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Eighth Year—No. 3.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. November 20, 1908
$1.0C\,Per Yea^h/Arivance.
Stranger in the City Passes
a $58 Bogus Cheque on
Granby Company
Is Arrested and Sent to the
Nelson Jail for Eighteen
On Tuesday evening, at about 8
o'clock, Officer Dinsmore arrested
a youog man of rather boyish appearance, near the Great Northern
station, for forgery. The name of
the man arrested is yet unknown, as
he refused to divulge it at his trial.
The offence for which he was arrested consisted of forging tbe signature of G. W. Wooster, treasurer of
the Granby Consolidated, to a $58
Royal bank cheque and obtaining
the money for the same.
The forgery is stated by those
who saw tbe cheque to bave been a
clumsy piece of work. Instead of
G. W., the initials were "J. W.,"
and instead of treasurer, Mr. Woos-
ter's title had been changed to "secretary" of the Granby company.
Tbe man made several attempts to
get tbe cheque cashed down town,
but without success. He finally
went up to the Pacific hotel, in Columbia, where the night bartender
exchanged fifty-eight good dollars for
a bad piece of paper.
A few minutes after tbe man bad
| left the Pacific some of those whom
I be had attempted to victimize down
I town telephoned up to tbe West end
[hotel man to be on bis guard for the
Isuspicious cheque. As tbe cheque
■had already been cashed, tbe bar-
■tender telephoned Policeman Dins-
nore at the city ball. Both Mr.
iDinsmore and the victimized hotel
I'ilerk had an idea that the iorger bad
Kone down towards tbe Great North-
|rn station, and the policeman left
he city ball on his wheel for tbat
|>cality, while the hotel clerk cut
fcross lots for the same point. Tbe
olicemim, tbe hotel clerk and the
Irger met on the platform of tbe
lotel Colin.
I The capture was quite dramatic,
|d for a few seconds the excitement
i intense enough to suit tbe most
I ilent craving for the sensational,
lie hotel clerk demanded his money
Ick, saying that he was afraid the
leque was no good.   The man was
| the point  of handing the clerk
itk his money,when Mr. Dinsmore
Ipped up and said he would take
of it.   As soon as the forger
llized. that  Mr. Dinsmore was a
■iceman   be  made  a   break for
(■ity,   starting  to   run down the
■way track.   Mr. Dinsmore fired
shots after  the fleeing  man,
, as the last shot  rang from the
|king revolver, stumbled and fell
ot mortally wounded, however,
had   only   been grounded by
bing his toe against a rock or a
of  railway  iron.   Mr. Dins-
ran   up and handcuffed the
and  a  few minutes later be
|odged in jail.
! came up for trial before Police
Istrate Cochrane on Wednesday
ling, but tbe case was remand-
1 the following day, in order to
Ihe police an opportunity  to
find out something about tbe man
if possible. But no light was thrown |
on bis identity, and at tbe trial yesterday morning Judge Cochrane
sentenced bim to eighteen months at j
hard labor in tbe Nelson jail. Chief
Savage left with the prisoner for
Nelson yesterday afternoon.
Although the man is of youthful
appearance and quite innocent looking, the poliee believe tbat he is an
old offender against the law, and
that he is a very smooth swindler.
They do not place much etedence in
his story tbat this was bis first offence, and tbat he took this means
of raising money for the support of
an aged mother and a family of
brothers and sisters. Judging by
appearances, he is apparently not
over twenty years of age, and is of a
decided blonde type. Had he taken
a little more time to inform himself
better regarding the Granby com
pany's bankers, and the names of its
ollicers, he might have flooded the
city with bogus cheques before being
deteeted. The man obstinately
persisted in withholding all information that might lead to bis identity. Nothing was found on his person when arrested but a couple of
cheques similar to the one which he
had cashed, some carbon paper and
pencils. Tbe police believe, however, that he has a hand satchel
cached somewhere in the city, and
if this can be located it will un-
doubtely throw some light on bis
past history-.
Shortly after lunch on Tuesday
the young man walked into Tbe
Sun office and said he wanted a
dozen letterheads printed in an
hour's time. He was told tbat there
were too many big orders ahead of
bim for the work to be turned out
in so short a time; and, being unknown to any one in the office, he
was asked wbat business be intended to engage in. He replied tbat be
simply wanted tbe letterheads for
the purpose of playing a harmless
joke on some of his comrades. Finding that be could not get the letterheads, he espied some subscription
receipts that bad just been printed
for Tbe Sun, and be said be could
make these answer his purpose, and
asked for half a dozen. As tbe mnn
looked extremely innocent, h s Btory
was believed,and he was handed half
a dozen of the blank forms. These
were found on his person when ar-
aested. He evidently imagined he
could convert the receipts into bank
cheques—a feat The Sun man hns
very poor luck in accomplishing.
City Contributes $100 Towards Purchase of an
Bylaw Defining   Duties of
Water and Light Commissioner
dispute between the eity and the
Keltle Vulley line respecting the
sidetrack near Fifth street. On motion of Aid Clark, the city solicitor
was instructed to act in conjunction
with the finance committee in perfecting an agreement with the railway com nany.
It was Ihe opinion of the council
that another attempt should lie
made to induce the C. P. R. to safeguard traffic at the crossing the Kettle river, and thc council as a whole
decided to interview the officials of
the railway company.
The council then adjourned.
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held in the
couneil chambers Monday evening,
Mayor Fripp aud Aid. Clark, Miller,
McArdle, Rutherford and Woodland
being present.
Mr. T. P. O'Farrell, writing from
Rossland, stated that he would return to Grand Forks and complete
the city map at his earliest possible
Miss Edna Curran made explication for a position as city stenographer. As the city does not employ
a stenographer at present, the communication was ordered filed for future reference.
