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Sun.
Seventh Year--No. 26.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. April 24. 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
'
PLANTING^ TREES
A Large Number of Fruit
Trees Being Set Out
This Spring
Ranchers ofthe Valley Are
Busy Putting in Their
Crops
Mr. W. J. Brown is very busy at
present putting in his crops on his
big ranch, which adjoins the city
limits on the east. He has just completed sowing eighty acres into
grain, and is now engaged in planting a sixty-acre potato patch. After
he finishes this, he intends to plant
three acres into onions—a sufficient
quantity to perfume the breath of
the people of the entire Boundary
country. Mr. Brown states that he
h is secured the contract to supply
the Calgary fair with potatoes this
fall. Besides the grain and vegetable
crops, Mr. Brown also has a contract
to plant two ten-acre orchards for
eastean purchasers of land on his
ranch.
Messrs. Tweddle and Hill, who recently purchased 100 acres of the
( Newby ranch from McCallum & McArdle, are now ploughing their land.
They intend to plant the major portion of the tract with young trees ns
soon as possible. The nursery will
be forced ahead with all possible despatch. The most modern methods
are to be employed, and the work
will be done by experienced men.
Geo. E. Massie is having 800 apple trees planted this week on the
ten-acre tract east of the city which
he purchased from W. J. Brown last
summer.
Peter A. Z. Pare has finished
planting his peanut crop. Incidentally, he has also put in two
hundred apple trees.
BOUNDARY BREVITIES
It it reported that J. C. Henderson, of Eholt, has bonded his Union
claim in Fianklin eamp for $50,000.
The average price for copper for the
month of March was a trifle over 12
cents a pound, one of the lowest records in years.
Tsiyo more cars of machinery are yet
to he received at the British Columbia
Cupper company's Mother Lode mine,
to make the parts of the new air compressor complete,
Frank Hanson, a wealthy lumber
dealer and manufacturer of Aberdeen,
Wash., was in Orient last week look-
in*! 'or a mill site aud sizing up the
available timber.
Thos. 11. Drummond, a year ago
manager of the Dominion Coppor eompany in the Boundary, is taking
charge as manager of tbe Cactus
mine, of the Newhouse Mines and
Smelter Corporation, in Utah.
\V. P. Tierney, the Nelson contractor, and his son, J. B. Tierney,
who has recently been carrying out a
large contract with the O. P. It. at
llusiner, arrived in Greenwood last
week. They intended to start work
on the grade of the Mother Ljde spur
last Monday, but were prevented from
doing so on account of five carloads
of equipment being stalled in Nelson
all week by the washouts on the C.P.
It. The work in Greenwood will be
in charge of J. B. Tierney.
Samuel W. Fraser, who was lately
employed as a miner in Phoenix camp,
committed suicide in Manito Park,
Spokane, last week by cutting his
throat with a razor. No motive for
the act has been found by the police
or his brother.
Frederick Keffer, of Creenwood,
engineer for the British Columbia
Copper company, a short time since
gave an address before the students of
tho Washington State College at Pullman, where Master ltobert Keffer is
at school.
All claims against the Belcher
Mountain mine have been settled and
preparations are being made for a resumption of development work, according to Archibald Wright, who was in
Republic last week as the representative of the Winnipeg stockholders in
the company.
The Greenwood Itiilo association
was reorganized last week with a
membership of 35, and with the following officers: Captain, W. G. McMynn; secretary treasurer, IC. C. B.
Frith; committee, Bert Logan, A. D.
Hallett and J. S. Birnie. The ranges
have been repaired and are now in
first-class shape.
T. G. Eves, of Moscow, Idaho, is
here, and in company with J. M. Boss
is examining the Effie It. and other
mining properties in the Orient dis
trict. says the Journal. Mr. Eves is
the locator of the Tom Thumb mine
at Republic, and while he has now no
interest in that property, he says the
ore is there and it will some day mak e
a rich gold producer. Of late he has
been giving his principal attention to
mining in Idaho, Mr. Eves is here in
the interest of Moscow capitalists
whose attention is being directed this
way by flattering reports from the
district.
In the case of the Great Northern
Railway vs. The Spokano it British
Columbia Railway, in regard to right
of way over lands on the Colville reservation, the superior court has de.
cided in favor of the Great Northern
railway, appellants reversing the decision of the lower court. While
holding that the Great Northern railway antl the Washington Improvement
and Development company had not
forfeited the right tu a right of way
over the lauds by failure tu commence
active construct inn within twenty-live
days after the passrge uf the act of
congress granting them the right, the
court also held that the question of
whether the railroad hud forfeited its
right to the right nf way remains for
the federal government to decide and
not the state Courts, it is said the
case will bo appealed to the United
States supreme court. — Republic
News-Miner.
