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 ''���������i\������  \ ���������>.���������������������������������  ' \  \  e Valley Orchardist  SIXTEENTH YEAR���������No .27  * GRAND FORKS. B   C, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1917  $1.00 PER YEAR  ���������fy  A  LECTUREOF  GMT INTEREST  Evangelist Wood Spoke,'on  Judgment to Precede Advent of Christ  That the day appointed ��������� by God  ,in which he will judge the world  will precede the coming of Christ,  ��������� was tbe statement of Evangelist  Wood in his sermon at the Empress  theatre Sunday night. Continuing,  he said:  **>   "The   words,    'behold,   I   come  quickly; and my reward is with me'  (Rev. 22 : 12), clearly indicate that  it   must  be   determined   who  are  worthy to receive the reward  before  it can be bestowed.    'God  hath appointed   a.  day, in which   he  will  judge the world in righteousness by  that man whom he hath  ordained;  whereof he hath given assurance un  to all men, in  that  he hath raised  nim from the dead.' (Acts 17 :31.)  This is a definite period, so definite  that   its commencement is  marked  by   the   termination of that   great  prophetic period, 'Unto 2300  days,  then shall the sanctuary be cleapsed.'  (Dan. 8 : 14 ) Tbe angel Gabriel ex,  pressly told Daniel the prophet that  this period was  to begin 'from :;tbe  "going forth of the commandment to  restore, and   to   build Jerusalem,'  ��������� (Dan. 9': 25) which   took  place'in  the seventh year of Artaxerxes the  king!' (Ezra..8 : 7.)   Artaxerxes began   to  reign ..B. C. 464 (Prideau's  Connection, vol  1,  page 222).    The  seventh   year   would therefore   be  457 B.   C.    Twenty three   hundred  days (2300   years prophetic   lime)  would extend to A.D,?1844.  "The Jews turn their ears away  from this wonderful prophecy, because it locates right to the year the  time of the Messiah's baptism, and  also his''crucifixion, arid those who  cling to their preconceived idea of a  judgment after Christ's coming, are  perplexed because they dare not  pull up tbe stake that marks the  commencement of this wonderful  prophecv, as that would disarrange  the intermediate points in the prophecy: the baptism of Christ in A.  D. 27, and his crucifixion in A.D.  .31; which all religious teachers admit.  "While those ministers of the  leading evangelical churches claimed  upon the basis of this prophecy,  that Christ would come to this earth  in 1844, they made no mistake ..in  the date of the ending of this period;  but in the event that would take  place. The angel Gabriel did not say  'then shall Christ come to this  earth,' but 'then shall the sanctuary  be cleansed.' It marked the time  when the judgment would sit in the  12 : 1.) In other words, when the  Turkish power moves his seat of  government to .Jerusalem, then  Christ, our High Priest, finishes bis  work .in the heavenlv sanctuary;  the judgment work is completed,  and the time of trouble spoken-of  is due in this world.  "If Felix trembled when Paul  reasoned of the judgment to come,  should not men1, with.sius . uncon:  fessed, tremble today as they listen  to the message which can truthfully  be sounded to the world. The hour  of his judgment is come, indeed is  almost finished. This message is  part-of the everlasting^*gospel (Rev.  14 : 6, 7), and God's messengers today, who are not proclaiming it,  are leaving out a most^ important  part of the gospel story."  A BONANZA IN  ORIENT DISTRICT  The property of the F. H. & C.  Gold Mining company near Rockcut,  in the Orient district, is developing  into a wonderfully rich mine; according to J. J. Hennessy, the manager.  "A.crosscut at a depth of 30 feet  revealed a body 18 feet wide, containing 625 to $35 to the ton in'1 42  inches of ore lying ugainst tbe foot-  wall and $150 to the ton in 18  inches on the hanging wall side,'1'  reports Mr. Hennessy. The values  are about equally divided between  gold and silver.  "At the 55 foot depth tbe value  "ofthe ore on'the footw'allis $62" to  the ton, and at the present depth of  65~feet two feet on the footwall  varies in value from . $200 to $600,  while ore lying next t'o the high  grade section has a value of $10 to  $100 to tne ton. A crosscut is proceeding toward the hanging wall at  the 65 foot depth."  PERFECT SCHOOL  ATTENDA  April Shows An. Improvement Over Previous  Months '     '  The following pupils of the Grand  Forks public school were ueither late  nor absent during April:  PRINCIPAL'S    CLASS���������ENTRANCE PUPILS  Lily Ardiel, Wilfred Brown, Garibaldi Bruno, Dorothy Burns, Helen  Campbell, George Cooper, Bernard  Crosby, Merle Herr, Mildred Hutton,  Lydia Kellehar, Cecelia Lyden, Lo  retta Lyden, Helen Massie, Eddie  Mcllwaine, Gwennie Mcllwaine, Ambrose McKinnon, Abram ' Mooyboer,  Laurena Nichols, Rosa' Petersen,  Gladys Rashleigh, Vernon Siddeil,  Frances Sloan, Vernon Smith, Mary  Stocks, Violet Walker.  DIVISION II  Charles Bishop, Isahel Bowen,  Teddy Cooper,Lenore Cronant,Cecelia  Crosbv, Howard DeCew, ' Alfred  Downey, Julia Downey, Ray Forrester, Margaret Fowler, Alice Galipeau,  Isabelle Glaspell, Corena Harkness.  George Hodgson, Brenda Humphreys,  Gwendolyn Humphreys,Donald Laws,  Margaret Michener, Jennie Miller,  Aleeta Nichols, Antoinette Schliehe,  Muriel Spraggett, Ethel, Miller, Zoe  Kirk.  DIVISION   III.  Tannis Barlee, Mary Beran,Charles  Cooper; May .