A communication from Rev.Henry
Steele, vicar of Holy Trinity church,
complained of tbe high school
scholars damaging the church property. Referred to the chief of police, and tbe clerk was instructed to
take the matter up with tbe school
On the recommendation of the
board of works, the council instructed the city solicitor to notify
the Kettle Valley line to make the
grade at Third and Main and Bridge
streets and Winnipeg avenue conform with the agreement with tbe
The chairman of the water and
light committee reported that his
committee had finished its work for
the present year.
The finance committee recommended the payment' of the past
month's accumulation of accounts
against tho city. The committee
also reported having investigated the
question of the purchase of an ambulance, and had arrived at the conclusion that the city had no special
need for such a vehicle, and aid not
think it would be advisable for the
city to contribute more than 8100
towards the purchase of one. On
motion of Aid. McArdle and Miller,
a resolution was.adopted contributing $100 towards the purchase of an
ambulance, the council signifying
its willingness to assume the responsibility of trusteeship over the
Aid. Woodland thought the duties
Did it ever strike you that Donald- 0f the water and light commissioner
son   keeps   the  best  groceries   thut should he more clearly  defined, and
Election Returns
The following is the result of the
polliiij; in Yale-Canhoo last Thursday, as far as the returns have yet
been received:
Cariboo     108
Lillooet      91
Ynle  196
Kamloops  499
Siinilkaineen .. 161
Okanagan  1110
Greenwood  203
Grand Forks... 293
Ross. Bu
Reports to the  Monetary
Times Show Flourishing
Conditions to Exist
New Markets Being   Acquired Yearly for B. C.
Orchard Products
Total  2721      1945 419
Majority     776      	
The vote in 1904 was:
Lib.   Con. Soc.
Cariboo  164     163 1
Grand Forks  199     268 163
Greenwood  232     140 180
Kamloops  422     382 35
Lillooet    98     142 4
Okanngnn  530     509 47
Similkameen  192   . 126 49
Yale  184     140 8
Total 2011    1850    487
Majority  161    	
The result in Kootenay was:
Goodeve, Curtis. Davidson
Cranbrook.... 538
Columbia  194
Fernie  291
Kaslo  225
Nelson  380
Revelstoke  396
Rossland  259
Slocan  170
Ymir  469
The members of the Bachelors'
Social club are rehearsing a comedy,
which they intend to present at the
local opera house about tho middle
of next month.
money can buy!
Totals 2920     1970       1260
Majority  850     	
Thursday's election in Yale Cariboo
and Kootenay places the government's
majority at 48, with one election, that
in Yukon, yet to be held. Wben it
went to the country the government
had a majority of 66, so that the result of the elections is a reduction of
18 for the party in power. The
standing by provinces ie as follows:
Lib.      Co
llritish (.'olumbia    2 5
Ontario  37 49
Quebec  oi 11
NclVd Scoti»  12 G
Now B uobwick  11 2
trinco Edward Island    3 1
M«Dilt)b«    2 8
tlH-a'cbowuu     II 1
Alberta    4 3
Total 131 80"
Majority    48
Six of the provinces, it will be seen,
returned majorities for the government and three for thc opposition,
The political complexion of thn
liouso prior to dissolution wus us follows:
R. H. Trueman, the well-known   ,
Vancouver   photographer,  will   re
only during his present visit. He
will not return to the city again until next spring.
he gave notice that at the next meeting of the council he would intro-
nn  amendment to the bylaw
, defining the duties of  city officials.
I    Tbe chairman of the finance committee reported that a survey  hnd
been made of the  land—consisting
of about  two acres—on which thc
Donaldson , city water tank is located. The plan
Get your groceries from
and you will he sure of getting sresh j would be ready in a few-days.
  The board of works asked for
Ontario 311
(jj. bee 64
Nova Scotia  17
New Brunswick    8
Muni ubtt    7
SisKatcbewan    5
I Alberta    2
I Bri lib Coltitnoia    7
I' incii E uvuiil Isliiiiilj     1
Yukon    0
Toial 140
Majority  GG
The Monetary Times of October
31st hns this to say regarding conditions, of the fruit industry in British
Hritish Columbin is noted for four
principal things—minerals, lumber,
fruit and fish. Last week it wns
noted how outside capital was being
directed to the mining industry; this
week, the outside appreciation of apples grown in this province, evidences of which hnve come to hand,
indicates that the fame of the fruit
is travelling far and wide. Last year
tbe comptroller of the household of
the emperor of Japan had Bent to
him samples of different varieties
grown in British Columbia, and this
year there has been received as a result an order for a large quantity,
the varieties being specified.
An appreciation for samples of apples has come rom Shanghai, und
the merchant making it hopes
to be ttbte to make a regular feature
of British Columbia apples in China.
Another gratifying feature is that
the Victoria Fruit Growers' Exchange has had to refuse orders from
the east because of the demand on
Vancouver islund and in Vancouver.
Orders for a carload of apples and
one of pears were turned down.
That tbe fruit should be in such a
demand, and this year at firmer
prices, shows what is possible in the
industry. The statement has been
made that with so many going into
fruit raising the market would be
flooded, but although the crop acreage is rapidly increasing each yenr,
the supply is always less thnn the
demand. As instanced here, new
markets nre opening up, and wben
more fruit is available it is not un-
ticipnted tbat there will be any difficulty in disposing of it.
Hon. R. G. Tatlow, minister of
finance and agriculture, who is now
in the old country, is disseminating
some useful information in respect to
British Columbin, which will have
thc effect of offsetting some of the
libelous contributions by anonymous
correspondents in Knglish papers.
