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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Jun 12, 1914

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 *   ' ������>    .       y   ..      ./*_������  1  1  /  *  /  I-  &/  <./  * -i   /:���������   J       '  'M  ��������� "V  ���������V">Vi  ���������'*&  '!������  *:'i-a.. -.  Kettle Valley Orchardist  HIRTEENTH YEAR-No. 33  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 19i4  $1.00 PER YEAR  THEJITIZENS  Agents Selling Stock for Non-  Resident'Companies Must  Pay $25 Per Day  THE CADE  The meeting of the city council  on Monday night was rather abbreviated, compared with former sessions. Mayor Gaw and Aid. Bicker-  ton. Bonthron; Donaldson, Henni-  ger, Manly and McCallum were  present. '  A communication from A. B.. Berber &, Co., of Boston, stated that the  firm bought and   sold   secondhand at 3 a.m.  electrical machinery.    On motion of,great deal of waste of power.  ci ty was now in a fairly   clean  condition.  Aid. Bonthron, chairman of the  .board of works, stated that the cement sidewalk around the new post  office would be completed as soon as  permission to proceed with the work  was obtained from the  government.  ��������� Aid. Manly; chairman of the  fin-: Local   CorpS     Inspected    by  ance'committee,   recommended   the'  payment of the city payroll and the  past month's accumulation of bills,  which was concurred in by the council.;- The council also decided to  pay the balance of Mr. Ryan's account into court  A grant of $25 per month was  made to the hoard or trade. The  grant dates from May 1 of the current1 year and continues until further notice.  . Aid. Henniger suggested that  all  city lights could nnw.be   turned out  At   present   there was a  Mitchell was very favorably- impressed with tbe Kettle valley as a  fruk growing district. He even  hinted that he preferred it to the  far-famed Okanagan.  Aid. Manly, the clerk was instructed  to offer the water wheel and motor  at the smelter power house for sale.  A communication from the rail  way commission, Oltawa,stated that  the application for a station in the  West end of the city would be heard  at Revelstoke on ihe 18th inst. On  motion of Aid. McCallum and Manly, the council decided to remain  neutral in the matter, and the clerk  was instructed to notify the commission to this effect.  A legal opinion had been obtained  from  Jas. H. - Ryly 'regarding, the  sale of Calgary  oil shares   in the  city.     Mr.   Ryly   stated   that  the  traders' license bylaw did not really  cover the sale of stock   by  transient  arid  non-resident   companies,   and  suggested that it be amended  so as  to  safeguard the  public.    W.   E.  Hadden also addressed  the council  on this subject.   He contended that  the oil company he reprented was a  bona fide concern and that  he  was  its duly appointed local   representative.    The matter was dropped with  the   intimation   that   notice of   an  amendment  to  the  traders'* license  bylaw would be given later in   the  evening.  The chairman of the board of  works reported that the cement  sidewalks on Ida and Victoria avenues had been completed,as had also  the board walks on Second street  and near the Central school on Winnipeg avenue. In discussing tbe  proposed cement sidewald on First  street, the chairman brought up the  question as to who should bear the  expense of laying the walk across  alleys and rtreets. The council decided to be guided in this matter by  the provisions of the cement sidewalk bylaw, which provides that all  the property owners in the block  must bear their, pro rata share of the  ost.  On motion of Aid. Henniger and  Bickerton, the clerk was instructed  to inform the city health officer that  he must notify the chairman of the  health and relief committee of all  charity cases before any expense is  incurred.  The chairman of the health and  relief committee thought that milk  tests should be- made often er in the  Aid. Manly, gave notice that at the  next sitting'of the council he would  bring in an amendment to the  traders' license bylaw. He also gave  notice that at the same meeting he  would ask leave to introduce a rate  and tax levy bylaw.  Tbe council then adjourned until  Wednesday night. "  Maj. Belson���������To Camp  at Kaslo  , Mr. and Mrs. J. IST. Currie and F.  Downey left on Saturday for Victoria, where Messrs. Currie and  Downey will represent Gateway  Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F., ^at the 50th  ���������J ubilee���������con ven tion.  At the adjonrned meeting of the  city council on Wednesday' evening  Mayor Gaw and Aid. Bonthron,  Manly and McCallum were present.  j,Aid. Manly was granted .leave to  introduce his amendment to the  traders' license bylaw, which passed  its first and second^ readings,, was  considered in and adopted by tae  committee of the -whole, and then  under a suspension of the rules was  read for the third time. The bylaw  provides that local agents selling  shares for a non-resident company  must pay a license fee of 825 per  day. Non-resident real estate agents  whowish to do business in the city  must also pay the same fee. /  The financial committee was instructed to investigate the best  method to collect the dog tax, and  to report at the next meeting of the  council.. '  The chairman of the board of  works was instructed to investigate  the best method of dealing with the  street sprinkling problem and to report at the next meeting. In the  meantime this work was left under  his charge. He was also instructed  to look after the destruction of noxious weeds.  Major Belson inspected the Grand  Forks Cadets yesterday, on the school  ground, and expressed himself as well  satisfied with the showing the oorp  had made  The major, in addressing the boys,  stated that a mistaken,idea prevailed  in some quarters regarding the cadet  movement. Some people were of the  opinion that the boys were being  trained for soldiers. Such was not the  case. The .movement was to assist  the boys of today to be better citizens  and men that any country would be  proud of, by teaching them obedience,  to think quickly and to be dependent  upon themselves as well as giving  them a course in manual . training, to  properly develod their bodies.  After complimenting the company  on their splendid appearance in their  new uniforms, the major informed  them that arrangements had been  completed for their annual outting,  which would be held at Kaslo this  year, the cadets of.the interior going  into camp at that point about July 20.  All transportation expenses, as well  as those in camp, would be paid by  the government. There would be  plenty of sport and he hoped every  member of. the  company  would  go.  Archie Symes was in command, and  assisted by Stanley Donaldson and  Rennie Keron, put the company  through their various drills, including  skirmishing. .The corp showed much  attention to the commands of their  officers and the company made a  splendid showing and one which their  instructor, A. S. Matheson,. may well  .be proud of.  Quite a number of citizens, including the members of the board of  school trustees, were present during  inspection and were well pleased with  the advancement the cadets are making  F. Legault, formerly manager of  tbe British Columbia Telephone  company in this city, but now manager of the Kootenay Power & Light  company at Green vvoud, wad in the  city   on   Monday.  ' The Grand Forks Creamery company is the latest enterprise to be  launched in the ctty. Alwood  Bros, are the proprietors. Tbe company will deal in sanitary milk and  cream, which will be delivered to  customers.  WHS PLEASANTLY  EHTERTA  George Bury and Party See  the Smelter and  Fruit  Growing Industry  Robert Lawsbn, the fruit grower,  left on Tuesday for Reginia. He  will investigate market conditions at  various points in the prairie provinces before returning home.  EWS OF II CITY  One   of the  most  successful informal functions ever attempted  in  Grand    Forks   was   carried  out on  Monday,    when   George   Bury and  family,   W.    0.   Miller  and  other  officials of the Canadian  Pacific railway were entertained by  the   board  of trade and the city council   and  a  large numbea of  the   ladies   of   the  city.    The   party   visiting   our city  was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Bury and  daughter,   Mr. and Mrs.  Drummond-Hay,     Mr.    and   Mrs.  Geojge Bury Jr., W. O.  Miller,   H  B. Walkem and other officials!   The  most pleasing part of the   whole en  tertainment was the warm   greeting  given   to   Mrs. Bury   and the other  ladies of the party by the   ladies  of  Grand Forks.  Promptly at 9:30 aim.  the entire  party, accompanied by about twenty  of the citizens and   their   wives, entered the automobiles so generously  provided   and    proceeded    to   the  Granby":  smelter.    The   party,   was  there taken  in   charge  of   by   Mr.  Bishop, and the process  of  extracting   the   minerals   was   fully   explained to them.   Leaving the smelter, the party, in eight   autos, fully  loaded, proceeded east of the city as  far as the  orchard formerly  owned  by Hon.   Martin   Burrell.    Returning, the party proceeded west as far  as the Western Pine Lumber company's plant, where Mr. Bury could  Tom Livington,   the  well   known |8ee the new cut-off now being com-  A joint celebration of tbe Fraternal  Order of Eagles and the Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship societies of  the Boundary will be held at Christina Lake on June 22.  Mrs.McPherson and daughters,  who has been visiting at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Needham,  returned to Trail on Tuesday.  In the intermediate baseball game  at the exhibition grounds on the  7th, Grand Forks was an easy winner against Republic, the score being 16 to 4. A good crowd witnessed the game.  prospector, returned on Saturday  from a three months' vacation trip  to southern California. He left on  Wednesday for Franklin and  Gloucester camps.  ORE TREATMENTS  With tbe news that the Granby  Consolidated Mining &, Smelting  company is now engaged in opening  up the old Hadley copper property  at Hadley, Alaska, the steamship  Spokane, of the Pacific Coast Steamship company, arrived in Seattle on  Monday from Skagway and other  southeastern Alaska points. For  the first time in years she called at  Hadley to deliver freight to the  company.    The company   is  ready  For the seven days ending June  7, the Granby smelter in this city  treated  23,537 tons of ore, 23,284  tons of which were from  the   com- j to begin work on the construction of  pany's own properties and  253 tons'a   new   wharf   there, and will also  of foreign ore.    For the same period  Granby shipped 261,000 pounds of  blister copper.  For the  present year up to June j  G. M. Fripp received a telegram  from Nelson that the daily passenger  train service betwean Nelson and Midway on the Canadian Pacific railway  would be resumed on Tuesday, and at  1:30 on that day the train pulled into  the union station. The news was received with unalloyed joy by the  people of the Boundary. This  obviates the expense of bringing the  case before the rail way commission.  The new library Jin Knox Presbyterian church is now ready for distribution. Those who want books can  get them on Friday evenings from  7:30 to 8, and on Sunday mornings  from 10 to 11. No book is to be  kept out longer than two week. Tha  library is free to any adult citizen.  ereet new bunkers.  J. R. Jackson,  M.P. P. for Greenwood   riding, was  in tbe   city   on  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lemaster and  family left yesterday for Wenatchee,  Wash., where they will reside in  future.  Hon   Thomas Taylor,   minister of  public    works,   spent    Monday    and  I ., the Granby smelter treated a ' Monday and Tuesday, and was j Tuesday in the city, and inspected the  future than they have been made in total of 529^98 tons of ore, 519.954 ' busily engaged with his auto in roads and public works of the district  the past.  On motion of Aid. Bickerton, the  health   and   relief   committee  was  granted the use of the city team  for  2_- days in order to carry away  the' 8,814,295 pounds,  balance   of the debris gathered to  gether on "clean-up" day.  tons  being    from    the  company's' piloting Hon. Thomas Taylor over On   Tuesday   he   whs  mines at Phoenix  and  9,744 tons  the countjy roads. j north as Gloucester  from foreign properties.   The blister J     _          w,   ,"7; ~  ,      , t    'Superintendent Spraggett.  copper shipments for the year   were  taken   as  far  camp   by   Road  James Mitchell, who has been vis  iting  at   the   home  of his cousin, '    Died���������In Grand Forks, on Satur-  ' Robert Lawson, returned on Satur-  day,   June   6,   infant son Mr. and  pleted. Returning to the city, the  party crossed the Fourth street  bridge, drove over the macadamised  road to Danville and then to the old  Covert estate. The members of the  party were greatly enthused over  the beautiful orchard and grounds.  A dainty luncheon, which was  greatly appreciated by everyone,  was served on the lawn by Mr.  Metcalfe and his assistant. On the  trip back to the city some of tbe  members of tbe party went to the  top of the hill, where a magnificent  view of the whole valley was ob  tained.  When the party reached tbe union  station, after driving a distance of  thirty miles, it was discovered that  the ladies of Grand Forks had presented to Mrs. Bury a beautiful  bouquet of home grown flowers.  Many expressions of praise and  thanks were given by Mr. Bury and  party to the board of trade and the  city council for the pleasant entertainment given.  The board of trade and the city  council wish to thank heartily all of  the ladies who were present for their  assistance in making the social  gathering a success, and also to Mr.  Niles, who tendered the use of the  residence and lawn on the Covert  estate for the entertainment of the  party.  It is stated on doubtful anthority  that a travelling man in this city  this week discovered that an  appli-  It is easy to grow a cover crop of day to his home   in   SummeVland,   Mrs. C.  B.   Peterson.    The funeral' cation of an electric  poultice  is an  Aid. McCallum reported  that the weeds at present. where he owns a fruit ranch.    Mr.   was held on Monday. efficacious remedy for heart trouble. THE   SUN,    JRAND    FORKS,   B. 0.  G. A.  ������to (gran&JfarkB ������>mt ariab1^:/orced ������ut ������f the con"  r ! ern.    it  is a flimrham game/  EVANS.  EP.TOH AND  PUBL.SHER    ^       nQ       ^      ^      ^  ' ^  money to throw away..should;  have anything .toido with it.  