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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Feb 27, 1914

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 V ; 't  Kettle Valley Orchardisf  THIRTEENTH YEARCNo., 18  GRAND FORKS, B.. 0., FRIDAY, .FEBUARY 27, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  City .'Council Has".a'.Per-.  .. plexing; problem" to   \  v   Solve  Water Mains,May Be Expended "to Form,, a Oom-  ; .; plete Circuit  - -Mayor Ga_v and">ld'. Bonthron,  Bickerton,, Donaldson, Henniger,'  Manly.and McCallum were   present  *     at the"regular bi weekly- meeting  of  the city council,on   Monday   night.  A communication from our member at-Victoria wan read.    He stated  thtt the government would give  no  promise of a   -a    *t   ���������    ds     build-  "   ing   the   North- -F. rk bridge.    The  mayor  said   that   when   be was in  Victoria   he -had   itt;rviewed   the  ; minister of   ,,. blic  works   on   the  subject. The iniinater iiHfi said that  there was'some hope of a  grant being   made,'     .   -he .would give no  .   definite promise.    . ,    -  A committee from  the. board   of  - trade   consisting   of H.   E. Wood-  * - land, Dr Acres and. August- Schnitter waited on the council and asked  for an office and a -grant to defray  the. expenses of its upkeep. The  mayor assured the committee that  the council w uld do e erything it  cou[d to assist the board.  Aid. Bonthron, chairman of he  board of works, made a long report.  The agent the Townsite company  had "informed  him  that   a portion  of the road from Sixth street to the  Great N rthe'������������������  station   trespassed  on   private   property.    To   extend  Bridge street,   said  Mr. Bonthron,  to the station, it wonld be necessary  to grade the center of the McCallum  slough for h considerable  distance,  and to extend Sixth' street to Water  street would mean  either  the  aero  plane route or to trespass on private  property, as the Townsite company  owned  three  lots  through which a  right of way would have to acquired  Alter   the   various   phases  of this  perplexing state had been fully discussed, the mayor, on   motion,   a p.  pointed the members of the board  of works as a com mittee to interview the manager of the Townsite  ompuny and endeavor to secure a  right of way ihrough the above  mi'ntio>ied property.  The chairman of ihe hoardVf  works also reported that he had received  numerous complaints   from  ranchers regardingthe bad condition      The  f?llowin8  is  the   minimum  ,,r p���������i������������������.w, o,    ';"���������* ���������-. v ��������� ���������IUU-.-and maximum temperature for each  of Columbia street, from the Cooper day   during  the   pPa8t   week  a8 re  bridge to 1 rotter's house.    He  was corded by the government therraom-  inftructed to inspect the. same and to eter on E. F. Laws' ranch:  He   was also aiithnri'/pritn Min,  Feb, 20���������Friday......... 28  21���������Saturday  .... 30  be ad7isable to construct the���������entire \  line, and thus, form a complete cir- j  cuit in the system, of'only as far as  Mr. Carter's house, or not  to   consider the matter at all.. The cost of  a 4tinch pipe-to Mr. Carter's Bouse  "would bai900; to the Great North-  erq   about   61700.-  City   Engineer  Reid  was 'present, and  stated that  the connecting up of. these two dead  ends would make tf'fgreat  improvement in the_ system.    At-present, if  an accident happened tothe Winnipeg avenue line .the entire Went end,  as   well, as   the   C.P.R.,  would be  without   watei.'.  The   matter -was  Ihorougnly discussed, andth'e -con-  consus of opinion   'appeared   to-be  that,the amount,for the  entire  line  should-be included in the estimates,  and then     the ci .j    .   not  see-its  way clear,to put in the whole line it  wound    have   to   content   it-e f by  constructing the first link.  Tlie chairman of, the water and  light committee' reported that the  city electrician wa willing to fur-  nibh a chart of the cily lighting  system, hut that he did not think it  advisable to do so until next; fall',  as - numerous' changes would ,'e  made during the summer. On motion of Aid. H- nniger and Manly,  the matter was deferred, and in the  meantime the ' electrician's salary  was'fixed at $137.50        month.  Aid. Donaldson thought a crosswalk should, be put down across  Goevrnmerit avenue at the Great  Northern station.'Referred to the  board of works. Aid. Donaldson  was  als'.   ,v������f   mi- the  time limit for paying water d  light rates should be extended another day in order to overlap the  Graat Northern payday, but������ nothing was done in this matter.  Aid. McCallum reported that the  water.and light committee had de  cided to accept the proposition made  at the last by fhe Westinghouse company f a 20 p ��������� cent discount on  100 electric light meters.  The  clerk was instructed to furnish City Engineer Reid with all the  information in his possession for the  chart of the city waterworks system.  Aid. Bickerton gave .notice   that  at' the next meeting he would introduce' a bylaw to regulate tbe expenditure   of   certain   moneys in each  ward approximately   in   proporiion  to the amount of   revenue  received  from the same wards.  A   long .discussion  was provoked  by Aid. Bickertou'*proposition that  after   a   consumer had paid for his  ! electric   light meter in rentals, the  J'rent should."cease..������������������ The majority of  tde members of the council  seemed  to" think that this would   not   be  a  good business priuciple to establish.  Mr. Gaskey Addressed Two  Meetings Bere  Last  Wednesday  Canada Is Characterized the  Melting Pot of the  .   Nations  METEOROLOGICAL  report. He was also authorized to  use his own' judgment whether to  get one of the city wagons overhauled or to purchase a new one.  Aid. McCallum, chairman of the  water and light committee, wished  an   expression   of   the   views of the  22���������Sunday,...... 34  23���������Monday  29  24���������Tuesday....... 34  25���������Wednesday.. 28  26-Thursday  29  Max.  42  87  40  41  41  44  41  Inches  That "business is teligion and re"  ligion in business" is   evidently   tbe  teaching of the L������y men's  Forward  Mtssioinry    Movement  of   Canada.  1 If our government invests   its millions of  dollars in attracting   newcomers to our new country   from al'  most every part of the old country."  declared A. Ki Caskey,   of   Toronto,  who visited here   la.-t    Wednesday,  '.why   "should   we  not   invest   our  millions to make sure of a good and  useful citizenship in these  people as  they enter Canada as settlers?   They  are coming at the rate ot half a million a year, and  from Europe   and  Asia, as well as from other parts  of  the Anglo-Saxon world.    And   what  are we doing for  them   by   way   of  broviding true and uplifting inviron-  ments.   morally   and   spiritually?"  he askrd.  Mr. Caskey addressed two meetings on the 25th, one of church  workers in Holy Trinity parish hall  at 3 p.m. and the other at a . 6:30  o'clock supper in the Davis banquet ball,, where the room was  taxed to it's full capacity and the  deepest interest was manifested,  The meetings  were   interdenomi  national   and   all   the    Protestant  churches were represented by   both"  laymen   and     ministers.      W.   E.  Chandler occupied the cwair at the  afternoon meeting   and John Donaldson presided at the evening gathering.    Rev. C.  W.  King   reviewed  briefly the origin of the  movement  and its plan-of action   as  a  leading  force in Christendom, showing  that  as related to meeting the needs of the  spiritually and physically   destitute  at-home and abroad   this movement  stood for investigation, organization  and education;    No   new  organization   was   asked   for,   nor does the  movement raise and administer any  mission funds.    That work and the  sending out of workers is left to the  various.churches and their missionary boards.  Mr. Caskey, who followed with   a  stirring address,, spoke at length  on  the   many   priceless    privileges   of  those living in gospel lands ������s compared with those-of   the nen-Chris  tian world, and   affirmed   that   the  virtue of womanhood and childhood  was notsafe in   a church less community of any size, nor would  any  man present care to raise a family in  an unevangelized center of  population  blessed with-one physician to every  six hundred individuals. And' he  pointed out the fact that all nations  were now open and earger for Christian raissio'narids; and that^while  twenty seven millions of dollars bad  been given by tbe home churches  last year for foreign missions, evan-  gejiatic, educational and medical,  the.native contributed over five and  a half million dollars to the work,  the purchasing power of which lo  them was abont equal to tbe home  contribution.  Mr.',Caekey refened to Canada  as  "the melting pot   of  the   nations,"  and appealed strongly to his hearers  to lend a strong hand  and  show   a  patriotic spirit in meeting   the   real  needs of the newcomers flowing into  our country, so that the   fusion   of  population would be of the veiy best  Christian    manhood   and    worn m-  hood.    'I he speaker, by   a   number  of   telling   illustrations,   impressed  upon his hearers the  great   blessing  that inevitably came to all who were  unselfishly active in the good work.  On    motion   of  Messrs. Chandler  and Mill   , afte    a   word of   warm  appreciation from Rev T G. Barlow,  a hearty vote of thanks was tendered  M .      s<-y by   the   meeting,    and  Rev: M. D. McKee closed  with tbe  benediction.  PRIZES FOR THE  BEST CROPS  Farmers' institute Will In-  ���������  augurate a New Depart-  . ure This Tear  Government   Wilh Donate  Alfalfa and Corn Seed.  Interesting Paper  A meeting of the Grand Forks  Valley Farmers' Institute was held  in the city hall on Saturday evening  last. The attendance was fairly  representative and certainly very  enthusiastic. Much business was  transacted which shot!Id redound  withr. 6tit to  the -farmers   of   this  THE POULTRY  Annual  Meeting   Will   Be  -Held on Friday Evening,  March 6  T^������e annual meeting of the Grand  Forks Poultry association will be  held in the office of the secretary,  Walter E. Hadden.on Bridge street,  on Friday evening, March 6, when  the financial statement for the past  year will be presented, and the annual election of officers will also  take place. Several matters of importance are scheduled to be brought  up, and every member is requested  to be present  Opportunity for Fruit Growers to Become Proficient  in These Arts  valley.  Crop competitions will be held  here during the coming season in  oats and potatoes���������two acres for  oats and one half acre for potatoes.  The prizos donated for this competition are very generous. Members  wishing to enter the competition  should hand in their names to the  secretary at an early date.  The British Columbia government, being desirous of extending  the planting of corn and alfalfa, has  this year made special preparations  to donate seed of these varieties to  all institutes.  President C. C. Heaven  read   his  report of the happenings at  the   recent   convention   held  at Victoria,  when many resolutions   were   dealtx  with,   among   them   the following:  Cheap money   for  farmers;   legalizing   wire   fences;  exemption  from  taxation   for   improvements   upon  agricultural land; Orientals to be disallowed from owning land in .British  Columbia; firearms act to be amended ia favor of the farmer;  duty   on  agricultural implements to be taken  off; cattle guards, onus of proof to  be placed upon the railroads; circulating libraries for the farmers, and  many other subjects of   equal interest to the welfare of the farmers.  John T. Lawrence read an excellent paper on. "Can a Fruit Grower  Raise a Dairy Herd When His  Land is All Set Out to Trees?" The  address.caused a healthy discussion.  The next meeting of the institute  will be held in the city hall on  Sat  urday afternoon,   March   7,   at   3  o'clock.   All interested  are invited  to attend and to join the institute.  The government .horticulturist  will be in the city on .Tuesday,  March 3, to start the pruning school  in connection with the Farmers' institute. Ben Hoy will be h'ree, too.  Several vacancies are still open, and  all persons wishing to >ake this  course shouid hand in their names  to the secretary, Walter Hadden, at  an  early   date.    The  cost for   the  He spoke of  the crying   need   of course is only $2.  the unevangelized world, two-thirds |    The  apple packing school   will  March 12  to  Mr.   Caatner  the    nstructor.   There are  "Is the World Growing Worse, or  Is It Getting Better?" is the question for next Sunday evening's service in the Baptist church. An Ap  propriate Battle Song service is arranged, beginning at 7:15 o'clock.  At the close of the 11 a.m. service  the ordinance of the Lord's Supper  will be observed.  mH���������he,a���������flhe   council regarding',^infaH....: ./S'of'ii"popT.T������ronVtilTVithouT'th'e be  held   here   from  TTT ,,   ,!he"aler ""I    '  .gospel; of the six   hundred   million  M���������oh   ]8     elu,   "  asked .the council whether it would  Forks ������nffpn������  ������1L( r      i , secretary at as early  ter "talking pictures"   were seen in  8Uffeiers> while we of Canada   were a date as possible. this city five years ago.  It is almost as difficult to find a  satisfied person among those who  attended the traveling "talking picture" show as it is to locate a Liberal hotelkeeper in British Columbia. The pictures and the grapho-  phone made poor connections.   Bet- ^������MWF*������/_J*4**Ujlf������*fr6������4Jlft**/ rfUOtx^MMXtM. U  iUVi'^iMB-r.^*wiujrw;K3xra/Kfci������^  .^MCiWMiub;  i*eunm������'*������ KKttanx  THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  l\ \  ���������i-j...  -1 !  r j  f  ?  hi  %  -I  ���������i i  ���������(' j  5 >  ?l  ;r  ��������� <  i1:  t  , 1  K.  ,?  fr  1   j  f  t i  1  SI  >  y  Jo t  ,*  C j  A  i *  <;  'vt  r  \ .'  *  r   t  *!  I   ���������������  i-<  11  ���������> j  ^i  ;..,*>  i  .v.";  P-1'  * ,  ��������� -  1  W  (ii!  t   i  .-.,  -'l .  > I,  4  i;'  ' 1  The  Good  Samark:n  and  the  Sinner  'A.  good   naturcd   man   going  home  late   at   niglit   spied   a   man   leaning  llmiily agai:ist a doorway.  What's    flie    matter?    lie    asked f  diunk?  Yep. . -  Want me lo help you in?  Yep.  With difficulty lie carried tho drooping figure up    ��������� the second'floor.  Is this it?    Do you live hero?  'Yep.  italhor than face an angry wife the  good natured' man opened the, first  door, pushed the limp figure *ln and  'closed the door. Then he groped  way downstairs. As lie came out he  saw another man apparently in worse  condition than.the first.        .- -  What's  the  mutter,  he   asked,  you  drunk, too?  Yep, came  the feeble answer.  Shall 1 help you upstairs?    ,  Yep.        .'".'_  The1 good -Samautan   carried   him  - to  tho second floor, where  this_ man  also  said  he  lived,  opened  the  same  door and pushed him in.  As he again reached the street he  saw a third man evidently worse off  . than either of the others. As the  good Samaritan approached, however,  Ihe miin fled up the street-and threw  'himself'into the "jirms of a passing  policeman.  ' Officer!" he' gasped, 1 demand protection from, this man. He's , carried  me upstairs twice and thrown me down  (ho .elevator shaft.  ������  ������  JE  She Wan a Veteran Too  Old Mr. Anderson, who was fond of  relating stories of the, war, after the  Christmas dinner was oveivnientioned  having been in five engagements. -  That's not so much, said little Edgar  suddenly.  Why Edgar, cried his scandalized  mother; what do you mean?   "  Five isn't "many, persisted Edgar;  sister Edna has been engaged nine  times.  MRS. A. SAICH, of  Cannington Manor, Sask.,  | Writes:���������"My brother suffered severely from eczema."  The sores were very extensive, and burned like coals  into his llcsh. Zam-Buk took  out all the fire, and quickly  gave him case". Within three  weeks of commencing with  Zam-Buk treatment, ,evcrys.  sore had been cured."  This is but one of the many  letters wc are'constantly receiving  from people who have proved thc  healing powers of Zam-Buk.    For  eczema, piles, sores, burns, cuts  and   all   skin   troubles. ,there , is (  nothing like this wonderful balm.  "No-skin disease should  be con-     5S  iidercd incurable until Zani-Buk    |E  ha3 been.tried."   " '  All Druggists, 50c. per Box.  , ,    Refuse Substitutes.      > ���������"���������  .i"'.'~-- -The lr!9eniotfs"*Nefghbor  , Have you examined' my piano? asked the young' lady   ��������� ,   -.  ���������. Yes, -ma'am, answered    the    piano-  tuner,                 i  What's the reason it won't make  sound? ���������   .-  Some one has lowered the soft pedal and nailed it down.'  A Gentle Reminder . . .  ��������� Smith-is. a young New. York-lawyer",-  clever i\ many ways, but very forgetful. . He was recently sent to St. Louis to interview.an important client, in  regard to a case tlien pending in theft! issouri courts. Later, the head of.  his firm received this telegram from,  St. Louis:   .        , ���������,'.'���������".  Have    forgolLSn   'name ' of    client.  Please "wire at once. - ^  This was the reply'sent, from New-  York.       . '   ��������� . ..,'.'_  .,Client's" name Jenkihs.-.'   Your name  Smith.         ��������� "':     '    .''  And the Owner Said���������  Richard Brinsley Sheridan was one  day coming back from shooting with  an empty bag. IIe_did not like to go  home without one bird, and seeing a  number of ducks in a pond, and a  farmer leaning on a rail watching  them, Sheridan said: What will you  take for a shot at the ducks?  Oh, said the stranger, about half a  'sovereign.  ��������� Done! said Sheridan, and paying the  man, he fired into the middle of the  Hock, killing a dozen ducks.  I am  afraid  you made a  bad bargain, he said. ���������  Well, I don't know, replied the man,  they weren't my ducks.  It Didn't Matter.to Hir.i  Jick heard of Lou's engagement and  went around to congratulate him.  Well, old boy, cried Dick, as he  grasped his friend's hand, my congratulations! Is it true that you are engaged to one of the pretty Robbins  twins?  Yes, replied Lou heartily. I am  happy to say it is so.      - ,  But, inquired Dick, how do you ever  tell them apart.  I don't try to, wf.s the reply.  He Took Chances  A judge in a Western town .had declared that he would stop the carrying  of firearms on the street. Before him  appeared for trial a tough youth  charged with getting drunk and firing  his revolver in a crowded street.  Twenty dollars and costs, said the  magistrate.     " . .        .   ���������/  But, your honor, interposed,.counsel  for the prisoner, my client did not hit  anybody. .  ���������   '     ���������       "   "  Why you admit,he fired.the gun.  Yes, but he fired-it into' the air, explained the lawyer. -     ������������������ s- ���������  Twenty dollars and costs, repeated  the judge. He might have shot, an  angel.  _ ^   Business for Father  Thc small "daughter of a practicing  physician,*who evidently has an eye  to business, told her mother, in no uncertain terms that' she must call at  once on their new neighbor.  . 'And why must I call on her? asked  the mother amused at the child's pos-  itiveness.. "  '.'������������������ Well, in the first place, explained  the little lady," they have got three of  the scrawniest kids, and the mother  herself ��������� doesn't'look very strong.'  Wanted to See  . ' Wo'odrow Wilson has a very quick  wit. A man] in the course of an animated, conversation, notfeing that Mr.  Wilson's eyeglasses were perched per-  ious'ly near the tip. of his ��������� nose,. remarked: Your glasses, Governor, are  almost on your .mouth.  '1 That's all right, was the quick response. ��������� I want--to see what I am  talking about.  Why Did She Think So?  No, said the-'mistress of the boarding house, we cannot accommodate  you, I am sorry to say. We only take  in single gentlemen.  Goodness! said Mr. Borden; what  makes you think I am twins?  ALL CGVEREI  WITH ECZEMA  Could Not Sleep Day or Nighti  Itched and Burned Terribly, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured  in a Month. Also Cured Mother  of Salt Rheum,  Puzzle���������Where Was He?  It happened the other evening, and  now a certain clubman is trying Jo figure" out how lie will' square things  with his wife the next time he is detained downtown. He was not going  home for dinner and "when his wife  answered the telephone, he said:  Don't wait for me at dinner this evening, dear. I shall be detained on  business.  Very well, she replied. I am sorry you can't come home; but business  is business, I suppese. Where are  you now?  Where am I? In my ^ office of  course.     1 have had a very' busy day.  It's too bad you have to work so  hard, George.    But fell me romething.  Yes, dear.     What is it?  How can you keep your mind on  business with the orchestra playing  'Every Little Movement?'  Beware o! Ointments /or Catarrh  ���������thatContain Mercury,  as mercury will enrclr destroy the sense of rmc!  unci completely iterance the whole system wJieu  entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such  trtlc'ij should never bo used except on prescriptions rorn reputable physicians, as the damage they  will do Is ten fold to the Rood you can possibly do  rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured  by F< J. Cheney <fc Co., Tolrdo, O., contains no mcr-  oury, and Is taken internally, acting directly, upon  thc blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Jd  buylnij Halt's Catarrh Cure be euro you get tho  genuine. It Is taken Irternnlly and made In Toledo  Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonial") free.  Sold by Drurc'.Tts.   I*ric������\ 7:c. p^-r bottlii. ���������   "  2������kc Hc'.l's lr.iinlh' Pills for con-wra-ha...  Heard at the Club  Young TIardunn -'savs his srrand-  fatlier wai oil" of thn Prut sf'ttler"?.  Not inliprited, evidently; llardupp  never   settles.  Out of'the^ Mouth or Babes' ]" ���������  A clergyman famous for his begging  abilities was once catechizing a Sunday school. When comparing' himself as pastor of the church to a shepherd, and his congregation to* the.sheep  he'.put thc following question to the  children: What does the shepherd do  for the-sheep? , ���������     ,-  To the confusion of the ministerja  small boy in tho front pew, piped out:  Shears them! " ^       ���������  When Ilolloway's Corn Cure is applied to a com or wart it kills the  roots and tha callosity-comes out without ."jury to tbe flesh.  Oh! exclaimed ihn liftlo rrirl 'm' lite  new nurse, must T sleep in thc dark to-  nipiit?  Yes.  Miss, replied  the  nurse.  , Then wait a minute, said the little  girl;  I'll 2"������l  up and say my prayers  more carefully.  Quarryville, N. B.��������� "For a month aftor  my baby was bora ho could not sleep day  or nipht with eczema. Ho was all covered  with small watery  pimples which would  break I n a day or two  and leave a humoury  scab and would iteh  andburaterribly. Ho  ^_ scratched  so  much  \ Au>-^.    N>  t'lat '10 maclo sores.  \ ^\^^S\ ^'3 B'c'a '���������)Unled &U  \ --��������� <s ���������~^/ i tho time and when  tho scab caino off ib left littlo marks like  chicken-pox. A6 last I saw Cuticura Soap  and Ointment advertised. After the first application lie rested easier. I applied the  Cuticura Ointment lightly and after an  hour I would wash him with Cuticura Soap.  After a month's treatment he was cured. ���������"  "I was greatly troubled with salt rhoum  on my hands. Thoy broko out In littlo  watery pimples and would be so itcliy I  could tear them to pieces. Then they would  dry tip and crack and bleed and when I put  them in water tlio disease would eat in to tho  bones. Thoy wcro so painrul I had to keep  them tied up with cotton rags. I could not  : do any work. Ono bos of Cuticura Ointment with tho Cuticura Soap cured them.'!  (Signed) Mrs. Orattan, July 31,1013.  Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are  sold by druggists and dealers everywhere.  l*or a liberal free samplo of each, with 32-p.  book, send post-card to Potter Drug & Chenfc  Corp., Dcpt. D, Boston, U. S. A,  W. N. U. 985  What Ihe Queen Did  One of the Ladies-in-Waiting to the  late Queen -Victoria had i. very bright  little daughter about four years old,  and of vhom the Queen was very fond.  The Queen invited the child to have  lunch with her. Of course the mother was highly pleased, and charged  the little girl to be very careful about  her table manners and to be very polite to the Queen.  The little girl came home in high  glee and her mother asked her all  about the luncheon.  Were you a very polite little girl,  and did you remember to do all I told  you at the table? asked the proud  mother.  Oh, yes, I was polite, said thc little  girl, but the Queen wasn't.  The Queen wasn't, said the mother.  Why, what did she do?  She took her chicken bone up in  her fingers and I just shook my finger  at her, like you do at me, and said:  Piggy, piggy-      -.--.-,������������������',--.  An  Expensive Library  Robert Tngetsoll was famous for tlie  librarv of infidel books which he possessed.  One dav a -reporter called on Mr.  Inaersoll for an interview, and among  other Questions asked wasr      '  Would you mind felling me how  much y:ur library cost you. Mr. In-  gersoll? s  Looking over at his shelves he answered:  Well, my boy, these boo'-s cost mo  anyhow tho Governorship of Illinois,  and perhaps thc Presidency of the  United States.  He  Had  it In  Him  Children, said tho teacher, instructing Ihe class ii compbsilion; you  should not attempt any flights of fancy. Do_ not . imitate any other person's, writings nor draw inspiration  fromf'outside sources.  As a result of this advice one bright  lad turned in the following: We  should not attempt any flights of fancy, but write what is in uij. In me  there is my stommick, lungs, heart,  liver, two apples, one piece of pie, one  stick of lemon candy and my dinner.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Cows  Garget    fn  An Exceedingly Polite Man-  Two men .������ere talking about politeness in public when one of them said:  Well, President Taft is the most polite man in the world.  How is that? asl-d his companion.  Why I was on the street car in  Cincinnati one d?.y before Taft became President, and some ladies came  in r.nd Judge Taft gave hi' seat to  thrco of them!  Putting.Off the Ey;.  Hour  , A young lawyer was defending ail  old convict oh the charge of burglary  in a State where; the court rules allowed'each side, one1 hour to-address  .the jury. The young, lawyer, soine^  what nervous, consulted a,.-veteran  member of the. bar who' happened .to_  be standing -near:' ow much 'time dc"  you think I should take up in addressing the" jury? he ask������d in a- rather  pompous manner.      ���������   ..  -    v  Take the full hour, was the gruf*  reply.      '     - '���������'-  But why?  .   Because- the longer you talr the longer you -will- keep ��������� your - client'' but of  jail.  GOT CORNS?  Foolish to keep them if you have. Nc  fun in corns,' is there?' ��������� But plenty of  pain. Putnam's Painles,: 'Corn Extractor raises corns iii twenty-four  hours. Don't you'want to get a quick  crop? You cat by using. Putnam's  Painless Corn Extractor; J s name tells  its story.     Price 2Eo., all druggists,  When He Would Speak Chinese  When Richard Olney was Secretary  of State he frequently said that appointees to the Consular service  should speak the languages of the  countries to which they were accredited. When a c.-rtain breezy and enterprising politician, desirous of serving the Cleveland Administration as,  Consul at one of the Chinese ports  presente'd his papers to Mr. Olney, the  Secretary remarked:       ,  Are you aware, Mr. Blank, that I  never recommend to the President the  appointment of a Consul unless he  speaks the language of the country to  which he desires to go. ������������������ Nov/ I suppose you do not speak\Chinese?  