Hon. Mr. Tallow hns lived a long
tiatc in the province, and has facts
and figures at his lingers' ends, in
direct contrast to thosc,who presume
to he authorities after a residence
here of a few montns or even a brief
You will jret u square deal at Donaldson's.    That's worth   a   whole lot.
A banquet  was   tendered Duncan ' structions regarding needed repairs
Ross, the defeated Liberal   candidate to the city ball.   The foundation is ' Gome and seo fjr yourself,
for Yale-Cariboo, by his friends and   gettH     and the fire ha„ ires n,
admirers,.id the Pacific hotel, Green-1   .    ..       »,,    ,      ,        .   .     ...    ~-..~.. ..«„., -..„  	
wood,   last   Monday evening.    Mr. ; PlanklnS-   Tbe board was ln8tructed , attend to the business of Yale-Carl
Duncan Ross has been elected to
:ss of Yi
Ross  left  for  Ottawa on Tuesday to undertake the necessary repairs,    boo for the next five years
afternoon. . '     The mayor reported regarding the pay.—Greenwood Times.
Metal Quotations
Nk»   Vouk,   Nov. 18 —.Silver,
electrolytic copper, H3a(it,U 1-2.
London,  Nov.  18.—silver,    23 old;
lead. £13.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York,. Nov. 18.—Tbe following
are today'B opening quotations for   the
stockB mentioned:
Asked. Kid
Granby Consolidated. 110.00 105 00
B.C. Copper      787 7,6214
Dominion Copper     1.00)4 ,93%
Good   milch
and calf for sale.
cow, party Icrscy
Apply this oflice. GIJtp l-fomtuj Bun
Published at Grand Forks. British Columbia-
deportation of the colony from the gave the city officials a good  licking,
province   to   British   Honduras   is the following being the scores:
making satisfactory progress, and it     Spraggett's team—
is hoped at the interior department                               500   100   '.
 ■ that  the  plan can   be successfully Sp™ggett 29     26
O.A.Evass Editor and Publisher .   , .      „ rT.    , Wheeler 32       25
_______________         carried   out.   Two   Hindu envoys r  t                        03     15
A file or thli paper oan be seen at the offloe  who went to British Honduras with Ness'.V.'.'.'.'.'.V."'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'22      21
o( Messrs. K.  * J. Hcirtly _ Co., SO, 31 and 82,    T   P   H-irk-in   of  Ottnu-n      have    re- WnLh                               9(1        11
Kiontstreet,B.C., London. Encriatid, free of J' "' ■narKm, oi uttana,   nave   re-   waisn _U    -U
elmrire, and tlmt firm will he irlad to receive   norled thpmsplvpcc na   snlicfipd   with    Follick 19        12
subscriptions and advertl.eroetitj on our be-  ponea inemseives as  sausnea  wiia   *•«"">» i*   _
ho"'                                                 the outlook, and will  so report to '
sussobiptios .time:                ,Dejr cornrades in this province. The Cii   officiaIs_
line vcSr(in'adv'arVceT.:'.:::::'.'.'.'..:'.;'.:;:*^tS chief   difficulty  seems   to be as to pripp 31     39
AdvertUIti-ratal.fiirnlsheil..jaoo transportation   ccc ii ,..:ii    i-
Lctrnl notices, ill and ■> cents Iter linn-
P. burns m CO.
Advertising rates furnished on sine
Letrnl notices, in tind .1 cents tier line.
Address aii coliiiiiiinlccitlotis to
Tub Evsnino Sun,
Phonb B74 Qhanp Points, B.C.
transportation, as it will be neces
snry to collect all the Hindus at various points in British Columbia and
  transport  them across the continent
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908   to an Atlantic port.    Speed is neces-
     snryt 0°t.h for the reason that it  is
imperative to get the Hindus out of
Canada as soon ns possible, nnd also
its hysterical rejoicing over
the victory of the Conservative
candidate in Yale-Cariboo, it wa8
scaroely necessary for our contemporary to make disparaging allusions regarding the services rendered
his   constituents   by   Duncan Ross
Dinsmore    27
Savage  '>Q
McCallum ".'oo
Reid  ]"q"
Bird  .",.".',14
Dealers in all Kinds tf
  rv_.,_c. meet ntSO
because plantation owners in British
Honduras make their labor contracts on Decern her loth of each
year, and want to known were they
Spraggett's team lend by 21 points.
Sabba  ,services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
m   habbatl, school and Bible class  , t
Fish and Game in Season
„     Duncan nossial'eat'    lhe Cn»»dian  government 9.^5 „       v   -— = >;"«s
during the four years he has been ." n™ 'n communication with   the Christian E_d_L vP  „ S"ft "f
a member of the federal parliament   ""Penal authorities, and it is hoped to.   Midweek 2tf ^ f
U* B-  ' — ■     ' hi" a" r^""1 M t0   transports-  n-'ay  nt 8 p.„.3 AliTn-e  LdTl"
t>on ean bo soon reached.    It is pro-1lnvitetl; *&** free. "»<n»"y
Mr. Ross made an envinble record
a  record   which of which any man
might feel   proud,   and   not   local
issues been perverted by his opponents in the late campaign he would
Undoubtedly   have been   re-elected
by  u  handsome    majority.    Mr.
Burrell hus yet to earn his laurels. It
is fortunate for the people of Yale-
Cariboo   that   Mr. Burrell did win
four years ago.    Had he been elect*
ed then, and had be voted with hia
party in the house—and he  is  too
staunch a Conservative to have done
otherwise—the western terminus of
the  Vancouver, Victoria ifc  Eastern
would still have been at Midway, instead   of  at   Hedley, as at present,
with the assurance that in   another
posed that one of the British warships in the West Indies might be
used for this purpose.
