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ialaiite Library
Eleventh Year—No, 11
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. January 12, 1912.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
[  he of great service lo him, and thus
excuse   his   absence from Victoria,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__ I where he should have heen  looking
I after th* business of tho people, for
i which he is drawing a salary.    The
Does Mean a   Progressive.dodgers did not hear ihe imprint ..i
Business Administra-    |tl,B ■)ri"t"r' "8 lhey 8hould hav''
tion, or
A Repetition of Last Year's
Misrule  and  Seoret
The most keenly contested municipal election held in thiB city in
recent years was brought to a close
laat eaening. The fight centered on
the mayoralty candidates, B. Lequime and K. Haw, the aldermen |
in the East ward being elected by
acclamation, and in the West ward
the three hest men proved easy winners. The result of the polling
R. Gaw  llli
B, Lequime...,  100
F.J. Miller  84 I
Fred Downey  lit)
A  D. Morrison  48
,A. Michener  42
W. Farmer  22
E. C. Henniger,  Jell  Davis  and
H. A. Sheads (hv acclamation).
John Donaldson was elected
school trustee by acclamation to re
place N. L. Mclnnes, whose term pi
utlice has expired.
The campaign was started inline
dialely after the nominations on
Monday. The auditor and the citv
solicitor ara given the credit—oi
blame—of having manipulated the
nominations so as to elect, the Easi
ward aldermanic delegation by acclamation by transferring Downey's
name to the West ward, Hatl there
been more aldermanic nominations in the East ward hoth Davis
and Sheads would huve withdrawn
from the race.
The most prominent issues in the
campaign were the salary  tpiestiou
and  lhe sale of a city for 8100 less
than the highest hid.    The way the
campaign   was   manipulated, even
now there is no proof that the rate
payers favor salaries, nor lhat they
are satisfied that the mayor was not
in possession of all the facts in the
real   estate  deal  hefore it was consummated.    Mr.   Gowland's   letter
appeared in the public press nearly
a week before the election.    No   at
tempi   was mude   hy Mr. Gaw nor
his adherents to refute the charges
made   by   Mr.  Gowland until the
eve of Ihe election.   The|i, in   violation nf the Elections /.ot, which prohibits the printing ami circulation
of  political   roorhaclis on   election
days,   a tlodger, in wbich the city
clerk iiiaale allidavit that, contrary
lo all previous statements  mad* by
him, Mr. Gaw was not   acquainted
with tbe fuels in the lot transaction
until several days after the deal had
heen made.   This allidavit was corroborated by   Mr. Gowland, and it
was this dodger that won th* mayoralty for Mr. Gaw by  tho magnili
cent majority of 7.   This part of the
election    was
neered    by
done,   and   they   were    circulated
around  the   voting booths in viola-
lion of the election laws.    The Sun
is not inclined to doubt the genuineness of the   clerk's affidavit.    If a
person voluntarily, or  by pressure,
takes   an   oath   that he has  beeu
guilty of making misstatements, we
must bow to the inevitable and accept   it   as true.     There are yet,
however, quite a number of  persons
—among them  nearly   every member of the old   council—who  refuse
to  believe   thit   Mr. Gaw was not
cognizant of ull the facts in the real
estate deal before it  wss made.    If i
he   was not,  tbey argue, the city's'
business must   be   conducted   in a
loose manner.
The campaign methods of thc
two mayoralty candidates bore a
marked contrast. Mr. Lequime
confined his efforts to having printed und circulated 500 or 600 of his
platform tenetB. Mr. Gaw mude a
awnvass of the whole city. To the
lhe hotelkeepers he bused his hopes
of re-election on the fact thai he
Had not "disturbed" the liquor
trallic during the past year. To the
church element he undoubtedly
gave some reasons why he should
he given another term.
The average citisens, the men
who pay the taxes, did not rejoice
very much over the reelection ol
Mr. Gaw. Not counting the sixteen
ar seventeen householders on the
voters' list, his lasi administration
■ost every* ratepayer in lhe eity be
I ween $4 and 8iJ for salaries, raise
>if salaries and the amount lost on
the real estate deal. A few more
similar administrations, and there
will he no difficulty iu locating the
reason why the city does not grow
as rapidly as we would wish.
A couple of tha appointive officers
if the city worked as hard for Mr.
Gaw's election as if their positions or
a raise of salary had depended on their
elfbrU. The city employees also rendered valiant service. Although the
citizens failed to enthuse over the re
suit, there is said Co have been great
rejoicing anionic the Mikadu's subjects
in the city.
The fact that a spineless newspaper
truckles to the mayor-elect tines not
signify anything. It wui afraid to express a prefcience before the election,
and hatl his oppanent been elected It
would have pursued the same course
toward the successful candidate. A
newspaper is supposed to guard the
people's interests, logardless nf favor
patronage. The Sun haa given ita
reasons why Mayor Gaw's last administration was not in the bost interest
of the ratepayers, anil hopes that
there will be an improvement during
his coming term.
f|H7 spectlve persons married as aforc-
snid us married people and ot the
children of such  marriage shall  be
^  absolute ami complete, and  no law
'or canonical decree or custom in any i
Monthy Meeting of Local province of Canada shall have any j Local Poultry Exhibitors at
Sunday School Associa-   ; tor^.Ior &%■t0 invalitl"te orf d'T    the Trail Show Carry Off
" j qualify such marriage or any of the' > "
tion Tuesday j rights   of  the   said parties or their
childaen in any manner whatsoever.
The settlement of the vexed question of ecclesiastical authority will
be hailed with gratitutle by hoth
Protestants and Roman Catholics
throughout Canada.
Tlje monthly meeting of the local
Sunday School association will be
held in the Presbyterian church on
Tuesday evening, the 10th. inst.
The Rev. E. R. McLean, B.A,,
special field secretary for Sunday
school work of tbe Presbyterian
church, will address the meeting.-
Discussion on Sunday school work
invited.    Everybody invited.
Good Purses
Elaborate Banquet Tendered
the Visitors at the Close
of the Show
Dr. J. D. Paxton, Dominion veterinary surgeon, who has stationed
in this district for a number of
years, has been transferred to Kamloops. Mr. Paxton is in paior health
at present, and it will probably be a
couple of weeks hefore he moves to
Kamloops with his family.
E. Miller, M.P.P., left for Victoria yesterday to attend the session
of the legislature.
J. A. McCalluin left yesterday for
Los Angeles, Cal., where he vnl I
spend the next three months for the
benefit of his health. His many
friends here hope that he will re-
lurn restored lo his old-time vigor.
Free Seed Distribution
By instruction of the minister of
agriculture a distribution will be
made during the coming winter and
spring of superior sorts of grain and
potatoes to Canadian farmers    ""
E. W. Mills returned on Tuesday
from   Trail, where he had been in
charge of the Grand  Forks exhibit
ai     at Poultry Show which   was held in
Tl,e that city on the 5th and Gth instant
Wm. F. Armstrong and   W.   R
Dewdney will give a social dance tt
their fiiends at the   Big Y rch oo
Tuesday evening, January 16.   M
dames   E    Barron  and J. T. Lawrence will act as chaperones.'
Dr. .S. P. Acres, Dominion veteri
nary surgeon, who was recently appointed to succeed Dr. Paxton at
this point, arrived in the city last
Tuesday, being accompanied hy bis
wife and two children.
samples for general distribution will
consist of spring wheat (6 pounds),
while oatB (4 pounds), barley (5
pounds), antl field peas (3 pounds)
I'hese will bc sent out from Ottawa.
A distribution of potatoes (in 3-
pound samples) will be carried on
from several of the experimental
farms, the Central farm at Ottawa
supplying only the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, All samples will
sent free by mail.
Applicants should give particulars
in regard to the soil on their farms;
and should also Btate what varieties
they have already tested and in
what way these have been found unsatisfactory, so tbat a promising
sort for   tbeir   condition,,   may be
Each application must be separate aud must be signed by the applicant. Only oue sample can be sent
to each farm. Applications on any
kind of printed or written form can
uot be accepted.
As the supply of seed is limited,
farmers are advised to apply early
to avoid possible disappointment
No application can he accepted after
February 10.
All applications for grain (and ap
A daily stage line bas  been put   plications from the provinces of O
on   between
Midway    and    Rock
Mrs. Lloyd A. Manly snd Miss
Helen Manly returned last week
from a visit to Vicioria.
J. E. McAllister, of New York,
consulting enginer nf the British
Columhia Copper company, visited
Greenwood this week.
tario antl Quebec for potatoes
sbould be addressed to the Dominion Cerealist, Central Experimental
Kami, Otta\va. Such applications
lequ re no postage.
Applications, for potatoes, from
farmers in any olher province
should he addressed (postage prepaid) lo the superintendent of the
aearesl branch experimental farm
iu Unite province.
J. 11. 0R1SDAI.8,
Director   Dominion    Experimental
Fat ins.
The following prizes ware awarded
to exhibitors from this city:
E. W. Mills—1st for White Plymouth Rock cock; ist and 2nd, White
Plymouth Rock hen; 3rd, White
Leghorn cockerel; 2nd and 4th,
Black Minorca cockerel; 3rd and
4th, Black Minorca hen; 2nd, Black
Minorca pen; 2nd, Rhode Island
Bed cockerel; 3rd, Rhode Islam!
Bed pen; 1st, White Wyahdotte
ick; 2nd. White Wyandotte pen;
White Plymouth Rock hen, best hen
in show.
A. D. Morrison—1st, Barred Hock
cock; 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, Barred
Rock pullet; 1st and 4th, Barred
Rock pen; 1st, Rhode Island Red
cockerel, s.c; 2nd, Rhode Island
Bed cock, s.c.; 3rd, Rhode Island
Red pullet, s.c; 2nd, Rhode Island
Red pen, so; 1st, best cock in show;
Ist, best pullet in show; 1st, best
Barred Rook pullet.
Thos. Bowen—1st, Rhode Island
Rid cock, s.c.; 1st, Rhode Island
Red hen, s.c; 1st, Blind* Island
Red pen, s.c: 1st, Rhode Island
Red cockerel, s.c; 1st, 2nd and 3rd,
Rhode Island Red pullet, s.c; 1st,
best pen in show; 1st and 2nd,
White Leghorn pullet; 2nd, White
Leghorn pen; best Rhode Island
Red pen in show.
Tins show was a great success.
The com petition for prizes was very
keen, there being between 350 and
Kit) birds on exhibition from all
Bections of lhe province. A banquet,
which was greatly enjoyed by all
tbose present, waa tendered ths vis-
iting exhibitors at the close  ol  the
The following is the maximum
and minimum temperature for each
day during the past week, us recorded by tbe government thermom-
♦ter on Cooper Bros.' ranch:
, Pridav    .5
undoubtedly   eiigi-1 Saturday    5
Mr.    Miller,     loeal Sunday    3
member of tbe provincial legislature,; S'zSSj   '".   i |
who is an adept at this class of cam-, %v^j„*«j'nj-'.'.'...!!!!.!..!.. 16
paign work, and who was undoubt- j Thursday  ■i)
The following ure the returns ol
ihe ore production of the Boundary
mines for thc week, uud also for tin
vear to date:
Granby 19,810'
Mother Lode  7,638
Rawhide   1,053
Jackpot      689
New Marriage Laws
That a new marriage law n to be
Introduced into parliament some
time during the present sessinn is
lhe last won) that comes from Ottawa. Tho text of tho tet is very
simple antl its enactment would put
an end to the troubles that have
arisen in Canada since   the prniuul
gation of the Ne Temere decree. The
new cod* to be introduced reads as
1. Every ceremony   or form   ofi    _
marriage   heretofore    or   hereafter i Lone Star	
performed by any perBon authorized Napoleon	
i   '    Insurgent	
to perform any ceremony of marriage' ,s„owjj|loe
by th* laws of the place at  whicli it Xo. 7	
ia performed according to sucb laws,  Phoenix Amal	
shall everywhere within Canada bo Others	
deemed to be a valid marriage, not- _ Sn!elu-r l™Um"l~
~,    Oranby 17,488
withstanding any differences in  the; B c CoppsrCo... 9.744
religious faith of the persons io mar-.
ried and without regard   to the re
ligion of the person performing the uj,9(Mji
A Good Beginning
The Fruit Magazine. Scientific
Parmer and Canadian Citizen, published at Vancouver, B.C., is out for
.January in its usual blight form.
The editor deals interestingly with
thu subject of "Feathered  Friends,''
and among other important articles
are   the "Evolution   of the Public
.School,"    "Fonst   Conservation,"
"Insects of thc Yeur  iu British Columbia,"   "The   Spokane   National
Apple Show, "Cultivation of   Fruit
jTreci in Cold Climates," "The C.P.
r .',',.. j R.   Irrigation Project  in   Alberta,"
1(321"0,   The Ottawa letter and   othtr
■I".:hai features   arc  up to  tho usual high
1,360 standard, and  the  frontispiece is a
beautiful colored cut  of a Grimes
Gulden apple.
'Slatoof  th*  new   counci
629,6371    ,,
592 843      Greenwood  changed   mayors on
Monday,   and   last   night a poker
game was running   in one   of   the
local hotels.    Bowser's liquor act is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^         ^^^^   'huiiuian of Istsnl   ol   worss;
edly convinced that   the   perpetua- j     Rnnfafl  during week, 0.00 inches;! ceremony. I F. J. Miller,  finance committee, ami *> very laughable farce in this city
lion of the local ring would in future snowfall, 5.,"). I    2. The rights aniUluties of the re-  F, Downey, water ami light. t— Greenwood Ledge. THE   SUN.   GRAND   FORKS,/ B. C.
