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 Many people who work their own selfish end persuade themselves that they are working for the good
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The Administration Gets
- a Majority of 5 When
Opposition    Springs  a
Test   of  Strength Mo.
tion
Victoria, November 18.—Conser
vativea io the provincial legislature
yesterday forced a sudden lest of
party strength with a straight no.
(ion of lack of confidence in tbe
government, and were defeated by
25 votes to 20.
The government's victory io the
first division of tbe session came on
an amendment on tbe address in
reply to tbe speech from tbe throne,
moved by Col. C. W. Peck, V.C.,
regretting that the government bad
not giveu cabinet representatioo witb
portfolio to Vancouver.
Col. Peck's lack of confidence
resolution came as a dramatic break
in tbe proceedings of tbe house and
its prompt rejection closed up the
debate on tbe address, wbicb bad
been proceeding since the house
opened.
All Liberal members for Vanoouver voted against tbe Peck amend*
meat.
Even Charles' Wsodward.who had
assailed the government publicly
for not giving Vancouver a oabioet
minister, refused to support the
Conservative motion on the ground
tbat it was a political trick aod tbat
the dispute over cabinet repreenttu
tion was a -'family quarrel" in which
the opposition had no place.
All Conservatives in tbe bouee
voted for the. Peck motion aud were
supported by Qeorge Walkem and
A. MeCreery, Provincial party, R.
P. Neelands and F. A. Browne, Labor. Tbe government reoeived the
support of D A. Stoddard, Provio
oial, Toomas Uphill, Labor, and
Major R. J. Burde, Independent.
Passing of Captain
P. S. Thompson
Captain Pbiiip Stephens Thompson, aged 47 yeart), - months and
27 days, died in the Qrand Forks
hospital last Friday afternoon foi
lowing an oper tion, wbicb bad
been performed - week prior to bis
deatb. For a few days after tbe
operation tbe patient gave Bigus of
recovery, but oo Friday be took a
jelapse and pissed peacefully away.
Ths fuoenl was held on Sunday
afternoon, aud it was oue of tbe
most largely attend-d beld iu the
city in recent years.
Captain Thompson btuved with
the British forces during the Great
war. Immedi»tely nfter the war he
mirried Hnd came to Canada, local-
i g in Qrand Firsts, where be pur
ohased a fruit ranch, and be foi
lowed lbe occupation of a fruit
grower. He also took a keen inter,
est in lbe Boy Scout movement, and
J. A. Campbell
Editor of the Communist paper in
Qreat Britain who is oue of twelve
Communists on trial in London for
attempting to create uurest amon;<
the people.
I'; •;i««iWv»-t|t»*y
■■■■-l-P
t*J.nd KETTLE VALLEV ORCHARDISTJ
TVV^tV-FIFTH YEAR—No. 3
"Tell me what you Know Is true
I can (ucss as well as you. "I*"
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925
has been scoutmaster of the local
troop ever since he came here.
He was a splendid type of a citizen
and hie passing is keenly lamented
hv everybodv in the cimmunity.
He is survived by his wife nnd a
young daughter, to whom public
nympnthy is extended in their sad
bereavement of a kind and loving
husband and father.
FULL RETURNS
TMICT
Stirling's Majority Over
Edgett Is Announced
by the Returning Officer as 2701
W. C. Keiley, returning officer
for Yale electoral district, last week
officially announced the majority of
Orote Stirling, Conservative, over
Col. C. B. Edgett, Liberal, as 2701,
but in the communication received
by The Sun from him the respective
total vote was not stated. The figures
are now available from tbe
polls reports from whicb were
missing wben The Sun ast painted
tbe returns.
Mr. Stirling's majority is one of
tbe laigeot, if not tbe largest, in
British Columbia, and shows a tremendous iocretts. over the figure of
399 by which he defeated Mayor
Sutherland of Kelowna io tbe by-
election of 1924.
Qrand Forks Green wood-
Stirling. Edgett
Beaverdell      48
Boundary Falls       12
18 FIRST PRIZES
E
Bridesville., ^^^^^^
Brown Creek	
Carmi	
Cascade	
Chrislian Valiey	
Eholt	
Fife	
Qieenwood	
Qrand Forks 	
Midway Mother Lode...
P ulson	
Riverside	
Rock Creek	
Sidley .-	
Westbridge  	
North Ukanagau-
Armstroiig	
Asbton Crerk	
B. X. Poll  ...
Coldstream	
Cnuituonage	
Deep Creek	
Enaerby	
JOwuig's Landing ...
(irandvi'w Btn-'h ..
Qrindrod	
Hilton	
Hullcar	
Hupel	
Kedleston	
Lavinpt.'ti	
Lumhy	
Mabel L»k • 	
Mara	
Okanaei-'	
Oka* a.'iM L'tidit'g .
Ovm •    ..
I'ri'ii'v Volley	
Vernon   	
36
20
9
51
7
4
23
96
456
42
5
51
50
IU
20
33
17
27
12
12
31
8
0
19
111
254
37
3
17
16
9
17
939     632
412
21
86
115
21
22
211
44
6
69
26
30
31
13
44
104
31
40
50
79
11-2
4
839
338
19
20
38
3
25
148
4
lo
29
23
42
13
9
25
l'-'S
17
44
27
49
54
9
.576
2409~ 1655
South 0!<amtgas*i—
Bear Creek   13 8
Renvoulin  65 36
K*st Kelowot  98 51
Ellison  56 40
Faulder.Mi'-'eola   14 7
Glenmor  55 36
Joe Rich ."  8 6
Kelowna  886 587
Saramata   80 41
Okanagan Centre   41 12
Peachland  152 57
Reid's Landing  5 3
Rutland  164 101
South Kelowna  95 22
Summerland  150 121
Westbank     81 51
West Sdmmer and  296 202
BoxofO.K. Delicious Won Clothier   and    Nordman
Sweepstake as Best Apple of Any Variety in
the Show
Col. Herb Lennox
I The candidate who defeated  Premier
King in the federal election.
Wiufield   78 fig
2337 1440
Similkameen—
Allen Qrove  8 11
Allenby  .' „„', 27 41
Blakeburn   25 67
Cawston  62 31
Coalmont  39 39
Copper Mountain   11 11
Hedley  100 39
Kaleden   49 7
Keremeos  176 84
Nickel Plate  . 24 25
Okanagan Falls   *49 23
Oliver  152 76
Osoyoos   27 5
Princeton  254 171
Penticton  865 492
Tulameen  16 22
1887 1134
Grand total  7572 4861
British Columbia apples continue
to demonstrate tbeir superior qunlij
ties The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, held each fall in Toronto,
is undoubtedly the greatest apple
show beld in Canada, attracting exhibits from all parts of tbe country
tbat produce apples. Word has
just been received by the Associal-d
Growers tbat tbeir exhibits this year
took eighteen first prizes and one
fourth prize, in addition to wbicb a
box of O. K. Delicious won tbe
sweepstake as being tbe best box of
apples of any variety io the sbow.
This follows close after the Imperial Fruit Sbow whicb wae opened
in London on Octjber 30, at wbicb
the Associated, for tbe tbird time in
Succession, won the Challenge cup
offered for the beet dessert apples io
the British empire, and also won
nine first, rive second two third
prizes.
The advertising value of sucb
demonstrations of tbe comparative
quality of Britieh Columbia apple*
and those produced elsewhere is
very great and nothing could better
enhance the reputation of our fruit
io the world's markets.
