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Ninth Year—No. 7.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. December 18, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
TALKTO FARMERS
Assistant Provincial Horticulturist Speaks on Prun
ing and Spraying
Will Give Demonstrations in
the Orchards Here Next
Spring
Amalgamation Not Likely -
A. B. W. Hodges, local managei
ot tbe Grtnby Consolidated, in a recent interview, denied that hiB company had made any overtures to acquire Jhe British Columbia Copper
company. The opening negotiations looking to that end will not
come from the Granby. He quoted
past instances to show it was not in
line with the policy of the Granby.
So far as tbe probability of a merger
being completed, he did not care to
discuss it, as tbat was a matter for
the directors to decide.
M. S. Middleton, assistant horticulturist of Ihe provincial government, delivered a lecture to tbe
members of the Kettle Valley Farm
ere' Institute on Mouday evening
last in the city ball, his subject being "Horticulture." There wag a
good attendance of members, and at
the close of his ad .tress Mr. Middle-
ton was tendered! ,'■ hearty vote of
thanks
The speaker devoted his opening
remarks to the treatment of frozen
fruit trees. When this occurred, be
adviced cutting the trees back to
sound wood. If this was done, they
would be as good as they were before they were frozen.
He advocated closer pruning than
is nqw the custom, and the planting
of more trees to the acre. The ideal
distance to plant apple trees was 15
x30 feet. The reason some orchards
oid not bear .is early as they should
was because the trees were not prop
erly pruned. A great many people
in their ignorance even cut off the
fruit spurs. He chimed that by
leaving three or four inches of the
cut-off branches on the trees, fruit
spurs would form on these stubs, or
suckers. By this method the weight
of the fruit would not all he on the
branches. If this method is followed
little pruning should be necessary
after a tree bas attained an age of
seven years. More fruit, be said,
could be produced by a system of
summer pruning than by pruning
in the spring, ' .
Spraying, both for aphis and canker, should be done in the fall as
soon aB the leaves fell. The aphis
eggs, deposited on the limbs of the
trees, were softer and more susceptible to spraying in the fall than
later in the season, when they had
become hardened. He recommended a lime and sulphur solution in
proportion of 1 to 15, adding a
little lime. It was not necessary to
use this solution as hot as some of
the fruit growers supposed. The
only renson they used it as hot as
they did, was because it passed
through the nozzle easier.
Mr. Middleton concluded his
address by saying the provincial
government had appointed a cbief
horticulturist and two assistants.
The chief horticulturist had been assigned the coast district, and one of
the assistants the Okanagan, and
the other the Kootenay and Boundary. Tne latter district had been
assigned the speaker. He hoped to
be able to spend two or three weeks
here next spring, when he would
give practical demonstrations in the
orchards, which should prove'more
beneficial than talks from the lecture plaiform.
CALLFORTENDERS
V., V. & E, to Build Between Hope and Ab-
botsford
Percy McCallum, who has been
teaching in New Westminster since
midsummer, is expected home for a
fortnight's holiday.
Will Not Be a Candidate
7b tlte Editor of The Sun.
Will you kindly allow me space
in your v»luable paper to thank the
many friends who have urged me to
permit my name to go before the
people u candidate for mayor for
another term.
Although appreciating the confidence eo freely expressed I wish to
explain tbat when tendered the nomination for a second term last year I
then stated that I would accept for
anotqer term only; as the second
year draws to a close, and in order
that there may be no uncertainty in
the mind of the public, I wish to
■tete tbtt it is my intention to adhere to the determination then ex
pressed.
I assumed tbe responsibilities of
office two years ago from the sense
of duty, • duty that I believe every
citizen owes to the community In
which he lives. At the time I took
office there existed factions and di
visions among our citizens and civic
life that were not conducive to the
best inter°st of the town. I am
glad to reliu-j that these have largely
disappeared. It has been my pri
vilege to hold office during a critical
time in the history of our town; a
disastrous fire tbat taxed th;, energy
and emphasised the responsibilities
of the council, has been followed by
a year of nev life and building activity of a character that places our
town in first rank with the cities of
the interior. It is a pleasure for me
to state that the finances of the town
are in a healthy condition, as evidenced by the fact that we are yearly setting aside from 86000 to $700(1
in our sinking fund, in addition to
payment of interest on indebtedness.
In view of unsettled conditions consequent upon the tire the council
wisely refrained from undertaking
public work, other than absolutely
necessary; the crisis, however, now
being passed, necessary improvements can gradually be made.
Improvements in the moral condition of the town, although severely criticised from some quarters,
have, in my opinion, been made in
the best interest of the town, and
are such as any home town should
encourage.
In closing I wish to thank all citizens who have so kindly given their
support to the respective measures
put through by the council, and especially to the individual aldermen
of the two councils over which it has
been my pleasure to preside.
Yours sincerely,
G. M. Fripp, Mayor.
C. A. S. Atwood and family left
on Monday for a visit to their form
er home in Ontario. Mrs. Atwood
and the children will remain in tbe
east until next spring, while Mr.
Atwood will return home shortly
after the holidays,
Also   an Extension From
Princeton to Tula-
meen
A Vancouver dispatch says that
tenders are now being called for the
construction of the V., V. & E. railway between Abbotsfordand Hope,
a distance of 76 miles, and also between Princeton and Tulameen. The
gap between Tulameen and Hope is
to be covered, it is expected, by the
proposed eight-mile tunnel. Messrs.
