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 1^.-.'^"'. ��������� '���������  ���������1 '  i' :  Kettle Valley Orchardist  SIXTEENTH YEAR���������No. 1.3  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY,. JANUARY 20, 1017  '.   $1.00 PER YEAR  E SUPPLY  Only Two Furnaces' inBlast  at Local Plant���������Strike  Situation  A3 has been apparent for the past  two weeks, the labor disturbances in  the Crow's Nest coaljhines have resulted in cutting off the coke supply  for the smelters throughout the  province.  f At the Granby smelter in this  city only two of its eight furnaces  are now being operated. Thjse will  be kept in blast as Icing as possible,  bui if the differences with tlie coal  miners are not soon 'adjusted, the  Granby will be compelled to make  a further reduction'to a single fur  nacp in the near future. No new  shipments are being made from  East Kootenay, and. only the coke  that was in transit at the time the  .'ty.cn stopped work is now arriving  at the local smelter. It is expected  that this supply will suffice to keep  one' or two furnaces running for a  month. At the end of this time, if  the coal miners' strike is not then  settled, the smelter will have to  Hiiow out'all its furnaces.  . " Only married married men are  'employed at the local plant, all the  single men having been laid off until the smelter is in a position to  ���������blow in more furnaces. /As these,  men Have been employed for a  couple of years at good wages, jt is  not anticipated that their enforced  idleness will work a hardship on  anyone.  A telegram was received in the  city today from Hon. Martin -Bur-  rell, member for Yale Cariboo, stat-  ing-that the Ottawa government intended to do everything in lis power  to bring about a settlement of the  labor troubles in the Crow's Nest.  noon. The referendum will be put  to the men on Tiiesday^next. '  ' At ' present there are' .strikes at  Fernie^ Fr^nk, Michel, Hillcfest,  Coalhurst and Cb'inook. It is thought  Bellevue may go out,-the miners being, engaged in a meeting to' decide  this matter.  David Rees, of Bankhead, international board member of the district,  arrived.in Calgary today from the  general board-meeting at Indianapolis. He will say nothing of what  transpired at the Indianapolis con  ference, or whether the union in  tends to take any more active part  in the settlement .of the disputed  points between the miners and the  operators.  CalgaiiYj January 25.���������The representatives*- of the' United Mine  Workers of America of District 18,  in session here, reoeived a message  from Hon. Thomas Grothers, minister of labor, tonight, stating that he  was leaving Ottawa for the west immediately to confer with the men  regarding conditions. Mr. Crothers  asked that the referendum decided  on Wednesday be withheld, as well  as any contemplated action, pending his arrival. He also urged the  representatives to have their men  go back to work.  The representatives left Calgary  for the various mines, and will endeavor to persuade the men out to  return to work uutil the conference  with tho minister of labor has been  held.  The district board of District 18,  United Mine Workers of America,  has been holding sessions in Calgary  for tho last ten .days. Today it de  cided to submit a referendum to the  miners of the district to learn if the  iijo'n wish to accept the finding of  the recent investigation.  The board itself has not yet decided whether to recommend or op-!  pose the acceptance of the report, of  the ^government investigation, but  will arrive at a decision on this at a  meeting   to   be held In to this uftur-  Marquis of Queensberry  May Settle in Province  Prince Rupert, Jap. 24.'���������The  Marquis of .Queensberrry has left for  Granby Bay to visit the Granby  Alining & Smelting company's plant.  He has just arrived on the coast accompanied by H. S. Waugh, a mining expert. The marquis a member  of the distinguished Douglas family  of' Dumfriesshire, Scotland. Fiom  Granby Bay he will go to Ketchi  can, and from there to Prince of  Wales island, off the Alaskan coast,  where he has important mining interests.  Speaking of after the war conditions, the marquis intimated that  the Canadian west would receive a  tremendous influx ol population  from the British islands as well as  from various pa'rts of Europe.. He  himself was contemplating settling  in northern British Columbia, a  region of immense material wealth  and having very encouraging prospects. ��������� '"....    '.������������������-..  Cereal Map  When the "Piping times of peace"  return to this fair Dominion, the  old cry of "Back to the land," which  was so often heard before the war,  will no doubt be renewed with ten-,  fold vigor. Therefore the present  is perhaps* an opportune time for  Canada to set forth to the world the  advantages of settlement within her  boundaries. As a means to this  end the department of the. interior  has issued a new edition of the  cereal map which indicates graphically-to the prospective settler interested in Western Canada the various species of grain which are being  successfully cultivated.in each-township or district.  