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 The world owes no man a living, but it owes every man an opportunity to make good
11
e_And KETTLE VALLEY ORCHARDIST,
EAR—No. 43
"Tell me what you Know l< trn•
I oin neM as well as ysw."C
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1925
Mmhrenn now hss forty Iwo men
nn the payroll. From ten ti t«elve
cu-liiade of ore art* hping shipped to
tbe Trail smelter weekly.
DR. W. A. RIDDLE
He it in charge of Canada's bu
reau at the headquarters of the
League of Nations at Geneva, which
comprises a staff of five officia's
Three more Canadians are attached
to the Labor office.
HALF MILLION
Fl
Development work is still being
prose utod at the Yankee Girl prop-
erty wast of the city. It is reported
that eome good looking ore hss
lately been enconutered.
Modest fortunes will be made by
oitiiens ot Pentioton and Beaverdell
through the sale, undet an option
bond, ot the Wallace Mountain
Mines, Limited, owners of tbe Billy
group .of thirteen silver claims on
Wallace mountain, to the Guggenheim interests, represented by tbe
Federal Mining 4 Smelting corns,
pany, for the sum of approximately
halt a million dollars, representing
about 160 per share for the capitalisation ot tbe company of 10,000
shares originally purchased at a par
value ot one dollar, says tbe Penticton Herald. The cbnclueion ot the
deal was announced by H. B. Mot
ley, managing dlr otor, today.
The Federal interests assume oona
trol ol the property on September 1,
with tbe privilege ol exeroising tbeir
option iater, but there is no doubt
but tbat the de-l will be fully com
pleted. This oompany already has
a number of claims on Wallace
mountain, and tbere is some talk ot
their establishing a concentrator,
although there is as yet oo quantity
of low grade ore on the hill, the
produciog mines being able to ship
the whole of tbeir ore after sorting.
The Sally group bas, thi last few
years, been one of the most profitable mining ventures in tbe provinoe, theo mpany last year paying
dividends in tbe neighborhood oi
500 per oent. Tbe last car of ore
shipped assayed over 600 ounces
of silver to tbe ton.
The olaims were originally staked
snd worked twenty five years ago
by the late Robert Wood and his
associates, but little prog-ess was
made in coping with insufficient
capital and lack of transportation
▲bout seven years ago the company
wu taken over almost entirely by
Penticton Pentioton people wbo had
faith in its future. Even tben
difficulties were many and muoli of
the stook changed -hands for trit»
ling sums. Only during tbe last
tew years has tbe property justified
the olaims of tbs promoters.
An offer ol halt a million dollars
is said to bave been made also for
the Bell mine, in t e same dintrict,
by Federal interests, but its owner,
Duno Mcintosh, turned it down.
Tbis property is also making a fine
record and is shipping a oarload of
high grade ore to tbe smelter each
month.
The Grand Forks Mining Synd
oale has been developing its property, formerly known as the English
and French, ten miles trom this oity
on tbe North Fork, during tbe past
few month, and this week made a
trial shipment of a oarload of ore to
the Trail smelter. If results come
up to expectations, further ship*
ments will undoubtedly bs made.
GRANT'S WEEKLY
MARKET REPORT
FROM CALGARY
Calgary, Sept. 2—The weather
bas become 8>-itUd{agsin. The re
cent raio and low temperature was
followed by a dryiog wind aad sunshine, and everything seems favors-
able for a good harvest ot excep
tionally fine grain.
Business is only fair, a feeling nf
uncertainty prevailing. Tomatoes
are rolling to market infer greater
volume than needed. Tuere iB a war
-in all over tbe camp and slashing
prices far below the profit margin is
going on. Edmonton repoits good
ripe touts selling at 75 cents whole
sale and 90 oents retail Saskatoon
wires that British Columbia toms
are being offered for 66 cents whole*
sale aod orabapples, Transcendent,
at tl 50 per crate and tbis on an
overloaded market.
During tbe week importations
from tbe United States bave been
exceptionally heavy, mostly in stone
fruit* and pears. Italian prunes
bave been rolling in, no doubt owing to their low i.o.b. price. Oregon
and Washington are both shipping
prunes. A serious loss bas been
taken in Walla Walla and Oregon
prunes owing to heavy development
of texture breakdown. In view of
the heavy importation ot Italian
prunes al a price enabling tbem to
retail Irom 90a to 11.16 per crate we
leel that tbe price of 11 per crate
f.o.b. shipping point, named in
last Bulletin lor British Columbia
prunes, will be out of line.
This morning a shipment ot oao«
taloupes in flats was received bere.
The pack Ib excellent. Tbe varieties
are Hearts of Gold, Hoodoo and
Pollook. The Pollock variety looks
particularly attractive Irom an nut-
ride viewponit,
II our correspondent "Struggling
Cantaloupe Grower" Irom Dog Lake
would send us bis name and address
we think we oould tell bim some
thing tbat might cbeer bim up.
Calgary wholesale prices:
Apples,B.C.,Ducbeas, Cgrade,
per box 12 00
Crate  1.65
Apples, B.C., Cellini C giade,
box   2.25
Orate  190
Apples, B C .Wealthy,C grade,
box  2 35
Crate, 1.90 to  2 00
Apples,   B C,   Qrevenetein,
crate, 2 00 to   2.26
Apples, B.C., Jeffries, crate... 1 90
Crabspples.BC.Transcendent,
Fancy, box, 1.50 to  160
Plums, B.C., Greengage, Columbia, Black Diamond, Yellow Egg, 1.50 to  2 25
Oar Arrivals—From British Columbia: 2 cars mixed vegetables, 9
cars mixed Iruit and vegetables, 2
cars potatoes, 1 car tomatoes, 1 oar
onions From Ontario: 1 Car plume.
