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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Oct 13, 1916

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 ffl.  Kettle Valley Orchardist   ������������������~?������������������-  FIFTEENTH YEAR���������No. Jfo ^\  iilND-FOBKSJ.B. C.isFEIDAY, OCTOBERS, 1910  |[$1.00 PER YEAR  Mayor Acres and Aid. Allen,Donaldson, McArdle, MeCallum, Schnitter and Sheads were present at the  regular meeting of the city council  on Monday evening.  A oomrnunication from Moses" B.  Cotsworth,   of   New    Westminster,  pointing oui the   present  expensive  "and cumbersome method of holding  tax.sales and asking   for   information regarding past tax"sales in this  ��������� city, was read.. The" clerk   was   instructed   to   supply    Mr. Cotworth  with the information he desired.  A letter fro'mjO. A. Fisher, superintendent of the Kettle Valley lines,  waived all objections of tbe railway  company to tbe erection of a coai  shed near the Kettle Valley line sta  tion. After a long discussion the  letter was placed on file, and tbe  matter was left in practically the  same position as at the last meeting,  that is, if Vant Bios, wish to run  counter to tbe petition of local business men they are at liberty to erect  tbe coal bunkers.  Tw.oJetters from Ottawa officials  stated that the council's memorial  for the establishment of a post office  in West-Grand-Forks would be laid  '' before the postmaster general. ''The  letters were ordered tiled.  Applications for the position ot  city electrician were received from  W. S. 'Miller, 1. A. tipinks, Thomas  Lyden, H. W. Chambers, W. Bar  r'on, Mr. Hanson, and about twenty-  five others. Messrs. Barron and  ' Hanson were present at the meeting,  and stated their qualifications for  the position. The selection of a  man to fill the position was leftto the  finance and water and light commit  tees, the appointee to be confirmed  at an adjourned meeting of the  council this Friday evening.  The chairman^of the finance committee reported that the city was  not now in a position to purchase  th" S5000 bonds offered by an eastern client, l.'Ut that it could redeem  83500 worth. This amount the  holder did not seem inclined to dispose of. The 'chairman recommended tbat the <:ity clerk be allowed to |  take his \ac-it on when he desired to  do so, and that last month's bills.be  paid.    Adopted.  The chairman of the hosrd of  works reported that, the Yale bridge  had been repaired, without cost to  " the city,the ranchers down the river  having ���������Uonnled the. wotk. Work on  the cinder walk to the Great North  ern station was progressing well;  two men were euiplo)ed on repairing sidewalks.  '   The chairman   of the   water ,and  form to.the wishes of the electrical  inspector. On motion, the recommendation was complied with.  The chairman of the cemetery  committee recommended that a cinder path be constructed in the cemetery this fall, and on motion, the  board of works was authorized to  block out the path' according to the  specification of the cemetery committee and to haul the cinders...  Tenders   for   various   grades,  of  coal   in   carload   lots   were received  from   Scott   Bros, and   the   Grand  Forks Transfer company.    On   motion of Aid. Sheads and   MeCallum,  the -tender   of   the   Grand   Forks  Transfer company of $8.15   per   ton  for Lethbridge Imperial   lump  coal  was. .accepted, subject'   to   the   ap  provftl of the coal by a special-cm  ruittce composed of tbe mayor   and  Aid. McArdle and Donaldson.  The "council - then adjourned   till  7:30 this evening.  BELGIAN  ...  PAPERS HIT BACK  Patriotic newspapers continue to  make'their appearance in the streets  of Brussels and elsewhere throughout Belgium notwithstanding all the  efforts of German military police to  find their publishers and to ascertain the places where they are published. How they are produced,  where they engrave their cartoons  ridiculing their oppressors, is one of  the great mysteries of German occu  and can not say." A recent number  gave the speecbof Premier Asquith  in the house of commons declaring  there would be no peace until Belgium was free. The editorial was  headed: "Teuton Pirates and Van-  d'lls."���������Victoria Times.  NEWS OP 11  IV  A car of ore is being loaded at the  Pathfinder mine, a short distance  up the North Fork, this - week for  shipment to the Granby smelter.  The property is being worked by  \ I the   shareholders   of   the company  At the   annual   meeting  of  Granby Consolidated-Mining, Smelt  fng & Power.company, heldjn New  York, Jay P. Graves, of Spokane,  retired from the.board of directors  of..the com panyv* which .he, injn.de one  of the great copper corporations He  retains the same interests he has  had. The same bo>ird was re elected  except that Henry Bruere takes the  place of Mr. Graves. It is under  stood that Mr. Graves has desired  to retire as mucb as 'possible from  active participation in the affairs of  the corporation.   ���������.  "It often ha's'been difficult to get'  a quorum of the directors," said Mr  ��������� Graves, "and as I seldom attend the  meetings, placing some one in my  stead will make it that much easier  to get the board together. There is  no significance in the change. I retain the same holdings " Mr. Graves  is one of the heavy stockholders of  the company, and more stock is  held in Spokane than in any other  place iti the west.  William H Nichols was re elected  president and the other officers and  directors elected   are*.    E   P. Earle,  pation of Belgium. On the head of  the editor of Free Belgium is a price  of 50,000 marks, but ihe paper  keeps appearing just the same. Several of tbe supposed editors have  been shot. One man was sentenced  to twelve years' hard labor; others  were sent up for terms ranging from  three to eleven years; a woman, Madame Scheupens, was given a term  of five years. But the very day after  each supposed editor is punished  and the German authorities be*gin to  breathe easily the paper appears as  lustily as ever with a cartoon mak  ing  fun of tbe proceedings  A file is kept  at   Havre   of   th^se  under the superintendence  of  Tom  New by.  One car of ore from the Union-  mine, aud one car'from the Maple  Leaf mine, in:Gloucester camp, were  brought down to the Granby emel  ter on Wednesday from Lynch  crpek. .:  papers,  as   a   matter of   curiosity.  Free Belgium, which has given the  most Uouble, prints the following  notices under its title:  "A bulletin of patriotism submit  ting to no censorship whatever.  "Price per copy elastic, from zero  10 infinity.  "Business office: Not being handy  to have an established address, we  are installed in a movable automobile cellar.  "Advertisements: Business being  all unoer German domination, we  have suppressed our advertising  page and counsel our patrons to  keep their money till times get  better.  "Tehgraphic address: Care of  German commander at  Brussels."  A recent issue  of   Free   Belgium  gave   a     cartoom     by   Ruemaker,  adapted      from     Gus-tive     Dore's  '/Scenes in H--41," showing a woman  and   children   in  agony as they ate  trampled down by a soldier in   German helmet, the face of the   soldier  being evidently meant-   for   tint  of  the   kaiser.    Another    cartoon,   entitled "Love]-" Chagrin." shows  Gen.  von Bissing, tbe military commander   of  Brussels, trying   to   find the  editor of   Free   Belgium in   cellars  and attics,while the editorial rooms,  business   office,   etc.,    are  depicted  on wheels    A big sun, labelled Fret-  Belgium,    smiles   down    derisively  at von Bissing's vain efforts to  capture the editors.  La Patrie is another   of  these so  cret newspapers.   It  announces under its title   that is a "tion censored  appearing how, where, and  pleases."      Another   line  states that it is in the  second  year  i m J of its publication.  The bitterness of  va|Ufe I this paperis shown in a standing line  Adopted.    He  suggested   that   the \ ig 8i0o a share and the market value' CiVrried at lne head of its editorials,  At the adjourned meeting of the  city council tKs evening, held for  the purpose of appointing a, city  electrician, only six * members were  present. The vote resulted in a tie  between I. A. Spinks and J. F. Pat-  tprson., The members being unable  to come to an agreement, an adjournment was taken-until the full  board can be gob together.  W. T. Pmbiiison, Edwin   Thorne, F  M.   Sylvester,   vice presidents;   Mr.  Sylvester, managing director; G. W.  Wouster, treasurer; Northrop   Fowler, secretary; Henry   Bruere, E. P.  Earle,    Northrop    Fowler,   J   B. F  Herreshoff, B. ITocbsehild, William  H   Nichols. William A. Paine,   San-  ford M. Steele, F. M. Sylvester   and  Edwin   Thorne   of   New   York, aud  W. II. 'Robinson of   Granby,   Que.,  M.   K.   Rodgers   of   California, and  G. W. Wuoster   of   Vancouver, -di  William EL. Nichols,.;president of  the Granby company, in his   report  to  the  stockholders, says that   the  output at Anyox    was   unfavorably  affected both as to volume and   cost  by the serious curtailmont of    water  power due   to  an    unusual  winter.  The danger of a possible   recurrence  of this diflicultv will be obviated by  the    installation   of   an     auxiliary  steam power plant, which is nearing  completion.    "As affecting the ques  tion   of   costs," he  says,  "allusion  might also be made to the high cost  of   labor   and   supplies   prevailing  throughout the year, and it   is   ex  t Tamely   gratifying to note   that   in  face of these conditions the   cost   of  blister copper for the year was   8 54  as against   10 09   for   the   previous  year,   indicating   that   considerable  progress   will   yet   be   m ide in the  li> e   of   further  reduction of cost.  The assessment for  the   purpose  of  war tax is in process of adjustment,  and it appears to be   the   policy   of  the Canadian government  to   avoid  making   the   lax    unduly    burden  PATRIOTIC FUND  Sir Herbert B. Ames, the well-  known eastern . shoe manufacturer,  will visit Grand Forks next Monday,  October 16, in the interests of the  Canadian Patriotic Fund, and in  the evening at 8 o'clock hegwill address a public meeting in theEmpress  theatre. He will be accompanied  by Fred Nation, of Victoria, provincial secretary of tbe fund.  Sir Herbert Ames is a member of  the   house   of   commons, is a vice-  president  of  the Ames Holden-Mc-  Cready   company,   director  of   the  Dominion Gresbarn Guarantee company, and is one of the   three   gentlemen   composing   the     Canadian  board    of   the   Gresham Life Insur  ance company.    He is a member of  the Mount Royal club, the Montreal  club, the Montreal Curling club, the  University   club   of   Montreal,   the  Rideau club of Ottawa, and   olhers.  Pie is a director of the Y.M.C.A.,  an elder in the Presbyterian church,  and a governor of numerous  benevolent institutions.    At the outbreak  of tbe war Mr. Ames was   asked by  bis   royal   highness the  governor-  general  of   Canada" to  assume  the  position of honorary secretary of the  Nationol Canadian Patriotic  Fund,  which   provides   for the wives and  dependent relatives of  the   soldiers  in the armies of the   allies.    On behalf of the fund he  has  visited   all  parts   of   Canada, speaking  and organizing, and   the  marked   success  which   has   attended   his   work   is  largely due to his initiative and   effort.    On   June 3, 1915, Mr. Ames  had conferred upon him the   honor  of knighthood   by his   majesty the  king.  METEOROLOGICAL  some.  ! >  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as re  corded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Min.  G���������Friday  31  7���������Saturday   .... 29  8���������Sundiy  25  9���������Monday  26  10���������Tuesday  28  H���������Wednesday .. 30  12 ���������Thursday   33  Oct.  Rainfall.  Max.  67  61  62  63  65  ���������66  70  Inches  , 0.00  . rectors,  light commitee  recommended    that j     The Granhy company had a  sur  the   city   lighting   system   be:   ex-' p)UjJ) afu.r piiying ' ila   dividends, of liournal  tended    in   the   houses   of Messrs.   $^cjiy,3S4 un June 30,    1916, com    whe"    ll  Moir, Ligblfoot, Graham,  and   Bur    pared with a surplus   oue   year   i- 1 stutea tbi  don   as  soon   as   three of the peti    fure of ������() 20,384.     There   are  tinners   had    their    houses . wired. "9S5 shares is8Ued>     Tne   par  Annual Shoot of Grand  Forks Rifle Association  The annual shoot of the Grand Forks Rifle association was held on  Thanksgiving day. The ranges were 200 yards deliberate, 200 yards oft-  hand, 200 yards rapid, 500 yards deli bora lean d 600 yards deliberate, the  results being as follows:  council recommend to the board   of t rocentl v had been between 890 and  works to cover up   all   water   pipes ' ������*qq a sharc.  that have been   stripped   in   street  referring-to  the Germans as "bar  barians and liars always."   A recent  number   showed   the  Germans en  I'VfMlt i  7 Shots  delib.  200 j dn.  , , i r. ' ���������> t \i,".n������m.ilcl and Ptes ' route for Calais by way of the Ysur  grading. Accepted. He state th,it Corp ^^^ ^ ^J river, wilh the bodies of German  the city engineer recommended  d s-   W.   J    *lci',l>,ej *d   a   T. I soldiers slaughtered by the  Belgians  mantling one of   the pumps at   the  Cuughlan,    M.    J .ires   ana   u , a  in order to  obviate the  installation  day at the e-cpuatiuti  A  then  of a new fwilph pbit'1, ������"d Huh con-   vest leave.  F. H. Hutton..  W. Liddicoat..  J. A. Hutton..  S. G. Kirk   W. II Dinsfinore  Leo Mader  Neil MeCallum  P. W. Clark...  (���������}. B. Garrett..  J. R MoNevin  W.   Farm'.:!  KvniitalKvoiit :t  7 Shritsj*" Shut:-  oIl'li'iKl    nipld  200 yds. 200 yds  .32  33  30  29  on!  ���������A)  26  25  28  21  2l|  17  16  22  20  12  17  17  13  29  27  27  25  2(3  27  23  2G  23  15  17  Event 4  '" SliolB  del.  500   tls  30  2S  28  29  29  29  31  .18  ��������� 24  20  12  Kvent 5  7S"iolf,  del.  600 yds  29  3 J  3-1  30  21  25  28  9  25  9  2|  Event 6|  AtrK- of  Events  1- i-r>  91  92  92  88  80  80  91  58  7 4  57  0.7  Kvont7  Au'ir.'-f  Ev<nis  8 I  EvontS ! Or rind  A KB-of  Kv������>l)tH  1-2-4-5  59  05  55'  54  55  56  54  44  47  35  29  Aertr. ot  Events  l-2-.'!-4-r������  112  113  109  104  102  100  103  75  74  74  50  141  140  136  129  128  127  126  101  97  98  67  Tho cup winners were:     F. II. Hutton, Burns cup   and   Association   cup;  W   LiduiLt,  McKie cup; J. A. Hutton,  8,-rnggott   cup; W   H. Dmsmore,  'what  censored   journals  date not  Fripp cup.  mmiM^mMs^s���������������������������~ssm&mmsssaasm},  ������������������mm���������mssismmimm^^ssmm  ~~~~~a������~~5  ~~~~~l  t3������B~  jtsttiSgnsiT^ 8THE    SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   E.G.  A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE FINEST QUALITY  10 CENTS PER PLUG  Wheat That Resists Rust  New Atrocities    ���������  Amaze the Slavs  Germany's  Most  Recent. Attack  On  Non-Combatants Ends Mercy  at  Hands   of Foes  Russians are no less mystified than  'arc the Americans, French, Swedes  ���������and . the rest of the world at what  most persons call "atrocities" recently alleged to have been committed by  Germany against non-combatants.  