T is to be hoped   that  the   "stroii,
opposition"   from    Yale-Cariboo
and Kootenay will not antagonize the
government's  immigration  policy in
the  Northwest, because  such  action
would be Detrimental   to every  fruit
grower  in   the  Kettlo  valley.    The
more settlers, tlte larger the consumption of fruit.    The rush  for   homesteads in Alberta   and Saskatchewan
during the fall of the present year litis
been   the   greatest  ever witnessed in
any   country   in   the   world.    There
Methodist Ohuboh, Rev. Sohlioh
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30.
Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Chuiich, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. iu. uml 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
Good paying business for sale. In-
biiire at Sun olliee.
For Sale—160 acres of good
timothy land.    Apply this oflice.
Wood's BritisMnodyne Liniment
Is the best remedy  for  Rheumatism, Sprains, Swellings,
Bruises, Neuralgia  and Toothache.    IVic-p An ««-*■"  -
,   - -— ci"t
    v..,....ccj.    Price 50 cents  pet-
Manufactured and sold only bo
PHONE   13 _ »VW   VJV/.
Prescription Specialists
Xm__Goods now open.   No old or left over Stock
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office.
 ■ "sccuoiM it«  in   anotner —'1 ™"""J   "i   cue   world,    Titer
year trains will be running through  were "e'l|,|y 16,000 entries in Septem
to the const.    Had Mr. Rnrrpll _,„  ber and half thnt:o„,„i    .-.. n . ,
to the const.   Had Mr. Burrell been
elec.ed then, Keremeos would still
bc a cow  pasture, instead of prosperous town with a Trumpet to blow
against its benefactor; Hedley would
still be a small  hamlet,  without its
Tory newspaper, and with no hopes
of transportation facilities witb the
outside world; and Princeton, whose
paper shouted   so   lustily for   the
Conservative candidate, would probably remained hopelessly bottled up
in the Similkameen for an indefinite
number of years to come, because it
was only by Duncan Ross' vigorous
fight in the house for the Vancouver,
Victoria   it  Eastern  that that road
wai  enabled   to continue construction west of Midway.   And  tbe activity of the Vancouver,   Victoria ifc
Eastern   in   the   SiinUkaineen   has
awakened theCanadian Pacific railway fn mi its.  lethargic indifference
regarding   a   Coast-Kootenay  line,
ami we predict that next summer, as
a direct result of Duncan Ross' work
i'i th-: bouse, the Similkameen and
Oka iiignii  districts will  enjoy the
most pro pei011s times in   their  his-
her and half that number iu October.
In the corresponding months lust year
there were less than 5000 entries.
/l    tion"   ft
the   "strong   opposr-
from  Yule Cariboo   and
Kootenay cannot prevent Sir  Wilfrid
Laurier front finishing Itis work,which
includes the National   Transcontinental railway, the Hudson Bay  railway,
Geogian   Buy  canal,  All lied  route,
lighting the channels and  improving
harbor facilities.    The people of Canada   havo   said   in   tin unmistakable
form to the Liberal  government, "Go
on and finish your good work."
INING is a legitimate business
nnd not a gamble. Under
proper conditions it brings larger and
surer profits thnn tinv other hnsint
under similar conditions, The large
amount of money lost to investors
alleged mining ent
Grand Forks.
Address :
B. C. Land Surveyor
ln"v'"       Grand Forks, B. C.
I'll ccCIO Mi
_   I XJ_
(New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering  the
history, geography,   geology,  chemis-
erprjses justifies the  try,   mineralogy,  metallurgy,  termin-
effort of the   American  Mining con-  ology, uses, statistics and  finances of
gress to stump out the wildcat promo- copper,    It is a! pracicnl  book, useful
ter, and to assist the   legitimate  pro-  to aU and-necessary to most men  en-
.   , . , ,„ 1 gaged  111  any  branch ot the copper
hioter tn his most beneficent effort to I i"„fjustrv
     . bring   buyer   and   seller together in j    J ts facts will pass muster with  the
tory.    Hid   Martin   Burrell    been honest trade to their mutual benefit,  trained scientists, and its language   is
eleot'el four yeara ago, the   govern-J Through   such transactions alone can  easily ^ understood   by   tho  everyday
 ...vsciu,  iuni
SEALED TENDER*addressed to the Under-
Nitfijed, awl ewlont'd "Tender for Public
Bltiiding! Vernon, B.C.." wilt be received at
this office until -.80 P.M.on Friday,November
mh.MOOS, for the construction of a Public
Building Bt Vernon.
Plain and specifications can be seen, ami
forms of tender obtained, at tbis Depart-
ment, and an application to the PoBtiuiiHtcr
ut Vernon.
Persons tendering are(notl_1ed that tensor.*
will n«t be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, and signed with their
actual sltrnalures.
Each tender must be accompanied by an
accepted oheque on a chartered bank, made
SayabJe to the order of the Honourable the
lin inter of Public Works, equal to tenner
cent [10 p. c.J of the amount of the tender,
I which will be forfeited if tbe person tender-
ii'c decline to enter Into a contract when
palled upon to do so, or If he fall to complete
the work contracted for. If tbe tender be
not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or auy tender.
By Order,
. Secretary.
Departmant of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 20, 1908.
-N'ewKimpem will not be paid for this advertisement if they insert It without authority
from the Dflpurtmunt.
High grade Bicycles. A complete line of accessories, Conic
in and see the 1908 models.
