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 Kettle Valley Orchardist
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TWELFTH YEAR-No. 2
GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912
$1.00 PER YEAR
A
West Kootenay Power Company's Lineman Nearly
Electrocuted
Thomas Kelly, lineman for Ilie
West Kootenay Power A Light company, met with a serious accident at
Pboenix today. While at work in
a pole hie body got between
the power company's wire, carrying
2000 volts, and a telephone wire,
and be received the full charge of
the former. He fell to the ground,
a distance of between twenty and
thirty feet. He was picked up in
au unconscious condition and conveyed to the Phoenix general hospital, where it was found that he had
been severely burned by tbe electric
current, and that be had nlso sue
tained serious injuries in hie fall from
the pole. His condition at present is
critical, hie lower limbs being para'
lyzed. He will be takeu to the Sacred Heart hospital in Spokane next
Monday if his condition improves
sufficiently so that moved with
safety.
598, Murrel Galloway 546, Al. Peterson 459, Clarence Crosby 456, Herbert Dinsmore 373, Garibaldi Bruno
319.
Division IV—Total, 600 marks;
Gladys Latham 522, Uvo Wells 499,
Abram Mooyboer 490, Merle Herr
484, Violet Walker 478, Kathleen
Kerby 471, Willie Ruckle 470, Lo-
retta Lyden 467, Teddv Dempsey
453, Freddie Barlee 450, Fritz Schliehe
447, Reggie Hull 453, Frances Sloan
441, Mildred Hutton 432, Vernon
Smith 430, Edith Coryell 428, Muriel
raggett 427, Vera Donaldson 418,
Holger Petersen 416, Thelma Walker
408, Olwine Galipeau 406, Laura
Allen 403, Dorothy Burns 389, Hope
Benson, 382, Ethel Wright 381, Margaret Michener 374, Francis Fritz
369, Eddie Mcllwaine 359, Gordon
Murray 358, Amy Murray, 356,
Harry Atwood 351, Cecil Ruckle
341, Amelia Wiseman 339, Viola
Pell 336, Ernest Stites 325, Aurena
Barnum 316, George Lemaster 314,
Harold Fair 301, Earl Kelleher 300,
Alfred Downey 227,Peter Miller 207.
Bi-Monthly Examinations
The result* of tbe bimonthly
written examinations for September
and October in the senior and intermediate grades of tbe public school
are as follows:
Division I—Total narks, 1100;
Aulay Munro 844, Gladys Heaven
814, Annie Munro 791,   Dal   Barlee
765, Oswald Hay 744, Don Farmer
740, Eric Atwood 731, Jennie Simpson 716, Grace Barron 715, Clara De-
muth 698, Glen Lemaster 682, Caug
hey McCallum 670; Alf Heaven 662,
Ruth Krischke 652, Ivy Taylor 648,
Mae Lyden 635, Doris Kennedy 631,
Vera Reid 624, Avia Michener 617,
Mary Newbauer 601,Marie Fritz 596,
May Spraggett 593J Helen DeCew
589, Ulric McCallum 580,-Stanley
Donaldson 565, Henry Fritz 543,
Alice Spraggett 531, Rennie Keron
496, Ronald Tracy 471, Ester Larsen 440, Elmer Wells 418, Pauline
Sloan 416, Glen Manly 367, Hazel
Livesly 325, Elvera Walker 305,
Archer Davis 176.
Division II—Total marks, 1100.
Seuior Class—Maud Rollins 847,
Joyce MacLeod 800, Harry Bowen
789, Arthur Gilpin  780, Ralph  Gill
766, Robert Holmes 736, Gladys Ardiel 707, Maud Peckbain 691, Margaret Mcllwaine 687, Ivia Michener
1185, Lawrence Holmes 671, Harold
Massie 634, Archie Svines 626, Fred
Dempsey 609, Dan Wells 570, Haxel
Artrertringer 511, Maud Reburn 484,
Gordon Fulkerson 392, Lila Burns
271, Earl Keeling 193, Stanley Murray 40. Junior Class—Alice Bowen
806, Olga Frankovitch 730, Catherine
Stafford 729, Frank Hartinger 703,
Quentin Quinlivan 695, Raymond
Quinlivan 692, .Stanley Massie 668,'
Hugh Wells 658, Louis Freece 650,
650, Austin O'Donnell 647, Lawrence
Michols 643, Amy Frankovitch-634,.
Hattie Gaw 559, Marie Barnum 546,
Tracy Cooper 460.
Division II—Maximum marks, 1100
Edith Larsen 927, Mildred Shaw 880,
Wiljreif Holmes 875, Mildred Meikle
802, Blair Cochrane 797, Sarah McCallum 791, Ida DeCew 780, John
Herr 765, Victor Gilmour 726, Lillian Kelleher 721, Agnes .Stafford
715, George Cooper 713, Gwenny Mcllwaine 712, Ruby Keeling 811,
Thomas Reburn 692, Mary Cheplo
686, Alexis Fulkerson 676, Lydia
Kelleher 650, Helen Peterson 648,
Chads Krischke 646, John Cheplo
645, Demaris Ryan 641, James Lyden 640, Walter Petersen 634, Roy
Kennedy 625, Mabel Ruckle 615,
Mary Cooper   611,   William Meikle
Settling Old Accounts
A dispatch from Victoria says
tbnt tbe creditors of the defunct
Midway & Vernon railway, a con
Biddable part of which undertaking
waB taken over at the chartering of
tbe Kettle Valley railway by that
oompany, are to receive in the near
future full settlement ef tbeir legitimate claims for labor, material,
teaming, etc. Upon tbe incordera
tion of the Kettle Valley line with
government assistance in its financ
ing, such aid was made conditional
upon the payment nf outstanding
claims as against that portion of the
line which they will utilize. A commission consisting of R. F. Green,
L. M. Rice of Seattle and Judge
Forin of Nelson was created to pass
upon the claims, each of which was
inquired into, certified and paid.
Later on an agreement was consult,
mated between the railway company
and the government extending the
compensation to other Midway &
Vernon creditors, the government
and oompany paying in equal proportions. A oheque (or tbe railway
company's proportion was sent to
Mr: Green not long ago by President
J. J. Warren, and yesterday the
government's cheque for its share
was transmitted. The amount in
volved io this latest distribution is
$14,552, leaving only about $2000
ail told to be yel disbursed and all
outstanding obligations satisfied.
A Wonderful Bargain
For a great big dollar's worth the
offer this year by the Family Her
aid and Weekly Star of Montreal can
not be beaten. A ample copy of
their new picture, "Mbther's Treasure," size 23 by 20 inches, all ready
for framing, has reached this office.
It certainly is beautiful and every
home in Canada will be the better of
having a copy in the house. Tbe
Family Herald and Weekly Star,
bigger, brighter and better tban
ever, along with such a beautiful
picture, all for one dollar, is a bargain that should be taken advantage;
of. It is only The Family Herald j
and Weekly Slar that can offer euch
a picture free with a year'B subscription. People wonder how it is done,
yet still it is done, and tbe people
get the benefit.
W. E. Hadden returned on Wednesday from a business trip to Calgary. 	
Born—In Grand Forks on Friday, November 8, to Mr. and Mrs,
H. H. Henderson, a son.
Stabbing Affray — Curling
Club Skips—Prize for
Flower Garden
Hugh Lisle, a well known C.P.R.
locomotive engineer, was Beriously
slabbed by Sam Roberts, of Kepub
lie, in a room at tbe Province hotel
at 11 o'clock this evening. The condition of the furniture in tbe room
indicated that a violent quarrel had
preceded the affray. Lisle received
five deep knife thrusts, one in
tbe abdomen and the others in the
back and shoulders. The wounded
man waa taken to tbe Cottage hospital. His condition, is considered
dangerous. Roberts was arrested
and lodged in jail.
The meeting o( tbe Graud Forks
Curling club, held in tbe city hall
last Monday evening, for tlie purpose of electing skips and to transact other general business, was very
largely attended. President E. E.
Gibson occupied the cbair. Fifteen
skips were selected, as follows: C.
A. S. Atwood, W. A. Williams, A.
E. Savage, G. M. Fripp, G. E.
Massie, A. S. McKim, H. Mills, G.
A. Spink, N. L. Mclnnes, H. W.
Gregory, B. Norris, J. D. Campbell,
T. A. Mclntyre, R. J. Gardner and
N. Taylor. The club decided not
to canvass for members. Tbose intending to curl this winter are re
quested to at once notify the secretary, H. W. Gregory, so that tbe
rinks can be filled up.
For the fourth time tbe flower
garden at the C.P.R. station in thia
city has been awarded the special
cash prize offered by tbe railway
company for tbe beet kept garden at
depots in tbis division. The district
extendi from Arrowhead south to
Nelson and Kootenay Landing and
west to Midway. Two years ago
Mr. Moir's landscape beauty was
awarded the $50 prize for the garden on the Canadian Pacific system
in this province.
Peter Kucheon, a Doukhobor, vns
arrested Mondao on a charge of bury
ing tbe remains of his mother with
out first obtaining s statutory permit.
At tbe trial before Magistrate Cochrane the'prisoner maintained a profound s lence. Every effort to make
bim talk failed. On Tuesday Constable Dinsmore arrived on the scne,
arrested John Zebro, chief interpreter for tbe local tribe, and had him
brought into court as a witness,
Tbis gentleman also refused to talk,
and he wis given eight days in jail
(or contempt of court.
A special meeting of tbe directors
ol the Granby Consolidated Mining,
Smelting A, Power company was
held in New York tbis week, when
it was decided to continue the development and equipment of the
plant and property at Hidden Creek
out of tbe earninga of tbe company.
D. J. McDougail, aged 68 years,
an old-timer in the Boundary district, died in tbe Greenwood hospital last Friday from heart (ailure.
ager of the Rossland branch for a
conple nf year', has been promoted
to the poeition of district manager,
and bis jurisdiction includes both
Traii and Rossland. He has been
witb the eompany for fourteen
yeara.
Tbe Granby company haa taken
an option on tbe Carmi mine, situate in the valley of the Kettle river,
about fifty mileB from this city and
directly connected by railway with
the company's smelter.
Mesdames E Miller and Lyle
Ueed visited their brother in Orient
last Saturday.
Theodore Peterson and sons, Arthur and Oscar, are doing assessment work on tbe Lucile Dreyfus
mine near Dunville.
J. T. Miller, of Moutana, bas purchased tbe Boyle block in Phoenix
for £40U0.
James McArdle returned today
from a tbree weeks' business trip to
Lethbridge.
An athletic association has been
organized in Phoenix.
An extra crew on tbe Great Northern has been engaged in distributing new steel and picking up old
Bteel on the Pboenix branch during
tbe pant week.
