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Sixth Year—No. 51.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. July 19, 1907.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance-.
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held Monday
evening, Mayor Hammar, Aid.
Hardy, Horner, Miller, McCullum,
Mcintosh and Woodland being
Hemming Officer McCallum reported that 80 votes had been cast
for Miller and 79 for Hull, with 1
spoiled ballot, in the aldermanic
election last Friday. The report
was adopted.
The finance committee's report
recommended the payment of the
usual number of bills.    Adopted.
The mayor reported that Mrs.
Wiseman had refused to accept the'
cheque for *^50 for right of way for
the pole line across her land,
as Bhe claimed she had misinterpreted the agreement. She wanted
$50 for the right of way up to the
1st of January, and thereafter 812
per year rental. The council decided to make her another offer on
the lines of the old agreement, and
if she refused to accept, to apply the
money towards moving the line onto
city property.
Aid. Mcintosh reported that the
board of works had made measurements for the First street foot bridge.
The length would be 250 feet, with
a pier on each side the river. He
suggested a width of eight feet. He
thought that the Yale-Columbia
Lumber company should be asked
to drive the new piers, and that the
old ones should be blown.
The mayor reported that he had
had a conference with Superintendent Hodges, of the Granby company, respecting the sale of the
city's machine at the smelter power
house to the company,, Mr. Hodges
had talked the matter over Manager
Gn'ves, but the Grariby people's fu
ture plans in regard to the power
questio have not yet been fully matured.
Health Officer Kingston was
granted a month's leave of absence
City Clerk McCallum wus granted
a month's leave of absence—from
August 1 to September 1.
The council decided to hold a delinquent tax sale this year. It will
apply to all properties upon which
taxes have not been fully paid up to
December 31st, 1905. The date of
the sale was fixed for September 14.
The health officer submitted the
lollowing milk tests: O'Ray, 3.5,
4.5; Munroe, 4.0, 3.4; Donnan, 4.0;
Elmore, 3.75; Murray, .'1.25, 5.0;
Forrester, 3.25, 3.75.
Aid. Mcintosh stnted thnt he
inspected the four hotels which the
license inspeceor had reported in an
unsanitary condition, and had found
them in bud shape. The proprietors
had agreed to make the necessary
The mayor said tho commissioners had not reported unfavorably on
the Grand Forks hotel building, but
the sanitary condition was bad.
Aid. Mcintosh, of the health and
relief, said the hotels should be compelled to put in septic tanks. The
two hotels granted licenses, antl the
two barber shops with baths, should
be given thirty days to make thc
improvements, and the Grand Forks
hotel, if granted a permit, sixty
Notico was given that a bylaw
would   be   brought in at the next
moeting providing for the destruction of obnoxious weeds.
Tho mayor appointed Aid, Miller
chairman ot the water and light
committee, as well as member ot the
finance and health and relief committors.
Mayor Hammar desired the council to reconsider the resolution reducing   the   city solicitor's salary,
passed at a previous meeting,
one of his reasons for taking this
course, the mayor stated that Mr.
Miller had secured a $4000 government grant for the city that was
prctically a gift. If the solicitor's
services had been worth 675 per
month to the city in the past, they
should be worth that much now.
Aid. Woodland said Miller had done
good work for the city, and the city
appreciated the fact. Aid. McCallum thought $75 per month was a
reasonable figure. Iu drawing up important contracts it would be
easy for an incompetent solicitor
to make blunders that would cost
the city many thousands of dollars.
Mr. Miller pointed out that he had
to attend all meetings of the council,
which few city solicitors did, and
cited at length the duties and re-
sponsibilities attaching to the office.
He admitted the right of the council to discharge its solicitor if he was
not performing his duties, but he did
not think it right to cut down his
salary without an investigation to
see whether or not he was earning
it. Aid. Mcintosh said that he had
not acted on any personal grievance, but simply from a desire to
save the city $25 per month. Aid,
Hardy still felt satisfied tbat the
council could get the solicitor's work
done for $50 a month, and if the
city could be saved $25 per month
it was the duty of the council to do
so. Aid. Miller would not have
voted for the reduction, had he been
a member of the council at the time.
If the solicitor had not been satis
factory, he would have favored dismissal. Aid. McCallum said that
if the council engaged a solicitor for
j}50 per month, the chances were
that he would prove incompetent
Aid. Mcintosh said the solicitor had
read a list of his duties—if the duties of the city clerk were eiiuimr-
ated the council would have to remain in session until the following
night, lid. Hardy moved that the
solicitor's salary remain at $50 per
month. Aid. Woodland seconded
this, with the understanding that
other cities did not pay any more
for the same duties. An amendment, offered by Aid. McCallum and
Horner, to the effect that the mutter
be laid over for two weeks, in order
to give the council nn opportunity
to obtain information as to the pro'
ticc in other cities, wns finally
The council then adjourned.
The first gelipral meeting of the
Maple Leaf,Mines, Ltd., was held in
this city last Wednesday evening,
when the following directors were
elected: C. A. Mix, W. W. Fee, A.
As I J- Fee, II. W. Young and .I. B, Fee.
A meeting of the directors for the
election of officeis will be held here
Messrs. W. W. Fee and H. W.
Young,Jwho have been directing the
work at the Maple Leaf sinee. the 1st
of May, came down from Gloucester
camp to attend the meeting. They
report that development work on
the company's properties, consisting
of six claims, is progressing favorably. At present five men are employed. It is the intention of ihe
management to increase this force
to ten as soon as men are available,
and then two shifts will be operated.
The tunnel on the Maple Leaf is
now in 60 feet, and lots of high-
grade ore has been encountered.
The mine is looking well at present,
and it is confidently predicted that
it will improve as the work progresses. About $1200 have been
expended in work and improvements on the property this spring.