These deeds, say people here, stupidly antagonize the chivalrous sentiments '"with which the world is willing'-to regard the. hard and ���������more or,  less clean fight the .German''armies  are making on all thclfronts in a superhuman effort to hold the Jerri-|to_ccrlaill defects in'its milling qual  lory already gamed. I.hc deeds .in Jitics it -ias nol bccn regarded with  question Russians* Hunk could npt|favor unt;i t|,e I)rcscnt year. Ih face  have been better calculated to antag-j0f tjie enormous damage done in the  ���������Se-  c������������������������������������   ...���������.    T ���������,,���������. .a* ,.-���������,. ���������(dv   (Remarkable   Results   Are   Bein  {Success Attends Long "-series or Jix-  *    l     to    r   t>  i cured in Alberta  penments  by Prof.  Boley  ,, , , .    ,, Dairying   forms   a   prominent   feat-  Jie enormous damage done to Hie  Jrc  in   [hc  wor,_  c.UTicd  Qn  in   CQn.  spring wheat crop in Manitoba and Veclion with the demonstration  elsewhere has brought to light one of j farms and schools, conducted by the  the most sensational successes of U1C j5cpartmcnl of Agriculture    in     the  Dairy Shorthorns  Source-of German Alarm  world  Province of Alberta. As part of this juewspapers of  work demonstrations have been  given as to the capacity of the  double-purpose Shorthorn as a milk  producer. The records made in the  Alberta    Provincial    farms have  not  experimental farms. .To Prof. Boley,  of ��������� the. North Dakota Agricultural  .College, must be given the credit of  producing after years of study a  wheat  which  is  rust  resistant.  Along in 1903 Frof. Boley person- j quite equalled the best-made at the  ally selected individual plants from J Ontario Agricultural College, where  the Russian wheal fields south of j one dairy Shorthorn gave 12,401  Kazan and on these he has been {pounds of milk in a year. What has  working for thirteen ��������� j'cars. The j been accomplished in Alberta would,  wheat has been a success, but owing j however,  be  creditable   - under     any  i circumstances, and is csp'ccially so in  view of the fact that the Alberta re-  Adoption of Compulsory Service  Great Britain Worries German  Press  One of the features of the lengthy  reviews of flic second year of the  war published in the German  the last Sunday of  jji'ly" is 'the serious comment upon  the adoption of compulsory military  service in England. The Cologne  Gazette, as quoted by the London  Times, said in its review:  "Among the surprises of this war  is the fact that it has brought England to the introduction of universal  military service���������the greatest internal revolution in England's modern  history. Even those who knew England well clung to the last to the  belief that il would-not be.possible  Mortgages in the West  from Ontario,  Dakotas and Minnesota this year il>yel been fully  is the sensation of the hour, and the'  duize   neutral   opinion   and   galvanize  the  foes  of Germany    by hatred to ^  w-��������� >jw w���������  sterner and  more    relentless  efforts, {districts which Lavc"had the courage  says a  report from  Pclrograd. to   grow  this  variety  are  in  a  posi-  Public opinion here in recent Weeks tion to provide many others' with  has been shocked by the sinking of seed of a quality which would have  a hospital ship on the Black Sea, thejbeen unattainable if they had not had  and   that  had 'not  as  acclimatized    in     the  summary execution of Captain Fry-  att, the seizure and banishment to  distant and unknown labor camps of  women and children ; in' Northern  France, and the renewed Zeppelin  raids on England'involving- the death  of non-combatants.  Now comes information that German airmen have bombarded a passenger train occupied by old men  and women fifty miles behind the  front. Russians say the occurrence  was deliberate, and that the cruel  and cowardly massacre of civilians  many leagues away from the excitement and turmoil of the fighting lines  was entirely, indefensible .on the plea  of military necessity or accident. The  passenger train occupied by old men  and '" women was fifty miles from  Dvinsk,   on  the  Riga-Orlav    system,  some miles from the station of B- ,  in a region of open fields, with no  other train approaching nor any other  building near'by. About 7.30 a.m. an  ���������aeroplane was seen coming up.  Shutting off his engine the pilot of  the aeroplane soared over the train  at an elevation of only about 200 i  feet and dropped a bomb which  missed the coaches by a few inches.  Even then the passengers thought it  must be a Russian machine irom  which .the bomb had ..dropped accidentally, for the craft flew the. P,us-  . sian flag.  It was, however a German Albatross. It dropped a second bomb  which also missed, but the third  bomb fell on top of a third-class car  -in the middle of the train. It was  crowded with passengers, and the explosion killed or wounded several  peasant women and children. The  German pilot then wheeled around  and sped back towards  the front.  This occurrence has become widely  known rthiong the soldiers in the advancing Russian armies with the obvious result that its recollection will  probably decide the fate of hundreds  of German men who might otherwise  have had mercy shown to them at a  moment when their Russian antagonists had the choice of killing or  taking them prisoners.  that courage  The wheat is by this time a cross  between the original Russian wheat  and durum wheat, and possesses  many of the characteristics of the  latter variety. Not only is it resistant to the' rust scab, but it is also  immune from other funsaria'l and  fungus root blights. It held its own  during the bad year of 1904-1905 and  has been growing in favor in certain  districts ever since and the-kernels  this year arc seemingly bursting with  glutten.  The chief objection to tins variety  of wheat is that the flour is of too  dark a color. The elevator 'men  bought it /without discrimination for  a year or two, and then gave it up  far more quickly than the milling  test warranted. It is a heavy yicld-  cr under rust conditions, and thrives  especially on the drier and lighter  lands, it has mainly been tried on  "garden plots", which were known to  be diseased and to those disease  germs were due many of its black  points. Prof. Boley says: "I-am-hoping this year to establish more clearly its real merits as to milling values,  as, many farmers on different land  areas, have promised to send in sufficient for larger tests. Furthermore,  its native region is dryer, lighter  laud, and when it has been given a.  trial under these conditions I hope to  see it lose many of its black points,  which are due to disease only. When  these are cultivated on the newer and  disease free lands of the west much  of ��������� the dark color of the flour may  naturally disappear."  cords  were   made  by cows  imported.'to force upon the English people-this  'institution so .-antagonistic to its -fundamental convictions. A last judgment will appreciate the full extent  of this sacrifice, and measure 'thereby  the seriousness of England's intention to make Germany harmless for  English purposes. Nothing njore  plainly shows the immense seriousness of the united will to destroy us  than this-conversion of the English  people to  universal- service."  The   Gazette  goes  on   to  say   that  West  At the demonstration farm at  Sedgewick, Alberta, the Shorthorn  jcow, Lady McKay 2nd, gave 10,472  lbs. of milk in a year, and two other  Shorthorns gave 9,699 and 9,006 lbs.  of milk respectively. Fourteen cows  of ������������������the same breed at this .farm, five  of these being two-year-olds, and one  three, gave an average of over 6,000  lbs. of milk for the year.  The most interesting feature in  connection with what, is" being done  with dairy Shorthorns at these Alberta Provincial farm is found in,  the records made by daughters of one  of the herd bulls. This bull is/ Butterfly King. He has, says the official  report of the Department of Agriculture, all the characteristics of the  choicest dairy Shorthorn sires, and  at the".'.same lime he would in his  prime have stood in good company  in any beef show ring.    This bull is  the adoption of compulsion has riev  crtheless "been in vain." The Frankfurter Zeitung also emphasizes the  importance of compulsion in - England, although it says that "hundreds  of thousands are surely tolerating it  only with gnashing of teeth."  The Frankfurter Zeitung, in its  leading article, declares that it is not  Germany that bears "the terrible guilt  of every fresh day on which thousands die." Germany can onl}' "hold  out until, the hour at which the  strength  of her enemies  is devoured  the sire of one cow which produced in their own fire, and until the day  8,343 pounds of milk iu nine months; | when reason finally masters arro-  anothcr which is credited with 5,284, gancc." The journal says that Gei>  1 pounds in a little over six months;-many's victory will consist in sclf-  of  a   three-year-old   which   produced [maintenance"  2,561 pounds in three months, and aj -In a long article on "War Fin-  two-year-old which has a record of auces" the Frankfurter Zeitung  3,454 pounds of milk in five-months.]claims that German methods have  The departmental, report claims for proved superior; but the'-writer-does  this^ bull that he has more daughters noV say  that: flic  situation is   sound.  The Progress of "Kulture*'  What it.Has Done to Assist Germany  in the War  The German outrages steadily rise  in   gravity and  horror.     We   had  at  in the Record of Merit in Canada  than any other dairy Shorthorn bull  iu the Dominion.  New Type of Aeroplane  Improved    British    Biplane    Second  Fastest Thing in the World  bc-  A new type of aeroplane now  ing used by the British at the fiunii.������������������. ������������������   ,��������� .��������� ,  ii       i ,   1   r      1-7   t- i   ' inS ant apparent   war  has  already    accounted  for 27   Fok-��������� - - ���������  Dealing  with  the belligerents  generally1, t he: says  that  as  long as   confidence  can   be  maintained  "the  technique-of war finance holds out, cspe-. ��������� ���������    i  cially as paper and the printing press������������������ w-as  pointed  are not only able to produce 'money' Proyc    the  for     the    time,    but  are    admirable  means  of  producing a  brilliant     deception  regarding  tlfe  actual  impoverishment    by    artificially producing  the outset the hideous massacres of  Belgian non-combatants, the infamy  of Louvain, and unspeakable crimes  against women. Wc have had in the  later months of the war murder of  the wounded, the methodical starvation of our prisoners, and the infamous treatment of llie French civilian  population al Lille, which is being  systematically enslaved to minister  to the conqueror's lust or toil for his  profit. We had the massacre of neutrals and non-conibalants in the l.us-  itania and the shooting of Miss  Cavcll. Now a new German submarine campaign on the largest  scale is imminent. The assassination of Captain Fryatt by court-  martial is part of a settled, coldblooded policy. It has been committed deliberately with the object  of terrorising the officers of  merchant service and  them from offering any  If they can be cowed, the German i that  and he knows nothing of  character and iron-hearted  courage���������our food supply can be cut  off and then Great Britain is undone, Kulturc is supreme, the cause  of liberty and civilization has for  tver  perished.���������London   Daily -Mail.  Confiscating' Contraband  The  Humor and Glory  of the  Censor's Museum  When the war is all over, and we  can look back upon its little ironies,  humors and minor tragedies, one of  the most attractive places in which  to study these phases of the war will  be the museums of the censors in  the various belligerent countries.  The effectiveness of the British  blockade is responsible for a number .[but its  of the exhibits that already crowd'tcnt-  the space allotted to the censor's  museum in  Great Britain.  Upon entering one is introduced to  a parcel of books for "the lonely soldiers at the front, or at least that is  what it seems to be lill'you begin o  study the literature. Then you behold   the   remains   of   bacon!       You  kers, according to a statement made 1  by    Baron   Montagu.       C.   G.   Grey,  editor    of The Aeroplane,    gives the i  following    description    of this    new  aerial destroyer.  "These small fighting''machines are  distinctly a British product, having  been introduced by the Sopwith firm  a year or so before the war. From  first experiments they have been de-  vlopcd and fitted with more and  more powerful engines, until today  the British scout biplane is the fastest thing in the world except a projectile from :. gun. The German Fok-  ker monoplane is a fast destroyer,  success is. limited to some cx-  "The improvement in the British  aeroplanes may eventually have a  considerable effect on the air defenses of Britain. It must necessarily be  more rapid than the improvement in  airships, and consequently it is quite  probable that the new types of destroyer aeroplanes  may be produced  front'"-buying power and artificially creat-  'ing an apparent War 'boom.'" The  Zeitung says that the German Empire has thus far been able to finance  the war >"almost without having recourse to the printing press.". It  says that the circulation of large  quantities of German paper money  in Belgium, Northern France and Poland constitutes "a serious problem  jof the future" Elsewhere, in- the  same article the Zeitung says:  "It would be a-folly unworthy of a  grown-up people to try to conceal  the extent of the sacrifices ior us  and our allies, if the conclusion of  peace were not to bring us a large  war indemnity. But for the period of  the war ������������������ which is what matters as  regards our - strength in financial  readiness to make sacrifices and in  economic capacity���������wc can be satisfied."  by j Lenders and Borrowers Confer, And  Better Understanding on Both  Sides Likely to Result  For a number of years, says. The  Grain Growers' Guide, there has been  a good deal of criticism on the part  of the farmers in the West against  mortgage companies. Four-fifths of  the farms in the Prairie Provinces  are mortgaged, and it is therefore a  question of vital interest to the farming community. The prevailing average rate of interest in Manitoba on  farm mortgages is seven per cent.,  and in Saskatchewan and Alberta  eight per cent., and there are mortgages carrying nine per cent., with  some higher rates' in outlying districts.  The expense o'f.-foreclosure is also  complained of. -The expenses in Alberta- for. foreclosures'- on farms arc  almost double those of the other, two  provinces, running as high as $400 to  foreclose a $1,000- mortgage", on a  quarter section. The delays are also  very serious iu {hat province. Legislation makes foreclosure proceedings  very slow, very tedious and very  costly, and_ all the cost must come  out of the farmer if he has any equity  left in  his  property.  Very frequently, too, land lindci  mortgage is abandoned and grows  up to weeds. Noxious weeds inspectors destroy the ' weeds, and frequently put.a very heavy charge on  the land. At times it has run as high  as $600-.against a half section. This  is made a prior charge to the first  mortgage, and in a number of cases  where foreclosure proceedings have  taken place it has been found "after  paying off the weed charges, seed  grain liens, destruction of gopher  charges-and other charges, the mortgage companies might sustain a loss-  of several   hundred  dollars.  