- Ctosby, Nellie ""Mills,  D ivid'MacDoaald, Gladys McLauch-  lan, William Nelson, Boyd Nichols,  Frances Padgett, 'J'eaunette Reburn,  Helen Simpson, William Sprinthall,  Frances ,U' Ren, Oswald Walker, Ray  Brown.  S^ntano, Fay Walker,  Kathleen Wilkinson.  DIVISION ix. '  Theodore Asismus, Emmet Baker,  Arthur, Bickerton, Wilhelmina De  Wilde, Aubrey Dinsmore, Grace Glaspell, George Hadden, Neville Kirk,  Edith Matthews, Helen Mills.Gordon  Massie, Joseph Wells. Donald McKinnon, Donald McFarlane, Joseph Simmons, Robert Shannon, Robert Sapple,  ClarenceTruax, Arthur Teabo, Ellen  Wright, James White, Benjamin  Wright, Herbert Dompier, Oscar  Peterson.  DIVISION x.  , Eric Clark,"Edmond Crosby,' Clarence Fowler, William Henniger.Lloyd  Humphreys, Una Hutton, Dorothy  Jones, Edmond Knox, Eldon "Knox,  Harry Koops, Alexander McDougall,  Roy Mead, Acta Montgomery, Olym-  pia Morella, Arthur Morrison, Jessie  Ross, Fred Elliott, Parma Cooper,  Gordon Harkness, Agnes McKenzie,  Frances Molla, Lee Maurella, Cildo  Pisac.eta, Genes Rossi, Avelina Rossi.  GIVES HIS LIFE  TO THE EMPIRE  Popular Grand Forks Young  Killed in Action at  the Front  t the city  W. T. Cook on Tuesday last received a telegram from the military  authorities stating that his son,  William Tasker Cook, formerly  teller in the Bank of Commerce in  this city, had been wounded on  April 14 by a gunshot in his arm,  and that he had been taken to the  hospital at Walasey.  Peck McSwayne, of Republic, is  in Grand Forks. He says that he  intends to return to Republic, and  that he does not wish it interred  that he is running away from selective conscription.  The Ledge says that the fish in  Boundary creek are coming into  Greenwood in strings. In Grand  Forks the fish have enough sense to  stay in the river.  Lieut. Donald McQuarrie, who  has been invalided home, returned  to  Nelson   on  Saturday  last.    On  October 13 last be received a sniper's  heavenly sanctuary, and the   books } bullet  that   tore   away a portion of j  of record be  examined. (Dan,. 7:. 9- j his left jaw and put him out of  ac-  12.) 'fhe heavenly tribunal has been  in session since that time; and God  in his wisdom has revealed something regarding its termination..'He  shall plant the tabernacles of his  palace between the seas in the glorious   hoiy   mountain; yet  he shall  come to his end, and mine- shall j Malcom Morrison left  help him. And at thai time shall |/or 'Midway, -,vhere h  Michael stand  up.'   (:iDu.n. J1 : -15; live in future .  tion.  The Sun staff has been planting a  series of gardens during the past  week. We are now prepared to our  readers expert advice on this subject.-  Ibis   week  intends to  DIVIISON IV.  Senior   Third   B���������Clara   Brunner,  Grace Graham, Grace   Green, Thelcua  Hutton, Leo Mills,   Law   McKinnon,  James Needham, Edward   SkrebnefF,  William SkrebnefF.  Junior Third A���������Pearl .Bran,;Con  nie Burdon, Lilian Bro������vn, Kenneth  Campbell, Fred Cooper, Anna Crosby,..  Guriuar Halle, Erma Lipsey, Alberta  McLeod, Roger Molt, Harold Quinlivan, Leona U'Ren, Freda Stocks,  lye Waldron.  division v. r.  ���������Nellie Allen, Anna Maroyich,Gladys  Armson, Clarence Mason, Clifford  Brown, Margaret Bruno, Fred .Bry  ento'n, James Clark, Alphonse Galipeau, Ernest Green, Horace Careen.  Arne Halle, Lam John, John Lane,  Frances Crosby, Ethel Miller, Elsa  Morella, Kenneth Murray, Elsie Nelson, John Peterson, Hilda .Smith,  Clare U'Ren, Frank Worden, Dorothy  Latham,  Ruth Larama.  DIVISION VI.  Jenny Alien, Herbert Clark, Harry  Cooper, Dorothy DeCew, Fred Gali  peau, Isabelle Lines. Elsie Liddicoat,  George Manson, Kenneth Massie,  1 Ivan Morrison, Lome Murray, Lloyd  Quinlivan, Waiter Rashleigh, Stuart  Ross, Peter Skrebnert', Bertie Scott,  Rupert Sullivan, Lucy Teabo, Hazel  Waldron, Mildred Wetherell, Edith  Clay.  division vir.  Janet Bonthron, Grace Brau,Edith  Eureby, Alice .George, Ernest Hadden, Bessie Harkness, Hazel Lipsey,  Joseph Lyden, John Matesa, Gordon  McCallum, Dorothy McLauchlan,  Pauline".'Mohler, Louis   O'Keefe, Carl |  DANYJLLE STRIKE .  " IMPRESSES ,STUTZ  "There is much, promise in.the  mineral opened by John Falconer  on the Logsdon ranch, said J. C.  Stuiz, of Danville,who is well known  as a conservative mining man as*  sayer, in an interview at Spokane  the other day. "I made no tests of  the rich samples, but believe they  contain much more than 8100,000  to the ton. They came from a quartz  streak ten inches wide ' that has  been stripped 100 feet at the surface.  ��������� ���������,tlI, aui. moreApap.ressed ,by...the.  possibilities in the main' body, ap-'  parently 10 to 25 feet wid^, and  those in another large body lying  parallel arid 400 feet west. I obtained low values in copper from  decomposed matser in thtse bodies.  As the rock is a porphyry its grade  is not against it."  METEOROLOGICAL  ..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:  Min.  27���������Friday  58  28���������Saturday   .... 62  29���������Sunday  59  30���������Monday  60  1���������Tuesday  63  2���������Wednesday.. 