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 I  1*3 .    A ,  ,*aA  Its-  ���������<?������������������  ,^. 'V  l#  ������-������������ fir  t  //  ^asKiff"^  Kettle Valley Orchardist  THIRTEENTH YEAR���������No. 41  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  PORT OF THE  .   SUNDAY, AUGUST 2  . Desperate fighting has occurred and is now  in progress  between Russia and Germany.    v  . ..���������;.JS'qme. ,.skirraishes,,.have- taken\,place^,betw;ebn Germany,  and France.  .'.-.! "��������� ���������  England has not yet become-involved in the war, and is  endeavoring to keep out of it.     '$ > .."_"        -  The New York Stock Exchange has been closed indefinitely.  MONDAY, AUGUST 3  The French defeat the Germans in a bloody battle on  the French  frontier.  London, Eng.���������Sir Edward Grey's speech, in the House  today indicated that a violation of the neutrality of Belgium  by Germany would almost inevitably bring a British declaration of war.  The German ultimatum to Belgium threatened war  against that county, and is likely to cause a declaration of  war at any hour by Britain.  A special session of the Canadian parliament will be  called to vote money for.three dreadnoughts, now near completion in England, if the Old Country gets into war.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 4  Germany and Great Britain both declare war. Germany rejected the request that she observe the treaty with  Belgium, and England takes immediate action to uphold her  obligations.  A wireless is flashed to the British fleet to attack the  German armada" menacing the English shores.  A special session of the Ottawa parliament is . called.  .,The.-Dominion.can equip sixty thousand,soldiers. ..    ^  The president of the United States issues a proclamation  of neutrality.  Britain takes over all battleships now building in England for foreign nations.  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5  Britain eagerly awaits news of the navy; cannonading is  reported. It is believed that an action is progressing in the  North sea.  Belgian troops repulse the Germans in a bloody battle.  Thousands are killed and wounded.  German ultimatum to Italy, which may war on Austria,  is rnmored.  The steamer Lusitania runs away from German cruisers.  Tlie Dominion buys two submarines now on defence of  the Pacific coast.  *   A dispatch from  Copenhagen   states  that a German  squadron is bombarding Sveiborg, Sweden.  United States mobilizes army and navy to. protect  American neutality.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 6  Seventy-four German merchant vessels have been captured by Great Britain and 20 by France.  ���������'���������   i^n entire battalion ofthe German army was  killed  by  the Belgians.  Great Britain has accepted Canada's offer of 20,000  men,    A volunteer force will leave at once for England.  Great Britain hurries preparations to send an army  against the Kaiser's forces.  An unconfirmed report from Lsndon says that an engagement has taken place between the British and German  Meets. The dispatch says that nineteen German vessels were,  lost and eighteen captured, and that the British had six ships  sunk, including Admiral Callaghan's flagship, the Iron Duke.  The remaining German fleet is bottled up at the mouth of  the Elbe river.  The Germans again attacked the Belgians at Liege, and  the big forts slaughtered great numbers of the invaders.  Seven thousand Belgians have reported to Consul  Clarence de Sola in Montreal. They will be sent home as  soon as arrangements can be made.  The British cruiser Ampion struck a mine and sank.  Paymaster Gedge and 130 men were lost.  The Annual. Tables Show a  'Healthy Growth oiOur  Leading Industry  The members of the Grand Forks  corps of sharpshooters are now drilling  every every evening. Some of them  may yet see active service.  At the open air concert of the  Grand Forks band Wednesday even-  ikg u number of patriotic numbers  were rendered.  A heavy ruin is badly needed in  this valley. This has been the driest  summer that the oldest inhabitant can  remember.  The annual report of th-- mi,M<*tter  of mines for British Columbia for  19! 3 has hi en received by The Sun.  It is the most valuable annual report  hitherto compiled on the mineral industry, due mainly to the special rn-  ports bv outside engineers called iu  to assist the regular staff. As a result a much larger portion of the  mineral areas of the province has  been covered on this occassion than  hitherto," and the volume contains  information of exceptional value.  Thin is the result of the representations made to the minister by various public associations, and showR  the value of suggestions made by  such bodies in affecting an improved  condition in the administration of  the mines department.  The districts, covered by the spe  cial reports are: Cariboo and Slocan,  by W. Fleet   Robertson,   provincial  mineralogist; Lynn Creek   zinc   de  posits; Tulameen, Similkameen and  Boundary,' >by". Ji D���������Galloway, "assistant provincial mineralogist; Coast  Districts, by D. G. Forbes, and Lil-  looet   and   Kamloops,   by   W.   M.  Brewer.  The annual tables compiled by  the provincial bureau of mines furnish the most reliable information  obtainable as to the annual mineral  production and all estimates previously made are corrected to this  official return. The total production  for 1913 is placed at .