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Wislat.ve Wbrarj.
Eighth Year—No. 47.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday, September 25, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Evidence Before Commission
Shows That Fires Are
Most Destructive
The provincial foreUy commissioners held a session in the court
house in this city last Saturday.
Hon. F. J. Fulton, A. S, Goodeve,
M.P., nnd A. C. Flumerfelt were in
attendance, accompanied by Mr.
Harvey, of Vancouver.
Mr. Genelle, manager of the Cascade Lumber company, in a letter to
the commission, urged tbat the
license fee cast of the Cascades bc reduced, ns the timber lands usually
hold only 0000 feet to the nnre; that
provincial dues be tho same ns federal; thnt lumbermen and government
co-operate lo keep down (ires, nnd
tbat cutting flatted ties be prohibi
ted owing to tbe waste caused.
The lirst witness wus Alex Robinson, of tho Robinson & Lequime
Lumber company. His mills cut
40,000 feet per day during the six
months of the yenr they were operated. Thc cutting of timber less than
14 inches nt stump should be prohibited, as the land in the dry belt
would not reforest naturally unless
trees were left to shade the ground.
This restriction might be suspended
on land tit for agriculture. Purely
tmherland, however, could be cut
over every fifteen or twenty yenrs by
the enforcement of this restriction.
Hewing trees caused loss of boards
thnt could be cut from sides of siuvu
ties, oaused waste of long butts too
heavy to hew, nnd left much danger
of tire. Bettor lire protoctin is need-
e I, nnd more lire wardens—probably
four to the one now employed.  Fires
cossive charge, particularly where so
many ore trains run.
Charles Mix, lire warden, said
that the railways caused most fires,
for the reasons already stated. Prospectors started no (ires If a warden
hnd command of enough appropriation he could do better work by
having regular men on through the
dnnger season, nnd could control a
large district. No fires bad started
from nny ranchers who got permits,
He hnd refused many permits, and
had always seen the place before
giving permits. Fires had been
started without permit, and had
spread and caused damage, He hnd
not prosecuted nny one as yet, owing to wnnt of time nnd evidence.
Railways do not clenr tbe right of
way wide enough, nor do tbey use
nny screens that nre effective.
Expenditures for the First
Seven Months of the
Currant Year
the council to sleep In regard to his
so-called publicity schemes. When
the members regained consciousness
tbe matter wns referred to the lin-
nnco committee.
The street grades   bylaw wns reconsidered nnd Anally passed,
Rev. MacLeod Resigns
The citizens generally, nnd the
congregation of Knox church particularly, learn with regret of Rev.
T. G. MacLeod's decision to leave
Grnnd Forks to assume the duties of
a new ministerial Held. Mr. and
Mrs. MacLeod and their family have
been in tbis city for about three
years, and in that time bave won
the esteem and friendship of all who
bave had the privilege of being associated with them, socially or in
church work. Mr. MacLeod will
remain till mid-October. A successor has not been arranged for yet.
It is too much to hope that a man
of equal culture and attainments
may be secured. The retiring minister stands high in honor among
his confreres, and hns given of bis
best to his congregation here. His
earnestness of purpose and faithful-
fulness to duty have been marked at
all times, and by stealth he has performed many an act of charity and
kindness.    His sermons are invaria
bly   vigorous  in thought, and are
were caused by railways because tl e prefiented with a beauty  of dictiun
nd   style   such as it is rarely one
screen regulations wero not obeyed
and they cannot be observed, I e
cause the engines cannot climb
heavy grades with screens on.
Ranchers and campers start (ires by
carelessness; prospectors never, as
tbey know the danger too well, and
it is easy to prevent (ire. Railways
should patrol the track more, particularly on heavy grades. The permit system is good, yet considerable
tire still occurs. Lumbermen should
be made to trim trees to tbo top, so
they will lie close to the ground and
root. To clean up and pile brush
simply invites dnnger. Nearly all
tbo land cut over this year was good
agricultural land. Canadian lumber
companies are at a disvantage, because machinery and wages are
cheaper across the line, so American
lumbermen can pay the duty and
still compete. Mr. Robinson thought
the government should retain power
to adjust regulations and fees as
times alter, to extend limits In time
or distanae, or increase fees on licensed land at any rate.
F. W. McLaine,C.P.R. land agent
and forest ranger, of Greenwood.wus
the next witness. More wardens, he
said, were needed; also a system of
gettingmen quickly for emergency
needs. At present it is impossible to
get good men for fire fighting, and
as a result four million feet is burning one fire near Midway. Tbe C.P.
R. has seven fire fighters on now,
and two regular patrol men for the
track between Nelson and Midway.
The section men also patrol.  To pa
bears but in very large cities. As
Mr. MacLeod hns spent a number of
years among the Rockies, in southern Hritish Columbia, he is thoroughly conversant with the province's needs and its possibilities.
Keenly alive to the charms of life
along tbe ''world's wide roof-tree,"
he is an ardent helper in nny movement which tends to enrich life
amid Hritish Columbia's natural
beauties. Besides the members of
the congregation, many others who
bave enjoyed the hospitality of the
manse, will remember Mr. and Mrs.
MacLeod with warmest good-will
and wishes for their happiness.
Granby Shares
Answering a query on Granby
stock, tbe lloston Commercial says:
"Vour opinion of (.Iranby stock coincides with ours, and we feel very
well satisfied that this ought to he
selling for a grent deal more thnn its
present price, but tho fact that both
of us have tbis opinion does not
seem to bring about the result. If
it were not for the fact that stocks
sometimes sell for much less than
they are worth, speculation would
lose its attraction. We feel confident
that you will make no mistake in in regard to sendin;
holding your Granby. We believe it
will sell for double its present price
eventually, but we don't know when
All the members except Aid.