II The Real Townsend;;
, . a
,  . , a
11 A Complication That Was Born :j
of a Blunder.
Copyright, 1910. by American Press ..
"For tbe EIHnghums," 1 said to the
elevator boy as 1 handed lil in my
I was in a New Vork apartment
bouse for u cull un some old friends
of mine. The elevator boy handed my
card to the telephoue bey, who announced to tbe Effiugbarug that Mr.
Townsend had called.
"All rlgbt," said the latter after receiving a reply. "You're to go up."
1 I stepped on the elevator and was
noon ushered by a maid Id a black
4ress and a white ruffled apron luto
the drawing room of an apartment on
the sixth floor. There was no oue ln
the room, which surprised me, for 1
>was very Intimate with the Efflngbams
and supposed that at tbe announcement of my nume the whole family
would be waltiug to greet me.
'■ It was fully ten minutes that I sat
waiting wben I noticed that the light
shining through a keyhole in a door
opening Into un adjoining room suddenly gave place to darkness.
"One of the girls," 1 said to myself,
Is spying on me. That's a game two
can play at"
I got up from my seat, strolled
•bout tbe room, looking at the pictures ou the wull as if to kill time
while waiting, and when 1 reached the
door in question quickly turned the
knob and threw tbe door open.
There, kneeling so as to bring an eye
opposite the keyhole, was a young lady
1 had never seen. Her face was crimson, and after looking at me for a moment sbe covered ber tuna witb ber
I saw at a glance tbat not only one
mistake hnd beeu made, but several.
There might be fifty families ln the
building, and there were probably
more than one numed Effingham. I
bad doubtless got Into tbe wrong flat.
But why was tbe girl peering ut me
through the keyhole? Perhaps tbere
bad been a double coincidence of
names, she knowing some one by tbe
name of Townsend, or she did nol
know any one by that name and was
anxious to reconnolter the visitor before appearing. My curiosity being
aroused, I resolved not to spoil my
chance of enlightenment by giving
anything away. 1 proposed to listen,
not to talk.
.  The girl arose and, still blushing to
tbe roots of her bair. came forward.
"I am mortified beyond measure."
she said, "at being caught In sucb a
position, but you must admit thut he
fore receiving a call from the man I
am to marry I would naturally desire
to see him unobserved myself."
"The most natural thing In the
world,"' I replied, repressing a start on
learning tbat I was to be the girl's
"I received your note." she con tinned, "saying you would call yesterday,
and later your telegram that yon hud
suddenly been colled away. Then
when you were announced Just now I
was taken quite by surprise, having
expected that our meeting would not
take place for some time yet."
"I decided not to go."
"My act Is certainly not calculated to
give you n favorable Impression nf
me, I admit. Just think of n man calling for the first time on u girl he Is tn
marry, whom he has never seen, und
finding her peeping through a keyhole.
It's simply dreadful!"
"But becoming. To my taste, a girl
never looks so well as when blushing."
"But there Is no necessity for us to
stand. Be seated." She sank on n sofa.
1 on an easy chair. "1 hare fought
against such a marriage, but my guardian, who hus eertaln views for my
property, has Anally worn me out. Peebles, he tells mc that you are as much
Interested from tbnt point of view ns
I. Nevertheless 1 have told him tbat
after seeing you if you were repulsive
to me the matter should not go any
further. And thut Is the reason why
1 was endeavoring to get a peep at you
before meeting you. I Intended If you
were disagreeable to me even ln appearance that 1 wonld after all decline
to receive you."
"Knowing tbls, I'm sorry l didn't
leave you free to make a decision."
"I should hnve decided to meet you,"
ahe replied to tbis, casting down ber
"Thank heaven!"
"You mean thnt you nre plouspd thnt
these schemes for the development of
our properties are to be carried out,"
sbe said archly.
"I assure you," I replied, with nn
Injured look, "thnt these property
schemes have nothing to do with my
satisfaction at finding you In every
way so much more ottraonve man i
bad hoped for."
There was a blush, at this, not of
mortification, but of pleasure.
"Now, I beg of you," I conttnund.
"not to spook further of thin matter of
property Interest thst hns brought ns
together. Let us consider our projected union one of Inclination alone.
Tet before doing so I would like to
get one matter out of the wny so that
lt may not Influence ns. Please writs
on a bit of paper what you consider
'the amount of ynur possessions, and I
will do the same. We will exchange
'these nam,.*" ami will hoth know what
we are to expect primarily from euch
Now, I flatter myself this was very
foxy on my part I was not sure but
Ibat I would like to win this girl, and I
did not care to do so, rendering myself
liable to a charge of deception other
than ln permitting her lo continue lu
a mistake. We exchanged tbe slips,
and lt turned out that my possessions
were double hers.
"Why," she exclaimed on looking at
the amount on my slip, "Mr. Murkney
did not tell me that there was such an
Inequality us that.   I don't understand
whv, von who , hod never seen m«
should have desired me simply on account of a property consideration,
■nine being but one-half yours."
"I said to you Just now before this
Interchange of Information that after
<t had been made tbe sordid part of
this transaction should be dropped.
Now let us talk of otber matters."
By skillful management I learned
that the man I had been mistaken for
had gone away to be absent several
weeks and that no communication was
likely to take place between him and
Miss Effingham until bis return. At
flrst I permitted myself to drift on
luto the false posltlt 1 carelessly, bnt
now snd again twin ;es of conscience
would come to me and, more than all,
a distaste for the denouement that
was sure to follow. At the end of this
our first meeting lt was evident that
we were mutually pleased wltb eacb
other, and if we continued to be so the
wishes of the lady's guardian would
be curried out Wbat tbese wishes
were or how far they would tend to
her enrichment 1 didn't care. Wben I
arose to go sbe Bald:
"But you are not going before seeing my stepmother and my half sisters.   They are my only relatives."
"Pardon me." I replied. "I am rather shy of meeting strangers, especially
under the present circumstances. How
would It do for them to get a sight of
me the wuy you did—through the keyhole?"
"if you ever mention that again you
may consider the matter broken off between us forever. After all. I tblnk It
as well thnt ynu should meet them
during a Inter visit"
"I'm sure of It. How often do yon
think you cnn endure a call from me?"
"As often us vou like."
I wondered whether Miss Effingham considered that we were engaged
and would gruul uie nn engaged man's
privilege or, rather, expect uie to take
It. I didn't wish to presume so far on
n mistaken Identity and wns going
away without a kiss. The lady must
huve considered herself engaged, for
she made It plain that no sucb told
departure would please ber. 1 took
tbe kiss. and. though It was Intensely
enjoyable, i felt that I had received
that to which I was not entitled.
When 1 stepped out of that apartment bouse Into Ibe opeu air I was
fairly overpowered by the change
which had come over me since 1 had
entered It There were pleasurable
sensations confused with horrible anticipations. What would I do during
the nest few weeks while this otber
Townsend was away? Was I to try
to win tbe girl? 1 conned over tbe
question ns to whether or no it would
be hiiunruhlc for me to do so. There
were several points ln my favor. Iu
thu flrst plnce, I wus twice as well
fixed in worldly possessions us tba
other fellow. In the second, I bad
found favor In Miss Effingham's sight,
nnd she had yet to see bim. She
might on meeting blm lake a great
dislike to blm. I secretly Imped sbe
would. I took pleasure In depleting
hint In my mind's eye as a ml beuded,
freckled, snub nosed chap wltb tbe
forehead of au orung outline
I wcntfStrulgbt home, sat down In
nn easy chair uud tried to tblnk of
some plan whereby I might come out
of the mutter with eclat Instead of contempt, but failed to find one.
What would hare been tbe outcome
had 1 not been pierced wltb nn arrow
shot from thc little god 1 don't know.
it woutd probably have been far different from wbat It was. I vowed to
keep away from Miss Effingham and
tbe consequences of my first visit to
her. 1 kept my resolution by calling
the next day. and tbe next nnd tbe
next, for two weeks, every dny Intending n confession nnd never making
one. .Meanwhile the matter between
us was n case of desperate love.
I went to see my sweetheart one
dny and learned that the sword suspended over. me bud fallen. I found
her lu the room where I had flrst met
her. talking In an excited state to a
man who, as 1 entered, looked ut me
scrutinizing!)-. Miss Effingham, ns If
to shut us botb from her mind, snnk on
a sofa and concealed ber face wltb
her hnndkepcbler.
"Who are you, sir?" 1 asked. "The
lady does not seem inclined to Introduce us."
"1 am Edward Townsend."
"And I am John Townsend."
"I am Ihe Townsend, sir."
"Edith.** 1 said. "It's all out; You
mistook me for this gentleman, nud I
permitted you to continue In your mis-
tnke. All thnt remains to be done Is
for you to decide between us."
"Leave me, both of you," she wat]jd.
The other Townsend snd myself naturally obeyed and at the same time.
It was an embarrassing walk through
the corridor and a miserable ride down
the elevator. I was much put out to
discover that tbe real original Town*
send wns a far better looking man
than myself. When we ported at the
outer door we both raised our hats
politely, scowling at each other, and
went In different directions.
Within n week a little note came to
me addressed In a woman's hand. I
tore It open.    It read!
Dearest, nam. to mi.
' Then I knew I waa ths real Town-
The West and Its Ruins.
A Canadian business ibnn was re-
cently traveling on the C.P.R. from
Montreal to Vancouver, and after
Winnipeg was passed, practically hiB
only male traveling companion was a
middle-aged Englishman, wbo turned
out to be a London barrister of note,
and who was traveling on a pass to
make a sort of private inspection of
Canada. What he saw did not come
near to pleasing bim, and in the
smoking compartment his conversation was a continuous complaint
against the country.
"What a banal landscape!" he said,
gazing out of the window; "no Kills
and trees, no beauty."
"The settlers don't want bills," ventured the Canadion, "it would be too
much trouble to plow them. That ia
the finest wheat land in the world."
"Who cares lor wheat land?" asked
the Englishman, superciliously, and
the Canadian was silenced.
Presently the visitor resumed the
plaint. "How confoundedly unpictur-
esque the whole country is," he declared. "Nothing to see! Why, at'
home the traveler can look at ruins
and picturesque sights wherever he
"Oh! we have ruins and picturesque
sights in Canada," said his companion. "Wait till we get to Calgary.
I'll show you some there."
"Really, you have ruins in Canada!1
I never heard so. Wbat are theyC
Aztec remains?"
"No," said thc Canadian, "we call
them remittance men. They are Englishmen without brains and with no
money except what their relatives
send them. You'll see lots of them in
the hotel bars anywhere in the Northwest if you are looking for ruins and
picturesque sights."
During the balance of the run to
Calgary there was a silence as that of
the tomb in the smoking compartment. '
Mackenzie a Strop Holder.
Ralph Smith, M.P. for Nanaimo,
spent a few days in Toronto recently,
and while there went one noon bour
into the barber shop of tbe King Edward. The shop waa filled and he had
to wait his turn. Eventually the
sound of "next" came from the knight
of the razor and he moved towards the
vacant chair. As he stepped forward
to get in, the barber said: "You will
have to excuse me, sir, here is one
of my regular customers."
The M.P. looked up and saw that
the man whom the barber wanted to '■
secure was no less than William Mac- i
kenzie. With a bound he jumped into
the chair, and taking hold of the I
barber's leather strop jnst in front, i
he said:
"Excuse me, Mr. Mackenzie. I am '
a trap holder, and having got acens- j
tomed to holding the strap in your
street cars, I do not intend to let go j
now." |
The president of the Toronto Railway appreciated the joke, and, removing Ralph's hand from the strop, took
hole! ol it himself while the M.P. was
being shaved and had a pleas* •*'chat
about the railway situation in itiah
Columbia and other matters oi political interest.
George H. Duffus of Robertson St., Port William, a
C. P. R. fireman, says: " Tbe water gauge of my locomotive
burst and scalded the whole left side of my face terribly. I
had a box of Zam-Buk In my pocket, which I was using for a
aore on my lip, and when I had recovered from the first shock
of the accident, I produced the balm and had It applied freely
to the scalded pans. I was suffering acute agony, but within
a wonderfully short time Zam-Buk gave me ease. I was able
to continue my journey and upon reaching home, I obtained
more Zam-Buk and continued the treatment. Zam-Buk acted
wonderfully well, and in a few days had the wound nicely
healing. I don't know anything so fine as Zam-Buk as a
healer of burns, scalds, cuts, and similar injuries, which
workers are so liable to, and, in my opinion, a box of Zam-
Buk should be kept handy in every worker's home."
Zam-Buk will also be found a eure oure for sold sores,
ohappetl hands, frost bite, ulcere, blood-poison, vsrioose sores,
piles, scalp sores, ringwairm, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and chapped placo, cute, bums, bruises, and ekio injuries generally. All druggists snd stores sell at 60c. box or
. post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price.
Stud thli Con non
and • lo. nt imp to
Zam-Buk Co., ftnd
free trial box of
ZfttnBuk will be
mailed yon.     "
H*m an Ottawa Correspondent Secur.
ed a Beat on Statesman's Death.
