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Seventh Year---No. 34.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. June 19, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
First Exhibition of Mineral
and Metal Products in
New York
Many Prominent Mining Engineers Among the Promoters
An international mining exposition, the first exhibition of mineral
and metal products and practical
mining methods ever held in New
York, has been installed in Madison
Square Garden and will remain open
until June 30. Jinny distinguished
mining engineer? and experts are
among the promoters of the big
mining rIiow, and the United States
government, through the geological
survey, has made an extensive display of its mineral resoruces. The
American mining congress and several state governments and Btateand
interstate mining bodies have also
endorsed the exposition. Dissatisfaction with the managoment has
caused some of the western states
and mining communities, notably
Utah, to refuse to make displays,
but despite this fact the exposition
is fairly representative of the great
mining districts of the west. Min
ingVnnchinery in operation and a
reproduction of a western mining
camp form notable features of the
The exhibit of the United States
geological survey shows that about
75 minerals are found in the United
States, ranging from coal to diamonds. Not many of the latter
precious stones have been found,
but they were widely scattered, and
as their locations and surroundings
were similar to the places where diamonds are found in great abundance
in South Africa, scientists hold out
to prospectors the hope of finding a
Kimberley field in the new world.
That there is a wide field for the
mining exposition to cover is evident
from the fact that tho mineral production of the United States increased five fold between 1880 and
1906, or ffoui <846,928,'298 to fl,.
902,517,565, The latest figures for
mines and quarries show that there
are 151,615 mines, quarries and
wells in the United States. To operate these 019,406 men are kept busy
at a total annual salary of 840,000,-
000. Such are the tremendous proportions to which the mining industry of the United States has attained since its early beginnings.
The first recordedJinding of iron
within the limits of the United
States was in North Carolina in
1585. The first effort to manufacture it was in Virginia in 1660. The
first export of bar iron to England
was in 1717, and of pij iron in 1728.
Until 1750 Massachusetts led in the
manufacture of iron, when Penn"
sylvania took the lead and has retained it. Over 40,000,000 tons of
iron were mined in Michigan alone
last year. Next to iron, the most
valuable mineral production of the
country is copper, of which enough
is produced annually to give every
American man, woman and child
two dollajs' worth each if it were
divided out.   In Arizona alone the
production of copper in   1906   was
One of_the earliest finds of gold in
the United States was referred to by
Thomas Jefferson in his diary. It
was a lump of pure gold found on
the Rappahannock river, Virginia.
Now many millions of gold are produced every year. Tbe Cripple
Creek district of Colorado alone has
produced over $125,000,000. In
California's palmiest days as much
as 865,000,000 worth of gold was
produced in a single year. The surface of Alaska has only been
scratched, but upwards of 86,000.-
000 in gold is produced annually.
Alaska is said to contain the richest
gold deposits in the world, the gold
placer field in Seward peninsula
alone containing 20,000 square
miles. The latest claimant for honors
as a gold bearing territory is the
Nevada desert, where the mining
camps of Tonopah, Goldfield, Bullfrog, Rawhide and a number of
others have sprung into being within the last, few years. From that
region is pouring a steady stream of
the precious metal.
If the scarcity of a metal is any
indication of its value, silver ought
to be more valuable than gold, as
the world is producing 8400,000,000
worth of gold and only 8100,000,000
of silver per annum. A large part
of the American production of these
metals is consumed in the United
States mint. The coinage of the
Philadelphia mint last year was
8148,128,051.92, not induing 45,-
000,000 pieces of coin that were
minted for Panama, Mexico and the
Philippine islands. The coinnge for!
this year is expected to exceed that
of last year by 20 per cent. Uncle
Sam makes money by buying silver
bullion at 56 and 57 cents an ounce,
which is passed back to American
citizens on a par with gold at the
ratio of 81.29 per ounce.
New Lodge Organized
A largely attended meeting of the
Scandinavian residents of the city
was held in Eagles' hall last Saturday night, wben Chas. Eriekson, of
Rossland, organized a lodge of the
Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship
Society of America. After the preliminary work bad been finished,
the following officers were elected:
President, C. B. Peterson; vice-
president, Emil Larsen; financial
secretary, Mrs. Emil Larsen; record*
ing secretary, Albert Ben6on; treasurer, Andy Stendal; conductor, Mrs.
A. Benson; chaplain, Gus Eastman;
inside guard, George Johnson; outside guard, G under Oscarson; trustees, Sam Eriekson, P. Johnson and
Mrs. C. II. Peterson. Miss Eastman
and Miss Peterson were appointed a
sick committee.
Forty-two members were enrolled.
Another meeting of the lodge will
be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.
The members of the new lodge, in
company with the Phoenix and
Greenwood lodge, will participate in
an excursion to Rossland next Wednesday, the 24th inst., when the
Rossland club will celebrate Midsummer day in royal style.
■3. L. Walker Eulogizes the
Big Boundary Copper
Present Output Is at the Rate
of Thirtly Million Pounds
Greenwood Will Celebrate
Greenwood will celebrate Dominion
day with a two days' program of sports,
opening with a grand calithumpian
parade on the morning of July 1st.
The sports will include horse racing,
baseball, football, Caledonian sports,
G. L. Walker, tbe well known
copper expert, has the following to
say of Granby Consolidated in the
Boston Commercial:
Granby Consolidated directors
have declared a dividend of 82 per
share. This is the first dividend
since September of last year, when
$3 a share was paid. The coinpany
is now producing more copper than
at any previous time in its career,
its output being at the rate of 30,-
0Q0,000 pounds annually. As its
copper now costs about 8 cents, the
company must be earning at the
rate of 81,4000,000 annually, or better than '•HO per share for its stock.
