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 ,r :i������������s s_-^u������-u;rf'iKi.  J *  f.'"Oi-,* A ,.,i* "* ..  '��������� .IK/'--"**  *. V.1 -.  I*  I  e Valley Orchardist   -*���������  18TH YEAE���������No. 50  GRAND FORKS   B. C, FRIDAY,   OCTOBER 10, 1919  "Tell me what you Know is true:  I can guess as well as you."  S1.00 PER YEAR  ON N. F. BRANC  -��������� I  Shipments of Ore, Concentrates and Timber  Are, Increasing -- May  Mean More Train Service  Vancouver, were visitors in  the city  this week.   Mr. Harmon is  prov  cial grand master of the Oddfellows  lodge.  J B. DeLong, of Vancouver, high  school inspector, was io tbe city this  week. ,-;..:  It sometimes pavs to specialize.  The Sun orchard has had enquiries  this fall for quinces' sixty miles  away.  The Kettle Valley train from  Lynch Creek on Wednesday brought  down one car of ore from the Union  mine in Franklin camp and three  cars of fluorspar concentrates from  the Rock Candy mill at''. Lyn-h  Creek, besides several cars of poles  and posts. Traffic on this branch  is increasing very rapidly, and  officials of the road say it will prob  ably ba necessary to make two or  three trips per week this winter.  Harry Rolston, of the British  Columbia Telephone company, now  stationed at Greenwood, was in the  city for a con?.*-, of days this week.  Harry wa., once manager of the  local exchange,, but since that time  he has seen much service   overseas.  The Sun editor regrets being unable to accept the invitation to at  tend.-a.^publicity conference.in connection iwith the Victory loan 1919,(  which- is being held in Vancouver  today.  Inter-Church Forward  Movement  Special services will be held in  the Grand Forks churches begin  ning on Sunday, October 12, and  extending to and including Sunday,;  October 19. The fpeakerswill be.as  follows: Rev. M. C. Campbell, M. A.,  of Kaslo; Rev. Robert Hughes, of  Kaslo; Rev. J. T. Ferguson, D.D.,  and Rev. J. Ferguson Miller, D. D.,_.  of Penticton.  THE CALGARY  Important   Letter From  the   Liberal  Leader   to  -the Sir Henry Drayton,  Minister of Finance  Markets Commissioner  S,ays Apple Supply Will  Be Far Short of the Demand  S. T. Hull accompanied by Mrs.  Hull, left on Thursday for Vancouver to atteud the conference  called in connection with the . Victory loan 1919.  If the animalcula who have  stolen the best apples from the Sun  orchard had also taken the culls it  would have saved us the worry  about picking them. As it is, there  is not much left to show for a sea^  son'i:  vork.  ������,.'��������� <  The movement baBAbeeSPsIow'th'ip  Mrs. C. A. S. Atwood, Mrs. Jeff  Davis, Clinton Atwood, J. B. Mc*  Djnald, John McKie, Douglas Carter, Mr. McKay of Cascade, and Mr.  McGinuis of Phoenix have returned  from Vancouver, where they attended the Conservation convention as  delegates from the local association.  A fire late Wednesday afternoon  destroyed the old barn in the rear of  McCutcheon's cabinet shop on Win-  nipeg avenue. A strong wind was  blowing at the time, and for a short  time the surrounding buildings ap*  peared to be in imminent danger of  destruction.  As far as is known at present,  the governor-general's special train,  which is expected to pass through  the city within a day or two, will  not stop at this point.  Miss Haggerty, of the public  school staff, left this evening to  Spend Thanksgiving at Trail.  A. H. Keller and wile were in the  city for a few days this week. Mr.  Keller is the new owner of the Deep  Creek sawmills. ,.  Mrs. C. M. Kirk has returned  home from a short visit to Spokane.  week, weather cldudy^and coldfwTth"  showers; today it-is crisp and-^clear.  Fall and winter apples are rolling in  and considerable has been consigned,  as jobbers fill not buy- in advance,  believing that apple prices are due  to slip.- The news from Yakima  that one third of the apples on the  trees have been bl )wn down, will  upset matters for a week. The first  effect will be to crowd the market  with damaged and cheap apples,and  the second will be to raise winter  prices over the present high mark.  So far the amount of apples bought  for winter storage is small. It is almost certain that the approach of  winter will find the supply far short  of the demand, and country points  will have to go without fruit until  mild spring weather returns.  The sugar shortage has shot its  bolt as far as preserving fruit is concerned. There will be no preserving  fruit offered in about a week from  date, as most of it has already been  cleaned up.  The Mcintosh Red are finding  their place beside the Weathy and  Gravensteins. Some are just plain  Mcintosh, the Red being absent,  but usually they are nicely colored.  We notice these in old sunburnt  boxes which looks as if they were  repacked from a lower grade.  Complaints are made   that  Chin  ese in the Calgary public market are  Below we print a most important letter in support of  the'Victory loan, 1919, writ-  ton by Hon. Mackenzie King,  leader of the Liberal party in  Canada. Mr. King is working whole-heartedly in support of the loan:  "The Roxborongh, Ottawa,  September 10, 1919. ���������My  Dear Sir Henry; I am pleased  to join with you in commending the Victory -loan to the  people of Canada.  "It is imperative that Canada's credit should be maintained.  "As the government finds  that borrowing is a necessity  to meet existing obligations,  it is in every way desirable  that' the amount required  should; if possible, be "raised  within Canada itself. I hope,  therefore, that the loan may  be oversubscribed by citizens  of the Dominion.  "You appreciate, of course,  that in expressing a desire to  see the loan a success, such  obligation as I may have in  the matter of criticizing unnecessary or extravagant public expenditures is increased,  rather than lessened; and that  this endorsation is given upon  your assurance that 'The organization of the campaign,  everything about it, is absolutely and entirely non-political.' Yours sincerely,  "W. L. Mackinzie King."  Looking up at the stars, do you  think it pays to let envy and worry  and disappointmept and fear gnaw  at your heart?  Or would it be better to fill your  brief hour with joy and service?  Don't sulk and.cringe beneath the  majesty'''of the stars!  MYSTERIOUS  RASTUS AND THE      '  TONY CHURCH  An old colored pan got religion  and decided to join the finest and  most fashionable church in his  town. So he paid a visit to the pastor and stated his design.  But the pastor hemmed and  hawed. He felt that his fashionable  flock wouldn't welcome the addition  of the old darkey to the congregation. He didn't want to hurt the old  fellow's feelings, however, and finally he said: "Go home, Uncle Rastus. Go home and pray over it. This  is an imporiant matter, and should  bemadea subject of prayer."  Old Uncle Rastus went home, and  in a few days he was back again.  "Well," said the divine, "well,  what is the verdict now?"  "Ah prayed an' Ah prayed,"said  Uncle Rastus, "an' de good Lawd  he say to me, 'Rastus, mah son, Ah  wouidn't .bother mah haid about  that mattah no mo'. Ah've been  tryin' to get into dat chu'eh mahself  fo' de last ten yeahs an' Ah had no  luck, nuther.' "  Unconscious Doukhobor  Is Found on the North  Fork Road With a Fractured Skull  ' THE WEATHER  THE STARS  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Max.  3���������Friday   64  4���������Saturday   .... 66  o- Sunday   75  6���������Monday  72  7���������Tuesday  64  8���������Wednesday .. 47  9- Thursday  49  On Monday a Doukhobor named  John Podmoroft-was found on the  North Forkcroad in an unconscious  condition. Geo. Stanfield, of the  government police, was called to the  scene. The injured man waB unable  to talk. Dr. Kingston was notified,  and he hurried to the injured man,  and on examination he found him  suffering from a bad cut in the back  of his gbead and a fractured skull.  Podmoroft is now in the Grand  Forks hospital, and the doctor feels  reasonably certain that he will recover.  It is surmised that the man had  been struck by a passing automobile, but no definite conclusion as to  the real cause of the accident has  yet been arrived at. The provincial  police have matter in baud. Tbe  automobile story is doubted.  Oct.  Min.  32  34  4S  38  36  44  28  Inches  Rainfall y    ......   000  British Golambia Honey  There is a market on the prairies  for British Columbia honey. The  supply now used there comes from  Ontario and the United States. The  Ontario supply is reported to be  short. We would like to see the  British Columbia honey men organ-  WHY YOU SHOULD  BUY VICTORY BONDS  Because  You will get 5������ per cent interest  on your money.  You will get full value of your  money practically at any time you  may require it.  You will have an investment  backed up by the entire resources of  Canada.  You will have a guarantee as safe  as any,greenback.  "You will be allowing Canada to  do your banking temporarily for  you.  You will be taking the advantage  of your last chance to subscribe to  a Canadian Victory loan.  Our Royal Visitor  The Prince of Wales has captured  the hearts of all Canada. Rich and  poor, old and young, are enraptured  with his easy manner and happy.ex-  pression. He is so different to what  many expected.  No wonder a great demand has  been created for a real life-like portrait   of   our   popular  future   king.  ized commercially and quoting their  When did you last lift   up   yourjnoney on this market as a unit, says Photographers and artists have failed  eyes go the night heavens'? j the Fruit Markets Bulletin.   We-can  to secure a  satisfactory   snapshot of  Have you forgotten that there are assist them when they are  ready to; the royal visitor.   Ho was not here to  pose for them.    It   remainod for The  stars?  step.  Montreal to secure a portrait that  would be satisfactory, and they have  succeeded.   Just  before   leaving   for  Tho stars said to Emerson, "Why ;     The 4-pound tin, 2 pound   tin, 1-' Family Aerald and Weekly   Star   of  so hot, Little Man?" | pound   glass   jar   containers"  seem I  Are you stewing and fretting over  most popular. Wholesale   prices to-  your small destiny? : day srom the United States are   li)ci  Maybe there is something   wrong  to 20c per pound, Ontario at  25c to Canada the prince gave a spoci.il sit-  with   the   idside of   your head, and   25c per pound. The prices are f.o.b. | ting to the celebrated   London, Eng-  fhe cool vast of   the  sky    will   calm   shipping   point   in   4 pound   tins. : land,   photographer, Van Dyke.    The  I you aud soothe you  and   put  you   The.prices for glass  containers   are agents  of   The   Family Herald were  l    .      ��������� u.