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 Kettle Valley Orchardist
TWELFTH YEAK-No. 22
GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913
$1.00 PER YEAR
Most Important Events at
Home and Abroad!Daring the Past Week
Friday
Mexican state troops are to be
t-ushed against Guaytnas
The women of India are planning
an address to Lady Hardinge.
The eviction of the governor general
of Australia is declared to be illegal.
The full investigation of Dr. Fried
mann's serum will ocmipy one month.
Declaration of war by Austria
■gainst Montenegro ia expettid within a few days.
The Liberals of Vancouver are plan
ning to have a field week to close the
campaign for voters.
Many persons are killed or injured
in a storm that sweeps over-the Cen
tral and Southern States.
Saturday
The canning industry of the province is said to be on the way to demoralization.
The cutting of telephone trunk lines
near Hull, England, is attributed to
the suffragettes.
The British Columbia government
is severely arraigned in an address by
Parker Williams at Vancouver,
The Parjs police
madman wit_l*V<HHJ..l»i-»«h^i;"'''jo"'1'|'111 I Hnlaf ian Immtion at London
lated to   deal with   automobile ban {Ri_!W,'TiiiS"8u}ie*tM"JPukS
dits.
Another terrible wind stimi sweeps
over a section of the United States,
leaving death and destruction in its
wake.
The Duke of Connaught, with wife
and daughter, is given a fond farewell
hv many friends ou his departure for
England.
The powers submit terms of media
tion to the allies and refuse the indemnity clause. Austria's a'ttiude to
wards Montenegro is more threaten
ing. *   '*"        •>•     r„
Monday
Fifteen thousand Turks surrender
to the Servian forces without a sti ug
gie.
The funeral of the late Archdeacon
Pentreath is largely attended itl Van
couver.   •
Additional   news   of  tho tornado
graphically tell the story of the  terri
ble damage done.
Attorney General Dowser is xtranue-
ly averse to giving a decision on Sun
day selling in Victoria.
The arrest of two of the agents of
the Negotf&tore, Limited, creates a
sensation in Victoria.
The leading actors playing "Car
men" in a Madrid theatre fight a dnel
to death over a love affair, and the
tenor is killed.
Hon. Goo. E. Foster, in an optimi*
tic interview at Aukland, predicts
the return of the government in the
event of an election on the naval
policy.
'    Tuesday
Lord Wolseley, British soldier, dies
in London at the age of eighty.
To find a precedent, the Tories at'
Ottawa travel back to King James
time.
Prospects for whaling are poor this ' Gl«'>wood, la,    5
season.   Only a few of the cetaceans : Beebe,  Ia	
are being found on the West coast.     I Malver, Ia	
T.      ...    , ..,,_.     'Walton, III    1
The   Alberta   provincial   elections 3t,jr|jn.. t||        ,„     .   {
"-,—■ *•""■"   A,"i'   "!    ** " Traverse City,"_MiciiI   1
Ind i	
old country song birds will reach Vic-
tojia today. They will benefit orchardist*, as they kill fruit pests.
Montenegro agrees to alt the demands of Austria-Hungary, arid civilians are given three days to leave the
city of Scutari and reach a place of
safety.
Thousands are dead and homeless
as the result of terrible floods in Ohio,
The Ohio river and tributaries, rising
in an unprecedented manner, submerge towns and oities in four states,
causing great loss of life and tremendous property damage. The loss in
Dayton is overwhelming and can only
be guasaed at. Five thousand people
may have perished.
i DISTRICT ill
Wednesday
First Lord of the Admiralty Win-
stun Churcbill make* advances to thu
great powers for a reduetion of armaments.
Alberta asks the Dominion govern-
ernment to prohibit the exportation of
natural gas beyond the bounaries of
the province.
Property loss in the Ohio floods is
estimated one hundred million dollars,
and three thonsaud victims are swallowed up by the raging waters. Hundreds of people perish in the blazing
ruins at Dayton.
W. J, Goepel is appointed deputy
minister of finance of British Columbia. S. S. Jarvis succeeds S. H. Hos-
kins at Nelsjn. C. W. Young is appointed receiver for the city of ban-
don, while .Harry McLeod becomes
resistrar of titles at Prince Rupert.
Adrianople has fallen after one of
the most stubborn defences in the
history of warfare, and the Tchatalja,
according tu a telegram  received   by
to
'•fate. The
oily is set ablaze before surrender.
Enormous loss of life in the stern
struggle. Whole regiments of the attackers are blown up by uiines.
Thursday
The British parliament debates
Churchill's speech.
The house at Ottawa discusses an
iceberg patrol for the North Atlantic
Melbourne enthusiastically welcomes the Hist battleship of the Australian navy.
The east is in the grip of a sleet
storm. In Montreal it. is the severest gale known in a generation.
. Two hundred out of the Hve hundred larks imported from Eugland io
Vancouver island die during the long
journey.
Over 6000 troops will form au escort at f he funeral of the late Field
Marshal Viscount Wolseley at Ht.
Paul's cathedral today.
Latest report•< from the Hood district in the United States reduce the
casualty list to about two thousand.
Two hundred dead in Dayton. Co-
umbus suffered heavily, bnt the exact figures are not obtainable.
Fruit Growers Need Co-operr
ation and Good Business
-Management
Many Dead and Injured
According to late reports, the totals of the dead anti injured in tha
track of the great storm in the Central atatea last .Sunday are as follows:
Dead
Omaha Jnd suburbs...152
Terre Haute, Ind  18
Chicago    5
Yutan, Neb  16
Berlin, Neb'    7
Council Bluffs, la  12
Bartlett, la    3
Weston, Ia    2
Neola, Ia ;...   2
Injured
:)50
21.0
40
have been fixed for   April   16.   Itis
predicted that Liberals will win nearly  i>erii,
all of the fifty-six seats. '
A  consignment  of  five hundred     Totals
..225
696
' A district co-operative organization
ior the marketing and hcndling nf
the fruit of Kootenay district was
outlined last night by J. D. Honsberger, of Grand Forks, and A. T.
Davis, of Mirror Lake, before a large
gathering of fruit growers and
business men of the Nelson district in the board of trade rooms,
says the Nelson Daily News.
It was finally decided by tbe
gathering that a committee of six
should be appointed.to go fully into
the proposals and report to the annual general meeting nf the Kootenay Fruit Growers' union to beheld
here on Tuesday next,   * '..**,
Mr. Honsberger, one of the best
known and largest growers in the
Kootenay-Boundary district, ad
dressed the meeting on the proposals
outlined. He is the father ol the
system of eo operation for fruit
growers whicb is being presented to
growers of the various fruit growing
centres of tbe district.
He opened by dealing with the
great advantage which he claimed
for his method. These were many,
and he dealt with each.
There should^oe" no graft, nor
should there be any great profit to
any one man, but tbe system shouli
be one of co-operation, and th
money earned should be put into
such concerns as jam factories, cunning factories, and other' facilities,
which would be a profitable way of
disposing of tbe inferior grades of
fruit.
He advocated uniform methods
and grades in packing, and said he
was sure Ilmt a market could always
be obtained for the good quality of
fruit.
Financial failure was impossible
under his system, he stated, and he
went on to deal with the operating
principles of the system. There
would bea head otiice,an assembling
house, a packing house and sales office, in which igmblishments euonn
my could be practiced, and the fruit
handled with the least possible expense.
He explained the various hand-
li.igs which would ba requi.til for
tl • fruit in passing from the grower
to the cinsiiiiisr, and showed-the
e-.inomical point' of his system.
By bundling the fruit with this
larger scope, he pointed out, the
cheaper materials und lower murlM-
ilig costs to the growers would result, which also was a great factor
Indipendent canning and jam
factories and the like should be
eliminated, and the by products
used by their own factories.
"By giving our fruit lo the present association we are so much out
of pocket," he staled, "until the fi nit
is marketed, whereas under my-sys-
tern your money is guaranteed."
Mr. Beeston.who was in the chair,
then spake on the necessity of cooperation. "Without tt," he suid,*
"we can not make a success of the
business." A general discussion of
Mr. Honeberger's proposals then
took place, in which many questions were asked.
Several growers from up the 1 tke
points were present at the meeling,
und showed considerable interest
and took an active part in the questioning of Mr. Honsberger on his
co-operative plan.
T
NtWS OF THt CITY IN BRIEF
The mayor and all the aldermen
were present at the council meeting
on Tuesday evening, but the session was short, and aside from the
transaction of routine work, no important business was done. Tenders for lumber were received, but
no action was taken. A great variety of subjects pertaining to tbe welfare of tbe city were discussed, end
tuey will likely be beard of later.
The Sun's parliamentary reporter
was busy endeavoring to save the
country at a political meeting,
which accounts for the abrupt termination of tbis report.
Trout fishing commenced at tlie
foist districts ou Suuuday, March
15, but in the interior portion uf tbe
province the lime ior lauding the
speckled beanties is still unchanged,
viz., the 16tb day of May. This division of tbe trout waters into two
zones, witb differing regulations,
was instituted several years ago in
accordance witb the recouiinenda-
riotls of a commission, which pursued its investigations during tbe
years 1905, 1906 and 1907. lhe
dividing line is the 121st meridian.
The funeral of the late Charles
H, Haight will be held from the
Davis ball next Monday morning al
9 o'clock, under the auspices of
Gateway Lodge No,- 45, I.O.O.F.
All members of the ordei are requested tu attend.
Al. Traunweiser, proprietor of the
Yale, returned today from a six
weeks' vacation trip to southern
California He reports having bad
an enjoyable time, but says tbat th.
California weather tbis season wus
not of an ecstatic nature.
W. A. Williams, manager of the
Granby smelter, returned tndaj
from Hiddeu Creek, and will remain
in tbe city lor three or four weeks.
Mrs. Williams met him in Spokane,
E Jacobfon, the contractor, is
erecting a large residence near the
Catholic church.
A. S. Black, of Greenwood, wss
iu the city on Wednesday,
About thirty two deer were re
eently seen in one herd eight miles
from Phoenix. •
Snow fell iu Greenwood this year
oil Easter Sunday.
There were eight C.P R. engines
in the Greenwood yards one night
last week.
Central Labor Council Flans
Expose of Former Spokane Man
The Spokane Chronicle last Monday contained tbe following article:
"Complaints concerning the operations of Lewis LeClair, formerly
connected witb the Card and Label
league of Spokane, has reached the
labor unionists of this city from the
mine and smelter men's union of
Trail, B. C, witb tbe result tbat tbe
Spokane Sectional Central Labor
council has taken action toward ao
quainting the wage earners throughout tbe west aud northwest witb bis
record.
"LeClair was repudiated by Spokane unions and tbe Card and La
bel league afler it wus declared that
he bad attempted to collect money
from tbe local merchants for the
production of a 'union label directory' without the authority of organ-
izad labor and be is since declared
to bave traveled about tbe country
promoting various schemes at tbe
expense of tbe merchants, catering
to the trade of labor unionists.
"According to tbe complaint that
has been received from Trail, Le
Clair collected several hundred dollars from tbe business on a label
league scheme thai is alleged to have
been a fake and then left the place.
He has also been active at Nelson,
B. C, recently." ■
Mr. LeClair has been in Grand
Forks during the past three or four
weeks, working tbe same scheme.
He appe&rsjto have found congenial
employers and a lucrative business
here, aa he is still in the city, if be
has not departed during the last day
or two. Prior lo the-publicatiuti of
Ihe Chronicle urticle he did not mention the fact that he hailed from
Spokane.
METEOROLOGICAL
The following is the minimum
and maximum temperature for each
day during the past week, as re
corded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws'ranch:
thhi.momktkk
Min.    Max.
Friday,  21st  39 7
Saturday, 22nd  38 21
Sund-iy, 23rd  39 2.">
Monday,24th  33 18
Tuesday, 25th  34 II
Wednesday, 26th  32 19
Thursday, 27th  34 _.'"
lli.hfn
Snowfall     1,9
llainfall - 09
We  have   uo  kick    against   the
weather in this part of the world.
If You Neglect to Register
You Will Have No Vote
Under the recently-passed amendment to the provincial
Elections Act, the voters lists of the province were cancelled
on Monday, March 3. From March :t to April 7 is the time
set apart under the act during whicli names may be put on
he new lists, After April 7 no names.may lie added. Liberals are reminded of thc date and are urged to take the
nccoss'iry action without delay, so that none of their hames
will be left off through neglect. •eaammsaaem
THE   SUN,   QRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
f
WHY NOT
Give your Harness a
good shine? Wear
Longer—Look Better
Eureka Harness Oil
Oiling and polishing at
one operation. Quart
and pint tins.
Golden Crown
Per quart 60c
Bennet's Metal Polish
Per quart 50c
Per pint 25c
Hardware    ^. R.  C
Harness Dressing
in pint tins. For giving
the harness a good appearance this is unsurpassed.
Harness Oil
Per pint.
Harness Soap
Per cake.
of hissight. While engaged in preparing the ground in readiness to set
up his drill, his pick struck wbat
supposed to have been a missed hole.
An explosion followed, wilh the result stated. He wes removed to tbe
hospital for treatment.
Take your repairs to Armson's
Boot and Shoe Hospital, Bridge
street, Grand Forks.
35c
MANLY
 35c I
J       Paints     V
Don't forget that The Sun has the
best job printing depamnent in the
Boundary country.
CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER
WOOD AND GOAL DEALERS
AND GENERAL TEAMING
Omcal
F. Downey's Cigar Store
Hmain's __«■_*_>■>«. RS8 r,ral aWSttt |
NtWS OF THL CITY IN BRIEF
A colony Doukhobor named John,
wilh a mile long surname, was arrested by the police last Saturday
on a charge of having stolen a watch
from S G. Kirk's store soma months
ago. On Monday tbe man appeared
before Magistrate Coehrane for his
preliminary bearing, which resulted
in his being held for trial. At the
trial before Judge Brown on Wednesday he pleaded guilty, snd was
sentenced lo two months' imprisonment.
Emberson Walker, who has been
with the C. P. R. on district No 3
for a number of years, has been promoted to the position ol roadmaster
at Revelstoke.
After this week tbe dates of tbe
moving picture show in this city
will he changed. Instead of showing here Wednesday and Thursday
nights, the weekly dates hereafter
will be Friday and Saturday.
Geo. E. Massie, H. W. Gregory,
A. S. McKim and N. L. Mclnnes
left last Saturday for Vancouver
with the intention of participating
in the curling bonspiel.
The Riverside Nurseries shipped
a carload of trees this week.
J. D. HonBherger returned from
the Kootenay dfstrict on Monday.
of the North Washington Power and
Reduction plant solely as an ore
treating ent'-rpri-ie, and energy to
drive the machinery in the mines
will he secured from other sources.
The Sun job office is overstocked;
with some siz^s of billheads. Cullj
and gel a bargain.
Mining Stock Quotations   I
Spokane, March 20 —The follow
in., are today s opening quotations for
tho stocks mentioned:
Bid. Asksd
Granby Consolidated. 6:!.50 73').)
B.  C.   Cippor       .1 75      I i o
THB
Some people who are exceptionally well informed say that anoth r
restaurant will shortly he established
in this city. There is material for a
comedy in thiB report. :
In order to carry out tbe new
land regulations and strictly enforce
the law that, no lands carrying more
than SHOO feet of timber to the acre ■
can be pre-empted as agricultural
land. Provincial Inspector G. D '
McKay stitKs that a strut examination of pre-empted lands will be
made before ceitifica.es of pre-etnp-
liiiu will he given. In tbe past it is
alleged that a nuniher of pre-enip-
tors, by misrepresentation, acquired
lands containing a large amount of
merchantable timber.
WILSON'S REMEDY
EFFICIENT IN
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA,
CATARRH, GRIPPE, STUBBORN COUGHS, tTC
From, a Minister la New Tork: "I was
"severely til wltb lung trouble. My attention was directed to tlie Wilson Remedy
"wblcb Fused wltb spleudtd effect,"
From* lndy In Michigan: "I used yonr
"medicine first 43 or 44 years ago and lt
"wived me lr»m ending my «*•>'■ with con-
"Humptlon. Tbere would be no use of so
"many people dying with consumption If
"tbey could be persuaded to try Wilson's
"Itemedy."
If you are suffering from ANT Inng or
throat trouble it is your duty to investigate, Hend for free full Information to.
Wilson's Remedy, Westwood, N. J*
LONDON DIRECTORY
(t'uhllihed Annually)
Kiiahles trader* throughout  the  world to
communicate direct with BnglUh
MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS
in eaoh cla»sof goods. Besides being a complete non. nierrial guide to London und Ul
suburbs, the directory cent a I iu list* of
EXPORT MERCHANTS
witli the fl.oodn they ship, tind the Colon!..)
and Foreign Markets they supply;
STEAMSHIP LINES
•trranged under the Porta to which they Hail,
and indicating tlit* approximate SaU-iigr>.
PROVINCIAL TKADE NOTICES
of lea<lliiK M_.mi.ai.tnre.*, Merchant!, eto.. In
the principal pr'ivluolal towns and Industrial
at. litres of the United Kingdom.
A copy ol the current edition will be for*
warded, freight nald, on receipt of Postal
Order lor 20s.
'Dealers Keeking Agencies can advertise
tlieir trade cards ior ti, or larger advertisement's from £3,    * -- **.'
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, M-arch 20.—Silver 61J;
standard copper, $15.0O@15.30;
weak. ■    ... ._•■■■
London, Maach 20.—Silver, 28J;
lead, £16 10b.
Grand Forks Transfer
PHONE 129
COAL, WOOD, OIL, CEMENT
DRAYING OF ALL KINDS
Trunks to and From Stations
Mclntyre   8 Clayton, Props.
ST. JOSEPH'S BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL
Located in the central part of tin- cily
of Nelnou, offers every facility foi- it.
Kiilid education in Enali-li, uuiniiiert'lal
aud mimic branches. Embroidery,plain
and fancy needlework, ami singing art*
given special attention. The commercial eourie includes stenography, type
writing, bookkeeping and commercial
practice. Pupils prepared for examinations of the Associated Boards of the
London Royal Academy and Koyal
College of Music.
THE LONDON DWECTOBY CO., LTD.,
■it), Abchurch Lane, 1-ondon, E.C.
WOOD AND FENCB POSTS
PHONE    L14
Dry four-foot Fir and Tamarac    Cedar and
Tamarac Posts.   Prompt attention to phone orders.
A. CALLOWAY, JS* COWIAJJI*
Klmer Ness him leased the hotel
at Christina lake, and is applying
for a license.
Pnul Nelson bad both hia legs
broken and sustained other injuries
by a fall of rock in the Gold Drop
■nine this week.
Wanted— Situition
pher or bookkeeper;
pe.rience. Apply H.
office.
as stenogra-
I year's ex-
B.  P., Sun
An Austrian  miner  named   Rad
Drosa met with an accident  at  the
Granhy mine in'Phnenix   on   Wed-
nesdav which iniv 'esult in the loss
I ' "I
HEY, CHAS. SAt.BE DATS
Ha. C. A. ABBOTT, August xx, i**.