Charles F. Folliott, of Guthrie & Co.,
of St. Paul, and J. A. Kellut, of
Foley, Welch it Stewart, are now in
Vanconver in connection with the
tendering, and J. H. Kennedy, chief
engineer of the V., V. & E., is also
there.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
An excellent program of drills,
dialogues, music and speeches is
being prepared by tbe pupils of
Knox church Sunday-school for
their Christmas entertainment to be
held in the opera house, on the
night of Dec. 23rd. All the friends
of the boys and girls are invited to
come to watch the young folk perform, aud to share their enjoyment.
A collection will be taken up, but
no admission fee is charged. A
Christmas tree will be a very important feature of the doings.
perfect attendunue during  month of
December follows:
DIVISION   I—W. H. M. MAV,   PRINCIPAL.
Allen, Timothy     Lequime G
Barlee, M McCallum, C
Bower, Herbert     McEwen, A.
Covert, Dorothy    Manly, N"
Donaldson, B Miller, Harry
Fraser, T Newbauer, It
Galloway, G. Sloan, Hugh
Galloway, Maggie Spraggett, F
Gaw, Ida Stuart, Edna
Henderson, Mona Crump, M.
DIVISION II—MISS H. DRAPER, TBACHER.
Barron, Grace      McLeod, Boy
Barnum, Herbert McLeod, Carson
Bower, Dorothy     Munro, Aulay
Burns, Buth Reburn Annie
Craig, Anna Hashleigh, Vivian
Forrester, Pearl    Simpson, Jennie
Galloway, George Spinks, Gtace
Galloway, James   Symes, May
Gilpin, Florhnce   Taylor, Ivy
Gilpia, May Walker, Forest
Kerman, Doris     Walker, Sndie
Lyden, May Walker Verna
Mclllwaine, Amy Pell, Myrna
Mclnnis, Harold
DIVISION III—MISS K. DRAPER, TEACHER
Clark, Ida Ployart, Louie
Cooper, Ralph Stendal, William
Eraser, Oswald Spraggett, Myrtle
Frankovitch, L Tracy, Ronald
Hay, Oswald Lapay, Annie
Farmer, Don Barloe, Dal
Fritz, Marie Mullen, James
Munro, Annie Heaven, Gladys
Manly, Glenn Crump9, Edward
Miller, Leslie Pell, Lilian
Michener, Ivia Cheplo, Andy
DIVISION IV—MR. JOHN KINO, TEACHER.
Ardiel, Gladys      Mayhew, T.
Massie, H.
Sloan, Pauline
Spraggett, Alice
Stendal, Kenneth
McCiillum. Ulric
Walker, E.
Wheeler. R.
Heaven, A.
Craig, E.
Nelson, J.
Owing to a breakage in transit of
one of the important parts of the
Chronophone, which arrived at
Dreamland a few days ago, the management state there will be no talking pictures till next week. The
dnte will be announced by handbills
whenever tbe new part arrives.
At a representative gathering of
hockey enthusiasts on Thursday,
December 16th, in the city hall,
Harry Mann was elected to the posi-
tfon of Becy.-treas. to the Grnnd
Forks hockey team and Roy Curran
chosen as a delegnte to go to Phoenix
to arrange the schedule of mulches
for the season.
Bruno, E,
Gill, R.
Gilpin, Arthur
Holmes, L.
IMwon, W.
Holmes, R.
Kellecher, Lydia
Kerron, Rennie
Larsen, E.
McLeod, Joyce
Mclllwaine, M
DIVISION V—MISS limXE MOOKK.TEACHEH
Clarke, Arthur     Gaw, Hattie
Hickey, Muriel      Chappie, Florence
Verzuh, Katie       Ryan, Gordon
Ham, Lam Davis, Archer
Bower, Beulah       Meikle, Mildred
Larson, Edith        Frankovitch, Oils
Mcllwaine.GwcnnyStafford, Katie
Stewart, Anna       Frankovitch, Amy
MacLeod, DorothyCheplo, Mary
Lyden, James       Quinlivan, Ray
Helium, Thomas    Mayhew, Grillin
Wing Chow Hartinger, Frank
Brouil e te  Bertie Mufic, Ant-a
Benin, Joe Barnum, Marie
Massie, Stanley     Crosby, Clarence
Peterson, Helen
Mullen, Cyril
Akins, Esther
division  VI—JANE Kl.l.lOT'l'
Ruckle, Mabel
Mullen, Freeman
The engineer on the Kettle Valley
line refused to go to work one day
this week, owing to a disagreement
between himself and the superin
tendent. As a consequence trallic
the entire system was temporarily
disarranged.
SCHOOL REPORT
The following is the report of the
Grand Forks public school, as compiled by Principal May, for the
month of December:
En-   Actu- Aver-     For
Division.      roll-d.   al.     ami-,   ct-iita_.fi
One  25    .'111       21102     05(18
Two  39     45li>.<   86.11     HII.IHI
Three  36     4115'.;   88,50    113115
Four .'19    Wl      37.15    95,28
Five 18    5!lll>.    15-12    1)182
Six  :ili    443)2   54.11     04.75
Seven  55   616H   47.42    8822
Tmal _!78   3386^26603    92,7(1
1908 275   5270'5 28755     87.110
Difference...   6     60      10.08    5.70
The names of the pupils who   made
Ardiel, Lillie
Brrnum,  Aurena
Benson, Hope
Benin, Anna
Burns, Dorothy
Carlson, Arthur
Ciiapple,. Parma
Cochrane, Blair
Cooper, George
Donaldson, Vera
Downey, Alfred
Forrester, Vernon Wright, l-lthol
Kelleher, Earl
DIVISION VII—not.I.IK oi.niNi;, TE
Kriscliki, Chads
McCalluin, Sarah
Meikle, Willie
Miller, Boss
Michener, Margaret
Ruckle, Cecil
Shaw, Willartl
Spraggett, Muriel
Stafford, Agnes
Walker,  Violet
White, Morgan
$270,000 to Be Distributed
Among the Stockholders
of the Oompany
Payable on December 31st
Out of the Net Earnings
Last week the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power company declared a dividend of 2 per
cent of the par value of the stock,
payable out of tbe net earnings on
December 31st. The dividend
•mounts to $270,000. This will be
tbe eleventh dividend paid by the
oompany. Of these seven were at
the rate of 3 per cent, one of 2 per
cent and an extra dividend of 1 per
cent, and another extra dividend.
