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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist May 15, 1914

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 *JV.,t  w<  s v*-V.I.I / /'/'/ /  Kettle Valley Orchardist  *<, ���������  THIRTEENTH YEAR���������No. 29  GRAND FORKS, B. C., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  Court of Kevision Will Be  -Held on June 18 in the  City Hall  The mayor and all the aldermen  were present at the regular meeting  of the city council, held in the  council chambers on Monday evening.  A communication from '.legistrar  Dunbar, of Kam loops, stated that  the agreement between the city'of  Grand Forks' and the Kettle Valley  Railway company had been regis  ��������� tered.    .  Malinger Rolston, of the British  Columbia Telephone company! informed the council that the crossing  of city and telephone wires at the  ���������corner of Government avenue and  King-street'is in a dangerous condition. -Referred to the chairman of  the water and light committee.  A  petition    was   received    from  Robert Gaw,   John Donaldson,   W.  J. Cook,    et al., for  a  four-foot cement sidewalk on Ida avenue, from  Cecil street to   Winnipeg  avenue, a  distance   of" about-324 feet.- The  petitioners stated that they  wished  the sidewalk placed about  four feet  from the property line, so  that   the  space   between ' it   and   the lawns  could  be   boulevarded.    After discussion, the locating the   walk   was  left to the board of works,  and that  body was also empowered to  act  in  having it constructed.  The   chairman   of   the   board of  works reported that the grading  of  the Winnipeg avenue hill had prac  tically   been   completed;   that   the  shed   for  vehicles  and  tools at the  city hall wa. finished; that the tower  on the fire hall had been  extended;  that   the   work  of replanking  the  Fourth   street   bridge   was in progress, and that the work of opening  up the street from Observation avenue  to  the  Great Northern station  had   been   started,   but the board  had not yet secured the right of way  from Observation avenue to   Water  street   from  the townsite company.  He suggested that  the members  of  the  board  wait on the manager of  the company in a body the following day.    If the lots required could  not   be   obtained   at  a  reasonable  price, he favored  extending   Main  street to Cambridge avenue,   thence  following that thoroughfare  to Water street,  Most of the members of the council expressed a preference for the  latter route, and it was decided to  adopt it, provided the Carter family  could not  prevail  on  the townsite  matter was referred to the chairman  of the board of works.  The chairman of the finance committee recommended the payment  of the city payroll and the month's-  accumulation of accounts, -which  jvas concurred in by the council. ���������  '.' Aid. Henniger -thought that the  $5 license fee which accompanied  the tenders for replanking .the  Fourth street-bridge should be" returned to the unsuccessful bidders.  On motion of Aid. Henniger and  McCallum, the council decided to  return these men their money. It  was understood, however, that ,in  future no tenders submitted by  parties who did not hold a contractor's ' licen would be considered.  The chairman of the water and  light committee,reported that some  repairs were needed at the substation. The chairman was given  power to'aut. *  W. J. Mc-Ihtyre, through the  chairman ' of thn water aud light  committee,    mad,}- a,ppli<_������ui.ui   for  Wants a Special Grant of  $10,000 fo^hWorth  1  Fork Mac  city water in his house in "Little  Eholt." The request was granted,  provided he would pay for the installation of the same, the money  thus expended to be rebated to him  in water rates  Mr.    Davies,   leader  of  the  city  hand, renewed his  request, made at  a previous meeting,  for  a grant   of  $250 in aid of  the band.    Some of  the aldermen did-not appear  to   be  infatuatedwith.the idea of spending  the people's money for this purpose,  but   on   motion of  Aid. McCallum  and   Donaldson,   the  request   was  granted.    In return for  the   grant,  Mr. levies promised to give a series  of twelve public concerts at a bandstand to be erected on Miner avenue.  The   accounts of   Dr    Kingston  for city patients in   the Cottage hospital were referred to the   chairman  of the  health  and relief committee  for verification.  The'mayor said reports of unsanitary plumbing in the city had corn-  to him, and he was of the opinion  that all work at present being in  this line should be inspected.  On motion of Aid. Henniger, the  chairman of the board of works was  authorized to have the   new section  of the tower on the fire hall painted.  John A. Hutton, as assessor, submitted tbe assessment roll  for 1914  of   the   city   of  Crand  Forks and  Grand Forks school  district, and it  was accepted subject to the court of  revision.    On   motion,   it  was decided to hold the court   of   revision  on tbe 18tb day of June, at 2 o'clock  in the afternoon.    The   mayor   appointed Aid. Manly, Henniger, Bon-  thron   and    Bickerton   to  act with  himself as members of tbe court.  The nippting of the, Grand   Forks  board of trade on Wednesday   evening was well   attended,    and   some  important business  was  transacted.  President DeCew occupied the chair.  A communication from   the   Nel  son board of trade asked   the   board  to endorse a resolution requesting a  government   grunt   of $25,000 for a  thorough demonstration of the   pro-  c-ss of the Johnston Electric Smelting   Corporation,   and   for a second  grant of a similar sum if the proce.^  company to at once donate a right  of way free of charge from Observation avenue to Water street.  Aid. Bonthron suggested that the  board of works consult the property  owners on First street, between  Miller & Gardner's store and P.  Burns' market, in regard to building   a retaining  wall, so that a ce-  proves a success AJj|Jj|k short di.  cussion, the board 'oecided u> en  dorse the resolutionr**3'*;?'!'  Some   peison   had   pent, a newspaper clipping showing  the marked-  decrease   in   free   miners'    licensjpJ-  taken  out   in   recent   years.    '1    ?  members of the board   were   umCSS,  mous  in   the   opinion    that   prospectors ought to be encouraged, and  a committee was appointed to  draft;  a resolution to the  government asking  that government  assay  offices  be established and that quantitative  assays be made free for  prospectors.  The   committee1   on   the    North  Fork   wagon   road reported  that  a  force of workmen was now  engaged  in    repairing   it.     The committee  recommended that tbe ooard ask the  government for  a  special   grant  of  $10,000  to   put   the   road in first  class   condition   for   heavy   traffic  The board concurred in  the  recommendation.  A resoluion was adopted instructing the secretary to write letters to  the different Kettle Valley line  officials, urging them to make a pit  at railhead on the North Fork extension in order to assist shippers of  ore by facilitating loading.  Tbe president reported that he  and the secretary had signed a letter  requesting the government to rebuild the North Fork bridge recently carried out by high water.  The secretary was instructed to  write to all members in arrears with  their dues, and to request them to  pay the same.  