,     6oAnnSt., New Yorlc City.
DsarSiR I hsv. kw.tvn fnr over 40yesrsof t_s*
«gMsolWil«>ii'sU_mr.ii- I Wilton'- Pretwatba
effect! of Wilion's Remedy iwtetwn ■ nq««fl.
I ••HypoebouliltesuidBlix'fettUlacuesofpt..-
  i ssonsry troubles.    At this p;.iro. I will say to yoa
^^^^^H ' whet you have not befoio known of-that 4a teu.
I ust    Frid-iv   Kll«-he Si   Or nnd    itace, whlU Iwiie rr.Merit of N.Y. City, Iwia
mm  rriaay  _r_.us.ne at v,yr ana   SrcMy Ul with liur trafible; Physicians saidl»_»
* - * -' ttnoaannntivaandmy family physician told my «if«
that ha thought I eon fi net recover. ___ - aueatioa
WM dirocteato tho WiKon Ketnrdy, which 1 nasi
with splendid effect. I hav . hen on ray fast and at
wne**i*tsincemrenre.   Y.ir.tnily,
rkv.ciia'.'.ager;
CChurch, Hunter, (GreeneCo.,) N.Y.
Oa Dec i, 19.1, Mr. Sager wrote Mr. Abbott;
"My health Is very good.
If yon will write Mr. Abbott he
will glailly furni ti you any further
information j*ua d<.i.u-«.
W.F.ROBINSON
GENERAL TRANSFER WM
WOOD   AND ICE
OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE
Miss Ida Clark were married in the
Roman Catholic church in thia city,
Itev. Father Schoniel performing
lhe ceremony. The groom his beer
a resident ol the city ior __, nnmber
of years, and the bride is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Clark, who
were among the first settlers in the
valley Mr. and Mrs St, Cyr will
take up their residence in tbis cily.
It is staled that plans are bring
formulated for the consolidation ot
the North Washington I'owtr & Reduction Co. and the Repuhlic Minn*
Corporation, and that if the meiger
is perfected several other mining
companies operating in the Repuhlic
district will be ahsoi bed later. The
scheme contemplates the operation PHONF 64 GRAND FORKS, B. C.
i*
Suits to Order M8 iwis
1 We are 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.'
Oar Spring and Summer Goods Have Arrive'
They are the best you can buy. Wc guarantee you the
best made clothes in tho 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, tbe Reliable tailor
Printin
We are prepared to do
all kinds of
Commercial Printing
On the shortest notice and in
the moat up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
' in the Boundnry Country, employ  com
petent workmen, nnd carry a compltta
line of Stationery.
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements,
l_ette.lii-.idn and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
I.odgv Constitutions and liy laws.
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Plncnrds,
Bills of   Fare and  Menu   Cards,
Aniiouiiceiiiints   and Counter
Pads.   Wedding   Stationery.
Everything turned out iu an
Up-to-date Printery.
ClC\(Xf* PPllMTIMfi—tlie kina "e <*o—,o '"   'f*1'*
«vw I.H.1LUIUVI hu advertisement, and a trial
order will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of the best. Let ua estimate on vour ordor.
We guarantee satisfaction.
i    xllit §im fritit &hop
PICTURES
.     UD PICTURE FHAMINB
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON
WINNIPEG AVBSCB
Downey's Cigar Store
-V I 'OMtM.KTK STOCK OP
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fifth t-iMinitcnniciil ol
Confectionery"*
•      Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
Palace Barber Shop
Kaior I'r.n'iiK a Specialty
s&LI
t>. A, Z. PARE, Proprietor
l*r Door North of Oranby Hotri..
First Stkkkt.
orott-iio,
3BakIBsffii*B«eB
i&_£J!4&
.illwKaiRtt1
Dr. de Van's Female PJlli i
■S^s^rmteSmms^Al^^ THE SUN, GRAND FOHKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
YOUNG VIOLINIST TO MAKE LON-
DON DEBUT
Pale of Twenty Year* Acclaimed by
Critics aa Marvelous Player
Daniel MelBa, an exceedingly clever
710-i.ig violinist, who ls acclaimed by
competent critics as possessing supreme talent, haa arrived in London,
and will make his appearance at Stein-
W-y Hall.
There Is nothing of the conventional
luislcal genius about Melsa. He looks
older than bis years, which are not
yet 20, but that Is' usual with hia race.
His black hair is close Cropped, hli
eyes have a rather dream* expression,
but he Is Interested ln everything and
quite devoid of affectation. Of a
singularly modest demeanor, he does
not care to talk about himself and
career, though he Is full of gratitude
toward those who huve befriended
Kim.
Ills early life was singularly sad and
overshadowed by a great tragedy.
Horn at Warsaw ln mil, Metsas parents removed to Lodt three years
later. The boy, when quite small,
bad a passion for-music, and his lather
bought him a violin, on which Ste
taught himself to play melodies. He
had no lessons until he was about 7
years of age, when a professor of Lodz
happened to hear him play, and was
so astonished at the talent he displayed that he advised his father to have
tlie boy educated, and prophesied a
great future for him.
After receiving Instruction from
minor musicians, the boy, at the age
of 9, entered the conservatorlum of
Professor Grudzlnskl, where he remained two years.
Misfortune came ln June 1905. One
afternoon Melsa's father, accompanied
by his little daughter, went out Into
tbe streets and never returned. This
was the time m tne Jewish massacres,
and It was only after a week's search
that the child's bod; was found riddled with bullets, ln a deserted cemetery . Of the father no trace remained. During this awful period the
boy nnd his mother were in Imminent
danger, but the Cossacks took pity
on young Melsa, whom they remembered as having often delighted them
with his violin playing, and thus his
lite and his mother's were spared.
When the last echoes of the Pogrom
had died away sympathizing frlencjs
enabled tbo boy and his mother to go
to Berlin, wbere hie rare gifts soon
won blm a free course at the Kllnd
worth-Scharwenka Conservatorlum.
The lad studied bard, and with sueh
success, that in 1909, when but 16,
he caused something of a sensation
by winning the prise violin at a com-
-petition.
Mrs. Hill, wife of the American ambassador In Berlin, took a great interest In the boy, and It was chiefly
through her influence thst a fund was
raised, to whicb many wealthy Germans and Americans contributed, to present Melsa with a violin and to place
♦he family beyond want. A Berg-
on/.l of 1727 was bought at a cost ol
,. f 62.50, and Is now the cherished, possession ot the youthful virtuoso. He
received further lessons from the well-
known master, Prof. Karl Flesch, and
oa December 7 last Melsc made hla
debut ln Berlin. His playing mado
a deep Impression and met .with a
popular success quite out of the or
dlnary. Since then he has given two
/ performances In Paris.
The young genius will make hi.
home in tbl** country until he goes to
America In'w.-vember, and will give
some forty concerts.
The Golden Spur
A brewery concern began to build
an extension to Its premises. Many
.workmen were employed on tbe Job,
but the work of digging the foundations advanced very slowly, to the annoyance of the proprietor.
Suddenly it seemed as it new life
had come Into the men. From early
dawn UU late evening they worked
with great Industry, bidding defiance
to wind and rain. When the ground
had been excavated to tbe required
depth the men had to bc restrained
from digging deeper still.
Tlie brewer was delighted, but his
rui-lf-isity was aroused as to how such
remarking energy was Induced. He
sought rnl.ghtinent from a manager.
That astute individual, under pressure
confessed to a little subterfuge. He
had placed In a worn-out earlheru jar
a slip ot old parchment bearing the
Inscription: Great store of money
lyoth bnryed bencnih t'.iys spotte. He
that fymlelh it may kepe it. Remember ye pore. lie covered the Iar
with a pier.' of slate, and carefully
burled lt where tbe workmen were
lure to llud It.
I suppose that there arc many problems which Polar explorers seek to
solve*, said Ihe unscleutlllc man.
Yes, replied the Intrepid traveller;
n great many.
What Is tho most important one?
Getting back.
Dr( Morae'a
Indian Root Pill*
Madly meet the need which ao often
Wises in every family lor a mediciM
to open up snd regulate the bowels.
Not only are tbey effective in sS
Easy Money For You
We Have i Proposition In North Winnipeg—KINLOCK PLACE
Prrmtlne on Main Street which Is 132 feet wide with an electric car service,
close to new Exhibition Site, on which ll.OOO.OOO will be Invested in permanent
buildings, also close to Klldonan Park. There la a great movement starting In
North Winnipeg. It will develop into a boom tbls summer. Buy now and
get advantage of the raise.
. Write for booklet and price list.   Choice lots from ttCO up.   Terms .26 cash
and $10 per month.   Any one can handle one or more.
Send us particulars of farms for sale or exchange. .
Get our list of choice investments.
SCOTT, HILL & CO.,
K Canada Llfs Building, Winnipeg, Maa,
of Constipation, but they help
greatly in breaking up a Cold or La
Grippe by cleaning out the system
•nd purifying thc blood. In the sain*
- way they relieve or cure Biliousness,
Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheum-
j»ijip jnrj otto common ailment*
InHwfulKstunitoTthewords Pf.
Morse's Indian Root Pills are      n
A Household  Remedr
-V. N. U. 9S7
WARDENS APPEAL BREAKS CONVICT DOWN
Latter Hesitates to   Use    Gun   and
When  Captured   Bursts   Into
Tears
A daring attempt recently to
escape from the Santo prison made hy
a 20-year-old convict, was frustrated
owing to an appeal to his feelings.
Marcel Eckerleu is uuder sentence
of live years' imprisonment for theft.
His cell ls next to the room -of one of
the Jailers, und there is a spyhole between the two, so that tbe jailor may
watch the convict;
I-Ckerlln can also watch the jailer,
and on Wednesday he saw the Jailer
In the next room change Into civilian
clothes and go oft for a day's lease.
As soon as he had gone the convict
broke away part ot the wall round the
spyhole and climbed through. He then
dressed i.lms iif ln the jailer's uniform
and stole a revolver and $40 »nd started to leave the prison.
Fortunately his disappearance was
noticed in time. ' The head warder,
a man namtd Mallard, ordered a
search for him ln the prison, and
found the convict in a workroom on
the top floor.
When the chief warder opened the
door of the workroom he was faced
by the convict In warder'a uniform and
with a revolver. The warder ln his
hurry bad not taken a weapon with
him. He stood perfectly still, opened
his arms wide and said: Surely you
won't shoot the father ot a family!
The convict hesitated, the chief warder rushed at him, and he was overpowered, and burst Into tears.
It was rumored In Paris that Eck-
erlen's attempt at escape had been followed by an attempt to set free a
number ot the ringleaders ot the Bon-
not-Garnier gang, who were consigned
to the Santo prison, but this story Is
contradicted by the authorities.
Recognized Her
There were many good stories told
about the late Mr. W. S. Penley, of
"Charley's Aunt" fame. Perhaps one
ot the best was the tale he told himself about an old friend to whom he
gave tickets for lhe theatre one evening. Ills friend came, accompanied
by a daughter, and Bellied down In hia
stall with every Intention of enjoying
the play; but he-had had a tremendously busy and tiring day. and during
the first act he-fell fas^asleep.
His daughter, greatly concerned ln
case Mr. Penley might notice from
Ihe stage thai her fa'her hail gone lo
sleep, reproached blm bitterly for
sleeping during his friend's performance.
It was disgraceful, she said; to
which he retorted lhat sbe was mistaken, be hadn't been asleep at all,
he declared positively. During the
second act lie sat bolt upright nud did
hiB beat to keep awake; but just before the curtain fell he dozed off
again, and hia bead dropped forward.
When the lights were turned up his
daughter prodded him violently, at the
same time hissing in his ear/
Papa, do remember where you are!
Charley's Aunt!
Her father, still half asleep, only
caught the last two words, but determined to show that he was wido awake
he jumped to his feet and grasped lhe
hand of an old lady who happened lo
be passing along the row of seats in
front of him.
Charley's Auut. ho exclaimed, shak-
Ing hand's warmly. Why, so it is!
And how's Charley?
Henry Was Useful
Henry, said his father-in-law, as he I
called his daughter's spouse Into the j
library and locked the door, you have ;
lived with me now for over two years.
Ves, father.
' in nil that time I haven't askyl you
a penny for boui'il.
No  sir,—wonilerlngly. I
In all your Utile family iiunrrels I
have always taken your puiH anil decided in yonr favor.
Always, sir. I
I hnve even paid some ot ymir bills, i
A good many, father.
And in every way helped you to get
along.
You have born very kind, sir.
I have tried to bp. my boy, and 1 j
hope yon appreciate lt. ',
r do, sir.
Then the small favor I mn about
to ask of you will no doubt be granted? I
Most  certainly,  sir.
Thanks. Then 1 want you to loll!
your mother-in-law lhat those tickets ;
for the supper-club dance which she;
picked up in my room ih!s morning
must have accidentally fallen out of \
yeur pocket, ami we'll sail "ft square. I
House Hunter—But whenever fherc'
Is a Hood I should think tho water i
would always come light *'» to the
nouse. _   I
House Agent-Pos._il.il.-, sir.      Bui;
thero are   precious    few    properties;
where you can got flUiing from -.tic
dining room window
26
Bluings
10
cent*.
ON
Wash Day
Makes the Clothes as
White at Snow
Try It I
Ma nil fact ii rid hy
The Johne-on-Richardson Co
Limited, Montr*..., Cm.
MALE HELP WANTED
W OULD TOU LIKE TO LKARN TBI
" slock broking business? I want a tin
iinbitious representative In every oltl
snd town to handle stocks, bonds tne
mortgagee; applicant must furnish references ond have from *10t> tn IS00 pereoa-s
•J eepttsl. Write or call M. B. Easat
A Co., 14 Victoria Street. Toronto.
AGENT8 WANTED -
Wanted—Agents for Hall and Windstorm Insurance.    Apply The Canada
Weather Insurance Company, (Dominion License), Winnipeg, Man.
COMING EAST THIS WINTER?
After the busy season Is over, pack
up and come east and spend three
months ln one of our schools. Business education will help you to win
out. It costs but little to get It.
Write ns for our new curriculum and
plan to let us help you. Address W.
II. Shaw, President, "Shaw's Schools,"
Toronto. Canada.
A Prior Claim
The lovely girl, having lingered n
minute in her room to adjust her
transformation, change the angles of
her '--—■■'•fl ■-■■!); -■■« -.-1— Sure (hat
her skirt fitted like the skin of a
plum, descended to the parlor to find
the family pet ensconed upon the
knee, of the young man caller, tier
curly head nestled comfortably against
his shoulder.
Why Mabel, the young lady exclaimed, aren't you ashamed of yourself? Get down this minute.
Shan't, retorted the child. I got
here first.
She—But how do 1 know you love
mo?
Ho—Why, I can't sleep at nights
thinking of you.
She—That proves nothing. Pa
can't sleep at nights thinking of you;
but I hardly think lt is love.
Shivery
Mornings
You can have a taste of
the summer sunshine ofthe
corn fields by serving a dish
Post
Toasties
These crisp flavoury bits of
toasted white corn make an
appetizing disli at any time
of year.
Try them in February
and taste the delicate true
maize flavour.
A dish of Toasties served
either with cream or milk,
or fruit, is surprisingly good.
"The Memory Lingers"
Grocers    everywhere    tell
Toaitits
Canadian   Postum  Cereal  Co.,
Limited
Windsor, Ont.
At a meeting of working men a local preacher was giving au address
entitled: We have all got sometjhinz
to be thankful for. On seeing a
happy-looking young man in the front
row, he said:
My good man, I perceive you havo
got something (o be thankful for.
I have that, sir, replied (he man.
My mother-in-law fell downstairs this |
morning nnd had to be carried home.
Whether the corn be of old or new
growth, it must yield to Holloway's
Corn Cure, the simplest and best cure
offered to lhe public.
They tell me you have hai i-oiiie
money left you, snld Bloom.
Yes, replied 8mith; it left mo !ong
ago.
SENT SIXTY MILES
FOR 6IN PILLS
Mr. Sid. Cattleman of Larder Lake,
Ont. needed Gin Pills badly. He says.:
"I had been suffering some time with
my Kidneys and Urine. Tke pain wss
something awful, and no rest at night.
I heard of your Gin Pills and sent my
chum 6o miles to get them, and in less
than six hours I felt relief. Iu two
days the pain had left me entirely—
and to-day. I feel as well as ever".
50c. a box, six for $t.*,o. Sample free
if you write National Drug and Chemical
Co., of Canada Limited, Toronto.     IM
LWSEttlncubatorJlO"
Traveller—Ah. Miss Society, if you
want to see Nature at Its best you
should take a trip through the pine
woods of Norway.
Miss Society—Wouldn't It be grand!
And I do so dnte ou pineapple.
Minard's Ll.iln.ent Cures Diphtheria.,
Mother—Why, Lola, aren't .yon
asteep yet.
Little Lola—Not quite, mamma; but
one of my feet Is.
FOR
DISTEMPER
SPOHN   MEDICAL
rag etc. cruoonc
SHiri-mc FEVER.
xxi CATAHHAL FEVtH
Suro cure and positive preventive, no matter bow horses
at any use ore infected or "exposed." I-I'iuld, given on tne
toiiEUe,  acts on  tlie Blood and Glands, expels the poisonous
senna   from   the   body.      Cures  Distemper   In  Dogs, and
sheep, and Cholera In Poultry. Largest sclllns live stoek remedy.   Oui-es l.a Grippe among human beinss and Is a line
kidney remedy.   Cut this out.     Keep II.     Show it lo your
druggist, who will set it for you.     l-'rr-e Booklet, "Distemper,   Causes  and' Cures."
DISTRIBUTORS—ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
CO.,    Chemists,    snd    Bacteriologists. Goshen. Ind., U.S.A.
IHE GREAT-WEST LIFE ASSUME COMPANY
reports that 1912 has bcen by far the
most successful of twenty successful years.
The Applications received make a new record. 	
Total tor ISM  {*.■ «*■»!
Increase for the year  » i,1o-*.,«i_i
Largely increased Assets und Income evidence tbe Company's
expansion.
Assets December 31st 1912 »M>1.fi81
Income for 1912  .'«»!«
Increase ln Income for the year %    792,565
Greatly increased Gains indicate well-satisfied, persistent
Policy-holders
-  Business in force end 1912 $83,978,739
Gain for the year    $16,009,307
Increased Gain over 1911  $4,965,002
Interest-earnings are the highest yet recorded.
The Average Gloss Kate for 1912 being $    7.95p.c.
Increase for the year $   0.23p.c.
The Mortality has never been so favorable.    .
N'et Death Claims 1912  $    328,015
Decrease for the year $       6,651
Low Expense Rates betoken due economy, and with the
two preceding Items, tind tantlble eijyreaslnn In	
SurpnisXariilngs for MS  -. 5    573.460
Greater than amount earned in 1911 by  $    V'1,386
The Great-West Policies In force now number $     40,508
Increase for the year  $       6,242
Again proving lhat for low rales and high returns—the public Increasingly choose Great-West Policies.
