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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Mar 30, 1917

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 .It'  (l ^   legislative library   ,    ' '<]  '      t       ^  /  ^  >\,  ���������J*  Kettle Valley Orchardist  t -  -1  ii ��������� ���������, ���������  SIXTEENTH YEAR���������No,  22  "GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 30,-1917  v  $1.00' PER YEAR  DELEGATETO GOH-  RENCEREPORTS  ' s -  City Council^ Recommmends  ���������-ThatWar.-KBliefAct'Be' '  ,   Amended  .p  Mayor Acres and Aid. Harkn*ss,  McArdle,. Schnitter, Sheads and  Webster were present at-the regular  mee'ingof the city council on Won-  day evening. -,  A communication from the Toronto SiDgle Tax association dealing  with the- subject of cultivation of  vacant land was ordered filed.  A communication   from the cor-'  poration   of  North  Vancouver, enclosing a resolution  asking  the   attorney genera^ to amend the' war relief act so as to extend the time for  its  operation   at   least six months  -   after the end of the war and making  >���������    ^ it compulsory for soldiers or the dependents of soldiers whose taxes have  .^"V-4 become delinquent to notify the col-  -��������� -..lector before s.uch taxes have been  advertised   that   the     property  is  owned by ars'qhiier-or a soldier's dependent, ,waff;$ead' by the clerk'ahd  ".acted  !upon .'by} the, council. ;.The  - -" ' resolution "was' endorsed   and   the  clerk   was   instructed   to forward a  ;*f.similaV.^es6lufcio'n^io-th'e^attbrne^  ; '-''*-v!A.Ii---communication -\ from "tbe  ^<V agricultural- department" was- re-  "4- -ferred to the parks committee. ���������   ,  The city  health officer reported  that Mary Skrebneff had been taken  to the   Grand Forks hospital, and  ��������� thatshe would rave to undergo an  operation for appendicitis.  Health Officer Kingston urged the  necessity of tbe city establishing an  isolation hospital. Referred to the  health and relief committee, wilb in  structions to report at the next  meeting.  Tne chairman of the board of  works reported that the work of repairing the Yale bridge was now in  progress] that. the Fourth street  . bridge would require a new deck  during the summer; that ''Father  .. Pellitier had asked for a sidewalk  from the Catholic church to Stanley  Davis' house, hnd that the building  bylaw was being violated by certain  parties in regard to repair  work. On motion of Aid. Webster  and WcArdle, the council ordered  the building bylaw .enforced, and  the board was authorized to repair  the Fourth street bridge.  The chairman of tbe   health   and  relief committee reported that a city  "charge had   been admitted   to the  Grahd( Foaks hospital. -  The city, clerk was instructed to  obtain from the provincial secreiary.  the law respecting charges, for city  pitients at hospitals..  Aid. Harkness reported  that the  sidewalk in front of the B.   C  Telephone company's building   was in a  bad. condition  owing to the recent  -excavation   under   it   for a   water  .     ?maiu.    He 'also stated that the residents of   Joyce  avenue  desired to  'have that street surveyed.   ���������*.-.  Mayor Acres reported that the  police commissioners-had recommended that the dog taxes remain  the same as last year. T,he report  was 'adopted.  Mayor Acres reported on- his trip  to Victoria to attend the iritevpro  vincial highway conference. He left  on Wednesday,- and on arrival at  the coast joined the delegates from  the Vancouver" Automobile club.  D llegates )were present from all the  southern British ' Columbia towns.  All the chosen spokesmen 6poke to  good'purpose, and he* considered  that it had been a most successful  meeting. ' The government was enthusiastic over the road, and favored the southern routed   In  fact,   be  t  had been assured that this route  would be selected, and if the money  was- available-tbe Hope-Princeton  link would be built this year. The  mayor stated that there was a dearth  of views of this district afthe coast,  and h'e urged people- having good  photos of scenes here to Bend them  to the Vancouver Automobile club  or to the industrial commissioner, as  the people of the coast cities were  eager to gain more facts concerning  the interior of the province. The  tourist automobile traffic of British  Columbia, he said, amounted $26,-  000,000..yearly.* Of this amount  this city at 'present got practically  nothing owing to the lack of highways. The conference had been  most satisfactory, and " he thought  the representation sent to the coast  from this district would mean a  great denl tou Grand Forks in the  future.  On motion, of Ald.^ Sheads, the  mayor's report was accepted; ancT  the clerk was.instructed" to write; to  the; Vancouver AutomJobile\club,>and-  the industrial'comofissioner convey/  ing to them the thanks of jthe c'oun /  cil for the^ourtesieslhown the'dele*  gate'from this - district Vat/- the con';  ference.'  Local Member Desires Pow-  ers of Engineer Changed.  Diamond drilling  TE FALL OF THE  TURKISH EMPiR!  Lecture, on European  War.  " "in the LighTof Bible  - ^ Prophecy  Tuesday ev'ening\Evangelist C. E.  Wood pelivered the first of a series  of-lectures upon the "European  Wa'r in the Light of Bible Prophecy." A lively interest was manifested as the lecturer explained that  the "king of- the north" spoken of  in the closing verses of the eleventh  chapter of Daniel referred,-to the  Turkish empire. In ' proof of this  statement he referred to the Mirst  verses of the chapter, "where," the  speaker declared, "the kingdom of  Alexander the Great was spoken of  as ultimately resolving itself, into  two parts, "the kingdom of the  north" and."the kingdom of the  south." "This," declared the lecturer, "gives us an understanding-of  the latter part of this wonderful prophecy, for the territories of. these  two'kingdoms remained the territory  of the"kingdom of the north.and of  the kingdom of .tbe.8outb>to",tbe* end  of "th\prophecy.