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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Jun 26, 1914

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 y<x->;; r -o*-   \-i-j-   ,  ^^ejjsJaUve'ij'it,  and  ���������>��������� --?r. " m>  ..- .-���������-.?���������.',-<  <��������� -������  /������,  KeHle Valley Orchardist  r c    ������.  THIRTEENTH YEAR^No. 35\  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  1914 TAX  - Ligbt'MeterRenVAbolished  ���������; andjhe Minimum Rate  l  -Is Reduced  -' Mayor Gaw and all the aldermen  were present-at'the'regular "meeting^  of-the city council on Monday even  log.  ',' .; A committee from the board of  ti;ade .consisting of Messrs. "DeCew,  -' Ktirby'.and Clark, ������������������ addressed^the  council, and asked.thatthe.city'pay  a portion of_' the bills incurred fof  the entertainment of the C. P.R.  officials on their recent visit to the  city.' The total expense-contracted  was $81.50, and of-this amount .the  council agreed to pay $50. ..  B.-Lequime'addressed^he council  in'reference to a proposal he made at  a previous meeting to establish a  creamery here.    He asked for a free  - Bite of two lots, free water for" two  years, and .exemption from taxation  - for   eight  years.   The members of  * the council expressed themselves as  ^ ^willing to grant thefconcessions asked  for, subject^to the approval of the  \-rate^aye_rs.-~In"iieu_6f������a suitable site,  the council would donate to Mr. Le-  quime the two lots on the corner of  Victoria "avenue   and First street,  and then he couid trade them off for  ' a site.    Mr. Lequime  had  not yet  decided definitely^where he wished  ,   to locate the creamery.   The   council promised that a_ bylaw  covering  the concessions would be submitted  to the ratepayers as soon as possible.  The officer8'of the Chabko Mika  carnival extended an   invitation   to  the members of council to  attend a  dinner to be given by  the   carnival  association   in   Nelson. ���������The clerk  was instructed to  acknowledge   the  same and to inform   the Nelson offi  cers that as many   of the' members  of the council as could  possibly  do  'so would attend.  "���������     E. Harrison gave notice  that  he  intended   to  appeah to the county  court .from   the   assessment of  his  property fixed by the  court 'of   revision.  Received and ordered placed  on lived.  A long communication from   the  secretary of the provincial board  of  health in reference to a  preventive  for typhoid fever was ordered filed.  A petition from T. K.  Needham,  C. F.McDougall, James Harris and  others for a  four foot cement -sidewalk on Joyce avenue was   referred  to the board of works,  with instruc  * tions to report back to  the council.  A'petition from  Al. Traunweiser,  Mclntyre & Smith, W.  E. Hadden  and others for a twelve-foot   cement  sidewalk   on  Bridge street, between  Second   and  Third streets, was re*  ferred back to the petitioners to as-  - certain the.nature of-the  retaining  walls they wished constructed. Aid.  Manly was^opposed to the city constructing  the   retaining-walls,..'and;  thought the property owners should  -  The  chairman   of   the   board of  works reported that a"large number  of crosswalks hadjbeen put  in .during the.past month; the revenue for  street sprinkling purposes amounted  to $26 per-month; the city could not  get the work done for that sum, and  he .advocated    raising    additional  funds.and'letting the sprinkling- but  by tender, but the city team" would  continue to do the work  until other  arrangements   were made; the  noxious weeds had  been   pretty* thoroughly destroyed on the vacant lots  throughout the city.    The board intended in the near  future  to grade"  Winnipeg avenue up to   the C.P. R.  crossing in thesame manner as Water-  street-had been graded.   The chairman" also   submitted an estimate of.  ,the cost of^a sidewalk from  Stanley  Davis' hourVto the Great  Northern  station.    For   a   cinder  walk,' with  3x6 guards on   each  side, the   cost  would be about $300.   A board walk  would cost about double this figure.  The chairman  of the   water  and  light  committee  reported   that the  electrical supplies and the pipe for the  extension of the waterworks system  to the Great Northern  station   were  daily getting closer to the city.     Dr.  Averill and a few others had applied  for an extension.of  lawn sprinkling  hours owing to an insufficient water  supply.... The chairman was authorized to use-his discretion in dealing  with these cases. ,      _;r  The chairman of the health and  relief committee 'reported." that'milk  tests had been made.  Aid. Henniger complained because he beard a non-resident use  vile and abusive ��������� language toward  the chief of police without the latter arresting the offender. The  mayor said the incident would be  inquired into.  The chairman of the finance committee reported that the tax rate  had. been fixed at 11 mills on realty  for general purposes, 7 mills for  school purposes, and 12 mills on 50  cent of improvements for special  purposes. The committee recommended that after August 1 Mrs.  Logan, jauitress at the city hall, be  paid $20 per month. The report  was received.  Aid. Manly was granted leave to  introduce a tax levy bylaw. The  bylaw passed its first and second  readings, passed the commitee stage,  and then under a suspension of the  rules was read for the third time.  On motion of Aid Bickerton and  Bonthron, Aid. Bickerton's amendment to the electric light bylaw was  reconsidered and finally passed.  The vote was; Ayes, Aid. Bickerton,  Bonthron and Donaldson; nayes,  Aid. Henniger and Manly. The  bylaw provides that after a consumer has paid for an electric meter  in rent the meter rent shall cease,  and it also reduces the minimum  rate for light from $1.50 to $1 per  month.  Aid. Henniger gave notice that at  an adjourned meeting of'the council  he would ask leave to introduce a  bylaw providing for the granting of  certain concessions by the city frjr  the.Ae8tablisbment of a creamery.  The bylaw will be submitted to the  ratepayers as Soon as it is - adopted  VISIT OF DEPUTY  MINISTER SCOTT  Addresses the, Members  of  ��������� Agricultural Association  and Farmers' Institute  arid specially to name the breed  which was mostly wanted.  * The subject of ensilage was also  discussed. The department highly  advocated the building of,silos, and  possessed details and plans of wooden ones, which could be procured by  the secretary of the Farmers' initi-  tute. ' * - ,  -He adviced the institute to write  the department a little later regarding the purchase of a carload of potato seed in the east to reluvonate  the crop in this .valley. He said  that more samples of alfalfa seed cajn  bp had next season. He also.ad-  viced the Agricultural association'to  send a copy of last year's prize list  to Mr McDonald for revision and  advice.  Mr. Scott promised to come   back  to this city later in the season, when  the rush of work in his own office at  Victoria was a little easier, and then  he would'again lecture on  co-operation   and   be   ready   to  assist the  ranchers in any way]possible.  .   A vote of thanks was   tendered to  Mr. Scott for his   excellent address,  and also to J. R. Jackson for his assistance in bringing Mr.  Scott  from  Greenwood to this city in his  auto.  ' Saturday morning Mr. Scott   was  taken for a motor car   ride through  the valley, accompanied by E.    W.  Stewart,   C.   C.   Heaven, Mr. Hunt  and  Secretary  Hadden.   Mr. Scott  thoroughly  inspected the orchards  of   the" district,   starting  in at Mr,  Collin's place, in the,']?'-vcr,-end  of.  the valley, thence through   the  Big  Y and Traunweiser orchards,   and  ������������������yinding up at the Covert estate.  IS  OBSERVED THE 221  Huge Gathering at Christina  Lake From the Entire  Boundary Country  .bear th,e.expense alone.    Aid.' Bon- bv the council.  thron stated that if the  walls  were!    F-lnter Rice  ;was  appointed   col  built on  city  property they would .lector  of   d������g  arid' road taxes, and  cost very little more than  to   make  then the council adjourned  the fill.    He   was in favor of build-  W. E. Scott, deputy minister of  agriculture, anived in the city" last  Friday evening from a trip through  the Okanagan and Similkameen dis-.  tricts, and a meeting, at which he  was present,- of the direectors of the  Grand Forks Agricultural associa  tion and the Farmers' Institute was  held in the board of trade rooms  Mr. Scott, being called upon,stated  that he was on a visit through the  country to see at first hand the con  dition of the farming industry. He  felt very optimistic about the outcome of this years' crops through  out the province. He specially  noted the prospects for a good po-  \otato crop in this valley.  Mr. Scott spoke _of the absolute  necessity for ��������� using co-operative  methods in buying and selling;  among the farmers,'studying methods of co operative buying and dis  tribution. He suggested 'that the  -Boundary, West^ Koqtenay ,and  Creston should form bn great district, and on the principle- of one-  man one-vote elect from their several associations one executive board,  say .of three members, and that  board to appoint a manager to thoroughly look after the interests of the  farmers for this great district.  The main essential  towards  sue  cess was tonnage, and that   we  certainly had here.  Next, get together;  create local associations,   under  the  Act of 1914, and from them appoint  a eentrai committee or board.    The  district associations will   finally   be  the means of collecting the produce,  and   the   central   board will be the  means whereby the same is   classed  and   sold;   the present   cost in the  Okanakan is 4 per cent at the central selling agency. He further suggested a camgaign  of education   in  the several districts on co operation.  All   Institutes   must now come in  under the Agricultural   Association  Act of 1914, otherwise there will not  be any per capita tax allowed at all.  This is being done for  the   sake of  uniformity all around.  Prices secured by  the   Okanagan  people during 1913:   Apples, No. 1,  average $1.25^-   f o.b.    They   have  some 150 varities there, and only 30  of the same are allowed in  the   No.  1 class; the others are all placed  in  the No. 2 and   No. 3 classes     Ap  pies, No. 2, $1.09������; No. 3, 80c. '  They secured 100 per cent sales.  After inspection of the car upon delivery, the draft was presented.  Regarding the government sending out   for cattle in carload lots for  auction, Mr. Scott said the cattle in I     Mrs. Frank Hoelzel  returned  on  Ontario had been shipped^across the; Monday from Revelstoke, where she  line in immense numbers since  the appeared before  the   railway   com- gVeatexpense during  our youthful  change in the United^ States   tariff,-, mission  and  endeavored to indnce. daV8 should not be light)y ^ asidfi-  Excavating  for  the basement  of  Judge   J.   R.   Brown's  new $6,000  residence was  commenced Tuesday  morning.   The   building* must   be  completed by the 1st of  November.  It will be located on Winnipeg avenue,'  between   the   homes   of  Dr.  Truax and   G.  M.  Fripp, and will  occupy  the central space of three  large lots.    It will be 34x53 feet in  size, two full storeys above   ground,  with a basement and  stone foundation.    It. will  contain twelve large  rooms, besides two   bathrooms, and  will have an interior   hardwood finish and be modern in   every   detail.  The house will  sit   back  thirty-five  feet from  the   street.    As much of  the material for the building will be  purchased  locally   as   possible, and  only local labor and "mechanics will  be employed.    The contract for the  erection of   the  building  has been  awarded  to E. Jacohsen,   who   has  secured a contract to .build  a������.two-  storey   residence,   24x34  feet,   for.  Chester   Smith   near   the    Central  school.  The joint picnic and  celebration  of the.Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship societies and the Fateroal Order  of E>.gles of the Boundary  country,  at   Christira   lake  on Monday, the  22nd inst., was largely attended   by  the people^of the district.   A special  train of five or six   coaches carried  the excursionists of Phoenix, Greenwood,    Midway,    Eholt and Grand  Forks to the lake.    The   number of  people who boarded the train at the  station   iu   this   city   was not very  large, owing to the fact that  nearly  everybody   here  owns a motor car,  and they prefeired  to travel by this  means.    But the fact that theie was  a large  attendance  from  this city  was evidenced by   the   exceedingly  small number of people  left in  the  town.   x\t the lake an excellent program of athletic sports  was successfully carried out.    The games were  all keenly contested, and the  differ-  enkeyents furnished enough excitement forlhe "S'pebtatpr's to keep them  in good   humor.    In   the" daseblilP  match   between  Grand Forks  and  Phoenix the latter   team came out  victorious.      Boating,   fishing   and  aquatic sports also occupied the  attention of a large  number of  those  present, and dancing in the pavilion  to good music was indulged in during    the   afternoon   and    evening.  Every one who attended went home  well pleased with   the day's outing.  Anti Cline  Once   upon   a   time,   when   the  sporting   editor   of  The  Sun  was  young and foolish,   he  occasionally  indulged in the alluring and expensive pastime of   draw poker with a  few   chosen   friends.    Among   the  coterie was a youth  named  Cline.  Cline was a wretched poker player.  He could never remember when  it  was   his   turn  to anti, and the admonition "anti, Cline" soon became  a   by-word   among the rest of the  players.    While Mr. Cline did  not  know much about the game,  he always played in great luck and  usually   carried   away -most   of    the  money.    His conversation invariably hinged on the game.   His  failing   in   this   respect was fully   as  marked as the idiosyncrasy of speeeh  of   the   present-day oil promoters,  who   talk   glibly  about anticlines.  This similarity  between Mr. Cline  and the promoters has forced us  to  the conclusion that, while the latter  may not know an  anticline from a  jackpot, they will  eventually  carry  away the money of those who  play  the oil game from the outside.  Moral���������Experience  purchased at  ing cement sidewalks  wherever pos-l  sible.  and now the price had gone up con- j that body to order the Canadian Pa-  siderably and it was hard to secure *citic Railway compiny to pay her  first class stock at a reasonable fig-, damages for killing seven and injur-  ure, but the department would be. ing two of her cattle. She was un  able to help along these lines again able to obtain damages, as the corn-  shortly, and he wonld ask this dis- mission has no jurisdiction to assess  trict   to  communicate  with the de  E., Miller, M.P.P. for Grand  Forks, returned to the city on Monday from Victoria. He is counsel  for the   Granby   company  in   the  Blessed is the peacemaker, espe  cially if he keeps at a safe distance    partment   at Victoria at a later date ordered to fence its right of way.  workmen's compensation crises now  fines, hut the railway company, was ! being tried before   Mr.  