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P       FEB 11 1911
Sun.
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Jinth Year—No. 44
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. September 3, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
iple of Neigh Doring Towns
Will Make Exhibits at
the Fair
h
meeting of the directors of the
,nd Forks Agricultural association
held in the city hall on Thurs-
evening.     President   Kerman
sided, and all the directors were
.sent.
^everal communications from the
lartment of agriculture were read
I ordered tiled.
'he attraction committee reported
ress. The total amount availa-
for attractions will be about
(0.
he secretary waB instructed to
te to the trustees of the curling
b in reference to the use of the
k for exhibition purposes.
f. T. Lawrence, who during the
sent week has visited Greenwood,
oenix and Midway, made his re-
:t. He stated ibat a great deal of
thusiasm was manifested in these
vnB, especially on the score of
iking the fair an exhibition to
brace the entire Kettle valley, in-
ad of confining it to a local af
r, as they were of the opinion
it a district fair would be more
.irable. He had received every
iiirance from tiMMi&Sttrt. of the
'dway fair of hearty co-operation
the Grand Forks fair. Several
rangetnents had been made for ex
bits of poultry and fruit from
eenwood and Midway, and also
t a district display from Midway
•d Keremeos.
J. D. Honsberger and H. VV. Col-
18 were appointed a committee to
range for a Grand Forks  district
bibit,   and to take charge of all
jit exhibits at the fair.
The directors of the  Midway fair
jire made honorary members of the
(•and Forks fair.    0. B. Smith and
ayor Mathieson, of  Phoenix, were
fso made honorary directors, in ad-
tion to J. E.   W. Thompson, who
[as appointed al the last   meeting,
uncan Mcintosh, E.  J.  Warren,
|, Salter and Thos. Taylor were splinted   honorary   directors    from
jreenwood.
Mr. Mills, proprietor of the Kiver-
ew  farm  in Ferry county, Wash-
gton, assured the direotors   that
s   would  send   a large exhibit of
'oultry.
A. IX Morrison and  John  Hay
preappointed members uf the fair
micturate as representatives of the
rand Forks Poultry association.
All   parties desiring space at the
lir. must make application to the
ccretitry on or before September 19
That no new  pupils be received
into the primary class (Division 7)
after the 15th of September for the I
fall term.
Tliat no rearrangement ot the
teachers be made at the present
time, but that a male assistant to
the principal for Division 2 be engaged for the January term.
That in accordance with the
wishes of the Eastern Townships
bank, an examination be held by
tbe principal as soon as convenient
of those pupils taking part in the
contest in the silver medal donated
annually by the bank, as owing to
tbe sudden closing of the school last
term no examinations were held.
WON TO GAMES
Kootenay-Boundary Cricket
Team Makes Good Showing at Coast
Advantage in Low Cut Trees
Commercial fruit growers of the
Pacific northwest are more fully
realizing the advantage of low headed trees from an economic or profit
standpoint. Implements for cultivating the ground made so as to
reach under the limbs are obtainable. Heretofore the matter of access for cultivating was the principal excuse for high heads. Jobn
Isaacs, writing in the Orchard and
Farm, states that an old apple
grower, whose trees branch out about
two feet fromjtne ground, remarked
a short time since, that with his experience and appreciating the advantage of low trees, if be was planting a new orchard, he would not
start his treeB over a foot from the
ground. The most successful peach
orchards are started as ctose to the
ground as this, and this is the outgrowth of experience with California
conditions, and those pertaining in
the peach sections of Oregon and
Washington. Apple growers all
over the country are following in the
same lead.
To sum up the advantage of tbis
system: Low pruned trees are more
resistant to the attacks ol insects
than high pruned ones; they are
stronger and bear their, burdens of
fruit better, as they are formed in a
compact mass; their fruit is easier
gathered, as it is well within reach;
the fruit is better, as the best fruit
is always borne on the lower branches of the tree; they shade the ground
and prevent the evaporation of its
moisture, a great desideratum in a
hot climate. These many advantages more than offset the one disadvantage offered in the matter of
somewhat more difficult cultivation.
METEOROLOGICAL
RAINFALL
The record of the rainfall nt thli
since the installation of the govern
ment rain gauge on Cooper Bros'
ranch is:
, IN0HB8	
Rainfall. Snowfal
.September    1.18 	
Octoher  1.17 	
November   1.40
The Grand ForkB members of the
Kootenay-Boundary criket team
have returned to the city from Victoria, where the team participated
in the cricket tournament. The
team won two of its four matches
The opening game was lost to Van
couver by only 11 runs, the score
being 117 to 128 in favor of the
Terminal City team. It also loBt to
the Garrison by a score of 37 to 93.
This was followed by two clean victories, the Portland team being defeated by a score of 182 to 138, and
Nanaimo made a similar ending
with '8 against a record of 180 for
the Kootenay-Boundary team.
Ten teams participated in the
tournament, Division "A" consisting of the teams representing the
Kootenay - Boundary, Vancouver,
Portland, Nanaimo aud tbe Garri
son, while Division "B" were the
teams ol Victoria, Burrard, Albion,
Seattle and Saanich-Strawbeiryville.
Vancouver headed the former and
Victoria tbe latter, and in the final
the Capital City won by 11 runs
Tbe tournament lasted six dayB.
Tiie highest score made againsi
tbe Kootenay-Boundary team iu
single match was 128, whereas the
maximum score rose above that rig
ure in the case of all the other
teams.
A. Wrightson made the highest
individual score iu an inning of the
members ol the Kootenay-Boundary
team, thus winning the bat donateii
Judge Forin.
The following are the averages ol
the Kooienay-Boundary team:
BATTIXC AVERAGES.
ln'gs. N.O. Runs. Av.
A. C. Butler... 7 0 134 19.1
A. WrightBou. 7 o 111 10 5
A StubOs    8 1 :)2 11.4
H.C.Mainiing. 7 I 05 lo.o
G. Wilkinson.. 0 1         Iii 9.1
E. Hacking ..5 2 23 7.2
11. E. Wade... 4 0 24 6,0
F. C. Mahon.. 7 0 35 5,0
J. D  Kerr  8 1 34 4.0
W. J. Pearson. 5 ' 1        17 4.1
L. Oraufurd... 0 I        18 3.8
HOWMNU AVERAGES.
