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•Seventh Year---No. 5.
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Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. November 29, 1907.
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Rossland Miners' Union Voluntarily Assent to a Reduction
Metal Quotations
New York, Nov. 27.—Silver, 57*};
lead, $4.75; electrolytic copper, \'i\%
13J; casting copper, 12 A.
London, Nov. 20.—Lead, 416
15s.; silver, 26'i.
Vote 2 to I in Favor of Reduction—Mo Shut Down
reared
Mining Stock Quotations
NewYohk, Nov. 27.—The follow
ing are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.
Granby     75.00
Dominion Copper.....   1.87}
B. C. tapper    3.75
NEWS OFTHE C/TY
Movement on Foot to lum
Race Track Into an Agricultural Park
ubout six months, after which they
I are exchanged for new ones. The
membership fee is 50 cents per quarter, whioh entitles the member to read
as many books us he desires.
Bid
65.00
1.62}
3.50
THE BOUNDARY DISTRICT
The Rowland Miners' union by a
referendum vote Tuesday consented
to reduce tbe wage seal* to that
whicb wm in effect prior to July 1.
The old wage scale was $3.50 for
machine men and $3.00 for shovellers, with the wage* of the otber employees about tbe mine in like proportion. The scale, whicb went into effect on July 1, wu $4 for machine men and $3.25 for shovellers.
Tuesday the mines closed down for
the purpose of allowing tbe employees time to discuss and rote on
the question of the reduction of
wages. Tbe union met at 10:30 a.
m. and discussed the question earnestly until noon.
A resolution prepared at the morning meeting provided for going back
to the old scale was then voted on.
When the union reassembled at 2
o'clock a referendum vote was taken
and tbe resolution carried by a two
thirds majority. The mines therefore will not shut down as bas been
threatened for some time past, as
the management declared there was
do profit since metals went down,
under the higher wage scale. And
under the lowered scale it will
now be possible to make a small
profit.
There was a protracted meeting at
M ners' union ball Tues lay m nni ig
that was very largely attended, as
•li the mines were closed down tor
the express purpose of allowing tbe
miners to meet und fully discuss the
situation before taking a vote.
Many speeches were made, at this
morning's meeting and it is understood that the minority of the speak
ers favored accepting a reduction of
wages- under known existing con
ditiona. , *
Officials of Miners union wben
approached at noon today, declined
to give out any statement <s to wbat
was said at this morning's meeting
and after tbe vote was taken Ihe
same officials declined to give any
thing more than a general statement.
• The voting commenced at 3 o'clock
and closed at 0 p. tn. A very huge
vote was cast and it is known that
it stood at least two to one in favor
of accepting a wage reduotion.
It is understsod that in future tbe
wane scale will be that in force prior
to July 1st last.
All the proceedings leading up to
the vote today have been informal,
Ihe men deciding the matter upon
tbeir own initiative.
The mines will reopen tomorrow
, as usual and it is understood tbat no
close down   will now  ensue as was
| feared some days ago.
Iiossland people are greatly retrieved at the peaceful solution of
Jwhat hut for the Reasonable attitude
■of the miners, might have been a
Ivary serious problem.
The new crusher for the Mother
Lode, which waa shipped from
Sherbrooke, Que., on October 26th,
arrived at the Greenwood yards pf
the C. P. R. last Friday morning.
Arrangements are being made to put
it in position immediately. It is
made by the Jencke'a Machine Co.
and hoe a jaw 30x42 inches.
Invitations have been extended to
all sojourning craftsmen in the
Boundary district to visit King Edward Lodge No. 36, of Phoenix, on
Friday, December 6th, when D. D,
O. M. Noble Binns will make his
official visit to the lodge.
A Realistic Drean Results in
the Baptism of Two
Bankers
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
llobe for $1 per year,
Recognizing tbe importance of tbe
recent decision of Mr. Justice Cle
ment, affecting all divorces granted
in Ihe province since confederation,
attorney general Bowser has decided
to appeal the case direct to the
privy council to settle the question
finally at tbe earliest possible moment. Leave to appeal will be asked at tbe next sitting of the privy
council.
T. Johnston, of Nelson, has received a letter from R. M. Palmer,
dated Nov. (Sth, from London in
whicb he says: ''We huve just had
a very successful exhibit of B. C.
frail at Hereford, on the occasion of
the Herefordshire annual exhibition.
Oar fruit was awarded a certificate
of merit—the highest award given
by the as ooiatii a."
Liberalism and the West
The manner io which the great
West has been opened up is a niotiu-
-ueut to tbe sagacity of tbe governmenl, and tbe results a marvel of
tbe country. The land end water
transportation problems of Canada
have been solved in the interests of
the Dominion hs a whole. The
National Trunscontiuunt.il Railway,
to build which tbe Government received a direct mandate from the
paople, is being rapidly pushed to
completion, and very shortly Canada will bave another line slreich-
mg from tbe Atlantic to the Pacific
Tbe finances of ibe country huve
been so ably and economically ad
ministered t hat each year of Liberal
rule has found the debts of ih.i
country promptly discharged, in.
new debts created, and a handsome
surplus remaining. LowerJ tariff,
producing a greater revenue, has
been less burdensome to the people
and accomplished the purpose for
whicb it was designed. Tbe Post
O/lice Department has been managed
in a businesslike manner, resulting
in a surplus for the first time in the
history of the country. Every department of the Government has
been conducted upon business principles, in which honesty and economy have become apparent in the
satisfactory results secured.
A movement is now under way
whereby the Farmers' Institute will
assume the liabilities of the race
track and athletic grounds and turn
it into an agricultural park, where
fruit and agricultural exhibits could
be held, The liabilities of the race
track consist of fifty $100 shares,
and it is confidedtly hoped that
sufficient interest will be taken in
the scheme by the business men and
ranchers of the valley to take up
this indebtedness. A number of
Midway and Greenwood people are
said to be very enthusiastic over the
plan, as they realize that good agricultural exhibits in tbis neighborhood would benefit the whole valley.
A. Erskine Smith anrl E. H. C.
Rawlinson returned on Wednesday
fi'om a six days' hunting expedition
to the west fork of the north fork.
Mr. Rawlinson brought back a dead
cougar and a live bear story.
ii     **3     &'•  •
v **•  ■)
Mio Per *$ar in Advance.
