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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Dec 7, 1917

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 ���������^������ ^JVi_j,q51rtD-W*'<*'iB  >  Hi  w  rt>-  IV-  Ke.ttle Valley Orchardist  SEVENTEENTH YEAR���������No   G  ^^^^^^0^^^ DECEMBER 7, 1917  $1.00 PER YEAR  TATO CONTEST  Members of Farmers'Institute Hear an Interesting Debate  th(  Thp second  fall   meeting   of  Grand Forks Farmers' Institute was  held in the board nf trade rooms on  Saturday   night,   President   James  Little presiding.  A cheque was received   from   the  department of agriculture   for   the  recent potato competion. The money  ��������� was   distributed   to  thc  successful  compeiitors, as follows:    First, Jas  Little; second, E. F. Laws; third, C.  C. Heaven; fourth, J. T.  Lawrence:  fifth A. S. McKim. The department  also wrote urging   the   ranchers ' to  attend   the   provincial   seed fair at  Armstrong, and requested as   many  as were able to send seed grain, 4etc.  A number of those present signified  their intention of sending  exhibits  for competition.  (-^-.        - -A. S. McKim   reported   that   he  had   been   successful  in   locating a  stump puller in the  valley,   as  had  been requested at the last   meeting.  He said it was   in   good   condition,  and ii could be obtained at  a   small  fee by those in need of   the   implement.  A letter was read from \V. E.  Scott, deputy ministerof agriculture,  stating that owing to pressure of  business in his department it would  be impossible for him to address tbe  institute in the near future.  It was decided to hold the annual  meeting of the institute on December 13.  Robert Mann was appointed to  audit the books of the secretary.  The debate on the subject "Resolved, that mixed farming is more  profitable than fruit growing in the  Kettle valley," proved to be the  most interesting part of the proceedings.  A. S. McKim and   Charles   Meg  gitt for the allirmative put up some  good points why mixed  farming   is  more profitable than fruit   growing.  They cited instances   were   farmers  striving under the stress   of   raising  fruit had   practically "gone   broke"  on the project; those who had  gone  in for mixed farming at   the   same  time were now in   pretty   comfortable   circumstances.    They   pointed  out that there was always   a   ready  market for the   products  of   mixed  fanning and that good prices   could  generally be obtained.   Mr. McKim,  the leader, argued that it cost farmers less to go in    for mixed fanning,  and their returns were  far  quicker,  not hoving to wait years   to   watch  urain  grow   before profits were ensured, while the   keeping  of   cattle  hogs, chickens, etc.,   oil'ered   ready  returns from the markets   the   year  round.  I.I. VV. Collins  Boundary, Nelson, Rossland and Trail  petition with all entries in this province, and it took the medal in England against all corners.  He was thoroughly convinced that  not all fruit growers "went broke,"  as the opposition would have the audience believe, and to make his argument more emphatic, he   quoted   nn-  merous fignres showing that fruit Five Hundred Entries From  growing had been the means of netting' __  .  .        ^  the ranchers excellent returns for their  labors. He said that intensive cultivation was the chief factor foward the  success of orchards bearing well; this  he had proved by actual experience.  J. T. Lawrence followed, aud corroborated Mr. Collins' statements in  regard to fruit growing. The climate,  loil and conditions generally in this  district had been pronounced ideal by  experts, and he said the price of land  here was too high for anyone who seriously thought of going in for mixed  farming.  The president thanked those who  had taken part in the debate. Many  good arguments, he said, had been  put forth by both sides, and the instructive addresses provided proved  that ranchers could be good orators as  well as good tillers of thc soil.  The audience was asked to make a  decision as to the relative merit of  the arguments of tho speakers, but  despite a lenghty disenssion. no agreement was arrived at, and the president called the debate a draw.  The district poultry show held in  this city on Wednesday and   Thursday,    this   week,   was a  grand success.    There were nearly 5l)0   birds  entered   by fanciers ,in  this valley  and other Boundary points, as   well  as from Nelson, Rossland and Trail.  Competition   was   keen   in   all the  classes, and the judge did not   have  an easy task in   selecting the   prize  winners.    Tom   Bowen,   W. Liddicoat, J. T. Lawrence aud A. D. Morrison, of this city, and H.   W.   Robertson, of Nelson, had fine   exhibits.  A. E. Orrr of Chilliwack,-who  acted  as judgei-juw.a's very enthusiastic over  V^1>lNelfes of the birds exhibited.  The campaign for subscriptions to  the Victory bond loan closed on Sat  urday night last. The total amount  of subscriptions obtained in the city,  Cascade and the valley was SI02,550.  The interest paid in to the citizens of  the district from Ottawa annually  on their Victory loan investments  will be equivalent to the payroll of a  moderate-sized industrial  plant.  THANKS  December 3, 1917.  To the Citizens of Grand Forks:  The local campaign for Canada's  Victory loan ended Saturday, De-  comber I, the grand total collected  in Grand Forks and district amounting to 6l02,.r)50, which shows the  patriotic spirit of the people of the  city and district.  Considering certain circumstances  which have arisen during the past  year, I think this is a particularly  good showing, and 1 wish, on behalf of the Victory loan committee;,  to thank those who contributed in  such a splendid manner.  I also wish to thank the   members  of the   committee, and  others, who  gave their time and energy in  making the campaign such a success.  G. Ii  Acrks,  Chairman Local Committee.  the*  '" The following is a list of the prize  winners:  Langshangs���������1 cockerel, 1 pullet,  H. Bush.Nelson; T pen,T.A.Wright,  Nelson.  Barred Rocks���������1 cock, M.H.Burns  I hen, 1 and 2 cockerel., 2 pullet, I  pen,. Buchanan <& WadtywartlvTrail^  1 pullet. A. S. McKim; 3   pullet, B.  fgan.  ,/Whste llocks���������1 cock, 1 hen, 1  a*rid 2 cockerel, 1 and 2 pullet, 1 and  2 pen, Torn Bowen.  Partridge Rocks���������1 and 2 hen, 1  and 2 pullet, C. J. Haverty.  Silver Laced Wyandottes���������1, 2  and 3 cock, 1, 2 aud 3 hen,l, 2 and  3 cockerel, 1, 2 and 3 pullet, 1   hen,  W. Liddicoat.  White Wyandottes���������1 cock, 1, 2  and 3 hen, VV. Liddicoat; 1 cockerel,  1 pullet, A. F. Atkinson, Nelson; 2  cockerel, 2 and 3 pullet, John Jacobs; 3 cockerel, Ed Lawrence.  S. C Rhode Island Reds���������1 cock,  1 hen, 1 and cockerel, 1 and   2 pul-  White Orpingtons���������1,2 and 3  hen, W. Liddicoat.  Blue Orpingtons���������1 and 2 cockerel, R. Wallace, Nelson.  Dark Cornish���������1 cock, 1 and 2  hen, 1 pen,W. Liddicoat; I cockerel,  I pullet, C. J. Haverty.  Red Sussex���������1 hen, 1 cockerel, 1  pullet, 1 pen, H. W. B,obertson, Nelson.  Utility Pens���������1, W. Liddicoat,  Buff Orpingtons; 2, Tom Bowen, S.  C. Rhode Island Reds; 3, Charles  Wekell, R. C. Rhode Island Reds.  Pyle Game Bantams���������1 cock, 1  and 2 hen, 2 cockerel, 1 and 2 pullet, 2 pen, Isabel Bowen; 2 cock, 1  cockerel, 1 and 3 pen, Dorothy Liddicoat.  Black Tailed Japanese Bantams���������  1 cock, 1 heu, Annie Bowen.  Burdon Red Turkey���������1 cockerel,  I pullet, T. E. Kirkpatrick.  White Turkey���������1 hen.Mrs.Koops.  Bronze Turkey���������1 and 2  gobbler,  land 2 hen, Mrs. Koops.  Pekin White Ducks���������1 pen, W.  Dompier.  Indian Runner Ducks���������1 drake,  1 duck, T. E.  Kirkpatrick.  Guinea Fowl���������1 cock, 1 hen, J.  T. Lawrence.  Rabbits, Flemish Giants���������1 buck,  >.v<-������x.    _  ������Oil  But Production in 1917 Is  5,000,000 Pounds  Less  Thanin 1916  1 and 2 doe, James 0'Cq.quell.  Cats, short hair���������1' an%|>.  H. A.  Breen.  Mrs. Roy McLeod was called to  New Westminster by the serious ill  ness of her mother, Mrs. McKinnell.  Word has since been.received in this  city that Mrs. McKinnell died at  her home at the coast this week.  Mr. and Mis. J. A. Redmond and  daughter arrived in the city on  Tuesday from the coast. Mr. Red  mond will be local manager of the  British Columbia Telephone company.  The 1917   copper   output of   the  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power company will fall short  by over 5,000,000 pounds in; comparison with the   preceding   twelve  months,   owing   chiefly   to curtailment   at   the  original  property  at  Grand Forks.  When the   miners  of  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company  went on strike last spring  they   tied  up the smelter in this city   for  lack  of fuel, and   since   resumption   the  plant has never run at full capacity.  In addition to this condition,   lower  grade of ore encountered also played  ts part in reducing production.  Although   unable   to   establish a  record   in   production   the Granby  company will have distributed to its  stockholders   a  record   amount   in  dividends,        the       disbursements  amounting to S10 a share,  as   compared with $7 in the 1916   calendar  period.    Of   all the large American  controlled copper  companies Granby alone still clings to   June  30  as  the date for winding up   the   fiscal  year.  The Granby occupies a position  among the copper companies shared  only by the Greene in that it will  not have to pay a tax on its excess  profits to the United States treasury  because of the fact that it has a Canadian charter Despite this advantage, the directors have been very  conservative in the matter of dividend returns, having maintained  the quarterly rate at S3.50   a  share,  A. F. Gibson, who has  been bcal  manager   of   the   B.   C.   Telephone  company for a couple  of years, left  1 hen, 1 and cockerel   1 and   zpu'M        lTuesday    wUh    his   liun!ly   for  let,   1    and   2    pen, lorn bowen; - ��������� where he will  eIller   the  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  ,     R. R. Gilpin,   customs   officer  at  who   was on   the I this port, makes  the  following   de  cockerel, J. T. Lawrence;   3   pullet,  _  Arthur Morrison.  R. C. Rhode Island Reds���������1 and  2 cock, I.and 2 hen, I and 3 cockerel, 1, 2 and 3 pullet, 1, 2 and 3  pen, A. D. Morrison; 2 cockerel,  Charles Wekell.  Black lied Games���������I and  2   hen,  W. Liddicoat.  S. C. White Leghorns���������1 and 2  cock, 2 and 3 hen, I and 2 cockerel,  2 and 3 pullet, I, 2 and 3 pen, Tom  Bowen; 3 cock, A. S.  McKim, 1 hen,  1 pullet. Buchanan   A:   Wadsworth,  [Trail. 3  R. C. Brown Leghorns���������1 cock, 1  and 2 hen, 1 cockerel, 1 pullet, C. J.  Haverty.  S. C. Brown    Leghorns���������i hen, I,  2 and 3 cockerel, I, 2 and 3   pullet,  Charles Wekell.  S. C. Bull'   Leghorns���������1    cock,   1  and 2 hen, 1 pullet, O. G. Dunn.  S.  C.   Black   Minorcas���������I   anil 2  Vancouver, where he will enter  the  company's construction department.  Stanley Massie left on Monday for  Vancouver, where he will take the  final examination prior to eulisling  m the Royal Flying corps.  *���������-" -i    -  although earnings weie far in excess  of this amount.  Although it has spent more than  83,000,G0U in building up a mining  and smelting organization worthy of  the name, the Granby management,  in the fulfillment of its plans, has  other large expenditures ahead for  the betterment of the property as a  whole and the enlargement of its  scope of operations. This will be  financed entirely from earnings and    i at the same time   the   management  ..,..,,     .    .     vr L.xnects to be able to  maintain  the  A. A. i'loeliotto    is   m    Vancouver   l'   '  ,.        ,       ,,     /< r. i,    .,      present dividends of S10 per annum,  superintending    tor    the C.r.B.    the; ' . '  , L  , !     Assuming an average cost of  pro-  cuiiMlrucliun ot   several   experimental ! ������ ,  . ,. .       , , .    ;duction of II cents a pound,Granby  cattle "uanls,a recent invention ol his, | '  ,     . ; could, on an output   of   ���������10,000.000  a trial. : '  1 pounds   a   year,   snow   earnings of  j over $20 a share on 23), cent copper,  production   will   approximate 38,0')0,000 pounds.  that the railway is givii  The subscription to the Viciurv war   .V[     ,���������,-  loan    in    Greenwood     amounted     to' ......  SG9.700.  The Canada Copper company i.s  finding it dillicult to procure cars to  transport their copper to New Jersey.  