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Eighth Year—No. 30.
Grand Forks, B.
29, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Department of Mines Issues
a Blue Book on Its Geological Formation
Following is the report of 0. B. Le
Boy, of the geological survey, on
Phoenix camp,just issued by the department of mines:
The season of 1908, from May until the end of September, was occupied in making a detailed geological
survey of Phoenix camp. The area
examined was two square miles in
extent and embraced the whole of
the mineral zone on which the mines
are situated. A special report and
map will be issued as soon as possible.
The courtesy of the three operating companies permitted free access
to all underground workings and allowed an examination to be made of
the logB of all the diamond drill
holes, the total length of which
amounts to about seven miles. This
cdata thus acquired and correlated
with the surface geology give, within
certain limits, very accurate inform
ation regarding the geological structure of the camp.
With reference to the general
geology, no addirior.al information
was derived regarding the age of the
older rock formations, and they can
only be referred to the Palaeozoic, as
outlined on the general map of the
Boundary district. The grano-
diorite of Jurassic ' or post-Jurassic
age, is represented by a few poorly
defined dykes cutting the palaeozoic,
while the tertiary is made up of
both sedimentary and igneous
The palaeozoic admits of a threefold division. The lower consists
principally of massive gray quartz-
ites und bassic porphyrias, altered
in places to quartz and hornblende
schists respectively. The porphy-
rites are intrusive in the quartzites
in the form of dykes and sills, and
are not found cutting any of the
y mnger rock. Crushed argillites
und altered limestones occur as small
isolated masses with the schistose
varieties of the above rocks.
The middle division is composed
of quartz breccias, and conglomerates
derived from the lower series, siliceous, chloritic and feldspatic tuffs and
crystalline limestones. In places the
conglomerates show an assortment
of material into liner and coarser
beds of rounded pebbles, it is generally massive, however, and. passes
insensibly into the breccia with no
hard and fast line separating them.
The tuffs are both banded and massive, and stratigraphically cannot be
separated from the breccia, with
which tbey are always associated.
The limestones occur in irregular
and lenticular areas, and are erosion
remnants of a once extensive formation which suffered from folding
along with the breccia and tuffs.
These two divisions form a basin
or trough, with the lower outcropping at intervals along the border.
The mineral zone occupies the upper
part of the middle division.
The upper division is unconformable to quartzite breccia, and consists of black carbonaceous argillites,
which have but a iimited exposure
on the east border of the map sheet.
The sedimentary portion of the
tertiary consists of conglomerates,
grits and tuffs of a prevailing white
or light gray color when weathered.
They are unconformable to the
palaeozoic and for a long irregular
band extending from the War Eagle
to the Gilt Edge claim, crossing the
east sul«i,;<rfr. the town of Phoenix.
The present altitude of the beds
varies from almost horizontal in the
south to steeply inclined and vertical in the north portion of the exposure. The character of the stratification sho »B that the deposition
occurred in quiet waters, and the
beds evidently represent a small
portion of the floor of a tertiary
This period of sedimentation and
erosion was followed by one of widespread volcanic activity, during
which a great part of the Boundary
district was covered by great lava
flows, which filled up the valleys
and covered some of the highest
Subsequent erosion, with the complete removal of large areas of lava,
shows that the topography prior to
the eruption of this extrusive was
very similar to that of the present.
One isolated romnant occurs in
this area, and parallels the stratified
rocks along their eastern border.
The lava in general is andesitic in
character, but more acid and basic
varieties also occur with viscular and
amygdaloidal types.
Later intrusions of basic alkali
rocks and pulaskites, as dykes and
stocks have cut all the older eocks;
and with these, the period of igneous activity in this area closes. Both
intrusives are genetically connected,
and are probably closely related to
the lava flow.