Wheel repairing.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
The Leaders in Corsets fim,fflT•
stilts.md c.c-l"...
llll |cric
ment would not now be advert.sing the highest development of  the     i
or tenders lor the Vernon postoffice;! ing industry be ,,   •      »■  1
the  appropriations  lor the Grand  important to the in,     Ii *
Ko'ks an 1 Greenwood public build-: the world ' ^'^ °f
logs would not have n made, nor =___.
would    other    nmtiis,    i,„, ,„,,„. 'puP r,t     ,
«■ to"I ify.for.i'nprovell    ["£^l™ ."»,"' ^
in   the   distri.il     1,   I,  !.,„ ,„„,     ,, - ,    ?       "■, '" C"h" ''«•>  «'eek.
Wha. w,g,,ine   by   , i„       , |BvW«1 '* *• , ph'of.Cib. do  not
— .ri„;tl;i;;:(;lr:r'h8t- ^ongopposi-
tbe past four yeurs,    Whit *•• will ==-——_.
use by electing an opposition tiieni-
l bur will pnbilily nut he quite as
I flppiirent at ihe citcl of lii-t term,
1 bjciii^e there there will be no menus
- of iiHCurtaining what the government
might huve done for Vitlt-I Jtiilion
' bid ill" p ■ ipl • stun I hy  the   man
who stood hy Iheiu.
n BALKING the fact thnl the
1\ "strong opposition" fmui Ynle-
Carriboo and Knotenay might ser-
misly   obstruct   iti plsns, the Do-
™n   It gives the plain facts in   Jj__
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4636 copper
mmes and companies i„ tt|| parts of
the world, descriptions running from
** hues to sixteen page, according
to importance of the property
The Copper Handbook Ih conceded
to be lhe
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
Builder S Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Hand-Embroidered Waist Drawn Wort
Coshions and Braid Centers
Next to Mclnnes*! Bridge Steet.
Excelsior, Greenwood nml Exchange Mineral
Clttlms. situate In tile Orand Forks Mining Division uf Vnle District.
U'ltcre l.occttcccl: Puss Creek Cnmp nntl East
oi Original Mineral Glafra,
TAKE NOTIt'K Hint I. U. A. Henderson, ns
agelii for Hev'itlour Uireh. Free .Miners' Cor-
tlflcato No, 111117:111, mul 1". IV. Modregor, Krco
Millers' Ccrtilicste No. II107IS, litli-ncl, sixty
clays frnm dale hereof, tn m>)i!y to lite Mining
Rccerclcr for it Oettlfleute ctf Itnproveinent.s, fnr
tlte purpose of obtaining crown grants of thu
above olalms.
And further take notice that action, under
section 87, must he commenced hefore the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements;
Dated at Orand Forks, B.C., this Sth|day of
October, A. D. IMS
A Elfle Match | , T.he ,nl'»»g man needs the book for
the facts it gives him  about   mines
mining nud the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
■emait.ino I ST of,swint|li'>g companies are
<-inuining exposed in plain English.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18 '
I'nrties Intending to build \vl,l do well to consul! me
Downey's Cigar Store
A Cohpi.bte Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Ooniignmcnt of
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
A challenge having been issued ln
Ohirf Savage to Captain Spraggett foi
SK   '"   th"  'ity   officials (althaugh
";e",W "f ""'  nil .elation) to
■"hoot   against   sin  ,,f the r
'"•••inbeis, Captain Spraggett accepted!    Price is $6 in Buckram  with  clt
:-:"::rii:;::;r,i:l^b.*^ *.-?.ss rr
weather  wns  f,ti,
fog were the vet
still  some 11 1
Mr, Fi-ip,
1   «'Jl>
'II   be   sent, fully prepaid, on Tp-
h«t the light  ami ! Pr0V"u  '° ""-v  a'l(lres, "'''Jered,  and
worst for sh   1       ! "My ^turned within a week of ro-
      '" 9houtiW K'if "ot fou"d'fully satisfactory.
scenes   were   made,1 J
line  fc
•minion is making all possible  hnsle to the ,1!,,,.,-,'   "   Ti  '"""'    U
•"""— '''■«•■■'■■'■ i^:~z:t:z;:i
Captain Spraggett's   team
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The movement for the cut out.
Owing Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
II One  riore Week Only
\ Now is the time to have your Photo taken.   The only
opportunity you will have to secure tbem  tbis fall ia
rhe well known v.n^,..-" nl—
The well known Vancouver Photographer, who is now
He will remain FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th. Any
one desiring first-class work in his line should not fail
to call on him at his
Studio: Winnipeg Aye., thesWWe
Cloudy Weather No Objection OITY NEWS
The quarterly official board and
the Ladies' Aid of tho Methedist
church extend a hearty invitation to
spend a pleasant and social evening
with them to the members, ad
herents and friends of the congregation, on Friday evening next in the
church, commencing at 8 o'clock. A
propram of spreches, music, etc., will
be given, and refreshments served.
Everybody will be welcomed.   Come.
Donaldson wants your business and
will guarantee satisfaction. Phons A
30, Columbia, B. C.
Carbolic Healing Ointment
Unexcelled for the healing of
Cuts, Burns and Cracked Hands.
25c per box.
For the  removal of  Gease,
Ink and Stains of all kinds.
Rutherford & Mann
A. R. MANN, Manager
P. O. BOX 315
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The announcement has been made
by the C. P. R. of the promotion of
Dalton C. Coleman, superintendent of
the Kootenay division, tu the post of
assistant superintendent of the car
service department, with headquarters
at Winnipeg. Allan Purvis, formerly
secretary to R. Marpole, will be sent
to Nelson to fill Mr. Coleman's place.
J. McGregor, now in the car service
department at Winnipeg, lias been
transferred to the superintendency of
the Souris division in place of Mr.
Tuesday was the first payday at the
Dominiou Copper company's office in
Phoenix since August 15. The
cheques were issued to those who wore
employed at the mines and office during October, about ten in number.
