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Array Many men perform the work that they like; the profit from it is a secondary consideration
LIGHTS
PREMIER KING'S
COAST SPEECCH
J%rSi*iak
ve Libi
z_And KETTLE VALLEV ORCHARDIST
irarv
In his speech at V.'incouvcr
Right Hon. MacUetuie King,
premier of Canada, made
many statements that should
be given thonghtful consideration by the electors of Yale
before they cast their ballots
in the forthcoming by-eleo
tion.
"The trend of development
in Canada has always been
westward, and we must now
look beyond the prairies to
the great basin ofthe Peace
River. We intend to do it in
our immigration policy, and
that includs an outlet to the
Pacific ocean."
"I believe the east will
agree to the expenditure necessary for development of the
Peace Jiver country and for
adequate railway facilities be
cause they realize that it is
for the benefit of Canada as-a
whole."
"Not one cent of the eapi
tal cost of war has yet been
paid off. War cost us two
billion dollars and the interest alone is more than the
whole national expenditure
prior to 1914."
"We are practicing econo
my, and we have  turned   a
deficit into   a surplus in  two
years, but the last place  this
government is going to seek
economy is  in the discharg
ing of the obligation that the
nation owes to the men  who
find themselves at a disadvan
tnge through their services in
the Great War."
"We are charged with being an inefficient government,
but I say that a government
that has changed a deficit of
$82,000,000 in 1921 to a surplus of $35,000,000 in 1924
and has reduced taxation in
the meantime is not an inefficient government."
"The only way to pay our
debt, to reduce taxation and
to make our railways pay is
by going to the source where
wealth lies—our natural re
sources—to get it out and to
spread it broadcast throughout the world."
"The railways are forthe
people, not the people for the
railways."
"The. only way to build up
export trade is to make cost of
production as light as yon can
have it, and a mighty factor
is to take away taxes on
things essential to industry.
That is the policy of this
government."
TWENffeTHIRD v rCAR—No. 51
V'Tell me what you Know is tni't
'.I canities.* as well as yoo."C
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24,  1924
North und South Okam-gHii and
Similkameen electoral districts, and
in the Grand Fork** Greenwood
electoral district west of the sum-
mit of the Midway mount iins),
open season from September 15 to
December 15, 1924
Par Bearing Animals—In tbat
portion of the Eastern district south
of the main line of the C P.R. tbere
sball he a close season on all fn
bearing animals, except in regard to
muskrats in Ihe Columbia electoral
district.
Ducks—(Except wood and eider
ducks), Wilson snipe, coots, black-
breasted nnd golden plover greater
and lesser yellowlegs, September 15
io December 30.
Geese and Brant—September 15
to December 30.
Grouse and Ptarmigan—(Except
prairie chicken and sharp tailed
grouse), September 15 lo October
15.
Bag Limits
In respect to big game no person
shall kill or take or bave in bis pos
session during the open season more
than two deer, all of which must be
of the male sex; and no person sball
bill or take or have in bis possession
during the open season more than
tbree bear of any species other tba
grizzly, aud one of this species; and
no person shall at any time   kill or
take or have in bis  possession dur
ing the open season  more tban two
mountain goat.
Grouse   and   ptarmigan   (except
-prairie chicken in tbe Eistern  dis
trict), 6 of one species or 12   of   all
species in one day; total   bag limit,
50 in the aggregate.
Ducks—Daily bag limit. 20; total
bag limit, 150.
Geese—Daily bag limit, 10; total
bag limit, 50.
Brant—Daily bag limit, 10; total
bag limit, 50.
Black bresslid aud Golden Plover
and Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs
Daily bag limit, 15 in the aggregate :f all kinds; total bag limit,
150 in the aggregate.
Wilson Snipe—Dail/ bag limit,
25; total hag limit, 150.
will be appointed to deal with the
halibut question in tbe near future.
During tbe recent visit nf Hon. P.
J. A. Cardin, federal minister of
marine t?.nd fisheries, the whole
question was discussed. Hon. Mr.
Cardin said tbe halibut question was
British Columbia's, and be expected
as a result of the coming conference
that a satisfactory settlement between the two countries would be
reached.
P. 0. Asquith—"Don't be nervous, ma'am! Dangerous auimals
can't cross this bridge. Unless it's properly muzzled, they'll bave to
swim!"
AMENDED GAME LAWS
The following is the amended
game regulations relative to tbe
Grand Forks-Greenwood electoral
district, wbich is ia the Eastern diss
trict:
Big Game and Game Birds
Mountain Goat—September 15 to
December 15, 1924,
Bear September 15 to June 15,
1925.
Deer—(Mule, white-tail and
coast), bucks only, throughout tbe
northern and eastern districts (exe
oept white-tail deer in that portion
of tbe Eastern district known as
Another link in British Columbia's highway system is to be forged
Tenders have beeu called for by Hon.
W. H. Sutherland, minister of pubs-
lie works, for the completion of the
Hope Spence's Bridge section nf the
transporvincial highway, at a cost
of approximately $1,000,000. An
additional $250/100 will be required
for the construction of the steel
bridge across the Fraser river at
Spuzzum. The bids are returnable
within four weeks and the new
legislature will be asked to decide
upon the gra ting of tbe necessary
money.
A contract bas also been let for
$60,000 to Fred Dawson, contractor.
Vancouver, for highway work between Golden and Yoho Park. This
will link up tbe circle route of tbe
Banff-Windermere highway.
APPLE EXPORTS
Royal Mail Line Books
60,000 Boxes; 23,000
Boxes Went to New Zealand This Week
FOR TEMPERANCE
Early Returns Favored
Government Control,
But Wet Majority Dwindles Quickly
Right Hon. Mnckonzie King, premier of Canada, will pasa through
Grand Forks on the regular cast
qound CPU. passenger train on Sunday evening The train will be held
here fifteen minutes longer than it
nsually is in order to give the citizens
an opportunity to shake hands with
premier.
Doric Was Greek to Him
One of the best of many good
stories told by Will Fyffe, the Scottish comedian, concerns) a countryman
of his who was on his first vis-it to
London. Leaning over Blackfriars
bridge as dusk was falling, he was
astounded to see all the lights on the
embankment flare up with one accord
as if by magic, He walked up to the
nearest policeman and said in surprised tones:
"Tell me, minnie, wha' lichted a'
the lichties?"
The policeman scratched his head
and thought hard. "Beg pardon,
sir," he said at last.
"I was juist iiakin' ye wha' lichted
a'the lichties," repeated the  visitor.
The policeman was dumfoudded.
and at last courtesy find from his
soul. "Garn,ye Portuguese blighter,"
be ordered sharply.   '' 'Oppitl"
Toronto, Oot. 23.—The Ontario
temperance act was sustained as the
form of liquor legislarion governing
the sale of liquor in this province, in
u plebiscite taken today under provincial government auspices. The
majority in favor of the present act is
expected to exceed 25,000 when the
final ballots are counted. The total
wos close to a million votes, representing a drop of 200,000 votes from
the total cast in 1919, when the Ontario temperance act was confirmed
by a popular majority of 407,000.
