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Eighth Year—No. 22.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. April 3, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Provincial Board of Horticulture Will Maintain a
High Standard
Latest Number of B. G. Gazette Contains Valuable
Information
The provincial board of horticulture
is determined to maintain the high
standard of British Columbia fruit,
and prevent the spread of diseases
that have caused so much loss to the
production of some of the other provinces of the Dominion and states of
Union.
The latest number of the Provincial
Gazette contains the following information relative to amendments made by
the board ut its recent meeting:
llule No. 5, relative to the disinfec
tiieii   of   nursery stock, etc., has been
repealed and the following substituted:
"Every person owning   or   occupy
ing,   or   having   in   possession   any
land or orchard   with  standing  trees
or shrubs, or having thereon  nursery
stock, or trees and plants of any kind,
infected with insect pests and  fungus
disease, sha 1 cause the same to be disinfected  and   cleansed  by using the
remedies herein  prescribed,   or   such
other   insecticides   and  fungicides as
may be found effective, and   are   ap
proved by a member of the board or
the   inspector   of   fruit pest:i, and no
such inspected nursery stock, trees or
plants sliall be sold,   forwarded, distributed or parted with until a certiti
cute   uf   the   satisfactory    cleansing
thereof shall have been obtained from
a member of the board  or  his agent,
or tiie inspector of fruit pests.    Such
certificate shall remain  in   force   for
three months from the date of   issue
ui less revoked by further  inspection.
Any mem her of the board, or the in-
s ectur of fruit pests may order thede-
s ruction, by routing  out and   burning, or by any other available method,
of all infected nursery stock, trees, or
pi nits of any kind, wherever after inspection such destruction   by  rooting
out and burning is necessary to   prevent the  continued    existence    or
spreading of any infection, pest or disease, and if any order made hereunder
is nut complied with, and curried out
within the time specified in such order,
after   a   copy of  such urder has been
posted   up   on   or   near the land or
orchard or premises whereon such  older   is   intended   to  take effect, any
member uf the board or  inspector   of
fruit pests may, by himself, his agents,
servants, and workmen, enter into and
ui<on any land,  orchard   or  premises
whereon such order is intended to take
ell'nct, and carry such order into effect
by any available method, anil that the
cost of such wurk shall  be a   charge
against the owner or occupier thereof,
and nu person shall in anywise howsoever hinder or obstruct   the carrying
nto effect uf any such urder."
i    Regulation Nu. *,   relative to   in
speotioil of home grown fruit, was re-
ptaled and the following   substituted:
"All   fruit, whether   imported   or
grown in thii  province, and   whether
in process of growth ur  gathered  for
inli n led   use or sale, or exposed for
sal , >ha I be subject to inspect on under the auth rity of the board, unci  if i
found tu be in.ected with any  injuri-1
out insect pe,t or fungus disease, shall I
he quarantined, or may be destroyed
at the expense of   the  owner of said
fruit by such methods as the board or
its agents may direct.    Packages containing   quarantined   fruit   shall   be
marked   with   a   distinctive mark or
brand at the time of  the   inspection
thereof by the inspecting officer.    It
shall be an offence  against the   rules
and regulations of the board of horticulture to deface or remove such mark
or brand."
Regulatirn No. 12 was amended by
striking out so much of the directions
for use of Spray No. 1 as referred
the solid form of same.
NEWS OF THE CITY
Advertising the Province
"British Columbia" iB the title of
a handsome booklet issued by the
advertising department of the Canadian Pacific railway, which contains
about nil the information regarding
the climate and resources of the
province that it is possible to crowd
into a 70-page pamphlet. It is profusely illustrated with scenes of
ciiies, farms, orchards, mines, smelters, sawmills, etc., among them being a good half-tone of Grand Forks.
The following description is given of
our city:
"Grand Forks, situated at the
junction of the main Kettle river
with its north fork, occupies an important position as the gateway to
the Kettle River valley and the center of a rich mining district. A few
years ago it was a ranchers' ford on
the Dewdney trail; today it is a
bustling town of 2600 inhabitants,
with splendid waterworks, electric
light and telephone systems, broad
streets lined with fine business
blocks and comfortable dwellings.
The chief industry of the town is the
Granby smelter, the largest nnd
most complete plant of its kind in
America. This smelter treats from
2500 to 3000 tons of ore daily, producing blister copper 98J per cent
fine. There are many other industrial establishments, including four
sawmills, a foundry, machine shop,
bottling works, etc. The churches,
hospitals, stores and hotels are equal
to those found in any western town.
The merchants enjoy a good trade
drawn from the surrounding district. Close to the town is the Riverside nursery, which has twenty
acres in nursery stock, comprising
more than 200,000 young fruit trees
and seedlings. The Covert ranch,
with over 11,000 fruit trees in bloom
in the early spring, or loaded down
with delicious fruit in the autumn,
is the delight of every visitor to
Grand Forks."
I Grand Forks Fire Department Will Celebrate 24th
of May
Manure in the Orchard
A very important requisite in tbe
orchard is barnyard manure. Some
rely on the plowing down of clover
crops to provide the necessary humus and maintain the supply of
plant food, but frequent applications
of manure are advisable. It can be
applied at almost any time of 'he
year to advantage. If put on during the winter or early spring, it is
turned under when the land is
plowed, and constant cultivation up
to the time the clover crop is sown
incorporates the application with tho
soil, and tends to hasten its decomposition.
