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 ������������������������'  Kettle Valley Orchardist  THIRTEENTH YEAR���������No. 10  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  V)     :  X-'  4   ���������  CLEAN SEED GRAIN  .-'-V  Farmers Should Be Prepared  . for Spring Work by Having Seed Tested   ,  -Now is the time for the farmers  to consider tbe questihn of; a'; go'od  seed grain supplyjfor next'spring. -  , The greater, part, of the", grain, in.  - the west was harvested under ideal  conditions lastfall and   little   diffi-  . culty shouid.be met with in getting  seed of strong.8itality. Notwithstanding this thereyare some' individual and even'sections of thew'est-  ern. provinces that were not i-o- for-,  tunate at harvest���������'time, :'and'now  have seed' of doubtful vitality-ria  their granaries for the. spring seeding." ,.;���������r    ^ \'\\      ,  Seed of'strong" vitality- makps   a  ���������good start, helps   to keep down the  weeds   and   finally   gives  the   big  yield, while seed of a   poor  vitality  is a sure loss. . ' ....  . Therefore every farmer who suspects the vitality of his seed should  send a sample to the Dominion gov-:  ernment seed, laboratory "at Calgary  for a germination test. ���������In order.that  the report ,of this .-test may be of  greatest value to the senders-preparatory to sending the' sample he  should - first .clean his seecl'as for  seeding, ..Tobof fen seed .that is, badly,, contaminated-with weed seeds is  sown.''Every year'the'.proportion'of  western wheat and oats which .contains wild, pats is increasing. Such  grain must take a 'lower : grade, be-  - ca.use ,no .satisfactory method of  separating, it. has been , devised;  Simples of flax containing 15 , per  .cent of weed "seeds are"only too com-  "moa.' This amounts to* practically  200 bushels of .waste per acre. .When'  the cost of threshing, handling' and  freight on this useless material is  added to the loss occasioned by the  injury to the growing crop, the net  profit per -acre is very materially  reduced-       *  "Flax is the most' badly contaminated weed which'the farmer sows,  and since it is usually sown on new  breaking .his land ,1s practically  ruined "al the start. Farmers 'who  have clean farms, or farms free from  some of the most . troublesome  weeds���������wildoats, stinkweeds, false  flax,'Ball mustard," tumbling mustard, etc., should be very careful to  - sow only clean seed.  The seed-laboratory at Calgary is  at the disposal of the farmers of the  public, and it is hoped that they  will make use of it in their efforts to  obtain a pure seed supply.  In former years most of the samples have come to -be_tested in  March-and April, overtaxing - the  capacity oi the laboratory and some  times causing a delay in reporting  on the samples. "  It is therefore urged that samples  be sent in as early 'as possible to  avoid this delay aud to enable the  farmer to replace his seed who  thereby finds it unfit for use.     ,  She was an-old-timer  of   the   city  and . was   highly   respected   by all  who knew her.    She is survived" by  a son and   a daughter,    Laura''and  Charles, both of whom' live  in this  cifcy-     ,.���������      .   :    i- .  The funeral will beheld on Monday afternoon, Janaary.5, from the  family residence in the Ruckle addition.        ,  ���������     '        -.,."-.������  i NEWS OF THE CITY  METEOROLOGICAL  The. following' is the minimum  arid maximum temperature for each  day during vthe past . week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. La we' ranch:  , - "    Min.     Max.  Dec. 26���������Friday  25 32  27���������Saturday   ....  30  .   '   28���������Suudiy,::.... 29  ' 29���������Monday  29  20���������Tuesday.  28  31���������Wednesday .. 30  1-Thursday ' 18  Jan  Snowfall  36  35  \35  24  34  30  Inches  . ' 4.2  eO-OPIAWE BUYING  May Help: Nothwestern Apple Men to Lessen Out-'  , lay for Boxes  Based on the repert of  T913   experiences of fruit growers of the Spokane country, apple producers of the  four Pacific northwestern states will  save nearly $100,000 by  purchasing  applet ooxes ~ 'cooperatively   next  year.   .Orris   Dormanj president; of-  the Spokane . Fruit Growers' company,-a co-operative selling  organization, . handling   the crop of   the  districts surrounding Spokane, states  that  his association   last year pur-:  chuased boxes last year for.8^- cents  a box, saving from 2 to 2������ cents  on  each, or 20 percent.-  With a good  yieldin 1914 the North Pacific Fruit  Distributors, the co-operative  marketing organization   which   handles  60 per cent of the product of Wash  ington,' Oregon,  Idaho   and   Montana,   expects   to   ship about 8000  cars, necessitating the  purchase   of  about 5,000,000 boxes.    If -2 cents  per box is   saved   by   co-operaeive  buying the growers will have to pay  $100,000 less for boxes than if they  purchased individually.  '"We do not claim the makers  charged too much for boxes,before,"  states Mr. Dorman, "as under the  methods of bad collections they were  obliged always to figure on a long  wail for their pay and in some cases  they were neverjpaid., They have  told us that they prefer selling to a  well-financed organization, even if  the price is 20 per cent lower than  to an individual."  Methodist' Sunday School  Entertainment Was a  ���������   Big Success  The Christmas entertainment in  connection, with .the Methodist  church Sunday shool was given in  the opera house last Friday nigh].  An excellent program was rendered  to a crowded house. The' manner  in which the���������children presented  their parts in singing and recitations  reflected much oiedit on themselves  and their in-tmcturs. -A tableau by  the young ladies of the congregation  was heartily encored. The comedy,  "ChristmBs on Flannigan Flats,"  was highly amusing. The principal  comedians in this dramatic composition showed the result of long and  careful training.   t  Mining   company's    property     at  Paulson, twelve miles from Cascade.  It is reported that another bachelor of the city will join the ranks of  tqe benedicts next week.    -  A car of ore is being shipped  daily from the Lone Star mine,  near Danville, to the Greenwood  smelter. -  Sleighing is ennd between   Lynch  Creek and Franklin,  The next meeting of the Grand  Forks boaad of trade .will be held  on Tuesday evening, January 6. It  is urgently requested that all members attend this meeting, as a num  ber of important questions will come  up for consideration. During the  coming year President DeCew wishes  to make the board a potent factor in  the development .of the city and  valley. He realizes that to do so  will require the hearty , co-operation  of every meccib'er,'7and'for.'this -reason he is anxious that the meetings  in'future should be well attended; -.  John R. Nelson aud Angelo Cat.  terine . were killed instantly atthe  Granby mine in Phoenix on Wednesday afternoon by being' struck  by an electric motor. They were  engaged in thawing out some air  pipes in the No. 3"tunnel. They  were on the track and evidently had  no warning of the appro iching motor, which struck them and ground  them underthe wheels.  The American L'-ind Developnipnt  and Manufacturing company,, of  Curlew, will install a current motor  irrigating plant for Ed Taylor, next  spring. 0  The rain during the pr^ppnt week  was not required for irrigating -purposes.  The school trustees are calling for  tenders for a year's supply of wood  for the public and high schools.  B.G. NATIVE PLANTS  Provincial   Botanist ��������� Says  There Are 1500 Species  in the Province  Intermediate HockeySchedule  Jan. 6���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  12���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  16���������GreenMood at Grand Forks.  20���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  23���������Grand Forks at Greenwood.  29���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  Feb. 3���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  5���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  10���������Greenwood at Grand Forks.  16���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  19���������Grand Forks at Greenwood.  24���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  *D  I  1 JD  Big Shipment From   B., C.  Finds Ready Market in.,  Australia  Two men and a couple of foolish  young girls left Grand Forks last  week with the intention of leading a  wild life. After a few days they all  landed in the Colville jail. One of  the girls has been compelled to return to the city hy the UniledS-ates  immigration officers.  ' .Jack Dillon, who has been employed in the converter room at the  Granby smelter for over a year, left  today for Hidden Creek, where he  will assume a responsible position  in the company's new smelter. Mrs.  Dillon accompanied him north.  The Best Gift  The very best Christmas gift  you ,���������  can make-yourself, your   wife and  all the members of your'family is a.  year's   subscription   to   that great  The   Family   Herald    and  Wiih the week ending December  28, the Granby mines in Phoenix  had shipped 1,206,754 tons of ore  during 1913, and during the same  period the smelter in this city  treated 1,207,895 tons.  W. A. Beddoe Canadian trade  commissioner in New Zealand, in. a  report to the department of trade  and commerce, says that the steamer  Makura, which arrived about the  middle of November, iiad on board  11,679 cases of British Columbia apples. He adds: "This is the season;  the apples were much better than the  last shipmeut.  '"Last month the apples were too  green and but for the fact that there  was none on the market, the sales  would all have been unsatisfactory;  but those arriving on the Makura  have given every satisfaction.' This  office has been notified that British  Columbia growers will, make an exhibit at' the xluckland exhibition in  December."  Mayor Fripp, R.  A. Sheads and  G.  J. Gardner,  H.  C.   Brown went  Miss Sylvia Pankhurst appears to  be driven back upon realization and  recognition of the fact that the' real  strength of woman lies in her  weakness. Masterly leadership of  men depends upon tactful alternation of direction and concession;  masterly leadership of women is a  great mystery. Miss Pankhurst,  "unusually nervous," and appealing  to the East Enders of London for  protection from the police, is a much  more formidable champion of the  cause of equal suffrage than Miss  Pankhurst at the  head   of an army  '���������Some British Columbia Native  Plants for the Garden," was the .title  of-an interesting lecture given bv J.  Davidson, F.L.S , F.R.S E., provincial botanist, to a large gathering 'of  the members of the Vancouver Horticultural society.  The lecture, which was profusely  illustrated by lantern slides, was'an  appeal to the gardeners of British  Columbia to try and cultivate some ot  the many British Columbia plants.  Mr."Davidson stated that the variety  and number of local plants of a showy  character was not realized, and said  that from his experience in cataloging  'the different species in this province,  there were upwards of 1500 distinct  plants, not including ferns, mosses,  grasses, etc. Most of these, he said,  were useful, and could be used to  great advantage in beautifying the  parks aud gardens.  It was a common fallacy, he said,  that all the ornamental plants, trees  and sfuubs were imported. To disprove this he instancep, among others,  the dogwood, than which he said there."  was not a more beautifu[ tree in existence.  *'A plant is not without honor save  in its own country," said Mr. .Davidson. "Many of our local showy  plants," he continued, "are being extinguished as fast as some land owneis  know how, but I am glnd to be" ab'e  to intimate, with the permission of  Commissioner Owen, chairman of the  parks board, .that' we in Vancouver  are likely to have a garden established  in Stanley park where the people of  ouj own province and visitors to the  Terminal city will have an^opportuni-  ty of seeing and learning the names  of-our showy native plants  "At the same time I hope that you,  as horticulturists, when making a collection "of- succulent plants, will remember our ,-native opuntias; when  constructing rock-> gardens, will re  member our native alpine flowers, and  that in other branches of gardening  and landscape work, greater promi  nence will be given to some of those  varieties which have been intioduced  to you tonight."  Death of Mrs. Allen  Mrs. Sarah L. Allen, aged 86  yearB, died suddenly at her home in  this city on Saturday, January 3.  On the day previous to her death she  was in good health, and  took much,  paper,   me. Family   neram    a��������� Up to Phdenix on New   Year's  day  Weekly Star of Montreal.    