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Eleventh Year---No. rfx'b
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. January 23, 1912.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
date methods of education.    Whnt
ntx.ut this!
The fathers and mothers of Grand
___  : Forks should know just whnt we are
up against.   1   make  no individual
Although Warm EnOVUjh f(Jrjobargfe against an^r one.    We are all i
to lilnini' for these conditions.  They
should not he tolerated for one dny.
Poultrymen give their stock fresh
water once a day. Yet our children
can go for a whole month-—seven
hours a day—euting their iinoii
lunches with snow and ice liquid refreshments.
Our trustees say they cannot get
uuy money tn better the present conditions. It will he this way jnst aB
long as we are indifferent to the
welfare . of our children and our
What about it? Other cities can
get appropriations for. necessnry
school accommodations. Wby not
Grand Forks?
How long do we intend to be   in
liferent? Geo. T. Mom.
Till ICE (Mlil;
Straw Hats, It Was a
-   Success
Costumes   Were Beautiful.
Large Crowd of Spectators Present
Bears in the North F ork District Have Emerged From
Winter Quarters
The annual masquerade carnival
at the sknting link on Wednesday
night was a grand success, in spile
of the mild weather. Thc attendance of spectators was quite large,
but owing lo tbe soft condition of
the ice those in costume were not as
n imeroua as they hnve been on
s niilar occasions in previous yenrs.
Many pretty costumes were noticed,
howeyer, although the comic variety
predominated. The Grand Forks
band furnished good music. • Tbe
following were the |irize winners*.
Best Gentleman's Costume—Geo.
MhCabe first, Geo. Cooper second.
Best Lady's Costume— Ethel Herr
first, Marjorie Mann second.
Most Comic Costume—Luli
Best Boy's Costume—Archie Da-
Best Girl's Costume—Jeanette
Faulty Water Supply
7b lhe lidiliir of The Sun;
Grand Fohks, B, C , Jan. 2-1.—
Kindly insert tbe following stale
ment, which is of vital importance
to the welfare of the city.
For several years the sanitary condition of the toilets and water supply at the high school building has
benn in a disgraceful slate of affairs.
During the winter months the junior
clnss of pupils—about .'15 or 40—
have been attending" there, not in-
clualiug the high school scholars.
The facts nre: Last winter, to my
knowledge, lhe water wns frozen up
Iwo.or three limes. It was necessary
to make complaint to ibe trustees
before any acl inn wns taken to thaw
the water out. In each ense the
trustees knew nothing about tbe
mutter except from information.
Tue water hns been frozen up ngnin
tiiis winter since Christmas, with no
provision made to supply the small
tiliiltlren wilh drinking water. One
of lhe pupils answered, when asked
hy beMulSer (riot the yyitei*), "Have
you no drinking water nt. sohool!"
"No." "Winn do you tlo when yuu
want a drink?" "Kat snow or ice."
"Don't you ever bave any water
there?" "Yes, when we want (o
Now, fs ibis lair to our children?
Every year we bave been visited
with an epidemic of children's diseases. Two yeurs ago, when the
schools hud to be closed, we might
hnve heen able to trace the souce of
the Double to the water supply.- I
contend that when it is considered
tbat young children of from 8 to 12
yeare of nge have to battles against
ti iow and ice germs for four months,
couplcd'with the use of cold, damp
.toilets, unfit to be occupied during
tbese months, there is no wonder
that diseasetakeH so easy n foothold
in our community. We have
betn priding ourselves on.our up lo-
Bridgeman Injured ,
Henry Wilson, of the C. P. It
bridge department, met with a severe accident at Eholt on Monday
morning. . While stooping to pick
up a chain a locomotive backed onto
him. He was rushed to the hospital at Greenwood, where it was
found necessary to amputate two
lingers and a portion of the palm of
his left hand; also two toes of his
left foot. In addition to these painful injuries be had a rili broken —
Ledgtj       ■«*■*
W. A. I'anvnder, the North Fork
mining expert, wns in the city to-
duy, innking frantic endeavors to
locate the game warden. He stated
that his dogs hnd treed a benr tbis
morning, nnd be *"us in a quandary
whether tbis is an open or closed
season for that species of game. The
Sun's sporting editor informtd Mr.
l'owiitler that a bear that didn't
have enough sense to stay in iti
hole in January, possessed less in;
telligence than the man wdio never
reads tbo newspapers, and merited
death. Mr. Pownder evidently took
the editor's view of. the situation.
He immediately procured a gun and
started up the river in a more composed frame of mind. Important
developments may I e looked fo
frutn lhat point of the compass.
Reds to mate with some of his old
birds. One of the prize winners at
the show was purchased by California fanciers for $"iU0. Mr. Morrison says that the chances of Grand
Forks being selected as the plnce for
holiliiig iln. 1911 provincial poultry
show are briuht.
Dr J. I). Paxton and family left
! on Wednesday for Kamloops, where
■ they will reside In future. The doctor hns been stationetl at tbis point
'or several years ns Dominion veterinary surgeon. He was recently
transferred to Kamlnops.
Grand Forks Rinks Victorious a Majority of the
Baosslana Carnival
An exceedingly good program of
sports has been arranged for the
Bossland winter carnival, which
will be held from February 6 to' 10
this year. Hockey matches between
tbe best teams in the Bou.ii.iaiy and
Kniitenay districts, a skating'coiitest
fair lbe championship of Biitjph Col
umbia, ski running ami ski jumping
forthe championship of Canada,
tubhuggiining competitions, a masquerade hall, snowshoe parades an 1
horse races are some of the leading
events, A reunion of Kosslnnd old-
timers is to be another feature of the
greatest winter carnivnl of the province, and it is expected that tbe attendance this year will be one of
the largest in the history of tbe
Golden city's fourteen   celebrations,
Official Figures
The clerk of the crown in chan
eery at Ottawa has issued theollicia
resume of the popular vote polled in
thc late Dominion election. It shows
the Conservatives' lead over the
Literals to be 4-Miil, the total of
each pnrty being: Conservatives,
869,657; Liberals, 835,090. Tho
Conservative majority in Ontario
wkr 68,852. Outside of Ontario the
Liberals hud a majority of 18,391.
Labor polled 15-12 votes, Socialists
3912, and Independents 7177. The
total number of votes polled was
The   Btinding   of  the parties by
provinces is as follows:
/ Con. Lib.
Ontario  209,950   207,078
Quebec 15J),26?    164,274
Nova'Scotia.:  55,209     57,462"
New Brunswick.... .18,880     40,192
Manitoba  40,356     .14,781
British Columbia.. 24,622     16,350
Prince Edward Ist. 14,638     13,99.8
Saskatchewan  34,700     52,924
Alberta  29,675     37,208
-Yukon     2,285 829
James liook-i untl H. VV. Collins
left ibis «eek for Halcyon Hot
Springs. After spending a few dnys
al that place they will go to Victoria
to attend the annual convention of
the British Columhia Fruit Growers'
association; which will be held in
that city on- January 30 nntl 31.
Mr. ROoke is a diiec o' of provincial
organization, und Mr. Collins is n
delegate to the convention fioni the
locul association,
J. T. Lawrence is a   Victoria this
week, ns a delegate from the Grand
Forks Far-Tiers'institute to the- annual convention of the  British Col
umbia Farmers' institute.
E. E Gibson, of the West Kootenay Power ifc Light company, made
nn inspection trip to Phoenix this
The Sun's robin knew his business. The flowers will be in bloom
here in a few davs.
The Ice at Greenwood Too
Heavy for (iood Playing
J. D. Honsberger will leave for
Victoria tomorrow to attend tbe annual convention of the British Columbia Fruit Growers' association,
which will be held in thatcity uniler
the auspices of the provincial department of agiiculture, nt the botanical chambers, parliament buildings, on January 30 nnd 31.
The annual convention of tbe
British Columbia Poultry association
will be held in Victoria on tbe 29th
The Grand Forks and Greenwood
hockey clubs will play in Greenwood tonight, and a special hockey
train be run to thnt city.
Fred Downey und A. Mcllwaim
have been recommended to lhe provincial government for police and
license commissioners of Grand
Forks by the local Conservative association.
Owing to the hockey game wilh
Greenwood, which comes off ut
Greeenwood on the-2Gth, the dale of
the Overseas club dance will be
postponed until Friday, February 2.
Members can gel their tickets either
from the committee or at the door,
and any one wishing to join the olul
wbo is eligible can get a ticket for
tbe dance hy filling in mi application
for membership, which cnn be ob
tuined from the secretary. Tickets
81, including supper of tea, coffee,
cuke, sandwiches. .Music supplied
by Werner's orchestra. Committee
—J. 1). Campbell, secretary; E.
Spraggett, T. 8, Wntts, John lluyr
G. S. Kirk, Harry Mann, James
liurringham and W. R. Dewdney.
A surprise party party, composed
of thirty young people, gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs, E. Barron on Monday evening Inst for the
purppse of bidding farewell to Miss
Hilda Bnrron, who left for Vancouver on the following duy.
\V. B. Cochrane made a trip to
Greenwood this week.
Dr. Newcombe, formerly of tbis
city, has opened a sanitarium in
North Vancouver.
A number of men nre cutting ice
out of tbe tunnels and putting the
Fife mines in condition for a resumption of operation next   month.
The Boundary curling bonspiel
opened on Tuesday. There are present one rink from Mother Lode,
two from Phoenix, four from Grand
Forks, antl five from Greenwiod.
The ice is rather heavy for good
curling. At the time of going to
press the result was as follows:
All Comers' Competition—Tbe
local rinks were knocked out by a
total of 93 points to 03.
P. Bums Cup, First Round—
Ouimetle defeated Warren,
Gardner defeated .McMynn.
Mclntyre defeated McKim.
Coles defeated McNichol.
Mclnnes defeated Birnie.
Grand Forks Cup, First Round—
McNichol defeated McMynn.
Kussell defeated Taylor.
Gardner defeated Morrin.
McKim defeated McLeod.
Mclntyre defeated Birnie
Q.iimette defeated McCutcheon.—
I Greenwood Ledge.
The Grand Forks curlers relurned
home today, having won the Burns
and Grand Forks cups and nearly
nil the otber prizces plnyetl for at
the bonspiel.
A.   D.   Morrison    returned   this
week   from the Provincial Poultry
; exhibition at Vancouver.   He states
! that the show was a  great  success.
.069,507-   62a!>,096 He  purchased seven  Rhode Island
Prof. C. E. Brown, of Crookston,
Minn., delivered a lecture before the
members of the Grand Forks Poultry association. Thc attendance
was large, and the address contained
tinny practical suggestions on successful poultry r-'iisinir.
John Heron, wbo wns formerly
engaged in the furniture ami hardware business in this city,bus moved
from Vancouver lo Prtneiton, where
be bus accepted a position ns business manaiier for A, L. White, furniture dealer.
l)r. Simmons, dentist, Morrison
bleak.    Phone R 39.     ■
Premature Explosion
Last week while working with
Turn Henderson on a claim mar
Beaverdell, Lome C.  Terhnns   met
' with a deplorable accident. Ho was
tamping a hole, when the dynamite
I exploded, practically blowing out
one of bis eyes and  seriously  injur-
. ing the other. . One arm was broken
land the other severely bruised,wbile
bis face was filled wilh pebbles,
small   pieces   of   rock  and powder
i marks.    He was taken  to  Midway,
land after his injuries had been examined Drs. MacLean and  Dunbar
| deemed it advisable for htm lo go to
Spokane in order to be under the
care of an eye specialist. Accompanied hy his wife, he is now in
that city, and it is thought that the
sight of one eye may be nt lenst partially retained.—Greenwood Ledge.
Boundary Hockey League
Jan. I-,—Grand Forks at Greenwood.
(Irand Forks 1, Greenwood 3
Jun  5—Greenwood at Grniul   Forks.
Greenwood 3, Grund Ferks 1
Jan. 10—Grantl   Forks  at   Phoenix.
Grand Forks 2, I'lioenix 10
Jan. 15—I'lioenix   nt   Gfltntl   Forks.
P.hiienix 1, Grand Forks 1
Jan. 19—Phoenix ut Greenwood.
Greenwood won on  protest.
Jan. 23—Greenwood at Phoenix.
Greettwood won on protest.
.Iuu. 26—Grand Forks ut Greenwood,
( r 'enwood 7. Grand Forlta 2
Jan. 29—Pboenix at Grand Forks.   >
Feb. 2—Greenwood at Phoenix.
Feb. 6—Phoenix ut Greenwood.
Fen. 12—Greenwood at Grand Korku.
Fab. 10— Grand Foi ks al Phoenix.
Apple Packing School
There will be a pocking school held
in the Miners' Union hall fioni Feb
ruary 9th to the 16th, inclusive, under the auspices of the Kettler Valley
Farmers' institute, uml conducted by
J. Lawler, of the Okacagan Fruit
union. The public are heartily invited to attend *; any time during tlie
sessions of the sohool. There are still
a few vacancies for pupils desiring ta
take lessons, Application may lie
made with lho FartneTs' institute sec;
rotary, W. U. llaalalen, before February 15.
Since the defeat of reciprocity the
Packers'trust of '.he United Stntes
hns mude serious intoads into the
business of liberty-loving Canada,
i The Swifts hnve tnken over the Da-
ivies business in Toronto, and the
concern is operated ns a In.inch' of
the gigantic combine. All the packing bouses in Montreal have also
been acquired by the American syndicate, and practically the whole of
the packing business east ol Winnipeg i8 1J0# directed from American
Major Crofoot Encounters an Old
, Friend.
Mrs. Stubbing Hss Crane on the Stage,
Has Become Wiser and Can Resist
the Gr_an_l Promoter's Elsrney snd
Frotraas.3 of IJ:inf] t.'ada a Gtar.
[Copyright.   1911.   lav  Associated  Ut.er.1t7
'"   *fl*i  fj a.U'iv. CROFOOT, grand promoter of nil sorts nml ctni-
dltlons nf Bcliomes nml enterprises t>> belter hts llnnuclnl
condllloti, Filtered Mis utlice Uie otlier
I'.iaai'iiiiiK, leaving lho door open behind
him.    lie lind scarcely  litlug np  his
lull when n womnn stood before him.
I.Ike a il.isli of la\gliluliig lie recoKnlzcd
his old lime IntiiidrcxH—tbe old lime
when she used lu do up Ills sblrts nnd
.rust blm for |iny-niid She realized
thai '.alio bnd bunted blm down nt mst
ibid meant to collui i n bill uf abuut $i
(hie Ihrlll sliaat ibrnugb blm, and iben
tie wns :is cool ns lee.
"Mndnm, were you looking for lbe
pbotngrnplier •>.-1lie corset ntnUcr." li ■
"No. sir." s!ie replletl: "I nm looking
for Mnjor Crofoot. nnd l hnve found
him ::t I.i t. Dou't you remember me'/"
"lieiillj*. uftv-wliy. really"—
'••lion*t yeu renieiuliui' me':*'
"Is It—cnn It be -is it possible tlint
yon nre Mrs. Stiililalns?'*
••I iuu Mrs. Stubblns. I nni Ilie worn
nn vou bent out of'.;-! 80 for dolus your
^,V'"?,'-r;ji;,',) ,,
laundry. I hnve been on your trail
forover a yenr. nud I have inn you
lo enrtli nt Inst.   I want my money."
