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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Jun 18, 1920

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 lUp-lipillllMHUl 'mjill  *v  -' '   li,\   "', V    ������J  II L . I     '   '     ' '  I   ������,     I'"   ,      I  e-Valley Orchardist  f'plt.  ���������d"i' i/T-    ; i  ������ I  ���������< > l  i, i      ,,i        y  ���������"     -J-1- ���������"  1.9TH YEAR���������No 34  r>;:GRAND FORKS  'B. '<X FRIDAY, ^JUNE' IS, 1192<r  w. I'  . /*. v j   .������-    . .^  Ci r-iii Oot. us  T  7TT7-  T'llf    Ml  -    .1    | :  ���������Ml  .L- i   I   i'    i '  't'TeJI me what you Know is true:, .  I can guess as well as Vou."'  $1.00 -PER >Y'EM*l)  ���������i..   .. I., .ui.li j   iti. r.-"Jlbf)A  . /  1   *v-  requests for options  on  tfre"* Bonds.  He* recommended  that-a   Toronto  ,        .        . \ .       .������ k. i ���������      ...<  financial firm be given a sixty days'  option' on "the   $55,000" w'brth   6i  ���������'.bonds, and''tba't the Bank 'of  Co roil i. '.  merce be notified of the action  j'taken. The' recommendation was  "approved. ,    .,     ���������.,,,,,  Short Meeting,  \  Acres'.and -.all the alder-  the  \  #        m The  chairman   of; ��������� the i board   of  Gpm^U^ications>arifi By- ; works reported tha\ street-work was  .laws'^T-afce- -Up-Most'(of > Pr������Sres9 dnd \hai w'ra: Liddico������it  ,* . > t���������^i.'..     > u,   -*���������-     ]|had been granted a permit  to  erect  tlie   Time-OJr a Ratlier a blacksmith shop'bn Second" street  n,    >}       .  -���������   ,-i -_���������'.'���������.    ,  in accordance with, the fire limit by-  ;law., ... _���������,..���������   ;. ,..���������..     _  ^..The-chai^man, pf he water and  light-, committee-reported that the  city reserxcM. had. ,beeru repaired  Joe Manly bad beenpromised electric power to irrigate his four-acre  orchard at ������cr'per k.w.' hou,f."I'Th<e'  Sun would also be supplied power  when.ready for, th'ei same. . i.' \  The mayor, reported. that, night  patrols of mounted police had .been  placed at two homes  n thiscity.  The Grand Forks percentage ��������� bylaw, 1920, was-advanced tothe-third  reading stage, . ��������� . . ' , * ,, s/  ��������� Mayor Acres "stated"' that" he''expected to i'leave" the city fora.:few  days, and he appointed- Aid. Hull  mayor pro tem during his absence.  AldOiilTergave notice that at! the  nexKmeetihg he would ask leave to  lntfaouce a bylaw providing -forVt the  division,of water from 'MilUrefeek  into^Wcity reservoir.  Mayor  men  were present at   the   regular  meeting of-tbe"vcit^ covlnci}. on.Monday evening.;, j u���������,-���������***  A letter from the police commis-  6ioners"stated thaTtfie' r^ard'recbm-  m en did that the back-salary 'o'f��������� the  police magistrate be paid, and that  in future $50 p.eri month be paid  him.  . Axio,t^r/ponfm;vJnicatiorr"frorp, \h"e  police commissioners stated that-'the  board could not agree with,tbe position taken by ex-Chief Norgrove,  as presented by Solicitor Riley in.a  threatened action for damage's.' The  mavor.council seemed to think that  the ex-chief had no case, and , the  ���������matter-wtis/droppe'd.;.   -,-r    ,'  A letter from C. V, Meggitt .asked  for folders-descriptive, of the .district  'fordistribution; ���������--^'   '^ .\i .t.   '.  -A letter-fro'm the' water; com ptrbl.-  lerrViGtoria, slated that the Granby  company.-_had. filed an objection to  the city's application for a water  record on. if ill creek A copy of the  draft of the points on which'the  comp~auy ohjecled'to th'e granting of  the application was enclosed in the  letter and.rjad to the- council. Referred to the water and light com  mittee.  v  FUNERAL Ol^LATE '. .cl  GEORGE STANFIELd|  The funeral-of rtbe-late-Q^orge1  Stanfield, held at 2:30 last Sa'ju'rdal!  afternoon, was   one-'-of ��������� -the-largelt'  ever witnessed in  Grand Forks, the!  / '    -i I  members   of    the'   Masonic     aria!  .t'i'  <-wi:ii  i >   ^ I    11   '      j i ./,;,,������-., i , ! ��������� I J  Premier    Oliver Explains  Present    Govdrn-  -men.t  Is,   Jfower],ess   to  Why  Act in Extension Matter  ir  Hon. John  Oliver, transmitted a  letter to .the council from thefinance  minister dealing' with  taxation outside of municipalities for school purposes. The clerk" was' 'instruct/e'er to  acknwledge the letter and  to  thank  the   pr^emiej:   for."the.��������� information  contained..'ia-i.U -     v ''��������� J': { .-'      C  The  mayor   reported^ -that   Mr.  Walsh,   of   the   Grand  Forks  Mill  company, haJa^proach^'him'with  a  proposition   to joaove the-Lyncb-  .creek-to Smelter lake  provided   the  company  was given reasonable assurance that the smelter dam, would  be maintained . The council decided  to take the matter up with  the pro  vincial  government and   with   the  Granby company. A resolution wfs  also adopted instructing the clerk to  Icommunicate with the G'rauby com-  jpany  and   ascertain  what steps it-  was prepared to take .make. the.dam  Bafe for the city.  The mayor  stated  that   A.   H.  ���������Eureby, although he had not enlisted in this city, had asked for one of  ��������� tbe city's certificates of service. The  (council granted'his request', and Mr.  Eureby waB'requested to be present  at the next meeting of the council  to receive the certificate  from 'the  hands of the mayor.   The   council  also wished it made^ known .that- if  Ithere   are   any    other    exWdiers  )|n   the   city who have not received  certificates;   they   will  be supplied  with the same if they  present them  selves at the next  council  meetiag.       