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GRAND FORKS
19   situated   in
the center of Graud Forks valley, the
premier fruit growing district of
Southoru British Columbia. Mining
and lumbering are alao important
industries in districts contiguous to
the city.
Kettle Valley Orchardist
■aflsJ (JUL* paper of the citizens
of the district. It is read by more
people in the city aud valley thau any
other paper because it is fearless, reliable, clean, bright and entertaining.
It is always independent but never
neutral.
TWENTY-SECOND YEAR—No   15
GRAND FORKS, B. O, FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 9, 192:{
''Veil me what you Know is true:
I can due-aa an well as yoa.
#1.00 PER YEAR
BUILDING FOR
NEXT TERM
Government Has Made
Arrangements to Start
Construction Work at
Point Grey this Month.
Will Help Unemployment Situation
Special Cbrrespoiidence of The Sun.
Victoria, Feb. 7.—Complete arrangements have been made by tbe
government for tbe construction of
tbe univereity buildings at Point
Grey. Ihe science building, wbicb
was commenced in 1912 but abandoned when partially finished, will
be the first unit of the university
group to be completed. In order to
hasten construction and assist lbe
unemployment situation as much as
possible, arrangements .ave been
made for tbe commencement of construction by February 15, without
the delay necessary in calling for
tenders.
Messrs. Sharp and Thompson,
architects, of Vancouver, wbo won
tbe prize offered by tbe board of
governors of tbe university for tbe
best plans iu 1910, have been retained by the government to supers-
vise construction. Tbe 0. J. Ryan
Contracting compauy will supply
equipment and complete tbe science
building. All materials will be purs
chased by tbe governmenl purchasing agent. In thiB way inany thousands of dollars will be saved. The
new building will be ready for occux
panoy wben tbe next university
torm opens.
Federal Aid for Provincial
Highways
For the purpose of settling many
matters pertaining to public works
in British Columbia. Hon. W. H.
Sutherland, minister of public
works, has gone to Ottawa, at tbe
request of Hon; J. H. King, federal
minister. Mr. Sutherland hopes to
secure additional aid for provincial
highways and be enabled as a result
to proceed witb the completion of
many important highway links.
Another matter to be takeu up
affects nearly every district in tbe
province. It pertains to bridges
over navigable sti earns. The construction of ueeded bridges iu many
places bas been held up owing to the
higb ost of including draw spans.
According to tbe present statutes,
draw-spans have to be included in
bridging navigable streams. But
many so-called navigable streams
are no longer navigated and to comply witb the law it would be neces*
sory to spend tens of thousands of
dollars uselessly.
Bridges over tbe Skeena river at
Terrace and over tbe North Thompson river are planued and probably
will be proceeded with as soon as
the necessary changes are made in
the statutes. A marked example of
extra expenditure in bridge construction iB tbat of tbe big railway
bridge over the. Fraser river at
Prince Oeorge. There an expensive
draw span was included, but since
tbe completion ol the structure the
bridge bas seen no steamerss pass
under it.
Paving Pacific Highway
After many delays, owing to lack
of mouey, the government bas decided to complete tbe paving of tbe
Pacific highway to tbe international
boundary. Some nine miles oi con
crete pavement will be put down
and tbe work will be finished in late
summer. As a result, tbere will be
an unbroken stretch of hard surfaced
highway from Vancouver to Seattle.
While New Westminster and Van*
ouver may profit more directly by
the completion of the highway than
otber sections, still automobile clubs
aod officials all over tbe province
bave urged Hon. Dr. Sutherland to
finish the job without delay.
Greatly increased tourist travel from
tbe United States will be tbe direct
result of this undertaking.
Inspection of P.G.E. by
New Railway Minister
Hon. J. D. MacLean, new minister of railways, has made bis lirst
official inspection trip over tbe Pa-
cfic Great Eastern railway. He re
ports tbe government line roadbed
in good condition and is planning
for tbe preparation of a complete
survey of tbe resources along tbe
line. It is expected tbat a colon iza
tion plan will be worked out and
every effort made tbis year to place
tbe line on a paying basis.
PUBLIC SCHOOL
The following is the result of the
promotions of pupils in the Orand
Forks Public School as based upon
tests aud work during the term September to January, The classes are
named according to the new Readers
issued last September. No promotions occur in February in Junior and
Seuior Entrance Classes, as their work
is each of one year's .duration:
Promoted from Junior Fifth A to
Senior Fifth B—Berneta Ahern, Vera
Boots, Edward Cook, Alice Deporter,
Wilhelmina DeWilde, Jean Donaldson
Oeorgina Qrey, James Hardy, Mabel
Hobbins, John Kingston, Laird McCallum, Agnes McKenzie, Fred McKie, Jigi Maurelli, Jim Miller, Peggie
Mudie, Lillian Pell, Llewelyn Price,
Elmer Scott, Eileen Weber, Byron
Weir.
Remaining in Junior Fifth A—Lil-
lian Dunn, Freda Lyden, Eugene McDougail, Louise McPherson, Gordon
Massie, Walter Ronald.
Promoted from Junior Fifth B to
Junior Fifth A--Eric Clark, Herbert
Dompierr Rupert Helmer, Dorothy
Jones, Walter Manson, Arta Mont
gomery, Francis O'Keefe, Charlotte
Acres, Jean Clark, Norman Cooke,
Patsy Cook, Thurlow Cuinmiugs,
Hazel Elliott, Albort Kinnie, Selma
Laing, Fred Mason, Betty McCallum,
Lily McDonald, Elizabeth Mooyboer,
Gladys Pearson, George Prust, Charlie
Robertson, Roy Walker, Ruth Webster.