Had Tried to Trace Her.
"Well, well, well"' exclaimed Hie mil
Jor ns be held out bis bund for n shake
"Mrs. Stuhhliifl*. I tiui thrice Rind to se
you. Only yestertlny I sent oltl; to Di
fcotu to see If I could locate yo.i. Vol
don't know bow often 1 hnve QioiirIi
of you and your kindness to me. Fin
months nml months you were like :■
mother lo me. And have yuu Jus-,
come on from tho tt'estV"
■ "Blarney!" she answered "s sbe drew
herself up nntl pointed n linger nt him
"1 nm no longer n trusting. conUdlng
lnuudress, but I Imve pine on the Stage
#-_N* ;<_£__■■ -.-.4-
keeps children
healthful and happy.
Give tliem a few drops of
thin strong.hcviing food-
medicine every cLty and
I watch them grow.
Whooping- Cough
Loss of Flesh
and many other troubles
•Ul.  OafUQQ.arS
Membor  Stanalaral   StocU  and  lUlnlnt,'
Coi-aL?''Omltance tiivlled.
W, N. U. Nc. 370.
>_nd t;ot my eyes opened. 1 um tin
longer Mrs. Nancy Stulitiins. but Miss
Rosalie Cnthenrt. Caitiff, come down
with tbe shekels or 1 will mnke lt
lorrld for thee:"
"Aud so you hnve gone on the stngeV
,'y George, whnt n coincidence, whnt n
olncldenco! 1 hnve n three net p'lny
ight here In my desk nml wns won-
lerlng where 1 could lind n woman to
::iko the lending pint. .You hnve the
right figure; yon look the pnrt; your
fortune Is made, night hen-, without
Aoitig nny further. I offer you $100 per
week to luke the role. As l remarked
before, whnt n coincidence!"
Insistent About Cash.
"Mercutlo. Iblnltest not to deceive tne
with honeyed speech I" artfully replletl
Mrs. Blubbing as she balanced ou one
loot, "I nm here for the oof! Produce
or get rendy for a dull thud'."
"Hy 'George, but what talent, whnt
noting!" whispered tbe mnjor ns ho
gnzed In admiration, "Sarah Bernhardt Isn't within forty rods of you.
I've got $20,000 ready to put my piny
on the road nnd make you the brightest stnr In America. If you'll come In
litis afternoon I'll hnve n contract
ready for you to sign, you'll carry lbe
country by storm."
"Momitin, hast thou the rhino—my
Utile $4.80? 1 toll upon iliee to hand
it over, nnd If I lion dost not Iheu mny
lhe eunsei|uiMicos lie upon Ibiue own
"Vou meiiD thai iittle balance? Yes,
I'll pay of course, but that will eome
later. 1 think I ean make your salary
SiLV, per week, and I'd like tu begin
rehearsals at once. I'm also willing laa
ndvunce you $600 for nny singe wnrd-
robe you nitty need. Cun you come In
ut '<_ o'clook V"
"At '-' of ihe clod; Mercutlo wotildsi
engage me," mused Mrs. StnlillitlH.
with her finger on ber nose, "but I
know the artfulness of humanity nntl
a niinoi be hiunbooxlod. |.,.t him sinml
forth like ii man and pay me thnt
which lliou owest. nud later on I wnl
Would Pay $150 Per Week.
"Perhaps I eoultl mnke it SloO per
week." snid the major ns he toyed
with his watch chain. "You grow bet-
!ar and better.    I dou't want to make
ou _._..., •— il. but Mary Anderson
couldn't hold u caudle to you. I'.l
hnve your inline from Knlnmazoo to
[Candy wlliilii a yeur. Vour role is
tragedy, nud you want to slick.to It.
.Shnll we sny'_! o'clock'; I wnnt to ge'
lhe contract signed nud hire a ball."
"My answer to thee, Mercutlo, is
this," hoarsely whispered Itonnllu ns
shu reached out and seized the major's coat collar nnd nlmost broke his
neck us sbe guve u sudden yank.
"Here—hold on! You are becoming
n little ton strenuous. As 1 snid before, the trilling balance between us
will be paid, but let us"—
".Mercutlo. thou must cough np now
und here.   Car..it thou cot realize, dost
thou not see. that I nm no longer the
humble  lnuudress of ■ the  washboard
and the Unllron. but nn actress who
Ims traveled nnd met up with the artful dodgers?   With one hand I grasp
Ihy eout collar untl with tlie other thy
'usiirluiit  locks,  und  prithee. Menu
"And whnt do you want?"
"My oof. I lion man of tricks."
"You shnll have it this afternoon."
"Tnlk not to tne of time. Merculio.
but plnce Ihe ducats In my lined without delay."
In Drnocr of Losing Hair.
"And you'd sacrifice an engagement
nt $150 per io gel $4.S0?" he Indlg.-
nautly demanded lufMrs, fcStubblus Held
bim willi nn Iron grip.
"I wouldst. Mercutlo, nnd therefore
tet us wusto no more time. Fthuulds'
I clutch my other hnnd In thy locks
'.haul mayest be numbered Willi the
"Say. lot up on me nnd yon shall
have n rhivtt. Hen My, I iliaaught (hni
old ni'oonut bnd been settled."
"No checks. Mereullat. but tlio Inug
green—the silver nnd Hie nickels, li
Is one tblng m draw il check and :'.ii
aitber to draw lbe cash from lbe lin1!
Search thy poekots, Mercutlo, nm'
search not In vain.
"My dear woman, my friend nf nthei
days." Snid tbe major ns tic li.ibetl In
his pickets for cash, "1 have Ja:st aar
ganb.ed uud Incorporated the gl'cai
Everlasting lee Cream company. Ice
cream made today will be found fre:-:!t
nud sweet 1.0.000 years from now."
Easy Work et Dii\ Pay.
"The rash. Meri'tUlo!"
"And 1 wnnt you tn luke the position
of secretary nt $20,000 n ye.-.r. Your
aiullcs will bo very light. All you'll
have to do Is lo stamp the dute on
each cuke ns It comes out."
Rht> reached out n huud for hla, und
he fished up $1. Iben $2. then 53.
"Tbnt leaves me penniless.
The bolnnee .if Ihe 51.80 wns found
nnd pined In the lady's hnnd, and the
ifidv suid:
a    " 'Tis well. Mercutlo.   Watch my exit
| I go hence to tell my playfellows that
the artful dodger Is happy no more.
Again fnrewell!"
And wheu the echo of her footsteps
bud died away the major sat down and
. murmured to himself:
"Mercutlo was a blamed fool, and 1
I am ditto!"
I .,	
[What One Canadian Railway is Doing
| For Canada.
Tho Canadian Pacific Railway is a
Uystem as unique as It. Is practical.
jit is the only Railway in Canada, or
on the American Continent. for that
matter, which considers tho decoration of ils linos. Away up in Alberta
tho Irrigation Department is making
the burrell spots of curth to blossom
ns the rose, and a Forestry Department In Winnipeg In endeavoring to
coux the Western people to plant a
tree. Mere nnd there ihrmighoul this
longllnked nystein this wonderful
Huilwny is establishing mimic experimental vegetable and fruit
farms; uud lho experimenters aro lho
hard-worked agents nnd BocUotiincn,
r,3 well as lhe locomotive lorcmcn oil
the working Bluff.
ln Montreal, nt the heuiliiuailt.'a's
within lhe Windsor Station, Hie spuco
for a Floral Department i« accorded
a busy staff of willing workers whoso,
duty lt is to distribute llowot seoda
throughout the length und brcudth of
lhe line
Last yenr more thnn one hundred
thousand packages of needs .and
bulbs were serfi out by this Depart-
:uei.t. Thirty-six tli__.ere.il varieties
of bloom are included, and n "Prime
Garden" has been established, enabling the busy workers along tlio tine
to turn tlio leisure momenta of thoir
labors into tlte cultivation of flowers
a:nd gardens. The prizes offered 1iy
ahe Company ure cash in kind, nnd
rack year tho competition grows
On to. Atlantic Illusion iu l.'i.i
tlio grand prize 1$*...) ivas won by
\. Wright, of Woodstock, X.13., D.J.
Steele ot Shorbvooke, Que., was al3o
i graud prize winner; J. A. Nico]
Rossport, Out. (Lake Superior Division, carried off honors, and Ihe Pacific honor:; were upheld by Mr.
hrfeeco of Portage la Prairie, whoso
garden beat everything in slgiii. lu
Agazzlz, 1!. C, it waa a womnn who
heat lornier record's, ror Mic. Lovell,
wife of lhe Section Foreman at that
point; curried off Hie Fifty Dollars ill
gold. The C. P. It. gardens arc attracting world wide attention.
■ HI*
Til send Dominion Express
Mcney Orders
-that's what I'll do"
A happy solution of the gift problem.
Dominion Express Money Orders arc cashed
anywhere on this continent. If lost, stolen or
destroyed, you may have the money refunded
or a new order issued, free of charge.
K sending Christmas money abroad, use
Dominion Express Foreign Cheques. They are
issued in the money of the country on which
drawn and cashed without charge.
mrm Don't risk money itl a letter—especially
during the Christmas' "rush". Una Dominion
Express Money Orders or Foreign Cheques—the
safest nud most .'onvenient way of remitting
money to all parts of the world. 22
Ou sate in nil
• AI.'o at Drug 'i.t.nvi, etc.
conveniently locuted in the larger towns.
i • 'BstMWss\m\*\*lXmV!^F^
15'* tfi
"Than'.! heaven," cried tlte poor girl
wiio waa earning a precarious livelihood ay heroine of a popular novel-.
And yet. sho had apparently Hitlo
to he thankful for us she crawled into
her pullet ot straw iu tho corner cf
Hie dingy room. She was very, very
poor, and yet she was thankful.
"The advantage of a hed on the
floor," tho murmured, as nhe lapsed
! iaito sweet slumber, lies In the feelin.-,
of sffcurlly II brings. When a girl lies
in sueh a lowly hed'as this, sho knows
thnt a mun cannot possibly get under It."
3*k ERFF To Every Reader
A) fl !       This beautiful
Coin Pin and Broach
Just send ton cents (silver or
stamps) and two cents in stamps   towards tho shipping expenses.
M.M8RKER. Dept. W, 107 Victoria St.
Thin iti nil It costs yoi: to fo*p \tOOH stock i
prime Ci'iiditioii with Ihfl world's mot-t
hifeniational Stock Food
Every cent iaavcaatcl iaa (la
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FIVE aiaaaara-a a.;,-:.: a av,a!.,a.at 11.
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(f.-iaaa I l.a _ ttttorU nf mill. ' i-tlaa)*.
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Try Rea
, matter how:, good a shave
yon have ever Bed, you have
.ver  really   known Shaving
omfort if you have not used the
'die Safety Razor
.._   STKOPPING-NO  HONING, ati3o!ittc1>
Sxiio. Tho Gillette Safety Razor in always re»tpj
yuu cut, use it tin f.i-.l as you liUe.
•x ripU, fiwecping ctlokcd over your face nuc
:n bIocU.
n Gillette sliavc U clwn, quick, «afc and
anoiaicaL Suits every maa, Itecatwe you cot
Ijust tlie flexible Ulade to thc toughest beard 01
heteiulcres'i. fuce.
Your dealer should ttt nble to show you t!i«
di ."'-rent otytes, oco cntnl6gttc,   if he canti. i
write us direct.    We will see tbat you or*
tiitppltcd. ,
Gillette Safety Razor Co. ol Canadt, limited
Oflice ind Factory, <" St. A:cs.tntlsr Si.. Montreal
Cellar Costs Less Tfean
Wrcrl and i« Ivlucli Mosfe
Cement is parlicul.it ly
struciion of Koot Cellar fi
ui.iptcd to the con-
ac.rs and walls.
tn.ia ,e- A
lit*   *    "''
,t "Trlml l»<
Teener fan Ds
With    diatrH;
The various uses to which
Concrete may bc profitably
put, on thc farm, are plainly
antl simply in our 160-page
"What the Farmer Can
Do With Concrcta"
which shows Iiotv tho following
farm buildings aud Utilities can
bo constructed of ccncrcte:—
Darns, Cisterns, Dairies, Dipping Tanks, Foundations, I'cnco
FT)-ta, Feedino Floors. Gutters,
Hens' IN eats, Hltehlng Posts,
tlorco Blocks, Mouses, Poul-
Eliclter Wnl is, Stabtffs, Stairs,
6t"li3, Stops,  Tanks,  Troughs,
\       ,    .:      .■:<■■•      ■•
ltd for It—it's fie* -though
It re [ula ly soils for :■'■*, WHta
to-day.     0
* Limited
El-60 Nntional Bsnk
Experience prov.s that for thc farmer, Concrete is superior to vood in every point ol
, Concrete permits of a desirable degree
of coolness without freezing. There is no
question as to.its durability. Concrete lasts,
not for years, but for ages; and needs no
Anyone who has scooped vegetables from
the old plank floor will-appreciate the fact that
Concrete offers a smooth, continuous surface
with no projecting plank ends or nails to
damage the scoop or ruffle the temper of the
e ■
The Quickest Cough Gurs-
. Clnap, CrtUneqiialeil
6Ir.tfien Ounces of It for {.Oc.   Sa«es You
$2.    Does tho Work Quickly or
Money Refunded.
For quick, positive results Oie ]6 ounces
of cougli syrup tHjtt you mal;o with a 50-
ccnt bottie of Plncx, earinbt !_.« t.qtmljhl.
It taltcs hclU Instantly and will uauqMy
step tho most obstinate dii^p-ifiuted
co-p'.; tntida cr 2i h'juvH. r.vt!!'. iiv'j;i and
TTliocplns couc.i yield to it fix** "■*'"}*.
lho user ot iln ox itilsw it \vlih borne-
rr.nd* ftugar pyvup. T.iii (five*. y,u IC
oi.nccc—a fr-roii;*' cupnJy—of b»u*r cotrth
roir.Ctiy than yo.. rould bay r»ii!y triL:«;ct
for •}".'■•?. Easily rivv^.rc*.'. It, P.o inl.i-
Utftq—full direction!*,   in   nac-n^o,   •
i'jr.fJt Eootl.cs un:l hoaTB tic Ind-iraod
moi:il.ranos with remat'4t_»bIo >mu'ily.
it fitJmulgitc? tho ntpot to. is B'.ishtlv lax-
ntlvc and lauliis tWcd—iihiiilritii lo-o it.
Excellent for l.oaiToncs:-, r.*ihnw, brott-
cl.l.ls *n<l otfce* throat iro^WEij. anil has
r wow-crful record in car.ei! or inclptoht
lURK .troB'jIo,'
j'irxi 13 a Epfcb-.l .'ir.d lilElilv conccn-
■t.'-Ued. c«jm:.'ound of Kt'i'way "W bite l'lnu
extract, rich In gra'olarcbl timl olbor nattl-
nc.l haall.ii? plno elements. Simply mix
CiVt tiirar uyrup or atvillriftfl honey, ln a
'l>-c/.. Vottlo. and It 1' i'i*ady f»" use. used
1n moro hom:*u hi tho V>. *■ and Canada
r.-it i tan/ other ctittL'lt remedy.