*-*-.---
COilfHOil
Judge Brown, in Chambers,
Disposed of a Number of
Cases Yesterday
A meetiug of the police commissioners was held last Monday afternoon, Mayor Mcintosh and Commissioners McCalluin and Mcintosh being present. Tbe resolution passed at
the last meeting os the city council,
asking the board to dispense with the
services of one policeman, was read.
On motion of Commissioners McCallum and Mcintosh, a resolution was
adopted to the effect that the board
did not consider it advisable at the
present time to dispense with the services of one policeman.
Two bankers—or bank clerks-
slept with their bedroom windows
open last Tuesday night, and dreamt
that the skating on the river was
fine. The dream was very realistic,
and on Wednesday morning they
started out for a spin on the ice.
After tbey had gotten a ducking in
the witer up to their necks, they
concluded that the ice was of the
same stuff that dreams are made of.
The engine that hauls the stub
train from this city to Phoenix had
a collision with a frei/jht car in the
Great N'orlhern yards here last
Thursday, and was so badly shattered that it had to he sent to the shops
for repairs. None of the train crew
were injured.
Gateway Lodge No. 45, I. O. O.
F., at its meeting this week, elected
the following officers for the coming
term: N. G., John Kuvanugh; V.
G., R. Frache; i'.*u. Sec, W. R.
Dewdney; P, M, W. U. Bower;
freas., Fred ('lark.
J. Moe, of Nelson, district passen
ger agent of the Canadian Pacific railway, was a visitor in the city last
Tuesday. Mr. Moe came here in response to the requisition sent by the
railway committee of the 20,000 club
to the head officials of the road, ask
ing that through passenger trains be
run from the east to Boundary poii.ts,
thus obviating the stop-over in Nelson. In a conference with some of
the members of the committee, Mr.
Moe stated that he would do everything he could to bring about the desired change.
Jury Case of Stewart vs. MacLeod et al. Being Argued
Today
Stetson's "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
company gave a good rendition of the
American classic to a crowded house
at the opera house on Monday evening.
The specialties between acts were the
best that have been seen in this city
within the memory of the "oldest inhabitant," the dancing being exceptionally fine. The majority of the
artists were good enough to earn a
lucrative salary iu a metropolitan
theatre.
The direetors of tho skating rink
are milking preparation"! to flood
the rink at thu first sign of a cold
-nap, and it is quite probable that
the first skating will come as a
i hristuias gift,
A meeting of the Kettle Valley
Farmers' Institute will be held in
the city hall on December 17th for
permanent organization. All the
necessary papers and documents are
now in the bands of the temporary
officers, and it is desirable that all
who are interested in the movement
ahnuld be present and subscribe
their names as members.
Mr. Hull has been selected as the
custodian of the traveling provincial
library, which recently arrived in the
eity, and lie has installed it in the Dominion express otlice. The present in
staliuent consists of about 100 standard works on mining, assaying, agriculture, horticulture, history, travel,
science, art, fiction and poetry. The
bonks are generally kept  in  one  city
The funeral of the late Russell M.
Hill was held ut 1 :.'*(' Sunday afternoon from Cooper's undertaking par-
lai's, and was largely attended by the
friends of the family of deceased. An
impressive service was conducted at
the Methodist ohuroh hy Rev. Mr.
Schlichtcr. Interment took place ut
the city cemetery.
A number of our local gunners
went over to the Danville turkeyshoot
on Wednesday last. Jt is reported
that Messrs. A. B, W. Hodges, L, A,
Manly, .lames McArdle, Miles liarrelt
and Fred Russell brought back twelve
birds, it is feared that tho people
of Danville hurl nothing to e it but
clearings house certificates for thoir
Thanksgiving dinner.
The case of Geo. Elliott, who made
a desperate attempt to commit suicide
last «eek while suffering from the effects of extreme alcoholism, came up
befsre Judge Cochrane on Monday
last. The judge sentenced Elliott to
six months' confinement in the Nelson
jftil, iu order to give him time to niter
his determination in rogard to leaving
this world before his time comes,
Chief of Police Savage went over to
•Nelson with the man lust Tuesday.
The following cases were disposed
of by his honor Judge J. R. Brown,
in chambers, at the November session of the county court at tbe government building in this city yesterday:
In re E. A. Hain estate, petition
of administrator for order to distribute estate among the heirs. To
distribute one-fifth; notice for a
month in a Tacoma weekly paper.
In re Alexander Dawson estate,
application of official administrator
fer letters of administration. Ordsr
(ranted.
W. H. Covert vs. James Yoe, notice os motion for review of both
plaiatiffs's and defendant's costs.
Judgment reduced $10, council fee
to Cochrane increased $6; hiselient's
costs reduced by $4. H. C. Hanington for plaintiff, W. B. Cochrane
for defendant.
W. M. Wolverton vs. Chas. Sand-
ner, judgement of garnishee set for
the 28th inst.; will send judgement
by mail. D. Whiteside for plaintiff, A. C. Sutton for defendant.
J. L. Wiseman vs. Thos. Graham;
notice of motion for better answer to
interrogatories, costs of motion to be
plaintiff's costs in any event. H.
C. Hanington for plaintiff, . D.
Whiteside for defendant.
The new jury case of J. A. Stewart
VS. G. A. McLeod, W. C. Thomas
and II. W. Warrington, which completes the docket; came up at 10
o'clock today, and will probably not
be finished until tomorrow afternoon. This is an action to collect
forwork done antl money paid out
to the sum of $198.65 on account of
tho Maple Leaf claim. H. C. Hanington for plaintiff, J. D. Spence for
Thomas and 1). Whiteside ior Warrington.
Chas. Anderson, a r.inchor living
near Orient, wus examined lust week,
ut Republic, for his sanity boforo J,
0. Kerley, court commissioner, and a
jury consisting of Dr. S. 11. Manly
and J. W. fliggins. The defendant
was declared insane ami bus been
sent to Medical Luke, it is believed
tho man bus boen iusune for 4the past
year. He recently purchased a revolver and shot at two persons with
whom he had no quarrel. He is a
native of Sweden, anrl has a brother
living in Brooklyn.
Probably nearly 100 men have
heen let out by the C. P. R. and
Great Northern ou account of tbe
temporary stoppage of mining and
•meltingoperations in thc Boundary
in ih- last ten days.
