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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Nov 23, 1917

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 Kettle Valley  Orchardist  SEVENTEENTH YEAR���������No  4  GRAND FORKS   B. Cv FRIDAY, NOBVEMER 23, 1917  $1.00 PER YEAR  Canvassers Expect -to Do a  Big Business During  Closing Week  The committee .canvassing for  subi-cri'ptions to the Victory loan  reports , obtaining satisfactory re-,  suits. Up to yesterday afternoon  ������37*000'had been secured from 121  subscribers..' The campaign for securing subscriptions . to the loan  closes next Friday, November 30,'  and it is expected that next week  will break the record of the past  two weeks. The canvassers have  hopes* of bringing the total of subscriptions up to $70,000 or $80,000.  "THE EARTH'S  ��������� GEEAT JUBILEE"  Pastor E.J. Baker, of the International Bible Students association,  lectured on this subject at the Empress theater Sunday.  He explained the Jewish jubilee  arrangement���������given them by God-  to restore every fifty years a condi  tion of equity among the Jewish  people. Citing Leviticus xxv.10, Leviticus xxvii: 24 and other passages-  to show that this event, the 50tb  year, meant the cancellation of all  debts, tbe release of all slaves and  the return of each famiiy to- their  original ancestral possession, given  them or their fathers at the first di  vision of tbe land.of Canaan.  lie asserted, and quoted Acts iii :  19 21, I. Cor. x :ll, Heb. viii: 5  and x: 1 . as proof, that all God's  dealings with the Jews were types  or pictnres of some greater, grander  things to come, giving as an illus  tration the "pascal lamb," the yearly sacrifice of which was but a shadowy representation Of the -sacrifice  of the real ''lamb of God"���������the Lord  Jesus Christ, whose sacrifice will  actually takeaway the sin of the  world.  He then asserted that the condi  tion of the Jews just before the Jubilee trumpet began to sound was  a picture of the world of mankind  in the year 1S74, which date he  showed marked the beginning of  the World's Great Jubilee, a period  of 1000 years.  He then showed how the sounding of the Jewish Jubilee trumpet  would doubtless mark the beginning  of quarrels, controversies and strife,  and that days, perhaps months,  would elapse before the readjustment  would be complete. This pictured,  he said,   the  investigation   on   the  part   of   the   people   (particularly  , oi-iN I* .*��������� ��������� : ��������� i /-��������� i The following is the minimum  since 1874) of  their  original   God        , . ������      ���������    .       c ,  .      ^^ .    ������. i and maximum temperature for each  given inheritance, and their present > day during the pagt vveek, as re-  lacks of rights, etc., many in ignoi- corded by the government therinoin-  ance and selfishness claiming   \vhat|eter on E. F. Laws' ranch:  and that to act if"- judge of all the  eirlh. Mr Baker went at length  into the manner of Christ's coming,  showing I'romthe'Bihle that it would  1 be an event unperceived by the  world, and onlv recognized by those  ���������faithfully watchingtbe.sure,word of  prophecy,.and loving and looking  for. His appearing. He spoke of the  fact that while the teeming city of  Jerusalem lay only eight miles away,  from the scene of the ascension, not  a single* one of the people there  knew of that event, but that .it was  only known.(perceived) by His little band of disciples. As.it.is.stated  that he ahall come,in like - manner,  Mr. Baker drew the inference .that  the coming of onr Lord ^already  present) was an .event unperceived  by the world, and only-.to'-be .recognized by them as-they. see> (perceive)  the mighty things that.his ���������.presence  (Greek parousia���������wrongly translated  coming, Matt, xxiv: 37-30) is causing.  ' 'In conclusion the speaker 'took  up Elijah's experience at Mount  Horeb, giving the fact that over  thirty years ago Pastor ��������� Russell  showed from this type the begin  ning of the war about October, 1914,  and that the war was to be followed  in rapid succession, in fact overlapped by, first ' revolution,' and  secondly .-anarchy;.that ..when .the  world of mankind by the overthrow  of law and order and the ..chaotic  condition that would follow, would  be willing to ������������������ listen*to God,.would"*  be willing to supplicate him, then  through -.the .agency ���������of Abraham,  Isaac, Jacob, etc., resurrected from  the dead, perfect 'human -.beings,  the,heavenly government would be  gradually . set up, until it and its  blessings would fiil thewhole earth.  This, he. said, would, be. the .condi.  tion that Gnristians everywhere have  been praying for, "Thy kingdom  come and thy will be done on earth  as it is done in heaven."  Then satan, who has been bound  during the 1000 years , of "restitu.-  tion" of all things, is to be losed-for  a little space, to test the heart-  loyalty and obedience of the then  perfected humanity, and all found  willing and obedient will be given  everlasting life, while the finally in-  corrigable will God destroy.  '  Personal Expense Accounts  C air Be Greatly Cut-  Down  95 Per Cent LoyaJ  "Ninety five per cent of ihe men  in the United States are loyal and  willing, if necessary, to ^ive their  lives for this country," Thomas W.  Gregory, United States . attorney-  general, declared .at the Lincoln  memorial dinner iucK.ew.. York on  Tuesday evening. \Sotrcerning the  other 5 per cent, 'he-g&yd:  "God have mercy'' on them, for  they can expect no mercy from this  outraged nation."  METEOROLOGICAL  others have, and the attempt on the  part of those who have possession���������  causing disputes,' controversiee,  strikes and lockouts, with more or  justice and injustice on both sides.  That just as God, knowing the  the situation that would arise anions  the Jews, gave them Judges to whom  their controversies might be referred   for   settlement,   so the year  Max.  JSTov.. 1G���������Friday  41  17���������Saturday  44  18���������Sunday  40  19���������Monday  34  ���������20���������Tuesday....... 39  21���������Wednesday .. 43  22-Thursday  -16  Rainfall   Min.  37  20  30  33  37  1   38  Inches  . 