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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Jan 16, 1914

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 BBHBBRHBBBDH  """"imilMilllllllll imillllllH  %  L#  Kettle Valley OrcKardist  THIRTEENTH YEAR���������No. 12  ^S^5������s,B. C:, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  In: the  Mayoralty Contest  Gaw Wins by a Majority  of Twelve  The New Council Is Considered to Be Exceptional-;.,  ly Strong.  The civic elections passed off very  quietly yesterday. ��������� The weather re  sembled that of a balmy spring day,  and a heavy vote was polled, two  or three automobiles being kept  constantly on the run hauling the  electors to the polling place. The  cindidates were numerous, and  nearly all of them were engaged in  strenuous campaign work- all day.  Some labored .quite effectively.  Jn the mayoralty race Robert  Gaw won by a majority of 12. The  vote was:.  Robert Gaw   189  G. M. Fripp   177  , In the East ward the aldermen  elected were W. K.. C. Manly, Wm.  Bonthron and E. C. Henniger. The  vote.follows;-; >���������������������������������������������     --���������������������������-. . ' -/"'" ���������  Wm. Bonthron .-  133  ^W. K. C, Manly. -  I'26  E. {.). Henniger.     8^  Geo. McCabe: ......: ���������'.������������������    7^  - H. A. Sheads     ob  The surprise in the West ward  was the defeat of Aid. Woodland.  , ��������� The successful candidates were  Chas.; Bickerton, Neil McCallum  and John Donaldson, the vote being:  Charles Bickerton  124  Neil McCallum   1V]  John Donaldson     96  F. Miller       ������������  H. E. Woodland     69  W. E. Hadden     37  The cannery bylaw was carried  by the narrow majority of one vote,  194 votes being cast for and 117  against it.  When the result of the voting was  announced the supporters of the  successful candidates indulged in an  enthusiastic demonstration, n which  the citizens then down town joined.  The first meeting of the new council will be held in the council chamber next Monday night.  kins and (i, A. Rendell are the new-  aldermen,-there being .no change in  the balance of the council. H. Mc-  Cutcheon and A. -P. H. Meyer are  the new school trustees. The entire  ticket'"was elected by acclamation. .  METEOROLOGICAL  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past- week,-as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  ���������     Min.     Mao;.  Jan.   9-Friday  20 27  10���������Saturday   ....   18 ao  'li���������Sunday,  33 39  12���������Monday  24 ������������������������������  13���������Tuesday  29 it  ���������    14_ Wednesday .. 26 34  15 -Thursday  34 37  Inches  Snowfall ���������  ������-li  rUMW  First Meeting.of the Board  vVas  Held   Tuesday-  Evening  Addresses Are Made by the  Chairman and Members-  Elect  Thursday, February 12, at 8   p.m.,  at the high school.  The Sunday school teacher training class will meet on Tuesday evening, from 7 to 8 o'clock, in the Baptist church, in order to attend the  8 o'clock illustrated address arranged for that evening..  Ed L'Heureux, formerly of this  city, died in Seattle last week from  cancer of the stomach.  soi ai mi  Messrs. Armstrong, Schnitter  and Broad Give a Smoker  to Their Friends  BURNS' ANNIVERSARY  Arrangements for the Banquet Have Been Completed    -   ..  The" banquet which will be held  in the Davis hall to celebrate Barns'  anniversary gives promise' of being  a great success. Every effort is being -. made' by the' committee, 'in  charge to have the affair resemble,  as near as possible, those historic  feasts for which the occasion is so  famous, and which do much to  keep the sons of the kilts and the  heather in close touch with the  fatherland.  No invitations are being issued,  and all whecan enjoy a night with  Burns will be given a cordial welcome. The bagpipes, the haggis and  heather, together with Highland  flings, hornpipes and sword dainces,  songs, speeches and recitations will  form part of the elaborate program.  The banquet tables will be spread  in tumptuous style with all that is  necessary to feed and cheer the  company who will gather that evening to honor the memory of Scotland's   bard.  There was little excitement over  the municipal election in Greenwood last Monday;   Thomas   Jen-  "The Social^ World in the Time of  Christ" is the'subject of an illustrated address by W. E. Chandler  Tuesday at 8 pm.. January 20,  under the a us-pices of the Young  Ladies' Phiiathea Bible ci.uh, in the  Baptist church. An invitation is extended to all Sunday school teachers and other Bible students.  Dairy Importations  From statistics compiled by the Grand Forks Board of Trades it  appears that the dairying industry in British Columbia is very much in  need.of being developed. The following are the importations into the  province of dairy products duf,ing-l9ll and 1912:       ..-.  Home production��������� ���������  , 1912  -1911-  Qnantity.  Butter, lbs.....  1,500,000  Cheese���������No returns.  Milk.... ..' 7,960,000  Value.  8630,000  Quantity..  2,462,655  2,3S8,000      10,985,000      3,295,000  83,018,000  Imported from Canadian provinces���������  lUuter, lbs 3,980,000    s #796 000  Cheese'  3,343,683    x    501,o49  Milk   .VZ.''.'..    840,000 252,000  $1,549,549  Imported from points outside Canada-  Butter, lbs .......:....3,090,000   ���������   -8018,000.'  Cheese    375,194 79,435  Milk 1,250,000 375,500  81,072,435  3,050,865  3,032,694  730,600  1,486,825  233,838  65,213  The first meeting of the ye<ir of  the Gnuid Forks school hoard was  held Tuesday night, at the high  school at 8 o'clock, at which the  new members, T. A. Mclntyre,  Frank Latham and Geo. H. Hull,  took their seats.  J. A. McCallum was elcctfH chairman of the new board and G. H.  Hull secretary. It was decided to  hold the meetings in future on - the  second Thursday of each month, at  8 p.m., in the high school building,  instead of the second Tuesday, as  has-been the- practice, heretofore.  In retiring from tbe-board, Chairman Donaldson addressed the meeting   regarding   the   work   that had  been accomplished in the  past, also  of   the   harmonious   relations  that  hadexioted between himself and the  different members of the board.  He  congratulated the trustees  on  their  choice "of   Mr.   McCallum  for the  chairmanship,   and   expressed   the  conviction that under  his  guidance  the board would   continue   to have  the   confidence   and   respect of the  citizens in the various matters  that  came before it.  The newly elected chairman, on  taking the chair, spoke of the growing importance of the schools and  the work of the trustees in connection with them; also of the various  matters that arise from time to time  regarding the management of the  schools. He stated that he felt sure  that the members of the board were  representative of the different sections of the school district, and that  the ratepayers might feel that any  question brought to the attention of  the trustees in the interest of the  schools would rf-c-ive the full st  and freest discussion and consideration by them.  The newly elected members, on  the invitation of the chairman,, addressed the meeting, expressing a  senBe of; their responsibility and a  determination to have the schools  and'their work not only a credit to  the community, but.that they shall  compare favorably with the best in  the province.  A number of routine matters being disposed of, and the monthly,  accounts passed, the board proceeded to award the contract for the  year's supply of wood. The.following tenders were received: A. E.  Hales, $4.40; J. W. Shaw, $5.00;  G. F. Transfer Co,, $4.45; Johnson  & Manly. $4.65; M. W. Elliott,  84.75; James Harris, 84.75; Nicolas  Plotnicolof, ������4.00; Fred Petersen,  84.70; John Jacobs, S5.00. The  contract was awarded to A. E.  Hales at 84.40 per cord.  Tbe chairman requested . the  trustees to have their estimates of  the required expenditure for 1914  ready by the next meeting.         The   board   then   adjourned    to  '#394,260  meet  next   in   regular [meeting on  Nearly the entire Sun force has  been suffering from an attack of the  grip during the past two weeks, and  some difficulty has consequently  been experienced in keeping the  up to its standard.  An Evening of Music, Anecdotes and Oratorical  Aviations  mm w punt  Hidden Creek.Smelter Will  Commence Operations  February ll'  Reports received at the local   offices of the Granby  eompany   from  W.'A. Williams, superintendent   in  charge   of   construction   at Hidden  Creek,   state   that   the   entire  mechanical  equipment, including  the  smelter, hydro-electric powej plant,  machine shops and railway system,  is completed and will begin operating January 15.    It will require not  less than two weeks.to get  the machinery adjusted, and   Superintendent Williams predicts that   permanent operations will not be inaugurated until February 1.  J  wnr ro  v  Trains Will   Run Over the  Line to the Coast Next  Autumn  Valuue  #985,462  84,280,462  8610,175  613,548  v366,300  #1,589,021  8344,735  42,158  ���������7,367  J. J. Warren, president of the  Kettle Valley railway, in the course  of an interview in Penticton last  week, stated that the contractors  expect to be able to inaugurate a  coast service via Merritt and Spences  Bridge late in 1914, and that the  short line via"~Hope will be ready  for operation the year following.  A fifteen-mile section of track will  be laid east of Penticton this month,  leaving a gap of less than thirty:five  miles to be linked up between Penticton and Midway. West of Penticton the 40-mile portion to Osprey  lake is entirely completed. The contract for the section west of Ospaey  lake to-Otter summit, 105 miles dis  tant from- Penticton, isexpected to  be let at an early date, and will be  rushed" to completion in order to  have it ready to afford the connecting links by the autumn. From Otter summit, 30 miles to Merritt, the  southern terminus of the Nicola  branch of the C.P.R. from Spence's  Bridge, the Kettle Valley railway  has its line already in operation.  Meteorologically speaking, the  past week has been shifted from the  middle of April to the middle of  January.  ��������� Mrs. W. A. Williams,, who has  been spending the past two months  with her, husband at Hidden Creek,  returned home this week.  ' Last  Saturday   night   wm   plav  time for a  large percentage   of   th������  male population of the city and volley.    W. F. Armstrong, manager of  tbe Big Y ranch, and August Schnit  ter   and   H. F. Broad  had  invited  their numerous friends to a smoker,  which  was   held  at  the  Big Y on  that evening.    Every one who   had  received   an   invitation     attended.  Nearly   one   hundred   men,    from  twenty-one to eighty years  of  age,  were present.    Most of  the  ranches  and business houses were  represented.    Air were royally   entertained.  An .appetizing luncheon was served,  and there was anabundanceof cigars  and liquid refreshments.  When   the   guests   reached   the  smoking  period  of  the evening an  impromptu, rr0B.r?������L\.w_a!. .a"a"gfd  by Fred Lake, who acted" as "chairman. E Coy was elected to operate the 'piano. Mr. Varcoe sang  "The Flight of Ages" in an artistic  manner, and had to respond to a  couple of encores before he was allowed to resume bis seat. Mr, Mc-  Kenzie followed with "Golden  Devon," and he was also heartily  encored. E. F. Laws surprised  everyone presented with his powerful and well trained voice, and he  was wildly applauded and compelled to respond to an encore. E.  Harrison and H F. Broad rendered  several comic and sentimental duets,  for which they rewarded with much  applause. Harry Sheads, E. Coy,  W. T. Ross, W. F. Stewart and a .  number of others also added new  lustre to their fame as vocalists  In the recitative class W. B.  Cochrane and P. T. McCallum ran  neck and neck, with Mr. Rolaton a  close second. All the other entries  were distanced at the first quarter.  In the oratorical contest Eugene  Herrick and Dan McKinnon imagined they bad won first honors,  until The. Sun peeped out from  behind a cloud of smoke and  eclipsed both of them.  As &s a matter of fact, nearly  everybody in the house contributed  something to the program, but it is  impossible to remember all . the  names. The most Important item  to impress on the mind of the reader is, that every one present had a  good time. As a result, all went  away singing the praises of the hosts.  James McArdle returned on Saturday from a week's visit to Spokane.  James Rooke, president of the  Grand Forks Fruit Growers' association, left on Tuesday for Victoria,  where he will attend the annual  convention of the British Columbia  Fruit Growers' association, which  meets in that city on the 20th inst.  The session will probably last three  or four days. THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA1.  %vqr  STUDENTS FEEL PINCH.  A CUfilOUS FEE.  Pfg'ii   Cost  ot  Living  Hard  on   tbe  Poor College Man.  Tbe high cost of living is being fsSS  by students in Canadian universities  this winter, and is giving considerable concern to young men who are  getting an education on short allowance. .In Toronto the cry is going up  from the college men that everything  Is dearer.  Rooms that in old days went for  $1.50 now fetch $2.50 or $2.75 per  week. The -:aino pea soup and lamb  mint sauce that brought S2.60 par  week a year or two ago is now $3.25  or oven M-00. The economic pro-  - fessors explain and explain, but the  new prices 'stick.  