ALARM GEOGKS  SUBSOEIPTION KATBS :  .ins Vear     $1.50  I ne Year (In advance)  1.00  < 'ne Year, in United States :  1.50  Address all communications to  The Grand Forks Sun,  ���������-'honb R74 Grand Forks, B.C  FRIDAY,, JUNE 12,   1914  The Canadian Northern aid  bill has. passed the house and  senate at' Ottawa, and Canada's, titled '.millionaire mendicants are,happy once more.  The next time Will and Dan  (come for assistance they will  run up against a government  that may not be so liberal  with the .people's money.  Hon.     Martin-   Burrell,  mornings  ���������   George Bury, second vice  president of the Canadian Pa  cific railway, had such;a good  time  while in  the  city   this  week, and the citizens got so  thoroughly   acquainted   with  him, that in future  we  shall  .not   feel at :all  embarrassed  when   we ask him for. favors.  Our first  requests   are  quite  modest.    We should  like to  have   a big tourist hotel at  Christina lake, a large brick  and marble union depot in this  city,  the  North Fork branch  extended  to  Franklin camp,  and we should also like to see  Grand Forks made a common  freight  For these dark  produce a tendency ��������� to  sleep in. Best thing you '  can get to counteract this  .tendency is-a.gqqd felia- ���������  ble alarm clook. Our  stock is large, our prices  are low, and every clock  is Guaranteed. -  Ai  Ur MORRISON grand forks/b.o.  for   a   few  dishes.".'-  minutes,   "I'll   do  the  more.  rates    point.     After  ��������� ��������� *-^���������   ������f   ���������    ���������nnihll,0       ''I these improvements have been  minister   01   agriculture,  ap-        ,       i   . . ,  pears to be adding lustre to ma,de' ��������� sliall feel contented  his fame.' He has -been photo- and .will be happy forever-  graphed in company with Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, Premier Borden and Geo. E. Foster. The  picture arrived in Grand  Forks last week, arid the owner will have it framed when  the post office clock arrives,  in order to appropriately commemorate - that ��������� important  event.  A member of the cabinet  of the provincial government  visited our city this week, but  the event was scarcely noticed  except in official circles. A  few years ago such- an important occurrence would have  caused a flutter of excitement.  Is it possible that the remnant  of bur local Conservative association scrutinize from afar all  officials -who come to out*  city, and that only:fehose .wli6  come not empty handed groyj  to favor in their eyes.  One reason why the flo,taT  tion of "wild-cat" oihandminf  ing stock is a sure-thing gamble for the promoters is because the purchasers take all  Dead Quiet  The little chap was playing "store"  Along with other boys;  And as the}' romped around the floor,  They made a lot of! noise.  "Keep that store quiet," mother said.  ,  The little ehap was wise.  '���������All right," qouth he, "we'll just pretend  That we don't advertise."  MnOUSPUKT  An officer of the public health  service of the United States says  women are much more sensible in  the matter of clothes than men. But  they have no Highland regiments in  the United States.���������Victoria Times.  Men Washed Dishes  Mrs. Harriett Prenlis Scott, a suf  fragette of Clearfield, Pa., finally,  after two years of effort, has per,-  suaded her husband to wash the  dishes. He often quoted Scriptural  texts to prove that the household  duties belong to ,the wife.  Smilingly engaging her husband  in argument, Mrs. Scott declared  that good men in the early ages always washed the dishes, and t<he  could-prove it by the Bible.  '���������Prove it,-" said  hubby, ";ind I'll  Captain Frakes and  C.   B.   Petei-  sou    have   a   dozen plants in their  gardens which ��������� have  an   interesting  history.    The   Sied    was   sent   Mr.  Frakes hy an  old sea captain lrieud  of   his   direct   from   Jerusalem, of  which city the plant is a native.  Mr.  Peterson   does   not   know whether  the plant is a flower or a vegetable.  At present it looks like a sunflower  or a big weed.    The seed resembled  a peanut, and as  the  plant   thrives  exceedingly   in    this  climate, it is  quite   probable that   there   may Le  Jerusalem peanuts on exhibition   at  our fall lair.     The plant   has   many  peculiarities.     Whenever the  name  of its native city is mentioned in its  presence it becomes visibly agitated,  and when a  Jew passes it, it wavts  its foliage at him as much as to say,  "How do you Uo,   comrade?"     Mr.  Peterson says he would not   be surprised if the plant would   sing   "Jerusalem" as soon as it bursts out in  bloom.  . is,now.: open'.for business with a  fnll stock of  .: Flour;'alsoi;Fee'd;"for Horses, Cows, Pigs and  Hens at fair prices, and we solicit a share of.  your patron'i.'  'A Gar  of  i   ment and   a   Car  of Seid  Wheat, Oats and/ Barley  arrived this week. Also a full line of International Stbbk Food oii hand. Satisfaction  Guaranteed.     '    ������������������ ]' .. -���������   ;        ���������  Show   Rooms  on   First  Street and Warerooms in Colombia  the risk. It is the buyers' money  that develops   the   properties, j wash   our  dishes  for   tne next two  Then  if a strike is made the I years "  promoters, who have put none  Grand Forks has probably the  smallest baby in British Columbia.  When it was born, nearly three  years ago, it weighed just' one and  one-half pounds. Today, at the age  of three, it is about the size of an  ordinary babv at its birth, but it  possesses all the intelligence that a  child of its age is usually endowed  with. The parents are Mr. and  Mrs. A. Johnston, of thh! Wr;st   end.  r DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ������:  .'' gulatlnfr Plll-for:Women. 'J5 a box or three for  ��������� |10. ��������� Sold tit all Drug Stores, or mulled tc any  , nddrebs on receipt of price   Tim ScohklIi Davu  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario.   FHOSPHONOt FOR MEN.   $;_"������_���������  ,: Vitality; for Norvo and Krain;. increases."������re>-  i matter"; a-Tonic���������will build-you up.'S3 a box; or  ! two for S5, at drusr stores, or by mail on r'-neirt.  ' of price."-The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines.  Ontario.    - ���������;   ��������� "���������  r.ntsj������>i.ijw.������.iw������iM nm  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Bigs  and - Good  Horses at All- Hours  the  at  Will beautify the ,. home and  give a rich appearance and  finish to a room that cannot  be given in .��������� any other way.  Our new pa:pers will enable  you to do this. See our samples and be convinced!  WoodlandC&Quinn  .   The Rexall Druggists  odel Livery Barn  Burns & O'Ray, Props.  .  Phone 68 Second Street  IGK BY THE GOOD  of their own cash into the  venture, always happen to  hold a majority of the stock,  and in the end the small  shareholders, who should profit  by their  investments, are -in-  H.-ury   Logan, of  the   local   substation of the West ICootenay Power  I will wipe out Jerusalem  as a j ������fe Light'compjiny, Jett on   Saturday  on a holiday trip to thecon-t.  man wipeth a-dish, wiping it and  turning it upside down,-'" slowly  read the wife from Second Kings  "Humph! let me see that!"  snapped out Scott. '"Humph!" he  said Mgain, after gazing sit tin* words  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  Girls! Try It!  Hair gets soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a"25 cent bottle  of  Danderine.  