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Seventh Year—No. 40.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. July 31, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
(Successful Meeting of Kettle
Farmers' Institute
Prof. Thornber ane Mr. Dobie Deliver Instructive
The beat attended Farmers' Institute yet held in this city was called
to order shortly after 8 o'clock Tues
day evening in the city hall by President Rooke, who, in a few brief remarks, introduced Mr. W. H. Dobie,
of the agricultural department. Victoria, ns .the first speaker of the
Mr. Dobie spoke on ferlizers and
soil conditions.   He would only give
a few concrete principles as to what
constituted   a    successful    farmer.
Some thdught that success had been
attained if more was taken out of
the ground than was expended   in
labor.   This was not true, however.
Lasting success could only be attained by keeping the soil in proper
condition for future crops. "The plant
foo'ds are ten in number," he said."It
jf only necessary to name four—nitrogen, phosphorus, potash and lime.
The last of theBe can also be eliminated,   because the supply of lime
in the soil in this section is  plentiful.   The world's supply of potash
and phosphorus is almost   illimitable, but   the  supply of nitrogen is
limited, nnd the crop that is taken
from   the   land is measured by tbe
smallest element of these plant foods.
Fortunately nature has  provided a
means   by   which   nitrogen can be
returned to the soil. On land short of
nitrogen the best way to restore this
element to the soil is to sow clover,
wh'ch gathers it from theatmoiphere
and stores it in nodules on the roots.
.Stable manure also contains this element."  Where available, the speak-
' er recommended stable   manure ns
the  best   ertilizer; but where tbis
was not obtainable   people  should
not be prejudiced   ngainst commercial   fertilizers.    The   formula wns
printed on sncks, and nny one could
, send   samples   to Ottawa nnd nave
them analyzed.    If the analysis did
agree   with   the   printed   formula,
there was it severe penalty attached.
I'he   spenker   cited  numerous   instances when1 commercial  fertilizers
hnd  doubled   the  crops.    The best
1 time to npply fertilizers for vegetables  and   field   crops   was   in the
j spring ot the yenr.    For fruit  trees,
possibly in tho full.    All  farm   implements   now   hnd   fertilizing  nt-
. tnchments,   nnd   it   could be sown
with the seed. The question whether
it, paid to use fertilizers or  not   de-
I peniled largely on proper cultivation
[of thelnnd.    Fertilizer alone could
I not take the place of good hnrtl work.
| The  speaker gnve instances where
worn-out   fnrms   had been brought
I back to a high state of   productive-
I ness by returning the necessary ele-
| nients of plant food to the soil.   If
I any one   had any   doubts on this
Lsubject,  he adviced them  to make
•tests.    Mr. Dobie closed his  lecture
periment with one or more fertilizers, or a combination of two or
more varieties. It did not require
a chemist to tell what the soil needed, and soil analyses hnd proved
unsatisfactory, because the land frequently varied in a very small area.
He adviced rotation of crops as
much as possible, which' would prevent the land from wearing out.
Prof. W. S. Thornber, horticulturists of the Washington Agricultural college, nt Pullman, followed.
He had been intensely interested in
fruit culture for over thirty years.
There was a tendency even now to
plant too many summer varieties of
apples. Some of the orchards
planted thirty or forty years ago in
Washington were not worth calling
orchards on this account. Only varieties that allow the grower a
month's time, or even more, in
which to ship should be planted.
How to grow nicely colored apples,
that would sell on sight, was a
problem. The apples grown here
were not all that could be desired in
color, but the flavor was delicious.
The Northern Spy apple grown here
was superb. For tbis section he adviced planting only four varieties,
namely, Jonathan, Rome Beauty,
Wagner and Wine Sap. The latter
variety required lots of water during
the month of maturing. Even thnt
favorite in the English market,
Cox's Orange, he would not recommend for extensive cultivation in
this valley. During late years the
western apple had outsold the apples from all, other sections of the
He had not noticed any pear
blight since he arrived in the valley.
If the district was free of this disease, this was probably the most
profitable fruit thnt could be grown.
Two of the best varieties were the
Bartletts nnd Winter Nellie.
There wero splendid opportunities
for growing, cherries here. Of the
sweet varieties he recommended the
Bing, Black Republican, Lambert,
Royal Ann and Hoskins. The Bing
was a splendid shipper. It was today being shipped from the state of
Washington to London and the City
of Mexico. Of the sour cherries the
Olivet and the Montmorency were
two of the best varieties.
Of peaches only the hardiest varieties, such as the Alexander, Triumph and Hart's Early, should be
Only the hardiest and enrly ma-
tiiring varieties of grapes would he
likely to admit of successful cultivation hero.