63  3���������Thursday   54  April  May  Max.  40  32  28  35  29  33  43  Inches  Rainfall 07  Bereavement fell heavily on Mr.  and Mr. F. R. S. Barlee on Saturday last, when a telegram stating  that their eon, Herbert Dalling  Barlee, had been killed in action on  April 12. The news of his death  also came as a great shock to our  citizens, and caused feelings of profound regret throughout the entire  community, for Mr. Barlee was a  young man of sterling merit. He  was but nineteen years of age at his  last birthday, and the future held  much in promise for him had he  been spared, as he was naturally  bright and possessed considerable  educational attainments. He was  practically raised and educated in  this city, coming here with his parents when he was but six .years, of  age( and his many former associates  here extend to the sorrowing family  their heartfelt sympathies. The  passing of a young person in the  prime of health, while tbe shadow  of life is falling toward the west, is  at all times a pathetic event; but in^  'thincase"!hVstihg bftne calaifiify iS  somewhat softened by the knowledge  that the young man gave his life for  a gloaious cause���������to save the  empire and to perpetuate for his  fellow men the liberties to which  they have become accustomed.  In   company   with   a  number of  other  young  men of this city, Mr.  Barlee went  to Camp Hughes   last  July   and  enlisted.    In   November  (he battalion to which  he  was   attached   sailed   overseas,   and about  the   middle  of   February   he   left  England for the trenches in France.  Before enlisting, Mr. Barlee was employed iu tbe  Royal  bank  in   this  city.    The day before he was killed,  a cousin   of  his,  Rollin Barlee, of  Ke'lowna, also  made the   supreme  sacrifice.  Since mining began in British  Columbia, the gross value of the  mineral production is ������558,500,000.  The value of the minerals produced in British Columbia last year  was nearly $12,300,000.  F. A. Smith, superintendent of  the Cascade power plant has purchased a .Maxwell automobile.  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS  R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at  this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts  at the head office in this city and at  the various sub-customs offices, for  the month of April,   1917:  GraricT Forks    82,323.77  Phoenix       503.78  Carson....       262.52  Cascade          40.21  Total '.'   83,130.28  The Women's Franchise  in British Col umhia  Peterson,    Henry '   Reid,  Margaret  ftvery woman over 21 years of age is entitled to register  Ross Peter Santano Winnifred as a voter, muler the new Act of tlie legislature, if she lias  Savage,   Charles    Shannon,   James been six montlis in British Columbia.  She must sign the official application form in order to  registered.  To go on the list now in preparation, application must  ;> ;:'.''eat once. It will be six months before the next fob  'hi:' ii.sl h- made.    In tlie meantime there may be an clef  be  Shannon, Elton Woodland.  DIVISION   VIII.  Harry.vAcres, Tommy Allen, Albert  Coiarch,Lydia Colarch,John Dompier |  Edgar Galipeau, James Innes, George j ]������  Johnson, Ida K'loy. Blanche   Mason, j  Marion   McKie,    PJlen    Mcpherson, i l������*v  J Tarry Nucich, Peter    Patiyi.il,   John ' tion  ���������o II  !i\V THB   SOB,   SKAND   FORKS,   B. C.  aft? dkattft $atk& ^rat  e. A. EVANS. EDITOR AHO PUBLISHER  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain) SI 00  One Year (in the United States)     1.50  should  Address all communications to  .   Tub Gkaxd Forks Sun,  Phone 101R '"' Grand Fours, B. C.  OFFICE:   COI.UMJirA AVENUE and lake street.  FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1917  Almost any kind  of a rumor can be obtained from Victoria nowadays.    But in  the  ���������  it      ���������  meantime the government, like a certain automobile, runs right along. And for the present it is wise to hold your judgment in abeyance  criticize it after  certain  been concluded.  It will be time enough to commend or  investigations have  The editorial columns in this week's issue  of the Greenwood Ledge appear to indicate  that Col. Lowery has returned from his vacation in California. We wish he had brought  back with him a couple of sacks of southern  sunshine, as we could use it now to good advantage in our production and patriotism department.  Ipetual juggling with tiie. question puts a  man  i in as great a misery as an old toper is in dm*?  [ing the fall and  spring seasons, when it is a  little too cold for beer and a little too hot for  Scotch.     Under  present   conditions  a  man  doesn't   know   what  camp to  train for.   It  not  be very  difficult  to  decide  the  question.    If the solders' vote  was  honestly  taken, and they decided in favor whisky, then  we should have  sufficient  respect for their  wishes to stand by their decision; if the   vote  was  fairlv  taken,  and wc do not intend   to  abide by their verdict, then we made donkeys  of ourselves when   we  gave  them the franchise.    On  the   other hand, if fraud  can be  shown in taking the poll, you can  pass us  a  glass of water with a drop of Alberta Scotch  on the side.    We hope the side that  was  defeated will be manly enough to admit tlie defeat.  e Bride's Choice  ^  Nowadays, is a handsome piece of Cut Glass. You will  find in our new stock the very piece that suits her.  Don't let the price alarm you���������our $.r>.0() pieces-will  surprise you.  