From Oregon: 1 oar prune. From
California: 1 oar grapes. From
Washington: 6 oars peaches, 6 oars
prunes, 6 oars mixed Bruit, 3 cars
pears.
BANS "TRUTH SERUM"
Attorney General Nickle of Ontario, who has issued an order prohibiting the use of soopolamin, the
truth serum," which it was proposed to administer to a prisoner in
Windsor. Mr. Nickle points out that
the use of drugs in law is contrary to
British justice.
WILL ASK FOR
WEST GRAIN
ALLENBY MILL
Ottawa, Sept. 3.—The govr
ernor general returns to Ot
tawa at noon tomorrow and
itis expected that Premier
King will call upou him dnr-
ing the afternoon wiih 4
formal request for the dissolution of parliament.
The premier will probably
reserve the announcement of
dissolution until the following
day, however, when he speaks
at Richmond Hill.
Announcement of the election date may come simultaneously with that of dissolution.
Ottawa, Sept. 2.—Under an
order issued today by the railway commission, the Canadian Pacific aud Canadian National railways are instructed
to file tariffs, effective not
later the fifteenth of September, reducing rates on grain
and flour to Pacific ports for
export to the same rates, proportioned to distances, ns
grain aud flour would carry if
moving eastward for export.
Western Canada's figbt to obtain
equality in treatment on grain rates
and establish in tbe west an alls
Canadian grain route vith terminals
on tbe Pacific came td a successful
conclusion today wit tbe order of
the railway commission ordering
early revision of grain tariffs bv tbe
railways on tbe basis of equalization.
Tbe cbange will go into effect in
time to catch tbis season's flow ol
grain westward and give it tremendous impetus, declare grain brokers
of VuucoeAer.
Vancouver, it is expected, will
have only one problem this winter
—tbat of preventing congestion in I
its elevators, since the new grain
rates will result in a greater part ol
tbe grain oi western Canada seeking
outlet through tbat port.
The Princeton Star says
that H. C. Smith, general
manage.i of the Allenby Copper company, and the staff
under him, who have had
charge of the changes and
improvements which have
been carried out in the big
mill at Allenby, preparatory
to renewal of opcJation, ex4
press themselves as more
than pleased when the wheels'
were set in motion and actual
production commenced on
Monday morning.
At present 500 tuns of ore per day
is passing through the mill, but tbis
aniot nt will be increased until the
full capacity of the grinding ma
chinery—1000' tooB per day—is
reached. The lower portion of the
mil , or that part of the equipment
which treats the ore after it has been
ground to the required degree of
fineness, has capacity for treating
even a much larger amount of ore
than the grinding machinery.
PRINCESS COMING TO
CANADA
Commander Alexander Ramsay,
who is now in Canadian waters with
his flagship, the Calcutta, will be
joined at Quebec at the end of the
month by his wife, Lady Patricia
Ramsay, who is so popular witb Canadians as "Princess Pat." She will
go to the West Indies with him for
tbe coming winter.
The Granby oompany has started
to ship concentrates from Alledby
to the Trail smelter.
At the Rook Candy mine, north
ol the  oit/, Superintendent Dan
HARVESTING NOW
IN FULL SWING
No change of importance has taken
place in crop conditions during the
past week. Harvesting is in lull
swing in iheprarie prhvinces.al though
there bas been some delay from rain,
and witb favorable weather threshing
wi'l be general within the next few
days. Slight frosts with small dam
age is reported {rem northern sections. In Quebec province general
conditions are still \ erf good, and in
Ontario harvesting of abundont grain
orops is being completed in warm,
diy weather, In the Maritime provinces the outlook is promising, except
that apples are only fair,
In British Columbia heavy rains
have been of beneflt to all crops.
Threshing is general Wheat and
oats are above tbe average in the
Nioola valley. Roots, potatoes and
other vegetables will not be up to
average owing to the long drought,
Tomatoes are a good crop and hops
are about the average. The Okanagan
apple crop estimate is increasing to
60 per cent of the average, All fruit
is sizing and coloring well and it is
of good quality generally. Pears are
16 per cent of the average crop.
Plums and prunes are estimated at 30
pet- cent of the usual crop.
News of the City
An America was badly wrecked
near Gilpin last Saturday night
and two ol the occupants were
more or less injured. Tbe car wae
exceeding tbe speed limit by about
fifty milee an bour when it refused
to take a curve and crashed into a
stump.
FROM EVERYWHERE
Canadian bond sales during tne
week endlngj August 10th amounted
to (898,571, which brings the total
for the year Up to $247,069,160. Of
this sum $108,336,827 represents the
value of bonds sold In Canada; $27,-
978,333 in the United Kingdom, and
$116,746,000 in the United Statea.
R. A.   Brown,  of  Volctnic,   re
turned Wednesday evening from a
three months'   prospecting trip in
tbe northern part of the province.