April 7th, this year, was the forty-
second anniversary of the assassination of the brilliant and eloquent
Irish-Canadian, Hon. Thomas D'Arcy
McGee, in honor of, whom the Federal
Government will erect a state in OtJ
tawo. The tragedy connected witli
Mr. McGee's untimely end is familiar
to every reader of Canadian history,
but how the late George Gregg, who,
away back in the later sixties, was
Ottawa correspondent for the Leader!
(then a Toronto daily paper)"managed
to land ior his sheet one of the big- j
gest "scoops" on record, is not generally known to present-day newspaper readers.
The Leader issued two editions daily
—morning and evening—and was pub*
lished on the very spot where now
stands the Leader hotel at tbe corner
of King street and Leader lane, Toronto.   The  assassination of D'Arcy
McGee occurred about two o'clock in
the morning shortly alter tbe House
of Commons had ndjourrfed.   During
the evening McGee had delivered a
stirring address in which he bad expressed the loftiest sentiments of loyalty   to  the crown and devotion  tc .
Canada.    It had been a busy night j
for the boys in the press gallery and, I
after finishing their work, all the re. |
presentatives had gone home witb tha'
exception of George Gregg who was [
later than usual -completing bis re- >
port of the proceedings in the Com-;
mons. '
On reaching Sparks street he heard j
of the shooting and immediately wired l
his paper about tnree hundred words.
This was about half an hour after tha!
murder.   Grooo- followed uo his firat I
story an hour or two later with a column more of the details and at five
in the morning came another short
despatch. Thus he registered one ot
the cleanest news feats on record,
while all his confreres were soundly*
sleeping. They did not learn a word
of the tragedy until hours later. Thel
Leader, with the exclusive news ot
McGee's assassination sold rapidly
for the tidings roused intense excitement in Toronto and througbout *th»
A lew of the conies of The Leoder
of April 7,1868, containing the story of
the memorable incident are still in existence, one being among the old newspaper files in the Toronto Reference!
Library. The Leader ceased publication about 1875 and George Gregg-
helped to found its successor, Thet
Mail. The man, who scored such a.
sensational "scoop" was an ardent)
curler. While engaged one night in
the roarin' game, over thirty years
ago, he contracted a cold which developed into pneumonia and caused
his death. Thomas A. Gregg, a brother, was later well-known in Toronto
1'ournalism and is residing to-day all
Srindale. Ontario.
Leeks In Wales.
In Wales It Is considered very Incky
to have house leeks grow on the
bouses, tbls being supposed to Insure
all tbose In tbe bouse from disease or
Vanadium oxidizes In air wltb great
difficulty, melts at 2,000 degrees and
becomes red bot lo hydrogen. Neither
hydrochloric add nor nitric add at.
tacks It. It Is used in coloring glass
and in making indelible Inks.
Na Wsndsr.
Th .asnclents thought lhe world wss Sat:
I'm really not surprised at that:
We'd lind It flat. I dare to eay.
It we were living In their day.
Juat think, they had no autos then.
No ahow girls to delight the men.
No pipes to smoke and no cigars.
No cocktails served at handsome Dam,
No bridge to play and no pink teas.
No liners speeding o'er the seas.
No yellow Journals and no flats,
No women's monstrous picture hats,
No tariff problem to attack.
No gowns lhat button up the back.
No end seat hogs with manners rude.
No monkeying with the price ot food.
No Ice bills, no cold storage egga.
No bunko steerers and no yeggs,
No trolley cars with clang and whir.
No Teritly to keep things astir-
Bay, Is It any wonder lhat
Tha ancients thought the world was flat'
-Vancouver Province.
Ths Other Extreme.
"Well.'* sighs the man with the wash
tie, "now that the aeroplone Is becoming popular tbe women won't spend so
much money for automobile bats and
"No," growls the mnn with the Ingrowing mustache, "nul they'll blow Id
Just us mucb nn silk stockings and
higb heeled sboes."-Judge.
People Who Work
Indoors With Their Hands
Seamstresses, watch-makers, artists, draughtsmen, and many others,
cannot properly handle their tools
with cold, stiff hands. Many a lost
hour or two on cold winter mornings results from the delayed heat
of furnace or stove.
The Perfection Oil Heater in
a few minutes gives the temperature that assures the worker warm
hands and pliable muscles.': The
Smomuss        '
Abssxstslf smMm ni sesAss
quickly gives hM, and with one Mllng of the feg»>y»^"^I^te
without smoke or smell. Hat MtomaUe-tocMat lUme •^■*«J™'°*
prevents tbe wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and Ts easy to remove
and drop back so the wick can be quickly cleaned.
It hat a damper top and a edol handle. Indicator always shows the[«*""•
of oiltaVhe fo'ZtSs Sller-cap do., not need to be «"«"»«»51'■•»«*
like a cork in a bottle, and It attached te the font by a chain, and cannot get toil.
The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, tactnto oTt;new device
In cinrtruction, a/d co'ntequently;. •*,***? rtHVt2ft SSWtWlK
initsnt tor rewicVlng. The Krfectlon le Bnlehed In ItP™ •'»«{••» u ,,ron«'
durable, well-made, built lor tervlce, and yet light and ornamental.
The Imperial OU Company, m
"Eat and Be Merry!"
Stop starving yourself—stop suffering the pangs of Indigestion—stop
worrying about what you dare and dare not eat.
Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take
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occasional indigestion — chronic dyspepsia — all yield quickly to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food
restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon
requires no further aid.
50c. a box.   11 your druggist has not stocked them yet send
50c. and we will mall them. 37
Choice of Words
New Reporter—The auto turned
terrapin, and	
City Editor—You mean turned
New Reporter—Well, it was a high-
priced machine,—Judge.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia and bore
Tbroat will not live underi the same
root with Hamlin's Wizard Oil, the
best of all remedies for the relief of
all pain.
"Hear me, dearest," implored the
.Voung man. "I'm all on fire."
"well.'j replied the sweet girl, "I'll
call papa to put you out."
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case ol Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 daya.   50c.
Elderly Suitor (caught looking at
a girl at next table)—"She reminds
' me of you, Lucy."
She—"Then why not stare at me
So popular is Bickle's Anti-Con-
aumptive Syrup as a medicine in the
treatment of colds and coughs or ailments of the throat, due to exposure,
to draughts, or sudden changes of
temperature, that druggists and all
dealers in patent medicines keep supplies on hand to meet the demand.
It is pleasant to take, and-the use of
it guarantees ireedom from throat and
lung discuses.
Boiling brass utensils in a solution
of cream oi tartar containing a small
amount of bichloride of tin will make
them resemble old pewter.
Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Distemper
"Are you related to Barney
O'Brien?" Thomas O'Brien was once
asked. "Very distantly," replied
Thomas. "I was me mother's flrst
child—Barney was th' sivinteenth."
Seeing Things
Magistrate—What's the matter with
this prisoner, officer?
"Well, yer honor, he's chasin' rainbows in tii' daytime an' star gassin' at
A Pill That Lightens Life.—To the
man who is a victim of indigestion
the transaction of business becomes
nn added misery. He cannot concentrate his mind upon his tasks and loss
and vexation attend him. To such a
man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer
relief. A course of treatment, according to directions, will convince him
oi their great excellence. They are
confidently recommended because
they will do all that is claimed for
Then you think you won no permanent place in her heart?"
"I'm just a notch on her parasol
handle, that's all."—Pittsburg Post.
am***,steps souks, **sm*axS*. *****
ha threat sari laats. -   -   - tl
After 20 Years of Intense Suffering.
"I have been afflicted for twenty years
with an obstinate skla disease, called by some
H. D.'s. psoriasis, aad others leprosy, commencing on my scalp; and In spite of all 1
could (lo, with tlie help of the most skilful
doctors, It slowly but surely extended until a
year ago this winter It covered my entire
person In tlte form of dry scales. For the
last thrco years 1 have been unable to do any
labor, and suffering Intensely ell the lime.
Every morning tlaa-re would be nearly a dust'
panful of scales tnken from the sheet on my
bed, some of litem hall aa largr as the enve
lope containing this letter. In the letter part
of winter my skin commenced crseklng oiien.
I tried, everything,   almost, that could  be
1    _.ie_|._every_!ll!iat     Otllll'la,,    maifl   laaaiaaa    no
thought Of, without any teller The 12th ol
June I started West, In hopes r could reach
the Hot Springs. I reached Detroit and was
so low I thought I should have to go to the
hospital, bat Anally got as far as laming,
Mich., where 1 had  a sister living.   One
Dr. treated me about two weeks but did
me no good. All thought I had but a short
time to 1I«.»>I earnestly preyed to die,
Cracked through tha skin all over my hsrk
across my ribs, arms, hantlta, limbs; feel badly
swollen; toe-nails csme off; finger-nails dead
and hard aa a bone: hair dead, dry and lifeless
ss old straw. O my Oodl how 1 did suiter.
"My sister, Mrs. E. H. Davis, had a entail
part of a box of Cuticura in the house. She
wouldn't give up; said, 'We will try Cutlrura.'
Some waa applied on one hand and arm.
Eurekal there wu relief; slopped the terrible
burning sensation from the word go. They
Immediately got Cuticura Resolvent. Ointment and wap. I commenced by taking one
tablespoonful of Cuticura Resolvent three
times a day after meals; had a hath once a
day. water about blood heat; ti«ed Cutlrura.
Soap freely; applied Cuticura ointment morning and evening. Result: returned to my home
In Just six weeks trom the lime I left, and
my skin as smooth as this sheet of paper.'
Hlram E. Carpenter, Henderson, N. V."
"We hereby certify that we are acquainted,
with the aforesaid Hlram E. Carpenter, and
know his condition to have been as stated.
We believe his statement to be true In every
particular.'* L. It. Simmons A Son, Merchants; O. A. Thompson, Merchant; A. A.,
Davis; Millard E. Joiner, Merchant; John
Carpenter; A. M. Lefrlngwell, Attorney and
Counselor-at-law, all of Henderson, N.Y.
The above remarkable testimonial was;
written January It, 1880, and Is republished;
because ot the permanency of the cure.'
Under dato ol April 22, 1010, Mr. Carpenter:
wrote from his present home, 610 walnut
Bt. So., Lansing, Mich,: "I have never;
suffered • a return of the psoriasis and;
although many years bave passed I nave!
not forgotten the terrible suffering I enduredi
before using the Cuticura Remedies." I
Since this cure was made by the Cuticura;
Remedies, they have made their way to every.
part of the civilised world. A 82-page book-!
let describing humors and affections of the
skin will be mailed free to those desiring fur-!
titer Information by the Potter Drug A Chem.;
leal Corporation, Boston, u. S. A.
He wns a very quiet boy, of a studious turn oi mind, and that was probably why his fond . parents apprenticed him to a naturalist. In his new
sphere he was willing enough, but
painfully slow. After giving the
canary seed, a job that occupied two
hours, he said:
"What will I do now?"
"Well," replied his master, reflectively, "I think you may take the
tortoise out for a run."—Tit-Bits.
A Powerful Medicine.—The healing
properties in six essential oils are
concentrated in every bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Kclcctric Oil, forming one
of the most beneficial liniments ever
offered to the use of man. Thousands can testify as to its power in
allaying pain, and many thousands
more can certily that they owe their
health to it. Its wonderful power is
not expressed by its cheapness.
"Well, well," he exclaimed, as he
tackled her first apple pie, "where
did you get this?" "1 made tha^ out
of Mrs. Beeston's cookery book," replied the young wife. "It's a——
"Ah!" he broke in, "I suppose the
leathery part is the binding."
Magistrate—Then when your wife
seized the weapon you ran from the
Plaintiff—Yes, sir.
Magistrate—But she might not have
used it. . .
Plaintiff—True, your worship, maybe she picked up the flat iron just to
smooth things over.
Johnny-That lady bought me a
box of chocolates."
Mother—"I hone you behaved nicely and thanked her." '
Johnny-"Oh, yes, mother, I did. 1
did. I told_her I wished dad had
married her."
Miss Prim—Don't let your dog bite
me, little boy.
Little Boy—He won't bite, ma am.
Miss Prim—But he is showing his
"utile Bov (with pride)-Certainly
he is, ma'am, and if you had os good
teeth os he has you'd show em, too.
First Workmon—Do you understand
this question of capital and labor?
Second Workman-Well, its this
wav. If you lent me ten bob that
would be capital, and labor would be
the trouble you would have in getting
it all bock again.	
Mr. Dauber (sore with criticism)—
It's nil very well lor the wretched
ignorant journalists to criticise my
work. Tbey know they re sale. 1
can't retaliate." ,,,__,
Fair Cousin—You paint their portraits." 	
Philippine hardwods are to be used
in^'constructing the tomb of the late
Emperor of China. For the pillars
(tinnt trees will be tnken from the
Mindanao forests, some of them already cut being sixty feet high and
four feet in diameter.
Manv a man who permits himself to
be led" forth to a musical entertainment that he does not care for will
appreciate the following:
"What made you start clapping
your hands when that woman stepped on your foot in the tramcar?"
"I wos dozing," answered Mr. Cum-
rox. "I thougbt mother and the girls
were having a musical at-home, and
one ol them was signalling that it
was time to applaud,"
His  Ancestry
King Edward was very fond of his
eldest grandson, and liked talking to
him. When the little prince was
eleven his grandfather asked him
wbat he was studying in his history
lesson, and was told, "Oh, all about
Perkin Warbeck."    The King asked,
Who was Perkin Warbeck?" and the
lad replied. "He pretended that he
was the son of a king. But he wasn't
he was the son of respectable parents."—Tit-Bits.