0.13  Everv citizen _is probably ready  to accept tbeabstract principle.that  .the.practice of,thrift and economy,"  with the objpet of accumulating the  wherewithal -for purchasing war  bonds, is good for his compatriots;  but not all .of us have applied  thaf'prinuiple to ourpersonal affairs  to the extent" that is desirable. It  may not then be out of place to  briefly outline practical methods of  saving by which each one may get  together.some additional dollars or  hundreds of .dollars for the, admirable.purpose of lending to���������the gov  eminent. When the way -is.thus  plainly charted, refusal to take it is  more likely, to involve us in trouble  with our.respective consciences.  Tbe expenditures of individual.income' .producers  are- plainly ..under  the'following heads: "Rents,   board,  or.interest on mortgages;  semi capital outlayton such things   as   house  furhiture, piano,*-,', vietrolas,    motor  cars, etc., wages paid to domestic or  personul servants;-provision--; ���������wii.uas--  ment   and    the  outlay "oir tobacco,  beer and spirits; holidays and   vacation. Probably if any of us sit down  and -severely   analyze   the-personal  expenditures-as above classified, we  should find-a field for war loan savings under several of the  heads.    In  view  of   the   urgency of  the allies'  need   of -,funds, it is-essential  that  every one overhaul the expense   account with the object of savibg every  possible dollar for supporting   our  great   cause.    It   has   become bad  form during the. past three  years to  give   ostentatious   or expensive entertainments and   social   functions;  and similarly, our amusements,   re  creations,  holidayings,    have   been  on   a   soberer   aspect.     A   certdn  amount of expenditure in this time  is   necessary   in order   to   sustain  health and maintain productive  capacity.    It is for each one of  us  to  say to his conscience that his outluy  for such purp >ses can not be further  reduced   without  injury to   health  or impairment to energy. If we can  not say this, there is only one thing  to   do���������and   that   is   to  apply the  knife and divert the salvaged, funds  into the war loans.    As  regards the  outlays on provisions  and  the   expenditures on   tobacco, beer,   whiskey, wine, etc., we should have   the  courage to apply the same  rule.   In  the cases of the poor and  of  people  of moderate means, the high   prices  have already forced them to praetic*-  the severest economy in  connection  with their expenditures  for  provisions���������but   the   well to do  and  the  rich can, in some instances, do good  householdsrit is the case that the  women are more enthusiastic savers  than the men, and far more ready  to cut out the expenditure on nonessentials; and in the households  where they still spend .money-freely  for things they could do without, it  is probably because they do not  realize the grave issues that are at.  stake.and the great importance of  having every family conserve its  monetary resources.  Self.denial in'the,matter, of buying new furniture, pianos,autos,etc,  if generally or universally ^practised,  .would give the finance minister  many additional millions of' dollars  for'carrying on the war. With,re-  spect to automobiles used for pleasure it.is.not only the capital expenditure that is lost to the national  expenditure, butalso the. cost of  operating or-running the cars. For  example, if a well to do citizen enters into an agreement with his conscience, that owing to the war he  will postpone.for two years the pur  chase of a ������2000 car, perhaps the  loyal observance by him of this  agreement would set free $3500 in  the two years for war loan purchases. To a certain extent, this  applies to-purchases of other luxur  ies. In view of the sacrifices made  every-day by the members of our  expeditionary,forces, it should not  seem hard for "stay-at-homes" to  defer for a year or two the purchase  of luxuries or other items not absolutely necessary A careful analysis  in each individual case of the several subdivisions ol persona} expenditures,. if undertaken in': the right  spirit by a million Canadian families, might lead to tbe -provision of  an extra $100,000,000 in tbe course  of a year for war purposes.  FULL WING  Official Figures in Bearing  Orchard Contest Received  Erom Victoria  The Wheelbarrow Was Drunk  . Everybody in Grand Forks knows  Scotty.  Saturday last Scotty was pushing  an old, heavily loaded wheelbarrow  along Winnipeg avenue. The axle  of the 'barrow -vas bent and twisted,  and the load made the vehicle wobble like a drunken sailor. The weight  of the load naturally bad a tendency  to induce Scotty to'follow the gj rations of the wheelbarrow.  A minister of gospel,, who had  walked behind Scotty for half a.  block, raised a warning hand and  sternly remarked, '-Young man, you  need prohibition."  "It's not me that needs prohibition," answered Scotty, '"it's the  w-w-wheel barrow."  If Your Boy Goes to the Front  He has twenty-nine chances of  coming home to one chance of being  killed.  He has ninety eight chances*: of  recovering from a wound to two  chances of dying.  He has only one chance in 500 of  losing a limb.  He will live five years longer because of physical training.  He is frffr from dinf-ase in the  army than in civil life.  The Grand Forks Farmers' Institute held its first'fall meeting in the  board of trade rooms on <Saturday  afternoon, with President James Lit- ,  tie in the chair. The attendance , of  members was fair.  The scores of the Grand iForks beating orchard competition.were received  from the department of agriculture,  Victoria, and were as -follows: First,  A. D. Morrison, 89 "points; second,  Sunnyside Fruit Farm, 87; third,  Grand Forks Orchard company, 86.5;.  fourth, J. T. Lawrence, 85; fifth, T.  Padgett, 84.5; sixth,C. A. S. Atwood  and Robert La%vson, tie, 8.3.5. The  prize money is S50���������first prize,"~S25;  second, 615; third, $10. The government donates $35, the balance being  made up by the institute.  The Canadian Explosives company  wrote that the present pi-ice of stumping powder was SS 75 a barrel, and  suggested that orders be placed now  before prices advancad, as owing to  market' conditions no future quota-  ���������Jjfcicns uOU'ttl b'tTftiv-Gh. -���������'     -'��������� *.*���������--���������������    'v-\  A letter was received "from jthe  deputy minister of agriculture regard--  ing stumping machines to farmers' institutes on the deferred payment system. A committee' , composed of  Messrs McKim and Carpenter was  appointed  to look into the matter.  