-       .i j  where you belong in your  own esti-   higher,  short weighting   the    prunes    and J t    ������  plums in crates by making eight  crates from six. We will give this  our attention at once.  Retail prices: 12 oz. jars   retailing  how many  in Calgary 45c to oUc; 8 oz.   jars re-  miles  it   is   to Venus; you needn't  tailing  Calgary   30c to  35c; 2-h lb.  mation.  Yon   needn't  know  instructed to secure the right to reproduce it in Canada, und that great  weekly is now offering it to its  readers.  The Sun has .succeeded in making  an arrangement with The Family  Herald and Weekly Star by which  our readers may have The Sun, Th.i  Family Herald and Weekly Star   fur  even know the   names   of   the   big  tihs, 95c to SI.10; 5 lb.   tins,   61.00  .    stars, or the number of the   swarms  to 82.20; 10 lb. tins, not in demand.  Hotels That Pay Guests   ! 0f jesser onea (which may in reality :    A   newspaper   reports   that   the  be suns much larger than our own).       The    West   Kootenay   Power   &.  hoteiproprietors at Prague, Bohemia, i    See yonrtelf as you are,   a  living Light company   will   build   a  high  have "cut their rates more than 10U speck in   the   midst   of   mai-s s   of power line from Bunnington to Kim ' one year and a copy of the picture for  percent." 'specks, riding'round and 'round on berley, a distance of J00 mile.--. |$2.00.    Tlie  demand for this picture   \ a rather inferior planet!'   1 in Canada will be enormous,   and    *u  We  have   victory, but  it   is  not,     You have a few breaths of  exist-       j^rid  the crippled soldier a   hand j advise our readers to take   advantage  A. E. Harmon and wife, of North 'paid for yet. ence, and then you must \y.\^ on. -Hoy Victory bond.-!. of this opportunity without delay.  K  smmmmsammaamn  annammam ������������  THE   SUN,    GRAND    FORKS,    B. G.  upper side of the gearset  AN  INDEPENDENT   NEWSPAPER  G. A.  EVANS. EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������PAYABLE IN ADVANCE  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain)..*:.... SI 00  One Year (in the United States)    1.50  Address all communications to  Tiik Gkaxd Forks Sux,  Iioi-IOIR Grand Points, R. C.  OFl'-rCE:   ..COLUMBIA AVENUE AND LAKH'STREET.  FRIDAY, OHTOBER 10, 1019  CANADA   THE   BEST    COUNTY   TO  LIVE IN  You have read and you have not wondered  that many Germans are sick of their* country  and are leaving it to settle in Japan, B.iazil  and the Argentine. The conditions of life in the  German cities and towns have deteriorated,  while in the country districts agriculture is  suffering from lack of labor. In a word, Germans are finding that Germany is a country to  live out of.  The people of Canada  have eno  reason for  being dissatisfied   with  their country and the  part   she   played   in   helping to win the war.  They have no ground   for  despondency   with  'regard   to   the  future.   They   backed   up the  C'>untry with money to win  the war; they can  bo relied on to lend the money to cloxthe right  thing by her returned heroes and  to   put   her  finances on a stable foundation.    They will to  a man put ail they can spare in Victory   loan  1910 to enable Canada to continue to  be the  best country to live in and Canadians to continue to be the happiest and most industrious  people in the world.        ���������'."_,  i wheel and   on   the  | housing are useful, but since they must escape  ; the thief's notice find yet be perfectly plain  j when the'owner calls attention to them, they  j should be placed as inconspicuously as possible and should'be covered with grease.      .,  The British government once blundered by  sending a shipload of sand to the edge of the  Libyan desert for use in building trenches.  The United States government not long ago  did about; as stupid a thing by putting steam  heat into a government building at Hilo,  thirty-two miles from the active volcano at  Kilanea, The Hawaiian climate is so warm  that coal stoves are rarely used even in the  kitchens.  fz  1  s,.fiyes;  Several weeks Of long winter evenings are ahead of us. With t 1  use of artificial light, it 'is a trying time for the eyes. If slight'de  fecti? already exipt, ������������������> dim or unsteady light will greatly aggravate  the situation. This is particularly true among children, whose vi  '.tality and power of resistance is much lower than.growivups. Inflamed lids, styes, headache and watery eyes are almost sure indications of pome sort of, eye/trouble. If your child has trouble with  his eyes, bring him in and let us examine his eyes.   \  JEWELER AND OPTICIAN  GRAND FORKS, B. 6.  London has discovered a new musical sensation. A bandof negro musicians, which calls  itself the Southern Syncopated Orchestra, has  introduced negro songs and melodies to English audiences. Although negro music has  long been familiar in this country, the wistful-  ness of the old plantation songs is attracting  interested comment on the other side of the  Atlantic.  ^  J  Joy riding after midnight will neither reduce the "hi: 'i cost of living nor pay for Victory loan bonds.  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*  VX  er  Complete Home Furnishers  Nineteen billion, two million, seven hundred  and eighty-eight thousand,.one hundred and  twenty-five dollars is the money value of the  security ottered to subscribers to the Victory  loan 1919. That amount represents the national wealth and income of Canada, as estimated by Dr. P. H. Coats, director of the  Dominion bureau of statistics.  