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 k  ii *&  Kettle Valley Orchardist  /  THIRTEENTH YEAK���������No. 11  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  i-  ):���������  U\  c  111  (j. M. Fripp and Robert (raw  Are in the Field for ,  Mayor '''  Strong-. Material- Available  for    Aldermanic.   and  School Boards  Next Monday is nomination day  for civic officers for the coming year,  and on Thursday, the I5th a poll  will be taken if there are more candidates in the field than t are  offices to be filled. The complexion  of the ticket'will not be defii.ijely  known until the nominations close-  on Monday. An enumerati n of  the available materia f r civic offi-  cers may be of interest, howeveh  For'mayor it now appeais certain  that Mayor Fripp and Robert Gaw  will be .the only contestants. The  same men made a very close run  last year, the former winning by one  vote. " '  For aldermen in the East ward,  the names of W. K. Cr Manly, Wm.  Bonthron and Geo. Mctlabe arethe  ones most frequently mentioned. In  the West ward the candidates are  numerous. Neil McCallum, H, E.  Woodland; Johii. Donaldson, Ch'as.  ���������Bickerton,- F. Miller' Sr. and_W.~H:  .Dinsmore will,".it is reported, enter  the fight". 1-From-th'e above list an  exceptionally strong aldermanic  board can be selected.  There are three school trustees to  be elected, and up. to ihe present  time the nomination papers of Geo.  H. Hull, Frank Latham and T. A.  Mclntyre have been filed. There is  also a probability that C. C, Heaven  and P. T. McCallum may cast their  hats in the ring for this office.  LIVE GFfnNAPSiTS  The meeting of the Grand Forks  boa-id of trade in the city hall on  Tuesday evening was not very well  attended owing to the moist weather, and nearly all the business  transacted was of a  routine  nature.  pectations.    He has no-kick   com-,  ing-    "' *        .     . j  . W. M. DeCew, of the Western  Pine Lumber, company, attended  the board of trade banquet in' Nelson last night. '  NIGHT WITH  The heavy rains during the present week have taken " nearly all of  the frost outof the ground.  The seed catalogues have, commenced to arriye in thp city. This  is a .sure indication that spring is  coming.  .Rich ore has b.������Hn struck in th^  Panama group, situated near Curlew, Wash.  Local Scotchmen Are Preparing to Observe" Great  Bard's Anniversary  , The   Nickel    Plate   is building a  flume three'miles long at Hedley.  A Child, Playing a Pencil,  Meets With a Painful  Mishap  A. peculiar accident happened to  the three year-old son of Mr. and  Mrs. Lam, who live in the'Ruckle  addition, on Tuesday last. The  little fellow was sitting on, a chair,,  holding a lead pencil in his mouth,  when he fell to the floor,-face downwards. Eyeu though the unsharp-.  ehed' end of the pencil was in his  mouth, the force of. the fall .when-  bis head struck the floor was sufficient to nearly force it through to  the back'of his neck, producing a  painful and dangerous wound. Dr.  Truax, who was summoned as  hastily as possible, extracted the  pencil and dressed the wound. The  patient is now doing nicely.  METEOROLOGICAL  "The Missouri Girl"'drew a small  and undemonstrative audience to  the opera house on Monday evening evening. The comedy part of  the play was well seasoned with  age, and the rendering of it was  mediocre.  A party of mining men from Col-  ville and other Washington towns  inspected the Strawberry claim in  North Fork country on Tuesday.  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Mm.     Max.  Jan.    2���������Friday  29 35  3���������Saturday   .... 32 37  4���������SuiKhy,  35 40  5���������Monday  S6 39  6���������Tuesday  35 43  7���������Wednesday .. 37 47  8-Thursday  32 37  Inches  Rainfall  0.55  Snowfall     0.2  Bagpipes-Hornpipes-Haggis-  Highland Fling-Sword  Dance" Banquet  Arrang^meuts are being madf hy  a couitniuee of citizens to celebrate  the'153rd anniversary of the birth  of Scotland's greatest poet, Robert-  Hums. ,On account of tbe date  coming on a Sunday, the banquet  will be held on Monday night, Jan-  uary 26. It is understood the Da1  vis hall will be.-used for the occasion. -The bagpipes, the haggis and  heather, -together with Highland  flings, hornpipes and sword dances,  songs, speeches and recitations will  form part of the elaborate program.  The banquet tables will be spread  in tumptuous.style with all that is  "ecessary to feed and cheer the  company who will gather that evening to homor the memory .of Scotland's bard. As all the arrangements are not yet completed, fuller  particulars- of this affair will be  given in our next issue.      ���������   -  Government's    Dilly - Dally  Policy Tesponsible for  All the Trouble  Dr. C. M. Kingston and N. Larsen attended the sitting of the  county court in Princeton this week.  They returned home today.  Four new Ford automobiles ar-  rivedj|in the city this week for the  Grand Forks Garage company.  Clark Bros, are having the shelving put in in their new store on  Bridge street. They expect to move  from their present location in throe  or four weeks.  II.   Campbell   reports   that    his  toek-taking sale is ^surpassing   ex-  Begih the Year Well  The pleasure of every member of  the family during 1914 can be considerably increased by reading each  week .that greatest of all weekly  papers, The Family Herald and  Weekly Star of Montreal. It has  pages for everyone, old and young.  It is really surprising what wonderful value one gets each week in  that paper. One dollar is a small  slim indeed for such a vast amount  of good clean wholesome reading  during the year. No mistake can  made in sending one dollar to The  Family Herald Office, Montreal, for  a year's subscription. It will be the  best New Year'b gift to  the family.  It's Greatly to His Credit  An editor who started about  twenty years ago with only fifty  five cents is now worth $100,000.  His accumulation of wealth is owing  to his frugality, good habits, strict  attention to business, and' the fact  that an uncle died and left him  $99,999.  The announcement is made by the  Conservative press that at iast the  attorney-general is about to take  steps to compel the Doukhobors,  who are settled in southern British  Columbia, to conform to the laws  of the" province, which heretofore  they have persistently treated with  contempt. Mr. Bowser should have  acted long ago in this matter. He  knew that, as one of his party newspapers puts it, under Peter Veregin  the Doukhobors have set up an independent state, disregarding all  laws and regulations which do not  suit them; that they pay no heed to  sanitary regulations; that they reject the education laws; that they  refuse to register births, marriages  and deaths; lhat they make it impossible to hold an inquest after a  fatal accident; that they pay no attention to laws concerning contagious disease's among people or  animals, and that they will not testify in the courts or pay any respect  to judicial decisions.  And knowing all this, Mr. Bowser calmly ignored the complaints  alike of the independent Doukhobors, who have shaken off Veregin's  yoke, and of the English residents  of tbe district. The News-Advertiser calls this patience. Most people, we believe, would call it neglect  of duty. Even now it is questionable whether the plan which the  attorney-general has decided to  adopt will meet the situation satisfactorily. As individually . the  Doukhobors have  no property,   he  proposes to levy on the property of  the community to satisfy penalties  on members of the community. He  evidently has no intention of taking criminal proceedings against individual who set the laws at defiance, taking the ground that as they  obey.their ruleas they are not personally responsible.  But out of the profundity of his  legal, knowledge and experince can  not Mr. Bowser devise some method  to hold these leaders responsible for  i,he infractions of the laws of which  the ordinary members of th'; colony  may be guilty?  Surely aiding and abetting in the  commission of an offense is an offense itself, and in ttie case of the  Doukhobors, who are entirely under  the control and within the power of  their leaders, stronger terms than  mere "aiding and abetting" should  be employed. How would Mr.  Bowser deal with an English community which under the direction  of their leaders set at defiance the  !a\v:,-of the province, and by their  disregard of all the laws of sanitation menaced the health of the people living around them? We hardly think that he would give them  the benefit of personal irresponsibility, or levy fines of offenses, for  which other people would have to  serve prison sentences. The whole  Doukhobor trouble is- traceable to  the dilly-dally policy that the government has pursued with regard, to  them from from the- beginning. In  the Boundary country it is a matter  of common remark that Veregin  and his lieutenants maintain }heir  defiant attitude because they have  reason to believe that the government is with them, or, at least, that  it will not take any strong stand  against them. We shall be greatly  surprised if Mr. Bowser's present  announcement does not confirm  them in that belief. What else, indeed, can they think when the department charged with the enforcement of the laws treats them "like a  favored people and exempts them  from the penalties which other citizens have to suffer for similar offenses?���������Vancouver Sun.  If  Gaieway Lodge Officers for  the  Ensuing Year,  Banquet.  At the weekly meeting of Gateway Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F., last  night, D.D.G. M. John Kavanagh  installed the following officers for  the ensuing term: N.G., J. B. McDonald; V.G., H. Mills; R. Sec, F.  Scott; Fin. Sec, S. Pittman; Treas.,  E. Harrison; Warden, C. W. Pear  son; Con., W. Easton; R.S.N.G., J.  Currie; L.S.N.G..P. Clark; RS.V.G.,  J. Cadoo; L.S.V.G., S. Baker; Chap.  Mr, Forshaw; R.S.S., J. W. Evans;  L.S.S., J. Mooyboer; LG., D. Fleming; O.G., W. Juleman. After the  installation ceremonies the officers  and members sat down to an appe  tizing luncheon.  The   sawmill  at  Curlew, Wash.,  is shipping lumber to eastern points  Tne Grand Trunk Pacific railway  will reach Prince George this  month.  Will Address the People of  Grand Forks on February 3  Macdonald,   Brewster   and  McOonnell   Will  Tour  the Province  At ���������a conference of the Liberal  party leaders in Vancouver on Wednesday, H. C. Brewster, John  Oliver and M. A. Mucdonald, it was  decided to make a rour of the province, holding meetings at ���������such  places as there will be lime for before the party convention, to be  held in Victoria February 25    next.  Messrs, Macdonald and Brewster  will speak at Ashcraft on the 19th  of January, and with them will be  John P. McConnell, the candidate  in Yale. The itinerary will continue to Kamloops on the' 20th;  Vernon, January 21; Revelstoke,  January 22; Nelson, January 24;  Cranbaook, January 26. From there  Mr. Macdonald goes east on legal  business, but Mr. Brewster will be  joined from there on by John Oliver  They will then proceed to Fernie, to  hold a meeting on January 27; to  Creston, January 2S; Kaslo, January 30; Phoenix," February 2 (with  possjbly Greenwood on the same  date); Grand Forks, February 3;  Rossland, February 7, and Merritt,  February 9. Mr. McConnell will rejoin them at that point.  Afterward tbe leaders will go  north to Prince Rupert, Bella Coola  and other points.  The lower mainland will be covered .after the convention. The  foregoing schedule is, of course, subject to the usual delays incident to  cravel, but those are the dates which  have been decided upon.  Trains are again running six days  a week between Oroville and Princeton.  Sir Wilfrid's Message  Sir Wilfrid Laurier was the principal guest of honor at the rpcent annual "Lit" dinner of the Univeisity  of Toronto and made the occasion  memorable with an insdiring message  to the large gathering of students,  who cheered him to the echo. Bur.  that message really was not confined  to those who attended the dinner.  It was an appeal to Young Canada as  a whole from a great man who hud  grown old in the service of his country, who understood her problems and  never lost confidence in the ability of  her people to grapple with them.  Here is the message:  "My young friends, go out into the  world to service. Make the highest  thought of civilization your inspiration. Problems there are, big problems. Tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, it will be your turn to grapple with them. Serve God and your  country. Be firm in the right as God  gives you to see right. You may not  always succeed. Progress is often  punctuated hy reverses. You may  meet reverses, but the following day  stand up again and renew the conflict,  for trnth and justice shall triumph in  the end."���������Victoria Times.  A close examination of the "Mona  Liso" has disclosed a slight abrasion  on tho cheek and a scratch on the  left shoulder, which wp.ro received  whilo the picture .was in the hands of  Vinocnzo Perugn, who stole it  'I THE SUff. GRAND FORKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  %&8  tail  I  Rubbers and  &ter-StGckings fin One.  Easy to put on isd take off. Kit well  ���������Loot irell���������Wear well.   All j.'icj for  woreia And ctlldren.  . Buy them anl protect yourself sni  ^family fro������ winter lUt. !i  Canadian Concsiiiiiitti ftubfctrCe,  LlmEiert, Monire  All Dealers  LEADERS; THE FARM  NEED  Better-Social Conditions, Will' Come  When Men Work Together  If we wish to keep our brightest  boys and girls in the country, and thus  ���������il nothing- more���������get the home  grown labor, without which we can-  hot cultivate our farms profitably, we  must develop a'better social life in  our country- There are really few  tilings in the city .thai aro worth  whilo, that wo cannot have in the  country if wc .want them.  -  We can have, and will have, some  time, better schools, .with the. teaching  ���������    in tlie terms'of-the life we are to'live.'  We will have -this as soon as Ave are  willing to pay the price. On-'the-sarae  terms  we can  have better churches,  where Uio people follow the, same line  of business, have'much the'same outlook on life tne same wants aud desires.      We can have this social life,  with vastly less danger of moral corruption; saner social life as well, with  a broader viewpoint than anything the  city can furnish.  This sane and soul .satisfying social  ,   Hfo cannot be imposed on the country  Jrom tlie city, nor even from the country  town.      Jt  must  come  from  tlie  nountry  itself,   from  tho  farms.      It  must fit the country as the skin fits  Hie man.      It must grow out of the  country.    For the f'nncr is a differ-  'int. sort of maa from the townsmen  xnd must always be, and his social lifo  must bo the outgrowth  of the  best  that is in him.  Ten per cent, of the men in any com-  aiunity, and these the best men, can  In ten years make .that community do  .vhat they want it to, if they will onlv j  ,?ct  together and  do team  work.' If I  they are men of broad ideas and high  Ideals, to whom a life worth while is  orucli more than dollars or office; that  community will be' Iho one-in /which  their  children  will   deligkt  to  stay;  but they must get together and work  together.      What  the  country  needs  Just now is just that kind' of" leadership;   and   il  must  furnish   its   own  leadership,  for  a  stranger  they  will  not follow.  - Cities have their commercial clubs  and- other voluntary organizations in  which representative men of tho community get together and work for the  goo-tl of the community r.s a whole.  They encourage new industries, w'o-  fQC good sidewalks and pavements and  street lights, and in general/stimulate  a community .spirit which will demand  better conditions.'The country should  have similar clubs;- and they can' be'  created if one or two influential men  in each neighborhood will lead off.  Beat Them   Both J  , A lean-faced man, a one-eyed man,  and one named Miclc, sat by the roadside in the Far West.  . Kind of strange, said the first, that  Uievor have two coppers to jingle together, 'and yet 1 am worth $500 in  hard cash.  How's that? cried Mick.  - Did you hear of the burglary at the  post office?  Ah, to be sure!  Well, said tho lean man, I am the  man that did it, and there is a $500  reward-on-my bead.       Mick stared, but the one-eyed man  said:   "��������� ' '," i      ' ��������� ���������  Bah! that's nothing- I'm worth more  than-'that. ���������'"  Worth more?"      - .  Aye,' for I'm tlie chap that robbed  Long's tobacco store, and. now there's  SI ,000 offered for my .person .there.   .  Thunder and lightning!  cried Mick,  but you are great entirely.     But sure,-  I'm worth more.     .       .    ,       ;  Who arc you? asked the other two.  Well, said Mick, I'm tho man that  will ,get- $1500 for your apprehension.  I'm the sheriff.  - Three Birthday's a Year "���������  -   There ,is  apparently plenty i of fun  for the child in Sweden in the matter  of .birthday's, 'but the' parent 'can hardly be .expected to feel. the same, for  the children there    do    not    confine  themselves to one birthday, but tfiey  must have three.     Of course .the first  one is the real birthday, and the other  two are 'those whose names tho Swedish boy or girl   ?.ars.     For every day  in the year of the Swedish calendar  has its own separate name, beside'the  weekly names which    other    nations  have.     Sometimes if the parent gives  the child a second name or a first one  that- cannot be found in the calendar,  tho child loses out on  ono birthday.  And considerable protest must follow,  too,    when   the   child   becomes   old  enough to realize what he is. missing.  In   tho- German   calendar   every   day  ,has ar'uame also, but the observance  of these days is not at all common in  the latter coiuitrv.  Ancients Unions and Trusts  , About the year 190 B.C., Thyatira  Test for a Fieldglass  Inquiry has it that the absolute and  infallible test of a glass by the purchaser is to see what size letters can  be read across the street from the  ������   tician's shop.  It isn't. The real test is a climb up  a. long and brushy hill until the breath  comes a hundred to the minute, then  a snatch for the glass, reposing in. a  shirt pocket, to see whether the buck  is the one you want before you fire.  If it won't go in your shir., pocket it  is not the glass you want; others are  made that will. If it chake's' in your  ajitaied hands it is not the glass you  want; you cannot see ��������� enough - more  with _ a high p6Wor glass to pay for  the times Avhon it L unusable because'  you cannot hold it steady.  man ... ,���������   ,  A Cinch '. ?  ��������� Howard���������Is there any advantage -in  ed?        J"0Ur b0St Sirl NsMry.educafr-  Coward���������Sure  thing!   No one tries  to get her away from you.  A Pill for all Seasons.���������Winter and  summer, in, any latitude, whether in  REMEMBER? The ointment  you put on your child's skin gets  into the system just as surely as  food the child eats. Don't let  impure fats and mineral coloring  matter (such as many of the  cheap ointments contain) get  into your child's, blood I ' Zam- *  Buk is purely herbal! No'poisonous coloring. Use it always. ���������  50c. Box at All Druggists and Stores. -  came under the power of-Rome, and  torrid zone   -or   Arctic  'temne-ature'-  though in the days of the republic it Parmelee's Vegetablo Pills can be dc-  suffered much from oppression and extortion, great commercial prosperity  came to it with the. inauguration of  the empire. About the time that St.  John wrote 'the Revelation it - was at  the height of its wealth and prosperity as a business city. It is known  that there were more trado guilds in  Thyatira than in any other city of  Asia, for inscriptions tell us that there  were guilds of linen workers, wool  workers, dyers, bronze smiths, potters,  bakers, tanners and slave dealers. The  selling of ready made garments was  an important business of Thyatira, but  whether there were the accompaniments of sweatshops, long hours and  scanty pay we are not told.  pended upon to do their work. The  dyspeptic will find them a friend always and should carry them with him  everywhere.. They aroma(]e to with-,  stand any climate "and 'are warranted  to keep their freshness and strength.  They do not grow stale, a quality not  possessed in many, pills now on the  market.  Congenial Occupation  What's that friend of yours with the  anarchist tendencies doing these  days?  He has a job in an automobile factory.  Gee! I'll bet he loves his job.  \-ld surely doc". All he has to do  is to blow up the tires.  Air Pressure in Tunnels  Tlie. effects of air resistance are well  shown in the twelve and a half mile  Simplcn  tunnel, where an  exceptionally high amount of energy i.-. required Laundries in United btates  lor running the electric trains.   The      There are 5,187 steam laundries in  tunnel; whicii is fifteen feet wide and Une  United  States  employing 309,-lSl  eighteen, loot, high, .with a  sectional.Larsons  area of 250 square feet, has'a ventilating current of 3,530 cubic 'feet of air  per second, maintained- by > two blast  fans at the Brigue end "and two  exhaust fans at - JseHe. ���������,   Trains   going  with  this  current'cncpimter. loss'resistance j:han'irf open "air tip to fifteen  and a half-miles an'hour, but-at higher-speeds or in the opposite, direction  the resistance is much greater than  outside.      Coasting  by   gravity  down  the seven per 1,000 maximum gradient  a train, cannot exceed thirty-five miles  an hour on account of the braking by  the air.  Care of the Sickroom  In taking care of an invalid it is a  good   idea   to   change   tlie   furniture  around a little as one becomes so tired of tho same    furnishings    in    the  same places.   Be sure lo coax till tho  sunshine in the room and allow fresh  air to pass through often.     Keep a patient's room tidy.      Change your costume often just to make a little variety.      Do not let bottles,  half filled  Classes,   spoons,   stand   around,   they  may seem trifles to you who can get  about,  but aro sometimes enormities  to one who is nervous.     K'ot of small  importance  is    tho    tray.        Always  have a clean    cover���������paper    napkins  are nice  for Hie  purpose.    Use your  bes'c china.     Serve hot thing's hot and  cold things cold, not "warm.   .-  Proof Enough  Before I sentence tho prisoner I  Should like to ask the attorney why  ho thinks that the defendant is insane.  Your Honor, he admits that he'had  a perfectly fair trial.  A certain bishop with rather a reputation for verbosity, rose to address  the house of Lords on some important  question. He began: I will divide my  speech into twelve heads: His listeners, shivered and thought of the door.  Just then Lord Salisbury got on" his  legs" and begged to interpose a little  ���������anecdote. A friend i " mine, said the  noble marquis, was returning home  late ono night, when opposite St.  Paul's he saw a drunken man trying  to ascertain the time on the big clock  there. At tlrr.t moment it began to  strike and slowly tolled out twelve.  The man listened, looked hard at the  clock and said: Confound you. why  couldn't you have said thri all at  once.  The chamber, needless ti. say, resounded with laughter, in ,,'hicii the  bishop heartily joined; and, what is  more, he took the hint.  Minard's  Liniment ,Cures  Cows'  Ga.-act  $100   REVVARD,  $100  " Tim readers ti is    paper   will    bo  pleased to learn that there is :it least  one dreaded disease tliat sciene lias  been able to cure in all its stages, and  that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure -i3  the only positive cure now known <o  t: ' medical fraternity. Catarrh being a  constitutional disease, requlr z a eonsti-  lir.ional treatr.er' Hall's Catarrh.-Cure  is taken internally, acting directly upon  the blood and mucous surfaces of the  system, thevphv destroying- the foundation of ihe disease, and giving the patient  strength by building- up tho constitution  and assisting nalu-e In doing its work.  The pi-onr'etors lia.i* so much faith in its  curative. ->owers that they offer One  Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails  to cure.    F^nd for li������t of testimonials.  Add- . V. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold bv all Druegists.- 75c- Take  Hill':; Family Pills for. constipation.  Very Itchy. When Brushed. Dandruff All Over. Hair Came Out in  Great .Bunches. Cuticura Soap  and Cuticura Ointment Cured  Head in Three Weeks. .  15 JTiaUam St., Toronto, Ont.��������� "About  two years ago tho dandruff began.   Sly head  got voreo and scabs formed on it which  niadciO bald in places. It was  - very itchy and gave me a  tendency to scratch it which  made i t worse I. al ways had  to wear my hat whether In the  house at work or out. Whenever I brushed my hair it sent  tho dandruff all over. Tho  hafrcame out in great bunches  until I was nearly bald and  when it was at its worst it'eamo out roots  sindall.  "J tried which made it worso than before. I tried several things after that but  tlioy wcro no good. After nine-months like-'  this I had hardly any hair left whoa ono day  I happened to see tho advertiscmont of  Cuticura Soap and Ointment In tho paper.  I straightway sent for a samplo. Aftor first  washing with tho Cuticura Soap 1 applied  Komo Cuticura Ointment and I could feel  a great relief. After finishing tho samplo I  went and got a cako of Cuticura Soap and a  box of Cullcura, Ointment. In threo weeks  (boy had cured my head." (Signed) II.'  3lorn, May 10,1013.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment do no mucn  for poor complexions, red, rough hand*, and  ilrr, (bin and fulling hr.fr. and cost so little,  Umt Jt Is almost criminal not to uso them.  A Blnglo not ig often sufflclciK. S'.'ld every*  rvhere. I"or liberal free sample of each, whit  l--p. hook, Koud post-card to 1'otter Drug  fc Chum. Corp., Uopt. l>, Boston, U. S. A.  VV.  N.  U.  978  Bunk That You  Hear  Every  Day  Our hoy never gives us a    hit    of  trouble.  Plenty cf room up ahead.    Step forward in Ihe aisle, please.  The trains on our road are always  on time.  Eggs strictly fresh.  Our dog knows everything" you say  to him.  We'll -he  one.  two,  three    in    the  league next season.  Here. sir.  i.; a machine that is absolutely noiseless.  A revolver that is perfectly safe.  Weather  indications  for this  week  arc   It's so  simple a child  can. operate  it.  The best show on the road.  The line's htisy.  Pure whiskey.  Reliable 'clairvoyant.  It Was  Doubtful  After a third addition to tno family  it became npcessary to secure the sj:*  vices of a permanent nurse.  Now, my husband is very particular  whom he engages as nurse, said the  mistress to a girl who had applied for  the position. Are you faithful, and  have you a land, loving disposition?  Will you   Excuse me, madam, am I to lake  care of the baby or your husband?  Japan's Durrmy Editors  There is a peculiar person.on the  staff of some of the Japanese 'newspapers, known as t e 'dummy editor,'  whoso sole duty it is to go to jail in  the interests of tfc > journal. Whenever  a paper publisues something unfriendly to the government it is suppressed  and the dummy editor sent to prison  while the real editor simply changes  the name of the paper and continues  to publish it as befoie.  