It is quite probable, therefore, that
the company will continue the quarterly payments of $2 a share uninterruptedly in tbe future.
Improvements which are now
under way on the Granby smelter
will be completed in September, and
will enable the coinpany to produce
36,000,000 pounds of copper annually thereafter at a cost of 8 cents
per pound. This will give it earnings of $1,620,000, or $12 per share,
with copper selling at 13 cents. At
present the company is running
seven of its eight furnaces, and treating about 100,000 tons of copper
Recent diamond drilling, has
proved that the great ore body of the
Granby extends entirely through
the three quarter mile of intervening
space between the Old Ironsides and
Knob Hill mines on one side to the
Gold Drop on the other. This ore
body is from 100 to 400 feet thick,
and in the area mentioned contains
tens of millions of tons of ore.
The statement published recently
that the Nichols Copper company
and American Metal company arc
making profits out of the handling of
the Granby product, while true literally, was evidently intended to convey an entirely erroneous impression. These companies aim to make
a fair business profit out of all the
bullion they refine and all tho copper they sell, but tliere is absolutely
no basis for the assertion or suggestion thut any more money is made
out of Granby or higher rate charged
it than is charged any other and all
other companies served.
The management of the Granby
is above reproach. Indeed, it is one
of the most magnificently managed
mining enterprises in thc world.
The company is in splendid condition financially, and its available ore
deposits are practically inexhaustible.
First streets, the Jrni 1ms decided to
offer three prizes for the three best
solutions of the puzzle. The first
prize is 85 in gold, the second a suit
of clothes, and the third a panama
hat. All persons who intend to
compete for these prizes must hand
in their answer, in a sealed envelope,
at the store hefore 6 p.m. next Monday. Some of the uses suggested
for the platform are, a band-stand,
a roof garden nnd an ice cream parlor. All of these suggestions have
been rejected, however, and the mystery increases as the day for the
opening of the new store approaches.
Council Meeting
The regular meeting of the city
council was held last Monday night,
all the members being present except Aid. Rutherford and McCalluin.
Nonbusiness worthy of mention was
transacted, the evening being consumed in considering unimportant
committee reports and the authorizing of the paym**nt of the monthly
ccounts. An obnoxious weed bylaw
was introduced and advanced to the
Committee stage, and Aid. Woodland gave notice that at the next
meeting he would introduce a tax
rate bylaw.
Rev. M. D. McKee, of Greenwood,
will conduct the services in Knox
Presbyterian church next Sabbath
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The time
of holding the Sabbath school has
been changed from 2:30 p.m. till
9:45 a.m. until further notice, and
the mid-week prayer meeting will in
future be held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, instead of Thursday evening.
An Enigma
Owing to the large number of erroneous guesses that havo already
been made as to what purpose D. I).
Munro ifc Co. intend to put the platform being erected over their new
quarters on the corner of Bridge and
Harold Nelson is expected to play
an engagement at the Grand Forks
opera house next month. He is accompanied this season by Billy Yule
and Miss Helen Scott, and the company is managed by W. Cranston.
The plays he is putting on number
among them Richelieu, Grausturk and
An explosion of the air pump ut the
Pacific hotel bar last Saturday disarranged the furniture behind the bar
to an alarming extent, but otherwise
dnl ii i iliuiiujje. Some of the inmates
of the house, when they heard the report, thought e. suicidal trugedy had
been enacted.
it is not necessary t,* say very
much about the Grand Forks-Oi-oville
ball game yesterday. In fact, the
leust said the butter it will be nil
around. We believe tlm home team
scored once on a Jost ball, while the
visitors made between twenty ami
thirty runs.
The Grand Forks Cricket club bus
ohatleuged Nelson to a gamoof cricket
ou tbe earliest available opportunity,
There   is   a   possibility   thnt the two
elevens may meet on  Dominion day.
The C.P.R. employees in the West
end have organized a football club.
The team is practicing almost every
evening, and should lie able to put up
a good giiinc before long.
Potatoes have been in blossom in
the valley since the beginning of the
present week. One gardener in this
city has been eating new potatoes for
a number of days.
The Bowman Lumber company, of
Cascade, is building a large residence
at that place for the accommodation
of its employees.
The B. C. Copper company of
Greenwood has commenced to ship
blister copper to the east.
The Grand Forks fire department
has decided to scud a hoso team to
Nelson on July 1st.
Farewell Appearance in This
City  of Canada's
Will' Make a Four Years'
Tour of the Countries of
the World
The Kilties band, which was selected from all the bands of Europe
by his majesty Edward VII. to celebrate his royal birthday at Sandring-
ham on November 9th, 1894, will
give one of its famous concerts in
Grand Forks on Saturday night,
July 4th.       ,
This will be the farewell appearance of Canada's pride, as they sail
from Vancouver on July 19th to
visit our sister colony, Australia.
During this tour, which will embrace a period of four years, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa,
India, Japan, China, Russia, Norway and Sweden will be visited.
The band, forty strong, is augmented by the celebrated male choir
—the famous Clan Johnstone troupe
of pipers and dancers—and two
giant drum majors, each over seven
feet tall.
His honor Judge Brown,of Greenwood, presided over a session of the
county court at the court house in
this city yesterday. The following
rases were heard:
Forbes M. Kerby vs. The McKinley Mines, Ltd., application, in
chambers, to examine debtor. Order
made for 9th of July. H. C. Hanington, plaintiff's solicitor.
