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 iiM  ' 1 /������  /  ettle Valley  Orchardist  in:FTEI.N-TH FEAR���������No, d V\  . GiiAND FORKS   B.C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18,  1910  Si.00 PER YEAR.  Electors -Are .Eager to Hear  the   Leader of the  Party  The political meeting held in   the  the  opera   house  on Monday evening "was   by   far the largest Liberal  gathering witnessed here   for  years.  The presence of the Liberal   leader,  H. 0. Brewster, and   his   able   lieu  tenant, M  A   Macdormld,   of   Vancouver, undoubtedly ace muted  for  the large outpouring of the electors,  among whom there was a   fair  pro-  1 portion   of   Indie.--.    .All the seats in  the hall   were  occupied,   and  some  of ..the   standing   room   was taken.  The   audience   was   in   particularly  good humor,  and' all   the   speakers  were liberally   applauded  whenever  they made a telling point.   Even the  appearance of the government member,,Hon. Ernest   Miller,   president  ofthe   council,    who    spoke    for  twenty minutes, was greeted with   a  round   of applause  from   his supporters, of whom there  appeared to  be   quite   a   number, in   the   hall.  NeiLMeCallum, president of the  local  Liberal    association,    presided  over  the   meeting, and    in     brief  speeches introduced the speakers.  J. E. Thompson, the Liberal candidate, condensed-his address to ten  minutes    He appreciated the words  of encouragement that had been ex  tended ..���������him   by   the electors of the  kind on the statute books. He  thanked the chairman for the extra  ten minules extended him. j  of. ,A. Macdonald, of   Vancouver, ���������  i was heartily cheered as  he. stepped'  to   the   front   of   the platform.     He  was glad to learn that Oirnnd Forks  was fortunate in not   havirg   a   machine, because in some  of   the" districts he had visited he hud   learned  that the road   superintendents   were  also the presidents of the  Conservative   associations.      He   contended  that  a   machine did  exist   in   the  province,   and    scored     what     he  termed the government's pernicious  patronage system     The   remainder  of nis   time   was   taken   up with a  criticism of the government's financial policy. .  Ii. C. Brewster, loader of  the   op  position,   said   that   if the Liberals  were given power the women  would  ire granted the   franchise, while   the  best the Bowser-, government   could  j school, 9':-15 a.m.; preaching services  at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., conducted  | by   Rev. J. D. ITobden.   A   cordial  i invitation to attend.  Was Formerly City Electrician of the City of  Grand Forks  Don't hang electric light cords on  nails. The" insulation soon wears  oft' and exposes the live wire. A  short circuit therefrom might start  a fire.  oiler    them    was to refer   the   ques-  lion to a   referendum ' vote    of   the  male   electors.      He   criticised    the  government's   land    policy    in    the  north.     He  asserted  that   the   best  lands were held by   speculators, and  that it was impossible for settlers to  locate in communities, and thus ob  tain    the   advantages   of  roads and  schools.    The speaker   was   glad to  learn that the patronage system did  not  prevail in Grand Forks.    Some  of the provisions of the agricultural  credits act were   roundly   criticised.  The   opposition    had   been   instru  mental in placing   more  good   laws  The   Vancouver   Province of  the  14th inst. says: "Mr. W. 10.   Know  ler   received   a   cable    this morning  announcing the death of Sergt. F. M.  Bird, who left   Vancouver with   the  29th battalion.    He was first wounded about ten months   ago, reeovered  and returned to the   front, where a  month   ago    he   was  wounded   the  seconded time.    He  has   now   died  of wounds.     He was   about   thirty  years of age and was a   member   of  the    Electrical    Construction    company   of   this,   city.  . lie was   well  known in the   business   community  and very popular."    Mr.   Bird   was  at one time city electrician of Grand  Forks, and he had a   large   number  of friends here.  The regular bi-weekly meeting of  the city council last Monday evening was adjourned until Friday, the  25th inst., on account of the political meeting in the opera house.  TTO REOPEN  Contracts' for Potatoes and  Vegetables Now Are  Being Made  Al Traunweiser, of the Yale, has  been spending the present week at  the Vancouver exhibition. During  his absence Hon. Ernes? Miller has  been opt-rating his auto.  The IS. C. Copper company's  smelter at Greenwood is receiving  great quantities of outside ore, and  a second furnace will be blown in  before long.  on the statute books, at ihe List  ses-   drive   through    the  Chris Tobiassen went up the  North Fork on Monday to raise the  motor truck which went over the  dump at the rock slide a couple of  weeks ago.  President Fairweather, of the S  &. B. C. railway, came in from Republic on a special train on Wednesday afternoon. He was accompanied by some of the members of  the   iriteislate   commerce   coratnis-  f   , ���������   ���������  sion,   whom   he   took - for  an auto    u ���������'* ^ '" ? V������������m   at   le08t  rh-lvo   ,hm.,������������������    ,���������_   ..������������������������������������     , .        three   times   e"cfi    h0������r>   Jay   and  The directors of the Grand Forks  Agricultural association have completed the preliminary arrangements  for the forthcoming annual fall fair.  The secret of good   ventilation   is  sion 'of the legislature than had  been placed there during the previous thirteen years. Mr. Brewster  devoted the greater portion of his  time to an explanation of the   Van  His  district, and was particularly pleased   couver P'W'S case^-   ti]S exP0SI  to  see :so   many  ladies present, be   tiun    of-   this   nefanous transaction  cause if the Liberal   party   is   voted   closely followed'along  rhe  lines  of  valley,  giving  them an opportunity to'.-witness the  extensive development of the fruit  growing industry here.  It is  reported,that   in future the  .  I Granby   will  ship  its   copper from  Anyox'.via Prince Rupert   eastward  over   the G.T.P.    Recently   twenty  night without creating a draught.  The Sunday schools of the city  are being re-established -now, after  the period of closure necessitated by  the recent measles epidemic.  P. McGonnell, of Ontario, representing the J. W. Graham Evaporating company, arrived in the city  from Vernon on Tuesday, and is  now making preparations for the  reopening of the vegetable evaporating plant here this fall.  Mr. McGonnell  states    that   the  .^evaporating   plant    in     the     cannery building will be   operated   this  winter on the same lines   a3   it  was  last year.    Since his arrival here he  has visited a number of   the   ranchers  of   the  valley,   and has already  secured some contracts   for  vegetables     Farmers who   have  potatoes,  carrots    or   other   vegetables   they  wish to dispose ol should not fail to  see him.  It is expected that Mr. Graham",  the manager of the company, will  visit the city in a few days.  to power they will be" given the  franchise He contended that there  is a Tory machine in the province  that requires ^smashing. His opponent was.,a personal from of his, and  he intended to carry on a clean  campaign.       .  Hon. Ernest Miller,   president   of  the council  in ' the  Bowser govern  ment,thanked the preceding speaker  for   the   kindly   reference   he    had  made to him.    Mr. iViller  contended   that   Premier Bowser's remarks  regarding the patronage system during his recent visit to the   city   had  been misinterpreted.    All   that   the  premier had intended to convey, he  ���������said, was that it would be quite natural   for   the   government to   listen  more attentively to the   requests  of  the district if presented by   a   member of the government   thun if they  were presented   by   a   member   in  opposition to it.    This,   the speaker  claimed, was the   system   which   is  today   practised   in   every    Liberal  province from   the   Atlantic to the  Pacific,   and   therefore  it could not  be   far   wrong.    He   denied   that a  Conservative machine existed in the  the conclusions arrived at by the  coast Liberal papers., The speaker  coQcluded his address by reviewing  the government's railway grants and  by explaining the object of his faun  ous writ. -  Dr. MacLean, of Greenwood, also  made a brief speech in support of  the local Liberal candidate, and  then the . meeting closed with the  sinking   by   the   audience  of   "God  -   structed on   Water  s.reet   from the  carloads of copper left Prince .Ru-  Great Northern station   to  Stanley  pert for New; Jersey.  In the past the Davis'residence  Granby   shipped   its    copper   east  from Seattle.  Sitve the King."  Cascade News  Mrs.    J.   F,   Wilkinson, of   Fife,  visited at the home of Mrs. G. Nutt  *  on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A.   Bertois   have  returned from a visit to Spokane.  Mrs. F. Hatfield and Mrs. Bloom  gren have returned to their home at  Fred rich, Wis.  Mrs. Ii. Hodgan aud family left  on Tuesday to join her husband at  Chase, B. C.  Mr. Robinson, of 1 levelstoke, is  here visiting his daughter, Mrs.  Loeseh.-  Pte. Philip L. Herr, of Arizona,  was reported killed in action in the  Vancouver News-Advertiser's casu  alty list of the 9th inst. Mr. Hen-  was well known- iu this city, where  he has a brother working in the  Granby Smelter. The Herr family  resided here for years.  Fruitgrower-'  assocition     will     be  W.  D. W'illson,   mayor  of Ross  _���������     ,,,.,  land and Liberal candidate   for that! ready to handle this year's crop.  constituency,   was   in    the   city on  Monday   to   attend     the    political  meeting   in   the   opera house.     Mr.  Willson was one of the  pioneers   of  Grand Forks.  Open Season  Synopsis of game law for Grand  Forks district, 19 LG:  Grouse (all kinds)���������Sept. 15 to  Nov. 30.    Bag limit, 12 in one day.  Ducks���������Sept. 1 to Jan. 31.  Geese���������Sept. 1 to March 81.  Black-tail Deer (mule deer)���������  Bucks only, over one year in age,  Sept. 1 to Dec. 15.  White-tail Deer (both sexes)���������  A cinder sidewalk   is being  con- Sept. 1 to Dec. 15    Deer must have  the head left on, as the person in  possession of deer must prove its  sex. The bag limit is not more than  three deer of one kind, or if both  black-tailed and white-tailed deer  are killed the limit is four altogether . ���������  Cariboo (male only)���������Sept.   1   to  Dec. 15.  Bear���������Open sea=on all year round  Fur bearing Animals���������Nov.   1   to  April 30, 19x7.  Close season on   prairie   chicken,  quail, ring-neck pheasants,   meadow  r  small   birds.  H. C. Brewster and M A. Macdonald left on Tuesday for Trail,  where they addressed-the electors in  the evening.  Misses Mabel and Gussie Brooking, of Vancouver, are visiting at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. J D.  Hobden.    I quail, ring-neck phea  The   Grand   Forks ^   Co-operative I lark(Ij doves-hnd ()the  ���������nircrrrm'pr-;'     ���������i���������iiniti'iin        ...ill        l... I  There are ten men working in the  niinfs at Beavcrdell.   Bob Perry has  John Wright's family have returned from their outing at the  head of Christina lake.  Mr.   and    Mr3   Gus   Parker have  been spending a few days at   Chris  Una lake this week.  Birds of Prey���������Crows and kingfishers, fish hawks, fish ducks, etc.,  are not protected.  No game may be sold except  bear.  MEltOKOLOGICAL  a three years' lease on the Bell, and,     Mf> &n(J Mrs   w   j   M,;���������g|,,r  is taking out silver ore that is worth ! Mll VIi���������,,,���������,, f-,,��������� ...?  jft  from S290 to $100 a ton. ne wj|i  ship thirty tons to Trail next  month,  | on Monday for a  month's   vacation  trip to Portland, Ore.  Early   in  Mrs. I. A. Spinks and Mrs. Tariel   and Jim Bruno reported   that   they  It.   G.    Harris, of   Grand  Forks,  the   week John Morell i was roPorted   wounded  in last Mon  iday's casualty list.  ms  to Chicago parties for ������75,000 cash.  A few days later they   said the deal; A^iy'   ^  not yet been made. j ������  district.    In.substantiation   of   this  ������J������d������   tl   trip   to   Grand    Forks on [ hadIsold their Franklin camp clai  contention,   he  said that   Conserva-  Monday.  tives, Liberals  and   Socialists   were    'Miss   Alvyn   Nutt  has   returned  working     on      the    public  roads,  from a visit with   friends   in   Cran-  and the government, in   purchasing  brook.  its supplies, used absolute   imparti-      Miss Pearl Stocker, of Wenatebee,  ality between Conservative and Lio- Wash , "is visiting her  uncle, G. K.   tisim, copy> orfler8 for job  Wnrk> or  eral business firms.    The balance of Sleeker. ' news items intended for   publication  his   time   was   taken  up in an ex- j     Tbe Liberaj   ra|iy  hero on   Mon -in   The Sun, may be left  at  A. D.  planation of the agricultural credits day afternoon wa8 lfirge|y attended. ] Morrison's jewelry store.  act and   the workmen's compensa-j  .     tion act.    The  latter  he  character- [     Abe Wright, of the smelter .force,       Services will bo held at the Metli-i     Miss Durst  ized as the  most   perfect   law of its  left yesterday for a trip to Halcyon,   odist church   on Sunday:   Sunday : at Deer Park.  There has   been no excitement in  political   circles   in    this  city since    j     The operr air is  the   greatest  dis  Until permanent arrangements are . ense preventing  and   disease-curing  made for a down-town office, adver-1 agency known.  i     The   following  is   the   minimum  'and maximum temperature for each  day   during   the   past    week, as re  corded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Mln.  Aug. 11���������Friday  -IG  12���������Saturday   .... 47  13���������Sunday  51  11���������Monday  5_  15���������Tuesday....... 