Allen,  Laura
Anderson, Anna
Burtox,  Clara
Bailee, Fred
Crosby,  Anna
Daley, Charlie
Eriekson, Sain
Elmore, Marion
Eticksoii, Norma
Forrester, Bay
Larsen, Walter
Lyden, Cecilia
Mufich, Teresa
Miller, Peter
Miller, Tony
Moore, May
Mullen, Roger
Massie, Helen
Nelson,  Blanch
Pell, Christopher
Peterson,   Lottie
Ployart, Claud
Pearce. William
Quinlivan, Q
Ryan, Demnris
Reburn, Jeannette
lti_shli.i_.li,  Gladys
Smith, David
Stendal, Alice
Shannon, Marion
St-hielie,  Fritz
StewartMarguerite
Sloan, Francis
Todd, Emery
Rev. A: N. i rith, of Nelson, will
preach in the Baptist church next
Sunday, the loth inst., morning and
evening.
"As You Like It"
Patrons of Dreamland theatre
were agreeably surprised on Monday
last to find tbat Mr. C. P. Walker's
Winnipeg company of English
players were to show Sbakepeare's
great comedy "As You Like It" that
evening. It appears there was some
misunderstanding over the engagement of the opera house, and mther
than disappoint those wbo had looked forward to this great attraction
the Dreamland management placed
their theatre at tbe disposal of the
company. Although the stage was
rather small, the acting was very
creditable, prominent being Miss
Eddy as Rosalind and Mr. Yule as
Touchstone. Miss Eddy's interpretation of Rosalind's part was exceedingly pleasing and showed great talent, while Mr. Yule as Touchstone,
was the right man in the right place.
He was really funny and his fun
seemed perfectly natural. Thc balance of the caste was of a standard
seldom seen in Grand Forks uml
should guarantee a good bouse the
next time Mr. Walker'B company
plays here. The next attraction
will most likely be the Bonnie Briar
Bush, in which the whole caste is
composed of Scotch people,
METEOROLOGICAL
The following are   the    readings
showing tin- minimum temperature fnr
! each   day   during  the   week   ending
December 17, 1009:
MIN. TKM,
I Saturday  2.">
Suiiilay   2d
Monday  33
Tuesday  3'2
Wednesday  28
I Thursday  25
; Friday '.  I'll
Mining Stock Quotations
NkwJYoiik, Dec. 17.— The follow.
ing are today's opening quotations for
the stocks inentii tn-il:
Asked.       Bid
Granby Consolidated,  100.00   98.00
.11. C, Copper       7.25     7.12
B. 0. Special
A shipment of li. C. Special
Ilranil I lam-Bacon has just arrived
for Robert LawBon. It is ot a very
superior quality, and certainly
merits a trial.
Sam Horner is spi nding   .i   few
days in Nelson this week. JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD. B. C
Sljp iEbnmtg §un
Published nt Urnml Korku. British Columbia.
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A Hli- of till . in.|mr can Ite seen lit the ohieo
or Messrs. li. 4 J. Hui-ily* l'o.,3li.lll nml 82,
Uleet Street, K.C.. Loudon, linirlnuil, free of
plinru'i'. nml that flini will In- liliul to receive
sllbsorll.tiolis nml uiivin li-ciniMiiN 011 our be-
half.
.   BUHHCHU'TION ItATSS I
One Ypi\r $1.50
Ono Yenr (in ailvnnce) ,...   l.nO
iVdverttsinv rates. urtillha I on tu ,
..{oral notices, HI nml li coul* iibi- Hue.
Aililress nil cnitiniilnii-ittiomi to
The Kveninu Sun,
Phosb H74 Grand Points, B.C.
died about ten years. She leaves a
wide circle of friends 'and acquaintances in this city, all of whom extend
their profoundest sympathies to the
bereaved family.
SATURDAY, DEC.  18,  1909
There are a number of citizens in
Grnnd Forks who favor doing away
with the aldermanic board, and to
have the affairs of the corporation administered hy one man on a purely
business principle. Public sentiment in favor of this method of
municipal government is gaining
strength all over the continent, and
(jrand Forks might do wurse than to
fall into line with those cities which
nre adopting it.
ln Butte, Montana, they have had
marathon waltzing contests, and as
a result some of porticipants kept up
the norlsense until they were taken
to the a hospital for medical treatment. This incident only emphasizes
the fact that crazy people eventually
land in some kind of hospitals.
Death of Mrs. Kate Hoffman
Mrs. Kate Hoffman, aged 55years,
died very suddenly in Spokane on
Friday morning, December 17th,
the cause of death being heart failure.
She arose in the morning in the best
of health, hut an hour later, without
the slightest warning, she passed from
life tu the shadow of death. The remains will be shipped to this city,
and the burial service will be held at
the Grand Forks cemetery next Monday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock, or im
mediately after the arrival of the
Great Northern train   from Spokane.