If you caro t-^r heavy, hair that glla-  tens with beauty and is radiant;"with,  life; has an- Incomparable softness and  Is"fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application doubles the.  beauty of your, hair, besides, it immediately dissolves every : particle of  dandruff. Ycu can hot."have nice  ���������heavy, hpalthy hair. Uf you .ha\;e  dandruff. This destructive scurf robs  the hair of its lustre, it3 strength and  its very life, and if not overcome It  produces a feverishaess and itching of  the scalp; the hair roots famish,  loosr-n and'die: then the hair falls out  fast Surely get a 25-cent bottle of  Knowlton's Danderine from any drug  store and just try it  WHITE WYANDOTTES  S, G, RHODE ISLAND REDS  EGGS FOR HATCHING  Orders taken for day old chicks  T have two nice peiis of' White  Wyandotte.*) mated up, andune . each  of-Reds,  Prices from either pen. or.inixe pen  you like, $2 00 per 12, S3 50'poV 24,:  So 00 ! per 3(r Uay-old' chicks,-25c  each., ���������' ���������      -;|    "'   ''"'  All infertile e^K1--are replaced--pro:  yidin{������ tlinv are returned,after'test oil  the lUtli day. I  Fifty sotting hens wanted. Let me  know what you haV(; uot.  EI. EH.W. Mills  GRAND    FORKS,   B.   O. .  Say a  ������  It Is wise to say a good  word for yourself or, your  business, whether your  stock In trade be merchandise or labor, Want  Ads. are the most direct  line of communication  to the best buyers.    -  assie  Fashionable  Ladies' and' Gentlemen's  of Every Description  Bridge Street  (jjrand Forks, B. C������  They are usually best  and -most satisfactory  in the end.  OUNDARY'S I  BOTTLED BEER  is a home product of  real , merit. Get a  a case today and try it  now.    Ask for ' it. ���������  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  Yale Barber Shop  tiazor Honlner a Specialty.  *s^^ JL  P. A,  Z.   PARE,  Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street.  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Coal  When our spirits are on the ebb  we think we haven't a ghost of a  show.  OFFICE AT  The Mann Drug Co. 's Store  PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R.18  ,6 rand  forks  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for  ransfer  ii  h  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus arid Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre 8> Mclnnis, Proprietors THE. SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,. B. C.  <r   I   *-,  \J  -���������<���������:���������  Have a separate cup for cannery  berries. Throw away any berries  showing decay. Do not put one  overripe berry in the shipping cup,  as it will spoil the rest, and the  market condition of the whole crate  will be'ruined. ' <  3 Berries should not be picked  while the bushes are, dump, either  from rain, dew or fog, except for  cannery purposes. ��������� ;  4. See that the cups are filled  full, having all the corners filled to  the top.  5. Pickers must not pinch the  .berries, nor hold them in the hand  to he crushed. The berry should be  taken firmly between the forefinger  and the thumb, with a lateral twist  removed from the core -and placed  directly in the shipping cup. Pinch  in<i makes a red discoloration .after  the berry'-has been on the market a  tV>w days,Which is followed by pre  mature softening and decay.  t). A* soon as'.picked ..place- the  cups in the crate, w.hich should'he  kf'pt in a cool place Never allow  beires to stand in the sun nr dust  aftt r being picked. ,Por pxpn-ss  shipments cool the berries to l'0������,r>y  fanning with night air and ship thr  ���������following morning.  And get it good, should be the main idea in:  the matter of your Meat and. Fish. A full,  assortment may always be depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon need only to he  tried to-be appreciated, and once used always called for.  Meat Merchants  TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,  ���������     K:AIR  STOPS FALLING  I. SHIPPIMRIS  Timely Bulletin Issued by  the Department of  .-.."���������       Agriculture ���������  The horticultural branch of the  .provincial department of; agriculture has issued the  following, rules  for picking, grading and shijoping  .strawberries   and  raspberries.    The  rules have been compiled by Edwin  .Smith:  STBAWBEKRIES.  '.    1.  Make pickings as   soon as   tbe  color   of   the   berries  indicates the  ' proper market maturity.    For   long  express  shipments pickings should  .be   made   when   the   berries  show  about one third color, the  degree of  .color depending  upon   the distance,  ' of the market.  t 2, Make frequent pickings, going,  over, the vinces alternate days. Immediately after a period of rain go  over the whole patch, cleaning up  all the fruit and sendiug the fruit  ���������that is fit to the cannery.  ��������� 3. Pick in the cool part of the day  if possible and do not allow the fruit  to1 stand in the sun or dust after  picking. Carry the stands to the  . packing shed at once after they have  been filled.  4. Each   picker   should  be pro-,  vided with stands holding six  cups.  . Remove the berry from the vine by  breaking the stem over the forefinger in giving the berry a little side  motion. Do not injure the berry in  any way, either by pressure or by  tearing it loose from the calyx or  "hull."    Pick   the vines clean and  . place the soft berries in separate  cups for the cannery, throwing the  culle ivvay.  5. Pack the berries'in acool.6hed  having plenty of light. Before packing remove the berries from the  picking cups, placing them upon a  cloth covered packing-.'frame. /Be  sure the berries are perfectly dry before packing, Forcing air currents  over the berries while they are upon  the fiames removes all moisture,  brings out.the lustre on the fruit  and leaves it in a cool condition.  .6. Use experienced packers.' For  long' distance shipments make at  least three grades: (A) distant market grade,- using only sound, partially, colored fruit; (b) local market  grade,, using "sound and well colored  froit; (c) cannery grade, which, includes ,a good quality of ripe fruit.  All berries showing the least indication . of decay or deterioration are  culls and must be thrown away.  Such berries wiil spoil the. "rest of  the.crate.  7. To determine the proper  color  that berries should   have   for   long  distance  shipment by  express   the  best plan is to study the train schedules and-determine the   amount   of  time it will require the berries to arrive at the 'destination.   Pick several  cups of berries at different stages of  maturity and place them in  a  temperature of 65������.    At   the end of the  given time inspect   the   berries and  determine which is in the best shape.  For   this   test  the  cups should be  wrapped up in. newspaper  and    the  time of the test should   be   two.or  three   days   over   the   actual train  time.  S. When packing for market use  uniform .sizes of berri'-s, placing  them'in clean,-new cups. Have the  top layer of berries come slightly  above the outside edge of the cups  and have the rows faced evenly, so  as to give an attractive   appearance..  9. As soon as packed place the'  cups in the crate and keep in a cool  place. In nailing on covers use four  nails to the cleat. Do riot nail  superfluously, as it irritates the con-;  Burners and deflects from the packers' reputation. ���������'   ;.������������������  10. Cool the berries down to  60������  before shipping.    