Whiteside were present at the meeting of the city council Inst Monday
The city solicitor subm tted a letter from the C. P. R. officials, in answer to a telegram, in which they
stated that the delay in tho installation of the alarm signal at the Riverside avenue crossing was caused by
tbe inability of the eompany to
trace some insulated rail joints
shipped some weeks since. Onarriv.il
of these, two days' work will suffice
to instnl the signal. In the meantime a watchman hns boon placed at
the crossing.
A communication was received
from Frank Lathe, secretary of tho
Citizens' Reform league, nsking for
an inspection of public buildings as
to need for fire escapes. On motion
of Aid. Sheads and Lequime, the (ire
chief was instructed to report on the
condition of public buildings in regard to fire escapes.
J. B. Henderson reported 890.01
ns valuation of sidewalk built for E,
Larsen, of the Hotel Province, for
which refund of taxes is arranged
Referred to board of works.
Tbe city clerk presented a list of
the land sold at the tax snle last
week, showing l?302.(io as the result, an overplus of iilLoO over
taxes on snid lands.
On motion of Aid. Lequime and
Sheads, an appropriation of $50 was
made for a half-page advertisement
in Henton's Annual, an Knglish Gazetteer, payable next year when published. Aid. Manly and MoCallum
voted in the negative.
A. B. Hood, acting for the curling
club, mnde a request for a lease of
part of Fifth street and alley behind.
the lots obtained for a rink, explaining tbat sufficient ground for traffic
would be left. Aid Manly gave notice of a bylaw for that purpose.
The fin ince 'committee reported
the following expenditures during
lhe first seven months of tho currant
Expended   Estimate
Police  8900.70     81,800.00
Health and  relief     682.00       1,850.00
Boardofworks.,2,27200 3,500.00
Water and light.8,378.00     15,660 00
The chief of police wns instructed
to collect the dog anv roud taxes at
The A-nter nnd light committee reported that a new four-inch main
had been laid on Sixth street, and
progress in regard lo the now settling
tnnk at tho pumping stntion. Considerable trouble had been caused by
quicksand, but a good intake and
tank could be obtained.
The health and relief committee
reported that no reply had been received from the prouincial secretary
tbo   old   man,
A Good Perform1 nee
The Rosslnnd Union Theatre oompany gave nn excellent moving picture and vaudeville show in tho
opera house last Monday night to a
good audience. The vaudeville program wns provided by Hall nnd
Lorrnin, direct from tho Western
circuit, Chicago. These are high-
priced artistes—singers nnd dancers
—nnd rendered fonr illustrated songs
and some clever iniitntioh nnd sketch
work. The show will be repented
next Wednesday night, when an en-
tiro change of program will be given.
The   lilms for that occasion will be:
Western Justice," "The Ttvo Sis
ters," "Tho Duke's Motto," •'The
Dogs' Music Hall," and the "Su-
burdanite'b Ingenious Alarm."
Ranchers of Valley Get Up
a Miniature Fair of Our
A Standard Attraction
The San  Francisco   Opera   company, that really splendid organization   which   favored   Grand   Forks
with a visit last   season, and  which
has just completed a record engagement  of twelve weeks  at the Empress theatre, Vancouver, B.C., and
is now in its third week at the Spokane theatre, Spokane,   Wash.,  has
been  secured  by Mr. Lew Johnson
for next Monday  night, September
27th.   The   oompany will  present
the   "Gay   Purisienne," a  musical
comedy which   wns   n   tremendous
hit at the George   Edwards   Gaiety
theatre, London, Eng., nnd   is  considered by Frank W.  Henly, manager of the San Francisco Opera company,    who    visited   us   Tuesday,
ns  tbe host thing fro-n  n laughing
standpoint    in    the   repertoire   of
lhe company.    Teddy  Webb,   the
remarkable funny little Englishman;
Mabel   Day,   tbo charming prima
donna; Janes  Stevens, a celebrated
baritone,   and   twenty-seven  otbtr
singers aie   in  tbe company.    Thej
San Francisco Opera company visits
Canada but once a   yenr, and  their
performances   are  considered    the'
very best thing in tho theatrical line ;
offered iu this couutry.   Every man,
woman nnd child should be on hand
next Monday  night and assist Mr.
Johnson in convincing the management of tbe   company that   Graud
Forks can give them enough business
to make   it   worth   while   playing
hero.   Scats   are   now   on   sale at
Woodland & Co.'s drugstore.
Fifteen persons came over from
Nelson yesterday on the fruit
growers' excursion to the Riverside
nurseries. Tho regular west-bound
C. P. C. passenger train landed the
excursionists nt tho nurseries, where
an elaborate luncheon awaited them.
After satisfying the demands of tbe
inner man, a couple of hours were
spent in inspecting the nursery
stock nt this rapidly expanding institution. They expressed some
surprise at the magnitude this industry is assuming, nnd mnde innny
complimentary remarks regarding
the fine appearance nnd superior
quality of the growing stock. Like
ninny other notable personages who
have recently favored the city with
visits, they were firmly of the opinion thnt the people here do not realize the potential wealth they possess.
In the evening the visitors were
tnken to this city in rigs, and at >S
o'clock they inspected the Granby
smelter. Tomorrow forenoon they
will be taken for a carriage drive
through the valley. They return to
Nelson on the regular C. P. R. passenger train this afternoon.
In connection with this excursion
a.splendid display of the products of
the valley has been made in the
store recently vacated by Mclnnes
& Co., on Bridge street. It is really
miniature fair, and a good ninny
of the exhibits would be prize winners nt the Nelson or Spoknne fairs.
Tho credit for arranging this display
belongs to Messrs. Holmes, Collins,
Burrell and other prominent fruit
growers and ranchers and a committee from the Farmers' Institute.