50  1(1���������Wednesday .. 50  17���������Thursday.!...   IS  .lit  ainfall,  Mux.  67  ill  6'J  ill)  SI  i ^  GO  Inr.hr*  .. O.l.s  Born���������In Greenwood, on August  10, to Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Dewd-  ney, a sun.  Miss Durst is visiting her parents  The process of \<.breathing air  that has already been user), if lon_  continued, leads (o asphyxiation  and death. Much of the so-called  "delicacy," susceptibility of cold,  languor, headache and nervous depression are due to the same causr.*.  ���������Sir Morrell Mackenzie.  u__wfi_]ii_i_uiiM_Bk__atmin_iB-_^^  emmmmsiimmmitsmimiiiism . ffHE    SUN,   GRAND    FORKS, "1.  4 -Ii  n-rrrtftwn  it- in    ,.|, ���������ji������n|_1YWN  ..!  A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE FINEST QUALITY  10 CENTS PER PLUG  Ready for the Huns  Trawlers    Equipped   With    Rams    For  Submarines  The destructive power of the sub-  Man no is gradually being broken by  plans that "are (lie outcome'of experience and the careful study of the  naval engineers attached to the Navy.  Hitherto, it has been_.-conv'ton  knowledge that the majority, of trawlers employed irr the North Sea have  been provided with guns, and a form  of hand grenade for. emergencies at  close grips .with an enemy. The antisubmarine, net, too, has, it is believed, accounted for sixty to seventy  of the enemy's U-boats.  There,  arc'other.-devices for checkmating VonTirpitz's machine 'for.reducing the British Navy to scrap iron,  of which, the public is still in ignorance.- :  The latest device is a. sharp, penetrating, and powerful ram built on to  tlie trawlers on active service.   There  is  likely to  bo  a great development  in  the    work  of  this    new    trawler,  Young fishermen, the sons of trawler  men/are being trained on shore' and  in   bays  and rivers  to  navigate    the  revised' trawler,   and   when   Mr.   Balfour hinted  the other day that a.rearrangement  had  been .made  of  the  lighting strength of the British Navy,  which  would make  it hazardousjrfor  rhe German Squadrons to again raid  ihe East coast, it is understood ��������� that  lie had in his mind the new missile  that has been studiously kept in the  dark from the spies (hat are believed  to be in hiding In some parts of the  ���������eastern. shores"of England. Equipped  with greater horse power, and armed  with guns, these little craft will jerk  out to meet the biggest warship that  Germany    cares  to. send    out in  the  open..  Lloyd George's Life  The    Minister   of    Munitions   i*   Now  Located   in   new  Quarters  He doesn't say as much as formerly,  but there is no member of the Cabinet  who puts in so many hours' work as  Mr. Lloyd George. He. has removed  with his personal staff from Whitehall  Gardens to the offices of the. Ministry  of Munitions in Whitehall Place.  These offices include the premises  known as Armament Buildings, and  those formerly occupied by the Hotel  Metropole. Considerable alterations  have been made inside the hotel, and  luxury has given place to business  furniture. Mr. Lloyd George has  selected for his own use a singularly  modest room on the second floor. In  his room the Minislw of Munitions  still uses his novel inkstand, which  consists of a shell ease, in which holes  have been pierced so that pens may be  inserted.  Sow the Best Seed  Seed Selection Pays the Grain Grower  ..'���������;���������   Every Time  livery intelligent farmer in this  country has learned in the costly  school of experience that it pays "to  sow or plant only the best of. seed.  The cost of cultivating, seeding and  harvesting is practically the same  whether poor seed i>r good seed is  used, and Ihe difference between the,  cost of poor sccj and gc M seed is  comparatively small when compared  with the- investment, vruv'e in the  above operations. With a good seed  bed the returns from low grade seed  wheat of doubtful germinating qualities as compared with the returns  from the very choicest wheat will  often  be from ten to fifteen bushels  Canada's Record  How an American Paper Views Work  Accomplished by Canada in Enacting Prohibition Measures  Before it had received the news of  (ha splendid success of the prohibition  movement in the Province of Ontario,  the "New .Republic" which is the  official organ of the American Anti-  Saloon League, had an editorial entitled "Canada's virile response" in  which the -situation, this side of (he  boundary.line,-was referred to in the  following terms:  Ca'nada as an integral part of (he  British Empire, is in the'midst of a  struggle to the death for National existence.  The best, blood of the .Dominio'n is  i.r-   ������������������ ���������   -ii    ��������� c< being spattered Till  over  the hills of  per acre and ���������.frequently more. Seager   ���������-.,���������+������_'   ,,v-���������.:      a.,,^  f,\u���������,c     ���������������a  Vin _ i      ,        , j      ,        fi    j northern   J ranee.     J. lie  lathers    ana  Wheeler has done more to show the I m.ltL...   ,-,.i;,,n���������  The Meaning of Economy  The root fact is that there are not  enough, things to go round, for carrying on this war and at the same time  for living at home is if we were at  peace. One or other must be sacrificed, and if we are to win the war  it is the standard of living at home  that must yield. Economy does not  mean hoarding money: it means releasing capital, and with it labor, from  satisfying private and domestic needs,  in order tb apply them to the production of things and the maintenance of  services required by the war. All expenditure on unnecessary things diverts capital and labor from that supreme object. Surely there is no difficulty in understanding that.���������London  Times.  benefit of seed selection than prob  ably any other man in this country.  For. ever twenty years he has been  ���������selecting- the best from; his growing  crop every.year and from the progeny  of -Hits'- carefully selected seed he has  again selected the best, Avith the result  that on his test plots he has produced  as high as eighty bushels per acre of  Marquis wheat. It is not possible to  bring every farm np to the high pitch  of cultivation and make every farmer  a specialist in seed selection or to  bring the average yield of wheat, up  to eighty bushels per acre. But it  would seem reasonable to expect that  the average might be brought, far  above seventeen to nineteen bushels  per acre, which was the rule prior to  the extraordinary crop of 1915. It  should bo remembered that the. methods adopted by Seager Wheeler which  have enabled him to win the world's  championship with-his-Marquis wheat  on three different occasions, and which  enabled Paul Gerlach of Allan, Sask.,  to win the world's prize on one occasion, can be followed by any farmer  of ordinary intelligence. These men  have clone-no -wheat-breeding. They  have only taken the best they could  find and year by year selected the best  from the best. Many farmers feel  that-.they cannot afford the time to  put in u quarter acre of carefully  selected seed and maintain this quarter acre plot, year after year for the  production of hand selected seed. But  if they were to figure carefully the  benefits -which might reasonably be  derived from 100 to 200 acres of wheat  produced from this selected seed, they  would find that in dollars and cents  the investment .would be a good one.  Seed selection carried on in this manner for a matter of five years would  raise the quality as well as the quantity of wheat produced on every acre  of the farm and the increase in cash  returns would be a Jiuge dividend on  the time and money spent in preparing a half bushel of-seed from it each  year. The Canadian Seed Growers'  Association is doing excellent work in  this direction and merits much more  widespread support than it receives  in this country.  mothers gladly give up (heir sons;  girls give up their sweethearts, and  wives give up their husbands. .The  tax payers dig deep into their pockets  and all wonder what else they can do.  ..-; While patriotism is ablaze from Vancouver to Quebec what are the rum"  sellers doing? They arc intervening  to balk their country's efforts. Did  Canada snivel and cringe and stutter  and wriggle and crawl concerning  this?   Not much.  Alberta led off by Aviping out the  saloons of the entire province.  Then along came Saskatchewan with  an anti-bar law, closing every dram  shop in her boundaries.  Then the people of Manitoba enacted a state wide prohibition law with  a two to one majority.  Then the Legislature of Nova Scotia met and enacted a state wide law  for that province.  -���������Now British Columbia is planning  to oust the disloyal traffic from her  boundaries.  In.the hour of public trouble whether it be in a municipal riot or whether it be a world wide war, the first  step necessary to success "is to close  the dirty and disloyal dram shop.  Like the Typhus, the saloon is always an evil and a source of trouble,  but this evil is accentuated in the hour  of public distress.  Canada's response to this challenge  of alcohol is worthy a great, a magnificent people. ���������������������������������������������'  Our hats are off to the Canucks."  ���������From the Pioneer.���������H. Arnott, M.  B., M. C. P. S.  A physician, passing by a stonemason's shop, called uut:  "Good morning, Mr. Jones. Hard  at it, T see. I suppose you finish them  as far as '\u memory of,' then wait  to see who warrls a monument next?"  "Wi'll, yes," n-plied the old man,  "unless "I hear somebody's ill and  you're atl-'nding them, (lieu I keep  right on."  'I'o.gs (in London for the first fime)  Mi! polici-mau. I've just missed  my wifi-. If she .-hould come along  will yon a.-k her to wait here for me?  Policeman-- But how am I to know  her?  Foggs ��������� Ah. to be sure, hadn't  thought of that. Well, tell her not  to   wait  Granulated Eyelids,  Eyes inflamed by exposure to Sdd, Dust and Wind  quickly relieved by Murinfl  Lye Remedy. No Smarting  _       . i������*t  Kyc  Comfort.    At  Your Druggist's 50c per Bottle. Murine Eyo  BalveinTubes2Sc. ForBookoflhcEyeFreeask  Druggists oi Marine Eye Semedy Co.. Chicago  A Tip From Sister  Jack���������I'm in a quandary, sis. I want  to propose to Mabel, but I'm not sure  she'd accept me. Mis sister (who  know.'-)���������Jack, you're like tin: letter  "b"~in doubt when there's no need  t������f it.���������Boston Transcript.  W.      N.      U.      1112  Forest   Protection  The State of Maine makes an annual  appropriation of $71,400 for forestry-  work. Of this, $69,400 is expended on  fire, protection, $1,000 on nurseries  and reforestation work, and the balance on investigations and publications.  In Massachusetts, the annual forestry appropriation is $83,000, of  which .f'W.OOO is for fire protection,  $10,000 for nurseries and reforestation  work, and $20,00 for the purchase and  maintenance of state forests. The  remainder, $20,000. is expended for  administration, publications and investigation.  How   Indeed!  The fussy woman was picking over  the undressed kid gloves while the  weary clerk answered queries.  "Will these gloves wash," asked the  woman.  "They will wash in a solution," replied the clerk.  "Are they guaranteed not to shrink,"  she asked.  "Tlow can you guarantee undressed  'kids'   not   to  shrink   from   wa.-   demanded the clerk.  inn'.  Fan for Travellers  An electric fin tfiaf can ho placed  in a su'rt ease and which will furnish  enough breeze for one person when  connected with a light socket, lias  been   invented  for  travellers.  Freezing Excludes Impurities  Ivxperiinents have shown that in  freezing ice excludes eighty per cent,  of impurities from water, and that  storage of ice further reduces the bacteria if contains.  "Is  block?'  shaver  hat  hoy  ft   chip     off    (lie    old  Why. ������o.    He's only a little  "���������Ha hi more American.  An Incorrigible Outlaw  Famous Western  Bucking  Horse  Will  be One of the Attractions at the  Moose Jaw Stampede  "Maple Creek," considered by western cattlemen to bo the best crooked-  bucking horse in the world, and the  animal that gave Emery LaGrande,  the world's champion bucking-horse  rider, the hardest ride of his career  at the Gleichen, Alta., Stampede last  year, has been secured to test the skill  of the cowboys who will ride at the  big Moose Jaw Stampede, July 11th  to 14th.  "Maple Creek" is a three 3-ear old,  and is owned by A. P. Day, of Medicine Hat. Originally he was the pet  saddle horse of an Alberta rancher's  daughter. One winter she left him in  the stable on an oat diet, and the first  time she. mounted him for a spring  r.'de he bucked her over the f erics into  the ditch. The rancher couldn't understand this, as he was always a  gentle horse, and he mounted "Maple  Creek," and was likewise precipitated  over the fence. 'Three of the young  wornarr's cowboy admirers then sought  to conquer the beast, and were themselves conquered, so that he was given  up as an incorrigible outlaw, no longer  fit for riding. It was then that Day  learned of him and purchased him for  the Gleichen Stampede and his reputation has been growing rapidly ever  since.  ' This famous horse, and a dozen of  others of great reputation as buckers,  will be seerr at the Stampede, and:  there arc many who are wagering that  more than one cowboy will wish  "Maple. Creek" and his kind had never  been heard of before the four days of  the Stampede have elapsed.  Disclaim Connection with Chain-Letter  The Canadian Branch of the Queen  Mary's Needlework Guild wish to disclaim any connection with a chain-  letter which is being circulated in  the name of the Guild by the New  York Branch. Though responsibility  in no way touches the Canadian  Branch, the ladies here regret that  such a method of obtaining money for  the Queen's Guild lias been resorted  to, and that it has got into this country, as the chain-letter system has  long since been condemned and fallen  into  disfavor.  