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Sun.
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Tenth Year—No. 27
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. May 12, 1911.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
IHE CITY COUNCIL
The mayot and Aid. Bonthron,
Davis and Smith were the only
members present at the council
meeting on Monday evening.
The clerk was instructed to notify
the British Columbia Telephone
company that tbe late city clerk had
not been authorized to order tbe installation of a pbone in City Engineer Raid's borne.    .
An application for city water from
W. W. Fee was referred to the water
and light committee.
City Health Officer Kington addressed the council in support of tbe
city properly housing the ambulance, which bad bean purchased at
a cost of $700 or 1800 jointly by the
Oranby company, the city, and by
public nonations. It was a shame
to allow the vehicle to stand out in
the sun and rain, • where it would
soon become a total wreck. If
boused at tbe smelter, it would be
of no benefit except to the Oranby
company. In bis opinion, the city
could not disclaim sufficient ownership in the vehicle to provide shelter for it. A small shed or lean-to
could be erected at little cost at the
livery barn or in the oity yard. The
chairman of tbe board of works was
instructed to make arrangements
for tbe erection of a shed for the
ambulance.
Dr. Kingston also drew the attention of tbe board to the impor
tince of a civic holiday being pro
, claimed for the purpose of having a
general cleaning up of back yards
and vacant Iota. By resolution,
' Friday, May 19, was set aside for
this purpose.
Tenders for the construction of
sidewalks on Maine, First and Second streets and Winnipeg avenue
were received from Stuart Carruth
ers, Oeo. McCabe, M. H. Burns, J.
D. Gill, Scott & Mullen, W. J. Gali-
peau and H. D. Talbot. Tbe bids
ranged from 11 to 18 cents per
lineal foot, according to the location
of tbe walks. Tbe tenders were referred to the chairman of the board
of works, who was instructed to
award the contract to the lowest
bidder.
The usual [Cumber of accounts
were ordered paid.*
Tbe chairman of the board of
works reported that tbe piling and
everything else, with the exception
of the covering, in the Winnipeg
avenue bridge were in good condition.
On motion, the mayor was instructed to interview R. Mcintosh
with a view of engaging his services
to make a thorough inspection regarding the condition of the Cooper
bridge, and to report to tbe chnir-
. man of the board of works.
The clerk was instructed to notify
the secretary ot tbe school board
that the janitor at tbe school house
had power to impound all cattle
running at large on the school
premises.
The mayor reported having appointed a special constable wbile the
circus is in the city.
The time for the return of the as
sessment roll was once more extended, thia time to tbe With inst.
Aid. Downey's curfew bylaw was
reconsidered and finally passed.
Aid. Bonthron was granted leave
to introduce a fire limits bylaw,
which   was read a first and second
time, adopted in committee, end under a suspension of tne rules passed
its third reading. The bylaw reduces the fire limits to four blocks,
bounded by Riverside and Winnipeg avenues and Main and Third
streets.
The chairman of the board of
works was authorized to order the
material and to call for lenders for
Jhe repair of the Winnipeg avenue
bridge.
The board of works was instructed to make out a valuation of tbe
two new bank buildings, and other
blocks and residences erected during
the past year, and to hand in tbe
same to the city clerk.
Cobt of Production
A correct statement of 1910 fruit
from eight acres of orchard owned by
b. F. Tussing, Fruitland, Ida. Statement as given to J. F. Littooy, consulting horticulturist of Mountain
Home, Idaho:
Boxes
Trees Apples
Jonathans 100 produced 1956
Rome Beauties 176       "       3503
W. Win.Pearmain 47       " 780
Mam. Bk. Twigs.. 18       " 371
Oregon Reds  12       " 151
Ben Davis     4       " 48
Delaware Reds ... 13       " 135
Gravenstein  15       " 294
Arkansas Blacks ..180       "       2439
Total on 8 acres 565 9677
Grades—
Extra fancy, 6048 boxes sold
for $8,164.80
Fancy, 2310 boxes sold for. 2,541.00
Choice, 1319 koxes sold for. 1,050.75
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Total, 9677 boxes 111,756.55
Average vield, 1209 boxes per acre,
$1,469.57.
Expeuse account   to be deducted
from the above as follows:
Harvesting— Per box
Boxes aud making the same 13
Packing 05
Sorting   02
Paper 02
Nailing boxes and help in packing house 03
Hauling   to  cars, loading and
bracing 02
Hauling from orchards to packing bouse 01
Picking 04
Cost   of   picking, packing   and
handling crop per box 32
Orchard expenses—
Interest on investment f  960.00
Pruning and hauling brush .     160.00
Cultivating       96.00
Thinning fruit       95 00
Spraying       80.00
Irrigating        48 00
Taxes        44.00
Propping trees          40.00
Water assessments        14.00
Repairing fences         8 00
The Matt Miller ranch, one of the
best in the valley for general farming,
was sold on Saturday last to Geo.
Faireon, who has been employed on
J. T. Lawrence's ranch for some time.
The deal was negotiated by A. B.
Hood, of the Eastern Townships bank.
The consideration has not been made
public.
The Northwest Amusement company opened its "Athletic Circus"
and other attractions for a week's
engagement near the tennis grounds
in this city on Monday last. The
company, which comprises about
150 people, came here direct from
Spokane. The manager states that
the business done here has been
satisfactory, big crowds having witnessed the two daily performances.
The engagement will close tomorrow. The feature show, "the
athletic circus," include some clever
trapeze work and otber excellent
feats of strength and agility. There
are also funny clowns and other
features tbat help bo make up a
first-class entertainment, which is
amply worth the moderate price of
admission. Tbe side attractions are
of tbe variety usually found on the
"Midway" at city fairs. They are
all worth witnessing. The merry
go-round is furnishing nmus"ment
for the children. A high le'om
mendation for the show is, that
among the large number of people,
the tough element that usually follow
circuses has been entirely elimated,
Tbe managers, performers and concessionaries are all people of respectability, and there is no need
increased police protection.
will take about three weeks to do
the enumerating," he says, "and
after that schedules will have to he
revised by the superintendents.
Tabulotion will begin about the second week in January. It will be
done in two ways, by ordinary
counting and by the use of adding
machines. We should know the
population early in October, perhaps before that."
Total $1,545.90
Per box
Orchard expense 16
Harvesting expense 32
Total cost production per box.  .48
Gross returns, 8 acres $11,756.55
Cost of pioduction     4,044.95
Net balance 8 acres.twelve-
year-old orchard   £7,111.60
State of Idaho, County of Canyon ,—
Allidavit of II F. Tussing.
B. F. Tussing, of lawful age, being
duly sworn, deposes and says that
the above statement is correct
B. F. Tussing.
Suhscrilied and sworn to before me
this 9th day of February, 1911.
Jos. Critchpikld,
Notary Public.
The Sun has two objects in view in
printing the above statement. The
cost of production in the Kettle val-:
ley is about the same as in Idaho,
consequently the profits, with an *
market, uie as great here as across;
the line. It should also demonstrate
that the American fruit market is as,
good as our own.
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of
public Works, will leave Victoria on
the 20th inst. on his second infpcc-
tion tour of the season, which will
occupy a month. He will visit Golden, Cranbrook, Fernie, Nelson,
Grand Forks, Greenwood, Revelstoke, Kamloops and tbe lower
Fraser.
Jay P. Graves, general manager
of the Granby Consolidated, has arrived in Vancou"er from a trip to
the Portland Canal district, where
be inspected the work at the Hidden Creek mines, on Observatory
inlet. He said it would be impossible to state whether the Granby
company would take over the claims
until experts had filed their reports.
Over one thousand acres of the
fertile Kettle valley lands are planted
to orchards.
Cooper Bros, have planted Lombard poplars around a portion of
tbeir ranch this spring for a windbreak.
Tbe members of the junior branch
of the Woman's Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity church beld a sale of needlework at tbe rectory yesteiday afternoon.   The event proved a success.
J. Knox Wright, secretary for British Columbia of the Canadian Bible
society, will hold a public meeting in
the Baptist church on Tuesday evening, May 23.
This may be ,of service to readers
wbo bave small gardens. In April
or early in May set forty potatoes;
in twenty put a bean in eacb, and
in tbe other twenty a pea. You
will have a good crop of peas and
beans, and tbe potatoes will be free
from disease, with an average of
thirty tubers.
Cooper Bros. thiB week received a
20-h.p. auto buggy from the east
They are now engaged in learning
the art of the ex p» rt chauffeur.
If Grand Forks could secure an attraction similar to the circus showing
here this week for the agricultural exhibition dates next fall, the "greatest
show en earth" could be promised
visitors. There is no doubt regarding
the magnitude and quality of the
exhibits of fruit, poultry and farm
products, but a few good attract ons
would add zest to the occasion.
F. H. Knight arrived in the city
last night from Spokane.
The members of the Grand Forks
Poultry association, which enjoys
the distinction of being the largest
local organization in the province,
hove commenced to mnke preparations for the annual exhibition in
tbis city next fall.
Wm. Pearce has rented W. H.
Covert's ten-acre orchard on the
Covert estate.
On June 1 the enumeration ofthe
census will commence, and particular interest attaches to it by reason
of the talk of a general election and
a redistribution of representation
previous to it. Archibald Blue,
chief census officer, is quoted as saying that all the arrangements for
taking the census are compiled.  "It
Times Have Changed
When I was young 1 used to go
adnwn the long potato row, aud
whack the weeds out with a hoe. Or,
early in the summer morn, with one
old mulo, morose, forlorn, I'd go to
cultivate the corn All through the
summer day I toiled, my raiment
reeking wet and soiled, and I was
fried and baked and broiled. And
when at night I sought my bed my
feet were like two tons of lead, and
till next morning I was dead. When
to the country I repair, and see the
wondrous changes there, I always go
up in the air. For now the farmer
surely feels like Cleopatra us he reels
along on plows with painted wheels.
He drives a large and IihiuUiiu.c team;
his   Implements aro   like  a dream;
spring seats ure spiked on every beam,
Hu blithely tills bis fertile lands, mul
never soils his lily bands, unr in the
mud and gumbo stands. His pants
are creased and show un dirt; his feet
ure by tho thorns unhurt, he often
wears a parboiled shirt. And when ;
he goes to town he makes the journey
in a brace uf shakos; his auto runs to
beat the snakes. He has a gas plant
of his own, a bathroom and a tele j
phono, and often he hus scads to loan.
Thus are the old world's changes
rung! It seems to me thut I was !
stung long, long ago when 1 was
youngl—Walt Mason,
Commenting apparently on remarks of Lewis W. Hill, president
of the Great Northern Railway company, at a luncheon in the Hall of
the Doges, in Spokane lust Satur
dao, when it was announced by the
former that part of the program of
tbe Western Development league,
recently organized at Helena, Mont.,
will be an effort to divert the stream
of emigration now pouring into the
Dominion of Canada from the United States and elsewhere to the Pacific slope country, the Spokane
Chronicle says: "It is not necessary
to 'knock' Canada to secure settlers
for the great states of tbe northwest.
Plenty of good land and abundance
of fine opportunities can be found on
both sides of the boundary; and
there are plenty of people in the
crowded districts of the Atlantic
coast and in Europe wbo would
make first-class homeseekers if tbey
only knew wbat tbey are missing by
not coming to the northwest. Don't
'knock' Canada. It is a grand land,
and it is occupied by people wbo
makes the best kind of neighbors
the United States or any other nation need desire. Butjgo after the people wbo do not know the facts about
tbe great northwest—all tbe northwest on both sides of tbe line—and
tell them of the opportunities that
await them in Washington, Idaho,
Oregon and Montana. Do that
work thoroughly and the results
will be good enough for any state."
j It should be mentioned tbat Nelson
] W. Durham, former editor-in-cbief
of the Spokesman-Review, also a
speaker, paid a high compliment to
the several governments, the railroads and commercial organizations
of Canada on the methods pursued
to encourage prospective homeseekers to settle and develop the country
districts of the Dominion. Referring especially to what is being accomplished in tbe western provinces,
he said the equal of that work has
never been seen elsewhere on tbis
continent or in the civilized   world.
The May Rod and Gun
"In ihe Land of the Mnose Bird,"
the story of a trip eleven hundred
miles by canoe and portage from thc
north shore of Lake Superior to
Hudson's bay, via the Albany river,
forms the attractive feature of the
Muy issue of Rod and Gun in Canada. The narrator is W. J. Ma-
lone, one of tbe many visitors from
the United Slates who finds in lbe
wilds of Canada advantages, from a
holiday point of view, impossible to
obtain elsewhere. Mr. Malone's
writing is full of life and his narration is brightened hy accounts of
incidents by no means usual even
in exploration trips taken so far
afield. Tbe route taken was one
few white men, apart from Hudson's buy employees, have followed,
and thu slory is the more interesting on that account. With such a
good opening the reader is led on to
the other articles and stories, and in
particular should attention he directed to.the papers nu big game
problems and tbe destruotiveness of
wolves. Accounts of western hunts
are alse good, and should interest
hunters in eastern and central Canada.
