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Seventh Year—-No. 3.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. November 15, 1907.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
IHE PLAY
Jay P. Graves Says Duration
of Shut-Down   Depends
on the Market
About 2000 Men Thrown Out
of Employment — Other
Sections Affected
The announcement made last Monday morning that the Granby smelter
in this city and the company's mines
in Phoenix were to close down created
a wave of consternation among all
classes of our citizens, and the matter
has since been the sole topic of discussion on the streets and in public
places. The report was at first received with incredulity, as it was
generally supposed that the Granby
was earning handsome profits at the
present price of copper. What was at
first doubted, however, has since
turned out to be a reality. While it
is true that some of the furnaces are
still in blast running through the
stock of ore in the bunkers and effecting a general cleaning up, the probabilities are that by the end of the present week the whole plant will be cold,
and the entire force of employees, including carpenters and mechanics,
laid off.
In Phoenix the miners were laid off
e irly in the week, and both the Great
Northern and C. P. R. ore trains
have been discontinued. It is esti
mated that the close-down of the
Granby mines and smelter will throw
about 2000 men out of employment.
The B. C. and Dominion Copper companies have also suspended operations,
and similar reports have been received
from the big mines in Rossland camp;
in fact, the suspension of mining
operations appears to be general all
over the continent.
In an interview in the Spokesman-
Review in reference to the closing of
the mines and smelters of this district, Jay P. Graves, general manager
and a heavy stockholder of the Granby Consolidated, said that, while he
thought the shutdown would be temporary, it was deemed necessary in
the present state of the market. His
statement sums up the situation more
comprehensively than could be done
by indulging in columns of conjecture:
"All the large mining and smelting
industries of the conn try have curtailed their output," said Mr. Graves.
"The Anaconda mines have reduced
their production one-fourth. We were
asked to come in with them and re-
duee our production, and it appears to
us to be advisable under the circumstances. As our ores are low grade
we could not reduce our tonnage and
operate at a profit, Sj we decided to
close down until the situation improves. At the prevailing market
price of copper we cannot continue
operations at the present cost of production. I cannot undertake to say
when the operation of the mines and
smelters will be resumed. That depends altogether on the future state
of the market. Diminishing the pro
duction of the mines temporarily will
help to equalize matters, but as to
when a change warranting the resumption of . work will be brought
about it is impossible to say."
The  audience at the opera house
last Wedneseay evening,  when   Mr.
C. P.  Walker'B company  presented
"We Are King," was not as large as
the merit of the play deserved.    This
was  undoubtedly due to the sudden
disturbance of the industrial  equilibrium, as the fact that Mr. Walker, ot
the new Walker theatre, Winnipeg.be-
ing back of an enterprise is general suf-
ficientto draw a crowded house in this
city.    Mr. Walker is known  to  Save
high ideals relative to  plays and  actors, and the people of Grand  Forks
are   always confident of seeing something good  when   a company is sent
out  by  him.    This  was  the case on
Wednesday evening, and   rarely   has
there been a more delighted  audience
in the Grand Forks opera house  than
that which witnessed  the production
of "We Are King."  A pleasing effect
was created upon the   lifting   of   the
curtain for the first act by the elaborate stage settings and the apparent attention to detail.    The costumes worn
in the third act were the  handsomest
ever   seen on the stage in this city,
Mr. David B. Gaily, although an unknown quantity as a "headline" to the
theatregoers   of   the   city,    quickly
gained a favorable impression.   In the
dual role of the king and the scribe,
his changes were  remarbably   quick.
He has a good conception of the dramatic art, and his comedy was bright
and refined, while he did not overdo
love-making.    Miss Clifton,   as   the
princess, was   a charming charming
character, bright, winsome and natural.    The minor parts were well taken,
the company throughout being composed of capable actors and   actresses.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
P. D. McDonald  Will Erect
New Hotel  Near  Great
Northern Station
exact record of everything. Thirdly,
every one who took chances ean get
his money back by sending his number to Mrs. MoDougall, Grand Forks,
B. C.
Arrest Made at Weston of a
Man Accused of Horse
Stealing
P. D. McDonald, of the Queens
hotel, this week commenced to move
the building in which the bar-room is
located from its present location on
Government avenue to the corner lot
opposite the Great Northern sfation,
on the same street. When the bar has
been moved to its new location, he intends to erect a modern hotel building by its side. The new building
will be a four-story structure, 40x65
feet, and is to be ready for occupancy
by Christinas. It wiil contain 40
rooms. The first story is to be of
concrete, and the balance of frame.
When completed, Mr. McDonald says
he will have one of the best and handsomest hotels in the city.
R.   A.   Henderson, C.E. k M.E.,
has just completed surveying a stretch
of land claims aggregating 5300 acres,
anil running a distance of forty-five
miles up the Worth Fork valley. He
has secured another large contract, on
which he will commence work in a
few days.
RANDOM REMARKS
POWERJRANSFER
Meeting of Directors Endorses
Sale of Cascade Plant to
W. K. P.&L.Co.
End of a Bitterly Contested
fight Between the Rival
Companies
The Nelson Bruce company, with
Miss Helene Scott and Mr. Joseph
DeStefani in the principal roles, gave
an excellent interpretation of "The
Egyptian of Pompeii," a dramatization of Bulwer*Lytton's famous novel,
"The Last Days at Pompeii," at the
Grand Forks opera house last Friday
night to a crowded house. Mis-i Scott
is a great favorite here, and was given
a hearty welcome ' hy her many ad
mirers. Mr. DeStefani made a good
impression on his initial appearance
before a Grand Forks audience—in
fact, the opinion appears to be general that he is as great, if not greater
an artist as either Nelson or Bruce.
The staging of the drama was good,
considering the size of the local stage,
and the costumes were pretty and
historically correct.
Sheriff Taykr, of Pendlotion, Ore.,
arrived in the city last Sunday, and
sought the aid of Chief Savage to arrest a man named McBain, on a
charge of horse-stealing. McBain has
been working at the Great Northern
rouudhouse at Weston during the post
three weeks under the assumed nunie
of Wilson. The prisoner voluntarily
returned to Oregon with the sheriff
without the necessity of extradition
proceedings.