There areexbibitsof fruit,vegetables,
I grain, grapes and berries—including
second-crop strawberries—from near
ly every orchard nnd ranch in tbe
valley. Frache Bros., of the Columbin greenhouses, have a line floral
display,    nnd   all   the   medals  and
diplomas won by the ranchers of the
valley aro on exhibition. There are
many people in this city who have
no conception of the superior quality of lbe fruit and produce grown in
tbis valley, anil il will pay tbem to
inspect this display today.
Millinery Opening
On  Tuesday,   September   28th,
at 10 o'clock a.m., Misses Ray & At-
In Grand Forks, on Monday, Sep-  lenlmry will have n grnnd  millinery
tomber 20th, Eldon Livermore, son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. 1". II. Knight, aged
len months. The funeral was held
from the family residence ou Tuesday.
A Card of Thanks
Mr. and .Mrs. K. II. Knight wish
to extend their gratitude to their
friends for the many kindnesses
shown them in their bereavement.
opening uf hill nnd winter styles nt
their store on Second street. Ladies
wishing the latest patterns nre invited to Call nnd inspect their Inrgo
stock.    Terms strictly cosh.
Change in Granby Hotel
Fred VV. Russell on Monday last
purchased A. VV. Eraser's interest in
the Granby hotel. Mr. Russell is
an experienced hotel  man,  and  he
Government Agent 8. R. Almond intends to make tbis popular house
Mr. Dent, to the Old Men's Homej ]eft lasl „.eek 01) a month's vacation j second to none in the city. I'ermis-
at Kamloops. A case of an old man, trip to Ha|oyon Hot Springs and : sion will be a-ked of the license coin-
said to be in destitute circumstances, other  I)0jlUs_    ue  is accompanied i missioners to change tho name irom
it will advance, and we can't explain! living in a shack near the river, ' by Mrs. Almond. the Granby to thc Russell hotel.
the present   absence of speculative! was ordered to   be reported   to the
interest in the stock.   The company , health officers.
should resume dividend payments]    Mr. Belton submitted two or three'new   Grand
trol after each train would be an ex.' before the end of this year." newspaper clippings.and then talked completed
The   cement  block work  on the
Forks hotel   has been
R. II. Trueman, the Vancouver
photographer, will visit the city on
the 8th of next month. JOHN   D, SPENCE
Slip Burning Bm\
Published at Grand Forl-n. drill..!i Qolumliln.
Q. A. Kvans Editor and Publisher
A Hip of Hi!., paner oan be Been at the offloe
ul Messrs. B, & J. Hardy & Co., 90, BI ami SZ,
t i Street, K.O., I Ion.  linn I mil, free nf
charge, and that Hrm will ho glad to n i
subscriptions and advertisements on uur li
MIUtsCllll'TlON  IIA1 R.H 1
IlllP   Vrnr    $1.1.11
Out,  Vpur (ill iiilvimro)    1.U0
Advertising rateifurnlshel i
Legal noticos,'" and .1 oenti pur linn.
Aduress nil oommunloattuns tu
'I'm: 1_vi_sino Sen,
Phon-k 1171 iiiu.Mi Fohks, B.O.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1909
Death of Governor Johnson
Governor John A. John; of Minnesota, died nt Mayo Bros', hospital
in Rochester tbis week, following an
operation. .Mr. Johnson was ono
of tbe must unique figures in American polities, lie was elected governor on the Democratic ticket of a
state thnt is overwhelmingly Republican for three successive terms,
nml in two presidential elections bis
nnme wns prominently mentioned
ns n candidate for tbo olliee of chief
magistrate of the nation. For yenrs
prior to his election as governor he
edited a newspaper in tho town in
which thc proprietor of this paper
wns raised, and we believe tbat at
the time nf his death he still owned
a half interest in the St. Peter
Herald. He was u brilliant writer,
at times inclined to be philosophical.
As governor he gave general satisfaction. Like many other men who
have lisen to fame in American
public life, he was essentially a scll-
made man. Wc believe that history
will rate will rnte hiin as, "Tnken all
in nil, he wns n num."
Favored Agricultural Society
A meeting of the committees appointed by tbe Fanners' Institute
nnd tbe board of trade, for the   pur-
Prima Donna, with the San Francisco Opera com pany,at the Grand
Forks Opera House next Monday
pose of considering the   advisability QRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
of organizing an agricultural   nsso- lew johnson, muises
ciation nnd holding annual exhibits,
wns held in the city hall on Saturday evening, September 18th. Those
present were Messrs. Holmes, Lawrence, Ruckle and Morrison from
the Farmers' Institute, and Messrs.
Fripp, Howl, McArdle, McCalluin
and Evans from the board of trade-
On motion, Mr. Fripp wns appointed chairman of the meeting, nnd
Mr. Evan? was elected secretary  pro
Mr. Mood nnd other members nf
the committees? spoke very emphatically in favor of the formation
of an agricultural association. Tne
speakers pointed out tlmt nn annual
exhibition would do more to mnke
our resources known to the outside
world thnn nny other method thnt
could be employed.
Moved liy Mr. Hood, seconded by
Mr. MoCallum, Hint il is tin
of this meeting that an agl'ioul
association be formed, and that a
committee be appointed to ascertain
the requirements of such an organization.    Adopted.
On million uf Messrs. McArdle
and Ruckle, Messrs. Hood, Lawrence nnd Collins were appointed a
committee to look into the details of
On motion of Messrs. Hood nnd
Lawrence, Messrs. McCallum, Collins and.McArdle were appointed a
committee to select a site for holding exhibitions.
On motion of Messrs. McCallum
and Hood, Messrs. Collins, Holmes,
Honsberger and Fripp were appointed a committee on exhibits.