Tbe weather man has made a
blunder. Tbis is not the coast
country.
The Sun's society editor has been
taking a vacation this week. The
police coUrt reporter and tbe man
who attends to accidental happenings have therefore been overworked.
If you intend to send your personal greeting card to your friend
in tbe Old Country, it time to order tbem now. See samples of
beautiful hand-coloured specimens,
made in England, at Tbe Sun oflice.
Profits in Mining
Following is a partial list of dividends paid by tbe mines of British
Columbia:
Granbv Consolidated $4 048,630
Con. M. & 8. Co  1,014,089
B. C. Copper Co       437,887
Cariboo,Camp McKinney       53,250
LeRoi      425,000
Hedley Mining Go      703,520
Le Roi Two   1,524,420
North Star       553,000
Providence       38.224
Standard     225,000
Tyre      201,600
METEOROLOGICAL
Workman at Smelter Lake
•Mill Ib Mangled in the
Machinery
J. W. Chambers, who arrived in
this city about a month ago from
Grimsby, Ont., met instant death
at the sawmill of the Western Pine
Lumber company on Smelter lake
last Tuesday afternoon. He waB
working near a planer, and his
smock was caught in a pulley, which
drew him into the rapidly revolving
wheel. The clothing waB entirely
torn off bim, and his body was terribly mutilated and mangled. One
arm was severed from tbe shoulder.
At tbe inquest before Coroner Kingston on Wednesday a verdict of accidental death was returned. The
remains were shipped to Grimsby
today. Chambers was about forty
years of age. He leaves a wife and
family in the east.
Buys New Dominion Bonds
The Voigt property, optioned laBt
year, will be further developed, as
tbe British Columbia Copper company has obtained until early January an extension of its privilege of
purchase, says the Boston Commercial. On tbe ground under development five diamonds drill bave been
at work, and to date have accomplished rather encoueaging resvlte.
Tbe New Dominion Copper company, subsidiary of tbe British Columbia Copper coinpany, bas been
shipping to tbe letter's plant about
800 tons of ore daily. Sbould tbe
British Columbia management decide to finally exercise its option on
additional properties, the erection of
a small concentrator would doubtless be necessary.
Another block of New Dominion
bonds has just been acquired by tbe
British Columbia company, wbich
now owns more tban one-third of
tbe issue. Tbese bonds bave been
paid for out of surplus earnings and
represent an investment within tbe
past sixty days of nearly $100,000
made from its accumulated funds.  »
The following is the maximum
and minimum temperature for each
day  during the  past   week, as re j
corded by the government thermometer on Cooper Bros.'ranch:
MAX.
Friday  36
Saturday   38
Sundty  38
Monday  41
Tuesday    41
Wednesday  40
Thursday  46
MIN.
19
28
32
33
33
36
31
Ranfall  during week, 0.41 inches.
C. A. Coughlan, formerly witb P.
Burns & Co. in this city and at
Greenwood, but who has been man
Personal Christmas Cards
A new sample book of tbe "Art"
series of Personal Christmas Cards
for 1912 has been received at The
Sun office. Tbese cards proved
very popnlar last year. The designs this year are prettier than last
year. Tbe prices range from $1 per
dozen upwards.   Order early.
Still Negotiating
F. Augustues Heinze is still negotiating with tbe provincial government for tbe eal* of bis undivided
interest in the Columbia & Western
railway land grant. An undivided
half interest in the land has been
bought by tbe government from the
C.P.R. at 40 cents per acre. Mr.
Heinze desireB to sell and the government is inclined to buy. The desire to sell on tbe part of tbe copper
magnate is supposed to be brought
about by the fact that tbe period of
tax exemption oi bis land has expired. He is therefore liable not
only to a tax of about $6000 per
annum for the future, but also to
about $00,u00 back taxes. Tax exemption on wild land in British Columbia is something of a joke, as
Mr. Heinze bas discovered. You can
get yonr exemption for a number ol
years, but when tMt has expired
you become liable.' far ten years'
back taxes in a lump sum. It is
voder this claim of the law that Mr.
Heinze owes tbe province about
$60,000, being 4 per eent per annum for tea yean od about 300,000
acrea, valued at 50 oents per acre. THE SUN, GRAND FORKfg&RITISH COLUMBIA.
ANIMALS AGES
Whales Live for 1,000 Yeart
Undoubtedly lhe longest-lived animal on earth is the whale, its span
of existence being estimated by Cuv-
ler at 1,000 years. The next largest
animal the elephant, will, under favorable conditions, live 400 years.
When Alexander the Great conquered I'orus, King of India, lie took a
great elephant that had fought gallantly for the defeated king, named
him Ajax. dedicated him to the sun.
nnd placed upon him a metal band
with lhe Inscription "Alexander, the
son nf Jupiter, dedicated Ajax to the
sun." The elephant was found alive
351) years later.
The average ntfe of cats Is fifteen
years; of squirrels, seven or eight
years; of rabbits, seven; a bear rarely exreeds twenty years; a wolf twenty; a fox, fourteen to sixteen. I-ions
are comparatively long-lived, Instances
having been recorded where they
reached the age of seventy years.
Pigs have been known to live to
the age of twenty years and* horses to
slxly hut the average age of the
, horse is twenty-live to thirty. Camels
' sometimes live lo thc age of a hundred, and stags are very long-lived,
one having been taken by Charles VT.
in the Forest of Senlls which bore
about, its neck a collar on which was
engraved, "Caesar hoc inlhL donavlt.
Whether or nol this slag had actually lived since the days of one of tlie
Caesars lt, is impossible to say, but
the evidence seems good.
Eagles occasionally and ravens frequently reach the age of a hundred
years, and swans have-been known to
live SOO years. A tortoise has beeil*
known to live 107 years. ,.,
Efforts have been nude to connect
the rapidity of the pulse-beat with
longevity, but no logical conclusion
can be reached as will be seen from
the fact tbat the pulse of a Hon beats
forty times a minute; that ef a tiger
ninety-six times a minute; of a horse,
forty times; of a wolf, forty-five
times; of a fox, forty-three times; of
a bear, thirty-three times; and of an
eagle, 100 times. It has been Impossible to count the beats of nu elephant's pulse, but that of a butterfly
heats slxly times to the minute.
II
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„   Almost Credible
Secretary Wilson of the department
of agriculture was talking on the
Mauretanla about the record crops of
1912.
These wonderful crops, he said, are
almost- enough to make you believe
the crosscut saw story.
A farmer, you know, sent his hired
man to a neighbor's with a iVbte, saying:
Friend Smith—Will you please lend
me your crosscut saw, as I wish to
cut a watermelon up, so as to get it
Into my dray?
The neighbor wrote back—
Friend Jones—I would be glad lo
lend you my saw, but same has just
got stuck In a cantaloupe.
m jr**-*
Overheard in a Street-Car.
There's a leeson right there I
Little blemishes af complexion, .mail seres, eruptions,
spots, are not only unpleasant
te the person afflicted, hut are
the first thine noticed by ether
people.
A little Zam-Buk applied at
night to spots, eruptions, sores
ef any kind will do wonders.
Zam-Buk is not a creasy
preparation which will go rancid en yenr dressing table.
It it made from healing, herbal
extracts and essences. Always
pure, fresh and ready for nie.
Doesn't lose its power. Keeps
indefinitely. Healing, soothinf
and antiseptic all thc time.
Try itl
$0c. box all drugr/utt and turret.
tamrBufc
One Link Missing
Reporter—I believe that's about all,
colonel. O, by the way, how did
your grandfather get his start ln business?
Col. Kueeino (candidate for congress)—I haven't the least Idea, young
man, but If there was anything disreputable about lt some of my biographers will print thc story before the cam-
lalgn is over.     Good morning.
TREAT KIDNEY TROUBLE
EARLY I
If your kidneys are not right, your whole
body  (suffers,   Nnilect tbat  condition and
be jncre— _  _.
beat time tu treat kidney trouble in in the
Take DR.  CLARK'S SWEET
your sufferings will be increased tenfold. The
beat time f    '        '" ......
beginning.      _.	
NITRE FILLS at once, when you have
lame back, headaches, spots before the
eyes, pains in the joints, etc.
Mont jwtipl© know the value of sweet
nitre tn its action on the kidneys. FIT*
other proved specifics are used in DR.
CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS. They
cleanse, ton* and stimulate Impaired kidneys.
Fut you right and keep you right. Sold
everywhere at flfty cents a box or mailed
direct by 40
THB MARTIN, MLS A WVNNI CO.
Winnipeg, Cauda
A man was caught in the act ot en*
terlng a Prince Albert Jewelry store.
Maybe lie was after a marriage 11*
cense.
Why Should IUse
Cuticura Soap?
"There is nothing the matter
with my skin, and I thought
Cuticura Soap was only for skin
troubles." True, it is for skin
troubles, but its great mission is
to prevent skin troubles. For
more than a generation its delicate emollient and prophylactic
properties have rendered it the
standard for this purpose, while
its extreme purity and refreshing
fragrance give to it all the advantages of the best of toilet soaps.
It is also invaluable in keeping
the hands soft and white, the hair
live and glossy, and the icalp
free from dandruff and irritation.
While its first cost is a few cents
more than that of ordinary toilet
soaps, it is prepared with such care
and of such materials, that it wears
to a wafer, often outlasting several
cakes of other soap, and making
its use, in practice, most economical. Cuticura Soap is sold by
druggists and dealers everywhere,
but the truth of these claims may
be demonstrated without cost by
sending to "Cuticura," Dept. 7M,
Boston, U. S, A., for a liberal sample cake, together with a thirty-two
page book on the skin and hair.
W. n. u. «17
Human Hair-Nets
The annual sale of nets of human
hair, according to the report of the
American Consul at Kohl, Is estimated at 12,000 000.
Hair-nets are made almost wholly
In the houses of Alsatian and Austrian peasants; the peculiar skill required to net hair bas become ln part
.hereditary.
The children begin flrst to tie Ihe
hairs together, end to end, to make
one long hair. Then with only a
rouud piece ot wood about Oln. long
and 1-2 inch ln diameter and a needle
the older glrlB and women—and sometimes the men—weave the nets.
Each mesh la knotted in much the
same way that fish-nets or hammocks
are made. Only tying a single hair
is a marc delicate and difficult task
than tying a string.
To make a dozen nets Is a day's
work of ten or twelve hours.
Following the Hounds
Smith was a great cyclist, but had
rarely been on a borse. One day
when staying with a sporting uncle
he thought he would like to follow
the hounds, which wero lo meet near
by, so lie borrowed from a young relative a horse whicli was not much
accustomed to the hunting field. At
flrst he went steadily until the horse,
being startled by a rabbit darting
from a clump of grass, broke Into a
mail gallop. The rider was flung
forward on the horse's neck.