Simplicity has been the keynote  in placing this infomatiou in concise form. "For example, taking the  four principal grains, wheat is indi  cated on the map by a red circle,  oats by a green, barley by. a yellow,  and flax by a blue. Numerals in  each circle indicate the number of  thousand acres of the particular  grain under crop. The advantages  of such a map, emanating from an  official sgurce, are obvious.  ��������� Copies of the publication may be  obtaiued free upon application to  the superintendent of the railway  lands branch, department of the interior, Ottawa.  Local Chapter of. Daughters  ���������  of the Empire Made a  ���������   Goocl Showing  "The  financial   condition   of   the  Grand-Forks chapter   of tbe'Daugh  ters of the   Empire is good, accord  ing to the treasurer's   report, which  has just been  issued.    The, balannp  brought   forward   on   January    27,  1916, was ������227.71.   During the year  1916 the total receipts of the society  weree8978.68, with expenditures for  the same'period of 8S53.19,   leaving  balance on hand  of  8303 20.    This  is a very good showing.    The members of the organization merit  indi  vidual credit for the good work they  are doing.  IISiTM'I  Consumers of city   water will no  doubt be pleased to  learn  that   the  city   this   winter   has  reduced the  charge   for .thawing    frozen   water  pipes from-$6,00 to ������2.50.   -This re.  duction has been made possible   by  the installation of   more  transformers and by making  other  improve  ments  to   the  water   and light sys  terns, and by placing the service di  rectly under theisupervision  of   the  city electrician.    Citizens who may  have frozen pipes that require thaw  ing out, should showtheir appreciation of the reduced expense by being  prepared to pay for the work in ad  vance.        " "  C. A. S. Atwood's rink retnrned  from the Trail bonspiel last Saturday without a single scalp (trophy)  attached to their belts.  Thirteen million feet of logs will  be taken out for the Cascade sawmill this winter.  At. the the request of the general  assemblies committee, the pastor of  the Presbyterian church will preach  next Sabbath, morning and even  ing, dealing with subjects bearing  on the practical work of the church  in Canada, her mission and what  she is" accomplishing. Those who  think the church is not doing any  thing-are specially asked to>he present.  Pacific railway, is well worth passing on. The camp buildings had  to be removed on the completon of  tho tunnel, and this is the way the  contractor got out the lumber uninjured: At both ends of the buildings he-hung a couple of sticks of  dynomitc inside by a string from  the roof, attached detonators, and,  standing just outside, set. them off.  The resulting explosion loosened all  the boards and started the nails so  that they could be withdrawn without injury to the boards.   -  Geo. Chappie, formerly engaged  in business in this city, is now the  proprietor of a plumbing establishment in Phoenix, Arizona.  Prohibitionists Allege Irregularities in Taking of  ���������    Overseas Vote  Torwald Larson, who has been a  resident of the valley for about five  years, left on Wednesday for New  Westmiuster, where he will join a  crew now being recruited for railway  construction work in France.  f  The Grauby's production at Any  ox at the present time is a little less  than   3,lu0,U00   pounds of   copper'  per month.  ��������� W. S. Ashley left for Vancouver  on Tuesday with the intention of  enlisting in the Hying corps.  'Stanley Mass.e left for Vancouver  on Tuesday to enlist with the Royal  Canadian overseas forces.  Joe McDonald purchased a large  cash register at the Pacific hotel  auction sale last Monday.    He may  - i.i  advertise for enough coin to fill it.  Begiuners will be received at' the  public school up till February 12.  They mu3t be six, or nearly six,  years of age.  J. D. Campbell has returned from  ���������j.' trip to. Fernie. ,  The tonnage of the Granby company in the north is about to be increased substantially through the  opening of a new mine in British  Columbia. This property, referred  to as the Maple Leaf, is situated on  a waterway of that name It has  been subjected to extensive development and is being well equipped,  the equipment including a railroad  and a dock. The sum invested in  development and impiovements is  estsmated at 8500,000.  Bobbie Hughes, son of Mr. and  Mrs. William Hughes, died at the  Phoenix general hospital last Saturday. . Four days previous, while  coasting down a hillside on skis, his  favorite pastime, he contracted a  severe cold. Although the best  medical assistance obtainable was  summoned, the case resulted fatally.  He was only five years old, but was  a great favorite with everyone.  