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Sixth Year-
y. Septenibiijr 20, 1907.
Annual Reunion of Boundary
and Okanagan Old-Timers
a Pleasant Event
A Number of New; Members
Admitted—A Merry-
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
The Pioneers' Society of the Kettle
lliver and South Okanagan held
their annual reunion and dinner in
this city last Monday evening, and it
proved to be the ploasautest and
most successful gatherings yet held by
the grizzled old men to whom the
present population of this favored locality owe so much. The dinner was
served in Eagles's hall by A. 6
Sloan, of the Windsor hotel cafe, and
consisted of an elaborate menu, ■ embodying dishes of fowl, game and all
the delicacies of the season. The
meal was well served, which added
greatly to the zest of the banqueters.
A short business session was held
prior to the banquet. Secretary-
Treasurer J. R. Jackson, of Miday,
reported the following members in attendance: R. R. Gilgin, H. E. East,
D. McDonald, A. S. Black, R. A.
Brown, Scott McRae, W. Powers,
Frank, McFarlane, Peter A. Z. Pare,
James Dale, D. McLaren, John McLaren, P. T. McCallum, and J. R.
Jackson, The new members added
to the society at this meeting were
Tom Newby, Wm. Hoffman, L. Murray, John McLaren, Dan McLaren,
Duncan Ross, M.P., D. J. Penrose,
and Bob Yuill.
Letters of regret were read from
Duncan Ross, M.P., S. R. Almond,
VV. H. Covert, R. G. Sidley, Mr.
Moran, Mr. Knight and others.
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President, Jas
Dale; first vice president, R. A. Brown;
second vice-president, S. T. Larsen;
third vice-president, Henry Nicholson;
fourth vice president, A. S. Black;
fifth vice-president, R. G. Sidley;
sixth vice-president, F. Richter; secretary-treasurer, J. R. Jackson.
The secretary reported the deaths
during the past year of C. A. R.
Laiubley, gold commissioner at Fair-
view, and Edward A. Hain, of Midway. On motion, the secretary was
instructed to forward letters of condolence to the families of deceased.
The society selected Keremeos as
the next place of meeting, which will
probably be held on the 15th of September next.
Immediately after the business session the members and a large number
of invited guests seated themselves
around the banquet board. The table, which was L-shaped, was prettily
decorated with flowers, and presented
a beautiful appearance. After everybody had done ample justice to the
excellent viands, the following toast
list and musical program was carried
out. The Sun makes no pretence at
reportiug the many excellent speeches,
as our reporter was there for the purpose of enjoying himself, and not to
engage in frenzied newspaper work:
"The King and the Crown" was
responded to by Judge J. R. Brown,
of Greenwood, who spoke eloquently
and at length on the growth of the
empire,   which   had   started  from a
small begiiiniii'. The pioneers of
this district had laid the foundation for another empire, and from a
modest beginning a few years ugo, the
products of the mines and farms had
grown to gigantic proportions.
"Our Neighbors," suffered a gall
ing defeat at the bonds of The Sun
man. The honor of being transferred
to the top of the list, and to be sand
wiched between such eloquent orators
as Judge Brown and E. Miller, was
so sudden and expected that it took
his breath away. When he finally
recovered, he concluded to let bis reputation as an orator hang in the balance until the next occasion presents
itself. It was the only safe thing to
do, as ne has not visited his neighbors
in Danville for some time.
A song, "Bonny Dundee," was next
rendered by D. D. Munro, with Walter Dewdney as accompanist. In response to a vociferous encore, Mr.
Munro favored the audience with
"Old Black Joe."
The names of Ernest Miller, A. S.
Black and Dr. Newcombe were
coupled with the toast, "The Profes
sions." Mr. Miller spoke in a hum
erous vein, and incidentally disclosed
some of secrets of the legal profession.
It was very aggravating, he said, to
size up a client as only having $10,
and charge him that fee, and then see
him pull out a roll consisting of hundreds. He also paid a glowing tribute to R. A. Brown for his unfailing
optimism. A. S. Black took as his
theme the good work done by the
Pioneers' society. It had relieved
many members from actual distress,
and laid others to rest in a fitting
manner. Dr. Newcombe felt proud
of the opportunity to address the
Pioneers' sooiety. Ho regretted very
much that the president, Mr Nelson,
was prevented by illness from attending the meeting.
Dan McLaren favored the audience with a recitation—one of Dr.
Diummond's old habitant poems,
"One Dark Night on Lake St. Pierre."
"The Province" was responded to
by Martin Burrell and Scott McRae.
Mr. Burrell spoke at considerable
length. He said he never tired of
sounding tne praises of British Columbia, and he expected to get an opportunity to talk on that subject in
England for about four months during the coming winter.
The names of R. R. Gilpin, John
McLaren and John East were coupled
with the toast, "The Rioueers." Although Mr. Ail pin made a nice little
speech on the trials and tribulatiohs
of the early settlers, he professed to be
a better listener than speaker. Mr.
McLaren contented himself by saying
that old-timers were more accustomed
to drinking toasts than responding to
them. John Eust spoke at length on
the mineral and agricultural wealth
of the district. Recent developments,
he said, justified the optimistic views
held by R. A. Brown.
"Our Commercial Interests" was re
sponded to by J. W. Cook tnd D. D.
Munro. Mr. Cook thought it was an
irridescent dream to connect a customs officer with commercial interests.
The only way in which he could possibly reconcile the two warring elements was by tolling a few funny anecdotes, and he did this so well that
everybody were in good humor when
he resumed his seat. Mr. Munro
preferred to hear about- the experiences of the old-timers, instead of being compelled to talk shop.
' Mining" was responded to   by R,
(Continued on Page Three.)
Vivid Description of a Scene
Near the City of Grand
Followed by an Analysis of
the Rock Found on a Well
Known Property
There was given in a late edition of
The Sun an account of the extraordinary prodigality of mineral leads that
are found on the Selene group of
claims. It is our intention today to
relate of other parts of the same
group, different in many respects, but
quite as rich.