What are you doing, my lad, with
your arm thero? Jokingly called out
his uncle.
I'm feeling for the brake, was the
mitfllcd^reply, but I can't And It.
Some of the farmers ln Western
Canada arc complaining that not
enough men are coming from the
east to help them ln harvesting their
crops. They blame tbe railways
in part for this, on the ground that
the excursion rates are too high. Now
the fnre from Montreal to Winnipeg
Is $10, and to Edmonton and to _■•'*•• r
points It is proportionately as low.
Do the kickers expect the railways to
carry the workers for nothing!—Montreal Gazette.
Proud of It
The old-age pension officer had a
magnificent sense ot his own importance, and questioned the old lady
with a zeal that would have done credit to the reporter in search of
"scoop."
And now, he proceeded, drawing
himself up to his full height of nearly
five feet, tell me this. Have you
ever been in receipt of parish relief?
Never, answered the applicant
M'yes. Have you at any time been
in the hands of the police?
The lady hung her head, and the
officer smiled as much as to say, Got
yer.
Come, on come on; tell me the
truth, the whole truth, and nothing
but the truth, he commanded, fixing
the woman with his steely eye.
Well, replied the applicant, I don't
see that either you or the Government
have any business to know, but I
don't deny it. Girls will be girls,
you know. Bnt still, proudly—he
was a sergeant.
Cheapest of all Oils.—Considering
the curative.qualities of Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil it is the cheapest of all
preparations offered to the public. It
jb to be found In every drug Btore ln
Canada from coast to coast and all
country merchants keep it for Bale. So
being easily procurable and extren.c-
ly moderate in price, no one should
be without a bottle of it.
An Elephant's Bath
The elephant's bath takes a week
to carry out In every detail.     It requires the services ot three men and
costs about $50.
This treatment Is necessary for a
circus elephant and lf the animal ls
a valuable one the proprietor ofthe
circus does not consider the money
wasted. The first process consists
in going over the immense body with
the best soap procurable; 1501b of
soap is used, and the elephant's ears
are especially carefully attended to.
Wben the soaping and drying are
completed the elephant Is well sandpapered, and after that rubbed all
over with tlie purest Indian oil until
the mousegrey skin is supple and
glistening. The last finishing touch
is thc most expensive part ot the
whole bath,,as over $30; has to be
spent on the oil alone.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u merrury will lurelf de-Ire? th* _-n_* ot erneli
xM completely tterente tba whole nretea wben
aeterlfii. It womb lbe mucoua eurucee. Sucb
Mile*.-, ___ou_l never be ueed eteept eo pteecrlp-
Uooe Ircm reputable phytlclaoa. u the Hamate tba
irlll do le ten told to the good you can peeelbly derive Ilea them. Hall'e Catarrh Cura. manulacturcd
br >'. J. Cheaer * Co.. Toledo. O., contain no mer-
Turj, and le taken Internally, acting directly upon
tbe blood and mucoua ourleceo et tbe erateio. ln
raylM Hall'a Catarrh Cure be Kin yon let thf
suine. It » taken Internally and nude 11 Toledo
Jhlo. by F. I. Cheney * Co. TMIeeoaUe MS.
Bold by finier--.. Price. 75c. per bottle.
Wbe Hall'a l-a-nlly rille tor e  —
The way a woman knows her clothes
aro sensible wben tbey make men
senseless.
In illustration of tbe dreary Glasgow
Sunday, a lecturer told this story of
the late Mr. J. U. Toole. He was
leaving his hotel in Glasgow one line
Sunday morning, when the sun was
shining brightly. As he was strolling along George Square a policeman
eyed him suspiciously, and at last approached and said—
Ye had better tak' care, sir, what
ye're doing.
What am I doing? inquired Toole,
and added, wilh a merry wink: Why
I'm not even whistling.
No, replied the Glaswegian, In solemn and reproving tones; but ye're
lookln' almost as happy as If it were
Monday. '._
Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Garget In
Ceyn
Small/ Boy—Uncle, do you know the
difference between an elephant and a
egg?
No, saitl the uncle.
Then you would not be much good
to send to buy eggs, chuckled the
small one.
In the treatment of summer complaints the most effective remedy that
can be used Is Dr. J. I). Kellogg's
lyaenttry Cordial. It la a standard
preparation, and many people employ
It In preference to other preparations.
It ts a highly concentrated medicine
aud Its sedative and curative qualities
are beyond question, lt hai been a
popular medicine for many years und
thousands ean atteat Ita superior qualities In overcoming dysentery and kindred complaints.
I suppose you do a bigger trado
whon it rains than when It doesn't
rain?
No, 1 don't notice any difference,
said the umbrella dealer.
But you get better prices when it
rains, don't you?
Why should I?
Why  umbrellas go up, don't they?
DODDS
KIDNEY
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More About
The Loading Platform
The present se.ioriit.lon of Western furn-ers will never know the
difficulties hnd v xal.lt*ns experienced hy'their predecessors ln the
earlier years when no ono could get a carload of grain shipped In
bulk except ly lowllng It tbrough au elevator. The system forced
the majority ot farmers to sell their grain to tbe elevator owners
tt. arbitrary tries, and oft times to submit to heavy dockage and
other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now however
the distribution o. -ars as fixed by the Grain Act, and the use of tha
loading platform, provide facilities whir, enable tbe farmer to secure
satisfactory treatment in the disposal ot ills grain, and the highest
market prices at time cf sale. Every farmer therefore, should more
and more etvlcavor to use the loading pit .firm In shipping his grain
to the terminal elevators. It Is the safeguard ot the farmers' freedom In disposing of his grain to the best advantage for himself. It
farmers refrain Irom using the loading platform freely, lt might result In its being done away with, becai.*» railway companies and
elevator owners are strongly opposed lo It. It Is easy to under
stand why vlevalor people desire the len ling platform abolished.
The railway * oople on their part say 1*. delays tho loading of cars
and helps to raute car shortage. This we know to bo nonsense,
because frequency after ears are loaded whether with grain, coal
lumber or other merchandise, they are sidetracks.', for days and oven
weeks Instead of being promptly moved fo.wavd to destination. It
Is engine shortage -nu* shortage ot competent .tralr. men that mostly
pinaes gram 1 locfcaden on railways and not lack ot cars. Let. every
farmer therefore, fr, all hi> can to use t. e loading platform' and become an iTvltpei'le-t shipper. In aiibiequent advertisements we
will state In detail the savings and other advantages ot direct loading into cars compared with loading tar.t_.jh elevators.
We handle the farmers grain strictly ou commission, make liberal
advances on car bills of lading, supervise the grading at time cars
are Inspected, so.uro Ihe highest price) at time ot sale and mak*
prompt returns wVen sold. Write aa for shipping Instructions and
market Informal1 jb.
Thompson Sons & Company
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS
701-703 Y.  CHAIN  EXCHANGE.
WINNIPEG, CANADA.-
Young man, said the  father of a
bright boy, this school report of yours
Is very unsatisfactory,
it.
I  told  teacher I didn't  think you
Oui of the Mouths of Babe*
Mamma—No, denr, you had better
I don't like j „ot play In the park   If your   head
aches.
Little Beatrice—It  isn't my head.
would, replied the little fellow, but: mamma;   I  think  it's only  my  hair
she wbb too contrary to change lt.      I lhat hurts.
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AFTER  FIVE  YEAR8 OF SUFFER.
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A great lover of animals, Professor'
Dryasdust was much given to having
his pet dog sitting beside him at
mealtimes, and eating tit-bits from
his own plate.
The other evening he was at a
dinner-party, and his partner was a
very great lady, 'who was proud of
her title.;
But the professor paid absolutely no
attention to her. His mind had
switched off on to some abstruse point
aud he was lost to the world over
the problem.
The duchess did not approve ot this
and presently, to attract his attention
she puller1, hiin gently by the sleeve.
Then the professor woke up. Grabbing a halt-picked chicken-bone from
his plate, he thrust lt uuder her startled nose.
Don't bother Just now, Fido! ho said
curtly. Here take this and go and
eat lt on the mat, like a good doggie.
Why doesn't she lake
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every one afflicted with this disease
owes it to himself to try lt.
A Slump
So when you were married you ran
away?
Yes.
Well, what theu?
O. well, then—we—er—walked back.
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The following unrehearsed Incident
took place at a village cricket match
on Saturday last. One of the umpires was the village butcher, who
waa very absent-minded. A wicket
had fallen, and the incoming batsman
look up his position and made the
request to the butcher umpire, who
was talking to the bowler at the other
end:—
Give me leg, please.
Turning round rather quickly, the
umpire remarked.—
Sorry sir, but we have only a few
shoulders left.
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
Two young ladles recently went to
see a cricket match.
They had never seen the game
played before, and with the Inevitable
curiosity of their sex they wanted to
know the Ins and out ot everything
they saw.
Presently the eyes of one damsel
rested on the wickets.
What aro those sticks in the ground
for? she asked her friend.
Why dear, replied the other wisely
1 suppose those are the cricket fixtures .
There may bo other corn cures, but
Holloway'a Corn Cure stands at the
head of the list so far as reaulta are
concerned.
Bill Sprague kept a grocer's shop
In a little village In Cumberland. One
day he set off for London to buy a
lot of goods. The goods were dispatched immediately, and as BUI had
lingered in London sight-seeing they
reached his village shop before him.
The goods. In Iln enormous packing-
caae, were driven to the shop by the
local carrier. Mra. Sprague came to
see what had arrived, and with a
shriek tottered and nearly tell.
Oh, what's the matter, ma'am? cried
a neighbor.
Mrs. Sprague. her eyes blinded with
tears, pointed to    the   pncklug-ruse,
whereon was stencilled lu large black
letters-
Bill Inside.
w. n. u. sir
Minard't Llnimtnt Curtt Dlttemptr
I understand that your wife and
Mrs. Exe are not on s.ueaklng terms.
It's bo, confound ll! Ami it is going to cost mo money.
Indued!     In what wny?
Oh, my wife now proposes to glvo
a big dinner parly, so thut sho can
snub Mrs. Kxe by not Inviting her.
Glancing hastily down the pages of
Tommy Jones's examination papers,
tho teacher's heart thrilled over Tommy's unexpectedly good showing, for
not ono of the questions remained unanswered. But upon subjecting the
papers to a moro careful perusal her
pride In Tommy's proficiency had a
fall. After seven of the ten questions Tommy had written politely:—
I am sorry that this Is a subject on
which I havo no Information.
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108 Cheques Will be
Distributed Among Canadian
Farmers. Will You Get One of Thbm?