Deceased leaves a family of five
children—Win. Hoffman, of this city,
and Fred, Rose, Lily and Kate, of
Spokane. She was one of the first
pioneers to settle in this valley, the
family having moved here from the
state of Washington in 1894. She
conducted the Clarendon cafe in this
eity till about three years ago, when
sue moved to Spokane.    Her husband
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
With an increase of wealth
amounting to about $115, made by
their sale of work: the Indies' aid of
Knox church, have given tip their
needlework for the holiday season.
The bazaar and tea held on Saturday afternoon was successful in every
way nnd merchandise to the extent
of .$150 was sold. The Averill hall
was decorated with foliage and Hags,
and booths and tea tables were tasti -
fully arranged. Mrs. Whiteside,
Mrs. Goulan.i, Mrs. Morrison and
Mrs. Truax were in charge of the
needlework booth; Mrs. Gaw, Mrs.
Sweyne and Mrs. Mclntyre the cake
and breod booth; Mrs. Kingston and
Mrs. McKim the candy booth; Mrs.
Wright, Mrs. Hodgson, Mrs. Miller,
and the Misses Ross, Wasson, Kennedy and McCallum were in charge
of the tea-tables; Mrs. Ployart, Mrs.
Massie, Mrs. Ardiel, Mrs. P. T. Mc
Callum, Mrs. Munro, Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. McKee
refreshments. Miss Elliott was
cashier.
Rev. F. W. Auvache anil family
left on Thursday for Penticton,
whtre they will icside permanently.
Mr. Auvache has been pastor of the
Baptist church in this city for the
past three or four years, and during
their residence here the family have
gained a wide circle of warm per
Bonal friends, all of whom will regret to learn of their departure from
the city.
William Kiscoin,an Austrian, who
was seriously injured at the Granby
smelter on the 28th pf October last,
died at the Cottage hospital on
Thursday night. The funeral wns
held this morning at 10 o'clock under the auspices of Grand Forks
Union No. 180.
Mrs. M. D. MeKee's reception on
Thursday and Friday was largely at
tended by the ladies of the city,who
wished to make the acquaintance of
new mistress of the manse. She was
assisted by Mioses Christina McCallum and Louise Kennedy.
Miss H. Olding of the teaching
staff, left on Friday to spend the
ChristmaB vacation with her sister,
Mrs. Hunter of Princeton.
Edna Stuart, Dorothy Covert and
T. H. Fraser, three pupils of the lo-
Motion Pictures
Illustrated Songs
Change of Program Monday, Wednesday and
Friday"
3000 Feet New Pictures
2 New Songs Each Night
FREE    DRAWING     TICKETS
Have you seen thut Diamond Bing vet in Morrison's window?   REMEMBER NEW YEAR'S NIGHT.
We regret that owing to a breakage in transit we were unable to open with the talking pictures lust Wednesday, but
hope to open the coming week.
WATCH     FOR   DATE
cal school, wrote for entrance to the
high school this week. There were
no candidates present from outside
points.
Miss I. Moore, of the teaching
staff, left yesterday for Kaslo, where
she will spend the Christmas holi
days with Mrs. W. H. Hudson.
David Whiteside, J. W. Rutherford and D. McCallum are mentioned as candidates for school trustees.
Metal Quotations
NBW'YpIlK, Des. 17—Silver, 51.f
electrolytic copper, 12£@13,
London, Dec. 17.—Silver, '2.'1 9-1 ti;
lead, .£12 17s 6d.
We carry the most fashionable st- ok
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu curds just received at
The Sun job office.
For Sale—Seven acres of fruit
land; close in.  Inquire at this oflice.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c.  Lion
Bottling Works.
Special   Old   Port $1   per  gallon.
Liion Bottling Works.
When you order office stationery
at The Sun job office you can rest
assured that it will be printed with
modern faces of type, and that the
workmanship will be up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete in the
Boundary.
Show curds for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
glance.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
omplete line of 1909 models.    A few
second-hand   wheels cheap.    Wheels
to rent.     Geo.   Chappi.e, Winnipeg
Avenue.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our readers than through The
Sun's advertising columns.
IN THE COUNTY  COURT OF YALE
HOLDEN AT GRAND FORKS
IN    PROBATE
NOTICE is hereby given that on  the
18th day of November, 1909, an
order was made in above Court appointing A. C. Sutton administrator
of all and sinaulai- the estate of James
Greig, lute of Grand Forks, B. C, deceased, intestate.
Every person indebted to said deceased is required to make payment to
the undersigned forthwith, and every
person having in possession effects belonging to the said deceased is required forthwith to notify the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person having any claim upon or interest in the
distribution of the estate of said deceased is required on or before the
14th day of January, 1910, to send
by registered letter, addressed to the
undersigned, his name and address
antl full particulars of his claim (verified by statutory declaration) or interest, and a statement of his account
and the nature of the security (if any)
held by him.
After the said Uth day of January,
1910, the administrator will proceed
with the administration of the estate,
having regard to those claims onlv of
which he shall then have  had  notice.
Dated the 10th day of December,
1909.
A. C. SUTTON,
Public Administaatnr,
Grand Forks, B. C.
^feWonder
To all my friends and patrons I
I extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
will be given April 12 and 13.
A cordial invitation tu all.
c^Wrs. Ma Barnum
We  Handle Only
Prime Stock
In beef, mutton, lamb,
veal, ham, other meats and
poultry. Confidentially, it
wouldn't pay us to do anything else, but we want
you to know. You are invited to prove this statement true or false by actual observation.