HEAD OFFICE  -   WINNIPEG
MMCmSTM
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MODEL 1912    20GUAGE    TAKE-DOWN
Hammerless Repeating Shotgun
The lightest, strongest and handsomest repeating shotgun made.   It weighs
only SH pounds, yet, all metal parts being made throughout of Nickel
Steel, it has wonderful strength.    In grace of outline and refinement of
detail and finish, It Is unapproached by repeating guns of other makes.
It is exceedingly simple 10 load,  unload snd take down, snd shoots
with lbe strength and accuracy for wbich Winchester guns ere noted.
Ail your me.l.r 1. th,* y.o .it, sr tent te It'i.e.'titltr Rtltltint A,ml
Cl„ New Itivn, Conn., fer k.nji.mt, illoelnteet eireolir isscrilint il
A 20 GUAGE GUN FROM BUTT TO MUZZLE.
PLAN NOW FOR A GOOD KITCHEN GARDEN
There are ao vefelob.ee jaat like yeae
ewa growisf.    Provide fer a teed table,
eal vegetable!, sad threw away nediciee.
We eat esly supply yen wilh Ike rises! Tested
Seeds fer Ibis Coaalry, hni we also shew yea
"HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETABLES'*
Told ia ear booklets, 153 petes (copyrighted).
The lirsl el Ihe kied printed ia Caaada.    They
ceataia the  best Weelera esperteaca et expert
Market Gardeaere.   Sooad, practical **i seeaible—
last wkal yoa wael te kaew ia prepsriaf Ike seed
beei, euaerinj, sterile* l_M seed, Iraesptaalieg, forcing,
riseeist, slermd, destreyief instate, etc.     Tke price
i 10 cents per booklet (11.00 fer Ika fell eel ef 11,
isclndiat vetetehte aad special field crape), hat FREE to
parckaaars of ear eeede.      See ear celalegna, fata 2.
WRITE TO-DAT l*0« OU* TStX. CATAIO00C. ADBUMDIS Dl» 1 >. .;
•#STEELE,BRIGGSSEEDCO, "^
WINNIPEG-     CANADA
HED HOUSE
We
Receive
FURS
(nun all dmt vs. nit 4 fl.'mmcl;,.
Why not *hlp lo ti*': Yf-w -nift
fto-uiui* or later. Html fui |-i...«
lit*i  ami rtt'p »•>
M. P. Pfat.«r A Co.,
k    1...I-.    Il'lll    81.     .IU M,    .t.1.
N*w  V.ik V**4 ?
\ WHY NOT
Give your Harness a
good shine* Wear
Longer—Look Better.
Eureka Harness Oil
Oiling and polishing at
one operation. Quart
and pint tins.
Go/den Crown
Per quart 60c
Bennet's Metal Polish
Per quart 50c
Per pint 25c
) H.ra..„|w.R.C.MAlSL¥
Harness Dressing
in pint tins. For giving
the harness a good appearance this is unsur
passed.
Harness Oil
Per pint.- • 35c
Harness Soap
Per cake 35c
Paints
NtWS OF THt CITY IN BRIEF
A colony Doukhobor named John,
with a mile long surname,   was arrested by the  police last Saturday
on a charge of having stolen a watch
from S G. Kirk's store some months,
ago. On Monday tbe man appeared
before Magistrate Coehrane for   his
preliminary hearing, which resulted
in his being held for trial.    At the
trial hefore Judge Brown on Wednesday he  pleaded guilty, and  was
sentenced to two months' imprisonment.
Emberson Walker, who has heen
with the C. P. R. on district No. 3
for a number of years, has lieen promoted to the position ol roadmaster
at Revelstoke.
After this week the dates of the
moving picture show in this city
will be changed. Instead of showing here Wednesday and Thursday
nighls, the weekly dates hereafter
will be Friday and Saturday.
Geo. E. Massie, H. W, Gregory,
A. 8. McKim and N. L. Mclnnes
left last Saturday for Vancouver
with the intention of participating
in the curling bonspiel.
The Hiverside Nurseries shipped
a carload of trees this week.
J. D. Honsberger returned from
the Kootenay dfstrict on Monday.
Wanted—SitU'ltitin as stenogra-1
pher nr bookkeeper; 1 year's ex-
■n'rience. Apply H. B, P., Sun
office.
Last  Friday Eusehe St Cyr and
Miss Ida Clark were married in the
Roman Catholic church in this city,
Rev.   Father  Sclioniel   performing
'the ceremony.   The groom has beer
a resident of the city ior a nnraher
of years, and the bride is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Hubert Clark, who
were among the first settlers in   the
valley     Mr. and   Mrs   Si, Cyr will
take up their residence in tbis cily. i
lt is stated that plans are hi-int
formulated lor the consolidation nt
Ihe North Washington Power & Reduction Co. snd the Repuhlic MinH*
Corporation; and that if Ihe mtiger
is perfected several other mining
companies operating in the Republic
district will be ahaoi bed later. The
scheme contemplates the operation
of the North Washington Power and
Reduction plant solely as an ore
treating ent-rp.i-*e, and energy to
drive the machinery in Hie mines
will be secured from other sources.
THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C
of bissight. While engaged in preparing the ground in readiness to set
up his drill, his pick struck what
I supposed to. have been a missed hole.
An explosion followed, with the result stated. He wr.s removed to the
hospital for treatment.
Take your repairs to Armson's
Boot and Shoe Hospital, Bridge
street, Grand Forks.
Don't forget that The Sun bas the
best job (Tinting deparrment in the
Boundary country.
The Sun jnh office is overstocked
with some sij^s of billheads. Call
and get a bargain,
Mining Stock Quotations
Spokane, March 20 —The foll-.w
inii are today s opening quotations t'oi
tbo stocks mentijned:
Bid.      Askid
Granby Consolidated.    6:!.50   75'I)
B. C.   Cippor       3 75      1 ifl
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, March 20.—Silver 61J;
standard copper, "H5.00@15.50;
weak. '■■■■.-
London, Ma.ich 20.—Silver, 28^;
lead, £16 10s.
Grand Forks Transfer
modi 119
COM, WOOD, OIL, CEMENT
DRAYING OF ALL KINDS
Trunks to and From Stations
Snme people who art* exceptionally well informed say thai anoth-r
restaurant will shortly be established
in this eity. Tliere is material for a
comedy in this report. :
In   order  to  carry out tbe new |
land regulations and strictly enforce I
tiie law Knit no lands carrying more'
than 8U00 feet nl timber to the  acre
can be   pre-empted  as   ngriculturi 1
land,   Provincial   Inspector   O. D
McKay stut'x that a strut examination of pie-fiiiptcd   lands   will   be
made before certificates of pre-emption will be given.    In tbe past ills
alleged lhat a number   of   pre-euip-
tors, hy misrepresentation, acquired
lands containing a large amount of
merchantable timber.
Elmer Ness has leased the hotel
at Christina lake, and is applying
for a license.
Paul Nelson had both his legs
broken and sustained other injuries
hy a fall of rock in the Gold Drop
mine this week.
An Austrian miner named R*id
Drosa met with an accident at lhe
Granbv mine in'Phoenix on Wed
nesdnv which mav >esult in the loss
WILSON'S REMEDY
EFFICIENT  IN
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA,
CATARRH. GRIPPE, STUBBORN C0U6HS. ETC.
Fronia Minister In New Tork: "T wat
"severely IU witb lung trouble. My iitten-
"Hon was directed to Uie Wilson Remedy
'wblcb V used witb splendid effect."
(I'uhllihed Annually)
Kiiatdeft trader* thruiiKhout the  world to I
communicate direct with BtivIUti ]
MANUFACTURERS ii DEALERS I
In each claw, of (roods. Heviden being a complete -commercial guide tn London and iti
suburb*, the directory contains ll-at* of
EXPOHT MERCHANTS
i wltb tlie Uooda they nhtp, and the <'ol oiil.il
and Foreign Markets the> tiipply;
STEAMSHIP LINES
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and indicating thtrapprox-tmute Sail-hit*:
PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES
uf leading Manufacturer*, Merchants, etc., In
the principal provincial towns and Industrial
*»i.«lT.1it.wl Kingdom.
From *% lady In Michigan: "1 used yonr
'medicine flrst 43 or 44 years ngo and It
''saved me from endlpg my days with consumption. Tbere wonld be no use of so
"many people dying with consumption If
"they could be persuaded to try Wilson's
" Remedy."
Tf you are suffering from ANT long or
throat trouble It is your duty to investigate. Send for free full Information to,
WlUoo'a Remedy, Westwood. N. JU
oi lea'fliuu «•» -.__
the principal provincial towns a
centres of the Unit'-d Kingdom.
A copy of the current edition will be for*
warded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal
Order for 208.
Dealers Reeking Agencies oan advertise
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ST. JOSEPH'S BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL
Located in the central part of tlm city
of JfeUoii, offers every facility'Wt,ft
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Dry four-foot Firand Tamarac    Cedai^na
Tamarac Pests.   Prompt attention to pl.one	
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tBeetiolWilum'skemr.ii- [Wilton'! PrefMratle*
ottA*seam**asmtm «m Blmlrettll In weeo, pul- |
aoaaiy trouble*. At this p.nit I will ax, to yo«
what you hava not befnie known of; that 4a years
•lace, whlla 1 »»« 0 rt-iiteiu of N.Y. City. I «u
•averely ill with lungtr_.u:,ic. Physicians laid I vas
•coamaptivaandniy farn.ly phyiician told my wtt.
that ha thmaht I ceeti net recover. My attentioa
waa diractedto tha Wilflon K-incdy, which I uet
vith splendid effect. I havi I -en on my leet and at
*n*S aver lines my care.   Yoiirsttnly.
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Vaauc II, E. Church, Hunter, (CrecneCo.,) N.Y.
Oa Dec t, nn, Mr. S-szer wrote Mr. Abbott;
**My health is very oooi.
If you will v,rile Mr. Abbott he
will gladly lurnl li yott any further
Information yoa desire.
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On the shortest notice and in
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line of Stationery.
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We always have men that know their business making
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TWELFTH YEAR-No. 22
GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913
.00 PER YEAR
Most Important Events at
Home and Abroad!Dur-
,     ing the Fast Week
Friday
Mexican state troops are to be
rushed against Guaytnaa
Ths women of India are planning
an address to Lady Hardinge.
The eviction of the governor general
of Australia is declared to ba illegal.
The full investigation of Dr. Fried
matin's serum will oraupy one month.
Declaration of war . by Austria
ag.iinst Montenegro is expect-id within a few days.
The Liberals of Vancouver are plan
ning to have a Held week to close the
campaign for voters.
Many persons are killed or injured
in a storm that sweeps over tlie Ceo
tral and Southern States.
Saturday
The canning industry of the province is said to be on the way to demoralization.
The cutting of telephone trunk lines
near Hull, England, is attributed to
the suffragettes.
The British Columbia government
is severely arraigned in an address by
Parker Williams at Vancouver.
The Paris police capture   a
landman witlfa twi-e)--ai_irj!iae_
lated to   deal with   automobile
dits.
Another terrible wind stormsweeps
over a section of the United States,
leaving death and destruction in its
wake.
The Duke of Connaught, with wife
and daughter, is given a fond farewell
hv many friends ou his departure for
England,
The powers submit terms of media
tion to the allies and refuse the in -
ilemnity clause. Austria's a'ttiude to
wards Montenegro is more threaten
ing. '■-        ,-     -
Monday
Fifteen thousand Turks siurender
to the Servian forces without a stiug
die.
The funeral of the late Archdeacon
Pentreath is largely attended in Van
couver.
Additional news of tho tornado
g>a|ihically tell the story of the terri
ble damage done.
Attorney General Bowser is strangely averse to giving a decision on Sun
day selling in Victoria.
The arret of two of the agents of
the Negotiators, Limited, creates a
sensation in Victoria.
The leading actors playing "Car
men" in a Madrid theatre fight a dnel
to death over a love affair, and the
tenor is killed.
Hon. Goo. E. Foster, in an upturn*
tic interview at Aukland, predicts
the return of the government in the
event of an election on the naval
policy.
Tuesday
Lord Wolseley, British soldier, dies
in London at the age of eighty.
old country song birds will reach Vic-
uuia today. They will benefit orchardists, as they kill fruit pests.
Montenegro agrees to all the de
mends of Austria-Hungary, arid civilians are given three days to leave the
city of Scutari and reach a place of
safety.
Thousands are dead and homeless
as the result of terrible floods in Ohio.
The Ohio river and tributaries, rising
in aa unprecedented manner, submerge towns and cities in four states,
causing great loss of life and tremendous property damage. The loss in
Dayton is overwhelming and can only
be guessed at. Five thousand people
may have perished.
Wednesday
First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill makes advances to thu
great powers for a reduction of ai-sua-
nients.
Alberta asks the Dominion govern-
ernment to prohibit the exportation of
natural gas beyond the bounaries of
the province.
Property loss in the Ohio floods is
estimated one hundred million dollars,
and three thonsand victims are swallowed up by the raging waters. Hundreds of people perish in the blazing
ruins at Dayton.
W. J. Goepel is appointed deputy
minister of finance of British Columbia. S. S. Jarvis succeeds S. H. Hos-
kins at Nelson. C. W. Young is appointed receiver for the city of ban-
don, while Harry McLeod becomes
registrar of titles at Prince Rupert.
Adrianople has fallen after one of
the most stubborn defences in the
history of warfare, and the Tchatalja,
according to a telegram received by
the Bulgarian legation at London' to
light, lias "suffered * itke-fate.- The
citv is set ablaze before surrender.
Enormous loss of life in the stern
struggle. Whole regiments of the attackers are blown up by mines.
Thursday
The British parliament debates
Churchill's speech.
The house at Ottawa discusses an
iceberg patrol for the North Atlantic.
Melbourne enthusiastically welcomes the first battleship of the Australian navy.
The east is in the grip of a sleet
storm. In Montreal it. is the severest gale known in a generation.
Two hundred out ofthe five hundred larks imported from England io
Vancouver island die during the long
journey.
Over 6000 troops will form an escort at fhe funeral of the late Field
Marshal Viscount Wolseley at St.
Paul's cathedral tislay.
Latest rejKH-ts from the fiisid district in the United States reduce the
casualty list to about two thousand.
Two hundred dead in Dayton. Columbus suffered heavily, bnt the exact figures are not obtainable.
A
rn
Fruit Growers Need Go-operr
ation and Good Business
Management
Many Dead and Injured
According to late reports, the totals of tbe dead and injured in the,
track of the great storm  in the Central  states   last .Sunday are as follows: I
Dead
'Omaha Juil suburbs...152
Terre Haute, Ind  18
Chicago    5
Yutan, Neb  IB
Berlin, Neb    7
Council Bluffs, la  12
To find a precedent, the   Tories a».t', Bartlett, la    3
Ottawa travel back to  King   James   Weston,' Ia..'.'    2
time. j Neola, ia...'..'."'.'".'.Z".l   2
Papeete for whaling are poor this jfflenwood, Ia    6
season.   Only a few of the cetaceans  Beebe,  Ia	
a,-e being found on the West coast.     I Maker, Ia	
-,..,.. i    ,   .      ' Walton, III     1
The   Alberta   provincial   election. ;Ster,in|. m    ID  X
ha_!?.^?.5"?,T??r Mi. ""   U t,8i Traverse City, JUich....   1
predicted that Liberals will win nearly; ,,...y,   t_j
.11 ..« _-!.. «*•.„..;__- ireriu, mu	
Injured
350'
250
io;
..J
17
13
10
2.
3'
2
2
0
4
all of the fifty-six seats,
A   consignment  of  five hundred
1
Totals..
..225
696
A district co-operative organization
ior the marketing and handling,nf
the fruit of Kooteney district was
outlined laat night hy J. D. Honsberger, of Grand Forks, and A. T.
Davis, of Mirror Lake, before a large
gathering of fruit growers and
business men of tbe Nelson district -in the board of trade rooms,
says the Nelson Daily News.
It was finally decided by tbe
gathering that a committee of six
should he appointed.to go fully into
the proposals aod report to the annual general meeting of the Kootenay Fruit Growers' union to beheld
here on Tuesday next..
Mr. Honsberger, one of the best
known and largest growers in the
Kootenay-Boundary district, ad
dressed the meeting on the proposals
outlined. He is the father of the
system of eo operation for fruit
growers which is being presented to
growers of the various fruit growing
centres of the district.
He opened by dealing with   th
great advantage   which he claimed
for his method.   These were many,
and he dealt with each.
Tbere shouldj-be no graft, nor
should there be any great profit to
any one man, but the system should
be one of co-operation, and the
money earned should be put into
such concerns as jam factories, canning factories, and other' facilities,
which would be a profitable way ol
disposing of the inferior grades of
fruit.
He advocated uniform methods
and grades in packing, and said hi*
was sure that a market could always
be obtai.ied for the good quality of
fruit.
Financial failure Was impossible
under his system, he stated, and he
went on to deal witb the operating
principles of the system. There
would he a bead oHice,ao assembling
house, a packing house and sales office, in which is'ahlishmenls econo
my could he-practiced, and the fruit
handled with the least possible expense.
He explained the various handlings which would bo required for
tl • fruit in passing from the grower
to   the consumer, and   showed-the
.Domical point* of his system.
By bundling tbe fruit with tbis
larger scope, he pointed out, the
cheaper materials und lower inark.-t-
ii-gcosts to the growers would result, which also was a great factor
Indipendent canning and jam
factories and the like should be
eliminated, and the by products
used by their own factories.
"By giving our fruit to thp present association we are so much out
of pocket," he staled, "until the fiuit
is marketed, whereas under iny-sys-
tem your money is guaranteed."
Mr. Beeston.who was in the ch-iir.
tben spake on tbe necessity of cooperation. "Without jt," he suid.
"we can not make a success of the
business." A general discussion of
Mr. Honaberger's proposals then
took place, in wbich many questions were asked.
Several growers from up the 1 tbe
points were present at the meeting,
and showed considerable interest
and took an active part in the questioning of Mr. Honsberger oc his
co-operative plan.
NtWS OF THt CITY IN BRIEF
The mayor and all the aldermen
were present at the council meeting
on Tuesday evening, but the session was short, and aside from the
transaction of routine work, no important business was done. Tenders for lumber were received, but
no action was taken. A great variety of subjects pertaining to tbe welfare of the city were discussed, snd
tney will likely be beard of later.
The Sun's parliamentary reporter
was busy endeavoring to save tbe
country at a political meeting,
whicb accounts for the abrupt termination uf tbis report.
Trout fishing commenced al tlio
const districts 011 Sauuday, March
15, but in tbe interior portion of the
province the tiuie ior lauding tbe
speckled beanties is still unchanged,
viz., the 15th day of May. This division of tbe trout waters into two
zones, witb differing regulations,
was instituted several years. ago in
accordance witb tbe recommenda-
rions of a commission, wbicb pursued its investigations during tbe
years 1905, 1906 and 1907. The
dividing line is the 121st meridian.
Tbe funeral of tbe late Charles
H. Haigbt will be beld from the
Davis ball next MoiTTJay morning al
9 o'clock, uuder the auspices of
Gateway Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F.