~ TbV TurkjsK' k'ing-  -dom ?wh ich fJaaVjcico u pieJUSf hi a :'i e rri '���������  tory forJ50'"-iyear8 - is' the reforest he  'kingvoTJtbe north'!-s^okep'.pf-'ih  the'  propheey.'!-.^-'^;^;^* '      -   '--"  X-t^notner interesting'"prophecy> iu  the ninth*chapter of Revelation was  referred < to, "which,"   the  speaker  said, "presented tbe rise and spread  of   the . Mof ammedan    power.    A  definite   period   of five months, or  150 days, was alotted to this "king  dom, in which it wap to have power  ciated in this same prophecy with  the coming of Christ and the resurrection."   #  In the Wednesday night lecture  the speaker referred to the preparedness program of the United States  as being a commonsense recognition  by President Wilson of the fact that  peace theories are out of joint with  world facts. The disappointment  of advocates of peace was explained  by reference to Scriptures, which  declare that in the last days many  people would be predicting peace at  a time when the cloud of war would  suddenly burst upon the world.  "The present European war," the  speaker declared, "is not the battle  of Armageddon spoken of in Scripture," aud proceeded to show that  this last world battle will be fought  in Palestine, and one in which the  "kings of the eastand of the whole  world" would have an interest.  These lectures are creating quite  an interest in Bible prophecies, and  it is quite evident that the purpose  of the evangelist is to arouse Grand  Forks to a realization of its spiritual  need. - .  A telegram to The Sun from Victoria today states that J. E. Thompson, member for Grand Forks dis  trict and chairman of the bouse  mining committee, will introduce  amendments to the mining bill  which will change the powers of tbe  engineer and provide for diamond  drilling without bonus.        '  mis m cm  [1  At the examination  for assistant  forest ranger, held by the lands  de  partmenf .in the court house today,  five applicants took the test.  A telegram was received in the  city from Victoria last Saturday  stating that J. A. McCallum had  been appointed road foreman for  Grand Forks riding.  ���������'Seventh-Day -Adventism: Its  Hiseory, Objects and Methods," will  be the subject of the evening address at the iMethodist church on  Sunday. Morning sermon and children's address at 11 a.m. Hev. J. D.  Hobden will preach at both services.  to   harrass   or "hnrt   men" (verse  10).    Ez.'4:6   was   referred   to> to  show that in Bible   prophecy   each  day stands for one  year.    This was  to   be   followed by a   period of an  hour, a day, a month, and  a   year,  in which, the Turkish kingdom   was  to   have   supremacy.    This period,  b'y the same  prophetic  rule, would  be 391 yearaand 15  dayB.    To obtain a starting point   for .these .remarkable periods,   the  lecturer   referred" to the statement   ofthe   historian Gibbon in his   "Decline   and  Fall   of   the Roman Empire."    "It  was on the 27th day of July   in the  year 1299 of the Christian era ,that  Othman I invaded tbe  territory  of  Nicomedia; and the singular  accuracy   of  tbe   date seems to disclose  some foresight of the japid and destructive growth   of   the  monbter"  (chap. 64, par. 14).  A noted   Bible  student in 1838, figuring from  this  remarkable date, had  published iu  the United.States press  the prediction that the Turkish empire would  lose its indepence on tbe   11th  day  of August,    1840.     Infidel     clubs  watched with intense interest to see  if the prediction would be  fuffilled.  Oa that very date the indpendence-  of   the. Turkish   power passed into  the hands of England, Ruesia, Austria and Pruesia.    Turkey,  according to Daniel's prophecy, will move  her capital fjom  Constantinople  to  Jerusalem;   and   while   we can not  know concerning the   day and hour  of   the close  of the earth's history,  this signilicaiil .novo," the evangel-,  ist declared, "is   very   cliwly   a.������������o-  IE COMPLETION  OF HIGHWAY  Delegates From the Interior  ;" Have'a Conference WW'  i~'l'      .Government  Victoria, March 27.���������That the  government was in no position at  present to guarantee that it would  complete the Hope Princeton highway as requested by a delegation  which waited upon the provincial  executive council, was the announce  ment made by Premier Brewstfr  after hearing the views advanced by  the delegation. The premier pointed  to the fact that the government was  in the position of having to make a  possible revenue of six and a half  millions to meet outlays that require  nearly eleven millions. The best be  could promise was that the work  would be undertaken as soon as possible, though he thought that perhaps it could he arranged "so that  some portions could be undertaken  at once.  The delegation which   urged   the  comepletion of the twenty-one. mile  section between Hope and Princeton  was composed of  Nicol Thompson,  Vancouver   board of trade;  Messrs.  C.   F.   Bellschweiler   and   H.   VV.  White, Vancouver. Automobile club;  Mayor W.Gray, New Westminster;  Mayor Todd, Victoria;  Capt. Troup  and C. H. Harris, Vancouver Island  Automobile   association; Messrs. F.  W. Gregory, E. J. Waterman andC.  Williardson, Princeton; W. Clayton,  Penticton and Peachland; Mayor G.  H. Acres, Graud   Forks and  Pboe  nix; Dr. K. C. MacDonald, M.P.P.,  Vernon; "W.  D.   Willson,   MP.P.  Rossland.    L.   W.   Shatford,   Conservative member for Similkameeu,  introduced the deputation.  Various speakers pointed to the  fact that while the twenty-six miles  of the .constructed highway sectio n  In tween Hope and Princeton had  erst SI 77,0UU, it waa quite likely  11., it llv: i>.<. i.uiw of twenty one milee  I Cnnrl".