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 >J',.U\X6gislati.ve Library s;^*'  ri'j  Kef;le Valley  O'rchardist  THIRTEENTH YE^R--No. 37  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  It Is Believed.-in.^pme Quar-  - ters That McBride'May  -Beat Borden to It '  'Ottawa-,   July    4.���������:.A"dvices   received   here   today are to the effect,  .that a provincial election in    British  Columbia is talked of for August.   ,  a -.  "* ISxcept for-the trip* of the ministerial party to4he northern sections  of the province, there are no suiface  indications   of   an   impending elec-  ��������� tion.    Premier   McBride,   hovvever,  ��������� li is m.ide a practice"*)/ going to the  country considerably before the  term of the assembly expires. He  took office . in June, 1903, and. his  first general election took place in  the fall. '.. Subsequently elections  were held a&follows:- January, 1907;  November, 1909; March, 1912. The  '. present house, therefore, has been in  existence but little over half-its term  and has held but   two sessions.    A  general   election   in   August vyould  mean a considerable   shortening-.of  -   the already somewhat brief interval  -.. between.,such   appeals,' to   which  ;���������' ;s rB,ritisb.;-C6lumbJa-..has  become ac-  ,?r >;>cusfotfted.Tr .'AVrecentr re poTt~*frorn-  '^" Ottawa'stetecUba.tther Dominion gov  y >ernment;would:;go{to the country-in-  the' fall if the results^in "Ontario.and  Manitoba proved  satisfactory., Pos-  . sibly Premier McBride   is  taking  a  leaf out of. Sir   Robert's  book   and  beating the prime minister to it.  Granby smelter. Some samples  from the stope of the Union mine  which A. J. Fee subjected to an-assay ran from $300 to 8500 per ton,  the gold values . being heavy. Mr..  Johnson 'and his associaics set to  work to develop the mine out of its  own . earnings, rather than waste  time in endeavoring to interest capi-  taffnrex'tensive development. -��������� T|>e  Fee brothers, who h--ive owned ' the  Maple Leaf group for the past ten  years,.are contemplating work on-  their own property, which directly  adjoins the;Union claims.  "As-a result.of the mining actiyi  ty at the Franklin camp,' the C.P.R"  is said to be considering building a  light line to the camp At present  the ore has to be hauled by team a  distance of twenty milts to a ship  ping point "  Profitable Farming  The United States department of  agriculture assigns the following-as  vital factors of the profitableness of  farming: (1) Low real estate prices.  (2) Farm products of classes deficient in supply. (3) Magnitude of  the farm business, measured either  by land farmed or amount of labor  required. (4) High quality of products. (5) Reputation of the producer���������applies especially to the  production of pure-bred breeding  stock. (6) Advantageous marketing.  (7) Productiveness of animals kept.  (8) Largest yield with relatively  little labor and fertilizer. ,(9) Low  cost of production���������involves good  firm organization. (10) Stability  of profit depends on the staple char  ncter of theproducts.". '.'���������'"'���������'  Activity at Ffanklin Camp  The Vancouver Province prints  the following regarding operations at  Franklin camp:    -  ''Considerable mining activity.in  the Franklin camp on the north  fork of the Kettle river is reported  by .A. J. Fee, of. Vancouver, who is  in the camp looking after the work  on the Maple Leaf group of claims,  owned by himself and his' brother,  J. B, Fee, of Vancouver,  "Mr. Fee says that the-Union  mine, on which the owner, Lewis  Johnson,   and   his friends   started  ;   work last summer, has  uncovered a  high   grade: copper   ore, and , that  'i.shipments are daily made"from the  Union mine.- Over 100 horses are-  engaged on the ore lead and in ship-  iiping ore/to Lynch.creek, a  distance^  of 20 miles, from whence it is taken  by the Kettle Valley railway to the  Between September 1, 1913, and  June 6, 1914, -the Borden government was compelled to borrow no  less than ������18,500,OUO. Taking'a  pound as equal to $4.87, the total  borrowings have amounted to the  enormous sum of $90,095,000 in the  period in question. Taking the  population of the Dominion as an  ���������"even-8,000,000'-the'goverh'meritin ten'  'months has increased the indebtedness of .the country by an amount  equ-il to- inore than $11 for every  man,-woman and child. Put. in still  another "way, the reckless- extravagance and "wastefulness of Premier  Borden and bis colleagues has  brought an increase in Canada's indebtedness equal to nearly $60 for  every average Canadian family.  And this is the government which  promised care and economy in the  administration of  Canadian   affairs.  Court  of   Appeals Decides  ' -Against Olaim of Koma': '  . gata Maru Hindus  Black Walnuts for Hens  A lady who lives near St. Clair,  111., and is a successful poultry  raiser, says that she secures winter  eggs by feeding her chickens black  walnuts. Their farm has many  walnut trees. They crack up sometimes a bushel at a time for the  hens, which industriously pick out  every kernel, thus securing the rich  oily food needed at this season and  getting the exercise'of picking among  the shells. The rich, nut meals  serve the same purpose as animal  meats for the hens.  - 'The appeal of "the Hindu passenger on the KomagataMaru, Munshi  Singh, to the British Columbia court  of appeals has failed, and the 352  immigrants on board the ship .will  have to return with their leader,  Gurdit Singh, to the place from,  which they came. The order-in-  council under which the immigration board of .inquiry in the cases of  the Komagaia's passengers have  been acting are dtclared to be valid  in every'particulur. Except in the  cases of persons who are Canadian  citizens or have a Canadian domicile  tqere is no power in any court to re  view or quash any order made by_ a  board of inquiry, as set out in section 23 of the Immigration act.  On all these points the five members of the .court, Chief Justice  Macdonald, Hon, Justices-,Irving,  Martin, Galliher and McPhillip_s  were unanimous.  Mr. Justice McPhillips, in closing  .his written;ju,dgment,v.-said he .was  of opinion that the court could make  the pronouncement that Canada is  a nation, complete in herself, with  power to pas any law which the im  periai parliament may pass-and implement such statutes, and that parliament having acted in a national  crisis, all that remained for .the  court to do, is to see that the law is  carried out.  Smith Curtis, one of, the leading  politicians of the Boundary and  Kootenay districts during pioneer  (lays, arrived in the city last Saturday from Savona fjr a brief visit.  Mr. "Curtis was minister of mines  in Joe Martin's three months', government in 1899. He was given an  auto rifle around the valley, and expressed surprise at the development  of the district When- nut otherwise  engaged while here, he kept busy  talking polities Hi> left for Vancouver Wednesday noon.      ,  METEOROLOGICAL  Charles Brown, of Vancouver, arrived in the city last Friday, and  spent a week visiting friends here.  He still owns some real estate in the  city and the valley Mr. .Brown  was formerly the leading spirit in  the Boundary Iron Works, and  while he resided here he erected  three or four of the lust residences  in the city, which are now couspic  uous monuments of his enterprise.  He also served one term as alderman in the city council.  TLY K1LLEI  Buried Under a, Fall 01 Rock  and 0round in the Granby Mine.  \V. H. Beach, the enterprising  Christina Lake merchant who built  a.private telephone line" from the  lake to.Cascade, has a deal pending  for the sale of the line. Mr. Beach  says that if the deal is consummated  he will put on a first class, excursion  steamer on the lake, as he has abundant faith that Christina lake will  become the greatest summer resort  in southern British Columbia before  many years.  The  following  is   the   minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day   during   the   past   week, as recorded by the government thermom  eter on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Mia.     Max  July   3���������Friday  53 96  4���������Saturday   .... 58 77.  5���������Sunday,  do 82  G���������Monday  49 90  7���������Tuesday  49 93  8���������Wednesday... 53    ���������       92  9-Thursday  52 95  Indies  Rainfall ;.   0.00  The city band rendered its first  open air concert of the season on  the grounds adjoining the public  school on Wednesday evening. The  program,.which was a varied and  lengthy one, was much appreciated  by the large number of citizens who  were present.  A. B. Tweddle, of the department  of agricultural, Victoria, was a visitor in the city on Tuesday.^ Mr.  Tweddle was formerly engaged in  the uursery and fruit growing business in this city.  The collier Storstod, which  rammed and sank the C P.R steamer Empress of Ireland at Father  Point recently, was sold on Tuesday  in the admiralty court at Montreal  for $175,000. It is understood that  the purchasers were the original  owners. The Stor3tad was held as  security for damages in the sum of  $2,000,000, the action having been  brought by the Canadian Pacific  railway, owner of the Empress,  against the collier's owners.  Premier Asquith stated in the!  house of commons last Monday that'  "the proposals for. the reforming of:  the.house of fiords. wdlrld be.pre-;  sen ted to the. '.commons -before: the'!  end "of the session, j  jinny  Chambers is   acting'city ���������  electrician during   Fred   Anderson's  vaca"ti"o'n.'""'" '' ~" '' '"'     ���������   -���������  Miss Dinsmore, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs". W. H. Dingmore, of the  West end, arrived home the first of  the \yeek from Victoria, where she  is attending college.  C. A. Mix visited Phoenix yesterday.  Large tract of good valley farming land just thrown open for free  settlement in Oregon. Over 200,000  acres in all. Good climate, rich  soil, and does not require irrigation  to raise finest crops of grain, fruit  and garden truck. For large map,  full instructions and information,  and a plat of several sections of exceptionally good claims, send $3.40  to John Keefe, Oregon City,Oregon.  Three years a U. S. surveyor and  timberman. An opportunity to get  a good fertile free homestead near  town and market.  Next Wednesday will be Boundary day at the Nelson Chabko  Mika celebration, and Mayor Gaw  has proclaimed the day a civic holiday in Grand Forks.  C. B Peterson, who returned last  week from an auto trip to the Simif-  kameen, states that the roads in the  Grand Forks district are in far bet-,  ter shape than in any other section  through which he passed.  A   fall   of  ground   in the Granby  mine at Phoenix on Sunday  mom-:  ing caught three men and an electric  ore   tram   in   No. 2   tunnel of   the  mine. J. F. MoDougall and William  Tat hum, two shift bosses, and'Frank  Riordan,   motorman, were the   victims   About 1000 tons of earth   and  rocks covered the men   and   electric  cars.    The    news    spread     rapidly  through   the   camp,   and  in a short  time the entire, hill" was   covered   by  anxions people     As soon as the  accident occured the Granby   official1-,  with CM.   Campbell,   superintendent, at their head, began    the    most  strenuous   efforts   to   remove    the  ground and put   their   big   electric  shovel at work, as well as every man  that could be used.    Mr. McDougalP  has been with the Granby  company  for nearly twelve years; Mr. Tatham  has   been   a   resident of  the camp  since   it   was., opened, and   leaves a-,  family, and -Mr.-'���������Riordan haf^been  with the company for a   long  time.  The bodies were not recovered until   Monday night.   The first body  removed from the debris was that of  Motorman   Riordan, the   head   and  legs being nearly severed  from   the  'body      A few hours of work by  the  Granby    people   then   revealed the  body   of   Shift   Boss    Frank     Mo  Dougall, which was not   badly   disfigured, but it took from early morning   on    Monday   until   about midnight to get the body of  Shift   Boss  Tatham,    and    then   only in a very  mangled condition.  The cave in of No. 2 tunnel has  practically put the Granby mine out  of business for a week or ten days,  as it will require that length of time  to remove the caved earth and put  the tunnel and electric -equipment  in shape.  Henry McIlwaine,of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce staff, Cranbrook,  arrived in the city on Wednesday to  spend his vacation with his parents,  Mr.1 and Mrs. A. Msllwaine.  When members of a family ijiiarrul,  a lot of truth leaks out.  What matter if a girl's   completion  is poor when her father is rich.  Miss Ida Gaw,   daughter   of   Mr. j  and   Mrs.  Robert   Gaw,    who   has  been attending school   at   Kingston,  Ont , for the past two years, arrived  home the first of the week. j  Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. Glossop, of j  Kettle Valley, were visitors in the j  city on Wednesday. j  Mrs. Dougherty, of the North1  Fork, loft Thursday for Spokane,1  where she will undergo an operation. '  (!. M. Fripp-'made a business,trip  to Onivilli- the first of the week.'  Protection and Corruption  Probably in no other country in  the empire have the interests of the  democracy been so studiously neglected by their chosen representatives in parliament, and a supreme  proof of that neglect is the miserable, sordid story of political chicanery and intrigue which envelops the  history of the Canadian tariff since  confederation. Today it is safe to  assert that.a very large proportion of  the politicians of both sides of the  house at Ottawa are vitally interested in stifling all attempts to raise the  economic issue.���������Grain Growers'  Guide.  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  li. R. Gilpin, customs oflicer at this  port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts at the  various sub-customn offices, as reported to the chief office in this city,  for the month of-June, 1914:  Grand  Forks....'......;......  $4,283.77  Phoenix         750.5!  Cascade ......:         I 20.s I  Carson. "........;....'        I (KM  o  1  a  T.ita.1   ."..-is *i  THE SUN, GRAXD FORK'S, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ib'?^  t- Persecute  your Bowels  Cut out'catliartlcs and purgatives.   They sr������  brut.il--harsh~unnecei.6ar}-. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  I'tirrly vegetable. Act  Ifrntly on tlielivrr,  eliminate l)ile,aiid  ioolhetliedeli-  i-atcmembrnnc  uflhebowel.  Cure Con-  stipalion,  llilhus-  ntis, _.   _       i  Sick Headache and Indigestion, as millions knovr.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  FOREST  FIRES   MINIMIZED  So-operative  Protection  Has  Prevented Large Losses  -'Tho forest-fire loss   on" Dominion  Forest-Reserves in "Western  Canada  was  smaller  during  the  last  season  ���������than ever before.   , On several of the  reserves in Manitoba' and Saskatche:  wan fire occasioned no damage whatever, and on the Dominion" reserves  /:n the  Railway Belt, B.C., the only  green timber, injured by Are was four  ��������� icres of young lodgepole pine.   Even  on the  Rocky  Mountains  reserve In  Alberta,   with   the  immense   area  of  J.3,373,856 ceres, most of which is remote from settlement, fire destroyed  -only 1,150 acres   of   young    timber,  whose present value was small, and  mature  timber to the value of $150.00.  -   The total area burnt on this reserve  was but two  one-hundredths of one  t>er cent of the above acreagge, and it  is likely, when the reports are complete from the other reserves, which  are  smaller and usually 'better protected, that the aggregate area burnt  over by fire will be no greater than  one  one-hundredth of  one  per  cent  of the total reserved area.   The significance   of  this figure  Is. apparent  by comparison "with  the corresponding figure for the National Forests in  the United State-s,   where   the   area  burnt over by fire in 1913, although J ish,  admittedly the    smallest   in    recent  years, was about 0-03 per cent .of the  total area.  That -the 'fire loss on Dominion reserves in the West has been so remarkably small is due in large measure to the fact that the Government  rangers unceasingly sought, and obtained, the co-operation of all with  whom they came in contact, whether  settler, . Indian, hunter, tourist or  packer.' The new fire-posters ask for  this co-operation instead of demanding it as.previously;* a plea for it is  printed on railway time-tables and  Dn hunting licenses; it Is secured  from homesteaders by providing them  with fire-fighting tools and by connecting rural telephone lines with ranger  Btations on forest reserves, and even  che Indians, many of whom were careless with fire, are now induced to  assist in its prevention by being pre-  Bented honorary metal badges by the.  Dominion Government. Carelessness  i's the chief cause of forest fire and by  Its elimination the greatest difficulty  !n forest fire protection is overcome.  A MATTER OF COLOR  C.P.R.  Supplies Cooks    and   .Waiters  With Complexions tc Match Dining  Cars  The C.P.R. has disclosed  a subtle ingenuity in advertising; nor did this suffer impairment in a' comparatively recent'instance.-  The company wanted,  to bo exact, 070 cooks and waiters fox-  its dining-car service last spring,   ,-lt  has tried the   American    cooks    and  waiters  by  the  painful  hundred and  found them "unreliable.     It determined to   advertise   in the '"Big Smoke."  London is    unlhiiikably    cosmopolite.  Every race under heaven has its representatives  in  the  world's  metropolis.  Ir.  a  delicate  way  the  company  announced that it wanted a certain number of fair-haired people and an equal  number of dark "comploxioned" individuals.   The papex-s began to write  about the "red-haired dining-car," and  "black-haired  dining-car"  to  such  an  extent as to cause nothing short of a  "thrill" in the general breast.   " And  the requisite-number x-esponded���������to be  exact, Indeed, there were at least 2,000  pex'sons, at one time or another, who  applied.     There was a sevei-e weeding  process, with the result that the requisite." number were employed and shipped out���������fair  and  dark-complexioned  men���������to harmonize with the setting of  the particular car to which- each shade  of color should be confined.   And it'is  the fact that the C.P.R. desires, in its  aesthetic way, to produce in each dining car what might be called a synthesis as to the color and'height and general appearance of tho men���������the idea  being in decorations and general ensemble to present a harmonious whole  for the delectation of the passengers.  The point of interest   is this ��������� that  whereas the American cooks and waiters who had aforetime been employed by the company were for the most  part unreliable, leaving after two or  three months'  employment, .the men  found in London remainedNthe   whole  season; and at this moment of the entire number 500 arc still in the employment of the company.   Some left  to better themselves; a few went back  but the greater bulk are at work quite  contented, as the commissioner sent  out recently "Answers" and who talked with the men, avouches.     These  men are Swiss,   Scandinavians,   Ger  mans to some slight degree, and Brit-  The Swiss speak at least three  languages, and are most adaptive. This  matter of help on the dining cars is  one of the serious ��������� problems   to   be  faced     by    W. .A.      Cooper,     the  manager of of the sleeping and dining  car service���������the difficulty of getting  and then retaining the right men; but  the   experiment of   going   to London  and advertising for them has proved  an unqualified success.   It seems uu-  thinkably remote to consider the big  posters' of the early days which announced, rather riotously, the advantage of the C.P.R. in the matter of gas-  tronic enjoyment.   The delicate aesth-  eticlsm which the company now pi-o-  vides marks  the apogee of advance  and elaboration.      , ':'.".  ? /������ nasal  breathing  impaired?- Doss your throat  get husky  or clogged?  Modern science proves that  these symptoms result from run  down health. Snuffs and vapors  are irritating and useless. You  shouldbuildyourgeneral health  with the oil-food in Scott's  Emulsion-its nourishing  powers will enrich and enliven  the blood, aid nutrition and assimilation and assist nature to  check the. inflammation and  heal the sensitive membranes  -which are affected.  Scott's Emulsion  will raise your  standard of health  to correct catarrh.  Shan alcoholic mixtures  and insist on SCOTT'S  Too   Much   for   Father  ��������� In,tlio country is a youngster who in  the terror of his parents on account.of  the questions lie can ask.- He is a .human interrogation point. .  One day last week.be caught a.caterpillar, and as' usual, was-tormenting  tho life out of the father about it.  Pater is a. schoolmaster, and "used-to'  the manifestations of-his offspring's  intellect; but finally ho gave way.under the fire of .questions; and informed the youth that school hours'. foYthe  day were over. "       / "      -'..   .,..���������'  Silence follower* for a minute, and  then came,.appealingly:  .Papa, I'want to know just'one moi*e  thing. '  Well? ' , ��������� "   .    \  How did the wiggle on the caterpillar.come to bo ax-ranged?  The father collapsed.'  Asthma Cannot Last when the  greatest of all asthma specifics is  used Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy assuredly deserves this exalted  title. It has countless cure:, io-its.credit which other preparations had failed  "to benefit. It bringo" help to even  the most severe cases and brings the  patient to a condition.of blessed re-"  lief.' Surely suffering' :from- asthma  is needless when- a rexn'edy llko .this,  is so easily secured.  Pessimists have been co->verted to  optimism through, the simple .faith of  i child.  . In Little Blotches. ScratchingCaused  ft to Spread. Hands Had to Be  Tied,-Cried Day and Night. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured.  *  Enniskillen, N. B. ��������� "The trouble started  then my baby waa four months old. Her  Aead, neck and shoulders wore a mass of  ���������ores. They broke out at first; la little  blotches, only watery, which the child  scratched and caused to spread and form  a mass of sores. Her hands had to bo tied  to keep her from scratching the sores. Tho  eczema caused her to Itch and burn and to  be cros3 and peevish. She was disfigured  for tho time she had it. She cried day and  night from tho Irritation. Neighbors said  'she would never bo cured.  "She was given some medicine to take  Inwardly but without success. Then a  friend told mo to try Cuticura SoSp and  Ointment which I did. I washed the child  with Cuticura Soap, dried well, then applied tire Cuticura Ointment every day and  in a week's time tho burning sensation left,  the child scratched no more, and when she  was eleven months old she was completely  cured." (Signed) Mrs. John J. McCann,  Nov. 27, X912.  Although the Cuticura Soap and Ointment are most successful In tho treatment of  affections of the skin, scalp, hair and hands,  they are also most valuable for everyday  Use in the toilet, bath and nursery, because  they promote and maintain the health of the  ftkln and hair from infancy to age. Sold by  druggists and dealers everywhere For a  liberal free sample of each, with 32-p. book,  Mnd poat-cifd to Potter Drug & Chcxn."  Corp., JDepO. 1), Boston, U. 8. A.  Larger Yields per Cow  '"During'���������these short winter days  when many cows are dry, ��������� and the  cows that are milking are not giving  very much, would it not be wise to lay  plans for improvement of the dairy  herd? Seeing that the average  household consumer a fair quantity  of milk daily all through winter, and  seeing that the Ice cream trade is not  by any means dead during the cold  months, Is it not a pity that there is  not more good milk and sweet cream  available? Current prlces: and good  demand should prove an Inducement  to a large number of producers to go  in more ^strongly -for -winter dairying.  " "Some of the variations iii ���������yields' are  very marked; it is a''-common"thing  month after month to find groups of  cows" in 'four .adjacent -flections ���������averaging one hundred pounds of milk difference, : for instance, from ' 4 50 ���������<������������������ by  even-stages of 100 up to 760 pounds.  Many of "these poor cows ������ould easily  be giving, under, better, conditions of.  feed and care, another three or four  pounds of fat each per mpnth; after  a year or two at cow testing the herds  will probably average, as many : already have done, considerably more of  an increase than that, even as much  as"' forty or forty-five pounds in the  year extra per cow.  Dwarf Plants and Monstrous Flowers  Mr. J. A. Urban,- professor of chem-  istery at the Sorbonne, bas had the  idea of making seeds germinate after  having deprived them of their albumen.     Thus, \y bis own will, he obtains ^monstrnus     vegetables.       His  work is retui-ned in a paper read before the Academy of Sciences by tiie  eminent professor of botany, M. Gaston Bonner.     Evidently the albumen  oi a seed is not its essential part; albumen is only an elementary reserve  destined to feed the young plant until  its radicle has become strong enough  to seek for its own food.   But can the  young plant do without this alimentary reserve, M. J. Urbain shows that,  if put to the test, it can do so, but not  without suffering from this privation..  M.   Urbain's   experiments   have   been  made with seeds of the Palma Christi,  the poppy, etc.   These seeds deprived  of their albumen germinated like noi-;  mal seeds, but produced dwarf, stunted plants with modified leaves and often monstrous deformed flowers. This  research .of M. Urtain -goes to prove  the possibility of creating monstrous  plants at will.  In the same wa. the late Camille  Dax-esle pi'oduced, at will, monstrous  chicken by interfering with the normal evolution of the egg, either by varnishing a part of its surface, or by exposing it to a too strong heat.  Husband (shaving)���������Mother the razor! -  Wife���������What's the matter now? You  are dreadfully ill-tempersd. .  Husband���������.''Je rr lor is abominably  dull! - ���������   ���������' .  _ wife���������Dull? , Why, I ripped up an  old skirt with it yesterday and it cut  beautifully.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria  ' Why Collections are Large  A pious old lady of our acquaintance  devotes the proceeds from the eggs  her hens lay on Sundays to tho church.  Fortunately for-the church nearly all  her hens were Sabbath-breakers.  Disraeli on Suffrage  As early as 1848 Mr. Disraeli said !n  the English House of Gommons:  In a country governed by a woman  ���������where you allow women to form part  of the other estate of the realm���������peeresses in their own right for example^  where you allow women not only to  hold land, but to be ladies of the manor and bold l3gal courts���������where a woman by law may be a church warden  and overseer of the"poor���������I-.do no't see  where she has so much to do with the  state and church, on what reasons, if  you coxne to right, she has not a right  tc vote. '  E������  Apply Zaai-B������fc to all  j wounds and sores and you  will be surprised how quickly  ft stops the smarting and  brings ease* It covers the  wound with, a layer of protective balm, kills *U poiaori  - fjerms already In the wound", and  prevent- others enlerfng. fta rich  , healing herbal essences then buJi  t������p-hom the bottom, fresh tbsuc������  a co la a wonderfully short time  the wound fa be&Ied]  ' Z������nBuk'������ popularity is based en merit  imitation* nevt r wo������k cprcar Be mire ond  Ret the real thlnp.   "Zem-Buk" l������ printed   j  - on every packet ol tho genuine.   Remse '��������� ]  ul othore, fiOo all drmftriote and stores at:  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  Weakest  Cog  What's the most liable to get broke  about your automobile?  The owner, repll  " Mr. Chuggins.  Anguish  Do you ever weep over a -story.  Sometimes, when I get it back from  the publishers.  Force of Habit  Crawford���������There is no doubt the  wise thing is to practice ocoaomy.  Crabshaw���������But this is an extravagant age, and we seem co be out of  practice.  ".?VSCHpQL"TEACHER6  YAlways Have Things W Learn  W. N. U. 960  There is a certain middle-aged bachelor in thlB town who makes it a practice never to give a tip at a restaurant or cafo. And he boasts that the  waiters think as well of him and that  [he never leaves a table without receiving every'attention, obsequious bows  and a "Thank you, sir," from the waiter who has served him.  One who doubted this recently did a  little gum shoe act after this tipless  customer last week, to see if he was  telling the truth. And, sure enough,  when the luncheon was finished and  the exact amount of the" check paid, all  the polite things happened.  Then the amateur detective approached the waiter.  That jnan gave you no tip? ho said.  No, sir, said the waiter.  And yet you said 'Thank you, sir,* in  a loud tone..  'Yes, sir. Do you think I want other customers to know that some people don't tip?  A Chicago hypnotist has opened a  school for book agents. Most of 'em.  are post graduates in that art.  A Minnesota college offers a course  in sausage making. The students will  certainly have a long grind ahead of  them.  '"For-rnany yearsl- had "need coffee  and refused to.be convinced of its bad  effect upon the human system." writes"  a veteran school teacher. (Tea is Just  as harmful because "it contains ��������� caf-.  feine, the same drug found in coffee)..  "Ten years ago I was obliged to give  up my much-loved work in the public  schools after years of continuous labor.  I had developed a well denied case of  chronic coffee poisoning.  "The troubles wero constipation,,  flutterings of the heart, a thumping in'  the top of my head and various parts  of my body, tv-Jtching- of my limbs,  shaking of head and, at timeB after  exertion, a general "gone" feeling, with  a toper's desire for very strong coffee.  I was a nervous wrec1: for years.  "A short time ago friends came to  visit us and they brought ;. package  of Postum with them, and urged me to  try it. I was prejudiced because some  years back I had drunk a cup of weak,  tasteless stuff called Postum which I  did not like at all.  "This time, however, my friend made  the Postum according to directions on  the package, and it won me. Soon  I found-myself improving in a most  decided fashion.  "The odor A boiling coffee no longer  tempts me.    I am bo greatly benefited  by Postum that if I continue to improve  | as "I am now, I'll begin to think I have  found the Fountain of Perpetual Youth.  This is no fancy letter trat: stubborn  facts-which I am=glad to make known."  Name given by Canadian Postum Co..  Windsor,, Ont-.   Write for a copy of  "The Road-to Wellville."  Postum now cornea In.two forms:  Regular Postum���������muot be well boiled. ���������-- ,.    ���������'-      .���������'".������������������ ������������������-  Instant Poetum���������Is a soluble powder. A teaspoonful dissolves quickly  in a cup of hot water and, with cream.,  and Bugar.makea a delicious beverage  Instantly. . Grocers Bell both kinds.'  "There's a Ren-.on" for Postum." ������������������'���������������������������'  -     HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot b3 cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.  We U.e un-' igncd havo known" F.-J.  .Cheney for the last IS years and believe  him per-JCtly honorable In all business  transactions and flnancia.ly able to curry  o'-' any obligation -. -de by his firm.      .  NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE  Toledo, O.  " Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,  noting directly upon the blooa and mucous surface? ~r the system. Testimonials  sent free. Prl-e 75 cents per bottle.  Sold   by   all   Druggists  Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation.  Ons Tilumph Lefi  Let women "ote, and trousers wear,  And carry canes, and crop their hair,  And give up chewin- gum and pins,  And copy all our swagger sins.  And all our ancient glories share,  And say "Ha. ha!" What do I care?  Let Women vote!  Their work with ours may well compare  In "competition-free and falx*.  B-t we are safe-fexcuse these, grins���������  They   can't  nrow  whiskers on   their  -.  chins."    .   .   . Y   "',     "������������������      "-_���������''-'  - Let-women   ,'te!;  The Wrong Parent -  -Teacher ��������� Tommy, next time you  are late bring an excusi   from your  father...  Tommy���������Who? Pa? Why he ain't  any good at excuses; ma finds him  out every time.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Colds,  EtO.  Reverse Not Trje  Scott���������A man .may be so effusively  pleasant with everybody that ho becomes a nuisance.  Mott���������True. But a man who endeavors habitually to make himself a  nuisance never succeeds by any accl������  dent in being pleasant.  Miller's Worm Powderi act so thoroughly that -ttomachic -.and. intestinal  worms are lltex-ally ground up and pass  from the child" without being noticed  and without inconvenience to the sufferer. They are-, painless and perfect  in action, and at all tim- ' will oe  found a healthy medicine, strengthening the inf-ntile stomach and- maintaining it in vigorous operation, so  that, besides being an effective vermifuge, they are tonical and health-giving in their effects.  Can't Spare the Time  BIx���������They say that wome^.are hardly ever stammerers.  Dix���������No; they have so much to say  that they can't stop for it.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  CURE INDIGESTION  Indigestion is ineof the .most common ailments of chlldheoi arid no other  ailment is mi.-e dangerous. '. Indigestion paves "the way to-many other complaints; .'Baby.'s Own T-ibxets "never  fail to - rexrio������o "childhood indigestion.  They.act as .gentle laxative; sweeten  the stomach; regulate the bowels an4  make the baby healthy and happy.-  Concerning them Mrs. Alphonse Pellit-  ier, St. Philippe ������Ie Neri, Quo., writes:  "I liLve used xJaby's Own Tablets for  indigestion with great success. They  have also proved successful in breaking up colic and simple fevers./ Th������  Tablets arc sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cer.ts a box from Th������  Dx\ Williams' Medicino Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  Grief  Man never   realizes   wha'.   mutual  sorrow'really is until he reads an editor's regrets.  Woman's Banger Signals  SI Hot flMhes���������dizmneas, fainting apells,  headache, bearing-down  IS ' feeling and ills of a kindred nature���������are nature's danger signals.  II The female disturbance or irregularity back of these calls for help,  )| should have immediate"care and attention.   Otherwise the delicate  || femal������ canstitution-soon breaks down.  for mow tbin 40 years fe������a boeti lending Its lealth Teetering aid to thoa-  *u*fo4A^������nmio*z*t**rye&i^r^on^iJslQ7tB\'fo.  Thii tro&dtrfolljr iucc������a������efalrem������iy imports (strength to the entire syst������m-~  " mrtfcslarly to tf������ of^toMdiitlrictll?iSaAofrA. Ntrrcs are mfrethed. lite "atalo?,  orenrerkad ba������Iri������ii woffiiii,'thonm-dowa hbtue-vifa, snd ths weary cara-wora  raotfc������rof a faimHy^all wlll'taln" steenffth'- from this turnout prescription vbtch;  40 7������ars has demoimitratSdlts effeethron������������s���������In liquid or tablet form.  ��������� ������������������������������������/��������� gosp by.- PEAueas aw BflEPiciyjES.      ���������-. i  mU������Dr:R:Y.Mn<*'eSpe*i*lUt<>at if* ImtalUt' Mold- ",.!���������.  C*m*pmnd*nc������ Striatic Ctmfidmatimi-mnil am chmmo. p  ������*. HsrsVe JW^aialaafl Pelkrts .togBlat* aaA favfsjprato atamaolt, hv������r^  ������*^:teto������leV'"������tai&������JrH^ to toko aa .Oim&f,'   "'im'tmmmmmmtmmu<m' , in      ii i  iiwiiuwi  IY  vmmtmmmammmmgmiam .ffHE SUN. GRAND FORKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  4^   V  ������  High Class 7% Bonds"that are ftoMaring. f;Series--$100, $500, $1000  INVESTMENT maybe withdrawn any timc'nftrr one year, on 60 days' notice.   Business at back  '-&   -     of these Bonds' established 28 years:-1-Send for speoial" folder and lull particulars.  CORPORATION/LIMITED ,   -  - _.   ��������� -....   .'.*-'        -        . Toronto, Canada  |t-,--       .   NATIONAL  SECURITIES  '.',;; Confederation Lifo Building,;.    '   ���������   .<-���������  '-' '4SVM 'Www! jOk'O ' *Kf TBBP -"''TsHstow^alBBPi! "Bf* ���������'���������"fci''' iflsi ->������������������'���������^iirv-  r  A HOUSEWIFE IS JUDGED BY HER KITCHEN.  FOR "A BRIGHT STOVE AND A BRIGHT  ���������i REPUTATION. USE 0LAO6C~ SCNIQHT.  ���������.    ���������-������������������'���������.:������������������,������������������ "'-' -  A P>i8TE | the.F FD alley S.ltd.INoDust  NoWisteI,.    Hamilton.Ont.    INoRust  -Y5-  W  a;  ���������M\  8i  Qr  A1  ���������3  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  Have a Special Crimp That  Makes Washing Very Easy.  Save '  -   Tims    ���������  and Temper  Are Easy  on Hands  and    Clothes  E  O  D  Y'  S  W  A  S  H  B  O  A  R  D.  8-  A Surprise Party  What was that party you voted with  years :.go?  You xneau tb������   one   with' all   tho  strange an' intex-esting   ideas?   asked  Farmer Corntossol.  - That describes it. .  . I dunno. - It wa3 jes' o:n of those  political surpx-lso parties somebody's  always getting up.  High and Low -".  Naturally the clergyman was annoyed when the waiter asked if the luncheon party would be High Church .or  Low-Church. What on earth'has that  to do with you? he demanded. A great  deal, sir, explained the waiter; if your  friends aro High Church I must' provide more wine; if low church, more  wittlcs!  HOW PEOPLE FEEL  When They Have  ������ Baal Lavr Simulation  GQLD WATCH FREE.!  i. straightforward esn*ron������  offer-(ran  an   established  firm.    We are rfrfiw away  Watches  to   thousand*    ot  people aU, over   the  worll- as'. ft . hats  adTertUemsnt,- - Now  Il   jroar-.rchai)<!e'  to  obtain on*. - Writ*  now,   eneloitcf   as  oentt for one- ot our  fuhlonabla Ciadtef'  Long     Onardf,��������� or  ���������, Gents'   Albarte,   Bent  carrlxe w������ld ta wear  with tbo watch, which  will   ba   airen   Free  (thue    wstohoj'  are  mirantooU live Tears),  .,. ahould rou tiVa ad*  ..��������� i rentage ot onr marred.  I������nj������ offer. Wa eueot'toB to tell roar ttlendi  fcboal' rji and ihow them the beautiful natch.  Don't think thlB oflor too good to bo trna, bat tend  SB; cents-to (Us- arid ralu a Free Watch.. Yon  vlll.be amazed - WILLIAM!! & LLOYD. \VhoTe������Ale  Javellera (Bast. H3), 80, Corairallli Road, London, N.,  Safland.  Its Origin _���������  Moses tapped the rock.  ;   Hitting the, hard stuff, eh? grinned  Whieeses, early ancestor *df "a" column  conductox-.'  (Minard's Liniment Cures~Distemper.--  Not Worth the Wear and Tear   -  The Beggar���������Dh, Lady���������a halfpenny  ���������but what a pity to open a beautiful  ' bag for such a trifle. -  Between Friends  Alice���������Somehow Jack cauuot seem  Co get up courage to propose.  Marie���������Perhaps he's afraid you'd  oay yes.  E=  Mrsi Hamilton Tells How She  Finally Found  Health in  Lydia ������. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Warren. Inrl���������"I was bothered ter-  sriblyTvitb. female weakness. I had pains  rnq and was not regular,  my head' ached all  the timo,I had bearing down' pains and  my back hurt me the.  biggest part of the  time, I was dizzy  and had weak feelings when I would  stoop ovex*, it hurt'  mo to walk any distance and I felt blue  and discouraged.  "I began taking*Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound and am now in  (joocbhealth; If it had not been for  that medicine r would have been in my  grave a long time ago."���������Mrs. Artie E.  Hamilton, R.F.D. No. C. Warren, Ind.  Another Case.  Esmond, R.I.���������"I write to tell you  (how much good your medicine has done  una and to let other women know that  there is help for them. I suffex-ed wi th  bearing down pains, headache, was ir-  yegnlar and felt blue and depressed all  Mistime. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound and commenced to  % sin in a short time and I am a well wo-  aaan today. I am on my feet from early  morning until late at night running a  boarding house and do all my own work.  I hope that many suffering women will  try your medicine. It make3 happier  Wives and mothers. "-^Mrs. ANNA HANSEN, Esmond, Rhode Island.  W. N..U. 990  On an Overhead Trolley  , The. street car conductor was very  impatient.. He was waiting for an  elderly and very stout lady to board  ;his car, when.she suddenly .exclaimed:  Conductor, conductor^ will I get "a  shock If I step on that rail?",  ..��������� He" quietly answered: No, lady, not  unless'you'put your other foot'on the  trolley wire.-  The Girl  ���������winners  What a change has taken place  within the last quarter of a century  in the method of life of the daughters  in the family! ' From the quiet and  secluded home the girls have &one out  to office, store or factory to mingle  with the great crowd of workers, and  whether by brain .or muscle, to feel  the strain and fatigue of tho breadwinner. . '  This revolutionary change in the  method of lifo has 'not proved beneficial -to health and vigoi-, and in the  surging crowd you find many a pale,  anaemic face, and. many an emaciated  figure.  The blood gets thin and watery, the  digestive system becomes deranged,  the appetite fails, and the starved  nerves tell of their condition by neuralgic pains and bodily aches. Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food is needed, and  nothing can .so quickly restore health  and vigor to the body and bring back  the healthful glow to the wan cheek.  Murphy was assistant cook on board  a trooper bound for India. The first  morning he forgot to-wash the boiler  out after breakfast, consequently there  were tea leaves on'the surface of the  soup when'". dinner was 'served.. To  clear himself of-tho blame ne went to  the i-espective -messes and. said:  If yez foind any tay leaves in the  soup you'll know. it's. mint.  In - a certain small English village  there were two butchers living on the  same'strcet. One placarded his sausage at one shilling a pound, and the rival promptly placed eight pence on his  card. Number .one; then placed a notice in his window," saying that sausages, under one shilling could, not'-be.  guaranteed. "Number two's response  to this was the announcement: I have  supplied sausages to the king. In  number one's wLidow the following  morning appeared an extra large card  bearing the words: .."God Save the  King."  An American motoring through a  small Scotch town was pulled up for  excessive speed.  Didn't you see that notice: Dead  Slow? inquired the policeman.  'Course I did, returned the Yankee,  but I thoxight it referred to your town.  .Gladys���������Jack is horrid! When wc  were but tonight a littlo bug flew right  into/.my, mouth and I asked him. of  what that was a sign.  ; Clytic���������What did ho say it meant?  Gladys���������That-1 should keep my  mouth shut. . '   ���������  Lydlafound her father in the library.  ., Father, she said, did Robert call on  you this morning?-.  ��������� Yes, he did, replied the father; but  I couldn't make much out of what he  said.  ,  What do, you moan?  Well, explained the old gentleman, I  understood him to say that he wanted  to marry me, and that you had enough  to support him, so I told him to go  home and write it out.  LIcbe Jugend  Teacher���������Tommy Slimson, have you  any good excuse for being late?  Tommy  (beaming)���������Yes, ma'am.  Teacher���������What is it?  Tommy���������Waffles'.  Tape worm is bred fi'om a parasite,  This parasite is a creature male and  female in one. It is of pear shape, having' two, four and six suckers. It lays  the eggs, which are only connected  together with slime. They develop  and form a body, which is the worm.  Each ' joint is an individual  having a sucker or mouth. The worm  grows much longer than the bowels  where it is located, and sometimes a  whole colony of them are found,  enough to fill a quart of solid worm,  and when put in a bucket of water  would apparently fill it. It is the  hardest task in the world to destroy  this parasite without doing injury tc  the Individual who may be s' unfortunate as, to have it, as- the -parasite  clings to the bowels, freeing itnelf  fimn the body of the, worm, and remains there to breed' another. It is  an internal demon, and causes its victim to suffer all the symptoms of disease imaginable. The cleverest physicians ax-e led to believe the patient  is suffering from some other disease  as nearly every person has different  symptoms. Some have been treated  for cancer of the bowels, consumption  of the bowels, consumption of the  lungs, chx-onic dyspepsia, nervous prostration, melancholia hypochondria, hysteria, inflammation of bowels, appendicitis, and other complaints, when one  or more;of these internal demons were  eating their lives away.  