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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist May 8, 1914

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 ??������������������"*> KtV^iSti tJiZi&Xi 'ii^-JirSSXKiHki'-VS^JMKi  i'^^TOMTJ^W^'Wl'SVW.'i  I  Kettle Valley Orchardist  THIRTEENTH YEAR���������No. 28  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914  t<\  u  S-  "<:��������� 41.00 P^R YEAR  THECDSTTOTHE  CANADIAN PEOPLE  They Are Building the Can-  adian Northern for Mackenzie & Mann  Should parliament vote the $45:-  ���������000,000 hond guarantee proposed in  aid of the Canadian ,North'ern railway, the aggregate .'subventions in  the sinimntees and subsidies directly and indirectly reeeived-by this  company from;the p^opI./.if' Canada  when iwid will have exceeded'8300,-  000.000 These may be .set out approximately as follows :  Dominion   cash  subsi  -    die9 S 28,254,842  Dominion gu ir-mtees..    104,746,58-J-  Provincial guarantees..  129,345,000  In   addition   to   these' are some  400,000,000   acres   of  land .which,  while  not   granted   directly  to the  company, were received by it on account   of the  Lake Manitoba Railway &. Canal company, the   Winni-  .���������. pes ifc Hudson Bay railway and  the  Manitoba & Southeastern  railway.  Ofthe provinces British  Columbia  is easily the largest" guarantor  with  847,975,000.    These  guarantees, of  course, are for the principal^',sum,  but   the   various   governments are  liable for   the   interest' at varying  rates.    The list also takes  no  note  of tbe  exemptions   from   taxation,  provincial and   municipal, which "if  worked out would run to enormous  figures.    According   to Sir William  Mackenzie the sum expended on the  system   to   date amounts to $303,-  000,000, and something like  $100,-  000,000 will be required to complete  and equip it.    Thus the   road 'jbas  been constructed or acquired almost  entirely out of   the   guarantees and  subsidies   given   by  the  Canadian  people, while the promoters, through  the status and prestige obtained by  them in consequence of   their   connection with the system, have   been  able   to   make   large, and in many  eases, profitable   investments in the  Toronto and Winnipeg  street   railways, the Canadian   Collieries,   the  Canadian North Pacific  Fisheries,  British Columbia  timber  concerns,  besides large power and light  enterprises in Mexico and South America.  They dominate, besides,   the Northern Construction company, the con  structing   firm   which   builds   the  road,   and   in   that   way  they also j that the public  interest is protected  very conditions   which Mr.  Borden  has attached to  his presentaid proposal in   themselves   establish   the  accuracy of the criticism which  >ve  and others have directed against the  Canadian  Northern   promoters   for  several   years.    They   establish   in  the first place   that all the common  stock   was- held   by   Mackenzie &  Mann, Ltd!, who placed none  of   it  on the market nor used it, except in  a small amount pledged to the   Dominion government, .to obtai.i funds  with which to complete the system.  They   establish   the   fact   that the  stock was watered to   the  extent  of  at   least   $45,000,000,-the  amount  the government is- cutting out. and  that the'public'would hnve   had   to  pay dividends on I hat-watered stock  in the shape of enhanced freight and  passenger rates.    They   sh ov   that  out   of   a   total     cipitalizitiou   of  8145,000,000, $68,000,000   was   in  subsidiary companies, which is sug'  gestive. of   the  devious  operations  which brought the New   York, New  "Haven & Har.tford railway into  dis-  repute.    They .show,-in   brief,-that,  the met' ods pursued by the promoters, were.not in the   public interest  in the measure of public aid granted  to   the   enterprise.    If   they were,  these conditions never, could\ have  been imposed.. Mr. Borden obvious-  ly'thinks they are necessary.    The  Victoria/Colonist, which would have  applauded   any  proposal of  aid no  matter, how seriously-it .-affected the  public   interest,, evidently: ;. thinks  they   are   not.    We ' recall '."quite a  number  of  purple epithets hurled  by it at those "who-charged, that the  modus operandi of Sir William and  Sir Donald   was  open to suspicion.  ,   We are told.that  in   view, of the  costof the National i.Transcontinen-  tal railvyay to the people of Canada  we should not criticize, the ; proposal  of   further   aid.   to .the   Canadian  Northern   railway.    We wonder   if  this   contention   is made seriously.  Everybody knows that the National  Transcontinental railway   is owned  by the Canadian   people,  while   no  matter how much aid is given to the  Canadian Northern the public do not  and probably never   will own a foot  of it.    Moreover,    unless   adequate  safeguards are taken by the government there will be nothing   to  prevent Mackenzie & Mann from  turning  over   the   Canadian   Northern  when completed to the highest   bidder, withdrawing with it a  magnificent profit in addition to the profits  they made as contractors in the constructors of  the road.    Before  parliament votes   the   aid proposed by  the   prime   minister it should   see  Smelter'Has Treated 401,-  246 Tons of Ore During '  Present Tear  Blister Conper Shipped   to  Refinery,   6,900,652  Pounds  house on the ranch to the river  bank, built an addition to it and  converted it into a modern residence, with all city conveniences,  including electric lights and a splendid water' system. Mr. Morrison  now pays his undivided attention  to his orchard, vineyard and pure  bred poultry, all of which are in a  thriving condition.  For foe nine days ending April  30,'tr.e Granbv smelter in this city  trei-tnd 30,174 tons of ore, 29.933  toi'P of which were from the com  p'a"y's own properties and 241 tons  of foreign ore - For tho same period  Granby shipped 560,102 pounds of  blister copper.  During April the Granby treated  IO'!.15? tons of ore. 100,OS9 tons  being from rhe company's proper  ties and 1.064 tons of foreign ore'  The blister copper shipments for the  month were 1,692,102 pounds.  For the year the Granby has  treated a total of 401.246 tons of  ore, 393.249 tons being from the  company's mines at Phoenix and  7.997 tons from foreign properties.  The blister copper shipments for the  year were 6,900,652 pounds.  NEWS OF THE CfTY  G. Guise, of Midway,-who  has a  contract to haul 1000 tons of ore from  the Union mine in Franklin   camp,  returned on Saturday from Spokane  with   seven   heavy   new     wagons,  which will be put on the  ore   hauling route between the two points as  soon as the   road has been repaired.  Besides the  new wagons, Mr. Guise  has three old  ones.    He intends to  use   three ��������� teams   on    six   of   the  wagons, and   double   teams  on the  remaining   four,     making     thirty  teams in all.    On   the  three-team  wagons   he   expects   to   be able to  haul four tons of ore, and three tons  on   the   two-team   rigs, making * a  total of thirty-six tons   per trip.    A  temporary   blacksmith     shop   has  been erected near the  Pacific  hotel  for outfitting the.teams.    It   is  expected  that  it   will be two or three  weeks yet  before  the   North   Fork  wagon road can he put in  condition  for heavy traffic.  