(Icl a a I'i'iji .'/. )  T  Public School Pupils" Will  Cultivate Land for' Pa-'  triotic Purposes  The following boys of the six  higher divisions of the public'school  have volunteered their assistance in  cultivating a crop on the unused  portion of the school garden. This  is for patriotic purposes, and the  fund thus coilectpd by the education  department from the public schools  of the province will be known as  the "Patriotism and4 Production -  Fund," since the money will' be obtained by creating wealth instead of  being a drain upon parents' income,  as is usual with charity.  ,  This work is purely voluntary on  the part of the pupil who from a  sense of duty gives up one hour or  less of his play time, in turn, after  school that he may do his share towards feeding the empire.  The pupils are:  Division I���������Vernon Siddell, Uvo  Wells, Robert O'Connell," Eddie Mcllwaine, Ambrose McKinnon,Abram  Mooyboer, ^Wilfred Brown, Ewing  McCallum, Hope ^Benson, Bernard  Crosby, - 'Vernon" "Smith'^'George ,"  Cooper, Garibaldi' Bro.no, Lee Ka-  sanovitch.     ���������        , "^ ,  Division II���������Peter Miller, Guner  Liudgren, Kenneth McArdle, Alfred  Downey, Howard DeCew, Ray Forrester, Denis O'Connor, Noble Padgett, George Hodgson, Harold Fair,  Teddy Cooper, Gordon Murray,  Donald Laws, Charles Bishop.  Division III���������Oswald Walker,  William Nelson, Emile 'Painton,  Randolph Davis, Walton Young, -  Ray Brown, Boyd -Nichols, Charlie  Cooper, David McDonald, Christopher Pell, Harry Kelleher, Orville  Baker, Joseph Rowlandson.  Division IV���������William Grenier,  Kenneth Campbell.James Needham,  Mark Dompier, Reginald Heaven,  Lawrence McKinnon, Clarence Donaldson, Fred Cooper, Jeff Ryan,  Peter Peterson, Llewellyn Humphreys, Harold Quinlivan, James  Pell, Roger Molt, Arthur Bryenton,  Leo Mills, Edward Skrebneff, lye  Waldron, Guner Halle, William  Skrebneif.  Division V���������-Kenneth Murray,  Hardy Griswold, John Lane, Ed-  mond Wells, Clarence Mason, Joe  Bishop, Fred Bryenton, John Peterson, James Clark, Leui John, Roy  Lockhart, Francis Crosby, Edward  Molt, Horace Green, Clare U'Ren,  Jack Miller, Frank Worden, Nick  Verzub, Herbert Heaven, Joseph  Japp, Arne Halle, Alphouse Galipeau, Ernest Green.  Division VI���������Stuart Ross, Ivan  Morrison, George Manson, Lloyd  Quinlivan, Lome Murray, Fred  Galipeau, Herbert Clark, Emerson  Reid, Harry Cooper, Bertie Scott,  Charles Andersen, Earl Fitzpatrick,  Walter Andersen, Kenneth Massie,  Wulter Rashleigh, Sylvester Kraus,  P������ter SkrebnefT, Rupert Sullivan.  Mayor Acres returned on Sunday  from Victoria, where he attended  the intcrprovinci.'i! highway conference a." the dHs'������.rat.'.! from   thi?   city.  r-y *. i&i^kAfmiAa  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  .<;  ���������������:  <iZ<  G. A.  EVANS. EDITOR A^D PUSLISHER  B2-mtmm -3\mm wan,  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES-  PAYABLE IN ADVANCE   SI 00  Ope Year (in Canada alirl Great Britain)   One Yerir (in the United States)     Address all communications to  Tun Gkand Forks Su.v,  Phonk 101 R  1.5u  Gha.nmj Forks, li. C.  on Monday next, and it is alhiost oerlain-that  it will declare that a\statc of war exists between,that country and Germany.   t '  OfJ'JCK:    COLUMWA AVENUE AND LAKE STUEKT.  FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917  More production is the mgst patriotic work  tliafc stay-at-homes can engage^in at tlie present time, .Raise bigger crop|^Yicl more live  stock. Tlie armies in the fieia$\v.ill have to  fed in order that their efficiency may'be.maintained, and the civilian population will have  to be kept from actual want.; To do this will  require the utmost effort of the.man- who cultivates the land. If the wai-" lasts through  atiolher winter, and the "British farmer succeeds in bringing the empire through the  ordeal without suffering for lack of food on  the part of the people, he will have performed  a service almost as valuable to mankind as  the soldier who fights in.the trenches.    ���������  Last week our local opposition again   fired  a double-barreled shot at  onr  police  department.    The article was oouched-.in that poetic  language   which  is  intelligible 'only ��������� to   the  'editor of the paper and a few of his most intimate friends. Thc'two columns could have be,on  boiled down   to  half a  dozen   lines  with*nit  eliminating  any   facts���������provided   the  article  contained any.facts to eliminate'.   No  specific  charges were  made, and it- niay therefore-1>h  taken for granted that the editor of the paper  has no specific charges- to make.    To an  onlooker the attack looks as if a newcomer was  endeavoring to'vent his spleen for  a'n imaginary wrong on  two or three'  old-timers   who  have really done something, to. build   up   the  community.  i ���������TT���������  The Sun, at $1.00 per year, gives its readers  three' times  more  reading matter .than  any  other -Boundary  paper.    This   fact  accounts  or the rapid increase in .our circulation.   '  In this campaign for greater production  everybody can help. And everybody should  help. The man - with a bank account may  hang back and say he doesn't care for the  rest of the world as long as he has enough to  live on. But' his bank account-may be of no  use to him. . There are people in Germany  with big bank accounts who. are actually  starving. There are people in France and  England with bis bank accounts who are suf-  fering for want of food. - If the war is prolonged and spreads to other countries, the  same conditions may prevail in Canada in another year if every effort is not strained to increase  production.  ��������� Besides being read by all the intelligent peo.-  ple of Grand Forks, The Sun goes to every  ranch home in 'the Kettle aiid North Fork  valleys.    