English   Hand   Made  Lace  ���������   Beautiful lace, possessing wonderful  wearing   qualities   and - daintiness  of  design is made by hundreds of workers in the rural   villages    of    Bucks-  Beds., and Northants,,England. There  are three varieties of lace made: 'Torchon,' adapted for underwear;   'Maltese,' made of 'ace thread, silk, cotton,  etc., aud 'Point Ground,' the finest pillow lac    made.     They   also    design  coat collars and even Magyar blouses  in lace, as well as stock collars and.  cuffs to match, blouse yokes, D'Oylies*  and tablecloths;     Mrs. Armstrong, of ''  Olney,   Bucks,   England,   will   on   receipt of a" postcard,     ad a booklet entitled 'An Interesting.Home Industry,'  free.      It contains 128 pages, is cop-,  iously illustrated and    cells    the' romance  of  English   lace-making   in  a  fascinating manner.  Repeating Shotguns  Over four hundred and fifty-  thousand sportsmen use and  endorse Winchester Repeating Shotguns. The U.  S. Ordnance Board after sub-  jectingoneofthesegunstothe  severest of tests reported officially that the gun could not  be improved-upon..For field,  fowl 'or trap shooting they  are equally good. Then  why   not. a- Winchester?.  -   FREE���������Send your address'for catalogue'ot Winchester���������.the  Red,W '  Brand ��������� Gaffs' and Ammunition.  Winchester Repeating ArmsCO.  -   -      NEW HAVENi CONN.  Worms, however -generated, aro  fou iid in the digesi ve tracts,, where  they set up disturbances detrimental  to the health of ihe child. There'can  be no comfort for the little ones until  the hurtful intruders have been' expelled. No better preparation for  this purpose can be had than Miller's  Worm Powders. They will immediately destroy the worais at 1 correct  the conditions that were favorable to  their existence.  of the time-tested,'world-tried, home  remedy���������proof of its power to relieve  quickly, safely, surely, tho headaches, the sour .taste, the poor  spirits and the fatigue of biliousness  ���������will be found in every dose of  Brief Decisions  They say matrimony is a lottery. A  lottery has many more blanks than  prize3.  Some self-made men are anxious to  file j-lans aud-specifications for the  making.of others.  Benevolence is often too local in its  practice.     ���������  FULLY NOURISHED  Grape-Nuts a Perfectly Balanced Food  No chemist's analysis of Grape-Nuts  can begin to show the real value of  the food���������the practical value as shown  by personal experience.  It is a food that is perfectly balanced, supplies the needed elements  for both brain and body in all stages  of life from the infant, through the  strenuous times of active n.iddlo life,  and is a comfort and support in old  age. " ���������''���������',.''  "For two years I liave used C.apa-  Nuts with milk and a lit^e cream for  breakfast. I am comfortably hungry  for my dinner at noon.  I use little meat, pler_ty of vegetables and fruit, in season, for the noon  meal, a. J if t.red at tea time, take  Grape-Nuts alone and feel perfectly  nourished.  "Nerve and brain power and memory are much inipvov-rd since using  Grap -Nuts. I am over sixty and  weigh 155 Ibn. My son and husband  seeing how I had improved are novelising Gr.ipc-Nut;.1. ���������  "My eon, who is a travelling man,  cats nothing fc. brcakias. tat Grape-  nuts and a glass of milk. An aunt  over 70, seems fully nourished on  Grape-Nuts and crcarc." "There's a  Reason,"  ,  Name   Riven   hy  Canadian  Postum  Co., Windsor, Oi t.     Ilea.I "The Road  Relationship (o Wellvllle." In pkgs.  Governess���������If I were cousin Rcrm.in      Ever read the above letter?     A new  to you, what rdation would father be  one nppears from time to time.    They  to you. Mildred? 'are genuine, true, and full of human  Smi'.ll Mildred���������-Dutch unclr. Interest  Sold everywhere.   In boxes, 25 cents.  '    Rsytime Oratory  Why do you refer to that- speech of  mine-as ragtime oratory? asked tha  statesman.  Because, replied .the musician, it is  Correctly Classified      ���������  A Washington faian who was being-  shown through  one  of the  ancestral         ._,  ^  homes  in  tho Shenandoah  valley  by   written strictly" with "a 7iew"to"plea������  an aged colored servitor stopped be-   ing-the popular taste,  fore a portrait.  What a fine painting! he exclaimed.  Why. that must be an old.master!  Excuse me, boss,' said the retainer,  but you're mistaken. Dat's de picture of ole Missus Taylor. - -  Expert Opinion  Is marriage u failure? asked the Inquisitive bachelor.  Oh, no. replied j,he experienced divorce lawyer. Jt Is merely an opportunity to follow that, good old rule.  If at first you don't succeed, then try,  try again.  Minard's Liniment Cures. Distemper.  ^    Then  There was  Trouble  Young Wife���������Today is the anniversary of our weeding. I shall havo  one of the chickens killed in honor  of the occasion.  Her Husband���������Oh, leave it alone. It  wasn't the chickens fault.  The chicken wasn't killed and the  dinner was a failure.  Harold fon a visit)���������Do your specs  magnify, grandma?  Grandma���������Yes,   Tommy!  Harold���������Do you mind taking them  off while you jut nr.   caice? -:���������'  I WfflMJMiflMU^^  and beauty���������to prevent wrinkles and "crow's  feet" and deep black circles under the eyes���������  nothing is as good as '���������  '  Dr. ���������  i Pierce's  Give it a fair trial for banishing those distressing pains or,  drains on one's vitality. This prescription of Dr. Pierce's regulates ail tha  womanly functions. It eradicates and destroys "Female Complainte" andt  weaknesses that make women miserable and old before their time. Every girB  needs it before womanhood. Every mother needs it. Ifc is an invigorating toniffi  for the female system.- All medicine dealers have sold it with satisfaction, to  customers for the past 40 years. It is now obtainable in liquid or tablet fonah'  atdrugetorea���������or send 50 one-cent stamp* for trial box, to R. V. Pierce, Buffalo^  DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PEXJUSTS  rejgnlatc and Inrifforate stomach, liver am! bewelM.  Sugar coated, tiny grannies, eauy to take as candy.   .  ^  Jfe Ki  ll '\r  THE SUN, GRANT) FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA;  r  I  p  *  fr  .**)���������  WOMEN NEEJTGIN PILLS  For Weak Backs -and; Headaches  Miss Ethel Balcbnib'e,' of Port*Dnf-  Sfcrin, .N.S., writes: "I -vas , troubled  with Kidney Diseast.%for several years.  1 / back was weak. I, had" terrible  Seadaches and was so..restless that I  would not sleep at night.. At last a  Sriend told mo about GIN PILLS. I  at once got a box and after taking  ahem," I felt better���������after talcing three  shoxea, I was cured."  '50c. a box, $ for 2.50. Samplo free if  jjou write National Drug and Chemical  ���������������������������o. of- Canada Lifoitcd, Toronto.    215  Ilemmandhaw���������When Beanbrough  !?ot-married, one. of his friends .threw  an old. shoe through..the carriage at  Sim and hit him on the head.'  Shimmerpate���������Couldn't ho Hud out  Trtio owned the shoe?  Hemmandhaw���������No; it belonged, to  a horse.  iRestdred to Health by Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound���������Her  Own Story.  London, Ont.���������" I am a farmer's wife  , md a very busy woman.   Last summer  i|;i:i-i.iiiii:'!iiii-'.ii,,:i;!'!-i!ii'-ii-,!i;:i:.,!!l \ was tftken with  I'i'i'llil^^iiil'i^ii: severe pains in my  u.iriwbw^mn&Mih.i b^k s0 bad thaj. j  could not get up or  scarcely move without pain, and my  periods were painful. M y husband  called in.a good doctor and I was under  his caro for some  time, but he did me  J little or no good.  One day a friend of mine told me to  try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound ns she had\ been greatly  helped ^by it. I began taking it and  aoon got-well, and my periods became  natural again. - Since then I have had  perfect health. In fact I have never felt  sowell.inmylife. Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound is a medicine  many women need. If -you think this  ��������� letter will help other women please pub-  . iish it"'��������� Mrs.K. C. Young, Tambling's  Corner, London, Ontario, Canada.  Women who suffer from those dis tress-  ihg'ills peculiar to their.sex should not  ioubt.the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound to restore their  health."  : V        ;'  . If you have tlie.sliglitest doubt  that Lydia E.Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound will help you,write  ���������JoIiydiaE.PinlthaniMedicmeCo.  (confidential) Iiynn,Mass.,f or advice. - Your letter will be opened,  read and "answered by a woman,  and held in strict confidence.  Bad Company   , A negro with r.. bad cut in his head  same _ to.-a-.-doctor. The doctor fixed  him up-and-as the man was about to  ilepart tho .physician' said:  . That's a pretty,bad cut in your head  Henry. ; Whyi don't you proflt'by this  lesson and keep out of- lad company  La'-the future?;  Well, I'd like to, doctor, replied  Henry, sadly, jbu't 1 ain't got no money to get er.devorco you see.  ������������������>'<������������������'������������������ .  Primitive Fishhooks  What sort of. hooks did our ancestors, our really remote ancestors, use,  when wild..in wood the nbblo savage  ran? "I am inclined to .agree with  the American' view that the earliest  typo of 'hook, 11.' hook it can be called,  was a straight blt-of flint buried In  the bait. - When tlit. fish had swallowed the bit of meat, or whatever it was  the, tightening of the lino pulled the  flint across its throat, and, as it stuck  there, the fish could be hauled ashore  without,more ado. , Perhaps some  bright' innovator of that misty past  one day tried a bit" of flint which had  a double :"curve like a pair of buffalo  horns and found it effective, and per  haps out of that developed'the gen.  nine double book, which seems to have  been a -very early form. And perhaps tho single hook came into being  because it was realized that one bend  was- as efficient as two for most purposes.  LUMBAGO CURED  ,  EVERY ACHE GONE  | Thousands Still Suffering That Can be  -   Quickly  Cured  by  "Nerviline."  The  Class  In   English  The editor at tho Wisconsin Experiment station, desiring a complete reference library of the resources of the  state, sent a circular letter to the horticultural dairying- and other agricultural organizations of Wisconsin, asking for copies of their last reports.  Most of them came all right, but  one organization wrote: Our last report we hope is not yet published,  but, we take pleasure iu sending under separate cover a copy of our latest report.  THE-CASE OF  HAROLD   P.  BUSHY  Some girls can no more learn how-  to flirt than  Dwini.  ���������a. fish can learn how to  Here's a chance  for you lo buy  your range from  ihe factory and  save 30%���������to  buy it on easy  terms and to get  the very range  you would choose, even if you  had, to^-pay Ihe retail price.  Our vTree book shows you  exactly wjjat the range is like. It de-  ccribei Well' point clearly, and wo  guarantaio our range to b������ jutt  ae represented.  .YpiA*?ght as well jave tho retail  profit.''  Mail tho coupon to-day.  Pride  .ange  Polished  iteel body4-  iinbreakabla  doors and  callings-r  ^ beautifully  nickclled  ANXIOUS TIME  FOR, PARENTS  Children Often Seem Pining Away  and Ordinary Medicine Dees  Not Help Them  .-'���������; The health of children between the  ages of twelve and eighteen years, par-  iicularlyynjtlie case, of ...girls, is a  .JOiirco'Of'seiious worry lb nearly  every, mother. The growth and development ��������� takes so much .of their  strength that in. many cases they actually seem to-be going into a decline.  'Jhe appetite is fickle, brightness gives  way to depression; there are often  serious headaches, fits of dizziness, or  occasional fainting and a complaint  of weariness ��������� the slightest exertion.  Ordinary medicines will not bring relief. The blood has become thin and  watery, and the child must have some-  tUng that "will bring the blood back  to ito-normal-, condition. At this stage J  no other medicine can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Their whole mission is to make new blood, which  reaches every part of the body, bringing back health,^strength and energy.  Mrs.'James I-Iai'ris, Port Rowan, Ont.,  says: "At the ago of thirteen my  daughter began to look very pale, and  seemed listless and always tired. She  did :not take: interest in her ������������������'school  .work or in those amusements of girlhood. In. fact she just seemed to  drag herself about, complaining of always being tired; did not eat well  and did not sleep well at night.-1 took  her' to .our doctor who said she was  anaemic, and advised me to give her  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills; She took  the Bills for nearly two months, when  she was as* well" and lively as any girl  could bo, gained nicely "in weight, and  has since enjoyed perfect health. I  am. quite sure that what tbe Pills did  for my daughter they will do for-other  pale, weak girls. T have also used  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills myself.with  the test results and can only speak of  them' in termL of greatest praise."  Sold by all medicine: dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes for  s'2.50 from Tlu Dr. Williams' Medicine.  Co., Brockville, One.  Official Brea  This is 'the way to make official  bread, given otic by the chief cook cf  the   department  of  agriculture:  For'three pound loaves���������make ferment of, one ounce cake compressed  yeast, one-.ounce granulated sugar,  half ounce salt and twenty ounces water: Place in even temperature for  an hour. Weigh four and one-half  pounds flour and let it warm. Mix  flour and ���������ferment, together. Cover mixture and warm for. twenty minutes.  