lulllmr  >i-tl'i1   ter     everclse,'  onnniHmifl.  Homo   In   tlio  wine  wuh put. IliroiiRli in n trenion  h,rVy'   ThU'^HnM1 nUwiJ;?^;,! WoglontB  und-Homo  ill  the Termor  ' ��������� ��������� -��������� ��������� ���������   ���������-������������������'   "-���������'    -i  of Ihoiio are  In  Serving in the . Ran'.ti  Another point ought to be mentioned," and ,tliis concerns those who are  hovering on the brink of enlistment,  but who think that their duty L to  become officers rather than privates.  No doubt there Is dearth ot officers,  but a'so it is not too much good for  a man to offer to bo an officer unless  be has had some previous training or  bas some special knowledge. No ono  who wants to servo his country tctlvi  best of his ability, and thnt means ,  practically everybody, should apply  for a commission without adding that  if- he cannot have one ho will ontor  the ranks. No man Ib t'oo good to  servo his cou try ns a private soldier. That must bo hammered liitoth1.  minds of the youths of tho uppor  classes and of tbo middle clnss, Happily plenty of thom nro already sotting an example by going Into tlio  ranks. There tlioy will' I'nro just as  well ns tlio officers while cnmpnlgiiiiiff  and will be just as woll looked after  if thoy full sick o. aro wouiv ed.  In tlio modern army thoro nre no  soft places for olTlcors. Indeed, tlia  officers nro worked dlatlnct'y harder  than tho men, lave to expose tliem-  selves more to danger, nnd owing to  their leadership nre unable tn lorK  out for oiiwy berths. Of courso a  man with a special knowiedgo a.ul  Hpudul bruin-power will do well to  boooino an officer Wo nro convinced,  howovor, tlint, the nrdlmwy nian oC  "'.uentlon and cultivation belonging  to Uio well-to-do cIiihboh wlll do lt"t-  tor hy joining tlio runic: promptly  thnn hy bunging iibnut' waiting Inr n  coiiimlRRlon, Uoinoiiihor Hint If li1*  II' oh soldiering lie cnn always qualify  for his ooniiulKsloii from tlio ..hiIih,  Tlio ninlis of tlio Gormnn army nro,  of oiiiirdo, full >t mon of birth, nroetl  ing, woii.tb and education, and ho nm  the runlis of Uio Fronch, Indeed, wt-  hellovo tlioro in nn ex-cablnot mlnlRter  Uioiildorlng his rillo ns nn ordinary  prlvtifo In tho French army. The men  of light nnd landing muBt tut the ox-  ample, und there Ib no oxnninb wluob  thoy 'ini Bet bettor, or which wanin  Betting more nt thin momiuit, th u  i hopi'l'iillv ontoiiiif. the runka at private Hold'lers. When onco tho recruit  in in Uio .li.uy the military inth������ntin������  wlll know how aott tn iiinko hho ot  any npeolnl titlontfl bo may poH������unti.--  l^o'ntlcm Spootntcr.  Ilroplare, diituped fheni in thn grate,  nnd whllo I high,, looked on In sur  prlHo, ho Hlriick a inalch and Re( llr������!  to ihem,  "My dear uncle," snid Hugh, "what  art1 yu ���������Inlni.?"  "Gelling rid of n nlghtmnre tlint luii  nearly driven ine rrn/y UiIh last twfn-  ty-four liriurs," ������ulil the. millionaire,  dropping into nn armchair and watching thr* burning pnperR with BntiHfac-  t.oit. "What (h the ffme? ,Vo' flvo  yot!   Good Lord! and dlnii'T won't bo  mind dlggin' for do root ob all evil,  ho long UK Ah doun' hev tor ills  doawn filler iimli own iiockots,'"���������  WimlilriBlon Star.  "1I������'������ won a lot of money botlln������  on tennlh tnatchi-a."  "Voh, und tlio worHt of it Ib ho ro-  fen fo 111'-' wlnnlnci ni rnd profits."  --Huffulu KMirfBB.  Ethel (In approlioiiHlvo whisper,  which oimlly reiu'heii her Gorman gov-  cruoHH, to whom ilio Ib deeply atlucli-  eiD���������Motbor,  Hball  wo  liavo  to  Kill  "Taken < ut of n pow In lho church  Bomo inoiitliH Blnco u Common 1'rnyor  Hook lioniid In rod, gl't and lot lut oil  II.F. on cueh (tovcr.   Tlio pornon who   _..,   took It Ir advised to opon It and read , irviuiloiii?"���������IMinch.  tlio eighth  I'oijiii.nnrlnion'; nnd ni'tar  ward r'turri If    Info the nnmo    now  iiKain, upon which no further notlco  will be taken."  "Mrs. Niirldi Ih gottlng vory par  tlcnlnr."  Ou tho  Fortlival um iiiomi'.vi. tiiro::;.h<j'.'i J:i  din woro thronged with Miilioinetar.B,  prayliiK for nrlttali victory."  "Sine   tbo wnr ni'Riin thn womon  havo boon takliiK tho plnoos or tlio  mon on  thn  Paris ntri'ot eavt,"  ���������Woll, thoy'tl do it horo,  out Uio  Tlhonld ������ny >H������ In!    Why, iho mon j^Xmm^"^ l������ ** ^  won't hku oil iii her auto bmpK unleHr.   ���������llMffnlo KxproBfl  Wlfo���������Oh, Gnorgo, do order a rat-  "Jf I wore you, Matilda, I wouldn't  trap to be Bent home today.  take any notice of the cook If bIio'b an  Rry.  Hut I have to tabe notirft���������Rbft'B  George���������Hut you   bought ono  lnst  week  it |h ruHiuid."���������HufTalo Express.  A military arithmetician flnda that .  It conts ynbOHH to kill a man In war.  tonmio can toll.  8he Was Ready  Mr, Rhyboy���������1 lovo you moro thnn  'entlcmnn  Ociilloniiiii ,. from tho French "gpn-  unioumu-" ixi,:. lucuin; o.'i" "!���������' ho-  loiiKR to the .{oiiH-mon, or koii'.Ioiikmi,  woro thoRi, only who Iind a family  inline, woro born ol froo pn^ontfe, luul  no phvo In tholr nncoBtrnl lino nnd  hnd novor ben.- degraded to a lower  rank.  .  A Hrltlnb army dlvlr. on at war  Ptrength hiifi no fowor than 2-10 clot'lt*  iittiiclied to It. Thoy nro loilcer olerlit,  Bliorthand dorks, typists, nrcouni  nntfl, etc., nnd thoy bolonpt to ���������thfl  hondnunrtprB o( tho   division,    br'ff-  S  ���������Al. A. U. 1022  Juvit &lven ft "���������Hnltlmore American,   in that������������������UnlverHnllat Leader,  ������..;*   vno  *���������������*  v..,������ .1,  t  m,      v but Hnrry Tlmw finds lt bo     MIbb CUnclicr-Thon lot tho pnrboo  ndoH, bntiilllotiB, battovlco arid com  \\'\te~\o*. denr. hut fhoro's a rat  Nobody mu  "lT/'""ua      DU  .,��������� ���������lA .���������iuinir.���������linaton Tranncr nt.      nnninn.  *xpenstvo In times of peaco  do tho talking.���������Hoston Transcript.   I nanioo.  'V  ^L  .      _.  'A  ���������i ������.^-wr3!^T-^c*r.iar^ffffrr;  NOTICE us hereby, given that on tbe  first day of Novemb&r J914, application  will rUc made to the Superintendent ol  Provincial Policy, for a .renewal of lhe  whji.ft.aJe liqu >r license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection 3, Nelson District.  I'USl-.NER lilUiWING  COMPANY.  ,Dated September 30, 1914  NOTICE is nertsby given that on tbo  first dty of December imt application will  be m-<do to the Supoiiotendout of Previa,  cial Pi-licn, Victoiiis for the roaewul������f the  hot������-_ 'iocua-i to atll liquors by lotoil io the  bate! know, "as.tho WfUon hotel, tutuated  at Uhioa Day BiC.  AbKKKD li-kPUdi HciRNE  Dated September, 23, 1031  NCJ'l'roS is hereby Riven that en tive  fiivt diy of DuooirW i>extffpplkatoaJv������,iIi  t)ewiafio to th. Suf/winteiidttut of Provin-  citi. k'ullco, Victmi i, Cw a r������iior,<il ol the  U<ito" liueoso t������ aoll Hum-jib by rut<wl in  tlio hotel knowu a* the Union buttl. situate at U.i.in, B.C.   John 1?, McLi-wn  iiattd September, -i'A. 19U  ���������w*ima^Lli.l.Jmuat!httwme4**Uac������&i*t4T:  J^aas._*3^.1J^^������^y^,   BSITT^ .TOLWEE&.  *^^-jMSTJ<rf5favWi)M^ar^xa.'. V Aluwu tonrM.-ti.,fK**.-.  I  ~sr  -of British Columbia, Ltd,  NOTI4BJ8 bo ehy given Urn1-, on tlie  fiiRt ftfly uf Dt-oi'inyr iwxx, K^lii'Minn  \\ii*l be i������'ad<- tol he Siip.iintrn^ent of the  Piiii in cial Pol ic'-, Victoria, t>r the renew  al^.of tho hotel lioi'UBO t������ will I'.'quora by  iri-tuil in the hdtolkaow.t an the Wnorfluis  Stopping PI-co,-*itn>! a 4 Oy.-ter Iliwr,  iarJie.V.ovtnceof llri-Sh Golivnhja*.  '   A K.NIK WOODHUH.  Dd'-Od September 23, 1914.'  1  mm^mammwm*atmm**mmwmmmK>mm*aKmtmmni^amtasrwmmma*mc*Ki������a^  NOTICK U lierehy, given tnat, on die,  Qirst day of Dt<crtiiber t" xt apijlicuti'in will  lm mado to *���������-������������������ Suporii-tw.de.-it iA Provii*-!  cid Police, Victoria, fw the renownl oE ibt"  hotel ficiinee to sell liquet fl by n-tail w the  Lo'el _niown'aetttfi'Nol������ou .io**., situated  a. Union flay, B.C. John Fiuker.  Dnt"c<l September, 23, lOU  !V  THE S. ������, COWICHAN   WILL SAIL AS (J.NDER .  Comox���������Union Bay���������Nanaimo���������Vancouver���������Route  Leaves Comox, Sunday, 3 p. 111 ,   .. Leaves Union Bay, Sunday, 4 p. m ...���������'.  For Deuinau Island,,Nanaimo and Vancouver.  RETURN ING���������Leaves Vancouver, Saturday  For Natuvino, Union Bay aid Como.v"-  Subject to change without notice.  8 pju  -.ytfi-Uf ������������������'���������'���������..:-.'i'.X:7\.:ri\rii, *���������,,  ������  BliOIl  ft  J.     N.    MoLEOD        Ps*.OPBIETor,  Etrgliah 4 x BGS.TOS tUwuye ou tup also, the ffttno.u. M.LWAUKEg  BEElt4���������Ajii������M������i'f. UkIkhuau, Sdii.tz,-Ac. "OLD GREY BEA.HD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. -       Best Wines end Liquors of all kinds  Th������J ticardiog *ih1 Uorigiog D'^artaaent. muter the immediate eupermtendance  ���������   ��������� will l*i (ou.<i Firat olaaa ia every reaper!;. < '  CANCELLATION OF RE-  "SERVR  NOTICE IS HEREIiY (UVEN that  tlie reserve, the notice'of .which appeared 111 the IJ. C. (".luetic on ihe 271I1 day  of Deo-mber, kjo?, is cancelled 111 so far  ;is it leUies 10 the ' following parcels of  .land:���������the W. 1 2 of the S. ']���������:. 1-4, the  *>. \V. 1-4 and the S. 1 ��������� of the N. \V.  1-4*. est of ihe river in 'Section 4; the S.  K. 1-4. the .S. E. 1-4 of the S. W. 1-4  ���������ud tlie.M. E. 1-4 in Section ,5: -the ,S.  i-J of the S. E. 1 4 in .Section S; the S E,  1-4. lhe S. W. 1-4 .iid the E. 1-2 of ihe  N. E i-4 in Section 16, and the E. 1-2  ���������ii lhe S, K .1-4 and 'N. 1-2 in Section 21,,  ill iu Township 3, Saywi.rd District, and  ihe, N. E. 1 4 tif ilu-'N. K. 1-4 in Ssc-  tion 32; ihe N E 1-4 of ihe.S \V 1 4 and  ih. N W i-4 ai.dN i-2 of.thcN E i.-4 iii  Section 33; the N ,1-2 of ihe N \V 1-4  tnd iht N 1-2 of the-.V E 1-4 in Section  3 .���������; and the S 1-2'aiad N \V 1-4 of the N  W 1-4 in Seciiou 35, al! in Towns-hip 6,-  Sayward Disi-rici. 'A  'l*ii������said Uails will he open forestry by  .jirc-eiiiptioa qn MondaY, the iSth day of-  May a-t the hour of 9 o'clock   ui the foie-  "noo;*.; all applications   to b������ "iade at ihe  office of the Government   Agtint,   Vancouver.    N'o 1'ie-empiion   K������cord  shall  .nclu.-ie niarQ than 40  .teres  of land ex-  cepi in cases,where it is  desirable lo  include small fractional   portions of legal  Subdivisions; information in which con  noc.tion may be obtained from'plans   on  view at the abo\c inoiittohed Agency.*��������� ".  R. A. REX WICK*  Deputy Minioter of Lands  Lands  Department,   Vi.ioria, 1..   C\  February llth   191.4.  NlTriCEiti;ti!r>-by. ?iv;a th-.t ou the  firiit day of- D.-comber ne"xt;. applieat-oa will  be mado lio tike Superintendent of Provincial  I'olioc, Viotlttivfor *'������������ retiov&l of the hn  tel lrc������ii������e te sell I'qi'nra by vctail in tlie  b>tel kuown as the Kvnr^Jilo hotel, eitWi^e  at Courtenay,.K C.     '   - 0. K. Ki-xiusku .  I>.U-dSept<ttiWr23,,l9l.l.  The Courtenay Hotel  Ev<M*y corivfcnienr'e for.guests.  The Cential Huttl for Sportsmoa  R4.T.E3,  ^������i 00 pes* day and Up  ?2*"R5������i"0&3SS  'M������**f'rt';;?*K'*'^.;w3i^kw  Worn*, but tJse. Best, of Wines and Liquors  at ihe 1'ar:  RATUS: REASONABLE  4ohn Johnston,   Prop  rown  --������Fewefs^-tmee-watftS'  ���������0,H TARBELL  ra������aiaMm*.m*rvMa-^tmmmamt^^*������mmmti**yu*m*iinwmni*^  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  ������ Aud. all KITCHEN . .UTENSILS  and  Sportsmens  f  I Genera  Better,  Cikaoer Than  Most Dairy' Feeds  Mi '  Dist-r ibu tors  in  Nf\NAiMO, B. C.  CANCELLATION   OL'1 RE-  SERVE-  I  'H  h  N0TK5R is lioroby given that nt tlio  voxt moot^ij. of tlio llonrd of Licoiiao Qfta.  T������ini������li)iioru of lho City of. Ciunberliind, I  ii.tesnd to iupl,v f������t a rone^nl of tho hot.  (aa.lieoBBi)' Ijolilby mo for tho Waverly  Il<i'aol,>lluHtuil on lot 2, bloolt 3, Cumber  li������i(,l TowiuiU.  V'KANK DALL08  Uuti'd Hovi'inbor llth, 1014.  .,iu.,*v*invmm..lVM-.ur*n'*.vimmm..������*i*������ui.i,mm.twMMt.w*  Notice is hereby Riven tli.U a I the  ���������new iiKictiriK of iht' Hoard of License  C'liiiiniiMioiiei'H-I'ititetul 10 npply fur a  rcnrnval of the hold license held Ivy nie  for the Now Mu^lancl Hotel, situated on  ���������block j, lm ,1, Cumberland Townsite.  JOSEPH WALK1JR  Dutcd N������iV������mW I ith, IUM,  NOTICK mhifwby f.ivon thai at llw  next iricelini; of Uie Uo.trd of License  t*iMi\uu*<ittOHers.o(thc City of Ctiinber-  Jaiid, 1 intend 'o apply for it rencw.il of  ���������.lie hotel liceus.". held hy me (or llw  "Kitiu GcorRu" Hotel, MtimWil oo ot 9,  block Ti Cumberland Towiviiio.  VICTOR I3CNOKA  n'Ltoil N������.v������w\her Utli, HIU.  NOTIOK in liuraby .Ivod tlvU tit tho  ������l*������t>,-VM'Cl������i'(f Ol    lilO    liOlU'il    Hi    LlUOIlHO  \'Juiu������tli.iiii������������'������ru i> Lli'; Otiv ui Cuiiib.-.r-  iutnl, I intoml to opiily for a ronewnl i������f tho  v/iolcnolo lienor lluorifco hold hy 1110, i.i.t-  txaleA ������������ lut li!, block 0, Uumlwrlmul  Tewimiio.  JiOHN MAR0OGW  l������iitod Novftuilicr jah, 1014. '  __i������  J'lOTCOK ������i -1������ hiitcl-y jiven t*u*t at llm  vtiiA mi'tiUiiK > t fJiO H'niril of Uoeu 0  <?.'(M������ii1*icHi<ni ih <if tho Oity cf Cunih r-  'i ti'j, I ii-li'B'l tv '.ppl> fcr n vni������i������itl 1 if  the whohHi livor )l)i.u������.i h.>l'M'*' ;i)0  ~u������ hlcoii l\ l-'t. 0', I'limb'Tlii'stf Tiiwnsuo.  (UMA MUSATTO.  aV^.ulN.ormiilH-rJjHli, mi.  NOTrcE IS HEKEBr GIVEN that the Reserve, a notice of  which appeared in the Bnl'vs'h  Columbia Gn/tttc on the 27th  day ai December, 1907, ia cancelled in ko far as it relates to  lands covered by Kxpired Timber Iiic611.se No. 42936 aud  known ns Lot No. 374, Sayward  District; find that the said lands  will be opened for staking for  pre-omption as MisurveyedTand*;  in compliance with the provisions of, thc "Land Act1' at 9  o'clock in the I'orouootvon Tuesday, August 11, 1914, For  further information npply to the  Government Agent, Vancouver,  through whoao office nil applications'must be made.  Ii. A. Rknwick,  Deputy Minister of I,������uds.  Lauds   Department,   Victoria,  \i, C, June 10, 1914,  NOTICE.  Sealed toiidoviJ will bo waived  by tho Minihtor of LihuIh not lu  tor than nnon on tho 7tk day of  August, 101 i, for tho ptireliuwj of  U(wmuoX241; to cut 4110,000  IVet of tiiulwi' on nn nrwi ft<l|join-  iii(^ Lot 17*1, Little VaMew Isluml,  fvivwiii'd Dirth'i<"t'. Ono yriii- wi'i  ho iillowed for thi* removal of the  timber,  ������������������  Furtfioi' partitmliivti of tlu* Clirof  ���������poroHtor, Victor!tu li, i),  LOST (Ht STOLEN  from No.  7 Depot, ipjoiil'fl Uittyolo, plated  rime, fitmiwht hntwjlobnifi; bno.k  wl'iml lnw froo wlu'til hub brit'w,  two pitclu'fS on Dunlop \\w,) on  liacK* whoe'l. No muo^������Hrd itn  fmnt whw������l, li^rtniinti-nn t.i K.  Virontimll. No. H MimV'ot to .lm������,  VV;.i.������*ilt. Ci'v J,������tUi'.������>,( C'W.'li������'.>'litiul.  SUAIMEI1 SCHEDULE.  Traic.6 will arrive .-.t Cuinluii'-  >!siiK'l from Llnioji Day lit. -B.-30 oii  Tuesday, Thwrsday und Isatui'duy  wenik'j^i., iuul will leavi* fur Uni'm  Hay AV<*dnt*silay and Friday at 7  in lho mum ing, and un ���������Saturday  at 530 in tiio evening. Tlioro i^  no chango in the S. S.-Cowichan  chedu'le.  __2#  tt*      t     r j  LIQUOR ACT 1910.  ��������� Section. 42..  NOTICE J* -hereby dver, that  one month ' fnun ��������� dale,  applicaifon "will" he mude to tlie  Supe.riinendent, of I.roviiuiul pol  -.cu ?������r f. license for the eale 0"  liquor l^y wholesale in and u_ion  die premises B-it.uit.fd in l,l,ie town  of Courlenay, I". C. ��������� known and  ������.U:s*oribed au 'Lota ,,50 and 314, Seo-  "101 l-(H.T-t" ~ 1  IN TH E COUNTY COURT'OF  N A NA 1 MO HO LD1SN AT  NAMA1MO.     "  IN TIIK MATTEL OF   -Henrv^  RiicliiirdesoM  SiiultK, deceased,   in ���������  testate, late of   Striindbv, Rupert  District, B. C  AND  IX THE MATTHli uf the ������Oi1i- j  cial Adiiiini^tmtois Acr,-'  TAKI-*"J NOTICE  \hu\   ���������������. i.r,:  - 1  d������r of His Honor judge L.-iriu-'i'.  inad������^. un the lOlli dayof J mu*  191-1. I was appointed. Administrator, of the Estate of th"  aliovc-meutioiied. decen-sud. and nil  parties liaviu_> chiinis at-aijist ila-  said estate are, hereby required lu  fiirnidi sutiie, properly wiitied;- to  nie on- or before the 15th dny uf.  J niy 191-1. AND all par.  ties indebted to said estate, are required to pay tlie amount of their  indebtedness'to uie   forthwith.  Dated   this  10th   duy of June  1914. '  W. Wksixy Willard, *  Otliciiil  AdiniiiisM'tiriir,  ChiMibei'laud, 1>. C.  CANCELLATION OF  RE-.  SERVE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the reserve of foreshore'  and of the coal under the seo  fronting ou Nelson and 'Newcastle Districts, notice of which  appeared iu the I_. O, Gazette-  on the 6th duy of January, 1910,  is cancelled.  li. A. Renwjck,  NOTICE  Any .person ur persoiiR, uniting,  removing or taking any blocks  timber or wood,' of any deM-'riptiodn  Kilonging to tlm Wellington Colliery Oo'y,, or from or off the land  of tlui said Company, or iinyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon ihe company***  land will he prosecuted to the full  extent of tno law.  