All froo miner's licenses  expire on
Muy 81.     " THE   SUN.   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
THE
FOUR FINGERS
By FRED M. WHITE,
Author ol
The. Crlmion Blind; The Cardinal
Moth; Tha Welsht of the Crown;
The Corner Home; The Slavei of
Silence; Craven Fortune; The
Fatal Do»; Netta.
(Continued.)
"If I did not know you as well as
I do." Venner snid grimly, "I should
Bay you had been drinking. Do you
mean to tell nie that you sat in this
dining room last night, and that it
was furnished in the luxurious way
you have described? Do you mean to
tell me that you sat here, opposite
our cripple friend, waiting for him
to ehoot you? Ar you perfectly certain that we have made our way into
the right house? You have no doubt
on that score?"
"Of course I haven't," Gurdon said
a little hotly. "Would there be two
houses close together, both of them
with a broken grating over the cellar? I tell you this is the same house
right enough. It was just in this
particular spot I was seated when
the lights went out, and your wife's
fertility of resource saved my life
It may be possible that the electric
frfses have not yet been repairer!
At any rate, I'll see."
Gurdon laid his hand upon the
switch and snapped it down. No
light came; the solitary illuminating point in the room was afforded
by the match which Venner held in
hie hand.
"Tbere," Gurdon said, with a sort
of gloomy triumph. "Doesn't that
prove it? I suppose that our cripple
friend took alarm and has cleared
out of the house."
"Thnt's all very well, bnt it is almost impossible to remove the furniture of a (.rent place like this In
the course of a day."
"My dear chan, I don't think it
has been Temoved in the course of a
day. Didn't you notice just now
what a tremendous lot ol dust we
stirred up as we were going over the
house? My theory is this— only
three or four of the rooms were furnished, and the rest of the house wns
closed. When I made my escape
last night, the cripple must have taken alarm and gone eway from here
ae speedily n* possible. What renders the whole thing more inexplicable is the fact that your wife could
explain everything II Bhe pleased.
But after a checkmate like this. I
don't Bee the slightest reason for staying here any longer. The best thing
we can do is to pet back to my looms
and discuss the matter over a whiskey and soda and cigar. But. talking
about cigars, will yon have the good-
nens to look at this?"
From the emptv grate Gurdon ■picked tip a half smoked cigar of a somewhat peculiar make and sham*.
"I want you to notice this little
bit of evidence," he said. "This is
the very cigar that the cripple e«ve
me last night. I can't say that I altogether enjoyed smoking it, but it
was my tip to humor him. I smoked
that much. When the white lady
came in I naturally pitched the end
of the cigar into the fireplace. In
the face of this I don't think you will
accuse me of dreaming."
More than one cigar wns consumed
before Venner left his friend's rooms
but even the inspiration of tobacco
failed to elucidate the solitary point
at issue. What had become of the
cripple, and where had he vanished
so mysteriously? Gurdon was still
debating this point over a late breakfast the following morning when Venner came in. His face was flushed
and his manner wns excited. He enr
ried a copy of nn early edition of nn
evenino- pnper in his band—the edition which is usually issued by most
papers a little after noon.
"I think I hnve discovered something," he suid. "It wns quit,, hv nc-
cident but you wiM not fail to he
interested in something in the Comet. It alludes to tlie disappearance,
of a gentlemnn enlled Bntes. who
seems to hnve "vanished from his
house in Portsmouth Square, Yon
know the name of tbe Square, of
course?"
Gurdon pushed his coffee cup away
nnd lighted a cigarette. He felt Lhat
something of importance was coming.
"I suppose I ought to know tin*
nnme of the square," lie said grimly.
"Seeing that in a house there the
night before last I nearly lost my life.
But please go on. I see you hnve
something to tell me that is worth
hearing."
"That's right,"' Venner said. "Most
of it is. in this pnper. It appears that
the aforesaid Mr. Pates is a gentleman of retiring disposition and somewhat eccentric habits. Ae far as one
can gather, he has no friends, but
lives quietly in Portsmouth Square,
his wants being ministered to by a
body of servants who have been in
his employ for yenrs. OfN necessity,
Mr. Bates is n man of wealth, or he
could not possibly live in a house
the rent of which cannot be less than
five or six hundred a year. As arid,.
Mr. Bates rnrely haves his house,
hut lust night he seems to hnve gone
out unattended, and since then, he
hns not been seen."
"*Stop n moment," Gordon exclaimed eagerly. "I am beginning to sec
daylight at last. Whnt wns the number of the house where this Bnles
lived?    I meun the  number of    the
square."
Venner turned to his paper and
ran his eye down the printed column
Then he smiled as he spoke.
"The number of the house," he
said, "is 76."
"I knew if," Gurdon said excitedly. "I felt pretty certain of it. The
man who has disappeared lived at
No. 75, and the place where we had
jour ndventure, or rather, I had my
adventure, is No. 74. Now, tell me,
who was it who informed the police
of the disappearance of Mr. Bates?
Some servant, I suppose?"
"Of course; and the servant goes
on to suggest that Mr. Bates had
mysterious enemies who caused him
considerable trouble from time to
time. But now I come to the interesting part of my story. At the foot
of the narrative which is contained
in the Comet that I hold in my hand,
is a full description of Mr. Bates."
"Go on." said Gurdon breathlessly.
"I should be little less than an idiot
if I did not know what was coming."
"I thought you would guess," Venner said. "A name like Bates implies
middle age and respectability. But
this Bates is described as young and
exceedingly good looking. Moreover,
he is afflicted with a kind of pnrnly-
siB, which renders his movements
slow and uncertain. And now you
know all about it. There is not the
slightest doubt that this missing
Bates is no other than our interesting
friend, the good looking cripple. The
only *point which leaves one in doubt
is the fact that Mr. Bates is a respectable householder, living at 75, Port-
mouth Square, while the man who
tried to murder you entertained you
at No. 74, which house, now, is ab.
solutcly empty. We need not discuss
that puzzle at the present moment.
Iiecause there are more important
things to occupy our attention. There
can be no doubt, that this men who
calls himself Bates has been kidnapped iby somebody. You will not have
much difficulty in guessing the name
of the culprit"
"I guess it at once," Gurdon said
"If I mention the name of Mart
Fenwick, I think I have snid the last
word."
CHAPTER-IX.
A  New  Phase
There was not the slightest doubt
that Gurdon hnd hit the mark. \a
far as they could see at present, the
man moBt likely to benefit by the
death or disappearance of the cripple
waB Mark Fenwick, Still it was impossible to dismiss the thing in this
casual way, nor could it be forgotten
that the cripple had actually been
present at the Grand Empire Hotel
on the night when the alleged millionaire received his message by
mAaus of the mummy finger. Therefore, logically speaking, lit was only
fair to infer that on the night in question Fenwick had not been acquainted with the personality of the cripple. Otherwise the latter would have
scarcely ventured to ahow himself in
a place where his experiment had
been brought to a conclusion.
On the other hand it was just possible thnt Fenwick hnd been looking
for the cripple for some time past.
But all this was more or less in the
air, though there was a great deal to
be snid for the conelusion «t which
the two friends had arrived,
"I work it out like this," Venner
said, after a long, thoughtful pause.
"You know all ahout the Four Fin
ger mine; you know exactly what
happened to the Dutchman Van Fort
after the murder of La Fenu. It
will be fresh in your recollection how
hy some mysterious agency the fingers of the Dutchman were conveyed
to ihis wife, though he himself was
never seen again. It Is quite fair to
infer that Fenwick has contrived to
get hold of the same mine, though
thnt dangerous property does not
seem to bave harmed him ns much
as it did the other thief. Still, we
know that he has lost nil the fingers
of his left hand, nnd we hnve evidence of the fnct thnt the vengennce
*hns been worked out in the snme
mysterious fnshion as it wn*. wcrked
out on the Dutchman. We know, too
who is nt tlie botte/n of the plot, we
know that the cripple could tell ua
all about it if he liked. Obviously,
this snme cripple is n dendlv enemy
of Fenwick's. And, no doubt Feri-
wick hns found out where to lny his
hnnds upon his mnn quite recently.
Fenwick is n clever mnn. he is bold
and unscrupulous, nnd without qucR.
tion, be set to work nt once to get
the better ol the cripple. Of course.
tbis may be nothing but a wrong
theory of mine, nnd it mny lend us
astray, hut it is nil I enn ace to work
upon   nt   present."
"I don't, think you nre very fnr
wrong." Gurdon said, "hut I am sfill
puttied nliout tho house in Portsmouth Square."
"Which house do you mean?"
Venner nsked.
"The one in which my ndventure
took plnce. The one from which the
furniture vanished  so mysteriously."
"Thnt seems to me cnpnble of an
easy explanation," Venner replied.
"There Is no' doubt tbat the man
called Bntes nnd the cripple, nre one
and the same person. You must nd
mit lhat."
"Yes. I admit thnt freely enough
Go on."
"Well, this Bntes. ns we shnll call
him. hus a large establishment nt 75
Portsmouth Square. The house next
iloor wns eniply, possibly it belonged to Mr. Bntes. He bad a whim for
furnishing a room or two in nn empty
house, or perhaps there wiib some
more sinister purpose behind it. Anyway, after you had blundered on the
place nnd lind taken your life in your
hands, it became necessary for the
man to disappear from No. 74. Therefore, he hnd thai furniture removed
at once. I daresay if we investigated
tbe house carefully we should find
that there was some means of communication between the two; at least
that is tbe only explanation I can
think of."
"You've got it," *Gurdon cried.
"Any money, you are right. But I
am sorry this man has vanished in
thiB mysterious way because it checks
our investigations at the very outset.
The last thing you wanted in. this
thing was police iiixerference. ! Now
the whole thing has got into the papers nnd the public ure sure to take
the mntter up. It is the very class
of mystery that the cheap press loves
to dwell upon. It hns all the attributes of the cause celebre. Here is
a handsome man. picturesque looking,
a cripple into the bargain, a man
leading an absolutely secluded life,
and the very laat person in the world
one would expect te have enemies.
He is very rich, too, nnd lives in one
of the finest horses in the West End
of London. He disappears in the
most mysterious manner. Unless I
am greatly mistnken, within the next
two or three days London will Se discussing this matter and the papers
will be full of it."
"I nm afraid you are right," Venner
admitted; "but I don't seo how we
are going to gain anything by telling
the police what we have found out
As you know, I investigated TRIs matter solely in the interests of the woman I love, and with the one intention of freeing her life from the cloud
that hangs over it. In anv other
circumstances I would go direct to
Scotland Yard nnd tell them everything we know. But not now. I
think you will apree with me that we
should go ouir own way and say nothing to anybody about our discovery."
(To be continued.)
Prompt Action Followed
A member of the peace committee
saw two youths fighting. He pushed
through the crowd and appealed to
the combatants to desist. "My good
young fellows, settle your disputes by
arbitration. Each of you choose half
a dozen friends to arbitrate."
"Hurrah!" yelled the crowd. "Do
as the gentleman says."
Having seen the twelve arbitrators
selected to the satisfaction of both
sides, the man of peace went on his
way rejoicing.
Half an hour later he returned that
way and found the whole street in
an uproar. -
"Good gracious I What is the matter now?" asked the peacemaker.
"Shure.   sor,"  said    a    bystander,
the arbitrators are at work."
Face Sores and Eruptions
Zam-Buk Will Quickly Heal.
The approach of Spring finds many
people with unsightly face sores,
eruptions, boils, etc. In this connection Zam-Buk is invaluable. An
illustration of the way in which it
cures even the most serioua and
chronic cases of eruptions, sores and
ulcers, is provided by Mr. R. H. Barker, of Glencairn, Ont.   He says:
"I never could have believed that
any remedy could cure so quickly and
nt the same time so effectively as
Zam-Buk cured me. My face began
to be covered with a kind of rush,
which itched and irritated. This rash
then turned to sores, which discharged freely and began to spread.
I first tried one thing and then
another, but nothing seemed to do
me much 'good, and the eruption got
worse and worse until my face was
just covered with running sores.
"Apart from the pain (which wns
very bad), my face was such a terrible sight that I was not fit to go out.
This was my state when someone advised me to try Zam-Buk. I got a
supply and within a week I could
see that the Bores were rapidly healing. A little longer, and Zam-Buk
had healed them completely, and my
skin waB as clear as if I had never
had a sore. We shall never again be
without Znm-Buk in the house."
Znm-Buk is unequalled for Spring
rashes, eruptions, children's sores,
scalp diseases, ringworm, ulcers, abB-
cesses, eczema, tetter, piles, cuts,
burns, bruises, and skin injuries and
diseases generally. All druggists and
stores sell at 50c. box, or post free
from Znm-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.