O. Md's Runs Wk's Av.
Pearson 25    8     30       ti G.U
Million 04 10    1(54      18 8.0
Stubbs 65  12    lUti      13 8.2
Butler 53 12   269      17 9.6
Wilkinson...48   8   124      9 13.7
Wrightson... 8    0      33        2 10.1
Kerr  7   0     85       2 17.1
.02
,    .20
.01
.   .95
,29
. 1.21
,  1.45
0.08
n.io:
8,96
6.25
11,00
.80
School Board Meeting
A special meeting of the school
fcoard wns held on Tuesday evening, Messrs. Geo. H. Hull, W. A.
"hooper, J. W. Rutherford, N, L.
Vdclnnes and D. McCallum being
(•resent. The meeting was called
Eor the purpose of conferring with
the new principal, B. R. Allen, who
mis in attendance.
The following resolutions were
ftdopted:
That the physical  exercises   be     Monday being a statutory   hoti-
|;onducted in future by the teachers day, the Grand Forks postoffice will
n their respective class rooms, under j be   closed.    The  general   delivery
he supervission of the principal.        wicket will be open for one hour.
December	
January	
February	
March	
April 	
May	
June	
July	
August  0.64 	
The rain guage was installed ou the
9th of September, 1909, and ou the
9th inst. the record for the past 12
months will be complete.
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
It. K Gilpin, cuBlums officer nt this
purl, imiltes lliu following .■ ■ i..11t-it rupurl
of tht eust ins i.u.-i'i!,!-- at the various
eub.t uBioma utliets, . b iep.>rtfd io tn
i hinf otlice in this city; tor lhe mouth of
AigiiBt: .
(irand l<\irks $1,760.89
Phoeun     (308 U4
CarBon       (io 55
Can, ude         47(J'J
Total 82481.07
The man dug down into a well-
worn pocketbook and fished out a
bill. It was a banknote for $2. It
was also all he had.
"How soon does the train go?" he
inquired.
"In fifteen minutes,'1 replied the
agent.
The man hurried away. Soon he
was back with three silver dollars,
with which he bought a ticket.
"Pardon my curiosity," said the
ticket seller, "but how did you get
that money? It isn't a loan, for I
see you have disposed of the 82
bill."
"That's all right," said the man.
"No, I didn't borrow. I went to a
pawn shop and soaked the bill for
$1.50. Then as I started back here
I met an old acquaintance to whom
I sold the pawn ticket for $1.50. I
then had $3, and he has the pawn
ticket for which tbe $2 bill stands as
security."
Special Prizes
The following parties have announced that they intend to offer
special prizes for exhibits at the
Grand Forks fall fair, October 4
and 5:
For Fruit Exhibits — Eastern
Townships bank, Royal Bank of
Canada; P. W. Ellis & Co., Toronto;
A. D. MorriBon, Grand Forks.
Poultry—"The Poultryman," Victoria; A. D. Morrison, Grand Forks;
R. H. Trueman, Vancouver; Mr.
Todd, of P. VV. Ellis & Co., Toronto; Kingston cup.
BOARD OF TRADE
AnnuaFElection of Officers.
Many Important Subjects Discussed
PERSONAL
P. II. Donaldson, secretary of the
'Irand Forks Agricultural association, returned on Thursday from the
North Fork country, where he had
been in the interests of the   fall fair.
J. T. Lawrence, managing   director of the fall fair, who is canvassing Greenwood, Phoenix and   Mid
way for exhibits, is reported to be
meeting with splendid success.
Ai. Traunweiser, proprietor of the
iule, ieit this week lor Calgary to
vis i uu motuer and brother. He
•vill Spend a month in Alberta during tue limiting season.
L. A. Riudcil, wtiu lives near The
ouu ratten, ieit on Wednesday for a
vacation trip to his oltl borne lu
Loudon, Luglaud, where Ue will
sheila me coming winter.
Hev. M. D. McK.ee, pastor of
Knox cburcb attended Mc meeting
ot lbe Presbytery of Kootenay in
iSelson mis Week.
Martin Burrell, M.I'., who Accompanied the Laurier parly from Kamloops lo Nelson, relurned home ou
Tuesday.
E. .Miller, M.P.P., and J.ohn
Donaldson went over to the Laurier
meeting in Nelson on Monday.
W. J. Cook, P. T. McCallum and
Geo. Clark went over to Nelson on
Saturday to interview Laurier.
Henry Eyer relurned home on
Wednesday from a month's vacation trip to eastern Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Walters will leave
next week for a year's trip to their
old home in England.
Mrs. Percy Clark left on Saturday
last for a two weeks' visit with
friends in Nelson.
A Modern Financier
Heru is an incident that is said to
have actually occurred in a Kansas
town. The man who vouches for
the truth of it was in the ticket
office and watched the proceedings.
A man stepped up to the window
and asked for a ticket to Kansas
City, inquiring the price.
"Two twenty-five," said the ngent.
Commercial grading and packing
of fruit, in which this district is
keenly interested, will be taught
free to all at the school in connection with the third national apple
show, which will be held in Spokane,
November 14 to 19.
F. W. Elmore will reopen his
meat market shortly.
The annual meeting of the Grand
Forks board of trade was held in the
city hall on Monday evening, President Hood presiding. T. A. Mclntyre was appointed secretary pro
tern.
The election of officers resulted in
the choice of A. B. Hood as president, and R. J. Gardner as vice-
president. P. H. Donaldson was
elected secretary-treasurer for the
current year, and J. L. Meikle assistant secretary.
The president appointed the following standing committees:
Freight and Express—E. Davis,
N. L. Mclnnes and G. D. Clark.
Industries—Mayor Clark, W. K.
C. Manly and H. A. Sheads.
Advertising—R. J. Gardner.J. W. ■
Rutherford, Martin  Burrell, H. W.
Collins, F. Miller and the secretary.
The committee appointed at the
last meeting to solicit members and
subscriptions towards fitting up permanent quarters for the board, reported having secured thirty-threo
names and donatioi s amounting to
$37.50.
The question of discrimination in
freight rates between this point and
the Okanagan country to the prairie
provinces was referred to the freight
and express committee.
J. L. Manly addresed tbe board
at length regarding an irrigation
project which, he said, could be
used to advantage. It would require
the hearty cc-operation of every
resident in the valley, however, to
successfully carry out the enterprise.