J, It. LOOK A 111),  General Manager,  Colliery Co,y,  Duted tluu loth day  of   April,  191-1  UNION BREWING COMPANY  Ltd.  Conrad Rt.-ttel,,  Applicant  LIQDOU ACT, 1910.  Section A'l.  NOTICE is horeby given that,  on the 1st day of li)ecemher next,  ii'HiiicRtion will be made to the  Snpeiiuioiident of Provincial Police for lonewal. of the hotol licence  to eell liquor by retiiil in the ho'eJ  Knowi), as tne Miiluspimi- Ilot'd,.  j .i.tviite at L,nnd, in the I'i evince of  Hrilish Columbia.  Oatcd this <^id day of October.  1914  FUED TIIU I IN  Ap|dioa"nt  LIQUOR ACT, -1910.  ������flclion .2.'  Lands Dspartmeut,' "Vicioria,  B. C. 23rd June, 1914.   - .  ������fl.'������w������ai'������{* TRJio'e.WSJirtrtS  '������--/9'?<���������_,    Oe������?rR������a?cnB'*.c.  f.-yrnnci -r-na'.-'i, nMxt-.^���������������-JJ.-U-i.-n'>;i.->:i v.-tt  ijalokjy jiiwry,:?. '-'lr ^".'A- A >^s-_.,������!i6itc<- ->b  <iivci7.:lnr. ir pi-6T.ii.Nj.-Vu -.' .l-rls ,"-; ;ir.-i-,',.-.\.  Vo.:r;si.-ic;> r--."J-,_(.:.._'. f;'t ������������������ v^'-K'tl '��������� - ���������'' -vx  r.-.������..'r������o. ;:'ri-:    -..:-.'-. -*f .���������   ,.-.���������-,- ���������-,.;l ,-.,  l\-.;if.t :;t.v'j ^ir;'^: ! "..'-in ,-,- C* ISjvIV.  t.v<>. i:n"H'������, T't'V*>:i. ���������'<-. .,..'.<;.->  -s ^ -. ���������    *, ' i-  4.-. .*������������������> -*   K*tV  Ji    'I..-'    l."W.     .*!'/     1 J -, ~ . f  '���������u^Kir^i \.i r..-.ir ,','i'  ��������� Uieact: Oiic.. o������r Bt.. WmitarJi^, 7-:.0. '  *.r    ?<-L1tv>a.v^i,'V'-{?'?:'t'  ,       .'-.",, -fi.   *> l'i..Arjt  , ;;:..;<*.���������:; r  *%������������������  fe  ^  -#M&V  S}  NOTICK TO t;oNTi\Ar. i 3a.������A ,  NO   S  MlN'K SCHOOL.  EALKD TENOEKS? supt.-sti'vc:  '���������T'^.iuler for \'a. l? Mi-.,._ S^wol,'  ������iil be rcf-eivoi! tiy tiiv 1 v..3our;-.)A- ihi  M'tiisit." of l'ubMc \V-*.'!:s ii|* tu .ion;'. 01  Tiif5tiay,' '.lie lt/lli rj'.v-of .'.l.y lOU*.-;;  J'iC L-n.-c|:'ii] ,\!-.:i c.r..'..-;.o! :;ri .-;'.���������. iv.������ ,  ro'.mi sc'iooi-'noiiii -.il A'i. .? ..' '.. '-.-.-.;���������. -  ticrland, in i.ii* L<. i:,o--; 'ii'.ia;..,ih *)������������������-."..'tt  Plana,, <J|--**ci!'c.u:<-n<:, tunuuci ,-n:  f.irtns ot lenriCY m.'i) '������������������: so.:, on arid ,i'  t -r      ilie i-st     -. A'av       cf        M.i;-.  1914, a 1 the 0 A\ c. e ui-  Mr. J. H;iird, (*i������vc;.nnent-Ai;cnt. ��������� j������im-  bcrlund, H. C; Mr. A. J. Si-tl-e.:A*ir'1_  Secrmury of ltie ^f:iio'>l I'wi'.rd,, fJ'.;r,*.b'k;.i-  'fiinii,; K.."{?A iiA^. '-'k iOt'f>r<r������������������eiau <ri  VabHc Vfot&, '^,-jt.t t -  liy application to t'he iva-^ti. rsi^-acd.  couiriictois inivy olu.-.';i <i crjiy of liu*  pliir.s nml specilioii-l-rjfis ������r vli*. *an A  tc'n d'.iHiu'B {.5lai, wliieh v,*?.'! fee rofundsd  "on reuiiwviy <������M.uve >.ri y.noft <iY"ter.,  lifit'h jatfiyjosd tt.AVAi!,ie ii'_c������n*J6.i.niyt'  by an ;������:<.��������� epietS  b.t'uii ti������c^>s >jY   ci0> 1.r; 1 -  Deputy Minister Ot Lands,   caie ofde-pwiii. on  ,\ chminr-ed   bunk v:  ��������� LAND REGISTRY   ACT.  f-N'THE M.ATTER ofai.i Application i'or  a  fresh   Certificnlt  ot" Title, to   Section  Comox  "DisTfict..    "  " NOTICK is hereby given o1  my intention at lhe expiration oi  one Calendar month from the  first publication hereof to is-s.ie a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieji  of the Certificate of Title issuetV  to Thomas Beecroft Ussher La-  con ou the 31 d day of September  1891, and numbered 12567 A.  which has beeu lost.  DATED at the Land Registry Office, Victoria,' Ii. C, this  23rd day of June 1914.  S. V, Wootton-  Registrar General of Tit-lcs,  notk;e.  UiilinR on loeomotivf.B and rail  way -earn rvf tho Union I'lollwiry  Coirniany by any porwon or por-  soriB���������Axccpt tain urow������������������'],) Htriotly  prohiVUed. Employees -*.ie ������nb*  ioc to (JifliniH&al for allowing earn-  Uy order  J. R.  LOCKARD,  General Manage..  ice for hmhhvuI of tha hotel lict-nci'  ���������o null liquor by ictni). iu the hoi id  known un thn Willow*' Hotid, nilwi'  nio at Ciimpl'.oU Kiver, in the Pro-  viiii'o of llritiHh Col um bin.  Dated thin l.th dny of Oclobifr,  DM.  CHAHLliS THULIN  LIQUOR  AOT, I9.O  (Section 35)  NOTICE is hereby given that,  ou the 11.111th day ot May next,  application will be made to lhe  Superintendent of J'roviuoial Police for the granting of.a liceiiS':  i'or the cftile ofliquor by retail iu  and upon the premises to bc con  structad iu accordance with the  jlaus and .specifications to be hi  Canada, i-,r\do. pa_>--.b'.ti io i-i'.'o Kor.curable the Minister of Public \V'i;-il;s, Ioi s  iUi.. equnl t<> to- r"-'.' >'?i"t nl il"-.: u'rhier,  wiiic-h s.h-'ill b. fn i'f ent it :f ibf ;j,iVr-' ���������.'.-',  dering dtrciiiifi '.c I'UU'r ���������lu'f' ^oriiru :  v*. iiyn c^'.llr!", upon'.(* do so, o*- Ij' hi if'.  io foipp'i'lf:' ii".' A.rk ('iU'Ki'U'1'. 'ha:  '1 h? '-hi-.'.;".-'; mi i*'jvtitlcui':������ "i n-.:;j.'sU of  un-i'cce-i. fu! ;c-:]<.ifc:s will bt :0'.i:::'ji?  in' then   upon th^' o.^eavlic'r'   of   fi������e  conir.-Kt.  . TL'iTc'eraj'will not be coniijfjod uirie::--  m;v.ic cnu on the fo.-in-i .u-_pi,.���������<,), signed  with ibe .ictuii! si������n,it-ttre ������f :bc i_;-,dei-  :*r :iHrl .ui.jlo-.eJ in ihe ci-i\e.iopc. Uut.  ished  'I'liu iijivesi or ,-iny ler.iier not m-.:. .s:i:  ily nctepiw".  ���������I. K. G^IF-FITH.,  Deputy Minister niu) 1'nhbr.' \YC>&?  Era.itieci: _>i-p.iriiiit.'nt of I'utilir Woiks.  Vicmt'.ii-., B. C, April 28,101.1,  ray 6 ' ai vu  o  <l  for the Milk ���������wa.t'i.i-u  with 1 ho Cr-ch hoy.  FRl'M-I MJTIK A'MD  FARM PROD uer:  Our Milk is the pirduct   ' j  of thc 1-f.tit h'C-1 Cows      <������������������  P'RIv.S.H  UILK  ��������� Delivered imuiri!.><$��������� vvcni.'i.'.1  NOTICE is hciftby given  that,  ni tho 1jt dny of  necuinbiT ne.f.1,  iipnliiMiiion  will be und" to  thcl1',    -...i'o       ; , ...a.,     ,  ,''    .       ,        .   ,      ..,,,,    cd with the   SupciiiiU'iident ol  lv.i|i('i'inltnid(.in; 0;   PioviiU'inl Pol ���������   ,,      ..,,,!��������� .    4 ,  Provincial   Pol;ce,   and   to hv  knowu as the Pier liotel, ami to  be situate al or near the govern  uiem wharf at Royston Nehion  Dustiict, Uritish Coluinbin, ujioii  the lauds described as Lots 20  and 21 in Mod: H of the Subdivision of part of sections <]  and  (* A.  Applicant  Dated this ist day   ot  NOTIOB i' lieroby Klv.'iii lint  \A \\w   r9"* 4���������  u<lU. niittliiiK ti Uki lScnii a f r Lioi.'11'ii Coin- IlAKKV iDIUNt-l,  iuumouitb of tin Oity ol Cun bui'liiml, t  ���������:  *  '*'tty$fyW>tv$tt'*.-<rttrl'^',b<rt'S.>et'^  OIVK US YOUR'-NLXT OR  DKR   VOR'jOLJ   PRINTING..  r CO Tt.)���������  ' HUGH MITCHELL  FO'.l   VOUIl  Gen'l BiacKsmithiiig  ��������� AM.)--  Third St.       t'.Hnih^'brt;^  \pril, 1   r^iX^>>A^'A'i\f\3vi;n>.,v:^  Wood   Woodt:i  Wood  Now is tho 1 into toplai'n  yonr ordor   for   SLAIJ  WOOD  92,^0.. .pel- iluiibk* li'iul  t  Tfuui The  9  I  I  VI  %  ,*'  Ip)  Vt'-'l'l  ',  :i ic  ���������,v:il   f '.lu !;>!  Applicant.) ������Q     Cl'SaDi^^  nWufifio bi'blbv i"'A,i   )k' b'iiii.bi.<i'.,ii,.l        \'iulill   ,Stiii*n&,   Thlkill}{   llli'.-  Hote.l, Mtuiitnl on Ion 1, hlnuk ii, t'mii'. 11- oliino nec*d)o.s mid Victor Records  laud TuwiimUi.  WILLIAM MEHHIHai).  I\.t.lX.'.v:::l.:A!tJ. IVli.  tBMf.lM,Allh*U������������l������' twa ***J*tma'M*)  for sale at tin* Me\v������������ oflice.  K*  7'Stininci  vSKW'NO   MACHINKS    RiC  PAIRED  J i.\m}������r  S*J$  Mr������������. diMikii'.   i'.' m ri-.or  ������ Star Livery Stables  yj'  M)TICKii  li-r-Wy h'ivo'i Ui <*���������   ut  tl.o _  iu-iliiu!t'tin������'ur Uio HoM'd ..afl.iM .m-Ci.,11 ! , --���������        _ Jo,1li!,.m������w,e fvi������.������ ������:Vi....'l i������-������!  P.  mniiiiHTflor ilioCMfy of Cujiilifi'liiiiil.-"      Tvii; l:iii)!Cr Aji<.'ut   is   a round,  i1lUi.,(|    .,P..u,.. ��������� v;.,.i   .1  r:-i,.t���������..U.  inti'i.t,! to ii|>oly for ������ roiicwul tf tlii-ijih-:c���������].,,,v',,,,,.,1|,i     l,-.-,iv'.'   v"'.v   ' ���������:   \ Z. :?'������������������-.      ���������<"���������   ������������������  ���������:1 lli; Iimi I10M hy uh   f'r Um V������m.i1 umi    ,   "'        .        ,. ,   ' .     .. i '  IhiUA.t'AMA.'tlfib'i:, \bclh.\ (An.l.r   'lt'''������''t   ^f' "^oethliiil     NeWH ^rv.nio 1v.),:",.a.    i',*,'.*.',.*   ;-  luiiJ T������wi*'tw. lollii'i', and they will b<* a''.enihi''  .lOilKl'II l).\M0.VTJ':'lu pvomp'lv when the    a unit -n  jn'!]:'"! rouACco ���������  '(?<ivii&t^\%>t}7:/.~y������t$}v  !V'lo,l NuV'Jiibi' lllli, i> 1.  rives 111 town.  t  n.Sr lA.i' NK^.'M'AI'v.t: ���������  ���������    1  sar ^t Tills ny?ii*)i ^-:;  '���������r.'i  11-. .  V THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  A  LIVE  STOCK  MARKET  I^JH^ndT^gEi^g^  POWDER CONTAIN ALUM WHICH  IS AN INJURIOOS ACID. THE INGREDIENTS OF ALUM BAKING  POWDER ARE SELDOM PRINTED  ON THE LABEL. IF THEY ARE. THE  ALUM IS USUALLY REFERRED TO  AS SULPHATE OF ALUMINA OR  SODIC    ALUMINIC   SULPHATE.  MAGIC   BAKING   POWDER  CONTAINS    NO   ALUM  Mar  Bombs  Frjm  Air Crafts  i>  Th dropping ol" bombs irom air-  cral*. iv:is lirst dove.oped in (lie Un t-  eu Statos. Clcnn 11. Curtiss was Ui-j  first avi'itoi' io demonstn te liow n  battleship might lie boinharded from  th. air. lici'ore 1!U0 Cnrliss rtiirtled  the Ameiiciui nnvy department and  those of l.urcpo by dropping oranges  on a warships" Jock. Carrying a load  of explosives in an aeroplane was iu  ltsolf .danger ins, involves tn������ possibility of an explosion    in      rough  start of landing: dropping weights  above ten pounds during (light was  ���������supposed lo ali'eC. the eqnilini-. " of  an aeroplane, and dropping oi bomo..  with any accuracy seemed 'riipo'Mbie.  But these limitations were removed'in  the characteristically speedy wny in  ���������which all limitations are removed iu  aeronaut cs.  ln March, 1012, at St. Louis,.,'''ony'  Jannus dropped Albert fjerry, weigh-'  Ing 175 pounds, from ait aeroplane,  demonstrating that a load large  euoiigh to blow up a hattlcsiin oould  be dropped during I'ight without en  dangering the life of'the pilot. Later  in t.io. year the Michelin bomb-drc.5-  pin/. contests induced oxpeiimer.ts at  bomb-dropping, which resulted in  Lieutenant Riley E. Scott placing  twelve out of fifteen bombs in the  targ anil winning the $10,UUO prize.  These demonstrations were coi vir.o-  i-.g, but little attention was given to  them by military authorities, outs.ae  of Russia and Germany, where ' jn.*b  dropping contests were held. But "n  dividual inventors and milicary men  continued theii ��������� experiments, and  there were evolved devices and  bomb; wliich collectively, if" not  ���������singly', could be said to solve the pro  blem. To elimin te the dan'ge, of  explosion due to, shock, fov instance,  bopibs must be devised, such as the  Marten-Hale, whicli must fall a dis  tance to niaue _hem effect! o.. Tlie  Marten-Hale bomb weighs twenty  ~pounds, carries���������an���������explosive���������charge  of four poun'ls of trinitrotoIi'sui''and  3-10 steel balls.  WHERE FISH ARE PLENTIFUL  the  Swarms   of   Fish   Said   to   Keep  Water   From   Freezing  Jle'" would be a brave ma., win  told off his own bat as it were, of  fish in such swarms as to prevent a  river up"' north from freezing over in  waiter.  We have heard of British Columbia salmon raising "tidal waves"  before them as they push up the  rivers, and ' ..assed the story by as  lively proof of the fecundity ol human imagination.  Hut in the annual report of the director of forestry for 11)13, just published by the department of the interior, Ontario, we have this amazing  tale told in the midst of useful, interesting, and officially authenticated  material. In fact the modern -Blue-  Book (this cine,is green by the way)  is often very different from th- dry-as-  dust governmental reports of some  year., ago. This one is certainly'well  worth  sending for, and reading.  The    writer set    out    from    Fort.  Smith, Alta.^ to seek informatij-i regarding  wood  bufialo,   which ��������� would  ', appear to' be exceedingly hard to ob  ' tain.    He says in his preliminary report:  "1 started out with the man and  dog-team, following the trail we had  taken in January, the ore running  southwest from, Fori Smith and  turning due west after crossing' Salt  Mountain.  "My object was to visit a place called the 'Little Fishery,' known, to  mnny Indians up here, and which is  upper tributary of the  river. We were short  Mr. Bell though!-, it a  ascertain the "ocation  and any other partiju-  located on an  Little Buffalo  of  fish,  and  good idea to,  of the  place  Mi.iard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc  Keep  Books  and   Save   Expenses  Ever ' housewife knows she sliouM  keep-an account of all money intrust  ed to her.   The house accounts  many and often so small one won  neeu a set nf hooks to l.e kept daily.  Try tills easy plan. Buy a small pad  ���������and nencll. Tack it in a convenient  place and hy its side tuck a box with  a hole in the cover.  ��������� As you pi'y accounts make a note on  the little pad, tear it off and slip in  the box. These slips should I. dated  and hould state for what the money  ie expended.  Once a week sort, nnd flic and yon  will surely hn satisfied with tlio sim  plified bookkeeping.  nslr  liis  iiMrst. O'fico Boy���������Well, did yr  your boss for a raise, riglit after  lunch, ns I told you?  flccond Office Boy--Yes, ant. 1 got  fired! Ile'il forgot to take his t yspep-  Bin tali'otl���������Puck.  mm mi  &*  r ���������������'  To lhe Merit of LycHaE. Fink.  ham's Vegetable Com-  pound during Chango  of Lif  ������������������71"'  . ��������� V"  c.  \Ve. M r.nlc, No. ������������������ " I was pnPidnj*'  through tin; Cliiuifjo of Life and hml  jmiiiH in ni,y 1'iick  and fiido and wuh ro  weiilt I could Jjiinlly  do my housework,  I Imvo taken Lydin  Vi. l'liikliiim'u V������>ro-  tubli! Compound nnd  it litis done mu n lot  of (;ooi1, I will rf-  comm������;inl your ninl-  iciim to my friends  mul i;ive you i������Tinls-  w'on to publish my  Mrs. Lawucnci: M.ui-  '���������;;":������������������ iHtrTtyy--   -  'I   ������/-%      -v  '���������*. jfi5   fl������  toBtinionlftl."  tm, VA King St., WoBtbrook, Maine.  Mansion, Wis, ���������"Atthe Chimin of  Lifo I-milTered with palna In my Imck  wid loins until I could nut stand. I nlao  bttft Afht-nwontt tn that tho -'.hcota  would bo wot I tried other medicine  but got no reSiof. Ai'wr timii������K ot������������ Iwt-  tle o/ Lydin K. VinUhnm't Vi'i-utaHo  Compound I began to improve'and I  continued Jta uso fornix months, 'the  (mlns IL-ft inn, tho nlRht-flwenta, nnd hot  tlSU������h������������ JJlK'Vf  IfcWJ, H.IO* Li W.'J *)>.������** * '���������'-"*  a difleitnt womnn* I know I have to  thank you for my continued good health  ���������ver einco." - Hn. M. J. DUOWNEIX,  ManBttm, Wfi.  ���������Die micccm of Lydia E. rinUhamV  Vegetable Compound, mndo from root*  aiid herbs, is unparalleled in nuchc&Mi.  If ymi Artrnl special biItJci writ* to  XfMm E. I'lnliham Medicine Co. (tontl-  itntla!) Lynn, Mum, Your !ett*r *U1  b*. tifitneft, read and* aniwerod by i  Vmpinn. find hiM In ttrlA forMo****.  lar that might be useful. After following some very misleading and altogether foolish directions received  from, as we thought, reliable Indian  information; " we "located the pla"  more by sense of smell than anything  else.  "This 'Little Fishery'   is   very   interesting  atid   important,   in   that  it  is   the   only   place  near   Fort  Smith  where   fish   can. be   obtained   during  thc -winter  with   which   to  feed   the  _ dogs.    The    shortage    of fish at the  re so j ]r0i't and elsewhere    seems    to    be  j chronic, no .matter how big the run i  j i.s in the fall,   This is, of course, due !  only to carelessness anil laziness. But  I the   Indians   know   that   if  they  run  ; short towards the end of winter they  i can easily get all they want nt this  j price.  "li is at tin confluence of a small  j shallow' stream,  and  the  upper part  of the Little Buffalo river, some two  uiui a half days' travel in lhe winter,  from Fort Smith,'   The fish aro suckers  ,nnd  are  there during  1'obruary  and  Mrreh  in  such  quantities    tlui  thny will, stream from hank to bank,  They keep the river open  for three  pr four hundred yards, nltlioi'Kl. two  or throe feet of tee cover tlio'river  bolow   this point.    They  are rather-  Miiiiil,  the  Inrgesv of thom  weighing!  only one-third of c  pound ami    the i  smallest  being only minnows,    How- ]  ever, what tlicy luck In   ilze I., made j  up in nua'ntity. Whnt' Ihoir object is j  In  congregating  there In  such  mi-n-i  hers [ have not been able to user- j  tain,  "The method c' catching   them it  simple and  primitive. Thny are sim-'  ply n",t.o\)oft onl wllh lings (fed on ilio'  onil of polos, and a pile Is made on i  the snow on ' tho   bank,    Horn tlioy |  freeze solid, and  wlll stay    so until,  late in April.   