A conference was recently held  between representatives of mortgage *  companies and . representative western farmers "with a view to bringing  about a better understanding.' It was  soon found that a common meeting  ground - existed, and both parties  agreed in recommending that all existing legislation giving priority over  first mortgages to claims othef than  legitimate taxes. should be repealed,  and that no future legislation of that  nature should be enacted. This, it  out, would tend to- im-  security given under a  mortgage and so reduce the rate of  interest. It was also pointed out by  the representatives of the lenders that  there is very generally a feeling in  rural communities of the West against the absentee land owners, particularly if held by a'mortgage company, and that the levying of excessive charges against such also fends  to reduce the security of lenders, and  in': this way again interest rates are  necessarily increased.  The conference should make for a  better understanding between lenders  and borrowers. .'....". V"  on.      A cask of rags,    collected I which .will make it almost impossible  suffering   children," and shipped.'for.  airship.s   i0   get   away   from   the j practices  neutral     country   to   Gcrmanv, i British     Isles,    if    they  ever    reach  'them.  drugs and surgical    appli-  pass  for  by  a  contained  ances.  A pound of lard was artistically  designed to represent a copy of the  Springfield Republican or a packet  of pure rubber to look like a bundle  of narcissus bulbs.  There is one specimen that has not  even been disguised.      It is a parcel  of 15 lbs._of bacon. That is not very  unusual, but this bacon is not as other  bacon���������that is evident. The man who  was sending this to Germany thought  so  much   of his  gift  that  he  sent  it  letter post and pasted stamps on it to  the value of 15s, Is for every pound  ourjof bacon in the package.    Somewhere  righlcning !ia   Germany   there   is   a   family   still  resistance. | waiting in very' much  the  same way  Mother  Hubbard's  dog  had   to  "Improvements in        climbing,  .strength and power of aeroplanes  | have been so great that they can now  ���������be reasonably, expected to outclimb  'an airship, and the speed of the best  [aeroplane has always been superior  to that of the best contemporary air-  'ship.  "So that with these improvements  in the organization of the defense  stations, it is  not unlikely that even'forty  '   " "In  Evidence of German Barbarism  ' In the White Book���������or official report���������recently issued by the French  Government asking neutral powers  to make investigations into inhuman  by German troops, sworn  evidence is given of men seventy  to eighty years old made  of women  forced  to labo  others  unlikely  the  most  improved   German   airships  may find it too expensive to continue  to annoy the British Isles."  argues  their  is go-  Straws Going With the Wind  Two years ago the German leader  v/ho dared express any doubt^about  the ability of the Kaiser to win would  have been arrested. Today it is safe  recreation. All of which means that  the jig is up.���������Philadelphia North  American.  W.     N,     U.      1123  Just for Fun  Alice:  1   hear your husband  ing to have an aeroplane?  wajt j     Eva:   That's   something   I   wouldn't  All     these    innocent    bundles     of; P.?'���������!.'.1:    und*r     fl-ny     circ",s������a������������s.  ncwspapcrs_ arc not what they seem  !fire of    French    troops,    and  compelled   to  dig  trenches.  It also makes a  charge,  based on  the  testimony  of  a   witness,   that  in  j October, 1914, the Germans took  from the Department' of Pas de  Calais a party of inhabitants, and  that they used llicin as shields against the fire of the French and that  were thus foiled.  F������������������, Mcurlhe  work assigned to the  uncompleted in time,  pended from a tree by  rope passed under' his  Germans Fought to Death  In the Horror There Was an Occasional Gleam of Humor  ' Philip Gibbs, in a story sent from  headquarters in France of the fighting around  Thiepval,  says:  Alany Germans defended themselves to the death. A sentry outside one of the dugouts saw the British approaching, and turning quickly  he sliouted down the word "England"  to his comrades below. One of the  Warwicks closest to him hurled his  last bomb at him and then, seizing  the man's rifle, sprang on to the parapet ready to shoot the Germans as  they came up. They came up in a  swarm with bombs, and there was a  to work; [great conflict, which ended only when  under the j the last German  was dead.  The neatly rolled ends arc but  cleverly made plugs of paper and  wood. Pull one of these plugs out  and you will find a long sausage-  shaped bag of calico containing anything from sliced ham to Para rubber, from rice to tobacco.  Mourning  Liverpool  colors  Post.  don't become  me.���������  Edith (sighing): Oh, dear! Tom  hasn't  proposed  yet.  Marie: Well, what can you expect  of a chap who never rims his auto  over ten miles au hour?  was    left  hour."  and Moselle,  /Mayor   being  he  was  sus-  mcans    of a  arms, and he  in   this    position  about an  "Do animals possess the sentiment  of affection?" asked the school teacher of the little girl.  "Veth, ma'am,    Almost always."  "Good," praised the teacher. "Now,"  turning to a little boy, "tell me what  animal has the greatest natural fondness   for man?"  The small boy considered carefully,  then  returned: "Woman."  In one dugout there was, in the  midst of all this horror, a comic episode A curtain divided the dugouts. A Warwickshire man thrust-  bis bayonet beneath the curtain,  when suddenly the curtain .was drawn  to one side and a German soldier,  yawning and rubbing his eyes with  his knuckles, stood Iherc as though to  say "What's up?" He had slept  heavily through the bombardment  and the attack, and now believed he  was 'dreaming.  Canada as a Wheat Exporter  "Ten years ago no one would have  thought that Canada would enter the  field as an exporter of wheat. Today  the Dominion is able to export 275,-  000,000 bushels. .Two other of England's colonics, India and Australia,  have 175,000,000 bushels to sell, with  Argentine able to export 150,000,000  bushels," writes a railway authority. "-"  "This total of 600,000,000 bushels is  more than enough to take care of all  of Europe's import needs, which are  normally about 500,000,000 bushels."  "is good ted9  m���������meaii��������������������������� ���������.miiazisuixsxzz  TKK  SuiV,    GliAxND    FORKS,    B. a  w  ���������MHMMMIHn  The best  yeast, in  the world  Makes  perfect  \ bread.  MADE  IN  CANADA Jj'J  LWGILLETT COMPANY LIMITED  V      ���������     TORONTO.ONT..  WINNIPEG  MONTREAL     ,,.������>  mmrnmuH������ntnti.i\  "Making the Great Canada'  Presenting   a Sublime    Spectacle of  Unselfishness  and  Devotion  to Principle  The sacrifices that our big sister  who lives next doqr to us on the  north is making to do her sliarc for  the Mother Country in the present  war of Europeans, arc so vast and  inspiring that they challenge the admiration of the world, says the Cleveland, Ohio, Plain Dealer. Nobody  courts trouble, but everybody feels  like cheering a plucky soul, who, being in trouble, goes sturdily about  the task of forcing an honorable way  out of it.  ' With Canada it is a simple mailer  fflhg "Anuric". Es so ���������  INSURANCE  Against Sudden Beatii.  Before an Insurance Company will  take a risk on your life the examining  physician will test the urine arid report  whether you are a good risk. When  your kidneys get sluggish and clog,  you suffer from backache, sick-headache, dizzy spells, or the twinges and  pains of lumbago, rheumatism and  gout. The urine is often cloudy, fuli  of sediment; channels often get sore  and sleep is disturbed two or three  limes a night. This is the time you  should consult some physician of wide  experience���������such as Dr. Pierce of the  Invalids''-Hotel aud Surgical Institute,  Germany's Food Restrictions  JSatifig   of an Extra    Egg a    Crime  Against- the Fatherland  Adolph vou Batocki, president of  the German food regulation .board,  has issued an appeal to the women of  rural Germany to divide their food  with" the women and children of the  towns and cities, says a Reuter despatch from Amsterdam.  Herr von Batocki in his appeal says  the "harvest this year is in general  abundant and that the cattle have recovered from the effects of the fodders-scarcity of. last winter Caused by  the "failure of crops.  He .adds: "Restrictions everywhere  are-necessary, and all. the more necessary ��������� the longer the war lasts.  These restrictions must be increased  for "rural households.-. Anyone living  on- the land who consumes even half  a. litre of milk or- a quarter of a  pound more of butter, or even an egg  more than is absolutely necessary,  sins" against the fatherland.   An orgr "������jJI   ,  animation would  be created & order ^ ina,*nutrition ;s the result.   Mil  t(Lbu-r,.U? aA1_b"t-lCIJ:!5���������g;SH^C8.?.lMbl :!,' lcr's  Worm  Powders  destroy worms  of fighting ( frorn a  sense of  rcspon-J Buffalo, N. Y.    Send him 10 cents for  ������������������*"���������������������������������������������"     "      *"*    ��������� '--   6ampie package of his new discovery,  "Anuric." Write him your symptoms  and send a sample of" urine for testi  Experience has taught Dr. Pierce that  "Anuric''' is the most powerful agent  in dissolving uric acid, as hot water  melts sugar; besidea being absolutely:  harmless it is endowed with other  properties, for.it preserves: the kidneys  in a healthy condition by-thoroughly  cleansing them. Being so many times  more active"' than lithia, ifc ^clears the  . heart valves of any sandy substances  which may clog them and checks the  degeneration of the blood-vessels, as  well as regulating blood pressure.  "Anuric" is a regular insurance and  life-saver for all bigfmeat eaters arid those  who deposit lime-salts in/their; joints.  Ask the druggist for "Anuric" put up  by Dr. Pierce, in 50-cent packages.  sibility to the British Empire Canada  has not shirked that responsibility.  She is not fighting because she loves  war and enjoys the daily perusal of  casualty lists. Her griefs arc such  that a people less staunch and loyal  would be crushed under their'weight.  The war has dealt heavily with the  great Dominion. She has given freely the best of her manhood to the  British cause���������a sublime spectacle of  unselfishness and devotion to principle  Her reward? There must be a reward for such heroic sacrifice It will  probably come from the fact that a  great sorrow binds those who feel it  closer and closer together. The wai  is a bitter trial to the Canadian  spirit, but the trial will leave the Dominion eventually a stronger, greater  country than ever. Canada is suffering much, but she suffers uncomplainingly and the tempering process of  affliction, added to the- cohesive influence of a great cause that demands  universal sacrifice on the part of her  sons, will mean a country more glorious when the days of trouble arc  past.  Worms, by the irritation that they  cause in  the stomach and intestines,  deprive    infants    of the nourishment  should    derive from  food,  STRENOTH AND BEAUTY  Come with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical  Discovery. This is a blood cleanser and  alterative that starts the liver and stom-  ���������ach into vigorous actio*-. It thus assists  the body to manufacture rich red blood  which feeds the heart, nerves, brain and  organs of the body. The organs work  smoothly like machinery running in oi).  You feel clean, strong and strenuous in*  stead of tired, weak and faint.  etc.-,   that   can   be   dispensed   with   in  . the" country   and -use   them   to feed  the "big towns.  the "army and-the-poorer families in  "Little, can-be accomplished by  force or by continual increase in  prices which have already become  exorbitant " for many* of the'poorer  families.- Only through rational,  ���������pontancousi patriotic 'co-operation  of'"'thc rural population can the .object be attained."  ������������������vThere is more Catarrh in tin's section of  8ie* country than all other diseases-put to-  fcether, and for years it was supposed to be  jjcurable. -Doctors prescribed local remedies,  and by constantly failing'to cure with local  treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh  is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore! requires  constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh  '      "J.  Cheney  & Co.,  and correct the morbid conditions in  the stomach and bowels that are favorable to worms, so that the full, nutriment of the child is assured and  development in everv way encouraged.  Russian Jews To Be  Reciuited in Great Britain  There Arc Large Numbers of Them'  -   Who'Escaped Service in Their  Own  Country  A middle way has been  found toward solution of the problem of what  to do with many thousands of. Russian and P'olish Jews who arc living  Cure, manufactured by F.  J.  Cheney  & Co.,   in      Britain,   _ having^   escaped  /mili-  roledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, isitary service in the Czars army, and  aken  internally and  acts  through  the  Blood  not   corning    under    the  British  con-;/  ���������a -the Mucous .Surfaces of the System. One  Hundred Dollars reward . is offered for any  ���������:ase that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure.  Send for circulars and testimonials.  * "F. J.  CHENEY-' & CO., Toledo,  Ohio.  - Sold by Drufffjists,  75c.  Russia Will Have  Grand Awakening  Peaceful Revolution Is Expected to  do Great Things at Close  of the War  Travellers coming from Russia, no  matter of what nationality, talk of but  one thing, the wonderful awakening  of Russia. Americans, in particular,  seem greatb* impressed by the growth  of national spirit in the half-mediaeval  empire and are most sanguine as to  its future.  Great as is the awakening already,  all'agree-that it is nothing to what  "wili take place immediately after the  war, when millions of soldiers return with the new outlook upon the  ���������world, new ideas, and new knowledge of civilized living. Russia, it is  said, full}'- expects a revolution after  the war, but the hope and belief is  that it will be purely political and unattended by bloodshed and destruction.  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple and effective cure is Mother  Graves'  Worm  Exterminator.  The number of women cngageclin  making munitions in Japan has increased'35 per cent, since the 1st of  January, 1916.  scription laws. In London, Manchcs-'  ter, Liverpool and other big cities,  whole colonies of these exist, a large  proportion of them of military age,  who naturally came to be .regarded  with no favorable eye by their English neighbors, whose: men were engaged in war work. /  After some agitation, the government proposed to enact a law whereby Russian Jews of military age  would be forced to enlist in the British army under the threat of being  sent back to Russia, where they  would be liable to heavy penalties as  defaulters from military service This  project aroused a storm of disapproval, "though." ably defended by Sir  Herbert Samuel. ton's  Pills    strengthen  the  stomach,  Sir Herbert, -while not withdrawing!regulate the bowels and prevent any  the original proposals, has now hit [tendency to appendicitis. In one day  on a icompromise.    