P. BURNS C8!, CO., LTD.
a
Nyal's Pile Ointment
A Btainless, soothing
anodyne treatment for
all kinds of Piles.
Price 25c and 50c.
—: 0
Stropping Device   /
For Gillette Safety Raster.
Blades now in stouk.
Make your blades last longer.
Price #2.00.
»
WOODLAND & CO.   _
PHONt 13 DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS \
-t>.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81.00 per year.
NOTICE
N'
OTICE is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners for the
City of Grand Forks, B.C., we intend
to make application for the transfer
of the retail liquor license in respect
to the "Granby" hotel, held by Alexander William Fraser and Fred W.
Russell, to the said Fred W. Russell
And further take notice, that at
said meeting an application will be
made for permission to change the
name of the "Granby" hotel to that
of the "Russell" hotel.
Dated Grand Forks, B.C., the 21st
day of September, A.D. 1909.
A. W. FRASER,
F. W. RUSSELL.
\] OTICE is hereby given that the
[\ partnership heretofore existing
between us, the undersigned, as
hotel-keepers at the City of Grand
Forks, in the Province of British Columbia, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts owing to
the said partnership are to be paid to
Fred W. Russell, who will continue
to curry on the business, and all
claims against the said partnership
are to be presented to the said Fred
W. Russell, hy whom the same will
be settled.
Dated ut Grand  Forks,   B.C.,   he
20th dav of September, A.D. 1909.
A. W. FRASER,
F. W. RUSSELL.
Witness: W. B. Cochrane.
J. B. HENDERSON     J
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RBSIDENCB.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
I'nrtlca liitentllng to build wl.l rlo well tu con*
suit mc.
1909 cTWODELS gf
Bicycles and
Indian Hotocycles
English Bicycles—Bambler
Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries.
Repair Shop, Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels to  Bent.
Geo.Chapple
WUfKIPEO AVE. AND .SECOND ST.
EUROPEAN AGENCY
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Dreamland Theatre, Grand*Forks, B. C. For Rent—Two-story residence on
Third street, between Bridge and
Main streets. Apply A. Traunweiser,
Yale hotel.
APPLICATION FOR WATER RIGHT
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days from the date hereof I,
Ole Johnson, Rancher, of Christina Lake, intend to apply to the
Water Commissioner at Fairview, B.
C, for a license for four cubic feet per
second from "Sutherland" Creek,
about two hundred feet East of Government wagon road and about six
hundred and seventy feet North of
wagon road leading to Christina Hotel
at Christina Lake, B. C, for domestic
and iarigation purposes to be used on
my land, being Lot Nine Hundred
and Seventy, Group One, Similkameen
Division of Yale District, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 3rd day  of Oetober, A.
D. 1909.
OLE JOHNSON.
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COPPERo
HANDBOOK
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is'a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a pracical book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
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and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
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holy communion will lie celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
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as they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox Presbyterian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sabbath school antl Bible class at
2:30 p.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Rev. M. D. McKee, pastor.
Methodist Church, Rev. Schlich-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
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Its facts will pass muster with the
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It lists and describes 4636 copper
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The mining man needs the book for
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Hundreds of swindling companies are
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Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
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Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
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Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
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at 11 a. m. and 7:3(E'p. m.; Bible
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Hotel 4C°l*n
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Does not take into const deration tbe one essential to worn-
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The woman who Deflects her health ii neglestinf the
very foundation of all food fortune. For without health
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Womanly health wben lost or impaired may generally bo
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This Prescription has, tor over 40 years,
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31 one-oent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding (ur 50 Rtcm-pn.
Would yon call hanging a case of
suspended animation!
Even convicts may have the courage of their convictions.
A whole lie sometimes makes less
trouble than a half truth.
Many a true word is spoken in jest
and without any gestures.
Some people couldn't stick to a job
even in a glue fuctory.
It's easy to borrow trouble, but it is
more difficult to get rid of it.
Woman may be the weaker vessel,
but it's genei ally the man who goes
broke.
There is more bunting at the baseball grounds than the decorations
would indicate.
Eliminate politics and religion aud
conversation is generally pretty onesided.
The man who is satisfied to make a
good living is the happiest man in the
world.
Troubles never come singly, and
that is why some men prefer to remain bachelors.
The man who complains that he was
driven to drink would have gotten
there in some other way anyhow.
The cheaper a fake article is sold
the cheaper the purchaser feels when
he realizes that he has been sold.
When a fellow calls on a girl and
stays until after midnight she can't
help wondering if he Is going to make
a go of it.
When you hear a woman say she
would like to be a man, i}'s a pretty
good sign that she is full of bottled-up
cuss words.
Some men are wise enough not to
try to make others believe they know
it all.
The best isn't too good for the man
who can pay foi it with honestly ai -
quired coin
It's all right to try, try again, hut
it is berter to make good the first
time
After a woman makes up her mind
it doesn't take her long to makeup her
face.
The hay-fever victim appreciates
anything that is not to be sneezed at.
A writer of epitapgs should be conversant with the dead languages.
It's so much easier to gossip about
people than to pray for them.
People seldom appreciate good ad
vice unless they have to pay it.
Lots of people say things they ought
to be ashamed even to think.
No man dies of spiritual indigestion
from swallowing his spite.
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Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE.
Tale Land^Uistrlct.    Dlitriot of Simllka-
' meen,
'finf   NOTICE   that    Smith    Curtis,    of
Rossland. B.C. occupation mine operator.