Justice  Clement. r,.W������.iui*x.*-i JlJ-^. ,1"  THE STm, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  .--'--  "CARELESS AND CO-OPERATION  Chief Cause and'3est Remedy for For-  c^t Fires  Mr. K. 11. Campbell, Director of the  Dominion Foro-itr*- Bra -eh, .says:  '"Carelessness -,-as undoubtedly (ho  chief cause of forest fires in 1013." The  is Responsible  for much sickness and suffer-  best remedy is indicated by a recent | ing because its' quality deter-  Bhitenient of Mr. E. T. Allen. Foreste:- mincs our resistive power.  lor tlie Western Forestry and Conser-   Trr.., 111 l    1  Bt  varion Association, who says: "The  best single rc-nil- of the 1913 lire season is to prove that systematized co-  ��������� operative effort at an insignificant cost  1 ir acre or per thousand, can red.ice  our forest losses of an average year  four or five million dollars to about  as many thousands." If on the twenty million acres of Umberlands controlled by LI10 hunb mien forming this  association, the lire loss can be so  enormously reduced by co-operation,  U10 saving whic" Camu'.'..:*. cHizenc  i-ould effect by co-oporativc effort on  tho 500,000,000 acres of forest land in  Canada, is almost incalculable.  The functions of Ihe Government in  (his respect are well understood, and a  jjreac deal has been done, especially by  the field officers of the Dominion Forestry Branch, to promote the co-operative spirit in the matter of fire protection. But only recently has tho initiative been taken by private associations in co-operative fire protection,  yet there are now thirty timber-owners  associations in the United States, the  members of which have got together to  adequately protect from fire their combined holdings, which now total about  25,000,000 acres.  In Canada there is but o:*.-> association of this kind but It compares favorably with any in the   United   States'.  The development of this co-operative  movement, which culminated in Canada In the St. Maurice Fire Protective  Association, is described in detail by a  t bulletin now being issued by the Forestry Branch,    Ottav/a.    The   Quebec  limit-'iolders comprising 'this association have by a self- mposed tax of one  quarter cent per acre installed a fire  protective system   on   their   7,000,000  acres of holdings second to none in  Canada.      1913  Dvtr 275  forest  fires  were extinguished with practically no  danger, proving, in the words of one of  the members,   " at "The success of cooperative forest   fL i   protection   has  been established without a doubt."  With poor blood we are Ian  guid,' susceptible to colds, lack  natural energy and ambition,  and the gradual' decline of  strength makes prompt and  careful treatment necessary.  Drugs or alcohol cannot make  blood and must be avoided.  Scott's Emulsion is nature's  grandest blood-maker because  of its wholesome medical nourishment,  so carefully prcdigested that it assimi-  1 a t e s without taxing digestion and  quickly increases the red corpuscles  of the blood, strengthens the organs  and tissues and upbuilds the whole  system.  Absolutely nothing compares with  Scott's Emulsion to purify and enrich the blood to overcome or avoid  anaemia. It is totally free from alcohol or opiates and your health demands the purity of Scott's.  Scott & Bowue, Toronto, Ontario.        13^5  Eig! t Hcurs Only  ilie new school teacher -in a rural  town ^avc a boy ���������& .question in compound proportion for home'' work one  day. ' The sum described an instance of "men weiring.ten ���������, hours a  day' to' complete-a certain task.  The  next  morning  the  teacher**;-in  ���������looking over the little tpackr of "exer-  'cises; found this-boy's sum wholly ~un^  attempted:. - Calling-,him - to .her^he  .;. asked why he had'^oUtriGil to Tdo 'tlie'  sum/    J. . ^���������>"'-       v.- "   *'.'.''.",< ,  -"The1 boy, alte;." considerable ��������� fumb-'  ",ling around-in   his   pockets,-' brought  -Corth a note from his father and handed it to -Eer.1-- Unfolding it the teacher read:  "Miss,���������I refuse to let my boy do  . this sum you give him, as it looks to  me to be .   slur at eight-hour system.  Any sum not more than eight hours, ho  is welcome to do but not more.  Timekeeper (arranging- starts for  Scottish golf competition)��������� Name,  please.  Golfer���������M. de Valmont.  Timekeeper���������Tuts, mon, we canna  bother ourselves wi* names like that  here. Ye'H start at nine thirty the  morn's mornln' to "the name o*' Mc-  Phersc ..  HGECZEi   ��������� .  On Hands and Arms, F -oke Out in  Fine Rash. Had to Give Up Work.  Could Not Rest. Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Cured,  T-ombardy, Ont. ��������� "I bad been Buffering  for two years with eczema on my hands and  anus. AC first my hand broke out In a fine  rash with a burning and  v itching that was hard  Ito boar. Tho Itching  /and burning wore so bad  I had to scratch till my  hands and arms bled and  were so sore I could not  stand to put them in  W ffl water.   I also had  to  give up my work. Thon lb spread all over  my arms. I cotrid not rest at night as the  hod clothes would Irritate tho oruptlon every  time I would atlr or movo my hands.  "I tried two treatments giving each a fair  trial but they fallpd to cure me. Then I  saw tho advertisement in the paper about  Cuticura Soap and Ointment so I sent for  a sample and I began to usb them with very  little faith, but to my surprlso I found  relief from the very first. I. washed my  hands in warm'water with Cuticura Soap  and dried them with asoft cloth, then I put  the Cuticura Ofntm'ont on und bandaged  (hem with soft cloth. I used two boxes of  tho Cuticura Ointment with tho Cuticura  tioap'anctuscd them steady for two months  and they entirely cured me." (Signed)  2\Irs. Helena E. JMcCall, May 17, 1913.  A single cake of Cuticura Soap and box  of Cuticura Ointment are often sufficient  when all else has failed. Sold by druggists  aud dealors everywhere Liberal sample of  each mailed free, with 82-p. Skin Book.  Address post-card Potter Drag & Chem  Corp, Dcpt. D, Boston, U. 8. A.  Taking Him Down  To a certain Southern town, oil logai  business ca-i.e a most pompous young  lawyer, who notwithstanding his name  was M'cXaiu-Dt' had an excellent opinion, of himself.   He found it necessity  to talk with Squire Gardner, an unpil-  ishe'd iufitice, who had no good opiu'on  of anything, and especially of anyone,  who bad a good opinion of himself  Tiu STJiro'-had never heard of his visitor till he-called and he was a p-ior  hand a"  remembering names, but he  was an expert in human measurement  The young lawyer proceeded promptly to say what he had   to   say,   the  squire listening, but watching.     Presently   he   thought  it  was   time  for  him to say something.  Hold  on, Mr.  McCipher, he .began.  "My_ name is McNaught, the lawyer  stiffly .corrected him.  Excuse me, excuse me, apologised  the squire, aud finished - his remarks.  It .was not long before the squire  agairi'-'felt called upon to speak.  .���������/Well',  now,    Mr.    McZero- ,'   he  started" in. ^ l���������..-���������-:r""-''"  L- IJBaid-.my**"name5was McNaugh't,' the  _lawye'r" 'interrupted ^uy-jp.l^.���������- -.^  -v The\lawyer"dicl'not-feel.very>i:t-  to the squire but thought'it wise not to  manifest his feelings'and said goodbye with. : fair- degree "of politeness.  Good-bye, -Mr. -McNothing, said the  squire as innocent as a lamb, and as  the visitor walked pompously out of  the office the squire chuckled.  Gentle Hint    "'  A fastidious old gentleman was enjoying a cigar with a friend one afternoon.  The guest, having reached the end  of his Ha van?, hurled-the stump from  him on to the well-kept 'awn  What mad ��������� you throw your cigar  there? said the old gentlemr.:i angrily.'  See how unsightly it is on the lovely  grass.  That surely won't do any harm, said  the other, for nobody would notice ar  little thing like that.  My deai- fellow, sopninly replied the  old grumbler, it's just little things like  these that constitute tidiness, and tidiness is half the comfort of life.  Hit; 'friend said no more for a time,  and, in a few minutes he arose hurriedly, disappeared, and was absent for a  full .wenty minu-e*?  Where oh se������ath have you been?  said'his host whe'i he returned at last.  Oh, I've only been across the meadow to spit in the river.  Irrigation  Farmers Coming in Special  Solid Trainloads   "  ���������  Solid trainloads of irrigation farmers from the irrigated areas of Colorado to the  C.P.R.- Irrigation  Block in  Alberta are the direct outcome of the  policy adopted by the Canadian Pacific Railway of encouraging to its irrigated lands settlers witli practical experience in farming under-similar conditions.' , "Colorado is one"of-the"leading irrigation states, and artificial use  of water is a vital.featuio of agriculture.  , A party of representative- farmers from that* st^te -were shown over  the  irrigated district in Alberta" last  fail, and wore so impressed with the  possibilities of the Canadian, district  that, they at once closed contracts for  all the land .within the ready  made  farm colony in  iho Bassano district.  These farmers with their wives, fam'-  ilios and effects will leave Colorado by  special train about tho first of March  en route for their now homes in Alberta.  . The importance of this movement to  the development of Western Canada  caii hardly be over estimated. The  fuct that the foremost irrigation farmers of the United States,.after a personal examination of the irrigated area  in Alberta, arc selling their, holdings  in Colorado and moving in train-loads  to Canada tells its own story. It is  the best assurance of the great possibilities which await the Canadian irrigation distr.cL, as it show.*- that in  the opinion of practical and successful  irrigation farmers, the opportunities  awaiting them fn Canada are greater  than are to be found elsewhere:  The trainload of settlers ' already  referred "to is - only the beginning of a movement which this season  promises to' eclipse all past records.  Other trainloads will be made up from  time to time, and so important is this  traffic expected to become that a  special side track has been set aside  at Minnesota Transfer for the handling of "these trains. The 20 year's  terms offered- by the C.P.R., combined  with the fertility and natural advantages of.Canadian soil, are proving an  attraction too great to be resisted by-  practical American farmers.  Swollen  and Feel  ...'  "mean Kidney Trouble. I/iniineiits and-  blood purifiers arc useless. - What-jjou.  imis������dq is to cure the" kidueys.' Take*  jMnYtaW  l������R   TBt^,  .Gin Tills'.act-directly oil these vital ^  organsVcor reel ril 1 disease-^neutfalize  uricacid���������purify tlieblbod���������relieve the A  pain "andreduce swelliiig'ih'li'andsarid  50c' a box ;' 6: for #2.50." At all dealers or scut on receipt of "price.  "    Sample free if yoiimention this paper. ' .   US-  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., OF CANADA LIMITED.  ,   -      TORONTO.  feet.  mi  A Canadian Knight  Distinguished Service Order  comipji t������*i o n of' the r/sn g e  >**"������  A P>4STE  No W/fSTE  I  THE I  HAMI  F F D^LLitY ������ lto.I No Dust  LTON CANADA     I No RUST  Unhurt  A colnedian in a Paris theatre recently made x great hit out of a painful incident. While indulging in a  bit of horse-play ou the clage he  struck his head violently, entirely by  accident, against one of the pillars of  the scene upon the ttage. On herring  the thud, everybody uttered.a cry.  No great harm done^ said he. - Just  hand ine a towel, a glass o[ water and  a salt-cellar. _   .. J. -.'������������������-:' "'V:."-7;  --.These we're-brought and he sat'fdo>vn  and folded the.towel in tho .form'"of a  baudage, dipped' it'- in 'the" glass, and  alnptled ihe salt'cellar on thc-.wqt;part.  Having thus, 1 repai ed a compress, according to prescription; and .when- "everyone expected he "would apply It to  his forehead, he gravely arose and tied  it round the -illar.  Then the Court Wept  It was a. very piiia':ie case of vagrancy and the magistrate seemed'inclined to be lenient.  Prisoner, yo.. are'charged, wih loitering about the town in a very sus:  picious manner and with not having  any visible -means of sustenance.  What do you do for a living?  Prisoner wiped a tear fiVn-his eye  and turned a haggard face to the magistrate. " -  Your wor.������'j*p, said he, I am engaged in manufacturing smoked glasses for viewing eclipses���������an'industry  ihfit emails protracted periods of en-,  forced Irisure.-  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  The Route to Reno  Lovers^ Lane.  Easy Stret;  Affinity -Avon:.*.   ,   ,  ,l  the  Emersonian���������Do you believe in  law of compens tion?  Poor man���������I do; but I also am con  vinced of the law's delays.  His Didn't Stick  Robert, asked the teacher, did you  throw any of those paper wads sticking  on   the   blackboard?  No, replied Robert. Mine didn't  stick.  No . lusic for Him  William (who has beeu persuaded to  contribute to our annual concert)���������  Can 'ee tinkld "Vaimer's Boy,"-miss?  Squire's.. Bduglite- ��������� Ilavo you  brought your miioicV  William���������Music!.*.I don'1: sing by  music, I si.ig3 by hearsay.    ���������    -  They Clear.se.While' They Ciire.~  The vegetable compounds"- of which  Parmelee's v'ogofable Pllla' "avo composed, ainly Iiuidelion and mandrake,  clear the-stomach and intestines' of deleterious matter and restore the deranged .rgan3 to -healtnful action.  Hence thoy are the best remedy for  indigestion available" to-do -. A trial of  them will establish, the truth of this  assertion and dc for,, to convince'the  ailing than anytl ing that can be written of these pills.  Many a man's opportunity is due to  the fact that he always tells the truth.  Tough Lnough for Pat  When Patrick Mullens obtained a  situation on a railway in t'-e useful- if  not ornamental capacity of platelayer,  he bid fair to shine 'in his profession.  But alas, there 1 x.e a uad day when  Pat was not . :ck enough in getting  out of the way of an oncoming shunt-  iug-engine. Ti ,'he made a desperate leap for ]ife. but not in time to  prevent the engine hurling him off the  line.  Phwat���������phwat was it struck ,mc? he  inquired weakly when he regained  consciousness.  Well, Pat, answered a fellow-workman, you was struck by the tender.  The tender was ������it? Well, thank  the good fairies it ./asn ���������: the tough!-  By the powers,' 'twas auito hard  enough.      -  Prouc*  Prisoner���������I'll no hobo, judge. I'm  walking from San Francisco to Para-  ma ,n a $10,000 bet.  Judge-^-Then what are you doing in  Illinois?  .  Prisoner���������Well, judge, to tell you the  truth, I don't care nothing for money!  ANOTHER   WRECK  What's the Use When There's en Easy  Way "Out-"  W- N. U.  988  A countryman and his bride applied at the box office for tickets.  Orchestra ��������� chalrs.parquet or family  circle? aski-d the ticket seller.  ���������Ahich will it be, Marier, said the  groom. "  Well, she replied with a blush. Being as how we are married now, perhaps It would be proper to sit in the  family circle.     . ' .   .-  Waiter,  lot late-  Hendonlsm  Young Bride (to waiter)���������  my husband liar, befcn here ���������  ly; I hope he's all right, eh?  