James T. Allen, aged 24 years,
died at the Grand Forks hospital at
9 o'clock Tuesday morning of typhoid
fever, after a protracted illness. Deceased had been employed at the
Granby smelter for two years, and he
was universally esteemed by his acquaintances. His home was in Peter-
boro, Out. One of his brothers resides in this city, and two in Marys-
ville. Tho funeral was held yesterday, and it was largely attended.
No permanent success was ever
achieved by catering to the prejudices of a clique.
Metropolitan training sometimes
lacks the good horse sense that is essential to the success of any business
enterprise.
When a business enterprise is compelled to dispose of treasury stock in
tier to pay dividends, it is a sure
sign that its foundation is built
upon the sand.
Some people measure the light
they use hy the metre, while others
still stick to the gallon measure, and
help to swell John D.'s millions instead of the revenue of the city.
Pride goeth before a fall. The
power behind the throne in city
politics today, may be counting ties
tomorrow.
If a child learns the facination of
a game of chance at a church social,
it is obviously the business of the
church to reform the hardened
gambler. But it will be cheaper and
better for society when the temptation is removed from the child.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, Nov. 13.—The-follo*-.
ing are today's opening quotations
the stock mentioned:
Asked.
Granby  85.00
Dominion Copper     2.0U
B. C. Copper    4.:>5
lev
Bid
76.00
1.87-J
4.0U
Metal Quotations
New York, Nov. 13.—Silver, 5SA;
lead, $4.75; electrolytic copper, 13J(«
13A; casting copper, 13 J.
London, Nov. 13.—Lead, £11
10s; silver, 27 1-16.
The ladies of Holy Trinity church
purpose holding their annual Christmas sale of work abont the first week
in December. Further notice will be
given in a week or two.
A petition,which has been signed by
the majority of uur citizens, has been
circulated among the ratepayers during the present week, asking the C. P.
It. to run its passenger trains tlnough
the city over the Kettle Valley line,
and to use the Thnl street station for
its passenger traffic,
A number of boys, who should be
handled iu a strenuous manner in the
police court, evidently filched a Ket
tie Valley line hand car last Sunday,
and made the day hideous with theii-
erie* by riding up and down Third
street.
There is *nore honor in nn honest
defeat than in victory, when the latter is gained by questionable meanB.
All is fair in love and war. In all
other | ursuits honesty iB the best
policy. Will some of our enemies
please nil up and lake notice.
If a liic.il! concern enjoys a good
patronage, and in turn refnseB to
patroniz" home industries, it is of
no greater benefit to the city than
the eastern department stores.
The man who is afraid to express
his honest opinions for fenr that he
might lose n few cents' woith of trade
is merely a nonentity. The world
hnve been as well off if be hnd nol
existed.
The consummation of a deal of
more than passing importance, says
the NelBon Canadian of the 8th inst.,
was effected last evening when the
shareholders of the Cascade Water
Power & Light Company, Ltd., met
and authorized the issuance of a
series of seven hundred and fifty
$500 gold bonds, bearing 4J per cent
interest, aggregating $375,1)00 guaranteed by be West Kootenay Power
& Light Company, Ltd., for delivery
to the Cascade (1906) Power Company, Ltd., in payment for the assets and undertaking of the Cascade
company.
This gives the West Kootenay
company complete control of the
power business in Yale and Kootenay districts, and is the outcome of
the bitterly contested fight between
these two rival companies a year ago
before the provincial legislature.
The necessary documents affecting
the transaction were authorized at
the meeting held yesterday, which
occupied several hours.
Mr. S. S. Fowler, M.E.,president,
John Fraser, secretary, and LeBaron
deVeber, as directors, will retire
shortly and be replaced by the
nominees of the West Kootenay
company.
Tbe English companies and trustees concerned were represented
throughout by R. S.Lennie, of the
firm of Lennie & Wragge, and the
West Kootenay company by A. H.
MacNcill, K.C., of Rossland.
PERSONAL
Be straightforward. The world
admirers the man who fights openly,
and contemns the man who seeks
to injure his enemies by secret falsehoods and slanders.
The new coat of paint on the Eastern Townships bank building is sufficiently heavy to answer all the purposes of warmer winter clothing.
James Chalmers, of Granby, Que.,
left for Spokane last Saturday, after
visiting his son and daughter in this
i ity for a week.
On account of tlio complete tie-up
of mines and smelters the ladies of the
Actor Society of the Roman Catholic
church express to the public their regret, us resolved at one of their meeting.**, of being obliged to put off Ihe
holding of the bazaar until times get
better again, which we hope they will
soon. Now, first, we will hold our
bazaar certainly as soon as better
times allow us.    Secondly, we keep an
There is something new under the
sun. Some ingenious schemers in
this city are attempting to make a
boyroit "slick" against a barrister
for serving tbem with summonses
to appear in the Small debts court.
The Socialists have suffered a
crushing di'fent in England, This
is an indubitable sign that Socialism
is spreading nil over the world.
As a rule, things are pretty evenly
di'ided in ibis world. Some small
men eniiie from big cities, and some
big men come from small towns.
A. B. W. Hodges, general superin
tendent of the Granby Consolidated,
returned Sunday evening from Spokane, where he presumably had a conference with General Manager Graves.
The police magistrate of this city
stands in imminent danger of being
boycotted for working below the
union scale. It took two days this
week to dispose of n .*?2.50*fine case.
There is not much joy or,satisfaction in living for the man who
has to crawl under the huge legs of
a society inoculated with a certain
species of lunacy.
A cigarette fiend died in Mexico
last week at tho age of 117 years. It
is self evident that the Mexicans know
how tn advertise their climate.
E. S. Busby, of Vancouver, Do
minion customs inspector, was in the
city yesterday on a tour of inspection.
J. A. McLean, of Spokano, who is
interested in tho Grant mine, near
Chesaw, was u visitor in thc sity yesterday.
James and W.C. Chalmers returned
last Friday from a short visit to
Greenwood.
James McArdle made a short trip
of inspection to the Grant mining
properties, near Chesaw, this week.
