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Sun.
Eighth Year---No. 35.
Grand Forks, B. C., Saturday. July 3, 1909.
$1.0G-Per Year in Advance.
Eastern  Capitalists Secure
Well Known Franklin
Camp Mine
James Breen Said to Be at
the Head of the New
Company
The well known McKinley mine
in Franklin camp was bonded this
week by outside capitalists, reported
to be Spokane and eastern men,
headed hy James Breen. Tho deal
was negotiated by Geo. A. MacLeod, a mining man of Spokane,
formerly a resident of this city. The
McKinley has heen developed to the
shipping stage, and a large number
of local people an; interested in the
property.
B.C.Cop'per Co.'s Men Strike
The arbitration board which sat
at Greenwood recently in regard to
the disagreement between the British
(.'olumbia Copper company and the
Greenwood Miners' union, not having come to a satisfactory settle-
ment.tlie union has declared a strike,
and on Monday lust the following
notice was posted in this city:
"Strike—Workmen stay away
from Greenwood. Greenwood Miners' Union No. 2'2, W.F.M., have declared a strike against the mines
and smelter ofthe British Columbia
Cupper company for the recognition
of Greenwood Miners' union and for
discrimination "gainst its mem hers.
On June I, 19U",Greenwood .Miners'
union and the management of tho
Hritish Columbia Copper company
adopted a wage scale to be paid the
employees of the British. Columbin
Clipper company nt their mines and
smelter. In .May, 1908, thc manager of the British Columbia Copper
company reduced the wages of his
employees, and from that time to the
present time bus refused to Btibiuit
a copy of tin* scale of wnges he is
paying employees to Greenwood
Miners' union, and he has tried to
disrupt Greenwood .Miners' union by
blacklisting our active members.
The properties of the British Columbia Copper cum pany are closed
down at present, *ind we  intend   to Ox'°yi °* ttl"J °-
addressed to the fair which are left
in Jhe permanent mineral exhibit.
1 Express charges will not bo paid.
Former exhibits are barred from
competition for prizes in all classes.
The meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers will be
held in Spokane tbe week following
the fair, and arrangements have already been made to bave the mineral display on exhibit during that
time for the inspection of the engineers who will attend the meeting.
It is hoped that arrangements can be
made to have the western branch of
the Canadian Mining Institute participate in the sessions and enter
tain ment of the visitors, and if this
can be arranged, no better opportunity will afford to present our
mineral resources before the engineers of the continent.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Dominion Day Observed Here
Mostly as a Day of
Best
Fire in the West End Destroys an Unoccupied
Building
Grand Forks Defeats Nelson
The Nelson Cricket club arrived
in the city on Wednesday afternoon,
and the much talked of match between that team and the local cricketers began at 5 p.m., Grand Forks
winning tbe single innings game by
153 to 1)8. Stumps were drawn at
7 o'olock, the home team, who went
in first, having then scored 05 for
the loss of two wickets.
At 9 o'clock on Thursday morning play was resumed, and at 11
Grand Forks declared, with a score
of 1D3 for the loss of five wickets.
Martin Burrell contributed 5*S, not
out, of this'big total. Nelson then
went in witb 154 to make a win, or
two hours to play for a draw. Capt.
Coppen decided to win or lose, and
gave orders for free hitting. The
team were all out for 98, Mr. Stubbs
duplicating Mr. Burrell's score of 58,
not out.    Following is the score:
Campbell, b. Johnson  22
Beoket, b. Stubbs     4
Burrell, not out       58
Longhurst, c. Butler, b. Stubbs...    fi
Pearson, b. Butler  15
Atwood, b. 11 head.
Mahon, not out ,
Byes	
.  16
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This method is better thnn keeping the windows open nnd the awnings down. It is not only the sun
but the hot air itself that you wish
to keep out of the room.
keep them closed down until the
management recognizes Greenwood
Miners' union. At lenst 00 per cent
uf the employees of the llritish Col
il
Total	
Itlieail, b. Million  2
Loach, b. Pearson  1
Butler, b. Mahon  5 I
Stublis, not out  58
Edwards, b. Pearson  U
Coppen, A. II., c. Bower, b. Pearson  0
Johnson, E. 11. L., thrown out.. . lu
Wicken, o, Pearson, b. Mahon  0
Johnson, R, W, L, b, Mahon  0
Coppen, It. A., e. Atwood, b. Malum!   '.'i
Mahon  13
Byes..  ii
Total   lis
Tho Nelson men expressed   themselves   as   well   pleased  with their
|        umbia Copper  company   before   it| trip.   The   Indies   nf   the  married
closed   down   wen
Greenwood   Miner*
strike   committee   will   notify   the
public through the press  when  the
strike is called off."
members   of members of tbe  local  team   enter-
union.     The tainod tbem to luncheon at tho close
of the match.
