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 ���������%-' ;���������������������������:"'��������� Vi .V.,,:.v-  J" <t  A '   Legislative/Library        .:'  and  Kettle Valley Orchardist  SEVENTEENTH 'YEAR���������No   5  GRAND FORKS   B. C, FRIDAY, NOBVEMER 30, 1.917  $1.00' PER YEAR  &  Dr. CM.; Kingston, Health  ���������  Officer, Makes An En-  couragingvReport  alarm boxes had been tested. Six of  i he ten boxes had been found to be  ; in good condition. The defective  ones had been repaired. Carl Wol-  f'-om, of the Grand Porks brewery,  had applied for a reduction in his  water rate after the first of' December, as after that date the��������� government would not,allow him to brew  any more 2 per cent beer. The  council reduced Mr. Wolfram's  water rate to So for December.  On motion of Aid. Harkness and  Webster, the chief of police was instructed to test the fire alarm boxes  every thirty days, and the hydrants  semi-annually, and if any of the  former were found to be defective,,  to,get the city electrician to repair  them.  The council appointed two aldermen, who will sit, with the mayor,  in the city hall on December 10, at  I p.m., as a court of revision to revise lhe,municipal voters' list.  , Mayor Acres and all the alder  men were present .-at the regular  meeting of the city council on Monday evening.  A long communication was read  from C. H. Dunbar, Kamloops, dis  trict land registrar, quoting prices  for ,furnishing municipalities with  names of registered land ownees in  cities and other information regarding assessment rolls. Action on the  matter was deferred.  A communication was read from  the Union of Canadian Municipalities urging city councils to promote  the consumption of fish in order to  save beef and bacon for the troops  at the front, and suggesting that a  Standing committee be appointed to  take charge of this propaganda. The  council appointed Aid..Webster and  Harkness as a committee to supervise this department.  The chairman of the finance committee reported.that\S30,00Q .of .the.  sinking fund had been invested in  two year Canadian war bonds, and  that a safety deposit box had been  rented in the Bank of Commerce to  keep them in. The report was adopted, and the city treasurer was designated as the only person who should  nave access to the box.  The chairman of the finance com  inittee al soreported that the  Grand  Forks Transfer company had agreed  to remove the coal which had proven  unsatisfactory to the council.  The clerk was instructed to write  the Grand Forks Transfer company  and request them to paint their coal  shed near the Kettle Valley depot,  as per agreement when permission  was given them to erect it.  The chairman of the hoard of  works recommended that certain old  sidewalks at the head of Winnipeg  avenue in Columbia be removed.  Referred to the chairman of the  board of works.  Health Oflicer Kingston reported  that this was the ihird week of the  epidemic of the contagious disease  now prevalent in our city. There  had been 3o cases up to the present  time; 8 patients had been discharged as cured, and there were  now 10 cases in the isolation hospi  tal. In instances where all the members of a family had caught the disease, they had been quarantined at  their homes. All the cases were of  a very mild character, and the disease was now fully   under   control.  He felt confident that all   the cases' boys  want  gloves,   not   socks.   And  would be out of the hospital   before don't send    Bull   Durham���������you can't  BOYS AT FRONT NEED  GLOVES, NOT SOCKS  Pte. Murray Janes has written the  following letter from somewhere in  Frauco to his friend, Harry Binion,  in this city:  "Your welcome letter came two  days ago. Was glad to hear from }'Oui  . . ." 1 had the surprise of my life  a day or two ago. I was doing sentry  duty on an aeroplane of ours���������one  that.Jiad to come down on account of  engine trouble. 1 was one of a party  of four to guard the machine. There  was "quite a crowd of rubber necks  around, and among the buuch I saw  the Terrible Swede of the Traun-  wciser ranch, Mr. Larson, the boob  that fell heir to Al.'s old auto. I says  to liirrrf 'Hosv in h��������� did you get over  here]' 'Oh, I just come over,' says he,  as soberly as a Grand Forks police  magistrate. The sight of La.ison in  khaki almost gave me a shell shock.  This  world is not so  large, after  all.  "So poor old S������������������ is out of a job.  Well, tell him to join the artillery.  It is a very quiet unit to be in, and  he would make an Al ramrod; or we  could use him in the infantry as a  pull-through.  "This is the worst part of the world  I have yet been in. The mud is something awful. But the little old war  goes on just the same. iS'ight and  day the big guns never stop. I do  not see how the Hun stands the terrible artillery fire that wo hand him  constantly.  "I have not got your parcel yet,  but it will come all o.k. I have not  lost one yet. if a parcel is lost it is  the fault of   the   sender.     1 have got  Forty. Exemptions  on  Account   of  Medical  Category  The local exemption tribunal finished its work for the present on  Wednesday last. During the time  the tribunal was in session, forty  applicants were exempted' on account of medical category; thirteen  were granted temporary exemptions;  three were exempted from combatant service; thirteen Americans,  Doukhobors and Italians were exempted, and thirteen applications  for exemption were disallowed.  