Many   of  Them   Do  voir sav he lived in New York  The German Seventeen-inch Naval Gun Theory   ������������������Has at Last Been Exploded���������������������������   As to .the big 17-inch naval gun  theory, that was soon exploded., The  French had found the position of (he  gun that was firing info Dunkirk and  photographed it. It was found to be  not .1 naval gun at all, neither was it  of 17-inch calibre. It was qnly a German 15-inch siege howitzer embedded  in concrete and rigidly set at its max-  about double the weight of- the 15-  inch, gun. So,at tlie most four 17-  inch guns could only' be mounted on  a ship like the Queen Elizabeth, ear-.  ry.ing 17-inch guns. But owing to the  curvature of the earth, the maximum-  range at sea is about 10 miles. Now,  these 15-inch guns fire extremely effectively at such a range, and there  is not anything on the sea that could  irmini elevation so that it 'could riot  float  any  length  of  time  once these  be actually aimed, but merely fired  haphazard ��������� in the ..general direction  of Dunkirk, lis purpose was merely  frightfulness. People in French towns  soon got used.', to these big shells, \  their effect soon wears off, and they  do not cause so much damage after  alL as one would be led to suppose.  Thus the theory of Mr. Douglas rebounded on his own head.  Common sense, aiso, would have  told such experts that even _ if the  Germans had ships armed with 'the  17-incli naval guns, such monster  pieces would only be handicaps. As  guns vary according to the cube of  their calibre, it can readily be figured  out that a 17-inch gun  would  weigh  15-inch guns got the drop on it. The  London Truth says that when the  Queen Elizabeth was given her trials  at target shooting the marks-were 1%  miles away, and she perforated every  mark at the first broadside.  But with four 17-inch guns firing  against eight 15-inch guns you would!  have, giving the same rate of fire, the  Queen Elizabeth actually firing two  shots to. the other's one, and she  would put the other out of action before it- could do much if any damage  /to her, for she would have superiority  of fire right from the start, and  smother the opposing warship under a<  hail of shells.���������From the ��������� Toronto  World.  The Merchants Bank of Canada  Statement of Liabilities and Assets at 29th April, 1916.  LIABILITIES.  1. To the Shareholder*:  Capitol Stock paid in.....'. $ 7JQOQ,0OQM  Rest or Reserve Fund,.-.     7,000,000.00  Dividends declared and unpaid         375,542.SO  Balance of Profits as per Profit and Loss Account submitted ^  herewith  .'....-         250,984.12  $14,426,526.62  2. TothePuSlic:  Notes of the Bank in Circulation $ 7,486,906.00  Deposits not bearing intere������t.  :..   17,181,959.18  Deposits bearing interest (including interest  accrued to  date of statement)  54,995,069.97  Balances due to other Banks in Canada        363,799.39  Balances due to Banks and Banking Correspondents in the  United Kingdom and foreign countries         877,399.91  Bills payable   Acceptances under letters of credit.      1,029,702.00  Liabilkiss nol 'included in the foregoing        $96,361,363.07  ASSETS. ' ____=_*____=_  Current Coin held.....'  $ 3.681,854.13  Deposit in the Central Gold Reserve  1,080,000.08  Dominion Notes held ....  8,1������6,240.25  Notes of other Banks .-.  702,006.00  Cheques on other Banks  2,754,968.88  Balances due by other Banks in Canada  2,836.92  Balances due by Banks and Banking Correspondents in the  United Kingdom  -.-.  207,226.65  Bnlnnces due by Banks and Banking Correspondents elsewhere than in Canada and the United Kingdom.    (In  U.S., $3,839.597.24)  3,892,026.83  Dominion and Provincial Government securities not e_������  e'ecding market value  2,480,446.72  Canadian Municipal Securities, and British, Foreign and  Colonial public securities other than Canadian  5,251,321.38   ,  Railway and other Bonds, Debentures and Stocks, not ex- ������������������'  ��������� ������������������ ceeding market value ."  5,055,106.27  ,  Call Loans in Canada on Bonds, Debentures and Stocks .. 5,175,048.49 s  Col! Loans elsewhere than in Canada       2.651,404.32  .    <<  $40,960,486.84 |  Other Current Loanfr'and Discounts in Canada (less rebate :                           vy  of interest) .. 48,835,565.38   ,  Other Current  Loans and  Discounts elsewhere  than  in  Canada (less rebate of interest)  . 203,125.72   4  Liabilities  of customers   under  letters   of  credit as per /  contra  1,029,702.00 $  Real Estate other than bank premises  177,186.29 if.  Overdue debts (estimated loss provided for)  164,363.18 ^  Bank Premises, at not more than cost, less amounts written *������  off  4,507,782.34 ,}  Deposit with the Minister for the purposes of the Circuln- %  lion-Pund  345,000.00 .{  Other Assets not included in the foregoing  138,151.32 ������������������������  $96,361,363.07 f  K. W. BLACK WELL, E. F. HEBDEN, *  YitfFftsidmt. Gtntral Mauatir.  Report of ihe Auditors to the Shareholders of the Merchants Bank oi Canada.  In accordance with tlie. provisions o( Subjections 19 and 20 of Section SG of Ihe Bank  Act, we report to the Shareholders as follows:���������  We have examined ihe above Balance Sheet with the Books of Account and otbar  records of the li������nk at the Chief Office and with the signed returns front the Bmoches    x  We have checked the cash and verified the securities ol the Hank al the Chief Office "j"  against the entries in regard thereto In the books of the Bank as on April 29th, 1916. it  and at a different time durinj! the year, and found ibero to n<rce with such entries.    We jl  have also aflended at some of the Branches during the year snd chocked Ihe cash and .?.'  verified the securities hold ut the dales of our nltcndance and found them to a_rce with T  Ihe entries in the books of the Biink with repaid thereto. _ \U  We have obtained all the information and explanations we have required.    In our ,������  opinion the transactions ol the Bank which have come under our notice have keen with- ������������������'  In the powers of the Bank, ������od the ubove Balance Sheet isproperly drown up so as to ^  exhibit a true and correct view of the stale ol the Bank's affairs according to the beat ������t .������'  our information and the explanations iiven lo us and as shown by the book* oil he Bastk. fa.  VIVIAN HARCOURT, ol Dcloiltc, Vender,Griffiths A Co. I',.������_������__    '  J. REID MYDK, of Macintosh & Hyde ^ ������.������������w������  Montreal, 23rd May, 1916.  "Dk  dny in rind day out?"  "Xo, dny in and night out.'  ~.7tul  LTO  "Experience! is u crood asset.." "I'd  much prefer the brink roll I exchanged  for iiiine."���������Ko.ston  Transcript.  "What mtikes- Carol so dislikedP"  "She got the most votes for being  popular."���������Chieago News. 0/  THE    SUN,    GRAND    FORKS,    B. C.  v -  V.,  your :Bowels  '   Cat out cathartics and purgatives.   They u*  _ru_J���������harsh-unnecessary. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  EPurely Y������_etable. Act  [jently on the liver,  ���������eliminate biler/nnd  isoothetbcdeli- .  (catena embraao  of the bowel,���������  rCareCao-  utipe'rm,  ffV&'otu-  nett,  'Sick Headache and Indication, at millions knoa.  Small Pill,-Small Dose, Small Price,  .   Genuine must bear Signature.  Z&  Shoe Dressing  Especially adapted  for I.ndies'aud Child-  reu's Shoes,'produce*  the blackest aud most  brilliant shine of any  sclf-shiiiinr dressing  made. Contains no-  thinsr injurious and  is the tlie only dressing of its kind that  contains oil to soften  and preserve the  leather.  Makes Old Shoes look  UkeNeai. Used largely  In Shoe Factories foi  'finishing new   work.  AT ALL DEALERS  Enviable Position  Of Merchants' Bank  Lt7qea,fl_?hQS_&efiia?.  | The Great English Uemcdy.  Tones and invigorates tho wholo  3 norvou? system, mates new Blood  in old Veins, Cures Nervous  S)ebilUj/r Mental and BrainWomi, Despoil  dency, -Loss of Knerov, Palpitation of ihe  Meart, Failing Memory. .Price SI per box, six  (for $5.. Oao will please, eix will euro. Sold by all  liruejista or mailed in 'plain'pkg.-on receipt of  [price. NtioptimplitctmeiiUd free. THE WOOD  I&IEDIC5NE CO., T030NT0, ONT. (Fo.'-srly WJsdsorJ  IJHB WEW FUENOH REMEDV. (Vol. N>2. ������.S.  THE RAPIO W--S&K_  (jrsat jucccsi, cures chronic weakness, lost vigor  Ik viu.KiDNsr. bladder, diseases, blood  poison.  HLKS KITHE* No. DRUGGISTS or MAIL St. POST 4 CT3  .TOOGCHA CO. 90. BEEKMAN ST. HEW YORK or IYMAN BROS  lro������ONTO WRITE FOR FREE OOOKTODR. LE CLERC  IM2D COiHAVKRSTOCKUD.HAMPSTEAD, LONDON. ENQ.  ������������������r������VNIWDRAGEEtTASTELESS)VOSMOF   E\SY TO  TAKS  TH'ERAPION sails'  fist THAT-TRADE MARKED WORD 'TIIERAPION' IS ON  IU1T. GOVT-STAMf AFFIXED TO ALL GENUINE PACKET*.  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Something better than linen and bigr laundry  Mis.    Wash   it  with  soap   and  water.     All  (rtores. or direct.    State style and size.    For  '���������fie we-will'mail you. ���������'���������  THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OF  CANADA, Limited  53 Eraser Aveiiuo, Toronto, Ontario  The Island of Nauru  Just south of the equator and some  iwo hundred miles from its nearest  neighbor (Ocean Island) is the Island-  of Nauru, so small that it doesu't appear at all in many, atlases, but so  '.rich in its" phosphate, beds and cocoa-  nut palm3 that in 1913 it exported  .ibout $2,000,000 worth of phosphate  and copra.  Annual  Report Shows That This Bank  is Constantly Being Placed on a  Stronger  Financial   Basis  The Merchants Cank report foi  twelve months ending April 29, 191G,  shows a very material; strengthening  of its' position. While improving its  already very considerable percentage  of /quick ass-els, the Bank naturally  had to suffer a decrease of profits.  These however have been belter than  might have been supposed atrd, 'were  sufficient to pay the regular dividends  even after' liberal contributions to  Patriotic and Red Gross Funds, and  the payment of almost Sixty Eight  thousand Dollars as War Tax on Circulation.'  'Including the balance brought forward- from last year of two hundred  and forty-five thousand dollars, the  Net Profits after full provision for all  charges,, etc., amounted " to almost  twelve hundred thousand dollars.  While the Shareholders will feel  specially gratified at this, the public  at large will rejoice especially at the  very large percentage of the, quick  assets, which amount to ���������$40,960i4S6,  being in excess of 50 per cent of the  Bank's total liabilities to the public.  Of this amount no less than sixteen  millions are in coin, Dominion notes  and other cash equivalents. .,  : As an indication of improved conditions, one notes an expansion of about  one million' and a half in Loans and  discounts���������in Canada, and a similar  amount in Call Loans/while notes  in circulation have;increased by about  twelve hundred thousand dollars. Deposits are at high- water mark standing at 72 millions, almost 10 millions  more than in 1915.      -     ,  It is of interest to note that the  ���������fifty million mark in deposits was  passed by this Bank only in 1910���������  so that in the six years an improvement'in this head of almost 50 ��������� per  cent. is.noted.  The report is another proof that  War conditions' are not 'without their  compensations as now that the first  shock is over conditions are notably  belter than previous to.Aug. 4th, 1914.  $1,000_REWARD  FOR A CASE OF  INCURABLE CONSTIPATION  To any person who cannot be cured  of Constipation by Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, the above reward will be paid.  No ���������.medicine gives such lasting satisfaction or effects such marvellous  cures as"-DiTliarniltori's" Pills. Relief  instantly follows their use. That  blinding headache goes forever, that  feverish feeling in the skin is soothed  away, bilious fits and stomach disorders are stopped.  Don't be nervous about using Dr.  Hamilton's Pills; they are mild  enough for a child to use, yet certain  and effective in action in the most  chronic cases. Gfet a 25c. box 'today;  thev bring and keep robust good  health. ���������<���������������������������.-������������������  Fans are carried by men and women  oi every rank in China, It is a compliment.;-to invite a friend or distinguished guest to write some sentiment  on the host's fan as a memento of any  apecial-occasiou.  A Sensible  o  When the drug, caffeine���������the  active principle in tea and coffee  ���������shows in headache, nervousness, insomnia, biliousness,  jumpy heart, and so on, the  sensible thing to do is to quit  both tea and coffee.  It's easy, having at hand the  delicious pure food-drirrk  It is made from wheat roasted  with a bit of wholesome molasses  and is free from any harmful  nubstance.  - Thousands who prefer to protect their health, use Postum  with comfort and delight.  Made in the cup���������instantly���������  with hot water. Convenient,  nourishing,  satisfying.  Value of Fresh Air  One of the chief essentials to good  health is a constant supply of pure  and wholesome air. This is as necessary in the home, as in the office or  factory. . The open window, the outside sleeping balcony and living in the  open air, all tend to strengthen the  constitution and build up the nervous  system. For this reason too much attention cannot be paid to the ventilation of. buildings. A supply of pure,  fresh air pays, from a monetary standpoint. Roughly speaking, an increase  in production of ten per cent is not  unusual in the average office, shop  or warehouse, following the installation of a ventilating system. Fresh  air, therefore, properly circulated, is  an essential factor even in successful  factory management.  Relief from Asthma. Who can describe tho complete relief from suffering which follows the use of Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy? -Who can  express the feeling of joy that comes  when its soft and gentle influence relieves the tightened, choking air tubes!  Tt has made asthmatic affliction a  thing of the past for thousands. It  never fails. Good druggists everywhere  have sold it for years.  Portugal's Wealth  Three-fifths of the people of Portugal are engaged in agriculture. The  chief exports arc wine���������of which the  British isles import about ,? 