NEWS AND VIEWS
Improved unemployed conditions
in British Columbia arv reported by
J. D McNiven, deputy minister of
labor, wbo returned recently from
attending a labor conference at Ottawa.   Seasonal employment io thisl move
A large number of Giand Forks
people wont up to Greenwood tonight
to spend a social evening with the
Pythian Sisters of that town.
Victoria, Oct. 23.—Premier OH*
ver has just issued a statement that
British Columbia will have adequate
repres ntation before the board of
railway commissioners when that
federal body sits in Vancouver early
in November. Despite the fact that
the British Columbia legislature
will commence its fall session on
Monday, November 3, wbich will
keep the government ministry
pretty well tied to Victoria, com-
plete arguments will be presented
in support of tbe premier's drive for
tbe removal of all freight rates discrimination Hon. Mr. Oliver bas
recently pressed for a definite ruling
on tbe applications of this province
of a year ago and hopes for an announcement before thecommiasioni-
ers leave again for Ottawa.
Vancouver, Oct. 22.—Tbe Royal
Mail Steam Packet Narenta cleared
from this port yesterday witb 10,-
000 boxes of apples for tbe United
Kingdom.
The greatest shipment of apples
moving from the port this week,
however,wenton thesteamer Makura
to New Zealand today, when British
Columbia put 33,000 boxes on tbe
ship.
On the last sailing of a Canadian-
Australian Royal Mail liner a ebipn
ment of 9000 boxes was made to
New Zealand.
Deal>-is and exporters here stated
yesterday ,hat the new Canadian
Australian tariff troaty would hardly
be in working order for the British
Columbia fruitgrowers to take ad-
vantage of this season. - -
Dp to the present tbe agreement
has not had tbe sanction of tbe
Australian government as far as
local dealers know, and no preparations have been made by wholesale
row importers or jobbers to break
tbeir old connections until they are
certain tbat Australia is going to
ratify the agreement.
The Royal Mail Steam Packet has
a sailing every two weeks from now
until Christmas, and 10,000 boxes
of apples bave been booked here-for
every sailing until tbe end of the
year, which means that approximately C0.000 boxes of apples will
by   these   boats   befoie  ihe
province is not so marked ss it used
to be, and each year seps work car
ried on for longer periods. However, Mr. McNiven has warned outsiders not to come here looking for
work, unless they bave sufficient
funds to carry them for a few
months. He shows tbat the men
returning home to British Columbia
frnm the prairie harvest fields bave
mucb belter chance to pick up tbe
jobs offering.
Such success has been met with in
the construction of tbe new buildings for tbe University of British
Columbia at Point Grey this year
that the government has decided to
provide for a forestry building, to
be used as a testing laboratory. The
enrollment at tbe institution for
next year is larger than ever before,
and (he University of British Columbia is fast taking its place in rhe
front rank of sucb institutions all
jver the continent.
In all likelihood, as the result of
representations made by Hon. William Sioa , piovincial secretary and
commissioner of fisheries, British
Columbia will have a representative
on   the   inteiiiatlonn    board which
HR. H. THE PRINCE OF
WALES spent a delightful
* day in the Canadian Rockies
when he visited Jasper National
Park, where he was a guest at
Jasper Park Lodge.     Here he is
shown being greeted by Col. S.
Maynard Rogers, Park Superintendent, on the arrival of his special train at Jasper Station on the
Canadian National Railways.
Hon. T. D. Pattullo, minister of
lauds, reports that the forest revenue
forSeptember was $30tJ,000, a gain
of 150,000 over the same month in
1938,
close of tbe year.
Besides tbe Royal Mail  steamers,.
the Blue Star and  Furness Withy
ships will also take apples.
THE WEATHER
The following is tbe minimum
and maximum temperature for each
day during tbe past week, as recorded by the government thermometer on E. F. Law's ranch:
Max. Min.
Oct. 17—Friday  60 31
18—Saturday   67 30
19—Sunday  63 29
20—Monday  55 30
21—Tnesday  64 33
22—Wednesday  64 30
23—Thursday  58 36
Inches
Rainfall  0.00
Judgo J. R. Brown presided at a
sitting of tho county court in Ross-
laud last Thursday.
Summerland. B.C., Oct, 23 I)
W. Sutherland, Kelowna, Liberal,
und Grote Stirling, Kolownu, Conservative, were nominoteJ here today
for tlie Yalo by election.
As the Pupils Would
Have It
Theso amnsing blunders, perpetrat
ed by girla and boys in various Eiij*
lish schools, are listed in the. School
muster, an English journal for tin
edification of pedagogues:
What is the effect of lead on watBI
It sinks.
What bird lays the biggest; eggi
The biggest bird.
What discovejy was duo to the
falling of an apple! Tho wiokeness
of Eve.
But perhaps tho most amusing was
one girl's confident declaration that
the Roman numerals "LXX" stand
for "love and kisses."
Good Company
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FRIDAY, OOTOBER '24   1924
Notes • Notions • Notables
To iie luxuriously on soil cushionsand thu
pilot your own small aif machine is the latest
possibility in aerial flight    Tbe tiny air cars
are being designed and are   to  he  tested   in
flight, in which the  narrow  body, with wings
on either side, accommodates just one occupant, lying prone.   This will enable  tho   tiny
engine  to   drive  the  machine   more swiftly
through the air than would lie   passible   with
the air resistance set up if a body was provided
big enough for the pilot to assu.no   thi   ordinary sitting position.   Perfect comfort will, it
is   claim,  be assured by a sofa-like reclining
frame.    On   this   the   pilot,  enclosed  in his
miniature machine,   will  lie  face downward,
looking outward  through a front window or
si leways and downward through oth. r little
windows.
seems to know when food is near, for if meat
is placed close to it the plant slowly teaches
out for it. If a portion is placed within a few
inches of the plant the leaf will bend toward
it until the tiny hairs enfold the delicacy and
the sticky substance completes the grip.
When Farmer Bassett decided to send his
son to college, and selected one exploiting the
advantages of its physioal training system, he
had a plain talk with the president. "John
don't ueed no setting-up exercises. He sets up
too late already, so I'd ruther you'd cut them
out. But, say, if you've got any good gctting-
up exercises that are a sure thing, go to it
with John."
Acoording to Henry Nesbit, an American
authority, the whale is a mammal, and the
female bears one whale calf a year. Until the
young fish is six months old it is nursed by
the mother just as any laud baby ofthe mammal type is. A mother whale has been seen
to swim through the water with its young
cradled in its flippers.
A man advanced in years has often nothing
but his age to show that he has lived a long
period.—Seneca.
Because ofthe many small farms in France,
hand plows that may be operated by women as
well as men are sold there.
Alcyone, the brightest star of the Pleiades,
equals iu brightness the star Zeta It was at
one time fancifully pictured as the center of
the universe by the astronomer Mahler, but
this was merely a speculation for which there
is absolutely no foundation The Pleiades
form, in fact, a moving cluster of stars of 200
or more members and the principal stars are
associated with a nebula of vast size. There is
no reason to believe our sun with his family
of planets is moving around this or any other
center of the universe. It has been estimated
that the distance of the Pleiades from the
solar system is over 300 light years, or, in
other words, that the light from the cluster
takes over 300 years to travel to the earth
We see these stars today as they were before
the Pilgrim fathers landed in America.
