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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist May 29, 1914

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 4>. Mton/A A /���������/  ..,*���������������? ������*'Wi-r_sij.  '^  Kettle'Vailoy Orchardis.t  THIRTEENTH YEAR���������No.  31  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914  $1.00 PER YEAR  Local Man Asks the City  Council for Some Con-  ,' cessions  Mayor Gaw and  Aldermen- FlickJ  ���������-non,   Bonthron.    Donaldson, and  McCallum  were present at theregu  lar meeting of the   city 'council   on  Tuesday evening.  A communication from Mr. Ki'dd,  of Vancouver, quoting prices on fireproof safes, was ordered filed.'  A communication frpm ��������� Percy  Andrews drew the council's.attention  to a field of mustard going to seed  -adjacent to his ranch. The council  was of the opinion that the pr per  -party - to lodge the complaint with  was the owner of the land.  A petition was received from  Messrs. Andrews, Peterson, Coryell,  et al.,requesting the council to open  up Briar street, near the Cooper  bridge. On motion of Aid. Bicker-  ton and McCallum, the request of  the petitioners was granted.  An application for city water from  Harpld   Miller   was referred to the  .   chairman' of, .the   water and'ligbt  committee.- " * ' -  Mrs. Logan,  city' janitrese, made  application for an increase of $6 per  month in her   salary.    Referred   to  the   chairman   of  the finance com  " mittee, with instructions  to   report  at, the next meeting.  Bernard Lequime addressed, the  council on the subject of establishing  a creamery in the city.    A* such an  enterprise would undoubtedly be of  great benefit to the  city  and   community, he thought the city  should  be willing to make some concessions.  In   his   opinion   assistance   in the  shape of a free site, exemption from  taxation  for eight  years, and  free  water and light for two years, would  be a fair inducement.    He intended  to install a superior plant to that in  the   Curlew  creamery.    Aid.   Donaldson expressed  himself as  being  in favor of the enterprisers it would  be a good  thing for the city.    He  did not think that Mr. Lequime had  asked   for   anything  unreasonable.  Aid. McCallum said the city should  encourage all industries, and Mayor  Gaw expressed the same sentiments,  but he suggested that action in  the  matter be postponed until some future meeting when all the aldermen  should be present.    This was  satisfactory   to   Mr.   Lequime, and tbe  subject was   dropped for the time  being.  On motion of Aid. Donaldson and  Bickerton, VV. J. Mclntyre "was allowed the difference in the cost of a  1-inch and a 2-incb water main to  his new house in the West end.  The chairman of the board of  works reported th-^t the Fourth  street bridge had been replanked  satisfactorily; the grading of Observation avenue and Water street was  nearly completed, but the block required to straighten the latter street  at the C.P.R, crossing had not yet  been secured from the railway company; the sidewalk on Winnipeg  avenue, this side the school house,  was in a bad condition, and should  be replaced by a six-foot walk, On  motion, the board of works was au  thorized to have this walk renewed,  and ajso to build a hoard walk on  the north side of Second street,  from' Bridge street to the alley near  Campbell &, Liddicoat's blacksmith  shop, and,to.make the required re:  pairs to other.sidewalks,' and  cross-  il)g?-..    ," '      Y -'���������-.������"���������    ..   .'.���������'..   '  The  chairman; of  the water and  light committee  reported .that   the  committee was still Iwaiting for  the'  pipe for the/water  main   from   Ob  servation avenue to the Great North  em   pt-itioii.*-". It   would   be laid as  soon as it arrival.  On rjiotioiilof Aid. McCallum and  Bonthrori/.tHe; matter of re papering  the council": chambers was referred  to .the'mayor, and the finance committee. ���������    ','',''.  Aid. .Bonthron stated that the  ���������property 'owners on Victoria avenue,  between Second and" Third streets,  had petitioned for a five foot cement sidewalk last summer. At  that time there was'no money available for this work If these property owners were still of the same  mind, they could have the walk  W. J Galipeau, who was present,  explained that the petition had  been sent to Greenwood for the sig  nature of a property owner, and  that it would be returned to this  city in a day or two. On the representation, ��������� the" board of "works was  authorized to have tbe sidewalk  constructed.  .The. chairman, of, the...board of-  works explained that there was still  more money avalable for cement  sidewalks, but property owners were  slow in making application for the  same.  On motion of Aid. McCallum,  the lawn sprinkling hours were  fixed from 6 to 9 o'clock in the  morning and from 5. to 9 in. the  evenisig.  On motion of Aid. McCallum and  v  Bonthron, the health and relief com  mittee was authorized to hire a  team and a man to complete hanl-  ing away the debris gathered on  cleaning-up day, at a cost not to exceed $15.  ANOTHER STRIKE  rank   and   gives  an  entertainment  that is of real worth.  Mrs. Emslie was assisted in the  program by Mrs. G. H. Lee, - Miss  Nellie Carter and W. H. Tasker,  whose services are always of high  value and much appreciated.  The Indications  Are That,  Another Rich Mine Has  Been Discovered  Another strike of what appears to  be high grade ore wa.madeiu Frank  lin camp this week, on the .United  Verde and United Verde fraction  claims, owned by Wm. Minion and  Lewis Johnson. These properties,  which are located on the opposite  side of the river from the Union  mine, are being developed by Mr..  Minion and Lew Merson. A twelve-  foot shaft has been sunk. The surface formation on these claims is the  same as that on he Union property,  and the ore appears to be of a similar character as is now being shipped  from that mine. Mr. Johnson took  a sample of the ore over to Nelson  oh Monday to have an assay  made.  NEWS OF THE CUT  ' A general meeting of the stockholders of the Grand Forks Concrete company will be held in the  Miners' Union hall next Tuesday  evening, June 3, for the transaction  of general business. A very creditable display of some of the articles  manufactured by this company has  been made by the side of A.  A. Frechette's ' harness shop The  exhibit includes concrete fence posts,,  pipe, and ornamental -building  blocks.   ���������  Board of Trade Wants Great  Northern to   Examine  North Fork District  THE MIDWAY  CELEBRATION  For the seven days ending May  21, tbe Granby smelter in this city  treated 24,133 tons of ore, 23,897  tons of which were from the company's own properties and 226 tons  of foreign ore. For the same period  Granby shipped 347,000 -pounds of  blister copper.  For the year the Granby has  treated a total of 472.033 tons of  ore, 463.131 tons being,from the  company's mines at Phoenix and  8,892 tons from foreign properties.  The blister copper shipments for the  year were 7,856,652 pounds.  METEOROLOGICAL  The following is tbe minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Min  i'May 22���������Friday  44  23���������Saturday  .... 