$30,296,389.  With the -exception of 1912, when  the production amounted to $32,-  440,800, the year 1913 was. best in  the history of the mineral production of the province. Gold reached  $5,627,490, the highest year's' output on record. Silver reached $1,-  968,606, the highest since 1901.  Lead reached 55,364,677 pounds,  valued at 82,175,832, the highest  production of this metal since 1905.  Copper production was the highest  on record with the exception of 1912,  and amounted to 46,460,305 pounds,  valued at 87,094,4S9. Though the  quantity was not so large,the money  value of copper for ths year , 1906  1907 was better, owing to the higher  prices ruling for the metal. The  production of zinc was the highest  recorded since 1909, amounting to  0,578,768 pounds, valued at $324,-  421.  The falling off in the total mineral  production   for    1913, as  compared  with 1912, amounted to 81,114,402,  and this deficit is  mainly ������ccHinted  ' by the reduction in the coal   output  ' of Vancouver Island, due to tlie  In-  , bor troubles   there.    The deficit   in  1 this item amounted to   $2,046:614.  ,The lessened production flue to  the  B. C. Copper company running under capacity and to the falling off  in the copper value of the ores of B.  C. Copper and Granby eonipiuiier,  accounts for the deficiency in copper  HR AFFECTS  ing operations on the coast in 1912.  These figures show that the mineral industry of the province was not  injuriously affected.by the business  depresston and that but for the labor  troubles in coal mines of Vancouver  Island, the past year would have  been a record in mineral production.  It is noteworthy that although the  tonnage of coal fell off, thaV of coke  was the greatest in the history of  coal mining in the province.  The total mineral production of  British Columbia to the end of 1913  is placed at 8460,433,920, so that The management of the Granby  with the present year's production smelter in this city early in tbe week  the record will be within less than received instructions from F. M.  ��������� half a million dollars of the half Sylvester, general manager ofthe  billion mark. Few people realize company at Vancouver, to close the  what these figures mean in actual j smelter on Thursday. The instruc-  vvealth production, and fewer still j tions received at the - smelter stated  realize the importance to this prov-1 that the closing down of the estab-  ince of a source of wealth which has'lisbment was due  to  the   unsettled  Smelters and Mines Close on  --   Account of Unsettled-  Conditions  proved of such great value in the  face of the comparatively undeveloped'state of the mineral resources.  For the past three years the coast  districts have led all other sections  of the province in value of mineral  production, the figures for 1913 being 88.620,803. Boundary district is  second in importance with a production of S7,925,336, including Similkameen. West Kootenay takes third  place with a valuation of $7,092,107.  East Kootenay was the fourth largest producer for 1913 with a total  value of $5,947,935. , The coast districts show a big falling off as compared with 1912, when the produc- j  tion ofthis section reached its record of $11,095,556, the deficiency of  this section for the year thus  amounting to $2,474,753. This is  accounted for by the falling off in  the coal production on Vancouver  Island in consequence of the labor  troubles, and to the lessened amount  of building construction. Boundary  district showed a falling off amounting to $791,070, due to the smaller  copper production of the Granby and  B. C. Copper smelters. Both West  and East Kootenay show an increase  of production for the year, the increase in the former being $926,582,  and in the latter $224,931. Lillooet  showed an increase for tbe year of  $66,445, due to the gold output of  the Coronation mine. An important  feature of coast mineral production  is the cement industry. This has at-  taihed great importance on Vancouver Island, where there are two  works in operation. The value of  ment produced on Vancouver Island  last year was 81,280,000, and this  figure is likely to show a steady increase.  Gold leads the list of minerals pro  due.ed in the province, the value to  date amounting tu 8119,191,1 15, of  which 872,704.602 has been derived  from placers. Coal ranks next in  importance, the value having reached $142,06S,615. Copper ranks third  wiih a value of 880,818,051.    Silver  conditions in Europe.    The smelter  will be closed down indefinitely.  Tne British Columbia Copper  company's smelter at Greenwood  will also be shut down,the shortageof  ore and th'elow'.prioe of copper,being  given as the reasons for this move.  The original date set for the closing  down of this plant was September 1,  but it is now reported that the shutdown will occur this week.  The smelter of   the Consolidated  Mining   &   Smelting   Company  of  Canada, Limited, at Trail,   will  not  close   down,   according   to   R.  H.  Stewart, manager   of   the   concern.  Mr. Stewart states. that   he   haB received no instructions , to   close . the  smelter   nor   have   any of the company's mining properties which  are  shipping- regularly   to   the   smelter  ceased operations.  