Avalanches, which in the last few years have
caused much damage in the Bernese Ober-
land, are sometimes started by trivial causes.
Even a whisper has been known to set them
off, and lives have been lost by a climber
shouting to his companions when crossing a
snow slope. The starting of an avalanche
which a few years ago overwhelmed a caravan of sleighs in the Alps pass was attributed
to the tinkle of sleigh bells, antl ever sit ce the
use of bells on this route has been prohibited.
Newcomers to Switzerland often inquire what
purpose is served by the little barriers dotted
about the mountain slopes. These are the
avalanche breakers, without which traffic on
many of the Alps lines and passes would be
impossible for part of the year, ll would he
futile to place obstructions across tbe foot of
tho track taken by an avalanche; once the
mass has gained momentum it sweeps all before it. (So thick stone barriers built on i lie
slopes of the mountains.
A man may be honest because of the money
there is in it, or he may be otherwise for the
same reason.
Of all the precious stones, the ruby is the
heaviest. After it comes the game}, topaz
and diamond. Rubies are sesrec and when of
pigeon's blood color and flawless are worth
more than diamonds.
Justice is only a few jumps behind the most
clever sinner. There is no rest for the wicket
a guilty conscience  is  ever on  the  burning
sands.
A very-stout and portly gentleman was once
asked why he did not play golf, aud this was
his answer: "I did try it once, but I found
that when I put the ball where I could see it
I could not reach it; and when I put it where
I could reach I could not see it."
The first fossil  ever found of a family of
rodents, the living representatives of which
are found ouly in  Ethiopia, recently was dis
covered in Asia,
Nearly $7,500,000 was paid in death duties
on the estate of Sir Emil Ropner. a British
ship owner, who left an estate of $18,000,000.
A ship's captain is empowered to conduct a
marriage ceremony aboard his boat if the occasion arises.
Forty to fifty thousand hairs is th? crop on
the average man head, according to investigations conducted by professors of the Munich
university.
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S. T. HULL
Established 1910
Real Estate and Insurance
Resident Agent Grund Forks Tow tisitc
Company, Limited
Insist on BAYER TABLETS OF ASPIRIN
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are
not getting the genuine Bayer product proved safe
by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for
Colds      Headache       Neuralgia     Lumbago
Pain       Toothache      Neuritis       Rheumatism
package
which contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists.
Aspirin Is tlio trade mark (registered -In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlc-
noldester of BaUcyllcacid (Acetyl Salicylic Acid, "A. S. A."). Wliile lt ls well known
ttiat Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to assist the public agulnst Imitations, the Tablets
of Buys* Company will be stamped with their general trade mark, the "Bayer Orosa."
S«f*
',y-* ^** Accept  only  "Bayer'
Farms      Orchards     City Property
'"Agent*, at Nelaon,  Calgary, Wlhnlrs'ir ami
other Prairie polnta.  Vancouver As-cni   :
PBNDBIIINVESTMENTS
R.vrrKNBUBY LANDS I.Tl..
Btt-sbllBhed Iss 1910. we are :,. t. poatlissii isi
furnish reliable information r-fMioarniUiT thia
district.
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Tourist business throughout Can-
ada has been remarkably productive this year and it is estimated
that its total value for the Dominion will exceed $100,000,000.
This places the tourist traffic high
among  Canada's  industries.
Tlie "Princess Kathleen", one of
the two fine steamers under (*on-
structiun for the Canadian Pacifie
Railway's British Columbia coastal
service, was launched at Glasgow,
Scotland, o:i September 27th. Lady
Mount Stephen, widow of Lord
Mount Stephen, former president of
the company, performed the launching ceremony.
As an indication of how plentiful
wild game has become of recent
years in the Province of Quebec
comes a report from Montreal,
which records the recent appearance
of a full-grown bull moose in Rose-
mount, a suburb of the city. It is
thdught to have strayed into the
neighborhood from the forest to the
north. The animal was quite tame
and was easily captured.
Suspicious
Hospital Visitor—Are you
married?
Patient (much battered and
plastered)—Oh, no! I happened to bump into a fence.
E. G. Henniger Co.
Grain, Hay
Flour and Feed
Lime an;] Malt
Cement and Plaster
Poultry Supplies
Grand Forks, B. C.
The Duke of Alba, who, with
other Spanish grandees, recently
completed an extensive tour of Canada, purchased a number of very
valuable furs for gifts to be presented to his friends, including the
King and Queen of Spain. The furl
were acquired. while the Duke wae
sojourning at Banff, the popular
mountain resort on the Canadian Pa-
aific lruiin line.
K. SCHEER
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONIST
Dealer ia
Havana Cigars, Pipes
Confectionery
The minister bad come In une with the
Bl owns for dinner When they snt down to
the meal Mr. Jirown asked tlie guest to say
grace. This he did. However, the preacher
talked so softly that those at the table did not
hear his whispered "Amen." Freddy, , ii'ingh,
had been watching the minister out of one
corner of his eye, so when the family still sat
with bowed heads after the grace was finished,
Freddy exclaimed: "All heads up ami let's go
io eatin'."
An insect easing plant is the sundew, so
called because of a shining sticky substance
secreted by glands in the sunlight like a tare
gem. By means of the sticky mess, the sundew
attracts and entangles its prey. Then the edges
of the leaf curve inward, forming a Sort of
stomach into which an acid secretion is poured
to digest the meal.    The portions which can
Don't be awkward when given a compli
ment. Say "Thank you. 1 love compliments.'
That's candor.
Imperial Billiard Parlor
(■Jriiii'l Forks, B. C
Corporation of the City of Grand Forks
MUNICIPAL
VOTERS' LIST
EOR   1025
Will be composed of the names of the Registered
owners of real property and registered holders tof
agreements for sale, as at November 30th nexr.
And Householders and Licensees who have taken
the necessBiy statutory declaration during this month.
Such declaration may be takken and must be filed at
the Office 6f the City Clerk on or before October 31st.
JOHN A. HUTTON.
City Clerk.
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
Jic who has felt nothing does iot know how
Lo learn anything.
cAncient History
Items Taken From The Orand Forka Sun lor the Correaponding
Week Twenty Years Ago
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Henniger returned to
the city Saturday from Helena, and they will
locate here permanently, Mr. Henniger was
formerly in business in Grand Forks and still
owns some propeqy here. During the past
two years he has been engaged in the meat
market business with his brother in Helena
Herbert  W.  Young and  Miss  Sadie Fee
were married in the West ward last Wednes
day evening, Rov. J. R. Robertson performing
the ceremony.
Dr. K. C. MacDonald of this city will soon
open a branch office in Vernon.
Grand Forks has of late been enjoying an
ittractive list of performances at the  opera
not be digested are later thrown out  and  the|house, under thc present management of Lew
trap is set for the next victim.    The  sundew Johnson.