Refuse hnrmful imitations. Znm-Buk
Soap, which mny be hnd from any
druggist at 25c. a tablet, should be
used instend of ordinary soap in all
cases of eruptions and skin diseases.
"An heirloom," explained the farmer's wife to her 13-year-old boy, "in
something that has been handed
down from father to son and in some
instances highly prised."
"I'd prize these heirlooms I'm
wearing," remarked the youngster,
"a good deal more if they wasn't so
long in the legs."—Everybody's.
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China, said:
"The population ol China is so
great that two Chinamen die every
time you take a breath."
Soon a small boy at the foot ot the
class began breathing and pulling
furiously.
"What is the matter. Tommy?" inquired the teacher.
"Killing Chinamen, sir," was the
answer. "I don't like them foreigners
what me father calls aliens, so I'm
getting rid of them as fast as I can."
Father 8 was remarkable for his
ready wit. On one occasion, while
travelling on a steamboat, a well-
known sbarper, who wished to get into thc priest's good graces, said:
"Father, I should like very much
to hear one of your sermons."
"Well," said the clergyman, "you
could bave heard me last Sunday, if
you had been where you should have
been."
"Where wos that, pray?"
"In the county jail," answered the
bluff priest, as he walked away.
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but not often.
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"Did the noise that   the   burglars
made frighten you?"
"Yes, but that wasn't the worst of
it. The baby began to cry, and one
of them tried to sing him to sleep."
Hamlins Wizard Oil is recommended by many physicians. It is used
in many public and private hospitals.
Why not keep a bottle on hand in
your own home?
'Well, bow do you like your job?"
queried the inkwell to the new blotter. "Oh, I think I'll like it all
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Minard't Llnimtnt for tttt everywhere
Whitr* oilcloth is the best covering
for pantry shelves. Keep red pepper
around the edges to ward off the insects.
There are men in this world   who
simply can't get along without a boss.
There mar be other corn curei, but
Holloway'a Corn Gure stands at the head
ol the list ao far as results are concerned.
You can even get used to being a
good  example.
Trust a man if you have to.
People seem to want to invest in
everything but happiness.
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failed to get the desired effect.
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He is truly a foolish man who will
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Truth is the gnat at which a good
many people strain, and a lie is the
camel they swallow.
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•nth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u thoy cannot mm
the wet ot the disease. Catarrh ts a blood or constitutional dlMtee. end Id order to cure it you must take
Internal remedies. Hall's catarrh Cure to taken In.
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surfaces. Hall's Catarrh cure to oot a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one ol the best physicians
In this country for years and to a remilsr prescription.
It la composed ol the best tonlee -known, combined
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mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the
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INJURES HEALTH
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What You Need in Spring is
a Blood Building
Tonic
A tpring medicine is an actual necessity to most people. Nature demands it as an aid in carrying off
the impurities that have accumulated
in the blood during long winter
months of indoor life. Unfortunately
thousands of people who recognize
the necessity for a spring medicine
do not know what is best to take
and dose themselves with harsh, griping purgatives.
This is a serious mistake. Ask
any doctor and he will tell you that
the use of purgative medicines weakens the system, but docs not cure
disense. In the spring thc system
needs building up—purgatives cannot
do this—they weaken you still more,
The blood should he mnde rich, red,
pure, and only a tonic medicine can
do this. The best blood building,
nerve restoring tonic medical science
has yet discovered is Dr. Willinms'
Pink Pills. Every dose of this medi-
eine. actually makes new, rich blood.
This new blood, strengthens every or-
(ran, every nerve nnd every part of
the body. This is why Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills cure headaches and backaches, rheumatism and neuralgia,
banish pimples and eruptions, and
give a glow ol health to pale and
sallow cheeks. Men, women and
growing buys nnd girls who tnke Dr.
Willinms'  Pink  Pills  ont well,  sleep
11. and feel bright, active and
strong. If you need a medicine this
spring—and most likely you do—try
this great reviving tonic and feel the
new life, new health, and new
strength it will put into you.
Sold by all medicine dealers or by
mnil nt 50 cents n box or six boxes
for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
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la true Cowboy fashion: Shirt, fringed.
Trtniaen and Wilt
Brtinmad Bat, sises
up to 14 yeera. lt le
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to wear : just the thing
fer the coming cummer.
Lots of fun for yourself
and your pleymalee.
We glee It free lor sell-
lag oaly M.M worth of
our Beautiful Uths .
Ait Vattotrdi tt
8 lor ce. These post-cards comprise views ol
Western Canada. Love teenet,Comics, mater, Birthdays, Bait wuhec, howen. Cow*.
bojrt, ate., and are very feet sellers. We efsa
give a Oowflfl SUIt free for selling ee.H0 wort St
ef cards. Send your order for cards today
you sell them return the money end wa
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Dominion Express
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Iere eajtailt all mr tht WirU.
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to ramit money by mail.
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Faralgn Money bought and aold.
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On Sole in oil Con. Poe. Ry. Stmti.t...
One of the things calculated to
drive a man to drink il to arrive nt a
meeting place ten minutes lute, and
find that the other fellow isn't there.
"Son, I .hear you have joined the
Boy Scout movement." "Yes, dad."
"Well, s'pose you scout ahead and
see if your mother is sitting up for
inc."—Pittsburg Post.
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Published at Qrand Corks, British Columhl
vacant lots. Every citizen can
do something to make the
city more attractive.
|    Who is paying for the silly
. anti-reciprocity cartoons that
o.A.EvaNs sditor.ndPublisher are now appearing in every
 ' country paper in the province? to Her Party; I 8hould Have Had to
er to Your Favorable Consideration/
"Yes, Mr. Sharps, I Have Formed I
and Expressed an Opinion   in   This |
Case."
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Ahead and Tell It."
:'I'm Glad She Didn't   Invite   Mel
. A Hie <if this paper oan be seen at the otlice
of Messrs. K. A J. Hardy _. lie. Sll, SI and 92,
Fleet street, B.C.. London. England, free of
charge, and that firm will be glad to reoelve
subscriptions null advertisements on our he-
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The interests.
NEWS OF THE CITY
for Slodgers, the   People's
FRIDAY, MAY 12,   1911
The Kettle valley is rapidly
advancing in the fruit growing industry, and it will not
be long until it will be entitled
to be styled the premier fruit
producing district of the province. There is a general feeling here that everything in the
orchard should be up to date.
Our orchards now cover more
than a thousand acres, and
the acreage is being increased
every year. Irrigation plants
will be installed this year in
al^he bearing orchards. The
next improvement that should
be agitated by the Farmers'
institute is the installation of
orchard heaters. This spring
they have not been needed,
but in one or .two past years
they would have saved the
major portion ofthe fruit crop,
and it is just as will to be prepared for emergencies in the
future. To say that these
heaters may be required any
spring in the future to save
the blossoms from being killed
by frost, docs not imply that
our climate is not ideal for
fruit growing, because orchard heating is now a recognized necessity in all the
Pacific states south of the international boundary line.
The institute should gather
data on this subject. The Sun
understands that this is an inexpensive way of preventing late spring frosts in
orchards.
Go.
"Vote
Choice."
"I Can't Swim a Stroke, Mr.
Last week The Sun stated that it Ketohley; You'll Have to Teaoh Me."
noticed, from a circular sent it, "Delicious California Peaches."
"that the agricultural department "Buckwheat Cakes with Maple
hns secured a good array of talent! Molasses, Ten Cents."—Chicago
for the regular course of spring lee- Tribune,
tures on a variety of subjects before
the var ous farmers' institutes iu the ; Show cards for widnows'and inside
province, but Grand Forks, has been are a fine form of silent salesmen,
omitted  from the itinerary, which Make them brief, terse and  pointed
would naturally   lead one to infer
Make them
Print them
glance.
and
plainly, to be read at
tbat tbe department considers that
the farmers of this district have*
graduated in scientific farming."
Tbe Sun has siuce been informed,
that tbis oversight was the fault of j GENERAL TRANSFER WORK
the local institute instead of lbe de-1
partment.   Grand   Forks  is   being j ~
placed on tbe itiuinerary of another
corps of lecturers now being organized by the department.
W.F.ROBINSON
WOOD   AND  ICE
Fred B. McKeehan, mayor of Marcus, arrived in tho city evening for
the purpose of witnessing the circus
performance.
OFFICE AT CHALMERS* STORE
PHONF 64        GRAND FORKS, B. C.
The coke supply at the Granby
smelter is nearly exhausted. It is expected that Manager Williams will
return to the city from the north in a
few days.
Bridesville
24th of May.
will celebrate   on  the
Gene Shea's health has greatly improved since he returned to Phoenix
from Spokane.
Thomas Hamilton died Inst Satur
d iv at his ranch near Midway, from
tumor on the brain. He was about
sixty years of age and an old timer in
the district.
Eastern dispatches inform
us that Premier McBride did
not come up to expectations
in his speech at Mr. Borden's
love feast banquet to his followers in the commons and to
visiting provincial ministers in
Ottawa last Friday, and leading eastern Conservative politicians are now expressing
doubts as to the wisdom of
further pressing the invitation
held out to Messrs. McBride
and Rogers to enter the federal arena. When the easterners become better acquainted with our premier they will
probably arrive at the conclusion that something besides
boosting and trickery is required to make a national
statesman.
Geo. A. MacLeod, of Spokane, and
B. Mackenzie, of Rossland, who are
b th interest! d in th * M:Kinley mine
ii Fianklin camp, arrived in the
city this evening.
Cabbage and Tomato Plants fob
Sale—Strong, vigorous and well
hardened, grown from  extra choice
seed.    Leave orders at  N. L- Mcln-
i »
store.—
P. A. Z. Pabe.
Popular Fiction
"Yes, I Mailed lt on My Way
Downstairs, Maria."
"With Sentiments of the Highest
Esteem, I Remain, as Ever."
"I Cordially Recommend the Bear-
ADVERTISING
Are read by the people be
cause The Sun gives them
news of vital interest. People
no longer go looking about fur
things they want—they goto
their newspaper for iuforma
tion as to where such things
may be found. This method
saves time and trouble. If
you want to bring your wares
to the attention of this community, our advertising columns
SHOULD
CONTAIN YOUR
AD
'S
It is now about time to
make a start on the preliminary work for our next fair. A
number of the details can be
arranged much more systematically and satisfactorily at
present, when the members
of the association have moro
time for deliberation.than during the rush a few weeks previous to the, opening of the
fair.
Next Friday will be a civic
holiday in Grand Forks for
tho purpose of clearing away
rubbish from back] yards and
Shows and Attractions
DIRECT FROM SPOKANE
One Solid Week
Commencing
oMonday, Majr 8
12 Shows and Free Acts-. cJlferry-go-round
Brass Band •
THE  BIQ SHOW
"ATHLETIC CIRCUS*
30 cJUl-Jtar Acts
Twice Daily—2:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Near   Cricket  Grounds
New ,
Summer
Drink
Concentrated Lemonade
A pure Fruit Product.
Make a splendid Lemonade.
One bottle makes 12 glasses.
Price 20c, 3 (or 50c
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DRUGGISTS AND BTATIONER8
Dollar Goes
Long Way
a
when you buy1 your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
pf beer, mutton, lamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
business honestly upon
and give the best you can get anywhere. Our meats
are tender and delicious—our poultry fat, fresh and
tender, and our'hams and bacon fit tor a- king at
P. BURNS £& CO., LTD
Clothes   Gleaned
Pressed and Repaired
S. D. CCRRI has re-opened
the business formerly owned
by Mrs. Lew Johnson.at the
corner of Riverside Avenue
and Main Street.
C_A11 Work Neatly Done
Give us a call.
CERTIFCATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Maine Fraction Mineral Claim, situate In
thc Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located: In Brown's oamp.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Patrick J. Ilyrnc,
I Free Miners'Certificate No. B202IH, Intend, sixty davs from the date hereof, to apply to the Million- Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvement, for the purpose of obtain-
Ing aCroiio llrantof the aiiove cluim.
And further take notice that .action, under
section 117, must be commence*! before the
issuance of such CertlHcate of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day of April, AD 1911.
PATRICK J. BYRNB.
Bargains
City and Suburban
Property
$350
$3200
-176X115 PT. LOT between
Second nnd Third street*,
just above Judge Leamy'*
and K. Gaw's places; »ep*
arated from all other properties hy* 20- It.
lane: at large at* seven or elifht ordinary Iota.
adjoining lota are worth *1*'>m. would make
nice home, with sufficient ground for chickens, fruit, garden and lawn; most desirable
location in eity. _
-3S ACKKS adjoining
r|ty limits on south:
14 acres cleared: ISO
fruit trees; new four
room house: bam f<»r six horses; horse,
Mingy.double harness and N ruling Implements.   All (or |3_!U0.   Kusy terms.