MElEOROLOGtCAL  , . , ,i     thm nort. rnai<es   me   iunun'������o   v,v-    ucu, j "" - ~"- ~->  11. W. Who..who  *������ on   th..    *P��������� Ulecuslwn3 ���������������������������������_  ut. J.T. l_wru.ee; *  cock.���������!.  ���������egadvesi,.[col .!,��������� quests,, wM u.,    '   "   e lHs ci     ������������������,,���������,   w���������|lnl;h   Nelson.   S   pull������,   T.  negative side ol tiie question, was on       -      . . ,  ������ ,       , !.it tho head o lice m this city ami <u  the opinion that there  was   no   ar-1 -t u'������ ,  1 ,        , .��������� ���������,   , f' the various sub-customs   oliices, ror  ���������rumentas   to   the relative merits of | "������< various  i ;���������       ���������        . n,l   fruit   i/rowin_'the   month of iNovembei,   Ul/.  mixed fanning   and  nuit  growing .,._ - -  ., ,,r    u���������:,|   th-it ������hp'��������� Grand Torks    "'J|;'  in   the   valley.    He   said   tnat tne  hen, 1 and 2 cockerel, 1 and 2   pul-  A.  A.  fruit grown in the district   was   the- ..  i   c i      i ���������    .. ii      Carson.,  equal of any produced in the world���������  C'lscide  this   had   been   proven   by the many,    captures of medals and cups   in   coin-      Total    81,<S3G.03  Wallach, Nelson;  Wright, Nelson,  S. C. Anconas���������I  lach, Nelson; 2 hen,  ^.-^J pullet, H. W. Robertson,   N  .1 (j (���������.>  and 3 pullet, I hen, Lne Koops.   Black Orpingl'ous--1  ii'Ti,W.  dicoal.  j     The   following   is   the   minimum  land maximum temperature for each  , ,      .     ,,  ,,        ,������- I day   during   the   past    week, as re-  Frank Miller. John A.   Hutton, i.. ;    ^M h   thf; government thermom-  W.    Reid    and  M. Quinlivan shot a  hen,    A.Wal-  1   cocker oiy   1  elsnn;/.  deer on Saturday. All four were on ,  the hring line, and the animal died of \;uV  shell .-hock. They saved the meat. Dee  iui- Tuesday, a meatless day. I  eter on K. F. Laws' ranch:  Max.  Cor I  >:���������  rp.  i'  I was    reported  ca-malty l^t  a  'action.  J.-Racey, of Greenwood.  in last .Saturday's  haviiiL' been   kiiled  in  3d ��������� Friday   I��������� Saturday   ..  2���������Sunday   3 ��������� Monday   ���������1 ��������� Tuesday   o���������Wednesday  (i ���������Thursday...  :;.s  3'J  33  3()  13  10  Snowfall  Min.  32  2S  21  33  ���������1  IU  III rill s  \.) 'I-)  UBS  mm&wss>m������mma������iiiigm&&& T  HE, -SOT,   GRAND   FpRKS,   B.C.  '* r'th  ^SlW^XUtth^GVllB^UU       TJie f00d ccmtl'olle1' ^   well  Iatv.qrv;-*unfi] the ^ii6j| ^ir  an independent newspapT* ^^ that in m*"y   homes of hf#    been an'BdVn' f.ul/<  ������������������  the Dominion very consideea-  g. a. evans. editor AND publisher ^ [^  economics  in  food   have  suj3scjtiPTio������r hatks, in advaxck.'   j been effected voluntarily since  the war began.   In thousands  One Year, in Catmda and Great  Britain. 61 00 . of other home& ,���������-,,,       icGS  One Year, in Lmted States   1.50l/-     ri ],.,������������������   , ^    i    _i  Advertising rates furnished on   ap-   <OOCi have   Compelled    the  ap  plication to this office.  Address all communications to The  Grand Forks Sun, Grand Forks, B. C.  OUi-o Columbia Ave. and   Lake St.  Phono 101 R.  FRIDAY, DECLARER 7, 1917,  The total subscriptions to  the Victory loan in the Do  minion appear to be, approximately, $411,000,000. The  81111 predicted that the amount  would reach $300,000,000.  We are naturally inquisitive,  and we should like'to know  who. had the $111,000,000  that we were unable to locate.  "As to the present military  service act my policy will  be  not to proceed further  under  its provisions until the people  have an opportunity., to pronounce   upon  it  by  way  of  referendum," says Sir Wilfrid  Laurier. There is no mistaking the'intent and meaning of  this language.    It means that  iu the event of Sir Wilfrid being returned to office not only  will the  military  service act  be repealed, but the men who  may already have been drafted will be disbanded and sent  back  to  their  homes. .    For  Laurierite candidates to claim  that the first draft of 100,000  will not be interfered  with is  the clumsiest kind of camouflage. ; ;.:v .'___vv___':���������. ,  The war has  demonstrated  as never before   the  absolute  dependence of all parts of the  empire upon its naval defence  and mercantile marine. Bealiz-  ^ng this, the Navy League  in  Canada   is   being    extended  throughout the land for the  purpose   of a thoroughly "organized educational campaign  in'matters-, pertaining' to  the  navy and  mercantile  marine,  to   encourage volunteer naval  brigades and to   educate  the  boys and young men in seamanship,   that the Canadian  sailor may continue to play his  part in the Dominion   and in  the empire. Another very important function of the  Navy  League, which has the support  of his excellency the Duke of  Devonshire,  vice-president of  the   Navy   League of Great  Britain, is to raise  funds   for  the relief of the British and  Canadian sailors and their dependents, many of whom are  i.n dire necessity. Millions are  being raised by a multitude of  patriotic societies for the relief and comfort of the men of  the  army, but little is being  done for the navy, though the  need here is even more press  or  utmost   economy   in   selection  and  in  apportionment to the  various members of the family.   The food controller aims  that, as far as possible,  there  should be sufficient and sir" a-  ble   food   for' the people of  Canada at prices which are no  higher   than   are   absolutely  necessary under present conditions of supply and  cost  of  production.   Seventy per cent  of the people of Canada are as  thrifty and careful as  any in  the world. They consume"but  little or no more than is necessary to maintain   their physical  strength.    The food controller does not ask these peo-  ,ple to reduce  their consumption, beiny the amount necessary to maintain their efficiency,   but he  does ask them to  substitute other foods  as  far  as   possible   for   wheat, beef  and bacon, which are  needed  by    the    soldiers    overseas.  There  is  still a considerable  minority of the people of Canada who  can  and should reduce   their   consumption    of  food by similar   living.    