Messrs. Fee and Young state that
the people of this city do not appear
to have any conception of the
amount of work being done in
Franklin and Gloucester camps this
summer. Good strik -s nre of daily
occurrence. The most notable ones
of recent dute have been made by
Bert Averill and Captain Rogers, on
Franklin creek. Important finds
are also reported by the Han-
Jon brothers, who are operating in
Franklin camp.
following Grand Lodge officers, Grand
Marshal I. A. Dinsmore. Grand Warden K. E. Cooper, Grand Recording
Secretary D. McCalluin and Grand
Financial Seoretary «1. F. Kennedy,
installed the ollicers of Gateway Lodge
for the term commencing July 1st,
1007: Noble grand, Walter Hadden;
vice grand, John Kavanagh; recording
secretary, Walter R. Dewdney; permanent secretary, A. L. Clements;
treasurer, Richard Frache; L.S.N.G.,
Hugh Currie; R.S.V.G., W. Truax,
M.D.; L.S.V.G., Geo. R. McCabe;
warden, Roy J. Faulkner; conductor,
John Gould; outside guardian, Carl
Wolfram. After the installation the
district deputy grand master addressed
the new officers, giving them words of
advice and encouragement to help
them perform their duties during their
term of office. Messrs. Cooper, Dinsmore, McCallum, Painton and McCabe congratulated the officers on
their election and wished them suc-
Miller 80, Hull 79
The aldermanic election in the East
ward last Friday was very warmly
contested, and nearly the entire voting strength of the ward was polled.
The result follows:   ,
W. S. Miller  ,S()
Goo. H. Hull  70
Spoiled ballot      1
The fact, however, that honors
were nearly evenly divided, did not
deter the victors from celebrating tho
event with music and a torchlight procession in tho evening.
\V. [P. Burton, representing the
Nelson Daily News, is a visitor in tho
city today.
A well attended meeting of the
20,000 club wns held in the city
hall Wednesday night. Resides the
transaction of the usual nmount of
routine business, important steps
were taken to advertise the city and
valley. A two-page write-up was
contracted for in the special fair
edition of the Nelson Daily News,
and also for two pages of advertising
space in Henderson's Directory.
C.P.R. Sues Heinze
F. August Heinze, the Butte mining millionaire, has the C.P.R. guessing. Eight or ten years ago Heinze
sold his antiquated Trail smelter
(which has since been rebuilt) and his
Columbia it Western railway to the
C.P.R. at his own prize. The sale
also carried a half interest in the
enormous land grant to ihe railway,
but the land was not to bo segregated
till Mr. Heinze so elected. Now the
C. P. R. would like to have the segregation made, so that it may dispose of
the lands, and has brought suit to accomplish this purpose. Mr. Heinze,
in his answer, says ho is not compelled to do so. ll would seem that
the astute copper magnate, who kept
the Amalgamated Copper company in
hot water for years, is also a, thorn in
the side of the C. P. It. in tins land
grant matter.
The above information doubtless
explains the inactivity of the C.P.R.
at this point this season, as it was
well known last spring that the company contemplated making extensive
improvements here during the present
On Saturday Inst Mr. G. I,. Woodard, the. Kettle Valley line tie contractor, was awarded the contract to
fence the road between this city anil
Lynch creek, and yesterday he estali
lisheil a camp at licipiiinc sawmill,
where the work was started. An eight*
strand barb*wire fence Is to he bit-It,
and it will take considerable time to
complete it. Mr. Woodnrd states
that he has now more than enough
ties on hand to lay the track to Lynch
creek, and as the bridge across the
North Fork at Eagle City is now
Hearing completion it is expected that
the steel will soon reach that point.
The company intends te inguarate a
regular train service to Lynch  i-reek
on the 1st of September,
Gateway Lodge Installation
Last evening District Deputy Grand
Master T. L. Crossen, assisted by  tho
Labor Day Picnic
Arrangements are now being completed for the holding of a monster
union picnic on Labor day this year,
by the members of the several labor
unions of the Boundary district. It
lias been decided to hnlil the picnic at
Curlew lake. The unions of Grand
Forks. Greenwood, Boundary Falls
and Phoenix have signified their intention of taking part and sending
large delegations, and it is anticipated
that tliiit* will be au attendance of
probably 3U00 al the picnic on   Mnn-
ilav, September 1', next. It is expected that two brass bauds will be
in attendance, and special railway ao*
coinmoilatioiis will be provided. This
will be the first time that all the
unions of tlio Boundary have been
able to hold a united picnic, though
last year several of tliciu held one at
the same time and place.
The meeting of tho license commissioners Monday night, after the adjournment of tho city council, ended
the dispute regarding the cancellation
of two liquor licenses at the previous
meeting of the board, and the final
result might properly be called a compromise, the Grand Forks hotel being granted a permit, and tho Square
closed its doors at 12 o'clock that
Only Mayor Hammar and Commissioner McCallum were present.
Mr. A. C. Sutton appeared for the
licensees. He contended tbat the
cutting out of the Square hotel was a
hardship on the coinpany who owned
the building and thought that they
should be given a chance to make the
required improvements.
The mayor, in reply, said that although warned repeatedly as to the
condition of the*property, the owners
had made no serious attempt to make
the necessary repairs. Five of the
rooms had been depleted of their furnishings some time ago, thus clearly
violating the Act, which demands constant furnishing of a specified number
of rooms. The mayor refused to issue
permit, and the license therefore
lapses. Under tho present Act, no
additional license can again be granted until the population of the city
reaches a certain number.
Mr. Sutton then took up the claims
of tho Grand Forks hotol, pleading
that it was a case which called for reconsideration. Commissioner MoCal-
lum did not like to discuss the matter
without a full meeting of the board,
and stated that if similar cases wero
presented he would feel inclined to act
precisely as he had d jne already. The
mayor admitted that after two visits
to the property in question he would
concede that Hartinger, the licensee,
had spent a considerable sum of money
on repairs, and that as he had purchased the building only a short time
ago, and had the necessary number of
rooms, he felt inclined to issue a permit giving the proprietor an opportunity to place the property in propel repair, and eonstrucAa septic tank,
thus fulfilling the sWiitary requirements. Commissioner McCallum protested to some extent, but said he
would not, oppose the permit under
certain conditions. Finally a permit
to conduct the business of tho Grand
Parks hotel was issued, dated until
August 15th, and pending the prosecution of such work as would put the
place in thoroughly satisfactory condition.
Change of Firm
On Monday last Geo. McBean purchased N. T. Johnson's interest in
the Winnipeg hotel, and will here-
afteJ conduct that popular house himself. Mr. McBean is a first-class
class liotclniau, and under his management the Winnipeg will undoubtedly increase in public favor.
Mining Stock Quotations
Nkw YoilK, July 17. —The following are today's opening quotations for
tin- 8took mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
,1.-10.00    120.00
,    5.75       6.62$
. 11.00     10.76"
Dominion Coppi
B. C. Copper....
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, July 17.—Silver, <>!■•£;
lead, $5.25; electrolytic copper, 20A("
21; casting copper, 21].