Minerals at Interstate Fair
Howard   Elliott, president of  tho
Northern Pacilic Railway oompany,
hns accepted the presidenoy of the
National Apple   show,   which   will
The   mineral   department of tho award 185,000 in prizes and trophies
Spokane Interstate fair has become I,lt •** seu(m(1  an",Uftl exhibition in
, , ,,    Spokane,   December li to 11.    He
more important each  year, ana the    r      ,   .    •   ... .,•,,        •.    ,,,
1 * succeeds Louis W. Hill, president ol
management has  determined that! the  Gretlt Xorthern  Railway com-
this will he the greatest in all its his   pany, who wns head of the organiza-
tory. Thousands of eastern people
will visit the fair, and the mining
industry will have greater space than
ever before. Every camp in the Pacific northwest is invited to  partici-
tion last year.
J.   T.   Beattie,   manager  of   the!
Bank of Commerce, Greenwood, and
Miss Minkler were married in Greenwood last week.    The happy couple
. will   spend   a   three weeks' honey-
pate.    In addition to usually liberal' moon at t^e ooa9t c;t*e9.
prizes, every effort will be made to j. a Tuttle hgg opened a shoe
feature this department. 1' reiglit | „hop on the corner of Bridge and
charges will be paid on all   exhibits i First streets.
Dominion day passed very quietly in this city. With the exception
of the cricket match between Grnnd
Forks and Nelson, and a few lawn
tennis games between local players
and Cascade exports, there was no
attempt made to celebrate. The
merchants closed up their shops,
and either spent the day in the
shade in their own ynrds, or took
carriage drives through thc orchard
districts of the valley. The old
timers' picnic nt Ward's hike and
the union Sunday-school picnic at
Curlew lake both drew large crowds.
Four coaches of excursionists from
this city attended the hitter event.
A blaze in the Diamond block, on
Government avenue in the West
end, culled out the department at
ubout 5 o'clock last night. The roof
wus entirely consumed by tho flames
und the building badly wrecked. It
was unoccupied. The fire is supposed to have been started by sparks
from a Great Northern engine.
Geo. Chappie has boon awarded
the contract for the plumbing work
in the new Davis block. The building is to bo heated throughout by
tho viipor system, the most up-to-
date system now used in metropolitan blocks.
Died—In Grnnd Forks, on Thursday, July 1, of bronchial pneumonia, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. (.'. Burr. Thu funeral wns
hold at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Geo. Birt wns before Police Magistrate Cochrane on Tuesday for having com mitted nn unprovoked as-
snult on a Chinaman. Tho case was
remanded until Wednesday morning, when the offender was lined -S'2G.
Angus .1. MacDonald returned
from Vancouver last Saturday. Mr.
iMncdoimld states that it hns iiot yet
been definitely decided whether or
nut the Grand Forks Machine &\
Structural Iron Works will be moved
to tho coast.
Wanted-—A Hindu,'who is willing to work on u profit sharing basis,
to kill Woodson tho Sun ranch.
John Donaldson's building is Im
ing removed Innn tho site of the
proposed now Royal bunk blook.
Keep Windows Down
While fresh air is neoessary und
nil very well ut nil seasons, there are
ii few weeks in tho year when one
wants to live during half of tho -I
hours with must of it excluded.
All windows mul doors should he
oft upon in u bouse from sunset to
'sunrise, or opened iu the middle of
the duy after a refreshing Bhower,
Tho hours of sun aro the hours of
boated nir. Therefore the air should
he excluded from the house. It does
little good und only servos to warm
a room that might bo kept cool with
the windows and shades down.
If thero is a breeze from a point
of the compass whore the sun does
not enter the house, then open the
window or door in that direction.
At the other parts of the house
either close the windows or tho
shutters, making them securely
tight, and pull down the shades.
Closing of Public School
The usual midsummer closing exercises of the public school were
held on Wednesday forenoon, and
proved of unusual interest. There
were about sixty visitors and parents present. The customary program was carr ed out. One of the
most interesting features was the
physicial exercises under tbe direction of C. G. Wheeler. Many complimentary remarks were tendered
Mr. Wheeler for the proficient manner in which he had drilled the
children.
The following are honor rolls for
the year:
PDOFICENCY.