Substitution  may   involve- some  sacrifice, but surely  the  men  at the front are deserving that  such sacrifice should be made  Elimination of waste is a 'patriotic service  in which   the  most  humble  and  the  most  prosperous can con tribute. 11  is no exaggeration to say that  every ounce of waste is a contribution toward starvation.  would  of , perfect  people. Under- this benign and magnanimous arrangement  there would  ft  have   been   no need   of present day  commercialism   with   its   attendant  political, financial, religious and social abuses; there would   have   been  no such thing as one man lording it  over another; there would have been  no buying and selling; there   would  have been no   weaklings  being   devoured by the duplicity and aggrandizement of the strong.    We  would  have   been   one   brotherhood,' free-  horn and equal.    Foodstuffs   would  have been   luscious, bountiful   and  free.    The Golden Rule would have  been   operative,   and-there   would  have been no discord, no hatied, no  strife.  But, father Adam transgressed the'  divine law. He was driven from the  life giving treejs and condemned to  death. As he, was to die a lingering  death he was consigned to 'convict  labor; to earn his bread by sweat of  face; his children hy inheritance  were (and are) convicts, toiling and  <T  :^  Wc are showing a choice stock of goods suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFTS. You are cor-  diajly invited to come'in and see our line.  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS, B. G.  (satanie errors) cast over the people,  and the veil (divine 'right of kings  theory) that is spread over all nations (Isa. 25:7), but so long as the  people and the  nations cannot  eeo  -J  the ''covering" and  the  'veil  and  Providing for Honest  Things, Not Only in the  Sight ofthe Lord But Also  in the Sight of Men."���������II  Cor. 8:21.  struggling for an   existence, and   as  opportunity   afforded  (except were  conscience repelled the thought) one  convict would take advantage of an  other convict, until ihe human he&rt  has become so calloused  by  selfishness that we see the world in the deplorable mess it is in today.   Therefore, the primary cause of   the high  co^tof living fs selfishness���������abnormally and perversely developed   acquisitiveness,    traceable to  original  sin.   It seems that  most everybody  is in the mad rush for dollars.    The  brain i.-; becoming soaked with avari-  ���������cipusnesg.-.. ...arid   the   blood turning  green with envy so that we are   rap  idly approaching the  time  foretold  by God: -Everv man's  hand :^against  his neighbor, aud no peace   to   him  that  goeth   out   nor to   him    that  cometh in    It is the logical   and  legitimate fruiji of unrighteousness.  (PART ONE.)  BV C   E   STEWART.  Comparing conditions as they must  have existed in the Garden of Eden  with what we have today shows that  something vastly more important  than we are inclined to think has  caken place. When man was created  six thvusand years ago, he was absolutely perfect���������without mental din  order, without moral weakness, and  free from physical ailments; yet he  needed food. God put his newly  made crealure in the paradise prepared for him and told him he could  freely eat���������without money and without price���������so long as he would leave  one particular kind of good alone.  This God had a right to do. Had  sin never entered the world Adam  j could have brought his family into  being without any mental, moral  or physical imperfection, and there-  ing. As a class the men ofthe  navy are the poorest paid in  the world, and their service  calls for great sacrifice  many known cases their families are suffering great hard- , . .  ships.   To help these  worthy fore  Wlth   the P���������������ibiiity#of living  Cases,    the    Navy    League js:^ver, always enjoying Edenic bliss,  holding a Sailors' Day through ;tho^h ^ boundary lines of Eden  out  Canada on December 8.|vvould have ^du^ly -widened to  A considerable portion of the! commodate the increase of   popu  proceeds will go   to Canadian I    ~ ~    "  sailors and their dependents, i   r1'16 H^lt>��������� ������f this article does  .ii i     ���������   ���������  . L  ��������� ,i   Vnot necessarily imply   that  The  Sun  the league administering the|;u;cepts thu 4ume'nis Jlere ,et fo;t,;  funds, instead of Sending it all'The editor may, indeed,   have an   cn-  aCl'OS'S, as Was   the    Case    Ia.st:' tiroly  different  conception   as  to the  year,   to   the   British   Navy JCHUseH of'"gl> prices, as well as anew  League. The need for relief is ' Pa������(lHua /��������������������� their cure. But ti.e pubii-  "   ��������� cation of the article has been request-  readers; and  liey may Have as mncli right to   their  views as we have to ours.  urgent, and the league officials ; cf,n" of t,,0Itt,'tic,������'������������ *>*������  ������,    '.       ,. ������ ed by a number  of our   ren  are hoping for a  very goner-. fchoy nmy llaveiw ���������incl) ������������������ ,,l]t  oils response.  The Present-Bay Abuses  Trading and carrying on  business  from the remote past until 50  ypars  ago   was   very simple.    Today it is  very complex.   The  cause of this is  obvious.    The  wealth of  the world  has multiplied itself  ten  thousandfold    in   the   last half century;,and  men of brains, swimming  with   the  tide of prosperity, have   stooped   to  .take advantage of the situation and  have built up a commercial   system  which is getting very oppressive and  top heavy. The second cause of pres  ent abuses, leading to   high    prices,  is   that   Mr.  Commercialism thinks  that this increase of  -wealth is  due  to   his   own   genius and thrift, and  that he is entifled to its rich reward:  therefore as civilization is  so   much  indebted to him he   has a   right to  roll in opulence at   the   expense   of  others���������and that whatever means he  may employ is legitimate.  The honor and brotherly love he at one lime  had, is now giving way   to   trickery  and centralization of   power to conserve   his   abnormal     appetite   for  money, for now he thinks only   in  the millions.  