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 :n-  and  Ke.ti" 1 e Va lie y O r c h a r d i s t  $  i/-?.'  THIRTEENTH YEAR-No. 40  GRAND FORKS, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1014  $1.00 PER YEAR  CREAMERVBY-  Must Be Completed Beiore  the First.of .March  Next  Major Gaw and   Aid.   Bickerton,  Bonthron,    Donaldson,     Henniger,  Manly and McCallum   were   present  at the meeting of  the  citty  council  on Monday evening.  . The   Grand Forks Canning company asked the ^council   to   transfer  the privileges granted it to the Grand  Forks Canning association. The clerk  was authorized to sign the request.  The .chairman   of   the   board of  works   reported   that   it   was    Mr.  Ryley's opinion that the city would  be   liable   in   tbe   event  of    accidents     occurring     from     elevated  sidewalks without railings'j and after  discussing-the  matter   tbe   council  decided to have railings added to the  few   high   walks  in the city.    The  chairman also reported that  the cement sidewalk at the new post office  oonld not be completed   at present,  as   'the   government   had no funds  available for this purpose.  The mayor thought the board of  works should have a cement side-  \valk--'Constructed oh First'." street,  from Miller & Gardner's store to P.  Bums' meat market. On motion of  Aid. Manly and Donaldson, the  board was given power to act in the  matter.  The Winnipeg avenue bridge was  reported to be in need of replanking,  and the members of the. council  thought it would be advisable to approach the C.P.R. officials on the  subject of substituting it with a subway. :: ''.'������������������������������������  . .  The chairman of the water and  light committee reported that the  expense to maintain the signal light  on the fire hall for the'chief of police would be small, if any. ...He  also reported that the new street  lamps bad arrived and were being  installed.'  The mayor explained.to the chair  man of the water and light committee that  at  the  bate   of   her   taxes for  1912, 1913  and 1914.  ��������� A petftion for a 12-foot cement  sidewalk > in front of the Hotel  Province was received from Emile  Larsen. ��������� The matter was referred  to the board of .works, with instructions to investigate the same and to  report at the next'meeting. '  A   petition t for .a 4 foot., cement  sidewalk on Miner avenue was . re ���������  ceived from the Grand Forks Town  site' company,    Messrs.    Patterson,  Benson-and others.    Referred to the  board of works with power to act.  ��������� The mayor and   clerk   were   authorized to issue deeds for  the   lots  sold to R. Campbell last spring  "Aid. Henniger was granted   leave  to introduce the creamery   aid    bylaw.    It passed its first  and   second  readings, was considered and adopted in committee, and then . under  a  suspension of the rules was read  for  the   third   time.    The   mayor and  clerk   were   authorized" to sign the  agreement entered into between   the  city and Bernard Lequime, the pro  motor   of  the   creamery,   and    Mr.  Lequime attached his own signature  to it.    By   this  agreement the city  agrees to convey to Mr. Lequime free  of cost lots  9   and lU, block 5, plan  23;   exemption   from    taxation   for  eight years; water  for  four years at  10c per 1000 gallons, not to   exceed  1000 gallons per day.    On  his   part  Mr. Lequime agrees to erect a creamery building to cost  $2000,   and   to  install a plant  costing $3000;   work  on the building to.  be started on   or  before December11   of   the   present  year,    and   the plant to be ready to  start operattons on March   1,   1915  He must also furnish a bond in  the  sum of $800 as a guarantee that  he  will carry out his part of the   agreement.  The mayor's and aldermen's re  numeration bylaws' were reconsidered and finally passed. -  and Okanagan and the coast will be >  made when the Hope mouniain cutoff line is-in operation.  "The completion of the road will  reduce the run between Penticton  and Vancouver to 250 miles, the  same distance from the coust as  Kamloops.    Passengers will be  able  Mr. Peters Makes a Tour of!t0 leavftbe 0kan^an in lhe ev:en"  1 ing and arrive in Vancouver in time  for breakfast. The run will probably be made in about ten or eleven  hours.  'The Kettls Valley route will  place the fruit growers of .ths Boun-  dory and ihe Okanagan in a stronger  position to compete with the producers on the American side. They  will be able to .--hip fruit much  quicker and at a considerably   lower  Inspection Over the Ket  tie Valley Road  SMELTER ACTIVE  Treatment of 2,153,863 lbs.  of Blister Copper in Four  Moritbn Reported  F. W. Peters, general snperin  tendent of the western division of  the Canadian Pacific railway, alter  inspecting the construction work on  the Kettle Valley line from Midway  to Merritt, hint week, made the following statement:  "Rapid progress with the construction of the Kettle Valley railway  all along the line of the route is now  being made  With the exception of  an eight-mile gap above Kelowna,  tbe   line   has   been    finished   clear I Hope to link    up the Canadian   Pa-  rate."  