In the first football game of the  season in the Boundary at the  Mother Lode mine, between Grand  Forks and Mother Lode teams,  last Friday, the Grand Forks team  came out victorious by a score of '3  goals to 0 Two moter cars, one  from the Grand Forks garage and  the other from Burns & O'Ray's  livery, tranrported the players to  and trom ihe Mother Lode.  First Shipment Arrives in  Vancouver En Route to  the Refinery  Gloucester City, near the Union  mine in the North' Fork country, at  present is reputated to be tbe  most moral and Jaw-abiding city in  Canada It has one temperance  hotel, but both the'ehurch and the  saloon are conspicuous by their absence. A cynic the other day remarked that civilization bad not  reached that far north.  Chas. B. Peterson, Chas. Lovett  and Joe Gourley went over to  Princceton on Monday. They will  plant three or four acres into fruit  trees on Mr. Peterson's farm, two  miles from that city.  Charles Meggitt has returned  from a five months' vacation trip to  England. Mr. Meggitt'.s mother  accompanied him to this city, and  they are now making their home on  Mr. Meggitt's ranch, west of the  city.  J. B. Henderson, formerly a resident of this city, visited this week  at the homes of his daughters, Mrs. j  H. J. Lutley and Mrs. C. Caughlin.  He was en route from the coast to  Calgary.  The. first shipment of copper from  the .Granby,Bay Consolidated Mining  ������fe Smelting, company's new-, plant at  Granby Bay was.brought down from  the north a few days ago, and was  sent to a large refining firm m New  York.- There were 930 bars, in the  consignment,.the metal weighing 122  tons, and being'valued at 15 cents per  pound. It was stated at the Vancouver office of the company that now  the plant is in operation there will  probably be two shipments sent out a  month, of between 400 and 500 tons  each The bars are practically pure  copper, or what is known in mining  parlance as blister copper. The other  1 per cent is a mixture, of gold and  silver. "*  A   large   force   is  engaged at the  Granby mines and at the   concentrat  ing and smelting plant, between   700  and 800   men. being employed in the  various operations. Officials'of the conr-  pany   claim   ,that   their plant, is the '  mo9,t up-to-date and best equipped on '  the American continent-  Special     freight"    tariffs, .quoting  through   rates   from   Granby Bay to  points in the eastern states, have   recently   been   issued   by   the   Great  Northern railway.  Fred Anderson, city electrician,  has moved into Geo. Gowland's  residence, near the Cathoiic church.  Born���������-In Grand Forks, on Friday, May 1, to Mr. and Mrs. James  Hutton, a son.  profit from the railway constructed  by funds raised on securities guar  aoteed by the people of this country.  The Mackenzie & Mann newspaper champions regard such manipulations as highly desirable in the  interests of the country. They  stigmatize those who criticize these  transactions ae unfair and lacking  in patriotism  new. It was pursued by tbe organs  and hired mouthpieces of the Southern Pacific railway when that octopus was winding its strangling coils  around the state  of California  in every particular.  The new buildings of the Grand  Forks Concrete Company, Limited,  which was recently incorported  Heavy cannonading Monday j mi(ler the Companies act of British  morning signalized the formation of; Columbia with a capitalization of  log jams at the new C.P.R. bridge; $10,000, have now been completed,  in the West end. They were broken | and the company is ready to start  up with dynamite, blasting. j business on an extensive scale.   . The concern will manufacture concrete building blocks and is prepared  to enter into contracts to do concrete  work of every description.  Dan McKay,  of Kaslo,  who was  This   attitude is not! sentenced   to   ninety   days for vagrancy   from   this  city   last week,  died in   tbe Nelson jail on Friday  from apoplexy.  Mrs. Steivnard, who lives on Government avenue in the West end,  has been seriously ill during the past  Miss Netta Reid returned home  last Friday from Vancouver, where  she has been attending Normal  school.  Bert Reid, who has been attending college in Vancouver, returned  home on Monday.  Mrs. J. N. Campbell and  daugh  ���������*t ter Jean returned home on Saturday week as a result of poisoning caused  was pursued   by_ the ^supporters  of from a week-s visit with Mrs Camp. by ea*ting toadstools in  mistake   for  James McCormick and Thomas  Pritchard met an untimely death  early last Friday morning while  working at^the Rawhide mine, near  Phoenix, being asphyxiated by  powder gas after setting off a blast.  The bodies of the two men wtre.  found within ten feet of the face of tbe  drift by the morning shift going to  work. The two men were working  on the night shift, and after blasting before coming off shift, it is presumed they went back to see how  the holes., broke, as is frequently  done by miners, and were overcome  j by gas. McCormick has been in  Phoenix about five years, and had  been employed practically all the  time at the Rawhide and Granby  mines. He was about 35'years of  age, and a native of Michigan.  Pritchard was 25 years of age, and  a native of Wales. He has been  j working at the Rawhide for the  past two years, and was the sole  support of his mother in the old  country.  The following forest   rangers and  guards have been appointed for the  Grand Forks district for this   year:  j Forest   ranger���������C. A. Mix.    Forest  A special meeting of the city  council was held in the city hall on  Monday evening, Mayor Gaw and  all the aldermen being present. The  only business transacted was that of  awarding the contract for tearing up  the deck of the Fourth street bridge  and replanking the same. Ten ten-  der^rangingjn   price from $6  to.1 guards-William A.  McKay,  Rock  the New York, New Haven & Hart  ford railway, whose operations  pro-  v >ked state investigation following a  bell's parents in Phoenix  mushrooms.    She is now recovering  from the effects of her mistake.  George   Rutherford,   one  of  tbe ���������-   series of terrible catastrophies on the'pioneer   business   men    of   Grand      Mr.   and 'Mrs.   A.  D   Morrison  systam in consequence of its prosti- Forks, arrived in the city  on Tues- have moved from the city  to  their  tution to the greed of a   few   pluto-( day from Smith Falls, Ont.   He will ranch,    west   of   the   city   limits  crata who were milking it dry.   The remain here for a short time. Mr.   Morrison   ha,������  moved  the  old  $3,331} per 1000 feet, were received  The contract was awarded to G. C.  Smith at the latter figure. -Aid.  Bickerton's electric light bylaw also  came up for consideration, but owing the fact that it will entail considerable extra office work to put it  in force, its final passage was postponed until some future date, as the j  office s'aff is very busy at  present  Creek j E. Collier, Canyon City; S.  Dinsmore, Cascade; W. H. Dinsmore, Grand Forks, J. Christian,  Anaconda; to be appointed,  Carmi.  A special general meeting of the  Grand Forks Poultry association  will be held in the secretary's office  on Friday evening, May 8, at s  o'clock. ���������" '- JJ-JELLfi.'. VftlVI Al* i  "JCUJi L'.js.'wiwia *ir+t  '.���������AiV.l'j-He -i-itW'tni������'ii"&Tj(������*-r-  }!������������������  ;l   "  THE   SUN,    '3RAND   FORKS,   b. C.  i (  i!  * !  !!!  , - jr  I i i.  \f<   ?!  Ir is.   