In addition to the twenty-seven first prizes of $50 each, there will
be eighty-one other cash prizes, ranging from $10 to $25 in our
1912 PRIZE CONTEST FOR FARMERS
This contest ii alone the tame lines as the
one which was so successful last year, except
that there are three times as many prizes, and
therefore three times as many chances for
each contestant to win. Every farmer in Canada who us'» "Canada" Cement is eligible to
compete. 1\e conditions are such that large
and small users of cement have equal opportunities to win a $50 print
The conteit it divided into three clauu, and there
are first, second, third and fourth prim (150, |2S,
SIS aad f 10) in each clan.
CLAU"a"-rrlu,Hbe»irJ<il.lkilnr txrnm la .•:. fr«rl..a
wha DM Hon "Cinl_a" Cement oa tbair larau la 191 J.
CLASI "'I"—Frlie, M bt amilrj a Ik. I.«r firoml la nek
irarlaca »ka -.1  >M,M)bi al ika test concrete
xrerk txxx wilk  "Caaaaa"  Ceaeat aa .ketr  facia,
la Ull.
CUM "C—filar" ra ka HrcM la tke laur larraeri
tarack inrlaca wba m.i Ika bui df scrip-
(ten, rclllaf kow any alrca al concrete work
aria _aaa wltb "Caaaia" Cearnr.      (Katriea
far lata arlie start ba a_r_aa.jan'ea kr fftnta*
pxxxt .1 tka walk.)
Send
me
particulars
of your
Prize Contest
In addition to thus being divided into
classes, to as to give small users of cement an
equal chance with those who use more, the
Contest is also divided into nine divisions, one
for each province. So you see you need only
to compete with the other farmers of your own
province, and not with those all over Canada.
Don't think that becaust you have never
used cement, you cannot win a prize. Many
of lut year's prize winner! had
never uied cement before they
entered the Conteit. We will lend*
you a free book, "What the
Farmer Can Do Wilh Concrete,"
that nill not only help you in tht
Conteit, but will tell you everything you could want to knew about
the uie ef cement oa tht farm.
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Mate an. a ill.,, la-Jar aaa* fer
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vltbe Price CaaaTK rllkt x-xr.
Ira aim... paittl arcaifaa.
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Uaitei
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A
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\0t the Prize Contest.
Traveller (at crowded hotel)—How
much do I owe you? What's tny
hill?
Landlord—Let me see: your roomi
was—
Travellcr--Ilut I didn't have any
room.     I slept on the billiard table.
Landlord—Ah, well, two shillings
in hour.
Second thoughts may he beat but
they are not alwaya on time.
CAREFUL DOCTOR
Prescribed Change of Food Instead of
Drugs
It takes considerable courage for
a doctor to deliberately prescribe only
food for a despairing patient. Instead
of resorting to the usual list ot medicines.
There are some truly scientific physicians among the present generation
who recognize and treat conditions
as they are and should be treated, regardless of thc vnlue to their pockets.     Here's an Instance.
"Four years ago I was taken with
severe gastritis and nothing would
slay ou my stomach, so that I was on
the verge of starvation.
"I heard of a doctor who had a Bum-
mer cottage near me—a specialist
from N.Y.—and as u last hope, suit
for him. i
"After ho had examined mo care-!
fully he advised me to try a small j
quantity of Crape-Nuts at flrst, then
as my stomach became stronger to'
eat more,
"I kept at it and gradually got so
I could eat und digest three tenspoonfuls. Then I began In have color
In my tunc, memory became clenr.
where beforo everything seemed n
blank. My limbs got stronger and I
conld walk.    So I steadily recovered.
"Now after a year on drape-Nuts I
weigh lii:i lbs. My people were surprised at the way I grew fleshy and
strong on this food." Name given
by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor,
Out. Head the llttlo book. "The
Koad to Wellvllle," in pkgs. "There's
a reason."
Ever read tht above letter? A
ntw ont apptan from tlmt to time.
They art genuine, true and full of
human Inttrttt.
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Alter the bitty season Is over, pack
up and come east and spend three
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Write us for our new Cnrruculuui and
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Cursory
A huntsman called on Hodge, says
Judge, to settle for damages done by
a run to hounds and found ouly Mrs.
Hodge nt home.
Has your husband, ho Inquired,
nindc nn examination yet'.'
Tliat he have, sir, replied Mrs.
Hodge, with a curtsey.
lliither a cursory examination, I
suspect.
Oh, dreadful, sir. Sueh langwldge
I never heard—never.
Minard't Liniment Curtt Coldt, Etc.
In Iht Still Night
Mrs. I'Mdgll—What's Unit noise I
hear down in tho library?
Mr. Fldglt—Must be history repeating Itself,     (io to sleep.
Sportsman—I suppose you have
never had anything to do with racing
Mr. Ooodbody.
Curate-Er—no, not exactly. But
I did a bit of housc-huntlng when I
tlrst got married, you know.
It's ridiculous for a young man to
pel married as soon as he comes o'
age! said the elderly bachelor.
Thluk ao, do you? said Henpeck
languidly.
Of course! Why, he's scarcely old
enough to bv his own master.
Well, he Isn't lf ho gets married.
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irom a visit with friends at Wenat
cbee and Spookane.
Diod—In Grand Forki, on Tues-
;day, November 4, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mre. \V. I. Luscombe.
The lobby nt the Yale hotel
been increased in size.
has
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'ubllthed at Grand Porka, BrltUh Columhl
. Editor and Publlaher
A Hie of thli paper eaa bt tatn tt the office
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Personal Christmas Cards
A new sample book of the "Art"
series of Personal Christmas Cards
for 1912 has been received at The
Sun oflice. These cards proved
very popnlar last year. The designs this year are prettier than last
year. The ptices range from 81 per
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Addreaa all enmraiinloatloua to
Thb Evening Sun,
HHONB   K7I ObAND POSKB, B.C
FR1DA\,   NOVEMBER   8, 1912
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS ISSUE
C. W. Calhoun—Granby Bay Lots—
Page fi.
J. A. McCallum—Poultry for Sale-
Page 5.
P. Burns Jt Co.—Empress Brand Butter—Pnge 4.
Prof. Patty—Radium, oto., Demonstrations—Page 4.
The result of the American election did not surprise any one who
has kept in toucb with the trend of
pubiic sentiment in the republic.
The verdict plainly indicates that
the masses have grown weary of the
trusts and the political bosses.
Whether the new administration
will do anything to curb the arm
gance of the combines, and to lower
prices by reducing the abnormal
tariff, is problematical at present.
Democratic presidents and congresses have been elected on previous occasions to accomplish this
work, but they have made a
dismal failure of the task. It now
remains for President-elect Wilson
to show the American people that
hu is stronger than the trusts.
Mrs. J. R. Brown   has   returned
Most Important tvents of
Past Week Told in Brief
Paragraphs
FRIDAY.
Train running between Montreal
and Quecbec jumps the track and engine crew is. killed.
A deputation representing the
Union of Canadian Municipalities
wait on Dominion government asking
for municipal control of streets.
Home rule discussion continues in
committee, when Bonar Law chides
prime minister for inconsistency.
Fire destroyed the Hotel Berlin in
St. Louis. The guests were forced to
jump from windows.
It is believed that Turkey iB sn
badly beaten that she cannot retrieve
herself. Turkish war minister reports
that Bulgarians have been defeated at
Visa, and one town has been recaptured.
Curious situation exists in New
South Wales and Tasmania, where
state governments are kept in power
by the speaker both sides of the
house having an equal number of supporters.
SATURDAY.
More than $300,000 damage done
by fire which destroyed factories in
Montreal.
Indian hoy at Lytton shot by pro
vincial policeman and affair nllit-inlly
hushed up by the department.
Strike of 5000 CP.R. employees
will begin at 1 o'clock today; 300 already going ont at Fort William.
Turkey asks powers to intervene in
WIRE FENCES THi
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Come in and price our fencing wire, and we'll do business with you.   You'll find our wire and our prices right.
Whatever be your needs in Hardware, you'll find our
store the place to supply those needs.
THOS. A. MclNTYRE & CO.
war with Balkan  coalition, but it is
thought Kulgaria will raise objection
Governor Woodrow Wilson receives
scalp wound when limousine bumps
and hurls him against roof of car,
Because he could not bear to  t
horse he loved mistreated,   a  young
miner kills the animal  and   attempts
suicide,
MONDAY.
Three thousand C.P, R. employees
reported to have already walked out.
All traffic at Fort William is held up.
Winston Churchill is expected to
visit Vancouver to confer with Australian and New Zealand representa
tives on imperial defence,
Turkish government informs its
foreign representatives of its ability to
prolong the war.
Australian government will appeal
to the country for legislative power to
deal with trusts and combines.
Home Secretary McKenna prevented from speaking by uproar of suffragettes and barely escapes  mauling.
Prominent railway men, educationalists and clergymen receive honorary
militia titles of colonel and lieutenant-
colonel from the Dominion government.
TUESDAY.
Woodrow Wilson is elected president of the United States by an overwhelming vote.
The Turks are defeated by the Bulgarians in the bloodiest battle of (he
war.
Several amendments to the home
rule bill are discussed in the house of
commons, two being passed and two
rejected.
Until the Borden navil policy is de-
olared Sir Wilfrid Laurier advises
Hockelaga Liberals not to contest
the seat.
Although Montreal officials of the
C.B R. declare that the railway employees' strike is practically all over,
800 men at Toronto will go nut today.
WEDNESDAY.
Large Turkish army is completely
crushed and sultan ie preparing to
leave Constantinople.
Specific accusations charging the
president of the Iron Workers' union
with directing dynamiting ope a
ticns are now made.
Election returns still being announced show that Woodrow Wilson is gaining a still further electoral
vote majority
■ Vancouver high school cadets in
Few Zealand are received by governor and have several streets christened in their hoooe.
Railways squabble over a fence
and 100 C P. R. laborers nre camp'd
on stmt where CNR. desires to pro
o ed with construction work.
Canadian Northern Royal Mail
•teanier Royal George strikes rooks
ahout twenty seven miles from Que
^ec, hut all passengers are reported
to be snfe.
THURSDAY.
Balkan alMes hope lo divide Al-
ba lis lietwien Serv'a and Greece.
CI --'I of views nn this auhjeit.
Wrecked Canadian Noitbern
steamer Royal Gwirg" still r>sls firn -
ly nn the rocks one mile ea<t of
Point St Lawrence, tin the north
-ide of lhe channel, wilh 5U0 steer-
sge passengers nnd Ihe crew aboard.
A furious gale prevents the work nf
rescue.
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NOTICE
Silver King and Silver Queen Mineral
Claltna, situate In the Urand Forks Mining
Division nf Yale District.