Whereupon the politician grinned  broadly. If Mr. Secretary, said he,  you -will ask me a question in Chinese  I shall be happy to answer It.  He got the appointment.  Interesting ���������  Oh, lie's delightful company!  love to hear him talk.  What does he talk about?  Me.  I just  SKIM CLE,    \1D  By Simple Change in  rood  ' How it was Done  Here, said the assistant to the manager of the great patent-medicine firm,  is a fellow who writes: I don't see  how you can have.the nerve to so  your worthless remedy for fifty cents  a bottle.  That's all light, said tlie manager.  Just strike out tho wprds; have \hr  nerve to, and worthless and put It in  the testimonials  It has been said by a physician that  most diseases are tho result .of��������� indi-  r jstlon.  There's -undoubtedly- much truth in  the statement, even to the cause of  many unsightly eruptions, which,many  suppose can bo removed by applying  some remedy on tae outside.  By changing ' cr food a Western  girl-was relie ed of an eczema which  was a great annoyance to her. She  writes:  "For five months 1 was suffering  ���������with an eruption on my face and  hands which our doctor called ecze-'  ma r.nd which caused me ������ great deal  of aiconvenier.ee. The suffering was  almost unbearable.    ,     .'   -'  -\  "The medicine .I 'took only gave me  temporary relief. One day I happened to read somewhere that eczema was  caused by indigestion. Then I,read  that many persons had been relieved  of indigestion  by eating Grape-Nuts.  "I decided to try it. I l|ked the  taste of the fooa and was paiticularly  pleased to noti:e that my digestion  was improving and that the eruption  was disappearing ; if by magic. k I  had at last found, in this gr-at food,  something that reached my trouble. -.  "When .I find a . victim of this affliction I remember my own former  suffering and advise a trial of Grape1-  Nuts food instead of medicines."  Name give t by Canadian Postum  Co., Windsor, Ont. Read "The Road  to Wellville," in pkgr:. "There's a  Reason."  Ever read the above letter.' A new  one appears from time to time. They  are genuine, true, jnd full of hum. i  Interest.  The Worth on an Antique  An old lady was searching in the  dim bric-a-brac shop for something odd  to take home with her. Finally she  noticed a quaint figure, the head and  shoulderr, of which appeared^ above  the counter at tho farthest end of the  room. She turr-J to the clerk and  said: "What's ch: t queer old Japanese  ,idol .over there <worth?"  The clerk answered in a subdued  tone: "About fifty thousand dollars  Ma'ain.   That's the firoprictor."  Th    Difference  Harvey, aged five, was being- instructed by his grandmother in morals. She told him that all sjoh terms  as 'by golly",' 'by jingo,' 'by thunder,'  were only little oaths, and' but little  better than c he: profanities.  You can always tell an oath,' my  boy, she said, by the prefix 'by.' All  such are oaths.  <  Well, then, Grandma, asked tbs  young hopeful, is 'by telegraph,' which  I see in the newspapers, swearing?  No, Harvey, replied Grar.dma;,that's  frequently only lying.  '  Miller's Worm l?owders purge ��������� tha  stomach and intestines of worms .a  effectively and so easily and painlessly that the most delicate stomach -will  not feel any inconvenience from their  action. They recommnd themselves  to mothers as a preparation.that will  restore strength and vigor to their  children and protect them from the  debilitating effects which result from  the depredations of worms.  They had broken a wishbone together,  What  was  it you  wishod? laughed  - ..- she. ''.."- :.  I wished.that you'd let mo kiss you;  Now, tell mo-your wish, said he.  Her eyes fell���������������������������������������������she paused a moment,  While her blushes deeper grew.; -  My wish.was, she- prettily stammered.  That what you wished would corns  trUe>        ������������������ "   '"���������.>������������������.  Easy Mark  ..Madge���������I hear he's very  sweet on  you. - . ���������'.  Marjorie���������Rather! , .   Ee'c  good, for  abnut two pounds oficandy every week.  Stingy  . Even after wc are married,  wooea  the ardent lover, I shall 'always   ba  close to you.  And li: was.  Minard's  Linimint Cures  Diphtheria  When 'the butcher answered the telephone the slii'IL voice o: :\ little girl  greeted him.    '���������      "'-...  Helloh "/Is. that Mr.' Wilson?  Yes; Bessie, .lie answered, .kindly,  what can-1 Co for you?  Oh, Mr. Wilso., please ..el. me where  Grandpa's liver Is! The fol'.:svare out  and'I've got to put a hot flannel on it  and I. don't know where it-Is-  Facts in-; Nature  ���������jPOR centuries .ft.has been known that Nature's most valuable health gir-  A    ing egenta for tho cure of disease arc found in bur American foresta.       x  Over forty yeara ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to tho Invalid** ���������  Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, N.Y., used the powdered extracts as well ba  ths liquid extracts of native medicinal, plant-), such as Bloodroot and Quecn'a- root.  Golden Seal and Stone root, Cherry "bark and "Maildrake,"for the cure ofiblood  diseases,   This prescription as put up in liquid form was called. ���������".. ���������    ���������]>'.  DR, PIERCE'S  to^  andhaaenjoyedalarge ������alo for all these years in every drug store in the  land.   You can. now obtain the powdered extract in sugar-coated tablet form of  your medicine dealer, or send 60c .in one-cent postago stamps for trial box n^  Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., and tablets will bo mailed, postage prepaid.  The "Golden Medical Discovery" makes rich, red blood, Invigorates the  stomach, liver and bowels and through them the whole system. Skin  affections, blotchoj, boils, pimples and eruptions���������result of bad blood  ���������are eradicated by thia alterative extract���������as thousands have testified. >'���������  Send BO ������������e-cent'������taiar������topayco������t of mailing only on a free copy of Dr.  Pierce's   Common   Sense  Medical  Adviser, 1008  pages,  clothbounj  ADDRESS DR. R. V. PIERCE, BUITAJLO, N. Y.  xfi������<7Tv< THE SUN. GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  1  n /  it  I :  ix -  CRUB  Try   Murins   Eye    Remedy  h. you'have i<.ed.' Weak, vVatery ii)y������L  or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart  ���������Soothes Eye ' Pain. Druggists Sell  Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid,-25c, 50c.  Murine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes,  25c, - 50c.    Eye  Books  Free  by Mail.  - Ac Cy������ Tonic Good tor All Eyoo that Nesd Care  Xdurl&o Eyo  Romedy  Co.,   Chicago  r   J'Who Wanted Hln.   ���������'  Senator Tillman sees mon with his  one eye .than many men do with.two;  nevertheless those who see, him cannot  help noticing his misfortune., Some  time-ago he clapped his hands for a  page from the cloakroom, and a new  one responded.    '  Tell Senator Clay, he said,- that I  want to-see him In the cloakroom.  The page rau on the "errand, stopping to ask the head usher where Senator Clay sat. Then he asked: Who  is it that has only one eye?  The usher, thinking it a question  in mythology, replied: Why, Cyclops,  of course.  The page delivered nis message in  this astounding way: Senator Cyclops  wants to sec you in the cloakroom.  ..Not,the Same-One *>  An old'-'negro, who for several years  had' conducted an illicit still among  the mountains of Kentucky, fell a vic-  Itlm at'last to the vigilance of the revenue officers, and 1 as brought before  the Court.  What name? inquired thc Judge  wheii the frightened negvo appeared  before him. ',    r,  -Joshua, Yo' Honah.  "Ah, returned the Judge, I suppose  then,.you are the Joshua who made  the sun stand still.-       ,  .    ' ���������  No," sah, was the prompt reply, I s  not dat Joshua,at all; Fs-de Joshua  what "made de -moon shine.  - Why,, no - Fence was .Noshed  ; Mark Twain was spending a^summer in a small lawn while a subscription was being raised by-the citizens  for the building of a new fence round  a very old and dilapidated - cemetery.  Mark Twain was asked several times  for a contribution, l>ut each request  was refused. / " -^  '"Upon.'being asked for.a:, explanation of his disinterestedness he replied:' I see no'" reason for'it. Those  who are in" the-, cemetery can't get  out: and those that are out don't yant  to get'in. '".-''..."'  - The One Who  Did the  Best Job  A certain -careless s'tudcat in a  small college suffered from, obesity,  and it* app ars" that.even college pro-  fessoi . do not love a fat man.. One  day, after a particularly unsuccessful  "feci'tatlon in mathematics, the instructor said scornfully: Well, Mr.-Blank,  you are better fed than taught.  1 That's-right, Professor, nighed the  youth subsiding heavily into his chair,  you teach me���������I feed myself.  It looked like the end or an effort in  rhyme��������� ���������  He'd been stuck for an hour for a  jingle with 'month,',  "  Then he slapped in a lassie who lisped r.ll the time.  And he chuckled,   I've .beaten   N.  ' Webster i'or onth.   ��������� '  Good-Bye, Old Backache  Nerviline Will Fix You!  Stiffness is Rubbed Right Out;  Every  Sign of Pain Disappears ���������  Geo whiz���������thinl. of it!  No more stomach dosing necessary  to cure your lame back.  Every trace of lameness, every bit  of stiffness, every sign of weakness in  the back's muscles can be rubbed away  for all time to come by good old  "Nerviline."  No other liniment-can do the work  so quickly, can penetrate so deeply,  can bring ease and comfort to the  back-weary sufferer as"Nerviline invariably does.  Backache isn't the only, malady Ner  vilino is quick to cure.- For lim.ib.igc  or sciatica you would go "far to find  relief so speedy .as Nerviline rives.  For chronic rheumatism there are  pain-destroying properties in Nerviline that give it first rank. The way  it limbers up a stiff joint and lakos  soreness out of strained or rheumal-  Fait'i MisplaceJ  -Mrs. Evans was making a call on  airs. Francis, and they wei'3 enjoying  a chat about some of their neighbors.  Mrs. Greene, said the hostess, is a  woman who suffers much for her belief.  Indeed, replied thc caller wondcring-  ly, and what is her belief?  ' Why, continued the hostess;, she believes she can  wear a number three  shoe on a number six foot.-  When  We Would all  be  Missionaries  A well-known agnostic was present  at one of Henry Ward Beccher's lectures, and after tho address thc man  presented one of his daughters���������a  beautiful girl���������to Mr. Bencher, saying:  Mr. Beecher. here- is a girl who, according to your ideas, is a heathen.  Well, my dear, said Mr. Beecher, if  all heathens were as pretty as you are  wc  would  all become  missionaries.  0jj  "I*  V"  Constipation  Vanishes ~*  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS never  fail.   Purely vegst  oblc���������act surely  but gently on  the liver.  Stop after  dinner  distress-  cure indi��������� ~ -- , . ,  gestion ��������� improve   thc, complexion��������� bf'8h.ten  the eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.-  Genuine must bear Signature  ~~~     Beautiful  A well-known woman is a fa:������ous  Mrs. Malaprop as regards her speech.  And what in France, asked a friend,  did  you  enjoy  most,  Mrs. ? '���������  Well. I think, said the lady, it was  ,0I?JSJebavBe a?Sioa ���������%n anv the P^pb������-"aota siting "the. may  where, if you have a sore back, a onnaise.  stiff neck, a stiff joint; a strained muscle���������if you have ltimbage, congested  chest or sore throat, just try Nerviline.  Rub it on' plentifully���������it won't blister,  it can't do anything but cure you  quickly. The large 50c. family size  bottle is the most economical, of  course, but you can, from any dealer,  also get the 25c. small size of Nerviline, the king of all pain-relieving re-  mc lies.  Why He Wept  He was a hard-looking ruffian, but  his counsel, In . voice husky with  emotion, addressed the jury:  Gentlomen, said he, my client was  driven by want of food to take tl. i  email stwn of u>^ ley. All that he  wanted was' sutticient money to buy  food for his little ones. Evidence, cf  this lies In thc fact that he .didn't take  a pocket book, containing fifty dollars  In bills that was lying in'the room.  The counsel pna'^dj' a moment,  / and the silence was interrupted by a  sob of th6 prise. Jr.   ' ;  wiiv do you vyep? asked the Judge.  Because,' replied the prisoner, I did  not see -the pocketbook.  Getting Even  ���������' A little boy had ",een punished by  his mother,one day,'and that night at  bedtime he prayed thus:  Dear Lord, bless Papa and Sister  Lucy and Brother Frank and .Uncle  Fred and Aunt Mary and make me a  good boy."    Amen. '   -  Then looking up into his mother's  face, ho said: I suppose you noticed  that you' were:.'t in it.  He Had a Millior.r.ire's Priyi'e'gs  They had  ''ist b en engaged.  Oh, Will, she said, moving a trifle  closer to him.     I am so glad you are  not rich.     They say   that   some    of  those millionaires receive threatening  letters saying that somathing dreadful  will happen to them if they don't pay  the-writers sums of money.  ' Oh; is that all? replied Willie. Why,  I get plenty ->������ such letters.  ; . He Wasn't Sure  Won't you be very.very happy when  vour sentence is over? cheerfully asked a woman of a convict in prison.  I dunno, Ma'am, I dur>o, gloomily  answered the man. ������-���������  You don't know? asked the woman,  amazed.      Why  not?  .  I'm in for life.  Asthma No Longer Dreaded. The  dread of renewed attacks from asthma  has no hold upon those whe . havo  learned to rely ������������������-.pon Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. So" safe do  they feel -that complete v liance is  placed on this true specific with the  certainty thatit will always do all that  its makers claim.