48  24���������Sundiv,  51  25���������Monday  43  26���������Tuesday  38  27���������Wednesday... 42  28-Thursday  32  Some two hundred excursionists,  accompanied by the band,  baseball  and   football   teams,    boarded   the  special train   on  Monday   morning  for   Midway   where   the   Boundary  residents   have   for   a   number   of  years celebrated Victoria Day.   This  crowd was augmented, considerably  during the day by auto parties from  this city, it being stated that twenty-  five machines made the trip, so that  Grand Forks was fairly   well   represented  at  the  celebration.      Large  crowds were also present from Greenwood,   Phoenix,   Rock  Creek  and  other Boundary points.  The weather was all that could be  desired, and the sports were, well  handled by those in charge, there  being something going on all day  The baseball tournament, which  was participated in by teams from  Danville, Molson, Republic, Phoenix and Grand Forks, was won by  Phoenix,, who captured three games.  The football match between the  Mother Lode and Grand Forks  elevens was keenly contested and  proved a leading attraction for the  spectators. After a hard .fought  contest the match resulted in a draw,  the prize money being divided  between the two teams.  Trap shooting, horse races and  athletic sports occupied the balance  of an enjoyable day's out.ting, while  a dance was given  in   the evening.  Assistant Principal Matheson of  the public school has received word  from Major Belson that he will be  in Grand Forks on July 11th to inspect the local corp'of cadets. The  boys are now using tbe large Ross  rifles in target practice at the range  of tbe Kettle Valley rifle association  and some good scores are being  made, Heath Hales, scoring 33 out  of a possible 35 at 200 yards.  The shareholders of the Grand  Forks.Canning company will hold a  general meeting in the cannery  building on Friday, June" 5. A  proposition to re-organize the company under the Agricultural Association act will be made. The officers state that the plant has been  ordered, and that the company will  be able to start operations this sum  mer.  Joint memorial and decoration  services will be held by the local  lodges of tbe Knights of Pythias  and Pythian Sisters on Sunday,  June 14th. Service will be held in  the Davis hall at 2:30 p.m., after  which the members of1'the two  orders will march in a body to the  cemetery, and decorate the graves of  departed brothers and sisters.  The west bound Great Northern  passenger train ran off the track  near Curlew last nightb All of the  coaches were derafled, .but only one  passenger was slightly injured. The  accident tied up freight traffiic for  about twelve hours  "There was a good-attendance at  the regular meeting of the Grand  Forks board of'trade'on Wednesday  evening: In the absence of President DeCew, Dr. Acres occupied the  chair.  The secretary was instructed to  write to Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of agriculture, and to Inspector  of Fisheries Cunningham, at New  Westminster, in regard to stocking  Christina lake with bass fingerlings,-  and to explain to these gentlemen  that these fish are not indiginous  to these waters. He was also requested to write to the post office  department, urging that mail boxes  be placed at the railway stations in  this city.  A resolution was adopted instructing the transportation, committee to take up the matter of a  common point freight rates with the  officials of the railways entering the  city.  The secretary was instructed to'  write to Second Vice-President Ken-  ney, of the traffic department of the  Great Northern railway, and call  his attention to the development  and resources of the North Fork  country, and to ask him to investigate the*same.  The chairmen of the various com-  -xiittees were instructed to hand in  their estimates for the current year  to the secretary at as early a date as  possibly.  On motion, the board decided that  during the months of June, July and  August meetings would only beheld  on tbe third Tuesday of each  month.  Max.  77  71  67  67  65  A Literary Treat  The literary and musical entertainment in the Presbyterian church  on Wednesday evening was a rjreat  treat and was thoroughly enjoyed by  all attending.  Mrs.   Belle   Rose   Emslie is an  World's Leading Advertiser  The death took place tbe other  day of the man of whom perhaps it  could be fairly said that he was tbe  world's leading advertiser, T. J.  Barratt, who made Pears' soap the  household word that it has become.  When he took over the business,  the most money that had ever been  spent in advertising the soap in a  year was $400. His bills of late  years have been in the neighborhood of $600,000. He elaborated  his theories to a considerable extent  and the motto that he attached the  most importance to was this: "Advertising does not jerk, but pulls,"  It was not the spasmodic big display that he found brought results  53  Inches'  artist of high order.    Her enuncia  tion is very clear and her voice well  DUt the steady day in and day out  under control, as was demonstrated appeal   in   tbe   carefully   selected  in    her    characterizations     which   mediums. . The talk of hard  times  showed a master hand.    Her rend-  never   affected   his   appropriations  ering of "The Spell of the Yukon"  and he found that,   as  a result of  held   the   audience   in    breathless this policy, they did not  affect his 'solidated and others will be able to  World's Copper Production  The world's production of copper  for 1914 will be 25,000,000 pounds  less,than tbe amount demanded by  consumers, according to carefully  compiled statistics by Edward V.  Carter, with Sharp _z Irvine, mining  brokers, Spokane, who has been  gathering data on the copper situation.  "In the last five years the world's  copper surplus has fallen from 350,-  000,000 pounds to 110,000,000  pounds," says Mr. Carter. "At the  present rate of consumption this is  but a 15 days' supply.  "Tbe first quarter of 1914 showed  a production of 11,000,000 pounds  less than for the corresponding  period in 1913, and, allowing a  slight decrease for tbe remainder of  the year, the total outpat will be  about 1,650,000,000 pounds, leaving  a deficit of 25,000,000 pounds to be  supplied from the surplus stock of  110,000,000 pounds.  "This condition marks the prospects for the copper producing properties of the north-west as unusually bright. There undoubtedly  will be an apprecia ble advance in  copper prices soon, and as a result  such companies as tbe Granby, the  B. C.   Copper,   the  Canadian  Con-  Rainfall  0.62 silence.   She is a reader of the  first sales either.  increase their earnings materially. '.:tM;5'  in  i'-.'J  iiii:*  lli.-i'  [til  m  ilfc'f I  11 Wl ������*  l!fi.  Hi:  ifJ:  1������ !  .':*'���������.  I ���������������������������  W  i;f:  !^:-  '���������J> ;.  ���������;<;���������' -  .-V  'if-  w_tlr_.__.A.__....K._J__^?_^_^_tf_uV7^___.^__^_������7___^Uu.__v^l  'if-'"-  I I'i"  III--  Mi  \i V  U  <���������  THE   SUN,    iRAND   FOKKS,   B. C.  SUBSCRIPTION KA-BB :  /ue  Xeur     $1.50  J������e  .ear (In advance) '  1.00  1 'ue Year, in United States  1.60  Iclrfress all communications to  The Gka.no Fobks Sun.  -'hunb 1174 Gkand Fohks, B.C  5Jhi> ^tcttt&JfnrkB S>tttt developing some of the more  ' promising   properties     there  G.  A.   EVANS,  -D.TOR  AND  PUBUSH-B    ^   ^^^^   with 8U0_ |  cess.    The Union mine is one i  0 of the richest in the west,, and  with railway  communication  with the camp it would be the  best paying mining  propo'si  .ions   in   British    Columbia.  If the   latest    strike  proves  equally as good, we may yet  witness a mining excitement  at our back door  in  spite  of  the  fact that it is a difficult  task    to   stampede   the   old  miner and prospector unless  he can   see  danger, privation  and hardships ahead of him  FRIDAY,- MAY 29,   1914  Western,Canada is oil mad  at present. A month ago men  who were, then supposed to be  hard pressed for ready 'cash  now have an abundance of  money to hand over to the  first oil promoter who happens to cross their' path. A  few of these specutators may  gain wealth by their venture,  but a vast majority���������and the  Tor 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.  A, D, MORRISON  JEWE-HIR-OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS,'B.C.  The rains during  the  past  week made farmers in this  district surer of a dividend  from  the   proceeds   of their  crops than are the holders  of  majority is always composed 0ii well Shares.  of people* who can  not afford'    to part with money in ..this  manner���������will only add to  their collection of worthless  stock certificates. The excitement is a forcible remind-  . er that gambling is an  inherent  trait  of human    nature,  ' and, that most people play the  game  until  they   go   broke.  A few years ago the mining  "wild-cattor" was  in    vogue.  He   was   succeeded   by  the  "wild-cat" real estate peddler.  These gentlemen made dupes  of the public.    The .oil   promoters   are  now    doing  the  identical thing.    Oil  is  valuable, and it may become more  valuable as the years roll  on;  but  before you  invest in oil  stock find out if the company  has any oil   lands, where   located, .and  if the officers and  promoters   are   men    of   integrity.   ���������  If  the  strikes  of rich ore  that have been made in Franklin camp during the past few  months  had  been   made   in  some scorching desert, or in  an  inaccessible region of the  frozen north, there would have  been a stampede to it of considerable magnitude.    But because it is in the heart of civilization  no  one pays any attention to it.    And yet, from  present, indications, there are  yet fortunes to be made there.  The   find   made   this    week  shows   that it  is not a one-  mine camp, and the man who  invests his surplus  money in  According to gardeners,  amateur and professional, we  have many objectionable, pestiferous and destructive bugs  in British- Columbia���������insects  that make the life of the horticulturist a 'burden. These  insects appear to be constantly adding to their number.  Now the department of agriculture warns us against another. He is the Chinch bug,  and to his discredit there is  an item of three hundred and  fifty million dollars, representing the damage he has done  in sixty years. Although we  can not help thinking this is  only an estimate, yet we hope  that Chinch may not consider  British Columbia worth invading. Still we are beginning to realize that there are  attractions here which draw  all kinds of immigrants to our  shores.���������Victoria Times.  identifying himself with the  ragtag and bobtail of his following in thc house would  have been illogical; and Sir  Edward is nothing if ��������� not an  able lawyer."    ''  is now ppen for business with a  fnll 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 Interna-  tional Stool. Food on hand. Satisfaction  Guaranteed. ' . ��������� .  Rooms . on   First  Street and Warerooms in Colombia  POINTED PARAGRAPHS  A twin'does nothing original  he makes mistakes.  when  prevention   way   be  of  cure, but it costs  The Vancouver World says:  "Sir Edward  Carson says he  was never so proud of Bonar  Law as when the  latter gentleman  refused  to repudiate  the   disgraceful   conduct    of  what reputable members and  organs   of   the  Conservative  party in  Great  Britain now  ask the world to believe originated with a few  'hot  heads.'  All through  political  affairs,  of late, Sir Edward has shown  himself a man of judgment so  perverted   and   of   taste   so  abominable that not   to have  complimented Mr.   Law   on  And most of.our tragedies look like  comedies to our neigh hers  ���������When a voung man mixes rye with  his wild oats he gets a crop  An cm gee of  worth a pound  less.  Riches permit one to appreciate the  blessings of poverty���������from a proper  distance.  An easy task���������to put one's foot in  it when .one attempts to staud on one's  dignity.  " The man who tells the truth, the  whole truth and nothing but. the  truth is called a knocker. . '  Any man can be friirly happy if .he  is satisfied to let other people do his  worrying for him.  A state of extreme joy is all right,  but as a regular diet it loses its ilavor.  Bad luck is one of the things that  come to those*who sit down and wait.  :OUR, ACID. STOMACHS,  GASES 0.?- IHDIGESTIO::  Each "Pape's Dinpopcir," digests 3CC-  grains food, ending all stomach  misery in five minutes.  Time it!    In f.ve minutes all stom  ach distress  v.ill go.    No iwliijcstio::  heartburn,   sourness   or   belching . o  gas, aci J, or eructations of undigest. .  food,    no    dizziness,    bloaiing,    foul  breath, or heartache.  Pape's Piapepsf.i is noted for its  speed in regulating upset stomachs.  It is the surest, quickest stomach remedy in the whole world and besides il  is harmless. Put an end to stomach  trouble forever by getting a larg.  fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin  frov. any drug store. You realize in  five minutes how needless it is to suffer froin indigestion, dyspepsia or any  stomach disorder. It's the quickest.  siiros". and most harmless stomacr  doctor in the world.  Yale  Barber  Shop  Kazor Honing a Specialty.  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. ,  Woodiand<^Quinn  The Rexsli Druggists  WHITE WYANDOTTES  S. 0, RHODE ISLAND REDS  EGGS FOR HATCHING  Orders taken for day old chicks  I have two nice pens of White  Wyandottes mated up, undone each  of Reds.   ���������  Prices from either pen. or mite pen  you like, $2 00 per 1_, 83.50 por 24.  $5 00 per 3G Day-old chicks, 25c  each  All infertile e������������s are replaced providing they are returned after test, on  the 10th day.  Fifty setting Ih-tis wanted. Let mi'  know what you have _.ot.   .  EI. EI.W. MILLS  GRAND    FORKS,    B.   C.  Geo. E. Rlassie  Fashionable  Ladies' and Gentlemen's  of Every Description  Bridge Street  rand Forts, B, G.  Whpn our spirits are on the ebh  we think we haven't a ghost of a  show.  DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS &S&  gulatinjr Pill for.Women. $5 a box or three foi  $10. Sold at all Drug Stores, or mailed to any  address on receipt of price.   The Scoi)e���������i, Drv.  Co.,Bt. Catharines, Ontario.   Kc'dtoroa  Vila ana'  Vitality; for Nerve and Drain; increase.-) "g:-.y  matter"; a Tonic���������will build you up. $.5 a box, or  two for $5, at drug- 6to.ps, or by irin.il on wei'-*.  