If. dough is too stiff add lukewarm water. After twenty minutes more take  .up dough with hands slightly greased  and fold over over and over fourteen  times. Cover, set aside for twenty minutes; then fold nine times. After  twenty; minutes more mould into  loaves and bake forty minutes in a  steady oven 400 to 410 degrees F. A  cup of water in tlie oven will make a  tenderer crust.  "Three year's ago I discovered that  a man stibject to lumbago might just  as well bo dead a3 alive." These words  open the sincere, straightforward letter of ' H. P. Bushby, a well-known  man in the plumbing aud tinsmithing  business.  ''One attack came after another, and  lumbago got to bo a chronic thing  with me. I could scarcely get in a  day's work befr.re that knifing, cruel  pain would attack my back. I used  a gallon of liniments; not one of them  seemed penetrating enough to get at  the core of tho pain. I read in the  Montreal Witness about Nerviline, and  got five bottles. It is a wonderful  medicine���������I could feel its soothing,  pain-relieving action every time'it was  applied. When I got the disease under control with Nerviline, I built up  my strength and fortified my blood  by taking ''errozone at meals. , This  treatment cured mc permanently, and  I urge cveryouo to give up the thick,  white, oily liniments they are using,  and try an up-to-date, penetrating,  pain-destroyer like Nerviline.  "Please public my letter the world  over. I want all to hear of Nervi-  ..ne."  Don't be cajoled into receiv: ~ anything from your dealer but "Nerviline." Large family size bottlos 50c,  trial size 25c. all dealers, or The Cat-  arrhozone Co., Buffalo. N.Y., and  Kingston, Canada.  .-' Morals of Christabel -' ���������  Savage attacks have been made in  some of the British papers and ia  some American papers.on the.articles  which Christabel Faivkhursl lias been  running in The Suffragette on the dangers of marriage. They have been'accused of ���������immorality ������������������and..indecency.  Certainly they arc neither immoral or  indecent. They aro perfectly straightforward, and also in substance they  are entirely true, constituting a needed aud valuable warning, and increase  the pressure of me.i to " improve in  ���������sympathy with women and iu restraint.. The criticism to which they  aro fairly open is that they resemble  the .articles on drink which the early  prohibitionist used to havo printed.  They are shrill and they exaggerate.  No one need endure the agony of  corns with Ilolloway's Cora Cure at  hand to remove them.  Envious  The arenbishop had preached a fine  sermon on 'Married Life and its Duties.' Two old Irish women were heard  coming out of church commenting on  the, address.  It's a fine"sermon his reverence  would bo after giving us, said ono to  the other. -  It is indeed, was the quick reply,  aud I wish I know as little about the  matter as he docs.  Welcomed  I'll have to arrest you, said the policeman.  The man who was having trouble  with his wife threw both arms around  the officer and exclaimed:  This'isn't any arrest. This is a  rescue.        i  Sflnada  Malleable S /  Steel Range ti!g  lo., Limited.'CJhawi.  tPlaasa lend Book,  W*an~  Addras���������������-  A man who kept a small shop vas  waiting on a single customer early one  morning. His little boy and he were  alone at the time, and 'the shopkeeper  was obliged to go upstairs for some  change. Before doing so he -whispered to the little chap to watch the customer, to see that he didn't steal anything.  Very soon the proprietor returned  with the necessary change and the boy  sang out: Tie didn't steal anything.  Pa.     1 watched him.  VV.  N. U. 978  And He Drove on  Say, calls llic bright youth to  honest agriculturist who is wor  In his garden, why don't you s  hen on your egg plnnts?  Ma set one on Vm last year,  wers the agriculturist, barely loo  up.  Did alio? Hatch anything?  Yep. Hatched out that bet!  cocks-combs ! y the fence.  tho  king  et  a  unsung  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent 'as Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and it can be given to the  most delicata child without fear of injury to the constitution.  Little Tommy had spent his lirst  day at school. What did you learn  he was asked on his return home. -  Didn't learn nothing.  Well, what did you do?  Didn't do nothin'! A woman wanted  to know how to spell cat, and I told  her.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  Why is it that you are so strongly  opposed to extending to women the  right to vote?  Mv wife "has become a Suffragette.  Well,what of it? Do you find that  she.^neglects the children or that she  isn't paying enough attention to the-  business ��������� of running "the house.  No,- it's not that. She's becoming  so well informed on public matters  that I have to keep busy reading all  the time in-order to prevent her finding out my ignorance" concerning such  things.  are  Thin,- wafery bits of choice  Indian Corn-perfectly cooked;  delicately flavoured; then  toasted to an appetizing golden  brown, and packed in tightly  sealed packages without being  touched by hand.  "Toasties" are for breakfast  or any other meal-served direct from package with cream  or milk, and a sprinkling of  sugar.  Post Toasties are convenient,  save a lot of time and please  the palate immensely!  But after all, a trial is the  best answer.  Grocers everywhere sell  Post Toasties  Canadian Postum Cereal Company,  Ltd., Windsor, Out.  Distinctive Dres; in England  At Coutts' bank the clerical assistants must all wear frocks, and no  one in tho employment of the bank is  allowed to go about with his trousers  turned up. At Hoaro's bank it is the  custom of all those employed to wear  white ties. Members of the legal profession observe the etiquette of their  calling by abstaining from tho wearing  of light or fancy colored clothes and  always wear silk hats. The beadles  of some Presbyterian churches in England wear dress suits, instead of the  Anglican cassock. ��������� Some brewers'  workmen and draymen -wear scarlet  knitted wool nightcaps. In fact, nearly every trade and profession has its  own conventions and -unwritten laws  concerning tlie dress of its members.  For nursing mothers  -fta-Dru-Co laxatives  oiler the iutnorlaat advant-  ago that they do ;:ot disturb  the rest of the syslc:u or  affect the child.  -vsc. a box at yov.r  Drug-gist's.  National Drue and Chemical Ci~  of Canada, Limited.     171-  Women give to men tho very ���������'plil  of their lives, and they invariably get  it back in very small change.  PATENTS  Fatent Your Ideas���������Xo Uc-lay and wo  will kpII ir for .vou if tlin idci lias merit. Send sKotch for free, report."'.Information on patents and ': of invention.'!  wanted mailtW frcoi��������� J. A. MAC-  MURTRY ii. CO., Patent Attorneys, -154  Bay   Street,   Toronto,    Canada.  THE GIRL  EAD-WINNER  What a change has taken place  within the last quarter of a century in  the method of life of the daughters iu  the family!" From tlie quiet and secluded home the girls have gone out  to office, store or factory, lo mingle  with tho great crowd of workers, and  whether by brain or muscle to feel the  strain and fatigue of the bread-winner.  This revolutionary change- in the  method of life has not proved beneficial to health and vigor, and in tin  surging crowd you find many a. pale,  anaemic .face, and many an emaciated  figure.  Tho blood gets thin and watery, the  digestive system becomes deranged,  the appetite fails,- and the starved  nerves tell of their condition by neuralgic pains ...J bodily aches. Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food is needed, and nothing can so Quickly restore health  and vigor to the body and bring back  tho In althful glow to the wan cheek.  English .Harvest Feasts  The feasts that now take place at  the close of the harvest season in England arc small affairs compared with  the old fasliioned harvest suppers held  formerly. In some of the northern  counties the farmers would give churns  of cream, and it was servved out in  cups to the laborers. .Nowadays' a  glass of ale or cider is the substitute  for the old time feast. In some parts  of the north .of .-Ireland the ancient custom still lingers as the churn supper.  A very old custom is the baking of a  large cake by the farmer's wife. This  is cut up and served out to every one,  including children, accompanying.the  horkey cart, .into tho farmyard. The  horkey cart .was the cart on which  the last load,of the season.was drawn.  Tho self made man never quite gets  the job finished.  EXCELSIOJ  UFE INSURANCE CO.  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THE  IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Toronto        Montr������������1        Wirmlptt  Otl������w������ Quebec Calr������rr  Halifax        St. Jsbn R*r-a������  Vatcor.Ttl  Edmonton  Sat'ittcou  For best results u&o  ROYALITE OIL THE   SUN,    GRAND JEORKB,   B. C.  G. A. Evans. Editor and Publisher  SUBSCRIPTION HATES I  tne Year  S1.50  lno Year (in advance)   1.00  One Year, in United States  1.50  Address all communications to  Thk GuandForks Sun.  ^honb*R74 Grand Forks, B.C  FRIDAY, JANUARY 9,   1914  Pie puts inga good word whenever  he can, but it is always a word  which he can back up with facts.  Some of the eastern papers are inclined to'view the high cost of living commission as a joke. It will be  no joke when tbe members are paid  three or four years' salaries,  The members of the American  Federation of Labor can hardly be  blamed for being "unwilling to be  exploited or killed for,tbe promotion of private or selfish .. ends."  Once it is recognized that war largely  means just .this thing, so far as the  workingmen are concerned, its  doom will b������ sealed.���������Ottawa Citizen.  To the Ratepayers   of  the  City of Grand Forks  At the urgent solicitation of a  number of the ratepayers and business men of the city, I have decided  to offer myself as a candidate for  Mayor of the municipality for the  year 1914.  If it is your wish to elect me to  fill this office, I pledge myself to  further the best interests of the city,  economically and impartially, to the  best of my ability.  ROBERT GAW.  Grand   Forks, B.C., Jan. 9, 1914.  A foot, never thinks for   himself.  He always follows the crowd.  Have you noticed how the Tory  newspapers of Canada have been  belaboring Sir Wilfrid Laurier because he advocated the abolition of  the customs duties on foodstuffs?  It Is significant that they all enthusiastically ;*upport the appointment  of a comm ssion which will consume a year or two in making inquiries into the high cost of living.  They are hoping that in' the meantime something will turn up to save  the situation. Tbe interests will see  that the tariff is kept at top notch  at all -hazards except in those instances in which they will be the  main beneficiaries.���������Victoria Times.  Hockey Schedule  Jan. 5���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  7���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  9���������Grand Forks at Greenwood  19���������Grand Forks-afc Phoenix.  23���������Grand Forks at Greenwood.  26���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  28���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  30���������Grand Forks at G.reenwood.  Feb. 2���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  4���������Greenwood fit Grand Forks.  4���������Greenwood at Grand Forks.  6���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  9���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  I 1 ��������� Phoenix at Greenwood.  13���������Grand Forks at Greenwood.  Only A-Few  A comparatively small number of Hamilton \\ atches are made every year. Their  extreme accuracy  antl  line   adjustment  . iorbids making them in large quantities.  oftf? ij$txmxtttm Hatdj  uThe Railroad Timekeeper of America'7  Not only the man or woman who wants a  very accurate wutch buys the Hamilton���������  but the individual who' knows about  watches usually demands a Hamilton. We  sell Hamilton watches complete, or supply  a Hamilton movement for your present  - watch case. All sizes for men and women,  Ai   Ui   MUnniSON   GRAND FORKS, B.C.  ff=  The United States naval authorities wanted meat suppl.ies 'for tbe  navy, but the beef trust, as .usual,  -tried to'bold them up. The" officials  replied, "All ��������� right. We will buy,  our meat from Argentina. There is  now no duty against'meat.-;' There-}  upon'the beef trust.' subsided, .and  quoted a' figure which saved the  people of the republic a small fortune. And yet they ,say the removal of taxa'ion from food does  not reduce the price of it!���������Victoria  Times:  "Boosting" doas not consist merf-  ly "in talk There are too many  people who think it does. If you  wanted '0 boost a boyhood comrade  o er a wall or up a tree, "you  wouldn't talk about it. The "booster" does things for his community.  Intermediate HockeyScheduIe  Jan. 6���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  12���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  ]fi���������Green.wond at Grand Forks.  20���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  23���������Grand Forks at Greenwood.  29���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  Feb. 3���������Phoenix at Greenwood,  o���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  10���������Greenwood at Grand Forks.  16���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  19��������� Grand Forks at Greenwood."  24���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  Look   Motherl     If tongue  is  coated,  cleanse little bowels with "California Syrup of Figs."  