First Division Frank Newbauer
Second I )i vision. Gladys Traunweiser
Third Division Carson McLeod
Fourth Division Ralph Cooper
Fiftu Division Alfred Heaven
Sixth Division Dwight Seighley
Seventh Division...Surah McCullum
PUNCTUALITY AM) REGULARITY.
First Division Ida Gaw
Second Division Herbert Barnum
Third Division Erie Atwood
l'liurth Division Rennie Kerron
Fifth Division Mario Barnum
Sixth Division Mildred Meikle
Seventh Division Willie Meikle
DEPORTMENT.
First Division Florence Spraggett
Second Division Pearl Forrester
Third Division Anna Craig
Fourth Division Marie Fritz
Fifth Division Elvera Walker
Sixth Division  Beulah Bower
Seventh Division... .George Cooper
Throe of tbe old staff of instructors hnve resigned. Mr. J. II. Keller, principal of the high school,
has accepted a similar position in
New Westminster. Mr. .1. G.
Whiten, a graduate of the McMaster
university, Toronto, hns been appointed ns bis eucessor. Misses
Denies and inglis havo also tendered
their resignation. Tho former will
return to her homo in Nova Scotia,
and the latter is giving up teaching.
Use of Pillows
Pillows nre little more than n fad,
und a rather harmful one at that,
snys nn eminent doctor. Thoy
should,   indeed,   only be used   by
those    who   sieep   nn their sides, ns
they nn really injurious to others.
When you sleep on your side your
shoulder prevents ymir head from
lying level on the bed, nnd pillows
are useful to raise the head to this
level.
The natural uml most healthful
position for the ordinary person in
sleeping is fur one's head to lie kept'
perfectly even, ju-t us  ii   would    ho
standing up.   No.*, fur the one who
lies on his buck while sleeping no
pillow is,needed to keep the bond iu
this position, and yet 99 percent of
the persons who sleep on their backs
use pillows, while those who sloop
on their sides use far more pillow
thnn is necessary.
People got used to having their
heads and shoulders propped high
up and imagine thoy could not sloop
any other way; but, as a matter of
fact, if they would try sleeping with
little or no pillow they would not
only lind tbat they would feel bettor
in the morning, but also would
actually be more comfortable in hod
and sleep much sounder throughout
the night. ,
WORK STARTED
On the Proposed S. & B. C.
Railway Ten Miles Out
of Spokane
Will Give This City Another
Line to Inland Empire
Metropolis
Work has,begun ton miles out of
Spokane on the proposed Spokane ct
British Columbia railway, from
Spokano to Republic, says the Republic News-Miner. Fred Domuth,
of Grand Forks, superintendent of
construction, bus just finished or-
ganizing several crows and work will
begin in earnest next week. This
moans transportation for the South
Half, one of the richest mineral
belts in tbe northwest.
To Study Agriculture
Some scheme of assisting students
from British Columbia who desire to
attend the Guelph Agricultural college or St. ;\nn's College of Agriculture in Quebec is baing seriously
considered by Hon. R. G. Tatlow,
minister of agriculture.
At the present time Alberta and
Saskatchewan, which, like British
Columbia, have no schools of this
nature, have to pay tbo fare of pupils from these westerntprovinces in
order that thoy may bo on tho same
terms as students from Ontario and
tlio east. In all probability the decision will be made to do something
of this nature in  British  Columbin.
At tbe present time the province
hns found it nedessary to import a
number of graduates of these eastern
institutions to net in connection with
the department of agriculture and
agriculture. In the event of British
Columbia students taking tho course
nnd qualifying for teaching,the province could employ its own citizens in
future vacancies. The importance of
obtaining tbe scientific information
in connection witb farming is recognized in all the provinces, and when
tbo University of British Columbia
is founded a faculty of agriculture
will be included. I'litil thnt time
students of Agriculture from British
Columbia must 8o cn.-et.
SCHOOL REPORT
The following is tin* report of tho
Grand Forks public school, ns compiled by Principal May, feci- the
month nf June:
En-   Actu. Ave*r-     IV-
DWiBlOD. "'il' el.    eel.       i.e.'   .    ('''let   Re
One  ::i 002 -r, :»; 88 j)
Two ,12 030 28111 BO.3-1
Three  80 371 SU.50 hi t*J
Four  It 775 85.22 BB.00
Five  to 7-Jl'. 3270 Ht-17
Sj  II 808 " 3073 s:;.is
Seven  53 971', 1*1.10 B3.32
Teeini *;77   .'el**:,    235.07    8508
I1KI3 -J7.I   6002    23200    8524
Difference...    I      02       208       .10
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
H. H Gilpin, customs officer at tins
(cent, makestlie following ciLt.cilcit report
of the ouetome recelpU at the various
Bub*cuetomB celliec-s, ich reported io the
chief iiflice in this eity, fur the month nf
June:
Oraiul Forks $1,007.22
Phoenix  U32.00
t iin-cin...       B891
Cascade        02.52
Total 13,551.07
W. J. Penrose made a business
trip to Spokane this week. JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER.