The Hope-Coquihalla section of  the Hope mountain cut-off line will  probably be finishsd 'within the next  twelve months. Work is expected  to be started at an early date on the  bridge across the Fraser   river   near  through from Midway to Penticton  Several bridges are in course of construction and are expected to be finished about the middle of   October.  When   these  -structures   are   completed the line will   be   open   from  I the Boundary west to the Okanagan-,  a distance   of   134   miles.    In  my  opinion the Kettle Valley line is one  of }he finest stretches of  railroad  in  British Columbia, or in fact in Canada,    not   taking   into   account, of  course, the main ���������lines.....The   w.ork  is all  first-class,   permanent   structures being provided, and the steel is  heavy and the track  well   ballasted.  "Ths track has been laid   to   Os-  prey lake, forty miles west  of Pen  cific eailway main line on the norih  shere. Grading is proceeding on  the small connecting section to the  site of the bridge.  It has been reported that bass  have recently been caught in the  .Kettle river at Orient, W-a6h. If  this is true, the fish are undoubtedly  escaping from Christina lake, aud  Game Warden Mader went down to  Orient yesterday to investigate tbe  matter. If the conjecture is cor-  ticton, and the section of line be- rect, the matter will be referred to  tween   that   point   and   Princeton,   the   government,     with   a   request  thirty-one miles, is expected to be  ready for traffic in November. Grading has all been finished on the  see-  that a barrier be built at the mouth  of Christina lake. This would proba^  Report." received   Saturday   from  Hidden Creek state that the Granby  company's smelter   there   produced  2,163,863 pounds of blister   copper  from the time the first   furnace   was  blo'vn jjn on March 1 to   June   '30.  Tbe   output   at   current   prices   is  worth  approximately  $305,000,  in  addition to the silver and  gold  con-  tints.     The smelter gradually is increasing its treating   resources,    and  it   is   believed   that if will be operating at its full capacity, 2000   tons  daily, in a short time.     The   blister  copper   shipments   in    May     were  773,960 pounds and   in   Jnne   they  were 949,035 pounds.  Thc dry ore handled by the new  smelter up to June 30 was 63,25o  tons, and engineers' reports of that  date estimated the ore reserve at  112,000,000, carrying good gold and  silver values in additiynto the copper. The Hidden Creek plant and  mines, together with the-equipment  and machinery, -represents- an expenditure of more than $4,000,000,  but the total ore reserves are said to  be worth not less than S70,000,000,  based on the prevailing metal prices.  Operations at Hidden ' Creek are  regarded by tbe Granby management as entirely satisfactory. The  mines are producing in advance of  the smelter   requirements   and    the  bly be an opportune   time   for   the  Midas property, in   Alaska, recently  tion of the Hope   mountain   cut-off  people   af   Cascade   to  renew their acquired by the company,   will   be-  route which is being built by the  Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern, and  is to be used jointly by that road  and the Kettle, Valley line, and  tracklaying will be started this week.  The line has already been built to  Coalmont, ten miles west of Princeton. With the completion of the  three links���������the eight-mile'gap east  of   Penticton, the section   between  iigitation  stream.  foj   a   dam   across   that |g''i shipping soon.  The report states that the number  of directors of the Granby may be  reduced at the next annual election.  A meeting  of   the   Grand   Forks  Liberal association will   be  held  in .         the Miners' Union hall on   Wednes-  Osprey lake and Princeton, and   the  . day evening, August 5. at 8 o'clock, [joint section to Otter   Summit���������tbe  ast   meeting of the ' for the transaction of   general   busi- j Kettle Valley line will be ready   for.  "1.111   flf   t.ho llivir/1   nt I ���������"  council the chairman of the board of   .. ,,.,  works had consented  to   have  S1001 attend,  tiken from the estimates of  his de-.  partment and added to the grant   of  the' Agricultural   association.    Mr.  Gaw asked the chairman   if  he was  ness.    All members are requested to I operation, from Midway to the   coast  'via Midway. ' .S peaces Bridge and  the main line of the Canadian Pacific   railway.     Train   service    via  Death of Mrs. Orchard  The death of Mrs. Elizabeth   Jane  Orchard, wife of   Edward   Orchard,  W.   Enomoto, who had a  speedy  trial    before   Judge   Brown   at   the  court on Monday afternoon, charged  with doing bodily harm on   Watson  Miller   at   Cascade    recently,    was  found guilty of the charge and   sentenced to six months' imprisonment  at hard labor.  Tbe evidence showed  that Enomoto had had great   provocation  for hi is   jiet,'   hut   as   be had  used    a    knife   on   his    victim, the  judge had no alternative hut to   im  pose   the   above    penalty  Ryley appeared for   tlie   defendant,  Smith-Jennings  Chester Smith, son of Mr. and  Mrs. James A. Smith, of this -city,  and Miss Melvina Jennings, of St.  John, Wash., were married at the  home ef the bride's parents in that  city on Wednesday, July 22. After  a .short wedding tour, the young  couple arrived in Grand Forks on  '".'. I Saturday evening. They have com-  ' menced housekeeping  in  I    'i Ixr V,'   i-.      > ,���������   ,, '.! residence   near   the Central school  Merritt will likely be instituted   late iaiuI w- R- Dewdney  ot   Greenwood;, f.     .     ...  I ,       . ,    i     , ; Ihe man y friends oi Mr.   auu  this   autumn, but   no   definite   has ; acted as deputy clerk of peace. .. ,  '               .                . ibinith wish them a long   and  pros  yet been fixed for starting operation, j      -- '  their new  1001.  Mrs.  long   and   |  j perotis married life.  i  N. K. Morrison returned home on  The   Canadian    Pacific   railway |     L. Ogilvie, who has been spending  has been extended south   from Mer- ja weL.k in lhe   city. nn Tuesday lasU     X. K. Morrison returned home on  ntt to m������et the Kettle line near   theim.eiy,d    ,0,000   salmon  tfont   fry j Monday from a week's business trip  Otter Summit." ! from the'Gerrard, B. C., fish hatch   j to   Victoria.     He   was  glad   to get  Mr. Peters   stated   that    he   was : ei.Vi am| lh(, ^.^wcre placed in thej hack to Grand   Forks.    Business  at  willing to have alike amount de-! occurred at her home in this city  ducted from his estimates and ap-| on Monday,. July 27, after a pro-  plied to the same purpose. Mr. , traded illness. Deceased was IS  McCallum answered that be was i years of age. and has been an in-  willing to have the   water  estimates j valid during the past ten years. The  reduced $40, light  840. and fire de- j family has resided in   this   city   for |     Mr. Peters   stated   that   he ,,,,,������������������,., m  __  partment  $20,  and   on  motion the;seven   or   eight   years.   She is stir- 'greatly struck with the scenic beauty : N,',rlh Kork, about six   miles  above j u,e ccKHtJiesaysris duller than   in  council ordered the above   reduction  vived by her husband. ! of the new route between the Bonn-: tm; (;il/yi ,he   H.ime   (iay.    This last \ho interior.    He'brought back   the  be   made.    A   resolution    was then      The   funeral   was   held   from the, dary, Okanagan,   Similkameen and   jUKtaIment,   with    the  consignment! cheerful news that everybody at the  adopted, on   motion of   Aid.    Bon-  family   residence   in   this city at 2 j toe   Nicola   valleys.    At one point  rra;iV(>ci |a.st week, makes a total   of; coa.st is turning Liberal, as a  conse-  thron and Henniger,   to   the   effect o'clock Tuesday   afternoon,   to   the | west   of   Penticton   the  line crosses H;(o0O   trout   fry   'u-'   '----'        :  that 8100 be taken  from   the board j Methodist   church,    where  services j Trout   creek   on   a  bridge 240 feet   placed   in   that"  of works estimates, and a  like  sum ' were   held.      A   large   number   of! high, affording a magnificent   pa;:o-  frorn the water and light department, ; friends and acquaintances  attended 'ramie view of thc ranch dotted    vab  and that the same be applied to   the J tlie service,   and  then   followed  the  'ey     f-n(J   Summerland   and   other  Agricultural association's grant. ! remains    to    Fraternal     cemetery, .settlements.    The   line   rises   3000  The   city   health   officer reported 'where interment took place. j feet above the level  of   tho   sea   in  having tested samples of milk   from;  ���������-   > places.      ,..,,...,   .,.  ���������.,,.   v..v.     .luc    uauuiskjujsis    returned  all the dairies supplying milk to tbe j     Mr, and Mrs. Riddell.   who   have;     "Large tracts of   line agricultural   .Methodist   church   Sunday   school   to   the   city   about   11 o'clock that  citizens, and that he had found the;'been visiting at the home of Mr. ]and and mining territory will he field their annual picnic at Lynch night. The baseball game ended in  same pure and free from preserva- [nn^ ^IS- James I.looke for a shorty opened up by the new line," said creek Wednesday afternoon. There a, tie, each club scoring one run. and  tives. ; time, left yesterday for eastern Can- Mr. Peters, "and a big cut in the was a jmod turn out, and everybody in the football match Trail cam-ont.  Mrs Kelleher was granted   a   re-   "''a..   ��������� ,mv������������������    i.~ l--    " -  that   have    been  quence of which the sobbing of   the  stream.     Another! Tories   sounds   like  the  beating of  shipment of the .same species of fish \ the waves against the rocky shore.  , will arrive in the city next week for j    thepurpo.se   of   slocking   Christina :     A large number  of  Grand   Forks  lake. people   accompanied    the   baseball  and football clubs to Trail last   Sun-  The teachers   and    pupils   of the   day.    The    excursionists    returnee"  difference   between   ihe    Boundary  had an enj-iyible  jilting  victorious by 2 goals to 0.  BflftfiflSnB  mmmmmm&������!s^&mms^s  WSBWJa^SMSSsami'fv^mmsBii  frWgffBSfgfi!^  BggffiEBfflEgJIMl^^ liili    SUN,     JRAND    FORKS,    b. 0.
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> hypocrisy,   lie   would   I'alner   .see   lhe
bubonic plague in tho legislature, Limn
a formidable o;ii��Kitioii His unjf'er on
polling day in the last election wlieti
he learned that two Socialists were
elected and his feverish ellorts to prevent a Liberal from being returned in
the Islands by-election indicated his
disposition   as    far   as opposition was;
concerned. . He   knows    that a  well-
1 . ...