In regard 10.buying nursery stock-
he snid, "But from the nearest nursery where you enn get the
best stock.'" First-clnss one-yenr-
tret'B were better than two-year olds
for transplanting. Apple trees
should be plnnted from "iu to 30
feet apart. The triangular system
of laving out an orchard was preferable to the old style, as it admitted
of planting more trees to the acre, at
the same distance apart. Care
should be taken in planting. Tho
holes should be lar'ge enough—not
auger holes—with the ground well
packed around the roots, and a loose
mulct on top. The trees should be
planted one inch deeper than tbey
grew in the nursery. Heavy winter
pruning produced wood, while summer pruning was productive of fruit.
Mr. Thornber gave a number of
Asks Council to Gather Data
in Regard to Installation
of Sewerage System
Favors a One-Foot Raise of
Sidewalks in the Burnt
A meeting of the board of trade
was held in the city hall last Monday evening, the board being called
to order by the vice-president immediately after the adjournment of the
city council.
J. B. Henderson was elected second vice-president, and S. T. Hall
secretary. It was decided to pay
the secretary a small salary. The
following executive council was
chosen: Dr. Kingston, Ed Davis,
G. M. Fripp, A. B. W. Hodges,
John Temple, .Fred Clark, J. C.
Macdonald, P. T. McCallum, Geo.
Clark, Geo. Hull, N. L. Mclnnes,
Jeffery Hammar, Geo. Chappie, E.
Spraggett and John McKie.
The committee appointed at the
last meeting to investigate the matter of raising the street grade,recommended that the sidewalks in the
burnt district be constructed one
foot above the present street grade,
and that the business men when
tbey rebuild be requested to make
the entrances to their stores one step
above the sidewalks, thus giving an
actual raise of twenty inches without interfering with the present
street grade. The committee also
recommended that the board request the city council to secure the
best legal advice on the rights of the
city to change the grade. The report was received.
.7. Ii. Henderson furnished the
bouid with the levels at various
points in the business distiict, which
showed that Bridge street was
four feet lower at Bridge and 1' irst,
and a decimal point over four feet
lower nt Bridge nnd Second thnn
the driveway of the North Fork
The legal phase of raising tne
grade was discussed pro and con,
nearly every one present expressing
bis views on the subject. Trie concensus of opinion appeared to be that
an   official   street gr^de bad never
How from the tank could be run into
the river.
Dr. Kingston, provincial health
officer, was requested to give his
views on this question from a sanitary viewpoint Mr. Kingston said
{an opinion prevailed that the over-
How from Beptic tanks wns innoqu-
ous. ' This, however, was not the
ense. The liquid, after leaving the
tank, still contained disease germs,
and he had grave doubts of the provincial government allowing this
matter to pass directly into the
river. If the tank was constructed
a short distance from theriver, there
might not be any objection to it.
But, in either case, the city would
first have to secure the consent of the
provincial health officers, as it would
not be wise to inaugurate a system
without first consulting the government. An ideal way, continued
Mr, Kingston, of disposing of sewage was by tbe sewage-farm system.
A ten or twenty-acre tract of land
could be purchased a mile or so below the eity, and a sewer laid to
this point.
Mr. Henderson replied that the
farm system would probably cost a
little more than a septic tank, but
that it would be impossible to estimate the cost of the former in the
absence of an engineer's levels. To
give even au approximate cost, it
would first be necessary to have a
survey made of the route-
After a general discussion on the
subject, a resolution was adopted
setting forth that, in the opinion of
the board, the installation of a sewerage system was desirable, and tbe
board memorialized the city council
to thoroughly investigate the matter,
and to secure all the data possible
on the various methods of disposing
of sewage.
A vote of thanks was tendered
Mr. J. B. Henderron and Dr. Kingston for valuable information furnished the board on the above subject, after which the board adjourned.
Accident at ttranby Smelter
A serious accident occurred at tbe
Grauby smelter at about half past
sfx Tuesday evening. While dumping hot slug over the dump the track
gave way and four of the large pots
which convey the red hot {lag from
the furnaces to the dump went down
the embankment, n distance of between GO nnd 70 feet. The dinkey
engine, which wns being run by T.
Ilickey, narrowly esenped following
the pots, only hanging on by the
hind  wheels.    Fortunately  no one
City Council at a Special
Meeting Eetablishes a
Fire District
Includes Practically All of
the  Down-Town Business Section
"At a special meeting of the city
council .Monday evening the bylaw
defining the lire limits of the city.nnd
regulating the construction of buildings within the fire district, wns reconsidered and finally passed. The
boundaries of the lire district, as
finally approved by the council,
are: On the enst, the North Fork
of Kettle river; on the north, the
first lane north of Winnipeg avenue;
on the west, a line running south
along the western boundnry of the
lane between Third and Fourth
streets to Spokane avenue, thence
along the centre of Spokane avenue
to Fourth street, thence nlong the
centre line of Fourth street to-Main
street; on the south, the centre
line of Main street. All buildings
inside the fire limits must be constructed of either brick, stone, cement, or iron facings with brick
or stone backs. The walls of two-
story buildings must be at least thirteen inches thick, and the roofs
must be constructed of non-combustible material. All chimneys must
be started at the foundations of
buildings. The storage of oil and
all other combustible materials, except in very small quantities, is prohibited inside the fire limit.