- If you have not yet  learned how safe you are with this  preparation at liand, get it to-day and  know for yourself.  Ras'.us was Innocent  Vastus - wafe ill and the physician  was visiting him.  What you tink is de niattah wif me,  Doctah?  Oh, nothing much, said the doctor;  only a light case of chicken pox.  Rastus grew nervous. I 'clare, Doctah. he said earnestly, I ain't be������n  nowhar wha I could ketch dat-  The Supreme.i est  Does your husband treat ��������� you un-  kindlvj asked the lawyer.  Certainly not, said the unsubstantial     oman.  Then why do you want u divorce?  I don't actually wpnt a divorce. I  merely want" to : pply for one.". Then  T ca.i judge by the kind of a fuss my  husband makes whether he really  cares for me oi\nol  Some Feat, This  The teacher had told he".--pupils to  write a short essay about Lincoln, and  one-boy handed ii. the following:  Abraham Lincoln was born on a  bright summer day,' the twelfth of February, 1809.- He was boru in a log  cabin he had .' --lped his father to build.  There was' an Excellent Reason      .  Is there any .good reason why I  should give you five cents? asked tho  well-dressed elderly man of the youth  who accosted him.  Well^said-'the small boy, as ho retired from the danger zone, if I had  a nice high hat like yours I would not  want it soaked with a snowball. ���������  Minard's Liniment Cc    Limited.-  Sirs,���������I hav. used your MINARD'S  LINIMENT for the past 25 years and  whilst I have occasionally used other  liniments I can safely say that I have  never used' any equal to yours.  If rubbed between' the hands and in-  haled^frequently, it will never fail to  cure cold in the heed in twenty-four  hours. .; . , .  It is also  sprains, etc.  Dartmouth.  the    jes'.    for    bruises,  lours truly,  J. G. LESLIE.  culclely etoj>3  couchs  the throat and luntrs  cures  cclds,  and  heals  ::       25 cents.  What Would Happen  Do you understand what you are to  ������wear to? asked the court as a not  over-intelligent looking negro took the  witness stand.  Yessah, Ah does. Ah'm to sweah  to tell'de truf.  Yes, said the Judge; and what win.  happen if you do not tell tin truth?   .  Well',"' p ill. was the hesitatin: answer. Ah expects ouah side'll win de  case, sah.  A Cure for Rheumatism.���������A painful  and persistent form of rheumatism is  caused by impurities in '.he blood, the  result of defective action of the liver  and " kidneys. The blood becomes  tainted by the introduction of uric  acid, which causes much pain in the  tissues -and In the joints. . Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills.'are known,, to have  ��������� effected iiiany���������': remarkable, cures,. and  their use, is strongly- recommended.  ;.'���������''&'itrial:of them.will convince.any-  one of their /alue..  Two Reasons "for Not Reporting ,  General Nelson A- Miles, during active service, one day received a telegram from a subordinate w'V was "on  a furlough" but was expected back that  day. The dispatch read:  - Sorry, but cannot report today as  expected, owing to unavoidable circumstances. ������  The tone jf the message did not  please the General, ru.d he wired back:  ���������Report at once, or give reasons. -  Back came the answer from a hospital: ' _ ' ,.  Train off, can't ride; legs off, cant  walk. ���������  *. I,....       _ ���������  Of Course  A young lady entered the fur store  and the polite salesman'came forward.  I wish to get a."muff, she said.  Yes'm. said tlie'salesman, what fur?  The young lady looked surprised.  Why, she said, to' keep my. hands  warm, of course.  The Boy- Knew He Was Honest  A man who kept a small shop was  waiting on single "customer early  one morning. His little boy and he  were alone at the time, and the shopkeeper was obliged to go upstairs for  some change. Before doing so he  whispered to the littVe chap to watclr  tho' customer, to see that ho didn't  steal anything.  Very soon the proprietor returnc.l  with the necessary change, and the.  boy sang out: He didn't steal anything, Pa; 1 watched him.  Charity.  The Charity that begins  at home  and remains there is anemic.   An occasional outing will do it good.  ���������;������������������������������������;;.; welded  '   Boob���������Weak .things united become  strong. ������������������  ." '  Miss Tarte���������-Why-ddn-'tryou" marry?  '-���������'.���������.Maintaining a Microbe  A country school-teacher was cashing her monthly check at the bank.  The teller apologized for the filthy  .condition of the bills, saying: I hope  you are not afraid of microbes.  ' -Not a J>it Cf, it, the; school-teacher  replied. I am sure no microbe could  'lire,on my salary.  '���������'    .   .  Did yo\i kill the moths?- with the  moth balls I recommended? asked the  druggist.  No I didn't! said the customer truculently; I sat up all night and didn't  hit a single moth.  Honesty, like: beauty, "is'.often only  skin deep.   -". ��������� ; , . ������������������;"  ���������^ L _^T  W. N. U. 985  Indian Root Pills  exactly meet the need which so often  arises in every family for a medicine  to.open up and regulate the bowels.  Not only are they effective in all  ��������� cascsof Constipation, but they help  greatly in breaking up a Cold or La  Grippe by cleaning out the system  and purifying the blood. In the same-  way they relieve or cure Biliousness,  Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheumatism and other common ailments.  In the fullest sense of the words Dr.,  I    Morse's Indian Root P������Ms arc ������7   '  a >; .:-"'������  Not What he Seemed  She was very stout am' must have  weighed nearly three huvdred pounds.  She was learning roller skating, when  she had the misfortune to fall: Several attendants rushed to her side,  but were una,ble to raise her at once.  One said soothingly:  We'll get you up all right, Madam.  Do not be alarmed.  Oh, I'm not alarmed at all, but yom  floor'is so terribly lumpy-  And then from underneath came a  small voice, which said: I am not a  lump, I am an attendant.  His Bust  Daniel C. French, the sculptor who  was commissioned to make the bust of  Ralph Waldo' Emerson, which is now  in Memorial Hall, Harvard University,  toils this story:  At one of the sittings. Mr. Emerson  rose suddenly and walked over to  where the sculptor was working. Ho  looked long and earnestly at the bust,  unc then, with an inimitably droll e\-  p:vs������-ion, be said:  The trouble is. the more it resembles me the worse it looks.  What Might H-vo Happened  Tho trial of a notorious old moonshiner was over; and he had -keen  found guilty. The Judge lectured  him severely on his long criminal record and. then sentenced him to thirty  six years' imprisonment, saying tnat  the court had no feeling of anger toward him, but; only of pity. -  The prisoner listened stolidly, and  said as he left the court room: Well,  I suah am glad he wasn t mad at me.  -��������� ^   He Had Plans all Right .  She was a lady visitor to the prison  'and kindly and well meaning;' and. as  she chatter' with a burglar who had  been sentenced tc ���������  onment she thought she detected signs  of reform in him. And now, she said.,  have you any plans for the future on  the expiration of your sentence?  Oh yes ma'am, he said hopefully.  I've got the plans of two banks and a  post-office.  The little boy Jiad brought homo  perfect school reports lot seyera  weeks and -hen his. marks , auddetiily  took a tremendous slump. / His father viewed the last cat- in evident disapproval.  How is 'liifa. son? h   asked.  .���������Teaciier's fault, said the boy.  How is it the teacher's fault.  She moved the iittle.boy that sat  next to me.      '  That fellow treats you with respect.  Yea:  T nwr������",1m "ve dnVarr  _ Homesick  Did j'ou give this man the third degree? asked the police officer.  ' Yef' . We browbeat and badgered  him with every question we could  think of.  What did he do?  He dozed off and merely murmured  now and then: Yes, my dear. You are  perfectly right.  Proo."  Fieddie has a fortune in politics.  He knows the ropes, declared the admiring friend.  Yes, I judged that Trom the campaign cigar-he g?ve me.  Efficiency  Our boss is a crank on efficiency.  What's he up to r.rw?  Trying to teach the stenographer to  chew her gum iu two movements' less  per minute to the lower jaw.  Nine Point in Her Favor  The lovely girl,, having lingered a  minute in her room'to adjust her transformation, change the angle of her  Grecian band and make oiire that her  skirt fitted like the peelinj of a plum,  descended to the par] : to find thc  family pet csconceu upon the knee of  the young man caller,, he:- curly head  nesticd comfortably against his shoulder.  Why, Mabel! tho young lady exclaimed: aren't you ashamed of yourself?     Get right dow .  Shan'L do it, retorted tho child. I  got here first.  ..    His Reminder  Now, children, said the visiting minister who had been asked to question  the Sunday-school, with what did Samson arm himself to fight against the  Philistines?  None of the children could tell him.  Oh, yes, you know; he said, and to  help 'them he tapped his jaw with his  one r.nger.     What is"'this? he asked.  This jogged their memories and the  class cried in chorus: The ia-hone ot  an acs.  DISSATISFIED  WITH ILL-HEALTH  Are  you  existence,  satisfied  to  chronically  drag  ailing,  Every Moment Couated  Elihu   Root  was  cross-examining  a  young woman in court one day.  How^ld aro you? he asked.-  The young woman hesitated.  Don't hesitate, said  Mr.  Root.  The  longer you hesitate the older you are.  Stockings? said the salesman. Yes,  ma'am.     What number do you wear?  What number? snapped the stern  visaged lady. Why, two, of course.  Do you take me for a centipede? ..  out an  and  more or less disabled by headache,  1 -kache, acuiug limbs and lr ly  pajns���������an t..e result of constipated  bowels and derangements of thc kid-.  neys?  You  may  be  disheartened  and depressed  and  possibly have  been clis-_^  couraged uy the treatments you havo  tried.     Possibly sickness has become .  more or less of a habit with you. Anyway, there is new hope for you in Dr.  Chas-'s Kidney-Liver Pills.     No other  medicine has the combined influence  on the liver, kidneys and bowels that  is exerted by this great   '!*<='  the  famous  Receipt  Book  author.  The cost is trifling, for Dr. Chase's  Kidney Liver Pills sell at 25 cents  a box. Many t* usands have begun  this treatment in skepticism, only to  be cured by its use. Your experience may be just as satisfactory. It  won't cost much to nuke the test, and  vou have c^ irything to.gain. Isn't it  worth while to be weli and to know  again the joy of healthful living?  SamJ Experience  Mrs. New'.y   ed (to cook, whom she  has just engaged)���������You see, my husband is so very particular about hia  food. ml  Cook   (sympathetically)���������They   aro  all ulike, mum.     My old man was jest  the same; I never cooked anything to  please 'im in me life.  Good actions ^arry their warrant  with them. The warrant for bad ones  ig carried by a policemau.  i1^Sitrs=?'^X ip HEAD ACHES; AND YOM EARS BUZZ  .������������������������������������������ ������hP thought she detected signs ������     i*uxji/    *w*  ���������   ...���������  YOU SURELY HAVE CATARRH  It doesn't matter how lcig you have,  suffered, or how often you havo failed  to get relief���������even though Catarrh may  affect every organ in ,our body, you  can be permanently cured by inhaling  the soothing vapor of Catarrhozone.  A few breaths trough Catarrhozone  inhaler clears the phlegn. out of the  throat and stops your cough. 1 he nostrils are cleansed of offensive mucous  discharge, and sneeiiug and snlffl ng  stop at once. partial loss of hearing  and'headache (very common symptoms of catarrh) are qutoklj cured,  and in a short time every trace of  catarrh disappears.    '  Nothing   "��������� " ,rt     nr    more  pleasant than Catarrhozone. It's healing piney /apor nends a warm cleansing sensation th.ough all the air passages in the head and throat���������makes  you feel better in half a minute.  "My ears buzzed by thc hour and I  had frightful . ad noises," writes J.  P. Purdy, from Port Hu'-on. "Catarrh  fairly filled my whole head and throat.  I got relief .nighty fast when I tried  Catarrhozone; it In- the spot instantly. You bet Catarrhozone has cured  me and I simply swear by it."  Get the compel $1.00 outfitf it doea  the trick in a hurry���������never falls;  small size 50c: trial or sample sla������  25c    sold bv dealers everywhere  >f)  mmtmsm *u*4t*tl*u^ C���������^UU'Cfc-i  WCT>������wwiwmi  t 1/  &ntVerf>%&Wli''*' *������5.J(M������/*'J"������'t������r������.tt���������������  !^������^������*fiffl!������^^ <  ���������I  I',  Kb X  ���������I *!  J'l      ������!'  I''     f1  S- M p  i     *���������  /  .  I   x   ������  r   !   V  'ii *  ������ 3  -I  1*1  Hi  '!  h ^  \\) \  v ? il  hM  If  v; i  THE   SUJS,    GRAND   tfOKKS,   B. C.  ������tedran&iH'nrfe^utt spect tothe land 8ituati0Q throu-h"  ������ iout    f  G: A. Evans, Editor and publisher  SUBSCRIPTION SA.TB8 1  Address all communications to  The Grand Forks Sun,  ^honb R74 Grand Forks, BrC  out   the   belt, and the 'standing of  each   quarter  section   according to  the records of the department.  >ne rear $1 so'     ^ne sheets have been - tssued on a  c&Yjrfi������^ name1?. 7-89 miles ,0  the inch, which   combined'with the  comparatively simple system of coloring   that   has   been'adhered to in  FRIDAY, "FEBRUARY 27,  191.4 j *-be map, en-ibles   a person  to   pro-   -  * ^ cure at a glance the information de-  eiied.  In addition to the detailed in  formation with respect to the disposition of lands, etc., throughout the  belt, the location and boundaries of  Dominion t-imb'-r berth?, forest" reserves, Indian' reserves, grazing  lands, etc,, are clearly shown, also  post office and eeneral railway information.  Copies   of the   map be obtained  upon application to F__C. C. Lynch,'  superintendent of the railway   lands  branch, department of the interior,  Ottawa.  