Fred Keffer, M. E. of Greenwood
engineer in charge of the mines of
the British Columbia Copper Company, Limited, and president of the
Canadian Mining Institute, has
written the various western members of thc latter association of thu
branch be formed. He points out
the fact that the meetings of the institute arc usually held in the East,
ami that thc formation of such a
body would result to the benefit of
all the members. Holiday Greeting
The happy Christmas time is fust
approaching, mul ugfiln we tuk-
pleasure in Inviting ymi tu Inspect
our new tind Veil aelflOtod line of
Diamonds, Wntches, Clocks. Jewelry, Solid Silver ami plated ware,
Cut Glass, Hand Pninred China,
I'mhrellas, Etc. Do not forget thnt
we pride ourselves ou our good
goods and low prices. We make
our reputation on BUOh goods as
Morrison's Silverware, the Huest
In the world. We curry u most
complete lino.
Hawkes Gut Glass,
Hamilton, Howard
and   Elgin  Watches
Nothing more needs to ho said.
The Goods Tale fob Themselves
<">nr personal reputation guarantees honest prices.
A.   D. MORRISON
Jeweler and Optician
Bridge Street
Grand Foaks
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907
The Nelson Canadian, commenting oh tho action of the Rnwtlftad
Miners' union in voluntarily reduo-
ing the scale of wages, gays: "Tha
Roan-land camp has probably heen
f-aved from a  winter of idlenetw, da- -    -
pr-mion  and suffering  by the good "" who «/ "tho laDd  ,or •**■• ■*■-
. •      ler" whr.ii thev comptlled tht settler
proposals should emanate
agement."    We are not pre*.
say from what source the  Canadian
derives ils   assurances   that mining
The publio debt in 1896, alter hi
Conservatives bad been in olliee
esRhteen years, w«s $258,497,452.
When they assumed p iwer in 1878,
the public debt was $140,362,069,
so thnt in eighteen years tbey ud.leil
to the burdens of the people the sum
of $118,135,363, equivalent to an
average increase of about six and a
half millions per annum. During
'even years of Liberal rule there
has positively been no addition to
the public debt, but surpluses have
been created amounting to over $90,-
000,000. Sir Wilfred Laurier once
said, when speaking at Toronto,
that it was not necessary to quote a
long array of figures to prove the
prosperity of the country, for, said
he: You will feel the jingle of prosperity iu your pockets " This prophesy has been remarkably fulfilled,
for that the Canadian people have
felt the jingle of prosperity in their
pockets is everywhere acknowledged,
The policy of the Liberals to pro-
serve the public domain for lb*
settler is loo well known to be enlarged upon, but it is interesting in
this connection to remind the people
that the Conservatives voted as subsidies to railroads no less than 56,-
087,072 acres. These are the people
who accuse the Government of alien-
•ting the public lands and favoring
the speculator at the expense of tbe
settler. As a matter of fact, the
lands alienated by the Conservatives
were naturally selected along the
right of way of the various railroads
■nd were consequently of greater
value (in respect to transportation
of products) to the settler » ho was
compelled to buy from the corpor
ttion at a high figure the land which
he would otherwise have been entitled to take up free as a homestead. This is the manner in which
the Conservative government protected the homeseeker of the W st, ly
forcing him to buy from thn railroad or locate so far from the line
that it became of no service to him.
What will the people think of   the
... the nn*
 _     _ r for Pub-
Hi* Buildinc.  I.iiil.vsmlth.  II. i'.," will In  rn-
ceiveil at this office until Wetltiesduy, Decern*
ber 11, 1907, inclusively, for the construction
of a Public Hnil.lii.ir nt Lnilyaniith, II C.
Flans  null specification- .-nu   be seen   nnd
a   auva. -ruv v./     ..... .-»—   .-.   —-—     furms of temler obtained ut this Department
  e gOOU .       an,i on application to  the   Postmaster at
...     ...     ,,.„ ler" when they compelled the settler Ladyamfth.B.o.
Sense of    a majority Ot    tne WOmig • Persons tendering are notified that temlers
, ,     .. „„»J„J   tO purchase from tne Corporations at   will n«t be considered unless made on the
miners, whose decision was recoraea      ■*  _  *. nrinteiiformsiinniiednniisiiriiBdwiihtheir
last night to   accept a   reduction of
k4-i. £-.._   1-...4  _l;„l ,l.   „..«*.»..    printed form supplied, and.tgned withthei
high figure, land which the corpor- actual signa4ureB.
- ■     - RP...1. ...i,,).... mtiaa   he   ........nii.niiic.l  bv  n
ii a   reuueuott ot      -     -     ■-    .
..,. ,        „,, „«   .-,„ ations secured for  nothing,   lithe
50 cents   a day.     Ihe   eyes of   the ■
ir   . iv   „„„.„.. „• settler is  compelled to pay   a high
Kootenay arc row on tho camps of     .,,.,,, .
If a similar P*'08 lo" **■•  U,,d h*  owe*   ll t0 R
Conservative  Government,    which
mere i '
the interior | *rit>eraa •*w*-"' *',i8   heritage of   the
home-seeker.   The  evils   of    land
Canada has 198 railway  companies, under 94 controlling companies.
Paid-up capitttl of Canadian rnil-
wnys, SI.3.32,000.000; gross earnings
$125,322,865; working expenses,
'$87,HJ4,434
Canada bss   9!),9i4
nd ii,931 locomotives
railway ears
Canada has n greater railway mileage thnn Australia and New Zealand.
Wi
nre still ofleriny The Sun nnd
the Toronto Weaklv ('lobe and Can*
iidii Knrini'i' for ?! per year in ad-
vance. The illustrated supplement
that accompanies tht*GI"bs is wor.b
twice the money we nsk for the two
>er>>.
We have some uf tlio highest ""hide
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,   ken Job Ulliee.
U* A. HENDERSON, C.E. 8 M.E.
B. G. Land Surveyor
&£.BS"1       Grand Forks, G. C.