Vlhex Iias tt(ten boon iiii-.rUed, but
nft\*er tURCoasfKiiy, fer nothing else will
products Ihd tame rcSults. Tho Ki-uuine ia
mi«rMitocd to give-absolute- sttllstaction
lOi- tiioney refunded. Ctftlflcata or bum>
p.-itoo la v/mvped !n each p;tcKpgo. Vour
fl?;itffi-»t hK+ I'Inex or will pla*'1!' Bet il
ter you. I! not, aend to 'J'bo rinex Co.,
Toronto, Ont.
Know Your Cows
Kvery owner of a herd of cows
should l.now what tliey arc Individually worth to liirn. Farmers do too
much guessing in their business and
do too IllUo cloie figuring. Figures
Naro wonderful eye openers and sometimes form mighty interesting reading.
Yoy Can ,See
How it hi sals
No Question or Doubt as to the Healing power of
To pooplo wbo havo iu_ed internal
ti'i-'atment In an effort to. cure oczotna
It Is almost hevonal belief what benefit can be obtained by a few applications of this soothing, healing ointment.
lt Is seldom that Ihe caimo ot ec
I'.cn.a can be (iGtermiiied. hut ono tiling
it; ccr'ain, tlio Itching must bc stopped
and tho sores healed up.
TlicEe results nro secured hy the
use of Dr. A. VV, Chase's Ointment.
The Itching ir, relieved almost instantly, and you will bc surprised at the
healing whicb will lake place over
A little patience and persistent
treatment Willi Dr. Chase's Ointment
will give yon more practical and (Infinite results than a wbulc lot of dosing
Willi Internal medicines. You can see
how tho Ointment heals.   The otlier
Mr. George Peterson, South P.ay,
Out., writes:—"I wisli to communicate
to you the great benefit I received
from using Dr, A, W. Clinse's Ointment. For years I suffered witli a
great skin disease on my head, a sort
of eczema. 1 tried four doctors, giving eaeh a fair trial; but got uo better. In fact, the disease spread to my
left arm.
"I saw Dr. Chafe's Ointment advertised and began using it. PursiBtent
use of tills treatment has entirely cured me, and 1 glvo you a statement of
my case with pleasure, as I hope
thereby lo Induce some ether sufferer to try tlie same Dr. ChaBo'B Ointment."
"Because this ointment has made its
world-wide reputation by curing the
most severe and long-standing casea
of eczema and nllos Is no reason why
you should overlook Its scores of uses
in t'ac relief of itthlng ami irritation
of tho Bkln.        •
Dr. A. \V. Chase's Ointment, GO
ccntfl a box. at all dealers er l.tlinaii-
son, Bates & Co.. Limited, Toronto.
"Thc waves dashed over her!" r*y-
. claimed the orator. "Her sails nro
split! Hoy yards aro gone! Her
masts are shlvortn.1, Her helm is tireless! She Is driving nsrioi.'. --!*ja0re
Is no hope!   Whol can save lur novvT
"Let go the anchor, ye lubber!"
loudly shouted the exelinl seaman.
Cholly.—What's tho time old chap?
I've an In'li.i'lon to dinner at so *r,n
and my watch Isn't going."
Clussle.—"Why wasn't yonr watch
Invited too, denb hey?"
The Ladies Fair
All blondes are not light-headed.
G'rls wilh liquid voices Bhould be
careful not to strain them.
Some women aro a delight to the
eye and a drug to the mind.
Never veil a grass widow that she
Is in hev heydey ol! life.
Ii' woman's age-counts against her
she knows enough to keep down the
The girl who marries for a lark often, finds out that sho was a lay.
'tiie idea oE marrying will haunt
a woman if uhe hail a ghost • of a
6lu.ii ac;
Ojirje ..ci j roud ot having many
new admirers, but ono old ono is real-
ly ...ore 1. her credit. .
First caddie,—What you doin', Jim-
Second caddie.—I'm goln' flshin' after tliis round. Look at all the worms
he's dug."   .
For over fifty years Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and oilier painful ailments
imve been cured by llamllns Wizard
Oil. It is a good honest remedy and
you will not. regret having a hottlo
ready for use. *
Caught at Last
Friend.—I suppose it was hard to
lose yonr daughter'.'
Father.—Well, it did seem hard at
first, but just as wo were about to
givo up hope, she lauded this fellow.
SMMh Gum
Slickly stops cou_ib_.f cures colds, heals
e throat a id lunds 83 ueats.
■'" found 50 cents this morning,"
confided Jimmy.
"Found n whole half dollar!" cried
his siother. liow fine! What did you
do with tt?"
"Pete Jones was along, so I gave
htm half,"
"You dear, generous boy! Did you
do that of your own accord?"
"YoBsuiu—well, wo decided tliat
would bo right."
".a'lmniy! He didn't whip you antl
mai'o you give up half?"
"No, mamma. If he'd licked me,
he'd 'a' had It all. The scrap was a
' Deafness Cannot Bc Cured
by laac_l taltlalla'aaUaatlH. an ttlcy cattr.ot resell the tlls-
waaail laaartltan at Ilia- aa;ir. There laa o.alj- uaaaa aaaay to
eure .aa .alliens, aalaal tlaal lat by caaiaaatitutlijiial reinealleaa.
laear:!,".. laa aaiaa-.a'.l lay all Itallaiaaieil ciilldltliaai aal tile
inueaiaia llaalaiK ef Uae Eat_lACllt.,a 'rube. Nl.eai tills
tube 1. Latlaiiieal yeu tlflivo a rumblltta,' naataal ur lm-
porfcaa. Iiearlnal, aaa.l tvliea It ).- eaulrely closed, Drat-
iaeaaaa • alaa rcHt.lt. aaaal ullleaai (lac llltlaaluiaiatailil can bi
:akeu out araal Ibis tube restored lo 119 normal conall-
tlo't, hearing will ba tlt-stroyrj forever; rtla0 :':tse'
oaa ol teal ana taau'la-.l lay Cult.-rh, vrhlcll Is liotlalna;
laut a.a laallaineil eaa.aalllloia aa. the tr.tia'aiii.a saarfnees.
We will tttve Oue lluiaalre.l Haillm-a Ior any eaase ol
Jhaifii .i aeaua.nl by catarrh! that eaitaaaot be euietl
by Hall". C'atitrrla Cure.   Selaat for clteulaitB. tree.
F. J. CllllXEV __ CO.. Toledo. O.
Soaal by Unit! .1-13. Trie.
Talae llali'ai .'aailly I'ills for coia_atlpatloa.
li'ram—So yew heard Real) Jenkins wuz Head, eh?
S'as.—Waal, not exactly that lie
wuz. dead—but I heard several folks
down the Centre Bpeakin' well of him.
The little ills of babyhood and childhood should bo treated promptly, or
thoy may prove serious. An occasional dose of Baby's Own Tablets will
regulate the stomach and Imwols and
keep your little ones well. Or tbey
Will promptly restore health if sick-
ness comes unexpectedly. Mrs. Le
nora M. Thompson, Oil Springs, Ont
nays:—"1 have used Baby's Own Tali
lets for my'lltilo girls as occasion re-
quired, and have found them always
ot the greatest help. No mother, in
my opinion, should be without the
Tablets." Sold by medicine dealers
or by mall at 25 cents a box from
The Dr! Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont. '
Right Handed Parrots
Past the parrot cages walked tlie
bird fancier, .poking an Inquisitive
finger at the birds.
"I nm looking for a right-handed
parrot," ho said, "but there doosn't
seem to bo one In this lot. Most parrots are left handed. Training, not
nature, made them so.
"Thoir owners are right handed and
when putting out a finger for the bird
to stand on it is* most convenient I'm-
him to step up with his left foot. In
a little wliilo that left handed action
becomes second nature and ho doesn't
know how to use his riglit foot first.
"Tlte only riglit handed parrots
have belonged to left handed persons.
In their training tlio ord(.r was reversed. Tlie left finger was extended
for a porch and tho bird naturally
graspoil lt villi his right fool."
'Vwa'tinq tbe Inevitable
"I ordered some material a week
ago to bo out and it htbiit come yet.
Jalny 1 ask why?"
"We have waited for you lo come
in and change your mind, madam, beforo disfiguring tho cloth."
"I should like to open an account
at tills bank it you please."
"Wc shall lie glad to accommodate
you, madam. What amount do yuu
Wish to deposit?"
"Oh, I mean a charge account, such
as 'I have nt tlie dry goods stores."
What He Owes to Zam-Buk
Mr. C. E. Sanford, of Weston, Kings
Co., N.S., a Justice of tho Peace for
tho county, and a deacon of tho Baptist Church in Berwick, says: "I have
used Zam-Buk for piles and found it
a splendid remedy.   II. cured me."
Mr. Thomas Pearson, of Prlnco Albert, Sask., writes: "I muat thank yotr
for the benefit I have received from
the use of Zam-Buk. Last summer 1
had a fever, which left m6 with plleB.
I started to use Zam-Buk and found it
gave me rollef, so I continued with it.
After using three or four boxes it effected a complete cure."
Zam-Buk will also bo found a sure
cure for cold sores, chapped hands,
frost bite, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison,
varicose sores, sculp sores, ringworm,
inflamed patches, babies' eruptions
and chapped places, cuts, burns, bruises, and skin Injuries generally. A11
druggists and stores sell at GOc. ho':
or post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price. You lire
warned against harmful Imitations,
and substitutes. Seo the regls'.eival
name "Znm-Buk" on overy package
before buying.
"I havo three husbands to support,"
pleaded the ragged beggar woman.
"What—you ave a laiKamlflt?"
"No, sir.   Oue husband's mine, and
the others belong to my two daughters."
In tho causes of infant mortality
cholera morbus llgures frequently,
and it may be said that complaints of
Iho bowels art. great, destroyers of
child lite. If all mothers would avail
themselves of so effective a remedy
as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial many a little one ec.ilti.be Baved.
This Cordial can be given with safety
to "the smallest child, as there is no
Injurious substance In It.
"Your llckels were complimentary,
were they not ?"
"Well," replied the man, who bsd
nctm. a painfully amateur entertainment, "I thought they wero -ttntil I
saw tho show."
Woman Starts, Han Ends.
Vr.o woman may be tlio one who
staitB Iho love affair, but nlno times
oui of ten It Is the man wiio ends it.
Mlnsrd's liniment cures ajargr.t In cows
Mrs. Thompson.—1 had such a cold
tliat, I couldn't speakifov three days.
Mrs. Slater.—How you must have
V/.N.U.  No. 676
They Clecnse While Thoy Cure—
The vegetable compounds of which
Parmelee's Vegetable P1II3 are composed, mainly dahtlellon and i:in'i-
ilmke. clear tlie stoniac'ai aOd I ites.
lines of (la.iotci'ious'niaitcr aiaal rosl ire
tlio deranged organ B to healthful allien. Hence they a*'e Ihe best ra mody
tors indigestion available to-day,/ A
trial of 1 hem will establish the truth
of liiin" aatertlon ami tlo more to convince the ailing than anything that
can he written of these pills.
"What ha:: become of limi man who
usetl lo say ho was a servant of the
"The people had to let Mill go," replied tbo Intelligent voter, "He got
to to one of these himl men who
stand around talkin' when they .ought
to bc at work."
Wlnard's  LInln-.ent  Cures  Diphtheria.
"Is he an optimist?"
"I should say he is. He still insists that some day a rich widow Is
going to fal! In love with him."
Mothers can easily know when
their chldren are troubled with worm.,
and they lose no time in applying tlie
best of remedies—Mother Graves
Worm Exterminate!'.
A Hauling Over
Ways'.do Blacksmith—Your automobile, sir, will have to havo an overhauling.
Disconsolate Owini'—Yes, but I:..'.'.-
Ill tho-flUko'is am 1 lo haul 11, over?
who get little exercise, feel better all round for
an occasional dese of
move lhe bowels gently but fre
A nev, pleasant and relfcble la:
They tone up the liver
system aji& clear tho brain,
by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trad
25c. a box.   If your drtijgist lias not yet stocked ih
wa will insll 'hem.
For our fast selling Drug., nnd Drug ■ cation of the
Sundries.  Wo supply you witli article.,
some of which are Saleable In every ! ltr-.
home, nnd on which you will receive      U1C tlonary
a profit of 200 to 300 p.c.   Wu havo '
agents earning $5.00 to $10.00 per day   of HeatinB"i»
the year round.    Bo an ngent. Send ', <*•    '
at onco for our special agents price
list.   Don't overlook this ohauce.   it  now ready lor
means d-llars to you.   Write at once. 5
THE F. E. KARN CO., LIMITED.       distribution
Canada's   Greatest   Cut   Rate   Drug
House. Toronto, Ont.
A  Good  Outside  Right
Well, sir," said (ho old gentleman
Indignantly, 'what are you doing
around hero again? I thought that
dei'eato hint I gave you with my
boct just as you left the front door
last night would give you to understand that I dou't like you—won't have
you—coming here."
"It did." said the young man who
was 'after' his daughter, as a look of
mingled prin and admiration came
over hla face; "but 1 thought 1 would
cone and ask you"—
' Ask what''"
"It yel wouldn't like to join oiir
foo* ball c'ab,'
Corns cripple tho feet and make
walking a torture, yet aure relief iai
the shape of Hollowuy's Corn Cure is
within reach of all.
"Good earning power on tlie husband's part and good saving power in
tlie wife—this goes a long way towards malting home happy."
The speaker was the local parson
who hail newly united a loving pair
and waa now holding forth at tlie
Wedding dinner.
"In a word," ho continued, "lhe husband should make the money first,
and then the wife Bhould make it last."
Wrllo -for    it.      Postpaid
to any address In Canada
rut Cater
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Write for a free catalogue. We
also give instruction  by mail.
Mbs.Winsi.ow^ SocvrniKO Svkit ].-.,■ lR*«.*n
usul farmer SIXTY VEAKSby ^:il.!.;^■^ ■ • f
YKUtlUKO, witli IMSKI'KCT Bl-CCUltt it
BOOT!IKS ilu* Cllll.n, BdPTUKS llic Ot Mb.
in Die best remedy f<r DIARKIUHA. It ia ■ >•
soiulely harmless, ne nitre mul nalt fur ' Mrs.
WilUhw'i. Boolhlug Syrup," ftud laUc ud lUi«
kimi.  TwcnCS'-flvecctiUa bottle.
eJF *
Opticians agree that the light from a good oil lamp is
easier on the eyes than any other artificial light.
The Rayo Lamp is thc best oil lamp made.
It rives a strong, yet soft, while light; ond it never flickers, lt preserve the eyesight of thc young; it helps and quickens that of the old.
Ymi can pay $5, $10, or $20 for clher lamps, but you cannot get
better light than the low-priced Rayo gives.
Made of solid brass, nickcl-plakd. Easily lighted, without removing shade or chimney.   Easy lo clean and rcwick.
i_)e:.!_i. eyelyycuen 1 ot Vfrila lot li.iciii-tt.c circultr diicd l_ any tsuMJ ol
The Imperial Oi! Company, Limited
Almost a Miracle
Dr. Black, of lhe Noltlnghatn General Hotacicnl kan tcld a ro'.-.arkahle
utory In tho Nbttlngham County Court
of a minor who lia? lived anil Mked
about for five years with a hivhen
back, without tho fac*. heiiv; cuupoetcd
until recently, when an X-ray photo-
graph revealed it. The liana had, of
course, not been 1r.I3plaC1.da
' "What in a 1 a'.iccdotc, pa."