Many suggestions were offered to ���������  make the meetings in future profitable  and interesting for members of the  iustitute. At the next meeting a debate will take place, the subject being: "Resolved, that mixed farmiug  is more profitable than fruitgrowing  in the Kettle Valley." A. S, McKim  aud Charles MeggitD will take the  affirmative, and H. VV. Collins and.J.  T. Lawrence will support the negative.  HOME STUDIES  FOR DIVISION I  Editor Grand Forks Sun.  In consequence of the loss of time of  tho entrance class at the.public schools  I beg permission to use a small space  of your valued paper to send the following suggestion to the pupils of  Division I:  I have mailed school and home exercises to all members of the class.  The answers are to be written out  carefully for all exorcises not marked  "omit," putting two subjects in each  exercise book. These will all be corrected and examined immediately  upon opening of school. In addition  to this, the pupils should study histories regularly and read ''The Lady  of the Lake." School books may be  taken from the school and new exer  cise books obtained from from Mr.  McNevin. II. A. Gi.a.si-ku.,  Principal.  Frank Coryell has been surveying  1S74 marked the leturn of the Lord,  roads at Rock Creek.  ������������������., He has better medical care at  the  *o I service to their country   and   m������n-:front lhan al ���������������������������������������������.  kind through further   regulation   of j     tn ()ther wars from t*-r,  to   fifteen  the kind reterred to. men died fr()m fJisease l() Qne from  To get goorl results and   to   make  DU'*(Jtri  healthy or satisfactory   ' 'recoveries"       [n "-V  Wftr 0|)e man (Jies fmm l]is.  from   the   expense  account, which ! ea8e t() eVHry [(1J] fmm bu\\ei?i \    The amount allotted   Greenwood  will be available for  war  loan   sub-' _.l  j district for subscriptions to Victory  dcriptions, it is necessary to have' Opportunity is just ahead of you. j bonds is 850,000, and this sum will  the hearty co-operation of the female If you do not see it, the man behind ! be surpassed. Up to Tuesday $o'2,-  members of the   family.     In   nnmv   vim will. "200 had tieen subscribed  many   you wil  3S8S5S38EE  ���������gSasgSJIIjffltHB'. THE   SUM,    GRAND   FORKS,    B. G.  SEll? (SnW&iFtfrkB <g>tttt ^ffcin'  GlengaiTy-Stonnont,  an independent newspaper     '   -Liberal-Unionist,     who    cle**    dared himself a supporter of  g.a.evans. editor and pubusher fcho government's   war policy.  ���������  SU1ISCKIPTI0N   KATES,  IN ADVANCE.  One Year, in Canada and Great  Britain 81 00  One Year,, in United States -.   1.00  Advertising rates furnished on   application to this office.  Address all communications' to The  Grand Forks Sun, Grand Forks, B.'C;  Ollicc Columbia Ave. and   Lake St.  Phone 101 R  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917.  Application for Victory  bonds can be made at any  time from now up the close  of .business on the 1st day of  December, 1917.  owing to'there being no contest in  this district. Mr. Burrell made one  of his usually felicitous speeches,  and he was attentively listened to  and frequently applauded.  ir  The candidates in the great  war  election  are  now all in  the field.    The campaign will  be short, and the result, will  soon  be  known.    In British  Columbia, every seat Js  contested with the  exception  of  our  own  district, which has  returned  Hon.   Martin  Burrell by acclamation.    In  the  other  constituencies    of  the  province, the Laurierites have  a fighting chance for but two  members.   The other districts  appear to be pretty  safe for  the Unionists.   But as  there  are many unknown  elements  in the present election, a surprise may be in store for even  tlie wisest political prophet.  In this district we are not  on the firing line in this campaign. We can take it easy.  In the other provinces the  supporters of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, or some other section of  the opposition^ have found a  standard - bearer in nearly  ���������"'very riding. The seats which  go by acclamation are very few  and they include ten in . Quebec province���������all Liberal or  Independent-Liberal,and presumably giving support to Sir  Wilfrid. One of Ontario's 82  seats went by acclamation, J.  Tlie    following   announcement has been made from Ottawa: The finance minister of  Canada has issued a  new- instruction in   connection  with  the Victory bonds, which will  be  of   much   benefit and importance to many small investors, He. has decided to grant  the privilege of the  registration   of all   bonds, that is to  ' says, that bonds of all denominations,  including    the   $50  bond, may be registered as to  principal and as  to   principal  and interest. In previous loans  the   privilege of registration  was  necessarily  confined   to  bonds  of the  larger denomination,   such   as    $1000   or  more. Bonds of lower denominations were issued as bearer-  bonds, with coupons attached,  and while carrying equal benefits as to principal and inter-  est;"were liable to be lost by  the owners. Under the privilege now given by the finance  nnnister,   the   buyer   of  any  bond (whatever the  denomination), may have it  registered, in which case the interest  will   be  paid   by cheque, and  ��������� the bond, if lost, may   be  replaced after   proper evidence  has    been   shown.    It  is believed that this'privilege- will  be   greatly    appreciated    by  many thousands of. small  investors, who will thus be as  sured of the absolute safety of  their investment even against  fire  or  carelessness    or  any  other accidental cause of loss.  This improvement in the issue  will involve extra work  upon  the department of finance, but  Sir Thomas  White  considers  that   its   benefits  will   more  than offset the labor involved.  So long as a man continues to  plan for the future he never is old;  but he begins to die the moment he  starts to recount his past conquests.  No one has a monopoly of the  making of keys to the door of success.  The exemption tribunal has disposed of a great number of cases  during the week, but there is nothing of special interest to report at  present. The tribunal expects to  complete its work next week, and  then a resume of the cases dealt with  will likely be given.  