I by   advicing   those   of   his   ambience who   had land which did not j blackboard illustrations of the proper
■produce as much as it should, to ex-' (Continued on Page Three.)
been established, nnd that the prei
eiit  city  council was at liberty to' was   injured.     All   tbe  men that
make whatever they deemed proper, j could bu got at the time were rustled
On motion a committee, consist- j from the eity to work on the wreck,
ing of W. K. C. Manly, D, D. Munro The slag pots nre now being hnuletl
nnd A. B. Hood, wns appointed to baok onto the dump, but it will take
[secure the signatures of the prop-; two or three dnys more hefore the
I crty owners to a petition requesting wreck can be entirely cleared away.
I the city to construct the sidewalks
above the  old  grade in the burnt j'      New Feeding System
tlistrict- Manager   Rossn,   of  the  British
Mr. J. B. Henderson submitted an Columbia Copper company, is now
outline and estimated cost of a sew- perfecting a plan to feed the two
erage system. He staled thnt a sys- • smal|cr furnaces nt the Mother Lode
tem for the six business blocks could 8melter vah |)UCket8 operated
be installed nt a total cost of 87500. jon au aerja| tram fron) thc
This would mean a cost of about 875 j ore bins t0 the forDacea, mr, Rossa
to each lot, or an assessment «f i?I5' states thnt it is thc intention of bisj
per year if spread over a period of company toinstal this bucket tram,
nix years. The system he suggested jas it is considered much more crowns to construct a trunk  sewer  to 1 nomicnl than the trackage system.
the   confluence   of  the rivers, and      ,„    ,  ,     ,       TT- .,    ,
,,  v  ,   .,,     , ,     .  ,        ,i        Wanted—A position as   mother s
there build a large  elevated   septic help bt a middle-aged lady; bm of
tank.and raise the sewage into it by references;   good plain cook.    Ad-
means of a slow  pump.   The over- dress Mrs. K., Sun oflice. I
Shot Near Republic
Roi Sibert, of Republic, was shot
by a one-armed halfbreed named
Charles Phillips ahout live miles out
of Republic on Saturday last. The
two men had some trouble at the
celebration which wns held in thnt
city on the 1th of July, nnd tbe
balfbreed threatened to kill Sibert
thc first chance he got. Some years
ago Phillips shot a  policeman in
Seattle, and in attempting to make
bis get-away bis arm was sliott off.
He served a term in tbe penitentiary
for this crime, and has always been
considered a bad man ever*ince his
release. The commissioners of
Ferry county have offered a reward
of 9200 for the capture of Phillips,
dead or alive, hut so far nothing hns
been'seen or heard of hiin.
Holdup at Greenwood
A holdup is reported from (ireenwood this week. Two masked nii'ii
entered the Veiulome hotel nt midnight nml mnde six persons who
were in the bar nt the lime throw up
their hnnils nnd face the wall. One
of the holdup men then proceeded
to go through the persons lined up,
while the other kept n revolver coving them. Then they rifled the
Cash register, securing about $126
out of it. After searching nil the
drawers hnck of thc bnr to mnke
sure that no firearms were secreted
in tbem, the bandits backed out of
the side door and mnde their escape.
So fnr no trncc of them bas been
found, but it is stated thnl tbey hnve
left Greenwood. The totnl amount
obtained was about i'i I". HAVE YOU
That we are selling
all our
Come in nnd  see  if there isn't
something you want.
John Donaldson
Phone A30
-Columbia Avenue
the book. Mr. J. D. Honsberger, of
this city, should be given the credit of
winniug the lirst prize gold medal for
the best five boxes of apples in Class 1
at the fifteenth annual convention of
the North-West Fruit Growers' association in Vancouver last December,
instead of the Kelowna Fruit Growers' association,and Jas. Rooke should
be credited with winning the second^
prize, instead of Mr. Honsberger.
®Ijp Stoning dun
Published nt Grand Forka, British Culnnibin.
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subscriptions uml advert!,emetita uu our behalf.
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Legal notices, 1(1 and 5 cents per line.
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The Evening Sun,
Phonii B 71 qba.nd Fohks. B. C.
FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908
\f ERY much apropos of the Quebec tercentenary celebration,
The Loudon Graphic for tbe week of
July 18 contains two magnificent
portrait supplements of the Prince
and Princess of Wales, drawn in our
contemporary by Mr. Seymour
Lucns, R.A., at sittings specially accorded by their royal highnesses,
and beautifully printed upon art
paper. Ab a further instance of the
enterprising methods of The Graphic
and the keen interest which it is displaying in things Canadian, it may
be mentioned that England's premier
illustrated weekly has specially engaged Mr. Frank Craig, one of the
best known draughtsmen in the
United Kingdom, to depict in its
pages the most striking aspects ofthe
Quebec festivities. He accompnnies
the royal party to Canada for this
purpose, nnd proposes afterwards to
mnke a trip through the Dominion,
the artistic results of which will le
seen in the jinges of The Graphic,
Martin Burrell returned yesterday
from Midway und other western
[mints. | ,
I. A. Dinsmore, chief uf police of
Greenwood, visited his family ill this
eity lint Tuesday,
Miss Edith Gilmour, of Victoria,
is visiting at the home of her sister,
Mr.. J. C. Taylor.
II. P. Nebold, representing the
Capital City Nursery coinpiiiiy, of
Salemj Ore., wits a visitor in the city
lust Monday.
Jack Coryell, who has been living
in South Africa for a number of
years, has returned to his home in
this city nud expects to remain here.
James Cowey, formerly a mechanic
ut the Granby smelter, but now with
the Grant-Mining company, of Chesaw, Wash., visited friends in the
city lust Monday.
At a meeting of the principal fruit
shippers of the valley, held in the city
hall last night, it was unanimously
decided to form an association to be
known as the Grand Forks Fruit
Growers' association, and the preliminary steps towards perfecting an' organization were taken. This organization will be of a commercial nature, and will not interfere with the
Farmers'Institute, but will co-operate
with that bodv.
Builder $ Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
Parties tutoiidtng to intilil wl.l do well to consult inc.
many new improvements to the
shipping facilities of the Mother
Lode mine, nnd when completed the
mine will he shipping 2000 tons per
Judge Brown, of Greenwood, presided at a sitting of the county court
in this city yesterday. The only
case on the docket wns thnt of Ilur-
ford vs. Collins, whicli wns dismissed with costs.
P. BURNS (&> CO.
The Valhalla bote! hns reopened
for business on Second street, enst of
Dealers in all Kinds tf
Fish and Game in Season
Metal Quotations
New York, July 2!).—Silver, ">2J
electrolytic copper,  12; le 1 ,'t.
London,   Julv    2!>.—Lend
3s 9d: silver, 248.
B. Lequime, the lumber man, intends to add a cement building block
plant to his other enterprises, having associated witb him a gentlemen
of practical experience in tbe manufacture of this modern building material. Tbey expect to have the
plant in operation inside of two
Constable Docksteader, of Phoenix, was in the city lust Friday for the
purpose of arresting five Itnlians
who had left tbat camp in a hurry,
and who were turned back at the
international boundary line. He
tnok his prisoners back to Phoenix
in the evening of the same duy.
THU SUN" bus received from the
sup'rin'e de t of immigration,
Ottawu, ii nicely printed ami beautifully illus'rated pamphlet t nt tied
"British Columbia: Canada's Land f
Promise on the Pacilic," printed by
the king's printer at Ottawa. We
are pleased to note that the immigration department is bestirring [itself in
the matter of advertising this prov-
inc". The luiok. being in the nature
of a work of art, shruld do more to
make thc resources of Msitish Columbia knowu to the outside world thnn
ull the boosting clubs that have yet j
been organized. Among the nuiner*
ous beautiful hull'tone illustrations,
there is a scene from the famous Ci.
vert orchard neur thi-. citv. The pam-
phlet contains a number of maps, ni d
is replete with information on the
resources of the province in general,
including climate, agriculture, dairying, hop culture, niiukci-, fruit grow-1
ing, mining, smelting nnd refining,
fisheries,' the lumber industry, pulp
uini paper, Hportiniin s paradise, cities,
education, description of lands, Dominion government lands, homestead
conditions, Canadian IVilie Inini-,
taxation,'how to reach the province,
meteorological, synopsis of 'mining
lawn, provisions of land law, altitudes,
etc.    We notice one or two cm is   n
Cedio, who dynamited the Cnnadian hotel at Niagara, ten mill s
north of this city, in November,
1906, thereby causing the instant
death of the proprietor's 18-year-
old daughter, Louise King, is to be
hanged in the Kamloops jail  today.
Born—In Grand Forks, on Thursday, July 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vaughan, a son.
Mining Stock Quotations
New Yoiik, July 21).—The following are coday's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Granbv 105.00
B. C. Copper     5.00"
Dominion Copper     2. l^J
We have a large supply of all kinds
of visiting cards in stock, and the
most fashionable styles of type to
print them with.  The Sun Job Otlice.
Show curds for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be rend at a
For Sale—20-acre ranch"; all  under
Ingh   state  of cultivation; 200 fruit
trees: good house uml barn; one mile
south of city. For particulars call ut
The .Suu office.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Business lot on iWinnipeg iivcuue neur
The ,Sun oflice. Enquire of Lew
For Sale — Full-blood Black
Minorica eggs; $1.00 per setting. A.
C. Uren, box 294, Grand Forks.
For Sale—90 acres of good land,
also two new milch cows. Apply at
this office.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office.