"An naecdato, tny lou, |j n short
and funny talo which at onco remind:!*
tho other fellow of n lain which is
neither short nor funny."
IF you Intend coming East thin winter we w!!l wel-
ctnnc your reservation at our hotels, situated In ilia
heart of the down-town shopping district, in   close
proximity to um Union sintlon. leading theatres and
churches, It is t.he great meeting place for everyone
fi'iiin Western Canada. American and l.uropean plana,
American  I2.B0 and upwards.
George Wright   and   Mack   Carroll,    Proprietors
Toronto's Panit_us Hotel
Economy in little things is jj-.t ai
important ns economy  in big tttiajji
will answer one of your "economy questions. 6'.) yc ir._
of con:;tEnt betterment has brought them to such pari is*
tion lliti.t one Eddy Match douj the work of sevewl others
of inferior make.
2E*2^.*3aJ8S ^V^v.:; THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS, ^B. C.
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It is useless to attempt to conceal
the "fact tbat Grand Forki bas recently loet, by removal to tbe coast
orott er paits of the country, a number of valuable citizens. Concealment will not stem, the exodus.
Therefore it is better to attempt
to discovert he cause of the disi>atis
faction. Any one acquainted with
tbe district, and having a proper
conception of tbe future prospects of
our city, would naturally conclude
that the fault is not to be found in
tbe lack of resources in our environments. Consequently it is nee
essary to engage in a brief heart-to-
heart talk with the city council and
the citizens. Some of our city ad
ministrations, notably last year's
council, have been extremely biased
and short-sighted. They have nol
only ignored enterprises and improvements in certain parte of tbe
city, but bave virtually antagonized them. The citizens, too, are
prone to pull in opposite directions,
Tbere is no unanimity of action
here. It is all right to do everything you can for your neighborhood, but tbis can be done without
antagonizing interests in other sec
tions of tbe community. Wben tbe
council and tbe people awake to
realization tbat an improvement
cannot be made within a radius of
twenty five miles of the city without
benefiting it, a new era of progress
and development will dawn in tbe
valley. Tbe Sun bas on many previous occasions advocated more harmonious co-operation to advance
the welfare of our city, but it has
been repaid for doing so by having
had stones hurled at it from every
point of the comdass.
long heralded "railway policy" will
probably be made publio in a few
The increase in the revenue of
British Columbia for 1910-11 over
the previous year was $1,618,150.33,
while the expenditures for the same
period show an increase of f 1,811
The trip of Hon. Richard Mc
Bride to the coronation cost the
province 111,000. That is probably
mucb more than it cost all Canada
to send Sir Wilfrid Laurier on the
same mission.
According to Mr. Moir's letter,
published in this issue of Tbe Sun,
last year's city council did not have
enough money to put the higb
school building in proper sanitary
condition, or to furnish tbe pupils
with an adequate supply of pnre
drinking water. It was only when it
was a question of raising or paying
salaries, or sending their friends on
us-less junketing trips, that the mem
bers of the 1011 couneil thought
themselves rich enough to carry out
tbeir plans.
Sir Willie Mackenzie and Sir Dan
Mann have had a consultation with
Premier McBride.   Mr.  McBride's
The McBride government is goign
to take advantage of the run of the
tide in a premature appeal to the
constituencies. A "railway policy"
will of course form the basis of this
appeal. Vancouver will be promised
a railway to the north' and Victoria
will be bribed by the distribution of
the Songhees reserve. Which is
statesmanship under the new cult,
—Victoria Times.
The following are tbe returns of
the ore production of the Boundary
mines for the week, and also for the
year to date:
Granby 20,565
Mother Lode  7,150
Rawhide  1,120
Jackpot      319
Emma  1,130
Lone Star	
No. 7	
Phoenix Amal	
Others      242
Smelter treatment—
Granby :17,640
B.C. CopperCo...10,807
Heintzman     DI A \fC\Q
and Gourlay .T_lf\_LlVJlJ
We purchase our Pianos outright and are therefore prepared to give our customers the best
price and the best terms. We handle only
High-Grade Pianos.
Mrs.   John Heron, of Princeton,
ii. visiting friends in the city.
Tbere are 186 telephone in this
city, 116 in Greenwood, and 80 in
The Phoenix Ski club had a 25-
mile race last Sunday for a purse of
$1.50.    It was won hy E. Engen.
J. W. Rutherford will leave tomorrow for a business trip to Vancouver.
A new crusher has been  ordered
for' tbe Granby mine in Pboenix.
Take your repairs to Armson's
Boot and Shoe Hospital, Bridge
street, Grand Forks.
For Sale at a Bargain—Two-horsepower gasolene engine. Apply J. H.
Plath, box 10, city.
Holy Trinity CmjHcn.Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a. in.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 10
a.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Week day and special services
as they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox Presbyterian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
in.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:45 a.m. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. Rev. M. D. McKee, pas
Methodist Church J. Rev. Calvert, D. D., Pastor.—Sunday services,
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;Sunday school,
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League, Monday
at 8:00 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m.; Junior League, Fridays, 7:00 p.m. Everybody will be
Baptist Church, Rev. H. VV.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Bible
diss and Sundav schuol at 10 a.m.
Show curds for Wldnpws and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make tbem brief, terse and pointed
Print  them   plainly, to be read at a
mm l
Atttumtt.ce Sf, iter jANl:AU^lst-
1.112, they are going to run
a Cash Business. Contractors, farmers and
other large buyers may run a monthly account,
but this account must be settled by cash or
note on or before the twelfth of the following
month. Remember, we will have a Cash
Price. .
called for, for 400 fence posts,
split, either cedar, fir or white
tamarac, to be not less than six inches
on top and nine feet long. Tenders
to be addressed to J. T. Lawrence,
Chairman of tbe Grounds Committee
Grand Forks Agricultural Association, P. O. Box 13, Grand Forks, B.
C, not later than the 3rd day of
February, 1912. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily aceepted.
NOTICE is hereby given that about
weeks ago there strayed to my
[•remises one sorrel mare, be
tween 5 and 9 years old; white stripe
on face; light inane and tail; white
stocking on one hind leg. Owner is
requested to eall and claim property,
otherwise the animal will be sold
after the expiration of a month tu
pay charges for its feed, etc
Robert Lawson.
Columbia, BC.Feb. 16, 1912.
Shop Next CP.R. Hotel, Columbia, B. C.
$fe Shoe Shop
Repairing of every description neatly and
promptly done.
Shop Next C.P.R. Hotel. Columbia, B.C.
Fifteenth Annual
FEB.  640, 1912
Old Timers Reunion
Febrnary 9
Good Progamme
From Tuesday night Xo
SatiinUy night.
Championship nl (hitis-h
TAe QexaJUL Store.
Ski Jumping
Champion-ship of Canada.
Championship of British
Ma.squerade and Dance,
Curling Bonspiel,
, Boxing Contest,
Children's Sports,
Horse I a es,
Handsome   Trophies  and
Prizes.   Reduced Transportation   Rates.  For further information write
R. E. Plewman, Sec.   ,
A. M. Beits, Pres.
%S we are prepared to give the people of (Irand Forks
all the Choicest cuts of
Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal and Poultry
Of All Description
Fish, Oysters and all tne
Delicacies of the Season
P. BURNS 8 CO., Ltd.
The only policy holder who
doesn't need to pay his premiums is dead. The only man
who doesn't need to advertise
is the man who has retired
from business.
Our time, knowledge and
experience in the printing
business is at your disposal
when you are in need of something ir this line. Don't forget this.
Don't forget that The Sun hag the
best'job printing deparrment in tbe
Boundary country.
Remember that every added
subscriber helps to make this
paper better for everybody.
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Mfiken or Gai Produoer Plants aud Oil
KnKitiBifor general power or electrical
lighting purpoiet.
Meuri. Dlek, Kerr A Co., Ltd., Prtiton,
England. Equipment for Mines and Con*
tractor* Light Locomotives (steam ami
electrical), eto.
Ktprling Telephone Co., portable shot-
firing n.ai-l.lnt'Rfor miners, contractor',
prospectors. Tjie bent ou the market.
Write for paUicu!ais.
Motors, Uetiernto , Electrical Supplies-
Slfctno-infHtlntr  <"«l Conking Apparii
til*. St-itflUfl huUt-Hea, **H'.
Votir   eooulrlef  will  receive  our   prompt
. iit._.'i.   W:ltt. fni-ii.foim'tloii.
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KiuiMim* traders throughout the world to
coin mun If ate direct with Knglish
In eaeh class of Bonds Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and its
fuburhs. the directory contains list** of
with the Uoode they at.in, mid tha Colonial
and Foreign Markets they supply:
rirrnnged under the Ports to which they sail.
and Indicating the approximate Sailings:
of leaning Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., In
the principal provincial towns ami Industrial
oi. nt re* of the United Kingdom.
A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, ou receipt of Postal
.>nlt»r for 20ft.
Dealers t-weklng Agencies ean advertise
t tielr trade cards lor £1, or larger advertisement* from £3.
25, Abcliurcli Lane, Lomlon, E.C.
Practical Plumber
All  work guaranteed.
Only experienced workmen employed.    Estimates furnished.
Bicycle repairing and
ltit"}a"l<' •.llinll'iort.
\\_in j_w pen    Avenue
Orltrlual Mineral Clailm. situate It. Ihe
litutaal Forks Minimi Division of Yale District.
Where lot'a'eal: In llraaw.i'aa cainit.
TAKE NOTICB that I. Alcxaa.alcr V. Ilurr.
I Cree vliters' Certificate No. MtWB, 'ur
myself staal ox uitent for Charles K. Baker.
Free Miners' C.-riillenlo Nai. :l'*'4H. In-
tentl, sixty tlaa a, front tlte tiataa hereof, tat «p.
ply to tbe Mltilny Recorder for a Certllleate
of Improvement, late the purpose of obtain-
Iriff a Caoaatt llrantof the alaove claim-
And further tnke iintlce lhat action, .unlet
section ,11,  must he comim-noeil before tlte
issuance of  s.irh Certificate of   Improve- ■
Dated this '-8th day of Jtine, A.D. lull.
Tale Land District, District of Similkameen.
TAKK notice that Hubert P. Pane of Olds,
Alberta, occupation Farmer, intends to
apply for 'permission to purchase the foi*
latwiufr described lauds:
Commeiiolnir at a post planted about :aa
ohains north or the northwest corner of Lut:
11MS.. on Deep Greek, anil about five miles
east of the town of Cascade: thenoe north
40 chains; thenoe west 40 ohains; thence
south.sOchalns; thence east tOohaius to point
of commencement
J. R. Cransttin. Agent.
Dated September -'nil. llll. THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
wcim ti wnimtt pairs '""
Latest Picture of Borden
Hsori te piiltsciilie  to
n newspaper, or It) renew, if ulreiifiy
i subscriber;
A Statement of Facts Backed Bate ef the Third Annual fo ""J'^jbeUer
hy a Strong Guarantee    |   Grand Forks Exhibition,
September 26-27
Our pnper is as fi'in'l
thiiiininiiv.  Why
Wta faiiltl'aHltOfl iiiiTiiediitto lind   posi-
tiu' relief t.i nil MilltTHi'H from   tiiimiti-      The. British Columbia  Agricultural
piiliatii.    In   eveiy   uase   where   our  Fttit'8   association   wns  in  session in
leiin-ilv fails tp ilo'tltis we lyill return   Victoria on Monthly, antl among other
Uie iiiiniev psitl for it    That's u frank  business   allotted  the  dates (or fairs
stiitt'incntnf fact", nnd we   want   you   throughout   the   province   in    1912,
to fliili-.laiitiii.t__ it nt our ml;. The tlranil Forks fair "ill ho held tin
.Kexnll Oi'tlerlies tire eaten jusl like  Hopteiulier   26   anil   27', Nelson. Sep-
cainlv, are   pai-tia-ulni'ly  pninitlt   anil  teiuber -■'! to _!5; Craiihrook, Septeiu-
ttgreeablt! iu notion, maty lie  taken   at her   18 and  l'J;  Kaslo, Oetober ID;
any time, day or night; do   nut  cause   Windeinerc,   .September   20  ami 21;
diairttoii.,   nausea,   gripinu, excessive Trail,   September   25 and 2t>; tjieeu
Itioseness, or oilier undesirable effects.   *ouiS, September 30, Golden, Septum-
They have a very mild but posiliva ao>  ber 24; Nd* Denver, Oetober '2.
tion upon the orgons with which they      Premier McBride  and    Hon. Price
[come in contact, apparently  acting as   Edison addressed tlie convention. The
a regulative   tonic upon   the  relaxed  former euniplimeuted  the  agrioultur-
museular coat taf the bowel, thus over-  ists of British Columbia upon the ex-
coming   weakness,   ami aiding to re-  cedent progress of the industry. Since
store the bowels to more vigorous and  the fairs organization started the eon-
henlthy activity. tlitions   of the   industry   had greatly
Uexall Orderlies are unsurpassable improved, he said.  "The markets were
nntl ideal for the use of  children, old  better and steadier, the  scope of  ex
folks and delieate persons.  We eauuot  periment had become wider'and   more
too highly recommend them to all suf   productive   of   results  nnd generally
ferers from any   form   of constipation   tho industry was on a higher plane.
and-its attendant evils.   That's  why
we bai_ik our faith   in   tliem   witli our
promise of money baek if they do   not
give entire   satisfaction,    Three sizes;
12 tablets,   10 cents; 36 tablets, 28
cent*; 80 tablets, 50  cents.   Uemein-
ber, you can obtain  Rexall  Remedies
in Grantl Korks only at our 'store—
The Rexall Store.    H. E. Woodland.
repreiisi'iits the welfare atul
f the community ami di*
trict with which it is identified, and
in; apart from its local value, an all
round up-to-date ngWRjiaper.
The recent change of governmetil
has made iheHpti Mr. Borden tin
penlral Hgnreof our.Canadian publio life. Many would like a good
picture of bllii. VVe can supply nni
EltlSE We will send nny one OUI
papfr for a year, and the >\ fiekh
Mail nn'I i'.aniaire (the regular run
ul whicb is tl'.OO p*r yeaarj for tht
nine period, the twultifeether, t" iii
elude free picture aaf tbe new Cain
.ii.in premier, for 81.60.
The Borden pint-lira is on Bin
paper suitable for framing, in photi
tints, 18x24 inches, untl is in itsell
ais a wink of art, easily worth thi
price til a year's subscription In
■ ilhi'r paper. Send all orders lo thi
olliee i.f Ihis paper.
Sarnie husiuesH men are, so fond of
being deceived that tbey even en.
alea.or tn believe lhal Ihey ('an reach
iheci'iisniners of this district with
mil udvertit-ingin The Sun.
Sherman's Inspiration
The Chinese prototype of the Sherman anti-trust law is beautifully brief
and simple, lt contains but four
paragraphs, which are us follows:
Those who deal with merchants unfairly are to be beheaded.
Those who interrupt, cuinmdrco are
to be beheaded.
Those who attempt'to close tbe
markets are to be beheaded.
Those who maintain the prosperity
of commerce are to be rewarded;
Hotel Colin
Opposite Great Northern Station
'■'■ MioV^^.tj-J-LrJi^-.