London, July 17.—Lead, £20; silver, 3 li.
P. H. Burnham, local general
freight and passenger agent of the
Great Northern railway, has been
confined to his home during the past
week by illness, but it is expoctod he
soon be out again. GUj? Stowing Bmi
Published at Graml Porks, British Columbin.
Q. A. EviKS  Editor nnd Publisher
One Yenr  Sj s0
One Year (In advance) ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.''.'.'."'.'l''
Advertising rntes furnished on apo
.i",    notl"e8. "> "■»•• ' oonts per line.
Address all coiniutiiilnntioiis to
The Evening Sun,
Phone BJ4 Grand Fohks, B.C.
for from the eastern factories, and the
workmanship is superior to the factory made article. He has also just
received a new line of picture mouldings.
FRIDA*!',  JULY 10,  1907
Which Is Better for Canada?
Less Revenue.
No Surplusses.
Additional Debts.
See G. E. Foster-
Hansard Nov.
29, 1906, p.'404
Race and Creed
Religious Bigotry.
See Dr. Sproule
and Colonel Sam
at Vancouver.
Increasing Revenue
Lower Duties.
Big Surplusses.
See Fielding   Budget Speech.
Harmony Between
Religious Freedom.
See Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, Hon. Mr
Mr. Bureau.
When an administration has been
more than successful—at a period
when the people are enjoying prosperity to a marked degree—when the
policy of the government of the day
leaves little to be desired, tliere should
be some very potent reasons advanced
for demanding that the party in power be dismissed and another one substituted. Today, however, we find
the Conservative party disturbing the
people with an insistent demand that
the affairs of the country be handed
over to them, and that Sir Wilfrid
Laurier and his government be deprived of office. If one studies the
speeches delivered throughout the
country by the representatives of the
Liberals and tho Conservatives, what
is found! The Conservatives are loud
in their attempt to provoke race and
creed prejudice. They endeavor to
excite one class of people against another. They are bitter in their vituperation against their fellow citizens,
the French Canadians. They are blatant and fanatical in their ravings
against a class which numerically
forms nearly half of the total population of the Dominion. Would it be
prudent to deliver the government of
the country to men who fail to realize
that in the Dominion of Canada all
have equal rights conferred by the
constitution? What would happen to
I lie element known as French-Canadians should the Conservatives attain
to power! What guarantee would
these people lulls* that their interests
would be safeguarded and their rights
protected if the power to administer
public affairs fell into the hands of
their avowed enemies! This is a subject worthy of grave consideration.
For a Conservative government to assume power, after alienating the good
will of nearly half the population of
Canada, would be nothing short of ■■
calamity. If the inflammatory
speeches which have, recently been delivered rest upon a basis of sincerity,
then it is reasunable to assume that
Mime drastic action would follow upon
the acquisition of power by the Con-
servativos. Such being the case, then,
the constitution itself is threatened,
because within its four corners the
rights of all are determined, and o
infringe these rights is to challenge
the validity of the  constitution itself.
li. 0. McCutcheon, the cabim t
maker i- rapidly developing a new
industry in the city, and at present
he is complaining because his quarters
are too small for the amount of work
l„. is turning out. Recently he hts
received soino large orders for mis*
sion oak chairs, lie is able to manu-
sacture this class of goods at a lower
cost than thev can he laid down   here
Dr. W. Newcombe, the well known
and popular Midway physician and
surgeon, has entered into a partner
ship with Dr. C. M. Kingston, of this
city, and has commenced practicing
his profession here. Dr. Kingston
will leave this week on a well deserved
vacation trip to eastern Canada and
the eastern states. He will be gone
for a month or two.
Captain nnd Mrs. Sainbury and
Lieut. Dawe, who havo been in
charge of tho Salvation Army
work in this city for thc last six
months, have received orders to take
farewell on Sunday, July iilst. They
will hold a farewell social on Tuesday night, July 23rd. They wish
to thank the many friends in this
city who at different times have
shown them many kindnesses.
Knox Presbyterian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m.j Sabbath school and Bible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
in. All ara cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist CinniciijRov.Schlichter,
BJA.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Church, Hev. F. W. Au-
vacho, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school anil Bible class at. 3 p.m.
Bicvci.es ano Repair Work—A
complete line of 1007 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
A couple of patent medicine street
fakirs did a thriving business at the
corner of Bridge and First on Thursday evening. It is a safe wager that
their "cure-alls" will do the purchaser more harm than good. The
average person needs but very few
drugs; in fact, it is generally conceded by the well informed that
more healthy constitutions are undermined nowadays by the indiscriminate use of patent nostrums
than are cured,
Attention is called to McCallum k
McArdle's new advertisement in this
These are strenuous times for the
professional reformers. Mayor Sphraitz,
of San Francisco, has haen sentenced
to five years' imprisonment in the state
Mr Fred McKeehan, U. S. immigration inspector at this point, last
week received a letter from his wife,
who is at present visiting in the east,
stating that her mother had just died.
J. B. Henderson, who has charge
of the construction work for the West
Kootenay Power k Light company at
Bonnington Falls, visited his family in
this city last Sunday.
Holy Trinity church annual garden
fete on Mr. J. B. Henderson's grounds
Wednesday evening, July 21th. Ice
cream, tea, candy, etc., on sale during the evening. Grand Forks band
in attendance.
Fred Heslewood, who was married
in Northport last week, was in the
eity last Monday with his bride en
route to their home in Greenwood.
Mr. Heslewood is a brother of Mrs.
Henry Steele and Mrs. A. C. Sutton,
of this city.
Leroy B, Clark, of St. Paul, general advertising agent of the Great
-Northern railway, was a visitor iu the
city last Monday.
For some time past there has been
a growing feeling of dissatisfaction
among the settlers up the North Fork
at the condition of the roads iu the
district. 'Tliere will lie u meeting at
tin* North Fork school house on Saturday, July 20th, at - p.m., to discuss
the situation, anil it is expected that
every settler in that section will be
Mrs, Lizzie Long, of Blairville, Pa.,
is visiting her brother, .James Kiddle,
in this city. The two had not met
for twenty-seven years prior to this
E, Spraggett, road supervisor, re
turned from Gloucester eamp yesterday, having completed the road between that camp and Franklin. He
will now turn his attention to the
I'hoenix road.