As previously stated the mineral
zone belongs to the intermediate division of tbe palaeozoic. The principal portion of this zone outcrops in
the form of a large L, and extends
from the Gilt Edge to the Montezuma claims, south to the Gray
Eagle and War Eagle, then eastward through tbe Monarch and
Bawhide and northwards through
the Curlew and Gold Drop into the
Snowshoe. A subordinate zone lies
to the west on the Idaho and Brooklyn claims. It was originally connected to the main zone, and its
present isolation is due to subsequent
The exposed area is about 120
acres in extent, but the actual area
is much greater, as a considerable
portion is overlain by the sedimentary and extrusive rocks of the tertiary age.
The field evidence goes  to   show
that the  mineral  zone represents a
metasomatic   replacement   of   part 1
of the limestones and tuffs of   epi-|
dote, garnet,   chlorite,   hornblende, j
calcite   and   quartz, together   with
chalcopyrite, hematite,   pyrite   and
magnetite.    Throughout this zone,
the   principal   lines of fracture, as
shown in the underground workings
of the several mines, have   approxi-1
mately a   north  and   south trend.
Between these the gronnd   is inter-
seoted by a hoBt of minor  fractures.
The   former   represent   the   trunk
channels and the latter the distributaries, the whole  forming   a   complete syBtem of underground circulation for mineral solutions, by the
action  of   which the country rocks
Bridesville Holdup Men Sentenced to Long Term in
At the assize court at Greenwood
Wednesday afternoon Clive and Bill
Newman, brothers,were found guilty
of being implicated in the Bridesville holdup last December, and
were sentenced by Judge Morrison
to 20 years in the provincial penitentiary. Ben Hart, who turned
king's evidence, was allowed to go
free. Hart's evidence was corroborated by a woman who made masks
for the men, and also by the Great
Northern agent and the postoffice
clerk. The Newmans offered no defense, but asked for leniency. The
crime was committed on December
19th last, the men holding up the
Great Northern agent and the post-
office at Bridesville, securing 876
in all.
Marvellous System
The Russian wheat planting experiments, which were explained a
year ago in this journal, have continued to arouse great interest
among Russians, and some of their
illustrated papers contain pictures of
the result of the system, says the
London Over-Seas Mail. It is
claimed forthe experiments, which
have chiefly been carried out at Annapolis, that they prove both that
wheat can yield so enormously as to
support a man on a fraction of an
acre and that it can be made in some
degree perennial.
It is difficult to believe, as is
claimed, that a stngle seed can produce 70 pounds of grain and an acre
carry 45 tons, but the   new method
have been replaced by the above
gangues and ores. The concentration of the chalcopyriie along certain lines has formed ore bodies of
enormous size, lying at various altitudes in the mineral zone and
bounded by walls which in the main
are commeicial rather than structural.
In the commercial success of operation, the low-grade character of
the ore is offset by its fluxing quali-
t es, by the size and favorable situa
tion of the deposits, and by the
many economics that can bc practised in the handling of a large tonnage. The pillar and room method
of mining and the non-necessity for
general timbering are the most important features in the general
econom y.
The values are fairly uniform
throughout and approximate very
closely the general average. During
the past year the Granby Consolidated were working continuously on
both sides of the mineral zone. The
premier mine of the district is situated on the west side, with workings
extending through the Knob Hill
and Ironsides claims into the ./Etna
and Victoria. There are three outlets for the ore—No. 2 tunnel, No. 3
tunnel and the Victoria shaft. On
the east side the workings are on the
Gold Drop claim and the Curlew
fraction, which lies between the
Snowshoe and Rawhide claims. All
the ore pasBes through the Curlew
tunnel to the loading bins.
is certainly worth the attention of
the experimental stations, and may
be tried by any amateur in any
square yard of garden.
The method is as follows: Each
grain is planted in a conical pit, 11
to 17 inches deep and 42 inches
wide. After every three weeks the
sprouting grain is covered with a
layer of earth, and this may be repeated ten times. The result, according to the account quoted in a
Russian paper, is that each grain
planted in the inverted apex of the
conical pit gives a stalk with "blades.
