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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Feb 13, 1914

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 y iwa niir^wh~n*.ru������i������  *>\  ki^"-T***^h^*������W������������W������WVr^^  t  /P  Kettle YaIl^y;:iG!rdjh^r.aist  THIRTEENTH YEARr-No: 16,  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRlMlJ'������&UARY 13, 1914  '    - - ��������� >   ,''-';;' ���������'���������".'"///  '       - ���������      ������������������   '  $1.00 PER YEAR  Proposed New $1 ;000/)00  iBond Issue Underwritten ���������  \,   ;  - in N/.w York ...  Properties Are " Declared to  ..Be Steady Producers  of "income  Official   announcement   received  laot Friday from   -New   York states  that Hayden & Stone, Bo ton   and  New York bankers, have   consented  to underwrite the proposed $ 1,000,-  000 bond   ssue c'   :he   British Columbia   Copper company, and as a  result   the   stock jumped   to  $4 a  share on the eastern   exchanges, an  advance of $2 in the last   ten  days.  The corporation is to he, reorganized  ��������� under terms agreed   upon  by   pres  ���������    ent   stockholders, who   assert   that  i-.'^he conditions imposed are not only  fair and equitable, but such that the  company   will  .be* enabled to  consummate plans'for   expansion   and  development it has had under consideration for years. ",;  -,  '-  "As   for   its   Mother Lode  and  other properties   British   Columbia  Copper   has   been   operating at  a  profit for many years," says the report. "These have-been steady   income producers, but, unfortuuately,  the   earnings thave been dissipated  the last two years in acquiring  and  exploring a number of new   proper  ties  in   Washington   and    British  Columbia.     In   the   last  eighteen  months the company has spent approximately $550,(,00 in purchasing  and de -loping  new  holdings.    In  the last to years   the   net    earnings  have been not   to exceed $700,000,  i   and it can be seen rea ily  that  this  campaign of   expansion entailed  a  'heavier financial  burden   than   the  company could carry   conveniently,  in view of its limited resources, and  the result was   the depreciation   of  ^    its stock from $8 a share a few years  ago to a low tevel of $2.  "Hayden, Stone & Co.   have  underwritten a proposed bond issue of  #1,000,000 in convertible 6 per cent  debentures.   The matter of issuing  .these bonds, as well as other details  of re-financing the company, will be  submitted to the stockholders  in  a  "few days, and a special meeting will  .be called when the  proposed   plana  doubtless will be ratified."  While   the   proposed plans have  not yet been given out, it is learned  that the British   Columbia   Copper  company,   now   capitalized at $3,-  000,000, will be reorganized into  a  $5,000,000 company. Of the 1,100,-  000 shares of new  stock���������par $o���������  60^,000 shares will be set   aside  to  arrange   for   exchange,   share    for  share at par, of   the   present  stock '  for   the   new stock.    Two hundred  thousand shares of  the new stock,  of the value of $1,000,000, will   be  set aside in the treasury as a reserve  against conversion of the $1,000,000  of 6 per cent convertible bonds  to  be issued.    It   is   inferred that the  remaining   200,000' shares   of the  new stock, left in the treasury,  will  poses in acquiring/ developing   and  equipping- ne,w  .properties.    As  a  matter of fact, the present outstanding shares of British Columbia Copper- totnlg only  591,709, instead of  the authorized 60p,000rsi^that   under  the. scheme  of   reorganization  there will remain   ?'treasury^stock"  amounting'to 208,291 shares of J the  par   vnlue   of   $5. each,  instead of.  20(K 000 shares.' '       -.*   " -" "'  .' The principal   new--properties to  be taken over.by the British Colum-  biaCopper company are   the   Princess group, between forty   and   fifty  claims,   located   on - the  flanks   of  Copper   mountain, - in   the    Voigt  camp, British  Columbia.    Thirteen  of these claims had   been   taken   up-  by the company in  1912.    The  ore  already blocked  out   in this > act is  4,000,000 tons of positive   ore, aver-  IKJUBIB  Council Decides to Treat the  ,  Engineer and the Electrician the Same  aging 1.87 per cent copper, and 4,-  000,000 tons of'probable ore not yet  blocked out The ores.carry 60 per  cent a ton in gold arid silver. It is  -'proposed 'to erect a new, concentrator to handle the product- from the  Copper luounta1 ��������� group, but the  main'smelter of the company at  Greenwood, B. O, will melt' the  concentrates. The company's engineers have already selected a power  site which will be used to develop  hydro-electric power in connection  with the new workings. This power  site is along Whipsaw ere , ,-j tributary of the Similkameen, opposite  Copper; mountain, and about ten  miles from Princeton.  Another    new   property   of   the  British Columbia Copper  company  which is giving considerable satisfaction is the Lone Star and   Washington group   in   Washington, just  across  t e  international    boandary  line, and about eight miles south of  the company's main plant at Greenwood     Nearly 500,000 tons  of- ore  have   been   developed   within  less  than   10 per  cent of the Lone Star  estate   in   the   last year or so, and  further development is now in  progress.    The ore is of a somewhat refractory-nature, and a concentrating  plant   has   been  installed  near the  Dominion Copper company's smelting works at Boundary  Falls, three  miles   from   the   British Columbia  Copper company's smelting works at  Greenwood.    At   this   concentrator  the refractory constituents of the ore  are eliminated.    A big aerial cable  way connects the Lone   Star   mine,  running cross country  to the   concentrator.  Another group of promising holdings, recently taken under option  by the British Columbia Copper  company, is the Eureka group of  claims near Nelson, B. C. The  third payment on the option for this  group was made a couple of months  ago. The company also put a force  of men at work recently on its properties in Wellington camp, purchased in 1909.  Government Is Asked to Assist in Rebuilding North  Fork Bridge  Mayor Gaw and   Aid.   Bonthron,  Bickerton,     Donaldson,    Henniger,  Manly and McCallum were   pre&ent  at the regular bi-weekly  meeting  of  , the city council on   Monday   night.  A   communication' from  the Labour Gazette,-published by the government   at   Ottawa,    asking"   the  council to furnish it  with  statistics'  egariug the   number of  buildings  erected   in   the   city   during 1913,  was, on    motion   of  Aid. Henniger,  ordered filed.  J. H. Patterson asked the-council  for a permit to erect a dwelling on  Miner avenue, opposite the Central  school, and also for permission to  tap the water nfain^^-that point in  ���������order to obtain-water;'-for -building  purposes. The request was granted,  subject to the approval of the board  of works.  The Canadian Westinghouse Co.  offered a reduction of about 20 per  cent on electric meters if the city  would enter into an agreement to  purchase its electric supplies from  the firm, the city agreeing to purchase one hundred meters before  the discount would be allowed. On  motion of Aid. Henniger and Manly,  the matter was laid over until the  next meeting.  Mayor Gaw brought down a resolution which had been drafted, asking the provincial government to  assist the city in rebuilding the  Bridge street bridge across the North  Fork. The resolution was read and  freely discussed. The general opinion of the aldermen was that, the  bridge being on  the interprovincial  TTt; ���������: ;-  city electrician and the city engineer bejeadjusted. At present Mr.  Anderson receives $150 and Mr.  Reid $125 per month.' The offices  were of equal importance, and Mr.  Reid's salary should either be raised  to $150 or Mr. Anderson's lowered  to $125, or the $25 divided between  the two officials. After the matter  had been thoroughly discussed, a  resolution was adopted, on motion  of Aid, Bonthron and McCallum,  to the effect that the salaries of the  two men be equalized; that they  furnish a chart of the system under  their respective department within  two months, and that their salaries,  commencing March 1, be #125 per  month until the said"charts are furnished, and thereafter $137.50 per  month.  Aid. Henniger reported that the  committee���������consisting of himself  and the mayor���������appointed at the  last meeting to select an armory site,  had, in company with Captain  Kirk, - inspected one consisting of  eight lots and another one of four  lots. M/. Kirk had reported the  desirability of each site to headquarters, and nothing more could  done until a reply was received.  After the report of the chairman  of the'finance committee had been  received, " ah\L, the payment of the  monthly accounts had been authorized, the council adjourned.  A Mountain of Ore Running  From $60 to $100 Per  Ton in Values  Inadequate   Transportation  Facilities Is a Drawback  to the Oamp  REiraie  Sam Roper Loses His House  But  Saves the Furniture  highway,  the   government   should  Wolfram-Riese  be used or sold  for   company  pur-  prosperity  Carl ^Wolfram, of Grand Forks,  and Miss Lina Riese, of Strongs  Prairie, Wis., who has been visiting  at the home of Mrs. A. Pocock for  the last month,were quietly married  in Republic on Tuesday. February 10.  Mr. Wolfram is an old-timer of  Forks. He was employed in the  machine shop at the Granby smelter until last summer, when he  engaged in business for himself.  Mr. and Mrs.'Wolfram will make  their home in this city. Their many  friends   wish   them  happiness and  be willing to make a grant for its  construction. Aid. Bonthron said that  $7500 was a conservative estimate of  the cost of a bridge with concrete  piers and wooden superstructure,and  on motion of Aid. McCallum this  amount was inserted in the resolution. The question of a reinforced  concrete bridge was also broached,  but it was thought that the cost  would be prohibitive at the present  time. On motion of Aid. Donaldson and Bonthron, the clerk was instructed to forward copies of the  resolution to Hon. Thomas Taylor,  minister of public works, and to  our local member.  Aid. Henniger drew the attention  of the council to the fact that the  trestle near the Black Hawk barn is  on private property, and that the  street paralleling it should be graded.  Aid. McCallum, chairman of the  water and light committee, in his  report, stated that at present there  were   no  The residence of Sam Roper,  Great Northern trainmaster, located  a couple of blocks below the Sunbeam ranch in the West end, was  burned to the ground late last Friday night. The fire caught in the  roof, from the chimney. The family  were down town at the time, and  Mr, Roper was sitting in the front  room calmly reading a newapaper,  unconscious of the fire, when  the neighbors arrived on the scene  to remove the furniture from the  burning house. All the furniture  was saved. The house was partially  insured. The fire brigade responded to a call, but as the waterworks  system is not extendad to that point,  nothing could be done to save the  house.  A numbar of Grand Forks citizens  have . recently visited the Union  mine in Franklin. They all say the  property is a wonder, and that it is  destined to become one of the greatest mines on this continent. There  is, they declare, a whole mountain  of ore that runs from $60 to $100  per ton in values.  Twelve men are now employed  at the mine, and nine teams, six  double and three single, are engaged  in hauling the ore to Lynch creek.  Two carloads are now shipped week-  la to the smelter in this city. In  spite of the fact that transportation  and treatment charges amount to  about #20 per ton, the owners are  "netting a handsome profit from the  ore.  If Franklin possessed adequate  shipping facilities, it would be the  busiest mining camp in British Columbia today. But even with this  drawback, there is every indication  that there will be a stampede to tbe  camp in the spring.  S  Board of Trade Will Entertain the Citizens in the  Davis Hall  An Intelligent Machine  John Donaldson has installed the  latest thing in cash registers in his  West end store. It came from the  Toronto branch of the National  Cash Register company, cost $675,  and does everything but talk. Mr,  Donaldson thinks it mightjeasily attain this accomplishment if a  phonograph were attached to the  keys. It has four cash drawers-  one for clerk; rings up from lc to  $99; shows how many times each  drawer has been opened; how many  customers   have   been   waited  on;  The committee having in charge  the preparations for tbe board of  trade "smoker" in the Davis hall  tomorrow night, February 14, has  now nearly completed its work.  The indications are that the entertainment will be an unqualified sue:  cess. A program of songs, music,  recitations and speaking will, be  carried, out. The citizens are cordially invited to attend. Everything  will be free.  how many times the drawers have  been opened for change; adds the  amount of the sales; shows all  monies paid on account, and makes  charts in existencr of the.' out receiPts for the same.    It is, in-  watei and electric light systems, and \ deed> an intelligent machine.  recommended that steps be taken to  proenre  the same.    He   also   rec-  ���������erg   a  ommended that the salaries of  the her age  A diplomat is a man who remem-  lady's birthday but forgets  Kavanagh-Brown  John Kavanagh and Miss Laura  Brown, both of this city, were  united in marriage at the home of  the bride's parents on Wednesday  morning, February 10, Rev. M. D.  McKee performing the ceremony.  The bride is the daughter of Mr.  and Mra. J. A. Brown, of this city,  and is a very popular and most estimable young lady, while the groom  is a rising young business man, being the Benior partner in the firm of  Kavanagh & McCutcheon. The  young couple left immediately  after tbe ceremony for a short wedding tour to Spokane and other  points. On their return they will  take up their residence in Mr.  Aik ens'house, near Holy Trinity  church. THE SUN, GRAj&D. FOKKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA  V''  /  RACE   BETTERMENT  National Conference to be Held at  Battle Creek  Baltic. Creek," "Michigan.