The Sun
Globe for §
ai,d  the Toronto Weekly
.uu per year.
Danger in Corn Salves
They usually contain acids and burn
the flesh. The one safe cure in liquid
form is Purnam's Painless Corn Extractor, which is purely vegetable,
causes no pain and cures iu one day.
Don't forget the name—Putnam's.
Advertise in  The  Sun—the paper
that most people reads.
Similkameen Land District, West Kootenay District.
1AKB NOTICE, tlmt W. K. Eslliif**, of Ross-
Itinil, 17 C, l).v occupation ii publish.;!', intends to tippty for a snepiiil timber license
over tlio following described lunds:
Locution No. 1—CommenciiiK at a nost
plunted aliotitthree miles south und about
140 ohainseast of the southwest corner of lot
27-Jti,Osoyoos Divivision of Yule District, be-
Ing also nt the location posts of the Webster
timber locations; thence west Mi attains,
thence south SOot-talliS- tbenceeast 80 chuins,
thenee north 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
or less.
Date May 1st, 1907.
Locution No. 2—Commencing ut u post
planted about 40 chuins sttuth of the south-
eust corner of Location No. 1; thence north
MUchnius, thence eust 80 chains, thonce south
80 chains, thence west 80 chuins to the point
of commencement, uud containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date May 1,1907.
Location No. 3—Commencinff at a post
planted nhout a mile south of the northwest
corner of Location No. 1; thence south 40
chuins, tbenceeast 80 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence went.180 chuins, thence north
80 chains, thence east 40 chains to the point
of commencement, und containing 1-10 ucres,
more or less.
Date May 1,1007.
Location No. 4-Coinmoiicinjr at a oost
planted ut or a short distance west of the
southeast corner of Locution No. 2; theuce
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chuins to the
point of commencement, und containing <>4I)
acres, more or less,
Dute May 23,1907.
Location No. 5—Commencing at a post
planted at the snmc pluco as the locution post
of Locution No. 4; thence south 80 chains,
thence wet-t 80 chains, thence mirth 80chains,
thence east 80 chuins to tlm place of commencement, and containing 040 ucres, more
or less.
Date May 23,1907.
Location No. 6—Commencing at a post
planted one mile south or southerly from
the southeast corner of Location No. 8;
thence nortli 80 chains, thence west 80 chuins,
thence south 80 chains, theuce east 80 chains
to the point of commencement, nud containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date May 23,1007.
Location No. 7—Commencing nt n post
planted nt the southwest corner of Looatlou
No. 4; thence eust 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chaius, thence north
So chuins to place of commencement, und
containing M0 acres, more or less.
Dato May 28,1907. i
Location No. 8—Commencing  at  a  post
Slanted at the northwest o-riier of Locution
o. 7; theuce south 80chnins, theuce west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains to the point of commencement, und
containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dute Muy 23,1907.
Locution No. 9—Commencing nt a post
plunted at the northwest comer of Locution
No. 8; theuce south SO chains theuce west 80
chuins, thence north Mi chains, theuce eust
80 chuins to the point of commencement, uml
containing010 acres, moro or less.
Dute Muy 23,1007.
William Kkmiii.ic KSL1NO.
J. D, Andrksun, Agent.
Similkameen   Division   of Yale  District,
Yale Land District.
TAKE NOTICB thut Joseph Wiseman, of ihe
'ity of Orand Korks, lu the Province of
llritish Columbia- farmer, int.'mi* to apply
for special timber licenses over tin) follow ing
described lands, nil -iiiiiite in tin- HiniHku-
m  Division   of   Yale District, I'lovinrc of
lliltlsh Columbia, namely I
No. 1. Commencing ut a pott marked "Joe
■*. (semap's southwost corner," plnnted on the
cast   bauli  ol   the  Wist   |**ork  Of  the North
i'nrk of Kettle Kiver.ttboui forty- ii*-.
north tr 'in the jiiii-il-in ol' the Unit uml
West Porka of the North fork of Rottlo
Ulver j tbence north along the said hank so
cluiiNN, th-'iicc east 80obni.ll. thence sunt I) 80
chains, thence west BOohalna to point of commencement, ooutallltug Ok- acres.
Located the lltli day of May. 1007.
JOB WlMtMAN, Locator.
No.2. Commencing ut ti post murked ".Joe
Wisemans Bouthwest oorner," planted on the
hunk of the said Wait Pork, about half a
mile north from Ihe northeast  hit of the
u'oro-described Location No. It tbence 160
chains cast, thence 40chains Minth, thence 100
chnttis west, thenoe 40 ohains north to the
point nf commencement.containing $40 ucres.
Located tlte Uth day of May, 1IH-7.
Job Wiskman, Locator.
No. 3. Commencing at ti post marked
■*Joe Wisomnn'isoutheast corner," plnnted
on the hank of the said West Pork, about
three miles north friim the ufore-described
Location No. 2; thence north along the said
West Pork 40 ohains, thence 160 chuins east,
thonce 40 chains south, theuce 160 chains west
to the point of commencement, containing
040 acres.
Located the Uth day of May, 1007.
JOE Win km as, Locutor.
No.4. Commencing ut a post marked
"Joe Wiseman's southeast corner," planted
on the west bank of the said West Fork,
about three miles uorth from the afore-
described Location No. 3; thence 160 chains
north, thence 4o chains west .thence 1110 chuins
south, thence 40 chains cast to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Located the 1Mb day r.f May, 1007.
Joe \Visemas, Locator.
Dated this 1st day of .1 line. 1007.
For Sale
o41so an Assortment tf £2£
ff We Want
As we have a number of enquiries   for
small   farms.    We expect  a   number of\
buyers in Grand Forks at an early" date.
It you have farms for sale, call on
A. Erskine Smith 8 Go.
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Fish and Game in Season
Great Northern Railway
Exposition Rates East
Winnipeg - $53.70
Jt.Paul  53.70
Jt. Louis    61.20
Chicago  65.20
Toronto  79.70
Ottawa 83.75
(^Montreal 85.20
Dates of Sale:
August 8,9,10, September II, 12.13
90-day Limit.
Round-Trip Rate to Jamestown Exposition $92.15
60-day Limit.
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
Almk.-Viikon Eipoiltlon, Sialllc, June-October, 1909
Wise People
Bu/" their
From lis, because the quality of our goods is such
thnt friction between the cook and the better half of
the household is entirely eliminated. Our prices, too,
are so reasonable that the head of the family pays his
monthly grocery bill at our store 'vith a satisfied
smile.    Try us and be convinced.