-PUUR.RODM KOUSK
and thredlot* within
oue blm-ir of business
„ wutre;   lawn, shade
trees, fruit trees, berry Washes, large gun I en.
Will also sell furniture uf houi*e if desired.
One-half dish, balinot tei'iuti.
I'.j mile* from town;
'< mj-_.Ii house, phu*-
"rd: luraehimgyshed,
h Mmd;   1ft    fruit
70 bearing: __''•,•   ,i res   strawberries,
X-    clM'iii-*. ciirrauu,    H|>berr1e«: five fiom
must: the !«•»» 1 ■■""n■■" ■ .mud Orand Porks;
plenty   nf  go,»d   miter; fruit nnd  orop  In*
i luded.
$1500
160 ACRES IN FRANKLIN CAMP
2,500,00 feet of commercial
timber on property.; $.rH)0 hewn
log home; North Fork runs
throujfh land; Kettle Valley line
survey crosses property; deed
clear. $875 cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
SUN OFFICE
$2000
5 ACRES
$1500
hoii_>e. '
pit I.M . *.
er is itl
-Between a and 4 aorei
In West end of eity;
timt'Class soil, nil undercut Ivutton; small
.*■■ I* 'd and outbuilding*; well and
1 i- ce. This Ik a sacrifice, as own*
-   .cuvi! i'lty,  Terms.
$15,000;
-|80UO rash, bal
ance terms. One
oi best hotels In
the hustnexsceii
. rand Folks; now doing a profitable
bifilufl'ftii owner desires tu remove to the
BQattt This is the best bargain In tht* part
of ihe province, as there are hut seven hotel
li '-eiises in the Urand Porks, '-ity Is growing
' tiddly. No other town iu southern Hritish
(Jolumbiit has at bright future prospects.
For further information re
garding the above properties
call or address
FocusYourWants
*• Classi&ed Want Ad.,
will fill all your re.
quiremenU. They act
m __. len* which will
concentrate all your
need*, and bring them
to a perfect focus of
•atWfskctory result*.
WORK  WANTED
JKKDLKWORK wsntml M do «t homo.  Call
1   on Mrs. Wm- Keron. Second street.
PASTURAGE
GOOD PASTUKAUK lor tattle close to oity;
sale renc; ubmulace of fei-il.   For term:
apply to John Hummer, Fourth ol July creed.
SITUATIONS  WANTED
WANTED Situation as Janitor or bartender.   Address IV. J.. ileuer.il Delivery,
Orand Forks, 11. C.
FOR  RENT
CURNlSHBIi ROOMS-Apply Mrs. E.Craw-
I    Ijrd.
ley
DVKKTISINO li PACK In The Sun.the most
widely rtmil uewspaiHir lu the Kettle Vnl-
FOR  SALE
TYPRWRITBR-Ollveri
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new.    Apply Sun
rHKKK BOTTLES cold Nelson Beer   We.
I    Lion Bottling Works.
BARN AND HUUSE-The Forrester barn, *
lots ami house, In Columbia.   Apply J. H.
Plath, Box 10.
I AKOB BOTTLE Port Wine lio.  Lion Bot
tling Works.
LAND-WO acres good timothy laud.   Apply
this offloe.
t._eEvmsu,5'uA;;dFauns,bj;. s**.!5
Jp.-M'K for advertising   purposes   lu The THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
A
QRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
S. T. mull. Mamma
two Nights, Commencing   -f £\
FRIDAY,   MAY ly
The Nlbo Comedy Company
WITH
WILLARD
The Greatest Living  "Man of Mystery," Comhinerl with
MARTIN E. .JOHNSON'S     *
Famous Smith Sen Island
TRAVELOGUES
Assisted   hy   Oaa   Johnson—Native
Sonus in Costume.
Two and One-Half Hours   of   Entertainment.
Complete Change of Program Each
Night.
A Two Dollar Show at Popular Prices.
Greatest and   Hest Attraction of
its Kind en Tour.
Special Prices  for  this  Engagement
Only
25c,  50c, 75c
Seats  Now  on  Sale at  Woodland's
Drug Store.
Sooth's
hidne
NEWS OF THE CITY
Geo. Holford, who owns a ranch
adjoining the city limits on the
west, arrived in the city on Monday from Victoria, and will remain
here for a short time.
Cabbage and Tomato Plants for
Sale.—Strong, vigorous and well
hardened, grown from extra choice
seed. Leave orders at N. I.. Mclnnes' or John Donaldson's store.—
P. A. Z. Pake.
Mr. Cnss, who owns a ten-acre
orchard on the Covert estate, arrived
in the valley lust week from Mount
Vernon, Wash., for a short visit.
He intends to move here permanently in July next.
6 Year Old Girl Oared of
Kidney Trouble
Mrs. Alex Moore, of James St.,
Oxford, N.S., says: "Booth's. Kidney
Pills cured our little daughter, Chris
tina, aj>ed six years, nf many symptoms of kidney weakness. She complained of a sore hack, the kidney secretions were frequent and uncontrollable, especially at iiijjht. Her stomach was weak and her app.)»ito poor.
This caused her to have frequent
headaches,   and   the  least   exertion
 would  tire   her.
|\Ve had tried
•many remedies,
■hut she did not
limprove. Finally
lwe learned of
llJnoth's Kidney
■Pills and procured a box. In a
shorttimeshewas
well and does not now complain about
her baek, the kidney secretions have
become normal, and she plays around
the house with no apparent fatifiue
We always recommend Booth's Kidney Pills."
Booth's Kidney Pills carry a guarantee that if you derive no benefit
your money will he refunded. Booth's
Kikney Pilli are a specific for all dis
eases of the kidnevs and bladder-
Sold by all tiruffglsb., 50c lwx, or postpaid from the H. T. Booth Co., Ltd.,
Fort Erie, Ont. Sold and guaranteed
by H. E. Woodland St Co.
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.
The high price of living has
not affected our job printing
prices, We're are still doing
ligh class commercial work or
all kinds at prices satisfactory
to you.
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
good.
LONDON DIRECTORY
(1'i|li|iilie<l Amiiiiilly)
KniiMe- tradon throughout tlio worM to
oonimunlpat'edirect with KuKiuh
M ANUKACTUHKKS & DEALERS
In i-iirli clii-i nf NO(ln«    He-ill"*, holntr it OOBl*
lileto i'f»mni(.*.*.!il miiili- t<» Loudon uu<t Hi
■ubiirbit then! (rectory con tal ui iut- uf
EXPORT MERCHANTS
with thp isiiiiili* tliey titii|i, nml the t'uloiihil
Rlld Ko relit ii Miirknts they mipiily;
STKAMSHIP LINKS
nrriuiffwl miliar thn I'orts to which thoy suit,
uml iiiilii'utin^ thu approximate SuHIiikh;
PROVINCIAL TRADE XONICES
of iBti'liiiir Muiiufni'tnr'-rs, MereURUtli etc., In
the prl'M-hm' or >viticlnl towimuinl Imliiitrlu!
centre* of the Unit >il Kitm'doin-
A copy ofthe our rent edition will he for*
wnrdt>d. frolirht puld, on receipt of Pottal
4)rler for 208.
Dunleri wktiiir Air<!iic.ipK run nrivi-rtlse
their t r(iiif ctii'iU mr £1, or hirjtor ndvertlHe-
menu from £3,
THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.,
25, Ahclmroli liimo, London, E.G."
Geo. Chappie, formerly engaged
inthe plumbing businesfi here, arrived in the eity on Friday evening,
and visited with friends over Sunday. He i left on Monday forthe
annual convention of the grand
lodge, Knights of Pythias, in Kam
loops.
. Andy Reed, employed on Al.
Traunweiser ranch, is laid up with
a disabled foot, having had one of
his toes amputated last Saturday.
Rev. J..A. Petrie, B.A., of Greenwood, will exchange pulpits with Rev.
M. D. McKee, of Knox Presbyterian
church, on Sunday, May 14.
L. A. Campbell, of Spokane, (nana-
ager of the West Kootenay Power ife
Light company, arrived in the city on
Monday, and left for Nelson on the
following day.
Dennies Peone, of Danville, made
a business trip to Spokane last  week.
Mesdames Win. Stewart nnd R.
J. Gardner are attending the annual convention of the grand lodge
of the Pythian Sisters in Kamloops
this weeks.
H. A. Sheads left on Monday for
Kamloops to attend the annual convention of the grand lodge of
Knights of Pythias.
The tenth general meeting of the
western branch of the Canadian
Mining Institute will open in Trail
on May 18. All members are requested to attend.
The adult Bible clnss o Knox
Presbyterian church held an ice
cream socinl on the mnnse lawn this
evening. There wns a good attendance. Ice cream, cake and tea
were served.
Danville is without a jail building,
consequently an intoxicated wife
beater had to he confined in the deputy
sheriff's home for several hours last
week.
Jack London, that famous traveler
and author, will present his wonderful South Sea Island travelogues in
connection with die Johnson-Wilhii'd
coinpany at the opera bouse for two
nights, opening on Friday. Mav 10.
Like Burton Holmes, Lyman Howe,
Roberson and others,these travelogues
offer a class of entertainment entirely
different from the average picture
shows. Martin E. Johnson, who delivers the tiavelogues, was Jack London's companion on the eventful trip
of the Snark, which spent two and a
half years, in that far off country,
Asa Johnson will sing the songs of
the native tribes. The Johnson-
Willard company comes {n Grand
Forks with the stamp of approval of
the largest cities throughout America
and will present one of the hest popu
Iar priced attractions ever seen here.
A show lasting two and a half hours,
full of weird and interesting amusement. Willard, the man of mystery.
who shares honors with Johnson, will
have all of Grand Forks talking after
the first night. Like Houdini, Al-
bini, Hermann and other wizards, his
work will have everybody talking.
His "growing" has never been dupli
cated by any living man. His mind
reading and hypnotism is the nidst
wonderful and complete offergd by
any man in his line.
Hotel C°lin
Opposite Great Northern Station
Recently completed and
newly tarnished throughout. Conveniently located
for ruilwuy men. Kirst-
cIush accommodations for
transients. Hoard and
rooms by the week at pro-
vailing rates. Fine line uf
Wines, Liquors and Clears
alwnys In stock at the bar.
Grand Forks, B. C.
lhe O'iver Typewriter
for 17 Gents a Day!
I'li'HHi- rend the headline'over imiiin.   Then its
.'n-iii.-iiii'iiis fdunllicence will inwn upon you
An Oliver Typewriter—the standard yjjdble
writer—the mnM  highly  tier,    teil   typewriter
mi 'lie market—youra for 17 eenu    dey I
The typewriter whom* .•oinjuest of tllO com
HuTi'iiii hi.riii is a mutter nf his'o n — voiirn tut
\1 cents 11 dny: »--
The type writer 1 liar Is equipped with acorei ol
such convenleucei-i as "Tbe UillanCu Shirt"—
'■rhcKuliiiKlJL'vice,'~"The Double Rele«80,,_
"Tlns Locomotive BiW—"The Automatic
dpAcer"—"The   Automatic  Tabulator "-r"The
DisaripetirhiKlmiJeuinr"
—"The Adjustable paper FltiKerH1,-"The Scientific Louden Bed Kev-
board"—all «-S
Yours for  17
Gents a Day!
We enounced thit-
new sales plan rucutitly, just lo feel the pulse ol
tho people. Simply a small cash payment—
then 17 cents n day. That is the olau In a nutshell.
The 1 'i.Hi.it bas been suoh a deluge of applications for ninciiiues thai we nre simply astounded. *
The demand comes from people of all clusses,
all ager, nil occupations.
Tne majority ot Inquiries Ims oome^from poo-
li'iif known lin.iiici.ii standing who were attracted by the novelty of the pro 1 jo*, 'ou. An
impressive demonstration of tlie iminent-e popularity of the ollvor Typewriter
A (Hurtling confirmation *>f our belief thnt
ihe Km of Universal Type writing Is at baud,
A  Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
THE
T1)e-
H. A. Parker, of Rosslnnd, inspector of weights anrl measures
for this district, wiib in the city on
Tuesday.
Mrs. Gowland's sewing class held
their first sale of work on Mr, Gowland's lawn on Saturday last. A large
number of useful and fancy articles
wore disposed of, the sale' proving a
great success.
During the month of May a service of song will be conducted by the
pastor of the Baptist church at the
regular evening services. The Alexander Song Book will he used.
People who enjoy singing are invited
to attend and join heartily in these
services. The service will start
promptly at 7:30 p.m., and will last
^ine hour onlv.