���������Tlygiariista  who are Trying to improve'living cohdK  tlons to favor the individual, and.eug-  enists, who propose to up-build the individual to withstand unfavorable living conditions will merge theories and  efforts to produce a better race ot!  men. Leading authorities on eutlien-  ics and eugenics will; take part'in. the  National Conference on Race Betterment lo be held in Battle' Creek, .Tan-  nary 8-12, 1914. - -~"   '  Despite the broad scope, of work undertaken by the C02 ference, it is not  expected chat any quixotic reforms  will be advocated although radical  recommendations are anticipated.  Whatever reforms the Conference hope  to efface will be effected through a  gradual process of evolution, under  the direction of a permanent New  Race Institute to be founded during  the forthcoming meeting.  Various remedial agents, such r.s  the sterilization of the criminal insane, health certificates as a condition  precedent to marriage, better"care for  . delinquent youth and more rational  marriages will be discussed  The Conference will also establish  - general standards of physical and mental perfection, through experimental  tests with several hundre-1- children  !rom the public schools. _-  Borax in the Laundry  The uses of refined borax are manifold. It. is infinitely better than soda  for washing purposes. It may be  used in the proportion of a,large handful to ten gallons of boiling water, and  will effect a great saving in soap. If  you are about to wir,h delicate laces  or cambric use an extra quantity of.  powder. The effect of borax is to" soften the hardesv. water, nnd being a neutral salt, it does not in the slightest  degree injure the texture of linen or  any other delicate material washed  with it.  Rubbers and  Over-Sloeklngs In One.  Eujr to put on tnd take off. Tit mil  ���������Loolc wall���������Wear ir������U.' All ili������������ tor  women ������n4 cblldran.  Eur Ui������ni ao4 protoct yourself *nd  ^ family from winter UJi. ���������    *  CinatiliB Conso'ldaled RubberCo.  Uralled, Monlre:  The Strength of Tiny Creatures  When compared -with the strength  of man, the strength of an insect is  wonderful, the iittle ant can carry  a load .'forty;', or fifty times as heavy as  himself, and the ordinary beetle can  propel a burden a hundred times its  own weight. The insignificant house  fly gives a hundred strokes^ of - his  wings in about -two seconds/ thus enabling him to go a distance of thirty-  1 five feet in that time-.   ��������� '    ���������  Perhaps the most wonderful of- all  insects is 'the' dragon fly. It goes  through the air at the rate of, sixty  miles an.hour and-can stop instantly,  or change its course- backward or sider  ways without lessening its' speed or  changing die position of its body.  One little honey-bee will hang suspended from a limb, while from his  body a hundred others will depend���������  one holding to another/ chain fashion;  and one cannot see that the first bee  wavers or finds his load heavy.  Darwin on Marriage'  ��������� A newspaper correspondent recalls  the" following ��������� early advocacy ��������� of eugenic marriages ' from' Darwin's ''Descent tpf, Man.' ' - <������������������.".���������>���������  ���������j.'Mari" scans with scrupulous care  tho'charaeler and pedigree of his cattle and dogs before he matches them;  but when he comes to his own marriage lie rarely or never lakes any  such care. , Jle is impelled by nearly  the same motives as the lower animals  when they are left fo their own free  .choice, though he is in so" far superior  to them that he highly values m*mla:  charms and virtues. On the other  hand'he is strongly attracted by mere  wealth and- rank. Yet he might by  selection do something not only for  bodily constitution. and frame' of his  offspring, but for their intellectua1 and  moral qualities. Both sexes ought to  refrain from marriage if. they are in  any marked degree inferior, in body or  mind; but such hopes are Utopian, and  will never be even partially realized  until the laws of inheritance are thoroughly- known. Every one does_good  service who aids toward this end.'  I  REMINGTON  ���������sm$>  eS  ���������&  ||S&-, (CANADIAN   made fr6m  our- new  '���������=\    , \������s factory at Windsor, Ontario.      '     '������������������  T~~*T' ���������      Try Remington'-UMG Arrow arid "Nitro,  - ,L'   Glubs this season1. '��������� Their absolute reliability'/  ��������� has made them the choice of sportsmen ail ovt/-'  Canada,,   The highest priced ammunition solft  in the Dominion.'   Wc have yet to find thekecu  sportsman who balks at paying the price.  Certain details of manufacture are a little more rigidly watched in  _ _     .   Remington-UMC   shotihells.    May we send you a booklet simply  explaining these and other technical points?   Your name and address on a postcard will bring it by return mail. 7  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario,  Storms of Lif3  As storm following .storm and wave  succeeding wave give additional hardness to the shell that incloses the  pearl, so do the storms and waves of  life add force to the character of man.  Flag Bunting Test  The United States government's  test for color in bunting is* six hours'  immersion in salt waiter and six hours'  exposure to the sun.  A Hint to Brides  it before acknowledging her. wedding  presents the bride will provide herself  with an illustrated catalogue, she will  have no difficulty in identifying unfamiliar pieces'of silver and calling them  by their right names in her notes of  ���������thanks. Each season brint,.^ its novelties and, especially away from the  shopping centres, the young woman is  sometimes bewildered by the plateaux,  the sandwich tongs, .the sliced lemon  fork, the teapot tile and such newer  things that come to her. The bride  was much perplexed by a silver acorn  with a screw underneath until a catalogue was produced and it was discovered t- be a Dutch cheese knob.  Oil that works well--as a fuel in engines of certain types has been produced in Sweden from shale and slate.  A Faint Hearted Poet  Samuel Rogers, the English poet,  whose house in London was noted as  a literary center, -was very fond of  the society of ladies and was a great  favorite ..with them. ��������� Yet he never  married and in his latter years he used  to regret not having done so. Rogers'  nearest approximation to the nuptial  tie was with a girl whom he thought  to be t'he most beautiful he had ever  seen. At the end of the London season she said to him at a ball, I go  tomorrow to Worthing. He did , not  go with her. Some months afterward  being at Itanelagb, he saw that the attention of every one was drawn, to-  -ward a large party that had just entered, in the.center of which was a  lady leaning on the arm of her husband. Stepping forward to see this  wonderful beauty, he found it was his  love. She merely said: You never  came to "Wort: ing.  If j'ou don't believe a *v*omari can  keep a secret, just ask her age of one  on the shady side of 30.  Lives Sold for Money  Within, the last year a score of men  worth millions have died before 'they  reached 50. The most recent instance  is that of a Chicago man who left ?30,-  000,000 at the age of 47.  It is not always safe, to t-.-ust reports, but in this case they seem to  agree'that the ��������� strain of overwork  broke him ."own. He inherited a  large, business and he felt obliged to  carry its burden.  In modern business there is one  great- fact which men are slowly finding put.  No man can do it all.  By proper system and organization  he can multiply himself many times  and still save himself. No matter  how big a man may be, he is a failure  if he thinks he must be always on  hand to-run his shop. The 'test of efficiency is the running of the machine  while the boss is out playing golf or  courting the fresh air for his health  and for a workingman's appetite.  Grinding one's life out before 50 for  dollars is a tragedy. Even .though the  profits he measured in millions, it is  not worth it.  .. Scientific Management Again .  Our boss is a'crank on efficiency.  What's he up to  now?  Trying to teach the stenographer  to. chew her gum in 'two movements  less per minute to the lower jaw  It All   Depends  Teacher���������Now, i.boys, here's a little  example in mental arithmetic. How  old would a person be who was born  in 1875.  Pupil���������Please teacher, was it a man  or a woman? .  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury, x  as mercury vrril surely destroy the cense of nmoli  and completely derange the whole system wheu  entering It" through, tho mucoua surfaces.: ' Such  artlol-y sooulJ never be used except on prescriptions 'jom reputable physicians, as the damr.ee they  will do Is ten Jold to tho good you can possibly derive from them. .Hall's Catarrh;Cure, manufactured  by F. J. .Chenoy & Co., Toledo. O.. contains no mercury, and la takon internally, actlns directly upon  the blood and mucous surfaces, ot the .system. Id  buying Hall'i Catarrh Cure boVsure": you get till  genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo  Ohio, by F. J. Cheney. & Co* Testimonials firee.  Sold by Drueir\:ts. Prlcfv 7$c. per bottle  Take Hall's Fatni'v Vill? for <*">risMpattoa.V  Still i:i  Use  ��������� Hov about that garden hose I loaned  you last summer?  I still have.it, old man.  Can't I get it back?  Yes, but not now, I had it all coiled  up and a turkey built a nest and went  to setting m it.  As a verp-i'.c'de there in no preparation that'equals'Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator. It has sr.ved the lives  of countless children.  'Makes " Home-Brighter;  and> Lab.gr:'' 'Lighter:  A P/*3te ItheRF.DalleyGuJ No Dust  No Waste I Hamilton, Canada I No Rust  His Mistake  She was a^plump widow, with two  charming daughters. She had been  a 'relict' just a year, and was beginning to wer.r her 'weeds' lightly. All  the same, when the new curate called  upon her she sighud: An' I feel the  loss of my poor, dear husband very  much. I never have any appetite for  anything now. The curate Was all  sympathy, and In the endeavor to cheer  her by pointing out what a comfort to  her her daughters must be, replied: I  r>.n quite understand th:-', but you are  solaced in���������   .  Sir, interrupted the indignant lady.  Allow m- to infor.i you that I am not  laced in at all.  TAKE NOTICE  Hoods of the Colleges  If you have taken a degree in divinity at Oxford, you are entitled to  wear a red hood  The speaker was Ethelbert Reed,  the Duluth psychologist. - He continued: "   ���������  Wearing a red hood myself, I take  a natural interest in hood stories.  There is' one about a man who complained to hiJ bishop-that So-and-So,  though not of Oxford, was weaving a  master's hood. .  And I call it. bishop, said the complainant bitterly, wear.'ig a lie on his  back. _  ��������� Oh. don't use so strong \* word as  that, said the bishop. Just call it a  false hood.  A Poser^  Mentor���������Consider tho owl. He's a  bird of wisdom, and-he gets his reputation" by keeping silent.  Stcntor���������How about the screech owl.  Easy Mark  Madge���������'l hear he's very sweet on  you.  Marjorie���������Rath .t. He's .good for  about two pounds of.candy every week.  A   Significant   Name  What arc you thinking:about," Miss  Wombat?   . :   :.  - Of your name, Mr. Huggins.  My name? .���������..'..-..  Yes, as Shakespeare says, is there  anything in a name? , .  He showed her there was.  Telephones in Jerusalem  A Bell telephone system has just  been installed in Jerusalem by the  Ottoman government for its own use.  There are ten stations connecting the  government house with the courthouse  and military headquarters and several police stations. Application has  been made for a public telephone service in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Bethle-  I hem.  The itching-, burning, suffering and  loss of sleep caused by eczemas,  rashes and irritations of the skin  and scalp arc at Once relieved and  permanent skin health restored in  most cases by warm baths with  Cuticura Soap followed by gentle  applications of Cuticura Ointment.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment aro sold throiurnont  tho world. A liberal sample of each, with 32-pago  booklet on the euro and treatment of the nkln and  scalp, scut, post-free. AddrcsH Putter Drug it Chum.  Corp., JJcrH. 12K, Boston, U.S.A.  W. N. U. 983  Welding Copper  A  process  of welding copper with  the oxyacetylene flame has been developed by a German inventor.     He has  .found it necessary to use larger torch-1  J es than for iron welding, but in general the process is dmilir, except that  he employs a liquid welding paste and  a special copper welding wire.     The;  paste prevents the formation of oxide.  The process has been used for welding  copper plates up to an inch in thickness.   The process as being used in  the principal copper works    in    Germany with great success.  A Daniel Come to Judgment  But, judge, protested Dingley, I do  not see how you can fine me ?50 on  the testimony. This constable says 1  was exceeding the speed limit, and I  say I wasn't. He hasn't brought any  ���������witnesses to substantiate his claim.  They's suthin' in that, said tho  judge, and I reckon we'll hev to compromise. Yo . pay the $50 now, nnd  some time, when you're passin' this  way again jest let your old car out  for all she's wuth, and we'll call it  square.  Tho smallest conscript in France is  probably Eugene Espagnol. of Louinea \  near Tours.     lie stands 3ft Tin, in his'  stockings, and turns tho scales at 42  (poundf1, or just three stone.  We publ'sh simple, straight -testimonials, not pres-j agents 'interviews,  from well-known people.  From all over America they testify  to the merits of MINARD'S LINIMENT, the ber-J: of Household Itemed-  iGS.  MINARD'S  LINIMENT CO.,  Limi'to.l.  A Moth Dispeller  Turpentir is a sure preventive  against moths. By ("ropping a trifle  in drawers, t'unks an*, cupboards it  will ender the garments safj from  injury. I' will i-.lso keep ants from  closets and storerooms if :i few drous  are py1- in the corners and upon the  shelves. It is sure desti'uction to all  sorts of vermin' and will drive them  away from the various articles of furniture. - It does not injure, either furniture or clothing. One tablespbonful  added to a bucket of warm water is  excellent for cleaning painted woodwork.  