Neil McCallum, stipendiary mag
istrate, thie week disposed of his
residential property in the West end
to W. A. Foote. Mr. McCallum will
leave shortly for Ontario, wbere be
intends to reside permanently. He
was one of the first settlers in Grand
Forks.
F, W. Russell's prospects ol being permanently cured ol oaocer are
improving, according to a letter re-
ceiyed in tbis city irom Savannah,
Mo., thia week.
Every boy's mind is an abode of
wonders if yon only knew what" was
going on thero
It may be that men might be hand
somer if they didn't have to think so
The Central fruit packing bouse
in this oity has commenced to make
carload shipments of apples to
prairie points.
If you can get joy to spend one day
with you, maybe the next time he'll
make a week cf it.
A. E. McDougail hae returned
from Greenwood, wbere he has been
eng ged in doing contract work (or
the past three weeks.
Lawyers are  always   willing   to
work with a will.
Six new Doukhobor schools-,
erected and paid for by the Christian
Community of Universal Brother
hood, are being rushed to completion to replace tbose burned in tbe
last couple ol years, brining tbe
number ol Doukhobor schools up
to ten. Tbe community is exceeding its promise made in June to
build lour such schools, and education officials are mucb pleased at
tbe spirit shown. Tbe only burned
Bchool not being replaced tbis sea.
son is the one at Spencer, wbose
pupils will be acsommodated at
Carson and Columbia schools. Tbe
new schools are at Outlook in this
district, and at Glade, Krestova and
Pass oreek, and two at Brilliant in
tbe Nelson district.
The pert *f Montreal is well on
its way this season te beat all previous records fer tonnage received as
statistics, ebtatned from the Harbor
Commissioners' office, show that
there Is a big increase in the number ef ships berthed Jn the port to
date, as compared with the number
for the same date laat year. Up to
August 8, 601 boats had docked here
and their total tonnage was 1,986,-
456, while «p to August 18, 1924,
only 587 vessels had tied up here
since the opening of navigation of
the 1924 seaaen, and their tonnage
waa 1,891,1*7.
One notable feature of the tourist seaaen ln tha Canadian Rockies
this summer haa been the demand
for saddle horses, according to J. M.
Gibbon, secretary of the Trail Riders, who recently returned to Montreal from the west. The practice is
growing ef sending the horses In advance to points where the trail
cresses a motor read and thus one
commences one's ride at a point
thirty or forty mllea from one's
headquarters. Thus the great cavalcade ef over ena hundred riders who
participated in the recent three-day
cross country ride between Marble
Canyon on the Banff-Windermere
Highway, to Wapta Bungalow Camp
on the Canadian Pacific Railway,
waa made possible and convenient
as lt took only two hours to convey
the riders from Banff and Lake
Louise by motor bus to the paints
of departure.
Twelve British newspapermen representing seme of the most important dailies in Great Britain, are
now making a six weeks' tour of the
country over Canadian Pacific lines.
The party will travel from Halifax
to the Pacific Coast taking in all
the important Industrial and scenic
points of the country. They will
spend a day at the Canadian National Exhibition at Toronto, and
will visit the famous Bungalow
Camps in Ontario, aa well as the
beauty spots in the Rockies. They
arrived at Quebec on August the
22nd, on the Montclare, the object
of the tour being to correct ln the
minds of representative British journalists the erroneous impressions recently made in England regardini
Canada by certain sections of th.
preaa.
HON. DR. KINO
GITODIT
Vancouver, Sept. 3.—No
body *n British Columbia was
more elated on Wednesday
night than Premier John
Oliver at the great victory
achieved in the freight rates
case.
The premier was showered
with congratulations by telephone and telegraph from all
parts of the province on the
successful outcome ofthe five-
year battle he has waged for
western recognition.
"The victory itself is the big thing,
of course," he said, "but I am alao
impressed with the fact tbat having
gained admission of the principle of
equalization on export grain rates,
our position is materially strengthened in our claim for tbe removal of
any discrimination arising from the
mountain scale.
"Ihe splendid part played by Hon
Dr. King, our minister at Ottawa, in
keeping the iisue before his colleagues
both in public and privately should
be publicly recognized, as tbe difficulty of his task can best be appre
ciated by cons ideration of that resolution of the dissenting commissioners on the board.
'* We unquestionably owe our vie*
tory very 'much to the impression
made upon Chief Commissioner Mc
Keown.
"The division oi opinion in the
board as reflected in the resolution of
the three old members, shows how
hopeless our case would hive been
had there been no changes in tbe
personnel of tbe commission.
"We appreciate very much the assistance obtained from the Vancouver
Sun and the press of the proviuce
generally, lor without the Sun's vigorous publicity campaign the result
could not have been achieved so soon.
"I should like to pay my tribute
also to the able manner in which uur
case waa pressed by the government
counsel, Mr. McGeer, and to express
my appreciation of tho snpport of
boards of trade and business men
generally,
"Were it not for their activity we
should uot be in the positioii we are
today."
HUNTING SEASON
OPENS SEPTEMBER 15
The opon season for deer,
grouse and ptarmigan will
open on Tuesday, September
15,and close on December 15.
The bag limit for deer is two
males and for grouse and
ptarmigan six of one species
or* twelve of all, total bag
limit fifty in the aggregate.
