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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Jul 3, 1914

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 \  ^Legisl ati ve ���������I}ibrary.?.  V ���������  and  - I-  Kettle Valley ..Orchardist  if"  THIRTEENTH YEAR-^No. 36  GRAND FORKS, B. <C., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  Local Liberals Tender an In-  .. 'formal, Luncheon s to.M.  .A. Macdonald  -An-informal  luncheon  wae ten;  dered M.   A. ^Macdonald, .president  - of the Provincial Liberal association,  aid J. .Macneil, of  Fernie,   by the  the,.local Liberal association* fir the  .Kettle   Valley   restaurant Jast Fri  day  -night.'   There   was- a> fair attendance..   .After the members   and  .their guests had satisfied themselves  -< wj.th the .many good thingsp'rovided  by that  well known caterer, James  WeBt, ^bort spe'ecbes and   a discus-  sio l of the political "situation.in the  province "today were indulged in.  T. A. Mclntyre, president of the  Grand Forks Liberal association, who  acted as chairman, in calling upon  Mr." Macdonald for a few   remarks,"  - said that^ the" people of .Grand  Forks'  bad listened to him with pleasure in  tbe last campaign, and they  hoped  to, hear him again in the next election.    . '-.,.--  _ Mr.-" Macdonald,   after  thanking  the local association,for the splendid  - informal- luncheon, prefaced his  speech by 'saying- that though he  lived at the .coast his heart was still  the Kootenays. A wonderful change  politically had come over the peo-  people during- the past few years,  and he predicted a grand Liberal  victory in the next election. The  last two or three years of the provincial administration had been the  most corrupt of any government in  any country. No one outside f the  government buildings at Victoria  could tell how, in two years, a sur  pius of ten million-dollars had been  changed into a deficit of the "same  amount. Mr. Macdonald explained-  the significance of the changes made  in the Elections act at the last ees-'  sion of the legislature. The Liberals  throughout the province were confident of success in the next general  elections.- He pointed out the ad  vantages of placing a candidate in  the field early.  Mr. Macneil reviewed the work  of the present administration, and  pointed ont its shortcomings. He  said it was time for a change. -After  expressing pleasure at meeting" Mr.  Macdonald and the Liberals of Grand  Forks, he concluded his remarks by  emphasizing the importance of more  thorough organization work in the  Liberal party of the province.  ��������� Neil McCallum said the local association had left its orators at home  on this occasion and had brought  out its best listeners. The wisdom  of this arrangement had become  quite apparent after listening to the  guests of the evening. There were  two kinds of voters���������machine made  nnd those made by natural processes.  The Tory party of British Columbia  had, as everybody knew, a machine  for turning out voters. As a rule  this variety,. like. . machine-made  goods, did not.last long, and eventually the old-fashioned voters who.  cast .-ballots from a sense of principle  would triumph. ��������� "  noted the change of political sentiment that had come over the peo  ple.of the province, and ' reviewed  conditions locally.-  ��������� J.'A.-McCallum was a young man  but an old politician:- - He related  &n incident, from actual observation, of how legislation was carried  on in the'h'ou'se at .Victoria under'the  McBride'administration. - '  ���������Wilson Flemming believed that  nearly all the laboring men would  vote the Liberal ticket in the next  election,/and that this riding would  elect a Liberal member. "v ."  : A representative of the -.Phoenix  labor union, said that"; the working-.  men of Phoenix were all right for  Liberalism, and the. majority of  them 'would vote that way iu the  next election.  N. "K.. Morrison, said* that his  father, grandfather and great-grandfather had-"., been staunch Liberals  He .had always" supported that  cause himself, and he expected that  his children, ' grandchildren " and  greatgrandchildren would do the  same.  R. Campbell said he was a recent  arrival in the city, and therefore  did not . care' to, engage in a  len'ghty oration, and .relinquished  the floor to The Sun man. -The  latter, after observing that as far as  his observations went, he felt confident that Grand Forks riding would  elect aLiberal member at .the next  el&jtionV-^ga&e^ wa^tOrtBtirnard - Lev  quime. . Mr. Lequime discussed the  changes in the law regarding, the  registration of naturalized citizens,'  and asked Mr. Macdonald for more  information"on this subject. After  a general discussion of this que's  tion, the gathering dispersed.  NY YEARS  George Ohapple Is Awarded  $1500 Insurance Money  After Six Years  Mew Version of the Hood  Reports cabled from London, describings new version of the flood  and the fall of man deciphered from  an -ancient Sumarian tablet by Dr.  Stephen Langdon, professor of As-  syriology in Jesus' college, Oxford,  have been confirmed by officials of the  University of Pennsylvania museum  at Philadelphia. The tablet is part  of the collection unearthed by the  university's expedition to Nippur,  and the inscription on it was copied  by Dr. Langdon when he visited  Pbildelphia last-fall>  On comparing the tablet, which  Dr. Langdon has tranelated, with a  similar fragment translated ' by Dr.  Proebel, the university authorities  found that-the two tablets evidently  had been written by the same person about 2500 B.C., or 4(30 years  before the time of Abraham.  It ifi - believed the fragments are  part of two separate tablets, which,  with others, formed a treatise or  hymn of praise containing an account of the beginning of the world.  Dr. :Proebel- estimated that there  were ten stablets in'the complete  work. ���������''���������-������������������    :' ;':"--.-:' -   y  The fragment translated by- Dr.  Langdon tells of the flood and uses  the Sumarian equivalent for Nnhu  or Noah as the man who saved man  from destruction/ It differs from the  Biblical account of creation in reciting that_it was Noah who sinned  by eating of the tree of knowledge,  and thus brought his fall. From this  time on,*according to this account,  Noah had to work and man's days  were- shortened to their present  length.    Ihstead'of a serpent, it was of  who  tempted   He  The supreme court, which held  sittings at the court house in, this  city Jas.lfweek, Mr. Justice, Clement  presiding, finished up. the work of  the term   on  Saturday. -  On Friday the case of George  B&len against the Granby company  for damages, under the workmen's  compensation act wat������ tried before a  jury. While working in the_ company's mine at Phoenix a piece of  rock fell on Balen, hreaking his leg  After hearing the evidence,.the jury  awarded Balen $1620 -damages over  and above the costs of court. J.  Macneil and M. A. Macdonald for  plaintiff, and E. Miller tor defendant company.  Saturday morning the three cases  of George Chappie against the Ottawa Fire Insurance company, the  Montreal Canada Insurance company, and the London Mutual -Insurance company were srgued.. The  case .-against.: th������^fijrat",named ppm^  pany was dismissed, with one-third  the costs.being assessed against the  plaintiff, the company- having dis  continued that .kind, of business  since the action was brought. In  tbe other two ^cases Mr. Chappie  was awarded claims amounting to  $1500, together with costs. E.  Miller for plaintiff, M. A. Macdonald for defendant companies.  practically wiped out, and speaking as he did from a Socialistic  viewpoint, it is but natural that he  could see no salvation for the people  except through Socialism.  The final returns of the contest  for a princess to represent this city  at the Chabko Mika in Nelson this  month came in to'the board of trade  on Saturday evening Miss Ellen  Sloan was declared elected by a majority of 526 vetes over her opponent, Miss Nellie Crandell The total  number of votes cast for each candidate was: Miss Sloan, 4000; Miss  Crandell,'3474.  AT THE UKI  Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of  agriculture in the-federal cabinet,  and Mrs Burrell, arrived in the city  yesterday afternoon from ' Ottawa,  and will spend their vacation at the  ft'pihe Mr. aud Mrs. H. C. Kerman.  Miss Marjorie Kerman, who has  been attending the Toronto Conservatory of Music, accompanied them  home. Mr. Burrell will make a trip  to the coast in the course sof a few  days.  Archdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,* arrived in the city on Saturday, and  left for Greenwood on Monday. On  Sunday he held services both morning and evening in Holy Trinity  church. A number of the members  of the Christ church congregation  attended the evening service for the-  purpose, of -hearing the-;archdeaqon.  1 deal Weather Brought Out  a Record Breaking Crowd  From This City  S OF TI CITY  The city has received a large shipment of material for the water and  light department, and the work of  laying the pipe from Stanley Davis'  house through .the Van Ness addition to^connect with the main  the Great Northern  progress.  station  is  near  now  - The baseball game at tbe agricultural park last Sunday afternoon  between Grand Forks and Trail, resulted in a tie, each club having  three runs to its credit at ihe end of  the last half of the eighth inning.  As the visiting club traveled by spe'  cial train, which was scheduled to  return at 5 o'clock, the ninth inning could not be played without  breaking in on the time allotted the  football clubs, and it was therefore  abandoned and the game called a  draw. As far as played, it was one  of the best games seen here in recent  years. The football "game, which  followed, was won by the homej  team, Grand-.-Forks scoring two  goals to Trail, "nil. This vietory  makes the Grand Forks  club the champions of the  dary and Kootenay leagues.  TheSacrameut of the Lord's Sup  per will be dispensed at Knox Pres--  byterian church next Sunday, July  5, at the close of the. morning service. All members will kindly  take notice. Any one who sincerely  wishes to participate in the service  will be made welcome.  E. Spraggett took J. R. McDonell  up to Franklin camp Saturday.  They spent Sunday in the camp  taking photos of the mining properties and topograhical views of the  district.  Miss Olga Frankovilch, who has  been attending school at Nelson, ar  rived home on Monday to spend her  vacation with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. M. Frankovitch.  football  Boun-  Cblin'Campbell left on   Monday  for the the coast for the  purpose  of  !a consultation with the   doctor who  treated him when   in   Chicago, and  who visited Vancouver this week.  Parker Williams, who rendered  good services to the people of the  province at the last session of the  legislature as the leader of the opposition to the McBride machine, delivered a speech in the Grand Forks  opera bouse on Faiday evening to a  moderately sized audience. Mr.  Williams reviewed the work of the  late session. Some of the deals put  through the bouse came in for caustic and well deserved criticism.   Our  . Ideal climatic conditions assisted  materially in making the celebration  of Dominion day at Christina lake  this year the most successful every  held in the Boundauy country. The  outing was held under the  auspices.of Gateway Lodge No. 45.  I.O.O.F.  An excursion train .consisting of  seven coaches of crowded humanity  left the city early Wednesday morning for the lakeshore. In addition to  this vast contingent, about nine  hundred and ninety-nine privately  owned automobiles, loaded to their  gunwales, headed for the same destination. Five or six auto stages  put the finishing touches to the  crowd. It can readily be understood tbat there were very few people left in the city to cuss old Sol  for his extraordinary enereies.  During the afternoon an excellent,  program   of   athletic   and   aquatic  sports was successfully .carried out.^_  The events we're all keenly"contested.  Those   who   found  the games too  warm acd strenuous, took refuge������in  the'shade, with their Sunday girls  and an abundant supply of ice cream  at close range.  Boating was a favorite pastime, and a few   venturesome  youngsters had the temerity   to  get  in   the   surf  and wet their bathing  suits.    Some old  sports, with   fishing tackle and bottles of choice bait,  sought secluded nooks and  engaged  in Isaac Walton's favorite recreation,  but  they  all report poor luck, possibly   because   the   bass fingerlings  with which the   government   promised to stock last spring were too far  away to see the bait.  There was, of course, also dancing  in the pavilion.  F. M. Kerby, who acted as guide  for A. G. Larson, the mining engineer, in Franklin camp, returned to  the city Sunday night.  Tbe Misses Lillian and Clara De  muth arrived in the city the end of  last week, and will spend their vacation here.  Electric lights have been installed  near the public school ground for  the use of the band for summer concerts.  $250,000 for New Fertilizer  After four years of work upon a  new cheap nitrogenerous fertilizer,  made from by-products now wasted,  that, it is said, will revolutionize  agriculture, Earl S. Bishop, an investigator at the Mellen Institute of  Industrial Research, at Pittsburg,  Pa., on Saturday refused an offer of  $250,000 for his formula and process. Tbe offer was made by a  Pittsburg capitalist.  Bishop secured his degree as a  doceor of science in 1892 at Queen's  univarsity, Kingston, but his home  is in Lincoln, Neb.  Large shipments of strawberries  have been made daily during the  past week to various points in tbe.  prairie provinces and to Macdonald'*  jam factory in Nelson.  Thomas A. Mclntyre and family  this week moved to their ranch, ea.st  of the city, for the summer months.  man  C. Henniger said he was an old  Enki, the water god,  but a  young politician.    He  him.  "������������������'    j     Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mclntyre and   _ | family returned Tuesday from a few  r       iigh grade ore ha? been found on ; days' visit to Spokane.  peal member had to bear his share; the .J00-foot level of the jewel  mine, i  -~  the     speaker's   condemnation. ; r   deplored     the   fact    that   the-     G.  M.    I    ,     Tho   board   of   works   bos com-  :<'npp   -returned   Monday   [doted the four-foot cement -Yl'-u-ilk  opposition to the machine had been   from a l/iisine.-s trip to Spokane. on Joyce avenue.  