Recommended—Leo Gowans, ab'
sent; Mike Morelli, spelling aud arith'
luetic; Harry Nucich, spelling" and
arithmetic.
Promoted from Senior Fourth to
Junior Fifth B—Lewis Brew, Marie
Kidd, Mary, Kingston, Delbert Kirk'
patrick, Helen Morgan, Louis San
tano, Fred Smith, Edward Wright,
Ralph Smyth, Marviu Bailey, Nellie
Berry, Everts Biddiecome, Florence
Bird, Elvera Colarch,Raymond Dins
more, Robert Foote, Colen Graham
Carl Hansen, Harold Helmer, Kath<
erine Henniger, May Hobbins,Ernest
Hutton, Evelyn Innes, Jean Love,
Cbildo Pisacreta.
Recommended—Harry Anderson,
spelling and arithmetic; Beverley Bon
son, spoiling and arithmetic; lan
Clark, spelling aud writing; Roy
Cooper,spelling and arithmetic; Cath
erine Gowans, absent.
Remaining in Senior Fourth—Viua
Boots, Elaine Burr, Nathau Clark,
Patricia Hill, Edith Patterson, Mildred Patterson, Lee Maurelli.
Promoted from Junior Fourth to
Senior Fourth— Jack Acres, Helen
Beran, Rosamond Buchan, Josephine
Davison, Elsie Egg, Ellen Hansen,
Clarence Hardy, Vilmer Holm, Se
reta Hutton, Harold Jackson, Mary
Kuftinoff, Zeluia Larama, Bernice
Donaldson, Lora Frechette, Aleck
Hobbins, Margaret Kingston, Bruce
McDonald, Madeline McDougail,
Marjorie Otterbine, Elsie Scott, Billy
Tutt,   Pater     Vatkin,   Wilhelmina
The Only Way Open
What the Growers'
Committee Is Doing
reading and  arithmetic;  Albert De
porter, spelling.
Promoted from Junior Second to
Senior Second—Harry Hanson, Edna
Scott, Peter Reiben, Katherine Davis
Mary Reiben, Chester Hutton, Brnce
Harkness, Florence Smith, Norman
MacDonald, Shepherd Boyce, Victor
Rel'a, Ethel Boots, Edmund McDonough, Isabel Huffman, Bill Har-
koff, Elsie Kuftinoff.
Remaining in Junior Second—Nick
Pisacreta, Eugene Dompier.
Promoted from Beginners' Reader
to Junior Second—Dorothy Innes,
Albert Biddiecome, Teresa Frankovitch, Lola Ogloff, Florence MacDonald, Ernest Angliss, Gordon Mudie.
Dolores Kirkpatrick, Belice Schaff,
Swanhilda Helmer, Barbara Love,
Phyllis Simmons, Wilbort Cooper,
AJiceBird, Wiltna Davis, Nels Anderson, Elizabeth Peterson, Lena
Pisacreta, Lesley Hill, Dorothy Donaldson.
Promoted from Reeoiviug Class to
Beginuers' Reader—Lola Hutton,
VIona Rylett, Junie Damelsou, Grace
MacDonald, Jean MacDonald, Jack
MacDonald, Donald Massie, George
Ronald, Eunice Patterson, Aliee McDonough, Howard Bryant, Alice
Shaff, Janet Mason, Bennio Rella,
Alden Zbitnoff, Willie Gowans, Mary
Colarch, Veronica Kuva, Jimmie
Graham.
Remaining in   Receiving   Class
Florence   Helmer.   Lindsay    Clark,
Helen Harkoff.
The following statement has been issued by the committee:
After the close of the convention at Kelowna, the committee met and added to its members, W. R. Corner, the
nominee of the Kelowna delegates; Mayor Sutherland of
Kelowna, Mr: Kidston of Vernon.
Conferences were held with representatives of almost all
the independent shipping houses, and a general understaud-
ing arrived at.
After disposing of a number of matters the committee dispersed, leaving in the hands of the chairman, J. J. Campbell,
assisted by the secretary, and with the advice of any members who might be within easy reach, the carrying on of the
preparatoty work of organization.
Telegrams from the Vahcouver board of trade indicate
that they are pressing forward preliminary work connected
with the proposed debenture issue.
Detailed information which they may desire is being obtained as quickly as possible.
Applications for charters for the Cooperative Growers of
British Columbia, Limited, as the selling organization, and
a Central Holding Company, which will probably be called
the Cooperative Packing Houses of British Columbia, are
being prepared.
Changes in the marketing agreement, which have been
suggested by delegates, are being examined, and it is expected that the contract will be in the printer's hands in a
few days.
Assurances of nearly 100 per cent support are coming in.
Weber, Edna Wenzel, Vora Zbitnoff,
Agnes Winter.
Recommended to Senior Fourth—
Ernest Crosby, arithmetic; Violet McDougail, arithmetic; Michael McDonough, spelling and arithmetic;
Etfie Donaldson, absent; Arvid Anderson, spelling; Earle Bickerton,
arithmetic; Ernest Danielsou, spelling; Euphy McCallum, arfthmetic;
Gladys Smith, arithmetic; Marjorie
Taylor, arithmetic.
Remaining iu Junior Fnurth—
Evelyn Collins, Charlie McLeod.
Promoted from Senior Third to
Junior Fourth—Chester Bonthron,
Ruth Boyce, Melvin Glaspell, Clar
ence Henderaou,Peter J may off, George
Kuzin, Ethel Massie, Margaret McCallum, Rlsie Ogloff, Donald Ross,
Lizzie Shkuratoff,' Winnifred Truax,
Charlie Harkness.