Grouse are reported to be
plentiful this year. THE SUN: GBAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
GMt* (Bratti. Jteka Bun
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Q. A. (VANS. EDITOR AHO PUBLISHER
-SUBSCRIPTION RATES—PAYABLE IN AOVANOE
One Tear (in Canada and Great Britain) $1.00
One Tear (in the United States)  1.50
Addresr -" ~-
Phori 101B
OFPTOB:   COLUMBIA AVENUE AND LAKE STREET.
'cations to
JThk Gkand Forks Btm
" Graud Forks, B. CJ
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1925
Notes • Notions • Notables
During the earthquakes in the western
states in July the newspapers frequently used
the word "tremqlor," which sent many readers to the dictionaries because the word is not
generally used. In late editions of accredited
dictionaries, however, the word may be found
as being of Spanish origin, and meaning earthquake.
ton university. Both machines are expected
to prove of great importance to psychological
and educational research and in industrial
statistical work. Tbey are said to complete
within an hour or so problems that usually
require many hours or even days.
Tbe Sacramento valley, because of its uniformly mild climate, is believed to be ideal for
the growing of silkworms and a large silkworm
farm has been started at Oroville,
The question is often asked," What is news?''
For short definition, most people would probably answer, "News is anything that you hear
for the first time."  This definition is as good
any other that might be made. An event that
happened this morning would not bo news to
some people, while an occurrence five or six
thousand years old would be news to   other.
Ancient history was not news to the men and
women whose deeds and actions it chronicles,
but it may be news to many readers of the
present generation.
The word "vitamine" was first used by Dr.
Casmir Funk, when he fancied he had prepared a pure or nearly pure form from rice
polishings by extracting them from -elcohol
and purifying the extract, which when applied
even in very small doses was capable of curing polyneuritis in pigeons in a startling manner. The derivation of the word is obvious,
from vita, life, and amine, an ammonia derivative, because it appeared to be a substance
necessary for the maintenance of life and
health and was thought to contain nitrogen in
amine form.
To a philosopher no circumstance, howeve
trifling, is too minute.
An English publicist, commenting upon
President Coolidge's recent explanation that
tbe prevalence of crime in the Stateajust now
is due rather to carelessness than criminality,
conttnds that tbis apology would have greatly
appealed to the redoubtable advocate Cobb of
"Cobb's Puzzle" fame. Cobbjs client, as the
story goes, was accused of stealing a duck,
and the serious point against the client was
that the duck was found in the man's pocket
Cobb put forth seven distinct and separate
defenses, viz.: First, the man had bought and
paid for the duck; second, he found it; thirdly,
it had been given to him; fourthly, it flew into
his garden; fifthly, he was asleep and someone
put it intq his pocket—and so forth. He was
asked on which of these defenses he wished to
rely, but replied that he had put them all before the jnry aud the jury might choose any
one of them. The jury did not choose, but it
acquitted the prisoner,
Any man who marries for sympathy will
need all he gets||
Say "Bayer"-Insist!
Unless you see the "Bayer
Cross" on tablets you are not
getting the genuine Bayer product proved safe by millions and
prescribed by physicians for 25
years.
l_j&f Bayer package
which contains proven directions
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists
Aspirin Is tbe trade mark (reglsteKd In
Canada) of l'i.::ir Manufacture of Mono-
aceticacldestcr of Sallcyllcacld.
Illustrative of the speed of a game bird on
' the wing is the plight of a cock partridge that
met his doom in an eastern city. A woman,
hearing an unusual sound, hastened to the
door in time to see bunch of feathers catapulted into her yard. She picked up the still
pulsating body of a partridge. Walking to a
spot twenty yards distant she found the head
of the partridge that had been completely
severed as it struck the telephone wire stretched along the street.
An authority on mental hygiene says there
is no foundation for the popular belief that
farmers' wives are more subject to insanity
than other women. A recent study of the first
aimissions to thirty-two hospitals in this
couutry shows that not only were fewer
women admitted from rural districts than
urban, but that the rate based upon the population of the same environment.for urban
women was almost twice that for rural. The
rate of first admissions in rural districts was
found to be much higher among males than
among females.
CITY REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
Applications for immediate purchase of Lots
and Acreage owned by the City, within the
Municipality, are invited.
Pricest—-From $25.00 per lot upwards.
Ter nun--Cash and approved payments.
List of Lots and prices may be seen at the
City Office.
JOHN 4. HUTTON.
City Clerk.
Man is made of dust, but in his slow way is
trying to be an angel.
Poems From Other Lands
China
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Smith were talking
over their plans for the summer. "So you
think you will go back to the same summer
resort you have been going to all tbese years?"
asked Mrs. Brown. Her friend hitched her
chair closer. "Oh, yes," sho said. "As I often
tell my husband, ij's like this. When all is
said and done, I really think that old friends
•tnd new scandals give one the most satisfac
tion."
A lady met a small child crying in the
street, and asked him what was the matter.
"I'm going to spend a penny," he sobbed,"aud
I haven't got it!"
Two different types of "mechanical brains"
—machines that perform the most complicated
mechanical prbblems automatically—recently
have been perfected separately by two young
inventors, Frank P. Gage of Boston and
Stuart C. Dodd, a graduate student of Prince-
AGAINST FRIVOLOUS PURSUITS
Like splendid robes appear the wings
Of tbe ephemeral fly;
And such the pomp of those great men,
Whieh soon in death shall liel
I grieve!    Would they bnt eome to mel
To teach them I should try.