Chief of Detectives—"Now give us
a description of your missing cashier.
How tall was he?"
Business Man—"I don't know how
tall he was. What worries me is that
he was $25,000 short.
An old tennis racket, threaded with
stout cord, makes the best kind oi
flower rack for trailing plants that
need a frame. Cut off half the handle
sharpen the end and drive it into the
flower pot.
Moses Sherwood, a long sufferer from
Backache, found permanent relief
in ons box of tht Great Canadian
Kidney Remedy, Dodd's Kidney
Poodiac, King's Co., N. B., (Special).—After suffering for eight years,
while -all the time the remedy was
right at hand, Mr. Moses Sherwood,
a well known farmer living near here,
tried Dodd's Kidney Pills and is now
as well as ever he was in his life.
Mr. Sherwood's experience is similar to that of thousands of other natives of New Brunswick. "About
light years ago I hurt my back from
lifting," he states. "I used liniments
and plasters and wore a wide belt, but
in two years my trouble had developed into Kidney Disease.
"My back was so sore I could not
lift any weight, when reading a
Dodd's Almanac led me to try Dodd's
Kidney Pills. Before the flrst box
was finished my backache was gone
and I have never been troubled with
it since."
Belts and plasters may gi,ve temporary relief in cases of Backache or
Rheumatism, but the only way to
cure them is to go to the seat of the
trouble. Cure the Kidneys and the
Backache or Rheumatism will disappear. Dodd's Kidney Pills never fail
to cure the Kidneys.
Had a Deteriorating Effect
Tillinfnst—I suppose the young men
do not regard Miss Hillwell as handsome now that her father has failed?
Willygo—Well,  they    don't    think
she has such a fine figure as formerly.
SMohi Gure
mlaklT atofs eouiba, com* solas, '
Sx.  throat and   lunga. •   ■   •  U
He Knew
Teacher—And now, Willie, who
holds the ascension record at the present time?
Willie(instnntly)— Elijah?—Puck.
Minard's  Liniment Cure  Diphtheria,
There are, in different parts of the
world, altogether about 200 active volcanoes.
Teacher — "Johnny Jimson, why
were you not at school yesterday?"
Pupil—"Please, ma'am, I was con-
Tencher (in surprise)—"From what,
Pupil—"Three apple dumplins and
a packet of cigarettes."
Scott's Emulsion
is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of mankind. It will make the
delicate.sickly baby strong
and well—will give the
pale, anemic girl rosy
cheeks and rich, red blood.
It will put flesh on the
bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and
will keep the aged man
or woman in condition to
resist colds or pneumonia
in the winter.
ron silz st all nauooistt
Bftiat I*,., oxnt, of pspflir Mad this sat. fair Ml
taflHttiUtail Paifllaasai Sank flia.t Cnllai'a, Hkaatcah-Hoakk,
Swsst tMuk laonuint s Oaxad Luck Y.ttoj.
IMWelUaataa Street. West     TetaatcOM
It   Is   Recommended  by  Cooks  Far;
Tirsd Britons Who Want Sunshine. !
Canada, our contemporary publish-!
sd in England, remarks very ..oign-1
antly on the advantages of Canada as i
a winter resort for Englishmen need-1
ing a rest cure:
"Wintei Sunshine" is the appropriate title of a pamphlet issued by
Messrs. Thomas Cook and Sons, the'
world-famous tourist agents, lt con-,
tains particulars of the facilities for
fleeing trom the rigors oi a British.
winter offered by the firm in the
shape of visits to "countries which
provide sunshine in varying degrees."
one section is devoted to wintei sport
in Switzerland, with its "dazzling
splendor of sunshine and" snow.'' But
why is not Canada also given s place
among tne countries where "wiuteri
sunshine" is to be found? There is
sunshine in Canada in winter, and
winter snorts can be indulged in in
an inspiring and bracing atmosphere
not to oe rivalled even among the
Alps themselves. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who regards the Canadian winter as "the glory of Canada," may
be again cited for the benefit of Brians in search of "winter sunshine."
and those catering for their wants:—
"1 do not know anything so beautiful as a beautiful winter day such
aj we have in Ottawa, in Montreal,
ot in Quebec, where the rays ot the
sun ((listen upon the white carpet
which extends as far ss the eye con
go tuwords the horizon, lliere is nothing quite so beautiful, unless it ba
a winter night, when the bluest ot all
skies is studded with millions of gems
never seen to such advantage in any
other country."
In another column a -Port Arthur
correspondent once more takes up
the cudgels in defence of Canada's
Miniate, nnd enters a protest acninn
the persistent appellation of "Our
Lady of tne Snows." It was not witn-
out good ground that the title preferred for the collected impressions ol
Canada of the representatives of the
International Council of Women, edited by the Countess of Aberdeen was
"Our Lady of the 8unshine."
Ths Wily Politician.
It is to be feared that politicians
are insincere and artful persons. Not
long since, a newspaperman was talk-
ing with a political worker who hod
spent some years campaiening in
pretty close relotlons with several
public men in Canada, and remarked
upon the singular gift possessed by
Sir John Macdonald for remembering
the names and faces of even humble
persons whom he had not m-S for
years.    The politician smiled.
"And you will notice." tbe reporter
continued, "that Sir Wilfrid Laurier
possesses the same gift. I hav* heard
several striking instances of it."
"Yes," said the politician. "And
Sir Charles Tupper had it, and so has
Mr. Borden."
"It would seem, then," said the reporter, "that the possession oi this
gift raises a man to leadership."
"No. The rift comes to tbe leader.
In other words, it is largely a matter
of cood management. ' successful
man does not have to do his own remembering. He can get it done lor
him. A sharp secretary or campaign
manager can find out a good many
things and speak a few useful words
to his chief at the right moment. For
instance, the prompter who knows
will tell hi? chief that some time during the afternoon he is likely to bs
introduced to Mr. Horatio Smith,
who often tells the story of how he
once drove the great man out to a
meeting at a certain place. Sure
enough Horatio meets the leader.
The leader looks at him intently. 'It
seems to me we have met hefore. I_et
me sec. Yes—it was in the election
of '90. You drove me out from the
railway to a meeting at Bileville.'
Does Horatio remember it? Weli,
rather. He is tickled to death—and
the story will be told by his grandchildren."
Loves His Alms Mater.
Besides several professors of note.
Queen's University has a negro nam-
ul Allie. Aide's position in the calendar i« mentioned as assistant janitor,
or caretaker, or something of that
nature, but his real business it, to
root for Qi'"t>n's athletic tuains. Win
or lose, Aide is always on the side-
lines, Bhouting "Come on Queen's"
in ins pecu.iar bourse and liu-ky
whisper so we.l known to all students
ol that university and to the players
on all opposing teams.
It was rumored last fall that Allie
was to leave, and the student body
was lull of sorrow.
At the end of a Rugby match with
McGill ono of thc ployers thought;
he would know the worst, and said:
"I hear you arc going away, Allie."
"No," replied that individual in
his usual harsh note., "I wouldn't
leave my Alma Mater."
A New Death Dealer.
The recently Invented nenet-Merder
trun combines the rapidity of fire,
range and effectiveness of a machine
pun with the lightness and ease ot
action of a magazine rille. The gun Is
tired from n rest and Ik beld against
the alioulder of Its operator, who can
either fire from a Rlttlug position or
lying prone. The regulation cartridge
Is used In clips that hold fifty. A good
rifleman can discharge from 300 to S00
shots per minute If assisted In feeding
hy a man to fill the clips. The gun Is
at present undergoing a series of testa
by nnny officers wltb n view to Ita
adoption by tbt government-Popular
.for Coughs I Colds
Cures ull chronic diseases. Write
him. His valuable advice will
cost you nothing.
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allays all r Am cuaas wind colic, aud
Is the best remeAj ke 111A«RMU_A. II la **■
seliaelv harailesa. Be sure aad ask far "Mra
Wiastow's Sootbtag Syrup," aad take oc* asckef
kind.  Twcntir-ive rents a bottle
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How to tan or dress all light fur
skins, such as mink, muskrat, weasel,
fox, fisher, lynx cot, Ac.; how to tan
dog skins, sbeep skins, wolf skins,
badger, Ac, for mats, rugs, robes,
gauntlets, Ac; how to dye sheep skin
mats any desired shade; how to remove the grease from furs or fur skins
without wetting the skin, making the
fur as clean and lively as new; how to
clean white fur, sucb as tbibet, angora, white rabbit, Ac, making them
as white anil fresh os new; how to
tan cow and bOrse hides for coats,
robes, Ac.; bow to make easily and
quickly a gootl tough leather for repairing harness and genera) use on
tbe form; bow to core for hides ond
skins thut ore to be sold, ond how to
Bell tbem to get the most money lor
Any of tbe obove recipes will be
sent to any address on receipt of 60
cents, or the booklet complete for
$2.00. Address:
Box 313. Winnipeg, Man.
An Authority
"Do you men like blonde hair of
brown best?"
"Ask your friend Emmy. 8he was
once blonde, then brunette, and now
her hair is coal black. Sbe ought to
know."—Kliegcnde Blaetter.
Sinnick—"I hear that the craze for
motor cars has so increased the sale
of a not previously very popular book
that the publisher can't keep up with
the demand tor it."
Minnick—"Indeed, what book i9
Sinnick—"First Aitl to the Injured."
Senior Partner—Keep n sharp eye
on Holdfast. I'm afraial he's robbing
the linn. —
Junior Partner—Eh? Is he living
extravagantly I
Senior Partner—Well, I passed him
in tbe street yesterday, and he was
smoking ti cigar Ilmt tlialn't smell ot
oil bail.
Sophomore—"What nre you going lo
iiii when you leave college, old chop?"
Senior—"Well, I haven't decided on
ony thing definite for tbe first, year
except to come baek for the class re-
a __.' - — i S
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W. N. U., No. ta. THE   SUN,   GRAND   FOEKS,   B. C.
Published at Qrand forks. British Columbl
ti. A. Evans  Editor and Publisher
A Ble ot this paper can he seen at the njlaje
ol Messrs. E. * J. Hardy * 0o~ K>.»1 and B.
PlaMt Street, E.C., London. Biielatid, Tree ot
pliiirirB, and that Arm wl;l he triad to reeelve
,ttbflort|.ttotisiitid nalvertisetnetits ott our behalf.
sunsoHiPTioN HAlas :
One Tear tl.W
tine Tear (in adratu-ol  ].™
(ine Yenr, In fulled Slates . ■•»>
Address all eointniiiiloattans to
Thf. EvKNtsti Sun,
i>soii H1I Qsahd Foais, B.0
INSTANCES where men have to tttka
an oath that they are telling the
truth, antl nothing but the truth, are
numerous, but in (irand Forks this
weok a gentleman was compelled to
make an affidavit that he had been
guilty of originating a falsehood,
This is, we believe, the only case of
this nature on reran d, antl it speaks
tomes for the veracity of our citizens.
Whex the city pays the mayor $K>
for praasiding at a two hours' council
meeting, tho ratepayers have a rea
sooable right to expect that he should
take sufficient interest in his work to
see tlmt no "jobs" aro be railroaded
through the proceedings. If he does
not, he must take the blame of the
cainseij uences.
the residence of Mra. Mann on   Tues-   think that One good  turn   de-
day, January 23. serves a multitude of returns.
The girls do not appear to realize ait.,,,.. „„. „(.„„.. „,... ..„ „„*
that this i. leap year. They have WlIEN VOU start Out to get
permitted Mr. Honsberger to go east,   even   With   an   Old   habit you
„,   ™    ...   ,     , .   , . . . have a lot of work to do.
Ihe Phoenix hockey club defeated
Grantl Forks at Phoenix by a score of
10 to 2 on Wednesday night.
The members of the Knights of
Pythias ware pleasantly entertained
in their hall on Tuesday evening.
Miss Larson, operator at the Great
Northern, has returned from a vacation trip to Seattle.
Mrs. E. Miller and children will
reside at Victoria during the session
of tlte legislature.
Tom Cook, druugist, of Vancouver,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs,
\V. J. Cook.
A. D. Morrison left today for Vancouver to attend the annual poultry
Chas. Peterson, of the Colin, made
a business trip to Nelson this week.
A masquerade carnival will be held
at the skating rink on January  24.
The Rawhide mine will be on tho
shipping list again on January 15,
J. Matheson was elected mayor of
Phoenix by acclamation yesterday.
D. Exter, of Oroville, is now cash
ier at thc Great Northern station.
After a short close-down, the public schools reopened yesterday.
Gaston Lequime is now employed
us junior iu tiie Royal bank.
The Riverside mine will soon ship
ore to the Granby smelter.
Miss Ethel Cook is visiting friends
in Nelson.
The annual review number of the
Nelson Daily News, issued last Monday, is a splendid advertisement of
the resources of southern British Columbia. It contains a vast amount of
reliable information concerning tbe
Boundary and Kootenay districts. It
should be widely circulated.
A QIBOULAB from the department
of agriculture regarding the free distribution of seed is printed in this
issue. The circular ia not as lucid as
it was under the late government.
The new minister of agriculture is
evidently under the impression that
the Canadian farmers know every
variety of seed kept on hand by tbe
An Auto Sleigh
The nuto sleigh recently built by
George Rioth appeared mi the streets
on its initial trip tin Thursday. Mr.