C  ,'��������� ������������������':  LVl.5  H  \iv>  I! 3  f I  ! J  3to(Sran&iF0rkH^un'pe?le t0 purchaye th8ir sup,,lief  > - at home, we do not   mean   that any  G. A. Evans. Editor and Publisher  es  y  SUBSCRIPTION KA'XBB :  /lie  Year  -. $1.50  ��������� ine Year (In advance)  1.00  1 'ne Year, in United States  1.60  Address all communications to  The Grand Ifoit-Ks Sun,  ���������hone R.74 Grand Pours. B. C  [ class  should   he  exempt'from this  : rule.    The citizens should patronize,.  FRIDAY,  MAY 8.   1914  There ia a splendid opportunity for some enterprising  person to make money by establishing a creamery n in this  city: It is not necessary to  have a sufficient number of  milch cows in this immediate  vicinity to keep such an enterprise supplied with cream  to successfully operate it. The  ranchers at Molson ship their  cream to Spokane, (Jurlew  and Ferry, but the farmers on  this side the line in that district'lack a market for this  commodity. That section is  one of the best dairying communities in the province, and  could easily keep a creamery  in steady operation. It would  be a convenient district from  which to increase the supply  should oue be established here.  ; the home stores, and the merchants, '  in turn, should patronize the local ,  industries and sell the products of  the local farms and orchards ,in  preference to imported wares. . In a  few instances the price might be  a trifle higher than ihe goods could  be obtained for elsewhere, but if the  people buying at home paid cash,  as they would be compelled to do if  they bought abro-id, we feel confi  dent that the difference would not  cover the express charges; and the  people would stand a very good  chance of g.-ttiug some of this money  back in the shap-* of donations for  public celebrations. Tin* phm outlined aliovo ,i-i worth trying.. -If  every citizen should resolve to adhere to it for ono 'year, ,it the end  of that, time the results would be so  marked that no on** would recognize  in it th.j present city.  For,these dark mornings  - produce' a tendency to  sleep in. Best thing you  can get to counteract this  tendency is a good reliable alarm clook. ��������� Our  stock is large, our prices  aro low, and every clock  is Guaranteed.  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELP1R -OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS.'B.C.  POINTLD PARAGRAPHS  is now open, for'business with'.a  fnll stock of '  Flour, also Feed for Horses, Cows, Pigs and  Hens at fair prices, and wo, solicit a share . of  "       ' your patronage.   , '; '     ,   ,  A Car  of  Cement and   a   Car   of   Seed  Wheat, Oats and Barley  arrived this week.    Also a full line of Intern*1-  tional Stook Food   on   hand.     Satisfaction  Guaranteed.'  Show   Rooms  on   First  Street  and Warerooms.in Colombia  MNfrv h'M'dly cares for  company  on ihe, cook's dav  off.  METEOROLOGICAL  A gentleman who has travelled  extensively all over the west, and  who ��������� is now a visitor in our city,  a few days ago made the -statement  to The Sun man that. Grand Forks  is tbe best town. If our citizens  would realize this fact more fully,  and all make an effort to pull in  tbe same direction for the advancement of the city, the result would  be a wonderful increase in the volume of business transacted here, as  well as give an impetus to building  activity and' the establishment of  wholesale and manufacturing concerns. The first essential factor in  planning a large and. prosperous  city is the unity of aim of its citizens; the second, which is of equal  importance, is that everybody  should patronize home industry.  This means the merchant as well as  the consumer of merchandise. The  mail order houses pay no. taxes or  water and light rates into our city  treasury;   neither   do   the   eastern  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week,,as re  corded by the government thermom  eter on E.- F. Laws' ranch:.  ���������I'Mn.  May  Max.  81  .76  60  64  65  62  .     74  Inches  Rainfall  0.08  1���������Friday  42.  2���������Saturday   ....  47  3���������Sund'13',  id  4���������Monday  39  5���������Tuesday  34  6���������Wednesday... 37  7 ���������Thursday  36  UpomIIv the possession of money  repr-se'.ts frugality and old age  Good people nre supposed to he  happv, but. their looks often belie it.  One kind of a hnsil-r is a man  who nwer has occasion to buy an  umbrella.  Having to hnv"'anything int������r-  fer<-s wirh the spiritual pleasure of  shopping.  Moi-p ppnpip might acquire vvis-  dom if they were not preoccupied  with foolishness.  No matter what the new spring  millinery may look like, it's a safe  prediction that it does not look like  anything else.  DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS AS^:  Bulatlng Pill for Women. $5 a boxor three foi  . $10. Sold at nil Drug Stores, or irmilcrl to any  i address on receipt of j.rice.   The: Scouci.i, I-si'.i  Co., St. C������ithitrinua. Ontnrio. _     _  Vitality; for  Nerve and I'rnin;  increases "i;r. y  Tonic���������will build yon up. $i a bovor  drnir stores,.or by mnil on r"P**irt  Scouell Divug Co., St.'Cdthiirines.  '0 CENT "CASCARETS"  FOR LIVER AND BOWELS  Sunday School Convention  The annual Sunday school convention for the Grand Forks district  will be held in this city on May 18  and 19, when meetings will be addressed by tbe provincial secretary,  Rev. I. W. Williamson, and the superintendent of the elementary department, Miss S. E. Spencer, of  Victoria. Mr. Williamson is so  well and favorably known here that  it need only be said that this will  be the first opportunity the people  of Grand Forks have had to  hear his report of the great world's  Sunday school convention held last  summer in Switzerland. Miss Bpen  cer   is   a   specialist   in elementary  Cure    Sick    Headache, . Constipation,  Biliousness,   Sour   8t.om=>ch,   Bad  Breath���������Candy  Cathartic.  No odds hoTv I:ad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head  achsr, Low miserable ycu are irom  constipation, indigestion, biliousness  and sluggish bov/sls���������you alv.-ays got  relief v.itli Car.carots, They immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the fiour, termor.ting food  and foul gases; take the- excess bile  from the iivcr and carry oft the constipated v:nsto matter and" porna  from tt.e ir.te-itincs., and 'cowel*. V  10-cc-nt bc:c frora your druggist '..ill  Vee-i your iivor and bowels clean;  stomach rv.'oJt and head clear for  months.    They work while you sleep.  manufacturing concerns or the large (work, and will show by model le-  printing offices in the cities. Therefore as factors in tmilding up our  city they might as well be located  on the planet Mars as in eastern  Canada, the coast cities or the  United States.    In   counseling   the  sons the latest methods of teaching  Bible truths to the young. The  series of meetings promises to be  helpful to young and old alike.  Full announcement will be made  next week.  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 ut Phoenix  ���������27���������Mother Li,ihi at Grand Forks  June 7���������Groen wrind ������l  Mother   Lode  11���������Grand Forks   at Green������voo(i.  I i���������Mother Lode ai Phoenix  ���������21 ���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  -4���������Greenwood at Grand Forks  2S���������Phoenix iit Mother Lode.  AT YOUR  SERYiCE  Modern Rigs and Good'  Horsesrat, All Hours  at r  the  Model Livery Barn ':.,  Burns $ O'Ray/Props.  