We are not faulting anyone.   The  Golden Rule is in disrepute. Saintly  men and women are jgettiner   very,  very  scarce.    Tbe  fruit  of  Satan's  empire   is   ripening;   the harvest is  here, and the 'vine of   the   earth"  must he reaped.   "By their fruits ye  shall know them." The Bible points  out   that  in   the "end of   the age"  there would be inventions and labor  saving devices to remove the necessity   of   sweat   of   face, knowledge  would   he  increased, wealth   would  abound, and, strange to say, discontent   would   possess all, and   there  would be a "time of trouble such as  never vwiis since there was a nation."  When   we see knowledge increasing  we should give God credit for   what  He is doing rather than man. Owing  to the proximity  of Christ's   kingdom,God is destroying the covering  fail to recognize that the taking away  of these are but preparatory steps to  the "feast of fat things" prepared,  for the world by God, they'will continue to proudly take unto themselves the glory and honor, and accredit present-day achievements- to  the "evolution of man.".  In the eyes of the world,the spirit  of selfish ambition has built a wonderfully magnificent structure���������the  supply and demand commercialism  ���������and now the foundation is giving  way, and the Doctors of Industry  are greatly agitated lest the fabric of  civilization will give way, being unable to see that they have been practicing quackery and building upon  a false premise.  Is Man to Be Trusted?  If   the   whole   world   were good,  what a wonderful place this   would  be!    No jails, no courts,  no discord,  no one struggling with his   environments, no one needed to see to   law  enforcement.     It will take the thousand years of Messiah's reign  to re  store   man   .to   perfection, fulfilling  that part of the Lord's prayer which  says, "Thy will be done on earth as  it is done in heaven," before it will  he safe to permit   man   to   exercise  his   own   powers in   self rule.    The  placing of  humanity   between   tbe  upper and nether millstones in   this  "time of trouble, "as we see it overspreading civilization today, is made  necessary,because man will not now  admit that he is  incapable  of   self-  rule, and   not   now willing to place  himself infthe hands of God.    The  Bible says,"the wisdom of this world  shall   perish,"  and "the wisdom of  this world is foolishness with  God."  Man   is   coming   to his extremity;  Christ   unseen   is  stepping  in and  gradually taking control.    His kingdom   is  now  overtopping the kingdoms of ea.rtb, preparatory to blessing all the families ofthe earth, raising the dead and uniting the   world  in   peace   and   brotherly love and,  eventually will give to all who quali  fy, the everlasting life; but first, the  fortifications   erected   to   resist the  kingdom of the Lord  must  be   demolished.  God delivered his "oracles" over  to the Jewish people to give them a  "try out" at self-rule under His direct.on; it was a failure because of  man's weakness. He turned the  world over to the Gentile kings for  their "try out" at self rule under  His over-ruling providence; they  have held sway for over 2o00 years,  and their kingdoms are melting  away���������because of the weakness of  man. The "golden vessels" (divine  truths) were permitted   to hdl into  the hands of unholy men to , test  theni; they proved unfaithful, erected "mystic Babylon," which has  fostered superstition and sectarianism, and the handwriting is on tbe  wall���������because  of   the  weakness of  ( Continued on Page S.)  V. I. PRIVATE DETECTIVE AGENCY  310-11-12 Hikten-Bonc BIdtf.,  VICTORIA  Day and Nijtfit Pfione 3412.  THERE'S A REASON  Our prices are  moderate, ��������� because we employ  competentwork-  men who have  mastered their  trade, and we'do  have to charge  for the "service"  of hunting] up  samples*!'n specimen-books.  WE PRINT  Letterheads  :l\Toteheads    -  Billheads :  Statements  Envelopes  Business cards  Visiting-cards  Posters  Dodgers  Sliippingtags  Menus  Ball programs  Wedding, invitations ,  Price lists  Pamphlets  'Circulars  And commercial  andtfocietyiprint  ing of every description.  -*:)  DAVIS BLOCK, BRIDGE AND SECOND STREETS  Try us for first quality Fresh and Cured  Meats, Lard, Compound, etc. Fish ana  Game in Season.  Support Youi Home Industry  PHONE 58  J. J. SMITH, Proprietor THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. G.  Telephone Time  Use the telephone in winter time. When  the weather is not all that may be desired, there is no necessity to go outside.  .Remember, the telephone will take 100  miles just as easily as one mile. It means  .'Comfortable, face-to-face conversation  right from your own home or ollice. No,  travelling, no discomfort, no unnecessary  expense. ���������   ,  The long distance telephone is safe,  sure, instantaneous. It. is- on the best  kind of schedule time���������always there, just  when it's wanted.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY, LTD.  J  Jl  EME  ��������� (Concluded from Page 2.)  ��������� mhn'-'Untold riches are falling into  the hands of a privileged' class to  take the bore of their calibre; they  have built a commercial wall around  themselves to conserve their own in  terests, making the rich richer and  ������\, the poor poorer,'but so vast and  nonderous has become the structnre  that it. is about to fall of its own  weight���������because of the weakness of  man. Thomas A. Edison's mind has  ��������� bQon fecundated by-God to an almost  unlimited degree to work with electricity, for the blessing of man, hut  finally, through expediency, he has  v eonsented to invent instruments' of  destruction, and he ton has bpen  w������ighed in the balance and found  wanting���������hecause of the inherent  weakness of man.    Tn fact, the Lord  - is permitting a train of evpnts to  pass hefore us favorable to tlpmon-  strating which sidf we are on���������the  sidp of righteousness or unrighteous  ne.ep, and as he has many blessings  to bestow unnn the faithful over-  oomprR, it is but natural that we ask  ourselves the question: How is tbe  trial going with us?  The Paradox of St All  The estimated aggregate wealth of  'he United States in   propertv   and  money is about  ������200,000,000,000.  