NEWS OF THE CITY
Miss Mureutt, the
Lecturer, Draws Large
Audiences
Nelson, the first train over that road
from the cast since Saturday arrived here late lust night. During
i the suspension of trallic on this road,
Nelson and eastern mail reached
■jilted the city via the Great Northern.
Communication East Over
0. P. R. Out Off by
Washouts
E. E. Gibson   who has immediate
, charge of the West Kootenay Power
I company's hydro-electrical service in
j the Boundary, has opened an office in
this city.
Inspector of Fruit Pests
The provincial inspector of fruit
pests has been strenuously enforcing
the horticultural regulations and the
cleansing and spraying of orchards
has been more general throughout
tbe province than ever before, so
that with a favorable season and a
strict obseivance of the Dominion
regulations concerning grading and
packing, British Columbia should
give, a good account of herself in the
fruit line this fall.
Miss Ada L. A. Mureutt, fellow
of the Royal Scottish Geographical
society, has been giving a series of
lectures in the city during the present week to crowded bouses. On
Monday night her subject was "Japan and the Japanese," and Wednesday evening she drew a very
vivid picture of the horrors of the
sweating system in London and the
vice prevailing in the congested East
end. Wednesday afternoon she
spoke on "Women of Other Lands"
to an audience composed exclusively
of women, and on Thursdoy evening she concluded her course in this
city with a lecture on "Russia and
Ils Island Prison Saghalieu," Miss
Mureutt being the only British
woman who has visited this Russian
prison settlement. Miss Mureutt
appeared in this city under the pa-
tronage of the local branch of the
\V. C. T. U, and the primary object
of her lectures was to picture the resultant evils of the licensed saloon,
as well as to awaken the public conscience to the existing evils of the
day. Miss Mureutt bas a worldwide reputation as lecturer, traveller
and writer, aud has come through
experiences quite unique in their
way. Encircling the world four
times, she has encountered many
perils and dangers which few white
women, or men for that matter,
have bad the temerity to face. Having departed from the "beaten
track," and explored new regions
during her ten years' travel and observation in nearly every country
under the sun, she has collected a
lund of information und experience
which tend to make her discourses
uf absorbing interest. Her appearance on the platform is peculiarly
pleasing. She has a clear, penetrating voice, and the large audiences
which she addresses nightly have no
difficulty in following her ktury.
Her great fluency and descriptive powers at once captivate
her hearers, holding them spellbound from the time she rises to
speak until she resumes her seal.
She has the saving grace of being
able lo see the humorous side of
life, which partly accounts fur ihe
size of her audiences and the fact
that one never tires of listening to
her. When she warms to her subject in her peroration one is compelled to admire her for her earnestness, sincerity and wisdom. She
ranks as one of the most able and
powerful women on the lecture platform. If she ever returns to-Grand
Forks, she may be assured of large
audiences.
Since the above was written, Miss
Mureutt has decided to give a
"Local Option Rally" in the Baptist
church tonight at 8 o'clock.
Work on the foundation of the
new Great Northern roundhouse at
Weston, which was destroyed by fire
last winter, was started this week.
It is understood that tho new building is to be of the same dimensions
as the old one.
The copious rains during thc present week has had a tendency to raise
the water considerably in all the
streams in this vicinity.
P. Burns it Co.'s slaughter house,
situated ahout two miles south of
Greenwood, was destroyed by fire
last Tuesday evening. The building
was valued at *}o000; insured for
82000. The origin of the fire is unknown.
The Pythian Sisters will entertain
their friends at a social in I.O.O.F.
hall this evening. A program, cards
and dancing will be provided as
amusement, and light refreshments
are to be served.
Geo. Taylor was out on the streets
one day this week for the first time
in many months. He is still in precarious health, however.
McAllister ct McDonald, the local
contractors, have secured a two-mile
grading contract on the extension
of the E. A N. road, on Vancouver
island, and they have shipped their
teams and outfits to the coast.
Owing to a number of washouts on
the   C.P.R.  between this city an I
A few of the members of the city
council met in the city ball Tuesday evening, but an adjournment
was made till next Monday night
without transacting any business.
President Hill Predicts
"Performanee is better than promises," said President Hill in a recent
interview in Vancouver, in discussing
the Great Northern project for building a line from Winnipeg to Vancouver through Canadian territory.
"A beginning has been made. At intermediate points we have many miles
of completed road that would furnish
links in the proposed route. We have
first-class terminals at Winnipeg, and
have also reached Brandon, in the
wheat growing belt. But the construction of such a road will take
time. That's why I don't like to make
promises. We did not promise to ex-
lend the V., V. ,fc E. through ll,-
S-iinilkanicen to Princeton this year,
and yet we will roach that point before Christmas. Difficulty is being
experienced in securing the proper
gradients over the summit of the Hope
mountains to hook up the eastern
section with the lino now building
cast from Cloverdale.