Phone 68 Second Street  Will beautify the home and  give a rich appearance arid  finish to a room that cannot  be given in any other way,.  Our.- new papers will enable  you to do this. See our samples and be convinced.  WoodlandC&Quinn  The Rexall Druggists  Yale  Barber  Shop  Ku'/.t<i lf< ulriK a .Specialty.  Thqy are usually best  and most satisfactory  in the end.  WHITE WYANDOTTES  S, C. RHODE ISLAND REDS  EGGS FOR HATCHING  Orders taken for day old chicks  [ have two nice pens of White  Wyaixlottes m.-iti d up, andorie eiieh  of Reds.  Prices from either pen or mite pen  vou like, $'2, 00 per 12, S3 .00 pur '24  So 00 per ob' Day-old chicks, 25i-  each  All infertile fim* are replaced providing they are returned after rest on  the I()th day. : ...  Fifty setting hens wanted. Let me  know' what vou have j������ot.  El. EZ.W. Mills  GRAND    FORKS,   B.   C.  assie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  of Every Description  Bridge Street  Grand Forts, B. G.  BOTTLED BEER  is a^ home product of  real ��������� merit. Get a  a case today and try it  now    Ask for it.  GRAND F0RKSBREW9N0  COMPANY  $1,50  PER DOZEN,   DELIVERED  Win.  B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman  GRAND  FORKS, B.C.  Milk and Cream delivered to all parts of the city  daily. Dairy absosolutcly  sanitary. We endeavor to  please our customers.  Jl art in null en  All Kinds of Dray ing  DEALER IN  Wood and Coal  OFFICE AT  The Mann Drug Co. 's Stot e  PHONE 35  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for  A man likes to pone as a pillar of  some church when he is a candidate  for office.  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre 8  Mclnnis, Proprietors  i  i  ii THE   SUN,.  GRAND. FORKS,   B. C  Grand- Forks Canning Com  pany .Decides to Install  Plant at Once  A   sharesholders' ��������� meeting  of the Grand  Forks  Canning  company was held in the Canning building yesterday afternoon for the purpose of electing   a    board   of   directors.  There was a large attendance,  and  an  optimistic feeling regarding the company's future  operations  prevailed.     After  a general discussion on the affairs of the  company, the following directors were elected:  G.   M.  Fripp, John  McKie,  Tl.    C.   Kerman,   Wm. Bonthron,   E.    C.   iie/miger,   F:  fcihaw Baker and  l;. A. McKinnon.  At a meeting of the directors, last night, F. Shaw Baker  was elected president of the  company, and John McKie  vice-president.'  Tne new oificers are  very  And get it good, should be the main idea in  the matter of your Meat and Fish. A full  assortment may always bo depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon need only to bo  tried to be appreciated, and once used always called for.  a  Meat Merchants  Phone 1  First Street  toh'lZ*���������?"���������1���������*7 '������  Pu,>-,Co^^iaaswelIa9   in   Canada   at  lisn am'thiri"- lnfHPwn-������-,������ if      i>..*.    h..  lish anything inferior to it  long experience .of letters   h;       , ._  me that such pearl* oari   hi   produced  But   my  tau������ht  large when  it says.    The   business  men of Canada wfll not enjoy a  re-  __   turn   to   brisk   business   conditions  once, and mu-e only, in 10.000  years,   until this handicap is removed from  So I mu.-r return it     I  entreat  you   the western farmer.    The Mail   and  ro forgive me.     I am at your feet, the   "  slave iif \our shivHs.  Would Stick to His Dad  J-iok is  a   Ii'vkIv   youngster,   about  five years old, and the son uf <i   prom-      ^lv    , k,M I im-tit resident of .a   village   about   '20  enthusiastic over the future imdes from Toronto. Jack- has a  prospects Of the Company. The lively imagination arid is given to  Opinion Was   freely   expressed jrom>inuing.    The-other day, wild** the  loot-   n.-/.!^   J-l- :..���������'��������������������������� ���������*  last night that the plant can  be installed in time to handle  this year's berry crop. This  will  be good   news  Empire may console itself with predictions of "a million more acre.-*  under cultivation," but ' we doubt  the truth of the assertion. Give (he  west the fre^do-u to which it i^  justly entitled and it will respond hv  a revival of agricultural industry  that will'thrill the business arteries  of the whole Dominion.  ,   ..                ,         .���������',',     ,. Mother's Day  family were seared around the  dinner '  table, Jack slatted one ,,f   his   yarns. MothPrg' Diy will be celebrated in  His little sister .ebuked bun and  told special   song   and   sermon   morning  to    the'him that lie was Hbbin<_'.   Jack denied and evening in the   Baptist  church  stockholders,    as   unforeseen ' h     '  '     T       ^ 'Jaek deniecJ &nd evening in the   B^tisl chur<*  obstacle,  causitL txalous ^^^Z^"?-     ���������^d  a������  ������."  Friends of Rev, and Mrs. fl.  .Steele Gather, to  Bid  th^m Farewell  .* * \i  The directors of the Grand Forks  Agricultural ������������������-s^ociation met in the  board of trade rooms on Wednesday  evening and. transacted routine  business and discussed details for  the forthcoming fall fair. The most  important matter considered was  that of the proposed exhibition  building on'the fair grounds, and it  was decided to commence construction on this early enough so that it  can be completed in time for the  next fair.  obstacles, causing vexatious  delays, have recenntly occurred.  J. R. Dibble, an old employee at  the Granby smelter, was taken to  the Cottage hospital the first of the  week, suffering from a severe attack  of paralysis. At present he is in a  precarious condition, and. has lost  the power of his speech. His re  covery is despaired of, and his  friends in the east have been, informed of his condition.  A large gathering of members of  Holy Trinity parish, as well as personal friends of the Rev. and Mrs.  Henry Steele, assembled in the Parish  Hall on Monday evening, the occasion being a farewell reception tendered the ' retiring rector and his  estimable wife.  J. T.   Lawrence,   rector's   warden,  on behalf  of  the   members   of   Holy  Trinity parish, presented   Rev.   Steele  "with an  illuminated   address,   setting  "   forth the regret of the parishioners at  the departure of their rector to a new.  field   of   labor,   which   they   felt  he  was    quite    capable    of /occupying.  Reference wa3 made to the length   of  service which the reverend gentleman  had seen as  rector  of  Holy   Trinity  he haying taken charge of  the  parish  practically in its infanc}7, and through  his careful  nursing   and   attention   to  matters pertaining to the welfare   not.  only of the church but the   parish   as  well, he had had   the  satisfaction   of  seeing his   charge  grow,   until   today  Holy Trinity parish was  one  of   the  best in the interior.    The address was  .accompanied by a well filled purse.  The Rev. Steele replying to the  address thanked the members of the  parish for their many kind words, and  feelingly referred to his departure. Edward Orchard, who was taken  He had been rector of Holy Trinity t0 the C()ttags hospital last week  for over fourteen years, and Grand 8Uffering from an attack of paraly-  Forks had beeu the only home he had ���������       ���������  On a Touchy Topic  On a recent Sunday'afternoon at a  large_sanitarium devoted entirely~.to  tuberculosis, a young Methodist minister was preaching to the assembled  patients, nurses and doctors. In a  most vivid manner he was describing  the great peace, contentment and  happiness to be had in   the   world   to  repeated his wear a -white carnation or other  sister, ' "and if you������ don't .stop you white fiower on that day as an em-  won t tro to.nfi������i.v������n  blem of mother's love and fidelity.  