5 ,'000,000  worth and France a .similar quantity  ���������cork, cattle, sardines, fruit and copper. Portugal's resources, which are  very rich, remain rnrworked because  of the searchv of coal.  ii  h a Reason"  for  OSTUi  Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Md���������  Windsor, Out./  Keep    Minard's    Liniment    in    the  house.  W.      N.      U.      1112  Bullets in the Brain  I have seen two soldiers, with  shrapnel bullets in their brains, sitting up in bed talking and laughing  with their friends. Is there no limit-  to the marvels of modern surgery?"  writes an orderly in orro of the London  hospitals*.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  "Don't you think a girl should marry  an economical man?" asked Madge.  "Oh. 1 suppose so," answered Dolly,  "but I tell you it's awful being engaged to one."  "They have money, haven't  they?"  "I don't know; haven't seen them  for about a year."���������Judge.  Sugar-Dressing   for   Hun   Wounds  Sugar-dressing for the wounds of  German soldiers is the-latest provision  of the science department in the service of the army. The trouble will  soon be, however, according to a  humorous-local'journalist in Saxony,  that there will be nothing left sweet  enough for the needs of the ordinary  civilian. Sugar has been commandeered by the Wrar Providers. There  are two conditions applied to tire use  of sugar in this connection.: One is  that the sugar.is not disenfectant, and  the other is that it is of no use until  the bleeding ceases. Then, asks the  same wag,; what is the use of it?  I was cured of Bronchitis and  Asthma    by MINARD'S    LINIMENT  . ���������   .    MRS.  A.  LIVINGSTONE  Lot 5, P. E. I.     -  I was cured of a severe attack of  Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINIMENT. .  Mahone Bay,        JOHN MADER.  I was cured of a severely sprained  leg by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  ...     JOSHUA A.  WYNACHT.  Bridgewater.  A  Bedouin  Wonder  Bedouin Guide, in the service of  the British Army, is reported as knowing every track from Cairo to Turkey.  Pie is over sixty years of age. He  also possesses magic power over camels, when their riders fail to keep them  going, the Bedouin, it is said, touches  them with a wand dipped in water,  and instantly they'leap to their feet  and sail away.  First Aid Y/ork  Simple and Sure.���������Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil is so simple in application  that a child can understand the instructions. Used as a liniment the  only direction is to. rub, and when  used asa .dressing to apply. The directions are so plain and unmistakable  that they are readily understood by  voung or old.  The'Bust  The bust has been favorably known  from .time immemorial. It is common  to pedestals, autos and some fiuancial  experts. It can be obtained at any  saloon. Every country during a panic  either has one or comes near it.���������Life.  Valuable   Work   Being Carried   on   by  the C. P. R. Centre  "A most successful year, notwithstanding the general depression." This  is the pleasirrg statement contained irr  the sixth annual report of the Canadian Pacific Railway Centre of the  St. John Ambulance Association. Fertile twelve'months, ending September  o0, .1015, no less than J,8IG passed  qualifying examinations out of a-total  of .2,5l>4 wiio presented themselves-for  instruction at the classes  ��������� In all the departments of the O. P.  Ti. Centre of the Association which  spreads over the country, a greater  zeal- than over was manifested for  work, and the support of the superintending officials of the C. P. R. is in  no srrrall way responsible for a good  deal of the advancement made. Wives  and daughters of C. P. R. employees  have taken advantage of the free  course of training offered, and now  no less than 825.ladies have taken.out  the certificate of qualification from  the Association.  Under the auspices of the C. P. R.  Centre instruction was given to the  Borden Battery and Ammunition Column before leaving Montreal for the  front. Afterwards the certificates of  merit were presented to the officers  and men by Plis-Royal Highness the  Duke of Qonnaught.  An important feature of the work of  the C. P.- R. Centre was the bringing  of a large number of lady clerks of  the C. P. R. in touch with the Red  Cross Society, an organization to  which they proved a valuable asset.  Three men were saved from drowning at Winnipeg by W.-T. Davies, C.  P. R. ambulance instructor, and William Nevvcombe, C. P. R. constable.  Sir Donald Cameron presented the  medal of the Royal Canadian Humane  Society to each in recognition of their  bravery.  Particulars were cbtainable of 3,780  cases where first aid had been administered by members of the C. P. R.  Centre. The cases were thus divided:  Atlantic Centre, 9; Eastern Division,  130; Ontario Division, JoG; western  lines, 3,440.  Concluding the report the C. P. R.  Centre pays a glowing tribute to the  late Lieutenant-Colonel Lacy R. Johnson, who had been chairman of the  Centre under review and also of the  whole Association..During his time as  chairman nearly 7,000 employees of  the C. P. R. passed the qualifying examinations, and in this way made  themselves better citizens of the Dominion.  Everybody   now   admits  III   Zam-Buk  best  for these.  Let. it*  give  YOU ease  and coiafort. ..  LITTLE  THINGS COUNT1  Even in a match you should  consider the "Little - Things,"  the wood���������the composition���������  the   strikeability���������the   flamo.  The most obstinate corns and warts  fail to resist Holloway's Corn Cure.  Try it.  At least 75 per cent, of the catching  ing power of the East Coast fishing  flet are engaged mine-sweeping and  patrolling the coast.  "I understand," said Mrs. Twicken-  bury, "that Germany has invented a  new and powerful expletive."���������Christian Register.  are made of strong dry pine  stems/with a secret perfected  composition that guarantees  "Every Match A Light"- 65  years of knowing how���������that's  the reason I  All Eddy products  are dependable products���������Always.  A ������tr������l������hM������r>Mir<l tr������s������r������ot  offer ifrora an _t&btt_t������d  firm. Wo are gij'aag *~&r {:  VtaUluM to thousand! ol  peopla ������3 ctot tb-l  world ������l a hura  Kdysctlucunt. No*  Is your ch&neo t������  obtain one. WrH������  now, cseloeUix Si  cents tor oca ct oar  f__io_tbto _ n i I������ ��������� *  Xjoaa * Qaardd, or  Gon.'j' Alborti, cunt  tftfrtua paid to wear  ���������with tho waUh, which  will bt jItmi J'reo  (thou -rratshos oxo  cuarutecd Ore teua).  ���������hould jon tiko ad- ���������  TM!t������8 ol one mare*!.  .���������_. v~v.. TT������ enioet reo to t������rr ronr trlentU  _Mut M and "Sow them tbo beautiful watci.  Don't think this oflor too rood to bo troo. but Mod  30 cants todnr and sain a Frw Watch. Ton  will bo araar;ed.--Wir._IAM3 fe L">"> Wholcsjk,  JoraUara (Do������t. IU). W, CoratfalUs Eoad. I_ndon. Bo,  Eacliad.        - -_������  f loco '������So.  s-w:  tssz.  re  Unfinished Work  What a sickening sense of failure  the Germans will feel if they maku  peace and leave a million babies urr-  strafed and un-Zeppelined in England.���������New York Sun.  In these trying complaints Df. Cassell's Tablets  are of proved value. They restore perfect efficiency  to the kidneys by nourishing the nerves which  control kidney action, and thus enable the system  to get rid of uric acid and other impurities which arc Ihe cause  of Urinary Troubles, Dropsy, and Rheumatism.  Dr. Clias. Forshaw, D.Sc, F.C.S., etc., tlie well-known  scientist, says : " I have thoroughly tested Dr. Cassell's Tablets,  and can conscientiously recommend them as an eminently safe  and effective remedy for all forms of nerve and bodily weakness. My knowledge of Dr. Cassell's Tabids leads me to the  opinion that the ingredients form a remarkably potent medicine,  quite safe for young and old in cases of nervous prostration,  debility, ainxmia, loss of flesh, malnutrition, children's weakness, spinal and nerve paralysis, and many forms of stomach  and kidney troubles."  Dr. Cassell's Tablets raise the vital standard of the entire  system, and thus promote kidney health and general health  when other means fail.  Dr. Cassell's Tablets arc Nutritive, Restorative, Alterative,  and Anti-Spasmodic, and of great Therapeutic value in all  derangements of the Nerve and Functional Systems in old or  young. They arc the recognised home remedy for Nervous  Breakdown, Nerve and Spinal Paralysis, Infantile Paralysis,  Rickets, St. Vitus' Dance, Anaemia, Sleeplessness, Kidney  Disease, Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Fag, Headache,  Palpitation, Wasting Diseases, Vital Exhaustion, Loss of  Flesh, and Premature Decay. Specially valuable for  Nursing Mothers and during the Critical Periods of Life.  Druggists and Dealers throughout Canada sell Dr. G'tssell's  Tablets. If not procurable in your city tend to the sole agents,  Harold F. Kitchio Sc Co., Ltd., 10, McCaul street, Toronto;  one tube 50 cents, six tubes for the price of five.  Bole rroprMcrs ;���������Dr, C*;������eU't Co., Ltd., Mai.ehe.skr, Biuj.  6ETAFRE|_SMPLE  Send your name and adiirest  and :, ctnts for poitagt, etc., to  Harold V. Ritchie & Co., Ltd.,  l0tMcCaul Street, Toronto, and  a gtnerous sample will be mailed  yon free of charge.  ���������mauiiuiLBmaH  .mm i |i j    ��������� ��������� ais������i.'MW���������������i���������i���������__lia������ THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  aults  Does your watch run  correctly? If yuu experience any drtlicul-  ty with it, leave it  with us. Wo will  give it an expert examination. Lf it needs  repairs we can supply them at a modern  ate cent.    If   it   dues  not, we will frankly tell you so.     A watch repaired  by us  will run cor-  ectly.  Ai D, M0HR1S0N _randfro'r������kst,ibi.acn.  <3Jb? (gnutft Harks #tm.  G. A. EVANS, EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  AN INDEPENDENT .'NEWS PAPER..  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain) ...SI 00  One Year (in the United States) ........ ...............   1:50  Address all communications to  Tub Ghand Forks Sun,  Granu Foincs, B. C.  OFFICE: '. COLUMBIA. AVENUE AND LAKE STREET.  that  the  present sources of supply of copper:  would last not longer' than a generation. They  estimate that the  mines  of this country still  contain   10,000,000   tons,   and   that   foreign  mines have about as much more.    Even at the  present  rate  of consumption,   therefore, the  supply  now  in  sight would  last only about  twenty years, and the rate of consumption, in- p  stead of being stationary, is constantly rising.'  Twenty-live years  ago  the   world   produced j  20.5,400   tons, last  year 1,000,000 tons.    The  price here in America has  alrcad  risen  from  thirtee-n-to twenty-seven cents a pounds. Evidently the world must either find new deposits  or discover a substitute metal.���������Youth's Companion.  The ocean   of life is  filled  with breakers.  That is the reason so many; men are broke.  ..as  ]������.   FRIDAY,..AUGUST  18, 1916  The matter of the increased circulation in the  interior of the coast dailies since the opening  of the campaign can not be made an issue in  this election. Both the Liberal and Conservative dailies of Vancouver have greatly aug-  men ed the number of copies sent'to this and  adjoining districts. For either side to bring up  this question is tantamount to throwing  stones from glass houses. '���������'.*  A cynic is a  man   who says smart things  that he doesn't really believe.     .     .  If everybody got their deserts, all. our enemies would be in prison. .   ���������    ; ; 7  It always pays to tell the  truth,   but some  ways of telling it pays better than others.  Chivalry meant wearing a tin shirt and  trousers and undressing with a milk-tin  opener.  There will probably be a great number of  disappointed office seekers after the; election,  no matter which party wins. The returned  soldiers are[:entitled to all the government positions they are capable of filling, and when  appointments are made they should be given  the first preference.  There are adherents of both political parties  in the civil service, and if they wish to retain  their positions after the election they should  refrain from taking an active part in the campaign.  THt FUTURE OF COPPER  Next to iron, the most valuable industrial  metal is copper, of which the world now uses  about a million tons a year, more than half of  which comes from the mines in the United  States. Since the beginning of the war the  wastage of all common metals has been tremendous. The belligerents have been hurling iron, steel, lead and copper at each other  in quantities so vast that future archaeologists  may map the course of the struggle from the  scrap heaps.  (Jeimany especially is in urgent need of  copper. Long ago the government melted  down its copper and its nickel coins and substituted iron currency. In spite of this, the  price of copper and of bronze soon ro.se from  about fifteen cents a pound to eighty cents. In  Germany the scarcity of copper is owing not  ���������only to its use in many kinds of munitions but  also to the fact that the output of the mines  of the country���������about 55,">00,000 pounds a  year���������is always much less than the needs of  the nation require,  At present two-thirds of the world's production of copper is absorbed by the electrical  industry. Telephone and telegraph systems  have taken 000,000 tons, submarine cables  about 10,000 tons, and electric raihuay, lighting and power stations in this country alone  have used about 50,000 tons. Copper enters  extensively into the manufacture of machinery,  automobiles, builders' hardware and nickel-  plated goods; for brass or bronze, of which it  is the chief constituent, has a thousand uses  and forms a part of articles as diverse as shoe  eyelets and the roof of houses.  Even before the war  economists  predicted  If your heart is really in the business, you  can fracture most of the ten commandments  before breakfast.  The Sun, at $1.00 per year, gives its readers  three times more reading matter than any  other Boundary paper. This fact accounts  for the rapid increase in our circulation.  