Reason and per--you feel the tremendous benefit of Dr  Side Jobs Barred  Civil Servants Will Have to Stick to  Regular Employment  It is understood that the minister  of finance is about to issue an order  which will put; a.stop to the practice  common among, civil servants of doing ,little side jobs during their spare  time in" order to earn extra-money.  The reason for this step,, it is .pointed'/' out,' is because at this particular  time, when ; the- government is cm-  ploying large-��������� numbers of extra  clerks,, the civil servants should concentrate their minds entirely on the  work which the government is; paying them/to do. / *    /  'As a result of thegrowing shortage  of labor of every kind, the regulations governing the maximum age  of candidates ��������� for- admission to "the  'civil service have been dropped. An  prdef-in-council has been passed to  the effect that during the continuance of tlie. war a candidate for examination "and appointment to the  civil service will not be ineligible  by reason of the fact that his age is  greater than 35 years.  The Cause of Appendicitis  Now Definitely Known  The commonest causc-of appendicitis is constipation. Every doctor  says so. When-you require physic,  don't use a cheap drastic pill���������get  Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which are made  from the private formula of one of  the   greatest  physicians".. Dr.   Harnil  suasion1 arc to be substituted for force  and threatening. A responsible committee of leading Russian Jews,    Sir  Hamilton's Pills. By purifying the  blood and cleansing the system- they  prevent headaches, lift depression a-nd  Herbert announces, has been formed drive away weariness. No medicine  which will conduct an active recruit->so successful as Dr. Hamilton's Pills,  ing campaign in London   and    other Sold  everywhere  in  25c  boxes,  With  centres among the foreign Jewish  people and definite inducements will  be held out to them voluntarily to  enlist. There is the idea of forming  a special Jewish corps.  Searchlights at Gibraltar are so  powerful that the whole passage to  the African coast is visible all  through the night.  All women must make themselves  useful. I would sooner clean out a  pigstv than dust a drawing-room. ���������  Mrs. "Roland Wilkins.  yellow cover; get the genuine.  Minard's    Liniment  where.  for sale    cvery-  Failed to Notice It  A very inquisitive man was sitting  at a table next to a man who had  lost an arm above  the  elbow. '  "I sec you have lost an arm," finally was ventured.  The onc-armed man picked up his  empty sleeve and peered into it.  "Great Scott! I believe I have,"  he answered.���������New York Globe  Increasing Storage Capacity  More Elevators Are Being Built to  Handle the Western Crops  The Grain Growers' Grain Co., a  farmers' organization whose activities extend over the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and 'Manitoba,  lias let the contract for the erection  of a new storage elevalor al Fort  William, with a 300,000 bushel capacity. Port William already has 19  elevators, with a total storage capacity of 26,940,000 bushels, of which  two elevators already belong to or  arc leased by the Grain Growers'  Grain  Company.  The Saskatchewan Co-opcralivc  Elevator- Company, another farmers'  organization, intends building this  year as many as possible of the 30  new elevators which it has had in  contemplation for some time past,  one'of which is a terminal elevator  of 2,500,000 bushels capacity, and for  which it expects to have sufficient  liquid capital to pay out of its .own  funds without borrowing. Three  large interior terminal elevators were  completed" by the Canadian Government last summer, at Calgary, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw, with a capacity of 2,500,000 bushels in the first  case and 3,500,000 bushels each, in  the other tw'o. A certain amount of  last year's crop was handled at these  three points. This j'car, however,  will see that amount greatly augmented.  A new feature will mark.the handling of the 1916 Western Canadian  grain crop. Anticipating tlie westward movement of grain to the Pacific coast and thence through' the  Panama Canal, the Dominion Government has erected a large elevator  at-Vancouver, B.C., through which it  is not idle to suppose a proportion of  the.grain shipments destined for Europe will this year pass. This new  elevator has just been taken off the  contractors' hands 'by the Dominion  Grain Commission.  ���������'. At the end of April, 1915, the total  elevator capacity of Western Canada,  according to the joint tariff published by the Canadian railways/was  148,435,000 bushels. With the additions made that arc referred to above  and others that have not been announced, it is safe to assume that  this year the elevators of Western  Canada will be capable of storing  155,000,000'bushels.. The flour milling/capacity "of--the country in the  summer, of 1915 Was 59,000. barrels  per day. and a corresponding increase  in this direction is also to be looked  for.  The Army of  Constipation  la Growing Smeller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������they not  orily.give relief���������  they permanently  cure Constipation.    Millions use  them for  Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Pric*,  Genuine must bear Signature  They  Got  Slapped for It  "Vou're sweet  enough   to   cat,"  '-"he, ���������������������������".���������  As on the porch they sat.  "The Skceters think I am," said  "They're giving proof of that.  said  sue.  The Ideal  Stella: "The    ostrich    doesn't  .much, and  digests  everything."  It .Eases Pain. Ask any druggist  or dealer in medicines what is the  most popular of the medicinal oils  for pains in, the joints, in the muscles or nerves, or: for neuralgia and  rheumatism, and he will tell you that  *Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is iu  greater demand, than any other. The  reason for this" is that it possesses  greater healing qualities than any  oilier oil.  SCi  Bella:  "What an ideal husband."  One out of every ten farmers in  Manitoba is a tenant, and two-fifths  of the residents of the urban districts  are tenants.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  J. D. A.  EVANS  CRYSTAT, CITY. MAN.  Teacher of English in All Brandies  , Correspondence Course to Suit Actual  Requirements of the I'upil.  ��������� Moderate Fee..  Church Union at the Front  A Baptist chaplain says: "Communion at the front is a pathetically  simple thing. I Wish you could have  been at my last. A. lad asked me to  hear his confession; and when*"wc  commenced several devoutly -crossed  themselves as they took bread aud  wine. Life out here is too big for  fine distinctions, and men never ask  if the Communion is according to  the order of their Lord. I wonder  if wc shall learn the lesson and prepare a welcome-'worthy of the lads  who arc teaching us things. We arc  one out here. What .God hath joined together let no man put asunder."  All Night with Asthma. Everyone  knows how attacks of asthma often  keep their victim awake the whole  night long. Morning finds hint  wholly unfitted for a day of business,  and .yet, business must still be carffed  through. All this night suffering and  lack of rest can be avoided by the  prompt use of Dr. J._ D. .Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy," which positively  does drive away the attacks.  The ."Back Number"  A merchant who fails to use newspaper advertising is termed a "back  number" by Henry C. Brown, advertising manager for te Victor Talking  Machine Company. He cites-interesting instances of firms who would not  part with tlie ownership of their  trade-marks  for millions  of  dollars.  It lies within the power of any  dealer to mount to great heights as  a captain of industry if he will use  newspaper advertising judiciously,  lie declared.���������Kingston-Whig.  A western stock man dehorns his  calves with Gillelt's lye When a  calf is a few days old he rubs grease  around the place where the horn is  due to appear and puts lye on the  scat *of the horn itself, No horn  grows, and no  scar is  left.  fa no more nec*.<wnry  than Smallpox; Army  experience his demonstrated  the almost miraculous efficacy, and harmlessness, of Antityphoid VaccinaUon. ���������  Be vaccinxted NOW by your physician, you yd  your family. It is more vital than house insurance.  - Ask your physician, druggist, or send to nttava  you bad Typhoid?" telllnc of Typhoid T*ec'ne,  results from us', and danger from Typhoid Carriers.  THE CUTTER LABOBATORY, BEBKELEY, CAL  PKOBUCIHS VACCINES ��������� SERUMS UXBER U. S. SOY. UCIKII  **Hg NEWfREHCH REMEDY. M.I. M.S. N.B."  Used in French  Hospitals with  trra: success, CURES CHRONIC WEAKNESS. LOST VIG0������  * Vl-J KIDNEY. BLADDER. DISEASES. BLOOD rciSOK.  riLEi EITHER NO. DRUGGISTS Cr WAIL $!. FOST 4 CTa  FfiUCESA Co. SB. BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK or LYMAN BRO������  roxo.NTo  ��������� .white for FREE book to Dr. Le Cleeo  Med Co haverstockRd.hampstead. London. Etia.  rRYNEWDRAGEEtTASTEI.ESS)rORMOP   EASY TO TAlB  SAFE AND  LASTING CURS,  ������EE THAT TRADE  MARKED WORD  'THERAPIO.-f - IS OS  BKII.GOVI STAMr AFFIXED TO ALL GENUINE rACIXTB,  G&c&'s Cettefl Roof Compoafifi,  Aeerfe, rtltaW* regulating,  Vttdtcine. Sold ia three d������i  trees ol strength. No. 1,  $1; No. 2, %Z; No. 3. fS  per box. Sold by all  druggists, or sent pre������  paid in plain package on  receipt of price. Freo  pamphlet.    Address:  THE COOK MEDICIME COJ  ���������ICaSHTO. CAT. (fe-wte ffla^J  ��������� ;   Artie tfca's  Pioneer  D62 remedies  BOOK  OX  DOG DISEASES  And How to Feed  Hailed free  to any addresj by  the Author  H. CLAY GLOVER CO., Inc.  118 West 31st Street, New York  ARLINGTON  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Something better than linen and big laundry  bills.     Wish   it   with  soap   and  water      All  stores  or direct.     State style and  size,     l-'oi  25e. we will mail you.  THE ARLINGTON COMPANY OP  CANADA, Limited  SS l'nitr Areaum, Toronto, Ontario)  W.     N.     U.     1123  jf  J   ���������  y  X THE   SUJN,    GKAND'   FORKS,   B. C.  atcfi  Faults  VKlDoes your watch run  |i"correctly? If you experience any difficulty with it, leave it  with us. We will  give it an expert examination. If it needs  repairs we can supply them at a modern  ate cost..   If  it  does  not, we will frankly tell you so.     A watch repaired by us  will run cor-  eotiy. A, D, MORRISON i%TNLo%-^psJToN  i Galipeau, Chas. Fisher,- Wm. Stewart, W.  C.  . Chalmers, Geo. O'Keefe, Alwin Frache, N.  Taylor, J. Green, F. Eusscll and 3ST. McNevin  I were some of the petit jurors. who = attended  the Greenwood assizes on Wednesday. The  grand jurors from this city were E. E. Gibson,  S. G. Kirk, Robert' Gaw and IT. A. Sheads.  Mw (Srattib 3atM i������utt  G. A. EVANS. EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  AN INDEPENDENT NEWSl'AL'ER.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain) ������1.00  One Year (in the United States)     1 o0  Address al] communications to  The Gkand Fokks Sun,  Puojjjb 101R Gkaxd Forks, B. C.  OI'KICE:    COLUMBIA AVENUE AND LAKE STREET.  The case of Coleman vs. Cass, which was  to have come before Mr. Justice Morrison at  the assizes in this city today, has been settled  out of court.  Luss, the Bridosvillc holdup man, was given  five years! imprisonment by Mr. Justice Morrison at the Greenwood assizes on Wednesday.  J. .D..Campbell, of the Granby company,  made a trip to the Crow's Nest this week ��������� to  investigate the coke supply.  Miss Pollard, who has been stavine* with  Mrs. S. R Almond for the past six months,  left this week for England to enlist as. a Red  Cross nurse.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910.  The' New  York   Mining  American   says:  Capital from the United Stotes will continue  to invest in British   Columbia enterprises, in  spite of the Liberal victory of September  14.  Foreign investment in mining and other industrial  enterprises   was   made  the issue of the  late campaign on the  part  of the  Conservatives, and, judging  by  the   results, the   well-  springs of capital  must immediately  dry  up.  t is one of the ironies of politics that the-predicted   calamity seldom happens.    If it were  actually true that  outside  investors   awaited  the result of the British Columbia  election, it  is likely that these investors have already forgotten   how they  were  expected  to conduct  themselves, and they will now .set  about  investing in British Columbia mines and other  enterprises, as though there had been no election at all.    This is usually the way of it.   At  this distance, one does  not  need  to  possess  any feeling of bias with respect to British Columbia politics in order to express the opinion  that outside  capital   will continue tt) receive  encouragement from Liberals  and  Conservatives alike.  A short session of the board of trade was  held on Wednesday, evening, when the bills  incurred in connection with the banquet tendered the delegates to the Associated Boards  of Trade were ordered to be paid.  A grass fire near the residence of C. H.  Niles called out the fire brigade Thursday  afternoon. The flames crawled up Observation mountain for safety.  The brain of a man exceeds  twice  that  of  any other animal.  "Flello, Mike!    Where did you get that black eye1?"  "Why,   O'Grady's just   back   from his honeymoon, an'  'twas me advised him to set married."  The Sun, at $1.00 per year, givesjts readers  three times more reading matter than any  other Boundary paper. This fact accounts  for the rapid increase in our circulation.  Besides being read by all the intelligent people of Grand Forks, The Sun goes to every  ranch home in the Kettle and North Fork  valleys. No other Boundary paper can give  advertisers this guarantee.  Nearly all the lawyers in one of our neighboring towns are now on the "sick list." They  may now properly be referred as belonging to  the ill legal profession.  The present war has been prolific in producing . men of valor, but there is an evident  dearth of singers capable of immortalizing  their heroic deeds in verse. Miles of doggerel  have been printed in the daily and weekly  press, but none���������excepting Robert J. C.  Stead's poem on the death of Lord Kitchener  ���������is likely to outlive the conflict. Possibly  tlie cause of the inactivity on the part of the  epic Muse may be, that at the present time  Pegasus is finding more useful employment as  a cavalry mount. After the conflict some  future Homer, who may even now bo concealed in the trenches, will surely arise to  sing of the many noble sacrifices made by the  men at the front.  For not on downy plumes, nor under shade  Of canopy reposing, fame is won;  Without which whosoe'r consumes his days,  Leaveth such vestige of himself on earth,  As smoke in air or foam upon the wave.  ��������� Dante Alighieri.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on.hand.  Highest market price paid for live  stock.'  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  ��������� in your -favor is good printing,  it starts things off in your favor.  People read your arguments,  reasons, conclusions, when attractively presented. It carries  weight. Enterprising men use  GOOD PRINTING because it GETS  BUSINESS, If you don'talready  know our kind of printing,, let us  show you. It's'a "certainty that  we can save you money, too.  In the Grand Forts Valley  18 acres in alfalfa; 2-acre  orchard; good house and  barn and other buildings.  