of price." The Scob.ll Drug Co., St. Catharines.  Ontario.    ,  PHOSPHONOL FOR MEN.  AT YOUH  SERVICE  ���������Modern Ritis and'Good  Horses at All Hours  the  at  odel Livery Barn  Barns 8 O'Ray, Props.  Phone 68 Second Street  They are usually best  and most satisfactory  in the end.  Y'S BEST  BOTTLED BEER  is a home product of  real merit. Get a  a case today and try it  now.    Ask for it.  GRAND FORKS BREWING  COMPANY  $1,50  PER DOZEN,   DELIVERED  Wm. B. Glanville  Sanitary Dairyman  GRAND FORKS, B.C.  Milk and Cream delivered to all parts of the city  daily. Dairy absosolute'ly  sanitary. We endeavor to  please our customers.   ���������  flartin fit-Hen  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  Teaming of All Kinds.  Bus and Baggage at All  Trains.  Mclntyre 8  Mclnnis, Proprietors  'Pi  n  $1  I THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  in Wolf camp, near Curlew, Wash.,  has made tbe first payment on the  properties. '  Heath Hales, while   crossing   the  Granby. dump   Saturday    morning  in company wilh some   other oadct-  on their   way   to   the range buck of  (the   smelter,    fell   on   the slag and  sustained a severe cut on the   knee.  The Granby auto conveyed   him   to  the hospital, where two stitches were  found necessary.  The westf-rn branch of the Canadian Mining institute opened its  eighteenth general session in Nelson  yesterday.  Shortly after The  Sun   had   gone  to press l--ist Friday   Mrs, A. Pocock  brought a bouquet of beautiful roses  j into the office.    These are  the   first  'roses reconb-l in Moom in   this  city  this year.    The s ime lady also   had  the   fir.-t- bloom   of (Ids variety of  flowers last year.    Mrs. Pocock    has  over sixty varieties of roses   in   her  garden.  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 be  tried to be appreciated, and once used always called for. ���������  Meat Mercnants  First Street  Two strangers giving the names of  Baker and O'Neil were up in tbe  police court on Saturday on a charge  of havi'ng stolen'snmp blankets from  'a C.P.R. car.- The goods' were recovered and the case was dismissed  O'Neil has since been deported.  Whatever of labor legislation has  been placed on the statute books of  the muihi.T country has become directly or indirectly through Liberalism, but it not infrequently happens  that labor forgets or ignores.this fact  when a Liberal government does  not step fast enough to suit it.���������  Brantford Expositor.  Many a   friendship   has   been   cut  -.l-f-   Kir   "   ' ��������� ~ L -  short by a long tongue.  Don't attempt to take advantage of  a mule; he is apt to get back   at   you.  Accept no substitutes, but  o-p.t the  original���������The Grand ' Forks Sun. It  gathers and punts   die   news   of the  city .and district first.  A POTATO PUNT  strument That Any Farmer Can Make  on the spokes, which come in   contact  with   a   piece   of  light  steel spring,  which makes a noise so that the boys  know when to drop the sets   into   the  spouts.     A   seat   may.   be   arranged  Convenient Homermade In- di'ectiy behind the spouts for the  m * * " comfort of those  dropping  the   pota  toes.  As soon as the potatoes are planted  it is advisable to harrow the   land   so    I that ' any   that   are not deep enough  j may be covered.,   It is also  advisable  -  t   A   simple     home-made  instrument, to harrow several times before the po-  that farmers, when  planting potatoes,   tatoes come up, the last   harrowing to  will find very convenient, can  be con : be just when the sprouts   are   appeal  structed with little labor and at small ling     Tho harrowing  will   kill    weeds  expense.     Tlie   following   description'and keep the crust broken to   form   a  *     gives    particulars,   showing how    the , mulch to conserve moisture and warm  planter   may  be made and   operated ��������� the soil.    In this way growth   is-  on  The main frame is 3 ft. 6 in.   by   o  couraged   and   much time is saved in  ft., and   made of   hardwood planks 2 | weeding   of   the   potatoes after they  in.    thick   by   10  in. wide, bolted to-: are up,  gether at the corners.    The spouts are '  made   of   heavy gas pipe, 14 in. long  and 3i- in. in diameter, tapered at the  point like a cultivator tooth,   so   that  they will not drag the sod or manure.  The tipper end   of the   tooth   has   a  thread   on   it and  is screwed into a  piece of hardwood scantling 6 in. by 6  in. and 2S in. long,   bolted   firmly   to  the frame.    The balance of   the spout  attached   to   the   hopper  is   made of ������������������������������������  heavy zinc and is wider at the top for      Divissions 1 and 2 of   the   public  convenience in dropping in   the   pota- school held a  picnic   on   Morrissey  toes. The spouts are placed 3 ft. apart creek on Monday, the 25th. Athletic  and   the   wheels   are centered.IS in.  sports for boys and  girls,   and   two  from    them,   so   that   the one wheel   baseball matches,'occupied   the   pu-  comes back into its own   mark,    thus  pils   during the  greater part of the  making all the rows the same distance day, while an ample  supply   of   re-  apart.    Should it bo desired   to  have  freshments   belpsd   not   a   little in  the rows closer together, the machine  making the outing a   pleasant  one  can be made on the same  principle.to A. S. Matheson, assistant principal,  suit any distance. ! accompanied the children  The   wheels   are   the kind used on |  The clock in the post office tower  is working so leisurely these warm  evening that every citizen has ample  time to get into bed before it strikes  nine.  Death of Mrs. Geo. Chappie  Mrs. F. E. Cooper received a tele:  gram from Victoria on Monday saying that Mrs. George Chappie had  died suddenly in that city on the  previous evening. No particulars  were given, except that she was in  her usual health on the day before  her death.   ;  Mrs.   Chappie   was,  one   of   the  pioneers   of   Grand   Forks, and resided   here   until   about four years  ago. when she and her husband and  their four children removed   to Spb-  1 .ne.    After a r.wo years' residence  in that city they moved to Victoria.  .Mrs.   Chappie   was   between   thirty  and   forty   y^ars   of   a<re, of   robust  constirntion, find the   news   of   her  death was a great, surprise   to    her  many, friends here.'   She was a most  estimable    woman,    and   her many  good'qua lilies made her   very popular with all classes of society., While  she lived   here she took a great interest in fraternal society work, and  her former co-workers in this   field,  as well as  tbe citizens at   large, extend their   heartfelt  sympathies  to  the bereaved family.  So Manitoba and British Columbia'can't have any more senators.  And these two provinces are simply  overloaded with good healthy  Tories, guaranteed to live over the  allotted span. Too bad!���������Ottawa  Free Press.  Lost or Strayed���������Since -May 'Mth  or loth, one four-year-old  horse, with  leather halter on; branded, two  figure  ones with bar on top, thus iT, on right  shoulder, low down; dark   color,   with  white mark down centre  of  face, and  lower part of back legs   white; weight  about 950 lbs.; tail has been cut lately.  