According to a Victoria dispatch  married women in the provincial  government service must explain  how it comes to be that they find it  necessary to work for a living when  they have husbands who  shonld be;  f they are not, bread   winners.     A  number of women employees in the  egislative buddings have been ' re  quested to explain the need-of their  being employed. All single men,  too, of military age and physically  fit, and who have no dependents,  must"go. This was the decision arrived at at a meeting of the legislative councii Tuesday morning, at  which curtailment of ,������taff both in  side and out was discussed.  Mending Trousers  Two pastors' wives were visiting  together. One said: "I don't know  what we will do���������my husband is so  discouraged. Somehow bis people  do not care to hear him preach, and  our salary is far behind. My hus  band feels so blue that he does not  care to visit the people and pray  with them, and so he sift around at  home' nearly all the time." The  other sister said: "We are gptti-ng  along fine. My husband spends  much of his time visiting, and the  p"Ople like to have him kneel and  pray with them in their homes.  Our congregations ace always   good,  A delegation of prohibitionists"  from Vancouver is to meet the pro- '  vincial executive in Victoria at 3  o'clock this afternoon to back up a  formal written demand for a^ royal  commission, to investigate Sir Richard "McBride, agent-general in ..London, with regard to alleged irregu-  laries in connection with the taking  of the overseas soldiers' vote on the  prohibition referendum.  Prohibitionists are freely intimat-  ing the deferred vote was a frame-up  to^beat them and that the late premier was one of the instigators of it.-  They openly ^ allege, also, that investigation will sho^ that Sir Richard McBrid was a willing party and  that he closed his eyes to certain  irregularities. Prohibitionists say  the matter should be "shown up"  whether they win or lose. A formal  resolutioQ passed by the prohibition  executive has been sent to the provincial secretary. This is to be the  subject of today's conference.  The resolution sets forth in detail  certain allegations and demauds that  his actions rtapecting the taking of  the vote be investigated by a royal  commission. Should the government consent to this it undoubtedly  will mean the early return to this  province, of Sir Richard, as nothing  less than his personal attendance  would satisfy the prohibitiouists  who would bring the charges.  General Election If  Sevigny Is Defeated?  An Ottawa dispatch to the Montreal Star says the argument is  heard at the capital that the prime  minister should not go to England,  with political problems unsettled at'  home, and that particular significance is attached to an editorial in  the Journal-Press, the new Conservative paper in Ottawa, which  says: "It calls for an immediate  election if the Hon. Mr. Sevigny is  defeated in Dorchester next Saturday. Conservative members are  quoted as urging Sir Robert to delay his answer to Sir Wilfrid Lau-  rier's proposal until the Dorchester  result is known."  MEIEOROLGGICAL  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on \i. F. Laws'ranch:  Mia  19���������Friday    11  20���������Saturday  15  21���������Sund'iy  17  22���������Monday  25  23���������Tuesday  24  24���������Wednesday .. 33  25 ���������Thursday   35  Jan  Max.  -4  4  8  10  in  ���������M  Indies  V wrinkle from Engineer Walton,  who has been engaged on tlie new  Cunnaugiit tunnel on  the  Canadian  "      :                     '                                                                           James  and oursalary is paid up promptly ", yMOWfa|,     :] q  While the two sisters   were   talking j    they were  mending  trousers.    One       At a Patriotic  fund   auction   sale  was mending her husband's   trous-'at Hamilton, Ont., lant week, a rloz-  ers at the seat; the other was   mend-, en eggs sold for $30.    This is a few  inc   her  husband's   trousers-at the  cents more than   the  average   price:  knees. paid for eggs in Grand Forks. >ff������   SUN,    ������RANB   FORKS,   B. G.  G. A. EVANS, EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  SUBSCRIPTION RATES,���������PAYABLE IN/ADVANCE   81.00  One'Yettr (in Canada and Great Britain)   One Year-(iri the United Slates)  -.   Address all communications to  Til K.G HAND FOIMCS SUK,   *  Phone 101R      ,        *      '"^      Ghand Forks, B. C.  during the coming year. In the tremendous  j strain yet to come a, vital factor will bo an  ! ample and unfailing flow of food tov England  ���������and France. No matter what difficulties may  llace us, the supreme duty "of every man on  L '^q the land is to use every thought and every en-  jcrgy in the direction of producing iriore, and  still more. ������  office:   colomwa avenue.axd lake street.  FRIDAY, JANUARY 2,6,  1917  The indications at the present time are that  mining     and   smelting  operations   throughout the province will shortly come to a complete stoppage through the  labor disputes in  the  Crow's  Nest.    