Manager Rossa states that the arrangements for money to pay all local
indebtedness are about completed, and
expects the cheques for August and
September wages, which are yet unpaid, will be issued in the course of
ten doys.
You will need some rubbers or
overshoes soon. Donaldson's' is the
place to get them.
Hotel Colin
Opposite Great Nor.km Station
P. D McIionalo, Proprietor
Recently completed uml
newly furnished through*
nut. Conveniently looated
fur   railway    oi*mi.    i-iiM-
'■Iiik-s' uo-oni dntinim for
transients. Bu nn! u n il
roomi by rhe \v pit at prevailing rate* Fine lit>_ of
■ iups, l.lquoniatid Claran
ahvuys in stook nt tlio liar
__=     Grand Forks. B, C
A Genuine
J. Hammar offers
his House "and Lots
on FourthjStreet for
sale for
Terms to Suit.
Frederic Keffer, consulting engineer of the British Columbia Copper
company, with a staff of assistants, has
just completed an examination of the
Brooklyn and Rawhide mines of the
Dominion Copper company. The examination has been most exhaustive,
requiring about ten days, and samples have been taken for assaying
from nearly every lead in the properties. The investigation was made
for the purpose of enabling Mr. Keffer to compile a detailed report on the
Dominion Copper company's mines.
When you need a good pair of shoes
or a shirt don't forget Donaldson's.
At present the Granby smelter is
smelting 3000 tons of ore a pay and
turning out about 1200 tons of copper
every thirty days.
Special  Old   Fort $1 per gallon.
Lion Bottling Works,
C°ot> o*V
Regular Price &3.00
An Offer Which Meets the Special Wants of All Classes of Readers
I'he Western Canadian leading public is made up chielly of theso classes
■■sons who havo lived in the West for a lengthy period and are out anil out
1-iterners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United
■tes and from Eastern Canada.
I'erhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these
lses, but by this combination offer every special need is met
lhe Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week
Tteek of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special
Irtments for American and British settlers. The Family Herald and
ikly Star supplies the former resident of Eastern Canada with news of the
jcrn portion of the Dominion in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides
local and Boundary news, which you cannot do without.
Ind forks sun:
lid enclosed 82.00, for which send me Weekly Free Press and  Prairie
ler, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreat; and the Grand
i Sun, for one year each.
The man who has not enough  public spirit to patronize home enterprise.-, j
and institutions is scarcely adapted to [
mordern   civilisation, and should  go
away back iu the hills.
Two things that are sad and pitiable: The hypocrite's smile and the
woman who thinks and acts as if she
ere pi'dtty an I fj-iul, iti 1 is mt.
Anyway Eve never had occasion to
worry Adam by asking bim two or
three times a day if she was the only
woman he ever loved.
Bad cooking, indigestion, irritability, quuirels, separation; this is
about the order of causes that leads to
many divorces.
It's a gay old world when you are
gay and a sad oltl world when you ate
sad. It ull depends upon the point of
The woman with small feet and the
man called ''daddy" for the lirst time
are the proudest people one can meet.
There is one advantage in Arctic
explori ng. In the face of the gravest
danger one can always keep cool.
When a girl jilts a young man and
he refuses to let it spoil his career it
is an awful jolt to her pride.
It is' a natural law that the chronic
knocker is at last kuouked out with
the recoil of his own blows.
Talk about self made men—the
married man is "made" by his wife,
and he can't help himself.
During courtship a man's word goes
about ten times as far us it does after
the fifth year of marriage.
You cannot convince a farmer that
city people get up early enough to do
an honest day's work.
Even when the unexpected happens
there is always some fellow around tu
say: 1 told you so.
A gentleman is known by his chaste
language und readiness to help his
The man with a boil ou his neck
doesn't borrow trouble. He has ull
he wants.
No man aver discovered that he had
made a serious mistake by saving
A fellow never knows what a hold
a habit has on him until he tries to
quit it.
Before going out a woman should
be sure her complexion is on straight.
A man is apt to be fooling himself
when he thinks. lie is fooling his wife.
It's always better to throw bouquets than it is to hand lemons.
Intoxicating strains of music seldom come fiotii u barrel organ.
It's generally cheaper to stay married than it is to pay alimony.
Only the foolish man measures life
by the number of birthdays.
Lucky is the man who isn't sold
when women go to market.
Tliere are two kinds of small boys
—had ones and sick ones.
Personal liberty is often mistaken
for individual license.
It's enough to make a woman sick
if she can't dress well.
Most advocates of peace at any
price are married men.
We all bave our opinions, but none
of us know much.
The man who tries to taper off generally topers on.    .-
Stealing time from slesp is a poor
way to beat it.
A man does not have to advertise
his piety.
Half-hearted effort is doubly discounted.
Nothing fails like   some  successes.
M. lint. Nl. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paove B77
Furniture  Made to Order.
Also liepairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY nviiiliiblfi Dominion   Lands within tm
Kiiil way holt of Hritish Columbia may he
hoiwstpaded by any person tvlu, is the   hVad
of a family, or any main over eighteen years
of ajre. to the extent of one-(|iiurter section
of 160 acres, moro or loss.
Entry must bo made personally at the loeal
land office for the district in which the In .M
in situate.
The homestendor is required to perform
the conditions aoime^ted therewith under
otie of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon uml
cultivation of the laud In eaeh year for three
(_) If the father (or mother, ii' the father is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vitduity of the land entered for,
the requirements ai to residence may be sat*
Isiled by such person residing with the father
or mother,
(H) IF the settlor hns bis permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him iu
the vicinity nf his homestead, the require*
moots as to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the said la.il.