Mineral wealth is usually found in
the barren heights of lofty mountains
or in sterile and desert waste, and not
in the midst of smiling fertility, with
all the accessories of civilization. All
who have ever climbed the hill of the
Selene group, rising from the beautiful Kettle valley, have been pleased
with the panorama of exquisite scenery. Through the wide valley the
Kettle flows, meandering under the
umbrage of dark pines and light
green poplars; the waters alternate
rippling o'er stones, or scarce moving
in deep and silent pools. On either
side of the stream are the ranchers'
fields, like patch-work of some old
fashioned quilt, the greeu of the or.
chards contrasting with the rich yellow
of the cut wheat and newly turned up
earth; crossing with sinuous lines the
length and breadth of tho vale, are
the railroads of the three companies;
and there, nestling between the forks
of the river, at the foot of a rocky
pinnacle, is Grand Forks, the future emporium of mineral and agricultural wealth; and all around is the
amphitheatre of wild mountains,
wooded to their summits and maybe
concealing in their vast masses untold riches.
But let us now describe the rocks
that lie at our feet. Schist is the
overlying rock at the top of the
mountain of the Selene group, its
strata much contorted, apparently
crushed and broken when upheaved at
some early epoch of the earth's history. Seamed in every direction by
colored quart/., the appearance is
promising, and there aie many seams
of leuds, but one can find no walls;
but rather, it Would be bettor to say,
too many, for there are walls within
walls; and everywhere tliere are signs
of earth movements, tlio erosion of
rock upon rock--what is slickensides.
Here we have a nodule of quartzs as
a nucleus, uud vuluting ii'oiind it, in
ever increasing widei circles, are colored seams of quartz and lustrous
earthy matter like the whorls of a
periwinkle shell. A little work was
djne here and there, but nothing
definite was found. But there is a
key to every lock, and a solution to
overy mystery; and we now give what
we have discovered. Traversing the
great mass of schist lock are narrow
porphory dykes, which resemble pho-
nolite, and differing from the other
dykes in other parts of the hill. They
are as pure grained as slate, and light
colored, and desscniinatcd all through
them are white lustrous cubes. Eight
of these dykes have  been   traced   for
two hiiudi'.iil yards. They are distant only ten yards apart from each
other. A specimen from one was sent
to an assayer. He described it as
rhombohedral iron pyrites, but if all
the iron is carefully removed by
chemicals, hydrogen sulphide gas
throws down from a clear solution the
black precipitate of nickel sulphide,
aud when the small part of manganese is separated the solution becomes
green, a further proof of nickel. Following the dyke, a drift was made
into the hill. When through the
colored oxide, the rock is very black,
and if examined by microscope appears a mass of metallic matter composed of grey, red and blue metallic
crystals. From tests made, we consider the rock contains iron and
nickel in considerable quantities, and
besides zinc, copper, and manganese,
it assays gold and silver.
In conclusion, let us sum up the
whole matter. We have a great mass
of schist rock—300 or 400 yards in
length and almost half a mile in
breadth, which is rich in minerals and
assays gold, traversed by dykes
which are also auriferous, but $5 is
yet the highest obtained. But only a
little work has uncovered**!*, mineral,
the richest of all minerals, which we
consider sylvanite, a telluride mineral. Nature never entirely duplicates itself, but this locality somewhat
resembles in its geological aspects one
of the richest gold camps of the world.
Finance  Committee   Recommends   Appointment of
City Solicitor
Provincial TrusteeConvention
To the Editor of The Sun,
Will you urge the people to send a
delegate to the convention of school
trustees to oppose the imposition of
so many new and costly books upon
the schools. A new history, geography, and arithmetic are gazetted for
190c). The arithmetic consists of
three parts—one 35 cents, two 40
cents, and three 45 cents—so Morang
says. We have already four geographies. If this new British history is
no better suited for school use than
the new Canadian history, it had better be kept out of the schools.
But Does Not Favor Salaries
for Mayor and Aldermen
Show of Fine Draft Horses
Each succeeding Interstate fair is
attracting a greater number of breeders and importers of fine draft horses,
and the showing at the fair which
opens in Spokune on Septembe* 23
will be an unusually strong one.
M. C. Gray, of Pullman, a well
known breeder and importer, will have
a string of 12 draft horses. Ho will
also bring with him four Kentucky
bred saddle horses, which aro expected
to prove winners in the horse show.
Mr. Gray is best known for his showing of Perchcrons and of French coach
J. Iv Mason, of Latah, will also
make a good showing of draft and
saddle horses. E. E. Dent, of Cheney, will bring 12 draft horses, and
M. Kingsland, of .Spokane, will have
six head of draft stallions in his
McLaughlin Brothers, who havo a
branch house in Spokane, the largest
breeders and importers of draft stallions in the United States, will make
a showing of 12 choice animals.
Secretary Cosgrove has just received a letter from A. C. Ruby, of
Portland, asking if he can bo supplied
with stalls for 25 draft horses which
ho desires to bring to the fair. In
case enough stalls ure available Mr.
ltuby will bring as many animals as
he can secure stalls for.
Bjihe regular bi-weekly meeting of
*tfie city council was held in the
council chambers Monday evening,
Aid. Hardy, Horner, Miller, McCallum, Mcintosh and Woodl-ind being present. In the absence of the
mayor, Aid. Mcintosh presided.
A communication was read from
the local union of the \V. F. M., asking the council and police commissioners to enforce the law against
gambling and games of chance. C.
Bunting made a few remarks to the
council on this subject.
A letter was read from E. Miller,
requesting the payment of R. Mcintosh's bill of $50 for iuspecting the
approach to the Fourth street bridge.
On motion of Aid. Horner and Hardy, the letter was ordered filed.
Clemence Clerc asked tne council
to send the health officer to inspect
her property. She appeared to object
to the condition of the Third street
railway bridge. On motion of Aid.