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD. B. C
©It? Stoning §un
Pechlleelcncl cc! liricceel Porta. BritishCecleiinlciec
a. A. Evans Bdltor need Publisher
A tele cef lie's eeeieiT ceeei ice scene al liecc oU'ece
of Me*s«rs. K. A J. Hardy A Co., 811.81 and S3.
Fleet Street, B.C., hem.hen. Riigluiid, free cef
checru'cc, ■ at Arm will he iciciil to rooeive
Bilbtorlle cud advert!.entente oh e.eer he-
heclf.
HIlllHCHll'TICeN ICCTIUI I
Once Veeecr *1.50
IIno Veeir (tie Icelvieeie-ce)  1.00
cVdvortltlng ratei furnlsha I nn i|io
Legal hOtloes, I'I cleiel .'e cceecels (leer tine.
AelclcesH cell oommuutoatloiii tee
The Eveniso Sun,
PuorCB B74 QRAND Eunice, H.C.
SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909
Advocates of anarchy.dolined ns a
doctrine that organized government
should be overthrown by force of
violence or the assassination of the
executive head or any of tho executive ollieials of government or by any
unlawful menus, must carefully edit
their mouth-filling phrases for public utterances in tho state of Washington, if they desire to keep clear
of prison colls. The now criminal
code, now in operation, designates
the espousal of the doctrine a felony,
punishable by imprisonment in the
penitentiary for any term up to ten
years.
and Mrs. Robert Gaw, of this city,
and was 20 years of ngo. She was
born in Kingston, tint., whore she
graduated from the high school, and
removed to this city with her par-'
ents about nine years ngo. On
September 23rd, 1008, in the city of
Winnipeg, she wus married to Edward B. Hardy, and since that time!
the couple have resided in this city.
She had a host of friends, with
whom she was very popular, and ull
sincerely mourn her untimely death,
Profound sympathy*is expressed for
tho family and parents of deceased
by the entire eoniinunty.
The funeral wns held from the
family residence on Winnipeg avenue nt 2:30 o'olock on Thursday
afternoon, and was one of tbe mostj
largely attended ever witnessed in
tbis eity. There were ninny beauti-1
ful floral offerings, and the services
were impressive. The pallbearers
wore: David Whiteside, Jus. Arnold, Robert Petrie, Frank Miller,
Chns. Mix and Win. Shannon.
J. B. HENDERSON
Builder $ Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE ,tND RESIDENCE i
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
PartlM illte'inlieie* lee lillilel CVl.l dee eVC'll 111 0OII-
siiii mo
Death of Mrs. E. B. Hardy
A particularly sad passing away,
vbieb grieved the entire community, occurred early Wednesdah morning in the sudden and unlooked-for
death of Mrs. Edward B. Hardy.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Hardy on Tuesday, and her
recovery appeared hopeful, but she
passed away suddenly on Wednesday morning, after every possible
medical assistance had been rendered
her. Sh9 leaves a husband and infant child to mourn her untimely
death.
Deceased was the daughter of Mr.
Cost of Running the City
The estimated expenditures for
for the year 1909, ns passed by the
city council at its last mooting, aro
ns follows:
School trustees 810,700
Water und light committee .. 15,660
Police     1,800
Board of works »...    3,505
Health and relief     1,855
Cemetery         100
Olliee help     2.400
Janitor, fuel, etc           200
Legal        fi")!l
Audit        2.">0
Elections        160
Printing and stationery        -150
Insurance        ,'570
Incidental        200
Map        :i70
Debenture interest   11,.'130
Sinking fund     7,500
6*57,495
Estimated receipts for 1909—
Water and light 821,500
Sanitary     1,000
Liquor licenses    3,775
Trade licenses        900
Police fines       250
School grant to teachers     4,520
School tax outside      3,000
Koadtax        350
Dog tax        100
Cemetery graves        200
A Healthy  Life
A Happy Home
to be had on a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM in the
British Columbia Southern; Columbia and Kootenay
and Columbia and Western Railway Companies' Land
Grants. Farm Lands eminently suited for the raising of
Fruit, Grain or  Stock
may be purchased in these Grants at low figures for
cash, or on Easy Terms, from
THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY
Inoiden
Taxes u
Interest
Street s
Electric
•lis, rent, et
t 25 mills h
(HM1
ss re
mt
'..20,000
■   5(10
200
supply dop
irtinont
..      (100
$57,495
PERSONAL
Miss Draper, of the publio school,
will spend her vacation at the coast.
