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 > ���������  iA  y   ,\   ^   -X        ���������������  C i t&telatise Library    ���������   ���������{  M:  (������(  7  " Or.  -l>*  and  Kettle Valley Orchardist  .-]*-  IIFTEENTH YEAR-No. 4-/ iCU  GRAND FORKS, B. 0.,=FBIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916  $1.00 PER YEAR  ALL SMELTERS  Labor Shortage   in   Crow's  Nest  Claimed   to   Be  the Cause  The   British   Columbia    Copper  'company has been unable to. secure  either   at   Coleman   or  Fernie sufficient cokp to enable it  to  blow In  -' ah additional   furnace,   and   only  -;   one furnace is being operated. Oscar  Lachmund, general manager of   the  company,   returned  to   Greenwood  today from the Crow's Nest.   Shortage of labor, he said,  is  responsible  at Fernie and Colemau for the small  output of ooke.  At Coleman an  additional factor is the   laoli of   sullic-  ient demand for coal.    At that colliery tbe upper seam is not suitaole  for coking; the lower seam is of coking coal.    The lo^er seam can  not  advantageously be worked until the  ������     . coal above has been taken out.   For  that reason the coke output   is governed by   the   market demand   for  coal.    The close of the prairie harvest season and the coming of   win-  ' ter are expected to remove both   la-  -:.,'':^,~nboEtaD,<i.coal.demand .difficulties.  It is said that Fernie could' employ 5U0 more men it it could get  ibem, says >the .Nelson .News. Butn  the Grauby company al Grand Forks  and the .Consolidated company at  Trail are-- suffering'.:.through cuke  shortage. "The Granby company is  running seven furnaces, bui it may  have to cut down to six. The Con  solidaled company is reported by  the Trail News to plan to blow in.  two additional cupper furnaces this  week, but it is not yet known if it  will be able tu du su.  ITEEMS FOR LOCAL GRO *VLRS  A Yakima valley shipper has sold  a train load of spuds, at $17 f.o.b.  Toppenish.  British Columbia potatoes, reds  and white.-*,"arriving in Minneapolis  ���������show quality and fair conditio.!, are  selling at #1 4 J a bushel in a smull  way.     -  During the past week 33 cars  have arrived in E hnont-n, being 2  imported, 2 from iO.itario, and 2  from British C- lutnbia.  Or-'gon Jon.ithms were sell ng at  SI.75 to 8**! 25 I or extra fancies in  New York un September 25. Winter  Bananas, extra fancies, 82 5U to  $2.75; tanci'-s, $2 to 82 25; C grade,  .$ I 25 to.81.50.  A shipment of Washington I'um  Pom bra id Winter Banana apples  has been shipped to New York. The  price is sai-1 to be 82 50 f.o.b. It  was said they v\ould bring 87 ii box  m the fast.  Disabled Soldiers Return  According to word received by  Major J S. Harvey, officer in charge  (it Esqnimalt, nineteen disabled  soldiers were to arrive in Vancouver  jesterdiiy. In the party are two  Viclori.ins, Gunner 1.1 Dust iiod Pte.  Pussey. 'The otuer men are: Pte.  F. Bond, of Cascade; Ptes. IT. En-  son and N. Dimmit.*, of Fernie; Pte.  G  Ahb.iti, nf Xi'Ntc; ['ii;    W.   Tay  lor, of New Westminster; Pte. C.  Bird, of Queanel; Sergt. J. Williams,  Corp. A. Cox, Ptes. D. Thomas, N.  McDonald, C King, R. Singleton,  G. Price, T. Tater, T. Hartwood, C.  Stewart and A. Hazelton, allv of  Vancouver.  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at  this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts,  at the head office in this city and at  the various sub-customs "offices, for  the month of September, 1916:  Grand Forks  $8,666 43  Phoenix       907.94  Carson       568.68  Cascade         81.81  . Total ,' 810,225 86  WOMEN'S  CIVIC ELLCTIONS  Under the woman's suffrage referendum adopted at the late election a woman has the same opportunity of becoming a registered voter  in a civic election as a man. The es  sential qualification is that the voter  must either be,a"property..owner or  registered as * such by -holding'an  agreement iof.. sale for. real'estate  within' the city.boundarres.*.-;'Ten|nts,  not boarders or..'room renters, are  also eligible to register as'such and  may vote on all questions except  those of money bylaws. Any woman who is "paying reut for a house is  considered to be tenant. The .wife  of a soldier on active service who is  paying the rent for her home from  the money she receives from either  tlie patriotic fund or her separation  allowance is also eligible as a "tenant" voter. Or the wife of a soldier-  who has had bis property trails  ferred to her, is considered and as  such has full voting privileges, if  properly.registered a������i such in tune  before the- civic voters'list closes.  Neither is it necessary for applicants  for registration on the voters' list to'  bring along their deeds, registration  p-ipers, or tax receipts. But they  must be prepared to swear * that  they are duly qualified either as a  property owner or a tenant before  oeconiing registered, and tbe last  days for making such declarations  are foi householders any time during the present month, property  owners untihhe last day of November.  Western Products  Win Gold Medal  Westerners will learn   with  inter  est that a gold medal   was   awarded  to the Canadian Pacific   railway   for  the excellence of   its exhibit  at the  Quebec exhibition a few weeks ago.  The gold medal was for    lhe  collec  live grain display, which was   gathered in western   Canada,    and    was  representative of the  various    grain  enps of the western province-*.   The  daily attendance at the Quebec  exhibition ran as high as  75,000, and |  a very groat interest in the   agricul-;  tural possibilities of western Canada j  was shown by the visitors. |  Equal to 25.46 Per Cent on  Stock���������5.52 Per Cent in  Previous Years  A New York dispatch yesterday-  said that tbe Granby statement for  the ;period ended June 30, 1916,  shows-...net* 84,107,621; increase,  S2,767,063; surplus* after charges,  83,819,295, equal to 25.46 per cent  on stock, compared with 5.52 per  cent the previous years.  She Would Not Call Names  The county superintendent of  schools, Miss Whitehead (whose  hair was'ajmost white), was paying  a visit to a country school. At the  close of tbe school,.when the chil  dren went trooping out, each one  said, "Good by, Miss Whitehead!"  But one little girl, with red hair,  said hothing, and hung her head.  As she was about to pass, Miss  Whitehead put out her hand and  said:"  ~?---Nellie, are you not going to say  good-by to*me, as the others have?"  . ,."NoiT'm uot," answered-: Nellie,  "f know what it is to be called  'Miss Redhead,' and I'm just  ashamed of the others.''  i nni  l  A meeting of the Grand Forks  Liberal association will be held in  the board of trade rooms at 8 o'clock  next Monday night.. J. E. \V.  Thompson, member for this constituency, will be present. All members are requested to attend.  A violent windstorm swept over  the city and valley last Friday night  Some cabins were blown off their  foundations, and in some parts of  the city the telephone and light  wires were crippled. The damage  clone to the fruit crop was very  small Some apples were blown off  the trees, and in a few instances  some of the trees were damaged.  smelter spur has also been repaired  and the bridge crew has moved to  Phoenix.  J. E W. Thompson, member-  electfor Grand Forks riding, passed  through the city on Monday, on his  way   to   Phoenix   from   a   visit to  Butte,. Mont.  Alex A, Anderson, editor of the  Republic Journal and candidate for  state representative on the Democratic ticket, is in the city today  looking after stray voters.  Geo. Wyles was slightly injured  at the Granby smelter on Monday  by having one of his ankles twisted  in some machinery.  Division I ���������  Prize.'    Name. Marks  1. Gwennie Mcllwaine..474  2. Ruby Smith 449  3. Lily Ardiel... 427  4. Sarah MeCallum .423A-  Division II���������  .1   Aurena Barnum 427  2. Mary/Cooper.. ��������� 402  3*. (Vernon Smith'*..." 398f  4.  Ewing MeCallum ../.393������  Division III���������  1   Aleeta Nichols 420������  2. Corena Harkness .....4134;  3. Jennie Miller..........401������  i'.'Isabella Glaspell.... .395  Division IV���������    .  1. Oswald Walker....... 450-J-  2. Gladys McLauchlan. 425f  3. Marjory Keron ..  4. "Jenaie Stanfield..  ...  Division V���������  1. Clarence Donaldson 443J-  2. Chow' Fung............424!  3   Chow Fung......... .-.389������  4.  Gunner Halle.........378f  Best score in wholeschool:  rena Nichols, 485, silver cup.  392f  ~385������  Ain't  $1.50  1.00  .75  .50  1 50''  1.00.  .75  .50  1 50  "' 1.00  ��������� 75  "... .50  1.50  100  .75  .50  1.50  1.00  .75  .50  Lau-  IVIanager Stewart Says the  Company Will Soon Resume Ore Shipments  Six furnaces are now operated at.  the Granby smelter. Matte from  the Anyox smelter is being run  through the furnaces with tbe ore.  By operating in this manner less  coke is required, and consequently |  the cost of producing the copper is  lowered.  R. II. Guise, who has a contract  ���������for baiding ore from the Union mine  in Franklin camg to Lynch creek,  returned on Wednesday from a visit  to his home ir.. Midway.  Bert Mussetto, the Swiss youth  of Phoenix who was seriously injured in the motocycle race at the  fair last sveek, is gradually recovering at the Grand Forks hospital.  H. E. Dixon, formerly manager of  the Sunnyside ranch, who last week  was in the wounded casuality list,  is now reported as having died.  The new fruit packing house in  the lower end of the valley has been  finished.  The Great Northern four-stall  roundhouse at Weston has been  completed.    Tho   bridge     on     the  Jenne-Smith  A wedding of much local interest  took ��������� place Monday morning last,  when Miss Hazel May Smith was  united in matrimony to Ralph Everett Jenne at the residence of the  bride's father, J. A. Smith. The  bride was charmingly attired in a  gown of cream Latin messaline, and  was attended by her sister, Miss  Gertrude Smith, as bridesmaid.  The groom was supported by his  brother, Howard Jenne,' as best  man, and the wedding march was  played by Miss Mcllwaine. The  ceremony was performed by Rev. J.  D. Hobden.  After the wedding breakfast the  happy couple left amid showers of  rice and many congratulations on  the Great Northern train for their  future home near Seattle. Mr. and  Mrs. Jenne have a large circle of  friends in Crand Forks whose best  wishes for a happy future go with  them.  The ore body in the property of  the Laurier Mining company at  Laurier, near the international line  in Ferry connty, has been followed  to point where it has a vertical '  course, according to Manager Grant  Stewart. Up to the time of this revelation the vpin bad been in blanket  form and yielded ore in considerable volume from three lenses  reached by an incline shaft, says  the Republic Journal.  Manager Stewart says: "The vertical shoot has a length of 70 feet at  t'-e point of greatest depth nttained.  It is followed from a point 125 feel  back in the blanket body, where the  width is 25 feet. The vertical course  was exposed under the stope, from  which we removed 55 tons of ore.  -"The grain of the ore has the  same course as the vein in both the  vertical and the blanket body. This  encourages belief that the blanket  body was a slip and that we are  "now in a permanent formation.-  Prospecting has been under way  since the suspension of shipments on  September.10. We will now increase  the force at once and hope to be on  a shipping basis again by October  15. The new shoot is the prettiest I  have seen since the opening of the  LeRoi.'.'  "Net returns from the", shipments  were 818,393.91,.!'* said Dayton  Stewart, the president. "This was  in payment for 1004 tons contained  iu 25 ca������rs and at the rate of S18 32  to the ton after the deduction of  freight and treatment charges. The  average content was 4.5 percent  copper and 2.4 ounces of silver and  the range from 3.4 to 7.6 per cent  copper and 2.2 to 6 ounces of silver."  Pte. Fred Graham, formerly editor of the Phoenix Pioneer, was a  visitor in the city from Vernon the  latter part of last week.  W. D. Willson. member-elect for  Rossland, was a visitor in the city  on Monday.  J. H. Ryley returned on Tuesday  from a vacation trip to bis truit  ranch at Queen's Bay.  Thanksgiviug Services  The annual Thanksgiving services  of the Methodist church will beheld  on Sunday, October 8. In the  morning at 11 a.m. tho music will  be in charge of the junior choir, and  will include anthems appropriate to  the occasion. At the evening service, commencing at 7:30 p.m.,  special music by the senior choir  will bt/'given. Rev. J. D. Hobden  will preach at both services, the subject ol the evening address being,  "Thankgiving for . What?" A cordial invitation is given all.  METEOROLOGICAL  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.    Max.  Sept.   29���������Friday  31 C9  30���������Saturday  43 56  Oct.      1���������Sunday   20 57  2���������Monday  28 57  3���������Tuesday  27 53  4���������Wednesday .. 26 58  5���������Thursday  44 58  Indies  Rainfall   0.00  a .EHE   SUN.   GRAND   FORKS,   B. &  Story Told by  cer  Wounded ' Lieutenant   Finds   Enemy  Dugout .Furnished  Like a  Regular Boudoir  A second lieutenant in a Yorkshire  battalion, with a shrapnel wound in  his right thigh and a machine gun  wound in his left leg, tells a story of  a German dugout and its -occupants.  The dugout was in the first line trenches taken by the officer's platoon,  and six bombs had been thrown down  The Beriillon S/stem  Tt s te :1 by t an k e rs  American Financial Institutions Take  Thumb Prints of Dcpcsitors  Bankers .in Pittsburg, especially  those who cater largely to foreigners,  are .'watching -with much interest an  experiment being carried on by certain Eastern bankers to facilitate the  banks'-dealings with foreign depositors. This experiment is thc installation of a system of thumb-print  taking which has its' basis in the  well-known theory of lhat section of  the   Berlillon   system.     In   one   bank  it.    Thc men  then  went*  forward  to  ai0nc, in Philadelphia, there arc 1,200  thc next trench, and thc officer being  hit twice, had lo stay behind. The  rest of thc story may be given in his  own words:  "After a bit J wriggled back' 10  that Bochc front line into a shallow  sap that had been pulverized by our  heavies. I was resting'there, when I  saw a Boche officer come' climbing  cautiously' up out of that big dugout  that we'd put six bombs in. He was  -i captain. He had a bomb in one  hand and a ride and bayonet in the  other; and he was peering first one  way and then the other, like a burglar, 'Oh, you beauty!! I thought.  And just then he snuggled down ag  ainst a gap in their parados, near (he  dugout, and bedded' his rifle comfortably for firing at our chaps in his  second line. You can bet I was glad  J had my rifle and plenty of ammunition. So I got a beautiful bead on'  this chap and a second later he was  ���������I wonder where dead Bodies go!  1 charged my breech again, and ho  sooner done than my next target  bobs up���������a lieutenant. I got him  while he was looking at his captain.  I aimed for his shouldcrbladcs, but  the old gun kicked a bit and I got  him through the head. Seemed 1  might as well be in a grouse butt,  and nothing less than officers for targets, mind you. Well, lo cut it short,  two" more lieutenants came up from  that same dugout, making,in all three  lieutenants and one captain, and I got  'em all.  "And then a private came up, with  never a weapon of any sort in his  hands, and thc fear of God in his  white face. 