A. O. Frache addressed the board  in reference to a. flower show  which the floriculturists of the community were anxious to hold in the  city this summer. He asked the  board to give to the project its  moral support by endorsing it,  which was done. The selection of  a committee to co-operate with Mr.  Frache.was left to that gentleman.  It is evidently  Mr. Frache's  inten  se board of county  commissioners  for the construction of  a power line  from the Canadian line to  Republic  by Messrs. McCain and   Shields, of  Spokane.    Mr. McCain   said   Wednesday   that   if   the   contract   was  granted   next   month   work on the  ine   would     begin     immediately.  There has, not as yet been  any   formal organization of   a  company, to  construct   and   operate   the power  line, but as soon   as a  franchise   is  granted a company   will be   organized.  Messrs. McCain and  Shields have  negotiated a contract with the  Wast  Kootenay Power & Light company  for an indefinite horsepower to be delivered   in   Republic.      Their  proposed   power   line    will   be  about  thirty-five miles in length, and   will  follow the   Republic-Danville  road.  It is estimated that the cost   of   the  line will-approximate S75.000.    As  sociated   with Messrs.   McCain   and  Shields are T. W. McGowan  and P.  r  Sweeney,   of   Spokane,    both . of  whom are experienced   in   the  con  struction and  operation   of   power  lines.  The franchise for a power line  given the North Washington Power  & Reduction company almost two  years ago has been revoked by the  ounty commissioners on the  grounds that the comgany has not  fulfilled its part of the agreement.  In obtaining the contract the North  Washington Power & Reduction  company agreed to construct and  have in maintenance a power line  from Republic to the boundary line  at Danville within a specified time.  This the company failed to do, and  the commissioners revoked the contract and annulled the franchise.  .25  An Extra Number of Specials to Take the Place  of Gash Prizes  The regular monthly meeting���������  which had been postponed from the  previous Friday���������-of (tb'e Grand  Forks Poultry association was held  in the secretary's office last Friday  evening.: The gathering was large  and representative.-  The   most    important    business  transacted was that of   deciding   on  November 25 and 26 as the date for  the next midwinter   poultry   show.  A new feature will be   tried   at   the  coming  show.      Inasmuch   as   the  entry fee has been   fixed  at   SI.00,  exhibitors can put in as many birds  as they wish���������no limit.    There will  be no cash prizes other than specials,  but there will be an extra   number  of these.  Robert Wilson has been asked to  come and act as judge. This gentleman was the show superintendent  at the provincial exhibition in December last.  The next meeting of the association will be held on JMday, June 5.  S OF ihe OT  Frank McPharlane is  putting  all  the  teams  that  he  can procure on  his 1000-ton   ore   hauling  contract  from   the   Union   mine   to Lynch  creek.    G.  Guise, who   also has a  1000-ton  contract   from   the same  property, sent   two   of   his   heavy  wagons up the river  last  Saturday.  The wagon  road is   said   to be in  fairly good condition   now, and  ten  men are employed in ..putting it  in  first-class shape.  A meeting for the purpose of dis  cussing the question of holding a  flower show in the city this summer will be held in the board of  trade rooms next Monday evening  at 7.30 o'clock. The details of the  show will be explained by the promoters ol the enterprise. A cordial  invitation is extended to every one  interested in the project to attend  the meeting.  j 7, the   Granby smelter in this  city  until  it  develops  into a local im-  . _u *_��������� vnuvijuiy   iTxi. X-luuiae _   inten- .  j?-- f-���������0 _n������ron  rU���������a  onrHnf*  Mow  .���������      .        i lL.      , proved an easy winner by a score of  i*or trie seven  clays  ending  May   tlon   to  enjarge   up0n    this scheme * _    \  . ,   ,  the   Grnnhv ampler in t-.fc,'-  -.������������������������ i.      ������������������ 6 goals to 0.   Quite a crowd of spec  tators witnessed the game. The  Phoenix players traveled by auto  conveyance.  In    the    Grand    Forks-Phoenix  football match at tbe race   track  on  t-ni--,i.y m uj_ tnsinouiion or iruit.  Wednesday afternoon, Grand   Ferks X vvent to ,a" the, wholesale dealers  ...._., ��������� there, and I could not find a single  piece   of   British   Columbia   fruit.  Record Fruit Crops  "The present promises to  be  the  greatest year in the  history   of   the  fruit industry in  the  province, and  it is going to be one  of  great;   prosperity   to   the    growers/'  declares  Fruit Pests Inspector Thomas   Cunningham.     "The necessity  for  the  second clause," he adds, "lies in the  fact that i n some  previous  bumper  years the hugeness of the fruit   crop  did   not   mean  big  returns for the  growers..   Sometimes it meant  loss  owing to glutted markets, which did  not pay a   return  for  the cost  of  picking and packing and  marketing  the crop.  "I have never yet seen such evidence of a big fruit crop since I have  been in the province," says the inspector. "It is not only one fruit or  district, but the reports from every  district are to the effect that all the  fruits promise to give a record crop  this year.  As  a   resul; of the marketing or  ganizationa   brought     into     being  last year there is now no  danger  of  a glutting of tbe market.    Previous  ly   tbe  fruit   had   all been shipped  to two or three points,   where   congestion occurred, leaving large  mar  kets  untouched.     "For  instance,"  says Mr. Cunningham, "in  order to  arrange   for   marketing  I went   to  Lethbridge, Alta., last  year.    Lethbridge is a fine city and serves a fine  territory in the distribution of fruit.  -    I uu���������>     ii     ucvciups    111  treated  22,756 tons of  ore, 22,392 jpr0vement association  tons of which were from  the      com-j   pany's own properties and 304 tons  of foreign ore.   For the same period, Want Power Line   Franchise  Granby shipped 174,000 pounds  of.    The   problem  of a cheaper treat-  blister copper. ; trjent for the ores of Republic camp,  For  the   year   the   Granby   has and a general reduction in  the  cost  treated a   total  of   424.002 tons of 0f production, is about to be solved  A meeting of the directors of   the  ��������� . ^ --->���������  ��������� oi production, is about to be solved directors  ment sidewalk can   be constructed. | ore, 415,611   tons  being from   the through the construction of a power ^n  invi  If the  property owners would not company's mines  at Phoenix and' jine ]eading from Bonnington Falls,   pu_]jc tc  undertake this   work,   he   thought( 8,391 tons from foreign   properties.  B. C, to Republic, says  the  News  lo  it.   Aid.   Manly TQe blister copper shipments for the  Miner.  undertake this  the city should do  opposed the latter proposition.   The year were 7,074,652 pounds  Gems  Application was made Monday to paste.  There was fruit from Washington.  Oregon, California, Utah, Wyoming  and South Dakota, but not one box  of .fruit from the neighboring province of British Columbia. That sort  of thing was taking place  in   many  n       1     in   i       ,-, of the large prairie towns and cities.  