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 **un^vaa.J*i-*.jrUi*J~AKua*iAt&*maa.t*A nvucw  un*-**������***������>n <��������� ^"W"1**  Kettle Valley ;-Orchar'dist  (*"  19TH YEAIt^-No -58  GRAND FORKS   B. C< FRIDAY,   JULY 16,  1920  "Toll mi what you Know is true:  I can siiuss as well as you."  SI.00 PER YEXIJ  THE-"WEATHER-  R HUH  Government Has Decided  to . Grant Request oi!  Citizens i'or Use of Portion of Court House  10. C. Henniger, chairman..of ,the  school board, this week received a  telegram from Hon J. D./MacLean,  minister of education, saying that  the government had decided to grant  the request of the Grand Forks citi  zens for the use of a portion of the  provincial court house for high  school purposes. The telegram further staled tbat a man would be  sent herev at ouce to .inspect the  premises and to report on what alterations-in the building would be  required. A request was also made  by the minister for a statement as  to. when the building would be  needed for school purposes.  The following is the^ minimum  and maximum''temperature for each  day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on K. F. Laws' ranch:  ��������� A Fax  9���������Friday 4)7  10���������Saturday. ."'. 00  11- Sunday 81  li^���������Monday     (J7  13--Tuesday   78  14 ��������� Wednesday ..  $7  15 Thursday..... (J5  July  Min  :")7  57  ofi  5:3  5G  54  [condition   than.v any    other city in  I British'Columbia. *  :0nly.":-.Tlirec'    Portfolio  CRanpes From Borden's  - ��������� * *  Ministry���������Galdcr Presi-  "   dent oil, Privv Council  Ottawa., July 13.���������Additions to  the new cabinet of������*Hon Arthur  Meighen are: E K Spinney, M P.  for Yanfioutli, N. S : W. S. Me-  .-Curdy, 'M.P. for. Colchester. N. 6,,  and li.   Wigmore*,' M P. for. -St  John,  N. s .  "E. K Spinney and R. Wigmme  were this uftcrnoon sworn in as incur  bers of the new cabinet, the former  as minister without portfolie and the  latter as minister ot customs and in  land revenue. The others eworn in  were Sir Oeorge Foster. Sir James  Loughexl, Hon Hugh Guthrie, Hon.  J. A Calder, Hon. A. L.. Sifton,  Hon. Dr. Reid, Senator Robertson  and Sir Henry Drayton.  Of the former ministers who served  under Sir Robert Borden,   a   number  of whom    are    now ��������� sworn    in under  Arthur Meighen, only three have any  ohange    iu    their    Designations.     Sir  James Louglieed.., now   becomes minister of the interior "arid superintendent!  general of Indian   afl'airs    instead    of j  minister of soldier' civil   re-establish-;  mont; Hon. J. A. Calder  retains   his!  old portfolio as minister of    immigra  tion and colonization, but in addition  is named president of the privy coun-J  oil, the position held by Hon. N.   W. J  Rowell, who reeigned; and    Sir   Ed-j  ward Kemp, former overseas minister-  Joe McDonald, one of the original  i old-timers- of Grand Grand Fork?,  | returned oa S-iturday from Van<-  conver' whore he been making his  his home during tlie past few years.  Victory and ' War Bonds  Arc Pledged for Funds  to Retire Debentures  Amounting to $55{000  Lists   Are   to    Be"   Kept-  Open  Up  to    the  End  oi'   the   Present Month.-  Req nests   From    Many  So urces  Victoria, July 14.���������On account of  representations from many sources,  and by reason of the fact that it is its  desire to obtain.as full a registration  as possible, the government has do  eided to extend the period in which,  all eligible voters may guin admission,  to. the new' provincial lists until the  end of the present month.       N  .This decision applies to-all districts  alike, and in making the announcea  meat this morning, Hon. t D? Mac  L������,an, minister of education and pro-'  vinoia.1 sec-rosary, urges upon every  qualified elector the desirubilitv of  bis -.or- her name appearing on the  voters'list now  being compiled.  Imports reaching the parliament  buildings indicate, that registration-in  the outlying districts has been slow,  and utiles.-: there is considerable mora  interest taken during the extended  period it is feared that not more than  half of the rural electorate will have  been included in the new lists.  It would be well for voters to bear  id mind that if their names are not  filed with the registrars named to  take the same for the new  cial voters'list, they'will be disen  frauchised from voting on the prohibition 'plebiscite this fall, and in  the provincial election, which it is  generally believed will follow soon  after the former vote is taken. Don't  postpone the registration for a mo-J  merit. Do it now. The date of clos j  jug the new provincial voters' list!  has been fixed by the government  for Ati'-u.-t 1.  A crisis, in municipal financing  has apparently been averted by the  loyalty of the 'citizens of Grand  Forks to their city.  On the l'Dt.h Inst, debentures is-  .sued twenty years ago to the amount  of 8-15,500 became due. To retire  these and another'i-sue of 811,700,  which matured in May last, the city  was, bv an act oft he late se.-sion of  the legislature, granted p-'rmi-si>n  to issue 855,000 of refunding de  bentures.- These bonds have o en  issm-d andqdacerl with an eastern  financial firm for dispn-al, but owing to the-depression of tbe money  market no buyers have   been found.  