Every year goods worth between $17,000,-  000 and $20,000,000 are smuggled across the  Mexican border. Of those that go from the  United States into Mexico a large partis  arms and ammunition. There is also a lively  traffic in stolen automobiles. Cars worth  ���������$2000 sell on the Mexican side of the border  for abeut $600. Dutiable goods are exchano-ed  freely, and opium, morphine, cocaine and  stolen jewelry are smuggled from Mexico into  the United States.  Ten thousand soldiers, unassuming, four-  footed heroes of the battlefield, are now returning to civil life in Europe. Some, only lent  to the army, will go back to their old homes;  some will find new homes or will become police doirs���������one large industrial establishment  has asked for three hundred of them. Those  mutilated by woundt will be cared for by a  society that has promised to give them a home  us long as they shall live. It would be a hardhearted man indeed who should deny a square  meal and a warm bed to one of those faithful  warriors.  In the fiscal year of 1919 the United States  exported $7,000,000,000 worth  of goods���������an  unprecedented achievement.   On   the   whole,  the country exported fewer manufactures than  in preceding years, but almost one-third more  cotton and almost two-thirds  more  food.    It  wonld   be  interesting  to  know whether the  tremendous gain in the export of rye was owing to prohibition or to the demand for rye in  the great  rye-eating  countries of Europe���������  Germany, Russia and the Scandinavian states  ���������which  had  been unable to import  it during the war.    The United States shipped two  and a half times as much as  it shipped the  year before.  ������  "HUP IP  Farmers' Exclian^e  Real  Estate."    Farm Lands  and  Frii.it  Orchards for Sale.  Headquarters for Fresh Ftuits.  Employment'Office.  Bridge   Street,   Next  1$.   C.  Telephone    Office  DEALER IN  POLES  POSTS  RAILROAD  TIES ���������  rami :EorKs.,iranster  DAVIS S HANSEN, Proprietors  City Baggage and General Transfer  G  oai an  oo  Demobilization  costs   money���������prepare  to  buy Victory bonds.  The man who owns an   automobile  should      'Iust because it's   over,   "Over  Tlu>re,;'   we  mark it so that he can identify   it   no   matter nuist  yL*-*   Pa)'   ''over   here."   . Victory   Loan  what attempts are made to change its appear-! l-^-*-1-  anee. Since automobile thieves repaint  stolen!  cars, alter numbers and change parts from one|    landing your money will mean prompt pen-  car to another, identifications marks should be;*'0-1 Payments to the heroes.  placed on all important pnrts of the  median-!    ism. The owner's initials marked with a prick-!    Canada's   Thanksiiivinj>'    offerinu-���������Victory  ] unch on the inside of the axles, on  the   fly-!Loan 1919.  Office at R. F. Petrie's Store  aie  Phone 64  10 OEM! "CASCAFIETS" ] TIME WILL CHANGE       | TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,  FOR LIVER AMD BOWELS! ON OCTOBER 20j HAIR STOPS FALLING  Cure    Sick    Headache,    Constipation,!      Clocks   will   probably l.>n set   back  Biliousness, Sour Stomach   Bad       j all |1O0|.        n,,,,^.,. -jr; * (vr  breath���������Candy Cathartic:. I  on    tluM    j day thr (l(iy!i������lit, >,".vii-ft   law cciisfs to  j o|>i.!i'fit<! in tlie Unit(vl States.   It. i^ re  2?o odds Low bad your li\*f>r, stomach I     ,,  ,. ..    . . ���������       ���������    ,.        ,       .,,        ,  or bowels;  bow much yom- bond aches,   I"1'''1 tllllt t,,l,t! '" ( Mn'uk WI" l"'w,)  amy change on the same day.  liow miserable you arc  from  constipation,   indigestion,  biliousness ana  sluggish bowels���������you always get relief with  Cascarcts.     They    immediately  .cleanse!      Those, vvi-'hiiifj neat si*/n   painiintr  and  regulate  the  stomach,  remove the : to    ornarnt-nt    tlvir   hn.sii.pss pl.-iccp  Eoiir,   fermenting food   and  foul gases;   take the excess bile from tbe liver and  carry off the constipated waste matter  and poison from the intestines anil  bow'da. A ID-cent box from your druggist will ki-i'i* your liver and. bowels j  ch'-i'i*, sio'ii.r-it nwv.l end head clr.'ir for |  iii-'iitb.-*.    TI.i. ������������������  '.vork  ���������,,'iii'- -ou  'i!i-i'j>.      i  i  Save your Hair!    Get a small bottls  of Danderine right now���������Also  stops itching scalp.  Effectiveness of your telephone service  depends upon the co-operation of those  concerned. If the person calling consults  the directory and calls by number, it will  very probably be found that the response  by the operator is prompt and efficient.  If the person called answers without delay, the satisfaction of telephone service  is" then made complete. Consideration  and courtesy are two main points of cooperation.  should  c  returned  ill   on   \V.  Holdier.  V.  O'l 'onnor, a  Sheet.  mil-io, vo  :al    and    instru-  Ineiilui,  Si ore.  i'i     i/Ciuo,  ul    lot;    iSiiii"iu  Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy  ���������hair is 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-  ncss and itching of the scalp, which if  not remedied causes tlie hair roots to  shrink, loosen and die���������then the hair  falls out fast. A little Danderine tonight���������now���������any time���������will surely save  your hair. |  Get   a   small   bottle   of   Knowlton's j  Danderine  from  any  drag store.    