ssasm^sfiammmmssam THE SUN, GRAND, FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Helpless from  Rheumatism  Gin  Pills Give Prompt Relief by Curing tht Kidneys ',  Mr. Samue' Logmore, of Montreal,  Bays: "Just a word of praise for GIN  PILLS. About fifteen months ago*.-1  could not walk across my room, suffering severely \..th Rheumatls 3. I took  GIN PILLS and became quite well.  Two monlhs ago, J bad' Rheumatic  Pains with Neuralgia. I resorted to  GIN PILLS again for one, week and'  became quite well."  50c. a Box, o for $2.50. Sample free  if you write National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.  An Inexpensive Ice House  The value of ico on the farm in summer is realized only , by those who  have used it. Iu the keeping of food  products, such as meat, milk, butter,  etc., it Is a valuable asset to good  housekeeping. The reason that an i.ee-  houseMs not found on more' farms is  tiio difficulty in securing good packing  material. Good "sawdust, which is the"  best packing material for ice, is impossible to secure in." many districts.  Cut straw"or hay'is bettor than nothing, but is very unsatisfactory where  ' Ice is stored in a building above  ground.  On the'farm of Geo. Clubl, Morris,  Man., is an ice-house which is inexpensive, yet eminently satisfactory. A  cellar, 12 feet long, 10"feet wide, and  3 feet deep was dug. The walls and  floor were boardc ' up and the ice stor-  ' Dd inside. A .storehouse .was built,  Dver the basement and a close floor  laid over the ice. The only opening  from the storehouse to' thJ ice Is  through a trap door and stairway. No  sawdust is used, and tlu .ice keeps  well throughout the entire summer  season. A small basin at one end of  the box gathers the- water from .the  !ce that melts, and it can be pailed out  tvhen necessary. ���������The building over  ihe basement is only one thickness of  in inch lumber, but it is well sheltered  in a bluff of Manitoba maple trees.  FOX   FARMING   IN   YUKON  South Afr.ca's Acropolis  The government cf South Africc has  promised   a  substantial   donation   towards the expenses of any celebration  which may be organized in Pretoria  in connection with the official opening  of the Union buildings.    The date jf  -this function Is somewhat uncertain,"  but it "is-more than likely it will" be  deferred, till 1915, when some member of the Royal family, it is hoped,,  will be able to, visit the-country. The  building Itself is already occupied by  the various fdministrativv.- staffs, but  much work still remains to be done on  the  grounds   an J   environs  generally  before the building Is in iaadiness for  a great public function such "as it is  hoped to make the opening ceremony.  Animals Dying in Captivity���������Shipments to Eastern Dealers  - The enthusiasm concerning fox  catching and farming in Yukon has  materially waned during the past few  weeks, owing to the fact thai, the price  of foxes has decreased nearly 50 percent, since last summer i.nd that hundreds of foxes held in captivity, have  died from some unknown cause. Many,  of these foxes were black, and in some  eases, as high as $1,500 to .$2,000 had  been paid for thom. ��������� One dealer who,  it is said, could havo sold his stock  of foxes "in July for $65,000, sold' two  weeks ago for less than ?35,000, the  latter price being, to some extent,  duo to the decline in prices, but also  to tho fact that many of the animals  had died In the meantime. One young  Liack fox, for which $1,000.had been  paid, died five days after being placed  in the corral.  Owing to the decline in price, fully  f50 young foxes; all', of tho red variety,  held captlvo in southern Yukon, have  been turned.out .to return--tj their native haunts in the wilds. Previous  to sickness developing among .foxes  in captivity here, upwands of .200  young'ones .had been shipped from  Whitehbrse - tlone, to "fox ranches in  New Brunswick," Prince. Edward Island, and" to dealers near Boston,  Mass. At present there are not over  50 held in  .his locality.  A number are experimenting with  mink farming, but great difficulty is  experienced in keeping them, wire corrals -offering little resistance w;hen  they seek their freedom-  Owners of black and silver gray foxes are not discouraged over the" slump  in prices, but contend that-they will  be'more valuable than ever within a  few months.  WHY KEEP ON COUGHING ?  Here I, A Rim������dy That Will Stap II  Do  you' realize  the  danger   in   a.  neglected cough ?  " Then why don't you get rid of it?  Yes, you can shake it off, even though  it has stuck to you for a long time, if  you go about it right/  Keep out in the fresh air as much as  you can, build up your,-strength with  plenty of wholesome food, and take  " Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, .Licorice  and Chlorodvne.  This reliable household remedy has  broken up thousands of hacking, persistent coughs, which were,, just as  troublesome ps yours, and wliat'-it has  done for so many others itwill do for you.  Na-Dru-Co Syrup'of Linseed, Licorice  aud Chlorodyne contains absolutely no  harmful drupe, and so can be' given ,  safely to children, ae well as adults.  Your physician or druggist can confirm  this statement, for we are retkly to send  them on request a complete list of .all  the ingredients.  -Put up in 45c- and 50c. bottles by the  National Drug and Chemical Co. of  Canada. Limited.   . '317  ��������� Physical Examination for C.iildren  Upon the recommendation of a special commission in New York State,  the legislature has^enactedHhat, before a working certificate is Issued,  a thorough physical examination of  every child shall be made by a' medi-  ca officer of tho Department of .Health  and that a duplicate record of the" results of ^such physical examination  shall be transmitter to ' the. Department of Labor. During six months,  this law, iu Nev,, yorl. city a}onCi pre.  vented  324   physica'ly   unfit  children  from going to work'in factories.  It would be well also that the d-  finition of labor he amplified, as brain  work is more exacting upc, 1 the physical sti-e: gth tLau -muscular work,  and under present conditions the-environment during working 1 >urs of the  average skilled mechanic, is infinitely  more sanitary than aro most of bur  offices  and  stores.  Mrs. It. was an extremely careful  mother, and had repeatedly cautioned  her six-year-old daughter against handling any object that might contain  germs. One da/ the little girl came  In and said:  - Mother, I am never goin^ to play  with my kitty any more, because she  has germs on her.  Oh, no, replied her mother, there are  ao germs on your kitten.  Yes, there are, insisted the child. I  Eaw one hop.  . A country gentleman recently had  his house fitted with electric bells and,  giving his instructions to his servant,  he said: . -*  Now, I want you to understand me  clearly, Joseph," that when I ring once  I want you, and when I ring twice I  want Maggie, the housemaid.  The bell rang. Joseph never moved.  Presently it rang again, and Maggie  hurried to her master, who was very  angry.  Why didn't that rascal Joseph come  when I rang for him? demanded the  gentleman.  .Why, sir, answered Maggie, Joseph  was busy reading the paper when he  heard'the first.ring, and:he said to me:  Now, Maggie, wait until master rings  again and then it will be you ho wants.  Curious Find In, New Zealand  A remarkable discovery ���������has recently been" made -In ��������� Auckland,' Now. Zealand, -where tlie railway department  in making "a site at Newmarket for  new engine sheds has had gangs of  men digging away a portion of the hillside some 20. feet -thick. The workmen have encountered a 12 foot .seam  of llghito which represents a primeval forest which flourished several  thousand year3 ago The deposit -is  valueless "Trom all but a scientific  standpoint, since It is of the consistency of cheo.ie or yellow soap, and  cannot be shattered" by 'dynamite or  displaced by picks, the men having to  get rid of it'very slowly by digging  intcit with -wet spades. Specimens  of Jjaurl gum and complete logs of  well preserved kauri and other woods  have been found in the lignite, and it  Is assumed by geologists that the  whole is the remnant of a very ancient  forest which was overwhelmed ' by-  volcanic eruptions an upheavals r.ud  which were freqv.rmt in New Zealand  thousands of years before the country  was inhabited.  The principal grocer of a small  country town wag chatting with several .customers- when a "discussion  arose as to the .wonderful sense .of'  touch of .the-blind.  Here, comes old blind Henry Perkins now, said the grocer. We'll test  him. ��������� r,  He took a- spoonful of sugar and  extended it to the old man.  Feel.- this. Henry, he said, .and -tell  us  what   it   ia. '������������������   . ���������    -  Tho blind man.put his hand in the  scoop, passed its. content; through" his  fingers and said in a firm, confident  tone. "Sand!" .   . .-,  Internal parasites in 'the slfapo of  worms in the stomach aud bowels of  children sap'lhei" vitality,and retard  rihysical development. They keep the  child in-a^constant state of unrest and.  if not attended to, endanger life.. Tlie  child can be spared much suffering  nnd the mother ranch'anxiety by. thp  best worm.re:..edy that can - be got.  Miller's Worm Powders, which are  sure death to worm ��������� in' any shape,   ���������  Playwright���������Then you think my  play would take too long.  Manager���������On the- contrary, I'm a-  fraid it wouldn't take at all.     .  An Appreciation of Lord Strathcona  Certainly the nineteenth century  chronciles ol" our own still young nation fail to furnish" any character comparable to this Canadian founder. He  was more than a great captain of industry or a wholesale philanthropist;  more than a colonizer of. vacant landsv  or a constructive statesman, or a voy-  ageur and-pioneer in his own person,  though he was all of these. He exceeded tbe sum total of these varied  capacities in that he possessed in addition, the trust and confidence of millions of people In most complete measure.���������New York Sun.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Mother! t  Yes, my "son,?' -  Do you  believe the mee^c will inherit the earth?  Why, yes, my son;  inherit the earth.  Well, mother." when is pa going  get it?  Then this, asked the rejected'suitor, is'absolutely  final.   -'  Quite, was the calm reply. Shall I  return your ..letters?  Yes. please, answered the' young  man. There's some very good material in them I can use again!  the meek will  to  Only One "BROMO QUININE"'  That is LAXATIVL, DROMO QUIN-  TNR   Look  for  tho  signature  of. E.  W. Grove.     Curc-s a cold in One Day.  Cures Grip in Two Days.      25c.  Pre pare, to  isnjoy its exhilce  rating frosts -by  making your blood rich,  pure and active to pre*  vent colds, . grippe  and rheumatism.  Good -blood prevents .sickness  and Scott's EmulsionxAU energize  your blood, .and create reserve  strength' to endure changing  seasons. i  . '  " ' ���������' '  Scott's Emulsion is not ,an  experiment but hasserved humanity-  .faithfully for forty years; it contains  the purest cod'liver oil���������free, from  alcohol or stupefying drugs. "  . Scott's Emulsion is nature's  greatest blood-maker and furnishes  the element^ necessary for body-  warmth, rich blood and healths  circulation. ' , ���������  Shun alcoholic subitittitet and demand  the': genuine Scott's Emulsion  AT ANY DRUG STORE . "13-73  Turkisfl-Bath Substitute  The Doctor���������What you need is to  perspire 'freely.' I'd recommend a  Turkish bath.  The Plutocrat���������I don'J. need it. doctor. I can throw myself into a perspiration at any moment. .      .    .  How?  By reading my Income-lax blank.  While sitting '.n an office chair a  man may feel just as young as he used  to be, but after running a*block.to  catch a street car he changes his  mind.  Near,  He is one of those near-vegetarians.  What is a near-vegetarian?  He never eats meat excepi when .he  is-invited-out.  First Turkish Officia. (presented  with a photograph of the now Turkish  navy in lieu of six mouths' deferred  pay)_So we've got a dreadnought,  have we?  Second Turkish Official���������I don't  know who gets the dread, but I know  we've got the nought..,  Scientific Management  Waitress (to the other, a new comer)���������You must keep your e^e on that  professor. He never-gives a tip. but  he always pays for his coffee twice  over. .  Magistrate���������Pat Murphy, the constable says you were fighting. What  have "you to say for yourself? . ,  ��������� Well, your worship. Oi had a clean  white shirt on. and Or was so moighty  proud av it that Oi got up-a bit av a  row, wid a man so as Ol :ud take" me  cCat an'-vestpff and show it.  Pedastrians Becoming .too Common  A pleasant and easy- ,\i '.y of seeing  the world and living without working  is.tliat of pretending to b- on a walking trip -around- the world fo. a mythical wager with." some equally mythical club or personages, ha3 exhausted its possibilities in Prussia. The  authorities have.come toJthe conclusion that this type of traveler lias*bo-  come so numerous as .o constitute  a public nuisance and tiro minister'ot  the interior has instructed the- police  to prevent' them from selling postcard? with their photographs, announcing lectures or otherwise molesting the public, and to discontinue  the practice of certifying-upon their,  passports or logbooks' that-thoy have  been passed- tnrough this or that town  upon.their winderir.-gs. -:If a warning  does not' suffice to make them movo  on, they are to be arrested and punished for vagrancy..  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ARE SAFE AND SURE  A little girl, finding her grandfather  dozing, clamored on to Iris knee and  endeavored to awaken him by pulling  his eyelashes. Annovcd at being disturbed from a peaceful nap. the old  man scolded the child for her roughness.  Wough.'she exclaimed, pouting, I  wasn't wough. I was only twying to  open  your  eyes  by tho  stwingg.  Pa, said Johnny, what is a law giver?- ;.���������-        '���������     ' ;���������-..:'     ''������������������.-.��������� :���������_  There isn't any such thing," Johnny, replied papa, who: had been involved in considevble litigation in' his  time. -.���������'..  But this hook says that somebody  j-was a great law giver, persisted the  ] youngster.  Then it's a mistake, replied the  father, cynically. Law is never given. It's retailed in very small quantities at very high figures.  Be sure, of yourself, but,never be  ,ure of-'.a": w'omai..':'- ��������� ..."  ���������������������������-���������-���������'��������� THE WAY OUT  From   Weakness, to   Power  by   Food  Route  a  Constantly for all toilet purposes, especially shaving and  shampooing, with occasional use  of Cuticura Ointment, because so  effective in removing slight irritations, redness, roughness, pimples, dandruff, etc., of the skLi  anc* scalp and promoting and  maintaining skin and hair health.  Cuticura 8o*D and Ointment ������r������ gold throughout  the world. A liberal Mmple of each, with 32-paej.  Akin nook, sent post-free. Address Potior IVu������ *,  Clrtm. Corp., Dept. 6K, BoUon, V. 0. A,  Two men    were    talking about  friend and his motor car.  He seems to be very well satisfied  with it, remarked one. . Hasn't paid  a copper in repairs all the nine months  he's had it. he tells me.  Yes, replied the i ther. I heard the  same story from the fellow who's  done all the repairs.  A man went into a shop the other  day and asked to see some patent gas  burners.  The shopkeeper showed him some.  Picking one up, tho man asked what  that would do.  Oh, said the shopkeeper', that will  save half the gas.  If you put me in two I shan't have  any gas bill to pay.  Getting the right start fo. the day's  work often m^ans the difference between doing things in wholesome comfort, or dragging along half dead all  'ry. .    .  There's more in the use of proper  food than many people ever- dream of  ���������more's the pity.  ���������Three years ico T began working  in a genpral stor-e," writes a man, "and  between frequent deliveries and more  frequent customers. I was kept on my  feet from morning till night  "Indigestion had troubled mo for  some time, and in fact my slight  breakfast wac taken more from hah-.  It than appetite. ft fiut this insufficient diet wr-,3 not noticed much, but  at work it made my weak and hungry  long   before   noon.  "Yet a breakfast of rolls, fried  foods and viuffoe meant headache,  nausea and kindroJ ** discomforts.  Either way I was losing w Ight .and  strength, when one day a Mend suggested that I try a "Grape-Nuts  breakfast."   .  "So I began with somo stowed fruit.  Grape-Nuts and cream, a soft boiled  egg, toast, and a cup of "Postum. By  noon I wa& hungry but with a healthy,  normal appetite. The weah, languid  feeling was not thero.  "My i.ead wa~ clearer, ne.wes steadier than for months Today my stomach is strong, my appetite normal,  my bodily power splendid and head  HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-  ���������'-������������������'d for any cas   of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv I-Inl"s Catarrh Cure.  F. .T. C1IKNEY & CO.. Toledo. O.  We, tho undersigned have known V.  T.  Cneney for the last  15 yours and believe  lilm perfectly 'lonorab'������ In   all    business  transactions and financially able (o cany  out any obligation made by his (Inn.  NATIONAL B.'NK OF COMIvnCKCE.  Toledo. O.  riall's Catarrh Cure Is Inkm infernally.  actlncr directly uppn ;th<? blood and -muc-  'oun. surfaces -cf, the system.Testimonials  pent free. Price 75 cents per bottle.  So't1   by   all   Druggists.  Take   Hairs; F.-mily   P        for   constipation.      ",--"'���������"������������������'     - i    '':" ���������    "'r;/  Self-Preservation   "-  Old Roxleigh���������Marry, my daughter?  Why, you are supported by your; father.   ' ;     :-"Y "���������"'.  Suitor���������Yps, sir; but my guv'nor is  tired of supporting me. he says', and I  thought I'd get into another family.  Mothers wanting- a. safe and suro  remedy Tor their little ones can depend upon Baby's Own Tablets. They  are absolutely guaranteed by a government analyst to contain neither  opiates narcotics or other injurious  drugs. Concerning them Mrs. G. h.  Bdnham. St. George, Out., snys:���������"I  can- recommend naby's Ow Tablets,  as a safe and su>' medicine for little  ones. T have raised four babies with  their aid and would not b- without  them." Tho 'Tablets are sold -by  medicine deal v. i or by mall at - 25  cents a box from The Dr. William's  Medicine Co.. Krockville, Ont.   -  He S'.umped Teacher  ��������� Children, said the teacher to her  pupils, you should be able to do anything equally well with either hand.  With a little practice vou will find it  just as easy to do anything with one.  hand as it ia with the other.  Is it? inquired tho. urchin at .the  foot of the class. Let's sc? you put  your"left hand, in the right-hand pocket of your "trousers. -���������*.  Minard's Liniment Cures Cold6,-Etc.  W. N. U. 98<  Now, said tho magician, smiling, I  am not about to extract from this hat  a rabbit. That trick is too easy. I  will remove from this hat a choice  porterhouse steak, the sort you pay  28-cents' a pound for. After which I  will show you how tho trick is done,  so that each of you may easily���������  But the magician got no further. In | always cle*.r."  its eagerness  to learn the audience     Name given by   Canadian   Postum  fairly mobbed him. (Co., Windsor, Ont.   Read "The Roa^   J to  Wellville."   in  pkgs.   "There'?   a  By  the aid of electricity, it says ��������� Reason."  here,  6,000  photographs   can  be got'    Ever read the aboys letter? A new  out per second. lone appears from time to time. They  Well, this ought to be fast enough J flre genuine, true, and full Df human  to satisfy the average stage beauty,  | interest  . Mistress���������Now, Sarah. I want you  to be careful about breaking this, vase  as it cost a great deal of money, and  I would hate to'have- it carelessly broken the first thing.  Sarah (thro days later)���������There's  your vase, ma'am and I couldn't have  broke it more carefully if I'd tried for  a mouth.  !t: Testifiers for Itse-f.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclactrlc Oil r^eds no testimonial -silts powers other ":han itself. Whoever  tries-it for oughs or colds, for cuts  oi. contusions,^for,-,sprains or burns,  for pains in tire limbs or body, well  know that the medicine proves itself  and'Tjpe-ris.ii'3 guarantee. This shows  why ;his Oil is in   -neral usei'  Query  Time is money, so they say,  Yet, if this Is so,  How is it that "Time is short?"1  We��������� would llko to know?  The people whe could really tell v.a  .-oinething ribou\, thrift -.re probably  yo busy practicing it they havo -no  time to write    -says.  FeYerMi aia$ Aelte all ������ver   !|  Feel-worn out���������blue and tired ? Don't let your cold develop  into bronchitis, pneumonia or catarrh. The reliable alter-  ntive and tonic which has proven ito value ia the past 40 years U  BR. PIERCE'S  seovery  Restores activity to the liver and to the circulation���������the blood la  purified, the digestion and appetita improved and tho whole body  fecla tha invigorating force ot tbia extract of native medicinal  plants. In consequence, the heart, brain and nervea feel tho  refreshing Influence. For over 40; ycara this reliable remedy has  been cold in liquid form by all medicine dealers. It can now also  be obtained in tablet form in $1.00 and 50c boxes. If your druggist  doesn't keep it, send GO one-cent stamps to R.V.Pierce, M.D. Buffalo.  The Common Sense Medical Adviaer���������a bock of  1008 page*���������answers all medical questions.  Send,50 c in one-cent stamps to B. V. Pierce, M. D. fTHE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  COM  fill  Why doesn't she tafea '    -      ���������  NA-i)KU-C������ Heaialacl&e Wafers  They stop a'headache promptly, yet do not oontaln any of  the dangerous drugs common in headache tablets. Ask your  Druggist-about them.   25c. z box.      -  1     National Oruo ahb Chsuical Co. or canaoa. Limitcs. 1M  ^ECONOMY     SERVICE  I"      RELIABILITY  ' A par that will give tho satisfaction  : you expect���������the motoring pleasure  ; you .deserve. .  Mclaughlin Motor Car Co.  - ,  ti Oshawa, Ontario    - ���������'  Nick's Disguises "���������   i  Small' Boy���������������������������Mamma, is , it really  true that the- devil-has horns and a  club; foot? .    "        Y -  Mother��������� Ah, my -dear, sometimes  the devil appears in the shape 'Of a  very handsome and charming young-  man. Y '  Boy--     (pityingly)���������Ohi  You're thinking of Cupid.  mummy!  Staying With Them  Some-of your constituents are .diS;  agreeing with'you,, said -the trusted  lieutenant.  ' -Well, keep tab ontliem, replied Senator Sorghum; when enough disagree  with me to constitute'a reliable majority, I am- going to turn around and  agree with them.  The Twelfth-Mass" Y  ��������� The ��������� accomplished ' and obliging  pianist, had finished several selections  in ' tho- hotel parlor and 'the guests'  wero discussing other numbers. 'One  turned,: to an elderly.-lady,' and',said,  VNow," for instance,--there is Mozart's  Twelfth Mass. You remember' that  Mrs. ;��������� "Hisconsin? Remember it? I  should-'say "so'.'- Why,' my-husband  3erved* throu'gh the war in that very  regiment' "-  The boy at the head of the class will  state what were the dark ages of the  world.   . : ,  Boy hesitates. '  ��������� Next, Master Jones, can you-tell mo  what the dark ages were?  I guess theyswere the ages before  spectators wero indented.   ���������  PLiWILLlAfflS'  S  Just because sho Is a woman, there  ������re times when every woman needs  2ielp and strength in the form of a  blood-building tonic. '  To thousands of girls and women  Dr. William's Pink Pills have proved  a blessing, because they enrich the  blood,-;give strength and rescoro tone  to the- achlhg nerves. The anaemic  girl .who is languid and pale,- the wife  whoso"'back feel like breaking; the  matron whose health fails as sho  reaches -middle age���������for all/such suf-  2erers,'Dr.\William's Pink Pills are invaluable, because ill health in woman  .-Ss . usually caused by poor blood <5r  insufficient blood.. These pills have  cured--thousands of others, why not  you?i;- Mrs. ~. Morine, Wallbrook, N.  :S., says:���������"It Is impossible for me to  say too much in praise of Dr. William's Pink Pills'. I have been a  groat -sufferer from those troubles  (that-make the life of so many women  an almost constant misery. ' Pains in  the back and side racked aiv  tortured  / me. "My nerves seemed to give out,  and at times I could do.no house'work,  and only women who have similarly  Suffered know what I endured. I  tried medicine aitcr medicine without  any-benefit, and was finally persuaded  to try" Dr. William's Pink -Pills. Soon  after starting the pills I found an improvement, and as I continued their  use my health ind strength returned  and I now feel as well as ever I did in  my life, and I am relating my experience 'merely in the hope that it may  i lead-some other, suffering -woman to  renewed health. ���������- I may add that my  another-suffered-.'from rheumatism, so  badly-that she had to use a crutch  and Dr. William's Pink ": Pills completely restored her to her'usual good  hearth". Y.  Always get the genuine pills with  the full name "Dr. William's Pink  Pifis "for Pale People," on the wrapper  around-each'box. If your dealer  does not keep them, the pills will be  Bent-post paid at 50 cents a box or six  boxes'-for $2.50, by writing' The1 Dr.  William's Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.-> '������������������,-.���������  Easy to Find  And did you ever seek the man. we  asked' the Office  Once or twice, replied the Office.  ���������But r found him waiting outside my  door. '  Pills of Attested Value.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are the result of 'care-  fful study of tho properties of certain  roots 'and herbs, and the action of  such as sedatives and laxatives on  tho digestivo apparatus. The success'tho compounders have met with  attests the value of their work. These  pills havo been recognized for many  years as the best cleansers of the system that can be got. Their excellence  was recognized from tho first and  they grow mo.e por������umr daily.  Women of Paris are wearing feathers on their feet." Not, ono takes it,  that' they may more quickly flit  about' thoir taskg.  Try   Muriaa   Eye    Remedy  K you have K.ed, Weak, Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart  I���������Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist* SeH  Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25o, 50c.  Muriti6 Eye Salvo in Aseptic Tubes,  ������5c,  SOc.    Eye Boolcn  Free by Mail.  ' An Ey������ Vtonlo Oood tor All Byes that *>������������������<( Cor*  iuffkut Eys  Rtttnadg  Co.,   CMoaao  W. N. U. 989  Whr.t do we know of the value of  meat as a food? asked the professqr.-  Its value is high, measured by price  standards, replied the bright pupil..  She came'intf the telegraph office  and rapped on" tho counter. ' The  clerk remembered,that she had been  there, about ten minutes before as he  came-forward to meet her. He,.wondered what sho wanted this time.  Oh, she said, let, me havo that telegram I wrote just now. ; I forgot  some" thing very important. I wanted  to underscore 'perfectly lovely,' in acknowledging the receipt of that  bracelet.    Will it cost anything extra.'  No, ma'am; said the accommodating clerk, as he handed her the message.- -  The young woman drew two heavy  lines beneath' the words and said: It  is awfully good of j*ou to let me do  that. It will please Arthur ever "so  much. ...  Don't mention it, said the clerk. If  you would like It I will put a few  drops of violet extract on the telegram  at the samo rates.  Oh, thank you, sir! You don't know  how much I would appreciate it. I am  going .to send all my telegrams  through this office. You are so obliging.  - And tho smile she gave hirir would  have done any one good, with the possible exception of Arthur.  FROM GREAT LAKE  i\3������  WOMEN   SING  THE     PRAISES  DODD'S KIlNEY PILLS  OF  Saskatchewan Lady Adda Her Testimony to What Has Already Been  Said of tho Great Work Dodd's Kidney Pills are Doing.  Caesarville, Sask. (Special).���������The  scarcity of female help in a new country subjects the women of the prairies  to unusual~strain, and careful observation has established the fact that this  strain first makes itself felt in the kidneys. Forfthlsreas-on Dodd's Kidney  Pills aro making an enviable reputation from the Great Lakej to the"foothills of the Rockies.  Everywhere you will find women  singing the praises of the great Canadian kidney remedy that h:;s banished their pains "ant weariness, and  brought them back to health. Among  tho n.any is Mrs. Edgar Cowen, an  estimable lad} of this place.  "I aave found Dodd's Kidney Pills  very beneficial," Mrs. Cowen states.  "If anything I can say will help any  sufferer I am glad to add my testimonial to what has already been sr.id."  