Peter B. Nelson returned from Calgary last Friday. He reports goml
times in the Northwest.
Tho members of Observation Lodge
No. 62, L. O. L, attended divine
sei vices at Knox Presbyterian chuicli
last Sunday in a body. There was a
good turnout, and tho members lis
tened to an impressive sermon by Rev.
Mr. McLeod.
The Sun and tho Toronto Weekly
Globe for $1.00 per year. All Interest Is Focused
on Christmas
And what line of business
would you sny receives most nt*
tentlon? Guess jewelry nml
you'll guess right. It occupies
the lirst place in the heurt ol
all—young and old.
Don't Let Our Display
Escape Tou
Months ago we decided to he
In a position to sny to Ohr stums shoppers -Here is n Clirlst-
niiis Jewelry display that for
size. lor merit, for variety, for
generous display DEMAHIw
your attention.
Now, we «ay It and every word
of it is the truth
Take your lime to view our
showing thoroughly. Ask about
qunllties. Dot prices, l'ind out
all you wish about everything
in which you are Interested.
It's none too soon to do the
choosing. We nre_glnd to lay
aside all selections.;
A. D. Morrison
Jeweler and Optician
Bridie Street Grand Foata
under his editorship, yet ihe rivalry
has always been carried on in an
open, honorable and perfectly
straight orward manner.
Ill               III
®1jp iEbemng mm
Published at Urnud Porka, British Columbia.
Q. A. Kvanh Editor aud Publisher
To those men of families who
haye suddenly been thrown out of
work by the suspension ot min
ing operations,we offer our profound
sympathies, and express the hope
that their term of enforced idleness
will be of short duratiod. We wish
we could extend the same sentiments, without resorting to hypoc-
rasy, to the men who, during their
days of opulence and prosperity, became so arrogant as to threaten to
run certain citizens—heavy ratepayers—out of town for having
opinions of tbeir own, and the courage to express tbem.
A Uln of this paper oan be seen at the office
of .lleur*. a. & J. Hardy 4 Oo., 3d, 31 and 82,
Fleet Street, B.C., Loudon. England, free of
charge, and that tirm will be glad to receive
subscriptions aud advert!.ements ou our behalf.
BUBSOBIPTIOSt RATES 1
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One Year (In advance)  1.00
Advertising ratesfuralshel on 40 l
Legal notices, 10 and 5 oents per Hae.
Address all communications to
Thi Evening. Suh,
Phonb ii 74 Gbamd Fobis, B.C.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1907
FranknesB compels tbe confession
that the outlook for the mining industry in the Boundary at present
is by no means roseate; but as far as
tbe business stability of the city is
concerned there is no cause for
alarm. Grand Forks is more fortunately situated in this respect than
many of the other interior towns.
Here we do not depend entirely on
the mines and smelters for our support, although we draw the greater
share of our sustenance from these-
sources. But of recent years our
transportation, manfaoturiug, agricultural und lumbering industries
have grown to quite respectable
dimensions, and these is no reason
why these should not keep business
conditions at an equilibrium until
mining operations are resumed.
There arc some of our citizens who
are optimistic enough to express the
opinion tbat the temporary suspension of mining operations is a blessing in disguise. They argue that
tbe loss of thc revenue from this
source will awaken the people to a
' realization of the [act that the future
and permanent prosperity of the
city lies in tbe development of thc
fruit growing and agricultural possibilities of the valley, and that redoubled efforts will be mude to get
all the tillable hind under cultivation. There may be more m this
trend ol argument than tbe majority
of us arc willing to admit at present.
A change has again occurred in
thc editorial and managerial de
purlnients of our local contemporary. Tbis time Mr. K. Boyd, of
Norwood, Man., assumes tbe dual
duties, vice Martin Burrell and
Donald McCallum. The Sun regrets to lose Mr. Burrell from tbe
local journalistic field. While his
ability and versatility as a writer,
coupled with his scholarly attainments and great personal popularity,
has made the Gazette a strung competitor during the lime it  hns been
Tbe utter defeat of Bourassa in tbe
by-elections   in   Quebec last  week
is a   matter of gratification.    This
gentleman has for some time taken
a stand diametrically opposed to Ihe
leader of the   party  of   which   he
claims to  be a member.    Not content   with  expressing   opinions opposed to those entertained by  members  of the Liberal   party, be has
ranged himself in direct   opposition
to the government  of the day,   and
done his utmost   to embarrass   Sir
Wilfrid Laurier.    His most heinous
offence as a pretended follower  of
the  preiiiier, was to give   aid   and
comfort to the opposition in  an  at-
tempt to discredit  the uduiiiiistra- j
tion.    In this  he   followed the dishonorable tactics ol the opponents of
the government,  hy  dealing in innuendo and circulating  scandalous
rumors.    After flippantly assailing
the record   of men,  the li.tciiet   of
whose shoes he was unworthy to unloose, he had  neither  the courage
nor the knowledge of fact to make
a specific   charge.     Bourassa    will
forget much; he is anxious to torget
many occurrences iu his own career,
but there will always romani in  his
memory the events connected  with
Sir Wilfrid's reply to his unsubstantiated charges  when  the premier,
pointing at him tbe finger of scorn,
accused him of groping in the gutter for filthy   rumors and bringing
them into the house.   Up to that
point Bourassa had been an object
of contempt; after Sir Wilfrid had
administered this castigation he became more an object of pity.   In his
unbounded   self conceit   Bourassa
considered himself in the light of a
modern Moses, who was to lead the
people of Quebec  to the promised
land. Since the result of the election
in Bellechcsse, he has  assumed  the
character of Napoleon   returning to
Moscow.     Hereafter he    may    be
eliminated  from  any consideration
of political conditions in  this coun-
try.
A Vancouver dispatch states that
Mr. Justice Clement has delivered
judgment in the divorce case of Watts
vs. Watts on a stated case presented
by the province. The learned judge
holds that since confederation the provincial courts have hud no jurisdiction
in divorce proceedings. The ease will
be taken to the full court at once. If
Mr. Justice Clement's point is correct, the legality of all divorces granted since confederation is attacked and
remedial legislation by the Dominion
government will be necessary.