When wo arrived Ihey  hnd  ifiirly nil gone, but we miu.itged  to got nix or seven bugs full wil limit  very much trouble.   They must luivi,  Uocn   there  In  enoriiHius    i|ii:intltloq,  iih lingo masses of thi'tu woro frozen  In the Ice along the shore, nud pllo-i  of doin   llsh    cinild    he    seen everywhere behind hu ikon lugs, driftwood,  mid holes    In Ilio linnk.   Of course,  this- .vill lio of prime importance to  uh, as wn can use II iin a basin of sup  ply of' (log-feed when ill that part of  lho country,  "No tracks of any kind wore discovered by iih on tho outward or Uh!  Inward Journey. Tho snow wna  vory soft und a hard crust formed on  It ever night, so animals nt  kind moved about as little  Ml'ile.  "I spent ooiiHld Tiiblo (lino and effort, looking Kir i good tunulion tor  a Iioiihii on Salt Mountain. Vou  know that fresh walor Ih very semen  there, ami wo tire fortunute In having  loimloil ii good-Hlzoi) fresh-water lake,  ono of those deep orator lakou. yon  have heard spoken of."  Farmers of the West can Now  ket Stock at Regina  To make the raising of live stock  more profitable to the Saskatchewan  | farmer, the city of Regina has decided to establish stock yards and   thor  industries -which    naturally    follow,  , with the least possible delay. The exhibition grounds,  which   contain    75  'acres and a great many large cattle  barns, have been turned into a stock  yards, until such time as the city is  , able  to secure a . suitabie site, and  ' erect the necessary pens and build-  , Jags.  i The exhibition grounds at Regina  'are well equipped to take care of all  ��������� shipments of live stock from now on,  ; and the farmer is thus assured of bet-  i ter prices. Arrangements have been  1 maue for packing houses to have buy  ' ers "on the ground, so that Jie farmer  is assured of a ready market and  competitive buying.  The stock yards will be under tho  control of the Industrial Commissioner, city Hall, Regina. lie has already  circularized many of the stock raisers and explained the advantages to  be derived by marketing thoir live  stock at the Regina stock varus. Practically all of these stock men are  greatly enthused over the proposition,  lt will be remembered that live  producers' associations in Saskatchewan recently petitioned tlio provincial government to take immediate  steps to provide suitable stocit yards  in Saskatchewan for the marketing of  all Saskatchewan live stock, It was  in vieAv of this action on Uie part of  the live' stock associations tha, the  city of Regina sought to meet their  needs, and at the same time secure a  substantial industry for the capital  city.  Government figures show a remarkable increase in the number of live  stock iu the province in l'J13 as compared with the number in 1901. The  figures are as follows: ���������  1901.  Cattlo       227,053  Sheep         73,079  Hogs         27,'it'.  These figures show an inccrase  cattle of 2G1 3-107o; sheep, 15 2-5%,  and hogs 1,0S5%. Although the figures  cover a period cf twelve years, it may  be stated that the bulk of tin"* increase ,������,has. taken place within the  past four or five years:  Up to the present the stock raisers  of Saskatchewan have been, discouraged by reason of the fact that marketing facilities were entirely inadequate. The farmer was oblige . to  take for his stock.' what the butcher  offered unless he' happened to Iiaye  sufficient live stock to warrant a shipment to an eastern or American stock  j yard.  ) An indication of the number of live  I stock shipped from Saskatchewan to  I the Chicago market is given in th%  i following extract from a provincial  } government report:  I 1913.   ' 1912.   1911.   1910.  i.Gatfle_.,.___J;.227J _^_^_ ,,,.._  e  Sheep   Y.    54|9L2    06,0-11 43,014 30,77b7  Hogs   ... 179.83"' 110,781'85,157 91,026  The average price received was a?  follows:  1913. 1912,  cwt,.. G.07 5.48%  cwt... 6.12 5.40 ''  cwt.,. 8.48 8.(55  farmers will readily recognize  tho importance- of the establishment  of stock.yards at Regina, inasmuch  ! as it means a ready market for all  i live stock and better prices, It is ex-  ��������� pected tliat. the raising of live stock  :.will be greatly encouraged by this  I step on the part of the city of Regina.  Old    Norwegian  An interesting  Pilot  1913.  820,575  138,19*3  328,880  ot  i Cattle,  : Sh eep,  Hogs,  Tll2  1911  4.G  4-������S9  7.71  mo.  IM 'I.  DO 'ft  6.31  9.01  1**4  Defied  Kaiser  story is being told  of a Norwegian pilot who would not  be interfered with even by his mightiness the German Emperor.  Because the speed of his yacht was  slowed clown on entering a certain  Korwegian harbor, the Kaiser, in a  fit of impatience, rang the bell for  "full speed ahead."  To his great surprise, the pilot, an  old Norwegian named Nordhuns, who  know the dangerous character ot tli3  channels, placed himself in the way,  and, leaning over the wheel, called  Gtwn the tube to the engine room,  "Half speed ahead. Never mind tiie  bell!'?  "Y'hat! You dare-to countermand  my orders?" cried the Kaiser, again  ringing the bell.  "Disregard the bell," calmly repeated Nordhuns through the tube.  For a moment tho Kaiser ^glared at  the intrepid pilot, and then? drawing  himself up to his full height, said,  majestically, "Go below, sir, and report yourself under arrest."  "Leavo the bringe!" thundered tho  Norwegian grimly, as he grasped the  wheel more firmly. "This ship Is in  my charge, and I'll havo no interference with my orders from Kaiser or  seaman!"  The officers on deck hurried silently aft, wishing luck to the sturdy  old sea-dog, who, knowing that ha  had the law as well as common sense  on his side, stood his post unshaken  by threats, unheeding commands, and  steered the Iloheuzolieru safely inio  port.  Tho next day the Kaiser came to  his senses, and decorated the pilot���������  the king at the wheel���������with one grade  of the Order of the Black Eagle, and  also appointed him ���������> his life pilot in  Norwegian waters.  The Friend of All Sufferers.���������Line  to "the shadow c a rock in a weary  land" is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oi' to  all those who sutler pain, it holds out  hope to everyone and realizes it by  stilling suffering everywhere, lt is a  liniment that has the blessings of halt  a continent. It -s on sale everywhere  and can be,found wherever enquired  for.  Cured of Piles  and  Eczema  By Ujlng Three   loxes of Dr. Chase's  Ointment  Mr, Abram Buhr, Herbert, Sask,.  writes: "I want to say that 1 wns  troubled with eczema and piles an l  suffered j-roatly from the itchinj..  burning sensations causod hy tlipst.  annoying ailments, 1 sent ior r free  sample of Dr. chaso's Ointment, an I  this did mo so much good tha*. I  boujit three boxos more, and nftur  using samo was cured of both eczema  and piles."  This is the kind of letters we ro  colve daily from pooplo who have  been cured of these (lifltross'.ns skin  dlHoiiHOs by tho use of Ur. Clniso'?  01iitr..cnt. No . -alter how skeptical  you might, be, you could not read tlieti-.  letters for ninny days without oonclixt.  Ing th. t Pr. clia.io's Ointment la undoubtedly llie most pnmpl. relief.mi'i  certain cure for these ailments,  ll" you have i!u.;l;t.s uend for :i free  sample box and be convinced, it; wna  'iy USD of a freo sample Unit Mr, Mi;!:r  was convinced of the merits m this  treatment, For sale ut ull doiilorn, or  Kdniiiiirton, Hato.-i ,fc co��������� Limited, Toronto.  Battlefield is'A ilent to the Airmen  So far as the reconnoitering airman  is concerned, a battlefield is quite  silent. The noise of the engine-  drowns every other sound.  "It is very difficult to distinguish  anything," say's i Belgian aviator who  flew over the battlefields at Diests  when ��������� fighting, was at its height. "Men  look so small from such a height. Fov  example, unless you are directly over  them you can scarcely see even artillery upon a road." . .  A rifle bullet struck the propeller  of his machine and broke' it rdightiy,  but did not stay his flight. The explosions of sheds were very disturbing because Uiey interfered with the  equilibrium   _ the machine.   ,  There is official authority for the  -following-story* :���������������������������  A French aviator was obliged by  lack of petrol to land in the annexed  provinces. While he was filling his  ti-.nk a strong German patrol appeared. Calmly ignoring it, the officer  cont'nued to empty his petrol cans.  The Germans were' taken aback,  and, unable to understand his actions,  halted at two hundred yard-- distance  without firing perhaps fearing a trap.  Whon the tank was full the aviator  started the.engine and made oft'.  He was well off the ground Lie-  fore anyone suspected   his design.  oeeing they had been hoodwinked  the Germans commenced firing at the  aeroplane, but they were too late, and  the pilot returned safe and sound to  headquarters,  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural  gin.  M.naro* un������<ic<ii Cults Sa  Disappointment  ():io of the Htiii'Ics that  President  Wlh on tolls Is of a small boy whom  ha oiicoiiiitored at Staunton, Virginia  'llm lirosldoiK was    spoakliin-    tn   a  ovory j crowd from the Mo\,h in llu. Haldwln  is   pos-: SiMiilnary for Girls. The hoy pur.liod  I ami iihovoil his    wny   through    the  crowd uulll lin found himself squarely    In    front of    rri'riliieiit  Wilson,  whereupon ho shouted, excitedly:  '"Wliore is it?   Whero Jh It."  Mr. Wilson stopped lils Hpeftoh, and  with   a   broad Kinlle Bald, good nut-  urodly, "Well, my boy, 1 guoss 1 am  'It.'"  "O pshaw!" reppondod tho youns-  A?''*.*, ������������������������������������'.'.U a !'ti1: ef rt!:*i-i'.:l, "1  thought It was a dog fluht."  Napoleon Bonaparte as a Recruit  Tho history of the last century and  a quarter might have read very differently, had not the Russian army  refused a valuable recruit in 178!)  whon Napoleon Bonaparte, disgusto;!  with his prospects at home, sought to  tor tho sei'vljo of Catherine the  Great,  Somo time ngo Count Cheroinotlof  discovered u lottor addressed by Napoloon to the Russian war office, applying for ndmislsoii to the urtlllor... As,  however, he made it a condition thai  ho uliould retain liin rank of lieiu h-  ant, the nppilcnllon wns rejected, Me  thon offered his services ;_ tho head  of the Russian navy, and thoro again  mot with a refusal on tho Bamo  grounds,  Years Ago  wo   hour pooplo  Women Look Well When  they escape the sallow skin, the . pimples, blackheads, facial blemishes due to indigestion or biliousness.      At times,   all women need help to rid  tho  system    of  convenient  poisons,  and  most  and   the   safest,  economical  help  surest,   most  they   find  in"  This famous family remedy has an excellent tonic effect upon  the entire system. It quickly relieves the ailments caused  by defective or irregular action of the organs of digestion,  headache, backache,, low spirits, extreme nervousness.  Purifying  the   blood,   Beecham's  Pills  improve   and  oar  The diroctiaiu with ererr hot are Tory vaiuabla���������especially to women.  Prepared only br Tliomaa lleccliam, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.  Sold everywhere in Caimil-i nnd U. S. Amcriou.   In boxet, 25 cents.  Guard   the  rising   generation   by  in  the  home  using   always  "SES-QUl" NON-POISONOUS MATCHES  Positively harmless to children, even if accidentally  swallowed, because the composition with which the  heads are tipped,  contain no poisonous ingredients  What about your wife arid 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:���������Winnipeg,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon,  Vancouver.       Agents Wanted.  LATEST   METHOD  TO   FIND  TIME  All  One   Has   to   do   Now   Is   Press  Button and Look at Ceiling  Awakening ���������i the nigh*- and wcader  ing what time it may he, who has not  longed to see the clock without get  ting up arid striklng���������a- light'.', Sick  people are especially curious about  the time. To make this longing easv  to satisfy a firm in Paris has just put  on the market a clocirt"harby"pres"5i"n"g"  a button is maJe to project a picture  of its face in a ray of light upou the  ceiling.  This clpck, which' looks like a young  cannon, stands upon a box containing  throe dry batteries. Its'mechaiiisni is  in a metal tube, at one end of whicn  is an ordinary dial. In the daytime  this end is uppermost or foremost. But  wlien night come., you turn tho can  non over on its trunnions so that the  reverse end is uppermost or foremost.  In the reverse end is a second dial,  of transparent glass, wfth the ..gures  reversed and running rouml its face  Inversely, as do die hands. In front  of this a plain cover lens and bo  hind it a small electric lamp attachoJ  by wires to tho batteries and l>y ;thor  wires tc a push-button,  This push-button can be placed un  dor tho pi.low or upon a lahle hosi.le  the bod,. When one wonts to sf-e the  time in tho night one presses dio ul-  ton; this HghtB the lamp, which projects upon the ceiling or upon tho wall  a grcati)' magnified picture of Uh face,  so that one cnn lie comfortably In uo.l  und road the timo at u glunc.. Another push' of tho out io:. extinguishes  tho lamp.  Corps   Maintained   by   Private Firm  Throughout the empire many patriotic employers have offered to assist in equipping their employes and  enrolling them in the liritis-h army  for rjrvice'at home or abroad.  -The firm of Shoo)bred, .London,  holds a unique record in military an-  nals.-  ���������For fifty-four   years the firm maintained at their own expense a   full  ���������company^of-tlie-Queen-s���������Westminster.^  Rifles, drawn from  tlieir    own  staff  and officered-by. members of tlie firm.  Thirty-four men of the company tool!,  part in the'South' African war; while  they were away they were paid, tull  wages, and the situations were Kept  open for'them until their return.  -  What occurred fourteen years ago  is being repented now and on a moro  extended   ' scalo,    Under   the  Territorial system -tlie   old Qu-en'e West-,  minsters   have   been converted- into  Ihe   llttli ' Uattallon   County  of Lon-.'  don.    The corps is  under the  command of Lietit.-Oolonel Rupert Shool-  hred, and  seventy-four men arc out  and mobilized,  Full wages will be paid to the married mon, anil half wages to the un--  married, and the posts of all wlh bo  kept open for thom until their roturn. Moreover, ten horse drivers of  the firm have volunteered for trans-  'port service with the regiment, th*  horses being auprlied by Mcssri.  Shoolhred.  Tho most obstinate corns and warts  fail to resist Ilolhtway's Corn Cun),  Try it.  One Hundred  RoniotlmoH when  Hpcali of the "good old days," wo lor  got how uncomfortable living must  have !km>ii In mine ways for our  grnul-grnwliuircntH, Horo nro a. few  of tlio MIhcoiiU'oi'Is,". whicli wo don't  hnvo to put up with today.  MorcliiuilH wrole tholr letters with  oiilll poiiH. Sitiirl wan UKfd to dry  lhe ' k, im tlipro. ,'iin no blotting paper. There worn no atroot loiter  boxes, no poHtmen, nntl no penny  post ago. TruvuMiiB wiib by Htugn-  miuii.  A day lwlior<"T received two fililli-  Ingn n day. stove, w^ro unknown.  All rcioUfiiK was done with un open  llrepluco,  In the titlet mnny of tlio ttreAn  woro uiiiiameil, and the lioiiBoa worn  not numbered.  VV. IS   U. 1<tt_  A Touching Epitaph  An KiigliH.i lftil>   homo   ������rom India  ion  ��������� furlough    told a good aiory ro-  ��������� contly,   Tlio niilivo convert.*, bIus ox  plainwl, arc    very    proud of    thoir  KtlMV.il'ligti    til    Wl'l.Uil'iiVlH   tliii    OntaAA  tie KiigllHh, alio of courso there are  mnny trtUiiHs for Uio unwary. Tin*  wlfo of tui'J of tho iii.HHlouurles ftleftl  , recently, and ttt th ftiticinl Kervlc?  a native poHtor Bjioko feelingly i. tlio  loss tlioy hud HUNtalnol,   "Tho han't  j Hint rnrl(4;*l tho era Jle," ho said, "has  kicked the lmcltot."  No Time to Lel������  Author -Don't you .-think I'd b������t������������r  wait until lho wur It aver be.oro 1 t*t  out fhlt; brink nit tit It?  .���������iiblle) or���������Walt! 1 nhnu'u ������������jr nott  Why, If w������ ������al'. wntll then all the of-  flclul facta may bo known. -Ufa.  Miller's Worm Powders do not ne������>l  the-'aficr-UMp nl rnsitor oil or any  purffatlvrto complete tholr thorough  n������!BH.'"bnciuiBC tiny aro thorough In  themselves. One dnio nt litem anl  tbey will he fonn ' palnUUo by all  eliibJnm, will em tlio worm trouble hy  making tho Btomach and bowelB untenable to tho pvuHlUa.��������� And not only  this, hut the powlers will he certain  to exert moBt bentf.olal influences In  tho digestive organs,  Blrtl.pl.ice of Frslssart and Wattenu  .iotli   A'lilcnclciiiicB   and   Mullnuii,  two of Uio laLuA low mi to como Into  prominence li, tho wentpru theatre al  .,   ."      '...'A    ..''."   H'.'.'"    ;irr.r.f������1f|f lot>    W'lMl  tiie'nrnilurt'.nn of luce beyond glvliiK  tholr names to tne unions vuriotiuti  At VMloiicieiincH, indeed, tho miuiii-  faoture has heen discontinued, but  thfl plure lias an iiltermito fame ub  the birthplace of 1'rolHHart, the his-  torhiTi fnertrlv nix centuries ������ko1 and  of Watteuu, the urusi, u'dU yfcurH  ugo).  