Here is the burden that has  been  saddled on British   Columbia by   tho  McBride raiUvay policy:  Canadian Northern���������  Total obligationfor principal ." $.47,975,000  Total .obligation for interest     78,383-424  ^126,358,425  Pacific Great Eastern���������  Principal and interost...$ 37,312,500  Provincial credit pledged  for : .$163,670,925  ALARM CEQCKS  - For these dark mornings  produce a tendency . to  sleep in. Best thing you.  ban get to counteract this,  tendency is a good reliable alarm clook. Our  stock is large, our prices  are low, and every clock  is Guaranteed.  D, MORRISON  <r  JEWELflR-OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS,'B.C.  The executive of the Vancouver  Conservative association on Wednes.  ,day night passed a resolution unanimously refusing to support Pjemier  McBride's bill to give an ^idiJitiornil  guarantee of $10,000 a mile to Mac  kenzte and Mann.   -  Trash is ususually done up in attractive packages. The genuine article needs no deception.  When we think of the long and  peaceful rest we will have after we  die, it makes us contented when we  have to work a few hours overtime in  this world.  The parties who rnmnvHl a heavy  black   rob^  from    A. Tiauiuveiser's  are n-ntiHste'd to return ih^H.ini".'  v  YOUR CHILD IS OEOSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  Look   Mother!     If  tongue   is   coated.  -cleanse little bowels with "Cali- -  fornia Syrup of Figs."  ������ome people may be pardoned for  insisting on telling their life's history  to every chance acqaintance. -It may  be the only means they possess of  publishing their small achievements.  Many men who imagine thatrthey  are progressive, are only alive from  their chin to their nose.  The Wise" Man of the Boundary  has said that The Sun man can say  as much in four lines as some-other  editors can say in a page. This  gives The Sun the distinction of being the largest newspaper in British  Columbia.  New Map of Railway Belt  A new edition of a map of the Dn  minion railway belt in British Columbia has recently been issued from  the railway lands branch of the de  partment of the interior at Ottawa.  This publication, consisting of two  sheets, shows topographical and  special detailed information with re  Mothers can rest easy after givini-  "California Syrup of Figs," because ii-.  a few hours all the clogged-up waste  sour bile and fermenting food gentlj  moves out of the bowels, and you have  a well, playful child again.  Sick children needn't be coaxed "to  take this harmless "fruit laxative."  Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action on iiie ���������  stomach, liver, and bowels is prompt  and sure.  Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of-"California Syrup of Figs^i which  contains directions for. babies, children  of all ages and for grown-ups.  yet he your bed, if that- is  the   rest  you   desire.    You've   com'e, tothe  forks of the trail,   you   turn   to  the  left or the right; you choose 'twixt a  home'or a jail, a future   of   wop  or  delight.     Which way are you head  ed, old scout?    You can-not go both  ways   at   once!    Oh, turn    to'the  right   with   a -shout, and leave the  left to dunce!    The left   road, invit-"  intr   at. firt������t,   soon, tears ,yoti with  biHiiililns   and   rocks,   grown ,worsf  with each meter   and   verst���������which  wav  are   you   headed,  old    pox?���������  Walt "Mason. ' '-���������  z=v  isc  i  I  The latest and greatest musical instruments'.,  Hear this once and youiwill w^mt'onc in,your/  hom'e.',. Call at bur sqore and listen to thc re-,  ��������� production of music in" a natural way.     - .  Woodland  & Quiriri  Tiie Rexall Drugrgists  -JT..  IYTI  it:  10 CENT "CASCABETS" -  FOR LIVER AND BOWELS  Cure   Sick    Headache,    Constipation,  Biliousness,   Sour   Stomach,    Bad  Breath���������Candy Cathartic.  Quo Vadis?  Which way are you headed, old  sport! Uphill, with the strenuous  boys? What sort of a fame do you  court, and how are you choosing  your joys? Have you the ambition  to climb as every sane mortal  aspires, or think you a bully good  time is all that a fellow requires?  For you there's an eminent place,  if 'haply for honor you yearn; for  you there is lasting disgrac-p, if  that's the reward you would enrn.  Whicn way are you headed, old  hunks? Which way aiv von pointing  your shots? Oh, sav, are you saving your plunks, or blowing them  all in for hooz ? Thpre's wealth in  the dUtiin'e ahead, if weilthisa  thing you admire; some kpiiMt-l nuiv  .No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your-head  aches, how miserable you are" from  constipation, indigestion, biliousness  and sluggish bowols���������you always get  relief with Cascarets. They immediately cleanse-and regulate the'stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food  and foul gases; take the excess-bile  from the" liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and. poison  from the intestines and bowels. \  10-cent box from'your druggist '..ill,  keep your liver and bov/els clean;  ���������tomacb sweet and -head clear for  months     -'hey work while you'sleep.  They are usually best.  and  most  satisfactory  in the end. *���������.       ':.  ' ' -  nuaiu/S'-IE!  BOTTLED BEER  is a-'iioine product of  ' ��������� -���������. merit.    Get a  a case today and try.it  nQ.wr-A-sk',for it:  '  cintyre  P  Shelf ana Heavy  Hardware  Wagons   Sleigfis  ill Kinds of Building Material  >  Second. Street, Grand Forts  Geo.' E. Rlassie  Fashionable '  ������  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Every Description  Bridge Street  Grand Forts, B. C.  aecona-  WINNIPEG AVB  Op.W   nlpcjjHoto  Grand Forts  Hand Store  We Buy, Sell and Exchange  Everything ��������� We also rJ(, all kind*  of Tailoring";Work"     We  are   Ex  petts   in   Furier   Work, Cleaning,  - ...Pressing and Repairing.    Hati.sfac-  ���������    tion guaranteed in everything..  H. fianeson, Proprietor  GRAND FORKS BREWING  -COMPANY     .  $1.50 ,PER DOZEN,  DELIVERED  WOOD and FENCE POSTS  Dry ��������� four.-foot   Fir. and  Tamarac. Cedar and Tam-  arac Posts.! Prompt attention to - phone  ordrrs. -  A.    GALLOWAY  - RANCH WOOD DEALER  PHONE L 14 COLUMBIA, B. C.  \ Wirir B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman J  - ���������       ��������� r,  GRAND FORKS, B.C."  Milk and Cream deliver-'  ) ed to all parts of the city ���������  1 daily.- Dairy absosolutely  . sanitary.. We endeavor to  "please our customers/   -  : ��������� ���������'.'- '���������''" - -. i  nartiniiuHeh  All Kinds of Dray ing  , DEALER IN   " '- ^     '     .';  Wood aiid Coal  OFFICB AT  The Matin Drug Co. 'sStor e  ���������    PHONE 35-    "   -  RESIDENCE PHONE R18    -   '  AUTO LIVERY  AT.YOUR  SERVICE  ��������� Modern Rigs  and Good  ��������� - Horses at All 'Hours  at  the  Model Livery Para.  Barns S O'Ray, Props..  Phone 68 Second Street  Grand   Forts Transfer  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for "',  Teaming of  All Kinds.'  Bus and Baggage "at All    '_  Trains.   Mclntyre S Mclnnis, Proprietors'  >*'  Wj  Megaphone  Methods  If you had a voice like thunder,  with a Megaphone attachment you -  could not reach so many people, as  you can through our want ads.  You have not got the voice but  our paper Is at your service all the  year around.  0*f9tl������faM������ UN kf ��������������� W UtCwrtf,  Palace Barber Shop  qitazor Honlnff a Speolaiy.  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made   to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEQN...  WINNIPEG AVENDB  THE  London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables trnders throughout  the   world   to  coinmiuiicute direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of poods. Besides boins' n complete commercial guide to London anri its  suburbs, the directory contains list" of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  a It h the Hoods they ship, and rhe Colon in I  and Foreign  MarUejt.s they .supply:  STEAMSHIP LINES  irrong-ed under the 1'ort.s to which they vail,  and indicating the approximate Sailingtt;  PROVINCIAL THADR NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial-  fciitrchof the United Kingdom.  A copy of tho current edition will be fir-  warded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can udverti'-e  their trade cards for $5, orlnrger advertise-  ments from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD  25, Abohurch Lane, London,   E.C.  P. A.  Z.  PARE,  Proprietor  1st Door North of Granby Hotel,  '<������������������;.'���������        First Street.  Don't forget that The Sun has the  best job printingdeparrment  'n ^ne|  "Vessels Large May  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Sjay  Near Shore."  The large dlsplar ada. ore good  for: the large business and the  Classified Want Ads. are proportionated good for the small firm.  In fact many large firms became  such by the diligent use of the  gClasalfted Columns. There example is good-start now.  imp: ft; It W  M.CMf  Boundary country.  If you read The Sun you get the  news of the city,, the province -and  the world. It is possible for a Suu  reader to keep abreast of the tim'e8  'iii  ft  i  vVitbout the aid of the daily paper  ft  >:/ ���������i  H>3  %*  ���������V&-*  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  ossa.  ;islsor.y Mercantile  Forced to Sacrifice to  meet the demands  ������f Creditors  'ebriiary27  We Moment we raise  $3,240.12 this event  ends  ifr>  9  ITom&tinr&t^^ His entire stock of High-Class Clothing, Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes,  ���������^S^-0^^^^^^^ C" 9rt^or9' Association to satisfy claims aggregating $3,240.12 at aprle  ijthat.willjar the entire population of the,Boundary District. la^^c  D--  1  Stf  "������  is  Si  ���������it  <?  <������  This announcement will no doubt prove a great surprise to bur  many patron?. The B.-C. Cieditors-have extended us every advantage.' They have contracted, with us to. con vert $3,240.12 of our  stock into .cash within the next eighth days.    '   ;  -Having every confidence in .their ability" to accomplish this end;  we have'given them absolute authority to make whateverprice con-'  cessions they may deem necessary, and have placed no "restrictions  whatever���������it's up to them to make the price, and o~wiiig to"the fact  that-my entire stock is involved,' this will prove very- differenfrlrom  the ordinary Sale,' it being customary as a'rule to" offer only short  ; lots or odds and ends at a reduced price. ��������� -  ^   -  We assure'our many patrons-and the' general-public that our  customary honest treatment-wilLbe fully extended while the B. C.  Creditors' Association is in charge,jand advice your early attendance  before lines are broken. ' Yours faithfully,       R.. CAMPBELL,  EXTRAORDINARY METHODS MOST BE-CHOSEN  This event .will prove a sensation in commercial circles. ' We have  contracted to convert $3,2-10.12 worth of merchandise into cash" in the  short period of 8 days. ���������  Next to nothing prices will do the work. Note the conditions. We  have accepted this stock and undertaken this great task only on' conditions that we be not Restricted in making Price Concessions, -and we  promise the Greatest Saving Chances ever offered in the Boundary.: To  sell the required amount in such a short period of time mean's -that  , drastic methods must be employed. Such wonderous- and':mar.vei'6us  price-wrecking,.will rule that the name and fame of this Great Sale will  ring all over_ the Boundary. - Cold type never before *old tlie story of  greater sacrifice;    Spare nothing is-the battle cry of this price massacre.  The people of this vicinity well know the honorable methods which  have established for this store such an enviable reputation. This reputation will be fully maintained while this great movement is  in  action  THE B. C. CREDITORS' ASSOCIATION.  Our Promise Will Stand  the Acid lest  EAD   GOftlPREI  War Mow Declared on  High Prices  Save WMe Saving is Good       OPEN EVENINGS     Don't Wait Until Next Week  Suits  Workmanship    "rules      supreme.  . Styles direct from New York  Cityr Campbell's former, price,  $20/' Creditors'price.'. .,$13.20  'Suits-and'Overcoats "  Men, grasp * the true meaning.  Many exclusive styles and made  by tailors that know how. Most-  . ly Worsted," Tweeds and' Blue  Serge. Why pay s25 to $30 elsewhere?'Creditors' price. .$18.40  Men's Suits  They are here and you'll find them  just as.we say.   Good business  ' suits, look lil^e 820 values, but  only worth $15;  Creditors' price....... .$9.85  Men's Trousers,  You'll find in this lineyalues worth  investigating..; Extra  neat patterns.  Creditors' price... .$3.95  Don't Forget, 0en  It's your golden opportunity to secure Union Made clothing. The  Union Label on: every garment.  Gloves  $1.50 silk-lined Gloves for. .$1.15  2.50 Mocha Gloves for  1.60  1.75 Buckskin Gloves for.. 1.20  1.75 Gauntlet work'Gloves. 1.20  Eiderdown Comforters  A light and dainty comforter with  genuine purified Siberian down  filling. No roughness, well filled,  covered on both sides with pretty French sateen in handsome  coloring's; stitched in fancy scroll  . and panel effect. _ Full size. ���������  Creditors' price ' $6.50  /    Shoes -  Hand-welt, and- bench made, box  Calf, Vici, Gun Metal and Tan  Willowr   Sold    everywhere   at  ... $5.50.    Creditors' price.. .$4.40  .   Work Shirts  $2.50 pure wool workshirt for $1.85  1.75 "    *"' blue Flannel for 1.20  Extra Special  Don't forget to'see the/ Shirts we  are selling at only.;.. J ... .,60c  Neckwear  Popular, colors, values-to 75c,  Creditors' price .... .3 for $1.00  Ties  A nice range at 3 for 25c  Collars  The famous W. G. and R. Collars  Creditors' price 3 for 25c  ; ���������    Negligee Shirts  Fpr. men who care about their  dress. Soft Shirts,Colored Sliirst  of every conceivable kind.  Values up to $1.95.  Creditors' price........ $1.20  Better Shirts  Here are Soft Shirts, collars separate, of extra quality. Campbell's price 2.75,  Creditors' pricey-. $1.95  Railroad Shirts  Dark blue, with stiff collars.    