All members of the order are requested to attend.
Al. Traunweiser, proprietor of the
Yale, returned today from a six
weeks' vacation trip to southern
California. He reports having bad
an enjoyable time, but says that tbe
California weathtr Ibis season Was
nut of an ecstatic nature.
W. A. Williams, manager of the
Granby smelter, returned today
from Hidden Creek, and will remain
in tbe city for three or four weeks.
Mrs. Williams met him in Spokane,
E Jacohfon, the contractor, is
erecting a large residence near the
Catholic church.
A. S. Black, of Greenwood, wat-
111 the city on Wednesday;
About thirty Iwo deer were re
eently seen in one herd eight miles
from Phoenix. •
Snow fell iu Greenwood this year
00 Easter Sunday.
There were eight C.P B. engines
in the Greenwood yards one night
last week.
Central Labor Council Flans
Expose of Former Spokane Man
The Spokane Chronicle last Monday contained the following article:
"Complaints concerning tbe operations ol Lewis LeClair, formerly
Connected with the Card and Label
league of Spokane, has reached the
labor unionists of tbis city from the
mine aud smelter men's union of
Trail, B. C, with tbe result tbat tbe
Spokane Sectional Central Labor
council bas taken action toward acquainting tbe wage earners throughout tbe west aud northwest witb his
record.
"LeClair wsb repudiated by Spn-
kane unions and the Card and Label league after it was declared that
he bad attempted to collect money
from lbe local merchants for the
production of a 'union label directory' without the authority of organ-
izad labor and be is since declared
to bave traveled about tbe country
promoting various schemes at tbe
expense of the merchants, catering
to tbe trade of labor unionists.
"According to tbe complaint that
has been received from Trail, Le
Clair collected several hundred dollars from tbe business on a label
league scheme tbat is alleged to have
beenjt fake aod then left tbe place.
He has also been active at Nelson',
B. C, recently."
Mr. LeClair has been in Grand
Forks during the past tbree or four
weeks, working tbe aame scheme.
He appeargjlo bave found congenial
employers aud a lucrative business
bere, as he is still in Ihe city, if he
lias not departed during the last day
or two. Prior lo tbe-publiealion of
the Chronicle article he did not mention tbe fact that he hailed from
Spokane.
METEOROLOGICAL
The following is the minimum
and maximum temperature for each
day during the past week, as re
corded by lhe government thermometer on E. P. Laws'ranch:
TUKBMOA-KTKJI
Min.     Max.
Friday,  *21et  .19 7
Saturday, 22nd  38 21
Sundty, 23rd  39 ih
Monday,*.'".!!  33 18
Tuesday, 25th  34 il
Wednesday, 26th  32 19
Thursday, 27th  34 :!"
Un
•Snowfall     1,9
Rainfall « 00
We have 110 kick against the
weather in this part of the world.
If You Neglect to Register
You Will Have No Vote
Under the recently-passed 'amendment to the provincial
Elections Act, the voters lists of the province were cancelled
on Monday, March 3. From March '.) to April 7 is the time
set apart under the act during which names may be put on
he new lists. After April'7 no names-amy be added. Liberals are reminded of thc date and are urged to take the
necossary action without delay, so tliat none of their names
will be left off through neglect. THE SUN, GRAND FORES, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
YOUNG VIOLINIST TO MAKE LON
DON DEBUT
Ptle of Twenty Years Acclaimed by
Critics as Marvelous Player
Daniel Melsa, an exceedingly clever
soung violinist, who ls acclalmod by
competent critics as possessing su-
Iireme talent, has arrived In London,
and will make his appearance at Stein-
Wy Hall.
There Is nothing ot the conventional
n.UEic.11 genius about Melsa. He looks
older than his years, which are not
yet 20, but that is' usual with his race.
His black hair is close cropped, his
eyes have a rather dreams expression,
but he ls interested ln everything and
unite devoid of affectation. Of a
singularly modest demeanor, lie does
uot cure to talk about himself and
career, though he is full of gratitude
toward those who have befriended
Mm.
His early lito was singularly sad and
overshadowed by a great tragedy,
uorn at Warsaw in 1S93, .Melsa s parents removed to Lodz threo yeara
later. The boy, when quite small,
had a passion for music, and his father
bought him a violin, on which he
taught himself to play melodies. He
had no lessons until he waa about 7
years of age, when a professor ot Lodz
happened to hear hiin play, and was
so astonished at the talent he displayed that he advised his father to have
the boy educated, and prophesied a
great future for him.
After receiving instruction from
minor musicians, the boy, at the age
cf 0. entered the conservatorlum ot
l'rofessor Grudzinski, where he remained two years.
Misfortune came in June 1905. One
afternoon Media's father, accompanied
by his little daughter, went out Into
the streets and never returned. This
was the time ft tlle Jewish massacres,
and it was only after a week's search
that the child's body was found riddled with bullets, tn a deserted cemetery. Ot the father no trace remained. During this awful period the
boy nnd his mother were in Imminent
danger, but the Cossacks took pity
on young Melsa, whom they remembered as having often delighted them
with his violin playing, and thus his
life and his mother's were spared.
When the last echoes of the Pogrom
bad died away sympathizing friends
enabled tho hoy and his mother to go
to Berlin, where his rare gifts soon
won him a free course at the Kllnd-
worth-Scharwenka Conservatorlum.
The lad studied hard, and with such
success, that in 1909, wben but 16,
he caused something of a sensation
hy winning the prize violin at a com
■petition.
Mrs. Hill, wife of the American ambassador in Berlin, took a great interest In the boy, and It waB chiefly
through her Influence that a fund was
raised, to which many wealthy Germ-
ana and Americans contributed, to present. Melsa with a violin and to place
the family beyond want. A Berg-
0117.I of 1727 was bought at a eost ol
I62.no, and Is now the cherished possession of the youthful virtuoso. He
received further lessons from the well-
known master, Prof. Karl Flesch, and
on December 7 last Melsc made his
debut In Berlin. His playing made
a deep Impression and met with a
popular success quite out of the Dr
(Unary. Since then he has given two
-performances In Paris.
The young genius will make hi.
home in thi- country until he goes to
America In w ivember, and will give
some forty concerts.
Easy Money For You
We Have a Proposition in North Winnipeg—KINLOCK -PLACE
Prim tine on Main Street which Is 132 ff.et wide with an electric car service,
close lo new Exhibition Site, on which $1,000,000 will be invested In permanent
buildings, also close to Klldonan Park. There Is a great movement starting Jn
North Winnipeg, lt will develop into a boom this summer. Buy now and
gt-t advantage of the raise.
. Write for Booklet and price list.   Choice lots from $150 up.   Terms ?2D cash
and $10 per month.   Any one can handle one or more.
Send us particulars of funna for eale or exchange. .
Get our Ust of choice Investments.
SCOTT, HILL & CO.,
12 Canada Llfs Building, Winnipeg, Mm,
At a meeting ot working men a local preacher was giving an address
entitled: We have all got something
to be thankful tor. On seeing a
happy-looking young man In the front
row, he said:
My good man. I perceive you have
got something to be thankful for.
I have that, sir, replied the man.
My mother-in-law fell downstairs this
morning and had to be carried home.
The Golden Spur
A brewery concern began to build
an extension to Ita premises. Many
workmen wero employed on the lob,
but the work of digging the foundations advanced very slowly, to the annoyance c-f the proprietor.
Suddenly It seemed as If new lite
had come Into the men. From early
dawn till late evening they worked
with great induslry, bidding defiance
to wind and rain. When the ground
bad bee.i excavated to the required
depth the men had to he restrained
trom digging deeper still.
Tlie brewer was delighted, but bis
curkialty was aroused as to how sueh
remarksf, energy was induced. He
sought (iill-ghttnont from a manager.
Thai astute Individual, under pressure
confessed to a little subterfuge. He
bad placet) in a worn-out esrliern jar
u slip of old parchment bearing the
inscription: Great store ot money
lyotli bnryril heiieiiih tliys spotte. He
l-bnt fymlelh It may kepe It. It.nir-m-
lier ye pore, lie covered the iar
with a piece ot slate, and Carefully
bin-led It where the workmen were
■ure to flud il.
I suppose tliat I hero arc many problems which Polar explorers seek to
solve? said Ihe unscientific man.
Yes, replied ihe intrepid travellor;
n great many.
What, ls lho most Important one?
Gelling back.
Dr. Morae'a
Indian Root Pilla
exactly meet the need which so often
•rises in every family for a medicine
to open up and regulate Ibe boseli.
Not only are they effective in all
cases of Constipation, but they help
greatly in breaking up a Cold or La
Grippe by cleaning out the system
and purifying the blood. In the (am*
•ay they relieve or cure Biliousness,
Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheum-
*fi*\l "nil oll_i;r common ailment*
In the lullcst sense oltne words Dfc
Morse's Indian Root Pills are      tl
A Household Remedy
-V.  N.  U, 937
WARDEN'S APPEAL BREAKS CONVICT DOWN
Latter Hesitates to   Use   Gun   and
When  Captured   Bursts   Into
Tears
A daring attempt recently to
escape from the Saute prison made by
a 20-year-old convict, was frustrated
owing to au appeal to his feelings.
Marcel Eckerlen is under sentence
ot five years' Imprisonment for theft..
Hie cell ls next to Ihe room of one ot
the jailers, and there ls a spyhole between the two, po that the Jailor may
watch the convict.
ICckerlln can also watch the jailer,
aud on Wednesday he saw tho Jailer
In the next room change into civilian
clothes and go oft for a day's lease.
As soon as he had gone the convict
broke away part of the wall round the
spyhole and climbed through. He then
dressed l.imsilf in the jailer's uniform
and stole a revolver and 540 and started to leave the prison.
Fortunately his disappearance was
noticed In time. ' The head warder,
a man namtd Mallard, ordered a
search for him In the prison, and
found the convict in a workroom on
the top floor.
When the chief warder opened the
door of the workroom he was faced
by the convict in warder's uniform and
with a revolver. The warder In his
hurry had not taken a weapon with
him. He stood perfectly still, opened
his arras wide and said: Surely you
won't shoot the father of a family!
The convict hesitated, the chief warder rushed at him, and he was overpowered, and burst Into tears.
It was rumored In Paris (hat Eck-
erlen's attempt at escape had been followed by an attempt to set free a
number ot the ringleaders ot the Bon-
not-Garnier gatig, who were consigned
to the Sante prison, but this story Is
contradicted hy the authorities.
Recognized Her
There were many good stories told
about the late Mr. W. S. Penley, of
"Charley's Aunt" fame. Perhaps one
ot the best was the tale he told himself about an old friend to whom he
gave tickets for the theatre one evening. His friend came, accompanied
by a daughter, and settled down in his
stall with every Intention of enjoying
the play; but he-had had a tremendously busy and tiring day. and during
the first act ho fell fast^asleep.
His daughter, greatly concerned in
caso Mr. Penley might notice from
the stage Ibal her father had gone to
sleep, reproached him bitterly for
sleeping during his friend's performance.
It was disgraceful, she said; lo
which he retorted that she was mistaken, he hadn't been asleep at all,
he declared positively. During the
second act ho sat bolt upright nud did
his best lo keep awake; but just before -the curtain tell he doze-I off
again, and his head dropped forward.
When the lights were turned up his
daughter prodded him violently, at the
same time hissing in his car/
Papa, do remember where you are!
Charley's Aunt!
Her father, si'll hair asleep, only
caught the last two words, but determined to show that he was wide awake
he jumped to his feet and grasped lhe
hand of an old lady who happened lo
be passing along the row of seats In
front of him.
Charley's Aunt, ho exclaimed, shaking hands warmly. Why, so it Is!
And how's Charley?
Henry Was Useful
Henry, snld his father-in-law. uk he
culled his daughter's spouse luto the
library and locked the door, you have
lived with me now for over two years.
Ves, father.
In all Hint time 1 haven't ask A yon
a penny for board,
No   sir,—wonilrrlngly.
In nil your llllle family ipinnvls 1
Imve always tnken your part ami de-
elded In your favor.
Always, sir.
I have even paid some ot yiiiir bills-
A Rood many, father.
And In every way helped you to get
along.
You have been very kind, sir.
I have tried to be, my boy, and 1
hope you appreciate tt.
I do, sir.
Then the until favor I mn about
to usU ot you will no doubt he granted?
Most  certainly,  sir.
Thanks. Then I wan! you to tell
your motlici-lnlaw lhat those tickets
for the supper-club dane<* which she
picked up In my room this morning
must have nrtldcnlally fallen out of
25
Bluings
10
cants.
Wash Day
Makes the Clothes as
White as Snow
Try It I
M-nufactiir-d ->-
Tfc* Johnion.Rlch.rfll.on Co
Llmlrcd, Montr..!, Co.
Whether the com be of old or new
growth, It must yield to Holloway's
Corn Cure, the simplest and best cure
ottered to lhe public.
They tell me you have ha-J rome
money left you, said Bloom.
Ves, replied Smith; It left me long
ago.
125Ettlnci*ator*|0™
«n* Brooder •SEP
■ *>■**.   iarw>»w
SENT SIXTY MILES
FOR GIN PIUS
Mr. Sid. Castleman of Larder Lake,
Ont. needed Gin Pills badly. Ue says.:
"I had been suffering some'time with
my Kidneys and Urine. Tlte pain was
something awful, and no rest at night.
I heard of your Gin Pills and sent my
chum 6o miles to get them, and in less
than six hours I felt relief. Iu two
days the pain had left me entirely—
and to-day I feel as well as ever",
joe, a box, six for {1,50. Sample free
if you write National Drug and Chemical
Co., of Canada Limited, Toronto.     134
Traveller—Ah, Miss Society, If you
want to see Nature at Its best you
Bhould take a trip through the pine
woods ot Norway.
Miss Society—Wouldn't It be grand?
And I do so dote ou pineapple.
Mlnard'e Liniment Curea Diphtheria.;
Mother—Why, Lola, aren't jto»
asteep yet.
Little Lola—Not quite, mamma; but
one ot my feet Is.
MALE HELP WANTED
OULD YOU LIKE TO MBARN THI
stock broking business? I want a lire
w.	
tinbltfoua representative In   every   eity
snd town to handle stocks,  bonis an*
mortgagee; applicant must furnleh refer-,
encea and bave from 1100 to 1600 pereoa-s
«l cspltal. ..Wilts or call If. B. EiSiP
li Co., 14 Victoria Street. Toronto.
AGENTS WANTED -
Wanted—Agents for Hall and Windstorm Insurance.    Apply The Canada
Weather Insurance Company, (Dominion License), Winnipeg, Man.
COMING EAST THIS WINTER?
After the busy season ls over, pack
up and come east and spend three
months ln one of our schools. Business education will help you to win
out. It costs but little to get It.
Write ns for our new curriculum aod
plan to let us help you. Address W.
II. Shaw, President, "Shaw's Schools,"
Toronto. Canada.
A Prior Claim
The lovely girl, having lingered a
minute In her room to adjust her
transformation, change the angles of
ber Grecian. hnnfri-M.fr make sure that
her skirt fitted like the skin ot a
plum, descended to the parlor to And
the family pet ensconed upon the
knee ot the young man caller, her
curly head nestled comfortably against
his shoulder.
Wby Mabel, tbe young lady exclaimed, aren't you ashamed of yourself? Get down this minute.
Shan't, retorted the child. I got
here first.
She—But how do I know you love
me?
Ho—Why, I can't sleep at nights
thinking of you.
Bhe—That proves nothing. Pa
can't Bleep ut nights thinking of you;
but I hardly think lt is love.
your pocket, and we'll saUTt wiua.o.
len
It
House Hunter- -But whenever tliere
Is a Hood ! should think the water
WO*J.4 always eome light up to the
nou sc.
House Agent—.Posalbly, sir. But
there are precious tew properties
where you can get fishing from iho
•lining room window
Shivery
Mornings
You can have a taste of
the summer sunshine ofthe
corn fields by serving a dish
Post
Toasties
These crisp flavoury bits of
toasted white corn make an
appetizing dish at any time
of year.
Try them in February
and taste the delicate true
maize flavour.
A dish of Toasties served
either with cream or milk,
or fruit, is surprisingly good.
"The Memory Lingers"
Grocers    everywhere    tell
Toasties
Canadian   Postum Cereal  Co.,
Limited
Windsor, Ont.
FOR
DISTEMPER
SPOHN   MEDICAL
TIW  ETC.   EMIOOnC
smrrwc fevu.
ul CATAMHM Fr-Vll*
Sure cure and positive preventive, no mallei- hnw horses
al any age are Infeuted or "exposed." Liquid, given on the
tongue, acts on the Blood and Glands, expels the poisonous
aerma from the body. Cures DlBtemper in Dogs and
sheep, and Cholera In Poultry. Largest selling live mock remedy. Cures l.u Grippe among human beings and Ib a: tine
kidney remedy. Cut this out. Keep It. Show It lo Vour
.lrugglet, who will get It for you. Free Booklet, "Distemper,  CauseB anil  Cures."
DISTRIBUTORS—ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
CO.,    Chemists,    and    Bacteriologists, Goshen, Ind.. U.S.A.
THE GffiMEST Li ASSURANCE
reports that 1912 has been by far the
most successful of twenty successtul yeara.
The Applications received make a new record.
Total for 1912  ..25,155.166
Increaae tor the year  ♦ 7,136,813
Largely increased Assets and Income evidence the Company's
expansion.
Assets December Slst 1912 112,251,981
Income for 1912 * 3,556,724
Increase In Income for the year t    792,565
Greatly Increased Gains indicate well-satisfied, persistent
Policy-holders
-  Business In force end 1912 183,978,739
Gain for the year    H«,««9,307
Increased Oaln over 1911  $ 4,965,002
Interest-earnings are the highest yet recorded.
The Average Gross Hate for 1912 being t   ,7.95p.e.
Increase for the year $    0.23p.c.
The Mortality has never been so favorable.
Net Death Claims 1912  1    328.615
Decrease for the yeur $       6,651
Low Expense Rates betoken due economy, and with the ...
-two preceding Items, nnd laqf llf)« Hgf^lW I'I     	
SurptTisTTarnlngs toYmi  v., $ 673.460
Greater than amount earned ln 1911 by .,- $ 131,386 '
Tbe Great-West Policies lu force now number $     40,606.
Increase for the year  J       6,242
Again proving that for low rates and high returns—the public Increas"-
Ingly choose Great-West Policies.
HEAD OFFICE  - • WINNIPEG
MODEL 1912    20GUACE    TAKE-DOWN
mHammerless Repeating Shotgun
The lightest, strongest and handsomest repeating shotgun mads. It weighs
only SH pounds, yet, all metal parts being made throughout of Nickel
Steel, it has wonderful strength. In grace of outline snd refinement of
detail snd finish, it is unapproached by repealing guns of other makes.
It is exceedingly simple to load, unload and take down, and shoots
with Ibe strength and accuracy for wbich Winchester guns sre noted.