The teacher, who was giving the  primary class a nature talk, inquired:  Johnnie, how does a bee. sting?  Johnnie,; a graduate from the school  of experience, replied with emphasis:  Awful! "'"  Cut squares of wh:-o cilcloth and  put under th< children' plates and  save the tablecU"..  A tearpoonful of gossip will taint,a  kettleful of    ure  truth.  Try    Murine   Eye    Remedy  If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart  ���������Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists Sell  Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid; 25c, 50c.  Murine Eye Salve iu Aseptic Tube3,  25c,  50c.    Eye  Books  Free  by  Mail.  An Kyo Tonic Oood for All Eyeo thai Meed Caro  Murine  ������70 Remedy Co.,  Chicago  A  Number of  Heirlooms  -General Putman once slept in-"that  bed. volunteered the landlord.  Urn. '  . .        ���������      '  And sat . 1 that very chair you are  now sitting in.  And refused .to e:.t this ham sandwich, I suppose, interrupted the tourist. Well, 1 Con't think I want it  either.  Gender  " A woman teacher was explaining  gender to a ������'.'adu_of young children  as visitors entered. They begged her  to continue, as th-jy would be delighted to hear the children's replies. ...  Children,   she  asked,   what  is  girl,  woman, man':  One little nan    "was so eager,  she  appealed to the owner proudly.  Well, Artie?  Artie rose to the occasion.  Girls  is  females,   woman's a  male  and man's a human bear.  Jones���������Has Brown t- running account at the store? .:  Smith���������I think not, for the grocer  says it is stU star ding.  In still air a pigeon can fly 1200  yards a minute, with a br3eze. 1500  yards and with a strong -wind 2,000  yards.  Ebony Backed brushes  When you clean the otony brushes  on your toilet table rub petroleum jel-  lj over the backs before you wash th������  bristles, as this prevents "the soda or  ammonia in the water from injuring  che ebony. - ��������� The jelly should afterward be" removed by polishing th������  back',with a 'dry cloth.  ^���������Entertainment for All  A pretty .'girl    can    get    a    lot   08  entertainment out of her mirror,..observed an 'exchange.  . True! -    So can a .olain    girl    "Who  thinks she is pretty.  No  Deception .  Wife���������You deceived me. When yoi?  married me yoiKsaid; you had a job on  the road.  Hub���������Well,  so I have;   only it's a,  lonfe' time in arriving.  w,  A Freethinker  Willie���������Paw, what is ^'freethinker?  Paw���������An unmarried man, my son.  Maw���������You go '���������o bed, Willie.  The Beauty of a Clear Skin.���������The'  condition of the liver regulates" the  condition of the blcod. A disordered,  live.: .causes impurities in the blood  and these show themselves in blemishes on th e skin, y Parnclee's Vegetable Pills in acting upo.i the liver ac'c  upon the blood and a clear, healthy  skin will follow intelligent use of this  standard medicine. Ladies, who will  fully appreciato this prime quality ->������  these pills, can use ^hem with the certainty that the effect -will he moafi  gratifying.  Courtier and  Poet  Louis  XIV,   having  shown sEoileau  scmo verses o. his own composition,  demanded   his   candid   opiuion  about  them. -  1 Sire, answered the poet, your majesty wished to write poor lines and you  did ib so -welt", -l.at you pr ved that  in thing is impossible to your majesty.  Changes  You will admit a wbo mm sometimes, changes his mind.  Yes, replied: Senator Sorghum.. He  also change;: his wardrcbo. But'itt  doing so he avoids popular attendoa  as much   -.5; possible.  Can any little boy, askcl tho new  teacher, tell me the difference between  a lake and  an ojpan?  I can, replied Edward, whose "wisdom bad beer, learned from experience. Lakes m,c> much pleasanter to  swallow wher������ you fp.L in..  Though the door of a vault In &  New York bank weighs 40 tons it is so  carefully balanced that it can be opened and closed with a man's finger.  Along with dyspepsia comes nervousness; sleeplessness and general ill health. Why? Because a. disordered stomach does not permit  the food to be assimilated and carried to the blood. On the other-hand,  the blood is charged with poisons which come from this disordered  digestion. In turn, the nerves are not fed on good, red blood and we '  eee those symptoms of nervous breakdown. , It is not head work that  does it, but poor stomach work. With poor thin blood the body is not  protected against the attack of germs of grip���������bronchitis���������consumption.   Fortify the body now with  DR. PIERCE'S  IS A _BOOK_6F 1008-PAGES^m^W^%0^^^?i^dI^^  BMCMMmcS  1 IS A  g PHf  g HOR  an alterative extract from native medicinal plante, prescribed in both liquid  and tablet form by Dr. R. V. Pierct, over 40 years aco.  More than iO years of experience has proven it* ������uperior worth M an Invigorating stomach tonic and blood pnrlrier. It invigorates and rcjrulatei  the stomach, liver nnd bowels, nnd through them tho wholo system. It can  now also bo had In sugar-coated tablet form of most dealers In medicine.  If not, send 60 cents In ono-ccnt stamps for trial box to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'  Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y.  .The Comin-on Sense Medical Adviser  PHTSIOLOGY, HYGIENE. ANATOMY, MEDICINE AND IS ArCQMPXJEXI!  HOME PHYSICIAN.  Send60one-centatampg to RV.Ptorcet8utfalo. N. Y.  -<  i  I  M  ts;  I  ���������A  V  m  M ]>r<?>  THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Most people would be  benefited by the , occasional use of  Na-Drn-Co  laxatives  Gently, thoroughly, and  without discomfort, they free  the system of the waste  which poisons the blood and  lowers the vitality. 25c. a  bos:, at your Druggist's.  National Drug and Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limited.    ,176  Unconscious Memory  -  The memory: of. sleepwalkers is occasionally prodigious. under the iufiu-  ������nce of the dominating, impulse that  anoves'them.;' There is an instance of  a-poor and illiterate basket maker,  who was unfable to read or write, yet  ��������� Sn a state, of sleep he would preach  auent sermons, which were afterward  recognized as having formed portions  ������f discourses he was accustomed to  Sear in the parish church as a child  snore than forty years before. Quite  as strange a case of 'unconscious memory'-s referred to by Dr. Abercromble.  A grl, given to sleepwalking was in  the habit of imitating the violin with  her lips, giving the' preliminary tun-  Jng and scraping and flourinshing.with  'the utmost fidelity.- It puzzled the  physician a" good'deal until he ascertained that when a child sL\- lived in  a room adjoining a fiddler who often  performed on his violin in her hearing.  . .   Mission cf the Russian Fleet  A Russian fleet under command of  ���������Admiral Lesoffsky lay in Mew York  harbor during the winter of 1803-4,  and another was In San Francisco harbor for the sar-'.e period. Thurlow  Weed is authority for the statement  that Farragut in his presence at dinner asked Lesoffsky why lie was idling  the winter away. Tho Russian answered, I am here'under sealed orders,  to bo broken only in a contingency  that has not yet occurred. In general conversation he allowed it to appear that tho particular contingency  was that a foreign power should attack-the United-States.''��������� The'same  authority' records, a confirmation . of  this matter by Prince Gortschakoff in'  St; Petersburg, who showed-the Czar  Alexander's own order. -.   --- -  NO MORE NEURALGIA  HEADACHE CURED  Journalist Tells cf The    Advantage  of keeping Nerviline Handy  on trie Shelf  The family at the supper table had  been discussing a horse,.frightened'-by  an "automobile.into running away.. After silently listening for a while, little  Mary finally looked up from her plate.  ' I don't blame horses, she said, for  being 'faid of automobiles. You would  too, if you were a horse.  Why, Mary? asked her father.  Well, said Mary, wouldn't you be  scared if you sa^-a.pair of pants coming along the road without a man in  them.  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows  Magnet to Find a Lost Needle  Jime and again every woman who  sews at all has dropped her needle,  and only through diligent search has  she discovered the shining bit of steel  close at hand. A' magnet ,is very helpful in finding a lost needle, but few  women provide their sewing basket  ���������with this useful accessor': ' Some one  realizing these two things, -h?.s put a  'thimbhxon the market provided with  a tiny magnet. The needle.lost, one  ha3 the magnet at/hand. . She has  only to run the-thimble about and  soon will be rewarded by finding the  truant noodle clinging to the. tiny  piece of magnetized steel.  SAFE TONIC  !Tt7.  Dread of Asthma makes countless  thousands miserable.- Night after  night the attacks return and even  when brief respite is given the mind  is still in torment from continual anticipation. Dr. J. D. .Kellogg'j Asthma  Remedy changes all this. Relief  comes and at once, while future attacks are warded off, leaving the afflicted one ina state of peace and happiness he once believed he could never  enjoy. Inexpensive and sold almost  everywhere.  The Word 'Book'  it is generally believed that we owe  td tho Romans the word 'book,' but  such is not t"Ie case. We get the  word from our Saxon or Danish ancestors. Long before this wonderful day,  ���������when bundles of ugly looking rags are  turned into beautiful white paper, our  worthy ancestors wrote their accounts  and calendars and histories on wood,  bark and parchment. In the north  the boc, or beech, wos the tree generally employed for this purpose as it  grew plentifully and had an excellent  fibre. They called a bit of writing en  thi3 wood 'boc,' and from it came the  word 'book.'  Where are you going, my pretty maid?  I'm going parading, you    mutt,    she  said. ,  And what is the axe for my pretty  maid?  Why,  to bust tho sho? windows, of  course, she said.  Then  I won't delay you,, my pretty  maid,  You'd better not try to, old boy, she  said.  They Were   Long  Enough  A Yankee, seeing a   Irishman bringing a prize dog to    the   show   yard  thought he would ~ave a joke at the  Irishman's expjnse.  I say, Paddy, he beg&i, do you expect that dog to wijr a prize? Look  at his legs, man; they are far too short  for the size of his body.  ��������� Pat���������Sure, his legs reach the  ground and that's all he wants.  When a lamp flame begins to flicker  put it out quickly, or th'e/e may bo ^n  explosion. It is the half-filled lamp  that generates gas and explodes.  A conceited man is ri-aver so happy  as when he is given an opportunity  to place his conceit on exhibition.  And There is Nothing Better Than Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Toning up  Garget   In ^  Bjood  It is said that woman's work is' never done, and it is a fact that whether  in society or in the home "her life is  filled with mere cares and more worries than falls to th lot <.t man. For  this reason women are compelled regretfully to watch -the growing pallor,  of their cheeks, the coming of wrinkles  and the thinness that becomes more  distressing every day. Every woman  knows 'that-ill health and worry is a  fatal'enemy to beauty, and that good  health gives the plainest "face" an enduring attractiveness.  What women faii- to realize is the  fact that if the blood supply is kept  rich and pure, the day of the coming  of wrinkles, and pallor, dull eyes and  sharp headaches is immeasurably postponed. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are  literally worth their weight in gold to  growing girls and women of mature  years. They fill the veins with the  rich, red blood that brings brightness  to the eye, the glow of health to sallow-cheeks, .and charms away the headaches and backache that render the  lives of. so many women constantly  miserable.  Mrs. William Jones, Cror/ Lake,  Ont., says: "I feel that Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills saved my life. I was so  badly run down that I could hardly  drag myself around. I.was,so bloodless that I was as pale as a sheet,  and you could almost see through my  hands. In fact the doctor told me my  blood had all turned to water. I was  taking medicine constantly, but without benefit. My mother had so much  faith in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that  she bought m' two boxes and urge J  me to: take them. TIow thankful I am  that I followed her advice. Before  these were'gone I began to feel better,  and I continued usinL the Pills until I  had taken five more boxes when I  was again enjoying the blessing of perfect health, with a good color in my  face, a good appetite, and I feel sure a  new lease of life. I will always, you  may be sure, be a warm friend of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills."  If you are weak or ailing begin to  cure yourself to-day with the rich red  blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually inake. If you do not find the Pills  .at your dealer's send 50 cents for a  box or $2.50 for six boxes to the Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont'.', and they will be sent you by mail,  pest- paid. :  ���������    '' Dirigible Balloons  The dirigible balloon is by no, means  a modern invention, as many people  seem to think. As a matter- of 'fact,  as long ago as 1784 General Meusnier  proposed the construction of an elongated balloon which might be propelled  through the air. Experiments were  made with it by two brothers named  Robert, who made several ascents and  attai-ed a speed of three miles an  hour, though-Uie method of propulsion  was only aerial cfvs worlc:d by hand.  Nothing further Wi.s attempted until  1852, when Henri Giffar.1 built dirigibles which, bj means of a light steam  engine, he propelled at nearly seven  miles an hour, and since then various  experiments have been made which  ultimately ended in the wonderful triumph of Zeppelin.  Fifty years ago Nerviline was used  from coast to coast and, in thousands  of houses this trusty liniment served  the entire family, cured all their minor  ills and kept the doctor's bill small.  To-day Nervilin-, still holds first rank  in Canada, among pain-relieving remed.-  ies���������scarcely" a homo you can find that  doesn't use it.  ��������� From Port, Hbpe, Ont., Mr. W. T.  