Mothers' Day
The second Sunday in  May   hns
been   set   apart hy manv organizations on the American continent as
the dny when the membership sh.ill
in a sneciul way honor the memory
of "mother."    The adult Bible clnss
of the local Baptist Sunday school is
arranging thnt at the morning service of the church on lhe 14th   insl.
every one in the   congregation   will
.have the opportunity of joining them
in   the  observance   of     "Mothers'
Day."   The   pastor   will  preach a
sermon suited to the  occasion,   nnd
special   music   will   be    rendered,
i Every one is cordially invited   to he
.present.    Last year "Mothers' Day"
Iwa8 observed at this church at both
* the morning and   evening services,
i ThiB yenr onlv the morning   service
will be Bpeeinlly given to this idea.
SUA I.I*." TENDERS addressed I" tin-nn*l..r-
signed mul endorsed '"Tender lor Public
Hiillilliur. Urand Kinks. II. ('.." "HI be received ut tills utlice until I "** I'.M.. mi M	
llll*. Utiy.HI. 1011.   Mir  Oil'   rnllKtrilrtliill iif it
Public Building m Urand fork-, II0,
Plaill, siieeitlcntluti nml fiirtiiiif oniitrnot
nm In* m'pii .mil tortus uf lender obtalitotl **t
tbe olliee ■ f Mr. Win. Henderson, Ilcsident
Architect, Victoria, B. I'., al Iln* I'tnl Office,
liiMiul Korks uml at this llepnrlineiit.
Person*tendering are untitled Hint lenders
will not lie considered unless mude on tlie
printed fnrtns supplied, mul-Igm-d with their
actual slgiintur*-*, -lutilur their ncennntliins
uml pisaes of residence. Iiiiheenseol ilrim.,
the act'ial sliiiuitiirc. tne DAtllre of lhe oopu*
ti itinu anil iiliivi* ef rcshlciii'i* uf riich tncin-
u't' uf the IInil iniist'ht* ulveu.
Each teinlcr mlltt he nccoiiiiiHiiicil hy an
ecce|.tei! rheinie on ai-hartcreil l*alik.|iayalilc
to tlm order of the llonourahl*- th*' Minister nl
I'ohlic Work-, eiiii.il ten per cent (Ul |i c.) nf
thii'ilnoiiiit oflhe temler, whicli will he for-
fciluii if tbe persuii teuilori.itf ilectlne to enter into a contract when calleil u|ir»i to tlo
so. or fall to I'lniiiiletc the work coiitrnctcl
fer. If the Icnili'r lip not accepted thp chci|lic
will lie returned
I'ht* llpliiiitlnput flues nol hlml Itself  tn oc-
cent the luwest or nny tender.
llv older
R.C. pBSROOHBRS,
Secrl'tuty.
Deiiumii' ni of I'ulillc IVork«.
iifuwn. Aiiril_IS.mil.
Newsimners will not be |iftl*l for  this ndvpr-
tlscuipiil If tlioy Insert It Without tiulhorlly
floin the llel'intinelil.
CHURCH SERVICES
Hoi.v Trinity Ciiuiicii,Henry Steele,
Hector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
anil sermon, It a.m.; evensong and
serimn, 7l30 p.m.; Sunday school, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at.
lthe 11 a.m. service as well us nt S
a ni.    Weekday and spflcUl   services
aa they are announced from time  to
time Yuu are cordially invited lo
worship with us, and we would lie
please 1 to met you.
Knox   Presbyterian   Gntmon—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7:110 p.
: m.; Sabbath Bchool antl Bible class  at
9:40 a.m.     All   are cordially invited.
Seats free. Ucv. M. I). McKee, pas-
| tor. ■
Methodist Chuiich J. Hev. Cal-
' vert, D.D,, Pastor,■—■Sunday services,
111 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;Sunday school,
|2:30 p.m.; Epworth League, Monday
I at 8:00 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wed-
I nesdays, 8 p.m.; Junior League, 1'Yi-
days, 7:00 p.m. Everybody will be
| welcome.
Baptist   Church,    Kev.   II.   W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
Iat   11  a. in. and  7:30 p.   in.:  Bible
class and Sundav school  at 2:80 p.m.
OLIVER
The StandardVisible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter Is a monev-innkcr
rlRlit innn the word "toil" Su eHSV to run Hint
heelimers noon cut In Ihe "ex|iert" class. Knrn
ns yuu learn. Let ihe machine rny Hit* IT cents
a any—ntnl nil above that is vuurs.
Wherever you htc, there is wurk In he dune
and money to he mnde hv iikIu^ thc Oliver. The
business world Is calling fur ullver operators.
There ure uut enough to supply the demand
Tiieirialnrles nre considerably above those ol
many clnssesuf workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
Tiiiit Is tlio battle nry tmliiv. Ae bave iiihiIi
tin* Oliver supreme fit iisetulnoea and abHoltitoly
indlHpeiiwible in tni-lin*8s. Nuw cornel thu eon
qii(-8i uf tiie home,
i'ho simplicity mul siu-n^tli ofthe Oliver lit li
for family ust*. it fs bccomliifr an Importnni
fai-ior in the hojne training of young people.
An educator as well us n money nink<*r.
Our new selling plan puts the (diver on the
threshold of every home iu Ameriea, Will von
oioao tbe door oi your homo or ottice on this re-
uiar|f able Oliver offer?
Write for fnrther details of our easy oiler mid
a free copy of tne new Oliver catalog.  Address
The Oliver Typewriter Company
'er Typewriter Ruildiug,
CHICAGO. ILL.
COLUMBIAN   COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Receive hoth Ladles and Gentlemen as resident or day students; has a complete Commercial or llusliicss (jnorso; prepares stu-
dniitsto train Teachers' Certitioates ol all
irrades; irlvns the fotn .veins' course for tht
II. A. ileiiToo, uml the Hrst yenr of the Schoo
of Science course, in alHIiatioii with the To
ronto University; has a speeiul prospectors-
course for miners wiio worh lu B.C. In-true
lion is also irlven lu Art, Music, Physlestlctil
turn and hlociitioii. Term opens Sept. II.
lOUS,   Kor t'alendars. etc, address
I (ll.l.'MHIANt'O'.i.K.lK
Mining Stock Quotations
Boston, April 'JT.—Tlm follow.
oils iuv tmliiy's opunlng quotationa foi
'lio Btooka inonti iht'il:
Aski'il.        lliil
(iruiil)v Connolldiited,    46.00   8800
H. C." Copper      7,26    ^.60
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, April '27.—.Silvor.O-'H
stiiiiilitril copper,$ 11. (i0(« 11.75, steady.
London, April 27.—Silver, li-IA
lead, £12 18s 9d.
Soma businef". men nre po fond of
being deceived thnt they even endeavor to believe thut they can reneh
the consumers of thin tlistriet without advertising in The Sun.
COPPER^
HANDBOOK
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190G.)
Is a tluzon liooks in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a praeical book, useful
lo all and necessary to most men en
staged in any branch of the coppes
industry.
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
Knglish without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4636 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the property,
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be tbe
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the fads it gives hiin about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics*
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is §5 in Buckram witli gilt
top; 87.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, -and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postolfice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
NT ll-llililhle Dominion l.'ilnls within the
Kinlwiiy Melt of llritish Columhia may he
■linliiesteniieil h.v any person who Is the hend
of a family, or any male over eighteen yeurs
of ant', to the extent of one-quarter section
of ISO aeres, more or less.
Kutry must he made personally at the local
laud office for the distrlot in which the latui
issitunte.
The homesteader is rciiuircd to perform
the conditions coiuie.ted therewith under
one of the follow inf.' plims:
(1} At least six mouths' residence upon und
cultivation of the land lu each yeur for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the father I.
deceuscd), of the homesteuder resides upon u
furin iu the vicinity of the lnnd entered for.
the requirements us tn residence muy lie snt.
fsfled hy such person residlni. with the father
or mother.
(.) If the settler hns his permanent resi*
denco upoiifnrmini. lund owned hy him In
the vicinity of his humesteud, the require.
incuts us to resilience muy he siitisfled hy
residence upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should lie
given thc Commissioner of Dominion l.nnds
ut Ottawa llf intention tu lipply for patent.
foul Coa] mining rights innv Im lensed
fur ii period of twenty-one years at au annual rental of $ 1.IKI per acre. Not more thnn
li.toWaorei shnll he leased to one ii.ilividu.il or
eollipuny. A royalty lit the rute of five cent,
per ton shull he collected on tin, men-hunt-
uhli- coul mined.
«'. W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.ll. Unauthorised publication of this
advertisement will uut he paid fur. THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS.   B. C.
It is a terrible thing lor one man
to be right when all the world is
wrong. What an awful responsibility it puts on him. And yet how
many of us daily assume it without
a quiver.
AFTER
SUFFERING
JEARS
Cared by Lydia E. Pink-
ham'sVegetableCompound
Fox Oreek, N.B.—" I hare always
had pains in the loins and a weakness there, and
often after my
meals in y food
would distress me
and oause soreness. Lydia E.
Hnkham'sVege table Compound has
done me much
good. I am stronger, digestion is better, and I can walk
with ambition. I
have encouraged
many mothers of
families to take it, as it is the best remedy in the world. You can publish this
In the papers" - Mrs. William
Bouhque, Fox Creek, N.B., Canada.
The above ts only one of the thousands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received by the
Pinkharr. Medicine Company of Lynn,
Mass., which prove beyond a doubt that
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate diseases of women after all other means
have failed, and that every such suffering woman owsb it to herself to at
least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial before submitting to an operation, or giving up
hope of recovery.
Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass.,
invites all sick women to write
her for advice. She has guided
thousands to health and her
advice is free.
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Many a man who is willing to be a
scoundrel would object to being called
one.
Minard's    Liniment   Cures   Dandruff
Five thousand Japanese joined in a
lantern celebration of Washington's
birthday at Honolulu.
For Skin
Health
A lifetime of disfigurement and suffering often
results from improper
treatment of the skin or
neglect of simple skin affections. Cuticura Soap,
assisted by Cuticura
Ointment, affords the
purest, sweetest and most
economical method of
caring for the complexion,
preventing minor eruptions from becoming
chronic, and speedily dispelling severe eczemas and
other torturing humors,
itchings and irritations,
from infancy to age.
Ctltloum Soap sett Ointment nre sold by
slrusslsts everywhtrs Potter lints a t hem.
*Joro„ Sols Props., llostoo. Muss. Mslled free,
cutlours u*iok ou tbs care ol sain sad scalp.
BUY COCKSHUTT DRILLS
ENGINE GANG, NEW JEWEL AND OTHERS-SEE DEALER.
Preponderance of Evidence
"Sorry," said the constable, "but
I'll have to arrest ye—you been driving along at the rate of fifty miles
an hour."
"You are wrong, my friend," said
the driver. "I say I wasn't and here's
it ten-dollar bill tliat says I wasn't."
"All right," returned the constable,
pocketing the money. "With eleven
to one against me, I ain't goin' to
subject the country to th' expense of
a trial."—Harper's Weekly.
Nature's Cure
for a Cough
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine Is tke Most Largely Imitated
Medicine in the Country.
What to give the children for croup
and colds is the problem mothers now
have to solve. Most of them Anally
decide on Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine, and make it a
rule to always have some in the
house.
In this medicine are linseed, turpentine and other well known ingre-
clients of unmistakeable value in the
cure of colds. It is pleasant to take,
so much so that children delight to
use it.
So generally is this great medicine
used that several imitations have
been put on the market. All alike in
name only. They are not made from
the same formula, nor do they bear
the name of Dr. Chase.
You know what you ean expect
from the use of Dr. Chase's Syrup of
Linseed and Turpentine, but you cannot put much faith in an imitation
which sells on the reputation of the
article it imitates.
On every bottle of the genuine will
be found the portrait and signature
of A. W. Chase, M.D., the famous,
Receipt book author. This is for your
protection and for the protection of
your children. Be sure to get the
genuine, even if it costs a few cents
more, 25 cents a bottle, family size
60 cents; all dealers or Kdmanson,
Bates & Co.,1 Toronto.
The world must be getting better,
for God still lets us tinker at it. He
would possihly take it away from us
if we hadn't improved it any since
He gave it to us.
A Safe Pill for Su If erers.'—There are
pills that violently puree and fill the
stomach and intestines with psin. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are mild and effective. They are purely vegetable, no
mineral purgative entering into their
composition and their effect is soothing
and beneficial. Try them and he convinced. Thousands- can attest their great
curative qualities because thousands owe
their health and strength to timely use
of this most excellent medicine.
Hew to the line, but see that the
line is in the right place.
Not every spinster is sorry.
Minard's Llnimtnt relieves Neuralgia
A strange fact about coal is that it
is always delivered to both the buyer
and the cellar.
Sweet and palatable. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator is acceptable to children and it does its work surely and
promptly.
Hundelcbenversicherungsgesellschaft
is the name of a new business concern
in Frankfort-on-the-Main. It means,
in commercial English, the Company
tor the Insurance of Dogs' Lives. A
dachshund would just fit that title.