The  federal  government  has made several threats that if the differences  between  the  operators and their employees  are  not immediately adjusted it would take  over  the coal  properties  and operate them.  If the men and the operators do not come to  an  agreement   within   the   few  days,   these  threats should  be  put  into execution.    The  government could find ample justification  for  taking this step.    The metals produced at the  Granby, Trail, Greenwood and Anyox  smelters  are  needed in   the  manufacture of war  munitions  for  the entente  powers.    Unless  'these plants are"supplied with coke, they  can  not continue operations.    In our opinion,   no  other justification  for the execution of  the  government's threatened action  will  be  re-  quired. ���������������  Hon. John Oliver, minister.of railways, and  .in his capacity of acting premier, last week,  took up with Mackenzie & Mann the tjuestion  of the property on.the Songhccs reserve which  the Canadian Northern wants for its terminals  at Victoria, and asked the company foi: details as to what it intends- doing with the  prooert}'-, and also what the company would  give for it. In plans filed by the railway with  the late govornment, it,was indicated-that the  railway wanted some forty-one acres. A.mass  of-correspondence over this is on file, but it is  altogether too indefinite for the new ministca  of railways. - ;  The .Dominion parliament was- formally  opened last Friday-by his excellency the Duke  of Devonshire, the governor-general of Cau-  'ada. The session promises to be one of unusual interest, as it will, decide, among other  things, whether there shall be an early election. ���������  In the January number of The Agricultural  Gazette of Canada Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of agriculture, appeals to the man on the  land as follows:    For two years and a ��������� half,  war, red and ruinous, has raged  through   the  world, and still no decision has been reached.  There is reason to hope that before 1917 closes  the struggle for liberty will have been won," or  be greatly advanced. Amid the varying phases  hf this titanic conflict the fact stands out more  clearly  than   ever .that agriculture is of supreme importance.    Extraordinary   measures  are being taken by the allied countries to  increase and encourage production.    It is earnestly hoped that every farmer in Canada will  strive to increase the food supply of the  em-  . pire.    A   still   powerful   and   unscrupulous  enemy openly avows its intention' to  try   an<  sink all ships carrying  supplies  to Euglan-.i  The lieutenant-governor of British Columbia, it is announced, has forwarded the sum of  $28,082.13 to the governor-general of Canada  for transmission to the national committee for  relief in Belgium, being a contribution, realized by savings, from the school children of  this province for the relief (if Belgian children  in "that part of Belgium occupied by Germany.  Entt'r .TnmCH Bailey' EnR'rtowlnO.HBnry  of '"J'lio 01);m|)inu"     _of tlio "Urpndwiijr  Eng'rThoR: Loftua  of tho "Twentieth .    _     . . _.   _  Oontury IjimltoUi" ���������..."   Chicago, .Milwaukee ���������'. Limited," Ponnsyl-  Mow York Central    '"   .   mulSt. l'nul ;   vnnin linilroml.  Linos.   Ho onrricB a      Rnilwnj;.' He carries Ho carrion a  Hamilton Wuteli.    .'   aUumiltouWutcli.       Hamilton Watch.  Eng'r, Wm. S. Hair  of tho  "BantaroDoIinxo."  Bautivl'o Railroad.  Il'o carries a  Hamilton Watch.  Four Famous Trains ~ and/ the  .Famous Watch That Times. Them  Cm.  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS, B.C.  Hon. J. IT. King, minister of public works,  is quoted as having made the following announcement at Cranbrook last week: "We  had to close down publie works throughout  the province. There was nothing else for us  to do, as we did not have the money to continue operations."  Two more provincial by-elections, each of  more than merely local interest, will be held  soon���������in Alberni, to fill the vacancy caused  by Premier Brewster's refinquislmie/it of that  seat, to sit for'Victoria, for which he was also  returned in the general election; and in Newcastle, which' has. been left without a-repre-  sentative by Parker Williams' acceptance of a  commissionership on the workmen's compensation board. J. P. Bledsoe has been chosen  as'the Liberal candidate for Alberni. and  JanTes Wilkes, of Vancou'verr, a native ~st>n of  Newcastle district, will run in that riding in  the Liberal interest. The Conservatives have  not yet chosen their champion in Alberni; but  the somewhat notorious ex-Socialist, more recently former Conservative-capitalist member  for Nanaimo, J. IT. Hawthornthwaite, will  try to break into politics again in the Conservative, or his own, interest, in Newcastle.���������  -Pacific Canadian.  