Lower Night Rates
For Long-Distance
Conversations
NEW night rates for long-distance service have been
instituted for long-distance calls between the hours of
8:30 p.m. and 7 a.m.. on the basis of approximately twice, and
in some cases three times, the day period, at two-thirds the day
rate.    For example:
From Grand Forks—                                                 Day. Night.
To Nelson  50c for 2 min. 35c for 4 mm.
*'   New Denver 75c for 2 min. 50c for 4 min.
"   Trail 30c for 2 min. 25c for 4 minr
"   Kaslo* 65c for 2 /.in. 45c for 4 miu.
Rates to  other  points are proportionate and will be furnished
by the rate clerk on request.
"Try This Service Tonight "
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY THE SUN: GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Kettle River Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Wednesday the 12th day of November, 1924, at the hour of 11 a. m., at
the Provincial Police Court, Penticton, B. C, I will sell at Public Auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out
of the persons in said list hereinafter set out for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons, on the 30th day of
June, 1924, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising Baid sale if the total amount
due for the period ending December 31st, 1921, is not sooner paid.
Tho Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner is
a number of tho Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits-of Section 151 of the "Taxation Act Amendment Act
1922."
LIST  OF  PROPERTIES.
Nnme of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
Arrears of     Interest    Costs &   Total
all Taxes   & Penalty     Expenses
CROWN GRANTED LANDS
Lingle, W. P Lot  127s  	
Ungle, W. P Lot 128s	
Johnson, E. N Lot 184A 	
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co -. Lot 258  :'.	
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co., Lot 262
56.00
35.00
21.15
412.80
171.00
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Lot 2G3  171.00
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Lot 287   92.40
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Lot 288   184.80
Siintlkameen Fruit Lands Co Lot 291   91.80
International Securities Co Loi 492 (Part) 271 ac  170.65
International Securities Co Lot 493 (Part) parcels B. and C  131.37
Thomas  Powers   Lot 519, (Part) 24 acres  223.06
Thomas Powers   Lot 519, (Part) 39.86 acres   294 18
Kerby, P. M Lot 5''4, (Part) 73.95 acres, Plan B
172     649.66
Grey, S. G Lot 746, (Part) 8.5 acres   95.82
Parry, W. W Lot 818s (Part) 311.77 ac  180.00
Parry, W. W Lot 817s (exeept Plan A165)   132.00
Quist, C. O Lot 1136s (part) Lot 1, Map 1832  10.00
Thompson, J. H Lot 1181s, (part) 56.35 ac  11.50
Thompson, J. H Lot 1181s (part) 41.95 ac  14.00
Rumberger, G. W Let 1193    15.00
Higgs, Mrs. A. D Lot 1213s (part) W% of NY. 40 ac  8.75
Kendall, Mrs. M. S Lot 1222 (part) 153.55 ac  52.63
McElmon, D. R Lot  1439s    65.19
Hughes & McOrmond  Lot  1450s    101.10
Hopkins,  Albert  Lot  1577s    94.56
Allcnby  Copper  Co Lot 1772  (part)  3.9 acres  13.72
Allenby  Copper  Co Lot 1772 (part) 1 acre   6.43
Christian Community   of Universal
Brotherhood Lot 2598s    28.00
Hammer,  John   Lot  2681    73.66
Oxley, David   Lot  2833s    18.60
Wilson, Chas.  H Lot  3098    160.60
Caron, Joseph,  Lot  3148    210.20
TOWNSITE 52, S.  D. Y. D.
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Section 1, East %   183.60
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Section 11, East */_   183.60
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Section 12   367.20
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co Section 17, (part) 10 acres. 20.85
TOWNSHIP 70, S. D. Y. D.
Allenliy Copper Co Section 32, (part 115 acres)   4,158.38
LOT 2710,  S.  D. Y.  D.
Connor, Henry, et al Sub lot IS   14.00
Vicioria Loan & Investment Co Sub. Lot 15 (part) 77.6 acres  49.10
Templeton, J. P Sub Lot 34 (Lot 2, Map 890)  10.50
LOT 3638, S. D. Y. D.
Ferroux, Rev. Jean Sub Lot 2, and part of 3, (2523.86
acres)     615.00
LOT 3639, S. D. Y. D.
Hadden, Geo Sub lot 6   66.00
MAP 140, SUBDIV. OF LOT 500, S. D. Y. D.
Mulford, A. II Block 16, East Part   41.83
MAP 567, SUB-DIV. OF LOTS 152, 153 AND 184,
Robinson, W. F Block 3, Lots 6 W%   65.55
Robinson, W. F Block 3, Lot 3   120.12
MAP 719, KALEDEN
White, G. J. C Block  21    11.78
MAP 1479, CAWSTON.
Hooper, James   Block 3, Lots 12, 13   116.09
' 10.66
6.60
4.29
73.Y3
30.12
30.12
15.75
31.50
15.67
31.10
23.80
45.69
60.10
141.91
17.10
35.32
25.26
1.92
1.90
2.64
3.33
1.65
10.43
11.96
17.17
15.64
2.79
1.24
5.28
13.71
3.35
27.35
33.25
31.33
31.33
62.67
3.53
921.52
2.43
8.40
1.82
113.15
11.31
$13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
% 80.31
55.35
39.19
500.28
215.47
215.47
121.90
230.05
121.22
215.50
168.92
282.50
368.03
805.3?
126.67
229.07
171.01
25.67
27.15
30.39
32.08
24.15
76.81
90.90
132.02
123.95
30.26
21.42
47.03
101.12
35.70
201.70
257.20
22S.68
228.68
443.62
38.13
13.75     5,093:65
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
6.G4
S. D. Y. D.
12.71 13.75
25.03 13.75
Douglas, J. T Block 9, Lot 10
Glinness, Mrs. E Block 10, Lot 5
Alloway, C. V Block 10, Lot 12	
MAP 1573, CAWSTON.
Bell, S. S Block 18, Lot 7 	
Brown, J. H Block 19, Lot 10 	
Brown, Anna  Block 19, Lot 11	
Patterson, Mrs. K Block 30, Lot 10 	
Gimbey, Fred L Block 35, Lots 1, 2	
Ireland, W. W Block 37, Lots 1, 2, East % of 3, 4.
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co '..Block 37, Lot 5..
64.50
74.20
70.95
64.50
77.40
70.95
45.15
141.30
232.20
83.85
MAP 843, SUB-DIV. OF LOTS 514 AND 804, S.
Williams, Mrs. M. R Block 6        18.25
MAP 77, SUB-DIV. OF LOT 500, S. D. Y. D.
Lawrence,  John  T Block 5        105.01
Lawrence, John T Block 12        91.71
MAP 24, ANACONDA TOWNSITE."