.Missis Olding and Inglis, of the
publio sohool, left yesterday for the
coast.
Miss Bruce, ofthe public school,
left for her homo in Cochrane,Alta.,
yesterday.
Miss S. Wright is spending two
or throe weeks with Mrs. J. MclJon-
ild nt Houndnry Fulls.
Principal Muy, of tho publio
school, will leave next week font vacation trip to the const.
Miss Heales will v bit in Ym'r f r
a couple of weeks before returning
to ber homo in Nova Scotia.
Mrs. A. C. Sutton and child loft
Saturday last for Toronto to spend
tho summer with friends in Ontario.
Mrs. Fred Galipeau nnd children
loft this week for Quebec, whore thoy
will visit relatives ouring the summer months.
John Cavanagh, an old smelter
employee, left on Tuesday for Vancouver, where he intends to locate
permanently.
James Anderson, one of she pioneer hotel men of Grand Forks, but
now a resident of Victoria, is a visitor in the city this week.
J. C. MacDonald, of the Grand
Forks Machine & Structural Iron
Works, returned yesterday from a
business trip to the coast cities.
Misses Nellie and Isabel Henderson, who nave been teaching the
Carson and Bridesville schools,, are
spending the vacation season with
their parents in this city.
Ballard & Plath are erecting a
large residence on Mr. Lawrence's
ranch.
Timber Lands of the highest chiracter, situated in
these Grants, are offered for sale in blocks of from
640 acres upwards,
K
FERTILIZER
Fruit growers will find great satisfaction
in buying and using our Animal Fertilizers. All that we sell are the pure unadulterated products of our abattoirs at
Calgary. These can be used with safety
b}> every one---sold m sacks or ton lots:
DRIED BLOOD
TANKAGE
GROUND BONE
BONE MEAL
Once tried always used.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
i
■6C
LEN AND PERSPIRING FEET.   IT  IS
IS THE BEST
REMEDY FOR
TIRED.SWOL
AN1ISEPTIC.
PRICE   25c   PER   TIN
I    WOODLAND & CO.   }
Prescription Specialists        Night Service \
/ Phone
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Brick
The Doukhobor Society on the
Coryell ranch will this fall build additions to the brickyard, and ns we
hnve clay of first-class quality, we
will instal steam-power brick making machinery, so thnt we will be
nhle to mnke large quantities of
brick. All persons contemplating
building next summer, and requiring brick, can secure a first-class
quality from us.
PETER VERIGIN..
11. H. Trueman, the well known
Vancouver photographer, will he at
Blome's old studio, Bridge street, on
July 8th.
Metal Quotations
New York, July 2.—Silver, 58g
electrolytic copper, 12|@13.
London, July 2.—Silver, 24};
lead, £13 3s 9d.
are urged to take up these studies regardless of the degree of their education, as tho papers are not valued
from an educational or literary stand;
point, but from the poiut of view of
the cogency of their reasoned ideas.
FOR  SALE
7 ACRES
OK GOOD LAND for
saleohoap; nl) cleaved,
fenced mill in crop—po*
._. _ tatoea,oorn, etc,, etc.;
120 fruit tre mstmill house, some furniture,
ohifekeit house Incubator mid poultry. Imrf-e
iin'l iinplemei ts. mind w' ■■ arid pump. Apply this office.
-HOUSKANDLOT; lot 80X
180; 1%-story house, wood
shed, (rood well and pump;
eentrnlly     located.     For
1 particulars apply at The Sun office.
Good Shipping Facilities.    Easy Transportation
For Maps, Application Forms, Regulations-and
Literature apply to
J. S. DENNI5,
Asst. to 2nd Vice President,
Desk 4,
Calgary, Alberta.
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE IN GRAND FORKS, R. C.
The July Rod and Gun
"Big Game Shooting in the Yukon Territory," by that veteran
sportsman, C. G. Cowan, opens the
exceptionally fine July number of
Rod and Gun in Canada, published
by \V. J. Taylor, Woodstock, Ont.
