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The Grand Forks Sun and Kettle Valley Orchardist Oct 15, 1920

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 9!^^S^^^!^^^^S^U^^3^^^!^!!!^^B!Ssaiai:  \SSSS!iSi^S^!^S^!Sfi  -    i  SE$^^^*$B"^  ���������i-a-itoBW**1^*^,  i"   ���������.   *-������* (j.  ������!iH><> *������>  Kettle VaSley Orch^rdist  I0TH YEAR���������No  51  GRAND FORKS   B   C., FRIDAY,   OCTOBER15, .1920  "Toll me what yqu Know'is true:  I can guess us well as you."  $1.00 PER YEAR  ii  ] , lion the tiocumul-ited forces of evil,  h i) bootlegger, the "-"tiller" and the  drue smuggler wouhi thrive. ���������'Thi-s  was apparent tint only in th" experience of nearly four yearp of par-  tial prohibition, but by lhe experience of "done- dry" adjoining sinti"*.'  The cause for this condition, paid  Knv. Mr' Perrin, lav in thp fact l'm<  th*' prnhibitiniisis were overlooking  the funiliiMii'dlal and psychological  far,t of huni-in nature���������-1h������jr '"evil h  a-'iiN-r! ii, man ImiiP'-lf uad not "in  Is    Rcsbl'ict'od if-'POSHl"'.-".-." ni"ill'-i <<r m.-ileria)   Evil n  That Is Modern tion--Prohibition  Liberty,*   Says   Rev.   F  Pcrrin, of Vancouver  * Prohibition would seem to .ex  press- a doubt, of the Heavenly  Fith t, a doub', of bis poA'er and of  Iiik love. That m why 1 fear prohi  ,, bition and favor moderation Gocl  knows us, knows what is in man,  and lias never been*afraicl of giving  his children their freedom. Despite  what* has been said for it, in my  view prohibi'ion will mean that  ���������public: morality will be poisoned  with secret corruptions. Man is not  'raised' if he is handcuffed and re-  'strioted. That is not life. He is  raided when given his liberty and  ���������the God given power to usp all crea  tures. Neither prohibitioti^or moderation will produce entire sobriety,  because man must first be master of  himself before evil can be conquered,  and man can never be master of  himself unless he enjoys his liberty  and freedom."  These were the outstanding views  expressed by Rev. F. E. Perrin, rector of St. Martin's Anglican church,  North Lonsdale, before a capacity  audience at Orange hall Tuesday  night, according to the" Vancouver  Province's report of the meeting. It  was essentially a moderation meet  ing, other speakers being J. H. Sen-  kler, K.C., Mrs. A. ..B. Harris, Lieut.  Greig and "Padd",;" Sullivan. Major  A. E Snyder presided and themili-  t.ry choir of returned soldiers opened the proceedinas with selections  which were greatly appreciated.  In clerical garb, Mr. Perrin admitted that he felt somewhat lonely,  as regards his appearance in tbe  absence of his brethren. His decided  statements in favor of the modera-  tion issue was given, he said, in the  hope that between theardent modem  tionist and the radical prohibitionist  present   at   the   meeting, his words  sP!io-d in i be human will and heart"  The 'prohibitionist a thick upnn  I'q'.ior, iherefnifj. In- regarded as a  mistake No commanding militarist  would duect an rttack against an  inanimate gun.  "It in the man behind the eun  who is to be,reckoned witn,for if the  man. escapes he will soon manufacture another weapon."  This was the fundamental -and  psychological mistake of the. pronU  bitionists, tbe speaker continued,  and" notwithstanding what archbishops and others had said in its  favor, probibi.ion was doomed to  failure, and to bring evil results upon the land.  Moderation, in its party principles,calculated to to recognize man's  rights and at the same time to curtail the field of operation in liquor  on behalf of the weaker brother���������  just as the bootlegger recognizes the  weakness of the prohibition proposals and supports them for his selfish ends.  Christianity's work of making  man master of himself had been  slow, said the Fpeaker, aod the fanatics were getting impatient of delay." But God's work had always  been slow, and the despite the fanatics and pessimists, the world   was | ing tho physician a   lawbreaker  also.  ish Columbia   Itinerary  Incl udes Four Meet\ v  in This Constituency  j would be declared ultra   vires of the  j legislature that passed it.  j     Mrs. A. B. Harris termed t.li!) Prohibition ant a farce and a joke, it was  not fair of the prohibitionists to state  that they had the women's-vote, she  ��������� said,    as   more   than 8000  women's  | mimes were attached to hist year's pc-  Prcmier 'Mcighen's   Bvlt-,lirio" .to .tho  provincial  government.  "Citing from ..inland rovonne returns  for the last three years,   which    she  Incl udes Four Mee t.i ngs; Klli>';|l������ lx'-i(J welt" "Hiuia'i, M is Han-is  'said that in 1918 the department  found 13 stills and obtained 111 convictions. In 19,19 tTiere lul stills  and ISO,convictions, and in 1920 to  date there had been 992 stills and  676 ccmviotions during the working  of the Prohibition act Vancouver  police records showed 15 10 '���������drunks'''  under the "wet" condition in "1.916  and 1955 during the first 9 mouths  under "dry" regime. A similar 75  per cent increase was to he found  'in the number of drug cases handled  by the local police, she said.  