Lofstad, Ola     Block 5, Lot 8       " 6 05
McMynn, W. C Block 5, Lol 12         7.25
Garrison, Mis. M Block 11, Lots 6, 7,        7.51
Coulson, T. N Block 18, Lots 8, 9       17.62
Goodeve, J. H Block 23, Lot 1 and Lot 10 (part, East
of C. & W. Ry. Lots 11 to 14, ex-
cepl  C. & W. Ry.)       32.28
Clark, H. T Block 23, Lot 2        24.76
Keffer,  P Block 24, Lot 8, except C. P. R. Rt.
of Way         4.46
Keller,  F Block 25, Lots 1 to 5 and Lot A 8.13
Pasco,  Dick   Block 26, Lot 13  7,61
Beattie, M Block 28, Lots 1, 2, 8, 9  38.61
MAP 8, CASCADE TOWNSsTE.
McMynn, W. G Block 16, Lot 6   6.38
MAP 50, CHRISTINA TOWNSITE
Pokrson, R Block 16, Lois 9, 10          8.00
MAP* 103,  Denoro TOWNSJTE.
Brown, Mrs. Anna  Block 7, Lots 15, 16   8.00
MAP  71,   EHOLT  TOWNSITE
, Oxley, David Block 5, Lot 23,        15.27
Shaw,  William          Block 14, Lot 1   5.09
McMynn, W. G , Block 14, Lot 4  .... ™ 8.00
MAP 323, GLOSTER TOWNSITE.
iiobon, T. H Block 7, Lot 1   6.00
MAP 26,  FAIRVIEW  TOWN8ITE.
Jackson, W. R Block 2, Lot 17          2.41
Jones, H.  (Est)   Block 3, Lot 6        •     5.70
Jackson, W. R Block 3, Lot 18           2.41
Siiulelon, J. D        Block 10, Lot 1, 2  7.20
JaokSon, W. R Block 12, Lots 7, 9          3.82
Scett, Margaret E Block 12, Lot 11   7.10
MAP 27, FAIRVIEW TOWNSITE.
KearnoK, John Est Block 2, Lots 5, 6         7 40
Jones, Est. H    .Block 2, Lots 13 to 15...'  79.85
MAP  38,  SUBDIV.   LOT  700
Boll, Beatrice M Block 3. Lot 3          5.21
MAP 156, SUB-DIV. OF LOT 382
Acres, Dr. G. H Block 10, Lots 12 to 17         17.58
MAP   108,  SUBDIV.  OF   LOT  534.
Wagner, William  Block 32, Lots 1 to 6	
Gulblcksou,  O Block 34, Lot 4 	
MAP 128, SUB-DIV. OF  LOT 382.
Graham, Thomas,  Block 1, Lots 1 to 6 	
McDougail, C. H. Est Block 3, Lots 9 to 12 	
MAP 36, SUB-DIV. OF  LOT 534.
Grand Porks Townsite Co   Block 11, Lots 1 to 4, and 8       12.15
McLennan,  Hugh,   Block 13, Lot 30 	
Grand Forks Townsite Co Block 18, Lot 1 to 20 	
Grand Forks Townsite Co    Block 19, Lot 1 to 20	
Grand Forks Townsite Co Block 20, Lots 1 to 18 	
Stophehs, Mrs. J    Block 30, *(, Lot 4 and 5 . .
Wright,  Percy,  Block 30, Lots 9, 10 	
MAP 40, SUB-DIV. OF  LOT 495.
McMynn, W. G Block 10, Lot 7 and 13 .    ...
MAP  1363, SUB.-  DIV. OF   LOT 382.
Crawford, H. A - Block 3, Lots 12 and 13.
Richards, S. R  Block 3, Lots 22 to 24	
Aikman, Chas. A  Block 4, Lots 9 to 14 ....
McDiarmid, A Block 5, Lot#8, 9	
MAP  1254, SUB-DIV. OF   LOT 534.
Stoumpos, T. J Block 4, Lot 17	
Hamilton, Joseph   Block 5, Lot 22   .
Larkin, W. E    Block 7, LotB 10, 11 	
Barker, Misses M. and M Block 12, Lots 12, 13 	
MAP 1457, SUB-DIV. OF LOT 534.
Sneddon, Joseph,   Block 3, Lots 1, 2 .....
MAP  763,   KALEDEN.
Jackson, J. W _ Block 16, Lots 9 to 12   	
MAP 79, SUMMIT TOWN8ITE,
Tceporton, J. A _._        Block 36, Lot 6 	
2.22
20.72
11.51
13.25
12.79
11.51
13.82
12.66
8.05
25.72
41.47
14.95
. Y. D.
3.71
22.31
19.43
1.03
1.23
1.27
3.24
6.35
4.55
.73
1.46
1.27
7.03
1.16
1.36
1.37
2.59
.99
1.36
1.04
.33
.92
.33
1.22
.65
1.21
1.26
13.81
.97
3.31
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
* 12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
30.18
71.25
26.07
741.90
91.06
62.22
92.01
158.90
27.75
150.56
89.76
101.20
97.49
89.76
104.97
97.36
66.95
180.77
287.42
112.55
35.71
141.07
124.89
19.83
21.23
21.53
33.61
51.38
42.00
17.94
22.34
21.53
58.39
20.29
22.11
22.12
30.61
1S.83
22.11
19.79
15.19
19.37
15.49
21.17
17.22
21 06
21.41
106.41
18.93
33.64
31.47
6.34
12.75
511.56
5.21
.98
12.75
18.94
20.41
4.11
12.75
37.27
17.00
3.33
12.75
33.08
12.S5
2.76
12.75
28.36
G.03
1.03
12.75
19.81
16.00
2.74
12.75
31.49
16.00
2.74
12.75
31.49
14.40
2.4C
12.75
29.61
14.30
2.95
12.75
30.00
11.74
2.01
1.2.75
26.50
4.00
.G8
12.75
17.43
20.06
4.14
12.75
36.95
18.9G
3.87
12.75
35.58
52.04
10.65
12 75
75.44
11.04
2.35
12.75
20.74
4.64
*   .68
12.75
18.07
7.33
1.45
12.75
21.53
9.00
1.64
12.75
23.39
10.69
2.16
12.75
25.60
S.22
1.51
12.75
22.48
39.05
7.62
12.75
59.42
4.00
.68
12.76
17.43
McKenzie,
McDonald
Walters, Wm Block 40, Lots 6, 7 	
MAP  3,  MIDWAY  TOWNSITE.
Barton, F. W - Block 18, Lot 3 	
Guise, G. O , Block 26, Lots 15, 16 	
Coulson, T. N Block 37, Lot 17 	
Adams, W. C Block 38, Lot 13 	
MAP 4, OKANAGAN  FALLS.
Ingles, G. H Block 4, Lot 1 to 24 	
Bassett, R. B Block 14, Lot 10 	
Bassett, R. B Block 51, Lot 6 	
MAP   1280,   OKANAGAN   FALLS.
McLean, Wm Block 1, Lot 2 	
Craig, W. W Block 16, Lots 1, 2 	
MAP  59,  PHOENIX  TOWNSITE.
A. D Block 2, Lot 14 	
Alex   Block 8, Lots 10, 11 	
MAP 60, PHOENIX TOWNSITE.