Prof. Mulveney has made the dis-'  covery to free the victim of this monster, without injury to the system, destroying the parasite as well as expelling the worm .with one dose of medicine without any previous starvation..  Visit his office, where be has in his  possession the most "wonderful collection of these death-dealing monsters in  the world, which have been expelled  from hundreds of people by his faxnous  remedy, some bottles containing colonies of worms, and anyone seeing them  cannot imagine how a person could  possibly live with them in his bowels.  It is surprising the number of people  that have them.- ' Thousands have  them and are not aware of the fact.  The letters and testimonials the Professor has in his possession are  enough to convince us of tl-is alarming  fact. Some of the most prominent  symptoms ai*e ravenous appetite, dizzy  spells, headaches, cramps i-> the bowels, a feeling of something moving in  the-bowels, also: a feeling as though  something: was crawling up tho throat.  The only certainty., of having,one in  the system is when segments or joints  are seen, which come away almost  any'. time. They are flat, and from  three-quarters of an inch to an inch  lona. which have often been mistaken  'for pin worms by those who do not  know the difference. There are many  other feelings of distress which would  take too long to enumerate., Strange to  say, some people of strong constitution  have very little distress.  Prof. Mulveney's world famous Tape  Worm Exterminator is safe, sure and  harmless. No starvation, no danger, is  not disagreeable to-take. One dose  nearly always effects a cure.'Further  information free. Send stamped  envelope or call at 167 Dundas  Street. Prof. R. L. Mulveney, Toronto, Ont.  ."SLIPPING   FOALS"  Or abortion, in times of some form.of distemper among your  brood marts can be stopped and other mares prevented from  loslny colts by using "SPOHN'S."   It cleans the whole body  from germs of disease, tones up the action of'all organs and  does'not "physic."    Give it to mares in foal or out, at any  time,  for it is absolutely safe at all times for all horses, at  all  ages and  under all  conditions.    It  is  well  to    give    the  ��������� CURK   several   weeks    before    foaling  time.    Also   safe  for  the baby coll.    All druggists.  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO., Chemists and Bacteriologists,  Goshen, Ind., U.L.A.  FARMERS  Can always mak* ������ur������ of netting the highest prices for WHEAT, OAT8,  BARLEY and" FLAX, Ly shipping their car lo'.s to FOR'., WILLIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE  WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS  ,, ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN-. EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG-  A Girl all Right  Mark Twain, so the story goes, was  walking on Hannibal street when he  met a woman with her youthful family.  So this is the little girl, eh! 'Mark  said to her as she displayed her chil-  drexx. And this sturdy little urchin  in the bib' belongs, I suppose, to the  contrary sex. - '  Yassah, the-woman.replied;- yassah,  dat!s a girl; too.  Minard's  Liniment Cures    Garget    In  Cows  '���������   - "  "Always a Hold-up  Bveiy time, a man tux-ns a-corner on  the road to success he bumps into a  toll-gate.  Phusible Sign  Gladys���������Jack is horrid! When we  were out tonight, a little bug flow right  into my mouth, and I asked him of  what that was a sign.  Clyde���������What did he say it meant?  Gladys���������That I should keep ^my  mouth shut.  Some Use for Him  Mr. -Beck Hall ��������� Good afternoon,  Miss Radcliffe. Going for a walk? I  hope I may accompany you?  Miss Redcliffe��������� Yes. Dr. Sargent  says we must always walk with some  object, ah"d; I- suppos e you will answer  the'purpose.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund money if  it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box.     25c.  Yes, it took me about six months  hard work- learning to work this aeroplane.  And what havo you got for j-our  pains?  Arnica.  It is said there is about $12,792,000,-  000 in the world. And 90 per cent of  the inhabitants control tho last six  figures.  No man or woman should hobble  painfully about because of corns when  so certain a relief is at hand as Hol-  loway's Corn Cure.    "  Children, said the teacher to his pupils, you should be able to do anything  equally well with either hand. With  a little practice you will find it just  as easy to do anything with ono hand  as it is with the other.  Is it? required the urchin at the  foot of the class. Let's see you put  your left hand in the right hand pocket of your trousers.  His Barometer  Odklns���������How can you tell that 'this  is going to be a strenuous winter?  Budkins���������That's easy! By the size  of my salary.  Ask the average man a simple question and ho will make a speech.  An Always Ready Pill.���������To those of  regular habit medicine is of "little concern, but the great majority of men  are not of regular habit. The worry  and cares of business prevent it, and  out of the irregularity of life comes  dyspepsia, indigestion, liver and kidney troubles as a protest. "' The rundown system demands a corrective  and there is none better than Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pills. They are simple in their composition and can be  taken by tho most delicately consti  tuted.  .  Suggestion by the Defence  Court (to prosecutor)���������Then you recognize this handkerchief as the one  which was stolen*  Prosecutox-���������Yes,-j-oxxr honor.  Court���������And yet it isn't the only  handkerchief of the sort in the world.  See, this one I ' ave in my pocket is  exactly like it.  Prosecutor- -Very likely, your honor,  there were two stolen.  Mrs. Ernest Hart, the woman scientist of England who discover d.the new  system of waterproofing which made  washable banknotes possible, is the  presiding genius iu a factory which  is erected in London to carry through  some'of the chemical processes sho  has perfected.  Tho supreme thrill and sensation of an Ocean voyage, the enjoyment of ttio luxurious surroundings, so comfortable and  oheerful, is doubly appreciated  when comfort la assured.  THE   OLD   RELIABLE  bushed 1840"  has an enviable reeord, well earned by Its- long experience and  maintained by Its- careful management.  Yon Would Do Well  when travelling, or If sending for  relatives or friends, to soe that  the pasRa.Ro 's booked via  CANADIAN SERVICE  which, vrlth added accommodation offers for your selection a  most complete Hat of sailings oh  NEW. I'ALATIAX. Steamers, of  latest design and appointments,  carrying one class (II) Cabin And  third clasH only.  Tho Cunard Company aleo  maintain servicer letweon Novr  York, Queenstown, riahguara,  Liverpool. Boston, Queenstpwn,  Fishguard. Liverpool. New Yprlc.  Mediterranean, Adriatic. Including the fastest steamers In the  world, "Luaitania" and "Maure-  tanla."  Now  building   for ^Canadian  Service:  g.S. "ATTHANTA."���������14,000 Toum  Details of sailings and interest-  Ins Illustrated literature may be  obtained from any Railway or  Steamship Agont,   or by writing  THE   CUNARD   STEAMSHIP  COMPANY, LTD.  304 Slain St., Wlnnlp'ar. M������n.  Incit!  A pompous country woman and her  husband were trying to enter a station  platform through one of the porcupine  exits. After several determined at-,  tempts, some one cried out: Read th������  sign!    The pompous .lady read "Exit," and,  then said, in a loud voico, "Oh, X  thought it was the incit!  ouickly stops couehs,  cures colds, and  heal������  the throat and lungs.       :;       ::       29 cent*  in the Era t-f "Social" Justice  Judge���������Yours is    a   very    serioua  crime,  my man.   Fifty years, ago it  was a hanging macter.  Horse Thief���������Well, your honor, fifty  years hence it may'nt bo :. crime at  all.  Dead Mouse Causes Deat.i  Frightened by a dead mouse which  a school friend was dangling upon a  piece of string, Ethel Ashall, nine, of  Bertha street, Uolton, stepped suddenly into the roadway and was killed  by a passing wagon.  MARVELOUS BALSAMIC ESSENCES  CURE  CATARRH  NO DRUGS TO TAKE-A DIRECT BREATHING CURE  Statistics    Prove    Ninety-Seven    Per  Cent, of Canada's    Population    ia  Infested With the Germs of  Catarrh  This disease is most dangerous owing to its tendency to extend to the  Bronchial tubes and lungs, where It  causes Consumption. Unfortunately  the people have had faith in sprays,  ointments and snuffs, which can't possibly cure, and in consequence catarrhal disease has become a national  curse. Scienco is advancing every  day, and fortunately a remedy has been  discovered that not only cures but prevents .Catarrh, This now treatment  "Catarrhozone" ha������ sufficient power to  kill the germs of Bronchitis, Catarrh  and Asthma. It contains pure pine  ossenrag and heallnc balaams that go  to the remotest part of the nose, throat  and lungs, carrying health-giving medication to every spot that is tainted or  weak. You don't take Catarrhozone  like cough mixture���������you inhale its  healing vapor at tho mouth and it  spreads all through tho breathing organs, soothing and curing wherever  Catarrh exists. This is nature's way  of supplying the richest balsams, tho  purest antiseptics known to science.  A sneezing cold is cured in ten min������  utes, A harsh cough is eased in an  hour, the most offensive catarrh is  thoroughly drawn from tho system.  For Asthx.a and Bronchial irritation  nothing can ecjual Catarrhozone���������every physician and druggist says so,  and wo advise our readers to try this  treatment If suffering with a winter  ill. Tho complete outfit costs $1.00,  medium size r,0o. at all dealers  SFTOgJ^^ THE   SUN,    JRAND   FOKKS,   ������>C.  ������lj? (&vmb$atkB Bun  G. A. Evans. Editor and Publisher  il  SUBSCRIPTION RATR8 :  >ue Year.. $1.50  Due Year (in advance) ,  X.OO  One Year, in United States  1.60  address all communications to  The Grand Forks Sun.  khonk R74 Grand Forks, B.'C  ploy a private courier. The people'  of .this vast territory think that,"the  post office department should adopt-  the method in vogue on the northern  coast, where mail l>ags are'despatched  to and carried from the various  mining camps free, until \these  places attain a sufficient permanency  to warrant the establishment of, post  offices.  Don't .wait' too long  have  that  'to  ,-FRIDAY, JULY 10,  1914  The judgment, handed down by  the British Columbia court of appeals in the appeal of the Hindu  immigrants on board the Komagata  Maru is perhaps the most important  decision rendered by any tribunal  in the Dominion. It is a notice to  the world that Canada is a nation.  As a self-governing dominion,- according to the decision, Canada has  a right to .make and enforce laws  for the protection of her citizens.  The exclusion of undesirable immigrants is imperative in molding a  moral and vigorous nation, and -the  people will rejoice to learn that the  highesr court in the province has  decided that the federal government  has power to enact laws barring undesirables, even though; they come  from other sections of the empire,  from,lariding in this country.  Joseph Martin leaves London to  morrow for Canada. He intends to  make British Columbia his permanent home. ��������� The Liberal party of  the province does not feel inclined  to slaughter the fatted calf. The  Tories, however, appear to be secretly pleased at Mr. Martin's announcement. Evidently they imagine that he still possosses sufficient  influence tu fire the fcfrand of discord in the rank and file of the party.  Manitoba is today engaged in a  election. Some, one will  have to be snowed under, in spite of  it being one of the dog days.  general  The men working in Franklin and  Gloucester complain of the difficulty  of receiving and sending out mail  from these camps. At present the  only means the North Fork residents have to get their mail is to  make a trip to this city   or   to   em-  Why Not Reciprocity?  Government trade statistics for the  past fiscal year are decidedly embarrassing to Conservative arguments in  regard   to   the   **No truck-or-trade-  with-the-Yankess" propaganda   During the fiscal year,   exports  to   the  United States totalled 3200,459,373,  a gain of no less  than   ������33,348,991.  as   compared    with    the   preceding  twelve months.    Despite the'-refusal  of the Conservatives to take   advantage-of the   American efforts to  let  down the tariff barriers and give the  Canadian farmer freer access   to   the  market of   90,000,000 people, trade  has continued  to   steadily "increase  even in a year of'  comparative   depression.    Even with the tariff  barriers    still    up   against    Canadian  wheat and*oats and fish,Canada sent  last year to the United States  wheat  to the value of   $6,801,624, oats  to  the value of 86,802,403 and   fish   to  the   value  of $6,644,365     Canada  sent animals to the amount of   ������8,-  518,012 across the line   during   the  last fiscal year.  The Canadian farmer and the Canadian fisherman may  realize from figures like  these   what  he lost, when the  reciprocity   agreement was turned down.  'reset.   Your diamond set  while you wait. .  We .have a  nice line of  mounts in stock now  Ml   U,   MUnnloON   GRAND FORK8, B.C.  GRAND FORKS.   B. C.  not be at its best, until about the end  of the month.  IRKS OONGRETE  W. J. GAUPEAU,-MANAGER  Contractors-for  -Basements. ' . '  Manufacturers of Conci-ete Fence  Posts  and  .   Building Blocks-of-every description. ,   Y  ,ui (I  Cement" Sidewalks,   Foundations  Concrete  CONCRETE SILOS  Silos constructed'of  concrete   blocks  are.  frost-proof and practically   indestructible/  Write us for estimates in any kind of concrete work.     ���������   ���������>   >  Chet Smith's new ievidence on   Ox  ford street is nearing completion  and  is now being painted.  Jeff. Davis made a "business trip  Spokane on Wednesday.  Mr. _Orr, of Brown &, Orr, .who  have cut several thousand telegraph  poles up the North Fork during the  past year, was in the cit}' the first of  the week. He states that the pole  market is very good at present, more  especially so in the prairie cities,-  his firm having sent out thirteen car's  .to Calgary and Edmonton during last  week.  Airy Persiflage  Mr. Wallace Findley, a former  Toronto newspaperman, mote recently,  employed with a Montreal advertising  agency, met another ex Torontonian,  to whom he confided that he" was  about to take a position with . the  Blank Feather and Down Compatiy.  "Soft job, eh?" remarked Im friend.  'Sure,".said Mr. Findley,   "I'll   be  * i\ -     -  tickled to death with it"  "How did you come to land on it1?"  "Why, the manager asked me if   I  knew anything about beds, and when  I told him I had been born in one, he  engaged me  oh  the   spot,"  answered  Mr. Findley.  