A Story from Japan.  A traveller in Jnpim tells.a little*  ntorv showing how very cnrot'til and  particular at least one .liipnnend hoy  inoivhant was In tlio matter of honesty, TliiB traveller says, "As the  train stopped for a'few nilnutos at  tlio ntutlon of n small village fain  ous for n cortnln kind oi .Iiipnncso  enke,. 1 tliniHt my head out of tho  window, and bought a package I'miii  a boy. Ho gnvo mo a lift non son  pnekngo; but neglected to ."llvo back  tho llvo hoii due nio. 1 laughed  about It, rojiinrlilng to tho iriond  with whom 1 was travelling that I  might iih well havo bought a twenty-  hen pnekngo.  Ah we pulled Into the noxt Bin I Ion.  Hvino llfteon mlniitoH Inter, wo heiKd  a boy Blioutliu? at lho ,m|i of IiIh  .iingB as he run up nnd down tlm  platform, "Whoro Ih tlio lndy lo  whom the iHohe cuko-Ki'lh'i' owoh llvo  hoii?" ABttmiMheil, 1 Informed him  thnt I was the por.Kiin; hut how on  earth did ho know nbout tho mutter''  To which he replied that Um cn'm-  boy hnd telephoned down tno Hue to  he nitre to glvo back to its owner lhat  (ivo son."  "Some day," cried the outraged,  poot, "you editors; will light for my  work."  "All riglit," BlRhcd tho editor, resignedly, "but I'I I lose 111 bo just aa  h.-pp'y."  "Y"fl, tlmy nre very nloo gooseberries, but nreti't lliey dirty?"  "Dirty! Think I cnn wuah 'em nnd  pnrt tholr 'nlr diilin the centre for tup-  ponce n pnnnil In those 'or war  tii oh?"���������London Opinion,  do-  .."llow'll yoh  havo yor ������m?"  mantled the biiny w?iltfe������������._  "An well m could he expetleA under the clrciimBtances," roplletj the ab'  tentmlndeft physician.���������fuck  Listen to the tall Hopping In the  tl���������'*������r.*������  Y<t������; perfect ah-cei-muitc, lin't HI  Thla Ifi lhe ngo of young won, but  with Kitchener, at sixty-four, mm  moned to tho"heud of   tho  Sweets For NuraftB  flomonne. Just returned  from Lon  don, Knglnnd, tells a pretty Utile. Btory  with i about Helglnn appreciation of ICngllslt  1(0(1   CrOHH   llllllil. '.      lilt*     IMU'M'P   ll.(it  t',"c.s.',i"3 Ipou .-Xi'-mil Md W("'T('' V',JI'-'  ing In a fltntlon in Uelglnm ror th"  train which wns to tako them in tn -  front, A JJolgi'in Holdler st.eb<g them,  rmlied off and told hl������ coiii.ndoa.  They rnntln a rain on the b1p. on coun  uj������ all the ehncolatoH and c������kp������ tlmy  could 'find, nnd then, loaded with tholr  offorlngfl, npprn.iohod nnd presented  them, to the aurprlRcd nuraoi.  HrltlH.  army, and General Pan, who retired  for ape at ������ttrfy-������t-ven, nnd who Is  nilniiB ono arm at that, recalled to  the folorB of France, tt took* aa  thoug'.i the wlaaom of yeera waa fair-  ly well appreciated in thli war.  "Find night," aald  log at tho henfena.  "Xo," repllod  mean InlicUe,'-  Sroltheri, glanc-  A Great fcxpander  "Pn, wbnt l������ a dom dum bullet?"  "A (him dum bullet la a sort of military dried apple, my ion."���������Exchange.  Shute Shot Out  "What'a become of 8hute; lt he on  hia vacation?"  "No, he got to acting as If !"������ were  the Boston girl, "you i the big gun, of tbe placo aud thc hot*  liarper'i Uazaar.        fired l.im."  Itching, Burning, Irritated Scalp.  Kept Awake at Night, Usod  Cuticura Sonp and Cuticura 0 -  mont.  Now Head Is Wolli  Bfl no Snlnlu'iry HI-., Quulioo, Qua.���������  "Al.mii nix ycurn nw dumiriiiT hi'iiun to  form tin my n.nlp, At Ilrst t didn't nolle*  It, lail my hnlr Ij.i:..ii f'ulllin. out. iirsiiluttlly  nnd It lii'pt. licit lii,t wnr mi, Tho Itchliiit nud  imuilm. woro m lud Hint I urnUehod and  lrritulia.'l my m'ul|>, I wat Kept fiwaku al  nl.>.til hy iliolrvliiUlim,  "1 ii"t'd mid Oil, tilno *  fi"v othi'r oils nml thoy did no irootl, I lliwj  uliiil c Kiimplo of Cuticura Sonp uml (llnt>  ini'iit, wiuhml my luwl with tho Hoop and  v.arm viiicr, uiid applli'd tiiu Olutinrtiil.  ATiit tlm una timo my Imlr Ktappod falling.  .    I.-'.    4/..U    X ah./   VI    t'M.,..h4M*    .Vu.l|4    4...I4    tJU*  ii'-,������ nf niutTW'tii, 1 font\\wcd unlnp, '\inm  fur a fttit month. nnd my IkmuI Ik now well.'!  (Binned) Mint Myrtln Davis, Juno It, 1014.  Samples Free by Mail  Fur jilm;i|ai and hlacldiwdu tbo following  ��������� .   m   ...     > ���������   I,   .' - ,.,U    m*m   '������'. M.w,,UAJ. *!.    ^<vW*  Wa'iit: (;,",l\y r.iwar tlm aHcctoA par'tn with  (.'iiil.ur,', flint mont, on tlio ������n<l of tho flngtr,  hut do nut rub, TViwb off tho Cuticura  filntmont In flvo mlnutcN with Cutloum  ?.ui,i> ami hot wntor and contlnuo batlvlng  for r-omo minuto*. Thin tmitment Ii bait  cti rl.!-)_ nml rollrlnR. At other tlmM UM  CuUi-uru Munp (rnoly for ibu tullol unit hath,  to i-ialst tn Tirovontlnu Inflammation, trrt*  uUuu nud dotti'Jnn uf llu purua, tho com-'  mua 0*111111 of tlioaio dlstnuuloK ttcltft erup.  tlon*. Sold liy dniMtiiH trnl dMUen  tntiju'tiiyr*. JJlwr.%1 t;.nij*l_ ������>f oiuii runllnd  trtm. wltb ,12-p. Hldn It<������k An the Irratnuvil  of thn xMii imt M-i'p. Atlitrn������ |wwt-au4  rCuiltum. Dt'pu U. ht*ua. V. 8. A,"   ^  ,i'  t.  .*������������������-  v- THE    NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  /  Q,C  *Um  vftfii^ftir_itffii.  The Army of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PIL:  eesponsible���������tl  only give relief  Cbey permanent  cure Const.  Hon.   Mil  lions use  them (or  B.iiatu- pr . ^ZerT  ness, hdigestiati, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,  Genuine must bear Signature  TWO YEARS OF TORTURE  FROM STOMACH TROUBLE  Buainesa Activity in Regina  If Regina can be taken as an example, it would appear that western  cities are already recovering from the  early  effects'of  the war.  The mer-j  chants are taking a calm view of the i ���������:���������=  situation   and many  have combined ��������� (;urej j,   {]    ji       t jj    'Williams'  Pink  to keep the-price of goods as low as i ' . '  possible.   Some 29 merchants liavi, al-1 PiliS  .01*   Pale People  ready announced that they will sell      ,,,,     , ,,.,,,,i_v adoDt-  eoods at a very low margin/and the | ^/Sf'lrvi,?-'*" *������? "dTgestion or  ong way  StS^it^ShSStken steos I ^wh^^l^^y ������S  i ne cuj ot itegina nas taken siepb , wllich  in Ule  long rua causes more  gU'JUS   ill  a   very   1UW   UlttlfilU,   auu   Llie       ^    .        ....... . "       il1|,;������rf  result   has been that prices have not I llZchZlble-��������� ^S  lSZThJ!VenreS!eft *   ������"| *,    using ������ur������auve. and  th  S%Tc^otT^t\Tuhen steps  Jgg tto������SL Tun can*  "f^J-.S1 e?������^?*t ,*"2     tern.    The other way and the righl  settlers who have stock for which  they have no feed, have been notiiled  to ship their stock to. the, Regina  Municipal Stockyards, where tbey will  he properly fattened, and the proceeds, less the cost of feeding, will be  returned   to   the   farmer. ' This   as-  ay ana tne right  way is ths Dr. Williams' manner of  treatment-f-that is to nourish and  build up that stomach by supplying  pleut. of new, rich, red blood. Give the kinciiT  stomach this much needed supply ol  ! new blood and istress will disappear  ' and stay banished forever.   The new  aures the farmer of good return, lor J Wood stren6tnens  the m,n,es ol th���������  ^?bAV^���������^   1^ ^ stomach  an* gives  it the necessary  protects both the farmer and tho city , r tQ di     t food<   Thou8aud8 bear  has been prepared. witness to the value of the Dr." Will-  The fact that thousands of acres of! ���������,_,���������_.   .,.������������������, ,   tl .,.   ���������,���������   ,,,������������������.,  good land in Western Canada ai*'" not  cultivated has resulted iu the Regina  board of trade starting a "closer settlement" movement. This movement  has been started with the idea of in  creas'ng the production of Western  Canada, as it is felt that the present,  is a very opportune time for such a  scheme.  Even the ladies of Regina are avail-  iams' treatment through the blood  Among them is the Rev. P. U. Nowlan,  of Summerville, N.S., who says: "1  certainly have great reason to recom  War Experiences of a Canadian  British newspapers contain a description of tho trying experiences of  a Canadian lady who showed a nobla  and patriotic spirit in most trying circumstances. She and two other ladies  were travelling together. After having succeeded with difficulty in getting from Innsbruck to Munich, they  got passports from the British consul  there. "We then started for Switzerland," she said, "but at Lindau, on the  Lake of Constance, we were ordered  to g-" out and detained in the railway  station refreshment. room. That was  Fiiday, August 14. We were detained in the refreshment froom for eignt  hours. Seven other British subjects  were with us. There -was plenty to  eat for those who had the.money to  ! pay for it, and, on the whole, we were  treated, although we were  much alarmed when a Bavarian colonel came in a jtatei of great excitement and informed us that the ..rencli  and Russians were . behaving to his  countrymen like wild beasts. After  we had been detained Tor eight hours  we wero to'd that the women could go  but the' men of military age would  have to remain in Lindau. 1 and my  companions got away, hut two ling-'  lish ladies who'   were with their bus-  ^^^^II!}^'^?,   bauds decked to TeavV them?    The  distress.  m.       _,            'iy ll" i was  forced  to use injections daily.  .,    , ,���������      Tl\e'   ReSina    Local   This went on Ior ab0.;t t ,  ^"^V., ,������C��������� Y������"lG"���������5!?;XIt; ,.Y/,?U^i ,f ������I! ?r.e w weaker an. weaker; my weight  ing themselves of the opportunity to  to    economize.    The.   Regina   Local   ThUj went on Ior abov;t two yearg.  ,  e holding cf special garden produce ; fell ott from 18- t 125 uounas; Umri  arket days, when produce will be h.ickillg cougll and appeared to Le  Aft at low prices.   UP to the present  goi      ,at0     decJlne>   A��������� tnis time ,  mar  sold  littlo use has been made of the muni  cipal market for audi purposes, tlie!  average citizen having purchased such  goods from the grocer or butcher. The  ladies now, however, are making the  market an entire success.  Public works to the value of approx^  was being treated by the best'of doc  tors  '^ut, without the  least    benefit  Night after nig -   1 could set no sleep  the pain and agony was so severe. On  consultation the doctors decided I was  suffering from cancer of the stbinacn  x ,    ���������,,,,, .;,-     ...  , .   .   and advised an operation as a mea is  imately  $3oO,000  will  be    proceeded -of Bavlng        iUe_   This j reuised t0  with at once in Regina. The works to j undergo and began to loolc'lorwar  to  b,e u���������e,akeu ?.   com'llete(.  inSi?'le j an early death.   Just then a friend ad-  the 6.000,000. gallon u,resorvoir;  ultra-  vised  me to  tr    Dr   wiUiams, pj ���������  Children Teething  BA3Y IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND  LAUGHS tBURING THE TEETHING  PEnlOB.   THANKS TO  Mrs. Winslow's  PURELY VW5r.TAet.E-  hing Syrup  -WOT (MARCOTir  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N������1 No2 N.������  THfiRAPiONtt.!^  (jt eat success, cukes chronic weakness, lost vigoi  ft VMM KIDSEY BLAHOKK. UlSKAShS. BLOOD POISON  tflLES. RITHRK NO. aHMUGISTSor MAU. SI POST I CTS  ���������fOUGKRA CO. 9ll OSEKMAN ST. NEW \OltK ������r LYMAN BROS  -TOKOS TO.    WHITE FOR FREE BOOK TO DR. LE CLEKO  ���������AlEU.Co.HavekstockKd. Hawpstf.au London Enq.  1-RYSE\VO������AGKEITASTEI.ESS)FORSJOF    F.ASY  TO  TAM  THCftAPtON KR������5D������,������.  BEE THAT TRADE MAKKEO WORD THERAPION IS OM  Umi*. GOVT.STAUF AFFIXED TO ALL GENUINE PACKETS.  AGENTS' GCLD' MINE!!  History European War  Causes; etc?  Profusely   illustrated.     Best    t-jrms.  I'relght paid;    credit,  given.    Order  ^ree���������Bnniple-uovr-^Nic^iols-tJompani1?  Limited, Piiblisherb,- Toronto.  tion beds at Uie sewage disposal  works; completion of walls and rcof  of the isolation hospital, and completion of proposed water and sewer extensions. In addition to these works,  a number of other contracts are already carried out, including the erection of the new power house anu the  pavement of the Broad street subway.  It.is expected thta these works will  provide employment for a large num  her of men.   .  The Saskatchewan government has  announced'its intention of giving 1,500  horses to he-empire.- Dean Rutherford of the Saskatchewan University  has arrived at Regina and will have  charge of the selection of the horses  Already steps have been u ken by  NO  BLUE   RUIN  All That Canadians Have To Do la To  Stand  Pat  The following cheering words calculated to instil confidence in the peo-  pie of Canada, come from the pen of  Geo. H. Ham of Montreal. Possibly  no man has a wider or more popular  acquaintance with the people of the  West than the genial Geo. Ham, and  his message will be read by many  with the interest and careful attention whicli it deserves:  - It is the very irony of fate that,  just as we were preparing to celebrate a century qf peace, the nations  of the world should be ciutchins at  each other's throats���������destroying,  wounding, slaying, slaughtering.  The deadly conflict was inevitable,  for conditions had arisen that it coma  not be otherwise. The appalling sacrifice of life, the widespread devastation, and the wanton loss of priceless  treasure, however, shall not have been  altogether in vain. Mighty consequences may result: Stricken Poland  will regain her nationhood after a century and a half of tyrannical oppression; tho persecuted Jews of Europe  will havo their full rights restored;  Home Rule, which until war broito  out, was ominously rending Britain in  twain, will re-vnite the Mothe-land,  woman will be given the suffrage, and  a fearful menace to Britain's home  rule removed; and, above all, the nations must unite in policing the world?  There should be no more vast squan  i.ering of countless billions to maintain gigantic rival fleets and colossal  opposing land fighting forces. The  untold wealth expended in non-productive war material--for armament  destroys and does not produce���������could  be profitably spent in the betterment  i of the world. Europe shall no longer  be an armed camp. Entirely ne ��������� and  h-.ppier conditions will naturally  arise, and Canada must naturally  share iu tho better times that are to  come.  Even    today, embroiled in war as  she is���������for  when  Britain's    at,war,  Canada is at war���������comparatively few  of our own industries are suffering,  and     many    are  working-, overtime:'  Never were  these so    busy.    Never*  were the products of the soil and of  the factory in such demand.  God forbid that we should build our  him perfectly honorable ln all   business   prosperity   on   the     misfortunes     or  transactions and financially able to carry , others, bu. it is the consensus of op'n-  out any obligations made by His Arm.    I j0n that the New World,- far from the  NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.     I scenes o������ 8tpltei shall gain by the ter  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal- I ribk disruption of the . Old. Now  left me; my strength increased; my iy. acting directly upon the blood and mu- | avenues of trade must njcesstr'. be  weight was bac'- where it was before'; ?o,U3 surfaces of .the ^system. T_estlmon- , opened, new markets spring up���������ivith  PRE SI BEN!  SUSPENDER  Vyyy'^0jiy^^4^i^M  I.EWSBOY  H.-^TED  B .' THE WAR  were the means of saving my life. Till  I reached the r.ge of thirty 1 never  knew what pain or sickness meant,  but aftor tliat my stomach failed me  and food of any kind caused untold  I  became constipated  an'd  ry Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.' 1 had no faith in any medicine and at ..rst refused, hut my  friend was so persistent tlir.t finally  I gave in and purchased half a dozen  boxes. By the time these were gone  I felt much stronger and the distress  was not so severe. 1 continued their  use aud each succeeding box wrought  a marked improvement .in my condition till by .'ie time I.had taken a  dozen .boxes every pain and ache lia'd  party were not imprisoned; they were  simply told to go to* a hotel and remain there, What will become of them  when their money is all gone I do  not know. ' Our journey through  Switzerland and France vas a most  unploasant experience. We were six  clays on the journey, and all the timo  we had to stand in the gangways of  the trains or sit on the luggage that  was piled up in them. I have lost  all my luggage, but I am thankful to  have got back alive. 1 am only sorry  now for those we had to leave behind.  \ hile I was.in suspense at Munich I  was 'strongly advised'by friends ti  represent that I was a citizen oi the  United States, but I would die rather  than deny my Hag."  How's This?  W������,offer One Hundrea Dollars R^  ���������ward "for any case of Catarrh that  cannot" be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.  F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo. O?  