Rioth is of the opinion that the mil
cliine, when perfected, can be propelled over any ordinary snow road
with perfect .safety at a very high
rate ol speed. Thia is suit! to be tin-
first and only auto sleigh that has
proved satisfactory to any degree. It
the attachment is practicable, Mr.
Rioth has a number of immediate
orders to Iill —Colville Examiner,
Holy Trinity CiiURCH,Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a. m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:80 p.m.; Sunday school, 10
a.m. First Sunday of tho month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Week-day und special services
as they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox Phesbytebian Chough—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. antl 7:30 p.
m.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:45 a.m. All are cordially invited,
tjeats free. Rev. M. D. McKee, pastor.
Methodist Chubch J. Rev. Calvert, D. D., Pastor.—Sunday services,
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.in.; Sunday school,
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League, Monday
at 8:00 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m.; Junior League, Fridays, 7:00 p.m. Everybody will be
Baptist Ciiuhoh, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 1 I a. nt. anil 7:30 p. m.; Bible
class ami Sundav school at 10 a.m.
Edison and Vi&or
Can he houglit from us
on Monthly Paymknts
Our prices are the
same as any house in
■WOODLAND   &.   CO.S-
The HeXCUfllC Store
Show cards for wirlnntos and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointa d
Print tliem plainly, to be read at a
Born—Tn Grantl Forks, on Saturday, January 0, to Mr. and Mrs. F.
.1. Miller, a sou;on Saturday, January
6, to Mr. and Mrs P. Lydon.adaughter; on Wednesday, January 10, to
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robinson, a son;
on Tuesday, .January 9, to Mr and
Mrs. A. S. McKim, a daughter.
Miss I) M. Donnan, «*.hn has been
visiting at her home in this city during the holidays, has returned  to her
school at North Hend.
It if, alleged that a number of per
sons who had no legal right to vote
cast thoir haillntat for lhe successful
mayoralty candidate.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caswelt,of
Saskatoon, .Sask., wa-ro visitors at tli"
I of Mr. Oawell'i sister, Mis. II
Donnan, this week.
The Loilies'.Aid of the Methodist
church will hold   a social  evening  all
The man who easily recognizes himself as being made
of better stuff than the ordinary mortal has an insight
that differs from tliat of most
of us.
Don't try to lie the biggest
fool in the world. Competitioi
is too sharp and continuous
for you to hope for success.
EvEKYiiODY likes fun. The
difference lies in the definition
of each as to what constitutes
the article.
Thk fellow who tails to meet
tlie issue by dojdging i.s apt to
find a re-issue around tlie first
Green may be the universal
color, but russet can got tlie
best of it any oltl autumn
Thk man who is aide It
keep all his promises doesn't
have  house room for a great
I   TllERE   are   persons   who
SEALED Tenders will he received
hy the undersigned until Saturday, January ?7th, 1912, for
supplying fifty curds gn en wood,
font-foot length, split fir and tntim-
ruck mixed, same to be delivered
ntnl piled at the school house as antl
where directed.
Tenders to state time of delivery.
Lowest or any tender nut necessarily
Dated at Orand" Forks, B, C,
January 10, 19] J.
Sec. to Boartl of Trustees.
suajitcTS.Binos eye views
Tho.s> Ai Mclntyre & Co
Attn0ttttr.e s* f* Janva™ ist>
1012, they are going to run
a Cash Business. Contractors, formers and
other large buyers may run a monthly account,
but this account mi'st be settled by cash or
note on or before the twelfth of the following
month. Remember, we will have a Cash
-2 THE   CASH   STORE £-
M*  ,
5-!'.   vfA.,.../*
* *H
*f& -y-"^
Tho sc*' r t of ths iucccs* of our
Want Ads. It tJi.'.t they .mc short
and snappy. Poor'- like a plain
huninnssitory told Inafov.* words
ind If thoy want nnythlnjx-tiioy
rfiler to tho placo wncn they
will find It with tho least trouble,
viz., the Clatilfiod Want Ads. Is
your business represented i.'icro.
)+% we are prepared to give the people of (irand Forks
all the Choicest cuts of
Beef, Mutton, Port,
Veal and Poultry
Of All Description
Fish, Oysters and all the
Delicacies of the Season
P. BURNS 8 CO., Ltd.
The only policy holder who
doesn't need to'pay his premiums is dead. The only man
who doesn't need to advertise
is the man who has retired
from business.
Our time, knowledge and
experience' in the printing
business is at your disposal
when you are in need of something ir this line. Don't forget this.
Don't forget thnt The .Sun hns Ih.
host jtili printing depnrrment in tht
Boundary country.
Remember that every added
subscriber helps to make this
paper better for everybody.
P. O. BOX 1353 448 SEYMOUR 8T.
Mens s. Cr Oil ley Hro*.. Manchester, Emit.
Mttki.is tlf Guh Producer IMunis mid  Oil
Engine* far general power or electrical
lighting' piirpoNes.
Messrs, Hick. Kerr* Co., Md, Preston.
Knglatid.  Kiiinpmeatfor Mini's uud i'ihi-
tnu*tors  Light  Locomotives (_ttenm  and
electrical), ole.
Merllnc Telephone Co.. portable   shot*
fli-iti" mnehInr»for miners, ooritradon*.
pri'-pi-f't"''-*-    Tl"' ■'■'"I °n  'I"'   market
W ritofor particular*!
■;.. l.   .i-HY   N STOCK
M   uri)   'enerfltOi, KlentMoel  Supplies
Kii'i'ti c;tl Heating and Cook lug Appari
tin. storage Hatierles, etc.
your enntili.es will twelve our (.romp
at lentil hi. write tor Information,
NOTIi E Ih hereby (then that an nppllentlon
will li- iiiii'lr iii...<-r part V. oftli.'"W-it_*r
Aot, 1909," tn obtain a IliWine in the 8lml|k&-
uu't'ii Division nf Vnle District.
(a) The mime, address nml occupation of
the applicant!  Peter Vermin. of  Brilliant,
British Columbia, Parmer,   (tf fnr  mimim
purposes) free Miner's Certlllcnto No
(l»)   He iii.ini*   nf   the iuliH. stream or
■miirce  (If   nriiinnicd,   the    di-M-rlptiun   is):
Ishermnn Creek.
(0) The point of diversion In about one
'linicaii'i ic..t easterly frum the orosalng of
ho Columbia A We»teru Hallway over Fish-
irman i-reek.
id) The quantity of water* applied for (in
ou bio feet per ieeond)i   tine cubic  foot
(e) rhe oharaoter of tho proposed works:
Pipe Hue and -niiill reiervolr,
(f) The premises on which the water la lo
>ei used (desorlbo    time):  Lot 20T7O.I,
in) The purposes for which the water is to
 '"I:   Inlgiitlim.
(li) If for irrigation describe tho land In*
Minted io lie Irrigated, giving acreage: Undulating foothills to the extent of two hundred
(D If the Water Ih to bo lined for power or
mlitliitf jmrpoHc*. de-ntlbe the plftoe where
the water Uto be icturoed (n some natural
olnuiliel, nud the rfllfetonoe in uhltude bn-
tweeu p'dnt of tlivei'sloii nud point td return
(j) Area of crown land Intended to be decupled by tbe proposed works.   Ml.
(■**.) This not<co was posted nn the 2t)tli duv
of A ugiHt, IM1, uud application will he i |<-
rothe CommlsiloiieroUthe25th tiny i>f Ootober. 1911,
(1) i<iv-' the names and addresses of any
iparbiii proprietors or   licensees   who  or
whose lands ore likely to be Directed by tho
proposi'd works, either above nr below the
outlet.   Ml
(Signature) PR' ER VKItEQIN,
(P.O. AddreKb)Biilliaiit. B.C.
.John Zm.ohoi-t, Agent.
Note- One oublc foot per second  i> eqitlvae
lent to :i:».7l miner's luchns.
Tho hearing of ibis   spplienllnii   lid's   been
eliHiig'-d to the Srd d><y of November, wil.
tl'ill.llfllti'il Aliiilttill.vl
(.unities titular, Ihrninhoni tl"' world ti
i tmuiilontotllreol witli IttiRllsh
in .-iit-li rliiAHtaf tria'ailfl.   Reside. iM-lntr'i cow-
nlt'te   a.aili'illa.aa.latl   irlllilf laa  l.aaaaal aaal   It-
suburbs, tlio tllroctory oontalu, lia.ian,r
nillitl I« they Alalia, niaal   Hip I'liliilllia
ntnl i-'i,rilirii Mnrketsthej aiiiiitiiy:
irramred Ier tlio Ports to wltlolt tbey sail
tnil Indleatlng the approximate SalltiiK.1
aal leading Maitufoettirer,i MerehantSa em., hi
al.,- iirliii'itiiil pruvlttolal town.and Intltiaitrlii!
aaniitrosol the United Kingdom.
A copy at the ourreut tiilniiui will i,.* f.»,--
Wardetl, Ireigh, paid, on n-entpt ,,t Postttl
Drderlor 20s.
Iii>rtli.rai leokilig Api'iicloaa nm IttlVPrtlM'
their triiilf t'iiril» for fl, or lairgm utlverllse-
ments truin H3,
■J"), Alitalttii'uli Lint.*, I.imtltin,  E,C,
Practical Plumber
All work guaranteed.
Only experienced workmen employed. Estimates furnished,
Bicycle repairing and
bicycle sundries,
Winnipeg    Avenue
(Ir i- ual   Minimi   CI.dui,    -ituitte   In   ih.
Irnnd  Kork* Mlniuir Plvlslun of Yule HU-
Whin- liienied:   In Hrowii'-ciuiip.
fAKK NOTl.K   thut   i. Alexn.dei  T Mur.
I    Krte vi,,,.,-- rert 111 rute Np. 3B858H, fur
myself mid ••** ogent for ChHiiet, h, linker
■rte Miners' fli-rtllleute No. :t sr-illl. in-
.eiid, -.ixt.v dm.k fromthe date hereof, in -p.
nl) to the Mining Recorder for a Certllloftte
oi linnroveineur, for tho pnriMiKH of olitaill*
'uk ii Ciit'wn liiantnf.the ahove chiltn.
■And furtherinkenotljce lhat aqllna, under
eetinn -i'i, mn nl lie comiiu'tioeil hefore i lie
tfliiauee nf  -u« h ('artlfleate of   Improve*
Dated thli Mth day of Mine, A I), iill 1
..i.l.XAM)KIi c. iiuim
Vnle l.iiinlT)ifl.lrh t   District of SliniIknmt^ori.
TAKK notice that KoWrt F, Pnjre of bl'di,
Alhcrtii. oocupntlon Karmor, Intends in
apnly for -)nornitnlon to pureliRKe the following deter I hed la'udai
(.oinnieiicliiti  ut   u  nhit j-htu■ <■ 1   nhuiit ;«i
oh aim north ot the Itortbweit corner of Lot
UDSSm on Deep Greek, and nbout live mllea
i'hii »f tin- iuwn of UiiHcade: thence north
■HI ehuiiiH: thenee wi;-t III chulnH. thenc-'
south .liirhniii-; theme east 40 eh ol til Io point
of I'.iintiii-iicciiieiit
J, H, Crutistou. Aircnt.
Dated September '-'ml, llm. ■-■
four dayi July 1117, 1911. The
daily amounts, as raeorded by a self-
registering gage, were: 14th, 34.64
inches;   15th, 28.88   inches;   16th,
If This Mid.. Does llo^M% \%7mi
Satisfactorily Benefit      inches.
For a period of four days thiB reo-
ord hid rarely been equaled in the
history of meteorology. In average
intensity, however, this storm does
not quite equal or|e that occurred ii
Practising physicians making a
specialty,qf stomach (roubles are
really responsible for the fonimlS
from which Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are mude. We have simply
profiled by the experience of experts.
Our experience wilh Rsxall Dyspepsia Tablets leadB us to believe
'hem to he an excellent remedy for
the relief of acute indigestion and
chronic dyspepsia. Their ingredients are soothing and healing to the
inflamed membranes of the stomach. They are rich in pepsin, one of
tbe greatest digestive aids known to
medicine. The relief they afford is
almost immediate Their use with
persistency and regularity for a
short time helps to bring about a
cessation of the pains caused by
stomach disorders.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets aid to
insure healthy appetite aid digestion
and promote nutrition. As evidence
uf our sincere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, we ask you to try
them at our risk. If tbey do not
give you entire satisfaction, we will
Chermpunji, in the Kasi hill of
India, a place well known to meteorologists as tbe wettest spot in the
whole world. Here during the five
days June 12-16, 1876, fell a total of
114.14 inches of rain, distributed as
lollows: \2Hf,' 30.45; 13th, 7.75;
Uth, 40.80'. 15th, 22 84; 16th,
12 30. It so happened tbat the
maximum in four days was a little
less than Baguio's record for a like
period, viz, 83.69 inches.
Both these records were, however,
eclipsed by that of a rainstorm that
occurred in the mountains of eastern Jamaica, in November, 1909.
At a place called Silver Hill, the
fall—if correctly measured—amnunl-
ed to 135 inchas in eight day's, of
which 114.50 fell in five days; 96 50
in four days, and 57.50 in two days.
Tbat these figures are at least approximately correct is shown hy the
records of the aurrounding stations.
—Scientific American.
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not take it?