in the meantime the old bonds  arrived in the city promptly on  time,' and payment was demanded  But there were do available funds  with which to comply with the demand. This was the ugly situation  that confronted the people of the  city this morning;  " A citizens' meeting was,.called for  this evening to endeavor ' to devise  some meads whereby the good repu  tation of city in financial matters  might be retained. Mayor Acres,  who presided, laid the situation 'be-,  fore those present very plainly, and  in this task he was ably aided by  Chairman Hull of the finance com  mittee and by Manager Nibs of tbe  Bank of Commerce.  The situation was Fquari-ly faced  by those present, and th^ opinion  prevailed thai at all hazards tbe city  must be kept from defaulting in payment or from going under a receivership. After a iree discussion it was  ,     '     decided   to   h duce cii/vus h ddirg  R<  B  From August 1 Liixuiy  Will Be Collected By  Means oi' Internal Revenue Stamps  Instructions have now been received by the-inland revenue department olliuial.i on the coast regarding  tlie'deoision to institute a new system -of collecting luxury taxes.  This new system will go into' efleet  on August 1 Up till tha.t rlate. the  system instituted when the taxes  were imposed will continue in ell'ect.  The new system will mean a great  saving of labor to merchants. Instead  of having to keep track of the  amounts collected on innumerable  sales, turning in the collections and  duplicate sales slips to the depart  merit, it will only be necessary to buy  a quantity of.inlank revenue Stamps  at intervals, these stamps to be attached to the article sold or to the ue-  ceipt and defaced There may be objection to the uew .system on the score  that in some ���������' eases it will involve  heavy initial -j outlay on the part of  the merchant.  Utjki  ouiiiie Jiusmess J. runs-  acted and Communications Rend and Considered  TlV mayor and.all   the   aldermen  were prc--rtu at the reirniar   mt eimi:  of tiieei;;,   council on Mommy even  iiig  A letter from Premier Oliver relating logthe collection of school  taxes in urban districts was ordered  filed.  A resolution was adopted empowering the finance committee to  dqal wilh the debentures which matured on the 13th inst.  A letter   was  read    from the Pro  vincial O!o Men's Home in reference  to Wm. (Jart.-r,   an   inmate    of   the  home from this   city.    A   resolution  was ad >p:e.'l a.-kiog the home to   re  lease   Mr. Carter,   and   staling   that  tlie city would pay for hi-*, transportation lmnif- and for bis mnintcnnnc"  it it should be   found mees.-nrv  for  him to re enter tbe borne  The chairman of . the board of  works re; oiled, tb������ bojird sidewalk  to tbe Great Northern denot had  been torn up aim a cinder walk put  d jwn in its place. -  .     ���������  The^chairman of the water and  Ijgh't.committee reported rhet the  city electrician was nt present engaged in transferring, the meters  from the inside to the outside of  houses '  The chief of police was instructed  to notify the City Cartage company  to remove the pilr of manor.- in the  rear of the fire  hall.  Tne tip-peaI for aid  dreu's.   Home,     V  "    ���������ire'tllK  came  from :he t-l.il  ancin.iv' ������������������  council,     r  ���������ii������!l!0  was insuueted to in form   the  nom  ������������������ j trial the apped was under  consider-.  jation   and   that   they would he in-  Jurv Had Stood Six to ^^o:f,,nu^ ,jf "������v leu-r action takew by  the  Council  li. T.  war and   Victory   bonds    c>f   which  there   are   nearly   $300,000  held in  the   city,    to   pledge    a   suflicieiU  amount of these with  the   bank  fori  funds with which to   retire   tbe  oh  debenture issue.    The   Victory   and [ t,ie (-'"sH   "f U"  war    bonds   will   \������- returned to the . *llit- w,li';,) Wi,s u'" i,v   t',">   !"'r'mif'!  owners as soon as the r.ew ci'y tionds ' wit!l ,l Vf'r'!i''t of ^ ,;,'"ls ,liim;'"f>s  I j !      Tiii^   was    decideil    last I'ridav by  Mr.    Ju-tiee    Maedonald    of   the su  to     Give     Oliver     $1000:     A resluiioo was   adopted    author  Damages-Costs Will Be lizin������   the    d^'k    t0    advertise   the  Heavy  liott,  K.C., must    pay   al  Oliver I'll liott   libe  sprinklit," h'jurs in the local papers.  m    the  Stevens  of   mi.itia,    is   now minister without I partmpdt has been brought about by  j are so  i     A committee   consisting of Mayor  ; Acres, K   C. IlenniiMT   and   Chair- j l"'(!l,l!' <'<"���������*���������  Ti"' c',sts wi" l,c' ,K'avv'  f man Hull was appointed   to canva- !     "' tlli,,k iv l'l!lUll>' il *'ils,; wh('n' ll,������  : the city for bonds.    This (^iHirday)   ll!:li"t;iir is ,",lit!'"i l������ f'������s(s/   S!li'',,,p  levelling   they   report   having b;-eti   ":''  I pledged 8-17.000.     Only a few more  damage-,    of   one t'arthit'ig were  up the n-(|uired amount, and the' nwardrd. y-l the d-fendunt bad to  -MCmuO pounds in April. U���������. | cotmuiteee hns Vet auumbet of nu-et the c-ts of the action. Heal-,,  ofhcial returns indicate that the coal j pr0minent citizens to call on. | tiuotod the ea.e of Anderson vs. I'ord-  and coke -ituations   are  improving !     