' organized opposition in the  legislature'
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Siu Bicuahi) McBiiirjn advices the j in    the   histary of    the Dominion���a j , :������__	
Liberals to propound wholesome   poli-. record which woulel  makes   the   Mem- , volume lo he his magnum opu.s   When
cies and choose honorable leaders.  Tlio   "'ing   and   Boblin   governmeriis   look | hi.s   death    occurred   in Sop tent bor of
era ft ���'men.   Ber
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FRIDAY, JULY 81
to
reset.   Your diamond set
while you wait.
We have a   JO | pj
nice line of   il'8 i���
mounts in stock now
LER-OPTICIAN
D FORKS, B.C.
last year, his fellow
nurd MoKvoy and A
ictirig in the capacity of   literary  ex
in      ac 'ordane.
escape by Iuniinsr e/ver   allairs  to   liif ' with his wishe-s, the- carryinK  out   his
devoted    henchman,     the     attorney  j unfinished task.    The value of .such a
general. ��� record will be recognized by   all    stu
dents of   Canadian    history, throwing
Austria has declared war against
Survia, and there is grave danger of
the    whole   of    Kuropo   decerning  an
light, as it does, not. only on cont'eder-
ation, but on th; beginnings of railway enterprise in thc Dominion, and
the inception of the    national    policy.
id camp.    It looks as if the people   [[.also includes interesting side   lights
art* eletermiiied on going m id.
Seek    and   ye   shall   find���this ap
plies especially to trouble.
on the public men and m.itti'is corv
nectei] with rfir Charles Tupper's long
peilitical life.
Victoria Times comments  on   this  as   like   amateurs   in   the science of mal
follows:     We  suppose   his  newspaper, administration,    and   iVoni   the conse
apologists will explain that he did not  (piences of which he is going to try ���� | tutors,"'" undertook
mean to  use   tho   terms ''wholesome"
and    "honorable��� and    that   he was
merely employing a figure  of -,speech,
but we must stiolc to the report which
appeurs in   the   government     organ,
which    would    not    be   guilty of   the
heinous ' crime    of   mis reporting him
after the enormous   subsielies   it    has
drawn from the previncial till.     If he
means  by   "wholesome" policies   that
the Liberals  should   urge a continuation of tho orgy  of   land   speculation
with    the   connivance e>f   the govern
ment   under   conditions    which   pro
voked    stinging   denunciations   from
Mr. Justice Duff and Mr. Justce Mac
donald; the deliberate choking  off of
colonization    with    its   natural conse
querices of decreased   food   production
and increased food importation; Kaien
Island, Songhees and .Kitsilano deals;
c irrupt transactions with every intei-jj
est ready to put up elections funds in
return for large instalments of the
public heritage; rotten machiue meth
ods, and deals such as he has carried
out with Sir William Mackenzie and
Sir Donald Mann, the Liberals will
have to suffer his distinguished criticism for being without them. The term
,"honorable" leaders also invites comparison. Arc we to look for its
definition in the McBride caninet? For
how many seconds could Sir   Itichard
McBride stand comparison   with   Mr.
Brewster in this respect? We scarcely
think it necessary qo do more than   to
suggest the parallel, and   we   are   not
sure wo do not owe   Mr.  Brewster an
apology for doing so.     The    p.ieinier's
w.
J. GALIPEAU, MANAGER
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Some one has advanced the opinion
that the letter "e" is the most unfortunate letter in tho English alphabet,
because, it i.s always out of cash, for-
ever in debt, never out of danger and
in hell all the time For some reason
ho overlooked the fortunates of the
letter, as we call his attention to the
fact that "e" is never iu war a.nd al
ways in peace. It is the beginning of
existence, the commencement of ea.se
and the end of trouble. Without it
there would be no meat, no life and
no heaven. It is the center of honesty,
makes h)ve perfect and without it
there would be no editors, devils nor
news.
"Political Reminiscences of Lit
Hon. Sir Charles Tupper, Bart., trail
scribad by W. A. Harlan," is the attractive title of a book now in the
press and shortly to be published by
the well known house of Constable,
London. The work consists of
a written report of a series of interviews granted by the venerable
statesman to the late W. A. Harkin
at Vancouver during the residence of
Sir Charles in that city 1912 13. As
a newspaper can Mr. Harkin had
frequently reported Sir Chwles Tup-
per's   speeches   in   the   house of com-
pi'ofession of a desire to   see  a strong I inous at Ottawa, and ho intended this
Books Written in Prison
.A publisher was talking about Oscar  Wilde's   strange    book, De   Pro
Fundis, with its pathetic cover decoration of a bird beating its wings against
the bars of a. coll.
"Wilde's not the first good book to
have been written in jail," besa:d.