Inspector Dunwoody^ of the  pro--  The chairman of the finance com'-, vincial  police,  haB returned to tne  mittee reported that .no acceptable, coast, after investigating the murder  offer had been received for the bonds, case that resulted ,in .the death of  Several brokerage   firms  had  made the late George Stanfield.  Khights^of Pythias lodges, of whic  ordefs'deceased was-'a ''member, at I  tending en masse-and  participating  in'���������the  ritesT   The. service at Holyj  Holy Trinity courch, iioriducted   by  Rev; P. G. Hayman/w'a's' very  im'  pres8ive. The^sermorJ, -though short,!  was full   of   pathos,   and touched:  juany in the ^audience-to tears.       \ >  Thos'e1' wh,b��������� sent   flowers    werp:  The city  council^" Mes^ames   and  Messr-sV'O^bunn, H."A Sheads,   E.'  C. Heoniger, -S,-DinsmoreT John A.  Hutton,-W-.-Dewdney, ��������� Kirk paterck;'  E. Jenne, P, Hansen, Fowler,   E. J.  R. Walton of   Nelson, Clunis,   Miil-  jord,_Geo. E Massie, Mesdames  A..  C. Burr, John ^eek,  Miss   S. Don-|  nan, the Mounted Police, Provincial  Police,   Miller   &   Gardner;'   Rufh  Eureby,   Woman's   Auxiliary,   E.  Vant, K. of P. Lodge No. 25 of Nel?  son, Holy Trinity  church  committee; ;Second, .Third   and     Fourth  Grades, High School; teachers and  pnpils first year High School, U. S.  Customs   and  Emigration,   Grand  Forks K. of P. Lodge No.  30,  Mrs.  Stanfield's Sunday 6chooi class.     '  T'h" a' Hette'r  tb ' 'he 'Grand Forks  Librfrall association,'ithnough -Ei-C:i  Hftonig^r,.j,Hpfl. j Jphn^Oliver, ^pre ,  mier,apd minister,of railways.makes  ���������I  SlirJLr.    -.j ujr il'J'j  l>i r j   ill.  ./i.l  the following statement regarding  the extension of the Kettle Valley  line, to Franlilin cam,p:  Ihiscompapy was_ incorporated  by the'Domihiya'parliamehtin 1901'  They have had extensions-of time  for the completion of iheir-line of  railway-: at tdiffer/ent,.periods. ��������� The  last extension of which I can   find  n.i    hi/   11��������� iii ��������� /     .'.i>i!ii ��������� .   ���������. ii  any,   trace   expired   on  the ,8th of  /.I., v.i  jii ���������'. ���������'   '��������� ' 'i'-..!   ) I J, ���������. 11  April   last.    This  is  as far as their  DBmi'ni6rl! '"fn^rptfkttbii-" is^'cbn'!-  berhad'J iniihiinM  ui!i ���������[(, f .-.-���������,; -i j i  > I fintif/haweyftt) tbatt jthol Kettle  V&Wy l^i1^j^PA)P,aqyi;)mad.e ,'^p,  the.province of British .Columbia,  lhls agreement is contained as a  k'nedtfiR'- "of .^.'fcy^tet! "2^ :'W Vhe  vwiong wad rine tbatitheiKettle iValr  ley Railway company was _to_ build  a branchy line to,. Franklin   camp.  -��������� 1.! jri'i" ,>>���������<��������� }[\:i). \\>: I. >-;i:-r.  Ibis line   was  to be completed in  'fouF yeaisi' ''Thdre1 was: tibf bash ^subsidy in connection with this branch.  There were, however, certain ex-  taih%exem'p(ions'from - taxation,* arid  theji-aiiway,cQmpady was;.to,give.;a  bond satisfactory to,the- lieutenant  governor, for carrying out the work.  .J here was a cash subsidy for.'that,  portion of* the railway 'between PWn^  'ticfdn "ahd' -'NicblaV' ��������� This"ri'ad does1  not appear' to have haen i fully ;built,  under .the terms; of-this j grata tj ,'Iy un-;  deistand, however,that spnae twenty  miles   were, built, northward from  ;i ;��������� ���������':��������� i   -Tj 'ill  l I   '  the" RW'Trim Grand .Forks:up the  N'orith'JFork of Uhe| Kettle river to  Fuanklin   darr^pj, .min'era'l'' 'district  whenever.the.actual and further des  ���������   i , /,   i   ,       ii. , '  '       velopment of said district shall war  - ���������'      "M'   II.    II'   II     i /)������������������  )J  rant   sulhcient   tonnage   to jastiry  such' conslruction'."   "' 'As the'agfeehieu't is  wh'o istto be'satisfied  a   silent  upon  i yj "')  ������������������iN   11  that the   ton  nage is sufficient to jua'iity construction, the presumption1 ii thait it'"ra''n&  be satisfactory/ to the!'r&(]way������JC(i>rn'������>  pany  Uuder these'(tiircumst8flgeJs,i j/t        ' I >      . /   I   ; ' ���������   I  ,  appears to me that the optu^n[,aS| to,  whelher'Vh'ey "bhild or not is euiirely  J , 1 ,'Ji   /.) /.'Ii./    ,/-j  in   ibn   nands ot Jthe railway com  I., ,,111'Jlll    Mu    lu'/i  ���������^etliW  ft'W'a1^  pany-.  I  -If, aim -.n'gt.-sure  your^l/^rso'nallv  our  Liberal  frienusiiwholwisbedj to  ������������������ ������������������   ���������   /.I i,-i   ���������  toiBtteie'idtMJriJo'f  be infbrtlied on ihikmaU^rj bu,lj(,thje;  i ���������  ���������  ;   ��������� I 1 f I .11.1    ���������-   I,.  above contains  all  which I am-able'to  furnish.  u-u  MONTHLY ��������� MEETING  ;-:j 111'  ll'l ���������!���������!  I.l  ill  OFTHEiroi'D/lE.'  The montKly  i   i  o'/; .hi  tt. i  111   'JV,  rh Meetin^;of iilioCdmhilisjwii  1 ( siob!m^AMs'r-i,G'o<������HMH  ���������jij-.i!   u.il.ii//J)'n'jr-.ijj-.;-i !;���������!'/// HoiJ  jjld   'Jill  rnent, to Assists  it.j,,ai  yxuUoii  \\)  'JilJ.U I'j: Ju  ae higti nervous  tension   which"  7(iviy, in; yjijJji  tension   which  y meeting' of the 1:0.  D'.'E. w'a's 'neid'i'n'tii^p^apjterj's foop  Bn ���������Tbu'r,8'da:y,|lw'ith twenty members  present;:)!   hTuu/l  fiMy^.'iK&rpiy oneported regarding"  tbje. flaga!