The  Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for $1 per year.
The Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
'Sun job office.
have   the  genuine
zJWontserret,   in   large
quart bottles
P. T. McCallum is performing the _       .     « fi   1
luties  formerly  assigned to   Wm.   riflO S   Efllit   iSflltS
Cook in   the   customs   department
during tbe  absence  of    Customs      The proper article to use
Ollicer Gilpin. as a healthy drink dur-
s„n,e portions  of the burnt dis-     in$ hot rather
trict have already been pretty  thoroughly cleared of   the debris caused
by the late fire.
The   British   Columbia    Copper DRUGGIST
com puny  nt   Greenwood  is adding mONE 13 NEXT W. K. C, MANLY'S
cA Snap
BUYS seven-acre
tract adjoining the
southern boundary
of the city limits; three-room
house and good well; thirty-
seven bearing fruit trees and
a quantity .of small traits.
$500 cash; balance in three
years. Best fruit land proposition in the valley.
All Kinds of
Ladies'  and Children's
For full  particulars call at
NEST 169
fa 0.0.0.
) Commeuc-
lnfr on June
1ft, and don*
ln? the sum*
mcr simsi m
meetings of
this order will he held twice r month only. The
meetings will be on the lirst and third'Friday
nights of eaeh month.
J. K. GRAHAM, President
J.C HARD, Secretary.
IN THE MATTER of The Land Registry Act
and In the Matter of the Title to Lots 18. 14,
15nrd 16, Block l; Lots, Block8; Lot 11. Blook
6; Lota 2. Sand i. Block 7; Lot 9. Block 11; Lots
6. 7,H and 9. Block 12 Map 22. Van Neis Addition, Urand Porks Townsite.
Whereas the Certlttwite of Title of Henry
White, being Certificate of Title No.
•A11H to the above hereditaments, ham been lost
or destroyed, and application has been made to
mi' for a duplicate thereof;
NotI'K is lierchv (riven thnt a duplicate ot
title to ttie above hereditaments will be Issued
at the expiration of one month from the date oi
the find publication hereof, unless in the meantime valid objection to the contrary la made to
ine in writing.
W. H KDMONDS.    *
Land Reglstrv otH«e. District Registrar.
KainlOtpS, R C., May SOttk 1008.
Certltlcafe'of Improvements
Columbia, Hmittft Vista and Helene Mineral
Claims, situate in the Orand Porka Mining 01-
vision of Yale District,
Where Located: Partly on District Lot 2135
and on Mountain South nf Coryell Pass.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Wm. K. Caporn, Free
Miners' Certificate No, B6826, intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
ReeerderfornOetttHcatepf Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
above cluim-.
Anil further tnke notice thnt action, under
section :t7. must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated at Grand Forks, B*C,, this 28rd d
Mny.A.li. 1008.
lay of
Hon M.n) Block. Oan Vou Sm—SIi or Seven? It's Always the Same
Downey's'Cigar Store
A Complete Stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Received Weekly. \
Postoffice   Building
Collection Agency
I purpose opening an office for
the collection of accounts, adjusting nf books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sale* of Property Negotiated
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended to immediately' Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
S. T, HALL, J.P.
C.P. Telegraph Company Bridge Sireet
High grade Bicyeles. A complete line of accessories. Come
in and see the 1908 models.
Wheel repairing.
Next to Mclnnes', Bridge Steet.
B. C. Land Surveyor
&lBe°ru        Grand Forts, B. C.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead j
ANT available Dominion Lands within the ]
™ Railway Belt of British Columbia maybe \
homeiteaded by auy person who Is the head I
of a family, or any mule over eighteen years I
of n«e, to the extent of one-quarter section \
of 160 acres, more or less. '
Kntr.v niNHt be made personally at the looal I
Inml office for the district In whioh the laud 1
Is situate.
The homesteader it required to perform J
the conditions connected therewith under 1
one of the following plans: j
(1) At least six months' residence upon and 1
cultivation of the land in eaeh year for three I
years. I
(2) If the father (or mother, If the father Is 1
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a I
farm In the vlolnlty of the land entered for, I
the requirements as to residence may be sat* 1
lifted by sueh person residing with the father!
or mother.
(U) If the settler has his permanent resi- ■
deuce upon farming laud owned by him inl
the vlolnlty of hli homeitead, the require-1
merits as to residence may be satisfied by I
residence upon the said land. J
Six months' notice in writing should bel
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds I
ut Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.     I
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for a period of twenty-one years at an un-l
mini rental of {1.00 per aere. Not more than I
2,-VIH uores shull be leased to one individual or I
company. A royalty at the rate of live cental
per ton shall be collected on the merchant*"
able coal mined.
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readers by advertising in any other
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(Concluded From Page One)
method of pruning. ''When it comes
to pruning time," he said, "it is
best to entrust the work to the hired
man, or your wife, because few owners have the heart to cut a tree back
the required length."
