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 /  ,<./ Si.  lit   ���������  *    J1'  &'* iSS*.&%  ���������-���������is  Kettle VaJley Orchardist  VA  X  FIFTEENTH YEAR���������No; 34 0  y  GRAND FORKS   B. C., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916  $1.00 PER YEAR  11. G.-L. _ Clarke/ chief .Dominion  fruit inspector for- British Columbia,  visited the city.last Saturday./ Mr.  Clarke expressed the opinion that  the fruit crop in the Boundary and  Kootenay district? weuid be at least  three times as great this year as in  1915. He has been through the  southern portion of the province as  far east ������s Creston, and stated that  he had found every, evidence of a  bumper fruit crop.ihis year. Apples   were   particularly   p'omising,  * and   nothing   short   of  severe hail  ��������� storms or some other elemental  ca-  : lamity could prevent the fruit farmers of   ihe district  from havingan  abundant harvest.   'Mr. Clarke naid  that thf fall   of   fruit   has  been ex  ceedingly light and that  every indi  cation pointed to a large proportion  of the young fruit reaching maturity  Much care should   be exercised   by  the growers to prevent  scab.    This  ccSJ'id only   be  done by. systematic  and thorough spraying, .which   had  been   difficult 'of  late owing to thp  weather     In   the   Okanagan there  had been a slight falling off In some  fruits, but this was amply   made up  for   in   the   heavy .crop of  apples  promised." The "''farmers ;* of     the  province should   have   no trouble  this year in meeting the competition  of Jhe United S'.Ates growers,as wiih  a splendid crop in sight and the existing tariff laws', there should be no  difficulty in supplying the Canadian  market withe-Canadian fruit.     Practically all the  berry   growers   have  adopted the standard pint   box   for  commercial .purposes.    This    contains 33.6 cubic inches  and   should  run not less than 22 pounds   to   the i  crate, averaging around 25   [rounds.  Great care should' be taken in packing in order that the consumer may  have the benefit of the s-une quum  ty of fruit as that puf up> by the export shippers across the line.  stamps are to be formed of gothic  letters and are to he printed in durable ink, and must be perfectly legible. All boxfB or other receptacles  containing eggs are to b������ plainly  marked with the country of origin  ojj the eggs as well as the grade.  Manufacturers, bakeries, restaurants, hotels and similar places using Chinese e^g<'are to hang conspicuous signs in th^ir places >n  which are stated in letters not less  than four inches high, the <vords  "Chinese eggs used here," or 'Chinese eggs sold hen," as the case may  be.  . smelter on Sunday, there  be-  iing a goed supply of coke  on  hand,  George Howieson has resigned as provincial constable  in Phoenix, and will go into  business at Arrowhead.  METEOROLOGICAL  The  following is  the   minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day   during  the   past   week, as re  corded by the government thermom  eler on E. F. Laws' ranch:    ""  Min.  June30���������Friday  42  July    1���������Saturday   .... 45  2���������Sunday  57  ' 3���������Monday   53  4���������Tuesday....... 42  5���������Wednesday .. 44  6 ���������Thursday  44  Max.  65  79  68  67  72  Vancouver,  July  6.���������The;    British Columbia' Gazette^to~! The Mother Lode baseball  day announces September 14; team defeated Danville*o.to 1,  as election day and August 3 and Phoenix 2 to 0; at Dan-  as the day for nomination, ville last Tuesday. The Moth-  Writs are issued for 39 con- Lode club will play in Resiliencies,   which    elect   47 public next Sunday.  members.     The  return  date    for the writs is  December 14.      Complaint has  been  made  to The Sun that the boys are  disfiguring some of the graves  in the cemetery. This is a  queer playground for any one  to select for playing pranks in.  NEWS OHM CITY  ���������  78'  Inches  Rainfall ."  0.57  \  The Eggs Marks Act  The Eggs Marks act, recently  passed by the legislative assembly  at Victoria, contains a number of  clauses which are of the greatest interest to both the poultry fanner  and the consumer, while it also con  tains numerous instructions to the  retail and other merchants.  Every   person   carrying   on   the  business  of selling first grade eggs,  which   means  all   fresh eggs which  may be used for   bo ling   purposes,  must placard the receptaufe containing the eggs with a sign   compossed  of letters   not   less than four inches  in height, stating tbe name   or   the  province or-country  of origin, and  the additional words "Fresh," "Cold  Storage,"   or    "Preserved."    "Preserved" applies to eggs in which the  /natural deterioration has been   prevented or arrested   by  any   means>  process or treatment whatsoever.  A similar rule applies to "second-  grade eggs " which must bear a placard "Cooking Eggs," which means  any eggs that are unsuitable for  other than cooking purposes.  In addition to the above, every  preserved egg must have the word  "Preserved"stamped upon it, while  Installation of another new unit  at the No 2 plant of the West Koot-  enoy Power & Light company is being carried on at Bonnington Falls.  The new unit is of 8000 horsepower  and will bring the total horsepower  of this plant up to 32,000. The ca  pacity of the company's lower Bonnington Falls plant is 4000 horse  power and that of the plant at Cascade 3000..horsepower. ���������  Increased demaod .for' power on  account of the develapmerft of smellers and mines in the Boundary and  Kootehay districts is the reason for  the installation of the new. 8000-  horsepower unit at Bonnington.  Mayor Acres will unveil .an  honor roll of seventeen names  of members and adherents  who hjjjjve enlisted ' for active  service, at the Methodist  chureh Sunday evening. The  roll has been designed and  presented by W. P. O'Connor,  and is an excellent production  of filigree work, suitably ornamented. In addition to the regular order of service, which  will be of a patriotic' character, special music will be  rendered, including anthems  by the choir and solos by Miss  Lane of Calgary and E. Lup-  ton of Nelson.. Rev. J. D.  Hobden will preach on "The  Church and the War." A cordial invitation :is given to attend.  Miss Belva Bugbee,of Montana, arrived in the city today. She is visiting her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Dad Bugbee.  Thomas R. Hanson and  family "and Mrs. McKay, of  Rock Creek, were visitors in  the city yesterday.  The British Columbia Copper company .has.purchased a  Dodge touring car.  Daily trains are now operated between Oroville and  Princeton on the Great Northern railway.  There was no attempt made in  this city last Saturday to celebrate  Dominion day. Those, who re  mained at home made it a day of  rest. A day's outing at Christina  lake lured some of the people out Of  town, and the Phoenix celebration  attracted the balance of our citizens  who wished to observe the . day in a  livelier manner.  Last Friday in Republic, at  the Ferry county courthouse,  Elmer Raymond Geddes and  Miss .Eleanor MacKaracher,  both of Phoenix were united  in marriage by M. H. Joseph,  j ustice ��������� of the' peace. The  young couple^ was, accompanied by Mr., and Mrs. Bra-  denburg,   of \ Phoenix.    The  Chief of Police Savage is  taking a vacation until the  15th inst.  D company, 225th battalion,  will >ave for Vernon in a day  or-two.  The Sun man   spent an   hour in  Danville on the 4th for the purpose  making-observations as to the manner of conducting a  celebration in a  "dry" town.    The absence  of   men  staggering under the influence of intoxicants was not at al] displeasing,  and this   fact  did   not, apparently,  militate  against   the enjoyment of  those  present,   because    everybody  had a   good   time.    Taken   on   its  merits,   the   celebration   could   not  have   been   surpassed   in   a   town  many   times   tbe size of   Danville,  aud the attendance must have   been  a surprise even  to the   residents   of  the town.    Auto stages ran between  this   city    and   the' town every few  minutes,   and   it   was  three or four  o'clock Wednesday morning ere   the  last   load   of    celebrators     reached  home.  The races and athletic sports  were all interesting.   In the oaseball  game tbe   Mother   Lode   team   of  Greenwood came out victorious.    A  pleasing feature   of the  celebration  was the elaborate decoration of   mo  tor cars and buildings.    Taken as a  whole, the people of Danville   have  reason to teel proud over the success  of the celebration. u.  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  Mrs. Bart Inghram; who  visited friends in this city.has  returned to her home in  Greennwood.  R. II. Gilpin, customs officer at  this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts  at the head office in this city and at  the various sub-customs offices, for  the month of June, 1916:  Grand Forks....  $3,291.ol  Phoenix     1,901.44  Carson       814.90.  Cascade          52.85  Total.  86,060. 20  Heavy dropping of the apple crop  has taken place in this valley dur  ing the week. A number of the  orchardist say, howevea, that the  dropping has been about right, and  that it will save a lot of work In  hiiinitig out the fru it.  Wm. Dinsmore last week received  a letter from his son, Robert, who  was then irr London, England. He  stated that the time of writing he  was about to leave for the front in  France.  The ch ip who wrote  that   Prince  Von JJuelow was coming to America  omitted   to   state   the   name of the  Gorman liner that.was to bring him  over  party went- to I, Republic by  auto, retuJning home immediately after the ceremony.  The supper tendered the  members of D Company by  the Daughters of the Empire  in the Davis hall on Friday  night was an elaborate affair,  and the many good things to  served to eat, on beautifully  decorated tables, were thoroughly enjoyed and much appreciated by the men. Later  in the evening the members  of the company were treated  to a free entertainment at the  Empress theatre.  Neil Burrell, of Spokane,  was in the city this week, and  purchased four cars of poles  and one car of cedar posts  from It. A. Brown, of Volcanic.  >r ������������������>.  J. W. Bengougji addressed  a meeting of ladies in the  Methodist church on Wednesday on the subject of "Woman  Saffr  rage.  A preparedness parade in the  United States was stopped by a  every Chinese egg must hear an in-1 thunderstorm. Preparedness did not  scription     "Chinese."      All    these  include the providing of  umbrellas,   blown   in   at   the Greenwood  The Kettle   river   at   this  point has never before been as !  full of water at this season of  the year as it is at present.  The   second  furnace    was'  Dates of Fall Fairs  The department of agriculture   has  issued the following fall fair dates'for  the season of 1916:  Circuit 3���������  Chilliwack, September 13-15.  Aldergrove, SRptemhp.r 15.  Matsqur", September 16.  Langley, September 19.  Richmond, September 19-20.  Burquitlam, September 21.  Circuit 4���������  Barriere. September 13.  Hefley Creek. September 14-15.  Pritchard, September 19.  Kamloops, September 20-22.  Salmon Arm, September 22 23.  Kelowna, September 26-27.  Armstrong, Sept. 28-Ocb  2.  Eagle River (Malakwa), Octoho  Circuit 5���������  Gateway. September 5.  Cranbrook, September fi-7.  Windemere, September 13-14.  GoWen, September 15.  Fruitvale, Septamber 18.  Trail, Septomber 19-20.  Nelson, September 20 22.  Boswell, September 22.  Grand Forks, September 25-2(1  Greenwood, September 27.  Circuit 6���������  Revelstoke, September 21-22.  Robson, September 25.  Slocan.City, September 26.  New Denver, September 27-28  Burton, September 30.  Needles, October 3-4.      ���������-  Arrow Lake (Nakrrsp),  Or  Creston, October 7.  Circuit 7���������  Nicola, October (5.  Penticton. October 9-If),  flinnmerland, October 11-12.  Kalamal.kn (Ovama'), October I ���������!  Sam Hughes Visits Vernon  Major-General Sir Sara Hughes  visited Vernon last week and held  an inspection of the troops in the  central mobilization camp. From  Vernon he returned t-ast., having  completed his tour of inspection of  western camps, during which he  visited Sewell and Sarcee camps before going to Vernon. Pie was  joined at Sicamous by Col. J. Dull.  Stuart, D.OC, who came up from  the coast to meet him  In a brief address to the officers  he congratulated them upon the fine  appearance of the troops, eaying  that they were-indeed a splendid  body of men,as were all tbe soldiers  from this province. He noted their  cheerful bearing under adverse conditions, and spoke in high terms of  praise concerning the zeal displayed  by the officers in bringing their men  up to a Ktate of efficiency with all  possible dispatch.  1-5.  Kitchener's Autograph  1      Letter Sells for $30,000  j London, June 30.���������Earl Kitchener's autograph letter, calling for  j 300,000 recruits for the new army,  ; was sold today at auction for the  , benefit of the Bed Cross, to Thomas  iFenwick Harrison for ������6,000. Mr.  ; Harrison will present the letter to  the nation.  Warring countries ask their pimple not to use autos for pleasure.  W ar time is nD joy-riding lime. i'ETHE ���������BUN."  GRAND,':^GRES,   B. G  v������  A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE FINEST QUALITY  10 CENTS PER PLUG  anitation  Dr. Grcnfell Praises Work oF the British Medical Men in'War  "There is Jess typhoid at the front  than there is measles," according to  Dr. ��������� .Wilfred,Crenfoll, head of the  Labrador medical missions, who. has  been for three months with the Harvard surgical unit, and who is now  returning to Iris work in Labrador. He  is unboundedly enthusiastic about the  work of the iiritish medical men at  i J.10 front.  "'Look at typhoid/' lie remarked.  "Heretofore whole armies have been  decimated by" it. When the British  took over the trenches west of Ypres,  where typhoid ws epidemic in the  villages the allies had already 6,000  cases of this disease. Twenty-six  thousand Belgians had to be inoculated and this was supplemented by the  JJritish Tommy''playing Hercules m  cleaning up this Augean stable, lint  now the typhoid is so small a factor,  if it single case occurs anywhere hi  four armies it is known the same  night at headquarters and next day a  rigid Jocal enquiry is held as to the  cause.  "The sanitary service of all the  towns and villages near the line has  been taken over by the Army Medical  Corps, lowers and drains have been  put in order, garbage and filth disposed of a* thc'/least possible cost  At certain places'* near the line one  sees a series of furnaces all made from  old tins filled ��������� with clay, having air  spaces between, which ���������once licrhtcd require-next to no attention."but are  eternally doing their work, like modern Valleys of Hinnom.  "Water supplies are all tho time being tested and re-tested by tbe ambulance laboratories. Ono sees everywhere the [rail oi their work in labels  hanging  to  melancholy looking, taps,  such as  until ���������chlorinated.'"  ���������is not to be vised  An Ancient City  Trebizond  was one of the   Most  Notable Cities of the  East in  the Middle Ages  Trebizond, the old capital of Cap-  1 adocia, is mcntione-l by Milton in  one of his '���������gorgeous catalogues of  places in the first book of "Paradise  .Lost," where lie rotors tc the knights  who once jousted there. The city, indeed was one of tho great schools of  mediaeval chivalry, and it is a German historian, .Professor Fallmcraycr,  who tells us that it "became in popular romance and in tho. imaginations  of the Italians and Provencals,' one  of the most famous empires of the  Last, and the rallying point of the-  youth and flower of Asia." Readers  of "Jvanhoe" may remember that the  templars boasts to Rebecca that he  had won his horse. Zamor, in single  fight from tire Soldair of Trebizond.  Apart from its classical association  with Xenophon and the retreat of the  ten thousand, Trebizond was one of  the most notable cities of the Last  in the middle ages. The Hellenic  Trape>:tis, or "Tableland" so named  from the sloping table of ground on  which it stands, at the time of the  fourth crusade fell into the hands of  Alexus Commenus,. a scion of the  Imperial Byzantine family, who founded there an empire that lasted for  two and a half centuries, and included  the greater part of the southern coast  of the Black Sea. The Imperial family were renowned for their beauty,  and Princesses of Trebizond were  sought in marriage 'by Byzantine Em-  ������perors, western nobles and Mohammedan Princes.���������The London Chronicle.  War's Effect on Soldiers  Has Taught the Lesson of Making the  Best of Things  A London, ling., office clerk, now  a member o"f a regiment fighting at  the front writes home as follows:  "We may in the years to come forget how to order arms (though I daresay wc shair still at times go through  the movements with walking-stick or  umbrella). Wo may cease to walk  sturdily, chest out, looking our own  Height. JJut, I believe the spirit of  the British Army, spirit of discipline,  (he spirit of cooperation at. its finest,  will live in our hearts for over.  That, then, is one mark .which the  war has stamped on us. Wc shall  go hack to the old indoor life, and the  wide personal freedom, and even the  quaint struggles of politics, but "wo  shall be influenced all our clays by  army discipline.  We shall be influenced, loo, by the  sternly democratic conditions under  which v,'o have lived in the barns and  trenches of Flanders, clerks and  carters and scavengers and millhands,  all in a hungry hotch-potch. There  will not 'be so much class feeling in  us. as before.  Wc look forward, my fighting friends  and I, to the years of peace without  misgiving. Some folks think wc shall  come back clamouring for high wages  and better labor conditions. Some  folk think we shall never settle down  'again to a quiet office, life. JSio such  qualms, trouble''us.' The life here-lias  been a tremendous lesson in co-operation and making (lie best of things. T.  think we shall con\i back spiritually  and morally a little better, physicallv  a good deal better, and that ,jvc shall  be well content to live a peaceful domestic life.  Personally. 1 have had all the fighting and killing 1 want. After the war  I shall turn vegetarian, grow .roses,  wear carpet slippers, and'read "The  Golden Treasury." I am afraid 'that  is not quite what, the maiden ladies  expected.."  Will Feed Poland  British Government to  Undertake the  Problem  The British government has agreed  to a plan'whereby the civilian population of Poland may be fed by the  American commission.  The agreement specifies certain additions to German guarantees covering  the distribution of food before, the  permission becomes effective.  Thb .chief point's in the additions  proposed by the British government  to the German guarantees aro stipulations providing that tho relief shall  apply to Russian Poland as a whole,  instead of to'the portion oectipied by  the Germans, and an undertaking on  the part of tho German and Austrian  governments adequately to feed Serbia, Albania and   Montenegro.  Needed Teaching  Yells from- the nursery brought the  mother, who found the baby gleefully  pulling small Billy's curls/  "Never mind, darling,"- she comforted, "Baby doesn't know how it  harts."'  Hulf an houi later ' wild shrieks  from the baby made her run again to  the' nursery.  "Why, Billy." she cried, "what is  the matter with baby?"  "Nothing, muzzer," said Billy calmly; "only now he knows  The president of the board of trade,  in the British house of commons said  in answer to a question': "Fifteen  hundred Canadian woodmen have  come hero, to cut limber. We were so  short, of timber that we realised a  great deal of work must be done forth-'  with, though every endeavor- is being  made to do it economically."  If   Britain   "Went  Dry.'!  Their (the British) drink for the last  year   was .$909,790,'00u,   and   probably  they- are now spending a billion dollars a year on something'which' many  people in the United States and England manage to got along without. The  war  has  cost    Great  Britain    about  $7,500,000,000.     Jf   we   subtract   from  this the loans to other countries, which  will  presumably be repaid,  and    the  money spent on feeding the soldiers,  who would have had to be fed    and  clothed  anyhow, "though  not so  well,  in time of peace, wc should have left,  using    tho    estimate of "Sir    George  i'aish,  a  net  loss  to' the. country  of  about   ���������?2,500,000,000.     ff   then,   Great  Britain^should go dry, as Russia has,  its total" war losses could be paid up  within the next three years, not allowing anything for the gain in industrial  efficiency  and  the saving from    the  crime and impaired health which incidentally results ��������� from the consumption  of a    billion    dollars    worth  of  liquor  a  year.���������New   York  Indepent-  cnt.  ��������� fcianibo���������I ain't sewn yah out slurb-  helm' sense we done Jiab had de' las'  storm. "   "  Pole���������Dat am de usplicatin* fac.' In  de shaviu' 'porium vjiore I's 'ployed  de bah-baha fin* it improv-in' t' rest  do razalis 'c^sionaUy, so I's ipcri-  mentrn' dat old snow sbubbel ob  mine.  "Now, Willie," said mother, ''you  told me a falsehood. Do, you know  what happens to little boys .who tell  falsehoods?"  "No,"' returned Willie tremblingly.  "Well," continued mother, "a big  black man with only one eye in the  centre of his forehead comes along  and flics with him up to the moon  and makes him pick slicks for the  remainder of his life. Now, you win  never tell a falsehood again, .will you?  It is terribly wicked."   ���������  !s the ObJeeS off TTSais Free Pre-  seripSIon���������Tryliil your Eyes  Give^Yow Trouble.  "How did old Mr.' Doppel act when  you asked him for. his daughter's  hand?" "Splendidly, I've seen people on tho stage who couldn't simulate  sorrow any "bolter (ban ho did."  Thousands or people; surTev'-from ay*  troubles bec.iinsft iliey do not know what'  to do. Tliey know some kooiI home remedy Cor every oHirer minor ailment, but  none for their eye troubles. They neglect  their eyes, because tha trouble is not sufficient to ilrivo them to an eye specialist.'-  who would, anyway, clikrga them a heavy:  fee. As a last resort they {jo to ��������� air.  optician o.- to the iivc and ten-cent store,  and bl'lentimfs jret stasscs that they do>  not need, or which, after being used a  few months, do their'eyes more injury  than yrood.    ' .  Here ia n simple prescription that every  one should rise: G grains Bbn-Opto dissolved in 'A Bliiss ol -water. Use three.or  four times a day to IsatSre the eyes. -This  .prescription and th������ simple* Bon-Opto  systein Jceeps.the eyers.cJeau, sharpens tho  vision nnd quickly 'overcomes inflammation and irritation; Treat, watery, overworked, tired eyes .and other similar  troubles are sreatly-, benefited and oftentimes cured by its" use. Many reports  show that Wearers of < classes have discarded them after a few weeks' use.  ��������� It is sood for the eyes, and containa no  ,'nsrcclient which would Injure the. most'  nen si live eyes of an infant or tho agred.  Your own 'druggist'' can flli this ���������proscription, or the Valinas X>rag Co. of Toronto  will 1111 it for you by' mail. '.Try it, and ���������  know for once what real eye comfort is.  A prominent Oitj; Physician lo lrhom tho obova ortlclo  wno submitted, mid: "Bon-Optoio a very remsrkablo  romtfdy. ItH conslitui'nt uiKretlicnta ������r������ well known t<i  eminent oyo apcciulista xjtti wldatly prescribed by tliezn.  It can be obtained from any sood drturrfst and in ono oi  lh������ very few preparations. 1 /eel Mould b������ kept or  hand for regular use in almost evcrjrfiral'y."  Free Scholarships  At tin; height of tho Verdun attack  the Gorman-; threw 250 shells a day  into the city of YVrdun, most of  which fell anions' the business and  residontal quarters. h'onro of the  bombs were incendiary, and fires wero  of frequent occurrence. The civil population fled, and only cats and dogs  wen?  Ii'ft.  Four Years' Free Tuition is Offered by  tha C.  P.   R. to Apprentices and  Other   Employees "���������  Mr. George JJury,' vice-president  of the Canadian Pacific announces,  in a special circnia , that two free  scholarships, covering four years' tuition in the Faculty of Applied Science  in McGill UuniversUy, arc offered to  apprentices and oilier employees enrolled on the permanent, staff of the  said company, and under 21 years of  age, and to minor sons of cmploj-ces,  the same being subject to competitive  examination.  The .competitive .examination will be  held at the university, Montreal, and  at other centres throughout Canada,  in June, 1916. The candidates makiri"  the Highest average and complying  with the requirements of admission  will bo awarded the scholarships and  have the option of taking a course  in any department of 'applied science.  The scholarship will be renewed  from year to year. u. cover a period  not exceeding: four years, if, at the  close of each session, the holder thereof is entitled, under the rules, to full  standing in the next higher vear. In  case a scholarship Holder finds it  necessary to interrupt his course for  a year or more, notice must bo given  at the close of the session to the railway company and to the head of the  railway department of the university,  in order that the scholarship may be  open to other applicants.  In order to establish prior claim  to the"next available scholarship, notice of the student's intended return  must be given to the railway company and tho head of the railway department not later than .lanuary 1st  preceding the opening of the session  in which such scholarships will bo  available. Applications for certificates  entitling eligible persons to enter the  competition should be addressed to  I Mr. C. II. Buell, staff registrar arrd  secretary pension department, Montreal.  One of the new plays recently put on  in   London   failed   to   draw   well.  "1 suppose," said the. author. "It's  on account of the war."  "No," replied the manager: "I think  it's on account of (he piece."  Granulated Eyelids,  Eyes inflamed by exposure to Sun, Dasf and Wind  Honduras contemplates establishing  a free port in tho department of Mo's-  qtutia, at the point where Ihe Oruta  river empties into the lake or l/ay of  Caratasea. It is fo he named Puerto  Herrera. in honor of Dianisio de Her-  rera. first president, of the .Republic  of Honduras. The province of Mos-  qtulia, where (he port is to he situ-  ah.'d, embraces nearly one-sixth of the  entire area of the republic, and is untouched commercially and industrially, in fact, except for certain strips  quickly relieved by Murine  tyeScmcdy. No Smarting  tSt.Ir,eSomJovh. -A< I al^ig'Ihircoast; itjs'praetieaily'un  }. ourpmggiti's 50c per Bottle. Murine Eyo  balvcrn rubes25c. ForBookoflbeEyeFrccask  Diuzb'M oi MurinefyeHerneiivCo., Chicago  A process for making artificial silk  which, it is claimed, more nearly resembles pure .ilk in lustre than any  now on the market, has been invented  l������y a Japanes.'. ]f,; uses ehrvsalis oil  nnd mulberry cellulose dissolved in  a proper solvent, //'he fibre is produced  in trie regular way by forcing (ho  i'quid through minute holes,  W.   'N.    IJ.    1103  known and inhabited entirely by  Indians. The interior is said 'to be  rich in timber arrd minerals.  "The time, the place and the girl  are seldom found together." "That  alludes to the hired, girl all right."  Model D45.   40-45 Horse Pow<  Price $1,420, F.O.B. Oshawsi.  J&eXXiembCF tillS Power is the thing which makes or mars  motoring  pleasure  and   satisfaction.     