Much has bpen written on the sub  ject of the asset value of Knod-will  to a newspaper. What about the  commercial value of ill will? An  independent newspaper wins enemies in the very procpss -of winning  friends���������and it often happens that  a newspaper   becomps   fully   useful  The most rigid   measures  should  be adopted to  stamp out the   contagious disease which is now prevalent  in   our city.    Sunday   schools  and all places of amusement should  be closed, and public gatherings prohibited    until    the pest, is entirely  eradicated.      Stringent   precautionary  measures   taken now may save  lives, and exempt our citizens- from  anxiety, inconvenience and expense.  It is useless to say that the  disease  is under control as long as new cases  Our Optical Service  ���������^  We are now in a position to give the best  optical service in the interior of British  Columbia. Our prices are right. Call  and see us when in need of optical work.  A. D.MORRISON ,EWSASS������BT,AN  -J  Dave McMillan on Wednesday  received the sad news that his  brother, Pte. McMillan, had been  killed in action in a recent battle in  Flanders.  only when its list of local enemies is  quite   as   complete   as   its   list   of   are development.  friends.���������New  York     Editor    and       . .  Publisher. ' i      A shipment of  paper  fiom   Spo  kane for The Sun is being held up  at Laurier: It appears that the  American food controller has, with-  Mrs. G. H. Acres entertained a  number of friends in honor of Mrs.  Martin Burrell on Tuesday.  Smith, of Alberta. Mr. Smith will  take possession on the iirst of next  month  Mr. and Mrs. James Rooke visited- the National Apple Show in  Spokane this week. ,-���������'  Mrs. A. Sharp has returned from  a visit to Vancouver.  PRESENTED WITH  WRIST WATCH  NEWS OF THE CITY  Hon.' Martin Burrell, secretary out due warning, placed an embargo  of state and minister of mines in the on the exportation of news print  Uniouis.t government, addressed the : without a license. If the shipper  electors of Grand Forks and vicinity ' should fail to secure this license,  in the Empres-s   theater   last   night, i we'll temporarily be in a very warm  There was a fair-sized audience  present to hear Mr. Rurrell, in spite  of the condition of the city from a  health standpoint and the lack of  interest   in    politic* 1 . matters   here  place. 'As a result of Mr. Hoover's  action, mnny of our out-of-town  subscribers will have to wait a few.  days for this week's issue of The  Sun.  '   ��������� -  A. J. Stendal, a pioneer of Grand  Forks, died at Kalispel, Mont., on  November 16. '  On Tuesday. Knox Presbyterian  church forwarded Christmas parcels  to fifteen names on the honor roll  of the church now at the front.  in  Frank Haverty. who has , been,  head dry goods clerk in Jeff Davis  & Co.'s store for many years, this  week received word that he had  been accepted for overseas service in  the artillery. Mr. Haverty had twice  previously failed to pass -the examination, and the successful  termination of his third attempt to  break into the war highly elated  Mr Hnverty.  ^Yesterday the staff of Jeff Davis  ���������fc Co. 1s store presented Mr. Haverty  with a handsome wrist watch as a  token of the esteem in which they  hold him. Brief , and felicitous  speeches were made by   the   donors  J.  P.   Flood    visited   friends  Greenwood for a few days this week.   ���������-'���������d the recipient.   ������������������ Mr. Hnverty left   today  for   Van-  Davis   &   Flood    have  sold   the couver, where he will go into train-  Grand Forks Meat Market ;to J.   J. i ing..  The Minister of Finance offers for Public Subscription  Canada9������ Victory J^oaii  issue of  $150,000,000 5h% Gold Bonds  Bearing interest from December 1st, 1917, and offered in three maturities, the choice of which is optional with the subscriber, as follows:  5 year Bonds due December 1st, 1922  10 year Bonds due December 1st, 1927  20 year Bonds due December 1st, 1937  This Loan is authorized* under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and interest are a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.  The amount of this issue is 8150,000,000, exclusive of the amount (if any) paid by the surrender of bonds of previous issues.    The Minister of Finance  however, reserves the right to allot the whole or any part of the amount subscribed in excess of $150,000,000. . '���������'..���������  The Proceeds of this Loan will be used for War purposes only, and will be. spent wholly In Canada.  Principal and Interest payable In Gold  Denominations:    $50, $100, $500 and $1,000  Subscriptions must be in sums of $50 or multiples thereof.  Principal payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the Office of the Assistant Receiver  General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Victoria.  Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly, June 1st and December 1st, at any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank.  Bearer or Registered Bonds  Bonds may be registered as to principal or as to principal and interest.  Scrip certificates, non-negotiable, or payable to bearer, in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered or bearer bonds, will be issued after  allotment in exchange for provisional receipts. When these scrip certificates'have been paid in full, and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money  they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared, with coupons attached, payable to bearer, or registered as to principal, or for fully registered bonds when  prepared, without coupons, in accordance with the application.  Delivery of interim certificates and of definitive bonds will be made through the Chartered Banks. .  Bearer bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations of $50., S100., $500., and S1.000. and may be registered as to principal only. Fully registered bonds, the interest on which is paid direct to the owner by Government cheque, will be issued in denominations of $1,000., $5,000. or any authorized  multiple of $5,000.  Subject to the payment of 25 cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons, will have the right to convert into bonds  .of the denomination of 81,000 with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert into fully registered bonds of authorized denominations without coupons, at any time, on application to the Minister of Finance.  