''���Jail, in fact, seems te) be a good
place to write, books in. Literary men
surpass tliemsel vc�� there
"John Bunyan unite Pilgrim's
Progress in jail '
"Cervantes wrote Don Quixote in
prison
"DoFoe laid the plans for "Robinson
Crusoe during a. term ,e>f confinement
imposed on him for the writing of a
pamphlet called The Shortest Way
With the Dissenters,
"Leigh Hunt wrote llimini in   jail.
"Sir Walter Kaleigh, during his
fourteen years' imprisonment in the
Tower of London, wrote his excellent
History of the World.
"Silvio Pellico and Tasso both did
their best work in jail."
This arrav of great books written
in prison is a forceful argument in
favor of putting every fellow in jail
.vho writes a poor book. He would
there be brought to his proper level,
and while contemplating his past mis-
deefl, ceuild produce something worth
while from the inspiration e>f actual
experience.
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suburbs, the directory contains lists of
SXPOUT MERCHANTS
2 e;oods they ship,  and the  I
eijrn Markets they supply;
STEAMSHIP LTNKS
with the eioods they ship,  and the  Ooloniul
and l"orei<rn Markets they supply;
The Sun, at SI a.   year, is   superior
tn any ��2 a year paper printed   in the
boundary.     This    is' the   reason why
we flo not have t.o resort  to   gambling
Leaves Grand Forks Every Tuesday and Friday si 7:30 a.m. scheme* to gain ..e,w subscribers or to
from F. E. Shantz' Office, Bridge Street Iiolf] those ������� aheadv have.
Returning, Leaves Gloucester Every Wednesday and Saturday Model 10 Remington tVpewriter foi
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perishable  freight  will  also be carried.    First-class hotel at Enquire Sun office.
Gloucester for travellers, THOMAS FUNKLEY, Proprietor.       . Acceph no s ������s but ^ ^
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the brightest paper in thc Boundary country THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  Chiropractors  The College of Physicians and  .Surgeons yesterday launched prose-  ���������cu tions against two chiropractors  who had been practising their profession in the city, and succeeded  >in obtaining convictions. The charge  was that they were practising medicine without being registered under  the law. Under section 63 of the act  governing the professian of medicine  and surgery "any person who by.advertisement, sign or statement of any  kind,- alleges ability or willingness to  diagnose or treat any human diseases, ills, deformities, defects or in-'  juries," or "who shall prescribe or  administer any drug or medicine,  treatment, or perform any operation,  manipulation, or apply any apparatus or appliance ' for the cure or  treatmeut of any human disease  shall beheld to practice, medicine."  ������Cniropractic is a system of treatment  by spinal manipulation, and ��������� the  magistrate held that it cannot be  carried on except by ' those duly'  registered under the act.   '  Chiropractic has established its  claim - to recognition as a form of  treatment of certain ailments affecting the nerves. Those qualified to  practice it are not quacks. The two  gentlemen who were convicted in the  police court yesterday are graduates  of institutions where the science is  taught. Not infrequontly patients  are recommended to take their treatment by registered practitioners of  the broader type, who realize that  there are things in heaven and earth  not dreamed of in their profession;  that their own calling, venerable  though it is, is a long way from  achieving mastery over the ills that  flesh is heir to, and that as they  themselves, being human, are liable  to make mistakes in diagnosis and  treatment, they are not justified in  denouncing aa unworthy of confidence those who do not follow the  orthodox path. Within the last  twenty-four hours the Times has  been informed of cases in which  chiropractic   has   been   efficacious,  and if it is established that the sum  of human suffering can be reduced  by it no obstacle should be placed  in.its way. In such circumstances  humanity calls for the broadest attitude and widest latitude consistent with its own protection.  If chiropractors can be prosecuted  under the act because they pratice  medicine bv "rnanipulation," without being registered, then masseurs  are equally liable, for they, too,c employ methods of manipulation.  Nevertheless we do not hear of action being taken against those who  practice that treatment. On tbe contrary, members of the College.of  Physicians and Surgeons often recommend it. We are not aware that  professional masseurs are especially  recognized by the law. Why does  not the College of Physicians and  Surgeons proceed against them? The  reason is, doubtless, tbat such a  course would lay tbat august body  open to ridicule. '  The effect of prosecutions of this  character will be to create a demand  for the amendment of the law broadening the scope of the section defining medical practitioners. The world  is making progress in the treatment  of   human   ailments   as   well as in  9  every other line of human activity.  ���������Drugs and surgery, in spite of their  triumphs, are not the only means by  which physical affliction can be sue-'  cessfully, fought. Chiropractors may  do a great deal of good, just as the  regular practitioners do; tbey can  not do any harm, which, with due  respect, we can not say for all who  follow tbe profession of medicine  and surgery in the orthodox way.���������  Victoria Times.  MINING RECORDS  Ernest Harrison reports the following entries at the mining recorder's  office from July 13 to July 25, inclusive.  LOCATIONS.  Hope, Franklin camp, K. Iluiter  and K. Scheer.  Dundee. Tango, Franklin camp, B.  Sweezey.  Omy, Om'y'fraction,Franklin camp,  F. McFarlane.  Silver Bell, Franklin camp, Murt  Carroll.  CERTIFICATES OP WORK.  Big Raymond, North Fork, V.  Bruno.  Union fraction. Paper Dollar fraction, Chief, Chief fraction, Gloucester  camp, L. Johnson.  Laura McRen, Gem, Daisy fraction,  Hit or Miss, Gloucester camp, F. Mc  Farlane.  Silver King fraction, Shipper,  Gloucester camp, L   Hansen.  Center Eagle, Hardy creek, J.  Holm.  Golden Eagle, Franklin camp, M.  Carroll.  NOTICES OF WORK.  Jumbo, for Iuka, Last Chance,  Hartford, Protector, Wellington  camp, L. Neff.  TRANSFER.  Mary Ann, Gloucester camp, P. J.  Byrne to E. Rodin.  Last Thursday afternoon, in Greenwood, while 0. Boyer, of that city,  and J. Bush, of Midway, were driving down Copper street in Mr. Boyer's  car, Mr. Bush driving, something  went wrong with the steering gear and  the car capsized. Mr. Bush escaped  unhurt,but Mr.Boyer wastakento the  hospital, where the doctor fonnd he  was suffering only fronva bad shaking up.  -Glass Furniture  0 When in need of an odd piece of Furniture for any room in the house, you can  save money by purchasing from us.  fl We carry the most up-to-date stock of  House Furnishings in the Boundary, and  you are assured of the same, careful consideration ' at our store if your purchase  is small as you would receive if you were  buying a large order.  fl We would like ��������� to call your ^attention  especially to our Floor Covering Department. Our stock is new and up-to-date  and the range of patterns and designs is  second to none.  MILLER & GARDNER  The Home Furnishers  Berry, the man who carried the bag  for the Flernming government of New,  Brunswick, is an exile from the coun  try and will   not come back, although  his testimony is desired by   the   com  mission which is investigating the .relations of the government  with   lumber companies and a railway company.  Premier Flernming admits that he has  had communication   with  Berry since  he fled, and there is little doubt that a  word   from   Flernming   would   bring  Berry back.   But the premier will not  write   the   word.    In that fact alone  the New Brunswick government must  stand condemned in the  judgment of  the people.  . Sir Wilfrid Laurier's tour of the  Maritime provinces will open at Char-  lottetown on August 25. He will  speak at Halifax at the big arena on  August 27. He will then speak in  New Brunswick, probably   at   Monc-  FOR SALE  WHITE WYANDOTTES  The meat breed that lays  persistently.  8%g% YEARLING KENS  FOR SALE.  S. C. R. I, RED  March Cockerels, from $2.00 up.  E.E.W- MILLS  GRAND FORKS  B. G.  HANSEN 8 GO  CITY BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER  tl Gait Coal  N.  ow  Office !  F. Downey's Cigar Sfure  Telephones;  Office, RB6 Ffr������lt 'JtPPPt  Hansen's Residence.R88 l,lal <"������������CI  ton, . and will proceed direct to the  Pacific coast and returning will. visit  Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and  Ontario en route, addressing one  meeting in each province. He will  be accompanied by Hon. Geo. P.  Graham and F. B. Carvell.  The Sun only costs 81a year,  prints all the news.  It  Horses for Sale���������From 1000 to  1300 lbs.; one matched sorrel team.  Apply P. Hansen. Grand Forks.B.C.  Yictrix English   Bicycles at  Regular Price, S45  Each  Owing to these wheels, being delayed in transit, and as the season is  well advanced, I will sell them at the above low price. Rim brake  'on front and back Wheels. Release pedal gear. Parts for repair  kept ii: stock. It is a high-grade wheel, and fully guaranteed in  every  particular.    Those who know it will have no other make.  J.      MOOYBOER,   Blacksmith and Bicycle Dealer  ET  SECOND STREET, NEAR BRIDGE.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry always on hand,  Highest market price paid for live  stock.  PHONE 58 and receive prompt and courteous  attention.  Q  0  Printing for  Particular  P eople  ' demands care not only in the selection  of the  best stock but also in the most  appropriate type faces for the different  lines of business.    Our stock of paper is  large and we are in a position to meet  the requirements of the most particular  customer.     A large range of new type  faces gives us a splendid opportunity to  select Just that style best suited to each  particular   business.      Have   we   been  receiving your orders for printing?     