A mother's day service will also be  conducted by Rev. Chas. W. King  at Danville, Sunday, at 3 p.m.  come.' Suddenly one of the patients, barrass the government or intensity  a girl of about 20 years of age, burst the clamor against the interests that  out crvinn-       .. the government represents.���������Victoria  nv  out crying.  "What is the matter?" was the gen  eral chorus, as the rest crowded  around her.  "Oh," she sobbed, "I wish he would  stop talking about heaven. I am  here paying $18 a week just to keep  out of that place "���������Life  won't go to heaven."  "I don't care if 1  don't,"  Jack   replied.   "I would rather go with papa."  From   the  tenor  of an Ottawa dispatch we gather that the vcommission '   .The louder a man talks the easier it  on   the ��������� high   wist   of   living   which  is to discredit everything he says,  started out for the west to investigate   .,!;,.;,���������,   i      u ii a        i   ���������        Don't forget that The Sun has the  conditions has   been   recalled,  and   is ������  e i   i    i    j       ���������        i ,     best joh printing deparrment   in the  now safely locked up in order to make '      f   ,       hi  .,   .. ...    ���������>,      t ���������               ...        c  Boundary country,  sure that it will not issue anything  of ��������� J ;   If you are tired of indifferent  work at high prices, try The Sun  job office. .We guarantee satisfaction, and are prices are right. We  have a splendid stock of stationery  on hand.  The Sun   is  the   best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  an   official    nature   that   might   em-  a  intensify  limes.  The   Regina     Leader  accurately  sums   up    the  situation   in   British  Rev. Lloyd, of Rock Creek, will  conduct services in Holy Trinity  church on Sunday, May 10.  Mrs. Hirsohberg arrived in tie  city on Tuesday from England, and  will visit at .the home of her daughter, Mrs E. F. Lav\s, for some  time. She was accompiuied by her  maid.  Frank Mi!l*-!i.\ senior   m-mber   of  the firm of Miller it Gardner, is con  fined to his horn*! this week   by   illness.  The Polite Chinaman  Newspaper   editors   in    China   do  things differently.    This   is   how   the  editorial arbiter   of   the   "Tsin   Pao"  declined.a contribution to its coiunins:  "Most venerable  brother   of  the   sun  and; t|ie   inoofi,   you.���������  fbn-e   bo.vs  at  your  feet      1   kiss   the< eait.h   before,  you,    I   implore   your   peruiissinii   to  Sieak and to-leave      Y������*iir iii'isr.   venerated manuscript   passed    beturt*.   our  eyes   and   we   were ' ravi.ihed   bv   it.  With fear- and trembling I   return   it.  If I ventured to publish it   the   president   would   order   me   to   tike   i\,u  jewel as a   model   and   ne>er  depart  "IS  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always.on hand.  Highest market price paid for live  stock.  ! PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  i ��������� ' ���������   Special Offer  known during his   married   life.    He  regretted leaving the parish, but  considered he  vvas   doing  so  at  a   time  when it was  best  for  all   concerned.  He had seen the   parish grow during  all the years he had  been   its   rector,  and was pleased  to  state  that  Holy  Trinity was in'a  better  position   and  on   a   more solid   foundation   today  than ever before  sis, is recovering.  Geo. L. Wolf, the Republic mining man, was in the city on Mori  day.  A  M  '/  /���������/  Send  for  OUR  Ffibb  RtNO  List  To. Day  Poit  Free.  i,a.?leJ.m .VIS'** "n>> om:r' Solid M-Ct- WedUin* Rini! and tlthtr  Sol d Gold Kccp.r Hint- for 3 /��������� f7J dollar,,) matted f?ee to an J  address in tha ������orld, ors.nd ii., now, and Pay IS, on d"lTCrr  _ . ���������   -*���������~t w. r  A program, consisting of vocal and      ������ *>ooc,  Col. Lowery, of the Greenwood  Ledge, was in the city last Saturday.'  Take your repairs to Ai'tiison, shoel  repairer-.     The Hub.     Look   for the  instrumental   selections   was   carried  "I it is entirely easy for a fortune  out, the evening being brought to a teller-to read a woman's mind after  close after the serving of refreshments, 'a little diplomatic questioning.  SHORT and SfOTPY  Tho eecfrot of the success of our  Want Ads. Is that thoy aro short  and snappy. Pcoplo llko a plain  business story told in a fow worda  and If thoy want anythtng--fhoy  rofor to tho placo whoro thoy  will find it with tho loast trouble,  viz., tho Classified Want Ads. la  your business roprosentod thoro.  Masters' marvellous value, solid 22-ct. Wedding Rine and  eitheri8-ct,Geml'infflsetwithDiaii onds RubiesPearls.Ac.for  40/- (of dollars), or 20/- with order and 20'-on delivery.  Special attention given to loreign enquiries. Write for List,  MASTERS', Ltd.. Hodo Stereo, KYE. Eng.  fl   f|  n      ff tin* Ctuli (in- Ottlivriw .S.vrr'tn is in u.s������*  In your criinirry,  flicn   you  !������������������������������*������!��������������� 1  U1U1U1    n'miiI  III,- for t;:t|i������'r two Kiiitf.s you xc*lf*ct, and pnv lifi'iiiittn wl,eii yon riw'i'm*  I  Kin-,'.". MASTERS,   LTD.,   RYE,  ENG.  ���������< 1 ly  izwnBEEsan . j^^uj vO i^ jTj^tW.****.!* U#4T TM4  fiu.-i-wi'io "������������������--*7������v������*vJ(rr'Jr. **. s 11* MJ,*.l.;a.'3f[.^X) Ti^r-f-iinVrn-������<������-.������������,-  !'f  THE   SUN.    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  ���������i 'i  M  ii  ' i  i !  1 j  i ;  !��������� i  Wie.  t   'V1.  u !<���������;'  1 J  I? /������'���������  m  Hi-  It?;     -  Nf--;  j'i ������,"  Ii*"?. .������������������  11 'A  -  I; '-'-'  "  |-.'.?5  -���������  11  /!   '  Ii, '<  m OF THE CITV  The Phoenix football team will play  the Grand Forks club at the race  track in this city on Wednesday afternoon, May 13, at 4:30 o'clock. Mr.  Luxon, of Mother Lode, will referee  the match. The Phoenix players will  make the trip to this city in autos  The rules of the Boundary league require that all players must be regis  tered, and Grand Forks has registered  twenty one, Mother Lode thirty, and  Plioenix thirty one. After the game,  the visitors will be tendered a supper  by the local club.  The water in both the main Kettle  river and the North Fork is lower-at  present than it has been at this ������ sea  son in any previous year within the  memory of the oldest inhabitant.  The Grand Forks- and Phoenix  football teams have entered in the  football tournament at the Victoria  day celebration in -Midway on the  ���������25th inst.  Glenn Sampson  Fritz Schliehe  Gwen  Mcllwaine  Ethel Jacobsen  Viola Pell  Mary Cooper  Ted Dempsev    '  Garibaldi Bruno  Aurena Barnum  Lily Ardiel  Kathleen Iter by  Earl Kelleher  EngemanJacobsen Anna Benin  Murrel Galloway    Muriel Spraggett  Fred Meinel      "     Ethel  Wright  Eddie Mcllwaine   Joe Beran  Mildred Hutton     Frank Verzuh  Loretta Lyden  FayTryon  Laura M. Allen  Edith Coryell  Clarence Crosby  oivision iv.  