Woodland and Horner, the hoard of
works was instructed to inspect the
bridge, and the health and relief committee to look into sanitary   matters.
The finance committee approved
of the paymant of the usual number
of accounts. The committee also
recommended that $10 per acre be
paid to the townsite company for a
tank site and right of way, and that
an endeavor be made to secure a settlement respecting the lot at the old
power house; also that the council appoint a city solicitor, his duties to
October 1st or November 1st, as the
council may see fit; also that no salaries be paid the mayor and aldermen
during the present ycai. On motion
of Aid. Horner and Miller, the report
was adopted.
Aid. McCallum moved that the
consideration of the new power contract be postponed until ihe mayor's
return,but his motion failed to receive
a seconder.
On motion of Aid. Woodland and
Miller, tho consideration of tho appointment of a city solicitor was postponed until Thursday evening.
Tho board of works reported in favor of repairing the Columbia avenue
bridge, und tho council authorized the
noccsKury repairs to bo made. The
recommendation of repairing the sidewalk in front of the Avcrili building
on Bridgo street, was referred back to
the board, with instructions to report.
The board also recommended the
grading of Wiunipeg avenue, between
Cambridge and Oxford streets.
On motion of Aid. Miller and
Hardy, the powor contract was laid
over until an adjourned meeting
Thursday evening.
The council then adjourned.
A. B. W. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby Consolidated,
has returned from a business trip to
Victoria and other coast cities.
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Weather forecast
until it rains.
for today:    Dry
The city council has been holding a sufficient number of meetings
recently to legislate for tbe whole
British empire.
As was to be expected, Premier
McBride denies having adviced the
disallowance of the Natal Act. But
the Vancouver World reiterates its
charges, and in the end Mr. McBride's denial is liable to prove a
boomerang that will hasten his po
litical funeral.
tains a very flattering write up of
the city of Grand Forks and the
mineral and agricultural resources
of the district.
No man goes to a banquet for the
sake of the speeches he will hear.
The man who is always trying
something new never does very well,
but he has a great to say about his
steady neighbor being in a rut.
The most sincere person in the
world does not mean it when he
says, "I don't care."
Mix It at Home By Shaking
the Ingredients in a
The average boy's idea of a good
breakfast is an awful jolt to all the
rules of health.
A boiler shop is about the only
place where the man who makes the
most noise does the most work.
The Socialists of this city have
requested the police commissioners
to enforce the law against gambling
and games of chance. As the only
resorts, so far as we are aware, in
which games of chance are brazenly
conducted in defiance of the law are
those where the Socialists congregate
most thickly, it would seem to be
quite unnecessary for the commissioners to act if thi se people would
follow their own precepts. By these
few remarks, we do not wish to
be misunderstood as favoring games
of chance, because we have always opposed gambling in every
form. But we like a consistent
man. We think more of the gambler who professes to be nothing but
a gambler, than we do of the man
who makes a public outcry against
the vice and then practices it in secret. 	
Six months ago a man gave us an
item. Ever since, when we ask him
if there is anythng new, he replies:
"No, nothing more."
Ever think how foolish it is to
bear a grudge? Unkind feelings have
no market value.
Hnndreds of People in Vicinity Here Will Welcome
This AdAice
Women are impressed with the
reckless extravagance of men when
they know how little a man cares
whether he pays $10 for a purchase
or $9.98.
An adjourned meeting of the city
council was held last night, all the
aldermen being in attendance. The
only business of importance transacted was the authorization of the
execution of the new contract with
the South Kootenay Water Power
company for electric power for the
next three years, and the appointment of G. T. Bird, of Vancouver,
as city electrician. Mr. Bird will
assume the duties of his office on
the 1st of next month.
McPhee's "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
coinpany gave a very good rendition of the American classic to an
audience of 600 or 700 people last
Wednesday evening. All the characters were well sustained, those of
Little Eva and, Topsy being particularly meritorious. The concert after
the drama was the best entertainment of its class that has heen seen
here for srme time.
The remains of Edward A. Hain,
who died very suddenly of heart
ailure in Midway last Friday evening, were taken to Tacoma, Wash.,
Monday for burial. The services
were held in the Presbyterian
church, Midway, Sunday, Rev. R.
\V. Ross, of this city, officiating.
The pallbearers were W. Powers, J.
W, Nelson, Jas. C. Dale, J. C. Lun-
dy, C. L Thomet and W. Lee, all
old-time acquaintances of deceaeed.
Hubbard says that if there were
a nation of gods the government
would be socialistic—it is too perfect for mankind.— Greenwood
Ledge. San Francisco furnishes a
good example of a "perfect" socialistic government.
The last issue of the Kaslo Koote-
naian, whose editor recently spent a
couple  of weeks in this city, con-
You often hear people say, iii
speaking of an unusually industrious
person, "He is working himself to
death." Still, you seldom read of
an ailment of that kind iu obituary
notices. And among those who attain longevity, the drones, you will
notice, form but a small minority.
We like to see men returning
home at 6 o'clock in the evening
carrying dinner buckets. It looks as
though they had been doing something during thc day.
If a man has plenty of money to
back up a lot of fool notions, people
call him eccentric, but if he only
has the notions he is a crunk.
A man nobody can quarrel with
has the life problem reasonably well
Great Distress In Her Throat
Not an uncommon experience was
that of Mrs. H. S. Wilmut of Shuler,
N.S. Doctors failed, still a quick cure
was found in Catarrhozone. Notice
this statement: "I have been a most
dreadful sufferer from bronchial trouble and catarrh. On damp days I
would hawk and suffer great distress
in my throat. I used all kinds of medicines but didn't get permanent relief
till I used Catarrhozone. It has
strengthened my throat, cured my
cough and made me entiiely well."
Refuse substitutes for the one reliable
bronchial and throat cure. All dealers
sell Catarrhozone in 25c and $1.00
Knox Phesbytehian Chuiich—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.
in.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
2:30 p. m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:'60 p.
in. All are cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist CHURCH,Rev.Sclilioliter,
BJA.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Suiiday sehool
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Cutjnon, Hev. F. VV. Au*
vuehe, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Sunday
sehool and Bible class at 3 p.m.