Phone No. 30s
=Opposite CP.R. Station Entrance Examinations
The rural high school entmnco examination results ore announced by
the department of education. The city
results will be announced in tho course
of a week or so. Of a total of 354
candidates in the four inspectoral divisions in tho province, 143 passed, or
about 41 per cent.
In No. 3 inspectoral division, embracing nor.-municipal schools in East
and West Kootenay, there were 4G
candidates and 15 passed.
The details for the Boundary district are as follows:
Grand Forks—Number of candidates, 1; passed, 0.
Greenwood Centre—Dem I wood—
Number of candidates, 1; passed, 1;
Klsie F. Graham, 550.
Greenwood—Number of candidates,
7; passed, lj James  ll. Galloway, 5(i5.
Midway—Number of candidates, 4;
passed 1; Barbara M. Jackson, 567.
Phoenix—Number of candidates,
lj passed, 0.
tendencies, coupled with great talking
At present it takes about sixteen
lights in Grand Forks to make one
The man a\1io votes f<
never loses his vote.
or  a principl
Finland's first trouble with the
nineteen women in her legislature will
come when some mere man gets up
and moves that the debate on a i[ues-
tiou be closed.
Sometimes a moment seems like a
year—especially that moment when
you are waiting to see if your wife is
or is not going to accept your excuse
for failing to come home before midnight.
A scientist has discovered that bullets carry disease germs, but we assure him that we needed no information of that kind to strengthen our
determination not to stop any bullets
if we can help it.
An intoxicant recently discovered
in Africa compels people to tell the
tjuth. If it is ever introduced into
this countiy it might be well for the
, average man to steer clear of it if he
is staying out lafe at night.
To the true gentleman diffidence
and modesty are still the chief charms
of maidenhood.
Brown eyes indicate gentleness,
generosity and kindness; blue eyes indicate intelligenee,firmness and quick
ness, says an eminent eyeologist.
Black   eyes   often  indicate pugilistic
Oii<"petr* Clonried ami Laid.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered and Cleaned, and
other jobs in tlte honse-
al6atilngline, Rubber Tires
for Uuby Curriuj^t-s.
Second Hand Goods
A. J. Stewart
General Blacksmithing
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors nnd
First Street
Grain! Tories, B. C.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Graud Forks, B, C.
the world is lilled with miisik and up-1
pie blossoms, and carries honey from
the lily's dainty kup to the hen tree
whiten belongs two sum farmer in the
ilence wood. He sees only whnt is fare
and he sips onlv what is sweet, he
leaves the chaff and takes tho wheat!
The pot© sez hens works for man nnd
never hurt the tiny Hour hut leaves it
there beside thee rode side just where
thee Lord he made it grower! ! 0
bens ! Sweat hens ! on tleeing wing
yew hnve to work like everything nnd
wnid in honey two yonr kneas hut as
for ine, i do not sea how yew- knu keep
from Bneezing, hen ll makes me
sneez tew stick inv nose down in thee
grass where clewdrops blows and onct
i atlick it in a rose—ahea jumped out
nnd stinged my noze, 0 hen. 0 hea—
0   hen,   0   ben—G   gee! that's all I
A school bey once wrote this essay
bees: A bea is a vocalist on won
end and a torrid zone on the other !
A hen's hind feat is hotter than n slate
roof in August. Onet a pote with
long hare and a celluloid kollar mended with brown thred rote a throbbing
ballad entitled "How doth thee littel know about thee bea !
busy bea," and boys ain't had no fun
since becaws their mas is alius telling
them to Improve eaoh shining minute
and rolling stones doau't gather no
moss. The honey-bea goes out in the
morning when the sun is standing
tiptoed on thee mountain top and  al
Growing Old Before Your Time
Broken in spirit, weak in body,
nervous anrl discouraged. Something
is wrong, and each day sees you failing away. Just one thing to do—
build up. To do this, use Ferrozone.
What a tonic it is! Appetite, why it
makes you eat tremendously, Digest,
indeed you will. Rich red blood will
carry nourishment to every corner of
the body; tired organs take on new
life; color, spirit and ambition are restored. Perfect manhood and abounding health is the unfailing product of
Ferrozone—try it, 50c per box everywhere.
"Black Kye No. 1" mineral cluim, situate lu
the Grand ForUs Mining Divisiun of Yale
Where located:   In Brown's cnmp.
TAKE NOTICK that   I, Peter  T.   McCallum,
noting hs agent for Nell McCalluin, Pree
.Miner's Certificate No. BHIBH-I, and Donald
Morrison, Pree Miner's Certificate No. BlOfi-W,
Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Milling Recorder for q Certificate of Improv-jim-tin- in. ti.o purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Duted this 8th day of June, A.D. 1007.
NOTU'E Is hereby given that sixty days
after dute hereof I Intend to apply to the
Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for the right to puruhasethe following described lauds on the North Pork
of Kettle Klver, thut Is to say: Commencing
at a post plunted at southeast corner of li.
D. .Jones1 land pre-emption; thence Sll chains
north; theuce 40 chains west; thence SOehalus
south; theuce 40 chains eust, to place of beginning, containing 820 acres, more or less.
Dated at Grand Forks this5th day of April,
A. D.1907.
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after
date hereof I intend to apply to the Honouruble Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for tbe right to purchase the following described lauds on the North Pork of
Kettle River, thut. is to say: Commencing al
u post plunted at the North East corner of R.
I). Jones' old luud pre-emption; (hence 40
chaius north; thence west 80 chains; theuce
south 40 chuins: thelice eust SO chains to
point of commencement, containing 820
acres, more or less.
Dated   at Grand   Korks  this 12th   day   of
April, 1907.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Do
r\   Ruilwuy Rolt i
minion    Lands   within   the
f British Columbia muy be
homevteadod by any person who Is the head
uf a family'or any mnlo over eighteen yenrs
of ago, to the extent of one-quarter section
of Hill u*-r,*s, more or less
Kutry must I ude personally nt the local
land offloe for the district! in which Ihe land
is situate.
The homesteader if required to perform
tbe conditions connected therewith  under
one of tbe following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the laud in each year for three
(2) if the father (or mother, If the father Is
deceased), ofthe homesteader reside*, upon a
farm In the vicinity of thc land entered for.
the requirements as to residence may be nut*
islicd liy such person residing with the father
or mother.