Sufficient water, he thought, could
be obtained in the vicinity of the
city to irrigate every acre of land in
tbe valley. At present he was not
prepared to say where this water
was to come from, but hoped to be
in a position lo do so at the next
meeting. Tbe hoard promised to
appoint a committee at the next
meeting to assist Mr. Manly, if at
Unit time his plans were more fully
matured.
Mayor Clark stated that at thc
next meeting he expected to be in a
I position to lay before the board the
definite plans regarding the construction of a new sawmill near the
city.
The mayor advocated uu additional grain being made to Thomas
Powers lo defray bis expenses in
gathering an exhibit for tin; Nelson
fair. Tbe grunt of |M) made by lhe
Nelson fair directors for this t>nr-
pose was insufficient, and hi' had
assured Mr. Powers that additional
assist nice might be looked for. The
suggestion waa made thnl Martin
Burrell, M.P., be requested to assist
Mr. Powers in making the display
from tbis district ut the Nelson fair.
On motion, the president and vice-
president were appointed n committee to interview Mr. Burn-ll ami endeavor to induce bim to undertake
the arrangement of the exhibit.
The hunting season opened mi
Thursday, but the people in this
city still patronize the butcher shop K
JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER.
SOLICITOR. ETC.
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Address nil cumin indentions to
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Phonb B74 Ghand Fohks. B.C.
theatre on Monday and Tuesday
evenings. In both plays Mr. Nelson
portrayed French-Canadian characters, and his habitant patois could
not have been improved upon. His
acting in the milder seenes was superb, but in the climaxes a tendency
to ranting did not improve the dramatic eflect of the situations, This
fault he appeared to shun' in common with the other members of the
company. Taken us whole, however, Mr. Nelson's support was good,
uud far ahead of the dramatic talent
usually seen in this part of the
country. Miss Grace Johnson, the
leading lady, was especially charming. The plays presented were intensely interesting, not alone because they were Canadian, but because they possessed dramatic merit.
PERSONAL
SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER .'!, 1910
The suggestion recently made that
the scope of the Grand Forks fall
fair be enlarged upon so as to embrace the entire Kettle valley, instead of confining it to a display of
the products of the city and
its immediate environments, is
worthy of serious consideration.
The promoters of the enterprise, it is
understood, are not averse to adopting this hint, made by citizens of
neighboring towns, although owing
to lack of time and imperfect organization, due mainly to the short time
the agricultural association has heen
in existence, it may not he possible
for them to realize the highest extent of their hopes in this direction
at the approaching exhibition. There
appears to be no doubt as to the
desirability of- the plan. Grand
Forks is centrally "situated, is easy
of access from every point of the
compass, and a general exhibition
hero of the products of the entire
valley and Boundnry country would
not only benefit this city, hut every
town and section of the district.
There should be no jealousies among
the Boundary towns, and there need
be none, because tbe resources and
industries of each differs so much
from the others that there is really
no competition when it comes to
bidding for new settlers. It iB
merely a question of the newcomer's
choice of occupations as to which
town he will locate in. Viewing the
question in this light, it might he advantageous to all if an understanding could be arrived at whereby each
city would be assigned a day for a
big celebration during the year. For
instance, Greenwood could celebrate
Dominion day; Phoenix, Lahor day;
Midway, Empire day, and Grand
Forks would have its fall fair. By
this arrangement tliere would be no
conflicting dates, and the people of
the district could turn out and make
each celebration a pronounced success.
There is absolutely nothing in the
following statement, attributed to
Premier McBride, that should cause
the Nelson News lo say that work
on the North Fork blanch of the
Kettle Valley line will be pushed:
"The agreement of tlm Kettle Valley line company with the government provides for the construction
of the nortli fork line, and we are
absolutely assured that it will be
built in slrict compliance with the
agreement entered into." The
agreement entered into, as the people here interpret it, gives thc company four years in which to build
the 30-mile branch to Franklin
camp.
NEWS OF THE CITY
The fall sitting of the county
court opened in this city on Thursday, Judge Brown presiding. The
case of McDougail vs. Elmore, for
payment of a refrigerator installed
in defendant's meat mm ket in the
Davis block, was a jury trial, and
the plaintiff was awarded judgment
for $109. E. Miller appeared for
the plaintiff and D. Whiteside for
the defendant. Theoase of Ahern
vs. Belton, for §75 rent, was tried today, the plaintiff being awarded
judgment for $25. Tho case of
Farmer vs. Hartinger, for payment
lor the plans of the Grand Forks
hotel, is still in progress, and the
remaining case on the docket is that
ofthe Gazette Priming Company vs.
Bel ion.
The Grand Forks Athletic association,at its meeting last Friday night,
elected the following officers: Presi,
dent, H. E. Woodland; vice-president, \V. A. Williams; secretary-
treasurer (pro teni), Leo Mader;
directors, Geo. O'Keefe, Fred Clark,
Hoy Curran, \V. C, Chalmers and N.
L. Mclnnes. The association de
cided to remodel the rink lor the fall
fair. Tbe improvements will include 12-foot lean-to on the entire
leugth of the south side, threee rows
of gallery seats, and the lehuilding
ol the hockey club's dressing room.
Manager Farquhar, ol the Dreamland theatre, announces that he
has booked nine ol C. P. Walker's
Winnipeg theatre attractions between now and the 1st of December.
The high standard of Mr. Walker's
plays and players is well known by
the theutre-goers of this city, and
some rare dramatic treats may therefore be looked forward to during the
next three months.
A sunflower fully fifteen feet high
is on exhibition in front of The Sun
office. The head measures one loot
across, and the circumlerence of the
stalk at the ground is eight inches.
The plant was grown by Airs. W. S.
Emard, in her garden in  Columbia.
The additional expense of importing a city team might have been
avoided if the authorities bad seen
lit to advertise for one in the local
paper that is most widely read in
the community.
Four cars were derailed on the
Kettle Valley line today hy a collision of the passenger train with a
cow. The animal met instant death,
and the train was delayed a couple
ol hours.
W. G. Norrie and hride, nee Miss
Dorothy Westwood, formerly of this
city, who were married in Coleman,
Alta., Inst week, passed through
Grand Forks yesterday on their
way to Princeton and the coast.
Miss Bugbee left for Vancouver on
Thursday to join the teaching staff
of the public school of that city.