Other things may  ^ have a stronger appeal to the inexperienced eye, but eventually all motorists discover that power is the great essential.  And remember, this You can't have sufficient power  in your motor car unless the motor is of the Valve-in-Head  type. Racing drivers, almost to a man, use cars with  Valve-in-Head motors. They know from years of experience that you absolutely cannot get sufficient power from  ar.*y except a Valve-in-Head motoi*. ^  Finally, remember this���������"McLaughlin ������ motor cars  always have had Valve-in-Head motors, and developed to  the highest point of efficiency yet attained in automobile,,  a    engineering.  is ��������� -  ^Power!   Valve-m-Head!   McLaughlin!  Bear in mind this trinity of  terms when buying- a motor  car.  Write   for  free    booklet.    "Farm Life  and Liberty."  Catalogue free on request.  12 Branches Throughout Canada  Our, ���������  By the Roadside  We have heard a lot of discussion  about improving the roadside fronts of  farms by tree planting and weed cutting. There is little more to bo said  on the subject. It remains for someone in each community to work orrt  an object lesson. If only one farm  owner along a main travelled road in  the vicinity of a county seat will clean  up his roadside, keep the grass clipped  and plant a row of fruit or nut trees,  it will not be long before the idea  spreads throughout the county.  ���������Such movements need agitation, but  they need demonstration more. This  is the kind of improvement that will  require a long time for general adoption, and pioneers in every community  Big Hospital Transports  The work of converting big merchant ships like the Uritannic into a  lied Cross fleet is a feature of the  war apt to be overlooked. The. ono  referred to has a fine operating theatre. Klevators are installed to carry  cot cases to different wards. The  "sit-ups" arc accomodated in the  wards loast accessible, for most of  them can spend the day on deck. On  one trip the .Britannic carried o,210  patients. Sho has thirty-three medical officers, eighty nurses, 'M0 orderlies, and a crew of nearly 700. The  Afjuitania on one of her trips gathered up 4,000 patients in the Eastern  Mediterranean and landed -them at  this big base.   She carried forty ruedi  are needed.    There are plenty of ex-1 eal officers, 100 nurses, and 40'3 ordcr-  perts  ready  to  advis.j  what   to  do  if I lies,  besides a crew of over GOO men  you are ready to be one of the leaders. ' ' ' ���������     ���������  ���������The Country Gentleman.  For advertising purposes an automobile has been built that resembles a  huge   wooden  shoe.  The Mauretania on one trip brought  back  '2/200  patients.  The. annual loss from hog cholera in  the United .States is estimated at  $32,500,000.    =     '   *  C.  P.   R.   Demons}) aiion Farms  The demonstration Jarms .which the  Canadian Pacific has set ap, both east  and west, have been employed with  signal success in ono special direction  ���������the setting up of liigncr standards.-  Through precept nnd example tha  company has brought about a most  flattering change in values. Iu oilier  words, the example and encouragement of the railway company, through .  these farms and by oilier means, have  cairsed those who hxve food products  to sell to give closer attention to  quality than was their former habit,  The company insists upon the first-  rate quality of food products on the  cars; and has taught, the farmers, both  cast and west, how best lo supply A 1  quality in butter., ftggs, Jowl, etc. .In  the neat aud tidy putting up oF food  products, too, there Las been decided  improvement. The fanners have been  set a fine example; Hud the peoplo  hy.ve seen, right at their elbow, that  values can bo greatly enhanced by  careful attention to details. V,-Sl IU a>������M i-������ V W  A������������  .KHE   SM,   'GRAND   FORKS*   Bl C  /a?y  ������MMmmMmmmmmM& J . "A Matter of Opinion"  Cosistipaifcit  Sj Growing Smaller E?ety Day.  (BARTER'S LITTLE  3SVER PILLS are  &apoaeible���������they bo?  ssly give relief���������  C&ey permanently  <xat Constipa  \3m.   Mil.  Sens me  I&emfor  Slr'ow-  ^���������ijj, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin,  BxuUI Pill, Small Dose, Small Price?'  Genuine mtutbe&r Signature  Attractive    Booklet    Issued    by    the  Canadian Forestry Association  The aggressive educational campaign  of tho Canadian Forestry Association  in the cause of forest conservation has  been supplemented by a new ' issue  called 'A Matter of Opinion.' Tho booklet is ari attractive ono and strikes at  the subject of forest' guarding from a  unique angle. Seven characters arc'  introduced���������Settler, Camper, Banker,  Railway Man, Power Engineer, .Firo  Ranger, and Tax Payer���������each telling  his personal story of the need for living forests and the increasing menace  of burned wasted forests. The booklet makes easy reading and a mass  of information is packed into the 24  pages. .Copies may bo had free by  addressing the Association's Office,  Booth Building, Ottawa.  Keep Minard's Liniment In the  house.  It's cheaper to raise colls than to  buy horses. But it's costly i f y ou lose  tbe colts. Keepabottlebf Kendall's  Spavin Cure handy. For thirty-five  years has proved it the safe, reliable  remedy for spavin, splint, curb, ringbone, bony growths and lameness  from mauy causes.  is sold by druggists -everywhere at ������1 a  - bottle', 0 bottles lor $5.   Get .^ free copy of  our book "A Treatise oa the Horse" at your  druggist's or write us. ��������������� f   105  Br. B; J. KENDALL CO., Enaslscrn Fai?s,VI������  .fe'oreigncr���������"You English are very  aeatimental, don?fc you think?"  JKnglishman���������"Oh very, whenever  'Sssro's'an accident and forty or 'fifty  d& us get killed, we talk about it for  Sully a week after."  Gearing.actuated by a handle features a new mop which can-be wrung  by hand.  IHad ship's anchor fail on my knee  amd leg,-.and knee swelled up and for  3Q days I could not move it or get  fcslp. I-then'started to'use MINARD'S  JUNIMENT and two bottles cured me.  PROSPER FERGUSON.  Rubber flowers have been invented  5s be worn on womea's bathing suits.  Miller's Worm Powders never fail.  Jfhey Immediately attack the worms  and expel them from the system. They  are complete in themselves, not only  aa a worm destroyer, bat as a highly  ���������beneficial* medicine for children, correcting weak digestion and restoring  ihe debilitated . system to healthful-  aess, without which the growth of the  shila will be retarded: and its constitution weakened.  "Spring 'IS a delightful season, isn't  HP" said the optimist. "It used"-to  be," retorted the pessimist.  MInard'a LInJmer.t Lumberman's  Friends -   v ���������  Wireless telephones are being used  successfully in an English coal mine.  jj  -"He who has-health  lias hope,  And he who has hope  has everything.  ' (Arabian Prorcriv)  Sound health is largely  a matter of proper food���������  which must include certain mineral elements best  derived from the field  grains, but lacking in  many foods.  made of whole wheat and  malted barley, supplies all  the: rich nourishment of  the grains, including their  vital mineral salts���������phosphate of potash, etc., most  necessary, for building and  and energizing the mental and physiciai forces.  "There's a Reason"  ���������Sold by Grocers  Canadian Fostum CczcaiCo., Ltd.,  Windsor, Out.  THIN-BLOODED PEOPLE  Often Become Seriously UlJBe-  fore They Realize It    N  Some people have a tendency to become thin-blooded just as others have  an inherited tendency to rheumatism  or nervous disorders. The condition  in which the blood becomes so thin  that the whole body suffers conies on  ���������so gradually that anyone with a natural disposition in that direction should  watch the symptoms carefully. Blood-  lessness can be corrected more easily  in the earlier stages than later. It  begins with a tired feeling that rest  docs not overcome, the complexion  becomes pale, slight exertion produces  breathlessness and headaches and  backaches frequently follow. In the  treatment of troubles due to thin blood:  no other medicine has had such a  great success as Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They go right to the root of  the trouble, make rich, red blood, thus  restoring tho weakened system to  health and strength. Mr. R. F. Ash-  ford, Peterboro, Ont.. sa3rs: "Four  years ago my condition became so  serious that it seemed to me I possessed every pain and.ache and every  morbid' feeling possible. For months  I had been overworked, and bereavement added the last straw necessafy  to break down my-constitution.' I had  a severe ever-present headache and  pains'in the back of the eyes, and at  the same time I was seldom free from  severe neuralgic pains. I was raAly  hungry,' and when T"was it seemed  to create a morbidness which made  my other ills harder to bear. Of course  I consulted a doctor, and he told me  a rest and change of air, just the  thing I was unable in the circumstances to take. I: had a particularly  bad spell on the day my daughter returned from college, and she insisted  that I should take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. I was decidedly skeptical, but  she got some and to please her I took  them. The result���������After the first box  I was compelled to admit that I really  did feel better. After the second box  I ungrudgingly admitted that they  were doing nio good, and after the  sixth box I felt free from every ache  and pain and in gratitude I began  to praise the pills to others.,. I am  feeling as fit as I did twenty years ago  and I owe it to Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills." ' ~-    ���������  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2,50 from The  Dr, Williams' Mcdic'jie Co., Brock-  ville. Ont.  Mississippi Hospitality  A committee waited upon a fine old  gentleman of Mississippi with reference to a project to build a hotel in  his town.  "There is no need of a hotel in'our  city," was his conclusive statement.  "When respectable people come here  they may -stay at my house. If they  are not respectable we do not wan*  them hero at all."  Her Best-Friends  DAME      BELANGER .   TALKS  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.  OF  Tells How They Cured Her Rheumatism and Made Her so Well She  Could Work Without Fatigue.  St. Amateur, Gloucester Co., N. B.  , (Special.)���������Cured of rheumatism, from  which she has been a severe sufferer,  Dame Pierre Belanger, well known  and highly respected here, is telling  her friends that Dodd's Kidney Pills  have made her well.  "I consider Dodd's Kidney Pills one  of the best friends I have," Dame Belanger states. "I had rheumatism and  the pains in my liiub3 caused me a  great deal of suffering.   ,  "I took six boxes of Dodd's Kidney  Pills, and they made me well. My  pains are all gone, and I can now  work without being fatigued. I will  always keep Dodd's Kidney Pill3 in  the house."  Dodd's -Kidney Pills cure rheumatism because it is caused by sick kidneys. Rheumatism is caused by uric  acid in the blood. IJ, tho kidneys are  healthy and doing their full work  they strain all the uric acid out of the  blood, and^there'ean bo no rheumatism. Dodd's Kidney Pills always  make the kidneys well. They take  away that tired feeling by ensuring  pure blood and good circulation.  Population increases while land does  not.   The future is with the farm.  Collecting -Waste Paper  Co-operation   Necessary  for   Succssful  "Results  The article in Conservation for  March on "Saving Waste Paper" has  aroused considerable interest throughout Canada. Many letters have been  received asking for information a3 to  methods of collection and disposal.  Waste paper is a commodity of very  low value, and collecting and shipping  charges reduce very materially the  final returns from same. To reduce  the expense of gathering to the minimum, the paper should be collected  through co-operation of those interested or by. lo.cal philanthropic or  charitable organizations. A headquarters should be established, or  collection-boxes distributed, ^ where  the paper may be left. For shipping,  tho paper should bo put into bales,  for which a baling press is necessary.  There are many types of press on t\\e  market ,several at moderate prices.  To secure the minimum shipping  charges it is essential that shipments  be made in car lots, as the less than  car lot rate is much higher. Usually  the paper must be shipped to considerable distances to the mill or  dealer and adjoining municipalities  might ,if necessary, co-operate in  making up car lots.  Apart from the monetary return  for saving this wasted material, there  is the further incentive of assisting to  reduce the demand upon the forests  of Canada to supply new material for  the ever increasing requirements of  the paper-making  industry.  There's no use putting' on liniments and  plasters to cure that ache in your hips or back  ���������Ihe trouble is inside. Your kidneys are out  of order. GINr PILLS go right to the cause  of the backache aircl heal and regulate tho  kidney and bladder action. Then you, get  relief, permanent relief! ,  '   '     "��������� "  Many a man and woman who has been  doubled up with shooting pains in the back  having- to stop work and lie down to get a little,  relief, has found new health and"comfort in  FORYHEJil KIDNEYS  Two boxes completely cured Arnold McAslcell,  of LowerSelnia, N.S. "I have never had any  trouble with my back since," he sayi.  If you have a lame back���������or any sign of  Kidney trouble���������get GIN PILLS to-day and  start the cure working. 50c. a box, six boxc.i  for $J.5o���������and every box guaranteed to pivo  satisfaction or your money back. Trial treatment free if you write  National Drug & Chemical  Co. of Canada, Limited  Toronto      ���������       Ont. 13  Cures Sallow Skin, Headache, Langour  and Tiredness  You don't need to bo told how you  feel,���������blue, sort of sickish, poor appetite, vague pains,-tired in the morning. This condition is common at  this season.  