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Seventh Year—No. 53.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. October 30, 1908.
NOV 3. 1908   **
$1.00 Per Year in Aclvanr**.
Laurier Government Sweeps
the Country From Ocean
to Ocean
Nearly an Even Break in
Ontario—Three Conservatives in B. C-
Last Monday the people of Can a
da pledged renewed confidence in
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and the request
that he be allowed to finish his
work was granted, the Liberal* carrying every province except Ontario
and Manitoba. In this province the
final result is yet unsettled, but the
chances are that the majority of the
members will be in the Liberal column after the 12th. The biggest
surprise of the day was the vote in
Ontario, 38 government members being elected. The Liberals had conceded this yrovince to the Conservatives by a large majority.
In this city a great deal of interest
was taken in the polling. In the
Liberal committee rooms there was
an eager crowd all evening awaiting
the returns. Profound regret was
expressed when it became evident
that Templeman, Mclnnes and Jar-
dine had been defeated. When
it became reasonably certain that
the Laurier government had been
sustained by about fifty members a
huge bonfire was kindled in front of
the committee rooms, and the
city band was called out, and continued to discourse music until long
after midnight.
The following is the complexion
of the next parliament:
British Columbia    2
Ontario  40
Qunbeo 51
Nova Scotia  12
New B. umwick  11
Prince Edward Island    3 1
Manitoba    3 1
Sas-atchewao    8 2
Alberta    4 3
Total 134 82
Majority   52
Deferred elections: Yale Cariboo,
Kootenay and Comox-Atlin in British Columbia; Prince Albert in Saskatchewan; Cliicoutinii-Siigueiiay in
Quebec, and the Yukon.
When the house, dissolved, the
standing was approximately as follows:
Ontario  30
Quebec ,j4
NovaSooiia  17
New Brunswick  H
Man! obu •.  7
S -sit itcbow.u.  o
Alberta  2
liii nh Columbia  7
P.loce fcl.lward Island  1
Nanaimo—F. H. Shepherd, Con.,
Ralph Smith, Lib., J. Hawthornthwaite, Soc; 1904, R. Smith, Lib.-
Lab., 286. Smith, Lib., 130 majority.
Yale-Oariboo Nominees
Last Saturday, at Raven's ball,
Kamloops, Returning Ollicer Mao-
Donald received the nominations of
Candidates for the Yale-Cariboo election. The papers of - Duncan Ross
were first handed in, then came
those of Charles Bunting, Socialist,
and last those of Martin Rurrell. opposition, Mr. Burrell being the only
candidate attending in person. Only
two or three of the public found sufficient interest in the occasion to be
present and at 2 o'clock all was over,
polling to take place on November
H'th. J. D. Swanson, Kamloops, is
agent for Duncan Ross; S. C. Burton, Kamloops, for Martin Burrell,
and John Appelbe, Phoenix, for
Charles Bunting.
Change of Firm
Beginning November 1st, the
drug business which is at present
being carried on by H. E. Woodland will be known as Woodland &
Co., the new member of the firm being W. A. Thrasher. Neither of these
men require an introduction to the
people of Grand Forks, as they have
been favorably known here for years
for their conscientious and reliable
work. Both are honor graduates of
the Ontario College of Pharmacy,
one of the foremost colleges of pharmacy in America. Mr. Woodland
has been engaged in the drug business for seventeen years, and Mr.
Thrasher for twelve years. They
have had wide experience in some
of the largest drug stores in eastern
Canada, and are thoroughly competent pharmacists. The present location of the firm is too cramped for
.the volume of business transacted,
and it is the intention of Messrs.
Woodland and Thrasher to secure
new and more commodious quarters
ae soon as postible and fit them up
in the most modern style. While
the service has been excellent in the
past, it is their intention to make
their store better known than ever
before for promptness, accuracy ami
reliability. We wish the new linn
every success.
Total 140 74
Majuiy  00
Tho result in this province was as
Victoria—G. H. Barnard, Con.,
Hon. Wm. Templeman, Lib.; 1904,
G. Riley, Lib., 500; bye-election
March (!, 100(5, Hon. Wm. Templeman, ' Lib., G96. Barnard, Con., 5
majority.       , '
Vancouver—G. H. Cowan. Con.,
W. W. B. Mclnnes,-Lib., Jos. Martin, Ind., E. T. Kingsley, Soc,; 1904,
R. G. Macphersohn, Lib., 858.
( Cowan, Con., 1300 majority. .