Money   is   plentiful,  the banks are  fu'l and the-vnults are bursting; the  government at Waehington never had1  more gold than at   present.    The   re-  ���������������������������' source." of the country can not be even  approximated.    Rich   in  mineral and  coal mines: in the fruits   of   tho  tree,  field and garden, granaries and   ware  houses well filled; factories    humming  and   shipping   facilities   adequate to  our   requirements,    we   should   bo   a  happy and contented   people.-   Statistics show   that   with   few   exceptions  there   is   plenty of  everything.     For  instance, our normal needs for   wheat  per annum is 640,000,000 bushels; our j  yield for 191G was up to this amount;  we carried 170.00O.U00   bushels   over,  from 1915; our exports have amount- \  ted    to    130,000,000   bushols, which!  shows that before havrnsting   a    crop  we should have had 40,000,000 bnsh ;  els;  with    this   surplus, (lour steadily  climbed to 810 a barrel.     Wheat pro  f I nets are reported scarce, as  also are  soapj, sugar, tobacco, glassware,   tin-1  ware, paper, etc.  Prices   range   from  40 . per   cent   to   ovor  100 per cent  higher than a year ago,    Many   com ]  inoditics arc reported next    to    unob  tamable.  Thc food conditions through-;  ont the country are deplorab e���������and  why is it? It i.s absolutely not because of a scarcity! The Bible says,  referring to our day: "A famine in  the iand, but not of bread (foodstuffs." There is a -famine of soul-  food���������of hearing the Word of the  Lord, but'not, at present, of groceries.  There is merely a nonsensica] turning  aside of energy and of materials and  the "conservation" aimed at will  never relieve the distress. The famine  of foodstuffs is in its infancy. The  long dark night of sin and death is*  endiug, and the morning of the thousand-year /Day of Righteousness is  dawning. The Bible shows that the  birth of the new age will come through  the death pangs of the old order, as  the civil, social, financial, religious,  national and international labor pains  take hold of the pody politic-    God's  in  the  the  cause of physical training.  He is freer  from   disease  army than in civil life.  He has better medical care at  front than at home.  In other wars from ten to fifteen  men died from disease to one from  bullets.  In this war one man dies from disease to every ten from bullets.  i  THICK, ULOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  Girls! Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a small bottle  of Danderine.  If you care- for heavy hair-tliat glistens with beauty and is radiant with  life; has an incomparable softness and  is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application' doubles the  beauty of your hair,* besides it immediately dissolves every particle! of  landruff. You can not have nice heavy,  healthy hair if you have dandruff. This  destructive scurf robs the hair of its  lustre, its strength and its very life,  and if not overcome it produces a fever-  ishness and itching of the scalp; the  hair roots famish, loosen and die; %tlie_,  the. hair falls out fast. Surely get a  small bottle of Knowlton's ?)nnderme  from any drug store and just try it.  word  says:  The morning  is   come  -unto thee, O thou that dwelleth in  the land; the time has come, the day  of trouble is near, and not the sounding (commanding) of the kingdoms.  Now will I shortly pour out my fury  upon theejand I will judge thee according to thy ways, and wiil recompense  thee for all  thine  abominations.     Ye  ������������������������������������*-.  shall know that I am the Lord that  smiteth. Wrath is upon all the multitude. He that is far off' '.shall die of  pestilence; and he that i.s near shall  fall bv the ssvord; and he that re-  maineth and is besieged (the civilian  at home) shall die of famine; thus  will I accomplish my fury upon them  (the multitude)."  (Continued nccl week.)  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,  GASES OR INDIGESTION  "Pape's Diapepsin" neutralizes excessive acid  in stomach, relieving  dyspepsia, heartburn and  distress at once.  "The Canadians in France,"  A Great War Map  Canadian homes will no longer have  difficulty in following the Canadian-  troops in France. There has just been  issued a map of the European war  area that clearly shows every point of  interest that has been mentioned in  dispaches since the Canadian forces  first landed in France. It has. been  made "especially for the great Canadian weekly, the Family Herald and  Weekly' Star of Montreal, and is a  credit indeed to Candian enterprise.  It is a marvel of detail and yet not  crowded. It is in four colors and  about- 2^x3J������feet and folded into a  very neat cover, about 5x10 inches.  The map is surrounded by a border of  the regimental badges and. coat'of  arms of nearly every battalion that  left Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver. Eyery important point can  be recognized at once. That portion  of the map covering . France is in a  soft color with names of. towns and  battle scenes in black, easily recognizable. The map is endorsed by returned military experts as most complete and accurate in detail. The map  could not be produced, except in such  lame quantities as The Family Herald  will use, at less than two dollars a  copy, yet it can be had absolutely  free with The Family Herald.  The publishers of The Family Herald and Weekly Star for several  months back have been fighting hard  against the necessity of increasing  their subscription rates, but eventu  ally had to cCme to it like most other  papers. The increase, however, is a  mere trifle-���������twenty five cents a year,  making their new rate $1.25-���������and  with the year's subscription they will  include a copy of-this great war map  free of charge. This is certainly a generous offer, and one that Canadians  will' appreciate. Many expected a  much larger increase in the subscription price of The Family Herald, and  are surprised at the small extra  amount charged.  Tho enormous circulation of The  Family Herald and Weekly Star  should he still greater when this offer  becomes known.  You .can not reach The Sun's  numerous readers except through  the columns of The Sun.  Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress, due to acidity, will go.  No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or  belching of gas or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul  breath or headache.  Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its  speed in regulating upset stomachs.  It is the surest, quickest stomach sweetener in the whole world, and besides it  is harmless. Put an end to stomach  distress at once by getting a large fifty-  cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any  drug store. You realize in five minutes  how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder caused by fermentation du" xo  excessive acids in stomach.  If Your Boy Goes to the Front  He has twenty-nine chances of  coming home' to one chance of being  killed.  He has ninety-eight chances of  recovering from a wound to two  chances of dying.  He has only one chance in 000 of  losing a limb.  He will live live years   longer  he-  Advertise in.The Sun.   It has the  laryest local circulation.  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  RfC.McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVESUF-  Isn t the news of your  store something like the  nsws ofthe whole city?  There is news every week  in Grand Forks ���������some  weeks more than others ���������  but   every   weeic   there   is  news.  e  b  Isn't there news in your  store every week? Isn't  there something to advertise?  Your customers are shopping every -week. Aren't  you losing many of them  the weeics you do not advertise?  It's the steady trade that  counts with a store ��������� it's  the steady advertising that  brings .the steady trade.  RESOLVE���������To use news  paper space regularly, and  be sure it is in The Grand  Forks Sun.  4f THE   SUiV    GRAND    FORKS,    B. C.  Of all present-day Sewing Machines.  Why buy a machine at which you have  to sit in an awkward position, when you  may just as well have one with which it  is a pleasure to sew? The White Rotary  Sit-Strate is just the machine you want.  Sold on easy monthly payments by  GIVE '' SYSUP OF FIGS''  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Complete Home Furnishers  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, Liver  and  Bowels.  ^������_..i r*_mstsxsrtrx  DON'T HESITATE!  PHONE 101R  FORFJNE PRINTING  enlist in the American army. He  has been succeeded here as bookkeeper for the company by a Mr.  Dunn, who arrived in the city from  the east on the same day that Mr.  Woehler departed.  Look at the tongue, mother! If  coated, your little one's stomach, liver  and bowels need cleansing at once.  When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  sleep, cat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; lias sore  throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a  teaspoonful of "California Syrup of  Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,  constipated waste, undigested food and  sour bilo gently moves out of its little  bowels without griping, and you have a  well, playful child again. Ask your  druggist for a bottlo of "California  Syrup of Figs," which contains full  directions for babies, children of all ages  and for grown-ups.  W. T. Lusconibe returned on Saturday from a two months' vi^it to  his old home at Strathroy, Out.  Mrs. A. M. .Mader has   moved   to  Spokane for the winter months.  Jimmy Gilmour, who formerly  resided here, has joined thc United  States army at Seattle.  Mid3 Lr Huffman    visited  Nelson  on Wednesday,  William Ballantyne,of Vancouver,  arrived in the city on Monday to  take a position as clerk in Jeff Davis  & Co.'s store.  E. A. Orr, judge   at   the   district  poultry show, arrived   in   the   city  A. N. Scott, said to be a   deserter  from  the  American   army, in   one  of the hotels in this city on Weclnes  day night made the   boast   that   be ' f^, the coast on Tuesday  would like to see. th-; man who could .    make him wear khaki if he didn't: Hon. Martin Burrell and Mrs.  want to. It is also said that he in- j Burrell lert on Tuesday for the  dulged in other seditious language coast. ^\rs_ Burrell has been the  against the United States. He was' gLlest 0f Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ker-  overheard by two railway men,   one; uian during her stay in the city.  employed   on   the   C.P.R. aud   the,    other on the Great Northern, who! W. J. Cook has received a letter  reported the case to Candian Immi-, from his son Ralph, saying that he  gration Inspector P. T. McCallum. j is enjoying himself at present in the  Yesterday morning Mr. McCallum \ mud of Flanders. While iife is hone  went after Scott and took him down' too bright, he is taking things philo  to Marcus, where be was turned sophically and making the best, of  over to the American authorities.       it.    He has lately met a  number  of  "T           ,.           boys at the front from Grand Forks.  W. J. E. Biker, of Nelson, district      J    water engineer, and J. F. Rowland,      Charles Micheuer and JamesWatt,  of Victoria, assistant engineer,   were! who left for Vancouver a   couple  of  in the city this   week   investigating ! Weeks ago to enlist, are   still  at the  the feasibility of installing a general \ coast.  irrigation system for the   entire val- j  ley. j     The Daughters of the Empire last  Provincial Constable Stanfield on  Friday last arrested MikeRuzish on  a charge of desertion under the military service act. The man was  turned over to the military authorities.  On information laid by Provincial Constable Stanfield, Frank  Kettner, of Paulson, was arraigned  before Justices of the Peaca P. T.  McCallum and Spraggett, charged  with using seditious language. He  was remanded to appear at the next  court of criminal jurisdiction, and  he was committed to jail, but has  since been liberated on bail.  Geo. E. Massie  made' a business  trip to Princeton this week.  Charles G. Woehler, who has been  bookkeeper for the Grand Forks  Lumber company for the past six  months, left on Monday for his former home in St. Paul, where he will   '   ���������������'  I week received sixteen pairs of socks,  and also a cash donation of SI from  Captain Frakes.  The Union mine in Franklin  camp has closed down until next  spring owing to the impracticability  of shipping ore during the winter  months.  