M( Keown, J. T Block 2, Lots 6, 7 	
McDonald, Frank  Block 4, Lot 8, S^	
Cook, B. J Block 4, Lots 4, 5 	
ZUCCO,  M Block 8, Lot 16, except W. 10 ft. & N.
30 ft. & Lot 17, E 10 ft. except N. 30
ft	
Jiitlia, John   Block 8, Lot 17, W. 20 teet	
Olsen, Chas Block 9, Lol 11 	
Hillier, A.  Block 10, LotB 6, 7 	
Appleby, John  Block 10, Lot 11 	
Bean & Edwards  Block 10, Lot 12 	
Craves & Williams , Btock 11, Lot 1 to 4 	
Hi-iniedy & Graves  Block 11, Lots 9, 10 	
Graves, J.  P Block 11, Lots 11, 12 	
Craddock, Bruce Block 13, Lot 2 	
Knox, J. D Block 13, Lot 3 	
Canadian Bank of Commerce Block 16, Lot 1 	
Mills, J. E Block 16, Lots 5, 6 	
Munson, J. A Block 19, Lots 18, 19 	
Catholic Church  Block 26, Lots 1 to 4 	
Stevens,  Peter    Block 31, Lot 3, (part) 4 by 30 feet	
Mattioda, J. & P Block 31, Lot 3, (part) 30 by 110 feet,
& 36 by 26 feet	
Wilcox, W. B Blcclc 16, Lots 2, 8 	
Johnson, M Block 8, Lois 16, 17, part 	
MAP   58,  PHOENIX  TOWNSITE.
Matheson, D. J Block 7,  Lots  1,  2, except  34  by 60
feet reverted	
Phoenix Water & Light Co Block 19, Lots 5, 0	
MAP 281, PHOENIX TOWNSITE.
National Trust Co Block L,  Lots 1 to 10 and Block M,
Lol 1  to 18 	
National Trust Co Block C, Lots 1 to 12	
MAP 184, PHOENIX TOWNSITE.
Moore, Thomas  Block 2, Lot 5 	
MAP   1,   ROCK   CREEK   TOWNSITE.
Danoff, S Block 5, Lots 1 to 3 	
DanolT, S Block 5, Lots ?0, 21 	
MAP   66,   SUBDIV.  OF   LOT   107
KEREMEOS, B. C.
Sutherland, Jas Block 36, Lots 1, 2 	
KALEDEN   IRRIGATION   DISTRICT.
Preston, Mrs. T. It Map 719, Block 131, 	
Water Rates and Interest 	
Cull, H. A Map 719, Block 73 	
Water Rates and Interest 	
Dated at Penticton, B. C, this 14th day ol October, 1924.
E. T. COPE,
Arrears of
all Taxes
"        4.00"
8.00
40.30
7.26
6.96
169.10
6.16
6.16
6.96
12.37
4.00
6.80
5.85
4.00
4.00
11.80
34.07
4.00
4.80
4.00
4.00
81.35
7.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
11.75
32.50
4.00
G4.97
32.70
10.00
29.85
3.50
7.10
37.82
105.00
10.23
30.00
Interest
& Penalty
.68
1.37
7.84
1.29
1.26
29.07
1.05
1.05
1.81
2.10
.68
1.16
Costs &
Expenses
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
.99 12.75
.68 12.75
.68 12.75
1.99
7.75
.68
.82
.68
.68
13.99
1.32
.68
.68
.68
1.02
.68
.68
.68
.68
.68
.68
2.51
5.98
.68
14.88
6.91
2.74
4.17
.57
.70
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
7.88
23.37
3.00 13.76
6.64
Total
TT43
22.12
66.89
21.30
20.97
210.92
19.96
19.96
21.02
27.22
17.43
20.71
19.59
17.43
17.43
25.54
54.57
17.43
18.37
17.43
17.43
108.09
21.07
17.43
17.43
17.43
19.77
17.43
17.43
17.43
17.43
17.43
17.43
27.01
51.23
17.43
92.60
52.36
31.49
46.77
16.82
20.65
59.45
128.37
26.98
36.64
Provincial  Collector.
Watchmen Who Never Sleep
Top left—Shown how tlis-y guard the approach to the
Kelxoy Horse 1'isnsj rlulil, the pa»s«age throim/h ill' 1'iikm
Itaelf, uissl the PnllUer Tunnel  (below).
Comparatively few of the thousands of miles of ,ailroad
in Canada are electrified, but tliere is no railway
organization which does not rely to a creator er lesser
extent on electricity as an aid to efficient 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 arc- operated, and a thousand
nt use which
the human i le-
:y,   Numbered
rials which one
nadiari Pacific,
ountain passes
and one electrical devices are in co.
beside being labor Baving do away wltl
ment which might make for inellh'i
among these are the automatic BIoch 1
finds distributed along the line of the (
and notices particularly in the Rocky
where they are more urgently required.
To the average layman an automatic signal is just a
signal, and the general public is on ..- Interested in it
because it gives added protection, or rather eliminate.,
possible danger from the portion of track which it governs.
To the railroad oliicial it is more. It acts as watchman
against broken rails, open switches, a fouled track or any
other obstruction. Through a circuit in the rail this la
accomplished, and if the circuit be broken, for the reason
that anothi r train is occupying '.he block, or that there is
..n open bv itch, a broken rail, washout or other obstruction, then the train approaching the signal may not pass.
And while it :-. vaits a through signal, trains following in
the rear may not approach for the reason that they aro
also Btopped by an automatic signal which will *not
release tliem until,the preceding train has passed from
that section of the track which they desire to enter.
A perfect system. No ei ct teal circuit — no through
signal — no train may pa.-   .
The value of this system in the Rockies cm hardly
be ovar-estlmati 1.   Nol  only Is labor Baved, but thn
:ompan*>
' if.e protection.
ENGLAND WILL. SUPPORT CANADIAN ENTERPRISES
Before leaving England recently after a short visit to that country. E. W. Beatty, president of the Canadian
Pacific Railway said "I cannot, help I ut regard Canada as the i cati d actual potential asset in the Empire
and wh( n exchange is at parity I feel qu 'fident that England i ('ana,linn enterprises and Canadian
■ Sir Thomas Fisher, general manager,
an General  Manager of tha Ctu-Muui
■1     '    ment \ ill be   ■ ry extensive.'
Pa    M  .    am il ips, [left)
The pi
Sii  Georgi
raph n
icLaren Brown,
acilic, Mr. Beatty and Captain i. Turnbull, commander uf the MonUaurier THE SUN:  GRAND FORKS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
in aluir..in*um pacKets
is   always  pure  and   fresh.
So  delicious!    Try  it today.
News of the Gity
A Liberal meeting will be held in
Bertois hall, Cascade, at 3:30 in tlie
afternoon on Thursday, October 30.
The speakers will bo Hon. Dr. J 11.
King, federal minister of public
works; D. VV. Sutherland, Liberal
candidate in the Yale by-election,
and Col. C. E. Edgett of the OkanH
agan.