It is clear from the account given
that big game is plentiful in the Yukon and provides fine sport for those
who can afford time and money to
travel so far, .Mr. Reginald Gourjay
predicts a good fall for hares and a
consequent relief to the hig game of
the north from Indian raids.
Canadian and American sporlBinen
should note and govern themselves
accordingly. The Basset hound for
sport is an article which will interest
all dog lovers. Thesoare but samples
j of a long list in which fishing and
hunting topics come in for adequate
treatment, while numerous short
papers supply variety and enable
sportsmen to pick up the magazine
at any time, confident of finding
much that will give tbem pleasant
' reading on topics whicb appeal to
: them all the year round even if the
force is increased somewhat in the
summer weather when the wild is
calling in many ways.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    eSun Job Office.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Business lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun oflice. Enquire of Lew
Johnson.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for tho coming year,
road the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
medium.
We cany the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
otlice in this section that have the
Kirreet material for printing it. The
Sun job oflice.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
glance.
^e Wonder
To all my friends and patrons I
extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untriiiunod Hats
will be given April 12 and 13.
A cordial invitation to all.
cTWrs. Ida Barnum
Downey s Cigar Store
A COMPLETE .Stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresli C-onslgnment of
Confectionery
Rocelved Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
1909 cTWODELS sf
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English   Bicycles—Ruuibler
|        Bicycles.    Bicycle Sundries.
Repair Shop.   Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels to  Bent.
Geo.Chapple
WINNIPEG AVE. AND SECOND ST.
Three bottles of cold  Nelson  Beer,
5t)c.    Lion Bottling Works.
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Grand Forks, whicli will he on
THURSDAY,   JULY    8
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Blome's Old Studio, Bridge Street Mining Stock Quotations
New York, July 2—The following are today's opening limitations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
Granby Consolidated. lOo.OO    102.00
B. C. Copper     7.00       6.G2
C.P.R 181.00    180.00
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Hundreds of swindling companies are
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CERTIFICATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Banner effraction Mineral Claim situate in
the Grand Forks Mining Division of Vale District.
Where Located:   In Franklin Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that I. Fred W. Reid. Free
Miners'Certificate No. B20084, for myself
and au agent for A. L, Whiteside, Free
Minors' Certificate No. B260S6, Intend. Blxty
davs from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose, of obtaining crown| grants of tho
above claims.
And further take untleo|that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before tbe Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., this 3rd da;   of
June, A.D. 1909.  -
F. W. REID
WATER NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that an application
will be made under Water Act, 1909, to record
1 the right to take, divert, and convey and use
i water In Tale District, for ordinary,
domestic, agrlouttrral and  mining purposes.
(a) The name of the applicant ts Interna
tinnal Orchard Company.
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source is Sandner Creek, at bead of Christina
Lake.
(e)   The point of   diversion  or Intended
dlteliead is about nine miles up creek.
The point to be returned is one mile up
The difference ln altitude between the point
of diversion and the point to where tt Is to be
returned Is ITH) feet.
01) The means by which it is intended to
store and divert the water Is reservoir, dam,
ditoh and flume  	
(e) The number of Inohes applied for Is 300.
(f) The water ts required for irrigating and
domestic use.
(g) The laud or mine on which the water
Is used is lauds on Sandner ereek, area to
be irrigated 6,400 aores.
(h) Thin notice was posted on the 23rd day
of April. 1909. and applloatlon will be made to
the Commissioner on the 2Mb day of May,
1909
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[from the book op hood counsels.]
Whoso   unto  ancient fondness takes
again a faithless friend,
Like she-mules that die conceiving, in
his folly finds his end.
Even as one who grasps a serpent,
drowning in the bitter sea,    ?,
Death to hold and death to loosen—
such is life's perplexity.
Woman's love rewards the worthless
—kings of knawB exalters be;
Wealth attends the selfish niggard,
and the cloud rains on the sea.
Many a knave wins fair opinions
standing in fair company,
As the sooty soonna pleases, lighted
by a brilliant eye.
Where the azure lotus blossoms, there
the alligators hide;
In the sandal-tree are serpents.    Pain
and pleasure live allied.
Rich the sandal—yet no part is but a
vile thing habits there;
Snake and wasp haunt root and blossom; on the boughs sit ape and
bear.
As a bracelet of  crystal, once  broke,
is not mended;
So the favor of princes, once   altered,
is ended.
Wrath of kings, and rage of lightning
—both be very full of dread;
But one falls on one man only—one
strikes many victims dead.