Recent); completed and
newly furnfetaed tjiroiitfh;
out. Conveniently lucnteil
for ra-lway men. 1'irst-
elass iiceomnHidutions fur
traugtentt. l*» u r <l u n d
rooms bv the week nt pre-
Vallliiff ratot.   Pl«o line of
. y »■* _?rnn» >f t-*.i '-aar;-'CWIBI--"    I     &. vh    iisruli'S,    .'in'' one i
&$ ■■*TsMt\\If. Sl; Jvn« :gP:   lG*Bfcr*J«.«     wines, l«Morg and 6W
_»■*'.-• "___-_^-'-_,? ^fri? *___■< ■•________" r_____.", thi • !■■ *■  — ■ —   - •  "---■ **■
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"!^**st-~~~•;- — -- _•_ _ -  3 ..   .3    Orand Forks, B. C.
A Busy Anecdote
A private soldier once rendered
some slight service to the first Napoleon.
"Thank you, captain." said the. em-
pornr, carelessly.
"In what regiment, sire." was the
instant response of the quick-witted
"In my guards," replied the em-
psrtir, pleased with the man's ready
This incident, with appropriate va
nations, also happened to (ietighis
Khun, Ivan the TerribkyAttilu, Gu's-
tnvus'Adolphus, Louis XIV, Charlemagne, Alexander, King Alfred!
Xerxes, Richard the Lion hearted, and
Henry of Navarre.—Success,
Tlio high price of living has
not affected pur job printing
prices. We're are still doing
high class commercial work ot
tdf kinds at prices satisfactory
to you.
Most nf tbo articles nn bow to
choose a husband are written by worn
en who never had a chance.
The man who marries a woman for
her money ami the wonitui who marries a man to reform hiin are just
ahout paired.
A new lot of latest, designs of program ami menu cards jusl received al
Tnu SON jnb olliee.
PilUNF 64 (i..A..D FORKS, il, I
The Bsautiful Picture for Grand Forks Sun and Montreal Family Herald and Weekly Star Subscribers
this Season.   <*_y4r_ inspiration of Love and
Affection—ciA Picture that will be like a
Member  of  the  Family—A   Daily
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'I'ilK Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal, acknowledged to be
j     the ureiiiest and bent family and fnrm paper on tbe continent, has on
many occasions given its rentiers most delightful  premium picture.
hot th;s sfi.-nn thev have secured whnt is beyond any question of doubt
ibe fn-sl picture, •■ n|  m vepaper readers.   It in entitled "Home
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ailiieh In1 broke in hl« struggles fnr freedom dangling from his collar.
His familiar bark brings bis little mistress, Marjorie, to the (loor and
she throws her arms around her trusty playmate's neck witli cries of "joy
which bring ber mother nn'rl brother to ibe door, "Laddie" ie equally
delighted l" be."Home Again." and answers ber welcome by putting bis
paws nn her shoulder mul resting bis bead against her breast wilh a little
whine, which in bis dug language melius—"Wbere I love is Hume."
The sweet-laced young mother, a woman of soft curves, tender eyes
arid partetl lips—tbe two glad-eyed children—an eager buy with bair like
his mother's and the t|iiiek gesture of excited boyhood; the wnrin-hearteil
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ihe beautiful collie, all go to form n picture that will win a favored place
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The picture is by the celebrated artist, Arthur J. Klsley, famous for
bis skilful and sympathetic painting nf children nnd animals.
Thn beautiful picture "Home Again" on heavy plate paper 22x20
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The small sum of $1.30 will secure the two papers for a full year in-
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lailiaa   lur   OlilOlliliefl   lima    -,,••   'Ha-'    flltll(llj'   HU-
Tlw demand nirtin.
all ai'-a-. alll aaa-taaiianiiai
Tlm mdjairit.' .ai lilt,
from .iuii|iliiol allcbnc.,
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a tiritytif tli,, tlllver Tytiewn a-r
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laa; Krai aal lalaivajr-aal Typewriting ifl all laiaaial.
A  Quarter  oi a Million People
are SI-I'i d Mney witn
Siicrmntnrrliopn. Organic WeaUupp,
Ln*i vtiri.r. ViiHciirclc. HxlriiPBle, i'oh«
truateilJ)Uon)et9. S|){-<illi- Blood fnlimi.
PIIob uml Btrtetar«t—ri-Rtorlntrnllatfeitlod
ortcatia to normal ami hetiltli.v notion in
tlie  li-ii tent poHnlblb ipnce of time.
See  All the  Forms  of  Diseases
of Men.
CotiinttaMnu aiirl inatriMtlon Iwoklot
ii .■ .i .nt f .'i i.> mull.
210 HOWATO 3T.,
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At the Mead'
The nun at lhe head of alf.urs
whether at home of in busim.s>. is
thc one wl.Obc attcntlptl yuu wish
to attract.
Our paper BOd into tlit best diss
of homes anil is teatl hy the hend iif
the family. That accounts fot the
results obtained hy (he use of
Classified Want Ads.
Th e Sia // dard J Isible • Vrit&i
Tho Oliver Typo writer is   a   money- n
'Jit num thiMV.ir.l "L-it!"   SncHSl I" mil   llm
..■ liiiiciN jMion net iii iln* *vx|*i*rt" fins-,   huh
njOlj Mm       1.1- lho in:, 'hin.* pi\ tin* IT I I
our- iiiulRlIabnyvttifcl lnyoure.
WluTevt'r ymi nre, there I* wo ; to he <l nn
iidtamiB) toii(*iiui.|:' by i.-i iu tho iHiver. Thi
hen* ure Hut ciioiikIi tn -uiiplv the iluinam
riii.lraiihirii.-s are wiii»Mei*.ibljr ubove thme •
mny clsuseK o[ wm Kith ,
\n Oliver Typewriter in Every Home
Thnt is Ihe hatlleerv t.iitnv. A e haVemidi
'.iltM.fn-fii.'ciii hn iiius-fl. Nowcoinci theeoi
. ..s; of tin- home,
I lie himplielty llllil slM'iii.lh ofthe Oliver lit i
nr family use.   li i- hfpiimhic nn Imiiortnu
I'l'ir in tho lu  trnlDtng of wnnnr |it?<ip!i
i n 1'iliifiitiT ns well us 'i nnmey miller.
Our nun* aelline phut imta Hie Oliver on th
iiie-h. hlodv-'iy bmne In Amprimi.   wni v«
mm- tin- door nl your Dome iro live mi thli re
i-ul'iit I- Oliver oil r?
Write fur funher rlctalU of is*, nffer nt i
i fn*i*i*op> ufthfuen Oliver cat aing,   /M  rew
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
llliaar la|,.avi|!i..|| Hlllllllllg,
City and Suburban
I7AXJ7& PT. LOT between
s 11.im tu d third atreets,
j-ut above Judtio heaioy'i
ul fl II. Qaw'l   I'lnrfs; neii-
I from alt other propertlei hy tO-lf*
in*: a-, hir-i'ii- seven or eight ordinary loin.
Ijuliiinj,' lot> nre w«rOi >1 D| winild tunhe
Im I i, with lufflcietit aro und tor ••hick-
tii frnll, L'lirdcu nnd   lii.ui; most   ueflirable
tnitioii in eity.
HI ACItl.S ll.ljaalaalam
illy limit, aall a, aula:
II aaa-ra-fl ,-!••.,»- ■: |A0
frllit lla'.i*; aaa-M l.aaif-
an    hOIIHI   laaarii   fat    -ix      Illllfla'S;   laaar»,a.
my.aloitblo hurnin. •nil t.,r.i.li.ii Ina.ala.
nt-     AII Inr ,<...'i«i    Kaifly ti-i-nn.
AJkA     Fliril-litlllM la'tli'SK
?   v iJLl     ""•' I'I     ■    a.f |„|,|t,a..fl
****eaP*SW  taenfj-ol  la,»„, ilindo
1,-t.fl. fruit i.-,',--..laa-rry liaislai... Ii.ru-.* (rnrtlfill.
Mil alio •oil (timitura ol boui. if Smlntl.
aiiiia-liulf t';,sla. haaliaaaa-a. tt'tniaa.
,—P>i  inilcH from town;
7-roiiin   Imiisf,    |.lii»*-
aredi laraebutriryshed,
__ woodshed i 150 fruit
ireo*. 10 bearing) -'.j acres strawberries,
looseberriesi eutrfttitA, rasplierrles i Iree from
(rost: th*< beat loeattonaroiiud Grand Parks)
idi'iily   uf  ru.i'l   wuter; Irult un-l orop in
-nptwepa'. mid i in*ii"
In WeatliiHl of eity
lil-' nliui soil, nil u
d*1 ru! Ivntloti) mii.i I
bouse'i Woodslieil nnd mitbuUdlnf*; well and
puiiip: eood fence. This i> n lacrifloe, as on u*
am abont toleftyeclty. Terms.
Fnr furl hot* information  re
gardiug tlie above properties
call ur nth Irons
for 1912 f'T only <1.75; also ail the
issue:, ftar Lliaa .villaining weeks of 1911,
Free, it is your hist chalice to get
the pap^r at this price. On January
1, 1912, it will be atlvuuceU to $2.00.
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Serials and Olher Stories.
The 52 Issue? of 1912 will contain
the equivalent of 30 volumes of ttie
hest reading, Including luaarly 3"u
Stories, Articles lay l'.imous Writers,
Athletics fair Doji, Chats with ('.iris,
the Doctor's Weekly Counsel, etc.
Semi for Annosneement fir l"i: o„d.Simple
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Every Now Sabie-rfbef who cult out
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All the Issuoi for lhe ntneUitnf
weeks of 1911 fr^e, bteludlnf the
beautiful Holiday Numbers; kJm BH
The Companion'i Picture Calen-iar
for 1012. lithographed in 12 >-•■'.• *
and gold (an ftlra cop? being sent to
every one malting a gift subscription).
Then The Companion for the 52
w...-.is of 1912-all for $1.75—your
last chance at litis price. On January
1, 1912, It will be advanced to $3,
We moan the kind of cough it given
one a colal shiver just to hear—the dry,
dcep-sealcd hack—hack—hack—t hat
seems as if it were tearing the very
vitals.> That's the kind of cough that
means business.
Fortunately, though, tliat is also one
of the kiuals of cia.agli for winch Na-Dru-
Co Syrup of .Unseed, Licorice and
Clilaaloalyne was first prescribed, anal
whicli lt has been relieving with gnat
proihptness and regularity ever since.
Na-Dru-Co Syrupof J.insec-d, Licorice
anal Chlorodyne Is absolutely free from
harmful drugs of any kindj and is safe
eva-n fairchilalren. Itispleas.intlotake,
and acts quickly, rellevingUn; Irritation,
loosening the phlegm; promoting ex-
pcctoraliotl, ami so snapping the cough.
Thoitsamls declnreit lo he the best cough
syrup Ihey have ever tried.
" Your Druggist will gladly recommend
lt, anal will snpplyyotiwiuteitheraasc.
or soo, bottle. The National Drug' &
Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,* 116
A Trail of Twisted Trees
All manner of devices have been
employed to mark a line of march, but
it Is thought that thc most curious
method of "blazing the trail." Is that
mill to be seen in Africa. In tha year
lSSfi, after a fierce bailie with Uie
Abyssinian;, the dervishes pursued
thc foe a* far aa the lake district. The
uiahdl's mon had small knowlelge of
geography and little topographical In-
tell'gonee. So the advance parly, in
order to mark the route for those who
eamo after and also to guide the
force on Iheir return Journey, twisted
lho saplings along Ihe way Into living
knots. Tlie war ended, but lhe tied
trees grew and flourished, although
unoputbly twisted and distorted, and
are now lho only reminders of that uprising of the dervishes.
^""flfJ.'-a- _>V>fS.      *Si>'5-S*OP>».*i3»
Timc Has Tested It.—111'. Tbouiot.'
Ecleetrlc Oil has hern on lho market
upwards of thirty years and In that
time It has proved a blessing to thousands, lt. is in high favor,throughout
I Canada and Its excellence has carried
I its fame beyond the seas, lt has no
I equal in the whole list, of liniments.
If lt were double tho price it would
ho a cheap liniment.
Thc Difference
Young Hopeful,—Father, what Is a
traitor in polities'.'
Veteran Politician.—A traitor Is a
man wiio leaves oui party and goes
over to the other one.
Young Hopeful.—Well, then, what
Is a man who loaves his party and
comes over to yours?
Veteran Politician.—A convert, my
Faith And Wor!<3
Visitor—Everybody's going to church
today. What's tho reason?
Citizen—It's just the 'hope * that
springs eternal in the-human breast.'
Our baseball team Is at the bottom of
the league, nnd Reverend Qi.de is going to preach en "Tho Last Shall he
nulcldy ninp.. coughs, curea coa-.!;;, hecla
ilia, throat onai (unrig
Faapid Action
Firsl Typewriter Girl.—She's a pretty (pile!; operator, isn't she.
Second typewriter Girl.—Quick. I
rhoiild say she was. She hadn't been
In her Job two weeks before she was
engaged io her boss.
Minard's   Llr.ii.'cnt   Cures   Distemper.
"What Is tlie Itoy lo success?"
"Tho ab llty to make people pay."
'Tay for what they gel?"
"Xo.  pay for what you tell them
they aro getting."
fer Red, Wnk, W«try,W«Urj Ejm ui
Murine Doesn't.S at art-Sooth.-Eyol'sta
D.'Gre.__* Ssll Hwi-j. Y,e P-a____!?...: icH. iU. Ul, SI.S*
Ma'.a-aiaa. Eva ilaalve, ia. Aaarrt'ta. Tttfe**, 23a_, 31.IW
Please tell mc how to put a first
class shine on tan and black patent
leather shoes. ('. T.
Olivo oil is a good dressing for patent leather. Apply with a hit of old
flannel and afterwards polish with a
Efl-'ft cloth.
Unless tli" btioes he very rusty, they
may bo polished with the palm el lho
bare, warm hand.   The Blight ollness
of the skin bring.; out a nice gloss.
mm en RJtn m
(moil uu Dnu DnD
Hoad Broke Out, Spread to Arms,
Legs and Entire Body, Itched So
He Would Scratch Until Blood Ran.
Ona_ Box 6f Cuticura Ointment and
Nearly One fyke of Cuticura Soap
Cured Him, Has Had No Return.
"When ni;.' boy •;...; about t!-.r.-t. montha
Old,   llH llC IU b! ''-*■•■ OUl   v.rli -   :':.'. Willi '*■
waa vdi.' It \y and i i a ■*. itery fluid, Y_'u
tried ovi rytblnfl wa * iuld but ho i ot wonw
i.:i lho llm •. 'a.1 ll ... 'i lo I am , i- ■
a:ul i!'''.i t-o 'ii.. ot lire body, (to gi I no I>__ t
that ho ci mo ne it tl int;, ri • r.' ih v. ■•:', I
Itch 10 llm I i" m !-. scratch till tho bl I
r.'.n, mill 11 ihtn > ;■ "."i ,1 stuff v-miM bo all
overtoil pillow i'i tho morning, ) li d ta pt I
1 iitteiu ou Ills banda to prov. nl hltu I i
1.   kl:.  ii-1 as eo w< - '■i nd nm dpi ■ tl Ll
liQ'took fainting spells ua 1( ha w ■  :.