Under the blades is a thickening of
the stalks, which is callked the
"bushing knots."
It the stalk with the knot is covered with earth to the depth of half
a finger it has the property of taking
root and giving no fewer than three
fresh shoots with bushing knots on
each stalk. These three shots, if
covered will produce three more,
and bo on, bo that after each covering with earth the number of the
stalks will be trebled:
After first covering, 3 stalks.
After second covering, 9 stalks.
After third covering, 27 stalks.
After eighth covering, 6,561 stalks.
After ninth covering,19,6S'J stalks.
After tenth covering, 59,040 Btalks.
The ten coverings will take thirty-
three weeks, of which three weeks
will be required for the for
the first growth after the planting,
and then each of the other ten coverings three weeks or less, according
to the climate. If the coving is limited to ten times, then as the winter
comes on a green carpet is produced
of 60,000 stalks.
In cases where the layor of rich
soil is very thin and a good crop is
desired, the following system may
be applied:
Plant the grain as you would for
seedlings, and replant the shopts into the soil of the pit in three weeks'
time, but into a less deep hole, and
then cover with earth as in the lirst
case. This replanting often gives a
very strong growth, producing after
the first bushing fifty or more stalks,
so that having covered it only eight
times the number of stalks may
amount to 105,450.
This mode of cultivation requires
no watering, as the air having free
access to the roots leaves the moisture and gas necessary for the growth
of the plant.
A. B. \V. Hodges, manager of the
Granby smelter, has purcbaied two
acres of land al Christina lake, and
has erected thereon a neat summer
cottage. The furniture for the house
was taken down to lake yesterday
morning, and Mr. and Mrs. Hodges
will spend three or four days at this
resort, which is growing in popularity.
At the meeting of Gateway Lodge
No. 45, I.O.O.F., Thursday evening,
the following ollicers were elected
for the term commencing July 15:
N. G., Geo. S Henderson; V. G.;
Roy Faulkner; R. S., J. Bugbee; F.
S., W. B. Bower; Treas., J. Allen.
Program of Firemen's Celebration Carried Out as
The firemen's celebration Monday
proved a great success, the weather
being just right for an ideal day's
outing. The attendance was good,
special trains being run from Phoenix and Republic. The rural district was also well represented.
Automobile Race—E. Lane drove
his 20-h.p. Buick; Geo. Chappie entered with his Indian tri-car, 5-h.p.,
carrying Dr. Dickson as passenger.
The race proved interesting, the machines keeping close together, making an exciting finish, the little Indian tri-car leading about 10 feet
under the wire. Distance, one mile,
on very heavy track. Time, 2 min.,
11 seconds.
The baseball tournament opened
with a game between Grand Forks
and Danville, which was won by the
visitors by a score of 12 to 8. Then
Danville and Republic played an
exciting game, resulting in a score of
1 to 0 in favor of Danville.
In the football match between
Grand Forks and Phoenix the home
team proved victorious by a score of
2 to 1.
The horse races and athletic sports
were better and more keenly contested than in former years. A
friendly tennis tournament was
played between Grand Forks and
Cascade on the grounds near the
pubiie school.
Between fifty and sixty couples
attended the firemen's annual ball
in the opera house in the evtning.
The New Tunnel Machine
The Scientific American of the
22nd inst. contains illustrations and
a complete description of the Siga-
foos tunnel machine, of wnieh a full
account was printed in The Sun a
couple weeks ago. The American
concludes its article by saying that
"the immediate uses to which this
machine can be put to work are innumerable. Subways that formerly
took five years to xuislruct can now
be run for half the expense and in
one-tenth the time. Water in unlimited quanities can be brought
through the mountain walls, and the
vast arid areas of the desert will be
made to bloom ns a wonderful garden. II the claims made for it continue lo be substantiated In practice,
Mr. Sigafoofl may well lie considered
a world's benefactor in giving us
this wonderful rotary tunnel niu-
The baseball game at Danville
last Sunday afternoon between
Grand Forks and Danville was won
by the latter team by a score of 5 to
2. Grand Forks would have made
a better showing if the players had
used more judgment in running
bases. A large representation of
Grand Forks people witnessed the
Catholic Fair
The ladies of the Catholic church
will hold their annual Fair in the
sample hall, under the opera house,
on the 10th, 11th and 12th of June.