(fpr:|9pidiers' graves, and  said i that.they ha 1 been, mounted  and placed.over the graves of three  'hero'e^Why.'riad1 di 3fi Ya'f ter^(urhirJg;  lhdm'e;'(Tw'd'othe'i's had;tib6bteeniprd-i  vidB'd'fo^ibutifwoul^jbej>ag i,pfcj������pj as  flags 90^difte^ohjilinp^g u i iJ ;!:oil  , ,,One,,,briodi;ed'i and forty dollars-  was voted to the national war memorial fund, whii!nn;do(mpiete!8''tr]e  'a'88e8'sm'e'pt'for thiii'chkpter'bf' eight1  ihundifed anctiorifj dolllars. ���������ifini-i  As the.next;me^i|ig.;of|jthe-qhap!-  ter would fall on Dominion day, jt  was(decid,e,d to ho d-the meeting on  Wednesday, Juqe 30.  ', The meeting 'ac japrj1fned.,|fvith*the!  singi!n| iot' ihe^'fiational a.n^hemf j  "'���������i  I'  I      l-.l-.'l'l!1  r ' ���������' i i. ��������� i   i -  Grand Forks  c >  GOVERNMENT OFFERS  REWARD OF $2500   ;  The provincial government has  offered a reward of $2500 for information that will lead to the arrest aqd  conviction of the person or persons  guiity of the murder of the late  Constable George Stable. '���������  . In 1914 an agreement was entered into between the government of  of the province and Kettle Valley  Railwayicbmpany: in respect to the  extension of the railway to Franklin camp by the North Fork of the  Kettle.river. ,1 quote the following  extracts from this agreement which  appears to mc to be a sufficient ex  planation of the present portion:  "And whereas the railway company should not be required to do  further construction up' the North  Fork un.til further and satisfactory  development of Franklin camp min-  e'ral district shall warrant the same."  "Now this agreement further wit"  nesseth, that the province agrees'in'  consideration^ .the agreement herein contained on the part of the rail-.'  way company, that' the railway  company need not proceed with  futher construction -up the" North  Fork of the Kettle river1, unless" and  until the.fur-ther.satisfactory 'development of the FranklirTcamp min-  erai   district "shall 'warrant "such  Ifvrther construction."  'I  .-:   "And this 'agreeh3feii.t further \vit-.  nesseth, that in consideration.of the  above agreement on the par|;of ���������the  'province, the railway covenants and  agrees with the province to extend  .    . WJ-)   1lll;.l'!'!l"  a������rmdw,IT  -f i >Ii'ih( I  -y\uu-J.  While  ��������� I ������������������! I         sho  Ji:  ycioirows" Baa   wage.,  tfj'feritljl IMJyvid'eh'de rfl' tfle'^theltin^1  of ithei board'Df .palliceJio^fam'Jfisib^l-l  qrs lflshMonday n-j^bA-JiiA resoliitiojilr.  tional policemen to, the force  tem- ,  ;j'j i .ifirj; .mi r   iij> ,'jiu ix     .i.OiJ  poranly.   Anpther resolution called  on the provincial government to police1 the city Until's^bWme las" tne V  iilicit^iquor traffic is^b^oulght^nder'  p.ontr.ojli,) ; i - j -. , ii .i.iij.j'.j   i. .jioui  The admission that the liquor  traffic had passed beyond the con-  t^.P-f/ iOur-,J.Qda3jautboriJti������snweri sire  l^.h .t0 WMtr-. jJMft^U-hftyei fftUhq  jg'Rtos������lte^Mwj^e.rfiwif?.i ���������  of police commissioners.  The-meet-Hig was attended by a  number    of   our .leading , citiaens.  desire   that  'drastic 8teper be taken to stamp1 out  t'he'i'  iibali  ;-^b^"j36'^CjipWwi8ie1j]'>,tal mjeett '"IhelSi;  iWr7?8T>ll! '\m ���������-��������� fl - f UOl) 110 1 Ji ������������������ i',',1 UK  /;%! W������'fl S9nWX-ffiP(K^1?Kft I  ed to show,  any aggravated cases.  l)   'J   II ���������   !    :U   >.   I   I ������������������:*!   i'l'.l lll^il   ������������������'" '  awlessness, was. read?        -  ' \' The l maybr! ^Baid ' W&i'd were'cer- ���������  tain rumors afloat'aroo'rj'd 'tovvn',jand'''  hejask/id ChiefjParkfe qoncei*ningibis:  whereabouts on the night when   the  Tbe  They  all   expressed, a desire  That  lrastic steper be taken to stamp1 out  TfclifiudHWfficiild [M atittWffi*  iba 1p'tbiecti'oni^e/gi^Uiik{crti2e^.- '���������  fai  o'f  murder was committed.  chief  Mil   111  all  . possiblen'!a88i8't'ance  ���������Ti'ijl! ')JI J  Ij^yI t ,r 'f   ��������� ��������� '.  uld be given tne(proner apthon-j  ties by the citizens to bring the per  pelrator or perpetrators of. the cow  ardlv':crime, comrriitted ' here last  week to justice W&HMl tO'see' the  wisdom ��������� ofi. libeling.f our^'city by  spreading .the r(eport; broadcast that  Grand Forks is k\-.seething.,bed pi  lawlessness, t,rExcepting; the crime  of last week, we believe that police  court statistics ''wilr'beaT1 'us'out in  the assertion that the people"  in this community (fare rnote  law abiding (h'an, in', any other  town of similar size' in "British Columbia. Tomake the positive<:barge,  as has been done, that the "crime/last  week   was committed  by a "boot-  ifeplied -that b'e.'hHd Walked'',;ar,dund  flqyv.n tjJljlOjOJclbo^'pj&tiid front ��������� off  fire hall till 11; went   around   town  again,-ffnd~turned off store lights at  11:15; went   back   to  the  fire   hall  !aga'������i# it-rid1 'tk'ked'f t^^e'^Crfief^  No'rr.iB; told! bimthe'KVoXiitii ubyi'ii'fi  for the-tqauu/wei^jnth ar, callJiaiitiT  la3J d?,wnj f^ll.a^ep^ijid^^ejd.diiU.  morning, He -had(ncj|.drank (^ ^  of  whisky   during the   past fifteen  .   :i      . I ���������/    l-i ii'l-J-."l>   I:  years.  /One   of'the! rJabfiesVnb vva's'a'l-  leged to have -startedithJ* ^urn'orthslt1  .the chief  was - intoxicated ;oa. this--  i  particjular , night; po^tr^djfltjed, i th^  report. A number of, other person  who had seeni.be chief, during  the  iilit'i.t^r'  '{'' i-c*i i'^JU*-' ''   "  '���������'���������'���������'l-  riignt, also testified that ne was perfectly sober.       ' ���������-====-=  1  Card of Thinks L-^-  We wish to .tender our heartful  thanks to the ci^izenp'' of^Grand  Forks for the kind wbrd^' or sym-  ���������pathv|'.apd^ma.riy"  acts of  kindness  legger,'rin view of^bJe ^rdjict' Ipti-.  