Recommeuded to Junior Fourth—
Louise Dumpier, Edmond Miller,
Ronald McKinnon,   May Waterman.
Promoted from Junior Third Reader
to Senior Third Reader—James Allan
Mildred Andorson, Harold Bailey,
Bessie Berry, George Bird, Garnett
Boots, Christine Brew, Laura Cau
field, June Chuo, Angelo Colarch,
Evelyn Cooper, Charlie Egg, Annie
Elosoff, Ernest Fitzpatrick, Alma
Frechette, Ethel Graham, Mazie Henderson, Dorothy Liddicoat, Winnifred
Lightfoot, Joe Lyden, Eleanor Lindley, Daisy Malm, Hazel Mason,Laura
Maurelli, Richard Michener, Harold
Montgomery, Thomas Mudie, Harry-
Murray, John McDonald, Marguerite
McDonald, Floreuce McDougail,
John McLeod, Minnie McNevin, Joe
Nucich, Helen Pell, Mary Pisacreta,
Elsie Prudhomme, Sheila Rylett,
George Savage, Mildred Smith, Jessie
Sweezey, Fred Wenzel, Clara Wright,
Fred Zbitnoff.
Promoted from Second Reader
Jnnior to Third Reader Junior—Alex
Shkuratoff, May Jones, Walter Shor
stobetoff, Clarence McDougail, Tony
Santano, Uoy Clark, Robert Murray,
Margaret Smith, Clayton Patterson,
Bessie Henderson, Laura Sweezey,
Irene Bickerton, George Steel, Roderick Kavanagh, Peter DeWilde,
James Robertson, Willie Prendergast
Elsie WitherB, Katie Dorner.
Remaining iu Secoud Reader Senior
—Mary McKinniou, Andy Pisacreta,
Agnes Ahern, Windsor Miller.
Promoted from Second Reader
Junior to Second Reader Senior—
Mary Dorner, Jewell Baker, Johnuy
Baker, Josephine Ruzioka, Alex
Woods, Bruce Grey, Albert Euerby,
Jean Murray, Marabelle Elliott,
Crawford McLennan, Polly Vatkin,
Jack Love, Eyrtle Kidd, Delwin
Watermun.
Recommended to Second Reader
Senior—George O'Keefe, arithmetic;
Grace McLeod, arithmetic; Mowat
Gowans,   arithmetic;    Jobn   Barry,
Government Behind
Growers Cooperative
Marketing Scheme
Victoria, Feb. 6.— Coopers live;
marketing can belp tbe farmers of
Vancouver island and tbe mainland
of British Columbia just as it has
helped tbe growers of California
Boyd Oliver, California marketing
expert, told a meeting of more tbsn
300 people at the city hall Saturday
nigbt.
Representatives of the principal
agricultural aud business organization of southern Vancouver island
as well as independent fartneaa from
as far north as the Comox valley,
were at the meeting and gave Mr.
Oliver a thoughtful ana enthusiastic
heering. He came here at the invitation of the provincial government.
Organization of IccaJcj of tbe central association on Vancouver island
was given impetus by IMr Oliver's
address, and the majority of those
present gave evidence of conviction
thit cooperation is the magic key to
farm prosperity and j spells, as a
Sooke delegate described it, a''revival of sanity among tinners."
Hon. E. D. Barrow, | minister of
agriculture, presided aud declared
that the government was strongly
behind any movetneik lo bring
about unity among agricultural interests.
Says They Will
Obey the Law
Victoria, Feb. (5.—The Doukbox
boijB iu;the interior of British c: >i -
umbia bave only the desire to live
at peace with their neighbors ami
they do not want to keep up any
agitation about school or other affairs, M. W. Cazakoff of Veragiu,
Sask., vicepresideut and geueral
manager of the 91,000,000 Community of Universal Brotherhood,
Limited, told Hon. J. D. MacLean,
acting premier, today.
The Doukhobors are uow asking
Attorney General Manson for the
remission of a 950 line iuHicted for
not Bending children to school,
which thoy paid to save a motor
truck being put up at miction.
Acting Premier MacLean said
they must obey the school laws and
send their children to school. Mr.
Cazakoff explained tbat the Doukhobors would obey the law and have
their children educatod,
GROWERS ELECT
Nearly All the Old Officers
andDirectorsRe-elected
--Semi-Monthly Meetings Will Be Held in
Future
Thsantiuil m^etiug o! ilia Graud
Forks Cooperative Growers was held
Wednesday afternoon iu the office
of tha Oaatral paoking house. Tbe
meeting lasted until a late hour, and
mucb omteotious dUoussiou was
iudulged in. I'bo following directors
were elected: H E. Woodland, H
C. Ketiiiiu, 0 A S. Atwood, Col.
Hill, M Hjudirsoa, Ed Hughes,
W. E. Carpenter, J.Coleman, G. H.
Hull, T. Padgett H, A. Glaspell aud
Capt. Barff. After adjournment the
directors met and selected the following ollicers. President, H K,
Woodland; vice president, T. Pad*
gelt; secietary, O Peouoyej; auditor, Mr. Hunter, lu future tbs di-
r >ctor will meet on the Iii st uud third
Tueaday of each mouth, at 7:30 p,m.
Boy Scout News
First Grand Forks Troop
Boy Scouts
Duties—February lu <o 16, Eagle
Patrol; uext for duly,   Owl   Patrol,
Parade —At Seoul headquarters
at the Guild ball, Friday, I6tb, at
7:30  p.m.