Mot Exactly What He Meant  In the closing hours of the recent  session of the Montreal Methodist  Conference, one of the "clerical delegates arose and thus addressed the  assemblage: "Before we adjourn, we  should send a letter-of condolence   to  our   dear   brother   S-r���������; ~    He   is  lying at the point of death, and I  am  sure we "all .wish him Godspeed!"-,.-'.  A crowded coach load of excursionists went to Lynch Creek on Wednesday afternoon. " Fishing is  stated   to i  be fairlv good up the North Fork, but  owing to the   heighth   of   water   will  Happy is the youth whose crop of  wild oats isn't worth harvesting.  Women are*'seldom of a warlike  nature���������yet they are often called to  arms.  Will beautify the home and  give a rich appearance and  finish to a room that, cannot  be-given in any other way.  Our new papers will enable  you to do this. See our samples and be convinced.  Woodlandtf&Quirin  The Rexall Druggists  DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ������:  gulatlnsr Pill for Women. |6 a box or three for  $10...Sold at all Drug Stores, or mailed to any  address on receipt of price. The Scobeli, Drw  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario. ;   PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN.  $K������  Vitality;.for Nerve and Brain; Increases :'grt;-<  matter"; a Tonic���������will build you up. $.3 a Ijox, or  two for $5, at drug stores, or by mull on i- ���������roi' i  of price #������Thk Scobell Druo Co., St. CuMiurim >.*  Ontario.  AUTO LIVERY  AT YOUR  SERVICE .  'Modern^ Rigs- and Good  Horses .at AH Hours at  the *'..'.  Model Livery Barn  Barns S O'Ray, Props. .   .  Phone 68 Second Street  TICK BY THE GOO  ST  THE  FORKS-GLOUCESTER  Leaves Grand Forks Every Tuesday and Friday at 7:30 a.m.  from F. E. Shantz' Office, Bridge Street  Returning, Leaves Gloucester Every Wednesday and Saturday  Good accommodations for passengers. A limited amount of  perishable freight will also be carried. First-class hotel at  Gloucester for travellers-/-���������. ������������������ THOMAS FUNKLEY, Proprietor.  Model 10 Remington typewriter for  sale; machine only used a short time  Enquire Sun office.  OGLAMATION  City of Grand Forks, Proyy  ince of British Columbia.  I, Robert Gaw, Mayor of  the Municipality of the City of  Grand Forks, B.C., do hereby  declare Wednesday, July lb,  1914, a Civic Holiday.  As witness my hand and the  Seal of the Corporation of  ���������the City of Grand Forks  this 9th day of July, 1914.  (Signed)    R. GAW,  Mayor.  TENDERS WANTED  TENDERS wilLbe   received   by   the  Board   of  School   Trustees  for the  : following  repairs   to  be  done at the  school.  New   Concrete   walk    in   front  of  brick school.  Painting   and    kalsomining'; High  school.  Particulars" of same can be obtained  of the Secretary.  All bids to be received not later  than Six P.M , on Thursday, July  16th.  Dated at Grand Forks, B."C. July  7, 1914. .  GEO. H. HULL, Secretary.  ��������� .,,      ill   wt-II ���������IBlllllli    IIPI1IWH l  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (SECTION 24)  London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout  the  world   to  ' ������������������ communicate direct with Kugllsh  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of goods.- -Besides'being a 'complete commercial guide to, "London and .Its  suburbs, the directory co'ntalus Hats of  EXPORT MERCHANTS.  with the Goods they ship, and .the Colonial  and Foreign Markets they supply; <-        }   .  STEAMSHIP LINES   ' '  nrraii(?ed under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centrcsof the United Kingdom.  A copy of the current edition wjll be for������  warded, freight paid, on receipt of Poatal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can* advertise  their trade cords for $5, orltirgor advertise*  ments from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  25. Abchureh Lane. London,   R C  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PH0NF64      GRAND FORKS, B. X.  They are usually best  and most satisfactory  in the end.  BOUNDARY'S BEST  bottled ;beeby -  T '.     a .home. produjcJt..-of - -,  ,....realr--merit.*,' Get.,   a    -  , .  a case today.'.and.try it .  now. J. Ask for it.  GRAND FORKS HE WING  COMPANY  Yale  Barber  Shop  Knzor Honing a Specialty.  IN THE MtTTF.R of an application for duplicate Certificate's of Title No. 5676 to  Lot 14, Block .11, Map 23, City of Grand  Forks.  NOTICE IS HI5REUY GIVKN that It. is my  intention at the oxpfnition of one month  from the date of the first publication hereof  to Issue duplicate Ccrtitloute of Titles to  snid lands issued to Goorpre H. Rutherford,  unless in tho mcatitlmo I shall receive ralld  objections thereto in writing.  Dated at Knmloops, B. C , f.and  Registry  Office this 17th day of Juno. A.I). 1914.  O 11. DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  Geo. . EL; RIassie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Every Description  Bridge Street  Grand Forts, B. C  P. A.  Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yale Hotel, Fikst Street.  riartinnullen  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Goal  OFFICB AT  The Mann DrugCo. 's Store  PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  ran  Forts Transfer  PHONB 129  Sole Agents for  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre 8  Mclnnis, Proprietors  Pays for The  the brightest  Sun for an entire year.    It is  paper in the Boundary country  si!  if  'I  - '4  "i  i  1  'it  hi  A  i  smmmmmimmmmmmimmfi THE   SUN,. GI&ANB   FORKS,,   B. C.  . If a horse could 'talk" he would  . have many things to say when sun>  mer comes. .Y. \:-.r. \ <r.-\'., -' 'Yv*  He would tell the driver!-that- he  feels the heat on a very*'warm' -'day  quite asmuch as if he could read a  thermometer.  He would say, "Give me .a little  water many times a day, when the  heat is intense, but not much at a  / time if I am warm; if you want me  to keep well don't give we any grain  when you bring .me warm into the  stable, just a half'dozen .swallows of  and the 'sensations of falling"ori  cruej rcity cobblestone���������the", pressure  of the load pustung-Mm to the'' fall,  the bruised knees- and -wrenched  joints, and the feel of the " driver's  lash.-        '    '  He^would.tell of the luxury, of a  fly 'net ' when .at'work and of a fly  blanket-wherijstanding still.-in fly  season, and of the boon to'vhim of  .screens in the stable td'keep outithe  insects that bite'and 8,ting.~  - He would, plead for as cool'and  comfortable a stable as possible- in  which to rest at night after a day's  work in the hot sun.  He would suggest that living  through a warm night in a narrow  stall neither properly cleaned nor  bedded is ' suffering for: him and  poor economy for the owner.  He would  say that   turning   the  water, and some bay to eat  until  l\ nose on him is altogether  too  risky  Suspicion Mutual   -  A carpenter sent to'make s6me repairs in a private .house entered the  apartment of the lady of the house  with . bis apprentice and began to  work.  "���������Mary," the lady said to: her  maid, "see 'that my jewel-case is  locked up at once.  The carpenter understood. He removed his" watch and chain from his  vest in a significant manner and  handed them to his apprentice.-  "John," said he. "take these  right back to the shop. It seems  that this house isn't safe."  that-- it-.tyent.on-a strike/and-the  farmer ate milk .toast. He conld predict a storm before the'-first cloud  appeared, by the' creaking of- his  joints, and he had to call1 for help Co  turn over in bed.    One day his doc- self,  tor said he had made enough money"  to buy a   new touring ..car, and the  farmer died of heart disease:-  Moral���������It's a .losing   proposition  to make a, human barometer of your-  The judgment of the commission  which enquired into the wreck of  the Empress of Ireland .will be delivered tomorrow, according to. advices from Quebec.  am cool  "Don't water me too soon after I  have eaten my grain, wait an hour.  Especially; ,do   I need watering .between nine and ten at night.- I am  - thirstier   then   than   at almost any  other timebf-day ," v  He would say,-"When the sun-is'  hDt and-I am working let me ora he  <>n;e in a while in the shade of some  house .ol* tree; if you have "to  leave  me on the street  leave   me   in   the  shade if possible/     Anything upon  my uead, between my-eais, to keep  off the sun, is bad for me if the  air  cannot circulate   freely   underneath  it,   unless. it - is a sponge kept cool  and wet.    If you treat me as   you  would yourself, and do not clip off  myforetop, you need not have much  fear of losing me by a sunstroke.  "If on an extremely warm day I  giy.e evidence by panting and signs  of exhaustion that I am being overcome by the heat, unharness, me,  take me into the shade and apply  cold   water   or   even; broken   ice,  a thing to do unless you are looking  for a sick horse. Spraying the legs  and feet when he is not too..wa"rm'  on a hot day, he would find agreeable.    -.. -  He would say,'"Please.sponge out  ,my eyes and nose and dock when I  come in tired and dusty, at night,  and also sponge me with clean cool  -water under' 'the collar and saddle  of the harness'."  The Sun only costs' 81 a year.  prints all the news.  It  "Accept no substitutes, but get the  original���������The Grand   Forks Sun. It  gathers and piints  the  news  of the  city and district first.  . If Adam ate the apple and Eve  was not to blame at aH,.as evidence  has now been produced to prove,  men ought to be ashamed to look  women in the   face.���������Toronto   Star.  i'BaCfl-  Victrix English  Bicycles at  ���������   Regular Price, K45  Owing to these wheels'beingdelayed in-transit, and-as the season is*  well advanced, I will sell them at the above low-price.'   Rim' brake  on front and baek' wheels.'    Release pedal  gear.    Parts   for repair  kept' in stock.    It is  a  high-grade wheel, and  fully guaranteed in  every  particular.    Those who know it will have no other make.  J.      MOOYBOER,   Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 to  1300 lbs ; one matched sorrel tpam.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks,B.C.  The Sun  is  the-best newspaper  value in the Boundary .country. .  The devil's mistake would not affect  --, , the work "you get.   -We have  reliable  wrapped jup.in.a cloth or put  in   a 'men to handle the printing  you  send  bag, to my' head,-.sponge - out^my jU8, We do fche Work well> *nd w>hen  mrmth ������nri wnY/.uVVa J/v'-~'Y'-"YiY ���������-^ is delivered you'll-say-itV-as it  mouth and go oyer myjegs^w.^ a.'allonld be.   BvepJ order ]s deW-d  cool wet*ponge;'YY Y% "���������  -VY- ^promptly.    Ever3>  price is a fair one.  He would talk; of-slippery' streets, . The-Sun Print Shop.  Fable of Retired Farmer  Once there lived   a ' farmer   who  worked so hard he was too  tired   to  go .to church on Sunday.   His .hired  n^n refused to stand   for   thp   first  and last call   to sowbelly  at 3.45 a.  m. and lest   bpfore  the  enrl-of   the  week.    His. wife milked   the  cows  and hoed the garden   because  help  was hard to keep.  The farmer voted  against   hard _ roads,   and   when he  was elected to the school board hired  for teacher a young girl just  out  of  high school, because she would take  the job for thirty dollars a   month.  In short, be squeezed the dollars  so  hard the eagle screamed.' He .would  steal acorns from a blind pig.  When the farmer was fifty be had  a half section of good black land in  the corn-belt and money in the bank.  He moved to town to enjoy a hard-  earned rest:' But his stomach was  so tired of   corn bread   and 'bacon  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always ori hand,.  Highest market price paid'for live  stock.   -  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous attention.  When Buying  zA Baby*  Carriage  Why Not Buy* Q  The Best *  We have a large assortment of the best  makes, chosen for Quality and Comfort.  The comfort, of baby is essential if.he.isto  be  the  healthy,  happy child you wish.  Call and inspect our line of these goods.  PRICES   TO   SUIT   EVERY   ONE.  MILLER^GARDNER  Hardware *3fe Home Furnishers Crockery*  FOR SALE  WHITE WYANDOTTES  The meat breed that lays  persistently.  2H YEARLING HENS  W FOR SALE.  S. C.R.I, RED  March Cockerels, from $2.00 up.  E.E.W. MILES  O  P eople  GRAND FORKS  B. C.  HANSEN 8 GO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  w Gait Coal tfow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Telefhonks;' "  Hansen's Residence. B38 r������Sl oirGBl  demands care not only in the selection  ..of..the  best stock but also in the most  appropriate type faces for the different  lines of business.    Our stock of paper is  large and we are in a position to meet  the requirements of the most particular  customer.     A large range of new type  faces gives us a splendid opportunity to  select Just that style best suited to each  particular   business.      Have   we   been  receiving your orders for printing?     If  we  have not, better let   us show you  samples  and quote you prices on that  next order you will be placing shortly.  O  And get it good, should be the main idea in  the matter of your Meat and Fish. A full  assortment may always bo depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon need only to be  tried to be appreciated, and. once used always called for.  ri  r  q  Meat Merchants  Phone 1  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPBG AVENCE  The Sun Print Shop   [t  Winnipeg Ave. Telephone R 74  ws^siM^uvtsafii ETHE SUN, GRAND FORKS, 3EITISH COLUMBIA.  em  Thereianorislfitt buying GIN PILLS.  Thoy are sold on a positive guarantee  thafctheywllloureallKianeyandBladaei'- ^       _  Troubles,' Eheumatlsm and Sciatica, Pain la the Back, eto. M, after  talcing 6 boxesryoucan hofcestly say that Gin Pills have not cured you,  ' take the empty boxes to your dealer and he 'Will refund the money.  That shows how oerfeain we are that Gin Pllla will oure you.. 60o. a box;  6 for 82.50. Bent on receipt of prloe if your dealer can't supply you.  Sample free if you mention-this paper. lg$  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., OF CANADA. UMITED.      ���������.    TORONTO.  Tho Arithmetic of It    .  Tho pupils In a school-were asked  . to' give in writing the difference be-  Itween a biped and a quadruped.     A  boy gave the.following: A biped has  two legs .and a quadruped has four  legs; therefore, the differenco between  a biped and'a quadruped is two legs..  The cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and it can be got at any  druggist's.-  MAKING  HENS  is simply n matter of making thsm lny������������������ nnd  making thera lay il  'mostly a matter of keeping them In good health and keeping tip their  appetites    International Poultry Food f ouic is a mixture of herbs,  roots and spices that, fed to them in very small quantities, supplies  the very needs of their system, and-wards ot������. disease, and by. its  special action on the egg-prodndiig ovcan9 niXkesthcm lay.   