Ho waA 1 Imoal.'. •:.' lelonond ItulUUe banda
wero tbin Uke < laws,
"Ho wns bnd about eight months*. ■ i
tried Cntlcura Rui n-dles. I bed nol laid Mm
down In !._. cradM I.i tho daytime for a ....■:.,*■
whllo. I washed him with Cutloura. I napai •!
. put on ono uppllcat&m of Cuticura Ointment
&:id li1 '■-:) i j soothed thui ho could rtccp,
Youdun I know how gl (11 washe fell '■■■■ tli r.
It too*; on.: box ol Ct Icura Obtmcnt and
pretty ne ■ onocaho od uti lira I wpia c iro
him, I think our boy would have died bus
fo'Mho Cuticura Itemed! id! halla'lwaya
remit 11 n Crm i :. nd ol tin m. lie was • tu I
mun* than twont ■■ ...--. ■■.■; tli *■■■ h,-.,
binii no return i;' '.li I nble, I shall !>o
Clad io liavo yon publish ttib iru i sti t
¥ol l:'., cure," ( :     .; v i. M. c. MaiiliDd,
1 Jasper, Ontario, I uy 27, ltUOi
For moro i ..a..;.- iteration nr.otherahava
found ;■ speedy, agreeable and ccondmlcal
trcatmonl for their qkhvtortnred Uttle.onoa
In Cutltura f?oop e *1 Olntmot.t, AlHioiij-'i
tli-1} oro sold by drtt^glal. ond deal ra every-
WbtfrcallberalaamplaofoachmayhQdbti. t
freo, from tho F ■"■. Drug 4- Chem. Corp,*,
bc!l prdps,, 63 0 luntbaa Ave,, Doaton( U.-j.A.
She—"Oil. thank you for the pen.
ink nnd noto pnper, wniter. May I
use tills address?"
gaiter.—"Certainlyi- madam. Wo
shall also bc pleased, to glvo you a'
stamp, anil lead you the manager to
lick It."
She.—"Thank you. But don't you
think your tongue would be long
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Ac...
A militiaman returning to barracks
late one ni^ht, munching his supper oi'
bread and satin age, was accosted by
the sentry: "Halt! Who goes there?"
"A militiaman and a sausage!"
"Halt, eausage! Pass on. militiaman! ' was the instant,reply.
Quebec Poclmastcr was confined tc
bed when he stsrtcd to u?e Dodd'o
Kldr.cy Pills—They cured him.
Tippins, Pon'iac Co., Quo. —
(Special),—Postmaster V. Tippins, ol
this placo, who for tiii'co yeara. lia=
kcci; more or loss of an lit'.aliti, anti
\,lia: Cor some lime was confined to hit.
lied, is up autl around again, S healthy anil lietiriy man. Do-Jd « Kidney
Pill* cured Wm.
"Aftor recovering from an -.ttiHek tu
'iripaio," Ihe l'or.linaiu't cays in ti.!
ii.K ihe story cf his cute. "1 fo(-k a
pain in my lack antl 1 sutTorcd for
nearly three years, finally getting so
bad that 1 was eotannsd to "my Lt'ai.
"Ono day I told my v. il'o to go and
got me some IJctltl's Kidney Pilla, aa
lhat would ho lho last medicine 1
would try After using about half the
box I began to teol better, so 1 kept
on Inking tliem. When I. Hatl .taken
two boxes I war, abic to g"t up, and
ten boxes cured me completely.
Tho principal danger of Grippe is
tho after offects. Tho way to guard
against thin is strengthen the Kidi i;
ho they ean strain all the dregs oi the
disi ase out ot the blood. D.idti';- Kidney Pills are always ihe last medicine anyone lakes for Kidney (Mi ■. 0
It always cures and no otlier medicine is needed.
' IP.EK[Pii»K]
I" •*****• • --*'  "*•—"**"■■*■--—-■—■ —--~■——-■
Tlio great bulk of liomrt baking is no lorigoif necessary. "Let
MOONEY do it." IVtOOf-lEY'S BISCUITS are made
right nt your own door and are on yonr grocer's shelves
as fresh as they leave the oven.
They are (lie only biscuit which comes to your table frMh
enough to take the place of your own home baking.
arc sold in air-tight packages—or sealed lins. If you havo
never used tbem you have atlcliglitful treat in store.
MOONEY'S are ifiado in Winnipeg,
a Western biscuit for Western people,
.Vice.—What a niSe, boorish f:-l!ow
Brown is!
r i.el.—Whol. did he do, dear?
_"■' it-r-.—\\ 1'y he gave nie hts seal In
tiie siveot e;.r w.thCav v -fi  ig   -.-,     ■ .
Science Says Alum is Unfit for Use in
Ill Groat Britain no one i., allowed
to sell alum lllddeh in baking powder, because thc English law protects the people from thia injurious
Canada has not yet cnacicd a law
against the uso cf alum, and as alum
in baking-powder cannot bo detected
by Its appearance, many man ifaa-
turcrs aro using this condemned acid
because it Is a cheap adulterant.
It is a fact that alum in your'
stomach produces the same disagree-
able results to the delicate organism
ii3 you will feel in your mouth Inputting a tiuy piece on your tongue.;
Science .'hows that alum reduces lbe'
flew of tho gastric Suicen and we_'.Ua..:is
thrall' power ol assimilation. (failafnB
indigestion and the Ills that follow.
Ko housewife should Lay a baking-
powder made by a manufacturer that
is afraid to print tho ingrpdleivU
plainly on tlio label of civch can, aud 1
lho wording should state that, there
is no alum in disguise inside. |
'   Tcoli Precaution;
Unskilled diaol. (to gamekeeper..—
"I'm awfully sorry I shot your dog."
"Don't wony about that, sir: I left
, i best ono'at homo In case of acci-:
"I'm afraid you may think wo arc
giving you a lot of fish" (his week, old
man," said tiie gonial host, an thoy
sat down to dinner. "Tho fact is. my
: wife has goi liolal of what sounds like
a really capital dsvlco for removing a
tlsh-bono stuck in tbo throat, and we
want to see it it works."
"I never yet saw a man who talked
llko the lioro of f story," said -Mrs.
I    "Well,  replied  ber    husband,    "I
• never saw a woman who looked like
tlio picture in a 'Ladles' Journal."
Jones had just, rim over to seo lt
Mr. and Mra; Blank would go to tlio
theatre with tbem. Mrs. blank was
sorry, but, fortunately, Blank was
out. Probably ho wns at the club. Sho
would-telephone. The following conversation ensued:
"Halloa!    Is lliis tlie Club? Il
j my husband there? Halloa! Not
i there? Sure? Well, all right, flien;
; .hut hold on. How do you know? t
• haven't even told my nnme."
j "There aiii'l. nobody's husband here
. —never," was the wlso attendant's
| reply.'
1 w.is cured cf Rheumatic Gou* l.y
Halifax. ANDREW  KlNfJ.
I wan cura'd of Acute Bronchitis by
Ill   i ■
l  was diced c.r Ai utc Rheumatlsni
I -    ■   :    RD'S 1 IN .1       a
Marltham, Out.     • . S. BILLING
Lakeflold, Quo., Od. II, 1907.
Pills of Attested Value.—Parmo-
Ic.i'j Vcgotabld Pills an tbe result of
careful study of the propo ties cf certain roots and herbs, and the acticu
of such as sedatives and laxatives on
tiie digestive ap|iaratii3. The success
ihe compounders ha', e mot with a!-
tosts the value of their work. Those
iiilb! havo been reoognized for umnj
years aa the best clfa-i.es of the system that ean be got. Their excellence
was recognize;! frcm tile f:rt*t and
they grow mere popular daily.
?.*ollior.—What do you tblnk yo'.i
will '.'.'.alto out of my daughter's tal-
i nt?"
Professor.     (absent-mindedly); —
".'.belt   ..-.."iO a lesson, if the piano
hold   out."
Strong Healthy Women
If a v«)map is string find healthy in o womanly way, motherhood means to her but little suffering, Thc trouble li^s
in till) fact that the mflhy women culfer irottj weakness uml
disease of the di'.ti.'.cdy feminine organism and are unfiltctl
ior mojUieThood.   This cnn bc remedied..
Dr. Pierce's Favorite fescrlption
Cur?. t*io irc'tkneGjcs n:itl disordCtjra of v/or.-.cr.
I* a_at'-. directly on thp delioat* and imporlnr.t
ov«i^nr. coiiccruid in ra'.otbcrhood, Eir.kiaji tbcru
hcr.ithy,   siroog,   vigorous,   viri'.c   ond   elastic.
"Favorite Prc3crip'.aon" baniaUoa tho indt..positions ol tbe
p_rio;l of expectancy r.r.d miikcs baalty'tt advent easy r.nd
clmoei; p.ilalc-ij.   It  quiakciis  ond vil-.iliz.eai the  [cnuaino
orj.ins, nnd insarcsa a !».!tlty and rubu-it  baby.   Thousands  of women hav*
testi'.rd to its marvelous nierlta.
/_' Mskcs Weak Women Strcr.':.     li Makes Sick li'ometi Well.
Honest druggists do not oiler nubatitufes, and urge them upon you os " just
a: i^ood."   Accepfno secret nostrum in phi:!- of this itou-secrct renjedy._   lt
contains r.ot a drop of alcohol end not a j;_ai_i cf b-abit-lonning or injurtoui
tia-uais.   Is a pure gtyoerle extraot of bcai'r.f;, native American roots.
W.N.U.   No. 87-
His Trump Cirri.
"The half has never bi        111 i   ,'
eali] the Qiiei 'i oC .-lu I;  lo Sol unon.
.   \. In a, .:i    Sol I. ..i
pleased, fi r i..  re. I1 n .1 thi    th    rlsl
ior was truly lmpi63Sa l i.. the manj
a/!-    |en     ai!''.l   i,l   .all.,.1,
"But," he BOllltfd af 111 v., rd, "eve:;
If blua i...ai -aa.it been o mpli ■ ly •■■ ir
priced I had ono ti'lek up my ule iVo
■ 1   W.lt; gol 1"   10  lll.au: "ia.;.-;  BOU1C  .'■   I
thi> bargaiu Balos In the bazaars   11
neoesi ary.   i' ippily. we may   allow
thi m to wall until som ■. future
■ -Woman's World.
lovo ct Display
Tlio door bell of lho Vanity's house
rang al .alaaaii: elgbl o'clock ono ulorbt,
anil Mrs. Jfaiilty said oxciteCi? to her
"There, Charlos, 1 know that's 'lie
fi'.rn'.tiuo van coming with tlie r.ew
bedroom Bull i wo bought today, and
if It ia 1 Just won't receive It, thn
all." <
"Why noi?" asltod Mr. Vanity.
"Why not?'' replied Mro, Vanity. "Do
you'think I am g.iiu-. lo pay 5100 tor
a suite and thi il have if senl oui hi r"o
after dark so that none of tho - :-.■:
born can sec It. whin; It's bron.;:; in.
•\ot If I know lt."
:.iiv. Oidtlmor—Wheu wo were In
i yp| wo vlsii.d tho pyramids, Thoy
were |us( covered with hlorbglphlos
Mrs. Newrlch—Horrors I Weren't
you nfra'.d Hum bob i of ihe ugly things
a, ...a ,1   J.a-I   tall   yoll?
lia -.-.lit—I bol-ovo l-i   ii-"   Kroatesl
|. -a -\ i a the I'l'i-e'a'ai  la":-,' -  -,
,h -..all- Vih, and you think th--
greale t number Is number cue.
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all sorts a I a oftll an i bi a - Iftil pros-
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Bnd girl agents evorytrhoiia. Soid a
pom card nad get our catalogue and
full particulars.
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Clean, Dry Ffeat
Clean, dry heat, with no
smoke os- odor and with
no flying ashes os* soot—
that is what you get with
a Perfection Smokeless
Oil Heater.
T he Pcrfecli.ta is lhe mott rclt-
alilo and convenient healing device
you can-find, It is always ready
Inr use. There are no pipes or
fiti:8 or wire:; to bother yon. Yon
can pick it up and take ii wherever
extra warmth is wanted.
Every mechanical improvement tliat
Kiperienca could suge'st was elready
embodied in the Perfection Heater.
Thi. year wo hava tried lo add lo iti
appearance. Tlio drams are finished
cither i.i turquoise-blue enamel or plain
tied, as you prefer; nickel trimmings;
Bl ornamental tu it is indispensable to
A rpedal dUlomtalic devics absolutely preven'.^
MA.oki._g, Atl parts ett.ily cleaned. Gallon lajr.1;
la:'-, Qiao liou:_.   Cool handle; damper top.
D.-!;;_ cv_rywi-Ebt: cf write (or t_.-,_ri,-'iic circtibr to
ctar •_ency ol
The Imperial Oil Company, Limited THE SUN, GRAND FORKS. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Old Flame
lie Said That He Would Love
tier Always
Copyright bv American Press Asyo-
ci.ui.iii. 1911.
tiny. more, unhappy marriage* among Isee her bost.   Tbe leave sbe took of
tbem tban among other persons," j mc was without warmth.   After she
All went fairly well llll 1 noticed la   bad gone 1 went In nnd told Fred.
There was n good reason why Fred
' Boyutoo nnd I should marry. It wus
But ii tuntjer of finance. Our estates
iialu't ildjulu-lu fact, we hud no estnte*. The truth Is Hint Mrs. lloynton
trtis ..a fond of hie lis she would Imve
been of ber own daughter, If sbe bad
lind one— fonder possibly, for some
mothers ujid daughters don't get on
Tory well together. My mother, who
was Mrs. Boyutun's lifelong friend, died
when I wus fourteen yours old, and
Sirs. B'.'yiittin look mo to live with bar.
I never understood wby It was ibat
tbe woman loved me so well and approved of nie so bljj.hly. It seemed to
nn' tbut I wns a very ordinnry sort of
girl, neither bad nor good, neither
clever uur dull, neither attractive nor
It was evident Ibat Mrs. Boyuton
bud set ber heart on ber son nud I
mulling a inntob I'rtmi the time 1 eame
lo a innri'iugeutile age. lint, ulns. Ffcd
hud to go nml fall In love wltb Bello
(iaiodwln, wbich spoiled It all. He was
In tilttuetive fellow, nud 1 bad no objections whatever to mari'.v:iig 111 in,
■ ltd even If 1 hnd been Indifferent to
bim I iliiuli I sbould have yielded to
tlie desire of bis mother Unit he and I
tbniild both be ber children us husband
antl wife.
Hut Fred became liifutnnted wllb
the nihil!- girl, I use the Wof(I iilfnt-
tinted because be seemed blind to
tbe selllsluiess of liar treatment of bim.
Klie ticcepied bis intentions, engaged
bei-scif to bim. Iben win ti nni.tlier man
tbt; wanted came silting sbe broke with
Fred. Sim did nm gel ibe oilier man,
but sho nnd Fred did not reunite.