No other  Boundary paper can  give  advertisers this guarantee  SNAP-IF TAKEN AT ONCE  . Ene'r Thos, ILoftio!)  of tho 'n'wentlot&  OWituTT Tjinuted,"  fJuw York Central  XlMoe.   Ho oarriOM a  Humlltou Watch.  EnR*r rfami-a Bailor   EnR'rLeirhO.Hmry  of "Tho Olyinplm: ot thtj "Brnndwiiy  Ilmitod.'.' Pfnn-yl-  vanln KaHro.vi.  OkiciiKo, Mlhwiukfru  iirul St. Paul  Klii I way.   II e <-������ rrU-8  ������ Ramiltoii Watch.  Humiltou Wiltch.  En^r. Wm, S.-Holr  of.th<v  ������������������Suntn FoDoTjUK, ���������  Bautn Fo Railroad.  Ho cnrrleii <i  Hamilton Wntoh.  Four Famous Trains -^ and th^  famous, Watch That Times. Thern  trThc Watch of Railroad Accuracy"  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  ���������    GRAND FORKS, B. C.  e .British- Columbia  The otber day we heard a man say that he  did not believe vacant lot gardening because  it would interferfere with the ranchers selling  their products. That was a very foolish remark. There need be" no fear of an overproduction as long as tliere is a  world-crisis.  The United States  congress will meet on  5-Room House and Two  Lots ;oii Garden St.  / Lots 100 feet by 300 feet'deep; chick-     "  .en coops, etc.   -Will  sell . cheap for  quick, sale.    Will sell for  less than   '  half what it cost owner;.-$1300if sold  soon.    Will give time if needed.,   Is  handy to school.    Garden--has  good -  soil, and enough potatoes and  vegetables can be raised for a large fami-  ly.    Would make an ideal .home  for  a smelterman.  Terms���������$200  or  $300  cash;-bal-    /  ance monthly payments of $25 or $30  For farther particulars  Call at The Sun Office  ursenes l,o.  ������f Vancouver  L,  C_y4re now- booking orders for spring, 1917,  delivery of their well-known, hardy  Fruit and  Ornamental*. Stock  Prices include packing and delivery to  cusionief's nearest station.. Write at once  for 70-page Catalogue, also artistic Rose  Catalogue, free.  We always have room for an energetic,  honest ^.salesman. t_/Lttractive proposition for the right man. '  MS OF II CITY  A party of C. P. R. -officials and  their friends arrived in the city last  night by special train, and remained  ���������here for a few hours. Those in the  party were Grant Hall, Winnipeg,  vice .president; F. W. Peters, general  superintendent of the British Columbia division; W. O. Miller;'district ��������� superintendent; Dr. E. ' W-  Montgomery, Winnipeg; A. A. Cox,  ���������F.R.I., B.A., Vancouver advisory  architect for the British Columbia  military hospitals board; Maj. J. S.  Harvey, Vancouver, officer in command of military hospitals in   Brit- . .  ��������� .   n ,      .. ,, T   q   t-t  \r.,������ar,n    former   home   >n   Annapolis,    Md  ish Columbia, and J. b. rl. Matson, .        . ,    /; . ;    .  .    -r, ..,,-, ,      t-        -\-i        oh* will visit friends in Chicosro  for  Victoria, British Columbia military . w  "'k0  I(,r  -.           ,              .   .            ,ru      rn     a short time on her-way east.  ���������'  hospitals commia������ioner.    The  oftlc-}  J  ials had a short conference with j The proprietor of the B. C. hotel  Mayor Acres and some of the alder- at Cascade was fined 850 .and costs  men. They also witnessed 'a. practi-|iD th.e police court in this city be-  cal demonstration of A.A.Frechette's fore Magistrate Cochrane on Tues '  patent cattle guard, with which day las.t for keep his bar open ^  they expressed themselves a������ highly jng prohibited hours,  pleased. j ���������   one of his hands was slightly burned  He was hastily removed to -the  Grand Forks hospital. The fact that  a portion of tbe wire he was taking  down was grounded is probably the  only thing that saved his life.  F. - E. Powell, the Australian  magician, and his company; gave a  good entertaiument at the Empress  theatee tonight to a large audience.  Mr. Powellwould make a first-class  fruit picker when there is a-light'  crop. He would assuredly be able  to bring the yield up to ahbv.e tbe  average.  Miss Myra Stewart, who has been  a resident of the city for a'number'  of   years, left on   Monday ��������� for  her  OBSERVATIONS  Sho'rt skirts are to blame,say shoe  manufacturers, for the leather shortage. Among those who refuse to  worry are the owners of the short  skirts. ������  Advertise in The Sun.  largest local circulation:.  It has the  The Sun is always a live issue  in  Grand Forks. *-"  F. J. Conyers,   lineman  Power  for   the  George W.   VVboster, treasurer  of  ���������,   t rr    . n the Granby company, arrived in the  West Kootenay   Power    company,    -t At_,     ,_ .  '        ,. .,   \      . Clly on Monday Irom Vancouver for  met   with   a   peculiar  accldenl-on'a short visit.''  Tuesday   last.     While  engaged   in, ���������  .  taking down the old telephone wirej Mrs. Frank Latham, who was op-  acouplsof miles below the city, oue. orated on last Thursday for 'appen-  end of the wire ho was handling was; dicitia, is rapidly recovortng.  blown against the high tension pow-j  _  er lino wire. The contact stunned [ Dr. Paxton, V.S., bns returned  Mr. Conyers for a few mements, and  to his borne in Kamloops.  .:.��������� A true artist talks.considerably  about art for art's sake, but what  gives him that joyous feeling; is" an  order to paint the portrait of a rich  stout lady.  The brayless mule is reported as  a product of French veterinary pro,  press. Too bad the' same operation  can't also be performed oo the human mule.  About the time a fellow gets a little bank roll some smart chap comes  along and sells him something he  doesn't need.  Even if the war does not end  soon, there aeems to-be a fair chance  that some of" tbe central powers engaged in it will,  This is such a good world to live  in that there ought to be a great  many more_good people to live in it.  A Sun "war.t" ad. always brings  results.  