You  purely can have beautiful hnir and lots '  of it if yn'������ will ju=-t try a little Dan- '  <>i'iiie.    S: ,������������������������ your hv.ivi    Tr,   it!  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY,  AT YOUR  SERVICE  Modern Ri<rs  and Good  Horses at All  Hours  at  the  Model Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop,  Phone 68 Second Street  GENERAL TRANSFER BUSINESS  AND DEALER  IN  Office!  F. Downey's Agar store  First Street  -Jl THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  PERFECT ATTENDANCE  k  Tlie following pupils of the   Grand  Forks Public School were neither late  nor absent during the month   of  Sep*  .  tern bar:  principal's class.  .Nellie Allan, Orville Baker, Clfford  Brown, Raymond Brown,Clara Brun-  ner, Anna Crosby, Clarence Donaldson. Ruth Eureby, Irene Frankhvitch,  Eunice Hill, Thelma Hutton, Charlotte Luscombe, Janifis Need ham,  B ������yd Nichols, Winnie Ross.  DIVISION II.  Pearl Brau, James -Clark, Herbert  Clark, Laura Hunt,'Clarence Mason,  Alberta MoLeod, Kathleen Mulforn,  Elizabeth Otterbine.Jaines Otterbine,  JoiF'Kyan, Bertie Scott.Hilda Smith,  Joan Smythe, Hazel Walclron, lye  Waidron. ���������  DivrsiON III  Vera Bickerton, Janet Bonthron,  Edith Clay, Gertrude Cook, Harry  C( opir, Francis Crosby, Earl Fitz-  patrck, Ernest Hadden,' Isabella  Irin's1, Jeanette .Kidd, Kenneth Massie  Lillian Mudie. Lome Murray, Louis  O'Kecfr, Earl -Pete.- s -n, Henry Reid,  Louisa Robertson, Margaret Ross,  Stuart Ross, YVirmifred Savage, Ru  pert Sullivan, Ethel Wise-naD.  DIVISION IV.  Arthur Bickerton, Albert Colarch,  Edith Eureby, Edgar Galipe'au,Edith  Mathews, Blanche Mason,, Vivian  McLeod, Marion McKie,Helen Mills,  Lawrence O'Oonnor, Phyllis Smyth,  Fayo Walker.    "  mvision v.  Jessie Allan, Theodore Asimus,  Pauline Baker, Aubnrn Dinsmore,  Antonio De Wilde, Eugene Fitzpatrick,  Margaret Luscombe, Donald McFar-  lane, Donald McKinnon, Francis Otterbine, Mildred Ochampaugh, John  Santario, Robert Shannon, Paulan  Svetlishoff, Bruce Brown,Grace Brau,  Edmund Crosby, Parma Cooper, Herbert Dompier, Wilhelmina DeWilde,  Una Hutton, Dewey Logan, Ena Lid  dicoat, Willie Mola, Walter, Manson,  Glen Murray, Harry Nucich, Alex  McDougall, Bennie Ochampaugh, Jessie Ross, Rnby Savage, Ruth Savage,  Harvey Weber.   '  DIVISION VI.  Mar)* Acres. Walter Asimus, Lin-  don Benson, Eric Clark, Alice Dacre,  Edmund Eureby, Clarence Fowler,  Georgina Grey, -Willie Henniger,  Dorothy Jones, Dorothy Kidd, Del-  berb Fitzpatrick, Annie McOutcheon,  Gordon Massie, Daniel McDougall,  Fred McKie, Frances Molla, Francis  O'Keefe, Lillian Pell, ChiIdo Pisa  oreta, Genes Rossi, Walton Vant,  Edna Wiseman.  DIVISION VII.  Beverly Benson, Nellie Berry, Clan  Ciark, Alice DePorter, Eugene McDougall,-Ethel McKim, Joe Mol la,  Elizabeth Mooyboer, Charles Robert  son, Walter Ronald, Evelina Rossi.  DIVISION  VIII.  Evelyn Colarch, Ernest Crosby,  Patricia Cook, Raymond Dinsmore,  L**o Gowans,-Laura Glanville. Catherine Gowans, Jean Grey, Carl Han  san, Helen Hansen, Ernest Hutton,  Catherine Henniger, Evelyn Innes.  Jean Love, Harold Lowman, Cecelia  ���������Michalec, Lydia Mudie, Elizabeth  McCallum, Violet McDougall, James  McKelvery, Joe Nucich, Gladys  Pearson, Mildred Patteison, Douald  Ross, Louis Santano, Ralph Smith,  Clifford Wekell, Marie Kidd, Edna  Wenzell.  DIVISION IX.  Helen Benin, Earle Bickerton,Rosie  Borelli, Carl Brau, Alice Brooks',  Rosamund Buchan, Angelo Colarch,  Earnest Fitzpatrick, Clarence Hardy,  Ellen Hanson, Charles Harkness,  Recta Hutton, John Kleman, Mar  garet Kleman, Stephen Kleman, Joe  Marchinck, Madeline McDougall,  Ronald McKinnon, Andy Pisacreta,  Mary Pisacreta, Wilhelmina Weber.  END STOMACH TROUBLE,  GASES OR DYSPEPSIA  "Pape's Diapepsin" makes sick, sour,  gassy stomachs surely feel fine  in five minutes.  If what you just ate is souring 01.  your stomach or lies like a lump o."  lead, or you lielch gab and eructate  sour, undigested food, or have a feelim-  of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, iiause:!..  bad taste in mouth and stoniaeh-'nv.'!-  ache, you can get relief in fiv<- minute-'  by neutralizing acidity. Put an end *;..  such stomach distress now by getting n  large fifty-cent case of 'Pape's Diapep.-.in  from any drug star- You realize in  five minutes how needless it is to sufiVr  from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder caused by food fernii'iitatiou  due to excessive acid in stomach  How the  Victory  was  For Trade  Extension  lOEFORE  buying Victory Bonds again you  may want to  know how Canada .used the money you loaned her last  year  Canada borrowed the money to carry on the war and to provide credits for Great Britain and our Allies.  QONSIDERABLY more than one-half of the Victory  Loan 1918 was spent on our soldiers This included  $312,900,000 for paying them feeding them bringing them  home, separation allowances to their dependents, maintenance  of-medical services and vocational training schools  ���������^59,000.000 of the Victory Loan 1918 was paid on account  T    of authorized Soldiers' gratuities  $9,000,000 was spent at Halifax for relief and reconstruction  after th��������������� disastp-r  +  +  +  *+���������  4-  +  Other disbursements were not. strictly speaking, expenditures, but National Re-investments.  