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Sun.
Eighth Year—No. 16.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. February 19, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
THECITYCOUNCIL
Brisk Inquiry for City's Real
Estate for Building
Purposes
Oity of Nelson Urges Council to Lengthen the Daylight Day
intoodcnt of neglected children in Ontario, who has been advising the Saskatchewan government upon this important matter, has been invited to
Victoria to discuss and consider the
whole question with the government.
On Wednesday evening last Mr. Kelso addressed the Canadian club of
Vancouver upon this subject, upon
which he is one of the best known
authorities on the continent. Should
the reformatory system in this province be abolished, an industrial school,
similar to that in Ontario, will, it is
undestood, take its place.
BOUNDARY BREVITIES
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held in the
council chambers on Monday evening, Mayor Fripp and Aid. Davis,
Lequime, Sheads and Whiteside being present.
The mayor reported that the po-
lioe commissioners had decided to
dispense with the services of Policeman Dinsmore after the 28th inst.
The report was accepted and ordered
filed.
A communication was read from
the city clerk of Nelson setting forth
the advantages the cities in this district would gain by adopting mountain time, and urging the Grand
Forks city council to legislate another hour of daylight to the twenty-four for recreation purposes. The
members of the council were of the
opinion that the change would
prove confusing, unlesr tbe C.P.R.
and the cities west of here adopted
the new time. The city clerk was
instructed to inform Nelson that if
the other Boundary cities adopted
mountain time, Grand Forks would
probably fall in line.
A communication from the city
solicitor stated tbat it would be necessary for himself and five witnesses
to attend the meeting of the railway
commission in Nelson next month
in order to show the necessity of the
C.P.R. establishing a signal service
at the Riverside avenue crossing,
and asked tbe council to make an
appropriation to defray the expenses
of the delegation. On motion of
Aid. Whiteside, the city solicitor
was instructed to submit tbe evidence of the witnesses to tbe board
board by declaration.
The chairman of the board of
works reported that the secretary oi
the school board had made a request
that a sidewalk be constructed from
Rev. Mr. Steele's residence lo Winnipeg avenue for the convenience of
the pupils attending school in the
high school building. Referred to
the board of works for consideration.
The finance committee authorized
the payment of the usual number of
accounts.
The chairman of tho board of
works reported that E. Larsen had
made n request for a sidewalk from
his new hotel to First street. Referred to the hoard of works.
The clerk reported have received
inquiries from parlies desiring to
purchnsi- the cottage and two lots,
owned hy the city, opposite the
Great Northern freight sheds. The
clerk was authorized to sell if a
suitable price could be obtained.
Aid. Davis reported that responsible loon I parties who intended to
erect a 810,000 block had requested
the couiu'il to set a price on the
city's property on the corner of First
street and Winnipeg avenue. The
council quoted a figure of 81500 for
1)4 feet on Winnipeg avenue hy B4
feel on First street, provided a build
ing of thc above mentioned cost is
erected on the property.
The council then adjourned.
The new police commissioners of
Phoenix are Mayor Rumberger, O.
N. Galer and Aid. HilliefH
The police commissioners of Phoenix bave instructed the town officials
to enforce the curfew bylaw, requiring all children under 16 to be off
the streets at 9 p.m.
Dr. R. Boucher, formerly of Phoenix, revisitsd that town last week,
after spending two years in London
and Vienaa, where he was specializing in certain branches of his profession. He intends to locate in
Vancouver.
Ben Hart, the suspected Brides-
ville bandit, had his preliminary
hearing before Mag strate I. H. Hal
lett in Greenwood on Monday, and
was sent up for triai. He was taken
to the Nelson jail on Tuesday by
Constable McDonell.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Police Commissioners Hold
Their First Meeting.
Reduces Force
Italian  Railway Laborers,
Coming Under Contract,
Turned Back
FUTURE EVENTS
The Nelson fruit fair will be held
on September 22, 23 and 24 this
year.    '
The Stuttz Theatre company will
be at the opera house next Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
in reportoire.
The next hockey match in the
Boundary championship series will
be played at Greenwood this evening between Greenwood and Pboe
nix.
Sam Miller has let a contract for
a number of improvements to the
interior and exterior of the Winnipeg hotel, including the repainting
of the building in the latest metropolitan colors.
The Great Northern passenger
schedule will change on the 3rd
prox. On and alter that deate the
passenger train will leave Spokane
at 8:30 a.m. and arrive in Grand
Fork at 3:15 p.m.
A delegation of local curlers will
go up to Phoenix on Monday or
Tuesday, and endeavor to defeat the
players in thnt camp; provided, of
course, there is any ice left in tbe
Boundary at that time.
Special services during Lent in
Holy Trinity church as follows:
Ash Wednesday, Feb. 24, 11 a.m.,
3:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m.; every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, 3:30 p.m.; every Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p m. Notice
of services during holy week later.
A Valuable Vaccine
A Boston dispatch states that a vac-
cmn which will successfully battle
with the germs of pneuinonia, blood
poisoning and typhoid fever hus been
developed at the laboratory of Tuff's
medical school. After two years of
work and experimenting along the
lines of the discovery of Sir E. Wright
of London, Dr. Timothy  Leary, head
The first meeting of the new police and licensing commissioners
waa held in the city hall last Satur-
urday, Mayor Fripp and Commissioners Wm, Dinsmore and Jeff
Davis being present.
The commissioners decided to reduce the police force to one man
after the 28th inst., and notified W.
H. Dinsmore that his services as
night watchman would be dispensed
with after that date. A resolution
was also adopted granting a permit
to Frank Hartinger, provided he
furnishes the board with sufficient
assurances thnt he intended to rebuild the Grand Forks hotel. The
commissioners also instructed the
chief to strictly enforce the provisions of the Licensing Act in regard
to card playing and otber games in
hotels.