GAiLAHER'S
(BELFAST AND LONDON)
AND (IISNUINK
Irish Twist Roll
imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
flftmA'
inrrij latrnvniaiata
SEALED TENDERS addressed to i
derailed, ajid endorsed "Tender fc
the Boundary district
proposal be made and adopted there
tbe mining industry of the interio
will be enabled to tide over the period of hard times. From every bonus to wealthy monopolists must
point of view it is better that such b,i laid *° •he CoM»rvative», and if
»-r-,no«-.ls should emanate   from tbe  tho W *-""   !n'fft'r"'   '"''")' '*■   having
land adapted to   agriculture held at
men than be suggested bv the man- lana m*Plm l0   agriculture
nmnant."    We are not prepared to P**1^*? P™8'' ^ ^™ ml,8t
Each tender must be accompanied liy ...
accepted oheque oo a chartered bank, made
payable to theorder-of the Honourable tlm
Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per
cent [10 p. c] of the amount of the tender,
whioh will he forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when
en lied upon to ilo so, or If be fall to complete
the work contracted for. If tbe tender he
not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or anv tender.
Hy Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Seoretary.
Department of Public- Works-
Ottawa, November 13,1007.
Newspapers will not be paid for tbis advertisement If they Insert It without authority
from the Department.
be placed where il properly belong*
he Liberal Government, appreciat-
derives its   assurances  tnai mining i
operations would be resumed in tht\ia» 'hat ™[my* *">">   nMeMMJr to
-    -    I th« il«»..l.,imi..iit nt'   new   territory.
boundary by a reduction of the
wage scale, but if this course would
bring about tbe desired effect, we
feel certain that it would meet with
general approval ill this district—
by tha laboring class as well as th*
public generally.
All Canada on   Wednesday   November 20th, extend   congratulation!
to Sir Wilfred  l/xnriur on  attaining
his   sixty-sixth     birthday.      Tbis
great   Frcnuh-Uanadian   statesman
entered public life in IS"I   as member for Drummond and Arthabaska.
In 1887 be was chosen as tbe leader
ofthe Liberal party, and in 1890 he
led bis party to   victory.    For   tbe
dignity of Canada, for tbe well-being
of her teeming millions, for the furtherance of honest and economical
government, all   will unite   in   tbe
hope that   this   brilliant sUUin.an
will long be spared to lead hii party
to greater conquests, and guide Canadian public affairs with the  industry and wisdom   which   has distinguished his administration   for  tbe
past eleven years.
the development of new territory,
extended assistance by payment of a
cash subsidy upon which interest
was oharged, thus the subsidy became practically a loan. The Liberal Government imposed other
conditions with respect to rates
charged the Government upon all
subsidized railroads which ellected
a great saving eaoh year. Had this
policy been adopted by tbe Conservatives in tbe early history of railroad building, many millions of
dollars a year of the people's money
would bave been saved.
CANADIAN RAILWAYS
Cm.da has 21,853 miles of railway (besides 4,085 uiilet-j-of sidings);
1830, 10 miles of railway.
SEALED TENDERS add reused to the Undersigned, und endorsed "Tender for Detention Building, Victoria, B.C.." will be received nt this oflice until Monday, December
2, 1907, inclusive, for tbe co ust ruction of a
Detention Building at < ictorta. H.C.
Plan*** And specification can be seen and
forms of tender obtained at this Department
and on application to William Henderson,
.:«<*., Resident Architect, Victoria. B.O,
IVrMiiis teriderlntf arc notified that tender-*
ivill not be eonxldered unless made on the
prhiterl form ttiipplied, and signed with their
net mil signatures.
Bfloll tender must be aet'ompnriled by an
aauepted cheque on a chartered hank, mude
iiii.vnbb* to the order of the Honourable the
Stlnutdr of I'ntiiii' Work*, equal to tan jwr
.-cut iln ii <• ] of  the  amount  (>r  the tender,
which will ho forfeited If tin- person tender-
iiii*- tleolinei to enter into a contract when
railed upon to do ho, or if lie  full to complete
the work contracted for.   If the tender be
not accepted the oheque will be returned.
The Department doet-i not bind Itself to accept the lo-Weat or any tender.
By Order,
KRKD.GEMNAS,
Secretary
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, November 'i, iihit.
i    Newspapers will not be paid for thi* ad ver-
E tlsement if they Insert It with mt authority
from the Department.
The condition of the public debt
ie a good indication of the measure
ul' prosperity enjoyed by the people.
Nearly 1000 miles built in 3906
More miles of railway will be
built in the iiscal year of 1006-7
than In any previous year in Canada's history.
Canada's railways have eust over
a billion dollars.
Total by Dominion government,
on railways, 314, millions; on can-
alp, IU millions 628in nil.
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Second-
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ft
and
oAlso an Assortment jf
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We Want
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%Mt As we have a number of enquiries   for
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It you have farms for sale, call on
A. Erskine Smith 8 Go.
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DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
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GRAND FORKS, B. C.
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LOW ROUND-TRIP RATES
TO EASTERN POINTS
GRAND FORKS
TO
MONTREAL, TORONTO
And Points West thereof in QuebBC and Ontario,
$80.05
Helling datei, December 1st to 31at, inclusive.
Final return limit, 90 day*.
Corresponding low rates to other Eastern Points.
Excellent service and accommadations.
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Alaska-Yukon Exposition, Seattle, Jane-October, 1909
Maiuoik.
PUBLI8HER8,
47 W. 28tu St., Nkw Yobf.
LAND ACT.
("OHM OF NOTICK.
SliiillttatneiMi I.ii nil DUtrlct, DUtrlct (if Yale.
TAK K NOTICK tliftt I, Herbert W. Orefrory.of
iJrii.nl Korks, H. C , occupation Smelter-
Dimii iiitoiidw to apply fur a ■pedal timber
Haeiifte over the followliiir (leocrlbo-l lunds:
('iniitiM'iK-iiiu nt u post planted on tbe north
slile nf Canyon Crank, three-quarters of a
mile northeast of water tank on C. & W. Hy.
at Coryell Siding; tbence 40 chains Month,
thence lilt) cliaius east.thenre 40 ehatiiB north,
thetine 160 chains west to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, moreor leu.
HERBERT W. GREGORY.
ALBLRT B. SLOAN, Agent.
Dated November 1st, 1807.
LAND NOTICE.
Similkameen Land District, District of Ynle.