When recruiting for the   home  guards  the  Emanpel Swedenborg, the founder of a religion, is recorded in history as a man who  had a series of curious dreams. He was not,  however, the only founder of a religion who  has had strange dreams. Therefore the prudent person, unless he is well armed, will  avoid religious controversies as he would a  German submarine.  gentlemen who turned to a yellowish color  when there was a prospect of their having to  go overseas, should not be encouraged to join.  There are certain emoluments in connection  with a home guardsman which appear tempting to them; but if trouble should arise on this  side of the Atlantic, it might be difficult to  get them to the front.  The great variety of articles shown will make selection  easy, aud we guarantee that no other gift will look as  beautiful as vours. Come and examine our stock.  You will be just as welcome as if you purchased.  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  A. D.MORRISON  ^  J  There are not very many political rumors  from Ottawa. Local politicians, however, appear to be certain that we are to have a general federal election before next fall.  The indications are that fairs and celebrations will not be in flower in British Columbia  during the coming summer, as the dates for  these events are being cancelled in various  parts of the province. This is as it should be.  The present is not a proper time for rejoicing  and festivities. All the energies of the people, in every walk of life, are required to bring  the Great war to a successful termination.  After that task has been accomplished we  will have many victories to celebrate; and we  will celebrate them on a huge scale. Just  now hard work is most in line with the proper  fitness of things.  There is a great deal of truth in the following paragraph from the Eepublic Journal:  "When the civil war closed the energy that  had awakened under the stress of necessity  could not be stopped immediately. The most  remarkable development of the country was  taken up before the ardor kindled by unusual  exertions had died out. War is hell, but it is  a great renovator. It stirs up the sluggish  blood and brings men with eagerness to a  point of action. The fever is being kindled  in the present war. When this war is ended,  whether it be of a brief or a long duration, a  new' enthusiasm will be characteristic of the  national spirit, and a new era of great things  naturally follow."  Too many people in this country appear to  be under the impression that they are doing  their share in the production and datriotism  movement by raising prices instead of growing foodstuffs. Before this war ends a great  many sham patriots will be relegated to the  scrap pile and the true patriots will appear on  the surface.  Tomorrow the miners in the Crow's Nest  vote on the adoption of the agreement arrived  at by the mine owners and the representatives  of the miners. If the agreement is rejected,  there appears to be but one way out of the  dilamma, and that is for the government to  take over the coal mines and work them.  Great industrial plants, whose products are  needed for the successful prosecution of the  war, should not be allowed to stand idle while  the empire is in peril. If stringent measures  are required to again start the wheels of industry, they should be taken without hesitancy.  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.  Besides being read by all the intelligent people of Grand Forks, The Sun goes to every  ranch home in the Kettle and North Fork  valleys. No other Boundary paper can give  advertisers this guarantee.  'We British Columbia  Nurseries Co., Ltd.  if Vancouver  C_Are now booking orders for spring, 1917,  delivery of their well-known, hardy  Fruit and Ornamental  Stock  Prices include packing and delivery to  customer's nearest station. Write at once  for 70-page Catalogue, also artistic Rose  Catalogue, free.  *y?  We always have room for an energetic,  honest salesman. (^Attractive proposition for the right man.  Advertise in The Sun.   It has the  largest local circulation.  The Sun is always a live issue in  Crand Forks.  IMPERIAL TO PARLORS  BRIDGE STREET  SNAP-IF taken at once  The prohibition question in British Columbia is altogether too tantalizing. One day the  '���������drys" are on top; the next day the "wets"  bob up serenely. This alternating current of  public opinion has been the daily routine for  many months past. In the name of common  sense, and a decent respect for the people's intelligence, give us whisky or give us water.  We can be happy with either.    But this per-'  8-Room House and Two  Lots on Garden St.  Lots 100 feet by 300 feet deep; chicken coops, etc. Will sell cheap for  quick sale. Will sell for less than  half what it cost owner; $1300 if 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 family. Would make an ideal home for  a smelterman.  Terms���������$200 or $300 cash; balance monthly payments of $2������ or $30  For further particulars  Call at The Sun Office  WE SELL  Fresh Tobaccos  HANSEN & CO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  I'E FOR SALE  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Ffrst Street  Telephones;  Office, BH6  Hansen's Resipbnce. K38  All Leading Brands of Cigars  Soft Drinks  W-   J. Meagher, Prop,  CORRECT ENGLISH  HOW TO USE IT  JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor  A MONTBLI MAGAZIMB  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.  ���������PARTIAL LIST OF CONTENTS  Your Every-Day Vocabulary  How to Enlarge It  Words,Their Meanings and Their Uses  Pronunciations with Illustrative! 