Oh, for a Clear Complexion
A clear complexion is the outward
evidence of inward oleanlines. In bad
health the face becomes a sign-board,
telling of disease within. If yellow,
bile is not properly secreted; if pallid,
the kidneys are faulty; if skin is
murky and dark circles beneath the
eyes, look for constipation. Whatever
the cause, no remedy compares with
Dr. Hinilton's Pills, which are mild,
safe, pUi'ifying rnd vitalizing in their
action. They give a maivclously rosy
tint to the cheeks, brighten tho eyes
and establish health that defies age
and disease. Sold everywhere in 25c
What will appear very interesting
to many people here is the article
taken from a Now York daily paper,
giving a simple prescription, as formulated by a noted authority, who claims
that he has found a positive remedy to
cure almost any case of backache or
kidney or bladder derangement, in the
following simple prescription, if takon
before the stage of Blight's disease:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce. Campound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Satsaparilla, three
ounces. Shake well in a bottle and
take in teaspoonful doses after each
meal and again at bedtime.
A well known druggist here at
home, when asked regarding this prescription, stated that the ingredients
are all harmless, and can be obtained
at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture
would be put up if asked to do so. He
further stated ■(hat while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic
afflictions with splendid results, he
could see no reason why it would not
be a splendid remedy for kidney and
urinary troubles and bachache, as it
has a peculiar action upon the kidney
structure, cleansing these most 'important organs and helping them to
sift and filter from the blood the foul
acids and waste matter which cause
sicknoss and suffering. Those of our
readers who suffer cun mako no mistake in giving it a trial.
LOST—Fox Terrier pup; answers to
name of Kid. Return to W. M.
Doull and receive reward.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boun
dary country. And we are the only
oflice in this section that have the
correct material for pint it. The Sun
job oflice.
Similktimemi     Land    District,    District  of
TAKE NOTICB that C. F.   Harrigan, of the
city of (irand Forks, British Columbia,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for
speeiul timber licenses over the following described lands, all situate In Simllkumeen
Division of Yule District, Province of British
No.l. Commencing at a post marked "C.
P. Harrlgau's southwest corner," planted on
the west side of .McFarlane Creek I'i. miles
west of said creek,und about four miles from
the junction between McFarlane Creek and
the North Fork of the Kettle liiver; thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chuins, thence
south Hi chains, theuce west 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.   Dated August 22nd, 1007.
No. 2. Commencing at a post marked "C
F. Harrigan's S. 17 Corner," planted one-
half mile east of the northwest corner of Location No. 1; thence uorth 81) chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, theuce
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres, mure or less, Duted
August Tl, 10.17.
Nn. 3, <.omineuclngat a post marked "C.
F. Hurrigan's S K. Corner, plantH'i ut the
northeast corner of Location .No. i\ thence
uorth 80 chain*, thence wul 80 chuins, theuce
south 80 chains, tiionoe. eust 3m chains to
point of commencement, und coritiituiutf H4D
ucres, mote or less.   Dated August 22nd, 1U-I7.
No. 4. Cum men oln if at a pout market) "(7
17 Harrlgun's H. 17 Corner," planted at the
northeast corner ol Locution So. •<: tlieuae
north 80 chains, thenoe west 80 uhalusi thence
south 80chulns,tlieuoe eu-.t Si'.-huiin to point
of com me Uuu me i it, coutulnlug ti-lv acre-t.moi e
or less.
Duted August 22nd, A. D. 11*7
Similkameen   Lund    Distrlc',    District    nf
TAKK  NOTICK that  0.   V.   Hair.gan,    of
Gram) Forks. ll.O.i occupation Prospector,
Intends to apply for special timber license-,
ov«r the following described land*, all situ-
ate in the "•'Irallkameeti Division of Yale Di*,-
trict, Province of Hritish Co uniblu:
No. 1. Commencing at a post marked "O,
r7 Harrlgau's S. b. Corner," planted at
the junction of Mel-'ar latin Cie**l> uud tho
North Fork of Kettle Klver, and about three
miles uorth of Gloucester town-site; thence
west 80 ehaina, thence north 80 chains, theliue
east Kit chain)*, theuco south .so chains to
point of commencement, coi^ilulug lilu
acres, more or less.
No. 2. Commencing nt a post marked "C.
F. Harrlgau's N. K, Oorner.' planted at the
-southeast corner of Location No. 1; theuce
south 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains,thenoe
uorth 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point
of eommencmeut, containing 640 -acres, moro
or less.
Dated this 23rd day of August. 191)7.
For Sale
cAlso an Assortment tf
We Waul
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.
Fish and Game in Season
Great Northern Railway
Special Low -Round-Trip Rates to
Spokane Interstate Fair
Selling Dates September 21st to 29th and
October 1st and 2nd
Special Low ft A   AW Good o
Rate of H»*ri*l'»f Sept. 30
Final Return Lim ts October 7th
H. SHEEDY, Atfent,
Al.sk.-Yukon BiposltiuD, Settle, June-October, 1909
roBM of None, I    "Black Kye No. 1" mineral claim, situate. In
... .       , n, ,  . , tnimsmim* , r V.I.    !!.• (irand   Furki  Mining l-lvlslon of  Yale
-.mMluiii.ecu Laud District, District of JiiJe. ; DUtrlot.
1 \KK  NOTION that   I, Allien H. Sloan, of      Where hunted:   Iu Brown's camp.
Urand tTorkf, ■-■ *'.. occupation Hotel Man-, TAKE NOI 1(JU that   I, I'eter T. McCallum.
urer- intends tu apply fur n special timher      acting ns niretit  fur Nell McCallum, (Tre*!
iH»»n nvcr the following described lauds
Commencing nt a post planted ahout
-i'v.-ii mill -. distil nt, and in an easterly direction from I'ascftde, H.C, and,!* lying mm tli of
.-ind uilj.iiiilii**- the West Kootenay Power
Ci.mi'Hiiy'N line; thence louth 80 chains,
rhe-ire east 80 chain**,, then** nortli 80 chains,
theuce Wait 30 chains to point of commence*
Donald McCalli'm, Agent.