The wings of the ephemeral fly
Are robes of colors gay;
And suoh tbe glory of those men,
Soon crumbling to decay!
I grievel   Would they but rest with mel
They'd learn a better way I
The ephemeral fly bursts from its hole,
With ganzy wings like snow;
So quick the rise, so quick tbe fall,
Of those great men we know!
I grieAe!   Would they but lodge with me,
Forth they would wiser go.
—From The Shi-King.
olncient History*
[Taken From Twenty-Year Old Sun Files.]
Dave Evans, freighter for tho McKinley
Mines, is the luckiest man in the Boundary.
Last Wednesday morning while hauling a
2500 pound load up the river, a 50-pound box
of 60 per cent gla.it powder fell off the wagon
near the smelter dam, and both wheels of tbe
wagon passed over it without causing an ex*
plosion. The funiest part of the whole thing
is that Dave does not yet know that he lost
the powder. It is a miracle that he was not
blown to atoms.
A pleasant event occurred in the machine
shop of tho Granby smelter at 5 o'clock yes'
terday afternoon, when J. C. McDonald, the
retiring master mechanic, was presented witb
a handsome silver loving cup by his fellow
workers. The smeltermen gathered around
him, James Cowie making the presentation
address.
John Topp has sold 1500 pounds of tomatoes, grown on half an acre of ground near
this city.
The Granby smelter will install a ninth furnace and increase the capacity of the plant to
3000 tons per day.
£. Kowlaedson, wife and four children, of
Cumberland, England, are late arrivals in the
city.
Laying of steel on the Curlew branch of tho
Great Northern is now well under way.
At the minute of going to press the prospects of peaoe between Jadan and Russia appear to be bright, but the war between the
two Nelson dailies will be continued indefinitely.
A  wise man doea his duty; a fool
does his friends—and lose? them.
Confidence of United States capital in the Dominion, optimistic preparations for thjtnew Canadian
financing*, prospects of a good crop,
large United States purchasing in
Canada, and heavy expenditures of
American tourists in the Dominion,
were aome of the reasons offered by
New York financial experts for the
consistent above par atand ef tha
Canadian dollar on the New York ax-
change. The Canadian dollar U now
at a premium on the New York exchange.
The total number of students ta
Canadian universities and cellegw
in 1924 waa 62,689, or nearly one to
eighteen of the total population, according to • bulletin iaaued by the
Dominion Bureau of Statistics.
Under the category ef colleges, tha
total number in 1924 was .88. Of thia
total six are agricultural, two technical, two Uw, one dental, one for
pharmacy, one for veterinary science,
28 theological, 89 affiliated, one
school for higher commercial studies,
one college of art and one military
college.
During the coming winter Canada
will see the debut of a new transportation device known as the Snow,
motor. This consists ef two hollow
cigar shaped cylinders er drums-te
which flanges, resembling cork
screws, are attached. These drums
are fixed to an automobile er tractor in the place ef the wheels and.
by rotating actually float the -machine over the anew. Tke snow*
motor is regarded as especially valuable in the transportation ef lumber; it can negotiate anew of any
depth and can operate in countries
where other methods ef traaspert*
tion are impossible or too costly and
can also make reads which ether
vehicles can use. It is manufactured j
In Detroit and will be en the market j
in Montreal during the i
tat.
Massey-Harris
IMPLEMENTS
We are agents for the well known Massey-
Harris line of farm equipment. Let us
figure on your needs.
A Complete Line of Garden Tools
MILLER & GARDNER
Furniture and Hardware
Widening the Field
Doubtless at the present time you use
the telephone for the purpose of having
social communications with friends in
your community. With the .same ease
you can add to your telephone calling
list those friends who reside many miles
away, for the long distance telephone is
well suited to friendly talk trips.
Better a  little well keptr than a|
great deai forgotten.
YOUNG AT 50
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Wrinkles, hard lines and blemishes
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ful appearance and tingling blood, of
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life and the realisation tbat Time has
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it gives the entire system a feeling of
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You will never regret the slight eost
Incurred for such incalculable bene,
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3 Dollars per bottle, dispatched in
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Obtainable from
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106, Liverpool Road,|Bar_sbu-*y,
British  Columbia Telephone
Company
ABAR6AILNINNEWSPAPERS
An Opportunity to Win 15.000
A Beautiful Art Calender Free
- The Grand Forka Sua has oonoluded an arrangement with The
Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal by whioh we ean offer the
greatest bargain ever given to newspaper readers.
The offer includes a full year's subscription to both papers, an art oalj
endar with a most beautiful picture subjeot ready for framing, and an opportunity to win a priie of #5,000 oash.
In the Federal Election of 1921 there were 3,119,306 votes east out of
a total of 4,435,310 names on the voters list.
How many votes will be polled in tbe next Federal Eleotion*
The Esraly Herald and Weekly Star are offering Ten Thousand Dollars
in94 prises for the beit estimate, and our arrangement with the publishers
of that great weekly gives every Qrand Forks Sun subscriber an opportunity
to make an estimate and perhaps win the eapital priie of 15,000. Some person
will win.    Why should it not be yout
Read This Bargain
The Grand Forka Sun Costs 91*00 per Year.
The Family Herald and Weekly Star Costa 91.00
per Year.
We now offer a f nil year's subscription to both papers, inoludlng a oopy
of The Family Herald Art Calendar and the right to make one estimate in
Tbe Family Herald Eleotion Contest.