Fortunately there is prompt relief in  Dr. Hamilton's Pills which immediately relieve the system of all poisons  and disease-producing matter.  Thousands have been so utterly depressed, so worn out as to bo despondent, but Dr. Hamilton's Pills always cured them. "I can speak  feelingly on the power of Dr. Hamilton's Pills," writes C. T. Fearman, of  Kingston, "Last, spring my blood  was thin and weak, 1 was terribly run  down, had awful headaches and a  gnawing, empty feeling about my  stomach, I couldn't sleep or work un-  till I used Dr. Hamilton's Pills,���������they  did mo a world of good." At all  dealers in 25c. boxes.  rMB NEVtf FBEHCHREMEDY. N������1. N<i.NA  Used in French  Hospitals with  treat success, cuhes chronic weakness, lost vigo������  ft VIM KIDNEY. BLADDER DISEASES. BCOOD POISON,  ritES EITHER No. DRUGGISTS or MAIL $1. POST 4 CT������  rOUGERA CO. 90. BEEKMAN ST NEW YORK or LYMAN BRO������  TORONTO     WRITE FOR FREE BOOK TO DR. LE CLE SO  Med Co HaverstockKd.Hampstead, London, Kno.  | ������R������NEWDRAGEE(TASTELESS)rORMOF   EASY TO TAE������  THERAPIOM aassD������ni.  ISC THAT TRADE MARKED WORD ^THERAriON IS OK  MIT GOVT STIUf AFfUID TO ALL GENUINEPACKITJ,  One cold day a fat������ and pompous  butler entered the drawing-room. "Did  you ring, madam?" he asked.  "Yes, TCobcrts; I wish you to take  Pongo out walking for.two hours."  The butler frowned slightly, "But  Pongo won't, follow me, madam," he  said *  "Then, Eoborts, you must follow  Pongo?"  Something in That  "Why do you feed every tramp who ������������������  comes along?     Thoy    never do  any  work for you."  "No,"said the wife, "but it is quitft  a satisfaction :to mc to see them eat  a meal without finding fault with  the cooking."  The growing of even a few vegetables  by twice as many people as have vegetable gardens at present would  enormously simplify some of our economic problems, and give to so many  more thousands of families fresher and  more healthful vegetable food. Considered in relation to a few families,  this may seem of small interest, but  the cumulative would be of great national importance.  Pass the Hat  A couple of Chinese were induced  by a mission worker to attend Sunday  school. The teacher passed a collection box.  For several Sundays tho Chinamen  contributed their nickels. At last one  of them looke^l up when the box again  came his way and asked: "What-a  matter     God bloke allee time?"  Requisite on the farm.���������Every farmer and stock-raiser should keep a  supply of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  on hand, not only as, a ready remedy  for ills in the family, but because it  is a horse and cattle medicine of great  potency. As a substitute for sweet  oil for horses and cattle affected by  colic it far surpasses anything that  can be administered.  Pulp that cost $40 per ton in Great  Britain has, owing to the embargo by  tho Swedish Government against its  exportation to London, England, now  fetches $125 per ton. An authority  on the subject believes that there is  an opportunity in Canada now for  capturing a large part of that Swedish trade.  a  w. n. u.  noa  "What is your idea of harmony in  politics?" .       .        '  "Same ns most other people in my  line of activity," answered the robust,  alderman. "Harmony consists in having your own way and persuading the  other people to be resigned to fate."���������  Judge.  According to a British scientist,  weight for weight, macaroni is as  valuable a flesh building food as beef  or mutton.  Corns cause much suffering, but  Holloway's Corn Cure offers a speedy,  sure, and satisfactory relief.  An air propelled hydroplane has  been built in France for use on shallow rivers in Africa.  Nerves, Stomach, & Hidneys.  Dr. Ca'ssell's Tablets arc a genuine remedy for all forms of nerve, stomach,  and kidney trouble in old or young. They are composed of carefully chosen  ingredients, each one of which has definite restorative action on the nerve  centres controlling the various processes of Life ; and thus they give new activity to the bodily  organs, and new vitality to the entire system.  Dr. Ramsay Colles, J.P. of the City of Dublin, a man of high eminence in the scientific  world, says:���������"I have great pleasure in expressing my satisfaction as to the curative effect of  Dr. Cassell's Tablets in cases of nerve troubles. From several cases which have lately come  under my notice I am able to form the opinion that Dr. Casseil's Tablets constitute a safe and  reliable family remedy, and appear to be specially effective for nerve and bodily weakness."  Dr. Cassell's Tablets are Nutritive, Restorative, Alterative and Anti-Spasmodic, and of great  Therapeutic value in all derangements of the Nerve and Functional Systems in old  or young. They arc the recognised modern home remedy for Nervous Breakdown, Nerve and  Spinal Paralysis, Infantile Paralysis, Rickets, St. Vitus' Dance, Anaem!?., Sleeplessness, Kidney  Disease, Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Fag, Headache, Palpitation, Wasting Diseases,  Vital Exhaustion, Loss of Flesh, and Premature Decay. Specially valuable for Nursing  Mothers and during the Critical Periods of Life.  Druggists and 'Dealers throughout Canada sell Dr. Cassell's Tablets. If not procurable in youi  city send to the sole agents, Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd., 10, McCaul Street, Toronto; ono tnbo  50 cents, six tubes for the price of five. War Tax Extra, 2 cents per tube.  Sole ProprUton:���������Dr. Casttll's Co., Lid., MoMhcater, Kn),  JK  SnA your nam tnd aidrtat out 6 emit tot  PM*V.*t.. tt Haretd V. RUchU A-O^Ul,  10, iftCeul Strut, Toronto, mA a towovt  ttmpU wia W putiltd yow ttu el thorp.  metaammaasm rmt, we will frankly tell you so  will run cor-  recfcly. .   A. 0, MORRISON  ^., Faults  Does your watch run  correctly?   If you experience any difficu  ty   with  it,- leave   it  with   us.      We   will  ,   give it an expert ex  animation. If it needs  repairs   we can supply them at a moderate co-it.   If it  does  A watch repaired   by us  THE   SUN,    JRAND   FORKS,  I he. fl.iy and clean and thoroughly' lighted.  1 -drained. -J The; walls;'and':", ceiling of .the  JEWELER-OPTICIAN  GRANDFORKS. B. C.  or  li/.ed before  milk or cream  . be  delivered  in  Uht (&mvfo Marks Bun  G. A. EVANS. EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  cows   and   cow byres  or- shorts and al]  SUBSCRIPTION RATES---PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain) $1.00  One Year (in the United States)  .......   1.50  Address all communications to  Thk Grand Forks Sun,  Piion'io 1^7-1 C-Jkani) Fokks, B. C.  FRIDAY, JULY 7,  1916  Ihe Dominion government has adopted the  , recommendations of-the -special  committee of  parliament -which,'last session, considered the  revision of the war pensions  regulations.   The  present  pension   board 'of *the militia department  has  been  authorized to adopt the new  scale and   to  make .it retroattive, applying to  all pensions already granted since the outbreak  of the war.   A permanent pension board, ap-  poined for a long period of years and removed  from all' political influence, will be named later,  but meanwhile the present military board will  apply the new regulations.   The new scale  is  cows are kept sha  and Ve'utihited^arif _    . ,���������gul>I,B  said premises shall be free from dustYcoo;-webs and   accu--  mulations ' of   manure, and- shall ::Se.whitewashed 'in  the-  months of May and October .of ���������everyVyear.*.'.'. All 'yards and;  premises adjoining such   cow byres,", starjles-'jian'd   premises'  shall be maintained in a cleanly and.-.sanitary .condition.  No manure shall be kept or stored'less ,th'an; 40. feet, from  the   cow-byre-or  stable" unless ;said'manure-is each day  sprinkled with lime, and removed at least  once   a' week.  The milk house shall be kept well cleaned and well lighted  and ventilated, and shall not be usad for any other purpose  except;   handling  and   storing   milk.     All   cans^   bottles,  measures, receptacles or utensils used by dairymen or vendors for handling milk or cream intended for sale   or   distribution shall bo,thoroughly cleaned, and ster  the milk on cream is put into them;    All  in quantities of less than one gallon shal  sttmdard.milk bottles.  1'2.   All   milch   .    -.-������������������ vyim  or   snons am  dairies or other places at-which milk is" sojd or kept for  general use shall be subject to the inspection of the Madi-  cal Health Officer and'Inspector, or either of them, and  all such piaces as aforesaid shall be kopt and conducted so  that the milk shall not contain any matter or thing liable  to produce disease, either by reason of adulteration, con-  taminatr'ou with sever-age, "absorption of disease germs, infection of cows, personaLuncleanliness or any recognized  cause, and when such condition is being broken, the  license may be revoked by the Board of Health.  13. No person following the t.iade of a vendor of milk  shall keep anv swine or poultry in any cow shed or other  building used by him for keeping cows.  14    Everv dairvman or milk vendor shall give notice to  the Board of Health of anv cases of  eontangrous   diseases  occurring .amongst ..the cattle from which he  obtains milk. .  or of   anv  contagious  disease   in his family or the family J  from whom he obtm'ns milk  15 No milk th-'t has been adulterated or that has been  'reduced or changed by the addition of water or other sub  stance, or-by the removal of cream, shall be brought into,  help, kept, or offered for sale at any place in the City of  Grand Forks, but skim milk mav be soid as .sueh if contained in cans bearing upon their .exterior the words  .''Skimmed Milk" placed conspicuously in letters not less  than two inches in length, and "served in measures also  similarly marked. No person shall supply said skimmed  milk unless such quality of milk is asked for by the purchaser.  %One, Spring Wagon  :       .,   One Set Double Harness    ���������/ y'X" '.'."  One Horse, 8 Years Old '  One Mare,  12   Years Old  C. HENNIGEK^  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.  16    All dairymeu nnd vendors of milk and   nil   drivers  much highe,;.in & caseof pM^dMS t> 1= tiS tSeS &=  Inspector   with  such   samples of   milk as he or they may  ranks up to lieutenants than the scale adopted  a year or so ago. Already there are about 5500  names on the pension list, and, when all the  casualties so far incurred have been dealt with  by the pension board, it is estimated the total  number of pensions will be up to the 10,000  mark. By the time the war ends, it is estimated that the yearly bill for pensions will be  fully $20,000,000.  Regulations for Milk Vendors  At the last regular meeting of the Grand  Forks city council the following by-law, regulating the sale of milk in the city, was adopted:  The Muuicipal Council of the Corporation of the City of  Grand Forks, B. C., in Council assembled, enacts 'as follows:���������  1. No person shall keep within the limits of the City of  Grand Forks a cow or cows without having obtaiued a pei'-  mv\ to do so from the Inspector  , . I xno.uia    tne   test   for cleat  2   No  person   shall sell  milk in the M tinier pal ty of the J'MedicaJ Health Officer, the  tv   of   Grand    Forks.    K   f!    ���������,jH,~.'-   c-      ���������������   ���������   ��������� I     ��������� *   ��������� -  Forks,    B   C , without  first  obtaining a  City   of   Grand  license therefor.  ���������3? The City Clerk  shall   kaep   a   renter ���������f all persons  ..censed from time to time, for carrying o���������   the   trade   or  business of a vendor of milk in the City of Grand Forks  4. Every person desiring a ,icense to seli milk -in the  G.tv of Grand Forks shall make written application to the  -inspector for a permit for a license to do so Such appli  cant shall shall state ,he uame and address of the applicant, the source and sources from which he obtains his  supply of milk the place where the cows, the milk of  which he intends fo sell, are kept, and the number of cows  kept  5 The siid applicant shall at th. tim, of his application  produce a certificate from a duly qualified Veterinary In  3P3Ctor stating-that th* cows whose milk is intended to be  ������������������old have been tuberculin tested, or he must produce satis-  factory evidence that he has appied to have sard tuberculin  test made.  6. To every applicant, upon obtaining such permit, and  upon payment of the fee hereinafter mentioned the Collator of the City of Grand Forks is hereby authorized to  issue a license in the form hereinafjer mentioned  7. Such license shall be iu the Form "A" in the sched  ule   and  shall   termiuate on   the 15th dav of Jnlv, or  tho  loth day of January, unless sooner cancelled bv the Board  of Health of tho said City      And the  said Collector shall  ire authorized to demand and receive the following fees for   ���������.���������.. v^..   .mii\ a.-> ne or tney mav  have from time to time and at such places as the   samples  mav be. demanded from them.  17. Every sample of milk shall have a label attached  to the vessel oontainiuor it. which' shall have written  thereon at, the time of collecting, the number of the sample, date of collection, and the initials of the Inspector,  who shall at once enter in a book carried for that purpose  for future reference, a corresponding number, with the  name of the owner and driver from whom said samples  were obtained, and shall deliver a duplicate of such samples in a sealed bottle or vessel to the person from whom  the sample was ta&en.  18. Every sarctnJe-shall be examined separately with the  "Bahcock Tester," accordrug to its number, by the Medical Health Officer, who shall register the percentage of  qutfcer fat opposite a corresponding nnmber in a book kept  for the purpose, the name of the owner to be subsequently  inserted .  