These prices of $3.25 to $4.00 per  veek for board'are in many, cases prohibitive for students working their  way through college Take the theo-  logs in'Wycliffe. They work in the  Bummer preaching for ?25 a month  'find expenses. If they had .to pay $5 ,  or $6 a week for board and room ! nounced. The latter intimated that  they would be heavily involved before ! he had come to say good-bye to the  the end of their college days. The lawyer, as he purposed leaving the  authorities of Wycliffe have come to' country. He was profuse in hi3  the rescue by providing board and thanks for the service, that Murray  room for only ?4 a week and free .; had rendered him, and, as he was  tuition. I taking his leave, produced a some-  Othe'r-student3 have not such kind!   what bulky parcel and handed it to  authorities to look after them.   They     him,  The Barrister Might Have Sold  the  Bible Anyway. ���������, ,;,,������?  When the Dominion Coal Cq^'was  formed back in the early nineties a  j - number of coal operators in Cape Bre-  ! ton wore brought out. Among thenar  Was one man who was noted for his  strong religious convictions. During  the course of the negotiations he "secured the good offices of the present  Premier of Nova Scotia, Hon. G. H.  Murray, who, besides representing  Cape Breton in the Legislative Council, Avas also a member of the Government, to conduct the case for him.  Though the purchase of this man'G  property was riot necessary to the success of the deal, but Mr. Murray was  able to have it Included, and for it he  obtained what was undoubtedly an  excelled price.  After the deal was put through  Mr. Murray was sitting in his room  at the Halifax Hotel with a couple of  friends, when the mine-owner was an-  manage to. get.along^ by going into  the restaurant business themselves in  a small way. About 25 members  have been found a convenient number  for the scheme.   ���������  A woman is hired to cook for them  and furnish a room in lier home  where they can eat:- One of their  own number is appointed buyer and  he spends a part of every day down  town picking up job lots of victuals  at bargain rates. The board for the  whole bench need not amount to  more than $2.50 per week apiece and  it has often been done for less. There  are a great many of these clubs in  operation between Avenue road and  Yonge, above and below Eloor.  One thing that seems insurmountable is the rising price of rooms. One  used to get a half decent single room,  for as low as $1.50 a week. Now it  is a very plain room that can be had  for two dollars and if it faces the  north, the sun dees not enter from  one year's end to the other.. A double room with any kind of comfort  runs as high -,s ?4 or ?5 a week.  Students complain that private  houses are hardly ever well heated  and where there is a houseful of mixed boarders and only one bath complications are bound to arise. In the  University residences that is impossible. There are showers and. tuba  in plenty and heat- is supplied ad infinitum. The-price at <he University  for a room ranges from $2.50 to  $3.50. At Knox College it is about  $5 per week for board and room and  the same at McMaster.  W. J. Dilworth, the man appointed to control, the largest Indian-reserve in Canada, has entered upon  his duties at the Agency at Slide Cut,  Alta. Mr. Dilworth will have, flome  1,200 Indians under his care, besides  a dozen or more reserve officials who  do the actual work of superintending the several activities of the band.  The Bloods are a sub-band of the  Blackfoot tribe, the last to be subdued and induced to take treaty and  settle upon a reservation.  The new agent was born at Ethel,  Ont, in 1877, He lr a graduate of  Llstowel. Ont.. high szhstzL  The future Premier's friends were  naturally curious to know what was  in the parcel, which looked very  much like a thick wad of bank bills.  To gratify their curiosity he opened  It as soon as tho man was gone, and  to his astonishment unwrapped a  Bible. Ono of his friends promptly  picked it up, and taking it by tho  back, shook it vigorously to see if  by any chance paper notes might be  hidden among the leaves. But not  a single bill dropped out. The mine-  owner had confined his recognition of.  Mr. Murray's kindly offices on his behalf to the copy of the Scriptures,  with Matthew vi.( 19 and 20 marked.  The verses read: "Lay not up for  yourselves treasure upon earth,  where moth and rust doth corrupt,  and where .thieves break through and  steal; but lay up for yourselves  treasure in heaven, where neither  moth nor rust doth corrupt, and  where thieves do not break through  and steal."  Stone  Blind  Froudly he walked - up io Ills betrothed and drew from his pocket a  small morocco case. Opening it, he  took out a ring���������a single diamond���������  and placed.it on her tapering linger.  She looked at it.  It's 'very small; she said, and not  very brilliant,  either.  Poor ��������� fallow! His smilo vanished;  but quicifiy recovering himself, he  laughed and said:  Ah, sweetheart, but love is blind!  Raisiug her limpid eyes to his, she  said:  Yes, dear; .but not stone blind.  At the  i-ovles  Good joke on my mother-in-law; J  haven't stopped laughing yet! remarked the man at the club chatting over  the cards.  AVhat was it? Spring, it so that we  can laugh too, said his frieno, arranging his tn mps. t  Well, you.:-.now, my Wife's mother  lives out in the 'Country, and never  visits' the city. Also she Is getting  somewhat deaf. Wo took her to a  moving picturo ihoalro the other  night, and when.we .camo out she was  very silent. When we got home wo  asked her how she liked tho show.  Well, she said, I reckon them actors  did' their parts right enough; but I  must be- getting' awfully deaf. I  couldn't hear a Word they said. .   ,..  ������������qrap  Briggs���������You must have a lot of 'trouble keeping your wife dressed up In  tho height of style.  Griggs���������Yes, but it's nothing to tho  trouble I'd have if I didn't.  A  GOOD MEDICINE-  FOR THE BABY  Baby's Own Tablets are tho very  best medicine a mother can give her  little ones. They sweeten the stomach, regulate the bowels, break up  colds, promote healthful' sleep' ��������� in  fact they r-.re a cure for all minor ills  of little ones. The mother may feel  absolutely safo in giving them to her  children for they aro guaranteed by a  government analyst to bes'trictly free  from all injurious drugs. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents, a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co.. Broekville,  Ont.  They .were speaking of mixed conditions nlong various lines the other  night when a well-known baseball  magnate was romiuded of an incident  in a Gotham cafe.  Some time since, according to' the  story told by tho magnate,' a prosperous looking ��������� party rambled into the  cafe in question and ordered ��������� a substantial dinner.  When the layout finally'arrived the  diner gavo it a critical examination,  and then imperatively called tho Svait-  or.  Look here, waiter! ho exclaimodin  a large-sized voice, do you remember  what I ordered Just now?  Yes, sir. answered tho waiter, glancing from tho man to the hash layout,  you ordered'spring .chicken and '74  port, sir.  Exactly, responded the diner, in a  cold, cruel voice, and you have brought  mo spring port and '7-1 chicken.  Eczema for Three Years. Broke Out  on Head in Scales. Itched and  Burned Badly. Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Cured.  Cy  Warman's  New Story.  Cy Warman, Canadian by adoption, who railroads and writes novels,  has a brand new story. He applies it  to the troubles of a railroad system  with which Mr. Warman is emphatically not connected.  "The main fingers on this other  system," Baid he, "makes me think,  of the two Dutchmen."  The two Dutchmen, it appears, sat  by the roadside one day. A lean,  nervously active, excitable man leaped off the half hourly car before it  came to a full stop.  "Where���������where���������is the spaghetti  factory?" he gasped.  "They looked, at. each other, and  puffed and reflected. By-and-bye each  shook his head.  "We don't know where iss a spag-.  hetti factory," said they.  -"' The nervous man fled, bawling after the disappearing car. ' He failed  to catch it, and returned to crack his  finger joints and prance in front of  the stolid Dutchmen. The next car  came in its.dilatory course, and the  nervous man sprang on board. The  car started. Then the two Dutchmen  said: '  .    "Hey!"  The nervous man jumped off the  car, and ran back to them. The conductor gave the motorman two bells.  One of the Dutchmen fixed a calm  eye upon the nervous man.  "Did you "mean���������puff���������puff���������the  noodle factory?" he asked.  "Yes���������yes!" shouted the nervous  man. "The noodle factory! Quick!  Where is it?"  "We don't know that, cither," said  the Dutchmen.  Exchange no Robbery  Young Robinson had been kept  somewhat late at the office on Satin*  day. and so, without wasting v-i^abU-  .time getting a meal, he bought some  currant buns at a bakery p.nd set out  for the football match immediately  On his way back .-from the mate a  therefore, he returned to the bakerv  and made an indignant complaint, do  manding another bun in place of the  inhabited one. ^ .  I'm sorry, sir, said ihe saleswoman,  with a bewitching smile, but- that, I  am afraid, is impossible. However, if  you care to rpturn the fly. we shall be  only too glad to exchange it for a  currant.  Lyons Brook, N. S. ��������� "I suffered with  sczema for three years.   It started on ray  iiand3 first in sores between my fingers aud  all over the palms of my hand  aud fingers were big cracks.  Tbenit broke out on my head  in"   scales.    It   itched   and  burned so badly I could not  sleep.   It was bo itching and  burning that I scratched and  made sores and my hair came  out awfully bad.   1 did not  know what it was.  "1 -,vas treated for a long lime and it did  not do any. good. I gavo 113 my work foist, month but as soon as I started doing my  house-work again my hands got just as bad  as over.   I used two bottles of and  It did not do any good.- One day I read  about Cuticura Soap and 'Ointment and  decided lo try them. 1 sent for a sample  nnd I uncd them till I saw it stopped tho  Itching and burning, so I got thrco cakes of  Oulicura tioap and a box of Cuticura Ointment and that cured mo." (Signed) Mrs.  l\ J. McKearney. May 27. 1013.  Not only aro Cuticura Soap and Ointment  most valuable In the treatment of eczemas  and other di-stressing eruptions of skin nnd  rtcalp, but no other emollients do no much  for pimples, blackheads, rod, rough skins,  Jtchlng. sculy ncalps, dandruff, do-, thin and  falling hair, chapped hands and ahapclosa  Iialls, nor do it so economically, feold by  {Iruggistu and dcalors ovorywhero. For a  liberal froo Bamplo of each, with 82-p. book,  Hond vo3t-card to Potter Drug St Chein,  Corp., Pctnt. 0, Boston, V. S. A.  W. N. U. 979  '  A Costly Councillor.  In a certain New Brunswick county, where the members of the County  Council served without any sessional  fndemnity, Councillor B. was defeated  in a contest in the parish of C, and  at the next Bession the councillors  Toted themselves $3 per day.  In the next election Councillor B.  was returned for the parish of C.  by acclamation; and at the following  Bession it was proposed to Increase  the allowance to $5.  Councillor B. supported the resolution. He believed, he said, that his  services were worth $6 per day to the  electors of the parish of C, and that  If he had not thought bo he would  not have offered his aervlces.  "Mr. Warden," said a member who  was opposing the increase, "there is  nothing in that. Three years ago  Councillor B.' offered his services to  the electors of his parish for nothing,  and they rejected him,"  Herbert Cpcr.csi and the Puddles.  On no ono occasion was Herbert  Spencer knowr to ride when going to  a dinner, yet so carefully did ho  guard himself against, the chance ol  soiling his dress shoes thai he habitually carried a bundle of old newspapers under his arm. These were  Lr the.purP������3(2 of being dropped, one  bv one, into each mud puddle he  might encounter on crossing the  Btrect. By the tije he reached hia  destination the store ol papers wm  exhausted. Muddy ahoe3 on the ro-  tux.x walk did not matter to him in  the Lvasi.  For Asthma and Catarrh Ir. is one  of the chief recommendations of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectru Oil that it can be  used internally with as much success  as it can outwardly. Sufferers from  asthma and catarrh will find that the  Oil when used according to directions  will give immediate relief. Many  sufferers from these ailments have  found relief in the Oil aud have, sent  testimonials. . ' ;  Well, well, said Dr. Bigbill, as he  met a former patient on the street, I'm  glad to see you again.. Mr. Brown.  How are you this morning?  - First doctor, said Mr. Brown cautiously, does it cost anything .to telj  you? ���������   ;���������   :  ���������' .: '-"'" .���������.". "; ;���������-.'  An amusing scene was witnessed in  a Cincinnati machine shop recently on  the occasion of the retirement after a  service of thirty years, of a valued  and faithful employee. Iu considera-  lion cf his lonR and faithful service,  the conmany had arranged to give  him a monetary recognition, and it  Ml to the lot of the superintendent, a  German, to make the presentation  speech.   This is how he did it:  Gustave, you have vorked for dis  company over thirty years, yes?  A bow from tho expectant recipient  of thf purse.  Und you are going to quit, yes?  Another and lower bow.  Veil, Gustav, der company is so glad  of it dot I had beeu asked to hand"you  deso hundred dollars.   .    -  Minard's Liniment   Cures  ', Cows  Garget   in  Uncle Josh Windless and wife from  Posey county. Indiana, took a trip to  Chicago. They were walking up  State street, holding hands. After  they had butted their way through the  crowd for about six blocks. Josiah  said, Samanthy 1-Ilckins, - quit your  milling back, and.come on. She" said:  I will not go another step till - the  crowd gets by. After waiting for  ���������about two hours, Josiah said it was  the longest procession he ever saw.  