Will Develop the Elkhorn Fraction Property
Near G teen wood
A lease and bond of $55,000 is
reported to bave been taken ou tbe
Elkhorn Fraction property, near
Qreenwood, by Roy Clotbier and
Ed Nordman, former successful
operators in tbe'great Beaverdell
camp.
Mr. Clotbier and Mr. Nordman
have been interested in the Beaver-
doll camp for some time aod it is
tbeir intention now to develop tbe
Elkhorn Fraction. Qeorge S Walters, Dan McGinnis and Qeorge
Hambly secured the Elkhorn Free
tion from D. McKenbie last fall
under a 14000 bond, and some weeks
sgo a good strike of ore was made
which rivals Ibat recently struck in
the Beaverdell camp."
THE WEATHER
The following is the minimum
and maximum temperature for each
day during the past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Law's ranch:
Max. Min.
Nov. 13—Friday 43 33
14—Saturday    43 31
15—Sunday '40 32
16—Monday  48 36
17—Tuesday    43 37
18—Wednesday  47 36
19—Thursday  51 41
Inches
Rainfall ; 14
Of LEGISLATIVE
Winter Time is Carnival Time in Banff
Banff in winter time ia fairyland. Shafts of the sun
strike the white snow-covered mountains and valleys
of the Canadian Rockies, changing them into a landscape
of flashing irrideacence. Colore — blue, red, green and
purple — dance over the scene, aa gaily costumed
devotees of the snow shoe, the skate and the ski move in
the pastel of the great outdoors.
Fancy skaters swing gracefully Into intricate figures
on the rinks. Ski jumpers thrill the spectators with their
marvellous leaps through the air from the ski jump on the
top of a nearby mountain. Ski-jorers dash down the
Bow River behind fleet mountain ponies. Blanket-coated
snow-shoe trampers take the trail to the snowy woodland.*. In the evening, the brilliant sceno is softened by
the silvei gleam of the moon.
Wintei time is carnival time in Banff. February 3rd to
17th has been aet for the Vt).. Winter Carnival, and Mrs.
Basil Gardom has been .chosen aa the fair Queen. A
splendid palace of glittering ice, sparkling with myriads
of bright colored electric lights is being built for the
chosen beauty. With true regal pomp and splendor she
will be crowned and seated on her throne as the culminating triumph of the carnival.
Trains pull into the station at Banff. Passcngera on
their way west stop off to disport themselves in the
snowy, gay little town. Passengers on their way east
delay long enough to see the famous ski jumpers breaking
world records. Passengers from both east and west with
Banff as their objective, and snow shoes, skates and skis
in their luggage, hurry to attend the festivities in honor
of the carnivalauecn.
Finance Minister Mac-
Lean Says That the Net
Debt of the Province Ia
Only $43,266,221
Victoria, November 19.—With
the session of tbe legislature oow
ia its tbird week, the predictions
that tbe Oliver g tiveroment faced
dire calamity, if not extinction, have
gone tbe way of similar predictions
io tbe past. The administration is
faced witb rbe handling of some of
the most serious questions ever bee
fore tbe people of this province, but
Premier Oliver appears able to
handle them.
To the experienced observer io tbt
legislative press gallery ihe opposi*
tioo have brought forth nothing of
constructive criticism and are contenting themselves with hammering
away at tbe government fortress in
hope that "something may bap-
pen." And nothing appears likely
tb happen lhat will embarrass the
Liberal government. True, tbe Pa»
cific Qreat Eastern railway problem
must be wrestled witb again tbis
year.butbef.rethe session ends itis
fully expected tbat provision wilfbe
made for the oaring for of the pro
vincial line until suoh time as it be-
oomes incorporated in one of the
main Canadian railway systems.
Tbe attack on the government for
the responsibility of over-commitments on the University of British
Columbia has fallen flat. The
people of British Columbia apparently are fully aware of the Importance of this new instution and pre.
fer to stand behind tbe administration that has had the courage to
construct tbe new buildings, ratber
tha.n join government critics in persecuting tbe government forspend,
iog—necessarily—more money than"
was technically provided last session
In the eyes of businessmen snd
those beet qualified to judge, the
Dew iostitution itself is tbe best an.
Bwer to opposition detractors.
Hod. J. D. MacLean, minister of
fioance, has again effectively ao.
swered tbe calamity bowlers wbo
hive seen British Columbia going to
the dogs and being swallowed up in
a mire of debt. In a staicaient given
to the bouse tbe minister shows that
tbe net debt of British Columbia lg
only $43,206,221, wbile the cross
debt is given at 176,886,240. From
tbe gross must be deducted 116,-
525,000 of sinkiog funds and £17,-
136,242 described as revenues-producing debt. Despite lbe fact tbst
money bad to be boorowed, the net
debt only increased a mere 1138,000
for the year.
At least one Conservative member
ol tbe legislature is anxious to "get
dowo to business," and in deprecating the tioie wasted in useless po-
Jitical jockeying fur political | o-i-
tion the member for Salmon A'in
But expressed an opinion held hy a
a large section of )he public More
tban hall tbe entire time nf the gov.
ernment is spent in meeling nppnei*
tion attacks, whereas ths real doty
of opposition representjtives i* m
sadist in cotia riiciing hem tidal
legislation, so that the welfare ol
the country may Oe cared for. And
just so long as tbe electorate pu 'ic
members to tbe legislature wbo ci-ek
only party preferment before eveiy-
thing else, just so long will an«
chosen administration find i'-*lf
Beriously hampered in a'lt-ndii g to
tlr) affairs of lbe people.
The fellow who first diso*iv*-r*H
that honesty is the best policy had
evidently tried them all.
pe.ir to have mir'sud   the  train   this
week. THE SUN: GBAND FOBKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
-j?-jSffff"' IpTPcTpat   The man who lives on  his pripci;
un
oildiiq etiWVwrvfc"*** %ai/
A. EVANS, EDITOR AHO PUBL!S'<£B
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
eat Britain) $1.00
3V1WD
mm
dpi Grakd
UMBIA AVI NUE AND LAKE 8TBEET.
,};5% .be tries to cheat.
AY, NOVEMBEBJA 1925
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fetSC^isi'ilila'ptWe'ii^pei'tihetice forX Brit-
a Tory
fed'tidridr
touli
J? n
ree journa
The majority
'""te^te^l^^ry, the head ef the United
States Steel o»rj^ral"30n^is wedited the most
apt reply to ^a^ti^i^f;^^k^l0Ubd/'V-Db
you think steifslock^ a
woman once asked him.   "Yes,/ was* the an-
-out/ ..«
}.,/' ■>*ir,» wfi'P'B-?!* - nwspap^r—especiafl
CT^^-n^i* p,imj iff
* ''wnair to dpnndeij.tbe piesent^mb
tio-nsr in' fVde'raf'' pol i tic sa, pand
will therefore rejoice that 'thf*
^Iggtendered himby Wc or t
this province ■was' am fijjpded.