All men scorn the soulless coward
who his manhood doth  forget;—
On a lifeless heap of ashes fearlessly
the foot is set.
Simple milk, when serpents drink it,
straightway into venom turns;
And the fool who hearetli counsel all
the wisdom of it spurns,
A modest manner fits a maid,
And Patience is a man's adorning;
But brides may kiss, nor do amiss,
And men may draw, at  scathe and
scorning.
eServing narrow-minded mastersd warfs
high natures to iheir size:—
Seen before a con vex mirror, elephants
do show as mice
Elephants destroy by touching, snakes
with point of tooth beguile;
Kings by favor kill, and traitors
murder with a fatal smile.
Kindly courtesies that issue from a
smiling villain's mouth
Serve to startle, like a Bower blossoming in time of drouth.
Of the wife the lord is jewel,   though
no gems upon her beam;
Lucking hiin,  she  lacks   adornment,
howso'er her jewels gleam.
Hairs three-crore, and hulf-a-crore
hairs, on a man so many grow—
And so nii.ny years to Swerga ahall
the true wife surely gee.
When the faithful wife, embracing
tenderly her husband dead,
Mounts the blazing pile beside him, as
it were the bridal-bed;
Though his sins were twenty thousand, twenty thousand times o'er-
told,
She shall bring his soul to splendor,for
her love so large and bold.
Counsel unto six ears spoken, unto all
is notified:—
When a king holds consultation, let it
be with ono beside.
Sick men are for skilful leeches—
prodigals for prisoning—
Fools for teachers—and the man who
keeps a secret for a king.
UND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE.
Ynle Land:District.    District of Slinllku-
meen,
TAKK    NOTICK   that    Smith    Curtis,    of
Kossliuiil, H.C., occupation mine ciieereetor.
Intends to apply for pefnilialbn to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing: at a post planted on the western side line of the Nelson A Fort Shepherd I
Hallway company'. Land Grielu'ieiiil at the
southeast comer of l'eter Shan's pre-emption on lliit Sheep Creek: licence west 70
ohains: thonce south 15 chains, more or less,
to the north line of J. J. Gill's pre-emption :
thenee east 85 ohains, more or leas, to northeast corner of said Sill's preemption;:
thence south 15 chains: thence east 85 ohains,
more or less, to the western line of aforesaid
Hallway Land Grant; thenoe north 80 chains
to point of commencement, cocitainiiicr lfiO
acres, more or less,
;JAMES ROBINSON CRANSTON,
Auent for SMITH CURTIS.
Dated Deoember lltli. 1908.
Hotel Colin
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Wines, Liquors nnd Clears
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"I ill!'    " i r"'i ii     Grand Forks, B. C.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
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ANY available Dominion Lands within the
r* Railway Belt of Hritish Columbia may he
homesteaded by any person who Is the head
of a family, or any male over eighteen years
of age, to the extent nf one-quarter section
of 160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for the district In which the land
Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform
the conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land In euch year for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the futher is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by such person residing with the futher
or mother.
(S) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming luud owned hv him In
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements us to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal - ('oui mining rights inuv he leused
for a period of twenty-one years at un annual rental of $1,0(1 per ucre. Not more thnn
2.M30acres shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five cents
per ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
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\ venue. Afraid of Ghosts
Many people tre afraid of ghosts. Few people
nre afraid of germ*. Yet the ghost is a fancy and
the germ is • fact. If the germ could be magnified
to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more
terrible than any fire-breathing dragon. Germs
can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe,
the water we drink.
The germ can only prosper when the condition
of the system gives it free scope to establish  itself nnd develop.    When   there is a deficiency of
vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek,
a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the
sleep is broken, it is time to guard   against the germ.    You can
fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.    It increases the vital power, cleanses the
system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so
that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to  breed.
"Golden   Medical   Discovery" contains   no  alcohol, whisky nr
habit-forming drugs.    All its ingredients printed   on   its   outside
wrapper.     It is not a secret   nostrum but a medicine of known
composition and with a record of  40 years of cnr:s.    Aci*c*rt no
substitute—there is nothing "just as good."   Ask your neighbors,
J  IJ
SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS
BY REV. DR. LINSCOTT
FOR     THE      INTERNA* any good man in prison, lying upon a
Does worldly ^ain today play uuv
part in religious intolerance?
Verse 23—Why did God permit
such cruelty to his faithful servants'!