Intends to Apply for permission to purohase
the following described lands:
Commenainiifit a post planted on the western side line of the Nelson & Port Shepherd
Hallway company's Land UruUi^atid at the
southeast corner of I'eter Shaw's pre-emp*
tion on hig Sheep Creek; thence west 70
ehaina; thence south IS chains, more or less,
to the north line of J. J. Gill's pre-emption;
thenoe east 35 chains, more or less, to northeast corner of said Gilt's pre-emption;:
thence south 15 chains: thence east Hit chains,
more or less,to the western line of aforesaid
Railway Land Grant; thenoe north 80 chains
to point of commencement, ooutalning lWi
acres, more or less.
;JAMES ROBINSON CRANSTON,
A Kent for SMITH CURTIS.
Dated December Uth, 1908.
JT Notice to the People of Grand Forks
j^ and Vicinity:
You neetl not depend on  any travelling photographer
to take your pictures.
JOHN    H.   JAMES
Is now settled in his new quarters next door to the  Yale Hotel,
and will take any picture you want, indoors or  out, at
Reasonable
WATER NOTICE
Notick is hereby given thnl an application
will be made under Fftrt V. ol the "Won*
Act, .1009.''to obtain « liooiw In the Rlmflka-
meen Division ul Yale DUtrlot.
(a.) The name, address and occupation of thu
Applicant: Charles Baiidntr, Knglllu Cove, B.
.:.. iiniichcr. (If (or mining purpbMj Krec
Miner's Certificate No	
(IO The mime of the lake, slrenm or BOltroe
(il uKiuimcii, tho description is): Saimuer
breelt,
(C) The point of diversion: .'.bout one-fourth
mile South from the Northeast ooruor o( i.<>t
-MSA, Group Ono, slnillKameen Division of i ale
'District.
Ol.) The quantity of water applied for (in cubic feet per second): Four cubit feet,
(e.) Trie characterof the proposed works  .
(f.) 'int. pre in i»e(t on which the water Is in hn
used (di'M-rihe name): Hart Lot 1428, Group
One. Simllkumeen Division of Yale District,
(B.) The purpn_.es for Which the water is to l»i-
used: Domestic and trrlttiitiim,
(h.) if fur Irrigation duscrlbethe land Intend*
ed to be irrigated, giving aoreaxe: Hurt of Lot
1428. Grout) One, Btrallltameen Division of Yule
District, 12U acres, more or less.
(i.j If the Water ll to bo used for power or
mining purposes dcwrlbe the plaCd where the
wnicr Is to bo returned to some natural ohan*
lie], and the ilitVcrenee hi altitude between
point of diversion and point of return    ..,
(j.) Area of Crown land Intended tobo occupied by tbo yropQi-ed works	
(k.) Tnls notice was posted on Hie iwelith day
oi oetober, 1909.and application will be inadu to
the ('"ininIwti t on the seventeenth dn>- of
November. MOH.
(l.) 'ivc ihe names and addresses of any
riparian proprietors or licensees wbo or whose
lahiUare likely to bviilleeud l.y the proposed
worh*>, either above or below the outlet	
(Signature) Cil A KJ.KSSANPN Kit.
{P. 0. Addreim) Kimllsli Cove, U. 0'
CHARLES G, WHEELER
;M. Inst. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
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Second Street
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Prints iriore live Houndnry unws than
nny other paper buolinned in the
district. The price of Tiik Sun is
onlv $1.00 per year—one-half the cost
of ite competitors. Thk Son is tiever
on tiie fence regarding questions of
public interest. Thk Sl'N is acknowledged to l>e one uf the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refuntied by culling ut theollies
of publication.
Thk EvKNlNO Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Fanner,
$1,00 per year in advance.
Thk Evening  Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Funnier  and   the  Montreal Family Herald
|and Weekly Star, Sl'.OO  per  year in
i advance.
ANT available Dominion Lands within the
Railway Belt of British Columbin may bp
homestead ed hy any person who Ih the head
of a family, or any male over eighteen years
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
of ISO aeres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for the district in which the land
Is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditio.ih connected therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon aud
cultivation of the land In each year for three
years.
(2) If thc father (or mother, tf the father Is
deceased), of the homesteader resides unon a
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements as to residence may he sat*
Istied by such person residing with the father
or mother.
(8) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him ln
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied hy
residence upon the said land.
Six months' notice tn writing should be
giveu the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coui mining rights mav be leased
for a period of twenty-one yeurs at an an*
nual rental of f 1.00 per acre. Not more than
2,f»fin acres shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rote of five cents
per ton shall be collected on the merchant*
able coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.R.—Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
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NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Receive both l.inlie* and Gentlemen as red"
•lent ur ,\ny ittidentai has a oomnloteCom'
nm-cUiil or Business Couriei prepares sttt'
doiitsto train Teachers' OertlHcatas ol nil
grades; gives the four years' oouree f<»r the
11. A.<iet.r...>li.ii<l tlu. lirst Vfiirultlm SW 1
of Science eourie, In elBllation with the I'm-
rontoUnlverslty; Int. it ipcclnl liriMHii'Ctor*
oburati fur mlncm who work In B.C. Imlrni-
tltui ih alto kivi'ii In Art, Munir, Physical Cuj«
tm.' .ui-! l.ldi'lltloli. Turin Opens Sept. II,
IUU...   lin i iiluixlur-. i'i,-.. mlilrpmi
COLUMIllANCOU.EIiK.
Tiik Sun is roud by everybdy  bo
cause it prints all the Boundary news.
Special  Old   Port SI  i<t gallon.!
Lilon Bottling Works.