It was uol long nfter her break with
bim Hint Fred" en me lo me ami suid Ills
mother so greatly; desired our union
that -so far us lie wns concerned be
was willing lo gratify ber. Hut be felt
that It wus due me Hint 1 should know
■band bad nny fault ttr tind with me, without relinquishing lt entirely,
mid 1 had none to. lind with him. Hts ] "There has- been a change In all
trial her seemed to eonsitler the mar- Ithnt.'' he replied. "1 can go now."
rlagt* just Hie snme as any other union j l was ohllgcd to tell Miss Goodwin
between livo persons who bad gone jwlint In hnd said. Sbe made a poor
through a regular season of love und nttempt to conceal her chagrin nt be-
rourtship. • ing told by the man wbom she bad
"How do all the royalties get on to-   declined, through bin wife, tbat ber
gel ber?" she said.   "They seldom go (visit   was  terminated.    Nevertheless
through the period of romantic passion, uud 1 don't see tbat tbere nre
| she packed up and went n-wrty during
i the mornlug and  without  asking to
thy busbnud a peculiar. melancholy,
it least 1 set lt down ;is melancholy.
though It might hnve been worry. It
occurred to me tbnt after all in marrying blm without love und be loving
nnoiher 1 hud made a mistake. Wu*
be not pining tor Belle Goodwin'/
That something pertn'-'lng to tlie human heart culled love Is not lo be
despised. I.overs mny marry nntl bate
each otber. but wc muat i'oiu»u_lier
that persona of both sexes bare com
What did he do?   Jumped out of
bed nnd danced about merrily.   Then
be folded me In bis arms nml suid:
"Thnnk heaven, she's gone."
"What—tlie woman you would nl-
ways love'/'
"Itutsl Don't remind mo of, what a
Bofty I was."
"But this condition you are In!"
"Business troubles.    We eamo neny
going under    We got out of the woods
yesterday,  '.he ouly other tiling to bo
mltted suicide 'on, account ot a dlsap- -f Boshed was to get rid of Ibat scrawny
DIB NIUVOt-SXESS i_.cue_iS._d.
tbe truth. He hud loved Belle Goodwin, still loved her and would always
love her.
Of course I declined sueh n proposition, hut Mrs. lloynton. who bad In-
iiignied it, came to me und said:
"I nm old enough uml have been ob-
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I       love ;a    'a   a'    i' '       aallll   bus   .   '   Idl .i
bun ui.sii'n.aii at least lo'tfc,. think-
IiIr—mile Ooodwln would mnke blm
If be should marry her. 1 utilise, you
If Fred Is ngivcnblc lo you to accept
blm. I um sure you Imve traits in you
Unit will make Mm tonppy."
I put my nrttiH nround Iter and said,
"Since you wish It I will yield."
I authorized her to send Fred to me
■gain and told Mm tbut though I, unlike him, hnd not burled my heart 1
would accept Mm and trusted tbut wo
mlgbt together fullill ibe hopes bis
Bioiber bud for us. lie wus surprised
Hint I should niube so cold'blooded an
affair of II nnd seemed slightly, pained
Hint be could not offer me bis lure.
Our ougliltcDie.il lasted sis mcnitie.
Fred never mentioned Belle Good-
win ntad treated uie In n very friendly
Way. By Hit- time our wedding was
celebrated, while 1 can't say that there
Was anything loverllko bo'ween us.
there wn* certainly nn:h!nr. yopellent
M ell her side.   I don't think my hue-
polutment in love.
1 made up my mind to say nothing
to   Fred  nbout  tlie  matter,   but  to
watch  Mm.    Ul? ulluient  instead of
subsiding  Increased.    I   tried  to -get
blm lo leave hls'biislnoss lor awhile
nnd go on a trip.    lie replied Hint bo
could not leave it wit bout losing his
grip upon it.    I refrained from press- i
lug blm as te' lbe cause or bis ludis- ;
position,   lirst.   because   I   believe   I j
knew the cnuse, und. second, to mention  It would surely  make a breach
between us.
Fred continued/to grow worse until
1 begun to consider bim n nervous
wreck; Fen ring tbnt 1 sbould lose
him end lbe cause of his inking off
would lie Ms separation trotn lbe woman he loved. I resolved to bring
tbem together nnd if 1 found bis life
depended upon ber I would consent to
u divorce that be might marry ber.
As limit would hnve it. I met Miss
Ooodwln at a social function und chatted wltb ber .In n frieudly manner,
bbe seemed a trifle offish nt first, but
1 won tier confidence. Then 1 told ber
that my husband lind dropped Into a
mental condition tlmt troubled me
greatly. "I sometimes fancy be Is loo
eontined nt home." 1 tlitd. "doesn'tsee
enough people. I've tried to get blm
out. und be won't go. and be won't
have any one ut ibe bouse except old
Tbe result ot chat rfas whnt I
bnd Intended lu tin- first place. 1 Invited Belle to mnke us a visit. Sbe
accepted lhe Invitation, though she
looked somewhat taken aback tbut I
should Invite her, and promised to do
all she could to cheer Fred.
When I told my husband that I had
Invited his old eame to visit us. be'
looked at me In astonishment. But be
contented himself with this; for never
a comment did be mnke; never a question did he nsk. He was nbout to go
to business wben 1 made the announcement, nnd giving me the marital kiss
lurnetl and went nwny. It seemed to
me ho luferred tbut '1 bnd some object
to accomplish, and since 1 bnd not given blm my confidence be would not
ask for tt.
Miss Goodwin was several yenrs
Fred's senior, and by this time began
to show traces of coming middle age.
I thought I perceived a slight start Id
Fred wben be lirst saw 'her, but he
evidently Intended to keep bis own secret ns I wns keeping mine. Miss
lioodwtn came In time for dinner, and
on Fred's return from business We
tbree snt down nt the tnblc together.
lt wns rather a' stiff gathering and the
conversation would have lagged bnd It
not been for my efforts to keep U np.
1 could see at once that Miss Goodwin
was curious to discover whether she
bad retained her power over thc man,
who had declared that he would always love ber.
j*» After dinner we sat down to o three
handed game of cards. Fred's melau-
Icholy was accompanied wilh irritation,
1 and Mis* Goodwin was looking for tbe
old loter like deference. Instead of
getting the hitter she got the former.
After we broke up for tbe evening und
I all went off lo bed I wss otil-j
1 soothe mj busoaod before tu conld gel
I to sl.'.',i
1,   Drier ibn* Ibe lovers mhilii bnre
■ f;,..> strops lu '!;!• ..        ■•.'_'_."•.    <-.•:,'.,   I
kept uut of their v 'i.a ia" mill h us pos-
libit     la,  ..u.ai  i rci'i atiribui  i .nv
i. itive in throwing (lira nud bit old
tlnme together I did not know.   One
j thing I knew, tlmt he did not propose
' thnt I should lenm nny more of bis
| feelings In the mutter thnn De knew
of my Intentions.
In one iltlng 1 wn* doomed to disappointment. My husband's melun-
rholy. hi* Irrttntion. Ms nervousness
Increased rather thnn diminished. Tbls
| did not couvlme me Hint tbe cause of
lt was not tbe loss of the.woman be
would have married. Indeed, It now
occurred to me for the lirst time that
being with her nnd yet knowing tbat
he could not possess ber would ue likely to'produce tbls very result I was
chagrined ut 'my stupldty. What
sbould 1 do?
One mornlug my husband called toe
Into his bedroom nnd told me that he
bnd passed n sleepless nlgbt and must
uld maid."
My husband and I ara pretty well
nulled now. He says I'm the. brickies', b-i'.k hs ever kuet-v."
Cleaning Hints.
Coffee stains on colored goods can
be removed If nt once supped Willi n
clean sponge wet with cold wuter.
I'liicc the damaged spot over n thickly
folded cloth or u basin nnd keep
changing the water In the spuuge until
the coffee disappears, -
.To elenn while paint rub well wllb
n dump cloth dippeil in ontmenl. wipe
with n dump cloth nnd lastly with n
dry duster. This is especially useful
treatment for linger murks on doors.
Brass bedsteads'can be cleaned by
rubbing witli n clot ti dipped tn sweet
oil. Aftorwni'i) pollshjviih a soft, dry
piece of leather.
To remove grease Spots from wall
paper Sprinkle a piece or blotting paper with bolting scdii and- bold it over
the spot while you press lhe paper
wilh n moderately hot Iron, The blotting paper will absorb lbe grouse, und
lbe soda prevents Injury to the colors
In tbe wall paper.
Modir.h Furf.
The fair womnn with plenty of color
in her cheeks cuunot do better In her
selection of tuts tbls season ihun to
Largest Natural Span In Amerie _, 11
. Not In tho World.
Tho largest iinnirnl bridge In A ner-
len, If not Indeed In the whole w irld,
Is locuted iu southwestern Utnh, not
far from the state boundary line, nud
is kuo,wn as the George Natural bridge.
Its total length between lhe huge tatu-
ral abutments is nbout *__tiO feet, the
width of lhe roadway is some 33 feet,
while tbe spaji lu the clear Is DO feet.
From lho bed up to tbe span Is 100
feet. At Ihe bottom (lows a small
wnter course that during the long bot
summer months dwindles down to a
more rivulet. Jusl what produced this
work of nature has for some time
puzzled the lending sclent isls of tbe
country. It could scarcely have been
created by tho wear of water unless
there was a very large anal swift current (lowing where Hie little brook Is
now. The general explanation given
for the creation of this natural bridge
Is that volcanic action, occurring nt
some distant period of the world's history, was the active agency.
The existence of  the  bridge  la of
comparative recent knowledge lo lbs
public, though the Indians In Hint region have long known Hint there was
such a work of nature,   The red men
often spoko of this bridge to tlie curly
settlers of tbnt part of Utah, but littlo
credence   was   ever   given   lo   (belt
s(ories.    About  ten  or  twelve years
ngo lt was lirst discovered by some
mining nrospcctoi's.    it iai located tn
the heart of n very rugged region Hint
is ilillleult of access,   nf late years it
has   been   vlslied   by   a   great   many
tourists und sightseers.   Very recently
some travelers visited  this  freak of
old Mother Earth In automobiles,*aud
one venturesome  motorist drove  his
ear across the bridge, passing safely
over tbe yawning cbasm.   Tlie sione
of which the Bpntl ii composed is tlnrk
■ brown sandstone of an unusually hard
i quality, and the thickness of lhe span
is  twenty   feet  tar   mure.     Engineers
! who bave made n careful examination
| of this bridge pronounce it perfectly
j snfe and se.-iiro'uual fully cupnblil til
supporting an liniiienso weight.   Thf
I span  Is free from  Bates or sonins.-
Wlde World Magazine.
There Is n more or less general toilet lhat tbe milk of the cow deteriorates us sbe gets older. There can be
uo question thnt she requires more
food lu proportion to I'.er sine thnn she
did lu her prime, and, of course, there
ts a continued deprcdlnlicii lu her value for food, for the older she go's ibe
less ibe sum Hint will be received
from the butcher for her. The ni'dl-
nnry practice on many farms Is, therefore; to consider thnt the iiuluinl Is
best disposed of for beef when she.
tins produced live or six calves, sny*
the American Cultlvittur. Exceptions
nre, of course, numerous, mul cow* of
ten or twelve yenrs oltl or even aalalt-p
ure uonielii'.ies soul] In the herds uf
tlnlrymoH who are keen enough hii«|.
ness mon lo lie able to justify llia-lr
practice by the results. Inquiries tbnt
Imve been mnde front lime lia lliuu
seem to show Hull lbe view that Iherti
Is nny rapid dptcrlurnllun after lliil
cow has readied her prime— sny ul six
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.   s '-'■':'\:--.:
j           V
but or jrjsrHAiaiAS rip.   an...*,
■        and 't lit' chin
fhllla. Tin cul Illustrates ibe i
I)    In   aa    Ml   ..'.     V
av   :U It fttbl
coital lilg.
iiiini chinchilla
Of i :lciilnl
Mighty Mount McKinley Cannot E<
Climbtd Fror.i th. South.
Describing iheir expedition to Maatnil
McKinley lust summer, Professor
Parker and Belinoro Browne sny in Hit
Metrtipollinu Hint, although it was ptob
ably the best equipped expedition (rota
a mouiilaiiiooring/slundpolnt thnl has
ever been organized in America, tbt
net result of lis explorations Is a inu[
of a hitherto unknown stretch ol
mountain wilderness and the Uulwl
edge Hint Mount McKinley Is unellinb
nble from lbe soulh.
"We attacked the mountain from r.c
fewer thnn live different paiinis and Ir
euch case were stopped by Insiirnioiint
nble difficulties. We were on the Ice
flfty dnys. Mountaineering Icchnio.ilI-
tles hud nothing lo do wltb our fuiliirc
to reach the summit. At euch tillciiipl
wai encountered straight walls .if let
aud snow tbut could not be brldgei ol
avoided.  .
"Tho problem of climbing the moiiii
tnln from lis saiuihcni sitle is an un
usual one—a Combined water, urcllt
nml Alpine proposition. To reach thf
southern base of lhe mountain the explorer must unvlgato for ISO mllia t
stretch of swift glacial water.
"The second part of lbe trip !_
through nlternnle stretches of fa.r-:-sl
and swamp lund which lay nt the base
of the Alnsknn range. The lust stag.
is over forty miles of glacier thai
stretches from ihe lowlands to the Imse
of .Mount McKinley itself."
Tho Ayrshire Is lhe dairy rustlsr
of all ilie dairy breeds, ihrlvlnu iir.al
poylhg ti i>raiilt whore other larea-ds
can hardly exist laaiaaausa. she Is tl
vlRorous feeder nntl Hot nt ail
dainty In her uppeilie, eniiitB wllb
a relish everything tlmt come* tn
her way In Una line aal laarnite. tjoi.al
graBS, pataor yr-.aas aalaal ajraawse. a\ll
Is  faioj  faar  tIlea  AtyStllro flaw     OllO
or tlm most Inmaiii/ijivtot or n.e
brc.-.l Is HowU'I flzraauay. shown
herewith He la o-vnod i.y H V,
Converse & Saans. Waodsvllle, N. 1.
a yenrs old-Is not warranted, nor has It
yet been proved Hint lho milk Useif li
I poorer In quality.
I     Tbe rule lo keep a eon  ns long as
ber  yield  is  proliinble  is.  therefore,
i one Hint Clin be eoiuinentieil ns sutia-
factory,   t'urtleulnfly shuuid It be ful-
1 lowed In tho ease or un niiimal of su-
! potior   quality,   tor   tbere   Is  nuniher
! point to tie considered.   Willie there is
never nny absolute certainty thai n
! goaad milker will produce good milkers
\ -there Is no certainly about anything
I lu lireedlng-lt Is recognized Hint the
j milking luiblt Is transmitted and Hint
j ti good milker- Is more likely  than a
■ bnd one to produce heifers that  will
a take high rank in Hie milking herd.
I    Tliere Is no reason for fearing Hint
] the calves produced by a cow lute ln
, life  ure  le**  likely  thnn  those  boru
' curlier to Inherit tbe good qualities of
! their dum.   There muy. perhaps, be a
fulling off In vigor lu the produce of
animals In old ngo.  but even  Ibis Is
doubtful, nnd when the custom Is followed of using u young male to compensate for the grenter age of the cow,
this consideration is not likely lo he
of much Importance,   Those who uro
1 onguged In  the  building  up ot good
milking   herds   would   therefore   he
justified  lu  breeding  from  iheir  best
i cons ns long ns possible, nntl even lu
1 «lmining a point In their favor on lbe
question of Immediate profltable return.