Why is it that godly people often
hare to go through very exquisite suffering)
Verse 24—Say why it is possible for
TIONAL
BIBLESTUDYCLUB
NEWSPAPER '"*'* back, with his feet fast in the
stocks, to be as happy as a man in
health, and at liberty?
Does a good man's influence   cease
when he is imprisoned and  his  limbs
S.  Lin- are fettered?
]     In looking back over the   results of
ihia  imprisonment, would   Paul   and
l-Silas be apt to regret this painful   incident?
!    Verse   25—Is   there  any circumstance au painful, or   disastrous,  that
(Copyright 1909 by Rev. T
scott, D. D.)
Sunday, July 11, 1909.
Paul's Second Missionary Journey,
—The Philippian Jailer. Acts xvi:
16-10.
Golden Text—Believe on the  Lord prayer and praise cannot turn  it into
Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved. : joy and victory?
Acts xvi:31. !    If we prayed and sang more  io our
Verses 16 21—In what class do you private lives, and in our families,
place those who profit by the sins of would we have more joy and gladness?
fallen women? i     Verse 26—Was this earthquake the
This young  woman  was   possessed  result of the prayer of Paul and Silas,
with a very clever spirit of evil, an all or was it a natural event?
round   spirit   of deception, including      Does God today work  out for   his
fortune telling; now wherein  did  her   people, practically the same results as
sin consist, and that of her owners?     I are here recorded?
Which are the more to be blamed in :     Verses 27, 28— Why did the jailer
these   days, fortune tellers  or   their
willing dupes?
When bad men are losing the gains
of their evil occupation, are they apt
to be careful of the truth, when they
are after the good men who have destroyed their business? For example,
the liquor dealers.
Verse 22—What made the multi-! mean by believing on the Lord Jesus?
tude so angry at Paul and .Silas, and is j May a father or mother believe in
any reliance ever to be placed upon Jesus, so as to assure the salvation of
the excited attitude of a largo  crowd? their childrui? (This question is to  be
Do religious differences still make answered in writing by members of
the people hate one another? , the club.)
decide upon suicide, and is such a
course ever justifiable?
Verses 29, 30—Was it natural fear
or religious conviction that now operated in the jailer?
What did the jailer desire to be
saved from?
Verse 31—What precisely did they
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
for 190.5, 1906  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood...	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Stilly, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark .'	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1007
613,537
135,001
208,321
1,712
IS, 274
14,481
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
1008
1,032,519
45,956
314,029
Past Week
19,760
2,090
6,5,800
5,780
10,740
3.802
530
120
649
"90
"65
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
86
50
' Verse 32—What is "the word of the
Lord," and may a person know that
word, lirst hand, who is not personally acquainted with the Lord?
Verses 33, 34—Can the grace of
God suddenly turn a cruel and brutal
innn into a tonder-lieiutecl  Christian?
Verses 35-40—May we be confident
that there will always be a happy end*
ing to all our trials!
Lesson for Sunday, July 18, 1909.
—Paul'seSecond Missionary Journey—
Thessalonica and lierea. Acts xvii:
1-15.
Age ofthe Earth
The perennial probli if the age of
the world lias received a new contribu
,icni based on the antiquity of radic-
aoitive minerals. Geologists figured
some time ago the earth's age at least
at 230,000,000 rears nnd the estimate
held until mathematical physicists
computed that the sun itself had not
existed more than 116,000,000 years.
The discovery of radium and the
theories of radioactivity seem to be
going to establish the geologists' con
tention. Lord Rayleigh's son, Mr. B.
J. eStiutt, who u already an eminent
scientist, announces as the result of a
recent experiment with a piece of
thorianite containing helium, that the
latter could not have accumulated in
less than 240,000,000 years.
Everybody need a vacation, ex
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workmanship will be up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stock ot all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete in tbe
Boundary.
Just received, a large consignment
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HOTEL   PROVINCE
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The beit and mott
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Hot and Gold Baths
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We have the most modern jobbing plant
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•if
WE PRINT
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Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
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Total, tons  1,148,237 1,479,682       22,850
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter  fi,-!7,G2G 1,0:11,671         18,433
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952 355,935
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439 22,666
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COR. BRID6E AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
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BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
-DIVIDBNDH-
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,420,272
18,4?3
Namk op Company.
Gran ljyCoiiNoli«i»ttKl— Copper
Cariboo MoKlnney—Gold	
Providence—Silver	
B. C, Copper—Copper	
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We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,   bun Job Office.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Business lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun office. Enquire of Lew
Johnson.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a buii-
beam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
medium.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we aro the only
office in thiB section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them  plainly, to be read at a

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