If  we have not, better let  us show you  samples  and quote you prices on that  next order you will be placing shortly.  O  What  ant  And get it good, should be the main idea in  the matter of your Meat and Fish. A full  assortment may always bo depended on,  and prompt service is assured. Burns'  Quality Hams and Bacon need only to be  tried to be appreciated, and once used always called for".  Meat Merchants  Ph  one  First Street  O  PICTURES  AND PICTURE FRAMING  Furniture   Made  to Order.  Also Repairing of all Kinds.  Upholstering Neatly Done.  KAVANAGH & McCUTCHEON  WINNIPEG AVENUE  [MLW-.WTOWV.J.������������.WWIT^UW������fl*W,l,!���������iW^  WIWJUW HIH r������ W.IIWT ������T ���������*-*! W  trranssi .:ror- r-n������. t: ,t , j  i-������Wi.'.j'UttUfttf|-I  *-,MM.^*Ja������a^iiiM������^i:������ttL������i-i.EM*^4(u������^^  'ft  :1  Va  m  s  I *-;'"'  /  THE   SUN,    GRAND   FORKS,   B. C.  m OF THE CITY  Peterson, Sam Erickson. Wulteriday  Larse'n, Alfred .Downey, Mope Ben-:cal'  son, Vernon Siddall, Willie. Meikle.  Garibaldi Bruno, and Hector Morrison; A. S. Matheson, commandant.  The camp next summer will be  established in the vicinity of Grand  Forks.  The members of the school cadet  corps, after spending a week in camp  at Kaslo, returned, home on Tues  day. The members of the corps  are: Archie Symes, captain; Stanley Donaldson and RennieKeron,  lieutcntants; Lawrence Holmes, Al  Peterson, Thomas Reburn, Herbert  Dinsmore, Wilfred   Holmes, Reggie I Tuesday  morning he left for Prank-  Charles W. Drysdale, of Ottawa,  government geologist, arrived in the  city Monday noon, and at 1 o'clock  Mr. Drysdale made a geologi-  survey of Franklin camp a  couple of yearsago. Tbe map has  been is&ned by the department of  mines this spring, and The Sun received a copy of it a week ago.  BritishGolumbiaHeeds More  Hull, Ulric McCallum  Ewing  McCallum, Robert Holmes^ Harry Atwood, Heath Hales, Stardey Massie,  Marry Bowen,Harry Holden, Waller  lin camp in auto from the Henniger  garage, accompanied by H. C. Ker-  man and F. M. Kerby. He is  scheduled to return to the   city   to-  ^ry Beaver Board Next Time  Tt will save all the muss and litter of Lath, Plaster and  Wall Paper. It permits more beautiful interior designing  in the most modern style. It never cracks or deteriorates,  and needs no repairs.  BEAVER BOARD  For walls  and   Ceilings  Beaver Board is ver}' quicklyand easily put up; makes a  house warmer in winter, cooler.in summer; is painted, doing  away with unsanitary wall paper, and,,has many other advantages. . Let us show yoirsamples and tell you all about it.  MANLY'S HARDWARE  The  "BRIGHTEN-UP"  Store  NEW   HARNESS   SHOP  I have re-opened a harness   shop  at my  old  stand-on Bridge street and will manufacture  all  kinds  of  lg. All  work guaranteed.   Your patronage is solicited.  New Harness^  repairing.  Free  #������>m  *mm>%.  Here We Are !  Your Six Friends,  Robin Hood Family^  Robin Hood Flour  ii   ,  tt  Oats  It  tl  Porridge Oats  ii  It  Ferina  tt  ft  Graham  It  tl  Whole Wheat  Let Us Lighten  Your Household Duties  For Sale by*  JOHN DONALDSON  PHONE 30  Everything to Eat and Wear  Real Estate Investments  and Business Sites  Insurance in  cAll Its Branches  Boundary Trust ������&  Investment Co., Ltd.  Established 1901  First Street  The assertion has been made that  only one motor car has been able to  climb 'the hill from the Christina  Lake hotel to Fife, and that this  feat was bnt recently accomplished.  Tins is a palpable falsehood. Ed  Stanaway made the ascent several  times last summer in a heavily  loaded Studebaker, and there is any  amount of money in town to back  the same car for another trip up the  grade. Other cars may be able to  "negotiate" the hill, but when it  comes to climbing it���������well, that's  another story.  A C.P.R. official was in the city  on Saturday to appraise the value  of one thousand six year old fruit  trees recently destroyed on George  Hanson's ranch by afire started by  sparks from a C P. K. engine. It is  understood that an amicable settlement was arranged.  Support those we have, and others will come.'  B. C MILK is produced in our own,PRO V:  INCE. It is always fresh on the grocers'  shelves. It is much superior to Eastern  braids, packed no  one knows   how long ago.'  BOY B. G. MILK because it has the  FRESH, NATURAL FLAVOUR of PURE CREAM  METEOROLOGICAL  The following is the minimum  and maximum temperature for each  day during the past week, as re  corded by the government thermometer on E. F. Laws' ranch:  Charles Wekell, master mechanic  at- the Granby smelter, returned  home on Friday from a vacation  trip to Tacoma.  \V, R. Dewdney, government  agent at Greenwood, was in the city  on Monday. Air. Dew'dney's smile  has increased in dimensions rather'  than diminished since he became a  benedict.  Min.  Max.  July 24-  .. 49  90  25-  -Saturday   ..  .  53  83  26-  -Sunday,  . 48  So  27-  .   4(i  86  -   28-  -Tuesday   .. 48  .  8S  29-  -Wednesday  . 43  95  39-  -Thursday...  . 43  100  "  Inches  Rainfall'.  .. 