It >lians Turned Back
Immigration Inspector McCallum
on Monday last refused to allow 22
Italians to proceed to Keremeos,
to which place they were going to
work on railway construction under
contract, in violation of the Alien
Labor Act. They were put off at
Marcus, where the hotel accommodations are better than at   Laurier.
New Business
J. F. Royer, formerly engaged in
tbe livery business in this city, but
who during the past two or three
years has been operating stage lines
west of here in connection with the
Great Northern railway, returned to
Grand Forks this week. He has
rented the Model barn, and will reengage in his old business. He left
for Spokane on Tuesday to purchase
his stock of vehicles, etc., and expects lo be ready for business by
the first of next month.
Change of Firm
Mr. A. It. Mann reports having
this week purchased his partner's
interest in the drug firm known
as Rutheiford & Mann, The
new linn will be known as the Mann
Drug company. The new proprietor
will be joined in the spring by a
brother from the east, who is a practical druggist. Mr. Mann states
that since tbe firm opened in this
oity they have done a successful
business, which will undoubted increase with el," growth of the town,
ns Mr. Mann's personal poDulnrity
has been growing steadily ever since
bis arrival here.
Juvenile Courts
The adoption of the Juvenile Delinquents 'Act throughout British Columbia at an early date seems promising. As a result of an interview
which F. C. Wade, K.C., had with
the premier, during which Mr. Wade
fully discussed the subject with the
first   minister,   J.   J. Kelso,   super-
A Worthy Attraction
It is understood that Ml« Lena
Duthic, tho celebrated Scotch vocalist and entertainer, may appear
here. This eminent artist bas had
the sincerest praise of press and
public showered upon her everywhere. She is said to be the greatest
.living   exponent  of the immortal
pathologist at TulTs,   has   announced'        	
that an anti toxin for these three dis-i80nR| 0f Scotland and Ireland, and
eases has been perfected, and that the a8 an entertainer occupies a position
laboratory is now prepared to supply j jn the very front rank. One of our
physicians with the serum. , |ocai organizations is negotiating for
 J this famous artist's entertainment
Standing of Hockey Clubs i »ere. We wish ihem success.
The   standing   of   the   Boundary!       _, ,    ™      ,      C f   O
league of hockey clubs at present is as I       rUOeniX W On Dy 0 tO 0
follows: Phoenix defeated Grand Forks by
Played. Won. lost 6 goals to 3 in the Boundary league
Phoenix  fi 0       1    hockey match at thc local rink  last
Grand Forks  7 4       3    Friday night.   The game was one
Greenwood  6        1       5    of   the  best ever witnessed in this
oity. The teams are very evenly!
matched, and if Greenwood should
win toiiight, it is a toss-up whether
the Phoenix or the Grand Forks
club will prove the champions of the
Boundary.
May Build to Spokane
The report is again being circulated
in Republic that the Spokane ct British Columbia railway intends to extend its line from Republic to Spokane during the coming summer.
Stuttz Theatre Oompany
If you are of a doubting disposition or subject to fits of depression,
or if you feel aB if you are missing
something yon ought to see. don't
fail to witness the great play, "Was
She to Blame, or A Mother's Devo-
tion.J' at tbe opera house next Monday evening, February 22. You
may be able there to pick up a few
crumbs of comfort even from the
other side of the footlights. You
can see the realities of nature tliere
portrayed by real artists, ladies and
gentlemen who have made a study
of a profession to which they have
devoted their lives.
J. G. Stuttz is the only living actor favored by the French g ivern-
nient with the coveted Legion of
Honor of France. This wns con-
fejred on him in recognition of his
ability as an actor, or, as he is more
appropriately called, a representor.
'•Was She to Blame?" has been
witnessed by more than half a million people during the last three
years, and voted hy them the queen
of dramatic productions. Its simplicity and purity gives a picture of
every-day life, holding the audience
in rapture and admiration. It is
not a fulsome or spectacular show,
hut a tone picture taken from the
beauties of nature. If your heart
hns a tender spot, this plav will
reach it. If there is any go id in
your soul, this piny will expand it.
If there is any humor in your makeup, you will laugh till you cry. A
story of New England life and society in England. As a literary
gem no sweeter story was ever| told.
Two thousand dollars worth of
gowns will be actually worn on
Monday night, including a genuine
French Directoire, the first in this
country.
On ihe second and third nights
two strictly first-class comedy-
dramas will be presented, and no
play put on the Btage by this company can possibly offend the most
exacting and modest. Seats are now
on sale at Itter's. and every person
who intends to witness this great
pastoral and emotional comedy-
drama should secure their seats
early.
Publicity forWestern Canada
An important departure that is
bound materially to affect immigration into Canada, nnd very greatly
to encourage tbe investment of British capital in the Dominion, bus
just heen organized in Great Britain,
according to ,1. S. Dennis, assistant
to Mr. Whyte, second vice-president
of the Canadian Pacilic railway
Mr, Dennis, whose headquarters are
in Calgary, is now in .Montreal on
his way back from England. He
stated in that city his trip to the old
country wns made with the special
object of looking into conditions regarding Immigration to western
Canada. He found that both in
Great Britain and on the continent
today this matter is attracting a great
deal of attention, and that the long
campaign of publicity that has been
carried on by the Dominion government and the Canadian Pacific railway, combined with the profits of
good crops in western Canada last
year, was benring fruit, and that
the prospects of a large movement
of settlers of a good class this year
were very bright. Realizing this,
Mr. Dennis pointed out that the Canadian railway had decided to extend their organization in Great
Britain and on the continent by establishing in London a general
agency through which all information relating to western Canada will
be bandied.
4500 IONS DAILY
Mr. Hodges Says That Will
Be the Capacity of the
Granby in July
Describes Newlmprovements
to a Vancouver Newspaper
Mr. A. B. W. Hodges, manager
of the Granby Consolidated, in an
interview witb a Vancouver Province reporter, gives the following details of tbe increased smelting capacity now being made at the reduction works in this city:
"Early in July our smelting capacity at the reduction works nt
Grand Forks will he increased to
4500 tons daily. It is now a thousand tons below this figure," said
Mr. A. B. W. Hodges, manager of
Granby Mining, Smelting ct Power
company, wbo is at the Hotel Vancouver, on his way to Victoria.