Walter���������Oh, yes; he never- has more  than three glasses of beer. If he  were not happy he'd surety drink six.  Along--with the tea and "coffee habit  has grown the prevalent disease���������nervous prostration..  The following letter shows tho way^  out of ;he '.rouble:  "Five years :.go I was a great coffee drinker ^nd from its use I became  so nervous I could scarcely sleep at all  nights. My condition grew worse and  worse until finally (he physician I consulted declared my troubles were due  to coffee. (Tea is just as injurious  because it contains caffeine, the same  drug found in coffee).  "But being so wedded to tho beverage I did not see how I could do without it, especially at breakfast, as that  meal seemed incomplete without coffee.  "On a visit, my friendd deprived me  of coffee to provo t'*.at it was rarmful  At the -ntl of about eight days I was  less Lorvous but tho craving for coffee was intenr.0, so I went back to tho  old habit as soon as I got home and  tho old sleepless nights came near  making a wreck of me.  "I heard of Postum and decided to  try it. I did not '.ike it at first, because, as I afterwards discovered, it  was not mad' properly. : found, however,: that when made after directions  on the package, it was delicious.  "It had a soothing effect on my  nerves and none of the bad effects that  coffee had so I br.de farewell to coffee  and have use*" only Postum since. The  .most.wonderful account of the benefit  ,0 be deriveu from Postum could not  exceed my own experience."  Name gi/en by Canadian Postum  Co.,.Windsor, Ont. Write for a copy of  "The Road u  VVellville."  Postum now cornea in two forms:  Regular Postum���������must be well boiled.  Instant Postum���������is a soluble por/der.  A tt aspoonful dissolves quickly in a  cup of hot water and, with .croa'*_* and  sugar, makes a delicious bevoiage instantly.   Grocers sell both kinds.  "There's a Reason" for Postum.       ,  ���������    Noticed This  You'll find the same old twit'tcd ways  Wherever mankind flocks.  We" hand the dead ones, air the bouquets,- -' ' ... ���������  "  And hand the living- ones-"Knocks.   -  PILES CURED IN 6 TO "14 DAYS '  Your "druggist will -ref-md money if  PAZO OINTM2NLT., fails rto cure any  case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in (J to 14 'days. 50c.  He Hated a Hypocrite  I lespis'e'V. hypocrite.     *    ��������� - ':  So do I?  Now, "take Jackson,-, for- example. -Hf.  is the biggest hypocrite on'earth.,  But you appear to be his b.est.friend.  Oh, yes; I try'fo" "ppear friendlyitowards kirn.   s It .pays better iii' the end.r  A GUARANTEED REMEDY  . FOR LIimONES  Baby's Own '-.-'.lets-are the only  medicine for little ones that are sold  under a guarantee to be- perfectly  safe. These Tablets are backed by  the guarantee of a "government analyst to be strictly free from opiates,,  narcotics, aud other harmful drugs.  The mother may rest assured that sh������  can give them to even ie new-born-  babe with perfect safety. Thousands  of mothers use no other medicine for  their little ones, and from actual experience they all .say "nothing- can  equal the.Tablets in banishing childhood ailments. The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by nail at 25  cents a box freni The "r. Williams"  Medicine* Co., Brockville, Ont.  Rosemary���������A French actress who is  touring this country says all men are  prevaricators.  Thornton���������She probably judges the  entire male sex by her own press  agentB.  Soft coins are difficult to erxidicate,  but Ilolloway's Corn Cure yill draw  them out painlessly.     .  Mrs. Twicktrnbury Again.  You don't mea    to saj  that young  Smith is    married,    exclaimed    Mrs.  Twickembury.    Why,      he's    nothing  but i sapling!  .   . HOW'S   THIS?  We'.offer .One Hundred, Dollars Reward for any case of .Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh - Curs,  F. J. CHENEY & CO.,.Toledo. O.-  We, (he undersigned have known F. J;  t iency for tho,last lt> years ani3- believe  him perfectly honorable.In all, business  transactions and financially able to carry  out any obi .ration made by his firm."  '   NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.   -  Toledo. O..  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  acting dlrocl'y upon the blood and mucous surface: '���������f the system. Testimonials  sent free. Pr. 75 cents per bottle.  Sold   by   all   Dr   ;gl.bt3.  Take   ila.i'rj   Famil}   Pills   for   constipation.  ..'he���������What   was  the   doctor's' diagnosis?  lie���������Palpitation of the heart.  She���������Well,  why. doesn't    he ���������  away from  her?  keep  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Colds   Etc.  A bluffer,   like a new penny,  is  shiner till tlie glos-j wears off.  ������Mg*������*gaBffl������iiBia-ai^^  a '  1 '"P������������������������������������ mmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmMBammuamam  Woman--Is As Hid As  [S  No-woman wants to look old. Many in their effort to look  youthful resort to tllB"bor.utydoctor'a"preacriptIons.Thoirnii8-  take la that they vinit the wrong department in the drugstore.  Beauty dep'onds.upon health.  Worry, eleoplesi niffhta', headaches, paina, disorders, Irrcgo-  laritiCB and w&lcn'eisea or a distinctly feminine character in a  cbort time bfinjr.tho dull eye; the "crow's feet," the haggard  look, drooping shoulders, anci:the faltering step.  ��������� To retAin the appearance.'cf' youth you must'retain-health.  Instead of lotlohBj'-'powders and palnts.-osk your druggist for  This famous medicine strikes at the very root of thess  enemies o("your youthful-appearence. It makes you not  only lookyonae, but feel young.  'Yeurdruzgletcsn supply yeu In liquid or tablet rorm;or send  ' 60 one-winf ttmtipi tt Or. PtorcV* Invalid* Hotol and Sur-  ajlea! Institute, But (ale;M.YV end trial b������x will ba malted you.  Ill  I  M  Ml  K������������a!M^ SlIE SUX. GRAND FORKS. FlUTr^TT r'or/T^rpU  7/"l  '.ift\Clogged .iij> - -���������'  Thit't Why. You're . Tired���������Out of <  <3ottt-*-Have no Appetite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  L1VERP.LLS  "-; will put you right  - 5n a lew clays,  ,   They do  . flheir'diity.  Cure  Consti-  palion,  Bilioasnets, Indigestion, and Sick Headache..  Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature ���������"'  IWWgWWaWW)^^  M. Beal Lever Simulation  OLDWAT0HFR!  A straightforward genorons  offer   front   an   establlshod  firm.'   W������. srs flrlni an-sr  AVatchn - to   thomsndi   o(  psoplo all   ovor   tho  world    n������    a     hngo  sdvartlnetnent.     Now  Is    yoac   ehnn������������    to  obtain ono.   , Writs  -" now,' enclosing' 35  contj for ouo of  our  ���������Mhlo'iiaMs Lad lei'.  "I-oni     Oa������rd������,"    or  .,Goats' _Alborti,   sent  orrlano raid to wear  - with tho wsteh.'which,  will   l>o   iriveu    Frea  (the3a    watches    art  guaranteed flve years),  ���������hould you take ad-  ������������������'-,".- ,   *"~ ������antaeeolonr marrel-  lens 'offer. Wo ������is������ct yos to tell .roar friends  about us-and .shoir. them- tho beautiful -witcli.-  Don't thfnk this offer too cood to - lie true, but send  BS'centa to-day and Bain a Free Watch. - Yoa  '���������Wlrt-bo- amazed - HMLLUMS & LLOYD. Wholesale  Jaire'UeriCDept.US), 69, Cornwallis Road, London. H.���������  Eoxland. ��������� ��������������� - '. -,--.'*  anaiB>tsaamBB*>na>������nB������Ba������nB������KBaaB*saaaa>ai  ' ";   <��������� Two Powerful Arguments  The mayor of an Australian-mining  town had been away on leave, and as  he had outstayed it a vote of censure  -was passed-"upon him. At-the next  meeting of the council lie, in his capacity 'of 'mayor', directed the minutes  of' the. previous meeting to be "read,  ���������wTiictr contained the following ontry:  ' 'A'vote "of cen ure "was passed on  the mayor for." putstayin*:' his leave,  and* it was resolved to ask for an explanation.  '. Who proposed this vote of censure?  asked the mayor.  I did, said a councillor, standing up.  You did, did you? continued-'his interrogator, stepping from his presidential chair to the unfortunate member.  Then take thaU  With these words tho mayor smote  his enemy in the right e: e, and felled  him to .the ground. -, -  Who ��������� seconded this" resolution? ho"  again repeatoct.  Still no reply.  Then, said tha mayor, as there is no  seconder it is informal. Scratch it off  tho minutes.  TO   CURE  A   COLD   IN   ONE   DAY  ' Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE  Tablets. Druggists refund money if  it fails to . cure-. E. W.. GROVE'S  signature is on each box.     25c.  ' Tough Season , .  Hem���������Isn't   that ' Ravenyolp?  Haw���������Yes; he is just back from a  trip on the road.   . - -  ,Hem���������What was he doing this sea-  'sori?.      "    ,   ��������� '   s  : ; Haw���������Exhibiting a troupe of trained chickens..  ~ Hem���������What happ-ned to tlie show?  J-Iaw���������Business got had and he had  "to'eat the iverformers.  ' Book Free.    A simptt  Homo   treatment removet  lamp from this Hatty's breasC  Old sores, ulcers  and  growths cured,    Describe  (Mr trouble s we will send booh and testimonials,  taUst CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE. Hwitbo  10 CHURCHILt, AVB- TORONTO  mSSBBBKm  Write for J%������list-HJI  fj^andMexsu^VflMlPtij. Canada  4  We also buy Hides and Seneca root.  ~ISESHND HEALTH! (Q MOTHER AUD Silil-B.  lf������9. WiNSJiiow's SooTniNO'Svav? has been  Mi&iorovev 3IXT2 JfEARSby Mlf-WONS of  MOTHERS for tneir CHILDREN WHIMS  toKTBING. with PERFECT SUCCESS, r It  SOOTHKS the CHI*C,D.\ SOFTENS the GUMS.  ������������.Ai-8 all PAIN; CURES.WiND COUC/and  aftne best remedy tor X>IARRHC3^ Xt is ab������  ilolutelv haxinless. Be sure aud ask ior "WCra.  Wiaslow's Soothing Syrup, "and take ao ottei  Wnd,f. Twenty-live cents o Dottle.  When a mother detects from the  writhings and-fretting of a child that  worms are troubling it, she can procure no better remedy than Miller's  Worm Powders, which are guaranteed  to totally expel worms from thr system. They may cause vomiting, but  this need cause no anxiety, because it  is but a manifestation of their, thorough work.' No worms can long-exist  where those Powders are used.  Getting it Right  "Is your husbanc. in the habit of smoking between meals? .inquired the doctor of-'the patient's wife.  , Well, no, not exactly, she replied;  with him it's a case of eating between  smokes.       ' /  "Nerviline" Cures Cramps  End Misery Instantly  ...-..... ���������j  NO   REMEDY   SO   SPEEDY   OF   EF-  1 ICIENT  A : -.al cramp, cure?'  Yos, a real one���������in a twinkling the  cramp is a dead one, and the last  squirm is over, once you get a-stiff  dose of Nerviline oh the inside,  This isn't mere talk���������it's a solid,  truthful fact. No- other remedy���������not  a single one���������will cure cramps so  quickly and harmlessly ��������� as Nerviline,  It hits the spot in a jiffy and saves a-  hoap of misery.  "Last Saturday, night njy stomach  felt like an infernal'machine," writes  T. P. Granger.from Hartford. "I was  awakened from a sound sleep and  fo'au! myself suffering the worst kind  of toi tn- e. ��������� I was so doubled up i  could haidly cross my room. I had  used Nerviline before for the same  thing and took a real good doso. Once  I felt the warm, soothing sensation of  Nerviline in my stomach I knew I was  all right. It'finished ' the cramps-  just one single dose."  Sickness' at ��������� night is rendered a  nightmare of .the past if Nerviline is  handy." It may be earache, toothache  or cramps. Nerviline in every case  will cure at once and- save calling the  doctor. ��������� Nerviline is a family physician in itself. The large 50c. family  size bottle of course, is most economical. Small trial size costs a quarter.     All dealers sell Nerviline.  Well Served  A rather amusing incident occurred  during tlie '-ere-ction of .-, factory in  Lancashire.  A new hand, an Irishman, had been  taken on as laborer, and the signal-  for mortar was a sharp whistle.  Just below the ��������� bricklayers, who  were making up the Avails, were the  joiners, who happened lo be fixing  the floor joists.  Ono day a happy thought struck  one of them to play a trick on Paddy.  Presently a whistle was given, whereupon the now hand filled tho hod with  mortar aud ascended. - When 'he got  to (he top tlie bricklayer said:  I didn't whistle-for any mortar.  -I thought ye did, said the'hod man.  [ didn't. So go down again aud  don't bring any more until I whistle.  A few minutes elapsed, when a  sharp whistle was heard, again. Up  wont our friend and, with an air of  certainty, said. ,  Sure an' ye whistled thij toime?  I  didn't,   said  the  bricklayer.  Then who did whistle? angrily demanded Pat.  I 'do.i't know, said the bricklayer,  unless it be them joiner claps down  there. /  Whereupon tlie Irishman, turning  round and emptying the contents of  tlie hod upon the heads of the men,  shouted gleefully:  An'' whistle when ye want some  nioare! ^  KIDNEY TROUBLE  IS HEREDITARY?  BUT DODD'S    KIDNEY   PILLS   ALWAYS CURE IT  Br*ol������ll'OUT OFSORTS'-Jlt/><DO\YM'or'(X>TTHC BLUB*  ami (rom KIDNEY,  BLADDER.  XRRVOUa  DISSAIEtV  ItOKIC WBAKMESUF.S.UI.CBKS.SKIN ERUPTIONS.PILESl  ��������� <src*a for my FREK book, the most instructitx  MEDICAL iOOK EVER WRITTEK.IT TELLS ALL about thait  SEASES tnd thl RKUARKABLE CURES EJECTED kV  IB NEW FREHCH REMEDY. N*1.N������3.N.&  "HERAPION Brs&S  * tb*remedy for YOUKOWHaUmant. Don't aaadcusa.  ttJwolatilrFREK. No'followap'clrculiri. DlXlCLEtW  |Se������. Co. H>vemtoc* kd. Hah? stead, Lomoom.j���������  All Spent  First Chorus Ladj-���������Whatever possessed Trixie to throw young Softly  over?- I 'thought ho had any amount  of money.  Second Clio/us Lady���������So lie had���������  before he began to go with Trixie.  The make-up man on the Boston  "Herald" deserves a spanking. Just  below an article'to tho effect that  "Marriage make;.- men live longer," he  places a news story headed as follows:  "Twins! He is told; Father drops dead.  Try   Murine   Eye    Remedy  H you .have;Ked, Weak, Watery Eyes  br Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart  ������������������Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists* Sell  Murine Eya Remedy, Liquid, 25a, 50c.  Murine Eye Salve in Asoptic Tubes,  iSc; 50c.    Eye Books Free by Mail.  ^ An Eya Tonic Qood tor All Byae that Mend Oars  gaurlno Eyo  Remedy Co.,  Cfaic&ao  W.  N.  U. 988  Dresden Man, Who lnherited/Trouble,  Finds Speedy Relief and Permanent  CureMn Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Dresden,  Ont,   (Special).���������Whether  Kidney disease is hereditary or not is  a matter   of opinion.     Mr.    Samuel  Burkett/a well known resident of this  place, is convinced" that he inherited  his from-his parents.     He knows that  Dodd's- Kidney' PiHs cured it. "  "I inherited my Kidney Disease  from my parents," Mr. Burkett states.  "I was treated by a doctor, and tried  various medicines, but It was not till  about eighteen months ago when I  6tartedto use Dodd'c Kidney Pills that  I got "any* permanent rol* f.  ' "Since 'then I have not felt any effect of my old trouble, and. I feel that  anybodv troubled with Kidney Disease  will be benefited by the use of Dodd';-  Kidney Pills if they follow directioLS  closely.  "I hope that others may be helped  by Dodd's Kidney Pills. I am well  known here, and anybody who wishes  more particulars of my cure can h'ave  them by writing me and enclosing  stamps for. reply." .������������������...���������;".������������������. -  Dodd's Kidney Pills never fail to  cure any foix". of Kidney Disease.  ���������;���������'��������������������������� A Phrase Exemplified      .  ; You do not offer enough.  I don't quite got you, duke, said the.  . That's the idea. You' don't quite  g'et me. Another lady has raise!  your bid.   .      .   "  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria  School Teacher���������What lesson do we  learn from the busy .bee?  Tommy Tuftnut���������Not to get stung.  Little Elsie (after being lactured)���������  Mamma, the commandments brealc  awful easy, don't they?  Quickly stops coughs,  curea colds, and heals  tho throat and luncB.       ::       *i       23 cents;  ..That new hired njan of yours must  have been a book-keeper before he  came to you.  Why so?  I notice that every time he stops  work for a few minutes he tries to put  the pitchfork behind his ear.  An Anomaly  Willy���������Pa, what's an anomaly?  Colonel���������An anomaly, sah, is a bed  of mint in prohibition torritory.  Customer���������Have you tne new edition of Pepy's Diary? , <  Assistant���������Oh, no, sir, next ysar's  diaries haven't conic clown yet. I  '   Hard-Working James'  Now, James, said" the joiner to his  apprentice. I am going but. I don't  expect I shall be long, and you can be  planing up that t-jn-by-eight beam till  I come back.  But, alas! misfortune overtook the  joiner. He "slipped at the bottom of  the street, sprained his ankle, and had  to be taken home.  The next day, towards evening he  hobbled into his workshop and was  confronted by an enormous pile of  shavings.. James  war; invisible.  Jim! he called.  Halloa!  came a far-off echo.  Where are you?  Down here under the shavings!  W-why���������what are "you up' to?  Planing that b3am up.. You told me  to keep at it till you came back; but if  you'd kept away any longer there'd  have been none left.  ��������� It was, perhaps, just as-well for Jim  that his master's accident had disabled his foot.  Grand Opera Birds    .  Live birds have figured largely in  recent stage productions, .-.nd the following conversation may take ��������� place  at any, moment.  Lady (to poulterer)���������Your geese are  very dear today, aren't they?  -  Poulterer���������Madam, I can assure you  that all the birds in this row have appeared in grand opera. ��������� I can do you  a pantomine" goose lit a rather cheapen  rate. "  .flakes Breathing Easy.���������The constriction of the air passages and the  struggle for breath, too familiar evidence of asthmatic trouble, cannot  daunt -Dr. J." D., Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This is1 the famous remedy  whlch is known far and wide^for its  complete effectiveness even under  very severe conditions. It is no untried,' experimental - preparation, but  one with many, years, of strong service  behind it. Buy-it from your'nearest  dealer.  Wants to Capitalize'His Prospects  Mr. Rocks���������So you want to marry  my daughter. Well, young man,  what are your prospects?  Young Man���������Excellent���������if you do  not spoil them.  A man cannot always be known by  his looks, for ho may be. cross-eyed.  Autres Temps Autres Mocurs   a  Her feet beneath her petticoat,  Like little mice stele in and out,  As if' they feared the lighr.  But sinct she split it into halves  We see two sportive little calves  Come boldly into sigit!  IN MISERY  AT  MEAL  TIME  instead of sallow skin and face  blemishes she ought to "possess  the clear complexion and the  beauty of nature and good  health. Any woman afflicted  or suffering at times from  headache, backache, nervousness, languor and depression.,  of   spirits���������ought   to   try1  the safest, surest, most convenient and most economical  remedy known. Beecham's  Pills remove impurities, insure  better digestion, refreshing  sleep, and have an excellent  general tonic effect upon the  whole bodily system. They have  a wonderful power to improve  the general health, while by  purifying the blood, Beecham's  Pills   clear   the   skin   and  Sold everywhere,   Iu boxes, 25 cents.  No  woman  should fail to read the vxluabl*  directions with ever/ 1)01  Indigestion Can Be Cured by the Use  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  If your digestion' is weak you cannot derive proper nourishment from  your food. The pain and distress you  suffer is a protest from your stomach  that it-is unable to do its work. It  is then that you lose all appetite,  have dull headaches, acute pains in  the chest and abdomen; heartburn  and other' distressing symptoms.  You cannot, cure indigestion by the  use of laxatives and predigested foods  only make the stomach more sluggish.  Indigestion can only be cured by giving tone   to   and   strengthening   the  nerves that control the'stomach. _   Dr.  Williams' Pink vPills Jiave cured indigestion times without number, because  they purify and enrich the'blood.     In  t'.iis way they improve the appetite,  dispel tho torments of indigestion and  enable you to derive benefit from the  food you,take.     The following is proof  of these   statements.       Mrs.   George  Brien,   Great   Shemogue,  N.B.,   says:  "A few years ago I was taken down  with a fever which left me suffering  f.oni   nervous   stomach   trouble-  "opp-irently got over it, but the trouble could not have been wholly eradicated, as during the summer of 1!)12 I  wa3 taken down with it again.   I took  many medicines, and was attended by  two different doctors, but instead o.f  ge'Mng  well  seemed  to  be  growing  worse." I could not eat without suffering the most intense pains:  even a  drink of milk seemed to'upset me.   I  slept poorly~and at fast dreaded to see  night come.   In this condition I saw in  a   rtofffpaper  the  story  of a  woman  who lud  s'rcilarly suffered and  v.-'is  cured through  the use of    Dr.    Williams' Pink Pills.      I decided  to  t*-y  the Pills ar.d found by the time I Viad  taken three   boxes   that   they   ware  holv'-r.g me.      I  continued using  the  Pills  until  t  bad taken  eight bo.:������;������.  when the trouble had disappeared,''md  I  have to thank ������Dr.  Williams'   Pi.ik  Pills'' fur :*t"3'-y*Ing: my health after t  had practically given up hope of evor  being well -���������������������**in." "'  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by  all medicine dealers or will lie suit  bv mail at 50 :-ents a box or six b*>ves  for -$J 50 by .'ritlng The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., brockville, Ont.  ' An eminent scientist, the other day,  '���������-fave his opinion that the .most wonderful discovery of recent years was  ���������tho discovery of Zam-Buk. Just  think! As soon as a single thin layer  of Za.in-.Buk Is applied to a wound or  a sore, such injury is insured agaiust  blood poison ! Not one species of  mlcrobo has been found that Z-am-lUin  does not kill!  Then again. As soon an Zam-Buk  Is applied to a sore, or a cut, or to  ekiu disease, it stops tho smarting.  That is why children are such frlenda  of Zam-Buk. They care nothing for  the science of the thing. All they  know is that Zam-Buk Btops their  pain. Mothera should never forget  this. ' '     '  Again. As soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased  part, the cells beneath tho skin's- surface .are so,' otimulated that new  uoallhy tissue is-quickly formed. Thia  forming of fresh healthy tissue from  below is Zam-Buk's secret of healing.  The tissue thus formed is worked up  to the surface and .literally casts ort  the diseased tissue above it. This ia  why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.  Only -the other' day Mr. Marsh, ot  101 Delorimler Ave., Montreal, called  upon the Zam-Buk Co. and told them  that for over -twenty-five years he  had been a martyr to eczema. Hia  hands were at one time so .covered  with sores that' ho had to sleep in  gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk was  Introduced to him, and In a few  months it cured him. To-day���������over  three years after his cure of a disease  ho had - for twenty-five years���������he In  still cured, and has had no trace of  any return -of the eczema!  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.  box, or we will send free trial box if  you send this advertisement and a lc.  stamp (to pay return postage). Ad������  drp.8*������ Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  Not Safe in' Selling  While travelling in Scotland a Canadian stvw a very :-no shepherd dog,  and tried to induce his, owner to sell  him.  Wad ye be takin' him to Canada?  inquired the Scot.  Yes, indeed!  replied the Canadian.  t thought as muckle, said 'the old  man!-    I couldna part wi' Nero.  While they were talking an English  tourist  came  along,  and  'he  own .*  sold the dog to him for less than the  Canadian offered.  . You told me you wouldn't sell that  dog.'  Na, na; I know he will come back  in a day or Jwo, but he couldna swim  the Atlantic.  The publisher of the best Farmer's  paper in the Maritime Provinces in  writing to us states:  ' "I would say that I do not know of  a'medicine that has stood the test of  time" like MINARD'S LINIMENT. It  has been an unfailing remedy in our  householdM ever since I can remember, and has outlived dozens of would-  be competitors and imitators,"  Carriage Lady  j-i woman, dressed in faded finery  was put in the dock on a charge o{ being drunk and disorderly.** -'  After the magistrate had been told  that she refused to walk to tho police-  station and had to be taken there on  the ambulance the piisoner explained:  I was drunk. Why should I walk? I  am a carriage lady.  The Magistrate���������Well, pay the carriage hire; five doli-a'S.  Oh, So Sudden  George���������Darling, I want yju to como  ���������with me to-morrow afternoon and see  a diamond.       ,,  Edna���������This-is so sudden.  George���������Oh, I me:.nt a baseball diamond.  The Tie That Binds  Wife-���������i am a bundle of nerves!  Sympathetic    Husband���������Well,      30  long as the string doesn't break, you  will be all right, my dear!  As  Everybody  Knows  How are you modern women on the  skirt qurc'^n?    asked    the    ancient  shade.  Divided,' bawled the young potentia'.  spirit, informatively.  Who'd Blame Him  Ballard���������Why didn't Hawley take  that job today? He's been idle more  than a year.  Littleton���������Well, if he Parted to  work now he wouldn't get r. vacation  this summer.  Not .. Professional  Ned���������What did Miss Petite say after you kissed her?  Ted���������Sho told me to call on Friday hereafter, e.cause that was amateurs' night.  Pooi   Engineering  To learn the tango Harry had an itch,  But all his labored efforts were in  vain;  His clumsy-hands misplaced the lady's  switch,  His awkward feet comrlPtrly wrecked her train'  Mistress (whj has just drunk a  glass of water in tho hall)���������That water had a queer taste, Jane.  Tliero ain't a Lve germ in it, mum,  I ran it through tht meat chopper before I broight It to you.  PRIVATE OFFICE  Cramming down ill-chosen  food, and rushing back to  work, leads straight to dyspepsia, with all it means In  misery.  Proper habits of eating,  with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each  meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness.  A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but  50c. -at your Druggist's.  National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.  148 ''J i  '. I  ! I  \A  i  if  *  THE   SUN,    iRAND   FORKS,   b. C.  Sty? (gran& Jtekk|lmt  G,,A. Evans. Editor and Publisher  SUBSOKIPTION BATHS I  Jiie Zear *1.50  ') lie Tear (In advance)  1.00  One Year, In United States  1.60  ' Address all communloatlons to  Thb Grand Forks Sun,  Hhons K74 Grand Comes, B.C  FRIDAY, JUNE 2ft,  1914  \V. J. Bowser,  attorney  general,  has announced his intention of tour  ing   the' interior   of the province.  Mr. Bowser has also made the statement that the regulations  intended  to make the Doukhobors live up  to  the laws will be absolutely enforced.  It is  now  two or three years since  the   attorney   general   first    made  this   assertion.,   We   are   therefore  quite familiar with it.   The fact that  it has been made so often in the past  without bringing   any results, and  the people of   this portion of the  province may well  be   pardoned  if  they are  inclined to be sceptical regarding Mr. Bowser's latest  manifesto.    This fact, however,  we feel  confident, will not prevent the good  Tories of this city from entertaining  Mr.   Bowser   when   he   arrives in  Grand Forks. Mr. Bowser will come  here and make some specious promises.    The Tories will be be satisfied  and call him a jolly   good   fellow.  And the Doukhobors  will  continue  to break the laws as heretofore. *  IS OF THE CITY  Mr. Justice Clement opened a session of the supreme court in this  city on Tuesday morning. Previous  to taking up the regular court business Justice Clempnt was presented  with a congratulatory address by E.  Miller on behalf of the Bar association. Mr. Clement made an appropriate response, thanking the members of the bar for their-expressions  of welcome.  There are six civil cases on the  docket. Up to the time of going  to press only one had been tried.  This was Carter vs. The Granby  company, a suit brought for damages  under the workmen's compensation  act. A decision in favor of the defendant company was handed down.  A. Macneil for plaintiff, E. Miller  for defendant compnny.  Wednesday a recess was taken.  and yesterday another workmen's  compensation case was argued before a jury. It is expected that a  decision will be handed do.wn this  forenoon.  ALARM CLOCKS  For these dark mornings  produce a tendency r to  sleep in. Best-' thing you -  can get to counteract this  tendency, is a good relia-r  ble alarm clook. Our  ��������� stock is large, our prices  are low, and every clock'  is Guaranteed.-  A. D. MORRISON i%T^o^Il%%u  in the Flathead   valley.    The office  of this company is   in. Greenwood  Recently E.   R." Redpatb,    of   this  city,   visited   the   Flathead and i-e  cured more land for  the   coturinny.  The com pa'ny has  secured   the   ser  vices of an   expert   from   the   California oil fields to-exa'mine and   re  port on its holdings  .   is now open for, business with'ji, frill stock.of '  ,     . Flour, also Feed' for - Horses, Cows; - Pigs and '..���������-'  Hens at,fair prices,' and we solicit a'_share of  your patroivige. . '       \    ,       '' - \   '       ~. ''  A Car   of   Cement and   a Gar   of  Seed,  Wheat, Oats and Barley. 1 >     J  arrived this week.    Also a full line .'of-Interna-'  -'tional Stook Food'-on   hand.-   .Satisfaction  Guaranteed. ' --.   "   _ -       . "��������� ,  Show   Rooms on   First   Street and Warerooms in Colombia -"  Peace in Mexico appears to be  closer. 'If it does eventually come,  if will take the Mexicans some time  to get used to the new condicion of  things.  Next Monday will be election day  in Ontario. The province would  look good, and would be good, back  in the Liberal column.  Labor department reports show  that while the cost of living is decreasing in the United States,  Europe and Australasia, Canada is  becoming a more expensive place in  which to live. Will some economist please explain this c/indition?  