'You're a Boche,' 1  thought; 'probably a batman, and  you ought to be shot; but you've got  nothing in your silly hands.'_ It was  too much like a sitting bird, you  know. Couldn't manage it. -'Here!'  I shouted at him. He fell just the  same as if I'd shot him. I managed  lo clamber back to lhat trench and  poke the Boche with the butt end of  my rifle till he found himself a little  and stood up. -I meant to sec that  blessed dugout for myself. I had lo  get the Bochc's help, but couldn't  think how to tell him in German  what I wanted. 'Look here, Boshy,'  I said, Teh wille seen dicscr blooming dugout. Got that?'' Then I said  'Donner wetter?' and grinned at him  to show there was no ill feeling, and  he managed to make connection.  "I kept him in front, you may be  sure; but, if I'd been an old blind  beggar he wouldn't have had pluck-  enough to empty my tin can. The  dugout was a bit knocked about by  our six'bombs; had a sort of rough-  house look about it. But at thc back  of the lowest corner there was a  sharp twist round to thc right, and a  door with broken glass panels, taken  from a farmhouse, by thc look of it.  "Through that wc went along a  " passage, turned to the left, down  four steps, and into a regular  boudoir. Dugout! Why, there was  Turkey carpel on the floor and beautiful tapestry curtains to the bunks.-  Never saw anything like it. But. lhe  luxury of it. There were three cases  of beer; very good stuff, too. I had  a ��������� bottle myself right away. There  were about a hundred eggs; two  cut hams, pate de foie gras, in little  jars, sausages, several boxes of  cigars, one case of champagne, a  gramophone and lashins of cakes and  chocolate. There was an electric bell  fixed, a sniall typewriter, and in one  of the bunks I found a lot of ribboi.s  and things from ladies' dresses and  a pair of lady's gloves. It was a  regular show, that place. I took ?.  dispatch case, and all the loose papers on the table, and got the batman to help mc back again to daylight. There wasn't a living soul to  be found in the trench; so I got the  batman to take mc pick-a-back, and  carry the dispatch case, while I stuck  to my rifle.  "'Now, then, Gustavc Wilhclm Al-  hrecht von Boche,' I said to him, 'we  will ausgang as schncll as wc can  for our own lines, comprce?' He  was a little slow in thc uptake, as  you might say, but tumbled lo it after a bit, especially when I donncr-  wctlcrcd him a bit."  depositors .whose thumb prints arc  registered in lhe bank and who can  draw funds from their deposits simply by permitting the bank officials  to compare thc whorls on their  thumbs with thc prints taken and  preserved when their accounts were  opened. It is claimed that, under  this system, it is absolutely impossible for a person lo secure from a  bank money which docs not rightfully  belong to him.  Thc system was originally instituted as an aid to foreigners and for  those who cannot write. At one  time it was the custom in most banks  to refuse deposits unless the would-  be depositor could sign his name.  Through thc Philadelphia innovation  such a person can go to a bank and  open an account by merely pressing  the fingers of his right hand lightly  on a glass plate covered with specially prepared ink. ,Thc impression is  transferred to a card and is filed. Two  impressions arc made, one filed under the name of thc depositor and  the other under the scientific descrip  lion of the markings. Thc latler  method is used principally as a safe  guard for foreign women, who oft  times open an account in their maiden names and later attempt lo  withdra*,y money by giving marriage  names, this usually causing much confusion if the woman speaks but broken English.  The thumb prints arc also used in  the case of <*.n aged person whose  signature is "shaky" and with those  whose writing is hard to decipher. It  is also coming into wide use with  children, because of the fact lhat  children's handwriting changes with  maturity, while thc thumb markings  never do.  Eesou^eful Canada  Quick Return to  Normal Conditions  After the War, Is.Predicted *.  Just previous .to. the war 'in .which  it-was a factor, Canada wa's suffering  from reaction following w'cslern-'land  speculation and over-expansion in  costly directions. Thc times.~*werc'  hard, many were unemployed. But>if  anything were needed to' prove the  country's inherent strength, thc war  has served thc purpose. Canada has  furnished an army of 350,000 men, a  considerable    drain    on thc  AHSift To Th6 Empire  Will Honor First  Farmer In Canada  City "of  Quebec ��������� Will "Erect"* Monument to Louis Herbert, Who  ' . Arrived in  1617.  Thc firsl farmer settler in" Canada  who lived.on the-produce of the'soil  was Louis Herbert, an apothecary  from Paris, who landed in  Quebec in  Western Wheat Fields Do Their Bit  hi the- Struggle for Liberty  J [That, the province of Saskatchewan  ,is bearing its full burden of responsibility in thc Empire's fight against  Hun tyranny has been rendcred-ycry  evident many times since the outbreak of thc war.  Thc   prairie     province  has   proven  thai     it   possesses     more   than      soil 11617   with  his  wife  and  children, and  fertility   for     the     recruiting  officers at once started  lo clear and  cultivate  have reaped a  rich harvest  from  tlie {the  soil   on what-is   now  Lhe site of  efficient;farms and" towns.  Nearly every  man'jlhc Cathedral of Quebec, of-thc Scin-  clemenl of a' population small as-re--thai could be spared has donned thejina'ry and of this part', of thc Upncr  kited to the size of the territory, and j King's uniform. Town    extending    from'   St. Famille  has  in  general  contributed generous-      Still  there arc  many  who.  through   street   to   thc   Hotel. Uicu.     At- that  'ly for thc defense of lhe British  Em-, force of circumstances, were not able-time that part of the city was called  pirc.    But instead of expriencing fur-  to  enlist,  but  who  nevertheless real-'"Hcbcrt's   Farm."     With   a   spade as  Ihcr depression  on  thc war's account  ized     their     responsibilities.       They  his only tool, he worked and rework  Canada    is returning    lo  prosperity;  could not  fight  themselves,  but  they  its banks have more money than "be-j would feed the fighters, so they bent  fore the great conflict began; its ck-, their    energies     towards    increasing  ports have vastly increased, not alone , their    acreage    under    grain.'     Then  thc exports of munitions. j came    the   reports    of  thou'sands   of  the   verge   of starvation  Gcr-  trcal  for  thc   New  York publication", |1Jia,1s.   and    tiie    great    scheme    was  Financial  America,   cites  various   in- j launched. ...      _     _  tcrcsting and  satisfying facts.      Pre-]    Tljc  patriotic   acre   fund   Was  liuti-  facing    with lhe  statement    that" thc  ated  lasl'-fall   at   the  annual   conven-  economic effects of thc two years arc pern     of     thc     Saskatchewan     Grain  A   survey    of   Canadian   conditions J Belgians on the   verge  after two years of war, made al Mon-1 through   the   brutality   of   the  "   -        -     --        _-    . an([    j]ic    grcat    scheme  Red Cross Reports  Prairie Provinces Have Been Accomplishing Good Work During   .  the Past Year  Thc Canadian West, in spite of its  scattered population and consequent-  difficulty in centralization and coordination of work, has shown great  vigor in its Red Cross activities. The  total cash receipts of thc Alberta Society in thc last financial year were  $46,103. Of this, 7,000 was spent for  thc endowment of'hospital beds;  $6,677 for medical and surgical supplies, and $4,477 for motor ambulances. In addition, a generous contribution was made to thc Ogden  Home for convalescent soldiers. Thc  total number of articles handled by  the supply department was 332,320,  of which the most important * items  are 64,000 bandages, 77,000 handkerchiefs, and nearly 12,000 socks and  15,000 shirts. Since the first of the  year, 14 new branches have been  formed.  The last financial report of the  Manitoba branch shows 56 branches,  a number of which have been largely added to since the first of the  year. Total contributions were $120,-  116, of which $73,850 was sent to Dominion headquarters in Toronto. The  total shipments from the Winnipeg  shipping station in the first three  months of its existence amounted, to  678 cases, of a value of $19,772. This  will furnish an estimate of the annual  turnover.  In Saskatchewan 37 new branches  have been formed since January. The  last annual statement of receipts  shows, contributions of $50,006, of  which $33,800 was placed to the  credit of thc general account of the  Red Cross Society. The provincial  branch supports 47 beds in- Cliveden  Hospital and 112 in the Saskatche  wan base hospital. Shipments total!  ed over 210,000 items.  ycar��������� . .    .  strikinglv visible-and form a wonder-! Growers Association, farmers were  Jul testimony to thc resourcefulness {asked to pledge thc proceeds of one  and enterprise of the country, the re-. acre as a gift to thc Empire for lhe  cital savs that by virtue of its'geo-[relief of. suffering during the war.  graphical position and the intimate ,'Hic response was generous for 6,-  and friendly relations which have so 740 acres of grain was promised,  long existed between thc Dominion It was then realized Jjiat the ,best  and thc United States, Canada has thing that could be done would .be  been able to enlist thc financial sun- to sell the'wheat, as it was of many  port  of-thc greatest  neutral  country grades, and use the total proceeds lo-  wards purchasing No. 1 northern  wheat in order that thc flour might  be of uniform grade. This course  was followed, and 80,000 bushels of  the best Canadian wheat was purchased and manufactured into 3,200,-  000 pounds of the besl flour obtainable.   This huge shipment left Moose  cd thc soil until it was ready to receive seed. He ��������� threw in the seed  from France, planted apple and rose  Irccs", audi'at last, saw .undulating in  thc .breeze, ihc golden ears; the flowers and fruits from his motherland.  Thc third centenary of the landing  of Louis Hcbcrl is 1917, and a citizens' committee has been formed to'  creel a monument to_thc first-farmer  of  lhe- colony.  A Remarkable Cruise  to an. extent infinitely greater in proportion to relative needs, than any  other belligerent. While the combined'obligations 'of the Government of  Great Britain1 and France have been  with difficulty disposed of in the United States lo yield six per cent., those  of Canada and of its provinces' and  cities have been readily taken at five .law,  Sask.,  on  August 9th.-  pcr   cent.  The review estimates lhat from the  beginning of the war and lo the end  of June, and excluding inconsequential loans floated in Great Britain,  the Dominion Government, its provinces and municipalities, have borrowed about $404,000,000, of which  $222,000,000 is believed to have been  provided^ by United Slates investors,  thc remainder coming from within  the .Dominion. The bountiful crops  of last year assisted Canada substantially. Thc scarcity of agricultural  labor due to the withdrawal of so  many men for thc army was relieved  by help from our states. Thc conclusion of the summary, of conditions  is that "both in respect of financial  ability and industrial capacity Canada has been able to perform her  tasks in thc great struggle much  more easily and with less disturbance than any other of the belligerent countries, and there is corresponding reason to expect that her return to normal conditions after the  war will be similarly easy."���������Buffalo  Courier.  Actors Best Officers  English Airman Races with Swallow  A thrilling race between an officer  of thc British Flying Corps in an  aeroplane and a swallow caused him  lo doubt whether their reputed flight  of 200 miles an hour was correct.  "I was up in the air one day last  week when I observed a swallow flying high in front of mc," he said. "I  resolved to test its speed. I went  out full after it, and thc swallow also  put on full speed.. The bird dived;  so did I. It went up, and I followed.  Wc were at it hammer and tongs for  a, quarter of an hour, diving, rising,  and racing and I gained on it foot  by foot. Finally one of thc wires on  my machine struck thc bird and it  went down. J was sorry and felt  selfish thus to take thc bird's life  for sport."  W.     N.     U.     1122  England Must Feed Herself  New Slogan to Bring Great Agricultural Revival  One of Ihc effects of thc war will  be seen in a great revival of agricultural life in England and thc United  Kingdom. Thc outbreak of thc conflict caught thc British Isles dependent on foreign commerce for four-  fifths of their food supply, barring  meat, of which between 60 and 80 per  cent, is produced at home.  Thc motto of a few years ago,  "Back to thc land," thus has given  way to thc slogan, "England must  feed herself." Lord Sclborne, the  leader of the crusade, declares that  the attainment of this object is thc  country's sacred duty, and he emphasizes thc point that the farmer,  can do as much for thc country as  thc  soldier in  the  trenches.  They Impress Soldiers With Personality, Says Drill Sergeant  Actors make the best army officers  according to a British drill sergeant,  who has had experience in an officer's  training  corps.  The drilL sergeant, quoted in the  London Daily Mail, made the statement positively.  "First of all," he said, "they know-  how to give the word of command, a  very important consideration. . They  arc never shy or self-conscious, and  they impress tlie men with, their personality. Give mc an educated actor  and' I will promise you a good officer. ������������������ .   ���������:'"-'',:.'.���������'���������.-  "Schoolmasters make the. best  non-commissioned     officers. Busi  ness men I have found rather difficult. : They are intelligent enough,  but they are not what you may call  adaptable.".. . ������������������...'.  A staff officer, speaking on the  same subject, said:      - .   ',-  "Professions calling for the exercise of imagination and observation,' generally speaking, provide first  class officers. Two officers on trench  service constantly distinguished  themselves by keen observations.  They were invariably thc first lo notice any change in the enemy's dispositions and both were Fleet street  journalists.  "Natural resources rather than  trained intelligence counts on active  service and, while this quality may  be possessed by men in all professions, it is more often found among  journalists, barristers and, of course,  engineers, whom I place in a class  apart."  Teacher (in the rhetoric class):  Johnny, give a sentence with "scene"  in it.  Johnny: An' I seen her on his lap.  Teacher: No, Johnny, that's wrong;  now can you tell mc what is wrong?  Johnny: Well, perhaps she wasn't.  It was sort of dark and how was I  to know?  