Awards—lhe name ol Seoul E-
Reid, 60 marks, was aoidenlally
omitted last week from the list of
boys entitled to public  health   man
Notice—A "high bar" aud "aral-
lel bars" will very shortly be available for Scouts use. All Scouts desiring to make use of these must
bring rubber-soled tennis shoes—as
iu other gymnasiums, it will be
strictly forbidden to use any gymnastic apparatus while wearing shoes
or boots with hard soles.
Gymnasium mattresses are ueeded
Can auyoae supply theso locally?
Coldstream Growers
Behind New Movement
At a meeting of growers held in
the school house ut Coldstream last
week, tbe following resolution was
passed unanimously:
"Resolved, thut this meeting of
Coldstream and Lavlngton growers
is one hundred pur cent in favor of
the scheme as outlined by Mr. Sapiro for tbe Cooperative Growers of
British Columbia, Limited."
Messrs. Cuul iff-*, Vernon and
Giles, delegates to the Kelowna
growers' conference, gave a report
of the deliberations at that convention.
THE WEATHEB
The following is the minimum
and maximum temperature for each
day during tbe past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Law's ranch:
Mas.
3—Friday    25
3 — Saturday  36
1 - Sunday  24
5 —Monday  36
G —Tuesday  39
7—Wednesday.. 40
8- Thursday  33
Feb.
Mrs. John Madge returned to her
bome in Kettle Valley on Saturday
after vising for a couple of weeks in
tbis city.
J/171
-11
-5
0
3
13
20
10
Inches
Snowfall     0.0
Dlroouragement is the worst mis
'fortune that can befall a man. It is
1 the death of his strength. THE   SUN,   GRAND   F0R18.   B. C.
2fe (grattii Jfarka §mt
AN INDBPENOENT NSW .*• »PEH
<3. A. EVANS, EDITOR AHD PUBLISHER
timated that the total amotint of money id the
various kinds of savings institutions is more
than sixteen billions, besides the savings for
insurance premiums and house building.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES—PAYABLE IN ADVANOE
One Year (ia Canada and Great Britain) $1.00
One Year (in the United States)      1.50
Addresr • " 'cations to
".The Grand Fork* Sun
Phonk 101R Giusd Forks, R. C'd
CONSERVE YOUR SIGHT
A pile of junked automobiles is not yet so
common a sight as it is likely to be in a few
years. Most automobiles are not yet worn
out; many ofthe first million are still running,
though they may have been rebuilt and made
over with new parts several times. It is said
office: Columbia avenue and' lake stkeet. f that at current prices the scrap from an automobile is hardly worth the labor of making it.
What will become of used cars when there are
two million or so a year to get rid of?
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923
At different times in the past- the farmers
of this valley have had under consideration
the advisability of adding sugar beets to their
a'.nual crops. From one of its Minnesota exchanges The Sun gains some knowledge of
how the sugar beet growing industry is carried
on in that state. The beet sugar factories
contract in the fall for the succeeding year for
a certain acreage of boets at a stipulated minimum price per ton. Last yoar the minimum
price agreed upon was $5 per ton, but when
fall arrived the factory paid $2 per ton premium, making Jjj7 per ton which the farmers
realized for their beets. The crop averaged
ten tons to the acre, thus netting the grower
$70 per acre, without any risk of having the
crop left on his hands. In this province the
yield would probably be from fifteen to
twenty tons per acre.
India has absorbed twi and a half billion
dollars in gold since 18.51, and her own mines
in addition have produced .$310,000,000 in
that time. The amount of gold known to be
in India exceeds by nearly one and a quarter
billion dollars all the gold known to be in the
rest ofthe British empire.
The strongest argument made against
the practicability of the sugar beet growing
industry in British Columbia is, that no single
district in the province lias a sufficient land
area to produce enough beets to keep a sugar
factory runn'ng. This contention is undoubtedly true. But there is no reason why
a factory could not bc erected at some central
ooint, with good transportation facilities, and
•"he raw material shipped to it from all sections ofthe province In this way an industry could be established in the province that
would prove profitable both to the farmers and
to the promoters of the manufacture of beet
a tgar. Suoh an enterprise would enable the
farmers to diversify their crops to a greater
extent than they do at present; aud diversified
firming seems to be the class that brings the
greatest amount of prosperity to the agricultural population. Somejtime in the near future, when the British Columbia farmer
realizes that specializing in one or two products is not as productive of riches as it has
been reputed to be, and he begins to look
around for other crops to cultivate, it might
be of adAantage to him to investigate the
sugar beet and the proper way of turning it
into sugar.
The Illinois Pipe Liue company is preparing
to build the first pipe line into Canapa, from
Sunburst, Mont., to Coutts, Alta. The oil
will then be carried by tauk car from Coutts
to the Imperial Oil company's refineries at
Calgary and Regina.
The American national program for highway construct on in the next twenty years
includes one hundred and eighty thousand
miles of new roads, which will cost three billion dollars. The figures are quickly spoken,
bin some of the boys who read this may be
the engineers that build the roads.
T*HK STRAIN of modem civil-
■*■■ ized life falls heaviest upon
the eve, the hardest worked and
most neglected of all the human
organs. The constant need nf
close range vision; the continual
exposure to the glare reflected
from pavement and building-i or
from high-powered eleectric
lighls, all expose the eye to terrific strain. Many suffer from
eyestrain without, beinfo coil
soious of it. Have your eyes ex ■
amined and know. We are admirably   equipped for this work.
J. C. TAYLOR
Jeweller nnd Optician
Bridge Street Grnnd Forks
Steamships that bring immigrants from
Europe report that most of the steerage passengers are young and that the percentage'of
old parents and other decrepit persons is de
cidedly small. Many* immigrants now go to
the couutry, where they have a better chance
to succeed than in the crowded cities,
WHEN WE WERE A LITTLE BOY
E.C. Henniger Go,
City  Real Estate For
Sale
Applications for immediate purchase of Lots
and Acreage owned' by the City, within the
Municipality-, are invited.