The kidneys strain all the refuse  material out of the blood. If they are  out of order this refuse remains in  tho blood, and becomes poison. That's  why sound kidneys mean pure blood  and good health. Dodd's Kidney Pills  rrako sound kidne.-s.  First Lady���������Too bad! Mrs. S. always has such abominable weather  for her afternoon teas.  Second Lady���������Ye3; sho never pours  but.it rains.  Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget    In  Cows  -'  A young mother, who had just returned from India, engaged a new  nurse for her baby. The nurse came  to her and said:  I don't know what's the matter, madam, but the little one cries and cries.  I can do nothing to quieteu It.  The mother thought a moment; then  brightening up, she said:  I remember now. Baby's last  nurse was a black one. You will  find tho stovo polish on the third shelf  in the kitchen.  Mr. Bunsby���������If that young man's  coming here to see you every day in  tho week you had-better give him a  hint to come after supper,  Miss Bunsby���������I don't think it's necessary, na. That's what he comes  after.   ,  The Melting Pot  Westerner (on board steamer bound  for America)���������It's going to ho pretty  fine to get back again. Didn't you  get awfully ��������� homesick' in Europe  among so rua:,y strange faces and  languages:  Easterner���������Nope, not at all," felt  right at home.   '  Westerner���������Why, how could you?  Easterner���������Dead easy, You see, I  livo In New York..'  Plant your Garden with  Vegetable and Flower Seeds of  Northern Stock that will grow  NOTHING adds greater beauty to a house  -han a tastefully arranged garden, and nothing  detracts more from  the appearance of a  garden than the barren  spots where seeds "refused" to grow. Why noL make a good garden a certainty by using  tho best Canadian Government Tested Seeds?- Rennie's Seeds have  been recognized as  strictly reliable for nearly Fifty, Years.  Write for our complete  catalogue���������free  394 PORTAGE   'WENUE, WINNIPEG  WM.    RENNIE    Co., Limited Also at Toronto,    Montreal    and Van-  couver  Experienced mothers say  Zam-Buk is best for children's injuries and skin  troubles, because:  It is herbal���������no poisonous  mineral coloring." ���������>;  It is antiseptic���������prevents  cuts and burns taking the  wrong way.  It is soothing���������ends pain  quickly.  It heals every time.  Just as good for grownups.  Sold at all stores and  do'uggists.  Coc'oanut Growing In Queensland  Latest reports from North Queensland state that the cultivation of co-  coanuts is increasing fast, especially  in the vicinity of Capo York, Moss-  man, and betvcen-Mourilyan and Card-  well. Good markets for the whol3  husked nuts aro being obtained at present, but ':von if made into copra the  present price would make' this a remunerative industry. It is understood  that $130 a ton is being offered in the  markets for Queensland grown copra.  Whether tho corn be of old or new  growth, it must yield to Ilolloway's  Corn Cure, the simplest and best cure  offered to the public.  A Beer Lottery  William Banks, landlord of the Cra-  ver Arms public house, Preston, England, was fined $12 and costs on i  curious lottery change. The police  found several pint pots of beer on the  counter. Some had threepenny  pieces in the liquor.  E  D  D  Y'  8  W  'A  S  H  8  O  A  R  D  8  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  Have a Special Crimp That  Makes Washing Very Easy.  Save  Time  and Temper  Are Easy  on Hands  and     Clothes  E  D  D  Y'  S  W  A  S  H  B  O  A  R  D  S  FARMERS  Can always make aura of getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OAT8,  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly shipping their car lo".3 to FOR'. W1L.L1AM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them 60ld or. commission by  THOMPSON,  SONS  AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'   AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-703   Y.,   GRAIN    EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG  Father's   ''ay  The now vicar was making pastoral  calls in his parish'and stopped to  converse with a small boy at the garden gato.  And where does your father go on  Sundays, my little  man?  Well, on fine Sundays he goes golfing and on wet Sundays ho turns us  all out of the house to go to church so  that he can have a bit of peace.  She   family  remedy   for, Couehs  nnd. Cold*  "Small   dose.    Small bottle.    Best since  1870.  .,'-���������-   When the Son Set  There was a little boy who commenced to keep .a diary. Got up this  morning- at '7 o'clock, was his first  entry. . '���������  Such an expression, said his horrified mother. Does the sun get up?  No, It rises.  Just before Tommy retired he wrote  in his diary: "Set at 9 o'clock."  The Nova Scotia "Lumber King"  says:  "I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  the BEST liniment in use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it well with MINARD'S LINIMENT and it was as well as- ever next  day. ,  Yours very truly,  t. g. Mcmullen  ' It does not take much of a hunt 'to  find fault.  When through old  age the bodily  f uuctious become sluggish^  Na-Dru-Co Laxatives  give gentle, timely and  effective aid, without  .discomfort or distress.  25c. a  box   at  your  Druggist's. 173  National Drag and Chemical  Co. of Canada, Uralled.  Cub���������I suppose the three "R's" arc  still the essential foundation for a  good  newspaper?  Editor���������Not on your life! It's the  three "S'3" nowadays.    '   .     -.  Cub���������Three "S's"?  Editor���������Yep. Wc have got a snappy .editor writer, a snoopy reporter  and a snippy  society  editress.  It is wonderful how easy a person  can go to sleep in the morning after  it ia time to get up.  Not So Many After All  There are about 200 brands of ro-  ligion.     But that isn't so many when  you  remember that  there  are  about  78,9C2,35-1 brands of cussedness.  Do you believe in corpon.l punishment? asked tho teacher.  No, replied the parent. It's liable  to make a boy so anxious to square  accounts some day that ho'll neglect  his studies in order to spend time in  the gymnasium.  CATARRH NEVER STOPS IN SAME PUCE  REACHES THE LUNGS-DEVELOPES CONSUMPTION  To Stop a Cold Quickly and    Prevent  Catarrh, Use "Catarrhozone"  A soothing, cooling lotion���������the  very best-thing you can use  for the chafed skin, chapped  hands# and cracked lips which  raw cold weather brings. 203  ���������25c a bottle, at your Druggist's.  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO.  OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL  Nothing more serious than the common cold.  If it gains headway you can't stop it  from running into Catarrh, deafness,  or serious throat trouble.  Catarrh spreads very fast.  From nose to throat it goes in a  day. Soon the Bronchial tubes are affected���������and before you know it, unless very healthy the lungs aro hit,  and it's too lato.  Wliile you havo tho chance, drive  colds and Catarrh right out of the  rr'stem.  You can quickly do so by inhaling  Lho rich plnoy vapor of Catarrhozone.  Right to where tho living germ of  Catarrh  is working will  tho healing  fumes of Catarrhozone go in ten seconds.  No liquid medicine can penetrate to  tho deep recesses that Catarrhozone  bathes with Its soothing vapor���������that's  just why it proves so wonderfully effective.  Tho health-laden vapor o. Catarrhozone cures the worst of coughs nnd  hoarseness. Tho uttermost parts >l  tho bronchial tubes aro reached.-  Bronchitis is cured���������overy cell in tha  head, throat and nose is treated 07  Catarrliozone's wonderful fumes.  You can't bcf.t Catarrhozone for  huskincss, weak throat, sore nostrils,  catarrhal and bronchial trouble of any  kind. Get the completo $1.00 outfit  Smaller size 50c. Trial size 25c, at  dealers everywhere  ,w THE   SUN,     1RAND   FORKS, ., b. C.  0% (SrattbJfarbi Bun  G. A. Evans, Editor and Publisher  SUBSCRIPTION BATES ;  )no lTear $1.50  <)ne Year (In advance)  1.00  One Year, in United States  1.50  address all communications to  Thk Grand Forks Sun.  Hhons R74 Grand Forks, B.C  FRIDAY, JULY 3,   1914  government  had arrived at the  conclusion  that all that was  required - to  obtain  the reigns of. government would be to raise a  cry .  against the liquor traffic.   We .  have now changed  our mind ���������  on this subject.    We are  be- j  ginning to think  that human i  nature is the same the world J  over, and  that in  respect to  temperance the eastern people  resemble those  of the   west.  We have here some  staunch  temperance   advocates    who  never   fail   to   put a flask in  The Whitney  has  been  returned  to power  in  Ontario.    The  result was    . lt .-.=-!   ,, 0  not unexpected.     Very  few ���������&* to tide them  over S  .Liberals had hopes of a victory. There is some consolation to be extracted from the  people's verdict  day,  P01NUD PARAGRAPHS  The  Liber-  It's dangerous for  a married man to  himself���������if  .she's  to' flag  liotnelv  als gamed a few   members, i0Ve his neighbor as  and the total Liberal vote in a. charming widow.  the province was nearly dou-     lt>, eiwiei. for tt prettv gir,  ble that Cast in the last gener-  an automobile than it is for a  al elections.     This is   perhaps  one to stop a street car.  enough glory for the party for,'    if ���������hy of wisdom, profit'by that of  the present.    Had a complete others. '  turn-OVer   been recorded   the',-  Probably the original bone  of  con*  Liberals all over the Domin- .tension was jawbone. -  ALARM CEOGRS  For these dark Mornings  produce a tendency to  sleep in.   Best thing you  ' can get to counteract this  tendency is a good reliable alarm clook. Our  stock-is-large, our prices  are  low, and every clock  '  is Guaranteed. *." ���������  %  A. 0. MORRISON  JEWELER-OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS.'B.C.  address the congregation. * The day  will be of special interest to the home  department. '  KS CONCRET!  W, j. GALIPEAU, MANAGER  n  Contractors for  Cement  Sidewalks', foundations   nnd -  Basements. ��������� .. ...-,.,  Manufacturers of Concrete Fence  Posts  and   Concrete   '  ���������    Building Blocks of every description. , '      - . .  PnWPRETE Oil flQ Silos constructed of concrete" blocks are  UUlfUiltlC uSLUu frost-proof and practically indestructible.  Write us for, estimates in any kind of concrete work.   " '  A four car special left this  over thejvettle Valley line, with excursionists for;the Republic Fourth of  July celebration. -.  ���������,. ,  ion, might have become  affected with expanded heads  and lapsed into inactivity.  Now they know that there is  still - some more organization  work to be done, and that they  must always be on the alert  for new surprises. The election indicates that the people  of Ontario stillhave confidence  in' Sir James Whitney,, although a large portion of them  may have voted for him on  sentimental grounds. He recently arose from what was  at the time feared would prove  his death-bed, and during the  campaign the report was generally circulated that this  would be his last appeal to the  electorate: The vote also  showed that a majority of the  people of Ontario do not want  the bar abolished. This, was  a great surprise to the wild  westerners. From the picture of angelic perfection  painted of the people of that  province by reformers in this  section   of the Dominion, we  Swallowing his pride never - yet  satisfied a man's hunger.  A dead letter may be one'she gave  her husband to mail.  , Few of us become round shouldered  from currying other people's  burdens.-  It's all right to ride a hobby if you  know where to get off.  A financier may be a get rich quick  promoter who gets by with it.  A fat man reminds one of a bay  window; a fat womaji of a bale of hay.  And much of the charity that begins at home is too feeble to cross the  street.  People who are always telling you  things for your own good probably  mean well.  Hon W. J, Bowser' and Hon. \V.  Ross will, it is reported, shortly visit  the Boundary.'  ���������    '  ' ' '  ���������-  It it reported that plans and specifications . covering the erection ' of  buildings for dairy, .creamery or ,cold  storage purposes "may be obtained  free upon application to the Publications Braneh, Department of Agriculture, at Ottawa.  M OF IHE CITY  W. J. Cook and son returned on  Tuesday from Prince- Rupert, where  the former attended the annual convention of the Masonic order?  In the absence of Pastor King on  Sunday at the B C. Convention, A.  J. Harris arrd   W.   E.   Chandler   will  Closed a Successful Year  The Grand Forks Baptist church  held its anniversary-services on Sunday arid on Monday the closing business meeting and social hour..  ���������All the officers of the church were  unanimously re-elected, and the  treasurer's report by F. Miller, Sr.'  revealed a balance on the right side,  and with the other reports a distinct  and encouraging'advance in the work  is evidenced. ' Both the pastor, Rev.  C. W. King, ' and A. S. Matheson,  the superintendent of the Sunday  school, spoke .warm words of appreciation of the faithful service .rendered  in. the different activities of the church  during the year. The congregation  had- more than doubled in attendance,  new workers had been added, and  the school, which had been reorganized a year ago with less than a score,  now numbers in the three departments  150, and a substantial amount has  been raised tor the school's literature  and other equipment in the work.  GRAND FORKS CANNING COMPANY, LTD  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at an Extraordinary General Meeting: of tho members of the Grand Forks Canning- Company,  Limited, held in'theCiinueryBuildiiicr.Gmiid  Forks B.C., on the 5th day or. June, 1911, the  following resolutions were duly passed, and  at. a General Meeting- of the members of said  Coin puny, held at the same pluce on the 22nd  day of June, 1914, were.duly oonlirmed as  special resolutions, viz: ���������  (1) Moved by John McKie,. seconded by  Charles Allen: "Whereas, it is necessary to  incorporate under the-Agricultural Assooia-,  tions Act of 1914 in order' to secure a' loan  from the Government;, be it,therefore, re-,  solved that the Grand Porks'Canning Com-"  pany, Limited, be wound up voluntarily; and  that John Aylmer McCallum, accountant, of  the City of Grand Forks, be and is hereby  appointed Liquidator " Carried unanimously.  ' ��������� (2) MoFed by G. M. Fripp, seconded by H. C.  