On motion of Mr. Ruckle, the
meeting adjourned for two weeks.
Night Only        f\ m
day, Sept.   &J
One Night Only
Fourth year of unintei'ruped
success of the
■an Erancisco
pera Company
The Clack Light Opera Organization
of America.
Work on lhe foundation of Ihe
new Eastern Townships bnnk building wns commenced on Wednesday.
It is understood thnt the foreman of
the construction work will arrive iu
the city next .Monday from Vancouver.
A. \V. Eraser, late of the Granby
Gorgeously Costumed
Splendid Scenic and Lighting
PRICES: $1.50, $1.00 AND 75c
Reserved Seats at  Woodland .S: Co.'s
Stationery Store,
\ T OTICE is hereby given that at the
\\ next meeting of the Board cf
License Commissioners for the
City of Grand Forks, 11.0, we intend
to mnke application for the transfer
of the retail liquor license in respect
to the "Granby" hotel, held by Alexander William Fraser and Fred \V.
Russell, in Hie said Fred W, Russell
Anrl further take notice, thnt at
snid meeting an application will be
mnde for permission to change the
nnme of the "Granby" hotel to that
of the "Russell" hotol,
Dated Grand Forks, B.C., the 21st
dny of September, A.D. 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing
between us, the undersigned, ns
hotel, left yesterday for a short visit hotel-keepers nt the City of Grand
to the   Seattle exposition   nnd  the  p"rk*' \" th° Province of British Col
unibin, hns this duv been dissolved by
const cities. .    , ,      .,.    , , . ■
mutual consent.    All  debts owing to
the snid partnership nre to he paid t:>
Fred W. Russell, who will continue
n, carry on tho business, und all
eluiins ngnipst. bhe said partnership
me io be presented to the snid Fred
W. Russell, by whom the suine will
be settled.
Wallace Law, of Vancouver, grand Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., the
..,,.,.',.     ,. , 20thday of September, A.D. 1909
master of bntisn Columbia, will pay ■ .   w FRASE1
an official visit  to Gateway  Lodge p  \y. RUSSELL.
Xo. -lo, I.O.O.F., next  Wednesday      Witness: W. li. Cochrane.
Fresh cow for sale.   Apply C. S.
A new (ire esoape has been added
to the rear of the Hotel Province,
Ceo. Chappie this week received a
carload of material for the vapor
heating plant in the new Davis
Mining Stook Quotations
New York, Sept. 24.—The following nre today's opening qaotations lor
the stocks mcntii ned:
Asked.        Bid
CranbyConsolidnted. 90,00    100.00
li. C. Copper     6.00        6.50
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 24,—.Silver, ~t\\;
eleetnilvtie copper, )2!,(n 12|.
London, Sent. 24 -Silver, 28 3 4;
■ cad, £12 12s (Id,
The usual quarterly ohildrens'
service will be held in lhe
Baptist church Sunday morning,
September 26tb, Children nnd
their parents are cordially invited in
attend. In ihe evening the pastor
will continue his address on ihe
Teaching of Christian Science nml Wo lime s,„„o,,. ti„. h.^cst grade
tbe Teaching of tbe Bible. paper   and  stationery  for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought  to
Aubrey Miller, son of Sam Miller,  the Uounaary.    bun Job mine.
of tbe Winnipeg hotel, left this week      Before closing  ynur contract  for
for   Ihe  Pullman  college, where he rending mutter for the coming year,
will take a course in electrical engi- read tbe tempting clubbing ofler we
mnke on the third page.
Will all growers of fruit and vege
tables having anything to sell kind
Iv eoininunieile wilh Rnhnrt I .,••■ ' '• X. •-• Mineral Cluim, situate In the
ij _<'iiiinuiii.,ni wiiii uooeit i„iw- ,.,all(| p0r|ca Mining Division „1 STnle Olson/ ; ii-li't.
Where located!   In Franklin oaran.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, James MoArdle Pre
r    -t    ttinlf
enough to whet a flick
man's appetitfe—any of
the meats which come
from our shop, if properly cooked and served.
What   pleases the  pa-
tienb better than a juicy,
tender steak, or young
lamb chops? ff you cook
it right well send you
the right meat—at tho
right price, too. Any-
meats knows us.
P. B U R N S&, CO., Ltd
Carefully prepared from I
Pure Drugs nnd Clicnii-
We nre at   your  service day nnd night.
The   ideal Tonic mid Reconstructive    Tissue    and
Blood Builder. Restores fhe »   «
appetite.      Toe  nud   $1.00  f\j
per bottle. I  w
& CO.    I
Guilder 8 WSiiteft
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   1 8
Parties Intending l
i luiilil win <lo wull to con-
1909 cTWODELS tf
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries,
Repair Shop, Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels to   Rent.
WINNIPEG  _vn. A.vn SECOND st.
INDENTS   promptly   executed   at
lowest cash prices for all kinds of
British and  Continental  goods,
Books and Stationery,
Bunts, Shoes nud Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,
China, Earthenware and Glassware,
Cvoles, Motors uml Accessories,
Drapery, .Millinery nnd Piece Goods,
Fancv Goods und Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
Imitation Jewellery und  Precious
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic aud Optical Quods,
Provisions nnd Oilmen's Stones,
ete.. ele.
Commission -.'. l-i fi   .
Trade Discounts allowed,
Special Quotations mi Demand.
Sample dues froln .£10 upwards,
Consignments of Product sold mi Ac
(Established 181 I),
•J"), Abeliiirch Lane, London, E.G.
Cable Address; "Amnuaibk, London."
A new lot of latest designs of program und menu curds just received at
Tun .Sun job olliee.