"Perhaps  you   will   not believe it,
. but our engineers hud to hang on   by
melius of iopes in   making   their  sur-
i veys down the valley of the Ceipiihul-
la—it is a veritable box canyon.  Rest
assured of one thing.  All theso engi~
I neoring difficulties will he overcome,
' and before very long.   1 again   prefer
! performances   to  promises—wc   will
have a'direct line from Vancouver to
the   Similkameen,     Boundary     and
Kootenays."
10 RESUME WORK
Preparations Being Made to
Start Operations on the
Golden Eagle
Satisfactory Progress Made
on Improvements at the
Little Bertha
Two workmen were sent up to the
Golden Eagle mine, located about
ten miles north of this city on the
North Fork, this week for tho purpose of cleaning up around the property, with a view of an early resumption of operations. A number
of carloads of ore wero shipped to
the Granby smelter from this mine
last fall.
Dr. W, II. Appleton and associates, of Spokane, wbo recently acquired a controlling interest in thc
Little Bertha mine, situate a short
distance north of tbis city, arrived
here last Saturday, and made an inspection trip to the property. Besides Dr. Appleton, those composing
the party consisted of P. J. Krafts,
E. W. Kohler, Louis Page and J. M.
Rowland. The installation of a
hoist at this property has been completed, and arrangements are now
being made for the immediate erection of a ten-stamp mill.
COUNTY COURT
His honor JudgeBrown, of Greenwood, presided at an adjourned session of tbe county court in this city
last Thursday. The following cases
were disposed of:
In the case of Robert Mcintosh
vs. The Corporation of the City of
Grand lorks and Peter T. McCallum, argument by counsel was
heard.    Decision reserved.
The following persons were made
citizens of Canada: Ferdinand
Bruno, Lugi Lucenti, Gvutuf Bjork-
land, Antonio Lucenti and Robert
Sehulli.
T. J. Kair & Co. vs. M. H.Roy,
judgment summons; ordor made for
pnynent.
X. I). Mcintosh vs. McDougall,
judgment summons; order mude for
1 payment.
Jacobs vs. Kennedy, judgment
summons; order made for payment.
Morrell vs. Clero, for -S'lOO for
damages to gnrdeh; case beard with
exception ol one witness; adjourned.
Molnness & Co. vs, A. McDonald
A Co., $732.17 for potatoes; trial set
for 29th of April.
II. Watlin vs. McKinley Mines,
for labor performed; adjourned till
30th of April.
Work on Pacific End
Saturday, April 1 Ith, will go down
in history as thc date when a start
on ihe construction of the main line
of the Grand Trunk Pacific east from
Prince Rupert was made. About
fifty men in thc employ of Messrs.
Foley, Welch and Stewart, the contractors, have been set to work clearing the riglit of way. Grading is in
progress, and tho laborers who are
arriving liy every boat are finding no
difficulty tn obtaining steady employment. We're
Surrounded
by Good Tilings
In the way of Fresh and Appetizing Groceries of the kind that
every family needs daily. We
solicit a trial order if you are not
already dealing here, because we
feel sure that we can please you
in qualities, etlieient and prompt
service, and prices. We recommend particularly our new lines
of Teas and Coffees, which are
much praised by the hest judges
of such articles,
We also carry a complete line of Gent's Fur-
ishings and Boots and
Shoes.
John Donaldson
Phone 30 Columbia Avenue
Ulji? Stunting mm
Published at Grand Forks, BrltUh Columbia-
G. A. Evans  Editor anil Publisher
A file of this pupor can lie seen at the office
of Messrs. E. & J. Uiii'ily & Co., llll, III and 82,
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Address all communications to
The Evkning Sun,
Phonb B74        Grand Fohks, H.C.
FRIDAY, APRIL 2,4 1908
The intention of the federal government to see that Dominion elections in British Columbia and Manitoba are fairly conducted, has raised
a storm of protest from the Tory
press, and politicians of that persuasion. The preparation of the
voters' lists, and the placing of new
names thereon, his been under the
sole control of provincial ollieials—who are frequently appointed
more on account of their aptitude in
looking after stray votes than for the
fitness-of the olliee they (ill—long
enough, and it is therefore reasonably certain that the amendment to
the Elections Act will be adopted by
Ottawa government. The protests
of the wicked availeth not.