To Great Britain for example;  $173,500,000 was loaned for the purchase   of  our  wheat and cereals. ������������������.-...  $9,000,000 for our fish.  $30,000,000 for other Foodstuffs.  $2,900,000 for Canadian built ships  $5,500,000 to pay other British obligations in Canada.  Making in all $220,900,000 advanced to Great Britain.  To our Allies, we loaned $8,200,000 for the purchase of  Canadian foodstuffs, raw material and. manufactured  products.  The Re-investments will be paid back to Canada in due  time, with interest  These credits were absolutely necessary to secure the orders  for Canada because cash purchases were impossible.  They have had the effect of tremendously helping agricultural and industrial workers to tide over the depression that  would have followed the Armistice, had we not made these  credit loans.  As far as money is concerned, 1919 has been, and is still���������  just as much a war year as 1918. Our main expenditures  for war cannot be completed until well on into 1920. Thus  another Victory Loan is necessary���������Get ready to buy.  "Every Dollar Spent in Canada"  Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee  in co-operation with the Minister of Finance  of the Dominion of Canada.  Can't Please Everybody  If you let your wife waste your  money, you are a fool,  Jf you refuse to let your wife waste  your money, you are a brute.  Jf you lose a lot of money, you are  idiotic.  If you make a lot of money, you  are a crook  Jf you are poor, you are no good.  If you are rich, you got it, by rob-  ! bing others.  If you dio, you dissipate.  If you live to a good old age, you  attained it through laziness.  f^g^^M^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^  OBERTSON  KEAL ESTATE  and Financial Agent  Branch OJnec:  Koyal  IJnnk   Hldj������.  GEORGE C. EGG  in c'li'irgo  o  rfVr.  Yale  Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty  A ���������*���������������������: : ���������������������  DON'T HESITATE!  PHONE 101R  FOR FINE PRINTING  ^M^i-f.  rr*nirnrTT~i~i~ir n nmiMiniTriw  FARM   LANDS OUK SPECIALTY  Nelson       GJRAND FOliKS       Trwil  BOOT   REPAIRING  l\ TAKI".   your   mimics   to   Armsoii,  stjon   re  I   I     pniror.     The    Huh.     I.nolt   for  tin-   Hit'  Hnol.  P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor  Y.u.i: IIo*n:r��������� Fik.kt Xti.-kkt ,vjsxn**wvT*VHixztxW'*rFVr?*W���������������''<-*^<. ������������������  THE    SUiY   '.GRAND    FORKS,    B. C.  ijm^^^Mm^^i^^m^i^^^^mis^^^^^^^  My office is in   the r front:.'of   Massie's  Tailor Shop, and I will ibe glad to have  listings of FARM LANDS.   .  market,  If  you are in  the  time to make your listing  this  is  the  ROBERT CAMPBELL  Notary Public  K*j*-*s--gs*g������*B^  News of the City  Michael Schiek, who has been a  prospector in this district for the past  twenty years, 'was found dead in his  cabin near Paulson on Thursday last  by A. F. Michener, who is temporari  ly in charge of the store at Paulson.  Provincial Constable Stanfield was  notified, and went out to the cabin  and brought the body to Cascade,  where an inquest was held. It wss  found that death had resulted from  natural causes. The remains were  buried at Cascade on Saturday.  LIFT OFF CORNS!  Apply few drops then lift sore,  touchy corns off with  fingers  Mrs. B. Lequime, of Boundary  Falls, visited at the home of Mrs.  Leamy in this city for a couple of  days this : "week, ..being.-on her way  home from Spokane.  \  Synopsis of  Doesn't  hurt   a  bit!     Drop   a  little  Pte. Cecil McCailum  has   returned;  from Overseas, and he is   now   on   his'  '.way.from.Toronto to Vancouver.     It:  is expected that he will return to   his   Frcezone on an aching corn,* instantly  home in this  citv   the latter   part of: *M j��������� stops hurting, then you lift  ���������  ���������������������������-." i it right out.    Yes, magic!  next weeic.       _____ i     A tiny 'bottle of Freezone costs but a  - I few cents at any drug store, but is suffi-  JLhe Kettle Valley ditching car was   cient to remove every hard corn, soft  taken up to Lynch creek on YVednes  day, and a.ditch will be dug on the  mountain side of the road. The gravel  taken out of the ditch will be used  for ballasting the roadbed.  corn, or corn between the toes, and the  calluses, -without soreness or irritation.  Frcezone is the sensational discovery  cf a Cincinnati genius.    It is wonderful.  Mrs. Win, Patterson left  on   Monday for a visit to Spokane.  The ftivei'side Nurseries made a  big shipment of nurserv stock to the  Hlocan district this week.  A trainload of Okanagan fruit  passed through the city this week for  prairie points.  Feature British Golumbia  , British visitors to our fruit districts  suggest that our shippers who ship  fruit to the United Kingdom feature  the words "British Columbia" on  every label and stencil, as B C. does  not mean anything to people outside  of Canada.  Monday, October 13, Thanksgiving  day, being a public holiday, the post  oflice will be open from 2 till 3 p m.  only.  Mrs.    Leamy  homo by illness  is   confined   to   her  Fashions Change  "Pa, what is phonetic spellidg?"  "It's a way of spelling that I often  got whipped   for  when   I   was   your  War  Thrift:  Savings   Stamps   Promote  P. B. Freeland, resident mining  fmigneor, returned to the city on  Tuesday.  