Dated August 5th, I9u7.
Similkameen Lund District. District of Ynle.
TAKK NOTICE that  I, Albert  B. Sloan,  nf
Grund Forks, H.C .occupation Hotel Muna*
Ker, intend*, to apply fur a special timber
cense over the following described lands:
Commend UK nt a post planted about seven
mites distant, and In an easterly direction
from Cascade, B.C., and li lyiim north of and
adjoluiuii tho West Kootenay Power Company's line; thence north 80 chains, theuce
east mi chains, theuce south 80 chains, thence
west 80chnlus to point of commence incut.
Donald McCallum, Agent.
Dated August 5th, Wl.
Miner's" Certificate  No. FlQftM,~aud" Donald
.Morrison, Free Miner'*-Certificate No. HK.Ni,
Intend, slxtydayi from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Iinu"ilVHineni- tin r|,e purpo-e of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abnve olaim.
And further take notice that action, uuder
section ;c,. iii iisT he commenced hefore thn
issuance of such Certificate of Improve-
Dat< d this 8th dny nt June, A.D. 1907.
fobm of notice.
Slmllkameeu Land District, District of Yale,
Province of Hrltiih Columbia.
TAKE NOTICE that I, M.D. White. Jeweler,
of the cjty of Grand Forks, In the province
of British Columbia, Intends to apply for
a special timber license over the following
described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted 90 chain**
south of the northeast oorner uf Lot No
:x%\ on Deer Creek, on the North Fork of
Kettle River, In the County of Ynle; thence
south n: chains, thence east 80 chatm-i, thence
north .ni chains, thence west ftO chaius to
point of commencement.
Dated this 7th day of August, A. D.1907.
Twenty C. P.   R.   Officals
Were Active in the
West End
Said to Be Prali.Ti.nary to Establishment of Terminal
Twenty C. P. U. o.'Iieials. accompanied by u corps lit pinv. yore,
spent n dny nnd a halt in the city
this week. Durint- mont .f the
time of their stay here thev
were engiiged in making surveys in
the yards in the West end. When
they left here they went to Spo
• kane, where they were to meet
President Shaughnessy.
The Sun learns from a reliable
source that this work was preliminary to establishment of terminal
facilities, roundhouses and repair
shops at this point by the C. P. R.
(Concluded Irom Page One)
A. Brown and John East. Mr,
Brown had been in the country 25
years, but he preferred to let the past
bury its dead and to talk about the
future. He drew suoh a glowing picture of the potential wealth—mineral,
agricultural and lumbering—of this
district that at the couclusion of his
speech everybody in the room felt like
an embryo billionaire. He emphasized
the fact that we needed more railways,
aa there is enough ore in these mountains to keep the smelters running for
ten thousand years. Mr. East, of
Midway, the original owner of the
Sunset mine, made a very comprehensive speech on the mineral resources
of the district.
"The Ladies" was responded to by
Frank Coryell, Win Hoffman, Peter
A. Z. Pare and Frank MuFarlane.
This concluded the toast list, and
the secretary read an interesting paper
from Henry Nicholson, of Fairview,
giving much valuable data concerning
the early history of the Boundary and
Similkameen districts.
P. T. McCallum followed in a brief
speech, expressing high elation for
the opportunity given him to address
the old-timers.
James Dale, the newly elected
president, also spoke briefly, thanking
the society for the honor it had conferred upon him, and the visitors for
their attendance.
W. Powers, of Midway, closed the
speaking. He took occasion to say
that all the speakers of the evening
had taken R. A. Brown to task for
his optimistic views. There was one
good trait about Mr. Brown, however
—no one could accuse him {of being a
On motion of J. R. Brown, a vote
of thanks was tendered the chairman
for the able maniiei in which he had
presided over the meeting. D. D.
Munro and Dr. Newcombe moved a
vote of thanks on behalf of the visitors for the splendid entertainment
given them by the socioty. A vote of
thanks was also tendered Henry
Nicholson for his able historical
paper, and to Secretary J. R. Jackson.
At this moment the clock in the
anteroom struck twelve, and the company joined hands and sang "Auld
Lang Syne."
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, Sept. 18—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.    Bid
Granby 105.1)0     95.00
Dominion Copper     4.50       4.25
13. C. Copper     7.37$     7.12$
The C. P. R. is building a new
section house near the station or
the crew working between this city
and Cascade.
T. Moore Fletcher, the mining
engineer, left for Vancouver this
week, after a fortnight's slay in tin*
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
Complete line of 1907 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheel-
to rent. Geo. Chappi.k, opposite
Postoffice. First street.
Windsor Hotel
. ServeB the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
*■> 9
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
Railway Belt of British Columbia maybe
homesteaded by any person who is the head
of a family, or any male over eighteen j ears
of ape, to the extent of one-quarter seotion
of 160 uerei, more or lean.
Entry muat be made personally at the local
land office for the district in which the land
ii situate.
The homesteader is required to perforin
the conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six month*-' residence upon and
cultivation of the land in eaeh year for three
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father ia
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
farm In the vlolnlty of the land entered for,
the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by such person residing with tbe father
or mother.
(3) If the Mttler hail his permanent .residence upon farming land owned by him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the require*
ments hs to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the said land.
•Six months' notice in writing should be
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coal mining rights nm* be leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 .(Hi per ncre. Not more than
2,8*8*11 aores shall be leased to one Individual or
eompany. A royulty nt the rate of five cents
per tou ahall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
A. J. Stewart
General Blacksmlthlng
and Repairing
Martin Burrell, of this city, will
take charge of tbe British Columbia
fruit exhibit at London this winter.
He will leave for the world's metropolis next month, and during his
visit to the old country will deliver
several lectures on the fruit possibilities of this province.