Lieut Greig declared the Prohibition act illegal since it became  effective, as he claimed the soldier  majority was against it, but the  government decided the soldier was  too busy iu Flanders to have given  the itsue reasonable consideration.  Prom an average of 375 patients in  New Westminster asylum since 1917,  the number for the year 1919 had  increased to.574. The statements of  the prohibitionists that "dry" conditions emptied jails and asylums  could not be reconciled with this  condition, aifd the speaker expressed  doubt as to how many were there as  a result of Jamaica giuger^ over indulgence "and 'similar- decoctions  sold by, so-called    prohibition    deai-  Ol'awa, Oct. 8:���������A ooriinn of  Premier Meigheu's western itinernry  was jjiven out las*, evening : After  opening his tour with a sp'-'-'eb. at  Winnipeg on October IS, he will  travel west, speaking in Moose Jaw  Tuesday, October 19. From there-he  will jump to Vanconver, whp_re he  will address a meeting on Friday,  October 22. The other British Col  umbia dates are: -  Victoria, Siturday, October 23;  Chilliwack, Monday afternoon, Oc  to her 25; Grand Forks, Tuesday, 'October 26; Penticton, Wednesday,  October 27; Kelowna, Thursday  afternoon, October 28; Vernon,  Thursday evening, October 28;. Kum  loops, Friday, October 29. He will  speak at Calgary on Tuesday, November 2.    ���������  Four of the meetings which will  be addressed- by the prime minister  take, place in the constituency of  Yale.where .a by-election, necessitated by the resignation of Plon.  Martin Burrell, takes place shortly.  These meetings will be--held at  Grand Forks, Penticton, Kelowna  and Vernon:  fast becoming a'better place.  Utopian reform'methods, be continued, lay along the roadside of  the ages, broken twisted and discarded. But the gospel and freedom  never failed- and still Ptood firm.  The radicals might voice their im������  patience by 'putting forward a pa  tent American prohibition, but  God's freedom and gospel would  still stand paramount to all. Chiist  was man's example He lived his life  on earth as butnans must live it,  meeting all the rocks which man  encountered,, and- yet no scar or  wound ever marred his earthly life.  It must not be forgotten that Jesus  was tempted but never fell.  He tri-  might reach those neutral persons j umphed by bis obedience to God's  between the two seeking honest j rule manifested in law. He was first  light as to their proper course of ac-j master of himself and therefor master  tion on the issue.  To choose for moderation and  liberty or to give up the Briton's  liberty and vote for prohibition was  no easy thing to decide, according  to the lignts of the prejudicial parti-  of everything that God had given him  in the world around him.  Rov. Mr. Perrin compared lifowith  a great   workshop   full   of powerful  The Prohibition act favored the rich  and disregarded the needs of the  pooror men. He personally knew of  twenty local men each owning, "cellars" containing more than 85000  worth of liquor.  "I am a poor man, and can't afford  that, so I have none, and I'm jealous.  That's the effect of the Prohibition  act,'" he added.  Above all, under the government  control plan, he continued", a man  could retain his self respect and not  feePthat he was being treated like a  kindergarten youngster. Pie deplored  the fact that insult and abuso were  employed by the opponents of mader-  tion, and that good judges, representing the highest forms of British juris  prudde-nce, were not immune from attack, even though they were powerless, by virtue of-their oilice, to in  voke the aid of the press or platform  in their osvn defense.  'I  ers."  In the last campaign, added the  speaker, there wore prominent local  leaders in commerce who gave liberally to "the prohibition campaign  necessities. They were not to be  found on the same lists this year���������  perhaps because the low had stepped  in and stopped them selling their  deeoctions as heretofore.  No greater death knell to a pie  biscite could be found than public  apathy, continued the speaker, who  warned against apathy while "the  other fellow" was continually hard at  work.  Lieut. Greig deplored the fact that  a prohibition leader had found it  necessary to state that no good woman would vote for government control.   "Poor stuff!" ho oommented.  "Paddy" Sullivan, one of Van  couver's old timers, in the closing  address, vigorously denounced the  Prohibition act.  Corporation's Real Estate  Signed Up lor the Irrigation Project���������Values  Not to Be Increased  Not a Real Emergency  An eldderly Scotchwoman was   arrested ono day for stealing from a department store, says Col. G  T. Deni-  son   iu   an   article in   the Canadian  When   the   court   opened  ���������The, mayor and all tbe aldermen  were present at the regular meeting  of the city council on Monday* evening.  " Fred Clark addressed tbe council  on behalf of the irrigation committee, and asked the city to sign* up  .for'the live-acre Newsom lot in the  Ruckle addition and for other parcels of land throughout the oiu,  amounting to about 75 acres. The  proper officers of tbe city were instructed to sign  the petition.  The clerk was instructed to take  steps to get in touch with owners of  lots iu tbe irrigation zone and effect  the transfer of lots in tha residential  section where such transfer won It!  assist in squaring out the acreagelor  irrigation purposes.  A discussion on the value of bind  after tbe irrigation system is installed, and as to whether or i.nt ii  would be advisable to raise the assessment after the water is put on  the land, took place. The couuci:  wept on record as not being iu favor  of increaiing the assessment.  The teuder of the City Cartage  company for 25 tons of coaf for th-1  city offices at $12.50 per ton was  accepted.  . The   chairman   of the   board   of  works' reported that he was receiving  waste material from the Rock Cauoy  mine for patching the grade on Win  nipeg avenue.  Tue clerk was instructed to uke  up with LI. W. Robertson, of Nelson, tbe matter of acquiring a right  of. way from' the corner of Pc-H's  properly in West Grand Forks to  thc junction of Government avenue  and the V. V. & E. right of way  near Weston as a thoroughfare  thiough the city in connection with  the trausprovincial highway.  About a dozen lots in the .North  Pork addition were sold at ������25 per  Jot.  The past month's accounts were  ordered to be paid.  The bylaw confirming the sale of  tax sale lots was reconsidered and  finally passep.-  The delegates lo convention of the  Union of British Columbia Muuici  palilies made their report.  A  .No Free List  traveling  entertainer, says tin  In till things pertaining to advanced  complex   and    dangerous     machines j civilization, moderation was the   pre-  which must be handled carefully and! vailing and   growing   spirit today as  san of either side. lhe   true   Chris-  obediently to cardinal rules. AlMife's j the result of edticati^, and   exanm  t.an.he   added     would, weigh   the; wounds were from the misuse  of   ma-   Bootleggers and criminal of their ilk   Ml Hue  r.twLio8u-SoT  "i^.^������"i"G^,70rk',,������P- '^^-hi-   behind the opponents of   government' "S morning  the   matron   fou,*,d . . -  What ������a thought best. 1 rohibitlon , b.t.onist says "Throw oil the bellhop,1 control were not there from hi-di mo- tho husband waking outside, and .s|���������!|.ArS������','lUt' "'" ^ ',rou'J ������->^*-  restricted liberty beyond shadow of; themachine, throw it out; it is dan-!tive but that they mi-d.t thrive fron, lfulvisti'1 I'ini to sectu'c a lawyer for his! inS a SUHui������������ Stradivarius violin,and  doubt,   while   moderation    allowed  gerous, dest.oy it."  Yet the example' the harvet of de-r   1 t'     tl   t'      1   'wifc' ' I"0   i,,foni,wl    l,,e   ^''tor of the local  liberty but restricted the field in of Jesus was that he Wont humbly I surely follow in U,e wake'of 'a ������Z o'eunnnS t^" *" ^^ "* \ '"'"''.'f- "'0 ^ '" W,,ich ho ������'lV������  which liberty is exercised.    .Neither; into tho workshop and used  tho   most'dry" condition said the sneaker " '    * I ������''^ ������.i* concerts.   Buttlu-roport   of  one of the two issues, in the opinion,'deadly and powerful machine   in   the |     Mr.  Henklet"' also   questioned the  "boned.iy" proposition upon   technical legal points. Ho did  not   believe  that Canada would   recognize   in the  highest courts any act passed   to   de  prive, restrict or abolish   tho  ancient  "\otir wife told me you   had   over  .. ��������� ���������, , .  ������������������       i      iiin      ���������    .i    i     i   ii tno concert the next morn iu-'(id   not  two hundred dollars in the bank."       > ��������� ������"u   ������*������������������'  "On, ay, 1 ken that, but   that   was : "ie"^"J" the Stradivariiis   violin, and  saved up "for an emairgency." j tfjt=j   entertainer  hastened   to tell tho    ; editor of his disappointment.  'If old   Stradivarius   expects   any  the  of til  of the speaker, would   produce   the, shop, alcohoi, using it himself ai  God  Utopia. Therefore none should quar ' intended it to be used,  rel   over   the   problem, but   apply j     Mr. .Senkler declared that  prohibi-  Christian   principles   of   right   and   tion had brought about a tremendous  reas0Dl .amount of misdemeanor law-breakin".  It was understood that   thc   pro- [ He admitted that despite   honest de  hibitiouists   intended,   as   sooh as'sires ho had felt  like "thirty  cents"  l asupposui ailment,nmk  .lawyer   that   any   "bone  dry'     act   odiQer in (.iieenwood riding. at Si per year.  Those wishing neat sign   painting'  to   ornament   their   business places adverti.-in  .  .- ,     . , should call   on  W    i'.  