Pete Donaldson is reported to have
been confined tu bis cabin on his
ranch for a couple of days last week
by a perfect imitation of a cougar
bite.
H. W. Warrington, chief engineer
of the Kettle Vallev line, states that
he expects his company will commence
construction work at the Spokane end
of the road earlv next spring.
We are still offering Tbe Sun nnd
tbe Toronto Week lv( I lobe und Canada Fanner for SI per year in advance. The illu.-trated supplement
that aecompi nie- the tilohe is worth
twice the money we ask for tbe two
papers.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
renders by advertising in any other
medium.
There is no reason apparent why the
people should take too pessimistic
a view of the temporary shut-down
of mining operations iu the Boundary
district, especially us that course will
not facilitate the removal of the lowering clouds one whit the sooner. The
close-down is understood to on account of the stringency of the New
York money market, uud it is unreasonable to sup|Hisu that this will
continue for a protracted period.
Therefore it may be safely predicted
that opeiations in the mines aud
smelters will be resumed at un date.
It is a pity, nevertheless, that indus
tries in this country sbuuld be at the
mercy of tbe New York slock gamblers. As far us The Sun man is personally concerned, he can afford to
view the future witb equanimity. He
has enough turnips on his ranch to
live on until spring, and an unlimited
amount of credit for oilicc rent. The
Sun lias weathered many a fiercer
gale. 	
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Bouuuary.    bun Job Ulliee.
The  Sun  and  the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81.00 per year.
R# A. HENDERSON C.E. 8 M.E.
B. C. Land Surveyor
IhlUlV11      GrandEorb(C.C.
FINE
OF
POSTAL VIEWS
GRAND FORKS
Fresh Stock Weekly
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
SEALED TENDERS oddressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Detention Building, Victoria, H.C,." will be received at thin otflce until Monday, December
2, 1907, inclusive, for the construction of a
Detention Building at '• ictoria. B.C.
Plans and specification cun be Heen and
forms of tender obtained at this Department
and on application to William Henderson,
E»q„ Resident Architect, Victoria. B.C.
Persona tendering are notified that tenders
will not be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, aud signed with their
actual signatures.
Each tender must he accompanied by an
accepted cheque ou a chartered bunk, mude
payuhle to the order of the Honourable the
.Minister of Public Works, et-nnl to ten per
cent [In pc] of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited If the person tendering decline*-, to enter into a contract when
culled upon to do so, or if he full to complete
the work contracted lor. If the tender be
not accepted the cheque will be returned.
'I'he Depurtmeut does uot hind itself to accept the lowest or uuy tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Depart ma tit of Public Works,
uttuwu, November 2, 1007.
Newspupers will not be paid for thin advertisement if ihey Insert it without authority
from the Department,
.NOTICE is hereby (ilveil  that  United   W
liittley uud Mo' ley C. Davldt-Oti.bOtll of the
City of Grand Korks. British Columbia, Mer-
chants, trudillg under the name style ami
tirm of i olumbia Mailing - ompany," uud
11.e Mild BlUBBll W, Itraley and the suid Mor-
le.v C. Davidson huv,? by deed of assignment,
duted the 28th dny of October, IW.7 assigned
all their and each of their personal property,
real estate- credits uud effect t. which uuiy be
seised und sold under execution lo me, Jefferson Davis, of the City of Grand Forks,
Merchant, for the genet al benefit of their
and each of their creditors.
A meeting of their■•ditors will be held at
the offices of H. C. Huiiington, Barrlstur-at-
l.mv, Johnson H.ocIn, First Street, Grand
Forks, B.Uy nt the hour of three o'clock lu
the afternoon, ou Wednesday, the thirteenth
day of November, I9U7, for the giving ot directions with reference to the disposal ot the
estate.
And further take notice, that all creditors
are ret* Hired on or before the thirteenth day
of December. Ittu7, to file with me, the said
Assignee, foil particulars of their claim*-*,
duly vertlit-ii. and the nature of thu security,
if auy, held by them.
And notice is hereby given that after the
said thirteenth day of l» mbei, 1007, I will
I roceed to distribute 1 lie assets amongst the
creditors uf whose debts or claims I shall
then have received notice, and I will not be
responsible for the asset* ornny part thereof
so distributed to any creditor uf whose debt
or ciaun 1 shall not then have received   nu-
t CO.
Dated at Grand Forks this 20th dny of October, 1807.
JEFF DAVIS, Assignee.
Second-
Hand
and
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We Have For Sale
Horses
Rigs
Harness
cAlso an Assortment gf
FURNITURE
We Want
LANDS
As we have a number of enquiries   for
small   farms.    We expect  a  number of\
buyers in  Grand Forks at an early" date.
It you have farms for sale, call on
A. Erskine Smith S Co.
";j-e*
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
cMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
\T^m t*******jmmt*mmt*fjmm
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
Route-/The
Oriental Limited
20 Hours to Seattle.
28 Hours to New Westminster.
29 Hours to Vancouver.
The Best of Service trom Seattle.
(_/Ln Ideal Trip Along the Shores of Puget
Sound.
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C,
AU.ka-Yuton Exposition. Seattle, Jane-October, 1909
'''"^ssssrai
LAND ACT.
FOHM OP NOTICK.
Shiillknmeeit Land District, District of Yale.
TAKK NOTICBthati, Herbert W.Gregory.of
tii unit I'orks, II. C , occupation Smelter-
man. intends to apply for a special timber
llatttl«e over the foi Ion hi-* described hinds:
Commencing '-t a post plunted on the north
side of Canyon Creek, three-quarter-) of a
mi If north-Mist of water tank on C. & \V7 Ry.
nt Coryell Siding; thence 40 ohains south,
tbence 1U0 chains east.thenoe 40 chit in-- north,
thence 16!) chains west to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or lens.
HERBERT W. GREGORY.
ALHLRT B. SLOAN, Agent.
Dated November 1st, 1907.
LAMB NOTICE.
Similkameen Laud District, District of Yale.