We, the undersigned, hav������ known F. J,  Cheney for the last IS years, and bellev*  "Pittsie" Ryan, Walking Around th*  World, Last Heard From In  Paris  One of the globe-trotters whom war  overtook in Europe ic "Pittsie" Ryan,  an American newsboy whose lace,,ii  not his name, is known to thousand*  of people, including not a low digai-  taries. "Pittsie" started aim' st two  years ago to walk around the world,  taking his time doing it, aud when  last heard from lie was in Paris' selling American newspapers to tourists.  That was three weeks ago. He \vrot������  to ca "newsle" in New Vork that h������  expected to be back in this couutry m  August, but he has not yet appeared  on Broai.way and his whereabouts are-  unknown, iliso rienils, however, declare that "Pittsie" Is well able to  take care of himself, as he is resourceful and self-reliau*. and makea  friends everywhere lie go?s.  Young Ryan, who has sold papers  in most of the large cities ot tha'  United Sttes, began Uis long tour la  October, 1912, sailing from San Francisco with only a pedestrian's paclf  and a Remington rilie. From the Hawaiian Islands he went to Australia.  After walking across Australia he  took a boat to South Africa, antl set  out on the, long aud difficult tranci.  up the African continent from Johannesburg to.Cairo. He did Europ*  a-foot and reached Paris , seve/ii  weeks.ago. Fond of adventure, ne  doubtless was not greatly trou'ned by  the outbreak of war, but his u its of  i friends, nevertheless, are anxious for  news of "Pittsie" Ryan.  All mothers can put ^way anxiety  regarding their sufiorijg childroa  when they have Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator to give relief, its effects are sure and lasting.  I -.wa ill; 1 had a good appetite and  was completely cured. In the yea:s  that have elapsed since I used the  j Pills not a twinge of the trouble has  retu: ed. To aie Dr. \Villiams"'Pink  Pills    are  th"? 'greatest medicine on  sao\dSby'ai?Diug_ists75 CentS P������r bottl9'i a greater d em niu  for our products,  Take Hall's Family Pills for oonstlpa  manufacturing��������� concerns   in    rtegina,, oartll and { nevep lose an opportunity  having in ..view preference tor British   In recommemllng them to other suiter  and Canadian made goods.  PATENTS  Fetlnrslonhaush)& Co., head office,  King street east, Toronto, Canaan.  To Circumvent* Order on Air Gocds  ��������� The government, has ascertained  ���������ihit an offort-is being made hy United States agon s o. Germ .n exporter's  io continue sales of Gorman and Austrian goods in Canada, thus cireuin  ���������venting the ordev-in-council pronibit-  Ing trade with tho country'   enemies,  A large number of circulars' hav-3.  iljoei- sent to Canadian merchants b.v  United States importers of Gernnn  anil Austrian goods, ol.erli._, to supply those goods in Canada.  Hon, J. D. Reid, miiiLsiter of customs, said that effective action woti.n  'bo taiton to prevent any such contra-  u.ntlon of tlio spirit of tlie order hi  -council regarding triulo with the en  oniy. Caniuliiui merchants are advised  that goods tl'tis p .rchased may bo 11  ablo to conUscrvtiou.  An' Uncomfortable-Night  Recently a resioent    of an inland  town in the United States weiu on a  trip  (hat  included  an  all-nigh1:  voy-  afe"o h ~a���������s1leanfEoaEl AcconTpanyihg  him was a nephew more acevfttomeci  to the ways of travel.  "\V*11, uncle," asked the nephew;  meeting the oh. man on deck the  following moraine, "did you have a  good night?"  trs, foi 1 feel that were it not ior  their use 1 would have been in my  grave long ago." -  ���������/'hat Dr. vWilliams' Pink Pills did  for Rev."Mr.. Nowlan they have dono  ,Jto!_ti__U!3____d^_Q___^  for you if ailing..  They not only cure  cases of stomach trouble, but rheumatism, partial paralysis, heart palpitation,  St.  Vitus  dance and all other  Ard hies that have  their origin, in a  : bad.condition of the,blood and nerves.  | The Pills are sold by medirine dealers  or by mail at ROc a box or six boxe.-'  tlon.  i"hey Cleanse While They Cure.���������  Tho vogotablo compound of which  IParmolcc's Pill, nro composed, main  ly dandelion nnd mandril ko, clear tin  alomach nncl Intestines of doletorioua  ���������mat.or nntl roatoro tlio derangod or-  ���������sans to healthful action. Ilonco thoy  aro, tlio boat romtdy for indigestion  iivniltiblo today. A trim of thom will  ontiibllsli tho truth of llilp assertion  ���������find do moro to convince tho ailing  than anything that cau bo written of  tllOBO liillB,  "Do you know, my dear," said the  young husband, "there's soinotliliu.  \vroi-ir wllh tho cuko? It doosn't  ���������lusU right," ,  "That is all your imagination," an-  flworpil tho brldt iriumpi.uitly, "for  It Hiiyti ln tlio cook hook that it Is do-  llcio.:���������."  Pinfioeloiis Child���������Mamma, whoa  poo.lo got BiiITrrige, dons It Just como  ���������for two or throe days and tliun gn  ������way, or (Icjoh It hint a long timo,  liko whooping cotiRli ami iik'uhIoh1.'"  "Can't  say. that I  did," answered  uncle wearily.   "When 1  .vent to my ! [0r 52.r������o from The Dr. Williams' Medi  room, 1 seen tliat curd which tells ye j _ine Co.;' Brockville, Ont,  how to put on :. lite preserver, and  after that I didn't git much rest,"  "I don't get you, uncle," wondering  lv returned Kie young man,    "What  liad that to do with It?" ���������   ���������  "I'jvorything,'  answered  the  undo  'il co'iliin't  sleep    with    the denied  thing on."  Minard's  where.  Liniment  for  sale  every-  A Hope For British Victory  Ot one thing we may be certain,  that whilo all Christendom will have  to si-are the burden of distress it *s  upon Germany llmt the larger part  will fall in useful l'ves extinguished,  in fjananclnl misery, idle shippin. ,  closed factories.  That this is all due to the Insa \o  growth of armies and navies'stimulated, yes, nocos:. ilo toil by Germany'*  practice, no one can deny. This war  not a holt out of the blue.   It lias  Sea  Prizes  Muring thc Civil War in the 'United  States privateering became such a  successful business that the com  mcrce carrying business of tiie ' nation which was just recovering from  the war of 1S1'^, was swept off tha  seas, and has never been of', import-  ahce since. Poss_i_jli__the_dest_____jfl2.  "of German sea-borne commerce by  the British navy will have tho same  result in Germany. , ,  Ships taken at sea, theoretically belong- to the nation capturing them,  and they are either retained by lhat  nation or sold, and the profits derived therefrom divided among iho  officers and crews ot the ships responsible for their seizure.  In Groat Britain, vessels that aro  seized become lhe property of, the  Crown, and it is the custom foi tha  men on board ihe'ironclads that capture them to be given a sum equal tn  AID for each person on board vthe "prisoners."  A good many years ago, however,  our sailors fared better when ships  .were captured, Between the years  1740-7 Admiral Annson seized 'two ves  sols, ouo having on bourn .il40(1,00',)  and the other ������'.100,000. The -whole  of this monoy was.divided among An-  Dad���������The  kind    of wedding    you  waul, mv child, would cost $2,00').  Oaiiglitoi'-Tlun what is to he done, j ion^beoirrocogiilVed'^i.s^Viiavoidiiiilg | ^''Sf ���������  vttilul   ..,.,,        ,   ' ,  , i anil it hours the earmarks of dclibor-  Dml-You will havo to oo mnrrled   ut0 pinnnl,1R, Nothliig wns lack.r.-g but  witliout my  coi'.sont.-Boston Ivans-  a R00(1 0XCl|a0i  .Aml' thla 0XCUH0 has! , d  been found, or nnmifnctur.il, os yon   "oipi it.,  in somo way oi  oinu, tno  pleaRo.    It is right    that ��������� Germany  should pay heaviest  s So there is no ciuu.e for des;_ lr���������iu.  'gaunt spectre of Blue .Ruin before us.  Canada    is sending her best blood  a; l her best food and munitions to aid  Britain's cause.   We cannot all be in  the   firing  lino,  but every  Canadian  has a duty just as sacred, if net as  perilous,' as our gallant troops. Those  who,   many   _nv.'illin_.ly,     remain   at  home can help Canada by not beiig  stempoded  with   die  panicle*'   cry  of  hard times, by not going up and down  -des pairing-��������� of��������� th e���������coun try;���������by���������notr  umely  submitting  to  the  extortions  of unscrupulous price-raisers, by cooperating in miu.mixing want, by lessening the numbe? of thenuemployed  and, with-a staunch heart and- trust-  hig in Providence, by doing that for  'Canada which will, when the Dove of  Peace once more descends upon earth,  place-her first among the nations ot  the world as a .and of Illimitable Opportunities  ano  Peaceful   Prosperity.  While  mourning the appalling sacrifice of life, deploring tho desolation  o* fair lands, the awful annihilation of  peaceful homos, and the utter ruin or'  countless people���������it may be tha* the  cr.d of this Ago of War and Death and  Destruction   will  be  followed    by  a  brlglitor and a   Dtter  Era  in  whicn  tho Dominion shall play no Inconsequential part,  All that Canadians havo to <1j is loi  Stand Pat and keep tholr courage up1  All's well.  out my  cript. c;  With the Clerks' Help  "So your work Ih inoiiotoiioiin, It  Ml  Why tioiit you u������t u job in u shoo  fltoro?"  MlHfl iiMurr���������Mr. Deoptlicuglit, do  you think marriage ie a failure'."  Mr, ljnnpth.iuf.lit���������Woll, tlio brloo  nuvor gctH tho bcBt man.  film���������Am T'tiie flrut girl you ovor  Itlnnoil?  llo���������Why���������or���������I don't know. Your  fnco Boonia familiar.���������Life.  Anothor story is told of,on Amorl-  can lady who was taking tho rosl  euro for a day in a Londou boarding  houso.  "I shall want no moro meals." sh3  said, when tho maid brought up toa.  "I .shall Tie up for dinner. ,Thero'-.  nothing more I want."  Thon In tho noxt breath she added,  "Oh, vos, tlioro is! I want that hot-  water'bottle; but that's not to oat,"  The cockney maid stood silent for  a moment, them said, RlcoCully, "Oh,  yos, it is to 'oa,tl You want mo to  'oat it for you."  Thoro Is a touch of Irony ln Iho  fact Hint tho nucleus of tho Goniinii  floot woh provided by Groat Britain  in the sliopo of a Bmall vessel which  our government presented to tin?  King of PniRsln in 1814.  Mmo. KIu Sono, though a ftre.aU  grandmother, Is one of the 1 in porta nt  Ilnnncilttl pnrHoniiKBB In Japan, She Is  tlio president of a large bunk In Toklo, und has excellent luminous ability, but Htlll wears Ilio native1 cos.  tuiiio, nnd Is iloolileiUy "conservative"  it is interesting to know that the  lK.vnte individual is a lawful objocl  of attack at sea if that individual Is  nations that tiro at war. Tho grout  powers havo acknowledged that any  trailing  ship smuggling coal, ov fil  ar  Bnfoly  now  lot ur hopo that victory nm,,  tho British who, as a hundred . ears  ago, aro fighting in the cause of human progress and world-wide peaco  against tho tyranny of person, i, arbitrary, governmont,���������"A Naval Officer" In the New York Independent.  The popes gave up tliolr claim to  issue colnnge iri ]S67, whon PIux IX.,  minted somo fow sliver lira. Unlike some of Ills predecessors lio left  off his colnu tlio ropi'osontatloii or Uio  koys symbolical of the claims to a  Potrlve siiccosHlon.  on lho high seas, off tlio coasts, anu  in tlio harbors of tho enemy they can  bo toizod.  "I'm afraid," said Mrs, Twlokoiiv  bury, "that the young people of tjio  propont day liro too much inclined to  indulge in sectarian aiuiiKOiiionts on  Sunday."  A vnliiahlo collection worth !?!J0,-  000,000 Iuir been liqquonthed   to tlio  in her Investments. Hut she Is said I Louvro by Huron BcliHchtliiR, n prom-  to liollove honrtlly In giving womon I Inent mnnibnr of the nttsHlan colon/  an equal opportunity ovorywhoro.       .In Paris, whp died rccnntly. It coin-  i prlsoH pictures, bronzes, olijoots d'urt  Don't Let Cor.is Torment You  Uce Putnam's Corn Extractor,  which euros Corns ln one night, with  out pain. For HO ycani Piitnuin's Iiiih  bnovi the standard our* of Groat llrlt  nln and America,  Try it,  SRipfcw Grain  T<  SHIP YOUR GRAIN tou������.  and we. will *iftl ll tor you  at the lilgheit market price  saving elevator chargei  and Iniuringlrigheiit net re*  turni, Liberal Advances, i  Wtlla (or Mitt ������t to our  tnclliodi& weekly mtrkM letter.  LEITCH BROS.  .        FLOUR MILLS  I 240,. CHAIN EXCHAW6E,  WINNiPEfl  Tho OMtv of Russia probflbljr own-i  a rcroator quantity ol china than any  nthnr pnrnnn   In   tlio   world      H*   lv,ii  the china bnlonglng to all the llus-  trnui ruler* as iar back aa uailioniio  the Great. It Is stored In the Winter Palace at St. Petersburg.  nnd furniture. Among the pictures  nro Pome of tho iliifsl known ox-  a ni pi on of HuboiiB, Tloticlier, Fragoiv  aril, Nattier and Wntteim.  "He's a perfect duck of a doctor,"  "For heaven's sake don't toil pooplo  so,"  "Ilefore wo wero married you called  uie an angel,"  "1 know it."  "Anl now you don't call me anything,"  "You ought to be glad that I pos  bcbb Biicli aolf-control."���������lloutton Post.  *<'  ������������������ft'  W. \L U. 1022  flrccne���������How much nro you going  t   pr.y fnr your nulo?  "Why not?"  "Nnturrlly,  Uiny'l!  think  quack,"���������Scottish-American.  ho's  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  OrantB,���������A customm* of ours ouruil n  vory bad caso oi distemper In a valuable horso by tlu uso of MINAUD'H  LIN1MKNT.  Yotii's truly,  V1LANDII3 FUISRMS.  Drives Aothmn Like Majic. The im  mediate help from Dr. J. I), KolLgg's!  Asthnu' Romedy   seems   liko   magic,  Nevertheless il Is only a natural rfin-  Passing   of   Darwinism  Scientists from all parts ol the British   empire  assembled   in   Australia  for the annual meeting of the British  .  Association. for  the Advancement pf   '  .. cience,  presided1, over by  Professor  William .Balesson, who was inducted  by that   great scientist,    S:r Oliver  Loa c. i  .-'roi'essor Uatesson'i address on  ���������'Heredity and Evolution' was a  direct, attack on the Darwinian U.eory  of evolution���������not on the great ia';ts  of ^volution? themselves, but ou Darwin's explanation ol them.  "b suppose," he, said,-"that everyone is familiar with the theory ot tha  origin of species which Darwin, promulgated. Through tne last bO yea--'*'  tliois theme of the natural selection of  ,iay.oi'.iid-i-aces_has-bfteu-dev-eloped-acicl���������  expounded in writings innumerable.  Favored races certainly can replant  outers. -The argument is souiul, but  we are doubtful of its value; for in  that debate stands adjourned.".  The president thus ottered no the- ���������  ory of any kind Ao replace the Darwinian   explanation,   but    wliile   destroying   it'he   paid' a  high   tribute  to-its propounder.  If they could not. see how a fowl  gave rise to a chicken or how o.na",,  sweet pea produced another, tlicy at  least could watch the system by  whicli the differences between this  '���������iirious kiiuis of fowls or between tha  various kinds of swoet peas woro dis-  ttibutcd among the offspring.  Tho allotment ol" characteristics  among offspring was accomplished  through a process of cell division in  which the elements woro sorted out.  What those elements were voilld not  know, but it seemed to hini unlikely  that'tlicy wero material particles. He  siispjjted tlmt tholr proportiiis d&-  pone'ed on some method ot arnuigo-  lii en..,.  Plants,   fowls,   dogs,   horses, one's  edy usor. in a na'.tirnl way, Tho smolci own chlldron esemplllloi his doc-  or vapor, reaching the most reinntu .tr no,?' "^rogation o lho motors of  wish .iri. of lho airoctml tubes, hrnshos i l������lierltniico. _ Tho body ot ovidonco  nsldo tho troublo and opens a way fori ^n7 ni)A* VL'1/   .^  '  ,i        . .. *a In    nl um   t\t    nrliti r   1  fresh nlr to enter,   It, is"sold uv deal-  ors throughout lho land.,  lion.   Mnurlco  In pl.u'p of what tlioy now know the  scope claimed for natural selection  must bo greatly roilucud. We went to  Darwin for his facts, but ho no longer  loTrntioAN"lsoi!   dlo������d   a^'i'-ortsniouth . ������!;",i0, w}1]*   l������l������ll������Hopl������������U   authority  ' Ilu> diioti'luo ol  the  survival ot  the  l'liconlly,    Ho wnt a  depccnunnt    of!  llm groat hoii  lighter of ihat namo,  boing  tho  third  son   of  lho  rocoh i  Marl  Nelson. Thu  Into   lU'iir-Admlrn!  was born on .January 1!,' 1 Slili. ninl wis   ., ,       ��������� ���������. .  ediicr.tod at Won    and at tho lioyal ��������� ^aV..^!".^.^1.!1,.1^.;..,  Acad niy, (iosporl. Ilo entered llt'i  Royal navy in IKlfi, nnd won ftlt  Unction in tho flrlmoa War. Ilo was  prost'iil at llm lioinlmi'diiiiuil ot mil's-  mi In lKfi4, an . wns later awarded tlio  Ci'liroaii and Turldult medals, lulc-  ornitiii clasp and r>th elans ModJIdln.  Admiral Ncdson served In the Naval  Hrlgarin before Sobustopnl and was In  command of u gunboat In tho 'Initio  In 1sr>ri. lio retired from tho service In 187H.  fittest  helped  scarcely  at  all  lo  ac-  uoiin* for tho diversity of the siieoios.  