It  is absolutely guaranteed to increase the production of egg*.  Try feeding your hens International Poultry Food and you '  ���������will be surprised at what they will do for you.  FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS .  Uc luwe just got out a very complete " Poultry Guide "���������������  it tells pretty nearly everything there is to know about  chickens.   We would like to send it to you if you will  vmtc for it���������absolutely free.  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Bunny Was a Dunce  A little boy -was once overheard saying to his pet: rabbit:  How much is seven times seven?  There being no response from the  rabbit, the" boy shook it' and said:  How much is four times four?  Still there was no response.  Now I will give you an easy one.  How much is two times two?"  Still the rabbit refused to respond.  Well, said 'the' boy," I knew that  father was fibbing when he said rabbits were the greatest multipliers in  the world!   -,  SHE WAS HELPLESS  FOR TWO YEARS  WHY MRS.      BALDWIN      RECOMMENDS DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  "���������! RES? AND HEALYH TO MOsHERr Mb gHifcB.  JWns. Winblow's 8ootiiing S"������ujP has been  tied for ove? SIXTtf STEAKS bv MIWONS of  IOTHKRS tot tbcir yHIfJ&KBN WHJMS  S8BTHING. with PKHFECT SUCCESS. It  BOOTHKS the CHILD   SOFTENS the GUMS.  t*I..Vx������all PAIN : CUUSS WIND COLIC, and  -the best remedy Vol OIAKKHOIA. It is at>  eolutelv harmless. Be sure ana ask tot *Mrsu  WnsJow's Soothing Syrup,- ana Ukc ao ottei  fctad.   Tfwcnty-live cenU a Dottle.  PATENTS  Patent Your Ideaj. No delay, and we  will sell It for you If the Idea has merit.  Send sketch for free report. Information on patents and list of inventions  wanted mailed  .ree.  J.   A.   MACMURTRY &. CO'Y,  Patent Attorneys  154 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada  She Could Find Nothing to Cure Her  Rheumatism Till On a Neighbor's  Advice She Tried Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  St. Walburg, Sask.,���������(Special).���������-1  can truly recommend Dodd's Kidney  Pills for any one suffering from Rheumatism. These are the words of Mrs.  W. A. Baldwin, a highly respected resident of this place. And Mrs. Baldwin gives her reasons.  -"I was nearly helpless with rheumatism for two years," she states. "I  got medicine from the doctor, and tried  several other remedies but nothing  helped me. Then one .of my neighbors advised me to try Dodd's Kidney  P41.1S." I bought four boxes, and they  helped almost from the first. P'have  used,nearly two dozen boxes and am  nearly cured."  That rheumatism is one "of the results of diseased kidneys is -again  shown in Mrs. Baldwin's case. She  had headaches, stiffness of the joints  and backaches, her sleep 'Was broken  and unrefreshing, and Bhe was always  tired and nervous. Her "limbs swelled and she was always thirsty. These  are all symptoms of diseased kidneys.  When she cured her kidneys with  Dodd's Kidney Pills the symptoms  vanished���������and so did the rheumatism.  An Important Consideration  What reform will you advocate? asked the friend. '.*  I don't know, answered the woman  who had just returned from a trip  around the world. What reform is  most fashionable at present?  PATENTS  Fetherstonhaugh & Co., Head Office,  King Street, East, Toronto, Canada.  Society Gossip  Percy Plentyplunks���������I hear strange  stories about how Betty treats her husband.  Marigold Malaprop���������Yes; they say  Bhe kisses him in tho parlor and kicks  him in the basement..   .  Reciprocity  If women with her wicked wile3  Secures the vote she cannot lack,  We men must urge a change in styles  To make her do us up the back.  Try   Murina   Eye    Remedy  U you have Ked. Weak, Watery iSyes  or Granulated Eyeh'ds. Doesn't Smart  <���������Soothe9 Eye Pain. Drupjgiate SeH  Murine Eyo Remedy, Liquid, 25e, 50c.  Mur-io6 Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes,  25c,  50c.    Eye Books Free by MaU.  I An Zyo Vonlo Good for All Ey������e thai Nm<! Car*  t^Suelno Eyo Romody Co., Chlcmuo  VV. N. U. 990  tho   family   remedy   for   Coush3   and   Colds'  Small   dose.    Small bottle.    Beat since  1870.  One Improvement  My dear, said Mrs. Newlywetl, her  face flushed with excitement from her  afternoon in the kitchen." I want you  to be perfectly frank with me now;  what wrould you suggest to improve  these doughnuts I made today?  Well, replied Mr. Newlywed, lifting  one with a slight effort, I think it  might be better if you made the hole  bigger.  ��������� Mothers Value This Oil.���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary  prompt' action is in applying relief, always keep at hand a supply of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, becauso experience has taught them that there is'no  better preparation to be had for the  treatment of this ailment. And they  are wise, for its various uses render  It a valuable medicine.  Man Proposes  No doubt you'd scorn a valentine  Of sdlk and sugar kisses;  But-won't you try my new design?  'Twill change yon, Miss, to Mrs.  Extremes meet, but thoy don't always speak as they eass by.  Speediest Cure is Nerviline ���������  _ ^ Ouch, that stab-like pain in the side  is like a hot knife blade in the ribs!  Probably got overheated���������cooled too  fast���������now there is congestion, tightness, -such soreness you can't draw a  long breath.  This is the beginning of Pleurisy. "  Pleurisy is far too serious to'neglect  a single instant.  Quickest relief will come from a "vigorous rubbing with Nerviline.' This  trusty old pain reliever will fix you up  in no time���������will take away the congestion���������make you well just as it did  Mr. Samuel St. Johns, of Stamford,  who says:'���������"In running"'to catch a  train last week I became much overheated. I put up the train window  and rode that way in order to get cooled off.' In an hour my side was so full  of pain and my breathing hurt so much  that I thought I had pneumonia. I  always carry Nerviline in my grip and  at destination I rubbed my side thoroughly three times. The warm penetrating effect was soon noticeable and  I quickly got relief. Nerviline I consider saved me from a serious illness."  Any sort of a cold can be quickly  broken up with Nerviline which is a  marvel for reducing inflammation, for  relieving congestion in tho throat aud  chest, for curing stitch . in "the side,  lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica or rheumatism. Nothing more soothing or  powerful. The 50c. largo family size  is the ��������� most economical. Small trial  size 25c. at dealers everywhere."  Jean longed for a kitten with all  heart, but her mother was not fond of  cats, so.she was not allowed to have  one in spite of her eager pleadings. At  length it became necessary for Jean  to go to the hospital for an operation. I  will make "a bargain'with you, Jean,  said her mother; If you will bo. a  brave little girl about having your operation, you shall have the very nicest  kitten I can find.  Jean climbed upon the ' operating  table and took the ether without a  struggle. As she came out from under the influence of the anaesthetic  aud began to realize how sick and  wretched/ she felt, the nurse. leaned  over to catch her first spoken'words:  What a bum way to get" a cat.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Driiggigsts refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT fails to cure Itching,  Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.  First application gives relief." 60c.  Office seeker���������Is there anything else  in the job you Bpeak -of' besides the  salary?  Political Boss���������There's a little work  on the side.  Office seeker���������Ah! I knew there was  some string to it!  Aroused her Curiosity  Marie���������I. wonder how old you are?  ���������I just told you my age.  Marie���������Yes; that's what set me wondering. ' .  .CORNS, CORNS, CORNS  Tender corns, painful corns, soft  corns, bleeding corns, every kind of  corns that other remedies fail to cure  ���������that's a good many���������yield quickly  to Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor.  Used forty .years in many lands.  Largest sale iu the world. Putnam's  Paiuless Corn Extractor. The pame  you see. tells its story.. It remove's  corns and does it painlessly, but here  is a pointer; be sure you get Putnam's.     Sold by druggists, price 25c.  .^OU Dutch" cleans wood-work and floors,,  easily and quickly.   Reaches the difficult  corners and crevices thoroughly cleaning \  with little effort.  ft  Tactful Remark  Mrs. Fatleigh, a lady who did not  belie her name, got thirsty during a  social .entertainment, and smilingly  mentioned the fact to a group of young  men standing near her chair." There  was a rush to supply .her -want, and  the young man who readied her first  with a glass of water she compliment-,  ed on his quickness.  -        ���������      >  Oh,- tliat's nothing, he replied lightly. I am used to it. I got intG many  a circus and menagerie when I was a  ���������boy by carrying water to tho elephant.  Suggests the Midway  He���������Have you rea'd about this fight  over the Helch-Hetchy?  She���������No; but I think all 'those immoral dances ought to be stopped.   _  -Oh; That This, Etc., Etc.  Maud���������Whenever Mr. Staylate calls  he makes me think of Hamlet.  Ethel���������Why so?  Maud���������Like Hamlet, ho "cannot resolve himself into adieu.  Hard Luck  Wasn't Jack a suitor for Miss Rich-  leigh's hand?  Yes, but he didn't.  Didn't what?  Suit her.  x.  THE JOHN INGLIS CO,  LIMITED  ENGINEERS & BOILERMAKERS  OF RHEUMATISM  Not Up to Date  So you have decided to get another  doctor?  Indeed I have! The idea.of his prescribing flaxseed tea and mustard plasters for people as rich as we are!  To Laugh at  Why do thoy print jokes in the program of a musical comedy?  So the audience will have something  to laugh at.  Cannot Be Cured By Liniments���������Must be  Reached Through the Blood  Thousands of men and women suffer severely from rheumatism. Cruel,  crippling pains in the muscles .. and  joints make every movement a torture. Many people think rheumatism  is due to cold or wet weather and they  try tocure themselves by rubbing liniments on the painful parts. This is  a great mistake���������the rheumatic poison Is in the blood, and liniments and  rubbing^ cannot give more than the  most temporary relief. If you are a  victim of rheumatism or lumbago you  can only rid yourself of it by making  your blood rich and pure, for only in  this way can the poisons of rheumatism be driven from the system. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have cured more  cases of rheumatism than any other  disease except anaemia, just because  they make the rich, red blood that goes  right to'the root and cause of rheumatism. You cannot be well when  your blood is impure, therefore.-begin  curing your rheumatism to-day w^th  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The follow-  , ing are the particulars of one of the  j. many thousands of cures to the credit  of this health-giving medicino.:        -  Mr. Jeremie-tfadou, St.;jerome, Que.,  says: "A few years ago I was seized  with.a severe attack of rheumatism.  The pains in my back, arms and legs  were terrible. I treated with several  doctors but they did not help me, and  as time went on I was unable to work  and began to think that I would be a  cripple for life. While in this trying  condition a friend who had been cured  of rheumatism by tho use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills advised me to try this  remedy, and I got a supply of the Pills.  I had taken the Pills for several weeks  before any improvement was noticed,  but once signs of relief came the improvement from that time on was rapid, and'I joyfully continued taking the  Pills until every vestiage of the trouble  disappeared. ��������� No one but a similar  sufferer can imagine the gratitude I  feel for this relief from pain, and because I have since enjoyed perfect  health I urge other rheumatic sufferers to give this medicine a trial."  You can get Dr. Williams'.Pink Pills  from any medicine dealer or by mail at  50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  - She���������I am afraid you couldn't' support me in the stylo to which I have'  been accustomed.  Ho���������Well, stylos aro always changing, aren't they?  A colleague- of mine writes, in an  account of a shipwreck: Being swept  from stein to stern by tremendous  waves the captain abandoned the ship.  Engines of all kinds. Eoilers of all  kinds, Plumbing Machinery, Tanks,  Heavy Plato Work, etc.���������Write for  prices.  14 STRACHAN AVE.,  TORONTO,      -      CANADA  Money Wasted  With a very weary sigh she 'tossed  the magazine aside.  What is the matter, dear? h()r husband asked. s  I've read 'nearly:'every .story in this  thing, she said, and I haven't found  a line that I. should not wish my  daughter to see, if I had one. It's 15  cents wasted/   '  Minard's Lini nent Co.. Limited.  Some time ago I had a bad attaclc  of Quinsy; which laid nn up for two  weeks and cost a lot of money.  Finding the lump again forming  in my throat, I bathed freely with  MINARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating a cloth w'ith the liniment left it  on all night;  Next morning the swelling was gono  and I-attributed the warding off of an  attack of Quinsy to the free use ot  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  G.  F.  WORDEN  St. John.  Those  upside  down  dinners    that  have stirred London societyare no new  thing.   They are common   on   board.  ocean liners and great lakes ships.  Girls should be very careful in selecting a -chaperon; many a likely  chaperon gets all the attention.  helps to women's comfort, physical  well-being, and beauty���������sure to promote healthy, natural action of the  organs of digestion and elimination  ���������the tonic, safe and ever reliable  The Largest Sale of Any Medicine in tlu Wori4  Sold everywhere.   In boxes, 25 cent*. THE SUN", GRAIOT FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  fj h  V\  ���������  How a Bandit Received a  j    Pardon and Employment  By F. A. MITCHEL   "  to  9  ������  ������  ������  e  e  , I do not hesitate to say that to many  educated persons Homo is tho most interesting city in the world. She scattered over Europe tho seeds of our religion. She formulated our laws.  Hardy In her prime, she mingled her  blood with barbarians who, when she  became old and feeble. Inherited her  early hardihood of brain "and body and  begat the European of today.  From my childhood I wished to visit  ltome. As boys'study with a view to  an object, such.as a profession or a  business, I studied with a view to visiting the' Eternal City. I learned to  speak Italian and Latin. I read the  books of Roman writers that have  been preserved to us for twenty centuries In the language in which they  were written. '  What- gave direction to my desires  Teas''reading of the  hasty   burial  of  -(works of art to hide them from the  e^oiVw  "roo mean roo demand a ransom op  100,000 FRANCS."  