Donald Laws Harold Fair  Bernard Crosby      Rohert O'Connell  Dorothy Jacobin AmbroseMcKinnon  Helen Campbell      Emery Todd  Lizzena It ving  Wilfrid Brown  Rosa Peterson  Vera Donaldson  Doris Burd on  Cecelia Lvden  Phyllis Atwood  Francis Fritz  Vrrnon Siddall  Vernon Forrester  Amy Murray  Alfred Downey  W. O. Miller,, district superintendent of the C. P. R., and Traveling  Passenger Agent Sterling and Resident Engineer Walkem, were in the  city on Tuesday. They travelled in  a private car.  Born���������In Grand Forks, on Wednesday, May 6, to Mr. and Mrs.  Steeves, a daughter.  BrendaHumphrevs Ray Forrester  Ewing McCallum   Russell Stewart  Amv Heaven George Letnaster  MarpnretMichener Ruth  Erickson  Zoe Kirk Lottie Peterson  Vernon Smith Gordon War ray  Bernice Kennedy   Anna Anderson  Helen Mussie Peter Miller  ditisio.v v.  Morris Hainsnn       Oladvs Bryenton  Harold Hood Chnstoj-her^'Peil  Florence Mrlntyre Annie. Crosby  Jennie Miller George Meikle  Teddie Cooper        Glory Morrison  Corena Harkness   Marie McEHiot  Isabelle Glaspell  Tony Hudoklin  Julia Downey  Cordelia DeLisle'1  Thomas M.cElliot  Walter Lnrsen  SCHOOL REPORT  The'follow ing is the  list of  pupils,  in order of merit, for   the   months   of  March   and   April   as  determined by  written tests.  principal's division.  Edith Barlow        Vera Reid  Sam Montgomery Myrtle Spraggett  Tracy        Harold Massie  Gladys Ardiel  Joyce MacLeod  Arthur Gilpin  Alice Spraggett  Frank Hartinger  Robert Holmes  Dorothy Morrison Maudie Peckham  Marie Fritz I-via Michener  Grace Redpath  Dean Galloway  A via Michener  Henry Fritz  Pauline Sloan  Harry   Bowen  Ronald  Rennie Iteron  Alice Bowen  Archer Davis  Hilda Hood  Ulric  McCallum  Emma Need ham  Ronald McDonell  Harry Kelleher ���������  Edward Potentier Jeannette Reburn  Alice Galipeau        Amelia Wiseman  Norma Ericson       Fred  Wiseman  Aleeta Nichols       Joseph Rowlandson  AntoinetteSchlieheSam Ericson  Marg. Mcllwaine  Hugh Wells  El vera Walker  Maudie Reburn  Amy  Frankuvit h  Archie Symes  DIVISION II  Mildred Meikle      Laurena Nichols  H>-ath  Hales Gordon Fulkerso-i  Ida DeCew Blair Cochrane  Edith Larsen Helen Peterson  Catherine. Stafford Holder Petersen  Quiatin Quinlivan Marie Barnum  Muriel Redpath     Harriett  Gaw  Hector Morrison  Lawrence Holmes  Ray Quinlivan  Adolf Peterson  Vera Radpath  Willard Shaw  Alexis Fulkerson  Walter Peterson  Thomas Reburn  Wilfred Holmes  Merle  Herr  Rpginald Hull  Uvo Wells  Stanley Massie  James Lvden  Abram  Mooyboer  DIVISION VI.  Lenore Cronant      Reid McKie  May Smith  Willie Harrison  Eloise Stafford  Emile Painton  Dennis O'Connor  Cleo Montgomery  Emma Irving  George Hodgson     Alice 'Ryan  Guner Lindgren  Helen Simpson  Margaret Fowler  Harry Steele  Howard DeCew  Willie Sprinthall  Robert Tryon  Nellie Mills  May Crosby  Margery Keron  Randolph Davis  DIVISION VII  Beulah Stewart  Harold King  Cecelia Crosby  Clara Brunner  Isabel Bowen  Charles Bishop  G'ailys   Dimniitt  Joseph Gretiier  Corvl Campli* M  B'ai ch Keini dy  Dougla* Barlow  Ray Brown  Lee Sun  David McDonald  Boyd Nichols  Tannia Barlee  Grace Wiseman  Esther Anderson  Frances Latham  Jack Brau  Charlie Cooper  Lue Soy  G ladys M oLauchlan  Petor Peterson  Mary Miller  Ellen Harkness  William Lam  Amy Peckham  George Brown  -CLASS A.  Mary Errett  Oswald Walker  James Need ham  William Nelson  Orville Baker  Dean Kennedy  \Wlf-y Todd '  A"������us McDonald  Grace Green  Valeria Taylor  Armand Del isle  Svdnev Buxton  N^ck Sv-itlichnoff  Alberta M* Leod  CLASS B.-  Raymond Hums.   Leo Mi Is  Don thy Meikle-   Harold Quinlivan  Frances U'Ren       Willie Kiilim-nii  Ren wick Williams Gladys   -XniiMin  Thelma Hutton      Ellis'\Vo.-d.x  Herhert Dinsmore John Herr  William Meikle  George Cooper  Violet Walker  Lloyd Cronant  Lillian Kelliher  Ralph Gill  Fred Dempsey  Harry Atwood  Demaris Ryan  Agnes Stafford  DIVISION ill.  Margaret Graham Dorothy Burns  Earl King Susan Brown  Sarah McCallum    Harvey Holden  KathleenO'Connor Lyda Kelleher  Gladys Latham      Bessie Harrison  Hope Williams      Hope Benson  Frances Sloan        Gwen Humphreys  Flora McDonald  Mary Beran  ', John Meinel  (Lilian Hull  Grace Graham  I Ruth Eureby  ! Leonia Reed  Willie .Swit.lii-hnoff  Law. McKiririon  Regiria d Heaven  Leona U'Ren  ��������� Afonse Galipeau  Johanna  Lam  DIVISION VIH���������SECOKD   PRIMER.'  Harry Dmvtryk     Nellie Allan  Veryl Steeves  Alice Peterson  Willie Smith  Fred Cooper  j Connie Bnrdon  i L. Humphreys  j Lizzie Gordon  I Earl Stewart  4>  Lewis VValrlon  Dorothy Schlieh*'  Adrian ne Lam  Margaret  Bruno  James Pell  Vera Lyden  Clifford Bouch  WP   Opened  Shoes   made   to order  Repairing   a specialty  No   exorbitant   prices  Your patronage solicited  A. BAUMGARTNER  HENNIGER'S NEW   BUILDING  BRIDGE STREET  FIRST PRIMER.  Chow Fung Alva Taylor  Annie Crosby        Frank Worden  Clare Donaldson    Lola Baker  Kenneth Campbell John Lane  Myrtle Dimmitfc    Pearl Baau  Clare U'Ren  Anita Jacobsen -  Evelyn Stafford '  Helen O'Connell  Gunnar Halle  Hardy Gn'swold  John de Viser  John Peterson  Dorothy Latham  Jeff Rvan  Aubry Keeling  Elsa Moreila  Konneth Marray  Maye Farmer  Lillian Brown  Herbert Heaven  Joseph Japp  Henry Stacey  Ethel Wiseman ���������  DIVISION IX���������A" CLASS.  Irene Frankovich Ethel Miller  Frances Stafford Annie Marovich  Horace Green Fern Sheeley  Teddy Caron Jennie Allan  Irene Montgomery Nora Harris  Regina Frechette Emily Penrose  Fred Galipeau Clarence L. Mason  Llovd Quinlivan Vivian  MacLeod  Stuart Ross Ruby Eyer  Elsie Nelson'  B CLASS.  Clifford Brown       Alice Erickson  Chariot L'uscombe Ernest Green  Rita Niles Gladvs Siddons  Agnes Dimniitt      Charlie Shannon  John Bhiekins        Jack Mil let-  Joe Bishop Grace Brau  Peter Swltlichnoff Helen  Wiseman  Walter Anderson   Helen Wharton  Mary Flernming  C CLASS  Ester Laurie  Evelyn Lindeborg  Ivan Morrison  Sylvester Kraus  Doris Kennedy  THE  IRECTORY  O'tiWished Annually)  KmiMes traders  throughout  the   world   to  communicate directvwith English  M ANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  In each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London arid its  .suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EX PORT M ERCH A NTS  with tlie Hoods they ship, and the Colonial  and Foreign Markets tliey supply;  STEAMSHIP LINES  arranged under the Ports to which they sail,  and liuiicating'thu approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in  the principal provincial towns and Industrial  centres of tiie United Kingdom.  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IS-r,  ft  mm  swmitmm  tsmomiamumiiwmmtjmimi THE   SUN,   ^RAND   FORKS,   b. C.  '     1910  May 30���������Madero enters race for the  presidency.       .   ���������  June   27��������� Porfirio   Diaz re-elected  president.,.  November   20���������Rebels   take   Vera  Cruz.  -November  25���������Revolt  ends.     Madero estates confiscated.  November 27��������� Five hundred rebels  shot by order of the   government.  December 1���������Diaz inaugurated.  December    5���������Government    peace  !;������corn mission fails.       '   "   '  December 17���������Diaz army  beaten at  La Junta.  1911  IMirnary   6���������Mexican    troops  flee  Juarez   when   rebels   surrounded  town.  March 9���������American troops   ordered  ��������� In Texan points,  March 25���������Diaz cabinet quits.  March 28���������New'cabinet named.  April o���������Madero issues  ultimatum  declaring Diaz must resign.  April 23���������Armistice made.  