TAKE NOTICE that Harvey Dyke Grlswold
and George Albert Cameron, of Paulson,
it. 0., occupation Miners, intend to apply
for a special timber license over the following described lands*.
Commencing nt a post planted about
300 feet north of the Gladstone and Rossland
trail, and 40 chains east of water tank at
Coryell, on U. A W. Ry., marked "N. W. Corner;" thence east SO chains, thence south SO
chains, thence west 80chalns, thence north 80
chains to point of commencement, containing tilOacres, moreor less.
Dated September ..nth, 1007.
Hakvky Dyke Gmswom).
Ueoiiqs AluektCamhiion.
FOHM WO, 9
LAND ACT,
TAKE NOTICB that Joseph Kirkpatrink
Johusou. of Grand Porks, British Columbia, hy occupation u Notary Public, Intends
to apply for permission to purohase tbe following described land:
Oommenolng at a post planted at the
Southeast oorner of Frank Lutley'a land
pre-emption, on the North Fork of Kettle
River; thenoe 40 ohains east,thenoe 80 chains
south, thence 40ohains west, thenoe 80 chains
north to point nf commencement, containing
820 ncres, more or less
Dated this 23rd day of October, 1907.
JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK JOHNSON.
NOTICE
"Black Eye No. 1" mineral claim, situate In
the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located:   In Rrown'Bcamp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Peter T. MoCallum,
noting as agent for Neil MoCallum, Free
Minor's Certificate No. 1110584, and Donald
Morrison, Free Miner's Certificate No. B1058O,
intend, Blxty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Reoorder for a Certificate of Improvement*- tor tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above olaim.
And rurther take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced .before tho
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Doted this 8th day of June, A.D. 1007.
PETER T. McCALLUM. FEW KNOW THIS
Eminent Authority Says Home
Made Treatment Cures
'   Rheumatism
Shake the Ingredieuts Well
in the Bottle and Take
After Meals
the skin po.es, reinnin the blood, decomposes and forms about the joints
and muscles, causing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism.
This prescription is said to be a
splendid healing, cleansing and invig
ojaiing tonic to the kidneys, and gives
almost immediate relief in all forms of
bladder and urinary troubles and backache. He also warns people in a leading New York paper against the indiscriminate use of many patent med-
When an eminent authority announced in the Scranton (Pa.) Times
that he had found a new nay to treat
that dread American disease, rheumatism, with just common, cvery-day
<li'ug» found in tvny drug store, tbe
physicians were slow indeed to attach
much importance to his claims. This
was only a few months ago. Today
nearly every newspaper in the country, even the metropolitan dailies, is
nnnouucing it and the splendid results
achieved. It is so simple that anyone
can prepare it at home at small cost.'
It is made up as follows: Get from
any good prescription pharraaoy Fluid
Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce;
Campound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Mix by shaking iu a bottle
an 1 take in t'Hi.mfjl doses after
each meal anil at bedtime. These are
ull simple ingredients, making an
absolutely harmless home remedy at
little cost.
Rheumatism, as every one knows, is
a symptom of deranged kidneys. It is
a condition produced by the failure of
the kidneys to prop, r'y filter and
strain from the blood the uric acid
an 1 other matter which, if not eradicated, either in the urine or  through
Oddfellows' Excursion
i
A number of the members of
Gateway Lodge No. 45, l.OO.F.,
went over to Republic Inst Friday
night. The News-Miner has the
following to sny of the visit: "One
I of the most splendid social ocoa*
1 sions of the seuson was the banquet
given hy the Republic Oddfellows
at the Delaware hotel Friday night
for their guests, Gateway Lodge No.
45, I.O.O.F., of Grand Forks, B. C.
The S. & iS. C. special train carrying tbe visitors arrived at 8:15.
They were met at the tr.iin by a
committee and conveyed to the lodge
rooms in the Mason building.
The visiting lodge conferred the initiatory degree, followed by the
third degree put on by the local
lodge. The members pf Gateway
lodge who were present on this occasion were a representative body of
men, possessing traits of good-fellowship, congeniality and talent
which it would perhaps be difficult
to find in any other lodge of comparative size. The supper was a
marvel of splendor and variety, surpassing the fondest anticipation of
any. Gideon J. Tompkins made a
most worthy aud excellent toast-
master. The speech-making, in
which most of the guests participated, was timely, entertaining and
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interspersed with plenty of fun and
laughter. There were songs and
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humor that wasn't dry. The banquet ended at 2:15 with the singing
of 'America' and 'God Save the
King,' in which all joined. The
committee on entertainment—
Messrs. O'Connell, Stanley and Rit-
ser—and the Delaware hotel management reoived much deserved
praise for the gorgeous manner in
which they entertained their guests
at supper."
When we say we have the best
and most up-to-date jobbing plant in
the Boundary district we are not compelled to make any any seoret apologies to our conscience. We mean
what we say.    The Sun Job Olliee.
The Great Indian Dramatic
Miss E. Pauline Johnson, the great
Indian dramatic supported by the
eminent young humorist, Walter McRaye, direct from their great London
success at Steinway hall, under the
patronage of Lord Strathcona, and en
route to the British West Indies, will
stop over in our town on the 21st of
November aTid give us an Iroquois
Indian type entertainment. Come
and see what Iroquois Indians are
like.    November 21st, 8:30 p.m.
N OW I THE TIME FOR IODR
Christmas Pi&ures
The last opportunity you will have this Season.
R. ft TRUEMAN
his last visit to Grand Forks during
N OV EMBER     I Oth
The   well-known  Vancouver  Photogher, will make
his last visit to Grand Forks during the present year on
Anrl will remain here for TEN DAYS only.    Any one desiring
fii'st-cluss works in his line should not fail to cull on him at
Blome's  Old  Studio,  Bridge   Street
t »-
CHURCH StRVICLS
LAND ACT
Similkameen Land   District,   District   ot
Yale.