Enrichment must go hand in hand
with cultivation, if best results nre
to be expected. The annual falling
of the leaves and the plowing down
of clover crops, where such are used,
cannot be depended upon to recoup
the soil for what is taken in producing a crop of fruit nnd in adding to
the size of the trees.
The value of wood ashes in an orchard is overlooked on many farms.
Potash is required in liberal supply,
and this is 11 cheap way of supplying the necessary plant food, it is
not sufficient to dump the ashes in
hcups near the trunks of trees. Like
all fertilizers, best resultB can be obtained only by an even application
all over the ground, followed by thorough incorporation with the soil.
The ashes will not take the place of
manure, nor should manure be ap-
p'ied as a substitute for ashes. Both
should be employed. On light lands,
especially, potash in some form!
should be applied in addition to what
is contained in the manure. If ashes
are not available, the commercial j
potash salt, such as sulphate and
muriate, may be substituted.
Joseph L. Manly Disposes of
One-half of His Alberta
Ranch
The regular monthly meeting ot
the Grand Forks tire department
was held on Tuesday evening, when
it was decided to hold a celebration
on May 24th. A meeting was held
last night for the purpose ot arranging some of the details of the program.
Joseph L, Manly and J. A. Todd
have returned from a trip to La-
combe, Alta., where Mr. Manly
owns a ranch. Mr. Manly sold a
half interest in the ranch to Mr.
i'odd, but both these gentlemen will
probably remain in this city and run
the Alberta farm by wireless telegraphy.
Philip James Gilles, of this city,
and Mies Birdie-Arthur, of Wilbur,
Wash., weie united in marriage at
tho Methodist parsonage oc Tuesday
evening, the ceremony being "per
formed by Rev. W. C. Schlichter.
The couple will reside in this city.
Greenwood business men have
staked placer claims on the West
Fork, and they intend to work the
properties on a large scale this sum-
met.
The evangelistic campaign which
is being arranged for the Boundary
district is expected to commence
about the end of the present month.
Anton Certin was injured in the
Granby mines nt Phoonix Inst week
by a rock falling on his foot, as a re-
Bultoi which the foot was amputated.
Advises received from Hot Lake,
Oregon, state that the condition of
Wm. Towe, who submitted to nn
operation on the 20tti ult., is gradually improving, and thnt he will return to this city about the loth
inst.
The executive in charge of the
Chnpmnn revival, to open here this
month, met this week and decided
to hold the week-day meeting in the
Baptist church nnd the Sunday
night meetings in the opera house,
mid to be ready to use a tent or
cither large enclosure if the meetings grow  to require it.    Hymn
bunks hnve been ordered for practice
work. The union choir is training
regularly nnd promises well.
April +. The pictures of the "Burping of Home" will also be shijwn.
c.teligioUs songs and music by Mrs
W. H. Spenre.
The provincial government's grants
for the building of bridges nt Grniul
Forks and Greenwood nmount to
$14,250 and 10,800, respectively.
A. C. Uren has taken Harry Ack-
ley's place as conductor of one of
the Great Northern ore trains between this city nnd Phoenix.
A. R. Crandnll, agent in Grand
Forks for the Great Northern railway, was in Spokane a few days last
week on business.
Mrs. Percy Rogers arrived in
Grand Forks Tuesday on her way to
Fisherman, where her husbnnd is
section foreman forthe C.P.R. Mr.
Rogers was formerly with the Great
Northern at Weston.
Abe Coryell, engineer of the Great
Northern, is laying off for a few days
improving his farm near Grand
Forks.
Michael O'Brien, brnkeman for
the Great Northern railway, has
moved his family from Hillyard to
this city. Tbey have moved into the
old Queens hotel for the present.
Mr. O'Brien is employed on the ore
run between this place and Phoenix.
Tom Bowen has moved into the
old Young place, which he has
rented for a term of three years.
Born—In Grnnd Forks, on Tuesday, March 30th, to Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Savage, a daughter.
MINING RECORDS
Horn—In Grnnd Forks, on Wednesday, Mnreh .''.1st, to Mr. and Mrs.
W, A. Baker, n son.
The Danville Lumber it Milling
company hns started the mill with n
full crew, after n close down for the
winter months. The coinpany reports the demand for lumber as being brisk.
Preparations are well advanced
for the Oddfellows' annual anniversary ball on the 14th inst.
A large part of tho Dominion Copper company's famous Boundary
properties are to be placed upon the
market and sold at an early date
under the mortgage held by the
National Trust company of Toronto,
trustees for the bondholders.
The management of the British
Columbia Copper company's unel-
ter at Greenwood received word
from New York last Saturday to go
ahead, and there will  be no
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government otlice at
Urand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from March 9
to April 1, inclusive.
RECORDS  OK LOCATIONS
Diamond Hitch fraction, Brown's
camp, Tim Townend; Little Joker,
Deep Creek valley, Murt Carroll;
Lust Chance, Scuttle camp, Chas. A.
Clark; Pearl, near Paulson, Mike
Shick.
CERTIFICATE OF WOIIK
Lucky Boy, Wellington camp,
John A. Nelson; Cooper Cliff, McKinley camp, K. Hice; Monica, McKinley camp, B. M. Sweezey; Eureka, Gloucester cnmp, Peter Donaldson; Copper King fraction, Wellington camp, Holm et al.; Clinton,
Wellington camp, survey, Julius
Carson; Lucky Shot fraction, Wellington cnmp, survey, Julius Carson;
Lucky Shot fjiiotion, Wellington
camp, Julius Carson, for 4 years;
Big Chief, Wellington cnmp, Julius
Carson; Woodburn, Wellington
camp, J. Carson; Tiger fraction,
Gladiator fraction, No. 27 fraction
and No. 15 fraction, Greenwood
cnmp, Mutligun et nl.; New York,
Brown's camp, W. A. Pounder;
Boston, Brown's.camp, W. A. Pounder; Denoro, Summit oatnp, N. J.