Prices i—From $25.00 per lot upwards.
Termsi»-Cash and approved payments.
List of Lots and prices may bc seen at the
City Office.
JOHN A. HUTTON.
City Clerk.
Grain, Hay
Flour and Feed
Lime and Salt
Cement and Plaster
Poultry Siinplics
STOVE
Cooking Heating
Wood Coal
Electric Gasoline
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
MILLER & GARDNER
Complete Home Furnishers
Grand Forks, K.C.
Notes, Notions and Notables
The Doukhobor seems to have as great contempt for the meat eater as the meat-eater has
for the rat-eater, and the whisky-drinker hates
tiie milk-sop as fiercely as the milk-sop hates
tiie whisky drinker, and as everybody seem to
dislike the vegetable-eating Doukhobor, the
• irele of hate and contempt appears to be
'complete. It certainly Is easier to love our
salves better than our neighbors.
A great deal of talk is indulged in nowadays
about the "living wage"  that implies tha t
many people do uot got enough money for
their work to live on. But there is an aston
ishing amount of evidence that millions of persons are getting wages not only sufficient for
their living bnt large enough to permit regular
saving. The Locomotive Engineers' Cooperative bank in Cleveland, established only throe
years ago, has already seventeen millions in
deposits. The comptroller of the currency at
Washington reports that the savings depart
merits ofthe national banks carry nearly nine
million accounts,   amounting   to more than
three   billion  dollars.   The ordinary savings
banks must have even more  on deposit.   In
December  the bauks of America paid more
than one hundred and ninety million dollars
to 'people   who had   saved  that amount in
"Christmas Club" payments. It has been  es-
When we were a little boy there were very
few saloons, little drunkenness, good whisky
was fifty cents per gallon, all good grocery
stores sold it. Few cared for il; it was too
common, and it was an everlasting disgrace to
get drunk. No young lady of respectability
would associate with a young man who had
the stain of drunkenness to his character;
mothers and temperance lecturers kept up
that spirit, and narcotics were unknown, and
everybody went to church on Sunday, and
preachers preached the laws of God instead
of the civil statutes. Nowadays whisky is an
expeusive outlawed luxury, and a miserable
poor quality at that. But many want it, many
violate the laws of God and their country to
get it, and lose their money, their honor and
their liberty in the struggle.
When we were a little boy we read about
the old woman who lived in a shoe. Now we
read about John Barleycorn who lives in a
bootleg. It beats the world that there should
be so many savages in a country where schools
are so free. The majesty of the law is at a
lower ebb than ever before. Congressman
Upshaw proposes the following remedy: "If
you do not like the laws of this country, go to
some other country, and if you have no other
country to go to, go to hell." The trouble with
Upshaw's remedy is, the violators will not
obey it any better than they will the law.—
Keller (Wash.) Eagle.
S. T. HULL
Established 1910
RealEstatc aiul Insurance I
Kmlilnol Aoeiit (iriiml 1'orki To-v'salto
Coiiiimny, Limited
FnrniM      Orchards     City Property
Agent* at Nelson, Calgary, Witi-slpi''- mul |
other Prairie point*.  Vanoouver Agents:
PENItEK INVKSTMUNTS
B.WTKNBUKY LANDS LTD.
Kitabllihoil In 1910, we are In a poil I Inn to I
furuiBh reliable Information cnno«rnlut- thin I
district.
Write lottt-.i lltinvirs
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tions to your present service, you should
send notification, in writing, not later
than the above date, in order that you
may take advantage ofthe uew directory
listings.
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Itsms Taken Prom Tha Orand Forks Sun for tha Corrcipondtng
'Weak Twenty Yean Ago
The mayor reported to the council at  Monday  night's
meeting that gambling had Dean suppressed in  the city.
The logging camps on the North Fork will cut over
five hundred million feet this winter.
Graud Forks now has twentyntwo icensed hotels.
The V. V- x E. now has an uninterrupted strip of right
of way to the Granby smelter aod to Phoenix.
Discussion on the gambling situation in Grand Forks
had reached such a heated point that the man who regulates the weather found it necessary to turn on some 16-
below zero ozone yesterday, and is keeping it up at that
pressure, the idea being, it is presumed, to keep the local
atmosphere from rising above Ihe blood«heat point.
Spokane capital is to become interested in the new coal
basin 60 miles up the North Fork from Grand Forks, according to tha Spokesman-Review. ,
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Job Department THE   SUN,   GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.
Sun's Page|f People and Events of Passing News Interes*
Competition No. 19 Cloioi Friday
Midnight. February 16th
at the Office of the
B. 0. VETEBAVS WEBKLY Limited
P. 0. Drawer 938
Dor.  Hastings  and  Oamlte  Street!
VAMOOUVEB, B. 0.
I enter The B. C. Veteram Weekly Foo
aorlption entltlaa competitor to one estimate;
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B.C. VETERANS WEEKLY LTD.
FOOTBALL COMPETITION
GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17
TEN ESTIMATES WITH $1.00 SUBSCRIPTION
tball Competition and agree to abide by the rules published in The B. C. Veterans
50c for ten woeks and two estimates; 76c for fifteen weeks and five eutiinatee; $1 fo
You simply indicate whether the HOME TEAM will score MOBE, LESS or the SA
Responding game last yoar, by placing an "X" in the column provided In the Cuu
$5000 - First Prize
$3000 Second Prize
$2000 - Third Prize
Coupona may also he deposited at aay of
the    "DON'T   AROUE"    STORES    by
courtesy of Mr. Con Jones.