Surely our tariff���������but no���������it cannot  be.���������Ottawa Citizen.  The Hedley Gold Mining company has the work on its dam well  advanced, and is now receiving bids  for the hydroelectric plant to be  installed. In the note on the" dividends declared by this company during the present year it should have  been stated that in addition to the  dividends of 3 per cent per quarter  the company has declared a bonus  of 2 per cent, making the quarterly,  distribution of profits of 5 per cent  per quarter, equal-tj $60,00U or  0120,000 for the half year. This  brings the total amount of profits  distributed by the company in four  and a half years to Si;320,000, or  110 per cent on the capitalization.  Wednesday, July 1, Dominion  day, being a- public .holiday, the  post-office will be closed all day with  the exception of one hour, from 3  till i p.m., when the general delivery wicket will be open for the  delivery of letters.  The   Canada   Western   Oil com  pany has held land for many years  ' C A. Mix returnpd;on Saturday  from a (rip to Ca m;. He -thinks it  will be the first of September before  trains will he running between Midway and Pentictonover the Kettle  Valley line. * \^  Dr. Dickson,  of Phoenix,   is in"  the city today giving-evidence  in   a  case being tried before. Mr.   Justice  Clement under the workmen's* conV  pensation act. '*���������..'  -The rank of page wilj be put' on  at the' regular meeting of Grand  Forks Lodge No. s30, Knights of  Pythias, on Thursday evening.  William ^Johns, of Greenwood,  has been appointed weed inspector  for the district between Grand  Forks and Tulameen.  Mr. Steeves, principal of the Nelson high school, will conduct the  high school examinations in this  city.  Mrs. E. R. .Redpath and son  George are visiting friends in Greenwood this week.  Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mclntyre left  this morning on a trip to Spokane.  The   supreme   court   will'sit   in  Greenwood next Monday.  Will-beautify the home and  give a rich" appearance and  finish to a room that. cannot  be given in any other way.  Our new papers will enable  you to do this. See our samples and be convinced.  WoodlandC&Qiiinn  The Rexall Druggists  DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ffifc  gulating Pill for Women.   $5 a box or three for.  $10.   Sold at all Drug Stores, or mailed to any  address on rccelptof price.   The Scobxij. Drug  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario.    Restores  Vim and  Vitality; for Nerve'and Brain; increases "grey  matter"; a Tonic���������will build you up. $3 a hox, or  two for $5, at drug stores, or by mail on reecirt  of priccoTHB Scobeli, Drug Co., St. Catharine*  vOntario.        - '  PHOSPHONOL FOR MEN.  AT.YOUR  SERVICE.  Modern.-Rigs aiicl .Good  Horses jib All /.Hours': at  the," , - "   . ,  :  od.el Livery Barn  Barns fif O'Ray, Props.  Phone 68-      * Second Street  TICK BY Tl  T  G. M. Fripp went lo Spokane this  morning.  Leaves Grand Forks Every Tuesday and Friday at 7:30 a.m.  from F. E. Shanfz' Office, Bridge Street ^  Returning, Leaves Gloucester Every Wednesday and Saturday  Good accommodations for passengers. A limited amount of  perishable freight will also be carried. First-class hotel at  Gloucester for travellers, THOMAS FUNKLEY, Proprietor.  Model 10 Remington typewriter for  sale; machine only used n short- time  Enquire Sun office.  METEOROLOGICAL  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for earli  diiy   during   the   past    week, as re-  ! corded by tho government thermnm  'eier on K. V. Laws' rnnch:  Miv.  Max.  June 19���������Friday.'    4G  '.80  j          20���������S-aurd-iv" ....  47"  68  .   21���������Sunday.,  4*2  60  22���������Monday .' 33  70  23���������Tuesday   42  72  J24���������Wednesday:. 44  (>:-,  25���������Thursday  54  Tl  Inches  Rainfall    0 67  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (SECTON 24)  XS THE' M >TTI-"R of an application'fur duplicate Certificates of Titlu No. 5676 to  Lot  14, Block  11, Map  23,  Citv of  Grand  NOTICE IS HKRE-IY GIVEN that. it. Is my  intention at the expfrution of mie month  from the date of the first publication hereof,  to issue duplicate Ccrtitloiite of Titles to  sild lands issued to Georgo H. Rutherford,  unless in tho meantime 1 shall receive ralid  objections thereto in writing."  Dated  at Kamloops, B. C , r and  Registry  Office this nth day of June, A.1). 1914.  C H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  I       II  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD    AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PH0NF64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  WHITE WYANDOTTES  S. G. RHODE ISLAND REDS  EGGS FOR HATCHING   ,  - Orders'taken for day old chicks   ,  L have" two nice pens ,of White  Wyandottcis -mited up, andune each  of Reds.  Prices from either pen. ornme pen  you like, 62 00-per 12, 83 50 por "24'  $o OU per 36 D-iy-old chicks, 25<:  eiic-h     ~ -  .All infertile eggs are" replaced providing they are returned after test mi  the 10th day.  Fifty set tins? liens wanted. Let me  know what you have got.  El. E..W. Mills  ORAND    FORKS,   B.   C.  Geo. E. Massie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Ev.ery Description '.  Bridge Street  Grand Forts, B. G.  A feeling of superiority is the sole  satisfaction some men get out of  be  ing good.  They are usually; best  and  most~satisfactory -  in the end. -    -  lY'S BEST  BOTTLED BEER  is a home product of  real- merit. - Get a  a case today and try it  now.   Ask for it.  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY    -  Yale  Barber Shop  Kazor Honing a Speoialty.        \  P. A. "Z.   PARE, -Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street.  flat-tin flullen  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Coal  OFFICE At  The Mann DrugCo. 's Stor e  PHONB 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forts Transfer  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for  Teaming of  All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  ���������  Trains. ���������������������������'���������:������������������.'������������������������������������'; '"[  Mclntyre 8  LVicInnis, Proprietors THE   SUM,    GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  Government Sends an Engineer to Examine the Forth  Fork Properties %  A. G. Larson, the well known  mining engineer, who has been appointed by the ,provincial government to'make an-examinntion of the  mineral resources iif Franklin camp,  ' arrived-in the city.oh Tuesday from  ' Victoria, .accompanied by" C. D  V-.riU. ';   :    \   , - ;     '      ''"' *      ' '  - A special meeting of the.board of  trade was held Wednesday niurning  to arrange for the trip up the rive-.  It'was decided to engage an auto 10  take, Messrs. Larson and Verrill, to  Franklin, and that F. M. Kerby  should accompany them as a guide  and\ to su ply them with "ny information ������ hich they might require.  -   It  was   also  decided  to send up a  - photographer-later to tike phot<s  of the various' pro) erties .and topographical views o-be embodied in  Mr. Larson's report. The parly left  forFrarikhn at 2 o'clock Wednesday  afternoon.and will remain there until next Sunday, when an auto will  be sent up the river for the purpose  of bringing the members back to  this city. - ..  If .Mr. Larson makes a favorable  report,.it is expected that "the government will -bring pressure to bear-  on the Kettle Valley line to extend  its* North Fork branch from  Lynch  . c e -k to Franklin.  i..  tb: learn that be" had gained a victory  by the close shave of only 'one run,  the score being 15 to 14 in his favor.  Both batteries at times did brilliant  work, but- eventually the batsmen  got the best of the curves, and the  outfielders were given all the .wprlc  they could attend to. The sprinting  between bases was very swift. At  one time Dr. Tompsett- imagined  that he"had a'paiient on 'third, and  slid across the'diamonds* that bag;  then ; got up and steadied himself,  and beat the ball to the home plate,  The attendance was very large, all  the automobiles in the city being  drafted into serviee to transport the  crowd. It had been intended to run  excursion trains,from,the neighbor  ing towns, but'they were cancelled  owing to the damp weather. However, >in spite of this, the grandstand  was well tilled-with ladiee. At the  end of the game Mr. Pare was presented with a beautiful bouquet, the  gift of hif?-admirers. The following  were the players and-their positions:  LITTLE SHAVERS. COUNTER CHARMS  P. A. Z   Pare P....N. L   iMcIimes  sWeir  C.-.T-... '.McLho-J  Fripp  JB  E  Miller  Coryell  .*. 2B...W.J Mclntvre  Tompsett...! 3B ...'  Brock  Fisher ."..-....!.'. ti.S Qui mi  Milson ." L.F .'.Gardner  Metcalfe  C.F Hvokman  Traunweiser  11. F...: Savage  Umpire���������Green.  that migbt.occur from bridges as yet  uncompleted oh the stretch of line  from Pentictonto Summit.'  Exciting Baseball Game  * iAn .exciting baseball .-game was  played Wednesday afternoon at the  Agricultural. park"between Peter "A.  Z. Pare's and N. L. Mclnnes' semi-  professional teams. -After a terrific  s ugging battle,Mr. Pare was amazed  The, announcement was made at a  meeting, held last week, of the Pen  ticton committee of the Western  Canada- Irrigation *essr>ciation that  delegates to the forthcoming convention of the association to' be held  at Penticton on August 17, 18 and  19 will be brought "over the Kettle  Valley line. A special irain will be  Operated from Nelson on the morning of the 16th and will go from that  city to Summit, back of Kelowna,  whencethe passengers .will be transferred to Kelowna by auto, making  the balance of. the.journey up the  lake by boat ������ This will not only  give the delegates a better idea of the  geographical points of the entire  Valley, but it will obviate any delay  ;   Purity as a Preservative  In a few favored localities, notably  in high altitudes, perishable food  products keep a surprisingly" long  time. This is' due to the gjeater  purity of the air as regards freedom  from bacterin, molds, and ��������� similar  growths which causefermentation and  decay, fn sparsely settled parts of  the Black Hills of South Dakota, for  example, meat and milk can be left  out of d -firs for a long' time before  they will spoil.  S'imo certified milk dairies fill the  stable, with steam a short time before  milking   This clears the air.of dust.  J.    A.   Spears,    of - Clinton, ��������� Ohio,  through very careful methods, managed to piodiice milk that kept sweet  for seventeen days without  the   use  of-ice, and, of   course,   without   the  use   of   preservatives      Mr.   Spears  nearly overdid the matter, for one*of  his customers who desired sour milk  had    difficulty   in    making jt sour  She had been   accustomed   to   mill*  that would sour overnigh', and Mr.  Sp'ears' milk did not.    Slv took him  to task for using preservatives, an'o1  was .greatly   surprised    when   she  learned that if milk- was   pure   and  was k'-pt in a pure place   it   would  stay sweet for more than one day.  The consumer ought to know  more about these things that are so  well known to producers  When Buying  zA Babjr  Carriage  Why Not Buy- Q  The Best ���������  Four cars of ore from the Union  mine were brought down to the  smelter from "Lynch creek by the  Kettle Valley line on Wednesday.  A story is told of a shipwrecked  sailor who was thrown upon the  beach of a strange island. Hearing  voices in the distance, as be crawled  out on the sand, he feared that, he  had been thrown upon a land of  cannibals. He hid'himself in the  brush and remained for three days,  when from over a knoll came the  sound of revelry. . Finally, being  unable to stand the pangs of hunger  any longer, he crept out and .crawled  toward the camp. Lying down to  avoid being seen, he listened intently, when all at once .he heard one  say, "Why in h���������1 didn't you play  that ace of hearts before?" He rose  up rejoicing, with the remark,  "Thank God, they are  Christians."  For Sale���������33 Winchester   repeater;  take-down.  Apply this office  We have a large assortment of. the best  makes, chosen for Quality and  Comfort.  The comfort of baby is essential if he is to  be  the  healthy,  happy  child you wish.  Call and inspect our line of* these goods.  PRICES   TO   SUIT   EVERY   ONE.  MILLER^GARDNER  Hardware  We Home Furnishers  Crockery"  The  Sun  is  the  best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  We Carry a Large  Assortment of  Which are Strictly Fresh. Do not put off your seeding until  too late.. We have all kinds of medicines and tonics for  horses anp stock, lf.vour horse is nob feeling just right call  and see us.    Ij you are thinking of building get  our prices on  , LIME, CEMENT AND PLA TER  ..-.'��������� ,' /  Have you tried "Otir Best" Flour?  $1.75 per 50 lbs, $3.50per 100 lbs.  GRAND FORKS  FEED Ofc. PRODUCE COMPANY  Special Discounts for Cash  HANSEN 8 CO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  52, Gait Goal  ���������N  ow  Office!  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Telf.phonkb ;  OEfICK, R(i6  HANSEa'S RESIDBNCE.R38  0WICK.M6-       ���������Ffrst Street  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made to Order.  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Our work is done in our own  office and is under the supervision of a man engaged in  the printing business for the  past twenty years, twelve  of which have been devoted  to the requirement of the  printing purchasers of this  city and surrounding district  "If you ha\e not already  favored us with an order for  Printing of Quality, better  let us submit samples and  quote prices on that office  stationery you will shortly  be requiring.  Telephone No. R74  Q  O  h  0  b  MWLH8HUMI1MMMMW1 ETHE SUN, GRAND FORES, BRITISH COLUMBIA*  'r:"!::~r;-&y;^  '-������k  WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH OR EXCHANGE  Farm lands, Wild or-Improved, also hotels, livery business, black-smith  shop, hardware or General Store'. Wo have clients who-are open to pur-  ���������chase or exchange clear title Winnipeg property- for any of the above;  Write us full particulars ot anything you have to offer for sale, or desire to acquire. If in the City for the Bonspiel or at anv other time,  call at our office and talk the matter over.  SCOTT, HILL & CO.,  22 Canada Life Building, - Winnipeg, Man.  rm  Prairie Harvester Oil  *otops friction and wear. Non-corroding. Not affected by weather.  Capitol Cylinder Oil  The most effective and economical lubricant for steam engine  cylinders. ���������  Recommended by engine builders everywhere.  ' i t  Atlantic Red Engine Oil Premier Gasoline  Renown Dynamo Oil -  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Toronto       . Montreal Winnipeg Vaneourel  Ottawa Quebec ���������   Calgary Edmonton  Halifax St. John Regina Saskatoon  E  D  D  Y'  S  W  A  S  H  B  O  A  R  D  S  /  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  Have a Special Crimp That  Makes Washing Very Easy.  Sav*  Time  and Temper  Are  Easy  on Hands,  and    Clothes  E  D  D  V  S  W  A  S  .-.  B  O  A.  