x  Sfe British Columbia  Nurseries Co., Ltd.  gf Vancouver  C_y4re now booking orders for spring, 1917,  delivery of their well-known, hardy  Fruit and  Ornamental  Stock  Prices   include  packing   and   delivery to *  customer's nearest station.   Write at once  for 70-page Catalogue,  also  artistic  Rose  Catalogue, free.  We always, have room for an energetic,  honest salesman. (^Attractive proposition for the right man. -  A 'brainless   machine  is   not  a dangerous  ���������iv;.I.  TO INVESTORS  THOSE WHO, FROM  TIME  TO  TIME, HAVE  FUNDS   REQUIRING    INVESTMENT  MAY   PURCHASE   AT   PAR  IN SUMS OF $500, OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREQF  Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by  cheque (free of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at  the rate of fivc^er cent per jiniuim from the date of purchase.  Holders of ibis stock will have the privilege of surrendering  at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made under any future war loan issue in  Canada other than an issue of Treasury Bills or other like short  date security. ,  . Proceeds of tins stock are for war purposes only.  A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed  to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in  respect of applications for this stock which bear their stamp.  For application formB apply to the Deputy Minister of  Finance, Ottawa.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA  OCTOBER 7th, 1916.  wiimBsssBasmmmmagmBiB^^  !K1TI cm  Arthur Spealman left yesterday  for Jackson . basin, in the-Slocah  country.  ��������� J. E. Thompson, of Phopnix,  member for Grand Forks riding in  the local house, was a visitor in the  city yesterday.  Born���������In Grand Forks, on Thursday, January,25, to Mr. and Mrs.  James Barringbam, a daughter.  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Buy  Your  a  oai n,  o\v  Office!  . F. Downey's Cigar Sture  TeiiKpjionks;  Offick, K������6 Ffpst Strppt  Hansk.Vs Rksidekce. KR8 ,ual u������GGl.  At a meeting of*the Grand Forks'  Liben-1 association, yesterday morning, H W. Gregory was recommended for police and licen.se commissioner..  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GRAND  FORKS  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Iliys  and Good  Horses at All Hours  the  at  The thawing of frozen water-pipes  has been phi end under h" supervision of the City Ele-tricun, whoso  instructions anj to collect $2 50 in  each case before thawing nipes The  public are asked to make his duties  more pleasant by having the cash  ready.  JOHN A.  HUTTON,  City Clerk.  Pays for The  Sun for an  entire year. It is the brightest  paper in the Boundary con itrv  John Wanainaker says in Judicious  Advertising: , "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls, ft begins very gently  at first, but the; pull is steady. It; increases day by day and year by year,  until it exerts an irresistible    po "or."  odel Livery Bam  ���������M. H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 6������ Second Street  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made   to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering   Neatly  Done.  R.C.McCUTCH EON  WINNII'RO AVBNUF vast  \  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,    B. C.  >;  1 B.t -HODGES  Former Superintendent of the  Granby Smelter Now on  the Coast     '  ���������Victoria, Jan. 23.���������"Millions of  dollars in the . eastern states are  ready for investment in .British Columbia mines,!' 'yesterday said A."  13, W. Hodges, who a few years ago  was one of the best known, mining  men in the provincej-e-ut who left  ' here to take'cha-?ge of the interests  of a big South American company.  He is back again and "yvill leave to-  / night on his way to Anyox to inspect the mines anii* smelter of the  G:anby company.  Mr. Hodges was manager of the'  (Jranby- interests and their mines  at Phoenix when they built the  smelter at GrBnd Forks, and he is  given much credit for the early success of this comdany, which' at that  time was headed by Jay P. Graves^  . ot Spokane. There is scarcely a  ii.iuu.ig man in this country who  cues not know Mr. Hodges familiarly, ' and bis return to the scenes of  his labors of some fifteen years will  be interesting to the oldtimers.  It is Mr. Hodgesi purpose to visit  all of the mining districts of the  province before he returns east.  ; *. K^Upon his return trom Anyox he  will go to Spokane, where the mining fraternity is planning a banquet  in   his  honor.    Then   he will con  tinue his inspection of British -Col.:  u'm'bia properties, after which he  will go east.  Silver Crosses for  . Bereaved Mothers  ������������������ "The'Canadian mother vyho. has  given'a life to the (JHuse'of right on  the battlefields of Fiance���������a Jit'e  more precious than her own���������the  life ef a son, over whose grave- she  can not place a cross, wil1, wear a  little silver cros's over her own heart  that we may know that she'cherish-  es-a memory that is-priceless of one  who faltered not at the call of duty  but willingly and gladly laid down  his life,for his country," says Every  woman's'World, in a touching little  comment in its December issue. It  continues:.   ���������      '_���������.  "Sir Robert Borden has approved  the suggestion of W. A. Fraser that  a silver cross be given to .mothers  who have lost their sons on the battlefield, 'somewhere in France'���������and  it is expected that these crosses will  shortly be struck oil and distributed.  "Canada will thus-pay a simple  trfbute to a courageous motherhood  tbat has laid0 it sacrifices on the  altar of freedom, bearing its loss  with splendid fortitude and unfailing  courage." '���������������,  THE     MINISTER     OF     FINANCE  J  REQUESTS         *  THE  PEOPLE    OF   CANADA    TO  BEGIN NOW  TO  SAVE   MONEY   FOR   THE  fa  NEXT WAR LOAN  \  JAN. 9. 1917  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE  OTTAWA  TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,.  HAIR STOPS FALLING  Save your Hair!   Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine right now���������Also  stops itching scalp.  J. J. Warren, managing director  of the Consolidated company, in his  annual report to the shareholders,  stated that an epoch in the metal  lurgical 'history of Canada was  marked by the completion of the  copper refinery at the Trail smelter.  He also referred .to the establishment of the electrolytic zinc plant  and the plants for the manufacture  at Trail of snlphuric and bydro-  fiuosilicic.  Sureness and Speed in  The Telephone  . It is one of the odd things in this world  that the quick estf way is almost in variably the  simplest'and the best.  .--��������� It is so with the Telephone. It is instantaneous in action, and absolutely certain in  transmission of sound. You know.that what  you say is going as you said it, and you know  the next moment that it has been heard.  Nothing excells the Telephone in sureness  and speed.  ; BRITISH COLUMBIA   .  TELEPHONE COMPANY, LTD.  - Thin, brittle, colorless- and scraggy  hair is mute evidence of a neglected  scalp; of dandruif���������that -awful scurf.  There is nothing so destructive to  the'hair as dandruff. It robs the hair  of its lustre, its strength and" its very  .life'; eventually producing a. feverish-  ness and itching of the scalp, which  if not remedied causes the hair roots  to shrink,v loosen and dio���������then the  hair falls out fast. A .little Danderine  tonight���������now���������any time���������will surely  save your hair.  Get a 2a cent bottle of Knowlton's  Danderine from any. drug store. You  surely can havo beautiful hair and lots  of it if you will just try a" little Danderine.   ' Save   your   hair!    Try   it!  Compulsory Military  Service Could Only \  , Apply to Britishers  . Ottawa, Jan; 20.���������In view of the |  alarm created among some of the  foreign-born population in Canada,  andthe'exodus from some parts, of  a number of non-Canadian-born  citizens to the United States,because  of stories of impending conscription,  the following official statement has  been given out:  ' "No measure of conscription has  yettbeen under consideration by the  government, and in\any event compulsory military service could only  apply to British subject* resident in  Canada Moreover, men working on  farms or industries essential for carrying on the war, such as munition  factories, steel plants and coal mines  are engaged in work of such importance for war purposes that even  if compulsory military service should  be adopted, there is little probability  that they would be disturbed."  IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  Look   Mother!     If  tongue   Is  coated,  cleanse little ���������bowels with "California Syrup of Figs."  P-.BURNS6&CO,  Dealers in  Fresh and Salt Meats  Fish and Poultry  Our cTWotto: "Quality and Service"  Markets in Nearly All the Boundary  and Kootenay,Towns  First Street Grand Forks  H. W.^Breen, o/VIanager  Mothers can rest easy after giving  "California Syrup of Figs," because in  a few hours all the clogged-up waste,  sour bile and fermenting food gently  moves out of the bowels, and you have  a well, playful child again.  S*iclc children needn't be coaxed to  take this harmless "fruit laxative."  Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action on the  stomach, liver and bowels fs pfdmpt  and sure.  Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which  contains directions for babies, children  of all ages and for grown-ups.  GRIL'S STATEMENT WILL  HELP GRAND FORKS  .Here is-the girl's own story: "For  years I bad dyspepsia, sour stomach  and constipation. I drank hot water  and olive oil by the gallon. Nothing  helped me until I tried buckthorn  bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in  Adler i-ka. ONE SPOONFUL liolp-  ed me INSTANTLY." Because Adler i-ku flushes the ENTIRE alimentary tract it relieves* ANY CASIO  constipation, sour stomach or gas and  prevents appendicitis. It has QUICIv-  I EST action nf anything we ever sold.  