Seventeen men in Grand Forks reported for service  DID NOT FIND MOSES;  BTJLLRUSHES CONE  Hubert F. Broad, who  went   over  seas with one of the first  contingents  from Grand Forks,   has   written    the  following  interesting  letter   to J. H.  Ryley in this city:  " .  .   . 'I am now with  the   Egyptian expeditionary force, having come  over  here   for   the* winter  offensive,  and I am on my way up to   the  line,  having been stuck in the hospital   for  some weoks with malaria.   I can't say  that I am very sorry to leave Salonika;  but, really, it's   far more    unpleasant  over here���������am not   struck   on    sandy  deserts,   anyway.    I   am  writing this  on the desert in Arabia, not far   from  the canal.   We saw a good deal of the  delta coming up in the train, and the  vegetation under irrigation   was  marvelous.    They   were   growing  nearly  all corn and cotton, and just harvest  ing the latter,taking it away on either  very small donkeys or on  tall, skinny  camels   The only trees that   we   saw  were   some date   palms,    which   just  now have from 20 to   100  pounds   of  fruit on and look quite   nice,   as   the  fruit is either deep red or golden   yel  low, and a few small   bananas   growing   in    the   lowlands.    The   natives  looked very clean, and are hard work  crs.  We   passed   over   the   Nile, but  Moses was evidently not found   there,  as    there  were   no   bullrushes.     The  country   here is all   Hat sand, with a  lot of solt lakes, and   lies   below    the  level of the canal    The transports look  rather weird at   night   steaming  this  have left there now. Well, I'm-afraid  there is not much news to tell you,  butl like to keep in touch with Grand  Forks. I suppose there really is a  chance of the war being over inside  another year; but then the biggest  thing they will have to face will be  the demobilization of the troops. I'm  afraid things will be pretty flat in  England after the war. ... I hope  you are all pulling along in Grand  Forks, and that we shall all be back  there soon."  DEMOCRACY IN  WAR AND PEACE  my    mail    handed   me when I was in ; way, from the desert.     L   wa������ in   the  i  the front line under heavy shell lire. I hospital at Alexandria���������a very quaint  If a parcel is addressed right and , old city, with quite a lot to see, but  sewed.up good it will come through, ja very expensive place to have to live  [ want you to send me a pair of  gloves���������something    not     fancy     but  People who complain because of  the curtailment of personal liberties  during war times will no doubt be  able to extract some consolation  from the following four-minute  speech, delivered by the editor of  the San Poll Eagle at Keller, Wash.,  last week:  "Ladies and Gentlemen:  "I assume the liberty of expressing a thought not circumscribed by  specific instructions.  "Complaint is made that America,  while ostensibly fighting for democracy abroad, is not practicing  democracy at home.  "It is .asserted that since we de:  clared war against Germany nearly  all the important acts of our government, from the conscription of  men and the commandeering of food  supplies to the restriction of free  press and free speech, have been derogatory of democratic principles.  "It is charged that we have  even  invaded the palladium of   Christian  youth   and   persuaded   the  Young  Men's Christian association  to lend  its   comforting   influences   to   this  a  bloody strife.  "All this may be true. But, my  friends, a democratic government  in peace can not be a democratic  government in war.  "Democracy is government by the  consent of the governed. War is  government by force at the command of the governors. War is arbitrary power; democracy is paternal  peace.  '���������They are positive and negative  elements of motion in the mentality  of mankind and gladiators in the  arena of physical authority.  "Moreover, if we should apply the  benevolent rules of democracy as a  resisting force, against the marshaled  hordes of German plutocracy, we  would lose this war, and with it the  citadel of democracy for all time to  conic.  "In   war   our   government must  govern by command.   It must   seiz"  our sons for fhditers and our cereals; and maximum temperature for each  to feed them, and    commandeer   all j day   during   the   past    week, as re-  corded by the government therinom-  HASE AFT  MAN SP!  Captured in Ferry  County  by Two Secret Service Men  According to the following exciting  chase, copied from the Keller Eagle,  German spies are hiding pretty close  to home:  The first real gunfire of the war on  this reservation.occurred a few days  ago at Twin Lakes, northeast of Keller, where two secret, service men  from the east arrested a German  bomb thrower after he had fired fourteen shots from automatic guns.  The prisoner was taken to Myers  Falls, and from there by train to the  scenes of his pro-German operations  in New York. The Statesman Index,  of Colville, gives a detailed account  of the long chase of the secret service  men for this. German spy and dynamite plotter.  