Forbes M. Kerby, judgment creditor, vs. The McKinley Mines, Ltd.,
debtor, application, in chambers.for
order to sell. Order made. H. C.
Hanington, plaintiff's solicitor.
Application wus made by D.
Whiteside for letters of administration in the estate of M. Powers, deceased.   Order made.
Application was made by II. C.
Hanington for substitute service in
the case of Paulson Bros. vs. ltocray.
Order made for two insertions of advertisement.
In the case of tho City of Grand
Forks vs. R. Mcintosh, regarding
MoCallurn's costs, argument was finished, but no decision was given.
The next term of court was set for
July "th.
Rock Slide
Wednesday morning a rock slide
occurred on the CI'.li. track two
miles west of Fife, carrying a portion of the track and a small trestle
down the hill. After considerable
loss of, time, the passengers wero
transferred, the west-bound train
arriving here about 8 o'clock at
night. Last night it got here about
the same time.
Mining Stock Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, June 17.—The following are today's opening (imitations for
tho stoek mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
Granby 100.00      95.00
Dominion Copper     1.87J     1.75
B.C. Copper     5.00*     4.75 Good-, Clean, Fresh
You can get
them at the
Right Prices
at our store.
Wc are  continually  adding
new lines to our stock of
Men's Furnishings
John Donaldson
Phone A30        Columbia Avenue
uJljp Shimtug £>mt
Published at Grand B*orlt«, British Columbia.
fifty years hence all persons fit to
enter the marital state will be mated
at the age of twenty-one years. In
other words, according to this
learned professor's prophetic vision,
the state will govern a person's feelings, and the world is to become,
if the term is not paradoxical, a
huge' human stock farm, because a
person with no other ambitions in
life than to raise a family and to
provide food for the same is not far
removed from the animal kingdom.
Every beast is imbued with this instinct. But tho prophesy, although
it may appear alluring to those who
are willing to allow the state to think
and provide for them, will, it is safe
to predict, be as repugnant to the
majority of the community fifty
years from now as it is today
G. A. KVJ.S9 .
..Editor nml Publisher
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Phonb B74        Orand FonKS, B.C.
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1908
IT has often been stated that the
opposition in the federal house
find an alleged scandal and thereupon one of their number is implicated in a similar one at once. In
tbe public accounts committee last
week an investigation was in progress as to repairs made to a tug be
longing to one Merwin. It was
stated these repairs were done at the
government docks. It transpired
that this was true, but tnat Merwin
had paid the bill. It also transpired
that Dr. Reid, Conservative member of Grenville, also had a yacht repaired at the government dock, but
had not paid the bill. These papers
were called for by Dr. Reid, and be
little thought when he asked for
them that the committee would light
on a scandal which may result in
very serious consequences to himself. It appears tbat Dr. Reid also
obtained use of an engine belonging
to the department of mirine and
fisheries, and that an acetylene tank
had been put in a certain position
for the purpose of supplying gas to
starch works wilh wnich Dr. Reid
is connected. The opposition at
once objected to any evidence be ng
uiken on this matter. Hud the gentleman involved by a Liberal, there
would have been no objection.
VARIOUS methods of irrigating
the Keltic valley have be.*n
suggested, and some have been tried
with varying success, lint apparently the cheapest and the must
effective system has been overlooked
by the piercing eyes ot the farmers
of thc valley. Here's the pith of
the plan: Whenever water is needed for the benefit of growing crops,
let them make preparations tor some
kind of a celebration in this city.
Past experiences have demonstrated
that this simple method has provi d
satisfactory in drawing a ropious
supply of moisture from thc skiis.
By these brief icniarks wc do not
wish to be understood as kicking
against yesterday's rainfall. On the
contrary, we believe it did more
good than all the ball games played
on this continent. Wc merely wish
to throw out a hint.
ON E of the wise men of the east
(of the United Slates of America) has expressed thc opinion that
AEROPLANE enthusiasts are reported to be taking great interest in the prize of $20,000 which
has been founded by Rene Quintan,
of Puris, for the first aeroplanist who
succeeds in Hying for live minutes
with the motor of his machine
slopped at n height of at least fifty
meters. M. Quinton claims that a
man can accomplish the performance
of a bird in soaring through the air,
through the motion of the wings
after the first impulsive motion.
The city electrician of Grand Forks,
being a Bird both in name and by
nature, should win this prize with
what   was  Grand   Forks'
Prince Rupert's loss.
gam  is
FAVORITISM, which the present
city government appears to
have great difficulty in avoiding,
usually brings in its train unwarranted prices for services rendered.
CITIZENS of Grand Forks desiring to take free lessons in
physical culture are requested to
call at the Sun ranch, where there is
a plentiful supply of weeds to be extracted by the roots.
Li   st
RY business enterprise should
stand or fall on its own merits.
There is no reason why the school
trustrees should show partiality for
one institution to the extent of permitting one of thefr subordinates to
hold two situations. If the salary
paid by the ratepayers is insufficient,
let it be raised.
AQUAMANIA, too copious use of
water externally or internally,
bas been declared, by a learned and
spectacled professor, to be a form of
intoxication, and to be as bad as too
much alcohol. Science is making
wonderful strides towards perfection.
At the present pace, it will not be
long till we will be compelled to
eschew drinking altogether, and to
keep.ourselves clean by taking mud
THE SUN has been asked by a
number of prominent ratepayers lately why the city council
does not throw some light on the
oost to the city of the lawsuits which
were recently decided against the
corporation. As we have become
tired of endeavoring to explain
enigmas, wc now propound the same
question to the city council.