TAKE NOTICE that  Frank   McFarlane,   -f
Grniul Korks, Hritish Columbin, occupa-
tlou a Miner, intends to apply for special
timber licenses over the following described
lunds, nil situate in the Similkameen Division
of Yale District, Province of British Columbia:
Location No. 1. Commencing at a post
marked "FrankMcFarlane's N. E. corner,"
fdmited about twenty chains uorth of Wul*
nee Creek and about three aud one-half
miles north of the North-East corner of Paul
■Meyer's pre-emption lot 69C; theuce south 80
chains, thence west80 chains, thence north 80
chnins, theuce east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, mote
or less.   Located July tind, 1907,
Location No. 2. Commencim* at a post
marked "Frank McFurlane's N. E. earner."
planted at the northwest corner of said Location No. 1; thence south 80 chnins, theme
west 80 chains, theuce north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to the point of commencement,
Containing tun ucres, more or less. Lucateu
the 22nd of July, 1907.
Location No. S. Commencing at a poist
marked "Frank I-tleFarlune's S. E   corner."
Ehinted at the North-West corner of said
ocation No. 2; thence west 80 chuinN, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, theuce
smith 80 chains tn the point of commencement, containing 04(1 acres, more or less,
Located July 22nd, 1D07.
Locution No. 4. Commencing at a post
marked "Frank McFarlane's S. E. corner,"
plunted near the north-east corner of said
Location No. li; theuce west 80 chuins, theuce
north 80 chuins, thence east 80chaius, theuce
south 80 chains to the point of commeuoe-
meut, containing 640 aores, more or less
Locuted July 22nd, 1907.
Location No. 6. Commencing at a post
marked "Frank McFarlane's S. \V. corner,"
plauted near the North-east corner of said
Locution No.'A; theuce east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west. 80 chains* tlieuce
smith 80 chains to the point of commencement, contuiiiiutr 040 aores, more or loss.
L-icated Jul.v22inl, 1907.
Location No 7. Commencing at a post
n-nrl'ed 'Trunk McKurlu'ic't* ■•■. 17 corner,"
p-uuted about one mile north of the Nurht-
east corner of mi id Locution N,o. fl;
thence north ltiil chuins, thence west 40
chains, thenee south 161) chains, thence e'lst
40 chuins to point of conr enuHmeut* con-
tatniug M') acres, mure or less. Located July
22nd, 1807,
Location No. 8. Commencing at a post
murked "Frank McFarlane's S. E. corner."
Ehinted neur the north-east c* rner of sail',
oeatioti No. 4; thenoe west 80chains, thence
Uorth 80 chains, thence cast 80 chain--
thence smith 80 chains to the point of eon -
nifiicrment, containing 040 ucres, more or
less.   Located the 22nd of July. 1907.
Locution No 9. < oinmenciiii*, at a pot
murked "Fi*ni'k Mc arlane's S. E. Corner.'
plauted about ';;ilf ii mil- louthof the Nortl-
W s eor. or ••uiil Locution No. 4; t\ 6-10*8 west
I'i" ehniiM, then e north ,< chuins, thence
e Btl00chnlii«.thf?ucPiouth40chalns to ihe
point of oominoiiOfMi eut.cuutniuingfilO m-rrs.
more or le*s    Located the 22nd of July, 1907.
Location No. 10, Commencing at a pott
marked "Fruiih -UiFi rlune's N. E, corner.'
■ hinted ncic l to- Smith-east corner of said
locution No.fl: thenoe west 160 chaius, thenoe
smith 40chains, t lieuce east 160 chains, thence
north 40 chnins to the point of commencement, coiiiui- mil 640 ucres. more or less.
Located the E2nd of July, 1907.
Locution No. 11. Commencing nt n port
marked "Prank •'"■•' ..luue'- S. E. corner,"
planted ubout half it tm Q south of the South-
east corner  ofsBftl  I.   uti .»   No, Hi; thenee
west lOOchalni. thetn1*- north 40chulns,tl e
east 1H0 chuins, tl B ■•-*■ smith iOohnim to tl c
point of  con it"- oeii'*'>.,   containing   640
acres, more (U IofI. Located the 22ud o* July.
1007
Locution No. 12. Commencing ut u post
inarUcd ".Prnti-h MaFiirlnne'lN, i*. corner*"
planted near iVSeiith'east corner of -nid
Locution No. 11; thenee west lt,n eliuin-,
thenee south 40 chains thence en-l Hi*) eliulus,
thenee north 4" chuins tn the point of commencement, contain inn 04" aere-,, more or
less.   Locuted the 22nd of July, 1907.
Location No. 13. Commencing at u post
marked "Frnnk McFurlane's S K, corner,"
planted about one-hull' mile south ofthe
Sollth-eafit corner of said Location No. 12;
thence west Ui'i chahis,thcncei)oi'-th 40 chuins,
thence east 160 chains, thenoe south 40 chains
to the point of commencement, containing
OlOiiL-res, more or less. Located the 22ud of
July, W.7.
Locution No 14. ''onimeucing nt u pott
market! "Frank MoFarlaue's N, B corner,"
Plauted near the South-cast corner of Bald
Lucutloii No. 18; theuce ive.t 160 chuins,
thence -until 40 chuins, theuce eust 160
chuins, theuce uorth -II) chain* to the point
of conimfcii.-enient, containing 840 acres,more
or less.   Located the 22nd of July, 10u7.
Locution >o. 15. Commencing ut u uo-t
marked •I'rank McFarlane's N. E. oornei-,"
planted neut the South-west corner of -.aid
Locution No. 2-| thence west 160 chains.theuee
south 40 chains, theiiBC east 160 chaliis.theiiee
north 4n chains to the point of commence*
ment, contuiiiinirfllO acres, more Orient. Ml*
cated the 22ud of July, 1907.
Duted at Urand Forks, B.C., this 14th day
of August. 1907.
FRANK McFAKLANE.
Applicant.
Knox   Presbyterian    Ciiukcii—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.
m.; Sabbath suhuol and Bible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
m, All aro cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist CHURCH-Rev.Sohlioh ter,
BJA.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:00 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Church, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
sohool and Bible class at 3 p.m.
- Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
oflice in this section that have the
correct material for pint it. The Sun
job otlice.