19. Every sample shall also be examined by the "Sediment Tester" to ascertain the cleanliness of said sample.  20. Should any sample of milk show that it contains  less than three and one-half per cent.of butter fat, or  should    the   test   for cleauliness be unsatisfactory to the  ...   license of "the  owner   of   trie  I surd milk may he revoked bv the Roird of Health.  21 The Medical Health Officer sha", not le������ than twice  a year publisrVwifchoub comment or addition, in some one  or more of the "newspapers published in the said City, a re  port of all such examinations and analyses as shall have  been made by him since the date of his then last published  report, and shall state therhin the result of all such examinations and analyses, and the name or names of person  or persons from whom the said samples were obtained.  22. Eve.iy person who shall be the proprietor, keeper,  manager or occupant of any hotel, restaurant, lunch room,  boarding house, or other place where milk or cream is furnished to the guests, boarders or customers, to be con  sumed on the premises, shall be in all respects amenable  to the provisions of this by-law, saving and excepting the  obtaining of a license.  23. Milk kept for sale in any store, shop, restaurant,  market, bakery or other eftablishrnent shall at all times  register on test a temperature not higher than -50 degrees  Fahrenheit, and shall he stored in a covered cooler, box  or refrigerator. No vessel containing milk or cream for  sale shall be allowed to stand outside   said, cooler, box  j refrigerator except while a sale of said   milk  In your favor is good printing,  it starts things off in your favor.  PeopSe   read  your   arguments,  reasons, conclusions, when attractively presented.   It carries  weight.   Enterprising men  use  GOOD PRINTING becauseitGETS  BUSINESS.    If you don't already  know our kind of printing, let us  show you.   It's a certainty that  we can save you money, too.  or  or  cream   is  being made.   ^Every such cooler.box or'^frig^ratoTshall  be   properly   drained   and   cared   for. and   shall   be kept    ���������,.,,���������, ���������...������!.      HUH ttllHIl  tightly closed, except during such intervals as   are   neces  sary   for   the   introduction or removal of milk or ice. and  shall be kept only in such locations and under such condi-  each license issued as aforesaid:     For everv li<.��������� V���������Y���������n ! ���������������;������"���������'   '" TV. 'i"y '" auu" mc,lt,ons and under such  Dollar every six months. For every license to sell milk  when its product is from two cows, the sum of Two Dollars  for every six months.    For every license to sell milk when  MM  i    .   .     i .. J   '" " ������������" '"iv wnen   uy-iaw sna    incur a ���������  its product ���������   Iron, three cows, the sum of Three Dollars  nor   more   than   FKty  every six months. For every license to sell milk when its  product is from four cows, the sum of Four Dollars every  six months. For every license to sell milk when its product is from five cows or over, the sum of Five Doliars  every .six months.  8. A list of the registered and   licensed milk vendars of  shall apply to the Cifcv of Grand Forks.  25.  Any person violating any of the   provisions of   this  by-law shall incur a penalty of   not   less than One Dollar  Drllars, which penalty may be im  'IflhlAM     ������������ ������������. ]  ".1 ..  posed by summary conviction in   accordance with the pro-  viftious of Section 13 of the "Milk Act."  The Sun, at $1.00 per year, gives its readers  the City shall be. at least once a. y^,"pasted?n ZZ^on  lnVhll   ^ 1������������������������   ^^   mafcter   tIla"   ���������Y  spicuous place in the City Office.        P  Ced ,n some oon   other Boundary paper.    This  fact accounts  9. The   Licensee  shall   have   placed   in   a conspicuous G !'aPld ^Crease ill OUf circuration  place on every vehicle from which milk is sold, the number' -    of the owner's license. I      P    ��������� l      l    ���������  10. The Licensee, in theevent of his obtaining any milk     i        I  n ,g Pead '^ a11 the intelligent peo  from  any   farmer,   dairyman  or   person other than those  P       ,     1(jr,'and    Forks, The   Sun SOOS to  every  mentioned ,��������� his application, shall before doing so inform ran,cn  home in  the  Kettle and" North Fork  the Inspector.   _ , valleys.    No other  Boundary paper can  irfvo  11. All   cow.byres,  stables, premises and places where advertisers"this -uarintee  HANSEN 8 GO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  AUTO LIVE  AT YOUB  SERVICE  Buy  Your  Gait C  oal  ������  ow  Office!  F. Downey's Cigar Sfure  Tklkfhonks;  HaNsk.n'b aKSiriBNnrc,l{38������"������������ Olrccl  John Wanamaker says in Jurlicious  Advertising: "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls. It begins very gently  at first, but the pull is steady.     lb in  Modern Rigs and Good  Horses at All Hours at  the  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Barns, Prop.  Phone 68 Second Street  Pays for The   ,  r_.. .��������� ���������^c���������v,    xulIl.     . b^^IF   gnn   fQr   an  creases day by day and year   by year,   entire year.  It is the bliffhtp������sf  unturfc exerts an irresisribln    ��������� .���������... ������   nnnon'nfUD^       r fe  paper in the Boundary cou a try  po "er. <"f  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  High School Students' Canadian Patriotic Fund  The followingsubseription's to'the Canadian Patriotic fund have been  received from students of the High {School during the half year,- -January T to June 30, 1916:   V  ;.  Total  Division.   ' Jan  Feb.   March April May   June Half Yr  First...' $3.00 81.50 $2.75 $ .75 $1.50 $1,85 811.35  Av. "contribution in cents 18.75 9 375 17j. 18    4.6S 9 375 13 21  Second  $3.15 $1.15 $2.25 $ .60 $ .90 $ .50   $8.55  Av. contribution in centb..  15.6     4.6 10 71    3.01        5    2.77  Totals, Divisions I and II $6.15 $2 65 $5.00 $1.35 $2.40 $2 35 $19 90  W. S. Ashley, Principal.  Says the Omineca Herald,apropos  of the visit of tbe minister" of public  works in the government party to  Hazelton: *  "Premier Bowser, in what might  be called a.valedictory speech in the  legislature, said he was proud of  . Hon. Thomas Taylor, because $35,-  000,000 bad passed' ithrough his  hands and not a dollar of it had  been nii.-applied. Is the premier  trying to kid himself or amuse the  public? We bope~tbe premier repeats that speech herp, for we can  show him plenty of evidence to give  the lie to his assertion  "Would Bowser say funds were  not misapplied when a car'of bridge  timber was unloaded at South Haz  elton, hauled down the hill, ferried  over the river, and then up over the  big hill and down again, a distance  'of five miles, when it should have  been billed to New Hazelton and  taken less than two miles down  grade!  "Will Bowser say that there - was  no misapplication of money, when  thousands were spent on road machinery that has never been used  and is hidden away in the bush in  different, parts of! this district?  .'.Will Bowser say. that the money  spirit for the big road roller down in  the swamp, and which has never  done a day's work.yet. was not misapplied?  Candaian Industry  Commerce and Finance  ; Canadian business men, and those  in other countries doing buniness, or  prepared to do business in Canada,  have felt the need of a concise and  accurate source of information concerning Canadian industry, commerce and finance. Such a volume  has just been prepared and published by the Industrial and Educational Press, Limrted, 45 St. Ales  ander street. Montreal.  The opening chapters of the book  are devoted to a discussion of modern business methods as applied to  Canada, in which the author deals  with the three divisions���������industry,  commerce and finance���������in a lucid  and authoritative manner. The aim  is to present the information in such  a way as to make it easily comprehensible. The volume is of particular value to the young business man  and to foreigners doing business  with Canadian merchants. The in-  formatien is especially nseful to  Canadian merchants at the present  time when so many firms are beginning to dp an export trade, to which  "Is it not a misapplication of a considerable portion of the hook is  money to spend  $8,000  or $10,000 devoted.  to keep a bunch of horses and men Thp first chapter on industry deals  doing absolutely nothing for about with each of the various branches of  six months each year, when these Canada's industrial development, in  stme horses and men ought to be point of extant, production and pos-  hauling gravel for the roads as they sjbiiities. In his treatise on corn-  do in other provinces? merce the author treats the subject  "Will Bowser dare to get up and -in all its phases, foreign commerce,  tell the people of this district there  has been uo misapplication of money  when they know hundreds of thousands of dollars have beeri appropriated for,road work in this district,  and yet there is not one good, prop  erly made road in the whole coun  try?  "Is it misapplying road money to  use it to buy votes? Js it misapplying money to use government road  horses 'to drive Bowser candidates  around the district? Perhaps not,  according to Bowser morals "  Dealers in  Fresfi and Salt Meats  Fish and Poultry  Our c7Wotto: "Quality- and Service"  Markets in Nearly All the Boundary  and Kootenay Towns  First Street Grand Forks  H. W. Breen. (^Manager  domestic   commerce,   ocean  transportation, railroads, etc.,   are   taken  up in turn   and  the  methods   and  terms explained. ' The various markets of the world are  described and  a section is devoted to  weights  and-  measures in use'the world over. The  chapter on finance deals with a wide  array of subjects.    The author first  describes tbe development of banking  and instruments of credit, and then  deals  with ail  methods in  present  use,   describing   each  separately���������  foreign exchange, bills of lading.and  shipping receipts,   etc.,   mortgages,  liens, deeds, stocks,   bonds, and  all  classes of insurance are given atten-.  tion in this chapter.  Another useful and principal feature of the volume is tbe trade index  or directory of all .marketable commodities and Canadian producers.  This list embodies a description of  must commodities and accurate lists  of the Canadian producers/of each,-  with addresses.  . The book is pubfished by the In  dustrial and Educational Press,Ltd.,  Montreal, and is a companion volume to the Journal of Commerce, of  which the Hon. W. S. Fielding is  president and editor in chief.  Most of us think we know a lot of  people that his satanic majesty does  not have to waste any time running  after.  Butter Wrappers  Neatly printed with  special Batter Wrapper  Ink.    Also imprinted wrappers.    Our prices  are right.  W SUN PRINT SHOP  THE  LONDONDIRECTORY  (Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout  the   world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of Roods. Besides belncr n complete commercial guide to London and Its  tuburbs, the directory con talus lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial  and Foreign Markets they supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  urrangod under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Safllntra;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of loading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the united Kingdom.  A copy of the ourrent edition will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  thoir trade cards for $5, orlnrger advertisements from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  2o, Abchurch Lane, London, K.C.  Assuring"  usmess  A policy of advertising is a  policy of life assurance, and the  protection thus secured is  well worth its annual cost.  Old Customers die or move  away���������they must be 'replaced.  Old customers are subject to  the influence of tempation���������  they may be induced to divide  their custom���������to do some of  their shopping at a competitor's. ^  riew customers to this community will shop with you���������.  become regular customers���������if  they are invited to do so.  Tour competitor's advertising  is an influence which must be  offset if you are to maintain  your trade. v  Not to advertise regularly to  the readers of  THE GRAND FORKS SUN  Is to leave your business un-  ,������������������ protected.  TO Ti  K  It is no sign of weakness to follow the lead of advertising.  You owe it to yourself to get  the most for your money, the  best goods and the best service.  And if you find that your inclination is to shop where you  are invited to'shop rather than  continue to be a customer of  the shop which never solicits  your good will, you need have  no compunction of conscience.  Shop Where You Are  Invited to Shop THE    SUN;   GRAND   FORKS,    B. G,  Quick Help for Strains and Sprains  Wonderful Relief in One Hour  flare Herb and Root Extracts  in this Liniment\6ive It  Marvellous Power '  RUB ON NERVILINE ~  ..'You'll be astonished at. tbo rapid  pain relieving action of "Nerviline."  Its effectiveness is due to its remarkable penetrating po\vcr--it strikes  deeply, sinks to tbe very core of tbe  trouble.  Nerviline is stronger, many times  stronger, than ordinary liniments, and  it's not greasy, ill-smelling or disagreeable, .livery drop rubs in, bringing  comfort and. healing wherever applied.  You will scarcely believe how it will  relieve a sprain, bow it takes out  lameness, how it soothes and cases a  bruise.   .  Thousands say no /liniment is half  so useful in the home. This must bo  so, because Nervilino is a safe remedy  ���������you can rub it on even a child with  fine results.  