R  D  S  The First Oil Wei! ���������  The location of- the first oil .well in  the United States is ' claimed by several states. Tho Wheeling Intelligencer, reviewing- the oil industry of West  Virginia, says there-was an cil well on  the banks' of the' Kanawha river at  tho present site of. Charleston ''fifty-  one years befor: the Drake- well at  Titu'sville, Pa., ushered in the petroleum industry of the world.  It is probable that there were, such  wells in other states. ��������� Kentucky, had  one at p-n early day, but its possibilities were so little realized that'nothing was done with it beyond bottling  a'limited" .portion of the product'and  peddling it out.as a-liniment! As to  the priority of these old-time wells, it  is a matter of small importance,-since  the' birth-'of the petroleum business  dates from the -"anions Titusvillo discovery referred to by the Intelligencer. _  West Virginia did not become a  large oil producer until about twenty  years ago, although -oil operations of  varying character have been going "n  at intervals in that state almost since  tho beginning of development in.Pennsylvania. There . as a fairly flourishing industry prior to the civil war,  but it was crushed -ou'c during the  period of hostilities, and for many  years thereafter it was struggling for  existence. Production reached high-  water mark in 1900. when the output  of the West Virginia wells amounted  to more than 16,000,000 barrels. It  has not been so large In any subsequent year, though West Virginia  stands .* igh on the list as an oil-producing state. The production for 1912  was -12,200,000 barrels. In "value it  exceeded that of any other year with  the sole exception of tho record year  of 1900.  FOR  ���������-.Pink  Eye,, Eplzootlo  Shipping   Fever.  and Catarrhal  Fever  Sure euro anil'positive preventive, no matter how horses at  iii.- ass are-infected or "exposed;" Liquid,-given on tn������  tongue", acts on tho Blood and Glands, expels, the poisonous  gcrmrrfron:' the body. Cures Distemper. In Dogs and -sheep,  and Cholera In Poultry. ' Largest selling' live stock renieciy.  Cures La Grippe among human beings-and'la'a fine icicmoy'  remedy. Cut this out. Keep it. Show it .to your druggist,  who-will get it for you.   Free Booklet.   *-���������������n������ir,n������r. Cause.  "Distemper, Cause*  nml   DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL-WHOLESALE   DRUGGISTS .  SPOHN   MEDICAL  CO.,  Chemists,  and   Bacteriologists,   Goshen.   Ind.,-U.S.A.-  ~���������::y"-:.aa������fii"r",;7  '&>  Moving cars and railroad  yards aro -great attraction  for boya. But think how  many tx&va been cripplod in  thl������ dangrsr'oui sport.   .  Keap your children away  from the railroad, f  FARMERS  Can always make sura of getting the highest prices for WHEAT, OATS,  BARLEY and FLAX, Ly shipping their car lo's to FOR*. Wli_LIAM AND  PORT ARTHUR and having them sold on commission by ������  THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY  THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS  ADDRESS   700-703.Y.,   GRAIN    EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG  Misinterpreted  Crushleigh���������Oh, I say, Miss Passay,  can you interpret a dream for me?  MiS3 Passay���������How very interesting!  I'll try.  Crushleigh���������Thanks, awfully I It's  that one over then' iu pink. She  speaks nothing but French.   -  The Mother Tongue  Does Miss Dc Gabb resemble her  mother?  Not  so   much  at first   sight;   but  when  she  begins  to  talk," there's  a  speaking likeness.  A Good Salesman  What? cried the careful housewife.  You charge ine one dollar for these  potatoes?       .   " s  Yes, ina'am, answered the polite  grocer. That is the very lowest  price we can sell them to you for.  How is it that* I can get them from  own's for ninety cents, then?  Unless worms be expelled from the  system, no child can be healthy. Mother Graves'- Worm Exterminator is the  best medicine extant , t* destroy  worms.  i       .  Early Prowes  Pa, stated little JLiodd Rott, th j small  so i of the distinguished statesman,' I  heard a man say that you used to be  sc crooked that you had to sleep  wound around a stump.   Is that so, pa.  When I twas younger,   Doddie,   replied the Hon. Thomas Rott, with be-"  coining modesty, I was the best ath  lete in the neighborhoo !.  Wler'ry Maidens  A maiden ,at Rawllngs; Wyoming,  By   the  window  her  hah*   she  stood  combing.   * '  Said a man in the street,  Golly, Mike! ain't she sweet!  And she was, standing there in the  t gloaming.    _ .  A maiden in Springfield, Missouri,  When asked could she serve on a jury,  And be -just to each side,  Bobbed her head ant! replied,   ���������  I could ladle out justice like fury.   '  A maiden who lives In Shenango '  Thought sheV. take a wee fling at the  tango;  When she flew in the air     ,'   '  And lost all her back hair,  She  said,  "Goodnes-j!. where did my  bang go.  WHEN   SENDING  TO  Y  For Relatlvos or Frlendfl, or travelling yourself, ask for TIoketB by  THE   OLD   RELIABLE  Illustrated Physlolo;-/ Note  The average man's   arm ' Is   thirty  inches-long;    the   average    woman's  waist is thirty inches around. ' How  wonderful are thy works, oh -Nature!  FIRE IN THE  I cannot    say,    madam.     Perhapsi  Mr. Brown has-taken a fancy to you. fco������ds"wificto'"disagree. To "prevent ser  The hotly Is like a furnace, and the  food is burned or oxodized just as coal  is burned in a stjvo. When too large  an amount of food i<-, taken or the digestive system is deranged, the food  ferments .ind forms poisonous gases  and waste substances which cau^o  pains and aches, rheumatism and serious disease.  Bilious attacks, headaches, liver disorders and kidney diseases have their  beginnings,in overc-ting or the use of  Pie is a widower <.nd you* are beautiful. Unfortunately, I��������� Ycs'm, ono  dollar.  Minard's Liniment Cures  Cows  Gcrget    In  Freed From Bearing Down  Pains, Backache and Pain  in Side by Lydia E. Pink-  h4mV Compound.  Toronto,Ont.���������"LastOctober, Iwrota  to you for advice as I was completely run  down, had bearing  sensation in the  ! lower part of bowels, backache,, and  pain in the side. I  also sufFered terribly  from gas. I took  Lydia E. Pinkham's  VegetableCompound  and am now entirely  free from pain in  back and bowels and  am stronger in every  way. I recommend LydiaE. Pinkham's  Compound highly to all expectant mothers."���������Mrs. E. Wandby, 92 Logan Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.  . Consider Well This Advice.  No woman suffering from any form of  female troubles should lose hope until  9he has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial.  This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native root3 and herbs, has for nearly forty  years proved to be a most valuable tonic  and invigorator of the female organism.  Women residing in almost every city  and town in the United States bear  willing testimony to the wonderful  Yir.Ui ef Ly<ft������ E. fink'nam's Vegetable  Compound.  If you have the slightest doubt  that Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help you, write  to Xjydia E.PinkhamMcdiclne Co.  (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for advice. Your letter will he opened,  read and answered by a woman,  tind hold in strict confidence.  gJ.1,,. n ' ; -^___=  W.  N. U. 98?  Use for It  Pa, I don't see why I have to study  algebra.    I ha*;e the stuff!  f kno'w, my boy, but keep at it. You  may have lo lig-iir- out your income  tax some day.  The average duration of life among  the natives of Indis. is only 24 years,  but in the British Isles it reaches 44  years. ���������������������������  What .a Jury is For  Tommy���������Dad, what is a jury?  "Dad���������A body of met ;��������� organized  find   outr who  my son.  to  has   the   best  lawyer  At the Drug Counter  Clerk  (wrapping up corn cure and  hair tonic)���������Fixed from top to toe.  Customer���������Yes, you manage to make  both ends meet.  Bostonians in  Good Standing '  Yes,   I  had   a   brother  in   Boston  once, said a Chrcagq lady to a Boston-  ian,   Ho was in some great musical  society there, but I forget its name.  Handel and Haydn society, perhaps,  suggested her visitor.  Well, I guess so, Handel and Haydn  were Boston men, weren't they?  ions disease it Is. absolutely essential  that the livcv, kidneys an.1, bowels be  kept regular and active by us*- of such  treatment as Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills.  Ou account oi artificial" foods and  modern method:, of life, almost everybody -finds it necessary to use medicine in order to keep these oigans in  active working condilion. Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills aro most'satisfactory, because you 'can depend ou them  to produce the desired effects.  The Reason  Sybil���������So mad! Bill cut me on tho  street last night.   ' ��������� '  Drybil���������Never mind. He was probably edged.-  A r.ead Cinch  Conductor���������This transfer expired a  long  time  ago. .  Co-ed (snappily)���������No wonder, with  not a single ventilator epen in the  whole car!  Whisper  First bud���������Oh, -Mabel, I heard a  good story���������  Second bud���������Sh! Whisper! My brother is in the next room.  ES  TABLISHEO 1810  SERVICES!  From  Southampton  Via  Quecnato-rrB  From  Llrerpool  Via  Qneeiiatoirn  VN  }  }  ������  . The African crocodile, held .sacred  by the ancient Ugyptians, is thought to  have destroyed more human beings  tha:i any other; kind of wild animals  in Africa. The American crocodile, of  Florida. Mc-cico and Central America  is not dangerous.  the.family remedy  for   Coughs   and   Colds-  'Small   dose.    Small bottle.    Best since  1870.  Then- you no longer insist upon the  enforcement of the laws punishing  reckless automobile drivers?  Oh, no. W.o get at it in a different way no./. We are opening  schools that vvill-teach children how  to dodge 'em.  The Right Fellow  Excuse  me;   can  I speak   to  your  typewriter a moment?  You cannot; she is engaged.N- ��������� ���������'  That's all rig'U; I'm the fellow she's  engaged to. -   - -  ���������   To  HALIFAX  .   <and  PORTLAND  To  HALIFAX  rORTLAND  BOSTON  Twln-Scren- St camera .    ..  ANDANIA"   "ALMNI/T  13,400  Tons  each"(New 1913)  "ASCANIA"    "AUS0NIA"  (10,000 Tons)   " i     . (3,000 Tons)  /'���������rAb������vl?. Steamers carry. One Class  (IX) Cabin and Third Clas3 only, and  have* won great favor with the  travelling- public.   .  "FRANCONIA'*   (New   1911) " "  "JtACOKIA"      (New     1912)  18,150  Tons  each -Twin  Screw  "CAR-MANIA*'  20,000  Tons  (Triple Screw Turbine)-  Carrying- First, Second and ThirdC  Class. , :-!  ���������   The Cunard Company  also maintain   services: between 'New- York,-  Queenstown,   Fishguard.   Liverpool  Boston, Queenstown, Flshg-uard, Llv-'  erpool. New York, JMedlterranean,"  Adriatic. Including: the- fastest  steamers in the world, "JLusltanta"  and "Mauretania."  Now bulldlnff-ror Canadian Service:  S.S. -'AtJRANIA*-���������14,000 Ton������.  For descriptive literature, sailing's, etc., apply to any Itatlroaci ot  Steamship Ag-ent, or  The CUKARI) STEAMSHIP CO. LTD.  304 Muia St. Winnipeg  You Cannot Forget Your Corns  They pain too" much. Perhaps you  have tried this, that, and the other remedy���������you still have- them. You do  i.oI experiment when you use Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor. In  twenty-four hours the soreness-is.le-  moved. In a day or two you are rid  of them, root and branch. Keep the  name in sight '.'ecausc- it tells the scory.  Putnam's Painlosc Corn Extractor.  Sold by druggists, price 25c.  A Through Passenger  She���������Did you ever f *c "The Castle  Walk?  He���������-Oh,:dear, no.   I've been on the  wagon all through college.  A Canny Farmer  A Waterford farmer ordered a two-  pound loaf fro-L the* village baker to  be delivered c' ily at the farm;, while  the baker, in return, agreed to purchase two pounds of the farmer's butter week by week. A short time ago  -a dispute occurred between tho two  parties over the weight of the butter,  and after a long and wordy warfare  the matter was taken to the lav court.  Well, said the magistrate to the  farmer, after conflicting evidence had  been given, of course you are prepared  to bring your weights and scales into  court?  No, sir, I am not, was the prompt  reply. The fact is I don't use any  for tho baker.  Not use any repeated the magistrate in astonished tones. Then how  do you weigh his two pounds of butter,  may I ask.  With one of them two-pound loaves  he agreed to send me, was the prompt  and convincing answer.  The Friend of All Sufferers.���������Like  to "the shadow of a rock in a weary  land" is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil to  all those who differ pain. It holds  out hope to everyone and realizes it by  stilling sulTciing everywhere. It is a  liniment that has the blossings of half  a continent, it Is on sale everywhere  and can be found wherever-enquired  for.  The crocodiles number 11 species;  the alligators, only two. The American alligator, inhabiting tho southeastern United States, is 12 to 16 feet  long, has a broad, blunt jnout, and is  stouter, less active and less vicious  than tlie crocodiles. The other species, the Chinese, lives in the Yang-  tse-Kiang ri-er, growing to a length  cf only six feet.  ,A-Business Man ���������."   "  What does your father do fo*- a living? asked one little rriri.  '���������'Why, replied tl.e other, he takes up  the collections in church.  EXCELSIOR  Life Insurance Go.  AssotS        $3,600,000.00  Insurance   19,500,000.00  Absolute    Security   Fof  Policy Holders.    "  Excelsior Policy Forms Approved by Domtuioa  Insurance Department.  I"or Agencies apnly to Provincial Offices at  WINNIPEG,     EDMONTON..   SASKATOON,  VANCOUVER, or Hoad Office, TORONTO.  ihe Shopper  Behold, the thrifty shoppor comes,  For summer day.i aro o'er.  All  day  she  views  silks,  socks  and  r.ho. .,  And spei.ds two bits���������no more!  -. PATENTS  Patent Your Heas. No delay, and we  will sell it for ^u if the idea has merit.  Send sketch fcr freo report. Information on patents and list of inventions  wanted mailed free.  J.   A.   MACMURTRY & CO'Y,  Pa'->nt Attorneys  154 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada  Are They?  She���������Aro   they   happy  together?  He���������Well, he stays in ever.- evening.  She���������Then they must be.  He���������But she goea ou-..  Madge���������Yot   soam  annoyed  about  something.     Did j'ou forget you were  standing undo- the mistletoe?  Marjorie���������No; but Charlie did. '  DON'T HAWK, SPIT, SNEEZE,  CURE YOURSELF! BREATHE "CATARRHOZONE"!  Gives Instant Reliefs, Clears Out-Nose,  Throat and all Breathing Organs  In this fieklo cliniate, repeated colds  very easily drift into Catarrh.  The natural tendency of Catarrh Is  to extend through the system in every  direction. -  Exi-osure to ������������������cold or dampners intensifies the trouble and nasal catarrh is  the result.  Unless a c mpleto euro is effected,  inflammation passes rapidly to . the  throat, bronchial tubes and then to the  lungs.'  You can't -alee new lu:igs���������hence  Consumption is practically incurable.  But Catarrh can be cured, .except in  its final and alwaya fatal stage.  Catarrh   Buffv-rers,   meanin;*,   those  with colds, soro throat, bronchial trou-  : M������, ate, can all bo cured righ.t ut hohiet  by inhaling. "Catarrhozone."  