AU for $1.50
Estimates must bs made at time of subscribing, and no ohanges will ba
permitted afterwards.
Order Now at This Offloe
iThe GBAND FORKSSUN THE SUN: GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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Sun's P age gf People and Events of Passing News Interest
HT*
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Nova Scotia Interior as Moose Pasture
OFF FOP ~<U- UAPPV MUMTIMG GDOUKOS
Sam
CLODfe.
Imoian Guide
■Viova ocptui ... .. country of lake.
is and streams, offering many ide.-'
. .u.oe trips, and the interior is .
j-xeat moose pasture. Ideal, toe
is the moose hunting, because bot)
tho canoe and- automobile are used
by hunters and guides, thus savini
many miles of weary hil.in-
through the wilderness. On ths
Liverpool chain of lakes reached
from South Milford via Annnnoli.
Royal or Digby, and on Lake Kcd
Smakoofe, Lake Rossignol, Lata
unro, Loon Lake and the Liverpool River expert Indian and white
Siides use the canoes for long dis-
nese and even call the moose tr
the shore with their birch barl
hems': When some distant pent k
te be reached from "Del" Thomas'
ftouth Milford camp, canoes, guides,
hunter-- and duffle are loaded upon
J|> big motor truck for the journey.
\
South Milford is IS miles irom
Annapolis Royal and is a favorite
outfitting point. So is the Kedge-
makooge Rod and Gun Club, on
famous Lake Kedgemakooge, ir. the
heart of the wilderness 36 miles
from Annapolis Royal. Both oi
these camps have ample accommodations and plenty of canoes and
reliable  guides.
The Nova Scotian moose season
lasts from Oct. 1 to Nov. 15.   Deer
I are as plentiful as moose, and the
open season for this came lasts from
iQst. lft I* «0V. 31,
**•       ^^U.T """MAOs-OW,
Expect Moose CAi_.ee
Although large nuiuucis oi L.uOai
are shot each year, many with mag
ificent "spreads," the annual in-
r<*8se is [said to equal the kill
Such guides es Louis Harlow, half-
breed Micmac and Sam Globe, full-
blooded Indian, are expert moost-
callers and stalkers and rarely disappoint the hunter. The cleverness
with which they simulate the calls
of the cow moose with a simple roi!
oi birch bark fashioned intc a horn,
is sare to fool the wisest old bull
in the wilderness. When the calling
season is past, the moose no longei
comes to the hunter and the huntei
must go to him. Neither canoe,
nor automobile figures much in thi?
phase of moose hunting except thai
one, or hoth, mny help the hunter
rear the place where the nuapry ir,
posed to bc ar.d carry him horns
tike hunt is over.
Watchmen Who Never Sleep
Top left—(shown bow they KUar.l (he approach to the
Kelssar Horae Pn«»( right, the paaaase tlsrouKh the Paaa
Itarlf, and the Palllaer Tunnel  (below).
Comparatively few of the thousand- of miles of railroad
in Canada are electrified, but there is no railway
organization which does not rely to a greater or lesser
extent on electricity as an aid to el icient operation and
service. Electricity plays an important part in all of the
great Railroad Shops through the country. Some trains
and cars are operated by power directly transmitted or
stored In batteries. Bridges are operated, and a thousand
and one electrical devices are in constant use which
beside being labor saving do away vith the human element which might make for inefficiency. Numbered
among these are the automatic Block Signals which one
finds distributed along the line of tl e Canadian Pacific,
and notices particularly in the Rocky Mountain passes
where they are more urgently required.
' To the average layman an automatic signal is just a
signal, and the general public is a ily interested in it
because it gives added protection, or rather eliminates
possible danger from the portion of truck which it governs.
To the railroad official it is more. It acts as watchman
against broken rails, open switches, s fouled track or any
other obstruction. Through a circuit in the rail thia ta
accomplished, and if the circuit be broken, for tbe reason
that another train is occupying the block, or that there ta
an open switch, a broken rail, washout or other obstruction, then the train approaching the signal may not pasa.
And while it awaits a through signal, trains following la
the rear may not approach for tne_ reason that they ue
also Btopped by un automatic signal which will -not
release them until the preceding train has passed from
that section of the track which they desire to enter.
A perfect system. No electrical circuit — no through
signal — no train may pass.
The value of this system in the Rockies ean hardly
be ov-r-estimated. Not only is labor saved, but tht
company is able -n niisure ahsolsite protection.
$1 Brings The Sun to You for 1 Year THE SUN: GRAND POEKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
DON'T HESITATE!
PHONE 101R
FOR FINE PRIJiTIWG
NEWS OFTHE CITY
It is reported that wbile Premier
Oliver  was in  Nelson last week be
was noticed one morning surrounded by a Doukhobor delegation from
Brilliant   Tbe Donks did not look
for a favorable place to tackle   tbe
premier but nailed bim on Nelson's
main   street   corner.    Wbat   Iran
spired   is  not known, but Premie
Oliver was beard to  say,   "It's no!
use you coming to the government
for a loao, Mr. Shukin, for you can
not get ooe." Needless to  say, Pre.
mier Oliver bad a hard time  shaking hiB Doukhobor   friends.    Presumably tbey had been applying to
bim for financial assistance for tbe
colonists.
vantage. When tbe new rate is
made known it certainly will bring
a rush of subscribers to th: Family
Herald. One Dollar is a small
amount for such a great paper.