May 25���������City   of  Mexico  in hands  ��������� of mob.  May 26���������Diaz resigns.  May 27���������Diaz escapes.  August   3���������Vasquez Gomez   ousted  from cabinet.  August 31���������Madero   elected "presi  .dent. i  December 7���������Reyes starts   new   re-;  volt: ���������  1912  February 12���������Rebels name Vasquez  Gomez leader.  October 17���������Felix Diaz seizes  Vera  Cruz.  October   24���������Diaz   capturued   and  imprisoned.  - "     , 1913  January 13���������Rebels fire on   American,troops at ;Fabens, Texas. .  January 26J���������Truce announced.  February' 9���������Diaz   .followers seize,  Mexico' City arsenal.  February 18���������Madero  thrown  into  prison by Gen. Huerta.  February   23���������Madero     shot     by  soldiers while trying to escape.  March 1���������United States government  refuses to recognize Hu'erta's government.  1914  April   2���������Torreon   taken   by Villa  after a week of fighting.  April 9���������American marines arrested  in   Tampico.'    Their released ordered   after   protests    by   Rear-  Admiial Mayo.  April 14���������Atlantic fleet  ordered   to  Tampico!  April 19���������Huerta refuses demand of  United States that he order salnte  of   American ' flag as an apology  for the arrest )f marines. -  April   20���������United   States   congress  places army and navy at disposal  of President Wilson to enforce demands,  How to Dresis Poultry  In the first place,   keep  eighteen  hours without  food   before   killing.  To dress chickens, kill   by  bleeding  in mouth or open veins of the neck.-  Leave head and neck on and do not  remove the intestines. ��������� For scalding  chickens   the   water   should   be as  near the boiling point   as   possible.  Be careful not to tear or remove the  outside skin, as it spoils the saie   of  them.    To dry-pick chickens   properly, the work should be done while  the  chickens  are  bleeding; do not  wait and let  the   bodies   get   cold.  Before    packing    and      shipping,  poultry should be   thoroughly   dry  and cold, but   not  frozen.    Always  see that the animal heat is  entirely  out ofthe body.    Appearances  add  to   the   sale  and, of course,- price.  The same applies to all the" rest   of  poultry.  "Trulh is stranger than   fiction."  "That's why I give my   wife   fie  tion.     She'll barely helieve that."  We can't all be happy or even  allowed to' choose' our own way of  being unhappy'.  Victoria day will be celebrated in  Midway on the 25th inst. this year.  We   all   get   our  picking up ideas  start  in life bv  ** ���������^f ~1>*,'������**kMitr^)*>on*u.cr  BLACK  30UR, ACID, STOMACHS,  :       GASSS OR INDIGESTION  Each "Pape's Diapepsin" digests 3C00  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.  1-  Time it! In f.ve minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion,  heartburn, sourness or belching of  gas, acid, or eructations of undigested  food, .'no 'dizziness, bloating, foul,  breath!.or headache.  Pape's Diapepsin is noted for- its  speed,in regulating upset' stomachs.  It is the surest; quickest stomach remedy in the whole world and besides it  is harmless. 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 the quickest,  surest and most harmless stomach  doctor iu the world.  Fill she Egg Basket  faster- than any other  variety.  EGGS FOR HATCHING:  S3.0������J   per  Setting   of 13  How to  ave  oney  v  Rliode Island Reds  Eggs for Hatching ; . -  S2.00 per Setting of 13  Two 1-year-old Rhode  Island Red prize winning   cocks   for   sale.  John T. Lawrence  Grand Forts, B. C.  The hot weather will soon be here, with  the attendant supply of flies.  Have your Screens fixed and your Screen  Doors placed and save doctor and drug  bills by barring the disease-bearing fly  from your home.  We have a complete line of Screen Doors  in   standard sizes   and qualities.    Also  "   Window Screens and Wire Cloth. -  ���������   ' t   .        ���������  Our stock of Refrigerators is second to  none and contains many designs and  qualities suited for every one, and the  prices���������they are right.  See us before you buy and you will' 'Save  Money."  MILLER^GARDNBR  Complete Home Furnishers  h  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made   to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENGE  0  We can supply you with SALT for your  freezer. . Also Table Salt ami Coarse  Salt for cattle and horses.  "Our Rest" Flour, $3.50 per 100 lbs  $1.75 per   50 lbs  Everything in Flour and Cereals.  GRAND FORKS  FEED CBb PRODUCE COMPANY  Special Discounts for Cash  fa  regressive  usmessmen  se Only the  The other kind are satisfied  with the class of stationery  used  by   their  forefathers.  What position do you, Mr.  Merchant, occupy in the*  procession of Businessmen  today? z_/lre you right up  next to the band wagon,  where you should be, or are  you straggling along in the  rear, letting the other fellow. .  have the clear road, while  you have to take, the dust?  Advertising is the cornerstone of every ��������� successful  business enterprise of today,  and attractively gotten up  Business Stationery is as  essential to the smooth running of any business as oil  is to a machine.  How is your business building progressing ��������� are   you  satisfied with the returns so  far?   Are you getting a hundred cents  -worth  of value  for every dollar y ou pay' on  ^our printing  account?     If  you are in need of expert  advice   regarding    anything  you always consult a person  who  has  studied that particular   line ---a   specialist.  Why not consult us when in  need of Stationer})? We are  specialists in this line and are  prepared to submit samples  and quotations on  request.  Print Shop  Telephone  R 74  O  0  Q  llftliliM*^^  iJ^MTOMimMMHffl .A'\. ;  \-V}' -'  l'j:' . i  .-11  is'K '<  ! I'.,V  111  (15  I h .I'll $  FID  Hi  fi i-  Hi!  <L   to;  {'   ?*  iji/-  f  i ���������  ������>- i  ���������fc.  t j*  '-"^"^"W,���������^^^  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  Station Agent and Eancher  Violate Fruit Inspection  Regulations  Instructions   to  institute   proceed  ings against the Great Northern   railway station agent at  Myncaater   and  also   against   a   rancher named Bur  dick   were    forwarded     on    Tuesday  from Vancouver by  Fruit   Pests   Inspector Thos. Cunningham on   receipt  of information from the   customs   de  partment of an alleged serious breach  HANSEN 8 GO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  YoL Gait Goal  N.  ow  Office !.  F. Downey's Cigar Store  Telephones;  Office, RR6 Efrtf Qtr-ppt  Hansen's Residence. R38r,,al uUBBl  of the fruit inspection regulations.  It "s stated in tha report that Bur-  dick recently ordered a large quantity  uf fruit trees to be sent from Oregon  to his runoh at Ruck Creek, and that  the station agent at Myncaster released them without notifying the  customs or the fruit' inspection de  partment. As a result the trees have  been planted in Burdick's orchard  without undergoing fumigation for  insect pests.  "We have had a few cases of this  nature before, and we will not allow  the other growers to run the risk of  having their orchards destroyed \by  disease. We will not only prosecute  the station agent and the man who  owns the. trues, but we will make h:m  rake them out of the <j rou rid and send  thorn to our fumigating plant iu  Vancouver and have them fumigated  before they are. replanted," says In  spector Cunningham.  