IL R. Gilpin, customs collector,
has returned from his vacation outing at Christina lake.
Mrs. F. J. Miller returned this
week from a month's visit to the
coast cities.
Miss Ruth Petrie, of Rossland, is
visiting at the home of her uncle, R.
F. Petrie.
Geo. 11. Belton, formerly editor
of the Gazette, is in the city this
week.
CHURCH SERVICES
Holy Trinity CnuttCH,Henry Steele,
Elector—Sunday services; Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
anrl sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong antl
sor in on, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday sellout, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Week-day and special services
as they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
,   Methodist Churoh, Hev. Sulilioh-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Hiliie class at 9:15 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday overling at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer- meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Find the Finder
If you found ■ purse your first
Impulse would be to look In the
' tost and Found " columns of
our paper.
If you have lost a purse don't
you think the finder would do th*
same.
If you wish to find tha flndar
;.. our Classified Want Ad*.
WORK   WANTED
JKKDLKV.ORK wanted t-i do at home. Cull
1   on *lr_. Wm. Keron,Seoond atreet.
PASTURAGE
GOOD PASTU RAG K for cattle close to city:
Miff fence: nhiiuilnce ol feed.   For terms
npph lo John Hammer, fourth of July creek.
SITUATIONS   WANTED
W.\Nl Kn Situation as Janitor or bartend*
er.   Address YV.   J.,   '.fiii-nil   Delivery,
Grand Forks, 11. G.
FOR   RENT
rUKMSHEl) ROOMS-Apply Mrs, E. Craw-
f.inl.
ADVERTISING SPACE in Tlm Sun.tliH most
widely trail newspup r ill the Kettle Vnl
ley.
FOR   SALE
rYPKWRITBK-Ollvers
I    olliee.
new.    Apply Sun
THREE J_OTTI.Bg.Oold   Nelson   lleer   Ha
Lion Bottling Worts,
BARN AND IIOUSK-The Forrester liiiru. I
lots mul honae, In Coliimbiu.   Apply .1. II
I'lntli. Ilox 111.
I A HUE BOTTLE Pert U'liiel'w,   l.loll  Hot
tlitiir Works.
LAND —100 ncres irood timothy laud,   Apply
Ihis offli'H.
SPACE
Sun.
for advcrtisiii..   purport a   lu  The
A business men's council should
noi mean a wild scramble among its I SP_.o«i_u °v&-8.HT " "er *""""' U°"
members for   thc patronage of tbe;
corporation, nor the parcelling out of
work  which  they cannot handle to
favorites.
CERTIFCATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS
Dollar  Goes a
Long Way
when you buy" your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beei, mutton, lamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
business honestly upon
and give the best you can get anywhere. Our meats
are tender and delicious---our poultry fat, fresh and
tender, and our hams and bacon fit tor a king at
P. BURNS d% CO., LTD
Snap it tfuick
Why"  not  get   a
permanent picture
of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
HAVE   A   CAMERA
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line.
COST IS SMALL.
-2 WOOD LAND    6l   CO.K-
PHNONE13 DRUGGISTS AND BTATIONERS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Estate of Wassil Kiszkoin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the late
Wassil Kiszkoin, who died on the
Kith day of February, 1910, at Grand
Forks, H.C, are requested to send by
post, prepaid, or deliver to the un
dersigned, solicitors for the ahove estate, their names and addresses and
full particulars in writing of their
claims and statement of their accounts
and the nature of securities (if any)
held by them.
And take notice, that after the 1st
day of July, 1910, the executor will
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which they shall have had
notice.
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D.
1910.
Eckstein k MoTaooaht,
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B. C.
Solicitors for Executors.
Bargains
IN
City and Suburban
Property
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^|r *\\wy*\w **\W and It. Gaw a plaoesi 'ei>-
araled from all other propurtlei by 20*it.
lane] iw larireaa seven or eight onlfmiry lut*.
ailjoitiiiiirlotH are worth $!»(). would make
nice home, with sufficient ground for uhlck-
ens. frnlt, uarden aiul lawn; most desiru'ilu
juration in eity.
GEO   W.COOPER
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
First-class work in every branch
of the business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let us submit estimates on work.
A full line of high-
grade 1010 models
of wheels.    .Sundries and repairs
of all kinds.
Winnipeg    Avenue
BICYCLES
J. B. HENDERSON
BuilderS Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates. 1
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OCnCE AMD RESIDENCE!
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Turtle** liitciultiu. In build wi.i do well to con
suit in.-.
Application
for Transfer of
License
Liquor
I'ete Santure shot the first deer of
the season at Eagle City on the 1st.
The animal weighed 301 pounds,
partly dressed.
Tbe Harold Nelson company pre-! J. K. Johnson, formerly of this
sented twoCandian dramas—"Pierre oity, and Miss Martin, of Ontario,
of tbe Plains" and "The Wolf"— j were married in Grand Korks, N.D.,
to crowded houses at the Dreamland ! last week.
NOTICE
Bot Air. Lone Pine uml Lookout Mineral
Claims, sltuute In tin1 i.mini Korku Mining
11.ii»ii.n iif Vule District.
Where liii'nled:   tu McKinley cump.
TAKE [NOTICE tlio tl, Fred  W. Held, Free
I     Mlneri*'t'ertilicute No. IJ2tIJ."iii, for myself
uud nsagent for .1. VV, look. Ktee Miners'
Cerllti-'iile Nu. 112(121111. uml A.I. Whiteside,
Free Miners' Certilleiiie So. B1MM, Intend,
■ixty da* a frnm tlie dute hereof, i" iiiiply to
tlie Mlntlii. Recorder for Certificates of Improvement, for tlie pur.ioie uf obtaining
Cioun oimitsiif the above claims.
Ami further tnke notioe lliut ueiiiiti. miller
section ll", must he eiuniili'ticeil hefore the
issiiunce uf such i 'ertiticutes of Improve*
ment.
Duted this ttrd duy of .inly, A I) 1010.
FREDERICK w. REID.
$3200
$2000
5 ACRES
$1500
-M  ACKKS wljolnliiK
■■Ity limit-, on   I'lUthj
14   uur on   elf ireil:  I."•(»
___ fruit trees; new four*
room hoime: liarn fur nix l_nr-.es; home,
hniriry,ilonhie liari_•••,< iiimI turiuing iiupte-
merit*   All for vi.'im.    tinny terms.