Mr. Hodges is one of the foremost
metallurgists on the continent. He
has been connection with the company almost since its inception, and
in recent years has taken over the
direction of the company's mines at
Phoenix in addition to supervising
the smelting operations at Grand
Forks. He designed the smelting
plant. The Granby company has
established a unique record as a
moneymaker, its dividends paid to
date exceeding three and a half
million dollars, or over 20 per cent
of tbe capital stock.
"Our furnaces are now being enlarged from 18 to 22 feel in length,
with an additional depth of four feet.
One of them is already completed,
and the remodelling of the other is
in pregtess. Various other improvements have recently been carried
out. These include the enlargement
of the converter plant, whose capacity for producing bliBier copper hns
been increased to thirty-million
pounds per annUTi. A new steel and
brick engine-room contains enlarged
blowers driven by a 500-borsepowcr
Westinghouse motor.
"The mining outlook in the Boundary looks bright, now that copper
is selling at a fairly good price. Our
values are in copper and gold, tho
metals being separated by the electrolytic process at a New York refinery. Our payroll includes 550
men at the Phoenix mines and 350
at the smeller."
Mr. Hodges has just returned from
a visit of inspection to smelter plants
in Arizona and Mexico to see what
his rivals arc doing. He was especially interested in the plant of the
Calumet ifc Arizona and the Copper
Queen of llisbee, at Douglas, Ariz.,
and the plant of the (ireeiic-t'annnea
Copper eompany at C'aiiaiica, Mexico, lie said he bad seen sonic new
and excellent mechanical contrivances in BUOCessful operation.
A Merging Scheme
There are ilenls within deals being
negotiated fur properties on First
Thought hill, says thc Orient Journal,
Kfl'orts by those who are on the inside
of a big consolidation scheme are being Diode to create slumps ir. mining
stocks in order to gobble it up cheap,
and subsidiary mining syndicates ure
being formed. It is rumored that all
these maneuvers are principally the
agencies of a strong English syndicate
who aro to acquire thc Northport.
smelter, the First Thought mine, and
mergu other properties in the Orient
camp. »To give color to this rumor
word comes from Washington, D.O.,
to the effect that a company has been
formed there with a capitalization of
810,000,000 to consolidate all the
mines in the Orient camp under ouo
management, and to operate its own
smelters, mills, etc. Gttp Binttng £htn
Published at Grand Porka. Britlah Columbia.
G. A. Evans Editor aced Publisher
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of Messrs. B. A J. Hardy ci Co., HO, Si and 32,
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Phonb B74 Qkand Fohks, B.C.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909
It is our opinion that not enough
interest is taken by the citizens and
ranchers in thc project to hold an
agricultural exhibition in this city
next fall. Thc expanse, if a start is
made in a modest way, need not
necessarily be very heavy; and a
small beginning is surely . preferable
to no fair at all. As regards the
material for such a show, there is
no other district in the province that
ean make a better display. In this
connection it might be of interest to
note that Keremeos has decided to
hold a fair this fall. If that town
is able lo finance such an enterprise,
a similar undertaking here should
not scare our citizens.
Envious neighbors frequently refer to the bonded indebtedness of the
city of Grand Forks as something
appalling. As a matter of fact,
there is no city in urovince of British Columbia thnt is in better financial condition than Grand Forks.
While it is true that the bonded indebtedness is pretty high, the city
possesses valuable assets. The water
and light plants alone could be disponed of at any time for more than
she owes. And the sale of the real
estate owned by the corporation in
all parts of the city would give her
nice little hank account. These are
points that nre usually overlooked
when the financial standing of Grand
Forks is being discussed.
The budget for the year was
brought in at the session of the loca,
legislature on Wednesday. Accord
ing to the estimates for the fisca'
year ending March, 1910, the re
ceipts of the province will be $5,948,'
C20 66, while the expenditure proposed will approach  $5,615,698.11-
An extra of the Canada" Gazette
has beeu issued containing notice
that the governor-general in council
hns disallowed the Natal Act passed
by the British Columbia legislature
on February 1, 1908.
NEWS OF THE CITY
In the most hotly contested hockey game of Ihe season at the local
rink, the Masons defeated the electrical workers on Thursday evening
by u score of 7 gonls to 3.
A young daughter of Mr. May,
principal of the public school, is
quite seriously ill, necessitating her
removal to the Cottage hospital during the early part of the week.
The supreme court of Canada hns
rendered a decision in favor of
Vaughan in the appeal case of
Vaughiin et ill, vs. Covert et al. re
water rights on Fourth of July
creek.
Tue mnsquernde carnival given at
the rink by the Knighls of Pythias
nud Oddfellows brought in umss receipts  nnmuntinii  in 8.00    Alter
del>n\ ing the e Xpclist-S    eel   ll n-
teitniiuiii III, lhe societies  have sent
a cheque for $200 to tbe Tranquille
sanatori m.
James J. Warren, of Toronto,
president of the Kettle Valley line,
was in the city on Wednesday. Mr.
Warren said he was not prepared to
say when construction on the North
Fork extension of the road will be
resumed, but it is not likely to be
during the early part of next summer.
H. E. Woodland returned home
the latter part of last week from the
coast cities, where he made arrangements for the shipment, early in the
spring, of a new and up-to-date
soda water fountain irrigating plant,
which will be operated in connection with his drug business during
the thirsty season.
The provincial constable in this
city has received a letter from a
gentleman in Winnipeg, requesting
his assistance to find a brother of
his, whom he lost trace of on the
prairies ten years ago. The long-
lost brother whom the Winnipeg
man is anxious to find turns out to
be the Grand Forks constable himself. The conBtable thinks he thinks
it will be an ecsy task to unravel
this mystery.