In using Catarrhozone you don't takd  medicine into tho stomach���������you just  breathe a healing piney vapor direct to  the lungs and air passages.  Tlie purest balsams und the great-'  esc antis'itic are. thus jen- to every  spot wliere catarrhal trouble exist3,  germs are killed, foul socivticns are  destroyed nature is given, a cl.ance and  cure comes quickly.  Cclds and  -hroat'troubles can't last  if tho pure healing vapor of Catarrhoz-  ne is breathed���������sneezing and coughing  cc-.se at once, because irritation is removed.  Use Catarrhozone to prevent���������use it  to cure your winter ills. It's pleasant safe and guaranteed in every caa������,  Complete outfit $1.00. Smaller sls������  50c at all dealers.  (>,  asBBwaia-tes^^ THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH! COLUMBIA  Something About Bulls and One;  ��������� ' . Bull hi Particular.'- -    ;  CHARGED-A-SEASONED HOBO.  Aforementioned Specimen, a Destroy'ea*  of Everything . In Its Path, Came  Crashing ��������� Down Upon ' the Tramp.  Death of the Vicious.Beast Pathetic.  . By M. QUAD.     ,  (Copyright,  1013,  .by  Associated   Literary  Press.] ^  .-SPOTTED bull In a meadow dwelt,  And mighty fine that c'rlltor felt.  A lion's roar the bull lib had,  And lie was always ripping mad.  Much  lias been  written  about the  ��������� -Tc'rocUy of tlie'Afrlcan buffalo and tlie  rhinoceros, but right hero at,homo,wo  -Jiavq an animal almost, if not fully! as  dangerous to lnim-in life andlimb���������the  bull. The rhino will charge the hunter  tvliotber-provoked or not, but the bull  may go along.for days'aclirig as.meek  :is a* cat and then turn on his owner  , without excuse aud gore him to death.  "An   Ohio  newspaper has  gathered,  (statistics to show that during tho year  1912 tlie bulls of that'state caused the  death of twenty-one persons and inflicted serious injuries on about thirty"  \moi;e. -Sucha thing as a good tempered  bull"is hardly known.  . .   This spottcd'bull lie ripped and tore, .  ������������������ Whilo all around him'cussecl and'swore.  He horned a liorse to death one day  , And on the next a cow'dld slay.  He tossed a haystack ten feet high;  ~  The wagon"shed, was made to,fly;  lTo leveled fences by the mile;  "He killed a colt wjth-Joyous smile.  While tho elephant aud  the rhino  \uvo larger nocks than the bull, it is a  "1 FELT A JAI5," THE HOBO SAID.  (fact that no animal living has his  ���������strength of neck' and. shoulders, according to his weight. In fighting a  bull will push a weight of 5,000 pounds,  though he himself may not weigh  2,000 pounds.  A Betting Favorite.  There is no record of a tight between  mi American bull and an elephant, but  If such .an affair ever takes place there  . will be men who -will, be't their money  Dn the former. .  A.flne big- mule In sportive play  Ho nipped, that'spotted bull, ono day.  The fanner heard a crash, a crack���������  - Tho mule lay dead upon tils back!  A country sclioolhouse caught hi3 eye  As he walked out so gay and fly.-  "When lie got through his little fun  That country school was on the run.  An Indiana farmer owned a particular bull for live yours.   .During that  time, although he was not called an  ixtra vicious animal, the bull gored  the" farmer twice, his wife once and  caused the death of. a son and of a  hired man.' Ho killed two horses, three  calves and a steer.   He destroyed property for others amounting to over $200.  The law finally got after him aud said  the must be shot.   The sheriff wont into  the field to do it aud was charged and  gored to death.   Tho bull then Jumped  the fence aud made off. and ho went so  far that he was not heard of again.  This spotted bull of which I write  All other bulls diJ promptly light.  When ho had broken of their bones  And listened to their dying groans  He turned him lo the railroad track  To glvo tho old bullglna a whack.  The engineer ho ..said, "Oh, not" >  And bacK to'town'that train did go.  Of course tho feed of a bull Is tho.  earno as that of an ox or cow, but here  and there an animal has developed an  appetite for something  not down  In  tho, books.   It Is recorded that one In *  Michigan hto'-up 300 pounds of maple  eugar In two days, that one In Canada  gulped down a barrel of turpentine,  that ono In Virginia nte seventy-five  pounds of butter, thirty-five' pounds" of  (allow and ten dozen eggs: that ono in  Illinois chewed plug tobacco and broko  Into a cigar sturtTto get it However:  Tliio spotted bull he got so gay  lie took ail things that camo his way.  He'd charge" Into a wall or tree,  An<S <3fre disaster there would be.  He pawed the earth; he bellowed loud;  He Ifsf-ued Challenges so nrotwl.���������  > -I'm cocK-a-noop or tins 'ere town,  And what dares face ine I will down!"  The Nebraska owner of a bad bull  was told that'the disposition of the animal would bo completely changed if  he was given whisky. It did not seem  a" likely thins, but-as a'last resort the  bull .was chained up and given two  q'unrts of, I Ik stuff aud left to go on a  big' drunk and sleep it off rind.awake  with no mows temper than a calf.-  Upsetting Calculations.  The thing didn't-work out as hoped  for. The bull got drunk-all right, but  didn't go to sleep. On thc.coulrary, ho  broke loose, aud the damage he did on  the farm before he was killed amount-  l ed to over $300. Let us follow our bull.  His end is uear-^  Ono day as ho was ripping inad  ' Ho saw a sight that mado him glad.  Adown the hill a hobo came,  And he was short and fat and lame.  ���������    He saw the bull���������ho did not mind,.  Vov he was used to all that kind.  Just'ono old bull���������why should lie caret  - Ills whistle was a ioUy air.  ,"IIe comcth onward," said the bull��������� .  "He's either luny or a fool.  ,    I'll paw the earth, and then I'll roar,  And that there glnx will be no more!"  It war a hobo of longr years' standing, no had been thrown off the roofs  of a hundred freight cars'and been bit-  ton by a hundred different dogs.  He knew where to' let a cycIone_or a  farmer's pitchfork bit him.  lie halted at the,foot of tho .hill and  made ready.       \s?    *.y    -  Two miles -was hoard that awful roar.  Ten rods of ground that bull pawed o'er,  Then like a cloudburst on lie swept,  And angels they looked down and wept.  A Warning.  A farmer was at his "gate, and .when  he saw the hobo, the bull and the situation hojvaved his arms and shouted:  "Oli, hobo, spread your wings and fly  Unless you quickly want to die!  The bull will surely break your neck,  And to such things I do object^"  Did tho hobo see tho bull? He did.-  Did he' hear the roaring?   He had  ears. - -   -  Did ha realize that his'last hour had  . come? Ho didn't. /  With folded arms he walled there  In what did.seem grim despair.  The farmer's feelings wore intense���������  The shock it came; it was immense.       ,  Dura that hobo's hide, but didn't I  holler to him to fade away! Now we've  got to have an inquest and all that.  It's mighty curious that"���������   .  Tlie bull lay there upon the ground���������  The hobo lie was safe and sound.  "By'thunder, can I believe my eye3?"  The farmer'cried in great surprise.  "I felt a Jar," the hobo said,  *  "And then the bull was lying dead.  ".   And as 'Us hungry that 1 am  ��������� Please hand me out some bread and  , ham."  A GREAT INVENTOR.  Cheerful Givers.  "Now, boys," said a-Suuday school  teacher, "I want each of you to subscribe something toward the mission  to the Cariboos. I shall hand* the box  round, and as each of you will contribute you will, I hope, say some appropriate text. Now, Charlie, show a  good example."  A ruddy faced .urchin stepped forward, dropped^, in his coin and observed:  "It is better to give than to receive."  Then another contributed a copper,  saying:  "Waste not, want not."    ;  This was ruled somewhat out of order, but it was fairly capped by a  third youngster, who evidently parted  with his penny with extreme i -luc-  tance, for as he dropped it into the box  he murmured:  "A fool and his money are soon parted."���������New York Globe.  That Printer!  A. story Is told of a "printer's error"  that once caused consternation In a  country village. An arch in the church  had become dilapidated, and a fund  was started for its repair.  Upon one occasion, so as to make  the appeal more "Widely -known,, the  rector had a notice regarding the arch  fund printed in the village, with the  result that on the following Sunday  the announcement appeared in large  type: "Tho collection today will be for  the arch fiend."���������Church Family Newspaper.  Too Competent.  "Why did you send the doctor-away  without permitting him to do anything  for you?"  "He said ho could get me up and out  in three days," tho sufferer groaned,  "and my accident.Insurance**'amounts*  to $30 a week more than my salary as  long as I'm ^disabled."���������Chicago Record-Herald,  The Oldest Separator.  , "I see you keep a cow."  :-^Ycp."- '-,.  :,     1 .-'���������'..  ...  "Got a separator?"  "Yep.'''- '.- '-- - - -���������������������������������������������'������������������  ������������������  "What make?"  ��������� "I'm it.    I separate tho cow from  lierniilk'twice a day."���������Exchange.  :'J/V'.  _���������.���������,   ,/  ,        Unbearable Insult.  "''. Reggy-1 was frightfully Insulted by  a bahteudah Just now.1  ' Cholly-Wbnt did the bwute say?  Reggy���������I ahsked for some bcah, and  tho welch snld, "Wlienh's youah Ditch,  fill, sonny?"��������� Puck.  Telling of the March to Pome of the  Coninieiidatope Marconi.  "It is recorded of Guglielmo Marconi as a child that he walked at an  unusually early age, and talked at  an unusually, late "one.;  He has retained these early characteristics. Great scientist though  he Is, he is essentially an open-air  man.  - The Wireless - Wizard has always  delighted in swimming and sailing.  As a young man, his love of the latter sport nearly cost him his life.  -Swift to act when he has-made up  hh*Tmind, but slow to speak, and even  tt*������ir sparing of words. His father  was an Italian hanker and country  gentleman, his mother an Irish lady.  'As a rule, it is not the men born in  affluent circumstances who do the  things that matter, but Marconi is an  exception.  It is, perhaps, not generally known  that as a small boy he spent some  time at a school at Bedford. He is  still- remembered there. For ono  thing, he Tefused to learn .writing as  customarily taught at school He said  it was absurd to make him waste  time acquiring a style of handwriting  which. he would never use when  grown up..  Similarly he outraged scholastic  opinion by refusing to have anything  to do with the parrot-like repetition  of what he was told.  He would work hard at anything  that interested him, such as physics.  But the masters might lead him ever  so often to the pool of Latin and  Greek grammar and he would not  drink. Possibly for this reason he  did not stay long at his_English  school, but completed his education  at the 'iniversity of his native Bo-  logua.  '-Here, again, he studied only what  he chose to study.  ��������� Electricity fascinated him. He was  only sixteen or so when he installed  electric light, bells, etc., in his father's house, and incidentally got himself regarded by the local peasantry  as a sorcerer.  Mr.*Marconi, of course, has never  claimed to be the discoverer of the  phenomenon of electric "waves."  Hertz did that, but it was Marconi  ,who flrst.saw the possibility of using  Hertzian waves for telegraphing without wlres..-  I-Ie -was young, well-off, full of  "life," but he devoted himself to patient study and experiment. It was a  great day.*when he succeeded In sending a wireless message from one end  of his father's garden to the other. ,  Of his experiences ' when he  brought his invention to England little need be said. He was anything  but the penniless inventor, but at the  same time tie met with incredibility  and opposition enough.  However, he was bound to win.  "Marconi is essentially a man who  leaves nothing to chance. He promises nothing that ho has not already  satisfied himself he can do. lie is a  flrst-rate man of business, and a consummate judge of men and motives.  Had he been penniless his success,  though inevitable, might have been  delayed. As it was, he could afford  to take a strong line, and to maintain  that sturdy independence which is so  characteristic  of-vhim.  To meet, he ia a man of great  charm. Very Quiet, very simple, very  direct, but a man whose personality  Impresses and pleases at once.  He has beautiful eyes, large and  luminous, of a hazel which in some  lights looks grey, in others dark  brown.  As the result of an accident he has  lost the sight of one eye, but they  say he can see more out of the other  one .than .most men of normal vision.  A great man, one whose name will  live for ever, but as modest as you  make them. No doubt he has made a  great deal of money, but far above  gold does he value his great invention.  They Liked Tall Feathers.  Toward the end of the eighteenth  century upstanding feathers became  quite the rage for the fashionable  woman's headgear. A writer in The  London Times of 1795 illustrates the  epidemic: "At all elegant assemblies  there is a room set apart for the ladles to don their feathers, aB it is  Impossible to wear them.in any carriage with a top. The lusters are  also removed on this account, and  the doors are carried up to the celling. A well-dressed lady who nods  with dexterity can give a friend a  little tap upon the shoulder across the  room without incommoding'the dancers. The ladles' feathers are now  generally carried in. the sword case  at the back of the carriage."  .   Aristocrat* Flying.  The younger sons of the aristocracy are among the keenest recruits  for the flying service of the Army  and Navy.'' Among the latest members of noble houses who have taken  out " pilots* certificates are Lord  George Wellesley, youngest son of  the Duke of Wellington, aud Lord  Edward Arthur G'roavenor, the  younger son of the first Duke of  Westminster by hia second nutrriage.  Both young fellows are in tho army,  and both took out their certificates  within a month of their first flights.  Very Proper.  Hewitt-He  always  sinss   at   hi*  work.   Jewett-What u> tils Duslnt-ss.  Hewitt-He Is In n grand offcra com-  pnny.-New fork Times  TITLED VICEROYS.  Canadians    Admire   Aristocrats    Declares London Writer.  Stimulated no doubt b*r the question asked in s Canadian paper and  echoed in more than one-quarter on  this side, as to the general assumption that the Governor-General must  belong to the peerage] and why it  should not be considered proper for  Rideau Hall.to be governed by a  commoner, thereby setting an example of democratic simplicity for Canada, Miss C. De Thierry boldly states  the case for the peer,- or rather for  hia wife, in a recent article, "Englishwomen and the Social Si-e of Imperialism." Those who have mingled  and taken part in that side of the  social life of London which centres  around the "overseas set," and have  observed the natural nervousness- on  entering into a' strange social circle,  give place under the influence of English titled hostesses to a feeling of  being perfectly at home, . generally  support her views.  "How intimately eociety and politics aTC associated," she says, "no society woman needs to be told. . Who  has "not heard of- colonials who have  arrived in England rabid particular-  ists and returned home Imperialists?  