NEWS OF THE CITY  People who wish to call up the editoY of  this paper for the purpose of "calling him  down," are reminded- that The Sun's new  phone number is 101R We are always at  home when we are not somewhere else.  The Sun is tbe largest and best  newspaper printed in the Boundary  country, and the price is only one-  half that of its local contemporaries.  It is a valuable advertising medium  because its large subscription list  has been obtained, and is maintained, merely on its merits as a  newspaper. It uses no indirect or  questionable methods to secure subscribers.  For further information  call at  C.   V.  Meggitt,  Chas.  Bickorton,   W.   J.  AIHB LIVERY  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Rigs  and Good  Horses at All Hours  at  the  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68 Second Street  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made  to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  R.CMcCUTCHEON  WINNIPBG AVENUE  Pays for The  h^'^' Sun for an  entire year. It is the brightest  paper in the Boundary con itry  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 increases day by day and year by year,  until it exerts an irresistible   no *rer."  UULtUmmjMJlMMUmtllUimaiMKIUBBBamlSHKS rfH^js-j-is* ^^^^^^^^/tx-i-^^^i^J^^^^^r:  '5  V.  THE   SUN,    3RAND   FORKS,   B. C.  Big Job for BreWSter    ;    jlations be hanged!    British   Col urn  bia,should sit- up nighis awhile  helpi g I-Jrewpter untangle its tail  from its .front legs. It has had sleep  enough;���������The Canadian Courier.  "Any really, firsl-class  sleeper 'like  British Columbia can   do   about 'as  ��������� well on his right ear as our his; left  ear. Tho Sunset province has rolled  over from Conservatism to  Liberal-  ��������� ism,   but   without   any' guarantee  I hat it will stay, awake,  politically.  The   Toronto   Globe  congratulates  British Columbia and refers   to   the  change from a   Bowser  government!  to   a   Jirevvster   government 'as   a  change to a higher  ethical   plane���������  which is rubbish.   If  Bowser was a  political thug as we have always believed, then it was British Columbia  who aided and   abetted   this   thuggery; aud if Pretty Dicky   McBride  sometimes   acted   like   a  drunken  saiJor   with   a  pocket full of  some  one   else's   money, it   was - British  Columbia who winked   at his folly.  Junius.aren't in it.    The only' congratulations coming   to British Columbia are the kind   a   man   would  get who had started to cut his throat  auu    then   changed, .his .mind., If  Bruit-h Columbia drops off to. sleep  again it ivilf ruin  friend   Brewster  jubi as it ruined   Bowser  and   Mo  Bnue.    It   v\iii fail to take a steady  luitrest in its owii public questions*.  It will clamor  tor  whatever   thinus  seem to piounse   quick'   prot-periiy,  auu u will be impatient of the more  iiUUi-UruiLi but indispensable phages  ������������������I   oiateoiall  lor   lack   of which the  ^luvuict nuw liuds ltsell wliereit is,  i-i.ai.cially.     U hat British   Columbia wants is mote attention to  agri-  culture aud less to the. price of   real  thtate.    More attention   to   growing  and marketing food than to pushing  k} scrapers into the sk-y.   Congratu  A Substitute for Booze  The elimination of the enlivening  Mexican Peyota bean from the diet  of the South Dakota reservation Indians is the mission of Earl B. Putt,  a chemist, who has gone to Washington to obtain anti-bean legislation. The bean- is supposedly a substitute for booze, which, as booze is  barred from the Indians, is a contraband diet.  A brew from the bean causes the  Indians to' grow utterly indifferent  to bulldogs and to see pink elephants with wings. Putt doesn't  know whether to tackle the job under the Harrison drug law or the  Indian anti firewater legislation.  October 19 Will Be  Red Cross Day  Time flies, although it has no aviator's license.  END" STOMACH TEOUBLE,  GASES OS DYSPEPSIA  "Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour,  Oaesy Stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  If what you just ate is souring on  your stomach or lies like a lump of  lead, refusing-to digest, or you belch,  gas   and   eructate   sour,   undigested  food, or have a feeling of dizziness,-  heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste  in mouth- and stomach-headache, you  can get blessed relief in five minutes.  Piit an end to stomach trouble forever  by getting a large fifty-cent case of  Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.  You realize In five minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion,  dyspepsia  or   any  stomach  disorder.  It's the quickest, surest stomach doctor   in   the   world.     It's   wonderful.  ���������tiilt to Last"  Headquarters  for  High-Grade  Sundries  66  Without a doubt, one of the strongest  bicycles ever built.  Thousands in use to-day, that have  been running ten to twenty years.  And still giving the utmost - satisfaction.  The 3-piece "CCM!" Hanger adds  the finishing touch of perfection to  this famous wheel.  Call and examine the latest "Clevelands "at   w  The British Red Cross society and  the Order of St. John are once more  proposing to apppal for funds for  their work throughout the empire  by street and other collections on  what is known as "Our Day," the  date of which has been fixed for  October 19, according to n disnatoh  received by Lieutenant-Governor  Barnard from Lord Lansdowne,  presid-nt of the British Red Cross  society.  An appeal has been made throughout the province to all bodies and  private citizens interested in the  work of the Canadian Red Cross  society and kindred organizations,  to combine in making the collection  on "Our Day" an evnn greater success than last year, when the sum  of SI,858,008 was received in Canada, and large sums in other parts of  he fti'i jrp.  A oortion of  the   dispatch    from  Lansdowne, addressed to  the   lieutenant governor,    reads   as   follows:  "The generous response   which . we  received    last   year from all"the dominions, encourages us to hope that  the constantly    ncreasing demands  for our help may be met   by a   corresponding   increase   of   generosity  throughout   the empire.     We shall  be truly grateful to you if   you   will  assist our work by organizing an appeal and sending the  proceeds to us  ior our sick   and   wounded    at   the  front.     L shall be greatly   obliged   if  you will communicate the   contents  of this cablegram to your   ministers  and   recommend    the   proposal   to  their favorable consideration."  Sentimentality,  like   suffering, is  borne best in silence.  10 CENT "CASCARETS"  FOB LIVER AND BOWELS  Cure    Sick    Headache,   Constipation,  Biliousness,   Sour   Stomach,    Bad  Breath���������Candy  Cathartic.  J. R. MOO.YBOER  Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head  aches, how miserable you are from  constipation, indigestion, biliousness  and sluggish bowels���������you always get  relief with Cascarets. They immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food  and foul gases; take the excess bile  from the liver and-carry off the constipated waste matter and poison  from; the intestines and bowels. A  10-cent box from your druggist will  keep your liver and bowels clean;-  stomach sweet and head clear for  months.    They work while you sleep.  I  i  Dealers in  Fresfi and Salt Meats*  Fisfi and Poultry  Our cTHotto: "Quality- and Service"  Markets in Nearly All the Boundary  and Kootenay Towns  First Street Grand Forks  H. W. Breen. oManager  Advertise in The Sun.   It has thef  largest local circulation.  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Buy  Your  Office !  oai a  ow  F. Downey's i;igar Store  TkijHphoskh:  HaNSk!s'k HKSIOF.NRK   K.'tS ' ''SI dUoo!  Butter Wrappers  Neatly printed with   .special Butter Wrapper  " Tnlc.    Also imprinted wrappers.    Our prices  are rin'ht.  Te SUN PRINT SHOP  THE  LONDONDIRECTORT  (Published Annually)  Enables traders   throughout   tho   world   to  communicate direct with En'trlish  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of (roods. Besides helrtjr a com-  |)|(.'te commercial {juidc to fjoiidnii and its  suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT M ERCHANTS  with tbe Goods they ship, and l)i0 ('olouinl  and I'ortitrn Markets they supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  .���������irranjred under the forts to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leudjntr Manufacturers, Merchant!-, etc., In  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the United Kintrdom.  A copy of tho current edition will |)n forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Po-ital  Order for ������5.  Dealers soeUing Agencies can advertise  their trade cards for $5, orlurjror advertisements from S15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD  zzzz.     ,r'- Al.-church T.auo, L-uiflon, E. 0,  snrmg  usmess  A policy of advertising is a  . policy of life assurance, and the  protectiion   thus   secured  is  well worth its annual cost.  Old Customers die or move  away���������they must be replaced.  Old customers are subject to  the influence of tempation���������  they may be induced to divide  their custom���������to do some of  their shopping at a competitor's. *  Ws;v casfcomsrs to this community will shop with you���������  become regular customers���������if  they are invited to do so.  Tour competitor's advertising  is an influence which must be  offset if you are to maintain  your trade.  Not to advertise regularly to  the readers of  E GRAND FORKS SUN  Is to leave your business unprotected.  a  It is no sign of weakness to follow the lead of advertising.  You owe it to yourself to get  the most for your money, the  best goods and the best service.  And if you find that your inclination is to shop where you  are invited to shop rather than  continue to be a customer of  the shop which never solicits  your good will, you need have  no compunction of conscience.  Shop Where You Are  Invited to Shop  mSBBBBSS&tm  BBSS  SH--S  wwmswmwmBiamiBmmm  amsBSB&sssPBmmmgsmi&sssms&mtifSBsms  iMi>aiim������jB������uaMM"^^ T-  m ������.������������������ &wnt/xuafjifMiii������tKS * sapniaa. re* wmMrwrMTHu  3:he  sun, grand forks, b. a  When Long Breaths Hurt Your Side  Rub Soreness Away With "Nerviline  ������>  Prompt Action Often Pre  vents Pleurisy or  Pneumonia  Do long breaths hurt you?  and sec. If you  notice a wheeze  or a catch in your  side, then be sure  trouble exists.  Proper action  consists iu a vigorous rubbing of the  back, chest aud sore side with "Ncr-  ���������vilinc." This wonderful liniment  sinks into" tl\c tissues where the pain  is seated���������gives instant relief. That  catch disappears, all sense of soreness  goes,  aud  you  then  know  that  Ncrvilinc    has    probably    saved you  from pleurisy.  Just try Ncrvilinc for chest tightness,  coughs, aches and soreness ���������  it's  a  wonderful  liniment,  and  when  kept  in   the  home  saves  from lots  of ills and  suffering  Try it, .large bottle on hand makes the doctor's     bill    mighty,  small,   and   can   be  depended   on   as a  reliable and mighty  prompt     cure    for  rheumatism,       sciatica,    lumbago,    pleurisy, stiff neck,  sore muscles, and enlarged joints.  Get the large 50c family size bottle; il_ is far more economical than  the 25c trial size. Sold by dealers  everywhere, or direct from the Ca-  tarrhozonc Co., Kingston, Canada.  The School and the Farm  In Hamburg-Harbor  ������������������ - , ���������-���������-,���������,  Bitter    Commentary    on    Germany's  Loss of Her Great Marine  Trade ..'-.',:  The Loudon Daily Mail quotes  from The Berliner TageblaU's description of Hamburg written by a  recent 'visitor.-to; that port. _ "If anyone wants to realize the picture "of  Hamburg as a sleeping beauty -lie  need only take a run down to the  docks. The sound of sirens, the  groaning of cranes, the clanking of  anchor chains is heard no more. Only  from, the shipbuilding yards come  occasional sounds of blows of hammers. Through the silence of- the  quays  and  ships ���������everything is  coin  Canada's Pulp Wood  Over Two-Thirds of the Pulp Wood  Used in the United States Is  From  Canada  Over two-thirds of the more than  a billion pounds of wood pulp imported into the United States during the  fiscal year ending June 30 and used  in the manufacture of paper came  from Canada, according to a communication of the National Geographical Society from. John-Oliver La-  Force .and issued by the society as a  bulletin in connection with the 'government's inquiry into    the    increase  in.thc:cost-.of news paper.   .  The wood importations for 1915-16  have been 180 million    pounds    less  Benefits    Derived    From    Teaching  Agriculture in the Schools  In times past there has "been far  too little connection between the  school and the farm. With the introduction of agriculture into the school  system an opportunity is offered to  bring the school and farm together  in a manner which will be beneficial  ill   fnmilv  t0   tiotl1  and  Peculiarly  beneficial  to  erincr       A,thc farm boy who is thc mcduim ior  ^' 'such co-operation.   It is necessary to  have real co-operation on'-the part of  the parent if the school and thc farm  arc to be brought into closer relationship to the advantage of all concerned. Thc parent must furnish the  pupil with thc land, the animals or  the equipment for the carrying out  of the projects selected. He must  also grant thc pupil the time needed  for the work, aud should verify and  vouch for the time record of the pupil. He should also, ^so far as may  be practical, give the pupil thc benefit  of_ his own experience in the accomplishment of similar projects, and to  give the work a maximum of educational value he should allow the pupil the benefit derived from his own  labor and management. This, however, may not be always easy of accomplishment where the pup'il lakes  up.'one of tlie phases of the regular  business of the farm as his task. ���������  The Michigan Farmer.  m  <umtinmv������i^inM*swiMM |  ffiiiroiiMUiraraanifl]  JT will do more than satisfy his craving  for "comethlngsweet"���������it will supply  the food elements needed to build up  his little body and help him to gsin la  health and strength  "Crown Brand" is a wholesome, nourishing food ���������as well as tlu  most   delicious of   tab!������  syrups.  The recipes in our ne",v  book,   ' Desserts  and  Candies", will tell you Just how to use It, In many novel  ways.   Write for a copy to our Montreal Office,  Dealers overyv/here have "Crown Brand" In 2, 6, lOnnd  20 pound tins.  THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED  MONTREAL,     CARDINAL,     BnANTFORD,     FORT WILLIAM.  Maters of "Lily While" Corn Syrup, Benson's Corn  Starch and "Silver Glow Laundrv Starch.  mmmmMwmmmmmmwmmwm  pletcly  still.    Before   the  war,  boats Khui1 .f������������r thc "previous 12 months, yet  -  -     ���������    the    amount shipped to thc    United  made an uninterrupted chain right to \  the mouth of the Elbe, but now the'  tennants of the villas on "Blankcnese  tell mc they rush to the .window every  lime a ship goes by. The whole  place is deserted excepting for some  warehouse caretakers, a sentinel  guarding thc margarine depot and a  few. women packing salted codfish.  