AWRITER in Toronto Saturday
Night, dealing with the blockade of business in the house of commons, says: "Instead of turning to
something statesmanlike that would
fire the imagination of a young
count')', the Ottawa opposition, presumably listening to Mr. Foster,
fiddles with a program that is petty
and pea nutty."
PIVE HUNDRED school children
r of New York were recently
discovered to be on the verge of
starvation. It is yet a debatable
question with thinking people
whether the granting of marriage
licenses to impcii lioiis young
couples ol race suicide is the greater
i-*HE Republican national convention, now iu session in Chicago, is unruly, and there is danger
of a stampede for Roosevelt. Even
the,portly form of Secretary Taftappears to be powerless to "stem tbe
tide for the idol of the nation.
Hoot, Mon
The Kilties are coming to Grand
Forks, and will be at the Rink on
Saturday,-July 4th. Reserved seats
81.60, general admission $1.00,
children half price. Plan opens at
Woodland's drug store Wednesday
morning, June 24th, at 9 o'clock.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
Fish and Game in Season
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, June 17.—Silver, S.lf;
electrolytic copper, 12f@12J,
Donuon, June 17.—Lead, .£12 13s,
9d; silver, 24i.
For Sale—Full-blooded Black
Minorica eggs; $1.00 per setting. A.
C. Uren, Box 294, Grand Forks.
Sale—20-acre ranch; all under
High state of cultivation; 200 fruit
trees; guild house and barn; one mile
south of city. Fcji' particulars call at
The Sun olliee.
M. It. Feeney returned last Saturday from a business trip  to  Colville.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burrell le t
ast Tuesday for a two weeks' trip
through the Okanagan country,
I. A. Dinsmore left on Tuesday
last for Greenwood to assume his
luties as chief of police of that city.
M. I). White and Sam Horner returned last Saturday from a two
weeks' trip through the Okanagan
Mrs. F. W. Reid, president of the
local W. C. T. V., has been attending
the convention of the provincial organization in Victoria this week.
P. H. Bun-ham, district freight and
passenger agent of the Great Northern, retufned Friday evening from St.
Paul, being accompanied by his wife
and child.
Captain and Mrs. Bentley have
moved up the North Fork, where tl e
captain o»ns a group of five mineral
claims. They will reside there during
the summer.
Miss M. Washburn: of Smith's
Falls, Out., and Dr. Jennie Wilson, uf
Toronto, were the guests of Mr. anil
Mrs. J. W. Rutherford during the
past week, and left last evening for
the coast via Oroville and Okanagan
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read tbe tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page. •
LOST—On Tuesday, between R. W.
Trotter's house and the green-
houses.a 19-jewel Waltham watch.
Return to this office and receive
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Bnsi-
ness lot on Winnipeg aven ue near
The Sun office. Enquire of Lew
Collection Agency
I purpose opening an office for
the collection of accounts, adjusting of books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sale* of Property Negotiated
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended to immediately Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
S. T. HALL, J.P.
CF. Telegraph Company Bridge Slreel
NEST 169
lat, ilnd con-
mi-r seianii
maetluga of
this outer will be held twice a menth only. The
meeting! will be on the first and third rrlduy
ntghta of each month.
J. E. ORAHAM, Preitdent.
J.C HARD, Secretary.
IN THE MATTER ol The Land Reglltry Act
anil In the Maltoivil the Title to Lota 13, 14,
IS an! 16, Block 1; Lot», Mock S; lot 11. Block
fi; Lots 2,'B and ', Blo'ok 7! Lot ?. Block Il'JDoU
0. 7. 8 and 9. Block 12 Map 22, Van Neis Addition, lirand Porka Townsite.
wiirhbab the Certificate ol Title ol Henry
white, being Certificate ol Title No.
alWa to the above hereditament!, ban been lost
or destroyed, and application has been made to
nn* for u duplicate thereof;
Not!' k ia hereby given tlint a duplicate ol
title to the above hereditament! will be Issued
at the expiration of one month from the dale ol
the lirst publication hereof, unless In the meantime valid objection to tho contrary li made to
me in writing.
Unn Registry offloe, District Registrar.
Kamloops, B.C., May 20th, l'JOS.
Certllleate of Improvements
Columbia, Bonita Vista am! Helene Mlncal
Claims, lltuate In the Grand Porks Mining Division of Yale District.
Where Located: Partly on District Lot '2135
uml on Mountain South of Coryell I'ass.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Win. E. (iaporn, Free
Millers' Corliliciitc No. 1153211. intend, sl-tty
ilnvs from ilntc hereof, to apply to the Mining
Ke'ceriler lorn Ceillllcateof Improvements, for
tiie purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
above claims.
Anil further take notice thut action, under
section 37, must tie commenced before tbe issuance of such CortiftoaiQ of Improvement*.
Dated nitihind Forks. B.C., this 23rd day of
May, A. D. 1908,
The Kilties Are Coming
High grade) Bioycles. A complete line of accessories. Come
iii and see the 1908 models.
Wheel repairing.
All Kind! of
Ladies'   and Children's
Next to Meli.i.i'h7 Bridge Bt.'St.
B. C. Land Surveyor
Grand Forks, B. G.
P.O.Box 311
Phone 85
IT is i
1      Willi
nn if I  tlmt the common red
rri'l, when it becomes irrila-i
rs like ihe first mate of a
sailing vessel. We intend to import half a dozen, and allow them to
express our opinion of people who
make requests for free advertising.