Out  they goat  .<)5C  TrpifiO Purchases may bo exchanged^ if  I CfllliO unsatisfactory. Goods will be  sold as advertised and no misrepresentaifoh  tolejated. Every article in this mammoth  stock marked at liquidation prices. No  Limit.    No Reserve.  CO pr Opening day, Friday, Febrnary 27.  IIbLL To stimulate interest in the opening of this great eventwe will give $10 in  cash to one of the first 100 customers purchasing $1.or over. A chance with every  f\ purchase. Doors open, at 10 a.m. sharp..  Be on jthe. minute..   ,  Underwear  Heavy all-wool unshr'nkible. Why  pay 1.75?  Creditors'price.$1.15  Fleece Underwear  You  know  this  line.     (Jambell's  price 75c.   Creditors' price. .50c  Better Underwear  Yellow,      Gold    Fleece   Viking  brand underwear, 3 thread; regular price 3.75.    Creditors'. $2.90  Union Suits, Creditors'.,..  5.80  "Black Underwear  Just the kind for heavy work.  Creditors' price only $1.20  ~ "Braces  Light and heavy, with extra strong  elastric. Creditors' price.  President brace "     "    .  .25c  .50c  Hats "  Here is a hummer for you  to  investigate.   New    nifty   shapes.  Price up to 2.75.  ^ Creditors' price....V.... .$1.50  Entire stock at similar reductions."  Tlie B. 0/ Creditors* Association  Raising Cash Qn Stock of  Cam  Grand Forks* B. C.  TORE NOW CL0S_  Invoicing goods and .undergoing important changes.  GRAND  0PENIN6   FRIDAY,   FEB, 27  " 10 A.M.ttHARP ...     '     ���������      ���������    -  BEGINNING FRID1Y, FEB. 27, THIS STORE  WILLIE  OPEN EVENINGS  &������������������  h  W  (J  & ���������  mummmmamiMmmm ' l"-,V-.,Jl    J-  \wiV������x^*HiM4'^s;s'.Mawi)Aaw������ii(i&i?,ax-iL  liX-j^-AcxitoMM:;. ������.ynMc M������m.  ,^���������^.���������,r^^^  ���������*f*^*?������*������f������^^  tl. M  h' is  it "  It M  \. j *  -J' i i  nil  ���������t,  1-6'  5 >. i  ''���������i-i  Hi i  . n.  ..!  \  .' i in  ' ��������� <.'������������������!  ':"    I  a.  I-.  Hi  v  ���������>A  ���������������������������^esMausKwraasrasraa^  &ee-S^  ���������'.���������*':������������������':;'���������*.  DON'T HAVE RHEUMATISM  Get Gin Pills Now  and bo free of pai. all winter. Mr.  Robert Wilt on ol Hard'fleld, N.B., says  "It affords' me" great pleasure to convey, not only to 'you bul also to all  sufferers from Backache and Rheumatism, the great relief I have obtained  from thc use of Gin Pills. 1 feel thankful to jou. I recommend GIN PILLS  to anyone suffering" as I did."  50c. a Box, 6 for $2.50. Sample free  If you write National Drug & Chemi-  ������al Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.  A'Sorj Spot With Him  Tfie* teacher was" addressing his pupils on the subjectE of laziness and  Idleness. ��������� .   -  He drew a terrible picture of the  habitual loafer���������the man who dislikes  to work and who begs for all he gets.  Now,] John, said the teacher to a  little boy who had been very inattentive during the lesson. .  John was instantly on.the alert.  Tell me, continued "the teacher, who  Is the miserable individual who gets  clothes, food ' and ' lodging, aud yet  does nothing in return?  John's face brightened.'  Please, sir, said he, the baby.  scorro  EKUL3I0H  CO������>UW������OH.  R���������S������ AND HEALTH ������0 MOTHER ftHD eHltD.  Mas. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  fcjeu ior over SIXTY SHEARS by MIWONS ot  MOTHERS for theirv CHILDREN Wlll&i  2&ETHING. .with" PERFECT SUCCESS. 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Beware of alcoholic imitations  and insist on the purity of SCOTT'S.  AT ALL DRUGGISTS 13-82  A Very Present Help  Put down, the little fellow said,  reading.from.a book, ten pounds -of  sugar at five cents a pound, and four  pounds of coffee at thirty cents a  pound, and two pounds of butter at  twenty-eight ceiits a pound and" two  calces of soap at five cents each.  I've got them down, said the grocer,  looking up from his pad. ,  How much doo������ it come, to? the lad  asked.  Tlie man ran up the column. ,-  Two-thirty-sis, he announced.-Hurry  up, son.  And if I was to &ive you a five dollar bill how much change would. I  get?  Two- dollars and sixty four cents,  said the grocer impatiently. Come  on, I'm in a hurry.  'Oh, I didn't wan'cto buy them, said  the uwhin, as .he "disappeared through  the door. That's our arithmetic lesson for tomorrow and I couldn't work  it. ~---  SI  Minard's  Liniment Cures Distemper.  One Way Out  Repeat the words tlie defendant  used, said the lawyer for the plaintiff  in a ease of slander.  -  .I'd-rather not, said the witness timidly; they wero hardly words to tell  to a gentleman.  ^Ah, said the attorney, then whisper  them to the judge.'"  EDDY'S  "2 ml*' and "3 ml"  Washboards  .Just  as good ecT  Eddy'*'  Matches  No other Washboards have ihs  .zinc crimped by 'ho method poou-  >llar to  EDDY'S Washboards.  This  patented  process ��������� eliminates  the danger    of    torn    llneno���������the  abuse of hands���������the unpleasantness  of. wash-day. -  It assures comfort and eoonomy to  the   Greatest    degree.    Insist     en  EDDY'S.  Why He Wanted It Changed  ' During the recent session of the legislature of a big "Western State a man  name'tl John Cass applied for permission to change his first name. When  asked the reason for wishing it changed he gave the simple but convincing  answer: Why. everybody calls me  Jack. ���������  It*  virtue   C^annot   be   Described.���������  No one can explain the subtle power  that Dr. Thomas' Eclectrk "Oil possesses? The originator was himself  surprised by tlie wonderful qualities  that hir- compound possessed. That  he was the be-'eiactor of humanity .';  shown by the myriads ,that. rise in  praise of 'this wonderful Oil/ So Ta'-  miliar is "everyone vith 'it -that it is  prized as a household medicine every  whcr9.  - '��������� A -  FARMERS -:  Can always make sure,of getting the highest prices' for WHEAT*' OATQb  BARLEYoand FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM . AWS  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b"  $TH<DMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  ������   ^' THE' WELL-KNOWN    FARMER8' AGENTS  rADD.".ES8.700-703 Y., GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG ,  Wand 'AJexanderMfiMVXJ.  We also buy hides and senica root  SSi' WIWeWEWCHREMBDY. 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President Taft's Two Seats  "When President Taft was Secretary  of War he set out one afternoon for a  baseball game, with two tickets in his  pocket. He was in the habit of buying two seats so that he would have  plenty of room. When he got to the  grandstand he hai.ded out the two tickets. The usher look in at a glance  what they were for and led.the way  to the seats. When he reached them  he paused.  What's the trouble, young man?  said Mr. Taft.  Sorry, Mr. Secretary, said the usher,  but if you sit in these two seats you  are going to have some difliculty. They  are on opposite sides of the aisle.  Parading Her Memory  Thornton���������FannL   Flashley   carries  her bank roll in her stocking.  Rosemary���������I am not surprised. She  always seemed fond of Haunting' her  wealth.  THE HALF-SPEED  A Wise mothers who know the virtues of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at hand, because It proves its value.  Where the Punishment Fits the Crime  Justice "David J.  Brewer was once  asked-  What is the extrjmt penalty  for bigamy?  He smiled and answered: Two mothers-in-law. '    ' A  60c.  a be*"or six boxes for   $2.50  a; all dealti3, or The^Dodds. Medi'  cine  Compa.iy,  Canada.  Limited  Toronto,  What ft Means When Yon Feel "All Out  of Sorts"  You know what it means to" feel "all  out of sorts:2' Most people have felt  this way at some time. Nerves out  of order, irritable, languid, depressed.  An aching-head, a fagged brain, appetite 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 aro only able to live and work  at "half speed."'.  Half speed people have lost that  abundant natural vitalitj which enables others to go "l'ull-speed-ahead"  through life.' Their energy and nerve  power have evaporated���������they cannot  work long without 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 Lr. 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: "I am a farmer  and naturally have to work very" hard.  The result was that I found myself  very much run down. My blood became thin and watery, and my muscles  flabby. I took doctors ���������rer.tment but  it did not h-ilp me,and I grew so weak  that I could scarcely woi.'. t.t all. As  I found the medical treatment was not  helping me I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and in these I found  the medicine I needed, 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 dealers, or will be  mailed, post, pale at 50 cents a box  or six boxeo for ?2.50 by The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Low Comedy  Biffstick���������I couldn't make them  laugh to-night. Do you think my comedy is over theh heads?  Ravenyelp���������No;  under their feet.  Too Deep a Question for Him  . Two colored'tuen were on an expedition to the Colonel's henroost one dark  night. Mose had planted the ladder  and climbed vp to where thj, chickens  were roosting, .and was passing them  down to Ephraim, who put t'h'ern in a  bag.     Suddenly Mose stopped.  What's' de mattah, Brudder Mose?  inquired Ephraim anxiously.  I's jest been-thinking, Brudder Ephraim, how me and you is'membahs  ub- de church, an*' whedder it's'right  to  take dc . Gunnel's chickings. -   '  Brudder Mose, said Ephraim. dat am  a great moral question which you an'  me ain't fit ter wrastle wid. Pass  down anudder chicking.  The   family  "imall   dose.  remedy" for   Coughs   end   Colds'  Small bottle. '  Best since  1S70.  Sunday School Teacher���������Why was  Daniel forced to enter the lion's den?  Bright Pupil���������Why, he'd 'a' spoilt-a  whole film if he didn't!  V/nat He Wanted to Know  Miss Gibson was vejy rich and Mr.  Hanua was very poor. She liked  hini, but that $ is all, and he was well  aware of the fact. One evening he  grew somewhat tender and at last he  said: You are very rich, aren't you,  ���������Helen? ,.  ���������Yes, ,Tom, replied the girl frankly;  f am worth abou twi millions.  ;- /I, iLhpw - you wouldn't.  Will you marry me, Helen.  Oh, no.-Tom, I couldn't.  ���������Then why did you ask me?  Oh, I jvist wanted to set how a man      To  feels.when he loses two million. years.  His One Ambition  I hear, Mr. Wilson, said a lady at,  dinner to Francis Wilson, the actor,  that you are a man full of ambitions?  Ambition, Madam, said thc bored  comedian.   One ambition.  Yes? gurgled the lady in rapture.  Oh, do tell me that ambition. \It must  be something r 'lendid.     . ^  It is, Madarr, said Wilson. I want  to thrTJw an egg into an electric fan.  Could Think Only of One Kind  The young father was rejoicing v,is-'  -ibly over'the ad veil'  of his first sou.  Early in the' morning he wa3 proudly  in evidence at the, front gate when the.  iceman -appeared.' *".-   '"    '���������''       '   "��������� ,-"  Twenty-five pounds?    inquired    the  iceman. ,���������  No, said .the excited parent, eight  and three-quarters. .       '     '.  Minard's Liniment Cures Golds, Etc.  a  After the Ceremony  Bridegroom���������Didt't I look    like  fool when I was.at the altar raii?  Best Man���������No;  but any one could  see that you were not yourself.  Angeline���������[ wo.ider if I shall ever  catch Edwin flirting? *  Mabel���������I always thought that was  how you did c.-.tch him, dear?  Henry's Whereabouts  Where is Henry? asked the neighbor  of the' lady whose  husband  he  wanted to see.  I don't know, exactly, said the lady,  if the. ice' is i~~ thick as Henry thinks  it is he is skating; if it is as thin as I  think it is'he is swimming.  the +hin:   all years    are   lean  Na-Dru Co Laxatives  ���������re  especially  good   for  children, because  they  are  pleasant to take, gentle in  action,' do not irritate  the  bowels nor develop a need  for continual or  increased  doses.   25c. a box, at your  Druggist's.  National Drug and Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limited.      177  t (  Who Begai.  It?  I    Mamie had Jaeen naughty and her  mother finally had:  recourse    to   the  time-honored remedy in such cases.  Mamma,  she sobbed,   did  Gran'ma  spank you when you was little?  Yes, dear, laid her mother, she did  when I'was :.aughty.  And did her mother spank her?  Yes.  And wa3 she spanked, too, when she  was bad? . .  Yes .  Well, who started tho blamed thing,  anyhow?  W. N. U. 985  In Rcnj  So you have two ..rjposals?  Yes; I can'* decide which to marry  first.  COME men ask for so many bags of  ^ "cement"���������^  Others, more careful,, say they want  Portland Gernent "���������  But the man who does the  best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland  Cement  ed he looks to  bag bears this  labd  -. - it  ^9  /���������ii  Write the Canada Cement  Information Bureau, Montreal, for. a free copy of  "What the Fanner Can  I>o Willi Concrete."  rLAKD"  :<oiENr  These 80 a Canada  Cement, deala m yoet  neighborhood. If you do  not know lust, ws^sfef  tii name.        ..-   ,  '���������\  i^i&i^  ttmrnammutam  imii uimniLfiimiiai THE SXIN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  $L  A   Mystery  Solved  By   CLARISSA   MACKIE  M������i$"f<^"!<4'4'H"S',S'<'HJ,*^,*J"HHHMJ'^,J'^  t  4-  %  X  t  T  ?  The manager of the*Sloan Detective  ���������geucy pressed a button aa_he bung  op the telephone receiver. -   .  "Send IJircli in," he ordered as a  ihock, headed ottice boy appeared. ,  "Yes.sjr."   . ,  Almost instantly the door opened to  admit a broad shouldered* young man. ���������  alert of manner,-with been'gray eyes  tudrcsolutc mouth.  '���������'You wish to see bio. Mr. Sloan?" he  RSked.       ���������    "���������  , ,The other nodded.   "Sit down there.  I say, Cob, there's been another one of  those confounded-murders,    it's din-,  man, the banker, this time."     .  "Josiab Hiuman?"'   Birch's eyebrows-'  went "up.   "Our.greatest philanthropist  aud the most harmlcssof men!   What  are the ,dctails. sir?" ^  "Oh, same- as the other three.    He  was -found murdered in  his bed this  'morning.    Doors of the bouse locked.  ���������no signs of windows being tampered  - with, servants all old retainers, not an  enemy  in   the  world  that  wo  know  about,   and   yet   fouud   dead   by" his  valet."  "How was it done?"  "In just the same .manner as Fllck-  Inger, tho railroad king, and Benson,  who was, as you remember, Flickin-  ger'a right hand man���������stabbed through  tbe heart with a dagger of foreign  make. I'm going up there, and I want  yon to come on with me."  "You know I'd like nothing better,"  returned the other eagerly.   "Mr. Hin-  man was very kind to me-when I was-  a boy.   ne gave me my first chance in  tbe wdrl'V'  "I know. ' He's helped a lot of other  people too.    Ho was a fine old^chap.  CP^  -������^  <s������ j3������Ks  BAW FOOTPRINTS I.V THE DUST.  Funny how they've picked out three  men all interested In the L. B. M. railroad. I've no doubt the same gang  turned the three tricks."  "There wasn't a clew in the.other  two cases," mused Birch as the manager's automobile stopped before a  handsome stone bouse on the finest  avenue of the small city.  In five- minutes thoy were In the  death chamber of .ihe .'mansion: and  Sloan was rappiug out questions to the  agitated valet faster ihan the man  could find replies.' When the interview  was concluded they were not much  wiser thnri' before.  "I have not touched a thing, nor has  the doctor," ended Blunt tearfully. "Ho  .must have been asleep, for the papers  - were folded on ..the .bedside table, as  o was his custom, and the light was out,.  although (he murderer might have done  that." .....  "very true," said Sloan. "Now, my  roan. If you will leave us alone"��������� .  ' Blunt went out and'closed the door,  and the two detectives were left alone  In tbe room from which Mr. Hinman'a  body had been removed a short wbllo  after their arrival. The (wo men bad  diligently searched the luxurious apartment and after that every room In the  house, aud now they stood silently regarding the only clow at hand.  The slender, blood stained dagger.  "What data have you concerning the  Fliekinger and tho Benson cases?" ask-  ea sioiiiT.  ^ Birch  referred to  his- memorandum  book.  "The most important Is that I learned that foiiy men who had been  discharged by the railroad company  had threatened harm to Mr. Fllckin-  ger and his secretary. I could find no  trace of these men." It was said that  one of then) was really a tilled_foreigner down on his luck, that be Jiad passed through a 11.the phases of good and  bad rortune and lid had failed to make'  good."  "I guess he's, tho man we're after���������"  said Sloan.   "What name?"  ,*'Y"n RenJJdi'b."  "You've sonrched every room in the  house, Birch V  ;    "Yes, and had a man lo take records'  ' of all linger prints.   1 say every room  in the house.    There's one place I've  I been through, and I've ii notion to go  i there again.   Come, with me."  j    Sloan   Collowcd   Birch   through   the  , hall"and up a. flight.of stairs to the  third floor,  where there were several^  ^bedchambers and..a billiard  room un-'  der tbe, mansard .roof.    From-the pas-  ��������� sage a'door led into an open attic that  ran across the back of the bouse.   A  - window "at  the  back  overlooked  the  .wing containing the servants' quarters,  ��������� and overhead was a trapdoor leading  to the,roof.    A.narrow ladder led to  j the trapdoor.- \ ���������   ] .  ! '   From the doorway where they, stood  they could see that the dust of the  floor,was untraeked near tlie" window,  and any hope that the murderer might  i have gained the roof of the wing and  i entered the house .by , the attic window  iWas at onco'dispelled. '-  Suddenly Birch touched his chief's arm.  "Look there, sir!" he whispered. '  Sloan bent his keen eyes to thc floor  find saw tbe trace of footprints In the  dust Some one had passed from the  ladder to the passageway and gone  back again. Instantly Birch had made-  a detour so as not to disturb the telltale marks with his own boots and ho  ,was up the ladder and was lifting the  trapdoor.  "Unfastened, sir," he reported; "evidently pried up from the roof���������IoqIj  broken."  He passed up on to the roof, and  Sloan followed..  ���������The large expanse of lint, tinned roof  was surrounded by it fanciful iron railing.. In one place 1 ������e railing bad disappeared. There was a gap of perhaps fifteen feet- Birch crept to the  edge of the roof and peered over.  "Funny thing." be commented; "that'  iron railing is down on (bo ground  there���������looks as though it had recently  fallen. Let's have Blunt up here." ne  fetched the valet, r.nd the two detectives pointed out the broken railing to  tho astonished servant.  "But. sir." he protested. "I am sure  It was not broken yesterday, because  the gardener would have removed it.  He cut the grass yesterday aud cleaned  up the yard thoroughly. You see! it  has fallen directly underneath the library windows, and some of it sticks  ��������� right up In the turf."  "You heard no sound in the 'night;  you are sure?"  "I am sure, sir. I sK-cp in .the wing  yonder, and at the head of my bed 'is  a bell that coune<ts with Mr. Hin-  inan^S'room. One of the servants in  tbe house next door was eouiihg home  from a party < ery lute last night or  early this morning, and she .'declares  she saw a nig blackbird hovering over  this house. She Is very superstitious,  sir. and I suppose she's imagined that  since hearing of the murder *'  "Very likely." said Sloan in a peculiar tone, and his eyes met those of his  young assistant wjtll a significant  glance. "Thank*you, Blunt. That will  do for tho present." -  When the valet ��������� had disappeared  down the trapdoor Birch dropped to  his knees and made a searching examination'of thereof. In the slight  layer of dust .some clew might be  . found.  "It's here, sir:'���������be looked up with a  smiling face���������"the tracks' of the 'big  blackbird.' And the discovery reveals  how the otfier two murders were committed." .  Sloan knelt down beside him and  watched the movement of Birch's* lingers as he pointed out the tracks made  by the 'rubber,"tired landing wheels of  an aeroplane.-When the machine had  made its departure it had carried away  fifteen feet .of the onjmcutal railing  from tl\p roof.  '������������������Find a foreigner who answers to  the description of Van Benjidek. If  he Is a skilled aviator he's your mau,"  was Sloan's decision.  . "You remember that the residence of  Mr. Fliekinger is of this same type-  flat roof1', and so forth?" questioned  Bircb as they returned to the office.  "I remember, and I also recollect  that Thomas Benson lived at the Hotel  Batwell. a'nd "liis room was in the annex, a flat roofed wing.  Once In the office Sloan picked up  the afternoon edition of a New York  newspaper. Suddenly he uttered a  sharp exclamutlon and pointed to a  glaring headline on the front page.  " "You won't have to look any further,  Birch! Your man's found and lost-*  gone to his reward!   Listen to this:  "'Another daring aviator met death  early this morning In some unknown  manner. , Rudoir Benjidek. well known  as a fearless flier, was found crushed  to death under the body of his heavy  aeroplane on the grounds of the Broad-  brook Country club It is not known  at what moment or under whafcircum-  stances Benjidek met his death", but it  Is supposed that he was trying  BOTH WERE DRAMATIC.  A   Story  of   Frederick tho   Great  and  One of  Hi6 Officers.  Frederick   the  G������������t  had a  strong  sense' of the dramatic.   So had n cer-  out tha,- tain lieutenant colonel in the Prussian  EVENING COIFFURE.  The   Smartest   Thing  Out    For   thc    Opera.  big machine which he recently purchased. An investigation is being  made into tlie matter.' "     . ,  "Robert Birch had arisen and was buttoning his coat.  "I'll be there at that investigation,"  he sajd grimly. *  Two days afterward he returned to  the office with a chain of evidence that  left no doubt that the unlucky aviator  had been the murderer of tho threa  men, whom ho believed had worked  him harm. The shoes lie had worn corresponded in every detail with the footprints found-In the attic of the Din-  man house, and In his pockets'"were  found not only Mr. Hinman's jewelry,  but diamonds that were afterward  identified as the property of James  Fliekinger.  There was nothing left to do in the  matter. Retribution had overtaken the  murderer before he could make use ot  his guilty gains. The "big blackbird"  bad proved a bird of evil omen to him.  India's Minerals.  The growing importance ��������� of the  mineral industry of India is explained in the annual report of the director -^f the Geological Survey of India for 1912, which | has just been  issued.'  Tbe aggregate value of the mineral production of India in 1912 reached the"* large total of 545,302,422,  which represents an Increase of $6,-  513,945 "over the figures 'of the preceding twelve months.  Coal is b;' far the most 'important  mineral product of India. The value  of the output of the coal fields In  1912 reached a total of ������16,088,374,'  which represents an advance of over'  thirty-two per cent. The aggregate  output amounted to nearly 14,750,-  000 tons, which was almost .sixteen  per cent, more than the total of the  previous year, and nearly 2,000,000  tons in advance of the output of the.  boom year, 1908, when the figure  exceeded 12,750,000 tors, and the  average price at the pit's mouth advance to^$1.20.  Gold ��������� comes next to coal in the  mining industries of India, and at a  time when some of the gold fields  of the world ' report a diminishing  output it is interesting to note m  India an advance of $163,602, or one  and five-tenths per cent, in the production of.,the Indian . mines. Tho  advance is not Very large, but tho  aggregate yield of the fields reached  the total of $11,040,977.  army. Accordingly there Is plenty of  "plot" in tho following story:  The officer, who bad been discharged  at the close of the Seven Years' war,  Importuned the king to be reinstated.  Weary of the incessant solicitations of  bis troublesome visitor, Frederick nt  last gave oiders that he should-never  be admitted to'his presence.  Some weeks later a moot bitter, libel  against liis majesty appeared. Fred-  crick seldom gav^ himself any concern  about such pasquinades, but thc present one exasperated him soWicb that  he offered a reward of 53 fiiedrichs ot  gold for the discovery of the author.  Tho day following the disgraced  lieutenant colonel demanded and obtained an audience.    '  "Sire," he began, on being admitted;  "your majesty has just promised 50  fiiedrichs for. the discovery of the author of a recent publication. I am  come to claim tbe recompense. Behold  In me the unfortunate libelor. My fife  I forfeit freely, but remember your  royal pledge and, whlleyou punish me,  send to my poor wife' and children the  rewaro. due to the informer."  The king, although struck with the  sad extremity and M>lf sacrifice" of the  officer, said sternly:  "Go Instantly to the fortress of Span-  dau and there await my judgment."  "1 obey," said the culprit; "but tha  money ?'V  "Within two hours your wife shall  receive it," said the king. "Take this  letter and give; it to the commandant,  but he must not open It until after dinner."  The lieutenant colonel arrived at  Spandau and gave himself up as a  prisoner. At the prescribed moment;  tho comiiinudaut opened the royal mandate.   It ran:  To tlie bearer I fflve the command ol  Spandau. 1 shall bo with him' In a fevj  days. Tho present Kovernor Is to taks  the command of Berll as a reward rol  past services. rKEDERICK.  ���������Youth's Companion.  Actor  Who  Wants  to  Farm.  Mr. Godfrey Tearle, the xpung  romantic actor, who has made yet  another step forward  with   his  per-  DISEASE GERMS STICK.  Hence It Is Almost Impossible to Hav������  Really Qlean Hands.    *  That the slovenly Habits or ill health  of "the cooks and waiters who serve us  in dining cars, hotels, restaurants and  our own homes may be an even greater menace to our health than defective  plumbing is the fact brought out by  some interesting' investigations made  by Surgeon Cummins of the British  army.  It used to-,ie thought that if our servants' hands���������and our,own���������were wnsh-  FOIRHT MA'.ITLE AND HEADDRESS.  The evening coiffure Is not considered complete or smart this winter unless ornamented with an algret or  .fancy mount of some kind. Tbe higher  tho better Iw the slogan In some In-  ' stances, while the other extreme Id  reached In the low Greek fillet ��������� and  Juliet cap of pearls.  Toiret. that fantastic designer of women's appnrd, is nothinpfif not bizarre,  and his latent conception for evening  wear Is to bo found In the mantle and  headdress pictured.  The mantle was Inspired by the royal robes worn by tho doges of Venice.  Tho wrap Is of red velvet, with stole  and sleeves of spotless ermine. Th*  truly remarkable headdress Is of pearls^  formance    of    Valentine Brown     in- ed with reucono   e frequency we were  "Quality Street," is not by any  means infatuated by the glamour of  the stage. Despite, his exceptional  success, he said to a friend lately:  "If I had my own way I should live  always In the country. I should take  a farm-house and go in for^agricul-  ture."  It is a curious commentary on human nature that most successful.men  imagine that they would like to have  followed careers other than their  own. .'Sir Charle3 Mathews wanted  to be an actor. Mr. H. B. Irving  wanted to be a barrister, and was  called to the Bar. Mr. Lloyd George  once had an ambition for the spiritual ministry rather than the political one. Miss Eva Moore wanted to  be a teacher of physical culture' to  girls. Mr. Winston Churchill, Hko  the.Kaiser, has always, bad varied  ambitions.���������London Daily Mirror.  