j
rrials in
of tbe Canadian peqple,,,\rlio«» minds afe-Tiot
too'toadly w^lrpel "tyy poJitu$j»i,-bias; iwiUevem--1
:! "iiSlly;1abiiie,,.ito ,the .coBal^8\9flJtfhat)jJBcemierj
''ftitjl^t^p^jthairighfc -Sour-sK   H-td ^l^gtjy«^9r
,tft9qfi,j,;,iP^ign«d !aud 'aj aiw    government
... -rfj&nj Mt loioiWJ! P# I\\% hjp(]a9fafldfl ' Attltflf;
,i'Meigheft"'it;cou1(J|';^V,)k'/e ckmed oq for'a'
week unless, the,'Qpa^ervj-^ijv'e. pl-a'tforni'J had
' • beyrj^cr^pj-je^ ,a^id ths i Hv Consel-vati ve rht^h-
bars hadi ftjgMeA stedviolJt ^''&very*pledge they
!|]^<^^li^rtile%n^ltfa%lll)yc^Si irxtia-gi<->6&&J!ldlKia l<tiaib
SniT(P8*gni ibacausti the*'(Hatfoiins of 'tbe'Con'serva*
ni    tive'party 'atfd 'the JPicpbr^ssive, Labor and
Independent parties are,| we^oocHiable, i jt^'
K^-^th^ttem^e/s .Qf thSi-three WB^^edi^^Ues
^^o8^*!©^**^^*!^^^!!^ tfhetail wotild
ha,ve .wagged ifche bead?-lit it had been unable
tp, do ad,"W& Would have had, apptheji ■ eleotion
, i.i ioiimMwirili^.^^^^^ptemier called a hew
■ ! eietetiptf hirtsej^ ^p^cLjjkely havft ^m^#
u!imi- apaenn        it that ilsssi   nf   wrWixi.   r.*a   U-\C
IS
Bi -•abgt
1(1    Ml:
K»d  i'
iinJ
oi
*d
•si-
10
paj is like Heine's mpofcey.' This foolish irttio
animcl was found one day before the fire gayly
ocrpking his own tail for dinner."
FROM EVERYWHERE
;!tow WF-WWj^F^
*£
time a man plays i
at the game of love
er/'Itt
they wjllgo upor.daw-rk~--:Tbey
rarely stand still, apd they (M-q'f-goaidewise!''
• ! /-'\ir"—1/Hn nl
H-Nfextito   static, electricity-/ sunset is  the
greatest deterrent   to efficient' transatlantic
'PN radio telephone communication that   nature
a^iek DuH,,Wtl
g the past two years .'daily | tests
across thje ocean have-~be"6n" made.   Suipmar
all hours
{ieHbd
aWtfss th
i^ed these show that duriUg the winter months
s^i^ctory conyersajJpMaa iB-oat-fied. on at
of the day with the esoep-tSon pf that
vfnen   sunset is  making its pjpgress
3000 mile expanse of water   separ-
thp, old and new worlds.   During the
summer months commercial telephone j com
mum'cationis  possible during the  morning,
eye-ping ajnd night hours,, exclusiveat heavy
static peribds, the tests show.
Sport conditions r.re very good in
New Brunswick this year.    Harold
Chadwiek operating hunting camps
In tjie; province rarJorts that at the  jjj»
end Oi S?ptf?oib>r catch-* of specldjd   &.
front ^hlj^.1814 &%$-■ t"|?nT$
one diijr -whSe"trltoDtef*t»«flroi&k
Ws^fajrfe Jf-mnca^tBmblifiSrir#l
thra-»--«^^r "had hia deer and
b«a*Xi*s-c===*
TXS^i V)«^~5—
Thrworld's mostjiprtharfr.priiea:
Post.Harao the"most renjote of,any
human habitation,^ 14' 4tS lJ7- coh-'
structed next year for tba -Royil
Oanatflan Mounted Police at the far •
end pt Ellaaaaere Island. Bjtjldjng,
iMteriaU and two yeara' supplies
will ba cached within aaay freight-
ing distance of the point where men
will ba detailed tor patrol duty en
the lonely shores of Blel straits.
Appolntwsnts r-soantljr mada
through the offfee of tha -fjomptroi-
Ier Canadian Pacific Railway headquarters are Wlfif, Ohenyl who becomes Freight Claims Auditor in
place of J. R. Steele retired under-
pension rales, and W. E Koran appointed Aulatant Freight Claims
Auditor. Both theae gentlemen have
been connected with the Freight
Clalma department for aangr yea**
v n
past
en-:'
tii
ml
i-'il.iiii
i8ai^e'seaspp.lJAtthatitime' of year one-half
*   p^'t^V^iecitPraittthecourttryi'eithei'cdiJld not
pg^yld-aoligeitothe' polls.';'.EJectiops,! are
very  expensive, ^t the people woold have
:i v'had ^piil'^it. ft,id would in all likelihood
, 'h'i^ve received the-same'verdtct a§ was rpn>
t .ideredtilasit month.   The 'pripse minister wisely
..... rej ected both bf these W»$9S,|and decided ' ^o,
--....pall-'la 'seSsitfri \jif thedtflflW1 D0U8e for. next
' -^^^^'^^-^^g *gj^49&Dpiiuioth% dis£(dii|'r'
"'■' Wofn to'tfcje gflyeramout and ff hejn; e/ection will
"' M ^eb^ted.bjr that body, m ithe. decision is
fpK anJ,elfiotiooi' "it *#tlFttto*ba*biy^ei5me neiF
i iuimmenwhea the ^ebp'fe wi 1 be able to go to
,i« the pwHs'tthdll true expression of the electcr-
1 :ate dftb be obtained..   But if (the house decides
0 thita ntgw ejectton;is unnecessary, there is no
reason,whys the King gove'rhtaebl should  not
be able to carry on for the^ full term of four
years, because" the principles of the Liberal
i party-.aiid thePrbgi-essives i^ndthe Laborites
and•I'fidtSpettdebtsa're but slightly at variance.
' Mrfrty;p6oDl'eyijhp, .^re., too rapid!partisans be
"'Ireye1 that the latter alterrtaltiv<i would be to
^rjecided.benefit: of .the country, if seems to be
,;t well, established fact that tlle people are
flbest served^ their representatives in parliament when thefe is a stropg opposition, and
the llf Conservative members sbould bb able
to prevent apy '!wiJdcattidg"'lfegisiation from
being put through the house
■     mil
During jfte Wv»rld war one'of the great
steamshjp^that was used as a transpori; for
soldiers was on 'her way across whep a^tprpedo
boat wassjighted. In anticipation of the danger they w^re in all on board, .were lin«(d ■■ up
pn deck. I'here was a deathly hush' fo|r an
instant; ^hen suddenly down the lijie li'ne*-
gi-p's,ypio"e| rang out: "Is dar ennybod(y heah
dat wants to buy a gold watch and chain?''
gHT        Now*   * ■"•- '■"■'" loV ""_'      ;   . ;   ■
,nJ\heIFfi W be on|y, °PP Wi t« a femiiy,
but it's difficult to believe it wheu ■ the millinery bill comes ih.
*\ ■ ■■■-■--■■ ■
Shoes sent to chilly Alaska from other pffrts
of the1 UbitpduStates in seven months of ihis
_ |||B| numbiered 20,658 '• pairs' frir mep and
boys and 8072 pairs for women, while, those
sbjfpped to sunny Hawaii included 98,618 for
jnftlfisgand 4j8,fJiS(2 forfomalas.   ;      >■ |
■ [ib
&lMiH&cy iaj^** ""^Miiiiiliiig nlim ii'imliilflij
of sobie nien and other mules.