Weekly.    26c enclosed for five weeks' oil's
- twenty-live weeks and ten estimates.   IN
ME NUMBER of goals than thoy scored In
pon.
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PA! IHEIR FINES
The Doukhobors on Saturday
paid tbe fines, uoder protest, recently levied against tbem by Magistrate McCallum ior not seudiog
their children to school, and to
satisfy which a motor truck was
seized from tbe colony by tbe pro*
vincial authorities last week. Tbe
truck was to have been sold by auc«
tion on Satuday.
Tbe ecbool board, Magistrate McCallum and tbe city police have Je-
ceived copies of the following letter,
supposed to have been dictated by
Peter Veregi 1:
"Declaration to tbe Grand Forks
judges who have recently condemned
some Doukhobors to a fine for children's refusBl to attend school: The
Doukhobors living in the district of
Qraud Forks had a meeting in this
reference, and decided to inform you
tbat there is a misunderstanding.
"It may not be known to you that
the Doukhobors bad not accepted an
oath of allegiance and desire to  live
in Canada absolutely conservatively
ind freely, as long   as not causing
criminal   offense   in   tho  country.
Tbey consider it necessary that chil»
Iren   be     brought    up   by   tbeir
aotbers.
"If there are some schools in  the
Doukhobor colonies in the district
oi Qrand Forks this is considered by
tie Doukhobors as a good arrange
ment. But as fot children   going to
school, tbey must be given full free
d >m.   It   tbe  mother wishes to let
her child   attend school, good   and
wall, but if she does not wish   she
cm bring up her child at home.
"The Doukhobors bave  heard
I it of   talk from English-speaking
people that the Doukhobors   do not
comply witb tbe English laws. Tbis
i<  absolutely true.    For   instance,
K iglish»speaking people eat   meat,
smoke and chew tobacco and drink
alcohol, and are going to war.   Also,
I iioy consider tbe murder of men as
l« villi.
"Tbe English law is based on tbese
f'Kir points,but we are fortunate that
vre can not comply with these laws.
Al people who eat meat have a
>i istly instinct, the same as cats,
! '{8, wolves aod tigers.
"If the teachers who educate the
I' tukhobors' children eat meat, by
what means can tbe cat bring up
■ lickeuti? It is likely sbe will look
at tbe chickens,witb a beastly instinct. Tbis is bow Miss Josephine
S jence acted, regardless of the fact
i latsbe bad a warm house aud food
i.om the salary sbe had bcen getting
f ir teaching the Doukhobor children
obe bad made a wicked report to
Irand Forks judges, eo as to make
i tine, and later sbe even can put
several Doukhobors into prison. We
respectfully demand tbat Miss
Spence must be dismissed immediately from the Doukhobor sehool
aud in her placu should be appointed a good Christian woman, aud
children will resume their studies
as forme ly.
"All the Doukhobors totally protest to allow our property to be sold
for the tines. Kespectfully yours,
Soeaiety of tbe Doukhobors residing in tbe district ot Grand Forks.
Signed, per John Zuberoff."
Miss Spence was subpoenaed as a
witness in court to give tbe names of
children uot attending school. She
has beeu teaching Doukhobor children for several years aud, the
school authorities say, bas shown
tact Hnd diplomacy in carrying out
bar duties.
News of the City
The council sat ae a court of revision on the municipal assessment
roll in the counoil chamber yesterday morning. A number of appeals
were beard and disposed of, after
wbich tbe court adjourned until
7:30 next Mood y evening.
Cap*. P. S. Thompson, Harry
Armson, Harry Euerby, Harry Tutt
and other ex-service men, returned
on Wednesday morning from Trail,
wbere they appeared before the
army medical board for an examina
tion.
Harry Armson, who has been
pressman at Tbe Sun office for a
year, left yesterday for Spokane,
wbere be intends to take a course aB
linotype machinist.
Mrs. Barnard Lequime, of Midway, visited friends in tbe city yesterday. Sbe was on her way to Spokane and from tbat city will make
a trip to southern Californi.
City Grocer/*
Marmalade Oranges
At Just the Right Price
H. H. Henderson, Prop.
survive bim—Duncan of New Westminster, James of Westlock, Alta.,,
David of Vancouver and Donald of
Greenwood.
Tbere is no definite news regard"
ing what action was taken at tbe
meeting of tbe Granby directors in
Mew York yesterday.
Rev. M. D. McKee. formerly of
this city, now pastor of St. Aidan's
Presbyterian church, Gordon Head,
after being a patient for nine weeks
in tbe Jubilee hospital at Victoria,
bas recovered sufficiently to return
to his home.
Donald A. MacDonald, a well
known old-timer of Greenwood,
died at the general hospital in Vancouver last week. In the provincial election iu 1912, he was the
Liberal candidate for Greenwood
riding.
The annual ice harvest oame to
an end tbis week, and tbe weather
man can now order another warm
wave.
Dr. L. F. Tupoorten and family
will leave next week for Kerrisdale,
wbere tbey intend to reside in future.
Major and Mrs. R. Gray returned
to their home in Kettle Valley last
Saturday after a pleasant visit witb
friends in this city.
Tbere are now about forty men
working in Phoenix, dismantling
the old brewery, tearing down tbe
school house and other buildings.
E.   F.   Laws   and  family   have
moved from tbe city to tbeir ranch.
W. J. Prendergast left this
for Kimberley.
week
Penticton
organizing.
tomato   growers    are
Costly Curiosity
Tbe Indian medicine man of tbe
old Northwest was often an intentional deceiver wbo played upon tbe
ignorance of bis fellow tribesmen.