The Sun Presses have twice tbe
speed   of   any otber presses
Boundary.   We can save you
on botb long and sbort tuns
meroial printing and give yon
perior class of work.
flOO tuts,   il •
sjn the III
'JK| Guaranteed Laundry-Powder
Neutral Soap Pulverized
Hon. A. M. Manson, attorney
general, came dowo from Greenwood oa 8unday and remained in
tbe city until Monday.
R; Baird, inspector of municipalities, was in the city oo Saturday on bie regular tour of inspection through tbe province,
Od Labor day, September 7, tbe
post office delivery wicket will be
open for one hour only, from 9 till
10 a.m. Mail for boxes will be sorted
ae usual upon arrival of trains.
The public and bigb schools
throughout the province will open
on Tuesday morning next for tbe
fall and winter term.
Next Monday will be Labor day.
If you bave no work to do at bome,
your neighbor may require some
assistance.     	
Mrs. E. Bailey left for Spokane
yesterday, having received word
tbat ber sister in that cily bad suf.
tered a paralytic stroke.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Reid left yes-tern
day for a visit to Spokane.
From Nelson comes tbe following
dispatchi "I told you so," is the
declaration of those who opposed
the eleotion of young Peter Veregin
of Russia to succeed his father as
head of tbe Doukhobor sect and
president of the Cbeistian Coma
iounity of Univeraal Brotherhood,
no reoipt of advises that Veregin's
•ieparture for Canada is again de-
liyed, It is stated tbat he proposes
to send bis mother ahead and to
I'.ome as soon as his affairs in Russia
are wound np.
Interesting Announcement
Word comes from Mootreal tbat
tbat great family and farm paper
'ibe Family Herald and Weekly Star
bas been enabled to reduce its sub
scriptioD price to Ooe Dollar a year.
This certainly will be interesting
news in every Canadian bome wbere
the Family Herald is known and to
many wbo will avail themselves of
tbe offer. At two Dollars a year
Tbe Family Herald aDd Weekly
Star was generally admitted to be
good value, in fact big value, but
w en reduced to One Dollsr a year
it will certainly be tbe marvel of
tbe newspaper world.
Canada is proud of that great
Weekly, and bas every reason to be
so, as it has no superior and few
equals in the world today. Tbe
publishers annouuce that notwithstanding tbe chaoge iD price evary
feature will Dot oly be maintained
but improvements will follow. Tbe
publishers are fortunate in being in
an financial position to do this", aDd
Canadian homes will bave the   ad-
K. SCHEER
Wholesale ond Retail
TOBACCONIST
outer jiu
Havana Cigars, Pipes
Confectionery
SNAPS
WHAT WILL THESE
BE WORTH
IN 1935?
S. T. HULL
Eatabliahed 1910
RealEstate and Insurance
Baaldent Ajreat Grnnd forks Tow mite
Company, Limited
TheRayalTrustGo
Selling out the Wilgress
Estate holdings at
Grand Forks
Assessed
Lot 30, Block5 $125
Lots 30-31, Block 18.... 200
Lots 9-10, Block 21  250
Lots 28-29, Block 24.... 120
Lot 11, Block 26     80
Lot 3, Block 31  100
All in Plan 35.
$10.00 down and $5.00
monthly. Any Reasonable Offer will be
considered for Property as a whole or
otherwise.
George C. Egg
Real Estate Agent
Royal Bank Building
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Imperial Billiard Parlor
Grand Forks, It. C.
RADIO
Repair Work.
Set Building Done
to Order.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
F. O. BIRD
P. O. Boa 82       Member N.B.I.
Fanne    JOreh—fde    City Property
-kaanta at Neluoii, Calgary, Wlhnlpeg *-**
other Prairie point.. ▼anooa<-er *>—n» :
PBNDBBIN.      TMBNT9
BATTHNBU      LANDS LTIf.
Biti.bllBhedlnl910.weai-* is apotlllnn in
furnl«h reliable Information <"Hse*nlii|r this
district.
Write for free literature
E.G, Henniger Co.
Grain. Hay
Flour and Feed
Lime and Salt
jfCeraentand Plaster
Poultry Supplies
Grand Forks, B. Ce
Will not injure any fabric. For washing woolens,
wool socks, lace curtain--, dishes, and for all
household use. Washes clothes sweet and clean.
CITY GROCERY
Phone 25 "Service and Quality"
S-hipYourCream to
The Kettle Valley
Creamery Go.
We pay the highest prioe and assure
you thc most accurate test. Give your
local creamery your trade.
KITH HUB CIElUt tWUT
BIDE THEM* ON CLEVELAND
IT brings the whole country for miles around within easy reaeh.
Have you seen the new models! They're as graceful as swallows! Aa
bright as new coin! As weatherproof as a duck? Automobile Steel
Bearings. Frame of English Seamless Steel Tubing, Hard Maple
Rims. Hercules Brake. Everything oomplete. Beal Quality. Real
Value. Easy Terms. We are tbe people to mount you right.
J. R. MOOYBOER g^8__ft&
Open Saturday Ereninfte Till 10 o'Cloek
Our
Hobby
BARGAINS
Get the habit of
trading at our
■tore'   ~...3
We have exceptionally good bar*
gains in all our
departments
DONALDSON:
S
PbomM
Nearly 500 pages, and every page of merchandise bringing a message of economy to the
Western household. Twenty years' service to
the West from Winnipeg lies behind this publication—years of leadership in meeting the
needs of this great country we serve.