Kerman: "Whereas, a new association is  about to be incorporated under the Agricultural Associations Act, 1914. with a share  cnpitnl of J50.000: divided into 1000 shurt's of  $50 00 each, and known as the Grand Forks  Canning - Association; be it, therefore, resolved that the whole of the ' business and  property of the Grand ,Forks Canning .Com:  pany, Limited, be'transferred or sold; to the  said Grand Forks .Canning Association, and  the Liquidator be and -is hereby authorized  to receive in compensation for. said transfer,  shares in the new Association equal to the  number of shares allotod in the said Grand  Forks Canning Company, Limiiodr for- the  distribution among the members of the Grand  Forks Canning -Company, ��������� Limited; and  further, that the Llquidntor be and is hcre>>y  authorized to enter into such arrangements  as are necessary for the final winding1 up of  the Grand Forks Cunning-Compnny, Limited."  Carried unanimously.  j.-a. McCallum. .::  Secretary.  Dated at Grand Forks, B.'C-, '  June 25th, 1914.  GRAND FORKS CANNING COMPANY, LTD  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting  of the crediloreof the Grand -Forks Canning Company, Limited, will.be  held in the  Cannery Building-, Grand   Korks, B, C, "on  Thursday, July 9th. 1914. at 2 o'clook P.M.  J. A. M<CAI,LUM,  Liquidator.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C,  June 25th, 1914.  DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ������:  gulattng Pill for Women. |5 a box "or three for  |10._Sold at all Drug Stores, or mailed to any  address on receipt of price.- Thb Scobelt. Dbuo  Co^jSt. Catharines, Ontario. ' ; ^_  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN.  $Sto���������[  Vitality; for Nerve and Brain; increases "jjrey  matter": a Tonic���������will build you up. ti a box, or  two for J5, at dnijr stores, or by mail on r-vt-i' t  of price-"Tins Sconnr.L Pbuo Co.] St. Cuthmim:*.  Ontario.  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Kigs. and Good  Horses'at All' Hours  at-  ��������� the      " .'   ��������� ���������    .     -  odel Livery Barn   ;  Burns S O'Ray, Props:  Phone 68 Second Street  CKBYTHEGOI  PRODUCT!  Leaves Grand Forks Every Tuesday and Friday at 7:30 a.m.  from F. E. Shantz' Office, Bridge Street  Returning, Leaves Gloucester Every Wednesday and Saturday  Good accommodations for passengers. A limited amount  perishable freight will also be carried. First-class hotel  Gloucester for travellers, THOMAS FUNKLEY, Proprietor.  of  at  METEOROLOGICAL  The   following  is   tjie   minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day   during   the   past    week, as re  corded by th������ government therniom  eter on E. V. Laws' ranch:  Min.  June 26���������Friday  46  27���������Saturday   ...   50  2S��������� Sundiv,'  '45'  29���������Monday  52  30���������Tuesday   58  1 ��������� Wednesday .. 52  2 ���������Thursday  54  Max  70  69  80  ������8  89  92  95  inches  Kainfall  0 29  July  Model 10 Remington typewriter for  .sale; machine only used a short time  Enquire Sun oflice.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (SECTON  24)  IN THK M'TTKR of nn application for duplicate  Certificates  of  Title   No.  6670   to  Lot  14, Block  11, Mnp   23,   City of Grand  I    Forks.  NOTICE IS HERKUY GIVEN that It is my  intention at the expfration of one month  ��������� from the date of the first publication hereof  ' to Issue duplicate Certificate of Titles to  i said lands issued to George H. Rutherford,  ' unless in the meantime I shall receive valid  , objections thereto in writing:.  ! Dated at Knmloops. B. C , f.nnd. Registry  , Office this 17th day of June, A.D.1914.  O H.DUNBAR,  ���������������������������'������������������. District Registrar.  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PH0NF64      GRAND FORKS, B, C.  Will beautify the home and  give-a rich appearance and  finish to a room that cannot  be given in any other way.  Our new papers will enable  you to do this. See .our samples and be convinced.  Wood I and<3&Quinn  The Rex*U Druggists  They are usually best  and most satisfactory  in the end.  BOUNDARY'S BEST  BOHLED BEEB  r _  is a home product !!6rf;  real    merit.     Get1   a  a case today and*try it  now.   Ask for  it.  GRAND FORKS REWING  COMPANY  Yale Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty.  Gjed/'E. Massie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Every Description  P. Av.Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Stukkt.  flartinflulleri  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Coal  Bridge Street   ,  Grand Forks, B. G.  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo.'s Stot e  PHONE 33  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre 8  Mclnnis, Proprietors  Pays for The Sun for. an entire year.   It is  the brightest paper in the Boundary country THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  c;^  IEWS OFtHE  E. Miller and E. Spraggett made  an auto trip,to Greenwood on Monday. /  - ''___ ,' '.".'���������_ " 7  .Louie Johnson and Joe -Gelinas'  came down from Franklin on Wed-  day. Mr. Johnson returned to'..tbe  camp yesterday.  Tom Fisher was killed in the  Granby mine at Phoenix last Thursday by a rock falling on him.  Grey Pond has been appointed  district ..deputy for, the Oddfellows'  lodges in Grand Forks, Greenwood  and Phoenix.       ' '   : ���������  Mr. McKay, of Phoenix;- while i  riding a motorcycle near Eholt last  Sunday, went over and embankment. The machine was badly  smashed, but the, rider luckily "es-  "c^ped with a few bruises.  The British Columbia Copper  company will continue to operate "its  smelter at two-third capacity-for the  present. It was thought a while ago  thatrthe plant would be closed until  the proposed hew mill' is\ built.���������  Boston Commercial.-  Advocates Qtit-of-Door Ltfe  ��������� The Sabbath observance commit-  niittee of the Methodist church, Toronto, are once more tronbling themselves over our spiritual welfare. At  last week's meeting a long list of  complaints -were , laid before the  members. Those who"use automobiles came in for criticism, but "the  motorcycle was found'eyen more objectionable^ What they called Sunday social teas were also criticized  in some quarters, though they were  defended by others on the -grounds  that these functions ��������� furnished' ex-  cellent-. means.- of bringing -the,  preacher -i n to close . comm unication  with his .flock. , Sunday "golf was  frowned down upon by all. these  "Sad Sundayites apparently ��������� coming  to the unanimous conclusion that  golf players had no particular, occupations on week days, other than  golf, and therefore they "should not  be. allowed to'play on Sunday. One  reverend gentleman admitted that he  used an auto on a recent Sunday 4n  order that he might get to a- distant  part of the city to preach. "I^have  always refused to use the Sunday  care," he added, in an endeavor to  explain away his misconduct. Of  course, the parson could ' have arrived at his destination via the street  car route without making an additional man work on Sunday, but he  preferred to live upTo his prejudices  against Sunday cars, even to the extent of employing a sinful automobile, which all looks' very much like  straining at a gnat and swallowing a<  camel., That citizens-are awaking  to the "real benefits of out-of-door  life on Sundays is a. good sign, Sad  Sundayites to the contrary notwith"  standing, and"'* is to be that, at* the  years pass they will take fuller aaV  vantage of Itheir oppoitunities.���������To  ronto Saturday. Night.  Paper Dollar, to cover Union   frac  tion, L. Johnson.  Twin Fir,1 to cover   Last Chance.  J  W. Sleigh.   '       ; .   ''  , All at Franklin.  MINING RECORDS  Ernest Harrison reports the following entries   at  the   mining recorder's  office  froiiv June 15 to June 27, in  elusive.  LOCATIONS  Lucky Thought; Gloucester camp,  Pat Clune  Leader "No. 2, Leader Fraction,  Franklin camp, Joe Gelinas. ,'  Alpen, Gloucester camp, Leo Neff.  Jasper fraction, Pathfinder, C. M.  Kingston.- - ��������� -  Mary K., Cascade, W. S.   Phillips.  -  - CERTIFICATES OF WORK.  Maryland,. Pass   creek,' C. Helmer.  Blackstone, Bluestohe, - Franklin  camp, B. J. Averill.        -   -  ,  Edna, Leader, Franklin .'camp, Murt  Carrplir ':���������>.'���������������������������      -' :"���������?-  .  NOTICES OF WORK.  Silver Horde, to cover Cache d'Or,  A.J'. Fee.  . ��������� "  Expects to Strike OH  With the expectation that oil wil  be struck in the next two hundred  feet, those who have bought shares in  the National Oil. <k Gas company,  whose property is situated at Enterprise, Wash., on the Great Northern  railway, between- Bellingham and  Blaine, may well pride themselves for  their shrewdness. Men who have devoted their life's work to the oil fields  of California and other oil producing  states, are all one in the opinion that  oil will soon be struck at this well.  Drilling has been going on for some  time and the party who went out to  the well on Sunday were agreeably  surprised to learn that the well had  been sunk to a depth of 1^840 feet.  Far more favorable. to the purty,  howevej/'was the intelligeuce conveyed by Mr. G S Mendenhall, the  head driller. This man, who has  brought in several successful wells in  California, stated ..that there undoubtedly would be production of the real  fluid soon. He estimated that in the  next two hundred feet oil. might be  struck very near that mark.  Indications of the presence of liquid  gold "at this well, which has gainpd so  many, supporting investors in Van  couver," were present. The indications  were contained in the baler, which  brought up from the bowels of the  earth considerable liquid which Capt.  St. Cyr said was unmistakably oil.  Capt. St- Cyr "has spent many years in  the California fields and .is an expert  of national reputation'.  Drilling is proceeding day and night  and the ' work ..is being rushed as  quickly as possible. It is quite on the  cards that a gusher might be struck  any time now. Mr. C. A. Stahl took  the party out to the well.. The, trip  was much enjoyed and people who  have not visited the well should avail  themselxes of the opportunity, for it  is only a.short journey.���������Advt.*  When, Buying  aA Baby  Carriage  Why Not Buy 0  ;The Best ���������  - We have a large assortment of the best  makes, chosen for Quality and Comfort.  The comfort of baby is essential if he isto  be  the healthy,  happy child, you wish.f./^?  Call and inspect our line of these goods.  PRICES   TO   SUIT   EVERY   ONE.  MILLER^GARDNER  Hardware 7& Home Furnishers Crockery  And get it good, should be the main idea in  the matter of your Meat and Fish. A full  assortment may always bo depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon need only to be  tried to be appreciated, and once used always called for.  H  Meat Merchants  Phone 1  HB  First Street  A better position for' you. We  teach by practical experience Automobile driving and repairing. Jordan 'Auto1- Academy, ������������������ 1225 ; W.  Sprague,; Spokane, Wn.  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 to  1300 lbs.; one matched sorrel ,team.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks,B.C.  The devil's mistake would not affect  the work you get. We have reliable  men to handle the printing you send  us. We do the work well, and when  it is delivered you'll say it's ae it  shonld be Every order is delivered  promptly. Every price is a fair one.  The Sun Print Shop.  For Sale���������33 Winchester  repeater;  take-down.    Apply this office  The Sun  is  the  best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  HANSEN SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  fe. Gait Coal  IS  ow  Office {  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Telephones;  Office, RK6 Ffptf StrPPt  Hansen's Residence. R38 r" al ������" CV������  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made   to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUE  a b  flfflBTft  Before Buying Stock in Any  Company You Should Thoroughly Investigate It  n b b  The National Oil & Gas Co., Inc.,  Capital of $500,000, Shares $1.00  par value, non assessable, is worthy  of investigation Their property  consists of 2,500 acres at Enterprise, on the Great Northern Ry.;  $40,000 has been spent in development. The well is now down to a  depth of 1,840 feet.  Stock is being sold to meet current  expenses only. Oil experts say,  "Success- is certain." They aro  drilling day and night. As soon as  oil is struck the stock will be withdrawn from the market. Oil may be  struck any day. This is youroppor-  tunity. Shares are now being sold  for only 75c each. "^  Remember,Oil May Be Struck Any Day  Send in your Application NOW  C.  A.  STAHL A CO,, Limited,  701-2' Bank of Ottawa Building,  Vancouver, B. C.  Enclosed   find   $ for...r. shares  of stock of  The National Oil Jj Gae Company, Inc., being  payment  in  fnll   at  75c  per share.  Name.! ������..'.....'   Address.  Printing for  Particular  H  o  demands care not only in the selection  of the best stock but also in the most  appropriate type faces for the different  lines of business.    Our stock of paper is  large and we are in a position to meet  the requirements of the most particular  customer.     A large range of new type  faces gives us a splendid opportunity to  select just that style best suited to each-  particular   business.      Have   we   been  receiving your orders for printing?    If  we have not, better let  us show you  samples  and quote you prices on that  next order you will be placing shortly.  r  b  o  o  Q  The Sun Print Shop   /  Winnipeg Ave.  Telephone R 74  mexmmtmmsimiamammmiamimmmmmsjMmmammm^mmmmMmmm  mMmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimMMmm . iTHE SUjSt, G3BAN3} FORKS. "BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The Wretchedness  of Constipation  Can quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  1IVER PILLS  Purely vegetable  ���������act surely and  gently on the  liver. Cure  Biliouaaess,  Head-  aclic,  Dizzr- _  Bess, and Indigestion.    They do their duty.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  Raul Iiavoc  Simulation  1om   offor.     W������  eifsst  A atrslatitfonrord esnorom  offer from an eatab.Mifd  Arm. Wo aro giving away  Watctaoa to thousand! ol  peoplo all OTor tho  world na s lints  ndTortl.'ement. Nov/  I, your ehaniso to  obtslo one. Write  now. oncloiljjj. 