Jt nligbt|)c pointed out tbat those  ThewnprovemHUin thecokiny  de-! who a're pi������.c|yil,K   their   war   bonds  According to a report from .Yew  York, the Granby Consolidated Alining,   -Smelling   &    Power   comdany  produced 2,lSl,j>9 pounds of   cop-; thousand dollar, are needed to make  ������"������V  per in May.   fhis is cotnparabLe with j lin the   reouircd   amount,   and   the ' iiward.-..  ....L,re.    lie poin'ed out    tint  fatii'-ii-,ea-e of M C Alli-te;r vs.  : are taking.uo tk-k whatever, as thr v  portfolio.  Only two ministers of the cabinet,  Hon, B. V. Tolmio, minister of .agriculture,    and    Hon.    P. E. Blondin  ;an addition of coai from minr-s other |ar0 aU;iranlt.ed the   return" of   their *������"** pu'-'li-'"-^  McC'onnell, tried in   Vnncoiivi'i a few  years atro, in which Andn'-on   irot    o  cents   damaiifs   against   the Saturday  lint   they   had    to  pos  tmaster general  now    remain  than of I he (I rauby.  . ; said to h :���������"������������������ restdte;.  i ,  ! produci.  ���������I  to,     property as   soon  as the  in a bsttcs coke ; debentures aredisuosed of.  refunding  J'he mixture is  Tbe en-  ; tire property valuation of the city is  , back of the new bond issue, and  H(l"j Vj- u- I'leniiiger and family re- Grand Forks, when its ; ssets in the  ministered to theseUwo by the clerk j turned this week from a motor trip way of public utilities is taken into  of the privy council. to .Salmon Aim. .   ! consideration, Is   in  better financial  be sworn in. and the oath will be  meet tlie costs,  While the question (,f costs was be  ins.' artoiod before the jud^e, the division of the jury in tie trial \i\~l  w.,el '      '  men  theiremier ���������': iOuO damages.  \'it:toria. July l C. -Tne foli,,wiu<;  are the results of the department  high sch ,ioI ex'imiualiorj:- f.,r iJran.f  Fork-:  Senior (<'rade--John A. D.ivi.-,  712; .\[ary (j. F. Grimihs, T-'Jf5.  Junior      Matriculation     Kuby  Smith, (500; Sarah V. McCallum,  0o0; Kthel V. Cailson, t;i'J: ,\iina  10. livtuu, <i'js; Kathleen I;. Kerby.  5-SO. Granted supplemi-ntai examination��������� Helen l.\'in:pb;.|j and  Fi".iiices Shi,an.  Iv.  1'eiri'ett    ;il,i  ,vas mad--- piiblii:.    Of    tho ei^ht   from   Anyox   on  on     ihejiilV. dx  were awal'dine ! ,vi|]   ^r()\,a\)]y Inr,ye to  i i-hort visit, with fiiern  ������'ife    retunied  li.Ti.lay.    They  S'.'i'-tth    ;;fur  s h'.re.  \  ��������� ?f*.7J: -:Vfc������.������.-J JrB^J.r.L.J.T!ttAT3;C^^^^^^  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,    B. G.  0   U  AN   INDEPENDENT  NEWSPAPER  G.  A,  EVANS. EDITOR AHD" PUBLISHER  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain) 81.00  One Year (in the United States)   Address all communications to  Tiik Guan'd Forks Sun,  Phonic 101 R Gkaxd Forks, V>. C.  OFFICE:     COLQ.M IMA AVKXUF AND LAKH STUKIiT.  FRIDAY, JULY 10.  1920  The .splendid loyalty of the citizens of Grand  Forks    to   their    city     in." coming    to   the  aid, financially, of their municipality, and thus  save  it   from   humiliation   and  the stigma of  going into the hands of a receiver, .deserves  all the praise that the people can bestow upon  those who have pledged their private  Wealth  to meet an  extraordinary emergency.   While  the  circumstances leading' up to the present  plight of the city are peculiar in many inspects,  yet the ratepayers do not feel inclined  to absolutely absolve the present and past councils  from blame for .not having taken steps to avert  the climaxprecipitatcd today, although the extenuating circumstance, may be advanced that  enabling legislation was lacking for the conn-  oil to act earlier iu the wav which it did.   But  some other course might have been found.  think the denouement of the situation has  demonstated this fact. The incident should  serve as a warning to future councils to guard  our city's honor more zealously, and also act  as a reminder to the ratepayers that they  must take a deeper interest in the financial  affairs of the city. We have k'ept the publication of this weak's issue of The Sun back a  dav in order to enable us to give a correct ver-  sion of the incident in our news columns, because distorted and pernicious reportscon-  cerning it are sure to find their way to the outside world.  :in Russia, began with consumption  of wealth,  ���������land and factories-and ended   with   conscription of labor. And the intervening stages   are  ! disfigured by violence, murder, anarchy, starvation   and ruin. , Many^ voices, angry   and  I menacing, demand "free  speech" and  admittedly freedom of discussion is of the genius of  .._ British institutions. For my part I would con-  l.'so cede  complete, freedom-of debate so long as  men confine themselves to constitutional  agitation, but those who attempt so achieve their  objects by intimidation, violence  and  revolution   I  .would   repress with 'all the authority  which the state   can   command.    And   where  democracy fails to maintain law and order just  as where  it fails to express the free judgment  of the people it is a sham and a  failure.    