The secret service men came to  Colville and hired an auto and driver  and went to Myers Falls. From there  they entered the reservation at Inch-  lium, and drove to Twin Lakes, where  at a certain point they ordered the car  stopped; got. out and , handed the.  driver a gun, telling they were after  a man and if he attempted to pass the  car to shoot him.  The officers were armed   with   car-  bines and  automatics when they   left  the car.  After a   considerable    search  the   firing    began    and   the  German  bomb   man    surrendered   after firing  fourteen shots without effect.  '   "You   might be able   to pull   off  that kind of rough stuff'over   in   Armenia, but   you   can't raise hell over  here in the United  States," said   one  of the secret service men, and that was  about all    that was  said, according to  Clyde   Cammerer, the driver   of   the  car.   Mr. Cammerer signed   a government  voucher and   received   S27.50  for auto service, and the men   depart-,  ed with the prisoner.  According to the Statesman Index,  the Spokane secret service otlice knew  nothing of the affair. But that might  be expected. The men who made the  arrest were from the east; had been  chasing the German dynamiter for  weeks; had learned of his whereabouts  and came and took him.  METEOROLOGICAL  The   following   is   the   minimum  warm, for the winter.   If you know of  in.   I was also at Port Said for a day. i the requisites of successful    warfare, j   ^     o^ j%   j,''j]!Uvy' ranch*  Christmas.    All the   public   build-  ngs   had   been   fumigated, and all  The place is not very exciting���������full of j otherwise we obscure the last star in  Australian troops.    The weather just  the canopy of liberty and must yield j \*ov,  any one sending parcels, tell them the j now is fine���������not too   hot,   and   quite j in humble submission to the haugh  |  cold nights. We expect rain at the j ty dominations of imperial authori-j  end of this month, which is what wo j ty for ourselves and for the genera- I  have been waiting for, so we shall be  tions to come  keep it dry; so it is money wasted  "I   am    enclosing a little shoulder | busy from   now   on.     All   our trans  mail is also being fumigated   before  strap cut from u Hun  overcoat.    The  "We forego many of the   liberties  port is done by camels���������a   big  crowd ' of democracy while this war is   ra  of them is   just passing.    They gener  send   them   up  and    they  long necks twisting in  in open tail way  ing, and    do   ii gladly in the conli- .Snowfall  dent assurance that after   the war is;  Max.  M'ni.  23 ���������Friday   . 49  4 ."5  24���������Saturday   ..  .. 45  4 2  20���������Sund-ty   .. 48  ���������_'(;���������Monday   . 35  '25  ���������27���������Tuesday   .. 45  ,>',}  28���������Wednesday  .. 43  ���������J ���������>  2\) ���������Thursday   . :n  2S  flirlir.--  ook  weird, with over we and    our posterity will  joy:     Wanted ���������A good competent cook  direc- | in the blessings of  enduring    peace, '��������� for Isolation Hospital, at once.    For  to    Dr.   (!. II.  a l  it is sent out.   The   report   was  ac-   Hunny was a good one���������he was dead.  cepled. j You can wear it for a watch   fob.     I  ally  The chairman of   the   water   and i will send Ester   something   if   I ever  truciis  light committee reported that a new I get to a town where you can buy any-  then  floor   had    been  put   in  in the fire l thing. Belgium is all towns, but they j tions.     I  think we shall have a good j and    to   the glory  of   God and the  information    apply  hall* that the committee   had    been ! ul'������ ,l" level.    The   Hun made a good j show here when we do start.    When I   happiness of mankind we shall bask  unable to interview the C.P.R. oili-, J?b of Bul-ium, but he is now paving Lot stuck in the hospital   Art   Mann   in the sunshine ..f   a    broader   and  .. ,    .        ���������       the price with interest    rlarry, this is .    ,, .     ..        t    . i   r        i      ��������� .      i   i   i ,,.,.., ������v,������������������ ������������������,,,.  cials regard n������ the  insta  at on of   a'   ���������. ii ���������.       . .   I was in Salonika.   Just before   leaving hihim- extended democracy than ever  oiais iefe"������<-wii0 hjo   uiauiii.uiuu oi   n  a|] tj((, .m.,ei. j ||UVo got, and none   to n v ,,..,... .-��������� . . ,       i      ., .  switch   for  their   company's power ( bo had till I get   out  ������t<r������i������. mo 1 will ; ^ trietJ t.> find him, l.ut Uiif������M-i ur.fLt ������.|y   IH".������.e ������������������wak.-n.-d the spirit of liberty ;\ ictory   loan   bonds   tins   evenm  line, and that the hydrants and fire close with best regards to all.  he had    just left.     All tin: Canadians  amoi.g tin- nation.- of the world.'  Acres, mayor,  The total   amount subscribed for  ictory   loan   bonds   this  was ������pproximotel v ���������?'.)(),000. ���������V-'  THE   SUN,    GEA.ND   FORKS,    B. G.  $ht(&tmxb$8thB8>lin ������e���������ai^ The fvenime,,t ,'of   /'Halt!    Who-  goes   there?" j^  an .ndependent newspaper        Holland has at  last seen   the challenged the iommy.   ������������������ L(point,   and   has   turned   over  g. a. evans. editor and Publisher the  vessels  to the American.  [government for use in the  coastwise and South American trade.  SUBSCKII'TION   HATES,  IX AIJVAXCK.  One Year, in Canada and Great  Britain SI 00  One Year, in United States.   1.50  'Advertising rates furnished on   application to tli is ofh'co.  Address all communications to The  Grand Forks Sun, Grand Forks, B. C.  Oflice Columbia Ave. and   Lake St.  Phone 101 R  FRIDAY, NO VEiV BE 1.1 80,��������� J 917.  If the Union government is  defeated  on December 1.7, a  U'reat deal of the blame for the  defeat will have .to be shifted  to the shoulders of members  of the government.   The people are being exhorted, daily  and weekly through the press,  to exercise the severest thrift  in   the, conservation  of  food  and money, in  order that the  soldiers  at the  front may be  fed and the government supplied   with  funds with which  to car.iy on the war.    This  is  good  advice,  and Canadians  everywhere  are stoically but  cheerfully complying with   it.  They are willing to make  any  sacrifice   to   assure   ultimate  victory to'British  arms.   But  they   expect   that   those   in  power should also forego some  of their luxuries.    When they  see ministers  of the   government,   out on   electioneering  tours,    traveling   in     private  It very often happens- that  the person who practices in-'  justice against others, raises  the loudest howl of protest-  when-an act of injustice is  committed against himself.  "Who t' hell wants . to  know?" the wanderer countered. . ���������  "Pass, American," said the  sentry. _        '''.-.;  :^  ������*g���������  It requires a fakir to detect  and denounce a fakir.  A decade ago the president  of   the   Atchison,  Topeka &  Santa Fe railroad, E. P. Pip-  ley, said:   "I  am   thoroughly  convinced that I shall live   to  see railroads of the country in  the  control   of the   government-."   He1 was  then   sixty-  two.   "The signs may   not be  plain to you, but tht-y  are   to  me."   'This remark was made  to "Boersianer,"  who,   in. his-  article on the subject of the  future of the railroads,  which  appears in -Heart's   Magazine  for December,   draws  sisjnifi-  cant conclusions   based   on a  searching    analysis    of!     the  whole range of events, affecting'tiie financial status of the  railroads of the United States  since the beginning of the war  in Europe.  trains, ...with-' reti ernes, of  pri  vat.csecretaries,stenographers,  porters, cooks ondothei^ s^r  vants, they naturally begin to  wonder why-they should make  all   the   sacrifices,  while   the  men whom they have engaged  to transact their   business are  living lavishly   on everything  that money can buy. There is  room for economy in  governmental circles.    Some of  the  ministers now out campaign-  ing, bv. their luxurious man-  ner of traveling and livmg,are  making  more   votes   for   the  opposition    candidates   than  for   the   government,  and   if  Sir Pobert is desirous  of retaining power he  should   induce   them   to return   to Ottawa.    The Sun offers this advice because it believes  that,  at the   present  critical  stage  of the war, the return   of the  Union government would best  serve the empire.  Mr. Trotsky's denunciation'  of the United States deminds  one of the dog who bit the  hand that fed him.  The Canadian Pacific railway is getting its due amount  of advertising out of Mr.  Shaughnessy's bluff that, if  certain conditions eventuate,  the company will invest ten  million dollars in Victory  bonds. There is nothing out  of the ordinary in this proposition. Had Mr. Shaughnessv  worked all his life as a section  hand at two dollars pov  day,  The food controller is   well  aware that in many .. homes ol  the Dominion very coiisiueea-  ble  economics  in   food, have  been effected voluntarily since  the war began.   In thousands  of other homes high prices  of  food have compelled   the   ut  most   economy   in    selection  and   in   apportionment to the  various members of the  family.    The food controller  aims  that, as far as possible,   there  should be sufficient and.sir a-  ble   food   for   the   people of  Canada atfcprices which are no  higher   than   are   absolutely  necessary under present conditions of supply and  cost  of  production.   Seventy per cent  of the people of Canada areas  thrifty and careful as   any  in  the world. They consume but  little or no more than is necessary to maintain   their physical  strength.    The food con-  troller does not ask these people to reduce   their consumption, beiny the amount necessary to maintain their efficiency,   but he  does ask them to  substitute other foods  as   far  as   possible   for* wheat, beef  and bacon, which are   needed  the     soldiers     overseas,  lore   is   still a  considerable  minority of the people of Canada  who   can   and should reduce   their   consumption    of  ov  and then offered to invest to*  millions in Victory bonds, wo| food bv similar livin'-.-. Sub-  should have considered tliojKtitiition may invoke some  act  a   miracle   of   thrift; but j,sacrifice, bui\surrly   the   men  considering the manner in  which the Canadian Pacific  railway has amassed its colossal fortune, it would not be a  verv magnanimous transaction  t/ CD  e\enif the company should  loan the government ton   mil-  at the front are deserving that  such sacrifice should be made.  