Mothers can rest easy after giving  "California Syrup of Figs," because in  a few hours all the clogged-up .waste,  sour bile and fermenting food gently  moves out of the bowels, and you have  a well, playful child again.  Sick children needn't be coaxed to  take this ' harmless "fruit laxative."  Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action on the  stomach, liver and bowels is promp.t  and sure.  Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which  contains directions for babies, children  of all ages and for grown-ups.  Tf you on- tired of indifferent  work at high prices, try The Sun  job office. We guarantee satisfaction, and are prices are right. ,._We  have a splendid stock of stationery  on hand.  The Sun only costs 81 a year. It  prints all the news.  The young sporting editor of The  Svn is in a particularly happy mood  this winter. The expense of treat  ing his best'girl to sleigh rides has  been entirely eliminated.  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OR DYSPEPSIA  'Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour,  Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  If what you just ate is souring on  your stomach or lies like, a lump of  lead, refusing to digest, or you belch  gas and eructate sour,. undigested  food, or have a feeling of dizziness,  heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad'taste  In mouth and stomach-headache, you  can got blessed relief in five minutes.  Put an end to stomach trouble forever  by getting a large fifty-cent case of  Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.  You realize in five minutes how needless it i<= to suffer from indigestion,  dyspepsiu or any stomach lisorder.  It's the ariickest, surest stomach doctor   in   the   world.     It's   wonderful.  Tenders for Wood  S  OBALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to  and including Monday, January  the twelfth, 1914, for supplying fifty  cords green wood, four-foot length,  split fir or tamarack.  Same to be delivered and piled at  the Central Sohool as and where  directed.  Tenders to state time of delivery.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C., December 31, 1913,  GEO.' H. HULL,     ,-  " Secretary Board of Trustees.  NOTICE  WAGON IF YOU A'  we've got what you  V/ant  ;  TENDERS FOR  A MINERAL   CLAIM  FORFEITED TO THE CROWN  SEALED TENDERS will be received by the  uiidersig-i'ed up to 12 u'ciix'k nf>on on  Tiieday, the 10th day of February. 1911, for  the purchase of tlie undermentioned mineral claim forfeited to Che crown.  All tender-* must be nt least eciiial ro the  lip^ef price as pi veil below, which represents  the taxes, cO'-tb, interest, etc.. Crown Grant  Fe< s und cost of advertising.  Tlie name of the mineial Hain is' tbe  "Florence;," Lot 956s. situate in Grand Forks  Minium Division.   -  Upset price $40.91, and cost of advertising:  $10.00.  Each tender must be accompanied by  a certified cheque payiiblc at pur at Politic-  ton. TIip cheque of any unsuoei's-iul tenderer will be returned at "ni-i'.  .IAS. It- UKO-VM,  Governiiifi t \gei>t,  Fail vion , it. (J.  Dated ai Pairvicw,  Dei-ernbtr s'Ulh. 1913.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby uiven that the firm  known us Brlnoybof-r it PostniH, black  smiths and bicycle dfvilers and re  pairer-t, has been di^olved, to take  effect on January 1, 1914. All persons indebted to said firm are request  pd to make payment, and all persons  having accounts against said firm, are  requested to bring in their bills before  that date The business will be con  tiuued bv J. Mooyboer.  Grand Forks, B.C., Dec "19, 1913.  J. MOOYBOFR,  H.  POSTMA.  Grand Forts  and Store  Second-  WWKIPEG AVE  Gp.WlnnlpcgHote  Our wagons won't work your horses to death. They  run light,  They are made of strong, tough, seasoned wood and will  stand the roughest wear.  If you buy a wagon from us and anything goes wrong  with it, drive up in front of our store and see if we don't  make good.  Mclntyre CSk Smith  We Buy, Sell and Exchange  Everything We also do all kinds  of Tailoring Work. We are Experts in Furier Work, Cleaning,  Pressing and Repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed in everything.  H. Baneson,'Proprietor  Advertisement in The Sun  bring  results because it is the peoples'paper  -^  son pise  The latest and greatest musical instruments  Hear this once and you will want one Jn -your, ���������  home.    Call at our s^ore'and listen to the reproduction of music in a natural way.  Woodland  & Qtiinri  , 'Tlie Rexall Drug-gists  ^=  J  YOU K  About Our Choice Cuts, of  // Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal  A Nice Line of Fresh  -  Poultry and Fish  Always, in Stock  Try the Shamrock Brand  URNS ���������"& CO.  Y THE GOO!  They are usually best  and most satisfactory  in the end.  BOUNDARY'S BEST  BOTTLED BEER   .  .  is a-home product .of  genuine merit:-" Get"a   ':  a case today and try it  now.    Ask'for it.  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  $1.50 PER DOZEN,  DELIVERED  WOODiANo FENCEPOSTS  Dry   four-foot   Fir   and  " Tamarac. Cedar andTam--  arac Posts.   Prompt attention to phone ordrrs.  A.    GALLOWAY  RANCH WOOD DEALER  PHONE L14 COLUMBIA, B. C.  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Rigs  and Good  . Horses at All flours  at  the  Model Livery Barn  Burns & O'Ray, Props.  Phone 68 Second Street  Palace Barber Shop  Kazor Honing a Specialy.  Wm. B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman  GRAND FORKS, B.C.  Milk and Cream delivered to all "parts of the.pity  daily. .Dairy absosolutely -  . sanitary. We endeavor, to,  please our customers.  nartinflullen  All Kinds of: Dray ing '  - DEALER IN "   .: -- I  Wood and Goal  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo. 's Store  PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONB 129  Sole Agents for  P. A. Z,  PARE,  Proprietor  1st Door North of Granby Hotel,  Fiust Street.  Don't forget that The Sun has the  bent job printing deparrment in the  Boundary country.  The Sun in the best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.    -  Mclntyre 8  Mclnnis, Proprietors  THE"     '    ,       ���������     -  london Director^  ''; .i  < (Published Annually)  Knables traders  throughout  the  world   to  communicate direct.with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besides being- a complete commercial guide to London and Its  suburbs, the directory contaius lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS       .  with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial  and Foreign Markets they supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  cipal pri    '  centres of the United Kingdom.  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal  Orderfor $5.  Dealers seeking Agenoies can advertise  their trade cards for $5, orlargor advertisements from S15.  THE LONDON  DIRECTORY CO., LTD  2.5, Abcliurch Lane, London, E.C.  If you read Tbe Sun you get tbe  news of the city, the province and  the world. It is possible for a Sun  reader to keep abreast of the .times  without the aid of the daily  papen  HMMHUHI If  ���������  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,    B. C.  //  r  9  9&  m  .n  a  new and fresh this season, and.we aim to clear it oiit ������s-  wiSS al  prices  away prices m  o'be^fre&nVATh  order tliat our next season's stock  following  S. '.  f.  1'  Men's Fine Outing  Shirts.   . . S[  Sale Price... "f"  lirts  lc and 6  Men's Black   Sateen' Shirts, in  all #^  sizes.   Sale Price   O  Men's Oxford Shirts, in a variety - of "5  patterns and all sizes.    Sale Price   I  .Men's Strong Kaki Shirts, made of |^  durable material.    Sale Price....  O  !C  Men's Blue Flannel Shirts.  Sale Price   Heavy Black Drill Shirts.  Sale Price   $1  Col!  ars  Linen Collars  V   will be sold as low as  tfii  Our stock is all new this season, and  is a standard of excellence that is not excelled by any other line ol hand-tailored  clothing on the market. It includes Tweed  Suits, Worsteds, Black and Blue Serges,  Grejl Cheviots, Smoking Jackets, Bath  Robes. Burberry Coats and extra Pants,  all of which we will dispose of at unheard  ot prices..  Neckti  les  We  have put   our  complete  Fancy Stock   of  , Neckties into just three classes.  Sale price, 2 for.  C9G?   59C       grades . ... . %$U(p  Merwear  ' Heavy grades in all-wool Underwear, ribbed or  plain, Nothing to equal it ever  offered. Sale price per suit.  .  Other cheaper varieties in Underwear will  be  sold at this sale for  Per Suit.   Hats  300 Men's Soft and  Hard Felt Hats,  three prices.    Sale price  Just  Men's Jewelry  Our Stock of Men's Jewelry will be cut in  two, including Watch Fobs, Chains, Cuff  Links, etc.  oes, Felts a  e FacKs  Boots and Shoes will come in for their share in this price-butchering sale.    It is not our method to carry our stock from one season to another, which would be ruinous to our.reputation as up-to-date Furnishers.    Strong working boots will be    tf  sold as low as.'��������������������������� .............;..     ^  TUNITY,  Hani  Bridge Street {THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Cut out cathartics and purgatives.   Tlisy iira  trutal-barih-unniccsaary. Try  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable. Act  gently on the liver,  eliminate bile,and  soolhethedeli.  cnteniembrana  of the bowel  Cars Con-  ttipution,  Bilious-  tieis, ���������- ---���������.  ���������JSick Headache and IndicesiSm, as millions htouto  -Small Pill,.Small Dose, Small Price*  Genuine must bear Signature  The  Lame  Trotter  When my frithcr's got a lame trot-  ling liorso, sii, that he's trying to  shuck off his hands, tailored the white  linen nurse, he tloern't ever go around  mournful like, with his head hanging,  tollhift- folks about his wonderful trotter that's just the littlest, teeniest  mite lame. Oh, no. What father  does is to call i> every one ho knows  within twenty miles and,, tell them:  Say Tom, Bill, Harry, or whatever his  name is, what in tho deuce do you  suppose I have got over hero in my  l.-.rn? A lame liorso that wants to  trot, lamer than the dcuco you know,  but can do a mile in 2.40. Faintly  tho little smile quickened again in tho  white "linen nurse's eyes. And the  barn will be full of men in half an  hour, she said. ' Somehow nobody  wants a trotter that's lame but almost  Hujhody seems willing to risk a lame  horse that's plucky enough to want to  trot.���������From 'Tho Whicc Linen Nurse'  in Century.  Tlie  child's  delight  The  picnicker's  choice.  Everybody's  favorite.  W. CLARK. MTr., Montreal  REST AHD HEALTH 10 MOTHER AND. 6HILD.  Mrs. Wik'slow's Soothing Syrup has beats  ffidSu for over SIXTY SfEARS by Ml WtONS of  MOTHERS for tlictr CHILDREN 1VHJM5  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS tlie GUMS.  jkJ.Z.A.'ta all PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC, aad  is the best remedy for DIA.RRHO.vA,. It ia at*  Bolutelv harmless. Be sure and ask lor "Sirs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao otrsl  kind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  WliWlii  WATERPROOF COLl ARS AND CUFFS  Something oettcr than linen anil big  laundry bills. Wash it v.'ltn soap and  water. All stores or direct. State style  and size. For 25c. we will mall you.  .THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA.  ���������   .- -Limited   .   -  58   Fraser  Avenue,   Toronto,   Ontario  Hreo te*\-OUTOFS0RTS"RUN DOWN'or'GOTTllE tLVKt  ���������urriR from kidniy, ������l*ddkk, kxxvoui diseasml  OHIIOKIC WEAKHESS&S.ULCEBS.SEIN RRUPT10tlS.riI.Efc  ������rttt������ for my FREE book,  the most instructive  MEDICAL BOOK EVER WRITTEN,ITTILLSALL������bout thest  iJHERAPION Brs&SS  SB'tthor������������u������d7tonrou������owi������������nin������ot. DoalMMUatat,  jJkMlutcfrPRSe. No'faUovap'clreiirars. Dl-LsCursa  fUS. CO. JUVBUTOCX RD. H AkrgTEAO, LoaDOM.ttafi.  The Heart of a Piano is the  Action,   Insist on the  "Otto Hie;-1"  Piano Action  GUARD THE BABY AGAINST COLDS  The season for cohlc is at hand  antl unless the mother keeps a continual watch ovo: Iter little ones cold will  seixc them and often more serious results follow. An occasional doso or  Baby's Own Tablets will prevent colds,  or if they do come on suddenly the  Tablets will clear the stomach and  bowels and instantly relieve the baby  from cold. The T-.blets aro sold by  medicine dealers or by mall at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  ���������Medicine Co., Brock ville,  Ont.  Mangled Name?  r remember one London cricic telling me, writes 13. N. in tiie Birmingham Post, how ho had wired (o a Glasgow paper tho news that the great  Nikisch had just arrived and would  conduct the London Symphony orchestra on such and such a dai.e. The  telegraph jpera'cor, as usual, spelled  the unfamiliar name along lhe..li������o of  least resistance. The Glasgow subeditor, not being a musical man. had  never heard ot Niklsch. but as the adjective 'groat' was prefixed ,to tho  name, ho naturally assumed that he  must be a Scotchman, so the Glasgow  public was informed the next day that  the great McKish had arrived in London.-  I remember also a London colleague  reduced to a state cf collapse by discovering that he had been made to  say that Andrew Bla-jk had suns:  Ninepin Andrew, instead of Non pin  andrai.  Foi Frost Bites and Chilblains.���������  Chilblains come from undue exposiuv  to slush and cold and frost-bite from  the icy winds of winter. In the treatment of either there is no better preparation than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil, as it counteracts the inflammation  and relieves the pain. The action of  the oil is instantaneous and its appli  cation is extumely simple.  