Let  us forget our old quarrels and prejudices and  set aside old theories which have.no practical  relation to-the new situation in Canada.-. One  hopes that the "'bloody shirt" will not become  the emblem of any party in  this  country as it  was in one oi' the American   parties   for  long-  years, after the fall of Richmond.   Let  us put  behind us any differences which the war. produced and go' on   in mutual trust and mutual  confidence.    We have too many people -who  have come to-this country with  a  disposition  to   impose  their  gievances   upon   us  and to  make us responsible for evi-Uconditions   elsewhere.    They would   punish Canada for  the  sins of other lands. They abuse Canadian freedom   and   endanger    Umadian    institutions.  Against  all   such elements we must oppose a  resolute and uncompromising Canadian spirit.  I-We want a'new liirth of devotion to Canada.  THE FAMILIAR ALPHABET  REAL'ESTATE  .   F1KE INSURANCE  and Financial A&ents  Itaiiiuh  Office:  Kovnl  ISjink .Blcifi.  GEO. C. EGG  in clisii'fic  has many strange shadings   am  to  tortccJ  angles  vision.  con-  eyes   of   defective  We  GLASSES  fitted here will relieveyoureye troubles  and correct the faults in you.i   vision  Why not have your aycs-exainined  and fitted here this week?   i  J.��������� C. TAYLOR .  Jeweller and Optician  SUCCHSSOK UO A. I>. MOKKISOX  ������  Ileal Estate and Insurance  OltCJIAKIKS,   FA KM   LANDS  PKOl'KKTV  AND CITY  Something has been said about the happy  termination of this unpleasant affair proving a  valuable advertisement���������for the city, but we  can hot see it in this light, and the least said  on this subject the better. If a friend comes  to my rescue when I am in financial difficulty,  it shows that I have got a got a friend. But  it does'iiot improve my standing in tho financial world.     .  I am not thinking that we have no patriots  save those who speak - the English language.  I am thinking of all those who were"~born on  this so:l and .by right of birth are citizens of  this country. I am thinking, too, of thousands  born elsewhere who are devoted. Canadian patriots. With,these lie the honor, the dignity,  and the prosperity of Canada, and we must  unite against disturbers and trouble makers  and grievance mongers, come they from where'  they, may and whether they represent few  votes or many, whether they are politically insignificant or politically formidable.  Excellent facilities for selling your farms  Wo huvo iiiieiits lit al lUo.isl ;iiul Prairie  Po  WIS CAKKY AUTOMOI!H,K  INSi:i������AX<UJ.  J) KALI-KIN I'OIJ.S, POSTS AND T11CS,  AND I'AKM PKOmjCK      ������  Reliable infoi-mntioti rcKardin'-r this district  cheerfully furnished. We solicit yoin enquiries.  Yale  Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty  FARM   LANDS OUR. SPECIALTY  Nelson       GRAND FORKS       Trail  ���������j*ii^&>)ftiw2X3x^M*m?&Tn2t  , ' GRAND FORKS  ransfer C<  DAVIS S HANSEN, Props  City Baggage".and General  Transfer  Coal,   Wood  aiu  for Sale  Lee  Office   at   R.   F.   Pctric's  Store  Phone 64  IJi'J JiSfi I. S ��������� .  .       !:.:::: ftfi? _j������:v;  P. A   Z. PARE, Proprietor  Yam-; Hotel, First ���������Sthkkt  | Victoria. B. C, June 23ul, l!K!0.  ! TIMBER SALE X991   H  I S1-"' LI-:D TKNOKKS will he  received by tho  " jj'inistcr of   Lands     not" later   than  noon  River SimillcuinecH Oistriet. v  Two (2) years will bo allowed   for removal  oftimber. .   . _,   ���������',.������������������  Further v>artii-uluvs of the Chief Forestei ,  Victoria.   B.   C   or. Oistriet   l-orestor,  rsel-  .-on, B. C  There is much cause for congratulation in  the fact that our school board, headed hy its  energetic chairman, has been successful in  obtaining permission from the government to  use a portion oj the provincial court house for  high school purposes. Those who have had  charge of this matter attribute no small part  of their success to the fact that they approached the government officials with the  courtesy due their positions. They state "that  they were treated A\ith equal courtesy by the  A young man in Wyoming drove }wo miles  alone before he d scovered that his sweetheait  had fallen out of the buggy. Love making in  that state must lack some of the ardor that  characterizes it around here.  premier and the minister of education.    ])ur  ing the late visit of these two   officials  to our     Several theories have been advanced to ex  city, a member of the city   council   attempted plain nho rings tliat close  examination  shows  to use '-bulldozing" tactics in dealing with the 0M the sc,'ll(3S oF ns,u'vs-   The ^vo,,������te theory is  subject.:   Had this method been  adopted   by !t,mt tllL^ ,lonol������ thc a������'c ()f tho ,is'h���������a r["St0  the  school  board the city might   have  |jce���������!