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors nnd
First Street
Grand Forks, B.C.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Grand Forks, B. C
Gras»d forks Awarded Silver
Cup for the Best District Display
Individual    Exhibitors    Also
Take Man-*' P.izes at
Nelsoii Fair
K telegram was received in this
city yesterday from Martin Rurreil.
who is in charge of the fruit exhiliil
from this -alloy at tin* Nelson fair,
Btating thai Grand Forks lwd len
awarded ihe si-vr cup for district
This is a decided cli-tiiiclion, and
will do more thnn anything hIs.* io
attract the attention of the outside
world to the importance of this valley as fruit growing district.
Metal Quoiaiioiis
Nbw York, Sept. 18, —Silver, 67f;
lead, 84.75; electrolytic copper, n|;
casting copper, I5j.
LoxDON'.Sept. 18.—Lead, .£I!) li.;
■silver, 31-J.
Like a Thief In the Night
That's how pain conies. We sit near
un open window, get stiff neck or sore
baek. Perhaps cool off too quickly
after exertion—rheumatism develops.
Spend what you niuv, but moiii'V cannot bay anything hetter than Poison's
Nerviline. It's penetrating power enables it to reach deep tissues—that's
why it cures aches that ail else can't
touch. For outward appli ation ,ve
guarantee five times more strength
than in any other liniment. Inwardly
it's harmless mul as sure us the hereafter to ens.-* nt onee Don't accept a
substitute for Poison's Nerviline,
which is the one great household panacea ot today.
Rett e Valley Orchard & Land
Company Preparing for
Next Season
Will Set One Hundred Acres
Into Fruit Trees Next
We carry the most fashii .nable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for pint it. The Sun
job office.
Similkameen Land   District,   District   ol
TAKE NOTICE that  Frank   McFarlane,   of
Grand Forks, British Columbia, occupation a Miner, intends to apply for special
timber licenses over the following described
lands, all situate in the Similkameen Division
of Yale District, Province of British Columbia:
Location No. 1. Commenetnj** at a post
marked "Frank McFarlane's N. E. corner,"
planted about twenty chains north of VVal-
luce Creek and about three and one-half
miles uorth of the North-East corner of Paul
Meyer's pre-emption lot flflii; thenee south 80
chains, thenoe west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, theuce east 80 chains to the point nf
commencement, containing 640 acres, mi td
or less.   Located July 22nd, 1907.
Location No. 2. Com mend ni*- at a post
marked "Frank McFarlane's N. E. corner,"
planted at the northwest corner of said Locution No. 1; thence -south 80 chains, thence
west 80 ohains, theuce north 80chains, thence
east 80 chuins to the point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less. Located
the 22nd of July, 1907.
Locution No. 8. Commencing at a post
marked "Frank Mc Par lane's S. E. corner,"
plnnted at the North* West corner of Baid
Location No. 2; thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chaius, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 ohains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located July 22nd, 1...-7.
Location No. 4. Commencing at a post
marked "Frank McFarlane's S. K. corner,"
planted near the north-east corner of said
Location No. It; thence west 80 chains, theuce
north 80 chains, theuce east 80chailiB, thence
south 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less
Located July 22nd, 1907.
Location   No. 6.   Commencing at
3.V   c
marked "Frank McFarlane's S. w.   corner,"
K* tilted near the North-east corner of said
cation No. 8; thence eust 80 chuins, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 --halm-* thenoe
south 80 chains to the poitit of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located July 22nd, 1907.
Location No. 7. Commencing at u post
marked "Frank McFarlane's h. E. corner,"
planted ubout oue mile uorth of the Norht-
eust corner of said Locution No. 6;
theuce north 100 chains, theuce west 40
chains, theuce south 160 chains, thence eust
40 chains to point uf com ■ euceineut, containing --40 acres,more or less. Located July
22ud, 1907.
Location No. 8. Commencing at a post
marked "Frank McFarlane's S. E. corner,"
Ehinted near the north-east corner of snid,
ocation No- 4; theuce west 80 ciiuins, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
theuce south 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 ucres, more or
less.   Located the 22nd of July, 1907.
Location No 9. Commencim-) at a post
Marked "Frank Mo Far lane's S. E, Corner."
plunted about tmlf a mil-1 south of the Northwest cor. of suid Location No. 4: thenee west
160 chains, then' e nortli 40 chains, thence
east 160 cbuins,!hence south 40 chains to the
point of coninipuoeiuoiit.eoutuining 040 acres,
more or less.   Located the 22nd of July, I.H-7.
Location So. 10. Commencing nl a post
murked "Prank McFurlane's N. E. corner,'
plauted lie ui' the South-east corner of suid
Location No. !>: theuce west 160 chains, thenoe
south -Hichain*., thenci-eust lOOi-haitis, tlieuce
uorth 40 chain:' to tint point of commencement, containing 041) acres, more or less.
Located the find of July, 1907.
Locution  No. 11.   Commencing  at a   post
marked "Frank McFarlane'e s. K. corner,"
plunted ahout half h mile south of IbeSoutheast corner of sSld Locuti m No. 10; thence
West lOOehuln-i thence nortli 40 ehiiius,thi*uci>
east 160chains, theuco south 4u chains to the
point of commencement* containing 04u
Here*., more or lrt-s. Located the Undo: Jul.*,,
Locution   No.   li.  Commencing  ut n   post
marked "Frank McFarlatie'i N, h. corner."
planted near   th« -south-east corner of   bald
Locution No. ll; thence west 160 chains,
theuce south 10 chains- tlieuce eust |i.H chuins,
thenee north 40 chains to tht- point of commencement, coiitulning 04ll acrei, more or
less.   Located the 22nd of July, 11**7.
Locution No, 13. Commencing ut u punt
marked "Frank UoFarlaae's s. 17 corner,"
plunted about oue-hulf mile south ofthe
South-oust corner of suid Location No. 12;
thence west 160 chuitm.t nance north 40 chultiH,
tlieuce east 164) chains, thenoe south 40 chuins
tu tlie point of commencement, containing
04liucres, more or less. Located the lind of
July, 1907.