Anyone giving information which will  lead to the return or-recovery of same  will be amply   rewarded.    Ed. Jones,  First street, close to race track.  Blind patriotism   makes   niillron-  aires of the armament nhgsters who  concoct and  stimulate   war   scares.  Honest  folk  in Britain, in Canada,  in France, the  United  States,   Germany and Russia, having  heard repeatedly that tbey are in danger  of  foreign attack, permit   their   representatives to tax   them   even   more  heavily���������'-and   the  armament rings  get   the  money.���������St.  John,  N. B.,  Telegraph.  John Wanamaker says in Judicious  Advertising: "Advertising doesn't  jerk; it pulls. It begins very gently  at first, but the pu.'l is steady. It increases day by day and year b\- year,  until, it exerts an irresistible    power "  The  Sun   is  the   best newspaper  value in the Boundary country.  10 CENT "CASCAEETS"  FOR LIVEE AND BOWELS  Cure    Sick    Headache,    Constination  Biliousness,   Sour   Stom,ch,   S_d  Breath���������Candy  Cathartic.    -  ��������� No odds how bad your liver,, stomach or bowels; how much your head  aches, how miserable you arc' from  constipation; indigestion, biiiaasnoss  and sluggish bowels���������you always got  relief with Cascarets. They immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food  and foul gases; take the excess bilo  from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter v.and ..poison  from the intestines and bowels. V  10-cent box from your druggist. ..:il  keen your iivcr and bov/eis c.'.'an; ���������  stoma."': .rvoei and head clear for  months...  They wori: while you sJeep.  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE  Football Schedule  May J���������Grand Forks at Mother Lod<  10��������� Mother Lode  at Green wore1.  IS���������Phoenix at Grand Fork.".  17���������Greenwood at Phoenix.  20���������-Grand Forks at Phoenix,  27���������Mother Lode at Grand Forks  June 7���������Greenwood at Mother Lode.  11���������Grand Forks   at Greenwood.  14���������Mother Lode at Phoenix.  21���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  _4���������Greenwood at Grand Forks.  2S���������Phoenix at Mother Lode.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on liand,  i  mn.T^ighest--marketPrepaid for live  stock.  1, L KmE 58 and receive Prompt and courteous  attention.  are  ....  the old fashioned walking cultivators,  with levers for raising and lowering.  The ratchets on the levers "should be  small and close together, so that they  can be moved up or down any desired  distance. Gang-plough wheels with  ratchets on the sides may also be used  by elevating the frame to suit.  mi ���������  Mr. and Mrs. Ben oweezey left on  Wednesday for Franklin camp,  where Mr. Sweezey will work on his  claims. Jim Sweezey accompanied  them, and will also spend the summer in the North Fork country.  ^  wr.  ���������,���������_.������������  _Vtfl_Vtft  _._.-������<_B _.���������, -rame co suit. NurSe CamPbe11 'eft on Friday for j  The wheels should be so placed that  a raonth's vlsit with her-sister, Mrs.  the  machine   will   balance when two   Poe" at Prinmtnn  Poe, at Princeton.  All free miners' licenses expire on ,  May 31, and must be renewed on or j  before that date.  boys are sitting on the back. The  boxes, holding one bushel of cut potatoes, are shaped like a mason's hod  and   held  firmly   in place in front of  the top end of the spouts, The dis- It is stated that tbe Granby com-  tance apart for dropping the cut po- pany, which holds an option on the  tatoes is regulated   by blocks, bolted  Lame Foot group of claims, situate  INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS/|  The gentleman on thc tortoise  represents the man who does not  ndvertisc���������the one who tries to do  business as it was done in the days  of the tallow candle or thc oil lamp  Are you in the glare of thc elec  tric light���������in thc automobile of  Modern Methods?  Our Want Ads. are high voltage  batteries, whether you want light  or power���������business publicity or  > competent heln \  diant watch is an ordinary watch  with the hands and fn'tires f-nn-  melled with radium which makes  them luminous.andtlieyshow the  time clearly in the dark.   It is a  day and NIGHT watch, in fact  the darker the night the brighter  thebandsand figures. With this  watch hung up in your bedroom  you can see the time any part of  the night.    It is a speciality for  those who prefer a watch different to any other.   Masters' Ra  diant watch is a genuine timekeeper, fully warranted, and lilted with their famous Veracity  lever movement and Solid Silver  Cases, price 50.-(r. dollars),free  to any part of the world, or on  our special foreign terms, half-  cash, IB/- with order mnl 25/ on  delivery. Orderoncof thesowori-  derfulSO/-l-.adiant Watches now.  Soli. Golrf Demi-flufiling Waicii  Another bargain is Masters' Solid Gold  Demi-Hunting Watch, a splendid production, price oniy 90/-, or -5 - with  order, and 45/ on delivery.    Special  attention is given to foreign orders  We supply Watches, Rinits, 'Jeu-ellrrx, Cutlery, Plate, Gramophone:, llr,r,tl, Ctothit.-s;  &c     CATALOGUE vill le sent fr,r a;,l  post paid to any address in the Ivor Id  Cold Radiant Watches ������7 ins. e������in ;m  MASTERS, Ltd, RYr, En?.  If the CiihIi oil Del ivory .Sysfoui in in iiho in your country, tho" you rieoil onlv sond  101��������� for either watch yon select, anil pay biiliinee wlion yon rnnoivo tlio watc'i.  MASTERS,  LTD., RYE, ENG. -/���������_._--. _^toj--iL-j-4_.J-___.fc( _---u._._j.vt������*_i-'-_-\-jj>J'_)_;.������__ u._/i_.j^.xct-^-^.y^i_-i-iw  1 ������  '.J I  ';������������������;  ili'-'t  ipi  ill  ������ i  E  11'  III!  Km  ' 1    M    '    ' I  ji ������!"  i.f"! I  s-.vt' : i  ift'l'  #':������  j * ui  i ft. i 'i  .1? i.  nft I j.  i,f.:''  .': i  .;;;.  ,-,-. ii  .'���������-sip..'  ife'  m  m  U'.'.-is'1  is.  tfi:  .5"'  i!  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  TO  S  Department of Agriculture  Tells How to Eradicate  Dandelion Pest  The first dandelion of the season  is welcome because it is a harbinger  o'f spring, but its fellows quickly  'wear out their welcome because tbey  swarm over and ruin the lawns. One  of the things difficult to understand  is why some lawns are almost absolutely free from this' pest, while  others close by are drowned in a sea  of dandelion seeds. - The owner of  the injured lawn works as hard as  the happy possessor of the lawn free  from the weed, but his efforts appear useless. To such unfortunate  victims the United States department of agriculture holds out   hope  of   SUCeHSS;  Cut off the top of each   dandelion  plant and apply a thimbleful of salt  to the "root exposed.    This will   kill  almost any dandelion.    But  salt, if  ' generally applied, ruins soil, and so  it must be placed only on the top of  thc root of   the dandelion.   Cutting  off the top without salting  the   root  is labor lost, because .the   tap   root  grows down so deeply  that   cuttiug  off the top encourages thicker growth  from the root.    The best time to do  the work is before the weed is  seed  ed.    