01) If the settler lias his permanent red-
deuce upon farming land owned by him in
the vicinity qf his horanstead,the requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by
residence upon the said land .
Bix months1 notice In writing should be
given tlte Commisslon'e-r of Dominion bauds
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coul—Coai mining rights nitiv bo leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI.OO per aore. Not more than
2,560aores shall be leased to one Individual or
company.   A royulty at the rate of live cents
per ton shall be collected on the merchant"
■il ile coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized   publication   of   this
advertisement will uot he paid for.
SogyuStlu!) iii Rare Value
A (list'iiseil condition of tin' surface
of the ftir passages caused hud breath,
hut more commonly emanates from
indigestion or an impure condition of
the blood. Thousands of cusps prove
that I)r. Hamilton's Pills, through
their specific action on the secretory
organs, not onlv cure bad breath, but
so thoroughly jiurify the system that
anything suggestive of blood or digestive troubles is impo sbe Throi gi
Dr. Hamilton's Pills the skin grows
rosy and clear, activity of the blood
and mind increase, and bounding
health is established. .Sold everywhere in 25c boxes.
10 1-2 acres first-class land, with comfortable
5-roomed house; river front; suitable for
market garden or chicken ranqh.
80 acres excellent fruit land; level; ready to
plant,    c A bargain.
311 acres, suitable for a dairy; 10 acres good
meadow; 30 acres easily cleared; good timber; good grazing and range. Price per acre, L
$5.00.   For particulars see \
Cor. First and Bridrje Sts.
Similkameen band District, District of Yale,
Proviiiue of llritish Columbia.
TAKK NOTIOE thatt'hurles Leverty McAllister, of the citaLof Graud Forks, province of
British Columbia, contractor) Intends to
apply for a special timber Hceii-ie over the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on
the west bank of the West Fork of the
North Forth of Kettle river, about forty
miles from the forks of suid river, marked
"C. L. McAllister's south-east comer post;"
thence nortli -III chains, theuce 100 chaind
west, theme south 4U chains, the-ice east 100
chains tn point of commencement, and con*
tabling* 640 acres, more or less.
Dated this ilrd day of June, A.D. 1D(I7.
Charles Levekty McAllister.
Sbiiilkumeen Land District, District of Yule.
Province of Hritish Columbia.
TAKE NOTICK that James Highmore Hodson,
of the city of Grand !''orks-,province of British
Coliimbiu, merchant, intends to apply fur u
special timber license over the following described lauds:
Commencing at u post plauted ou
the west bank uf the west fork of the north
fork of the Kettle river, about forty aud
one-half miles from the forks uf suid rivers,
marked "J. H. Hodson's south-east corner
post;" thence north -10 chains, thence west
imi eliiiin*-. thence south -10 chains, theuce eust
ItiOchuins to point uf commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated this 3rd of J line, A. D. 1907.
James Hiuhmoiie Hodson,
By his attorney in tact,
C L- -McAllibteh, Agent.
Similkameen Luud District, District of Yule,
Province uf British Coliimbiu.
TAKK NOTICE thut John Aylmer McCallum,
of the e£ty oi Grand Forks, in the province
of British Columbia, city clerk, intends io
apply torn special timber license over tue
following described lunds:
Commencing at u post planted on the
west Imui. uf the west fork of tiie
north fork of Kettle river, about loi-ty and
three-fourths miles from the lorhs i)f*s*tiil
river, marked "J . A. McCalluni'i south-can
corner post;" theuce -lo chains north, tueuce
went ].;■- chuins, tiience south 4u chains,
theuce eastlOU chuins to 1'olut of commencement, containing U4U acres, luore or le*&.
Duted iliiD.'Irddtiy of June, A. D.1907,
John Aylmek .\ic< allum.
Similkumeeti Luud District, District uf Yule
Province of British Coluinbiu.
TAKE NOTICE mat liarrj null,of the city of
Grand Forks, in i in* province ol British Co
lumbiu. stadi'ii agent, luteuds to apply for a
special timber license over tne following du-
•jcribed Juin.it,:
Commencing at a post plunted on
thc east banlt ol thu west lurk of tbe uorth
fork of Kittle river, about forty-three niilc»
irom the forks of -mid rivers, marked "Harry
Hull's uorth-wu»t coiner post;" theuce 100
chains east, thuiiue IocuuImh south, theuce 100
ciiuins weBtt theuce-10 chains uorth to point
of uoinmeiioemeiit, contuiuing tilu acres-more
or less,
Duted this 8rd duy of June, A.D. (907.
H.tllHV U.M.I.,
Similkameen Lauu District, DUtriut of Yale,
I'roVlnee of hi Hull Columbia,
.Akiv   NUl'lOd   mat   boorgo    Charles Mc-
■-rcgoi.oi tm city of (irand Forks, In tue
province ol British Columbia, clerk- lutendi
io uiM'l.v lor " Hpeuial timber licenseovei
liic followingd rlbed laud-*,:
Commencing at a post  plunted   ou   the
west  iiauk oi tne west  foik  of  tin
fork of Kettlo river, about torty-iiv-
from the forks ot said river-*, marked
ii in- Hit
. 40clu
-ih, tol'*
' tin
of commencement, aid con aiulna oio ucres,
more or less.
Dated tlllsUrd of June. A. D. I'M.
Muiilkamccnl.iinfl District, DMrict of Yale,
Province ol British Columbia.
TAKE -NOTICE that Arthur Henderson, of
the city of Grand [forks, iu the provinco of
Urili.ih Columbia, civil.cngincer.  Intends to
apply for a special Umbo*- license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ou tin-
cast bunk ot the west tork of om north
fork of tlio Kettle river, ubiuit forty*
foUr miles -.Irom  tbe   forks  of  said  river-..
marked "Arthur Henderson's    south-west
eurner post;'thenee north lAtohalnt,follow
itig tiie uugicol river; tlieucc east   In chains,
thenoe south ion chaius, theuce west 40ohains
to  point of commencement, containing Wo
acres, more or less.
Dated this Bro duy of June, A. D. 1907.
A in Ul ii  llENPEHSoN.
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Sujiply of
Ice C
ream  and  Summer
Similkameen Land District.
Dirtriet of Ynle.