Elimination of waste is a patriotic service in which'' the  most humble and" the.,', most  prosperous can contribute.   It  , ,, -        . , . ,,ri no exaggeration to sav that  lion dollars   without interest. ;ovcl.y 0Ullce 0f U.;1K|(. is :i(,on_    : ti'iliution toward starvation.  For months 84 Dutch merchant ships lay idle at American Atlantic ports���������not because the United States government  was   detaining    the  The following story, sent  out from London, is an old  friend in a new uniform:  A Sammy   wandered   away  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.  \������  \=  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  GRAND; FORK'S,15. C.  -.^  flUSSEY HAS YBT  HOPES. OF RUSSIA,  fUVfiiri, before vfrn in*t back to Canada I m!Iv I  hav*- hno^ of   Russia:  yet.     [  i ' * ,'������������������������������������  The fcillmving leitfr from E G. L. j f,'-;|'n) l~uu I c-m stand it with the'/i" not think she win try to throw  Hussey, who has bpfn somewhere' rf,st mr end urn nee. It is try ins,' to awavm-r freedom, which she Initio Franc- fur a con|>j> of years, has' th--;'patience of our allies, this long, been ���������trying  so   lo^g to get, for the  ships themselves, but because from one of the training camp!  it  denied   export  licenses to "somewhere in   England" and  cargoes, which it   had   reason stumbled into a. nearby . Brit*  to believe were   intended   for isli camp, after dusk.  " '  linen i-HeHvcrl hy one of   his   frimds  dreadful and wdinuswar.   Of course i pake,  of   a    hasty    peace under the  in'this (tiiy: ���������'������������������*������������������     Russia has onset all calculations   as'finger   and   thumb; of that dam nod  ���������' . .--.- \on know IS.m no: jn :he   t0   t'U!- conclusion of the war on ac-. rascal, the German emperor,  front lint- any longer.'   I have h-.d a  ,;<)U"< of the "-volutinr*, hut,   it  was  medical' hoard   and   marled [ii, at. ("������������������,<>s-,������ry to carry out the ohject for  the base.  It will be pom<> iim*, I. am   whieh wp Kr������ fighting.'. But   pevson-  W. H. Beach^5i)f Christina    Lake,  was in the city on Saturday.  gpaBma^^  OW   many  bought?  Victory Bonds  have you  Have you put yourself to any real inconvenience to buy Victory Bonds ?  ave you denied yourself some purely  personal gratification, so that you could  invest,the money saved in Victory Bonds?  Have you realized the urgent need for  personal self-sacrifice to make the Victory  Loan a great success?  Until you have bought Victory Bonds  to the very limit of your ability, you have  not done your duty.  I  It  m&*  us wei  ���������3  1   9  pive  Issued  hy Canada's  Victory i.nan  Committee  in co-operation with the  Minister of Finance  of the Dominion of Canada:  65a  fiSaSKaESffiESSSS^^  ,rr^^v^-<:-;l".'.*i;l"y.viv?".v?,:'T,.-l;J" iT?n.'t'.W"1Jr jtf v^TrrWT7ry?n' mm '^���������^���������J^gT/,'r^J'/.v^JIJ^|TVT���������'���������^-ly���������'''^  K^imimiiiiummmmiitix.timrmsim  mmmmmwm/numusa  msmmmmrnmammsma '? -I  THE   SUN,    GRAND    FOBKS,   B. C.  tps Telephone 'and  O  Materials used daily in the telephone business have  increased in price between August 1st, 1914, and- September 14, 11)17, as follows':  Glass insulators, ol %; galvanized ground rods, 76%;  lead-covered cable, 04%; rubber-covered telephone wire,  41%; dry batteries, 76 p.c; telephone instruments, pole  line hardware, 12:3 p.c, tools, oi) p.c.  These are-merely a few items selected from a list  of  more   than  600  articles  of  material   used in the 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 service is  comparatively  cheaper  today  than anvthino-else you use.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY, LTD.  I get the paper here on time. Tfor the  supply for this issue we are indehtpd  to the courtesy of the Penticton  Herald. Next week we expect a  shipment from Vancouver���������and  then everything will be lovely  again.    " ,  cause of physical training.,  He is freer from disease in the  army than in civil life.  He-has better medical care at the  front than at home.  In other wars from ten to fifteen  men died from disease to one from  bullets.  In this war one man dies from dis-1  ease to every ten from bullets.  " James KooUe has received word  that his son, Pte. T. Rooke, has- re-  c-nved a gunshot wound in the right  leg at the front  Mrs. A. E   Melin and faroily and  ,Mr Melin'd mother,left on Saturday  for Portland, where they will spend  the winter months.  Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hansen and  family visited friends in Greenwood  on Saturday.  Mrs. Joseph Willis returned on  Sunday from a six weeks' visit at  her old home in Portage la Prairie,  Man.      ~  Wanted���������A good competent cook  fur Isolation Hospital, at, once. For  information apply to Dr. G. H  Acres, mayor.  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 was bent and twisted,  and.the load made the vphicle wobble like a drunken sailor The weight  of the load naturally bad a tendency  to induce Scotty to follow the gyrations of the wheelbarrow.  A minister of gospel, who had  walked behind Scotty for half a  njock, 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-wheelbarrow."  The Allen & Norris mill in the  Ruckle addition is now cutting  ab mi 15,000 of lumber daily.  