Napoleon knew well the valoe of a viotory. After Aasterlitz the world seemed his. Fatne invited, fortune favored, everythiug sitmnlated his aspiring ambitiou. With growiDg power he gathered the fruits of viotory. And so has it ever been. Sncoess sncceeds. A notable illustration of this trntb is furnished by the great victories won at the World's Fair in '9Í5 and tbe California Midwinter Pair in '94 by Dr. Prioe's Cream Baking Powder. Ever increasiug sales and popularity have been the result. The people have promptly ratified the offioiaï verdicts that deolared Dr. Price's, for leavening power, keeping qnalities, purity and general excellence the "foremost baking powder in all the world." Quite as qnickly as the great Emperor do they know the value of a victory that meaus world-wide suprernacy.