Everj' day and the surprising  truth is that most cases are preventable' with timely, intelligent  treatment.  These appalling facts should want  us that after sickness, colds, overwork or any-other drains upon  strength, Scott's Emulsion should  be promptly and.regularly used because tubercular germs thrive only  in a weakened system.  The tested and proven value of  Scott's Emulsion is recognized by  the,greatest" specialists because its-  medical nourishment  assimilates  quickly ��������� to build   healthy . tissue;  aids in the -development of active, ,  life-sustaining   blood  corpuscles;"  strengthens the lungs and builds,  physical   force -without   reaction.  Scott's Emulsion is used in tuberculosis camps because of its rare  body-building, blood-making prop-  erties and because it contains no  alcohol   or   liabit-forming  drug.  Be sure to insist on Scott's.  ' Scott & BoTt-ne, Toronto, Ontario.  Domestic Economy  Father was of an economical turj  of mind, and hated extravagances with  all his heart. He r -.d since the earlier  days tried to instil ideas of a similar  nature into the brain of his small son  aged eight.  His grief was terriblo to eee when  ono day he came upon tho budding  economist stuffing himself with a  slice of bread generously covered with  a layer of butter which was surmount- ���������  ed by a young mountain of jam.  My boy, :aid he sadly, though severely, surely you, do not realize  what you are doing; yet you ought  by. now, to comprehend tho wicked extravagance of eating butter and ��������� jam  together. ��������� -*  Why,   I'm  being  most   economical,  father!   replied  the    young    hopeful.  Don't you  see that- I'm making-  the.  same slice of bread do for both?  WIFE WON  Husband Finally Convinced  Some people are wise enough to try  new foods and beverages and then generous enough to give others the benefit  of their experience. A wife writes:  "No slave in chains, it seemed to me,  was more helpless than I, a coffee can-  tive. Yet there were innumerable  warnings ��������� waking from a troubled  sleep .with a feeling of suffocation, at  times, dizzy-and out of breath, attacks  of palpitation of'-the heart tha't frightened me.  - (Tea is just as injurious as coffer  because it contains caffeine, tha same  .drug found in coffee).  "At last my nervous system was so  disarranged that my physician ordered  'no more coffee.'     I capitulated.  "Determined to give Postum a fa'-  trial, I prepared it according to directions on the pkg., obtaining a darl-  brown liquid with a rich snappy" flavour similar to coffee. When cream  and sugar were added, It war; not only  good but delicious. .  "Noting its beneficial effects in me  the rest of the family adopted it���������n1  except my husband, who, would not ad  mit that coffee hurt ��������� him. Sevcra'  weeks elapsed during which I dranl  Postum two > r threo times a dav  when, to my surprise, my husbau't1  said: "I have decided t> drink Postum  Your improvement is so apparent���������yov  have such fine color���������that I propose t'  give credit where credit iB due." Ant7  now we aro coffee-slavos no longer."  Namo given by   Canadian    Postir  Co.. Windsor, Ont.   Head "The Uoa-'  to Wellville," in plcgo.  Postum now comes in two forms:  Regular Postum���������must be boiled.  Instant Postum is a soluble powder  A teaspoonful dissolves quickly in p  cup of hot water and with cream am'  sugar, makeB a delicious beveruge Ir  stantly.   Grocers sell both kinds.  "There's a Roano" for Postum.  Well; my son. said a good-natured  father to an'eight-year-old son the other night, what have you done today  that may be set down as a good deed?  Gave a poor boy a "penny, replied  the hopeful.  Ah. ah, that was clfarity, and charity is always right. He was an orphan boy., was he?  I didn't stop to ask, replied the son.  I gave him "the money because he was  going to lick mo for upsetting his  school bag.  They soothe-Excited Nerves.���������Nervous' affections are usually attributable to defective digestion, as the  stomach dominates the nerve centres.  A course of Parmeloe's Vegetable Pills  will still all disturbances of this character, and by restoring the" stomach  to normal' action relieve tho nerves  from irritation. There is no' sedativo  like them and in tho correction of irregularities of the fiigo.tive processes,  no preparation has done so effective  work, as can be testified to by thousands.  A well-known violinist Is the father  of. two lovely and Intelligent children.  The other day he overheard a conversation between the two in which they  were trying to recall the first names  of all the great opera singers. What  is Cruso's first name? he heard the  younger ask. Don't; you linow? replied the other in a disgusted ,ton&  Why, it's.Robinson, of course!  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  They, tell me you've' lost your- hired  man." ' ���������" ,' . -���������.������������������  Yep: best farm hand I ever had.  Sho! What was.the matter?  Noth in' John's a German, you" know,  and these here Germans hev what they  ���������"all the wanderlUGt. - It's somet^'  thet keeps 'em movin' from one place  to t'other, an' don't let 'em stay long  anywheres." '   '   '  :  That's queer, ain't it?     How long  had John been with you?  Only -eleven  years.  > Punctured  The, attorney for the gas company  was making".. ;opv.lar address.  Think of the good the gas company  has done! he cried. If I were permitted a pun, I would say, in the  words of tlie immortal poet, Honor  the Light Brigade. ,      "   .  Voice of a consumer from the audience. Oh, what a charge they made.  and ate them all, answered Pat.  BS  State of Ohio, city.of Toledo,  Lucas County. ,    A  Frank.J. Cheney makes oath that h*  Is senior'partner of the firm of F. J.-'  Cheney & Co., doing business in the City  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that said .irm will pay tho sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each  and every case of Catarrh that cannot  bo cured by tho use. of. HALL'S  CATARRH.CURB.  frank j.  cheney:'  ��������������������������� Sworn to before me and subscribed  In my presence, tnis ^th day of December,   A.D.'   1SSG.  (Seal) A.  W.   GLEASON,   ���������  . Notary   Publlo ���������  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the bloodi  and mucous surfaces of the ��������� system.;  Send for testimonials, .free.  F.  J.  CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by all Druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's .: Family Pills for constipation.;  Wife��������� Wretch! Show me that letter!  Husband���������What letter?  Wife���������The ono in your baud. It's  from a woman. I can see by tha  writing, and you turned pale whem  you saw it.  Husband���������Yes.      Here   it  is.  your dressmaker's bill.  Its-  .A Hainan Match Factory.  The body contains phosphorus sufficient to make 483,000 matches. Phosphorus is one of fourteen elements composing^ body-divide^ among  tones flesh, nervous system and other organs. The perfect health of body  requires a perfect balance of the elements. These elements come from tho  food we eat���������the stomach extracts and distributes thcra.  But if stomach is deranged���������the balance of health Is destroyed and the  blood does not carry the proper elements to the different organs, and there  KSff^bL^^tSia^heart^lrouble, Pain is the hungry o-y^of  starved organs. Put the liver, stomach and organs of digestion and nutri-  lion into a condition of health.   That Is Just what is done by  ' pR. PIERCE'S  COLDBN   MEDICAL   DISCOVERY  which has been so favorably known for over 40 years. It is now put.up������ to  tablet form, as well as liquid and can be obtained of ������gtan������ dtatej  everywhere or by mail by sending 50 cents in lc stampu for trial DOS-*  address R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N.Y.  THE COMMON SENSE MEDICAL ADVISER  ' bound In cloth-treat*  Is k complete  ,Buttali7,N.Y.  ���������*  *'   'i  :~\ THE SUN, GRAND FORKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA  r*  MR PAINS IN BACK,  SIDE, AND CHEST  Suffered    for   . Weeks,    but    Finally  ���������   Found a Quick, Sure Relief  5URED QUICKLY BY "NERVILINE"  An Ingenuous Daughter  .- What is it your husband wants to  see mo about, Delia? asked Mr. Borough's father.  "Why, father, said Delia, I think he  wanted to borrow a couple of hundred  dollars from you, He's sp anxious  to get out of debt. "  Nc stronger proof of the wonderful  merit of Nerviline could be produced  ">aantlie letter of Miss Lucy Mosher,  '3-ho for years has, been a well-known  bfisident .of Windsor, N.S.  y -"I want to add my unsolicited test-  i&nony-'-'to the efficacy of .your wonder-  ��������� tful liniment, fNerviline.'' I consider  ft 'the.'-'best remedy for a cold, sore  ahrbat^-wheezing 'tightness in the  chest, -etc;, and can state that ��������� for  years-our home has never been without Nerviline. I had a dreadful at-  . tack of'-'cold, that settled on my' chest,  that- fourteen different remedies couldn't break up I rubbed on Nerviline  itiree times a day, used Nerviline as  a gargle, and was completely restored.  'it have induced dozens of my friends  ���������io use "Nerviline, and they aro all de-  Sg'hted'VitU its wonderful power over  pain arid\sickness.  "You are at liberty to publish this  clgned-letter, which I hope will show  Iho way to health to many that- need  ���������    "o use -Nerviline.  (Signed)      "LUCY  MOSHER."  'All sorts of aches, pains, and sufferings���������internal and external���������yield to  ."Vervilitio. Accept no substitute.  Large ;family size bottles, 50c;. trial  size, 25c, at all dealers, or the Catarr  iiozone :Co., Buffalo, N.Y./ and King  >jlon. Out.  On the Jersy Central  Erakemau���������Elizabeth!'  Aunt  Eliza���������Yes,  that's   me.  It was on an old cast' Texas train.  The littlo coffee pot of an engine, having' whoezed laboriously over serpentine rails, jolted to a restful spot at  no place in particular. Time, passed  tediously." ' Some of the passengers  stalked nervously ���������up and down the  aisles, while others drew their felt  hats down over thoir eyes and tried  to forget it. When a half-hour had  elapsed the conductor came through.  Say friend,, said a querulous-voiced  old man, as near as you can tell, what  is' it holding us?  We're taking on water, was the explanation. ���������  Well, why don't you git another  teaspoon? That un seems to leak  somethin' dreadful!  Itliymoly Bardlet���������Have you ever  contributed anything to the cause of  literature?  Farmer Creenhaw���������You -bet I hev.  Tou're'fhe fourth poet thefs stayed  .aero all "summer an'ain't been able to  ?av no:board.  See here, young man, said the stern  parentis lie entered the parlor, you  :iiave beSn calling on my daughter ra-  'dier frequently of late. Aro your in-  ���������tentlons^serious?   ....  They certainly are, sir, answered  ���������ihe young man. I'm trying to induce  'her to' -'exchange $150 and her old  piano for a new one.  You tell me, said the judge, that  ihis Is the person who knocked you  clown with his motor car. ��������� Could you  swear to the man?  I did, returned the complainant eagerly, but he didn't stop to hoar me.  What makes you stand on one foot  and move your shoulders in that-way?  asked tlie snipe.  Well, replied the' crane, there's no  chance of my learning to sing, so I'm  -.practicing to sec if I-can't become a  classic dancer.  Very Slow  My dear, said Mr. Bickers to his  wife, I saw in the papers today a decision of a ' Virginia court that" the  wifo may, in some cases, be tho head  of tho 'family.  John Henry, replied Mrs. Bickers,  the courts aro sometimes very slow in  finding out things.  Miller's Worm Powders will drive  worms from the system without injury  to tho child. Tho powders are so easy  to tako that the most delicate stomach can assimilate them and welcome  them as speedy easers of pain, because they promptly kill the worms  that cause the pain, .and thus the suffering of the child is relieved. . With  so sterling a remedy at hand no child  should suffer an hour from worms.  ���������    A New, Type  Lewis Cass Lcdyard was talking In  New York about a muckraker- of a  now type.  ���������I've never heard any good of him,  he said.   Even when    I    thought   I  heard a word in his favor, it has always proved the opposite when traced to its source.  ' It's like tho case of the office boy  whosc master said:  . Willie is slow and sure.  Slow and sure, oh?  Yes, slow to learn and sure to forget.  We used to joke on woman's rights  And Fashion's strange displays,  ^e joked of dangerous airship flights  And  statesmen's  devious  ways,  Hut now^we're feeling rather blue,  Like many other folks,  'Jot all -the jokes are coming true .  And serious things are jokes.  Miiiard'siLiniment Cures Colds, &c.  Only tlie othoi- day I read a poem  that moved me to tears.  How did ic move you so?  i wept because I couldn't get at the  author. ������������������--���������  A Fire Alarm  He declared he burned with leve for  Lucy.    ���������<���������  What happened?  '    Her father put hiai out.  She Knew  I shouldn't think golf is much exercise.  Isn't it! Why it makes the boys  so strong in the arms you caii hard-  ,!y breathe  s   .     The Difference  Old Gentleman���������I wouldn't make  3uch faces if I were you, little man.  Small Boy (with difficulty) ��������� You  would if you knew this woman was  ���������soing to-'kiss you..  EVIL EFFECTS OF  CARELESS EATING  Whon depressed, blue, bilious and  out of sorts you may attribute this  condition to poison in the blood, resulting from careless eating���������eating  too much, eating too quickly or eating  what does not agree.  