Mining Stock Quotations
New Yoiik, April 21—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
Granby   1)1.00      83.00
Dominion Copper     l.STi    1.75
B.C. Copper    4.87-J    4.25
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, April 22.—Silver, 55JJ
electrolytic copper, 1 -':' (312f.
London, April 22.—Lead, £13 12s,
(id; silver, 25j.
Robert Petrie Ibis week received
the following letter from ll, D.
Meyer, cashier ofj the Carbon .Slate
bank, of Ilaniiu, Wyo.l "A committee has been appointed here to uc-
eept donations for the relief fund
which is being raised to lake care of
the needs of the thirty-five
widows and 101 fatherless children left so by the death of husbands and fathers iu the explosion
at the No. 1 coal mine on March
28th of this pear. In case of any of
your customers and friends should
feel inclined to help out, will you
kindly take charge of the contributions, later on sending the names
and addresses of the contributor
and amounts contributed to this
bank. When we receive the donations Mr. Christenson, secretary of
the relief committee, will acknowledge formal receipt."
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu curds just received at
Till'. Bus job otlice.
PERSONAL
Geo. Rumberger, of Phoenix, was a
visitor in the last Tuesday.
R. H. Trueman, the photographer,
will" return to his home in Vancouver
tomorrow.
E. Spraggett left Tuesday evening
for the Conservative convention in
Vernon.
W. B. Cochrane and E. Miller left
last Monday for the Conservative convention ill Vernon.
C. E. Blair, editor of the Republic
Nevs-Miner, was a visitor in Grand
Forks last Sunday.
Aid. Jas. McArdle returned Wednesday evening evening from a short
business trip to Spokane.
E. E. Gibson, of the West Koote
nay Power & Light company, returned
from Rossland Tuesday evening.
Postmaster Geo. Hull and family
returned on Saturday last from a
month's vaeatiou trip to the coast
cities.
Mrs. Chris Coughlan will leaves in
a day or t.uo for Lewiston, Idaho,
where she will visit Mrs, Sears for a
short time.
The family of E. Ilerrick, seven in
number, arrived in the city this week
from Lacoinbo, Alta. Mr. Merrick
has rented thirty acres of tho Covert
estate, where his family will reside.
NEWS OF THE OITY
Up to the time of going to press
no authentic news from the Conservative convention iu Vernon had
been received in this city, although
The Sun wired for information this
morning. There was a report current
this morning, however, that Martin
Burrell, of this city, had been the
unanimous choice of the convention.
science, discovered a marvellous se
cret hy which he was able to work
certain changes in living organism
that transform them into metal. For
two years before his death he conducted a series of experiments which
reached the climax in the Metallization of a rose. Reinurd D. Fuchs,
his brother, took up the work where
he left off, and brought the secret
process to practical perfection. Mr.
Fuchs is planning to metallize a human body, whicli he proposes to put
on exhibition in a down town window. It will be that of a pauper.
By thc secret process of metallizing
it will be changed into a statue,
which to all appearances will he of
solid gold. The cost of this strange
conversion of a human corpse into
metal, according to the inventor's
estimate, will be 8500."
The delegates from (Irand Forks
to thc Conservative convention at
Vernon, who left by the C. P. R.
Monday afternoon, hud lo return
and go via the Great Northern owing
to washouts on the former road.
Those desiring to purchase fruit
lands or city properly, should lirst
consult McCallum it McArdle's new
advertisement in this issue of The
Sun. 	
The delegates from up the line to
the Conservative convention in Vernon are: E. Bailey, Eholt; J. R.
Jackson, Midway; Dr. W. E. Span-
kie, E. G. Warren, W. B. Fleming,
Jas. D. McCreath and R. K. Steven,
Greenwood.
Saturday morning the Elkhorn
brewery at Greenwood was burned,
entailing a loss of about 'i'25,000.
The brewery is outside the city
limits and some distance away from
a hydrant, and the hose on the
wagon was insufficient to reach the
fire. When a sufficient quantity of
hose arrived it was impossible to
save the buildings, although a part
of the contents was saved by those
who could get there in time to help.
The total value of the buildings and
plant was about $30,000; and was
insured for SoOOU, another **5000 insurance having lapsed a short time
ago.—(Ireenwood Ledge.
loseph Manly, who has been suffering from rlii'Uiiiaiisin nearly all
winter, is improving slightly.
Good Poker Hands
Greenwood Ledge: I. R. Jacobs
is a visitor in tho city this week. In
the boom days Mr. Jacobs was in
business here, but now makes his
In adquarters in Montreal. He made
a hig clean-up in Cobalt, the property in which he was interested paying half a million annually in dividends. He spent, the winter in
South America, and is satisfied that
the South is not the place for him.