Six mouths' notice in writing should be
ffivou the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds
at Ottuwa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal-Coal mining rights m'uv be leased
for a period of twenty-one years at ail annual rental of 91,00 per acre. Not more 11 an
2,56(iacres shull bo loused to uue individual or
company. A royulty at tho rate of live oents
per ton shall he collected on the merchantable coul mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the interior.
N.B,—Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
Try the New
Lunch Counter
Tuttle Building
First Street
LeRoy Stevens, Proprietor
Loudon Mutual Fire Insurance Co,
Montreal and Canada,
And other Mil,sin ni in! lunipunl.s.
Donaldson caries a fine lint) of hair
brushes, shaving brushes, combs,
razors, razor strops, pocket knives,
pipes, etc.   Prices to suit everybody.
Prints inure live Boundary news tlttin
any other paper published in tint
tlistriet. The price of Tun .Sux is
only 'SI.OO per year—one-half the enst
of its competltoi's, Tiie Son js never
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest. Tin; Sun is acknowledged to be one of the brightest
papers published in the Interior of
tint province. Those who subscribe
tint! feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling at theotfics
of publication.
Tiik EVbOTns Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globo and Canada Farmer,
81.00 per year in advance.
Tiik Evbninci Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, §100 per year in
Three bottles of cold   Nelson  Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
Tim Sun is  read by everybdy because it prints all the Boundary news.
Carpetg Cleaned end Laid.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered and Cleaned, and
other jobs In the house*
cleaning line. Rubber Tires
for Baby Carriage..
Second Hand Goods
S4.00 Per Yur.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy. Free.
UUIUn. « W. 38TH ST.. NIW YClBfc
EMIL LARSEN, proprietor
Hot and Cold Britlii. Nicely r'urnMied
Stove-Hented Room*. Entirely re
furnished nnd renovated throughout.
Ffrst.clusa board by dny, week <ir
moiiih. Specie!| rates to steady board*
ern. American and European plans.
Finest Hur in Clt* in Connection,
Receive both Ladles and Gentlemen as resident or day students! Iuu a complete Com*
morelul or Business Course; prepares stu*
dentsto train Teachers' Certificate! of all
grades; gives the fouryeers1 eourie fnr thp
B, A. deffreo, and the first year of the Sohool
of Science course, in affiliation with the Toronto University; has a special proupcctor*-
courso for mluers who work in B.C. imttrua*
Hon it also given in Art, Music, i'hHeni Culture and Elocution, Turin opens Sept. 11,
1908, For Calendars, etc., address
The Hun and tiie Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI.OO per year.
Bicyci.es and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1908 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap, Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, Winnipeg
Avenue. Words of Praise
For the soveral Ingredients of which Dr.
Pierce's medicines are composed, as given
by leaders in all tho several schools of
medicine, should havo far more weight
than any amount of non-professional testimonials. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription has tiie badge of honesty on eVory
bottle-wrapper, In a full list of all Its ingredients printed in plain English.
If you are an invalid woman and suffer
from frequent headache, backache, gnaw-
Ing distrift In stomach, periodical pains,
dlsagredltue, catarrhal, pelvic drain,
draggiiWdown distress In lower abdomen
or pelvis, perhaps dark spots or specks
dancing before the eyes, faint spells and
kindled symptoms caused by female weak*
ness, oLfthoJr derangement of the feminine
organs, j*t/can not do better than take
Dr. Plcrt/ejs Favorite Prescription.
The hesAltal, surgeon's knife and operating talic/may be avoided by the timely
uso of Vsravorite Prescription" In such
cases. Thereby tha obnoxious examinations ami umai lrp;c,t,inpt\is nf the famln
party. The only way to successfully tight the devil is ffre. The
only way to successfully fight the
McBride government—but enough
has been said.—Greenwood  Times.
physician can be avoided and a thorough
course ol successful treatment carried otn
'TJUfi. I'r""»7--' ill"' "P"!1)). "favorite
Prescription" Iscomposcd oltne very best
native medicinal roots known to medical
science for the cure of woman's peculiar
ailments, contains no alcohol and no
harmful or habit-forming drugs.
Do not expect too much from "Favorite
Prescription;" It will not perform miracles ; It will not dlsolve or cure tumors.
No medicine will. It will do as much to
establish vigorous health in most weaknesses and ailments peculiarly incident to
women as any medicine can. It must be
given a fair chance by perseverance in its
use for a reasonable length of time.
__j_.'i_n1"rc11" a__t___a_6t "n;-
tniiii :ts ic substitute fnr tlijs rem"Hy fl(
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspondence is guarded as sacredly secret and
womanly confidences are protected by
professional privacy. Address Dr. E. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ur, Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the best
laxative' tinil regulator of the bowels.
Thoy Invigorate stomach, liver and
bowols. One a laxative j two or thro* I
cathartic   E'isy to take as candy.
S. J. Miller, of Victoria, who last
week purchased the Winnipeg hotel
at a consideration said to have been
in the neighborhood of $8500, took
possession of his property last Saturday.
A C. P. R. dining car porter, who
returned from New York recently,
is authority for the statement that
Washington and British Columbia
apples are selling for Si a box in
that city.
Mr. Ross thanks the Liberals fof
their splendid work and loyal support. Everything that could be
legitimately done to win an election
was done by the Liberals throughout the district. The fault does not
lie with the workers of  the Liberal
Judge R. A. Brown, of Greenwood, was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor of
the Baptist church, hf\s been in
Vancouver this week attending the
Baptist convention.
Miss Ethel McLaren, of Carson, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. N. Galer,
in Spokane.
R. A. Henderson, the civil engineer, returned this week from a trip
to theSiniilkniameen country.
The Phoenix city council has
passed a resolution instructing the
police to rid the camp of all professional gamblers or characters without visible means of support.