Of Boers who came amongst us burning with race feeling and left us warm'  friends? Of French-Canadians who  landed here without a' thought beyond their own province and went  back citizens of the "Empire? They  had been brought under the social  influence of the capital, a form of  education Disraeli considered essential to the statesman.  "It is a great mistake to' suppose  that the colonial ��������� we must use the  word till a better is ���������coined���������is insensible to the advantages of birth and  rank, but what he will not do is to  'pay homage to them as rank. To impress him 'they must be associated  with ability, virtue, sympathy, and  high breeding. . . Her Excellency  is the first la'cly in the land oversea  by a right as unquestioned as the  Queen's in England. Tlie 'secret of  Her Excellency's strength is the example she sets of giving personal service to the community. She obeys  the call of duty in leaving her home  and -friends, a crowded and vivid life  in the very centre of the world's  activities, and sometimes one or  more of her children, to fill a place  in a distant* land in which her social  relations must bo 'largely formal. It  must be exile to Irer, and the people  .vith whom her lot is cast are quick  to know and respect the sacrifice.  When, as is almost invariably'the  '���������ase, ehe finds pleasure in the new  life and makes many friends, she i3  rendered homage, in general and  ���������yhole-hearted devotion. For then she  must add to social graces fine qualities of head and heart. The Imperial  :nflueneo of an English lady- who  iresides over Government House doea  not end there. Her time in any dominion is relatively short, her affection  ind interest in it when 3he returns  home life-long. She is one of the  most gracious ties formed by that  u-own  as an Imperial institution."  That last remark reminds me ol  the statement the 'other day of a  orominent public man who expressed  the opinion that Earl and Countess  Grey had since their return from  Canada been tireless in their efforts  ���������o benefit the Dominion. Many Canadian girls I have mot here have told'  no of how the associations formed  vhen Earl and Countess Grey were  n Ottawa have been renewed in Lon-  lo'n, and they have thereby been wel-  ���������omed and introduced to tho courtly  ife of England, in which it has been  i great pleasure for their tilled  lostesses to have them participate.  Ages   In   Senate.  Since tlie Senate came into the  imelight in connection with the nav-  d bill there has been more -than U3-  lal interest exhibited in the' mem-  ters of the Upper Chamber.  There are 53 Liberals and 30 Con-  ervatives, with four .vacancies soon  o be filled. The Speaker, Hon. Col.  .andry. is Conservative. There are  ive Senators from Toronto, all Lib-  ���������rals, being Sir George Ross, the leader in the Senate; Hon. J. K. Kerr,  .'���������Ton. Robert Jaffray, Hon. G. A. Cox  ���������nd Sir Lyman Jones. Hon. W. J.  lacdonald of Victoria is (he senior  nember. having been appointed Dec.  3, 1871, but the oldest Senator 13  Ton. C. B. Do Bouchcrville, O.M.G.,  ������f Bouchcrville, Que., who is 92. The  .-oungest is Hon. E. L. Girroir of  \ntigonish, N.S., who is only 41.  The Senators divide as follows:  10 to 60 years  j  >0 to GO years    17  '0 to 70 years    "3  f0 to SO years    27  50 to 90 years  5  )0 and over  ' , 2  The average age of the Senate is a  little over 0*2.   Enlightened.  History Prof-Why are the middle  ogos known as the dark ages?  Wise Fresh���������Because there were so  many knights.���������Wisconsin Sphinx.  =5  D  HEADS FRENCH GLUE  ARTHUR GENEST PRESIDENT OF  LITERARY SOCIETY".  Color Changes.  "Why does Jinks look so black?"  "I think it is because hia prospects  have    made    him    blue."���������I.nltimor*  American.  Natural History.  "Pop, toll me one thing.".  "What is Jr. son?"  "Can    sword    fishes    fence ?"~EX'  Ottawa Man Is a Jfoted Engineer, an  JSdltor of Great Ability and In  Also Widely Known as a Literary .  Man Throughout Quebec���������Ho la  a Menxbcr of Several Learned  Societies. , ������  The new president of (he' French-  Canadian Literary Club of Ottawa.  Arthur T. Genest, Is one of the bost  known civil engineers of Canada and'  a. prominent Dominion civil servant at  the capital. He is of French descent,  his family having come toCanat'a  some 200 yoars ago.  Mr, Genest was born at Fermont,  County St. Maurice, in 1859 and was  educated at St. Joseph's College at  Three Rivers and with private tutors.  He had early training in railway location and construction, working first .  on the Q. O. & O. Railway and was  engineer In charge of the location and  construction of the Laureutlan Kail-  way, now a portion of the Canadian  Northern. He was engineer also for  the contractors In the construction  of the Pontiac & Pacific Junction  Railway and was first assistant engineer in the enlargement of the La-  chihe canal In 1895-97 and in 1S97  prospected"for a private company, the  Klondike district. He has been first  engineer at ihe Rapid Plat and Far-  rans Point canal and divisional engl-  '   A15THUR T.  GENEST.  heer on tho Balsam-Slmcoe lake diyi-'  sion of the Trent canal and engineer  in charge of the final estimates for  the completion of the Cornwall.canal enlargement In 1901-04.  As engineer at headquarters, he has projected all the work in connection with  the Georgian Bay ship canal, besides  undertaking -various survey.work for  the Provincial Government in northern Quebec.  He is an associate member of the Canadian Society of Civil  Engineers and a member of the National Geographical Society, of Washington, D.C., and also a member of  the American  Academy of Political  and Social   Science   of Philadelphia.  I"c was elected president of the Canadian Institute In  1908 and he was  the founder of The Clarion, the first  dally newspaper published at Three  Rivers, and has been a valued contributor in both the French and Eng- -  lish press of Canada on literary and-  scientific subjects  for a number of*  years.  Tho honorary patrons of the,  French-Canadian Literary .Club Aro^  the Duke of Connaught, Sir Wilfrid.  ���������Laurier, and Archbishop Gauthier.  Among the honorary -presidents are,  Hon. R, L. Borden, Premier,jof Canada; Chief Justice -Fitzpatrlck, Hon..  L. P. Pelletier, P.M.G.: Hon. Louie  Coderre, Hon. Senator Belcourt and  E. H. Devlin, M.P.  Pioneering la Nigeria.  The difficulties attending the estab-  ii--',ment of a terminuB for tho new  trunk railway which Sir Frederick  Lugard is to build in Nigeria have  been ended by tho lucky discovery ot  a hitherto uncharted cr:ck by Lieut.  Hr.ghea. of 'he British navy. A remarkable scries of cliffs, extending  for three-quarters of a mile and averaging forty-fivo feet above high  water, was found among the mango  Bwamps. Opposite th<-������e cliffs soundings showed a dopth of seventy feet  of water. Tho Director of Railways,  the Director of Marine, and Lieut.  Hughes landed, and by means of a  rope ascended the cliffs and cut  through a section of almost impenetrable growth twelve feet in height.  A few natives were met, whb safd  that no white man had been there  before.  An unfortunate maniac was confin*  ed In one of the Scottish lunatic'asylums, his particular infirmity being an  unshakable belief that every .'day was  Christmas day and that he was dining sumptuously on turkey or roast  beef and a good slice of plum pudding. His real diet, however, was ot  the plainest, he being served twlcs,.  dally with a dish of oatmeal porridge.  After daily describing to his attendants the pleasures he had tasted la  his cut of turkey or what not he ae  regularly added, "yet, somehow or  other, everything that I eat tastes at  porridge." Thle story It was which  gave rise to the Baying, "A* palaUbW  as the madman's porrldtv'"  damiWiBiaiixJMijitiBi'ituwimiJifciiiJMJMiij.t ~-*J:KMWd������������-W-. Ml.f* l*nW*a*������WJ"<r.*,**LxV������K*t*'*>   <mp������������wm*v  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  IS OF THE -CUT  The Grand Forks Concrete company on Saturday   secured  a   con-  ���������   tract to erect a concrete silo on Al.  Treunweiset's ranch, a mile south of  the city.   .       .        t        ,  V   J. K. Jackson,  M.P.P. for Green-  ��������� wood, brought  Deputy  Minister of  Agriculture W. E. Scott to the city  from  Greenwood   in   his auto last  Friday night.  Milton White, the pioneer jewel-  , ler of Grand Forks,   arrived  in   the  city on Monday from New Westminster. He was a witness in the  Chappie insurance case.;  ^-E. L. SteeVjPP, the well known  prospector, was in the city on' Monday to obtain assays at the Granby  smelter 'of-, ore samples from his  Carmi property.,   ; :.      '  The bandstand for the fife and  drum corps,- opposite John Donaldson's store in the West end, has  been completed and painted.  In the musical part of the Baptist  church morning service E. J. Coker,  violinist, and W.  G. Follock,   chel-  eaver JSoard fet Time  Tt   will   save  all   the' muss and litter of Lath, Plaster and -  Wall Paper.    lb permits-more beautiful   intprior  designing  in the most modern style.    It never cracks  or  deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER BOARD Fa%wcMngs  .Beaver Board is very.quickly and easily put up; makes a  house warmer in "winter,- cooler in summer; is painted, doing  away with unsanitary wall paper, and has many other advantages.   Let us show you samples and tell you all about it.  MMLFS" "HARDWARE  The  i'BRIGHTEN-DP"  Store '  NEW  HARNESS  SHOP  I have re-opened a harness   shop at my  old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture  New- Harn ess ������&������ ���������������������������&'  work guaranteed.,  Your patronage is solicited.  Here We Are !  Your Jix Friends,  Robin Hood Family^  Robin Hood Flour  "     Oats  "     Porridge Oats  "     Ferina  "     Graham  "     WholeWheat  Let Us Lighten  Your Household Duties  For Sale by  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  and Business Sites  Insurance in  c/411 Its Branches  Boundary" Trust CEb  Investment Co., -Ltd.  Established 1901  First Street  loist,,vyill assist. If .will be a "combined service" with the school in  quarterly review and of special interest to the older members of the  congregation as well as  the young.  George Rutherford left on Wednesday for -Calgary, where' he intends to make his home for a short  time at least.  The public and high.schools close  today for<the midsummer holidays.  A." Macneil, the Ferhie barrister,  is in the city this week attending  the assize sittings. Mr. IVlacneil is  counsel for the Western Federation  of Miners.  bridge on Saturday. They say the  water, is too 'high for- successful  angling, and fresh fish at the - local  markets is scarce at present, "hence  they made no phenomenal   catches,.'  The first passenger train, was - ran  over the recently completed -branch  of the Great Northern from Oroyille  to Wenatchee last Saturday. '  . A. better position for you. - We  teach-by. practical experience' Auto-  rpobile driving and' repairing. Jordan Auto Academy, 1225 W.  Sprague, Spokane, Wn,  Horses for Sale���������From 10Q0 to  1300 lbs.; one matched sorrel team.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks;B.C.  G. A. Sptnk, manager of the local  branch of the Royal bank, and Mrs.  Spink returned yesterday from a  three months vacatrrin trip, to their  old home in" eastern Canada.  Mrs. Hugh" Mills and children,'  Mrs. F. W. eCooper and children,  and-Mrs. Prichard will leave- tomorrow on an .extended visit to the  east.  For Sale���������������������������Light work mare; eight  years old; gentle. Apply H. Hcck-  ino;, North Fork.  Take your repairs to Annson, shoe  repairer. '   Tlie Hub.     Look   for. the  Big Boot.  Miss Best, of the local teaching  staff, leaves_tomorrow on a visit to  her home at Haney, B. C, after  which she will spend the balance of  the vacation at Victoria. '  , The'Baptist church holds special  anniversary services Sunday, morning and evening.  Mr.   and- Mrs.   Ed Davis,  who  visited Jriends in the city for a few  days, returned to Vancouver on  Monday. -  , A handsome concrete retaining  wall has been erected on three sides  of Stanley Davis' property on upper  Main street. .- ��������� ���������  The Sun only costs $1 a year,  prints all the news. '   -  It  Joe Crosby won the Indian motorcycle at the_raffle in J. F. Kraus'  shop last week.  The Grand Forks Creamery com-  panv���������has purchasedja Ford auto,  and has had it it converted into * a  delivery wagon.  Mrs.* James Kempston and children returned to their home in Phoenix last Saturday./ Mrs. ^Andrews  accompanied them for a - weeks'  visit.  The Phoenix wagon road was  comph'ted 'this week and the crew of  workmen'aiul outfit wpre move! to  the Franklin camp roid.  J. H. Grunwell's store in Danville wap entered by breaking a window in ihe front of the hnilding  on Monday niyht. A fr-w dollais in  the ca?h rpgister wf-re taken, and  thp cash drawer in the post office  was? emptied.  A.    R     Rrf-WH*.  of   the American  i/ind D-n'plnpm'-nt   cv   Manufacturing   oompanv, has ' in-'inUp-. .a ' ur-  n-rtt motor irrigating pi ml at- Dan  ville.  \T   A    D'fdoi-ald. nf   V-inp->nvf-r,  nrp.ciflf-rit nf th������* Provincial   Lihpral  np-s-H-i-itir-n, is in  the city   attending  ,    -    .       .   . "i.i  th������ as-15'/"- pittuiss. - -  TI'ip hot that JiHa<- Brown is  pi-pctin-z .������������������"., 86000 TPsidpiirc: in thi-  oity olmiild pffpctoaI|y dispnee of  thpj-torv rpcpntly printpd in.a. local  pn-Wto the pffpp.t that he intendpd  to remove to Ppiiticton.  Thp Grpat Nnrthprn hridgp across  thp main -Kntlp river in thp West  ptul is hfine rppaired. The driving  nf thp piling was complf-ted this  'wppk, .and work nn thp fu pen* true-,  ttii'p has beph onninienppd.  r.pnrup     Chapplp.    the     pionppr  plumber of Grand Forks, arrived in  the   city   from    Victoria, where he  'now   lives," on   Monday.    He   was  burned out in.the first big   fire, five  ; or six years ago, and his action   for  , his insurance money  will be argued  before   Mr." Justice 'Clement" this  week, ...,.-���������.������������������  Highest' cash prices paid for old  Stoves and' Ranges. E. C. Peckham,  Second-hand Store. "    '    .  Accept no substitutes, but get the  original���������The'Gra'nd' Forks Sun. -' It  gathers and pirnts the news of the  city and district first.    '  John Wanamaker says in Judicious '  Advertising:,    "Advertising    doesn't  jerk; it pulls.    It begins   very gently  at first, but the pu'.l is steady.   ' It in-,  creases day by day .and year   by year,  untlPit,exerts an. irresistible   power."  ' The devil's mistake would not affect  the work .-you-get. ' We have reliable  men to- handle the printing you send  us. ^We-do the" work well, and when  it is delivered you'll- say it's as it  should be. Every order is delivered  promptly.. Every price is a fair one  The Sun Print Shop.  -     '   - J        '"        THE     .        ���������'.    '  London Directory ;  xl'^ ��������� i(Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout  the  world   to  communicate direct with English ������  MANUFACTURERS <fe DEALERS  in each class of goods.   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