Music will bo provided by local
artists every evening. Many nice
and useful articles will be on hand
for sale. We will have various attractive sports, with a contest and a
drawing of valuabls articles. To all
a friendly invitation is extended.
R. G. Ritchie, the Cascade merchant, spent Victoria day on the
tennis court at the residence of J. B.
Henderson in this city. JOHN   D. SPENCE
(% Efottttuj iSmn
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The Evening Sum,
Phonr R74 Gicand Fohks, B.C.
SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1909
The most sensible way to advertise a city is tomake substantial public improvements, and not to squander the ratepayers' money by advertising in dodgers.
The interior department has issued
a pamphlet entitled Canada's Western Heritage, being a description of
British Columbia, its farms, forests,
fisheries, fruit growing, mining, etc.,
for free distribution to intending settlers. It can be obtained in tbis
city from the secretary of the board
of trade and from McCalluin & McArdle.
Dr. E. Newcombe and family left
on Thursday for Vancouver, where
the doctor will practice bis profession. During their short residence
in this city the family have made a
host of friends, all of whom wishes
them success at their new home.
W. S. Murray, one of the pioneer
ranchers of this valley, left today
for Spokane and the coast cities.
He will also visit his old home at
Petrolia, Out., before returning to
this city.
J. P. McXiven, janitor of the public school, left this week on a four
months' vacation to his home in
Prince Edward Island. C. G.
Wheeler has been appointed janitor
during Mr. MoNiven's absence.
C. A. Mix, F. H. Hutton, L. S.
Ross, W. A. Cooper, T. Powers and
W. H. Collins, all of this city, have
been gazetted as commissioners for
taking affidavits under the Elections
Died—In Grand Forks, on Tuesday, May 25th, the infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morrison,
aged three days.
For Sale—One fresh milch cow
and calf. For particulars apply to
Frache Bros.
The Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel
i s now in sixty feet, and averaging
about five a day.
Born—In Grand Forks, on Saturday, May 22nd, to .Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Morrison, a daughter.
Max Schafer, an old smelter employee, left for the north this week
in search of land.
Following are the grand jurors at
the Greenwood assizes: W. L. C.
Gordon (foreman), J. N. Paton, J.
T. Beattie, H. F. Stow, W. F. Proctor, J. R. Jackson, E. W. Bishop,
H. C. Cummins, J. W. Main, J. R.
Ferguson, Joseph Manly. VV. J.
Stewart and Win. Dinsmore.
Thomas Curry, one of the pioneers of the district, dropped dead
at Beaverdell last Friday while going from bis cabin to a claim on
which he was working. The remains were taken to Greenwood for
J. C. Bishop, of Vancouver, is
visiting at the home of his boh in
this city,
The river has been rising very
rapidly during the past few days.
White Pekin Duck Eggs for sale,
81 per dozen.   Mrs. P. T.  McCallum.
Mr. Alwin Frache, of this city, is
at present engaged in playing a
game of chess by correspondence
with James R. Hunnex, of Erie, B.
C, winner in the recent chess tournament in Nelson. The following is
a record of the moves as far as the
game has progressed:
1...P. toK. 4 P. toK. 4.
2...Kt. to K. B. 3...Kt. to Q. B. 3.
3 ..B. toQ. IS. i Kt. toK. B.3.
4.. Kt. toQ. B. 3...B. toQ B. 4.
5.. P. toQ. 3 P. toQ. 3.