It   costs'   nd cur]ed   one   with  a rink from  only one dollar and its visit each | that town. The Grand Forks rink of militants The manhood of the  week   will   make   your household won, British isles will revolt at the arm of  happier than ever before.   No home] ,        ��������������������������� the law being raised against  women  in Canada should be without that! Owing to too much work and the! wh0, at the worst, have done noth-  great paper during 19H���������Every excitement of the holiday season, j jng UJOre tnan the Chartists and  issue is worth the money. . : The Sun is a little  late  this   week.  Radicals of a   few   generations ago  : 'The indications are,  however,   that did in a similar cause, and did suc-  again.   cessfully.���������Vancouver World.  As The Sun goes to press tne  in- Riclmrd will soon be himself  dications are that the mild   weather-    will not permit of any heckey games      Ore assaying $190  per ton  has  The  surest  way  to euro  enjoyment 'out   of   a sleigh  ride.' being played in this city next week,  been struck ih the Inland   Empire jealousy is to marry her.  a girl of  Sir Wilfrid's Message  Sir Wilfrid Laurier was the principal guest of honor at the recent annual "Lit"-dinner of the Univeisity  of Toronto and made the occasion  memorable with an insdiring message  to the large' gathering of students,  who cheered him to the echo.. But  that message really was not confined  to those who attended the dinner.  It was an appeal to Young Canada as  a whole from a great man who had  grown old in the service of his country, who understood her problems and  never lost confidence in the ability of  her people to grapple with them.  Here is the message: .'  '���������My young friends, go out iDto the  world to service. Make the highest  thought of civilization your inspiration. Problems there are, big problems. Tomorrow, the* day after tomorrow, it will be your turn to grapple with them. Serve1 God and your  ceuntry. Be firm in the right as God  gives you to seo right. You may not  always succeed. Progress is often  punctuated by reverses. You may  meet reverses, but the following day  stand up again and renew the conflict,  for trnth and justice shall triumph in  tho end."���������Victoria Times.  British Columbia imported mete  eggs last year than any two other  provinces in the Dominion. And yet  this province is admirably adapted  for the egg and poultry business.  There is something wrong somewhere,  and it isn't in tho eggs.���������Victoria  Times.  /"���������  BWBBBH  MIMHM������IIW  rann  tsammnasm.  smmmmm SHE SUKT, GEAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  CATARRH? '������������������ ���������������������'  | i'   i t    mi. breathing  impaired? Does your throat  get husky  or clogged?  Modern science proves that  these symptoms result from run  down health. Snuffs and vapors  are irritating and useless. You  should buildyour general health  with   the oil-food in Scott's  Emulsion-its  nourishing  powers will enrich and enliven  the blood, aid nutrition and assimilation and assist nature to  check the inflammation   and  heal the sensitive membranes  which   are affected.  Scott's Emulsion  will   raise   your  standard of health  to correct catarrh.  Shun alcoholic mixtures  and insist on SCOTT'S  13:2*.  Wifl.WWMI  Hand to  Hand  With  a  Tiger  A writer .in the Wide World Magazine  gives  the  following  interesting  nccount' of a' Chinese soldier's plucky  fight with a tiger: .    ,    ���������   . .  ��������� In the mountainous province of Kir.  fa, formerly one of 'he three provinces  of Manchuria, dispatches are conveyed hy soldiers,'who ride i'roin one district to another.     One clay last   November a soldier was on his way back  to Klrin City, the capital of the province, when he spied a large tiger coming   toward    him.   Dismounting,    he  aimed as best he could, with a rifle,  pot of the most modern pattern, ana  fired.     The animal, though wounded,  was not disabled, and sprang in a fury  toward   tha   soldier.   Fortunately  for  the man, ho kept his liead, and with  the rlflo tightly clasped and supported against liis chest,,awaited the oncoming auimal.   'Just\as the tiger .was  ready for the final spring,  with his  jaws wide open, the soldier.jammed  the point  of  the  rifle  with  all   his  might through the," mouth, against the  Base of the skull." Thc "force of-the  animal's spring as ho rushed forward  no doubt helped to end tho struggle  for in a few minutes the tiger was lying on its side and breathing its last.  3?lie plucky soldier rode to the capital  thirty miles away, and reported the  Incident- to   his   commander.  Half   a  dozen' other soldiers Then accompanied him to the spot, and between them  jhe animal was carried home and photographed in front of tho command-:  3r's house.  Pretty Neat'  Under 'Labby Reprinted,' 'Truth'  recalls the following classic anecdote  about thc late Jay Could, tho millionaire railroad 'Boss.' Those who have  heard the yarn will, we are sure, forgive our reproducing iti for the sake  of those who havo not: ���������'  I remember hearing, years a<?o, a  good story about Jctf Gould. He had  a quantity of stock'of some particular  railroad which, being worthless, he  was anxious to soli. His minister  came to him one morning and said to  him: Mr. Gould, I am a poor man  and I have a largo family. I havo  managed to put by ten thousand dollars and if only I could double it I  should not be anxious about the future of my family if I were called  away.  Minister, said Mr. Gould, I will tell  you how to do so, provided that you  will tell no one"else, and he advised  him to purchase largely of this particular stock for a rise.  The minister did so, and the stock  was in great demand. But a month  or two afterwards the market price  fell heavily. Again the minister called on Mr. Gould.  J am -ruined, he said. You have  deceived your pastor.  Pastor, replied Mr. Gould, I told  you to keep my advice a secret. Did  you do so?  Well, said thc minister. 1 did mention it to a few of our ciders.  So I thought yon would, said Gould,  and I have got off tlie whole of the  stock that I held on them and their  friends. Hero aro your ten thousand dollars back.and here arc' ten  more for your trouble in tho matter.  j   Amusing Jim  Sho was a very Mttlo girl, and she  had charge of a still smaller boy, hor  baby brother, Jim. Timidly approaching one of the ticket office windows at Junction, she asked how much  tho fare was to New York. The  clerk told her and she moved away.  But presently    she    returned    and  made the same innocent Inquiry, vs.���������  more to be informed with tho same  courtesy.     A few minutes later snef  was there again.  Look here, my little girl, eald the  clerk, this is the third time you've  asked me the same question.  Yes, sir, said the little girl, I know  that'; but Jim likes to see you peep  ouc at your , window because there's  a lot of bars across Jt and he says it  is just like being at the zoo.  Mandy, what did your husband, say  nbou', the scenery of New York City  and its environs?  Nothing; all he talked about was  the awfulness of' the styles of dress  the women wore.   -  James Francis Dwyer, the novelist,  started on a trip around the world the  other day. Tie's been around before  but this time Jio is going with money  in his pocket. Tho night before he  started he met an Englishman at the  Knickerbocker.  And so you are going to visit-Sydney? said thc Englishman. - I must  give you a letter to my dear old friend  Rowlingson.  I wish you would, said Dwyer, eagerly. 1 very much wish you would. I  havo been afraid that I would not be  able to get iu to see him.  Oh, said the Englishman. Then you  know of him.  More than thai, said Dwyer. I know  him. ,1 was busted in Sydney and he  paid me $5 a week to do $40 worth of  work. . My wife and I lived on that $5  ���������somehow. When I got, a better job  and quit ho yelled around as though  I were abusing his confidence.  Er said the' puzzled Englishman.  And why ,do you want to see him  again, considering- the���������er���������unpleasant nature of your acquaintance?  I want, said Dr. Dwyer, simply 'to  hit him in the other eye.  CRAMPS AT NIGHT /  REQUIRE PROMPT REMEDY  Agonizing Pain Prevented by Keeping  Nerviline Handy on the Shelf  A   CASE   IN   POINT   ILLUSTRATED  Lie still, there_ and 1 .won't hurt you.  Ml I want is your money and your  Jewels and then I'll git.  All light, old man, and while you  }ro searching for the jewels, if you  run across my dress shirt studs, I  R'ish you'd- put them out on the dress-  jr. I haven't been able to find thorn  lor a month.  He  Wanted  it Clear  There, said the stern parent, I've  done something I intended to do long  ago, I've given you a fixed income  and you'll have to live on it. Reinem-  her what I say. You'll have to live  on it.  ���������arhe young man looked at tho slip  of paper which his father handed hfm  'and then he looked at his father.  Dad, ho said, this isn't quite fair.  Eh!   What isn't fair?   .  Why, you mean that I'm to have  $5,000 a year, don't you?  Yes.  Clear?  Of course.  Then if I'm to have $5,000 clear  what do-you mean by giving me a taxable income with no money to pay  the tax.  . With a .wild howl the infuriated father kicked over the waste baslcet and  tore up his check-book.-   .  Deadly cramps���������the symptoms are  not to be mistaken. Suddenly and  without warning the patient experiences such agony in the stomach as  to contort the countenance and causo  him. to cry aloud for help.  Then.it is'that the wonderful power of Nerviline can'make itself felt���������  It cures so quickly. ���������    '   '  "Last summer* I was striken with a  frightful attack of cramps. I feared  tho pain in my stomach would kill  me.  . '"My eyes bulged out and tho veins  in my. forehead stood out like whipcords. '  "My cries atti acted a neighbor, who  camo to my assistance, and iu a moment or two handed mo half a 'tea-  spoonful of Nerviline iu somo sweetened water.  "It seemed as if an angel had charmed away the pain. In ten seconds I  was well. , Nerviline has a wonderful  ���������name in this locality, and is considered ,bcst for cramps, diarrhoea, flatulence, stomach and bowel disorders. I  urge all my' friends to use Nerviline.  . "MANLEY M..-LEGARDE, -  "Williamsburg."  No home is safe_or can '-afford _ to  miss the manifold advantages^,of having Nerviline on Iu nd in case of' accident or oinergont sickness. Large  family size bottles of Nerviline. 50c;  trial size, 25c, all dealers, or Tlie Catarrhozone Co., Buffalo, ,N.Y., and  Kingston, Canada. ' '   -  Editorial'Wriggling  Thc following from a: North Dakota  paper-must take its' place among ,the  classics' of editorial apology.       '  We wish-to apologize-,to Mrs. Orlando Ovorlook. In our- paper last  week we had as a heading: Mrs. Overlook's Big FeetT" The word" wo had  ought to have used is a French word  pronounced tho same way, but spelled  fete. It means a celebration and is  considered a very tony word.  Don't Submit to    Asthma.. If.   you  suffer without hope of breaking the  chains which bind you do not put off  anotbe- day the purchase, of Dr. J. D.'  Kellogg's Remedy. A trial will drive  away, all doubt as' \6 its "efficiency.  The sure relief .that'come j will1, convince 'you- 'more than' anything that  can be written. ' When help is so  sure, why "suffer? This , matchless  remedy is sold by dealers "everywhere.  Lucky Man    .  I suppose you were presented .at.,  court while you weic in London, she- -  inquired.  .  Yes,   replied   ho,  I   was' presented  twice, but was acquitted both times.  Not His Fault      . .     '  - Don't blame mo, judge, your honor,  for appearing before you in this condition.     My wife :7rove mo ti drink. *  She did, eh? How did sho do it?  Well, she kept nagging at mo to  go out and look for a job till I got  so blamed nervous and-upset'that-I  didn't have no contiol over myself.  THE JOHN INGLISCO.,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  A small office boy, who had worked  in the same position .for two years oh  a salary of ?3~a week finally plucked  up courage to ask for an increaso in  wages. . ' .'  How much more would you like to  have? inquired the employer.  "Well, answered the lad, I think $2  a w.eek more would not ho too much.  Well, you seem to me rather a small  boy to be earning $5 a Aveek, remarked his employer.  ���������  I suppose I "do.     I know I am small  for  my  ago,  the  boy  explained,   but  to tell you the truth, since I have been  here 1 haven't had time to grow.  ��������� He received the raise.  