This Hour was shipped in 40,000  bags, each containing 80 pounds and  inscribed with the emblem of the association and the words: "Saskatchewan Flour milled from No. 1 northern  wheat, grown and donated to' thc  Empire by the Saskatchewan Grain  Growers' Association, Rcgina, Sask.,  Canada."' Each of _ the forty cars  was decorated with a banner on each  side bearing the emblem of the association" and the inscription: "This  trainload of flour is a gift to thc Empire by the Grain Growers of Saskatchewan." -  Thc association is preparing a mo-  lion picture film covering the whole  operation of the production- of thc  \vhcat, thc milling and the transportation of the flour. It .will include  such scenes as thc breaking of thc  soil, various tillage operations, cleaning aiid picking of thc seed; thc seeding !i*nd the-1 harvesting, threshing,  marketing of thc grain in open boxes  al the elevators, analysis of the kernel, thc milling, thc loading of thc  train, shipment by boat on the Great  Lakes, terminal operations in Montreal, and, if possible, thc presentation by thc associ' tion's representatives to the Governor-General or  some member  of thc  Government.  Whale  Block    Landing  * Ocean  Tllcf" little   23-ton   yacht  in    Pacific  Australian Sheep Dogs  In no place in the world are sheep  and cattle dogs more" in use than in  Australia. Thc grazing estates are  so enormous that it would -be impossible to handle the great flocks without dogs, says Our Dumb Animals.  The Australian pastorah'st could not  posSIbly exist without his dogs, and  that is the reason * that shecp-dcg  trials are looked upon as something  amounting to national^ competition _  Every town has its agricultural show  and at all of these sheep-dog trials  are one of the most deserved attractions, and the training that the Australian. sheep-dog,: gets is nothing  short of. miraculous: ���������  Sapplcigh: Am I walking too fast  for you  Miss  Ethel?  Miss Bright: Oh, no; you may run  if you like.  The Curse of -Germany'-  -The Emperor deceives his people.  No "enemy Government," no neutral  country, no man. of sanity desires  thc destruction of Germany, but of  that brutal, conscienceless, wicked  spirit of militarism represented by  the Kaiser and thc Crown Prince and  their bloodthirsty advisers. The  curse of Germany arid of the world is  the Hohenzollern* rule. If thc time  ever comes "when it can be broken  Germany will enter upon a splendid  future of peace and'prosperity and  thc rest of thc civilized world will be  at rest. Speed the day!���������Philadelphia  Inquirer.  Verdun Town Council  The municipal council of martyred  Verdun has met for the first time in  Paris at the temporary offices at the  Ministry of the Interior. -Until recently the members of-thc council  had met under shell-fire in Verdun.  Henceforth and until.the ruined town  is safe again thc municipal business  cf Verdun' will be 'transacted in  Paris. The municipality will calmly  consider the estimates from 1915, the  Mayor's and tax collectors' accounts  and the salvage of property at Verdun.���������London Telegraph.  He: How did you come out financially with 3rotir entertainment for  thc  Old  Ladies'   Home?  She: The old ladies owe us $50.  AJana has  arrived safely iu an English pert  after a voyage of 100,000 miles. Belonging lo Air. and Mrs'. Scoresby  Roullcdgc, the vessel left England  more than two years ago on a scientific mission to Eastern Island in thc  South   Pacific.  Thc last stage of the little vessel's  voyage __ was from San Francisco,  which she lcfl five months ago. There  were eleven persons on board.  "After leaving San Francisco," Mr.  Roullcdgc said, "wc came down the  Mexican coast. Two hundred miles  from land wc came upon three islands  marked as uninhabited and I decided  to land lo try .and gel some meat."  But our landing was delayed as the  mouth of thc cove was occupied by  two whales, who were feeding and  who refused to move until the following  day.  On landing wc found " a rough  shanty, together with" a derelict boat  and alongside a rough cross evidently marking a grave. In'a rift in a  cliff, wc found a sort of cave strewn  with old bottles and odds and ends -  of a camp. Nearby was a piece of  wood bearing the. name "Annie Lar-  sen," which f learned "Ttom a shipwrecked sailor who was on the yacht  was the name of a vessel engaged in  blockade running or * contraband.  There is no doubt that thc remote  islanrl' had been the dumping ground-  for Mexican revolutionists.  "There were so many turtles lhat  wc got tired of-feeding on them. -It  was curious to sec these creatures  being regarded by the birds as a.kind  of floating island and to see gulls  preening themselves on thc turtles'  backs.  "Thc Alaua visited one small island  in the Gulf of Panama where elephantiasis was rampant' among the  people. The currents in this region  were .very difficult and there was'one  sailing ship that had been drifting in  circles for 13 months and had been  unable to get out. The Panama  canal was closed to traffic but thc  American government allowed thc  Mana, as the vessel of a scientific-  expedition, to go through.  "Some 50 miles from J.amaica we  saw what appeared to be at first a  burning ship, and afterwards looked  like smoke from a naval action. We  found it to be a submarine volcano  blowing off. The sea flow .had been  broken and wc saw seas breaking in -  places where the chart showed no  land. Under the circumstances no investigation was possible."  Choking .Off a  Pro-German  Seriously as every American, must *.  resent the conduct of the/British Government in seizing 1,000 sacks.of American mail "on . the Scandinayian-  Amcrican liner Frederick VIII.,  bound from New York to Copenhagen, one cannot resist feeling grateful to the English, for - subjecting  Hans Lagcrlof, a hyphenate with an  American passport, to severe inconvenience and taking from him his  $10,000 in gold. During-, thc entire  voyage from New York to Kirkwall  this man had been rabidly assailing  thc Government whose passport he  carried and President Wilson^ His  pro-German views were ultra in thc  extreme. His money wilkbc handed  to him when he again reaches Kirkwall, returning to the country for  which he has so little  respect.  "Johnny Bull," I thank you! If no  means exists over here to stop thc  seditious chatter of such ..ungrateful  chaps as Lagcrlof, your assistance is  very  welcome.  Tighten thc blockade as much as  you please on that species of cattle!  ���������Julian Chambers, in ... Brooklyn  Eagle. '  ' Since thc war began six dailies and  106 weeklies have gone out of business in Canada. In Germany, 2,102  weeklies have ceased publication/and  59  dailies. II'  '{  /  u  THE/  SUN.    GRAND    FORKS,    B. C.  . Vanishes : Forever ���������  Prompt Relief' ��������� -Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  foil. - Purely vegc  able���������act surely  tint gently on  - the liver.  - Stop after  dinner  distress-  cure indi-1  Etion���������improve  the complexion���������brighten  eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Smalt Price.  Genuine must bear Signature,  Extermination  The Massacre    of Innocents    Under  Turko-German Auspices  At the beginning of 1915 the, Ottoman Armenians numbered more than  2,000,000. By the end of the year,  two-thirds of their number had either  been massacred- in their native  towns and villages or "deported" to  destinations-which more-than half of  them* never reached. This .gigantic  crime was no spontaneous outburst  of fanaticism or of race hatred.'- It  was a deliberate attempt, organized  from Constantinople and executed  with thc help of German officers, to  realize thc "Pan-Turanian idea" in  thc form of a scheme suggested by a  German writer, Dr. Rohbach.' Thc  scheme involved thc "removal"-of  the Armenian population that separated the Turks in the heart of thc  Anatolian peninsula from the other  Turkish-speaking populations in  -northwestern,. Persia . and Russian  Caucasia. The original "Pan-Turanian idea" is believed to have been  extracted from a notable "Introduction aJ'Histoire de l'Asic," published  twenty-two years..ago in Paris by-an  eminent Franco-Jewish Orientalist,  M. Leon Cahun, whose .record of thc  aims and exploits of Jcnghiz Khan  fired the imagination of. Young Turkish fanatics like Dr. Nazim and  others. Its practical application -has  resulted in thc massacre of hundreds  of thousands of innocent people under Turco-Gcrman auspices." In his  analysis- of Turkish characteristics  M. Cahun placed foremost that .of  blind obedience to orders. When the  Turk is told to behave himself he  obeys; when he is told to torture and  massacre, he tortures and massacres.  ,The sufferings of the Armenians, unparalleled in modern history, should  serve to explode the fiction of "thc  gentle Turk,". and to enhance our  gratificatioh. at the avenging advance  of our Russian allies in the Armenia  bighlands.���������"London .Times.  An .old.-farmer-*"who had been henpecked all his life was about to die.  His wife felt jt her duty to offer him  such consolation as she might, and  ���������aid: '.;.'���������-������������������ " ". '*.:.'"  "John, you are about to go, -but I  will follow** you."'.  "I suppose so, Maria," said the old  man, weakly, -"but so far as I am  concerned you .needn't be in any  blamed hurry about it." ,  IN BED MOST OF TIME  ler Health Restored by Lydia  ������. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound. *  Indianapolis, Indiana. ��������� "'Myhealth  wa3 so poor and my constitution bo run  down that I could  not work. I was  thin, pale and weak,  weighed but 109  pounds and was in  bed most of the  time. I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound and five  months later I  weighed 133 pounds.  I do all the house-  Work and washm**; for eleven and I can  truthfully say Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been a godsend  to me for I would have been in my grave  today but for it I would tell all women suffering as I wa3 to try your valu-i  able remedy.'?-Mrs. Wm. Green, 332  B. Addison Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.  There is hardly a neighborhood in this  country, wherein come woman has not  found health by using this good old-  fashioned root and herb remedy. :'.  '���������;'. If there is anything about which you  ���������wou'd like special advice, write to tho  Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,  Mass.   -.������������������'*���������*  Why, Allies are Invincible  Knitting '��������� together of the" Moral  Alliance Against German  Militarism  It is, in fact, the knitting together  of the moral alliance against German militarism which is the great  feature of thc close of the second  year of the war. Thc resources and  thc men were always there,' to makt  headway against the German armies,  but they could'have been got together  and utilized only by nations having  a great issue and a great "moral" unity.  And these Germany, as if led by an  evil genius, has herself furnished to  her enemies. Against another, they  might have been divided. With another, they might have made a separate peace. But when- they .were  clearly shown what they had to fight,  they were 'thrown " back upon" those  springs of "moral action " and those  heroisms of, soul, which your material-minded militarist can neither  understand nor conquer. This is what  really makes the Allies invincible.  They have now wrested the initiative  from the" German strategists. Their  military prospects seem of the fair-,  est, as" they now close in- upon the  German forces from all sides. Bui  as to this, -we make no predictions.  All that we w.ould point out is that  an invisible ally has all along fought  against Germany, and still presses  her back. This is the adverse moral  judgment of impartial men. ��������� New  York Evening Post. \   ,  Facts For Health Seekers  To Ponder Over  Nearly every disease can be traced  to clogged or inactive stomachs, livers or intestines. Indigestion, biliousness, headaches and insomnia all  emanate from this cause. 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About "three  hundred women have taken the  places of the motormen called to the  front, and thc remaining 3,700 are  acting as conductors, starters,- inspectors and clerks. They perform their  work in a satisfactory manner, and  the public likes the; polite ;and patient "lady conductors" very much.  Relief for the Depressed.���������Physical and mental depression usually  have their origin in a disordered  state of the stomach and Tivcr,. as  when these organs arc deranged in  their action the whole system is affected. Try Parmelec's Vegetable  Pills. They revive the digestive processes, act beneficially on the nerves  and restore the: spirits as ho other  pills will. They " are cheap, simple  and sure, and the effects are lasting.  ��������� An Absurdity in Uniform  Some of our men engaged about  Contalmaison have an absurd story  of a* German officer who came out to  surrender as if on parade, with gloves  and cane, and very spick and/span���������  whereas, to do them justice, the German, prisoners generally looked deplorable iAs he advanced, his first  remark was to demand a certificate  as to his gallantry and honor. Our  men were so enraged that they incontinently fell upon him and took  his gloves and cane and cut all the  buttons and badges off his coat. It  is the one solitary instance which I  have heard where Tommy has had  any idea except to feed his prisoners and make pets of them. Wc  have proofs every day; however, of  the unpopularity of many of the German officers >vith their men, who express themselves with some considerable freedom when they arc prisoners.���������London Times.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  W.     N.     U.     1122  The Curse of Germany  The Emperor deceives his people.  No "enemy Government," no neutral  country, no man of sanity desires the  destruction of Germany, but of that  brutal, conscienceless, wicked spirit  of militarism represented by the Kaiser and the Crown Prince and their  bloodthirsty advisers. The curse of  Germany and of the world is thc Ho-  hcnzollcrn rule. \ If thc time ever  comes when it can be broken Germany will enter upon a splendid future of peace and prosperity and thc  rest of thc civilized world will be at  rest. Speed the. day!���������Philadelphia  Inquirer.  Bacon: Distinct traces of light have  been detected in ihe ocean at depths  of more. than 3,000 feet by an English  occanographical  expedition.  Egbert. Some careless mermaid's  gone to bed and forgot to turn out  thc gas probably. ��������� Yonkcrs Statesman.  Labor Exchanges  Movement Started to Establish  . Branches in Western Provinces  A movement was started in Winnipeg this week which, if it materializes, is expected to be of great assistance in rcgulaling thc labor market in Western Canada. As set forth  in a resolution adopted at a meeting  held at thc Industrial bureau, thc objects of the proposed organization  arc, briefly, to secure legislation in  thc three prairie" provinces that will  make it ,an offence to. charge a fee  for- giving or securing employment  or-for introducing anyone for thc  purpose of securing work; and to establish in Winnipeg, Brandon,-Moose  Jaw, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton  and Lclhbridge fully equipped labor  exchanges, each province bearing the  expense of maintaining its own exchange, and lhat the city council,  Grain Growers'* Association, and  Trades and Labor Council in each  city be invited to appoint two of  their number to form a local advisory  committee.  It is also proposed that one central office be maintained at Winnipeg,  Rcgina and Edmonton, which shall be  responsible for all exchanges, and  that thc superintendence shall be  under a commission of six members,  one appointed by each of the three  governments and one by the Trades  and Labor Councils of each province,  such commission to have full power  lo appoint all officers of the local  and central exchanges.  