Mrs. Drucella Davison, aged 73
years, 9 months and 29 days, wife of
.Silas M. Davison, died at her home
in this city on Saturday last. The
funeral took place from the Unitod
church, where services were held, on
Monday afternoon, and interment was
made in Evergreen cemetery.
Ruby Koss Smith, and LoNoir J' hn
Kislier, miii of Mr. and Mrs J, T.
Fisher, of the North Fork, were uui»
led in marriage by Rev, F. E. Runs-
nails. Only relatives of tlie principals
were present. After a light luncheon
the young couple left by motor ear
for Port Hill, Idaho, whore they will
reside,
Miss Nellie Young is a patient in
tho Grand Forks hospital. She underwent an operation for appendicitis
on Wednesday.
The packing of this season's fruit
crop will be completed in a few days
at the central packing house.
H. A. Brown has returned from Ids
hunt for gold in the north. He intends to resnme the search next sum.
A quiet wedding took place  at th°
home  of Mr.  and   Mrs. G. A   Smith
in the West end on Wednesday morn
ing  at  11*15, when  their daughter,
Chief J. A. Fiaser has received notice to move from Greenwood to Penticton, where he will make his head..
quarters. Constable J. M.Bella will
be in charge of the   Greenwood office.
It is only a question of time when
the regenerative radio receivers will
be prohibited Their installation
should never have been permitted, as
they often spoil a fine entertainment
by interference.
Hill
Liberal   Meeting
EMPRESS  THEATRE
Grand Forks, B. C.
Thursday, October 30th
8:00 P. M.
SPEAKERS:
Hon. Dr. J. H. King
Minister of Public Works
D. W. Sutherland
Liberal Candidate
Col. C. E. Edgett
Ladies   Are   Especially    Invited   to Attend
GOD SAVE THE KING
.ill:
Here and There
Immigration to Canada for the
rnsnth of August, 1924, totalled 20,-
180, of whom 5,706 were from tbe
British Isles, 1,784 from the United
States, and 12,696 from other Man-
tries. Immigration for the first five
months of the fiscal year totalled
76,719. In the same period 28361
Canadians have returned to Canada
from domicile in the United States.
As an indication that the tide ef
settlers has definitely set ia ths
direction of Canada, it has beea
made known by the Department of
Immigration and Colonization thst
6,000 acres of land near Lethbridge
has been sold to ten families of 7B
persons from South Dakota. This,
it is announced, is only the advance
Cimrd nf a considerable northward
movement  irom  that  region.
"W
'i  h
ave a good report ts
present wher we reach the Hebrides", Baid Kev. Kather Alex. Mac-
Dor, ;all, a m .. '.,-. r of thc Hebridean
commission of inquiry which investigated conditions of Hebrideans in
Canada. The members of the commission, after visiting Alberta, reported the new settlers perfectly
satistitd with Canadian conditions.
Anion;,: lhe passengers sailing for
Europe abuard the Canadian Pacific
Steamship "Knipreas of France" on
October 8th, was Geo. A. Walton,
General Passenger Agent, Canadian
Pa ific Railway, Montreal, who will
represent the company on an extensive tour of Europe arranged for
the American' Association of Passenger Traffic Officers by the trans-
Atlantic steamship companies and
the railroads of Great Britain and
the continent.
Charles J. Pernigotti, a native of
Danbury, Conn., has received a commission from the Prince of Wales tc
paint some of his blooded stock on
the E. P. ranch, near High River,
on the Canadian Pacific lines in Alberta. Pernigotti, who has attained
a reputation as a painter of animals,
Bays tht commission was awarded
during the Prince's stay at Syosset
He will commence work the latter
part of October.
As a result of the survey conducted by the newly formed Graphic
Arts Association, printing and allied
trades are now shown to constitute
the second largest industry in Winnipeg, Man., representing an investment of $10,054,318, and providing
employment for 12,000 people. The
report shows that during 1928 the
sum of $3,619,322 was paid in
salaries.
LAND BEGISTKY AGT
(Section 227.)
IN THK MATTER of Application No. M760F
.,.awl In   lhe Mutter ei Lota 11,18 and  19,
Block 19, Map 23, City of Uruml Forka.
TAKK NOTIUK that the above application
has been made to register Thomas Abeam,
Ottawa, Outal io, aa tbe owner in fee of the
above lumls and for the laaue to the aaid
Thulium Aheuris of a Certificate of Indefeasible Title thereto, and that In support of audi
applientiou there appetira in the chain ol title
ii conveyance dateil 27th July, 191.'i, irons |The
Dominion i-eriiianeut .Loan I'ompauy under
Its eorpo ate teal lo Thomas Abeam ol
Lots 18 ami 19, llloek IB, Map 28, under tbe
power of sale eoutaiueil in a certain mortgage dated the 21st day of April, 1899. from
Joseph K. Johnson to The Pi ovineial Building
and .Loan Association, and which mortgage
was aaalgned by the Prsivineial Building nnd
Loan Association to The Dominion Permanent Loan Company by assignment dated
Slltli June, IW-.
And -''ul'TllBH Takb Notici: thut registration will be elfected in pursuance of Use
above application and a Certllleate uf lude-
feasible Title to the aaid lauds issued to tlie
said Thomas Aheurn after the lapse ol fourteen duys trom the service upou you of tills
notice (which may be elfected us directed
hereunder) unless you shall take aud prosecute the proper proceedings lo establish your
olaim, if any, to thesaid lands, or to prevent
such propoaed action on uy part.
Haled at  the Land Registry  OfBcc,!*.Katn-
"   this 14th day af October,   A.D.
looni
1924.
11. C,
B.8.STOKBB,
Registrar of Titles.
To Joseph K. Jobnaou.
I direct aervtce of above Notice by publication onee a week  for two weeka in a newspaper circulating nearest the lands.
B. 8. STOKES,
Registrar of Titles.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GRAND
FORKS, B. C.
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned till Monday, October
27th, at 6 P.M., for the purchase or
rental of the warehouse at the Qranby
smelter site.
JOHN A. HUTTON, Clerk.
The man who is wronged
can forget it; the man who
wronged him never can.
FRUITGROWERS
We will handle your Fruit and
Vegetables for 10 per cent or
buy it outright. Write us for full
particulars.
LANGSTAFF LIMITED, MOOSE JAW, SASK.
cAlways Fresh
Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries is
constantly moving from our shelves to the consumers.    It therefore has no  time  to become
stale.
CITY GROCERY
Phone 25 H. H. HENDERSON, PROP.
•1 TRY OUR TEAS AND COFFEES
V
RUSH THEBE ON CLEVELAND
IT brings the whole country for miles around within easy reach.
Havo you seen the new models! They're as graceful as swallows! As
bright as new coinl As weatherproof as a duck! Automobile Steel
Bearings. Frame of English Seamless Steel Tubing, Hard Maple
Rims. Hercules Brake. Everything complete. Ileal Quality. Real
Value.  Easy Terms. We are tbe people to mount you riglit.
J. R. MOOYBOER SB^£i&£«
Open Saturday Evenings Till 10 o'Cloek
1
Ship Tour Gream to
The Kettle Valley
Creamery Co.