The linperator lay empty in the  docks. Strange, to say, the brass porthole fittings of this; ship arc untouched.. The ship has 2,000 portholes  and thc weight of brass is 75 tons,  but it is. loo much trouble to remove  it."  Minard's  Liniment  gia.  Relieves Neural-  States from Canada during the past  year was 130 million pounds in excess of the year 1914-15 shipments,'  according to the bulletin.  During the year just closed nearly  70 per cent, of the 1,750 million  pounds of pulp came from Canada,  while most of the remaining 30 per  cent, came from Norwav. arid Sweden.  ".���������-.'���������������������������      ������������������*���������������������������..' '***--. -  There is no poisonous ingredient  in Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can  be used without danger of injury.  Fall Wheat Escaped Rust  While thc spring, wheat plots at  the Manitoba .Agricultural College  were very seriously affected by the  rust this year, it is noteworthy that  thc fall wheat varieties escaped  practically'unscathed.. Although it  is" not usual for fall wheat to stand  ihc winter in most parts of Manitoba (the Swan River district being  a notable exception), yet all thc  plots at the College came through  last winter in perfect condition, and,  being more advanced than the spring  wheats when the rust * outbreak occurred, gave an excellent and heavy  yield of good grain.  Thc English colony in Buenos  Ayres has sent $15,000 to thc Prince  of Wales' Fund.  Two reiiows  are trying to  get   ahead  It';- easy to see who'll win.  If you have any douht  about tea or coffee holdtiij;-  soine people back���������in fact  many ��������� leave the hesitating  class, stop both tea and coffee  ten davs, and use  Even Up  "Sec the spider, my' son,; spinning  its web," said the instructive parent  1o Lis small son. "Is it not wonderful? Do you reflect that no man  could spin that web, no matter how  hard lie might try?"     " '.'.'>  "Well, what of it?" replied the up-  to-date offspring. 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Green Soldiers  Docs everybody   understand   about  green soldiers?  | Most persons do. But some don't  j and should be told that a soldier to  jbc fit to use should be an athlete in  the top of training. He should not  ���������only have learned .drill, the use of  ���������weapons, "the care of himself in camp  'and all that, but should have so liard-  'ened and developed his body by ex-  jcrcisc that it can stand long and sc-  iverc exertion without injury. In  itraining a hunter they begin by giv-  jing him long walks. It takes several  'weeks to get even an experienced  | horse so iic can go fast and far across  ! country.  j- In training college boys for foot-  ;ball or rowing, the preliminary excr-  | rises last for weeks. And for un-  j trained boys boat races and football  l arc dangerous.  | So arc military exertions dangcr-  'ous to untrained soldiers. Their bodies _ must get used to a new diet;  j their muscles to new exercises. Even  : their minds have to be adjusted. 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In this simple, scientific way Dr.  Williams ; Pink Pills give growing-  girls new health, and makes their  dawning womanhood bright and attractive. Miss A. Sternberg, Hailcy-  bury Road, New Liskeard, Out., says:  "I  have much reason  to  be grateful  ILL,  ELIABLE  M  470 Grain Exchange  WE GET RESULTS THAT SATISFY.      ,  Write for market information.  NNEAPOLIS     WINNIPEG      DULU  H  The War In Africa  to  Dr.  Williams  Pink  Pills, .as  they  restored me to health, if, indeed, they  did^not save^my lifc.( In 1914 I began;when, laying aside thc cold language  and     ecu  Huge    Territory    Taken From Germany Since War Began  The report that General Smuts, the  British commander in East Africa,  is about to complete thc conquest of  Germany's richest and largest possession in that continent suggests  the strange narratives of war destined to "flow from that field when the  full story of thc..conflict is unfolded.  It has been just two years since  Britain,carried thc war into Africa by  seizing Port Lame, in Togoland; and  only German East Africa remains  unconqucrcd, although that is a territory in area greater than all thc  New England, thc Middle Atlantic  States and Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and  Michigan', and containing a population of seven million Africans.  Very little attention has been given  to that .far away phase of the war  which has been pressed continuously  and has deprived the imperial government of an area more than twice  the size of thc twenty-five states of  thc European empire and the rcichs-  land of Alsace-Lorraine. 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My father got a  supply,'and by thc time I had taken  three boxes there was a noticeable  improvement, and from that on 1  steadily progressed toward recovery.  I continued using the pills for some  time longer, and they restored me to  my old-time- health and strength. I  shall never cease to praise this medicine, and to urge all weak, run-down  girls to give it a fair trial, as I have  proved in my own case their great  merit."  You can get these pills from any  dealer iu medicine or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from Thc Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockvillc, Ont.  W.     N.     U.     1123  He Got His Interview  ! The quick wit of a travelling salcs-  jii'ian was severely tested one day. He  I sent in his card to thc manager of a  I large concern, whose inner office was  |separated from the waiting room by  |a glass partition. . When tlie boy  j handed thc card to the manager the  1 salesman saw him impatiently tear  [the  card in two  and  throw it in his  waste basket.  When the youngster returned with  thc message that his chief would not  see hirn, the salesman told the boy to  go  back and get his  card.  Thc hoy returned with a nickel and  the  message that  thc card  was  lorn  up.    Giving    him another    card, the  man said coolly:  "Go back and tell your boss that I  sell  two cards^ for live cents,"  Ifc got his interview and sold his  goods,  Charity  "Please, kind lady," said thc way-  fa'rer, "I ain't had a bite to cat in 24  hours."  "���������You arc just the man rnr*looking  for," replied the lady of the house.  "My husband gathered a mess of  mushrooms this morning, and I want  to make sure they arc not toadstools.  Just wait a moment and I'll bring  you a dish of them."  sored reports, ���������*the full story is unfolded of the campaign now' under  way from Tanganyika to Zanzibar. ���������  Philadelphia Bulletin.  Elderly Gentleman (alone in a compartment with fully-armed soldiers,  next stop one hour): Excuse mc, my  man, but your face is strangely familiar to mc. . . :. ,#....     '  Soldier (with meaning): Quite  likely, sir, seein' as you were thc gent  in thc tribunal who made game of mc j  bein' a conscientious objector. But;  you'll be glad to 'car I've changed my!  mind, and I ain't now got any ob- j  jeetion   to  takin'  'uman  life.���������Punch. I  You will welcome the quick  relief and often ward off a  severe illness. Beecham's Pills  are carefully compounded from  vegetable products���������mild,  harmless, and not habit-forming. . Buy a box now-- You  don't know when you may need  Beecham's Pills. 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Germany   Plays   an   Inhuman   Trick ��������� "  International law, in forbidding.-  thc laying of floating mines (a crime !  that the Huns have frequently committed), demands that all moored  mines shall be so" constructed that,  should they through stress of'weather or for* any other cause brc:ik  away from their moorings, they will  instantly become "safe." This is to  safeguard neutral and other non-  combatant lives.  Thc German mine is fitted with a'  chain one end of which is secured to  the mooring wire, thc other being attached to the gtmcotton primer in  the base of. thc mine. Thc idea is  that, should thc    mine   break   away,  TheUghts  Of 65 Years Ago  Are still doing duty in  the shape of  s  es  Sixty - five years ago  the firstCatiadian-made  Matches were made at  Hull by Eddy and  since that time, for  materials and striking  qualities, Eddy's have  been the acknowledged best.  When Buying Matches  Specify "Eddy's."  Railways and Forestry  Thc    experiment of   planting trees  along  thc railway in sandy districts'  in Canada to    prevent    sand drifting  over the tracks promises to be a success, and trees arc also to be utilized  tas permanent  snow  fences.    Besides  the chain will pull the primer out of being    useful,  the    trees will give a  the mine, which would thus be  made safe.  Thc idea is good enough, no doubt,  but of thc thousands of mines that'  thc British sweepers have pulled up  and examined before destroying not  one has had  thc safety chain intact!  In every case it has been found  not broken, but deliberately cut in  half!  The public use of German" and  Austrian music in Italy is forbidden.  touch of beauty where it is necdec  most. The idea is a happy one. -  Montreal Gazette.  When Your Eyes Need Care  UseMurlneE.veMedicine. NoSmartlne-FeclS  S'inc ��������� Act3 Qulcliiy. Try it for Red, Weak,  Sore Eyes and Granulated Eyelids. 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Wc have thc anawcr  on both points, and thc stern, sob".r  judges, who now quite predominate  in the direction of this business, are  justified.  Thc tempo of victory will undoubtedly be pretty slow, at least until  thc  lighting  is   resumed on  When Britain's Fleet  Stood Ready  Secured    the Initiative    at the Very  Commencement of Hostilities  Writing on July 29,Nthc naval cor-  lcypondent of the London Times  contributed thc following interest- v  summary oi" thc British naval  positions immediately prior to .....  outbreak  of  wai:  "It is  two years ago  today    since  the Grand_ Fleet left its base at Portland   for   its   war   stations   in   North  Sea,  where    it has  been  ever  since,  the j This strategic movement-   not    only  final and largest scale in spring. As confounded the German plans, but  for thc cost ��������� 1 am referring now, of;has been, and will be, the delcrmin-  coursc, to casualties ��������� it must cer-]ing factor of the war.  .tainly be tcrriffic by comparison with j "The inspection of thc combined  all previous British precedents, and fleets and squadrons at Spithcad by  there is no quainter German delusion i the King had taken place on July 19  than that Britain will not stand thc|;{nd 20, and-after a few .days' cxer-  ���������*sacrifice. jcises    in    the    Channel the lirst fleet j  Now, just on account of the faults,had   returned  to   Portland  and     the  which    make    it so hard to'get the I second fleet to its home ports. Leave!  ���������people   of   this   country   fairly   going!by matches  was  to  have  begun    on  for war, they are by temperament as I Monday,  July 27.     On  the  previous  well built to stand moral and physi  cal strain as any people in the world.  Thc more they suffer in a manner  *so strange to them, thc more cool,  clear-minded, tenacious and "deadly  they will be. There is no touch of  thc patriotic panegyric about this.  You will find it proved by events to  be the truth without varnish. That  is one of thc new psychological fac-  ' tors.  Another thing is' that continued  German brutalities and barbarities  toward the'Allies' wounded]and prisoners, and toward the civil population of the _ occupied districts of  France and' Belgium are putting a  very stark,    grim    temper into    thc  British,  French  and  Russian armies, j^jj, press  day, however, in view of thc disquieting news from abroad, Admiral  Prince Louis of Batlenberg, who was  then in charge of thc Admiralty,  issued an order by .telegraph to thc  commander-in-chief of the home  fleets at Portland to the effect that  "no ship was to leave that anchorage  until further orders." This decision  for the ships to "stand fast" was  necessary because in thc ordinary  course of events they would have  separated al daybreak on July 27,  and a few hours later their crews  would have been scattered far and  wide. At midnight on July 26 the  Admiralty announced this precautionary step in the following message to  Reinforcements  to  Get  Across  Very  Quickly as Result"of New  Plan  Owing io slow recruiting which is  prevalent everywhere at present,  many units arc compelled to remain NATIONAL  in Canada for a much longer period '  than they expected. Thc reinforcements for (lie Patricia's have over-  conic that difficulty by sending their  men across by lots of fifty, hi this  way drafts leave, every six weeks or  two months, or as soon as thc men  arc recruited and practically trained.  One draft has already gone overseas  and will soon be in France, and only  a few more men arc needed to complete thc next draft.  On    account   of . this   method    of  | sending_   their    men across,    the Cth  Universities   Company   never  show  a  strength much over fifty, which sometimes  gives   thc  impression   thai   the  Company   is   not   recruiting.  ���������;Several    splendid    men  have been  taken  on  thc  strength   lately.       Thc  j number    at. present    on strength  includes nine qualified lieutenants who  arc proceeding overseas in^lhc ranks  and  taking their  promotion  in  England or France.    The Patricia's is a  spccialljr  suited   unit  for  these  men,  as   Major  Gault and  the  senior  officers always try to follow the policy  of lahhig a man from thc ranks who  knows tbe. traditions and spirit of the  Regiment, rather than taking on men  from  other  regiments.    At  least  ten  of  the  officers    at  present  with   the  Patricia's arc men  who   have gained  their promotion in this manner.  The reinforcements for thc Patricia's arc being recruited at Molsbn  HaH, McGill University, Montreal,  where their training is facilitated by  the use of some of the university  buildings and grounds. The unit remains there for all its training on this  side and goes to England without  first  going  to  camp.  Any enquiries as to enlistment and  service will be gladly attended to on  application to thc Officer Commanding 6th Overseas - Universities Company, C.E.F.. Molsou Hall, McGill  University,  Montreal.  SAVING AND THRIFT HELP TO THIS END  Expenditures On Non-Essentials', Whether Produced At Home  Or Abroad, Diverts Capital And Labor To Purposes  Which Do Not Help in Winning The War    o-��������� ���������_________ ,  Without Honor  Among- Nations  Canada is passing through a pc-  riod_ of phenomenal trade prosperity.  Business is booming, there is practically no unemployment, and workers and employers alike are reaping  a rich harvest inyncrcased profits  and higher wages/V . . , For thc  month of July alone' savings deposits  showed an increase of $21,765,000, as  compared with au increase iu lime  of $2,500,000. These are figures "that  do not lie, and they indicate a high  tide of prosperity without a parallel  in thc history of thc Dominion.    The  No Peace Agreement With Germany  Worth  the Paper it Would  Take  I  The Army and Navy Gazette, the  well-known service weekly, discussing peace terms, says as follows:  "Once again there are signs that  Germany is preparing a peace propaganda and that a select body of ear-  bank returns J or thc year ending j nest men has been engaged to go  July 31 reveal an equally remarkable kbout the country misleading the peo-  growlh m accumulated wealth in this |p'e.and endeavoring to convey the  country during the second year of! impression that Germany is ready to  war. Demand deposits showed an ,'makc peace���������of a kind���������-butthat lier  actual  increase lor thc year of $91,-[enemies,  who   refuse  to  know  when  You know well what happens when  the more good humored and indulgent temperaments, if provoked long  enough, rise without a word, but also  without ruth, to bruise a bully.  