FOUR.ROOM KOUSK
iiti'l three l--ts  Within
one block of i.usiness
___ centre;   Iiuvii,  lhafte
'reeii fruit ireei_, berry hushe-.. large Barrier),
tt HI Alto nell furniture uf Imiife if desired.
One-luilf oaihi balance termt..
-I'u   mllea from town;
7-room  lionie,   plait*
ernl; larire bllffffyinerii
     WOOailied;   l.'iO    irnit
trees, 7u lieurtiiif. *\\*$ ucres strawberries,
Kooseberrii'B, etirriints, raspberries: free from
irost: the heat locationhiouimI Grund Forks;
plenty   of  tjo.nl   water;  fruit nnd ero|>  iu
eluded,
Itetween :\ hnd 4 acres
fti West end of eity;
first class soli, nil 1111-
_    _ ilercul Ivation; small
house, woodshed and outbuildings; well and
piinip; iM'od fence. This Is a sacrifice, as owner It ubout tO leave Hty. Terms.
$15,000
.__T.._t li- i a   ,i,.i„
•|8000 cash, bal-
Hire terms. One
  il hest hotels In
***Y ■ ***w ** ****** 's**»r *maw the business ceil
tre of (jrund Folks; now lining u protituhle
husine.-v; owner desires to remove to the
coast. This Is the hest bargain lu this part
of the province, as there are l>ut wen hotel
licenses in the Grand Forks. f:ity is growing
rapidly. No other town in southern British
Columbia bus us bright future ptoHpects.
For further information   re
gardhlg the above properties
call or address
THE EVENING SUN, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
will nt the next regular meeting
of the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Granrl Fork"
mnke application for the transfer of
the retail retail liquor license held by
me in respect of the Colin Hotel, in
the said City of Grand Forks, from
myself to Charles E. Peterson and
Gus Eastman.
Dated  at Grand Forks, B.C., Mav
3rd, 1910.
p. d. Mcdonald.
To the License Commissioners  for the
City of Griuik Forks.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Villi- Land DUtrlot. OUtrict ol si.iiIII_.uii.-_mi.
TAKE NOTICB tliiit Walter (Jury, of Bran-
* don, Man,, taioupation Pariunr, iiitmiilH to
n|i)ilv for pertnf.Kloii tn |itiicliiinti the folinw*
int. ili'MTilvii minis:
lloniiiieiiclitu at ii pout planted on iln.-
Konth boundary of Lot B4IS. and ubout ten
uliuiiiH iinrlb "itlu- N. .V. noriiBrof Lot 747 ou
iliu Sheep Creek; tliuiu-i' went 1011 elmlim:
Ihenectioutli 40ohalnH| thence eait Silchniinr.
theuce north .ll)chains; ilieuoeeiiHt 8'Jchalim:
thence north _H) chain, to pofnt ofciiinmciice-
ment.
WALTER OERY, Applicant,
liy J.R Cruimtnii, Hfti Aacnt.
Dated thia 12111 da; of March, ID1U.
Don't forget thnt The Sun mis the
best job printing depi.rr.nent in the
Boundary country,
The Sun job department still
lends all Boundary printing estab-
ments for modern material and the
up-to-date quality of the work it
turns out. -
/V
Show cards for widnows and inside]
are a fine form of silent salesmen. I
Make tliem brief, terse and pointed. J
Print them plainly, to be read at a |
glance.
A new lot of latest designs of pro l
gram and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office,
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New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190?.)
Is a do/en books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, ehenhs-
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copper. It is u pracical bonk, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the coppes
industry.
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
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English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes -1036 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lilies to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the propei-ty.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
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Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the fii'-ts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs tlie hook for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
top; $7.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of re
ceipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
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Opposite Great Northern Station
Keretitly   completed ami
BWly furnished through*
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LAND   ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Yule Land District. DUtrtol of Similkameen.
TAKK notioe that I, AftnesB Ellen Paulion,
of Kiwlanri, B.C., ou CI I nntl oil Wife, intend-, to apply for pormlsHion to purohase
thefollnwIiiB.dexorlbedlatids!
nommenolnff «* a post planted nt the
Hfliitltu'eBt eo-in'r of Junn's Miller's preemption, Lot UfWS.,011 Deep Oreek; thenoe north
80ohains: thenee west '.'(Ichuins: themeMinth
■'{) ciiuins: thenee we-t 4(1 I'lmliis: thence
Mouth _i«M'liui"s: thenee east HOohatno to the
point of commencement
AQN.BSS Kl.l.KN PAULSON.
J. K. Cranston, Agent.
Dated Muy Pith, HUH.
AS YOU LIKE IT
LAND   ACT
FORM OF NOTIOE '
Vale Lund District, District of Similkameen,
TAKK NOTICK tlmt t,Thomas Henrv Paul-
ion of Paulson, H. 0,. occupation Merchant, intends to apply for pertuHMon to
purchase the following described lunds:
Commetiotu'fE at a post planted about sixty
ciiuins northeast of the northwest corner nf
Miller's pre-emption,   Lot   1181 8„ on Deep
Creekt thenee east -It) chains: thence north
411 chains: thence west Unchains;: thence north
nn  ohains; thenee west 40 chains,   thenee
south 811 chnins: thence eiut 'in chains; thenoe
SOUth 40chains to point of   commencement.
THOMAS HENRY PAULSON.
.1. K. Crm.__.tou, Agent*
Dated May 17th, 1910.
"*S^***f?J4J-   y u      .""U  *•-"■"£ V.1 ^  __& c 'or railway   men-   First-
i   -sr ■       '. .'•     =--_'!':-_.!."*'«•__ *iu J_jiftA class accommodations   for
__^ir--J i-- :   -     rr.—    P rt ] '_;:'"T*TrJ transients.   Hoard   and
'■  . r   H»TI I.J.-H'.J.:>.   . :-^.mmmmaf«-~i rooms   by the week at pre-
//,-. ...j IU  1? Vt .jfj, l-a. H Jt«5L; ji W -* h$3&i    alwayj In stack ut thn bar.
zszz&m?,^- i.^-i^::.;.^ES    Grand Forks, B. C.