Grand    Forks    Canning   company N(W the ^ wiJ] be 8ent to gcores  will be held in the cannery building 0f centers  of distribution, and   the  next   Monday   evening,   when  the shipments will be controlled to  suit  directors   will   make   their report.   tbe state of t}ie markets in the variolation  is  extended   to  the ������uus   l)laces'    Thus,   not only  will  . ..   .     ,.     ���������, the consumer be able   to  look   for-  public to attend. ! ward to . good fruit crop this   yeH^  but the growers will be able to reap  the benefits of nature's bounty and  their own care of cultivation."  of  thought  are   often   only  mrnmmsmmmsem . >    (    !  w-wMu..._r__~TW,:.;u^������ri������,_^.'!a!^^  .*#������������������>���������  I  Hi'  :lt,  ;,������.'  .! .1"  5_  M*.  -I  f-iV  IS!1  >3  _Si  r,'.������  P  It r*  J-!:;  I <<"<  iy  :���������������  l.'.i  I  THE   SUN,    3RAND   FORKS,   B. G.  G. A. Evans. Editor and Publisher  5% ($mnb$BXkB ������>tttt' couv������r-' ^ f ef  immigrants  f - are allowed to land, they will  be followed  by   other boatloads, and the last remaining  shred  of a  "white" province i  will be swept away.' .   - -  8U-80KIPT10N BATES :  /ue Veor  $1.50  irie.-_o~r (In advance)  1.00  < )S_J[Year, In United States  1.50  Iress all communications to  'The- Grand Forks Sun.  'home R74 Grand Fokks, B. C  FRIDAY, MAY 15,   1914  The Son congratulates Attorney-General Bowser on his  success in inspiring the people  of British  Columbia with so  deep a reverence for tlie laws  of the land that it has become  unnecessary to enforce them.  Apparently the people arc too  docile to contravene them. At  the last session  of the legislature certain laws were adopted  for the  regulation of the  Doukhobor   colonies   in ��������� this  province.    Up to the present  .time the attorney-general has  not  been  called  upon to put  them in force.    Some of them  may have been violated; but  Victoria is  a   long   distance  from those colonies, and perhaps Mr. Bowser did not hear  of   these  instances.    This  is  probably the true solution  of  the  matter, especially as the  subsidized  government  press  has  evidently   been   given a  hint, to maintain a dignified  silence on the subject. British  Columbia is probably the only  province   in   the    Dominion  where  the people  have such  an exalted regard for the laws.  It is quite likely that the  conference of the mediators  to adjust the trouble between  the United States and Mexico  will prove a failure. The  present indications are that  the Huerta government will  be wiped out of existence long  before the peace envoys reach  Niagara.    '  During the last provincial  campaign  the people ol the  province - were   told  a  great  deal about the desirability _ of  a  "white  British  Columbia":  by Premier McBride and his  cabinet officers.  That was before Sir Richard and his  government had become wholly  enamored     of    the   devious  financing   methods    of Mackenzie and  Mann,   however.  But    the   government's  professed love for a "whiteBritish  Columbia" will soon be put to  the test.    All doubt of the arrival on the coast of this province of the steamer Komagata  Mam,   carrying   a   cargo  of  Hindu  immigrants, has   been  cleared away  by an authentic  dispatch     from    Yokohama,  which  says that the steamer  lelt that port May 2 for Vau-  An eminent- scientist says  the world is drying up. The  people appear to be in the  same deplorable condition���������at  leust they seem to require more  liquid refreshments than they  formerly did.  Perhaps one reason .why  the Tory press of the province  does ��������� not sing ��������� the praises of  the Victoria government as  loudly as it did a year ago is  the emptiness of the public  treasury..  The next governor-general  of Canada is a prince by-birth.  He is also said to be a prince  by natnre. The last, statement will be particularly gratifying to Canadians.  The prospects of a flower  shower in Grand Porks' this  summer seem to be good.  Everything can be said in favor of such an enterprise, and  nothing against it.  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  are low, and every clock  is Guaranteed.  i  A. D, MORRISON iE^XSlSWS  METEOROLOGICAL  is now open for business with a full stock of  Flour, also Feed for Horses, Cows, Pigs and  Hens at fair prices, and we 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 International Stook Food   on   hand.     Satisfaction  Guaranteed.  Show   Rooms  on   First   Street  and  Warerooms in Colombia  The  following  is  the   minimr.m  and maximum temperature for each  day   during   the   past   week, as re--  corded by the government thermom  eter on E. F. Laws' ranch:  May  Min.  Max.  S���������Friday   40  66  9���������Saturday   ..  . 47  64  10���������Sund-iy,....  . 89  67  . 44  65  12���������Tuesday.....  .. 39'  73  13���������Wednesday  . 42  80  14 -Thursday...  . 52  "   73  Inches  0. A. Wallace returned on Friday from Portland,- Ore., and left  Saturday noon for Calgary.  I ���������  TAKES ObT jDANDRHF]?.  HAIE STQPB. FALLING  What has become of the  Tory newspaper toadies who  could never mention Premier  McBride's name without  stringing half a line of capital  letters after if?  After a man acquires sufficient money to live on his  income, some other person has  to earn his living.  The Borden government is so  thoroughly ashamed of the business  condition to which the country ha.s  been reduced since it came into  power that it has issued an ordei that  no trade statistics shall be issued for  publication because of the polit.io.il  effect, of cornparisiin nf t,hf-m wim  the return of pist years. Poere is ;i  tine example of real pessimism ���������'  Victori-i Times.  Save your Hair I   Get a 25 cent bottle  of D:':i'.'t:rino rigiil now���������Also  stops Itching scalp.  Thii!, brittle, colorless and scraggy  W.xii- is n:ut.������ evidence of a neglected  sc-alp;   of dandruff���������that av/ful scurf.  There is nothing so destructive  to  hs hair as dandruff.  It robs the hair  if its lustre, its strength and its very  iife;  eventually producing afeverish-  ness and itching of the scalp, which  if not remedied causes the hair rost���������  to  shrink,  loosen  and  ttle���������then  rh  hair fails out fas.it.   A little Dandevi-  tonight���������now���������any   time���������will, r."v ���������  save your hair.  Get a 25 ceui L-.ottle of Knowltou".  Danderine from any drug store. You  surely can have beautiful hair and lots  of it if you will just try a little Danderine.      Save   your   hair!    Try   it!  FootbaSS Schedule  May 1���������Grand Forks at Mother Lode  10���������Mother Lode   at Greenwood.  13���������Phoenix at Grand Forks.  17���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  20���������Grand Forks at Phoenix.  ���������27��������� Mother Lode at Grand Forks  June?���������Greenwood at Mother  Lode.  11���������Grand Forks   at Greenwood.  14���������Mother Lode at Phoenix  ���������   _. 1 ��������� Phoenix at Greenwood.  _4���������Greenwood at Grand   Porks  28 ��������� Phoenix at Mother Lode.  Yale  Barber Shop  Kazor Hoiiinc aSpeoiulty.  DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS������:  ��������� (filiating- Pill for .Women. -.;$5 a box or three for  J10. Sold at all Drug Stores, or mailed to any  address on receipt of price. > The Scobeli. Deuc  Co., St. Catharines, .Ontario.   PH0SPH0N01 FOR MEN. $S;  i Vitality; for Nerve and Brain; increases '.'grey  ; matter"; a Tonic���������will build you up. $3 cbox.or  ��������� two for $5, at drug- stores, or by mail on rooeivu  of prico.'"-This Scobeli, Drug Co., St. Catharine";.  Ontario.     .,   .'  AT YOUR  SERVICE.  Modern Rigs. and Good  'Horses at All Hours, at  the'  Model Livery Barn  Barns S O'Ray, Props.  Phone 68 Second Street  Will beautify the- home .and  give a rich appearance and  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. .  Woodland(2&Quinn  The Rexall Druggists  They arc usually best  and most satisfactory  in tlie end..  TES  P. A.  Z,  PARE,  Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street.  8t is wise t������ say a grooti  word for yourself or your  business, whether your  stock In trade be merch-  stracSSsG or labor, Want  Ads. are ihe most direct  Sine of communication  to tKe bast buyers.  S. G. RHODE ISLAND REQS  E8GS FOR HATCHING  Orders tsiken for day uld chicks  [ have two nice pens of White  Wyaiidottus mated up, andoue each  of Reds.  Prices from either pen. ormixe pen  you like, 82 00 per 12, 83 -50 por 24.  85 00 per 36 Day-old chicks, 25c  each  All infertile eggs are replaced providing they ai-e returned after test on  the 10 th day.      ;  Fifty setting hens wanted. Let me  know what you have gob.  EI. El.W. Mills  GRAND    FORKS,    E3.   O.  eOc  assie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  of Every Description  Bridge Street  rand Forts, B. G.  BOTTLED BE  is a :home product of  real] merit. Get a  a case today and try it  now[   Ask for  it.  ORK  COMPANY  $1.50   PER DOZEN,   DELIVERED  'in. B, Glanyille  Sanitary Dairyman  GRAND FORKS, B.C.  Milk and Cream delivered to all parts of the city  daily. Dairy absosolutely  sanitary. We endeavor to  please our customers.  A man likes to pose as a pillar of  some church when he is a candidate  for office.  nartinflullen  All Kinds of Draying  DEALER IN  Wood and Coat  OFFICE AT  The Mann DrugCo. 's Stoi e  PHONE 35 -  RESIDENCE PHONE R 18  Grand   Forks Transfer  PHONE 129  Sole Agents for  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre S Mclnnis, Proprietors  If  v /  I  'rll  i  *    !  S?  ./  '������������������\  1  Ml  \<n\  mmmMmm?  ^^m^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^m^ v   ,.?,  I'.,  ft   ���������  u     '  THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  rent/salary ,of secretary, etc.-, as they  fall due ��������� ���������  It is a fact beyond dispute that a  board.of trade is a valuable adjunct  to the prosperity of any city, more  especially here in' the west where  j every .live town is trying to get capi-  I tal and industries located within her  borders. To - accomplish the ��������� work  expected from a board of trade, money  must be forthcoming to meet the expenses incurred. The amount of the  yearly duM.s are so small (85.00) that  I trust this appeal to the members  will not be in vain.  F. R. S   Barlke, Secretary.  A deputation of mining experts on  j Saturday sought and obtained the  j moral support of the provincial government to the establishmet of a smelter at some favorable point in the  Kootenays for the treatment of complex zinc oras.  Bill and Dan  And get it good, should be the -main idea in  the matter of your Meat and Fish. A full  assortment may always be depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon need only to be  tried to be appreciated, and once used always called for.  Meat Merchants  Phone 1  ���������9  First Street  Chorus [Bill and Dan look ahead so- far,  Bill and Dan put up an awful lobby, iBi11 and Dan each has a [ittle  hobby,  Bill and Dan brought up the private r������hev look to see the nation on   the C.  car, | *T.R.  At,.. U>������   inmual. dinner   of ' the   Bi|'    anfi    Dan,    each   has" a   little Said Dan to Bill,"The air seems chill,  "Press G n_", in   Otu.vvvi,   the.  fol-   .   '   hobby, " ^ "The waather's changed on Parl'ment  lowii-g song 'v:iw sung to the tune of They want to build a nation on the hill,  C-N.R. ! "There Are draughts in the halls   and  Said Dan-to Bill, 'Tve'always felt,      ' tne lobby's bare,  "Like openin' up that there city belt,   "Anfl    the   premier's   brow    is lined  "Ontario's got some timber too, ' with care "  "Suppose   we   run    the   line     right  '^aicJ    Bill    to    Dan, "As sure's  your  through?" ^ ! born,  Said Bill to Dan, "Your talk is   wise.  "What'I like to see is enterprise,  ! "We'll get a grant of farming clay,  "���������'a'sey Jones:"  I Come  all.you ne^shs, if you want  to hfitr  The story brave of an   en.iti'.er  And  a  railroad   built,   sjo runs the  tale,  Wjrh a sh m/ace and n shingle nail.  CotDfj all y'tj sUiK'snu'u \n,\<\ vnnrear  To th<1 sto-v liohkof h fio.iiii-i^r.  | Whn j  h.w| th^.iw . f>r-tv s ilr.-.I -ens   '.And a bonus, too, to make it"  Willi   chiller, steel,   nerve and sub-  ; ,, Chorus.  ' The grading of the street from  O'servatton avenue to the Great  Northern is now in progress. A  right of way has been secured from  Observation avenue to Water street  through the townsite property, and  this route has now been definitely  decided upon. Messrs Douglas and  Arnold Carter were instrumental in  obtaining the right of way for the  city.  C. B. Peterson returned on Friday  from a week's visit to his Princeton  ranch. He let a contract for having  100 acres of land cleared.  the line of the Canadian Pacific rail  'way running m the Granby  smelt-r  will    be   completed    iii   about  two  weeks  Jack Bugbee is now a smelterman  in Anaconda, Mont. Late advises  from that city say that he has  secured a good position.  Fanny Crosby's favorite shepherd  songs have been selected to illustrate the theme for tbe Sunday  evening service in the Baptist  church.  Reginald DeCew, who is attending  McGill university, Montreal, arrived  home last week and will spend his*  vacation with his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. W.- Mark DeCew.  "The fat's in the fire, the bull's in th<->.  corn,  "We mii<t stmd pat in   the   time   of  need,  ''The Calgary herd is on stampede."  Bill and Dan���������the heroes of the lobby,  the   heroes   of   the  Bil1 and Dan���������a-pleading at  the  bar, Ril1 arul Dan linger in the lobby,  Bill and Dan each has a little   hobby, Chatting in the corridor,   passing  out  They take a special interest in   the C. cigars *  N. R. Bill and Dan look just a   little sobby,  "Tuck" Harper left Wednesday  for the North Fork country. He  will start a boarding house for- the  ore teamsters at Lutley's place, ten  miles above Lynch creek.  Win, Carter and E. Ballard are  building a house in tbe West end  for Mr. McCarthy, late  of   Molson.  Ben   Hoy,   assistant   provincial  Mrs, Ingiis, ofj New Westminster,  arrived in the city yesterday on a  visit to her daughter, Mrs. (Dr.)  Truax.  All free miners' certificates expire  on May 31st, and must be renewed  on or before that date.  David   L.   Auvache,   son   of  the  Rev.    F.    W.    Auvache,    formerly  horticulturist,   who   has   baen sta- pastor of the Baptist church, Grand  tioned   in   this  city for some time,  returned to Vernon yesterday.  