Greenaway, of the ..Guide newspaper  staff, writes: "For twenty years we  havo used Nerviline in our home, and  ���������not for the world would, we be without it. As a remedy ."for all pain, earache, toothache, cramps, headache,  and disordered stomach I know of no  preparation so useful and quick to relieve as Nerviline."  Let every mother give Nerviline a  trial; it's good for children, "good for  old folks���������you can rub it on as a liniment or take it internally.  Wherever there .is pain, Nerviline  will cure it. Refuse anything but  Nerviline. Large family bottles, 50c;  trial size, 25c, at all dealers, or The  Catarrhozone Co., Buffalo, N.Y., and  Kingston, Ont.  To Repair and Freshen Gloves  A-neat and durable method of mend-  inggloves is to buttonhole around the  edges of the tear or hole in-the glove  .before drawing the side;; of the worn  place together..-The mending stitches will not-then he so likely to tear  out, says the Philadelphia North American.  When cleaning white kid gloves, put  one of the gloves upon the hand (the  other hand must be left free to "do  the work) and immerse in a basin of  gasoline.' Wet .a small soft' brush  with the liquid nad rub upo: it a good  white soap." Scrub the glove gently  with the soap and gasoline, rinse in  clean gasoline and hang in the shade  t dry. Fix the ether glove in the  same- manner. Be sure to keep away  from fire or light. The rinsing gasoline may be returned to a separate  bottle for future us.; in washing, but  not rinsing, gloves. The- soapy gaso-  li: is, of course, thrown away. Gently pull and stretch the gloves, after  they are dry, before attempting to put  them on the hands.  Many   Uscleso Garments | P���������*  Fortunately city Hats iiave not  thej|  storage room   which old homes  were! I  wont to  have       And  yet Low  many  boxes  and  unused  trunks',, and  upper  shelves there are in closet    that arei  filled   with   useless    clothing,    wurmj  coats" that might, bo keeping less fastidious shoulders warm,    good,    well  made  dresses   that  would   warm   the  heart, as  well  as   the  body  of  some  less fortunate girl than th^ one who  bought them and has laid them aside  for a possible repairing some day. How  many garments have you stored away  whichh might.be used?  The question of disposing of oiu of.  date garments: isn't so :.iuch whether  or not you can possibly use them sonie:  time as whether you need that particular bit of apparel cr whether you can  get along without it. Haven't you  laid a gown away with the best intentions of getting at it and remodelling  it and then found it carefully..wrapped  up, absolutely useless to you, at your  next session of house cleaning? -  Wouldn't it have been much better  to have decided about the gown immediately, and if its remodeling promised to incur more timo and labor  than you felt you could give it would  not it have been far more sensible to  have given it to some one who could  use ���������' and to whom it would have  meant something?  Don't be a dog in tho manger about  your possessions. Siia.e the blessing  that you have, even if they are only  the blessings of a few shelves of discarded clothing.  Pain Flees Beforre It.���������There h  more, virtue in a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil as a subduer of pain  than in gallons of other medicine. The  public know this and there are few  households " throughc ut the country  where it cannot be found. ' Thirty  years of use has familiarized the people with it, and made it a household  medicine throughout the .western  world.   ;...  Caus-s and Effect  It must be great to be a man! One  dress suit lasts you for years and  years, and a woman must have a new  gown for every party.  That's why one dress suit lasts  man for your3 and years.  A Typhoon In Japan  My room on the second floor rooked and swayed, and -it seemed as  though the building could not hold together. After awhile I grew accustomed to the motion and the noise of  breaking, glass . and dropped off to  sleep, but -'. terrific crash right by my  ear brought me up with a 'start. The  sheet iron shutters of niy windows  had finally- succumbed to the fury of  the gale and although fully.eight inches outside of the i,lass, had bent in  until the windows; sash and all, lay  shattered on the floor. A drenching  torrent whirled in through the crack  between the resisting shutters, seized  a screen and hurled it clear across  the room on to my bed and then seized the bed and bounced-it-savagely  up and down. Then part of the roof  took leave and slid past my window  with the nerve racking clatter of coal  pouring into an empty steel bin.  By dawn the typhoon was satisfied  with what it had done and moved on  out to sea. I retrieved my saturated clothes and went downstairs.  It is a pathetic mistake  to accept drugs or alco~ ya  holic mixtures when nature  craves nourishment to repair  the wasted body and restore  the vigor of health.  For forty years the best physicians have relied on thewhole-  some predigested nourishment  in Scott's Emnlsionwhichistotally  free from alcohol or opiates.  Scott's Emulsion sharpens  the appetite���������renews blood���������  nourishes nerves���������strengthens  bones and restores the courage  of health to make life bright.  Scott's Emulsion sets in action  the very forces that promote health;  it is-pare, rich strength. 13-so  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria  Labor Saving  Postmen  One of the. sights to be remembered in Portugal, said the Rev. H. O.  Fen ton; lecturing at the Royal Photographic society, was that of the postman delivering his letters among the  congregation at church on Sunday,  thereby saving himself many a weary  walk.  Boil Soda in It  When the inside of a silver teapot  starts to tarnish, the following idea is  very good to make it look like new,  according to the Chicago JournaL Put  a huge piece of washing soda into the  teapot and fill with boiling water.  Then boil for one hour over a spirit  lamp and you will find it become as  bright inside as out, and the soda will  not injure the silver in any way.  Bad Blood' ���������   is the direct and inevitable result of  Irregular or constipated bowels and  c!ogged-up kidneys and skin. The  undigested food and other waste matter which is allowed to accumulate  poisons the blood and the whole  *ystem. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills  net directly on the bowels, regulating  them���������on the kidneys, giving them  ease and strength to properly filter the  blood���������and on the skin, opening up  the pores. For pure blood and good  gicalth take  >E&<  III',  orse's    "  oot  Pilla  W. N. U. 983  York res-  seated at  how    are  Mr. Evans entered aNei  taurant and saw a friend  one of the. tables.   .  Hello, Lovcall, he said,  you?  Oh, pretty well, replied Loveall.  What are you doing now? inquired  Evans.  Well, when I came In hero, said  Lovell, about two hours ago I was not  in business, but I've changed since  then.     I am a waiter now.  If white potatoes are inclined to turn  black Avlth cooking try ."cling a few  drops of vinegar in the water.  Putting a coat of varnish on the  linoleum yearly will make it last for  years and look bright ;ind tu-"-  New Year  Are you  acquainted with  trie sweet, toasty flavor of  ���������crisp krinkles of choice  Indian Corn���������toasted to a  delicate golden brown-ready  to eat direct from  package?  Wholesome,      convenient  and   immensely  appetizing.  Ask   the   grocer-man  ���������anywhere  Canadian Postum Cereal Company,  Ltd., Windsor, Ont.  The  Word   Improve  Improve at first meant to rebuke, to  condemn or disapprove. In the  French it means precisely the opposite of the/English word. Milton  uses it in the sense of increase. Only  in the course of age did it take on the  present signification of bettering..  Very   True.  Do not talk about yourself in company. It can be done so much more  satisfactorily after you havo left.  A H.'3dless Husband  They say that marriage is a community'of interests, but my husband  has no consideration for me. Yesterday lie lugged a total stranger home  for dinner. Not a word of warning.  Is that any way to treat a wife?  Oh, that wasn't so reprehensible.  You could easily rustle up something  for dinner.  But there wasn't a tiling, in the  house. I had lost the market money  at bridge.  Answers for ihe Anxious  It is not always justifiable or even  necessary to lie when shown your  friend's new baby. If it Is as ugly as  sin tell him that it looks exactly like  its father.  Young Husband���������Never use that old  gag about having a cup with a sick  friend. There isn't even a young  bride ti.at will believe it since the  vaudeville artists havo used it so  often.  Lovelorn���������Try a box of chocolates.  If that won't stop the grouch there is  no hope.  No Waste  The minister's wife was busily engaged one afternoon on mending the  family c'othes whei a neighbor called  for a friendly chat. Afte." a few moments of news and -gossip the caller  remarked .is she began to inspect a  basket of miscellaneous buctons: You  seem to be unusually well supplied  with buttons of all kina". Why, there  is one like my husband had on his last  winter's suit. indeed, said the minister's wife with a slight smile. Well,  all these buttons were found in the  contribution box, and I '".bought I might  as well make some use of them. What  ���������must you go? \VclJ, goodbye. Come  again soon.  Unsociable  Gabe���������Smith is an unsociable cuss,  isn't lie?   Stove���������Should say so.   Why  that guy  wouldn't  even  talk  in  tils  sleep.  A  Tall  Story  The long leggedtst man we know  is our friend IT. Bingha' Palmer. He  can take steps above five feet long,  in spite of which he is devoted to  ho.-se back riding.  Recently he came into the office to  chat awhile, and wo noticed that he  limped. v .  -Corn? was asked sympathetically.  Nope��������� accident, he answered,. as  answers one who clresn't care to talk  about something. That aroused our  curiosity, and we couldn't help showing" it, probably, for he sighed and confessed: ���������  I was riding through fche park Monday, and I was just riding" along and  riding along and not thinking of anything in particular, and my foot slipped out of the .ilirrup.  Well?  Well, the darn horse stepped on it!  quickly stops  coughs,  thi throat and luncs.  cures colds, and  heals  ::       28 cents.  A Merciful Farmer  A young lady from the city was going one summer to make her first visit  to a cousin in the country. At the  station she was met by the cousin, and  afler a half hour's drive he told her  they were approaching- his farm.  In one of the broad fields that met  the young lady's attentive eye stood a  windmill, and gathered around it,  some standing and somo reclining,  were several hogs.  Well, that beat anything I ever  heard of! exclaimed .the fair one. I  didn't know that you farmers were s/  considerate.  What does? Queried the farmer.  That over yonder, replied the city  girl, pointing a pretty finger. Just  think of having a ian out in the field  to keep those hogs ccol.  Chop leftovers of steak, roasts or  stews very fine; then grease a deep  pie dish; put a luyor of cold mashed  potatoes in th bottom, then a layer of  meat, then a layer of bread crumbs:  sprinkle with salt and pepper; put  here and there a few pieces of butter;  moisten with half a cup of beef gravy,  then another layo: of "otatoes. Bake  in a moderate ovei: for h If an hour  and you have, a palatablo luncheon  dish.  It isn't necessary for a man to have  money to burn in order to keep the  pot boiling.  Women are not allowed to practice  law in England but they keep the men  busy at it.-  COMPLETELY CURED  OF DYSPEPSIA  'By Ha-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  Wc are continually hearing from1  grateful people who have had crperi-'  cuccs like that of Miss Alice E. Cooper,'  of Niagara Falls, Ont., who writes:  "I" wish-to express my gratitude to'  you for the benefit I received from your  most wonderful Dyspepsia Tablets.'  ���������Having taken other medicines without  having received the slightest relief, I  heard of your Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia  Tablets and thought I would give them  a trial. I have been completely cured  of dyspepsia. I will be only too pleased  to advise any one troubled with dyspepsia  to give them a fair trial."  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets not only  give the immediate relief from heartburn, flatulence, acidity of the stomach  and biliousness, which i3so much needed,  but if taken regularly for a few days or  weeks they completely cure the most  aggravated casc3 of stomach trouble.  When for 50c. you can get a box from  your druggist, why go on suffering?  National Drug and Chemical Co. ol  Canada, Limited. Montreal. 14*  ty THE   SUN,    GRAND, FORKS,   B. C.  v  3Ijf (&vtxnbWatk& ������>un  G. A. Evans. Editor and Publisher  8UHBOKIFT10N KATES 1  ���������   There arc  some    self-evident advantages  of   being a  ! corporation,    or    monopoist.  i Railways collect freight bills on  ��������������� xear ".  $i.5u' delivery of goods, and.'; some-  !S2YTiV,ManSita.'::::::.:::::::.: 128 .tiinos take a year to payj-heir  Address all communications to  Thb Grand I'ouks Sun,   <  ^honb *17< Grand Forks. B.C  advertising accounts.  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13," 1914  . A comparison of the rates  of the much-heralded parcels  post with the charges of the  express companies gives one  the impression that the stockholders in these concerns need  not lose any sleep worrying-  over their future dividends.  In some instances parcels can  bo sent cheaper by express  than by parcels post, and  there are many advantages of  shipping by express, such as  guarantee of safe delivery,  collect atdestination, and-co.  d. On small parcels, it is true,  there is a small saving in sending,^ post, but' the amount is'  so small that it does not offset  the risk taken, especially if  the contents of the package  are valuable. The eastern  newspapers regard Postmaster  General -Pelletier's parcels  post system as a joke. That  will probably be the verdict  of the country.  Ald. Donaldson has. a  ' scheme that should commend  itself to the ratepayer. He  contends that the real' estate  the city owns in-various parts  of the town should be retained by the corporation,  beautified, and converted into  public parks. It is a good  suggestion, and should ,be carried out as soon, as "the finances of the city will permit.  