We pay the highest price and asanro
you th*; most accurate test. Give your
local croamery your trade.
KETTLE VALLEY CREAMERY COMPANY
A. E. MCDOUGAIL
CONTRACTOR AJ3 UUd
LoSfe.
iCLiu
A Bargain in Newspapers
An Opportunity to Win S5,000
A Beautiful Art Calender Free
The Grand Forks Sun hai concluded an arrangement with The
Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal by wliieli we ean offer the
greatest bargain ever given to newspaper readers
The offer includes a full year's subscription to both papers, an art calendar with a most beautiful picture Bubjecl ready for framing, and un opportunity to win a prize of $5,000 cash,
In tbo Federal Election of 1<J2I there were 3,1 l!l,;JUG votes cast out o
a total uf 4,435,310 names on tlie voters  list.
How many votes will Im polled m i be next Federal Election?
TlieEnmly Herald and Weekly Mai are offering Ten Thousand Dollars
in H prizei for the best estimate, and our arrangement with the publishers
of that great weekly gives every Urand Forki* Sun subscriber an opportunity
to make an estimate|and perhaps win the . apital prize of 85,000. Some person
will win.     Wby sbould it nut be yuu'
Read Thte Bargain
The Grand Forks Fun Costs SI.OO per Year.
The Family Herald and   Weekly  Star Costs $2.00
per' Year.
We now offer a fnll year's subscription to botb papers', including a copy
of Plie Family Herald Art Calendar and tin- right tu make one estimate in
The Family Herald Election Contest,
All for &2.00
Estimates must be made at time of subscribing, and uo changes will be
permitted afterwards.
Order Now at This Office
The GRAND FORKS SUN
With the approaching close of
the tourist season, plans are being
laid for the continuation of construction work at the Chateau Frontenac, the Canadian Pacific Railway's palatial hotel in the city of
Quebec. Some of the interior decorating and the completion of
rooms of the main corridor in the
Chateau had tu be left unfinished
when the present tourist season
opened, but it is •■•pceted that work
on these parts ul ihe hotel will commence very shortly. The billiard
room and other rooms in the basement will also Le completed as soon
as  possibles
Ed Depew is in the Grand Forks
boswital, suffering from an attack of
rheumatism.
Client
liouiinicn Monumental Works
Asbestos^Produc's Co. Hoofing
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
BOX 332 6RAND FORKS,
B.C
TIIE HUR—Bring your boot
;"£and  shoe repairs   to    my
, f shop  for neat and prompt
work.    Look   for the big
boot.—GEO.   ARMSON
LADIES
Keep Cool
Look Cool
and Feel
Comfortable
at little cost.    Just  buy
a couple of those nice
Bungalow
Dresses only $1.50
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMIN6
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kindss
Upholstering Neatly Done
R. G. McCOTCHEON
WINNIPBfl AVBNO.?
and a pair of Sandals.
Then you may laugh at
the hot days.
DONALDSON
'S
Phone 20
DON'T HESITATE!
PHONE 101R
FOR FINE PRINTING
Our
Hobby
is
Good
Printing
npHE value oi well-
printed* neat appearing stationery as
a means of getting and
holding desirable business has been amply
demonstrated. Consult us beiore going
elsewhere*
Wedding invitations
Ball programs
Business cards
Viri-'ing cards
Sh'r-~ing tags
Letterheads
Statements
Noteheads
Pamphlets
Price lists
Envelopes
Billheads
Circulars
Dodgers
Posters
Menus
JGRAND FORKS      v
Transfer Co.
DAYIS 8 HANSEN. Prop
City Baggage and General
STransierja-;:;-)
 { -••1,,
Coal,  Wood and^Iee
Eor Sale
Office at |R. P. Petrie'g Store
Phone 64
Yale Barber Shop
Razor Honing a Specialty"
New Type
ILatest Style
Faces
THE .SUN
Columbia Avenue and
Lake street
TELEPHONE
R101
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Yalr Horia,   First■ i hf.kt*]^
SYNOPSIS OF .
LANDACTJUHENDNENTS
PU-IMPTIONS
Veeant,      ttmnaerraa,
'room landa mv oa wis
■iritis* subject* over ll yeara i	
an* Iv aliens m dMtarlo* intention
to becemi Britlah aabjaot-a, conditional aaaa mi-tan*, ooonaatlon,
an*   bBpreramsmt   tor    ag-rto-altural
MB InfM-Mtton
atlene   regardlnc   pre-e   .
-rtveo hi BuUatln No. 1, Land I
Hew to Pre-empt
•Main
addresalng  tL_
landa, Viotorla. B~C, er b* aar Oev-
aopiaa st
which aan be obtained freo et'oaarge
tbo   Do*M*-lBM«t_ ef
runout Afoot
Reoarda will bo axaated oov
niy land auitablo  tar   egrioulti
i-urpoaia, and whioh la not tlmber-
and, Us
retina
altureJ
Imber-
ian& La., osurylnf over M00 board
feet per aore weat of theOoaatBaage
and MM foot per aore eaat ef that
Ranee.
Applications ter pre-emptions are
10 ba tmtUraaast to the Land Com-
inla-donar of the Land Heooi-dlng Di-
vl-non. in wbioh the land applied tor
la attaeted. and are made on printed
forma ooeoaa of whioh oan be obtained from the Land Oemmlailoner.
Pre^em-asMeaa muat bo occupied for
five raara aad ImprevemenU made
to value of $10 por aore, Inoludlng
leering aad -miavatlnjL•» ****** Ave
sona, before a Ciwwn Ora-nt oan be
reoelved.
rev mora detailed lafanr ttloa aee
tha Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Laad."
PUROHASE
Application! aro reoelved for pit-
ohaae of vaoant and unreserved
drawn landa, net being* tlmberland,
fer agricultural purposes; minimum
prloe of flrst-olaaa (arable) land ia $1
par aore, and aeoond-olaaa (graaing)
land 11.60 per aero. Further Information regarding purohaaa or leaao
of Crown lands la given ln Bulletin
Ne. 10. Land Series, "Purehaae and
Lease of Crown Landa."
atlll. factory, or Industrial altea en
timber land, net encoding tt i
■     *  lied,!
of
■UsT be purohased or leased, the oon-
dttsena      Inoludlng      payment
HOMMITI klASKS
Uaawrveyed areaa, net exooodlng H
tree, may bo leaaed aa homoaltaa,
conditional upon a dwelling being
ereoted ln the flrst year, title being
obtainable sifter residenoe and Improvement conditions aro fulfilled
and land haa been surveyed.
LEASES
For graaing and  Industrial
poaea areaa not exooodlng 040
mar be leaaed by one person ar a
oompany.
GRAZING
Under the Oraalng Aot the Fn
tnoe W divided Into graaing dletrleta
and tha range administered under a
Oraalng commtaaloner. Annual
graatng permits are Iaaued baaed on
numbers ranged, priority being given
to eetabllshtd owners. Stock-ownera
may form associations for range
nanagement Free, or partially free,
.'i-mita aro available tor settlors,
•ampere and travellers, up to tea
•••nd. •

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