The Edmonton hockey team won
two games from Nelson this week,
thus proving them to be the undoubted champions of western
Canada.
GRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
LEW JOHNSON, Manager
New Play Each Night
PERSONAL
Charlie Eraser is in Victoria on a
short vacation trip.
W. H. Itter returned home on
Saturday from a short business trip
to Spokane.
David Whiteside returned home
on Saturday from a brief profession-
tal trip to Nelson.
Dr. C. M. Kingston returned
home on Saturday from a week's
business trip to Victoria and Vancouver.
Wm. Waterston, of Vancouver,
formerly corporation electrician of
this city, has heen spending the
present week in Grnnd Forks, attending to business affairs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Draney, who
have been visiting during the past
week at the home of John McKie,
will start tomorrow for their home
in Mamu, B.C., where Mr. Draney
is engaged in the lumber business.
Mamu is the half-way house between
Vancouver and Prince Rupert.
Metal Quotations
New York, Feb. 18.—Silver, 50J;
electrolytic copper, 14j|(nl4i.
London-, Feb. 18.—Silver, 23 5-16;
lead, £13.
Special   Old   Port 81   per  gallon.
Lion Bottling Works.
Cut His Throat
Last Friday night Mai R.Chapek,
an Austrian, wns found dead in bis
cabin, near Boundary Falls, by A
Nelson. The authorities were at
once notified, nnd an inquest wns
held on Monday, Dr. W. E. Sgan-
kie, who held the post inorten, in
evidence slated the nature of the
wounds causing the death of Cha-
ijigh
iver
il a
icicle
ears
lis
•jun. His throat wns cut thro
to the spinal column, two kn
being used, a small one nni
butcher knife. A verdict of sui
was returned, ('Impel; was 36 v
of age. He hns been living
pre emption near
since Inst fall.
Three NifiKts,Commencing^<^
Monday, Ferruary^J^
Tub Celehkated
Stuttz's
Big  Theatre  Go.
In a Solect llepoitoiro of Comedy
Dramas, opening with the positive creation and piny  from life,
Was She to Blame?
or, A Mother's Dorotion
TICKtTS, 25c, 50c AND 75c
Plan at Itter's.
Doors open at 7:30.   Commence  8:30
Secure your seatserrly.
OHUROH SERVICES
Holy Trinity Chuiich,Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong unci
sermon, 7:30 p.in.; Sunday school, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Week-day and special servicos
as they are announced from time to
time You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you,
Knox   Presbyterian   Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sabbath school and Bihle class at
9:45 a.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
ni. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. All are cordially
invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, Rev. Schlich
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30.
Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Church, Hev. F. W. Auvache, pastor,—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
P. BURNS '<& CO.
LIMITED.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
FRESH AND
CURED MEATS
Fish and Game in Season
FIRST ST.,  GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Royal   English   Goods
Be sure and examine our stock of Royal
English Goods, consisting of Soaps, Toilet
Waters, Face Creams,  Talcum  Powder,
Tooth  Paste,   Massage  Cream, Shaving
Soap and Cream, after shaving, Shampoos
and Face Powder.    Quality Guaranteed.
WOODLAND C& CO
phone 13      Prescription Specialists
Boliiiilay    Kails i
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   Beer,
ji c.    Lion Buttling Winks,
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for ?l per year,
E. COOPER
t^gent for
STEWART IRON  WORKS CO.
cTVlanufrcteirers ,/
WROUGHT IRON FENCES
60 different de_ gis, riing-
iug in price fruin 40o lo
$1 50per foci'., set in place
around lot. and Inoludl eg
one coas ot paint, Fancy
Gates and Circle Corners
tx.ru.
Lawn Furniture, Chain Set-
tees, Lawn Fountains. Bank
Fixtm- is, Hitehihg Posts, eto
Call on mc for prices.
Bridge- Siren, Grind Forlce, B. G.
f)
In Five Minutes
Take your sour stomach—or maybe
you call it indigestion, dyspepsia, gas
tritis or catarrh of stomach; it doesn't
matter—take your etomueh trouble
right with you to your pharmacist
and ask him to open a 50-cent case of
Pape's Diapepsin and let you eat one
22 grain Tria|igulc ami see if within
five minutes there is left any trace of
your stomach misery.
The correct name for your trouble
is food fermentation—food souring;
the digestive organs become weak,
there is loss of gastric juice; your food
is only half digested, and you become
affected with loss of appetite, pressure
and fullness after eating, vomiting,
nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels,
enderness in the pit of stomach, bad
taste ill mouth, constipation, pain in
limbs, sleeplessness belching of gas,
biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness and many other similar
symptoms,
If your appetite is li'.'kie, add nothing tempts you, or you belch gas or if
you feel bloated after eating, or your
fecod lies like a lump of lead on your
stomach, you can make up your mind
that at lhe bottom of all this there is
but one cause—fermentation of undigested fond.
Prove to  yourself, aftor 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
I fear of discomfort or misery.
Almost instant relief is waiting for
I vou. It is merely a matter of how
soon you take a little Diapepsin.
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weeklv Globe and Canada Farmer for 81 per year in ad-
j vance. The illustrated supplement
' that accompanies the Gloh° jb worth
, twice the money we ask for the two
papers.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
Thk Sun job office.
CERTIFICATE   OF    IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Montana Mineral Claim, situate; In the
Orimil FeirlcH Mieeieie.- Iilvislcm of Yale District.
Where located:   In  Gloucester camp, aim
eeeljeeieiieicr the    Titrer,   Opher and  Pieeto
Mieeeral Claims.
TAKK NOTICK that I, B.A. Henderson, notice,; as nueeet  for Seymour    Birch,  free
Miner's CcillHcuto No. B10T80, leeteiid, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to the
.Milliliter Keceerder for a  Certificate uf Im-
p e.v«*eci»eec» ice rite purpose cef obtaining a
Crown Grunt of tiie ahove claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section  37,   must  bo cemeneeeeeed before the
issuance  of  such  Cortitlcuto  of   Improvements.