A certain eminen landscape artist  sold a picture to a wealthy woman of  Boston. The woman soon became tired of the, picture, because, as sho declared, it' lacked,animation. So she  sent for another artist and'asked him  to paint a man or a woman on the  road "that ran through- the middle of  the' picture. ���������-_-'-  The artist did so, aud-.when he met  the man who had-painted the original  work he told-him what he had done.  I had the temerity to alter a landscape  of yours the other day. ho said. - It  was* the one you sold to Mrs. W. She  wanted a figure painted in/so I added  ah old man walking down the road.   ,  Road! What road? There is no  road "in that "picture.   "    . ;   '_.-_-,  Why, yes* there' is." said "the/other.'  There is a read thatvruns through "the  middle of tho .canvas. '     .   '  Why. you fool, indignantly, cried the  first artist, that's'no1 road! "That's a  river. *        " " , -   , . "  " '"  Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd. .-  ' Gentlemen ��������� In July '1905' I' was  thrown from a road machine injuriug.  my hip and-hac" - badly, and was  obliged: to��������� use a crutch,'for 44 months'.  In Sept. 1906 Mr. Wm.'Outridgo.df  Lachute" urged mo.to try": MINARD'S  LINIMENT, which '!-��������� vc]ld- with ' the'  most satisfactory results and' today-1  am as well as'ever in my.life.  Yours sincerely, ~~~  his  ' MATTHEW :"x ~ BA1XBS,  marl j  < Engines cf all kinds, Doilcrs of all  kinds, Pumping -Machinery,' Tanks, ]  Heavy Plate Work. ere.���������Write for'^  prices.  .   14 STRACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO;       -      CANADA j  Great Invention   ,    '-  What have wo here? ,:.  - My patent reversible fil:n.  And tlie sce'ne? "  ~    >  - -Bulgars''chasing Turks. , Should  you "wish to show it in Turkish-territory you turn ft backward.. Then you  have Turks ceasing Bulgars. .    .  FAMILY OF  FIVE  All Indulged Freely From Infancy  Assisted when necessary by'  Cuticura Ointment. They  keep the skin and scalp clean  and clear, sweet and heal thy,  besides soothing irritations  which often prevent sleep,  and if neglected become  chronic disfigurements.  Outlcura Soap nnfl Ointment aro sold tlirouciiout  the world.   A liberal namplo of each, with :rJ-imi;o ���������  tiooklelon tli������ c-aro and treatment "f the akin ami-  #i:alp,win ponHreo.   Afldrnan 1'ottcr Drue 4. C'bcm.  Corp.. JK'W. 3K. Uostuu, U. S. A.  ���������V.  K.  U. 977  The largo number ofpaiutiugs-that  unscrupulous dealers declare to be tho  work of tho old masters is aptly satirized by Robert Henri, tho artist.  Take for instance, said Mr. Henri,  tho work of tho illustrious English  artist, George Morland, who lived in  the last century- The indefatigable  Morland painted in the course ol'Jiis  life about 4 000 pictures, and of tficsc,  about-1-11 '  ���������   ���������  ���������  Mr. Henri smiled his quiet and intelligent' smile.  Of those,- he continued, no less than  8,000 are still extant.  A short time ago an Englishman  Scotchman, and Titehnu-.n wore at  work together. During the interval  for dinner the two former determined  to play a. joke on their companion.  Trerci'ore, seeing his coat hanging up,  they drew on it a representation of a  donkey's head.  Put did not notice anything until  the Umo arrived for putting on hta  coat. The firm thing In; Baw was the  caricature.      Then,  turning    to    the  It is a common tiling in this country to see whole families growing up  with nervous systems weakened by  tea and coffee drinking.  That is .because many parents do  not realize that tea and coffee contain a drug���������caffeine���������which causes  the trouble. (The same drui is found  in tea.)        .    ..  ' "There are five children In my fam-.  ily," writes'a Western.mother, "all of  whom drank coffee from infancy up to  two years ago.  ���������'My husband and I had heart trouble and were advised to quit cotfee.  We did so 'and began to use Postum.  We now are doing without medicine  and nre entirely relieved of heart  ���������trouble.  (Caffeine causes heart trouble when  continually used as in coffee drinking). '   ���������    ���������  "Our eleven-year-cld boy had a weak  dig-stion fror1-birth; and yet always  craved and was given coffee. When  wc changed to Postum he like it and  we gave him all he wanted. He has  been restored to -talth by Postum and  still likes it."      - ���������     ���������������������������'-. -     ....  Name given by Canadian Postum  Co.,/Windsor, Ont. Write for tho lit-'  tlo/book, "The Road to Wellville.": ���������  Postum comeo in two forms:  Regular Postum���������must be boiled.  Instant Postum is a soluble powder.  A tcaspoonful dissolves quickly in a  cup of hot water and, with cream and  sugar, makes a delicious beverage in:  -    $100   REWARD,  $100    -^  Tho readers    of^'thla   paper . will    -o  pleased to learn.that thoro-is   at  -least  cno     dreaded     dlser.sj that-science has  teen able to ere in all Its stages, and  that is Ca'tar."     Tail's"Calanh Cure Is  thp   only,  po:!t!vc   cure   now-   known   to  the medical fraternity. -Catarrh being-a-  constitutional disease," requires a constl-.  tutional  Ireat.nont. .Hall's Catarrh Cure  i������ taken ������������������internally. 'g directly upon  the0" -~ '. 'nnd   mucous, surfaces, of   the  -,systeni.  thereby, destroying the  founds-  'tion of tbe disease, and giving tlie'patient  stW>*r/i>^b''������ buildin-'r-up .th'o 'constitution  'and'ass'     'g nature.fn,doing its-work.  "The proprietors .have so.'much'fnitb in its  ^curative, powers   that,  tliey -''Offer   ,One  Hundred Dollars for'ony case that it fails  to cure. . Send for list of testimonials.  Addrris .. J.-.CITKNEy. &.CO., -Toledo, O.'Sold b" a'l Druggists. 7G'c. TV >  Hall's Family Pills 'or constipation.  two   men,   he  said  sadly:   Which  of|0tantly.   Grocers sell both kinds.  yez wipsd your face ou me coat?      !    "There's a reason" for Postum.  It's  a   long  Way  Down  When you feel in a scrappy mood  don't try to take a fall but pf-.a flying  machine.  The'ci-53 with which corns -and  wartB can bo removed by llojlow'ay's  Corn Cuie is its strongest recommendation.     It seldom ia'i'.s.      " '   .  Dd You WanV  This Big Book  of \A usicaI Infbr-  mafiow Free ?  K .you ,ar������"-interested i������  music in any form, l>antf,' Or-'  ��������� rhesU'Vi, Piimo^Mundoilj), -Guitar, -or, Iu fin:t, any musical  Snatruhiout, or if you arc think*  Jij'k "of geulnjr an instrument  either now or in Uio future,  rliSs book \vin\pro\e of*th������  greatest .value to you.        ,  _ Scud f5r Jltis Big Musical  ' Encyclopedia ��������� Right-' Now."  Just sctul us a postal asking  na jo send y������u a��������� free copy ot  our Musical I������ncyciopc<lia,',aiitI. ���������  .ne will send it hy return mail,  Also-ask ris:aboui  our free trial offer  'OftViolfttv|^4^-  ? ^ Thos, Glaxton* -  .   LIMITED'  303Y0NGE.ST,  TORONTO,   CANADA.  you  ��������� Mrs. Farmer���������Well, what. do  want���������gi'ub?  Tired Tatters���������Well, lady, do I look  as if I was begcing gasoline?    ��������� ���������  ' As -Values are Judged        -   -  ��������� Great Scott, '\jpmau Are you trying to ruin mo? "   ���������  Why, Henry! You don't even kno^s?  what I paid-for the gown.    ' .       .  "I kuow that any gown that looks as  bad as that one costs more than i  can afford to pay. \ v  ii  9f  BLOOD IS THICKER THAN'WATBK  , Without good red blood a man has a weak heart ������nd poor nerves.  Thlnneu of .  -<~theblood, or anaemia," Is common Jh young folks as" well 'is old.. EipeclalW.lslt-  the case with those who work in illy ventilated factories���������or those vvho'tre.ahut- ' \  up Indoors In winter time with a ctoal stove burning up thc oxygen-cr emitting  carbonic (oxide) gas? This blood, or blood which iackslito red blood corpuscles..   * '  ���������,  Jn anaemic people may have been caused by.lack of good fresh air breathed into  ' luiigs, or'by poor digestion or dyspepsia. .Sometime&.-people suffer 'intense  -   pain over the heart which is not heart disease at ������U, but caused by indigestion.  Whatever thc cause, there's Just-one remedy that you caa turn to���������knowing   .  that it has given satisfaction for over 40 years.  nt>   PIERCE'S *  fiOLDBS MEPICAL DISCOVERY:  is a Wood cleanser and alterative thai starts tho liver and stomach Into vigorous  action. It thus assists the body to manufacture rich red blood which feeds the  heart���������nerves���������brain and organs of the body. The organs work smoothly like  machinery running In oil You feel clean, strong and strenuous Instead of tired,  weak and faint. Nowadays you can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DIs- '  coven' Tablets, as well as the liquid form from all medicine dealers, or tablets  by mafl, prepaid in $1 or 50c tlzo. Adress R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y,  DR. PIERCE'S GREAT 1008 PAGE ILLUSTRATED COMMON SENSE MEDIGAl.  ADVISER WILL BE SENT FREB, CLOTH BODND FOR 50 ONB-CBST STAMPS. ���������THE- SUN, GHAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  9  ; PUTS DRINKERS   BACK  ON THEIR  FEET  y" The man who drinks periodically or habitually is physically, morally, .and  mentally inferior to the sober, Industiious man, and no one realists iL better  .tlmn himself. * ,  It is useless for him to attempt to ovcr-comu the habit or hiH own free will.  He must liavft assistance.  Medical treatment is tlio only soluLIon to his pioblcrn  Tho Ncal Treatment is purely medical. It is a safe, fein<* vegetable coin-  pound taken Internally _which (eliminates tlicak-ohollG. poison from the system  and leaves no bad after effects.    No hypodermic Injections are employed  Call or write any of the Neul Institutes for full information.  "l .- '-NEAL INSTITUTES:"  ' ��������� ���������'  405 Broadway,  Winnipeg,' Man.  3124 Victoria Aye.,, W  "Reg^nar Sask.'     '.  320 Thirteenth Ave.   W.  ",_-    Calgary,   Alta.  SAMPLE MARKET  BAD FOR FARMERS  C. A.  Dunning  Holds That People to  Benefit Will be Mixers of Grain  NO  COMPETITION  a  The Choice of Generations  Sixty-two, .years  ago  your Grandmother  kindled the fire with the  "Eight-day" sul-  -������������������phur������:-.the first EDDY, product. To-day.  most of the nine million Canadians-favor  the  new .silent  "Ses-qui"   non-poisonous ���������  ^ -matches, or one "of the many other brands- -  made by EDDY.   Ask your "dealer.  , /  ..   Diplomacy  Aslcer���������Could you lend ine $3. _. -  'Tcllitt���������You owe rhe flvo now!  Aslcer���������Then lend me two now, and  fet,theNother three apply on the previous loan.  For years Mother   Graves''  Worm  "Sxtermfnator has ranked as the'most  affective' ��������� preparation    manufactured,  nnd. it always maiutalns its reputation.  ' Well, did you discover anything in  -Stump's -past'-lKe that   wo   can - use  against-him?  " Detective���������Not a thing. All ho  ever did'before ho .-came hero* was to  sell awnings.        ; .   .  " Elec'tloni Agent���������Why,' ^that's just  what Vo"want. ;.We'U say^that.ho has  heen'mixed up iu some decidedly  shady transactions.  Mlnard'g"Linlment for sale everywhere  The, attorney for the electric company was-, doing some cheap advertising.  Think or the good the electric company has- done, he cried.   If I were  , permitted: a nun I should say, in the  . svorcs of 'he immortal poet. Honor thc  I.iaht Brigade. '  Yes, remarked Bill Hod. Oh, what  a charge-.they made.  ���������   No Rivalry  Tho Pullet���������Thoy say the ostrich  can run faster,, than any other hird.  The Turkey���������Mehbee so. Kul anyhow I hold the trotting record.  to re-  little  ,     ILLS OF CHILDHOOD  Every, mother should he able  cognize the symptoms of the  ailments' that attach her children. She  should also be in a position to: treat  .thorn promptly. To do this sho shoulcl  keep a supply of Baby's'Own Tablets'  in^ the house at all times. The Tablets never fail to Lo or help to little  ones. Mothers who are anxious for  the welfare of her ,little ones will" receive free for ;,1 he "asking a valuable  little'book- en' thV.ca'i'e of infants sftid'  young children. Concerning tho Tablets, Mrs. G. L. Bonham, St. George,'  Ont.,--says: "I.caif'recommen<l Baby's  Own Tablets as a safe and sure medicine for little ones. I have raised  four babies with thoit aid and would  not he without them." Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Mcdi-  cino Co., Brockville, Ont.'  Here's a chance  for you to buy  your range from  the factory and  save 30%���������rto  buy it.on easy  terms and to get  thc very range  you would choose, even if you  had .to pay the retail price.  Our free book shows you  exactly what the i������nge it like. It de-  ���������cribes each point clearly, and *r������  guarantee our range to be ju������t  at represented.  You might ���������( well tare the retail  profit.    Mail the coupon to-day.  Dominion Pride  ange  Polished  i steel body���������  unbreakabU  idoortand  ca������tiag������T- .  ^beautifully  nickelled  foniiti  MilleableS  Steel flango Ufa.  St., Limited, Oihswa.  ITlaais send Book,  3*me-  Ad4rati~i������i������u~  Tho president of the health insurance company was displeased, not to  say ruffled. He considered himself a  downy bird, a sharp-eyed spectator  and a knowing car. The principal  business of his company was to insure  people against ihness. That- is, for  tl payment of a certain sum amount  annually they could collect an indemnity for all the ;iine they  -ere. ill.  Tlie prize writer of this insurance  stood before the prcsideufand bowed  his head to tho storm of reproach that  was cast upon him  What did you mean by insuring this  fellow Brown? shouted the president.  Sir, said the.prize writer he had  never been sick for a day up to thc  time wc insured him.  But can't you be reasonable! burst  forth thc president.  Well, I admit he has-been sick a  good deal since he took out hi", policy, admitted the man who was being  bawled out.  Sick a good deal!   -'umdered -the  president.     As well as I cau make out  ias soon as ho got this insurance he  jgave up his apartment and hired a  cot in the hospital.  W. N, U, 077  The mother'of a pupil in one of the  Philadelphia schools had beeu helping  her small (laughter with the arithmetic* lesson for the next <lay, and after  struggling through the problems' secured what appeared to be satisfactory results.: Next day when the little  girl, returned from school, the mother  asked with some curiosity:  Were your problems all correct,  dear? .  No, mamma, t'uey were every one  wrong, replied the child.  All wrong? repented the amazed  mother.     Oh, I'm ;��������� sorry.  Well,' mamma, .������iiil tho little one,  consolingly, you iv^dn't worry. All  the other little girls' mammas had  them wrong too.   " ' ���������  A Fallacy to Think That the Millers  ,   Will Compete and  Pay Premiums  Regina.���������From a recent report anon;  the regulations to be made in the establishment of sample markets at V/iv-  nipeg and Fort William, an interview  -was'sought yesterday with C. A.- D.m  nmg, general manager of the Saskat  cliewan 'Co-operative' Elevator   company.     Mr. Dunning was asked  _-1 understand that regulations "putting  in force sample markets at Winnipeg  and Fort William are to    be    iss :od  shortly b'y tho grain commission, and  that ,thb'sample markets will be estab  lished some time at "the beginning of  December.     Is that correct?  Mr. Duuning���������I understand that this  is correct. Thau ��������� it ia the intention  of the Dominion grain commission to  put such regulations into effect iu December.  Will the establishment of such sample markets be of benefit to 'the producer under tho present, conditions?  No, I. do not believe it will, i'or tho  reason "that r. sample market means  the mixing of grade in terminal elevators. In fact there would be no object in buying grain on a sample market except with the object of mixing  grades to the minimum.  -  Would not our Canadian millers  compete on the sarnplo market for a  certain typo of grain?  ���������Practically al! of the great milling  industries of the country have their  own lino of collecting elevators and  have a splendid opportunity at the present time to gather whatever iypo of  grain they w:.ut without bidding ou  a sample market.  Is it not a fact that a large number  of farmers believe that a- sample  market would meaii higher prices to  the producer?     '  "  There is a belief to that effect based  on the assumption that the Europeau-  importcr at. the present" time-is getting something for which he does not  pay iii tho surplus value of grades.  Sample market" advocates argue that  European importers pay for tho. min:  imuin of tlie grade, and frequently receive the average, and occasionally  the maximum of the 'grade, and the  idea" of sample'"market advocates is  that by mixing all grades to tho minimum that-this advantage and-surplus  value can bo turned into the pockets  of tho mixer .d thc western farmers.  Iii this connection" P believe that the  first man'to get'his lingers on surplus  profit, if any exists, would bo tho mixer, and the fa'rmei depends i'or his  share of it' if it exists upon competition' between mixers on''the sample  market. L  Do vou reallv believe, that thc European 'importer is getting something  that he does not pa.v for under the  present system?  No, emphatically no.  But some car joes' are' naturally  minimum, average and maximum of  the,grade, aru they not? -'. ;  But tub keeunoss of competition on  every European ,market - for an>; possible -"surplus of ���������value'.in'a grade ensures every bunco of value being paid  for. . The fr.ct..th * while Canadian  wheat'is" tendci able on the .Liverpool  option, it is seldom-'actually, tendered  for "the, reason Lhftt a premium cau be  obtained for it on the floor of the exchange, which makes it too valuable  to tender on the option, is proof that  surplus values aro being paid for now.  I am firmly convinced that any mixing  and consequent degrading of that value of Canadian certificates on thc  world's markets will 'have a depressing effect on the price paid to the producer. There will undoubtedly be  premiums offered, and paid, if the  sample market is established but thc  chief point for the producer to remember is that the price of the grade  upon which the premium is based will  be' depreciated in'order to allow of  premiums being paid.  One dose of Miller's Worm Powders  will clear the stomach and bowels of  worms, so that the child will no more  be troubled by their ravages. The  powders are sweet to the taste and no  child will object to taking them. They  are non-injurious in their composition, and while in some cases they  may cause vomiting, that must not be  taken as*a sign that they aro nauseating, but as an indication of their effective work.  .������*.-.  -������������������'���������'     ���������- ~        -  Nothing. New  ,   Did that palmist tell you the truth  about yourself?  Yes, but my wife has been doing  that 'lor years.  33  TO submit to a hsadacha 1* to waste energy, tone and comfort.  To stop tt at once simply take  NA-DRU-CO Meatiaclie Wafers  Your Drugfilst will confirm our statement that they do not contain  anything that can harm heart or nervous system.    25c. a box.  NATIONAL D������UG ANO CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA. LIMITED.   124  u iSefaeater " Smokeless" Shells*  If you want a good low-priced Smokeless powder "load,"  Winchester Factory Loaded " Repeater" Shells will  surely suit you. They are loaded with the standard  brands of powclcr and shot, good wadding and with that  same care and precision which have made the Winchester' "Leader" the most popular and satisfactory  high-grade shell upon the market. Some shooters insist  that Winchester '5 Repeaters " "are better than other ,  makers' highest grade shells. A. trial will tell the tale.  Don't forget the name : Winchester " Repeater.'*  THE YELLOW SHELL WITH THE CORRUGATED HEAD.  FARMERS  Can always make sure of getting the highest prices ~*for WHEAT, OATS,  BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR" and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON,  SONS  ANO COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS  ���������      ADDRESS 700-703 Y., GRAIN   EXCHANGt-, WINNIPEG  ������*"s<  ji Winner at IbeRstBj^  A Paste I the F. F. DalxeyG? ltd.|No Du3t  NoWASTEI   HAMILTON. CANADA  INoRUST  ���������������Ss5ixii&&������&Mu&a  'X>..xi&Z  SHIP YOUR GRAIN   TO  PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchants                  - Winnipeg, ManlttiM  Make Bills Lading read: Fort Artiiur or Fort "William. Notify Peter Janssa  Co., Wlnnlpee.  Liberal Advances               ,         Prompt Returns    ��������� Best Grades  |L���������.  FREE  Daily Market Letter and Sample Grain Bag-o.  Send ua your name and addresa and we will  put you on our mailing list���������it's free.    Let u������  keep you posted on market prices for jrrain.  Personal attention given to. selling and grading- of ail  oars. Our Car. Tracing and Claim Departments work In-our  clients* Interest?. We have every facility for- prompt service and  we gret beat results for shippers.  .-   Send.to-day for a supply.of sample bag* and deal with ������  firm whose business h.ns- been built no by satisfied customers.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS  tttfa.GRAIN EXCHANGE     - . .WINNIPEG, MAN.  Paid-up Capital, $150,000  Inferences,   -any    Bank    or  Commercial Agency.  How They Shop  I can undci-stai 1 a woman wanting  to 'mutch a piece of silk.  Well?    ' ..-'������������������ -      ....'���������'  But why should she make mc show  hoi-  all  the   refrigerators' and  griutl-  stoncs we have in stock.   .  Minard's    Liniment    Cures    Dandruff  The  Son  A good story in told of one of our  moHt prominent financiers who had a  Bon whoso extravagance is notorious.  Not. long ago at the end of the busl-  ncB3 day, the banker loft liis ofllco  and stood l'o;- a minute on the kerb  before starling for tlie station. Immediately ;t taxi drove up. tho driver  BCfliiK  n  desirable  fare  hi   propped.  I drive your son to business everyday, Imiinuntcd the driver.  Ilo can afford It. retorted the millionaire.  Not for Him  My.-dear sir, I would lltcc to take  you apart.  Thank you, but I have had all tho  operations I caro to undergo.  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  arc made according to a formula in  use nearly a century ago among tho  Indians, and learned from them by  Dr. Morse. Though repeated at-  tcnipls have been made, by physicians and chemists, it haa been found  impossible to improve thc formula or  <hc pilltf. Dr. Morse's Indian Root  l'ills area household remedy throughout the world for Constipation and  all Kidney and Liver troubled. They  act promptly and effectively, and  Cleanse the Sly&tetttt the sun;  grand forks,  b, c.  G. A. Evans. Editor and publisher  SUBSCRIPTION HA'XKS :  Mie Y ear $1.50  hie ITear (in advance)  1.00  1 >ne Year, in United States ..,  1.50  Address all communications to  The Grand Forks Son,  -'honb K74 Gkand Pohks, B.C  FRIDAY, JANUARY 2,' 1914  The forthcoming civic election on  tbe 15th inst. is yet too far of! to  enable The Sun to give a list of  the, candidates. Up to the present time only Mayor Fripp has  announced himself as a candidate  for reelection. , It is understood,  however, that there will be more  candidates in the field before nomination day. Besides the mayor and  aldermen', there are two school trustees to be elected.  "The whisky market was weak on  ihe 1st and 2nd. As.The' Sun goes  to press it is gradually legaini.ig its  normal strength.  J. H. Ryley returned to tbe city  today, after spending the Christmas  holidays with his family at Queens  Bay! '      .  A very successful Christmas tree  and entertainment was given in the  parish hall of Holy Trrnity church  on Tuesday evening by the Sunday  school pupils. There was a large  crowd present, and the festivities  were kept up .until 10 o'clock.  SOUR, ACID stomachs;.  GASES OR INDIGESTION  Jf there is a gentleman who can  moke natural "ice wh n the thermometer ienters 40 in the shade,  he can obtain ������ lucrative position  by coming to Grand Forks.  Hockey Schedule  .}>m. 5���������f-JreenwoorJ at Phoenix.  7���������Phoenix at Grand Forks  '9���������Grand Forks at Greenwood  .  19���������Grand Forks ab Phoenix.  23���������Grand Forks at Greenwood.  26���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  28���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  30���������Grand Forks at G.ieenwood.  Feb. 2���������Grand "Forks at Phoenix.  "*4���������Greenwood at Grand Forks.  4���������Greenwood ,at Grand Forks.  6���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  9���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  11���������Phoenix at .Green wood.  13���������Grand Forks at Greenwood:  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  Girls! Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a 25 cent bottle..   of Danderine.  If yov care 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 the  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 rob?  the hair of its lustre, its strength and  its very life, "and if not overcome ir  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  Rfad The dun and be happy.  Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3000  ���������   grains-food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.  ^__ J  Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion,  heartburn, sourness or belching of  gas, acid, or oructations 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, stomachs  trouble forever by. getting" a- large  fifty-cent ' case ��������� of -Pape's Diapepsin  from any drug store." You realize In  five minutes how needless it-is to-suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any  stomach disorder.. It's the quickest,  surest and most ��������� harmless stomach  doctor in the world.  