There  was    no prool  Hint  tlio do-  i mepiio   nniiiials   luul been iievi.'io|iii(i  Fowls , ro-  HL'lltl.'d    illSlipcl'tlDlO   (lililClllllOH   as   to  Antwerp, which has becomo for the  time tlio capital of Tlel^lii'., In  strongly fortlllnd, and Is considered  by many n.vpnrtH lo be tho most lin-  pi'ogniible fortrosH In Kuropc������. it bun  for long heen the coinmnrclnl mot-  'ropnllH of tlin country, and does un  Dogs Grow Wolf-Like In Hot Countries  Dogs,, probably tho earliest of ilo-  niflstlculed animals, when traiiHlVp-  reel lo tropical country, such un central Africa, lose In a few gen orations  most of the characteristics they hnv������  acquired In Europe, and revert moro : enormous overseas trade, It takes Its  and more to the, type of tlin Juclial ���������' name from a eastle which once murk  and   lho  wolf.    Then    their    eurj,   ud tlio site of lho city,  whatever tholr breed, tend to buoomn  pointed, their   coats   turn sandy or  rufous,   and   their   bark   occomea u  howl,  Some attempt has   been made   lo  show 'that   thla  |q  tho result  of dl*-  "You can't convince mo," suld the  little man with the ragged trousers,  "that you can bring np children right  by talkln' to 'om and lettln' It go  nt tluir.   You've rnt In tine tlm rnd   or  ancestry, Dokr, liursuh, cattle, siu-op,  poultry, wheal, rl.c, o;it.u, plums,  clieri'U'h had iu luni Ija-u ,u:ci idcil at  derived not trom one but from several  distinct forms.  Tlie problem of the origins r.������ life  still stood outside llie ratine ii'i seli'ii-  tliii: ilivesllgntloii, und When tli'W  hi anl of the spoiitiiucous lormntkin  of uldi'liyde hy thu aelloti ol light as  tho Prut step In the origin ol lilt*, tlioy  tliotiglit of Hurry l.uiulei' In Hie character of a no loolboy pulling out III.  treasures from Ills poeliei saying  "Thi.I'm u wiishoi��������� fer malilan' nmior  (,'nrfl,"  lOvtcUMitly DarwltilHiii Iiiih Iind Ui  day, uud iu to bo followed by some  new scleiilltlc theory, iiuiuie and ro-  volution being uppurrully - Hut only  iitablu I'n oin in lifo.  Knlolier-^Vhj- don't you ami your  wife kiss ttiul moke upY  Jlonkor���������Shr������ .ml tier nmtlier signed an ngrepin nt not id ma lio poaot  separately.���������Tlt-lHts,  Zealous Policeman (on German ppy  duty, having got motorist's namo and  address, etc, snd recoived In answer  to his furlhor question, "And Is the  ease and resembles tho effect of n_al< I you'l. spoil the child.   I used to git  an* on tl.e human coiistiliitfou. . i������i)wi<t Hunt lihhui't, * ftay on too w.v������ir-  Vot the ICgyptlan dog of Pharaonlo ���������������������������"  tlmeR   possessed,   as Is \eexi by   tha      "  monuments,   these   very character!*-  ties;  and as he was certainly   do-  lady your wife?" a torrent of oaths. niesllcuteil before the Kuropean anl  Sttty  iuuvax in th������    Heiii.iciii*! 1���������\i ,,   uiui, H ih pioiiainn inai iiiwie are orjg  pass along;   you're a   Urltlsher   ail  inal features of the race.  right���������Punch.  Pat and Mike wero obliged to halt  their lienvlly-loadod curt to mnko  way for a funeral, (lazing ei tlio  proeesi.lon, Pat suddenly remarked:  Mike, I with 1 knew where I vuoi  lt doesn't seem to have done much  for you," replied the lutly wllh lho  protruding Jaw.  "It done a lot. for me. If they'd let  uni no iny ottli r,*y, i lingul almost  of beon a failure In lifo."  nnv fnr vour nuto'' I " '77" "V. TV' ..j?     n I-l *' .i M l-e, I wlili I knew where 1 wa<  tfrnV-f JK kiw yot how miirt *<**' 1������ ���������"������������������    >'*������������*������ five hundre.  can 'raise on my honso-Judgo.       | f,^ ^XuKiJ'SS, K" Z   ������$S**0 ^nw t,,U P,"r������ *"' ' "  Teacher-���������If ihero were four files  on a table nml I killed ono, liow many  would bo l������fl?  Hrlght L.ttlo Hoy���������Ono; the dead  one.  Try Murine Eye  Remedy  If yeu hsvs Rod, Wonk, Watery EyM  or GranuUUd_Ey*iide.   Don't amart-   L,n|n'."i,. dlo.   "l'.i  Rive five "hundred I  iu | The Reason wny  Maud���������Why Ib It that your closest  'Well, Put. that good would It do j friend will tuy the worst things about  If vr ���������/ knew?" ' you'.  Second Hathnr-On tho water's edge       *������ t*a la*k f*i'h M it* fan Hut Can     '    "Lo.n," mid Put.   ".Sliuro, I'd nov ������r      Mnrle-She ys-inlly    Vnowa    more  I suppose -Philadelphia Record.       ' MURINF EYE REMEDY CO, Chloio*   go uua������' thot plute." Uiau olliora.--bicliai.gu.  fi������������������ ,.���������.i,������*   oihtr rrnthnrino mit,,tm   Hn# Eye fiilvo In Aseptic Tubes Zbo*  I'lrst Bnther���������why, Kntiiurine, your  ,fi *   a     n   t v.   hr  ���������.,,.  foot Is bleeding.   How did you out It?   BOe'   ?*' D������,oV,,:f<l.e1J ,y   ,  "  %. ii il^S*.^.-W_;��,!;-ir iii_��� n'iHOfkA^lt. ���
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iii -=^8P*S  THE   "NEWS,    CUMBERLAND,    B. C.  ������������������ini*'  y  T  I  BAND   OF   FREEBOOTERS   AIDED  TEUTONS  IN  CONQUEST  THE  DUTY  OF THE  BUYER  Preference Should  Always be Given  to   Home   Products  (From the Toronto Globe)  -If the patrioi.c manufacturer does  his duty to Canada by keeping his employees  together,  and doing, without  protits  till the dip  of depression is  over, he lias a right to expect that the  , Germans First Occupied the Country 'buyer cwill. stand loyally beside him  ^ ��������� . *    ������... _       _���������,._���������       &nft    buy Canadian goods wherever  Some Thirty Years Ago, Enlisting , possible| and British goods in prefer-  the Services of a Savage Tribe to  ence to those of foreign nations. Tho  IS WELL_FORT!FIED  THE    NORTH    SEA STOREHOUSE  OF   THE   GERMAN   FLEET  Conquer the Natives.  ,The first of the German colonies to  fall into the hands of Great Britain,  Togoiand, on the North West coast  of Africa, has an interest for the  ladies, as being the native1 home of  the birds from v hence come the highly prized marabou feathers.  Lome, the capital, is quite modern.  It is a clean little town with well-  laid-out streets, shaded by palm and  othoi* tree$>. The principal building  is the palace of the Duke of Mecklenburg, tho governor of . Togo. To  overcome tlie difficulties caused by  the.heavy surf which' breaks almost  Incessantly on the low sandy beach,  a pier, a third of a mile long, has been  erected, and connected with a massive, wharf or quay at the seaward  end.  Unfortunately the natives are forgetting how to handle the surf-  boats, and some years ago, when tho  bridge connecting the wharf with the  shore was destroyed' by a tidal wave  supposed 'to have been due to a submarine volcanic upheaval, Lome was  almost entirely isolated from tlie outside world.  What is believed to be one of the  most powerful wireless stations in  the world was completed in preparation for the present war a few months  ago, at .Atakpame, about 110 miles  from Lome. It is the chief receiving  and distributing centre for the German colonies in' Africa, and sines  messages can be either ' sent to, or  received from, Nauen, just outside  B-rlin, a distance of 3,'150 miles, it  was a most important link ih Germany's world wide intelligence service.  Atakpame  is  the  terminus  of th^i  railway, but the Germans have built  . a good road as far as Sokode about  100 ' liles to the north, an . a larg-i  moto' car has been provided to supplement the iron road for further pro-  ' gross into  the  fine  hunting country  nearer the interio" of the continent.  ���������    There, however, the inhabitants ars  hostile, and treacherous, and have the  disturbing  habit  of  taking  pot-shots  at   the   passing traveller with their  poisoned arrows.  In this little-visited part of Togo-  are-   immense    quantities    of   game  Antelope,    leopards,    and    elephants  abound, and many kinds of birds, in-  .  eluding   the .marabou   stork,   whenco  come tlie greatly-sized marabou feathers.    The rivers swarm with crocodile, and there are numbers of hippopotami.  As regards Togo history, this on'.y  -'extends back about thirty    years, at  ""^Ificil    tim"r~t1ve~Gerinairs^Trst~oc~  cupied tlie country.   They found it in  possession  of many different  tribes,,  all hostile to one another, the dominant tribe of the south-central region,  dwelling round- about where Sokoda  now is, being the Tschaudjo.  These people were originally a conquering tribe, like the Masai and the  Zulus, and they swept down from the  north somewhere about a hundred  years ago, devastating tlie country as  thoy advanced. They came riding on  horses, and as these animals had  novor before been seen in Togoland,  the terror they inspired almost sufficed by itself to ensure the defeat of  ' the aboriginal owners of the soil.  When the Germans came up from  the south, a motley but brave and determined rabble, led by a certain freelance adventurer named Kersting,  they endured their first real check at  tho lunula of those wild horsemen.  Impressed hy their lighting qualities, Kersting, following, in a small  way the oxamplo set by Cortez, in  Moxico, and by Clivo in India, allied  himself wiih tho uro���������or king���������of the  Tscliaudjo, find, allied by lilm, he  eventually subdued lho whole country and placed it under tlio German  flag. Tho present uro, an old but  dlgnlllod and amiable snvr.ge nnmon  DJobii, Is tlio son of the llian wlio  fought under Kerstiug's banner, ITi3  rr?sldcs at T,nfilo, near Sokodo, in a  "pnlnco" provided for hlni by the German government, who also grunt htm  a. small yo'urly subsidy.  Although the 1 nil. of the Togo na  instinct of self-preservation should  teach the Canadian people that this is  no'time to import things that can be  made as cheaply and of as good quality as homo. The point is so clearly  made in a letter addressed to1 the  Globe by a manufacturing concern.in  Ontario that space is gladly given for  ��������� "We note from your excellent journal that you have been endeavoring  during the past few weeks to impress  upon Canadian > manufacturers the  duty of keeping their plants running  to. the fullest possible extent. You  have pointed out that by so doing tho  manufacturers will be contributing  largely to the country in this present  crisis. With this we are quite in accord. ,,Wo would, however, draw your  attention to the fact that there is n  limit to the possibility of any manufacturer keeping his. plant running,  "We are a small concern, manufacturing small tools. Throughout the  whole of last winter and up to the end  of July we ran our factory full- tlni'i,  notwithstanding the fact that our production was considerably in, advance  of our sales. Last month our sales  took a tremendous drop, and wo have  had to slightly reduce pur working  hours. Our object in writing to you  is to point out that even :n'these  times of depression there" is more  than sufficient business in our line to.  keep us working full time. We are  the only concern actually manufacturing our line of tools in Canada. In  _.oint of quality we are second to none.  Our prices are competitive. There  seems to us to be no good and sufficient reason for any of this business  to be sent outside of Canada, yet it is  a fact that this is beingT done. Wc  suggest to you that you couple your  advocacy of keeping the factory running with that of the duty of Canadians to buy only Canadian-made goods,  always providing, they are competitive in quality anl price with foreign  goods."  This is a mott reasonable request,  and it is to be hoped the readers of  ihe Globe will givj it favorablj consideration. The buyer naturally wants  the best value he can get for his  money, but if Canadian goods are a?  cheap and of as high quality as foreign goods he is a very thoughtless  Canadian who under existing conditions- does not give the preference  to home product j. In this cpnnection  the Globe may be' pardoned ������������������ personal  word. Many Canadian manufacturers  making standard lines of goods do not  know the meaning of the word pub-  l.city.   They expect their goods to sell  Millions Have Been Spent In Fortifications and the Construction of Powder Magazines���������Provisions For  Siege Lasting Three Years.  . Enormous sums of money ��������� have  been spent upon fortifications at  Heligoland.  The island w'hich has an area ot  only, three-quarters of a square mile,  is looked upon, as one of the most  treasured possessions of Germany.  Since the Germans obtained possession of the island, enormous sums  have been spent upon fortifications,  and so on, including ������30,000,000 spent  on protecting tha coast from erosion.  ., Probably it will never be known  how many millions Germany has  spent in strengthening the place. But  it is known that a. million and a half  was spent in Improving the, harbor  as an anchorage for torpedo craft.  Millions   have   been spent in for-  PUTS   BAN  ON   AIRSHIPS   '  Cannot Fly Within Ten Miles of Fortified Points  An order-in-council has been passed  prohibiting airships from flying within ten miles of any of the chief Canadian cities or fortified points, .unless ; combining their hatreds and their men  by     special government permit and j to curb the genius of Napoleon,  prohi iting     any air  craft  carrying j    That .century   has   changed every  passengers to cross' the international: method of warfare, bringing new im-  boundary except,under special condi-1 plements of death and increasing the  tions. I power of each soldier as a .Jller many  The action is taken by the govern-  fold.  THE WAR OF 1813  Century Has Seen Many Changes In  Method  of Warfare  A hundred years have passed sin:e  the great nations of Europe gathered  on     battlefields  in  titanic  struggle,  PROFITS AND LOSSES  OF IHE GREAT WABS  THE     ENORMOUS,   EXPENSE  MODERN WARFARE  OP  ment as a precautionary measure and  because airships have recently been  seen approaching various places near  the border of Canada. Guards have  been stationed at all prominent points  with orders to fire upon any airship  which comes wthiu the prescribed ten  mile area.  The places named In the ordor-in-  council as being those over which no  airship may fly are Halifax, Sydney,  St. John, Quebec, St. John, Valcartier,  Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, London, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, Vancouver  and Charlottetown.  It also provided that no airship may  pass within ten miles ot any wireless  telegraph station.  Airships crossing   the International  tifications  and    the  construction  of  boundary line and carrying passeng-  .4-Va.fiiTl qahroc  =uever=������-ive=the=piib-  powder magazines, while refuges  have been built for the inhabitants as  a protection against the island being  shelled by an enemy.  Two hundred leet from the water  there stands a series of big gun batteries and armed turrets, an attempt  having been made to turn the island  into a German Gibraltar.  For purposes of protection, a cliff  of granite was b-ilt, so that now the  island to a large, extent possesses  cliffs which are purely artificial. In  addition, hundreds of tons of cement  were used to strengthen the face of  the natural rock.  Most of the people depend for their  livelihood upon the lobster and other  fisheries, together with their harvest  from the summer visitors. They live  to long years, and have a stheir native tongue the North Frisian dialect  In 1S07 Great Britain obtained the  island from the Danes. When she  took possession of the island it was  the "jumping ground" of a horae of  smugglers, there being practically nc  room left on the island'which wag  free from kegs and human beings. Iu  1800 we gave the island to the Germans as their consideration for our  taking over. Zanzibar and Pemba.  At the time cf the bargain there  was great dissatisfaction shown in  each country. It was recognized by  many, far-seeing men that so lor<r as  we possessed Heligoland the ��������� island  was in the position of a menace to  Germany.  Those Germans who objected to the  bargain were sore that Germany did  not obtain a much .larger territory;  even Bismarck said they had exchanged a pair of trousers for a mere  button. It was then that the" plateau  was fortilied.  C3_uit_e__rg_c_entiv   some   of t.hf������_m.nst  lie a chance to learn the brand or the'  quality of the articles they make. The  greater .part..of the foreig." articles  sold in- Canada are sold because by  constant advertising the buyer , is  taught to ask for a certair. brand or  trade mark. In yesterday's Globe  scarcely a dozen manufacturers of the  thousands in Canada thought H worth  telling the people about their goods.  Two-thirds of the space occupied by  manufacturers' announcements was  purchased by Canadian branches of  American concerns that kne the  worth of publicity.- The"buyir's auty  is to givo the preference to Cumuli n  goods, But ��������� tho manufacturer's ciuy  does not enu when he makes tht  goods. Ilo cannot hope to soil tlism in  competition with well-advertised foreign products unless he lots prospective buyers know that Canndinn goods  competitive in price and quality arc-  en tin market.  ers are allowed to land only at points  within three miles of Annapolis, N.S.,  Woodstock, N.S,, Lake Megantlc and  Hemmingford in Quebec; Athens,  Welland and Essex in Ontario; Morris, Manitoba; Bstevan, Sask.; Lethbridge, Alberta; and Chilliwack, B.C.  