Mr. Jacobs tells some interesting
stories of the boom days here, when
nearly every one, whether he knew
the game or not, played a little
"draw." One of his stories refers to
ihree men very prominent here at
that time, who were very careful
players, and whose names it would
be inadvisable to mention in the advanced stage of civilization of which
we are now so proud. The three
players were each given a "royal,"
and each afraid of scaring the others
out,, after considerable thinking,
raised the bet two bits. This went
on until the pot amounted to nearly
a hundred, when one of them ah-
nounci-n that he had thn best hand
and didn't care to rob friends. After
the show-down there were three of
the most disappointed and disgusted
men that ever struck the camp.
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer for 81 per year in advance. The illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globe is worth
twice the money we ask for the two
papers.
Good, Clean Seed Potatoes for'sa   e
M  Miller, Grand Forks, B. C.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for Sl.OOperyear.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1907 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Sun Job Office.
Agents Wanted—10x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each.
You can make 400% profit or $36 per
week. Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 W.
Taylor St., Chicago, III.
Eoman Catholic Church
The ladies of the Altar society of
Ihe Roman Catholic church will hold
their Bazaar in thc opera house on
the 11th, 12th and 13th of Maj*,
from 2:30 to 11:30 p.m. On the
11th a first-class supper will be
served in the hall under the opera
house, from 5 to 8 o'clock. All are
invited. Come to hear our nice
music; come to see. our nice things;
come to have a nice time with us,
and spend a little money for a good
cause. The society has also extended a contest for a very nice gold
watch to two young Catholic ladies.
Miss Ida La Blanc and Miss Ella
Lydon are the champions elect.
I AniCO   When you   want a good Corset,
LAUItO   Girdles
WONDER
„   Glor
U'aint.Ri)tnTllR....
Stamping done nt Tub
When  yon   winit -j.ni<l
Ribbon, nil 1-in.ls   nf
Fttiioy Art nnd Novelties, no to Tim -Wonder
MRS, IDA L, BARNUM £?r'd«
McCALLUM & McARDLE
Dealers in
Real Estate
Fruit Lands s*
City Property"
Special
Attention
Given to
t^And 1
Grand I
Forks
Corner First and Bridge Streets
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
oMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
DUMMMflaMI >iHMBSK'Bfl..iaHC39f£9riBQ9ttH
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT
D18T1UCT OF YALE
TAKK  NOTIPB that   Ausnst  Johnson,   of
Lynch Creek, on tlio North Fork of Kettle
Kiver, IS miles north of the City of Grand
Forks, Yule Dlltrlot, British Columbia, oecu-
patlbtl lloteliieeiier, Intends to applyfor rier-
mlsBlon to luiroliusQ the following described
Iniitl: Coniinencliiif nt a post planted tit
I.yneh Creek, about eighteen miles nortimf
the City of Grnnd PorKS, on the North Fork
of Kettle Kiver, in the Siinillioineeii Division
of Yule District: thence north elehty chains,
thenee west, ten ciiuins tn the enst bank of
th*. Nortli Pork of Kettle I.iver.thonco sooth
following* the enst Imnk of the North Kork of
th- Kettle Klver elitht.v ciiuins lo n point due
west of the point nf colniiieiircinclit, thence
east fifteen chains to the point of commencement, and containing   one hundred  acres,
nre ur loss.
Dated the eighth day of January, ems.
AUGUST JOHNSON;
Under the new Liquor Licence Aot
it is niccssiiry for those renewing or
iimkiii'' application fnr n license in
rural districts to advertise such intention in a newspaper published in
th" district. The notice should be
published for thirty days previous
to the 10th of June and December.
AJJhough this item is not inserted
. with entirely unselfish motives, it is
'well for hotelkeepers to know the
law and govern themselves accordingly. Send in your notice before
May 14.
Marvellous Secret
The Chicago Inter-Ocean says:
"Wolfram C. Fuchs, nn ex-railway
expert of Chicago, who died a year
ago with X-ray cancer, a  martyr to
  I
Prints more live Boundary news than I
any other paper published in the
district. The price of Tub Sun ia
only $1.00 per year—one-half the cost
of it* competitors. Tin-, Sun is never |
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest. Tiik Sun ia acknowledged to be Ofic of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
und feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling at theories
of publication.
Thk Evening Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
SI.OO per year in advance.
Tiik Evkning Sun. The Winnipeg
Weekly l'Yee Press and Prairie Farm
er and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly StJir, $7\00 per year in
advance.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
AN V itviiiln.,!-* Dominion l.iunls within tin*-
Railway Unit of British Columbia maybe
haraeittjaded by any pet-ton who 1« the bead
nf 11 family, or any mala ovit fitrliteou yean
nf au'f, to the extent of otte*qunrter no-'tlun
of 160 ad-OS- more or leai,
Kutry in 11-.t tn' made personally tit tin- local
Inml nfHeefor the district In whioh (bo hu-1
Is situate.