The. gentlemen present at the  meeting were: Thomas Molloy, of  the department of labor, Saskatchewan; Aid. H. J. Baillic, Saskatoon;  R. T. Daley, assistant publicity commissioner, Alberta; Commissioner W.  F". Heal, Moosomin; .Frank Kerr,  chief relief officer, Winnipeg; Louis  Kon, Manitoba immigration commissioner; A. Macnamara, labor department, Manitoba; R. A. Rigg, M.P.P.;  A. W. Puttee and J. H. T. Falk.  The labor organizations will lake  the proposal up in thc three provinces, and a general meeting will  probably be called sometime during  the coming* winter, when full consideration will be given the question by  government and labor representatives  of other bodies. ��������� Winnipeg Ffcc  Press.  German Women  Whip British Prisoners  Gordon Highlander Tells of His  Treatment  A Gordon Highlander, wounded at  the Battle of Mons, described his experience thc other day as a prisoner  in thc hands of thc Germans. It was  for the English "swine" thai the enemy reserved their special cruelties.  "Eighty-one of us were taken lo another place lo work. When wc got  out at thc station thc German women; who stood at the side of the  road, let the French and Belgian prisoners pass, but they slashed long  whips into thc eyes of thc British  prisoners. A Scaforth Highlander  had one eye taken oiil of his face."  While they were there typhus broke  out, and sixlccn out of eighty-one  died. Speaking of the way iu which  the sufferers were neglected by their  captors, thc speaker said that some  of his comrades and himself got hold  of��������� pieces of wood and paper and,  made a fire with the object of sup-1  plying thc suffering soldiers with hot  water.  fSSSSsS^Sys^SSS^e^SX^S^^^&SSS^SBE^&Si  SOLD BY ALL GOOD SHOE I)*SAI.r,n!9  WOK?/ BY EVEBV MEMBER OF THE FAMILY  Minard's Liniment Cures Diohthcria.  Conquers Asthma. To be relieved  from the terrible suffocating due to  asthma is a great thing, but to be  safe-guarded for the future is even  greater. Not only docs Dr. J. D.  Kcllogg's Asthma .Remedy *gbring  prompt relief, but it introduces a new  era of life for the afflicted. Systematic ���������i.nhaling-.of smoke or fumes from  the remedy prevents re-attacks and  often  effect's,a permanent  cure.  Playing Safe  The-Man: If I should ask for your  hand-���������-.  The Maid: I would refuse.  The Man: You positively would  not  marry, me?   '  The - Maid: Under no circums tan-  ces whatever!  The Man: Nothing that might occur would cause you to change your  mind?    You arc absolutely sure?  Tire  Maid:   I  am  absolutely sure.  The Man: Fine! Then wc- can. have  the time of our lives "being engaged  this summer!"  PERSONALS.  Well-known Women.  Chatham, Ont.���������"I was sick for about  four years^Gofc very weak, could not  eat to amount to  anything. I got  very thin and had  no strength at all.  I was very much  discouraged at  times ��������� thought I  waa never going to  get better. I  could nob walk a  block without feeling all tircd-out.  I took different  medicines but did  not get the help I needed. A friend of  mine advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I began lo take it  with the 'Pleasant Pellets' and by the  time I had taken two bottles I waa well  on thc road to recovery, and in six months  I was entirely well. My appetite came  back and I gained in flesh. Now I am as  strong and healthy as any one could wish  to be. I owe it all to Dr. Pierce's medicines aud I am glad of the opportunity  to give testimony in their favor; they  have done wonders for me."���������Miss  Thelma Pakkeh, 141 E. King St.  Chatham, Ont.���������"I have taken Dr.  Pierce's medicine with good results. ^ I  was weak and run down, lost my appetite  and got very thin. I took 'Favorite  Prescription' and 'Pleasant Pellets' and  these two medicines built me up in a very  Bhorfc space of time so that I felt as well  as ever. I found them to be all that L  recommended of them; they are good."���������  Mas. Wiw. Weebe, Cor. Taylor & Grand  Ave., E., Chatham, Ont.  Every woman who has backache, headache, low spirits, sleepless nights, owes it  to herself to Bpcedily overcome the trouble  before a breakdown causes prostration.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is  a non-alcoholic remedy that any ailing  woman can safely |lake because it Lb prepared from roots and herbs with puro  glycerine, containing tonic properties.  Valuable Information Re Irrigation  Thc growing importance of irrigation in the agricultural 'development  of Canada is suggested by a new folder just issued by the Dcpartmcnl of  Natural Resources of thc Canadian  Pacific Railway. The folder deals  with the irrigation enterprises in thc  neighborhood of Calgary. It is_handsomely illustrated and complete with  valuable information for the farmer  and home-builder. A copy may be  had free by writing the Publicity  Branch, Department of Natural Resources,  Calgary, Alberta.  Worms cause frclfulncss and rob  the infant of sleep, the great nour-  ishcr. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will clear thc stomach  and intestines and restore heallhful-  ness.  WATERPROOr.COL.LARS AND CUFF'S  Somctliii.-g better than linen and big laundry  bills. Wa.-fli it with soap and water All  stores or direct. State style and si/c. t-'ot  25c. we will mail you.  THE  ARLINGTON COMPANY OP  CANADA, T.imitod  68 FVnsor Areuus, Toronto, Ontario  Russia's Trade Future  Thc operating of an all-year-round  ���������port in the south through thc Bos-  phorus and the Dardanelles will  create a revolution in Russian trade  and make Russia, less dependent on  Germany. Hitherto Russia has suffered a sort of blockade for five  months of thc year to the great  benefit of"Germany. After thc war  there will be new markets "for Russia, as Russia will become a manufacturing as well as an agricultural  country.���������London  Chronicle.  Surprising  Wilhelm  The British troops, previously despised by William, arc now giving  iiis generals a sample of their  strength, before which, in thc long  run, the Boschcs will have to turn  tail. Thc superior quality of thc  British army has gol the belter of  all the Boschc counter-attacks, and  the magnificent success of thc little  army, now grown big, has already  made the invader feel thc first effect  of a military force upon whose intervention he had"not reckoned.���������  L'Hommc  Enchainc,  Paris.  The Call To Help Society  President A. Lawrence Lowell in the  Yale Review  Never have I been able to understand���������and. even- less than ever in  these terrible days, when young men,  on whom the future shone bright  with hope, sacrifice from a sense of  duty their lives, the welfare of those  dearest to them, and everything they  care for���������less than ever can I understand how. any man can stand in  safety on a hillside, and watch the  struggle- of life in. the plain below  without longing to lake part therein;  how he can sec' thc'world'pass by  without craving to make his mark,  however small, on his day and generation. Many a man who would be  eager to join a deadly charge if his  country were at war, lacks the insight or imagination to perceive lhat  thc warfare of civilization is waged  not more upon thc battlefield than  in the workshop, at the desk, in thc  laboratory and thc library. Wc have  learned in this stress of nations that  men cannot fight without ammunition well made in abundance; but  wc do not sec that thc crucial matter  in civilization is the preparedness of  young men for the work of thc  world; not only au ample supply of  pattern, tempered and finished to thc  highest point of perfection. Is this  the ideal of a dreamer that cannot  be realized; or is it a vision which  young men will sec and turn to a  virile faith?  .Wood's 3?iio������/iipdis-3..  The Great JCnpli.ik Fcir.cdy.  Tor.ca ar.d invigorates tiia vhola  nervou? system, makcH new Wood  old  V--ias,   Cures   Kcrvoiis  friEBI  .-.'a or raa-i-ri in pi.-r.n peg. on roreisn or  Wrwpartphlrl'matterf free. TJ3E WOOD  C3KE CO������,T0KCHT0, OHT.   <F<jr<nerJy *\iiw.)  r������e NEW F1EWCH REMEDY. N,l H,2 W,������  THERAPION!!^'^  EriaiSUCCrii, CURE-*.CH30>.ICWEAK?.-ESS. LOST VIG0������  k VIM KIDNEY BLADDER. DISEASES. BLOOD rCt'OW.  PILiS EITHE-t No. DRUGGISTS or MAIL SI. TOST 4 CTI  FOUr.ERA CO M BIKKMAH ST NEW YORK Or LYMA.V R!U>������  rOKO.ITO V.RI1 E FOR FREE BOOK TO D.I LK CLERC  MED CO ilAVERSrOCKKD. HAllPSTEAD. LONDON EDO.  rRVMC-.VDRAGEElTASTi:LESS)rOKMor    FASY TO  XiKU  THE MARION KE-rc���������  See tiij"T tf.ads maioisd word 'tiikrapiom* is on  IRI-..OOVI  STAMP AIF1XJX lOALL GENUINE PACMTa  '    BOOK   OX  DOG DISEASES  And How to Feed  ITailed  Tree to  any address b-  tbe Author  H. CLAY GLOVER CO., Inc.  DOg Remsfies 1118 West 31st Street, New Ycrk  The Lights  Of 65 Years Ago  Arc still doing duty ia  tbe shape of  Eddy's  He's a clever young fellow, is  Tompkins, but rather absent-minded.  On one occasion he was sent by  his firm to transact some important  business with a client. Arriving at  the town where thc latter lived,  Tompkins paused in the railway station and his face grew pale. . Then he  rushed  to thc  telegraph office.  A little later thc head of thc firm  received   this   wire:  "Have forgotten natnc of client.  Please wire at once."  To Tompkins, waiting impatiently  in thc telegraph office, came this- reply:  "Client's name Roberts. Your name  Tompkins."  "There's one good thing about  golf."  "What is it?"  "It's seldom thai your wife insists  on you taking her to sec it played."  Sixty - five 3rcars ago  the firstCanadian-madc  Matches were made at  Hull by Hddy and  since that time, for  materials and striking-  qualities, Eddy's have  been the acknowledged best.  When Buying Matches  Specify "Eddy's."  A Notable Encounter  The Earl of Derby states that "for  concentrated fury nothing in thc war  exceeded thc fight our troops had  with thc Brandenburgcrs on the  Sommc front." Thc. fact seem?* Jo  bear out the prediction of some military observers'that tlie last period ci  the conflict will be marked by the  most vicious fighting on record. The  enemy is beginning to rccogni/.e, it  would seem, that his hack is lo tlie  wall.���������Montreal  Gazette.  Japan is producing munitions ol  war for "Russia at a greater sped  than she did for her own army during thc   laic  var  with   Russia.  "How's your boy Josh getting on  with his studies*?"  "Pleasantly," replied Farmer Corn-  tosscl.    "He don't  bother 'em none."  4 THE    SUJN,    GRAND.  FORKS,    B. C.  \  Watc  not, sve will  will run cor-  Oitly  .  frankly tell you so  A. 0, MORRISON  amis  Does your watch run  correctly? If you ex-  pericnce 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  A watch repaired by us  Inot  worry.  .A   two-dollar  suit  on "a forty-  ! dollar  man  looks  better  than a forty-dollar  I "  suit on a two-dollar man.  /  .       s - L  The price of bread has been advanced ! in  Grand Forks, and people who heretofore have  not been able to eat anything coarser than  angel's food have suddenly acquired a taste  for it.  JEWELER-OPTICIAN  GRANDFORKS, B. C.  G. A. EVANS. EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain) S1.00  One Year (in tbe United States)     1.50  Address all communications to  . The Guano Forks Sun, ���������  Grand Forks, B. C.  (  OFFICE:   "COLUMBIA AVENUE AND LAKE STREET.'  It is surprising how quickly- after, the recent election the Conservatives became converted to the policy of the abolition of thc  patronage system.  Anyway, it takes four amateurs to  make  a  good professional.  SAYINGS OF tPICTETUS  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191G  t Who will be the leader of the-, Conservative  party in-British Columbia? This question is  almost as important as, Who will be the min-  . isters of Premier Brewster's cabinet? It is  improbable that any, of the Conservative  members-elect will ever be able to lead the  party to victory. A more capable man will be  needed to accomplish this task. In looking  over the field, there appears to be but two  men in the party in the. province of commanding personality. Hon. Martin Burrell  has many friends in the province, and Sir  Charles Tupper, although he threw in his lot  with the Liberals in the late election, still  claims to be a Conservative. Either of these  men might gain a Conservative victory in the  course of a couple of decades.  What is' due to tbe state pay as quickly as you  can, and you will never be asked for that which is not  due.  As a .wolf resembles a dog, so both a flatterer and  a parasite resemble a friend. Take care,' then,- that  instead of watchdogs you do not without knowing it let  in mischievous wolves. ' '  If you wish to make your judgments just, listen not  (regard not) any of those who are parties (to the suit),  nor to those who plead in it. but to justice itself.  Nothing is smaller (meaner) than   love   of   pleasure,  and   love   of gain   and pride.    Nothing is  superior   to  magnanimity, and gentleness, and love of mankind and'  beneficence.  It is not poverty which produces sorrow, but desire;  nor does wealth release from fear, but reason, the  power'of reasoning. If then you acquire this power  of reasoning you will neither desire wealth nor complain of poverty.  The Victoria Week thinks - our judges are  underpaid. It says that almost an barrister  of standing **can make more money in a year  than their salaries amount to. This is probably true. But, on the other hand, there are  many men on the bench now drawing phat  salaries who, before their appointment, were  unable to earn a decent living as country  lawyers. On the whole, things are pretty  evenly balanced.  A cat invariably comes back, but the articles taken  from the old Sun office are likely to remain away forever.  - The Sun, at $1.00 per year, gives its 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.  The election of the full Liberal ticket in  Victoria was made thg, occasion for a party  banquet to thc workers in that city, at which  Premier-elect Brewster and the other- candidates delivered speeches of congratulation to  those who had been instrumental in their return. The remarks of Mr. Brewster were of  especial interest, because it was his first deliver since the election. The Liberal leader  was careful to reiterate his stand upon certain  matters which he had emphasized during the  fight. The party was pledged, he ..said, to  give this province clean and honest government, and to abolish the patronage, system,  and the pledge would be carried out to the  utmost. The clays of the professional politician were past, never, he hoped, to return. To  the past, also, belonged the spoils system.  In mining development we have recently  had an object lesson of how much unpaid labor  benefits a community. The system works out  at about the same ratio in other industries;  and yet the man who discourages "wildcatters"  is called a "knocker" by the lightweights who  can not differentiate between legitimate enterprises and mushroom concerns.  In the Grand Forts Valley  IS acres in alfalfa; 2-acre  orchard; good house and  barn and other buildings.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats; Poultry always on hand.    i i   *.*.���������* '  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 at-  tractively presented. It carries  weight. Enterprising men use  GOOD PRINTING becauseitGETS  BUSINESS. "-If you don't already  know our kind of printing, let,us  show you. It's'a certainty that  we can save you money, too.  The Sun is the 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 sub-  sccribers.  