Locution No. 14. Commencing at a post
murked "Frunk McFarlane's N. E. corner,"
Planted neur tho South-east corner of suid
Location No. II); theuce west 100 chnins,
thence south 40 ehuhis, thence eust 100
chains, thence nortli 40 chniu-*i to the point
of commencement, containing '-!" ucres.moro
or less.   Located the 22ud of J uly, lflu".
Location No. ith. Commencing at a post
marked   "Frank MoFurlaue's N, E. corner,"
Clunted near the South-west corner of »a-d
ocutioti No. 2; thenoe west lGOchaius.theriou
south 40 chains, theuse east 160 chalns.thence
north 40 chains to the point of commencement, cotitniuingOlO ucres, more urless. Located the 22nd of July, 1907.
Duted at (irand Forks, U.C, this 14th day
of August, 1907.
Always Carrie*) in Stuck
a Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Hot und Cold Maths. Nicely Furnished
Stove-Heated liunni-. Entirely refurnished mul renovated throughout.
First-class board by duy, week or
month. Speeiul rates to steady hoarder*,. American and European plans.
Finest liar in City In Connection,
Kecefve l.i.tl. Ladles mul Gentlemen as resident or duy students: lias a complete Com-
niert'iul or Business Coin-sel prepares stu-
dentsto (ruin Teiieliers' Certificates of ul]
trrades; l-'ives Hie four years' euurse for the
11. A. ileirreo, iin.l tlte lirst year of the Solum
of nnleiuw.onilrse, In ttlflliutiou with the Toronto University; has aspeclal prospeo ors-i
course for miner* win. wi.rii lu H.C. Instruction ItalBo (riven lu Art, Music, Physleul Culture and Klocullun. Term opens Sept.l th
IDIHi,   Por I iileudars. etc , address
The first meeting of the Ke t'e
Vulley Off-hard & Land Co. was lield
in the utticeol McCallum & M0A1-
t\\e lust Saturday evening, when the
following directors were elected:
B. Lequime, W. J. Honsberger, Dr.
VV. E. Newcombe, F. M. Kerby and
Thos. Newby! This company owns
the old Xe.vbv ranch, and will plant
a hundred-acre orchard next spring.
The Cause of Sore Feet
Examine them carefully and you'll
probably lind coins. Whether hard,
soft or bleeding, apply Putnam's Corn
Extractor. It's painless, it's sure,
and above all quick to act. Insist on
only '"Putnam's."
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81.00 per year.
Carpets denned and Laid.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered and Cleaned, and
other jobs In tho nouse-
cleHi-inf-fline. Robber Tires
for Baby Carriages.
Second Hand Goods
Palace Barber Shop
Razor Honing a Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
l!ri<l|*e Street, Grand Forks, B. C.
Heavy und Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Pas-
8engern and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tei.ki'iione A129
Rutherford Bros., Props.
60   YEARS'
Trade Mark*
Copyright* Ac.
Anyone sendln"** ftiktHefa and description niny
quickly um'i'rii.iu Mir opinion froo wtictlif>r an
In will-in Is pri-titl'l}' |iHiunti.t)lQ. Coiumiiiilcn.
linns strictly (•niiflrteri....]. HANDBOOK on Pstrnts
sent froo. oldest airoii'-v f..r r-n-ruriiitt MiWU.
I'-itimts taken tlir.-ujii Munn tt Co. receive
special nutlet, without 0OMV0, In tlio
Scientific American.
A tmn-lsnmoly lllnstra-o-i weekly. LtfffMt dr-
dilation Of any softn lOfl -i-un.al. Tonus, $.'( a
year: fniir im.riiliH, f:.  Buld byall nowodealoni,
Ico, uu y St, wutniwiun, D. c.
Bicycle Sundries
and Repairing
Foo Lee
Pacific Hotel   p?|£S5
Flrst-nlftHs In overy ret.poet.
Sample rooms, forcotinnor-
'■ial traveler--.
Hot mul CtiM Hritl.*..
■im- in (JoDneatldn.
Fluent Hrnndxof Wit-ps,
1.1.|ilori uml Oiumt.
*0 When Tou Run Out of Anything
Just drop into the
Columbia Trading Co/s Store
We can 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. We have a fine line of Canned
Meats and Fish suitable for picnic parties.    Don't forget the
Have You Tried Bon-Ami ?
Next Door to Queens Hotel.
One Blook from Great Northern Depot.
M. G. Davidson, Manager
Mrs. Gilmour and her two daughters, Misses Edith and Edna, of In-
gersoll, Ont., arrived in the last Friday, and are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor. Mrs,
Gilmour intends to spend the coming
winter here.
last  Monday  for   Cincinnati,  Ohio,
where they will visit with friends.
Mrs. A. B. W. Hodges i.s  visiting
her daughters in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rutley, old
time residents of Grand Forks, who
have been living in Calgary for the
past two years, returned to eity last
Saturday. They intend to visit their
fruit ranch at Chewelah, Wash., after
a short stay with friends here.
Fred Knight, the mining promoter,
returned to the city last Saturday, af-
er an absence of several months.
N. T. Johnson, of Lynch Creek,
had a rib broken last Friday by being
thrown from a carriage in a runaway.
Mrs. W. B. Cochrane and child left
" Mayor Hammar left on Monday for
the coast cities, where he will spend
the remainder of the present month
on business in connection with his
office as grand chtmceller of the
Knights of Pythias lodge.
Chief Savage ii attending the annual convention of fire chiefs in Nelson this week.
Frank Fritz returned from Thunder
Hill camp last Saturday. He reports
that a great deal of high grade ore is
now being shipped from that eamp to
the Trail smelter.
Latham the ladies', while Mrs. Chappie managed to get to the foot of the
class.   Refreshments were served.
The sale of city lots and lands for
taxes last Saturday was very poorly
attended, and most of the property
offered went to the city.