Book Free.    A giznpte  Heme   treatment removed  lamp front thin lady's breasi  Old sores, ulcers  and  growths cared.    Describe  your trouble: we will (end book and testimonials,  THE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Uv.nio  10 CHURCHILL AVE.. TORONTO  LADIES WANTED ��������� DO AUTISTIC  congenial need vork at homo: make  from three to live dollars per day decorating cushion lops. Armour Art C*..  Dept.   B.,  Brcdalbano  Block,   Winnipeg:.  For Sunday School Teachers  A teacher in a mission Sunday  school in a Scottish town has some  interesting stories to tell, in the Missionary Record of the United Free  church ��������� of the'answers which have  come from infant lips to her Bible,  question's. Sometimes one gets a  perfectly '.-natural but wholly unexpected reply. Asked wha'c Naaman did  after washing in the Jordan before he  returned to his native land', ono mite  gave the obvious answer: Dry hissell'.  Tho class was told the story of the little Shunamite, his sunstroke and bis  restoration by the prophet, and wishing to inculcate gratitude the teacher  asked what the mother.would do when  she got him back. Pit a bannet on  his held, shouted immediately a prac  tical youth.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria.  None of Them Horrid  Miss Prim���������Allow c. horrid man to  kiss mo���������never!  Miss Peach���������Neither would I;  but  thank goodness, there isn't one among  all my male acquaintances.  The J.vl who looks straight out of  a carriage window is often looking at  the man opposite at the same time,  and the man is apt to forget that he  is reflected through the window pane.  France's Foreign Legion  The French "'ore ������legion, which  is always tho cause of so much bad  blood in Germany, is the only regiment of its kind in existence. It dates  from 1831, when Franco undertook the  conquest of Algeria. It consists of  two regiments, each four battalions  strong, drawn from all tiro adventurers of Europe. It ia popular not only  because no questions are asked, but  because promotion is open to all, within limits, and a certain number of tho  officers have risen from the ranks.  All classes are to he found among its  members and all natioualties, but the  many Germans do not describe themselves as such���������they are all .Alsatians. Tho reason for its continued  existence is that France cannot spare  its men nor send enough who would  leave the comforts of civilazation for  the wastes of Africa or V:. 2 swamps  oi' Tonkin.  A  Blissful Ignor.rnce  man went tj ;> judge and asked  50c. a box cr six boxes for $2.50,  at all dealers, or The Dodds Medicine Comp?ny, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  whether he could bring suit for slander against a man who had called him  11 rhinoceros.  Why, certainly, said I Ik judge.  When* did .10 call you t.haf.'  About threo yearn ago.  Three yearn ago'. And you only  atari, suit today?  Hut, your honor, yc:s;terd;.y I ?nw a  rhinoceros for the first tliur-.  Try Murine   Eye Remedy  :C- you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes  )r Granulated Eyelids.   Doesn't &  mart  W.   N.   U.  97f  -.Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist* Sell  Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, SOi.  Murina Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes,  25c,  50c.    Eye  ISooki:  Free  hy  Mail.  An Ey* Tonic Good lor All ������y������e trial Niad Car*  Murine  II yo  Remedy  Co.,   Chica"*  Historic London Street  Friday street Is ono of the most interesting and ancient of the thoroughfares of London. As long ago as  1305 a reference to it appears in the  city records, and even then it was probably old. Close by it stood the  Nag's Head tavern, which is famous  in history an tho p:v'T.endod scene of  the consecration of Matthew Parker,  archbishop of Canterbury, in tho reign  of Queen Elizabeth.  The name of Friday sLreet is derived from tho .fact that In medieval  time-, many fishmongers resided there  and held their Friday, market in the  vicinity. By a strange- contrariety  of nomenclature'the Wednesday club  met at a hostelry In tho street, and  there, in 1G95, under.:.the direction of  William Paterson, discussed at great  length the proposals which eventuated in the establishment of the Bank of  England,  wtws>s^s^mirsi^ssi^as^sEss^sm  A Carelessly Treated Go.  nig2333SE>reMTrr.������szffivcg3Bassazn^^  Awful Asthma Attacks.���������Is there a  member cf your family who is in the  power of this distressing-trouble? No  service you can.render him will equal  the bringing lo his attention of Br. ,T.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This  remarkable rem?dy rests its reputation upon what it has done for others,  it has a truly wonderful record, covering 3-oars nnd years of success in almost every part of this, continent, and  even beyond the seas.  Origin of the Dram;;  Tho drama, in the only souse in  which it is worth talking about, had  its origin in Greece immediately following the clef oat of Darius and Xer-  ::cs, about B.C. 'KiO. Its birthplace  was Athens, and'its fathers were Aeschylus and Aristophanes���������Aeschylus  of tragedy and Aristophanes of comedy. When the Greek unci Roman  civilization went into eclipse under  the black cloud of northern barbarian-  ism the theatre, as with nca.-ly everything pise, becan.c^oxtiuet, Lul during  the middle ages acting was in a measure resumed in the form of the Moralities, or moral plays of tho ecclesiastics, and it was from "such nlavs  that l.i'c mod:r.i drama was slowly  evolved.  Wo  believe  MINARD'S LIXIMENT  is the best:  Mathias Foley, Oil City. Onf.  Joseph Snow. Norway. Me.  Charles Whooten, Mulgrave, N'.S.  Rev. R. O. Armstrong, Mulgrave. N.S.  Pierre Landers,    sonr.,    Pokemoucho,  Thomas Wesson, Sheffield, N.B,  is the source of most sickness because drugged  pills, syrups and alcoholic mixtures arc  uncertain and unsafe.  Scott's Emulsion has been relied upon, by  physicians for forty years as the safe and sensible  remedy to suppress the cold and build up the  enfeebled forces to avert throat and lung troubles:  Don't tolerate alcoholic substitutes, hut insist  on the GessMfao Sempti's EesteaZsism*  One bottle usually  lasts longer than a cold.   Every druggist has it.    i/75   ,���������  A popular doelcr was not long ago  much pleased with a certain iterated  water, and by his assiduous recommendations procur.d for it a celebrity  it justly deserved. The doctor acted  solely "in the inf.rests of' humanity  generally, and expected no return. To  his surprise there r:iuo one morning  an effusive letter ironi tin company,  saying that his recommendations had  done them so much good that they  ventured to send l.im a hundred-���������-'  Here the page can. to an end. This  willnever do; said the doctor;- it is  verv kind, but I could not think.of accepting anything. Hero, he turned  the page and found ihe sentence ran:  of our circulars for distribution.  Sancfroid  President W'ilso-t's sangfroid is unfailing, said u. diplomat- as unfailing  as his fund of anecdote. .  Apropos of the shipping-rebate..- I  complimented-the" president on his  sancfroid--tho other day. He replied  with his dry smile, that he tried to  imitate the gravedigger.  A gravedigger, he explained, had the  hahic of visiting his-.cemetery every  night at. about midnight to see th:.t all  was going well.  Some bovs decided tc play a trick  on him- They dug a trench in a dark  spot which t'-ic gravedigger always  passed over, and ono of their num'.er  clothed in a while pheet, hid behind  1 tree.  The gravedlggtr at midnicht disappeared, and sure enough, ho stumbled aud fell into the grave.  Then the boy in 'the sheet stopped  forth and said in lnllow tones:  What are you doing in my.grave?  What are you doing out of it? the  gravedigger  calmly  replied  A Hope at Least  In my time, declared grandma, girls  were more modes:.  I know, said tha flippant girl. It  was a fad 01.ee. We may get baclc  to it.  An r.ngry mother had her ���������little son  by the hand and held a menacing cane.  I'll teach yotuto tie a kettle to the  cat's tail, said t e^mofher.  It wasn't out cat,"said ' .0 bo;/. .  No, it wasn't, but it was our kettle,  said the mother.  We don't print any - such stuff ������3  that! said the editor, loftily, as he  handed back themauuscript.  Well, you needn't, be sc haughty  ,about it! retorted the irregular contributor. You. arc not the only ono  who won't print it.  W/y  ?Jfr/  IMlA  ������ft  A G4N&D1/IN Knight.  Distinguished Service Order  g)mp^niq n' of' the it/ih'ge  A P>?STE    j  THE F F D/ILLEY G> U&.I No DtlST  NO WASTE    I    HAMILTON        CANADA     I No RUST  Dally Market Letter and Sairnplo Grain Bags.  Send us your name and address and we will  put you. on our mailing Jlst���������it's free.    Let us  keep you posted on market rprice3 for grain.  Personal attention given'to selling and grading/of all " "  cars. Our Car Tracing ��������� and Claim Departments "work In our  clients' interests. We have every facility for prompt sorvlce and  wo get best results forshlppors.  Send toTday for a supply of sample bags and deal with s  firm whose business has heen built up by satisfied customers.  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS  7Cea GRAIN EXCHANGE     -     WINNIPEG, MAN.  Paid-up Capital,. $150,000  or  References,     any    Bank  Commercial Agency.  Your Oven Gains  1  %  V  41  I  1  JVfl  by Our Oven Test  ������������������������������������  - 11 . ���������f  Your oven becomes a  certain, producer of more  bread  and  better bread*  We can promise that.        ���������  For from each shipment-���������  of wheat delivered at our mills  we take a ten pound sample;  We grind it into flour.   We  bake the flour into bread.  If this bread is high in  quality and large in quantity/  we use the shipment.. Otherwise we sell ii.  There is no guess-work  about our promise of more  bread and better bread from  flour '.bearing this name.  at mm tax* *-J  r  ''Bread and Belter*Bread" and  \/ "Better Pastry Too'1      ���������*&".  FARMERS    --.  Can always make sure cf getting the  highest    prices    for    WHEAT,   -OATS,  , BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car    lots to    FORT    WILLIAM    AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission b-  THOMPSON,  SONS AND COMPANY  THE    WELL-KNOWN    FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDRESS 70C-703 Y., GRAIN   CXCHANGE, WINNIPEG  Wear them ��������� Give them  For Holiday Social Affairs  or for Seasonable Gifts  Sec that the well known trademarks  as shown in cuts arc on every glove  yon buy and you will then be sure  of perfect  Style, Fit and Finish.  Best doalers *verywher������ sell the genuine PERRIM'S GLOVES,  4-ii-U  IIWHlflriWI 11111 HUTMflTralMII llinfrfMIBH liHIIIHIrrTTnlli' THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  If  AEROPLANE WING  SHAPES.  New Brunswick's Highest Judicial  Officer Is Seventy-Five Years Old  and Has Labored In His Native  Province All His Life���������Sal In the  House of Commons for St. John  In   the   'Eighties.  A distinguished' Canadian, who  was made n K.C.M.U. when the  King's honors were distributed recently, is Sir Frederic Eustache  Barker, chief justice of New Brunswick.  Seventy-five 3*ear3 ago Sir Frederic  was born in Sheffield, N.B., and all  his life has lived and worked in his  SIRFKEDEMC EUSTACHE EAnKnE.  native province though his example  and influence have been felt all oveT  Canada.'  He was called to the bar in 1861,  after graduating from the Provincial  University and rapidly rose through  ability to important positions in the  legal "profession. From 1885 to 1S87  ho represented St. John, N.B., in  the House of Commons. In 1893 he  was made puisne judge of  the  Su-  Jireme Court of New Brunswick and  n 1908 became chief justice of that  province. He is a senator and ex-  sraincr in law of the New Brunswick  University.  Went   Right  To   tt.  James Franco. Dwyer, the Austra.  Han novelist, tells the following story  about the Japanese. Dwyer began as  a reporter in Melbourne.  "Japan sent a warship on invitation  {o Australia," said he. "We were tr  ixnveil a monument in a park in thp  Interior of Melbourne. The Japanesp  Bailors were to grace the occasion."  ��������� Not one of the Japanese had ever  keen on shore there before. When the  morning of the unveiling came Melbourne sent a mounted escort to show  -the-visitors.the way to the park. The  eBcort wasn't^needed. At the head of  the brown column marched an officer,  with his nose on a map, pinned to a  bit of board.  ��������� "He never: looked up," 6aid Dwyer.  "Now and then he*d give an order iri  Japanese, " and the column would  wheel to the left or right. Kind friend?  would wave then*, hands at the mount  ���������id escort, marching 'proudly on the  wrong street, and tell them they ha-  lost the city's-guests."  Two or three times that performance  wag repeated;   Then the -mounted es  cort gave it up in disgust. The Japanese went to the park in the interior of  the city straight as pigeon flies to a  hole in the barn.   Afterwards Dwyer  and   other   reporters   measured   the  route and discovered that the Japan-  cse. guided only by their war map,,  had taken the shortest route to their,  destination through a strange city.  The Lady's Choice.  Dr. Maenamara, -who started; lifers  a schoolmaster,' has amusing election  experiences to. relate. ^.On one occasion, when he was in the middle of a  speech, an old lady .excitedly asked,.  "Are you in favor of the repeal of the  Blasphemy Laws?"  "Madam," was the ready reply.   "I  ������m a golfer."  