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  anil  Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
0V1NCE
HOTEL
I MIL LARSEN, PROPRIETOR
Hot nnd Cold Baths. Nicely Ptirpished
Stove-Heated Rooms. Entirely ru-
furnished and renovated throughout.
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BRIDGE STREET     GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
• 1NY available Dominion Lunds within the
•*»   Railway Kelt nf It. iti-.li Columbia muy he
, homesteaded hy any person who ll the head
j of ii family, or mtj mule over eighteen yenrs
i of u-I", to the extent of oue-iiuiirter seotion
| of ltt<> n-'ros, more or less.
; Entry must Im u.iidi-1>-rsonully at the loeal
i Inml office for the district lu which the laud
1 Isnltuute.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions 4-ouiit)-led therewith under
one of the following plums.
(I) At leant six mouths' residence upon and
cultivation of the laud in euch year for three
ye itra.
CI) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vlolnlty of the land entered for,
the lei-uiremeuta as to residence may he satisfied hy such person residlii***- with the father
or mother.
(:t) if the settler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements ai to residence muy be satisfied hy
residence upon the said land.
--i.\ mouths' notice in writing should he
xlveu tho Commissioner of Dominion l.uinl-
iit Ottuwn of intention to apply for patent.
t'niil -Coin mltihif-r rights mar be leased
for a period of twenty-ono years at an annual rental of#l iKJ pur acre. Not more than
■i.Mi-iti-'ri-*- nluill he ieused to one individual or
Coinpany. A royulty nt the rate of five cents
i er ton -.hull he collected on the merchant
ulile innl iniiii-'l
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of thn Minister of the Interior.
N.H.—Unauthorised   publication of   this
advertUi lueut Will not he paid for.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1907 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
The surest way to evaporate business troubles is to give your stationery
the necessary talking qualities by
having it printed in t» modern office
by competent workmen. The Sun
job office is the most up-to-date in the
Bouudary, and our workmen are capable and of wide experience. This is
the reason why we do the ptinting for
the best firms and corporations in this
district.
R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
BRIDGE STREET
Carpets Cleaned nnd tal*i.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered aud Cleaned, and
other jobs in the house-
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Second Hand Goods
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Receive both Ladies and Gentlemen us resi
dent or duy students: bus a complete Com"
mcroial or Business Course; preimrCs stir
detltlto train TencherB' Certificates of nl'
grades, gives the four years' course for the
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of Science course, in affiliation with the Toronto University; litis aspecial prospectors-j
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Serves tiie most carefully prepared meals
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cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
first and Bridge Strests
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HDRSE SHOEING
General Blacksmlthlng
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Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
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Windows.
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Grand Forks, B.f. The Granby Hotel
John Temple, Proprietor
zJWost 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.
THE BOUNDARY DISTRICT
By the finding of Judge Wilson in
the East Kootenay Coal Lands case,
the Canada Western Oil Company,
Ltd., composed of Greenwood people,
acquire an assured title to a majority
of the oil bearing lands on Kishene-
hua creek. The application of five
sets of claimants were made before
Judge Wilson under the Coal and
Mines' Act.
George VV. Allen, of Nelson, and
Miss Edith Carey Henderson, of
Greenwood, were married in the latter
city last week by Rev. M. D. McKee.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen will reside in
.Nelson.
H. Eldridge has been appointed
postmaster at Midway, us successor to
the late Ed. A. Hain.
Arthur Miller, of Bonndary Falls,
and Hose Lillian Clarke, of Midway,
wero united in marriage ut the home
of the bride's father, in Midway, last
week, Hev. M. D. McKee, of Greenwood, performing the ceremony. After
a short honeymoon trip, the couple
will take up their residence in Grand
Forks.
Kwong Lee, tho Chinamanjwho
leaving Midway as soon as his customers pay up, claims to havo been
40 yeurs iu the province. He came
here ubout the time of the first Cariboo gold excitement, und is now going back to old Cathay to see his
wife and children, who have lived
their lives without him.
and Dr. Watts, of, Victoria, 'were at
Midway last week arranging with Dr.
Oppenheinier, D.H.O., for the stationing of a guard there to hold any
suspicious cases of easterners crossing
the boundary line. Special precautions are being taken all along the
line to prevent the spread into Cuuuda
of the bubouic plague.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
E. S. Busby, of Vancouver, Dominion customs inspector, inspected
the customs oflices at Chopaka and
Osoyoos last week. He is making a
general tour of the ollices in the district.
A consignment of pure-bred cattle
has reached Ferry They ure all first
prize winners at the live stock exposi
tion in Chicago, and are for the ranch
of A. C. Mills, who purchased them
in the east. They ure fine cattle, and
will be a ci'edit to Mr. Mills and to
the district.
A public concert is to given in
Greenwood on Monday, November
18th, in uid of the new sanitarium
which is to be erected near Kamloops
for tuberculosis patients.
Dr. F.   Montizumbert, of   Ottawa,
We  Are Prepared
To Do Your
JOB PRINTING
becausp:
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a, complete
bne of Stationery.
WE PRINT
Billheads nnd .Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates nnd 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.
The ore output of the Boundary
district for the mouth of October was
146,731 tons. The copper production
for the same period was 3,604,713
pounds.
J. Methot, who was for four years
in the customs house ut Greenwood,
but is now a customs inspector with
headquarters at Ottawa, visited
Boundary friends lust week while ou
u holiday trip.
At the Sunday school convention
for Kootenay und the Okanagan, held
in Nelson, S. E. Beit, of Greenwood,
was made a member of the executive
committee.
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the post weeki
Granbv Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
| B. C. Mine, Summit	
| Rmina, Summit	
| Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
I Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
I Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
I Idaho, Phoenix	
j Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Dendwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
. Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork...*	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skvlark Camp	
; E. P. II. Mine. Skylark Camp...
■j Bay, Skylark	
. Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
| Helen, Greenwood	
Repuhlic,Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
shipments of  Boundary mines
7906' *    1907   Post Week
801,404 596,170      22,080"
8,426 132,409        5,480
104,120 197,799       3,397
1,345 1,370
12,881 15,591           930
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
649
686
30
86
76
9
1,140
40
140
20
15
589
55
700
20
65
224
45
It is claimed that residents of
Greenwood alone put some $30,000
into Boundary coppers during the recent slump in the east.