Woodiand it Quiim, druggists.  AssuringYour  usmess  ' A- policy of advertising is a '   ���������  policy of life assurance, and the  ���������   protectiion   thus   secured  is  well worth its annual cost.  . Old Customers die  or  move  ,'' away���������they must.be replaced.  Old customers are subject to  the influence of tempation���������  'they maybe induced to divide  their custom���������to do some of  ���������their shopping at ^competitor's. ..-���������'..." '  $Tew customers to this com-  , _ munity will shop .with you���������  become regular customers���������if  they are invited to do so.  Your competitor's advertising  is an influ'ence which must be  offset if you are to maintain  .'' your tr^ade.  . Not.to advertise regularly to  the readers of  THE GRAND FORKS SUN'  Is to leave your business un--'  protected.  B  a  It is no sign of weakness to follow the lead of advertising.  You owe it to yourself to get  ��������� the most for your money, the  best goods and the best service.  And if you find that your inclination is to shop where you  are invited to shop rather than  continue to be a customer of  the shop which never, solicits  your good will, you need have  no compunction of conscience.  Shop Where You Are  Invited to Shop  \  UHIHMMWI THE   SUfc. ..GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  -!*������  VSS&.  W  m  m  riPj&i  Nothing is more important to the Fur  Shipper than doing: business with an  Honest���������Reliable���������Responsible���������Safe  I Fur House.  "Ship to Shubert"  j the largest house in the World dentine  exclusively. in American Raw Furs,  whore yon will always rcceivo nn Accurnto  and Liberal Assortment, the JligheBt Market  Prices and tho usual "Shubort" Efficient,  Speedy, Courteous service.  Write for tho latest edition of "GUjC  jBhltlirrt ������liip|trr" contnlninp valunblo  Market information you must have.  10 CENT "CASCARETS"  JF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE  For~  A.   E     SHURFRT   I���������������   25-27 WEST AUSTIN  AVE.  /v*   "���������   oxl u OH.K 1 , Inc. Dept. Ci 19, CHICAGO, U.S.A.  Eor   Sick   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  Sluggish Liver and Bowels���������They .  . work while you sleep.  Up-to-Date Jewellery      )  Go to Timberlake, J1 on & Co.  now existing in the East Kootenay  mines, and the consequent detrimental effect these periodic disturbances have on the mining and smelting Industry throughout the prov-  nce, was unanimously adopted, and  a copy oi' it was ordered to he sent  to our member at Ottawa, Hon.  ���������Martin Burrell.  Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches  come from a torpid liver and  clogged   bowels,    which   cause   your  stomach to become .filled  with  undigested food, which sours and ferments  like garbage in a swill barrel.   That's  the first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases, bad breath; yellow  skin, mental fears, everything that Is  horrlblo. and nauseating.   A Cascaret  to-night   will   give   your   constipated  bowels    a    thorough    cleansing,  and  straighten you out by morning.   They  work while you sleep���������a 30-cent. box  from your druggist, will keep you feeling good for months.  Newest Styles ���������   " '���������     , ���������    Choicest Patterns  LcSwest Prices  MINING MISCELLANY  rciun-  OF IICHI  I     Pte. John Fray, who was "gassed"  ;-while   on   active   service in France  'and is now suffering from   the   aftereffects, has returned to Canada on a  six mouths' leave.    During the past  week he visited Mr. and'Mrs.   F.   J.  Lakp and other friends in this .city.  i He   had   many  interesting   remin-  j iscences .of   exciting   events at-the  Mayor   Acres presided at a public front to re!ate> and those who-   were  meeting held in   the   city    hall  last  fo"uu������te eiHm'^ t0 &*aVl interview  0     '   ,        ... .,,   ���������        ,      with him gained    a   clearer coucep  Saturday afternoon, called for the tion of the great struggle. lMr. Fray  purpose of urging the federal gov- left Grand Forks for overseas with  ernment to take measures to end 'he second contingent His home  the labor troubles in the coal fields while in this coontrywilJ be at the  in the Crow's Nest. The meeting EstIuilljalt hosfital-  ���������was largely attended by representa- w> K������ c ManIv and Jeff Davjc  tive citizens, and a resolution setting returned on Saturday from a ihre,-  forth the   unsatisfactory   conditions   weeks' triplo the coast cities.  Canada is producing two new  minerals as a direct result of the  war, according to a statement made  by l)r Adams, town planning commissioner, at a meeting of the commission" on conservation. One is  magnesium, which is: now ��������� befng  used to make star shells for the  Canadians on the western front, and  the other ferro molybdenum, which  is now being exported both to Russia and Britain.  