New Westminster—J. D. Taylor,
Con., R. Jardine, Lib.; 1904, j" D.
| Kennedy, Lib., 194. Taylor, Con.,
I 500 majority.
BAniiKTT-KiN.\—On Wednesday,
October 28, at 7 o'clock in the morning, in the Catholic church in this
city, Miles Barrett and Miss Katherine Finn, both of this city, were
united in mrriage, Rev. Father
Hartman officiating. Only a few
relatives and friends of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony,
Miss-Mary Barrett was bridesmaid,
and John R. MoDougal stood up
with the groom. Both the bride
and groom are well known and very
popular in this city. Mr. Barrett is
general foreman at the Granby smelter, having been an employee,of
that institution ever since it commenced to operate in this city.
Mr.' and Mrs. Barrett left on
Wednesday morning's Great Northern train for a short wedding tour to
Spokane and otber points. On their
return they will take up their permanent residence in this city.
British Columbia
Will Make Large Dis
plays at Spokane
exhibition of apples, there will be
demonstrations along every line of
the appJe industry, with displays of
all improved implements and machinery in use by the successful
6l'0WerS! orehardist. Lectures also will be
given by nomologists ot international reputation, the purpose uf the
show being to etlueate the people in
the culture and use of the apple.
Prize of Five-Acre Tract of
. Irrigated Fruit Land
Chas. Hay returned to the city
last Saturday from Alberta, where
he owns a large ranch, to the cultivation of which he has devoted his
time during the past six mouths.
Spokane, October 29.—With a
reputation for good fruit equal to
any section in the United States,
British Columbia will be strongly
represented at the national apple
show to be held in Spokane December 7 to 12 this year. In fact, she
leads ninny of the states in the number of exhibits which sbe will send.
Over 200 entries will come down
from the Canadian province, including district and individual displays.
The enthusiastic interest shown by
the growers of British Columbia has
decided the board of trustees of the
show to make it an international instead of a national event, which will
be done after this year.
In further recognition of the interest of the Canadians, Manager
H. J. Neely has taken up the matter of the removal of duty on exhibits sent from British Columbia', with
every prospect that his request will
be granted. United States Senator
Piles, of Washington, has interested
himself in the matter, and has officially presented the request to the
secretary of the treasury. , Senator
Piles was successful in leaving the
duty removed on imports from Japan for a somewhat similar occasion
this year, and is confident he will
be successful this time.'
Manager Neely has also addressed
the Hon. Sidney Fisher, secretary
of agriculture at Ottawa, with the
request that he send ollieials of his
department to act as judges at the
national apple show.
Grand Forks, Kelowna and Kamloops are among the districts which
were lirst to respond to the invitation to send exhibits, and others
have been steadily making entries
since. W. H. Covert, of Grand
Forks, will have several exhibits,
and is confident that lie will carry
back with him several prizes. Kelowna has appointed an agent to
collect fruit for display at the show.
A, special prize of live acres of irrigated land Im.-- been offered for the
best exhibit from the East Kootenay
district. Among tho towns
which exhibits will come are:
son,   Vernon,   Balcomo,   Kelow
Return of William S oan oy
Acclamation   Last
AU householders who wish to vote
at the municipal-elections in January next must take the necessary
statutory declaration and hand in
their names to the city clerk not
later than tomorrow noon, otherwise
their names will not appear on the
municipal voters' list. The only
ones who are exempt from paying
the §2 roud tax are the members of
the volunteer lire department.
Tbe members of the Grind Forks
volunteer lire department take this
method of thanking the officers aud
congregation of the Baptist church
for a donation'of #10, as a mark of
appreciation for the services rendered by the department at the recent fire iu the church.
The two Liberal banners disappeared from the streets on the
night after the election. It is supposed that the Conservatives desire
to place them iu front of tbeir committee rooms in order to catch votes.
Tomorrow night is Hallowe'en,
and all citizens who love their front
gates should chain their bulldogs to
them, it will also be a wise precaution to hide all portable property.
The "Highlander" Concert company gave a very good entertainment to a large audience at the
Grand Forks opera house last Monday night.
Work has been commenced on
the third and last story of the new
Province hotel building. The brickwork will be completed in a couple
of weeks more.