The hqioeiteatler In required to perform
thn conditions OOitne-jted therewith muter
ono of tlm fnllow in;: mans!
(11 At li'i.-i. six mouths' ii'siil-Mici' upon and
cult ivutinii uf the land in eaeh year (or three
years.
(8) if tho father (or mother, if thn father is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm lo tne vicinity of the land entered for,
tlm requirements at* to residence may lit- mit*
islie.l hy siicli part-on r*'*,iilints* with the in* her
or mother.
(St) Jf the Hcttler has his permanent resl-
detiun unnn fiirmltii? land owned hy him iu
the vicinity of his homestead,the require*
mentis n?j to residence may he satisfied hy
resilience uponlhe suid land.
Htx months' notice lu wriiinjr should be
given the Com m In .doner of Dominion Lunds
ut Ottawa of intention to apply fot patent.
Coal -Coai inlulufJT rights inn* be leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1.1X1 per acre. Not more than
i.fiW" m-re** shall he leased to one individual or
Company. A royulty at the rate of five cents
per ton sliall he collected on the merchant-
uliie coal mined,
W.W.CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
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B. C. Land Surveyor
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8 s"       Grand Forts, B. C. Proportions
Being Overdone --Large
Market
trees are principally secured from
Oregon, although Iowa and Washington   make   many shipments to
  British Columbia.    This, of course,
is exclusive of the supply furnished
Fmit   Growing   Industry Of by nurserymen on the coast and up-
Province Is Attaining Big country; The tT1 f°r fruit, T,
_ iu "-"■"*'"""& *"B    m recent years has been so vast that
they could not (ill all the orders, despite the  increasing acreage yearly
laid out in nurseries.
NO   Danger Of the Business      "Fruitgrowers are also obliged to
import strawberry and raspberry
I plants from the United States. Al-
; ready this season several hundred
thousand of both varieties have
i been inspected here. The Oregon
Fruitgrowing in British Columbia nurserymen are enterprising. Every
is fast attaining proportions which fa" they have ever*-' fruit growing
promise to make it a serious rival of 6ection in tbe PrOT'nce canvassed hy
the mining, lumber and fishing in- R*?ent9' nnd the orders arc cxecllt<!'1
dustries as a Bouice of wealth. The in the following spring. The dlntrib-
acreage to be placed under cultiva* lltion of the trees alld 1,1iui1s em
tion this year will surpass all former braces • nearly every district south
records, according to official inform- °*the main line of the C p-R' from
ation in the possession of Thos. Wil-ithe n°^^» t0 the coast, and the
son, of Vancouver, Dominion in. j Dominion railway belt itself. There
spector of fumigation. ! were lbi8 shipments this season to
All fruit trees imported into this jthe Arrovv Lake country, Nelson.the
province pass through the hands of Boundary and the Okanagan. Three
Mr. Wilson, who enforces a rigorous! or four years henoe- "ccordmg to the
inspection. The test consists of a localit-v' these trees wi" be beann-?
microscopical examination, and . in Iand ™PPV™g *••*«■• to tbe homc
the event-of the detection of disease'market and the Peol5le of tbe new
or the presence of pests the trees are! pn-vitices. I don't think fruit grow-
thoroughly fumigated with the vapor ioS can be overdone, for the growth
of hydrocyanic acid. iof population will maintain   a good
"It is safe to estimate   that   con-'demand for *nany ->'ears at PIuflt!lble
siderohly over a million  fruit   trees'. P,iceB. and even a substantial reduc-
will be planted in various sections of tion would still leave a handsome re-
British Columbia this spring," says|turn on the money invested'"
Mr.   Wilson.   "During March, our| '■
busiest month, I inspected a total of j For Sale—Two brass chandeliers;
over 600,000, and this month the three arms each; also one mission
figure will not show any big reduc-j clock, about six feet high. For full
tion. This only refers to imported particulars address P. O. Box 516,
trees.   The favorite varieties are ap- Grand Forks, B. C.
pies,   pears,    peaches,  plums   and, 	
prunes. Of these, apples and peaches' The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
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The workman who has his hands
washed and his coat on by tho time
the whistle blows is usually complaining because his wage envelope does
not grow lieavie.i.
In addition to the anxious mothers
and meddlesome neighbors, more than
00,000 people in this country are engaged in the   matchmaking   industry.
A lot of people worry about un-
uliiiiketi'd horses on a cold day ami
never give a thought to unfed and unclothed children.
The man who thinks that the world
owes him a living is going to meet with
trouble if he fails to start out on a
collecting tour.