It reprensents the welfare and
progress of the community and district with which it is identified, and
is, apart from its local value, an all-
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The recent change of government
has made the Hon. Mr. Borden the
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picture of him. We can supply one
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Some business men are so fond of
being deceived that they even endeavor to believe that they can reach
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Great Northern Station
Recently completed and
newly furnished throughout. Conveniently located
for railway men. First-
class accommodations for
transients. Board and
rooms by the week at pre*
vailing rates. Pine line of
Wine*, Liquors und Clears
alwayi in stock at the bar.
Grand Forks, B. C.
Hockey Dates
The   schedule committees   of  the
return you tbe money you paid us a Boundary Hockey league have ar-
for them, without question or for- rauged the following dates for this
mality.   They come in three sizes, j season's games:
prices 25 cents, 50 oents, and f 1.00.
Remember, you. can obtain tbem
only at our store—The Rexall Store.
H. E. Woodland.
Irrigation Not Required
Three great typhoons occurred ii
or near the Philippines last summe
within a period of three weeks, viz.,
July 11-17, July 20-27, and July
30-August 2.
Tbe maximum rainfall occurred
at Baguio, the official health resort
nf the Philippines. Tbis place is
4777   feet  above   sea   level  and is
Jan. 1—Grand Forks at Greenwood.
Jan 5—Greenwood at Grand Forks
Jan. 10—Grantl Forks at Phoenix.
Jan. 15—Phoenix at Grand Forks.
Jan. 19—Phoenix at Greenwood.
Jan. 23—Greenwood at Phoenix.
Jan. 26—Grand Forks at Greenwood.
lan. 29—Phoenix at Grand Forks.
Feb. 2—Greenwood at Phoenix.
<\.b. 6—I'hoenix at Greenwood.
_''eb. 12—Greenwood at Grand Fork*.
Fab. 16—Grand Forks at Phoenix.
The high price of living has
not affected our job printing
prices. We're are still doing
high class commercial work of
all kinds at prices satisfactory
to you.
Ttie O'iver Typewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please read the headline, over agHln. Then its i
treniendmis Hiirntfinance will  Iuwn upon you
Ao Oliver Tynewrlter—the standard visible
writer—the most highly per.    ted  typewriter
un tbe market—yours for 17 centu    dayi
Tlie typewriter whi-seconqiieKt of the com
merelal world is a matter of hinterv—yours, fo
17 cents a (1st!
The typewriter that it equipped with saoret of
such conveniences ss "The balance Shift"—
"The Killing Device"-"The Double Release"-
■'The Locomotive Base"—"The Amotna ]c
■spHcer"—"The Automatic Tabulator"—'*T_he
-"The Adjustable Paper Kfiigers1,-"The Scientific Condensed Kev
board"-all ■-■*»
loan for 17
Gents a Day!
We anonnced this
new sales plan recently, just to feel the pulse of
the people, simply n small earth payment—
then 17 cents a day. That is the plan lu a nutshell.
The result hai beeu such a deluge of applications for machines that we are simply astounded.
The demand oilmen from people of all clauses,
all nee.*-, all occupations.
Thc msjurlty of Inquiries has come Jfroia peo
le of known liimin-lal standing who were attracted by the novelty of the propOH.'nu. An
impressive demonstration iif the immense pop*
uiarity of the Oliver Typewriter
A startling confirmation of our belief tbat
the Era of Universal Typewriting la at baud.
A  Quarter of a
are Si ;. i tf
TI)c _»_
Million People
Wney with
R. R. G'lpin, customs officer it tbit
port, mnaapHthel allowinj; detailnd ruport
( the customs receipt- at tbe various
sult-cuetfitnB ollit: s. as reporter! to tha
: chief ttltice in thia city, for the m'i"th nl
nominally one of the   wettest spots Dtcmnher: WaKZZZ
on tbe islands, wilh tn annual rain- Grand Porks   f.%3'7.31
fall nf 167.52 inches.    Never before,  0amT..lZZZ.Z!ZZ.Z     171 62
however,   had  suoh   a    torrential ca^sde       9-2U
alownpour occurred here  as on  the     T„t,,| ti-2Tl.lt
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1 lho greatest and hest family anil farm paper on the continent, liiuTon
many occasions given its readers most delightful premium picture,
lint this season they have secured what is beyond any question of doulit
thi; best picture ever offered newspaper readers. It is entitled "Home
Again" and describes a touching but joyful incident between two friends
who meet after anxious separation. e
"Laddie," a collie dog, famous for hia beauty and gentleness, winners
nf many prizes at ting snows, the pride of the family and neighborhood,
bus been stolen, and after many days' absence he escapes one night from
bis caplor.antl returns home on a snowy winter's morning with the rope
which he broke in bis struggles for freedom dangling from his collar.
His familiar bark brings his little mistress, Marjorie, to the door and
she throws her arms around her trusty playmate's neck with cries of joy
which bring her mother and brother to the door. "Laddie" is equally
delighted to be "Home Again," and answers her welcome by putting his
paws on her shoulder and resting his head against her breast with a little
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Aristocratic Britain Hu Had Several
ef Them.
Nowadays lt it always possible for
the humblest boy in the town to become its head if he hat the brains
and "push." Recent years have
abundantly proved this by showing ua
several noted working men who have
risen to the mayoral chairs of their
native or adopted towns.   ■
Indeed, two very well-known mayors of a year or two past were men
who had both actually risen trom the
workhouse ol the place which they
served later as chief magistrates.
These were Mr. Will Crooks, late
M.P., who was elected mayor of Poplar, and Aid. Hornbrook, one of Ue-
vonport's most respected citizens,
whom that large town placed in its
n.ayoral chair a year or two before
Poplar did itself a similar honor with
Will Crooks.
Many people will still remember
how Cardiff raised a working man to
the highest honor the Welsh city
eould confer on him, and not only
so, but it chose him for Lord Mayor
during the year when the late King
Edward had promised to visit tlie
eity, and His Majesty was so pleased
with the way the mayor received him
and curried out his duties on behu.t
of Cardiff that he knighted "Sir" Wil
liam Grossman on the spot.
Then, year or two back, Kingston-
mi-Thames did justice to one of its
hardest workers on the local counci!
by electing Councillor Clarke to the
mayoral seat. Mr. Clarke had been
a policeman in the royal ancient bor
ough, and in consequence many ot
tlte elite of the place were averse to
his being made chief magistrate.
Twice before, when he had been pro
posed by those who recognized his
merit aud services, he had been defeated by such narrow majorities as
one or two, but at length even his
one-time rivals had to admit that
there wns no other man so fitted foi
tlie mayoralty as the former police,
man, and thus Mr. Clarke rea peal at
last the well-deserved reward of faith-
ful service.
Breezy Blackpool did equal honor to
itself and Aid. Brodie when it made
the latter gentleman its mayor in
1904, for the well-known alderman
had formerly been a policeman iu
Mr. Timothy Owen was still a sig
nalmun on tbe line when his fellow-
townsmen at Aberavon, Glamorgan
shire, raised him to the mayoral chair
No man in the place was more highly
respected than the popular signal
man, und in proof of this no fewer
than 300 railwuymen, headed by Mr
Uichard Bell, accompanied Mr. Ov.ee
to church on his first visit there.
One ol the best-known men 111 the
southwest country, and certainly oan
of the most popular in Plymouth, it
Aid. Bond, who hae several time-
been elected mayor, Mr. Bond began
bis striking career as a boy in a sol;
eitor's office at Plymouth, and worked
his way up through the various ranks
until he finally found himseil sitting
in the chair of the mayor.
Hott of Portugal't ex-King.
There are few keener sportsmen ot
more intrepid explorers than the'Utiki
of Orleans, at whose beautiful liome-
Wood Norten, in Worcestershire-
King Manuel is staying. He has visit
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degrees farther north on the coast ol
Greenland than had hitherto been ex
plored, and the naming ol the tern
tory it now recorded at the Duke ol
Orleans Land in most geogwip.ties
A magnificent horseman, he has taken
part in a bull fight; while his prowes.-
with the gun wns once the cause ol
a clever retort. Commenting upon the
unusually poor season, he reniuiked le
a guest that he had shot very lev
"braces," whereupon the guest wit
tily remarked,. "And no doubt tiii.-
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The late King of Siam hud an ex
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afternoon, accompanied by two mem
Iters ol hit suite, espied an empty
match-box, which had been discurdel
by ils owner and thrown away into
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trnlfic, grasped the much-coveted
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a passing cab. The fact, however,
that he was able to add a new specimen to his collection compensated
him tor the risk which be hud run.
Not a Royalty.
Mr. Melton Prior, the war corre-
s;undent and artist, who saw about
twenty-four campaigns and revolutions, died in London, Fnglnnd, on
Nov. 2. Ho accompanied King George
V„ then the Duke of York, on his
tour of Canada in 1901. During the
royal progress through the West, Mr.
Prior was very much interested in the
scenes in thnt vast country. At one
of the Western towns a prolonged
stop was made during the night, and
a large crowd came to the station
to catch a glimpse of the duke. It
was dark nnd wet, and as Mr, Prior
leaned from the window the crowd
made a rush to tee who the distinguished Britisher might be.
"No," said the artist, waving them'
genially away. "I'm not the duke,,
and I'm not the duchess, and I 'can't1
even make a sjeech."
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His Own Dictionary Differs From
AU Others.
Mrt. Bowser Differs—Lively Discussion
Follow*—He Stokt th* Druggist,
Who Telia Him There la a Three-lot-
Ur Word That Spells Bowser.
[Copyright, 1110, by Associated Literary
IT was a coollsh evening, and at
Ur. Bowser came up from dinner and aaw tbe blaze of tbe gas
logs and noticed the cat on the
hearth he turned to lira. Bowser and
"What on earth do men do wbs have
Bo little wife, no fireside, no home?"
"I am glad you are pleased," she
answered, with a smile of pride oa her
"Tea, I am more than pleased. 1
should be an lngrate If I wen- not
Without the house there is dreariness; within Is good cheer. Tes; this
Is the way to live."
And he actually caught up the
blushing woman and printed a smacking kiss on her chin and laughed nt
her as she said he never would get
over his courting days. He lifted up
the cat and stroked her fur; be patted
hla leg and whistled. He was tbe
sometimes   Bowser—sometimes   when
he was not the other Bowser. After
a bit desiring to entertain Mrs. Bowser, he said:
"That was a dreadful affair ln St
Louis the other day."
"What dear?"
"Why, the murder of an actress by
s Jealous actor. She waa tbe ingenue
of Ihe company."
He pronounced the word "lnjnncw,"
and Mrs. Bowser made ber mistake ln
"Tbat is pronounced ss If spelled
•ongenne.' you know."
"Ob. lt Is? Since wben, may I inquire?"
"For a hundred years, perhaps.
However, It makes ao difference,"
"But I think It does. I aim to pronounce my words right and I don't
care to be picked np and humiliated.
I aay the word Is 'injunew.'"       r
"Well, let It go at that"
"Then don't be so quick to pick jpe
np again. Tbe otber day, wben 1 said
'cen-tri-fu-gal.' I noticed you looking
•t me ln a queer way."
"Because I was wondering If yon
meant cen-trlf-ugal."
"No, ma'am, I didn't I meant Jnst
what I said." '
"But there Is no word pronounced
"What! What! Mrs. Bowser, I
came home to pass a pleasant evening
at my own fireside. Do you wish to
drive mc out on the streets?"
"No, of course not"
Mutterings of a Storm.
"Tben don't as good as call me a
jackass. I was pronouncing words
when yon were ln yonr cradle. When
I came home the other evening Mrs.
Andrews was here. I burst ln on you
and then asked If I was de trop. You
looked at me as if yon wanted to bite
my head off.   Wby was It?"
"Because you made the 'trop' part
of tbe word rhyme with bop. It is
pronounced de trow."
"Not on your life, woman! I have
used the word for over forty years,
and tbls Is the flrst time I was ever
picked up on It A husband can stand
a great deal from his wife, but Bhe
mnst not Interfere with his pronunciation."
"Not even when he's wrong?" she
"But he can't be wrong."
"You were rending an article aloud
tbe other evening, and yon read tbat a
certain man bad got his conge. Ton
made It rhyme with sponge."
"And It was right—a hundred times
right 1 learned that word when I
was twelve years old." _  ._. 	
"Tes, of a country schoolma'am, ana
she waa wrong abont lt It is pronounced as if spelled conjay."
"Never—never ln this wide world!
Do not drive me too far, woman!"
"I am talking ln a perfectly good
natnred way, and yon are foolish to
get mad. You see, I have many more
opportunities to study out sucb things
than yon."
"Which Is to say that I go blunder*
hig along any old way like a blind
mule.   Another Insult!"
"Where none was Intended. When
nreen nnd bis vrlfeiwere over here the
other evening yon said lndl-ca-tlve for
"And I waa right—forty times right"
"You are not wltb the dictionaries."
"Wbose dictionaries? Because balf
a dozen old bumps on logs get together
and decide tbat certain words shall be
pronounced according to tbelr Ideas
mnst I be bound by them? By ths eternal, not"
"Well, yon ean hava a dictionary of
yoar own If yon wish."
Bowser's Own Dictionary.
"And I have got one, Mrs. Bowser.
It's the Bowser dictionary. It pronounces words as they are spelled.
C-o-w means cow every time."
"How do yon get along with
pl-e-g-h-m?" .
"It la spelled f-l-e-m and Is so pronounced. It Is tne same witb c-a-t-a-r.