to ye Indians iruy be wholly suppressed, when if done, wee hope wee  shall live peacefully."���������Girard in  Philadelphia Public'Pedger.  Tfie Quality Jewellers  Bridge Street, Next Telephone Exchange, (Sand. Forks  The main tunnel and other under  around workings of, the British Columbia Copper company 'at Copper  mountain now aggregate about 5000  feet, or close to one mile. A trolley  car system is being installed in -the  main tunnel. The working force all  winter has averaged between 250  -iiid 400 men.  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  schemes to gain new subscribers or to  hold.-those we already have.  GRAND FORKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS  STATEMENT   OF  EXPENDITURE, 1915  Having shipped ore for -a period  ������f about five months, the Electric  Point mine, near Northport, Wash.,  one of the heavy lead shippers to  the Trail' smelter, made a net profit  of approximately 895,000. Commencing with January 31 the com  pany will make a monthly distrihu  ;ioii of profits at .he rate of not less  ������80 U0  SOUR, ACID'-STOMACHS,-'  GASES OR INDIGESTION  Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3000  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.        . ���������'  Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No Indigestion,  heartburn, sourness or belching���������of-  gas, acid, 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 remedy in the whole world and besides.it  is harmless. Put an end to stomach  trouble forever 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. It's the quickest,  surest and ' most harmless stomach  doctor in the world.  ���������  ���������     OEN'BRATi SCHOOfi  Teachers "salaries  $9,655 00  Supplies���������  616.S0  "   Janitor...  84 1S  ''   Fuel...'..  740.44  Repairs���������  ���������  General.:   223.35  Expense���������  Maps   '     6.50  Health inspec  tion   2C7 35  . ' Janitor    .9(J0.0d  School garden  261.95  Secretary    - 150 nn  Library ���������  35 85  General    101.72  Insurance  122.31  incur  V  sciroor,  Tachers salaries S  2,845.00  Expense���������  Janitor   IS 7.50  Repairs   "  123.23  Health inspec  tion    32.25  Libi'arv   16.20  Pupils' supplies  83.65  Incidenals,fuel,  etc  ...  . 66.55  $13,165.45  mastered their  trade, and \veodo  have to charge  for the "service"  of j| hunting up  samples in specimen books.  $3,.359.3S  Total    expenditure    High   ,  and Public Schools, 1916.S16.524 S3  Dated   ab  Grand  January 18,  1917.  J. A. McCallum,  Chairman.  Forks  G  b. a,  H. Hull,  Secretary.  "Dry" Wave Started in 1680  The water wagon started on its  journey through this country longer  Mgo than most persons .realize. I  V.fl'er ^ynii proof, of this assertion,  which was 236 years old last   April  It.is in the form of a petition to  .1 Mv.-ii governor signed by twelve  men who wms- deterniinnl that the  brewt-j-.-' big horses shouldn't run  over them: .   .  "Where as, wee, ye inhabitants of  ye neu Seated Towne near ye falls-  of Dtllavvare (called Crewcorne),  finding ~ ourselves aggrieved by ye  Indians    when   drunkt     informeth  I that we he and have been in great  danger of our lives, of our hou.*e.-  burning, of our goods stealing ;incJ  our Wives and Children afi'righting.  Insomuch that wee are a feared to  go about our Lawful affairs, least  when we come home we iinde ym  and our affairs damn fieri  "These   things    considered,   w-'e  doe humbly & jointly desire that in,  selling of .brandy and strong Jiqu- r.*  ���������������������������-���������.���������������������������rr % -,rTim-mmiaumtm MwltWJI ���������_^_  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAKK   your   repairs  to   Ai-msi./i,  >),<���������>    ,  puller.     Il10   Hiii,.    |.(m|:   f,���������.   U|U   |jj  Hoot.  SECOND-HAND   GOODS '  U rOHKsT CASH PIU<;|.;.S ,,,,1,1 f���������r ���������|,| ������,���������,  II and    UiuiKt's.    K. C.   IVelilmm,   w,.,  limnl Sliirn,  Yale  Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty"  P. A,   Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yalk IToti-x. First-Street  WE PRINT  Letterheads  Noteheads*'  Billheads"  .   'Statements  Envelopes  Business car-ds  Visiting-cards  ������������������'.- Posters-  Dodgers  Ship pi i ig tags *  Mentis  '  Ball programs  Woddiim- in-  :-'f" vitations  Price lists  '-Pamphlets  ' ��������� Circulars .   ���������  And, commercial  and societyiprint  ing of cveiyrde-  sci'iption.  Sen*  for  Our������  FRBB  RIVO  l.liT  TO-HAY  Post  Prim.  Maitert". upeelxl rlnjj offer. Solid 22-ct. Wedding R|nli and either  Solid Oold Keeper Hinu for a /- f71 dollarj; mailed f-ee to anr  addrei* In tho world, uritad I5<. now, and Pa/ISs.on dellrery.  mm  Masfrri marvellous valim, solid 22-cl.  ������lth������Tifl-ct.Ceni!'ln(;,snnv;rhDI.-i onds  40'- fo-r dollars), or 20'- with ordrr a  Spom.-il attention given to lorelgn cnqiilr  VA -T- US', Lid.   IJoooStpr

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