O'Connor, a' paper," the editor replied,   "he   wi  pnv.reges  and    rights   guaranteed to   murnwJ ,;oklk., ���������        lfln ^ a ,.,,��������� ^      ',  tno   people   under the British North   the returning Hm8  THE    SUJN,    GRAND    FORES,  (Hit? (&tmh $#tk& #ttn  AN  INDEPENDENT  NEWSPAPER  G. A.  EVANS. EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER  reasonable  price'without  making a criminal  out of himself.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES���������PAYABLE IN.ADVANCE  * - *,  One Year (in Canada and Great Britain),....;.........SI.00  One Year (in the United States)     1.50  Addreis: t; " "*-*��������� ications to  Tim GitAND Fohks Su.v,  PlIONJ" 101 R Grand Fouks, B. C.  01-TICE:    CObO'iMHIA AVExXUI* AND LAKH STREET.  "Bone dry" will be meaningless until the  manufacture of liquor is stopped the-.world  over. Then, if all thc moonshiners are hanged,  the phrase would have some meaning.  ���������  l^RIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920  There are few things Nil   this   world which  are hermful if used in moderation. It is  only  when they are indulged   in   to   excess   that  they become  a  curse, and in this respect the  good   things   suffer    equally ^ with the bad.  Whisky is denounced as a,curse to mankind,  yet when it is used in moderation is an excel-.  lent stimuleut to the man who has to  has  to  battle with  the  inclement  elements, and  its  medicinal qualities are well known. But when  it is used to excess there is no doubt of its injurious effects. Christ made wine. He is a very  weak Christian who believes.that the Man of  Sorrows made anything not absolutely useful to  the human race. Marriage is usually.accounted  the most sacred institution of our present-day  civilization, yet   if the people were to marry,  get divorced and remarry ad libitum the habit  would be infinitely worse thin consuming too  much liquor at a single sitting.    But although  r.his practice is in   vogue in certain parts  of  the world, and agitation for the abolishment  of marriage has r>ot yet been started.  How completely we have lost the arts of  seamanship as it was practiced in days of  square-rigged ships and hemp cables! The  British admiralty, which has undertaken to  restore the Victory, Nelson's flagship, can find  carcely a man in all the navy who knows  enough about handling a marlinspike to work  eyes and splices in the six-in-ch manila cables  that are to form part of her standing rigging.  Sailors who have been in'the service for forty  years, however competent they may be to  handle wire cables, leave enough "Irish pennants" in manila to disgrace"forever a "bos'n"  of the old days.  mmmsimmBgsatmm  ^An Austrian statesman who knew everything that went on during the fateful July of  1914 has an ..interesting explanation to offer  for the ontbreak of the war. "It wt?s the telephone," he says. "Its workings- with Berlin  and St. Petersburg ruined us. Instead of writing old-fashioned notes, which would have  givenus time',to., think, we telephoned���������and  lost our heads." Haste is destructive everywhere. In diplomacy its effects are perhaps  more often fatal than anywhere else.  OPEN   YOUR   EYES TO  THE.FAGT  that, wo examine your eyes carefully  and prescribe for you tho. correct  lenses to suit your vision without a  strain on your optic nerves.  OPTOMETRISTS  \Vh understand the human eye.  Con  se(|uently   we  can  adjust   the   right  glasses te the sight of old and . young  J. C. TAYLOR  Jeweller and Optician  SUCCESSOR UO A. I). MORRISON  SELL  CATTLE RANCHES  FARM LANDS  ORCHARD HOMES  '*    AND.   V.  **-���������       FIRE INSURANCE  Phonp7'. Box515  GRAND FORKS, B.C,  Hugh W. Robertson nt Nclson,B.C.  Geo. C. Egg at Grand  Forks, B. C.  GRAND FORKS  Transfer Company  DAVIS S HANSEN, Props  It is not easy to see why the supporters  of  that legislative monstrosity, the present Prohibition act, should be so bigotted  as  to  imagine that The Sun does not favor real temperance, consistent with a reasonable  amount  of personal liberty.. The Sun proprietor voted  forche Act as a war measure and-as  a means  of eliminating the public bar, and he has since  lived up to the spirit of the law better than 95  percent of the pyople who are   now  howling  for its endorsement by the  British Columbia  derate. We wish to make this point perfectly  clear. In both of the  objects just  mentioned  the Act has served its purpose. But it.has not  promoted temperance, and for this reason it is  now time that it should be shelved and something else tried. It has, however,   been fruitful and in creating criminals, bootleggers and  hypocrites. God has made no lower being than  a hypocrite. According to all the  religions of  the world he is* doomed to   the  severest   tor.  tures of hell after death.  