TAKE NOTICB that Wt'llam 17 McNeill, of
Kosslaed. 17(7, merchant, Intends tn apply
for  a  special  timber   license  ovr  the   fob
lowing described lands;
Commencing at a post planted about u
(liiai-t-.tr of mile south of the Columbia .\.
Western Railway track on sinull creek,whicb
isaboiit three hundred yards wejt of Coryell
Sand Pit, nn said railway, and abuut two
and one-half miles east of Christina Luke:
theuco south 80 chains: theuco west 80
chains:thence north 80 chains; thence eust
80chuins to point of commencement- uml
containing6*10 acres, more or less.
William 17 McNeill.
Walter  P. DOOKBBILL, Agent.
Hated 14th June, 1907.
. Ur
Hot and Cold Baths. Nicely Furnished
Stove-Heated Rooms, Entirely refurnished and renovated throughout.
First.elasH hoard by day, week or
month. Special rates to steady boarders. American and European plans.
Finest Hur iu City in Connect ion.
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
und the hest brands
of wines, liquors and
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
Palace Barber Shop
Hazor Honing a Specialty.
deceive both Ladles and Gentlemen as resident or day students: bus a complete Commercial or Business Course; prepares stu-
deutsto cain Teachers' Certificates of all
grades; gives the four years' course forthe
is. A; degree, and the first yenr of the Sohoo
of Science course, in affiliation with the Toronto University; has especial prospectors-!
course for miners who work In H.C. Instruction Is also (riven In Art, Music, Physical Culture and Elocution. Term opens Sept.l th
1006,  For ' alendurs. etc , address
P.   A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hoteb
I Bridge Street, Grund Forks, B. C.
Heavy mul Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers And Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tblbphonk A129
RUTIIKIlKOItl*   linos., Puops.
60   YEARS'.
Trade Marks
Copyrights Ac.
AnyniK* ,■■:..'.-:;'. A ,k«t***l mill dimcrlltMiIl 111117
qnfoklf MM-rUIn imp o] n freu wlmltiiT 1111
luvitiilli.il I. |,r,.t»iiI.IV |ii,i,'i:ln| I,.. Crmiitiimlrii.
tliiiiMiirli'tlri-iiii-Mi.-i....!. HANDBOOK 0111'nii'-iu
bent Iron. OluOII nui'ii' v fur *>>i uniiK lnitflitN.
I'lili'iiw tnhim tbrouat! .Munn A Cu. ivculve
ip-riol iki'Ii*', vriihuut otiarn, to Oio
Scientific HsneriCuii.
a handiomeljr lllaitrated weeklr. Mrmt rir-
ciiiniii.il nf ahyaolenuao loarnu, Tnnuit,l^a
rean tour rnonthi, |L Bom byall nowidealen,
MUNN & Co.361*--*""*"**"* New York
llruucb Otlau. V& K St., WiiBtilugtui), D, C.
Bicycle Sundries
and Repairing
Foo Lee
Pacific Hotel
Plrst'olau in every reipet
Bnmulo rooms for ->uiniiit-
cial truvclcrs.
Hot nnd Cold Bnt lis.
\Utr in Connection.
PInDM Brandt of Wlnei,
Liquor* ana Oigari.
.- ^■p«^wr-a. * \l i':
1' I'
When You Run Out of Anything
Just drop into the
Columbia Trading Co/s Store
We ean supply you with nearly anything you want at right
prices, and our goods are strictly FIRST-CLASS. Finest
line of Canned Goods in the city. Fresh Fruit and Confectionery always on hand. Wo have a fine line of Canned
Meats and Fish suitahle for picnic parties. Don't forgot the
Have You Tried Bon-Ami ?
Next Door to Queen** Motel.
One llloek from Qreat Northoru Depot.
M. C. Davidson, Manager
hbhs-ti-i-i Wi-ummy:.
Following are the locations, certificates of work, hills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C., of the Grand
Forks mining division, from July
3 to July 17, inclusive.
Last Chance, Franklin camp, Ja-
cob Jaskulek 1-2, Irvine Ballew I 2.
Agreement to sell Frisco, Greenwood camp, Lizzie Walsh to E. W.
Beatty; agreement to sell Tiger fraction, Bay Horse, Early Dawn fraction and Burlington fraction, Greenwood camp, Eric E. Jackson and
John Mulligan to E. W. Beatty;
agreement to sell Trixy, Greenwood
camp, Eric E. Jickson to E. W.
Viking, Gloucester camp, relocation of Bendigo, C. M. Kingston;
Two Friends, Franklin camp, Wm.
Minion    and    Archie    Chisholm;
Dreadnaught, Worcester camp, Leander Merson; Deadwood, Franklin
camp, Wm. Minion and Archie
Chishclm; June Bug, Worcester
camp, relocation of Wonderful, Russell Hill; Sydney, Gloucester camp,
relocation of Mount Morgan, A. E.
Smith'Perth, Gloucester camp, relocation of Ballarat, Geo. H. Rutherford; London, Gloucester camp,
Wm. Spier; Clinton, Wellington
camp, Nelson J. Carson; Regina,
Franklin camp, relocation of Boston, Julius Mueller; Third of July,
Wellington camp, David Oxley;
Eva fraction, Burnt Basin (originally
the Augusta), John Wilford and
Ulrich Kech; C.P.R. fraction,
Brown's camp, relocation of Elsie,
May W. K. White.
Gateway, Summit camp, John A.
McMaster; J. P., Gloucester eamp.
Pete Donaldson; Fidelity, Gloucester camp, Thos. Newby; Layover,
Hardy mountain, P. J. Byrne et al.;
May Queen, Hardy mountain, P. J.
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
.-vz :  ^
Hillheads ami Statements,
Letterheads and Envelop,*****,
Posters, Dates anil Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Curds,
Lodge Constitutions and By laws.
Shipping T-*t*8, Circulars and Placards,
liills in Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements nnd Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything tinned out lu nn
L'p-tii-dutH Printer}'.
-   :.
■ -
■ ■
Good Printing —tlte kind we da—la in itself
un ii(lviTti.s<.*im*nt, and ti trial order wil] convince
you that our stock anrl workmanship (tie <»t' tht
bust. 1st us t'.stinmU' on ynur order. We guar-
untee nafcififaction.