Even the homely leap-year girl may
be able to catch the right kind of husband if sho baits her hook with the
long green.
Every man feels that a lot of
greatness is concealed about his person waiting for the world to discover it.
We never realize how good a memory we have until we attempt to banish painful episodes in our career.
Did you ever hear a man with an
obese bank account say that the love
of money was tho root of all evil.
The average woman would worry a
lot more than she does if she li'-tened
to everything she says.
The man who makes a good living
for his family is seldom uf much use
around the house.
There isn't much hope for a deaf
man who is unable to hear the noise
of a paper dollar.
It isn't necessary to mention your
awyer in your will; he's sure to get
his share.
No man is so properous that he can
afford to dispense With the rest of
mankind.
The little that a man wants here
below is a little more than his neighbor has.
If ugliness was only skin deep lots
of women would try to shed their
skins.
Good doctors know better when
they see an improvement in their patients.
Once in a great while you meet a
man  who  thinks   original  thoughts.
Sympathy may be all right iu its
way, but it doesn't weigh much.
The elevator man doesn't think it
wrong to run people down.
Keep both eyes on an enemy who is
anxious to do you a favor.
It's easier to try to look intelligent
than it is to make good.
Many women have discovered the
secret of keeping secrets.
Every dog has his day, and every
woman has her way.
The beauties of poverty can he seen
only at a distance.
What man has done woman thinks
she can undo.
How easy it is to tell others it's no
use to worry.
If you would be friendless be frank.
Will wins where wish fails.
CHURCH SLRVICLS
Knox Pbesbi.tbbia** Church—•
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.
ra.J Sabbath school and Bible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
in. All are cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, Rev. Sohlich-
ter.—Services next Sunday ut 11
a. m. and 7:')0 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at i!:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Chuiich, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Siimlav
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Suiiday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
"Sis in New York"
It is always a pleasure to be able
lo chronicle the success of a play
when such success is gained by legitimate methods and by absolute
worth of the play and coinpany.
Such a play is "Sis in New Vork."
That it has achieved one ol' the season's real bona fide successes, and
that it met wilh the hearty endorsement of both press and public
wherever presented is u known fact.
Its reoeption has been most cordial,
and the attraction is mentioned as
one of tho few really worthy dramatic offerings of the current season.
The story sparkles with a peculiar
wit and happy innovations. Tho
humorous situations are crowded
upon each other with a profusion of
resources, yet are never allowed to
break the steady development of the
story to its well defined conclusion.
The character types are of a refreshing originality, and there is picturesque interest to the entire production that is decidedly original and
unique, "Sis in New York" conies
to the Grand Forks opera house mi
Friday night, April 24th.
For Sale— Brand new No. 3 Gru*
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You might as well try to reach
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readers by advertising in any other
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We carry the most fashionable stock
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olliee in this section that have the
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THE
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HANDBOOK
)New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906. J
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It. is a pracical book, useful
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Its facts will pass muster with the
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It lists and describes 46'26 copper
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The mining man needs the I o ik for
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Hundreds of swindling companies are
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A
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Between Nighthawk and
Brewster
Project Said to Have Been
Successfully Finauced
Abroad
Correspondence of The Sun.
Spokane, April 23.—Col. A. M.
Dewey, president and general manager of the Okanogan Electric Railway company, has received advices
from Charles M. Meeker, a representative of English capitalists, that
a 83,000,000 bond issue will be taken
over by the foreign investors. The
money will be used in the construction   of  a standard  guage electric
I railroad between Nignthawk and
j Brewster, in Okanogan county,
Washington, and eventually will be
extended to Spokane from Brewster,
175 miles. Mr. Dewey gave out this
statement:
"The road will extend from Night-
hawk, in the northern part of Okanogan county, to Brewster, in the extreme southern part of ihe county,
the head of navigation of the Columbia river. Construction work will
be started at the middle and at both
ends of the line before July 1, if we
can get the necessary labor, anc^ it is
expected that passenger and freight
trains will be running in eight-en
months from the time work is begun. The road, including equipment, will cost 830,000 a mile.
"We have already secured contracts for a large part of the right of
way, and have a site for a power
plant at Blue lake, which will develop 5(100 horsepower. An auxiliary |lint will be erected at the conjunction of the two forks of Simon
creek, near Conconully. The stream
hasja fall of 1200 feet in the Peacock
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mountains. After the water is used
to generate electrical power, it will
be turned back into a reservoir for
irrigating purposes.
"The road, as planned now, will
start at Similkameen river and run
on the west side of Palmer lake to
Loomis. It will then go past the
Q. S. mine and smelter site, and
from tho northeast side of Fish lake
we will have a water grade to thc
head of Johnson creek. From there
it will pass directly through the center of tho United Stales irrigation
project and along the west bank of
the Okanogan river to Brewster."