enaers ror  a  EALED TENDERS  will   be 'received bv the undersigned .up   to  and  including   Monday, January  tbe twelfth, 1914, for supplying  fiftv  cords   green    wood, four-foot   length,  split fir-or tamarack.  . Same to be delivered and piled at  the Central Sohool as and where  directed..^  Tenders to state time of delivery. __  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ������������������ - ���������.  ' Dated at Grand Forks.; .B.-C.,-   De  comber 31, 1913.  GEO." H. 'HULL,'  Secretary Board of Trustees.  NlOflCE  TENDERS FOR-A MINEflAL  CLAIM  FORFEITED TO THE'CROWN  SEALED TENDERS will be received by the  undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon on  Tueday, the 10th. day of. February. 1911, for  the purchase of the undermeiitioued mineral claim forfeited to thc crown.  All tenders must be nt least eciual to the  upset price as-given below, which represents  the taxes, co<-ts, interest, etc., Crown Grant  Fe''s and cost of advertising.  The name of the mineuil claim is tbe  "Florence," Lot 9C6s. situate in Grand Forks  Mining Division.  Up*et price ?40.91, and oost of advertising  $10.00.  Kach tender must be accompanied by  u certified cheque payable at par at Penticton. Tlte cliecpie of any unsuccessful tenderer will be ictuniL'd at ��������� we.  J AS. R. BROWN,  Government Agent,  l'airview, K. (J.  Duted at Fairview,  December soth. 1913.  CHRISTMAS  SUGGESTIONS  gttfflf  IN DAINTY JEWELRY  EVER before have we  been able to offer  such a pleasing variety of novel and - exclusive  designs as we show this  season. They must be seen  to be properly appreciated.  The following descriptions  are, however, suggestive. of  their worth-while "nature:  LOCKETS���������Large oval and plain  lockets, bright and- Roman  finish, round pearl' set, hand  engraved, plain," square and  heart shaped.    Priced $2to,$10  BRACELETS ��������� Solid gold in .,  plain and hand engraved,pearl  and amethyst set, pearl and  Tourmaline set, in tlie latest  patterns. Gold filled Bracelets  in plain and hand engraved,  of the latest patterns. Child's  Bracelets to fit any child.  Prices $2 to 825  BROOCHES--In solid   gold, of  the latest  empire patterns; in    "  gold-filled from 81 up  RINGS of all kinds.' Diamond  set in platinum; pearls that  are beauties, set in ��������� solitaire  and tsvis in three and five sets.  Birthday Rings, and Signet'  Rings, Wedding Rings in  three patterns, and last,' but  not least, Baby Rings in  several patterns and sizes.  FOBS, CHAINS. AND NECK-  .'  " LETS of all styles; ���������-     "  PENDANTS are the vogue.  These we show are . charming  in design and follow the'latest  Parisian style in mounting or  setting.  PLATEWARE in 1835 R. Wal-   .  lis, in all fhe newest combination1;, and   A.   D.   Morrison's   .  Al   16 dwt.  CUT GLASS. We have paid  particular attention to this  department, and have the  largest assortment on hand we  ever had hefore, in cuts  that are beauties, ranging in  price from   SI.50  to S75 00  A. D. MORRIS08  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS, B, C.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby yivpn th.it the firm  known a.s Mooybofjt- & Postum, black  smiths and. bicycle dealers and re  paireiw, has been dissolved, to> take  effect on January 1, 1914. All persons indebted to said firm are requested to make payment, and all persons  having accounts against said firm, are  requested to bring in their bills before  that date The business will be con  tiuued bv J. Mooyboer.  Grand" Forks, B.C , Dec  19, 1913.  J. MOOYBOKR,  II    POSTMA.  Grand Forts   Second-  HJ   Q+ WINNIPEG AVE  and otoreop-WinnipcgHote  We Bay, Sell and Exchange  Everything We also do all kinds  - of Tailoring. Work.'"' We-lire Experts in Furier Work, Cleaning,  Pressing and. Repairing. .Satisfaction guaranteed in everything.'  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 yon buy a wagon  from us  and anything goes wrong H. BanCSOn, Proprietor  with it, drive up in front of our  store and  see  if we  don't ���������_________���������____������^_������___  Advertisement in The  Sun  bring  results because it is .the peoples'paper  The Sun only costs $1 a year.    It  'prints nil the news.  make good.  clntyre CSb Smith  e  =%.  'isc a. isonograpiis  The latest and greatest musical instruments  Hear this once and you-will want one-in-your ,  home.    Call  at our s'^ore and listen to the reproduction of music in a natural way.,.  Woodland ��������� & Ouinn  The Rexall Drug-gist������  ^  J  About Our Choice Cuts of  X  \  Beef, Pork, Mutton arid  '"    '���������"     ' A,Nice Line of Fresh  J; ;i Poultry and FishL  - -       ; Always in Stock  ���������     Try the Shamrock Brand  STICK BY THE GO  They are usually best  and most, .satisfactory  in the end.     ' '   -  BOUNDARY'S BEST  BOTTLED  C  is a home product of    -  genuine merit. -Get a  a case today arid'try it    .  now.    Ask for it.  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  $1.50  PER.DOZEN,  DELIVERED  0D and FENCE POSTS  Dry four-foot Fir and  Tamarac. Cedar and Tam-  arac Posts. Prompt attention to  phone  ordrrs.  A.    GALLQWAY  RANCH WOOD DEALER  PHONE L 14 COLUMBIA,'B. C.  LIVERY  AT YOUR  SERVICE  ���������Modern Rigs, and Good  Horses at All Hours at  the  Model Livery Barn  Burns S O'Ray, Props.  Pfione 68   v Second Street  Palace Barber Shop  Kuzor Hotline a Special y.  P. A.  Z,   PARE,  Proprietor  1st Doom North op Gkanby  Hotel,  Fihst Stkkkt.  Wm. B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman  . C3RAND FORKS, B.C.  Mill? and "Cream delivered -to all parts of the city  ''daily.' .Dairy "absosolutely  sanitary. Weendeavor.to-  please our customer's.  nartinriulleri  A U Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN- ._���������;"._  Wood and Coal  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo. 's Stor e  . PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre 8  Mclnnis, Proprietors  Don't forget that The Sun has the  best job printing department in the  Boundary country.  The Sun is the best newspaper  value 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 and Its  suburbs, the directory contaius lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods thoy ship, and the ^Colonial  and Foreign Markets thoy supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the United Kingdom.  A copy 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 $5, orlarger advertisements from S15.  THE LONDON; DIRECTORY CO., LTD  " 25, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.  If you read The Sun you get the  news of the city, the province and  the world. It is possible for a Sun  reader to keep abreast of tho times  without the aid olthe daily papers.  \ THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. 0.  /���������'  <L  1  wfeter goods, and ������air spring. stocl  Bl  e staff every season with, a ires  hew .;ahd,-fres  take-it-away prices!  will also Bse fresh. ' T  prices  to introduce:  irts  " Men's Fine Outing  Shirts!.     -^  ' V."Sale Price.".'  .Men's 'Black;,Sateen  Shirts, in all  sizes.   Sale Price .'....'.....  Men's Oxford Shirts, in a variety of  patterns and all sizes.    Sale Price  Men's Strong Kaki Shirts, made of  durable material. ' Sale Price....  Men's Blue Flannel Shirts.  Sale Price   OH  5o  Heavy Black Drill Shirts.  Sale Price   Coll  ars  Linen Collars'-.:;>' :' v . ;"  will be sold as low as'"  ���������r^i]  Our stock is all new this season, and  is a standard of excellence that is not excelled by any other line ot hand-tailored  clothing on the market. It includes Tweed  Suits, Worsteds, Black and Blue Serges,  Grey* Cheviots, Smoking Jackets, Bath  Robes, Burberry' Coats and extra Pants,  all of which we will dispose of at unheard  ot prices.  Neckti  es  We have put   our complete Fancy Stock  Necktiesinto just three classes.  Sale price, 2 for      : ��������� - - -    ��������� ���������.  <00?   vvv       grades ... . . OU  of  C  ncierwear  Heavy grades in all-wool Underwear, ribbed or  plain, Nothing to equal it ever ^^ ISSfl  offered. Sale price per suit.  . ������PlfeBH<bl^  Other cheaper varieties in Underwear will - be  sold at this sale for gf* ������f    tf%$%  Per Suit.     3 i aOlJ  Hats  300 Men's Soft and  Hard Felt Hats,  three prices.    Sale price  Just  Men's Jewelry  Our Stock of Men's Jewelry will be cut in  two, including Watch Fobs, Chains, Cuff'  Links, etc.  es, Felts and Shoe Packs  Boots and Shoes will come in for their share in this price-butchering sale. It is not our method to carry our stock from one season to another, which would be ruinous to our reputation as up-to-date Furnishers. Strong working boots will be g* 4 Q f%  sold as low as      ^u | B^|^f  i tie char  Ii at i  Bridge Street STHE SUN", GRAXD FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  Can quietly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely v  ���������act tuielj  gently on tl  liver. Cure  Biliousness,  Headache,  Dhul-     _ -'-���������ii  pet*, and Indigestion.    They do their duty.  Small Pill. Small Doso, Small Price.  Xienuine must bear Signature  FHg NEW mSNOH REMEDY. N������1. M.2. &&  THERAPIOM g5&M  "reatiuccesj, cures chronic weakness, lost vioot  *: VIM, KIDNSY.   BLADDER. DISEASES. BLOOD   rOISOR,  >ILF.S.   EITHER NO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL SI. POST 4 CTt  ��������������������������� .OUGERA CO. 90. BEEKMAN ST. N EW YORK or C.YU A.t BROS  VORONTO.    WRITE FOR FftZS BOOK TO OX. LB Cl-EMl  fl.CO, HAVERSTOCKRd. rUMPSTEAD. LONDON. EN A.  NEW DRAaES (TASTELESS) PORUOV rA������Y TO TUS  HERAPION EffiaDo������-  ��������� JZS THAT TRADE  MARKED WORD 'THERAPIOM' IS OI  lSir.<K>VX.aTAUFASFIIBDTOALX.GI.Nt;iNEFACJtSTa  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Something batter than llneu and i >  laundry lulls. Wash It with eoap and  water. All'stores or direct. Statu style  pud sizo. For iur;. we will mail yon.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA.  Limited  68 Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  C  K8T AND HHAITH TO MOTHER AND gHlLSJ.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrcp has been  ���������*3C-u tor over SIXTY YEARS bv MlXWONS ot  MOTHERS   for 'Ilieir   CHIUHtKK    WII.'LS  f'EKTHING with PKRFKCT SUCCESS. It  GOTHES the CHILD SOFTENS the CUMS.  fU.?.-Vx3 all PAIN CUKKS U'INC COLIC, and  la the best remedy io\ XHAKRIlOvA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure aud ask iOf 'Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup,' and take ao otl'Si  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  LADIES WANTED ��������� DO AUTISTIC  congenial need' wide at home; make  from three'lo five dollars per clay decor-  ittinf,' cushion tojia. Armour Art Co.,  Dept.   Li.,  Brcdiilbuno  Block,  ���������Winnipeg.  Would you mind resting your head  on my left shoulder, dearest?  To be nearest your lioart, murmured  the beautiful girl.  Yes; and to be farther away from  tho cigars I have in my rigUt pocket.  50c. a box cr six boxes for $2.50,  at all dealers, or The Dodcls Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Cannda.  Don't Cackle  A wealthy trader recently received  im Invitation for himself and bettor  half to' spend a week-end with a well-  known peer. At breakfast on tlie  morning following their arrival Mrs.  Nouveau Riclie, in trying to chip off  tho top of an ogg with her knife, exercised so much strength that tho  egg was knocked out of the cup and  rolled under tho table.  Not knowing tho correct thing to  do in such circumstances, she appealed Jto her husband. '  John, sho whimpered, I have dropped an egg.     Whit am I to do?  'Don't 'cackle, replied 'the' in'atter-of-  fact Johu.        ,  Relief for. Suftering Everywhere-���������  Ho whose life is made miserable by  the suffering that comes ���������from Indigestion and has not tried. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills does not know how easily  tills formidable foe can be-dealt with.  These pills will relieve where others  fail. They are the result of long and  patioivt study and.are confidently put  forward as a sure corrector of disorders of the d* -estivo organs, from  which so many suffer."  His' Side Line  -   Where can I 'find the chief of police? asked the stranger .in Slocu'm-  ville.  'Tho native, ponded. That's him  over yonder by the Palace hotel, shining that grocery drummer's shoes.  Minard's Liniments Cures Burns, Etc.  Learning  George had become keen on golf,  but lie could not drive. IJo worked  out a home-made captive ball attached by a cord to a spike driven .Into  tho ground.  