Cats have nine lives, and so may get
reduced rates.—New York Press.
FROM EVERY CORNER
OF THE DOMINION
COME REPORTS OF CURES MADE
BY DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.
W. N. U.. No. 131.
Magdalen Islands, Quebec, tell of
Mrs. Cormier, a sufferer for six
years, who was mad* a new woman
by Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Amherst Island, Haviy Auliert,
Magdalen Islands, Que., (Special).—
That suffering women iu nil corners
of Canada are being restored to health
by Dodd's Kidney I'ills is shown in
the press every duy, and this island
is not without its striking example.
Mrs. Peter 0. Cormier, a well known
and estimable resilient tells tlie following story of her eure:
I "For six years I suffered with Ulieu-
,mutism, Backache and Nervousness.
I could not sieep nor eat. and 1 was
always tired. My limbs were heavy
and I hnd a dragging sensation ucross
the loins.
"Hearing of cures by Dodd's Kid-
.ney  Pills I decided    to    try    them.
Seven boxes made a new woman ol
me."
For a score of years Dodd's Kidney Pills have been in use in Canada. They have been tried in thousands of cases and there is not on record a single case where they have
failed to cure diseased Kidneys
Thousands of Canadian men and women will tell you they owe their good
health to Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Leftover cereals need not be wasted.
They are excellent fried like mush
and eaten with syrup or honey.
ShiMiGure
etuelUy slope soughs, sane eolds. hem.
the  throat aad  lungs. •   •   •  U 	
If you ruh your hands with a piece
of celery after peeling onions it will
quite remove the unpleasant smell.
Sleeplessness.—Sleep is the great restorer and to be deprived of it is vital
loss. Whatever may bo the cause of it,
indigestion, nervous derangement or
mental worry, try a course ol Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills. Br regulating the action of the stomach, where the trouble
lies, thoy will restore normal conditions
and healthful sleep will follow. They
exert a sedative force upon the nerves
and where there ia unrest they bring
rest.
Every  time your  anger comes  up
your horse-power goes down.
Mahogany, or any other colored
wood, may be darkened by polishing
with cold drawn linseed oil.
The merits of Biokle's Anti-Consumptive
Syrup as a sure remedy for coughs and
colds are attested by scores who know its
power in giving almost Instant relief
when the throat is soce with coughing
and the whole pulmonary region disordered in consequence. A bottle of this
world-famed Syrup will save doctor's bills
and a great deal of suffering. Price its
cents, at all dealers.
If tt)c world isn't better for your
having liyed in it, It ought to help
some when you get out of it.
A man hardly ever has to give, up
money in order to square himself with
his conscience.
Special Notice
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND A6ENTS.
Agents Wanted by B. SHRAQQE,
306 Princess St., Winnipeg, to pur.
chase for him scrap copper and brass,
cast and wrought iron, old rubber
boota and shots and crown lager
quart, pint and whiskey bottles.
What you like about a woman is
you never know what she is going to
do; and what you don't like about
a man is sometimes yon do know.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
Your druggist will refund money 11
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 dayi.   Mo.
If the coal Are is low throw on a
tablespoonful of sugar and it will be
more easily brightened and rekindled.
Canada Cement Company, Limited..
Annual Report of the Board of Directors.
TO THE SHAREHOLDERS'.
Your Directors beg to present herewith the annual statement of the affairs and financial position
of the Canada Cement Coinpany, Limited, as of the 31st December, 1910. .
In presenting the Balance Sheet, we call attention to the Company's strong financial position
as disclosed by the large amount of cash on hand, and other quick assets, and the comparatively
small amount of current liabilities. After providing for interest on our Bonds and Dividends on our
Preferred Stock for tlie year, we have been able to set up reserves -for depreciation, extraordinary repairs and renewals, bad debts, etc., and carry forward a substantial balance to 8urplua Account.
The consumption of cement during the post year was not as large as anticipated. Our business
also suffered on account of the Railways not being able to meet our full requirements for cars during
the heavy  shipping  season;  consequently,  we  carry over from last year 781,116 barrels of cement.
Early in 1910 the price of our product was fixed at a lower price than cement had ever been
sold for in Canada, excepting for a short period in 1909, but your Directors are pleased to state
that the anticipated savings in manufacturing and distributing our products were such that they were
able to still further reduce this price.
We trust, when you consider the above mentioned conditions, and also the fact that during 1910
our plants were only operated to 67.6 per cent, of their capacity, the profits shown will be satisfactory
to the Shareholders.
During the current year we look for a larger natural demand, which demand will be stimulated by continuing to manufacture a strictly high grade article, and by selling it at the lowest possible price. This anticipated increase will enable us to operate our plants to better advantage than in
the past, but we do not expect that the demand will be sufficient to enable us to put into operation
either of the two plants which have been idle since the organisation of this Company. However, it is
confidently expected that the increased demand, and increased output, will^ result in further savings
in the cost of manufacture and distribution, and it is the policy of your Directors to give your customers the benefit of these reductions.
The Shareholders' profits will depend on the increased volume of tlie Company's business, the
policy of the Company being the maintenance of such a stable position as will insure regular and
uniform payments of interest on its bonds and dividends on its Preferred Stock, and at the same time
be in a position to withstand any unforeseen emergency that may arise consequent on business depression or otherwise, which condition naturally necessitates the accumulation el, and the maintenance
of, a large cash reserve.
It is also the policy of the Company to equalize the price of cement throughout Canada in so
far as tlie physical conditions make such possible, and in furtherance of this policy, your Directors
have arranged to purchase a site near Winnipeg, on which they will erect, this year, a mill to grind
clinker, which clinker will be shipped from one of our Eastern mills. The buildings, machinery, etc.,
will be planned so that, should it at any time in the future be advisable, a Burning Department can
be added, and the clinker produced on the property.
And further, an agreement has been entered into whereby this Company expects to acquire, in
the near future, a properly at Exshaw, which, added to our Calgary plant, and tlie projected plant at
Winnipeg, will put us in the position of anticipating any extraordinary growth in the consumption of
cement in thc Great West.
With a view of educating the public, and popularizing tlie use of cement, in addition to the ordinary advertising, thc Company has published a small book illustrating some of the many uses to
which cement may be put, for whicli book there has been a great demand, 25,000 applications for same
having been received during tile past six months.
For the purpose of stimulating interest in the Company on behalf of the Employes, both in
efficiency and cheapening production, as well as crenting a feeling of mutual goodwill, your Directors
deem it expedient to introduce a system, already adopted bj several large industrial corporations with
beneficial results, viz., to enable employes to become the possessors of Preferred and Common Stock
at prices which will bc attractive to them, thc employes pnying a fixed amount per share per month
out of their earnings, and the Company carrying the stock for them, charging a rute of 5 p.o. interest. If the plan is put into effect, all dividends will be credited to the employees applying for the
stock. Snid stock will be held in trust for tlie employe for a term of five years, excepting in exceptional cases, such as death, when his heirs will receive what benefit a deceased employe has derived
from subscribing to the stock.
Your Directors feel thnt thc policy, as herein outlined, will, as nearly as possible, make the interests of the consumers, the employes, ond the shareholders identical, and will inure to the most enduring and beneficial results for all concerned.
All of which is respectfully submitted,
On behalf ol the Board of Directors,
WILLIAM C. EDWARDS.
President. THE  SUN.   GRAND   FORKS,   B. ft.
•'.•
A GERM PROMOTER
Major Crofoot Meets a Rival With
a Scheme.
PATIENTS FOR ALL DOCTORS.
tanned Affllotlont te Bt Turned Loot*
Without Openers—The Major, Aokod
( to Finance tht Projoot, Turnt It
Down and Sadly Refloats.
' By M. QUAD.
(Copyright, Ulo, by Associated Literary
Preaa.]
MAJOR CROFOOT. grand promoter of aome of tbe grand
eat enterprises on the face
of tbe earth, rat In hla office
and shivered. It waa cold, and tbere
■eras only a handful of coal, lt was tbe
■winter (morning) of bis discontent
For a week only one person bad enter-
ad hla olliee, and that was a man wbo
bad a scheme to grow legs under a
brick and make a augar beet of lt. and
be had refused to Invest a dollar In
any other enterprise.
The major waa wondering If be could
apart another leg of bla deak to keep
tbe Are going when bis office door
opened wltb a bang and a brisk little
man entered and helped himself to a
cbalr. and, rubbing bla hands together,
he began:
"Grandest scheme ever originated In
the brains of man and will make you
a millionaire In a year, Tbe position
of vice president la open, and I offer
It to yoo at a salary of $60,000 a year.
All you've got to do Is to ride around
In an auto and smoke flfty cent cigars.
Major, can yon raise $5,000?  Bell yoar
.
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BtxteXiiTT ronton obdwd to skidoo.
laat shirt to get It Bell your body to
the doctors If needs be, bnt get the
dough and coma lo with me."   "
"Sir, I don't know yoo." stiffly replied tbe major.
"Bank   references  from  432 .banks
and twenty-eight state governors. Rat-
ad In tbe books aa good tor ten millions.   Can yoo raise $3,0007"
I "Are yon a promoter?'
"Fidelity Johnson, air, who haa pro-
noted sixty-four different schemes and
made eacb and every one a howling
success. Began on 30 cents two yeara
ago and am now worth $30,000,000.
Hoot* Cristo and Oolcondo won't be
in It wltb me two yeara hence. Major.
do yon want to roll In gold and wallow
In diamonds? If ao come In with F.
J,—named Fidelity by my mother became abe alwaya found the cake gone
when sbe got back. Can yon raise
|1.000-Joat a little thousand?"
"But I'm a promoter myself," replied
the major.
"Ob, no, you're not Ton are not Z
In tho promoting business. Yon Joat
think yon are. Can yoo raise $500—
$300-aye. $100? if yoo can tbe position Is yours. Fifty thouaand a year,
and we aball Insist that yoo smoke at
least ten good cigars a day and wear
a fnr coat In winter. Major, come Into
tbo Canoed Germ company and wallow in wealth."
Majtr Crofoot Resents.
"I don't like yonr talk, sir. Ton
•eem to take me for a hayseed."
"Tbe Canned Germ Company la what
It's name Implies. Your bedroom,
thia office, tbe rooms of almost every
bouse In tbo land, ara full of germs-
germs of fifty different ailments. Tbey
neat Tbey fly abont They multiply.
Yoo breathe them ln and bave pneumonia, typhoid, etc. Tbe little germ
doea It major; he aura doea. Rid yoor
rooma of tbe germ and yon rid yoor
aelf of disease. No more drags; no
more doctors. Do yon begin to see,
ah?"
"I promoted tha Arctic Circle Strawberry Raising company." aaid tho
major aa be straightened np.
"Mere nothing, air—mere nothing.
Dr. Cook came back al Jnst the crucial moment and reported that arctic
atrawlierrlea bad a ponkluy taste, and
your wbola scheme fell down. It
wasu't like canned germs, air. No
chance for Dr. Cook to spoil os. He
went for the pole, and we go for the
germs. No clashing of Interests, yon
ate.   Major, can yon raise $50-$__S-
•ior
"I'm a promoter, not an Investor!"
almost ahonted the major.
"Ah, wbat an opportunity—what an
opportunity?" exclaimed F. D. as bo
loaned back, but still rubbing his
hands together. "Bnch a tblng comes
bnt once In a lifetime. Salary $50,000
a year, and yon get a pay envelope
every fifteen minutes If you want It
Capitalists lift their bata, bankers
bow, John D. cornea to yon for advice. A-h-h-bl 1 mid $10. major, but
can you raise tha bait of tbat? Haw
•boot $2_Bor*
"Ion can't string mt, and yoo
needn't waste your breath!"
"And I haven't yet told you all about
eanned germs, major. Wa use vacuum
to draw 'em up. They've got to come
or It polls their .bind lega off. We get
'em by tbe handful, tbe pint the peck,
the barrel. 0 Lord, but we do get
'emt Tbe suction brings 'em right lo.
No osa ln- getting a toe hold aod pulling back. And. when we've got 'em,
what tben? Ab, that's tbe whole beautiful scheme! it's where our dividends come from Major, bow many
doctors In the United Statea alone?"
Still Silent
The major gave him a desperate
look, oot no reply.
"These doctors moat bave patients—got to bave, got to have.
Where get tbem wben no one is III?
Why, from the Canned Germ company. One can of germs let loose ln a
neighborhood Is warranted to bring
flfty patients. Fifty patients mean
$1,000, and tbere you are. Major, ran
you raise GO cents. 25 cents? Can you
sell tbat shirt wblcb you bave on and
which Is probably your only one for
15 cents?"