For three or four days there are  looseness of tho bowels, fickle appetite, acute indigestion and all-gone  feelings. Efficiency is lowered, business deals are spoiled, pleasures arc  interfered with, and the sick spell may  prove dreadfully expensive to you.  By using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills as soon as trouble is apparent  such an attack may be- cut short, and  regular healthful action cf the digestive organs quickly restored. No treatment so promptly cleanses tlie filtering and excretory organs', and thereby  rids the body of poisonous waste matter. The digestive system resumes  its natural functions, and vigor and  energv are restored to mind and body.  A WOMAN'S  HELPLESSNESS  Cured Tlroigh the Rich, Red Blood  Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills  Actually   Make  Thousands  of  women   suffer   from  headaches, backaches, dizziness,   languor and. nervousness.     Few,.realize  that their- misery all'comes from the  bad state of their blood.   They tako  one thing for their head   another for  their stomach and a third for their  nerves.     And -yot all tho while it is  simply their blood that is the cause  of all the   trouble.       Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills will cure because they actually make new, rlci red blood, which  reaches every organ and every nerve  iu tho body, carrying with It" a now  health and new strength.     Mrs. Wm.  Acorn,  Charlot'ietown,    P.E.I.,    says:  "Before I began tho use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I was ono of the most  miserable women living.     For more  than three years I lived - life of constant dread.    I was taking weak spells  so that I could not be left alone.   If I  walked from one room to another my  heart would palpitate so violently "that  I feared I would di:?.     I was continually sending for the doctor, who told  mo I had no blood ?.nd that my nerves  were shattered     Notwithstanding his  treatment I did not get any bettor.     1  could not keep anything on my stomach, and the least thing would make  mo sick. ' Then my trouble was complicated with rheumatism, which became so bad tliat I had to bo lifted  like a child, nnd the pain was almost  unbearable.     I was iu this deplorable  condition when my husband read  of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and got me  a supply.   When I had taken half a  dozen boxes I felt much better,  and  could go about tho house.     I kept on  taking tho   Pills    until I   had   used  twelve boxes, and I can "mil" say they  made^me a well woman.     Indeed'I  do not think 1 would be living now  but for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.      I  wish I could persuade every woman  who is sick to follow my example, for  I have proved they will cure the most  desperate cases.'and I consider myself  a living witness of this fact."  You can get these Pills through any  medicine dealer or by mail post paid,  at 50 cents a box or .six boxes for  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, One.'  Some men are smart;  some men are  dumb,  Some men lack common sense,  While some will borrow trouble, some  Won'.t even take offence.  Clearly Unjust  Ever-since they cams to school that  morning two of tho boys had been  persistently naughty. At last, therefore, tho teacher, now thoroughly exasperated, turned to them angrily andj  said;.\that they must stay iu during  playtime until each had written his  name one thousand times.  Playtime duly came, and as the  rest of the class rose and hastened  from tho room to enjoy a spell of  freedom, tub two miscreants settled  down 'to  their  irksome  imposition.  Fivo minutes later the tsacher returned to, see how they were getting  on, and found a heated argument in  progress.  Come, come! she ..asked. What's  the matter now?  Whereupon ono of the boys burst  into tears.  Tain't fair, mum!   ho gasped.    His  name's Tim Bust, and mine's Alcxan  der O'Shaughnessy.'  An amateui can start a love affair  with a woman, but it takes a connoisseur to break one off.  Pen, Chisel and Brush  Seno-r Gamboa, Mexican minister o������  foreigu affairs, is not only a diplomat,  but an author of distinction. He is a  novelist, publicist and writer of memoirs, and one of his" best known works  is his extensive memoirs of his diplomatic career.  Charles Grafiy, selected,, to model  the statue to the pioneer mother as  the central figure of the fine arts department of the Panama-Pacific International exposition, is a native of Philadelphia and has been awarded numerous exposition medals for his work.  A. C. Watt, the distinguished British painter, is a medalist of the Royal  Institute of Painters'in Water Color.  His recent painting, now in the possession of 'the Duke of Portland, last  year won the diploma of honor, open  to all Europe, for' the best pictures of  flower gardens.  Are you one of those to whom  every meal Is another source of  suffering ?  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  v\\\ help your disordered stomach to  digest any reasonable meals, and will  soon restore It to such perfect condition that you'll never feel that you  have a stomach. Take one after  each meal. 50c. a Box at yotir  Druggist's, Made by the National  Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,  Limited. jso  W. N. U. 979  A friend of Sir Walter Landseer,  who accompanied him to Kensington  museum on-tlie first occasion of its exhibition by gaslight, relates that Landseer stopped short before his largo  picture, 'A .Visit to Waterloo.' I  must have been mad when I painted  that, ho .said, and walking up to the  picture ho placed his hand over the  part which had attracted criticism.  An attendant policeman shouted his  polite caution: Now, then, take your  hands off, there! My good man, said  Sir Edwin, I was merely remarking  how bad that was. Then why don't  you 'go and do better? eaiil the policeman, who had no idea to whom he  was  speaking.  At tho fcafct of the virtues, it wan  ncoosaary to introduce Clratirudo to  Generosity, for they had never met  before.  This is a great age.  What has struck you now?  The fact that so many doctors are  successful without whiskers. It  wasn't so thirty years ago.  In lifo things are not what they seem,  There's many a crooked deal,  And many a man wears an auto cap  Who hasn't an automobile.  He wore a necktie flaming red,  The bull was in the lot,  Oh, he came down all right, all right!  The .cross denotes the spot.  Wife���������I really belisve now that you  only married mc because I have  money. '  Hubby���������I didn't. I married you because I thought you'd lot mc have  some-of it.  You are mv all, the lover vowed,  And then ���������it is to laugh���������  The girl who was his all, ho begged  To be his better half.  The Waiter's Price  It was at a banquet, where a notable  gathering of politicians had assembled.  A certain aspiring young barrister was  among the number, and as he spied  an influential judge at the far end, he  called tho head waiter, slipped half-  a-crown into his hand, and whispered:  Put mo..4text to Judge Spink at tho  table.  When the time came for tho guests  to bo seated, he found to his astonishment that he was at the opposilo end  to the judge.  Ho called the head waiter to explain.  Well, sir, replied *' j official, the fact  is that the judge gave mo live bob to  put you as far from him as possible.  Satisfaction  as to  Style  Fit and  Durability  is assured  by purchasing  it  3-3-"  99  GLOVES  At leading dealers, everywhereu  Help for Asthma. Neglect gives  asthma a groat advantage. The trouble, onco it has secured a foothold,  fastens its grip on the bronchial passages tenaciously. Dr. J D. .Kell-  ogg's Asthma Remedy is daily curing  cases of asthma of "long .standing.  Years of suffering, however'.'.^might  have been prevented had th'e^romeily  been used when' the trouble was'-'ih'its  first stages. Do not neglect asthma,  but use this preparation at once.  Queer Tricks of Memory  In later life Emerson's memory played him some strange tricks. James  Cabot, his biographer, says that he  met him one day in the streets of Boston apparently at a loss for something  and asked him where he was going.  To dine, said Emerson, with an old  friend. I know where she lives but  I hope you'won't ask me her name.  Then he went on to describe her as  the mother of the wife of the young  man���������the" tall mar.���������who speaks so  well, and so on until Cabot guessed  "to whom he was referring. This failing  led to a pathetic scene at Longfellow's  funeral. After gazing long at the  face of his lifelong friend as he lay in  his coffin Emerson said to a bystander,  that gentleman was a sweet, beautiful  soul, but I have entirely forgotten his  name.  What fortune has Miss Polly?  She says her face is her fortune.  Well, it has too many bad features  to make a good investment.  You're a mean old Indian giver,  Said Genevieve to Jack,  For every kiss you give me  You insist on taking back= .  Len���������Sweetheart, I cannot express  my emotions for you.  Marion���������Why don't you try the parcel post?  fftnif and Alexander. WINNIPEG. Canada  WMIMilW  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Something better than linen and bis  laundry bills. Wash it with soap and  water. All stores or direct. State styt������  and sizo. For "5c. wc will mall you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA.  Limited  68   Fraser  Avenue,   Toronto,  Ontsrto  Ada was asked if she believed in the  divining rod.  Certainly she replied. Look at the  hot water we found with the twig of  an apple tree!  You seem to be very intimate with  the Digbys. I didn't know, you had  met them.  I haven't met them. I patronize  thoir dressmaker.  Aye, money talks, as you can see  I heard it on the fly.  The only thing it said to me  Was simply, 'Sir. goodbye!'  Lost  Amos Pinchot (aud probably others)  tells this story:  In the war I fought and bled for my  country, said the old general, and lost  all I had, save honor. And when the  war was over I went into politics and  lost all I had saved in the war.  . REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 6HIL9.  Urs. ivixslow's Soothing Syr/cp lias been  *s������u for over SIXTY YBARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHKRS for xlielr CHILDREN WHJUJ  TJSKTHING. with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS tlie GUMS,  A������r..Vx������all PAIN : CURES WIND COLIC, and  is tlie best remedy for DIARKHCEA.' It is ab������  eolutclv harmless. Be sure aud ask tor "Mrg.  Winslo'Ws Soothing Syrup," and t?kc to Otttt  fciad.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Last winter I received  great benefit from tho use of MINARD'S LINIMENT in a severe attack  of LaGiippe, and I have frequently  proved it to be very effective in cases  of Inflammation,  Yours.  W. A.  HUTCHINSOX.  ������   ADIES WANTED ��������� DO    ARTISTIC  ���������"������������������congenial needlework at home; make  from three to five dollars per day decorating cushion   tops.    Armour   Art    Co.,  Dept.   B.,  Bredalbcio  Block,  Winnipeg.  The Chauffeur to the Rescue  When the young physician's motor  car reached the scene of tho accident  thero was nothing to do; all the victims had been so slightly hurt that  they were able to walk home. The  ���������������-oung doctor was keenly disappointed, but his chauffeur spoke up cheer-  ingly; Never mind, doctor. I'll run  down some business on the way home.  To ayle  for  secrecy   Is   to  suggest  lha't there in something to reveal.  He who is satisfied with a little never gets much morn, be it religion,  crops, or money.  Americans do not think for themselves���������still less for others. They pay  Europeaus to do their thinking for  them.  Regularity ���������.  of the bowels is an absolute necessity for good health. Unlcs3 the  waste matter from the food which  collects there is got rid of at least  once a day, it decays and poisons the  whole body, causing biliousness, indigestion and sick headaches. Salts  and other harsh mineral purgatives  irritate the delicate lining of the  bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Root  Pills���������entirely vegetable ��������� regulate  the bowels effectively without^weakening, sickening or griping.   Use  Dr. Morse's   M  Indian  Root Pills  At a recent election a ready answer  secured one woman canvasser a vote  for her party. She had fluently advanced several reasons in favor of her  candidate to a grumpy elector, who  told her she could talk the hind legs  off a donkey.  Well, she replied, it would give me  much more pleasure to drive you to  the polling place than to thehospital.  The retort so tickled tho voter that  he promised to support her side.  A gentleman who had been spending  a holiday at a Scottish seaside village  noted for its golf links, asked one of  tho caddies if ho got mud: carrying  in tho winter time.  Xa, sir, nn, replied the caddie.  There's nao carrying In tho winter  time Ve sec, it is this way. If it's  no sua' it's frost; if it's na frost It's  sua'; If it'a no sma' nor frost, iff; rain;  if U'ri no rain. it'M wind; :m' it it's u  fine day, it'u the Sawbath!  Love spr-aks in two languages���������oiic  with the lips and the other with the  I'VC'ri.  Her Yearning  She���������Do you love me as much when  you are absent from me?  He (fervently)���������I iovo you more,  darling.  She���������Oh, why can't I be with you,  then?  There was a young man, vain of his  accomplishments as a preacher, who  after officiating at a certain service for  a Scottish minister who occasionally  had to avail himself of the assistance  of probationers, was met by the old  gentleman with extended hands as ho  descended from tho pulpit. Expecting high praise, ho said: No compliments, I  pray.  