The Boston and Montana smelter  of the Anaconda Copper Mining  company, operating at Graat Falls,  Mont., has suspended work in consequence of disturbed conditions in  Europe, preventing the, company  from marketing its copper abroad or  from receiving settlement for copper  already hi transit to foreign lands.  The Granby mines at Phoenix  have been closed down.  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at this  port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts at the  various sub-customs offices, as reported to the chief office in this city,  for the month of July, 1914:  Grand  Forks   $3,433.09  Phoenix          896.43  Carson  79.17  Cascade   40.22  .Total   84,748.91  Kaiser William should have been  a country editor. He could then have  sent un ultimatum to each of his delinquent subscribers.  Mrs.     Wilson,    win;    of   President,  W'oorlrow Wilson, died   in   Washing.  tul;es fourth place with a total value! ton yesterday afteruoon.  of 835,832,546.   Lead production to'  date has amounted to   $29.690,585.  Building   stone,    brick   and   earthy  minerals are placed at   820.971,184  METEOROLOGICAL  The majority of the newspapers  nowadays are veritable compendiums  of slang. There are some of tin's variety not far from home  as compared with previous year.    A "'v"r *,K lhis l,rovin(:tr*  fafling off in building material to the u,"'*i������ producn 25 per cent   of   the  extent of $37,622 is also shown, do- " ���������'* ,,,,!l1 flllfl c,,ke prorlimtion of the  to the increase of activity  in   build- tCuuthiiinl un I'agc ���������'/. >  The   following   is  the   minimum  \i .  i.    v( .     w   i      .,i    ;���������, i..,i; ,���������i and maximum temperature.for each  Metals not sneedled   and    including   ,        ,    .       ., , i  . *   ,    . .     .       , day   during  the   past    week, as re  /.mc, have reached   a   production of j co;ded by the government thermnm-  ������1.852.821. leteron K. P. Laws' ranch:  British Columbia leads all the  oth'T provinces of Canada put together in sinld, c'lmer and lead.  Ontario produce.'* nine times as much  itish Col-  July SI���������Friday   Aug.    1���������Saturday   ....  2���������Sundiy,   .'(���������Monday   I���������Tuesday   o ���������Wednesday..  Mm.  , 56  55  50  53  . 55  . 49  (i ���������Thursday  59  Bainfal  Mux.  |o|  100  Hll  S5  X.-.  jej  S>  llll'lll'S  ,   'U)U i'HE   SUN,     }RAND   FORKS,   b. V.  Sltf? (SrattibiitekB ������>xm  G. A. Evans, Editor and Publisher  SUBSCRIPTION KATES :  ������iie Year $1.50  Ono Sear (In advance)  1.00  One Year, in United States  1.50  Address all communications to  ThbGhandFokkhSun,  ���������'hone r74 gkand fokkb. b. c  FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,   1914  Great Britain, 67; France, 32; Russia, 17; Greece, 5; Spain -I;   total 125.  Germany, 39;   Italy,   l(i;   Austria,  13; total 68.  The following are. the cruisers   possessed by the diti'erent powers:  Great   Britain,    122;    France,  31--  Russia, 19; Spain, 9; Greece,   I;  total  182. '  -  Germany, 61;   Italy,   20;   Austria,  12; total 93.  Of gunboats, the first grouping of  powers under the bead of the Triple  ! Entente possesses 32, as opposed to  the 15 of the Triple Alliance. In  small craft the Triple Entente and its  supporting powers would have 91 (i  and tho Triple Alliance 432.  The reason there is so much   spocu  .   , ,      ,  . , . ,      , lation as   to   the   course  events   will  that has taken place since tbe dawn  .  .      ,,      .        . .   ,    .   , rr  1 I take���������that is, as far as there is a pos-  of history. The end seems reanon-1 sil)i|ity oi fl Kow-nil Wlll. 0nsuin���������������is  ably certain. At this distance frcru | because the details of the Triple  the seat of war, it looks as if nothing [ Entente have never been made public.  ln(JiOnly   the     governments     concerned  know iust how far   Great   Britain   is  .������������������ ... .... *  s   a  .Doii't  wait  too long  to  have  that  reset.   Your diamond set  while you wait.  We have?, a  nice line of  mounts in stock now  As foreshadowed in the last issue  of The Sun, Europe is now engaged  in the most titanic military struggle  A, D. MORRISON  JEWELER-OPTICIAN  QRAND FORKS.'B.C.  W.J. GAUPEAU,MANAGER  CO., LTD.  Contractors for   Cement   Sidewalks,   Foundations   ,ind  Basements.  ,  Manufacturers of Concrete Fence   Posts   and   Concrete  Building Blocks of every description.  PHKIPDCTC QII fiQ Silos constructed of concrete blocks are  UilalUiSLBL ulLUv frost-proof and practically indestructible.  Write uVfor estimates in any kind of concrete work.  but   a   miracle  could   prevent  ovvnfall of two of the powers ol the-. b(>l4ndJ:up witlvn01. al|i^    Spain ia  triple alliance.  party to the agreement, but how far,  Or. upon what terms, are matters of  speculation.  The   Dual   Alliance  drawn   up   in  ! lt>79    became   a   Triple  Alliance   in  B.y  it's terms, each of the countries i*>  bound to come to the assistance of the  other or others, provided it is em  broiled with another country and the  struggle cannot he isolated. Another  clause of the treaty provides for a  division of the spoils of war. In the  present instance, if Russia finally  determines to go to the assistance of  Servia, both Germany and Italy  must give their aid to Austria.  Military Strength of turope  A general European war would'**��������� bf?ain,e ,a 1'nr-*������ . ,  mean armies mustering a strength of i.' b8'?