Where Ideated: On the East Kork of the
North Fork ot Keltle Biver.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Jacob M. Paulsen.
Free Miner's Certllleate No. S-818H, tor
myself and aw ajrent for WllllamlH. Hoffman,
executor, and Koaa Major, exeoutrix, of the
will ol Gntherine Hoffman, Free Miner's
CertlHcate Mo. KSl.B, Intend, titty days
Irom date hereol. to apply to the Mining
KecerderlornOeitlflcaleol Improvements.tor
the purpose of obtalulug crown grants of the
nbove I'irtlms
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before tbe Issuance of suoh Cerlllcnlca of Improvement.
Dated this 4th day of May, A.D 1912.
JACOB M. PAULSEN.
A MIS-HIT
Did yeu make a mis-hit
the time you employed the
laat "help."
Don't worry. There are
lot* of (ood fish In the seo,
and a aure bait to catch them
Is • Want Ad.
who killed husbands hy reckless
automobile driving must work for
their widows.
Cold blooded murder in Regina
R'-al ei-tate agent is bludgeoned to
death.
.....                       •       t>    ■       British Columbia cabinet   minis-
Preliminary   count  gives  Prer.. ,er8 arrive in Ottawa for annual con-
den -elect Wilson 46 per cent of the , Uh federa, governnlen,.
total vote cast. °
Only nine out of fifty of the can-      D   ,    ~     .-rf ,    fa,ge    ,„
di'lutes   in   the   British Columbia , . ,      .    .
medical examinations at  Viotoria nients of competitors.    Advertise in
failed to pass. The Sun, because it is read by more
Justice Ciement gives novel sen- people than any other paper printed
tenets  at   Vancouver.    Chauffeurs in the Boundary district.
(jrand;"orks opera house
Tuesday, November 19
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NOTION
Huurlae Mineral Claim, altuate In Hie
Grand   Porka Mining Division at Tale Dla-
Where located: In Welling*.hi oamp.
TIKE NOTICE that I, Joaeph AllrcfMlller.
I Free Miner-* CertlScate No. H4..86. fii-
tend. alxty-laiafrnmtba date hereof, lo apply to the Mining Reeorder lor * Certificate
ol Improvement, for the purpoae of obtain-
Ins a Crow n iirnnt ofthe aliove claim.
And further take ruitloe that aotloa. uniler
section HI, muat be commenced before the
tnauiiiice of Mich Certificate of Improvements.
Dated thia Mtli day of April, A.D. 1912.
 *— Alt'**- ■	
JOSEPH ALFRED MILLER.
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol "•'."» Stett nerve la the body
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vim aud vitality. Premature decay and all sexual
rreakuew averted at once,   rhsephoaol will
lor
make vou a new mau.  Price U • box. or two lor
Some business men are so fond of
being deceived that they even endeavor to believe tbat they cau reach
the consumers ot tbis district without advertising!!) The Sun. THE  SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
{ll
for  anything  except politics.   Are
they less versatile or have they fewer
j opportunities to beeotne many-sided?
! Surely we need badly a political History of Canada. That such a work
can be written by a public man
without offence to others, and without embarrassment to himself, was
proven by Hod. James G. Blaine,
wbo wrote a most valuable historical
work between his retirement from
oflice in 1881 and his uouiinatioti for
president three years later.—Vancouver Sun.
Tbe Bobcaygeon Independent
thinks that either tbe recent bye-
election or his pot-metal title made
Sir Rotlmond Roblin daffy when he
snid that Britain is on her knees beseeching Canada for help. John
Bull does not have to, and does not
know bow to, get on his knees to
mortal man.—Toronto Star.
McClarys
MALK LSPBCIAH1 TO BURN B. U _lM
Repairs, when necessary, always in
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PRESS OPINION
Oolonel Roosevelt, "if he is not
elected president, may become editor of the New Xork Press at one
hundred thousand a year' Should
he sccept the editorship no one
doubts that he will do hard work
and good work for his paper. General Harrison upon leaving tbe white
house in 1893 resumed tb* practice
of law at Indianapolis and appeared
in the trial of cases to the end of
his life. At the same time he contributed some excellent articles to
the leading magazines of the country. In Britain we find cabinet
ministers and premiers writing
books and articles, the. result of research and erudition. Our Canadian
statesmen   do  not find much time
Hon. "Bob" Rogers is now.minis
ter pf public works, and the correspondent wbo announces this important fact also points out that he
haB forty millions to spend. Won!
What a carnival tbere will be—
while it lasts!—Victoria Times.
If Mr. Robert Rogers was the
power behind the unwarranted arrest of honorable men during the
Mucdoiiuld election-, Mr. Rogers
ought to be at the bar before the
judges instead of in the Dominion
government.   Toronto Globe,
A horse drawing the carriage in
which sat Premier Borden and Mr.
Monk at the duke's welcome back
to Ottawa kicked over the traces.
Supposed to be a case of plain, ordinary  horse-sense.—Victoria Times.
British subjects wbo desire to
hold tbe British empire together are
short-sighted in trying to associate
imperial unity with restricted markets in Canada, food taxes in Great
Britain and civil war in Ireland.—
London Advertiser.
A prominent grain man s remark
FOR SALE
Six Pens Black Minorcas
Each pen consists of four 1-year-old
Hens, mated with a Cockerel
j.  A.   MCCALLUM
PHONE   L.103 QRAND   FORKS, B. O.
—GRANBY BAY
"THE PAY ROLL TOWN"
Home of the 2000 ton per day Granby Copper Smelter
and sawmill now producing over GOO-,000 feet of lumber per month, both owned by the Granby Bay Con-
solidatod Mining, Smelting A- Power Co., Ltd., a corporation with  assets of over seventeen  millions!
The mines at Granby Bay already have the stupendous total of 4,500,000 tons of rich copper ore
/"in sight," and the mining carried on in the winter of 1911-12 proved the wealth of the properties
beyond guess-work. The ore now in sight will
keep the smelter busy 75 years. Think of it! And
this not taking into account various other adjoining properties, come under option to tue Granby
Co. It is estimated that the Granby Co. can pro
duce copper here for 23 cents a ton cheaper than
at its Grand Forks smelter. When the big smelter is completed the total investment of the
Granby Co here is expected to be nearly two
millions,and that over 1000 men will be employed
here.
When you consider the faet that today two
bustling cities in British Columhia are ul must, an
tirely supported by the payrolls of this company
—Phoenix and Grand Forks—you can get an
idea what Granhy Buy will he
Granby Bay bus a gnnd deepwater harbor, and
today the G. T. P. and C P. R and the Union
Steamship Coinpany operate regular steamers to
this point.
Granby Bay is going to be a Payroll Town,
And it is the kind of a town that is always "up
and doing." A conservative estimate places the
number of men to be employed at 1000 and their
monthly payrollat about $100,000,without figuring
on any other industiies outside of the properties
and smelter of the Granby Co.
Grasp those factsl
Granby Bay is in the very heart of a developed
abulously rich copper mining district.
Granby Bay has a smelter owned by a formidable commercial Giant, the Granby Company.
Granby Bay will have an immense payroll
every mouth.
Granbv Bay must have a population of over
ltji.0 people.
Granby Bay is a seaport.
Granby Bay can produce copper cheaper than
in places where big profits are made from mining
and smelting.
Every lot in Granby Bay is a gilt edged investment.
Onlv a few choice lots are being offered for sale in Granby Bay Townsite—and there is not much
doubt that thoy will be snapped up quickly. The prices are very low. To avoid disappointment
applications for lots should be made now. The Continental Trust Co., Ltd , of Prince Rupert, is acting
as trustee for the property.     Fill out the coupon und mail today fur full   particulars, maps  and   prices.
SION THIS COUPON AND MAIL      .
C.   W.  CALHOUN
Sole Agent
336 Hastings Street West
Room 4
VANCOUVER British Columbia
MR. C. W. CALHOUN.
Sole Agent "Granby Bay Townsite,"
Room 4, 336 Hastings Street West,
Vancouver, B  C. Dept. "C."
Please send me, without obligation on my part,
fnll and detailed information ahout Granby Bay,
also prices.
Name	
Adlress	
on the Macdonald election this morning wes: "Tbe Roblin-Rogers combination would have beaten the
Duke of Connaught even worse, and
they'd probably have worked the
loyalty cry against him, to boot."
Winnipeg Tribune.
A theory seems to  be  sufficient
for the philosopher to grind away
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does not answer the lawj when a subscriber dues nut take liis paper out nf
the postulliri', anil state tlio reason for
its not being taken. Any neglect tn
do so makCH the  postmaster  reapotlsl
ble to the publlaher for payments,
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to send it until payments are made,
and collect the whole amount whether
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Woman doesn't care to shy her hat
Into the ring, remarked the Observer
ot Events and Things; what she most
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WOMAN'S
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Mrs. Annm. Cameron, Thessalon, Ont.
Women who are suffering from those
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W. N. U. «17
Qrand Old Man
The Mexican wno haa juat died at
the alleged age of 185 has been predeceased (according to . American
news) during the past doien years or
so by a citizen of New Brunswick
aged 132, and a comparative youngster
of Valley Mills. Texas, whose age was
only 115.
The man in the street will be par
doncd for thinking that the 185 has
boon Inadvertently transposed from a
cricket report. Among ex-Biblical
heroes probably Old Parr and Henry
Jenkins will stand as the best authenticated Instances of supcrlongevlty.
The monument at Bolton |Yorkslilre)
records that Jenkins attained the
amazing age ot 169.
A man of elglity-slx, observed Mr
Dooley recently, looks down on a man
of eighty-five, and receives his callow
opinions with a superciluous smile;
and for that reason probably |if not
because he was a fisherman) Jenkins
was able to give evidence on oath
concerning matters 140 years or so
previous. As a hale young centenarian he was ln the habit of swimming the Swale with ease, and as a
boy he Is said to have taken a horse-
load of arrows to be forwarded north
for the Battle of Flodden.
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The diner thrust the tip of his
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waiter had brought him. He held
lt up to the light and examined lt
while the waiter stood hy anxiously.
Then the diner resolutely returned the
yellow disc tp his plate and scraped
some ot It upon his bread.
I take thee, he said, for butter or
worse.
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Due to Acid io the Blood-Can Only
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Not many years ago even doctor*,
thought that rheumatism was only a
local pain caused by exposui. to cold
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to contract, stiffens the joints and Irritates the nerves. If not promptly
treated the stiffness spreads and the
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My joints became swollen and the pain
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Lady—I am looking for a governess
for my children.
Manager of Intelligence OHicc—Did
we supply you with one last weok?
Ves.