TAKE NOTICE that Harvey Dyke Griswold
and George Albert Cumeron, of Paulson,
1). (7, occupation Miners, intend to apply
for a special timber lioeiiHe over the fol-
lowlujr described hinds:
Commencing at a post planted about
SOO feet north of the Gladstone tuid Rowland
trail, and 40 ohains east of water tank at
Coryell, un (7 & \V. Ry., marked "N. \V. Cor-
ni'i-;" thi.'ifc* east so chains, theuce south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tbence nortli 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 040acres, moreor less.
Dated September 20th, 1607.
Hahvey Dykb GBISWOIiD.
George AlbertCamhhon.
FORM NO. 9
LAND ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Kirkpatriek
Johnson, of Grand Forks, British Columbia, by occupation u Notary Publio, Intend*
to apply for permission to purohase the following described laud:
Commencing at a   post planted   at    the
Southeast corner of Frank   Lutley'B land
Kre-emptlon, on the North  Fork of  Kettle
iver; thence 40 ohains east, thenee 80 i-haiiis
south, thence 40chnins west, thenee fj(t chains
north to point of commencement, containing
320 acres, more or less
Dated this 23rd day of October, 1907.
JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK JOHNSON.
NOTICE
"Black Eye No. 1" mineral claim, situate in
tbe Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located:   In Urown'scamp.
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Peter T. MoCallum,
acting as agent for Nell McCallum, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 1110584, and Donald
Morrison, Free Miner's Certificate No. B10580,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder fojr a Certificate of Improvement--' tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above olaim.
And further take notice that action, under
seotion 87, must he commenced before the
issuance of fcuah Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 8th day of June, A.D. 1907.
PETER T. McCALLUM. GENERAL NEWS
RANDOM REMARKS
Judging from the number of resolutions—good, bad and indifferent—
that are being rescinded at every session of the city council, it is only natural tu conclude that the merobeis
have gone, into active training for the
New Year's season.
problem in the   district affected be-
  ing one of the   utmoit importance
Stay away from Prince Rupert, and requiring immediate attention
says John Houston's paper, the Em- if settlers are not to leav,i the country,
pire. Although Prince Eupert is a The government proposes to start
white man's town, until lots are placed operations for the establishment of
on the market there is not likely to be the mine without delay and to get
any chance for white men to secure in active operation at the earliest
either business locations or employ- possible moment. The point where
ment as mechanics or clerks. Clear- the proposed mine is located is some
ing the townsite will give employment 40 or 50 miles from tbe nearest sur-
for four months to 150 or 200 axemen, vey line of railway aud in a couutiy
These men will be boarded and lodgeJ quite barren of timber,
by the men who have the clearing Ho,.ne Payn~ 8peaking at am,e..
contracts, as there are no boarding or inginLondon lft9t Saturday, of the
lodging houses on or near the townsite. Britia|l Columbia E,ectri(. llailways
The Empire understands the townsi-e q^ said Canadians might point
will be opened in March or April, aud ^ pride ^ ^ fact tlmt „„ sel.ioU8
it predicts that of the hundreds who m0n(jtary orisl8 had ai.iBen there, and
will come here when it is opened & ^ o{ gratitudB wtt, due ^ the
many will go away disappointed at not pl.e8-jenta |ln(* ,mnagers o{ tlle great
being   able  to  get hotel accommoda- Cana(Jian ba„ks  whose  f0,.esight and
tions.    Until there are hotel   accom-  Btrength  rf .^^  ^  pi.o(k    ,      Two W()raen talki        r089 the bftok
modations people   should stay away ^ ^^    ^  he ^ Wft81 ^  ^ re m,.„hborhood
from Prince Kupert. Stay away, '„*■*,•„ the m04t prosperous nation in
even if by doing so the price of lots   , ,,
should be cnt in two through lack of; 	
buyers. !     An Ottawa dispatch states that the
AH public bodies that legislate
through spite, are narrow-minded, so
to speak, and seldom consider the
best interests of the community.
What a lot of misery must be endured by the man who thinks that
everybody else is dishonest.
When a man is too busy to take
time to laugh it is a sign that v. u
w.iuld better be on your guard when
you do business with him,
trouble than the Hague peace conference cun settle.
PERSONAL
Ernest Miller, barrister, is spending the present week at the coast
cities on professional business.
H. W. Warrington, chief engineer
of the Kettle Valley line, returned
Sunday morning from a business trip
to Repnbhc.
Mrs. J. C. MacDonald and son returned home Sunday evening from a
three months' visit with friends and
relatives in Oi-egun and California.
Mr. MacDonald went down to Spokane to meet his family. -
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mahan are
visiting with friends in Spokane during the present week.
  I Dominion government has now under
As in former years British Oolum- con8- 'el.ation a bin for piacing uuder
bia's fruit exhibited in the Old Land j the raUway commission the control of
is carrying off prizes against all com- the telegraph and telephone companies
petitors. The department of agricul-1 jn r*ttnada.
ture has received news of additional
winnings. These include the gold
medal at Sheffield, and the highest
certificate of merit at Tunbridge. A
gold medal has been awarded the exhibit by the Scottish Horticultural
Society.
As a result uf reports submitted
to the Provincial government by J.
J. Davis on the Eagle lake district
coal fields the provincial government
has decided to operate the coal mine
for the benefit of the settlers of the
district
A Great Big If
At a dinner given in his honor at
the La Fontaine club in Montreal last
Friday night, J. G. H. Bergeron, M
P., the famous Conservative end man
said Sir Wilfrid Laurier could not
carry the country at the coming elections if the Consei vatives of the prov-
vince of Quebec do their duty.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sun-
The action of the govern-: beam as to attempt to reach The Sun
ment is largely prompted by special readers by advertising in any other
circumstances of the case.   The fuel medium.
Jas. A. Harris, of Boundary Falls,
formerly a resident of Grand Forks,
was a visitor in the city this week.
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An Olter Which Meets the Special Wants oi All Classes uf Readers
The Western Canadian reading public is made up ohiefly nf these
classes; Persons who have lived iu the West for a lengthy perhvl
and arc out and out Westerners, and recent arrivals •from the Old
Country, from the United States and from Eastern Canada.
Perhaps no one newspaper could enttir with complete satisfaction
to all these classes, but by this combination oiler every special need
is met
The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In
addition it has special departments for American and Hritish s..r
tiers. The.Family Herald and Weekly Star supplies the fui iner resident of Uastern Canada with the news of the Eastern portion of th.'
Dominion in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides the local und
Boundary news, which you cannot do without.
190 .