> when lttt,-v ?ls , '"J "<*������-.  20,000,000 in the field. The naval  activities would involve over J 300  warships of different classes. The  alignment of the powers in Europe in  the event of general hostilities would  be as follows, not considering the  forces of Japan, which has intimated  her support of her ally Great Britain.  Triple Entente:���������Russia,' France,  Great Britain. Rournania, Spain, Servia, Greece.  Triple Alliance:���������Germany, Austria, Italy, Bulgaria. '  The military forces represented by  each of the powers is shown by a  comparative table of strength as  follows:  WITH SERVIA  Russia 5,550,000  France 4,000,000  Great Britain     730,000  Roumauia     500,UUO  Spain     350,000  Servia      300,000  Greece     150,000  Total 11,580,000  WITH AUSTRIA  Germany 5,200,000  Austria  2,000,000  Italy  1,200,000  Bulgaria      380,000  Total  8,780,000  In naval equipment the powers of  the Triple Entente have an overwhelming superiority.    In battleships  the figures are:  A meeting of the Grand Forks  Poultry association will be held in  Secretary Hodden's office this evening.  Harry Mann, who has been employed in the Granby company's store  at Anyox for the past year, arrivad  in the city yesterday and will spend  a month's vacation with his parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mann.  PREPARATIONS  The Sun, at SI a year, is superior  to any $2 a year paper printed in the  Boundary. This is the reason why  we do not have to resort to gambling  schemos to gain new subscribers or to  hold those we alreadv have.  Model 10 Remington typewriter for  sale; machine only used a short time.  Enquire Sun office.  Accept no substitutes, but get the  original���������-The Grand   Forks Sun. It  gathers and pi ints   the  news  of the  city and district first.  Leaves Grand Forks Every Tuesday and Friday at 7s30 a.m.  IromF. E. Shantz' Office, Bridge Street  Returning, Leaves Gloucester Every Wednesday and Saturday  Good accommodations for passengers. A limited amount of  perishable freight will also be carried. First-class hotel at  Gloucester for travellers, THOMAS FUNKLEY, Proprietor.  '' A meeting of the Grand Forks  Agricultural association was held ��������� in  Secretary Hadden's office last evening- ...   ,      ..  The matter of erecting a new fair  building' was, for the time being,  left in abeyance,  It was decided to send an exhibit  from this district to the big Dominion fair, which will be held in  Victoria, September 2L-36. .The  value of prizes for district displays  range from $250 to $600; All local  ranchers were urged to assist and co  operate with the association to prepare this exhibit, in order tbat one  of the highest prizes might be captured. '  In spite of the present disturbed  conditions owing to the. war, it was  unanimously decided to hold the  fair as usual this fall. Special novelties will betntroduced this year at  the race track grounds, amoilg them  being a calathumpian parade Good  prizes will be given for ;the best  comic and the best representative  characters, ihe first for each being  $20 and the second $10.  In the poultry section quite an  innovation will be made. There will  be no cash entries and no cash  money prizes, but instead there will  be given prize ribbons. It is confidently expected that Ibis pian will  insure an increased poultry exhihit.  There will be no donations solicit-:  ed from the citizens, and the admission price at the gate will be  reduced. Everything will he con  ducted in a manner suitable to the  present conditions and the changes  which have recently occurred.  DR.DeVAN'S FRENCH. PILLS ������,������-&:  Kultuiuff PIU Ior Women. $5 a .box-or 'tiii-co foi  510. ������loM nt all Jtrug htqres, or iciiiled.to'any  acl(lro:>.':o'treceiptee ]irii:e. Vim Scihr.iJ. l"itv<(  Co.,Sf.. O.itbnr'iK'i;. O;i!>*no._   P������osipm)wonjoti 'mv. ""  .���������.i.-.rv..1.  Vn: .ir..;  i Vitality; !:>r i''er\-i> sii't'l fir.iiu; iin-.-.-t ������������������ ������������������  '. v  |-maU"r";f.'"Oi.'lo--v;tllliuil{lyini u;>. .',.' it i.nx ,v  : two fiir ���������\ til, il.-n-i store';, cr i>y iw.il t>" i   ���������������������������'.  .  of]ir!'.'- - .\::: tSci>r.:-:u, I'il-jo Co., .��������� I. v. ..i..r*.ir-.  Ontaiiu.  Will beautify the home and  give a rich appearance and  finish to a room ' that cannot  be- given in any other way.  Our new. papers will enable  you to do this. See our samples and be convinced.  Wood!and(3&Quinn  The Rexall Druggists  WATER    NOTICE  APPLICATION for a Licence to take  and  u>e    Water  will   be   made    under    the  "Water Act" of British Columbiaasfollows:���������  1. The mime of the applicant is Peter Veri-  Kin.  2. The address of the applicant Columbia.  8. Tlie name of   the stream is Kettle river  The stream has its source .in B.C., flows in a  ti.K. direction, and empties into the Columbia  ! about forty miles from Gran>! Pi>rks  |    4  The water is to be  diverted   from   the  I stream on the north side aboutSO rods westerly from S.E. cor. Lot453, G-. I. Similknmeen  Land District  5- Tlie purpose for which the water will be  used is Irrigating.  6. The bind on which the water i> tit b ��������� u=ed  is described a* follows: That part "f Lot 453  lyiuff south of and adjoining Lot 2735.  7. The quantity of water applied for is as  follows:   200 acre feet per annum.  ;    8. This notice was puttied on tho ground on  I the 3rd day of August, 1914  |    9. A copy ofthis notice, and an application  ' pursuant thereto and to thi* requirements of  the "Water Act" will be filed in the office of  , the Wuter Recorder at Grand forks. Objections may bo filed with the said Wuter Re-  ' corder.  or  with the Comptroller  of   Water  Rights. Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  PKTER VERIHIN (Applicant).  By Piiank Couykll (Agent).  THE  London Directory  " (Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout 'the  world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS"& DEALERS  in each class of goods' Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and Its  suburbs, the directory contaius lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial  and Foreign Markets they supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the United Kingdom.  A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, ou receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  their trade cards lor $5, orlarger advertisements from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  .25. Abehurcli Lane. London,   E.C  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern liigs and Good  Horses at* All Hour's- at  the  odel Livery Barn  Burns S> O'Ray, Props.  Phone 68 Second Street  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PH0NF64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Geo. E. Massie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  TAILORING  of Every Description  They are usually best  and most satisfactory  in the end.  BOUNDARY'S BEST  BOTTLED BEEB  a home product of  real'   merit/' Get '"a"  a case today and try it  now.   Ask for. it:  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  Yale Barber Shop  Kazor Honing a Specialty.  P. A.  Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street.  nartinFlullen  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Coal  Bridge Street  Grand Forks, B. G.  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo. 's Stor e  PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONB 129  ,   Sole Agents for  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Molntyre $ Mclnnis, Proprietors  Pays for The Sun for an entire year.   It is  the brightest paper in the Boundary country THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  REPORT OFTHE  S MINISTEI  -   (Concluded from, Page 1.)  Dominton. The only standard mineral in which the province makes no  showing- as yet is iron, but as the  iron ore resources here are at least  as great as those of any other province, the time is not far distant when  the iron and steel industry will be  developed here and use made of another important available mineral  resource.  British Columbia now has 110  shipping metal mines, employing  -3880 men, while 95 properties are  under development, employing 398  men. The coalmines employ 6443  men, making a total of 10,721 men  directly engaged in mining. Indirectly the industry supports practically the entire population of several towns and cities, and is also a  large factor in the business life of  the seaports.  The tonnage of 1913 amounted to  2,137,483 tons of eoal, 286,035- tons  coke and 2,663,809 tons of metalliferous ore?. The Boundary led the  metalliferous tonnage with 69.3 per  cent of the total; Rossland was second with 9.52 perv cent; coast dis  tricts ocenpied third place with 8.67  per cent; Slocan is placed fourth with  4.35 percent; Ainswortb ranks fifth  with 3.46 per cent; Nelson sixth  with 2.99 per cent; and East Kootenay occupies seventh place with  1.60 per cent.  The mineral production of British  Columbia has trebled in eighteen  years. The metalliferous tonnage for  1913.was valued at $17,190,838, as  against $18,218,266 for previous  year. The tonnage of coal produced  for 1913 was less by 454,949 tons  than for 1912.  While the production of the Vancouver Island coal mines showed a  decrease of 584,747 tons for  1913,  the mainland mines increased* their  production over previous year by  129,798 tons, accounted for by an  increase of 59,285 tons in the Nicola-  Princeton field and 70,513 tons in  the Crows Nest Pass mines.  The Crows Nest Pass Coal com-  nany produced 40 per cent of .the  coal output, the Canadian Collieries  22 per cent and tbe Western Fuel  company 9 per cent.  The output of the different companies for 1813 was as follows: Vancouver Island���������Canadian Collies,  565,950 tonB; Western Fuel company, 220,295 tons; Pacific Coast  Coal Mines, 79,646 tons; Vancouver-  Nanaimo Coal Mining company,  107,602 tons.  Mainland Mines���������Crows Nest Pass  Coal sompany, 1,041.409 tons; Hos-  mer Mines, 217,52S tons; Inland  Coal, ���������an'dr-.Cibke" company, 11*4,003  tons; Nicola,Coaland Coke company,  113,605 tons'; Corbin Coal and Coke  company, "72;788 tons; Princeton  Coal and Land com puny, 29 206  tons; Diamond Vale Coal company,  6326 tons; United Empire, 1752  tons.  Of the coal sold by coast collieries,  882,195 tons found a local market,  and 99,895 tons were exported to  United States points. Of the coal  marketed by the Crows Nest Pass  mines, 287,410 tons found a market  in Canada and 5J7,620 tons were  exported to the United States. Tbe  manufacture of coke abserbed ��������� 533,-  277 tons.  this portion of the province at present. On Tuesday the fire warden  was called west of Midway to fisiht  the flames,  During the past week there has  been but one subject discussed in  the city. The European war has  eclipsed all other topics.  