"That's an Insult sir!" shouted tbe
major as be Jumped to bis feet
"If you only could, major—If you
only could! Gold to wallow ln, aod
yet you can't wallow! Greatness to
be achieved, and yet you linger down
among tbe little fellers! Fifty thouaand dollars a year, and yet you don't
seem to want It! Almost 2,000,000 doctors and more coming. Tbe Canoed
Germ company will make fortune* for
tbem If tbey will only follow liistroc-
tlona. You can open a can wltb your
flnger nail. No can opener to get out
of order at the critical moment Open
tbe can, abut your Una and away go
the germs! Next day tbe doctor Is
sent for. Cans are marked from No. 1
lo No. 37. according to tbe germ wanted. Can't be any mistake and mix op
the asthma germs with tbe typhoid
Major, have yon oven got 10 cents?"
Tbo major hadn't He bad only nine
It was an outrageous Insult to ask btm
If he bad tbe otber, and be so considered It and shouted:
"This la my busy day, sir!"
"Bnt we only figured on the number
of doctors lo tbe United States." continued the brisk little man. "Take the
world over, aod wbat woold you make
tbe number?"
"1 won't estimate, atrl I don't care,
alri"
Refuses tt .Came Down.
"I make tbem not far from 40.000,-
000. major. I am always conservative
lu my estimates. Forty million dot-
lorn, and each one buys tblrty-srveD ol
our fanned germs per year. Tblnk ot
It, major!"
"I won't do It!"
"Tbe profit on each can la SO cents."
"I don't ean a rap!"
"And you can see wbat the gross
mm amounts to. Wa aball have to bave
hogsheads made to bold tbe mooey.
Major, how long woold It take yoo to
count a million dollars?"
"I wouldn't try. Haven't I told yoo.
alr"-
"The Canned Germ company. Physl
clans supplied on the quiet with germs
of typhoid, pneumonia, malaria, asthma, tuberculosis, cholera, yellow fever
and thirty otber aorta. Every can
brings at least 100 patients to tbe
doctor, and tbe profit to tbe company
la 50 cents.   Major Crofoot"-
"I say get out o' this!" screamed tbt
major as be opened tbe door and beld
It open.
"And yon haven't got even 10 cents
to come In nn tbe ground floor!" almost
walled F. J. as be rubbed bis bands
some more and took his departure
And wben be bad departed aod the
door was locked behind him Major
Crofoot sat down and abed tears tbst
tbere waa one mora foil of guile tban
he. 	
Two girls, aged six and live year*
respectively, the daughters of English
parents residing in Strathcona, Alberta, traveled recently all the way
from England unattended.
They were put on the train at Shef.
field labelled like parcels oi merchandise. A broad leather belt surrounded the waist of each, with painted
letters reading. "To Mr. M , H	
Strathcona, Alberta, per S.S. Empress
of Britain, care ol Canadian Pacific
Railway."
The little pilgrims arrived safely
with a cartload of toys, given to them
by the passengers on the boat, with
whom tney became great favorites.
New Government Buildings.
Samuel Hooper, provincial architect
tor Manitoba, is preparing plans for
new Government buildings, to cost
over $3,000,000, according to estimates.
The proposed buildings include new
legislative buildings, a new agricultural college and a new asylum at
Brandon, to replace that destroyed by
fire about six weeks ago.
If Improperly cooked
beef kidneys are a
coarse dish, but when
carefully prepared they
make an excellent stew,
ltemove all superfluous
fat trim tbem aud cut
them into chunks. Let
tbem soak ln cold salted water for about an
hour. Rinse tbem very thoroughly and
then set them over the Are In fresh
cold water. When they come almost to
the boiling point and begin to show
scum on tbe surface pour off tbe water
and add fresh cold water. A better
way, If one haa time, la to remove tbt
kidneys, put them ln a new pot or lay
them aside a moment until the pot they
were cooked ln haa been thoroughly
washed out. Then pnt them back. In
order to get tbe strong flavor out of
this meat It la necessary to remove aa
much scum and blood from lt as possible. Let them reheat In water a second time. Tben pour off tbis second
water and treat aa before. It may be
necessary, to do It a third and a fourth
time also. Wben the atage la reached
ln which the water la quite clear and
free from scum cut up one or two
onions—a good sized one for every kidney—one or two small carrots and one
or two potatoes. Pnt tbem into tbe
water around tbe meat and cook slowly for 'about two hours or ontll a
gravy Is formed. Borne cooks add a
little lemon Juice or part of tbe yellow
peel of a lemon to the stew. Tbe car-
rota and onions may be left ont and
tbe kidneys stewed by themselves, the
gravy being flavored only wltb a tiny
glaaa of wine and lemon Juice.
Potato Cake.
Two cnpfuls of sugar, two cupfnls
of flour, one cupful of butter, one
large cupful of English walnuts, one
cupful ot potatoes, masbed and seasoned, ready to serve; one and one-
half cupfula of chocolate, grated; one-
half cupful of milk, five egga, using
all the yolka aud wbltea of three,
keeping two whites for boiled frosting; two teaapoonfuls of baking powder, one eacb of clovea, clnnamoo. allspice and nutmeg, one each of lemon
aud vanilla. Bake either In loaf or
layers. Cream butter and sugar. Add
milk, then yolks of eggs, beaten high;
tben potatoes, soft spices, chocolate
and baking powder ln flour, and add
to egga and butter. Tben add beaten
wbltea and lastly tho nuta. Will keep
fresh for a week or ten daya.
Split Pea Sou*.
For split pea soup, ao good In thia
cold weather, soak a quart of split peas
overnight In the morning put tbem
on the atove In plenty of fresh cold
water, about foor times as much water
aa peaa. Add a large piece of salt
pork, half a good aimed carrot a good
slsed leek, two potatoes of medium
else, one root of parsley, ooe teaspoonful of thyme, one large turnip, a
bunch of celery tlpa, a large slice of
bread and aalt aud pepper to taste.
Let the soup boll all day, adding fresh
water aa lt bolls down. Strain before
serving. 	
A Pino Sauce.
Apples and cranberries are very
good cooked together, abont balf and
half. Let a quart of tbe mixture cook
with about a cupful of water or Just
enough to prevent burning. At tbo
end of twenty minntea add two cup
fnla of granulated sugar and let the
mixture cook for about ten minutes
more. Turn Into molds and serve
wben cold. Tbe apples seem to mellow tbe berries, and tbe sauce will be
preferred to one entirely of berries by
those wbo do nol like tbe sharpness
of the latter when cooked alone.
WHAT'S IN A HAME?
Funny Things Yeu Didnt Know About
Our Nomenclature.
Surnames are not what they seem,
and some of the most distressing contain a wealth of meaning.
Take, lor example, the surname with
which many people think they are
r-ursed—8nooks. This, by no means,
seems to be an imposing cognomen;
but, as* a matter of fact, it is a name
of great antiquity, and one of wliich
nobody need be ashamed. In realitv,
it is a contraction of "Sevenoak." It
was first corrupted to Sennocs, which,
in l.a turn, was corrupted to Snooks
ol to-day.
The original bearer of the name of
Legless was so called merely because
he was a lawyer. Originally, the name
was spelled Laegless, the expression
signifying "learned in the law."
Strangely enough. Lawless is derived
from exactly the same source, and
signifies exactly the opposite to its
apparent meaning.
Take the case of the surname Heart.
It is really a corruption of Hard,
which was a name given to show
that the owner waa a man of firm
character and resolute bearing.
. 9n^,n'U81 eIttend P**y W the poor
individual burdened with such a name
as Gumboil. Yet those who possess
the name may be interested to know
thst it, too, has nothing at all to do
with any part of the anatomy. It
denotes that its first bearer was a man
of considerable importance snd great
power in the state. It is derived from
the Norse word "gunbald," which it-
self has nothing to do with any affliction, but means "bold in war."
It is quite wrong to assume that
the name of 8mith is derived from
the fact that the original bearer9 were
workers in metal. In reality, Smith is
a very fine old name, far more ancient
than Anglo-8axon. The oldest-known
bearers of the name were brewers,
and it was in use many thousand ol
years ago in mighty Egypt.
Such names as Swearing and Gambling show how the original meaning
has become corrupted.i Swears and
Swearing are derived from the o.der
Sweor, which comes from an Anglo-
Saxon word meaning "honorable"
"Gambling comes from Gamling.
which comes from a Norse word sig-
nifying "old descent." The ending
'ing" to  a  surname  simply   mean.-
son   of."   Thus,    Browning   mean-
son    of    Brown,"    and    Dunning.
Dunn's son."
Apparestly, a very Ignoble surname
is tremble, a name which might niakt*
one imagine that the ancestor ol Mr.
Tremble was a craven-hearted creature. Still, the exact opposite is lhe
case, for the name is only a corruption of the ancient word "trumbald."
which signifies "steadfast and bold."
Any individual rejoicing in the
name of Mr. Earwig may be proud in
the fact that originally the name
meant the "boar of battle." The surname Mouse denoted at first a man ol
great courage; while Mr. Ratt gels
his name from the tact that the first
bearer of the name was a wise person,
who gave "counsel" to the king.
Goose, Gosling, and Jocelyn are cor
ruptions of a word which originally
denoted" the "Goths." Tbe first Mr.
Gander was an individual called "the
wolf"; while the original Mr. Duck
was a "doughty" man.
No; surnames sre not whst they
seem. For instance, Lind appears tn
be a somewhat charming name; al!
the same, it is derived from a T*-u
tonic word meaning a "snake." The
apparently quiet and harmless sur-
-nm" Wren comes from a word whir-h
denotes "rapine." Then, Fish, though
such an innocent name in appearand-,
originally meant "impetuous." That
common surname Haddock is derived
Irom a word meaning "war."
Never judge a person from his
name!
Tta Wafers.
For tht Virginia wafers tbat ara
served with afternoon tea and other
light repasts work a couple of table-
spoonfuls of butter Into two cupfuls
of flour and mix ln enough Ice water
to make a stiff paste. Then put the
dough on to a floured board and roll
Into a very thin sheet—It should be little
tbtPter tban paper—and cut ln rounds
with a saucer. Bake In a quick oven
on a floured nan. Thc wafers should
have an uneven, bubbly surface and
be eaten cold. They are dellclooa with
a conserve or Jam.
Sandwich Filler.
White raisin bread made Into sandwiches wltb minced nuts and cream
cheeae Is delicious. Cut tbe slices very
thin and spread one with cream cbeese
and the other with the nuta. Both
ahould be buttered flrst. If they are
cut In the shape of cord suits for afternoon refreshments at card clubs and
parties tbey are very Blgbtly. The
card suit cutters are kept by the bouse
furnishers.
Soup Stock.
In mixing leftovers for soups never
combine lish and meat, beef nntl lamb,
chicken and beef. Sometimes n little
bacon or pork linnet, can be added to
soap stock fur richer flavoring.
Tramped Forty Miles a Day.
It was a London policeman who.
referring to the splendid pltysiquj of
ol Dr. Sinclair, Archdeacon of London, whose forthcoming reiiremen.
has been announced, said, "He oug.r.
to be one of us." Dr. Sinclsir sta ds
considerably over six feet in height,
and is broad in proportion. His lather was one of fifteen children, the
shortest of whom waa six feet in
height and the tallest six feel seven
inches. One day the tallest ol the
archdeacon's aunts was accosted by
an Irish linear-woman, who invoked
blessings on her head in the hope ot
alms. Finding her blandishments In
vain, the woman changed her tone,
and exclaimed, "At lea-t ye night
give me your shoe to make a crade
(or my baby." In his days ol greater
leisure, Dr, Sinclair used to ride a
good deal and cycle—he once cycled
Irom London to Thurso, 730 miles—
and he has tramped lor forty mil. s a
day for pleasure for severs! doys in
succession, and even slept out on a
moor in Scotland alter such a walk.
Good
Form
The position of the debutante In
America Is unique, ln no other country is she given so much pleasure and
prominence. In England and France
the young girl Is a uegllglble quantity.
Not so with us, Sbe Is a personage
from tbe moment she makes her bow
to society until the season ends and
she either successfully reaches tbe
goal of matrimony or retires to take
ber place in tbe unnumbered ranks of
the older girl.
Dinner dunces, theater parties, luncheons and afternoon teas lend their
brilliance to enhance her glory. She
Is heralded- and discussed by every
newspaper **n the country. Sbe springs
from the comparative seclusion of
school life! Into the full glare of tbe
social limelight. It takes a steady
head to keep one's poise under such a
fire of flattery, adulation aud excitement Aud unfortunately steady heads
are rare. Bo another type of debutante
has established herself and become the
fashion—a restless, noisy, self absorbed youug creature with Indifferent
manners.
She flings herself recklessly into the
mad rush for pleasure, devouring It at
whatever cost. Sbe talks In a vernacular that is often unintelligible to cultured people. She Is lacking ln dignity and good taste.