Poems FrdM
■:<■'■* Arabia
Irand s
Notes- Notions .Notables
It is a curious discovery that the greatest
of the modern locomotives rehders less efficient service in some ways than -jhose of. simpler constructidb in use twenty five years ago.
The rafinethents and the gretter hauling capacity have b. en attained at the expense of
more, fretju^nt repairs and longer periods out
of commission. The older type was available
for servioe about75 par eerit of the time, the
newer for only 45 ber cent!
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Bleissed is the good listener^for he maketh
a good husband.
L,    .   . ,.'t**'.'* <■ '        ■
|n 1880,,when the steel industry was establishing itself, the per capita dse'.nf steel in the
United States was'-SfJ pounds, but due to
modern industrial requirement the Amount
required is uow' about 755, pounds per parson.
 , oui
Joshua Oosden, the-mWtimilljonaire, said at
a dinner at his Sand'j; Point estate: --VA man
should live as wellas his means pernilt, but I
can't understand  the man who lives on his
The Pursuit of Fame   ■
Contempt and want the wretch await
Wbo slumbers in an abject state—
'Midst rushing crowds, by toil and pain
The meed of Honor we must gain;
At Honor's call, the camel hastes
Thro' trackless wilds and dreary wastes,
Till in the glerious race she find
The fleetest coursers left behind;
By toils iike thess alone, he cries,
Tb' adventurous youths to greatness rise*
If bloated indolence were fame,
And pompous ease our noblest aim,
The orb tbat regulates the day
Would ne'er from Aries' mansion stray,
—Quotation from Lamiat Alajem.
c4ncient History
[Taken Pbom TwKirry-^lA^OiiC Sun Files.]
The Giauby smelter employees have gained
the eight-hour day, with a slight reduotion fn
wages in some instances.
The Qrand Forks Federal Labor union is
growing in strength; Very rapidly these days.
An officer of that organisation today 'made
the statement that numerically the union is
■four times stronger than it was last summer
Midway has been added to the southern
British Columbia theatrical circuit
In an"acoident at the Granby smelter today
H. H. Spinks was badly out in tbe face. At
6 o'clook this evening he had not regained
consciousness.
Graud Forks Hookey qjub will be reorgott-
ized next WendeM^*;^»yc'on8truction of an
open air rink is ajso^under ooflslderatiph.
A forts of 425„men is new emplpy-aa in and'
around the Granby smeltek
'.   -;    .        I   ~- r*    ~ '\~T, ,.,;'.
Nearly till the■'pr,Q$Mwti local Conservatives met ^jefflier MioBride and Hon. R. F.
Green, cocumissiouer of lands and works, last
Friday &night 'in the Yalta parlors. Speeches
were made by E. Miller, E. Spraggett and M.
Burrell.
Becanae the prospects for huntipf
and fbMng-fe northarn regions ef
Quebec are more attrastlve tM* atj.
tumn than «wy have aeen fer soveral seasons, the number of real- ,,
dents of th* tfnfted Stotes a*»plyihgl
to the Quebec association for the
protection- of fish  and  game f«*
guides and licences is mush *--.*** i
than it haa been for some
cording to the seerotary ef the
d»tten- .... alia ifi
—-—.. i ,-iu h80™*
A T-sry pleasing iacWent eeetiprred
daring the visit to Mw*re*l[ief
Madame Maria Jeritaa, world-famous operatic star. Col. George H.
Ham, "Oftiiid Teiwg;/Man'' efiihe
Canadian Pacific' Ralrway who had
met the singer before, sent his; felicitations ln the form of a bouqtMt,'
and Madame Jeritza replied with a
bouquet of roses made of augar Wttlt
the hope that his daya also would be
sugar-coated. She gave altme-night
recital in Montreal, leaving for -Toronto the following tisf.„■„;'■, .'i | '•'
'•——• usetfl-ploT i li
Isaac Gouverneur Ogden, Tree-
president in charge of finance, Canadian Pacific Railway, attained I lis
81st birthday October 10. Mr. Garden la k* active aa ever although lie'
has spent 64 years in railway wol k.
He joined the CP.R. aa auditor if
the western division with headquarf]
ten at Winnipeg ta 1881 and hi
heen vice-president of the systi
since 1901. Mr. Ogden was the n
clpient of flower* and imligratuhf-i. j
tions from his colleagues oa ithe
easion of hia birthday.
 $* -"—.J     18
A man   passes for what, he w
worth.—Emerson.
i ii
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•       ' ff JI JlTlldoq iosmuMVog   *&   MiW
j   ,„8ba .tl .O.lo-JJj8oW.-   H m,oood«V »aivi>. >(>« tol
Application's tot itn/tnedi^te purchase of Lots
Munitdpalitr, are ihvited.     jeoidso jsvo uoqslh "d*
Termst--Ca*h saxid'approved payments.   *' •'
mnai ,   linn  ai'•-'•' '*    's**!.      >. ' •
vxiWu,.!^   ,.*i .si'J'-M -A
A M bas nisasiaaVi -1
.iii'iT    wd
Kiintl
,€ityiOffi**i--!l":-) rt
ujril aril »vo   H-stoat tisooast**
lairiw   xo 686
io tstsa.imti,-&
.*<> i lo aontoola
liflfl   ffl   S'1'
,ii' ,*{!!«([     I
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jfjj  b.vi-f.'iii tast-QW***}
JOHN Ai-HUTTONi
bar ,-tod-iul   ."itl'lU-.
jnsJi.asqshB]
HBUIOI'T     s'810
Better  a   little well kept, that)
great deal forgotten.
YOUNG AT
iff
Dr. LetfKd'B New Life T«Wett
Imparts to the Old and Middltvaged
Youthfulnes«,EneniyandFit
ntstsa, retards mental and physio '
decay, thus promoting longavit;
Preserves the arteries and tissues.
Sufferers irom Deafness with its many
distressing aooompanying ailments,1
as Head noises, deriveal most itume-
diate benefit. Calm refreshing sleep
assursd. Gloom, DfowssionandNei*
voutnsss is ban|afted under the influ-
enoeof the-w^Tjife.givinii Tablets
Wrinfcies^rd lines and blemishes
diiaej-mtt. The skin becomes olsjiac,
lirfht add elastic and toe completion
bw^ht and smooth; TWttk of the
blessings of perfect' health, the pos-
aeaion of few; the joy of a clear Youthful appearance and tingKpg Wood, of
•     ■   iv^mm
I nitrous, bair, bl
tiotad cheeks;
liWind the
beeopurt
nl
,.,w     U-rnjioheq ua»d
W* ■ -tke-'W$.Mg.' fbrithe well knowit Ma's^eV-"''*''1'
Harris line"a§t;!,faiso equipment;:;<---"L«tf/bii"^^
ftgufe oh ypur needs
A Complete Lute of Garden Tools
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GARIOTIS
is
Furniture m& Hardware
M
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des
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sss-s
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lo) ed
tiiiii  "
         boibouy   • im -■ ih. • ■ ■ ■• ; ■ -'
Terrific Speed
m-mma^mm—^mm_*mm    .     ,nmmj_)mtmam_*il_m
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rii. uo -     •'■■■■
, . r-l* .ill   .1 iwOli
o8 .d nl l«
 BOlB ill     '!
lonivaJ
.1 I
,» has
envy
iMro9t:..'ti*e&fa a-d
therfe'bM«l^s''atf^
self. <k*v.1mt*lOw-*xp\fc*- oppcf*
tunity like this to paaal Remember
there are no arduous rales to fjBtioer,
ito restriction on diet, not are there
any ill erfepJsjiit^J^ttg^itrary
it fi'm'&jMtn&ti*'*W*M ot
increased  mental
and ^^yys^.iWL^--^
jfc«.'i'tliai [troatnient' at onoe.
iSwflfdever regMt-tb^1 sHgti,t:;i<«?t
Incurred fo* snch incalculable bentt.
itl!r- WlrfWrlwe vMarvelloui
Talr«el*!)(Mlaitw:liail Charges is
3 DoUan per bottl*, dispatbbed >
plain wrapper on receipt' of 'amount.
rrj^ioablefcbm
Dr. Legard** Laboratories,
109, Liverpool Boad,|Baraabary,
stoadsa-s Ho-tlan-J.