Dated this 18th dny of Ainrust, A.D. 1808.
R. A. HENDERSON.
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder 8 Architect
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh (.'oiiBiRiimont of
Confectionery
lleveivcel Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
THE
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Ltc, at Reasonable
Rates. a,
Price Lists of B ii tire,Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties ititendlng to build wi.l do well to consult me
certificate of improvements
NOTICE
Kxrclslnr, Orcenweiciel ami Kxchanae Mineral
claims, situate' lu the- liriuiel Forks MlnlliK Division of Vale lllstrlct.
Whoro Iseeiite'd: I'ass Creek Camp unci Heist
of Original Mineral ''helm.
TAKK  NOTIOE lhat I.  li. A.  Ilcnelcrseeli. ecs
aaonl InrHevmoijr Birch, Free Miners' Cct-
tllle'eeli' Nee. HIIITiill. eeinl I*. W, Mc'l-CUnr, Flflfl
Miners' Certlllrale Nn. Ill'ictx, Intend, sixty
dais fluid dale he'reiit. tee n|,|ely tee lie- Minim.'
Iteivrilcr feeree Oeitlflcateol InipriiveiiiclitM. for
lhe pnrieii.c cef eelitaliiliiK crown aricnts of the
above claims.
Aeiel further take notice that action, tiinlcr
■eotton it", must be commenced bofore the Issuance ot li CertlllCHieof liiilimvcinetits.
Dieted eel tinned Korks, B.C., this Mil| day of
Cetober, A, 1). im
R. A. HENDERSON,
BICYCLES
AND MOTOCYCLES
High grade Bicycles. A complete line of accessories. Come
in and see the 1908 models.
Wheel repairing.
GEO.GHAPPLE
WINNIPEG AVENUE, NEXT E. T. BANK
R A. HENDERSON, CE. 8 M.E.
B. C. Land Surveyor
?i,_,Be°» '"       GtaoA Fork B. C.
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It lists and describes 4636 copper
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We have a large supply of all kinds
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Dominion Copper.. .      ,G_A       .50
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LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
SlmllUnmneu Und District, District of Yule
TAKK NOTICK  Hint    I,   ,r(>ssli.   Kwarl,   of
1 Medicine Nut, Albertn, occupation Gentle-
woman, intciiiis to niM'iv fnr permission to
purohan the following described lands
CumiiH'iicinjr ut ii |inst iilitutril about eight
milt's iii a north-east direction from the
northeast oprnor of Charles Sandner's pre-
ti.Ki. anil mljiiiniiic I) M. Sttrtotl'8 location
uu tin1 north; thenoe north .so chnins; thenoe
mist hi i ciiuins: thence sou tli HO cIiiiIiin; thenee
wcHt mi ciiuins tn the point of commencement, ountuiriliin liln aores, more or less.
JKSSIb KWAKT.
Donald MoGllllvrny, Agent
Dated _lid .linmui.v, HHiii.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Slmllkarocen Land District. DUtrlot of Yale
.   f
. _ .inmtiiMi Sheriff
IntiM'iU :<i;i|)|'lv for  per mint* ion  to   purchase
the following described lunds.
Commencing nt a post plnnted ubout fire
mill's iu it north-ea.it direction from the
northeast oorner of Gnnrles Saudnur's preemption, and adjoining W. W, follows' location uu the north; thence norih mi chuins;
thenee east so chuins; thenoe south so ciiuins;
thence west SO chuins to the pidtit of coin-
lueucement, couLaiiilntr 04(1 acres, more or
less.
ALEXANDER THOMPSON.
Dounld McGillivray, Agnnt
Da tod find January, won,
TAKK notioe that I, Alexander Thompson, o
■    Port Arthur, Ontario, occupation Sheriff
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Und District, District t
TAKE notice lhal t, Frank FfoUtott,
coiiver, K. c . oooupntion Rnllwa
TJTe Quality
Of every Drug, Chemical or Medicine in our store is guaranteed. Our facilities, our equipment, our experience, and n
'complete line of drugs nnd cheniicuK eB|(ecially invite your
prescription trade here.
We cTWANN DRUG COMPANY
Prescription Druggists
0'yosJte Great S<rth:;n Station
I'.n   Mer>'(>.\A_n)Proprlata
Phone 35
A. R. MANN, Manager
Hotel Colin
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J *'   *-,.p- !„r'n_!±______*
iifaZi »f ir )r ■;.;',:>..'■>J "::'■" '<%:_«*&
(.'.t.v.i'    _.  . iK*      .  .->   it,      !,*•    V   .,    ". ,r  VV   *'** f t.ei-**- *•'
\e$^ru-&..*.:l: :■.     ,\. . ,   ;i!^'^TwVv
iutnpleted nud
<hed through-
liently  located
men.    Hirst*
miidatlnus  for
Hon im'   uml
e w«»ek ut pre*
Kin*- line of
rsnnd Clears
iulf n< the hur.
Gran I Forks, u. c.
LAND ACT
FOHM OF NOTICE
Siinllhnmeetl batld DUtrttlt, District of Ynle
TAKK liotlce that I, William Wilson follows,
■ of Vnncover. 13, O, oi n'i»n Bookkeeper. Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following desorlbed lauds:
Coniinciicintr at a post plnnted ilhoul four
miles in a north-east direotlon ftont the
northeast corner of i'Ihi lcs Sandner's preemption, and adjoining K. Pfulliotis locati' n
mi Ilie north; thenee north  80chains! thenot'
east 80 ohains; thence sontii 8»ohetns| thence
west Wl chuins tn 'li* point of commencement,
mulaiuinff (HO ncres, more or less.
WILLIAM WILSON FOLLOWS.
Donald MetJillivruy. Affeilt.