������*i )'������ai', UUc the; rings tlmt show the-age  of a  Saints have halos because a country boy  made a curious mistake some hundreds of years  ago when he first began to paint holy pic  tures. In order to keep the rain from discoloring the statues of saints that stood just under  the eaves of churches, the church authorities  used to place wooden disks over them. Giotto,  when a boy, assumed that the disks were an  essential part of the sacred figures. At first  he painted above the head of each saint a disk  that looked like the bottom of a* tub;, Inter he  made a mere circle, chirk at (i.ist, but more and  more luminous in successive pictures until it  became the circle of light that painters ever  since have used as the svnibel of santifieation.  without a high school when the  school   term  opens.    The   victory  gained   is no small one,  tree, ichthyologists in many European countries have made a careful study of the matter  because with its other~obligations tlie city is and ll?lvc {]oome(1 !t of enough importance to  not in a position to erect a"high sehhol build-'nmkc k tho ���������subJ('cr' of fl ^P^'t published as a  in" this year. . British bluebook.    They hold that the scales    I do tell with near  approach   to  accuracy   the  ;age of salmon-and herring; as to other fish  What we need in Canada, as in all other they are in doubt.The Norwegians maintain  countries, is goodwill and sanity and industry that the rings boar relation merely to the  and cooperation between classes, and the length of thc fish. It lias been found that thc  sense of equity and deceut confidence in one food of the fish and the temperature of thc  another, said Sir John Willison, in a recent water that they inhabit have an influence on  .-pcoch before the Canadian club.   "Revolution  the scale rings.  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 WKite Rotary  Sit-Strate is just the machine you want  Sold on easy monthly payments by  chiller CBb Gardner  Complete Home Furnishers;  < acilitatmj  CI ���������  ��������� The person who likes promptness in  telephone " service will appreciate your  effort if, .when you answer the telephone,  vou give the name of the firm. If you are  answering in a^department, give the name  of the department. The clerson will not  have to ask who is speaking, if that is  done. Besides facilitating service, it is a  courtesy that is at once appreciated.  LTfii  IS  4\ / V  THE. SUN,    -JRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  SUPERIOR SODA  SERVED SANITARILY  That line tolls tho story of our high  grade sodas,- ice cream,'sundaes, and  other cood soda fountain delicacies.  White clad, courteous clerks to wait  upon you and every drink or plate of  cream served appetizingly.  CURLEW  CREAMERY  CO.  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  ���������jwh^'.^-JW J*���������' 1M*������ rare"' ���������j���������ig-ta^n.'arani>^aiiii^*w*w������Ai*wgJ^-  is' very sweet and some say that it is  slightly suggestive of npice ��������� Where  i t gro ws' in easlern Xo rth A in e ri ea  the noney is very clear, but for some  unknown reason the honey from it  here in British Columbia is considerably darker.  Smartweed, of which two varieties  are common in this part of the prov  ,,,. ,'   ,      ,, *      ,. ' ince,   one   variety   having  vine like  Ihe grade for   the  Columbia spur , ,    , ,   ,,  oftheV.V. & E. has been com- sU,lks a-ml tbe other stouter stalks  pleted.                               ��������� that, grow    iiu   fairly    straight and  ic ,.u��������� , ,   .,,.      i , branch out   It blossoms during Au-  --   .ft the present building boom keeps   . n  up much longer in Grand Forks, the i-'Ust an.d September. -Ttie extracted  professional croakers and pessimists - honey from t varies" in color from a  will have to take refuge in the sur ��������� light to a rl irk -amber. Its "ll-ivor,  rounding kopjes or else make   an   *������-, whi!e not as  goo(1   as   c]0ver, is not  conditional surrender. h ,.,.       ���������. .   .       .     .  poor.  When it granulates   it   is   m  W. I-I.   Covert   reports   very little fi(ie   cry8tala   and looks much  damage to his fruit crop by the storm   x, , ���������>.   , j     ,     ,.  Mond-iy night. ��������� (the same as the candied   product   ot  -..,,-, /he best light honey-.  .During    Monday   nights   storm a       ������������������ .       .      t.       .     ..        ,.  , 0M tt   wr \r       -       The cucumber, in   the vincity   or  fc'ee was blown across H, W, Youngs '       . J  kitchen,   disconnecting  it  from   the  pickle factories, yields quite   a har  residence   and   doing     considerable  vest   of   nectar   after   the clover is  gone, but the honey is rather a poor  flavor.  Goldenrod does not appear to give  a great deal of nectar.   The honey is  News Items and Comment Which  ' Appeared in The Sun for the  Corresponding Week Eigh-"  \ teen Years Ago  utiier damage.  C. E, Lane and .Grace E Higgins  were married on the IGth by Rev.  J. F- Betts.  SOME NECTAR  SECRETING PLANTS  OF THIS PROVINCE  By Mark Marsh.  The Canada thistle yields nectar  from which the honey is. of good  color and'quality.  Willow herb,"or fireweed as it is  commonly called, grows from two to  .six feet in height. Its growth is  confined'to regions where fore'st fires  have occurred. As a rule it springs  up-and come out in blossom the year  following the.fira. It blossoms from  first of July until the latter'part of  August. The flowers are dark pink  arranged in clusters. generally  around a single stem, and as the sen  son advances the first bloom go to  seed, and as the staik extends up  ward more blossoms appear, and  buds. Blossoms and seed pods may'  be seen on the same plant. It is one  of the most valuable honey "plants  known, and gives some nector every  year.  