John Wamiruaker says in Judicious  Advertising: "Advertising "* "doesn't  jerk; it pulls. It begins very gently  at first, but the pu'.l is steady. It increases day by day. and year by year,  until it exerts an irresistible ��������� po "er."  CORRECT: ENGLISH  HOW TO USE IT  JfJSEPHINE TORCK. BAKER; Editor  HANSEN: SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Luuyr Gait Goa  N  ow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Telephones;  Offick, Rh6 ffpof Qfnppt  Hanse.n's Eesii>encf..K3Si,i������" ullool  As to the advice to take  care   of  the dimes, one  must sadly   admit  that   somebody'   else has   already  done it.  Tbe value of a woman's figure  very often runs into another kind of  figure.  George H. Barrett.of Grassy Lake,  Alta., is in ihe city this we������k.  A MONTHLY MAGAZINE  For Progressive Men and Women,  Business and Professional;-; ��������� ,-���������'.  ��������� Club Women  Teachers     Students *    Ministers ,-  Doctors      Lawyers    - Stenographers  and all who wish to  Speak and Write Correct English.  P-AttTIAL LIST OF CONTEXTS  Your Every-Day .Vocabulary  How to'EiilArKQiU-  Words,Thoir Meaniiigs^ml Their Uses  Pronunciations with lllustriitivo Sentences  Flelps for Speakers  Helps for -Writers -  Helps for Teachers  Business English'fyr-the Busines Man  Correct English for the Beginner  Correct English for the Ad'vanced.Pu-  pil '      .  Shall and Will: How to Use Them  Should and Would: How to Use Them  Sample Copy 10c  Subscription Price 82 a Year.   .  EVANSfON, ILLINOIS  Please mention this paper..  Josephine Turek Halter's Standard "(igazlne  and BooKs ore rucommeude'l by luia paper.  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Tligs  and Good  Horses at: All  Hours  at  the       .������������������������������������:��������� ���������-'; '    '  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68 .       Second Street  Pays for. The  as&g������'^b^   Sun   for   an  entire year. It is the brightest  paper in the Boundary country  AND PICTURE FRAMING ���������  Furniture -Made   to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neatly Done.  R.C.McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUF THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,    B. G.  ���������*  iy  also   the   same  quarter:? of   IV* 1 ���������  a.-)   that  during all  i,   when   the   divi-  The Hedley   Gold    Mining   com;  Ududs aggregated 3:2���������10,000, as compared with ^300,000 in Ii>lo- , '-l-'he  diiierence in distributions is-.,attributed to higher cost of mining in-. J 9 L 6  and 1917 as compared with that, of  earlier .year?. Supplies and-wages  are higher, while tnere has been -no  pany, owners   of   the  "Nickel Plate ; increase in tbe payment received for  'and other large gold.mining proper |lhe P^duc-i.    The Hedley company  'ties./of" British" Columbia, has de-!operates on-o. large scale in  both- its  clared its regular quarterly'dividend |^iDlu= dad ^i!ii:jj> departments.  of 2 per cent, payable on Alaieh 31,  ,to stockholders of record  on  March  24. ���������  The disbursement will be 'of 6(50,  COO, the same as for the   last (|nar  ter, and will raise the total   to   82,-  123,520.    The rate of  payment   is  WOMEN-TO JOIN   '  AMERICAN 1UVY  The undersigned'  m-  has   received  structions from   MAURICE  W. EL  LIOTT to sell by Public  Auction   at  the Model   Livery  Barn, near Union  " Depot, Grand '>Forks, on  SATURDAY, MARCH 31  the' following   valuable   Farm   Stock  and Implements:    - -    .  HORSES  1 Span well matched Dark Grey  Mares, 4 years old, weight 2800 lbs.;  sound, quiet and true.  1 Dark -Iron Grey Gelding, weight  14U0; well built, good action, sound  and good sense. Well suited for Fire  Department.  1 Iron Grey Gelding, 3 years- old,  broke to work; good match for . above  gelding.  1 Span well matched Dark Bay  Geldings, 7 and 8 years, weight 2700;  sound and quieb. Reliable for woman  or boy to handle. All abova horses  broke to work on lead as well as on  pole. "  2 Dark Bay Mares, good drivers,  French Coach stock, well matched,  weight 2250.  Heavy   Mare,   4   years  old; good  ^ bone, suitable for heavy work, true to  pull. Should raise good colt  1 small Brood Mare, good mother,  quiet to handle, suitable for saddle or  driving  1 Colt, 10 months, from grade'Per  cheroo, broke, to halter.  CATTLE  1 Registered Ayrshire   Bull, calved  Dec. 1914; dam qualified  in record of  performance class as a   2 year'old.     1  Registered   Ayrshire - Cow,   milking,'  calved Jan. 26, 1911; bred   to  above  bull and due to calve about June 10th.  1 Registered Ayrshire- Heifer, calved  May 2, 1914; milking   since  August;  bred to above bull, supposed to  calve  in June; darn   qualified, in  R.O.P. as  4 year-old.. Reg. papers   available for  above, all of which isimported stock.  -1 Purebred Holstein Bui), 15 months  old, good size, eligible to register     1  Purebred Ayrshire Bull .'Calf,6"months  old, eligible to register. .1  large ;Dur  ham Milch Cow, 6'years, :with young  Calf at side.    J   Red; Durham  Milch  Cow, 8 years, due to calve April 2    1  Roan Cow, with calf 2 weeks old.     1  Ho'stein   Cow, aged, due to  calve in  May.   1 grade Holstein Bull Calf, 11  months.  IMPLEMENTS  I Magnet Cream Separator,  nearlv  new, capacity 500 lbs.    1 Heavy Purpose Mountain Wagon, 4 in. tire,good  as new..    1   good   Mitchell Wagon, 4  in. tire, size   3������.  ,1   Set No '4 Com-  monsense   Sleigh, with   good   brake;  suitable for heavy, work.  1 open Bug-  . gy, in   good   shape,   with  pole   and  shafts.    1   Deering Disc Harrows, 12  discs, 16 in. high, nearly new.   1 Oliver   Chilled    Walking   Plow* 14 in.,  nearly new.    1  Sidehill -' 56X  Oliver  Chilled Plow.  1 Deering Mower, 5 ft.  cut, in good repair, 2 extra knives   1  McCormick Mower, 5   ft  cut.    I Set  Lever Harrows.    1 Single Horse Cultivator, in good shape.    .1   Set Heavy  Butt Chain Harness,   brass  mounted.  1 Set Butt Chain   Lead   Plarness.     1  ���������Set Single Harness.   2 Wood -Racks,  Hay Rack,   Singletrees.. Doubletrees,  Clevises, Grab Hooks. Chains.  Tongs,  Pevies,   numerous   Saws,   Axes and  Wood 'putting Tools     Other  articles  too numerous to mention.  Sale to start at 1 p. ni.r The whole  to be sold  without Reserve,  as owner  finds it necessnry to go East to reside  TERMS:. All sums of ..$2*5 and under   cash;   over   that  amount   three  month's' credit   will be.  on  fur  nishing approvpd joint notes.  J. A.. Harris, Auctioneer  Secretary Daniels .has ordt'Hid  naval comujumlauts at shore .stations aud al! recruiting offices to be  prepared to enlist women in the actual naval service, in case of no  emergency.  "-  .-  The judge advocate general has  ruled that women can be enlisted  under the laws regulating recruiting.  While it is not'- iuteoded to place  women aboard-ships, they- may ' be  utilized for shore duty in connection  with coast "defense work.  Grades corresponding to the yeoman class will be given to those  qualifying as^stenographers, clerks,  typists or similar positions, xinother  grade of work'for which they may  be designated Js.that of radio, tele--,  graphy- and other communication  divisions.  Difficulty of obtaining men stenographers and clerks for the. navy  from among the regular,enlisted personnel caused the question of women's employment to be taken up.  By filling the position on shore with  women, the department expects in  time of emergency to relieve "the  men for fleet service and  sea  duty.  PP0ENIX BARBER  DIES SUDDENLY  E. Matheu was found dead in his  residence at Phoenix last Friday  morning, having expired suddenly..  Mr. Matheu opened a barber shop  in-that town about two.'weeks ago.  He went to Phoenix from this city,  where he conducted the Province  hotel shop for a few weeks. He came  ts tbe Boundary from Prince Rupert, where his home bad been destroyed by a fire in ^vhich all his  family had perished.  It is supposed that he had been  sit'ing in his barber chair aad was  stepping into tbe room adjoining  vvhtsir he was", stricken down. He  was 73Lyears of ajge!_, -  Cheese i&a bealtb,fnl and: cheap  substitute for "'meat a u'eq&ther staple  fooilr, according to the Xf.a.^ Bnreau  of H'une Economics.. But some people do not care for cheese.  "Another surgeon  has  turned   an  imbecile boy into a   normal   youth,  but the need of the day is an opera  tion to cure plain, everyday foolish  ness.  GIVE "SYRUP OF PIGS"  ���������   TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  A Rose to the Living  A'rpse to tbe living is more "  Than sumptuous wreaths   to  the  dead;     ' -  In filling love's infinite store  A rose for the living is more  If graoiousiy given before  - The hungering spirit is fled���������  A rosy to tbe Jiving is more  Tb;n .sumptuous  wreaths to the  dead.  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OR DYSPEPSIA  "Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour,  Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  If what j-ou 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 Buffer from indigestion,,  dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.'  It'B the quickest, surest stomach doctor- in" the   world.     It's   wonderful.  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomash, liver  and boWels.  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, eat or act naturally, or Ib feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has  sore throat, diarrhoea, full, of cold.'give  a teaspoonful of-"California Syrup of  Pigs," and in a few hours all the foul,  constipated waste, undigested food  and sour bile gently moveB 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 directions' for babies, children of all ages and' for grown-ups.  SICK WIFE'S STORY SIR-  PRISES GRAND FORKS  The following .has surprised Grand  Forks. "A business man's wife suffered from dyspepsia and constipation  for years. Although she dieted she  was so bloated'her clothes would not  fit. ONE SPOONFUL buckthorn  bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in  Adler i ka relieved her INSTANTLY  Because Adler i ka empties BOTH  large and small intestine it relieves  ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas and prevents appendicitis.  It has QUICKEST action of anything  we ever sold. Woodland ifc Quinn  druggists.  Bring Your Friend Close  by~ Talking. Directly"  Into the Telephone  Supposing you were talking face-to-face  with a friend. You would, not go to the far  end of the room and talk loudly?  1 #  When you telephone, do you place your lips  close to the mouthpiece and talk easily, or do  you have them six inches away and almost  shout? ,  ' Every part of an inch you are away from the  telephone  when speaking  places  the called-  person miles distant. One inch distant lengthens the line six miles;  two' inches, ten miles;*"  three inches, sixteen miles, etc.  There is less exertion in talking, and less  effort in hearing, .when each speaks into the  telephone properly. .     .  BRITISH COLUMBIA..  TELEPHONE COMPANY, LTD.  tmssdJ&amuBSS!^^  VERY ONE CAN.do  something for his  country  Some can bear arms  Some can produce food  Some can make munitions  Some can give money  It is the privilege of all to help.'  OU CAN SERVE by  Fighting���������W or king-  Saving���������Giving  This is NATIONAL SERVICE  Are YOU doing your part ?  LL EYES turn now to  the Canadian Farmer,  for he can render the  Empire Special Service  in this sternest year of the  war.  But���������our farms are badly undermanned��������� 25,000 men are needed on  the land.  .~ With insufficient help, the Man on  the Land fights an uphill fight to  meet the pressing need for Food.  and TOWN  help.  