Carson.
CONVEYANCES.
One-half of Parrott, Brown's cnmp,
Jon Pringle to Tim Townend.
One-half of Helston, Wellington
camp, T. II. Richards to William
Allen.
One-half of Pearl, near Paulson,
Mike Shick to I. H. Poole and F. A.
Estey.
All of Clinton, Wellington camp.
N. J. Carson to Julius '.'arson.
One-half of New York, Brown's
camp, C. A. S. Atwood to W. A.
Pounder.
All of Boston, Brown's   cnmp,  C.
A. S. Atwood to W. A. Pounder.
AGREEMENT,
Option on Dykehend No. 2, Ben-
Hur. Three Bells and Fife mineral
claims, near Fife, James K. Kelly
and T. H. Forsaith to Charles Dempster, of Rossland, B. C.
CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT.
Montana,   Gloucester camp, Scy
WATER PROBLEM
By Diverting North Fork
Channel Whole Valley
May be Inigated
Newby Lake. Could be Used
as a Reservoir for Storing Water
Strayed or Stolen—March 6th, 1 , .      ,
red bull calf, about 1 year old; also! tlon of operations.
one calf, about 6 months old, red I Mr. W. H. Speare, who exhibited I mour Birch; Snowshoe fraction,
with white face. Any one giving in-! the "Passion Play" here last Janu-1 Greenwood camp, John Mulligan;
formation of same will be suitably j ary, will show the "Passion Play" | Ethel Verne fraction, Greenwood
rewarked.    F. Hoelzel, North Fork, pictures again at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, camp, John Mulligan.
7b the Editor nf Thc Sun.
I am personally interested in the
irrigation of the valley ut Grand
Forks, and am, therefore, justified in
wiiting to you concerning the matter. I am of the opinion that almost
all the valley cun be irrigated without pumping.
I understand that Mr. Brook, the
Dominion geologist, is of the firm
opinion that the North Fork formerly took its course west of Observation mountain, that is, over the
ground now traversed by the Cnnadian Pacific, Great Northern and
Spokane & Pritish Columbia railways on their way towards Smelter
lake, ami that it took its present
course only when its former course
became choked up. He is snid to
have made a calculntion that, if the
smelter dam were made eighteen
feet higher, the water of Smelter lake
would again run west of Observation
mountain.
I had a talk with Mr. R. A. Henderson, the surveyor, one day on the
shore of Newby lake, and he seemed
to be firmly convinced that the
water of Smelter lake could be mude
to rise high enough to pass over the
old course. He snid this could be
done by making the smeller dam
higher. It would not be necessary,
however, to dig a channel from
Smelter lake. It is quite evident
that there is an underground communication between Smelter lake
and Newby hike, ns the water in
Newby lake rises and falls when the
water in Smelter lake rises and falls.
Newby lake could, therefore, be
filled to the brim and used aa a
reservoir. Any of yonr readers who
will take the trouble to go out to
Newby will see at once that, if the
waters in that lake were raised to the
brim, it would be higher than the
roofs of the highest buildings iu the
business part of Grand Forks, higher
tha n almost every acre of tbe valley
souMi of the Kettle river, and higher
than almost all the laud mirth oi the
Kettle river.
If thc quantity nf water m Smelter were greatly increased, the pressure exerted would bc very great,
but there would be two vents, the
present channel and the underground
channel to Newby lake, through
which tliere would be a constant
movement of water, if the water of
that lake were used for city purposes
ns will as fur Irrigating the fruit land
throughout the valley. Moreover,
Observation mountain would have to
stand lhe main pressure of thc wnt r
iu Smelter lake, and it would do it.
John Simpson.
Athabasca Landing, March 25,
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. It Gilpin, customs officer at this
poet, inakeailiH following detailed report
of the customs receipts at thu various
sub-custcmiB offices, as reported io tbe
chief office in this city, for the month of
Hatch:
(jranii Fork- $2,659.20
Phoenix  1,269.94
Cay ude       66.62
Carenn       29.97
Total M.926.73
For Rent or Sale—131 acres of
land on Hardy mountain, 3 miles
from city, j mile from Hardy's
ranch; IS acres under cultivation;
good house and new barn on place.
Will sell land, team, Btock and implements for $2600. Easy terms.
Tom Bouchard, upper Grand Forks. w
JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD, B. _•
QHp f-hfnmg &mt
Publlcched at Grand Porks. British Columbia.
Q. A. Evans Editor aced Publisher
A Hie of thin papecr can be seen at the office
of Mesecree. B. 4 J. Hurely & tie,.. 311, 31 lllecl 32.
Kleet Street, B.C., Locecloee. Beecrlcliicl, free of
oharge,' ' ntftrne will be triad to receive
euhxcrli. iced advert!.emetcttcoce our be
half.
SUBB0H1FTIOS HATK8 1
One Tear H.M
One Year (Ice advance)  1.00
Advertititcec? rutin feiriebclcicl nn 11PD
Legal notices, III lllecl 1, oeeets per kleee.
Address all e'leeeelnlliiee-ietiieies to
The Evening Sun,
Phonic. B14 Ghand Pokes, B.C.
SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1909
Apostles of irrigation, deep waterways, drainage, good roads and conservation of resources and recruits
from various parts of this continent,
England, Germany, France, Hawaii,
the Philippine islands, the Latin
republics, and China and Jnpnn,
representatives of foreign nations
and colonial governments, officials
of tht federal reclamation, forestry
and agricultural departments, governors and members of state and territorial legislature, railroad and bank
presidents, and members of agricul-
iural, horticultural, commercial and
fraternal organizations will gather in
Spokane August 9th to 14th, when
the National Irrigation comvention
will have its seventeenth sessions in
that city.
The compromise on the Election
bill is six months in place of the
year asked for by the Liberals before
a name can be struck off the voters'
list by the registrar at the court of
revision, save where the elector consents. The attorney-general's original amendment fixed tne period at
one month in these cnBes where the
elector has ceased to reside in the
electoral district. In addition the
attorney-general hns added a section
requiring the publication in a newspaper in the district for 21 days of
the names of voters proposed to be
struck off.
SCHOOL REPORT
The following is the report of the
Grand Forks public school, as compiled by Principal May, for the
month of .March:
En-   Actu. Aver-     Per
Division        oil el.   al.     cee...   cent ge
O.ee  34     728M   31.67     0315
Two 30     700      3005     85.13
Three  30     IJ07^   30.32     7774
K.iir 4li     005      30.34     86.52
Fi-e 44     H47!£   3085     8375
Six  41     912      3005     00 11
Bev.;   47     881      38.30     81.40
Total 299   6676>i 24678    8500
1908 293  5410)5 26086    85 45
Differs iiv... '3    221       358       '80
PERSONAL
PROVINCE HOTEL
Best Hotel Building in Interior Thrown Open
to Public
E. Miller, barrister, left this morning for a ten days' trip to the   const.
CtuiB. Burt, of Nelson, representing
Pither & Leiser, of Victoria, wns a
guest at the Yale yesterday.
M. Feeney, formerly of this city,
but who is now iu business at Col-
ville, Wash., visited friends here
lac-t Tuesday.
What promises to be nn extensive
depusii of eeial bus been discovered
about three miles west nf Midway.
Mrs. F. Miller, Sr., will leave this
week Im ii month's vi-ii at the const,
The new Province hotel, which
hns been under construction since
last fall, was completed early in the
week, and on thc 1st inst. it opened its
doors to the public. The building is
fiOxTG feet, three storieshigh, with a
basement. The material used is
brick, and thc plastering throughout
the building bus been done with cement, making the walls almost as
durable as if they had been constructed of solid iron or steel. Itisno
exaggeration to sny that the building is one of the best and most substantial structures used for hotel
purposes in the inlerior of the province. The cost of the bare building is about $30,000, and tbe
cost of furnishing the house is estimated to be between #7000 and $10,-
000.
Mr. E. Larsen, the proprietor of
the Province, deserves unstinted
praise and credit for the faith
be has shown in Grand Forks by
erecting so costly and substantial an
hotel. The building wns designed
by Mr. J. B. Henderson, the architect and builder, under wnose superintendence it was constructed. It is nf
such a solid nature that, even should
he accomplishes nothing else in the
building line, it will prove an enduring monument to the proficiency
which he has attained in his profession.
The front of the first floor is composed mainly of plate-glass. The
rooms on this floor, consisting tif an
office, dining room, kitchen, bar and
pool and billiard rooms, are arranged
with a view to attain the greatest
possible convenience. It is difficult
to Bee how their positions could be
improved upon. All the rooms on
this floor are of good size, the din
ing room having a capacity or eighty
persons at one seating.
On the two upper stories there are
fifty-two bedrooms, two parlors antl
a number of linen closets. The majority of the sleeping apartments are
large, well ventilated, and are furnished in elegant style.
The plumbing and electrical fixtures in the building are of the most
modern pattern. Any light, in any
part of the house, enn be turned on
or off from the switchboard in the
oflice.
you will actually brag about your
health, strong stomach, for you then
can eat anything and everything you
want without the slightest discomfort
or misery, and that every particle of
impurity and gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives
or any other assistance.
NEWS OF THE CITY
Indigestion Ends
You can eat anything your stomach
craven without fear of a case of indigestion or dyspepsia, or that your
food will ferment or Hour on vour
stomach if you will occasionally take
a little Diapepsin after eating.
Your meals will taste good and
anything you eat will be digested
uothing can ferment or turn into acid
or poison or stomach gas, which
causes belching, dizziness, a feeling of
fullness after eating, nausea, indigestion (like lump of lead in stomach),
biliousness, heartburn, water brash,
pain in stomach and intestfues or
other symptoms.
Headaches from the Btonuch are
absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used. Diapepsin really
dot's all the work of a healthy stomach. Jt digests vour meals when your
stomach can't. Kneb triangulo will
digest all the fond you can eat aud
leave nothing to ferment or sour.
Get n larue oOoentcase nf Papa's
Diapepsin from your druggist and
start taking today and   by   tomorrow
F.E.COOPER
cAftcnt Tor
STEWART IRON  WORKS CO.
t^Ianufrcturers |/'
WROUGHT IRON FENCES
50 different designs, ranging In price from 40c to
$ 1 50 pur foor. set in place
around lot, and including
one coat of paint. Fancy
Gates and Circle Corners
extra.
Lawn Furniture, Chairs, Settees, Lawn Fountains, Bank
Fixtures, Hitchihg Posts, etc
Call on mc for prices.
Bridge Sired, (irand Porki, B. G.