The fact that in the United States there are  on an average five fires in schools every day  indicates that a great many people need to be  taught so forcefully that they will never forget it that certain kinds of carlessness actually  are criminal. But, besides striving to lower the  number of such fires, every community should  be absolutely sure that its own school houses  are so designed an^^^^^  a fire, does  occur, can convert any of  them  into a death trap. '.'���������'���������'  NEW HARNESS SHOP  I have opened a new harness shop and am - prepared  to make harness to order  and do all kiuds of repair  work.- Shop equipped with  modern machinery. All work  guaranteed:  C. A. Crawford  Near Telephone Office  City Bag������a������c and General  .Transfer  Coal,   Wood  and, Ice  for Sale  C. V. Meggitt  Real Estate and Insurance  Office   at   R.   F.   Petrie's  Store  Phone 64  Yale  Barber Shop  Razor Honing a Specialty  A haif holiday on the farm seems incredible-  but it is 'true. Middlesex couuty, Ontario, is  the place and Wednesday the day. The  United Farmers' organization brought it about  by-agreement among the members. Every  Wednesday afternoon the farmers, their hired  men, their sons and daughters and wives take  a haif day off and spend it as they please���������at  a.picnic, the,."movies," in hunting or fishing  or a ball game. There is already a baseball  league in the organization.  ORCHARDS,  FARM. LANDS.  AND CITY  1      PROPERTY  Excellent faellitios for selling your farms  We have agents at all Coast and Prairie  Points  WE CARKY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.  DEALER IN POLES, POSTS AND TIES,  AND FARM PRODUCE  Reliable information regarding this district  eheerfully furnished.- We solicit your, enquiries.  P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor  Yale Hotel, First Street  Plebiscites, as well as politics, make strange  bed-fellows. On Wednesday next the probability is that the bootleggers and a majority of  the ministers of. the gospel and the temperance people will all-vote for the present Prohibition act.  Among the many new kinds of money that  have come as a result of the war light, clean,  inexpensive porcelain coins, if experiments in  making them are so successful as to warrant a  large issue, will be perhaps the most ponvon-  ient. A porcelain factory at Dresdan, at the  suggestion of the ministry of finance, is investigating methorJs of making large quantities of  two-mark and five-mark "chinas."  One of the provisions of the new Elections  act is that a person must vote or his name will  be stricken off the voters' list. If you do not  cast your ballot on the prohibition referendum  you can not vote in the next provincial election.  Government control of the liquor traflic  will put the bootlegger out of business. That  js why he will votelbr the jpresent Prohibition  act. And a great many avowed temperance  people, who have made "easy^money" since the  act came into force, will vote for it for the  same reason.  The  .Dutch   wine  merchant,   Henri Naun  dorff, who represents himself to be a descend  ant of Louis XVI, Marie   Antoinette's son, is  the latest of a long list of historical pretenders  who have furnished plots for innumerable his  torical romances.  He has submitted to Presi  dent   Wilson   his  claims   to   the   "throne of*  France" and has demanded and immediate re  ply. Koyal pretenders are a fascinating theme  for story-tellers. In years to come what tales  will be written about the descendants of the  royal  families   that  the great war has overthrown! In the fall of the Hapsburgs and the  Tlohenzollerns, the mysterious and tragic doom  of the Romanoffs, the extraordinary careers of  political meteors like Kerensky, recent years  have stored up such a treasure of polit-'ctfl romance   as   few  periods  in the history of the  Of all present-day Sewing Machines.  Why buj? 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  cTVliller C& Gardner  Complete Home Furnishers  Supposing you went up to speak to a  man you did not know, and you blurted  out "Hello!'' tie would doubtless look in  wonderment at you, and then he would  ask, "Who are you?" Then you would  apologize for not introducing yourself.  It's about the same thing when you say  "Hello" when answering a telephone call.  The person you are speaking does not  know who is at tho other end of the  phone, aud naturally he questions who is  speaking.  Don't say "Hello." Introduce yourself  first thing.  Government^ control- will  give the man of:world can equal.  moderate means who may  need  a  stimulent!    or liquor for medicinal purposes a  chance toj    Your humility ceases  to   be  a  virtue the  secure a sealed package  of,pure  goods  at a'moment you begin to plume yourself on it.  BRITISH COLUMBIA THE    SUM,    GKAND    FORKS,    B.C.  In!  A M Johnson,of Pasco, a former  Uossl-inder, who siill lias interests  in this city, who wii.-s here this week,  departed for Pasco Thursday morn-  injl. says* the Rns.������lnnd Miner.  Mr Johnson is interested in the  Molly Gihsoo mine at Paulson, and  wa'j out to the property while   here.  