You can pronounce your words as you,
think best bnt don't try to cram your
way down my throat. It ts simply Impudence for you to try It"
"Shall you publish your dictionary
and seek to have lt Introduced Into
schools?" asked Mrs. Bowser after a
long silence, during which Mr. Bowser
dropped the cat to the floor and gave
ber a hoist with his foot
"Certainly. There has long been a
demand for snch a work, and lt ts
growing every day. See what nonsense.
In tbe good old days we spelled It
w-a-g-g-o-n, and lt was so pronounced.
Now they bave knocked out one 'g.'
and what is lt but wa-gon? Wby not
knock a 'g' ont of buggy?"
"How do you treat the word 'valet?
Do you make lt rhyme with mallet?"
"Of course 1 do. If valet Is valley,
then mallet Is malley. If tbe born
fools want to give a twist to tbelr
words, as If tbey were being twisted
out with a corkscrew, let tbem go
ahead. We have a street In town
named Montague. Why should any
one call It Mon-ta-gew? Wben we
speak of the plague we don't pronounce
it pla-new, do we? It Is Montague or
It's nothing. When I got out of bed
the other morning I mentioned to you
that I felt leth-ar-gic. I aaw you grinning to yourself."
"I bave always heard lt called lethargic," she quietly replied.
"And you may for a year or two to
come, but there's a new deal on hand.
I was In bones when this discussion
enme up thut I mlgbt get a few pointers from you, but lt Is needless to
sny that I have been bitterly disappointed. I suppose tf I sbould say thnt
a certain person was cor-pulent you'd
tind fuult with the word?"
He Quite Home.
"I have always beard lt pronounced
"Well, go on hearing. My own fire
side Is not for me. If I come home
and sit down for a cheerful evening
you must always bob up wltb some
thing to spoil lt. I am going out. I
may come home Inebriated and lu n
mood to brook no Insults."
"If you remain we can talk of something else, can't we?" she asked. "1
haven't Insulted yon, .and 1 haven't
said an unkind wori I know that
there is the. word cough and tbe word
coffee, and If you want me to put an
'e' on cough I'll do It"
"Too late, woman—too later' he said
as be waved a band at her and departed for the family drug store. The
druggist had ten minutes to spare,
and he listened patiently to Mr. Bow-
ser's dictionary scheme nnd the radical changes proposed. Wben the story
hud been told he quietly said:
"Tliere Is one word I hope you won't
think of changing. If you do I shnll
not know how to tblnk of you. It's it
little word of three letters, but It
moans much. You are It and It Is
It was three dnys before Mr. Bowser caught on. Then he went over und
dnred the druggist outdoors, but It
wns too late. The price of squills bnd
again advanced.
It   Detects   Objects   Whose   Size   or
Shape Cannot Be Seen.
It will come aB news to most people
that science has invented instruments
'hat go two degrees beyond the most
■xtwerful microscope in detecting
tmall objects. The first of these is
known as the ultra violet microscope.
This takes advantage of the fact that
a photographic plate can often sea
things that the human eye cannot,
and for the following reason:
Things cunot reflect light nnd
consequently ennnot be seen that are
smaller than the smullert wave length
of light Cat falls on them. Violet
light is the smallest thut can be possibly Been with the human eye. But
there exists a much smaller wave
length in the part of the spectrum
not visible to the eye called the ultra
violet light. This hae the peculiar
property ol affecting a photographic
plate just as any other light would,,
so that we get a true picture of the
minute object that is under examination.
Thus the deficiency of the eye It
made up for by a mechanical invention of the human tin"
violet light, though not detectable by
the human eye, is easily seen by small
animals and insects. It has been tried
with great success on ants especially.
With this ultra violet microscope the
smallest objects that can be photographed with definiteness of dimensions are brought out with wonderful
But there is one other instrument
that can detect much smaller objects,
though their shape or size cannot be
seen, and that is known as the ultra
microscope. This takes advantage of
the fact that a small object will scatter any light that falls on it. To
make the meaning clear, all of us
have noticed a beam of tight entering
a room full of floating dust particles.
We see only the dust particles in the
beam of light. The reason we seo
them is because each little particle
scatters the light that falls on it in
all directions, and some of the scattered light enters the eye.
y This is the plincipl^aon which the
ultra' microscope is 'Based.' Light is
made to fall on tjie oh'ject 'in such a
way that none: of the direct light can
enter the-eye... Then the particles
appear', as .small points of light. In
this way it has been proved that the
coloriruj.in red glass is not diffiused,
but cftnsists of thousands of little red
particles close together.
Hit Majetty't Hint.
It is well known that the King considers hirsute appendages as an unnecessary adjunct for a clergyman.
Some time ago His Majesty, being on
a visit to a well-known peer, observed
that the chaplain, who was also rector of the parish, would be improved
in appearance by removing his moustache. This criticism was told to the
young cleric, who forthwith took the
hint and appeared clean-shaven.
On the King's next visit he inquired as to the identity of the clergyman
who was invited to dinner, not recognizing his changed appearance. Some
very complimentary remarks and not
a little amusement on the King's part
followed the discovery of how His Majesty's former hint had been acted
upon in so practical a manner.
A Powerful Prett.
The Philadelphia mint use a presi
that can exert a Iorce ot 1,100 tons la
tha lauare inch to ttamo medals.
That Form of the Fragrant Weed It
Becoming Popular With Ladiet.
During the hearing of a case which
came before Mr. Justice Grantham in
London a few days ago, it was mentioned that one of the members of a
certain well-known ladies' club smoked cigars. Whether they were mild,
medium, or full-flavored wus not stated, but the fact that a woman can
smoke a cigar tends to dispel the
popular notion that she is constitutionally unfit for such a habit.
As a matter of fnct. the Dowager-
Empress of Russia, who is an inveterate smoker, prefers n mild cigar to a
cigarette;  so does   the   Countess of
Paris,  the  mother of  the Queen  of
i Portugal.   When a reporter, however,
I called on two or three West-end firms
of cigar merchants, he could get no
confirmation of the statement made
I in a certain pnpaT tea the effect that
cigars  were displacing  cigurettes  in
the affections of society women.
"At the same time," said the manager of one firm, "I believe that the
example of the member ot the ladies' club you mention is being fob
lowed to a certain extent in society,
although it is difficult to obtain definite information on the point because, while ladies do not mind smoking cigarettes in public, cigar-smoking would attract too much attention
to be pleasunt. Consequently they do
it in private.
"I am led to believe that this is
so by the increased demand of late for
mild cigars. Ladies order them, presumably for male friends und relatives; but the type of cigar they order
is not popular enough amongst men
to warrant the unusual demand. Then,
again, I know of three Indies who
order the same brand of mild cigar,
antl as they nre acquainted with one
another there is not much doubt that
they have recommended these cigars
to one another lor their own smoking."
Another firm admitted thnt amongst
their customers were two ladies who
•egularly ordered supplies ol cigars,
their favorite brand heittL' n miniature
denr nbout 2 1-2 Inches long und a little thicker thnn n cigarette. One of
the ladieB ortlered regularly every
month 100 of these miniature cigurs.
This firm also numbered amongst its
customers a lady well known in society, who now smokes a briar pipe
of the ordinary size and make instead
ol cigarettes.
Young Woman Tells of Family Lil*
In th* Transvaal.
"Life is not lonely or dull on a
South African farm, although town
folk, accustomed to getting up at 9
o'clock in tbe morning and dawdling
through the day, pretend to think it
is," writes a young woman of that
part of the world to a London newspaper.
"There is always something to be
done. Beiore sunrise my brothers are
up and out with the men, looking after the flocks, mending fences, inspecting here, improving there. Our farm
has 30,000 acres and carries roughly
0,000 sheep and perhaps 1,000 head ol
horses and cattle.
"There is no place lor children like
a South African farm. We were out
in the open all day long. Every tree
on the farm we climbed, and in the
orchard, too, eating the apples beiore
they were ripe, for which we were
soundly whipped. That also was
good, for the green apples did us no
harm, and the whipping taught us to
respect our elders.
"In a creek by the river stood a
willow tree which we used like a
flip-flap. Bending its point over to
the bank, one of us would get on and
be switched across, but if on the
other side the branch was not caught
and held, then the luckless rider
would oscillate like a pendulum of a
clock put upside down, till at last he
(or ehe) must fall into the water.
Then he would be fished out and we
would all Bit on the bank while his
clothes dried in the hot sun.
"Every animal on the farm we rode,
ponies and cows, and even ostriches.
There is nothing so comfortable as an
ostrich, warm and soft, and it moves
like a feather bed on springs. You
tuck your knees well below the outstretched wings and take a firm grip,
and when they let the bird go you
are floating in the air. As for dismounting, it is quite easy; you have
only to fall off backward.
"Far from being loncrjr, my recollection of our home in those early
days is that it was like a small hotel.
The farm lies on the high road between Bloembontein and Jagersfon-
tein, and people traveling from one
town to the other seemed to take it
for granted that they could stop there
for the night.
"One night, I remember, we entertained the Hon. St. John Brodrick,
who was at that time making a tour
of South Africa. After supper our
talk turned upon the prickly pear
fruit, and our visitor expressed a desire to see one. A Kaffir boy was Bent
out to get some, and when they were
shown to him Mr. Brodrick . incautiously took one up and put it to his
mouth, covering his face and hands
with the tiny, irritating prickles. I
have thought since that the incident
was typical. We Boers are somewhat
like the prickly pear, sound and kind
at heart, but sticking all our spikes
into tliose who handle lis the wrong
"It may be supposed that housekeeping under such circumstances
was not very easy, for our Kaffir girls,'
though they are plentiful and willing;
are very stupid and need to be'oon-
Btantly overlooked. I never heard,
however, of any Boer lady who broke
down, nnd had to indulge herself in
a rest cure. The air of the veldt is in
itself better than any 'cure.' All, such
air! When, you breathe it, everything
seems possibly,'even the most' impossible things.' f. think that was really
how the war—thut most impossible
war—came about.
"No one wants to speak about the
war with England now; only to forget
it. One ot my brothers fought from
the first; then, when we were harder
pushed, the second joined the commando, too. My third brother, who
was a doctor, served on our ambulance. As for me, I was in England
at the time, but it did not seem rieht
for me toilive there, so I went to Holland, where ot leo6t they understood
our Tual Umgue. And after it was all
over I went out to Africa again.
"Of course, my brothers came back
to thc farm: they could not have gone
to any other country, any more than
my father could have gone in his day.
So they began the farm all over again.
Our house had not been burned down, |
but it had been ubniialoned to stray
raiders und-tb the elements Ior over
two yeurs."
In Her New Book English Noblewoman Gives the Fruitt of Sixty
Yeart or More of Contact With
All the Social and Intellectual
Celebrities of Qreat Britain—It a
Daughter of Third Earl of Oxford.
Lady Dorothy Nevill is the author
of a new volume of reminiscences entitled "Under Kive Reigns." Lady
Dorothy is one of the most interesting personalities living. Tlu daughter of tho third Fiorl ol Oxford, Lady
Dorothy married on Dee. 2, 1847, Mr,
Reginald Nevill, n cousin of thnt
grnnd sportsman, the Marquis of Abergavenny, K.C. Her lamily consists
of three sons and one daughter, the
latter, Miss Meresis Nevill, being a
most active member of the Primrose
League. Her charming home in
Charles street, Berkeley Square. London, is full of beautiful objects of nrt
and interesting relics. /Her circle of
friends is a large one, and for the
greater pnrt ol tier long life she hns
known everyone of social and intellectual importance in the country.
Australian Pearl Fisheries.
The treasure seeker in Australian
tropic waters need not confine his
a operations to pearling, for heche-dc-
mer gathering and shark and turtle
fishing ure nlso lucrative occupations,
though as yet, owing to the greater
attractiveness of pearling still in
their infancy.
While the price of pearlshell keeps
over $750 the pearler's income Is assured. He can regard his enterprise
ss an investment on the she'! basis,
and the chance of pearls odtls tlie
gaming element so deur lo the average Australian. The nor'-west shell
hits the best place on tlte world's
market; the northern shell, though
perhaps more abundant, is of an inferior quulity, and "stones" ure not
so often met with.
Thursday Island with its palms,
cactus, and rich nnd varied vegetation, , its long lines of beautiful
beaches, is becoming well-known to
the winter tourist, who, however,
finds little to admire iu the primitive
galvanized iron buildings of the town
sites. The Government huildinzs
have some pretensions to architectural style, but lbe business houses,
mostly in the hands of Chinese or
Jap, ure squalid—a blot on the natural beauty ol their surroundings.
Away from his native bamboo build-
ing material, both races seem to lose
any artistic instinct in the way of
architecture, and are satisfied with
the shelters. Some of these mean-
looking buildings, however, ure magazines tor goods worth many thousands. Ior both races are keen and
enterprising traders, and have ousted
the European shopkeepers almost entirely from these latitudes.
"Smith of Wadham."
Like Mr. Simon, the new Solicitor-
General for Great Britain, Mr. F. E.
Smith, K.C, M.P., who was retained
(or the defence of Miss Le Neve, first
distinguished himself at Wadham
College, Oxlord, not only on account
of  his   scholnstic   attainments,   but
' l,„,.. "-a,,, I   ..    ■    I
bailer.  • "Smith   of   Wadham"   just
missed his "Rugger blue" through a
oiutfla;.. i.ilu. ....... .ie ci.ieu  ....   .. ,,ii.
tation of being one of the finest orators nnd debaters ever heard at the
Oxford Union. His maiden speech
in 1906 in the House of Commons
caused quite u sensation. He ia one
of thc swiftest of speakers, us well us
a hard hitter, and nothing delight!
him more than to "huve a go" at Mr
Wi"<i'"'i ftbiv'HIll, although they un
Intimate friends.