Out on the lawn ho tried a mighty  swipe. The ball Hew fast and true,  but alas, when it came to the end of  its tether it came back with a jerk  and George cleverly stopped it with  liis eye.  What have- you been doing? anxiously asked- airs.. George as he staggered "into the drawing room.  Learning to drive.  Which���������a motor-car or an aeroplane?  THE HALF-SPEED  MAN AND WOMAN  What It Means   Wken   You Feel  "AH Out'of "Sorts"  . You know what it means ��������� to' feel  "all out of .sorts!." Most people have  felt this way at some time. Nerves  out of order, irritable, languid, depressed. An aching ' head, a .fagged  brain, appetito' bad and digestion  weak. With some people this condition comes and goes; with others it is  chronic; they can't shake it off. It  interferes with business,-spoils recreation and robs life of all Its joys.  These men and women are only able  to live and work at "half speed."  Half speed people havo, lost that j  abundant .natural vitality which. on-j,  ables others to'.go-."full-speed-ahead"!  through life. Their energy and'nerve';  powe:- have evaporated���������they cannot  work long-ivithout breaking down. The  trouble is nerve ..weakness and is  caused by poor, watery blood.. You  can begin to improve your condition  to-day by taking Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They make rich, "red blood'  once more pulsate through your veins,  and your nerves thrill with fresh vigor. Here is convincing evidence that  new strength and full health can be  had' through the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. Mr. Newton Mayhew,  North Tryon. P.E.I.. says: t "I am r.  farmer and naturally have to -work  very hard. Tho result v/as that I  found myself very much run down. My  blood became thin aud watery, and  my muscles flabby. I ��������� took doctors  treatment but it did not-help mo and  I grew so weak that I could scarcely  work at all. As I found thd medical  treatment was not helping inc I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  and in these I iound tho medicine I  nestled, as in a short time I was restored to my old. health and vigor. I  shall always recommend these pills to  all sufferers."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold  by all medicine dealer.-;, or will be  mailed, post paid at 50 cents a box  or six boxes for $2.50 by The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Encouraging  Poet���������Ilowhiiuch will it cost .;to  send that manuscript?  Postmaster���������It will cost two cents  an ounce. This is first-class matter.  " Poet���������Thank you sir! Thanks -for  the compliment.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Nothing to it  Reggie���������If pa was to die, ma, would  he go to heaven?  Ma���������Plush, hush, Reggie! Whoever  has been putting such ridiculous  thoughts into your head?  VV. N. U. 977  Try Murine   Eye Remedy  If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart  ���������Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist? Sell  Mtirino Eye Remedy, Liquid,. 25c, 50c.  Murine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes,  25c,  SOc.    Eye  Hooks  Vrtto  by  Mail.  An Kyo tonic flood for All 7,yott that Mtod Care  |4urlc:c  Rye  Kmainiy  Co..   Chicago  The Reverse  An American merchant discovered  that a man had been falsely represent-  h>S hmiseif as a collector for the firm  and raking more money than, any two  of the firm's agents.  And so, said tho merchant to the  pollco, I want him-collared-as'quickly  as possible.  Detective���������All right. I'll have him  in jail in less than a week.  Merchant���������rG-reat Scot, man! I don't  want, lii.m put jn jail, I want to. engage'him,  Up in Smoke  An. attractive stock certificate showing a. picture of a factory chimney  emitting smoke is very suggestive of  where your^inoney goes.        . ���������. ' . ,.  ft  wfflmmm  %.i������f>ixW^$^m:i0  Don't waste time on inferior salves because they're a  few cents cheaper.  I haveN-proved Zam-Buk  best for Eczema, Piles, Skin  Dlseases.^and Injuries.  As a mother, you owe It  to your .family to use the  best, that's Zam������Buk I  50c box. AH "Druggists and Storts.  ^gfTlERBAL HEAL^  mRmmmmmma-stsaEm������  A Gin Pill at Bed Time  will not only prevent any form of Kicluey trouble  but will assist tlie Kidneys in tlieir work of filtering  tlie impurities from the blood. Kidneya v������:orking  propevly-niean a good complexion, bright eyes,  a clear brain, in fact a condition of general  good health. . '  - Crim PilSs are sold by all druggists, at 50c. per  box, 6 for $2.50, or direct from  National Dreg and Chemical Co., of Canada Limited, Toronto.  ' ��������� - 182  Sure Proof^     /  Ma���������-Come, Willie,'don't-���������'be,so selfish. Let yotir little n brother play  with your marbles a while.  Willie���������He 'means to keep them al-  .ways.    . "  "Ma���������Oh, I think'not!   ���������  Willie���������I say Yes, cause he's swallowed-two of thorn already.  For Burns and Scalds.���������Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil will take the 'fire out  of a burn" or scald more rapidly than  any other preparation. It should be  at hand in every kitchen so that it  may be available at any time. There  is no preparation required. Just,apply the^oiLto the burn or scald and  the pain will'abate and in a short time  cease -altogether.  A member of the House of Commons had been paying attention to a  young lady for a long while, and had  taken her to. attend the House until  she was well posted in tlie rules. On  tlie last day of tho session, as they  came out, he bought her a bouquet of  flowers, ami"said to her:  May I offer you my haudlul of  flowers?   .  She replied promptly:  I 'move to amend by omitting all  after the word hand!  Ho blushingly seconded tho amendment, ,?nd they adopted it unanimously. -���������     . '   "  KILLS THE Fll  rf*1"  ENGLISH   ffiffig. LACE I  MAOK IV IHl VlLLACUS IN BUCKlNdHAllSHIRt.  No. 100.  , PRICE-  -.20  per yard.  fh������  worker*  hav������a  beautiful  collection  of Collarf.  a^w.^��������� ���������"^-^^MbLi^1 HsuiUlfls  Our Lacaa wer������ awarded Gold Medal at   lies, Fronts,  (ho  Foitival of Empira and Imperial   Set,, Yokse.  exhibition, Ccyttal Palace. 1911. Stock*,  "   STOCK COLLAR. ������ cents (hair) Plastroni.   Jabots, &c.  from .SO,  .BO, .78 up.  ���������  Eerthes,  IPIvij . o'clock  D'Oyley������.  4c. and  everythlnfl  that can b������  nadeta Lace. Yard Lace  and Insertion from   .10,  ���������SO, .25 up to ������2.60  Vtt yd.  Booklet entitled An  latvrestlnj Hosts Indut.  ������rr." Illustrating over  ICO Aetlfini of Pillow  Lac*, post free to any  Iiart of world. The  ace-raakeri ara very  find of any orders,  cowever email  BUCKS Htni-taad.  PILLOW LACK eat-  wears ������r at**r. -  Mr������.   Una  ��������� Armstrong,   .  Olney,  Buck9    .  ENGLAND  OFJCZEMA  Let those who havo suffered from  eczema tell you-'of its tortures. No  othe:d can fully realiz 3 what it means  to endure tho .keen auguisli caused  by. the itching aud bunting.  Dr. Chase's Ointment is the best-  known ointment manufactured, because it lias conquered eczema. It  quickly kills thc fire of .this terrible  .skin disease, brings conifort to the  sufferer, and gradually "heals up the  raw, flaming sores. , -  'There are scores, of other uses for  Dr.' Cease's 'Ointment .wherever there  is itching, chafing or. irritation of the  'skin,-, but this is the-great test for a  healing, soothing ointment: Will it  cure eczema? Because' ������������������ it does not  fail 'in long- standing cases of eczema you may depend on Dr. Chase's  Ointment to soothe itching skin and  heal sores, no matter what may he the  cause.  Pitied  Him  How's our old f:\end, Dick?   ,.   -  Ab! Poor chap. "  What!  Is he dead?  ���������Worse than that.    . -  Heavens! What's happened to him?  He's-run off with my wife.  "Perrin  Gloves"  give tlie final      "'^V  touch of effective- ^^'  ness to any costume.  Best dealers, everywhere sell  Tlie Soul of a   Piano  is the  Action.   Insist on tha  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  nE!  W5. COPYRIGHTS &  Si5  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUMSDEN   BLDG.(C^1YSKJiK) TORONTO.  \WRire for terms. . M.3713.  YOU GET MOKE MILTv   , .  when cow3 aro de'iorncJ. The KEYSTONE DEHORNEH is tlie most effective Instrument on 'the. market.  It. cuts clean from four ..sides. X������  crus'jinj;. O'ukes leas than two. minutes.' No bad ftfter-eft'octii. Writ*  for booklet G. E. H. H'KENNA, ���������  219 Robert St.,  Toronto,'Can,  fffirfs.'xfA/excUidenVMmBj.Canada ^j  W*  T JNLESS you have facilities for testing cement, you must  ^.- depend upon the manufacturer foi* Cement that is  reliable ��������� Every car of Canada Cement is thoroughly  tested, and unless it passes every test it is not allowed to leave  the mill.  You can depend upon Canada Cement  Be sure you get it.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  There is a Cnnad* Cement dealer in your neighborhood.   If you do not  know him, oak us for his name.  H'ritt our Information Bureau for a free cofiy cf the 160 finge book "Jf'/jal  tie Farmer Can Do ffitA Concrete." I  ii y  1  ZTHE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIAN  >������rtWjj������������<IIB|  I  1:  vv  I  ft  MA  I  1  !  r.'r  Rf,  Dr. Burleson  rives  A Very Natural  take  By CLARISSA MACK1E g  Dr. Allen came inlo the"living room,  tfrawing on liis "driving gloves. lie  "was an - elderly man, hard driven by  ������n extensive country practice, which  be was about to share with an assistant from the city.  "I am called, over to Ridgewobd,  Molly,"- he said to his plump litlla  ���������wife. "There's ,to bo a. consultation  on the Travers case. Brown has telephoned for me. I may not return until  late this evening." .. .  "Oh; dear!" sighed Mrs\ Allen. "Tha's  fs awkward���������just when you are expecting Dr. Burleson. "But he may not  come today."  "I'm expecting a telegram any mo.  toont. lie said ho would wire just before ho left You havo a room for  Mm, dear?"  "Oh, yes, tho chimney room.'   It's s'c  cozy on these October evenings."  * , Delia Allen looked up from her sewing :. with ' it   mischievous  smile" crinkling her lips.'-   - :..���������'/ '    *  '    ,  "   "Mother is spoiling him, dad, dear;'  She  lias  hung  new   curtain's  iu  tho'  chimney room, and>shc lias picked'ou!  all'the prettiest worked slippers and  Bcclciic   holders "and".shaving   paper'  "VHET TELh US TOTJ ARE FBOJI ALLEN'S."  balls that your lady invalids shower  ��������� on you at Christmas and has adorned  bis room  with (hem.    Now,  mother,  you know you Iiavel" '      . '  Father' ahtVdn'ujjtoter laughed tcudor-  , ly'at tho'embarrassment of, the dear  little woman, who ' murmured some;  thing about."refined young men far  away from their homes."  '" "Here comes ��������� Peter "with ��������� tho carriage," announced Delia from the window, and she flow to tuck his.mrdi-  clno case into'the buggy and receive  liis farewell kiss. 4 '  It was an hour later that the expect-  6* telegram arrived.  Delia smoothed out the message and  read scornfully:  Meet me at 3:12 train. Save best room  for mo. . BURLESON.  "Why���������why, what a singular "message!" faltered Mrs. Allen, all her exalted Ideas of thc now assistant crumbling to dust.  Delia laughed. "Well, mother, of  courso I will meet him. Ho must be  rather amusing, to say tho least We  ���������won't worry father about Dr. Burle-  "jh's ' eccentricities. He will be" disappointed."     ' ".'���������*.  Delia Allen, very straight jand'sHin  fn her scarlet coat and gray skirt,, with  tfcarlet feather in her g:������.y hat, drove  -i)ahdy to the railroad station; to meet  the."8:12 trato;    As the rubber "tired  runabout wheeled around to a standstill'$������ fcho platform the'train rushed  'in with a "roar of escaping steam'aud  T4' thunder" of wheels on the rails.  Then n Ugh pitched, rather, dlsagree-  tblo voice sounded at Delia's elbow.  "They tell mo you are from Allen's."  ������ald tho voice shr/piy.  "Dr.' Burleson?" she asked crisply.  "Yes."  Delia turned tho carriage, nnd Dr.  flurleson tossed a heavy suit caso in  the back and climbed to a seat besido  her.  They drove in silence for some time.  "How's tho old man?" io asked after  ' tv/blle,  Eplltt stiffened.  "Yon mean my rathe*' of course,"  sho said coldly. " "He is" very well,  thank you. lie.was called to Ilidge-  wood this morning! Otherwise h������  would have met you himself."  "Every cloud has a silver lining,",  he said with a laugh that was extreme.'  ly unpleasant to Delia Allen.  Delia thought of the dainty chimney  room, and she wondered what her  mother would thlnli of the guest for  whom she had made such thoughtful  preparations.  -   Dandy turned in nt tho open-irat������  " ������ny and stopped before the door oi  the wing where her father's office was  situated.  Mrs. Allen ca ne into the porch, cordially smiling.  "Here'is Dr. Burleson, mother," said  Deila.dryly as the new assistant went  up the steps with his suit case in hand.  "I am very glad to see you," said Mrs.  Allen, holding out'her hand.  The physician gripped it in a large  red paw.  "Pleased to meet you," he said rather awkwardly, and Delia'stared as-lie  added in a businesslike tone: "1 hope  you saved a decent room for me. I  iwircd Allen to that effect"  "I trust you will find'it entirely comfortable," said Mrs. Allen haughtily,  and she called Peter from the flower  bods to conduct the doctor to his room.  Alone, the two women stared.at each  other.  ' "Mother, ho will never do!" whispered Delia.  "He is Impossible," said Mrs. Allen  with flashing eyes. -  "' Delia %drovo. Dandy, around to the'  barn and then returned to the house  to find'.black Peter in earnest convcr-  , cation" with her mother. Tho old servitor was. rubbing his woolly head in  perplexity.       . .  '.' "Sho," Miss.\Molly, he am de con-  traptedost I' cber. seen." grumbled Peter. "Scs he; 'Bring me ice water,  boy, an' is (ley a drink cin de'house  or am dig a "temp'rance" hotel?' an'  whoa I tells "him it ain't a saloon he  asks, 'What kinda ranch am dls any.  way?'"  , Mrs. Allen's face was pale and red  by turns.  "Is - there anything else that Dr.  Burleson wishes?" she asked.  ���������' "Yas'm, Miss.Molly. Ses'he. ,'Taka  all dose yore dinglebats outer, dis yere  "room,* au'/yas'iu, he. flang all dose  t'ings at my haid." Peter brought his  hand from behind his back and displayed an-orange colored shaving ball,  a bcribboucd necktie holder, a fancy  pincushion and a pair of worsted slippers.       ''  ' "The man Is intoxicated," salt) Delia  from tho doorway, and just then Dr.  Burleson's heavy step was heard in the  hall. In a moment he appeared, looking nt his watch. ^  "It's   after A,' and "i   had   a Might  lunclf." ho said briskly..". "Just havo  cook'fix up a .steak'for. me.    Some  onion's .with it would go" well.   And a  picco of apple pie,  the  kind  mother^  used to make, eh?   I'll go out to ths'  stables and take a look nt tho horse."  He nodded toward tbeni, clapped his,  green  hat on his head and left the  hous.c, sauntering slowly toward tlie  ham.  ��������� Peter followed him. grumbling.  Mrs. Allen looked at Delia and was  about to speak ��������� when there, came a  ring at tho doorbell.  :Della answered It. looking singularly  handsome, for her cheeks were flushed  .with anger and her eyes shining ljke  stars. ' ��������� ,     . -       1      - '"' ���������  On the doorstep stood a tall, slightly  built -young'man, ' with- eycglasses-  astride.hls handsome nose. Ho was  Immaculately' attired, and beside him  on tho porch were a leather suit case  and a traveling bag. '"  "Dr. Allen?" he Inquired, baring his  head.  ,"1 am sorry, but my father Is away.  He may not return until late this evening.'.' returned Delia. "Is there anything?"-    " V  "I am Dr.. Burleson," explained the  newcomer calmly.  "Dr.     Burleson!"    shrieked    Delja."  "Why���������why. pardon me, but we have  been entertaining Dr. Burleson.    Oh,  there must be some mistake.   Do come  in and see mother."  So Delia hustled the astonished,  young man Into tho living room and  Introduced him to her mother.  "I knew there was somo awful mistake." said Mrs. Allen quietly as sho  shook hands with him. ~^  The ricw-"Dr.-Burleson-displayed a  letter from Dr. Allen, which fully identified bim as the new assistant. Still,  there was tho man at tho barn whom  Peter reported as making n careful examination of'bandy and who was behaving in a very rudo m������tiner.  "Supposo I go'out and Interview this  gentleman," suggested Dr. Burleson:  When Dr. Burleson returned from  the barn it was with a smiling request  for the first Dr. Burleson's baggage.  "He auks nio to apologize for a mistake," said the young doctor.  "Now. do tell us till nbout it." said  Mra. Allen nftor the new nnslntant  had relumed for the second time, hav.  ing escorted Dr. Burleson to the top  of the hill and directed lilin to his  propor destination.  Dr. Burleson laughed pleasantly.  It appears- that your visitor lias a  right to his professional title, but he  happens to be a veterinary surgeon.  Ho was called hero to treat an animal  belonging to Hosea Allen, proprietor  of some' big boarding iiouse. Perhaps  you know of the place?"  "Oh, yes ���������over near the bay," responded Mrs. Allen.  "He had never been here before and  . was surprised to find the boarding  house conducted on such a small scale.  It sccni3 ho wired Hosea Allen lo have  a room reserved for him, and at tbe.  station I believed he asked if there  was a conveyance for Alien's, and they  evidently pointed out your daughter."  "But your telegram?"  "My telegram? Oh, I never sent any,  after all."-  So the new assistant had a very informal Introduction Into his wife's  family. Oh. yes, he fell In love with  Delia and married her, much to. the  delightof Dr. Allen vandhla wife. And  Mrs. Allen often shudders and says:  "Ju������t suppose th������ other Dr. Burleson had been tbe riUht one, Dollar  . But Delia only to'ighs nnd answers:  "Then you couidii't indulge in dins-  bats, mother, dear}''  SOOTHING STEIN1TZ.  A FIGHTING RACE.  Pathetic Scene After Lasker Had Beaten the Old Master.  For thirty years' the late William  Steinitz-beat every player who ventured to oppose him and was at last  beaten by a mere youth. I bad prophesied that his hour had come, writes  Robert J. Buckle in the Chess Amateur, and at Hastings the moment he  'saw-me ho ��������� rushed in with' a red hot  attack. "How' daro you say Lasker  would beat inc?"~ho almost screamed  in. response'to my ' outstretched hand  and attempt at a smile of welcome.  . Lasker had actually beaten him, as  1 had foretold. The crowd looked on  for a row. We were' In the dining  room of the Queen's���������a score of masters present. 1 took his arm and led  him outside.  "You bad no right lo say it," he  cried, "and I-demand.an explanation."  He continued to protest until we had  reached a quiet corner. "Why did  you say it���������why did you say it?" be  repealed shrilly. '  I waited'till he had blown off steam,  then "Because you were sixty," I said.  That softened him. lie examined me  with his Innocent blue eyes."  "A-man of twenty-two," I continued,  "after a hard'day's play is fresh next  morning. A man'of sixty-two is still  brain fagged. You were giving the  odds of forty years.   It was too much."  -, A Sunset !n Scotland.  It was a sunset of strtingetints that  evening, a background of clouds of  deep violet tipped' with crimson. Tha  sky.vof tho very palest blue, had been  'turned' by the brightness'of the sua  Into a'lake of silver, iu which floated  small fleecy cloudlet's of brilliant rose"  pink, like islets floating in a crystal  sea. The rays of the sun' behind the ,  purple clouds threw long shafts of j  dazzling brightness, which tipped "the  dark background with silver as the sun  kisses the petals of a daisy. Every  peak In the long range of mountains  on the west was rose tipped, but the  highest of them all towered clear and  cono shaped in the distance, glistening  in a shimmering mantle of silver and  pale blue, as If the sky had wrapped it  round its own cerulean color.���������������fA Garden of Spiees." by A; Keith Fraser.  Do'We Dodge Death?  Can wo mortals-always be trusted  to do the right thing?' Tho fear of  death is general. Life is sacrificed  every hour'because the rules of health  are not obeyed. Death is the one groat  monster of dread and from whom all  flee. ' Yet how many safeguard their  living in such a way as to avert his  coming? The rules of health are violated because of the immunity wo feel,  but finally ,thc penalty must bo paid.  No argument Is needed to enforce the  lesson. Everybody knows it The rules,  of right living are clear, explicit Vice,  intemperance, wrong living, overeating as well as overdrinking, continue  to pay tholr tribute to the undertaker  and the graveyard.���������Leslie's.  Just Like a Man.  "John." she said. "I havo an nwful  pain in my right side. I'm afraid It's  appendicitis."  "Are yon sure?" he replied, without  looking 1)V from his paper.  "John." sho wailed a moment later,  "it's getting worse."  "Is it?" ho asked, still interested in  the sporting page.���������Chicago Record-  Herald.       Very Handy.  Closefist-lt cost me over $f>.000 to  givo Hurry that course In industrial  arts. Herdso- But ho must be quite  handy with his tools now? Closetlst���������  Yos, and the first Jul) he did was to  put up n wirings on the shady side of  the house.  A Chance.  Husband���������My colleague is tho most  Insatiable man I ever saw. lie wants  everything he seen. Wife���������Can't you  Jntroduco our daughter to hlm?-Loo-  doQ Malt  Why   Britain   Left   the   Interior   of  -   Soita'iland.  Somaliland, the scene of this severe  reverse, is an arid waste divided up  between Great Britain, Italy, Trance,  a'\d Abyssinia. The present Somali  I.eoples are possessed of no general  type and their physical characteristics  vary covsiderably, .showing signs of  Interbreeding with Arabs, Abyssinlans  and negroes. They are a race of magnificent physique, tall, active, and robust. Negro blood'is shown in their  frequently black complexions and  wooly hair. The Somali are a fighting race. All go armed with spear,  shield, and short sword, as well as a  gun, when it is obtainable. During the  rains incessant intertribal lootings of  ca*tle take' place. Among certa-i  tribes ,those who havo killed a man  have the right to wear an oslrich feather in their hair. Somaliland was  one of the last tracts of Africa-to be  explored by Europeans. The occupation of Aden by the British "in 1809  proved tho starting-point in the opening up of the country, Aden being the  chief port with wTich the Somali of  the opposite coast .'iided. .The British Somaliland Protectorate extends  along the Gulf of ' '.en for about 400  miles, and stretches inland to a  breadth varying from 80 to 200 miles.  About 50,000 people are settled in the  coast tvwns; the rest are nomads, who  are almost constantly giving trouble.  The Eritish connection with the Somali coast dates from the early years  of the last century, but British auth-  o -ity was not definitely established,  and in 185 4 Richard Burton's expedition was. attacked at Borbera. In  1874 the ambition of Ismail Pasha,  Khadive of Egypt, led him to pec-upy  toe posts' of Tajura,' Berbera and Bulbar, as well as Har'ra> in the hinter-,  land. Ten year3 later; In consequence  of the revolt' of tKe Mahdi in' the  Egyptiai Soudan the Khedlvial garrisons were withdrawn. Thereupon,  Great Britain, partly to secure' the  route to tbe East via the Suez Canal,  0-cupied Za.ila, Berbera and Bulhar,  officials being sent from Aden to govern tho posts. Treaties guaranteeing  British protection- were concluded  with various Somali tribes, and the  boundaries of the protectorate were  defined by agreements with France,  Italy, and Abyssinia. In 1899 Mohammed bin -Abdullah, popularly  known aj tho Mad Mullah, flrst came  upon the scene. He had made several pilgrimages to Mecca, where he  had attached himself to a sect which  enjoined strict observance of the tenets of Islam, and-placed'an'interdict on the use of .the leaves'of the  kat plant", much sought after-by, the  coast Arabs and Somali for Hieir.Rtim-  ulating and intoxicating properties.  At firat the Mullah's Influence was  exerted for good, and lie kept tha-  trlbcs over whom he had control at  peace. Accredited with the possession  of supernatural powers, be gathered  around him a strong following. In  the next few years Britain suffered  several disastrous reverses and during  th^ first months of 1910 the advanced  posts were withdrawn and the -British administration conGned to the  coast towns^ In support of this decision it was urged that it was no good  pursuing people whom it .was impossible to catch, that the isolated posts  In the interior had not been able to  protect the friendly tribes, aid ihat  the semi-desert nature of the counti-y  did not justify any attempt at economic devclopme it. Before the withdrawal arrangements were madf for  arming and organizing the tribes in  the Protectorate in their own defence.  it:  i is  New Hats Commonplace Enoiu.,i  In the Hand, but tbe Pose!  FRUITS, FURS AND FEATHERS.  Trimming    Decorations    Were    Never  ,     More     Bizarre ��������� Although     Medium  i     Sized Shapes Are\lhe Favorites, Hifjli  Adornments and Feathery Halos.  ' Tho new hats aro almost commonplace in the hand, but the minute that  they are posed correctly on tho head  their style is apparent.' It requires som������  knack to arrange them at the most  telling and becoming angle, and one  must have ,an intimate' acquaintance  with the mirror.to perform tho feat'  successfully,' for unless tho hat site  just right on tho head tho beauty of  the outline is lost, and tho now hats  owe much to the outline.  The majority .are squashed down"  over one eye, generally tho right one,  and are raised high on the other side,,  showing a wide expanse of the hair.:  This gives a very jaunty air to _tha  hat, which is accentuated by the curv������  of the brim and the trimming. Th������  effect   Is   rakish���������that   fact   must   b������  -admitted���������but these hats are universally becoming, for the large features of the average Americau require  Free Emigration For Widows.  By October twenty, widows with one  child each are required to sail for New  South Wales * to take up domestic  work, the-money for the journey being advanced by a practical Imperialist .who desires to remain anonymous.  The step is regarded as "an experiment in assisting a new type of emigrant: Appllcaata for free passages  must not be more than'lthl*ty-flve  years of age,- must produce their husbands' death certificates, and must,  of, course, be-healthy and of exemplary character.   ,s  The result of this offer will be that  a brighter future will present itself to  many widows who have hitherto  struggled against adversity, and it is  s. ecially intended to hely those "who  have thereby become b.ave and more  self-reliant. Tho successful applicants  will be -equirea to give a guarantee  to take up domestic work, probably  In the Bush, where it is easier to find  accommodation for a child.  Qneen Victoria In Movies.  Tho life of the late Queen Victoria  In moving pictures is now In "preparation by one of tho leading firms in  the cinematograph business. After  five months of preliminary work in  studying historical authorities, producers are now ready to photograph  ficenca from the 64 years reign of  Queen Victoria at a cost of J25,000.  Throe actresses will appear as the  Queen at different stages of her life.  The incidents depicted will include  tho first council of her Ministers a  Tew hours aftor her accession, her  coronation, her reception of tho explorer, David Livingstone, and tho  marriage of tho Prince of Wales, afterward King Edward VII. Then come  pictures representing her audiences  with the Duke of Wellington, Lord  Melbourne, Gladstone Disraeli and  John Bright. Other scenes show her  opening Parliament and quietly driving in tho Highlands aud elsewhere,  Doesn't  Deserve Help.  The man who is willing to let oth-  or people hear his troubles isn't  worth relieving.  DAISTr BUT BAItlKG FALL EAT.  this slanting lino across the front, wit*  the height at tho side, tending toward  the back. Whether tho hats flare on  ono~side or not, they sit low on the  bead. - '  Much lo the surprise of many of th*  millinery authorities, the fall hats thus  far have been small and medium. Not  any stretch of tlie imagination can  make these medium hats large, though  ��������� it is possible that a little later iu the  winter, when there is more demand for  tho dressy hats, the large hat may  return to favor. A9 the average American woman looks her best in a large  picture hat, it is to be hoped that the  longings of tho milliners may bo  realized soon. The vogue for ostrich  pinnies may bring back the largo bat,  for ostrich plumes are certainly shown,  tp the best advantage on large'velvet,  hats, which, by tho way." arc here in  abundance, but In tho medium size and  in the draped turbans.  There Is very little novelty among  the materials for ha Is. The one novelty, duvetyu. threatens to lose its ex-  clusiveness through ovorpopularlty,  morc's the pity, for it is an admirable  fabric for hats. Composed, as Is tu3  millinery duvetyn. of silk nnd cotton,  it drapes delightfully, Is light in weight  nnd blonds well with velvet and'the  imitation fur cloths. The manufacturers of the moderate priced hats Immediately recognized the advantages  of tkis fabric nnd are using It extensively; bonce the hesitancy .of the milliners who supply the exclusive.trade.  Outside of duvetyn.' velvet Is the favorite material, with velours, plush. tafTeta  and the imitation fur cloths ss close  seconds. The hat pictured owes Its  charm to the daringly posed wing?,  which are bright, green and blue cplor-  Ifigs. Tho bat Itself is of durk.'bl'v  velours.   Attractive Score Carda.  If-you. want to make inexpensive nnd  handsomo sco^o cards buy somo floral  wall paper, i'loses and carnations are  both very effective. One way is to  pnsto the flora! paper smoothly on water color paper, which costs !> cents a  sheet. When tho pnsto Is thoroughly,  dry cut Into odd shapes so that n flower Is on each card. Attach a pencil  and letter with a small brush.  No olio would ever suspect that they  woro not Imud pnlnfrd. Another daltity,  score card is mndo-hy cutting u ros������  out of a picco of avail paper, panting  writing paper at tho Imck and folding  tho writing paper beneath, which  makes a leaf on which to write the  score. Attach tho card to tho dress or  belt by n twisted cord of embroidered  ellk. Tlicso cards may be iniule fross  *ny pretty dowered wall paper THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  The  B   VIIAC PSSTTC M THE CUT-  L ASlMd mi 5 o ��������� line  Harving Sete .". .$1.75 to $8.00 per set  Knife and Fork Sets   5.00 per dozen  Medium Forks   5.00 ptr dozen  Table Spoons  5.00 per dozen  Dessert Spoons   4.50 per dozen  Tea Spoons  2.50 per dozen  '  5 o'Clock Toa Spoons.:  2.00 per dozen  Sugar Shells      75 each  Butter'Knives      75 each  above goods are all Reliance Plate Silver and are  guaranteed to be the best.  Ji  f f\Itf    f1TTV   ^MllP^nfiTQ      Beginners will be-received in   the  LI V H    Ulll    ulNIU Utlll I 0  primary    division   of   the    public  school after January 9;  The   weather   during   the    past ,    .  week has been discouraging   to  the      The   first   dance   given   by' the  icemakers in the two rinks. Thomas orchestra in   Danville   on'  HANSEN 8 GO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Your- Gait- Coal  N  ow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Store.  Ffrsf Street  TeiiRFHoncs;   ' '  Offici:, Rfi6  Hansen's Residence. R38  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT'PETRIEJS STORE  PHONF 64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  ' I have re-opened a harness   shop' at my, old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture  Wpw Hartipcc and do a11 kinds of  FNeW nameSS harness repairing._ All  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  & r������c  aA Happy and Prosper  ous  to  Thanking all our. Customers for  ��������� Past Favors and hoping to receive a continuance of the same  .  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear* '"'-  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  o411 Its Branches  BOUNDARY TRUST &  INVESTMENT CO., LTD  Established 1901  First Street  New Year's'eve was a big success.  The attendance was the largest ever  seen at a dance in that town, and  everybody had an   enjoyable   titno.  . Born���������In Grand Forks, on Sunday, December 28, to Mr. and Mrs.  Geo.'E.^ Massie, a daughter.  H. A, Harrison," of Toronto. ' special customs inspector, visited Alhe  local customs house this week.  W.   B.   Cochrane "has" returned  from a pilgrimage to the coast cities.  N. L Mclhnes and'J. D. Campbell went up to Phoenix on Wednesday to familiarize themselves with'  professional curling -  Tbe Nelson hockey team defeated  Phoenix, at Nelson, on New Year's  night by a score of 8 goals to 7.  The .Greenwood smelter closed  down for twelve hours this Week on  account of, iif fire which seriously  damaged, the-work s* '   , '.    '    -  .The NickH Plat" mine at- Had'ley  paid dividends amounting to 30 per  cent'during 19131 -   ���������   ;  The skating rink in Phoenix ��������� was  opened on 'Christmas day. ���������  To   the   Electors' of Grand  Forks  At the solicitation af a large nnm-  ber of ratepayers, and following the  custom .of a two year fenn, I have decided to again place my name before  the electors for re election as Mayor  at the forthcoming elections.  If elected it will be my earnest en-  deavortto serve faithfully the best interests of our city^by a progressive  and energetic policy.- I "favor the  strict enforcement of, law; a.square  deal to all regardless* of locality, with  special favors to Done. '  .   -  Respectfully soliciting your vote  and influence, I am  Yours respectfully,  G. M. FRIPP.  10 CENT "CASCARETS"  IF BILIOUS, OR COSTIVE.  For,,Sick   Headache,"-.Sour -Stomach,  Sluggish Liver~and Bowels-^They  work"while" you sleep.  Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indiges-"  tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable.Headaches come from a torpid liver and  clogged   bowels,   .which   cause   your  stomach to become filled with undi-'  gested food, which sours and ferments'  like garbage in a swill'barrel.   That's-  the first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow  skin, 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 feel- -  ing good for months.  (.RAND FORKS DRUGGISTS  DESERVE PRAISE  Woodland & Quinn.Hi ii������>j;i->iv'esei-v-e  praise from Grand Folks peiiplt* tor in  tro'lut-ii'g ht-ie the simple liucKtli'M n  bark iiiul jjlvo^rin** mixture, known a������  Adlf'f:i;k\f * This'simple German remedy lir-L became famou-s'bv curni''-ap  pundicitis aiid'it lifts now been, discovered thal> JUST A SINGLE'DOSE  relieves sour stnmarh, ga* on the  stomach and constipation INSTANT-.  bY. Its'quick action'is a big surprise  to people.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  ' t  Fresh and. Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,.  .Highest market price paid for live stock.  'PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  Oneeda, Community    "La  Rose" pattern exquisite  USEFUL GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY      ���������  1913-CHRISTMAS-1913  _-  We Have a Complete Line of Useful Articles That -  Would Give a Lot of Pleasure to a Friend or Relative  Ladies1 and Gent's Writing  Desks  -    r In many "designs'and -finishes.   .  Large and Comfortable  Easy Chairs  In  Oak and  Leather.' - Silverware  Rich and Sparkling Cut Glass  Fancy China, and many other articles too  numerous to mention. A visit.to our store will  convince you that you can make no mistake in  purchasing your-Xmas gifts here. Purchases  made   how will   be   stored- till   Christmas.   -   ���������  MILLER^GARDNER  FURNITURE       HARDWARE  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  R. R. Gilpin," customs officer at this  ort, makes the following detailed re-  orfc of the customs receipts at the  arioUvS sub customs offices, , as re-  orted .to the chief office in this city,  or the month of December:  Grand Forks '...  Sl,'93i;3G  Phoenix     1,051.42  Carson '.         122,83  Carcade .\' .. '........ 1.       . S2S 89  --TotaH..;... 7.C*..'....,.".v$3|l3^.52j  GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harnr  .   .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, eat 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 waste, 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 Pigs," which contains full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups.  Arms'on the shoe man has removed  to' his new  stand, corner   Bridge and  Fourth-streets, -''   ���������  ' ~~ "  Highest ;, cash pricsps paid for old  Stoves.and Ranges.* E. CV Peckham,  Second-hand Store.  ' ��������� ' ���������  .IT. WILL ������!AKE-r YOU:'rHAPPY  ��������������������������� "W  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.  i This is the only pile remedy that  we can guarantee and we know you  will thank us - 'or telling you about it.  We have the exclusive agency.  - WOODMXI)  &- QUINN '      .  aHESBGBBSBSI'flBHB  Geo. Ec Massie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  of Every Description  Bridge Street  Grand Forks, B. C.  New' Year  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 qjake  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures My record of  J 6 years' experience in this treat  ment of all chronic, nervous, and  special ailments of men is sufficient  proof of my ability to affect a cure,  when a cu.ie 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  have cured-'thousands of men aud  I  can cure you, if your  case is'  curable.  MY OFFERl Absolutely free expert medical examination and..consultation.- Absolute guarantee of complete cure of every case I undertake, and moderate- price.    Call on or write for bookjot to  210 Howard Street, Spokane  DR. KELLEY

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