Aid: Neil McCallum is  spending  week's outing at Christina lake.  Colin Campbell will leave for Chicago in a few days to take another  radium treatment for the cure of can  cor of the throat.  Miss Joyce Barlee returned home  on Thursday from a ten days' outing at Christina lake.  The Sun tried to keep the people  of the city informed on the stirring  events that occurred .during the early  stages of the Eurepeon war by issuing  and distributing bulletins. Nearly  every important event of the conflict  was by' this moans made known to  the citizens long before they could be  obtained through any other source.  These bulletins will be continued  whenever occasion arises; but we shall  not go to the expense of sendine out  news in bulletin form of a sensational  or an unreliable nature, or news that  has previously appeared in the daily  press.  P. T. McCallum, immigration inspector at this port, has returned  from a two weeks' vacation trip  the prairie provinces.  to  The Baptist church Sunday school  will hold a basket picnic Wednesday afternoon between the river  bank and the fair grounds.  Numerous bush fires are raging in  igh-Ciass Furniture  9 When in need of an odd piece of Furniture for any room in the house, you can  save money by purchasing from us.  0 We carry the most up-to-date stock of  House Furnishings in the Boundary, and  you are assured of the same careful con-  ��������� sideratioii at our store if your purchase  is small-.as you would, receive if you were  buying a large order.  CI We would like to call your attention  especially to our Floor Covering Department. Our stock is new and up-to-date  and the range of patterns and designs is  second to none;  MILLER & GARDNER  The Home Furnishers  Woman's suffrage appears to be  working pretty satisfactorily within' a  few miles of Grand Forks. Miss  Marie M. Stack, of Republic, has filed  her announcement as Republican candidate for county treasurer of Ferrv  county. Miss Stack served two terms  as county superintendent of schools  and has many friends throughout the  county. She. is a woman of good  business sense and executive ability.  Her friends seem confident of her  election. She came to Ferry countv  ten years ago. She owns city .property and a ranch near Republic. Be  fore going to Republic she taught in  the city schools in Minneapolis and  Spokane. She is a graduate of the  State Normal school of Minnesota and  of the University of Wisconsin.  Nature never discounts the debt we  owe.  The Sun only costs %\ a year.    It  prints all the news.  And get it good, should be the main idea in  the matter of your Meat and Fish. A full  assortment, may always be depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon nee.d only to be  tried to be appreciated, and once used always called for.  a  Meat Merchants  Phone 1  First Street  WHITE WYANDOTTES  The meat breed that lays  persistently.  YEARLING HENS  FOR SALE.  S.CR.I.RED  March Cockerels, from $2.00 up.  E.E.W.MILLS  GRAND FORKS  B. C.  SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  YoL Gait Goal Now  OFFICE !  F. Downey's Kigar Store  Ffrst Street  Tei.bphonks;  OFFICK,   Kli6  HaNSKiN'S ItKSIDENCK,  lUS  ml  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Madf.   to  Order.  Also Rei'i'iii'irn: <>f nil Kinds.  Upholstering   Neatly   Dutir  KAVANAGH &  McCUTCHEON  ^WINNIPEG AVENUE  Victrix English   Bicycles at  Regular Price, 545  Each  Owing, to these wheels being delayed in transit, and as the season is  well advanced, I will sell them at the above low price. Rim brake  on front and back wheels. Release pedal gear. Parts for repair  kept ir. stock. It is a high-grade wheel, and fully guaranteed in  every  particular.    Those who know it will have no other make.  MOOYBOER,   Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  [EAT MARKET  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,  Highest market.price.paid for live  stock.  -  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous attention.  HP1 TX7" ���������     '  1 he War in  has been responsible for a rapid  rise in the cost of a large number  of articles 'in Canada and the purchasing power of a dolar has been  considerably curtailed. ,  In Grand Forks the SUN PRINT  SHOP is still producing that high  class Commercial and Society  Printing which brings a repeat  order from our patrons, at the  same fair prices.  High class printing costs no more  than the other kind, in fact it's  cheaper. Let us submit samples  and quote you prices on your  stationery requirements. Phone  R 74  for prompt service.  Print Shop  (?ome on���������  ���������Aetsgo  INTERSTATE  Kwmmms^m/fmxmtsmix. *������c&#xwtS(-  SEPT. 121120-1914^  MONG tlie Amusement Features will be Irwin's  Cheyenne Frontier Days���������150 Cowboys with.  a trainload of stock presenting every thrilling  Wild. West Contest known. (H,Polo Games  will be held daily between Canadian and American teams, competing for the Northwestern  International Championship  The Racing Program will include Motorcycle Races, Relay  Races, Indian Race3, Cowboy Races, and the usual Running  Races. (fl,There will be daily lectures and meetings of interest  in the Convention Tent. flXMore than 10,000 separate Cash  Prizes are offered and it costs nothing to compete for them  Working Demonstrations of every sort of Improved Agricultural Machinery will be made  All Railways will &rant reduced rates  For Daily Program and Premium List, address 503 Chamber of Commerce Building, Spokane, Washington  USES.  