The long distance telephone lines carry
conversations at speeds ranging front.
8,000 to 178,000 miles per second. The
human mind cannot comprehend this
speed, but can take aduantnge of it to
save time.; ;,■■<•■■.-■ ,  -**,'.*:-■-.'-..--I
ng
ii
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le,:*.**.*..'..
!ffjcfq»i>i;0 .A ***:
ne
if
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ate
Company AiaMUJOO Hgrngg ,8na.<n av-Asm :CTagHT
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■   THE SUN^ QgA^ FQRKS^BBI^H COLUMBtA
iw*viv>flu*I «jR-»<-j ll**i.tn--,y,
hw1.*itmtik #(MA WfidUen and Knit Goods bdastry at the a HI
l«... t is-.kVl *^    i'i' -I--..,   let -cetUf 1.11I..1 I ...   i   .....
Basking; in brilliant nuljinn r.'iri-   i
.,     , shine, ths t»ast'o«'B't4ili,'.ll':Oillaij (l 1
:,      ■*r#**W.'r} string, Ipoi-twfe] to i!He'J(
,-*T«re winter, weathaf; ajro^^rV
■■■''>lWti**,x. tsitsti otKr parts of Ca,-
ada.   On the Coast, golf courses a e
^fiP5WH*s>
dip, andpleasure craft still ply lho
in in
,'**''
wero
a
iwmifi:
" specially built cages they will be cun-
..i-.-i*fS9SS\., bjiillhij 'UtWrtlfiioii'1 IS-uJress
,l, \ssttHsfiuMpWW-fneHa^'lh-Swit-
!..vi--.nsttl^i'ijvl4re;l't.hcyl wilV'Tbrin' the
*,'„,* l*u<flensiof *'Wt'-i>reeaiht cstarJisli'-
:..,<! mafsSs,! null Ijinjl      sJelqlBOO 'jllin.f'CMiv
.*kfj*i*l iinv Imnnn ci slqOfKJ ■■"'   IM
^"aS»«^Sr?ffi8HS^e * *■
effa!lj*thtj!cifn;ttttoriolil8;.lrai
...   US_S- . ....
at high
BlPWP-f      ._   „„_
$-ffiftnit:'>i}-b,AJ.t-S*j> were _
lowered to stop traffic so thatjtj j
.oTfi-
barely two feet ahead of the
mffftWZHAM 6 WAP
Arthur "Eaward Shave, in the1
1111    W since Aug-ujijf, 18, 1908, whi
level
I-   - <f*%BM
i im^^mj
^i*
',>^*   '-* '-''*"i?^
.'■v^^fe
. . « >;*--*♦!«>. .IMS. 11.11.. ■.,.,■■: ;.;-■:-.-:       .
i» *»tt»r*HiHrH" rr
mttt~
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$m ssiil I -i
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i.«snus>ui,. It?
LP ...9%    %
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TTPf
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HE PEOPLE*»   ;
- ■ ■;»>
_'     Jti_akt~*th
■iruxj
0. lipfe*
OT
Ysm-mmm   m
S^Sk'i&i.
-.-*0      ***..*••.     41HtU*Ult   At
was apltlntUrlllrk in the offiiil of
the Treasurer, has been appelated
listant treasures of ^» js-jrjisjiii) y.
mmm
assistant       	
•r>J   lll.^liaviy'USJame ass/stant^:
clerk.in Ui*office of the Trea
i_j	
•no
glftfif'and  waa  promoted  (jl
erk in 1SI97 ..**
The .aaple laj<a typical Cam
fruit alM am^tfe the finest gTowHIln
. thu Douiiuluil.    It is incomparpllle
j^ .^Uv^^(Ji^Brita1n*^o*i
•    Express Coippany are offering i.
eial rates: ^tatVdard boxes contjil
ing abofti 164 and stwdasvtba
lii»*bbut S7B, wj» bB-g-wt fi
faLU±-_:-'*ir_i.Aii*.L'*,:'.J-*i$i*}
or Mom
2T
■* >m,:i~wr 'ty**
to any irta'lrJan on a
ffliN'#Mi#re- "Pa
**t&w-w
To perpetuate-the memory of tnbi
late P. Alexande*;   Patersan   w^ersj;
-*ir:t*?*BaiJis»s Wm. -5art**otfthe' coinJ|
i lay gather, a portrait bf the fam >ua
..... . engineer,- (loMrTn"s5nrly""the 1»
iiMI!
leading part in the railway constri
tion in Eastern Canada during
latter^art bf 'theiast century,
„„„!:> I.- ■•.■•:■„■-  ''•"-"■■"-"" •»"»?*»7 ^
«jli*l^itfc^^^**rt>-fe«fc Jbk
»'|*'**ffW|Si<3W»fl
V'|.wa)*t**-s,:»B.awageef Bnelhtsti'.
of-«ross.icareWSSiiess ill'ite'part
automobiliste every setehteek i
at. iuu the -record «0jtf,%*$ffi
'■■'■■■■fM&AiSti %.o.''^^in»e*ewiSBi
'TjMM^Mrmw*^ te'isw*''***-
foma , tUatricts.„, Taeae    l-Skimt 4
:"., p«mber «» fram Sartstkvhtr' 1, ;i« IJ
! ^*Zt-itk**»ia..*,L*bn*m-e<SJ''^ V.*r*TT-\
all. stl OWOll
l'J
1. Mm.   Cocktshutt,   wife
Iit.-G<sv.   of   Ontario,   los.UI.
omllnKl}*  -smart  In ■■>  "sslli
dian"  cosstnme, ln wbich   ti
tended  the  opening ot thellC
dian    Woollen    Goods,    exlslta)
the O. N. M.     Tha two-plecelr
euffa and packet*, tbe wool(]»
grey raarvelln, a missrsslflcesi I, npe|
'tlas^^cMibrZi*. f \r*
coat hatl a atraljirhi hack, yvlth m >det
iisia.fl^m^nk (a;
lined with Brey tint erene -sll 11 ra-
^mr^.i^h!ST«ooef
and a purple cloche hat. com;
the •'all-Canadian'' eoatarae
3. fftthlblt of Canadian Vi
Knit Goods! machinery at the
3. Hill   Honor    the    Llruts
Governor   ot   Ontario   openl
C. N. I'I..     He la aeen wear
the Prince of Waless.   Mm.
of fleer*.of- tha Canadian
possibilities
 r _..- «v...u uuuua  ■.nuostry asune uaHadllrh
NationalExhibition.. JChejallar i of wool from the nine
"JpWv*lireriB*"6r'Canada supplied by the  Canadi#A.,Co**
nnorofi.ro -07—1 r, . ^ jon eJtcite(j c0n8fddrablfe
- fact that although we
*?■   sVf
~''C-*::
*^^'fA.