KKIGHTSOFPYTHiAS  Ample  Preparations  Made  for Celebration of Golden Jubilee  The new redistribution bill,  notice of which was given in  the commons this week, gives  British Columbia thirteen  members. Let us hope that  it is an unlucky number for  the Tories.  A ten million dollar loan  bill was brought down in the  local house yesterday. This  is a nice burden to saddle on  posterity, after the government has squandered the  wealth of the province in order to perfect an unscrupulous political machine.  Next Tuesday evening, February  17, the fiftieth anniversary of the  founding of the'Order of Knight9 of  Pythias will be celebrated in the  local lodge. The special Golden  Jubilee Ritual, specially prepared  for that occasion, will be used,  and a fitting service held to commemorate this grand event. On  the same night will ��������� also be  held the thirteenth annual roll .call  of the local lodge. This annual  custom has prevailed with the  Grand Forks lodge ever since its institution, which took place on October 9, 1901. Special invitations have  been issued to the members, and an  lengthy program has been prepared  by the committee having the matter  in charge. y  METEOROLOGICAL  The  following  is  the   minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day   during   the   past   week, as re  corded by the government thermom-'  eter on E. F. Laws' ranch:  "*      Max.     Min  Feb.    6���������Friday  13 -8  7���������Saturday   ....  21 0  8���������Sunday,  24 11  9���������Monday  22 '2  10���������Tuesday  31 18  11���������Wednesday .. 35 26  12-Thursday  39 30  Inches  Snowfall      1.5  Death of Mrs. Peterson  Mrs. Hilma Peterson, wife of  Samuel Peterson, C.P.R. section  foremau at this point, died at her  home in the West end on Tuesday  morning, the 10th inst.( after a short  illness. Deceased was 30 years of  age, and had resided in the city for  some years. She is survived by a  husband and five children.  The funeral will be held from the  Presbyterian church on Saturday,  February 14, at 2 p.m.  ALARM CEOCKS  For these dark mornings  produce a   tendency  .to  .  ,   sleep in.   Best thing you  ���������   can get to counteract this -  tendency is -a good  reliable   alarm   clopk..     Our  ���������" stock is large, our  prices  are low, and every clock  is Guaranteed.  A. D. MORRISON l*&i!?foSXSW������  General Bnsmess Transacted  it . -  at the Meeting Thurs-  1 day Evening  The meeting of the Grand Forks  board of trade in the city hall on  day evening was well attended.- A  great dear of routine and Seneral  business was disposed of, but no.  measures of vital importance were  acted on. . The final- arrangements  were made for the "smoker" in the  Davis hall Saturday night.  Investigation Station  J. C. Readey, the provincial gov  ernment soil crop instructor, was in  the city during the past week, and  consulted with the directors of the  Farmers'-institute regarding the investigation station whic ���������. t1 is d -  partmeut has decided to establish  here, over on the race track grounds,  this summer. E. W. Stuart will  have full charge of this station.- The  rotation of crops, etc.. was also fully  gone into.  J. F. Kraus is entertaining as a  guest this week a brother from the  east.  The past weak has been disastrous  for tbe league hockey team of Phoenix. Monday night's Greenwood-  Phoenix game resulted n a victory  for the former club by a score of 2  to 0, and on Wednesday night  Grand Forks defeated Phoenix by a  score of 6 to 2 at the local rink.  Advertisement in The   Sun  bring  results because it is the peoples' pnper  The Sun is the best equipped office  in the Boundary with faces of type  suitable for society printing.  Grand Forks   Second-  HI   C^ ' WINNIPEG AVE  and Store oP.w niPe������Hote  We Buy, Sell and Exchange  Everything;]:. We also do all'kinds  , of Tailorin#;Work We are Experts in Furier Work, Cli-*unin#,  Pressing and Repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed in everything.    *  H. Baneson, Proprietor  (T  7%  ison ������isc i nonograpns  The latest and greatest musical instruments  Hear this once and you will want one in your  ������������������    home.    Call at our sqore and listen to the re-  - production of music in a natural way.  Woodland  8c.Qtiirkti  The Rexall Druggists  V  IE PRODUCT  They are usually, best  and mostl satisfactory  in the end.  BOUNDARY'S BEST  BOTTLED BEER  is [a, Home-product oi"  merit.    Get, a  .  a case-today and try.it-  nqw.    Ask for it.  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  $1.50  PER DOZEN,   DELIVERED  WOOD and FENCE POSTS  Dry' four-foot ��������� Fir   and  Tamarac.. Cedar andTam:.  arac Posts.   Prompt attention to phone  ordrrs.  A.    GALLOWAY  RANCH WOOD DEALER  PHONE L 14 -   COLUMBIA, B. C.  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern 'Rigs and Good  Horses at All Hours at  the  odel Livery Barn  Burns 8 O'Ray, Props.  Phone 68 Second Street  Our wagons  won't  work your horses to death.    They  run light.  They are made of strong, tough, seasoned wood and will  stand the roughest wear.  If you buy a wagon  from us  and anything goes wrong'  with it, drive up in front of our  store  and  see  if we  don't F  make' good.  PICTURES  Goo  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUB  ������8  v*\  &*  ^'Megaphone  Methods  U you had a voho like thunder,  frith a ftftsgaphone attachment you  could not reach as many people as  you can through our want ads.  You have not got the voice but  our paper Is at your service all the  year around.  OoprriibM* IWT by II. W KeCwrt*.  mmmmmmmm  J  -Wm. B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman  GRAND FORKS,'B.C.  Milk and Cream delivered to all parts of the city  daily. Dairy absosolutely  sanitary. We endeavor to  please' our customers.   " -.-  nartiniiullen  All Kinds;of Praying  DEALER IN       " ,.      r  Wood and Coal  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo.'s Store  PHONE 35    :  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18 -  .    .  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONE 129  .  ., .  Sole Agents.for ., ,  Gait Coal  Teaming of- All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at AH,./  -���������  Trains. " v       ;'.  Mclntyre &  Mclnnis, Proprietors  Palace Barber Shop  Kazor Honing a Specta��������� y.  P. A.  Z.  PARE,  Proprietor  1st Door Noktii op G-kanhy Hotel.  Fikst Street.  Don't forget that The Sun has tbe  best job printing deparrrnent in the  Boundary country.  THE  London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout  the  world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London ami Its  suburbs, the directory contaius lists of ���������  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, und tho Colonial  and Foreign Markets thoy supply;  STEAMSHIP. LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  und indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  ci-ntrcsof the United Kingdom.  A eopv of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  their trade cards for $5. orlurger advertisements from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD  25, Abohurch Lane, London,  E.C.  '��������� Vessels Large May  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore."  Tho large display ads. ������ro go������d  for tho large business and tho  Classified Want Ada. aro proportionately good for the small firm.  In fact many large firms became  ���������uch by the diligent use of the  Classified Columns. There example Is good-start now.  'mmmmzmisszmwsmmm  If you read The Sun you get the  news of the city, the province and  the world. It is possible for a Sun  reader to keep abreast of the times  without the aid of the daily  papers.  -i** THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  LIBERALS ELECT  Annual Meeting of Local Association Was Largely  .. Attended..  Organizer Wilkes   Predicts  .  Triumph for Democracy  ,  ;   in Next Election  The annual meeting of the Grand  Forks Liberal association,,, held in  the'.Miners' Union hall last night,  was well.attended, and a great deal  of enthusiasm prevailed... A largp  amount, of. routine business was  transacted, and the follmving-offi  cars-   Were  elected   ior  the'ensuing  year:  Honorary President���������Sir. Wilfrid  L'Ui'rier. .._'.   ��������� -.   .  Honorary   Vice President���������H. C.  Brewster.  , .  Presidentf-T. A. Mclntyre . ���������,  Vice-Presi������lent��������� H. H. .Spinks.  ������������������   Secretary���������E. J.  Fitzpatrick..  Treasurer���������E 0. Henniger.   -   '-  Executive     Committee���������T.      A  Wright, A. A. FrechettF,   Neil   Mc  ���������Callum. B. Lequime,- R." CampbeU,  Frank Hicks, John McDonald, E.  F. Bedpath, Ed Hardy, Fred: Bell,  P.-H. Donaldson, H. H. Henderson. .  After   tbe   business  session  Mr.  Wilkes,"provincial organizer for  the  Liberal party, addressed the association at length:    Mr, Wilkes, brought  cheering news.    The Liberal   party,  he said,   had   been   rejuvenated in  every part of the province,   and   he  predicted a   Liberal  victory  at  tbe  next   ejection.    The, people   .were  everywhere   deserting   the   government, which" had resolved itself into  two kings and   thirty eight  deuces.  In Greenwood riding he had  organized Liberal' association!}   at   every  polling place, and he-intended to do  the saiue'.in this  district.    If  every  person who loved democracy  would  do-his- duty, the Victoria machine  would be' smashed.    There  should  lie no complaints of 'making   eacn  Bees-for-'the   party.- People   who  raised this - cry-were generally   its  greatest ^beneficiaries..     There were  many'reasons why he favored-equal  suffrage/but the chief'one-..was. because a woman  would   not   sell her  -'birthright fur a few days' mad work.  THE FAIRDIRECTORS  Will Meet in the Secretary's  Office Next Wednesday  j    ���������      Evening  OF  The regular semi-monthly meeting of the directors of the Agricultural association' will be held in the  office of Secretary ITadden on Wednesday evening next, February 18,  when special business will come up  for consideration, and every director is requested to be present.  10-CENT "CASCAEETS"  IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE  General Meeting of Farmers'  Institute Will Be Held  February 21  ti  A  1/  The general meeting which was  scheduled for this Saturday has unavoidably been postponed, so that  the same should not clash with other  meetings. The directors wish to  announce that the next general  meeting will be held in the city  hall on Saturday, February 21, at  8 p. m, punctually. . A full attendance is requested.  Adopt the use of Classified  Want Ads. They have proved  money makers for others.  They are appreciated by the  buyer, as they enable him to  quickly locate the place where  he can find his requirements.  Will he find your business  represented?  For  Sick   Headache,' Sour   Stomach,  Sluggish Liver and Bowels���������They  work while you sleep.  - Wa/are-'in the 'printing business,  and'do'alUur- yrintinjr/ We do not  believe in importing printed mattgr  to. advertise our work, but prefer lo  rise <m our own merits:���������The Sun  I Print Shop.  Furred Tongue, Bad Tasto, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Read:  aches come from a torpid' liver and  clogged bowels, which, cause your  stomach to become filled with undigested food, ,which sours and ferments  like garbage in a swill barrel, Inats  the first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases,.bad. breath, yellow  skim mental fears, everything that is  horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret  to-night will give your constipated  bowels a -thorough cleansing and  straighten you' out by morning.- They  work while you sleep���������a 10-cent box  from your druggist will keep you feeling good for. months.  ieo<  assie  Eye -  Specialist  THE TORIC OPTICAL COMPANY  BIB EXAMINERS AND MAKERS OF QDALITI GLASSES  31HAST,NGS STREET, WEST       ^^    .^. ^;:;,V^^^^  Yale Hotel, Grand foA^^^^^:  HOURS-FRIDAY. 2 P.m. io 6 p.m.; SATURDAY, 9 am. to 6P.m.  and will be pleased to have persons withjlefective eye-  ^ght call anPd consult him. ^^^^f^^  Artificial Eyes fitted at a reasonable charge. Satisfaction guaranteed absolutely on all work done,  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Every Description  Bridge Street  Grand Forks, B. C.  ;R. R. Gilpin, collector of customs (  at this port, wishes to   acknowledge  the   receipt    of     837     conscience  money.  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,  GASES OR INDIGESTION ,  Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3000  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes. .  Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion,-  heartburn, sourness or belching or  gas, acid, or eructations of undigested  food, no dizziness, .bloating, foul  breath or headache. '  Pape's -Diapepsin is noted for its  'speed 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  fifty-cent case ��������� of Pape's Diapepsin  from any drug store. . You realize m  five minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia- or any  stomach disorder. It's the quickest,  surest and- moBt harmless stomach  doctor in the world.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  ,rri11 -      Copyrights &.c.  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Subscriptions Received at this O  WE PRINT  Billheads and Statements,  Letterheads and Envelopes,  Posters, Dates and Dodgers,  Business and Visiting Cards,  Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,  Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,  Bills of ��������� Fare and Menu ' Cards,  Announcements   and Counter  Pads,   Wedding   Stationery.  Everything turned out in an  Up-to-date Printery.  *&  Good Printing  ���������the kind  we do���������is  ^_^     _^_  %_J,    in   itself   an   adver  tisement and a trial order will convince you that our  sS and workmanship are of the best. Let us estunate  on   your order.    We guarantee  satisfaction.  