Surrender of Bonds  Holders of Dominion of Canada Debenture Stock, due October 1st, 1919, and bonds of the three preceding Dominion 'of Canada War Loan Issues,  have the privilege of surrendering their bonds in part payment for subscriptions to. bonds of this issue, under the following conditions:���������  Debenture Stock, due October  nbe  1st, 1919, at Par anJ  Accrued  Interest.  War Loan Bonds, due December 1st, 1925, at 97J^ and .Accrued Interest.  (The above will be accepted in part payment for bonds of any of the three maturities of this Issue)  War Loan Bonds, due October 1st, 1031, at 97H1 and Accrued Interest.  War Loan Bonds, due March    1st, 1937, at 96     and Accrued Interest.  (These will be accepted in part payment for bonds of the 1937 maturity ONLY of this  Issue.)  Bonds of the various maturities of this issue will, in the event of future issues of like maturity, or longer, made by the Government, other than issue*  made abroad, be accepted at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash for the purposeof subscription to such issues.  Issue   Price   Par  Free from   tuxes���������Including any Income ttti���������Imposed In  pursuance of legislation enacted  by the Parliament of Canada.  Payment to be made as follows: ' ���������������������������  10?*; on December 1st, 1017  10% on January 2nd, 101S  20% on February 1st,  WIS  20% on March 1st, 1918  20% on April 1st, 1918  20%   on   May     1st, 1918  A full half year's interest will be paid on 1st June, 1918. ' ' *'��������� .   '.  The Bonds therefore give a. net Interest yield to the Investor of about: *  5.61% on the 20 year Bonds  5.68% on ihe 10 year Bonds  5.81% on <he     5 year Bonds  All payments arc to be made to a Chartered Bank for the credit of the Minister of Finance.    Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous  payments liable to forfeiture, and the allotment to cancellation.    Subscriptions accompanied by a deposit of 10% of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded  through the medium of a Chartered Hank.    Any branch in Canada of any Chartered  Bank will forward subscriptions and issue provisional receipts.  In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied toward payment of the amount due on the January instalment.      '  Subscriptions may be paid in full on January 2nd, 1918, or on any instalment due date thereafter under discount at therate of 5'A% per annum.    Under  this provision payments of tha balance of subscriptions may be made as follows:  If paid on January 2nd, 19IS, at the rate of 89.10795 per $100.  If paid on February 1st, 1918, at the rate of 79.40959 per $100.  If paid on March 1st, 1018, at the rate of 59.72274 per $100.  If paid on April 1st, 1918, at the rate of 39.90959 per $100.  Forms of application may be obtained from any branch in Canada of any'Chartered Bank, or from any Victory Loan Committee, or member thereof,  The books of the Loan will be kept at the Department of Financo, Ottawa.  Applications will be made in due course for the listiny of this tM.-tuc on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges.  Subscription Lists will close on or before December 1st, 191*.  Department ot F,nance,  Ottaw\, November 12th, 1917.  61 THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS;   B. C.  H/.  i"    l  ���������e Telephone and The  igh Cost M living  Materials used daily in the telephone business have  increased -iji price between August 1st, 1914, and September 14, 1917, as follows:  Glass insulators, 51%; galvanized ground rods, 76%;  lead-covei-eU cable, 94%; rubber-covered telephone wire,  41%; dry batteries, 76 p.c; telephone instruments,pole  litie hardware, 123 p.c., tools, 55 p.a     '      '''���������(���������������������������   _  These are merely a few items selected from a list of  more: than" 600 ��������� articles of: -material used in; tlie telephone business. Nowhere on the entire list of materials  used by the telephone company is.there an article that  has not increased in price since the war .-.began. Some  material can not be obtained at present at any price,  While all other materials and commodities you use  were going skyward on account of the war,  Telephone rates still remain the same !  Have you ever, considored .the fact that, compared  with the prices you are paying for everything else,  Telephone servicers comparatively cheaper today  than anything else you use.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY, LTD.  NBWSOP THRGITY  :-The 'Canadian Official . Postal  Guide for November contains-instructions lo postmasters to refuse,  until further notice, to accept for  transmission parcels ' of sugar addressed to private persons in the  United Kingdom, unless a license  for the importation of the said par  eels into the United Kingdom has  been issued'by the British' government.  On Wednesday Nathan Taylor  received a telegram from the military authorities at Ottawa, saying  that his .<on Percv, who has beten in  1      r  tlie arn*y/ transport convoy servic-  somewhere in France nearly since  the outbreak of the war, had re  ceived a gunshc t wound in th" thigh  and a shrapnel wound iu one of his  arms.  The Times is a new paper at  North port, Wash., with Elmer D.  Hall, late of the. Republic Journal,  as its editor and publisher. It looks  to be sufficiently equipped with  patronage to survive the war.  Twenty-seven parcels have been  despatched to former members and  adherents of Holy Trinity church,  who are now at the front, for Christmas by the parishioners of the  church.  Judge J. 11. Brown has   bepn   ap  ��������� pointed appellate judge for military  distriet   No.   8  under  the military  service act.  J. H. Ryley returned on Saturday  from a visit to bis home at Queens  Bay.  Dave ��������� Woodhead has returned  from 'JVxada island, B. C.  We twa hae rambled roun' the bars,  An' lapped ambrosia fine,  But twa per cent noo greets our een,  Sin auld lang syne.  .For auld lang syne, my dear,  For auld lang s3'ne,  ,      Let's drap a gloomy tear or twa,  For auld lang syne.  In former happy, happy days,  ' So hard to bring to min',  We guzzled mony a blessful snort  0' Scotland's superfine.  For auld lang syne.-tny dear,  For auld lang syne,  Let's kill a prohibitionist   :  For auid lang syne.  The   times   hae  changed, ray aucient  frien',  They're neither mine nor thine,  For twa per cent was never meant  To quench thy thirst nor mine.  