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ANNIE PELL  SINCE J wrote about the Final Judgment in the Ga : the New Jerusalem heaven was formed out of thoso  zette I have felt dissatisfied. In the first place,'Christians who were judged and whose names were  I felt deeply-hurt to see what I considered a small found in the Lambs' book of life; that the dimensions  Germany taking root.at home while our boys are fight for that heaven were the dimensions given in the' xxi  ing a big Germany in the-trenches. I asked God many chap. Revelation. There had been two final judgments  times what He "anted me to do-about.it. T dreamed before at the termination of ancient churches; but that  that the word of God lavopen, and a finger was point   from this time forward men are to be judged at  death.  ing along   the   lines.     I understand this   to mean, Explain the truth.  First, then, we   will   go   back   perhaps one hundred  and   sixty   years  or   more,   which takes us back some  little time before the Final Judgment, which took place  .in-the year 1757; for before thattime the  angels   were  in despair, over our condition.    They will soon come to  us to give us good thoughts about God, only to find our  minds almost a blank.    We were so taken up with the  tilings of the world that there was nothing in our minds  for their minds   to   assimilate with;   nothing that they  could take hold of and lay a foundation for the building  up of   divine   intelligences, and   even the men   of   the  church   knew  scarcely   anything   of   the hereafter; for  though it is in God's word, we did  not   understand   it.  Thus the angels lamented before  God   of  the  hopeless  condition of our minds.   And God made known to them  that   the   word,"was   written  with   a natural sense, or  sense   of   the   letter, with a spiritual sense and with   a  celestial sense; for the word is written   wholly   by   correspondences, to the end that in every  particular there  may   be   an   inner   sense; that the'word was divine by  virtue of its spiritual and inner sense, and that He was  about to declare these things, and that  He   would   lift  the veil between us and the world of spirits, so that we  could know the result of our lives here in the world to  come.    And the angels rejoiced that we were to be enlightened.    Tt was also   made   known to them that the  internal meaning ofthe word should be exploined, that  this was what was meant by the coming of   the  Lord.  In the beginning was the word, and the word was with  God and the   word   was   God.   But that, as  the Lord  could not  appear  again   in person, it was necessary to  find   a mind   capable of  learning spiritual knowledges  and reducing them down to natural  ideas suited to our  minds; that Emanuel Swedenborg was   chosen by   God  for this office; that he was born -inStockholm, Sweden,  in 16S8, and   died   in   1772; that   he wrote  in Latin;  that.his language was so fine that words could   scarcely  be found in our English language to express his ideas-���������  and no wonder, since he was giving the intelligences of  angels.     For beautiful truths about his life, consult the  book on.thelife and mission of Emannel   Swedenborg  The reason why the.Lord will   not ^appear   again  in  person is given in the true Christian religion.  He says:  "The   reason   why the  Lord   will not apgear again in  person is because since His ascension into heaven He is  in His glorified humanity, and in that humanity He can  not appear to any man unless the eyes of his  spirit   be  first opened and this opening can not be effected in an}'  that   are evil.     Therefore  when He shewed Himself to  His disciples He first opened   their eves, for it is writ  ten:  'And their eyes were opeued, and they knew Him,  and He vanished out of   their  sight' (Lukexxiv : 31).  The case was the same with the women who visited the  sepulchre after his resurrection; hence at the, same time  they al-so saw angels sitting in the sepulchre, whom yet  it is impossible for anyone to see with the material eye.  It is plain from his transfiguration  before Peter, James  and John, that the apostles before the Lord's  resurrection did not see Him in   His  glorified   humanity   with  their   bodily  eyes, but  in   the   spirit.     None save his  disciples either saw, or could see. the   Lord   after   His  resurrection.     It is in vain, then, to  imagine that  the  Lord will appear in the literal clouds of heaven in person     The   truth   is. that   He will appear in the word,  which   is from Him, and  which is thus himself.    Since  the Lord can not manifest himself to  the world in per  son, and yet he had foretold that He would come  and  establish a New Church, which   is the New Jerusalem,  it follows that he will effect this by the instrninentality  of a man who is able not only to receive  the  doctrines  of that church in his understanding, but also   to make  them known by the press.    