dered by the-coron4'8^di^i*e!iefl'4-extedied..t6 uaL during our sad   be-  sarily carries  the implication  with, refjvement. ?   ^  Mrs. George��������� StaW'i*eu),  Miss-Jennie S-rXWriEr.D.  it that the person making'the sta'te-  ment must have been an accessory  of the crime.-'! -Wei ^do 'not: wish 'to  tninimize-tbe gravity of the present  sittfation; orto-attempt to belittle  theenormltv ^the crime,-but un  Fred rKingsley .today   sold  his  ranch, consisting -of -between 300  ana 400- acres, and, located near  less a person has some tangible evi- Bridesvllle,', to ,rToay Bqjo, vAnton i  'dence tb offer,'we believe'that isth'e jilaHais "and John Marlaie,' of this  better part of wisdom to give the j city. 'The price;paid w^as $10,000.  officers wbrkingon the- case- a .free The deal was made by Robertson &  hand.��������� No.good can be acco^mplish:  ed bY'miking v?ild ^charges ( against  any class of pebple~,'and much'harm  rnay fesult: *   '/���������  Egg.  fF.  W;~ Russell  returned    today  irom a two weeks' vfsit to Spokane. THE   SOW,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. G.  ������h? dnttto Storks &tm  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)    1.50  Address all communications to  Thk Grand Forks Sun,  Phone 101 R Grand Forks, B. C.  OFFICE:    COLUMBIA AVENUK AND LAKE STREET.  the receiver. The company plans soon to'' expend the service, to New*York city.-:  . V * V  It is.a.great deal easier  to find  an engine  than it is to find an engineer.  .FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920  Automobile tramps have' taken the place of  the Weary Willies. They may be more ornamental than the latter, but they are not one  whit more useful to society. The Dusty Willies were satisfied with a bare existence and  the blue sky for a blanket at night; they  wasted nothing. The motor car variety require an army of pttendants to wait on them,  and are daily consuming vast stores of material that is now needed for farm tractors.  The fact that they are known as tourists instead of tramps, does not add one iota to  their value in the present fabric of civilization. If they and the army required to produce the material they waste were engaged in  useful productive occupations, the cost of living would soon drop and society would once  more re-establish itself on a sane basis.  It is interesting to note that prohibition has  lessened materially the demand for certain  delicacies that used to be much esteemed.  Only about one-fourth as many terrapins are  sold now, and keepers of restaurants are buying fewer chickens than ever before. It is predicted, too, that the demand for crabs, this,  summer will be "much lessened. Unimportant  though the lessened demand is to the great  majority, who.will save their money and be  the better for it, to those who make their living by marketing terrapins and crabs.it is a  serious matter.  ���������    REAL ESTATE  FIRE INSURANCE  and Financial Agents  M  .���������������*<������ *<4x  - A quarrel is harder on a man than a week's  work, and takes him quite in the opposite  direction. ;.     ..:���������...���������,  THE FAMILIAR ALPHABET  has many sfrrange shadings and .contorted angles to eyes of defective  vision.  .GLASSES*.-      -   ,fl:  fitted here will relieve youreye troubles  and correct the'faults in youj  vision.  Why not have your ayes examined  and fitted here this week?  A. D. MORRISON   .,  Jeweller and Optieian  GRAND FORKS, B.C.  The road of reckless pleasure has plenty of  parlor cars and a smooth roadbed, but most  uncomfortable terminal facilities.  By establishing imperial air routes and new  aeroplane mail services, by encouraging, civil  aviation and by doing what it can to make  night flying safe, Great Britain is building an  air force that will link together the widely  separated domains of the British empire, and  that will form a trained reserve to supplement  the fighting forces in time of war. For some  years to come Egypt will be the center of the  system of air routes. Thence air lanes will lead  to the Cape, India and Australia.  /To seek the great*prizes without education  is to go hunting big game without fireams.  Automatic telephones that the New York  Telephone company is installing at Dunkirk,  Ithaca and Geneva make it possible for the  subscriber to call any number by using a Jial  attached to the ordinary telephone instrument  A subscriber who uses one of these instruments need not know whether the telephone  he is calling is automatic or not, for, since the  automatic telephones are connected also with  the ordinary switchboards, the connection will  be made promptly in either case, and if the  number called is busy a sigdal* will sound in  Athletics serve their highest purpose when  they foster a sportsmanlike spirit. There have  been severe criticisms of the partizan attitude  taken by the crowds that attend athletic congest in this country, and the censure seems to  be rightly  placed.  You can notjj hope to solve mathematical  problems fwith emotions; the same is true of  problems in economics.  Far away in the Sahara ' desert a French  soldier lay mortally wounds. When the surgeons told him that he had only four or five  hours to live, he said, "To die'is nothing, but  to die without a priest or the consolations of  religion is hard." A brother officer who belongs to the aviation corps overheard him.  "I will bring you a priest," he said.. He dashed  to his machine, started the motor, and in a  moment was in the air and heading north, for  Laghouat, two days' march away. In less than  four hours he was back in camp with a priest.  "Life is short," says Josh Billings, "but it is  long enuff to ruin enny man who wants tew be  ruined."  A group of New Yorkers dined the other  day on some curious dishes. There were octopus soup, rock'cod from New Zealand, roast  breast of penguin, peas from Argentina, sea  elephant cutlets and salads made from endive  grown in Tasmania. The diners were guests of  a former companion of Sir Ernest Shaokleton  in the Antarctic. All the fish and meats served  at the meal had been frozen two years before  inv the south seas and were brought north to  show how great and how .varied.a food supply  the Antarctic continent can furnish.  Some people hate to leave the  table until  there is nothing else to leave.  Many a plan falls thro.ugh becanse  it  was  not thought through.  In. order to vote on the forthcoming Prohibition Plebiscite and in  Provincial or Dominion Elections  YOU MUST REGISTER  AH previous lists of Voters have been cancelled. The fact that your  name was on the List last year does not count. Neither can you vote  as a property owner without registering.  MAKE YOUR DECLARATION NOW  before the Registrar or an Election Commissioner, Postmaster, Justice of the Peace, Magistrate, Constable or before Officials of any  Governmetn Office.  REIGSTRATION CLOSES JULY FIFTEENTH NEXT  REGISTER TODAY  By Order PROVINCIAL SECRETARY  Real Estate, and Insurance  ORCHARDS,  FARM   LANDS   AND CITY  PROPERTY  Excellent facilities for. selling- your farms  We have agents at j al ICoast and Prairie  Po       ))  WE CARRY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.  DEALER IN POLES, POSTS AND TIES,  AND FARM PRODUCE  Reliable iiiformatiourceardini; this district  cheerfully furnished.' We solicit your en-  qulrfuH.  Yale Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty"  Branch Office: Royal Bank Bldg.  GEO.C. EGG  in charge  i."  FARM  LANDS OUR SPECIALTY  Nelson      GRAND FORKS      Trail  GRAND FORKS  Transfer C<  DAVIS-SHANSEN/Props."  City Baggage, and General  . Transfer  Coal,   Wood  and   Ice  for Sale  Office   at  R.   F.   Petrie's Store  Phone 64  P. A;;z. PARE, Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street  , SNAP   '.  Tlie Coryell Residence  ' This is ah eight roomed house in  excellent state of repair, situated on-  theout'skirts of the city, being Lot 7;  Block 5,. and comprising about i acres  of finest cultivated land.  We consider this ' property worth  $3000 easily.        '' ���������   .  Today it is ^offered for  WOO.  For further particulars see  JAS. H. RYLEY, Davis Block, or  GEO. C. EGG, Manager for Hugh  W. Robertson.  *;  Of all present-day Sewing Machines.  Why buyla machine at which you have  to sit in an awkward position, when you  may just as vtrell have one with which it  isa pleasure to sew? The White Rotary  Sit-Strate is just the machine you want.  Sold on easy monthly payments by1  chiller C&X Gardner  Complete Home Furnishers]  66  99  IS  -OBSOLETE  The use of "Hello!" is obsolete in proper  telephone. practice. * The correct way to  answer the telephone is to give the name  of the firm, so that the caller will know  instantly who :s talking. It sounds business-like, too, and saves time.  BRITISH COLUMBIA raasHBtBBaua  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  DOWN   ON  THE FARM  where our eggs, milk and cream come  from, cleanliness is the first consideration. Everything is kept, fresh and  swpet as new mown hay. And the  same care is exercised, in bottling and  packing. You" needn't fear fear to give  our eggs, mjlk or cream to babies or  invalids. They are as clean as they  are fresh and sweet.  CURLEW CREAMERY CO.  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  News of the City  John   Mowat,   a   life insurance  man  of   Victoria, is   spending  the  week   in the city;    M'. Mowat is a  brother of Seagt. A. N. Mowat, post  master at Greenwood.  Mr. Miller,of Walla Walla,Wash.,  accompanied H. W. Young on an  inspection trip to the M<iple Leaf  rune ia Franklin camp on Wednesday.-  W. J. Cook is attending the Masonic convention in Nelson this  week.  W. J. Evin3 came down from the  Rock Cmdy mine on Tuesday.  Born���������In Grand Forks, on Monday, June 14, to Mr. aud Mrs.  Charles Mudge, a son.  The   Forest   mill's   leg  reached the city today.  drivers  Wm. Easton returned yesterday  from a two weeks' vacation trip to  Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis left on  Wendesday for a .visit to Wenatchee  and Spokane.  Aid. McDonald and Wm.  Liddi  coat visited    Phoenix  Wendesday  afternoon.  Fred Knight,- of Spokane, visited  the Pathfinder mine this week.  An Afterthought  We have read somewhere of an old  Scotchman whose wit was edged with  pessimism. One morning he met at  her gate a neighbor whose husband  was "seriously ill.  '��������� And'-hop's:yer husband this morn  ing, Mrs. Tamson?" he asked, solicitously.  "Oh, he'8. awful bad! The doctor  said his temperatvre has gone to- one  hundred and fifty."  "Nannie, you've made a mistake  Sandy's temperature could never be  as muckle as one hundred and fifty���������  at least no' in this world," he added,  as an afterthought.        ..">....'  Ancient History  News Items and Comment Which  Appeared in' The Sun for the  Corresponding Week Eighteen Years Ago  Sir Thomas   G. Shauyhness, pre.������i  dent of the C P.R , will shortly . visit  Grand Forks.  B. Lcquime is making preparations  for   the   erection of   a   residence on  jyist'rknr utrpdi- 'Columbia.  *  Work was commenced Friday morn  ing on E. 0. Henniger's cottage on  Market street, Columbia.  