Uevs.   M.   D.   McK>,e   and  J.   D  H���������bden    attdended  the b-.ys' eon-  ereoce in Nelson the latter part of  last   week.  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OR DYSPEPSIA  "Pape's Diapepsin" makes sick, tour,  gassy stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  Miss N McLean has returned to  her home at .he coast after a visit  here with her sister, Mrs. J- A.  Mutton.  G iteway   L >dge.,   I O O l<.,  h.;t*ii,<:<-ting decided toinve  in Victory  bonds.  at  its  An Explanation.���������Owing to the  American embargo on news print,  resulting in a shipment for this  ..dice beir.g stalled at Laurier, The  Sun is a little late this week. Last  week we were forced to cut out all  our exchanges and some of nur out-  of town subscribers from our mailing list for this same reason. We  did everything in our power, except to charter a   special   train,    to  If what you just ate is souring on  your stomach or lies like a lump of  lead, or you belch gab and eructate  sour, undigested food, or have a feeling  of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea,  bad taste in mouth and stomach-headache, you can get relief in five minutes  by neutralizing acidity. Put an end to  such stomach distress now by getting a  large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin  from any drug storr You realize in  five minutes how needless it is to suffer  from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder caused by food fermentation  due to excessive acid in stomach.  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  ctnmces of dying.  He has only one chance in 500 of  losing a limb.  He will live five years  longer  be-  TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,  HAIR STOPS FALLING  Save your Hair!    Get a small bottle  of Danderine right now���������Also  stops itching scalp.  Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy  ihair ds mute evidence of a neglected  scalp; of dandruff���������that awful scurf.  There is nothing so destructive to  the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair  of its lustre, its strength and its very  life; eventually producing a feverish-  ness and itching of the scalp, which if  not remedied causes the hair roots to  shrink., loosen and die���������then the hair  falls oiit fast. A little Danderine tonight���������now���������any time���������will surely save  your hair. i '  Get a small bottle of Knowlton's  Danderine from any drug store. You  surely can have beautiful hair and lots  of it if you will just try a little Danderine.    Save your hair!    Try it!  "The Canadians in France,"  A Great War Map  Canadian homes will no longer have  diflicnlty in following the Canadian  troops in France. There has just been  issued a map of the European war-  area that clearly .shows every point of  interest that has been mentioned in  dispaches since the Canadian forces  first lanclerl 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 24-x3K^eet 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 and 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 Her  aid and Weekly Star for several  months back have been lighting hard  against the necessity of increasing  their subscription rates, but eventu  ally had to come to it like most other  papers The increase, howevev, is a  mere trifle���������twenty five cents a year,  making their new rate $1.25���������and  with the year's subscription they will  include a copy of this great war map  free of charge. This is certainly a generous offer, and 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 afid Weekly Star  should be 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.   H!j !:*#  1fT"  DAVIS BLOCK, BRIDGE AND SECOND STREETS  Try us for first quality Fresh and Cured  "Meals, Lard, Compound, etc.    Fish ana  Game in Season.  Support Youi Home InduFtry1  PHONE 58  DAVIS 8 FLOOD, Proprietors  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made   to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neatly   Done.  R.C.McCUTCH EON  WINNIPEG AVESUE  Isn't the news of your  store something like the  nsws of the whole city?  s  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  weeirs 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.  i^5!  S-^i  .Hfl  IflW^I^^^MJLWmMWBimWjUl THE   SUA.    GRAND. FORKS,   B. C.  C*?  Of all present-day Sewing 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 the machine you want.  Sold on easy monthly payments by'  Complete Home Furnishers  IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  cnsatcnnats-uni.'MM  Look,  Mother!   'If. tongue is coated,  cleanse little bowels with "California Syrup of Figs."  Mothers can rest easy after giving  "California Syrup of Figs," because in  a few hours all the clogged-up waste,  sour bile and' fermenting food gently  moves out of the bowels, and you liavo  a well, playful child again.  Sick children needn't be coaxed to  take this harmless "fruit laxative."  Millions of mothers kdep it handy he-  cause .they know its action'on the stomach, liver and bowels is prompt and sure.  Ask your druggist for a bottle of  "California Syrup of Fiars " which contains directions for babies, children of!  all ages and for grown-ups.  DON'T HESITATE!  