CERTIFICATE OF   IMPROVEMENTS
Downey's Cigar Store
A Cosin.KTK Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Confectionery"
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
LAND ACT
FORM   OF   NOTICE
Yale Laud Distrlot. District of Similkameen,
TtKK notice i hat At n C. Jones, oH-olemau,
Alta., oooupil'lou Miner, intends to up-
ily ior pormUsiou to purchase 'he following
desorlbed lands;
< oinineuulti ui a post pltiiitfd about 80
ehulus enst o' tlie southeast corner of Lot
lillK on Deep Creek, and on tlm south side ot
the West K6otenn< Tower A. Light Uom-
puny's tig! t <>f way. thence west along the
W. K.P. & L. Co.'s riglit of way 60 chains;
tin nee south HO (Hiatus; thuuRQ easiilu chains:
thenoe norih HO ohains to the point of com.
iniiicemeiit.
STAN C. JONES, Applicant.
J. B. Cranston, HisAftent.
Dated thisltifli dayol April. HUM.
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with the Hoods they ship, ntid the Colonial
and foreign Markets they supply;
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arranged under the Ports to which they sail,
and indicating the approximate SiiilitjgH.
PROVINCIAL TRADE NONICES
of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in
the prinolpa' nrivluQlaltowusand luuustrlu!
centres of the UuiU'ri Kingdom.
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Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise
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25, Abuhureh Lane, London, E;0.
Some mon won't do u big mean
thing, but they will do enough petty
meannesses to make a lot of big ones.
Tlie trouble with a man learnin^how
to support himself is when he has to
learn to support a lot of others.
Praise antl criticism are too often
based on the best and worst, instead
of on a man's average.
Most ringleaders try to look more
innocent than an inncent bystander,
when trouble comes.
The reason a girl Dan love a man is
that, if he weren't around, she could
somebody else.
By bsing cross with her husband a
woman can get ahead of his being
cross with her.
Buying flowers in a shop is the
cheapest way for ar. amateur gardener
to raiset hem.
A shady transaction may not look
dark to the man on tlie sunny side
of it.
When a woman says yes to the
wrong man the engagement should he
long.
Saying mean things pleasantly is
ususally sure of an unpopular end.
By being up to date intuition often
gets the better of precedent.
No two audiences solve a problem
play the same way.
Thinking generously is the greatest
genorosity *ftetf all.
A heap of fun in life is missed by
trying to buy it.
The more worry is divided the more
tliere is of it.
A skinned man dreads a sure thine
NOTICE
June Mineral   I'luim. sltustc '» the Qrand
Porks Mining Division nf Vnlo DUtrlct.
Where I .orated: In Brown's Cump.
takk Norn r. that I. Albert K. Savage, Free
■ Miners' Ccriiii.■..!__• s... .vhI'jk, Intend, sixty
dnys fr.nn date hereof, to npply lo the Milling
Receiver torn OmtiHeute of Improvements, for
rhe purpose of obtaining crown grants or thu
And further take notice  that action, under
section :i7, must be pommel d before tho IsbU'
anou nf mu'Ii Certificate of Improvements,
Dated at Grand Forks. B.C., this 4tii   day ol
June, A. I). I'.'lu
ALBERT B.SAYAGE.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
IN THE COUNTY COURT HOLDEN AT
GRAND FORKS
\TOTl'
[\   thu
There's No Other Way
'I'u reach the lurge and ever-inoi'easing
circle .if our readers than through Thk
Sun's  advertising columns.
HtCYCI.KS   AND   REPAIR    WoilK—A
complete line of HMO models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. W, Coopmi. Winnipeg
Avenue,
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.   Sun Job Olliee.
ISP0KANEIOTRSEVTE A
OCT.-3129.-I9IO.
TO SEE THt FIFTH IMTEPItATIONAU
DRY FARMING EXPOSITION
AND CONGRESS
l   IN SPOKANE THE SAME WEEK.
\%.
THE AEROPLANE FLIOHTS
THE MILITARY INDIAN BATTLE NIGHT SHOW
"CHIEFJOSEPH and the BATTLE OF
THE CLEARWATER"
A $ 20.000.00 RACE PROGRAM
FERULLO'S FAMOUS ITALIAN MUD ift&
* iOO.OOO.00 WTILBESPENT F0RTHIS TA1R AND EVEW
DEPARTMENT WILL EXCEL.
*  REDUCED RAlUWffif RATES.
3tN0 TO R.H. COSGROVE, SECY FOR PRIZE LISTS AND
INFORMATION.
ill
The Song of the Prospector
The world is inv Konle, for wherever 1
rem in
I live where my poverty pleases;
No rent-settling day, und no taxes to
pay;
signit
My palace is built with a blanket und
(juilt,
Mv root' is the star-studded sky;
While boiled beans and   bacon, three
limes a da)1 taken,
Areas filling as beefsteak and   pie
If the diet is greasy, the housework is
easy,
And the lodging is airy find free.
So ] don't give a dern   for   any   dern
man
Who don't give a dern for tne.
I ean hit a good lick Vith  a hammer
and pick,
And feast upon  coffee   and   hardtack;
If the dirt  dots .h piy, I'm off  the
next day
On the hurricane deck of ojack.
I haye prospects and claims *ithmost
wi n lerful mm's
All bulging wiio mythical riches;
But promoters take fright when   they
catch a first sight
Of the patches on the  seat   of   my
breeches
The copper's a stain—there]*  no fissure vein;
The gold's not rebellious or free.
Still 1 don't give a dern fur any  dern
man
Who don't buy a claim from inc.
When my jack takes a hike down the
long desert pike,
Your high stepping steed isn't in it;
Un a mountain-side course the Arabian horse
Can skin a whole block in a minute
i    am    ragged   and    rough,   burned,
bearded and tough,
My follies are harmless and human.
I'll down a strong bumper or   shoot a
claim jumper,
But dursn't say "no" to ;i   woman.
With   any   poor  sinner I'll share my
lone dinner,
The   ''red-eye"  and   plug-cut   are
free,
Hut I don't give a dern for any dern
man
Who don't give a dern for in". ;
—Salt Lake Mining K(>v.,a.
IN   PROBATE
ICE IS   HERRBY  GIVEN
[\ that on the 23rd day of May,
1910, it was ordered by His
Honor Judge Brown that A. C. Sutton, Public Administrator, be administrator of all and singular the estate
t Patrick Moran, late of Deep Creek,
B.C., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to said estate is required
to make payment forthwith to the undersigned, nnd every person having in
possession effects belonging to said estate is required forthwith to deliver
time over to the undersigned.