•*^mtim
imeptttitiiljitM
«;•»;
ilS Pf-iflSWall841«,ti*?J-tse8Ple,l9 >tained a*a^to-to^*no*w,yw.<>®U<iAsra»d w-jretHd yatrijtt, ,^e-weavi*»«-ojlv fistio blankets,
eeR»ri«i<# *«^**grtlwingTafid woolTn\a^ufacTilfinB fwoolfen  cloth i and; w^rstetFcioth;  arid^tfie. knitting
ijhiut1''"  111   r'',,'";''^fcjpp[ exhibit of the  Wool, | machin«s makiriir sinrWnieoT. »«-* t,**:-.*.,  r*. *.. _•--•-
■-^M^^-^aWi exhibit o7"the"WooJ°
fiiu Qoyua industry atutite OanacMrh
Tls~ ~*H L   -tf s   •
operative Wool Growers Asi
- -conimeat.. and CBftphastifed
- ..MatataTnTotily i2,5(^OW-B
,^—the size, focd condi(i<J|is-Sr!)
■nTost prslBltrrireTiranch of Bg*tJculture,
70,000,000 lbs.  of wool use
tinal ^TSI¥*itnIlawu 'iiasins leeway     I—aiutU
,i,i numjjar flQ-*---m Flsyl>t>n>S|" r 'tSS*\\
000,8 tS''.Oa>telM^:gl*'liar'"-.l'l»'I"'lL'Ji'??*T}!
'lu*' '■ tswrn*i*ixMt*mi «a»"s»ltsM«i.|ftnMJ
Juries to 63 Mrseu  af .<,„ . il
s'tSi So iiisiinlistfr/inrjO I'nsi.l.tssU 6S IsoMs-rtbbsi
*"    i"l ir.rnJi AtlsiJ
ii.mi 8<H Hsldw oi .MS**- -    .
rio      Creation  of  ah**
i ■•■■ Westerti Csartda'cbyerL- .,_,
_. , .   ,      .^Bllul~Illl^llnJ'W*'-^*'1,™
which la new imported hate this cnn.
nv fitly- te-'-h-e'-W-W'-'tf'M'aiwSJ
t»-ui laztj Lali" **^*--t:'*7^*J1*1- Z"!
m Hott^a-tflaj-i'an-av-ato' <w'
SSL,-* *• w-«^'ii«u&;
. iMifIWn»W«.ii>ri>ss-ah.t 'iW-saf-fj.'ia,-
manney, Dwjni^pmniatlbiiJWitV''«»
*dlM *-^^8»«W. *.'•»
w»nner   Stattod   that   wnsiden»N,
.c.ittsm*. -.\*.*.-s**l.irmi-i** n»'/1n»?niiT'WHft iMfcoWl
■ .^TjWi %Stt»WJ*»Wi»»da, ih« qssmIm
W Suchan tadnafary. i Efforts W bW.
.w^.is^^uhWal'Beetf^aai ,|
■ '''Mt**^'i*«»^f^%^'it's^tZ
isitTSaSlmJiMil ^.h-wpxoao'i-wiiiy
be a-Town In certain diatrista; "»*«.
ifliltiill mi muir laliiiulwl in  .(mlosil ,UiH    '
•iril   _J   -# ji us  .!■*)-.■)*) HI -jiiilifso'sxft   Inu .Imiil
M,,ii,,-W.,l»A61Qan-*daiiex*iwftt)a m, tjausd
lo China.  In 1918 %*•-«« o^8®
as
Ss'te-
<?:«
' **„*;
'.*■„
bi**!'
1 S$ YlflO 10
.,  the   exhibit   of Conada'a   Wool.   Woo lien   and   Knit   Goods   ItniiMtrj.
n ault of milled vrorated mnde frpm wos 1 erovra «a the AlSeHis ru-Vctt'sif ET. It. II.
^fcsshutt px (oyhifsr a< the< prise*rbred   Cinadlitn   lansls   jpressentej.  to. hfjr   by   the,
eratlve Wool Growera' Anssoclsstlon. BOOl     Bl no [jnuujui
^saaatnaaBnaaBnaaaanaaanaaanaaaana*aa*aam ,
^^^^^^^^   ioi-siii
pmon  [/Joiaooi  lo  cnaifioKf
■{bod ;<■ ■■■■ >■■.:■ ,■■■ o   •
.903!l   ! • '(•-./ o bad
rll  hoinii'i! ii/'oifl .A .^1
'ftoiq 'fidaof u-  ott*tfi cacti mi\
ill   lo s-t9lfl***l
-.in }(a,«! iri-ji   v
ui tii   rfjiw
... ..'■:
•      ■ •■ irvlovni .asoori joo( il
-i -.■•      *.    tbeiil    ■ -'      I ii •   sslid
at.\S 7i! 'i*..'1 lew r^"iil7J
take The* Son.1'
i.K'J
 ..  v..,-,*   „„«   wwioieu  sjiulo.   ana,t.ap .Knitting
machines maki lg underwear and hosiery. It Wasa rninia-|]
T$rs-y presents tion of the work that-fisi nb-Siflg'' donrfe' inj'j
over two huh Ired and seventy wooEen and knittinjjii
nulls i* over one hundred and forty municiBaUtiea,     M
The finishe,, Eoods«a^^«h!-slltillhat thiJH
**,*a *~*4n looked like,after. bping, made qij the.:'
■>.. that in qufflrtyHifla style'the" $75,000^-;!!
itjfds produced by thn industry annuallyi;
  Iii many cases better, than goods made
 ,*** .... -x  ..oui usea rinnuisBf W <!Wtsl^fTllfaBr1la'8."!>1tTr^cl,u.-*^
population of our country. Borne 50,000,000 could be  physical and t<clinical conditions in Canada are cop-,
grown jpere ijBtead cfKlffillGO 1,000 lbs. as aftfrcseiU).' »erned there is no reasoii why 00% of the woollen and 'i'
ifaetotv l»«ratlea\v ith twenty operativea knit goods used in Canada should.uot be produced in :
ictiiB-ht  emmda Trf "flHe" t!afiaaa'. ''"";,l'lM   ' .  ',,
■*■■■■■■■ :uje*)ii.ini ad   litv   -flnwfieijj snt,
n ■•...li.'i.:.^-1 71 ''.'" ' ' '''':'" :.'i.
because    they   believe
it is ^ii»rth the price we*
charge    for  it.    It   is
■ -mai .abioitap  '■■   •■' lo  sai .alsv lawTaeiO   .rf
theretore reasonable to
I is leffpasd loliJouod im gaiiwwq
suppose that thev read
■ •,,.,■■    I..,.  ;;!■     ,    -,m,iU In --Jii'-l   •ftin-«~^>
J^g   <inwi^n^-n     •__! If ^_'
"'■" •*'
\HKtl?-    .IX'Jfl
. -jik oW    .-v.^ij'msdjil'sui^
Je aliinl
is  nol* always the case
>i5jajnffiRonAw*impei?sI that
are,,offered) fas-'fifretri-
*viiiaud Kl-juLf,!---.! :j[--*'1  'njf,   rid viij-.o   ' )
iuuis with chromos or
1   ^jstnuanop.orliod ieoa ados^fiJiiB'/Bii
OOIJaa *Snf5^T**^e^l'!fHIHA7 T
ooDaJUJ-iiiAJ j.i/ .aeADH/.o wi .thjhm-.