Besides being read by all the intelligent people of Grand Forks, The Sun goes to every  ranch home in the Kettle and North Fork  valleys. .'No other Boundary paper can give  advertisers this guarantee.  In the Grand Forts Valley  18 acres in alfalfa; 2-acre  orchard; good house and  barn and other buildings.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.:  Kresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,  Highest market price paid for live  stock.  PI LONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  In your favor is good printing,  it starts things off in your favor.  Peop.e read^ your arguments,  reasons, conclusions, when attractively presented. It carries  weight, Enterprising men use  GOOD PRINTING becauseit.GETS  BUSINESS, If you don't already,  know our kind of printing, let us  show you. It's"a 'certainty that  we can save you money, too,  m  It is reported that a rleal is pend  ing  for the  bonding  of- the Path  (inrler   mine,    a  few  miles   up the  North Fork from this city.  I will pay a reward of S10 for the  recovery of my bicycle���������Myslop  Bros.' make, No. liS2,0(jn���������stolen  from in front of my place of business a few days ago.���������Emil Larsen,  Hotel Province.  SOUR, AOID STOMACHS.  GASES Oil INDIGESTION  Each "Pape's Diapepcin" digests 3000  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.  [.'or further information  call at  Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion,  heartburn, sourness or belching of  gas, acirl, or eructations of undigested  food, no dizziness, bloating, foul  breath or headache.  Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its  spned in regulating upset stomachs.  It is the surest, quickest stomach remedy in the whole world and besides it  is harmless. Put an end to stomach  trouble forever by getting a large  f.ity-cetit case of Pape's Diapepsin  fronr any drug store. You realize in  flvo minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dv/nepaln or any  stomach disorder. It's tho quickest,  surest aud most harmless stomach  doctor in tho world.  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Rigs  and Good  Horses at All Hours  at  the  odel Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68  Second Street  Pays for The  HH__ir*&SP Sun for an  entire year. It is the brightest  paper in the Boundary cou itry  John Wanamaker says in Judicious  Advertising "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls. It begins very gently  at first, but the pu'.l is steady, lb increases dny by day and year by year,  until it exerts an irresistible   po^ci'.".  MBR1_HK__Q_R3SMnl-nfH THE   SUN,   GRAND    FORKS,    h. C.  Summary of Candidates  In the Provincial Elections  CONSTITUKNCV. LlUBItAL. CONSKKVATIV LsDKPKDKNT  Alberni H. C. Brewster." J. G   G.  Wood...... John D. Kendall  Atlin.. Frank Mobley    W. X. McDonald.. Geo.  Casey.      f    ������������������  Cariboo ' J. Yorston J   A. Frascr   Cliilliwack    15  D   Barrow W. L. Macken.   Oowiolian  Ken. C ��������� Duncan Capt. llayward   Columbia  .John  BucUain  Dr. Taylor   'Comos'  J-Iugh Stewart M    Manson  A. Prit.churd (S).  Oninbrook :Dr\l    I:I   Kitrg....T.  D   Cavcrr     Delta A   D   Paterson Lieut F J.Mackenzie '..  Df!������dney    John Oliver  VV. J. Manson :   B-quirrrak A.   W.   McCurdy    R   H   Pooley   Kort George Hon    W. R   Ross....Iolin  Mclnncs (8).  '/'..���������-"   ���������'"������������������ ........    .........V..............    .......A.  Gillett.  Fornic  A."l  "fisher T. Uphill  J.A McDonald (S)  Greenwo.id    Mr J.  D   Mc-Le:ui...J. Ii  Jrickson   Grand Forks  J    Ii. Thompson.   ..Hon.  Ii   Mill������r   Hands  M.. B. Jackon Capt W. W. Foster       Kiimloops  F. W. Anderson . ...J. P.Shaw    Kaslo John Kejn U. J. Long    Lillo'x't  J.   B   Bryson  Archie  McDonald   Nfinnimo    Win. Sloan A. E   Planra Sam Skinner (S).  Nelson A. M. Johnson  Dr   W.O.Rose L  L.   Bloomer (S).  N. Okanagan Dr. K   MacDorralil Price Ellison   S.' Okanagan L.  V. Rogers     Mayor Jones ....���������   Newcastle -. Dr. Dior Parker  Williams.  N������w Westminster David Whitesido ...Torn Gifford   Oininoca.:   A. M. Manson  F.   M. Dockrill   Revelstoke Dr   butherland  Hon. T. Taylor   Rowland    W. D. Willxon  Hon. L. A. Campbell   Richmond   : G  G.  McGreer  W. J   Baird   Robert McBr.ide.  Sianich  F   A. Paulina D. M  Eberts W.J.Ledingham(S)  Simiikameen  R. S. Conkling   L   W. Stratford   Skeena T.  D   Pattulo Hon   Win   Manson    Slocan Chas   F Ne/sou Wm. Hunter  ,   N    Vancouver ... Mavor Harms....' Geo.   H. Mordcn ...Wm. McNeish.  Rev.  Wm. Boulton .1. E. Wilton,  ���������las. A. Schofreld   ...Goodwin (S)  Hon. W. J   Bowser.J.D Harrington (S)  Hon.   Dr.   McGuire H.   G   White  Tiiomas Duke ....    Robert .Cassidy.  Dr. .J  W. Mcintosh. A. H.  B   Macgowan  W    R   Trotter.  J   S   Cnwpt-r  C   Ii   Tisdall A. F. Fawcett.  J.  W. doB   Farris .Walter  Leek T. 0. Townley.   .- E. C. Appleby.  H. C. Brewster  Hon.  Alex Stewart. A. J. Morley.  John Hart Reginald Havward..Dr. Ernest Hall.  Geo   Bell John Dilworth  P. R. Smith (S).  H   C Hall  L   Tait Dan Poupard (S).  Joseph Walters Alex .Lucas   S.  Vancouver J. W.  Wearl   Trail  -..Michael Sullivan  Vancouver....v Ralph Smith .  "                "'    M. A. MacDonali  I?   Donnelly   Victoria..  Y������  ale..  H&  ii  1?  j\ I Without a doubt, one of the strongest  '-"bicycles ever built.  '������������������ Thousands in use to-day, that have  been running ten .to twenty years.;.  And still giving  the   utmost   satisfaction.  ��������� The 3-piece "C.C.M." Hanger adds  the finishing touch of perfection to      ',  .. ��������� . this famous wheel.  Call and examine the latest "Clevelands'-at  i Headquarters  ! for  } High-Grade  j Sundries  1.'.'R.-M'D'b.IBX)B'R:  Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  ������������'���������<o  Dealers in  Fresfi and Salt Meats  Fish and Poultry  Our cTVIotto: "Quality- and Service"  Markets in Nearly All the Boundary  and Kootenay Towns  First Street Grand Forks  H. W. Breen, cJManager  LAND ACT  Simiikameen Land   District, District  '    of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that Robert Ritchie,  of Cascade, B. C, occupation  fanner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post  plarrted afcor near the S.E. corner of  part af Lot -19S (now owned by. An  drew Willey);- thence east 52S feet;  thence north 990 feet; thence west  528 feet; thence ..south 990 feet to  point of commencement  ROBERT RITCHIE,  Applicant.  Dated July 20th, 1916.  Too Much for Jim Hill  The late James J. Hill, like'other  men of unusual personality, was the  source of unending anecdote.  According to a writer in the New  York Sun, who describes the interesting characteristics of the man,  one of his aversions was ,a locked  desk. He thought that men who  worked for him had no right to  bring their secrets to his odice. One  'morning he had occasion to look for  a report in the desk of an official of  his company, and found the desk  locked. When the official arrived  he found the top of his desk  wrenched off. A sign upon the  wreckage called the attention of the  office force to the rule about locked  desks, and that desk remained on  exhibition as a mute  object   lesson.'  He watched the Great Northern  railway with microscopic care. Woe  to'the section hand who allowed  anything to lie round his right of  way, or about the station. Once, in  making an inspection, Mr. Hill  found a perfectly good, railway  spike lying by the side of the track.  He sought out the section boss wiih  fire in his eyes and showed him the  spike. The section boss had a quick  wit, however, and before the rebuke broke upon him he exclaimed:  "My goodness, Mr. Hill, I'm glad  you found that spike! I've been  looking for it for nearly three  weeks!"  It is said that he "got by" without the expected "blowing up," and  that even the "old man" had to  smile.  The morning after the coming-  oul party, Mandy, the cook, thus  greeted the young lady for whom it  was given:  ���������'Miss Annie, yo' sbo' did look  las' night! My, I hardly knowed  yo'! Dey wasn't a thing erbout yo'  dat looked natchel!"  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFEB  tl GaltCoal now  Office!  F. Downey's Cigar Sture  SCK k.,8 First Street  Tklkpiionks;  Office, R06  H ansk.n's Kksiues  Butter Wrappers  Neatly printed with  special Butter Wrapper  Ink.    Also imprinted wrappers.    Our prices  are right.  SUN PRINT SHOP  THE  LONDONDIRECTORY  (Published Annually)  Enable" triulors   throughout   the   world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of poods. Resides heing a complete commercial [ruble to London and Its  stiburhs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT M ERCHANTS  with the Goods thoy ship, and tho Ooloiiiid  and Foreign Markets they supply:  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the forts to which thoy sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailing;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchant!;, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  ncutrcsof the United Kingdom.  A copy of tho current edition will he forwarded, freight paid, on rccoipt of Postnl  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  their trade cards for $5, orlnrger advertisements from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD  2.r)t Abelurrch Lane, London, E.C.  ssurm  usmess  A policy of advertising is a  policy of life assurance, and the  protection thus secured is  well worth its annual cost.'  Old Customers die or move  away���������they must be replaced.  Old customers are subject to  the influence of tempation���������  they may be induced to divide  their custom���������to do some of  their shopping at a competitor's.  Ne# customrs to this community will shop with you���������  become regular customers���������if  they are invited to do so.  Tour competitor's advertising  is an influence which must be  offset if you are to maintain  your trade.  Not to advertise regularly to  the readers of  THE 1MAW FORKS SUN  Is to leave your business unprotected.  It is no sign of weakness to follow the lead of advertising.  You owe it to yourself to get  the most for your money, the  best goods and the best service.  And if you find that your inclination is to shop where you  are invited to shop rather than  continue to be a customer of  the shop which never solicits  your good will, you need have  no compunction of conscience.  Where You Are  Invited to Shop :_������HE    SUN.   GKAND   FORKS.   B. C  INSURANCE  COMPANY  An  Exclusively   Canadian   Company  Assets  Over  Four  Million   Dollars  An Excelsior Policy is a Money Saver.  Get One To-day.  Pr  ood Skippej's, These  Masters  of   i rawlers  Despise Seamanship  of   h'avy  Every trawler is distinctive, and the  whole character of the crew and of  the life on board depends on ihe captain. These skippers are types who  seem to have survived from an age  long since gone by. You can always  tell a North Sea trawler from a West  country one. The Worth Sea skippers  seem stern and taciturn, whereas the  West countrymen, mostly Devonshire  men, seem genial, loquacious. , All  are, however, delightfully independent  and express their views on things in  general in a manner which makes  naval officers tremble for tho discipline of the service. They love to  criticize everything. The skipper of  a trawler never will admit that any  officer in the; navy is a real seaman.  They will stoutly maintain that seamanship is a lost art, which can now  only be found among themselves, and  they love to bold forth on the handling  of great battleships as they make their  way into narrqw harbors or take up  difficult anchorages, pointing out how  much better they could have done the  job themselves. They love to grumble"  at everything, and without a grievance  thoy would be miserable.���������Liverpool  Courier.  Rheumatic Pains Go���������Suffering Ceases; Cure Conies  In Even Chronic Cases  For aching bones and sore muscles  nothing will sooth away the pain like  Nerviline.  For nerve-wracking twinges in the  muscles, for torturing backache or  lumbago, you'll find Nerviline is full  of amazing' power.  ���������. You see', Nerviline  has the power���������it's  about five limes  stronger than ordinary remedies, and  can penetrate very deeply. II; contains'  rub it on���������it won't blister or burn, and  can do uothing but good.  Whenever there is pain or suffering  Nerviline will go and drive it out.  It penetrates to every cell'of-a soro  muscle; it sinks, to the heart of every  stiff sore joint; it .searches'������������������out th<s  pain   of  rheumatism quickly. -  Give Nerviline a trial. See how fast  it will limber your lame back/ how  quickly it will cure ���������''neuralgic headache,  how fast it will break'up. a- bad coid  or ease a sore throat.  The best family  pain-remedy over  made is Nerviline.  Forty'years'of great  success proves this.  For emergent ills, when the doctor  juices  and  extracts  of certain  herbs  isn't handy,   there  is  nothing  better  that give it a strange power to drive j than the 50c family size bottle;  trial  out congestion, inflammation or pain,  j size 25c, all dealers or the Catarrho-  You are safe in .using Nerviline. Just  zone Co., Kingston, Canada.'  An exciting Wild Western Holiday, full of Fun and Adventure. Featuring  the   World's   Champion   Bucking Horse   Riders  This is YOUR Invitation  A. P. Day, Manager.  . .Write   either   for  E. J. McMillan, Secretary.  information   or   Reserve   Seats  Second Thoughts  Mr. Gnaggs���������I suppose you women  think second thoughts are best. Mrs.  Gnaggs���������Not always. You may remember I refused you the first time  you asked me to marry you.���������Philadelphia Eecord.  s  ore %  essage  NEW   BRUNSWICK   WOMAN   SAYS  USE  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  Mrs. Patrick Williams Tells How Her  Headache and Weakness Vanished  .When She Used the Great Canadian  Kidney Remedy, Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  St. Sosime, Kent Co., N. B. (Special.)���������"I feel it my duty to tell the  public the great relief from headache  and weakness I found in Dodd's Kidney Pills."  This  is  the  message  Mrs.  