Another amusing experience fell to  hij lot when he was due to address a  meeting at a large board school. Ho  arrived somewhat late, and was forced  to make his vray through the crowded  hall. He found Iris passage barred by  a pretty young, lady leaning on the  arm-of an admirer, nnd was. forced to  overhear the following conversation:  -..'What's'on here to-night, George?"  'Oh,- some spoeckifying, I believe."  "Who is speaking?"  "]Jr, Maenamara."  "Let's go back to one of the dark  class-moms, George."  CHIEF   JUSTICE    BARKER    ROSE  RAPIDLY TO HIS POSITION.  One of the Big Problems In Developing  ' Flying Machines.  Wind shields on automobiles arranged to,deflect tho wind upward so  that the driver will not receive the full  force of tho wind ecu when his eyes  aro above tho level of tho top of the  wind shield, aro common enough, but  this principle of wild ()ctiocti->n has  now been applied Ingeniously to an  aeroplane. The of ect sought is to  make a reduced air pressure above tbo  aeroplane wings or planes, and consequently to increas > their lifting power. The front of th > wing is so curved that, the wind sh >ols up above tho  plane instead of slid ng along its top.  . It is the idea of one of the groat  number of foreign scientists who are  now studying wing shapes. - His laboratory tests and a 'imited number of  practical tests hat ������ convinced him  that a very cousid -rable increase of  lifting'power can ho gained in this  way. So be is now preparing to make  complete tests wilt a practical machine. It is on this 'question of wing  shapes that the futi 'o development of  aeroplaiiing largely ests  . Birds have ah enormously greater  lifting ability in pro. ������������������"���������tion to the power they exert than lo aeroplanes, duo  undoubtedly to the s'lapes of their bodies and their wing 1 Tms.  Tho efficiency of t e gasoline engine  has enabled t :n to overcome tho inefficiency of aerop ano shapes and  wings, but tho pror.iiling tendency in  flying now is to giv< ��������� loss attention to  .increasing the powe* and more alten-  'tion to shaping tho vings so they will  lift as much as thi v should, and so  lhat they will giv ��������� hotter stability  when trying through the air.���������Saturday  Evening Post.  PANAMA'S WA ER BRIDGE.  A few days ago a fire occurred In tlie  stercotypo room of one of Voronto's  Jargo printing offices, and'after it was  out Policeman XX.'il camu iu to make  inquiries nod write out a report.  "What do you think was the cause  of the tiro?" ho asked.  "Spontaneous combustion," replied  the manager.  "We'll put it down as nn overheated  furr.Mir," fiaid tho policeruiirr.  Ottawa Over 100,000 Mark.  Ottawa'u population is estimated now [  by  both   the  directory  publishers   and  fho city nrwiiBora at mor������ than a hua- ,  drcd nnd mm ihousnnd.  That Is What Uncli   Sam's Wonderful  Canal R   illy Is.  "What tho engine rs of the United  Stat >s government -ire constructing at  Pana a. is not a (anal through the  Isth aus but a bridge of water across  and above it. The so called canal is  a huge water bridgi, tho first in tho  world's history. It is about thirl}--  four miles in length eighty-seven feet  high, with a chnnnel of water through  its center varying in aeplh from forty-  five to eighty-seven feet and-in width  at the bottom'from :J00 to 1.000 feet.  The bridge is divided into two sections, Gatun lake and Cnlebra cut,  ,theVlatter being an arm of the former.  Access ri the bridge by vessels will he  by means of water elevators, six in  duplicate at either end, each 1,000 feet  long, 110 feet wide and with a combined lift of eighty-seve^ feet At the  Atlantic end tho elevators are grouped  one above another/like a flight of three  steps. At the' Pacific end two pairs  of elevators are grouped at the bottom  "and are separated from tho third pair  above by a, platform of water in the  form of a lake about a mile and a half  In length. Tho piers or walls which  hold the bridge in place are the Gatun  dam and elevator gates at the Atlantic  end and the dam and elevator gates at  I'edro Miguel, at the Pacific end.  - About nine miles of the canal will be  through Culebra cut, and those nine  miles;constitute all that can properly  be called a canal unless the sea approaches at either end be included iu  that designation.���������.losephEucklin P.ish-  op in Scribner's.'  * "He's Got It."  The very . newest. slang expression  among college undergraduates, where  slangy and picturesque expressions always are up with and often ahead of  the times, is "He's got It." If a man  has "got It" he Is. distinctly all right  His fellow students have'put oa him  the seal of their unqualified approval.  They have bestowed upon him the  highest praise that they can bestow.  There is about him an indefinite something, ��������� morally .and . mentally, that  makes htm all right���������a s tare, clean,  capable, likable chap. Ai. s tlie'case  with most slang, tho genets of "He's  got it" la hard to tracts-New York  Letter to Pittsburgh Dteoatcli.  Who Edits the Magazines.  During a recent discussion of the old  question, college versus no college, ono  of the" contestants .remarked that tho  substantial monthly magazines were  not edited by allege graduates. Tho  mrm who made the remark was  promptly confronted with the following record:  Tho Century, edited hy Itobcrt Sterling Yard, Princeton 'S3: Roribuer's,  Edward L. Burlinganie, Harvard '(59;  TInrper'a, Henry M. Alden, Williams  ���������57: Atlantic Monthly, Kllory Sedgwick,  Harvard '01;: Review of Reviews. Albert Shsnv..Griiii)oll '7!), ond World's  .Work, Arthur \V. Page. Harvard m  Pay Day.  Creditor--] should like to know when  you uio going to pay Mil* bill. I can't  come hero every day In Ihe week.  Dobtor-What day would unit you  host?  Credit or-K������t in-day.  Debtor���������Wry well. Then yon can  cull every Saturday.���������London Opinion.  CAPITALIZING CHARACTER.  Italian Laborers Hnds Strikes by Becoming Their Own Employers.  Wherever ono travels through the  north of Italy he sees large or small  groups, of workinfemen, skilled or  unskilled, with no padrone to drivo  them, making roads, carting the  gravel for railways for the Government, erecting big apartment houses  for the working people to live in,  extending their operations to every  soi-t of trade by organizing themselves into co-operative so������ieties to  undertake big contracts. Binding  themselves together to work for  themselves and for one another, paying their own wages, carrying the responsibility of properly fulfilling  their contract,'and depositing a fund  to guarantee its completion, they  eliminate the intervening contractors  -entirely, saving the middleman's  profit to divide among themselves in  proportion to the amount of work  which each man has contributed and  to the existir- wage scale for his  trade. Having now become their  own employers they have in thoir  own work eliminated the strike.  The labor co-operative society is  the latest and farthest advance of  collectivism to-day, and some forms  of it In Italy aio unique. Ask these  laborers about their work, how they  are holding together, how they  secured the contract and,the necessary guarantee to obtain it, how  they have been able to purchase all  the machinery required to carry it  out. and they will tell you that there  is a co-operative bank in tho neighboring city to which they belong,  with which their contract is deposited, and ��������� which advances them from  month to month the necessary funds  for equipment, npplies and wages.  Eased on assets which had previously^ been of negligible value to  the laborer in the securing of credit  ���������namely, character, thrift, the ambition of every man to got on, his  normal, impulse to produce the greatest 'within him, mere numbers which,  -joined together with their small  mites of money, are no more to be  despised than a Rothschild singly���������.  there have -arisen", in Italy a host of  Banks of the People���������Bancho Popo-  Jari���������a veritable army of co-operative savings and loan societies which  have given to individual members a  credit service previously inaccessible  if not impossible, and which now are  extending their operations to reliable  co-operative groups of workmen.  Owned and operated by the; people  'themselves on the most democratic  lines, the power is diffused by the  single vote which each member  wields, irrespective of the.number of  shares he holds.  ft SONG OF THE FUTURE.  ������iy mother'.was a lady, an English suffragette;,  'She spent three years In prison, but not  for theft or debt;  Bho burned a baron's castle and .thereby  won renown,  She bravely helped In . tearing "Westminster abbey down;  She .broke- a hundred windows, she laid 6  jockey lovr  And pulled ICirjs George's whiskers on������  day in; Rotten row.  CHORUS.  My mother; was a lady,  Which no one shall deny;  Her ways were never shady.  Her alms were always high:  With raiment ripped arid gory  She earned the -world's applause  And won undying glory  In fighting for the cause.  Wy mother was a lady, she wrecked and  tore and< slashed;  The land is filled with ruins that show  how well sho smashed;  She wrecked 'a .railway."engine by pulling  up the spikes.  She showed her -gentle breeding in twenty hunger strikes;  ��������� She  dynamited   bridges,- she  put  strong  !      ���������-'���������   men to flight  And pulled policemen's noses to show, that  Sho was right.  My mother was  a lady,   she learned to  loudly screech;  Defying   mobs .--.she   bravely   indulged  in  public speech;  She often tore tiie buttons from trembling  statesmen's coats,  Sho  burned and  wrecked   ar.d shattered  i and bled for women's votes;  Blie caused St. Paul's to tumble, she laid  St. James'  low  And pulled  King George's  whiskers ont  day in Rotten'.row.  ���������Chicago Record-HcraIrL-  Thrilling Tale of a Small Boy and  a Great Big Fish.  All In One Page.  Only Looked Like One.  Tho King of Saxony is a man ol  democratic tastes, who likes nothing  better than to be taken for one of  his own subjects. One hot afternoon, when he 'was out riding, accompanied by an attendant, lie  came, it is said, upon a butcher who  was trying to repair the broken-axle'  of his.cart. The king at once offered his assistance, and for ^ver an  hour the three inen���������king, butcher,  and attendant���������worked in' silence  beneath the blazing sun.  When they had finished the butcher stared strlidly at the king for a  moment. Then his face lighted up  as he thought that he saw the explanation of the kindness.  "Oh," he said, "you also are a  butcher?"  "No," replied the king regretfully,  "I only look like one!"  Turning a Tight Screw.  Any one who has attempted to remove a very tight screw knows what  a very, difficult business it is. After  'straining and twisting for a considerable time the operators frequently  ends by losing his temper' and destroying the bite of the screw, which  remains fixed as tightly as ever. With  the aid of a pair of pinchers, however the affair is quite a simple one.  Place the screwdriyer in position and  then catch hold of the blade with  the pinchers just above the head of  the crew. Press the screwdriver firmly and at the same time twist round  the blade with the pinchers. The  tightest screw will yield immediately  to this sort of persuasion.  His  Steady Job. ,  This happened to a nodal worker.  She had been interested in the case  of a needy family. The father had  been "sent up" several times for  short terms for minor offences, but  was now supposed to be "out" and  working at a steady Job. One day  she thought to inquire.  'I haven't seen your father for  come time," she remarked to the 11-  year-old daughter. - "What Is he doing now?"  "I think he's doln' a year, main."  Plenty of Doors.  They were planning a state capitol.  "1 sec yon. have only allowed foi  eight doors to the senate chamber,"  said tho chairman.  "That is amply sufficient." declared  the 'architect, 'Tor purposes of ingress  and egress."  . "No doubt, no doubt. But you had  better double (he number. Every senator likes to appoint a- few doorkceiv  ers."��������� Louisville Courier-Journal.  .   Airy Persiflage.  "What lofty thoughts must come lo  you. Mr. Kly'rc,. as you go sailing  through tho air, thousands of feet  above the earth, free as a bird! Why  don't you commit them to paper?"  "My dear Miss Flyppe, such thoughts  would be far. far above the heads of  ordinary  mortals."-Cliicago Tribune.  Tho Best Man.  "These eugonlsts have some rulber  apsetting notions." .  "What, for example?"  "Well, for ono thing they say that at  4 wedding tho groom might always to  be the best man." - liostun Transcript  Horses Not Like Machines.  AnirnalH aro not like the machinery  on the farm. They havo a mind and  sensibilities that (should bo given  some consideration hy those who  have to work wilh them, A rnachino  can bo neglected und misused, and  tho greatest harm that can come of  It 'h that the owner will havo to buy a  now machine, but an animal that Is  treated In a nlmllur manner la made  to suffer pain, Ilorsen get tired and  need good food, water and rent. Don't  treat them like mero machines.  Tho Question Answered.  Doctor (after oxrimliiiitloni-Miidam,  there Is nothing rilling you Vou have  li constitution of Iron. Obese Patient���������  1 have often wondered what made me  wo heavy.���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Sim struck his fancy.   They were wca.  Tho honeymoon war, dandy.  And now r.lio strllcc.i Film on the head  Or anywhere thal'st Innrty.  ���������Cincinnati Knq ilrer.  "1  am  goiug  to  put  into  my  new  book all the knowledge I  have ever  i acquired."  '     "But won't it look more like a leaf-  ! let   than   a   real   book   then?"���������ritt*  bivrgh Press.  