Dattdlhid January, 10U9.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Lund District, District of Ynle
TAKIi notice that I, Catherine Margaret
Cameron, of Cascade, ■•. 0., occupation
Spinster, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plained iihont two
miles northeast from the northeast corner of
Charles Sandner's pre-emption; thence south
81)chuins; thence east 80chainstthenoe nortli
80 chains: thenoe wu-t 80 oh ulna to die point
of commenceuient,contaiulug640 aure", more
or less.
GATHERING MAUfjA RET CAMERON.
Douuld McGillivray, Agent.
Duted 2nd January, lli(h.
inieuds to apply for permission to purchase
following dcsuribGd lauds:
Commencing at n posi idauted about three
miles ii] ii north-east direotlon irom tin- northeast corner o( Charles Sandner's pre-emption,
nml adjoining M, Btlrton'a and T. ii. Wa IN
locutions out lie nurih; thence north 81) chains)
thenoe east go clmlm-i thenoe .south 80 chains:
thence west 80 ohains to the point of commencement, containing RjOaorcs, more or less
PIIANK PFOLLIDTT.
Donald MoQllllvray, Agent.
Dated 2nd January, IBM.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land DUtrlot, District of Yale
TAKE notioe that I, Loo Thompson, of I'ort
■ Arthur, Ont,, occupation Parmer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described lunds:
Commencing ut u post planted almiM
seven miles in ii nortli-eust direotlon from
the iiortheust corner of Oharles Sandner's
pre-emption', and ndlotnlng a. Thompson's
locatluu on the north; thenee 3011th 80 chains;
thence east 80 chnins; tbence north mi chains:
theuce west80ohniinto tile point of oom-
i. menoementi containing tilli acres, more or
less.
LEO THOMPSON.
Donald MoOllllvray, Airettt.
Dated 2iuUtin unr.v, nwii.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Land DlBtrlot.Distrlet of Yah
ra-KK NOTICB that I, David Murray Stir
■ ton. of Vnnoouver, H. 0 . occupation itus
tomOllioer, intends t« apply for permlssioi
to purohase the following desorlbed lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about sevet
miles in n nortti-iiist direction roiil Tin
northeast corner "f 0buries Saudnor's pre
omptton, aud adjoinInR LeoTh psou'slora
tion on the north: thenoe north 80 ohaiuss
thenoe eust 80 ohains: thenee sooth 80 ohains
tlieuce-west 80 chains to point otyommeuoe
ment, containing lit1' ucres, more or loss.
DAVID MURRAY STlltrON.
Doimld MoOllllvray, Auont.
Duted 2nd Jnnuury, IIWH.
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Similkameen Lund District, District of Yale
TA KE notice that I. Thomas QeorgO Wall, of
Vancouver, B. D, oooupntion Hardware
Siilesmaoi intends to ap ly tor permission to
purchase the following desorlbed lauds:
i omraeiieiu ■ a' a post planted about four
miles in an easier! v direction from ihe northeast corner of Charles Sandner's presentp*
limi, and adjoining J. Morris' local on o i tli'
north; thenoe north80 oltainai thenee weat 81
chains) thenee south 80 chains: thence east 8i
ohtllufl to tho point of commencement, eon
taiulngottacres, tnoroor less,
THOMAS OEORGE WALL.
Donald Mcr,illiwn\, Ak'-nt.
Duted 2nd January, nwii.
LAND
ACT
FORM OF
NOTICE
Siiiilllc
nnee
'ti Snncl District, Dial
lot
c.J Ynle,
rAKB
1    eeeee)'
eelic
<■ thai 1. Ue
J Stlrtan,
nf
Sceetli-
oee,
Inlecl-iei, oo
'Ill'llli'HI  s
cln
Itor, io
'pe.elst ,
	
1' fene Ill
-lull ll, III
ml
ns'' the.
foil.." i,
",l,.
lorlbcd leen
lei:
C,.linn
'ie- i
Ig   HI   icjlie,
1   le'eieetc'il
tev
,  ml Ios
ei.ii'lli.'ii
i   fr
eeeei   tho
eeerllii'iist
CO
rnor cef
(IleeirlcB
-mi.
eici'*- pl'e-0
option,   el
III
ee.lj'lei-
Ont.,oeo .
ply for permlsslo
i described lands:
Oommenolng i
' in uu easterly, dii
corner of Char!
IngCI.M.Oiimerbu's  loontlon  on  the  north;   and  adjoining*'
thence north 80 ohaltlBi thenoe 60Bt80 ohoinsj : 'he ca"t| thenees<
theuce south 80 chnins: tlieuce west 80 attains  80 ohains (theuco
to the point of commencement, containing till). 80 chuins to t_he
itcrts. more or loss. containin
MAY STIIiTOX
Douuld Md'lllivrav, Agent,
Duted 2nd January, hiO'.i.
LAND  ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Blmllkamecn Land Di«trict, District of Ynle
TAKE notice that I, James Morris, of Guelph
PERSIAN PHILOSOPHY
[PROW THK OULI8TAN OF SATjI. ]
A itnin of sensi* lilah.s not whatever
he may come to know.
Impart not thy tfiievunues to rivals,
for they ftl'e gliul at li-jart.
How can that wivtch live undefiletl
win) hns fuller! into a quagmire up to
the neoh.
Were a weak man to get the ability,
he would rise and domineer over his
weak brethren.
Either contentment or the dust of
the grave "'ill till the stingy eye of tlic
worldly-minded.
When 'thy gold attracts not thp
clmniier's eve; du-st ur oold is of equu.1
value with thee.
Whoever can eat the bread of his
own industry will not lay hitnseif under obligation to anv one.
When the life plundering foe comes
up behind, fate arrests the speed of
the swift-going warrior.
Weie God to spread abroad his
stores of subsistence to servants, thev
would rebel all over the earth.
Though a man of noble birth be
reduced to poverty, do not imagine
that hi. dignity ean be lowered.
Put eovetousness aside and be independent as a prince; the neck of contentment can raise its head erect.
To a wretched mendicant, parched
up in the desert, a boiled turnip would
relish better than an ingot of virgin
■silver.