No. of API'l'cation 8771D  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Notice Under Seetiuh 3(5.  L. C. Odd I,    of   Christina  was in the city on Monday.  Lake,  Joe McDonald, a pioneer of Grand  Forks, arrived in the city from the  coast on Wednesday for a couple of  weeks' vacation. He is now working  Vancouver  ��������� {  Canadian  business   needs   another  Victory loan.  THERE IS ONLY  GENUINE ASPIRIN  Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross"  are Aspirin���������No others 1  If you don't see the "Bayer Cross"  on the tablets, refuse them���������they aro  not Aspirin at all.  Your druggist gladly will give you tho  genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin'' because genuine Aspirin now is made by  Canadians and owned by a Canadian  Company.  There is not a cent's worth of German  interest in Aspirin, nil rights being purchased   from   the   U.  S.   Government.  During the war, acid imitations were  sold as Aspirin in pill boxes and various  other containers. But now you can get  genuine Aspirin, plainly stamped with  the safety "Bayer 'Cross,"���������Aspirin  proved safe by millions for Headache,  Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Colds^ Neuritis, and Pain generally.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger "flayer"  packages".  Aspirin is the trade m:*rk (registered  in Canada), of Bayer Mariufn''ture of  Monoaceliciicidcstir cf  !'r.li'.y!:^ .u.'i'l.  TAKE NOTICE that an upvlicntion  hns been  made to register Fred \V. Russell as the  owiilt iu Fee-simple under a Tax Sale Died  from the Collector of the Citj- of -I'raiid  Forks, to Kreil tV. Ku.-se 1, b-.aring date INtli  day of October, A.D. WIS, i" pursuance ol a  Tax Halo held by s-aid Munieipnlity on or about  the iitli (lily of September, 1U17, of all and singular certain parcel or tract ~of land and  premises situate. !yin������-, and bein^-in the City  of Crund Forks, in the Province of 1'ritis.h  Columbia, mor.- particularly known and described  us:���������Lot 6, Ulock 1, Map 23.  You and those claimiiijr through or under  you, and all persons cia:miii}j any intercut in  the said land by descent whose title is not  registered under the provisions of the "Land  Registry Act'' aro required to contest the  claim of Hie tax purchaser within 15 days  of the service of Irs notice upon you. Otherwise you and each of you will be for ever  estopped ami debarred from setting up any  claim to or in respect of the sf.id bind, and  J shall tejiiste.i the said Fred W. Russet as  owner in feo.  Your attention is called to S'otioii "!'"> of the  "Land h'egi.stry Aec ' apd ainendnienis, and  especial!" to the following i-xtrnct therefrom  which relates to the iiliine notice: -  "And in ilc'aull of a caveat of certificate of  lis pendens being filed before ilic registration  a owner of she perse u enlilhd undor saeh tax  sale, all persons so served w tli notice. >.r  served with notice iimlersiili'ocihiii ((i) of section IS.')oft (; ".Municipal I'l.inscs Ael. ItK'ti,"  or sechon 2i).'i of liii-".'1 unieipnl Act." or s i;-  tioii V.'.'.i of ti.c "AssCMsrnont Ac!, j".'("l," or s(;e-  tion ".'"ill of the " axatiou Act,'in eases in  which notice under "his Act isilisp.;n-cd with  as hereiiiiiltcr provided, and those claiming  through or under tht in. and nil persons el ���������im-  ing .'my interest in the land by virtue ol air-  unregistered ins'riiineiit, .and all persons  claiming any intores: in tbe land by de-cent  whose uitle is not registered niiclor the provisions of this A( t, shall be for ever estopped  and duhiirrcr.1 from setting ii|) any claim to or  in respei.-t (>f the land so sold for taxes."  Dated al ihe I.ami Registry Uflieo. Hi Hie  City of Kiiniloojis, Province; of Itrilisli Columbia, this 1th i|. y of August, A.I)  P.U8.  C !���������'. Hb'Mt.Mi.  ToTnUi T.-tnalta.  I'istrict Registrar.  THIS WEEK  Modern Home, v/itls.  large garden ������?im1 bearing i'ruit trees. Two  minutes from Public  School.  A SNAP *H  <3  1\  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to ?5 an 'acre; second-class to  I2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be grranted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is- lyjn-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pro-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  claims. ���������'   '.. j    ���������  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements' to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.'  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to mukc improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than -5 years, and improvements  of 510.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years'are required.  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, pro-  . vided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.. t - '  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 610 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industpial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'       FREE       GRANTS,  ACT. .'".."  The scope of this Act is enlarged to  include all persons joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within whic-h the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from for one year from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after'the conclusion of the present  war. This, privilege .is also made retroactive.  