GRAND  FORKS   SUNl
Find enclosed 82,00, fur which send me Weekly Free Press
and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star,
Monti-cat; and the Orand Forks Sun, fur one year each.
Will some scientist explain why it
is that when the light leaves begin
fulling, heavy coal begins rising!
Somehow or other it is easier to remember what real happiness was than
to realize what happiness is.
A kit of burglar's tools is a "safe
investment," and fully as honest as
some that are offered to the public.
We are very apt to call that man
an iconoclast who knocks one of our
pet theories into smithereens.
For a long time politics has made
strange bedfellows; is it not time that
high finance made  strange  cellmates!
A good cause is never permanently
advanced by truckling for the support
of a vicious element.
The sound of a kind word soon dies,
but its memory lives forever.
The first argument to use when you
want to convince a hungry man is a
square meal.
Dirty dollars are not cleansed by
throwing one of them into the contribution box.
We ™0uld like to hear the   apjlo-
gies   some   men make to  their   con-
Some people carry their Christianity
in an undepusited church letter.
A lot of people cast their bunlei s
on the Lord and then go away and
forget them.
CHURCH StRVICLS
Alex McQueen, of Kamloops, a
former resident of this city, Aias a
visitor here last Sunday.
G. C. Hodge, district superintendent of the British Columbia Telephone company, was in the city last
Saturday on a tour of inspection.
J. D. Spence, the Greenwood barrister, has been in the city during the
past two days attending the session of
the countv court.
W. C. Thomas, of Boundary Falls,
local manager of the Dominion Copper
company, was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer- we
make on the third page.
Making* Good.
There is no way ot making lasting
friends like "Makl^u Good;" and Doctor
Pierce's medicine^ well exemplify this,
and their friends, ..fler more than two
decades of popularity, are numbered by
the hundreds of thousands. They havo
"made good" and thoy have not made
drunkards.
A good, honest, square-deal medicine of
known composition is Dr. Pierce's Qolikn
Medical Discovery. It still enjoys an immense sale, while meet of the preparations that have come Into prominence In
the earlier period of Its popularity have
"gone by the board" and are never more
heard of. There must be some reason for
this long-time popularity and that Is to
be found In its superior merits. When
once given a fair trial for weak stomach,
or tor liver and blood affections, Its superior curative qualities an soon manifest;
hence It has survived and grown in popular favor, while scores of less meritorious
articles have suddenly flashed into favor
for a brief period and then been as soon
forgotten.
For a torpid liver with Its attendant
Indigestion, dyspepsia, headache, perhaps dizziness, foul breath, nasty coated
tongue, with bitter taste, loss of appetite,
with distress after eating, nervousness
and debility, nothing la so good as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's
an honest, square-deal medicine with all
Its ingredients printed on bottle-wrapper
— no secret, no hocus-pocus humbug,
therefore don't accept a substitute that
the dealer may possibly make a little bigger profit, iiiau* on your right to have
what you call for.
Don't buy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescria-
tion expecting it to prove a "cure-all." It
Is only advised for woman's specUtl ailments. It makes weak women strong and
sick women well. Less advertised than
some preparations sold for like purposes,
Its sterling curative virtues still maintain
its position lu the front ranks, where It
stitod over two decades auo. As au invigorating tonic aud strengthening nervine it is unequaled. It won't satisfy those
who want" booze," for there is not a drop
of alcohol in it.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the orlfffr
nrel Little Liver nils, although the first
pill of their kind i»i ttie market, still lend,
and when o*ico tried nre ever afterwards
in favor. Easy to take ns candy—one to
throe'a dose, 'iluch imitated but never
tqualed.
R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
BRIDGE STREET
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream and Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Kxox Piusbbytuman Chuiich—
Sabbath services at U a.m. and 7 p
in.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
2:30 p.in.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:->0 p.
m. All ui..' I'oi'iliully invited; scats free.
MktiiiH'Ist CUUIK'H,  liev Schlich
ter.—Sen
next    Sunday at   11
a. m. an.I  7:;t;>   p.m.J Sunday  **.ii.
Ai
.m.i   Bib'e   clans   at   2:80  p.in.
are welcome,
I.Ai'Tisi UllttliCH, Hev. F. W. Au
vuclie, pit-tnr.—Services nn Sunday
.it li «. m. anil 7:80 p. m.i BGnday
school and'Bihle c-Kss at .! p.m.
'I'll!' Sun IH..I I'. Tnrntitu Woekl)
Globe for 81:0(1 i-eryeai'.
Hii'Yoi.r.s a'.ii lini'Aiu Woiik A
complete, line of 1907 models. A fiw
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo, Ciiaim'i.k, nppwite
PostofBoe, First,steet.
PROVINCE
HOTEL
t MIL LARSEN. PROPRIETOR
Mot nml Cold Bntlm. Nicely (rnfnlidied
•■•t-iVH-Heuteil Itoomn. Entirely re-
furnished and renovated throughout.
Kirst-class hoard by day, week or
month. Speeiul rates tn steady boarder*. American and Buro[)eun plum*.
Kitievt iiar hi Oity In Connection,
BR!CGE STREET     GRAND FORKS, B. G.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
The surest way t.> evaporate busi-
tu-ss trouble is tj^m; your stationery
tho none-wiry talking qualities by
having it printed iu u modern office
by eompetent workmen, The -Sun
job office is tbe most up-to-date in tiie
Bouuciary, and our workmen are callable and of wide experience. This is
the reason why we do the pnnting for
the be*-! firms and corporation** in ii
.listriet.
We carry the moat fashionable st'.-.-k
of wedding stationery in the lioun
clary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have tho
oorreot material for pint it. The >Sun
job olliee.
ivy -tv-iilnlilc Dominion Lnndi within the
■™    Kitiltviiv licit of IliltUh Columbia maybe
hcmiesteaded by any iwnonwholi the head
nl' a family, or uu) mala over eighteen yean
of aire, to tlm extent of uiie-e*uartor section
of WO aorei) more orlets.
Kiitt v inii-i he ii-it-l*' p.-rMiTii.M.v at the loeal
l;ii ,1 ('Hire for the ilMriOt in which the laud
U situate.