TT^'^T.'-1':}'  ;rya������t'aj,  Tmrmmm^mm^^mmm^m^mrUi 'HE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,    B. C.  IEWS OF THE CITY  The trial of F. F. Barnes, tbe  chiropractor, which was to have  tiiken place in the poiice' court oh  Wednesday, ended in a fiasco, the  defendant having left town. The  College of Physicians and Surgeons  are prosecuting the chiropractors all  over Canada for practising ., their  profession without medical diplomas.  in the local market  on Monday aiid j the; ground.    Mr. O'Connor had his  Tuesday.  Naarly everybody in town J ami badly bruised.    The others   es-  wbo had the means to do so has  laid in a supply for future emergency, and -the stores are running  short of this staple foodstuff. The  merchants say that the wholesalers  refuse to quote prices for future de  liverv of flour.  Owing to   the   war,  there   was   a  In making a short turn with his  two-wheeled vehicle at the corner of  bridge street and Riverside avenue,  on Monday last, one of the wheels  of the rig suddenly broke, throwing  the occupants, Jack O'Connor and his  cape J injury.  rapid advance in the price  of   flour J little son and daughter,   violently to  eaver ooard Next Time  Tt will save all the ��������� muss and litter of Lath, Plaster and  Wall'Paper. It permits more beautiful interior designing  in the most modern style. It never cracks or deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER BOARD  For walls  and   Ceilings  Beaver Board is very quickly and easily put* up* makes a  house warmer in winter, cooler in summer; is painted, doing  away with.unsanitary wall paper, and has many other advantages.   Let us show you samples and tell you all about it.  MANLY'S HARDWARE  The  "BRIGHTEN-UP"  Store  NEW .HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness   shop  at my  old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture  l\fc������vi/  HarrtAcc and   do  a11  kiricIs  of  new * lcirn ebb harness repairing. All  Your patronage is solicited.  work guaranteed  /\������  r  Here We Are I  Your Six Friends,  Robin Hood Family"  Robin Hood Flour  "     Oats  Porridge Oats  Ferina  Graham  WholeWheat  Let Us Lighten  Your Household Duties  For Sale by  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  oUl  Insurance in  Its Branches  Boundary Trust C&  Investment Co., Ltd.  Established 1901 First Street  .The employees of the Granby  smelter on Wednesday eventing presented W. J. Meagher with a substantial cash purse. .. Mr. Meagher  appreciates the'gift very much, and  wishes to heartily thank those who  contrfbuted to the fund. Mr.  Meagher was severely injured at the  smelter live or six months ago.  Rev. D. Spencer, L.L.D.,of Okanagan college, Summerland, B. C,  will visit Grand Forks this week,  and will address the Baptist congregation next Sunday, morning and  evening, on "Christian Education."  Dr. Spencer has addressed meetings  in  Nelson, Cranbrook and at other  points.  [      '    The Grand Forks Liberal association held a meeting Wednesday  evening and made arrangements  to have representatives present at  the sitting of the redistribution commission this afternoon. An adjournment was then taken for two weeks.  B...C. Milk  is the most economical for the housewife.  "It goes farthest," because it is RICHEST .in CKKAM (by actnal  government tests.) No dark brown color and no cooked taste.  It has the NATURAL FLAVOUR.  AT"   ALL   GROCERS  The annual picnic of the English  church Sunday school was held on  the south bank of the Kettle . river,  near the Cooper bridge, on Wednesday afternoon. There was a large  attendance, and all had an 'enjoyable outing.  Two coach loads   of  Doukhobors  passed through the city on Monday,  en   route  from Brilliant to the rail  way camps near Princeton.  The provincial redistribution commission will hold a sitting in the  court house this afternoon at 2:30  o'clock. All persons interested in  this matter are invited to attend.  Mr. and Mr. Poe, of Princeton,  are visiting at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. J. N. Campbell this week.  The rank of knight will be conferred at the regular,meeting of the  Knights of Pythias Tuesday evening- _____  The Knights of Pythias and  Pythian'Sisters will.hold a joint picnic on the. river bank near A, F.  Micbener's residence next Wednesday afternoon.  Conductor Allen, of  the  C.P.R.,  left the end of last week  for Winnipeg on business connected with   the  local employees of the company.  : Orders have been given all the  dppartmenta of the cit.v to curtail all the expenses possible,-and'to  commence no new work. This is  thp immediate effect on local conditions of the European war.  When to Use Apples  Below is n list of the more commonly grown British Columbia  varieties of apples t,o use in each of  the various months of the year. A  succession of hifth-chiss varieties for  their season would be: Transparent.  Duchess Wealthy, Mcintosh, Jona  than, Grimes' Goiden, Wagener,  Northern Spy, Ppitzenberg, Winter  Banana, and Newtown.  