That the  Lord   manifested  Himself before mo His servant, Emanuel Swedenborg,  and  sent  me on  this office and afterwards opened the  eyes of my spirit and so let me into the spiritual world  permitting me to see tho heavens and the hells, and  also to converse with angels and spirits, and tins continually for years." Swedenborg says in many places  that he never received anything relating to the doctrine  of that church from any angel, but from the Lord  alone, when he was reading the word; so that the Lord  was constantly p.icsentwith him to reveal to him the  spiritual sense of His word It should be known that  man as to his interiors is a spirit, and that a spiritual  body forms over our spirit, but beneath our natural  body; that it forms for heaven or hell Recording to the  life that is lived; thai our spirit becomes the image of  the mind; that at death, or what wc call doath, the  Lord comes and withdraws the spirit, together with the  spiritual body from thti material body; that the material body is left to decay, never to be used again; that  the Lord removes the spirit to the spiritual kingdom,  whore it is revived by celestial angels; that this is commonly called resurrection.  The next question to consider is, why the Lord did  not come bo fore this final judgment instead of after,  because divine truths must pass through the spiritual  kingdom, which is midway between heaven and hell;  that those who w*������rn in Iih judged wuvc in the spiritual  kingdom, and would ii.>icn:cpt jne&stigus and falsify them  on the way through; tbnt before a now church could be  established it was jh^i-smiix)1' to form a new Christian  heaven, to be   in   cnnjiiim ti'.n   with   thai church; that  We are now entering the fourth and'last phase of   the  church on earth. ..  Now, then, just a few things should   be, said   about  the judgment.    Those who wish to know more will find  it fully  explained   in the. vi volume'of the Apocalypse  and in   the work-on   the final   judgment.    First���������The  last judgment, was effected in the world of spirits in the  early part of the year 1757.    Before the judgment took  place the Lord was seen ima bright cloud   with angels,  and a sound of trumpets was heard from it, which was  a sign representative of the protection of the angels   of  heaven by the Lord and of the gathering of  the good  from   every   quarter,   for   the Lord does not bring de-  strnction upon any, but only protects His own     Then  those who were about to perish or cast themselves into  hell were seen together in the likeness of a great dragon  The judgment was passed not upon the very wicked, as'.  they were in hell, nor upon the rea'l good, as they were  in heaven, but-upon the lukewarm   who had   collected  since Christ was on earth and who had   been   tolerated  in the spiritual kingdom until that time  All the people who ever lived on earth and departed  are either in heaven, in hell or in the spiritual kingdom When they are in their final abode they are  there to eternity. Every one after death is in the delight of their own love. Souls in hell are in the delight  of their own love of evil. They suffer and they labour  for food; but souls in hell never 'cease to be a' care and  anxiety to God . and the--angels. The earth or land  which passed was an earth or land in the world of  spirits. This visible earth will not pass away. The  heaven which passed away was a fictitious heaven, not  built by the Lord, but by those who cane out of Christendom into the spiritual world, all of whom were dispersed at the.day of the last judgment. Now. then, it  should be understood that true saying faith, which is a  faith in one God, united with good works, is acknowledged and received. The faith of the New Jerusalem  is as follows: First, that there is one God in whom is a  divine trinity, and that he is the Lord Jesus Christ.  ���������Second, that saving faith is to believe in Him. Third,  that evils ought to shunned, because they ar������ of the  devil and from the devil, fourth, that good works  ought to be done, because they are of God and from  God Fifth, and that they ought to done by man as of  himself, but with a belief that they are from the Lord,  operating in him and bv him The Lord promises to be  with the people of the New Church as He has never  been before. He says, they shall be my people and I  will be their God.  I wonld like to say something of'God's love for His  own. I wish I conld tell what it is to grow warm with  God; I wish everyone could know what it is to stand in  the genial warmth of our spring sunshine and in thought  look beyond to that other sun where God dwells and  feel the influx of true affection which comes from Him  to Plis own; but here words fail-���������-there is no language  to express it.  Now, then, a few things should be said about the  kingdom of heaven. It has mountains, and the celestial  angels dwell there. It has fields, trees, lakes, rivers,  cities, streets wish dwellings. Swedenborg says: "I  have seen palaces of heaven of such magnificence as can  not be described. They shone above as of pure gold,  and below as of precious stones, some more splendid  than others. Within the apartments were adorned  with such decorations as there are neither words nor  knowledge to describe. On the side looking to the  south were pleasure grounds, where everything shone,  in some places the leaves as of silver, and the fruit as of  gold, and the flowers in their beds formed rainbows  with their colors, and beyond were other palaces. Such  is the architure of heaven that you would say the art  is there in its art; arid no wonder, because that art is  itself in heaven. The angels said such things and in  numerable others, which are still more perfect, are presented by the Lord before their eyes. In heaven raiment is provided by the Lord according to their state.  