Charles Olson and Miss Helma
Brusk were married at Phoenix last
I am prepared to deliver good,
clean fresh milk to any part of the
eity. Any person wanting it may
call on me or leave orders at N. L.
Mclnnes _ Co. 's store. E. M ayhew,
Phoenix Royal Eagle will give an
entertainment on November 24th in
aid ofthe Phoenix general hospital.
The force at the Snowshoe mine
is been increased, and more ma-
chjnes are now in operation.
Wanted—Girl to take care of two
children every day, except Sundays,
from 3 till 6 p.m. Apply this office;
Sir Henri Joly tie Lotbiniere, for
mer lieutenant-governor of British
Columbia, died at his home at Quebec last Saturday morning at the advanced age of 7'J years.
When the new furnace is installed
at the Trail smelter the capacity of
the works for copper-gold ore will
be 1600 tons daily.
The Grand Trunk Pacific has let
the contract for a four-million-bushel
elavatar at Fort William.
The following table gives the ore
for 1U05, 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	
Senator, Summit Camp1	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork/l	
Stilly, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Hoy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn,' Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylnrk Camp	
Last Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp..,
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylnrk	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republio,Boundary Falls	
Miscel laneous	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907 1908   Past Week
613,537 886,319       20,037
135,001 23,170          2,^00
208,321 2.'1S,507        11,566
18.274 ......
14,-1*1 61,350            950
o, 780
245 90
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637.020
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  841,902
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,238,292       315,353
Rheumatism Recipe
A well known authority on rheumatism gives the following valuable,
though simple and harmless, prescription, which any one can easily
prepare at home:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Shake well in a bottle and take a
ti'iispnonful dose after each meal and
at bedtime.
He states that the ingredients can
be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost, and being of vegetable extraction, are
harmless to take.
This pleasant mixture, if taken
regularly for a few days, is said to
overcome almost any case of rheumatism. The pain and swelling,
if any, diminishes with each dose
until permanent results arc obtained,
and without injuring the stomach.
While   there   are   many   so-called
rheumatism remedies, patent medicines, etc., some of which do give
relief, few really give permanent results, and the above will, no doubt,
be greatly appreciated by many sufferers here at this time.
Inquiry at the drug stores of this
neighborhood elicits the information
sliat these drugs are harmless and
can be bought separately, or the
druggists here will mix the prescription for our reoders if asked to.
There's No Other Way
To reneh the largo and ever-increasing
circle jf our rentiers than througliTiiE
Sun's advertising columns.
For Sale—Logging outfit, consisting of chains, saws, axes, sleighs,
wagons, harness, blacksmith and
cooking outfits. Inquire of Mrs.
George Taylor.
We have a large supply of all kinds
of visiting cards in stock, and the
most fashionable styles of typo to
print them with.  The Sun Job Olliee.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c. Lion
Bottling Works.
We are prepared to do all kinda of
Commercial  Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
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 Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery, '
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
—the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,163,363
Pacific Hotel
First-clnsH ln every respect.
Sample room, for com mer*
eial traveler*.
Hot and Cold Baths.
Bar in Connection.
Finest Brandsof Wines.
Liquors and Oi intra.
Authorized ^-bhakkh—. Paid   Total to    Latest      Per
Name or Company.               Capital,    Imnc.1. Pur. 1BU6.       Date.       Date.   Share
Ortiiiuy Coimollclutecl -Copper...»1J,000,OQO     135,0110 SMO «1,6E0,000 fll.Wc.tiSO Sept. 1907 $8.™
Cnt-lltoo MoKlntiay-ciold     1,2MU>   1.25U.IJC.10     fl           M6,837;Peb. 1904     .00
Prccviclettco-Sllver       21X1000       81000     $5 .16.000        38,221 Sent. 1908     .00
B.C. Conper-Conper     8,ooo,ouo    503.000     *5         201,200 Sept. 1807     .04
For Homes Orchards and
Residence Grounds.
Our Motto:
Not the cheapest in price
but  the best  in quality.
Burbank's New Stoneless
Capital City Nursery Company
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North of Granby Hotel,
First Street.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Rutherford Bros,, Props.
Tradc Marks
Copyrights 4c
Anyone sending a sketch and description may 1
■utckly ascertain our opinion free whether an 1
Invention |iProoablypaMrctciM& Cotnmunltta. 1
tlonastrletlrconndcntiitl. HANDBOOKonPatonta
sent free, oldest alienor for soourlnapatenta.
Patents taken titrouuh Munn * Co. recelvt
special notice, wlthouboQarge, intra
Scientific American..
A handsomely Illustrated veekly. Largest car-1
culattou of any sctentltlo journal. Terms fori
Canada, ia.75 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by I
 _ealers. ■
— fai F St. Wasttiiuiton, I
Geo. E. Massie will have a di!
play of ladies' tailor-made garmenl
at his store during thc first wec|
in Octoher.
We carry the most faahionahle stoJ
of wedding stationery in the Html
dary country. And we are the onl
office in this section that have tf
correct material for printing it. 'I'I
Sun job office.
Before closing your contract fl
reading matter for the coming yet]
read the tempting clubbing offer
make on the third page.
Show cards for widnowa and insl
are a fine form of silent salesmtf
Make them brief, terse and pointtl
Print them plainly, to be read al
We have some of the highest grcl
paper and stationery for up-to-dtJ
commercial printing every brought t
the Bounaary.    bun Job Office.
Agents    Wanted—16x20   craj
portraits   40 cents, frames  10 ce,l
and up, sheet pictures one cent ea J
You can make 400% profit or $36 J
week.    Catalogue and  samples   fi|
Frank   W.  Williams Co.,  1208 ]
Taylor St., Chicago, III.


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