Lots in the vicinity of the proposed  V. V. & E depot have been in great  demand lately, and a large number of  them have changed owners.  The suggestion has been that a local  barber be allowed to'carry a razor in  his bootleg as a weapon of defense.  As he only escaped being help up a  short time ago by a close shave, the  suggestion would seem reasonable.  The Poetry Business  Soon after the death of the poet  Wordsworth, a gentleman met a  farmer.of the neighborhood and said  to him:  uYou have had a great loss."  "What loss?"  -������"Why, you   have   lost, the   great  poet.'I v     .  "Oh, ay," said the farmer, "he is  dead, but ah hev no doubt the wife'll  carry on t' business an mak it as  profitable as ivver it was."  Pointing a Moral  A dear old lady, writes Edwin  Pugh in A "Book of Laughter, was in  charge of a party of her nephews and  nieces. They were going the rounds  of a museum, and the guide had just  said in a very impressive voice:  "Here you see the waistcoat worn  by Lord Nelson at the Battle of Tra  falger. The bullet'that ended his life  went through this hole here."  And the dear old aunt said:  ���������'You see, children!.Haven't 1 always warned you against carelessness  and untidiness? If that hole had been  mended at the proper time, the bullet  could not have gone through,'���������and  dear Nelson won Id still be alive."  ���������Lift-off Corns!  Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone  costs only a few cents.  With your fingers! You can lift off  Any hard :cbm, soft corn, or corn between  the toes, and the hard skin crJlupea from  bottom of feet.  A tiny bottle of "Freezone" c������/sts little  at any drug store; apply a-few drops  upon the corn or callus. Instantly it  sto;>8 hurting, then shortly you lift that  bothersome corn or callus right oil", root  and :\\\, without one hit of pain or sorc^  i������e8������.   Truly!    No humbug!  "Henrietta, "exclaimed Mr   Meek-  going to  ton   all   of  a sudden, "I'm  going   to  mat  on  carefully  put my foot down���������"  "I'was just going to speak of that,"  she interrupted.    ��������� 'You are  put both feet down���������on that  the front step and wipe them  the   next   time   you   come  into this  house."  AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE  SEALED TENDERS marked "Tender for  Automobile" will be received by the under-  signed not later than noon on June 25th. for  the purchase of one ������ord Roadster, the property of tfie Forest Branch. Lands Defpnrcment.  Intending purchasers will he piven an opportunity of examining the oar at Grand Forks  on application to Forest Ranker J. P. Griffith.  E. B. PROWD,  District Forester.  ���������, '   Nelson, B, C.  Victoria, B. C, May 26th, 1920.  TIMBER SALE X2424  SEALED TENDERS will be received by the  Minister of Lands not later than noon  on the 30th day of June, 1920. for the purchase of License X2424, to cut 2.054.000  feet of Cedar, Tamarao, Spruce and Fir, and  94,000 Lineal Feet of Cadar Poles, on an area  situate on Lynch Creek and Kettle River.  Similkameen District.  Three (3) years will bo allowed for removal  of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief Forester,  Victoria, B. C, or District Forester, Nelson, B. C.  DON'T HESITATE!  PHONE 101R  FOR FINE PRINTING  WEBER'S  DYEING AND CLEANING  WORKS  Phone 200 P. O. Box 125  BGrand Forks, B. C.  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly   Done  R. C. McCOTCHEON  WINNIPBG AVENUF  N  #  1UTR. BUSINESS <^MAN,  have you ever thought  that advertising putf 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 {he  big cities, and in each case  the name ot 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.  ti#' #*'  m  NEW  ICE CREAM PARLORS  "Maple Leaf" Ice Cream  Crushed Fruit Sundaes  "Special Sundaes  Ice-Cream Soda's ���������  Phosphates  Milk Shakes  Finest Parlors in the Boundary  -"���������Country.-   Courteous   Service.  Open after the show.  KOBERT F. PETRIE  Second door from Empress Theatre  i Belgium. The city of Republic,-  Wash"., has also asked for information about concrete sidewalks.  .������>   s  A case of whiskey was confiscated  by the authorities in the city today,  The liquor'Vwas imported in legal  form, but the importer lives at  an hotel add had no private residence to take.it to.  THE   SUJS,    GKAND    FOggs,    B. C.  You'll Always  News- of the City  A. D. Morrison on the   15th  inst  . sold, his jewelry   business to JVC  Taylor, who has been  in charge of  the store for a couple of years.    Mr.  Morrison retires from business after  having  conducted a jewelry   store  for thirty-four years,     twenty-one  years of which he has been in   business   in' Grand  Forks  and the bal  aneejof the time in Ontario.  During  that period he never wv.nt through a  fire   and   only   had one minor bur  glary.  In future he will   devote   his  entire 81160110040 the'fruit.growing  industry,   of  which   he has. already  made a   marked success.    Mr. 'Taylor, tbe new proprietor of  the store,  is an energetic young busirips?) man,  and...he will doubtless meet with.the  success to which his  high   standing  in the commnnity entitles him.  Judge J., R. Brown left on Satur  day for a couple of weeks' visit to  Penticton.  Miss Vivinn Brooks, of this city  and Mr. Cranston, of Revelstoke,  were married, in tbe Presbyterian  church here on Tuesday, Rev. Hillis  Wright performing the ceremony.  (GENUINE ASPIRIN  HAS "BAYER CROSS"  Tablets   without   "Bayer   Cross"  are not Aspirin at al!  A Need-less Expense  Hon, W. J. Bowser, leader of the  opposition in  the   provincial   iegis  latnre, spent part -of   Monday  and  Tuesday in the city.   