It is estimated, says the Butte
Miner, thut nine hundred million dollars has been paid by American parents for titled husbands for their
daughters. This, of course, has been u
drain upon the financial resources of
the United States, and the worst of it
is that a good deal more than half of
this money seems to have been invested very poorly, us the records of
the divorce courts show. It is hardly
to be expected thut whon the most su-
cred relation in life is mude a mutter
of barter and sale that the transaction is likely to be successful. On
the one side, the American girls sell
themselves for a title, and on the
other, these members of tho foreign
nobility dispose of an interest in their
names for hard cush. These commercial marriages are certainly disgraceful
and it would not be an easy matter to
show much better morally these women
are who take part in them than their
outcast sisters. The loss of this nine
hundred million dollars is nothing
when compared with the loss of national self-respect these unions have
brought ubout.
171
130
Total,  tons  1,158,991
Smeller Treatment—
■'riinhy Smelter  828,879
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
1, 119,863     31,887
591,500
335,388
157,327
22,527
7,205
Total treated.
     1,168,121    1,084,215
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
29,732
 MV4DBNDB	
Total to    Latest      Por
Date.      Bate.   Share
Authorized /—SHARES--*. Paid
Name op Company. Cupital.    Issued. Par.       1906.     	
QranbyConsolidated-Copper, .$15,iKX),ixiO    135,000 juoo »i,62a,oon -,2,M8,8"0Sept. 1007 13.(6
Cariboo MeKlnnoy-Uold     1,250.000  1,250,000    *I          f.4'l,8»7"Kel>. 1604     .04
Providence-Silver       200,000      81000     8.1 18,000       ""..Sffli Sept. 1906     .60
B. C, Cupper-Copper'     8,000,000   :5O3,0O0     $5         201,200 |Sept. 1907     .40
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.
Telephone Al 29
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutherford Bros., Props.
fc*~
We havo some of tho h finest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought  to I
the Bounaarv.    kun Job Office.
 "     i
FORM NO. 13, LAND ACT
TAKE NOTICE that M. H. Burns, occupation
Carpenter, intend to apply for a special
timher license over the following described
lands: On Bear Greek, west of C.P.R. Line.
Com me nc Ing at a post planted about eight
i-haiii* from south tine of h. -HC'IO, theuce west
80 chtiiiiti, thence south mi chain-, theuco easi
SOclmlns, thenee north MehaiiiH to point of
commencement, aud containing 640 acres,
moreor less.
Duted thin ..th day of August) 1907.
FOIUI NO.   18, LAND ACT
TAKE NOTICE that M. II. Bums, occupation
Car pelt tor t intend to apply fnr a special
Umber license over the following dpHOI'Ibed
lauds: On Heur C*eek, went of *7P.lt. Line.
Commencing at a post planted about 30
chain*-* Boiilh nf No* 1; theneesouth SO chain*
the*.en eust 80 chains, thence north 80 chain*,
theuce west B0 chains to puUt nf commencement, and containing iUO acres*, more
or less.
Hated this Uth day of August, 1907.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone ieniUng a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invontlnn Is probably piitenUible, Coniniunlca-
tlonBBtrlctlyconl*metu.al. HANDBOOK on Patents
 '     -Stwk,	
  n A C
special notice, without clinrc-o, lu tbe
Scientific Bnerican.
A r-ii-mrir-omcly Illustrated wr-okly. Lament circulation of any scientific Jxurnal. Terms, 93 a
yenr: four months, tL Hold byall newsdealers.
"Co.36""--*-'™-'New York
loe. « V ft.. Waiitjiuton, D* <*■
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Bridge Street, Grand Forki, B. C.
BICYCLES
Bicycle Sundries
and Repairing
GEO. CHAPPLE
FIRST STREET    OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Foo Lee
Laundry
fine laundering.
collars, cuffs  and
shirts Washed clean and
nice and ironed by
machinery,   new
men employed.
NEXT CHINESE STO R E
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
NOTICE
Good Printing—tlit kind we do—in in itself
an advertisement, nnd a trial order will convince
you that our Htock and workmanship are of tiie
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
Evening   Sun
Job Department
i?
TAKE NOTICK thnt I, Fred Alfred Summons,
of Midway, in thn District of Valt-, British
( oluni Ida, Lumberman, aflCr sixty day* from
tl.edii.t-.! of the fll'st piihlication uf thin notice, intend,   pursuant   to  the "K»vcrn and
Stream Act' and Amending Acts, tu submtf
u   proposal tu  the  Chief  Commissioner of
Lunds and Worka to clear   and   remove ob-
-.11 m*t ions   from  the Kettle   Klver, and   its
branches from where such river crosses the
International Boundary Line, near Midway,
In the District of Vale,to it?* and their source
ull in the Greenwood Mining Division of suid
Jisti let); and the Kettle River from where
it <-route*-1 the  International Huiitieary Line
from the State of  Washington into Hritish
! Columbia neur   Carson,   In the DUtrict of
Yule), to Cascade, in suid District (h!1 hi the
' Grand    Pork** Mi:.inn   Division of   said   Dis-
i rl 16.     I>.v I'lctiriniratid removing obstructions
1 aud   making   the same ht for  rafting and
1 <h >viii:!   thereon logs, timber, and   lumber,
I nnd construct   dams,    booms,    slides,   and
chutes, ami make such  other improvements
as may be necessary for said  purposes.   Ttie
I laudK affected   are government   lunds, and
Lot! 2708,2704,2708, Wil  uud 8638, and  Town*
| ships66, 67, Us, tit), 71, 72, W, hi and 82, all in the
Similkameen Division of Vale District.
Duted at M iriw ay, B.C.. this thirteenth da}'
1 of July, A. D.1907.
Pacific Hotel
0PP. C.F.R. STATION
First-class In every respect.
Sample rooms for commtr*
i'ial travelers.
Hot aud Cold Baths,
Har in Connection.
Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquor* and Olgar**,
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best in tbe City.
On Draught Exclusively at
THE VICTORIA HOTEL

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