Nay, nay, my young friend, said th������  parson, nowadays I'm glad o' anybody.  Julia, you have the prettiest mouth  in tho world, sighed young Van Winkle.  Wcli, she replied, if mine Is th������  prettiest then  yours  comes  next.  And  it came.  People with- paofB aro unnecessarily  aii.\luii;!  about the  future.  Try Murine   Eye Remedy  If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyelids, Doesn't Smart  ���������Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist? Sell  Marino Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c.  Murine Eye Salve in Asieptic Tubes,  25c,  50c.    Eye  Hooks  Ereo  by Mail.'  An Cyo Tonic Good (or All Ey������������ Chat Netd C������r������   {  Murine   Ey������   Remedy  Co.,   ChlcagQ  -<? THE   SU1S," GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  ������Ij������ (Sran& Jfarfas Bun  G. A. Evans, Editor.and Publisher  sunsoniPTioN hates':  /ue  ������ear   $1.50  I ne Year (in advance)  1.00  vine Year, in United States  1.&0  Address all communications to ���������  The Grand ]?okks Sun,  ���������honk 1174 Gband Forks. B.C  FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,  1914  CITY PARAGRAPHS  The Grand Forks hockey club defeated Greenwood tonight at Greenwood by a score of 3 goals-to 2 in  the first game played by the home  team this season. A large crowd, of  enthusiasts accompanied the club  to Greenwood in a special train.  The opinion appears to be  general among the citizens  that the new council is composed of capable and far-  sighted men; that it is, in fact,  one of the strongest city governments yet chosen by the  electors. In this opinion The  Sun coincides. Under the  guidance of these men the  city should prosper and expand during the next twelve  months. But while entertaining a high opinion of the incoming council, we do .not  wish to have it inferred that  we belittle the services rendered the city by the retiring-  council. That body was made,  up of men of ability, and they  carried the city safely through  a very trying period of its  history. For this they are  entitled to 'the thanks and  good-will of the people of the  community.  The* last regular meeting of the  old council was held in the council  chamber on Monday night, when  the business of the year was com-'  pleted, A short special session was  held last night to consider the sale  of some city lots.  Only.A Few"  A comparatively small number of Hamilton Watches are made every year. Their  extreme accuracy and fine, adjustment  forbids making- them in lnrge quantities.  ������Ifi Jfamtliim Uatrl?  uThe Railroad Timekeeper of. America"  Kot only the man or woman who wants a  very accurate watch' buys the Hamilton���������  but the individual who 'knows' about  watches usually demands a. Hamilton. We  sell Hamilton watches complete, or supply  a Hamilton, movement for your present-  watch case. All sizes for men mid women,  A. D. MORRISON ^^^0^'^  a year's subscription..   It will be the  best New Year's gift to  the  family.'  <r  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,  GASES OR INDIGESTION  The leaders of the provincial Liberal party will address  the   citizens  of Grand Forks  on   Tuesday,   Feb  ruary 3.  Judge Brown held a short session  of the county court in the court  house yesterday afternoon. Only  two unimportant ea^s came before  the court  If the government papers  are correctly informed, Attorney-General Bowser . intends to inflict one variety of  punishment on the -British  subject and a little milder variety on the Doukhobor for  the identical crime. This will  not be satisfactory to the people of this section of the province.  The word doukhobor, it is  said, means "warrior of .the  spirit." A booze lighter -.is  also a warrior of spirits.  The "federal parliament is  once more in session. The  members will soon again be  indtiling in long and tiresome  speeches on the naval question, when they might employ  their time to better advantage  by devising wa}rs of lowering  the cost of living by reducing  ,the tariff on foodstuffs.  And tho worst is yet to  come. The provincial legislature will" soon be in session.  \\\ K. C. Manly left <>n Tuwlay  for a business trip to the coa^f oities.  I-Ie will return  in >i r'ouplu of weeks.  Advertisement in The  Sun  brinji  results because it is the peoples'paper  10 CENT "CASCARETS"  IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE  For "Sick; Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  SlugglshVLiver and Bowels���������They  -';"'-r- '.work while you sleep.  Purred Tongue^ Bad' Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and  clogged bowels, ���������which cause your  stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments  like garbage in .a swill barrel. That's  the first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow  skin, mental fears, everything that is  horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret  to-night will give your constipated  bowels a thorough cleansing and  straighten you out by morning. They,  work while you sleep���������a 10-cent .box  from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months.  Begin the Year Well  The pleasure of every member of  the family during 1914 can be considerably increased by reading each  week that greatest of all weekly  papers, The Family Herald and  Weekly Star of Montreal. It has  pages for everyone, old and. young  It is really surprising what won  derfnl value one gels each week in  that paper. On^ dnllar is a small  siiin indeed for such a vast amount  of good clean wholesome r-urling  during the  year.     No   mistake can  made in sending.one dollar   to  The  Family Herald Ollice,   Montreal, for  Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3000  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.  '. Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go'. No indigestion,  heartburn, sourness or belching of  gas, acid, or eructations of undigested  food, - no dizziness, bloating, foul  breath or headache.  Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its  speed in regulating upset stomachs.  It Is the surest, quickest stomach remedy in-the whole world and besides it  is harmless. Put' an end to stomach  trouble forever by getting a large  fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin  from any drug store. You realize in  five minutes how needless it Is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any  stomach disorder. It's the quickest,  surest and most' harmless stomach  doctor in the world.  ^  ison Disc  The latest and greatest musical instruments  Hear this, once and you will "want one in your  home. Call at our s^ore and listen to tlie re-'  production of music in a natural way.  Woodland' &\Qtilnri.  The. Rexall Drug-gists  ^=  -^  NOTICE  TENDERS FOR  A MINERAL   CLAIM  FORFEITED TO THE CROWN  SEALED TENDERS will be received by the  undersigned up to 12 o'clock nnon on  Tueday, the 10th (lay <>f February. 1911, for  :he purchase of the undermentioned mineral claim forfeited to the crown.  All tender* must be nt least equal to the  upset price as {riven below, which represents  the taxes, eo'-ts, interest, etc., Crown Grant  Pei's and cost of advertising.  The mime of the mineral claim is tbe  "Florence," Lot 9uGs. situate in Grand Forks  Mining Division.  Upset price $40.91, and cost of advertising  $10.00.  Each tender must be accompanied by  a certified cheque payable at par at Penticton. The cheque of any unsuccessful tenderer will be returned at oru-c.  J AS. R. BROWN,  Government Agent,  Fnirview, H. C.  Dated at Fairview,  December 30th. 1913.  Grand Forts  Second-  and St  WFMNIPEU AVE  Or������      Op.>VinniPM>IIotc  We Buy, Sell and Exchange  Everything We alw do sill kinds  of Tailoring Work. W'e are Experts in Fun'er Work, Cleaning,  Pressing and Repairing "Satisfaction guaranteed in everything.  B. Baneson, Proprietor  ;- About Our Choice Cuts of  Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal  A Nice Line of Fresh   -     -  Poultry and Fish  Always in Stock    < ~         Try the Shamrock Brand  Our wagons won't work your liorsos to death. They  run li^ht.  They are made of strong', tough, seasoned wood and will  stand tlie roughest wear.  If you buy a wagon from us and anything goes wrong  with it, drive up in front of our store and see if we don't  make good.  PICTURES  AND PICTURE fRAMING  Furniture   Made   to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neatly  Done  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENDB  OVEfl CG YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  They are usually best  'and most satisfactory  in the end.  'Q R[  is  o  BOTTLED BEER  is a home product of  .genuine merit.'   Get a  a case today and try it  now.    Ask for  it.  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  $1.50  PER DOZEN,  DELIVERED  WOOD and FENCE POSTS  Dry four-foot Fir arid  Tamarac.-Cedar andTam-  arac Posts. Prompt attention to  phone  ordrrs.  A.    GALLOWAY  RANCH WOOD DEALER  PHONE L 14 COLUMBIA, B. C.  TO LIVERY  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Rigs, and Good  Horses at All Hours at  the- ,  ode! Livery Barn  Burns & O'Ray, Props.   .  Phone 68 Second Street  Wm- B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman  GRAND FORKS, B.C.:  Milk and Cream delivered to all parts of; the city  daily. Dairy absosolutely  sanitary. We endeavor to  please our customers.  iiartihriiillen  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Goal  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo. 's Stoi e  PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PDOlNB 129  Sole Agents for  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre $  Mclnnis, Proprietors  THE  LONDON  liazor Hotiliifr o Special y.  Palace Barber Shop  line a Si  lid  Trade Marks  DG3IGNS  Copyrights &c.  .An vono rending a nUotcli nnd dencrlntlon ninv  Quickly uscortnln our opinion froo whether nn  Invention la protmblypiitontnblo. Cotnmunlca.  tlonsstrlctlyconudontlul. HANDBOOK on t'atcuta  flcntfroo. Oldest nponcy forBocurlntrpatonta.  l'utonto taken through Munn & Co. rccolve  tpettul notice, without chnrRO, in tho  Stitttifie ttmlm.  A linndsomcly Wuntratod weekly. LnrRcst circulation of any nclontttlo Journal. Terms for  Canada, f :W5 a your, postutfo propnld. Sold by  nil uowMluulcrs.  SONH *&������"*������������������*���������* Hew York  Uruocti Offlco. 625 F 8k, WaobiuKton, D. C.  P. A.  Z,   PARE,  Proprietor  1st Doou Noktji ok Ghanuy Hotel,  Fihst Stubbt.  Don't forgot that The Sun haH the  best job printing department in tho  Boundary country.  Tho Sun is tho host newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  (Published Annually)  Enal'los traders  throughout  the  world   to  ��������� communicate direct with English   "  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of /roods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and Its  suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial  and Foreign Markets they supply;  .:;��������� STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of lending Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Iiulustriu!  centres of tho United Kingdom.  A copy of tho current edition will bo forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  their trude cards for $5, orlargor advertisements from $15,  THE LONDON   DIRECTORY CO., LTO  2.5, Abchurch Lano, London,  E.G.  If you read Tho Sun you get tho  news of the city, the province and  the world. It is possible for a Sun  reader to keep abreast of the times  without the aid of the daily  papers.  i.;' THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,    B. G  Men's Fine Outing  Sale Price... tAJ I  Men's Black- Sateen  Shirts, in all  sizes.   Sale Price....   Men's Oxford Shirts, in a variety  of  '     patterns and all sizes.    Sale Price  Men's Strong Kaki Shirts, made of  durable material.    Sale Price..;. ���������.  Men's Blue Flannel Shirts.  Sale Price......... ���������������������������  Heavy Black Drill Shirts.  Sale Price....... ���������:���������  a!  Our stock is all new this   season, and  is a standard of excellence that is not excelled by any other line oi hand-tailored  clothing on the market.  It include Tweed  Suits, Worsteds,   Black ^TB{^SerfJ'  Grey  Cheviots,   Smoking   Jackets    Bath  Robes, Burberry Coats and extra  Pants  all of whichwe willdispose of. at  unheard  ol prices.  Underwear  Heavy grades in all-wool.Underwem-, ribbed or  plain, Nothing to equal it ever $J^$ ������|||  offered. Sale price per suit-.  . ������r������fa������^^  Other cheaper varieties in Underwear Avm  be.  ���������   sold at this sale for :.      ir���������% B |J|J  Collars  Linen Collars  will be sold as low as  ec&ties  We have put   our complete Fancy Stock   of  Neckties into just three classes.  SalejDdce, 2^^ and highest Cg^  tats  300 Men's Soft and  Hard  Felt Hats.    Just  three prices.    Sale price  ,7!  ewelry  grades .  en's  Our Stock of Men's Jewelry_' -will be .cut; in  "to,  including Watch Fobs,  Chains, Guff  Links, etc.  w  sold as low as-���������- "  '/':  mmmjmmumimMmjgnssssm STHE SUjNT, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA!,  Constipation -  Vanishes Forever.  Prompt Relief���������Permanent ,Cafe.  CARTER'S UTTLE  LIVER PILLS neve*  fail.   Purely vegetable���������act surely  tut gently on  Jhe liver.  Stop aftc:  dinner  distress-  cure indi-������ _  _ #  gestion���������improve the complexion���������brighten  the eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature-  " ��������� rr..������mnm������inii������.'iirfTyi������tgWBMiWiirin una.  ENGLISH   jEmLACE 1  MASS 8V IKS VlLLAGIR} IN BUCmOHAMSHISfc  No. 100.  PRICE-  .20  per yard.  