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Mrs. Winslow's Sootiting- syrup has neec  Jtacti for ovefr SIXTS URARS by MItWONS o<:  MOTHERS fot tneir UIIIXDKSM WiUI-B)  BSKTHING Witt JPBKFEC1" SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD SOFTENS the GUMS.  *lI..V/a all PAIN: CUKES WINE COi-IC. ana  fa tlie best rcmeay foi jOIAKKIICICA. lit is al>  solutelv harmless. B������ sure aut ask soi *'AI:3.  winslew's Soothing Syrup,'- ana iiilteaootrei  kind   Twenty-live cents a Qottle.  Let those"'who'hivo suffered from  eczema tell'you of its tortures. No  others can fully realize what it means  tc enduro the 'keen anguish caused  by the itching and burning. ���������    ��������� t  Dr. Chase's Ointment is the best-  known ointment manufactured, because it has conquered eczema, It  Quickly kills the fir. of this terrible  skin disease, brings comfort to the,  sufferer, and- gradually heals up the  raw, flapping sores.  There are scores of other uses for  Dr. Chase's Ointment wherever there  is itching, chafing or irritation of the  skin, but this is the great test for a  healing, soothing ointment: Will it  cure eczema? Because--'!; does not  fail in long standing cases 3f eczema  you may depend on Dr. Chase's Ointment to soothe Itching skin and heal  sores, no matter what may be the  cause.  Cures Colds,    Coughs,    Sore    Throat,  Tight  Chest and   Hoarseness  It's when sickness comes at night,  when you aro far from the druggist or  life doctor, that's when you need Nerviline most. Experienced mothers  are never without it One of the children may have toothache. Without  Nerviline���������a sleepless night for the  entire household. With Nervllin. the  pain is relieved quickly. It may 'oe  earache," perhaps a still' neck, or'one  of the kiddles coughing with a bad  chest cold. Nothing can give quicker  results than vigorous rubbing with  this old-time family remedy.  Nerviline is too useful, too valuable  to be without. ��������� For lumbago, lame  back, sciatica or neuralgia there is  no liniment with half of Nervlline's  power to penetrate and ease the'.pain.  As a family safeguard, as something  to ward off sickness' and to cure the  minor ills that will occur in every  family, to cure pain everywhere, you  can And nothing to compare with old-  time Nerviline, -which for, forty' years  hau been the mo'si widely used family  remedy in tho Dominion. The most  economical size is the large 50c. fanv  ily size bottle, small trial size 25c,  All dealers sell Nerviline.  BOVJ9I  - A song with the title, "There's a  Sigh in the Heart," was -sent by -a  young man tc his sweeth������art. but the  paper fell into the hands of ihe girl's  father, an misontiniw-ntal physician,  who  exclaimed:  What wretched, unscientific rubbish  is this? Who ever heard of such a  case?  He wro'te on the outside:  Mistaken diagnosis; no sigh in the  heart possible. Sighs relate almost  entirely to the lungs and diaphragm.  I am sorry to see you in.such a  state, old. friend, said the visitor at  the hospital, cheerily. What oh earth  happened to you?  r -fell off (he roof���������that's all! groaned the sufferer.  That's interesting. I havo an opportunity to prove a:: old theory here.  They say that when a man falls fr^om  a great height he thinks of all his sui3  before he hits the ground.' Now, is  that true?     Did you do that?  Well, I didn't have time to think  of quite all of them. You soe, I only  fell five stories.  You say you occasionally smoke  one of your wife's birthday cigars?  Yes, I dug 'em up the other day,1" and  they are a great help in my present  situation.  What is that?  I am trying to quit smoking for  ood.  CORNS, CORNS, CORNS  Discovered at last a remedy that is  sure, safe, and painless. Putnam's  Painless Corn Extractor, a prompt, effective, painless remover of corns and  bunions. Putnam's Painless Corn  Extractor neither cause's pain nor discomfort. ' Its name, you see. tells a  story, keep it in sight, here it is;  Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor.  Sold by druggists, price 25c.  quickly steps  coughs,  cureo  colds  ths throat and luncs.        ::       ::  and  heals  25 cents.  Changed  First chorus lady���������What do you  think, dear? George is back from  Alaska, stony-broke and so altered  that you would hardly know him!  Second chorus lady���������" am sure J  shan't, dear.  Many mothers havo reason to bless  Mother braves' Worm Exterminator,  because it has relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  Power of Healing  No little sensation has been caused  by the remarkable speech delivered -\t  the University College the other day  by Lord Sandwic'i, who said that ho  personally possesses the power of  healing by suggestion. He said there  were few serious maladies he had not  treated "\v:tli success, and claimed to  have relieved many people in agonies  of pain. Tl.cro is no lim , he said,  to his experience, for'he hal attended  people in palaces, cottajes, and hospitals. He could not explain the power he possessed, but-he was certain  others also possessed it.  Mrs. Newrich (who has advertised  for a pfatiist)���������So you are the music  teacher that answered my advertisement?  Pianist���������Yes, mum."  Mrs. Newrich���������Well, sit down and  play a couple of duets so that I can  see what you can do.  PALMISTRY  Your Life's in Your Hand. Read  Your Own Future! Send Postal  Note 25 cents ami stamped addressed  envolopo to Crcsccntia, tht well  known scientific palmist who will mail  you chart from ivhicli you can read  your own l'uturt. It will fully describe your past and future life nnd  it can be a constant guide in lif-.'.  CRESCENTIA, 8, Stobart Block,  Winnipeg.  PILES  CUPED   IN  6  TO  14  DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any  case of Itchiug, Blind, Bleediug or Protruding Piles in G to 14 days.   50c.  People wonder why nature did not  put an ocea'aj ./hero Mexico and Central America now are.  Dr. Morse's  Iradiara Root Pill������  are made according to a formula In  use nearly a century ago among the  Indians, and learned from them by  Dr. Morse. Though repeated attempts have been made, by physicians and chemists, it has been found  . impossible to improve the formula or  the pills. Dr. Moroe's Indian Root  Pills area household remedy throughout the world for Constipation and  all Kidney and Liver troubles. They  act promptly and effectively, and  Cleans������ the System  Appetite  ;FiHds; Ready  W. N. U. 939  Two Scotchmen with a thirst counted up their joint possession ar.d found  that they could just cover the price  of a drink of whiskey.   Thoy went into the nearest saloon and ordered one  drink.   Satidy putting down th-> money for tho same.     Then arose a discussion as to now it could bo disposed  of to"the best advantage.     It was no  Alphonse and Ori.ston discussion. Each ���������'  was disposed to   stand    on his   own I  right while at the same time admitting |  the claim of the other.  At the critical moment a strange/  entered the saloon. With ~ wink of  his eye at his companion Sandy turned to the newcomer and said: Will  you Lave a drl ������������������ with us.'  Supposing, thp others had had a  drink before hiu entrance, the stranger said heartily,."I will," and emptied  the glass.  There was an uncertain pause for  a moment and then tho third man said  "Come on, boys, and have one on me."  Thoy had it. As they went out  Sandy wiped his mouth and said: See,  mon, it worked.  Yes, was the reply; but oh, what a  risk.  In a bowl of  Tho worst thing  flieir scarcity  about   riches   is  and Cream.  ThirOcrisp bits of Indian  Corn���������cooked and toasted  so that they have a delicious  flavour���������  ���������sold  where.  Nourishing  Easy to Serve  b5r   Grocers    every-  Canadian Postum Cereal Company,  Ltd., Windsor, One.  FOR ���������      '       ��������� -   ��������� " DISTEMPER "    .  CATARRHAL" FEVER  AND  ALL   NOSE  AND "THROAT   DISEASE  a,pr vc for others.- Liq  uid glvun'on th) tongue. Safe for brood mares and all  ���������'others.    Best kldno;.  remedy, sold by all druggists and  harness houses.    Distributors  ��������� ALL    WHOLESALE  DRUGGISTS., ;.  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Gos.nen.  Ind., U.S.A.  Cures th. sick and acts as'  U  is o.vee test-  It allows you touse less flour.  For only flour that makes 'more  bread and better bread in our oven  test is offered you.  Prom each shipment of wheat  delivered at our milis we take a  ten pound sample. The sample is  ground, into flour in.a tiny mill.  The.flour is baked into bread. If  this bread.is high in.quality and,  large in quantity we use the shipment from which it came. Other-  -   wise, we sell it.  So your benefit from Hpuj;'  bearing this name is sure. ��������� .    \  %  More Bread and Better Bread" and  "Better Pastry Too"      y*������  ,o repairs.  'J'HEY are not only best at first but  are cheaper in the end than any  other kind of walk. They arc clean,  permanent and safe. There is nothing to become loose nor are they slippery. They improve the general appearance of a house and are a source of  great satisfaction to every housewife because they keep  children out of the  mud, prevent colds from wet feet and prevent dirt  , from being ''tracked in" on floors and carpets.  Equally important is the fact that they rieyer wear  out and never need repairs.  This free book "What the Farmer can do with  Concrete" tells all about concrete walks and how  to build them, and a score of other things needed  on every farm.    Write forjt to-day.  Farmer's Information Bureau  ".::."������!i,,,.y<!J  i ���������  . .."���������.'.'���������Ml*  Jl (HOUR  Canada Cement Company Limited  5Q2 Herald Building \  Montreal v-  ESTABLISHED 18+0  For Your. Voyage,  Assures COMFORT,  and ENJOYMENT.  TouWlH act vrlssly when  travelling,   or Bfindlnij  for relatives  ';.  friends, to Insist on a passage via  HP'  or  Tho equipment Is maffnlficent. The Splendid Steamers of latest  model, and highest efficiency, carrying ons class (II.) Cabin and  Third Class only, are most admirably appointed. Tho surroundings  are most delightfully superb In their design, with a thorough service so distinctively Cunard. ._  Tho Cunard Co. also maintains service* between!  New York, Queenatown, Fishguard, Liverpool.  Boston, Queenstown, Fishguard, Liverpool.  New York. Mediterran������an, Adriatio.       -  Including tho fastost steamers in the world, "Lusitania," "Mauretanla"  Now building for Canadian Service, S.8. ''AU RAN I A"���������14,000 tons  All Information a3 to sailings, etc., and beautifully illustrated  literature may bo obtained from any Railway or Steamship Agent  or by writing to '������������������*'���������...  THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LTD  304 MAIN STREET WINNIPEG, MAN, '  ' Only a chicken-hearted man will allow himself to be henpecked.  tyllnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  A la Carte  Bohemian���������Do you knov,' any French.  Cosmopolite ��������� About-four dollars  aud sixty cents worth.  Of course time is money when a  fellow can pawn -his watch.  Abstinence is  the mother of  competence.     Absinthe is the other ways- THE SU1ST, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA*  HE KNOWS HIS CANADA  PROF. BROCK HAS STUDIED BO*  2HNIOJT LIKE A BOOK.    ,  iJirecuor of. .tho Geological Survey'  Has the Reputation of Being the  Best. Traveled Man In Canada^���������  He Is Also tho Leading Author*  ity on the Southern British Columbia Mineral Belt.  Prof. R. W. Brock, ono of the foremost of Canadian geologists, as well  as- one of the most capable and efficient officers of ��������� the civil service, j  has been connected with the geologl* *  cal survey at Ottawa for more than  20 years and Is now director of thai  important department of the Dominion public service. Prof. Brock te  probably the best traveled man to  Canada. .He knows.tho "Dominion  most intimately.  Reginald Walter Brock was horn  nt Perth; Ont, 89 years ago and  educated at Ottawa'Collegiate Institute/Mount Forest High School and  PHOT. K.-W. BBOOK  Jueen's Universtiy, from which ht  received the degree of M.A. and a  medal in mineralogy in 1895. Ht  ftlso did work at Heidelberg Univer  Bity. Later he took the science coure*  In the School of Mining at Kingston  becoming afterwards demonstrator ol  chemistry and professor of mining  therein. He was appointed to th*  staff of the geological survey of-Can  ftda In 1891 and conducted man;  Important explorations. At presen  he ia regarded aa->the best authorit:  tipon the geological formation of tht  great mineral belt in southern "Brit  lsh Columbia. He was made directoi  of the geological   survey   six   yeart  ago.  At college Prof. Brock was cele-  orated as an athlete in hockey and  football, and was president ot  Queen's Hockey Club, 1902-8. H*  Is a councillor of the Canadian Mln  ing Institute and also of Queen'?  University; a member of the Ainerl  can Mining Institute; a life fellov  of the Geological Society of America  and a member of tho National-Geographical Society. He was made a  fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1911.  -Prof. Brock, assisted by F. C  Congdon, prepared, two years ago ��������� a  new mining law applicable to all  Canada.' He is the author of numerous reports and papers on sciential  subjects.  A Bathing Ceremony.  The bathing-festival of HinduB t������  . which eighty thousand persons tool  part waa> held in the River Hooghly  near Calcutta, India, on a recem  evening. 'The enormous crowd wa*  lined along the river from Babu's  Ghat to Nimtolla Ghat. An Idea of  the large "number of bathers, assembled on this occasion, will be ob  talned from the fact that seen from  any position, the river looked like s  mass of heads as far as the eye could  eoe. The festival, which is the celebration of the combination of certain  stars on the day of a lunar eclipse  comes only once in twelve years, and  is known as the Y'Churambni Yoga:"  This explains why the festival aroue  ed so much enthusiasm among de  vout Hindus. Ablution in the Ganges  and its branches on the occasion o'  this festival is popularly regarded at  very beneficial spiritually. Som������  thousands of Hindus, living in partt  of the country remote from th*  Ganges, came to Calcutta with t  view to bathe in the Hooghly.  His Queer Doctrines.  Two centuries  have passed sine  the Scottish Judge, Lord Monboddo  was born.   In his "Origin and Pto  gresa of Language" he argued thav  -human beings Bbould be studied Ilk*  other animals, but this doctrine seem  ed to the contemporaries of Dr. John  6on so ridiculous that the wagE based  many a Jest upon it.   