For auld lane syne, mv dear, -  ..For auld. lang syne, ,-. . ..���������.:.......  We'll pledge our healths in Malt-  ��������� ed Milk,  For auid lang syne.    ���������Anon.  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,  GASES OR INDIGESTION  "Pape's Diapepsin" neutralizes excessive acid  in stomach, relieving  dyspepsia, heartburn and  -distress at once.  Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress, due to acidity, will go.  No indigestion, heartburn,. sourness or  belching of gas or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul  breath or headache.  Pape's Diapepsin is noted f for its  speed, in regulating upset stomachs.  It is the surest, quickest stomach sweetener in the whole .world, and besides it.  is harmless. Put an end to stomach  distress at once,by getting a large fifty-  cent case of Pape's Dfapepsin from any  drug store. You realize in five minutes  how needless it is to suffer-from'indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder caused by fermentation du" Ao  excessive acids in stomach.  Russian's help, seized hi-n by tbe  arms and 'pulled. The German  soldier pulled at the Russian's legs  in the opposite direction. The Rus  sian began to kick, with the result  that the Dutch frontier guardian  was able to haul him out of the  "danger zone."  '".'.  (THICK, ULOSSY HAIR  FREE FROM DANDRUFF  Girls! Try it! Hair gets soft, fluffy and  beautiful���������Get a small bottle  of Danderine.  \ If you care for heavy hair that glistens with ��������� beauty and is ' radiant with  life; has an incomparable sdftness-'and  is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.  Just one application doubles the  beauty of ���������' your hair, besides it immediately dissolves every particle of  landruff. . 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 fevcr-  .isiincss and itching of the scalp; the  hair roots famish, loosen and die; then  the hair falls out fast. Surely get a  small bottle of Knowlton'p. "Danderine  from any drug store'and ,iust try it.  A Lament  Should Scotland's beverage he forgot,  An' never brought to min'?  Should bygone pleasures be forgot,   -  And clays o' auld lang syne1?  For. auld lang syne, my dear, -  For auld lang syne,  Let's conjure up a vanished jag,-  For auld lang syne!  KICKED HIMSELF OUT  OF"DANGER ZONE"  A comic- incident reported from  the Holland frontier involved a Russian prisoner of war who was on the  point of stepping from German onto  Netherlands soil when be was  grasped by a German sentry. A  wrestle ensued. The fugitive threw  himself on the ground and lay with  the upper part of his body in Hoi  land and the other in German territory.  A    Dutch   sentry   rushed   to the  DAVIS BLOCK, BRIDGE AND SECOND STREETS  Try us for first quality Fresh and Cured  Meats, Lard, Compound, etc. Fish ana  Game in Season.  Support Youi Home Industry*  PHONE 58  DAVIS 8 FLOOD, Proprietors  "The Canadians in France,"  A Great War Map  Canadian homes will no longer have  difticnlty in following the Canadian  troops in.France. There has just been  issued a map of the European war  are.a that clearly shows every point of  interest that has been mentioned in  disp-iclies since the Canadian forces  first landed in France. It has been  made especially for the great Canadian weekly, the Family Herald and  Weekly Star of 'Montreal, and is a  credit indeed to Candian enterprise.  It is a marvel of detail and yet not  crowded. It is in four colors and  about 2-**;x3-^feet and folded into a.  very neat cover, about 5x10 inches.  The map is surrounded by a border of  the regimental badges and', coat .of  arms of nearly every battalion that  left Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver. Every important point can  be recognized-at once. That portion  of the map covering France, is in- a  soft color with names of towns and  battle scenes in black, easily, recog  nizable. The map is endorsed by returned military experts as most complete aud accurate in detail. The map  could not be produced, except.in such  large quantities as The Family Herald  will use, at less than two dollars a  copy, yet it can be had absolutely  free with The Family Herald.  The publishers of The Family Herald and Weekly Star for several  months back have been fighting hard  against the necessity of increasing  their subscription rates, but. eventu  ally had to coihe to it like most other  papers The increase, however, is a  mere trifle���������twenty five cents a year,'  making their new rate $1.25���������and  with trie year's subscription they will;  include a copyof this great-war map-  free of charge.' This is certainly a generous offer, arid one. that: Canadians,  will appreciate: Many expected a  much larger increase in the' subscription price of The Family Herald, .and  are surprised at the small extra'  amount charged. '������������������.-  The enormous ' circulation of The  Family .Herald and Weekly Star  should he still greater when this offer  becomes known. '  You. can not reach' The Sun's  numerous readers except through  the columns of The Sun. '  Advertise in The Sun.   It has the  largest local'circulation.  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made   to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neatly Done  R.C.McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUF  9  ERTI  Fan n Sa  H   I  TO Vi  <$#  Isn't the news of your  store something like the  nsws of the whole city?  There is news every week  in Grand Forks ��������� some  weeks more than others ���������  but every week , there is  news.  Isn't there news in your  store every week? * Isn't  there something to advertise?  Your customers are shopping   every    week.    Aren't  you losing   many   of them  the 'weeks you  do not advertise?  It's the steady trade that  counts '*. with a store ��������� it's  the steady advertising that  brings the steady trade.  RESOLVE���������To use news  paper space regularly, and  be sure it is in The Grand  Forks Sun.  3&  rand Forks Sun  ������������������'T '������  eat*    From   You  assssB^sEBsgBBSEse^^sesam  ssggBamssmmmmmm&Mmmii  immmmm  imwwmBm THE   .'SUN.    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  We WmtB ISKING  Of all,;;pr^seh^day '0ewm������ Machines.  Why buy a machine at which you have  to sit in an awkward position, when you  may just as well have one with which it  is a pleasure to sew? The White Rotary  Sit-Strate is just $he machine you want.  