The  worliora  have a  beautiful  collection  of Collars,  Hankies,  Tie������, Fronts.  Sets, Yokes,  Seoclrj,  Plastrons.  Jabots. f:c.  frora.ijD,  , .76 up.  Our Laces tvero awarded Gold Medal.  tlio  Festival of Empire anil Imperial  fxhibitloa, Crystal Palaco, 1911.  STOCK COLLAR. SJ wnts (half)  Bertlies,  Five o'clock  D'Oyleyi,  ftc. and  ���������verythlng  that can be  0aJt fit Lace. Yard Laco  and Insertion from   .10.  .20, .29 up to 92.50  per yd.  Booklet entitled Ai>,  Iotfrrettiit( Koue ladu*.  trr," Illustrating over  ICO designs of Pillow  Lace, post fres to any  fiart ol world. The  aca.inakers ars very  iltd ol any orlers,  oowe7er email  BUCKS Ilin<.sad������  PILLOW LACS <ai.  ���������no m atbaa.  Mrs.  Una  Armstrong,  Olney,   BucWs  ENGLAND  Seed Grain and Potatoes  By instructions of the Hon. Minister  of Agriculture a distribution of superior sorts of grain and potatoes will be  mado during tbe coming winter and  spring to Canadian farmers. The samples for general distribution will consist of spring wheat (5 lbs), wbite  oats (4 lbs.); barley (5 lbs.), and field  peas (5 lbs.) These will bo sent out  from Ottawa. A distribution of potatoes (in 8 lb. samples) .will be carried on from soveral of the experimental farms, the Central Farm at Ottawa  supplying only the provinces of Ontai'-  and Quebec. All samples will be sent  free, by mall. ���������  Applicants must give particulars, in  regard lo the soil on their farms, and  some account of their experience with  such-kinds of grain (or potatoes)-as  they have grown, so that a promising  sort for their conditions may bo selected.  . Each application must bo separate  and must be signed by the applicant.  Only one sample of grain and one of  potatoes can bo sent to each farm.  Applications on any kind of printed  form cannot be accepted. If two or  moro samples are 'asked for in the  same letter only one will be sent.  As the supply of seed is limited, farmers are advised to apply early; but  tho applications will not necessarily  be filled in tho exact order in which  they are lecolved. Preference will  always be given to the most 'thoughtful and explicit requests. Applications received after the end of January  will probably bo too late.  Alt applications for grain (and applications from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be addressed to the' Dominion Cereal-  ist, Central 'Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Such applications require no  postage. If otherwise addressed delay and disappointment may occur:  Applications for potatoes, from farmers in any other province should be  addressed (postage prepaid) to the Superintendent of the nearest branch,  of the Experimental Farm in 'that province.  CAUGHT  LIONS WITH   FLYPAPER  The  Beasts "Entangled  by  Thousands  of Sheets Were Lassoed  Not long ago four man-eating lions  were caught by flypaper at tho village  of Gwallor, India.  It happened that the head man of  the village was able to shut the four  lions up in a hut into which they had  ventured in search of-prey. He kept  them thus^barricaded for nearly two  weeks, no one being willing to attempt  to capture them. Finally he thought  of a scheme that proved as successful  as it was original.  He had thousands of sheets of flypaper spread on the ground before the  entrance to the hut. Then suddenly-  the barricades were lifted and the  lions came bounding out���������into the flypaper. Of course it stuck to their  paws,.and when they tried to lick it off  it stuck to their faces and heads. The  lions promptly forgot all about human  beings, and in their wild endeavors to  get rid of the flypapers, rolled over  aud over on the ground, roaring and  fighting for breath. Then the head  man and his followers rushed forward  with long ropes, lassoed" the plunging lions and tied them up���������flypaper  and all.  .22. CARTRIDGES  Loaded with Black or Smokeless Powder  Winchester Cartridges  and  Winchester  Rifles are  made in the same factory and tested together.    Hence  the best results are always obtained when'they are used  ^itb each other.    Moreover, the knowledge obtained in  the maniiiactune o,f firearms, gives the Winchester Company] an advantage m making- cartridges for all kinds of  rifles, as they know their requirements." ��������� Winchester ,22s,  both black and smokeless, .are made' iri' all sizes of this  caliber and will surely give the best results in your  rifle.   The smokeless cartridges are loaded with Grease-  less Bullets, which do riot soil the hands ,or clothing.  ASK  FOR THE  u7ttm������ffi?Tmn iui.ll..!.M!l.l!llillllT!nTlH  BRAND  Thousands of mothers can testify to  the virtue of Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator, because they know from  experience how useful it is.  VMS NKW HIENOH REMHDY. N.I. N������2.Ml  THERAPION SKM*  Sreat success, curbs chronic weakness, lost viaoa  VtU. KIDNEY. BLADDER. DISEASES, BLOOD POISON.  BILKS. EITHER KO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL 81. POST 4 CTS  ������OUGSRA CO, 80. BBKKMAH ST. NEW YORK or LTUAN BROS  TORONTO. WRITS FOR FREE BOOK TO Da. LX CLKKC  ���������iZD.CO, HAVERSTOCKRD, HAMPSTKAD, LONDOX, KN������.  *gY NEW DRAGEE (TASTELESS) gORMOT   EAST TO'TABS  THERAPJON 'S������������0������������  6K THAT TRADE MARKED WORD ' TIIIXAPIOM' I* OB  MIT. aOVT. STAMP Alt USD TO ALL GZNUIMS PACK5T*  The Mistake of His Life  Bluffer bounced into tho club, jammed his hat down on the table with a  fierce, Resounding bang, and flung himself info an easy chair.  What's wrong today," Bluffer? You  look bad.  I'll never forget myself. I kicked  a man out of my house last night!  Humph! I've kicked out many a  one.     Young fellow, I suppose?  No;  past middle age.  Well, these old codgers have no business coming around courting young  girls. I would have kicked him out  myself.  Yes; but I have found out since that  this man wasn't courting my daughter.  He was after my mother-in-law.  Minard's Liniment uures Diphtheria.  Why, Indeed?  A certain captain had been lecLur-  ing his new recruits at some length  on 'The Duties of a Soldier. At last  ho thought the time had come to find  out just what he had accomplished.  . Casting his eye over the room, ho  fixed it on Private Murphy as his first  victim. Private' Murphy, he asked,  why should a soldier be ready lo die  for his country?  The private scratched his head for  a while; then an ingratiating smile  flitted across his'-'face. Sure, captain,  he said, pleasantly, you're quite right.'*  Why should he?  James starLed his third helping'of  pudding with delight. Onco upon a  time, James, admonished his -mother,  there was a little boy who ate too  much pudding and he burst!!  James considered. There ain't no  such thing as too much pudding, he  decided.  There must be, contended his mother, else why did the little boy burst?  James passed his plate /for the  fourth time, saying: Not enough boy! ���������  FARMERS  iAnRL^YynSn31FLVxr8hvCfc1aIett!ng "hlflhest    prices    for     WHEAT,     OATS,  ^TLEAYrtTnHdU^^fayv^Pfi ^dro������naco(riSS?onFb������RT    W'LUAM    AN������  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE    WELL-KNOWN     FARMERS'   AGENTS  ADDr.ESS 700-703 Y., GRAIN   EXCHANGE, W1NNIPEQ  Up to Date  What are you giving your cows now  in the way of galactagogucs? asked the  Irvington professor of the milkman.  Oh, said the milkman, who has just  been graduated from Purdue and is not  to be stumped by any Butler College  pedagogue, their sustenance is wholly  of vegetable origin; rich in chlorophyl  and opulent in buty.raceous qualities.  A pint, if you-please, said the professor.  Git up! said the milkman.  STANLEY LIGHTFOOT  PATENT SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY  LUMSDEN   Bt-OC^VONOE1) TOWONTO.  wme ro* term. ���������'.    M.S7I3.  me  Political. 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BRITISH COLUMBIA.  /'  \t Overtopped That of |  i        Silas Jone? -       I  *._        '   *  J        By MARGARET LEE $  *'Mr. Jones," said Lord Flaranierton,  "I have called to ask you to do me the  honor to give me in marriage your  daughter, Miss Sophia." " ���������  -  Mr. Silas-Jones, who was traveling  nbroad with his fahil.ly and sojourning  at-.a London hotel, looked as solemn  ns if his lordship bad asked  for his  daughter to cut off her head, no slowly  turned his eyes up at the ceiling, then  lowered them to the floor, while his ���������  face indicated that he was suffering  from a paiu In his stomach.   Presently,  Kfter clearing his throat, ho said:  - "I assure you, my lord, that I am  sensible of the honor you, a peer of the  realm of England, do  me in asking  for the hand of my daughter. But there  Is a reason wby it would bo better  that you  should   withdraw   your  request.    While it is true that I can  make settlements   upon   Sophia  that  would enable ber to uestorc Flammer-  ton  castle,   she   would   bring  a   bar  sinister to your family arms.   It is not  proper that so noble a lineage as yours  should be murred by a marriage with  one who is not only'a commoner, but  Who has descended from a criminal."-  j  His lordship remained silent.  ! "Tea. my lord, a criminal," continued  tho other.    "Roger Jones, my greatgrandfather, In 1703 was convicted of  Bulling rum to tho American Indians,  V70S tarred and feathered, ridden on a"  tail and hanged to an apple tree."  '. Mr. Jones groaned not only in spirit,  but  audibly.     Lord   Flammerton   sat  . tvatching him with a curious expression on his face, nis lordship" did  not seem so appalled at receiving thla  that he was merely .in assistant at the  murder."  Tho earl paused in the recital, and  Mr. Jones gave rent to an expression  of disappointment.  "The Hunkers," tho former presently  Continued, "became noble In the time oJC  Henry VIII. I have unearthed a bit of  secret history from the records stored  hi tbe Tower of London which reveals  tho fact that when King Henry VIIL  beheaded Catharine Howard the state  executioner had just died, and no one  could be found to do the job until  Henry offered Andrew Hunker a bnr-  anetcy if he would wield the ax over  Ihe unfortunate queen. Hunker contented and was made Baron Worrlng-  ton. Then when-Henry made a wholesale confiscation of the church property  he created the baron a sort of sheriff  to eject the clergy and seize their belongings. Tho commission that my noble ancestor received, for this amounted to a large fortune and enabled him  to tako higher rank, which was conferred upon him iu tho title I bear.  "I have been some time getting to  the story of my immediate progenitors,  but a candid statement of the'ease has  rendered necessary the details 1 have  given.  j , "Andrew Hunker made ducks and  drakes with his fortune, and his grandson, Andrew, carl of Flammerton, was  forced to take to "the road to get a  living. Don't understand that there  was an especial taste in the family  ' for robbery. The calling was at that  time ono that Invited the more adventurous young men. Tho carl was  one day riding alone near the estates  of a country gentleman named Forbes  when he met a young lady, Elizabeth  Forbes, who was. out hunting with her  falcon. This young robber, who was  more on the Robin Hood order, became at onco enamored of the young  lady, but unfortunately for the success  of his suit he had recently plundered  her home, and her father bad sworn  to bring him to tbe gallows.  "On tho occasion of this first meeting  between .the highwayman earl and  Elizabeth. Forbe3.he took a gold chain  from about her' neck, saying at the  eame.time:  " 'Tell your father, who has sworn to  hang me, that I will return this chain  to you iu his own home.'  ''With that.he bent low before the  lady, took the tips of her fingers in bis  and kissed her hand. Now, this young  fellow was a handsome rascal, and no  calling was more popular with the  ladies of that day than the profession  of highwayman. Mistress Forbes  straightway fell In love with the'man  who had robbed her and trembled at his  boast that he would return her chain  to her under her father's.nose. Eeing  discreet, she returned to her home and  said nothing about the meeting.  "On the coming of age of Robprt  old  was tarred/and; feathered and hanged,  einks into Insignificance,  "To return to my proposition, I pos-  eess valuable estates, but I heed ready  cash. Your cash made by.the sale of  the Acme salve has been more honorably acquired than my estates, which  wore partly taken from the church and  partly from unfortunate travelers,  many of whom were doubtless murdered. Nevertheless the two together  will enable me and my wife to maintain a high social position, and fortu  ,      ^EPHISTOPHELES.  no Satisfactory Proof as to the Origin  of the Name Exists.  There has been much discussion concerning the origin of the word Mcph-  istopbeles in the past, which has,  moreover, as yet ended in' no very satisfactory conclusion. Some very bizarre explanations had been propounded before the fime of Goethe, who was  himself forced to own to the musician  Zelter in a letter of Not. 20, 1829, "I  nately I am not judged by tbe deeds of | -������������������ ���������  my ancestors.   On tho contrary, I live j cannot give any definite answer to the  in the glamour of what is supposed to  be their greatness."  Mr. Jones' views having been altered  the man who would become, his  by     son-in-law. ho consented, and the earl  and Sophia became engaged. A few~  months later the London society papers  printed a notice of the\ wedding which  occurred in a' fashionable church be-,  tween Andrew Chrrles Dudley For-  tescue Blake Hunter, Baron Warrington, Earl of Flamraerton, of Flammerton castle, etc., and Sophia Ann Jones,  daughter of a prominent American  eitteeru There was no mention of  bow the title had been obtained or of  tha Acme Halve.  