THE Columbia, Mo., city council
hn» imposed a fine of ?50 a
ye.ir on baohelors. It is presumed
that if there are any bachelors in
that city too poor to pay the fine,
they will In: punished by the council furnishing ihem brides and
marriage licenses.
POME very
O i'onimeiit'i
mice in the di
racy  dispatchc
1 to make tbeir appear
e daily press from  Prince
They read like  loo roue
mngirmiion.   Apparent]
40--BAN DM EN --40
; SINGERS       DANCERS    )
;'; Saturday Night, July 4fh, at the Rink
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Dominion I.uml-* within thn
Kailway licit of ItritUli dili.m I-in maybe
homesteaded hy uuy person who Is tlm he-til
of ii family, or uuy main over eighteen years
of ui*'", to the extent of oiie-quarter section
of Hi'' aeres, more or less.
Entry must he mail-* personally ut ttie local
luiiil office for the district In which the lain)
It situate.
The hoinnsteailer Is rei|iilreil to perform
the conditions, eonnejted therewith under
one of the fullowlii-** plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land in each year for three
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father Is
deceased), of the homesteader resides tnion a
farm in the vicinity of the laml entered fur,
the requirements as to resilience may he satisfied hy inch person resldiui*- with the father
or mother.
(8) If the settler lias his permanent resilience upon farming land owned hy Min lo
the vlolnlty of his homestead, the requirements us to residence may he satisfied hy
residence upon the Haiti land .
Six mouths' notice In writing should he
[liven the Commissioner of Dominion Lnncls
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal-Coal mining rights inav he leused
for a period of twenty-one years at an tw
mini rental of $1*.00 per aere. Not more than
2,MSt' acres shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at tile rate of five cents
per ton shall he collected on the morcluint-
ahle coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unuuthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our rentiers than through Tim
Sun's advertising columns. i WkQ^QfrS
Regular Price 13.00
An Ofter Which Meets the Special Wants of All Classes of Readers
The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these classes
Persons who have lived in the West for u lengthy period and are out and out
Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United
States and from Eastern Canada.
Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these
classes, but by this combination offer every special need is met
The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week
by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special
departments for American nnd British settlers. The Family Herald and
Weekly Star supplies the former resident of Eastern Canada with news of the
Eastern portion of the Dominion in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides
the local and Boundary news, which you cannot do without.
.190 .
Find enclosed 82.00, for which send me Weekly Free Press and Prairie
Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Moptreat; and the Grand
Forks Sun, for one year each.
Furniture  Mode  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
r. McCutcheon
A-it'iST Knit—
London Mii111 ul Fire Insurance Co,
Moiiirunl mid Cti.iutlii,
Ami other si.l.MHiiliiilc-imiiiuiii-*,.
Prints moro live Houndnry news than
uny other paper published iu the
district. The price of Thk Sun is
only SI.OO per year—one-half the eost
of its competitors. The Sun is never
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest. Tub Sun is acknowledged to be one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling at theofflos
of publication.
The Evening Son and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
81.00 per year in advance.
Tub Evening Sun, Tho Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, $2.00 per year in
Card of Thanks
W. Chester, Eng., June 2, 1908
To the Editor of The Sun.
Sin:—Will you allow me to
thank, on behalf of the parents and
relatives of the late Mr. George Baylor, through the medium of your
paper, all the citizens of Grand
Forks, for their untiring kindness
to him while he was ill, and to his
widow and child reen after his
death. We l'eel we owe a debt of
gratitude to all his friends and neighbors for their practical sympathy.
We have been utterly helpless to assist his widow and children, being
so many hundreds of miles away
from them; but we trust that his
friends and neighbors will show in
future, as in the past, their friendliness to the widow and family. Mrs.
Taylor sent a telegram, which we
received on Monday at 8:10 p.m.,
June 1st, informing us of his death
Needless to state that we are tilled
with sorrow at the loss of a son and
brother, and aro sorely grieved to
think that the.children are father
less and the house left without a
head. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor had en
deared themsel ves lo their relatives
while they were over here last summer, and were looking forward to
the time when they would meet
again in the old country. Thanking you in aiilici pation for the insertion of this letter, 1 remain
yours faithfully,      John Daviks,
Moving Picture Show
Next Monday night the Clark
Moving Picture company will return
to the Grand Forks opera houso
with an entire change of program.
This company is in the great circuit
of picture shows, extending from
Winnipeg to Vancouver, and they
receive the same service as the circuit. Mr. Clark has several such
places, and in coming to Grand
Forks he is certainly doing the city
i favor. As a light amusement the
company bus no equal. By all newspaper reports, and also by the two
performances here this week, the
company is pronounced A No. 1.
Don't forget Monday next.
The man who expects to gain his
wealth by marriage, generally winds
up bis career by being buried in a
pauper's grave.
Young man, don't express a willingness to die for a girl during courtship,
and then refuse to work for her after
Don't woi ry about your looks. You
look ull right to your friends, nnd the
rest of the world duesu't care how you
The Lord loves a cheerful giver,iinil
his satnnic majesty loves the man « ho
drops a button in the contribution
It's a lucky turn for the theatric 1
naniger when lie is compelled tutu n
p, o .le away from the box otlice.
Eternal vigilance may be the price
of liberty, but the price of silence is a
'jertaiu amount of hush money.
The innn who faces the bartendet
oneu too often should not be surprised
lo lind liim.-elf in a tight place.
Many a married woman's idea of a.
stylish hat is one that costs more than
her husband can afford to pay.
If there is such a thing as a perfect
person it must be one who is able to
hide his or her imperfections.
Often there is more true love concealed under calioo dresses than there
is under silk gowns.