Every creditor ot other person having any claim upon or interest in the
distribution of the estate of deceased
is required before tbe 1st day of July,
1910, to send by registered letter, addressed to the undersigned, his name
and address and full particulars of his
claim or interest, and a statement of
his account, verified by Statutory
Declaration, and the nature ofjthe security (if any) held by him.
After the said 1st day of July the
administrator will proceed with the
administration, of the estate, having
regard to those claims only of which
he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Orand Forks, I* C, tht
26th MaV, 1010.
A. C. SUTTON,
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B.C.
ANT available Dominion  Lands within Mm
Kailwuy Belt nf llriti-.li Columbia maybe
homesteaned by any person who ta thp head
nf a family, or any male over eighteen yean
of ago, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 160 acres, more «r less.
Entry must he made personally at th« local
land office for the district lu which the lund
i- _iltuate_
The homesteader Ih required to perform
the conditions connected   therewith   under
ne of the following plant!
(1) At least six months' residence upon ami
cultivation ofthe land In eaoh year for three
yearn.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the father Is
ieeeased), ofthe homesteader resides upon »
farm in tiie vicinity of the laud  entered for,
the requirements ns to residence may be sat*
Isfled by mmh person residing with the father
or mother.
Ct) If the ttettler Ims Ills permanent i .wi
denoe Upon farming land owned hy him in
the   vicinity  of  his homestead, tlie require*
nients »s to residence may he satisfied by
residence upon tlie said laud .
Six mouths' notice hi writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal—Ooal mining rights nmv be leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an an*
nu al rental of $1.00 per acre. Not more than
2.Stiliacres shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five centu
per ton shall he collected on the merchantable coul mined.
W.W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.R.-Unauthorized   publication   of   this
uilveri isi'int'iit will not he ouid for.
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All order* reciiivo droiupt 'it
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PETER'  HANSEN
HOTBI. PltOVINCE,
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER.    B. C.
Roaolve both Lndlei and Oentlemen it. resi*
| iliuil nr Any Itlltlflllti] Im. u I'limiilft,, Com-
ni'-ii'iiil or Builtieia Course! prepare, .i'i-
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a. A. degree, aad the llr.t year of the School
of Solence course, lu affiliation with tlio 1 ,
rolito Ulilv^r^ity; ling ll  spcolal  prospuctnr r
oourse for miners who work tu IVC In .true*
lion In nl>n given in Ari. Minn-, IMiv.-i.-ui en;-
ini'., mul blooutlon. Term oprni Si.pt. ll.
lltiu>,  for Calendars, etc, addresi
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Tiik Sun is  read  by everybdy  ho
cause it prints all the Boundary news
Yotl illicit us   well   try   to   reaeii
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Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue, bitter or had taste in morning,
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Aeroplane Flights at Fair
'lhe Spokane In'erslate fair will
make another hig bid for bv far the
hir_rest attendance in its history by
offering patrons spectacular daily
ae o 'lane (lights the we"k|nf October
,"» to 9 next, by .1. ('. Ma's.one of the
world's greatest aviators. The fair
management has jn-t closed a eon-
tract wih the Glenn II. Curtiss
Aeroplane company, nf Bnmmonds-
port, N.Y., for the most sensational
Hying machine exhibition yet seen
in lhe northwest, Mars may he de j
pended on tn give spectators everything in tlie line of thrills thnl goeS|
with oviation meets. Beginning life
as a newsboy in Chicago's streets, he
became a professional balloonist and I -- --
high diver.   For the last ten years Kidney Troubles Attack Grand
he has been in the government   bal
loon service ns an aide to   Baptain
NEWS OF THE CITY
The lndiVs of the Holy Trinity
branch of the W, A. will serve an
afternoon ten on Mrs. J. B. Henderson's lawn nn Thutsday, September
Slh, from 3 till (i o'clock. Cuke nnd
candy will be sold rlnrine the afternoon     All nre cordially invited.
Holy Trinity parish will hold its
harvest thanksgiving service on
Sunday, September 4th, Sunday
sehool will beheld nn this day nt 3
p.m. instead of 'in the morning as
heretofore.
NOBODY SPARED
uml painful back, that they will find
Booth's Kidney Pills a most excellent
remedy. J have suffered for months
with ti very weak hack and severe
pains and aches in the kidneys, and
felt very much depressed. There was
also a swelling under my eyes. When
I learned of Booth's Kidney Pills, 1
procured a box, and found them the
best remedy I have ever used, as they
were very ijuick in ,i_;ivin<; me relief.
The pains have left my hack and it
has strengthened. They have alsu
helped to build up ray health."
For sale iu (Irand Turks hy   II. E.
Woodland it Co.
• Sold hy dealers, Price 60 cents.
The H. T. Booth Co.. Ltd., Fort
Erie, Out., Sole Canadian Agents.
PERSONAL
Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCallum relurned on Monday from a three
weeks' vacation trip to Victoria and
Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. John McKie .returned home on Monday, after tl
two weeks' vacation trip to the coast
cities.
Forks Men and Women,
Old and Young
Kidney ills seize young and old.
Come quickly with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years.
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls   are   languid,   nervous, suffer
pain,
Baldwin. He already hns annexed
several world's records. Mars will
be seen at the Minnesota State fair
in September in conpnny with
Glenn H. Curtiss and Wilbur
Wright, who have been persuaded to
meet each other for the championship for the lirst time on that occasion. After the Minnesota fair
Mars will go to Spokane and become
conditioned to the fair aviation
field.    Pie will be seen at the Inter-1
state fair in an aeroplane   built ex-' neys	
pressly for his use and to be used Cure all forms of kidney suffering
for the first time at the Minnesota! Mrs. N. Good, of 70 Stadacona St,
fair. Moose Jaw, Sask., says:
When a girl tells a young man  she'     "I ara pleased to state for the bene-
lrates him it's a sign that she doesn't,   fit of any person suffering with a weak
Women worry, ean't do daily wotk.
Men have lame and aching hacks.
The cure for man. woman Or  child.
Is lo cure the cause—the kidneys.
Booth's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-
(milllll/fKB) MBN-O-ME)
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Ercmchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back. Sold and guaranteed bv
Woodland k Co.