Some'imeB, however, as we learn
from H. M. Bobinson's Great Fur
Land, he proves himself as creduln
ous as his followers.
One day in winter, says Mr. Robinson, a party of Indians came to
our house to beg for food; among
them were several noted conjurers.
We were all curious to know how
far tbeir belief in the supernatural
would carry them; and, since we
bad a large music box, we wound it
up and, unnoticed,! put it on the
table, In a moment it began to play
Tbe faces of the savages took on a
wondering and dued expression,
But, quickly recovering their poise,
they began to trace tbe sound to its
origin.   After several   minutes of
deep attention one old man raised
bis gun and flred at the box.
It is perhaps unnecessary to mention tbat tbe instrument was ruined.
The conjurer asserted tbat an evil
spirit concealed in tbe box bad
caused the munic, and tbat it eould
be driven out only witb a gunshot.
Our curiosity was satisfied, but at a
considerable expense.
Tbere are men wbo gain nothing
from a fortune except tbe fear of
losing it.
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J. R. MOOYBOER g^an'd'fobks.b."^!
Open Saturday Evenings Till 10 o'Cloek
-TiKNDSRS will ba reoalrad by the DUtrlot
■*• Forester, Nelton, up to noon of tbe 17th
day of February, for the purchaae ef Ford
Ruuabout No. 1148484, whioh may be aeen upon
application to Wm. Jonea of Book Greek.
The tender ihould be accompanied by
murked oheque (or the (ull purohase prloe.
aad Is to be for the car where tt standi. The
highest or any tender not necessarily ac
cepted.
TIMBBB SALE X4S21
SEALED TENDBBS will be received by the
Ulatrict   Foraater, Nelson, not later than
noon on the 17th day of February, 1928, for the
purehaae of   Licence X4821, sdjolnlug  Lot
3017, North Fork Kettle River, to out  100
cords Cordwood.
One year will be allowed for removal ot
timber.
Further particulars of the Dlltrlot Fore*
aar. Nelson, B. C.
TIMBER 8ALE X4740
SEALED TENDERS will be received by the
Dlltrlot Foreiter, Nelson, nol later than
noon on the 17th day February, 1911, for th e
purchase of Lloenoe X4740, Morrliey Greek,
near Urand Forki, to out 18,000 board feet
of Yellow Pine. 150 Larch tlaa and 100 cord ■
oord wood.
One year will be allowed for removal of
trahcr. t
Further part Ionian of the Dlatriot Forester
Nelson, B.C.
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
John McLaren, one of the pioneers of this district, who conducted a botel at Carson for a number
of years, died at the home of his son
in Vancouver last Thursday, His
brother Donald, of Green-wood,
attended tbe funeral in tbe coast
city last Saturday. Deceased was 75
years of age, and ie survived by
two sons, Henry of Ladysmith and
John of Vancouver, and three
daughters, Mrs. McNichol and Mrs.
Carlton of Vrncouver, and Elsie of
Bellinghain     Four    brothers    also
ear's
Our New Y
Resolution
to sell
Groceries and
Clothing
during 1923 at Prices
Advantageous to the
Consumer is still        .
Unbroken
Donalds
'onaiason s
Phone 30
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggist!.
Aspirin la the trade mark (registered In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-
acctlcacldeiter of Snlicyllcacld. While lt is well known that Aspirin means Bayer
manufacture, to aesiit the public afalnat Imltatlone, the Tablet! of Bayer Company
will be atamped with their general trade mark, tha "Bayer Cross."
Canadian   Blind   Babies9  Home
Nursery, Hospital aud Kindergarten
Dominion Charter,   Without Stoek Subscription.
DIRECTORS—Hon. Martin Burrell, Hou. President; Hon. J. Q. Turriff,
President; A. H. Fitzsiannons, Vioa Praiidunt; Edward Strand, Seoretary.
C. Blaokett Ribimon, Cur. Secretary; J. F. McKinley, Treasurer; Lt.-Col
Whiton, M.D., R. H. Campbell, Thomas Mulvey, K.C, A. B. Provost, W.
LyleReid, A. J. Freiinau, Charles H. Pinhey, C.B., W.J. Cairns, and Tom
Moore.
TRUSTEES— C. H. Pinhey, C.E., Thomas Mulvey, K.C, A. J. Preiman.
Legal Advisor Banker* Auditor
John I. MaeCracken, K.C.    Royal Bank of Canada.     A. A. Crawley, C. A.
The Objects of this Institution, {or which Incorporation was recently ob
tained, are: "To provide a Home and Refuge for Baby and Infant Blind; to
provide free Scientific Care, Training and Maintenance; to Save tbe Lives of
even a few of the many of suoh unfortunates, who, for the lack of such service, perish every year; and to return these little ones to their parents, at
sohool age with normal, healthy bodies and sound minds."
This is a large and greatly needed Child Welfare Service. Careful enquiry
at the Government offices in tbe various provinces reveals the fact that there
are at the presant time nearly 250 Infant Blind in the Dominion. Nothing
has yet been done for tbose helpless little ones. In the United States, 16
years ago, the first home was opened in New York City; they bave now homes
in 13 States, all doing excellent work. In England, some time ago, Sir Ar
*|hur Pearson organized "Sunshine House," Chorley Wood, for Blind Babies,
and he claims that it is tbe only one in the British Empire. Let us have the
SECOND in Canada. To reach this worthy end money is urgently required.