One noticeable  effect  of the wai; is, that  some men are now compelled to dress plainer1  than they formerly did.    However, they need  For further information  call at  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made  to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  R.C.McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUE  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Rigs  and Good  Horses at All Hours at  the  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.   -  Phone 68 Second Street  fi  Pays for The  Sun for an  entire year. It is the brightest  paper in the Boundary cou itry  John Wanamaker says in Judicious  Advertising: "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls. It begins very gently  at first, but the pull is steady. It increases day by day and year by year,  until it exerts an irresistible   po *'er."  miLmu.mu^mmjmMlulAJiU1UMWmjSSltMSJWaSl\ltid,������iSi  ���������amsmiiwmiaiimamimimEim  m&sm MaM^MwbwMU^^I  /    I  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,    B. C.  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,  . GASES OR INDIGESTION  Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3000  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.  Time it!'   In Ave minutes all stomach distress will go!   No indigestion,  "heartburn,   sourness   or   belching   of  ��������� gas, acid, or, eructations of undigested  ' food,    no    dizziness,    bloating,    foul  .breath or headache.  Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its  speed in regulating upset stomachs.  It is the surest, quickest stomach remedy in the whole world and besides it  is harmless. Put an end to stomach  trouble forever by getting a large  fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin  from any drug store. You realize in  five minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any  stomach disorder. It's the quickest,  surest and' most harmless stomach  doctor in tho world.  Bulbs for Winter  For those who like io have bloom  n^ bulbs io the house during the  late fall and winter months, th'-re is  a simple method th-it requires liule  tune and no skill Paper white nar  cist-uses, Dutch R >man hyacinths  and daffo-i'ls are mo.-t. esily grown,  al;hough tulips, crocuses and other  bulbs that. are capable of being  forced can be grown without didi-  ctilty.'  Use shallow six <-r eight-inch pots  a. d any lo "si*1, sandy t*oil that you  can get. Do the panting any limV-  in October. If you ilo it later than  that, the result-are not like'y to be  so .-i'Hsf-ictory. Fill tho pots pari I \  lull nt soil .-iiid piac*' the bull's so  tti.'l then-shall be some sp.n:>j be  r.\i-cii I hem; then cover them -,\ith  .-oil to the d--pth of perhaps an iiu-.h,  water thenffree.lv, bury the pots iu  lhe ground outside.- and cover them  with,   soil    to   the   depth of   three  inches Mark .the pots, so that >you  will'' know where each, variety of  bnlbs is buried When the -top of  thegr-und begins to freeze, cover  ihe buried bulbs, with leaves to keep  i hem'.'from freezing.. Tlie bulbs  will at once begin to grow," and will  need .no attention until 'li.-y -aie  ready to bring into the house.    ���������  Paper white narcissuses develop  most rapidly, but should be allowed  to remain buried, for at least five  weeks. If you plant them about the  first of- October, you may dig them  up by the tenth of November. When  dug up, they should be watered and  left in the cellar or some other dark,  cool place for a few days before they  are brought into the lull light. If  placed in a cool, sunshiny window  and watered tree.ly, they will bloom  by the middle of November. Other  pots of narcissus may be brought in"  at intervals of a few days, to replace  ihose that-have   finished   blooming.  Dutch Roman hyacinths will be  ready-to bring in by the middle of  December, and other kinds of hyacinths later' Daffodils, crocuses and"  tulips should-remain in the ground  until about the first of February,  and should be brought in at inter  vals until the first of March.  In thai way, with little trouble  and experience, one can have bulbs  in bloom from November to April  There ni-i-d be no fear of failure, if,  after the bulbs have been brought  into the house, they get plenty of  sunshine and plenty of water.  In banquets remember that you  entertain two guests, body and soul;  and whatever you shall   have  given  -a  fiS  y*  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 "C.C.M." Hanger adds  the. finishing touch of perfection to  this famous wheel.  Call and examine the latest "Clevelands "at  Headquarters  for  High-Grade  Sundries  J. ii. MOOT BOER  Blacksmith and Bicycle Deal-.-r  to the body you soon reject, but  what you shall have gfven to- the  soul you keep always.  October 19 Will.Be  Red Cross Day  The British Rpfl Cross society and  the Order of St". John are once more'  proposing to appeal 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 ������ dispatch  received by Lieutenant-Governor  Barnard from Lord Lansdowne,  president of tbe 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 even greater success than last year, when the sum  of $1,858,008 vvas received in Cana-"  da, and large sums in other parts of  he empire.  A Dortion of the dispatch from  Lansdowne, addressed to~the lieutenant-governor, reads as follows:  "The generous response which -w.e  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  he truly grateful to you if you will  assist our^work by organizing an appeal and sending the proceeds to us  tor our sick and wotfnded at* the  front. I shall be greatly obliged if  you will communicate the contents  of this'cablegrarii to your ministers  and recommend the proposal to  their favorable consideration." '  10 CENT "CASCARETS"  IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE  For  Sick   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  Sluggish Liver and Bowels���������They  work while you sleep.  ���������JL  Dealers in  Fresh and Salt Meats  Eisfi and Poultry  Our cTVIotto: "Quality- und Service"  .Markets in Nearly All the Boundary  and Kootenay Towns  First Street Grand Forks  H. W. Breen. oManager  Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches 'come from a torpid liver and  clogged bowels, which ' cause your  ���������stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments  like garbage in a swill barrel. That's  the' first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow  skin, mental fears, everything that is  horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret  to-night will- give your constipated  bowels a thorough cleansing and  straighten you out by morning. They  work while you sleep���������a 10-cent box  from your druggist, will keep you feeling good for months.  Advertise in The Sun.   It has the  largest local circulation.  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Buy  Your  Gtatt G  oai Now  Office!  F. Downey's Mgar Sture  Tklki'iionks;  Oiti.i-:, l-i'6 ffpef SfrPPt  Hanskn's Ukhidksck K'-8r"������" ulltiOl  Butter Wrappers  Neatly printed with special Butter Wrapper  Ink. Also imprinted wrappers. Our prices  are right. ^  SUN PRINT SHOP  THE  LONDONDIRECTORI  (Published Annually)  Knables  traders   throughout   tho   world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in ouch class of goods. Resides being h complete- commercial guide to London and Its  -ii-hitrbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MEKCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, ami the OoIoiiIhI  and Foreign Markets they supply:  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to whieh they sail,  and indicating*; tlie approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of lending Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the United Kingdom.  A copy of tlie ciirront edition will bo forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers  seeking   Agencies   can    advertise  their trade cards for $5, urlargnr advertise  nients from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY  CO., LTD  .'   Ahcliunili Lane. London, E.G.  51  ssuring  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.  N"ew castoinsrs to this community will shop with you���������  become regular customers���������if  they are.invited to do so.  Your 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 ,  THE GRAND FORKS SUN  Is to leave your business un-  *   protected.(  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 sLop rather than  continue to be a customer of  the shop which never solicits  your good will, you need have  no compunction of conscience.  Shop Where You Are  Invited to Shop THE    SUN,    GBAND    FORES,    B. C.  INSURANCE  COMPANY  AN EXCLUSIVELY CANADIAN COMPANY  ESTABLISHED 1890  Excelsior Policies Are  Money Makers  Wet and Dry Periods  Come Alternately  And Have Been Doing: So For Three  Thousand Years  Among the more notable investigations of thc climate of past centuries arc those by Professor Huntington, and his conclusions are based on  historical records 'in Europe, archaeological investigation in Central  America, and on thc tree growth as  indicated by the rings of old trees,  especially thc Sequoia of California.  The curves showing probable rainfall, which he has obtained from  these various sources, show* a fairly  satisfactory agreement through thc  past'3,000 years, and indicate that the  weather conditions throughout this  long span of human history have been  pulsatory in character, periods oi  wet years alternating irregularly with  periods  of  relatively dry years.  In the past 100 years there have  been exceptionally wet seasons and  exceptionally dry seasons, also exceptionally cool summers, and exceptionally warm summers. Early in  the. 19th century there were scveril  exceedingly cool years in Eastern  Canada and the United States, notably 1812, 1815 and 1816, and 1812 and  1816 were known as years without a  summer.  While thc rainfall from April 1st  to hue irt June was in excess of the  rainfall of thc corresponding period  in any year since records have been  kept in Toronto, there arc three May-  July periods and five July-August periods when the rainfall was considerably greater than it- was in April,  May and June.**  The excessive rain was only in Ontario and western Quebec. In eastern Quebec and the Maritime Provinces thc fall was about an average,  while in Newfoundland thc rainfall  was comparatively light, and for two  months the weather was exceptionally fine and bright. ��������� Sir Robert F.  Stiipart, director of meteorological  service for Canada, in Thc Agricultural Gazette.  Valuable Addition To  Canada's Wealth  No surgical operation is necessary  in removing corns if Holloway's  Corn   Cure be used.  Whom the Germans Fear.  "Wc already know how the Germans have feared the Highlanders.  They have better reason for,fearing  them today than ever they had.  There has been nothing finer done  in this war or, I believe, in auy war,  ' than the way. in which Scotsmen,  after four days, of unimaginable  strain, held and flung back .the enormously preponderating numbers of.  the desperate last German counterattack. It was: what remained of the  Highlanders, with a ..gallant handful  of South Africans, who, in a hastily  made line, met, body to body, and  beat back a force of cither nine or  ten battalions of fresh troops. It is  in such things when, after the German artillery had done its worst,  their infantry must come in, that, not  once, but a score of times here, we  have proved ourselves thc better men.  It is a big thing to say, but there is  nothing in all Scotland's fighting history of which Scotsmen have more  right to be proud they have of this  incident at Longucval. *��������� London  Daily .News. -  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget  in  Cows.  Stefannson Makes    Valuable  Copper  Discoveries in thc Arctic  Region  Thc discovery by the Canadian  Arctic expedition headed by "Vilhjal-  mur Stefansson of a great field of  native copper in the vicinity of Copper Mine River, in the neighborhood  of Prince Albert Island, will prove  of great value to thc business world,  says Dr. Chester A. Reeds of the  American Museum of Natural History. Dr. Reeds believed also that it  will afford scientists an opportunity  for displaying their ingenuity in finding an outlet from a region that is  still unopened in a commercial sense.  The work of the party is expected  to prove valuable in determining thc  direction of winds and thc movement  of tides in the Polar region. Dr.  Reeds said this work might go a long  way to prove or disprove thc theory  that an unknown continent exists in  the great unexplored region north of  Alaska and west and northwest of  Greenland.  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING HOT WEATHER  More, little ones die during the hot  weather than at any other lime of  the year. Diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera infantum and stomach troubles  come without warning, and when a  medicine is not at hand to give  promptly thc short delay too frequently means that thc child has passed beyond aid. Baby's Own Tablets  should always be kept in homes  where there arc young children. An  occasional dose of the Tablets will  prevent stomach and bowel troubles,  or if the trouble comes suddenly the  prompt use of thc Tablets will cure  the baby. Thc Tablets arc sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Out.  When Will Peace Come?  When will peace come? It .will  come when Germany is ready for it,  and the time is approaching. It will  come when Germany has learnt the  lesson of the war, when it has found,  as every other nation has had to  learn, that the voice of Europe cannot be defied with impunity. It will  come when Germany is ready to repudiate . the persons and the principles that made the war inevitable,  when the militarists and the. Chauvinists have became a despised and repudiated remnant,, when the nation  says: "To you we listened, and you  we have obeyed; to you we have sacrificed all that holds us to life, the  lives of our sons and our husbands  and our ..fathers, the ideals, and beliefs of our ancestors, and our own  better nature. You have offered us  wealth and power and the kingdoms  of this world, and we accepted your  offer and your promise, and what  have we? For them wc have bartered our all,.and there is nothing in  return but hunger and cold and nakedness, disease and death, ruin and  destitution."���������Nineteenth  Century.  German Idea Must Be Conquered  The worl is still under thc spell of  battle and judgment of results is deferred  till  thc time when  thc verdict  on  lhe battlefield shall    be    definite.  Germany  has  gained provinces,    she  has  added   a   half  and   more  to   her  area  since   the war began;  if she is  permitted    to    hold these   conquests,  then    other    generations of Germany  will  have  reason  to believe that thc  German  doctrine is sound    and    thc  German idea right and that it is wise  to abolish civilization and ignore humanity because it is profitable.    It is |  the German idea, but so long-as the i  German people hold to that idea there [  can be no peace.    There is no longer!  a  present   danger  of  German suprc-i  inacy in Europe, or in thc world, but!  there will be a future danger if Gcr-1  many comes forth from thc war richer I  in provinces and power by reason of  her  brutality,   her  violence,   and   her  bad   faith.���������New  York  Tribune.  