A Canadian officer must be carried  on any airship that lands In Canada  and no firearms, explosi- es or photographic equipment will be allowed on  board. Any military air craft in Canada must be the property of the Canadian government or Great Britain or  her allies. One reason for the strict  governmental regulation of airshlpi  is with a view to preventing any sec:  ret fitting out of airships by Germans  or Austrians in the United States with  a view to bombarding operations, or  scouting at fortified or military points  in Canada.  lt is a remote, but possible danger.  When Kitchener Asks,He Gets Action  A story. is going round about Lord  Kitchener's way .of dealing with  officialism. He made an application  to the post office authorities for thirty telegraphists to go on active service with the army.    A high official  Napolecn gathered 200,000 men at  Leipsic in October, 1813, to stand  against the armies raised by,Austria,  Russia, Sweden and Prussia.' The allies had a total of 350,000 men.  There were mixtures of races on  each side. To the eagles of Napoleon  rallied not only his own Frenchmen,  but Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese.  Belgians, Dutch, Swiss, Poles and  Germans.  Against him,were pitted Slavs, English, Germans, Swedes, Hungarians  and savage Bashkirs, a mixed Tartar  tribe from Northern Russia, wbo  fought with bows and arrows.  It was fighting at close range. The  infantry carried flintlock muskets. To  reload was a matter.of minutes. Their  sharp bayonets were often moro deadly than their bullets.  The artillery of the period was  primitive. The guns were muzzle-  loading, fired with fuse or match. The  round ball schrapnel, or chained shot  carried but short distances. The clash  was between men who could look into  each others' eyes, who rode down each  other with circling sabres.  In that battle, the first important  battlefield .defeat of Napoleon, 54,000  of the allies lost their lives. Of Napoleon's army 40,000 dead and wounded were left behind when the retreat  began towards Paris. The battle lasted   from October   14 to   October 20,  1813. ''-  Now, with millions of men under  arms, the changes of carnage are  multiplied not only by the number engaged, but by tlie new weapons of warfare, which turns each soldier into a  platoon.   h  Bombs, capable of killing hundreds,  of tearing down' great fortifications  may be dropped from airship's in the  .night.  The cannons have grown to mechanical monsters. The flint.'ock nas become a repeater, sending not one bullet but a volley. The Gatling guns  speak a hundred death sentences a  second. The machine guns multiply  the man behind into a squad, while  informed   Lord' Kitchener    that   the  men could not be spared, as the staff I upon the sea the great steel ships of  had already been seriously depleted'I death carry the means of wiping out  by the war. The new war secretary j cities from distances almost beyond  sent back" a message to say that if i the range of vision  the men were n-. sent inside half an  hour he would come for them himself. Needless to say the men were  soon" forthcoming.  British Fighting Families  Lots of cases are on record of entire families being in one or other of  the British lighting forces. ��������� A wido .t-  Even with the primitive weapons,  waste, sorrow, starvation and unspeakable suffering blighted the cities  and countries these armies ' visited.  Each contested city became a group  of hospitals. Livestock and crops  were swept away, taking tlie resutls'  of years of industry' in an hour.  Following the beaten army of Napoleon, the allies entered-Pans,, and  -forced-him-to-abdicate.���������He-wa_-ban-  ed lady named���������CoPPard._oLP.enge..  missive guns produced by Krupps'j has seven sons serving in the West, isjie(j to YAhn, but within a year had  were placed there, while provisions . Kent' Territorials and she is very | escape(i am_ gathered an army of 360,-  were laid in suiticient to wittistand a . proud of the fact, Another instance is \ ono Britain ��������� Russia Austria and  si���������e, of thrpp ypon, m^,v in <--n., of an Erith family named Higgs. The: Pru'ssja gathered an army of 600,00'J  was,, si ent like water that the. island   father fought at Tel-el-Kebir, six sons , and England and Prussia ended the  o It/-.nlr*.     isrsnrimc.     IU r,     XTrt^fl.      l_>.>���������     ���������x         ��������� ..���������   ;������    IU n   Dn.,nl   m-t-sr    nnA   flir.   TV, tsl-t-, r,m      . . . ... .. .'.,.-.  Huge   Sums  That  Are  Necessary ts  Finance the  Prosecution of War-  Vanquished  Called   Upon  to  Meal "  the Bill of Expense.  Modern   warfare  is a  costly  tro_������  ness!  Some years ago a leading German  Socialist estimated that a Franco-  German war, under modern conditions would cost .50,000,00'* a mont\  while if Great Britain, Austria, Russia and Italy were engaged; tha fl*-  ures would soar to $2,250,000,000 %  month!  There is every indication that theso  figures are being attained, if not surpassed in the big war in Europe.  When ono considers the upkeep ot  tho vast armies in tho fighting lint  and engaged keeping open communication to the base, the material needed to feed thc rifle and big gun, and  the continuous need of equipment  tlie figures quoted do not appear  large in proportion to the forco engaged in the conflict.  But there is money to be made b_  war, as in every business. Germany,  for instance, profited much from the.  Franco-German war of 1870. Hei  war bill amounted, to $150,000,000^  but .. when peace proposals men ;  made, Germany presented Franc*  with a bill of $1,000,000,000. U cot  every cent of it  It. was tho great Bismarck who arranged the terms of the treaty, and  though he chuckled mightily at tbe -  idea of getting this huge sum from  the French for stopping the war, k  is said that he was sorry when he  saw how . readily the French scraped  the amount together, that he had not'  asked for double the amount! Germany had previously squeeezd an U_-  demnity of over $40,000,000 out of  her present ally, Austria, after no������������  tilities lasting only one month.  Other countries,- too, have found  war a very profitable business, notably Japan; who; after the war of  1894-1895 with China, arising out  of the state of Koreta, made tho Chinese pay her an indemnity cf $185,0OV  000. As the war cost Japan only $30,r  000,000, she made a profit of $155,000>  000, in addition to which she gained  certain towns and territories.  But Japan gained little profit from  the *v; r with Russian in 1904-05, In  spite of an indemnity of $500,000,000,  which was demanded, for the coat of?  that campaign to Japan alone wa* <  intimated at $600,000,000.  A country, which has- never found  war profitable is Russia. Hor encounter- with Turkey in the 70's cost  her an enormous ���������amount of mbn^y..  She would only have been a little out  of pocket if she had received the  $250,000,000 indemnity which she asto-  should become the North Sea storehouse of the German fleet.  arf* in the Royal navy, and the mother  is anxious to serve as a nurse,  DEMAND FOR FLOUR  Canadian   Flour   Mills   Will   Run at  Full Capacity '  Orders from the Dominion nnd Ontario governments for an aggrega^  of 1,250,000 barrels of flour aro on.>  the beginning of the increased demand  on the Hour mills of Canada as a **e-  suit of the war.  The mobilization of the ��������� armies of  ICuropo will result in a large reduction  in tl.o acreage sown to wheat in tlmt  continent,   That   rod notion in ucrciigu  tlvo"ii7o?'��������� tots' beVn'saiir, lnTco������  ftlia ?, ������BT������n'ro,iu, !������n ll. I'?1'1,.^.1  {.Itlon but littlo removod from bar  barlHin, some, of tho tribes, novertlio-  loss, rIiow consldornblo'sklll in huiidl-  crafts, Thus, nt ..nssnrl and Tlcnjitll,  In tlio Konkoiiibwa country, iron in  mined, Hinnltoil nnd forged into various iilrlo.loH, undor exceedingly primitive*, though fairly effective, conditions.  Other tribes oiilllvnto cotton, which  tlmv wonvo Into strong nnd hoi'vIcc  greatly increase ...e domain!,for wheat  and (lour from other producli.g countries. Canada will find a ready market for all the wheat and Hour she ca.  export during the war. The (lour mills  of Ciiiiiulu will hu kept busy grinding  j Ciiniulliiri wheat into Can. (linn flour  I I'or export to tlio Mothor Country ut  thlH Llmo or 'riiil,  In ihu homo market, nlso, thoro will  bo an Incroiifloil demand for Hour, Tin*  tendency of ninny will bo to uuo more  ablo   cloth   on    eurloimlv   nrlmltlvo   ll'������lli;"i;> ol "������'������"* Wl" ������u ������������ >"���������" "lu'w  wnoile   loom". Hemitlf,.! Inutile   mi������ ' ������;1!' ������'"' ������?������ Btiiplo arUcios of rood  .rn   nlnn   itimln.    r.ml    Inrifn.    .trnlielv. i������������tClUl  O.  H01110^ Ot tllO IllXUl'IC. Of tllC  lahlo.   This will moiiti an inureiiKud  coiiHiiiiiiitlon of Hour,  TIiiih il would iipneni' that lho 7,0Jf*  I mon  wlm urn  working In  tlio Ilo ir  urn nlso mndo, nnd   liinrn,  strongly  wovnn   biiHluMa  or  piilin-llbro,  which  lell for nhoul hnlf u cent nplrei*,  in the fnr north, lho onl/ currency,  ntirrhnHo nlmoHt nnvllilni* iwiuoii  cmpioyim'tii    uiioiigi.otii    uitj  purennso nimoiu iiii>iiiiui.. W1(r_   u ,H ,,���������������������������-,,,,��������� Uu, nu,nlJor ai m.  _.    ".      "." "'...   . i>)o}'(m.h In Hour iiiIIIh w|I1 Imvfc lo 'jo  The American Attitude IncnMiHiiil,   but, oven   If mi Increase  Aft for tho iittltiidn of tlio American . Hliould be uiiiioci'HHiii'y, tho conttiiiiu.  pivrw, il novor moro ncnnrntoly rollout-1 oporiitlon of this IntliiHtry will muiiu  ���������il tlif'KOlior Jinlgiiieiit oftlio Aniorli'iin   tho clriiiiliillon of ii|>proxliiiiiti,iy $.,,  public thnn In condemning Gnrniiiny'.  coutho in tlio proiiont conflict, Tho  indlclmoiit agnliiKl Gormany Ih fonii,!-  ed upon tlin HtntnmnntH of hor own  defenders, wlicmo ikIiuIbhIouh rro fur  moro dinnning In tholr ovidonco thnn  toll)    i/iL.iht-    "'    t't if-   Al'iic-j,    A    'lulluii  whom* imperial ehruienllrlr rldteulon nn  a "flcrmp of paper," tho -lighted fnith  000,000 n your in wiikob to Ciinudlun  workmen.  French Colored Troops Heroes of 1870  Tho A Igor I uu tiliarpHhooiorH, who  nri������ en-npornllnp' wiih thn .'rone'i  liomu nrmy in AIriicc, are popularly  uiiowu aii "i'urcon."  not onlr of his own but of othor i Th(Rl1 ������la������,,,nS colorod troops liavo  Jo^rnm'onfs, can nX������S?nB������bu?ST < Sift ������������������������������������������ ���������������* Kl'������  domnatlon on thin side of tlio Atlantis ZLrl mm vnr.h \ll<t S  no long ub America romnlnH trrn to "��������� J f���������r" 'ft"' Kh *ir,'eI?,ni,!t,n:  fcer MpiIu nn i rotinti--Ooninn T������">������" 8lll"ll0(1 tliumfiolvoH particularly at  erln. Vv'ihMMwi.iTK mul KrocbcnwiiUT, their  1 specialty being rocklosB and gallant  tmyonot chnrgoH,  It Ib Hiild that tho terrible momory  of tho   charging "TurcoB" ronmliioil  Times Ahead  for the West  HE attention of the world is now  being attracted to the vast areas  of fertile  wheat lands  of Western  i  Canada. Only a small fraction of the  agricultural lands are at present tilled  and their cultivation is now a world  necessity.  There will be a world-wide shortage of food  and thc demand for wheat and all farm products will bc enormous. High prices for  grain are sure to prevail. Tho coming  year will witness the greatest activity  throughout the West.  The Hour of Opportunity lias Arrived  last war in which all great nacions  were involved, at Waterloo.  In men involved in the present war,  the armies have increased nearly 10  times, ln addition, the-armament of  battleships brings to the contest  greater death power than existed in  the 'entire equipment of a century  past..,  The greatest drama of death cf all  ages; impends, say the military ex-  rerts.  Tho clash of battleships at sea, of  mon on land who flro from distances  beyond the range of human eye, of airships which dart liko great vulture,  through the air, presents a spectacle  that history has never yot produced.  The world knows the awfulness of  1813.  What picturo -./111 191-1 paint?  NEWSBOYS ON HORSEBACK  Favor Adoption of EnaM>H Langunga  A romnrlcahlo proposal cornea from  somo llelRitin loaders. "Wo roalizo,"  they miy, "thnt our,nation is ono na-  tlulllll IllllRlinKO. It In InipoBfllblo to  iniiko oitlicr Flemish or Wnn loon uni-  vornul Ijocuubo of tlio rivalry of rucoa.  Wo do not wish to orieonniRO further  hho of l-'ronch wIhIiIiik to maintain our  (MfHnrt IMlvMmllty n"d enlMvtitu  ilrltiKli rnthcr than Fronch character-  istiCH, iheruforo wo propone tain Hul  Bliini flhoultl adopt Kn.;llHh ut it national lunmiiiRo, mnkhiK horsolf tho  I'.nKlnnd of tho continent nnd slntt.tr  nutloi. of Ennlunii of tho islo."  Carriers Make Quick Time to the Suburbs In Montevideo  Most    American    newsboys    ihlnk  themselves woll off if they own a good  suit of clothes, but In the Uriigungny-  an capital of Montevideo there   are  ovor llfty newsboys who own homes  and peddle thoir papers on horseback  Montevideo has UOO.OOO Inhabitants,  but it spreads ovor more    territory  than an Amorican city ot tlio sanu  pop; Intlon; tliero are almost no tono-  niciit houses, and  there arc several  largo parks.  Liko Americans, tho Uruguayans  want their evening paper ns soon uh  possible after it comos from tho pross.  Tlio liorHolmck newsboys supply this  demand with nstonlHlilng rapidity, I.ti  Kazan, ono of tho lending evening Journals, lu Issued .'it Ii o'clock, Aboil*,  twenty minutes boforo thnt ho.r the  newsboys, mostly young mon from  olghtoi.'ii lo twoiity-llvn y.Mii'H of ago  gather In tho street In front of tho  newspaper ofllco, Whon tho pupor.i  nro brought, out tho clork hands :i  bundle lo ouch, and nwny ho Ht,irt.i  nt u full gallop. All Hto biiKliiosii In  tho oontro of ilio town Is dono by ordinary "foot nowHboyfr," the liortiuin'in  | raco away lo Un<lr "bouts" In lho hiiIi-  j urbH,  shouting with  all  their might,  ] Lu I'uzoii! Ln Hnxon!"  |    A otiHtoinor who wIhIiob to buy n  pii'iur slt>|is to tho nliloiwtlk ami hold j  I otis his unn. The liorao knows thu slg-  8hnckl6ton   Departs   For   Polar  Trio  3lr Kniest Sinicliletoii and tlio uim.i-  bora ot his truna-Atliintle Antni'ci'c expedition havo luft London in two soo-1 mil ami pulls up ro short thut It in  tlons for tho South Polar rontons. On.*   wonderful tho rlddor Is not calupiiltoij  half of tho party, bonded by sir Km-  over his hoad  Deposit   Enormous   Amount   of Oold  Tt Is estimated that nnnrly ono hundred millions of Amorjcnti gold for > with tlio Gorman troops for yoars at-  tho Hank nf Kngland wlll ho in tho' tcrwnrils.  vaults of tlio ilopnrtmont of flnnno* It wns In Upper A.unco that th������  boforo thn end of tlio war, Somo "Tunios" ftlft most of tholr .'IkIiIIhb  hoavy Unitod States lonns, lt Ir stnt-  In IK70,   Thoy aro thoro again, "but  ���������Deutschland, Deutscnland, uber nlles'  Tho Gorman soldlor'a nong In this  war Ih not tho "Watch on the flhlno,"  popular in tho Franoo-l'msslnn wnr  of 187i), but "DontBOlilnnil, Uoiitsch-  lantl, ubor uIIob" bujir to tho nlr of  Haydn's Hymn to tho Kmporor, thn j land,  Au.itrl.il. N'.xt'.onul anthom. The words; Th'*- Hn<it i������n party v, 'II board tho  woro wrltton In 1811 by the poot Hof-; oxplorntion ship Atiront at lloi.;ris  out Sliuekliiton, ilopartod for Soir.li  A morion, tlio other half of tlio oxpndi  tion loft for Hobu Soa, on tho Now  Voilnm! olilo of tlio  \ntnrn_j.,.  i, ;...  of TiiHiiianla.  Sir lirnost hopes to moot tho Uorb  Sou coiitlngont in April of noxt yoar,  or failing in tlint hy M������rrh of I'Md.  Tho FHinekloton noctlon wlll   have 70  dogn and also   motor   BlodgOH,   Tho' nniilhllatod.    (Ionium Hhips    to   llu  nthor m rtv wlll hnvn in r|r\r������u 'vnluo   of   vi finn nnn   iniv.   >,,,,,,   ,; ...  Ono groat rij/flciijfy that con front.ml I troyoil liy Hrltlsli orul.-u'r,. and oilier.'.  tlio expedition wus tlio luck of nclon-|to nn ostlmtitod vnluo of t.'io.oon.ntin  title Instruments. Thoso hnd boon or- j uro Interned lu neutral ports, Thoro is  ilorcd from (iertnnn.v but hml not boon ' no oHtliuato to '.o put on tho uumiior  ilollvi-rod hooiumo of tlio wur and it or valuo of tho Cormnn ships laid up  wat nocoiiRnry to roplaro thom In Kug-, In Hamburg, Hromon and other (lor  So oliloleiit Is tills RyHtom of oquos-  trlun newsboys thnt a dweller In tin  outskirts of Montevideo gets Ills oven-  In.,   tinnn'.   !l^!n'"*t    '' ''    "rn������    --.       '.'  who   llvos   In tho vory liourt of lho  city.--Youth's, Companion,  Germany's Commerce Annihilated  Clormnny'n foreign triulo In virtually    ��������� -..       , i mnrm von f/illorslehon, In Ih - Mnuft   town.   Tasmania.    Sir .'rri.������it S'i:ie:,-  #il. ������r������ lnntur iik in hnglanrt nnd thn nm.    Hays  ������  .ri'iicli  wntor. i.s thol   f m,|iKnl.i.id. then Rrltlnh territory ' loton hopf*s   to leave   nwnm ..yr.-i,  ohllgutlonii will ho mot hy iho dopoBlt .iitom  of iU-To-.it.  