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, IDOfi.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics und finances of
oopper. It i.s a pracical honk, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of thu coppea
Its facts wil! pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man, It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
Jt lists and describes AG36 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the propel ty.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it gives him about mines,
mining aud the metal.
Tbe investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about   mining, mining investments and copper  statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
j exposed iu plain English.
Price is #D in Buckram with gilt
i top; S7.50 in full library morocco.
j Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, aud
may be returned within a week of re-
1 ceipt if not, found fully satisfactory.
For    Sale-Complete   household ^"m ?g™tCf"o? &_B8i,F
furnishings,   Apply to W. H. Itter, !l!l"er';,f0""
Wolf, Pree s
No. BlOSMIiJollll Mi-I.ii
ne Nu. HUM; petor
('finite No. HHIM, uml
Inti'ti.i, sixt.v ilu.\s from
story residence  nn J-ji!
Third   street,    between   Bridge   and hereof, '" M>l>lj '" "'" Mining   Recorder
M.„, .,.    ,      •     i     ,   ...       '    . f"i- u Certificate nf Imp <>v out* tm n.e
am street*   Apply .\. Iratinweiser, purpose of obtaining nlirown Ornnt of tin,
V-.. I.. 1......I i,I,,,,,. ..Inim.
nbove rlnim.
And further tuKp notice tlmt nation, under
section 87, must be commenced hofore the
luunnoe of _iu.li Oertlflonte of   luiprovu-
The  Sun  nnd   the Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI.OO per yenr. Dated thli lath day of August, A.D. 1909,
Shirley fractional Mineral Olalro.ettuato In
tho Urand florin Mining Division of YaloDls-
; trli-l.
Whoro Located:  In Summit (lamp, adjoin*
Ing 'Im ShlcltBbook Mineral   Claim to the
TAKK NOTICE that I, Elsie L. Clement, Free
■   Miner.' CortUlcnta No. BM991, Intend, ilxty
dnys from 'Into hereof, to apply tothoMIulug
! n.i-.rii.'t for ii Ceitlllcatoof Improvement!!, (or
iilitMiiiu fobtaining crown grants of tlm
nml furilmr take notioe Unit action, undor
i flection U7. iuuri i ommenced beforo too Inu.
unci, of h CortlUcato ol Improvomonti.
!    Dated utilruiid Forks. H.C, tills aril day ol
lAugUlt, A, II. IIIOO. , „_
El.sili L. CLEMENT.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor nud Publisher,
453 I'ostollice I Unci;,
Houghton, Mii'lii_,'un.
Downey s Cigar Store
A (,'omi'J.rtk Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
a FiL'sh Consignmont of
Received Wooitly.
Postoffice   Building
To all inv friends und patrons I
extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untrimined Hats
will be given April 12 audi:!.
A cordial invitation to ull.
oTWrs. Ida Barnum 9 ■_■_—i——^m
Soap Bargains!
Olive Oil and Cucunibcr  Soap ti for 25c
Oatmeal nnd Juice of Lettuce (I for 25c
Feet's Mechanics'Soap 3 for 25c
".Simp" Hand Cleaner 20c tin
Sponges, Rath Brushes, Nail Scrubs, all prices.
Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Phone 104
Hotel QoWn
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^BTinTl'l   f.OI IN        ' «^.T_x 1—l'U
; '■■■- -   ' •, :,? -,-~j ■  ■   i
Opposite Great Northern Station
P. 13. MelJU.NALO, Proprietor
b r,ssrii!%.~iziSF!mm«3m/ji"! ■ s
With the San Francisco Opera com-
pnny, at the Grand liorks Opera
House next Monday night.
Hoi.y Trinity Ciiuhoii, Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, .3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will lie celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a in. Week-day and special services
as they are announced from time   to
time     You are  cordially invited   to I ACID  DROPS
worship   with   us, nnd   we would bo 	
pleased ta met you, Girls with   pretty  necks   dislike
Kxox   Presbyterian   Cnnncii— j hiSh collars.
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. \     Hope i.s the mother of disappoint-
m.; Sabbath school and Bible class  at   ment.
9:45 a.m.; YounS People's Society of,     ,  •, ,.     •  ., ., .   ,
n,   . ..     V,   i -if     i      i in Agitation is the antidote lor   Btafi-
Cliiisiiau Endeavor, Monday, r.MI p.       • "°°
m.   Mid-week prayer meeting,  Wednesday at 8 p.m.   All are  cordially      It doesn't tnke a magician to turn
invited; seats free.
Methodist Chuucii, Rov. Schliph
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 9:+5 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday everting at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p:m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Chuucii, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:o0 p. m.j Bible
class and Sunday school   at 2:30 p.m.
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Winks.
For   Sale—160   acres   of   good
timothy lnnd.    Apply tbis olliee.
Now i.s the proper time to have tliem taken. Tiie only
opportunity you will have to secure thetn will  be when
The well known Vancouver Photographer, next visits
Grand Forks, which will he on
When he will remain for A SHORT TIME ONLY.
Any one desiring first-class work in his liue should not
fait cull on him at
Blome's Old Studio, Bridge Street
£ Stationery
r DelTgL Wall Paper
national uve stock exhibition
-..,.tyigfl1 .,' . ruijiii. I., th.- ..clt ut pre-
M-.-'^tl- I'*??! Pf f"V'V. '','-''■ _> _#•--.- i. & >'„ ill,,._.„,„.,. Pin; line ol
'/.'">    I I |l>Vrr    '--jr'i^    "f'-'' ! •''!fi-_,-'",> .»*£h      " I.li|"..r_, ■><•<] Clean
sHhJ-^i-'fT-is-',- i'.-*i ■■'•:. ■ '  fiT'ira &*>\
^^5J^_?JW£5"V-M*...««W-*«*^.V-' : •-'-———'■—~-^*.A
!s*rg-.:.'^. _ ; „ _-.__. _-. '-5    Grand Forks, B. C.