A si ,..r ieiltr ti ski* r*o one. er send le Winchester Keteiliif A im,
Ce., ,V.«, lliven. Cnn., f.r ninjlim,, ittnstrotei eircnlir xfescrieint tt
A 20 GUAGE GUN FROM BUTT TO MUZZLE.
PLAN NOW FOR A G00DKITCHEN GARDEN
There ars as vegetables jest Ills*' yesr
ewa growing.    Provide Isr a good libit,
sal vegetables, sad throw swsy msdiciss.
Ws aol ssly sapply y ss with Ik* Fiasst Tsstsd
Seeds Isr this Coaalry, hai ws alas skew yoa
HOW TO GROW TBE BEST VEGETABLES"
Told ia osr hsshlsU, 1S3 pain (espyrfoUsd).
Tba lirst sf Iks kisd prlslsd ia Cauda.    Thsy
csalala Iks  best Wasters sipsrleaca si sipsrt
Marks! Gardeasrs.   Sossd, practical and snsikls—
{•st whsl ysa wasl ts kasw ia prepariag tks sssd
bed, anasrlat star Hag Ika ased, IrasspUatist, IsrcSaf.
ripsaisi, sierra*, dnlrsyisg tassels, sic.     Tks pries
la 10 cssts par booklet ($100 Isr ths full ssl si tl,
IsclodLg vststsbls sad spscisl Held craps), fast FREE Is
■ olssrsssds.      Sss ear cslalsjaa, s*fr 8.
WHITE TO-DAT TOR OD* TWO. CATALOO0K. AWKUimi. 61,1*,. tl
LA.SADA.>
CREATLSI
SEED HOUSE
^ STEELE,BRIGGS SEED CO.
WINNIPEG-     CANADA
We
Receive
FURS
from all over I*.8. and Oanado.
Wby not ship to ue. Ymi wlU
soonc-r or later. Bend for pi-lcs
llet and flhtp lo
M. r.  Pf seller * Co.,
• But tilth ft. (Desk As,
. New York I'll* fas
THE SUN, GRAND FORKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NADRUCO
^i-AXATIVES
are entirely different from
others both In their composition and their effect—complete
evacuation without .purging or
discomfort.
25c. a bos at your druggist's.
NATIONAL Ontl. IX,* CHEMICAL CO.
or CAMAS*, UNITED.
US
BOYS!
How would you like to be our Selling.
Agents and make BIQ MONEY in
your Spare Hours?
We haye the Goods 1
Send Post Card to-day
for particulars, and "Get into Business."
•. M. O. Dept. P. O. Box 1156, Montreal, Can.  **	
PROFIT IN REAL ESTATE
WOODIiAWNfUBDIVISION, St.
. Vital, offers a splendid opportunity
for great profits. We are spending oyer Thirty Thousand dollars
In Improvements.
Buy1 now, before prlcea advance.
Plans and prices, free.
STEWART &~WALKER, LTD.
Starling Bank Building, Winnipeg
Muriel Baid the old gentleman
sharply, that young man you had In
the parlor last night ls dull ot comprehension. All I had to do was
cough when the other chaps remained
too late, and they would take the hint
and depart. Did this one say any*
thing when I coughed last night?
- Yes, replied the beautiful daughter,
he said the next time he called he
was going to bring you some cough-
drops .
operatioPfor pub failed
Zam-Buk Was Then Tried and Worked a Cure
Writing from Poplar, B.C., Mrs. C.
Hanson, wife of the proprietor of the
Commercial Hotel, says: "1 suffered
for yeara with bleeding piles. The
pain was so bad at times that' I could
hardly walk, and ordinary remedies
seemed utterly unable to give me any
ease. Finally I decided to undergo
an operation, and went to the Sacred
Heart Hospital ln Spokane. There
they performed an operation and did
all they could for me. For a time
I was certainly better, but within 12
months the trouble started again
and the piles became as painful as
ever. I tried liniments, hot poultices,
various 'pile cures', and Indeed everything I could think would be likely to
do any good, but still I continued to
suiter, and the shooting, burning,
stinging pains, the dull, aching and
wretched 'worn-out' feeling that the
disease causes continued as bad as
ever.        1   ***•>■■■■ -
'One day I read about Zam-Buk and
thought I would try it. The first one
or two boxes gave me more ease than
anything else I had tried, so I went
on with the treatment. In a short
time I began to feel altogether different and better, and I saw thnt Zam-
Buk was going to cure me. Well, I
went on using lt, and by the time I
had used six boxes I was delighted to
find myself entirely cured. That was
three years ago, and from then to
the present time there has been no return of the trouble."
Zam-Buk ls a sure cure for piles,
ecxema,- ulcers, abscesses.- cold sores,
chapped hands, varicose sores, burns,
scalds, bruises, Inflamed patches, and
all skin Injuries and diseases. Drug-
glsts.and stores everywhere, 60c. box,
or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.
Refuse harmful substitutes.
* All new arrivals are washed, explained a warder to some visitors who
were being shown over a model prison.
And lf they make a fuss? asked one
of the visitors.
T*-en they are Ironed.
it is the
writs for my Plum      _.   ._  ...
most ItstraetlvB medical book ever writ-
ten. It tells sll about these' diseases
snd the remarkable cures effected by
Ihs new French Remedy "THERAPION1*
ws. I,.Ho. 1, No. I, and you can decide
for yourself If it Is the remedy for yonr
ailment. Dwt aend s cent. It's absolutely FM-__. No "follow-up" elreu.
ters. Dr. UClsrs Med. Co,' Rarer.
stock ltd.. Hempstead. London. Eng.
THE JOHN INCUS CO., United
Engineers and Boilermakers
Boilers ot   air  kinds— Engines.
Pumps and Heavy puts Work
! Write us tor Prices
14 atrsehsn Ave., Toronto, Canada
KIDNEY TROUBLE
all Urlo Acid Diseases, Including Kidney Trouble, Bladder Stones Oil
Stones. Gravel and Lumbago are rap -
Idly relieved and permanently cured
by SANOL. 'A remedy that has an
enviable reputation throughout Canada. - Wa will send - letters (ram
scons ot t>. opie, who hsve been cured
of sn* or tax. et -hex uuaplalata,
by
8ANOL
Wrile'for fall Information.
Pries 11.50 Per Bottla at all Leading
Druggists.
TrlE SANOL M'FQ.  CO., LTD.
WINNIPEG. MANITOBA
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS
II yon feel "out of aorta"—"run down'
am**\s\t\e\^^
!_____!_*".SS"***. at^ eniDttais. plies. Ao..   ta|n roota and herbs, and Ihe -action
Pills.of   Attested   Value.—Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the result of
Call no man happy until you hare
seen his wile.
Many mothers have reason to bless
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
becauso it has relieved the little ones
•I suffering and made them healthy.
Conscience doesn't make cowards
•f us'as often as a bigger man doea.
DODDS
KJDNEY
'/   PILLS
IT*t»-m__n_g
:vAfc»jTjlj_k
Ne. a hex sr six boxes tor 12.90,
st all dsalsnt, er Ths Osdds Msdl.
das Company, Limited,   Toronto,
W. N. U. NU
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
Can quickly be overcome by v
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
Purely vegetable
—aclnirely and
gently oa tae
Ever. Cura
BUiouraae,
Headache,
Dial.
see* and Isdtjadoa.   They do their duly.
SaaU PlU, Smell Deis, Smsll Price.
Genuine numba. Signature
**mMaaswwmasmsmamam
Blow of 8peech
Mn. Smith says that her husband
never spoke a.hasty word to her ln
his lite.
That ls perfectly true, ..because he
stutters dreadfully, was the answer.
Internal parasites In the shape of
worms ln the stomach and bowels of
children sap their vitality and retard
physical development. They keep
the child ln a constant state of unrest
and, lt not attended to, endanger life.
The child can be spared much suffering and the mother much anxiety by
the best worm remedy that can be got,
Miller's Worm Powders, which are
suro death to worms' In any shape.
Only One "UROMO QUININE".
That Is LAXATIVE   BROMO   QUItf-
INE.  Look tor the signature of E.
W.  GROVE.  Cures a Cold ln One
Day. Cures Grip In Two Days. 25o.
KST MD HEALTH TO MOTHER MD Willi.
Mas. Winslow's Bootiiino Strop h«» bees
aaed foe over (SIXTY ybaks by millions of
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN Willi,*
TEETHING, with FKRPKCT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS sll PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and
Is the beet remedy for DIAKRHCEA. It is ab-
aolutely harmless. Be sure snd ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao other
kind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle. 	
77U-iMoMftfi&
emu dUy4£
\ts thi CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, md BEST HOME
DYE, one can fcuy.-Why yott don't •van hav* lo
koowwhit KIND of Cloth your Good* aro nude
of...So Mistake* ara Impossible.
Send for Fraa Color Card, Story Booklet, aad
Booklet glt/foc raiwltt of Dyeing ov«r otbsr colon.
Tba K)HNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limits*,
,   **\ Montreal. Canada.
FANTED-A MAN
ot such as sedatives and laxatives on
the digestive apparatus. The success the compounders have met with
attests the value ot their work. These
pills have been recognized for many
years as the best cleansers ot the system that can be got. Their excellence was recognised from the first and
they grow more popular dally.
It Is common enough to And fault.
It you want to be original, lose It.
Mlnard'e Liniment Curea Distemper.
Dominion Express .Extends Service
The Dominion Express Co., Is extending its service over the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island railways, with direct connection with
Newfoundland, and over the toll swing
other rdads In the Maritime Provinces:
The Moncton & BuiUwhe. Kent
Northern, North Shore, International,
Carnquet, Temlscouta. Quebec Central and Atlantic, Quebec & Western.
This gives the Dominion Express Co.
a total mileage, of over 18,000 ln Canada, which Is practically two-thirds of
the entire railway mileage ot the Dominion.
A DIFFERENCE
It Paid This Man to Change Pood
What Is called good living even?
ually brought mc to a condition quite
the reverse ot good health," writes an
Eastern merchant.
"Improper eating told on mo till my
stomach became bo weak tlmt food
nauseated me. even the lightest and
simplest lunch, and I was much depressed after a night of uneasy slumber, unfitting me for business.
"This condition was discouraging,
as I could And no way to Improve it.
Then I saw the advert Isement ot
Orape-Nuts food, and decided to try It,
and became delighted with the result.
"For the past three yenrs I have
used Grape-Nuts and nothing else fo'r
my breakfast and for lunch before retiring. It speedily set my stomach
right and I congratulate myself that I
bave regained my health. Thore Is
no greater comfort for a tired man
than a lunch of Uraoe-Ntils. It In-
sures restful sleep, and an awakening
In tho morning with a feeling of bouy-
ant courage and hopefulness.
"drape-Nuts has bren a boon to my
whole family. It has made ot o-ir
2-year-0ld- hoy,-who used to be niiaiit *
to digest much ot anvlhim. a robust,
healthy, little rascal weighing 32
pounds. Mankind certainly owes a
debt ot gratitude to lhe cxnert who Invented this perfect food." Name
given by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont.     "There's a reason."
|ver read the above letter? A nsw
one appears from llm* tc lime. They
ars genyine, Irus and full of human
InUrsst
W-
To start In profltaMe bust
uessof bisownselllnff our Uk Line of
Necessities direct to farmers.  Contract given for exclusive territory. Man must
be honest,  aober anil industrious.  Two
Thousand Rawleigh salesmen now malting
$100 tp $300 Par Month
EiperiMce net neeewry. W. will tssch yoo.
A fowehoicelerrltoriesstlllopen. If you csn furnish team snd a little expanse money, write us
sis....* ag., occupotiou. .tc.
The W. T. llnWcli Medical Ce	
Ina.rtw.-C*«ml»u-Nar.uf«ctw«t>
411
Runr
Malsle—What Is the seat of war*
Pansy—That must   be   the   place
where the standing army sits down.
Mlnard'a Liniment Cures Garget fn
Cows
Tourist [to guide)—That's a very imposing statue, guide.
Culde—Indeed, you are right, sir;
most people are imposed on by lt.
They think It's marble but It's only
painted wood.
Deafnesr Cannot bo Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
"here 13 only one way to cure deafness,
and that la b. constitutional remedies.
Deafness la reused by an Inflamed condition of the irucoua lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube le Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hen ing. and when It Is entire-
ly elcsed, Detttnras la the reault, and un-
less tho Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever;
condition of tie mucous surfaces.
We will eS'. One Hundred Dollara for
any esse of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Curs.   _Bend ror circulars, free.
. .. F* tl CHKNEV & CO.. Toledo, O,
fold by DniBglsts. 7«c.
Taks Hall'a Family-Nils for constlpa
Tramp (entering taxidermist's) Do
you stuff all kinds of things here?
Taxidermist—Why, yes.
Tramp—Well, I wish you would stuff
me with a good dinner.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Borne time ago I had a bad attack
of Quinsy which laid mc up for two
weeks and cost a lot of money.
Finding the lump again forming in
my throat, I bathed freely with MINARD'S LINIMENT, nnd saturating
a cloth with the liniment left It on all
night.
Next morning the swelling was gone
ahd I attributed tho warding off of an
attack of Quinsy to the- freo use of
MINARD'S LINIMENT.
O. P. WORDEN.
St. John.
Tram-Drtver (After a great storm)
—Ah, and I've been out In all of lt.
Cabby—No you ain't! I've been out
In some of lt!
A Foe to Asthma—Give Asthma
half a chance and it gains ground rapidly. But give It repented treatments of Dr. .1. 11. Kellogg's Asthma
Remedy and It will fall back even
faster. There Is no half way measure about this remedy. II goes right
to work anil drives asthma out. It
reaches the Inmost breathing pui-.sa.gin
and leaves no place for tho trouble lo
lurk.    Have It by you for ready use.
Olbhs—Stout pcoplo they say. ar«
rarely guilty of meanness or crime.
IJIbbs—Well, you see, It's so dim-
cult tor them to stoop to anything
low.
Chapped laaal
Woal Bather
Yea
it instead of
soap you use
SNAP, the
original hand
cleaner.
SNAP contains no lye or
acids, but glycerine and neutral
oils which keen the skin smooth
and in splendid condition.
Try SNAP lor a week and notice
the difference. 47
SNAP
OrJtr from your ilMl'it loJ_»)r.   itncMptw.
Afterany Sickness
nothing so rapidly restores health
and vigor as SCOTTS EMULSION.
It is the essence of natural body-
nourishment, so medically perfect
that nature immediately appropriates and distributes it to every
organ, every tissue—feeding,
nourishing and restoring them to
normal activity.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is not A
patent medicine, but is nature's
body-nourishment with curative,
upbuilding properties and without
a drop of drug or alcohol. It contains superior cod liver oil, tho
hypophosphites of lime and soda
with glycerine, and is so delicately
emulsified that it enters the system
without digestive effort—builds,
tones and sustains.
After croup, whooping cough,
measles and other child ailments it
is nature's ally in restoring health.
After grippe or pneumonia it
Imparts strength and health, and
for colds, coughs, sore, tight chests
ind throat troubles SCOTT'S
EMULSION gives the greatest relief
known.
-Bcott ft Bowae, Toronto, Ontario
U-M
Dolly—Please, Miss Sharp, mamma
wants to know If you have really left
your songs at home?
Miss Sharp—Yob, dear.     Why?
Dolly—Well, papa Bays it sounds too
good to be true.
Mlnard'a Liniment Cures Colds, Eli.,
Pay as you go; also collect on tho
same route.
The Housekeeper
WHO WOULD MAKE WASHDAY EASIER, CAN DO SO BY
U8INQ
Eddy's Wares
Eddy's Indurated Tubs allow the water to retain heat longer
and never rust. Being made in one seamless piece cannot splinter
and so the danger* of snagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated.
Used In conjunction with
Eddy's Washboards
Washday   Loses Half Its Terrors
The Best
Farm Lubricants
GRANITE
.Harvester Oil
A heavy, short-cut oil for farm machinery
Clingi to the bearing* and insures the least
possible friction and wear. Moisture and
changes of temperature do not affect it.
The choice of the most successful farmers.
STANDARD
Gas Engine Oil
Used and recommended by the lead-'
ing engine builders all over the country.
Keeps its body at high temperatures.
Equally good for external bearings.
£1 Doraio Cotter Machine Oil
Capital Cylinitr Oil
Threther Hard Oil
Silver Star Engine Ktrotens
Imperial Motor Gatoline
Mica Axis Create
Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse
station* in Western Canada. For addresses,
price list*, etc., write any agency.
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, limited
Main Ottteit
WINNIPEG
Kegiaa, MmhJsw, Saibteaa,  Edasatea
Cslfuy,  LtttatiMie, Vuenrer THE   SUN,   GBAND   FORKS,   B. C.
6. A. Evans, editor shdVuslishis
SCBSOBIFTIOM BATBS t
_.
Jtio fear  SIM
'Ine Year (In adtanoe)  1.00
Um. Year, in United State,  1.W
Addreii all oomrouiilctttloii, to
Thb Bvbmino Suh,
hhosb HU Obako Pbaite. B.C
FRIDAY, MARCH   28, 1915
marketing machine. Cooperation
on a large scale will be required if
the British Columbia fruit grower
wishes to remain in the business.
It has often heen asserted that cooperation will prove the salvation of
the fruit-growing industry in this
province. It now begins to look ss
if this prediction would come true,
and it is therefore gratifying to learn
thnt the ranchers of the Boundary
and tha Kootenays have begun to
seriously consider thit subject. J.
D. Honsberger, of this cily, has a
project of combining all tbe districts
of the section .of the province into
•one large organization for the purpose of handling thn fruit crop and
utilizing the by-products, The plan
should be carefully investigation,
and if his Bystetn is found to be
workable, no time should he wasted
iu perfecting the organization. The
indications are that it will be needed to market this season's fruit crop
Advices from the other side of tbe
line nay the American fruitgrowers
active in furtherig the cooperative
movements. At North Yakima last
week a co-operative association
known as the Nnrth Pacific Distrihu
tors, which tnibrsces four western
states, was organized. No individual
grower, or miall district, on tbis
side of the line can hope to successfully  compete  against   tb *   hupe
Somk people devoid of reasoning
j faculties are gifted witb a flow of
words. Tbat appears to have been
the condition of the speaker at the
! opera house on Tuesday night. He
, denounced the eastern departmental
stores, and urged the people to buy
at home, whicb is good policy. But
he also favored a restricted purchasing market for the home merchant.
Until human nature undergoes a
radical change, the only way to
induce the people to do their shopping at home will be to make the
conditions for the home business
man so that he can compete with
tbe eastern concerns. The man who
works for two or three dollars a day,
and is raising a large family, can not
afford to consult tbe sentimental
side of his nature when he makes a
purchase.
Alberta will have a provincial
election next month. Heurli*, thf
Libtrals win —IhUs, the Conserva
lives lose.
AN eight hour day that requires
sixteen hours' wnr« per day to enforce, is not worth the price it costs.
The man who outgrows bis use
fulness at forly.hasnot accomplished
much good for tbe world up to that
age.
What will be the next fake?
Ten Minorca Roosters, one year
old, for sale. Apply Dick Malm,.