The  Oldttt   Pitwoman.
At the time of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897, there were fifteen
or sixteen women living in Tranent
who hatl worked underground in the
coal mines. Now the number is reduced to three—Jnnet Murdoch, Helen Reid, and Isabella Sommerville,
better known as Bell Somers, and widow ot the late Sergt. John Harrison,
the enlister ot Hector Mueilonald.
Sommerville is now in her eighty-
sixth year, nnd mny safely be Bet down
as the oldest pitwomnn in the world.
She wns laorti nt Old Cruighnll, in
Mid-Lothian, wns tnken down below
at Edmonstone Colliery when between
six and seven years of age, and had
to lenrn "slype drnwing," crawling on
hands nnd knees among mud with a
tail-chain attached to the empty or
full slype, and pulling it behind her
like n pony. She afterwards worked
at Hurley Muir till the women were
expelled from the pits in 1813.—Glasgow Herald
ine oamoan Language,
Speaking of tbe flexibility of tbe 8a-
moun language, one who uses It says
lhat tbe little word "ta" meant: I. wa
too. to beat wltb a stick, to piay oo a
musical Instrument, to reprove, to
tattoo, to opeu a vein, to wash clotb.
Ing by beating and to turn a somersault.
Putting on Glovet.
Tn put «.n a puir of rubber gloves
of the kind often used in hospitals
by surgeons during operations is n
diflicull and tedious tusk, even with
the aid et an assistant, but a I-ondon
surgeon has just invented un ingenious . contrivance tlmt accom-
plishes the tusk by machinery in a
few seconds.
The nppurlitus consists of two
cylinders from which the air cnn he
ftartially drawn by a piston worked
ty a pedal. At the top of each cylinder is a Hanged rim, over which the
the opening ot the glove is stretched
and fixed with thc fingers hanging
vertically into thc cylinders. The
glove when in this position completely closes the cylinder. When the
operator treuds on the pedal the piston is it.lled downward, producing n
partial vacuum in the cylinders. The
difference in atmospheric pressure
thus produced stretches the glaives to
s size that will allow the bunds to be
easily unshed into them. Air is then
admitted into the cylinders nnd the
gloves contract upon the hands with
a Budden snap.
Flowers In Grsscs.
In Greece the language of Sowers Is
developed wltb such detail and Is so
generally understood tbat a lover and
bis sweetheart sometimes csrry on un
Ideal correspondence by means ot clusters of louse blossoms. '..
Dr. Simmons, Qeutist, Morrison
block.    Phone H 39.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Covert and
daughters, Misses Sylvia and Dorothy, will leave tomorrow for Long
Beach, Cal., where they intend to
remain indefinitely. Mr. Covert
wsb the father ol tha fruitgrowing
industry in the Kettle valley, and
the estate which bears his nam* is
still the horticultural pride of tha
district Unfortunately for Mr.
Covert, in recent years he became
too intimately'acquainted with lawyers, law courts and various species
of sharks, as a consequence of which
he is lenving the valley with less
finances than is usually accumulated
by persons of hjs energy and enterprise. The Sun wishes th* Covert
family success in their new southern home.
The Rinsell-Hale company p'ayed
a two nights' engagement at tbe local opera house Wednesday and
Thursday eveningB. 'On the Road
to Calgary" wns the hill on the
opening night, and "Magda" was
presented on Thursday evening.
Both plays drew good-sized audiences, and all who attended were
pleased with the performances.
The hest of the season—Clifford
Lane Bruce at the opera bouse,
January 23, in Henry Bernstein's
greatest play, "The Thief."
Found — Pocketbook containing
a sum of money. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying for this ad.   A. Macintosh.
J. D. Honsberger, ths fruitgrower,
left today for tbe coast. Ha will
visit the east berore returning, and
will be absent from tha eity for two
or tbree months.
Alf Cooper will leave next week
for a month's vacation trip to tba
Tba Dixie Jubilee Singers gave an
enjoyable canoert in the opera house
last Saturday evening. Owing to
tha disagreeable weather prevailing,
tba audience was small, however.
The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church will
be held on Monday evening, the
15th inst., at 8 o'eloek sharp, in the
ehureh. Alter tha business is transacted a social gathering will ba bald
ia tha manse. All members and
friends of tha congregation ara cordially invited ta be prseent.
Dr. C. H. Tolaaia, federal veterinary inspector lor British Columbia,
was in tha city oo Tuesday and
Wednesday on a Uur of inspection.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards jnst received at
Tiik Sun job office.
Metal Quotations
NswYoax, Jaa. 11.-Silver 54|;
standard copper, flS.7_>@H.124,
Loudon, Jan. 11.—Silver, 25};
lead, j£I.5 12s 6d.
Old People Should Be Careful in Their Selection of
Regulative Medicine
We have a safe, dependable, and
altogether ideal remedy that is particularly adapted to the requirements of aged people and persons
of weak constitutions who suffer
from constipation or other bowel
disorders. We are so certain that it
will relieve these complaints and
give absolute satisfaction in every
particular that we offer it with our
personal guarantee tbat it shall cost
tbe user nothing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This remedy
is called Rexall Orderlies.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten just
like candy, are particularly prompt
and agreeable in action, and may be
taken at any time, day or night;
do not cause diarrhoea, nausea,
griping, excessive looseness, or
other undesirable effects. They
bave a very mild but positive action
upon tbe organs with wbich they
come in contact, apparently acting
as a regulative tonie upon the relaxed muscular coat of the hnwel,
thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more
vigorous and healthy activity. Three
sizes, 10c., 25c, and 50c. Sold only
at our store—Tbe Rexall Store. H.
E. Woodland.
Mining Stock Quotations
BatfM,   Jan. 11.—The    following as* today's oaaauaf qaotations for
Asked.       Bid
Oranby Consolidate.   30.00   28.00
B. C.   Copper      4.00     3.25
Agricultural Conventions
Tha following are thn dates of tbe
conventions to be beld under tbe
auspices of thn provincial department of agriculture, at the botanical
chambers, parliament buildings,
Victoria, B. C.
British Columbia Agricultural
Fairs association, January 22, 1912.
British Columbia Stockbieeders'
association, January 23.
British Columbia Dairymen's association, January 24.
British Columbia Farmers' Institute, January 25 and 26.
British Columhia Poultry association, January 20.
British Columbia Fruit Growers'
association, January 30 and 31.
Take your repairs to Amnion's
loot and Shoe Hospital, Bridge
sireet, Orand Korks.
You might as well cut off
your legs because you are running well in a footrace as to
cut off your advertising because your business is too
For Sale at a Bargain—Ttyo-horae.
power gawtlene tingine. Applv .1. 11.
Plath, box 10, city.
Dr. HoTansrt'i tobsee* remedy removal,
all dvllre tor the weed In . lew d»jr>. a VMS'
table inedloln*. and only requires .lotMblnf
the tonsue with It ncouionall;. Price IMS.
Marvalloui results Irom Ukltir hit remcaly
lor th* liquor habit, sal* and Inaxpenslve
one treatment; uo hrpode rolo Itilsetlons,
ho publlaltr. no lou ol tlm* Irom bualneu
titsSmJimm^i%. MM** »*.«•
Stmt, I oronlo, Canada.
NOTICE li hereby eiventhat aa appliaation
will be made uiidet Pftrt V. of the "Water
Aet, 190H,'.- to obtain a license iu the Similkameen Water District, Division of Yale Dia-
triot.     ■      '■
(a). The name, add/eii, and occupation of
of tine applicant: George Washington Swank,
Urand Forks, B.C., Farmer.
(b). The name of lake, stream, or source (if
unnamed, the description is):   Cedar Creek.
(o). The point of diversion Is wbere the
ereek enters my land near the oentre ofthe
East line, on Lot numbered One A (IA) subtil •
visioii of C.P.R, tot number twenty-seven
hundred (2700) in Group 1 In the Simllkainimii
(formerly Oioyoot) Division of Yale District.
(d). Tha quantity of water applied for (In
cubic foet par second). One eubiofoot per
(•). The character of the proposed worka:
Dam and flume.
(f). The premises on which the water is to
be used (describe same) Is on Lot One A (1 A)
subdivision of C.I'.R. Lot number twenty-
seven hundred(2700) iu Group 1. in the Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) DivUlcn of Vale
(ff). Tbe purposes for which tbe water is to
ba used: For irrlffatlou and domestic purpose*.
> (b). If (or Irrigation, describe the land intended to be irrigated, giving aoreagb: [sou
Lot One A (1 A) subdivision of C.P.R. Lot
number twenty-seven hundred (2?iK>) in Group
1 In tbe Similkameen (furmcrly < lnoyoot.) Division of Yale District, eon tain i tiff liio.-tr* Hcres,
mora or less.
(j). Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by tho proposed works; None.
(k) This notice wat posted ou the 5th day
of Aurust, 1911,and application will be inu'lc
to the Commissioner on the 0th dty of September Ml.
(1). Give the names and addresses nf any
riparian proprietors or ltceiifices who or
whose lands are likely to he affected by the
proposed works, either above or below the
outlet: None.
Grand Forks, B.C.
NOTICK is hereby given that an application
will be made under Part V of the "Water
Act, 191)9," to obtain a license in tlie Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Nnme, address and occupation of the applicant:   W. Sftyer, Rancher, Grand Korks, B.C.
Description of lake; Small body of water
(no name), fed by springs.
Point of diversion Is 40 chnins above cast
line or Pre-emption No. 1300 S.
Quantity of water applied for: One cubit
foot per second. ____,    , ,
Character of proposed works: Ditch and
reservoir, to be used on Pre-emption No.
Purpose: Domestic arid Irrigation.
Description of land to be Irrigated: Acreage, 78.
Acreage of Crown Land Intended to bo occupied by works:  Mil. _.
This notice was posted on the 17th day of
July, 1911, and application will be made tuthe
Commissioner on the 16th day of August, 1911.
Nume sud address of riparlou proprietors
or licensees who will be affected by the proposed works.   None. _■
(Signature) W. BAYER,      ,
(P. O. Address) Urand Fo rkt, B.C.
St. Joseph Mlne'al C latin .situate In the (j rand
Forks Mining Division of Vale District.
Where Located:  In Central Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Henry Johnson, Free
Miners, Certificate No. 3581111, for myself
nud as agent for Peter Edward Blakle, Free
Miner • Certificate No. I5H9B. Intend, sixty
iIhvb from date hereof, to apply to the Miniug
Reoerder for a Cei tl Acute of Improvements, lor
the ptirnoscuf obtaining crown grants of the
above claim.
And further take notice that act lou, under
section H7, must be commenced before the Ibnu
mice of suoh OriAcate of Improvements.
Dated this _Mth day of July, A.D 1911.
Bridtfe Street,
The hest and most
Miibstuntlul lire-immf
building lu the Boundary country. Re-
oeutly completed and
newly furnished
throughout. Equipped with atl modern
electrical conveniences, Ontrnlly located. Kirst-ulass BO-
cnminodatiunfl for tiie
travelling public.
Hot snd Gold Batfis
i rst-Cliss Bir, Pool
sail Billinrd Rooms
ia Connection.
ff Printing^
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial  Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style ,
We hava tbe moet modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and .Statements.
letterheads and Envelope,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-law*.
Shipping Tags, Circular* and Placards,
Hill* of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcement* and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out In mi
Up-to-date Printery.
Grand   Forks, B  C.
Dry* four-foot Fir and Tamarac.   Cedar and
Tamarac Posts. Prompt attention to phone orders
A. GALLOWAY, ™".™, Columbia p. o.
-the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are uf
the befit. I-et ua estimate on vour ordor. We guaranty'
Grand Forks Sun
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds,
Upholstering Neatly Done,
k. McCutcheon
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
Downey's Cigar Store
A Com rim Stock or
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Freih OonilgiimMit of
R««lf«l Wwkly.
Postoffice   Building
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
fUior Hotittif a Speoialty
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Iar Door North or Uuanuy Hotki..
First Strbkt.
Job Department
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passenger* and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tki.kphonk Al'.'!)
HiiTiiKiiroiin  Bros., Pimps.
___   YEARS'
TMM Manna
CommanTi Ac
A arms ■molng a •ketch mai snot t* inn rar
oklf MctTtnln our opinion frMwlaa.l_ii.rati
IrT.nllnn li pnnnlalr rntmnbn^Xonnilliilai.
IIOM fat riot IT PnaatlaJciltfiU.lUNDHW OD PMlMa
■,.aat ta.-av UN..,, ..'Oia..? for •aKfljnnfMUm*.
-'atoiitf token through Munn JTOfelSMva '
melanotics, fltithont mm*, u> tM
Scientific America
A bandiomoar uluaatrmtiatt woelilr. Tania—* It- '
eolation of any a.iotttl'lo journail.   Tormj few
",.iaaailft,8'l.:r. av roair.fiaaatatre prepaid.   Sold bv
' TO,. Wi'P'r ■ a.
Mrt) f> f*^ je«Bf«*«y,^yyQ»|
We carry the most tashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the onlv
office in thia section that have the
correct material for printing it. Th* • '
Sun joh otlice.


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