Just you*keep Nerviline on band���������  It's a panacea for the aches, pains and  slight ills of the whole family. One  bottle will keep the doctor's-bill small,  and can be depended on to'cure rheumatism, -neuralgia, lumbago, sciatica,  toothache, pleurisy, strains or swelling. Wherever there is a pain rub on  Nerviline; it will always cure.  The largo 50c family size bottle is  tho most economical; trial size 25c.  Sold everywhere by dealers or direct  from the Catarrhozone Co., Kingston,  Canada.  KEEP rVOUR .SHOES NEAT  F. F. DALLEY CO. OF CANADA. LTD., HAMILTON, CANADA  QUEEN'  KINGSTON  ONTARIO  ARTS EDUCATION  APPLIED SCIENCE  Including Mining, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.  MEDICINE  During the War there will be continuous  sessions in Medicine*  HOME STUDY  The Arts Course tnny be taken hy correspondence, but students desiriug to graduate must attend one session.  SUMMER SCHOOL,    oeo.y.chown  JULY AND AUGUST REGISTRAR  dreds  Sr.F.  Wehavasworn stale  mentstrompallcnis  cured of Fits,Epilcj-  sy, Falling Sickness  or Convulsions by a  free sampla of Dr.'  Roof's remedy. Wa  WEXPRESSAGEon  FREE TRIAL BOTTLE  If you CUT OUT and  RETURN THIS AD la   _       your letter    Hun-  et testimonials on file. Slvo a*Q and full particulars.  HARVEY ROOF CO. Dipt. 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Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken by catarrh sufierers for the past  thirty-five years, and has become  known as the most reliable remedy for  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts  through the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the  Blood and healing the diseased portions.  ��������� After you have taken Hall's Catarrh  Cure for a short time you will see a  great improvement in your general  health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh  Cure at onco and get rid of catarrh.  Send for testimonials, free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by all Druggists, 75c.  What Paint Does  Taint preserves wood. It fills cracks  in tiro weather boarding, and actually  makes the lipase wanner in winter.  The sun has a bad effect on a building that is unpninted. The sidirrg soon  cracks, thus letting the rain soak in,  which soon causes decay to start. If  painted, the oil in the paint keeps the  siding roin drying out. Paint should  bo thoroughly mixed before it is put  on a building. If put on too thick it  does not spread evenly, making a  clumsy job.  For Everv 8POOT  ��������� and RECftSATEON  Sold hy all good Sfioe Heaters  "Wous* lay <ewzpy member  of the "ramify ,0,  c:_  _���������-.".'.  ~��������� '   W.    N.    U.    1103  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The liver  is a very sensitive organ and easily  deranged. When this occurs there is  undue secretion of bile and the acrid  liquid flows into the stomach and  sours it. It is a most distressing ailment, and many are prone to it. In  this condition a man finds the best  remedy in I'nrmeloe's Vegetable rills,  which aro warranted lo speedily correct tho disorder. There is no better  medicine in the entire list of pill  preparations.  "Don't you hate to have a man tell  you the same story twice?" "Yes; especially if it's the one that I told  dim."  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Graves/ Worm Exterminator,  and there is nothing belter for driving  worms from the system.  Bird  Protection  Canadian  Organization    Doing    Good  .   Work in the Schools  The Canadian Socioty for tho Protection of Birds, founded about a year  and a half ago, is actively engaged  in "the promotion of bird protection  throughout Canada. While national  interest is naturally concentrated on  patriotic endeavor along other linos,  much has'beeri clone through lectures,  addresses and social meetings lo enlist  public' sympathy on behalf of the  society's work."' Thousands of copies  of a very valuable report. "The Value  of Jiirds to Man," by James Buck-  land, aro being distributed; also  posters warning the' public of the penalty attached "to the destruction of  insectivorous and oilier- birds. .  A further important feature of the  movement is the manufacture of nesting boxes. Through the efforts of Mr.  J. A- Harvey, a well known Toronto  'architect, Berlepsoh boxes of solid  timber, Jiollowed out, which .when imported cost three dollars each, have  been made for tho society at a cost,  of fifty-five "cents each.  Local branches, of the association  will be formed in any part of the  Dominion, special attention being given to arousing the interest of school  children.    ,  INSURANCE  An     Exclusively   Canadian   Company  Assets Over  Four  Million  Dollars  An Excelsior Policy is a Money Saver. Get One To-day.  9S   11  Three generations of Canadian*  housewives have used "Silver  Gloss" for all their home laundry  work. They know that "Silver  Gloss" always gives tho beat  results.   At your grocer's.  the Canada; starch  co. limited  (Montreal, 'Cardinal, Branllord, 'ForiWilliam.  Makers of "Crmni Jlrand" awl "Lily WMW  Corn Syrups, (j/id Jitmon'a Corn AVurc/u  ldy R(h;c  Strongly Recommends  Baby's Own Tablets  Mrs. Alonzo Tower, Johnson's Mills,  N. B., writes: "I ca*u strongly recommend Baby's Own Tablets to .all mothers whoso little ones aro suffering  from constipation as I have proved  them an excellent medicine for this  trouble." Baby's Own Tablets not  only cure constipation, but they make  teething easy; break up. colds, expel  worms and regulate the stomach and  bow.els. They are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from tho Dr. -Williams' Medicine Co.,  'Brockville, Ont.  Venezuela is coming to the fore as  an importer of automobiles Since the  middle of 1914. when the war started,  the United States practically lias had  a monopoly of the tVde. The value cf  the American.cars imported into Vene-  7.uela. during the iirst six months of  1015 was almost equal to the value of  all such cars imported (luring the  whole of 1912.  Decoration  Instead of Vaccination   '  It is alleged that not long ago the  French military authorities expressed  a desire to award a decoration to  thirty Brilish'non-coms., and privates  for bravery on the field. When tho  detachment of heroes paraded before  .General Joffre, he was somewhat surprised to note that it numbered thirty-  five. However, he was too polite to  raise any objection, and the ceremony  proceeded..  The fact was afterwards brought  out���������though not so far communicated  to tho French military authorities���������  that our own War Office had inadvertently sent forward, instead of tho  men to be decorated, a batch that had  been scheduled for vaccination. ' .  A Soft Snap  "What do you do?"'asked the man  of another in the smoking car.  "I work for this railroad," replied  the other.  ��������� "What is your job���������do you sell  papers?" asked the man'; with a grin  at the other passengers.  "No, not exactly," replied the second man. 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C.  7  REASON FOR THE MILITARY RECOVERY OF TURKEY  German- Instruction  and   Organization   is  Responsible  for  the  Showing Turkey Has Made in the War and Makes Plain  The Necessity for a Complete Victory for Allies  0-  Tlie military recovery of the Turks  during this war is one of those signifi-  can symbols*of 'what may happen In  tho .future to' which the Allies had  better give early heed. There was a  time when tho Turk was regarded ns a  great soldier. lie had -many of the  qualities which wont to tho making  nf a formidable fighter under the con-  dilions of war then obtaining. He was  u fatalist���������lie consequently hardly  K-tiew fear���������he saw in death on tho  battlefield a passport to the seventh  heaven���������he could Jive on very little  and endure hardships fatal to western troops.  But the art of war developed. It  became mere a matter of machinery  and science and organization. Individual courage did not count so greaf-  iy. ' Endurance of hardship was no  longer necessary in a day of perfectly  organized commissariats. So the Turk  ���������who did not keep pace with this development���������lost, his soldierly reputation. The Balkan Leaguers "boat him  all to pieces by their superior organization equipment. He could not fight  when without food or ammunition  against armies; which had plenty of  both. And iris great reputation as  an ideal warrior wont to pieces in the  first Balkan war. The Serbs, the  Greeks and Ihe Bulgars wero all bettor than he was.  _ But now he comes back. He garrisoned fiallipoli and held it in the  face of tho utmost Britain and franco  could do to dislodge him. Ho movrd  down the Tigris to meet tho British  expedition to Bagdad, and trapped  Townshend and his little force at Kuf-  el-Amara, repulsing every effort to relieve them. He gave way before the  Great Prussian advance itdo Armenia;  but then the Russian always, lias had  the secret���������which nobody else seems  to have had���������of how lo beat the Turk.  What lias brought him back? German organisation.   The Germans have  Waiting for Great Advance  Allies  Are   Piling up  Guns   and   Ammunition *  Is there going lo be a great advance?  It was r.ohhclcntly behoved at this  lime last year'that the British and  Kronen armies on the western front  were about to a&sume the offensive.  When the brief "forward, movement in  Artois came to an end after a few  miles of territory had been Won on'  the Lorrette Heights and around  JN'euvc! Ohappellc there was great dis-'  appointment,, especially as the Germans were evidently employing the  bulk of their troops against Russia  and ��������� holding the western lines with  relatively few men.  Mr. "Lloyd Gebrgei who trusts ihe  people in a much greater degree than  most of his colleagues, quite frankly  declared that the Allies wore in no  position" to wage a forward campaign  on the western front. Guns of large  calibre and high explosives <o blast  a way through the German lines "and  make an end to .-'trench warfare ''were.'  required and could not be improvised,  for a year France and Great Britain  have been, piling up, munitions. The:  advances in Champagne and north of  Arras last September "were really 'experiments 'undertaken to discover  whether the theory on '.which', they  had pinned their faith was correct.  The French 'proved" .that' no "trenches  could bo hekL.against a surprise concentration of guns using high explosives.'   .  '  The Germans!.believing that (ho application of this principle to French  lines of the Verdun salient; would enable them to capture that city and  win much glory, spent the period between the close of the Champagne  operations in October and the middle  of February in gathering together the  greatest number .of,"cannon ever concentrated against a military position.  Forced to Eat Grass But Still Decline  lo Renounce the Christian Faith  Suffering among the Armenians in  Turkey, Persia and Syria is still in-  iense and they, arc dying by hundreds  for want of food and are in urgent  need of aid, says a'message from Constantinople, made public by the Ameri  -can committee for Armenian and Syrian relief.  The request for aid, sent by representatives of ihe committee in Turkey through the department of state,  slays a minimum of $52,800 a month  is needed for relief In Turkey alone.  Conditions in many quarters, says  the message, aro so distressing that  tho Armenians are forced to eat grass,  and yet despite theso conditions they  continue lo stick last to their christian faith, although a change to Mohammedanism would quickly ���������relieve  their ��������� plight. ��������� The number, of iion-:  combatants affected is one million.  In Aleppo, says'" tho'-message,' J.-luO  orphans are destitute;.'In Marash 10,'-  000 Armenians are threatened with  deportation and the government has  refused to allow the Christians to  transact business of any kind to support themselves. In Tarns, where it  is estimated 02,000 exiles have passed  through, .typhoid is" prevalent. 1 n  Siva's' there-,are 25,060 , destitute; children from the- coast towns; 'All of  these towns, beside many others, it is  stated, are in great and urgent need.  brought him back    bv bringing him ! Two thousand guns, including, it    is  forward���������by bringing'him up-to-date,   believed, not less, than five "hundred  "-   -- .  -  ...    of twelve inches or over, were trained  on the Verdun defences. Had the  French been entirelysurprised as  the Germans were in Champagne, the  city would have been token. General  Joffre, however, had about a'week in  which to strengthen his artillery before the full fury of the German attack, developed. There were many large  guns ..around Verdun. Many more of  calibre corresponding to the German  fifteens were brought up, and now  the I\rcneh artillery is as strong and  as effective as that of the enemy. The  infantry of France lias fought with  splendid heroism, but the big guns and  the famous three-inch field gun have  saved Verdun.  The French slock of ammunition, a  Paris despatch says, is prac-ticallv inexhaustible. The output of three-inch  shells is over thirty-three times a?  great as when war broke out, and of  shells of larger calibre it is forty-four  times as great. The manufacture of  guns has also been greatly increased  If tho British production of cannon  and projectiles has at ail kept pace  with that of France there must bo  enough guns and high explosives behind the lines at selected points to  enable the.^-Mlies to break through on  a wide, front. If the Germans continue  their offensive at Verdun there may be  reason for delaying an Allied advance,  which must inevitably involve great  losses. Germany may bo bled white  at Verdun, if "not/the Allies are  reasonably certain to .rliakc an attempt within the next sixty days to  break the Gorman lines onrbe "western front. It is reported semi-offiei-  ally that ,there are two and a half million British troops now in France.  