Well, madam, according to her re
port you dou't need a governess. You
nerd a lion-tamer.
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JOS. DUB1S8.
Commercial Traveller.
Now tiiey claim that the human
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In what amount?
Oh, In varying-quantities.
Well, that may account for somo
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Consideration For Others.
lt goes without saying tbat consideration for others ia one of the twelve
pillars of the law ot good breeding
and a very Important one. Everybody
recognizes tbls ln a general way, yet
■any people do not realize how large
a share It haa ln tbe technical rules pt
•tlqnette. Thus punctuality li said to
be the politeness of kings, but punctuality ta dictated by a consideration for
others as well aa by the desire to hava
everything move In a smooth and orderly manner. Guests at a dinner
muat arrive at the hour named or Ave
minutes after lest they keep tha party
assembled watting for them. Fifteen
minute, la tha utmost limit allowed to
tardy comers.
A hoateas who Invttea frtenda to visit her simply because aba ta bored and
wanta tbem to amuse her violates, per*
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of money and Uttla to do sometimes of-
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to have some bright girl or clever
young man come to stay with tbem to
brighten tbem np. If they provide
amusement for tha visitors or give
them something desirable wblcb tbey
do not get at borne, such as autorao-
biting, coasting or akatlng, there la no
objection to tbelr expecting thereafter
to make tbem soma return In tba way
•f agreeable talk.
Elderly parsons or those living quiet
ly ln tha country should remember tbat
tbe dally routine of tbelr existence
may seem dull to active young people
accustomed to more Ufa and excitement Let ua all beware Ieit we become social vampires, draining tba vitality of tbose wbo come near us.
The woman wbo throws open bet
House for the sole purpose of displaying Ita expensive furniture and appointments la worse than ber "bored"
■later, because abe adds pride to self,
hbness. A atory la told of two rival
leade/s Jg a large American city wblcb
•hows to wbat depths of vulgarity ons
may descend If oue permits pride ta
replace good feeling toward otbera
lira. X. appeared at a ball wearing e
costume of magnificent brocade which
quite eclipsed the gown ot Mrs. K.
The latter congratulated her rival on
tbe beauty ot ber dress and urged hei
to wear It nt a reception which aba
(Mra, R.) proposed to give a week oi
two later. Mrs. X., not dreaming ol
auy treachery, unwisely compiled wltb
tba request. Imagine ber feelings
wben on arriving at tbe bouse of Mrs,
K. abe found (hat the latter had bad all
her drawing room furniture covered
wilh the admired brocadel
De You Sit Correctlyf
In tho good old daya a lndy would na
more think of silting wltb ber elbowi
on tbe table nnd ot crossing ber legs
tban sbe would of eating with ber
knife. Now auch actlona ara ao common aa to pasa aimoat unnoticed.
Tbe girl who leans habitually on ber
elbows soon ruioe tbem. The akin
roughens and reddens, eventually becoming callous and horny. Worse yet,
tbo pressure of tbe body on tbe elbow
stops the circulation and reddens tba
■kin of tbe entire arm.
More dangerous Is tba bablt common
to men-and women alike of sitting with
one leg swung over tbe knee of tbe
other. Tbe pressure comes at a sensitive pnrt of tbe leg and knee, a spot
wbere tbere are a number of large
veins, arteries and nervea. Tbe pres-
■nre stops circulation, crowds tbe Mamie* together and produces rarloua Hla,
Many a woman wbo suffers from
headache or numbness will And It relieved lf ahe ceases to sit wltb her tega
crossed. Tho bablt long continued produces varicose veins, a red nose, bruised
spots and otber Ilia attendaut on stopped circulation.
It will be eaaler to conquer tbla bad
bablt If a womnn makes a practice of
alttlng erect en cbalr or sofa with the
end of ber aplna pressed close against
tba baek of her cbalr. Tbla will throw
her feet In a natural position on tbe
■round, and the temptation to loaf ol
alt crosa legged la minimized.
Mated Appreciation.
A workman called at the home of
President Taft'a 'brother. Charlie. In
Cincinnati to perform aome odd Job,
and be paused to note some of the
priceless paintings ln Brother Char-
lle'e private gallery. He was attract
ed to a* squill original Van Dyck aud
moved lip closer to get a better look.
"Ah!" be exclaimed. "I've got tbnt
inmo thing down bom*. Tea, It'a exactly Ilk* tbat. My wife got tt some
place here In town. Are they worth
mncbr
"That one la worth $3.*i.00O," be waa
told.
"Haul" he murmured. "I guess I'll
bare ours framed." - Bt. I'aiil Die-
patch.
A CHANCERY ROMANCE.
Helping a Friend, H* Unearthed a Factum Far Hlmaalf.
Perbapa tbere la no more cnrloua
chapter tn tha history of tbe cbancery
courts tban tbat of two Plttsbnrgb
men. Tha flrst bad a claim to a small
estate abroad, but he did not have th*
money to pay the claim agency to
make a search, ao be got a friend to
back blm.
This frlend'a name waa Peterman,
and tbe money he advanced waa like a
grub atake—he waa gambling on hla
frlend'a claim proving up.
One day when Peterman waa at tba
claim agency office be came upon this
advertisement ln Ihe agency flics: "Peterman (Albertus), musician, born In
Amsterdam In 1829, son ot Charles
Frederick and Henrietta Suzanna Gasman. Left for Liverpool, in 1856., Ha
la sought for Inheritance by M. 'Con-
tot, avocat, 21 Boulevard St Germain,
Parts."
Tbat was tha Inception of the famoua "Klnsey docks" case, tbe name
coming from the fact that the original
Peterman was last aeen at Klnsey
docks. In Liverpool. The claim agency
took tbe matter ln hand, traced Peter-
man's lineage back and enabled blm
to establish a good claim to an Inheritance of 1200,000.
Tbat waa a caae of fortune being
thrust upon * m*n- — Lewla Edwin
Thelsa hi Harper's Weekly.
JOBS FOR THE INDIGENT.
Swiss Method af Solving th* Problem
,     af tha Unemployed.
In Switzerland th* people act upon
the theory tbat a man wbo la unemployed la, lf left to himself, liable to
become a waste by being a subject of
charity and a tax upon the community.
Therefor* tb* problem la considered aa
an economic question.
Tbe purpose ia to assist the unfortunate unemployed to secure work, not
only for the sake of bla family, bnt tn
th* Interests ot th* state. There ls no
toleration for tbe loafer. Begglug ia
prohibited by tbe law, and vagrancy ia
classified as a crime.
It an unemployed person doea not
make a serious effort td And work tbe
authorities will And It for him, and
be la compelled to perform It If be
refuses he ta placed in tbe workhouse;
where strict discipline ta maintained
and every Inmate la required to work
to hie full capacity, receiving therefor
hla board and lodging and trom 5 to
10 cents a day ln wages.
Tbere ar* also Institutions wber*
temporary employment la furnished to
persons out of work, tbrough no fault
of their own, and comfortable accommodations and aome money compensation given until they can Ind mora remunerative wages.-Chlcngo Tribune,
JANITORS IR VIENNA.
Tan
Those Autocrats Ara Paul Prya,
Collectors and Jailers.
The Viennese whs does not wish to
ba out ot pocket must keep early
hours. After ten o'clock at night he
is taxed on entering his own house
or apartment. The "sperregeld" or
door opening tax is not peculiar to
Vienna, but is also found in other
capitals of Europe.
The 2,000,000 residents of the Austrian capital are praolically imprisoned iti their own homes from ten o'clock
in the evening until six the next
morning. They may go in or out only
by paying the equivalent of four cents
to the jsnitor or, as the Austrians call
hiin, the house master.
Now, Vienna is built on the flat or
apartment house plan. Rich men and
working people alike live in quarters
of this kind. The houses are larpe.
having five or Bix floors, usually with
four flats on a floor, so that not infrequently there will be upward of 100
persons living under one roof. There
is a common entrance from the street,
and after ten o'clock at night this
dcor is bolted and barred.
This tax must be met every time one
passes through tlie doorway. There Is
no exception to this rule. A man who
hss dine with a friend must, if he
stsys lste, pay four cents lo get out
of his friend's house snd four cents
more to get into his own. A telegram
in tlie night calls for the psymeut of
the tax before the messenger can enter.
It is the function of the house master to keep duplicate copies of forms,
on which every individual in the
house must report to the police his
age, birthplace antl religion, his exact
occupation and other personal deftils
that the Austrian authorities insist on
knowing. Nor does the vwer of the
Viennese janitor end here. From the
little lookout that he occupies at the
foot of the stairs he sees every one
that goes "in or out. He ascertains
with astonishing accuracy the amount
of each tenant's income, the events of
his private life and the character of
his visitors.
In eome apartment houses the house
master is more powerful than in others.   There is a case on  record io
Motherly Adv.c*.
"My dear, you mustn't be so sharp
wltb strange young men. Tou knew
you may give tbem a wrong Impression."
"What's tha matter now, mother}"
"You scarcely spoke a word to that
young man you were Introduced to
laat evening."
"1 didn't like bla way. mother."
•■Did yon know blm!"
"No; I'd never met blm before."
"Do you know anything about blniT*
. "Nothing, except that be seemed to
mc to b* very Impertinent"
"Still, yon sbonldn't bate snubbed
blm, at least nntll yon bad learned
more abont blm. One* I snubbed a
yoong man tbat way without knowing
Wbo be was, and I regretted It ever
after, because I found out later thnt
be waa very rich. I mlgbt bave married blm If | bad been more careful."
-Detroit Free Press.
AN ACADIAN AUTHORESS.
Grace McLeod Rogers Makes a Specialty of Canadian Folk Lore.
Many hearts, vexed to preserve to
this Canada of ours its golden wealth
of unreclaimed tradition, sighed ss
people sigh for "a light untimely
snuffed," when Grate McLeod Rogers,
its saviour in Nova Scotia, put aside
her highly successful literary enterprises for the, to her, dearer duties
snd joys domestic, says The Csnsdian
Courier. Those hearts, however, are
about to be comforted, for now her
four splendid boys are "out of arms,"
as she puts it—the eldest, a freshman,
carried off this year Acadia Ollego's
trophy for essay writing—Mrs. Rogers   facile pen has been re-assumed.
Canadian folk lore is Mrs. Rogers'
field, particularly in its Novt Scotian
features.   Her first volume,  "Stories
from the Land of Evangeline," appeared when Mrs. Rogers was Graco Dean
McLeod.   It won immediate recognition, both here and across the waters,   _
as a native product of rare beauty by I o
virtue of both its matter and author- j o
Bhip; its tales being incorporated into the School Readers of three countries, Canada, New England, and Old
Scotia, and widely used also as supplementary reading.