The   spreading   of  the   seeds  from lawns in the vicinity is of such  seriousness that cropping the dandelion before it has saeded might fitly  be made a subject  of legal   regulation in each pestered community.  Should the lawn be thickly covered with dandelions, thicken the  stand of grass or start all over again.  Thickening the grass crowds out the  dandelion. Put the grass into . vigorous condition in the autumn with  fertilizer and reseed it where the  grass is thin. Or plow the lawn up  or, if it be small, spade it and work  in commercial fertilizer or manure  that has rotted thoroughly. Fresh  manure contains seeds of weeds  ready to germinate. If the soil needs  lime, especially when, white clover  is sown, use lime. Harrow the land  or rake it frequently. Thorough cultivation destroys the seedlings and  tbe dandi'lions. The lawn should  be kept, in good condition through  careful niowinir, rolling and watering tip raying the dandelions with  a solution of sulphate of iron is dis  countenanced by the department of  agriculture,' because the solution  kills the grass beside the dandelion.  James J. Hill  The proposal to found  a railroad  p.rofessorship at Harvard in honor of  James J. Hill arises from a desire to  pay an adequate tribute  to   one   of  the most   remarkable men this continent   has   "produced.    He   stands  head and shoulders above his   compeers in the railroad world, and   no  name  is  so closely associated with  the development   of  the   American  west as his.    Imagination, courage,  immense grasp and indomitable de  tem.inatiomhave1 characterized  bis  exlreordinary career.    He built  up  a   great    transcontinental    system  without a subsidy of any kind,   developing the country and paying for  his road as he  went along.    When  we reflect upon the untold   millions  the people of Canada   have devoted  to railway construction it is  refreshing to contemplate the phenomenon  immediately south of the   boundary  line which sprang from ��������� the  genius  of James J. Hill.  He was the dominating   figure   in '"that  remarkable  quartette ��������� Strathcona,      Stephen,  Kennedy and himself���������who laid the  foundation   of   the  Great Northern  system.    The three others were  the  financial wizzards, but he   was   the  promoter, builder and operator of the  road when built.    He began his life  with next to no educational advantages, but today,to quote Elbert Hubbard, "he is one of the best educated  men in the world." Farmers,bankers  and   men   of  various other callings  never listen to his addresses without  feeling that they have learned much  that is of  value.    Americans   have  come to regard him   as   a   national  asset, and with this idea  Canadians  can well sympathize,  for   the   man  they   honor    is    Canadian born.���������  Victoria Times,  Will British Statesmanship Fail  British people have been wont to  speak highly of themselves and  their ability to govern themselves,  say's a Manitoba "exchange. Yet at  the present moment the people of  Great Britain are showing as much  ability to govern themselves as the  people of Mexico or China.  The situation in Ulster shows  quite clearly that the statesmen in  Great Britain are not possessed of  any higher God given powers than  the statesmen of other countries.  Civil war is considered to be the  mark of a low civilization and a  faint patriotism. Therefore, a civil  war in Britain must indicate a decline in the "ethical qualities of. the  British people. It may be but a  temporary phase, but nevertheless  the evidence is there.  When Saul grew jealous of David's  popularity, a just punishment came  upon him. The British people have  been vauuting their .own' greatness  and their own virtues, and behold  they, too, ' are humbled. They  thought themselves better than those  Pharisees, the Cerrnans, the French,  and, the Yankees, and behold, pride  goeth before destruction . and a  haughty spirit before a fall.  Strange Animal  While attending the pumps of the  City Water company at Marshall  lake some days ago, Thomas Moore  espied an animal abont the size of a  spaniel sitting on the dam. On being disturbed, Mr. Moore wns sur  prised to see the object dive for the  water and completely disappear. In  color it was rather dark, a circum  stance which disposes of the idea  that it was a beaver As it wns  much too l'tirge for a m>ir"Mi, I bi-  probability is that, the visitor is im  otter ���������Pboen'.x Pioneer.  aw ������������������ ji������������������������-?���������������<*Kutfa-auit,  GLEVELAH  Without a doubt, one of the strongest  bicycles ever built.  Thousands in use to-day, that have  been running ten to twenty years.  And still giving the utmost satisfaction.  The 3-piece "C.C.M." Hanger adds  the finishing touch of perfection to  this famous wheel.  Call and examine the latest "Clevelands "at  Headquarters  for  High-Grade  Sundries  J.   cTWOOYBQERj?  Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  JutSt  ������P   Opened  Shoes   made   to order  Repairing    a specialty  No   exorbitant   prices  Your patronage solicited  A. BAUMGARTNER  HENNIGER'S NEW  BUILDING  - BRIDGE STREET  Clear Reason  The other evening a Jewish friend  with whom I was playing bridge  told me a story of a co-religionist  who was exceedingly lucky at cards,  but very unfortunate on the turf;  His wife wondered and complained.  "Why is it you always win at  poker,"she said, "arid always lose  when you back the horses?"  ��������� "Well, my dear," came the gentle reply, "I don't shuffle the  horses."���������New York Sun.  The man who permits his wits to  go wool gathering risks being fleeced.  The devil's mistake would not affect  the work you get. We have reliable  men to handle the printing you ��������� send  us. We do the work well, and when  it is delivered you'll, say it's as it  shonld be. Every order is delivered  promptly. Every price is a fair one.  The Sun Print Shop.  As a man thinkelh, so he may be;  but as he sayeth, he seldom is.  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'  Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise  their trade cards for $5, orlarger advertisements from $15,  THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD.  25, Abchurch Lane, London,   E.C  Talking on t&S'Psiat  Our Claesrflod Want Ado. will  pilot tha ohlp of bualncaa to tho  ���������afe harbor of commercial, preo-  porlty. Pooplo road tho " Articles  for Salo" ads. If you havo something to coll toll thorn about It.  Ono Iprcis m'atehlnory flsvn In  Toronto hiao built tip Ito bunPnaos  by using Clacotfioil l.Via:vi Ac's. o;f  1    clualvejy.  is  <i  IS  EKCHA&TSand others  wli.6 use the adver  tising columns of The  Grand Forks Sun no longer  regard their expenditures in  the light of expense, but of  investment.  advertising is  of ex-  OW that  being purged  aggeration and untruth, the reading public,  especially that large circle of  Sun readers who receive thc  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.  N.D 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 Porks  h  b  ss  ������  Sf  ^s  'J  s*  2fo  ,Br  ft*  ML  w*&  9  aiw  ^>  S3ws  iSJ������  /a'ly  &  &  b&t  vfv THE   SU1S,- GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  Time;, and; JLa^of  May Be,  ���������  Saved and Work Will'Be'  Better Done  Twice the amount can be cut in a  given time and the sets will b������ more  evenly divided, if the easily uvixle potato cutter is used instead of the'  <ild method of cutting with the knife  'held in the hand.  