Saving tho Thirst.  Physician���������Your fever will give you  a terrible thirst   1 must stop itait.  Patient���������Stop the fever an you like,  doctor, but for my sake lea re 'i\& tbo  thirst.���������Pole Mcle.  BOGUS BANKNOTES  Remarkable Error Occurs In Enghuid  Over Prison Pastime.  Manufactured on  butter-paper  by  convicts in Peterhead prison, imita-.  tion banknotes were the cause of a  sensational error;   Many residents in  the town possess little specimens of  convicts' skih and ingenuity in the  shape of soap models or clever bits of  carving,   which   reach   the   outside  world apparently   through   the me-.  diuni of workmen who come into contact with convicts in the course of  their labor.    Over a year ago  theso  prison relics took a new force.     A  man  in  the  town was showing  his  friends, quite openly, a copy of a ������1  banknote which, he said, had been  made by one of the convicts.   Those  who saw it were interested, but did  not dream that any such counterfeit  , could bo taken seriously, for it was  1 crude hi color and design, and only  . noteworthy as a clever piece of pen-  ��������� manship and of memory, for the man  could not have had a genuine note  before him when making the copy.  More of these  copies began  to  get  about tho town, and were shown-as  prison curiosities. At least one changed hands for money, but only a few  coppers were paid for it, and it was  obvious that   no   one   regarded the  notes  as  anything but  crude  relics  of prison life.   Thus this rather dan  question,   'Whence   come3   the   name  Mcphistopheles ?'"  According to one theory it was a by- '  brid Greco-Hebraic formation of me-  phis and tophel (the liar); according  to'another its etymology was entirely  Greek���������very  dubious   Greek���������mephos-  tophilos, "he who does not love the '  light"   Though this derivation is hardly acceptable, it appears that this was  the original form of the name, the sec- .  ond vowel being replaced by,-1 at first  in England, whence it was taken into  tho popular German mysteries.  In the "Goethe Jahrbuch" Here  Oelhke gives an entirely novel derivation which, if farfetched, has at least  the merit of originality. It-is based on  two names found in chapters 4 and  15 ot the second book of Samuel,  Pephiboscbctu and Architophel. Ho  reminds lis that it was customary in  the middle ages when giving names to  evil spirits to refer to the Old Testament; hence the combination "Mcphistopheles."  The explanation is not perceptibly  more absurd than others. Goethe himself had a trick of using tho abbreviated form Mephisto when it suited  the exigencies of his meter. It may be  remembered that .this particularly ir>  : ritalcd Schopenhauer, who wrote in his  pamphlet "On the Murder (Verhnn-  zung) of the German Language," "The  foolish desire for brevity goes so far  as to cut off-oven the devil's tail by  writing Mephisto for Mepbistophcles."-  ���������Westminster Gazette..  FREAKS OF MATURE.  AR Uphill' Waterfall and a Tree Thsri  Squirms Like a Snake.  I     Nature in tne tropics, left to herself,  writes John Burroughs, the naturalist,!  is harsh, aggressive, savage; looks aa  though she wanted to hang you witb'  her dangling'ropes or impale yon on .  her thorns or engulf you in the ranks'  of her gigantic ferns. ;  Her  mood  is  never as  placid  and  sano as in the north.   There is a tree  in the Hawaiian woods that suggests  a tree gone mad.    It is called the bail  ! tree.    It lies down, squirms and wrig-  '��������� gles.all over the ground" like a wounded snake.    It gets up and then takes  to earth again.   Nov/ it wants to be a  vine; now it wants to be a tree.    It'  throws   somersaults:   it   makes   Itselfj  ' into loops and rings; it rolls; it reaches;  it doubles upon itself.    Altogether it;  is the craziest vegetable growth I ever  .saw.  i It was near Pall that I saw what  I had never seen or hward of before���������  a waterfall reversed, going up instead  of down. It suggested Stockton's story  of negative gravity.  .^ A small biook comes down off tlie  mountain and attempts to make tbo'  leap down a high precipice, but the  wind catches it and ''carries It straight  up in the air like smoke. It is translated. It becomes a mere wraith hovering about the beetling crag.  Night and day this goes on, the  wind snatching from the mountains in  this summery way the water It has  brought them.���������Century Magazine.  _. LUCKY  BASEBALL FLUKE.  Think of a Player Making a Home Run  on an Infield Fly!  'Tn all the years I have been attending baseball games���������and they are more  than r would care to number���������there is  one play which stands out in my mind  as tho greatest I have ever seen," says  a contributor to the American Magazine.  "There was no wonderful skill embodied in the play. It was, I suppose,  pure luck. But the fact remains that I  have never seen it duplicated nor approached, and it is, so far as I know,  unique in the annals of baseball.  ;anie was one between Wash-  Forbes,   Elizabeth's   brother,   the  om������������������"���������.:.��������� ������������������      .,   .���������    . ,      ,   ,  -.-H.mnn'-n.An-i^n'  ti,��������� ���������������������������t.f��������� f������  * until recently,  when a loral  draper  gentleman gave a ball .the g^sts to , and & *j   bazaar"���������each  found  he   dressed   In: fantastic^ costumes.  , one of these notes &mongtlie takings,  a man  present who had j In both cases the notes were "taken <n  '���������The ��������� ,     n  _ c   iugton and Cincinnati back In .the days  gerous form of curio-hunting went on        .      Washington was in the National  league.   The score was 1  +t WILL RETURN HITS  CHAIN  TO  TOT7 ES  HIS OWN HOME."  Information as might have been supposed. Instead of taking up bis hat  ttnd bidding Mr. Jones good morning,  he Bat'quietly where he was, fumbling  ^vllh his watch chain, waiting for the  i>aroxysra to subside; then he said:  "Permit me to commend you, Mr.  Jones, for your candid confession. I  Still be as candid as you. I am aware  that you Americans have an.idea that  our British aristocracy was reared  from seed sent down from heaven. Wo  jvho kBow the history of our own families from the beginning do not fool  ourselves, though we permit others to  tool themselves as to our honorable an-  rcstry.  "The earliest of my ancestors mentioned In 'Burke's Peerage' was Hugh  Bunker, a sort of Robin Hood without  Robin's better traits, for Hugh robbed  anybody, whether a bishop, a miser or  ������ poor'peasant. However, he was not,  considered very bad until he entered a  bouse where a corpse was lying surrounded by burning candles and stole  tbera for the fcillow there was In them  to grease his boots.  "Nevertheless Hugh nnnkcr was a  food deal of a swell for those times  and is recorded an being quite a lady  killer. At any rate, ho had a son nnd a  grnnflBon, who at a later period, when  England bad become more civilized,  *rcre prominent at court. Ono of the  family la supposed to bare been the  ���������nan whom tho Duke of Oloster cm-.  Idoyfld to murder tbe younj? princes  fin tbe Tower. I have, however, looked  tuto. the matter and bare concluded  Tbero was  adopted the garb of a headsman.  There Is no dress bettor fitted to show  off a handsome figure than that of this  official of that period. Tbe man, instead of carrying a wooden ax. held  In his hands a veritable steel weapon  such as was used in lopping off human  heads.   ;'    '-.".'."  "The moment Elizabeth Forbes saw  this person she recognized in his figure  ���������his face was masked���������the robber earl.  He advanced toward her and, throwing a gold chain about her neck, asked  her to dance. She accepted the invitation, trembling for him, for though he  was armed with an as, many of the  men guests present wore swords or  were provided with other weapons  suited to the characters they represented.  "The presence of this fantastic personage was noted by the guests, and'it  was not long before the host's, attention was called to him. The robber  perceived that, he would soon be  obliged to give an account of himself  and in a few quick sentences begged  ���������Elizabeth to fly with him. She consented.on condition that he would go  -at once, thinking to get him out of  danger, and when they saw her father  advancing to ask who this unknown  guest might be she slipped her arm in  Ms, and the two were passing out  when Forbes, followed by others of his  guests, pushed after them. Tho earl  turned and, raising his ax, brought It  down on the host's head, splitting his  skull. Several men who wore swords  drew tbem, and there was a combat,  in which tho earl put them out of the  fight Then, drawing Elizabeth with  him, he disappeared in the darkness.  "Tbero Is no record of a marriage between Andrew II tinker, the robber  carl, and Elizabeth Forbes, but sineo  she was a commoner and he a noble It  Is quite possible that she did not expect marriage. However, she bad a  eon���������my grandfather���������who was declared legitimate by King Charles II. and  given bis father's title and property,  tho latter consisting of plunder acquired on tho road. It is quite possiblothat  tbo king's favor was gained from tho  fact that Elizabeth Forbes became ono  of bis favorites, though she is not  given in thejist by historians.  "You see. my dear Mr. Jones, that  besldo tho record of my ancestors for  criminality that of your grcat-Rrand-  fatber. who sold rum to tho Indiana.  the busy moments of Saturday night  shopping in  a  bad  light.     English  readers must remember that the Scottish banknote has not the clean ciisp-  ness of the Bank of-England "fiver,"  it remains in circulation much longer,  and gets crumpled and dirty in passing  from  hand  to  hand.     Often  it  looks only like a dirty piece of paper, and it Is not difficult to believe  that one of these prison-made copies,  ���������when sufficiently dirty,   might   easily pass into circulation by accident.  The notes of several banks were imitated.; There was a ������5 note of the  Union   Bank    and ������1   notes   of   the  Royal National North of Scotland and  the Town and County Banks.    For  the convicts to obtain the materials  with which to manufacture the notes  is an easy matter.    The paper is of  the variety in which butter is wrapped, and is used inside   the   prison  walls.   As for pen3 and ordinary ink,  every convict can obtain them.   Soot,  which any convict working near the  kitchens or other fires could easily  get, would provide a deep black, and  it is thought the designer of these  notes used his own blood for such  parts of the notes as became a dirty  red in use.    Thus an ingenious convict has all  his  materials  to- band.  The prisoners of Peterhead also have  a channel through which, it is-well  known, they   communicate   with the  outside world.    A number of them  are engaged in building a breakwater,  and  on this  work  come  in  contact  with many "free laborers," or workmen who aro not convicts.     It has  been found over and over again that  some of these free laborers give the  convicts tobacco to chew���������of course,  smoking is  too  easy of  detection���������  and it is now certain thai; these laborers have been the channel through  which   tbo   counterfeit   notes   have  reached the outside world.     Itocent  disclosures In this respect havo led  to very strict inquiries at the Breakwater, and about half a dozen laborers havo been dismissed,  Earl Ts Moose Hunter.  The Earl of Kiugstou, who cam������  to Canada from the old country for  hln second big garno hunting trip in  New Brunswick recently, omerged  the other day from Mlramicbi woodf.  Tho, earl was BUoeesHful in shooting  a big moose, the animal's antlers  spreading 55 inches. The earl will  return to the Mirauiichi woods v/llh  his veteran guide, Henry Bralth-  waite. and Diana to spend the winter  there.  .^������������������__.     to 0 in Cin  cjunati's favor in the last half of the  ninth. Two men were out, andJiVash-  ington had a runner on second, with  Wilmot at the bat. On tbe first ball  pitched Wilmot swung hard and knocked an infield fly, the highest 1 have  ever seen. The ball went up and up  until it was visible only as a liny  speck.  "With the crack of. the bat tho runner on second had started for home,  and he crossed the plate beforo the  ball began to fall. Buck Ewing, Cincinnati's first baseman; McPbee, who  played second, and 'Germany' SmiUv  the shortstop, all gathered between  first and second awaiting for the ball  to drop. Wilmot sped around tho  bases at top speed and passed third as  the ball fell just inside the triangle of  waiting iufielders.  "The ball struck the hard-earth of  the base line and bounded high in the  air, Ewing having to wait for it to descend a second time before he could,  make the throw home. ������������������Wilmot slid  around-the plate and was safe, having  won the game with a home run on an  infield fly, a feat which has never been  duplicated in professional baseball."    .  THE  BASEBALL MASK.  It Was First Used In a Yale-Harvard  Game In 1876.  Frederick Wiuthroo Thayer of Co-  basset, Harvard '78, captain of tlve  famous varsity nines of 187G, 1S77  and 1878, was the iuveutor of tb^  catcher's mask. The days when Thayer i  entered Harvard baseball differed  somewhat from the present. A pitcher  had to throw underhanded and lend  his throw with arm stretched out.  Then that changed, and as a consequence the ball was thrown much'  more swiftly. Dr. Harold O. Ernst, a  professor in tho Medical school, wad  pitcher on the varsity nine, aud James  A. Tyng was catcher. They made a  wonderful battery.  Thayer noticed that the more freedom given the pitcher the greater became the* risk of tho catcher,   One day  he let-a few into the secret.   