0 ,v-jnj.'l ,c-.:jniri'i fii;ili*Jl 'Jijiyl
.arifirj S ,'('Jiii,-i ^.-ji-nudqai'./i
.Bui;'.' i'. sSOiodo (V-kjijIS
-stir.j i .Moiofb. ,?.c>fl-)ii'/I
 iQJ.-ji■"■PS-BuBA ii;'/!i5i
-=-.rijioii ,v->n.i.T ,0'jiir! cJjsoioI
n. ■ BBSna        -^m* em _     — , ^_   _ --■
in
-ht
3CS
WAWT
bush
impo
iel9-g-»A^a/uW-lebtviMM  China
_ )rted over 6,000,000 ^bushels .of
.i^tt ^°W.labileiJupanitobk
LiPSjtVWW.P-Wbels of,wheat a«d'flJtJ.'w'
l,!,Wfl,,ha«d*.bf'ifti^.'hK->iJ<'WeWr5Ki
these figures will be WM'fe'eaten for
the current Jifaj%A3j
^■,'mM^^*t\B*:
*mtliwWiWi%^wii^ir\
ot the entire system of the Canadian
Pacific RailwaV,1 Wifl Ish competed for
, ,at the Place Viger Hotel, Jttn^r&j.,
■>*We*rvtstitth(B»'--|.rj."'' Ttte^-eis^s^t^^q]^^^.^'^
^llW'dc^Bi^!co;ippfti|ibfl'nai^n».Eas^rt
'.flo,w^wtern-laaana respT*-^*r***!i*yif'
•ffill^fishli4t*-»ut for Hie troph^:,,:''"'
nnai   io1   looWsl-aws^-n-iol »•"" ••">■""»
, .   -,..-.-.-.MIH"!
Some in-n have no flaed priO"
but proooeed to^-stHI •*m.""to;"'tTe1
biglieet bidder.
nwtij ni birrevtJSh ,')'"q danO
9KB-J 'toq
iillXVi 98*0 'isq
III
o .u .f^jgrpi
jjol 3fer>3 c« no'89'g'iarlo Jrfyi'jii {eq
'JOS UKOH*.
^to   help
.'■J1-'   j"*H^-r-»^°n»J»---.-■••-■*faitt*^^^-y*Tjr*t**m*.r*Ttt*i,T*eTti
the editor." But we do
waif t businessadver t is-
m&ii  whi: 'ittiJJW
that sensible advertising brings results and
pay. I|y oti have some-
thing jto^ojffer the public th^^will benefit
them and you as well,
-jiakjlitoy    is   Ji*'  :--• ■ ',
rile newspaper reaches
aahrsc tH8P8iJ am ItTinemi-W'S
mlire people than a bill
--bo'ard1-^ ' MmlandD Iboob
-xifig Inn. fCUt'srii'irns'sosmi. t«nu"tJ
oalts viilT i--i-i ; in rloiooH Ibio
.shisil) ciutMsieiiil •r/i.tofcillA eilani
SUN READERS
$1 Brings The Sun to You for 1 Year
goods you can do busi*
ness with them THE SUN: GBAND FOEKS, BEITISH COLUMBIA
Your Grocer Sells
"SALADA"1
GREEN TEA
Have you tried it? The tiny rich-
flavored leaves and tips are sealed
air-tight. Finer than any Japan or
Gunpowder.    Insist upon SALADA.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Tbe case against tbe local export
lijuor house, involving two automobiles aad two loads of liquor
wbioh were seized a week ago by the
provincial police on ao alleged infraction of the liquor act, came up
before Magistrate McCallum tbis
morning. The case was dismissed
aod the cars and liquor were order,
ed returned to tbe company.
bad seen 'active service overseas
were seated around the table in the
dining-room. After tbe repast
program of musical numbers was
carried out, and everybody present
had a very enjoyable time.
Th° Great war veterans of Qrand
Forks observed Armistice day by
partaking of a bountiful banquet at
the Orand Forks hotel oo the evenx
.ng of the Uth. Fifty of those wbo
R. A. Brown returned this evens
Ing from a two months' prospecting
trip to the headwaters of the Kettle
river. He brought back many sam
pies of ricb ore with him, but he
says the properties are too far out
of tbe world to be staked at present.
Mre. A. C. Hales returned on
Saturday from a sbort visit to Spokane.
Mr. and  Mrs. R. R.   Qilpin   ren
turned   the   first of the week from
Your Opportunity
to buy your winter's supply of fruit
From the manufactruer
It is our intention to erect new premises next season
to carry on our fruit products business. We aje disposing of our present stock of canned fruits at an
advantageous cost to the consumer.
7 VARIETIES, 24 CANS (2s) OF DELICIOUS
FRUIT, IN ONE CASE, ALL LABELLED GOODS
Ripe Italian Prunes, fancy, 6 cans.
Raspberries, fancy, 2 cans.
Plums, choice, 2 cans.
Peaches, choice, 4 cans.
Red Cherries, choice, 2 cans.
Royal Anne Cherries, choice, 2 cans.
Tomato Puree, fancy, 4 cans.
Tomato Ketchup, fancy, 2 cans.
Cash price, delivered in town
per case ,
For delivery to your nearest railway station add 25c
per case extra.    We pay freight charges on 5 case lots.
$4.25
The  Oliver  Chemical  Co.,   Ltd.
PHONE 207 PENTICTON, B. C.
GET YOUR
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS CARDS
PRINTED AT HOME
We have received a complete
assortment of the Classic Series
of Blank Cards, suitable for Personal Christmas Cards, Invitations, Announcements, and general society printing. They also
make Attractive Business Cards.
THE SUN PRESSES
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
SpokaD , wbere Mrs. Qilpin uoder-
weni a successful sucgicsl opera
tion.
Rev. Mr. Runnalls of the United
church conducted services at Cascade last Sunday eveniog.
H. E. Woodland is away on   a
trip to the coast c ties.
J. P. Flood is again  manager of
tbe Grand Forks Meat Market.
Santa Approves a       I
Christmas Gift
Santa Claus bss been down a
great many chimneys sinee he start
ed business, and he is lotimatt-ly
acquainted witb a large number of
people. He knows that the best
kinds of gifts are those which please
the whole family, and wbioh briog
the excitement and enjoyment of
Christmas every week. That is why
be looks so jolly wben be receives
bunu eds of subscriptions to Tbe
Youth's Comdanion with whicb to
fill bis pack. And, being wise from
long experieoce, he knows that
people are likely to overdo things
around Christmas, so be chuckles
when he sticks a Compaoio into
the top of a stocking. "Be as greedy
as you like," he thinks, "the more,
the better for you."
Tbe .* issues of The Youth's
Companion for 1926 will be crowded
with serial stories, sbort stories,
editorials, poetry, facts, aod fua.
Jus<. send your order to tbe address
below and Santa Claus will take care
af delivering tbe paper to your
bome or to the bome of a frfeod.
Subscribers will receive:
52
1. Tbe   Youth's    Companion
issues in 1926, and
2. The remaining issues of 1925.
All for only %..