"Start working the soil as soon
as the ground is ready in the
spring," he said. "Follow this up
with summer tillage by harrowing
the ground every week or ten, and
after every rain, up to August 15th.
After that date some crop that will
add hnmis to the soil should he
sown. Russian vetch and Canada
peas are hoth good."
This   section,  he   said,  was not
I troubled very much with fruit pesls.
and   he   dwelt very  briefly on the
subject of spriying.
On the subject of packing the
fruit growers of British Columbia
did not need any lessons, because
the growers of Washington and Oregon had crossed tbe line and taken
instruction irom us.
Mr. Thornber closed his address
by saying that in Washington the
fruit growers bad a slogan—"Ship
t e best and can the rest." It would
be wejl for the growers of this sec
tion to adopt a similar motto.
Mr. Dobie closed the meeting by
urging everybody interred in
ranching or fruit culture to join the
Kettle Valley Farmers' Institute.
The dues are only 50 cents a year,
and this entitles you to all the literature printed by the government on
subject of farming.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Sun Job Office.
The Sun and  the Toronto Weekly
Globe for $ 1.00 per year.
Agents Wanted—16x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames' 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures ono 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.
(New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy; terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. Ir. is a pracieal Imok; useful
to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the copper
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the,, everyday
man, It gives the plain faota in plain
Knglish without fear or favor.
It lists and describes Ki'26 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running frnm
two lines to sixteen page*, according
tn importance of the property,
The Cupper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference'
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the hook fur
the fai'ts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the hook for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
top; $7.50 in full library morocco,
Will be sent, fully p epaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Is the Place to Cool Off.
Filled as
your doctor
wants them
nQlipC The   purest  and   freshest
UDUUu that can he procured.
Rutherford SMann
G. R. B. Newton, Mfir.
Cor. Bridge and 2nd       Phone 35
On Wednesday morning, between
the hours of 10 and 12, Mr. Thornber gave a practical daylight detnon-
stratioh of work in the orchard at
Mr. Traunweiser's fruit ranch to a
large class of interested farmers.
Tbe subjects gone inta included
planting, pruning, grafting, budding, thinning out of fruit, remedies
for various tree diseases, how to
keep the soil in proper condition,
etc. A tree affected with canker
was found. For this he adviced cutting away the dead bark and then
washing the affected portion of the
tree with Bordeau mixture, afterwards painting it.
Before leaving the Prof. Thornber
took a picture of the members of
the Kettle Valley Farmers' Institute, grouped in front of a huge apple tree in the middle of the orchard.
Messrs. Thornber and Dobie lelt
for Midway Wednesday afternoon.
Occasionally a man remains in the
bachelor class because he is skeptical
as to the ability of a woman to support him.
The trouble with most of us is that
we'd rather sit around and kill giants
than to get up and tackle a few little
It is the easiest thing iu the world
foi a man to get engaged to a widow,
even if he really doesn't mean it.
No matter  what the   future   tuny
have in sloi e for a woman she expects
i to find it among the bargains.
A lot of men who think they are
keeping step with the march of progress are only marking time.
The brand of faith that some men
expect to move mountains with would
not even move a mole hill.
Cures lFoman'*; Weaknesses.
We refer to that boc i to'wc ik, nervous,
suffering women too vn as Or. Pierce's
Fi.vorlt* Prescription.
Dr. John Fyfc ono o: the Ei itorial Staff
of The Eclectic Medical Ejiview says
of Unicorn root tfjclu tins D ultiu) which
Is lino of tho chief Ingrjdlonts of tho "Favorite Prescription": v
"A remedy which Invariably t -ts os auter-
ina iuviuorator * * * niakes.for normal activity of the onilre reproductive Bystom."
Hijcontlnues"in Ueloniuawe lrr.iiamedlca-
mcut which more fully anaweM the above
purposes titan any ulhcr drug wilh whim 1 am
ac.iiuiintcd. In the treatment of diseases peculiar to women it Is seldom that a case Is
been which does not present some indication
for this remedial airenl." Jlr. l-'i'fo further
says: "The followlm; are amoint the leadlmt
Indications for llelonlas (Unicorn root), l'aln
or acliliii? In tlio back, with . leucorfha-a:
atonicIwcakl conditio? \of llio reproductive
oi ..'ans of Vomen, mcntili depression and irritability. Ksoclated wlttr chronic diseases of
tbe reproductive qfcans of womeniconstant
sensation lit heat In tho rcelon of the kidneys; un-i/irrliai,'l'J (flooding), due lo a weakened condition of/the reproductive system|
anicnoi/iiiEwllsui/renscd or absent monthly
periotl/.yAslTlP'irom or accompanying an
•bno«MI condition of the digestive organs
anil lifiemlc (thin blood 1 habit: dragging
•ensfilons In tbe extreme lower part of tbe
abdomen."    .....