Later productions were published
from time to time in the best periodi-
c*« of Canada and the United States.
These were written usually upon request and were characterized always
by the reality of subject, the delicacy
of diction, and the high pervading
Bpirit which marked that initial sericB
of province tales. Love of the Has-
Been, a faculty for research, and a
genius for adapting her language to
her theme, account for Mrs. Rogers'
achievement/ And the lapse of years
has served only as a mellower of these
powers, to judge from latest examples
of her work.
But for more than "pennish" rea-
Bons might this authoress bc proud.
She is the daughter of the late A. J
: ooooooooooooooooooooeei
THE SWINEHERD.
Bowa tbat are to produce fall
litters should be bred In May It
possible. Tbla will bring tb*
pigs In September and ln Um*
for tbem to get a good start before fold weather.
Keep a good brood aow aa long
aa ahe will produce satisfactory
litters. Tbe plga from mature
sows will average more welgbt
ae alx months old, everything
equal, than tbose from vary
young sows.
Be sure the hogs, old and
young, have plenty of pure, freak
water to drink. Comparatively
few people realize tbe importance ot drinking water for hoga,
Uo alow wllb corn to tbe brood
sows and young pigs.
Oo not allow too many ptga to
run together. Unless the range
la large each litter should have
Ita own pasture.
I'ork costs only one-tblrd te
one-balf aa mncb wben pastures
are osed aa wben concentrated
feada alone are used.
poooooooooooooooooooooooa*
TAMING  UNRULY  BULLS.
D1UJ   13   UU-   i-UUglll-ii   vi   iuc   i»™   -,.   «•   I
McLeod, distinguished as barrister
and author, and is also the niece of
R. R. McLeod, the well-known litterateur. Her ancestry includes the Warrens and Hopkins of Mayflower fame
and the Dunvegan McLeods of Skye.
The Nova  Scotia  Historical  Society
which an Anglo-Saxon resident was, claims her as a member—a distinction
obliged to move from an apartmenl | she is the first woman eligible to en-
that he particularly like for the sim-   joy.  Also, in compsny with Miss Mar-
pie reason that he could not venlurs
to speak with any degree of sharpness
to the man at his door, even when
tha janitor was remiss in his duties.
Th* flat was owned by a railway belonging- to the state. This made th*
house master a state official, to insult
whom is a very serious offence in
Austria. A reprimand for delaying let
ters would be construed into an insult,
and the foreigner deemed it test to
mora to other quarters.
Unreasonable.
"I suppose your chief creditor ts very
rich."
"Well, I sbould any so Rut even al
thai ha acts aa tbough I were living
above bis meiins."-l*'liegende Blatter.
A Safe Lover.
Perkins-Does lhe young man  wlie
to courting yonr daughter leave at a
reasonable hour?   I'uter-Tes; 1 ban
no reason to klek.-Hoston Transcript
To ae* good In a heart thai seems
•vll Is to beget good there.-William
Henry I'belpe.
shall Saunders—whose story about her
pet goats lately appeared in print-
she received last June at the hands of
Acadia College the honorary degree,
M.A. But while she fondly cherishes
her family traditions, instanced by
her writing when she gave her photograph, "The scarf is my McLeod tartan—I muBt always wear it about
me"; and while she delights in her
varied honors aa in tha symbols of
her countrymen's goodwill, modesty of
the sincerest type is the crown of this
woman's woman-nature. "I am only
a woman," somewhere she writea,
"not even the much-abused 'new woman' bristling with Academic honors,
member of societies legion,, and burdened with suffrage, and school bill
and tariff, but a simple-minded, old-
fashioned one, believing in love, and
homo, and 'the untrodden ways'."
An Interesting Theory.
That the increased efficiency, due to
climatic conditions, of the transplanted Britisher will soon make Canada
the centre point of tbs British Empire
is the statement, with which Prof.
Willis Moore, chief of the U. 8. weather bureau, has startled Londoners
recently. *
Prof. Moore declares it can be scientifically demonstrated that the climate
of the North American continent ia
producing a race which in mental and
physical energy promises to be distinctly more efficient than any past
nation of the Northern Aryan race.
He bases his theory on the fact that
tlie northwest winds of Canada, blowing with great velocity from an ex-
Why irulsos Ikikii Black and Blue.
Th* color of blood la due chiefly to
Iron tn the little blood cells. When
the Iron Is kept In these IHU* blood
cells, wblcb are living and traveling
around In the blood vessels, tho color
to red. Dlt Ihe aklu bard enough to
break aome of the little blood vessels
beneath tbe surface and the little red
cells escnp. from lb* Injured blood
veasels, wauder about for awh!l* In
th* tissues aud dlt. When they dl*
tb* Iron that mad* thero red beforo
tben changes to black and blue coloring. After awhile Ibis Iron la tnken up
by tbe glands called tbe lymphatic*
end mad* orer again luto nice red calls.
Tbe Iron la taken up very mucb mor*
quickly by tb* lympbatlca tf tlie black
aud bine spot la rubbed and massaged
-St. Nicholas.
A Glass N.ddl. StitotU.
Aa diabolical a specimen of murderous Ingenuity as ever wns discovered
by tbe police wns found op* day In tba
possession of a Chinaman  who bad
been working In a laundry ln New Or-
tea us nnd wbo was believed to hare
Intended using It upon bis employer.
It wns a tiny stiletto, wllb a handle
ahout as thick aa a carpenter'a pencil   - - ... .
and a blade four Inches long of glass. I reme altitude of vast electrical no-
■    *„  T.—.i. .. . .....hi.    i tin*   tentia ity, re ease more ozone in the
poliiledn. keenly a, a needle. A tiny , *■ breathing than
groove bod been Bled around the blade p i othef [o m ^fl Tha
| close to Ibe bllt Suppose It wot drlv- ^.^ 0, c'ana()l. meI. (rom the
; tn Into a nian'e body. It would be cer- | m„inc olianastes of Europo in the fad
I tain io brc»k off at Ih* groove and ] tnat moit 0, ^t wjll(js originate over
I leave throe Inches of glass deep In bis iina „eas an<j i\,t. tliey carry oxygen
flosh. What la mora, th* punctun which is readily transmuted into otona
; would be so tiny that It wonld prob- by electricity, whereas the marina
! ably close at ouro and show no mark, winds of the British Isles and tha
' not even a slngl* drop of blood. European continent are lacking In the
 I means for releasing this virile element.    Consequently   tha   Canadian
Tw* Methods of Repressing Thali"
Superabundant En.rgy,
Wt suppose every on* haa a rectp*
for th* treatment ot these very troublesome fellows, but It will do no hurt
to tay something from our standpoint
■aya Hoard'a Dairyman.
ln the flrst place, bulla get nnrnly
largely because of tbe auperabundant
energy tbat la wrapped up ln them.
Shey ought to be made to work every
day on a tread power or ln aome other
way and get real tired. That will do
moro to repress their "masculine rage"
tban anything wo know of.
Second, lf a young bull geta tha nation In his bend tbat be ta boss take
bim out on tbe meadow or wbere th*
■now la deep enough to make a fair
cushion and throw blm witb a double
loop a few times. Tbat will put mon
sense of bis Inferiority In the banda
ot man Into his thick bead than anything we ever tried. The double loop
ta made in the following manner!
Take a half Inch rope, aay, twenty
feet long. Pasa one end through tbe
nos* ring, leaving abetit alx feet la
front thence up between tba horns.
Tben pasa tbe rope around tba body
Juat back ot tbe tor* legs and make a
balf bltcb at the backbone, tbenot
back to the blps, making another turn
around the body Just In front of the
bind lega wltb a balf bltcb at lbe backbone and carry ont tbe rope ovtr Ue
tall alx or eight feet ln tba rear.
Let two men take bold of the end ta
front and two more on the rope In tbe
rear and give ■ (tout pull together,
when down goes Mr.'Bull aa If ba waa
abot Hold blm down by the bead a
few momenta and let bim up. Likely
tnougb he will make a lunge at tbe
men in front but another alow pull
brlnga blm to bla aide wltb a bang.
Throw him two or three times In thia
way, and it will take tbe conceit out
of btm wonderfully. You bave not
atruck blm nor hurt blm nor ta hla anger aroused. He to alinply nonplused
and completely beat at your power
over blm.
We have known of several very can-
tankerous bulls wbo were kept quite
<V>cent by an occasional dose ef tb*
double loop.
His Painful Debut.
"I shall rot easily forget my debut,"
Sir Charles Wyndhnm aaid on one occasion. "Wa oiwiicd at Washington,
and I appeared as a character wbo
had to declare, '1 am drunk with love
and enthusiasm.' Having uttered the
flrst three words, I. was seized wllb
atage fright and said no more. Tbla
ta whnt I rend In a New Tork paper
Ihe next morning: 'A Mr. Wyndbani
represented a young mnn from South
America. Ha bnd. better go there btm
self"       	
Tht two powers which In my opinion
ronsllliitt a wis* man art those ef
bearing and lorbearlug-Eplctttua
Wauldn't Hava Misted.
As a battalion was returning from
rille practice at tlie ranges a shot waa
discharged from the leading company,
apparently by accident, but lb* bullet
passed uiiroiiiforlnbly close to the colonel. "Look here," he roared to tb* cap-
lain of lho company, "who tired Hint
aholt" "Sir," rpplled Hi* officer proud,
ly, "It can't lie n man of iii.v company,
foi Ihey are all first class shota."-Lonfl
duu Glob*.
weather expert maintains that the
Canadian can no more control that
nervous energy which is the marvel
of Europe than he can stop hit own
breathing.
Th*
Wben
Refined Rooting.
English   root   very
cricketer   lands  a
politely.
(ly  the
Drenching tht Ooorsttp.
ln many parts of England there exists even to-day a very curious custom which makes it imperative lor the
girl frienda ot a bride to drench thu
doorstep of her home with boiling
water if they wish other marriages lo
follow very quickly. At the wedding,
therefore, great kettles of hot water
stand ready for this strange ceremony,
Gaoltgittt Coming.
Tlte twelfth session of the International Geological Congress, held in
Ottawa, Canada, during 1913. Tbla
is tha first time this country has been
honored with this important meeting
and the following details in advance
will he of interest to our readers:
Since tha flrst meeting ot tlie congress in Paris in 1878, meetings hav*
been held in Italy, Germany, England, tha United States of America,
Switzerland, Russia, Austria, Mexico
and Sweden. At the laat congress hold
in Stockholm in 1910 there wts an attendance of 860, and it is expected
that this number will he exceeded ia
Canada next year.