Such a vast host will not Co kept inactive then; throughout another season.���������-Toronto Globe.  He could never have held orr at Galli  poli with'out German guns, manned  by German gunners. Thoy "looked  after liis-oommissariat, too. and lie did  not go hungry as ho did in the campaign before Adriauoplc. They taught,  him about torpedo tubes and how lo  launch mines and the best form of  trenches "and all tho rest, of if. ft was  German leadership which' made him so  effective on the Tigris. Doubtless. German ' organization" kept" hirn there  through all tho long months' of the  beleaguerment. We now read in his  communiques about the Black Sea  submarines; but almost certainly thoy  am German submarines.  What the Germans have done with  the Turk, hastily and hampered by  adverse conditions amidst the strain  and distractions of this war, they will  vastly improve: upon and augment, if j  they are ever permitted lo take over  the Gcrmaniy.ation.-of the whole Turkish-empire after thenar.is over. This  is. only a rough sample of what they,  can do when (hey give their .whole'  minds to it. And they will infallibly  bo given full permission to organize  tho entire Turkish power if they arc  allowed by the Allies to complete this  war with '.the- reputation of having  saved Turkey from imminent dismemberment and with an open channel of  .communication through a part of  Serbia and a friendly Bulgaria between Berlin and Constantinople.  And these advantages tliey will have  if-(hey are-driven out of the Balkans  and smashed in tho East before peace  comes. In short, any peace proposals  based upon a delusive status quo in  the west; offset by German dominance in the Fast, even if it go no  farther than trading Armenia for (he  Russian provinces now- held by Gorman troops and keep hie only a strip  of Serbian territory .will make of the  great Turkish empire another Prussian province and add twonty-ono million Turks to Ihe military resources of  the Gorman Central Europe combination.���������Montreal Star.  The Road to Success  What wo hoc I is depth. Dopth ('."in  ne imnnrled through tho leaching of  anything. If. can Ire imparted thrormh  Latin grammar, through handwriting,  through cnrpent.n' work, through arithmetic or history. Tbo ono eli'inont  required is tune, Deplh cannot be  imparted quickly, or in many siib-  j:.'f������ls at onco. Leisure- is uooo^.sary���������  a slowing down, n faking of thincs not  easily,   but  slowly,  determinedly,   pa  Growth of Telephones  According to the annual blue book  of the Hail way Department giving telephone statistics, there; is now one  telephone for every l.j.] p'-rsons in  Canada. The ineiva.-e in the use of  the telephone, has hien steady during  the past few years, and war conditions  do not seem to hav.: interrupted the  progress. The number of telephones  reported as beiner in u.-e in ]f>J5 was  rVSI.OOO, an increase of 11.0-10 over  h'M. The principal growth was in  rural districts. The net earnings of  tlii; I,'IDG companies in Canada totalled  $4,70-1,057, which was ���������f.'i.JfJ.OfH better  than tho result, of JAM. Tho total  capitalization  of  Canadian  telephone  tiontly���������as  if thoro  -wore    plenty of, companies now amounts to $7-1,235,000  time and nothing else; coii'ded.    This'  is, (lie road to moid and brilliant work.  and there is no other. The sinallest  children should be set on this road,  and guided and governed and helped  and slaved over bv the best, of our  luastvrs. One subject understood  means tho world mastered.��������� .luiin -J.  Chapman in Atlantic.  Merely Experimental!  "Whero I stayed    last    summer    a  green hired man tried lo kiss mo. He  ..-aid ho" had never kissed a girl in his.  life, and "  "What did you tell him?"  "I told him that I  was no ngrieul-  turtil experimental station."  According to Lloyds' T.YgT.-f.er which  only covers the records up fo Wiry,  thoro has been a steady growth in the  number of vessels equipped with wire-  loss apparatus and submarine signalling installations. There, aro now  on Lloyds' rogi.-tory of tho world's  merchant marine. L'.O.'iO vo-s-ls equipped wil.li wireless apparatus and !M7  provided with .submarine -ignalling  HJ'Stl ins.  !*memans Dying  Children's Playgrounds  In recent : years, the ; jilayground  movement- has secured a very strong  hold upon the public in most of our  cities, and no doubt others will bo  taking up the work during the coming season. The .movement lias not,  'however, reached the height to which  it should aspire.-". "While the play fea  ture  of  the   ground  has  been  fairly j'j  Russia's Opportunity  Constantinople    and the    Dardanelles  Must Fall Either to Germany  or Russia  Prof. Paul Milokoff   leader   of the  Constitutional Democrats in the Russian duma, in a recent speech before  that body thus set forth the reasons  why Russia, as a consequence of this  war should secure an outlet to the sea  bv Constantinople   aud   the Dardanelles:  "In this war the interest of Russia  can bo briefly defined: We need an  outlet to the sea. It was not for this  wo wont to war, yet without it we  cannot end the war.  "But, it may be objected, if Turkey  had common sense, we could have no  such aim! This is true. But. since  Lillian von Sanders appeared ia Constantinople, since Germany appointed  the Turkish minister of -war." and the  Turkish fleet was delivered into German hands; the- situation is radically  changed. We have now clearlv realized Germanv's p'ans: Berlin to Bagdad! Such is so. we have no choice  The'question no longer is whether the  strait should become Russian or remain Turkish. The question is. whether it is to become Russian or remain German/ .     . ;   '  "Let lis not-be deceived; The question now pending may be decided or.ee  for all. But never again may the-condition be so favorable for "lis. The  chief element in our favor is th3 attitude of our allien . toward' our national  problem. Berlin-Bagdad is too menacing for England, because of India  and Egypt, and for . France,. because  of her Syrian plans.' Because of this  real danger these powers cannot fail  to .come- to an;.agreement.-with us,, alter "centuries of suspicion. The end of  March, 1015 (the beginning of April  new style,) is a time that should be  memorable to our people: for.then our i  agreement with our allies was reach  "The Berlin-Bagdad    plan    now is  threatened on the Bagdad'side. From  :'~l~ fc.north  and  oast our  armies converge  "'  oward the English forces.  And I v"iit-  oison  ins more uumren  Than AH Other Poisons  Combined  For Safety's Sake, Use*Efr^  Is there within your home,  anywhere within baby's reach,  a saucer of arsenic poisoned  paper floating in water, or a can  with aswectened poisoned wick?  During 1915, 26 cases of fly  poisoning were reported from 11  states; in 1914, 46 cases from 14  states. Fly poison kills more  children than ell other poisons  combined.  Yet fly poison still Is left unguarded except in the homes  where mothers have learned that  the safe, sure, non-poisonous,  efficient fly catcher and de  stro'yer is  YvQ  The Journal of the Michigan State  Medical Society.'coraments thus in a  recent issue: ;  "Symptoms of arsenical polsonlnc aro  very similar to those of cholera infantum:  undoubtedly a number of cases of cholera  infantum wero rejilly cases of arsenical  poisoning, but death, if occurring, was  attributed to cholera infantum.  "We repeat, arsenical fly destroying devices are dangerous aud should be abolished. Health officials should become  aroused to prevent further loss of lifo.  from their source. Our Michigan Legislature, this last session, passed a law rej:-  ulatinsr the sale of poisonous fly papers."  TheO. & W.Thum Co.  ������ r/ ' i Grand Rapids, Mich.       (73)  " . "       **������*an������m������  .... ' ������������������  well provided for, as a rule, tho play- (   6 (]    h       tIiat the vital  grounds are .bare ot trees, foliage or   ��������� l l  flowers. Little effort has' been made  lo encourage the children to improve  or beautify their grounds, or make  their surroundirigs'moro attractive.  The children frequenting the playgrounds arc usually from homes with  little space for cither garden or grass.  They'-have no opportunity to cultivate  or become interested in plant growth  or flowers. The playground should  endeavor to furnish what is lacking in  this respect at home. - Space should  be devoted to flowers and plants; beds  should bo laid out and borders'ulanted  by the children under supervision, a  short time 'each day being devoted  to it. This would go" far toward making the. playground, .more attractive,  and would constitute a training which  the children would not forget when  they reached malurer years and had  homes of their own. There is no reason why these grounds.should be "absolutely bare, and it is",-hoped that the  promoters of this laudable movement  will extend the s'jope of the work to  beautifying the areas devoted to [day.  LITTLE  importance of the war arena beyond  the Caucasus will at'last'be. recognized. The conquest of Erzorum made an  overwhelming impression on the whole.  'Moslem world. Wo should take all  precautions that this Turkish .stronghold'.shall not share the fate of Przn-  niysl! . '.  '  What, should our next step in this!  'area'bo.'. As to this there can bo rro  doubt at all. Armenia, which has  suffered for its fidelity to K'ussia.  should .be .given the autonomy promised under the Turkish regime  . "In the path of realization of our  goal there can be only one. obstacle���������j  ourselves. YVc behind the lines may j  be conquered oven while our armies :  are'lighting valiantly at tho front.;  This may create new dangers, which j  wo must guard" against. In Germany j  there is on  all  hands  talk of peace.-!  Even in a match you should  consider the "Little Things,"  the wood���������the composition���������  the   strikeability���������the   flame.  He was one of those young men who  never seem to know when to go home.  Sho had tried yawning, but even that  failed to get rid of him. Presently a  clock outside in the hall began to  strike in low, deep tones the midnight  hour.  "Ob ,1 say. Miss Green," said the  late stayer, brightly, "is that an eight  day clock?"  Miss Green smiled coldly at him.  "Well." she said, stifling another  yawn, "why don't you stay a little  longer and find out?"  And wo must have ��������� wisdoiii enoiurh. j  persistence and energy enough, not.!  to. give way. qot to forfeit our great j  sacrifices and the great ideals of this ���������  war!  JCoeentJy one of the emissaries  working for Germany visited mc He  said ho was a citizen of neutral Switzerland, and a member of the Stock  holm conference, made up of the subjects of different neutral countries, 1 \f������������������. c .1 , ., ,i��������� ��������� t���������,k���������  who had sent him to find out I ^ost of the carpets made in India  whether anv elements In ?h.ssia fav-!arc "o���������! by boys, who arc told by  ore, la  separate   peace.   'Yon  cannot !'������en patching   hern how mar y^ knots  ars made of strong dry pine  stems, with a secret perfected  composition that guarantees  "Every xVfatch A Light." 65  years of knowing how���������that's  the reason 1  All Eddy products  are dependable products���������Always.  Carried Safely Through Change  of Life by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  imagine,' he sard, 'how they long Tor  peace in Germany, perhaps, if'TJeh  j giiinv were evacuated and Serbia rc-  1 stored, this might b'e?ome the basis  for peace negotiations.'" I answered  firm: 'We know Germany's attitude  well; but your country should understand v.-ho began the* war. and whether it is possible to help Germany to  a liquidation of her pretensions," by  means of an international understanding founded merely on the basis of  a return to the status qlio ante. (Applause.) Wc do not wish to destroy  Germany; but wc arc in duly bound  fo render Germany harmless; to this  Germany would not consent of her  own free will. And we have our national   problems.' "  of each  color to .tic  single row at a time.  to  the  warp,  a  Nashville,Tcnn.���������"When I was going  through the Change of Life I had a tumor as large as a  child's head. The  doctor said it was  three years coming  and gave mo medicine for it unti! I  was called away  from the city for  som e ti me. Of  course I could not  go to him then, so  my sister-in-law told  me that she thought  American moving-ph'-iuro films arc  being sold in i'viv-a-ing ^uantiti"s in  (''ranee owing to tho- curtailment of tho  't'rriiH'h and Italian liim ".'UTpr.it duo  to the war.  ydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would cure it. It helped both  the Change of Life and the tumor and  when I got home I did not need ihcilnrtnr.  J took the Pinkham remedies until the  tumor wa3 gone, the doctor said, and I  have not felt it since. J. tell every one  how I was cured. If this letter will  help others you are welcome to use it."  ���������Mrs. E. H. Bean, 525 Jc3cph Avenue,  2>Jashvil!c, Tenn.  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a puro remedy containing the  extractive properties of good old fashioned root3 and herb3, meets the needs  of woman's system at this critical period  of her life.   Try it  If there is any symptom in your  rase which puzzles you, write to  (lie Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine  Co., Lynn, Mass.  More "Trench" Humor  One of the soldiers irr a Canadian  trench, "somewhere." brought back  the other day a copy of a notice that  had been posted outside- a surg<;ry  b.'iit to the rear. It was entitled:  "Hints to tho.il,: who wish lo get i>ick,"  and ran:  "I. Po-.i't spring smartly fo attention and walk briskly up to the nit'di-  cil offievr when you have ciiu.Heii ail  injiuvd kriivcap.  ''-. Don't foi'g.