Ruckle addition.
YOU NEED A GOOD
WAGON IF YOU ARE
A /^OOD FARMER
WE'VE GOT WHAT YOU
WANT
Moon Eclipsed
The eclipse of tbe moon occurred
on schedule time last Saturday
morning. The moon began to enter
the deep shadow at 3:11 a.m., and
then it looked as though a piece had
been bitten, off its right surface.
ThiB continued till,the shadow cast
on the queen of night looked like a
large copper cent.' It passed out of
the deep shadow at about 4:44.
Clouds interfered somewhat with the
view.* The center of totality wus nt
3:66.
An obscuration of the moon is
produced hy the passage of the
earth's shadow ttver Ibe surface tit
the sattelile, and can only occur at
full moon, for to constitute it the
sun, the earth and the moon mil t
be in a straight line, whichthi y
nearly always are every lime the
moon is full, and it brings us on nil
such nrensions on the brink of a
lunar eclipse.
The law of light and shadow, na
observed in an eclipse of the ii.jii'n
is* n wonderful phenomenon. Pintle
your hand between the light of an
ordinary lamp and a wall nnd the
shndow of the hand will he seen on
Ihe wall! Let the earth get between
ihe sun and the moon and the law
of light and shadow works just the
same,through -million's of nubs of
space, an it does through a few feet
of space,
Canadians who contemplate wilh
awed amazement the frantic i-onle-t
of armaments ih Europe are not
generally aware of the important
part played by their own country in
the struggle. When they realize
that the mighty powers of the world
are very largely dependent upon this
dominion tor an essential constituent of armorplate they mav recover
o ii ■ .,' the self-esteem that was so
ruthlessly shattered by the ChiiicMH
memoranda which wag introduced
to the limelight wilh so much gusto
a few weeks ago. The greater part of
the world production of nickel comes
from Ontario, and without that sup
pl.t the manufacture of amorplnie,
steei tails and machine parts would
be largely diminished.—Victoria
Times.
Our wagons won't work your horses to death. They
run light.
They are made of strong, tough, seasoned wood and will
stand the roughest wear.
If you buy a wagon from us and anything goes wrong
with it, drive up in front of our store and see if we don't
make good.
Mclntyre <& Smith
■ Sir Charles Tnpper at 9_» has
planned to recrnss the ocean in
May. It was Sir Charles wbo wrote
to lhe Montreal Slar on November
11, 1909. as follows: "Allow me to
say tbnt in my opinion your journal
ii making a serious mistake in attacking the deliberate judgment of
tbe Cnnndian hnnse ot commons,
who have unanimously pledged
themselves to proceed vigorously
with the construction of a Canadian
navy, and nn the.lines that the imperial government has decided is
better calculated to provide for the
security of the empire than the contribution of DrendnaaglitB "
"R TT A PH BASEBALL
iAJ-'-rl.vylA GOODS
Used in the West exclusively, being highest in
qnajity. See our new stoek of Gloves, Balls' etc.
Beach Balls ..:....'. $1.25 each
Woodland C& Quinn
The Rexall Druggists
Something   That Tou
Never Seen Nor
Heard Of
A MRISIAH HOVELTY—In Europe
it ia used this year ax a little
-Caster present, or ratber a mark
of courtesy tu friend* and relatives. Ita value as a token lies
more in the novel idea than in the
price of the article It is arranged
so that it can lie sent, juat like a
pohtcai-il, fut- a cent ul- twn, to
auy place in C.ini-.ti tit- the United States. The Rtideni-iiig idea
about it is tlie embedded I.uiun
ovs Chobs, whieh will shine all
night long (nr in any dark room)
in n Glorious, Mvsw* Blue
Light, after yon have nad it exposed to daylight fnr a fe» minutes. The price is so low that
anyone is enabled io be convinced of its real nature It is
indeed an article »Inch is held
in high esteem by any Christian
family nr person. The shining
cross is made of a stoae wh rh is
found only near Jerusnli m nnd
of which already the Bible sjicnka
as the LurinousStonk in pluming .Solomon's Temple
PRICES ARE—»5 »■"■•*■< «■*<*. 2
for 25c, 5 for 50c, and 12 for SI.
A. NETKOW
SU TONGE STRUCT TOIODTO, ONT
(Sole Agent fnr Canada and U.S )
Barred
Plymouth Rocks
and Rote Comb
Rhode Island Reds
Ore i_*hi,.t..fl-.U:".
The ore shipments and smelter
treatments of the Boundnry mines
and smelters for the past week were:
Granby mine, 27,255 tons; Mother
Lode, 8280; Jtnwhike, 4870; Nopo-
leon 584; Queen Victoria, 531.
Smelter Treatments—Granby, 24,-
585 tone; Mother Lade, 15,375.
Don't forget that The Sun has the
best job printing deparrtnent in the
Boundary country.
Some business men are so fond nf
being drieived that they even en
deavor to believe that they can reach
the consumers ol this district with
nut ndvertisiugin The Sun
NEWBLftGKSMITH SHOP
—j—
MOOYBOBR ft POSTMA
GENERAL BLACISMITIIINi
Horse-Shoeing a Specially
Repairing ol Every Description
All Work Folly Guaranteed
Bicycle and Automobile Repairing
^HE Great Northern Hotel
hus added a
Barber Shop
to its already well equipped
hostelry.
Pompeian and Electric
Massage'given.
Razors  sharpened  by
an expert.
FRANK     J.    WILMS
I'lflOl'RIETOK
GEO. W. COOPER
PLUMBING HEATING
INDIAN MOFOCYCLES
BICYCLES      DRY BATTERIES
ETC., ETC. |
WINNIPEG c/iVE NUE
CORNER OF MAIN AND FIRST STREETS
SCHEDULE, PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the List of Voters
for the Grand Forks Electoral District has been can-
called, and that Applications to be placed on the Voters
List will be received at my Office at Grand Forks, where
printed forms of Affidavit to be used in support of an Application to Vote will be supplied.
The list of persons claiming to vote will be suspended trom
and after the seventh day of April, 1913; and a Court of Revision will be held on the nineteenth day of May, 1913, and
notice of Objections to the insertion of any name on the
Register of Voters must be given to me thirty clear days before the holing of the Court of Revision.
Dated this'third day of March, 1913
' S. R. ALMOND,
Registrar of Voters for the Grand Forks Electoral District.
Eggi
Isr hatchfatf trom OA    each..a any
8 Eiklb-tlo. Stock -CUC es.,,111-
A.   D.   MORRISON
•RAND FORKS, ■• O.
wm NOTICE
in thi err at » of john Abraham
CORYBLL. DECEASED
NOTICK ID IIKRKHY i.IVKN thi on thc Wtli
.Iuy  ut M.roh.   A. D. Will, probate   ul
thc will i.f -I- lut Abraham Cot yell, deeeaif.l,
^  lain ol   thc i t' ol t.ird  fort.!, H.C.wu
"^■_^_-______«__. tttmitcd out of thf* Mliirame ' emit of Hrltl.b
GRAND "ORRS OPERA HODSB tra.ftSWUte Bo J.j&wc5?ffi
VI executrix   and   exei'Utor therein    named,
W*\^*W**^ms\m     *  both of Grantl r ork)**. it.C.
Kvery perro*\ Indebted tu tald estate la
required to make payment lorthw!th to thu
t-oid ext tutrix uud executor, and every p<*r-
ion having lu |»o*mtti>n «fleoie b-alom-lng
to t-atate Ti iequlr<_d forthwith to dellvar
■aiiioov r t'i«ai ■ KXiit-u rlx and executor.
Every ore Utoi or other paraoli > living any
olaim iM»iicr Interest In thu distribution of
tlio *>«tnt.* of the deceased Is required before
tha '41th day of April, A.D, MS, to aend hy
ri'itlsU'ri-ri letter, addressed to the under
■iKiied his im ine ami ad iress uud full
pnlMi ulnrt. oi his claim or Interest, and a
statement of his nccount. verified by statutory di'-nlurutinii, and the nature ot tha scour*
Ity Uf any) I. In by him;
Aft«r itiesald'Atbdy of April the enc-eu-
tllx nnd executor will i>ro0roa with the «d*
mini*-'r.itlim uf the estate, having 'regard
to those i lalms only of whieh they sball
then have notice. •
Dated this 1Mb day of March, a. D. int.
KWMA F. CORYKLL. Kiwutrlx,
KBANK O. C'lHYKIft.. Kxeoulor,
THB MARK Of QUAUTV
ORIGINALITY AND LOW PRICES
WE EnPLOYORtY StlUEDJUmSTS
ENGRAVINGS OF UTTER HMOS
CARDS.MOKCOVERS.BUtLnlNGS
UMUS,ADDESK_B,l__littTMTIO.,S
FOR All PURPOSES
FASHION DRAWINi
WASH DRAWINGS OF MECHAhiCM.
SUBJECTS.BIRDS EYE VEW5
RETOUCHING PHOTOGRAPHS
AND CATALOGUE PLATES OF ALL
KINDS FOR PRINTING!):
ESTABLISHED ISIS
EMILCOLSON&CO.
ARTISTS. ENGRWERS
DESIGNERS
HALFTONES.ZINC ETCHINGS
COLOR PLATES OF AU KINDS
WOOD AND WAX ENGRAVINGS
AMD ELECTROTYPES.
IC57&I69W.WASHIM6T0H5T.
CHICAGO
PLEAK MCNTKMI TIM MM*
EVERY
ERIDAY 8 SATURDAY
Moving
Pictures
KfSfeny*
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WJm	
1
At the Heac
The nun at the head of affai
whether at home or in buuneia,
the one wince attention you wi
.to attract
Our paper goes into lhe beat eta
of home, and ia read by the head
tht family.   Thai account! (or 1
remit- obtained by lhe uie
Clauified Want Ada.
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Change of Program
Bach Week
PRICES)  ADULTS 25c, CHILDREN ISc
Electric Restorer for Men
PhORDhonol reateeaa arary nerre In tha body
tlm and vitality.. Premature decny and all canal
weakneaa averted at once. Phaaphoaol will
mate yoa a new nun. Price M a boa, or two (or
Don't be misled hy false statement* ol competitors. Advertise in
The Hun, because it is read by more
people than any other paper printed
in the Boundary district. THE  SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
s)
American Co-operative System Embraces Four
At a recant meeting in North Ya
kima of tbe board of directors of
tbe North Pacific Fruit Distributors
a comprehensive, practical plap ol
marketing farm and orchard pro-
duets waa selected. ^
Of most importance among, the
directors' decisions Were these:
First, the organization will be governed by an executive committee or
commission of four men from differ
tricts; and second, the, best in existing marketing systems used by any
district wid tie followed liy the
North Pacific.
On the executive committee are:
J. H Robbins, North Yakima,
chairman; H. F. Davidson, Hood
River, treasurer; H. C. Sampson,
Spokane, secretary.and W. T. Clark,
Wenatehee, president of the board
of directors, will be a member ex
officio. On April 1 the offices will
be opened in Spokane, with Secre
tary Sampson in charge
What the co-operative organiza
tion pa s to do is explained by
Mr. Sampson as follow..:
"Fisj* of all, we will greatly reduce overhead expense, thus mak
ing a saving for tbe grower. Wbere
each separate organization now is
put to expense in gathering market
reports, involving expenditures of
from 1100 to 1600 per month* by
each, such organization in every district in Washington, Oregon, Idaho
and Montana, our plan will be tq
have tbis gathered only by tbe central organization and distributed to
all tbe sub centrals. We will have
one claims agent, an expert, for tbe
entire Pacitlc northwest, tbus elimi
listing a duplication of exoense.
"Af to marketing, when it is
stated lh»t we will employ all the
best  uf  existing systems and will
Houses and Lots
For Sale in All Parts of the City
Also Fruit Lands and Tracts suitable for
subdivision. I have a few Real Snaps left
in the boom "centre in the West End. I
sell my own property, and save you commission.
NEIL (^McCALLUM
PHONE R 117
make a comprehensive campaign to
widen markets, it will be seen readily that we have a plan that is thoroughly practicable. Thus, any district now successfully using a,certain system in a particular market
will be aided in every way in per
feeling its system, and, in addition,.
that district will be insured against
a glutting of that market with apples from the Pacific northwest.
"Ultimately we plan to present a
plan to devote one cent per box to a
'und for a national advertising campaign tbat will'''help to popularize
the apple." ' *
For Sale—New Peerless   Incubator
and Brooder; 220 eg*. Robert  Clark.
Don't forget tbat The Sun him the
best job printing depurrmeiit in the
Boundary country.
Ten Minorca Roosters, one .year
old, for sale. Apply Dick Malm,
Ruckle addition.
High-Glass
Promoter Wanted
More capital required in a growing
business returning 12.00 on every
ll 00 invested. Incorporated
for 91,000,000. $100,000 yours if
you are the right man. References required. Apply A. II. B.,
this office.
EGOS FOR SUE
Now is the time to place
your orders. We have for j
sale settings of eggs from
Buff Orpingtons, Black
Minorcas, Silver Pencilled
Wyandottes and WWte
Bocks.
HILLTOP POULTRY RANCH
J. A. McCALLUM, rroprirtor
Gra.d Forki. ftoae L 101
Feb. 28th, 1911.
EGGS AND FOWLS
THOROUGHBRED EGGS AND
FOWLS FOR SALE
Partridge Wyaopottes,
Partridge Rocks.
Blue Andalusiann.
Silver Spangled Hamburgs.
Empire Strain of Brown Leghorns
Indian Runner Ducks.     __
ROBERT CLARK wmnnipeo briose
Columbia Poultry
Yards
Single Comb Rhode Island Reds.Single
Comb White Leghorns, Houdans.
Eggs for sale, 93 and 95 for 15. Win
ner of 1st cock and 2nd hen in single
eomb Reds at the Provincial Show; 10
cups, over 70 Ist prizes and other
specials in 1912 Our birds are tested
layers as well as winners in the show
room.   A few good cockerels for sale.
T, Bowen
Box 293        Grand Ports, B. G.
SILVER
ANO
QOLOEN
Kennedy's Improved Champion Strain
THE LIVING EGG MACHINES
EGGS AND FOWLS
FOR SALE
ROBERT CLARK
NORTH OF
WINNIPEG   BRIDGE
GOD LOVE THE IRISH
The Cronins and the Donovans, the Lynches and the Burkes,
The Nolans and the Dolans, the Heehana and McOurka,
The (tomans and the Noonans, the McMullens and the Macks,
The Gormans and the Suldvans, th-. Houlihans and Stacks,
The Titnoneys and Watches, the Devi ins and the Lees,
The Cunninghams and tho Claney*, and the bold O'Shaughnessya,
The Rileys and the Hannigsn*  the Navlors and Maguire*,
The Kennedys nnd Hannafiaus, the Hansons and Dwyer*.
The Caseys and the Considines, the llrennans and the Quinns,   -
The Wiggins and the Higgins, the Barretts and the Flyniis,
The Faseys and the Macys, the Mu Man uses and Ryan*,
The Doughertys and Fi>i(ai'tys, McCormick* and O'Briens.
The Curueys and the Dnrneys, and the Harritys and Moures,
The Finnesy* and Donahues, the Hagaus ami the ('oris.
The Gallaghers and McBearlys, O'Neills and Trainers, too—
The Wholeys and the Dooieys, and the clans of Mn Atlno.
The Hasans anrl the Fagans, the Gallens and the Ui-eeiis,
The McAlcers and Murphy*, the Henley* uml the Sliean*.
The D.-iinelys and the Oiniiolvs, the Sluvin* and Rowan*.,
The Nliee.haus and McUhiuliuu*, the Ever* and McCanns,
The Cooneys and the Rooneys, the McNicliols ahd O'Toole*,
The McAvoysand Hender*ens, McCarthys and McCuols,
The liorans and the Dorans, the Gibbotiys and Fays,
The Cavins and the Gavins, the McFarland* and 0'Sheas,
The Can-oils and the Ka-rols, and the Crosaoiu and the Shinies,
The Finleys and the Ginleys, the Vitspitrick* and the Kane*,
Tho McCloskey* and the Finnertys, the Dempsey* ami the Wards,
The Kelly*and the Scullys and Ilie Sowney* and tlle Folds;
The Learys and the Harigaus, the l_eonnrds and the Lane*,
The Lafferlvs and the RarTertys, the Mismeys and Strain*,
The Hogan* and the (jrogana and the Cafiroy* and the Mmm*,
The Loneya and Mahoneys, the MeFlinns and the N'.khiv
The Moloney* and the McNamees, the Reynold* and McVeys,
The Duolana and Gilfillans, the Sorleys and the Hayes,
The Dalys and the Haley*, and the Horn in* and MuGees,
The Cans and Mains, the Dunlins, the Cnrbetts and McPhies,
The Cahills and-the Kattigans, the Mailers and McBride*,
The lloylans and the Heffernaus, the Sweeney* and the Pryde*,
The Hallahans and Callahan*, the Fahys antl McPaul*,
And all the other "harps" that once thronged Tara's stately halls
—Irving Dillon.
POTATOES &5 PER TON,	
I will sell my entUe.crop of last year's Potatoes at - $*"> j .11 you read The Sun ymi get
per ton if hauled from by root house** on my ranch in tlie;nL0Wllo|l'h«5ityr.tj1«!Jfro/Ance
West end.   Good varieties.   Splendid condition.
We
Best Newspaper
bargain in
The Boundary
Hlf? (femii lorka S-mt
and the Montreal
•9 amtljj UffraUi mi W wkhj 8>tar
and a beautiful picture, "Mother's
Treasurej;" for
L-   $1'5°- _J
-$1,500
160 Acres in
Franklin Camp
81
n*
8
2,500 000 feet of commercial
timber on the property
5500 hewn log house
North Fork runs through
the lartd
Kettle Valley Line  survey
crosses property
Deed Clear, 1875 Cah,
Balance Term
.    . For Further Partlculore Ay ply
fflThe    Sun    Office
Haw* tarn am nm*ma*m aaa
a* *M ****, m mmxt man*.
\mmwS ssast*9*** fn*W*s §9lf
the
and
the world.   It is possible for a Sun
reader to keep abreast of the times
HARVEY   HANSON'wuboullli°tti(1 oflfae<lail-v i"*i>en*
Newspaper Law
1. A postmaster is required to give
notice by letter (returning the paper
does not answer the law) when a sub
sei iher does not take hi* paper out of
the |Kifltollii-i>, and state the reason for
it* not beiti/j taken. Any neglect to
do *o makes the postmaster responsible lo the publisher for payments.
2. If any person order* hi* paper
discontinued he must pay all arrearage*, or the publisher* may continue
to send it until payments are made,
and collect the whole amount whether
the paper is taken from .the, office or
not. There can he no legal discontinuance until payment is made.
3. Any person who take* a paper
out of the post olliee, whether directed
to his name or not, or whether he hn*
Mihacrihed or ^iot, i* responsible for
the pay.
4. lf a subscriber orders his paper
stopped and the publisher continue* to
send it, the subscriber is bound to
puy for it if he takes it out of the
post office. This proceed* upon the
ground that alMn must pay for what
he uses.