Geologists trom every quarter of tha
globe will attend the congress and
for many it will be their first visit te
Canada. They will include professors
from the leading universities and mining schools, officers of the various
Government geological aurveya and
mining departments, and geologists
and mining engineers in private prae*
tic*.
Gets  King's  Prist.
Another happy couple haa qualified
wum   a   i-i«-»«ci   ..Liu,,   •   .._.    ■■— ■ —--- . --- ,   -, .. ...       a  oner nappy cuupie hub quinine.
blcncherltea   yell:   "Oh,   Jo..,    well I •"*.••?*»"«   '» "«*£«ft JR» ; for the Ktag^UitlJn..,. Triplet,,
caiu.Mil!    Oh,   very
deed!"    Sometimes
plays iiDinvially well ihey write blm e
note Ibe next day.-Loolsvllle Courier
Journal.
w_.il  o_.n_.lit   In-   have dispersed the young gii
ZZr,   *   nlartt; V'fty »»y *>*» •*"*" •""•I''"* ll" t-ire9-
when   a   plajtr   {^ „„,',,„ |ong ,s the waler sup.
ply will last.
Well Satisfied.
First Negro-I hculi lhat Andrew
Jackson Jones am nm over by an au-
toniptilte. Did he get any aallsfsc-
llniili Second Negro-He tulilnly did.
He look de machine's number, played
policy v'.t ll an wuu 1101- Satire.
Mllt.n's Works.
Milton regarded lhe "Paradise Regained" as infinitely superior to the
"Paradise Lost" and once expressed
great surprise that any one should
entertain a contrary opinion. "On
the Morning of Christ's Nativity" wa.
his best. It was his earliest, being
written in 10H9. when he was twenty,
en: yeara ol age.
two girls and a boy, have been born to
Mrs. John MontagM of Earlacourt,
Toronto. All concerned are doing well.
What is most remarkable about thi
occurrence is that this la tht third
time Earlscourt has been blessed il
tills way within the space of a coupU
of months. Ea.lscourt ia a suburt
chiefly mad* up ol English immi,
jranta.    ______________
Th. peopl. ar* a funny bunch,
Aa narrow at thsy'r. broad.
Tou start to hiss, they'll follow suH|
AbdIsuJ aad they'll epPlauA THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
$1 Per Week Invested in Bassano Will Start
You on the Road to Fortune. Full-sized Lots
60 .Each. Nothing Down. $1 Per Week.
No Interest. No Taxes. Lots Guaranteed
High, Dry and Level.
WILLIAM KLEIN,
Real Estate Investments,
115-7 LOUOHEED BUILDING,
CALGARY, ALBERTA
NtWS OF THt CITY IN BRIEF
The provincial power spraying
outfit, in charge of Mr Dixon, has
commenced operations in the orchards of the valley. Orchardists furnish two nozileholders and pay for
the material used, the government
furnishing the sprayer and a man to
operate it free. The sprayer i8 at
present at work in Cooper BroB.'
orchard.
Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Sheads will
leave next Tuesday for a six months'
vacation trip to the Eastern stales.
They will visit for some time at Mr.
Sheads1 old home at Gettysburg,
Pa., but will also malce side trips to
Philadelphia, Washington, New
York and Boston.
Prof. Patty has given his lecture
on Radium, Liquid Air and Wireless Telegraphy three times to the
Spokane high school. He will give
the same lecture with demonstrations at the o| era house Tuesday
evening, November 19.
Provincial Constable I. A. Dinsmore, of Greenwood, waa in the
city Wednesday.
Read the notice of Prof. Patty's
entertainment apd lecture on Radium, which is given on page 4,
Britit-h Columbia was very largely
represented at Ihe International
Dry Farming Congress at Lethbridge. Forty-one prizeB were won
by exhibitors from this province.
Wanted—Any kind of a job; one
day, half a day, or one hour. Address K. Furutani, Box 535, city.
Twenty-two men are employed
in Phoenix building the new skating rink.
W, B. Fleming hae been elected
presidnt of the Greenwood skating
rink, and  K. C. B, Frith secretary.
Weekly Banner Contests
The contests for the attendance
banners at the public school this
week resulted as follows:
Percentages and Nuniher of Pupils Late— Division I 9fi 3*2, 1 late;
Division II 97.22, 0 late; Division
III 90.88, 2 late; Division IV 97,95,
,1 late; Division V 94.0'), 1 late;
Division VI 98.04, 0 late; Division
VII, not reported.
Both banners go lo Division VI
which claims the punctuality banner
from Division II, since Division II
is composed of older pupils.
Copper Shipments
Shipments of blister copper from
the Granhy company's smelter in
this city for the past week amounted
to 454.000J pounds, bringing the
tutal shipped for the year to 18,333,-
500 pounds.
ORE SHIPMENTS
The following are the returns of
the ore production of the Boundary
mines for the week, and also for the
vear to date:
Granby 25,458 922.315
Mother Lode  6,682 3fi(),092
Rawhide  5,181 176,770
Jackpot  12,230
Athelstan   340
Emma  4,900
Napoleon      268 7,686
Belcher      460 460
Lone Star  2,022
Others        55 10,855
Smelter treatmen—
Granbv 25,530 974.200
B. C. CopperCo... 12,290 503,807
While chopping wood at Christina last week Gun Peterson lost
three toes and part of one foot
through  cutting himself   with   an
ST. JOSEPH'S BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL
Ixicated in the central part of the city
of Nelson, offers every facility for a
solid education iu English, commercial
and music branches. Einhroidery.plain
and fancy needlework and singing are
given special attention. The commercial course includes stenography, type
writing, hookkeeping and commercial
practice. Pupils prepared for examinations of the Associated Boards of the
London Royal Academy and Royal
College of Music.
HANSEN SCO
CITY BAGGAGE ANO TRANSFER
WOOD DEALERS
AND GENERAL TEAMING
Office I
F. Downey's Cigar Store
iTltLKPHOKKS; ,
OFFita, m>6 Ffret Slrppt
Hulrhl'i Residence, R18
WM. DINSMORE
^fe Shoe Shop
Repairing of every description neatly and
promptly done.
Shop Next C.P.R. Hotel. Columbia, B.C.
W.F.ROBINSON
6ENERAL TRANSFER WORK
WOOD  AND ICE
OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE
PH0NF64 GRAND FORKS, B. C.
SuitS  tO   Order   M8  Upwards
*T We arc agents for some of the leading tailoring establishments in the east. When you order from us you have
the advantage of being measured by a practical tailor,
ensuring perfect fit.   We guarantee satisfaction.
Our Fall and Winter Goods Have Arrived
They are the best you can buy. We guarantee you the
best made clothes in the country at the lowest prices.
We always have men that know their business making
these clothes. Call and see our goods and prices. We
want your trade, and we can give you satisfaction.
Geo. E. Massie, the  Reliable Tailor
Mining Stock Quotations
Spokane, Nov. 7.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Bid. Asked
Granby Consolidated. 57.00 60.00
B. C.   Copper      5.25     5.75
TO CONSUMPTIVES
Hev. Edward A, Wilson having been
restored to health by simple means, after suffering for several years with a
■severe affection and that dread disease
OONSUM PTION, I am anxious in
his behalf to make known to his fellow
sufferers the means of his eure. To
any one who desires itl will send (free
of ohaige) a full description of his
cure. You will find it a wonderful
remedy for CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CATARUH,
GMP, COUGHS, COLDS, and all
lung and throat maladies. I hope all
suffers will try Mr. Wilson's remedy,
as it is invaluable. Those desiring the
description, which will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing,
will please address.Charles A. Abbott,
60 Ann Street, New York City.
THE
LONDON DIRECTORY
(Published Annually)
tillable* traders throughout the world to
communicate direct with Knglish
MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS j
In eaoh claw of eoodfl. Resides being a oomptete commercial guide to London and Its
suburbs, the directory eoutaius lists of
EXPORT MERCHANTS
with the (foods they ship, and the Colonial
and foreign Markets they supply;
STEAMSHIP LINES
arranged under the Porte to which they sail,
and Indicating the approximate Sailings;
PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES
of leading Manufacturers, Merchant!*, elo„ ln
the principal provincial towns and Industrial
centres of the United Kingdom.
A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal
Order for 208.
Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise
their trade cards ior £1, or larger advertisements from £3 ■
TBE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.,
25, Abohurch Lane, London, E.C.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
PHONE    L14
Dry" four-foot Fir and Tamarac.   Cedar and
Tamarac Posts. Prompt attentionto phone orders
A. GALLOWAY. JS* COLUMBIA P. o.
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 Boundnry Country, employ com
potent workmen, and curry a complete
line of Stationery.
WE PRINT
'   Billheads and Statement.*,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and 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.
Everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
.HfMin PDIIMTIIWJ-***-"tl*B l(in(l we do—'■ '"
VlVVl/ [IlilLlllLlVl   »„ advertisement, and .
•ie*
itself
trial
order will convince you tliat our stock and workmanship are of the best.    Let us estimate on  vour ordor.
VVe guarantee satisfaction.
4fi
®tp> gim Print Stop
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, Nov. 7.—Silver 6'.^:
standard copper, f 17.25@l7.5l_);
weak.
London, Nov. 7.—Silver, 28i;
lead, £16 10s.
Grand Forks Transfer
PHONE 129
COAL, WOOD, OIL, CEMENT
DRAYING OF ALL KINDS
Trunks to and From Stations
Mclntyre   8 Clayton, Prop*.
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMING
Furniture Made to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON
•WINNIPEG AVBHUB   .
Downey's Cigar Store
A ('OMPI.KTK STOCK OF
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment ot
Confectionery^
Ktveivfil Wet-kly.
Postoffice   Building
Palace Barber Shop
Kmot Hotline a Spoolni-y.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor   j
1st Door North or Uhanby Hotki.,
First Struct.
OVER OS YEARS*
CXPERIENCC
Trademark*
Dmmhi
Cowrkjhtn Ae.
Anyone feeding. H_*rt> ud deeerlptlnn mx'
onlcHy ascertain onr opinion freo whether aii
ln.t-.tloo UPTOh.l.lTriMmjiLcY.imaiui.l'*.
llAniMriollf nnUmtM,JUlDlwHoii I'eteule
Milt f rM. tMxwl agency fOj
W. ruSnoCIM. oUofi'&erte. In lb*
Scientific American.
-■ -•- --■"  -•*-  Urnetcii-
n»d»;tUS •',_*!, po«u«<, preptid.   Bold by
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulator; never falls. These
pills are exceedingly nowerlul ln regulating Ilie
generative portion ol the lemele system. Keluse
all chup Imitations. Dr. do T««*a ara uld at
III a box, or three lor 110. Mailed to any address.
Ike SoejIwU Drag Co., St. Cnthnrlnee, Oat.

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