PHONE 101R  ���������FOR FINE PRINTING  for the ensuing year: CO., Klaus  Sender; V.C , IW. P. C. Hayrnan;  Prelate, P. 0. Trout; M. of W , R.  E. Jenne: K, of E. and S., R I.  Gardner; M. or F., Carl Holm; M.  nf E., Nels Sutterludd; M. of E...  Klaus Ruiter- I.G., Sam Siddall;  O.G., A. J. Anderson. The lodge  decided to invest 6500 in Victory  bonds.  W.   H. . Play lies, of Nelson, commercial manager of the British   Col  G. Evans Atwood left on Monday  morning for Toronto, where he intends to reside in future. Mr. At  wood has been prominently interested in the nursery and ranching  industries in the valley for a nuni-  her of years, and his many friends  here wish him luck in whatevet-  part of the world he may be.  F    Nation,    provincial    secretory  o?    the    Canadian    Patriotic fund,  addressed a  public   meeting in  the  Empress theater on Tuesday even-  ng.  A. F. Gibson, local manager of  the British Columbia Telephone  company, has orecovered from his  recent illness.  Glen Maniy, Walter So res by, Car  rimbia Telephone company,   was  ini^  ;\Ic.Leod and Charlie McArthur,  the city on   Monday.     Mr.   Haynes!who have joined the Royal    Flying  stated that, commencing on Decern  ,corpSj  !eft for the coast on Monday,  ber   1,    Miss  Sloan, who   has-been ��������� They had  instructions t0 rep������rt hi  chief operator here for a   number of   Vancouver    on  Wednesday and to  years, 'would take over the   manage-;gUrt    for   TorOMto   0n ��������� Thursday,  ment of the local office, vice   A.   F. :;A ,arge number of their friends bid  Gibson, who will devote all ��������� of   bis ! U)em good.bye at the station.  time to the construction department. 7 ______  ISIr. Gibson is now making prepnra  J. J. Smith, wife and family ar  rived in the city last Saturday from  Vegreville, Alta. Mr Smith, has  purchased the Grand Forks Meat  Market from Davis & Flood, and  will take possession tomorrow.  James Rooke and Robert Lawson  returned on Saturday from the  Spokane National Apple show. They  day that the show was a big success, many new and instructive  features having been added to    it  During .the week ended lastSatur-  u' c ii 1 i-il jaipte i" of the Daugh  ters of the Fmpire received 14 pans  of socks from members and 814 cash  donations (rum citizens. _���������_ ���������  tions   to   move to   Vancouver with  his family. He has been a courteous  W. T. Chapman, who has spent  the two weeks in the city, the guest  of his hrothei, hi.   B.  Chapman, left  manager   of   the   company's   office ' m Wedneg(lav for San Francisco en  here, and we are sorry to  lose  him.   route tQ China> wberp he ip thfi prQ    fessor at the Wenchow   college.    He  Mrs. H. J. Lutley this week re-' *s mnv returning after a year's fur  ceived the news that her brother, lough, spent with his father in Eng-  Pte. Harold  Henderson,   who   last  land.  week   was   reported wounded, had;   died of wounds. Deceased was edu ; Hubert Arthur Ronald, aged three  eated in the public schools in this vears aiK- sjx months, died" at the  city, where he lived until the Hen- Grand porks hospital on Wednesday  derson family moved to Calgary live ]ast. The funeral was held from  or six years ago. This is the second the family residence in Columbia  member of that family who has  made the supreme sacrifice, an elder  brother, Arthur, having been killed  in action earlier in the war.  yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  It is reported today, that   Joseph  Levitt,  formerly     manager oi   the    *��������� Grand Forks Family   Liquor Store,.  At the meeting of the  Knights of  who went overseas   with   the   Uni  Pythias lodge on   Tuesday  evening  versity corps, has been killed in ac-  the  following officers   were elected  tion at the front.  Another Shipment New Fall  cTklodels  G. Bruno, driver for John Donaldson's auto delivery, had his right  aim broken above the wrist while  cranking the car one.day this ������eek,  the engine hack firing.  George lireeu, of Vancouver, is  visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  A. E. !3reen, in this city.  Post Office Inspector  J.  F.   Mur-  r.-iy was in the city on Tuesday.  ������..���������*.������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������  SUFFERING CATS'    l  GIVE THIS MAN    I  IE GOLD MEDAL :  j\Iany women h-tve lo-inietl  to u'o.'tr thorn.  Have You ?  It is ������*m Ci'tsy matter to ho convinced of  the superior fit, style, find above all, the  comfort of these front-laced Corsets.  \Vhv not come today find be fitted? Why  suffer the discomforts of ill-shaped corsets, when perfect shaped Gos.sards cost  no more.  Expert Corsetiere to ^uide yon to comfort. It will be a pleasure to us to u'ive  von a trial fit tin''*.  Let fo'ks'step on your feet hereafter.-  wear shoes a s'w.e smaller if you like  for corns will never again send electric  sparks of pain through you, according  to this Cincinnati authority.  Pie says that a few drops of a drug  called freefone, applied directly upon  a tender, aeiiing corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon the entire  corn, root unci all, lifts right out.  This drier is n. sticky ether compound,  but dries at f w:e and simply shrivels;  up the corn without inflaming or even  irritating  the  surrounding tissue.  