5. The courts have decided, that refusing to take newiipspers or ■ .prt-indi-
wis from the post dffioe or removing,
leaving   them   uncalled lor, is prima
acie evidence of intentional fraud.
________■___________.
mmtygttm THE SUN, GRAND FORKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA
I
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Psoriasis
All Qver Body
Dootor* Said Inourable. But Now
There ie No Sign of Disease,
Thank* to Dr. Chase's
Ointment
Mde. N. Massey.
Psoriasis is one of the most dreaded
Ot Itching skin diseases. It Is a sort of
chronic eczema. The itching It causes
la almost beyond human endurance,
and doctors arc accustomed to give lt
up as Incurable.
But here Is a caae that was given
up and pronounced Incurable. Thc result proves that Or. Chase's Ointment
almost works miracles ln curing the
.worst form of   itching   skin .jdlseaee
Imaginable.   -%K-
SSS
Mra. Nettle Massey, Conseeon, Ont.,
writes:—"For live years I suffered
with what three .doctors called
psoriasis. They could not help me, and
one of them told me lf anyone offered
to guarantee a cure /or $50.00 to keep
my money, as I could not be cured.
The disease spread all over me, even
on my face nnd head, and the Itching
and burning was hard to bear. I used
eight boxes of Dr. Chase's Ointment,
and I am glad to say I am entirely
cured, not a sign of a sore to be seen.
I can hardly praise this ointment
enough."
The soothing, healing Influence of
Dr. Chase's Ointment Is truly wonderful. Eczema, salt rheum, barber's
Itch, ringworm and scores of such torturing ailments aro relieved nt once
and as certainly cured it the Ointment
is used persistently. Mothers find Dr.
Chase's Ointment Invaluable Jn preventing and curing the skin troubles
of babies, such as chafing, Irritations
of the skin and bnby eczema.
Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a
box. All dealers, or Edmanson, Dates
ft Co., Limited, Toronto.
A liar Is often much more amusing than a truth teller.
the em
WINNIPEG,
GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.
CALGARY
■XBOUTIVf*.
T. A. Crerar, B. J. Fream, John Kennedy, William Id-Oat.
Manitoba—T. A. Crerar John Kennedy. Wm. Moffat. R.
Ijaogtey, J, A. Maharg, T. W, Green. J. " ■   *
..,_.. ,._,+... _.
MpXcaris.   tackatchewan  Oee.
{jwsley. J. A. Maharg, P. W, Qreen. J. Morrison.   Alberta—B. J. 'Fream.
if you consign your grab to as ll will bs lacked after In the best possible manner
To better tea condition of tbe farmer aad eut out the spread between the producer and Uu.
consumer.
I Slave
PILES CURED  IN  6 TO  14 OAVS
Your druggist will refund money >t
PAZO OINTMENT (alls to out* ar/
caso ot Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 d»ys. fOe.
GALL STONES
Kidney Stones and Orsvel are quick*
ly expelled from tbe system by tke
uw ot
SANOL
whieh hu been a signal susmss
thrcughout Canada aa a complete
cure of Kidney Trouble and all Orlo
Acid Dlaeaaes. W. will aend lettera
telling of many curea to all wbo will
wiite ua. ..
Price tl GO Per Bottle at all Leadlaf
Druggists.
THE SANOL  MFG.  CO., LT9.
WINNIPEG. MANITOBA
Your
dealer pays
more for this
flour than for
any other, but
he's satisfied
WHICH DO YOU PREFER?
MADAM
DO YOU  REALIZE?
WHAT SCIENCE HAS DONE FOR YOU    i[?
DO YMRfcALIZE SCIENCE WORKS WHILE YOU SLEEP j
IT HAS BANISHED WASHDAY DRUDGERY FOR YOU
IT HAS PRODUCED THE MARVELOUS
I. X. L.
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DRUDGERY price $3.50 EASE
That Washes Anything and Everything from a Horse-blanket and
Overalls to the Finest Laces Absolutely  Perfect   Without  Injury
Washes a FuU Tub of Clothes in 3 Minutes, No Rubbing COUPON $
whatever Required, Consequently No Friction or Wear and
Tear—Your Clothes will wear 3 Times as Long
BELOW
SAVES
YOU
13
You Can Wash a Full Tub ot Clothes As Quickly and
Perfectly as you Can a Single Garment
ItOU CAN ALSO DO ALL YOUR DRY CLEANING   WITH IT-A SAVING OF MANY
DOLLARS TO YOU
All Accomplished With no Severe Exertion Whatever-JOIN THE ARMY OF DELIGHTED HOUSEWIVES
TODAY.   You Take No Risk
Delivered to You All Charge; Pre-Paid Under a
Money Back Guarantee
Thousands Now in Use and
MILLIONS   WILL   BE
DEPARTMENT COUPON
Preiicnt or mall thia Coupon and ft. 50 to Dominion Utllltlea Mf_r. Co.,
Ltd., 482.4 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man... and >xu will receive one
I.X.L.  VACUUM WASHER.
All charges prepaid anywhere In Canada on condition that your money
la 10 be refunded l( the Waaher doea not do all that la claimed.
f.xrxxr, IS, llll
NAME	
ADDRESS	
PROVINCE	
SHE USED ONLY
THE NATURAL CURE
HOW NOVA SCOTIA WOMAN WA8
RELIEVED OP HE-R HEART
DISEASE
to do
so in order
to sell you
o the best-
PURITY
FLOUR
More Bread
and Better
Bread
w. N. U. 937
Made her Kidneys right with Dodd's
Kidney Pills and all her troubles
vanished speedily and completely.
EM Creek,.Cumberland Co., N.S.—
Suffering .rum Female, Kidney and
Heart Trouble, tio run down, nervous
and depressed thnt all the brightness
had gone out of har life, and never
expecting to be a healthy woman
again, Mrs. J. \V. 1-eudbetter of this
place tried Dodd's Kidney Pills, and Is
once more In the best of health. Her
simple statement Is the bust evidence
that no case of Kidney disease ls so
had lhat Dodd's Kidney Pills will not
cure It.
"I was treated by five doctors," Mrs.
I.cadbettcr siuto-.i. "Four of them
did me no good. The fifth operated
on mo and that gave me relict for a
tlmo. I had Female, Kidney and
Heart trouble. I was .so nervous
and nm down tha.*. my friends did not
think I would ever get better.
"An advertisement led mo to use
Dodd's Kidney Pills and I found ln
tliem a cure for all my troubles. I
cannot praise Dodd's Kidney Pills too
highly."
Female Trouble and Heart Disease
are caused hy Kidney Disease. The
natural way to cure tliem is to cure
tlie Kidneys by using Dodd's Kidney
Pills.
Gertie—I wish you to know that 1
don't stand on trifles.
Helen (glancing nt her feet)—No.
dear; 1 see you don't,
It Testifies for Itself.—Dr. Thomas*
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powers other Ulan Itself. Whoever
tries It for coughs or cplds, for cut!
or contusions, for sprains or burns,
for pains in the limbs or body, well
know that the medicine proves itself
and needs no gilarahlee. TJjJj shows
why this Oil la ln general use.
Ask us for
Jimbook
itis
Jree.
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ION CRETE watering-troughs and
feeding-floors help to keep your
live-stock healthy.
HORSES and rattle watered from a concrete
trough are less likely lo contract diseate.
Concrete is unitary, easily cleaned — <!oei not
rot or leak. Once built, a concrete watering-
trough will lait forever. Vou need never
watte lime "patching it up." kike al
cimcrele improvements, its fust con it iu final
cost.
MANY di_ei.es of hoga are directly due te
feeding from tht filthy, unwholesome mud
pi Ihe bam-yard. Thia manner ol feeding ii alto
wasteful, because the grain is trampled into tha
ground, in auch a condition tliat not evens hog will
eat it. Concrete fceding-floors, with concrete swill-
troughs are clean, sanitary. They keep hogs la
belter health snd ssve feed.
ATF.RINti-TROUGHS and feeding-floors are only two ol Korea ol valuable, «ery-dar
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Herald BuUdi.i, Montreal
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tswm THE SUN, GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
0
The Mystery
Lady '
She Contrived i.  Carry
Out a Hidden Scheme
By   EDITH   CONNERS
1 I nm a dealer ln secondhand books.
1 buy those that nre sold out when
families break up tbelr homes and In
tbla way secure from time to time vol
times that I know to be rare, tbougb
tbe seller often Is Ignorant ot the fact.
Nevertheless 1 am free to say that 1
don't take advantage ot their Ignorance, but pay tliem a fair price for
the gooda. Theae rarities I keep and
now bare a collection tbat la becoming every day more and more valuable.
One day n young womnn came Into my
•tore and began looking over my stock.
Bhe attracted me at once by her appearance, ber gentle manner, ber soft
feminine voice and traces lo ber countenance ot some great grief. Bhe took
down from the shelves different books,
most of tbem on religious subjects. 1
left ber to examine tbem according to
her own sweet will, but sbe was so attractive to mo tbat 1 could scarcely
keep my eyes off her. Bhe seemed ^
-■•much interested tn tbe binding as In
the other parts. I noticed that ln tbe
case of several of tbe books she looked
over she slipped ber thumb and Angers
over the cover aa If to gauge Its thick-
ness or smoothness, 1 couldn't tell
which.
' Bhe laid out Ave books separate from
the rest, all on religious subjects, and
asked me tbe price ot the lot 1 figured
It up, and she paid me without any effort to Induce me to tnke less, but stipulated tbat ahe sbould be permitted to
bring any of tbem back within a week
tii ba exchanged tor such others aa
aha might select I agreed to this, and
aha went awny.
I suppose a hundred parsons ulgbt
hsve come Into my shop- at different
limes and looked. Into my slock wltb
out attracting any especial notice from
me, but tbls person excited an interest
that 1 was unable to account for. I
presume It was ber engaging presence.
At any rate. I could not get ber out ot
tny mind. Possibly lt was because 1
bad met one capable of kindling In me
that Inexplicable feeling wbich Indicates tbe dawn of love. Be atl this as
It may, 1 hoped that sbe would bring
some ot tba books bsck for exchange
tbat I might see her again.
My hope was realised. On the sixth
dsy after her first appearance she came
again, bringing back n book printed ln
1845 and bound wltb all tba clumsiness
of that period. The covers were abov I
a quarter of an Inch thick. The title
•was "Christian Advice to Young Men.
I remembered her bavlng slipped het
Angers over tbe covers of tbe books
and ber return of this one Indicate!
that If she was buying tbe books for
the binding sbe did not care for a
thick cover. 1 made some attempt to
engage ber In conversation about ber
purpose in buying tbe books, bot did
not succeed In eliciting anything. On
any otber subject she conversed wltb
mo freely, and wben I got her Interested that sad look faded, to be replaced
by an entirely different expression. 1
gave her another book In place ot tba
one aha brought back and replaced the
ono ahe returned on tha shelves. II
abe went awny unconvinced ot my
kindly feeling for- ber It was not my
fault, for 1 showed ber as plainly as I
could that 1 liked her.
.What It was that Induced me, after
■ she bad gone, to tako tbe book she bad
returned from its shelf and look It over
I don't know, unless lt was the same
feeling thut Induces a man to handle
something that hss been held by a
woman for whom hs has been Inspired
with special tenderness. At any rale,
I- ran over the pages and on a lower
comer ot pago 100 noticed a singular
mark. It mlgbt or mlgbt not be a monogram; It looked more like n snake tbat
bud tied Itself up In an untlesble knot
tban anything else, 1 bad no reason to
suppofo that ibe young woman whs
bad taken tt away and returned It had
placed it there, but I was unable to divest my mind of tbe Impression that
ahe bad. Somehow tbo Idea was growing upon me that there was a mystery
connected wltb her of wbich ber book
buying was a part 1 put tbo volume
back on the shelf wltb a feeling of regret that there waa no reason to suppose I should see her again or aver
know her secret-that Is, if there was
a secret
A week, possibly a fortnight, elapsed
when an elderly womau enme tn who
represented herself as purchasing agent
for a benevolent society wbose object
was to furnish books for ail persons
needing them, especially religions literature, presenting her credentials,
which were genuine. Bbe ransacked
my shelves for wholesome books Intended, for persons of no great educa
non. xne osiy volume ane asked for
was "Christian Advice to Toung Men,"
saying tbat lt had been recommended
to her tor the use of the society sbe
represented. 1 took lt down for her,
and. without examining lt at all, sbo
placed It among tbe books sho set
apart to purchase. Finally sbe directed me to send tbe lot to the rooms of
the society she represented.
This purchase of the book tbat had
been returned by the young woman
completely obliterated any fancies 1
hnd conjured up with regard to Its connection with a mystery.   Bad It been
baiieht bv a snsnlclona net-son. had
tout person been seen to look tor the
snskellke mark tn lt, those fancies
might hnve gono on multiplying, but
since lt bad been purchased ln an ordinary way I was bound to admit to myself that they were without any foundation whatever. From that time ou
1 dismissed thorn from my mlud. But
I did not banish from my nilnil the
young womnn wbo bad Impressed me.
That sad face of hers, those Madonna-
like eyes and, above all, the transition
in ber tinder my effort to Induce ber to
throw off what troubled ber were ever
present wltb me.
Within a few days after the visit of
the purchasing agent, who sbould come
tn but the youug woman wbo is the
subject of tbls story. Bbe said that
after all she had concluded to take the
volume called "Christian Advice to
Young Men." When I told her that lt
bad been sold a scared look, or a disappointed look, I could not tell whicb,
passed over her face. But wben 1 Informed ber who bad bought It, though
she endeavored to concent a look of relief or pleasure, she did not succeed.
Then I knew that tbe book waa connected In some way wltb tbe mystery
which Interested me. Sho was leaving
my store wben I caught at a method ot
finding out more about her. I asked
her for ber name and address, telling
ber that I wished lt that I might mall
ber my book circulars, Bbe hesitated,
as tbough she did not wish" to give
tbem, but finally .did so. I lost no time
In walking past the number ahe gave
and found the space occupied by a livery stable. Bhs had given me a wrong
address.
It ls needless to ssy that this deep
ened my Interest ln ber.-
Borne time passed before I saw anything more ot "my mystery." as 1 now
began to call ber. Then one day she !
came In, and tbe moment I saw her I
knew that there had been a great
cbange ln ber. Tbe sad expression
had left her face and had been replaced by one tbat I could only Interpret
as a newly acquired hope. Sbe pretended tbat sbe cam* in to look for
mora books, but t could see by (he way
sbe picked tbem up and Immediately
laid tbem down that she was not Interested tn them. I determined on a
bold stroke.
"Tou don't wish to buy any books
today," I aaid. "Tou hare come in
bere with an entirely different object
Yoa bave been using my stock for
iome especla; puriiose. Tbst purpose
bas been either successful or partially
so. Yon bare known from the first
tbat you bave bad my sympathy. Assured ot this, It hss been bard for you
not to trust me. Something bas occurred that you wish to tell me, but
you bare not quite made up your mind
to give me your confidence. Do so,
and I promise you tbut you will uot
lepent tbe act"
"How in tbe world did yon ever divine that?" sbe asked, wltb mingled
surprise and pleasure in her expression.
"A little bird told me."
"There Is no reason why t should
not now explain everything. I would
bave been a fool before this to trust
sny one. This Is the story: My father
bas suffered a great wrong. He wna a
bookkeeper and cashier for a mercantile firm. Certain funds were eiubez-
tied by a member ot tbe firm who contrived to cover up bis tracks by manufacturing certain evidence against
my father, wbo was arrested, tried,
convicted and sentenced to state prison
for twenty years.
"Our only hope was to enable him
to escape, snd 1 took thnt work upon
myself. 1 wus permitted to visit him
In prison, and he told uie that he had
laid out a plan by wblcb be might regain bis liberty, but It required a saw
wltb which to remove steel bars. 1 attempted to smuggle one In to him, but
was detected. Since then I havo never
bcen permitted to visit hiin without
some one watching me whllo near
him. But I communicated with blm
through others. When I curried the
books away wilh me from your store
1 took one, 'Christian Advice to Young
Men,' with very thick covers. Then I
removed enough of tbe Interior of tbe
covers to enable me to iuscrt several
thin steel saw?."
"Ab;" I exclaimed. "1 see It alii But
go ou witb your story." -
"1 dare not be Implicated In sending
the book to-jy father, so 1 learned of
a society organized to furnish rending
matter to prisoners nnd got a friend
to recommend It and tell where A copy
could be bought Before returning the
volume to you I placed In It a mark
on tho one hundredth page which my
father hsd been Instructed to look for
to designate a book with aawa io tbe
eover."
-Again t seer* i resjisrxea
"Well, to shorten a long story, my
father obtained the saws, eut the ban
of his cell and escaped. Ba hu gone
wbere he Is not likely to be found. One
tblng hla jailers found to let them
know how he got his tools—'Christian
Advice to Young Men,' from the covers ot which the saws had been taken."
Thus ends the first and by far the
most Important chapter of my story.
The second bas to do with something
different from tbe subject matter ot
the first I helped tbe book buyer to
gain evidence tbat finally convicted tbe
man of the crime for which ber father
wns sent to prison, and tbe latter returned from biding to appear again in
hts accustomed haunts. His daughter
has long been my wife and says that
from Die first she felt that It I discovered anything; wrong'In tha book sbe
connived to send from my store to tbe
prison 1 would never give ber away.
In this she was right, but lt Is to be
remarked that 1 Hid not have an opportunity to expose her. The volume
with the saws concealed ln its cover
was on my shelf for a number of dnys,
hut I knew nothing ot tbelr yrc»3nce
ilis-ii
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Grsatnssa.
A great man's greatness ts
shown by his willingness to go
bnck and start again wben he
finds Hint he hus been bended in
the wrong direction. - Chicago
Record-Herald.
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Up Against ths Bars.     -~r
Old King Cole waa a merry old aout,
A merry old coul waa he.
He called for his pipe, and ha called tet
his bowl.
And he called far his Miller a three.
But only two of the fiddlers came.
Tha third, they aaid. was barred
From earning his living thenceforth because
He carried no union card.
Nor come the pipe with Ita fragrant waed
Kor tha bowl wilh lia golden brew,
For all auch things had been driven from
court
By the W. C. T. U.
—New York Evening Poet
Her Prospectus.
Promoter's Little Daughter—Mamma,
! I tblnk they'll send us a baby now
I tbat we've moved over on this new
atreet
Mamma—How so, my dear?
Promoter's Utile Daughter-Well,
I I've prospected tbe territory, and
j they've struck babies on all sides ot
1 us.-Judge.
Helping Ella.
I know not whence 1 came,
I know not whither 1 (0,
But Ihe fact standa clear lhat t am hen
In tbla world of pleasure and woe.
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
One night we heard a man
Exclaim Jun like thai poms.
And a aober friend aaid, "Oh, let's aend
Thia talkative peraon borne!"
-New Tork Mall
*\ Intangible Fortunes,
"You say you lost a fortune in Wall
atreet?"