When you find yourself in a di
agreeable humor that is your cue 1
visit your enemies.
The smile of a hypocrite is on a level
with the laugh of a hyena and the
tears of a crocodile.
A cranky bachelor says that heaven
is probably so called because there are
no marriage there.
A man must have an awful lot of
money to enable him to dress as well
as his wife does.
A married man is always figuring
on the money he could save is he
wasn't married.
Money makes the mare go—or come,
or stay, according to the way it talks
to the jockey.
You may be sure of one thing, and
that is that you can't be too sure of
There is always some man at ound
who is willing to second any kind of a
Stop worrying about the sorrows of
yesterday and go after the joys of today.
Beware of a meek man or a meek
mule; it's the unexpected that happens.
Ever notice how hard it is to pay
for u thing on the "easy payment"
When a woman says her husband is
out, she may mean that he is "ull in.'
Something you get for nothing is
usually worth just about that much.
No man can sneak into heaven on
the strength of his tombstone epitaph
Many a spinster who could have
married in haste repents at leisure.
When the bill collector comee in at
the door love hides in the garrett.
Seaside flirtations arc enough to
make the wild waves say things.
A mall's wife usually has more faith
in him than he has in himself.
The man who hasn't a single had
habit seldom amounts to much.
It's easy for a deaf mute tu   love
girl more than tongue can tell.
It's harder to forget somo things
than it is to remember others,
Wise is the man who knows when
to treat and when to re-treat,
Thc path of glory leads but to the
grave—as do all other paths.
Some men marry at leisure, then
hustle for the divorce court.
Even a cheap young man may cost
his parents a lot of money.
There's no hope for tho man who
bus lost his self-respect.
Invisible patches are not used in
patching up quarrels.
As a tonic for a rundown reputation
try a dose of charity.
Ono way to buy experience is to
speculate in futures.
Many a woman who can swim is
unable to get in.
He is a lucky man who doesn't be-
ieve in luck.
The man who sees no good in others
is no good.
A blonde wig is also fair but  false,
Knox Presbyteiiian Chuiich—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7:'!0|t.
ni.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:45 a.m.; Young Feople's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer meeting. Wednesday ut 8 p.m. All are cordially
invited; scuts free.
Methodist Chuboh, Rev, Sohlich-
tei*.—Set-vims next Sunday nt 11
a. in. nnd 7:''0 p.m.; Sunday schuo'
mul Bible cluas at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Ciiuiicii, Her. F. W. Au
viichc, pustor.—Services on Sundat
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.j S'undn'
school und Bible class ut 3 p.m.
I will sell niv No. 2 Smith Premie
Typewriter at a reasonable figure, n-
urn leaving the city.
P.   B.   Mt'lvEKHAN
Bicvci.es anii Repair Work—A
complete line of 1007 models, A fe«
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
When remitting money get an express order. Cash on demand of
payee. To all parts. S. T. Hall,
brunch agent Dominion   Express  Co.
For Sale—Brand new No. 3 Grn
phophone; eost 850; also SH worth of
records; will sell nt a sacrifice if taken
ut once.    Particulars nt this office
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weeklv Globe and Canada Farmer for 81 per year in advance. The illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globs is worth
twice the money we ask for the two
We have some of the highest grude
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Sun Job Office.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for $1.00 per year.
Agents Wanted—10x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
nnd up, sheet pictures one cent eaoh.
You can make 400 profit or 836 per
week. Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams -Co., 1208 W.
Taylor St., Chicago, III.
(New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1000.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemis-
.try, m in em logy, metal I u rg v. term i n -
ology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a praeiea! book, useful
to all and necessary to most men engaged in any brand) of the copper
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, ami its language is
easily understood by tin' everyday
man. It .gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 1026 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to six.ecu pages, according
to Importance uf the property,
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Hook on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it ^ives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for tlio
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English,
Price is $6 in Buckram witli gilt
top; 87.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to auy address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
45,'t Vostoilice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Do Tou Open Your Mouth
Like a young bird and gulp down whatever foot! or medicine may be olTered you V
Ur. du you .vain lu know something of the
composition and character of that which
yuti take Into yuur stomach whether as
food or medieine?
Most intelligent and sensible people
nuw-a-diiys insist on knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. IMcrco believes they have a perfect
right to Insist upon such knowledge. So he
publishes,*,4craad£ast and on each bottle*
wrapper, whia^i^Tn«Ucines are made of
[ficsJ3mlun*r«ai3l> T>his lie feels
he can w&ljuord to do bfifi&SB "*n "■ft'*"
thjj_ingredJL'iUsj-if which his mndicines
areTOftflg are sMldicdand understood Hit?
morTTwilrthelr superior curative vjftue|
b7 a iWecTatea: -
For the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses, irregularities and derangements,
giving rise to frequent headaches, backache', dragging-down pain or distress in
lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom*
panled, ofttlraes, with a debilitating,
pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symptoms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is a most efficient remedy.
It is equally effective in curing painful
periods, in giving strength to nursing
mothers and in prnparing tho system of
the expectant mother for baby's coming,
thus rendering childbirth safe and comparatively painless. Tho "Favorite Prescription "Is a most potent, strengthening
tonic to the general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine In particular.
It is also a soothing and Invigorating
nervine and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria.
spasms, chorea or St. Vttus's dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon functional and organic diseases of the distinctly feminine organs.