To him whom thou canst not convince by revelation or tradition, the
best answer is that thou shalt not answer him.
Wo long as thou art silent and quiet,
nobody will meddle with thy business;
but once thou divulgest it, be ready
-vith thy proofs.
Wert thou to eat culocynth fr.m
the hand of the kind-hearted, it would
relish heller than a sweetmeat from
that uf the crabbed. '
USD ACT
FORM OF NOTICF,.
l.eeieel;iii..ei.;,.t.     Dlnte'leit eel
TAKK
Kc«>
leet I
the. foi
Cumtieeticl
aru -iclc. l
Kollivej} c
seelltlicces'
NliTIPB   tli
led, i .t'.. ..evi
elv
Inn tie
els:
i e,,
I'lete-I	
llll
I 111 II imsl  , ij, ,.1... I
1 Hi"- NcK.eee &  cTeill   Hliejileot'll
eeei.v'-   l.eeei.l   (ctrnttl eeeeil  let   tlece
iicc'eif I'eior SI.nee', pre on n
!"".   on   iuu  SI ,, freolci il,,.,,,,, „,.., 7ii
Iuu|.„: r». cscelltle lreelieeiii,.  „„„.,,  ,„. |,.ss.
ne,rile line of J,.T. GUI'* pre-emption l
e'cc.e Hfi otiiiiee^. llleerp or Ic-k. te, north-
lortiei'   of  Milel   Silt's    le.-c..e.|ii|,lioli::
seeeeiie lit elmliivi thence east 85chuliti,
morn or loscc, to the. crelteru line ol eifieroeicl
ttieilceey l.eieiel Irriciet: tleC'iepe eeoilh :itl plealles
te, leueiit cef ....nimeii.'Ptiielit, eoutalllllm 160
iei'le-s, eiioe'p or less.
JAMliS ROBINSON CRANSTON,
„ . ,,.     . *ae<"'"' s«ith ourtis,
Ilntpil Deoetnher Uth, 10IIS,
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ReiJu ..ti'.ns
tlie-llpe
PCliet
thencE
ft
.st   pliti
the folio
ted f
OIL'
DouuM MoGlllivrn
Dated 2utl Jauuarj
ii mil
irtbenst
M. Cnnieron'c innitlou oi
iilthUO eliuiiis; tlieiien west
lorth mi ohniiis: theneeentit
point of oomtnonoement,
•re«. more or less
.1 \MI-.S >\iORKI3
1809.
out,
w
'•******nh$,
Bt__^t_______
&2.50
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4       sun     feiri'fS
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iflLOO   .
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CHARLES G. WHEELER
M. Ieect. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paone B77
ANV nvftllnble Dominion
n   liuilwu.v Heh of Hi tls
• Coltnnhfa maybe
hotneatended \>y nny i t*rt*
ll who is the  head
of u family, or nnj mn e o
uf Otfe,  to the extent   oi o
• er eighteen  .veurs
of lflOnores, more or \f.~
Eutrs must l,e mudeoor
onallyat the local
land offloe for the dUtrlot
in which the lund
id HitnuTe.
The home«teador i*. re
tlm conditions ootinpjted
therewith    Under
one of the follow ln^ oluii
(I) At leant sis mmithV
csldeuce upon nnd
onltlvntioii of tiie lumt in
moli year for three
yenrs.
CD If the Oil her (or mo!
ior, if the father in
tleoenued), uf the humekte
furm in Ilie vicinity «.f tie
html entered for,
ltfied bystteh person resii
Ing with tho father
or mothi
(») If the settler hus his permanent residence upon farming Inml owned hv him In
the  vicinity  of his hontfKteiul, thn require*
Oieiitsils   to  le-iileuee n-UV   he   satisfied    by
residence upon tin' said land.
Six months* notioe in writing should be
given tho Commissi rof Dominion   Lands
ut Ottawa of Intention to apph for patent,
Ooal Coal mining rights mm be leased
for u period of twenty-one yeurs at an an*
nn ui rental of $1,011 perncre. Not more than
2,fi6lmores shull be leased to one individual or
loiiipuny. A royalty at tho rate of live rents
per tun shall be collected on the merchant*
able eoal mined.
W, W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister nf the Interinr.
N.H. -L'lUiiithori/ed    publication   of    thli
advertisement \\ ill not be nnid for.
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BioYOLBS and Repair Work—A
complete line ot 1908 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap, Wheels
to rent. Gko. ChaPPLI, Winnipeg
Avenue. Silence!
The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often ■
greet hindr—toe to the cure of womanly diseases. Women
shrink from the personal questions of the local physician
which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is abhorrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition
of disease which sorely progresses from bad to worse.
/( has heen Dr. Pierce's prlvlleie to euro a
treat many women wiio hare found a retuio
tor modesty In his oiler ol FREE consultation by letter.   Ull correspondence Is held
as sacredly confidential,  address Dr. _. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, AT. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores  and  regulates
the womanly funotions, abolishes  pain  and  builds up and
puts the finishing touch of  health  on  every weak woman
who gives it a fair trial.
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Siek Women Well.
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute
fpr this non-alcoholic medicine or known composition.
New Copper Process
Edward Fink, formerly a chemist
and assayer of Seattle, lias, according
to the Milliner aucl Scientific Press, invented a process for cheapening the
production of copper antl cjompletiiig it
in a single process. The invention, if
as successful as the first reports appear, will revolutionize the industry,
for, according to these reports, blister
"At tbe trial run, in loss than one
hour after tho ore bail been fed, the
molten matte was allowed to run into
tbo pots. One bar was run out into a
tlat mold, and tbo sample; weighing
possibly 150 pounds, was taken to Salt
Lake City.
"The process consists in reducing
copper concentrates directly in a revolving barrel-shaped 'converter,' so
lied.    Gas and   preheated   air   are
result in a profit of over £2,000,000,
even if tbe ores are smelted in other
furnaces than Mr. Heinze's. This
seems to prove that the genius which
set all Montana by the ears is not
quite extinguished. It was merely
outclassed in the recent unpleasantness on Wall street.