"Yes," replied tho philosophic person. "But It's the same fortune my
broker told mc 1 hnd made tlle week
previous, so I don't know tbat 1 ought
to feel any different from wbat 1 did
before."-\Vnshlogton Slar.
WhstI
Bing a eons of gasoline,
Bottles full nf rye,
Four and twenty chauffeurs
Traveling trelly high.
When the court waa opened
And all the fines were read
I really wonder what ll waa
The happy ownera aaid.
-Satire,
LEGEND OF ALUMINUM.
Story Told by Pliny of Tiberiua and a
Metal Worker.
If a certain incident in Roman history, as related by Pliny, be given
lull credence, then it would seem that
aluminium was derived by means ti
a secret process long before our time.
The story is this: During the reign
of Tiberius there one day appeared
at the emperor's palace a worker in
metals who displayed a magnificent
cup made of a brilliant white metal
that shone like silver. In presenting
it to Tib.-rius the artificer purposely
dropped it. The piece was so bruised
hy the fall that it seemed hopelessly
ruined, but the metal worker took hist
hammer, and In the presence of the'
court quickly repaired the damage.
It was thus evident to all that tlie
metal was not silver, though it pre-
sented an appearance as brilliant aa
that metal. Besides, it was more durable and much lighter.
The emperor, so Pliny relates, interrogated tho metal worker, from
whom it waa learned that tho mysterious metal had been extracted from
an argillaceous earth, in all probability the clay known to modern chemists as alumina. Tiberius then asked
whether any one but the metal worker
knew ot tlie process and received the
reply that the secret was known only
to tha worker and Jupiter.
The answer was unfortunate, for,
reasoned the emperor, if it were possible to obtain such a metal from so
common a substance as clay, would
not the value of gold and silver be
reduced? Tiberius, it would seem,
was determined to avert such a catastrophe, for he commanded the workshops ol the discoverer of the new
metal to be destroyed and the luckless man himself to be decapitated,
so that the secret might di) with him.
Did the cruelty ol Tiberius deprive
the world for centuries tl the use oi
the metal aluminium?
Sheep For the Farmer.
What a farmer Intends to do with
the lambs and tbe "character of his,
land should be the determining factor
In deckling whicb will be the best
breed for blm. The man who thinks
that all the exelleneles are done up In
the particular breed he owns or fancies
Is cither very Ignorant or bigoted. It
a man has rough land and plenty of
pasture It Is probable tbat tbe Delaine
Merino type will serve him best. It
ts well adapted for buatling for food,
ean stand exposure, is a good mother,
and, wbile tbe lambs 'will -not bring
quite so mucb as will tbose from tbt
strictly mutton breeds, they will shear
from one-tblrd to one-balf more wool.
If a man bas rich pasture lauds, abundance of good food and will give adequate shelter and care and summer or
fall mutton lambs are tbe chief tblngs,
tben one of the Downs, lf he does
not care to pasture many sheep, bas
comfortable bnrns and will feed liberally for about three months and therefore would like to grow market winter
lambs, tben by all meaus the Tunis or
Dorset or grades of either, with a pure
bred ram. Or one may use tbe largo
bodied fine wool ewes, with a Down
ram. All ot these ewes will breed
much earlier than will the Downs.-
Kdwsrd Tan Alstyae In Rural Ne»
Yorker.    .
The Word "Scat."
It seems to be generally understood
thot there is no word ol ita letters
that can be said quicker than "scat."
But just how long it takes to pronounce it is a question lor modern
experimental psychology.
II you wero a student in the psychological laboratory at a university
yeu could determine thot. The chrono-
scope, an Instrument which measures
•NEW MILLINERY.
Pert Arrangement ef
Plumes Are Favored.
-meet
TBITBL.Ha BIT OF BLUB HI1IF.
This charming little traveling but,
designed for wear with a trousseau,
suit of blue cloth, is of blue hemp, the
brim being Blashcd and tied bnck with
ribbon of the same shade. The French
plumes are gracefully arranged at the
back of the bat ), -_.■
Net For Tired Buaineia Men.
"Uow did you 11.(0 the scrmou this
morning?"
"It wus too heavy. Our minister
seems to forget Hint he ts preaching to
tired bushiest men who hnveii't the
time or lin-llnntloii to follow a plot"—
Detroit Pree Press.
Springtime In the Heme.    "*"' .
A toucb of springtime In tbe living
room may bo had by a simple cbange
In the window draperies, substituting
some light (lowered summery fabrics'
far tbe winter ones wblcb hsve grown
dingy.
The color scheme of tbe curtains may
be changed and perhaps a different
tone in the wall paper brought out
thereby.
Tbe wide assortment of beautiful linen and cottoa curtain fabrics now to
be fonnd in thc shops offers many bints
by which tbis change muy be brought
about
Cretonnes wllb tbe black and rich
dark backgrounds are suitable for living and dining room decorations, nml,
too, they do uot show the soil so quickly ns do tbe lighter grounds. y
Scrims and nets in wklte, cream,
tans and ccrus are particularly well
adapted for tbe window hangings.
If tiie wall papers nre flowered then
select a plain material and stencil a
border In two tones of the paper coloring, but if tbey are plain Dowered effects are very desirable for hangings.
Paint wllb lis saving grace will give
a brand new appearance to tbe wicker
furnishings, and Ihe window boxes
and flowerpots mny be made to lend a
striking bit of charm nnd freshness to
the rooms If treated to a dress of new,
paint In bright green or red.
If the housekeeper will observe some
of tbese little Ideas before the spring
days actually arrive sbo will tind thut
she bas struck a happy tune for tba
tired creatures ln ber home for whose
welfare sbe is ever most solicitous.
A Bear Livelihood.
Onr flutters lived on native game
l.'nlll It iln-1 ihem, so tney claim,
I've nflfn lieoiO my uncle any
He iliitf.l on bruin thrice & day.
He vrmlril of lhe bill of fure,
Tor lie had got Ida fill of bear.
-Kausae Cily Stan
Ne Bluff.
"Father seems impressed with yonr
talk about coupons," said the gtrL
"Have you rrolly nny?"
"Burr." answered the guileful youth.
"Got It'Al saved up toward the furniture for our liitle flat"-l_onli>Tllle
Courier Jouitiul.
What <om* Women Pay Fer Aigreta.
Many women object to the wearing
of algrets on sccount of. tbe cruelty
scope, an N»u»Nfl..,   entailed In their production, but tbere
time in thousandths of a second, tells   are  other   moiidalnes   who not only
the time exactly.   Still, a quick ton-j give fabulous prices for these adora-
gii'.-'l man could probably read a hook j
through while a stuttering man saidji
"scat."    Furthermore,  to  know  how;
long it takes to sny "scat" is uot soj
very important anyhow.
Vouched Fer.
Here's a conversation we actually
overheard:
.   "Hello, Jim'.   How are you?   Pine,
. Row's yonr old friend Janice?"
■   "Doing nicely,   lie's gone ln for a
course lu health culture."
"That so?  Well, he can st.-ind It Tie i
always did have a mngalllcciit coostl-
- tutlun."-Clevvlnnil Plain Dealer.
Omar Overlooked This Idas.
The ancient Mcdca mul Persians had (hall
ISWS,
And history with Ita aletiitea overawes.
Ilul woman Inis.'i law lhal'a all supreme,
And  all  her law  la In ona woid-"H»-
cause."
-Cincinnati Enquirer.
Dirds as Oenefeclere.
Bill—Vou know aome birds built a
nest In my neighbor's phonograph
trumpet, so the thing couldn't go.
Jill—Well. Ibat shows wo should always be kind to tho birds and encourage tbem to como iirouud.-Yonl.ei-s
Statesman.
\ Two In the Rain.
Tou'll be convinced when you've takes
her home
Acd are tonkins wt through nnd through
An umbrella Is a shelter fer one,
But a tlio wer bath for two.
—lflSW Xctr's St,*,
A Logical Deduction.
Father-How old  are yuu,
Can yuu tell tbe lady?
Bitrali-I am four years old.
Father-., lieu will you be live?
you know?
Sarah-1 don't know; when I'm
through belug foui, t s'puse.-Naiioual
Monthly.
Snrahl
ue
Expert Teitimony.
"I dou't sec why you women al trays
wnnt 0 bouse full of closets," return k-
ed Crabshaw lo Ills wife.
*'I know, tind," replied llllle Johnnie,
speaking up. "It's so ihey can always
have a new plnce to hide tbe Jaoi."-
Kcn tork Times
JKWSt.XD AIOUKTS. ,
mcnta. but add to the expense by having the algrets threaded with pearls
of great value.
In the cut nre algrets worn ln the
hnlr by wealthy society women that
have cost their owners J".l)0 and (600
respectively.
Nine Texts en a Spring Suit.
"Every womnn who buys s spring
suit must pny at least nine separata
taxes on It," said Mrs. W. I.. flatten-
burg, a prominent Kansas City clubwoman, addressing the Athenaeum ta.
eeotlr. THE   SUN,   GBAND   FORKS,   B. C.
WHY NOT
Give ycinr Harness a
good shine? Wear
Longer—Look Better.
Eureka Harness Oil
Oiling arid polishing at
one operation. .Quart
and pint tins.    "
Golden-Crown
Per quart ... .60c
Bennet's Metal Polish
Per quart  .50c
Per pint  ,25c
I—"^
I   Hardware
C-—~
Harness Dressing
in pint tins. For giving
the harness a good'appearance' this is unsurpassed.
Harness Oil
Per pint '.. .. 35c
Harness Soap
.   Per cake 33c
W. K. G. MANLY
Paints
A. S. McKilh's groceiy store has
been enlarged by the tearing out of
the partition between it and tbe room
lately occupied by the Boundary
Trust & Investment company, thereby doubling tbe size.
NtWS OF THE CITY IN BRIEF
The iibw addition to the. public
school building hns been finished,
and three uut uf the futir riiimiK will
he opened up next Monday. Mian
McKenzie, late of the staff of in-
struotors uf tbe Nelson schools, hae
been engaged as one of the teachers.
During the past month tbere has
been an increase in attendance at tbe
public school of forty five pupils
over January.
The rink from the Grand Forks
Curling _ association, composed of
Messrs. Gregory, McKim, Mclniie*
and Massie, returned on Munday
from Vancouver, where the mem
ber* participated in the annual bun
spiel of the Vancouver Curlinj.
club. Tbey won second prize in
tbe grand challenge contest, and
eacb man returned home with a
beautiful pipe case and two high-
grade briar pipes Tbere were sixty-
five rinks at tbe bonspiel.
The free entertainment in the
opera house on Tuesday evening
was decidedly of the jack frost variety. Nearly all of tbe local-talent
artists had cancelled their engagements. If Monday's Spokane
Chronicle had reached here a day
sooner, it is quite probable that the
audience would have remained at
home.
The show in the opera house last
Saturday night via. not very well
attrnded. The pnrtormance con
-listed of a few tricks that used to
prove mystifying to our grandparents.
A man in the North Fork addition, over whose foolish action Tht
Sun draws a charitable veil, at
tempted suicide Inst Monday In
shooting himself through the head
and the heart. He was removed to
the Cottage hospital for medical a'-
tention, Wilh twu bullets in hig
body, the chance* t*}: hip., jpcoyery
are saitl to b* good. '       *.;   ■
. Arnold Carter returned on Wed
net-day from a month's vacation trip
to southern Californi-t. '■••
moiiia. The remains were shipped
to the former home of the deceased
in Michigan.
There was an eclipse of the moon
Inst week The Grand Forks Sun
hns never been eclipse I.
Wim'eil—Sjtiiation as stenographer or bookkeeper; 1 year's experience. Apply H. B, P., Sun
office.       ,
Thomas MacDow hae opened a
French dry cleaning, pressing
repairing shiip in Blome's old
stand ou Bridge street.
II lhe people could be convinced
that nothing worth accepting is ab-
"olutely free in this world, they
wouldn't be humbugged so often.
J D Honsberger returned to Nelson on Tuesday.
Announcement
I wish to announce to the people
ofGrand Forks and surrounding district that I have engaged the eer
vices of J. Maugham, a practical
heating engineer. Mr. V aligns mi
has many high recommendations,
having had fifteen years' experience.
He has been with the hest firms in
eome of the largest cities in Montana,
Idaho and Washington. We will
he glad to call and figure on your
heating plant.    Estimates free.
Geo. W. Cooper.
Take your repairs to Armson'B
Boot and Shoe .Hospital, Bridge
street, Grand Forks.
Don't forget that The Sun has the
hest joh printing depan-ment in the
Boundary country.
The Sun joh office is overstocked
with some sizes of billheads. Call
and get a h-irguin.
Mining Stock Quotations
Spokanb, March 27.—The follow
Ing are todays opening limitations for
the stocks mentioned:
Bid. Askiid
Granby Consolidated. 6.1.50 75.00
B. C.' Copper       3 75     4 50
HANSEN SCO|
CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER
WOOD AND COAL DEALERS
SND GENERAL TEAMING
Orrirat
F. Downey's Cigar Store
rsLErnosicsi
Htama. Kbsidiscs. B88 """ Sh88I \
THE
WILSON'S REMEDY
EFFICIENT IN
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA,
CATARRH. GRIPPE, STUBBORN COUGHS, tTC.
From a Min hi ter Id New Tork: "I wai
"(.pverely IU wltb lung trouble. My ntten*
"tion was directed to the Wilson Remedy
"which I used with splcudld effect"
From a lady In Mlchlnu: "1 used yoar
"medicine flrst 43 or 44 years ago and It
"saved tne from ending my days with consumption. Tliere would be no use of so
"many people dying with consumption tf
"they could be persuaded to try Wilson's
"Remedy."
If yoa nre suffering from ANT long or
tbroat trouble lt Is your duty to investigate. Send for free full Information to.
WIIM*» Remedy, Wcstweed. N. J.
LONDON DIRECTORY
(I'nbltshed Annually)
KiiaMeii traders throughout the world to
eominuuloate direct with Ktiflluh
M ANUFACTUREKS J* DEALERS
Iii each olass of ffoodK. Resides being a com
pl(.t« commercial Kiiltte to London and It
suburbs, (the directory contains Hats of
EXPORT MERCHANTS
with the -tioodi they ship, and the <'oloiii.il
and Foreign Markets they supply;
STEAMSHIP MNEB
arranged mfder the Ports to which they -tall,
and tori-eating th« approximate Sufl'tig*.
PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES
of leading Mamifacttirt'i-n, Merchants, etc., ln
the principal provincial towns and Industrial
centre*of the United Kingdom.
A copy of tbe current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal
Order for 20S.
Dealers seeking Ag«tjolen can advertise
their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from £3,
THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.,
25, Ahohurch Lane. London, F..C.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
PHONE    L14
Dry four-foot Fir and Tamarac.   Cedar and -
Tamarac Posts.   Prompt attention to phone orders.
A. GALLOWAY. JK, COLUMBIA P. P.
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, Mweh 27.—Silver 61},
standard copper, $15.00^15.50;
Weak.
London, MaJch 27.—Silver, 28J;
lead, £16 10s.
Grand Forks Transfer
PHONB IN
COAL, WOOD, OIL, CEMENT
DRAYING OF ALL KINDS
Trunks to and From Stations
Mclntyre   8 Clayton, Props.
ST. JOSEPH'S BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL
Located in the central part of the city
of Nelson, offers every facility for ii
solid education in English, uiiiniiiei'i-ial
and music branches. Kinliroidery,plain
aud fancy needlework and singing are
given special attention. The commercial course includes stenography, typewriting, bookkeeping and commercial
practice. Pupils prepared for examinations of the Associated Boards of the
Loudon Hoyal Academy and Koyal
College of Music.
Printing
We are prepared to do
all kinds of
Commercial Printing $|d°W« Cigar Store
Andrew Haigh, an employee nl
of the W.-etern Pine Lumber eom-
pany's sawmill on Smelter like,
died at tbe Cottage hospital on Mmi
day   after   a short illness of .pneu
1ST. CHAS. bAOEE SATS
Ha. C. A. ABBOTT, Aujtut it, .«.
••AnnSt., New York City.
Dur Sir; I li.v_ known for over sts jexn ot let
•.fatso. Wi.H.n'.Kenirdv [Wllwn'l Pl-PnlllS.
«• HmophosplittM wid Biw-Krttll in cum ol nni.
■ottry trouble.. At this point I will xi- to yoa
what you have nnt before known of-. thit 4. ytara
■ince, while 1 wai a mirlent of N.Y. City, I wna
■evenly 111 with lung trouli!.. Phyiiciani teid I WM
•CMUunptlve uid my family phyiician told my wife
that he thmirht I eeulet ml recener. My attention
WM directed tn the Wilson Remedy, which 1 Med
with apleodid effect. I have been on ay feet and at
wotheveraiuce ml erne.   You re truly, '
W_V.CIIAS.SA.GER.,
II. I.CMrch, llunlcr, (Ore.neCo.,) N.Y. '
On Dee t, 1911, Mr. Sneer wrote'Mr. Abbott;
"My health ii very gfl.u.|.'r
If yoa will vriie'Mr. Abbott he
will glailly fin-iii 1: you auy farther
information v\,-.i deme.
W. F. ROBINSON
GENERAL TRANSFER WORK
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
petent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
WOOD  AND ICE
OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE
PHONF 64        BRAND FORKS, B. C.
SuitS   tO   Order   S18   Upwards
1 We are 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.
Oar Spring and Summer 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 Bee our goods and prices. We
want your trade, and we can give you satisfaction.
Geo. E. Massie, the  Reliable Tailor
WE PRINT
Billhead*, nnd Statements,
I_ulterhesds and Envelopes,
Posters, Oaten and Dodgem,
Business nnd Visiting Curds,
Lodge Constitutions and Ity laws.
Shipping Tags, Circulars anil Plm-srils,
Bills of   Pare and  Menu   Cards,
Announcements   and Counter
I'ntls.   Wedding  Stationery.
Everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
_nnnn ppiiMTiMfi—t,,<! Un,i *e ('°—,n ■"itHe"
V.1VVH/ l IVIL! 1IL1VI »„ advertisement, and a trial
order will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of the but. Let ua estimate on vour ordor.
We guarantee satisfaction.
4jjg
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMING
Furniture Made to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds
Upholstering Neatly Done.
KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEOlT
WINNIPBG AVIUM
A rol_.-l.KTK STOCK or
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A FriHli dofitl|{timft|ll 01
Confectionery^
kereivml Wc, kiy.
Postoffice   Building
Palace Barber Shop
Kamr f'Mii'itvftSp«oi*£y
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door Noitrii or Ukahiiy Hotki..
Fikst Stiikkt.
oven eo VLAnr
TimdcMarm
DtSIOM
Cmwughts Ae.
mm -J5S. ^**BJtfir
7t*u,*o*i*s* pex-Md.  SoM *7
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
AMli«bUFreQClin»ul«lor!B«»erUlli. Thoe
pilla an onwdlaf It powtrlul la reguUtlw tht
OMntln portion ol flu InatU %-xlvs,. - RmM
■Uchmp ImlUtloM. Dr.d* Wi *r* told at

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