1)
T. A. Mclntyre has sold his residence on Main street, opposite the
Methodist church, to H. J. North.
Mr. Mclntyre will live on his ranch,
a short distance from the oity, this
summer.
Cottage prayer meetings in connection with the Chapman revival
preparatory work were held at the
following places last evening: Col-
hia, nt Mrs. R, McLeod's; North
Fork, at Mrs Curran's; Ruckle addition, at the home of Rev. Mr. Ross.
Announcements pf Monday's meetings will be made from the pulpits on
Sunday.
Eggs for Sale—From pure bred
Buff Orfingtons, Black Minorcas
and White Leghorns; $2.00 for 13.
Mrs. Bowen, West. Grand Forks,
near G. N. 'pump station.
Rutherford Bros, hnve received a
carload of oil, which is to be distributed to various Boundary points.
For Sale or Rent—The old McRae block, on the corner of Winnipeg and Riverside avenues, now oc
copied by the Province hotel, will be
for rent, or for sale nt a bargain, on
April 1st.   Apply to E, Larsen.
All holels in Phoenix not containing thirty rooms will hereafter be
required to pay double license fee.
For Sale—160 acres of good
timothy land.    Apply this oflice.   .
The Grand Forks Cricket dub
will hold its annual meeting next
.Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
The attention of the owners of
house plants is calle/1 to the advertisement of Frache Tiros., florists, on
the fourtj^page of this issue of The
jSnn.-' "
Frache Bros., of the Columbia
greenhouses, are shipping flowers
and hothouse vegetables to Enat
Kootenay and the prairie provinces.
Work has been started on tbe
foundation of J. \V. Rutherford's
new residence on Winnipeg avenue,
near the Baptist church.
For Sale—Furniture, etc., complete for small house. Apply P. O.
Box 422.
•Shell Brand Castile Soap—Just received, a large shipment of the above
high-grade soap; 1, 2 or 3-lb. bars;
also 10c cakes. The Mann Drug
Company.
An elevated sidewalk is being
constructed on Sixth street, from
Winnipeg avenue to Uev. H. Steele's
residence, for the convenience of the
scholars in the high school building.
Mrs. R. T. Beven has returned to
her home nt Oreston, after visiting
Mrs. Sam Miller at the Hotel Winnipeg for n few weeks.
A lawn tennis court is being laid
nut opposite the public school, he
youd the football grounds, on Winnipeg avenue.
The Lequime sawmill has started
to ship lumber to thc yards in this
city.
P. J. Royer returned from Spokane on Wednesday evening with a
string of burses nnd outfit for the
Model livery, on Third street.
Just received, n huge consignment
of the latest patterns nf spring ami
summer suitings, (ieo. Massie, the
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TENDERS FOR WOOD
PEALED TENDERS will he re-
_) ceived by the undersigned until
the 10th day of April, 1909, for
supplying forty cords of fir and tamarack split eordwood in four-foot
| lengths; wood must not have been
i cut previous to last winter from live
trees, and be of first-class quality.
Wood to be piled in the open to
; dry, and to be delivered and piled at
the school house iu July next as and
I where directed.
The lowest or any tender not ncces-
' sarilv accepted.
Dated March 19th, 1909.
I GEO. H. HULL,
Secretary Grand  Forks .School Board.
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Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, April 2.—Silver,
eleetrolytic copper, 12i(o;12J.
London, April 2.—Silver,
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Siiiillliiiini'i-ii Leiieil llMrlc'i, IHdrlct cil Yale.
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uf Itrnnd (Auks, II.C, uueilpnttotiKmc'ltor-
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LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land District, Oistrlet of Yale
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, .lossle Ewarl, uf
1 Mudlolnn lint, Albertee, ucecipntioee Gentlewoman, intends to npply for permission tu
pnrelinse the following described lands:
Commencing at n post Idicieted aleunt elcflit
icicles In a north-eaiet dtrectiuce from tlee
ncertlienst corner of Cbnrles Seemlieer'M pre.
tieell, eeeeil ceiljoieiiliir 1>. M. Stlrtuce's location
on tbo nortli; licence north 80 ohains; thence
east8(1 ohains: thenoe south 80ohains;thence
west 80 cleeeiees tu tho point of commence*
ment, containing 610 ucres, more or less.
JESSIE -WART.
Donald MoGllllvray. Accent.
Dated 2nd January, 1909.
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PERSIAN PHILOSOPHY
UNO ALT
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land District, District of Yule
TAKE notice that f, Alexander Thompson, of
Port Arthur, Ontario, occupation Sheriff
Intends to npply for permission to purohase
thi'following clencrllind lunds.
Commencing »t« post plnnted uhout five
miles in a north-oast flireo'lon frnm the
imrthcnst coiner of Qhnrles SinidiuT's pre-
emptitm. und mljofiihiir W. W. Follows' locution on tlio north; thenoe north *u elm ins;
thence east 80 chains; thenoe south 80 chuins;
thence west 8<) chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
ALEXANDER THOMPSON.
Donald Mctiillivrny. Agent
Dated 2nd January, MOD,
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Hlmilkameeil Land District, District of Yule.
TAKE notice that I, Frank Ffolllott, of Vancouver, li. c , occupation Railway clerk,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lauds:
<■ "in-ill!.' nt ii post planted ahmit three
miles in a mirtli-enst direction irom thc northeast corner of Charles Sunduer's pre-emption,
und udjidnliig M. Stlrtoti'fi and T. G. Will's
locutions on the nortli; thence north >u chains)
thenee east 80 chains; thence south 80 chuins:
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement., ci'iituiiiin:: ii(0 ud'cis, more nr loss
PKANK FKOLLIOTT.