He was on bis  way to the  Masonic  convention   in  Nelson.    His object in  stopping off  here, he said, was to urge  the  elec  tors to get their names on.the voter's  list.    As   far   as is known, he addressed no public meeting here.  A mighty buildor of  railways,   th<  late George Pauling, ��������������������� known from  the   Cape    to    the   Congo,i������"and>-from  Beire to Angora, as   the   constructor  of almost every mile of line   throughout South Africa. .What Ceceil Rhodes  dreamed Pauling built, and there is a  quaint story of their close association,  On    his- frequent journeys to and-1  trom England Rhodes   insured    fresh  eggs for breakfast by taking a coop of  hens on board the steamer.    Puulin^,  his   frequent     fellow traveller,    was  asked why he did not indnlge in a sim  ilar luxury.  "Oh!" said Pauling. 'T don't  bother about the hens. I give the  bo'sun a sovereign and I get Ilbodes'  ��������� Get genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  in a "Buyer" package, plainly marked  "with the safety "Bayer 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 for Headache, Neuralgia, Colds,  ���������Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for  Pain generally.    Made in Canada.  Handy tin boxes *$f 12 tablets���������also  larger sized "Bayer" packages.  Aspirin is tlie trade mark (registered  in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture ot  Monoaceticacidester 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  with their general" trade mark, the  "Bayer Cross."  Be on Time  f 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 "cwatch'you yet here will  prove an ticcurate time   keeper.  JOHN GRASSICK  Successor to  TIMBERLAKE, SON C& CO.  * Cvcling is easy when you ride the high grade Bicycles  I'hhII���������the wheels that run smoothly year after year. Let  me pxplain to you my easy sale,plan on tprms.  First-Class Repair Work done in Blac:k?mithing, Brazing,  Aluminum Soldering, Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Woodwork, Etc.  Opposite G. F. Garage  GKAND FORKS, B. C.  The Sun isa  $2   newspaper sold  at .$1 per year,  You can not reach The Sun's  numerous readers except/ through  its advertising columns.  Those wishing neat sign   painting  to   ornament   their   business places,  should   call   on   W. P. O'Connor, a  returned so.ldier.   .  eggs.'  All   free miners' 'licenses   pxpire  on May 31.     ^  WATER NOTICE  If you don't see it in The  Sun   it  ?;!dn-'f   ha'JPen'   or" it 'wasn't worth  mentioning.  %.  B   Davis, of Victoria, visited  the  city on Monday in connection   with  he  government  irrigation " scheme  m this valley. At.a meeting with tbe  irrigation committee   Monday   fore  noon the matter of the organization  of a^ water municipality was'left  with the eon.om.ee. It i8 8a,d that  the.project looks more favorable  *������" than It did after the recent  public meeting 6Cfnt  William   Cooper, of.Calgary   ha.  David Feighner .situated  ahout   n  miles  east  of  the citv    ti*   *  J"*   -  one  of  thX;^  thlt i 8      WaS made th���������gb  the real  estate   office  of S. T-.Hull  W.J. 04jipeaUi.man f    .  ������ra.tfdP���������r,sc,���������cr;1,,j;u���������;  *"'   -ork    f���������>ra   ���������  munioi ���������  A Double Exposure.  . . The first barrage was too much for  Rastus, colored doughboy,and he took  to his heels". Some distance back of  the lines he was intercepted by an  officer, who inquired why he was rulining.  . "I saw de shells   a-comin' at   me,  cunnel, and I jes' had to run."  "You saw the shells?''  "Yes,   .sah;. I   saw   one big shell  twice���������first when it passed just   over  in)' head and second   when   I   passed  just under it."  'V    .'    __        ':  EVERY  PERSON    LIVING'   IN  Grand   Forks   can  make  excellent  "' profits this year by investing a few  dollars   of  their earnings  through  the columns of the Texas Pacific Oil-  News.    Many-������������������thousands of people  are making small and large fortunes  by   investing  their earnings    with  HON EST COMPANIES operating  in the greatest oil boom   the   world  has ever known which is at present  taking place in the state of Texas.  Write to Messrs. YORK & WEBSTER, 419 Winch Buildina, Vancouver,    B.C.,   for  a  copy   of   the  Texas Pacific Oil News.  '��������� (DIVERSION  AND USE.)  I City of (,rnnd Forks, whose arid rem i������  Post Office Box 220,Grand Ko?fc.,B.C. wi  apply for-a lict-nce to take and use forty  Trf\?/ W&ten OU of ?lm Creok.also known  ��������� ,������Kto"e Creek, also as Groubv Creek  which flows south-westerly and drains into  North Fork of Kettle River about K mile from  junction of North Pork and Main Kettle  liver, a he water will be diverted from to  stream about 800 feet south-east of no. th-eas"  corner post of District Lot 495. G LS milka-  roeen Division of Yalo District, and will ho  used for domestic (Municipal Waterworks"  purpose upon the limd described as the cor-  porate limits of the Citv of Grand Forks and  pan of 0. Lots 494 and 531, G. I., tho corporate  I.miOs of the City of Grand Forks?B 8 and  those portions of District Lots 194 and 5S1 n������  set out in Section 10 of Certificate of An-  proyal dated 8th-day of October. 1919 * This  notice was posted on the ground on  the 1'ih  -JtyaSfiVo?,-102������- A ������**?*��������������������������� notice and  an application pursuant thereto and .to th*  ''Water-Act, 1914," will be flled.in the office Qf  the Water Recorder. Grand Forks\ li ������  Objections to the application maybe flted  with the said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Par iamen?  