A   PIKE'S  FUTILE  STRUGGLE.  Accomplished   Performer.  Mrs. young���������They say Mrs. Tubbs  treats her husband like a mandolin.  Mrs. Younger���������flow like a mandolin?  Mrs. Young���������Picking on him all tin?  time.���������Kansas City Star.  Glee Club Man���������flow do you like that  refrain?  Unappreciatlve Friend���������The more  you refrain the better I like it���������Pelican.  There Is no use as I can see  Tu growling all the timo.  The rough baric of a hickory tree  Ho'er stopped a cheerful lad If he  Had made his mind to climb.  ���������Detroit Free Press.  Photo by American Press Associa tion.  FlSnEltMAK'S LUCK.  ���������  ago (he boy's father invited a party of  guests to try their skill with the rod  j on a lake near his home.    Alexander  !" went along,  too,  and  when  the day  j  was over  he had tho largest fish  of  any caught.   In fact, it'was one of the  largest taken during the season.  When  the count hooked his fish he was nearly jerked out of the boat, but: he hung  ou manfully and. with tho aid of the  boatman succeeded in landing the bijj  pike after half an hour's hard work.  Perhaps tho boatman helped a great  deal,  nobody  knows  but ho and  tlie  hoy. but in any event it was a great  ; feat to bring home the best catch of  the day.  Adam and Eve.  ���������This is.a jolly gain* when twelve or  more play. A circle is formed all<'  standing, and one is placed nn the center called Eve. Eve is blindfolded nnd  then the circle goes around a few  times very quietly until Eve teiis  them to stop. Eve then points iu some  direction and the person who is pointed to must go into the circle with Kvo  and is called Adam. Eve then calls  Adam nnd Adam must answer'mid say  Kve. By this Eve is supposed to locale  him, but when Eve comes toward the  place where Adnm answered he must  run to the other side of the circle or  any .place within it and always try to  stay out of Eve's reach, nnd as sho is  blindfolded she cannot tell whi-ro  Adam is only by his voice. It is the  most fun when Eve calls very fast, as  Adam will have to answer fust and  then she can locate him bolter. When  Eve has caught Adam she must gin-s<  who it Is. If she guesses right Evu  joins tho circle and Adam must lie  Eve. P.ut if Eve's guess is wrong sin;  must stand again and Adam joins the  circle and the game proceeds.���������i-'ruiu ii  Good Timer, Bertha Scichter.  First Stude��������� How near were you to  the right answer to the fifth question?  Second Studo���������Two scats away.���������  Cornell Widow.  Monoplane Went Cheap.  The monoplane of whicji Colonel  Cody had such great hopes fetched  no jore than $70. Without the engine Mr. Leon Cody reckoned tn^l it  had  cost   $2,500.  Farmer���������That'a the mother ol those  ! eovoii plga.  i     Visitor���������So I sec, (hey arc nil so lik*  ���������  her in the fnce.-Fliogeudc Bin tier.  (Jood and Had News.  i     The wifo of a New Seaham miner  . won $10,000 in a Geneva nwoopstake  on the St. Leger.    She received the  news simultaneously with a mcauage  mnounclng the death of her mother.;  i        Krom the window little Willy  I Dropped his brother with frr.at Joy,  I        Told liln mother ms she fainted,  "Watch our bounehiK baby boy I"  ; Free From Diseases.  I    There Is an entire absonco of all,  forma of tuberculoids, malignant dls-  ! ������afl6B, rheumatic fever, and lnfoctioua  JUcaees In tb,e Falkland Islands  Youthful Angler Triumphs Over Grown  Folks With the Rod���������Various Bits of  Information of Interest to Litt'e  People.  The young gentleman who is so  pioudly displaying the big fish h ju-li- ~>  tied in feeling a littlo vain, lie caught  the fish himself, and any |joy who  cares about tishing knows how good it  feels lo capture such a whopper. The  fisherman in this case is Count Alexander Ilockberg. and ho is one of the  sous of Triuco Henry of Pless. ou  whose country estate in Ober-Schlesicn  the big Gsli was captured.    Not long THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  li  IN  F. Shaw Baker Buys J. H.  McNeil's Interest in  Feed Business  firm   will   be   know   as the Grand  Forks Feed & Produce company.  Mr. McNeil is too good a citizen  to lose, and he has promised The  Sun to remain in the city and take  part in the Franklin camp boom  next summer.  LIVE GITY  (T  A business deal of considerable  importance was consumated yesterday. F. Shaw Baker, the well-  known rancher, who owns the finest  and costliest farm residence in the  valley, purchased J. H. McNeil's  interest in the firm of McNeil  & Henniger, flour and feed mer  chants, involving a monetary consideration of about $8000. Messrs'  Shaw and Henniger will undoubtedly make a strong  team.    The   new  HANSEN 8 GO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  A sitting of the'county court will  be held in this city on the loth  inst. The docket for this session is  said to be unusually long.  Buy  Your  (rait 0  oa! Now  ' OFprcis!      ���������   '  ���������  F. Downey's Cigar Sture  First Street  Telephones; -  OrprcE, Rfi6 ���������        ���������������������������  Hansen's Reside:-ce.K38  It snowed nearly every night this  week. Unfortunately the snow was  converted into water before it  reached the ground to render it ser-  vicable for sleighing.  give a "smoker" to a number of their  friends at the Big Y ranch tomorrow night. Tbe Sun's special correspondent will cover the event.    -  The funeral of the Mrs. Sarah L.  Allen was held from the family  residence in the Ruckle addition on  Monday afternoon. A large number of citizens and friends of the  family paid their last respects to the  memory of the deceased by attending. The service was conducted by  Rev. Mr.-Hainan, of Christ  church.  Messrs. W. F. Armstrong,  H.  F.  Broad   and   August  Schnitter will  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PHONF 64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  ��������� At the-Presbyterian church next  Sabbath, January 11, at the even  ing service, the pastor will preach a  sermon dealing with the subject,  "Tbe Responsibility of the Christian  Voter in Municipal Government."'  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,  ��������� Highest market price paid for live  stock.1  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous'-attention.  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness shop at my old  stand on Bridge street, and will manufacture  *.t'-        u ������������������ and  do all kinds  ot  ,NeW Hartl eSS hgbTnGSs repairing.. All  work guaranteed. "' Your patronage is solicited.  Card of thanks  We wish to tender our heartfelt  thanks to our friends and aquaint-  ances, and to the public generally,  for tlie kind expressions of sympathy during the illness and after the  death of our late*mother. ���������  Charles Allen,  Laura Allen,  Osborne Allen.  A  zA Happy and Prosperous New Year to All  Thanking all our Customers for  Past Favors and hoping to receive a Continuance of the same  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear *  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  cAll Its Branches  BOUNDARY  TRUST &  INVESTMENT CO., LTD  Established 1901  First Street  To   the   tlectors   of Grand  Forks  c  At the solicitation of a large" number of ratepayers, and following tire  custom of a two year ferm, T have decided to again place my name before  the electors for re election as Mayor  at the forthcoming elections.  If elected it will be my earnest endeavor to serve faithfully the best interests of our city by a progressive  and energetic- policy. I favor the  strict enforcement of law; a square  deal to all regardless of locality, with  special favors to none.  Respectfully    soliciting  your  vote  and influence, I am  Yours resoecqfullv, ���������.  G. M. FRIPP.  The Arcadian Malleable Non*Breakable Range is not made of cheap coke ,  steel Hit of the best' Charcoal Iron Plates, and its castings are not made of j  common gray iron, but ot the Highest Quality of flalleable Iron.".     ,  Malleable Iron is the ideal material for a practical, durable and economical  range. Owing to its close, dense and compact texture; it is better fitted to  resist the strain of heating and cooling. It possesses great strength.  Charcoal Iron, of which the best and largest steam boilers are made, in  order that they may endure die greatest strain, i> what is used for tlie body of  the Arcadian Range. ��������� This charcoal iron has a density and fineness of gram  which gives it great-power of resistance against rust and crystalizadon,. making,  it practically indestructible. .'���������'"'���������'"'-   *    ,_        *   ������ .v '���������  A pure asbestos mill-board is used to line the nW������nd other parts ot-tne  range.   It is held between a'sheet of charcoal iron and the charcoal iron body. .  All joints of the Arcadian Range are riveted, bo closely .and solidly and|  with such skill that they are a. tight is a locomotive boiler and will OOV������r  open from expansion or contraction. ., ..,      .  MEETS THE NEEDS OF THE HOME OF TODAY  MILLER^GARDNER  ;u.������. I'ng.w.'- ii'.wn"'.'!������ ^fje* jiimr.**  CUSTOMS RtCtlPTS  10 CENT "CASCARETS"  FOR LIVER AND BOWELS  Cure   Sick    Headache,   Constipation,  Biliousness,   Sour   Stomach,   Bad  Breath���������Candy Cathartic.  No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head  aches, how miserable you are from  constipation, indigestion, biliousness  and sluggish bowels���������you always get  relief with Cascarets. They immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food  and foul gases; take the excess bile  from the liver and carry off the constipated waste .matter and poison  from the intestines and bowels. A  10-cent box from your druggist will  keep your liver and bowels clean;  stomach sweet and head clear for  months.   They work while you sleep.  PEOPLE SHOULD GUARD  AGAINST APPENDICITIS  Grand Fork*, r eople who liate.-tnii  fich unci bowel tumble hhmiirl uumd  a.������iiiist appendicitis by talking simple  buckthorn Iwrk. glycerine, etc., sis  compounded in Adler J kH, the Ger  man ivmedv which became famous by  curing appendicitis J UttT ONE  DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on  the stomach and con.Mipatiorr INSTANTLY because this siimple^ mixture ' draws off sucri a surprising  amount of old foul matter from the  body..   Woodland'& Quinn, druggists.  R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at this  orb, makes the following detailed re-  ort of the customs receipts at the  arious sub customs offices, as re-  orted to the chief office in this city,  or the month of December:  Grand Forks  ������1,931.30  Phoenix...:         1,051.42  Carson       .^f  Carcade   --    d2bJ  Total  33,133.52  Annson the shoe man has removed  to his new/stand, corner Bridge and  Fourth streets.  ��������� Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves arid Ranges.; E. C. Peckham,  Second-hand Store..-  TAKES OK? DANjDEUPF,   .  : EAIE STOPS FALLOT  Save your Hair!   Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine right now���������Also   ,  stops itching-scalp.  IT WILL MAKE YOU. HAPPt  Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy  hair is mute evidence of a neglected  scalp;   of dandruff���������that awful scurf.  There is nothing so destructive to  the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair  of its lustre, its strength and .its very  life; eventually producing a feverish-  ness and itching of the scalp, which  if not remedied causes the hair roots  to shrink, loosen and die���������then tho  hair falls out fast. A little Danderi-  tonight���������now���������any time���������will s-ir"1  save your hair.  Got a 25 cent Dottle of Knowltons  Danderine from any drug store. You  surely can have beautiful hair and lots  of it if vou will just try a little Danderine. "  Save   your   hair!    Try   it!  ,       ''////A  No need having piles any longer!  No need of suffering another day!  Steam's Pile Remedy (complete with  tube) will help you or IT COSTS .YOU  NOT  ONE' CENT.  This remedy is a combination or the  lately discovered, high-priced .Adrenalin Chloride with other powerful curative principles, and IT STOPS THE  PILE PAIN  IN ONE  MINUTE!  So sure are we that -Steam's Pile  Remedy will benefit you that we will  REFUND YOUR MONEY' if you are  not satisfied. ..   t  .iThia is the only pile remedy that  we can guarantee and we know _you  will thank us for telling you about it.  We have the exclusive agency.  WOODLAND   &  QUINN.    "    -  Geo. E. Massie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Every Description  Bridge Street  Grand Forks, B. G. .,  We     ���������     ���������/  New Year  Right  ra  The majority  of cases of sickness "are caused  - by unsanitary plumbing.    Avoid  this risk by  having your plumbing work done  byV v  J. F. KRAUS  Heating and Sanitary Engineer  PHONE 130        GAW BLOCK, WINNIPEG AVE  f A .SPECIALIST WHO CURES  Many so-called specialists make  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures My record of  1G years' experience in this treat  merit of all chronic, nervous, and  special ailments of men is sufficient  proof of my ability to affect a cure,  when a cu.io is possible  No man can afford to consult  any but the best in' regard to his  physieal welfare. Life and hap  pi ness depend on good health. I  have curod thousands of mon aud  I can cure you, if your case is  curable.  MY OFFER' Absolutely freo export medical examination and consultation. Absolute guarantee of complete euro of every case I undertake, and moderate price.    Cull on or write for booklet to  DR. KELLEY  210 Howard Street, Spokane  .%.  1 J  ;���������  I  -<.  .</

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