The Sun Print Shop +2uvut* aVdtT nM frjtrii *i  {THE STJjST, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIAN  /'  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ���������act surely and  gently on the  liver. Cure  Biliousness,  Headache,  Dizzi-      _ _  mess, and Indigestion.    They do their duty.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  Telepathy  Telepathy is an instauco of a newfangled word for an old.thing. Bacon  called it sympathy between two distant minds. Isaak Walton similarly  explained Dr. Dunne's vision in Paris  of his wife and lead child, observing  that if two lutes are strung to an ox-  act harmony and one is struck the other sounds. Scottish highlanders, who  would have been puzzled by the word  telepathy, have long ago been familiar  with the idea for which It stands. Andrew Lang quoted the case of a poor  highland woman who wrote to her son  in Glasgow: Don't be thinking too  much of ug, or'I shall Lo seeing you  some ovening in the. byre.  My father once- had a curious telepathic experience. .He wa3 dressing  in his bedroom one morning when he  suddenly saw the face of a Scotch servant girl, contorted with agony, in  the looking glass before him." He  went downstairs- to the kitchen and  found the girl writhing An a fit.upon  the floor, her face exactly as he had  seen it in the mirror.  Sympathetic Tommy  Run upstairs, Tommy, and bring h'a-  by's nightgown, said Tommy's mother.  Don't want to, ��������� said Tommy.  Oh, Tommy! If you are not kind to  your -little sister she'll put on,.h3r  wings and fly, back to heaven.  Tommy's reply came.  Well, let her put on her wings and  fly upstairs for her nightgown! .  Pompons with Beads  Pretty pompo.*... for slippers are  made,in this way.: Gather a double  strip of chiffon���������about three inches  wideor an .inch ant! a half wide when  folded���������into a rosette. Make a little  satin rose of 'he same color.  If you are not versed in tho ways of  making roses from satin make two  rosettes as you made the chiffon one,  one smaller than tho' other, and fasten  them together and they will look  flowerliko.  Use bright crystal beads for the  f wer center and dot beads around the  edges, of the petals of the satin rose.  Pure, clear glass beads give the best  effect, but gold or silver heads would  also,be pretty.   ���������  l~.  Whenever you feel a headache coming on take  ��������� NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers .  r '     1  They stop headaches promptly and surely. Do not contain  opium, morphine, phenacetln, acetanilid or other dangerous  drugs.   25c. a box at your Druggist's, 123  NATIONAL DRUG AND  CHEMICAL CO.  OF CANADA. . LIMITEO.  Whistling  for   Healt'n  A doctor has discovered that whistling.is good for the health. It fills the  lungs with invigorating oxygen, and  this revivifies flagging spirits and flabby muscles. Boys.are prone -to ho  broader c'l ested than g'-is and better  constructed" for deep muscular tones  because of the lung exercise which accompanies whistling and one of the  first things they try'to do when they  have passed babyno' d is to whistle.  B������ST M HEALTH TO. MOTHER AND CHIIS.  ...  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Strop has been  lScU ior over SIXTY YEARS by. MItWONS of  Mothers for meir. children wwix  raETHING,-with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  XOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS,  it V.Vs all PAIN'. CURES WIND COLIC, and  g the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It is at>  sdlutelv harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winsldw's Soothing Syrup," and take U0 otref  bind.   Twenty-live cents s. bottle. ,\  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUMSDEN   BLDG.^'yonqc") TORONTO.  \WRITE FPU TERMS. '        M.37J3.  ' THE&&PION h$M  jreat success, cures chronic weakness, lost vigos  , It VIU. KIDNEY, BLADDER, DISEASES, BLOOD POISON,  PILES. EITHER NO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL SI. POST 4 CT9  JOUGBRACO, 99, 8EEKMAH ST. NEWYORKorLVUANBROS  TORONTO.    WRITE FOR FREE BOOK TO DR. Lg CLERS  Med. Co, haverstock Rd, Hampstead. London, Krta.  gRV NEW DRAGEE (TASTELESS) FORMOF   EASY TO TAXX  THERAPIOW aaaa���������  . ICE THAT TRADE MARKED WORD 'THERAFION' If OX  tUUT. aOVT.ITAUP AFFIXSO TO ALL CEMUINE ri.CX.ZTtt  .   A Queer Call  The telephone girl in a certain hotel  answered a queer.call over the house  exchange tho other morning about 11  o'clock. . When she 'plugged in' a  man's voice said 'Hello! Is this the  So-and-So hotel? No, replied the girl  who was slightly surprised, this is the  Such-and-Such hotel. Oh. all right!  said the man; just woke up and did  not know where I was.  No matter how deep-rooted the corn  or wart may be, it mils'-, yield to Hollo-  way's "Corn Cure ir used as directed.  ���������   ��������� More Yet..  Why the divorce? Couldn't he support her in the style to which she was  accustomed?  Yes; but she wanted something better than that.  AS A HEALER  OF THE SKIN  If Ton could follow up. the cures  made by Dr. Chase's Ointment you  would soon believe that the day of miracles had not gone by. The results  accomplished'in a few liour3'are often  marvellous, and it is only necessary  to employ a little patience in the use  of this treatment in order to heal up  the most obstinate sores and ulcers.  The internal use of medicines for  the treatment of skin diseases' is always slow and unsatisfactory, but  when Dr. Chase's Ointment is applied  you can soon see for yourself the benefits obtained as the skin is gradually  healed and restored to its natural condition.  Put Dr. Chase's Ointment to the  tes^ in the treatment of eczema, salt  rheum, skin irritation and the healing  of sores and ulcers. You will be surprised and Gratified with the results.  Relief is' almost immediate, and cure  comes naturally with the continued use  of'this great healing ointment.  Household  Hints''  This is a bum 1 ecipe book, declared  the militant suffragette.  What's wrong?  Been all through it and not a recipe can I find for making Lombs.  ���������  Accounted For  First Politician���������Jim told mo the  other day that he would have nothing  to do with peanut politics.  Second Ditto���������Aw, he's nutty!  ������������������'2 in 1". and "3 in i"  Just  as good as  Eddy's  Matches  No other , Washboards ri.ive i*rio  zinc crimped by 'no, method-peculiar to EDDY'S Washboards.  ���������This'patented process eliminates  the danger of. torn llnena��������� tha  abuse of hands���������the unpleasantness  of  wash-day. ,  It assures t'omfortand economy to  the greatest degree., Insist on  EDDY'S.  FARMERS  Can always make sure cf getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OAT8,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AN������  lr������ORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b"  THOMPSON,  SONS  AND COMPANY  THE    WELL-KNOWN     FARMERS'   AGENTS  ADO::ESS 70C-703 Y., GRAIN' EXCHANGE, WINNIPEO  (r  ���������^  Hadn't Altered  That  voung  Rawlings   stays  till   a  very  late   hour,   Nora.      What   does  your mother say about it?  " She says men haven't altered ii bit,  pa.    Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Good Wages  and healthful   outdoor work,  spring, summer and fall. Top-notch men earn $20 a day-  good men $5 and $10���������  Running Gas Tractors  You can learn at home by mail and  Bet practical experience at our all-  the-year residence school at LaPorte.  also at one of our traveling practice  schools in your vicinity. Write for  information.  Indiana School of Tractioneering  415 Pine Lake Are.      La Porte, Indiana  1  Broom Hook  If a common brass hook is screwed  Into the end of the handle of the broom  by which to hang it up when not in  use, the usefulness of the broom will  be prolonged.  Minard's Linh.'.ent Cures Colds, Etc.  You know there's more in this world  than mov.ey?  I don't know. If there is my wife  hasn't thought of it.  Evidently the great lake;    need   a  windproof lid.  60c a box or aix boxes for $2,50  a; all dcaltrs, or The Dodds Medicine Compa.vy, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  W. M. U, 983  Good Sizeu Estate  The estate of Adolphus Busch, the  well known beer magnet who died recently at St. Louis, is valued at $50,-  000,000, and is disposed of in the following bequests:  One-eight to the widow,  Two-eighths to August Busch and  brother. ;  One-eighth to each of five daughters.  $50,000 to Altenheim, local home for  aged.  $10,000 to his stenographer.  $10,000 to wife's companion.  $10,000 to each of twelve charitable  institutions.  Beautiful home; in Pasadena. Cah.  Cooperstown, N.Y.. and St Louis, go  to the widow.  All shares of stock in brewery go to  his son, August.  German estate, jewels and household effects to widow.  Highbrow Doctors  Then you were disappointed'iu Boston?  Yes; the barbers tahce:! nothing but  prize fights and the world's series.  What did you  expect?  I always had an idea Boston barbers discussed ethical questions.   ���������  Cinching  His  Position  Then I'm to tell the firm, the big  collector said, making a memorandum  in his note book, that yoj.T...probably  settle this account next week?  Well, I'd hardly put it that way, hesitatingly, answered the other.  'Probably' is a pretty strong word.  Better make -it 'possibly.'  Whethev  or as a  The well known Perriu trademark as  shown in cuts should be on every glove  you get, as thisassures you perfection of  Style,- Fit and Finish.  Best dealers' the world over sell  the  genuine PERRIM'S GLOVES. i  ���������  ��������� 6-n-ia JJ  Tree All  Right  Baron Sans Dough���������What do you  think of my family tree?  Mr. Muchgold���������The tree may be a  good one, all right, but looks to me  as if the crop was a failure.  The Acid Test  The friend who harks to your behest  And lends u> aid your need,  Has he not stood the acid test.  Is he not friend indeed.  the kimily   remedy   for   Couehs   nnd   Cola>  Small   dose.    Small bottle.    Best Bince   1870.  While travelling through the rural  districts of Missouri a book salesman  approached a farmer and stood for  several minutes importuning him to  buy the book he was selling. Presently the farmer blinked his eyes and  said: No, it ain't no use.     I can't read.  The salesman paused a moment and  then said: But you must have some  one in your home that can read. Your  wife your children���������I know they would  be interested.  Yes. my daughter can read, replied  the Missourian, but she's got a book.  Merely Prudence  Hub���������How could you go and order  that expensive necklace? Don't you  know how I'm fixed?  Wife���������Yes, but I don't want people  to know how you arc fixed.  The secret of the delicious omelet  lies in the use of more yolks than  whites, a little rich cream and a seasoning of cheese.  the  Deceived  What's the matter, little boy?  Maw's   gone  and   drowned   all  kittens.  Dear, dear, now that's 'too bad.  Yep,  an'  siu>  promised ���������boo-hoo���������  that I cud do it.  A delicious sweet sandwich is made  of thin slices o-' white bread spread  with jam  toplifd  with  <>ro;ini cheese.  Sure Tiling  What are unic-vt rates, pa?  Wedding fees,-my son.  Have you ever noticed tha'c ci<fe men  who are afraid they may earn more  than -they get geuer?,'y have .'unim-  portr.nt little jobs?   ���������  In all infantile complaints that are  Scant Encouragement ^ the result of the depredations of worms  I can't get this sunburn off! wailed I in the stomach and intestines Millers  the young woma;   .  :. j Worm Powders will be fount, an etiect-  4t's,hard-.luc&replied her heartless'ive remedy. ������������������/ They attack the 'causa  ���������brother.   You'd be making all kinds  of  these  troubles,   rr,d  by  expelling  of a hit if you were a meerschaum  the worms from the"organs insure au  pipe.  The kind cf Christianity that only  visits where they set out good dinners  and lets a poor neighbor suffer and  die alone, is not the Treal thing, and  it is ,of very little use here or hereafter. .'��������� ��������� .':":,.  The man who argues -with you is one  wise guy.  orderly working oi the system, without  which" the child cannot maintain its  strength or thrive.; These powdore  mean health and improvement.  Equal rights means that father a������  well as mother * shall help train tha  ���������children, and do it right.  The demaud.for information bureaus  exceeds the supply.  The only building material that has not increased  in price is  'ortlarid'1  It makes concrete that you can depend upon for satisfactory iresults, whether you use it for a aile  or a garden walk.  High quality and low price are made possible by efficient organization and   manufacturing  economic* due to a large and growing demand.  See that  every bag of cement > you buy bears the "Canada" label���������it n your guaraates  of satisfaction.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  Write for a fret cepy ������ftht Utk " Whet the Farmer Can Do With Ctncrttt."  ''it  i".J  ���������.fl  vj  ������**., **������Haj>Aunuxutt  THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  Ithe.twistedI  A Story of the  Orinoco  J     By CLARISSA MACKIE     ������  It was very quiet In that jungle  nlong the upper reaches of the Orinoco  river.  Charles Goodell, orchid hunter for a  rich Philadelphia collector, stood on  (he high bank of the river and looked  longingly up at the cluster of mauve,  orchids clinging to the top or arolted  tree trunk that overhung the river. It  was a lofty tree, and,, bowed with disease, and age, it bent its head,-decked  with the delicate butterfly blossoms,  over the slothful river that it would  bridge when it crashed down In the  ~ ' hurricane season. "  . Goodell's Carib Indians had refused  ' to climb the tree and were now squatting sullenly around a little Ore ou  which a bird was cooking.  The manvo-orchids tempted Goodell  beyond discretion. He decided to  mount tbe tree and secure them himself, although he kuevv the risk he ran  in doing so.  If the tree should fall., under his  weight he would be flung into the  river, a, prey to the vicious alligators  or the venomous snakes that abounded.  But the securing of this particular  specimen would not only be a triumph,  but it meant a liberal sum of money  ndded to the store he was saving up  for a home and the girl he expected to  make his wife on his return.  He had examined the orchid' through.  