This may lie done'  by leaving the fruit in the- night air  and shipping in the morning.  ItASPBEBBIES..  1. Pick the berries as soon as the  fruit will slip off ihe core without  crumbling or mashing. Every berry  that is red must come off the vine.  2. Pickers must use smallcarriers  attached to the waist so as tp hold  the cups. Pick directly .-into the  shipping ctip and never transfer  from one receptacle to  another any  Gibson-Barrett  A very pretty wedding was .solemnized in Christ' church' on Thursday  morning," when E. E. Gibson and Miss  Teressa Btirrett were united in marriage, Rev. Mr. .Havrrmn performing  the ceremony.  Mr. Gibson is a prominent young  eleotrici-ui. being Boundary manager  for the West Kootenay Power _j  Light companv.     He has  been  a resi.-  t'o the men of British Columbia for the reason that he 'lias  perverted the resources of this;' ,, , ,  ��������� _    ���������r        _   ,  *���������������������������      ��������� .   r* _.���������.,   ���������   , ��������� ! Save your Hair!   Get a 25 cent bottle  province.      Oneof the   largest) ���������i'Danderine right now-Also  speculators in the FortFraserj ��������� ' ' '     st������Ps itching scalp,  district is the .Dominion Stock!  & Bond Corporation, and Price  EJlison is one of the  leading  men, the  former  minister  bind i  of  this  pro.vince. , :They  are holding the choicest land  in the district-.and!��������� they're  offering it at $-10 an acre, land  ten miles back from the railroad. The McBride government has connived at and  assisted the greatest frauds  ever perpetrated on' the face  of the earth."  ������������������Thia; brittle.- colorless ,and scraggy  hair, is mute evidence of a neglected  scalp; of dandruff���������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 roofr.  to shrink, loosen, and die���������then thv  h'a'irfalls out fast. A little DanciRvi-r  tonight���������now���������any time���������will s- ��������� i  save .your hair.  Get a -25 cent bottle of Knowlton's  Danderine from any drug storeT You  surely can have beautiful hair and lots  of it if you will just try a little Danderine.     Save   your ' hair!    Try ' it!  John Wanamaker says in Judicious  Advertising:      "Advertising    doesn't  jerk; it pulls.     Ic'begins,' very-"gently  dent of the city for  about   ten   year<,  at first, bub the pull is steady.    It in-  and has a host of friends here The  bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Miles Barrett, ��������� Mr. Barrett having  been general foreman at the Granby  smelter ever since the plant started  operating. She is very popular, with  the young people of the city. The  many friends of the young couple extend, congratul ation s.-  Mr. and Mrs. Gibson left on an  extended wedding tour immediate!}'  after the ceremony. On their return,  they will make their hame in this city  METEOROLOGICAL  creases day by day and year   by year,  until it exerts an irresistible .power."  Football Schedule  May 1���������Grand Forks at Mother'Lode  10���������Mother Lode  at Greenwood  13���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.. '  ���������   17���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  20���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  27��������� Mother Lode at Grand Forks  June?���������Greenwood at Mother  Lode.  11���������Grand Forks   at- Greenwood.  14���������Mother Lode at Phoenix.  21���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  24���������Greenwood at Grand Forks.  28���������Phoenix at Mother Lode.  INTHERACE FOR BUSINESS  'The gentleman on the tortoise  represents the man who does not  ndycrtise���������the one who tries to do  business as it was done in the days  of the tallow candle or the oil lamp.  Are you in the glare of the electric light���������in the automobile of  Modern Methods?  Our Want Ads. are high voltage  batteries, whether you want light  or  power���������business  publicity  or A J  competent help *���������  ,The- following' is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Mia.' Max.  June' 5���������Friday....'  41 55.  b���������Saturday   ....  43 57  ���������   7���������Sundiy,  38 58  8���������Monday  44 65  ���������������������������    9���������Tuesday  43 66  _0���������Wednesday.. 50 "    68  11--Thursday;';:.: 43 77  -���������    - ���������        ������������������������������������������������������     " ���������" inches  Rainfall...." ;.'..'.:.....'....'.'.'..'. 0.57  BritishiCoiumbia paid duty, and  inspection charges amounting to  aiore than $8'6;000 on apples,- pears  and peaches alone during the year  1913-, according ; to ''statistics.'compiled by .Feuit Inspector Clarke, of  Vancouver. : The apple . duty am:  inspection charges came to ������49.600  last year; the figure for peaches was  $29,408.70, and for pears 88,171.25  ;A total: of 309,676 boxes of apples  were imported, 35,575 boxes of  pears,'41,375 boxes of plums, and  7,'68S boxes of prunes, besides 38.-  180 boxes of peaches and'31, loS  boxes of apricots. Vancouver alone  consumed... 99 carloads of peaches  last ye,ar. ";  ��������� Born���������In.Grand Forks,: on  June  6, to Mr.' and Mrs. C.   B.'  Peterson  a son.- '���������-���������������������������  SECOND STREET, NEAR 13RIDGE,  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,'  Highest market price paid for live: stock.  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  ' Mr. John Oliver has a plain,  blunt way, forceful and eloquent,[ when he speaks on  public questions. At a Van  couver' meeting recently he  said:    "The name of McBride  A new Watch by a firm established 45 years. Masters Radiant watch is an ordinary watch  with the hands and fieures enamelled with radium which ninl.-cs  them luminous,andtheyshow the  time clearly in the dark. It is a  day and NIGHT watch, in fact  the d.-irker the night the brlclitrr  the hands and figures. With this  watch-hung up in your bedroom  you can see the time any pa< t of  the night. It is a speciality for  those who prefer a watch differ-  raspderries that are to  be" shipped. ' will come to be a hissing word "���������"���������"���������  ent to any other. Masters' Ku  diant watch is a genuine timekeeper, fully warranted and lit-  ted with their famous Veracitv  lever mov, inent and Solid Silver  Cases, price 50'-(i2 dollars),fnr  to any part of the vorid. ori"'  our special foreign irrins. half-  cash, "*BI- withorderanrl 25/ cu  delivery. Order one of thesewwi.  dei-'ful 50/-KadiantVy.-itclies imw.  Solid Gold Derni-tfui.iing Wain*!.  ther bargain is Masters' Solid Gold  emi-Hunting Watch, a splendid yw  uction, trice omy 90/-, or 45 - wiih  der, and 4-5/  on delivery.    Spccnl  attention is given to fori inn orders  fiplj Watches, Kings, Jeweller i. Cur-  Plate, Gramophonei, Bouts. Cluthhy.  CATALOGUE xvill be sent free a>���������t  post paid to any address in the world  Radiant Watches ������7 10s. e,������mim  MASTERS, Ltd., RYr, Eif.  If r.lic Cush on Delivery Syntoin is In tine in your country, then you need onlv -.������������������',d  IU|- for either watJh yon select, and pay Imlnucc when you receive  tho willed.  MASTERS.  LTD.. RYE,  ENG.  m  Bk   ���������umwMja THE   SUN.   GitA&D   FORKS,   B, C.  !  POINTED PARAGRAPHS  Amateur concerts are probably all right in their way, biit  the troiiole is tliere is so many people who are unable to appreciate music of that kind,  If you recommend a man for a position and he acts badly  it is doughnuts to ru&ge that you will be blamed for it all the  rest of your days.  