6...B. toK. Kt. 5...B. toK. 3.
7...Castles  Q. B. x B.
8...P. x B Q. toQ. 2.
9...B.  x Kt P.  x B.
10.,.Q, Kt. to K. 2...Castles (Q.R.)
11...Q.B.P. toB. 3...Q.R.toK.Kt.sq
12...Kt. toK. Kt 3..P. K. R. 4
13 ..Kt. K. B. 5 P. toK. R. 5
14...P. toK. R. 3....Kt. toK. 2
15...Kt. x Kt. Ch Q. x Kt.
16...K. toR. sq Q. toK. 3
17...Q. toQ. 5	
Special Showing of
a Charming
from SltoSlO.
AveriH's Store Second Sire
Sheriff Kerman am] D. Whiteside
atlended the assizes at Greenwood
this week.
Mesdames Atwood and Steele atlended the district meeting of the
women's auxiliary of the Anglican
church in Nelson this week.
U. Mcintosh returned this week
from a trip to ICnst Kootenay in the
interests of the Lumber association.
Gold and Silver Medals,Bibles
and Books
The International Newspaper Bible
Study Club is for the purpose of promoting, in an unfettered way among
the masses,a wider study of the Bible,
the basal truths of Christianity, and
the problems whicli enter into every
mini's life. It is composed of all those
who join a local club, and take up the
simple course herein outlined, barring
only ordained clergymen. All who
have not joined are warmly invited to
do so and to compete for the prizes.
Persons muy join the club at any
time during the year, but must, of
course answer the 52 questions hereinafter explained, to qualify for the
prizes, and the buck questions may
■ lie* obtained from this oflice.
This paper hns secured the right to
! publish the International Sunday
' School Lesson questions by  Rev.  Dr.
Linscott, which have aroused so much
interest elsewhere, unci they will appear weekly. One of these questions
each week is to be answered in writing, and upon these answersthe prizes
are to be awarded,
This paper is authorized to form a
Local Newspaper Bible Study Club
for its readers, and guarantees to all
who join and fulfil the conditions,that
everything herein promised shall be
faithfully carried out.
1. Each contestant, or his or her
family, must be a .subscriber to this
paper, in order to qualify for membership in the International Newspaper Bible Study Club and this Loeal Club.
2. Each contestant in this Local
Club must answer each of the written
questions for 52 consecutive weeks,
commencing for Sunday, June 6, and
the answers must all be in the possession of this paper within two weeks
of the close of this period.
. 3. Each question must be answered
separately and the paper written on
one side only. No answer must exceed
two hundred words in length and may
be less Each answer must have the
name and address of the writer at the
bottom of the answer.
4. The answers must be delivered
to this oflice, and they will be collated at the close of the contest, and
forwarded to headquarters for independent examination by competent
examiners. The prizes will then be
awarded according to the highest
number of marks won by members of
the International Newspaper Bible
Study Club, and prizes whjch may be
awarded to members of this Local
Club will be given out from this office.
First Series—A solid gold medal to
each of the first five.
Second Series—A sterling silver
medal to each of the next five.
Third Series—A Teacher's Bible,
price 85.50, to each of the  next five
Fourth Series—The book, "The
Heart of Christianity," prize SI.50, to
each of the next thirty-five.
Each medal will be suitably engraved, giving the name of the winner,
and for what it is awarded, and in
ike manner each Bible and book will
be inscribed.
All who can write, and have ideas,
are urged to take up these studies regardless of the degree of their education, as the papers are not valued
from an educational or literary standpoint, but from the point of view of
the cogency of their reasoned ideas.
Fruit growers will find great satisfaction
in buying and using our Animal Fertilizers. All lhat we sell are the pure unadulterated products of our abattoirs at
Calgary. These can be used with safety
by" every one—sold m sacks or ton lots:
... A
tAuent. for
tTWanufrctur-ers tf
50 different designs, ranging in price from 40o to
$ 1 50 per foot, set in place
around lot. und including
one coat of paint. Fancy
Gates uud Circle Corners
Lawn Furniture, Chairs. Settees. Lawn Fountains, Bank
Fixtures, Hltehlhg Posts, oto
Call on me> for prices.