Ed Orchard, who was recently  stricken with paralysis, has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital.  Forks, was drowned with a companion, J. Thompson, on May 1st,  in a small lake 1. miles' north of  Port Hammond.  The provincial forest, branch is  pending out a copy of a small  Knox Presbyterian church hnn picture entitled "Putting Out the  been renovated, and divine services , Camp Fire," a clock poster, and a  will be held in it next Sabbath, May : pocket whetstone with an inscription  17, as usual. j requesting care in regard to fire, all  of which form a part   of   the  cam-  The ladies of the Baptist church  will hold a sale of home cooking on  the afternoon of Saturday, May 23,  in the old post office, First street.  Home-made candy, ice cream and  summer drinks will be served.  James McArdle is basking in the  sunshine on the beach at Christina  lake this week.  paign of the  forest  branch   for  the  prevention of forest fires.  Those women who have been seen  going about Hyde Park in trousers  may have been wearing merely two  hobble skirts instead of one. ���������Montreal Daily Mail  fcidifs.  Chorus  Bill   and   D������i  lobliy,  Bill and Dan and the special private  car, .  Bill   and    Dan.    each   has  a  little  ��������� hobby.  They want to build a nation on the  C.N.R.  Said Bill to Dan, "There's cattle on  the hills,   ���������  "There's1 wheat  on   the prairie far  from the mills,  "There's virgin sod all ready for the  plough,  "What  we  want out there is a railroad now."  Said Bill to Dan, "As you're aware,  "A   prairie   road's  not   built   with  prayer,  "What  we  need   first and most,"  said hp,  ���������'Is a wee land grant and a subsidy."  Chorus  Bill  and   Dan���������snbopin' round the  lobby.  Bill and Dan���������they left the private  car;  Bill  and  Dan, each has his private  hobby,  They're  fond   of  legislation for the  C.N.R  Said' Dan  to Bill, "We need spike  nails,  "Tamarac ties and rolled steel rails,  "And Dago men to shovel dirt:  "I'll   build  that  road   or  eat   my  shirt."  Said Bill to Dan, "That's very true,  "That's the way it seems to you,  "What we need now it seems to me,  "Is  guilt-edged   bonds and a guarantee."  Said Dan to Bill,  "The hills are'high,  "The mountain grades   point  to   the  sky,  "The creeks are deep and the canyons  wide,  "But   we've   got   to tap the Western  tide."  Said' Bill to Dan, "I'm much afraid,  ,'It's a heavy haul to make the grade,  "You   can't   squeeze   money  out  of  stone, , ,  "Let's negotiate a federal loan."    '  Chorus.  Bill and Dan���������loafin' round the lobbv,  They want to know what  fate will be  theC. N. R.'s.  Don't forget that The Sun has the  best job printing deparrment in the  Boundary country.  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.  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.  Frank Coryell returned on Monday from an extended trip to the  principal coast cities.  W. P. Tierney, of Vancouver, the  C.P.R. contractor, was in the city  yesterday. He stated that work on  the construction of the spur -from I  An Appeal for Dues  Editor Grand Forks Sun.  At the regular meeting of the board  of trade held last night I was instructed, through your valuable columns, to ask those members of the  board who have, not yet paid their  dues for the current year to do so  at once  to  enable the  board to pay  IVEBAniTtf,  .UUMf ISM Ul  Tho secret, of tho succoss of our  Want Ads. Is that thoy aro ohort  and snappy. Pooplo llho a plain  business story told In a fow words  ���������nd If thoy want anythlng'thcy  refer to tho placo whore thoy  will find It with tho least trouble,  wl*., tho Classified Want Ads. Is  your business roprosentod thoro.  If  m&  tssf  B!3EjF5fra_-S>!;  is fheir Latest Produclion  A new Watch by a firm established 45 years. Masters Radiant watch is an ordinary watch  with the hands and li.-ures enamelled with radium which makes  them luminous,andtheyshowthe  time clearly in the dark. It is a  day and NIGHT watch, in fact  the darker the night the brighter  thohandsand figures. Withtbb  watch hung up in your bedroom  you can see the time any pa-t of  the night. It is a speciality for  those who prefer a \v������tch different to any other. Masters' Ra  diant watch is a genuine timekeeper, fully warranted, and lilted with their famous Veracity  lever move ment and Solid Silver  Cases, price 50 -(i2dollnrs),free  to any part of the world, or on  our special foreipn terms, half-  cash, 25/- withorderand 25/ on  delivery. Orderone of th>s_wnn-  derful_o/-Nadiant\Vntchcs now.  Solid Gold Deini-tfueiipg iilsicd  Another bargain Is Masters' Solid Gold  Demi-Hunting Watch, a splendid production, price omy 90/-, or -5 - with  order, and 45/ on delivery.    S;eci:il ���������  attention is given to foreign on!c:rs  IVi tutiplj Watches, RiitKS, Jewellery. Cutlery, Plait, Gramnphonet, Hunts. Chthiyn.  Sfc.    CATALOGUE iilll be slut free ,i;V  post paid to any address In the worlil  Gold Radiant Watches ������7 10s. & ������m /,..  MASTERS, Ltd, RY , En-.  wmMBsmmm������3mmmz& jG.U.J-  ' r  If the Cash on Wnllvnry Sytt'oin in in iimo in your ooiititty, then you imol onlv sfti-l  10|- for oitliur watch yon scleut, and pav bnlitnuc when von rceolvo  Mir '>v.i:c 1.  MASTERS.  LTD., RYE,  ENG. \tf\  w  i  II  51 &  1  111",  i -.!'  ("������������������''-?  * ';.'''  9  I  "si  IS  II  i"H������   SU_\,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  PECT1 RULES  Fruit and   Potatotoes  Can  Only Be Imported Under  Certain Conditions  Two notices,' signed by Thomas Cunningham, inspector of fruit-pests, ha\e  just reached the city from Vancouver.  One is addressed to importers, con  signees and shippers of fruit carrying  companies and the public generally,  and states that in consequence of  several outbreaks of codling moth in  fee tion during 1912 and 1913, the  ' suppression of which has cost the government of British Columbia a large  expenditure of cash, in addition to the  danger of the introduction of this very  destructive pest, having been traced  direccly to American infected cars, it  h is been decided as follows:  'That all cars arriving in British  ��������� Columbia, containing either deciduous  or citrus fruit, or other vegetation, if  found to be infected with the larvae.of  the codling moth, 'cydia pomonelia,'  either in the cocoon or pupal stages,  will be immediately closed, sealed and  ordered out of the province, whether  the fruit contained therein may show  infection or not.  "Importers, agents, consignees,carry-  ing companies and other interested  parties are strongly urged to advise  shippers of fruit or other vegetation  that this necessary regulation will be  strictly enforced at all points of entry  in this province, so that shippers south  of the international boundary may  govern themselves accordingly."  The other is a quarantine   notice to  the general public stating that in consequence of quarantine   having   been  established   by   Dominion    order-in  council    against   the   importation of  potatoes grown in the  state of   California, where the potato tuber moth is  ��������� found to be so  widely distributed   as  to constitute a real danger to   British  Columbia, all shipments   of   potatoes  coining   from   any   state or territory  tou".h of the   international   baundary  must be accompanied by   an   affidavit  stating the precise locality where such  potatoes have been  grown, the names  of   the   shippers and   consignees, the  date   of   shipment   and    number  of  packages.  