If a woman still laughs at her husband's jokes five years  after the wedding bells have jingled, the divorce lawyers get  ��������� discouraged.   '  And many a man who imagined himself necessary to the  world's progress has been interred in a pine box without  trimmings.  " As a rule, the money a man doesn't save by remaining a  bachelor would be more than enough to support a wife and  ten children.  Some woman haters are  floorwalkers in department  stores.  Hard facts in the shape   of  silverjdollars are always ap  predated.  Many a man carries a mortgage because he is unable to  lift it.  Success may not depend so much upon what you do yourself as upon what you can jolly others into doing for you.  But the man  who restricts his joy riding to street cars  ������������������' doesn't have to worry about punctures.  ������������������������������������ ������  Love is considered the ruling passion/but occasionally the  almightly dollar administers a terrific jolt.  It's  all right to decorate an old house with paint, but a  cynical old face���������well, that's different.  If a young man has money to burn any number of anxious  mothers try to hand him a match.  Misfortune is no. respector of person���������and" neither is   fortune for the matter of that.  Love is blind, so what's the  use of wasting gas en it?  Fickleness is what makes  some girls interesting,  The man who lacks push is  willing to take things as they  come.  Most of us can see a sorrow  twice as far as a blessing.  Spme folks get what they  want by pretending not to  want it.  Society weddings come under the head of fashionable  ties.  He who marries a widow need not hope to  be. called  the  best man that ever lived..  Of course, ybii have heard of a woman who  was "speechless with rage," but did you ever see one?  The girl who is always trying to attract attention  usually  , attracts the wrong kind.  A man usually makes an  exhibition  of himself when he  starts out to show people.  The nicer the things one, woman says about another, the  more she doesn't mean them.  An ugly girl isn't to blame for Her looks, but  people  may  notice it just the same.  Ambition seldom gets beyond the ageaf indiscretion, proving that it is a sad world.  If a 200 pound woman says she is in the 150 class, let her  have her own way.  Most people have good memories���������except in regard to the  favors done them.  ���������Some women are born  shapely and some others employ expert dressmakers.  Many a woman acts rather  stiffly after her first tango s-  son.  Be frugal of your common  sense; i it will some day be  above par.  Note carefully the man who  owns a soft, persuasive voice.  A tennis player says divorces are the finals in the  doubles.  An easy way   to   borrow  trouble is to lend money.  The devil's mistake would not affect  the work you get. We have reliable  men to handle the printing you send  us. We do the work well, and when  it is delivered you'll, say it's as it  shonld be Every order is delivered  promptly. Every price is a fair one  The Sun Print Shop.  THE  Advocates of universal peace are not necessarily, opposed  to marriage.  Prepared chalk covers a mulitude of skins.  "Built to Last"  Without a doubt, one of the strongest  bicycles ever built.  Thousands in use to-day, that have  been running ten.to twenty years.  And still giving the utmost satisfaction.  The 3-piece "C.C.M." Hanger adds  the finishing touch of perfection to  this famous wheel  Gall and examine the latest "Clevelands "at  Headquarter*  far  High-Grade  Sumltitt   '  J,   <_7WQOYBOERj>  Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer.  M������������B������40  ������P  Opened  Shoes  made   to order  Rppairing   a specialty  Ng   exorbitant  prices  Your patronage solicited  A. BAUMGARTNER  HENNIGER'S HEW  BUILDING  BRIDGE STREET  London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders  throughout  the  world  to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and Its  suburbs, the directory contaius lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial  and Foreign Markets they supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, "etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of the United Kingdom. ,  A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, oii. receipt of Po������tal  Order for S5.  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  their trade cardx for $5, orlarger advertisements from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  '25, Abchurch Lane, London,   E.C  Swimming Against  ==the Stream =====  Is like trying to do a successful  business without advertising.  And it Is not expensive to gain  desirable publicity by the use of  printers' ink., Our Classified  Went Ada. cost little land arc  reed by nearly everyone.  . Try them as e system tonlo  far your business.  ���������*  ������      <  ���������  sin  is  ews  ERCHANTSaiid others  who 'use the advertising columns of Thk  Grand Forks Sun no loriger  regard their expenditures in  the light. of expense, but of  investment. ^  fOW that advertising is  being, purged of exaggeration . and untruth; the reading public,  especially that large circle, of  ������un readers who receive tKe  paper at their homes or carefully carry it home with them  each week, take as much in:  terest in -the advertisements  as they do in the news.  SN  fi  V.  i  i THE   SUA, , GRAND, FORKS  The Calgary OiS Boom  .    i  ���������/' At the beginning pfi,the  week  the  .Victoria Golonis'tJ toot a' very sound?  standyon the  siSbiect  of ^the-Calgarv '  oil boom. -It is possible that "the  8a  lutary.   warning   which   it published  tnay fall upon deaf ears, for in the ex  oitement of a boom of any  kind, even  [real' estate, still   more   of oil, people  lose their heads.    But for   this   there  would   have  been no South Sea Bubble,    the precursor  of   thousands   of  fatuous   speculations.    At  the  same  'time  it  is   none  the less the duty of  the public press to utter that warning  and to tell the public the facts.    The  Colonist has wisely-closed its columns  to   irresponsible? aclyertis ni;,' 'and' it  -.would be a boorV'at  the"present  mo-  'nient if the legislation' now 'projected  has   not  demonstrated   an important  commercial-1 field.' ''."   . ' ."    At 'the  no  ���������at Ottawa we're actually oh ���������the,",'sta  tute books, sb'ithaV^adveVtisei,V'c,>uld  ;be made responsible'1 fdr'tneir'sfc'at'e'  ���������meats A genuih1e'bb1.orii' based'1 'on1 ��������� ar  solid foundation;'while'-i't' "day5''hiive  objectionable" features due to':the im'  ���������pulsiveness and inconsistency of human   nature, may also do much  .best oil prospecting is speulative; n<  one sK"oulditin,vWfc''monev!'iri'" 'oil' pros-  [petting ;if:.:'*lie ^cannot afford .to lose,5  . . '. 'The.development or ,'a commercial field wou'ld"be invaliiableto the"  country, but this end is to be obtained  only by sane,common sense, intelligent  work. Reckless gambling on the oil  prospects of the northwest may give  legitimate prospecting a set-back that  it may take a generation to overcome."  This is the opinion of a man of the'  highest scientific and pratical attain-"  mehts, who spent many years of his'  life in geological field work in British'  Columbia -and   Alberta   for the Do-  minion1 government'.1'' 'He is a   man of  '���������'?'