Reoently completed and
newly turnUhed throughout, ponventently located
Ini- railway men. i-'irst*
ulnn oooommad&tioni for
transients. II n n r d n u ,1
hythe week »t pre
;M   always in itookat tlm Ear,
night into ilny.
Lots of people look easy until you
try to do them.
You tuny guess whnt a woman is,
but that's your limit.
You never have a dun a man
who owes you a grudge.
Sooner or Inter tbe chronic kicker
gets bis foot in it,
All things come to those wbo wait,
if they wait un themselves.
A woman's tears and a mini's
grins are not always on the level.
lie isn't much of a linker who eats
ull the brend he kneads.
When a boy is a blockhead he is
always a chip of tbe old block.
And it sometimes happens that a
man is married to his boss.
It is much easier to forget a fnvor
than it is to forgive an injury.
A woman's notion of superiority
is to be able to pay for lliings by
Some of the charily that begins nt
home makes a hasty getaway.
A man witb wheels thinks bc is
the whole political machine.
In learning to play the cornet a
fellow is always hisown tooter.
Ever notice how much happier
you are when you render others
Tbe girl who doesn't fancy .vork
is npt to acquire the fancy work
Most of a woman's thoughts ate
about as big above the earth as her
You can't always judge a man's
worth by thc size of ids bnnk balance.
When misery is at hand there
isn't much pleasure in remembering
former joys.
And a woman nearly always thinks
another woman is ugly if she doesn't
sny so.
The more money a mnn bus the
mure he is abused—and the less be
It lakes n «i.-e man to write n letter lo a womnn lhat doesn't mean
When n Woman writes u letter sue
puis in nl) the useless words she can
think of.
The trouble with most people is
that ihey seem tn think ihey are ns
good ns we nie.
It is easier, cheaper nnd generally
plonsanlor to gel married   III in   il is
to get unmarried,
A boon companion is seldom
looked upon ns it boon by the family
of lhe mnn be nsBOciutes with.
A footpad held up n lawyer in
Few York the other night nnd got
away without losing a cent.
The averge man begins to sit up
and tnke notice when he bears a
noise like a silk skirt.
And the world would he just ns
well off if some stnge-struek people
were struck by automobiles,
Il sometimes happens thnt a marriage license furnishes u mnn with a
good excuse for trying to drown his
The patient seldom knows anything about the medicine the doctor
gives him—nnd neither does the
doctor, once in a while.
Rather than start a rough house,
many an otherwise truthful man
tells his wife fairy tales.
Yule  Land ^District,    Dlltrlot oi  Siinillui-
TAKB    NOTIOE    tlml    Smith    Curtis    of
Rossland. ll.C. occupation mine operator.
Intends t.. apply for permission t„ purohase
the following desorlbed lands:
ennui eiiiiittfiit a posi planted on tin. western side line of the Ni.Ii.oii_. Fort Shepherd
Railway company'. Land Urnnl und ut tin.
southeast romer of Peter show's pre-emp-
Hon   ou  Hi-.  Sheep Oreelt; thence west.a
bainsi them nth IS ohains, morn or less,
o tlm north lino of J. J. Bill's pre-emption!
thenoe eust 85ohains, more or less, to north-
t   oorner of said  Hill's   pre-emptloni!
moreor less,to thn western line of aforesaid1
Railway Lnnd Grant! tl nu north 80 chains
to point ol ui.i enaement, containing nn
•ins, more or less.
A gent for SMITH CURTIS.
Dnted ll...iiuil,ui- lltli, mus.
M. Inst, M. K.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paone B77
S)nopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Dominion  Lands within the
™   Railway Rell uf Rrltlab Col bia may tin
Itomesteaderf liy any person win. t-. tha hou<l
(if it family, or any mala ovoreighteen years
of nirt'. Id tin* extent of one-quarter Beotlotl
of 160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally nt the loeal
In ml oftJoefor tho district in whiali Die land
Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform
the conditions connected therewith  under
one of the follow in\f plans:
(I) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation ofthe land in each veal' fur tli tee
£2) If tho father (or mother, If the futher is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity of the hind entered fur,
the requirements as to residence may h.-sur-
Nlieil by such person residing with tin- father
or mother.
(it) If tiie Battler has his permanent rest-
denceu6onfnrmit.it land owned hy him in
the vieinit.v of his homestead, the requirements ns to residence may be satisfied hv
residence upon thesaid land.
Six months' notice in writ hid should he
given the Coin mis sinner of Dominion   Lands
at Ottawa of i me nt inn to apply for patent.'
Coal-Coal mining rights mav he leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an minimi rental of $1,00 peraere. Nut more than
2,B0Ouor6s shall he leased to .me Individual ,.r
company. A royulty at the rate of live rents
per ton shall he collected on the merchantable coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
NJl.-Unauthorized    publication   of    this
advertisement will not In: naid fur.
Furniture  Made  tn Order.
Also Repairing of nil Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Hum'.
AnusT nut—
London Mutual Fire Insurance <"<>.
Montreal and Canada,
And other snhBtoiiilal companies.
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
47 W. 2STH ST., NKW VinilC
Furniture Moving a Specialty,
All orders receive drompt ni-
]Jkluuuumj§>uu       r — h
Prints more live lioundar)' news than
iuiv   other  paper published   in   iln*
district.    The   |>rii 1'  Tiik  Si n is
ly 11.00 per year   one-half I lie cost
only if I.uu per year   one-nait tne cost j— .   i
ofitsc petitorn.   The Sti.v is never   jj, A«AS*_J,Ai"•■■-■   hi     ' ' ' '■'
-' ''•<■.<■■ -t1"^ ":—■' rte-i,...
public   intrrc-t.      I in:   M'.v   is   in-., ^fcBawiRssy*11*
kuowledged to be otic of tin* brightest
papers published   in   the  interior of
tlm province.    Those  who  subscribe
and  feel  dissatisfied, will   have their
money refunded by calling at theoffics COLUMBIAN     COLLEGE
nf publication.