Patrick  Williams  of this place sends  to suf7  Bering women all over Canada.   Like  many other women she dislikes talking about her troubles, but she feels  she  would not be doing right to let  others   suffer  when  she  had   learned  from her own experience how great is  the relief and how easy is the cure to  be found in Dodd's Kidney Pills.      |  Nine-tenths of the weakness and suffering women bear so bravely comes  from sick kidneys. Sick or disordered  kidneys fail in their duty of straining  the impurities out of the blood. This  means   that   these   impurities,   these  seeds of disease,   are   carried   to all  parts of the body".    The natural cure  is Dodd's Kidney Pills.   They always  cure sick kidnevs.  Western City V/ar Census  As a basis for urging the men of  Winnipeg to rally to the colors a voluntary committee made a canvas of  the city and as a result they state  that there are only 4,500 single men  and -widowers without children, between the ages of 18 and 45 years in  Winnipeg, who are eligible as recruits,  according to tlie military registration  census which has just been completed.  Of the total 1,533 are of Canadian and  1,816 of British birth, 204 of American,  266 of Allies, and 535 of enemy nations. :_.  Minard's  Friend.  Liniment     Lumberman's  There recently entered a'Washington shop a dusky person who announced that he wished to purchase a razor.  "Safety?" asked the clerk.  "No, sub," was tire decided response  "I desires'it for social usage."  Canadian Timber Values  According to a recent Commerce report the values of the various classes  of timber produced in Canada in  1914, together with the values of the  forest products, total 5176,672,000, being divided as follows: -Lumber, lath  and shingles, $67,500,000; fire wood,  560,500,000; pulpwood, .? 15.500,000;  posts and rails, $[1,500,000; cross ties,  59,000,000; square limber exported,  5400,000; cooperage, ?1.000,000; poles,  $700,000; logs exported, $850,000; tanning material. $22,00; round mining  timbers, $500,000; miscellaneous exports, $300,000: miscellaneous products, $10,000,000.  Clean Stomach, Clear Mind.���������The  stomach is the workshop of the vital  functions and when it gets out of  order the whole system clogs in sympathy. The spirits flag, the mind  droops and work becomes impossible.  The first care should be to restore  healthful action of the stomach and  the best preparation for that purpose  is Parmelec's Vegetable Pills. General  rise for years has won them a leading  place in medicine. A trial will attest  their value. .  French War Humor  French  racing  horses'  names    are  now almost all inspired by the war.  The names of favorite generals, Joffre  arid French, for instance, are common ;  battles in which the allies came out  on top find favor, such as La Marne;  Tipperary is also in the field; while)  names   of  French   cannon   "Seventv-!  five," "Hundred and five," Rimjiilliio '  are   very   popular.      French   love   of I  irony is seen in such names as Chir- j  fori de Papier (scrap of paper), Finis, I  Tcutonice and La Censure. I  waLg__tgatr__y;;iy_ag__^  WEAR  $100 Reward, $100        j  The readers of this paper  v/ili be pleased  to I  le.irn thnt there is at least one dreaded disease )  science lias been able to cure in all its staces, a:id j  that is catarrh.   Catarrh bciti_ cieatly inflnenc- j  ed by constitutional conditions requires coiistitti- j  tionnl treatment.    Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken i  internally arid acts thru the lilood on the Mut-ous I  Surfaces of the System  thereby destroying the j  foundation  of   the   disease,   civinsr   the  patient [  .strength  by  buihliiii:   up  the constitution  and i  assisting nature in doiiifr its  work.    The pro- j1  prielors have   so   much   faith   ia   the curative i  powers  of   Hall's  Catarrh  Cure  that  they offer !  One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails tu  cure.    .Send for list of testimonials.  Address: K.J. CHUNKY _. CO., Toledo. Ohio. j  Hold by all druircists. 75c. ;  evca������y SP0SST    KEgR&gTgQM  Worn hy everv member  o_ 'ihe family  gBLD BY ALL GOOD SHOE DEALERS  Stingy  Millionaires  Mr.  Justice Craig,  speaking  in To.  ronto,   said   that   "millionaires     are  giving far less than tiro men who have j  a few thousands,   and he knew of one !  millionaire who is keeping back good, !  healthy   sons   and   giving   practically j  nothing to any fund, while his neigh- I  hor   has   crippled   himself  financially !  and  given   five   sons   to   the   Empire i  besides."    Conscription  is   needed   in |  that millionaire's family.    It is n fact!  not always borne irr mind that a poor j  man   who  gives   a dollar often  gives'  more proportionately than a rich "man '  who gives  a thousand.���������Ottawa Journal.  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians.  Said one of our leading merchant.?  recently, after reading the war new/:  "I see Germany it to haw a food  dictator. I've been married to ona  for some years."  iNIiller's Worm Powders were devised  to promptly relieve children who suffer from the ravages of worms. It is  a simple preparation warranted to  destroy stomachic and intestinal  worms without shock or injury to the  most sensitive system. They act thoroughly and painlessly, and though in  'some case3 they may cause vomiting,  that is an indication of their powerful'action and not of any nauseating  property.  Queen Mother Saw Game  One of the best stories illustrating  the practical sympathy of Queen Alexandra is told by Lady Randolph  Churchill. Not long ago the Queen  Mother stopped her motor car in Hyde  Park in order to watch a game of  football which some soldiers were en-  enjoying near the Serpentine. No one  recognized her. The same evening  Her Majesty sent a subscription to  the fund for giving footballs to soldiers in training.  : Improving Butter Price*.  The season of 1916 will likely sec  the largest, output of butter Western  Canada has ever yet marketed. C. P.  Marker, dairy commissioner for Alberta, estimates that the make in that  province will run 9,000,000 pounds:  this year as against 7,400,000 pounds  last year, which was a-very favorable  season. Saskatchewan is preparing for  a big make, as is Manitoba. In all  three distinct steps have been made  to further improve the quality of the  creamery product and thereby extend  and consolidate the market. It is  said 90 per cent, of the cream reaching Alberta creameries this year will  be pasteurized, which treatment adds  greatly to the keeping quality of the  butter and seems essential for long  shipments.  Hammers  Hammers', were originally fashioned  from   the  model  of   an   outstretched  human arm and fist.  .'��������� Captured Their Captors  "Turning the tables"-in war time*  is a form of surprise not at all unknown to an army. A good apropos  of the fact comes from Pctrograd.  "In the fighting .in the region west  of Aschkala the Turks surrounded a  Russian deta6hment formed of reserve  soldiers. These reservists were taken  into captivity by the Turks, but, preferring a glorious death to; shameful  surrender, with their non-commission--  ed officers at their head, fell upon  the Turkish escort, overcome it, and  forced it to join their brave regiment!"            A camel's hind legs will reach its  head, round its chest or on to its  hump.  The suggestion is being put forward  that a flag'should be designed as ihu  Standard of the Allied Nations.  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when they have Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator to give relief. Its effects  are sure and lasting.  Special constables in Britain nurrx  ber 124,646, of whom there ia a daily  average of 16,831 on duty.  "I don't want to  miss  a single enjoying my meals.     There did not  dose, because it is doing me so much' seem- to be so much to worry; me, and  good.   My nerves were so bad that I I began to find a new pleasure in life,  could not rest or sleep, and would get It is .wonderful the way the Nervd  Up in the morning feeling tired out.  "Besides that, I frequently had  severe nervous headaches and got so  cross and irritable that every little  noise would set my nerves on edge.  I did not seem to have any energy or  strength, and the slightest exertion  would use me up entirely.  "Then a friend told me of the  benefit she obtained from using Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food, and I decided to  Food is building up my health and  strength, and since I have been using  it I have found out that many of myj  lady friends have had a similar ex*  perience."  This is the way women every-(  where are talking about Dr.'Chase'3  Nerve Food. Seldom has any treaty  ment ever aroused so much favorable  comment. While natural- and gentle  in action, this food cure is [wonderfully potent in building up the rundown   system.     Ask  your   friends  give it a trial.   It was not long till I   about it and put it to the test.when  found that I was sleeping better and   in need of restorative treatment.  oO cents a box, O for ."32.50, all dealers, or Edmanson, Batea  & Co., Limited, Toronto. Do not bo talked into accenting  a substitute.   Imitations disappoint.  I a  h  '���������$ ���������'!  'r:. _  ���������f>'l  m  g'J  *>T  p-,l  ��������� it  fa  -I  it  V.  i  Si  ?<1  Dr. Oiiaso's Recipe Book, 1,000 selected recipes, sent free W you zaenilon this Dape_v  ^^m^im^mzmM^mm  WW  Mi Is  \  1/  THE    SUN.    GRAND    FORKS,    B. C.  ALL RESOURCES OF EMPIRE THROWN INTO FIGHT  Suffer Most Just  Famous American War Correspondent Writes of Fighting Quality  Of British Troops, and Pays  a.Tribute to Organization  And Work of War Department  [By Frederick Palmer in Collier's)  01 course there are some people  ,-who think that anybody who says a  good word for the English must be  what is known as an Anglo-maniac  who uses broad a's, speaks of "dear  eld Lurinim" as they ..do on the vaudeville stage, and holds his breath in  awe at the mention of a duke. I  come of blood which has fought the  British twice and would again for the  right cause. My ideas of how the  British fight; and the part, they have  played in this war were formed not  in the company of dukes or in dear  old Lunnun from the gossip of. the  Strand; but at the British front. I  think that the British are entitled to  fair play and to be judged by what  thoy have done rather ."than by /the  way they talk.  Then in two'months the British  had lost more killed and wounded  than ' their-��������� original force;'��������� in six  months, more than the total of their  ^landing army. They had lacked  machine guns and guns of heavy calibre; so had the French. The English had not only to train men who  had never shouldered a rifle, but to  equip them. Russia and- France, too,  lacked sufficient uniforms at the outset of the war for all the soldiers  they had. From the Belgian and Serbian and the Russian army came the  call to manufacturing England for'  tinns and uniforms. England was the  mint, the foundry, the workshop which  must be a bottomless source of supply  ���������while every demand of Jellicoe's had  to bo met She plodded on sturdily,  if not brilliantly, criticizing no one  but herself.  Though the British had supposed  that their part was to command the  tjea, three million volunteered to  cross the Channel or go farther overseas and fight. This is a different  thing from volunteering to fight in  your own country against an invader.  .Mind, these, three million did not (  have to be ordered to fight. They went  of their own free will, carpenters,  farmers; cost,ennongers,' doctors, lawyers, 'millionaires and laborers, with  every able bodied man of Oxford and  Cambridge and other universities and  great public schools offering himself.  History has afforded nothing finer  than this outpouring, and never was  there sin effort more depreciated by  those who made it.  For the lack of guns the British in  France had to fight with flesh and  blood against superior artillery���������  flesh and blood against machine killing. France needed help; England  gave all she had to give���������the lives of  her men.  One reason they had to hold a short  lirre was for many months they had  to do it with flesh and blood, without adequate gurrs or adequate shells  for the guns, though they have the  shells now and are getting tire guns.  Another reason was that they held the  famous Ypres salient, one of the bloodiest, parts of the line.  If you don't think so. ask any German who has fought there. Again,  after this war,  don't make the mis  take of depreciating the British soldier to a German soldier. The highest praise you can hear for the British armj is from Germans.  The English talk of "muddling,"  but ii seems to me that they do.very  much less muddling than they advertise, . The error so'highly criticized  at Lobs was made by the German staff  only, a few days later. In fact, the  Germans have been guilty oc it -several times, but they say nothing and  go on. Berlin is silent while tongues  wag in London. ���������  How She Was Relieved from  Pain by Lydia E.Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  Taunton, Mass.���������" I had pains in both  Bides and when my periods came I had  to stay at home  from work and suffer a long time.  One day a woman  came to our house  and asked my  mother why I was  suffering. Mother J  told her that I suffered every month  and she said, 'Why  don't you buy a  bottle of Lydia E.  Phikfiam's Vegetable Compound?' My  mother bought it and the next month I  was so well that I worked all the month  without staying at home a day. I am  in good health now and have told lots of  girls about it."���������Miss Clarice Morin,  22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass.  Thousands of girls suffer in silence  every month rather than consult a physician. If girls who are troubled with  painful or irregular periods, backache,  headache, dragging-down sensations,  fainting spells or indigestion would take  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a safe and pure remedy made  from roots and herbs, much suffering  might be avoided.  Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicina  Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential) for free  advice which will prove bolpfuL  Losses of Pigs  Valuable     Information   on   the     Care  and  Handling of Pigs  , A severe winter is usually followed  by reports of heavy losses of young  pigs. This year is no exception to the  rule. -Mr. W. F. Stevens, Provincial  Live Stock Commissioner for Alberta,  has visited a number of farms from  which reports of this kind have come.  Although he does not claim to have  discovered the precise cause in every  instance, he does not hesitate to  classify the causes, in the majority  of cases, under the following headings: .-'���������..  Farrowed in February.���������The ^losses  among pigs farrowed in February are,  as a rule, heavy. In seasons when  the Weather is as cold as it was during last February the losses are particularly heavy. This fact alone would  account for many demhs.  Little Light and Less Ventilation  in Pens.���������Animals confined .within  poorly lighted and ill ventilated housings cannot thrive, and young animals cannot develop strength nor  resist disease in such places. Pneu-  nfonia doubtless caused most of the  deaths among the early farrowed animals that were thus cared for.  Feeding the 'dam-too heavily after  was relatively cheaper than oats last  winter, and many farmers yielded to  the temptation to feed it to their  brood sows. Barley develops fat but  not1 boneand muscle. Bone and  muscle, but not fat, are. what the  young animal requires in order to  enable it. to avoid danger and keep  from being laid on and suffocated-in  the nest.  Feeding the dam to heavily after  farrowing.���������Tho swine grower who  likes to feed liberally is usually a  heavy loser from "thumps." Feeding  the sow heavily on heating foods, particularly barley, wheat, rye, or spelts,  and keeping her confined in a pen is  likely to result in "thumps" among  the young pigs. Turn the sow out.  feed a thin slop of ground oats, and  provide succulent feed ur roots or  green forage .of some kind.  Sows had frozen teats.���������Some swine  growers went to the opposite extreme.  They fed their sows out of doors during the coldest of weather. In many  cases they had to wade through snow  drifts when going from the nesting  place to the feeding ground. The  result was that some of "them froze  their teats and were therefore unable  to suckle their young, which died of  starvation.  Swine growers who have suffered  losses of young pigs should write to  the Department, of Agriculture, Edmonton, and ask for a copy of live  stock pamphlet entitled "Preparing  for the Pig Crop." also pamnhlet entitled "The Suckling Period."  W.  N.      U.      1112  The Australian Premier ���������  The indomitable Labor prime, minister of Australia has certain qualities  which are rare in British public life.  He has courage; he has firmness, he  has eloquence. He is not blessed with  obsolete formulas; he does not live in  the frigid artificialities of the House  of Commons; he knows his own mind  and he is not a moral mollusc of a  political limpet. His deeds and his  speeches have touched the people of  this country by their force and splendour. They have shown him (o be as  much in car-nest as our ministers are  faint-hearted and as simple as they  are. pompous and long-winded. He  always speaks straight to the heart,.  He docs not put off till tomorrow what  should be dorre today, and earlier in  this war lie set a great example to Ihe  home government by shattering the  influence of Germany in Australia.���������  London Daily Mail.  Wireless Danger Signals for Trains  A curious invention is being shown  at the 19KJ exhibition of the National  Kailway Appliance Association in Chicago for controlling trains by wireless.  Danger signals are flashed to the  train by a touch orr a key. The wireless, worked in connection with an  automatic speed control, applies the  air b-.akes automatically, whether tlie  engineer sees the signal or not, and  reduces the speed to the desired maximum.--���������  Contrariness  If you Vjorrow money from a fellow  you meet him everywhere you go as  long, as you owe him, but. if he borrows from you months and months  go by, it seems, before you ever see  him  again.-���������Macon News.  Mixture  of Fear,  Doubt  and   Expectancy Proves Unnerving to Many  Tlie following interesting article,  giving physchological study of a battle, was written by a German school  teacher, who since has been killed  on the west front. The article, which  appears in the German papers, has  caused considerable, comment:  "To describe the sensations, the  emotions and the innermost feelings  of the soul of a soldier in battle is nil  unusually interesting but difficult  task. While the battle is raging a  soldier is beset and agitated by. thousands of thoughts that flash like-lightning through his brain, but it is only  during the remarkable calm that  comes after a*baltlc that he is enabled  to analyze them. As I have participated in thirty-six engagements and  battles, both on the eastern and western fronts, I have been in a position  to make many observations and have  made a study of the soul of the soldier. It is a great subject for the  physchologist and1 oue-that opens a  mine���������.of valuable information.  "The troops receive orders at night  to prepare for a charge the next morning. The first thought is," is this real?  Somehow, it seems like a dream. It  is (lie same thought that stirs the soul  in any great event in rife, be it one:  of joy or cne of .'sorrow. It does not  seem real.  "However, when the soldier does  realize that it is no nightmare, he begins to think of the likelihood of death  claiminghim in that battle. A strange,  indescribable.-fear- begins, to agitate  the soul. The awful thought pesters  him that he will go to his death and  leave home and loved ones and everything that is dear in a moment of  time. He ponders over the subject of  immortality and wonders if death  comes whether it will mean eternal  darkness and annihilation.  "Toone who is in the prime of life,  who has everything to live for," hell  itself cannot offer torture to equal the  terrorizing doubts that assail the soul  in those, dreadful moments before a  battle.  "Then, too, the thoughts come that  we have not made the most of life;  that there is-so much which we would  still like to do; that if only given the  opportunity how different we would  shape our life in the future.  "All-night long the troops move to  the front, and all night long we think  of God and the uncertainty that lies  .directly before us.  "Morning comes. It is a most beautiful morning; Jhe sun_ shihing .warm  and bright. The notes of a German  song are wafted on the still air.: It  is a song of the Fatherland and all  join in the chorus. It is then that,  we forget all our doubts and fears.  A new life seems to be born within  us. All fear has vanished and we are  ready to go down to the gates of death  unafraid.  "And then the battle. The bullets  began to whistle. In those first moments every soldier naturally looks  for some sheltered place for protection. Nevertheless, the soul is remarkably calm. Though comrades are falling on all sides we never for a moment think of being hit by a bullet  ourselves. \Ye keep on running, running toward the enemy. All feeling,  all thought, all emotion,, all sensation  is obliterated. In the crash and thunder of artillery we go on, fearing nothing. Occasionally we hear a voice uttering a curse or a threat, due to hate  against the enemy, born anew in the  thick of battle. That feeling of hate  becomes uppermost. Wc are seized  with a frenzy of rage, and our one  thought"is to meet the enemy face to  face and annihilate him. As this  hate is mingled with a certain feeling  of patriotism and love for the Fatherland, the lust of battle is developed  in such a manner as to quiet oirr  nerves and forget all about danger and  death.  "The battle has been fought and  won. The soul experiences an indescribable peace, but when we begin to  sec our broken ranks and make count  of our fallen comrades painful sensations follow. Then only do we realize  what danger we so callously faced,  and a wave of thoughtfulness warms  our blood and body.  "The feelings ami sensations on  emerging from a battle are like fho*e  of convalescence from a serious illness. Tire tired soul longs for peace  and rest, and the soldier falls into a  deep, souiv.l, dreamless steep, in which  all the fear and sires? and storm of the  time are forgotten."  Tribute to Late  Earl Kitchener  Is Praised for Mis Great Work as an  Empire  Builder  At a New York theatre the other  day the film "Britain Prepared" was  being shown. The face of the late  Earl Kitchener was flashed on the  screen. The orchestra began the  strains of "Nearer, My. God, to Thee."  The audience rose, in utter silence,  and stood while the verse was played.  A tribute, such as thai, completely  spontaneous, by people of another  nation is remarkable. It is evidence  that his personality left a mark upon  the world.  It is noticeable, in all the American  tributes paid to Kitchener, by Theodore Poosevelt, Gen. Leonard Wood  former Ambassador Choate, and many  others, that-it was Kitchener's work  in ���������Empire-building that chiefly commanded their admiration. Kitchener's  share of the "white man's burden" in  ���������Kgypt, Africa and India is the outstanding note in their tributes.'  Another notable tribute was paid  Kitchener in the parliament of United  South Africa, where the members  stood in silence while Premier Botha,  in a few words expressing great admiration and respect for the -man who a  few years ago was the leader of the  British armies in the -conquest-, 6)  South Africa, moved the adjournment  of the House. It will be remembered  that immediately after peace was  signed at Pretoria, Kitchener sent r  message to the Boers expressing his  admiration for their gallantry and  bravery, in the long war.  The Chicago Daily News, in an appreciative article, on the day of his  death, recalled an interview Kitchener gave while in Chicago some years  ago. In this Kitchener expressed the  view that the want of food and the  necessity of importing it was the  chief factor in making war. The nation which had not sufficient supplies  of food of its own, he pointed, out.  was continually gazirrg with envious  eyes upon the nations which had. As  a lover of peace, he said, he had  noticed with great pleasure the vast  fields of grain in the middle west, and  look equal pleasure from the fact that  across the boundary, in Canada, there  were possibilities ' of equally greal  production of foodstuffs.  Roosevelt's tribute is worth quoting:  "Six years ago I passed through  the Soudan and was more deeply impressed than I can well express by  the extraordinary benefits secured to  the natives of the country by Lord  Kitchener's conquests; and the "'administration of himself and of his lieuten  ant and successor. Gen. Wingate.  "He rescued it from a condition o;  chronic slaughter and rapine, under  which the population diminished by  considerably more than half, and of  the younger children over ���������nine-tenths  died of disease or starvation. The  result of the conquest was to establish  absolute peace and justice under tho  orderly reign  of law.  "Industry flourished amazingly,  slavery and,the oppression of weaker  tribes were completely abolished;  schools were established everywhere  and the Soudan entered upon a career  of peace, prosperity and justice, which  it has never before known in its  history."���������Tiegina Province.  Churchill's Stick  One of Mr. Winston Churchill's  greatest treasures is the gold-mounted  cane that was given him by King  Edward as a wedding present. Once  Mr. Churchill, when staying in Paris,  left the'cane in a railway train. It  cost him a lengthy telegram and a  big fee for a special messenger to  recover it.  U������U������\f&  ������oiistipatSora  Gin Pills are nc-nowledjred to hare the  largest sale of any proprietary medicine in  Canada���������on achievement solely due to their  remarkable virtue as a Kidney and Bladder  remedy.  But users of Gin Pills have discovered thai  this invaluable remedy also acts as a mild  cathartic. The evidence of hundreds of letters  .vwc have received establishes the very logical  fact that in compounding a medicine to heal  and tunc up the Kidneys and Bladder certain  of the ingredients have n stimulating effect  upon the other organs, especially the bowels.  It is important to know, in the case of constipated patients, that Gin Pills do not act  harshly on the bowels; there is no griping,  but a gTadual and gentle restoration of the  function. Try Gin rills for. constipation. In  thus relieving the bowels, you safeguard yourself against possible Kidney trouble.  Cin Tills are 50c. a box, or 6 boxes for $2.50  at your .dealer's. Atrial treatment veil! be  sent upon request, to .������  National Drug & Chemical Co,  of Canada, Limited, Toronto..  KIDNEYS  9Ql  UNIVERSITY  KINGSTON  ONTARIO  ARTS EDUCATION  APPLIED SCIENCE  Including Mining, Chemical, Civil, Mech-.  anical and Electrical Engineering.  MEDICINE  During the War there will bo contiauou*  leasioni in Medicine.  HOME STUDY  The Arts Course may be taken by correspondence, but students desiring to graduate must attend one session.     SUMMER SCHOOL,     oeo.y.chown  JULY AND AUGUST H-G13TWAR  Fire Escape for Horses  A large packing concern across the  border has installed an automatic  means for opening the doors of its  hcise stable which allows 'the horses  to escape at. any time of the day or  night, if tjiere is danger of fire. The  device is operated in much the same  manner as an automatic sprinkler.  When the temperature in the stables  rises to a certain point a weight is  released which falls on a lever that  in turn releases all the doors simultaneously. At the same instant certain noises are made mechanically  which frighten the horses from their  places. The releasing lever is occasionally operated by hand to give the  horses a fire drill. Each horse soon  learns to trot from its stall when the  door opens and the alarm sounds.'  Comforting  1   "I   like   church."     "Why?"   "Well,  it's comforting to see one man  keep  so many women quiet an hour."  The Expensive Married Man  One of the most difficult points for  the government is to birhirice the value  of a married man recruit against, his  value ns a taxpayer. Kvory married  recruit means, in addition to Iris upkeep by the State, air allowance for  his family arrd relief at government  expense to meet his rent, insurance  and other liabilities, rind at the same,  time a direct diminution of the. national revenue by the amount of hisi  income tax. apart from his other contributions to the labor and wealth of  tire country.���������London  Daily Mail.  A Gardener Peer  Lord Redesdale, whose memoirs are  arousing so much attention in Britain,  is one of the. greatest living authorities on horticulture. He is responsible  for the present design of the gardens  at Buckingham Palace, which work  he took up at the special request of  King Hdward.  The word "clove" is from the Latin  "clavus." meaning a trail, eluvt-.-: being  like nails in appearance.  For  nearly 60 years,   Edv/ardsburg  "Silver Gloss" has been the standby.  In one pound packages and six pound fancy enamelled tins.  THE   CANADA   STARCH    CO.    LIMITED 226  MONTREAL, CARDINAL, BRANTFORD, FORT WILLIAM.  Makers of "Crown Brand" and "Lllu H'ldlt" Corn Syrups and Benson's Corn Starch.  tnea&sas&������t������i!zsssst^^u ^^{it-^������-������Miy������^^ _i__. u* - H.1 WJCUi __i 1 f'i���������  ,._., i^_a^wccw������^iWfWiri5r^swiwttTOall  THE   SUN.    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  VOTERS! The B. C. Prohibition Act  __. Closes the Bar, Saloon, Liqnor Store, and  stops treating.  2. It gives Prohibition to the fullest powers  ��������� .    of the J3. C. Legislature.  3. It is stronger than the bills of Alberta and  Manitoba, which passed with wonderful  majorities.  The Liquor Men know it  prohibits, hence their desperate opposition.  Safeguard the boys and girls of B. C. and  VOTE FOR THE ACT  TOonim  Work on the new Great Northern  "roundhoude   at Weston was   started  this   week.  Miss Margaret Harriean"is con-  lined to the Grand Forks hospital  by .illness. ���������   .  ��������� The rain during the paBt couple  of days'has improved the prospects  of the fruit c\dp'in this v SI ley.  and the consumer, while it also contains numerous instructions to the  retail and other merchants.  Every   person   carrying   on   the  hiisiness   of selling first-grade eggs,  which   means   aii   fre.������h eggs which  may be used for   boiling   purposes,  must placard the receptacfe containing the eggs with a sign   compossed  of letters   not   less than four inches  in height, stating the  name   or   the  province or-country   of origin, and  the additional words "Fresh," "Cold  Storage,"   or    "Preserved."-   "Pre  served" applies to eggs in which the  natural deterioration has been   pre  vented or arrested   by   any   means  Stock   For Sale���������.Fifteen   or sixteen head of cattle,-from yearlings to' Process or treatment whatsoever.  iur "years' old;  some  cows  fresh,  others will   be  soon.   Apply Dr. G.  \y   Averill.  Dates of Fall Fairs  The department of agriculture, has  issued the following fall fair dates for  the season of 1916:  Circuit 3���������  Chilliwack, September 13-15.  Al-Jergrove, September 10.  Matsqui, September 1(5.  Langley, September 19.  Richmond, September 19-20.  Burquitlam, September 21.  Circuit -l���������  Bam'ere, September 13.  Hedoy Creek, September 14-15.  Pritchard, September 19.    -  Kamloops, September 20 22.  Salmon Arm, September 22 23.  Kolownn, September 26-27.  Armstrong, Sept. 28-Oct. 2.  ���������   Eagle River (Malakwa), October  Circuit 5���������  Gateway. September 5.  Ci-anbrook, September 0 7.  Windemero, September 13 14.  Gofden, September 15.  Frur'tvale, Septomber I S.  Trail, "September 19-20.  Nelson, September 20 22.  Roswell, September 22.  Grand-Forks, September 25-26.  Greenwood, September 27.  Circuit 6���������  Revelstoke; September 21-22.  Robson, September 25.  Slocan City, September 26.  New Denver, September 27-28.  Burton, September 30.  Needles, October 3-1.  Arrow. Lake (Nakusp),  Oct. 4-5.  Ores ton, October 7.  Circuit 7���������  Nicola, October 0.  Penticton, October 9-10.  Summerland, October lf-12.  Kalainalka (Oyarna), October 14.  Bor  Up-toBate Jewellery^  Go to  Ti'mberlake, Son &> Co.  Newest Styles  Lowest Prices  oicest ratterns  The Quality Jewellers  I Bridge Street, Next Telephone Exchange, (Grand Forks  .J  Has  a  full stock of Groceries���������-Fruits  and  Vegetables m season���������-at RIGHT PRICES.  Try O  wr  Phone 85  ue Ribbon |Tea at 45c per Pound  None Better  First Street  Grand Forks  A skillful flatterer never wants for  material or lacks results.  r  Yale  Barber  Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty  A similar rule applies to "second-  grade eggs " which must hear a pla  card "Cooking Eggs," which means  /   any   eggs   that   are  unsuitable for  | other than cooking purposes  j     In   addition    to  the above, every  Greenwood club, has enlisted   with j preserved e���������g must have   the   word  the  army medical corps,   and   will   '"Preserved" stamped upon it, while  every Chinese egg   must bear an in  scription     "Chinese."      All    these  Edwiu     Potts,   steward   of   the:  leave for Vernon in a few days.  For Sale-Gramophone; used five'f^P8   a!'e   t0   he formed of gothie  .u . _*���������.������ -a      u *     _<���������>- -a ���������letters an������ are to be printed in   rlur  months; cost $33.o0; sell for S2,.o0.: able i|lk> and must ������ perfectly lp_j  Kwong Wing's   Laundry, Box' 16-1. j ble.    All boxes or other   receptades    - , containing   eggs   are   to be plainly  marked with the country   of   origin  ������" tQe eggs as well as the grade.  Manufacturers, bakeries, restaurants, hotels and similar places using Chinese eggs are to hang conspicuous signs in their places jn  which are stated in letters not less  than four inches high, the words  "Chinese eggs used here," or "Chinese eggs sold here," as the case may  be. J  For some time past Duncan  Buchanan has been busy taking  rails and piping out of .the No. 7  for shipment.to the Emma   mine.  .,   For Sale���������Bicycle.  O'Connor.  Apply W. P.  % Anyway Ananias   was   never   ac  cused ol being the author of  a   political manifesto.  Addressing Mail to Soldiers  In order to facilitate the handling  of mail at the front and to insure  prompt delivery it is requested that  all mail be addressed as follows:  (a) Regimental number.  (b) Rank.  (c) Name.  (d) Squadron, battery or company.  (e) Battalion, regiment (or oilier  unit), staff appointment or department.  (f) Canadian Contingent.   ���������.-_  (u)   British Expeditionary Force,  (h) Army Post,  London, England.  Unnecessary    mention   of     higher  formations, such as brigades, d visions,  is strictly forbidden," and causes delay.  VX^   I  "3S4_s__.  1  Hit~-<t/ udK '   ��������� *���������'���������'������  P. A,   Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Ya���������e Hotel, Fiust Stkekt  Few men have the will   power  do the things they do not   want '  do but should do.  to  to  The Eggs Marks Act  The Eggs Marks act, recently  passed by the legislative assembly  at Victoria, contains a number of  clauses which are of the greatest interest   to   both   the poultry .farmer  The Sun, at SI a year, is superior  to any $2 a year paper printed in the  Boundary. This is the reason why.  we do not have to resort to gambling  schemes to gain new'subscn'bers or to  hold those we already have.  _ House to Let���������Empty Aug. 1st;  eight rooms; central. Cabinet,  stoves, carpets, blinds, some furni  lure, books', tent, poultry and fine  garden crop for sale; bargain.  Phone R48.. ..    ,  Granby Shipments  The  following are   the   monthly  .shipping   figures   from the Granby  mine at Phoenix to the Grand Forks  smelter:  1915.  Tons.  January...     42,211  February....      63,091  March........      (59,948     ::  Agril ;....���������     85,382  May     100.693  June ....    103,004  July     101,058  August .'.'���������  103,062  Septeinbe...  "   93,245  October......    '96; 430  November...     82.18^  December...     94,475  1916  Tons  83,802  7-7,04S  86.782  90,786  And now is the time; "to vthink of  summer wearables. We can supply  your Wants, and, remember, all at Beduced  Prices, so naturally it is to your advantage' to  do your shopping here.  en's  o  a  Summer Furnishings. ^2^'  man cool and comfortable even during the approaching hot weather. Light weight* summer  underwear, outing shirts, cashmere, worsted and  cotton socks.  Total 1,084,786  independent Brand  Counter Check  looks  Made in Toronto. "The  b^st counter check books  on the market today.  Eastern Prices  We hfive a two yeais'  contract to handle these  books. Gall and see samples  Ei_fi  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made  to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neatly  Dorre.  R.C.McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUE  !^5<_^7qj5^<MB8____H_3a__;-V^a  Every man is the architect of his  own fortune, but so many of us  draw bad plans.  At The Sun Off:  ice  me ilea*  The man at the jiwul of affairs  whether at home or in business, is  the one whose attention you wish  to  attract.  Our paper goes into the best cl.iss  of homes and is read liy [lie head uf  the family. Thai accounts for the  results obtained by the use of  Classified   Want  Ads  "  BOOT   REPAIRING  FAKE  your   repairs  t<i   Arnison, sboo   .'<>  pairer.    Tho' Hub.    Look for  the    Bisr  Boot.  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  MIGHEXTCASR PRICES paid for old Si.-.v-  I I and Kiuikcs. K. C. Pecklmm, Secondhand Store.  The man who sits down and waits I  for   something    to   turn .up usually  finds that it is his toes.  The Sun   is the   largest and    best  "^^p'_s__^^^g____f;__i^=^^i-ii  ��������� r-~. ��������� ��������� ."3C if H������        .   ��������� ^      .      ���������     ~  Send only 5/- with Order for any Article and Yon pay balance on Delivery.  No niattrr wliitro son lire, yon ran liavo nny of thcio nrtkks of  wanr���������lutrai London Htyla���������beat llrltlali mnteliala HliTl m������ki>���������liy  Ready!   M  ,eaay:  men s Smart Suits ^^  young men, made of fine worsteds, mohairs, cheviots and summer serges. Latest style and workmanship.   It's natural you should want tiie best.  Let  ata  service  us   fill your grocery orders for the  month.     Good    goods.    Good  Low'prices. Prompt delivery.  es  coming  newspaper printed in tho   Botindarv   rflur"������,"irstraruer. *��������������� onir a/, with oni������>-.mKi������iimiii-iit������ r.r  y   j yi hi i.   i.i   iii   nil,    .jjuiiin.liliy      jl������.   Pay bu_iic������ of price on Dolivcrj of your Ordtr Into ><mr  COLlIltrV    frilfl   the   niMfP   1<3     nnlv     f\l\a       """���������    Von ran ilri'������. u������ nunrtly aa up-tnduto (.oiiiioutK.    Vim  L     , ,.      , '* . P"t-������   IS     '"liy      Olie-      cai,,l���������tiret>llchTl.ll..(UnnolwyAnyWh,.rcelii..      Hphxiii l>. w������������:o  hall that of its locul contemporaries.  It is n valuable advertising medium  because its large subscription list  has been obtained, and is maintained, merely on its merits as a  newspaper. It uses no indirect or  questionable methods to secure .sub-  sccribers;  PHONE 30  EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR  Poultry m en  Improve Your Flocks  For Sale���������Fifty S.U.White  Leghorn Cockerels. Bred  for egg production only.  Your choice at $2.00 each.  I������rmihl|>jit.'ri.ufull kliitliut w������nrlii!{n)i|i������rcl. i.uil arrnl'lvtuM ,i| ly  nt Ia������������ than li.il/ u������iul prlcen. hmil a trial ur'lrr. Vou Mill lie  riullffnturi to know how you ran imve iinni|.y ami ftt .aim? tht.������  ilreiw ���������uiartryaiid well by ordi-rliiK frmn Uliinli' Cumimai. <nii  J'okkio.i Sf rn.Y Storiw. bee tlie������������ljarKaitii  J^5^ rONPON > iYLF BLOUS'.S I SKIRTf  fiTp^Sr     Veij miart Urltlili |jnll������������'������tjrli".    White  <5f57#       wai-lillnrlchylll. Hlou-t- with all* eml.i. I-  d������rvd front, turn-down rollar, button cnlta  latfat ������tyl*. and hard-wrarliiK Black >rr;.  bklrt.   'l'ho IwoKaniicntalnrio/.   iih.u.o  K������ek Hzt������, l.-l'/i, H. crJ4'^ IncticH.  Bklrt. iIcpi,, Waist mlii., :'lii.    libin.  1.11,fih. atiln., ysln., 4U11I,  J. A. cTWcCALLUM,  (UtAND KOKK'S,  Ii. G.  /Pi  mk  mm it  ..;.  r������Vy -V  V#V-������- !  Out* War r.ii'ii>'inlna Wtyuaniiitfr eT*rr������rt!H������  Ur ������ar UlutUMIlCe wo^ll, mkI *hi> delivery.  Sliuultl Huy   iiootiM pet loi-t In tran.iit   wa   repUcu them  entirely fri't' uf elmi'ifo.  BRITISH LAtJItS QUWH&  TIir latent  Htyle with i;nu.if<'<l ttlinild^rit.  w.-dyt.itiil cutis.    In /rifthloimblvMcriHViau'd  J'uj ' n m,.teil;U In 'fiui, saxu. Swy find  l*l.ii.k.   state colour am) ilz������    I'Hcm. _()/���������,       t���������  _7/U Miid .J3/*.   Oi'-y* Ltuat ii t'^Huruiiieiitiiad fJ'fBi  IciiHtli uf .Skirt. "J^T^  BRITISH MEN'S SUITS-TO-Y0UR-MEASUR.  Splendid Knfrl ������li ClotliF.   I.nti-it (iittorn*  Allnhadfii   t*elf*3Iranirfnieut V> un  mid   PMUrns  of    Clothx   ?iitt������l y't\\\y  to your ellmfttt* will hv sciit jn-r     xC*\\*  tctarn Mail Stfiuiicr.   If yun arc In   ff  a hurry, oend rlicsr, ikchmih mtut   ,/V   f ii ������ .������-f  itver wiil'tcunt. Icnutli of timiner   ',    V   t^ r f I c?  Ludlbiuvur oidinary diets.  :'V^;  atU:  \  LADIFS A GINTfi Fnoush-MadeBOOTS //  Kni;llnh UonU beat nil for hone** ^-i.  w������;ir, conifort, mid wot ami dust*  proof riu.illtfi'J!. Hniiirt J.ontlon  8tylM, Ijidlen, Jfi/-. (Jciits 17*1  for blze ftivH outldip uf foot and  8ny ml/.e yon wear,  FRF.K  1LHTSTRATKD  LI^T  ���������hnwliij? buiid n'dn of uefnl Artkloi  of W������i((r, .iKwelb'ry, Watcben, Itin^i  ilroutiliur*. Ac, ient to al! i:ti*t<.u>ori  aud ���������uqulrer* on r*qu������it, \i rite to  n\ MASTERS ltp^?  '.?,-k       HOPE     "ItI'  W\     STORES /M*  A      RYE A<&,*>,*���������"(  -Mi2m\b'^^3^t'  ENGLAND  ������l  ������it_iia)iimw*^^

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