overpowering barburians. Not a year  pusses without some statue being dug  from beneath the surface in or about  Rome. I was myself seized with a de-  elre to Dnd some of the treasures that  adorned Rome In the days of her grandeur My object In life may not have  b'������en practical, but It Is not only practical objects that aro absorbing.  I was not permitted to. visit tbo land  of my dreams until I was twenty-seven  years old. Then 1 found myself in possession of property which gave me an  Income of a - few tbousandp a year.  Within a month after the* receipt of  my patrimony I was in Rome.  I bad been more than a year In Rome  and -had studied the references to a  number prvillas that bad been the residences of ancient Romans with'a view  to selecting one to search for. Finally,  i'stumbled on a record of a very rich  man, Manllus Qulntus PIso, who bad  mado his money as an auctioneer.  Mention was mado of n mania coming upon him after he acquired wealth  for collecting beautiful works of art.  The author I read stated that his villa  contained more valuable statues tbun  any other of his time. Among others  ���������was mentioned a statuo of Diana that  Iiad cost Its owner a fabulous sura.  ���������The location of the villa w^s given as  among the hills lying to tho south of  Rome across the Campagna. A small  stream flowed past It: n high hill was  directly behind It. Th.oro were other  references to the contour of the surrounding country calculated to help  one' searching for the site. Theso I  studied and, not content with one reference, hunted till I found another description of the vllln at* It bud been bo-  fore its-destruction during ono of the  earlier Invasions of the (Joths.   .  When I had got.all the Information  possible on the subject I packed digging Implements In my trunk���������I did  cot dare to let It bo known that I was  going to make cxcnvntlons���������and went  liy the. electric railway to Frascati.  which 1 made my headquarters. -1 sot  out from there the next morning with  my Implements rolled In u steamer rug  bound by a shawl strop.  I spent a week hunting for a location  'that fitted tho description I hadgalncd  (from the books 1 had read Then 1  spent another week doing somo surface  excavating. I was digging, the third  trc������k, on a spot1 which I thought warranted more attention than the others  Igrbfln something happened.  LZfifcrnorJ"'  The vok-o came rrmn iic-mml me. 1  turned quickly and saw a man standing with a rifle In his hands, which he  could bring to his shoulder In a moment. 1 had been aware of tho danger  attending being out alone In. tho country In'Italy and had a revolver strung  to each hip. But before I could use  either of thorn I would bo killed. The  , man covering me was so respectable  looking.that I could not realize at onco  that he was a bandit. But ho would  havo had ho object In being ready to  shoot mo if ho were not  '^1   presume,"   ho  said  hi   excellent  Italian, "that you are .doing archaw)-  logical work. Are you awnre tbat ex-  .cavations are In tho hands of the government?"  "I' am," I replied, "but I am hoping  to make a discovery that will surprise  the'government and thus gain immunity from having broken tho law."  "I sympathize with you, signor, but  as a good citizen It is my duty to inform- upon' you." '       - -   ' -   "  "What sum would' induce you to refrain?" .  "Yon are an American, I fancy, from  your looks, your dress and tho accent  "with which yon speak Italian. Americans are all very rich."  "I'liave'but 10.000 francs a year.'.'  "That Implies a -capita! of 200.000  francs. Surely you can divide with  one who has been unfortunate."  "You mean, I suppose, that I am In  your power, and you demand a ransom  of 100.000 francs?"  "You have stated the case correctly."  I stood thinking for a few minutes  what I could do. I had no funds in  Italy. The interest on my money invested in America was sent me quarterly. -1 had spent nearly all of my  funds of the present quarter, and It  would be two months before I received  another remittance. 1 explained this  to tho bandit, but it did not appear to  make much impression upon him.  "I have never seen an Italian ban-,  dit," I said, "but you don't fulfill my  Idea of one. You look like a gentleman."  I thought I could see him wince.  "You are a gentleman." 1 continued,  "who has met with misfortune."  "You are right, signor."  "May I ask the cause of your being  what you arc?"  "Games of hazard.' I was Intending  to follow a line something like that  you a re. engaged In, but 1 not only lost  my patrimony.'1 lost money for othersf  1 became an outcast" "  There was a tinge of sadness in hl9  tone as he spoke this which induced  me to proceed:  ��������� "How would you like to return for a  brief season to your original or your  Intended occupation? I believe that I  am on the track of a buried villa.that  formerly contained valuable works of  art I would be happy to havo you  Join mo."  His eye lighted up. Tho Italian,  whatever he is. Is artistic in his tastes,  and In this man was added the fervor  of an archaeologist I saw that he  would love to take a'; breathing spell  from robbery In a work he loved.  "Whoso villa are you hunting for?'  no asked. . /  "Manllus Qulntus Plso's."  "What data have youV"  I gave him tho two authors who bad  written descriptions of the '.villi.:   >  "There is another reference," he  said. "I came upon It when 1 was beginning the study of archaeology."    :.  * He remembered the description given  by an author with whom I was not familiar and repeated It to me verbatim  In tbe Latin vernacular. I saw at;bnce  that with the two I had It would bring  mo; much;;nearer the exact spot for  which"1 was looking. ;      'Y  -      '���������'���������''  'JCome," I said, turning my back to  blmi "take these weapons from my belt  and.do what you like with them. Then  Join me. We are very near the location or the Piso villa, but not quite.  We must go' southward about 800  yards."-';;; '���������������������������"'.":���������;:-.:.���������.-.. '  He astounded me by telling me to  keep my weapons and, uncocking his  rifle, slung it on his back. Then we  started out to pace the 300 yards, mov  Ing at nn angle with each other of  about twenty-five degrees. After par-.  Ing tho distance each began to dig.  Wo found nothing but dirt whero we  began, but we made together some  fifty holes In an area of about a thousand feet In circumference. About sunset I beard my companion call to me.  I went to him and found that he bad  come upon a pavement. He had been  digging in a depression and had gone  down nbout'four feet from the surface.  Fortunately the moon rose before the  sun set. and, anxious to go as far as  possible with our work before attracting attention, we'began to throw up  dirt in earnest It was soon evident  from the marble:pavement we uncovered that wo had struck something fine  and bud not gone far before wo came  to what. proved to be the iihpluvlum  (basin), which was in the center of all  antique Roman houses. But at the  time ^to exhumed only a small portion  of it By midnight we had come upon  snveral statues, but they were broken  In small bits., Wo worked on, and by  dawn I struck a pair of marble.feet.  Carefully removing the earth from  sbout a statue lying flat on the ground,  I came upon a quiver and a bow. Tb������  drapery was femlnlno. I hurried on,  boplug that I bad struck tho Diana of  which l Baa reaa. my uopes were confirmed on reaching tho head, where  above tho forehead we found the star  which always accompanied representations of tblsdivlnity. ���������   '  Tbat was as far as we deemed it  prudent to go. I believed that the discovery we had made would greatly Interest tho government to which I proposed to turn It over. After receiving  information about my companion that  would enable mo to find him 1 hurried  to Rome and to tbe office of the official  charged with excavations, tie listened  to my story with wonder and delight  and when I had finished asked mo  what I would expect for my find.  I told him of tbo bandit by whom I-  had been aided, and if tho government  would pardon him and give him soma  position that would enable him. to  make an honest living I would feel re-  .paid for my discovery.  There is nothing more to toll except  that the statue we unearthed proved  a splendid work of art and was very  little damaged. It was removed to  the new' gallery on the Esquillne hill  opened by the government. Tho bandit received his pardon.and employ:  ment In the archaeological department  of the government  .   i        Sufficiently Informed.  Representative Uncjerwood said of  the woridliness of the modern girl:  "I have just beard of an episode Illustrating the modern girl's woridliness.  "A young man said to a very beautiful girl:  "'Miss Winchester���������Muriel���������I am  not rich, but'���������  "With a slight gesture of her white  hand the girl silenced him.  "'That will do, Mr. Hazclraere,' she  said.  'Nol'"-Washington Star.  Wai It?  "I gave Walter a beautiful necktie of  my own make for a birthday present,"  said Mabel.'  "Was he pleased?"  "Oh. yes; he said its beauty shall be  for no other eyes than his own. Wasn't  that lovely of him ?"���������Lipplncott's.  A Near Collision.  .   Bill���������Was he ever In a railroad accident?  Jill���������Yes. but he came out all right  "What was Jt?"  "He proposed marriage to a girl on a  train and she refused him."���������Yonkers  Statesman.  An Honest.Answer.  Judge���������Have you ever deceived your  wife?   '  Defendant���������Well, your honor. I've  often dissembled to the extent of trying to appear more amiable than 1  really felt-New York Mail.  Wise Little Harold. ���������  "Harold, you mustn't eat all the peanuts, even If you aro protending to be  a monkey. You tniiBt give sister some."  "But mother, I'm pretending she's  some kind o* animal wot doesn't eat  peanuts."���������Life.  The Now Test.  "May I marry your daughter?"  "Are your; exemptions from the income tax^ sufficient to enable you to  support her in the style to which she  Is accustomed?���������Buffalo Express.  A Wonder.  Rlggs���������Oh, yes; he's an expert on  economy.  Briggs���������Yeah! Wby, that fellow can  cover three slices of bread with one  ������������������hip of restaurant butter!���������Pittsburgh  Press.  Insinuation.  ghe-Tho speaker at our club today  told of a lot of things we poor wives  go through.  He���������Did she mention' tbelr bUB-  hand's pockets?���������Boston Globe.  The ancient Romans at ono time  knew a Venus tbe Bald. The goddess  was worshiped by that nnmo in a particular temple after tho invasion of  the Gauls, tho reason assigned for this  strange fact in antiquity having been  that tbo brave women of Rome cut off  their hair to make bowstrings for the  city's defense.  It Certainly Was.  "Well," said a farmer to an Irish  man who was employed on his farm.  "I hear that you bad a lively little encounter with my bull yesterday. Who  came off best?'  "Sure, your honor," said Pat, "it yrtta  o'td'm un."���������London Telegraph  HE DIDNT LIKE DRIPPING,  tad No Wonder, After He Had Read  'About Its Strength.  What la "dripping?  Everybody knowB that dripping is  supposed to be the Juices, the savory  essences, that fall from roasting meats.  That Is the supposition. But what  really Is dripping���������the dripping that  the poor of England buy by the pound  and smear upon their bread In lieu of  butter?  The question perhaps will never be  answered, but ,a partial solution is  given to it by the fact that a London  poorhouse recently bought at $7 a ton  thirty-two tons of dripping from���������a  soup works. ���������  Alfred Noyes used to tell a dripping  story.  "A little boy," he would begin, "complained bitterly about the bread and  dripping that formed his daily breakfast  " 'It'll kill me.' he whined atJast 1  know It'll kill me.''  " 'Kill you?   What do you mean? '  " 'Why, I've been feeling pretty bad  lately, and now I know it's all this  dripping what's the cause of the trouble.   I read it in, a book.'  "'Some pure food rubbish, I'dare  say! And.what, precisely,, did you  read in this vile book, silly?  "'I read,' whined the urchin, 'that  constant dripping wears away a  ctoie.'"���������Exchange.  HUMOR OF A CANNIBAL  Ho  Enjoyed  It   Himself, but  It  Didn't  Tickle tho Victim.  A number of natives camo to greet  ns when we landed at Ilau. r, Fiji Island, among tbem a few whom the  consul seemed to know. They volunteered to act as escorts fur us and by  various expressions tried io couvoy tho  idea that they were glad to see us.  A school Tortus one side of tho  square. Across from this stands-the  council chamber, built on the Uvncb  whero tho bodies wor������ roasted for  their former feasts. The old headstone  against which Caeobau used to dn*d  the brains of his victims still stands,  and tho anchor and rudder of a French  ship'wrecked near Ban lie beside it-  ���������  Beneath a picture of Queen Victoria  I saw an old sword swinging. I examined It mid found it was a French  weapon, no doubt tho arm of tho unfortunate French vessel's commander.  During the time thi was going.on  Jim, Ratu Kadavu's servant, who is a  particularly good typo of a large, muscular race, approached mo. ran his  hand around my- waist and slowly  down my thigh nnd smacked his lip*  with a wicked smile. I laughed tit'this  display of aboriginal humor, but nor  very, heartily, for the sword of the  French contain still swung before my  sy������������.���������Christian Herald.  Time For the Actor to Slop.  On the subject of playing (he sanio  part over 'an Indefinite number of  times David WarDeld.says:  "There is no such" thing as playing a  part too long. The mollowing process  should never cease, but If it" does.'If  spontaneity fails, if tho actor.feels tbat  he is becoming at all mechanical In  the part ho should abandon It at onco  ���������for his own salvation.  "Tbo surest danger signal is half  hearted applause. From this the aetot  knows that be has lost nn essential  quality of the character, and the trns>  edy of it Is he cannot tell what that  quality Is or how ho lost It An actor  may tell a joko a thousand times and  provoke laughter, but suddenly it fails  of response: That's the lime for him  '���������a Btcf;."���������American Magazlnt.  A Cure For Mosquitoes,  Hie people of London havo learnod  of an agreeable way to keep their  houses free from files nnd mosquitoes.  They burn sandalwood, which has a  pleasing odor, but one lhat tho summer pests much dislike. Tho idea  comes from the orient, whero It has  long been practiced.  The sandalwood can be bought at almost any Turkish or Japanese Import-  ing house. You prepare It for burning  by cutting It into pieces about half an  Inch thick and throe Inches long nnd  then bake or dry It In a slow oven for  twenty-four hours. Yon light a piece  of the wood nnd put It In a metal urn  or saucer. After It has Ignited well  blow out the flame and leave the red  ember to smolder until tho wootf 1*  wholly consumed.  "It Is very curious to me," snld Blithers, "what a musical voice Mrs. Bright-  eyes has, and yet whenever she speaks  In French it is hard and rasplng-al-  mo3t metallic"  "Ob, that's only natural!" said Bingo  'You see, Mrs; Brlgbteyes learned  French by .phonograph, and sho ha������  mistaken the Imperfections of the records for acccnt."-Jiidge.  Immaterial and Irrelevant.  A lawyer of Omaha entering an eating house was linruodliitcly approached by a waiter, who observed cheer-  fully.. "I havo frogs' legs, deviled kidneys, plfffl' feet and calf's bralnu."  "Well," 6ald tho lawyer sternly,  "you look It But what's thnt to mo?  I came to eat"���������Philadelphia r.������n>*������\  There Is an Art In This homely  Everyda/ Duty.  FHE     PROPER     EQUIPMENT.  Vhen Washing Cu:lery It is Always  Best to Use a Good Silver Soap.  This Method Dooa Away With the  Weekly Cleaning.  The art of dishwashing has become  tlmost extinct in this quick going age,  when the only way to'do a thing is to  Io it at onco aud have it soon over,  fet real dishwashing Is au art.  Dishwashing requires two dishpans,  Hie in which to wash and "the other to  rinse the dishes; an abundance of  leavy linen towels, some lighter ones  tor glasses, a good dish mop and dish-  ;loths. The dishcloth should be of  Itrong linen. Stair crash is excellent  for this purpose, as it will become soft  ���������rfough to be flexible and is very dur-  tble. Make these cloths about ten  Inches long, of narrow crash and Jicin  :hem to prevent the edges from fraying when they are put through the  laundry.  First of all, the dishes should be  gathered up and properly scraped, then  beld for a moment under the hot water faucet to take off the first coating  5f grease. Any dishes or knives and  forks used for flsh should be carefully  ivlped with paper, as dishcloths are infected by flsh immediately.  Put the dishes in hot suds.. Use the  iish mop freely and transfer them tot  tbe other pan to be rinsed. Let this  second pan be very large and havo g  wooden drainer fitted in two inchefl  from the bottom, so that the boiling  water poured over the dishes will  drain off them. This is the best anif  safest way of draining.  In washing the silver use a silvct  soap and thus avoid the weekly silvet  cleaning day, with tbe added Induce*  Qient that the silver Is constantly  bright  Wash spiders, pots aud kettles scp������  arately and with an iron dishcloth,'  Pots and kettles should be washed in������  side and outside and thoroughly wiped  before being set away. Tho coffee pot  and tea kettle should he boiled out at  least once a week with soda and water  to keep them tastelessly clean.  Walnuts as Food.  A London medical journal recently  published some Interesting facts, concerning walnuts as food.    According  to this authority, "thirty large walnut  kernels contain as much food value ao  cvro and three-quarter pounds of lean  beef."   With beef worth approximately 20 cents a pound, this means thai  each walnut is worth about 2 cents as  a food product as compared with beet  That these facts will greatly enconr-  ago the production and consumption  of walnuts is hardly to be expected.  There Is some consolation, however, la  tho thought that when meat has become a luxury, to be indulged only by  the  rich,   the general  consumer  can  keep his dinner very well���������somewhat  likeTeter Pumpkin Eater's wifa~In ft  walnut shell.  Father'e Ultimatum.  rihe father of a large family of ehlti  dren wastryiughard to read the even*  Ing paper.   Y  "What's that terrible racket In thd'  hall, Martha?'"''.  "One of the children Just fell down*  stairs."  ���������  ������������������Well," he replied, turning over an*  other page of the paper, "yon tell th*  children If they can't fall downstairs]  quietly they'll have "to "stop ifc"���������Lift*  piucott's.  Showing Him How.  "You young scoundrel!" 6aid the fa*  ther. solziug his disobedient con by tua  hand. "I'll show you bow to treat your  mother!"  Ami ho gave him several bangs od  tho ears und then shook him until hkj)  hair began to fall out  Her Little Slip.  Departing <Juost��������� We've bad a sln*������  ply delightful time! Hostess-Pm so  Klodl At tho sumo tlnio I regret tbat  th*1. storm kept all our b������st peopl*  a way.���������Brooklyn Life.  The Itching Palm.  Cbulvli-Europe is extending tho  open hand to us.  Uotham-Ycs; nearly everybody ovett  there wantB a tip.���������Yonkers Statesman,  The Flowing Bowl of 5 ������'Clock.  Wlien beauty presides at thle rite  An<l pourc out tho fragrant Bohea  Thlu suppliant won't you Invito  To Join In.your five o'clock tea7  Though Btiffixr and cream can exclt*  8omo envy and mallco, maybe.  And cjtsIcb cry out with delight.  "So tbia Ib your Ave o'clock tea!"  . Still I'll be In rny element quite  While you prattle In irarruloufl b!������A  For 1 know all you nay muat be rljrbA  M you nay It at five o'clock tea.  Bo ash me-1 think that you mlgtit-  Jufli plve me a chance to aarree  That there'a not the proverbial "S&tfl  An I'm t������)6 at y������ur Ave o'clock tea.'  -K������������r Verk Busk.  mtmamammmm  gEBBEHUaSQIfl PI-IE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  HIS OF the.cur  P. T. McCallum, immigration in-  'spector at this port, will leave today  or tomorrow on a three weeks' vaca-  . tion trip. He will visit the prairie  provinces, and probably go as far  east as Ottawa. Charles Mair arrived in the city on Wednesday for  the purpose of relieving Mr. McCal-  hun during his absence.  Colin Campbell, who recently at  Chicago took the radium cure for  cancer, went to Seattle the   end   of  last week to consult with his physician regarding the chances of a permanent cure. After a consultation  of a number of doctors of the Sound  city, Mr. Campbell was assured that  a cure had been effected. He re  turned home on Saturday and left  on Tuesda}' for Halcyon to recuperate.    ^  L. P. Eckstein, at  one  time   so  licitor of the Kettle   Valley   railway  in this city, has formed 'a   partnership   with   P. E. Wilson  and   will  practice in Fort George.  after a short visit to her mother,and  sisters in this city, will spend the  balance of her vacation at   Victoria.  Miss McEvven,   on   the   teaching  staff of the Phoenix   public   school,  eaver l>oam Next Time  It will save all. the muss and litter of Lath, Plaster and  Wall Paper: lb permits more beautiful interior designing  in the most modern style. It never cracks or deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER BOARD S'SS*  Bkaveb  Board   is  very quickly and easily put up; makes a  house warmer in winter, cooler, in summer; is painted, doing  away with unsanitary wall paper, and   has   many other ad-,  vantages.   Let us show you samples and tell you all about it.  MAM'S HARDWARE  The  'BRIGHTEN-CP"  Store  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness   shop  at my  old  stand on Bridge" street and will manufacture  .   HIeW nam eSS harness repairing. All  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  A. A. Frechette  Here We Are !  .. Your Six Friends,  Robin Hood "Family^  Robin Hood Flour  "     Oats  "     Porridge Oats  "     Ferina  "     Graham  hole Wheat  <(  Let Us Lighten  Your Household Duties  For Sale by* ~-  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  and Business Sites  Insurance in  c/411 Its Branches  Boundary Trust C&b  Investment Co.; ILtd.  ���������Established 1901  First Street  '. Louis Albert, eleven-months' old  son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Galipeau,  died at 4:30 o'clock on Sunday afternoon after a short illness. ��������� The  funeral was held at' 4 o'clock on  Monday afternoon from the Catholic churqji.  Elmer Ness has made numerous  improvements to his Christina lake  hotel and the surrounding grounds  this summer, among them being the  creation of a beautiful lawn.  , C. li. Walker, principal of the  Grand Forks high-school, and Misses  E: C Hadden and B. Lennon, of  the public school staff of teachers,  are spending their holidays at the  coast.  The-market for local cherries at  present is better than it-has been in  previous years. Some of the large  growers are shipping extensively to  the prairie provinces.  A larger-number of people tha"n  usual took advantage of the half  holiday on Wednesday by taking  tbe Kettle Valley line train .--for  Lynch creek,'where- the 'fishing is  reported to be good.  Conductor Angus Smith, of the  Grand Forks-Phoenix run on the  Great Northern, has moved his  family to the city of mines, for the  summer months.  The White Pine Lumber company  of Spokane, which owns a townsite  near Westbridge, thirty miles from  Greenwood, will erect a large sawmill on the  property  this summer.  N K. Morrison and family have  moved into their fine new residence  on their ranch a short distance  southeast of the city. ���������   -  The Hadden family and Mrs. J.  W. Reid have, moved to the .lake  for the summer months.'  Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mytton, who  have been staving at the .lake, for a  couple of weeks, have- returned to  the city.    .   -  Miss M. Harrigan, of the public  school staff of teacher?, and Miss H.  McEwen left for Victoria this   week.  Clinton Atwood, .������on of Mr. and  Mrs. C A. S. Atwood,.who is at  tending McGill university, Montreal,  arrived home o'n'Siiturday to spend  his vacation.  Win, RfHch b,i������ iuiilY a diving  pint form-at his Chri.-tinn" lakp store.  He also keeps n snpply of hathing  suits as an adjunct to th'e  platform  F. W. Rus?ell and N. L. Mclnnps  returned on Monday from an auto  trip to Penticton'.  Thp ";neW.:provincial ilock up at  Phoenix -hns heefv completed, and  last week ^yas accepted bjYthe government!' " '     '.- - Y;" .  Born���������In Grand Forks, on; .Monday, July 6, to Mr.' and' Mrs. 'Richard Michenpr,,a son.  The waterworks system has been  extended as far as R. Campbell's  residence in the Van Ness addition.  The Great Northern station looks  almost as good as new ofter being  encased in a new coat of paint.  W. J. Galipeau, of the Grand  Forks Concrete company, ��������� is the  latest purchaser of an automobile.  Ed Ballard.has sold his   property  near the  Cooppr  bridge,  to   Harry  Mason.       .   v  ' John' Wanahiaker says in Judicious  Advertising: "Advertisin" "doesn't  je.nk; it jyilja..., It b/jgiris very ^entfy  at first, but the pull is steady.-. It.in.-  oreases day .b.y day and year, by year,  until it exerts'an irresistible ���������.po.wer."  NELSON, B. C, JULY 13th to 18th  Six Days' Continuous Amusement  Some   Leading Features  . -   Hydro-Aeroplane Flights Daily  This is the first Hydroaeroplane to Fly in the  Dominion   of Canada.  -IT STARTS !    Runs.along the water, at the rate1 of a hunred miles  an hour and then rises from the water���������up;up up���������thousands  of. feefc  into the air.    THIS IS A BIRD !  '. ;   ' ��������� Wild West Features,  Including Broncho Busting, Roping,   Bulldogging   Wild    Mexican  ' Steers.by men who competed and,won titles at the Calgary Stampede;  Winnipeg Stampede, Los Angeles, Cheyenne and Pendleton Round-up  This Is, the Greatest Aggregation of Star "  .  -' Performers Ever Gotten Together.', ���������  Water Sports y  Sixty Oarsmen from Toronto, Victoria, Vancouver,��������� Portland,Coeur   I  d'Alene and Nelson competing in International Rowing JEvents.    -  "    E. B. Butler, Champion Sculler of Canada,-, will meet A. M.'Pfaen-.  -der,-Champion Sculler of'Western Xmerida;'W/N  Kennedy,  British  ���������[  Columbia Champion; Frank Nott, Vancouver; and' T. . D.' DesBrisay,.  of Nelson, for the DIAMOND SCULLS OF THE WEST."       ���������  ���������. Many are coming from all parts of the earth to the  Kootenay-Boundary Oldtimers'.Reunion  Which is to be held in a real Old-Timers' Log Cabin     If you .are an  Old-Timer come in and register during Chahko Mika.  Horse Races���������Big Purs.es Offered  Mining Men���������Notice.  Machine Rock Drilling Contest.  First Prize, 8400.00.!   Second Prize, 8250.00.     Third Prize, $100.00  .Rose Festival and Small Fruits Exhibition.  i  j t  FIRE WORKS  The Capture and Burning of the Steamer Nelson by Kootenay Indians  ...Canada'Lightweight and Middleweight Boxing ..  Championships.    :..^rY;7:"^"'*  Lightweights���������Frenchy Vaise^Champion'of Canada, vs Charlie Lucca,'  for Title. Middleweights���������-Frank Barrieau vs. Bill? Weeks,'..fc>r-AMia!"  dleweight Championship of Canada.     \.}<x������,"^^'tlC'Cr''":' ���������-   - *"������������������.  Something for theKids"  Free Street Fair, including Merry-go-Rouud, Ferris Wheel: AlPlCinds  of Side ShowsT  Lacrosse, Football, Baseball, Etc.  Pa-the  Bros.   Will   Take   Moving  Pictures of  the   Various Events.  GRAND FORKS���������A special train will leave Grand Forks on Wednesday  morning, Boundary Day. Those wishing to book rooms in advance  apply to R. C. Teviotdale. P. O. Box 221, Nelson, B. C.  SINGLE FARE From all points in B. C. Special reduced rates from  State of Washington and all prairie points.  For Official Program and Premium List wrire  GEO. .PATERSON,  Manager Nelson Carnival Company, Limited. .   ���������  -   J. E  ANN ABLE, President, Nelson, B  C.  if.-W.--^^-,^^ i^������;w.Tgv^;  I  A  LvuMr  ^SS  WM  wm^  wmmmm  is ffieir Lalest f reduction  |- A new Watch.by a firm established 45 years. Maste.rs Ra-  'diant watch is an ordinary-watch'  ���������with the hands and figures ena������  melted with radium which makes  them Iuminous.andtheyshoiv the  time clearly in the dark: Itisrt  day and NIGHT watch,.in fact  the darker tb'c'night the b'riclitrr  the bands and figures. -With ihiy  watch hung up in your bedroom:  you can see the time any pa-1 of  the night. It isa speciality Cot',  those who prefer a watch differ-'  ent to any other. Masters' Ra  diant watch is a genuine timekeeper, fully warranted, and lilted with their famous Veracity  (ever movi ment and Solid Silver  Cases,price 50 -(12 dollars),freo  to any part of the world, or on  our special foreign terms, half-  cash, 25/-withorderand2G/ on'  delivery. Order one of thesewon.  derful50/-l'adiantWatchesnow,  lid Golrf Demi-ffaniing (tiafed  Another bargain is Masters' Solid Gold  Demi Hunting Watch, a splendid production, [rice on.y 90'-, or 45 - with  order, and 45/ on delivery.    Specini  attention is given to foreign ordets.  tVitupply It'atehes, Rings, Jiwtlltrx, Cut-'  Itry, Plate, Gramophones, Bouts, Clothing,  &c    CATALOGUE will be sent free and  post paid to any address in Ihe rvorlri  Gold-Radiant Watches ������7105. &������ioun  MASTERS, Ltd, RYf, En?;  ���������. * * ���������*.''.  Cf\ fl    If the CasK on Delivery Sysretri is In ti������e in your oonntiy, then yon need-only flend  lUiU*   101- for either wateh yon select, and pi\y bulauee when you receive thewatoh.  : MASTEFtS; LTD.. RYE, EN  G.  ���������:--Take>your 'repairs-to Arii>son,-shoe  repairer.    The Hub;     Look   for tho  Big Boot.  ..rjighest cash prices' paid for old  Stoves and Ranges.. E..C. Peckham,  Second-hand Store. Y  mmmMmmmmmw&mmmmi  mmmz^mi^smzm^  f���������������������������JS


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