You might as well try u> reach
the orb of dny by walking OD a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising i.i any other
medium. _______
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iHtSrei'nit from our store, and we will guar-
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CHRISTMAS STAMP CAMPAIGN
BATTLE AGAINST THE DREAD
WHITE PLAGUE.
Lt sIMmoH a
Available
Beds  in   the   Muskoka   Free
for
..,     ....   Hospital
Consumptives  Increased  Three-Fold as a Result of
uLastn Year's Sale of Christmas Stamps.   The Number
^""'»Be Doubled This Year If Everyone Will Help.
STIMULATED by
the success of a
year ago t lie National
Sanitarium Association have made large
preparations for the
sale of the Christmas
Stamp of 1909-10, issued on behalf of the
Muskoka Free Hospital for  Oonsump-
lonttileiMritiw tives.
i.m J.»ftrlF„„$0,000.00 was netted from
"' labt/daf'S'sale, making it possible for
.'"TO.STO#> to increase thVavallable
beds for needy patients from an aver-
■-;1 d(jp"6f 4Wty-five a year ago to one
'','|§_#tald forty, tbeaccommodation
_m.Ml<W.vjmi
;;;/;, /TO£ tWfetees are hoptful that they
■..' *l»y.)W?ng the accommodation up to
. 'iiSOOteitsaji tbe outcome of this year's
■'"WfMSf tMs little one cent messenger
ttfMytuuid healing.
.(ibiHyfcistaM Stamp, as a means of
»iii|>8fe"_W))ihe dread white plague, had
its origin in Denmark in 1901, the sale
from ^vhinh has financed a hospital for
piptives in that country. The
vas taken up by the Red Cross
Itj^of the United States in 1007,
n rarest has grown each year,
(r ago a Christmas stamp of
design was put in circulation
Muskoka Free Hospital for
Consumptives with tbe success already
indj^ed in this article.
Thajwioo of the individual stamp is
only mre cent, bnt what wonderful
things can be accomplished by ao tiny
an instrument. There is no reason
■jiperyone who writes a letter,
ernes a postcard, mails a newspaper or parcel from this day nut
should not use ono nf these stamps,
TUB Educational value of the stamp
appearing on every piece of mall matter Tjjrfuld   ho  enormous.     One can
haraly'flgiiifl up the material results.
Jjmwemid mean a routing nf tbe enemy
Tuberculosis that would bring hope
and joy and gladness to thousands of
homes and communities in all parte of
Canada.
The stamp of 1909 is more beautiful
than that of a year ago. The design
is as shown in this article, but printed
in red and green, and is of same size
as the regular government postage
stamp.
This Christmas stamp will not carry
any kind of mail, but any kind of mall
will carry it—and carry too the happy
Season's Greetings from sender to receiver. The stamps will be done up in
envelopes of ten, twenty-five, fifty and
one hundred for ordinary selling, and
large users will be supplied in quantities. The price for ten or for one
thousand is a cent each.
The banks, departmental stores,
drug stores, book and stationery
stores and many other stores will sell
them. Women's clubs, church organizations, bible classes and Sunday
schools, public schools, and many
other organizations and individuals
will help this year as last year.
There would seem to be no reason
why everybody everywhere may not
help in forming an army of willing
workers to sell these stamps all over
the Dominion. The Muskoka Free
Hospital for Consumptives is in the
fullest  sense a national institution
caring for patients from every pro-
vince in Canada.
The first issue of t\te stamp for this
year i.s one million, and these will be
put into circulation immediately, but
there can hardly be any reason why
the issue should not be increased
many times over before Christmas.
The direction of Ihe sale of Christmas Stamps is in the hands of Mr. J.
S. Robertson, Sec-Treasurer, National
Sanitarium. Association, 317 King
Street, West, Toronto, who will give
prompt reply to any enquiriea regarding the stamp.
The Union Show
The big union show was in the
Grand Forks opera house on last
Monday evening as . usual, but on
account of illness the Jolly Fred
Slansliekl company, who have been
running the vaudeville part of the
show, were unable to take part.
Starting with the New Vear, this
show will run three big vaudeville
nets and two high-class illustrated
songs and over 3000 feet of film pic-
lures. Every inonday evening till
then the show will be running four
reels of first-class film pictures, also
tbe illustrated songs, etc. The new
vaudeville after the New Year will
mean a complete change of "star
artists" at every Monday night's
show, as now the Union show has a
signed contract with the Webster
Circuit company of Chicago. No pst
of ai lists will appear two weeks in
succession. Next Monday night
there will be a specialty in the shape
of a bass solo by Chester E. Walton,
of the famous three Walton Bros.,
entitled   "When   the   Bell   in  the
Light-house Rings Ding-Dong.'
The price of admission will be 25c,
and for children under 12, 15c.
WATER    NOTICE
NOTIf-E is hereby civon tliHt an a|>pli«'atl
will be made under 1'art V. of the "Wn
tion
uter
Act. 11)09/' to obtain a license In the Siniilku-
inceii Division nf Vale District.
(a) The name, luldrew anil occupation of the
appllcan: William Walmsley, Cascade, B. C,
Uiuli'uid Station Agent. (II for minim: purposes) Kree Miner'tulenlfleateNo	
(ii) The name of the lako, ittrt>ani or source (if
unnamed, the description is) Baudiier Creek.
Ci The point of Mlversion: About moo feet
north mmi Sandner's mill, Christina Lake, and
up th.' creek ahout Ml) feet'" *" Easterly direction.
(il) The qunutitv of water applied for (in OU-
hlc feet per seeiuid): Otienublt foot.
(e) The characterof ihe proposed works   	
(f) The premises on which the water Is to be
used (describe same): Part of Lot 11-.1, Uroup
One, Hlmilkameen Division or Vale District.