Brlilac- Street, Grand Forlta, B. G.
In Five Minutes
Take your sour stomach—or maybe
you call it indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or catarrh of stomach; it doesn't
matter—take your etoniuch trouble
right   with   you to your pharmacist
I and ask him to open a BU-cent case of
Pape's Diapepsin and let you eat one
J 22-graln Triangule ami see if within
live minutes there is left any trace of
jyour stomach misery.
The correct name for your trouble
is food   fermentation—food  soaring;
I the digestive organs become weak,
there is loss of gastric: juice; your food
is only hulf digested, unci you become
hlTeeted with loss of appetite, pressure
and fullness after eating, vomiting,
nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels,
tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad
tuste in mouth, constipation, pain in
limbs, sleeplessness belching of gas,
biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness und many other similar
If your appetite is fickle, and nothing tempts you, or you belch gas or if
you feel bloated after eating, or your
food lies like a lump of lead on your
stomach, you can muke up your mind
, thut at the bottom of all this there is
but one cause—fermentation of undigested food.
Prove to yourself, after your next
meal, that your stomach is as good as
' any; that there is nothing really
wrong. Stop this fermentation and
begin eating what you want without
fear of discomfort or misery.
Almost instant relief is waiting for
you. It is merely a matter of how
soon you take a little Diapepsin.
Once tried always used.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Sparklet Bulbs, Lime Juice and Citrate
of Magnesia for making Cooling
Draughts during the hot season.
C Phone 13
Prescription Specialists
Night Service \
-HOUSE AND LOT; lot 30x
180; l^-atory house, wood
shed, good well mul pump:
ceu'niliy located. For
(till particulars apply at The Suu office.
cinder cultlvatiou.ceeee
mite south of   city;
, large orchard;   oasy
terncS.   Applynt lhe Set,, office.
Eggs for Sale—Front pure bred
Buff Oriingtons, Black Minorcas
and White Leghorns; $2.00 for 13.
Mrs. Bowen, West Grand Forks,
near G. N. pump station.
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete Stock oe
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh (■oiiHlKiimeut of
Confectionery   -
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
For    Sale—1G0   acres of   good
timothy land.    Apply this oflice.
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, May 14.—Silver, 53j
electrolytic copper, 12|@13.
London, May 14.—Silver, 24J;
lead, £13 3s 9d.
Three bottles of cold  Nelson   Beer,
50c.   Lion Bottling Works. •
1909 cTWODELS §f
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries.
Repair Shop. Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels to Rent.
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190G.)
Is a dozen books ill one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It, is a pracical book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the coppes
Its facts will pass muster with tho
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
Knglish without fear or favor.
It lists and describes ■lij.'lfi copper
mines unci companies in nil parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the propoi ty.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the fads it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain Knglish.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
top; $7.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
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I'eertles Intending te, litlllel cvl.l clo well to con-
Mill mo.
t$? Wonder
To all inv friends and patrons I
extend tho felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
will be given April 12 and 13,
A cordial invitation to all.
cTWrs. Ida Barnum
Siinllliiimi'iMi I.cciiel District, District of Telle.
TAKK NOTICE tlmt dearie! Arnold Cleirk,
of '.reeeeil Cocks, II,(I., occupation Smelter-
man, ititeiiclec to applv for permission to peir-
obAie tlio following elescrlbeel lunds:
Commencing at a post planted at ttie south,
west corner of Lot Number !•._,, Oroup 1,
SlmllltnniBei, Division of Yale District, British Columbia; thence north 40 chains; theuco
wesl 'JOchains; theticcsoilthlOohuiiiB; thence
nest J(l chains, containing SO ncres, more or
Dated loth March, 1IIOI.