His belief thai  men got rid of their tails by sitting  Upon them would now scarcely rals*  ������,' , smile:    among    anthropologists  Among his   more  startling proposl  tions was the earnestly maintained  one that the orang outang "was t  class of the human species, and tha*  ttf! want of speech was merely accl  dental."  Gave is Away.  "Did you ever gamblo in storks?"  "No.    I  onco thought I  was gambling, but tbo gentlemen who obtained  Hay money knew better."   ���������  RAILWAY GHOSTS.  Many  a Story Is Told at Waysfde  Stations. '  The stillness of the night on the  railway, except when the mall-train  goes flashing by, the twinkling of the  various lights, and the utter loneliness of its many miles of track, have  been the cause of many a ghost story  among railway men, says a London  writer.  1 remember a case where a ghost  at a wayside station so scared the.  night Mgnalman that,, although he  had a gun with hlra, he pulled lown  tho blinds and did not dare to look  out for fear of seeing it!    ,  None of the local staff would work  at night near tho haunts of the ghost,  and finally a "gl-ost proof" porter  was brought down from another station. Ho found that a local thief had  wrapped' himself in a white sheet simply to scare tho railway staff from  being around while he was stealing  goods from the wagons about tho  station!  " Another ghost I came across was  always conspicuous on wet and  stormy nights. To make it more horrible a^number of people swore that  it always carried Hs head under its  a^ms! -  Strange to say, the night watchman never saw it, and was as much  puzzled as anyone to know how a  ghost could bo on the line without  him seeing it sometimes."  ; Late one stormy night, however,  "the watchman came up to my lodgings to Inform me of a break-down  on the line. When my landlady opened the door, in answer to als knock,  she yelled, "The Ghost! The Ghost!"  I ran out to the rescue, and found  that the "ghost" was tti'e night watchman himself, with his hand-lamp  tucked under his arm', and the cape  of his yellow mackintosh over his  head to shelter him from the rain.  At ono engine-shed all the night-"  cleaners were scared out of their lives  by the wall of the banshee! Night  after night, as twelve o'clock approached, it would weep 'and wail,  and people used to get In early so as  to avoid meeting it.  A hard-headed inspector, who did  not believe in banshees, made a thorough investigation, and found that  the noise was caused by the valve in  a large .water-tank near the line not  closing propei'ly. Near midnight the-  tank would be filled up, and the pressure of the water made a loose piece  of leather vibrate like a reed in a  mouth-organ.  That was the wall of the banshee!  I remember one engine that was  "bewitched by the* fairies!" It was  all right when the driver left-It in the  ,shed at night, but next morning wlwin  attached to a train, it refused to  move. It would run by itself, but absolutely refused to take a load of any  kind.  Expert drivers tested the engine  and examined all the usual parts, but,  failed to find anything wrong. Local  j opinion was Arm that the fairies had  j bewitched the engine, so it was sent  to an'out-statlon, only to come beak  labelled as useless, thus confirming  the fairy spell!  Finally it was sent to a shed and  overhauled by a northern/engineer  who had never expressed a belief in  fairies. He fohnd" that the interna)  copper steam-pipe had collapsed flat,  and allowed just sufficient steam to  pass-through to move the engine, but  not enough to work the train.  HOBBLE LINGERIE  New Under Apparel of Crape or Silk  That Is Very Smart.  A hobble underwear apparel l& the  latest fad in tho lingerie world, examples of these unique garments having  been exhibited iu New York shops recently. The new lingerie Is made of  the thinnest fabrics to be found, the  materials most In use being silk crape,  chiffon cloth and finely woven silk.  Fino linen, which formerly was considered tho daintiest of ail for underclothing, is seen no more. ���������  The now hobble stylo is essential  with tho fashionable dresses, which  fit the. figure so close at the hips, knees  and ankles tbat a petticoat, however  sheer, shows its outlines through the  gown.  Olio of the oddest of the fashionable  combination suits was of thin pink  crepe de chine, made to bo worn with  a bust supporter and uo corset unless  ��������� possibly a webbing hip reducer. Tho  upper part of tho bobble garment was  lace edged, and It was fashioned all In  ono piece, the skirt part reaching just  below the knees, where it was drawn  .into nn elastic band about an inch and  a half in width. This band was just  long enough to dispose of the slight  fullness in the combination and to  hold it close to the body. It also prevented tho wearer from taking steps  too long for her dress. i  FOR THE WINTER TABLE.  Try  Casserole Cookery and You Will  Add 'Variety-to the Menu.'  , The housekeeper who has tested the  convenience and tho delicious results  gained from cooking en casserole wll'  bo delighted lo add to her list of recipes mutton en casserole. For thlsdlsh  take two pounds neck of mutton, two  turnips, carrots, two onions, one heaping tablespoonful of flour, one heaping tablespoonful of butter, twelve pre  served cherries, juieo of half a lemon  one tablespoonful of mushroom ketch  up, four tomatoes, two cupfuls of stock  salt and pepper. Wipe the meat; then  cut It Into neat, small pieces. Melt the  butter and then .fry the meat brown on  both sides. Remove tho meat, sprirkh  In the flour and.brown it carefully, says  Good Housekeeping. ��������� Add .the stoc-li  anil stir until it bolls. Put tho meat  Into the casserole, add the sliced on  Ions  and tomatoes,  Bonio neatly  cul  CATS GALORE.  Abonfcc- 180,000   Mummified   Felines  Arrive Da London.  Some time ago it was announced in  the   English   newspapers,   and   the  French followed suit, that a ship had  recently.reached Loudon and disembarked  180,000 mummies of Egyptian cats.    For a long time manufacturers of different nationalities have  been   accustomed   to   seek   out   the  burying grounds of. animals-throughout Egypt, and to export the bones  to Europe, where they are used as  manure; At one time a necropolis full  of monkeys was sent to Germany to  manuro   beetroot   fields.    It   seems,  says Sir Gaston Maspero ("Egyptian  Art: Studies," x fasctratihg guldo to  its subject, T. Fisher Unwin), whom  we quote, that '.he cats were discovered near   Benl-Hassau;   they were  piled up at hazard lu a sort of cavern, into which a fellah in Bearch of  antiquities was the first to penetrate.  In  fact,  at some distance  to  the  south of the hypogaeums (buildings  below ground level) of Beni Hassen,  In' the place called by  geographers  Speos-Artemldos, is a chapel hollowed out in the rock, and consecrated  by tho kings of the eighteenth and  nineteenth dynasties to a local goddess, "a woman's body with a cat's  or lion's head, called Pakhlt.     The  cats.must have lived in the vicinity,  under tho protection of their cousin,  the goddess. Cemeteries of the same  kind existed every whero a divinity  of a feline type was-worshipped, lion,  tiger, or cat.    The most celebrated  was at Bubantis, in the delta, where  the   seekers   of   antiquities   cleared  away the rubbish about thirty-seven  years  ago.    The  mummies   of   cats  wore buried'thce in "favissoe," deep  \>lts, some merely wrapped In Bwath-  Irigs, others enclosed in little coffins  reproducing the Image of the animal.  Some of these coffins are entirely  of wood covered with white stucco,  glided, painted in bright colors; some  are in bronze;- others 'have the body  in wood and the head in bronze, with  <?old rings In^thetr.ears and incrustations.of gold on the forehead and in  the eyes.   Statuettes of cats of dln'er-  ^nt sizes,  portraits   of   the goddess  Hattit with a cat's head, or of  the  f?od Nefirtoumou,  are  mingled with  the    mummies.    Thence    come    the  thousands of .bronzo.cats, big and lit*  '���������le, with which all the antiquaries of  Europe and Cairo were so abundantly-provided from 187G to 1888.  The imjortant r������t who lives now  In one of the glass cases ir the Sail)  divine" of the Louvre, is a perfect  'ype of the species, long, slender In  fho back, broad in the hind-quarters,  ���������lelicato, well-set head, rings in the  ears, a necklace round the neck, and  I PRACTICAL HEAiJH  HINT. J  .|.   X  .!$?:  An Oily SUin. X  |* An oily  skin  means lhat  tho ���������{���������  ������ diet Is  uot  what  it sLouUl   be. X  y Avoid all futty foods, strong cof- J������  .C fee aud rich viands.    Hut fruit X  }? early In the morning nnd drink J*  K rninerul   waters.    (Jreon   salads .J,  ���������f aro good.    Stimulating and as- v  X Irlngcnt  washes  are  needed  to  T restore tone und vitality to tbe  ������ relaxed glands.   The use of buy  T rum. alcohol, camphor arid inn-  * moula is to bo deplored, an these  T are all too drying.    The nstrlu-  ������ gent wash will  be found most 4.  X excellent, not only as a means T  ���������{���������of removing oil  from the skiu, ���������[���������  X but  for  whitening   tho surface V  j aud refining the pores. j������  ���������K-H������H-W~M-'W-I"!~W-*H-H-!--M������W-f  HAMBURG'S  PROUD  BOAST.  It Claims to Be the Finest Seaport In  the World.  "Hamburg harbor hi one of tbe.grcat-  est enterprises of the kind in .the  world, If not tho greatest."' writes  Frank O. Bolles. commercial agent of  the United States iu that mighty German port.  There Is nothing like It on the face of  the globe. New York and Loudon tight  it out each year for the supremacy of  all the porta of the world, with New  York a couple of millions abend at last  reports on the total commerce. Hamburg, securely settled iu third place,  lias,- however, the finest, most modern  facilities today of any seaport anywhere, outrivaling both its American  and English-competitors.  Some conception of the extent of this  mighty harbor may be obtained from  the fact that it provides moro than  130,000 linear, feet of dockage, with  about 5.000.0(H) square feet of space for  unloading. These dor-ks are. however,  used for package freight only, the bulls  cargoes being unloaded at other quays  directly into cars for transport to destination or Into elevators and storage  varehouses or into lighters for transportation by water ,-outc to Inland factories. Two years ugo nn extension of  these already large harbor facilities  was decided upon an������J an expenditure  authorized to cover another 40.000 lla*  ear feet of quay.  Last year there  wero" unloaded la  Hamburg, harbor 18.400 vckhpIs. with  in aggregate tonnage.of 14.000.000.    *  There are now in use about 050 ship  a I We S   on   Iho   top  of  the   cranesof three tons rapacity, some ot  .      .    ,, .  __.._j. ...*.��������� .���������������,i������n������i it lmul nriitnh nro ntpnm oneratoo. While others  3*5  ������&!������  Wild Beasts Increase.  Wild animals are; increasing at a  surprising rate in the-Hazaribagh district in India, and it is unsafe for  people now to go' far out of the station after dark, as,tlgers have been  seen at different times by people motoring, cycling, as welP as those traveling in "push-pushes" down the  Hazaribagh and Burhi Roads. Not  long ago, a gentleman coming in from  Burhi ori his motor bicycle saw a  fairly large tiger cub frisking near  th3 road, which just looked up at  him as he passed and vent on with  its game. Recently It was reported  to the."Sahibs" in the station that a  leapard or'."'tige: had been seen behind the jail^ so a number of them  went after the brute, but unfortunately were not able to locate it. Several Inr'ans have been brought in  mauled by leopards Htely, and mos  of them have succumbed to their injuries. "A man-eating tiger Is doihp  a great deal of damage in tho dls  trict, and has already killed about 4C  peorle. This will probably induce  "Shakaris" to try their luck in Hazaribagh.  Yorkshire Coal as Mascot.  When, on the occasion of his making his fifth effort to v/in the South  Leeds seat for his party, in the bye-  election of 1908, Mr. R. C. Neville  started to make a tour of the constituency, a woman rushed out of a  humble dwelling and presented him  with a lump of Yorkshire coal for  luck. "Just thee shove it in thy  pocket, and tha'H be member o'  Parliament the night," said the  donor, and "The Kid," as his supporters called him, though the  eminent K.C. was'born in 1863,  promptly pocketed the mascot,  which, tiowever, failed to bring him  the luck ascribed to it, for it was  not until he stood for Parliament for  the seventh time, in December, 1910,  that the Yorkshire coal at length  did its duty, and even then it was  for a Lancashire constituency���������-���������  Wigan.  uxrrroN e.v< ('assekolb and scalloped  TOMATOES.  pieces of carrot and turnip, tho stock  and a little salt. Put on tho lid und  simmer for about two hours until tho  meat' is quite tender. Meanwhile  with a round vegetable cutter, cut out  balls of carrot and turnip, using the  reddest part of the former. Cook these  In boiling salted water until tender;  th en d ra i n a nd b eep th em hot. Sea-;  son tho stew with salt and pepper and  Btlr in the lemon and ketfhup. Arrange  the vegetable balls aud cherries on the  top and servo ns hot as possible.  Scalloped tomatoes in shells are delicious as an entree. Drain the juice  from one can of tomatoes. Butter a  baking dish and cover the bottom  with tho tomatoes. Dot with butter,  dredge with popper aud salt syid sprinkle generously with line breadcrumbB.  Arrange another layer of tomatoes and  crumbs and so proceed until the shellH  are filled. Pour over all enough of  tiro Juice of the tomatoes to moisten  well nnd then finish the dish with a  covering of crumbs. Bake for twenty  minutes In n moderate oven- Garnish  with parsley and serve.  Worth Knowing.  Orange fritters are as dellcloua an  accompaniment to broiled or fried ham  as apple sauce to spnrerib.  To eggs baked In individual casseroles add a slice of tomato and a  sprinkling of cheese.  When serving afternoon tea try using  slices of orange Instead of lemon. This,  with grpen tea especially, gives it a delicious flavor.  If rice is cooked in water it will absorb about three times it������ measure. If  It is cooked in milk at least half as  much moro liquid will be necessary.  If seams are pressed over a br</om-  stick or any rounded edge, with care  In keeping them straight, there will be  no shining streak to mark their length.  