There is moire Catarrh in this section o������  thc country than all other diseases put together, .-.nd for years it was fupposed to be  .ncurable. 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  Cure, manufactured by 1*. J. Cheney & Co.,  Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is  ."al:cn internally and acts through the Blood  Jn the Mucou-; Surfaces of the System. One  Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any  .rase that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure.  Send  for circulars and testimonials.  F.  J.   CflENFA'  &  CO.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Sold by  Druggists,  75c.  Assistant: Do thc shoes fit,  madam?  Madam: Oh, yes, they fit mc perfectly; but they hurt me terrible  when 1 try to walk.���������London Opinion.  Granulated Eyelids,  Eyes inflamed by cxpo-  oure to Sun, Dusf and Wnd  quickly relieved by Marine  Eye Remedy. No Smarting,  just Eye Comfort. Al  Vour Druj-rgist's 50c per Bottle. Murine Eyo  Ba!veinTube325c. ForBookollheEyeFreeasIc  Dnige-Mts ot Marine Eye Kerned-/ Co., Chicago  W.     N.     U.     1122  The House of Seven Gables  This old house, which is one of the  sl:ow places of Salem, Mass., and was  made famous by Nathauial Hawthorne, overlooks the harbor, with a  vic'v of Marblchcad in the distance.  The house faces thc south. 'Its cast  cud borders on Turner street, crowding down so 'close to thc sidewalk  that the picturesque sign over the  shop door swings just over the heads  of the parsers by. Thc steeply sloping root of thc ancient mansion, its  rharp pointed gables, its grey weather-beaten clapboards, thc faded red  of its brick chimneys all attract the  visitor who journeys to this historic  house.  Thc house was built in 1669 by  John Turner, a Salem merchant. The  third John Turner sold thc house in  1782 to Captain Samuel Ingcrsoll.  Mrs. Ingersoll was a Hawthorne and  a cousin to Hawthorne's father. Thc  house is a picturesque clapboard  house, and its many gables add interest and quaintness to its composition.  "So old Williams is looking for a  divorce from his young wife? On  whi.t grounds?"  "On thc grounds of economy, I  guess."  Warfare and Insanity  Few Are Crazed By the.Battles, According to Statistics  In the early days "of the'war doleful predictions were hc^rd that modern civilization with its debilitating  horrors of modern death dealing devices w'ould drive thousands of. soldiers mad. Men taken from peaceful  pursuits, whose chief hazard had been  in crossing thc streets," were suddenly set down in an inferno of explosives, beset with thc constant imminence of death in terrible forms, deprived of countless comforts and conveniences, racked in mind night and  day for months, and there seemed  every probability that thousands indeed would break under the unfamiliar and seemingly intolerable strain.  But the records do not show it. Statistics thus iar prove that these fears  were tremendously exaggerated.  Dr. G. Dumas, who has treated all  cases of mental trouble in one of the  French armies, says his data, covering the first six months of last year,  agrees with the "reports of German  doctors regarding madness among  combatants. He finds the cases of  insanity caused directly or indirectly  by thc war in France arc quite as few  in proportion as those reported in  Germany, and offers thc figures as refutation of the theory of-German specialists that the Teutonic " ra*ce has  greater nervous resistance than thc  French or Latin. The same conclusion is indicated by thc British reports. It is doubted whether any  appreciable number of soldiers who  have broken down mentally would  not have done so anyhow, even if  there had been no war. Most of the  cases suggested previous weaknesses.  ���������From the Pittsburg Dispatch.  Prevention and Provision  It is a strange argument, that of  thc pacifists that preparedness will  not prevent war. No more docs fire  prevention work prevent fires. But  it does lesson the probability of fires  and reduce the losses ��������� from them  when they occur. It is the part of  wisdom to accept things as they arc,  forscc the evil that may come and  seek to minimize its effects.���������New-  York Evening Sun.  Pat went to a druggist to get an  empty bottle. Selecting one lhat answered his purpose, he asked:  "How much?"  "Well," said the clerk, "if you  want the empty .bottle__ it'll be one  cent, but if you have something ���������put  in it we won't charge anything for  the bottle." - -  "Sure, that's fair enough," observed Pat.   "Put in a cork."  Montreal,  May 29th, '09.  Minard's  Liniment  Co.,  Limited,  Yarmouth, * N.  S.  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Their own conversation  shuts them out of all the benefits  which might come.to them from listening to the speech of other men,  and they pay thc penalty of their  own loquacity in narrowed limits of  thought and narrower limits of sympathy.  It is easy for a good talker to talk  too much, and it is very hard to get  him to realize that he docs talk too  much. Usually thc man who can  talk freely likes to talk, and in the  enjoyment of 'his own eloquence he  completely forgets lhat other people  also desire once in a while to say  a little. The talker may not mean  to be selfish, but he is so whether  he means it or hot, and he is apt to  find himself becoming increasingly  unpopular. One of lhe subtlest compliments you can pay a man or woman is to be a good listener, and this  thc talker finds it hard to be.  Minard's -Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  To Win the War  Vast as the demands made on the  nation arc, and vast as thc effort  they will entail must be, thc achievement will not overtax our capacity.  Thc money can be raised, and it is  no more than sober fact to say that  there is only one nation in Europe  that could raise it today. Day by day  as thc cost of thc war grows greater  thc responsibility of,Great- Britain as  the financial corner-stone of thc Alliance is more unmistakably demonstrated. But this at least is certain,  that thc money is going not merely  to prosecute thc war, but to win the  war. Thc business of thc Government is to see to it that the material  for maintaining and increasing thc  pressure is constantly forthcoming.  Thc business of thc people is to  stand behind the Government as one  man.���������London  Daily News.  Aching joints and sore muscles arc  common in rheumatic people. Inflammation is deep in  thc tissues. 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The large 50c family size bottle is  far more economical than the 25c  trial size. . Get it today. Sold by  dealers everywhere, or direct from  the Calarrhozone Co., Kingston,  Canada.  Seasickness in the Trenches  The breaking of water pipes caused Germans marooned in the trenches to suffer from thirst, but the  failure to cat was not due in every  case to lack of food, much being stored in underground quarters. A captured Bavarian captain made this  statement to a Post-Dispatch correspondent: Thc constantly bursting  shells caused such atmospheric concussions and detonations of the earth  that officers and men were sickened  and nauseated by the incessant tremblings. During three days the Germans were lis.tless and apathetic arid  took-no nourishment.  The rocking of thc earth produced  by the tremendous explosions was so  great that the men actually became  seasick  in  thc trenches!  ���������Many children die from thc assaults of worms, and thc first care of  mothers should be to see that their  infants arc free from these pests. A  vermifuge that can be depended on  is Miller's Worm Powders. - They  will not only expel worms from thc  system, but act as a health-giving  medicine and a remedy for many of  thc ailments that beset infants, enfeebling them and endangering their  lives. .  Newspapers and Prophets.  Tltcre is hardly a day that docs not  develop in some line of thought a  man or woman, generally young, who  haE discovered that thc inherited experience of the human race in its  social and political relations is worthless. If the humdrum "newspapers  which deal in their ignorant way,  with life as it is and has been, were  to accept all these prophets at their  self-valuations this world would-be  more of a .bedlam than it is. ��������� New  York: World.  "Did you get anything?" "whispered the burglar7 on. guard as his pal  emerged from the window.  "No. The bloke wot lives here is  a lawyer," replied* the other in disgust.  '".'.���������.>���������'.  "That's hard luck!" said thc first.  "Did you lose .'anything?"  Native chiefs in Central Africa are  competing with each other in sending native troops to aid thc Belgians  in their fight against the Germans :n  East Africa.  Belgians in England  How They Are Serving the Cause ol  the Allies  Various newspapers have published  statements regarding foreigners resident in England who arc said, owing  to the war and thc call to arms of  British citizens, to be trying to usurp  the places occupied by the latter in  trade and industry. Special and  pointed allusion is made to the Belgians, and this may have the effect  of misleading the public and creating-  in England an unjust, and dangerous  feeling towards them.  During thc first months of the wai  the Belgian authorities organized an  intense propaganda in-favor of the  voluntary enrolment of refuges. Then  dwo.laws in 1915 and 1916 called "to  arms various categories of Belgians,  and measures were taken to 'discover  refractory Belgians and place them  at the disposal of the military authorities. * Several thousands of Belgians have left England to join the  army, and these constitute a considerable force if :t is .remembered that  the whole colony of Belgian refuges  in the United Kingdom, men, women and children, amounts at most *  to 200,000 persons.  It should also be noted that" the  majority of Belgian workmen are  employed in the munition works,  w.h'ere they are usefully serving the  common cause of the allies.  Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. Thomas* -  Eclectric Oil has been on the market,  upwards of thirty years and in that  time it has proved a blessing to  thousands. "Tt is in high favor  throughout Canada, and its excellence has carried its fame beyond  the seas. It has no equal^ in the  whole list of liniments. If it were  double the price it would be a cheap  liniment.  Lack of Broomsticks  -The housewives of Glasgow have  been forced to hardships through  their failure to lay vin a supply of  broom handlers before' the war. These  handles came* from northern Europe,  and are now lacking,, says an exchange. All sorts of sticks and saplings are being adapted.  "Have    you any    secrets    in your  past?"- she asked.  "None to speak' of," he replied.  I  and poor Appetite  That dull aching, that nausea and distaste  for food with which so many begin tho  dav, soon goes when you take Dr. Cassell's  Instant Eelief. The root of the trouble is disordered liver, perhaps constipation, and Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief so surely restores  both liver and bowels that these complaints become impossible.  "Science 8mLi33," April 11, 1018, says:���������"Providence has given  us tho brains to devise means to compensate Nature for cur ill-treatment  of liar. . . . Tho means at hand como from natural sources, and wo  have them embodied in such splendid combinations as Dr. Cassell's  Instant Relief. We tako this preparation as an example because it  is S3 well balanced in the matter of components and so effective in every  direction."  Take Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief for constipation, biliousness,  torpid liver, sick headache, dizziness, specks before the eyes, flatulence and windy 3pasms, acidity, heartburn, impure blood, and  that dull, heavy feeling -which is a. suro indication ot titer  troubles.  Ask for Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief and lake no substilut*.  Price 50 cents, from all Druggists and Storekeepers,  Or direct from the tola agents for Canada. Harold F. Bitoliie and Co..  Ltd., 10. M*Caul-stree.t, Toronto.   War Tax 2 cents extra.  Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief is the companion  to Dr. Cassoll's Tablets.  Sole Proprietors: Dr. Catscll't Co., Ltd., Manchester, England.  I Dr. Casseirs.,^2^^"  'h - m^u.-AJi**' '^���������'���������������������������'���������'���������l.l'l^:^'-~-  ilEHE   &JJH,   .GRAND   FORKS,   B, G>:  WITH T  SIR GEO. FOSTER'S SPIRITED MESSAGE TO BRITAIN  Urges Strong After-War Measures in Dealing With the German**5  And Lays Considerable Stress on the Fact That the Empire  . And Allies Should Be Favoured Before Neutrals    o ��������� : ���������  Sir George Foster's speech at Earl  Grey's Colonial Institute luncheon  made a great impression, especially  his ' strong but entirely unaggressive  message to the British Ministers regarding the Empire's attitude to-  . wards* neutrals, which, of course, for  Englishmen and Canadians means in  effect  thc  United* States.  Sir George spoke of the profound  impression made upon him and  .other overseas representatives"' by  their visits .to tlie battlefronts in  Flanders, thc naval bases in Britain  and the' munitions factories in all  parts of thc kingdom.  - _. "In two years Canada has passed  ���������������������������hrough phases which" have chastened and strengthened her heart," he  said.." "Wc and. you have' had  something of, thc feelings of Geth-  semanc. - (Wc can never go back to  the days of August, 1914. Wc-shall  never be the same again."  He-severely eluded those who bade  us wait till thc war was over, especially those���������and- he met not a few  in England ��������� who wished to resume  dealings with Germany after the war.  Almost paraphrasing Lord Kifcheu-  , cr's last public message, Sir George  urged that wc must"-purge' our Empire life entirely of the German taint  and do it now.  "I    hate no    man,"  he    said  "not  even the Hun, but "I have a memory,  ���������    and I propose to keep it.    i-am not  going to forget, what the Huns have  done in outrage, pillage, looting," and  worst of all/ base betrayal of friendship  and hospitality for purposes of  spying and fortifying for the Fatherland.    Wc have had    revealed"  what  thc German heart and purpose is, and  for  this  generation  at .least  German  goods,-    German  men     and   German  partnership   must   be   excluded   from  ���������thc pale of the British Empire. (Loud  cheers.)  "Give-them  a  good  long  time  lo  /repent,  but be sure  they  do  repent.  ' Then they can come and pray to be  admitted lo the fellowship of decent  -society."  .Sir George's reference lo neutrals,  which attracted most attention,. and  coming from Canada's spokesman at  " the Empire conference must greatly  influence thc British Ministers, was  as .follows: ' t.    -  "What of our altitude towards neutral countries? That is * a delicate  subject. How long is this Empire  going to take off its hat and attune  " its cars to thc least whisper that may  come as lo some disadvantage that  will accrue to a neutral country if  -the Empires dares to fix up its home  affairs and choose between the_ Empire of today and that illimitable  Empire of the future if wc arc true  to   ourselves?  "Even if it takes off some of your  profits from neutral trade; drop the  profit practice, sacrifice and call it  service. Work for thc future and  you will have your own reward now,  while future generations will rise up  and call you blessed.  "These neutral countries are great  and strong, but they have not spent  an ounce of their blood nor a dollar  of their money in that -terrible hell  of war, which on thousands of miles  has -dashed against thc sons of the  Empire, leaving its long trail of fearful consequences for many a generation.  - "We may well say to neutral countries in settling this momentous  question: 'Wc have to reconstruct  ourselves. Wc must be allowed to  say how to do it. We will not be unreasonable with you, but we must  be just to our own.'"  Speaking of closer economic unity  for the Empire, Sir George said Englishmen who were still tree traders  would be jogged out of some of their  notions some of these days (laughter), and added: "I am . not a free  trader, and speaking personally I  don't hold out thc least hope in the  wide world that the Empire can today come together on a basis of free  trade.  "It is time for the Empire to consolidate itself with reference to trade,  commerce and production, and hammer out quickly its policy for the  future.  "At the Allied Economic Conference in Paris, at which J was' a delegate, Britain, with all her power, did  not speak for thc Empirc^-could not  How much stronger  Must Defend Empire  Premier Hughes Speaks of Need of  ? Strong British Race  Mr. W. M*. Hughes, thc Prime Minister of Australia, when made a freeman of the City of London, responded to the honor with a nobly patriotic speech. Speaking in a clear,  strong voice, master of himself and  his audience, Mr. Hughes filled the  Guildhall with "glowing images of  our glorious destiny." Drawing a  fine, picture of' thc city taking Australia to her ample bosom and giving  her equal rights', he passed to his favorite subject, the welding of thc  British Empire into a great and lasting  whole.     "In   this  war,"   he  said  War Works Some  Physical Wonders ���������"1--1C l-n*ipirc-has  found her soul."    Among    the    fine   phrases    of    h  Lessons   Insanity and Frees Women  From Many Neurotic  Ailments  An   interesting   sidelight   on   President    Wilson's    remark    about    "the  world going mad" is given in the annual  report of Dr.  William  Graham,  of Belfast, one of the most highly  reputed Irish alienists, who presents  a remarkable picture of the tonic  value of * war.    Dr.  Graham says:  "The fact is indisputable that insanity, like corns, has lessened during the period of the war."  So far as the future is concerned,  ���������Dr. Graham is encouraging. He  says that there arc solid grounds for  the hope that "especially,' although  not exclusively among women, we  shall find a great diminution of those  neurotic disorders-lhat formed a part  of the mental abnormality -of thousands of men who have gone or arc  preparing lo go to the front, who  have all their life been subject to the  bondage pf neurasthenic weakness  and incapacity or of phychaslhenic  fears or hypochondriac fancies. Thc  physical regime    under    which these  is  speech were those in which he referred lo the valiant .dead and "the  valiant, living who walk into the very  jaws of death in order that their liberty and their country may be-saved."  Of thc war he said: "Our salvation  is tp be achieved only by deeds." To  thc "visionaries who babble of peace"  he gave this fine message: "The history of ihc race teaches us one lesson, written in letters of fire. If we  wish to hold this Empire we must  be prepared to defend it." To the  nation he said: "If wc intend lo hold  this Empire for thc British race we  must create conditions, which will  breed a virile and resourceful people. We must sec that throughout  this Empire the gates of opportunity are slammed in no man's face.  Every man must have his chance."  NOW ON THE VERGE OF DEFEAT  FEARS INVASION OF HER BORDERS BY THE ALLIES  The Kaiser, Seeing Inevitable Defeat Where, Until Recently, He  Saw Nothing But Victory, Would Now Have the World  Believe He Is Thc Victim of a British Plot    o . ���������.  The    Emperor    of    Germany,  discussing the.situation  on thc western]  front,   recemlv   told   the  men   of   hisjr, i,t  ���������     o-  'rougnt  on  oix  A Bavarian Veteran  armies along the Somme lhat Britain had led Germany to believe that  thc British people were her friends  when they were actually plotting  Germany's destruction. Now a British offensive was intended to carry  lhe war operations to German soil,  and into Germany's towns aud villages, to the peril and undoing of her  helpless women and children. "Your  duly," he declared, "is to break thc  British offensive; to prove once more  that   Germany  is   invincible,   and   re-  Fronts'; and ��������� Wrots  Home Six Times  The "War Gazette of the Fourth  German Army" published six laconic  postal cards of a Bavarian soldier by  the name of Matthias Nicdcrinaier  which form an odd and somewhat'  humorous war chronicle* The ��������� Bavarian left his home two days after  the declaration of war. The six'  cards which are thc only news -his  relatives     have     received     from   him  . ��������� .since*he went to war, contain lhe. fol-  ciucc to despair thc relentless en cm- lowing- messages: "Belgium, August  ics of our country, so that they will 15H1( 191*1���������1 am well, but it is rather  suffer peace on terms honorable andji10t ar0und here." ."Argomic Forest,   France,   November 19th,  1914 ���������  How To Get News  Of Men at Front  Department  garding  Issues    Statement    Re-  Applications     From  Friends and Relatives  A statement concerning the'manner  men arc compelled to * live can have in which enquiries or applications by  nothing but the best effects on those ��������� thc public in connection with friends  subject  lo its  discipline."  Of women the doctor says the war  has caused, idleness and ennui lo  lose their hold. i  "It has set them free from the benumbing conventionalities lhat have  threatened lo stifle their psychic energy, and so" far it has contributed  lo the soundness of mind and nerve  among the mighty sociological forces which lhe ��������� present world conflict set in motion."  Defining a Deserter  Home  Soldiers  Who  Absent  Themselves Equally Culpable-With.  ;   Overseas Men  Thc impression disseminated as  the result of a news item published  generally in Canadian papers' from  Ottawa,, that a soldier could not be  a deserter until his battalion went  overseas is -vigorously contradicted  at the- militia department.  It was stated that such is not the  case, and tha a soldier who absents  himself for a sufficient period without leave is a deserter whether his  battalion is overseas or at home.  Some misunderstanding also . appears to have arisen as regards the  power" of commanding officers of  units to sentence men to jail for being absent without leave. This has  been done in the Ottawa military district, and -other places as well. According lo the militia department,  however, no commanding officer has  such power. He may give a soldier.  28 days' detention for being absent  without leave, but cannot imprison  him. A magistrate must pass the  sentence. Since the war broke out  special permission has been given  magistrates to try cases of absence  without leave.  It was also slated at thc militia  department that thc parents of  boys who have enlisted in thc expeditionary forces who appear at the  last moment .and claim their offspring will not bcallowed to do so in  fului-e.-  or relatives in- thc expeditionary  forces of Canada could be made was  issued by the Militia Department. The  statement is to' the effect that numerous enquiries and applications arc-  being made to- headquarters at Ottawa which ought lo. be riB''- elsewhere, causing a great deal of unnecessary delay, and that these enquiries  should  be  made as  follows:  Enquiries relating to casualties  arc to be made direct to the Records  Office at Ottawa. Other enquiries or  an application for leave, transfer or  otherwise relating lo members of thc  Canadian   Expeditionary  Forces  who  have  proceeded  overseas,     may     be  made" to    the    "Canadian Hcadquar- and, save  for a small   bit  of Alsace^  profitable to  Germain.'."  If this speech is authentic, it shows  thc German Emperor in the role of  a conscienceless liar. No man cv~r  labored more sincerely for thc peace  of the world than Sir Edward G.-ev  in the fateful days of July,' 1914. No  nation ever entered into war with  greater reluctance: than Britain,did  at that time. Had thc British people  been . plotting Germany's destruction  they would assuredly have had  greater military strength than lhat  jecringly spoken of as French's "con-  ���������emptible" little army. Britain's military unprcparcdncss has already  been accepted by historians as a complete rebuttal of the charge lhat she  sought the destruction  of Germany.  The events of two years of ���������warfare prove beyond all possibility of  denial that Germany was thc plotter.  Her stores of war material had been  accumulated for offensive warfare.  Iicr great siege guns had been prepared in secret lo destroy the frontier fortresses of Belgium and France.  By thc invasion of those countries,  Germain'*, within a few clays of the  opening of hostilities, did place in  peril and did horribly ill-treat their  helpless women and children. Only  once for a brief period in East Prussia has- much of Germany's territory  been in thc occupation of the Allies,  \m still well; it is awfully wet in our  trenches." "At the front in Galicia,  March 21st, 1915���������1 am all right, but  my uniform is full of bugs." "At the  fiont near Riga, September, 1915 ���������  Don't wony about mc, I am well.  The Russians have only shot off one-  of my ears." "Nish, December 25th,  1915-^J am getting along nicely. The  Serbians arc finished." "Constantinople, February 22nd, 1910���������Have arrived in thc Turkish capital. We  now go to Mesopotamia and Armenia."  Black List Dead-Beats  ters,    Cleveland    House,    St. James'  Square,  London,   England."  An application or enquiry,, relating  to a member of the Canadian Expeditionary Force must be made  through the regular channels, lhat is  in the officer commanding the unit  to which thc member of the Canadian Expeditionary Force belongs,  who will deal with the matter himself or forward it after prompt investigation,    with    his    recommenda-  no   German   soil   is   al   this   moment  held by them.  The Kaiser, having ruthlessly  trampled under foot some of the  fairest regions of Europe, and scattered their inhabitants to wander as  refugees far from their homes, now  calls upon the'legions of Germany lo  prevent a like tragedy from overtaking the German people. He has sown  thc wind. How can he hope to escape    the whirlwind?     He has  been  tion, -to thc officer commanding the deaf to the cry of the oppressed Bel  military district in which the unit isjgians and Poles and Serbs. How-  situated. Such application concern- can. he expect pity who has shown  ing members of thc force in Canada,��������� none?    The war upon  which   he  cn-  New Work For Women  which cannot be made to an officer  commanding a unit, should be made  to the officer commanding the. military clislrict concerned. Orders have  been given" that all such enquiries  must be given prompt attention  in   a  Building    Aeroplane    Engines  Factory in Scotland '  "   An   extremely    interesting venture  is being launched in Scotland in  the!map    has  New Homestead Map  Issued  in   Separate   Sheets   Showing  Homestead Lands in Each  Province  A new edition of a publication  which should prove of interest to  every person following the progress  of settlement throughout Western  Canada is now being issued by thc  Department of thc Interior at Ottawa.  Thc publication, which is known as  the Homestead Map, shows in a graphic way thc land situation at the be  tered so lightly, convinced of the in  vincibility. of thc German military  machinc and of thc industrial organization behind it, is no longer conducted as he wills. The Allies have  patiently labored for two years lo  create a mightier war machine than  that of Germanjr. They have succeeded. They now have more men,  more guns, and more ammunition  than _ thc Germans, and their will to  win is not less strong. The war has  become a test of industrial strength,  and thc factories of the Allied nations arc proving themselves capable  of turning out a far greater number  of death-dealing missiles in a given  time than those of Germany.  Thc Kaiser, seeing inevitable defeat where, until recently, he saw  nothing but overwhelming victory,  begins to make excuses, to' declare  that Germany is thc victim of a British  plot and  is  fighting  not  to  con  of Scotland a factory is to be built  where work in thc nature of the  building of aeroplane engine parts  will be undertaken, and when a sufficient nucleus of skilled women is  formed' thc whole engine will be  built in thc works. Possibly after  the war engines for motors will be  part of thc work. Thc venture owes  its origin to thc fact that two of the  directors of a Avcll-known controlled  establishment have been so impressed by thc work done by educated wo-  TT , men'that  they arc prepared  to  sink  speak for it. How much stronger:^200,000 in a concern which will be  the Empire would be if it had its de- WOrkcd" entirely by such women. Or-  fincd policy to    ct the  Empire treat dinary    fact0ry    conditions  will   not  .���������   0       . been    issued   in    __A   nature  of a  new profession   for wo-1 sheets for each province,'the Saskat-  men.    At a place on  the west coast fchewan  and  Alberta sheets  now  be  ginning ot the present year, also the j ucr hcr ne{gi,bors- lcrri;orv> but lo  standing of each quarter-section fflIard herself against invasion and  throughout the three provinces, ac- dismemberment. The lie is nncon-  cording to the records of the Dc- Lincing. Thc bold avowal  partment on  1st January, 1916.     Ihc|mj]jail  Harden  To Expose a Dead-Beat Will Do Him  More Good Than Harm  There are dead-beats," but who  made them? Nature in some cases  and the business methods of business men in others. When a man is  found out to be wilfully dishonest by  a business man, every other business  man in j.he community should be  made cognizant of the fact. If a  business man gets "stung" by a dead-  beat, he shouldn't be ashamed lo tell  it, so as lo save others from getting  in thc same box. To lose a dead-  beat from a list of customers is not  a severe loss, and thc business man  who warns others of thc dangers i =  a "public benefactor to others of his  kind. To expose a dead-beat in the  ���������start, lo nip his dishonesty in the  bud,.will do him more good than  harm. It might force him to be honest when he was on thc verge of becoming dishonest, and a man who is  honest even by pressure is better  than a dishonest man. The man who  proves himself wilfully dishonest  should be treated by everybody on  thc cash-in-advance principle, and as  soon as he learns that he can get  nothing till thc cash is on the counter, lie will soon realize his position  in the community. It takes courage  and backbone on the part of thc business man to say "no" to the oily-  tongued dead-beat with the car-  marks of honesty, but* it will pay to  brace up.' The credit system is a  common evil to business, and there  are people who would buy the moon  if they could buy it on credit. Blacklisting dead-beats would save a lot  of trouble. ��������� From the Durham  Chronicle.  