Donald MoGllllvray. Agent.
Dated 2nd January, 1000,
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land District, District of Yale
TAKE notice that I, Catherine Margaret
■ Cameron, ur Cascade, t. C. occupation
Splutter, intends to apply f<ir permission to
purchase the following desorlbed lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about two
miles ntirtbeitst from the northeast corner of
Charles Sandner's pre-emption; theuce south
80 chuins; thence east 8(1 eliains; tlieuce north
80 chains: theuce west 80 chains to the point
of eunimeuceinent,oontaiuiiigB40 acres, more
or less
GATHER tNBMABGAKBT CAMERON.
Donald McGillivray, Agent.
Dated 2nd January, 1908.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Lund Dlltrlot, District of Yale,
TAKE notice that I, Loo Thompson, of Port
Arthur, Out., occupation Farmer, Intends
to apply for permission to i.uivlwi-e thu foi-
lowiug desorlbed lands:
Oommenolng ut a post planted about
seven miles in a nnrtu-eustdirection from
the northeast oorner of Charles Sandner's
pre-emption, and Adjoining a, Thompson's
location nil the north; theuce south 80chains;
theuce enst hi, eliains; theuce north 80 chains;
tbence west SO chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 aores, more or
LEO THOMPSON.
Douald MoGllllvray, Aneut,
Dated 2nd January, lOo'J.
FORM OP NOTICE
Similkameen Land District, District of Ynle
TAKK notice that I, Wllliuiu W.Uoil PolloWS,.|
1 of Yaneover, U. C, ooaupa<totl Book-
keeper, intends to apply tor permission to
purchase the toUowtnR described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted ahout four
miles In a north-east direotlon from the
northeast oorner of Charles Sandner's preemption, uud adjoiuiii)! tf. Kf'illltiti's looatlou j
tui Hie north: tlieuce north 80chains; thence
eust 80chaius| thence south SUahitUuil thence I
west 80 chains r<> th« point ot commciicciueni,
■ niiiiiiiiiig tilu iieivs nn- !■ or less.
WILLIAM WILSON FOLLOWS.
Donald McGillivruy. Agent.
Dated 2nd January, 1009.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land District,District of Ynle
TAKE NOTICE that I. David Murray Stir-
1 ton. of Vancouver, H.C, occupation i us-
tom niiieer. iuteiitls to apply for permission
to I'lirelmse the following described lauds:
Comineuclng nt n post plunted about seven
miles in a north-east direction irom tiie
northeast corner nf cimrles Sandner's preemption, and adjoining Leo Thompson's looatlou on the north; tbence north 811 ohalnsBt
tbence east 80 chains: theuce south 80 ciiuins:
theuce west 80 chain, to point o^commence*
ment, containing *>ln acres, more or less.
DAVID MURBAY ST1BTON,
Donald McGillivray. Agent.
Duted 2nd January, 1900.
LAND  ACT
FOHM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Sand District. District oj Yule
rAKE notice that I, May Btlrtou. of Southampton. Ontario, occupation Spinster, intends tn imply for permission to purchase the
followlugdesoribod lands:
Commencing at a|posi planted two miles
northeast from the northeast corner of
Charles Sand tier's pre-emption, and adjoining 0. M, Cameron's Inentlnii on ihe north;
theuce north SO chains! thenoe east. HO chuins;
theuce south 80 ciiuins; tlieuce west HO eh ill tin
to the point "f commencement., contuinluK tllO
aores. more or less.
MAY STIRTON.
Donald Mc' 11111 vrav, Agent.
Dated 2nd January, 1009.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land District, District of Yale
TAKK notinethat I, Thomus George Wall, of
1 Vancouver, fl. C, occupation Hardware
Salesman, intends to apnly for permission to
purchase the following described lauds:
Commencluur at a post planted about four
miles in aneasterW direction from tiie northeast corner of Charles Sandner's pre-emption, mid adjoining; J. Morris' location on the
north; thence north80eliains:thence west 8(1
chains] theuce smith ■■)<■ chains: thenee east »o
chains to the point "f c<>miuencemeut,cou-
tuitiiugtVlOacreBi moreor li'nw.
THOMAS GEORGE WALL.
Donald MeGillivrav, Aneut.
Dated -2nd January, MUD.
LAND ACT
| FORM OF NOTICE
I   Similkameen Lstul District, District of Yale.
TAKE notice that I, James Morris, of Guelph,
Out., occupation Merchant, Inti uds Ut ap-
: ply for permission to purchase the following
I described lands:
\ Commencing at a post planted four miles
'in un easterly .direction from the northeast
I corner of Charles Sunduer's pre-emption,
; mul iidJninlnjrC. M. Cameron's location on
: the east; theuoesoutli8ii chains; thenoe west
80 chains; thenoe north 80 chains: thenee east
80 chains to the point of commencement,
containing   640 acres,  more or less
JAMES MORRIS.
Donald MoGllllvrfty, Agent.
Dated 2nd January, 18o9.
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The sincercjjpultliciiti hns proceeded
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The wretched miser is prowlintr all
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our ordained time.
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of our village chief.
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clemency overlook the Insolence of the
vulgar, otherwise both sustain a loss,
for their respect for him is lessened
and their own brutality confirmed,
Though a dress presented b\* a
sovereign is honorable, yet is our own
tattered garment preferable; and
though tin; viands at a great man's
table be delicate, yet is our own
homely fare more sweet.