The i.oine*-tPuder i» required to perform
tin- RolidltfoiiM coimivted therewith under
line .it (in- following plain:
(I) At leant six months' reiddfttice upon and
cultivation ofthe laud in each year for three
CD U the fatlier(nr mother, if the father ll
deceased), of the homesteader resides unou a
farm In the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirement!-: Bi to residence may hesnt-
, istied by such person residing with the fat hei
I or mother.
(S) If the settler him his permanent resi
detieeupoufarming land owned by him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the require
incut* in* to residence may   be  Batislfed   bj
, residence upon the said land.
1    Hx months' notice   In writing Nhould  be
given tin- Commissioner of Dominion   Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coul   i oai milling   rights ma»   bo leased
fm- u period ot twenty-one yeari at an annual renin! of fl "ll per acre. Not more than
2,.,ti"(.i-T.*H shall he leafed to one individual or
company* A royalty at the rate of five cents
!<>-i'tun shall be eolh i*t»d on the merchantable ooal mined,
W. W.COKY,
Deputy i.f the Minister of tho Interior.
N.n.   ■' authorized   publication nf   this
a  •.**■: ii    .ictii .-. i.i i ■ i l.u , nni I'M-.
Carpets Cleaned and Laid.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered aud Cleaned, and
other Jobs in the home-
cleaning line. Rubber Tires
for Baby Carriages.
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
COLUMBIAN   COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. O.
Receive both Ladles and Gentlemen an resi
dent or day students: hns a complete Commercial or Hiu-iness Course; prepares stn-
ilentsto train Teachers' Certificates of all
crudes; gives tho four years' course for tho
H. A. degree, aud the first year of the Solioo
of Science course, in affiliation with the Toronto University; has a special prospectors-\
course for miners who work In H.C. Instruction Is also given in Art, Music, Physical Culture aud I'.locutioii. Term opens Sept.l tli
190.'),  For Calendars, etfl , address
COLUMBIAN t'OLLIIfiK.
tf
THt
=^\
Windsor Hotel
Serves the must carefully prepared hih.iIh
and tlm Iiest brnnds
of wines, liquors nnd
cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
J
A. J. Stewart
HORSE SHOEING
General Blacksmlthing
and Repairing
SIMPSON'S OLD STAND c"fl^ !&.."'
R. G. MCCUTCHEON
GAOINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer oi Screen I morn nnd
Windows,
First Street
Grand Forks,UF. Tke Granby Hotel
John Temple, Proprietor
e^yiTost Centrally Located Hotel in the City.
First-class accommocations for the traveling
public. Nicely" furnished rooms and an excellent
cuisine. Board by the week or month at prevailing rates. The Bar is supplied with the best
brands  of Cigars   and   Liquid Refreshments.
First Street
Grand Forks. B. C.
MINING RECORDS
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
(irand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from Nov.
2 to 2G, inclusive.
CliOWtJ GRANTS
Ida, Gloucester camp, James Newby; Uncle Sara, John  Bnll mountain,
Win. M. McKay.
CERTIFICATES OP IMPROVEMENT
London No. 2 fraction, Summit
camp, the British Columbia Copper
Co., Ltd.; B. C. fraction, Summit
cimp, the Biiti h Columbia Copper
Co., Ltd.
RECORDS OF LOCATIONS
Lone Star fraction, South Wellington camp, George Cook; Mascal, South
Wellington camp, George Burbank;
Hot Air, Bentley's camp, relocation
of Pennsylvania, A. E. Savage; Comstock, Goat mountain, Joe Trombley;
C. P. B., Goat mountain, Joe Trombley; Granite, Goat mountain, Joe
Trombley; Red Deer, Goat mountain,
Joe Trombley; Bell, Summit eamp,
Frank Coote; Lookout, Summit eamp,
Valida Angregon.
CERTIFICATE OF WORK
No. 10, Greenwood camp, F. M.
Kerby; No. 21 fraction Summit camp,
Mulligan et al.; Aiuska fraction,
Franklin camp, H. J. Birnie; Doris
fraction, Franklin camp, M. M. Kerman; Silverton fraction, Wellington
fraction, N. A. Wolfard; St. Lawrence fraction, Wellington camp, A
L. ltogers; London No. 2 fraction, B.
C. Copper Co. Ltd., three years; Ida,
Brown's camp, Lindholm et al.; Belcher, Spraggett's ranch, C. F. Harrigan; Iron Chief fraction, Wellington
camp, Simpson et al.; G. H. fraction,
Gloucester camp, Merson et id.; Sim-
coe, Pass Creek camp, Morrison etal.
Twilight, Franklin camp, J. B. Fee;
No. 19 fraction, Summit camp, Mulligan et al., survey; Silver Knott, Seattle camp, I'i. Clark; Evening Star,
Franklin camp, A. L. Rogers, survey; Iron Hill fraction, Franklin
camp, L. D. Wolfard, sui vey; Josie,
Summit   camp, L  D. Wolfard;  Josie
fraction, Summit camp, L. D. Wolfard; Willis fraction, Summit camp,
Alex Rogers; Golden Age, Franklin
camp, H. C. Kerman; B. C. fraction,
Summit ramp, B. C. Copper Co., Ltd.
0OHVEYAKCES;
One eighth of Princess Lnuise and
one-half of Colorado Boy, Summit
camp, John A. McMaster to Sam Mc
Ormond; one-tenth of M. S., Gloucester camp, A. Erskine Smith to J. A.
McCallum one-half of Monitor fraction, Summit camp, Geo. W. Averill
to Alex L. Rogers,
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
We  Are Prepared
To    o Yoar
JOB PRINTING
BECAUSE
We have thc most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tugs, 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.
Progress on V., V. & E.
Considering the force which has
beeu working substantial progress
has been made on Ihe V., V. & E.
grades between her.' and Keremeos.
At No. 1 camp where the greater
number of men hnve been emyloyed
tliere has been n good show made
both in completion of considerable
portions ofthe grade nud in preparation for the steam .-hovel which has
been at Keremeos for severnl weeks
awaiting horses "to hail away the
dirt. Trestling has beim put in for
the dump along the river above
Webster's ferry an.I the grade on
the long Hat above is almost completed. Preparations are being
made for putting in a temporary
bridge to take the shovel across the
river on completion of the cut near
the ferry.
Across Ihe river a gang is at work
in a cut opposite the ditch camp.