The list does not give the maximum range of season for any one  variety but rather the season in  which the largest quantities may be  had at their best. By storing sound  apples under the most favorable  conditions���������a temperature of 32 to  36'degrees, no frost, moderate air  circulation and moist air, not too  dry or too wet���������the season of most  varieties can be considerably prolonged  July���������For dessert: Early Harvest,  Yellow  Transparent.    For cooking:  'Astrachan, Duchess, Yellow Transparent.  August���������Dessert: Astrachan, Yellow Transparent.    Cooking:   Astra  chan, Duchess, Gravenstein, Yellow  Transparent.  September ��������� Dessert: Duchess,  Gravenstein, Wealthy. Cooking:  Alexander,, Duchess, Gravenstein,  Yellow Transparent. (  .Ootober��������� Dessert. Cox Orange,  King David, Gravenstein, Jeffries,  King, Mcintosh,Wealthy. Cooking:  Alexander, Bellefleur, Gr-ivenstein,  Greening, Grimes' Golden, Hub-  bardson, Jonathan.King, Mcintosh,  Pewaukee, Red Canada, Red Cheek,  Salome, Stayman, Wealthy.  November ��������� Dessert: Bellefleur,  Cox Orange, Greening, Grimes-  Golden, Hubbardson, Jonathan,  King, Mcintosh, Wagener, Wealthy,  Winter Banana. Cooking: Bellefleur,  Baldwin, Gano, Greening, Grimes'  Golden, Hubbardson, Jonathan,  King, Pewaukee, Red Canada, Red  Cheek, Salome, Spy,  Wagener.  December. ��������� Dessert: Baldwin,  Belleflrur, Delicious,Grimes Golden,  Hubbardson, Jonathan, King, Mcintosh, Red Canada, Salome, Spit-  zenberg, Spy, Wagener, Winesap,  Winter Banana. Cooking: Akin  Red, Baldwin, Ben Davis, Gano,  Hubbardson, Pewaukee, Red Canada, Red Cheek, Rome Beauty, Salome, Spitzenberg, Spy, Wagener,  Winesap, Winter Banana, Yellow  Newtown.  January and February���������Dessert:  Red Akin, Baldwin, Bellefleur, Cox  Orange, Delicious, Grimes' Golden,  Red Canada, Red Cheek, Rome  Beauty, Salome, Spitzenberg, Spy,  Wagener, Winesap, Winter Banana,  Yellow Newtown. Cooking: Akin  Red, Baldwin. Ben Davis, Gano,  Red Canada, Rome Beauty, Salome.  Spy, Wagener, Winesap, Yellow  Newtown, York Imperial.  March and April-���������Dessert: Akin  Red, Baldwin, Delicious, Gano, Red  Cheek, Rome Beauty, Spy, Wagener, Winesap, Yellow Newtown.  Cooking: Ben Davis, Gano, Rome  Beauty, Yellow Newtown.  May���������Desser : Akin Red, Ben  Davis, Gano, Rome Beauty, Winesap. Yellow Newtown. Cooking:  Ben Davis, Gano.  Worry is part of the  price  pays for living.  man  For Sale���������50 pure-bred S.C. Rhode  Island Red yearling hens, 15 White  Orpington yearling hens, 20 S.C.  White Leghorn yearling hens; $1.00 a  head singly, $75.00 "the ���������* lot. Must  clear out"*:to .make room foryoung^  stock. T. Bo wen, Columbia Poultry  Yards, Box 254, Grand    Forks, B. C.  Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C. Peckham,  Second hand Store.  Take your repairs to Armson, shoe  repairer.    The Hub.      Look   for the  Big Boot.  The Sun   is  the   best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  Tbe Sun gathers   and   prints  the  news first.    It is not a pirate.  , John Wanamaker says in Judicious  Advertising: "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls. It begins very gently  at first, but the pull is steady. ��������� It increases day by day and year by year,  until it exerts an irresistible   power.'���������*  j The devil's mistake would not affect*  the work you get. We have reliable  men to handle the printing you send  lis. We do the work well, and when  it is delivered you'll say it's as it  shonld be. Every order is delivered  promptly. Every price is a fair one.  The Sun Print Shop.  ��������� :���������_: It lo wise to say a good  i word for yourself or your  business, whether your  stock In trad������ !De merchandise or -labor, Want  Ad3. ase,the most direct  line of communication  to tKe best buyers.  ���������'���������vJg^fiS  A new Watch by a firm established 45 years.     Masters   Ka-  ..diant watch is an ordinary watch  -with the hands and fit'iires rnn-  nielledwith radium which make?  - them luminous,a nd theyshow the  time clearly in the dark.   It Is a  day and NIGHT watch, in fact  ' 'the darker the night the brighiet  ���������;t ;the hands and figures. Willi this  \ 'watch hung up in your bedroom  Vyou can see the time any pari of  "the night.   It is a speciality for  those who prefer a watch different to any other.    Masters' Ra  diant watch is a genuine timekeeper, fully warranted, and fit-  ,, ted with their famous Veracity  -; lever movi ment and Solid Silver  ,  Cases, price BO -(12dollars),free  to any part of the worid, or on  our special foreign terms, half-  cash, ?5/- withorderand 2G/ on  . delivery. Orclf-roneof thpsewoii-  derful 50/-i-'adiantWatches now.  Solid Gold Demi-fluiiiing lllalcfi,  j'.Another bargain is Masters' Solid Gold '  pemi Hunting Waich, :i splendid pro-  ���������dnction,  1 ricr; omy 90/-,  or 45 ��������� with  order, and 46/  on delivery.    Special  attention is given to foreign orders,  IVe supply Watches, Rings, Jewellerv, Cutlery, Piute, Gramophone!, Hoots, Clothhiy,  &c    CATALOGUE will be lent free miii  ;'V post paid to any address in the ivorld.  '6old Radiant Watches ������7 10s. &������w ia>  MASTERS, Ltd., RYF, Emr.  If the Cash on Delivery System is in use in your eountiy, then you neod only send  101- for either watch yon solecfc, and pay balance when you receive tho watch.  MASTERS, LTD.. RYE, ENG.  *  1  8  in

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