3  Or, include   McCall's   Magazine,
the monthly authority on fashions
Botb publications, only $2.50.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
S N Dept, Boston, Mass.
Subscriptions Received at this Office
Interesting Announcement
Word comes from Montreal tba
tbat great family aod farm paper
The Family Herald and Weekly Star
has been enabled to reduce its subscription price to Ooe Dollara year.
Tbis certainly will be interesting
news in every Canadian bome wbere
the Family Herald is known and to
many who will avail themselves of
tbe offer. At two Dollars a yesr
Tbe Family Herald aod Weekly
Star was generally admitted to be
good value, in fact big value, but
w en reduced to Ooe Dollar a yesr
it will certainly be the marvel of
tbe newspaper world.
Canada is proud of tbat grest
Weekly, and bas every reason to be
so, as it bas no superior and few
equals in tbe world today. The
publishers annouucs that notwitb
standing the change in price evary
feature will not niy be maintained
but improvements will follow. The
publishers are fortunate in being in
an financial position to do this, and
Canadian homes will have the ad
vabtage. Wheu tbe new rate is
made known it certainly will bring
a rush of subscribers to th Firmly
Herald. One Dollar is a small
amount for such a great paper.
The reason why lbe average man
is not a hero to his valet is because
be hasn't one.
Some die   of   heart failure and
some live with bead failure.
Chief of Police Docksteader is out
of town on .is holidays
Make yourself an ass, and you'll
have every man's sack on your
shoulders.
Natore never explains.
DON'T HESITATE!
PHONE 101R
FOR FINE PaiNTING
The Sua Presses have twice tbe
speed of any other presses in the
Boundary. We oan save you money
on both long and short nins of commercial printing and give you a superior olass of work.
It il as easv trv suppress a first
desire as it is hard to satisfy lbe
desires'tbat follow.
S. T. HULL
Established 1910
RealEstate and Insurance
Resident Agent Grnnd Forki Tow mite
Coinpany, Limited
Farms'    JOrchnrdg     City Property
Agenti at Nelaon, Calzar.r, Wlhsslpcsr and
other Prairie polnta. Vanoouver Agssnr *
PKNDEBIN
■ATTKNBU
TMKNT9
LANDS LTI..
Bstrblished In 1910, we an iu s. -Million lo
InrnUb reliable information fonoer-.iug this
dlatriet.
Write for Iree literature
A. E. MCDOUGALL
(.CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Aftent
bo-minion Monumental Worka
f i)Asbestaa Products Co. RooBnft'
ESTIMATES FURNISNED
BOX 33?     GRAND FORKS, B. C
BARGAINS
Get the habit of
trading at our
store
We have exceptionally good bargains in all our
departments
DONALDSON
Phone 10
s
ShipYourCream to
The Kettle Valley
Creamery Go.
Wepav the highest price and assnre
you ths most accurate tast. Give your
local creamery your trade.
KETTLE VALLEY C9EAMERY COMPANY
K. SCHEER
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONIST
ealeria
Havana Cigars, Pipes
Confectionery
Imperial Billiard Parlor
Grand Forks, B. C.
THE HUB—Bring your boot
and shoe repairs to my
shop for neat and prompt
work. Look for the big
boot.—GEO.   ARM ON
PICTURES
MO PICTURE FRAMIHB
Furniture Made to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinda.
Upholstering Neatly Done
R. G. MeCOTCHEON
WmirsWMIUI
(
Guaranteed Laundry Powder
Neutral Soap Pulverized
Will hot 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'
r"™*80" CLEVELAND
IT brings the whole oountry for miles around within easy reach.
Hare you seen the new models) They're as graceful as swallows! As
bright aa new ooinl As weatherproof as a duckf Automobile Steel
Bearings. Frame of English Seamless Steel Tubing. Hard Maple
Rims. Hercules Brake. Everything complete. Real Quality. Real
Value. Easy Terms. We are tbe people to mount you right.
J. R. MOOYBOER'SBB^&££rK
Open Saturday Evenings Till 10 o'Cloek,
E.C, Henniger Go.
Grain, Hay
Flour and Feed
Lime and Salt
Cement and Plaster
Poultry Supplies
Grand Forks, R. C.
Our
Hobby
is
Good
Printing
rpHK value oi 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
Vi: 'ng cards
Sh' " ing tags
Letterheads
Statements
Noteheads
Pamphlets
Price lists
Envelopes
Billheads
Circulars
Dodgers
Posters
Menus
-y ■
New Type
Latest Style
Faces
THE SUN
Colon-:':!-' Arsmue and
lake Street
TELEPHONE
R101
Offloe at IK. F. Petrie'i Store
Phoae64
GBAND FORKS
Transfer Co.
DAVIS 8 HANSEN. Props
City Baggage and General
Transfer
Coal,  Wood and   Ice
for Sale
Yale Barber Shop
Razor Honing a Specialty*
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Tali Hotel,  First ihkkt
SYNOPSIS OF
UND ACT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vaoant. unaurvtjyed, surveyed Grown land•
may bepro-empted by British aubjaota over
18 yaar, of age, and by aliens on declaring
intention to become BrltUh subject.,, conditional upon reaHennc. occupation and Improvement (or nsrioullaral purpose..
Full Information co-iearnlng regulations
regarding pre dilutions la given in Bulletin
No. 1, Laui Series, "How to Pre-empt Land,"
coplea of whioh can be obtained freo of chnrge
by addressing the Department of Land*,
Viotorla, B. O., or any Government Agent.
BeoordH will be made covering only land
auitable for agricultural purposes, and which
Is not timberland. I e„ oarrylng oyer 5,000
board feet per aoreweitof tne Coast Range
and 1,000 leet per aore east of that range.
Applications for pre-emptions ara to be
addressed to the Laud Commissioner of the
Land Recording Division, In wbleh the land
applied for la situated, and are made on
printed forms, oopies ol cm Jbe obtained
from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be oooupied for five
yearaand improvements made to value of S10
por store, including olearing and cultivating
at least five aorea, before a Crown Orent ean
be received.
For more detailed information tee tho Bnl-
latin "How to Pre-empt Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purohase of
vacant and unreserved Crown Landa, uot being timberland, for agricultural purpoaea;
minimum prloe of II rst-olaaa (arable) land Is
16 per aore. and seoond-class (graaing) land
$2.60 per aore. Further information regarding purchase or lease of Crown landa ls given
InBulle;in No. 10, Land Series. "Purchase and
Leaae of Crown Lands."
Mil), factory, or Industrial sites ott timber
land, not exoeedlng 40 aores, may be purchased or leased, on conditions lnolnding
payment of stumpage.
HOMESITE  LEASES
Unsurveyed areaa. not exoeedlng 10 aores,
may bo leaaed aB homesltes, oonditlonal upon
a dwelling being erected ln the firat year,
title being ebtalnable after residenoe and
improvement conditions sre fulfilled and land
has been surveyed.
LEASES
For graaing and Industrial purposes araaa
not exoeedlng 640 aorea may be leased by one
person or aoompany.
GRAZING.
Under the Oraalng Aot the Provinoe la
divided Into graaing districts and the range
administered nnder a Graxing Oom-
mleatoner. Annual graaing permits ara
Issued based on numbers ranged, priority being given to established owners. Stoek-
owners may form asisooletlont for range
management. Free, or partially free, permits
are availablee for settler-, -tamper* and
travellers ap ta ten head.

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