Receive both Ladiei and Oontlonieii iv* rest-
tlent ur day students! liata complete Cuni'
im rcjni or BiiBinen Cotlrsei prenarci .in-
dentstotrain Toooherg' CertlHeatei nf nil
irrades! gives the foul yean' course for the
B. A, degree.mid tin. Inst vcur i,F tho School
milntlon uith tin. Tu
Tin-; Kvkmmi Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe ;iin\ Canada Farmer,
81.00 per yenr in advance.
Tin; KvKNi.vii Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farm-.
*,   ,,      t,    ,      , ,.     .,    ,,     , , I rontouniversityi Iiuh ii special prospeotore*
r anil   the  Montreal ramlly llerald I ,.„,,,.»,. f,„. miners who work in lit. in.inn-
mul U'..».He Sim-  Ht (MS   ner' v.-nr  in   tiou Ii also given In Art, Mnslo, Physleal Cul-
anil weeki) otor, 5U.UU   pel   jtai   in   ture „,„, ki,,,.,,,,,,,,.  term opons Sept. ll,
The .Sl'N' is   read   by   evervbdv   be
cause it prints all the Boundary news
Special   Old   Port 81   per   gallon.
Lion Bottling Works.
umi.  For Calendars, eto., addre
COLUMBIAN i nl.l.KiiK.
BlOYOLKS   AND    KkI'AIU    WnllK — A
complete line nf 1009 models, A lew
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
tn rent. Geo. OiiAi'i'i.K, Wmaipag
Avenue. We Give Away
Absolutely Free of Cost
The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain
English, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V. Pierce, M. D.,
Chief Consulting Physician to the Ir 'ulids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, a book o 1008 large pages and
over 700 illustrations, in strong pai r covers, to any one sending 31 one-cent
stamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for 50 stamps.
Over 680,000 copies of this complcl Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth
binding at regular price of $1.50. A terwards, one and a half million copies
were given away as above. A new, up-tO-datO revised edition is now ready
for mailing. Better send NOW, before all are gone. Address World's Dis»
pensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
THE ONE REMEDY for woman's peculiar nilments 'Jood enough
that its makers are not afraid to print on its outside wrapper its
every ingredient.    No Secrets—No Deception.
THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains rrn alcohol hnd
no hn bit-forming drugs.    Made from native medic:*] roots
of well established curative value.
Al. Traunweiser, of the Ytlo,   and
City Clerk  McCullum lefl  Tuesday
Ernest   Mills,  secretary-treasurer i for theSpokalie fair Tuesday,
nl headquarters of the Western  Federation   of Miners, at  Denver, Col
was a visitor in the oity tliis week.
John A. McKinnon, president of
Uosslnnd Miners' union and organizer for liiitish Columbia, is now at
the Winnipeg hotel.
E. Miller left lust Tuesday  for
business trip to the const cities.
The body nf Roderick Olson, who
was killed in lhe wreck of the Grent
Northern ore train at I'hoenix last
week, wns tnken to Minneapolis this
week for burial.
The remains of John Lobner, the
Great Northern engineer who was
killed in the ore train wreck near
I'hoenix last week, were taken to
Hillyard for burial this week.
Geo. A. MacLeod, of the McKinley Mines, Ltd., arrived in the city
from Spokane on Tuesday, and
left the following morning for Frank
lin cnmp.
Miss J. Ray was removed to the
hospital during thc early part of the
week, suffering from hip disease.
The new ambulance was brought into requisition for the first time.
Mr. and Mis. J. McDougail have
returned from their wedding tour to
the const cities.
W. S, McDonald,   of Vancouver,
who bus the cniitrnet for the con
Btruction uf the Eastern Townships
bank's new building, arrived in the
city lust Mondny.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our rentiers thnn through Thk
Sun's advertising columns.
John Doi aldson, the West end
merchant, has installed an electric
coll'ee mill.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c. Lion
Bottling Works,
When you order olliee stationery
at The Sun job olliee you can rest
assured tbat it will be printed with
modern faces of type, anil tbat the
workmanship will lie up to the standard tif metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kindB of paper and stationery is the most complete in the
Just received, a large consignment
of the latest patterns of spring and
summer suitings. Geo. Massie, the
up-to-date tailor.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by wnlking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
renders hy advertising in nny other
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundnry country. And we are the only
olliee in this section time have the
correct material fur printing it. The
Sun job olhee.
Miss Dohsnn nnd Miss McRae, of
Toronto, are visitors in this city at
the home or their relatives, Mr. nnd
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hood will
leave next Monday for the Seattle
exposition.    Thev   will   be   aecom
Mrs. A. I). Morrison. They are panied by Mr A s Hoor]( of phne.
touring lhe western country, and „^ and Mrg Hood>s ,..,,...,, Mr;
will visit ihe Seattle exposition.        j Morkil, of'Sherbrooke, Que.
Mayor Fripp has received   nn  invitation from the Spoknne chamber
Mr. and Mrs.  Joseph  Manly  returned home this week from an   ex
of commerce to present on the oeca- .    ,   ,   . .,     ,, ,
..',.,     .,       ,„ „ tended visit to the   crtnst cities  nnd
sion ot Ihe visit ot President laft  to
Spokane ns the guest of  the  executive committee of that  organization.
the Scuttle nnd Spokane  fairs.    Mr.