THE BEST SPREAD  FOR BREAD  is our froili, pure, high grade creamery  butter which we reecho direct from  the churns. Good butter like ours is  wholesome for the children and it  will do them good to eat a lob of it.  Our butter comes in prints or tubs.  Order a supply.  CUKLEW -CHEAMERY  CO.,  MMITIil)  GRAND' F0RKS,*B. C.  ��������� ���������   .  1*1 p says the prospects nf the mine  developing into a aood one are ' v.Vy  bright; that the workmen there have  encountered sei*en feet of the finest  kind of ore in the old shafl, nnd  that this w II be sunk snflkii'en'ly  deep to connect with the tunnel already driven into lhe mountain a  distance of over 2D0 feet.  Sonic iiin.ii h"- a sin (he Mo[ly fiili-  son shippf-d several carloads o1 ore  tn lhe sfri'"l"ji" at i'ruil, from which  excellent values were obtained.  The niitje is o\v:ied   and   operated  principally by Ur >���������������������������.>��������� land   sharehokl  ers, a numher of Trail   citizens  also  being interested  TEMPERANCE PLEBISCITE ACT  PROCLAMATION OF RETURNING OFFICER  Province of ]{rUi.sii'Co'i:mI>i;i, in   (lie  (ii-;iml   Forks  Kleclornl   District.  ToM'il:  PUBLIC NOTLCK is hereby given to the Kle.ctors of the Electoral District aforesaid, that L have, received His Majesty's Writ to mo directed, and  bearing date, the Twentieth of September. 1SJ20, commanding me to cause  the following (nio-'tion, namely:���������  WHICH DO YOU I'KHt'KK?  1. Tins jueseat "Prohibition Act"?  2. An Act to provide for .Government" Control anil Sale in .'Scaled  Pacl������i������es of Spirituous niul Malt Liquors?  to b-i sub.niccud according' to liuv to the IClecr.ors qua1 ifir'fJ to vote fur the  election of a member of the Legislative Assembly for 'lhe Electoral'District  iiforcsiid; awl. furrhe.i" that in obedience to tin- siud Writ a poll shall be  opened <i.r. eight o'ul >uk in the for -mion'iind shall he closed iir, .;(.,veu o'clock  in the afternoon mi Wednesday, the Twentieth dn\ of Oet.ihH-, 1 'J"20, for  cal;in<; mid ref-iivin..' the voces of the said Electors in i;a.;li po'iing division  of ; he Electoral  riisii icl afm-CMiid al the  respective place* I'ijIIow iiiu :���������' , .���������  " "       VOUASG DIVISIONS. " jf  IJrown Creek Fife Grand Forks ..Phoenix 11  Cascade (.i'ouccsiiT Paulson |[  Of which al] persons are hereby   required   to   take   notice   and   to��������� ������ih'itii | f  BUY "DIAMOND DYES''  DON'T RISK MATER'AL  Kanli package of "Diamond Dyes" contains directions so simple that any  woman can che any material withoiifc  streaking, fading or'running. Dniggist  has color card���������Take no other dye!   *  Job Printing at The Sun office at  practically the same prices as befor ���������  the bin war.  the.m-Ol vei iii-eonling: v  (Jl V ION under my h-uid ar.'Onind Forks. Ii C  her. 1920. ' "- -  RO������HP.T CAMPBELL, Kctiii-Mmg Oflicer.  ,   ,., ���������  :,y ,  -       , V.   ���������       ���������;& Has kept you from the  . .  tins "ioth iTav'oi"   Septem. i|   - ji ��������� ���������   j    i     k  dental chair  ���������l������^*l!^p  *!v.< v. ���������". j i *>,������������������:  t.',-.<��������� -;'��������� si' ��������� v  ,v,y.  wm&->  m  t "���������:   *i'*.!"..-/-,.-  iv ���������vw. >'���������  A-  %OiS*     !      If  m i'\  i'Jir*^^^"'������,'i--'a^.'*T.*x'Ji".*iiu������w  -*J'*>������i*������*������Tn*',.iJV'j<*iG������l,TS<jLatt'.t;/.  t*    a     fciaca  4"-><  ���������    Means Everytlitn*) to  --.' You  Come to Spokane's Largest  Dental Office, the recognized home  of;painless dentistry  Novathesia ha> satisfied thousands��������� it will satisfy you  15,Year- Quality  Is  Guaranteed  to   Every  Patient  Peerii  Canadian    Bonds    and  Canadians ^loney Ae-  cepted at PAill Face  Value  Rooms  205 G 7 <S 9 10 11  1-J,  "2tid  Floor, Jumieson lildu;.,  Wall "and Riverside-  SPOKANE, WASH.  n urn  SERVICE  Modern Eigs  and Good  Horses ������at All  Hours  at.  the  iBo'del  Livery Barn  M. H. Burns, Prop.  PJ  iione  6?  oecon  dSt  reet  DT  GEfiO  GEMESAL TRANSFER BUSINESS  AND  DEALER  IN  ('.'���������TICK!  F. Downey's Cigar Store  PHIRSEN & PETEBSE.V, Propriefors  All Tied Up  'or v/antofhoJp. Our  Classified V/.-ii-;t Ads.  wilj. uniie ihe Sii\.-:>*r..  We malic (his n pood  p*s>per so that isiUAil-  ������j'ent people will rec������d  it, and they do.  Isn't that the Kind of  help you want? News  EXPLANATION���������The apparent reluctance of the city  council to supply The Sun  with sufficient electric power  was the cause of last week's  issue, which was printed by  manual labor, appearing con-,  sidcrably behind time. The  same cause has also delayed  this week's issue, and has, besides, compelled us to reduce  the paper to its former size.  Next week we intend to sub-'  mitour case,through Tlie Sun,  to the ratepayers.  Thi3 morning at 2:30 two five-  year prisoners, being conveyed from  Nelson to the penitentiary at the  oast, escaped from the guard by  jumping from the moving train two  miles east of this city. The pro  vincial police and themounties have  been scouring the district all clay  for the jailbirds, bin up to the time  of going'to press they had not been  recaptured. A full description of  them has been furnished by the po  lice, and a reward-of S25 for their  apprehension has been offered.  ��������� 0. P. Hitter's ten-acre tract of  laid was sold this week to August  Orison, who tecently came here  from the prairie Mr Oarlo'HiM.-" well  siristied with the Kettle valley. Me  intends to engage in poultry raising  as- >i side line. The sale was made  t-.rough the real estate office of Si  T. Hull. The s unc agency also clis-  ;i.������seci hisposed of J. Gibson's home  ��������� hi Cambridge avenue to Mrs. Luc,  of Eholt.  Charles Brown, tormerly  in thefoundrv business here, visited  friends in the city this week. Only Tablets wit.  Mayor Acres   and  Aid.   Hull   re--|  turned Saturday night from the   and  nual  convention of   the   Union   of j  British Columbia   Municipalities  in  Nelson.  Bayer Cross"  are Asnirin���������No others!  Mrs. Murray, latent   the   Qucii's;  hotel, Phoenix, has moved   inw   the  Taylor collage cm fourth street.  After the show get a warm enn of  coffee or a light lunch at the Imperial Billiaid and Pool Parlors.  11. Campbell Miurned tonight  from a week'd bu.-ines.s trip to Vernon.  There is only fit? Aspirin, that marked  villi Hi" '"U.iy'.'i" Ci"fi*s"���������all other tabids  a;'"   only'I'sail  imitations.  (loimii!" "''i.-i.ver Tablets "of Aspirin"  have liee'i ji,,'VjiM"ihe!l bv physicians for  siiiiCP'i'ii years and proved safe by millions for i.'.'.in, iJeadaciio, Neuralgia,  Colds, Iliieiimatism,  Lumbago. Neuritis."  Handy tm boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger "ilayer" paekriijes, can be bad  atVny (iru'i; .-lore.    Mif!".  in  Canada.  Aspirin is llio tra'.'o in ark (rogistnrod  in  Canada),   c.r*   Biyer   "Manufaulure   of  "Mono.-; cc-t .'c: oidas,tsr t, f o.i I icy! ieaeiil.   ' _,        U'h'K' it i". -./oil known  that Aspirin  Sweet apple cider for  sale.    R. E.   moans P.ayei- manufactui-e, to assist the  public asra-inst imitations, the Tablets of.  Barer Company, Ltd., will be stamped    with  ."their   general   trade   mark,   tho  Thankpciviii" will be observed on   "Bayer Cross."  They have a peculiar charm .of  their own that alwnys appeals.  The display of diamond jewelry .  isalways embracing Tt includes  diamonds of every style and  mountings Rings from S50 to  8300.  j  JOHN GRASSIGK  Watclimnlcer and Jeweler  ���������"���������S  K-  Jenne  Monday, the 18th inst.  I  BOOT   REPAIRING  taKK voiir repairs to Armson, shoo re  I |inirer. Tho Hub. Look, for the His  llooi.  S. T.  HstaMisliud l'.'lO  On applic-ition of J II Ryley on  Monday, in chambers, for an injunction to prevent the Grand Forks  Orchard company from using a  roadway through Mr.Padgett's land,  j.n h'ierim injunction was granted  lor {������������������urteen days.  Tne new voters' list of Grand  Fork-! riding, which his ju."t been  i-Mi-d, contains 0*22 names.  One 4-room and one S-ronm  h'iu-e for sale, cheap. Apply J. R.  Mnoyboer, blacksmith.  Mrs. P. Barker was lined 850 in  the police court on Monday for a  disturbance at her borne in the West  end.  By proclametion, Wednesday,  October 20, the day the plebiscite  on the prohibition net is in he ink"' ,  AH tlie Conveniences  A suburban housewife relates overhearing this conversation between  her new Swedish maid and the cuok  next door:  "How aro you, Hilda?" asked the  cook.  ������l'm well," replied Hilda. ".L like Re.llEst:il-c and Insurance  my    yob.     U'o   got  cremated cellar,  ,. ,       ���������     r   i , i Hesidc-nl Agent Griiii'l Forks'I ownsiti!  cemetery ])lumuiiif,', eiustiu lights anu Comimny, Limited  ahousit." j.    '   "What's  a.    'hoosit,'    Hilda?" the  cook asked.  "Oh, a bell rings.  You put a thing  to your ear and say, 'Hello!'    And by  and by some   one  says,    'Hello!' and  then you say, 'Hoosit?'"  Farms      Orchards      City Property  Ac-cuts :it Nelson.  Ciiltturj-. Wilinipecr mill  other Prairie points.  Ynneoiivor Agents:  l>l-X������l'lt INVEST.MKNTS  KATTKNHUKY LANDS I.TI).  Why She Admired Him  Two women were talking over a  performance of A Doll's House that  thev had seen.  ' "Don't you love fbsen'i" cried one,  ecstatically. "Doesn't he just take all  hope out of life* '  Established in l'.'io. we iii-p '" u position io  I'uriiHli reliuble inforirtatioii concerning tl.i^  ilii-trirr-  Wiite for free literature.  J"  Vou can not reach The Sun's  numerous readers except through  its advertising columns.  TIMBER SALE X2031  SKALKD TI-.NPKKS will be refeiveil by tlie  .Miniitp of Lands not biter than liimn  mi the llitli iliiy of December, ]fl"!U. for tho  pin-chase "f License Xinil, to cm 2,011.000 feet  nf Kir, Tuinnriiu and Spruce, K!)J,50() I ineal  Kect of Poles. 50 000 Ties 1,400 cords of Cord-  wood and l.SUO crd.s of Cecliir Poles, on an'  una situated on Jluy Creek. Simllkuineen  Dbtrict.  Tbreo (3)year- will he allowed for removal  of timber.  