Municipal Councils, Churches and  Schools, and other organizations,  both of men and women, can render  National Service by directing all  available labour to the Land.  Farmers themselves can exchange  labour.    School boys can assist.  Were you raised on a farm ? . Can you  drive a team? Can you handle fork  or hoe? If you can't fight, you can  produce. Spend the Summer working on the Farm.  Let every man, woman and child in  the Dominion who has access to  Land, no matter how small the plot,  make it produce Food in 1917.  For information on any subject relating to  the Farm and Garden write:���������  INFORMATION  BUREAU  DEPARTMENT    OF   AGRICULTURE  OTTAWA  DOMINION  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  OTTAWA,   CANADA.  HON. MARTIN   BURRELL, MINISTER.  BaseasisssE^M  A fashion note says that there  will be few changes in men's cioches  this year. There is little change now  in some men's clothes.  Cancer, according to a Philadelphia physician i8 a rich man's" dis-  eap������, which may be some consolation for the poor man who hast it,  Edison advises young' men to  work in order to escape temptation.  This is certainly good advice, but  not pleasant.  What goes up rausi come down,  but that does-not make' this simple  truth any'more ng'reeable to losers in  tbe stock market.  ...>���������?* *���������*������������������'  Nothing 18 more important to the For  Shipper than doing: businesa with an  Honest���������Reliable���������ResponBible-rSafe  Fur House. ���������  "Ship to Shubext'*  the lanrest bowse in tho World denlinsr  and TSil  Prices ujiu ..im u^uiti --r.nw  Speedy, Courteous oervico.  Write for tho Intest edition of "3I;������  0bnbrrt feljipfiw". containing valuable  Market information yoa must have.  A     R     <sHI7RE,I?T   ���������������,.   25-27 WEST AUSTIN  AVE.  M������   I>.   Oil U IS EiK 1, inc. Dopt.Cu 9, CHICAGO, U.S.A.  any t'v..ige!i������al church who   wishes,  t') partinipiif1 in tbe service will be 'I  made wc-lcome. At 7:30 p ;i,. tbJj  pastor will preach a sfrmon on the  s'lty-ct. '-Reuben's Downfall,"  showing the application of the  truth to our modern life. A'ou are  cordially irivitr-d  to-Date Jewellery  Go fo Timberlake, J'on &: Co.  \  Newest Styles   .] ;      - Chojcest Patterns  Lowest Prices  U  Two hoistprou-   "drunks"   lodged" 11  iivtho city jnifuii Monday nig1.'.  m  i:M  mi  mim&i  WMi  nmra  .woud    |,e    cons.der**    later,    butl     JS   H Onwe,,, oi Curl, W| Wh,   ir.  ,������t    the    pn-aent time   the  financial   the .MlyonaiondHV.    A l.rotber   ���������>  ��������� lotion was ih������ all important   on,,   his from CUu^, w���������, ������-n, vi- ^  'however  sympathetic the  members   I, ini at his Cm !,���������������  m v���������. M-.^  I'T HESITATE!  PHONE 101R  FOR FIE PRINTING  of the goveriurient might b  r< quest of the deputation.  Premier Brewster, commenting  upon the scenery of the inierim-.  which, be asserted, was more magnificent than an in California, pointed to the financial problem to be  laced by the government. While  the credit of the province was such  :i that the government   could   borrow,  ���������^_ ��������� , , yet c[.|6 provincial debt was* increas  n?   r*"i"Srt ft j ��������� ing and the time had   come    to    its  frf\   S- ! IIS i?J ' posieion      Many*of the house mem  9   LbLSSUII   bers were urging appropriatiods   for,  works in  their   respective  districts, I  but perhaps they would change their  views were he to ask them   to   take  back   to   their   constituents assessment nptu;es calling for double taxation.    While the  necessity of   the  asked for road was   evident  and    it  would    be- commenced   as soon as  segwira  ���������The.Quality jewellers  Bridge Street, Rest Telephone Exchange, Grand.Forks  10 CENT "CASCARETS'.'  POE.LIVER AND, BOWELS  to th<-' suddpji ill, mii'! |.f v.\.  tho bn'.fiitiil tl,e,re ,oi  oi)f'ration.  '���������rotisfhi, tv  a^.tlKi-ioal"  ��������� f^o. MndiT .������������������etuniPi  fcane on Monday. ,\i  visiting friendsjtt De'^i P.nk.  METEOROLOGICAL  fu>tu Su"  ^.   Mader   is  Cure    Sick    Headache,' Constipation,  EiIiousneSG.,   Sour   Storrnqh,"  Bad  Breath���������Candy, '.Cathartic  The followiiiK is th*������ .minirmun  and maximum rom rjTH fore for rvioh  day during the p������er ~wmky asre-  oordpd bv the government Ihermoni-  eter on ii].  K. T.nws' ranch:  (Concluded from Paye 1. )  would not cost any more. The wealth  of the resources of   tho   neighboring  districts was dwelt upon.especially o!" .  ������.utuill auu ub uiu  the minerals.  Mr.' Watflrman.Prince    not   cle?ire   ,0   bold   out any false  ton,   eulogized   the  possibilities .in '  that  respect  and   pointed   out that  the completion" of- the section of  the  i\l arch 22���������FYkhi y   2-1���������Saturday   ...  25���������-Sunday   20���������'Monday   27���������Tuesday   28���������Wednesday  -   -'29���������Thurartay.".'...  Min.  .  4(3  .  41  . 4<r  .  39  . 4G  . 40  48  A Fax.  32  25  27  15  30  25  35  Fixjies  5  No odds how bad''your liver, stomach or lioTvels.;i bow'���������inuch yout' head  aches,   how  miserable. y'oir are  from  constipation,   indigestion,   biliousness  and sluggish bowels���������you always #et  relief   with   Cascarets;     They   immediately cleause alnrl regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food  and fouJ gases;   take the excess bile  from the liver jind carry off the constipated   .waste, matter   aud    poison  from - tho   intestines   and   bowels.-    A  10-cent  box   from   your'druggist  will  keep   your   liver   and   bowels   clean;,  stomach   sweet   and   head   clear   for  months.    They work while you sleep.  Mrs  C  C Heaven-  returned  terdiiy   from   a   three; weeks'  with friends in Vancouver.  yes-  visit  Bert   Scntt.    