Unless these deiails are complied  with a certificate of inspection will  n it be, is-ued, and without such cer-  t,;li.-;ite. the cust-mi-s ,imi au ho-iti^s  w   I tint .<ci/.ept entry.  The circular points out that these  steps are taken not to embarrass trade  but merely in the interest of protecting the province from a very destructive pest, which threatens the potato  growing industry of the neighboring  states  Mr. Cunningham asks the co-operation of shippers, consignees and carrying   companies   in     enforcing   these  regulations.  EHOLDERS  Isn't He Great  "I believe it will be pretty near the  millenium before they get into office.  (Laughter.) They are divided into  factions. This is not the time to  swap horses, in'crossiug the stream,"  and 1 believe that is the opinion of a  great majority of the people of this  province. When good times have  been restored they can elect the Liberals to once more squander the assets  of the province. (Cheers.)���������Mr.  Bowser at Vancouver.  Now, isn't he the one great and  original Mr. Bowser? Endowed with  a grasp of detail equalled only by his  prototype who went to St. Helena, he  knows, of course, that there never has  been a Liberal government in power  in this province. How then could  Liberals '"again" squander the assets  of the country? Moreover, Mr. Bowser knows that there is neither a Liberal nor Conservative government in  office at the present time. Instead  the McBridite party reigns. Soon, for  a short time, it will be succeeded by  ,the Bowserite party. Between them  and their friends everything in the  province not spiked down has been  corralled. That is why the people of  British Columbia are determined to  kick the buccaneers into oblivion.���������  Victoria Times.  Object Is to Safeguard Interests of B.C. Copper Co.  -   Stockholders  Calls It Good Value  Some very wild statements are  being made about the cost of the  National Transcontinental railway.  Some imaginative writers have the  cost $275,000,000 and rising every  day. The actual expenditure to  date on this road has been  8140,562,147. Of this amount,  $98,596,257 represents surplus revenue and 841,966,890 borrowed  money. If the road serves the por-  po-e for which it was planned���������and  whether it does or not will depend  largely upon the Dominion government���������it will give the country good  value for every dollar invested.���������  Manitoba   Free Press.  ANo rile crook linds  it   difficult   t<  secure a parmer that is trustworthy.  (CLEVELAND)  "Built to Last"  Without a doubt, one of the strongest  bicycles ever built.  Thousands in use to-day, that have  been ninrdng ten to twenty years.  And still giving the utmost satisfaction.  The 3-piece "C.C.M." Hanger adds  the finishing touch of perfection to  this famous wheel.  Call and examine the latest "Cleveland's "at  An old bacbt-ior say.-, that a marriage dowry is a lump of _ugar intended to nullify the ���������bitterness ut  the dose.  "Can't afford it," is a stingy man'-  excuse, but  ruptcy.  t seidorn  leads  to  bank-  Headquarters  for  High-Grade  Sundries  J.   cTWOOYBOERj)  Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  _^_^   Ju$t  Op Op  ene<  Shoes   made   to order  Repairing   a specialty  No   exorbitant   prices  Your patronage solicited  A. BAUMGARTNER  HENNIGER'S NEW  BUILDING  BRIDGE STREET  Shoes may come and shoes may   go,  but'men kick on for ever.  THE  London Directory  (Published Annually)  Ktialilos traders  throughout   tlie   world   to  communicate direct with English  MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS  In each class of goods. Besides being ������ complete commercial guide to Loudon and Its  ���������utburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with tho 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 can advertise  tlioir trade cards for $5, orlarger advertisements from $15.  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  25, Abchurch Lane, London,   E.C.  An effort is being made to organize  a stockholders' alliance among the  shareholders in the British Columbia  Copper company who have not exchanged their stock for certificates of  the Canada Copper Corporation, and  Frank G. Beebe and F. R. Huntington, New York, and Ira Ramus and  Leon N. Salmon, Brooklyn, have  been appointed a committee to perfect  the association.  A circular letter received by local  stockholders last week announces that  the committee is calling upon those  who desire.to become members of the  association for an assessment of 2 cents  the share to create a fund that will  assure putting the alliane on a permanent basis, remittances to be made  to Rogers, Norton & Co., brokers,  45 Exchange place, New York, the  money to be returned unless enough  of the members of the company join  the movement to assure its success.  The purposes of the alliance are to  promote and safeguard the stockholders who have not deserted the British  Columbi-e Copper company for the  Canada Copper Corporation; to unite  the vote of the members on any matters that may come before the stockholders' meetings; to devise ways and  means to properly protect the interests  of the British Columbia stockholders,  aud to demand that they have equal  rights in the distribution of future  earnings of the company with those  who have associated themselves with  the Canada Corporation.  "It will not be the policy of the al  liance to attack or antagonize the administration   or embarrass   it   in any  way in its efforts to advance  the   interests of the company," says the committee.     "On the contrary,   it   is  the  intention    of   the   association   to   cooperate with and support the manage  ment in all its endeavors   to   promote  the    welfare   and    prosperity   of  the  corporation.    At the same   time ��������� the  primary object of this organization    is  to   jealousiy guard tlie mler.hts of its  members and .ecure lo   them    all   the  rights tu which thev are entitled."  V  3_S  ���������p  6  ������  at*1-  &_{_S1  is  ERCHANTSand others  who use' the , advertising columns of The  Grand Forks Sun no longer  regard their expenditures in  the light of expense, but of  investment.  OW that advertising is  being purged of exaggeration and untruth, the reading public,  especially that large circle ��������� of  Sun readers who receive the  paper at their homes or carefully carry it home with them  each week, take as much interest in the advertisements  as they do in the news.  FTER all; The Sun advertising is news of  the   most interesting,  instructive     and     profitable  kind.  ND if it is a good investment for, the advertiser to place his  news'before you constantly,  it is equally profitable for our  readers to read, attentively  the valuable information thus  imparted.  Grand Forks  _ag  4v0;SV;  ''���������������������������I  #:  I?  *������r"  _>  h  $&$<  II  '%>>.  - 31-  ���������-)������������������  t.  I THE   SU_\,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  (  Farmers' Institute Also Decides to Proceed With  Crop Competitions  ��������� A largely attended meeting of the  Grand Forks Farmers' institute  was held in the board of trade rooms  on Saturday evening. President C.  C. Heaven was in the chair.  