Sold on easy monthly payments by*  <' C ASO ARETS'' ��������� WOEK  WHILE YOU SLEEP  Complete Home Furnishers  ror   Sick   Headache,. Soup   Stomach,  Sluggish  Liver and Bowels���������  Take Cascarets tonight.  ,'.-. :���������;! :���������>: ���������-.���������>,   .-:,  a weight of 96 , The offices are all  closply grouped. There is only eight  points between tbe high and the low  office, showing keen competition  between the offices. Tbe result is as  follows: Phoenix, 96; Grand Forks,  95; Rossland, 94; Trail, 90: Green-  wood, 89; New Denver, 88.  IS i TH  Six of the eight furnaces were  j blown in at the Granby smelter  | on Monday morning last. It is  hoped that they will stay in com  mission long enough this time so  that they will forget how to "blow  out."  ^Miss   Ruth .Burns, nurse  at the  general hospital in   Colville,  Wash.,  Charles Herrick, who is now witii  visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs M.  th"e;  the  Americin   army! at pump  3.*, Burns, in this city for a few days  ' Lewis', AVash., has written his father jthis week,  in this city that.if be wishes to visit |     . :- t*r ���������:���������'-������������������-.!��������� V  him before   he goes overseas he had!,    Lieut. Philli>, of the Rnynl   Flv-  better hasten his  trip,"as the   incfi-i^^ cnrPs' was in thf" citv the   '"pr  cations   are   the- men novy;at Camp . Part^f J^t   week on the lookout for  LeNvie will be in Paris by Christmas. "Recruit* for the nu  service.    While  :"������������������                           ''here   he  signed up Staniey Massie,  Pte.  Ray   McDonald, a  returned ' who wi,> S-hortly.'IPftye  for Vancou-  soldier,has been visiting at tbe borne  ^rto take the  necessary   examina-  of Mr; and Mrs C. H. Heaven for a,110"8-   fortnight.     He   went overseas with ,,���������     ,  ��������� ,'���������..���������       r  ���������-....   ,        ,.   ���������-���������-.-������������������:':���������   -'-���������: .t'-i     Harold Henderson, a    brother  of  the o4th battalion from Vernon.. Af-        ���������  :,,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, wliioh 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  nausea! ipg. A Oascaret to-night will  give your constipated bowels a thorough  cleansing and.. straighten you- out by  morning.. They work while you sleep���������  a ,10-ccnt box from your druggist will  keep you feeling good for months.  F. B. Freeland, resident mining  engineer for this district, inspected  the Paulson mining properties- last  week.  The Misses Henry, have gone to  Longheach, Cal., after visiting tor  two'weeks at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. P. H.'Donaldson-  Rev. E. A. .St. George Srnvthe,  of Christina Lake, has moved to the  city'for the winter months. He has  taken up his residence in E. Clayton's house.  .'��������� i .     >   -��������� . ���������  Secretary Bachtold, of .the Inland  Mining company,   returned   to   his  home   in    Walla    Walla,      Wash.,  on Monday..  Roherf Lawson left on Tuesday  for the National Apple* Show in  Spokane.  Mrs. H. A. Sheads has gonp to  Vancouver to reside fo.i the winter  months.  F. H. Kniaht, of Spokane, was in  the citv on Monday.  Mrs. H. J. Lutley, who formerlv  resided here:''Suds''Smith, son of  Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smith, nnd  Stanley Morrison,   nephew of  Ren  ter two weeks in thetrenches he was  taken  serious-ly   with    pneumonia,  and later was invalided home.    Mr.  McDonald   left   for Vancouver on       .  _T     . _, l    ,  .   ,.".-,.���������;, :���������.������������������.*������������������.;������������������ ���������-.. i neth Morrison,   were   on   Saturday  Tuesday to await his discharge from ���������  .  : ' * .       ,. ���������    -,  ���������  ���������:���������       J ,. ,, L   L   'reported  as   having   been wounded  the Canadian army.    He expects to      r *  . . ... ,   ,in   the   recent   heavy, fighting   in  report to the American military, au-!  ���������X..     ,            . ;., -..-      ���������:..        .     Flanders,  thdnties for service, as  previous to,-.    the; war he was in,Uncle Sam's! Word has been received in this'  army:nnd obtained permission to ^ (hat Lieut j H Reid, son of  signup with the Canadians. j Mr. and Mrs? F. W, Reid. who-was  . .    c. .    j     .   .,-'recently injured when  his   airplane  A car of ore was  received   at  the   -.v-iv.* ���������!--:*,Vv ���������"'-- -r-. u      c u '  . _::    ,           1t ,    .        ,  , '        ,,     came to earth in   France,   has fully  Granby smelter last week from   the.   .-,.;. ,    ... .    ,    ���������     ���������  ���������_���������:���������,      '    r.  . o -i>:. ������������������-������������������('. ";:-.yr.e    :-. recovered and is now back  in  ling-  Inland Mining company's mine at ,     ,    ,.          .,   .  ���������-'-   , land taking a pilot's course*  Paulson. ._.-_"                      i                  D     --������������������ - .  The B. C. Telephone company's The Daughters of the Empire  tolt service competition in the Boun- held a "wool Jag day" last Satur-  dary-Kootenay dfstnet in October $&y for yarn to make soldiers' socks,  resulted in a win for_Phoenix^with Their^daj^swrk netted them 8130/  Another Shipment New Fall  cTVIodels  Gossards  Many women have learned  to wear them.  Have You ?  it is an easy mattjeij, to, be convinced of  the superior fit, style, and above all, the  Qomfort of these .front-laced Corsets.  Why hot come today and bo fitted? Why  suffer the discomforts of ilf-shap.ed corsets, when perfect shaped Gossards cost  no more.  Expert Corsetiere to guide you to comfort. It will be a pleasure to us to give  vou a trial fitting.  Gossard'Brassiers'.  .50c to $2.50  avis  A new pier has been put under  the Fourth street bridge by the provincial government.  .Tames Watt and Charles F.  Michener left for Vancouver on  Monday to enlist for oversea-*- service in one of the combatant units.  Many of their friends were at the  station to bid them good-bye.  J. E. W. Thompson, M.P.P ,. of  Phoenix, was in the city on Mon-  day.  ������l������������������t"������������'������-tf'i  ..������.���������������..������������������..������.. #..������ f**<**������.^  LISTEN TO THIS!  SAYS CORNS LIFT  ftlfi'Ht OUT  ..