who     was   severely,  buinrd   at,   (he   Granby   smelter'-a  possible, tliK present was a   year   0f Sn0wfal1  ���������' 05ru"u   *''   ,ne   ^ranl)V   smHter'-a  heavy financial burdens, and he did   Rainfa11  *     0i'6  ample of week* ago,   has   recovered  [ hopes of an immediate start on con  struction.  . .    ��������� ��������� -    ��������� j   ..Relative to  the   suggestion ' that  Highway   would   open   to   tbe coast   the road would be valuable for   mo  travelers the   Kootenay,   Okanagan,   tor flight traffic, the   premier  sue  from bis injuries  ������*���������������������������*������������������������������������*������������������..������. >������^,,^M  JJoundary   and   Similkameen   dis-  tricts.  Some of the interior members nf,  the d^Dulotion urged a diversion' ofJ  the hignway, when the   time   came!  gested that such tra-fiic was hurd on  roads and intimated that consideration would probably be given to  some scheme of taxing molors on a  sliding scale based upon weig.it and  } Hurrah!   How's This  f Cincinnati  authority says corns  I dry up and lift out '  I with  fingers.  Danny ]>mi, <.f   Phcenl.v,   was in  the city on Monday.  .   i      .   t.        .. .��������� t .u   I power of che motors  to locate tlie   other   portions   ot the i '  transproviocial highway.  Premier ikewster   intimated that  before the^government roached   any  decision it would have   to   be   fur  nisheel with more information.  Nicol Thompson assented that be- Io rGSporise to enquiries tbe  cause lack of road communication Ministerial association wish to state  with the interior the coast cities lhat the iect'ures now being given  had lost at least 81,000,000. in the city are  under  tbe   directioa  Hon. Dr. King, minister of pub- 0f the Seventh-Day Adventist move-  lie works, stated that according to mentj the iecturer being a worker of  departmental   estimates   it    would tjjat body  cost about $250,000 to complete tbe    71-mile section.'    He admitted that       Divine services at the Preshyteri  ������������tt>oii6<H|������isii(i>ii>eMai.(���������antt....  -'-  - *  piiMjiii.iiiioi.a,,!,,!,,,!,^,,,^,^  Hospital  records  show  that   every  time you cut a. corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, tvhich Is needless  f-ays a Cincinnati authority, who-tolls  THICK,'GLOSSY HAIR  ���������    FRiiE FROM DANDRUFP i  Girlsl Try it! Hair gets soft, fluffy and  bSc-.'Jt:fy|--Gc-t a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine. .  -  THERE'S A REASON  Oiii'prices arc  moderate,   because we employ  com potent workmen   who   have  ��������� mastered     their  trade;_and we do  have "to  charge  for- the "service"  of    hunting   up  samples in specimen books.-  '���������������  tJ[ >������"ca��������� for hoavy hair that glis-'l  I.T^I'"1"1"1 iiamoruy, Tvarf-tolla I }*ni> ,wit������ beauty and is radiant with I  InnJ* a quarter ounce of a- drag I ,Iife; has an incomparahlo softness and  called freezone r..-in ho nhb,-n^ n\ u+   ! Is f nfrV nnfi  i���������cf^,.���������   4.������^..    .   a.  called freezone can be obtained at little cost from , tho drug storo but is  sufficient to rid one's feet of every  hard or soft corn, or callus.  You simply apply a few drops of  freezone on a tender, aching corn and  soreness is instantly relieved.   Shortly the entire corn can be lifted out,  root and all, without pain,  v. This drug is sticky, hut dries at once  and is claimed to just shrivel up.any  corn without inflaming or even Irrigating the surrounding tissue or skin.  If your wife wears; high heels sha  v/ill be glad to know of-this.          ���������,,,m jinivaes iii me t'rpsnyten-  there should be some construction an church next Sabbath," April I,  work undertaken and that the quea- as follows: 11 a.m., tbe Sacrament  tion of the route beyond  Princeton  of the Lord's  EMPRESS THEATRE  Tuesday, April 3rd   ���������.u,,....uuic ouuuess anc  is '.fluffy and lustrous, ..try Danderine.':  Just   one. application   doubles   the !  beauty of your hair, besides it imme- '  diately   dissolves   every 'particle   of  dandruff.     You   can   not   have , nice  heavy,    healthy" hair    if   you. have  dandruff.   This destructive scurf robs  the hair of its lustre, its strength and  its  very life, and if not overcome it  produces a feverishness and Itching of  '.be .scalp;    the   hair   roots   famish,  looses and die; then the hair falls out  ���������"asc.    Surely get a 25-cent bottle  of  -Znov,iron's Darjderine from any drug  ���������Tore and just try it.  Yale  Barber Shop'  Razor Honing a Specialty-  !  Without a doubt, one of the Strongest Bioycles ever,  built.'  We have just received  a large  shipment  of    .  Clevelands, in   various colors. , They are selling rapidly.    If you want one, call early, be-  ��������� fore tlie supjply is exhausted.  Headquarters for High-Grade Sundries.  AT 8 P.M.  BY  WEPaiNT'    "  Letterheads .'  Jvoteheatis  Billheads  ��������� Statements  Envelopes  .    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Thousands of other useful  ��������� articles you can obtain ia the same way.  ��������� Everyono iu IDngland and in the British  J Army and Navy is wearing a  PROTECTED  WRIST  WATCH  Neatly printed with   special Butter Wrapper  Ink.    Also imprinted wrappers.    Owr prices  si.IT>   r'nrlif  are right.  NURSERY   STOCK  Te SUN PRINT SHOP  I nl'ANTJSKH-HK   VHKI'A Hl'.D.    Send   tmlny  I P    for yoin-copy of ll.f.U-'I'KA I BO SI'RtNO  PIUCB LIST of KOSKS, TI'tKKS. SM ItfHS ������ii/J  SKED3.    Kuillici'd Hriees;   SrlCCIAL OI'Tlill;  l.oi'iil Agent \V.111 t���������������ei    "     '  '  I'liny, VntiroiiviT.  Dominion Nursyry Com'  BOOT' repairing  X 'I  r. ������������������.������ I1"'-    ���������  eimmvlli'd clfiij���������it, is a wun- J  -'tS&iP' flcrful   u-Hluli- it.  will  ki-i te'  <*&&**��������� true l.iini'for . 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