All that is required is to. fasten a  One inch board 8i;x-tyi.oh<fsJwid<;������ p,i,a.necj  -on'the upper 8ide,'to.thetop ot a barrel <or box, holding it; on tightly by;  two deep cleats,,. A.'.longvsh/irp, t^in,  tabl.e knife is fixed thtrpu#h,|tb_eth<(>.u;dJ  in a slanting position, as, shown in the  illustaation   '      .   ;��������� .    , ;;,,,,.   ;  To, cut, take, .the s:00,ta^p, ifl .bpjh,  hands and push it^ength^ise qver the  knife,cdropping the sets into the bar  rel or box. Should the sets be too  large, the juice, of the potato wtl^  canse the two parts \o .stick,,together  aqc] they can;; then.. ,be, cut r either-  lengthwise or crogs^i^e as desired,  ' , ������  New Strike. ,in CpqujhaHa  A new mining'.-excitement was  created in Hope recently-on the -return of a number of explorers from  the latest discoveries on the Coqui-  halla, about 15 miles from Hope,  s tys the Hope News.  Tt is much too early to form an  estimate of the .' value of the new  find, but it has made a very favorable impression on many experienced  mining men.  Empress1 of; Ireland, Collides  ��������� i * t   t    *     * i-    *        ^i      y -  'with' German' Steamer on  St. Lawrence Today  . -W.' Jewell, of Farron, has imported some thoroughbred pigs and  wi.ll go in extensively for hog.'raising this summer.. ..The .country  around jLhat place js well suited' for.  this business and. Mr.-Jewell is very -  optimistic of making a success'of it. '  A-good cook "may-be  one   who   attends church regularly.  Crashing tojiethfr iti a   dense   fog  off Father point," on   the   St.   Lawrence   river,   at   2:30   o'clock   this?  morning, the Canadian Pacific liner  Empress of Ireland and the Gentian  steamer .Storstad collided, and   both  sank immediately.  ' tA't least' 7iS'0' of the, nassengers  on  the Empress perished and   there  is  no. Utfwtjfof .ihojie  on   the,'Storstad,  awd, ,'\\ -is,,, believed, .all  were -lost.  PvjsseOjgtrr^ on^tlie Empress, number  <-c\ JL'iO.O/^uijOf.tly wes'terri; Canadians  ^1,1/1^20 are reported   to  have  oeen  sayed.., ,;r,   .    ,, ,   .  ., "  -  The. fir^t n^.ws^vaf* rj'fejved in mi  S O.S. call to  Father .poi'nf,   giving  name of the boat  and   fear  of  immediate, 'sinking.   ; JU was   known  that the";vessel'could "not be far from  l\jniiftuski, as abe^nly  left  Quebec  Xf^.r^fty ���������fiiftefPMp.1.1.}    Tne  ansence  of .further, wirglesg eomtrt,unication in  explained by, J,,he fact that the   liner  89nk,ahiip,8.t,at gnc'e..   .   '  Imr^erjiatelv^pn '.r^pejpt of the  SO,S. "call r the Eureka and the  military tender'Ladv Evelyn were  sent from Father point to the rescue,  and at early dawn the river was  being patrolled by.boats to pick up  survivors, but nothing could be  seen of the Empress or the German  boat. Shortly after 6 o'clock this  morning the first of .the rescued,  numbering 337, were landed at  Rimouski. ,  The disaster" will rank with the  most terrible stories of the sea,  both in the matter of its suddenness  and'in the number of lives lost.   ,  By special request, Belle Rose  Emslie, who readings were- listened  to. this   week   with   such pleasure,  How to  ave  oney  ??  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:  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  Monev." ������������������,-',.; '  MILLER^GARDNEE  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.    Tj you are thinking of building get   our prices on  LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTER  Have you tried "Our Rest".Flour?  $1.75 per 50 lbs, $3.50 per 100 lbs.  GRAND FORKS  FEED &, PRODUCE COMPANY  Special Discounts for Cash  will-return to' Grahd'Forks andgive  anotber'of'her delightful entertain-1  ments in the Methodist church' on.  Monday evening.  GENERAL TRANSFER WORK  WOOD     AND,    l,CE  1   OFFICE AT PETRIE'S STORE  ii'-.. ,-,-. --������������������       .   ".-���������   r      ,.   -.-,,,,.������������������  i PM U    ' GRAND, FORKS, Ii. C.  SCO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  ' Buy    y  Yoar  Gait Goal- now  t Office!'  ;F. Downey's Cigar Styfe  Tklkphonks; '        "      - '   '������������������      ':  , Office, Rfi6    , Efpcf Wpppt  . 'Hansen's RF.sii)ESCF..R38 "'���������*��������� ������U 66i  BLACK  Fill she" Egg Basket'  faster 'than a'riy other  variety.  EGGS FOR HATCHING ?  53.00   per  Setting   of 13  Rhode Island Reds  Eggs for Hatching;  52.00 per Setting of 13  Two 1-year-old Rhode  Island Red  prize win-  .   ning    cocks   for   sale.  Jofm- T��������� Lawrence  Grand Forks, B. G.  utMjrrnwt iWM������fl i im\k ��������� m j,  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENDE  [$tf  V  ,^>  V  LUBRICATE  The Wheels of Business  Our Classified Want Ads. furnish a  lubricant that is good for any kind of  business machinery.  Do you want an employer or an cm  ployec Have you something lo sell or is  there something you wisfc to buy?  No matter how large or how "d'  your business is. Condensed A'ds. will im  prove it���������OH up.  0  0  O  -        r    f  That is. the Kind  tuf-ned qpt by th&  Sun Frint Shop  High Grade stock is essential  to Erintirig of* Quality^ as is *  also   newj   clean - cut ��������� type -  faces,  but both are of little  value if the work is not done  by a man who knows how  ��������� the.   three   factors-  combined producing that quality  of printing ,,which] receives ���������  the approval of fae.customer:.  Our stock is the best that  money and' experience can  procure, and in Hat papers  contains many lines of white  wove, bond and linen finish  papers suitable for producing  letterheads, memos, circu-  lars, blank forms arid ��������� all  kinds of business stationary  of the highest quality.  Several new series of the  latest type faces have recently been added to our plant,  which give a great variety  of type styles to phoose  from to meet the requirements of our customers.  Our work is done in our own  office and is under the supervision of a man engaged in  the printing busirip������s-for the  past twenty years, twelve  of which have been devoted  to the requirement of the  printing purchasers of this  city and surrounding district  If you have hot already  favored us with an order for  Printing of Quality, better  let us submit samples and  quote prices on that office  stationery you will shortly  be requiring.  Q  0  O  Q  Telephone No. R74  RBtffil 'id  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   JB. C.  IEWS OF THE CITY  The secretary of the- Grand Forks  board of trade on Tuesday received  a telegram from F. W. Peters, su  perintendent of the western division  of the Canadian. Pacific railway,  saying that the company's new time  table, which was now in the hands  of the printer, provided} for a daily  passenger service on the Boundary  division and that thc same would  be continued as long as conditions  warranted it. This statement from  Mr. Peters discredits the rumor cir  culated throughout the ' Boundary  district .that the Canadian Pacific  were contemplating a tri-weekly  passenger, service on this line; a  rumor which we doubt if there ever  was any foundation for.  