(ft) Thu purposes for which the water is to he
used: Domestic aud irrigation,
(li) If for irrigation describe the land Intend
ed to be irrigated, giving acreage* Partof Lot
1428, Group One, Similkameen Division of Vale
District, ten aores. more or Icsp.
(I) Ii the water Is to be used for power or mining purposes describe the place where the water
i* to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference lu altitude between the point of
diversion and the point of return	
(j) Area of Crown laud Intended to be oecu-
pit'll by the proposed works	
(k) This notice was posted on the twelfth day
of iictober. liiOti. and application will be made
to the commissioner on the seventeenth dav of
November, lttlW.
(I) Give the names and addresses of any
riparian proprietors or licensees who or whoie
lands are likely to beaifected by the propoacd
works, eitner above or below the owlet: Churl*...*
.Sandner.
(Signature) WILLIAM WALMSLEY,
(P. O. Address) Cascade, B. C.
HOTEL   PROVINCE
The Oliver Typewriter
forl7CentsaDay!
Pleasf read the headline'over again.  Then its
tremendous significance will lawn upon you.
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on the market—yours lor 17 cents     day I
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The typewriter that is equipped with scores oi
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-"The Adjustable Pa-
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Hot and Cold Baths
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IT Printing "|
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We announced this
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the people. Him My a small cash payment ■■-
then 17 cents a day. That is tbe clan in a nut
shell.
The result has been RUoll a deluge of application! for machines that wc are simply hv
tounded,
The demand comes from people of all Clawea.
all ages, all occupations.
Thu majority of inquiries hns come from people of known financial standing who were attracted hy the novelty of the propoa on. An
impressive demonstration of the immense pop*
uiarity of tho Oliver Typewriter
A startling confirmation of our belief that
the Km of Universal Typewriting is at hand..
A Quarter of a Million People
"   are Making Monty with
Tlje a_
OLIVET?
TVpeWrrtfcr
The Standard Visible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter Is a monev'-maker
right from the word "go!" Soeasvto run that
begii.tiers soon get lu Hie "expert" class, haru
as you learn. Let the machine pay the 17 cent*
a day—and nil above that is yours."
Wherever you are, there is work to lie dou*
and money to be made by using the Oliver. The
business world is calling for ollvor operators.
There are uot enough to supply the demand,
rheirsalaries are considerably above tliose of
many'elassesof workers,
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
Tint Is the battle cr; today. iVe Have made
theollvemuiireuie In imufuljiuuam] absalucalT
luillsininnlile lu bllMlie.... Uuiv camel the con'
'flii'M of the home,
The ilmpllclly ami strength ofthe Oliver nt It
l«r family line, ft is Ijeromiiu. all Important
factor ln the homo training of young people.
A n educator as well as a money maker.
Our new sell Ing plan puts tic Oliver on the
threshold of every home In America. Will yon
close the door of your home or office on this re-
markable Oliver oiler?
Write for further details of onr easy offer and
a free copy of tne new Oliver catalog.   Adi real
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
CHICASO. ILL.
MW
m\
,'fLe foi
<M06, IS
following table gives the ore shipments of  Boundary mines
1906 and for the past week
1907
. OatSby Mines, Phoenix      613,537
,'l£Q(KM»hoe, Phoenix       135,001
"   ]fer Lode, Deadwood      208,321
'"Mine, Snmmit	
a, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
'" lie Belle, Deadwood	
lyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix        43,295
o, Phoenix	
RjMMhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan	
i&Hator, Summit Camp	
Aforrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
y. ^ia Copper, WeBt Copper	
Tfiveraide	
Carmi, West Fork	
.-^Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
ncan	
vidence, Greenwood	
horn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
doldi'ii Eagle 	
■^Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
ylark, Skylark Camp	
ist Chance, Skylark Camp	
E! P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Say, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
'Don-Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
1908
1,032,519
45,956
314,029
Past Week
25,554
4,190
11,792
18,274
14,481
65,800
100
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
5,780
10,740
3.802
530
120
649
90
65
86
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
50
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
J*
WE PRINT
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 Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
GOOD "KIlMlIINto   advertisement, and
in   itself  an
. trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the b_»t. Let uaestimate on vour on*.'. We guarantee
satisfaction.
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of*
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE ANoTlRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North of Granby Hotri.,
First Strkbt,
— Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
- Granby Smelter  637,626
■ B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
lo Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,479,682       12,436
1,031,671
355,935
22,666
26,744
11,676
Total Treated     1,133,017   1,420,272
38,820
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
 DIVIDBNDB .
Tntal to    Latett      Per
Date.       Date.   Sharp
Authorised «-• shabh-*       Paid
C»rlL.»Mel5"m^y-llold.™...     UjM.W)   IWM    fj "    i««io %{&'£_!__ IMS m
PrnvldftitflA—911 rep                                200000       II000     $5          16,000 m.isi Sept. Wn ,*■
oiS!KpS^pfe.V.V........   IW.000   _»«.«»    tn         201.2™ Sept.mn .o«
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tki.kphonb A129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER GONPANT
RuTHKRroRn Bros., Props.
60 VMIW
EXPERIENCK
•p. cut nutic, with oat <
Scientific Hmericatt
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lanrut olr-
'   Ion of aay BClentlllo Journal.   Termi for
-"& a raar. postage prepaid.   Bold by
f anr iciemlflo
.75 ara	
■U neWBdualers.
MUNN & Co,*»'™
Branch OIBt'i*. e
julatron
Canada,'
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