It is claimed that a quarter of an  ounce of freezone obtained at any drug  Ftore wiil cost very little but is sulli-  cicnt to remove every hard or soft Conor callus from oneVfoct. Cut this out,  eMpeciully if you arc a woman reader  who wcitr.s high heels.  1)0(1  he .-Sun read is   read   by   every-  y in the Keti le valley.  BOOT   REPAIRING  Gossard Brassiers 50c to $2.50  TAI' K   your   ri>|mii's  to   Aniisnn,  shop   '<���������  I'liiror.'   The    Huh,     l.ool'   for   the   Mi*  Until.  ! SECOND-HAND   GOODS  |_| rnriKSTCASlI I'Klol'Sjuii.l lor old Stoves  hit lid Sloro  HANSEN 8 CO  city baggage and transfer  r&i  FORSALE  opkick!  F. Downey's lilgar Slurs  ,w Ffrsf Struct  KI.KI'KONI'S;  <' I��������� i-r<-1:. Klii.i  11 A NH I* > 'S  I' KH 11) I! SCI'.  For largest selection, choicest designs  newest goods, go to  TV  THE QUALITY  JEWELLERS  Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Wristlet W'atches,  Parisian Ivory Dressing Table- ware, Silverware,  Cut Glass, Photo Frames, Brass and Silver Fern  Pots and Jar din ier sin great variety at lowest prices  The annual meeting of the local  branch of the Canadian Patriotic  fund, which was 'called for last  Friday night, was postponed for  two weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Ira Carter and  family have returned from a six  weeks' trip to the eastern states.  Hon. Martin Burrell left on Saturday for a campaigning tour  through* Tvootenay and other constituencies.  A number of the Rebekabs of  the local lodge assisted in the initiation of ten candidates into the  order at Greenwood last Thursday  evening.  Yale  Barber  Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty"  W CENT��������� "CASGARETS"  FOR LIVER AND BOWELS  Cure    Sick    Headache,   Constipation,  Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad  Breath���������Candy Cathartic.  3>To odds bow bad your liver, stomach  or bowels; how much your head aches,  how miserable yoa are from constipation, indigestion, biliousness ana sluggish bowels���������you always get relief-with  Cascarets. They immediately cleanse  and regulate the stomach, remove the  sour, fermenting food and foul gases;  take the excess bile from the liver and  carry off the constipated waste matter  and poison from the intestines and  bowels. A 10-cent bc-_ iWta your drag-  gist will keep ^vonr liver and bowels  clean; stomach sweet and head clear for  months.    They work while you sleep.  P. A.   Z.   PARE,   Proprietor  Yahi'. Hotel, Eikst 'Stuekt c  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modeni .'Riys  and Good  Horses at All Hours   at  the  Model Livery Barn ���������������������������  fv '       M. H. Burns, Prop.  Pfionc 68 Second Street  BILLIARD  & POOL  BRIDGE STREET  WE SELL  HLORS  rese  lob"  accos  All Leading Brands of  Soft Drinks  Cigars  eagner, irop  n5te Few of OairExcIasiveSpeciJalties  THE GOAL EVERBEARING   APPLE���������The only  everbearing'  apple   in    existence.     A    delicious    all-the .season    fruit.     Fine  trees, each  SI .00  THE VANDERPOOL RED APPLE��������� The ������reat export apple and  keeper.     Each   oOc  THK Ol-tEiVCO APPLE���������The best dessert apple.    Ench  oOo  THE YAKIMI5NE PEACH-API11COT���������A remarkublc   combination of the apricot and peach.   Ha re! v.   JCaeli...- ....SI.00  THE VROOMAN EIIANQUICTTE WALNUT���������Produces food of  great nutritious value on a highly .ornamental tree. Each.... ?1.00  TflE     SOU V ENI It    EVER BEAR.TN6     R AS P13 E RR Y���������The  greatest everbearer.    Hundred 8 14.00  Special Sample Offer  We will send PREPAID to your nearest station next Spring one  of each of these splendid trees and a rlozen of Souvenir Raspberries on  receipt of a 85.OU bill, oi CO I.') So.oO". Orders should be placed NOW  for these or any other of our well known stock. We do not ship into the  interior in the Fall.  We issue a SEVENTY PAGE CATALOG of Fruitand Ornamental  Trees, e.tc..,.al.so an ARTISTIC ROSE CATA LOG. Tlu-se will hi: sent  on request,.together with a pretty colored calendar for this month  Wo have a vacancy for a full-time salesman, also for one   or   tun  men  with spare time. * >   '  N,B���������It i.s MOST IMPORTANT that OR DERS be sent in AT  ONCE.     The stock must reserved NOW.  ^TeBritish ColumbiaNurseries Co.,l_td  1493 Seventh Ave. W., Vancouver, B. C.  Nurseries at Sardi������.  TTJST ISSUED���������.Most-Complete New War Map of l������'i_hL  *^ ing Area in Itlurope���������a inni'vi I of iletnil; of specia1 in  terest to Ciinadians; eviu-y point of interest, easily loruti-'d;  size 1?.'.x.'? {- feec, in four colors. Map is embellished wirh  l.-iadires Rf.-present i r i _; all (.'.-inadian Ra'tidioiis. Knelt mifi  in (.-over of very neat; design The very m������i> nm- ('aineuan  solrliers will endorse, find the map tip-it imikiw lite war nri ���������  derstoofl. Progress of 'irinies ea>d y fo1 lowed. Con'd not he  produced under two dollars a cony,      11 is  Free With the Grand Forks Sun and The   Family Oeralcl   :mc3  Weekly Star of Montreal  Canada's   Greatest   and    Resr,   Weekly���������new    subscription  price Si  "2"i a year very home in Canada should   have   if.  Don't   be   without  a   War   Map���������without  it, the war is a  mystery.  The Grand Forks Sun ^  The Family Herald and Weekly Star fjjM  jjflj  and the War Map  5#_;guU

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