A scholar without diligence is a
lover without money; a traveler without knowledge is a bird without wings;
a theorist without practice is a tree
without fruit; and a devotee without
learning is a house without an entrance.
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continue to flow through Bagdad after
the race of Khalifs is extinct. If thy
hand has plenty, be liberal as the
date tree; but if it affords nothing to
give away, be an azad, or freeman,
like the cypress.
Two orders of men died, and carried
with them regret: such as had and did
not spend, and such as knew and did
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not endeavor to point out his faults;
but were the generous man to have a
hundred defects, his liberality would
cover all his blemishes.
FOHM OF NOTiCE.
Yule  Laud: District.    District ol   Simillui-
meeri,
TAKE   NOTICE   thnt   .Smith    Curtis   «,f
Rossland, Dtp., occupation mine operator,
Intends tn apply fnr permission to purchase
tin' following described landii
Commoner!iisi nt a post planted on the west*
eru tide line of the Nelson _i Port Shepherd
Railway company's Luud Uruutaiid ut the
southeast corner of Peter Shaw's pre eruption uu hit* Sheep Creek] tliein'p west70
chains; theuce south 15 ohains, mure nr less,
tu the north line of J. .1. Gill's pre-emption;
thenee cu-i 85 chains, mbre or less, to northeast comer of said fi ill's p/e'emptlon;:
thenoe smith 15 chains! thenoe east 85 chaius,
more or less, to the western line <>f aforesaid
Railway Luud Grant] thence north 80 chaius
in point (if i-i.iiinii'iK-t'iiiiMit, containing h'>n
Bores, more or less.
JAMBS ROBINSON OBANSTON,
A gent, for SMITH CURTIS.
Dated December 14th. 1008.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
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ANT available Dominion Lands within the
Railway gelt of Britlah Columbia maybe
honieiiteuded by uuy person who is tlio bead
of ii family, or nny mule over eighteen yenrs
of ago, to the extent of oue*qiiarter section
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Is situate.
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yearn.
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Six months' notice iii writfnpr should bo
iriven the Commissioner <>f Dominion Lnuds
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal-Coal mining rights mo* be leased
for a period of twenty one years at nu annual rentnl of $1.00 per aere.   Nut mure than
Man acres shall be leused to one Individual or
coinpany. a royulty at the rate of five cents
per ton -hall be collected on the merchant*
able ooal mined.
W.W.OOBY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
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physician. The only one good enough that its milkers du<*e to pria* its .
ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no seoreoy. I*, wil! '*. • ratt'n
tion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drags are found in it, Some w» ■■■■■■
ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute Don'l to!« ic. Don t '
with your health. Write to World's Dispensary M-M-ica! Association, Di
V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. YM—* take toj advioe received and be well
Mining on rhe Coast
Recent developments of free milling
gold claims in the vicinity of Moresby
island, in the Queen Charlotte group,
has proved so satisfactory that the
Nulia and Early Bird Mining companies will jointly install a 20-stnmp
mill there early in April. The order
for the plant has heen placed in Germany. A new device, ball-bearing
action is said to be capable of treating
30 tons of rock per day and to secure
a higher percentage of recovery of the
values in connection with the use of a
Willley table. Its adoption in the
Queen Charlotte islands records u new
era in Canadian mining annals.
The Nuba company owns 54 claims
near Gold harbor, Twe.ity men have
been engaged at development worlt
since last fall. A smaller force is engaged on the tmaller adjoining property. Both properties are traversed
by the same vein, which varies in
width from 2h to 8 feet. The ledge
has an enriched portion, 18 inches in
width, giving, it is asserted, high
values. A recent shipment of the
run of the vein treated at the Tacoma
smelter is also said to have netted
815U to the ton.
Rod and Gun
The first sight of the fine cover of
the excellent spring (April) fishing
number of Hod and Gun in Canada,
published by W.J. Taylor,Woodstock,
Out., will stir the blood of the thousands of fishermen throughout the Dominion and start them on the congenial work of preparing for the coining tray. The long and varied nature of the contents of the number, in
whicli fish and fishing topics predominate, will still further stimulate them,
and the opening of the fishing season
will'probably see an increase" in the
angl ers' ranks us one result of the in
terest aroused through the "'ide dissemination of these stories. Three articles stand out as of value to tho
country: "Preserving the Nation's
Fish," by Cyrus McMillan, an illustrated descriptive account of the work
of the Princo Edward Island hatchery;
"The Unsolved Mystery of the Salmon," by Bonnycastle Dale, who has
spent two years on the Pacific coast
studying the ways of the salmon and,
with the exception of one pjint, leaving the mystery still unsolved; and
"Conservation of Non-Nest Building
Fishes of the Great Lukes," by W. E.
Meehan, chief fish commissioner for
Pennsylvania, in which a plea i? put
forward on behalf of a policy on which
there will be great differences of opinion, but which closely concerns the
future of the Great Lakes fisheries.
Then fishing trips in four separate
provinces are told of in a manner irresistibly reminding fishermen of incidents in their own experiences. "A
New Brunswick Lost Lake Found," is
particularly good, though each story
has an interest all its own. A similar
variety of fare will be fou"d for those
interested in other forms of sport, "A
Ladv's Moose Hunt in New Brunswick," hy Miss Emach, being a good
specimen. On every page of an excellent number the sportsman will be
able to find material -» Inch cannot fail
to prove of the deepest possible interest to him.
names and characteristics of the
young men, who may be promising:
Wyatt Gooding, a man of pleasing
manners; Bill Day, fond and true;
C. E. Smith, bashful but easily
handled; F Houston; very decided
in his ideas; Mr. Mahon, boyish but
gentlemanly; S. Longhurst, may be
moved soon—hurry; A. S. McKim,
too busy; S. H. Fairweather, incorrigible; Mr. Brown, a peculiar personality; W. A. Thrasher, tooBmall;
Frank Lathe, spoken for.