Lis ficldglasses, and he was convinced  that it was tho long lost specimen that  Mr. Clay, his employer, had offered  $10,000 for. There were the delicate  mauve outer leaves with the hearts of  flaming crimson and orange, with marvelous" stripiugs of black.  '' i" There were two ways of reaching the  ' mauve orchids. One was to climb the  tree trunk with the risk of weighting  It down lo destruction when he reached the upper part This way was hindered by a tangle of great vines that  Of2)Ji4-W>  THK BUIiLET WENT OVER  ITS HEAD.  must be cut through with a inachele  before he could ranch th  coveted prize.  The other way was to climb up the  great twisted vine that hung downward from the very point where tho  orchids clung to the tree. Tho vine  ewung almost within.-his reach now,  and its lower end touched the surface  of the water.  "Tho twisted vine," he decided at  last,- and, tossing aside his hat, he  pulled on heavy gauntlets, saw that his  lent her puttees covered every, exposed  portion of his lower limbs and took  hold of the twisted vine.  His Indians gathered around the tree  with the eager curiosity of children in  the performance of his difficult feat  Ashe pulled himself up by the strength  of his massive arms and shoulders his  legs and feet were twined about the  thick vine.  Suddenly (he Indians uttered shrill  cries of alarm aiid disappeared in tho  jungle.   . .. .   , ..':':     ..   ....    -.  ' Goodell, glancing down, saw nothing  to frighten them, and, noting that h'.iJ  specimens were safe, went stolidly up  on his perilous climb; the vine swayed  now and then under his weight, but  Its upper tendrils appeared to be firmly  fastened to the tree trunk, while its  roots were strongly Intrenched in tho  river bottom.  Goodell did not know when ho felt  a cluuigo in tho character of tho vine  op  which ho was climbing with the  orchids ever growing nearer to me  eager touch,"  First * the- twisted vine had been  slightly rough, but its bark appeared  to bo smooth now,' sometimes almost  slippery to the touch, and once Goodell  would have sworn'that It. moved. Bnt  it was coldand clammy. Onco his face  touched It, and he drew back with a  feeling of sickening revulsion. He  felt faint and dizzy, and he closed his  ryes.  When he opened them again It was  to confront the real horror of the  situation.  No  wonder  his  Carlbs  had   fled  In  terror, "Later they would come nadr,  peering fearfully to gain possession of  the specimen cases because their employer would never need them again.  The heavy vine twisted upward to  the orchids now only fifteen feet above  his head. He looked at them with  starting eyes because swaying above  them was the monstrous, threatening  head of a boa constrictor whose great  body was twisted around tiie Vine to  which he clungv  How his keen eyes had failed to detect the body of the great snake as It  twisted up andaround the large trunk,  of the' giant vine ho never knew.     - ���������',  Death stared-"him in the "face.- -if  he dropped into the river the monster's  till could catch him ere he fell, and,  failing in that, the deadly water" serpents ^would put him out of existence.  Already the body moved sluggishly,'  but his,fascinated eyes did not .leave  tho hideous head among the orchids.  The flat eyes regarded hlra with cold  hatred; the ugly mouth grinned. ���������  He heard the distant shouts of his  Indians. Even if they had come to  him they could not help him.  His first downward movement would  be the signal for the beginning of the  end. ,-  He closed his eyes and prayed. He  thought of his mother and of Alice  Blake, the girl he was to marry.  His grip loosened on the twisted  [vine, so dreadfully imbued with life;  his feet slipped.  The vine moved.  - He looked up and saw that the ugly  head was lowered. |  Again he slipped down and again  the vine moved.      '  Cold SAveat broke out on his body and  his face dripped.  Now ho bent his body and looked  down at the tail of the serpent. It  had loosened from tho vine and was  moving to and fro like the pendulum  of a clock. '  Death above and death below! Well,  he would die fighting.  His hand found his revolver, and  ho wriggled around until ho could see  the head again. i  It had flattened itself among the orchids and was: regarding him coldly  as before. He wouldwait until it lifted again, and when Its throat was  presented to view he would try to  blow the head off. It would be difficult at that distance with a single  shot, and the death agonies of the reptile might involve his own death.  Goodell closed his eyes again and  muttered a prayer as the strongest  jnen do in moments of danger. The  head was lifting again and resumed its  swaying fnovemeut.. Higher, higher it  went, until the mottled throat was revealed.  Spat!  The bullet wont over its head. His  arm was unsteady; he must try again.  Again .'-e raised the automatic revolver,  and again it sounded on the heavy lun-  gle air.  Spat!  The head of the reptile wagged violently and all outlines were lost as the  bullet found its mark. The. great body  trembled violently, tho tail lashed to  and fro, and the vine slipped downward. ,���������������������������'���������   V  Charles Goodell slipped down, his  eyes ever on the horrid specter of tha  descending head. -        I  Once he glanced below ard saw that  the tail was lashing the water. He  took courage and slipped farther down.  The great body of tho dying reptile  came down with him. ���������-A .. i  Three feet a. jve the river -bank he  could stand the horror no longer, and  he dropped, clutching at a young green  vine that swung harmlessly near.  The green vino held and broke his  fall. He swung violently to and fro,  and when a favorable opportunity presented Itself ho loosened his hold and  fell upoa^the ground close beside his  heap of specimen cases. Then he fainted away for the first time iu his adven-  turous life.  He recovered consciousness almost  immediately, for the shots had brought  back his frightened Indians, and they  gathered about him with scared looks  and pointing fingers.  Ho took out his emergency flask and  restored, .in a. measure bia shattered  nerves. He sent them to the river to  look at the dead carcass of the boa  constrictor, but always they came back  und gazed at him as though upon a  spirit from another world.  Looking at his watch, he found that  three hours had passed since ho had  climbed the twisted vine. It had seemed like fifteen minutes. No wonder he  felt like an old man under the eonsunv  in" fear of those three horrible hour?, i  TBe*~connnuea wonder or Bis guides  excited his Impatience,"' and he drew,  out a pocket mirror and looked at him*  self. , ���������   '  His face peered at him pale and hag-]'  gard.    His abundant' hair, was white  as snow. * j  Tho wondering Indians now climbed,  tho tree without protest, and the mnuvo|  orchids which had blanched Goodell's'  hair to obtain wore packed away In  the specimen cases, and tho little expe-'  dilion turned down the river. j  Many weeks later Charles Goodell(  appeared in Philadelphia and deliveredi  his consignment of valuable orchids to  his employer. But the case of mauve  orchids came last  "How about these?'' demanded Mr.  Clay eagerly. i  "Those," said Goodell slowly,  "are,  the price of my nerve and a portion of,  my youth.   I shall never hunt another  orchid,  Mr.  Clay.    The price of the  . mauve .orchids is $25,000." 1  "I will pay it" said the rich man  quickly, "and afterward you may tellj  me the reason why you value them eo  highly."- .    '  So Charles, Goodell told him the sto-[  ry of the twisted vine as I havo told It  to yon.-      , .  ' HS",: ~ " rsi-u/:"  The Confession.  ��������� Ida^lack had retired from the most  select colored circles for a brief space  on account of a slight difficulty connected with a gentleman's poultry  yard. Her mother was being consoled  by a white friend.  "Why, Aunt Esther, I was mighty  sorry to hear about Ida"���������  "Marse John, Ida ain't^nuvver tuk  dem chickens. Ida wouldn't do such a  thing! Ida wouldn't demeange herse'f  to rob nobodv.'s lieu roost���������and. auy-  way, tho old chickens wani't nothing  't all but feathers when we picked  'em."���������Lippincott's.-*  HOME FOR SNAKES.  Overdrawn.  Robinson���������I hear you fell out with  the bank.  Jackson���������Yes; I lost my b"1- ������fe.���������  Philadelphia Press.  An Old Saw.  The attorney entered the condemned  man's cell.  "Prepare . yourself for some good  news," he said. "That is, If you consider it good news���������some would not  Your sentence has been commuted  from hanging to life imprisonment."  The prisoner took it philosophically.  "Well," he said, "the old proverb  says that 'no noose is good news.'"  This is what caused the governor to  reconsider his clemency. ��������� Cleveland  Plain Dealer.  Hopeful.  "How do you like your neve cook?"  "Very"much," replied Mr. Crosslots.  "She Is very kind and obliging, and I  think that if I get some new talking  machine records and teach her how to  run the automobile she'll stay quite  awhile."���������Washington Star.  Poisonous Reptiles Rendered Harm*  less and Kept In Comfort.  One hears daily of charitable Individuals with plenty of time and  money inaugurating homes for various unfortunate types of humanity,  but the most unique establishment of  its kind is certainly the Venom Institute of San Paulo, in Brazil, where  a permanent and corafortablo home  is provided for poisonous snakes.  The'instltute la in a part of Brazil  noted for its superabundance of venomous reptiles, where the loss of life  from snake.bites became so serious  that something had to bo done by  the Government to cope with the  situation.  Large bands of men wearing thick  boots, leggings and gloves for protection against, the snake bites dally  hunt the thickly grassed districts  round about tho Institute, armed  with long, thin tubes terminating in  two semi-circular claws, which arc  controlled at the end nearest the  body, and can be opened or closed  at will. By this means they are able  to grasp the snake firmly by the tail,  without any danger to themselves.  As soon as a snake is caught in  this  manner,  it is  unceremoniously  thrust into- a basket,- where, together  with a writhing, coiling mass of its  -brethren, it is conveyed to the home.  Here, under the personal supervision. of a fully qualified doctor,  garbed exactly as the surgeon in the  operating room of a hospital, with  the long white overalls, fine rubber  gloves, and so on, the snake is robbed of its poison���������termed "serum"���������  and made quite harmless.  When the operation is over the  snake is taken away and placed in a  large garden, from which escape is a  matter of impossibility.  Of course, it would be most cruel  to turn the poor, defenceless snake  adrift into the woods again, for he  would be entirely at the mercy of his  enemies and soon succumb. So this  garden, which contains almost everything Mr. Snake would find in his  natural element���������trees, shrubs, long,  thick grass, pools and streams where  ho may disport himself on warm days  ������������������is provided by, the institute.  Hundreds of perZectly harmless  reptiles of almost every kind may be  seen gliding about the gard"ens, and  one can' well imagine the horror  a traveler with no knowledge of the  circumstances would experience in  finding himself suddeuly surrounded  by hordes of these reptiles.  Keeping a Dog.  A dog is a fine thing about the  house if you are afraid of burglars  and don't care anything about the  neighbors. But let a vigorous dog,  sleeping on the" porch, scratch his  neck under his metal collar and the  night is disturbed by a sound that  is a cross between an old fashioned  clock running 'down and an iron  rake brushing up a cement walk.  The house vibrates as from a heavy  train passing. Then the dog arises,  turns-twice and drops to the floor  with a thud like the girl moving a  hundred-weicht of sugar about the  kitchen. Housebreakers within 100  feet of the noise immediately give  up any attempt on the place. ������������������!  Easy Way to Kill'Moles. I  An  excellent way  to   exterminate  moles   is   as   follows:      Procure   a  small can of calcium carbide, which  can. be purchased from  an automobile or bicycle dealer, open the hole |  where the   mole   has   been   digging  and place some of the carbide jn it. ���������  Pour two or three gallons of water ,  into the hole and close up the opening.     In   about   fifteen   or   twenty'  minutes open the hole and immedi- j  ately ignite the gas formed. Be care- j  fill in lighting the gas.    A gas light-1  er or a match placed in the end of a ;  long stick should bo used.    The gas j  will   hum   for a   few   seconds   and j  then it   will   back lire   in the   hole. |  There will be no more trouble from j  tho mole.  Best He Could Do.  Student (enduring a face massage)���������  Gad, that towel was hot!  Barber���������I'm sorry, but I couldn't  hold it any longer.���������Pennsylvania  Punch Bowl.  Can Be Chanced Then.  Mason���������Do you think'it's unlucky to  have thirteen at a table?  Brown���������Not if the thirteenth is paying for the-dinner.���������Stray Stories.  Bedlam.  The word Bedlam is a corruption  of the word Bethlehem, which was  the name of a religious house in London, converted into an asylum for  lunatics In 1546.  It Is believed by many to be the  oldest asylum for lunatics in Europe,  though there is one in Spain which ia  said to have been founded at an earlier date.  Anglo-Egyptian Soudan.  The Anglo-Egyptian Soudan, with  an area of 9 84,5 20 square miles and  a population of 3,000,000, extends In  tho north to the boundary of Egypt;  In the east to tho Red Sea, Italian  Eritrea, and Abygafnla; in tho .south  to Uganda and the Belgian Congo;  and In the west to the French Afri-  -nn colonies.  Miss      King      Organizes  New Business Movement.  \a>.  Which He Rose to Remark.  They were at the grocery, all with  recollections of many a shocking case  of tremendous weather to recount,  and none was left out. Then one ancient rose and said:  "In seventeen hundred air "���������  But they cut in on him there and  told him they wouldn't do it if they  was him, 'cause see how all-swizzlin'  old it'd make him, they said. But  the ancient pushed his specs up on  his forehead and went right on.  "What I was goin' fer to say was,"  said he, "that in 1,799 cases outen  1,800 where folks remembered setch  spells o' hair-raising weather there  ain't a ding word of 'em so!"  j'he growing Importance attached  to technical education in Alberta is  emphasized by the announcement  that the Government will appoint a  director of technical education to supervise the technical education in  towns and districts hitherto without  su,ch advantages.  In Albortan cities technical education is already well established. Superintendents either have or will bo  appointed at Calgary. Edmonton,  Lethbrldge, and Medicine Hat.  A Catholic cathedral, costing half  a million dollars, and archbishop's  residence, in keeping with the cathedral, is lo be built at Edmonton next  ipring, according to an announcement  made by the church authorities.  It is also proposed to build thirteen smaller churches In different  P^rts .of Edmonton.  HIF    FLORENCE KHfO.  Business women all over-the com*������  try*are interested in a new movement  for women recently sturted by Miss  Florence King, a woman patent law-,  yer of Chicago. This is the Chicago,  fWoman's Association of Commerce,!  ,whlch has already inspired similar InJ  Etitutions in other cities.  j This association i~ planned on the,  'same lines as the men's association of|  (Commerce, and In the Chicago branch]  there are today more than 300 mem-!  bers, numbering business and profes-j  sional women, all regularly organized]  for the advancement of women through|  the co-operation of women. The sic-,  gnu of this new association Is, "Let'  |Us -Help Each Other to Help Ourselves."  ;   The need of co-operation among busl������  noss and professional women has lona  been recognized, but it remained for]  Miss King to put it into actual worb  ing order.  |- A! iss Florence King, who is among  the bright up to date women of thai  hour, is one of the four women law-i  '.vers of the United States who bava  been admitted to practice in the United States supreme court and is-ttha  only woman member of the Patent'  'Bar association. '  I Aliss King is a self made woman.  She was born on a small farm, where  educational advantages were not to ba  had, but by di.it of-burning the midnight oil when her household work was  done she fitted herself to enter high  school aud later college, working her  ,way through and later taking up tha;  study of law, specializing after a few|  years'of general practice in patent law.j  , She still loves farm life and finds;  time in spite of her busy practice toj  k-i'hiro throughout the country on the  ���������hack to the farm" movement, advocating it not only for young men. but)  lor women as well. She herself is the  owner of a large farm in Michigan/  which she works on shares and passes  as much of her time there In tho sum-  jin-r as she can from her work,  i Miss King's home is in a. suburb ofj  Chicago, where she has a cliai-mln?  garden. This garden she delights in.  g.'iting up spring and summer mornings at t> o'clock and working evenings  among her plants after her return  from her city oflicc.  ; This clever pateht lawyer is an ardent suffragist and believes that thai  new. association is only another step)  in Ihe right direction of women's ad-  ���������f'-nceinciit, progress and rights.  Details of White House Wedding.  The wedding ceremony which will  make Miss .lessto Wilson, second  daughter of President Wilson. Mrs.  Francis B. Ssiyro is to take place on  Nov. 2*3. The ceremony will be performed at 4. o'clock in the afternoon in  tiie east room, where twelve other  weddings have taken place.  The bride elect's two sisters will attend her. and it has been announced  that Mr. Say re's close friend, Dr. Grcn-,  fell, the famous Labrador missionary,  .will be the best man. The decoration*  will be almost entirely of chrysanthemums. The new blossom, ".lesslo WhV,  eon,'' is to predominate,  i The wedding gown, made In KeTf.  ,Torlc cily, is of Ivory white satin,'-  adorned with rare old lace.  Simplicity will be the keynote of the  Avholo ceremonial, and, while the wed-'  ding company will be large, It will ba  more personal than official. There will  bo many Wilsons and Woodrows and  an many Suyrcs and Xcvlns, Mr.  Enyro's mother was Jiiss Putty NevlnS  ������������f Pennsylvania. n������HililWltii*fltlrTiK">-1nTW  ���������4affliftfah.ti.iSrdiaTnli-ZSiSln j^feU-sfta.a*.**-**** ~>-j *���������"-*-*  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  %'/  S OF THE CITY  Smelter flockeyists  Defeat  Druggists and Bankers  in Swift Game  The smeltermeh defeated the  druggi.������ts and bankers at hockey by  a score of four goals to three at the  rink on Tuesday evening. The  lineups: Druggists and ,Bankers���������  Jones, goal; Mann, point; Quinn,  cover point; Robinson, rovar; McLeod, centre; Brock, right wing; T.Cook, left wing. Smelter���������Smith,  goal; Barrett, point; Clunis, cover  point;   Haverty,   rover.'     Livesley,  centre; W. Cook,right wing; Luskey,  left wing. Referee and judge of  play, Roclion and McKay.-  J. A. Munson, an old-time railroad contractor of Grand Forks who  still owns considerable real estate  here, returned to tbe city on Mon  day to attend to business matters.  For a number of -years he has been  engaged in railroad contract work  in the prairie provinces.  ningat 7:15 . p.m.,. in the Baptist  church. Morning subject,. "The  Tables Turned,-��������� or the Lions in  Daniel's Den."  Dr. H. M. Hoodford, of the commission of conservation, Ottawa,  was in the city yesterday gathering  statistics.  HANSEN SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Buy  Your  Gait Coal  In the police court last night a  Hindu was sentenced Jo six months  in jail by Magistrate Cochrane for  the theft of a revolver from Ii.  Baneson's second-hand store' while  under the influence of Jiquor.  Jeff Davis  went up  camp on Wednesday.  to  Franklin  Sunday there will be  a -favorite  hymn  sailors' song service, ~begin-  %  ow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Store  TeiiEfhokks; " ���������   - *  Office, RH6 Ffpet WrPPt  Hansen's Kesidence.'R38 l"������"���������������������1 ccl  I       3  I  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  wood'And; ice  OFFICE. AT PETRIEJS STORE  PHONF 64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  If you are bothered with headaches, squint or cross eye, or if the  glasses you now wear are unsatisfactory, consult with Dr. Ki I burger,  specialist, in the Yale hotel on February 20 and 21. See notice on  page 5.  C B. Peterson returned from  Franklin camp on Saturday. He  contracted "a severe case of snow-  blindness on the journey, but.is  now' able to see all his friends.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,  Highest market price paid for live  stock.  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous attention.  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness - shop  at my  old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture  l\J������w Ham^cc and  do. all kinds  of  lMeW. flam eSS harness repairing^ All  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  A  J  Yes, We Are  Stock- Taking  Look Our for  gains  IOHN  DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  o4.ll Its Branches  BOUNDARY  TRUST &  INVESTMENT CO., LTD  L  Established 1901  First Street  VV. B. Cochrane has been confined to'his home during the past  week by a severe attack of bodily  neuralgia.. He is again able to be  out, '    "'    ..������������������'-"���������'  John Mi'enel, a practical brewer  from. Republic, has pnrchased  Joseph Wibner's interest in the  Grand Forks brewery.  .G. M Fripp returned onTuesday  from 'a ' business trip'to the coast  cities.  Coming���������*Dr. Kilberger, Eyesight  Specialist,, representing Tone Optical Company of Vancouver, will be  in. the Yale' hotel on February 20  and 21.    See notice on page 5.  The Sun only,costs $1 a year.  rprmts all the news.' '  ���������  It  ; Zitko-Gerdina  John' Zitko", a ^Granby smelter  employee, and Miss Anne Gerdina,-  both of Grand Forks,'' were married'  in the Catholic church -in this city  on -Thursday, February 12, Rev.  Father Choniel performing the cere--  mo'ny. 'The couple will make their  home in this city.  IT LASTS A LIFETIME  ." The Arcadian Malleable Non-Breakable'Range is not made of cheap coke  steel, hut of the best Charcoal Iron-Plates, and its castings are not. made of  common gray iron, but of the Highest Quality of Halleable Iron.  Malleable,Iron is the ideal material for a practical, durable arid economical  Tinge. ��������� -Owing to its close,- dense and compact texture, it is better fitted to  resist the strain of heating and cooling, it possesses great strength.   |  Charcoal Iron, of which the best and largest steam boilers" are made,, in  order that they may endure the greatest; strain, "is what is .used for the body of  the Arcadian Range. This charcoal iron has a density and fineness of grain  which.gives it great power of "resistance against rust and crystalizationi making  it practically indestructible.  A pure asbestos mill-board is used .to' line the flues and other parts of "the  range. ��������� It is held between a sheet of charcoal iron and the charcoal iron body.  All joints of <the Arcadian Range are riveted so closely and solidly and  .with.such skill that-they are as tight as a locomotive boiler and will never  open from expansion or contraction.  MEETS THE NEEDS OF THE HOME OF TODAY  MILLER^GARDNER  GIVE "SYRUP OP PIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  to practical men. Seveaal able  speakers are touring'British Columbia this month, and while it. is" not  possible at this date to give-the  namesof those who: will visit Grand  Forks, it is assured that the meetings will .be such-as to merit the  hearty support of all. The local  committee is planning for mass  meetings afternoon and evening,  and for a banquetat which the visiting speakers will be present. Full  paniculars will be given next  week. F" E. L.  Armson the shoe man has removed  to.his new stand,.corner,"Bridge and  Fourth st eets.  ��������� Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C. Peckham,  Secondhand Store.  IT' WILL MAKE  YOU  HAPPY  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, liver  and bowels.  Look at the tongue, mother! If  coated, your little one's stomach, liver  and bowels need cleansing at once.  When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  sleep, oat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach, sour, breath bad; has  sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give  a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of  Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,  constipated v/aste, undigested food  and sour bile gently moves out of its  little bowels without griping, and you  have a well, playful child again. Ask  your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of  "California Syrup of Figs," which contains full rlirectlons for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups.  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  Girls! Try itl  Hair gets soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine.  An Organization of Laymen  Editor-Grand Forks Sun  The people of Grand   Forks  wil  have an opportunity on February  25 of learning more of the great organization which is now being  rapidly extended to all parts of  America���������Ihe lavnien's missionary  movement. Few movements in recent years have received more wholehearted support from the business  men of Canada and the United  ���������States, due in great measure to the  fact that it has originated with  themselves, arid is being advanced  by business methods   which  appeal  GRAND FORKS DRUGGISTS  "      DESERVE PRAISE  Woodland & Quinn,drnggists.deserve  praiso from Grand Forks people for introducing here tho simple buckthorn  bark and glycerine mixture, known as  Adlur-i ka. This simple German remedy first became famous by curing ap  pondicitis and it has now been discovered that JUST A SINGLE DOSE  relieves sour stomach, gas on the  stomach and constipation INSTANTLY. Its quick action is a big surprise  to people.  If you caro for heavy hair that glistens with beauty and is radiant; with  life; has an incomparable softness and  is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application doubles thn  beauty of your hair, besides it immediately dissolves every particle of '  dandruff. You can not have nice  heavy, healthy hair if '. you have  dandruff. This destructive scurf robs  the hair of its lustre, its strength and  its very life, and if not overcome it  produces a feverishness and itching of  the scalp; the hair roots famish,  loosen and die; then the hair falls out  fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of  Knowlton's Danderine from any drug  store and just try it.  No need having piles any longer!  No need of suffering another day!  Steam's Pile Remedy (complete with  tube) will help you or IT COSTS YOU  NOT   ONE   CENT.  This remedy is a combination of the  lately discovered, high-priced Adrenalin Chloride with other powerful .curative principles, and IT STOPS THE  PILE PAIN:IN.ONE MINUTE!  :'"So, sure "'are we that Steam's Pile  Remedy will benefit you that we will  REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are  not satisfied. -  ������ This is the' only pile remedy that  we can guarantee and we know you  will thank us for-telling you about it  We have the exclusive agency.  WOODLAND  &   QUINN.  Stcirt New Year  Right  The majority of cases of sickness are caused  by unsanitary plumbing.; Avoid this risk by  having your plumbing, work  done  by  J. F. KRAUS  Heating and Sanitary Engineer  PHONE 130       "GAW BLOCK, WINNIPEG AVE  A SPECIALIST WHO CURES  Many so-called specialists make  extravagant statements n.bout their  methods and cures. My record of  J 6 years' experience in this treat  merit of all chronic, nervous, and  special ailments of men is sufficient  proof of my ability to affect a cure,  when a cuae is possible.  No man can afford   to  consult  any but the best in regard to his  physieal welfare.    Life and   hap  piness depend on good health.    I  havo cured thousands of men aud  I  can cure you, if your  case is  curable.  MY OFFERl Absolutely freo expert medical examination and consultation. Absolute guarantee of complete cure of every case I undertake, and moderate price.    Call on or write for booklet to  210 Howard Street, Spokane  . i  .-il  '*!  (j

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