Hint .to tho Laundress.
"There Is no reason hi tbe world why
lbe Washboard should be usetl In the
laundering of clothes." said n woman
recently, "All that Is necessary to
iiinke the Clothes clean Is to soak thorn
n few hour* In water, lukewnrm. In
which soati bus lieen sliced, with n
tnlilcspnonfill of kerosene. Then tnke
ihem out nnd let boll In hot wnter for
ion minutes. They can then be bung
upon the lino after starching, nnd
there Is very Utile work about It."
First Dritith Historian.
Glldns the Wise, who nourished In
talii. was Hie lirst British historian.
__ .„  Tinklino In the Eire.
reaver"hls"biisincss  for u  cjiange ot I    TlDkllng lu Hie enr*. known ns dealh
scene or he would succumb to bis    bell. I* supposed by the Setileh pens-
a physical condition.    I  reminded blm    untry to uiiuuiiucu the demise uf •
i that he ror.ld not leave bis business   frfebd.
Marking an Old Trading Post.
The Old Sei Hers' club, assisted by
the park bonrd. Is Inning u log ellUn
erected In Mitchell park on the silo ol
the first milling post. This Is to be
done Ul ctitniueniiii'utinn of lhe iiajm-
ory of the llrsl white trader und becnuse of the historical vitlno of the
spot. Tbo cable Is being or.•ileal In
tin' northeastern part of the park mid
on ihe exact piece of ground on which
tho cabin of Jack Vlcnti, the 111 i
while innn who traded with the Indians in whnt is now known ns Mil-
wnui.oo, wu* located awny back In run.
The cabin will be n model of lhe iia'igb
cabins Which were bulll in those tiny*.
Till' site on Willed slaa.ial the log t'lllalll
of Vienu. the Frenchman, so ninny
yenrs ngo wns located by Units Bel-
nerison. u member of Hie tiltl Seniors'
club. Mr alteincrtson bud In bis possession papers relating to Hit* loeM'.oa.
and wilh lhe aid of these It was found.
-Milwaukee Sentinel.
Age of the Boir.
A boar muy be used with ndvniil.igfl
from the Bge of nine months lu live -
yenrs; Indeed, this Is lhe best period
of in* life, although in nil parts of
ibe country farmers mid other* have
on scruples whatever In breeding from
much younger animals, sometimes
even under six months old. Thli' Is
it mast unwise practice, us it prevents
(hem from properly maturing. Siaum
liersous, however, who hnve wutclu'd
wllb great keenness lhe effet'ls of
breading, mnlnulii Hint un old hour ij
not only the most proline, but produces the mnst vigorous nud perfect
offspring, especially when lie is muted
wllb sows wblcb upproucb him In ngo.
-W. It. Gilbert.
Bttwe:n Girls.
"So  you  think   of  going  nvluilng,
"Yes.   What's Hie proper costume."
"I  really don't know.    However, I
should   wear   my   host   stocking*."—
Making a Collection.
"Poos your wife wnnt r, votcV
"Shu wants two," replied Mr. Meek-
ten—".mine and hers." - Washing!**
Lesson In Etiquette.
"I wns nsbiiinetl nf you nt Hint d'nr.er
Inst  night, you  made so  iniu-li  uolso
drinking your tea."
i    "Why, I was only sipping It.   It wai
|   "I  should sny  yon  were gargling.
j Why didn't you pour It out luto font
inuccr,   the   wny   1   did'/"—Atchison
Surplus of Alimony.
"Your honor. It Is s serious tnu ou
my client having to pny three separata
alimonies, more especially when one of
bis ex-wives Is at present receiving
sllniouy   from   two   olker  sources."—
Lite. THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
A Winnipeg Report  Says
Kicking Horse Pass May
Be Abandoned
This Offer Should Be a Warning to Every Man and.
A Winnipeg dispatch says there is
every indication that tlio Canadian
Pacific railway "s preparing to change
the route of its main line via Kicking
Horse canyon to run via Nelson,
abandoning the present route of 700
miles owing to grade. There is no
official confirmation of this report, but
the Nelson officials admit that there
is great activity on the Nelson route
and that the lino from Medicine Hat
to Nelson is being double tracked.
In the Boundary it is not believed
that this change will be made until
the Midway.Nicola line is completed.
Convention of Mining Men
The mining men of the uorthwest
will hold their onnual convention in
Spokane on February 15. Among tire
speakers uf national reputation who
have already sent in their acceptance
are Governors Hay of Washington
and Hawley of Idaho. Seattle, 'IV
coma and Butte will send strong delegations, and the Arctic club uf Seattle will be represented by delegates,
aud will provide a speaker to present
the Alaskan situation fiom the standpoint of those interested in the development of that vast mineral terri
tory. James H. Lynch, S. W, Kemper and Senator H. A. Gallway, and
others, will represent the city of liutte
nud one of these men will plaoe before the convention a resolution in
favor of an increosed coinage of silver
dollars at a point to be located in tlio
, northwest, and will ask the convention to endorse an aggressive move
of a national character in favur of
such legislation by congress.
Castle Square Entertainers
The Square Entertainers will appear at the Grand Forks opera house
on Wednesday evening, February 7.
"*i Each member of the quartette possesses abundant talent and is capable of
giving an evening's entertainment by
himself. The program is varied with
popular as well as high class music,
duos, trios, solos and quartettes.
Mining Stock Quotations
Boston, Jan. 25.—The following aro today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked. Bitl
Granby Consolidated. 35.00 37 00
B. C.   Copper      400     4.25
The now.spapt.i's and medioal journals recently have had much to say
relative to a famous millionaire's oiVer
of a million dollars for a new stomach.
This great multimillionaire waa too
busy to worry about the condition of
his stomach. He allowed his dyspepsia
io run from bad to worse until in the
end it beeime incurable.
His misfortune nerves as a warning
to others.
Eyery one who Suffers with dyspepsia for a few years will-give everything
he owns for a new stomach.
Dyspepsia   is commonly caused by
an abnormal state of the gastric juices
ur by lack of tone in the walls of   thc !
stomach.  The result is that tho'stum
ach  loses its power to digest fond._^
We are now able to supply oertairi
missing elements-—to help to restore
to the gastric juices their digestive
power, and to aid in making the
stomach strong and well
We know that Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are a most dependable remedy
for disordered stomachs, indigestion,
and dyspepsia.
We want you to try tbem and will
return your money if you are not
mose than satisfied with the result.
Three sizes, 35 cents, 50 cents, and
SI.OO. Remember, you- can obtain
Rexall Remedies in this community
onlv at our store—The Rexall .Store.
H. E. Woodland.
NOTICE Is hereby glvon that an application
will be made under Part V. of the 'Water
Act, llf v.i,'• to obtain a license iu tlie Similkameen Water District, Division of Yule District.
(a). The name, nddress, and occupation of
nf the applicant: George Washington Swank,
Orand l-orks, H.C, Farmer.
(b). The name ol lake, stream, or source (it
mintimed, the description is):   Cednr. Creek.
(i'j. Tho point of diversion is where the
creek enters my lnnd near the oentre ofthe
Futt line, ou Lot numbered One A (IA) siib'it-
vision of. CP.it; Lot number twenty-seven
.iiiiidri'd (2700) in tiroiip 1 in the Simllkumeen
(.formerly Obojoob) Division of Yale District.
(ill. The quantity of water applied for (in
.■libit; feet per second). One cubic foot per
(e). The character ot tlie proposed works:
Duni and fliimu.
(f). The premises mi which the water Is to
be used (describe same) is on but One A (1 A)
subdivision of CI'.ll.'Lot number twenty*
seven hiiH<lrV(l(2700) In Group 1, in the Simil-
■..'tnieeli (formerly Osuyuos) Division of Yale
Itr). The purposes for which the wator Is to
he iisvd: For irrigation and dotnestle purposes,
(h). If for irrigation, describe the land Intended to be tmgateu, giving acreage: [sou
Lot ""ne A (1 A) snhdfvlsioii of V.I'M. Lo|
number twenty-seven hiiudrpil (___7iHl) In Group
1 in ihe SimilUameiMi (forraefly.OaoyQos) Division of Yale District, eoniuiiiiiitf l<>0.loueres,
mure or less.
(j). Area of Crown land intended to bo on*
cupied by the proposed works; Naue.
(k) Tliisnotice was posted on the iith day
of Augu**t, It'll,und application will be made
to the Commissioner oti the titli flay of September. 1911.
(I), (rive the mimes and uddres-jqi nf any
ripuriun proprietors or licensees who or
,v)-)Ose lands nre lik<ly to be affected by the
proposed works, dither above or below the
outlet:  None.
, Grand Forks,B.C.
NOTICE it hereby given thui un Application
will be made uuder lJnrt Vof the "Wnter
Act, 191)9," to obtain a license In tlie Similku-
ni.'en Division of Yule District.
Name, tuldress and occupation of the applicant:   W. sayer. Rancher, Grand Korks, H.C.
Description of luke; Small body of wuter
(no nume), fed by springs.
I'oint of diversion is 40 chnins above East
line of Pre-emption No. l.twi s.
Quantity of water upplied for: One cubit
foot per second.
Chtirncterof proposed works: Ditnh and
reservoir,  to be   used   on  Pre-emption No.
I'ur'pQse: Domestic uud irrigation.
Description of lund to be irrigated: Acreage, to*
Acreatre of Crown baud intended to be occupied by works:   Mr. -
Ibis notice was posted On the 17th day of
.'uly,-lltli-, und application will be made tothe
Coiiiini-siinicr on the 16th day of A tiff lilt, 101!.
Name and address of ripuriun proprietors
or licensees who will he affected by the proposed works.   None.
(Signature) W. SAYKll,
(P, O. Address) liraud Fo rjti, B. C
Bt. JosephMlhflrit] otaim.situate In the (..ran.I
Forks .Mining Division of Yale District.
Where Located:  In Central Cump.
TAKE   NUilt'K that I, Henry Johnson, Kn*.
Miners, CertlHcate No. 8&811D, fur mysclfl
aud ai agent for I'eter Edward Blakle, Free I
Miners Certtfloate No. U929B, Intend, slxly
dti.vs from date hereof,to apply to the Mining'
Keeerder foraCcitlflcateof Improvements, Tor
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of thc
above claim. /
And further take notice that action, tnidm
sei'taion 87, must be coinmenccd before tne Uhi
un'-e of such Ceriiieale of Improvement!!.
Duted this 'JSth day of July, A.D 1911.
Bridge Street,
The best and most
substantial llre-Uroof
buildiiigln the Boundary country, Re*
cently completed and
u e w ly furnished
throughout. Equipped with ull modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally lo-
luted. First-class accommodations for the
travelliuff public.
Hot and Gold Baths
B nt-Claii Bar, Fool
and   Billiard  Rooms
in Connection.
Furniture JUiiile  to Ortli'i'.
Also Repairing of till Kinds.
Upholstering Ncittly Done.
r. McCutcheon
ft. L. MILES
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
EIMIL.   LARSEN,   Prop.
Metal Quotations
Nkw Vork, Jan 20^—Silver 57J;
standard      copper,    8U.00feH.15,
London, Jan.    25.—Silver,   20|;
lead, JClo IBs.
Successful Spraying
The following are essential points
that shoultl be closely adhered in order to make spraying efi'ective;
1. Get pruning done before doing
winter spraying.
2. Know what you aro spraying
3. Get a good pump, and take cart'
of it.
4. Spray with at least 1C0 ponnds
pressure, using a large circular nozzle
of the Friend type. If you can use
160 pounds or over, the Bordeau noz
zle gives a better driving spray for
winter spraying of old trees. Use an
angle nozzle.
5. Sp.'ay tlmroughly. Get every
spot covered. There is no injury from
over-spraying. Half bettrted spraying
is useless for the trees, and costly for
the owner.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
You might ns well out off
your legs because you ave running well in a footrace as to
cut off your advertising bo-
cjiiisc your business is too
Improvement Needed
"What vou want. 1   suppose, is   to
vote, just like the men tlo?"
"Certainly not,!1 replied   Mm. liar
ing Hanners.    "If wo couldn't drt any
better than that   then,  would   he nn
use   of   our    voting."—Washing)
! Star.
We have the mo8t modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ com-
• potent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
l>r. MoTuntart'i tnbaooo remedy wwovm
nil desire for tlif wood in u few dayi. a vetfe
taUle inedlolne. and onlv ri»<iiii .■- roiiHiiiiu
tin* tongue with 11 oocftifoti»Uy, Price $2,00,
Billheads nml Statements,
■  Letterheads nnd Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Curds,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws.
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Hills of Pare and .Menu Curds,
Announcements untl Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
Antl everything turned out in an
Up.-to-dfl.te l'rinuiry.
Mnrvel.tiii- reitilti fronj taking Iii-* ifiiiiMy ' a ■ ■ ■. , r-
for tin- liquor h»lnt. Kafe piit_Htie*|>Niilv6 1*1 I IN t-
(niif trenttnonl: iiu hyitotle mle i tjaotmuii
uml » cure (t-uar&titeed.
.\dilii-m_i or i-im-flMlt l"r. Mi-Tiinmu-t, 76 YoDM   /--» «
Htr-ct, lormit'
a, Clt 11 (III IL
Forks, R   C.
phone:   A 14
Dr'J four-foot Fir and Tamarac.   Cedar and
Tamarac Posts. Prompt attention to phone orders
-the kind we do—is in itsplf an
advertisement, ajid a trial order
will convince you tliat our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let letcsthiiat.. nn vour onler. W'v guarantee
Second Hand Goods
Downey s Cigar Store
A ..'ompletk Stuck op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Kreuli (.nnalft.iTiit'nt ol
KWMlved flVceklj.   ■,
Postoffice   Building
Always Carries in St.aik
a Fresh (Supply of        ■ ~
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kaznr Him'tiR it "n-i'i«Hy,
h&*>  --
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
UT DOOII NllllTlI OF  OlIA.N'llV    Illl'IKI.,
I'lllST 8THKOT'.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Pittinptly, Passengers antl Trunks to and
from all truins.
Tfi.kphonk A129
_t_iTiii.iiK.ou« bios,; Props,
60  YEARS'
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Trade Marks
• •**•-       Copyrights &c.
Anyone flentUng a pkottii and dnncrlntlnn mny
quickly uncertain o-ir opinion fruewncLlior *u
Invention ib prODnuif patcntnbigi^Cdinnimiifii.
tionsfliriutlypi >nuii.-*iitTul. MAHOijCOKoul'uicnta
lontfnio. Ol lest iiKcncy forti";»iiiinvatent_i.
Pntr.uU tiUfl.ii tliruuu'U P.lumi A Co. MOSlTl
sptciolnotice, vtM,<mLvlin..__o,lut__)i
AhanttsoiuQiy illustrated wocKly. LnrfioeJ. cir-
TUla;!^n of eny ff'nntr>« joarnnl, 'i'lPKis f^r
"'■'.iiu'ia.^i.Tiii yoarf MBtiun propntd,   Eold to
■] roui/lL-'" -i.
-ini', <'i^«t.,,^v!.,.fi-.y(-.'tj
We'carry the most fashionahle stoek
of wedding stationery in" tho Boundary eountry. And we are the only
office in thia section that have th<?
eorreet material for printing it. The
iSun job office.


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