A host of medical authorities of all the
several schools of practice, recommend
each of the several Ingredients of which'
"Favorite Prescription" is made for tho
cure of the diseases for which It is claimed
to be a cure. You mnv read what they
say for yourself hy sending a postal card
request for a free booklet of extracts
from the leading authorities, to Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. Buffalo, N. Y., and it will cmue to
' "i by. return post.
Irish Twist Roll
Imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
Cii'i'*'.- Ui-h Hi-it urn) Laid,
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered mul Cleaned, mid
other  johs   in   tin*    house-
cleanlngllne. Rubber Tires
for HiibyCiirriutfO!'.
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
^SKiff"** iiw.HSISviii*
II..I mill Colli llilllia.  Mi'i.ll riiriilalii«l
Stovg-Hontoil  Room,.    Bntlraly re-
fnrnliiiml renovated tliroimlioiit.
Kli-at.<.|ii.a  bonrtl i>v day, wpn(c*or
month. BmoIrI mi... in iteadyboard*
era     Alin-rli'iili nml   l-'.ili-i.l-.-nn  pinna,
l-'lni'al lint' In Illy InC ti'i-tioii,
Receive hoth Ladlci and Gentlemen ai reel-
dent or day Hindi-lit-**.: hae a comploto torn-
in* i t'i.il nr   1 ■ ii-ilifts   (,'i'ur-i-; prepnr'.'-t htu-
di>nt>.toini.iii Teacher I- Certlflcatei of nil
gradeit sivei the foul yeaiV course for the
ft, A. decreet and the Ant Fear of the School
of Science eourse, In affiliation with the To*-
rniitn liit v-'i-j-iit y ; hiiM it s|m'iiii1 prosper.urs-
OOtlMfl for miners who wurk hi U.C. luatriir-
tioil fa ul-u ■-.-.■■ii In Art, Milt-it', I'hyi-lral ■ill-
turn   nnd hlurtition.   Term opi-tut Sept J th
1906.  For Calendars, eto-ft addrey
.    _   PAIR BOXES
*M-i     HOLIDAY
**'»(     UffTS
lost tho Thlnd lor His Ckclatmu
'MODEL B        ,
'-,7:->,"-'*-uI« Do*{ Suspenders
iTWTAI.niwtaiitiathny Ht, befausn tiie** ronlnln niriro
I'tli.r rtiblior t)inn otl'ur tnnkes,   *tlto**rIn*t (any, tttf
tho'bod) InotOrypoilflon* twcftuMtlii!/ havo ■nfld.gln
alpwttii **n*intut*tM nnttorwortajniili, -tnd mudh tli" wrd
tinro itroaparthan Qiuatl*1 found Tu Bi'siicudur*, 'iruvuuliugthum
m 'nyi'm: and wuurinj- tlnmiKh.
■*;-.- ODTWBAn thru: ohiunaiiy KfflDB. WHICH means
tl'i't fVini!*o"it*il'lo Piispcndrrs Mndo (nr Mnn,  Youth it liny
jhl.l^tvyi.rtMr-ill.'nvvW.'itlil-, llxlrr. I-iii:(N.. I.,u;i t'oitl
llu, [u-apODllfOQUU B«TJ Mnn nml 11, IJ Will liln.lty Hccvlvo
1IEWS5 a POTTER, Dnpt.
87 Lincoln St. boetoa, Maes.
iiF]i*-in«Tt r-*Mn   txn Ca**' nintf-ii. f<n
tin. "Stylo, or  Ho* l" tlttm Cnrr.
.:' )   li Hleillim)  thfb l-Ulfllcnltoll.
Wo have a large supply of all kinds
of visitinj- cards in stuck, und the
most fashionable styles of type to
print tliem with.  The Sun Jub Olliee.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make tliem brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
. We carry the must fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the I'uuii-
dury country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job olliee.
Tun Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu curds just received at
Tub Sun job olliee.
The  Sun and the Toronto  Weekly
Globe for 81 per yenr.
For Side—90 acres of good land,
also two new milch cows. Apply at
this olliee.
For yule — Full blood Black
Minnricn eggs: $i 00 per setting. A.
C. Ureu, box 294, Grand Forks.
t*J{ Snap
tract adjoining the
southern boundary
of the citv limits; three-room
house and good well; thirty-
seven bearing fruit tree?.and
a quantity of small fruits.
§500 cash; balance in three
years. Best fruit land proposition in the vajley.
For  full  particulars call at
60   YEARS'
Tn.^cc Marks
AnTiinoR4*.jif..nfr; n "•Uptfli and dOMrilrt l"n mn?
qnioltlf Mcertflln pur opinion frae whether an
h-vcii.inii Ih pr.-tin.-irfiiiieiit-ih.-.- Cummmilni.
iKinHiicidlTcviiii'i'iiti.Li. HANDDUQK uniMtrnta
Stint frco. ->t'!''Ht iiL'tn'-v lLa-BtTH.-iii'-fpiitehCt.
pfttontf intvn llirnn:t. Mum. & Cut Kuelvs
special notice, without Onnrg0« la too
'ScMic JgffiCfftm
AliRridsomi'iy Uluitratod weekly, uirgeit c.r->
natation of any iiciontlito journal, !TQrsu i ir
Canada,ftiVn n yunr-i'datuKo piopald.   mid by
liruiiub oiilci C5 V HU WublngtOD, I*. C
Origin of the Kilties
Seven years ago, in New York, the
Kilties first made their appearance before any but a home audience, and
from that (lay to this they have never
"been allowed to retire from public
I view. Their appearance was the signal
for instantaneous approval, and since
i then they have travelled over the
i countries of Canada, United States,
j England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales
and Mexico, regularly meeting with
the success that concerted action for
perfection in musical matters deserves.