The Sun man has a few million
dollars tyh ch he is willing to bet at
odds of 2 to 1 that Taft is elected
president of the United States next
John Houston Saw Defeat
Ahead and Decided Not
to Contest Seat
A. Erskine Smith, wbo lias been
spending the past summer in Vancouver and in the mining camps in
the northern part of the provipoe,
returned to the oity last Saturday
for a .short visit,   lie bus   locuted   a
roni copper-gold proposition on Portland
[^e|. canal, in tbe Prince Rupert district,
which he thinks will prove a world
,.-,,,, i   boater.
Livings Landing, Croston,   Spence 8
Bridge, Vancouver, Abbottsford and ,. Q' ?',??**?,<, ^PeHntendent   of
.,        . the   British   Columbia    Telephone
Alyncaster. company, was in the city on  Wed-
Exhibits have begun to arrive in , nesday on a tour of inspection.   Mr.
such numbers that it has been nee-  "0ll«e ,las sl"'nt tne P"8' six months
on the coast.
Victoria, Oct. 28.—The election
today by acclamation of William
Sloan, Liberal, in Comox-Ajtlin came
as a surprise to Conservative headquarters. AVfiile it was admitted
that Sloan's chances of election were
the best ol any Liberal in the province, the Conservatives thought that
his defeat could be secured if a man
sufficiently strong were put in nomination against him. This man was
thought lo be John Houston, a
former Conservative and moro latterly an independent. The Conservative organization was assured
that Houston would contest the scat
as Independent-Conservative, and
for that reason was prepared to lend
him every assistance.
On W{ong Side of Affairs
The Kelowna Courier says: "We
have'nothing but good to say of Mr.
Martin Burrell, the Conservative
candidate for Yale-Cariboo. He is it
man of estimable character and of
mental power, and he would make
a good representative if he was supporting the Liberal cause, but unfortunately he is on the wrong side
of affairs, and Im attractive personality should never deceive electors
into forgetting that be is pledged to
support the party which had eighteen years of power and was weighed
in the balance and found wanting—
eighteen years during which Canada's young men left her in thousands
for the States, when her trade was
stagnant and her national debt
steadily increasing. The thinking
man will ponder these things, and if
he votes according to bis own judgment, and not because bis father
was a Tory ora Orit, he will have no
hesitation iu marking his ballot for
Duncan Ross.
for cold storage accommodations in
this city, which are furnished freet
essary for Manager Neely to arrange j
Wm.    Dcmll,   of Montreal, president of the West Kootenay Power
, , and   Light company,   and   L.   A.
charge except in the carload contest, Campbell,   manager   of   the   same
for which a nominal fee is charged, j coinpany, were visitors in  thc city
The national apple show will bo on Wednesday,
held in tho state armory building at j Fred B. MeK'eehan, U. S. imini-1
Spokane, and an additional struc- gration inspector at Marcus, former-1
ture five times, as great, making l.v stationed at this port, was in thc i
floor space in all of 75,000 square'^ last Di8ht el(iCt'oneeri"g >«
feet.   It is  estimated from   assur-        '    . ,1
ances  already received that,there!  ,Martl"   ?Vrre'   r,'Um,<!,! to ,the
•ni i   -„ „„ ^ city on Monday from   a campaign-
will be nearly 50,000 square feet of ing trip through the Okanagan   dis-
applea on display.   Aside from the trict.
Granby Officials Visit City
Jacob Langeloth, of New York,
president of the (Iranby Consolidated; Jay P. Graves, of Spokane, vice-
president and general manager, and
bis son, Clyde Graves, arrived in lbe
Boundary on Wednesday by special
train, anil, in eompany with Manager A. B. W. Hodges, spent the day
in inspecting the company's mines at
Phoenix. Yesterday the parly visited the smelter in this oity, and discussed with Mr. Hodges the numerous improvements now under way
and contemplated at the big reduction works. The special left for the
east last night, Manager Hodges accompanying the party  to Spoknne
Mining Stock Quotations
Nkw   Yohk, Oct. 2«.-Tho Following
pre today's opening cjuotutions for  i'cj
stocks montiotitd:
Asked. Hid
Oanby Consolidated. 102.00 9800
B.C. Copper      700 (i.7o
Dominion Copper     1.00 .03^
11.   C.  Hanington  returned  this
week from Ottawa. Try our
50c per lb.
Has a
Fine Flavor
Sold only by
John Donaldson
Phone A30
Columbia Avenue
I rell and Taylor and Cowan and the
- man who stands behind them (Richard McBride) declare for a white
< Canada, know that Richard McBride
: intaljed Japanese in a shingle mill in
Kootenay by force, and that not a
j word of protest went up from Goodeve or Burrell or Taylor or Cowan,
who are now so loudly speaking for a
I white Canada?"