To brown dishes tbat cannot be  placed In the oven heat a salamander  or round lron.plato with a handle attached until red hot and pass over the  top of the dish, being careful not to  Bcorch.  head; tbe artist who modelled It has  rendered excellentl;- and truthfully  the supple bearing and the bold:pby-  sloehoiny of his original.-  The cats reprerente'l on the monuments, or tne mummies of which aro  found in Egypt, were not of the same  race as our domestic cat. Scholars  have studed them und are unanimous in recognizing them as the  "Fells maniculata" and the "Fells  "���������h uis." Egypt has tamed a few in-  'lividual ones, but had not,domesticated the whole 3pecies. They are  sometimes to bo seen on the bas-reliefs solemnly seated near their mas-  ;ers. It is commenly assorted tha'.  they were used for hunting birds In  ���������he marshes, and Wilkinson quotes in  support a fairly large number of mu-  -al paintings whsro they stalk  through the reeds routing out little  birds.  I confess, concludes Sir Gaston  viaspero,:. that -this interpretation  floes not seem to me to be correct.  Where others claim to'recognize animals ready for t'le chase and acting  on behalf-of "man, I only see animals,  '.ame or not, on marauding bent and  "scouring the bushes, for their own  ourposes; just-as-our domesticated  nat chases the sparrows in our gardens and destroys the nests in our  oarks without any advantage to his  uaster. Egyptian artists, very acute  ibservers of what was going on  iround them, reproduced their cats'  expeditions, as they noted other picturesque details of the life of nature.  A Wluspeilng World.  The time was���������and not very long  ago���������when country visitors to London would stand in tho "Whispering  Gallery" of St. Paul's Cathedral  transfixed with amazement at its marvellous acoustic properties. The wonder of this curious feature of the  great Metropolitan Church has been  completely eclipsed by the scientist's  conquest of the air as u medium of  communication.  The world Is becoming a great  whispering gallery; the same atmos-  phero as Is in Wren's unique monument is carrying wnispers we cannot  even hear. The countryman who yesterday marvelled at the echo in St.  Paul's Cathedral can now walk into  the postofflce of his vlllige���������a village,  It may be, unconnected by oven a  railway with the busy, bustling  world���������and despatch a message to a  friend on board ship ia mid-Atlantic,  off the coast of Arabia.  which are steam operated, while others  aro operated by electric power furnished by the municipally owned pow������  or station.���������Now York World.  PASSING  OF  KILAUEA.  .������   , -  Hawaii's Volcano. It Is Said, Will Soon  Becomr Extinct.  Kllarrea, one oi' the few living voIca������  noes of the world. Is dying, according  to Professor Jaggnr. in charge of ths  ���������observatory on Mauna Loa.  The fires aro now dowu 1.700 feetv  with every prospect of going lower,  and it is tho opinion of the observer  that within a Bhort time tho crater pit-  will be completely covered wittu tho  pooled lava and become extinct* Kl-  lauea is on the Island of Hawaii, about  fifty-two' miles from Hilo.  According to Professor .Taggar. Hale*  ikala. on Maul, which to nil intents  has been extinct for hundred!* of years,.  Is likely to break forth at any time. .  Professor .laggar says ��������� shonid Kfr  lauea die the pentup gases that would  accumulate under the islands are sure  to find an outlet, and It Is possible  that, although they have been extinct  for many years, the craters at Diamond Head and Punchbowl may again  become living fire pits'.  Mokuaweoweo, which for a number  -of years has shown little evidences of  life, Is now said to be practically er  tinct.���������Honolulu Cor. New York Sun.  Mrs.   Catlerson-I   don't   like   Mrs.  Chattereon.    She's so sly and deceit-  "mi's. Pattevson-Docsn't she tell the  UV!l Catterson-Tbat's the trouble. |  E^ry lirao I'm certain she s lyIng I  find that she isu't.-Ncw York Globe.  Talk la Cheap In Sweden.  Talk appears to bo cheaper In Sweden than anywhere else. Students In  the oldest ^university in thut country,  Upsalu. aro able to have telephones In  their rooms at n cont of $I.7f> n year  each. A Stockholm correspondent of -  tho Chicago News writes: "This Is  probably a new record for cheapness  of service. The price limits calls to  the city of TJpsaln, but an Instrument  with unlimited rights of call costs only  ?0 a year. The telephone service In  Sweden has reached an unparalleled  stage of development Nearly every  household, even In the smallest town,  Is provided with an Instrument. Ia  Stockholm the coat of a telephone Ifl  $10 a year nnd upward."  The father of a largo family ol  children was trying hard to read ths  evening paper.  "What's that terrible racket in ths  hall, Martha'/"  "Ono of the children just fell downstairs."  "Well," he replied, turning over an������  otuer page qf the paper, "you tell tho  children if they can't fall downstairs  quietly they'll hare to stop it"���������Lift*  plncott's. THE   SUN,"  GRAND   EORKS,   B. C.  NEWS OF IHE CITt  John E.-Kennedy, of Nelson, a C.  P. R. engineer who has been running on the Boundary division, and  who was taken to the Cottage hospital last week suffering from' a stomach complaint, died in the'hospital  on Saturday night. - His-wife.and  members of the family 'arrived in  the city by special train from Nelson before he passed away. The remains were taken to Nelson 'for  burial on Monday. Mr. Kennedy  has been running out of Nelson and'  Trail for the past sixteen or seventeen years. He' is survived in Nelson by his wife, his stepdaughter  and two little children, aged about  five and three years.  Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Peterson and  family left on- Sundaymorning 'for  an automobile trip to their ranch at  Princeton. .They returned home on  Tuesday. Gaston Lequime, ��������� of the  Henniger, garage, acted as chauffeur:  The Granby Consolidated "' has  blown in the third furnace at the  new Hidden Creek smelter, thus  placing the plant in full commission.  The ore at Hidden Creek is' largely  eaver Hoard Next Time  Tt will save all the muss and litter of Lath, Plaster and  Wall Paper, It permits more beautiful interior designing  in the most modern style. It never cracks or deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER BOARD %"������Lgs  Beaver  Board  is. very quickly and easily put up; makes a" - ��������� ^  house warmer in winter, cooler in summerf is painted, doing. ,;-  away with;.unsanitary, wall- paper, and   has  many other advantages.   Let us'show you samples and toll you all about it  MANLFS HARDWARE  '    TI.c     ' '     ���������  ���������BRIGHTEN-UP"  Store  NEW  HARNESS  SHOP  I have re-opened a harness   shop at my  old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture  ' New Harness ?nd do all:k.inds������f    .  * ***��������� a* w^r^- harness repairing. All  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  A.  Here We Are !  Your Six Friends,  Robin Hood Family^  Robin Hood Flour  "     Oats  it tt  it  a  tt  a  tt  tt  Porridge Oats  Ferina  Graham  Whole Wheat  Let Us Lighten  Your Household Duties  For Sale by  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear .  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  c/411 Its Branches  Boundary Trust ������&  Investment Co., Etd  Established 1901  First Street  self fluxing, only 4- per cent coke  being used there. ��������� Precious" metal  values are said to be high enough to  offset the . cost of the freight haul  acrdss-the continent. Both the Canadian Pacific and the" Grand Trunk  railway^ are competing for _ the  ;freight,business.      .,      ,.���������.,        ,   ���������'  A-.G.. Larson, who has been ex  amining Franklin,camp for the provincial 'government, returned' to the  city Sunday'night, after ������pending'a  week.in the camp. ��������� He leftjor Victoria Monday rnorningT While he  declined ..to make any statement regarding his impressions of the.camp,  those who. accompanied him say  thai'he appeared to beYvell pleased  with the country and the various  properties. ' His report on the,camp  will'be printed by- the government.  The largest shipment of ore .ever  made from Republic at one time  was sent out Tuesday over the Great  Northern railway. It consisted of  sixteen cars of ore from the Ben  Hur mine consigned to the Granby  company's smelter at Anyox, B. C.,'  billed via Seattle.���������Republic Journal."   ' ."   *    .      '...'  for   H. M.   Luscombe   on   Fourth  street, near Winnipeg avenue.  Wm. Carter has purchased-'two  lots _on- Columbra avenue,, below  Ralph Trotter's house,; from Neil  McCallum.    ,,  ���������' W. ,0.' Miller,' 'district'superintendent of the..Canadian Pacific railway,- visited the  city last Saturday.  . ������L -W. Sterling, 'district freight  agent oMhej.C. P. R ,.was in/the city  on'Saturday^and Sunday.--,      ;' ���������'  Frank J.- Miller has been confined  to the hospital by illness this week.  >:D. J. McDonald' and -family, .of  Anaconda, B.C., visited relatives in  the-city this week. Mr. McDonald  .was one of the pioneers ,of. Grand  Forks. He is now a prosperous  rancher on. Boundary creek.  C. D. Verrill, government geologist, returned Friday night from  Franklin ' camp, where he spent a  week with A. G". Larson,, the mining engineer. He returned to Victoria on Saturday,    ,  Ernest' Miller,    M.P.P.,.   visited  Phoenix on Tuesday. ���������  Take your repairs to Armson, shoe  repairer.    The Hub.- , Look   for the  Big Boot.'   _      'r Y"  ,  i. ������������������ ;   ��������� The Siin only costs $1 a year.   -It  prints all the news.? " '  A better- position for you.    We  teach by practical experience Auto'-,  mobile driving and, repairing.- ' Jordan   Auto   Academy,     1225     W.  Sprague, Spokane, Wn, -  -   , . ", Y  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 ' to  1300 lbs.';.one matched spr.rel. team,.  Apply P. Hansen, .Grand-Forks,B.C/  . Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C- Peck ham,  Second-hand Store.   r  '   Accept no substitutes, but get the  original���������^-Th'e Grand' Forks Sun. "It  gathers and piints   the  news  of the  city and district first.  John Wanamaker says' iri'judicious  Advertising:. "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls. ��������� It begins very gently"  at first; but the pull is steady. It increases day by day and year by-year,  until it exerts an irresistible   power."  ��������� The devil's mistake'wo'bTd'not affect  the work- you "get. We have "reliable  men to handle the'printing *ybu" send  us. AVe do the work, well,-and when  it'<is' delivered' you'll say it|s ;asit  shonld.be, -Every order, is delivered  promptly. . Every price is a fair one  The Sun Print Shop. \.-.   "'   '' ;    .'  THE  '        '.'���������'���������'  LONDON DIRECTORY  (Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout'the  world   to  /communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS ^DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and Its:  suburbs, the directory oontaius lists of .  EXPORT.MERCHANTS .  with the Goods they ship, 'and the Coloniiil  and Foreign Markets they supply;   -  1,   . ' STEAMSHIP LINES   . .   Y  - - -        '* *  arranged under the Ports to which they'sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchant's, ,etcl, in-  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the United Kingdom. ���������' ���������   , ,  Acopy of the current edition will -be forwarded,, freight 'paid, on receipt of Poitnl  Order for $5.       '   -      ,-> '?���������,'������������������  'Dealers .seeking Agencies oau. adverti'-e  their trade cards for $5,'"orlarger advertisements from S15. !      ,'...",  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  25, Abchurch Lane, -London, .E.C  The Canadian Pacific railway has  found a new use for smelter slag.  It has commenced to pave the space  between the rails at- crossings ' with  slag blocks-instead of using planks,  as heretofore.  W. G.; Foster, editor of the Nelson News,'arrived, in the city " on  Saturday, "and made a side " trip to  Franklin camp on Sunday. He returned to Nelson Monday  morning.  G. F. -Brock, of the Bank of Com  merce,    left   Wednesday for  a  two  weeks'    vacation   trip to the coast  cities.    It   .is    yet      problematical  whether be will return alone or not.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh,and Salt Meats, Poultry ..always on hand.  . .        Highest market price paid for live stock.  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous attention.  ��������� A crew of workmen arrived in the  city on Monday to rebuild the Kettle valley line bridge on the North  Fork branch, twelve miles north of  town."  (CLEVELAND)  At a special meeting of the city  council last Friday evening the tax  mte bylaw was reconsidered and  finally passed. Nn other business of  importance was transacted.  "Built to Last"  Without a doubt, one of the strongest  bicycles ever built.  Thousands in use to-day, that have  been running ten to twenty years.  .  And still giving the  utmost   satisfaction.  The3rpiece "C.C.M." Hanger adds  the finishing touch of perfection to  this famous wheel.' ".  - .  Gall and examine the latest "Clevelands "at  g  Hcadquatieri  for  Hlgh-Grade  Sundries  J.   cTVfOOYBOERo  tt'ackimith  and Bicycle Dealer  C. B. Peterson, of the   Hotel   Pacific,    has ��������� ordered a 60 h.p  Stude  baker automobile.     He is preparing  for the.reception of the   machine by  building a garage.  James Blake, Wm. Meade and  Mr. ; Bohrner, 0. P. R. engineers,  left for Nelson on Saturday to attend  a meeting of the engineers' of this  division of tlie road.  A. D Morrison, Win. Dinsmore  and Wm. Farmer were summoned  from this city on the grand- jury at  Greenwood. They left for that city  on Saturday.  G.   A.   Lafferty, manager   of  the  Bank of Montreal   at. Rossland, was  in'the city on Saturday.    He  made  aside trip to Franklin camp on Sun  day.  City Electrician Anderson left  Wednesday for Colville, where he  will spend his vacation. He was  accompanied by Mrs. Anderson.  George Chappie and Milton White  returned to Victoria on  Wednesday  ing  McDonald (V. ���������Williams are   hmlri-   f������ fl  n    .If the Cash-on-Delivery System Is in use In your country, then you nead   on.v  VM'VU.nuiu ot  Williams are   OUlia-   |ja |Ja Ui   send 10|- for cither two Rings you seloot, nnd nay balance when you receive th  neat   two-storey     residence I Kings, masters, ltd., rye. eivig.  *������������������������


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