The general manager of the New
Republic Mining company, of Republic, lust week closed a two years'
contract for the smelting of the output of the mine with the Tacoma
smelter, otherwise known as the
Guggenheim interests.
Said to Be Fine
Few people here know that you
enn cure that dread American disease, rheumatism,with just common,
every-day drugs found in any drug
store. The prescription is so simple
that any one can prepare it at home
at small cost. It is made up ns follows: Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid ; Extract Dan
delion, one-half ounce; Compound
Kargon, one ounce; Compound
Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces.
Mix by shaking in a bottle and take
in teaspoonful doses after each meal
and at bedtime. These are all simple ingredients, making an absolutely harmless remedy at little
cost.
Rheumatism, ns everyone knows,
is a symptom of deranged kidneys.
It is a condition produced by the
fnilure of the kidneys to properly
filter and strain from the blood the
uric ncid and other matter, which, if
not eradicated either in the urine or
through the skin pores, remains in
the blocd, decomposes nnd forms
about the joints and muscles, causing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism.
This prescription is said to be a
splendid healing, cleansing nnd invigorating tonic to the kidneys, and
gives almost immediate relief in all
forms of bladder and urinary troubles and backache.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our- readers than through Tuk
Son's advertising columns.
Must Be Good Housekeepers
It is reported that owing to one
of the private boarding houses in
town being closed, there may lie
quite a demand for bright young
housekeepers.    Below   we give the
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
for lDOo, 1906  and for the past week:
shipments of   Boundary mines
Granby Mines, Phoonix	
Snowshoe. I'hoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho,  Phoenix	
Rawhide, i'hoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, Summit Canip	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur Kitig.Siiiiiinit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan	
Providence, Greenwopd	
Elkhorn, (Ireenw 1	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. 1!. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark .'	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
1907
613,637
135,001
208,321
1,712
18.274
14,481
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
1908 Past Wick
1,032,511) 20,382
45,950 2,800
314,029 ■   8, lit:
6,5,800
5,780
649
10,740
3.802
530
120
90
lio
8(1
10
TOO
20
55
60
221
30
50
245
1,148,237   1,479,682      31,298
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter..
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,420,272
037,628
311,952
153,139
1.031,671
355,935
22,066
17,421
8,830
NOTICE TO PLANT OWNERS SrcSrS
BLACK FLY? If they are you should lose no time in getting a
bcttle of FRACHE BROS.'S LIQUID INSECTICIDE. The best
known inseot destroyer: Will not injure the most delicate plant.
Easy to apply. Full directions with each bottla Prica per quart
brittle, 25c. Price Scollay's Sprinkler for applying Insecticide,
$1.00   For sale by   .
Frache Bros., Florists, Columbia, B. C.
PRINTING
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
* Lodge Constitutions and By laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Faro and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
GOOD PRIINTlMu   J^t_en_nt, ^d"
itself an
trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
satisfaction.
•it*
20,261
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
 DIVIDENDS ■
Teeteei to   Latest      Per
Date.      Date.   Share
Authorised ^-suareii-^ Paid
Name OF CompaWY. Capital.    Issued. Par.       1906.       	
Grac,l,jCoiisolidoteel-Copper...«ir,,0eJ(>,0ll0     1,11,0110 $100 $1,820,000 $3,5IM,6!jO Deo. 1908 $3.l«'
CHrlllooMoKlnney-Gold.        1.2S0.0OO   1,250,000    $1          546,837 Keb. 1904     .00
ProvI, ocec'e-Sl I ver        ...          200000       31000     *S 16,000        38.224 Sept. 1906      .60
».(,' dSp cer-Copper            •.000,000    303,000     $3         201,200 Sept. 1907     .04
FRUIT
ORNAMENTAL
AND SHRUBS
TREES
For Homes Orchards and
Residence Grounds.
Oun Mono:
SUPERIOR HIGH-GRADE NURSERY STOCK
Not the cheapest in price
but the best  in quality.
Riirbanli's New Stonelcss
MIRACLE PLUM
Capital City Nursery Company
SALEM, OREGON
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in .Stock
a Fresh .Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
Kuzur Honing a Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Dook Nohtii of Uiunhy Hotel,
FntsT Stheet.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
TelephoneAl29
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutherford Bros., Props.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tbade Marks
Designs
Copyrights etc.
Anrone Mrcdtnj • (ketch tnd deicrlptlon nu)
•nfoklr aacwrtaln our opinion free weeotecer tn
lorentlon la probnbl j- patentable, Cecteileeuielcft.
llonjcecnctlrronoclcieiial. HANDBOOK ceul'alFccce
tentfree. Oleloal aeeceecy forBecurlnerpateeeta.
Patente taken through —una Ago.receive
ecsxclalnotlM, without chance. In the
Scientific American.
Ca
, 36IBro«e)wij, |
e!» F St, Waablnitbif, IiLl
We earry the most fashionahle stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary eountry. And we are the only
office in thiH section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job oflice.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a line form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
glance.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Bounaary.   Sun 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 sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
medium. S

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