The honey has a   fine   flavor,  golden   or   dark   amber, thick   and  has a fine flavor.  The fall dandelion has several  slender main stalks which come  from the same root. -There are several branches to each stalk, each supporting a flower which is the same  color as that of the common ones.  It yields asmalljamonntof nectar until late in the autumn.  There are many other plants in.  this province that yield nectar and,  a number of them, -no doubt, yield  it very abundantly, but as the beekeeping industry is in its iufcincy  here the possibilities of many o  these are unknown.  This paper .was' followed by a discussion   of   other   nectar secreting  plants iuiBriiish Columbia, the  fol  lowing, among others,   being   mentioned.  c Asters���������Some honpy in the fall.  ; Goldenrod, of which there are two  varieties. Que blooms all summer  and si-Ids very little .nectar. The  other grows in August and September and yields considerable  Skunk Cabbage���������No honey.  ^t~J^  LAST   SUMMER  A LITTLE CARZ WOULD HAVE 54VED THIS  m���������MmJI  i  ?>  >-cSZLg������S������rag;SBSi^^  Cotton wood Tree?���������No honey.  Raspboiuy���������Great yielderof honey  At Hatzic the best honey is yielded  from raspberries. The bloom is so  'constructed that it :. j!ds nocn.r,  otherwise the nectar would be  washed out by rain.  Cornsperry ('?.) ��������� Wry small (lower  The bees work it about July and  August and get conside.iable nectar  fro'm it. It grows in boggy places,  arid its stem is like the buttercup or  bladdenvo'rt.  Oregon Grape���������This lias a downward pointed (lower, which i.- of-en  sought by the bees  Sweet Clover���������This is grown more  extensively in the interior   ihan   on  the lower mainland.    It is.cla.-5Ml as  a   great    honey  'plant In  suiiw dis  triots. ..  Cascar���������This plant is senrce hul  is worked quite, frtqu'-nily   by   bee-s.  Elderberry ��������� Light green 'eat";  blooms about end of May.' 11 mey  producing.  White Everlasting flower���������Very  little nectar.  Holly���������Yields some honey.  Ivy_���������Blooms ahout end ���������>[" July  with small greenish (lower, from  which the bees sometimes .get  honey.       .r-  English Ivy���������Also   bears   honey.  Oxeyed Duisy���������Very little  yield.  Labrador Tea���������A great honey  producer. Yields a strong smelling  honey.  Lift off Corns  Doesn't hu-rt'a bit and Freezone  costs only a few cents.  Witli your fingers! You'can lift off  any hard corn, soft corn, or coin between  the toes, and tlie hard skin calluses from  ,bottom of feet.  A tiny bottle of "Freezono" costs little  at any'.drug store; apply' a few drops  upon the corn or callus. ��������� Instantly ib  sto;is hurting, then shortly you lift that  bothersome com or callus right off, root  and all, without one bit of pain or sore-  lies?.   Truly!    No humbug!        "  You .can not reach The Sun's  numerous readers except through  its advertising columns.  DON'T HESITATE!  PHONE 101R  FOR FINE PRINTING  sa.taaeasermn 'asroocTS^Trrtf .gi^ i rr^t  /���������/.is  "IIP  ft     ������TSiV>  I    ~: ...-���������.���������   ���������S-'~-=ri   M'!Vfkk  P.    ";<"?.  rlCi  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Funiiuu'e.   Made   to  Order.  AW> Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering   Xeat.lv    Done  R. C. McCUTGHEON  WISNIl'EG AVEKUf  \&Ja h.'J   M s^ ^   y 1 ^ ��������� ^ %& %$  ^  p n  ������5tK^  N  Ul  w  '& ^  1UTR. BUSINESS c^MAN,  have you ever thought  that advertising put? you in  good company? It is an old ���������  saying that a man is known  by the company he keeps.  When you join the ranks of  the advertisers you join the  ranks of the biggest and  most successful merchants  and manufacturers in the  world.  How many large concerns  can you name in any large  city in the country?, Name  them and you will notice  that all are big advertisers  and all are leaders in their  lines. Ask your friends to  name the most successful  merchants they know in the  big cities, and in each case  the name of a great advertiser will be-mentioned.  The same rule is true of  smaller cities and towns.  The successful merchants  are the advertisers. The  advertiser stamps himself as  one having confidence in  himself and his wares, as  one proud of his calling and  seeking publicity and the  test of patronage.  i  i <ffc @ s^a   *1> Ira a1^   IQl ^ pts kW $*���������   ^*& 4������  ������J a ������ f* f������������ gpi ������ $a ���������ff a n I  53   Kt K5 45!3Sa,ra <*IBS> &'d^������tf^>^Fj'&^ic������rv^-i^  THE   SUN.    GRAND.   FORKSi   B. C.  News df the City  The transfer was made h's week  of John Donaldson's seven-acre farm  to I-I. S. Sprague, of Butte, Mont.  Mr. Sprague toured the Okanagan  before locating here. He is well  pleased with this^district. The sale  price was $1-150, the deal.being  made through the real,.estate office  of S. T. Hull.  