$1500
160 ACRES IN FRANKLIN CAMP
2,500,00 feet of commercial
timher on property; $5U0 hewn
log house; Nortli Fork runs
through land; Kettle Valley liue
survey crosses property; deed
clear. $875 cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
SUN OFFICE
HOTEL    PROVINCE
Bridge Street,
GRAND FORKS, B. G
T.ip bpsf uml most
Hiihxtatittal [ire-i>ri>"f
l_ti__tiii.tr in tlit* Houndnry country. Recently completed und
newly furnished
tlirnnuhnut. Bqiffp-
jied with all modern
electrical dbuven*
let ices, Centrally loomed. Kirist-eliisK tie*
uumiDodutioiiK for the
ravelling public,
Hot and Cold Baffin
FirM-Class Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
tn Connection.
Iglil
MIL   LARSEN,   PROP.
r
Printin:
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The  following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mines
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
1907 1.909   Post Week
Granby Mines, Phoenix      (113.537     1,067,983       22.H05
Snowshoe. Phoenix       135,001        170,360 1,615
Mother Lode, Deadwood       208,321       350,433 7,500
B, C. Mine, Summit.
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Jackpot	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King, Sum mit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Kork	
Sally, West Kork	
Rambler, West Kork	
Butcher Boy, West Kork	
Duncan	
Providence, (ireenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eaglo	
Preston, Skylark '.	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. D. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Republic, Boundary Kails	
Golden Eagle	
1,712
18,271
14,481
8,953
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
602
10,740
3.802
530
120
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
•i0
WE PRINT
649
"eo
(iii
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
160
390
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Pare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
GOOD PRINTING
3—the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on vour order. We guarantee
satisfaction.
1 He Oliver 1 ypewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please read the headllne'ovor again. Then Ita
tremendous MtcalfloRDoe will  l.iwn unou you.
An Oliver Typewriter—the st_.n_l__.nl vtolble
writer—the most highly peri led typewriter
un the market -yours fur 17 oents    day!
The typewriter whuRe conquest ur' the commercial world is*i matter of hlstorv —yours lot
li cents it day!
The typewriter lhat Is oqitlpppd with acore* of
suoh conveniences as "The Balanpe Shift'1""
■•Tlu- Ruling Device"—"The Double Releiso"-
•The Locomotive Bum-"— 'The Automatic
Spneer"—"The Automat to Tabulator"—''The
Disappearing! udlcator"
■-'•riic Adjustable Paper Fingers1'—"The Bel-
 P<\ wmdensod Key-
all
board"
Yours for  17
a Day!
Cents
1
We nuounccd thi*
new sates plan rocautly, Just iu feel ihe pui*.- of
the people Simply a small cash payment-
then 17 cents a day. Tlmi is the Man m » nutshell.
The result ims heen .-ueii a deluge uf application!) (or machines thai we are simply «*•
tou tided.
The demand comes from people of all classes,
all ages, all ocotipiitions.
The majority ol Inquiries Ims come from pco-
leof known thmuciai standing wbo were attracted by tho novelty of the piopiis. 'nn, An
Impressive denimmiratlon ol' the |iuineii>e popularity of the ullver Typewriter
a startling confirmation of uur belief that
the Bra of Universal Typewriting ih at hand..
A [Quarter *of a Million People
are Making Money with
15e ____
OLIVER
Typewriter
The Standard Visible Writer
The Ollvor Typewriter l« o imitioy-iimkui
right frnm the word "got" Soeaftv to'run Unit
iHTitnie™ sunn nut In Hu' "pjtpert'** olass, Kuril
h» ynu lunrn. Lottho mnohlnu ray Uu-17 coins
ii <lnv—mid nil nliiivf tlml (h yntirs
WWrevor you are, _hore Imvnrk to bo d >m>
mul money to be made by iihIiui the Ollvor Tbo
buatneaa world la calling for Oliver operatiire
There ate uot enough to Bupply tho demand,
rhelraalarlei are oonalderably above tliose ol
mauy.clas8esof workeri,
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That ta the battleorytodny. We liavamade
theiiliver .minimi! in usefulneuand absolutely
Indispensable lu business. Nmv eomes the con
qui'si of tin- botiie,
Tho simplicity and strength ofthe Oliver nt ll
fur family use.  It i> be line uu Important
laotor hi the uome training ol young people,
A n educator hr well us a money maker
Our now idling plan puta the Oliver on the
threshold ol every home In America. Will vim
close the door of ymir home or otlice on Oils re-
mnrkablo Oliver olfrr?
Write for furllier details nf our oiisy offer mul
n free copy or tbe new Oliver catalog!  Address
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter liiillding,
CHICAGO,  ILL.
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of,'
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
ANO CIGARS
Ice Cream and  Summer Drinks]
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop ]
Razor Hon (tiff a Speoialty.
20
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter  687,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  311,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,598,715      82,582
1,042,887
341,270
28,805
8,162
TotalTreated      1,133,017     1,384,107
32,907
We
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Name Of Company.
Granby Coimollduted—Copper.
Cariboo McKinney—Oold	
Proviilenne-Sllver	
ton. Copper—Copper	
BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.
Authorized
—DIVIDENDS 1
Total to    latest       Per
Date.       Dute.   Share
.-•BHAKRR—>        Paid
fiSJul'iti. 'Swim vw Hiffito lungs dm.ISb *».*
HOOaa     aiooo    U       16.000      «f«W8ept.|J06
a.aio.ooo   ws.uuo    ts              M.aw fceut. mo;    .0
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor!
1ST DOOR NOIITII OK   (IllANIlY   HuTKI_,|
First Stukkt.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Pas-
sengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tki.kpiionk A129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutherford  Bros., Props.
60  YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending a sketch and description may i
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
le ventlnn IS prohnbly patentable.  Communlca-
llnntntrlctlycoitlldoiitfal. HANDBOOK on Patent!
tent iroe. OMest airency forsocunnBpatents.     \
Fntonte token through Munn A Co. receive  i
mtcial notice, without chantn, in th«»
Scientific Hmericait.
A faandBomoly liluatrntod weekly.   Larceat clr- I
ciil.iimn of any scieutna journal   Termn for I
Canada, gl.T5 a year, puataffo prepaid.   Sold by I
■U nowftderte-'.
Wll!KpCo.'"'9'"^.MjwYork
branch OIBo". f? TJ" Kt« WuhlDgfob, D.C.     I

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