Steel on the Kettle Valley line has
now been laid to a point one mile
north of Lynch Creek, and the sidetracks at that point have been completed. There is still some ballasting
to be done this side of Lynch Creek,
but it is expected that this will be
finished in a week or two. The president of the company is expected here
from Toronto almost any day, and it
is stated that more grading contracts
will be let during his stay in the city.
The local K. of P. lodge gave an
enjoyable entertainment in Eagles'
hall Tuesday evening to its members
and their wives and families. Progressive whist was the principal
amusement provided. Peter Pare won
the gentlemen's first prize, and  Mrs.
We  Are Prepared
To Do lour
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads nnd Statements,
letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Taiis, Circulars and Placards.
Bills of Fare and Menu Card**,
Announcements and Counter I'mls,
Wedding Stationery,
An.I everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock anil workmanship are of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
t$fe Evening   Sun
Job Department
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LOST—One grey horse; weight about
1300 lbs.; ringbone on right hind
foot; brand on right shoulder; had
on halter and short piece of rope
when last seen. Return to or notify W. P. Tierney.
Information Bureau
Following its usual custom, the Spokane chamber of commerce will this
year maintain n bureau of information for the benefit of visitors to the
Interstate fair, which will be held in
Spokane from September 23 to October 5.
The main object of the bureau will
be to list vacant rooms in private
houses for the accommodation of visitors. People going to the fair and
who may not wish to go to a hotel can
secure a room with a private family
: by applying to George Dresher, at the
rooms of the chamber of commerce, in
the new Hutton building. Mr. Dresh-
! er, who is assistant to Secretary Monroe, of the chamber of commerce, will
have charge of the work this year.
Ropms may be reserved in advance by
application to Mr. Dresher, who has
already started the work of listing vacant rooms.
Mr. Dresher will keep a complete
list of all available rooms, together
with the location and price, and this
will be open to the inspection of all
visitors who may wish to take advantage of the work being done by the
chamber of commerce.
This Tonic Build!. Up
Many medicines stimulate, break
down, leave you worse than ever.
Ferrozone is different—it's a blood
former, a nerve strengthened a body
builder. Pale, anaemic girls are given
color and vigor. The tired and sleepless ave strengthened and restored.'
"Better than all tonics I found Ferrozone," writes Mrs. E. F. Castleton of
Woodstock. "I was completely run
down, cheeks were blanched.lips white
and had every sign of anaemia. Ferrozone added to my weight, gave me I
strength, ambition and good health."
Nothing better, try Ferrozone yourself, 50c per box at all dealers.
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
shipments of Boundary mines
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit 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, 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 Falls	
7907   Past Week
433,619      19,377
12,4 14
86 '
*■■• •
Total, tons  1,158,991
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter  828,879
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
844,243      33,065
Total treated..
830,882      33,452
Authorlsod.—BH.HFs— Paid   Total to   Latest     Per
N.I4IOFCompany.              Capital.    Issued. Par. 1906.       Date.      Date.   Share
Granby Consolidated-Copper...IU,*0.C410     115,000 (100 11,620,000 $2,J68,6» June 1907 »S.I;0
Cariboo MeKlnner-Oold     1.J50.000  1,250,000    fl     540,887 Feb. 1904     .04
Provldenee-Sllver       800,000      11,000     $5 16,000       83,224 Sept. 1906     .50
The Forest and Best In tbe Glty.
On Draught Exdusivd**/* at
The Greatest
Ever offered the people of
the Boundsiry Country.
The Toronto Weekly GoIb<
TAKE NOTICK thnt M. H. Burns, occupation I
Carpenter, Intend to apply for a special'
timher license over the following described I
lands: On Bear Creek, west of C.P.R. Line.
Commencing at a post planted about eight
chains from south line of L. 8&-W, theuce west I
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east
SO ohains, thence north hi) chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640 aores, [
moreor less.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1907.
TAKK NOTICE that M. H. Burns, occupation I
Carpenter, intend to apply for  a  special
timber license over the following described
lauds:   On Denr C<eek,west of (7P.lt. Line.  ,-■
Commencing at  a  post  plauted   abuut  20till
-■hull's smith of No 1: thence south SOchahis
thence east 80 chain-,, thence north 80 chains,
thitnce  west (■■• chains   to   poiuf   of   commencement, uud emitiilnlng -Mil acres,   morn |
or less.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1907-
Grand Forks Sun
TAKE NOTICK that I, Fred Alfred Sammons, I
of Midway, in the District of title, British
Columbia,Lumberman, ufier-sixty days from
Iheduto ofthe first, publication of this notice, intend, pursuant to the "HI vers and
Stream Act' ami Amending Acts, tu subniif
a proposal to the Chief Cumin is** loner of
Lands mid Work* tu clear aud remove obstructions from the Kettle Klver, and its
branches from where siiuli river crosses the
International Boundary Liue, near Midway, -
in the District of Vale, to it*.und their source ■
(all in the Greenwood Miniug Division of said
District'; ami the Kettle Klver from where;
itcroi-aes the International Houueury Lille
from the State of Washington into llritish i
Columbia near Carson, in the District of I
Yale),-o Cascade, in said District (all iu the
(irand Kurkl Mining Division of said Dis*
Tift); by clearing ami removing obstructions
and making the same tit for rafting aud
driving thereon logs, timber, and lumber,
and construct dams, booms, slides, uud
chutes, and make such other improvement),
as may be necessary for said purposes. The
land**- affected are government lauds, aud
Lots 2703, 2704,211)8.30*7 and-86*38, and Town*
hhips 66, 67, 68, 69,71, 72,1ft, 81 uud 82, all In the
.Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Duled at .Midway, B.C., this thirteenth day
of July, A. D.1907.
per year
in advance.
The Globe is the recognized national newspaper of Canada, and will keep you well informed
on Eastern events, while The Sun gives you
all the local news.
Leave Your Dollar at Tbe Sun Office


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