GENUINE ASPIRIN  HAS "BAYER CROSS"  Tablets   without   "Bayer   Cross"  are not Aspirin at all ���������  -s  A telegram was received in the  city today from Anyox sayiog that  Harry Chapman's, young son had  be n drowned at that place. No  further particulars were given. .  C. A. Crawford, who recently  ar  rived in the city-from   Alberta  and  purchased Matt Frankovitch's  ten-  acre orchard east of town.has opened,  a harness shop on Bridge street near  the telephone office.    Mr. Crawford  is   an   experienced  .workman   and  guarantees all his work. His shop is  well equipped with    machinery   for  doing new work  and 'repairing ex-  perJItiously.  1  WATEK NOTICE  /DIVERSION AND USE.)  ." A cross between a wild animal  abow and a. fake is headed in this  direction.  Get genuine "J3aycr Tablets of Aspirin"  m a "Bayer" package; plainly marked  with the safety "Baj'er Cross.*'  The "Bayer Cross" is your only way  of knowing that you are getting'genuine  Aspirin, prescribed by physicians .for  nineteen years and proved safe by millions ior Headache, Neuralgia, Colds,  Rheunyitism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and foe.  Pain generally.    Made in Canada.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger sized "Bayer" pacl&iges.  Aspirin is the trade mark (registered'  in Canada), of. Bayer JJanufacture of  Monoaccticacidester of Salicylicacid.  While it is well known that Aspirin  means Bayer .manufacture, to assist the  public against, imitations, the Tablets of  Bayer Company? Ltd., will be stamped  Avith their general trade mark, the  "Bayer Cross."  on the Sili day oi <jluj, ivm. .������, ^ui-j. ui niia  notice nnd an application pursuant thereto  and to the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed in  the office ofthe Water Kecorderr. Grand  Forks, H. C.   Objections  to the a-ppticiitioii  i    _   1>:~A   ...141.     *L���������     m.iA      W.l^r.1.       PonnwInA  1JJ'    MAPLE LKAF M tNES, LTD.. Applicant  Per II. wr YJDiing-, Manager,  You'll Always     -  Bo on Time  If you go by a watch of our supplying'. You can depend upon  -it every time. All our watches*  are regulated and guaranteed.  No, matter how little you pay,  the watch you get here will  prove an accurate  time   keeper.  JOHN GRASSIGK  Successor to  TIMBERLAKE, SON C3!, CO.  S.T.HULL  Real Est ate arid Insurance  Established .1910/  Orchards       Farms       Farm Lands  City Property  The board of trade wishes to extend hearty thanks to the owners of  car? who wprp kind enough to mppt  tbe members of thp Vancouver  board of trade at EhoU and brine  them to this city. Their kindness  was also much appreciated by the  visitors from the coast.  NEW HARNESS SHOP  I have 'opened a new liar-  , ness shope and am prepared  .to.������������������.make' harness to order  and do all .kindsof repair  work; Shop equipped with  modern machinery. All work  guaranteed:**  Wo liavo excellent facilities for selling your  property. Ageiits..._nt Nelson, Calvary nnd  other Prairie points. Vancouver Agents:  STKKUNG INVESTMENTS  KEM.ETT &ITTEK  iilinhle infonnation rejrarding this district  3ffiiUy furnished.    We  solicit your on-  Rfi  t-hec  iiuirios  AT YOUR  SERVICE  i  raw;  Near Telephone Office  Modern Kigs and Good  Horses at All Hours at  ���������the  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68        "' Second Street  \  \  Miles Barrett, formerly general  foreman of the Granby smelter in  this city, returned on Saturday from  Anyox.,being accompanied by Mrs.  Barrett. Mr. Barrett will in future  look after the Granby property in  this city.  \  Virgil Smith, of Grays Harbor,  Wash.,- is a visitor at the home of  hie brother, J. A Smith. Mr. Smith  is accompanied by his wife, and  they are .returning home through  Cafiadi after making a four of the  pastern States  WEBER'S  DYEING AND GLEANING  WORKS  Phone 200 P. O. Box 125  Grand Forks, 15. C.  GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS  AND DEALER IN  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Store  PETERSEN & PETERSEN, Proprietors  R Campbell-yesterday sold Chas  Haverty's residence, on Third street,  to W. 0- Stephenson, of Richdale,  Alta. The deal was a cash one, and  the price paid is said to have been  very good.  WHAT T  If the people in other parts of the  world are of 'he same disposition as  they are in Grand Forks, they will  not be satisfied until the old mining  camp dance hall is reestablished in  every   town and hamlet of thp land.,  Joseph     Sleigh    returner]      from  Anyox on Saturday.  STANDS  1. The repeal of tlie  restoration of  for the sale o  WANTED  Wanted���������An experienced man to take  down and remove   the   heating plant  in the Hotel   Brooklyn, Phoenix, and  to   install    the   same   in the  Public  ���������School building, Gjand Forks  For full particular!- apply to  E. C. HENNIGER,  Chairman School Booard.  The Sun is a  S2   newspaper  sold  at $1 per year,  All   free miners' 'licenses  expire  on May 31.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GRAND  FORKS  NOTICE  Citizens are again notified that the  sprinkling hours are from /6 until !)  in the morning and from 5 until 9 in  the evening. The using pf water for  sp.ririkling at any other time is strictly prohibited,  F. R. S. BAULEE,  Acting City Clerk.  