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918.  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  4, 1914, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  town or cRy lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 31. 1920.  SUB-PURCHASERS   OF   CROWN  LANDS.  Provision made for issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes may  be distributed proportionately over  whole area. Applications must be  made by May 1, 1920.  GRAZING.  Crazing Act. 1919, for systematic  development of livestock industry provides for grazing districts and range  administration under Commissioner. -^  Ann::rU grazing permits issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range management. Free, or partially free, permits  for wetiiers, campers or travellers, up  io ten head.  Everything that can please .and-charm your friend.  Before"going elsewhere, give us a call and inspect  our stock.  "Quality Jewellers"  Bridge Street, - Next Door B; C Telephone Office  Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty  Vww  F.O.B. Potato Prices  Marpole, BC, per ton $27.00  OUanagan.  B C.,per ton    2S 00  Ktimloops, B 0. ,per ton, for 11  lb"..Bucks.'  30.00  Ashcmft, B.C., per ton.........  32 00  Onion, for 2 in.  and  over, per  ton ..........  . 65.00  Job'Printing at The Sun office at  practically, the same prices as before  the-big. war started.  ne oaaoen jt-anc  18-Acrc Ranch About Three  Miles O.ut, in Best Locality.  Good Dwellings, and Under  Cultivation  Enslaved  They had been engaged a week.  "Do you beiieve in dreams?'' the  young man asked.  "Sure," she replied.  "Well, I had an awful one last  night.   I dreamed of a coffin   and"���������  "Oh, Jini." she exclaimed, ''that's  a sign that vou are going to he married' "  The young man looked tit her in  binvrdei inent  ���������Tf that's the <:>isa."he responded  gallantly, "I wish I would, dream it  a dozen times."  " I think vou're mean,"  '���������liiiiurd, "I'd like to know  I'iirth you   wiuild   do    with  .   I h>-t vou couldn't manage one  Vi'tirsi'lf "  .sin-    ex  'iat   on  i   dozen  w  ���������1 VI  !>V  ^^m^-ws^^mii  i/^:  i   -'"'*;       IS 1 l*r**A,-v-J!^���������r*,4; ffk  '?  ������������������-..  13  i<awt>  -^> Jn-aji-J  Real Estate ajiicl I  J.l!f>iH'iiil���������"j  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture  Made   to  Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neath*    !)'.  R. 0. MoCUTCHEON  WhNMPEG AVBKUP  You can not reach The Sun's  numerous readers except through  its advertising columns.  IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,  FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED  Look,  Mother!    If tongue  is coated,  cleanse little bowels with "California Syrup of Figs."  Mothers can rest easy after giving  "California Syrup of Figs," because in  a few hours all the clogged-up waste,  sour bile and' fermenting food gently  moves out of the bowels, and you have  a well, playful child again.  Sick children needn't be coaxed to  take this harmless "fruit laxative."  Millions of mothers keep it handy because .they know its action 'on the stomach, liver and bowels is prompt and sure.  Ask your druggist for a bottle^ of  "California Syrup of Figs," which contains directions for babies, children of.  all ages and for grown-ups.  We. have been instruc*}ad to dispose  of'.the''Hadden Ranch to satisfy a  mortgage. This property comprises  18 acres of splendid land,now under  cultivation, and in the   best locality.  4 acres are under Alfalfa.now cropping heavily. There are 40 Fruit.Trees  now bearing; there is a large bed of  Asparagus, also 'Small Fruits, Rhubarb, etc.  The Dwelling is a good one There  is a large Root Cellar; also plenty of  Outl uildings, etc  This property is easily worth  85,000; but is being offerd at S3,G00,  and with only SI,000 cash down.  udli W. Robertson  REAL ESTATE  Head Office     -       -     Nelson, B. C.  GEO. C. EGG  Mana&erBriinchOflicCjGraiitl Forks  Farm Lands and   Improved   Ranches  Our Specialty;  inpnniiiiiniiRiiM  SOMETHING NEW!  ���������*BB-gCi*,*"i*>~**S'"������*'^^  3  I Frantzen s Society Orchestra 1  ikes "His Maker's Voice" Records  m  3  Another good one added to those tvho furnish the best dance music     g  on "His ^Caster's %)oice'' Records.    {By way I  of introduction they play:��������� |  "Sweet Siamese"���������Fox Trot���������and��������� a  "He's Had No Levin' for a Long, Lon? Time"���������  Medley One-Step     Frantzen's Society Orchestra  Other new "Hh Master'a Voice" dance Records:���������  "The Uoyal Vagabond"���������Medley Fox Trot  "Canary"���������Medley Fox-Trot  Played by Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra  "You'll   Find   Old   Dixieland  In  France"���������Medley  Fox Trot���������       Played by Pietro on his accordion  "Juj?t Blue"���������Fox Trot���������Played by the All Star Trio  "Dear Old Pal of Mine"���������Waltz���������anJ���������  ���������'When You Look in the Heart of n Rose "Waltz  Both played by Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra  18546  18541  18547  18543  ������iiT*!nnn3ii]-'i;nn^  THE SINGK&-MUSIC STOKE  1021  :!!iiii;iii!iiii!iiiii!iuiiiii!n;ii:iiiiiiiniiini:nis  1L WEBEK, Prop.


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