������. ��������� ������������������.'   " '' -f '������������������ ���������lj   *".     , -i  the highest integrity  and   of   proved  capacity, and'   when   he   says that a  The Sun "is  the  best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  ROBINS  I      i B  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  ,i i-ii  WOOD     AND,     ICE  good  i r'' 1  commercial oil field has'not yet beeri  .demonstrated" 'tlie'statement may be  accepted in tho fullest sense. This is  no't^tb1 say thut'the' evidences of oil  already-found :ih the,Calgary district  are h'otof i the : most' promising char]  acter, nor is it to suggest   ihat    the'y,  of  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PHONF 64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  i-^  com-;  The'  in stirring up'thirigs and in' 'advertis.'  ing the resources'df'a: co'uritry.-. * If itf  lacks that solid'foundation; it will're-'  act and the last/end'of* 't'liaf' coun'try'  jwill   be   worse''-than the-first?.- '"Now."  1   V r       si.-,,*. .  ,what is the truth   about ih'e- 'Calgary'  'boom?    The.besfc'way'td 'ahrfweP'tlfe  lquestion   is'^to "quote" the Tiigest'arid!  ,'most~competent'authority.'' 'That ''a'u'-'  th irity, it   is  needless   to say, is not  Cunningham Craig, whose   name   has  been" so   wide exploited in this con  n������ ciion, and whom noboily knows, but  R.-W. Brock,    formerly   head  of the  galogical department at  Ottawa, and  .'now deputy minister  of  mines.    Mr.  'Brock in an official manifesto states:  f'   "At a depth of 2700 feet oil    was  Vtruck thatjquickly rose to a height of  from 2000 to 2200 feet in   the   well.  v"   .    C" There may perhaps be a  no  table quantity of.this'oil'-'butfthishas"  vet   tbl< be ���������demonstrated, andlf.the;al"  ..'   mo8tTuniversal nis'tory.'.or - the'-other'  -fields has been that these   white   oils  are'ratHer'lirnited'ih '"quanity" The     ' Don't attempt to take advantage of  strike  therefore is. encouraging,, but a mule; he is apt to get back  at  you.  will not lead to the discovery  mercial j" oit': it ^greater,' depth  'Week������has eydry 'confidence that this  will' De! th'e cajse/ a'nd in' this opinion  ils' 'siislainba %y the'reports of eminent  'geoiogists,'tiut t'he poiiVt'' worth makf  ing" is.tha't'ac present the development  df'tliis greatbil'field'is still in an   ele';  '". i-ff'  ..ft/'  i~~'Ji' '���������  i*"t-i'i'    ���������    ��������� '"i  meutary,stage, and;'wnue it is a sound  investment���������' atl bed rock   prices, it is  the most feckless gamble at such   exorbitant figures as are beiug asked for  some stocks.    The investor should not  allow himself to be  rushed   into   purchasing   stock   at   fabulous     prices:  There is no fear that he   will   be  left  out   in   the  cold,  because his money  will   be   wanted   before   this field is  fully developed, and he will yet   have  many opportnnities to make a  sound  investment->/hen the present  period  of inflation Vub'sides into one'of steady,  businesslike    'development.-^- Victoria  SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  .Buy  lour  Gait (3  .''II       \V: I   I  oai"' %  Off,  Officb'!  F. Downey's Cigar Store.,  Tblkphonks; l!j   '���������"'  ���������"   ������������������'< '  '  ,   Offu:k, Kfi6  . . CfpQt CtrPPt  " Hansen's'Residence. R38 lUOIiOHCCI.  BLACK  Fill she Egg Basket  faster than :any other  variety. "  EGGS FOR. HATCHING������  S3.00   per. Setting   of 13  O  When Buying  <zA Bab3T  Carriage  Why Not Buy Q  The Best ���������  Rhode Island Reds  Eggs for Hatching;  S2.00 per Setting of 13  Two 1-year-old Rhode  Island'Red', prize win-,  ning   cocks   for   sale.'  Jotm T. Lawrence  Grand Forts, B. G.  O  We have a large assortment of the  best  makes, chosen for Quality and  Comfort.  The|Comfort of baby is essential if he is to  be  the healthy,  happy child' you wish.  Call and inspect our line of these goods.  PRICES   TO   SUIT   EVERY   ONE.  MILLER^GARDNER  Hardware  "3fe Home Furnishers  Crocker y~.  We Carry a Large  Assortment of  Which are Strictly Fresh. Do not put off your seeding until  too late. We have all kinds of medicines and tonics for  horses anp stock. If vour horse is not feeling: just right call  and see us.    Tj you are thinking of building get  our prices on  LIME, CEMENT AND ,  Have you tried (<Our Best" Flour?  $1.75 per 50 lbs, $3.50per 100 lbs.  GRAN������ FORKS  FEED C& PRODUCE COMPANY  Special Discounts for Cash.  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH...&.' McClTCHEOM  WINNIPEG AVBNDE -'���������<'      '  S,im Prin���������t Shop  HighGrade stock is essential  to,Printing of Quality, -as is  also new, clean - cut type  faces, but both are of little  value if the work is not done  by., a,,,map,. wfrQ���������kj\o,ws how,  ��������� the three factors com-  bined producing that quality  ��������� of printing which receives  the approval'of[the.customer,  Our stock is the best that  ��������� ���������>    " > -    ��������� r. *,  money and experience can  procure, and in flat papers  contains many lines of white  wove, bond and linen finish  papers f^takh fox producing  letterheads, memos, circulars, .. blank forms and all  kindsxgf business stationary  of the highest quality'.  Several rnew ,series  of the  latest type faces have recently, been added to our plant,  which give a great variety'.  of   type   styles   to   choose  from  to meet the  requirements of our customers.  Our work is done in our own  office and is under the super-,  vision of a man engaged in  the\printinjs,ib.usine^ss, for the ,  past twenty,, yejujs, twelve  of which have been devoted  to the requirement of the  printing purchasers-of this  city and surrounding district  If you have not already  favored us with an order,for  Printing of Quality, better  let us submit samples and  quote prices on that office  stationery you will shortly  be requiring.  / ������������������  Q  j  miimw,utm J"r  4 S  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  OF TIE CITY  Tracklaying.'ori,. the new C.P.R.  cut:of! to the /Granby smelter was  completed last Monday. .'    .'  Mrs. C.   C.   Heaven returned  Monday. from   an  with friends ��������� and -relatives  east,  on  extended    visit  ���������'i  in   the  Members of Grand Forks������������������ Lodge  TSTo.'30, K. of P., and Pythian Sisters are requested to meet at Davis'  hall at 2.30 p.m. Sunday,when public memorial services  will be  held,  the members of the lodges afterward  marching in a body to the cemetery,  where the graves of departed brothers and sisters will be decorated.  , .The Grand Forks football club  will give'1 a"-smoker in the opera  house on Tuesday, the 23rd inst. A  good, program is 'being arranged.  The local team has, won every match  iu the league in which'the members  have participated and jthey are entitled to a bumper .house.  The.annual dance of  the Grand  Forks baseball club will  be held  in  the   opera   house   on  Wednesday,  ���������June 17.    Werner's four-piece   or  chestra will furnish the music,  while the refreshments will be supplied by the Ladies of the Macca-  bees.        \   . '  , Mr. 'and .Mrs. C. A. Coughlari;  mourn the loss of - their week-old  son, who died on Tuesday afternoon. The funeral was held on  Wednesday afternoon.',' Their numerous friends and acquaintances tender them their sympathies.  