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amount, tl)eS(i.l>7; judgment debtor,
James Addison; judgment creditor,
The Dominion Permanent Loan Company.
Dated  at Grand Forks, B. C, the
20th May, 11)09.
H. C. KERMAN, Sheiiff.
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Is   used is .nil-is on Sandner ereek. area to
be Irrigated 0,401) acre*.
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of April. 1909, und app) lea tion will lie made to
the Commissioner on the 2^th day of May
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he friend or be he foe,
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be be beggar, be he lord,
Comes us truly, conies us duly, to the
battle us the board—
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Stars glcum, lamps dicker, friends fore-
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all too lute.
Absent, flatterers' tongues nre daggers
—present, softer thnn the silk:
Shun them! 'tis a jar of poison hidden
under harmless milk:
Shun them whon thev   promise   little!
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For,   unkindled,   charcoal  burnetii—■
cold, it doth defile lhe touch.
Ill   years,   or   moons, or  half-moons
Or in three days—Buddenly,
Knaves are silent—true men go free.
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leaves there no strife or storm;
Plunge ii lighted torch beneath it, und
the ocean grows not warm.
Noble heartfi nre golden vases—close
the bond true metals mnke;
Easily   the  smith   may   weld  them,
harder fnr it is to break.
Evil hearts nre earthen vessels—at a
touch thoy crack a-t»iiin.
And what craftsman's ready  cunning
can unite the shards agnin?
Good men's friendships may he broken,
yet abide they friends at heart;
Snap the stem-of I.uxmee's lotus, and
its fibres will not break.
Over-love   of   home  were   weakness;
whereso'er tho hero come,
Stalwart arm and steadfast spirit find
or win for him a home.
Yule Land ^Uistrlot.   District of Slrallka*
TAKE    NoTK'K   that   Smith   Curtis,   of
iioNhliiril, n,c„occupation mine operator;
li.ti'iidntu apply for pi'i-ini-^hioii to  mireiin-e
the following described lands:
Commenoititrat a post planted nn the west-
-ru sideline of the Nelson & Fort Shepherd
Railway company's Land (innn and ar the
southeast corner of Petor Shaw 's pre-<emp<
ion on Uly Sheep Creek; thence west 70
ihalus; thenee smith 15chains, more or less.
o the north line nf j. .1. GUI's pre-emption:
hence east 85 chains, mure or less, to north-
last corner of saiil Sill's p,-e-etnptlon ::
whence south 15 chains: theuce east 85 chains,
more or less, to the western line nf aforesaid
Railway Lnnd Grant: thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing 160
acres, more or less.
Dated December 14th, 1908.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
M. Ilecct. SI. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Strop :
Second Street
Paoxk B77
Furniture  Made to Order.
Also Repairing of till Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
r. McCutcheon
! AOBNT roil—
London Mutual Fire Insurance Co,
Montreal nnd Canada,
Aud o[|ht luhatfiiitta] companies,
ANT available Dominion Lands within the
Railway HHt of llritish Columbia maybe
homeateaded by any person who is the head
of a family, or auy male over eighteen years
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
of Hit' aeres, more or less.
Entry muat be mnde personally at the local
land office for the district in whioh the laud
is situate.
The homesteader is required to perioral
tho conditions connivtcd therewith under
one of thc following plans:
(1) At least six mouths1 residence upon ami
cultivation of the land in eaeh year for three
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon ii
farm iii the vicinity of the land  entered  for,
the requirements as to renideuce may he satisfied liy BUell person residing; witli the fat her
or. mother.
(8) If the settler has his permanent resi*
deuce upon farming land owned by him in
the vicinity of hla homestead, the require*
meiitstis to residence may be satisfied hv
residence upon the said land.