A Grand Forks boy, on retiring one
night  this   week, prayed for snow so
that he could use his new sled.    The
next morning   the child's mother received a telegram from  ber  husband,
; who is on bis way home from the east,
saying that he was  snowbound   in  a
small town in one of the prairie prov-
: inces.    The   mother   thereupon made
j ber son, under threats of severe punishment, refrain from praying for more
rell could render the people of this
province a greater service a^ deputy
minister of agriculture of British Columbia than as an opposition member
of the federal parliament.
Yale-Cariboo   will   do  its duty on
the 12th.
A Washington ( D.C. ) professor
snys that the rainmak ing fake is tbe
biggest fraud of the age. We apprised the people of this fact ten years
ago, but we neglected to prefix the
title "Prof." before our name, and
they would not believe us.
®1jp £lmtmg Bnn
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
I in.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:45 a.m.: Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
in.   Mitl-week prayer meeting,   Wetl-
I nesday  at IS p.m.    All are   cordially
i invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, Rev. Scblicb-
ter,—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and ":J10 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 .Ciiuhoii, Rev. 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.
Pflhlished nt Oraml Porks, British Columbia
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An explanation of the causes which
contributed to the sweeping Liberal
victory last .Monday ean be made
very briefly: The people are satisfied with Sir Wilfried^iLaurier's
broad statesmansnip, which means
a larger Canada, and are willing to
give him time to complete his work.
Tbe present prosperous condition of
the country, contrasted with the
period of depression under the Conservative regime, also played an important part in the result. And last,
but not least, the people resented
the wild and groundless eharges of
graft made against the Liberal government by the Tory press and the
Tory politicians. Had there been
any foundation to one-half of these
charges, Canada would not have
a fit country for an honest man to
live in. If the Conservatives had
adopted a comprehensive platform,
and appealed for the votes of the
people on its merits, instead of re-
sorling entirely to slander, they
would have made a much better
"Good times have' begun already,"
says Sir Thomas Shaughnessy. This
is quite natural, sinee the Liberal
government was returned to power.
But we were not aware that tbe good
times had deserted us since 1896.
Lust summer, when our American
neighbors were transacting business
with clearings-bouse certificates,
money was .plentiful on this side of
ihe line. '''        ?
We are willing to admit that it
may foreshadow political defeat, but
-still it appears to bave been somewhat
unkind of our local contemporary to
place a mouriong border around Martin Burrell's picture in its last  issue
The Liberal government is pledged
to the immediate, construction of the
Hudson Bay railway. Vote for Dan-
can Ross, and endorse tbis enterprise,
which means millions of dollars annually to the farmers of the prairie
Attorney General Bowser has
threatened to send secret service men
to the polls in this constituency. Why
did he not put a few of his detectives
on the scent of the Midway murderers!
They were needed in that instance.
In Grand Forks the issue has been
reduced to a question of loyalty to the
eity or loyalty to party tie". We
want a representative in parliament
who will be able to finish our 830,000
postoffice building.
Mr. Bowser appears to have done
effective campaigning for the Liberals
in Ontario. If he bad remained there
another week the government would
have made a clean sweep.
Tiie most effective manner in which
to condemn tbe protective tariff policy
of Mr. Borden and bis colleagues is to
vote for Duncan Ross.
A vote for Duncan Ross is an en-
dorsation of the continuation of the
immigration, settlement and development policy of the government.
Joseph Mat tin, having lost his occupation in this province, can now follow the Hindus to Honduras and
start an agitation for a "white British
I!. H. Bergeron, who has been the
Conservative member for Beauharnois, Quebec, for the past twenty-
five yenrs, and who undertook to
"roast" The Sun when he visited
Grand Forks in company with li. L.,
Borden a year ago, was badly
snowed under last Monday. Our
sphere of influence appears to be extending.
On another page in this issue of
The Sun we print the advertisement
of the department nf public works
calling fur tenders for tbe construction
of a public building nt Vernon, B. C.
The appropriation fur tbis building
was made at tbe same time the grunts
wero made for the Grand Forks and
Greenwood public buildings; and the
twdj, latter would now undoubtedly
have been itdvancud to tbe same stage
as the former if the people bad acted
witli more promptitude and unanimity
in selecting sites for them.