America's Valuable Waste  America imports $2,000,000 worth  of waste rags annually just to make  writing paper. About 1,400,000 tons  of flax straw are burned or allowed  to go to waste in the Stales every  year, but specialists in the Department of Agriculture have shown that  it can be tiscd for making paper and  fibre board. Already a demand for  $1,600,000 worth, of flax straw has  sprung up. Once it was clear waste.  Time was when jx-llow brass turnings  were entirely unsalable. Now they  12c .-...-  ing  ready  for distribution, the  addi-  "ivowal  of  Maxi-'average   12c a  pound.      Old     tinfoil  ,  ,    wc willed the  war," [brings 36c, and siphon tops are worth  separate better represents .Germania's spirit.!24c a pound. Bones fetch $25 a ton  The German War Lord went forth j after everybody's picked 'em. Mr.  to conquer    with    World    Power or  Arthur D. Little of'the Untied States  Downfall  emblazoned on  his banner.  feLu^^n^J fail������l  'to     achieve     world  power, docs the Kaiser believe that  by whining and lying he can escape  downfall?���������Toronto Globe.  Strength of Birds  itself and its units a little more fav  orably than countries that did not  own its flag and also to treaty its allies on a more favorable basis than  neutrals.  "After all I've seen, I am absolutely astounded at.the power of the intelligent, effectual organization  which supports our battle front.  Two-years ago none of it existed.  Think of 660,000 women on munitions  alone. If wc wish we can organize  for peace and progress just as well  as for war-and destruction." (Loud  cheers.)  prevail. Thc work will be run m  two shifts, night and day, each shift  comprising two periods of four hours  with breaks fo'r meals, rest and technical instruction. Examinations will  be held after thc first six months, and  on these examinations will depend  the money earned. It is probable  that the lowest rate will be $5 a week  and thc highest $1,250 a year. The  building will comprise, besides the  main workshop and office, .mess-  rooms, recreation rooms, music  room, library and class rooms for  technical instruction,  Manitoba to follow at an early date.  Nothing conveys quite so forcibly to  the eye the rapid manner in which  land available is being taken up as  docs this interesting publication. In  addition to the information regarding  lauds which have been homesteaded  or otherwise disposed of, the map  contains complete information with  respect lo Indian reserves, timber  berths, grazing leases, post offices,  railways, etc., throughout the three  provinces.  A copy of thc Saskatchewan or Alberta sheets may now be obtained  upon     application     to , the   Railway  Chamber of Commerce says: "We  waste 150,000,000 tons of wood a  year, 1,000.000,000 feet of natural gas  a da'v, 1,000,000 tons of flax straw a  year." We waste 13,000,000 feet of  lumber every year in old lead pencils by throwing away the stubs. Two  ���������.   . . igirls   earn   for    the   Government   100  birds can cat and digest  irom  ten   times their salaries by going through  the waste-paper baskets in the Treasury Department at Washington.  Their prize find was a $10,000 United  Stales gold bond.  to thirty _ times as much food  in proportion to their size as men  can. Jf a man could cat as much in  proportion to his size as a sparrow  is able lo consume, he would need  a whole sheep for dinner, a couple  of dozen chickens for breakfast, and  six turkeys for his evening meal  A  ........   tree sparrow has been known  to cat  Lands  Branchy of  thc Department  of: 700 grass seeds in a day.    Relative to  thc  bird's  size,  these  seeds   were  as  the Interior, Ottawa-  Mrs. Henpeck:  Our minister is  to  preach a  sermon  on  "J-lomc"  in  the  morning, and on "Hell" in thc evenly ������ "  ing.  Mr. Henpeck:  "Why twice on  the  same subject?"  "Telephones are great' time-savers,  aren't they?"  "Welt that depends upon who calls  you  up."  big    as  an    ordinary    lunch    basket  would be to a full-grown man.  A bird's strength is equally amazing. A white-tailed eagle, weighing  twelve pounds, with a wing-spread  of 6 feet, has been known to pounce  on a pig weighing forty-two pounds,  raise it to a height of a hundred feet  and fly off with it. Thc bird had  covered a distance of half a mile before the pig's owner succeeded in  shooting the thief,  Modern War Romantic  Who said that the war and the  twentieth century had killed romance? Here is a true story. A  wounded officer recognized in one of  the voluntary nurses at his hospital  a young lady to whom he was once  engaged. He was greatly embarrassed, as he was engaged to another  girl, who was also a nurse in the  same hospital. It so happened, however, that lady No. 2 had fallen in  love with a doctor and he with her.  Somehow things were straightened  out, the officer renewed his old love,  and lady No. 2 was set free. So all  ended  happily.  ^ THJi   SUN,    GliAiNJL) . FORKS,   B- C:'  Now Is the Time to Plant Bulbs for  Spring Flowering '  Bedding Hyacinths at 75c the dozen  Tulips. ...'..- ��������� from !5c the dozen up  Daffodils and Narcissus 20c to 60c the dozen  Crocus, Scilla, English Iris, Etc.  FRACHE BROS.,  PHONE 20R "FLOKISTS"  vice should be performed by the  paper that did practically all the  other printing for the fair.  . 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 we already have.    .  The Corporation ot the City of Grand  Forks  i-rnrnn   An r HI 7   fi'HU  IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,  VFWS'Or   iP u   il   PEVERISH' constipated    Look  Mother!     If  tongue   Is  coated,  I       cleanse little bowels with "Cali-  ' Alexander   Long   has .signed up fomia Syrup of Figs."  with the 143rd battalion (B. C. ban-   ' ���������   tarns"), and he left this city for Vic- |    Mothers can rest easy after giving  ���������    ���������   L GnnH.iv la-*t "California Syrup of Figs," because in  tona on Sunday last. a few hourg &n the clogged-up waste,  sour bile and. fermenting food gently  GityEle&ricianWanted  A'thoroughly rtjliiihle and -practi  cal Electrician warned  for   the  Cor  po'ration of the City of Grand Fork?,  Ii. 0.    jVLusi be able to  do   outside  and inside construction and installation work, general repairs, and take  entire charge of   the   lighting of the  City'.    State full pnrticulars  of  age,  experience ,and    salary     required,  married or singlf, in application to  JOHN A   HUTTON,  City Clerk.  ,r.      ..    .    .     _r . sour bite ana i<jiuut-uuu6 i������u 0^~..-���������  Miss  Marjont- iverman has   re-   moves out of the bowels, and you have  turned   home   from '*    " ~" -,-'f"1 "���������* ncain.  friends in Vernou.  a   visit   with  a wel1- playful child again.  j    Sick children needn't be : coaxed to  take   this- harmless "fruit  laxative."  Appln. 11S8:U?  LAND REGISTRY AOT   -  i Millions of mothers keep it handy be  MrQ    RohPrt    Nishet     nee    Wi������a   cause ^ey  know  its  action  on  the  Mrs.   Kooert   iNisoei,    nee    iviss   st0mach, liver and bowels fs prompt  Oliver,   of   Phoenix,   visi ed    Miss  and sure.  Mud-re the latter oart of last   week '    Ask your druSSist for a 50-cent bot-  tuucigetue  ia������er part 01  iabi   weeic.   ^ o������ ������Cailfornla Syrupof Figs," which  ! contains directions for babies, children  W.   T.   Waterson, of Vancouver, , of all ages and for grpwn-ups.  previously reported killed in action,! :  is now reported in an hospital. j      Mr- and Mrs- Japg������r returned   on    Saturday from their   wedding   tour.  Privates \V.  P.   O'Connor,   P.   C.. -   McWba, C Campbell, E. Dopson, ! H. Potentier.son of Sgt. Potentier,  Wigzel, R. Arnold^ H. McDonald, now a prisoner at Gies-en,Germany.  T. Elliott, W. Foulds and T. Ken- ������nd a brother of Albert Potentier.  ney and Corp. J. E. Thompson left who was wounded a couple of weeks  on Monday for Vernon at the ex- ag������- w**s reported in a recent casu-  piration of their harvest leave. alty list as wounded.    I    At tbe Presbyterian church next' Harvest Thanksgiving services will  Sabbath, October 8, at 11 a.m. and be held in the Methodist church on  7:30   p.m.   Thanksgiving    services Sunday, October 8.    .  will - be conducted , by  the pastor. *���������  Rev. M. D. McKee- will   conduct  divine service   in   the Presbyterian    .     '��������� church, Cascade, next Sabbath, Oc-  TAKES OFF '.'DANDRUFF,. tob'er   S,   at  2:30   pro.    A cordial  HAIR  STOPS FALLING   welcome is extended to all..-"  NOTICE is hereby given that I sluill tit the  expiration of one month from the flute (if  he first publication ���������hereof issue a Oerriliniiio  of Indefensible Title to the abovo mentioned  lands in the name of John Thomas Lawrence  unless in the liieantimt', valid bbjeotion is  iiiu'*c to inein writing. The holder of the fol-  lowiinr documents relating to said lands,  namely:  1.! Agreement for1 Sale dated 21st July, WOO,  William Alfred Cooper and Alfred Joseph  Cooper to Walter G Perkins of Lot*5, Map 77,  SiroilUnmeeu Division Yule District.  2. Mortgage dated '.'th August, 1900 Walter  0. .Perkins, to Alice Dinsoy of Lot 5, Map 77,  Similkamecn Division.  .3. Kelcaso, dated April l'.)0*2, Alice Disney  lo Walter (J. Perkins of Lot 5, Map 77. Similka-  ineon Division.  *4.   Assignment and Surrender, dated  10t.li  March, 190C,   Walter   G.I'erUins to. William  Alfred 'Cooper and Alfred Joseph Cooper,  is roqHired to deliver the same to me forthwith.  Dated at the Land  RegistryOiliee, Kamloops, 15. t!., tt)ia Jist cl'iv (if September, 1916.  C. H. DUNBAR.  District Registrar.  For  Up-to-Date Jewellery"  Go to  Timberlake, Jon &* Co.  Newest Styles .    v    Choicest Patterns  Lowest Prices  VL  The Quality Jewellers  Bridge Street, Next Telephone Exchange, Grand Forks  Has  a  full stock of Groceries---Fruits   and  Vegetables  m season-r at RIGHT PRICES  Try O  ur mue  Phone 85  iDDon   lea at  None     etter  First Street  c per round  . <  Grand Forts  Addressing Mai!  to So'diers  Your can" not reach Th-*-*-Sun's  numerous readers except through  the columns of The Sun.  Razor Honing a Specialty  Land act  The choir will render special music.  You are cordially invited.  Similkameeri Land, District, District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that Robert Ritchie,  of Cascade, B. C, occupation  fanner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following do  scribed lands: Commencing at a post  planted at or near the'S.E. corner of  part af Lot 498 (now owned by Andrew Willey); thence east 528 feet;  thence north 990 feet; thence west  528 feet; thence south 990 feet to  point of commeucement.  : ROBERT RITCHIE,  c: Applicant.  Dated July 20th, 191G."  In order to facilitate the   handling  of   mail    at   the   front'and to insure i  prompt*delivery it  is   requested   thatj__    - "D       "U       '     C*U  all mail be addressed as follows: I   I RiG     Jt5arDer     OllOp  (a) Regimental nuinber.  (b) Rank.  (c) Name,  (d) Squadron, battery or company.  (e)~ Battalion,   regiment   (or   other  unit), staff   appointment   or    department.  (f) Canadian Contingent  ' (g)  British Expeditionary Force.     !  (h) Army Post, 'London, England. ;  Unnecessary mention of higher |  formations, such as brigades, d visions, .j  is strictly forbidden, and causes delay.',   1 ��������� P. A.   Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  II 1 . H> J .        Yale Hotel, First Street '  ^dependent SSrand  Save your Hair!   Get a 25 cent bottle '     Jeff Davia made   a   business   trip  of Danderine right now���������AIgo . , ."  stops itching scalp. to Wenatchee, Wash .,.this v?eek.  - ' ' !   '    *  Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  hair is mute evidence of a neglected ohuroh pljrp0PR holding * their an-  scalp;   of'dandruff���������that awful-scurf.   ."-',IU1V'"    v * - ** -, ,t * ���������  ������������������  There is nothing so destructive to   nrial, fall sale of   work   on   Monday,  the hair as dandruff.  It robs the hair  ���������.governher 11.  of its lustre, its strength and its very/ ' '������������������������������������' ���������;  life; eventually producing a feverish- ' , ..' -.,."." ",' ��������������������������� ��������� ,������������������ _A������������������ ��������� : ,i,���������  ness. and itching of the scalp, which ; ' ^ the.Ust of prize winners at the  if not remedied causes the hair roots ' annual fall fair was not given to The  to shrink, loosen and die���������then, tho-i*e. , .���������, *f -���������:������ u,,i u���������Qr, ^^;r,������o^  hair falls out fast. A little Danderine Sun untl1 after U had been pnnted  tonight���������now���������any time���������will surely ��������� elsewhere, we do not feel justified in  save your hair reproducing it this week.    Anyway,  Get a 2o cent bottle of Knowlr*.o*.i ���������; \     v -P J      J  Danderine from any drug store.    You  surely can have beautiful hair and iot;-  of it if you will just try a littlo Dar  derine.     Save   your   hair!    Try   *  Counter UhecK  looks  Made in Toronto. The  b^st counter check books  "on^hermarkct today.  as this task ordinarily involves   two  |or three days' hard labor, we  think  it is nothing but right that   the ser-  Prepare for Cold  by buying your  Winter's Supply "of  Clothing  from us  We have a large stock to select from, and  our prices places them within the reach  of all.  PHONE 30  EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR  Notice is hereby given 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  Chinese Store  in the building lately occupied  by Mrs. Johnson, and will sell  goods at the lowest possible  prices   ' *  For Cash Only  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.  i  HipSingLung  Poultrymen  Improve Your  Flocks  For Sale���������Fifty S.O.White  Leghorn Cockerels. Bred  for egg pVoduetion only.  Your choice at $2.00 each.  [astern "rices  ' We '' hri've a two years'  contract to handle these  books.-Call"find see samples    --  At The Sun Office  The man al the head  whether it home or in bi  the one whose attention  to attract.  Our paper goes into th������ best class  of homes and is read by the head of  the family. That accounts for the  results obtained by the use of  Classified   Want' Ads.  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAKK   your   repairs  to' Armson, sboe   re  pairer.    The   Hub.    Look   for the   Bi-;  Bool  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  HIGHEST CASH PRIORS paid for old Stovi-  and* Ranges.'   Ji. C.  Poekham,   beeond-  haud Store.  'sent to you from  ���������   ENGLAND  YOU can have cither of these latest London  N'iveliie*< sent to you from' Enjjland by   ���������������������������  Iteturii Mail.   Thousands of other useful  iirlicles you can obtain in the 8amo way.  Everyone in England and in the British  Army and Navy is wearing a  PROTECTED  WRIST  WATCH  TO-DAY  Enclof  That's all we -ok yuti ���������  to send now, nml ,vmi '  can  ray   the   b.lniici! \  wlieii you  leCHiie Uic  wiiU'Ii���������look at tlie lifnu-  tll'iil   ile.>>l({ii���������ilii   i-iehlj  engraved eam'8 ami njuil-  eiinniellLMl dial���������it is a wnn-  dert'ul  watch -  it will  kni  true time for   Oyearsin anv cli-  mnte���������it liiis liiriiinoii.- hands  which  eho������ thiMiiiit'  in the dr.rh, im<i iln  price la only 4 5/-.    It is a liigliel'ins pren. ntatinii waich  for  a  Lady  or  a   Gentleman.     Wri'n   fur   huh   ii.im.  lOfcTostnl Order value 5/- and pay luilm-ic id - l'C.O.1..  J. A. cTWcCALLUM,  GRAND F0H.KS, P.. 0.  on delivery.   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