Food is not prepared, but daily given."  Persons who wish to know    more   about these things  should consult the work on "Heaven and Hell "  The ministers of the gospel are at a loss to know  why the pews are empty. The reason is simple. The  church is at an end; faith and charity are no longer  there, and the Lord has gone out of it. Now, let the  ministers cast off the old creeds and doctrines as thoy  would a worn-out garment. Let the business proposition church pass away, and take up the new; let them  take up a religion that lifts the veil between us and the  spirit world, so that people may know the reason why���������  and then watch tho empty peA\s fill up; watch the people come who have been hungering for a satisfying re-  lion and could not find it; watch them come to hear the  news from home, that has come fresh from the mind of  God our Father. Lot the people learn that to live and  act in a manner that will meet with God's r/ppioval is  to elevate the mind into the light of heaven, ho that  when God says, "J)o this for me," they know that they  are being spoken to and it is for them to act; and the  people who learn this will hardly return to the old life  of get-the dollars and appear important. Oh! that 1  could put power into my pen. How gladly I would use  it in asking all the world to accept the Lord in his second coming on His own terms, and trust Him. Vor only  in this way can we hope to see the dawn of peace.  i !  THAT  <0  Isn't the news of your  store something like the  nsws ofthe whole city?  There is newsj every week  in Grand Forks ��������� some  weeks more than others���������-  but every week there is  news. ������������������>��������� -..  Isn't "there news in your  store  every    week?     Isn't  ' there something  to   advertise?  Your customers are shopping   every    week.    Aren't  you losing   many   of  them  the weeks you do not advertise?  It's the steady trade that  counts with a store ��������� it's  the steady advertising that  brings the steady trade.  RESOLVE���������To use news  paper space regularly, and  be sure it is in The Grand  Forks Sun.  ^0 THE   SU'lY:   GRAND   FORKS,   B.  C.  TMC  |v������rnlih   Foodj  } <"BllU|| ������  For  Spring Cleaning  Use  Bapco Paints and Varnishes  Bapco Varnish Stain  Floglaze JLac's and Enamel Colors  Bapco Kalsomine is unsurpassed  zA full line' of Brushes and Accessories  cTWiller Cb% Gardner  Home Furnishers  want permission to enlist in the  United States army. The redman  is patriotic to the core.  SAYS FOOD SHORTAGE  PROSPECTS ALARMING  ing to have their wages raised from  $3.50 to 64 a shift. At present the  Tom .'Thumb is the only mine in  that camp paying $i.  Jack Stymets, of Midway, was in  the city this week familiarizing  himself w th the prices of automobiles.  The British might pay their war  debt by capturing Jerusalem and  selling it to the Jews.���������-Greenwood  Ledge. ���������  Notice to My  Customers���������From  May 16 until   next fall   the Palace  barber shop will be closed  Wednes  day afternoons.���������Peter A.  Z.  Pare.  Last week R. G. Ritchie collected  .$73.25 for the military Y.M.C.A. at  Cascade and Billings. There are a  few more residents to be approached.  It is reported that the Doukhobors are thinking of buying ranches  in the Kettle valley near Midway  and founding a colony.  State lands in Ferry county.across  the line, will be given free of rental  this year-to people who will guarantee to cultivate them.  " The women of Cascade are taking  great interest in getting their names  on the voters' list. Most of them  have registered.  Oscar Laohmund, manager of the  Canada^-Copper coporation, has returned to Greenwood from New  York. '  Born���������In Grand Forks, on April  ���������J6, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jewel, a  daughter.  The miners at Republic are ask-  The price of milk has been reduced to 10 cents a quart in this  city. ... ''���������'������������������  Selected Seed Potatoes for sale.  Excellent quality. From heavy  yielding crop. Gold Coin, American  Wonder varieties.    Phone 105 R.  Over  1000   Nez   Perce    Indians  r>  Your Telephone  Is oi Greater Value  Every Dajr  The more telephones there are, the more value  your telephone is. If you could reach everyone by telephone your telephone would be at  its maximum value. This, however, is not  probable. >  The number of telephone users is increasing  every day. It means that in British Columbia the telephone subscriber is able to reach  300 more subscribeas each month.  No other commodity gives such good value as  your telephone service.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY, LTD.  Prof. W. J. Black, Dominion  agricultural commissioner, says the  seriousness of the food situation in  Canada this year can not be exaggerated. It may be more than alarming before winter.  Prof. Black is now in Victoria on  a transcontinental survey. He is  conferring with agricultural officials  in every province. He says the  season in Saskatchewan's almost a  month late. Added to this is the labor  shortage, which is resulting iu a decrease in the acreage. Ontario and the  eastern provinces especially are suffering from labor shortage."'Even  the record prices for wheat are not  attracting sufficient labor to increase  production.  