-t that sprained wrists  artri ankli-s an; always swollen,  "���������'>. Don't,  on  emerging    from    the  'Prost-nce  luck>'  "Those wading for further advice  should apply for my various illustrated pamphlets, price sixpence; each  The most popular are: (I) How fo  raise and lower your temperature. (2)  blow to slrengtbeii nnd weaken your  puis,". (:.!) How to get a bad tongue,  (���������t) _ How to :ret a vi-ry bad tongue'  (price one shilling). (!>) How lo make  the joints swell. ({',) Paleness. (7) (:.-e-  t'ul illness'sr their symptoms, durations, and remedies "  Canada A Rfch Prize  It may safely be said that only the  dominant power of the great battle  fleet of England has kept the war thus  far from our wry doors. Canada would  have bt'on a rich prize, and it is not  at all certain that the neutrality of  the I.'uib'd Slates would have counted  more than that of P.elgium���������in fact,  there are evidences that it, lias been  n:-? lightly regarded.��������� Philadelphia  Bull-tin.  If there is a farmer anywhere who  feels that he-is not doing as well as  he ought, there is hope for him if he  will get rid of the notion that fate has  it in for him.  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Any ��������� during many years of experimentation  has discovered n new remedy which ho  finds is thirty-r.'aven times more powerful than lifhia in removing uric acid  from the system, if you are suffering  from backache or the pains of rheumatism, goto your best druggist and atk  for a 50-cent bos: of "Anuric" put up  by Dr. Pierce. Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription for weak women and Dr.  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for  the blood have been favorably known  for the past forty years and more. They  are standard remedies to-dav���������ns well  as Doctor Picrce'a Pleasant Pellets for  tbo liver and boweb. You can get 11  large trial package for 10c. of any one  of these remedies by writing Dr. Pierce.  Doctor Pierce's Pellets aro unequaled  as a Liver Pill. One tiny, Hurjar-coaUd  Pellet a Done, Cure .Sick Headache,  Pilious Headache, Dizziness, Constipation, Indigestion, Uilious Attacks, and  all derangements of the Liver, Stomach  aud liowela, THE   SUN.    GRAND   FOKKS,   B.C.  P. H. McCiUTach is acting  sheriff during H. C. Kerman's  vbsence in England.  Miss A. McEwen has joined  . the staff of the Bank of Com-  '' merce in this city.  :     It will cost $20,000 a yeai  ; to  run a postal car between  ' Nelson and   Hope,  and   the  government does not feel like  paying that much.   Hence the  ' mails will have to  be  carried  in the baggage car  when  the  . daily service begins .over   the  ' Kettle Valley.  Fred-Russell and family and  C. B. Peterson and his entire  hotel staff celebrated Dominion day in Phoenix.  Commercial travellers who  have visited the city recently  say that business is improving  throughout the province.  It is reported that the Dou-  khobors have bought stock in  a provincial daily paper.  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  About 300 men are now  employed finishing the snow-  sheds for the Kettle Valley  railway.  If the millions which Bowser tellls us have been spent  in this district had been honestly and efficiently administered what a magnificent system of good roads we would  have.���������Omineca Herald.  Girls! Try Itl Hair gets soft, fluffy and  ' beautiful���������Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine.  More than a blanket mortgage is needed- to keep the  house warm in cold weather.  Teday the weather is just  right for boiling down the  news. No artificial heat' is  required.  Grand Forks assisted Danville to celebrate the 4th  grand style.  in  Ernest Miller, late M.P.P.  for Grand Forks riding, is  daily expected to return to  the city.  Peter A. Z. Pare can* discuss the war situation, mining  topics and scientific farming  fluently and intelligently in  either French or English.  When cornered, he will also  talk on the barbers' trade.  According to Premier Bowser Skeena .district has had  millions from the provincial  treasury. Where did the  money go? We. have no public buildings, no permanent  bridges and not a decent road  to show for it. ��������� Qmineca  Herald.  It if easy :to he, optimistic, and  laugh at the misfortunes of others if  you nave none of your own.  .. If you cars for heavy hair that glistens with beauty and. Is radiant with  life; has an incomparable softness and  Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application doubles tne  beauty of your hair, besides it Immediately dissolves every particle of  dandruff. You can not have nice  heavy, healthy hair if you have  dandruff. This destructive scurf robs  the hair of its lustre, its strength and  its very life, and if not overcome it  produces a fevorishness and itching of  the scalp; ' the hair roots famish,  loosen and die; then the hair falls out  fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of  Knowltou's Danderine from any drug  store aud just try It  Every time a man sows wild oats  he gets a lot of innocent people to  help him harvest the crop.  For Sale���������Gramophone; u^ed five  months; cost $33.50; sell for $28 50.  Kwong VVing's   Laundry,  Box   164.  A mining club  has  organized in Nelson.  been  The Trail smelter is looking for. properties around  Beaverdell.  When a fool has nothing to  say he's never satisfied until  he savs it.  J. M Reeder and familv spent  Dominion day at the Phoenix celebration.  After watching the West-  side girlsdescend the overhead bridge steps into First  avenue, in these new-fashioned short skirts, with a high  wind blowing the while, we  have come to the conclusion  that che structure' should be  renamed. Yes, the Grand  Stare way.���������Saskatoon Star.  A Scotchman was telling an Irish  neighbor of his with great pride how  he had planter! an acorn which  sprang up into a tine oak tree.  ,'Begorra, that's nothing,"    com  mentad Pat unimpressed.   "Sure an'  I onoe planted a dead cat and   in   a  short time up sprang a sinitary   inspector."  (JIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, liver  . and bowels.  BoT Up-to-Date Jewellery"  .-.   Go to  Timberlake,Son&*Co.:  Newest Styles Choicest Patterns  Lowest Prices  MA  TMMHILAK  w  The Quality Jewellers  Bridge Street, Next Telephone Exchange, Grand Forks  J  orrisons  Has  a  full stock ol Groceries---Fruits  and  Vegetables m season���������at RIGHT PRICES  TrvO  ur  ue Ribbon [JTea at 45c per Pound  None Better  Phone 85  First Street  Grand Forks  House to Let���������Empty Aug. 1st;  eight rooms; central. Cabinet,  stoves, carpets, blinds, some fumi  lure, books, tent, poultry and fine  garden crop for fait--; bargain.  Phone 1148.  The Sun, at 81 a  year, is   superior  to any $2 a year paper printed in   the  Boundary.    This   is   the  reason why  gibers  we do not have to resort to  gambling  schemes to gain new subscribers  or to  hold those we already have.  Germany now plans to take Verdun by August 1. Let's see���������wasn't  the fall of Verdun advertised before?   ���������  Recruiting Officer���������Ever served a  term of iraprisoument?  Applicant���������No, sir; but I don't  mind doin' a short sentence if yer  think it necessary.  0 CENT "CASCARETS"  FOR LIVER AND BOWELS  Cure   Sick    Headache,   Constipation,  Biliousness,   Sour   Stomach,   Bad  Breath���������Candy  Cathartic.  Last week a, young soldier  at Bonnington Falls killed  "himself because ho could not  go to the firing line in France.  Several soldiers on the firing  line have suicided this year  because they could not get  away from the front. Hard to  please everybody. ��������� Greenwood Ledge.  j     No odds how bad your liver, stom-  ' ach of hov/els; how much your head  uchus,  how  miserable  you  are  from  constipation,   indigestion,   billousnusa  and sluggish bowels���������you alr.ays get  relief,   with   Cascarets.     They   immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food  and foul gases;   take the excess bile  from the liver and carry orf the constipated    waste    matter    and    poison  from  the   intestines   and   bowels.      \.  10-ceiit box  from  your druggist   .nil  ; keep   your   liver   and   bowels   clean;  . stomach   sweet   and   head   clear   for  I months.    They work while you sleep.  Look at the tongue, mother! If  coated, your little one's stomach, liver  and bowels need cleansing at once.  When peevish, cross, listless", doesn't  sleep, eat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour,- breath bad; has  sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give  a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of  Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,  constipated waste, undigested food  and sour bile gently moves out of Its  little bowels without griping, and you  have a well, playful child again. Ask  your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of  "California Syrup of Figs," which contains full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups.  Granby Shipments  The following are Ihe monthly  shipping figures from the Granby  mine at Phoenix to the Grand Forks  smelter:  19lo.  Tons.  January      42,211  February....      63,091  March.."      69,948  Agril       85,382  May     100,693  June     103,004  July ....    101,058  August     103,062  Septembe...      93,245-  October.      96,430  November...     82.187  December...     94,475  The Sun is the largest and best  newspaper printed in the Boundary  country, and the price is only one-  half that of its loos! contemporaries.  It is a valuable advertising medium  because its large subscription list  has been- obtained, and is maintained, merely on its merits as a  newspaper. It uses no indirect or  questionable-methods to secure sub-  1916  Tons  83,802  77,048  8(5.782  90,786  THEWA  LAST  ER IS HERE AT  And  now  is  the  time  to think of         summer wearables.   We can supply  your Wants, and, remember, all at Reduced  Prices, so naturally it is to your advantage to  do your shopping here.  M7I     9    Q I? ��������� I ���������   -s     Everything  Men s summer furnishings to make a  man cool and comfortable even during the approaching hot weather. Light weight summer  underwear, outing shirts, cashmere, worsted and  cotton socks.  Ready!  Men's Smart Suits men^and  young men, made of fine worsteds, mohairs, cheviots and summer serges. Latest style and workmanship.   It's natural you should want the best.  E        r |       Let  us  fill your grocery orders for the  ataDleS  coming   month.     Good   goods.    Good  service.    Low prices. Prompt delivery.  PHONE 30  EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR  Nero did not blow out the gas.  Cromwell never rode a motor car.  The Queen of Sheba never attended a bridge party.  Napoleon never telephonsd for  reinforcements.  Cleopatra did not   wear   a. union  suit.  Julius Caesar was not   known   to  " . .    .  '   t.  write notes to rival nations.  Solomon was never investigated  by a graft commission.  Noah did not carry an   umbrella.  George Washington never threw  his bat in the ring.  Total...... 1,034,786  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OR DYSPEPSIA  'Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour,  Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  If what you just ate is souring on  your stomach or lies'like a lump of  lead, refusing to digest, or you belch  gas and eructate sour, undigested  food, or have a feeling-of dizziness,  heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad'taste  In mouth and stomach-headache, you  can get blessed relief in five minutes.  Put an end to stomach trouble forever  by getting a large fifty-cent case of  Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.  You realize in five minutes how needless it r<* to suffer from indigestion,  dyspepsia or any stomach lisoruer.  it's tbe onickest, surest stomach doctor   ia   the   world.     It's   wonderful.  Poultryrnen  Improve Your  Flocks  For Sale���������Fifty S.U.White  Leghorn Cockerels. Bred  for egg production only.  Your choice at $2.00 each.  J. A. cTVIcCALLUM,  GRAND FORKS, tt. C  Addressing Mai! to Soldiers  In order to facilitate the handling  of ' mail at the front and to insure  prompt delivery it is requested that  all mail be addressed as follows:  (a) Regimental number.  (b) Rank.  (c) Name.  (d) Squadron, battery or company  "(e)  Battalion,  regiment   (or   other  unit), staff   appointment   or   department.  ��������� (f) Canadian Contingent.  (a)  British' Expeditionary Force.  (h) Army Post,. London, England.  Unnecessary mention of higher  formations, such as brigades, dvisions,  is strictly forbidden, and causes delay.  Independent Brand  Counter Check  Books  Made in Toronto. The  bpst counter check books  on the market today.  Eastern Prices  We have a two years'  contract to handle these  books. Call and see samples  At The Sun Office  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.-    >.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  RCMcCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVEN0E  Yale Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty^  P. A.  Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street  <������i  itfunj/*  >\u  *ffj j a ������To <  The man at the head of affairs  whether at home or in business, is  the one whose attention you wish  to attract.  Our paper goes into the best class  of homes and is read by the head of  the family. That accounts for the  results obtained by the use of  Classified  Want  Ads.  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAKE  your  repairs J;o  Armson, sboo  ro  pniror.    The   Hub.    Look for the   1%  Hoot '  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  HIGHKST CASH PRICES paid for old Stove  and   KuiiRUM.    K. C. Peokhnm,   Heoomi"  hiirnl Store.  wmm?M$m*mmmmmmmmm

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