Bnildinjrs, Victoria. B;c., within fifty days  alter the h rst appearance of- this��������� notice in' a  ooa newspuper. The date of the first publication of this notice i.s May 14th, 1920  lake Further Notice that the Corporation  ?h������\nCrt,y-������������Pr,,V,1.Fork8 has Petitioned  the Minister of Lands for the approval of its  waterworks undertaking of   diverting-   and  te^n-T* waterNfrom. Mill Creek (Grand  Forks District) which petition and any objections thereto will be heard by the Board of  Investigation at a time and place to be fixed  by thHComptroller of Water Rights '  ,.O.bJ������<jtIoi.B to the petition mai- be filed iu  the Ofbce of the Comptroller of Wafer Rights  attheHarliarnentsB.iildir.Ksand may be in  the form of a letter addressed t , the .Minister  to the Board or to the Comptroller.  A copy of the petition will l,e dennsttnri in  the office of the Water Recorder for Grand  forks District v������iunu  COKl'OKATlOX  OF TJIB ClTY CF GRAND FORKS,  ' , Applicant.  By John A. Hutton, Agent  Synopsis of  Land Act Amendments  s Good  Printinj  As a rule the'kind of workmen who  talk of revolting are.  IN  .  i  RealEstate and Insurance  . Established 1910  Orchards       Farms       Farm Lands  City-Property ,  We have excellent facilities for selling?your  property. Agents at Nelson, Calgary and  other-Prairie points. -Vancouver Agents:  ���������STKKLING'INVESTMENTS  KKIXKTT & ITTEK  Ri liable information regarding thi* district  cheerfully furnished. We solicit your en-  (inirie*.  quiries  CITY PROPERTY  CITY OF GRAND FORKS will hold a sale of  Acre Plots and smaller parcels of land suitable  for gardening or building.  These properties have been listed at very-  low upset prices and may now be purchased at  the City Office. , '  Many, of these parcels of land are located  on City Water Mains and Irrigation can be arranged for at low cost, while many, especially  those in West Grand Forks, will come under  the irrigation system when installed.  These would all be good buys at any time,  but should be particularly attractive with the  coming of irrigation to the valley.  AT VOUR  SERVICE  Modern Jiigs and Good  Horses at All Hours  at  the  odel Livery Barn  ML H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68 Second Street  CITY CARTAGE d  GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS  AND DEALER IN  Office!  | F. Downey's Cigar Store  1 PETERSEN & DINSMOffE, Proprietors  nPHE value  of well-  printed, neat appearing stationery as  a means of getting and  holding desirable business has been  amply  demonstrated.    Consult  us  before  going  elsewhere.  Wedding invitations  Ball programs  Business cards,      ~  yisitirig cards  Shipping tags  Letterheads  Statements  Noteheads  Pamphlets  Price lists  Envelopes -v  Billheads        _^  Circulars  Dodgers  Posters  Menus '' ���������  .    And   commercial   and  society printing of every  description.  Let us  quote you   our  prices.  New Type  Latest StyleJ  Faces .  THE SUN  Columbia Avenue and  Lake Street  TELEPHONE  R101  Minimum price of Aral-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  . and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  1 -'but partloa of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent,. pre-emptions  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements ;on respective  claims. i* ������  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  .:��������� value of ..$10 per .acre, including clearing and cultivation, of at lea^t 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.   "  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has nggde proportionate improvements.'.-he may, because iOf iilrhealth, 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 forfeiture. Title cannot be ;obtained in  less than 5 years, and-improvements  of $10.00 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, w'  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfllling'resi-  dential and improvement conditions.  For gracing 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, la made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  ACT. >^     ,  The Bcop* ot this Act is enlarged to  include all persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which tho 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 rejatjng to pre-emptions are  due or-payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 191S.  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  .  i, 19H, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agree men ts to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  /Allied forces, or dependents, acquired  ' direct or indirect, /omitted from enlistment to March 31, .3920.    ^  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, involvingjforfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, Interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase 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 estab-  lishcd owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range management. I'Yeo, or partially free, permits  for .voUlcrs, campers or travellers, up  'o ten  'icad.  BOOT   REPAIRING  ���������V,  VI  ?'1  $  r.  L .Ppen Saturday Evenings Till 10 o'Clodk  b-^TO S s?c Ws::l D j0r ^at The s,in offi-at  Su, Job Department. >    ^ gKy*J        ^P��������� as b^  /.  TAKK  your  repairs to  Armson, sboo  re  puirer.    The   Hub,    Look  for  tliu   Hip  Uool,


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