The commissioner declares that  the one field of patriotic endeavor  that should attract city dwellers is  cultivation of the laud in every part  of the country. Because.of the high  prices work of this kind will probably prove the most remunerative  for the next couple of years  "The situation is just this," Prof.  Black went on: "Unless Canadians  go right out into the fields this year  and help the farmer with his crop,  Canada's greatest opportunity to  feed her own people and-provide a  surplus for the allies will be lost."  He says "that unless the prospects  improve at once the--situation here  will be alarming next winter.  r  'B  'm  B  Mr..H. S. Timberlake,.Optometrist and Sight Specialist (graduate  Canadian College of Optics), will be in attendance at our Grand Forks  establishment from MAY 18 TO MAY 25, and can be consulted and  your eyes tested. ��������� All defects of vision and weaknesses corrected by  properly adapted Glasses.  M&Co  T3IVIBERLAK  The Quality Jewellers  Bridge Street, Next Telephone Exchange, Grand Forks  EMPRESS THEATRE  Laugh When People  v  Step Ori Your Feet  Try  this    yourself    then  It  aloVig  to   others.  It works!  pass  >���������..������..���������������������..  Ouch ! ? I ?! !    This kind of rough  /.alk wilL.be heard less here in town if  ;eople troubled with corns will follow  :he simple  advice of  this Cincinnati  '.uthority, who claims that a few drops  )i a drug called freezone when applied  :o. a tender, aching corn stops soreness  at once, and soon, the corn dries up  ind lifts right out without pain.  lie   saya  freezone  is  an  gther  compound   which   dries   immediately   and  .aever Inflames or even irritates the  iurrounding tissue or skin.   A quarter  ���������oi' an ounce of freezone will cost very  little  at any drug  store, but  is sufficient to remove every hard or soft  orn or callus from one's feet. Millions1  ������ American women will welcome this  .imouncement since the inauguration  ���������f the high heels.  Do not miss this important Address ofthe  Feries. It will help you  to understand the book  of Revelation. /  LONDONDIRECTORY  (Published Annually) '  Enables traders   throughout   the   world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  In euch class of goods. Resides being a complete commercial guide to London and Its  suburbs, the directory contains 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, on receipt of Postal  Order for $5.  Dealers seeking Agencies cau advertise  their trade-cards for $5, orlarger advertisements from $15.  You can not reach The Sun's  numerous readers except through  the columns of The Sun.  FARM LANDS  OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.  GRANT LANDS.  Title to ������ame revested in United States by Act  of Congress duted June 9, 1916. Two million  tnree hundred thousand acres to bu opened  for Homesteads tind sule. Power site tun her  and agricultural lands. Containing some  of best land left In United states. Now is  the opportune time. Large Sfcfioiml map  showing 'lauds and description oi soil, climate, rainfall, elevations, etc. Postpaid One  Dollar. Grant Lauds Locating Co., Box 610,  Portland, Oregon.  NURSERY   STOCK  PLANTERS-HH PREPARED. Send toclnv  for your copy of ILLUSTRATED SPRING  PRICE LIST of KOSES, TREES. SHRUBS unci  SEEDS. Reduced Prices. SPECIAL Ol'Th'R,  Local Agent \Vnutcd. Dominion Nursery Company, Vancouver.  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAKE  your   repairs  to   Arnison, shoe   re  pairer.    The   Hub.    Look for the   Big  Coot.  All Seed Grains Specially Hand  Cleaned.  At  HENNIGER'S  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for old Stoves  and   Ranges.    E. C.  Peckham,   secondhand Store.  INSTANT ACTION  SURPRISES MANY HERt  This grocer's story su.pn.ses local  people: "I had had stomach trouble.  All food seemed to sour and form gas.  Was always constipated. Nothing  helped until 1 tried huokthoro bark,  glycerine, etc., as mixed In Adler-i ka  ONE SPOONFUL astonished me  with its INSTANT action." Because  Adler-i-ka flushes the ENTIRE alimentary tract it relieves ANY CASE  constipation, sour stomach or gas and  prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action of anything wo ever sold.  Woodland & Quimi, d.juggist.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD  5, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.  Yale Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty"  P. A.  Z. . PARE,   Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street  WE PRINT  Letterheads  Noteheads  Billheads  Statements  Envelopes  Business cards  Visiting cards  Posters  Dodgers  Sliippingtags  Menus  Ball programs  Wedding invitations  Price lists  Pamphlets  Circulars  And commercial  and society print  of every^de-  PaysforThe  Sun for an  entire year. It is the brightest  paper in the Boundary cou itry  CI  eyeiancl - Dicycies  "Built to Last"  Without'a doubt, one ofthe Strongest Bicycles ever  built.  We have just received a large  shipment  of  Clevelands, in   various colors.    They are sell- ���������  ing  rapidly.    If you want one, call early, before the supply is exhausted.    ���������  Headquarters for High-Grade Sundries.  x      J. R. MOOTBOER  Bicycles Dealer and Blacksmith  Opposite City Hall

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