Throughout the English-speaking  world this is universally understood,  but it has been~ quite useless to try  to explain it to thc Germans. They  persist in thinking that frightfulness  intimidates and quells, whereas it  ^bnly hardens and exasperates ��������� ...their  opponents. With inexplicable fatuity  the enemy still clings to the ghastly  preconceived pedantries of the Ger-  . man War Book without any attention  to the. change of circumstances, or  any- rational- and balanced consideration of What the consequences "must  be.  Finally, there was the murder of  Captain Fryatt. It touched England  on the maritime side like the sinking  of the Lusitania,' and on the moral  side like the fate of Edith Cavcll.  This crime was almost more stupid  than either-of the others. It filled  up the cup. ���������       \  There is always in England a strain  of sentimental' idealism on which  ** Germany, by a more clever and  plausible policy, might have^ worked  to the deep prejudice of British national interests. But thc enemy has  eliminated' for us what we thought  at the beginning.might eventually be  our greatest national  danger  " 'Orders have been given to the  first fleet, which is concentrated at  Portland, not to disperse for manoeuvre leave for tiic present. All vessels  of the second fleet are remaining al  their home ports in proximity to their  balance crews.'     . ���������  "On  thc  morning    of  Wednesday,  July 29, thc first fleet slipped quietly  away from  Portland under the command  of'Admiral -Sir  George Calla-  ghan.    Its departure was unheralded  andf. without  ceremony.    There Was,  indeed, a little cheering and the bands;  on  board  the ships were playing as  thc    big squadrons    left harbor, but  for  the  rest   the  nation's   God-speed  was a silent one.    As  Mr. Churchill  has told us, on the night of July 29  the whole of thc fleet, with" its auxiliary cruiser    squadrons and flotillas,  passed the Straits of Dover and gained its war station in northern waters.  Along thc east coast  the  patrol flotillas      were      completed      to     war  strength, the -naval aircraft moved to  the vulnerable points, and the second  fleet    embarked   its    balance   crews,  while similar 'precautionary measures  took place on all the foreign stations.  "It is common knowledge how the  successive steps taken day by day on  thc part of those responsible for the  navy  at  this  momentous  period     in  our history saved  thc cause of    the  Allies.       By thus promptly graspin-r  With the Boy Scouts  Interesting     Bits      of     Information  Gleaned From Far and  Near  i     ujitai^aL    iiaiiuuax    u<iu^i.i. ������       ...    ...    .. n        . i       i .  The murder of Captain Fryatt  ex- the. initiative  afloat,   and   denying  it  tniguished the last faint lingering  possibility of a weak peace. In that  respect a curious thing has happened. France, which longed for a  speedy end a year ago, is preparing  as a matter of course for a third  winter campaign and another year's  fighting.  Britain has simply put aside all  speculation about thc duration of thc  war. .Our people from top to bottom  are determined now to make a clean  thing. There is no more talk of  "clenching teeth" or "setting jaws"  or of anything like that. There is no  further need of such conscious expression. The mood I describe is entirely-noiseless and automatic. To  bring home to thc German mind any  sense of what "that means would be  impossible.  That is why I say that the killing  has only begun, and that the final  stage of thc war will be by far the  bloodiest. It will last for nine  months or twelve or a little more until thc central empires go under.���������  J.  L. Garvin in  New York Tribune.  to our enemies, the virtual command  of the    sea,  with    all  that  this  has  Arrangements have been made  ���������whereby ihe flags which have flown  over thc Canadian Boy Scouts' hut  at the front will be preserved as mementos of thc war and of thc share  that the" Boy Scouts of Canada had  in it. This action was suggested by  Sir. Robert Baden-Powell, and was  Jicartily approved of by thc Canadian  General Council of the Boy Scouts'  Association. At the end of the "war  the flags will be sent back to the  Canadian Scout Headquarters. It is  quite probable that they will be used  as challenge flags for presentation to  deserving troops.  The recent death of Capt. the Hon.  Roland Philipps, who was killed in  action at the front, removes one of  the most gallant members' of the  great . brotherhood of Boy Scouts.  Capt. Phillips was, in every sense, a  "good Scout." It was due mainly to  his efforts that many troops sprang  into existence throughout thc British Isles. The point about-his-life  which should commend itself to every Scout in the world, is that  throughout his career as a Scout thc  ten Scout Laws ' were to him thc  guide in all that he did; therefore, he  knew what he was talking about  when'hc urged every Scout, whatever  his work or place in thc world might  be, to stick to his promise and carry  out those laws.  "Don't take tips" is thc caption of  an article which appeared in one of  thc recent issues of the "Scout," the  meant,    was  secured    by  the  Grand i official organ of thc Boy Scouts. The  Fleet, and    German    commerce    and  thc German    flag were    swept from  the world's    waterways, which  were  therefore    rendered free    for all  the  purposes of thc Allies, including the  transport of  troops."  Printing Known Long Before Caxton  Those who believe printing to have  been invented'- in Europe during the  15th century may have been surprised to read of Cambridge University  having acquired "the works of the  Chinese philosopher, Liu Tsung  Tuan, printed in 1167." China has  been credited with anticipating not a  few modern inventions, but her  claim to have discovered the art of  printing centuries before its first  adoption in Europe is beyond dispute.  An edition of most of thc Chinese  classics was printed by means of  wood blocks in 922 A.D., and movable  type is said to have been devised by  a blacksmith, Pi Shing, in the eleventh century.���������London Chronicle.  To Be Degraded  From Knighthood  German  Nobles  to  Be  Deprived  of  Membership in British  Orders  Three more German nobles closely  connected with thc British royal  family arc to be deprived of their  membership iu British orders of  knighthood.  The Duke of Saxc-Cohurg-Gotha,  and Prince Albert of Schlcswig-  Holstciri arc both grandsons of Queen  Victoria, the former being a son of  Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, 4th  son of thc Good Queen, and"  latter a son of Princess Helena, 3rd  daughter   of    Queen    Victoria,   who  warning note in this item is that one  cannot do a good turn for another  in a really friendly way if one is  thinking of the "tip" that is'to follow. This very lofty ideal has always been urged upon Canadian Boy onto Globe.  Scouts by their Scoutmasters and  other officers, and while some may  be wont to accept tips for doing odd  jobs thc average Canadian Scout  will not accept a lip for doing a good  turn.  There arc 100,000 ex-Scouts iu the  British army of today. This information comes to hand in a recent newspaper interview with Sir Robert  Baden-Powell. Thc British Navy  also has its quota of Boy Scouts. In  this connection, Sir Robert said:  "Admiral Bcatty and thc late Admiral  Hood, who lost his life in the battle  of Jutland, have testified to the efficiency of our methods through their  experience of the ex-Scouts in the  Royal Navy. Thc influence of these  he boys has told enormously on the  fleet, according to Admiral Hood.  Generals  in  the army  have  said  the  007,973, while notice deposits were  augmented by $97,632,200. That industrial concerns have no lack of  capital is indicated by a reduction in  current loans of $18,308,776. These  arc healthy symptoms. On the  threshold of a third year of war Canada is amassing wealth at a rale unexampled in few, if any, of the Allied countries.  But with this increasing wealth  comes tlie call for thrift and the necessity' of applying.'surplus savings  to higher, purposes than thc satisfying of individual tastes and cravings.  Parsimony and extravagance are  equally reprehensible in these days of  war. In thc monthly letter of the  Bank of Commerce attention is directed to thc warning words of the  Chancellor of ihc Exchequer, the  Right Hon. Reginald McKcnna, who  exposes thc fallacy underlying the  argument that expenditure of money  at home, for whatever purposes, increases prosperity:  "It is often necessary in dealing  with problems or" war expenditure to  speak in terms of money, but thinking of those problems exclusively in  terms of. money often leads people  very much astray. ,For example, I  have heard it said that the more  money that is spent on home products thc better, because thc more  money is circulated the greater the  prosperity. This is a profound error.  What thc nation needs is goods, labor, and services for thc successful  prosecution of the war. Everyone's  work is wanted either directly or indirectly for this purpose, whether for  supplying our fighting forces or for  making goods for export wilh which  to pay for necessary imports. Expenditure on non-essentials, whether  produced at'home or abroad, diverts  capital and labor that can ill be spared to purposes which do not help us  in winning thc war."  Thc great essential need in this |  third year of thc campaign is to supply thc sinews of war. In this Canadians may aid materially by applying their surplus savings���������savings not  only from surplus revenue, but savings effected by abstaining from  needless expenditure on.. noii-csscn-  tials���������in taking up thc war loan  stock. . . . There are few in  Canada who do not yearn for some  opportunity of helping to smash the  enemy. It is not given to everyone  to do* this on the field of battle. But  by the husbanding of all our national  resources, by a rigid policy of thrift,  Governments and people may do  much to case the burden of war in  the days to come by applying available savings to investments of this  character. In this way, if in no other',  Canadians may feel the conscious  pride that comes to every man who  is "doing his  bit" in this  war.���������Tor-  thcy arc beaten, will nqt listen.tothe  terms     which   Germany     once more  holds  out.'���������''���������   The  peace .which'.;.Germany'"wants' is one the terms of which  will give her all the spoils of victory,  and the peace conference which the  German   nation   is   to   be   invited   to  visualize is_ one of thc old-fashioned  kind at whichthe victor, in this case  represented by  Germany, sits at the  head of a long tabic and docs all the  talking^ while   everybody  else  listens  obsequiously and signs whatever documents arc put before  them.      This  may  be   Germany's  idea   of  a   peace  conference, but wc may assert, without much fear of contradiction,    that  France,     Belgium,     Russia,     Serbia,  Great Britain and the rest of thc Allies have formed other views.    If the  conference is held, .Germany will be  excluded, the terms will be decided in  her    absence    and they    will  be announced to her for immediate acceptance.    There can, wc believe, be no  peace  which     will  be   agreed   to  by  those    nations which     have suffered  most and whose voices will therefore  carry   jnost.weight, which  does not  include sentence of punishment; and  we shall not ask Germany to sign any  paper, for wc have learned by experience  that  neither her word  nor her  bond have any value, that she is without honor among nations and    that  she makes     peace not  because  chooses but because she must."  she  German Trench  With Fifty Beds  "N.  married    Prince Christian of Schles- same thing concerning ex-Scouts who  wig-HoJstcin. *j.u-c served under them."  The Duke of Cumberland, father  of thc Kaiser's son-in-law, Duke  Ernest, is a great grandson of George  HI., grandfather of Queen Victoria,  and by his marriage with. Queen  Alexandra's sister is uncle to King  George V.  Since all three have thrown in  their lot with thc Kaiser, they are  actively enemies to the Empire, and  otightto have lost their English honors, titles, and financial privileges  long ago.  "Banks is a whole-souled fellow."  "Wcll-hccled,  too,]   understand."  Sir Robert added: "Our boys arc  trained for peace work, for good citizenship, which is thc basis for success in whatever career they may ultimately adopt. To train them solely for soldiering would make them  too much a part of a great machine.  Wc try to make a boy more or less  dependent upon himself���������-in a word,  self-reliant."  Identifying Him  Ordinary concerts have grown rather stale in Middleton, where everybody sings, or thinks he can.  . So a novelty was arranged, in which  each performer was to appear in a  fancy drcr;s and sinjc a suitable song.  The first items went off very well,  although when .Miss Antikc came on  in a simple, girlish gown and sangi  "For Ever and For Ever" thc audience got nervous and thought she  meant to do so.  Then the village crier appeared in  a sailor rig and declaimed "Asleep  on the Deep" in. a voice high-pilchcd  and cracked.  Tommy Atkins  Thinks  It  a  Shame  to Deprive Germans of Such  Luxuries  "As   in   many   places,   the   German  dug-outs  are  proving     very  useful,"  writes an officer. "They receive every  sort of compliment from our soldiers,  who, in their own idiom, daily throw  at  the  enemy  the. old,- old  proverb:  Sic  vos,  non  vobis acdificatis���������Fritz  built not for himself but for Tommy.  'Lt was a shame to take them away,'  said one; and another, 'Fritz will be  getting homesick.'    One of the Ovil-  lcrs 'homes' has fifty beds in it.     It  is a mansion or a barracks or a fort.  We have never dug such places; perhaps because we were lazier, perhaps  because  we   felt   that   wc  had   ������aken  only a short lease. The trenches here  have peculiar,interest, as wc and the  enemy both  occupy thc old  German  front line, which wc attack daily from  itself, moving    up and along,    never  fronlally.    The  method \s  necessary"  to the posi'ion, but is not all advantage, for thc Boche had foreseen even  this    and     made    arrangements    to  sweep, rake, or enfilade the captured  passages  of  his   own  house.    And a  labyrinth    is    not    easier    to  thread  from the side than thc front."  iked  "Who    is  he?"  docs  he  represent  tions thc listeners  wildly.  Then    came    thc  usual voice  thc rear of thc hall,  saving:  "Why, *c's  Sing-Bad the, Sailor."  Chicago Ledger.  "What  character  were     the  qucs-  cach    other  from  "Maud's husband and Kate's arc  fast friends, aren't they?"  "Maud aud Kate think they arc.  They both get home about two in  thc  luornintf."  "Five shilling?, please*" said thc  dentist.  "But," protests! thc patient, "your  sign reads, 'Painless extracting free,"  and now you want five .shillings."  "Certainly," replied the dentist,  "You remember that you yelled a bit,  so this docs not apply in your case.  1 do painless extracting free, just as  I advertise, hut yours evidently was  not painless, and so 1 make a charge  for it. Five shillings, please." ��������� Tit-  Hits,  President Wilson has    written    all  his numerous diplomatic notes    with  l^onc  fountain  pen.  