eater Hoard Next Time  Tt will save all ��������� the muss and litter of Lath,'Plaster and  Wall Paper. It permits more beautiful interior designing  in the most modern style. It never cracks or deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER. BOARQ ZwAn  Beaver Board is very quickly and easily put up; makes a  house warmer in winter, cooler in summer; is painted, doing  away with unsanitary wall paper, and has many other advantages.   Let us show you samples and tell you all about it.  MANLY'S HARDWARE  The  ���������BRIGHTEN-DP"  Store  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened'a-harness   shop  at my  old  stand on Bridge street, and will manufacture  and  do all kinds  of  harness repairing. All  New Harness  work guaranteed.  Your patronage is solicited.  r\i  Here We Are !  Your Six Friends,  We  Robin Hood Family"  Robin Hood Flour  Oats  Porridge Oats  Ferina  Graham  Whole Wheat  K  <<  Let Us Lighten  Your Household Duties  For Sale b^  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear   f  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  c/411 Its Branches  Boundary* Trust ^  Investment Co., Ltd.  Established 1901  First Street  ! Mr. arid Mrs., Logan, of Calgary,.  Alta., arrived in Grand Forks on  Wednesday, and have purchased  from Mr. Lemaster the 40,acres adjoining A. Schnitter's. property,  south of the city.  The motorcycle on exhibition in  J. F. Kraus' window will be raffled  on Saturday evening _- at -8 o'clock.  AH parties holding tickets a:re requested to be present.  V;i'  The uniforms for the local military company of sharpshooters arrived in .the city this week, and they  are now being altered to fit snugly  the respective members.  Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodland  and Master_ Harold left' yesterday  oh, an extended visit' to points in  eastern Canada and the United  States.  Joe Gelinas, of Franklin, who has  been in the city for the past week  for medical treatment, returned up  the river on Wednesday.  a new line of Summer Shirts for the hot  weather.', They are specially designed to  give the fit, and manufactured to give the  wear. Strict attention and care has been  given to the choice of fabric and patterns  from the* stocks of manufacturers who  make   a, special    study   of   shirt-mak-  ANEW FEATURE Sris  sible Cuff," which, -together with the extra  bracing to the buttonholes, adds considerable to the wear of the shirt. During  this present "money stringency" the.  prices are made to conform to the times.  Your cash has more purchasing power in  a CASH 4 STORE than anywhere - else.  Let us show you. '    <  J. Paterson, agent at the union  depot, moved ��������� into, his handsome  new residencf near the public school  on Thursday.  Gateway Lodge ;No. 45, I. O.O. F.,  will hold its.annual excursion-to  Christina lake on Dominion day.  Mr. and Mrs. Geirge- Smith and  family left on Tuesday for , Vancouver, where they will reside.  Mrs. James H. Ryley, of Queens  Bay, visited her husband in this  citv this week.  H. H. Spinks returned on Mori-  day from a month's vacation trip  to the coast cities.  Geo. Hansen, who has been seriously ill at bis ranch, near Gilpin, is  recovering.  J. W. Graham left on Wednesday  for Franklin camp to work on his  claims.  Take your repairs to Annson, shoe  repairer. The Hub. Look for the  Big Boot.  For Sale���������33 Winchester  repeater;  take-down.  Apply this office  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 to  1300 lbs.; one matched sorrel team.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks,B.C.  The Sun only costs 81 a year,  prints all the news'.  It  J. A. McDonald, an old timer of  the city, left this week for Hains,  Alaska.  Al. Traunweiser, proprietor of the  Hotel Yale, visited Nelson last Saturday.-  James McArdle and:son Kenneth  visited Greenwood on Wednesday,  R G. Ritchie, the Cascade   merchant, vifited our city yesterday.    ,  Charles    Sandner,   of    Christina  lake, was in the city on Tuesday.  Dr. Guy made a professional visit  to Greenwood this week.  A better poeition for you. We  teach by practical experience Automobile driving and repairing. Jordan Auto Academy, 1225 W.  Sprague, Spokane, Wn.  As a man thinketh, so he   may  but as he sayeth, he seldom is.  be;  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OB DYSPEPSIA  "Pape's Dlapepsln" makes Sick, Sour,  Gassy Stomachs surely feci fine  in five minutes.  Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C. Peckham,  Second hand Store.  IT WILL MAKE YOU HAPP?  J.  Mrs. C. B. Peterson is   recovering  from a serious illness.  GIVE "SYEUP OF FIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, liver  and bowels.  , If what you just ate is souring on  your stomach or lies like a lump of  lead, refusing to digest, or you belch  gas and eructate sour, undigested  food, or have a feeling of dizziness,  heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad'taste  ���������In mouth and stomach-headache, you  can get blessed relief in five minutes.  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 tho auickest, surest stomach doctor   in   the   world.     It's   wonderful.  No need having piles any longer!  No need of suffering another day!  Steam's Pile Remedy (complete with  tube) will help you or IT COSTS YOU  NOT   ONE  CENT.  This remedy is a combination of the  lately discovered, high-priced Adrenalin Chloride with other powerful curative principles, and IT STOPS THE  PILE PAIN  IN ONE MINUTE!  So sure are we that Stearn!s Pile  Remedy will benefit you that we will  REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are  not satisfied.  >This is the only pile remedy that  we can guarantee and we know you  v/ili thank us for telling you about it.  We have the exclusive agency.  ,  WOODLAND &  QUINN.  Look at the tongue, mother! /If  coated, your little one's stomach, liver  and bowels need cleansing, at once.  When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  sleep, oat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has  sore throat, diarrhcea, full of cold, give  a. tcaspoonful of "California Syrup of  Figs," and in a few'hours all the foul,  constipated war'te, undigested food  and sour bile gonfly moves out of its  little'bowels'without griping, and you  have a well, playful child again. Ask  your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of  "California Syrup of Figs," which contains full Jirections for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups.  A SPECIALIST WHO CURES  Many so-called specialists make  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures. My record of  16 years' experience in this treat  ment of all chronic, nervous, and  special ailments of men is sufficient  proof of my ability to affect a cure,  when a cuae is possible.  No man can afford to consult  any but the best in regard to his  physieal welfare. Life and hap  piness depend on good health. I  have cured thousands of men and  I can cure you, if your case is  curable.  MY OFFER! Absolutely free expert medical examination and consultation. Absolute guarantee of complete cure of every case I undertake, and moderate price.    Call on or write for booklet to  DR. KELIEY 210 Howard Street, Spokane  ,���������������.������  Al  1  ���������*������������������;/  K1  V 1  1  EI  ','H  t *  ^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M  mbbuR  SBMWfiUUlS^^  wmt,

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