The secretary reported that he  had completed the canvass of the  southern district of the city and ' of  the North Fork,in connection with  the proposed rural free mail delivery, and that all the residents on  the route', numbering'- eighty-two,  had-agreed to'tak'e boxes.' On' motion, the-institute decided; to ��������� make  immediate application to-the' post  office department at Ottawa for the  establishment of the service.'  The secretary, also reported, that  he had secured more than the required number of entries for the  boys' and girls' potato growing contest arid ,for the ranchers' potato  and oats.competition, and it was,decided to proceed with them  ROF'TECK  Canada's   New.^ Governor-  ��������� .General Has Democratic  Views   *  OF THE CITY  Hefip for,Father  Lillian Ru-sell savs that, rhe s-  oret of female beauty is plentv of  fuird work close to nature. ,This  should cause a lot of the spring gardening to be ttiken off father's  shoulders.  Ottawa,   May   8.���������In   the  house  of   commons   this afternoon H.. R.  Emmerson asked as to the truth   of  the report that Prince Alexander  of  Teck had been appointed   governor-  general   of   Canada      Mr.    J3orden  said   that   his ��������� royal   highness the  governor-general had received a telegram from,the  imperial authorities  announcing the appointment of  the  Prince of'Teck as  governor-general.  ' The London   Daily   Mail   of the  ���������7thinst. sail:. "Loyal subjects   will  ���������fully   congratulate   the sovereign's  choice'of Prince Alexander   to   succeed the Dukebf.Connaught. Prince  Alexander has given ample proof of  his   possession   of   the qualtties required   for   the   office of governor-  general.    His manners and  outlook  of life are alike pemocrati^.  He "'ill  bo-acconipanied by one bf'the. most  oha'rming of princesses, whose' preset fee in Ottawa cannot but strength  en    -he   ties   which   bind the grt-at  Dominion to the British throne." '  A. R. Brewer, of Danville, is   in  stalling   a   current   moter plant for  irrigating purposes on   Ed   Taylor's  ranch in the West end.  A successful surgical operation  was performed on Mr. Walters,'of  Danville, at the Cottage'hospital last  Saturday. The patient is now recovering. .  A. A. Frechette has been confined  to bis home the greater part of the  present week by illness.  The city is - renewing the power  line on Bridge and Main streets as  far west as Stanley Davis' residence.  .The first excursion of the season  to Lynch creek was run over the  Kettle Valley liiiejWednesday afternoon.  Dr.   Kingston   made   a business  trip to Nelson on Tuesday.  BLACK  GIVE "SYFJOr? G'F FIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, liver  and bowels.  A  better  position  for you.    We  teach by practical experience   Auto  mobile driving and repairing     Jordan    Auto   Academy,     1225   . W.  Sprague, Spokane, Wn,  Mrs. (Rev.) Hayman attended the'  diocesan   meeting   of the Woman's,  auxiliary in Nelson last Friday as aj  delegate   from   tbe   Christ   church  branch   of  that organization.    She  then   left  for a short visit with her  sister at Queen's Bay.  Look at the tongue, mother! If  coated, your little one's stomach, liver  and bowels need cleansing at once.  When peevish, cross, lisUes's, doesn't  sleep, cat. or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath 'cad; has  sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give  a tcaspooa.ul of, "California Syrup of  Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,  constipated waste, undigested food  and sour bile gently moves out of its  little bowels without griping, and you  have a well, playful child again. Ask  your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of  "California Syrup of Figs," which contains full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups.  How to  ave  oney  99  . Fill she Egg Basket  . faster than any other"  variety.  EGGS FOR HATCHING :  83.00   per   Setting  of 13  .d Reds  e isian  Eggs for Hatching;  52.00 per Setting of 13  Two 1-year-old Rhode  Island Red prize winning    cocks   for   sale.  JoIm T. Lawrence  Grand Forks, B. G.  with  The hot weather will soon be here,  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 equalities. Also  Window Screens and Wire Cloth. ���������������������������'.'"  , 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^GARDNER  Complete Home Furnishers  We Carry a Large  Assortment of  Which are Strictly Fresh. Do not put off your seeding until  too late. We have all kinds of medicines and tonics for  horses anp stock. If vour horse is not feeling just right call  and see us.     [j you are thinking of building get   our prices on  LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTER  Have you tried "Our Best" Flour?  $1.75 per 50 lbs, $3.50 per 100 lbs.  GRAND FORKS  FEED C& PRODUCE COMPANY  Special Discounts for Cash  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made   to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH &  McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUE  $  P  Q  n  0  Progressive  usinessmen  Use Only the  Best  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? c_y4re 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 you pay* on  jjour 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 Stationery'? We are  specialists in this line and are  prepared to submit samples  and quotations on  request.  SUN  rint Shop  Telephone  R 74  o  o  6  b  0  v^  mmemmtmmm  mui!fmjnu.wHmhtiama ^S^M_11(iidr_C3wr^ar'JG_l������UiP���������^^l^IKn_._itWJVA^_wx?<  A <-.? I  .' V'; !  ,';& I  '���������%; !  . _ I  !������!  I.  f ���������  I  it!  n  I  ! K;  ' s; i  1  A.-  '  Ml  ���������.'if!'.  > \] ���������  1$.  '*'.?.  }������  ���������A-  i  THE   SUI\,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  :ws OF TH  At a meeting of the Grand Forks  Liberal association in the Miners'  Union hall on Wednesday evening,  E. C Henniger, Neil McCallum and  P. H. Donaldson were appointed  revisers to attend the court of revision to be held in the court house  on Monday, May 18, when the provincial voters' lists will   be   revised.  Mrs. Hayman .returned on Wednesday from a visit with her sister  at Queen's Bay.  Elmer Ness, of the Christina Lake  hotel, was in the city on Monday.  Mrs. R. G. Hargreaves, wife of R.  G. Hargreaves, purchasing agent for  the British Columbia Copper company, died suddenly in Greenwood  last Friday. She was well known  throughout the Bonu'da'ry . and  Kootenay.  .W. K. C. Manly made a business  trip to Spokane this week.  . Mrs. H. C. Niles returned on Saturday from Nelson, where she attended the diocesan meeting of the  Woman's auxiliary-  D. McCallum, public administrator for Grand Forks riding, went up  to Phoenix last Thursday on business in connection with the two  miners killed in the Rawhide mine.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Hartmann find  party, of Phoenix, spent Sunday in  the city, the guests of Mrs, Hart-  mann's sister,   Mrs.   M.   Quinlivan.  HANSEN SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  ?nL Gait Goal  .our  fl  ow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Sture  Ffrst Street  Telkphonks;  Office, R(>6  Hansen's Residence. R38  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND     ICE  OFFICE AT PETRIEJS STOREN  PHONF 64      GRAND FORKS, B. C.  