Further particulars <>f the Chief Forester-  Victoria. B. <:., or District Forester, Nelson, h  c  Cycling  in  easy   when   you tide the hij-h gride Bicycles  ] ?ell���������the wheels "that r.un ."-monthly year after year.  .Let  me explain to you my ea������v ���������"���������He plan on term-".  First-Class Kepair Work done in Black-mill"..*, IW/.tos,   ���������  Aluminum   Soldering,   Osy-Acetylene   Wel.lu.p,   W "ocl-  j. la. mooyboer s^^s^rg ������  Open Saturday Evenings Till 10 ������'Clock  Synopsis of  Land Act Amendments  AND PICTURE FRAMIN  Furniture   Made   to   Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering  Neatl v   Don  R. G. McCDTGBEON  WINNIPEG AVESUF  You arc already heavily taxed and the whole Province is crying out for  schools, hospitals and roads. Arc you prepared to submit to heavier ta?;atic>n  to support an army of Coast Guardsmen, Preventive Officers, detectives and  stool pigeons in a fruitless endeavor to enforce an Act which has not, as yei,  been successfully enforced in any country in the world?  Do not be led astray by the emotional arguments oi paid professional puf-  ists. Thc United States Federal Government has appropriated over tf 1-1,01)0,000  in a futile effort* to enforce Prohibition, irrespective of vast appropriations by  individual States and heavy municipal expenditures, amounting to millions  more. Buy any American paper and see for yourself whether their prohibitory  law prohibits.  On the statement of tbe Premier made at Revelstoke on thc 6th of October, 85 per cent of the responsibility of the enforcement of tho present Prohibition Act rests upon.the.. Municipalities.  If you call the Prohibition Tunc, don't complain if you arc asked to pay  the PIPER.  You have seen 'hv \-.-������rk5ng.-; ������f ihr.> Vvahllniimi Ac*---Exercise your British  Columbian COMMON SENSE and  Minimum price of first-class "land  reduced to $5 an aero; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering' only  land suitable for-agricultural'purposes  and which is iion-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for t adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  l're-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, ho 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 arid records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot bo obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 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 ho  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  ^ ,  Unsiu-veyed 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 010 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpago.  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 muda.  PRE-EMPTOR8'       FREE       GRANTS  ACT.  The scope ot this Act Is enlarged to  Include all persons joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within wlttoh 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, ������n formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This priTflege is also made retroactive.  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 2G, 1918.  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, duo 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 city 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  Crnwn Lands, acquiring, rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on ful-  lillinent of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes ma>  be distributed , proportionately over  whole area. Applications must be  made by May 1,  1920.  GRAZING.  Grazing Act, 1919, for systematic  development of livestock Industry provides fur grazing districts and range  ,'idMilniKti-atlon under Commissioner.  Annu.'il griming permits issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range management. Free, or partially free, permits  for settlfrs, campers or travellers, up  io ten 'lead.  TIMBER SALE X2702  i>ii.. iveil b.v the  ���������TpiIE value of well-  printed, heat appearing stationery as  a means of getting and  holding desirable business has been amply  demonstrated. Consult us before going  elsewhere.  Wodding'iiivitfitions  Ball prog-nuns  Business cauls  Visiting cards  Shipping tags  Letterheads  Statements  Noteheads  ���������Pamphlets  Price lists  Envelopes  Billheads  Circulars  .Dodgers  Posters    ���������  .   Menus  And commercial and  society .printing of every  description.  Lotus quote you  prices.  New Type  Latest Style^  Faces  our  THE   S  Cohimltt'i Avenue -mil  Lake Street  TELEPHONE  R 101  WEBER'S  ^;K^ km fil EANINIi  '^x^^r^^'^vg LiiLlhu km ULUhlwo  Vine,   Fir mid TinnnniCj a.'.HJOTti-.-i   unci, 8,100 WSfiTtUO  Vote for Government Contr  I.iuciil Feet ill   Poles.on lin ������mi adjoiningb.  1. 1A. Block 27(10, SlitillKiimoen Dlstrlet.   ���������  Two (2) yeurs will bo   allowed  for removal  ������ Further particular* of the Chief Forester.  Victoria, Ii. C.,"t>i District Forester, Nelson,  1J.C.  Phone 200 !��������������� O. Box 12o  Grand Forks, 15. C.

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