0 00  A sitting of the provincial redistribution commission will be held  in the court house in this city on  Friday, AugUBt 7, at 2:30 p.m. All  interested are invited to attend.  E. E. Gibson and bride, nee Miss  Barrett, returned home on Saturday  from an extended wedding tour.  They have taken up their residence  in the house formerly occupied by  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis  John Morello came down from  Gloucester camp this week. He  brought some fine samples of ore  from his claims, near the Union  mine. He says he has thirty feet of  this ore.  For Sale���������50 pure bred S.C. Rhode  Island Red yearling hens, 15 White  Orpington yearling hens, 20 S.C.  White Leghorn yearling hens; 81.00 a  head singly, $75.00 the lot. Must  clear out to make room for young  stock. T. Bowen, Columbia Poultry  Yards, Box 254, Grand    Forks, B. C.  ���������G. T. Moir, formerly C P.R. agent  here, accompanied by his wife and  family, arrived in the city on Saturday from Rosslund, and visited for  a couple of days with friends.  Miss Ethel Qiunn, after a short  visit with her brother in this city,  returned to her home in Vancouver  yesterday.  Mrs. Leroy has as gtusls this  week her sisters, Mis. E. K. Stewart  and Miss Irene Nash, both of Fernie.  Mrs. James West returned yesterday from a two weeks' vacation trip  to the coast cities.  Frank McCnrmick, of the Pacific,  was one of the passengers to.Trial o i  Sunday.  Chief J. Simpson, of Greenwood,  attended the speedy trial of W. Enomoto io this city on Monday.  Bob Pribilsky returned to the city  yesterday from St. Paul.  T. A   Mclntyre returned from Ta  coma on Tuesday.  .It is a well known fact that only  Tories are employed on the provincial roads. It is therefore not much  of a surprise that a report, has gained  currency that in one section of the  province these men have been compelled to pay ten-years'subscriptions  in advance to the subservient .slaves  AP   S   F   Motfral Sprvire '  ������nhe Part.v~the Tory press.. The  A v. a. t. Musical service    report ha8 created a 8en8alion| and  Sunday there will be a special an investigation is demanded,  musical service in the Baptist church  with a brief address by Rev. Charles  W. King on "Music, Divine,"  Messrs. Coker and Pol lick %vill assist  with their violin and chello in both  the instrumental and vocal part of the  service. Favorite hymns by the great  writers have been selected and a  pleasant Sunday evening arranged.  The order of service is as follows:  Voluntary,  "Leibesgarteu,"   Schumann.  Hymn, "Hark, Hark My Soul," F.  W. Faber.  Invocation  Hymn. "The King of Love My  Shepherd Is," Sir Henry Baker.  Reading, Psalm 33, 1-6.  Violin, chello and organ offortory  voluntary," Intermezzo," Mascagni.  Address, "Music, Divine."  "The New Glory Song," C. Silvester Home, M. P.  Story of the following favorite  hymn, "Come to Me, Saith One,"  Dr. Neale. |   .  Benediction. It is easier to apologize to a big man  Voluntary, violin, chello and organ,   than to a little one.  Large tract of good valley farming land just thrown open for free  settlement in Oregon. Over 200,000  acres in . all. Good climate, rich  soil, and does not require irrigation  to raise finest crops of grain, fruit  and garden truck. For large map,  full instructions, and information,  and a plat of several sections of exceptionally good claims, send $3.40  to John Keefe, Oregon City,Oregon. .  Three years a U. S. surveyor and  timbenflan. An opportunity to get  a good fertile free homestead near  town and market.  Highest cash prices paid for old  Stoves and Ranges. E. C. Peckham,  Second-band Store.  Card of Thanks  I wish to take this  method   of  Tenders for Fair Building  .,-,.,     , ���������    . e*'  TENDERS  will   be;��������� received   bv the  pressing heartfelt thanks tomy friends r    undersigned up to August   5tn'.for  and the people o Grand Forks genet- the erection of a new Fair Building  ally for acts of kindness during the afc theR^e T,.ack. grounds ror the  illness of n,y late w.fe and for words Gran(J Forka Agricu,tural Associa-  of sympathy since her death. tion, the building to be completed   by  Epward Orchard.      Septembei. 15th.    Ran* may be.seen '  at the office of the undersigned.    The  Take your repairs to Armson, shoe  lowest- or any  tender   not   necessarily  repairer.    The Hub.     Look  for the accepted  Big Boot. | W. E. Hadden, Secretary.  Miss Joyce Barlee, assistant city  clerk, is spending her vacation at  Christina lake this week.  Mrs. M.  Quinlivan visited friends  in Phoenix this week.  Miss Emily Jewel   visited   friends  in Trail over Sunday.  Fred B. McKeehan. late United  States immigration inspector at Marcus, is a candidate for county auditor  of Stevens county on  the Republican  1m ticket in the next general election.  Cn  n     If tho Canli on-Doll very System lain use In your country, then you need   on  ��������� Ui Ui    send 101- for cither two Kings you select, and puy balnnco when you receive tbe  Kings. MASTERS, LTD,, RYE, ENG.  MJIMIMimMfflMlgiaii

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