Found Documents  A major of an English battalion*  speaking to a war correspondent  about thc documents found among  thc dead and prisoners remarked:  "Perhaps you've heard of those documents, or some of them, found on  different prisoners, showing the despairing chits sent by German companies in Ihc line to their different  headquarters in thc rear, begging  for reinforcements���������Company reduced to nine men and one officer; battalion reduced to twenty men and  three officers, and that sort of thing.  That's worth paying for, you know,  and what's more, it can't possibly  he got without paying. The whole  tiling is very different from Loos; I  know that." We're getting an infinitely better run for our money.  "Oh, it's totally different from all  thc other shows; there's not a shadow of doubt about that. This is give  and take lighting, in which wc gain  on balance all thc time. Wc arc  gaining in ground; but that's a small  thing to the enormous gain iu manpower and  morale."  "Vou were a very long time going  on  that errand, Tommy?"  "Yes, mother; but you see I'm entered in a race at school tomorrow,  and I wanted to save my speed."���������  Yonkcrs Statesman.  a������MiK_  5-5H3KS  seal i__. ,.i, i,L.uama.jji_,_Mii ���������*-_.r.ii���������j_*_ \i���������^iR^*"H5-jMx������.tj.*f-.j,i:j������.<fcw".irj.ac^-? .  ^'-J^l/%?.���������_:  ������Stts_-.i.-_:j. >������������.���������-!  _ _SO_>JUC^UW_w'>��������� fts if"  ������***iKaiwaio������a������ai������������at*sie( jcKru-a /������������������ ���������zr&^f- _ *���������*<*' /  ., ��������������� _*j*---Lr_._Oi_-.isB_itt A^tfi ** h,* -i  ^J&ffxt^mt^ximmae^^  THE  SUN.*   Gi-iAiND    FOJiKS,    B. C.  Now Is the Time to Plant Bulbs for  Spring' Flo wering  Bedding Hyacinth j7 at 75c the dozen  Tulips from 15c the dozen up  Daffodils and Narcissus .20c to 60c the dozen  Crocus, Scilla, English Iris, Etc.  FRACHE BROS  PHONE 20R  <FLOh>lST$"  NEWS OF THK G  [m\7   GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS'.'  J TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  The Canyon Mining company, of  Cascade, is building a road to its  property. Good showings' are reported from the mine as a result of  development work.  The Sun, at SI a year, is superior  to any $2 a year paper printed in the  Boundary. This is the reason why  we do not have to resort to gambling  schemes to gain new subscribers or to  hold those wo already have.  The Corporation of the City of Grand  Forks  Eor    Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, liver  Word  was   receded   in the  city and bovVels-  this week that Harry Williams  had  ......         .                     ,        . Look  at  the   tongue,   mother!     If  been killed in action   somewhere in coated, your little one's stomach, liver  France     He hft Grand Forks'  with and  bowels need  cleansing at once.  ... . . tt When-peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  the third overseas contingent. H> Biee&eat or act naturally, or is fever-  was a very popular' young man. and ish, stomach spur, breath bad; has  , ��������� j t. -n u ,. ] u ..i " sore-throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,give  Ins death   will   he tegretted by   the a te"asp00nful of "California Syrup of  - Figs;" and in a few hours all the foul,  ��������� - ��������� constipated waste, undigested food  and sour bile gently moves out of its  The potatoes grown by the chil- little bowels without griping, and you  dren in the school enr'len** were dug have a well, playful child again. Ask  ��������� your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of  and disposed of this' wpek. I he "California Syrup of Figs," which con-  proceeds 820.7o. were divided by tains full directions for babies, chil-  1 . ,.***, , , dren of all ages and for grown-ups.  vote of   the   children    between   the  citizens generally.  otice  All licence fees for vehicles used for  hire (including automobiles) must be  paid not later than November 1st,  and all other licences under the  Tiaders' Licence By law must he  paid not later than November 30th.  By order  '   -A   E. SAVAGE,  Chief of Police.   ���������  Apphi. USS:iP  LAND REGISTRY AOT  Go to  Timberlake, Son & Co.  Newest Styles'  loiceStKatterri's  owetft rrices  IH  1  '' [MM������ llsry  iBSL.rK-'SK |BL  B14J"7  W  m  4&7 less)    [������^> r������^. IP^lH' ofRSi i$^  V.  le Uoality jewellers  Bridye Street, Next Telephone Exchange, Grand Fortes  core  Has a  full stock of Groceries---Fruits  and  Vegetables  m season���������at RIGHT-PRICES  Belgian   children's   relief   and    the  Canadian prisoners of war.  Mr. nnd Mrs. II  C. Lncos  hft  on  Monday for a visit to Spokane.  Wanted at 0'icj ��������� P.itato^s and  onions llaneher-i having any quantities of produce for sale this tall,  kindly send li-U of -Mine and price  wanted  to   C. V   Mes/gitt.  The C'lsoide school   c.hi.ldren dining the past week collected   833   for  ihe Belgian motor arnluiladce -fund  They have al>o started a   self-denial  .fund for the  Belgians  MOTrCK is hereby given Hint I .sh;ill nt tin;  1^ cxiiirution of one inonlh from the ("late of  he lirsi iiiiMioiiluni liefeof issue a fionilioiitc  of Iiiilclcns:l>li- Title t > tho (iI)ovb mcntioiiud  hint's in the mime ol'.tnliii Thonin'i r.iiivrcnco  unlf������si in ��������� he iimuiitiini' valid objection is  inn e tn mc. in ivritiMsr. The l\ohleruf thc I'ol-  lovvim: iloeiimeiits relntlns to suhl Innds.  nfUuoly:  1. Agreement Tor Sulo iUit'*(l 21<t July, l!'0n,  "���������V ill in in Wi'reil Cooper nnd Alfred JosL'ph  Ciii'per to Wnlter rj Perkins of Not 5, Map 77,  Siniilkiimecii Division Ynlo liistrict.  1. Mort.uiiKU (luted flth Xiiprust, 1000 Wnlter  fi. I'erkiiis io Alice uinsuy of Lot .">, Miip 77,  Simillciuneeii Division.  :!. Kfilea^e. dated April 1!HU. Alice Disney  io Wnllert". Perkins of hut.'), ".hip 77. Siniiil'a-  nipen Division.  4.   A^hii'iinicnt and  SuithikIo', daled  lOtli  March. .1006.   Wall<r   G." 1'nrUnn to  William  Alfred Cooper and Alfred Josieph Cooper,  is required to deliver ilie same to  me forthwith.  I'med  at  the  Laud   Registry Ollice. ICnm-  loops, Ii. ' '��������������������������� this, Jlst il.iv nf Sei'temher, 1916  C. 1-r. L)IIN"KAI1.  IJis'riet Kepis'ru'r.  LAND ACT  1 J  ur  I_e Ribbon -��������� Tea at  None     etter-  Phone 85 First Street  w per roon  Grand Forks  WYajawe��������� ���������Tit ������������<vn ������������<e;c  Addressing Mail  to Soldiers  Razor Honing a Specialty"  Fruit growers are strongly advised  to use a ������������������raiser" on all hoses where  the pack is fairly full.  0. B. Smith, of the Clninhy coin-  pony, and Mrs. Smith, are spending  their vacation at Christina hike.  British Columbia apples are now  heing advertised in the prairie  provinces.  A windstorm did much dnmnge  to the fruit crop in north central  Washington districts recently  The Woman's Auxiliary of   Holy  FREE FROM DANDRUFF   Trinity held a successful, cafeteria in  the old Liberal committee rooms on  First street last Saturday ��������� afternoon  and evening Tbev state that the  proceeds were sa'ist'Mctory.  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR  Girls! Try it! Hair gets soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine.  Similkameen Land   District,  District  of  Yale.  TAKK NOTlCKthnt Robert Ritohio,  of Cascade. 1*5. C.. (icrupation  fanner, intend1* to apply for permission to purchase the followiii-f de  scribed lands: Commencing 'it. a post  planted at. or near the S. E. corner of  part af Lot 498 (now owned by Andrew Willey); chencc east 5*28 feet;  thence north 9!)0 feet; thence west.  528 feet: thence south 900 feet to  point of commencement. <  ,    ROBERT RLTCHIE,  x\pplicarit.  Dated July 20th, 191G. .  - Your c.-in   not   reach   Tin.'  Sun'-*  rnimmou"   readers   except   thrnii-ih  In order to facilitate! the   handling   tafi columns of The Sun  of   mail    at   the.    front and toinsuie.  ______������������__���������.���������������_������.������������������������,,  prompt delivcrv it   is   requested   that'     _. _^        ^ ���������  all nuiiI be addressed ;is follows: *    Yale      iScliTUQV     OLIOJ)  (a) ReginiiMital numbei".  (b) Rank.  -(c)  Name,  (d) Squadron, battery or company-  (e). Battalion, regiinunt (or other  unit), stall' appointment or department.  (f) Canadian Contingent  (g) British  Expeditionary Force,  (h) 'Army Post,   London,  'England.  Unnecessary    mention    of     higher.  formations, such as brigades, dvisions,  is strictly forbidden, and causes delay. ���������  CSj''"���������I-".'-; ;>.^  P. A.   Z",   PARE,   Proprietor .  Yale Motel, Fiisst Stkkkt  ^>_������<. <&  M-tS fieorge Lee, who h>i������ bei-n  visiMog her parents in Denver, C"l.,  for seve^l iijinihs.   returned   home  If you care for heavy hair that glistens with beauty and is radiant with  life; has an incomparable softness and  is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application doubles the  beauty of your hair, besides it immediately   dissolves   every   particle   of  oaMiofliy.  dandruff.     You   can   not   have   nice    heavy,    healthy    hair    if   you    have       G r,    ,. . ,   n T   ;r  dandruff. This destructive scurf robs &t r-<L *v ^ini-������lft and Uorp .). i.  the hair of its lustre, its strength and Thompson have returned to their  itj very life, and if not overcome it        .. 1T c ^ .  '���������reduces a feverishness and itching of   umts fU Vern,,n from Cascade.  ���������.he   scalp;    the   hair   roots   famish,    U". v.-.vi and die; then the hair falls out    ' Mrs. C   Coughlan returned to Net  i''~t      iiirelv get a 25-cent bottle of ,,      \   '   e.       ��������� ���������.���������      e ���������      i  Kno-Ali.,-1'8 "Danderine from any drug  f������n on M<>"^v,after vis.t.ng Uiends  ;:o:"e and just try it. in this city for several weeks.  by buying your  Winter's Supply of  Clothing  from us  Wo have a Large stock to select (Void, and  our prices places them within   the  of all.  reach  ���������:_y  6k  naepenaent Drai  oanter Cbeck  Boots  Made in Ton-nto. The  ;b>st counter check books  on the market today.  K?*-_*_B*irvs7rat*i_������a  ^astern rrices  Notice is hereby trivet) that  I have purchased Mrs. M. A.  Johnson's property . on the  corner of Riverside avenue  and Main street, consisting of  store, lot, barn and woodshed,  and will start a  inese  re  We h;ive a two yeats'  contract to handle these  books. Call and see samples  The man at thc head of affairs i  whether at home or in business, is 9  thc one whose  attention you  wish k  to   attract. 0  Our paper goes into the best class tj  of homes and is read by the head of fl  thc.family.      1 hat accounts for thc L"  w    results   obtained   by   the   use  of S  I   Classified   Want   Ads   ' '(���������  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAICK  j"our  repairs  to   Aimson, "-boc   'e  !>uirer.    The   Huli.    LooU   for the   Rijr  Uool.  I  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  tflf**. ! U WHKSTCASH PHI UiS naid for old Stove  %j\j i U    nnd    Uunges.    K. C  Pecklmm,   Second-  ��������� imnd Store.  mm  in the building lately occupied  by Mrs. Johnson, and will sell  goods at the lowest possible  prices  For Cash Only  , t������|>J_ ���������,}, -i S '. ."gj. A  ���������-���������sar&yi  Send only 5/- with Order for any Article and You pay balance on Delivery.  }*��������� nmttrr wheru jou lire, you an have any u( tlici* ������ttluk������ of. iii���������_ /'..���������_������������������i������������������  '" ������ Bimriiiitff i������rry ������rtl<-l������  wear���������liitrat Luuriun style���������Iwnt iiritiili ���������lun.-riulu uudM*ke-liy   UHT >! ar UluUilItiee wuuOl, and infr Miruy.  PHONE 30  EVERYTHIlNG TO EAT AND wear  All bills owing to Mrs.  Johnson must be paid to me  by next Tuesday, and all accounts against the said Mrs.  Johnson will be paid   by   me.  HipSingLung  Poultry men  Improve Your  Flocks  For Salk���������Fifty S.U.White  Leghorn Cockerels. .Bred  for egg prod notion only.  Your choice at $2.00 each.  J. A. cJMcCALLUM,  <;i:.\NF) FORKS,  I!. 0.  return .Mull M.'.limit. Mud uuly 5/- with urner, me.'ii.urrDient������  ���������Izo. Piiy balaucH oi prlco mi Unlivery ot yum Order into your  )mm!*. i'on ntn ilrt-.H a* miartly ������4 n|i.tn-date (.ondoucra. Vou  cannot cotauclt vahn* Tor motu'y anywlii-io t.tm-. Koaioll ll. we ������lu  liirKralilpiicriiofall klndnof nu'trinnapiwrrl. anil ari-������bl������Umiii'ly  at le������< tlnili half UMUll lirlto.. helnl a tllul 011I1.T. You will li������  dellithU'il to know huw you i-nn nn iimnfjr anil *t i������me tlwe  ���������Ucm amartlyalid well liy nrdi'llliL' lr������ln M*ktkk������" Couihul.������Mi  ^'vHuiiis si.rn.r biiiKiiii. Sp������the������������b������riialni  10N00N MYtf BLOUSIB * SKIRTS   "  VciysiiiHrt UritUli Ijullfjityl*.   Whit������  wanlilnmlchhllk llluun������withillkMil>i<d-  di'ml fiont, tin nduwu collar, button clla  lati-Kt itvli', nnd liard-wcarlnit BUok ^rl^'���������  bklrl.   Tl*t- two Kal uienU lor 26/-    lilou.o  >������U ���������iz������. 11th. U, ������r MM l������vih������i>.  bklrt ������l/.'.. Walit241(.. Mm.   Still!.  Ui.fili. 8t)ln..3l!lu., <0ln.  BRIII5H LADIEb' 4 CtNTS' RAINCOATS  ^11 rnlu and duat jiroof.   Cotoid������������������  Cirrrii and (ircy.    l'ilce���������������(li-iiia,  ^-A   ii 0. i H'C'Mid quality. 1111 -.    l.adirB,  ���������**     I   Sb-lilid iittfi.    Clltat liiwmuil'UlUlt  iur Centa takeover walctcnat; ior  Ludlta over oidinary dreai.  Should any ijooda fi-t lo.t In transit we repliife them  entirely (ret1 of cliaruo.  BRITISH LADItS GOWNS tJ  Tin" lati-'t "tyle with iraiiaeil alfuldeni,  walatiiiid iuir������. Infa������lil"iii-lili-Mer.eilif'd  l'o|ilin in.itillal iu Tan. Wixo. .Navy ami  lilaek. Hlato colour and alz������ I'riciw. 'JO'-.  i7/(i and :U/.. i'iv l!"������t iinisurouientaud  length of rikirt.  BRITISH MEN'S SUITS-'O-YOUR-MFASURE  Snlei-.illd Kngl ������h Cloth'.   I.ateat pattarua  AllHlliulPk   Helf-Mcamrrnielit Pmiii ' /tflif'AfS.-flIf.  and   I'littrrns   of    Uotha   miti'd J.'M%  to your climate will he aciit |er /.;'.!t\\  return Mail 3W������mtr. If you are In /Li/i]'\\\  1. hurry, fend rhm iiicaniriinent ft*..v;/" \'A .w;i> j i  nrer wal'tcoat. leujrth ol Irnuter ���������f.'.iX IrlTlis-f{''V-W  I.-K lln-lile >������im) anil lensth of \V.V\ Hi.'M '"  ���������IrfTulriiiii aiiuhulf (oiil������hl������������mn) V v'M'ij V'i. "J  unci ktnte. i-otnur piafureil ami \S&:i?ir\ ytf  give lielirht. aud u mlt wllll* wnt ^&'r'.\i\'' '"  you.    I'rltca,   "ii- and  nuneilor *<-t '��������� !������ .  olothiSO/-.  ������������������"���������/������������������." id.;.��������� j'rTV-u'/J  'MOO,-. Sf������������������ll   ,  ���������-W Fholi.h-1'aoe BOOTS   0Ur0MSSbm  intH bent all fur houm*   \iJ^'&i?-     ~i  wear, comfort, aud wet 11111I 'luif     l<:i.H(T)'p?*'?'k  nrwif qualltlea.     Hmiirt   I.onilna     Vi./.l,. i.jif. ���������*! \  Htylea.    Ladles. IIS/..    Cents. Wi.      lH|tm'^/>S  1'or SUe give, outline oi foot and      \''i^f">T*vA~  aay size you wear.  FI1F.I"   ir.LUHTKATBD  1.IST  ���������linwiiijrliiiiulrwlaof u eful Articles  of Weiir,.lewcllerr, Watches. Ililiifa  Uroonlics. ic . aimt to all tuatoniora  aud anqulrernoo raqueat. Writ* to  r\  !5'6^->^^g  ENGLAND


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