Fifty Thousand Dollars is the present objective of tbe Boaid. Wbile the
Home is to be located in Ottawa it will take in the Baby Blind from every
province, so that this APPEAL for funds will be Dominion wide, and an
early and generous response is confidently expected. Cheques should be made
payable to the Canadian Blind Babies Home Association. All remittances
will be promptly acknowledged.
TIMBER SALE X4S10
"iiVfJ? !SWi§ w"! °* "calved by tha
J^SKx** ff 5d,>1 Viotorla not later than
noon on the 15th day of February, UM. for
the piirohuo of Lloenoe X4516, to cut 100,000
''.•A °* bellow Pluo, 1,000 Ties and 100 cords
or Cord wood, situate on an area on Fisher-
m*t* c*X?k* Kootenay Land Diatrlet,
„A»o 12) years will be allowed for removal
of timber.
Purthar partloularaof the Chief Forester,
Ttotprla, a C, or District Forester, Vernon!
De   fj.
' TIMBER SALE X4773
SEALSD TENDERS will be received by the
Minister ol Landa at Viotorla not later than
noon on tba Und day of February, IMS, for
tbe purohaae ol Lloenoe X477I, to eut 500,000
feat of Sawlogs (all species) and 1.500 Boll-
road Tlaa,. on an area situate on Cedar Creek,
North Fork of Kettle River, Similkameen
Land Diatrlet.;
One (1) year will lie allowed for removal
of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief Forester,
Victoria, II. Cor District Forester, Nelson,
B O.
A. E. MCDOUGALL
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Synopsis of
Land Act Amendments
Minimum   prloe   _   _     ___  __
reduced to tt an acre; secoml-olasa"*ts
ot flrst-sUss  land
M 50 an acre.
Pre-emption now^^^^^^^^^^
vc-yed landa only.
Hocorde will be cranted oovesrlng only
- nd suitable for agricultural pnrpoeso
uid -rates, la non-timber land.
Partnership pre-emptlona aholleaed,
but parties of not mon than tear auy
arrange for arUassat pss oaipllnna
with Joint raaldencs, bat each asking
rit-ceeesrr teaprorainsnts on rsss-sntlve
els,,*** —
Pre-emptora nrast occupy- SsA**SS ter
Bra yeara and make Improntnants to
mlue of lit per acre, Industln-r *
Ing nnd cult'ration of at least I
be/ore receiving Crown Grant.
Whrre pre-emptor ln occupation not
lum than I yeara, and haa reads proportionate improvements, hs maj. be-
cause af til-health, or other asms, hs
(ranted Intermedial* oartUcaU of 1m-
iii n r—snt and traasf er Ms ma tin
Records without peraaaaaat rssl-
dsnoe may be Issued, simldsd applioant aaafcaa ImproTementB ts extent oi
$IW per annum and records -auras sash
year. Failure to make Umsrereotenta
or record same will operate a* forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained la
ieaa than 6 years, and Improvements
ef IH »0 per aore, tanladli i acres
cleared and cultivated, sad rasMsnss
of at leaat 1 years ars reo-strsd.
Pre-emptor   holding   aaaa
hla
pro-
....     ~.„r-.m. MSUllIf r .
may record another psre-eeas-Usn, if hs
requires land In conjunction wttb
farm, without actual i	
Tided   statutory   'tt** sh	
and   residence  nulnletasd sa  Crown
■ranted land. 0
Unaur-reyed arsas. ast en-seedlnc M
acrea,   may   be  leased sa  huuiealtea;
  "—   I resl-
 ,   —,   **  isu-son ss  aomsaltes
tlUa to be obtained after rsisUlIng reel
deutlal and ImprorssssBt coiidltions.
For (raxing and Industrial purposes
trees exoeedtng Mt acrea may bs
****** *.* mu -     m, sr company.
jBdastrtsT -Mas on
areas    —.
leased by ims l-
MiU,  factory a
timber land  sot  »
may be purchased:
payment of atui
Natural   bar *.
by t-ft-rHiw roads ma/ „         „„„
conditions upon constfcHsa at a rood
to them. Babats of nai balf at eost of
road, not a**tmt*m*s half sf pi eases
pries, la mods.
PRE-dMPTOHm
The .
Include .
I'll with
"acT"
•RANTS
-nearnH^ThT
for title  _.._   _
from for ona year
auch   person,  as  fc
year after the conclu—.
*~JtUa pr,**,. „
No fees reason* ta
dne or pityaMs *-*
einptlons
■ay sp
led
of
one
motion* iiuirm sAar Aaa* M, fiX.
axes are imaiil tar Ar* years.
r^i-o-rtsto* far issaea at mimu: ac-
rued, duo sad base peaf abaaa issnial
1*14, oa seoosnt of psywitZfees
r taxes on soMlera' |a« maiHeae
Interest sn agr-Ktments te pa-Haass
— or otty Iota held Ity m—hsrs of
!ra^,saar«,,sf
nt to Marsh «, Hb*.    m
lUI-PURCHAHRt
LANOC
ot* Ms-own
Crown crmnts t
Crown  L-uids,  ,	
purchasers whs foflsd
Surchssa. InToletng Setts
llmsnt of oondMm-aaf
tere.it and tames. Whan
era do not claim whole of ol
BSsTS*--
Graaing Act,  ana, tm
development of bisslaua.
vides for •rraalng "
administration
Annual g-raatn-f
on numbers
Ushed    owners.     _
form AsBoolatlooe Iar
ment.   "*—■   -^	
for ee
to ten
NEW HARNESS SHOP
I have opened a new harness shop and am prepared
to make harness to order
and do all kinds of repair
work. Shop equipped with
modern machinery. All work
guaranteed:
C. A. Crawford

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