Imt    In   ilio  llm ' llnr,n��������� l)lg  pxl^  from  Gormany  on i October 18.   hy   the nhip Ktidttn nco.  |������ tho roBiilt that would atten<t a r.m  of American -old with tlm finance Co- i'ui>k������ of the heroes of rovongo and   pt.���������,���������vX  0t |,(������ fvmpatny  with    thp   which Is now on rotito toSt.uih ,\nuT   Wet between I'wi'nnd mid any povser  man hnrbors, Now hero on the higu  ���������.www in ii 'lerman aliout e.,npi u-. ,������  fugitive,  Tlihi It lho Immediate lemili of |.n<-  lniid'n Hupremnry  upon Ihe sons,    It  fartmcut at Ottawa,  I v.clory."  l German reform party.  < lea.  -New York Journal.  indemnity was cut down 'to ?160,000,-  000 with which to pay her out-of-  pocket expenses," of which sum Turkey up to the present time has paid  just over half, and there s'eema little likelihood that she will ever rais������  the full amount.  The cost of the Russian-Japanes*  war was staggering. The campaign  lasted about 19 months, and altogether it is estimated that the combined expenses of Russia and Japan  amounted to no less than $2,225,000,-  000. The loss to Japan's navy and  mercantile marine alono amounted' ���������  to $250,000,000,  This    was    tho    fourth  campaign  upon which Russia had entered within three-quarters of a century.   Tho  first and second wero   with Turkey,  tho former involving an expenditure ,  of ?100,POO,000 and the loss of 120,00t>������  men.   This was in 1828, and twenty1*  six yoars later came tho Crimea, in-  which  Franco    and  England took ������-  hand.   The total cost of this terrible-  war   was    $1,505,0,00,000.'    Kngland'i-  blll alone amounted to $390,000,000.  The Napoleonic wars, wliich endod  with Waterloo, woro comparatively  cheap for Franco, as the total bill  amounted only u $1,250,000,000.  The present war will be an coBtly  a  on i  for both  conquoror and  vanquished.   Already Germany ls endear-���������  oring to partly recoup horsolf by levy--  ing enormous exactions on tho cltlofli  and  towns occupied  in   the  line of  march across ..olglum.   Whotlicr tha  sums will be paid before the Invaders  aro driven back ncross tho frontier .J  '  anothor story, r.s lt is possiblo that  tho Belgians will not submit calmly  lo the'exorbitant domands mado upou  thorn hy an enemy who haa turned A  ��������� bountiful    country into onu of doath  and deviistation.  Hut tiortuiiiiy is certainly laylnH  horsolf opon to dreadful rnprlsnln,  for when UiIh war is ovor lho Indemnity to bo olulmod from lior will bu  simply enormous. (iroat lirltnln  novor has dellberuloly not about mak  ing money out of hor wum In modorn days, but sho will bo perfectly  jiistllloil iu calling upon her otiomtos  to moot the expenses lliey h.ivu wu.������  tonly run her Into.  KIIIIiiq Off the Youni!  The (jormiiii, llko he |'*n neli, MtumV  Ing army Is, of <.oiirw, coiupoHi'ii of  boys bolwoon lho agon of ol^.ttoen and  twonty-four, Kaoh your u third .f tha  nrmy goes buck to civiliur .lio and  a now third Is ro'.rtiltod. Nono ; thmio  aro, of course, married; hoiioo thero  aro fow  widow    boing iiiiuI.j by tno  liiM'I'KlDH    llglllll)','    UI'OUIIll    LU'gO,      if  this Ih any comppiisutii. u fo ��������� tho  loss of tho .lower o' lho country's youth.    It Ih only    whou    tan  J   J (.4.1,J        .....J        Lil   l(.���������lli        , (..,1. J   . ..'  ,.,       jkllti  Hie Vmt lino thn' mnrrlmt nnd older  men aro in notion. This Is, by tho  way, ijiilln uu.iKo tho record i.i our'  own volunteer regiments in ������liU'h to  many of the men woro married, At  for the French and (loriniin non-eo'ii-  iiiluxlotied nftlefT'-'   tliev -ire   nf ennn-i*  111 large part profi'SHioual noto.or   and  family men, llko tlieir oil loom,    rtiit  their soldier:' nr" too often moro boyi  jinit out of school, witnoiit tho faintest appreciation, perhaps, of whnt tht  | war is nil about.    In a toiuio., thone  armli'K are   democratic, berini.tit   Ui*  '.unin of rlel, .Hid p ior -.ilIke ,ir,c, tht.  j educated for :i year only, a.,<l porlupe  'in oriel' rei'linenls:    Imt    Hi .re lr f,t)  Aft;\M iii France t ��������� Cionii;-..!*, thn*. wlll  1 not pay it terribl ��������� prlco in young mo������  ; fur the itiliuninnity Umi |������< going <m  j today.   Now York ..veiling Pun', (   -  7 ������     :**#'*>. iltMii'V'.Ki.iXW?'** 'ftk'iWti&i ^n.U'feii  a?~;~{^SSJSSffStS5SS*?.,g?riii^ ~"���������"*-* ���������������*.���������*-*������  .v ... ^:i^m-s..unni ������j..sr������..  4  "    ��������� '"'*P  js  . .'.'.' .A      _.'_ il <8^&J-S' ll  . ������__-��������� I  Mi*'.'* A*; .*    > ���������."     ���������".���������F'MiC'i   Ev^rr* 6  '  "    >=V-.L *- S     J.-  .������lJ.<������<(Jil  IKiZ \  .   -"AVE COA.I. and WOOO ESATvJn? jj  M Tf> "0 &-A0 TZAC.ll:  ���������    '  .<"*���������������������������  f* ,,rvv  ? K-e-Tw*vj ~*������r-������������������ v\ jjp������ ..*������*  "--���������������  uy .s'K-i()     while.   bjri:r!>t:Ls   i,i.;.ii  .i, ;,i ,"i.!i   "i.yy. ol prices?  -.   ."  '���������:��������� l.i:\i-���������.".'";' I.L,'' Itee! Bod  . V '-   !>i villi, and Muttrcas  rniture Store  1  k  HsIBTI\TQH     Cumberland  ������������������������**��������� ���������������������������PV'MiiMtKLin.niw***  $>  &  MAROCCHi BROS- ��������� %  GROGFRS.  8s    BAKERS  . j\  AND PROPRIETORS" OF t '  0UM6E8LAN0" BOTTLING WORKS       \  \'  il  -%  f;  e  0  ������,.  ^1  1 **/  l^^^^^g^n^es^  i������)A.i>i 1-n.r,   vvr, co. uv   -.  ���������Agents fnv I'-ib'ener .irewiug CoiTpa-rn's RKKR  Wholesale Dealers  i-n fill Ki^ds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND :- STREET  )mm  ���������:Mm  s^>  |X^W^*^'V^V^Voe^vJ^'^ ^W^tO"^,*" o!*;^r������B������a.  E������^S^^^^^@ES_raB9  iA-  ������������������'r?J&    ^  ;���������-.> r,  7 it ���������'  l,   -1      ���������  c,a  M  ���������2^������ ; $  3,     !   ^,.'!'ve'^.J.������''<')>/''_)'.!'V������\������)^ ������\>?\?) *'>'A)A'i.'\A vjit  i ���������        <--' ������    ��������� '���������*  '1 ED.    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C.     ,t  v>4  v> i w  '���������������) "A  ir-)   A  w  NOTARY    PUBLIC  COd  VYANCJNG  ���������>.* :^0������(������������<E(^������C?X_)������<a;<k'i?>^-@?������������C* \->  *****/9tf***.**t**t*a*t**  +������������������**.***-av<*" t>~***+>-*~>r*+:*wa'aa-**i+a-*A.**.**.**-a-*.t-l*r^*  *a*at,*tt*     .***.t**������*t*i*  * ���������  t Mrs Y.Maxinjelli's ���������?  ... ...  % Rooming* House %  lil DUNSMUiR   AVENUE  a  CUMBERtAND, *  ..>  Kc;  A  lr^-A- ���������  Mil :  Ji-NifibiiUr/s .l'ur"U. \)y  ... r-v        r    "pr _'  ^.*������ A.'-. ���������      ".-.   I   t.f v.  Adr; iV-*���������'.*., N';ui:iinv.i  n.*^wrr,X3X������^A^Avu^_:t,;H>J'iv.ivi������La,i.'ijrv-'������w���������^r)-.( ,i. .,-,- -_-.*,  O  'in!;ii:!:ii!i:i!;!i:iii!ii;iiii;iiiii!ii:i!:;iiii:ii;i::i(ii:!:[!:i;<i!;(!!;i;i;ii:::;,;'::^  ..'>/   "��������� "4     -  "t.'1  AAA ."',.=.-".';:;.���������:(������������������,;<:,:'.!wi.::!::':':;:!!1*!-::.'!)  anr.'iinafiiwt1 inn ������--i-4.-.:-j"fflanfi ^4������^vJTJ������*W������**'������rf'7ait-r:������nsa������X'wo������Wfi������'������iwi������rti.^^ ������u:*������tMiTr**. (  v5l  I;ii: iiishec. , Rooms  Reasonable   Rates.  v I &  A ***  ������  Ottawa  'i'i i- followi'.it; atmouncemerit. is  t ������de <.ti Ixilialf of ihe Doaiioion  -(Aiii.c.l of the Qanndiun Boy  .boo 1Tb:���������  All oyer Ciinada Boy Scouts  li-vubeen proffering their f.etvices  mi aid uf both cjvil and military  au liuri'ies in thn present emer-  j-uaey.    At ihis btitRC  it   does  not  i in w ijae for tho iJomiiiiu'i Conn-  y.     o i dvif-e art to the   exact    form  ��������� r f jriiH .n which the oryuuziiiion  : a whole- can boA lake jfis part  } i Hit' exij-j,ii.������ .-11'ug.tSfi. '��������� Tli^re in,  i, wi-ver, ko much to he done rjuick-  ) in oycry locality lhat nl. Boy  ;���������' o a-', who nre de������ii'oiu: of helpiiip,  \a.li Iind plenty oi o|iponnuiti<'S of  ��������� "iii|.-; i?u. In the lJrilii-li Isjies  t, eir hi'dtlior !_,.oul!i are ti������.Uling  in ihe iiiaintcniincu of llm jtulice,  j'.iii-i :.ii.iidn, und pout, oflice mt"  m-i', i'i fjuutthn.n ic!o.;ia|il' linos,  i- ��������� ioi.-.--. cu^i'i'.s for i he lied Cross  y uiui v, nud in vni'ioiii other 'wiye.  ' h.i Uoniiiiion Council i,-> nwur*  ;  11.:v���������   Cilllndiilll   l*.:.CviUU   Will    he  ! ��������� anl williny aiid preinre.l io l.-nd  ,. ii nol in llie wnr pii:p,iriilio.i������  i i V uud-.irwiiy, hy doin^AMitiiever  i   ..j iy hically hu i.i  iiii-ir jiow- r to  I    'I  Wny wi'i't.' llie Hirm.'t    1',1'osi^iitf.is  ; ..I eo-.il'ed  fill-'l low  mi  Tlie-dny ,'  A. il wii.v don't    lhe  nutlioiiaufi  i.��������� .imt ALL ������idiMvnl^ in ihe  ;   , ,.,' ���������- poi lion o|' Hie e.iiy aiv HU-  . .-���������,: i.i ly elciund ofj nfter n -now  ., j. :;. uuo )it;o|ile tjon'i np])b.ir to  , i a n it'iiHi,. if ll|o pt|hiin Imvo to  vide in fiiuny i|p to th(!������r ni.ck������, or  a uu.v *.Iides i'roni tlio roof bury  1 " o -ix IVI doeji. it we iuvurt  |., 11 a covering thin m������pw buitinoup,  rA-mat it jf unforced iniu wi^tir-  |; y, '1 ho i-uii aji4 >������in tru alliMvmi  ���������r m w,hut the 'Hhovol fl'.uultl lie  ii,- u.t) d i,  V'lKF Third Mouse From t  -\. ��������� AC Telephone , *|-  -; "        ,     Jixcliauo-e %  ^^Jli^E4\_E____J_=J=VKNUl^J^  4*       L'uu'ibet land,  ii   Al-        dr  -;- -I-  d' ���������{���������  , O  ****���������**.   **t*******i*   *   i  oimwii, Nov, arj.���������'l'ijut (jopdi-  li no* of u employ mont in wi-Biern  t; nirifia jr������,������, ^.'iiorally -.penIcing, no'  t. a a ui'in in p������Hi(jr������ jiijiiirec,iu  > i' -,iti li" ,. ri'p-jrt Qn labor ci.ioli-  !. ur in the weft prcpim-d hy  ^A-.r^ Me ^ iv en and I|u ���������''��������� t1*"  . .',. ei - "t tis" l'<������!i ii.ioii Hep it**  i���������  .,: ���������,,   t .h ���������!',   (;uii.^ I-i    tii.l.i: ,*  Mr. Abraham E, Smith, Amer  ican .Consul ' at Victoria, was in  town this week, and favoured this  office wiih a call; Mr Smith is  very bright and lively for a mnn  in iiifiTSlb year. Wn have known  him for many years.  -<*���������-  Twelve thousand schoolboys between the nge^ pf 15 ahd ,17, have  enrolled as volunteer rccruita in  Berlin. Thoy have bojn diuided  into twenty conipanie , and their  military training i.i pioceodkig  with all possible pj earl. Itjis inr  lenih'd that ihey i-hiill lake the  field next ajiring, Many wfll then  be mill under IG yc^rs. In the  Province of lirundcnburg, iiichui*  in������ PuTlin, a loui of (iO.OOO _chool-  'ijovk li'ive been eimolled as. volun  leer recruits.  *  %  t  2  <9  *f>  t  ������*���������  ���������J.  ������?���������  t  *!���������*  ������  fl  V  *;���������  i-  r  ...  f  9  :I:  *  :!:  *  Havino. bought  the   entire   st-Ack  of  J'ailthorp   &    kbens,  of   Ko. S  Mine, I intend to carrv on a  Our Winter Underwear Stock is com-  plete i]o\v and enrm'r-'-cs   sonic- of- the  t _____..._ i���������__ j - -  SphoiieJd-'bHeavj'-Bjb, per g- rment  ?-l 'yo anil $1.75  '���������'H'-itannia'5 finen. 1 wool, per ^/ii-r.isnt.: ,,.'... $1 75'  Fen Ang e, fine all woo', per g-armiiiit  $1.50  .Men's Shirts made of %n������. ScotoU 3. phy'rs  with French cuffs and collar to m.i cl{ $1 CO       ���������>  If en's Heavy Woo Sweaters    $4 00 to'$S 50-  I '     ������0t& Velvets ji."!. H lo iciiij,-^ ^hiidua, i?7 in.  wide?. ������?ura val 6oc yd  of Mercjbiandig/e consisting of  ' GBNT?S FURNISHINGS.  HARDWARE     ������  CROCKERY and GROCERIES,  AH   Can    Goods   Ft   wholesale   prices  v^hich must be cleared out.     Drop  in and get prices pn case Jots-  NO   TROUBLE    TO    SHOW     GOODS  Special Prices'on  Saturdays  ,  iKisuturait^iwiama  aaairtasatiti -xaacrprnfiji  ���������   Wm. MctELLAN   ;  NEXT TO PCACEY'S DRUG STORE,       DUNSMUIR AVENUE  t  a'  =4-  L2HEJ3JJ1AJ," STOBE    ^ ������ T:ill"-'!ls  v  e  f  ti-  |  ������   IIHipHIKSII^iBlliHIilHIiaillia^  t  %^\v.iittu.iiiiji;iijiiii������i!iiiH^!iiitiiwiii!H:iii!ittii;si!!iii:iiiiiiiii!i  ft\  ".{,   s  C,a,puulPdidUp$ll,500,000.  Bosofvo $13 0C0,0  AY. S, TiM'i'.v,  Consul I'or lli'ltfium,  70') I-'urt Sti-out, Viuwiriii, M.C.  i:i-:m;ian4! attkntion1!  l-'roo TfiiiiHiiortiitiiM* I'or VOIjCNTIiIKUS  iiui.i r.KSKitv'isrs  TIlli HnlkMllll (.JoVi I'lllill lit  lllliJ   hGW   (inri-  (.'Imlid kituiK'iiii'iiUj wlii'ii-by li ]-in*-r ml-  lliul'll lll'll   Vi'lfHitl'MI'M   Will   l>C   |/iVl:ll   Irtu  liiiii'lioitii inn t i ilifi licinlijiiiiiti'i'M ni tlm  lii<l|������iiu AunV' Tin.' (iov.Miini.iil hut  jiint hfliii-il in tlio iiiiiuu uf tin' Kluy rni'l  tlm Nation, u sn|i.-inii i\\i\h':7 to nil iiIjIh  Ili'l'iiniH, mvl I'liiolly ihoiio lmtv/uun lho  iigc.-i ul IH mul l}0 tn join llm ni'iiiy us vol-  iintijuiii for tlio duration of lli.������ wnr,  Tlitiu nru nbt'inul iiiiiijitdu* lit-JfliunH  who ihu lit fur mi lil try mervinu. Sijuntti-  niou.ily, nIioiihiuh.)) of voluntortr* hnvo  joinoil ilia army, and it iA important tbat  oil lliu,s wl.*. ari- in n y-������IHn������ to Ao an  _iiOaj)il Jj\Jn\y \b\t nYMn,)Ultnme(1Ut(i.y,  To till thoeo to wIiohi this npjjllts, tlio  IHuiwi Govorntiiint rftijuirea thnt yon  prowtit yourHelvon forthwith At tlio Con  *iiliit*. 70.1 Fuit Htroct, Vioturii, JJ. 0.,  tlieri tu ri'.i.'������ivi. inutriiciiuiiN u'Kiirding  inuiUuul txaiiiinutioim, iiitiotii, acuomodi)  tiouii uud Iriinsportiitiori,  \V. B. TKUKV  Cobuul Vox llolKluq.  ������tw������<vj.*v������inBtrfw*4.rt������*<#Tj������������iWM������B������ -u*f v#*t'*. ���������*. n*t*,rt-'������-*r������Himt,v)*r*\wjinin\uriiMm^t'*t,^*Ka*v*  I  ������  *\*  **  v  ���������l-  d*  tl*  I  T  ���������I-  i*  ���������i-  ���������14  "I*  [���������*  iM \   I/'3      DYE 1  <������)  ii)  in  ii;  ii.  \  '*.  'I,  't>  ft)  <i)  ������  (*)  w  (*  8  I/'9       DYE  iti  Clothes   Cleaned & Pressed |  ���������'hi>'. 'I'm->)aAx will  nor  re-uppenr n^ain, its  \w iiM* Mn: iMcncli Hrv Cltinin^ system Dyes  of even tiling Satisfiiciiuii yuaninteeil.  goods CfijJUd      : and Dejivcrcd  IS)  IV  Prices   Very   Moderate  Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Welch  ft  *)  At New Coltrol Uaibcr Shop. Dnnsimiir Avenue   g  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   J  i������   ������  f MIA GTS   IS*.U}i)D   IN   ANY    UUIiliKNl,Y. , I'A YA11I.1C   ALL H  | OVBI.    T1JK    WOliU).                          '       |  Ij SI'13-J.A^ AT'i'KNTIaON imi'l toHAYINdS A<XX>UN1> A inioroo  t_  g ill liiglie^t Currfiit Ilu:ci������ alii>v_M0.i u:.j o,-iin of $1 ni>il u|i\viimI-..    ^  |  CTJMI)T3RJ1.ANP, II'. 0 . Bruneij, Open Dull/      I)  M.Moirisen, Mt.r.  I UNION T������AY, B,0. Branch, Opt-.i Itu'y. "    F, Boaworth, Wyar.  | COURTENAY,   B. 0 , Branch,  Opci: Pail*. U  II  Ha dwick,  Mpr K  -^r=_zr^i!lli!||!|||||||||l|||||||||HHIIII|||ltllll!l|illlll||ti;il!l!Si:i!l!;|V;.':  I  %iiiiitii|iiiiiiliiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii!!|iiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiii|iiiiiiir>iiiiiir'iiir<i  KMbWWljktjb.uuunw<w-i%M������ *.������+������.:  ;*.\^t/t*itm,vmJiijMJ'VKfia*mi*,ii\n\m.rtiHn-wtmtriiMr ***m/A*M.- ...wm,iUimi  ^.!������^a'tvrwm W������4..*mr#  V.  BOflO^fl:  Maiwfaotwer ojf MIWEKAL WATER  fl  wnMu*iwrtiaktircU-w������Kwna������nvtJHi  CUMBERLAND  P, 0, EOX <S18P  PHONI? 00,.,,  ���������yr"p"  ii  ^H*^0*tft  1 Thom^o^9   Boarding   House |  di  <9>  Hub Now Hoen Ojiened Up mid is  prepared to receive lio-trdors  ������  (!)  IjOdi'd by tlie Day, Week or  Moiitli  ���������������"HeaKuit;il)le Rates���������  ������  (*)  ^    XTT^m    *T^V������/\*vic������a/\������i       DmiBimiir Avonuo, Nonr Foutth    ^  (���������.     VV III.   1 nOIIlSOIl >Gtroot--Cui.il>or.ru.d, IV 0. (���������)  f,J (���������'  &Z*������������^tt���������ttGGG'iA(aYaGffffra(iKf^  mamvrtm*mmmi*mmmm  a\e out r������f   work, tint production  having falltMi HOju-r uont  J.i Wnniiptg ilium nro !i,C'J0  mon. iiioi-tiy untltillt.-il, mitof worl",  li, Si..'..,to*Mi yii'd .Uoiith   Juiv 000,  ������������_XE������SX?������������������8^^ ^^XS^^fs^X_X*X5yjr������'/5^    "The Little Store."  i     i    i _,j i   ,imn iir*i   "������������������ i     'i ���������'��������� |    i i ������������������   swh w. MrLKi.i-AN-s siAur^^atch Repairing  TIMKS 1'KICK LIST  <-)>'    |  -  J'MiO.VTJ'AGlv !  LurnH Mi������il Oi.Iui'   i( .;uu ������a:if  it pn overyvtlioiu   willinj; to atuk n  ht\ Inttiitt iot $$) \\fYi.'.\,  \."tu....;,  give!',   |������<'r.|;..ii   |H-niMM ni.   )A\  |i(.)N'T Sl'F.SD ������iO0I)  MOM'.V tor iiii'(iii������|.i'trnt  Wituli   lUipiuri* jr.  if  j'i'ur  Milt .'ll  1������    II"1     l'"'l i-������l    Lt'..::  iicnrnlilv Li'.T I.WIITlAt  1-i.V IT.     <ivi' IV .'i 'JnO.  F. Liehter  Cfli-o A. King, Prfoprtie^ess  II      iWi   !������������������������������������������ IHIWWIIH1.MHIW    ���������������������������������������������     Wiiwii     MW  THE PLACR  WIIHRF. VOU CAN  GET  OLD COUNTRY  PA1M-US  Choice. Camiics hy -ill ih-- IruUntr nv.������\^.*rx  Sol't Drinks. Ci_>,ii>, CYt'/y, AU *. <tU\  ���������^PV.Mx^a*    ������p.   ������������������^^���������1  I'ti.v . i  -   ������  . 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