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened-a harness   shop at my  old  stand on Bridge street and will manufacture  l^eW nam eSS harness repairing. All  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  _r\������   /\������   rrCwiic  The first ship to pass through the  Panama canal under regular conditions probably will make the trtp  early next week, says a Panama dispatch of the 12th inst. ' According  to Governor Goethals, the channel  through Cucuracha will be complete  about Thursday. Observations will  be maintained on the slide for a  short time and then a Panama railway ship railway with a cargo will  be sent through. The channel is  being dredged at the rate of 100  feet daily and the empire suspension  bridge will be removed immediately.  The report that the sleamer Pennsylvania, of the Pacific Mail,line,  will make the passage of. the canal  is erroneous.  Opportunity-  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.  Sunday School Convention  The    Boundary   Sunday   school  convention will be held in this  city  on May 19 and 20 next. The speakers will be Rev. I.- W.   Williamson,  of   Vancouver,'  provincial  Sunday  school   secretary,   and   Miss S. E.  Spencer, of Victoria,'superintendent  of the elementary department.  The program will be as follows:  Tuesday, May 19, 8 p.m., in  the  Presbyterian Church���������"Elementary  Teaching: Its Theory and Practice,'  Miss S. ill. Spencer; "The Four-fold  Development  of  Life," Rev. I. W.  Williamson, j  Wednesday, May 20, 3' p.m., in  the Methodist Church���������"The Sunday School Standards of Efficiency,"  Rev. I. W. Williamson; Round  Table Conference, led by Miss Spencer and Mr. Williamson; reports and  election of officers. 8:00 p.m., in  the Baptist church, ''The World's  Sunday School Cenvention," Rev.  I. W. Williamson. Special music  and offering.  Oui' spring  stock  of Iiats  is now  on  display.    We've   gathered    them   from  the  best hatters  known  to the trade.  They   are   Correct    Hats���������Iiats    that  Fashion says are correct.    The changes this sea- -  son 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.  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  cAll Its Branches  Boundary Trust l&  Investment Co., Ltd.  Established 1901  First Street  The Interior of the Earth  George K, Gilbert has written,and  the United States Geological Survey  has published a paper entitled, "Interpretation of   Anomalies of Gravi  ty," from which The   Sun takes the  following passage: "The inner earth  is the inalienable playground of tbe  imagination.    Once it contained the  forges of blacksmith   gods; or it was  the   birthplace of   our race, or the  home   or   prison   of     di.-eni bodied  spiiits.      Later,   Symines   hollowed  from u   a   vast   h tollable   empire,  concave like the  world   of   Koresh.  Science now claims   exclusive   title,  but holds it chiefly for   speculative  purpo.-ies.; and the. freedom of speculation practically recognizes but two  limitations:   The inner earth is dense,  and   it   is   rigid.    As  to  all other  properties, opinion is untrammeled.  It   is   my   own view that tbe inner  part of the nucleus is not only   hot,  but very hot.    If the law   of   compression by pressure and the   law of  expansion   by   heat,   as we   know  them at the surface,   apply   eqnally  to the nucleus, then the mean   tern  perature of the earth must be  enormous   in   order   to  afford  a mean  density so low as 5.6.  An enormous  temperature   impliss   an   enormous  store of heat."  ���������Our store is the MEN'S  SHOE IM-  POBIU-vI for the city.    Included in  oiir 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.  rawa-j-Mii-tfiwi-!^^  Take your repairs to Armson, shoe  repairer.     fhe Hub.     Look   for the  Big Boot.  For Sale���������33 Winchester   repeater;  take down    Apply this office  The Sun only costs SI a year.     It  prints all the news.  THICK, GLOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDEUFF  Girls! Try It!  Hair getc soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a 25 cent bottle  of Danderine,  Notice  Notice is hereby yiven that if the  rock left in the rear of my shop hist  summ.r is not removed within a  month the same will be sold.  A. A. Frechette.  Dated April 16, 1914.  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 to  1300 lbs ; one matched sorrel team.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks,B.C.  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OR DYSPEPSIA  "Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour,  Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  If what you just ate is souring on  your stomach or lies like a lump of.  lead, refusing to digest, or you belch  gas and eructate sour, undigested  food, or have a feeling of dizziness,  heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad'taste  In mouth and stomach-headache, you  can get Mossed relief In five minutes.  Put an end to stomach trouble forever  by getting a large fifty-cent case of  Pane's Diapepsin from any drug store.  You realise in five minutes how needless it h to suffer from ind'gestion,  dyspepsia or any stomad. lisorder.  It's tin cuickest, surest stomach doctor   in   the   world.     It's   wonderful.  Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C. Peck ham,  Second hand Store.  IT WILL MAKE  YOU  HAPPY  ''////mm  No need having piles any longer-  No need of suffering another day!  Steam's Pile Remedy (complete with  tube) will help you or IT COSTS YOU  NOT  ONE   CENT.  This remedy is a combination of the  lately discovered, high-priced Adrenalin Chloride with other powerful curative principles, and IT STOPS THE  PILE  PAIN   IN  ONE MINUTE!  SIo sure are we that Steam's Pile  Remedy will benefit you that we will  REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are  not satisil.cl.  ���������) This is the only pile remedy that  we can guarantee and we know you  7/ill thank us for telling you about it.  We have  the exclusive agency.  WOODLAND  &  QUINN.  If yen ca:o for heavy hair that glistens with beauty and is radiant, with  life; has an incomparable softness and  is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application doubles the  beauty of your hair, besides it immediately dissolves every particle of  dandruff. You can not have nice  heavy, healthy hair if you have  dandruff. This destructive scurf robs  the hair of its lustre, its strength and  its very life, and if not overcome it  produces a feverishncss and itching of  the scrip; the hair roots famish,  loosw-i and die; then the hair falls out  fast. Surely get a 25-cont bottle of  Knowlton's Danderine from any drug  otoro ami just try It.  A SPECIALIST. WHO CURES  Many so-called specialists make  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures. My record of  16 years' experience in this treat  ment of all chronic, nervous, and  special ailments of men is sufficient  proof of my ability to affect a cure,  when a cuJe 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 OFFER! Absolutely free expert medical examination and consultation. Absolute guarantee of complete cure of every case I undertake, and moderate price.    Call on or write for booklet to  210 Howard Street, Spokane  DR. KELLEY  ft  )>  v,  I'f,!.  V1.  1  i:  it>  ���������ft  1 ,  I  \i\  ������  11  r  h  V  V,  ���������t  tit  I  I;  M  ft  i"  i  mmmmMmammm

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