Uniipie in their costume, the Kilties
iare a distinctive feature in the bands
of today. There are bands and bands
—but only one Kilties. This is tho;
judgment of all who hear them.
Whether it is their brilliant costumes,
the fact that they are on tour so long,
that they never lose touch with each
other, or the nature of the Scotch
Canadians to piny well, the fact re
mains that there is no organization of
a similar nature today that is more
popular tba.il the Kilties.
This delightful coinpany of artists
are accompanied by a picked male
choir, the famous troup of Scotch
pipers and: dancers, and will be seen
and heard ut the Kink in this city on
July Ith.
They are now on their loth tour,
and judging from the past, it will be
us. successful as those that have g^ne
before. The Kilties' concerts are different from the usual band concert,
and, added to this, the fact that the
hand is led by a man who knows how
to get the best results, it is not a
cause for wonder that the Kilties are
hailed with delight wherever they
appear. The hand is under the
leadership of Albert Conk.
Important Decision
Judgment   has   been rendered   by
Mr. Justice  Clement in  the  ease of*
I'oitnuiu vs. The City of Greenwood,
heard  at   the   recent  sittidgs of  the
supreme cuurt iu Greenwood.   Mes-tri*-,
I Fortman,   formerly   of the  fDlkhorn
' brewery, and tho city, both held grants
from the crown of the usufruct of the
; waters of Providence creek, on   which
Nine of the city's reservoirs now issiti.-
ated,    The  plaintiffs   had   wished to
s.'i   up   the   invalidity   of   the city's
r i-oi'l on ihe ground that  Ihe   record
held by them and  their  predecessi us
wus  a   prior  grunt.     Bui because in
19 10  llm plaintiff's' predei iors 'ar
wilted from the crown a grunt  based
Pacific Hotel
Plrat-clnti in overy respeot,
San i>]> ma Im ooinmer*
elal trnvelerm.
ll..I ami Cold Hatha,
illll' in i 'oniipctioii.
i'ini.M HratiibofWIliM.
.. v
** - ;.
—      JIg^.X^*lJi*Jtet<**Aii. • jl *'*AfX»*
h3   B-
Tlif! Pnrnst arid Best In llio City,
On Draught Exclusivel/* at
on tbe city's record for the | use of a
certain part of the water, Mr. Justice
Clement held that the record relied
upon by the plaintiffs can hold good
only under Section 44 of the W.C.C.
Act, 1897, as an interim record entitling tbe holders thereof to use the
water "until the same shall beactually
diverted by the municipality under
the record." The city was within its
rights in diverting the water, and the
action was dismissed with costs. W.
A. Macdonald, K.C., of Nelson, and
J. D. Spence, of Greenwood, appeared
for the pluintills, and J. A. Macdonald, K.C., of Rossland, and J. P.
McLeod, city solicitor, for the city of
Three bottles of cold Phoenix Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that The Sun is the
most widely read paper in Grand
Monday, June 22
Moving PicWe Co.
With an
Entice Change of Program
In   she latest Life  Motion Pictures
and illustrated Songs.
Entire ci'angc of Specialties.   Instructive,  Amusing,   Entertaining.   See
small bills for program.
c Admission:
Adults 50c     Children 25c
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Cnmp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklvn-Steniwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, I'lioenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur Kiiig,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry,. Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Lust Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skvlark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
H elen, G reenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907 1908   Past Week
G13.G37 479,880     17,339
135,001 367 	
208,321 17,202        5,476
14,481 6,770        3,270
fit. 173
Total, tons  1,118,237
Smelter Treatment—
• iranby Smelter  637*626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  311,052
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,-130
501,329      26,085
12,2 5
l'otal treated..
■181,308      31,2 i 5
Ailllmri/.eil .—SIIA1IKS-
Namk in* roMi'ANY. Capital.   Ironed. Pa
(Iranliv Cniisoliilnti.il   ('upper.. SI""" "
Cariboo MoKliiney-Qoltl     -
Pruvlilinict- Silver        2IKJ	
Total to   Latest     Per
Date.        Dnte.   Sliiiro
B.C. Hi
apitiu. ivaiu-n. rar.      iwuo. nun*. onto,   snare
I5,|||«,IKK) i:l5,I.H]ll   SH* JH,II2II,IKK) **'',llils,llllll Sept.. 11X17   S'.l.llll
i,2-.ii.iiiki i,;r,ii,iii*    -J|   siii,s:n*|.'el>. 111114    .114
200,000 HI IIIHI      S.'i          16,000 IW.22I Sept. lllllll      .'ill
.1 lain  *r.in! innl         Cr. oui  utm OJ....4    111.11 m
■ Clil) ISuiit. 11):
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial' Printing ,
Ori the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
Wo have tbe most modem jobbing plant
in tbe Boundary Country, employ ■competent workmen, nnd carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Always Carries in Stoek
ti Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Ka/.m- HuTiiiii, a Spec.ii.lty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Ilriilue Street, Grand Forks, B. C.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
P'oBteis, Dates mul Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Curds,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tugs, Ciroulars and Placards,
Billu of Flll'e mid Menu Curds,
Announcement.- nnd Counter Puds,
Wedding Stationery,
Aud everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
CO I.LA HS,    CUKl'-N    AND
will convince you that our stock and workmanship nre of
the best. Let us estimate ott your order, We guarantee
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Yale  Tranfer Co.
Light nnd Heavy Transferring to and from tbo depots.
A. Macki ntosh
(llllne:   Windsor Hotel. I'llono '
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
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