Manly made a   thorough  investigation  of   the   fruit  industry  in thc
various districts he visited, and   has
come fo the conclusion  that none of
them compare with the Kettle River
vntley.    In all the sections he  visited   land   is double  and   treble the
1 price it is here, and the fruit trees do
Geo. Henderson, of   the  Granby not   look as  well as tbey do in this
smelter force, left lust Monday on a neighborhood.    At    many     places
two months' vacation trip to south- south of here frosts had already dam-
em Idaho. iaged vegetation.
Mrs. Cameron, who has been visiting for some time nt the home of
Mr, nod Mrs. J. T. Lawrence, re
turned this week to her home in
Woodby, Ont.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Davis and Mr., Chas. A. Cox, of Vancouver,|arch-
and Mrs. Stanley Davis left Tuesday; itect of the Eastern Townships bank
morning for the Spokane Interstate; building here, was in the lust Mon-
fair. day.
The  following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundarv  mines
fbr 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
1907 190S    Post Week
Granby Mines, I'hoenix      613,537 1,032,519       19,790
Snowshoe, I'lioenix       135,0111 45,956         -1,170
Mother Lode, Deadwood       20,S,:i_!l 111 1,029         7,s9li
BridiJe Street,
Tlio hest mid most
-ith-iiint ial lira-proof
ilnry country. Ue-
oeiltly completed mul
n o w 1 y furnished
tlirouithout. Equipped with nil modem
electrical conveniences, Centrally locuted. I'Mrst-eliiss uc-
I'lUim.iulutiuiisfor the
ravelling publio.
Hot and Cold Bat fts
First-Glass Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
in Connection.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Kninin, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho,  I'hoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Ciirini, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eaglo 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skvlark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp..,
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylnrk	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads nml Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions mid By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Pare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
Ami everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printer,-.
the kind we do—i« in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stook and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your, order, We guarantee
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter....
1,148,237 1,479,682  32,802
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Nauh of Company.
Total Treated
1,133,017    1,420,27
l>AMF. OF COMPANY. ' ll|ilt
 i Granby Oonoolldatet) -Copper,. .$1B,000,
 Cariboo iloKlnney-aold      MM
9r_ __9<l   Providence—Silver. _?.t:!ini
■'"i1"   B.0. Copper-Copper     1.000,'
 Ill VI DEN US .
  Pulil   Totiilto   Latest     Per
Issue,]. Pur. 1806.       Dale.       Date.   Share
lHVIHKI   5UIH! S1,I',_I),IM> JH,».I»  1"-'"- I**1   W<
1280.000     SI 5HI.SI" Feb. HUM     .011
"at ikki    sr, 16,000      «8,aM Sent. i»w    .mi
•608,000     *5         801,800 Sept. 11)01     .01
1 lie Oliver 1 ypewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please rem! the headline over again. Then its
tremendous sliniilleiuiee will dawn upon you.
An Oliver Typewriter—the standard vislblo
writer—tho most highly perfected typewriter
on ihe market—yours for 17 mils tt dny!
The typewriter whose conquest o! the com-
meralal wortd ts a tnnttov of hisiorv—yours for
17 cents adayl
The typewriter that Is equipped with scores of
smell conveniences its "The Ralauoe Shift"—
"Thf Ruling Device"—"The Double Releaso"—
•' i he looomotlvo Base"—-The Automatic
Spaoer"—"The Automatic Tabulator"—''The
-"The Adjustable I'.i-
porFlnaers1,-»Tho Hei-
emiflo Condensed Koy.
board "-all '
Yours for  17
Cents a Day!
We announced this
new snu*» plan recently, Juki to feel the pulse of
the people simply a small cash payment-
then 17 cents a day.   That istheohui in'a nut-
Tllfi result lias been sueli a deluge of applications for machines Unit we are simply as*
The demand comes from people of nil classes,
all ages, all occupations.
The majority ol inquiries has ootno from people of known fliiiumial standing who were at-
fcrncled by the novelty of the propo., 'nn. au
impressive demonstration of th.' Immense popularity of the Oliver Typewriter
a startling confirmation of our belief that
the Bra of universal Typewriting is at bund.
A   Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
Tlje _*_
The Standard Visible Writer
The Ollvor Typewriter is  it   tnonov-
rlght from the word "got"  snoaavto nil
beginners soon get in tlu. "expert''' clnss
ns yon Irani     Uttho miiohllio ray 111017
11 day—and nil above tlmt Is yours
Wherovor you are, there ts work tn ho done
aad money to |»; made by min, the Ollvor. The
business world Is calling for ollvor operators
I mr.. are not enough to supply tho demand
^BS&KaS^ Ln ",ose"'
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
Thai is ii„. battle cry today. ,Vo havo made
i leOilyiTM,],,-,.,,,,. In itsefulnossaiid absolutely
;.;fc.'.i:::!;i,!..,.m""uss-Nuwo • »"-<«>»•
Inctor in tin. homo training ol young u le
An rdunilor ns well ns n minify uiil.,.r '
Our new soiling plan puts tlio Oliver on the
Ki'i;:,!''.''''.!','';'"""■"''" Araorlo»' wi" >•»«
;SXn;;ii;!!;i"-,i""»to"1' «•
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Ollvor Typewriter Building,
Always Carries in Stock
it Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kaior Honing h Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door Mouth of Granby Hotel,
First Street.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended t« Promptly, Passengers .tnd Trunks to ami
from all trains.
Telephone Alii!)
60   YEARS9
Trade Marks
Copyrights Ac.
Anrooe flooding a Bketob and description may
Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether so
iL-vcjitlfm jflprotmlilTPfttSHtRlj!*   "
Ci mini un! oa-
lOK on Patent*
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