Strong, consistent policy has maintained a merchandising standard tliat makes tbe EATON
Catalogue a Buying Guide for the Western
householder. This new book Is a message of
economy to Western shoppers.
If the EATON Fall and Winter Catalogue haa not yet reached your home>
WRITE TO US FOR A FREE COPY.
You will profit by purchasing from it.
-.•T.EATON C°
IS
Good
Printing
rpHE value of well-
printed* neat appearing stationery as
a means of getting and
holding desirable business has been amply
demonstrated. Consult us before, going
elsewhere*
Wedding invitations
Ball programs
Business cards
Visiting cards
Shi~ing tags
Letterheads
Statements
Noteheads
Pamphlets
Prioe lists
Envelopes
Billheads
Circulars
Dodgers
Posters
Menus
New Type
Latest Style;
Faees
GRAND FORKS
Transfer Co.
j. davis 8 Hansen; Pr^i j
City Baggage and General
Transfer^
-f
Coal,
Wood and
for Sale
Ice
Office at [R. I. Pettis's Store
PIhmh-64
Y£0e~_SaTi»TSh^
Razor Honing a Specialty*
2*1
THE SUN
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Yam Horn, First'* i i
MNWSOF .
UNDACTMNDMENTC
PM-IMmON*
-rem* laa* may ke sss ssssSst br
EMS* _kj«rts a
to kaaasas Britlahauhjeota.
hjeota ever p-feart tt act
taatarias tnunU
Oondl-
t   (ar   aartoDttunU
 ,_    pra--n»tw_,   t*
firm ta Bulletin No. J. Laad tb*****.
"BMr te Tr* wspt Lead," eeptae ef
-rhtoh aan he *btala*d-free et charge
by alstiisatmr tbe Papal Uaol at
Load* Victoria, SVO, at ba ear «•»-
oruatat Agent
Reaataa —111 fee mate* oevertag
-niy land suitable tar   agrit-ultuial
la not tlmber-
ovor MM  boar*
mat aora waat at the Costa* Rang*
MM fact par aere east ot (tet
puraoata, en* whlo!
aad. Us ea-r-rying
teat Mr aora vaal*
THE HUB—Bring your boot
and shoe repairs to my
shop for neat and prompt
work. Look for the big
boot.—GEO.  ARMSON
PICTURES
Ml PICTURE FRAMIM
Furniture Made to Order.
Alao Repairing of ail Kind*.
Upholstering Neatly Done
R. G. McCOTCHBON
WIMUMAVH0I
FORSALE_
One good top buggy; or
will exchange for good
fresh, or to freshen shortly, milch cow.
MRS. R. RITCHIE,
Christina Lake, B.C.
A. E. MCDOUGALL
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
* pra-oiapUona or*
to he alitnani te the Lea*' Cera-
rata-donar at the Laad Recording Dl
vWea, la yt-bttt the land appilod tar
la situated, aad sta a—a* on printed
amain el —blah eaa be eh-
ires* the Land C*rnmlaaloner.
moat be occupied for
Ave lean aad ktsptsrwasasats made
te value at fit par aora, lnoludlnt
olaartng aad eultlv-etlng at laaet St*
batata -      . -
per aoro,
Ivatlng at
a Crown Grant oan bo
to
Mlon aee
F»*«-s-miii
rnootved.
Wss* ss
th*   Bulletin     "How
a
PURCHASE
AepUeetlon* aro rooolvod tor pt r
ohaa* of Taoaat and unreeorved
Orown lande, aet being tlmberbus-l.
(or aarioultural purpo***; minimuns
prlea of ftrat-olaao (arable) land la fl
por aoro, and eeeond-otaae (graaing)
laad |M4 par aoro. Further Infer
motloa regarding purohaae or lea**
of Crown landa la given In Bulletl 1
Hit, 111, lsand Serleo, Turoboao and
Saa** at Crown Landa."
Wil. taetory, or Induatrial alu* on
tl-hor laad, aet exceeding 40 aere*.
 to purohased er leased, tha con
Including*      pa—nam      i-f
HOMESITE LIASES
Oa—najad aroaa, aet «rto«*dlng H
aor**, may h* laaead aa homealtaa,
ooBslltlonal upon a dwelling, butm-
*r*ot*d In th* flnt roar, title b-ln-:
obtalnablo after realdence ar.t In.
proTomant oondltlona ar* fulfilled
" " l* ba*n surveyed.
a Iff luraental Work*
Asbeetoo Frit", ur ■> Co. Roafins
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
BOX 332
GRAND FORKS. B. C
LIASES
For a—wing and Induatrial pur
poaaa aroaa aet arooartlng tes nm**
tsar be leaaed by one poraon br a
GRAZING
dlrlded tat* graslng -atriett
aad th* rang* admlnlatered
Uattter tto Oraalng Aet Ika Tttr-
*****! •-• " '
rang*
Oraalng Commieeloner. i Annual
graaing permits ar* Iaaued baaed on
nnaibara ranged, priority being given
to established owner*. Stook-owner*
may form aaaoclatlona for range
management ' Free, or partially free,
"irmlta  an available   tor    .*•!>—*,.
nmperi-   and   tr-s-ellera,   Uf   to   «  *

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