He was  going to make a mask.    A few days  before tho Yale gatno of 187G he came  on the field with It   Save for the fact  it was made more heavily, it was much  : similar to the masks in use today.  i    Thayer  attached it to Jim  Tyng's  bead, and from that moment the mask  entered baseball.   At first the players,  other than those in the varsity, and  .the spectators were inclined to ridicule  it, and it caused no end of comment  when it was worn by Tyng at tho Yale  '��������� game that year.    Harvard won. and  two years later team after team adopted the mask.���������Boston Herald.  To Movo Picture������.  People .who stand I heir family, portraits against the walls while packing  and unpacking their household' goods  cause a great deal of broken glass,  scratches and dents. Tbo first thing  to be done when moving into your new  home should be to hang the pictures  any place in order to get them out of  the way without waiting to choose a  scheme of arrangement. This will  prevent a great deal of breakage and  other damage.-  England's Lord Chancellors.  The lord chancellor, uuder the early  English kings used to live in the  palace and bad a regular daily allowance, his wages, as it appeared  from ono of the records, being 5  shillings, a simnel cake, two seasoned  simnels, one sextary of clear wine, one  sextary of household wine, one large  wax candle and forty small pieces of  caudle. In the time of Henry 11. thti  modern treasury spirit appears to have  begun' to walk abroad, for In the records tho allowance of 5 shillings appears as if subjected to a reduction.  If he dined away from tbe palace and  was thereby forced to provide extras,  then indeed he got his 5 shillings. But  if ho dined at home ho was not allowed  more than 3 shillings and sixpence.���������  Loudon A jswers.  Cossack Troubadours.  Like tbe Spaniards, the Cossack������  have a class of troubadours who instead of walking from village to village ride on horseback with their guslj  and give performances of music and  song in front of houses. They are  treated with respect and rewarded  generously according to their talents.  Tbero are also women troubadours  among the Cossacks, ond thulr per-  - formances in the pleasant surroundings of a garden or in a street seen*  are impressive.  -New York Telegram.  Checker*.  Checkers is said by some lo be a rer.v  | old game, while others doclare it to he  i of     comparatively     modern     origin,  it   came   is   absolutely   mi-  Tho   game   \h   also   called  ml  there are mnny   varieties  English.. Polish,  Span-  Whence  known.  drafts, i  of It���������Chlncro,  fsh. Italian and Turkish. It Is also  foutnl among the native tribes of the  Interior of New Zealand.  A Huge Bridge  Tho largest, bridge ever exported  from England, and the largest but  ono ever built, l;->\lng a total length  of 5,325 feet, Is belnjj constructed  for use In India.  British Death Duties."  Death duties ou property In the  British isles, whether belonging to natives or foreigners, are progressive,  ranging upward from 1 per cent o������  estates of tho value of between $500  aud $2,000, 2 per cent between $2,500  and $5,000. ''��������� per cent between $5,000  and $25,000 and 15 per cent on estates  of $5,000,000 and over.  There arc also luguey nnd succession  duties, varying In percentage.  ."What docs autosuggestion mean?1  asked Biuks.  "That's when your wife begins fc-  flguro out how much yon and youi,  family would save in car faro If yoai  had tour own midline," replied JiukA1 THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  r ���������  It ':-  In.  U  il  Dominion Exporters Forming Independent   Sale  Centre in London-  A London dispatch says it stated  that a movement is on foot among  those concerned with the sale of  Canadian apples in the London  market to break down the combine  which exists among London dealers  under which Canadian apples are  sold practically at any price the  combine chooses to fix. Arrangements are being made on behalf of  the apple shippers of New Brunswick, Ontario and British Columbia  to institute an "independent sale  centre in London solely ror Canadian apples.  Investigations also are being  made into the allegations that recent consignments of apples have  been tampered with wholesale at tbe  port of "entry, inferior articles of  English growth being mixed in  large numbers -with the genuine  Canadian apples.  found guilty of the offense, and sentenced to two months at hard labor  in the Nelson 'jail. Chief Savage  took the prisoner to Nelson on Monday.  In the first hockey game of'the  season in the Boundary league, at  Phoenix on Monday night, Phoenix  defeated Greenwood by a score of 5  goals to 3. '- -     *      '  HANSEN 8 GO  COT BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  ?"1 Gait Coal  Lour  N  ow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Sture  TeIiKphonks;  Offick, Rfi6 pfpof Cfrppt  Hansen's IlKsmBNCE.R38 IU������" <J������oCl  Phoenix elected the-following city  officers for the coming year by acclamation: Mayor, D. J. Matheson;  aldermen, George Rogers, A. D.  McKenzie, W. J. Pendergast, II.  M. Kane, Theodore Biner and D. J  McDonald.  Mrs. C. A. Wallace arrived in the  city on Tuesday from Spokane for a  few days' visit.' This morning she  returned' to Spokane,' where the  family is spending the winter  months!!  SECOND STREET; NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand.  Highest market/price paid for live  stock," '  PHONE 58. and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  C. Brau,|a- resident of the West  end, was arrested on Saturday on a  charge of wife-beating. At his trial  before   Judge ^Cochrane,   he    was  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND.    ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIEJS STORE  PHONF 64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  NEW- HARNESS  I have re-opened a harness   shop- at my  old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture -  New Harness E^iL^An  work guaranteed.  harness repairing^  Your patronage is solicited.  dA Happy and Prosperous New Year to  Thanking all our Customers for  Past Favors and hoping to receive a continuance of the same.  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear V  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  cyill Its ���������Branches  BOUNDARY  TRUST &  INVESTMENT CO., LTD  Established 1901.  First Street  GIVE "SYRUP OF PIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach,, liver  and bowels.  Look   at  the   tongue,   mother!     If  coated, your little one's stomach, liver  and  bowels  need  cleansing at once."  When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  sleep, eat'or act naturally, or is feverish,   stomach   sour,   breath   bad;   has  sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give  a teaspobnful of "California Syrup of  Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,,  constipated   waste,    undigested   food  and sour bile gently moves out of its  little bowels without griping, and you  have a well, playful child again.   Ask  your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of  "California Syrup of Figs," which contains full   directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups.  toiler  ima������mim<a  Burns' Reply  A - poem by Robert Burns, not  published - in any volume of thp  Scottish bard's poeme, is in thp possession of Mrs. John Moffatt, of- St.  Andrew's, says the Dundee Courier.  Burns had been invited by the nobleman to go with a'party on an excursion to Bass Rook, and on returning to the nobleman's castle  had been sent to the servants' hall  to dine^ When the lord and his  guests . had finished dining above  stairs, they sent for Burns to entertain the company. Burns wrote  the following poem and presented it  to his host, then turned on his heel  and-retired:   ���������  My lord, j would not fill   your   chair,  Tho' ye be proudest noble's heir.  I come this night to join ��������� your   feast,  As equal of the best at least.       **  'Tis true that cash with me   is   scant,  And titles trifles that I want.  The king has never made me kneel  To stamp my manhood with  his   seal.  Rut what of that?   The King on high  Who-took'less pain with you than   I,  Has fitled my bosom and iuv mind  With something better of its kind  Than    your    broad    acres,  something  which  I can not well translate to speech,  But by its impulse. I can know    .  'Tis deeds, not birth, that make  men  low.  Your rank,'try lord, is but a l'<an,  BIG SURPRISE TO MANY  IN GRAND FORKS  Local people are . sur|irisc:d at I'Iip  QUICK results leueiverl from simple  buckthorn bark. glvceriinj, etc, as  mixed in Adler-i ka, tlie German rem  ciiy ������ hich became famous by cuiinir  appendicitis. Wood hind & Quinn.  druggist^, state that this simple remedy draws off such a surprising amount  of old foul matter from the body that.  A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour  stomach, gas on the stomach and con  stipation INSTANTLY.      -.'"  The Arcadian Malleable Non-Breakable Range is not made of cheap coke  steel, Sit of the best Charcoal Iron Plates, and its castings are not made of  common gray iron, but of the Highest Quality of Malleable Iron. .  Malleable Iron is the ideal material for a practical, durable and economical  range.--. Owing to, its close, dense and compact texture, it is better fitted to  resist the strain of heating and cooling. It possesses great strength.  Charcoal Iron, of which the best and largest steam boilers are made, in  order that they may endure the greatest strain, is what is used for the body of  the Arcadian Range. This "charcoal iron has a density and fineness of grain  which gives it great'power of resistance against rust and crystalization, making  it practically indestructible.  A pure asbestos mill-board is used to line the flues and other parts of the  range.   It is held between a sheet of charcoal iron and the charcoal iron body.  All joints of the Arcadian Range are riveted so closely and solidly and  with such skill that they are as tight as a locomotive boiler and will never  open from expansion or contraction.  MEETS THE NEEDS OF THE HOME OF TODAY  ILLER'������GARDNER  ��������� Armson the shoe man h.as removed  to his new "stand, corner Bridge and  Fi.'Ui-th streets, '  But    mine,    thank   heaven, is all my  ��������� own. '    -  A peasant, 'tis my pride to b������;  Look round and round your hall   and  see  Who" boasts a higher pedigree.  I was not fit, it seems, to dine  With those fox-hunting heroes, fine,  Bub only came to bandy jests  Among your lordships hopeful guests.  There must be here some had mistake.  T would not play for such a. stake.  Be a buffoon for drink,and meat,  And a poor earl's tax-paid seat  No, die my heart ere such a shame  Descends on Robert Burns' name.  Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Rangps.' E. C. Peckbam,  Second-hand Store.  IT  L MAKE'-YOU  HAPPY  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR    .  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  Girls! Try Itl Hair gets soft, fluffy antf  beautiful���������Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine.  If you caro for heavy hair that glistens with beauty and Is radiant wiili  life; has an incomparable softness and  Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine  Just one application doubles the  beauty of your hair, besides it imme  diately dissolves every .particle of  dandruff. You can- not have nice  heavy, healthy hair If you have  dandruff. This destructive scurf robs  the hair of its lustre, its strength and  its very life, and if not overcome it  produces a feveristiness and itching of  the scalp; the hair roots famish,  loosen and die; then the hair falls out  fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of  Knowlton's Danderine from any drug  store and just try it.  -  No need having piles any longer!  No need of suffering another day!  Steam's Pile Remedy (complete with  tube) will help you or IT COSTS YOU  NOT   ONE   CENT.  This remedy is a combination of the  lately discovered, high-priced Adrenalin Chloride with other powerful curative principles, and IT STOPS THE  PILE  PAIN   IN ONE MINUTE!  So" sure are we that Steam's Pile  Remedy will benefit you that we will  REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are  not satisfied.  @ This is the only pile remedy that  wo can guarantee and we know you  will thank us for telling, you about it.  We have the exclusive agency.  WOODLAND  &  QUINX.  eo.  asisie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  of Every Description  Bridge Street  rand EorRs, B. G.  We .  New Year  -  The majority  of cases of sickness are caused     -  by -unsanitary plumbing.    Avoid  this risk by \  . having your plumbing, work  done  by  J. F. KRAUS  Heating and Sanitary Engineer  PHONE 130 *      GAW BLOCK, WINNIPEG AVE  A SPECIALIST WHO CURES  Many so called specialists make  extravagant- statements about their  methods and cures. My record of  JG years' experience in this treat  merit of all chronic, nervous, and  special ailments of men is sufficient  proof of my ability to affect a cure,  when a'cuae is possible.  , No man can afford   to   consult  any but the best in regard to  his  physical welfare."    Life and  hap  piness depend on good health.    I  have cured thousands of men aud  I  can cure you, if your  case is  curable.  MY OFFER! Absolutely free expert medical examination and consultation. Absolute guarantee of complete cure of every case I undertake, and moderate price.    Call on or write for booklet to  >.-..   210 Howard Street, Spokane  DR.-KEILEI  ���������������������������m  .*m  "C- ,  - li. iiiiii|i..iiiiini  mnranngm


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