If moreor less of the above symptoms
;„'■' l.f,-.-i.l, ii..   iiiv.ili-l   ». II   cm   ■■!■:
Better than take Vt. nercoTs Tnvorlie
Pi-cicifiiniiin.diirartKn'ianding ingfcJi-
eutsof wJIIelt Is Unicorn root, or Helonian,
and tho medical properties of which it
most faithfully represents.
Of Golden Seal root, another prominent
Ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,"
Prof. Finloy Elllngwood, M. D., of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, says:
"It is an important remedy ln disorders of
the womb.   In all catarrhal conditions * •
and general enfeoblement. It Is useful."
Prof. John M. Headier, M D., lato of
Cincinnati, says oi ooidon Seal root:
"In relation to lis general effects on the
system, there fn no tni-dlrlne fn me about which
there ti such acneral vnanimfty tif opinion. It
is univrmalli/ regarded as the tonic useful ln
all debilitated states."
Prof. K. Ilartholow, M. D., of Jefferson
Medical College, says of Golden Seal:
"Valuable ln uterine hemorrhage, monorrhagia (flooding) and congestive dysmenorrheas (painful menstruation)."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all the above named Ingredients and cures the diseases for which
Ihey ue recommended.
Men successfully tackle big responsibilities only after having practiced
up on little ones.
If absence makes the heart grow
fonder it's up to the wise young man
to go home early.
When a man doesn't amount to
much he is apt to lay the bla.ue on
While the conservative man waits
the hustler gets busy and goes after
the goods.
Life is like a cistern—what you get
out of it depends upon what you put
info it.
Whisky is said to improve with age,
but so many men won't let it grow
People who struggle to keep up appearances usually gnu their cuseuWuy.
Its tough on a man with it chronic
pnue to oe eouipelieu to swallow ie.
There's plenty of room at the top
for the chap who is not dizzy-pated.
It's enough to discourage u tightrope walker when business is slack.
jl^Many a noble young idea has  been
thumped to death ou a typewriter,
A lot of entanglements result from
presents with strings attached.
The foolishness of yesterday is not
cured hy the regrets of today.
He is truly a shiftless man who is
too lazzy to shift for himself.
When a man is satisfied with himself he begins 50 shrivel up.
It takes a real wony ty make a hig
man sit up and take notice.
Uut few dancing masters are to bo
found iu the hop districts.
Rivers we fished in when a boy aro
nothing but creeks now.
If you would be happy let the other
fellow do the worrying.
How harsh it sounds to hear a man
criticise your pet hobby!
Moth-eaten jokes of a Croesus nevir
fail to produce a laugh.
Ever notice how much truth there
isn't in a compliment?
A pile of filthy lucre isn't necessarily a heap of dirt.
Self-interest and sympathy have
nothing in common.
If there is a skeleton in the closet
keep the door shut.
It is never too late to break yourself of a bad habit.
After saying yon intend to do a
thing, do it.
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Persons who have lived in the West for a lengthy period and are out and out
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Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these
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The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week
by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces; In addition it has special
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of its competitors. Thk ISi-'N is never
on the fence regarding questions of
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nl Inciter rulilwr thnn other mnkef,   allowing anfy, free
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Our useful  Bill. Don Stnti-KKUBH Conn   A*n Cam innlm)  for 10c.  pofttnfo.
luklructivu lirniklot. "Stylo, or  How to Drew Correctly,"
ttea tt you mention this publleatlun.
We have a large supply of all kinds
of visiting cards in stock, and the
most fashionable styles of type to
print them with.  The Sun Job Office.
Show cards for widnows and inside
nre a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office.
The  Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI per year.
Tue Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
For Sale—Full-blooded Black
Minorica eggs; $1.00 per setting. A.
C. Uren, Box '294, Grand Forks.
For Homes Orchards and
Residence Grounds.
Our Motto:
Not the cheapest in price
but  the  best  in quality.
Burbank's New Stoneless
City Nursery Company
Trade Marks
Copyrights 4c.
Anrone lending a, nketeh and <!r«crinttrm mmr
qulcklr uoert&ln our opinion fr«e wiiotlicr an
Invention ll probeljlf patentaMj*L Communing.
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lent froo. ulrtoK ucnor forieounnCMtenu.
1'ntoiiu Ukim through Munn i
•siney lor MonrinkMCeni
  through Hunn Aco.no....
•win! notice, without (UnTOe, In tht
Scientific American
A hiTxlsoniuly Uluntntod weekly.  LargMt clr-
gllatlOQ of any icientlflo Journal.   Tonus lor
aiwid. »i.75 s year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
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Following are* the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from July
14 to July 27, inclusive.
Dykehead No. Christina lake, Kelly
■et al., 3 years; Monarch fraction,
Phoenix, Granby company; Fife for 2
years, and Three Bells for 2 years
Christina lake, Kelly et al.;Ben-Hur,
Christina lake, J. K. Kelly, 2 years;
Province and Commonwealth, Franklin camp, Larsen et al.; St. Lawrence
fraction, Silverton fraction, Kate No.