ran  ones J>!<  Wc arc showing a most complete  range of acceptable  CHRISTMAS GIFTS  In Men's and Boys' Wear.  Men's Tics, from ;30c to -$1.50. Men's Neck Scarfs, $1.  to $3.50. Men's Fancy Brascs, in fancy and assorted  boxes, 75c to .$1.50. Men's Handkerchief, from 10c  to $1.50. Men's Smoking Jackets, Men's Dressing  Gowns, and many other Git's of a similar nature.  BOYS  Boys' Tics, many kinds and colors. Boys' Handkerchief's, fancy and colored. Boys' Mitts and Gloves, all  kinds. Boys' Mackinaw Coats, specially priced. Wc  carry most everything the boys require.  Grand Forks' Big Store  m  H  Miss Ida Hartinger, who has beer,  visiting her parents in this city for  a short time, returned to Penticton  on Sunday.  Frank Haverty, who left for Vancouver, hist week, has joined tbe  oth artiilerv.  Gateway Lodge-, I.O.O.F., at its  last meeting elected the following  officers for the ensuing year: Noble  grand, Kev. M. D. McKee; vice-  grand, J������i:.ies C'idoo; recording secretary, Frank R. Scott; financial  secretary, John B. McDonald; treasurer, Herbert H. Henderson  Mr. and Mrs. Jennings, who have  been visiting at tbe home of their  daughter, Mrs. Chester Smith, for a  couple of weeks, have returned to  their home in St. John, Wash.  4 I  {.With.the Fingers! j  [Says Corns Lift Out j  J      Without Any Pain j  a..gM0"fr������������������.*>.  Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or  any kind of a corn can shortly be  lifted right out with the fingers if you  ���������will apply directly upon the corn a few-  drops of freezone, says a Cincinnati  authority.  It is claimed that at small cost one  can get a quarter of an ounce of freezone at any drug store, which is sufficient to rid one's feet of every corn  or callus without pain or soreness or  the clanger of infection.  This new drug is an ether compound,  and while sticky, dries the moment it  is applied and docs not inflame or even  irritate the surrounding tissue.  This announcement will interest  many women here, for it is said that  the present high-heel footwear is putting corns on practically every  woman's faet,  The Sun read is   read   by   everybody in the Kettle valley.  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAICK   your   rejmirs  to   Arinson, nbon   re  palror.    Tho   Huh.    Look  for  the   l!i^  Uool.  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  HUiUKST CASH PRICKS paid for old Stoves  and    Ranges.     K.  C   Poeklnim,   Second-  hiinil Store.  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  FOR SALE  Oi'fick!  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Tklkimiomks;  Oinci;, Ri;ti Efnef Cfpppt  Hanhkn'h Ukhidknck. I������8 ' "oi "I11501  tcatEKTMnn-nc  For largest selection, choicest designs  newest goods, go to  THE QUALITY  JEWELLERS  Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Wristlet Watches,  Parisian Ivory Dressing Table- ware, Silverware,  Cut Glass, Photo Frames, Brass and Silver Fern  Pots and Jardiniersin great variety at lowest prices  Miss Stella Donnan returned on  Sunday from a visit with friends in  Nelson. She left for Penticton on  Monday to resume ..her duties as  matron of the Penticton hospital  She has been spending the past  month with her mother in this city.  H. B. Chapman, an old employee  at the Granby smelter, left on Sunday for Anyox, where he will continue to work for the Granby company.  Bruce Donaldson arrived in the  city on Saturday for a short visit  with his father, John Donaldson, before leaving for overseas service. He  is attached to an artillery company  at the coast.  Yale  Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty  iiBiii  "CASCARETS" WOEK  WHILE YOU SLEEP  For   Sick   Headache,   Soup   Stomach,  Sluggish   Liver and   Bowels���������  Take Cascarets tonight.  Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches conic from a torpid liver, and  clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undigested  food, which sours and ferments lika garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first  step to untold misery���������indigestion,1 foul  gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental  fears, everything that is horrible and  nauseating. A Oascafet to-night will  give your constipated bowels a thorough  cleansing and straighten you out t>y  morning. They work while you sbep���������  a 10-cent box from your druggist will  koep you feeling good for months.  P. A.   Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yale Hotki,, First Sthkkt  AT YOUR  SERVICE  . Modern Tligs  and Good  Horses at All Hours  at  thc  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68 Second Street  J BILLIARD  il&POOL  BRIDGE STREET  WE SELL ~  resn I������  All Loading Brands of  Soft Drinks  Cigar;  J.  Meagher, Prop  ew of \jm HixcliisiyeSpeciaities  THE GOAL EVERBEARING APPLE���������The only everbearing  apple in existence. A delicious all-the season fruit. Fine  trees, each ������. SI.00  THE VANDERPOOL RED APPLE���������Thegreat export apple and  keeper.     Each   50c  TH B ORENCO APPLE���������The best dessert apple.   Euch...  50c  THE YAiilMENE PEACE-APRICOT���������A remarkable combination of the apricot and peach. .Hard v. ��������� Each  ;..S1.00  THE VROOMANFRANQUETTE WALNUT���������Produces food of  great nutritious value on a hiahlv ornamental tree.  Each .SI.00  THE SOUVENIR EVERBEARING RASPBERRY���������The  greatest ever bearer.'    Hundred   ..S 14.00  Special Sample Offer  We will send PREPAID to your nearest station next Spring one  of each of these splendid trees and a dozen of Souvenir Raspberries on  receipt of a 85.00 bill, or CO D 85.50. Orders should be placed NOW  for these or any other of our well known stock. We do not ship into the  interior in the Fall.  We issue a SEVENTY PAGE CATALOG of Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, etc., also an ARTISTIC ROSE CATALOG. These will ho sent  on request, together with a pretty colored calendar for this month.  We have a vacancy for a full-time salesman, also for one   or   two  men  with Spare time.  N.B.���������It is MOST IMPORTANT that ORDERS he sent in AT  ONCE.    The stock must reserved NOW.  ^British ColumbiaNurseries Co.,!Ltd  1493 Seventh Ave. W., Vancouver, B. C.  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