������������������..������.*o*.c>.  ..e*.a. ������������������������������. to������^������e.i  You-..rec!:Iess. men and yeomen who  are pestered with conjg, au.d';w!:o have  at least" once a week invited-an awful  death from, lock.'pjv- oy: nloc'T-polson-  aro ncw^told by aUincii-.iuti-i'.uthority,  to use a drug called .r.raezone, whicd  tho mr>.:;:nt a few drops are -..pplied  ti������ i'ay- r/.'-i, the soreness :3 relieved  S:vS.c;''f-u :.*?���������> entire corn-, root and all,  >-iii  !.ho.r.nsers.  O'.t.i?. '���������.��������� st.iukv ether cnmpoiir.d w'lich  ur^c' tlie moment it is applied and  simply-shrive" ��������� i'-o corn without inflan-  ing or even irrii.iting the Ptirround-  ing tissue or skin. Tt is claimed that  a quarter of an ounce of freefone will  fost very litf.lt nfc any of the dru;r Dtorc.",  jut is sufflrient to rid one's feet oi  -very hard or soft corn or callus.  You are further warned that cuttini;.  t a crrn ' ��������� '��������� ��������������������������������������������� ���������' ��������� -'    ������������������ U'<L.  The Sun read is   read   by   everybody in the Kettle valley.-  BOOT   REPAIRING  TAKK   your   repairs  t(i   Amison, fbop   re  juiirer.    Tho   Huh.    Look  for  tho   His;  Uoot.  SECOND-HAND   GOODS  HIGHKSTCASH PIUCKS puid for old Stoves  aud    Knusres.    K. C.  PecKImm,   .-ircond-  hinifl Store.  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  Office!  FORSALE  F. Downey's Mgar Sture  k������, First Street  TKI.Kl'HONKS  OFFH:f., K(i(i  IIanhk.n'.*' Kkridknck  r  :or  Atclies9 Glocts, Jewellery,  Gut Glass, Silverware, Etc.  Go to  TIMBERLAKE, SON & CO.  "THE QUALITY IEWELLERS"  Bridge Street, Next Telephone Exchange, Grand Forks  Specialty:    Fine Watch Repairs.  John Simpson, M.A., formerly'  principal of tbe -Streetsville high  school, has received'an appointment  as mathematical master in the Har-  bord St. Collegiate Institute, To;  ronto,and commenced his duties on  November 1. -Is Mr. .Simpson  taught Latin, French and/English  while here, his attainments, must-be  somewhat varied. ��������� Streetsville  (Ont.) Review.  Yale  Barber  Shop  Razor Honing* a Specialty"  ASTRAY NOTICE  Came,- into ., my '.enclosure ^orri.e  time in October, 1917: One black-  sow, large: .4 black and whiteshoats;  i black and ,white hop, large. Owner  can have sanie,.by..proving property  and paying charges,  E. HERRICK.  Grand Forks, B.C., R.R. I.  GIVE ',������SYRjQP ,OF FIGS;' ;,.  TO constepa'ted CHILD  Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.  .Look -at the "tongue, 'mother! If  coated, your little one's < stomach, liver  and bowels'-^need- cleansiug.j at, once.  When peevish,,, cross,,-,listless, .doe'sn't  sleep, eat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach,-sour, breath bad;, has ,sore  throat, diarrhoea,' full' of cold, give a  teaspoonful of "California Syrup of  Figs," andi in->a'few hotirs-'all the1 foul,  constipated" -waste,- undigested, food s 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-'bottle of "California  Syrup;, of < Figs,"; which.! contains! full  directions for babies, children of all ages  and for grown-ups.  P. A.,.Z,   PARE,   Proprietor  Yalk Hotel, Fikst Strekt  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Rigs, and Good  Horses at All  Hours  at  the  Model Livery Barn  ( ML H. Burns, Prop.  Phone 68 Second Street  IMPERIALS PARLORS  BRIDGE STREET  WE SELL  Fresh Tobaccos  All Leading Brands, of Cigars  Soft Drinks  % J. Meagner, Prop.  J  ���������axew  ���������iit ExcIusiveSipecialties  THE GOAL.EyERBEABINXJ -APPLE���������The, only,Overbearing  apple in . existence. A delicious all-the season': fruit. Fine  tr*86s " Gcicn -v ��������� ���������''���������'    '' - "*" ��������� ��������� *'��������� ��������� *'        .   ...... ........ ............ ���������. - ',,vl������vl)  THE VANDE^P6ot]'r'eD APPLE;���������The great export apple and     .  -keeper.- i ���������-Each.>.'.:\.-.*,;...... ��������� ;..  i ������������������������������������  *50c  THE ORENCO APPLE���������The, best:dessert apple. ..Eiich  ..>..,. 50c  THE'fYAK;M.;ENE PEACH;APRICOT���������A remarkable combinationof ������he api'iqot;.an(| peach;;..Hardy.  Each............A'............81.00  THfiTvft'QPMAN^M food of  ���������>��������� great nittritious.ivalue on a;, highly ornamental tree: Each ........."SI.00  THE     SOUVENIR    EVERBEARING . RASPBERRY���������The  ;    ,        HundVed.;:...... $14.00  greatest everbeai'^i".  *:> ���������  ���������Special Saiiiplfe Offer?  for these oivanyfother of outsell known stock.    We do not .ship into the  interior in.,the Fall. ,. ,  : j',:,-., o ���������.../   ���������������������������������������������������������������.:���������    ���������   ���������--���������..     *   ���������  Weissuea SEVENTH PAGF^.CATALOG of Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, etc/, also an ARTISTIC RO.SE CATALOG. These will be sent  on.reques^.togeth'er \yith.a, pretty colored calendar for this month. ���������  VVe have a vacancy for a full-time salesman, also for ifle ' or  two  men  with spare time.     . ' ..  N.B.���������It is MOST IMPORTANT that ORDERS be sent in AT  ONCI5.    The stock must reserved NOW.  ^British ColumbjLaNursefies Co.,Ltd  1493 Seventh Ave. W., Vancouver, B.C.  Nurseries- at- Sardis-.-.-. ���������-.-..--.-.���������:=:���������.- ::-.-'-::���������.������������������ * ���������  JUST ISSUED���������Most Compjete New War Map of Fighting Area in Europe���������a nmrvH of detail; of special interest to Canadians;; every point of interest easily; located.;.-  size 2-J,x34- feet, in four colors. Map is ���������������������������iibellislu'd with  Badges. R'epresentinu' all ;CanadiM't-i; Battulions. l<]ach;.;n.)'ip  in: cover of, vt-rv,:iieat design .The vyry ni'ip our .Canadian  soldiers wii I endorse, and the ntii.p lhat nuikes the war understood. Progress of armies easily followed. Con Id not be  produced under two dollars a copy.     It is  Free ^itbtnq Grand Forts Sqn and The  Family Herald   and  Weekly Star of Montreal  Canada's.-Gt-eatMst, ������md Best Weekly���������-new subscrt|)tion  price -S1.25 a vi;ar���������every ,home,iii Qfinada shotiId have it.  Don't he without a War Map ��������� without it, the war is a  mystery.  The Grand Forks Sun   .  The Family Herald and Weekly Star  and the War Map


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