The clearing of right of way is also
well advanced. Above Ashnoln
creek the right of way hns been
cleared from th« point where the
track re crosses the river, up to and
along the greater part of tiie bushy
bottom. From Squakim's up to
Hedley grading is in progress in six
or seven different places, and No. 2
camp opposite the mission is pretty
well fixed up for the winter.
Stables are being completed for the
horses. Work on tiie rock cut is in
progress.—H«dley Gazette.
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Hutcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
I E. P. D. Mine, Skylark Camp...
I Buy, Skylark !	
! Mavis, Skylark	
' Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Fulls	
Miscellaneous	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1906 1907   Past Week
801,40** 608,429
8,426 136,139
104,120 199,863
1,345 1,370
12,881 15,941
6,404 6,314
1,345 	
140,685 43,295
2,960 14,929
26,032 65.623
48,390 31,270
3,555 2,942
619
586
30
86
76
9
1,140
40
140
20
15
589
55
700
20
55
224
45
171
130
Total,  tons  1,158,991 1,148,226
Smelter Treatment—
Granbv Smelter  828,879 611,250
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031 341,283
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811 157,327
LAND ACT
Total treated.
     1,168,121    1,110,860
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
-DIVIDENDS .
Total to    Latest      Per
Dato.       Date.   Share
Authorized .--hiiahks-^ Paid
Name ob* Company.            Capital.   Issued. Par. 1806.              „.  H..H.V
Granby C.)iiM>liiliit.*il-Cupl><*r. .$15,1)00,000     135,000 $100 $1,6211,000 $.1,968,680Sept. 1907 $3.10
Urilio.. McKlimey-Uuld      1,250.000   1,250,0011     $1     546,837.Keb. 1804      .04
Prgyldenoe-Sllver      200.000      81000    $5 16.000 8S.22I Sept. 1806    .50
H.C. Cupper-Cupper1............"    J.000,000    1503,000     $5
201,200 (Sept. 1007      .40
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tJfe Evening   Sun
Job Department
Similkameen Land   Division, District ot
Yale.
TAKE NOTICE  thnt A. Erskine Smith,   of
Orand Korks, British Columbia, occupation n Broker, lntend-i to unplyfor a speeliil
tiniberllcfiiiHe over the following ijoscrllx'.l
lnndfl, all situate in the Similkameen Division
of Yale District, i'lovince of liiitihli Col*
umbia:
Location No. 1. Commeticlti*** at a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's S. W. corner."
planted on the east bank of the West Pork
of the North Fork of Kettle River, ahout
eight miles north of the northern houndary
of Lot WtfS.G.oup I, Similkameen Land Division, Yule District; thence east 160 chains,
thence north 40 chalns.theuce west 160chains,
theuce south 40 chains to the point of com*
metioement, coutaitiiii-r 640 acres, tin r * or
less. Located October 22nd, 1007.
Location Nu. 2. Commencing at a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's 8. W. corner,"
planted on the east hunk of the West Pork of
the North Fork of Kettle River, about 8'-J
miles north ofthe nortli boundary of Miiil
Lot S-H.8'.; thence east 160 chain--, thence nortli i
40choins, thence west 160 chains, tlieuce1
south 40 chains to the point of commencement, containing Ml) acres, more or less. Lo-
oated October 22nd, 1907.
Location No. 8. Commeiicin-; at a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's S. W,. corner."
Planted on the east bank of thesaid West
oris, about nine miles north of the said
northerly boundary of said Lot. W.'.": thenee
east 100 chains, thence uorth 40chalns,t)ience
went 160 chains, tlieuce south 40 chains to the
point of commencement, contain!in*; 640
acres, more or lets. Located October 2:1ml,
1907.
Location No. 4. Commencing ut a post
murked "A. Erskine Smith's S. W, corner,1'
planted on the east bank of the said West
Pork, about ttjfj miles north of the northerly
boundary of said Lot ilflM; theuce east 100
chains, thence north 40 chains, theuce west
bin chuiiiH, theuce south 40 chains to the
point of commencement, containing 040
ucres, more or lest* Located Oetober 'Tind,
1907.
Location No. l\. Commencing at n post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N. K. corner,"
planted on the west bank ofthe saitl West
Fork, about ten miles north of the -aid
northerly boundary of saitl Lot 88811) thence
toutli f*0 chains, thence we-1, HO chains, thencp
north 80ohahiv-thenoeeait ho chains to the
point of commencement, containing OM
acres, more or less. Located -"'nl day of
October, 1007.
Location No. 6. Commencing at u post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N. E. comer,"
iduntel nn the west hank or the said West
Fo.'k, ubout nine miles north of the nortli
boundary i.f said Lot !.fl35; thence 80 ohains
south, tlieuce 80 chains west,thence HO chains
north, thence HO chains cast to the point of
eomn.eiK't-iimct, containing 040 acres, moro
or loss.   Loch ted 23rd day of Oetober, 1907.
Location No. 7. Commencing at a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's S, W. corner,"
planted ou the west Imuk of thesaid West
Fork, about 12U miles north of tiie north
boundary of said Lot T**-.-i;tIi*'iire 100 chains
east, theuce 40 chains uorth. thence 100 chains
west, thence 40 chnins south to the point, of
commencement, containing 640 acre**, more
or less.   Located 2*thof October, 1907.
Location No 8. Commencing at a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N. W, corner,"
Planted ou the east hunk of thesaid West
Fork, about 14}$ miles north of the north
boundary of suid Lot ;'*6:i>; thenee 160 chains
enkt, thence 40 chains south, theuco 1 HO ciiuins
west, theuce 40 cliuitm north to the point
ot commencement, containing 640 ueres.more
or less.   Located 25th October, 1907.
Loeatloli No. 9. Commencing at a post
mnrked "A. Erskine Smith's S. R, corner,"
olnntcd nu the eftst bank of the said West
rorkt about 16 miles uorth of the north
boundnry of snid bot 8685| thence 40 chains
east thence IflOohalm north, thence 40 ehaina
wost, thence 160 chains south to the point of
commencement, continuing tilt) acres, mure
or less. Located 86th Oetober, 1907.
Dated nt t.rund Forks, H.C, this 16th tiny
of November, 1907.
A. ERSKINE SMITH,
Applicant.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
GEO. TAYLOR,
Grand Forks, B. C
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
TelephoneA129
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I'stents taken through Munn A Co. receive
special notice, without oharne, lath*
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