Act,  ���������2."  or bar  iquorj  3. The Government . sale am.  Government control of spirituous  and malt liquors in sealed packages.  4. The guarantee by the Gov-  ernment, as such vendor, of the  pure quality of all spirituous and  malt liquors9 and the sale of such  at reasonable prices*  5. The inculcation of true temperance principles consistent  with personal liberty.   .-  6. The elininiation of the causes  of the deplorable loss of respect  for the laws of the land engender^  ed by the Prohibition Act.  Cycling is easy when you ride the high grade Bicycles  I sell���������the wheels that run smoothly year after year. Let  me explain to you my easy sale plan on terms.  First-Class Repair Work done in Blacksmithing, Brazing,  Aluminum Soldering, Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Woodwork, Etc.  lOOYBOER 8HHSV8i5������3r������  Open Saturday Evenings Till 10 o'Cloclc  Padlock S-ifety Paper, for   privatp  bankchpcks, kept in s.tpek" by   The-j  Sun Job Department  Those wishing neat sign   painting  to   orpsment   their   busiripss places^  should  call   on   W.  P.  O'Connor, ;i  returned soldier.  THE  SUN  Columbia Avenue and  Lnlcv Street  TELEPHONE  R 101  .Job Printing at The Sun office at  practically the same prices as before  the big war. ^  If you don't see it in The   Sun   it  didn't   happen,   or  it  wasn't worth  mentioning.  Synopsis of  Land Act Amendments  is      - ���������  Good  Printing  ��������� -.-.���������./.  npHE value of well-  printed, neatappearing stationery as  a means of getting and  holding desirable business lias been amply  demonstrated. Consult us before going  elsewhere.  Wedding invitations  Ball programs  Business cards  Visiting cards  Shipping tags  Letterheads       ������    ���������  Statements  Noteheads  Pamphlets  Price lists  Envelopes .  Billheads  .   Circulars      '        '"*  Dodgers  Posters  Menus  And   commercial   and  j society printing of-evcry  description.  Let us quote you   our  prices. \  New Type  Latest Style,'  Faces  Minimum price of flrst-clasa land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records wlfi be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  , and which Is 'non-timfeer land. -  ��������� Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent -pre-emptions  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  .claims. "*��������� '<0  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  ���������' value of ?10 per acre, Including clearing and cultivation of. at least 5 acres,  before receiving Ci.'own Grant.  Where preTemptor In occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, be- ���������  cause of ill-health, or other cause, be.  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent- residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements .;  or record same will operate as for-"v\  feiture. Title. cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of JIO.0'0 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, ,.and residence  of at least 2 years are required.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may., record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land. *>  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, jnay be leased as homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions..  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company. : .  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on "  .timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions Include  payment of stumpage. "  Natural hay meadows inaccessible'  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional' upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half.of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EM-PTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  - ACT.  ' The scone df this Act Is enlarged to  Include all persons Joining and "serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within whloh the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act Is extended  from for one year "from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also made retroactive.  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918.  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  i, 1914, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependpnts, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 31. 1920.     tt  SUB-PURCHASERS  OF   CROWN  LANDS. >  Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchas--  era do not fSTalm whole of original parcel, purchaso price due and taxes may  be distributed proportionately over  whole area. Applications must be  made by May 1, 1920.  GRAZING.  Grazing Act, 1919, for systematic  development of livestock Industry provides for grazing districts and range  administration under Commissioner.  Annual grazing permits Issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  for-m Associations for range management. Fr^o, or partially free, permits  for settlors, campers or travellers, up  >o ten head.  9 : ' ' *   BOOT   REPAIRING  TAKH  your  repairs to  Armson,- shoe  re  jmirer.    The   Hub,    Look   for  the   Biir  Boot.

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