Six, months' notice in writing should lie
given tiie Commissioner nf Dominion Lauds
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coal mining rights nia* lie lensetl
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rentul of $1.00 perm-re. Not more than
2,5011 aoree shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at tho rate of Rve cents
per ton .-.hall he collected on the merchant"
aide coal mined.
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Following are the locations, certificates nl work, hills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, fi. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from May 13
Io May 2", inclusive.
Black Eagle, Christina lnke, Win.
Rutledge; Emma, Paulson, John Le-
peshj Dempster fraction, Christina
lake, Henry I. Dempster* Balmoral
fraction, Hardy mountain, John A.
Me Muster.
All of Ida, Brown's camp, Joe
Pringle to I. Lindholm; all of Lone
Star, Pathfinder eamp, R. Lindholm
to 1. Lindholm. i
Monarch fraction, Greenwood camp,
The Granby Consolidated Mining,
Smelting and Power Co., Ltd.
.Sure Thing,   Summit  camp,   G. R.
Pierce: London Prize,  McCrae creek,
Wilford   et al.; Burlington  fraction,'
Greenwood camp, Jackson et al.; Eu-j
reka No. 2 and Guston fraction, Wei-1
lingtiiu camp, Edwards et   al.;   Silver
Monn fraction, Wellington   camp,   T.
G. Edwards) Bell fraction, Blazer nnd
Bow, Greenwood camp, F. M.  Kerby;
Boxer fraction. Greenwood  camp,   I.
Kerby; Dieadnaught, Franklin camp,
Thos.   Livingstone,   for   two   years;
Lockport,   Juminit  camp,  James P.
Cunningham, for three years; Mayday
fraction, Wellington camp, Rum*
berger et al.; Pacific fraction, Wellington camp, W. J. Porter; E. P.
fraction, Brown's camp, Pringle et al.;
All fraction, Nero and Togo, Burst
Basin, Fred Kettner.
IN THE Supreme Court of British
Columbia.—In the estate of
August Carlson, deceased.
NOTICE i*. herebv given that on
the 29th day of April, 1909, it was
ordered hy His Honor Judge Brown
that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator, be administrator of the estate
of August Carlson, late of Spokane,
Washington, deceased,  intestate.
Every person indebted to the said
deceased is required to make payment
forthwith to the undersigned, and
every person having in possession effects belonging to deceased is required
to notify the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person having any claim upon or interest in the
distribution of the estate of the deceased is required before the 31st day
of Maj*. 15)09, to send by registered
letter, addressed to the undersigned,
his name and address and full particulars of his claim or interest, and a
statement nf his account, and the nature of the security (if nny) held by
hiin, all verified by statutory declaration.
After thesaid Slst day of May,
15)09, the administrator will proceed
to distribute the estate, having .legai'd
to those claims only of which lie shall
then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, 19th
May, 1909.
Official Administrator.
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, .Summit	
Emilia, Summit	
On, Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Idaho,  I'hoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur Kiiig.Simiinit	
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	
Golden Eagle	
l'reston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Cam))	
Last Chance, Skylark Cump	
E, P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic;, Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
Total, tons	
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C.Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Total Treated	
shipments of   Boundary mines
Pas' Week
Notice to Drivers
To the people of Grand Forks, Cascade, Danville, Curlew, and all
ranchers and others iu the Kettle
Realizing that some of the horses
driven in the valley are afraid of
automobiles, and liable to turn a rig
over and run away, I wish everyone
to note, that I am desirous of taking
every precaution against accidents;
and should any person driving a
horse or team meet my automobile,
if they will raise their left hand to
indicate thnt they have a skiitish
or dangerous horse or team, I will at
once back my car oil' as fur as prnc-
ticle, stop the engine, and help them
to get safely past the automobile.
A. B. W. Hodges,
Manager Granby Smelter.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, May 28—The following are today's opening qaotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
GranbyConsolidated.105.00    102.00
B. C. Copper     7.00        6.G2
C.P.U 181.00    180.00
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