The Okanogan country has within
its confines several of tbe largest
mines in Washington, the owners of
which are negotiating with the company for the haulage of 60 cars of
ore a day. Tributary to the line
also is Baid to be six hundred millions feet of timber and sixty thousand head of cattle and one hu n-
dred thousand sheep, in addition to
thousands of fruit trees.
Three things inak e earth unquiet,
And four she cannot brook;
The pious Agur counted them,
And put them in a book—-
These Four Tremendous Curses
With which mankind is curst:
But, a Servant when he lteigneth,
Old Agur counted,first.
A Handmaid that is Mistress
We need not call upon;
A Fool when he is full of Meat
Will fall asleep anon.
An Odious Woman married
May bear a babe and mend—
But a Servant when he lteigneth
Is confusion to the end.
His feet are swift to tumult,
His hands'are slow to toil;
His ears are deaf to judgment,
His lips are loud in broil:
And, if his folly opens
The unnecessary hells,
A Servant, when he Heigneth
Throws the blame on some one else.
—Rudyard Kipling.
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LEW JOHNSON. MANAGER
One NifiKt Only
Friday, April 24th
Breaking the Laugh
Record
"Sis in
New York"
A Screamingly  Funny
Farce    founded   on    the
Merry Hoosier Lass' visit
to the metropolis.
The Greatest Laughing  Play Sin-
Has Had in Years.
Hiram, Mandy, Zeke
and John
Will help with the hilarity.
"You can't stop  a trolley  car by
standing on the track."—Sis.
PRICES $1.00  and 50c
Seats on Sale at Woodland's.
Yale  Tranfer Co.
Light and Heavy Transferring to and from tho depots.
A. Mackintosh
OHioo:   Wlnilsor Hotel. l'hone A80
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
790,9    Post Week
SU.509     22,359
367
The following table gives the ore shipments of  Boundary mines
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
1907
Granby Mines, Phoenix      613,637
Snowshoe,' Phoenix       135,001
Mother Lode, Deadwood       '208,321
B. C. Mine, Summit  1,712
Emma, Summit ,        18,274
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp        14,481
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood  ....
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix        43,295
Idaho, Phoenix.
Rawhide, I'hoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorti, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. II. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous ,	
12,253
64.17*3
31,270
31,259
649
65
80
700
20
55
224
30
130
20
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter /.  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  163,439
315,372     22.359
306,433       21.422
Total treated..
     1,133,017
BOUNDARV  DIVIDENDS.
306,433      21,422
Aulliorlzeil .--shaiieh—*
Namr ob* Company. I'liiiltal.   Issued. Pur.
Granby Consolldoted-Copner.   $15,I«K),0II0     135,1X111 (100
Cariboo MoKlniiey-Qold     1,250,000 UBO.OOO    -J1
Providence-Silver       "00.000      »1 <»al     SB
11.0. Coinier-Cooper     3,000,0011    M8.000     *!i
, uiviobnds .
Paid   Total to    Lateit      Point").       Dnto.       Dato    Slum*
$1,020,000 (2,068,080 Sept, IM.  (8.00
       040,881'ffBbi ItHU     .114
16,000        88,221 Sept. 1000     .60
        201,200 kSept. IM"     .411
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Anyone Bending a nheteli and description nay
qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an
IrvciiMnn Is prohalily Patentable, Cnniruunlca-
I Inn. al r letlr rnllllileiil InL HANDBOOK on PatenU
lent free. Olilcat agency for sticurliiirpa'ents.
l'litt.nis taken tfirouifh Munn * Co. rootle*
ten-ldt notice, wltlioutotinnto, lu tha
Scientific American.
Abandaoniely Illustrated woekly. Lamest olr-
d :ltitlon ol any Bclontlllii Journal. Terms for
V,, 'In. 411.7.'. a yoar.i'iintiiiio prepaid. Sold by
aU 41 ^dealers.
Si, fe V Bt, Waahlunton. U. U,
When remitting money get an express order. Cash on demand of
payee. To all parts. S. T. Hall,
branch agent Dominion   Express Co.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coining year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
Palace Barber Shop
Knzor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Bridge Street, Grand forks, 11 C.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE  AND IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Pacific Hotel
OrP. C.P.R. STATION
Klrst-dnss In every respect.
Sample rooms for commercial travelers.
Hot anil Cold Baths.
Har lu Connection.
Fluent Hranilsof Wines.
Liquors and Ultrars.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best in tne City.
On Draught Exclusively* at
THE VICTORIA HOTEL

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