Tbis Is a sweeping arraignment bnt
all ot us have met this type often
enough to know tbat It bears the outline of truth and sbould point a moral
to tbe girl who does not wish to begin
ber social career under thc banner of
false standards. After all, though
brilliant,,' one's debutante daya are
brief. It may be that their very brilliance and brevity are the spur that
explains the artificial excitement of
tbe modern girl. Yet this manner of
enjoying one's flrst winter Is unwise.
It brushes away wltb relentless
hands the charm and simplicity of
youth; It stifles dreams and Ideals and
makes companions of cynicism and
hardness; lt dulls the clearer, higher
vision of life nnd drags careless young
feet through the ugly marshes of materialism.
lt throws upon life at the very outset a btgbly colored artificial light that
robs a young girl of a proper sense of
values anil blinds her to the soft shadows of fine feeling. Such an attitude
Is as disastrous as It is unattractive.
And the girl who has an eye for the
future, who wishes to garner for herself during three abort dnys of debutante sunshine the cbarma tbat will
carry her safely through the yean
when she no longer holds flrst place,
will bave uone of It.
To this girl Is offered one fact whose
truth is proved. They can't possibly
lie worth the price you are asked to
pay for tbem. Let them go without
regret. Bauer, better, sweeter things
Will come to take their place. The
pleasure that sacrifices one's dignity,
the success tbat kills a secret Ideal,
the good time tbnt leaves the tiniest
spot on a girl's standard of conduct
work barm aud ore never worth while.
The Worklsss Welcomed.
The man wbo is genuinely on the
road looking for work is finding
tilings made easy for him just now
in Berkshire, England, and adjacent
unions in Oxford and Buckingham.
Bread stations are establisued at
easy intervals, and men who prove
they are really searching Ior work
are given "way tickets," which entitle
them to a mid-day meal at these stations.
And then at casual-wards they are
given .-pi-ciai treatment.
The idea is to test the system witb
a view to stamping out vagrancy. For
the tramp there will be no such consideration shown. Indeed, notices
have been stuck up all over Berkshire
requesting the public decline to assist
beggars, and to report all casta to
thc nearest police-station.
Card Etiquette For Married Women.
A married woman calling leaves oue
of her own cards for each woman
member of the household and one eacb
of ber husband's, adding to tbat number one more of the husband's, which
Is for the bost. A woman docs not
csll upon n man, so she does not leave
one of her own tor ber hostess' husband, but the husband's mnst be sent
even tbougb the iwo men may not be
acquainted. When a married womnn
makes formal calls and does not leave
her husband's cards wilh ber own It
may mean Ibat she no longer Uvea
with him. A woman paying social vis-
Its in this country during weeks that
her husbund may be In Europe still
leaves hla curds.
The man's i-nrds need not be left for
any son nf the household unless nn acquaintance actually exists between tbe
two.
Fashion still decrees Hint a married
woman may use cords containing both
her own nntl her husband's name—In
other words, the "Mr. nnd Mrs." While
these coat a trifle mere to order, the
fashion Is really economical, for It
means Hint one card does duty for
two. When I hose arc usetl n single
one of thc man's will he needed for
tho bost.
Walland's  Remarkable  Growth.
Statistics which have just been compiled, show thai Weiland has had a
gri-nt.-r growth during 191b than during any previous year in her history.
When the new fsctories which have
located in the town ore completed in,
1911, it is expected that the population will practically double again, as
it hss done each year during tin* past
three years. THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
u
Bedding Plants"
NOW  IS THE TIME
IfmEE' ?"; 500 DIFFERENT VARIETIES
of Bedding Plants and Shrubs.   Ask for onr Price List.
FRACHE!   BROS.,
Indigestion
Phone B20
COLUMBIA, B. C.
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
PHONE   A14
Dry" four-foot Fir and Tamarac from Hardy
Mountain.   Prompt attention to phone orders.
A. GALLOWAY, »»"»L, Columbia P. o.
NEWS OF THE CITV
See what American papers think
of the Nihil Comedy company, coming here on Friday mid Saturday,
May 19 and 20: "The Nibo Comedy
company found it necessary laBt
night to give two renditions of their
entertainment, wherein they pre
sented the great Johnson Travelogues, the solos by Mies Osa Johnson, who deserves the title of 'the
prettiest womnn on the American
stage,1 and the mysterious Willard.
The Montrose opera house was
forced to turn away a number almost equal to ils capacity, at the
opening performance, hence the two
shows last night. Willard'e 'growth'
in view of the audience waa witnessed by Drs.. Allen and Schermer-
horn as a committee on the stage,
and tney were unable to explain the
phenomena after a complete examination. Willard made his blindfolded drive about the city in the
afternoon."—Montrose Press. This
same company will be seen in Grand
Forks Friday and Saturday, May
19 und 20. Complete change of
program each evening. The prices
will be 25c, 50c and 75c. Come
down and see the rare collection of
curios on display while tbe company
is in tbe city. Manager Hull guarantees this as the best popular-priced
attraction wbich has appeared here
this year.
I. A. Dinsmore, who was recently
appointed chief of the provincial
constables ior the Boundary district, arrived in lhe city on Saturday, and visited wilh old-time
friends over Sunday. He was on
his way from Stewart to Greenwood,
wheie he will have his headquarters.
W. R. Williams, of Phoenix, came
down to the Boundary metropolis
on Tuesday to see the sawcues.
Roy Harris, who has been manager of the British Columbia Telephone company for Greenwood,
Phoenix nnd Midway during the
past seven months, has severed his
connection with the company and
moved to Nelson, where he has accepted n position as foreman of construction work.
A. W. Fraser returned on Saturday evening from n business trip to
Victoria and Vancouver.
For Sale—One Kingsbury piano,
Apply Eva Leach, near Columbia fire
hall. 	
Mr. Blair, editor of the Republic
News-Miner, wns a visitor at The
Sun office on Tue.«dny,heing enroute
to his home from Spokane.
For Sale—At once, at Christina
Lake, the property of A. B. W.
Hodges, consisting of one acre of
ground and bungalow. Properly
has 200 feet water frontage. A bargain; terms reasonable. Inquire W.
A. Williams, Granby Smelter.
Dr. Northrup, of Spokane, who
was formerly located in this city, is
reported to be dangerously ill at his
home, and his recovery is doubtful.
For Sale—A 16 foot gasoline
launch and half interest in boat
bouse at Christina Lake; cheap for
cash. W. A. Williams, Granby
Smelter. 	
James McArdle returned home on
Friday evening from a business trip
to the c inst cities.
The Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel
will bu continued until a distance of
3000 leet is reached, when Grjeti-
wood will pay the t15,000 bonus
agreed upon. It is expected that
this distance will be reached by
next September. |
For Sale—No. 7 Romingtoii Typewriter. Apply Great Northern freight
depot.
At tbe regular monthly meeting
of tbe directors of the British Columbia Copper company, held in
New York last week, a quarterly
dividend of 2£ per cent was de-
clored. The distribution to shareholders will take [lice on June 1.
Parisian Sage   Will Grow
More Hair
Parisian Sage will stop falling hair
in two weeks—cure dandruff in the
same time and stop scalp itch at once.
It makes tlie hair soft, silky and luxuriant. As a hair dressing Parisian
Sage is without a peer. J,t contains
nothing that can harm the hair—it is
not sticky, oily or greasy, and prevents as well as cures diseases of the
scalp.
Women and children by the thousand use it daily us a dressing and nn
home is complete without it. Money
buck if it fails.
Druggists and stores everywhere
guarantee Parisian Sage nnd will refund your money if it fails. Ask H.
E Woodland It Co., druggists, what
they think of it. They sell it at 50e
per large bottle or you can secure it
by mail postpaid from Gitoux Manufacturing Co., Fort Erie, Out. See
that the girl witli the auburn hair is
on each package. Sold and guaranteed by H E. Woodland It Co.
If you aro suffering from indigestion
and the attendant distressed stomach
you should give Mi-o-na, the guaranteed remedy, a trial. Mr. William
Sliafer, of 23U Qneens St. S., Berlin,
Out., says: ''For years I have been a
sufferer from acue indigestion, whioh
caused the most distressing pains in
my stomach. I decided to try Booth's
Mi-o-na T-iblets and they have done
me more good than anything I have
ever used. I am now more free from
this trouble than I havo been for
years. I am pleased to endorse and
recommend this remedy to all who
suffer, with stomach trouble."
Itaiiieinber Mi-o na Tablets are
guaranteed to cure acute chronic indigestion and turn the old stomach
into a new one in a few weeks. All
druggists, oOu a box or postpaid from
Tlie K. T. Booth Co., Ltd., Fort Erie,
Out. Sr.d and guarunteen by H. E.
Woodland A Co.
Take your repairs lo Armson's
Boot and Shoe Hospital, Bridge
street, Grand Forks.
A new lot of latest designs of pro
gram and menu cards just received at
The Sun .job otlice.
ORE SHIPMENTS
The following are the returns of
the ore production of the Boundary
mines for the week, and also for tbe
vear to date:
Granby 21,041 388,180
Mother Lode  6,o30 114,333
Jackpot      731 11,143
Rawhide  5,fi98 64,871
Napoleon       246 246
Snowshoe     43,900
No. 7  1.350
Phoenix Amal  1,950
Athelstan       208 790
Lone Star      393 393
Fife  60
Total, 34,847 626,731
Smelter treatment—
Granby 20,590 401.299
B. C. Copper Co... 13,53(1 200,731
For Sale at a Batgain—Two-horss-
power gasolene engine. Apply J. H.
Plath, box 10, city.
Don't forget that The Sun has the
best job printing deparrment in the
Boundary country.
ltemember that every added
subscriber helps to make this
paper better for everybody.
HOTEL PROVINCE
Bridge Street,
GRAND FORKS, B.,0
Tho bent mul must
hii bar initial tlre-nro' >f
ImiUilM* hi the Boundary country. Kp-
centlycoinpleteduiia
ii v wil' turnUhotl
throuuhout. Equipped with all modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally located. First-claim accommodations for the
ravelling publio.
Hot and Gold Bithn
Flnt-GUii Bir, Pool
and Billiard Rooma
In Connection.
EMIL   LARSEN,   PROP.
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.
Hyomei
The Breatheable Remedy for Catarrh.
Tint rational way to combat catarrh
in the Hyomei way, viz., by breathing.
Scientists for years huve been agreed
on this point, but failed to get an antiseptic strong enough to kill catarrh
germs antl not destroy the tissues of
the membrane at the suine time, until the discovery of Hyomei (pronounced Higli-O'iiiH.)
Hyomei is tlte most powerful yet
healing antiseptic known. Breathe it
through the inhaler over the inflamed
und germ-ridden inembrune four or
five times a day, and in a few days the
germs will disappear,
A complete Hyomei outfit, including the inhaler, costs 81.00, and extra
iHittles, if afterwards needed, cost but
50 cent. Obtainable from your druggist or postpaid from tlie R. T. Booth
Co., Ltd,, Fort Erie, Out. Hyomei
is guaranteed to cure asthma, croup,
sore throat, coughs, colds or .grip or
refund your money back. Soltl nnd
guaranteed by H. I_l. Woodbind & Co.
IT Printing *}
We are prepared -to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and curry a complete
line of Stationery.
4*
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements,
letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates nnd Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Faro and Menu Cards, ,      '
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
/^l/^rvr*! PPTOTIXf-il—t,1<! kind we 'lo—is in   itself an
VJyl/l/  IRIOIIILIVI    advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best.    let us estimate on vour tinier.    We guarantee
satisfaction.
•if.
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMINS
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering  Nnutly Done.
R.   McCUTCHEON
HRST STREET, NEAR CITY HALL
R. L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
WINNIPEG AND RIVERSIDE AVES
Rubber ,Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
B0U6HT AND SOLD
Downey's Cigar Store
A COMFI.ETK STOCK OF
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Confectionery
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
W. C. CHALMERS
Always Curries in Stock
a Fresh Supply ofj
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and Summer Drinks
COR. BRID6E AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
nor Hon. iar
Kator Hon! m a Speoialty.
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Ibt Door Noiitii of Granby Hotel,
First Street.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
fi-onijull trains.
TelephoneAl 29
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutii Hiiro it n Bros., Props.
•MLYBARr
■ant Ire*. UMiiawiiojthTi
^«tqnU.U»on^ro»l'«.«'
loilior ao
_ ntnunlca-
onPatenta
■- tanta,
noma
•siMnet^iaSiii'        ..     _.
Scientific Hmericait
A hMxHomelr Uluitnted weekly. Lanieit dr- -
ealatlon of any ■ctomltio Journal. Terms tor
Canada, 83.W a year* pottage prepaid.   Sold by
-'J JIOWiVlcplC"5.
13KCo»«*«*^ fatal
■   ~ **- ot„. \0-.h,z ..-."•.,'. O,
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
olliee in this section thai have the
correct material for printing it. The
i Sun job office.

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