2 fraction, and V. A. fraction, surveys, Wellington cump, Lake D.
Wolfard; 99 fraction, Summit camp,
survey, S. M. Johnson; Silver King
1 and Victoria, Burut Basin, Joseph
Ghigletti; Babbit Paw and Last
Chance, Summit camp, Thisted et al.;
Aspen and Elgin, Franklin cftinp,
Whiteside et al.; Lost Injun and
Stray Dog, Franklin camp, D. Whiteside; Silver King, Silver Queen, U. S.,
Copper King and B. C, Franklin
camp, Paulsen et al.; Christina H.,
McKinley camp, John \V. Harkness;
Mountain Chief fraction and Mountain Chief, Franklin camp, McGinnis
et al.; Victoria, Franklin camp, Uut
Maginnis; Highland Chief, Summit
cimp, A. McKinnon; Sovereign,
Gloucester camp, J. A. McMaster;
Iron Cap, Gloucester camp, survey,
Kerman et al.; Summit, Worcester
(.amp, survey, W. Y. Williams; Nakusp, Franklin camp, survey, Archie
Chisholm; Centre Eagle, Hardy
mountain, Holm et al.; Golden Axe,
Wellington camp, survey, Holm etal.;
Banner fraction, Franklin camp, survey, Garrison et al.; Crystal Copper,
Frunklin cump, survey, Cannon et al.;
Montana, Gloucester camp, survey,
Seymour Birch; Iron Nell fraction,
Brown's camp, F. H. Knight; Hob
son, Hardy mountain, Chas. E. Anderson.
Tip-Top, relocation of Copper
Point, Gloucester camp, Wm. Minion;
Big Dick, relocation of Big Dick,
Frunklin camp, Joe Gelinas; Sunny
side, McRae creek, Anton Sodja;
Blue Bird, relocation of Oversight,
McKinley mountain, Jacob M. Paulsen; Oversight, relocation of Valley
View, McKinley mountain; Uiger, relocation of Tiger, Summit cump, D.
II. McElmon,
One-fourth of Blue Grouse, Burnt
Basin, John McNeely tu Caroline
All re Jumbo, Franklin caiup,Chas,
0. Marsh to cu owners.
One-half of Kclipsc, Summit camp,
James F. Cunningham to Wm. T.
Pacific Hotel
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.-iiinplp roonti for commercial traveler*.
Hot and Cold llntlm.
Hur in Connection.
Finest Iti nr di of Wini.s.
I.icjuur-. uml Oiuara.
CHA?. PETERSON, Prrp        t==
David Mark Carley, late publisher
of the Nelson Daily Canadian, is
making preparations to commence
the publication of" the Ladysmith
Chronicle early in August. Mr.
Carley and The Sun man engaged
in the journalistic business shortly
after disembarking from Noah's
ark, and have followed that profession continuously since that time up
the present moment.
"The Spokane Interstate Fair will
have a horse on the race track this
fall that should pace the mile in less
than 2:09," is the positive announcement of Manager Robert H. Cosgrove. "You may not believe this,
but nevertheless that's what is sure to
happen. G. W. Clark, of Calgary,
Alta., has given nie every assurance
that his great horse Leland Onward,
which he has entered in our 2:05 pace,
will surely come to Spokane this full.
He is eager to place the horse against
Sir John S. und the other crack California 2:05 horses. The contest between Leland Onward and Sir John S.
should make the greutest race ever
seen in Spokane."
The ordinance of believer's baptism will he administered in the
Baptist church on Sunday evening,
August 2nd.
The new lithographs issued by the
Spokane fair is a very handsome piece
of work and hus attracted a great deal
of admiration. The management advise us thut a copy will be mailed free
to any address on request.
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that The Sun is the
most widely read paper in Grand
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix..
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood  i	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Suinmit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Sumiuit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carini, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence..	
Preston. Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Fulls	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907 190S   Past Week
613,0.17 604,305      21,817
135,001 367
208,321 G7.776         9,7(1
14,481 21,928'        3,370
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter '.  637,026
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter '.. 341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
'706,185  38.113
Total treated..
669,914      33,744
9raiib.v Consolidated— Copper.
Curlboo McKinney — Oold	
Total to    Latest      Per
Date.       Date.   Share
B.C. Copper-Copper     S.UOO.OUO   :603.000     *s
Authorized^--shareh—,       Paid
I'upitul.    Issued. Par.       1906.
*15,lXm,U00      185,000  $100   f 1,020,000 $2,1)118,8811 Si!lit. 1907 $8.00
.    1,250.000   1,250,000     $1  IHdW'Peb. 1BX .11
200.000       81000     $5         19,000 88,221 Sept. 18011 M
  201,21X1 |Sept. 1901 .40
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ar Honing a i
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