New Republic Directors
At a meeting of the New Republic
company, held in the company's office
at ltepublic last Thursday evening,
the following directors were elected:
he. W. Anderson,Seattle; M.J. Burns,
0. B. Mollis, 11. J. Howard, Spokane;
G. M. Fripp, Grand Forks; Dr. S. H.
Manly, M. V. Harper, J. L. Harper,
Republic.
For Sale—One heavy horse, wagons, harness, liny baler, harrows,
plows, and cooking outfit, Inquire
of Mrs. George Taylor.
copper was produced in a quarter of blown in at one end, and the direction
the time and witb oue-seventh less | of the fllulie mfty 1)e reversed at will,
fuel than the   present   process.    The  as   wit),   f„rmules  using regenerative
Mining and Scientific Pte^s
says:
chambers, Thro'uSh the ports   at each
"At    IU   o'clock   Saturday  night,   enri of tile b.M.re\ inl.|i„eil   tuve,.a   ex
January lfith, the first pouring of
blister copper ever made in a single
process furnace was accomplished at
the Edward Fink  plant at Garfield,
tend down into the charge. As soon
as the charge has become molten the
tuyers are lowered and desulphuriza
tion   and   oxidation of   iron proceed
Utah, near the  Boston  Consolidated   until a |lighiy em.ic|,ed  matte is pro:
mill.  Witli fifteen men on a shift, and  dut.ec|,"
with the utilization of 25 h.p. and a i According to the Salt Lake news-
couple of tons of fuel, the Fink smelter has demonstrated its ability to
convert Boston Consolidated concentrates into copper matte at the rate of
100 tons per day.
"In the Fink plant 95 to 98 per
cent copper matte is produced at the
one operation. Nothing like it was
ever accomplished, and some of the
best metallurgists and expert smeltermen in the business have doubted
whether Edward Fink would accomplish it in a commercial way. Samuel
Newhouse, daring and progressive in
all that pertains to mining, was approached by Mr. Fink and heart! from
him the details of the scheme. It appealed to him as having  merit, so   he
made an agreement with Mr. Fink to product    will   be  diverted
bring the process to the   attention  of I American Smelting  eompany
papers, immediately after the Fink
smelter had made its test a company
was formed in New York by John
Hays Hammond, Samuel Newhouse,
Edward Fink and J. Pierpout Morgan, Mr. Fink holding a majority of
the stock.
Heinze Still on Earth
That F. Augustus Heinze is not
yet entirely down anil out is proved
by the fact that the Silver King Coalition company has eapitulated to him
in the recent dispute regarding a contract secured over a year for the ores
of the property, says the American
Mining Review. For the present the
to the
plant
tlio world. He gave the inventor | at Garfield, but Mr. Heinze will be in
carte blanche in having an expert-1 position to handle it himself when the
mental furnace of commercial size old Milford plant has been placed in
built, ono I hit would treat 100 tons commission. It is estimated that the
per day. I contract, which covers ten   years, will
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The  following  table gives the ore
for 11)05, lilOfi and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King, Sun unit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Stilly, Weft Fork	
Rambler, Weat Pork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Sintihniiiri', Providence	
(icilib'ti EiiiiIh  '
Preston, Skylnrk	
Prince Henry, Skylnrk	
Skylark, Skylnrk Cnmp	
l.nst Chalice, Skylark Cnmp	
K. P. I'. Mine. Skvlark Cnmp	
Bnv, Skylnrk	
Mavis, Skylnrk	
Don Petli-ei. Skylnrk	
Crescent, Skylnrk	
Helen, Greenwood	
Uepllhlie.llollllilnry Fulls	
Miscellniieous	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907
613,537
135,001
208,321
1,712
18.274
14,481
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
Sly 258
1908
1,0112,51!)
45,986
314,02!)
Post Weil,
25,5fi!)
2,050
7,308
65,800
30
5,780
(iti)
10,740
3.802
530
120
(10
60
86
10
700
20
55
60
224
'"'.it)
50
245
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Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. A local druggist is the au
thority that these simple, narmless
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The mixture is said to cleanse nnd
strengthen the clogged and inactive
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all kinds, if taken before the stage of
Bright's disease.
Those who have tried this say it
positively overcomes pnin in the
back, clears the urine of sediment
and regulates urination, especially
nt night, curing even the worst
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Every man or womnn here who
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or acting in a healthy manner should
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Billheads and Statements,
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Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business nnd Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By laws,
Shipping Togs, Circulars and Plncnrds,
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iCHAS. PETERSON, Prop
Total, tons  1,148,237 1,479,083 34,957
Smeller Treatment—
iranby Smelter  637,021! 1,031,071 19,633
B. C.Copper Co.'s Smelter  841.952 355.935 9,062
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter   153,439 22MH          	
Total Treated  1,183,017 1,420,272
BOUNDARV DIVIDENDS.
-D1V1DBN D8-
28,685
Authorized .--SHAmm--, Paid   Total to   I.eitpst      Per
Name or Tompany.              Capital,    [sailed. Par. 1906.       Date.       Date.   Share
Qranb?Co,e»'lld„te,l-Co1.„er...«15,tl(Kl.lKXl     1HS.000 1100 M.620,000 UMS.6M Dee. IMS $3.00
OarlbooMoMtiifey-i-Oold    i,250,i«io i;ao.ooo   f| •■•-jI-aM     "M? feb;  SSJ    -2S
Prcevl.leiiro-Sllvcr             SOUWI0       81000     *S 16.000        88.224 Sept. 1906     .60
B.C  Cc!ppBr-Com»r............    8,000.000    B08.000     IB         201,200 Sept. 1907     .04
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Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Gr
nd Sui
mmer
Drinks
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
Razor Honing a Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North op Uuanhy Hotel,
First Street.
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Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
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We carry tho most fashionable stoek
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