Mr. Walters, of Danville, who  was operated on by Dr. Truax at the  Cottage hospital two weeks ago, has  sufficiently recovered to be able to  return to his home.  At the regular meeting of Grand  Forks lodge No. 30, Knights of  Pythias, on Tuesday evening, the  following officers " were elected for  the ensuing  terra:- C.   C,   C.   C.  Enfield; V. C, C. ��������� C. Michener;  Prel., Rev. P'. C. Hayman; M. of  W., E.'Munro; K. of R. and S., H.  A. LeRoy; M. of F.; W. E. Hadden;  M. of E., R! J. Gardner; M. at - A.,  A. C. UrerijI. G.., K. Ruitter; O.  G., R. J. Anderson.  Mrs. Ritchie and daughter, of  Cascade, spent Tuesday ' and Wednesday in the city,' the guests of  Mrs. H. E. Woodland.  eaver Hoard Next Time.  Tt will l save all the muss and litter of Lath, Plaster and  Wall Paper. It permits more beautiful interior designing;  in the most modern style. It never ecacks or deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER BOARD FZ wcJLgs  Beaver Board is "very quickly and easily put up; rhakes a  house warmer in winter, cooler in summer; is painted, doing  away with unsanitary wall paper, and" has , many other advantages.    Let us show you samples and tell you all about it.  MANLFS HARDWARE  The  "BRIGHTEN-UP"  ..Store  NEW  HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness shop, at'my old  stand on Bridge street, and will manufacture  \U������r l-ln������������M������kcr- and  do  all kinds  of  New IIarn ess harness vep^[ng^ ah  ... work guaranteed.    Your patronage is solicited.  l\������       /\������  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.  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear   $  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  cylll Its Branches  Boundary* Trust <3&  Investment C o., Ltd  Established 1901  First Street  In the supplementary estimates  placed before parliament yesterday  an appropriation of $3,000 is made  for the cempletion of the Grand  Forks federal building.  It. A'. Brown was in Greenwood  on Monday on business connected  withjtbe B. C. Copper company.  , It is stated that the Kettle Valley  railway will inaugerated as train  service between Midway and Penticton in August.  Miss N. Reid spent the first' of  wepk in Greenwood, the guest of  Miss McArthur. Miss Munro also  spent the week end with Miss McArthur.  Mr. Robins)n of the Bank-'of  Commerce has been"> transferred to  the-Vernon'branch and left Wednesday tor his new location.  J. R. Peckham, of Vancouver,  representative of the Ford Motor  company, is in tbe city today.  "The Redeemer in Lifp's Border-  and" is the subjpet for the Sunday  morning service in the Baptist  church. The'pvpning snhjpct: '"An  Old Testament Prodigal, or the Un-  fenced Life."  EIV  a new line of Summer -Shirts for the hot  weather. They are specially designed to  give the fit, and manufactured to give the  wear. Strict attention and care has been  given to the'choice of fabric and patterns  from the stocks of manufacturers . who  make a , special study of shirt-making.    '        ��������� ,  ,  '  ��������� (i-  this season is   the "Reversi-  sible Cuff," which, together with the extra  bracing to the buttonholes, adds considerable to the wear of the shirt. During  this present "money stringency" ��������� the  prices are made to conform to the times.  Your cash has more purchasing power in  a:CASH STOKE than anywhere else.  Let us show you.  Rev. C. W. King will conduct a  divine service at 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon in the Danville school  house.  . James McCreacb, of   Greenwood,  was in the city yesterday.  W. Mark DeCew, of the Western  Pine Lumber company,made a business trip Jo Calgary this week.  Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodland  will leave on the 10th of. next June  on a vacation trip to Toronto.  Take your repairs to Armson, shoe  repairer.    The Hub.     Look   for the  Big Boot.  For Sale���������33 Winchester  repeater;  take-down.  Apply this office  A. A. Frechette has converted thp  lot back of his harness shop into a  ranch. He intends to grow peanuts  and other delicacies.  Twins generate more admiration  among the neighbors than envy.  Some, men are so contrary that  even their food doesn't agrpe with  them.  Of course there is no - t'onl   killer  If they were the world  would   have  been depopulated lnng ago,  We receive an abundance of free  advice and the pxpense begins when  we attempt to follow it.  Wlipn anion puts both his money  and "confidence in. the wrong hank  he subsequently- withdraws his confidence.  There would be more perfectly  honest people in the world if it  wasn't so easy to separate a fool  from his money.  The Sun only costs SI a year,  prints all the npvvs.  It  A better position for you. We  teach by practical experience Automobile driving and repairing. Jordan Auto Academy, 122-5 W.  Sprague, Spokane, Wn  Some fool men try to gain  a   worn  an's sympathy by whining.  .x*' YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  Look  Mother!     If  tongue  is  coated,  cleanse little bowels with "Call-  ,  fornia Syrup of Figs."  10 CENT "CASC/iliETS"  IF BHJOUS OR COSTIVE  For   Sick   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  Sluggish Liver and Bowels���������They  work while you sleep.  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  the first step to untold misery���������indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow  skin, mental fears, everything that is;  horrible and. nauseating. A Cascaret  to-night will give your constipated  bowels a thorough cleansing and  straighten you out by morning. They  work while you sleep���������a 10-eent box  from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months.  Mothers can rest easy after giving  "California Syrup of Figs," because in  a few hours all the clogged-up waste,  sour bile and fermenting food gently  ���������moves out of the bowels, and you have  a well, playful child again.  Sick children needn't be coaxed to  take this harmless "fruit laxative."-  Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action on tke  stomach, liver and bowels is prompt  and sure.  Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which .  contains directions for babies, children j  of all ages and for grown-ups. j  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  Jl  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, ai.d IT STOPS THE  PILE PAIN  IN  ONE  MINUTE!  So sure are we that Steam's Pile  Reniedy will benefit you that we will  REFUND YOUR MONEY if you are.  not satisfied.  i This is the only pile remedy that  we can guarantee and we know you  will thank us for telling you about it.  We have the  exclusive agency.  WOODLAND  &   QUINJf.  A ��������� SPECIALIST WHO GORES  Many so-called'specialists make  extravagant statements about their  methods and cures My record of  )G years' experience in this treat  merit 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  physical welfare.    Life and   hap  pi ness 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  DR. KELLET  210 Howard Street, Spokane  1  '���������i  l!l  ������������������HIMIIUII'IMWIUIIWHWt  amessmmsm

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