1EWS Of' Tl  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  NA/OOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  PHONF 64 .   GRAND FORKS, B. C  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness   shop at my  old  stand on fridge street, and will manufacture  IV-pw H 58 m Pec and do  a11 kmds  of  rNeW nam eSS harness repairing. All  work guaranteed.  Your patronage is solicited.  Free  Lost can never be recalled, and you  lose   one if you   miss   seeing   our  .   splendid line ot  Fine and Work Shoes  before buying. Our stock is bought  direct from the best manufacturers  both in Canada and the United  States.    No  trouble  to show  you.  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  0*111 Its Branches  Boundary Trust CBk  Investment C o., Ltd.  Established 1901  First Street  .As Knox Presbyterian church is  undergoing repair?, services will be  held in the opera house, Winnipeg  avenii", next Sabbath, May '10, at  the usual time at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.' Sunday school at 2:30 pm.  Rev. .J. S. Henderson, M A., of New  Westminster, formerly pastor of St.  Andrew's church and now president  of the famous champion lacrosse  team of New Westminster, , now  secretary of Social Service and  Evangelism for British Columhia,  will preach both morning and evening. -   Don't fail to hear him.  amaaam^ieMiM^  Judge Cochrane and W. S. Jones,  returned on Tuesday from a fishing  trip to Christina lake.  Harry Maik<, a Granby electrician, was t'lken to the ,'hospital on  Monday, with a cut and bruised  head, the result of a fall at the  works. He Ml on his bend among  some coal. The injuries were not  serious.  Mr. and Mrs.. E. R. .Redpath  left Tuesday for a short visit to  Spokane.  Miss Hazel-Redpath returned on  Saturday from Victoria, where she has  been attending St. Ann's  Academy  Our spring stock' of Hats is now on  display. We've gathered them from  the best hatters . known to. the trade.  - They are Correct Hats���������Hats that  Fashion says are correct. ' The changes this season in shapes and colorings are very marked,  and OUR CASH SYSTEM of doing business,  enables you to buy this season's hat much  cheaper than' before; we-get the' money for  every .dollar's worth of goods sold,, therefore can  afford to give the right prices; no profits put on  our goods "to make up for bad debts. We don't  give credit to anyone���������the credit system is responsible for the high cost of living.  Work on the provincial lock-up  in Phoenix, the tenders for which  were let last fall, will be started at  once.  C. M. Campbell, assistant superintendent ofthe Granby, says that  be has heard nothing regarding the  rumored closing down of the Granby smelter, and that there is no  reason for a shutdown, as the smelter is running full blast tind in apparently good condition.  . Our store .is the MEN'S SHOE IM-  PORIUMfor the city.    Included in  our stock are' the best makes of Canadian,   American and  English made  Shoes.    For Comfort, Fit and Style they have  no  rival,  and the prices are even lower than  you would.pay for inferior footwear.  Call and inspect, our Fresh  Stock before buying.  Dr. C. M. Kingston went up to  Phoenix on Thursday to assist Dr.  Ritchie perform an operation on Mrs.  N. J. Carson. The operation was  successful.  Joseph Darragh, of   Midway, was  in the city on Wednesday.  kTOBEara^raffliWft^^  With more justice  comes less cle  sire to talk about it.  For Sale���������33 Winchester  repeater;  take-down.  Apply this office  Louis Ware, of   P. Burns &. Co.'s,  left    Wedrr-sd;iv    nonn   fur   Gr-*en  wood, where he   will   remain   for  a  week.  Grand Forks Won  In the hasehall game on the 3rd  inst. between the Grand Forks and  Cascade cluhs at the fair grounds in  this citv. Gr-wxl Furks won bv a  score of 10 t<> fc>. Ii w:is an excit  ing 2-mh^. Cascade |������d tin till the  eighth innings, wrVn the-Grand  Forks players hunched .-.Their hits  and broiiL'hr, in fo'ir runs. The following players comp-i.*>ed the two  tea rns:  Grand Forks. Cascade  V. Jaeger....Centre field.....M. Myers  B. Cook Shortsi<>|.  ,H.  VV  ler  C. MeEeod.... . Catcher.. B. Mclntyre  W. Cronant....Second base..\V. Gurley  B. Donaldson ..First base.. 13 Stanaway  A. Murno Left field...O. Johnson  R. Gill Ri������ht field...11. Gordon  G. Lequime. ...Third base..II. Gardner  Stone Pi"-cher S   Rowens  Umpire���������J.W.Green, Grand Forks  The Sun only costs 81 a'year,  prints all the news.  It  Notice  Notice is heieby given that if the  rock left in the rear of,my shop last  summer is not removed within a  month the same will be sold.  A  A. Frechette.  Dated April 16, 19!4.  10 CENT "CASCAEETS"  .      IF BILIOUS.OR COSTIVE  For  Sick   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  Sluggish Liver and Bowels���������They  work while you sleep.  Ji: YOUE CHILD 18 CROSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  Look   Mother!     If  tongue   is  coated,  cleanse little bowels with "California Syrup of Figs."  Mothers can rest easy after giving  "California Syrup of Figs," because in  a few hours all the clogged-up waste,  Bour bile and fermenting food gently  ! moves out of tho bowels, and you have  j a well, playful child again.  ]     Sick children needn't be coaxed to  i take  this   harmless  "fruit   laxative."  Millions of mothers keep it handy because  they  know  its  action  on   tiie  stomach, liver and bowels is prompt  ' and sure.  i Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot-  ; tie of "California Syrup of'Figs," which  I contains directions for babies, children  I of all ages and for grown-upa.  Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and  clogged bowels, which cause your  stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments  like garbage in a swill barrel. That's  tile first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yoUow  skin, mental fears, everything that is  horrible and nauseating. A. Ctiucaret  to-night will give your constipated  bowels a thorough cleansing and  straighten you out by morning. They  work while you sleep���������a 10-cent box  from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months.  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 to  1300 lbs.; one matched sorrel team.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks,B.C.  Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C. Peckham,  Second hand Store.  IT- WILL MAKE YOU  HAPPY  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 tbe  lately discovered, high-priced Adrenalin Chloride with other powerful curative principles, and IT STOPS THE  PILE  PAIN  IN ONE MINUTE!  So sure are wo that Steam's Pile  Remedy will benefit you that we will.  REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are  )>nt satisfied.  <jTh.s is the only pile remedy that  wc can guarantee and we know you  will thank us for telling you about it.  We have  the exclusive agency.  WOODLAND  &  QUINX.  A SPECIALIST WHO CURES  Many so-called specialists make  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures. My record-of  J 6 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 cu.re 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 aud  I can cure you, if your case is  curable.  MY OFFEPt! 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 j  DR. &ELIEY 210 Howard Street, Spokane  'I  .1!  7  ','���������1  1


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