Mistook Their Purpose.  Mr. J. L. Toole, the great comedian, had a great antipathy to street  music of any kind. About this there  Is a story told of him. Tho waits,  one Christmas evening, played under  his windows, greatly to his annoyance, and on Boxing Day they paid  him a visit.  "We played under your window  last night," said the spokesman of  the party, when' they were shown  Into his presence.   . "  "Well, and what do you want?"  quoth the comedian.  "We've come for our little gratuity."  "Come for a gratuity, have you?"  exclaimed Mr. Toole. "Bless me! I  thought you bad come to apologize!"  Famous Christmas Trees.  The biggest private Christmas  tree ever seen In Britain was one  which the Duke of Norfolk had cut  from his own estate and conveyed/  with much trouble to Arundel Castle. . It stood 70 feet hiph, weighed  nearly four tons, and bore on its  branches presents to the value of  ������4,500.  The Christmas tree which Queen  Victoria gave soon after her marriage to the Prince Consort was 40  feet high, and its crop of gifts was  valued at. something like ������9,000.  Ready-Made Farms In Demand.  The "ready-made farm" idea,  which has been in force for a short  time by th' New Brunswick Government, is showing satisfactory results  from every standpoint. Over one hundred and thirty farms have been disposed of lo a tual settlers.  safe, but Dr. Cummins rhows that even  the most scrupulous cleansing will not  relieve bands tint have been in contact  with disease germs from the liability  of infecting others, in short. Dr. Cummins declares that so long as we live  In this world of dirt and niicrobesNOiir  b:inds can never be really clean.  To prove his con trillion Dr. Cum lins  dTpped the tip of bis forefinger in a  liquid containing millions of typhoid  bacilli The linger, was next rinsed In  an antiseptic solution, then in very  cold water and then hi ���������vjiUr that wna  almost boiling. After all this cleansing  it was washed In a small quantity of  Bterilo water This water when analyzed showed no less than 313 colonies  of typhoid '.l.icilli.  Not satisfied with this discouraging  proof of the futility of clean hands, tho  doctor proceeded to soak his infected  Gnger tip in pure alcohol. Their he  washed it again in sterile water. T! Is  time the analysis of the water revec .d  four colonies of typhoid bacilli.  Another experiment made by Dr.  Cummins was to rest n typhoid laden  linger tip for just an instant on the  surface-of a bowl of soup. The soup '  wo" then allowed to stand fur twuiity-  four hours. When finally.analyzed It  revealed nearly 40.000 typhoid bacilli to  every cuhlc inch.���������New  York  Amerl- !  can.      . j  ~~"~" ~~~ i  Getting  Ahead of Father.  "Pardon me, Mr. Brnssey, but It la ;  11:30, and I am obliged to say good ,  night" ���������        |  "You consider 11:30 a lute hour?"      ;  "It Isn't that so much, but father is  lying nwnke upstairs trying to think  of funny things to say about you���������Hko  'Why didn't you ask him to stay to  breakfast or bring in tho milk or  sweep off the porch?' and I'm not going to glv'i him any such opportunity.  Good night"���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  What She Wanted.  Library Attendant���������A foreign looking woman came In today and asked  for "Cottage Cheese." Friend���������Ha!  Did she tliiiik the library was a grocery store? L. A.���������No: after some  questioning I found out thnt she wanted "Scottish Chiefs."-Bostou Transcript.         ���������   Jprrrifeftrd}-:.  Austria was tho first country to  adopt the system of poHtcards. This  was In the vear 18fi9,  An Easily Made Maternity Gown  A maternity gown which Is rnpldljj  coming Into fnvor because It Is easily;  mndo as well as becoming and grace*  , ful Is copied from tho Babiinl robe. If  the material chosen for tbe garment la  very wide the gown muy be cut In two  pieces so thnt the seams shall join under each arm and up each sleeve as (at  as tho shoulders where thc edges button or book over from front to back  after the garment has been drawn oa  over the head.  Crape���������silk or cotton���������is an excellent  material for the Bnbanl maternity  gown, as It Is usually very wide and  cuts to tbe very best advantage. Moreover, tho fabric lends Itself readily to  stenciling, and-the.ro are Innumerable  charming designs which,may be,produced as a bordering for n skirt, the  loose sleeves and the rounded out neck  of the robe., Gold on blue, rose, green,  brown or gray rankes* mi effective bordering, nnd silver le- lovely on black,  nmhogrtiiy, fiame. maize or mauve,  Tho Babiinl does not literally drug  upon the floor, but when tho model Is  used for a matendty gown It Is nlwuya  better to have It long enough to entirely cover the feut, as otherwise It will  lend Its wearer an awkward nppuur>  nuco.  Pure White Bedspreado Fashionable  After nt,l there aro no bedspreads  daintier than tho pure white ones he-  loved by the old fashioned housekeeper. Thnt���������to quote our grandmother���������������  "uo matter how old* they ulwiiys look ���������  like new when freshly dono tip" la  equally true of the wlilto bedspreads to '  which young fashioned hoimekeepera  ore now pinning their faith. The most  expenslvo sort of whllo washnbio  spread is of satin finish linen dcinimk,  finished nboi't tho edges with embroidered wide scallops or deep points, above  which Is a vino in finest band embroidery.  Then there are tho cotton poplins���������  firm nud siibKlnntlnl of weave���������that  may bo finished find decorated slinllur*  Jy to tho diininsk spreads, nnd 'no cotton crepes ' thnt tiro love'/ whon  trimmed with blenched cltiny ertgliiff.  Enduring. If carefully linndlcd. nre the  Swiss of St.i On tl muslins edged with  either cluny or viilencIenncM, but \t  tho white ltuinderublo spread immt  needs bo very Inexpensive n runlljR  dnlnty otio muy bo iiiurto of Bcrlm,  bordered with an a Jour hoadud \vJ<t������  horn, ������..������..n..M'^.������...>^....^<E..nw������^r<^y^/^.r������fl������ri-^7������^^^  i,     <  1 L'  .7 "-'���������'  1      E     K  ���������1 ������.l  tl   i   .-  !;11  ,1   j  $ i ;-������������������  *��������� i .*  ;��������� ������  I   1     i   rJ^  I y's.     ;   Ot  id  i-s>'  l>' ! "!  Hi J  t        \  I - i i   ,i  ��������� ' i y.  h.i'  Sit  ������������������!'  V  'M A  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C:  Coroner's Jury in. Jones In-  ��������� quest Bring in a Verdict  " ofAccidentaTDeath  The inquest to inquire into the  death of the late J. E. Jones was  held in the 6pera house on Monday.  Nearly "the ��������� entire day was con-  snmed "jn taking evidence. The  jury brought" in a .verdict -of accidental death, caused by the taking  of an overdose of morphine and atropine. " The remains were b.uried on  Tuesday. -    "  -   'The funeral of the  Mrs.  Isabella  Beatrice Brown was held last Saturday from Holy Trinity church, the  service being" conducted' by RevV  Henry Steele and Rev. P. C. Hay-  man. The Knights of Pythias and  Pythian Sisters attended, the deceased having been a member of  the latter order. A large number  of citizens were also present.  About eighty members of the  orders of Knights of Pythias  and Pythian Sisters attended divine  service in the Empress theatre Sunday morning in commemoration of  the founding of the former order.  The service was conducted by Rev.  P. C. Hay.nian, the singing being  led by the Christ church choir.,  \V; 0. McGregor, left wing of ^ the  local hockey team, who"was arres-ted  at Phoenix last Friday night after  the hockey match for" having  com  mitted an assault on, Sayers, of the  Phoenix feam, by hitting him over  the head with a hockey stick, was  given a hearing in Phoenix on Mon:  day before'Police.Magistrate Mulligan. McGregor pleaded guilty after  hearing the charge,"and the magistrate imposed a fine of $20 and  costs or thirty days in the Nelson  jail.    The fine was paid.  The boiler and other machinery  are' being installed in the Grand  Forks canning factory this week.  The factory,._will soon be advanced  sufficiently to demonstrate "that it  can can.  HANSEN & CO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  tl Gait G  OSi   ftow  " Office!  F. Downey's Cigar Sture  TntF-PHONKs; ���������    . _.     ���������  office, R66 ���������oo First Street  Hansen's Residence. R38'  ��������� bi rfOyiNdU!  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETR1EJS 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  tvt u������~*,\^i and  do all  kinds  of  -    New Harn ess harness repairing Air  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  ���������  A. A. Frechette  Yes, We Are  Stock-Taking  Look Our for  gains  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  ..Everything to Eat and Wear  - The firsfspan'of the New C.P.R.-  steel bridge across the Kettle river  in the West end is now nearly completed.   v~-  1  For Sale���������Good tarrn'marcweight  1100 lbs.; good free worker, single  or double. For price and terms'  apply to Thos." Funkley, Ruckle  addition.    ��������� -   .  ��������� Febauary showers bring.muddy  roads and streets. This is a parody  on April showers.  ��������� ���������"  -The indications are that the  quince crop in the Kettle valley  will be heavy enough next summer  to warrant an enlargement "of the  canning factory.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaw returned on Monday from a week's  visit to Victoria.  -    We have a complete line of Rugs in  room sizes in - -       '  1  Velvets,   Axminsters, Wiltons and  Tapestrys *'   ';.-.'/  '    in new and striking   designs.    We  carry the largest stock in the, Boun-  dary, and invite, your inspection bf.r  the same. . -  ,  -      Our line 6l Small Rugs' Door Mats, " ;;  Stair Carpets,~etc., is large and com-;.,    -  -   . ���������   pleie. ���������    >���������.--���������. .> -   v     '���������" - ���������    -���������--*.  Give. Us a Call  MILLER  Assurance Against Fire Blight  Cut out all cankeredrlimbs whether the cankers are,''hold over" or  not. They will run in the spring  whatever kind these cankers may  be, and the results are disastrous. .  When the leaves are off the trees  the cankers Bre most . readily seen.  Win ter' patrols are therefore advisable.  Burn   all   blight   in   sight and at  sight.  Do riot scalp any limbs except the  very large ones and the trunk. In  nine cases out of ten such a tree  must eventually come out.  Do not forget to disinfect all cuts,  wounds, scalps and "hoof r^nk^rs"  with nrif" part of corrosive sublimate  to one thousand part* of water.  Late infection results from neglect  of thi������ precaution.  Rigid obedience to the nil*" result'! in complete annihilation of the  lire Miifl't. *  Continual neyleet je������n!fs    in pi-ni  iil������-re annihilati'ni of all   the   api>K  p.'ar;    H.[id    quince       trees      in    ill-'  orchard.���������Summerland Rveiew.  MEAT MARKET  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  fresh and "Salt "Meats, Poultry always on hand,   _.  f Highest market price paid for live stock. ^  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous attention.  WANTED���������Man who understands  market-gardening, dairy cows, arid  general farming,, "to work on ranch.  Single man preferred. For" particulars apply to P. O. Box 200.  Arrnson the shoe man has removed  to his new-' stand, corner -Bridge and  Fourth at eets, " -       _.  EARN $15 weekly at home evenings,  mailing catalogues for large Canadian Mail Order House. ' Representatives- wanted wanted- in all cities,  towns and country." - National Supply  Co, Windsor, Ont.  Highest   cash prices paid for old*  Stoves and Ranges. -Si. C. Peckham,  Second-hand Store.  An Orange lodge   will   be   organ  ized in Greenwood. , " ���������  The Sun only cu*ts Si a year.     It  prints all the news.  10 CENT "CASGAP-ETS"  IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  For  Sick   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  Sluggish Liver and Bowels���������They  ' work while you sleep.  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS     '  GASES OS INDIGESTION  Each "Pape's'Diapepsin" digests 3000  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.   .   -  Time it! In Gve mimitos all stomach distress vill go. No li.Iisection,  bearU-urn, sourness cr belching oi  gas, acll, or eructations of uidigestcl  food, no dizziness, bloating, foul  breath or headache.  Papp's Diapenain is noted for its  tsneed in regulating upset stomachs.  It is the surost, quickest stomach remedy It the whole world and besides it  is "harmless. Put an end to stomach  trouble forever by getting a large  fftv-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin  from a^y drug store. You realize in  Qve minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any  riomach disorder. It's the quickest,  -sures' ~and most harmless stomact  -loctor m tbe world.  IT WILL MAKE  YOU  HAPP1  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.  ���������iThis is tbe only pile remedy that  -we can guarantee and we know ypu  -will thank us for telling you about it.  We have tbe exclusive agency.-  WOODLAND  k QUINN.  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Woodland   &    Quinn,  1 druggists, state that this simple remedy draws off such a surprising amount  of old foul matter from the body that  jA   SINGLE   DOSE    relieves   sour  I stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation INSTANTLY.  The majority of cases of sickness are caused  by unsanitary plumbing. Avoid this risk by  having your plumbing work  done  by  J. Fi KRAUS  Heating and Sanitary Engineer  PHONE 130        GAW BLOCK, WINNIPEG AVE  A SPECIALIST WHO CURBS  Many so-called specialists make  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures. My record of  16 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 cuje is possible.^  No man can afford to consult  any but the best in regard to his  phyaieal welfare. Life and hap  piness depend on good health. 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