Evening   Sun
Job Department
Byrne et al.; Ruth, Hardy mountain,
P. J. Byrne; 0. K., Gloster City, Pete
Wolf; Evening Star, Franklin canip,
Rogers et al.; Grey Eaglofraction,
Franklin camp, Rogers ot al.; No. 10
fraction, Franklin camp, Rogers et
al.; Silver King, Silver Queen, Gold
King Copper King and B. C, Franklin camp, Joseph M. Paulsen et al.;
Magdelene, Gloucester camp, Fritz et
ah; Horsesipe, Franklin camp, W. T.
Clyde; Crystal Copper, Gloucester
camp, Russell et ah; Agnes.Gloucester
camp, H. W. Warrington; Occidental
Summit camp, D. 11. McElmon; Nol-'
son, Franklin Camp, Chas Nelson;
Thorwald, Franklin camp, Louis Han-
son; Negauneo, Franklin camp, Hoi-
get Hanson; Wonder, Hardy moan-;
tain, Gust Bjorklund; Banner fraction, Franklin camp, Garrison et ah;
Blue Bell, Franklin camp, B. W. Garrison; Silver Butte,  Franklin   camp,
John Holm; Mountain Maid, Franklin
camp, Hull et ah; Wallace,   Franklin I
camp, Clyde et ah; Jumbo, Franklin j
camp, Clydo et ah; Mineral Hill,
Worcester camp, Minion et al.; Russell, Worcester camp, Minimi et ah;
Diamond Drill, Gloucester camp, Wm.
Minion; Florence, Franklin camp,
Archie Chisholm; Nakusp, Franklin
camp, Archie Chilholm; Hope, Franklin camp, Holger Hanson; Walborg,
Franklin camp, Chas. Hanson; Silver
Butte fraction, Franklin camp, Mike
The following table gives the ore
for I90.">, 190B and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix.....	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snnlmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
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, Grecn wood	
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 Falls	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1906 1907   Past Week
801,404 309,455      18,741
8,426 45,630       4,930
104,120     118,432       7,439
1,345 1,370
12,881 4,225
6,404 7,953         2,325
140,685 31,937    992
2,960 5,851    320
26,032 29.342   1,216
48,390 12,670    805
3,555 2,423    210
Overtaken by Nausea
You don't know whether it is going I
to stay  down  or come up.    You feel
like thirty cents and look even worse. J
If ono thing is quicker  than  another, j
it's Nerviline. Ten drops in sweetened
water gives relief instantly.    Almost
like magic is  the   change you experi-1
enee. The cause of tho  nausea is   re- j
moved, every symptom   of   vomiting |
and   indigestion   is  cured within ten
minutes,  When Poison's Nerviline is ;
so trusty and economical, a  bottle at [
home wouldn't be amiss.   Large ones j
for a quarter at all dealers.
Total, tons  1,158,991
Smelter Treatment—
Granbv Smelter  828,879
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
569,905      37,032
Total treated.
579,157       38,260
Almost Dead of Bronchitis
Few people have suffered more than
John P. Taylor, of Dyment P. O.,
Out. Today he is well and writes: "I
must tell you how much Catarrhozone
has done to me. I was so bad with
bronchitis sometimes I thought it
would soon he over with me. A spell
of choking ivould come on that left me
prostrated and weak. Since using
Catarrhozone I have had no trouble at.
all. It strengthened my throat, |
slopped the cough, and gave me free
breathing and entirely cured." Just
the usunl experience. Catarrhozone
invariublv cures whether bronchitis, i
asthma or catarrh Two sizes, 25c
and S1.00, at all dealers.
TAKK NOTICK thnt I. I.'re.l A If nil Summons,
<.f Midway, i'-tlM! District <>r Vnl--, lt.rhi.--li,
nllllllbifl, l-iimlii't luiin, iifit'r sixty iIii.vh from I
the dnte of tho fir.it publication of tliln no-
ilee, In tot i'li piir-siiiiiii (o the "Kivt-r** ami
Stream Act' und Amending Acts, to siibmif
a  |)i'u]iui>nI to tlm Chief Commission*-'!' of
l.t.mls innl Works to Clear   ami   remove   ob-
itrttotiotii   from   tin-   K.-ttlc   River, uml   its
hruiiohe* from where such river crodies the
International Boundary Line, near Midway,
in the DUtrlot of Vale.tn Its and their source
(all In the Qreemvoqtl Mining Division of--aid
District); and the Kettle River from where |
ItaroMei the International Bounears* Line i
from the Srute of Washington into HrltUb
Columbia (near Oarsoti, in the Dlssrlotofj
.Vale), to Cascade, In "aid District (nil in the
Umtid Korks -Mining Division of suid his-
ulet); bv clearing uml removing obstructions
ami matting the same lit for rafting nud
driving thereon logs, timber, uml lumber,
und construct dams, booms, slide-*, uud
chutes, nud maHesucn other improvements
as muy be iK-ci'ssurj for suid pur poses. Tlio
In'nl.- atfeoted ure government hinds, and
Loth 27ii3, 37114, £7ij.V)6!7 nud UtiilS, and Town-
shins tit), (17, 0.1,119,71, 72, 711, M uml 82, ull iu the
SiinilKiiiiiet'ii Division ot Yule District.
Duted nt Midway, B.O., this thirteenth .lay
of July, A. D. li'.7.
Authorized .—BBABIfl—« Paid    Total to    Latest      Per
NambopCOMPANY.              Capital.    Issued. Par. 1006.       Date.      Dute.   Share
Granby Cousolidntod—Cupper... 915,(100,01)0      115,000 $100 $1,1120,000 $2,863,680 June 1907  $8.1 0
Cariboo McKiiiiiey—Gold     l.USO.OOO   1,250,000     $1           546,837 Feb. 1904      .04
Provideuce-Silver       200,000       31,000     $5 10,000        !W,224 Sept. 1906      .60
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Railway Officials Visit City   THE     VICTORIA    HOTEL
A party of prominent Great Nortli-1	
ern railway officials arrived in the city i
at 8 o'clock Thursday evening from
Oroville by special train, the party
having made a tour of inspection to the
western terminus of the V., V. it E.
The party consisted of Louis W. Hill,
president of the Great Northern; F.
H, McGuigan, first vice-president; F,
E. Ward, general manager; A. H.
Hogeland, chief engineer, J. C. Patterson, assistant chief engineer, and
J. H. O'Neill, general superintendent.
Mr. A. B. W; Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby Consolidated,
joined the officials at this point and
accompanied them to Spokane. The
special only made a short stop here.
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