When tbe Hindus get to Honduras
the name of that British colony will
probably be changed to British
The indications are that Sir Wilfrid
will remain in power as long as be has
any unfinished work to perform.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has been allowed time to finish bis work. Duncan Ross has three unfinished federal
buildings in Yale-Cariboo.
Our old friend, Mr. Bergeron, met
his Waterloo in Quebec Inst Mnnniiy.
This was a moral victory for Tbe Sun.
Iiiiiu'iin Ross will be sent to Ottawa
to help Sir Wilfrid Laurier to finish
tbe Grand Trunk Pacific.
Anyway, it's impossible to defeat
the man who is determined to finish
his work.
Geo. Chappie returned this week
from Chewelah, Wa6h., where he
has completed a plumbing contract
for a new hotol. -
For Sale—Logging outfit, consisting of chains, saws, axes, sleighs,
wagons, harness, blacksmith .Tnd
cooking outfits. Inquire of Mrs.
George Taylor.
100 disk Victor records, 10-inch,
usual price 7oe eaeh, now only So.50
per doz. at W. PI. Itter's,
Prospectovs at Beverdell have done
8900 worth of work on the Rawhide
trail preparatory to more extended
development work on that promising
S3.00 ' Cut Glass Jugs now only
{51.50 fit W. II. Ittek's.
A. I). Macfarlane, former editor
of the Greenwood Times, has gone
to Prince Rupert.
For1 Sale—160 acres of good
timothy land.    Apply this office.
Sam McOrmond has purchased the
hotel and six cottages at Eholt belonging to Mrs. Kaiser.
The engagement is announced of
J. T. Beattie, manager of the Bank
of Commerce, Greenwood, and Miss
Maud Minkler,
Ezra Eddy broke bis neck last week
near Wostbrjdge by falling from a
wagpn loaded with lumber which he
was driving. He died before medical aid  could reach him.
Scratch pads, usual prices 50c a
dozen, now 20c at W. Tl. Itter's.
Fred Russell returned to the city
from Spokane lust Saturday evening.
So.00 Steel Engravings selling at
$2.50 and $3.50 at Ittkii's.
Alex McLaren, of Kamloops, provincial fruit inspector, will visit the
Grand Forks district next week,
Forty more coke ovens will be built
at Michel.
GusQuist, a Swede, 24 years of
age, left McArtliur's wood camp near
Boundary City fifteen days ago to go
to Greenwood after some goods, and
since then he has not been seen.
A professional gambler enjoys meeting un amateur who knows all about
tbo game.
A. McQueen, of V.ctnrin, was a
guest at the Vale last night.
Laurier awl n larger Canada swept
the country lust Monday.
"Hetter   terms"   for   Grand Korks
melius the election of Duncan Ross,
H   is   claimed  that there   11,000
voters in Yale-Cariboo.
The Prince  Rupert   Empire   asks;
"How   many   men   who   attend the
meetings of the Conservative Candidates in Kootenay ami in Yule and in
Westminster an I in Vancouver, jifter
hearing candidates Goodeve and   l>ur-
The minister of mines should come
from British Columbia, and Duncan
Hoss should have the portfolio,
The  people  preferred   Fielding  to
Trust-Fund Foster.
There is  not much  fruit grown in
the house of commons.    Martin   Biir-
lOTtOE i* hereby plvon tlmt on tliu llm tiny of
i 11 si-iiiriTiii'T. IOCS li was ordered by li is Honoi
Uurifte Brown, Local Jnrifte -a' Hie Suprctn<
1 Court tlmt a. 0. Button, oniHni Administrator
beiitlmlnlitratorofnllainl singular the estate
ofT E. Hnrrison, formerly of Orund Forks, li
C  deceased) Intestate.
Every person Indebted to the wild deenaB6d.ii
required to make payment forthwith to tbe tin
dctWtiedi nud every peruou in possession of
effects helonglug to the deceased la required
forthwith tn notify thefndendgned.
Kvorv creditor or other person having any
: t'lnitii upon or intoroBt in the distribution uf the
estate or the said defeased Is required before
the 19th flay of Oo ober, 1008, to send by registered letter, addressed to the underslgi»efl,hls
I namo and address and full paitlonlurs pf hia
claim or Interest* and a slatfinotit of his account, verified by statutory declaration nud the
security fil an*) he d by hiin.
1 After the said 10th daynf October, 11108, the
Admiuinratorwill proceed with the distribution of thp said entate, having regard to those
[claimsonly of wnloh he sha.il thou imve bud
|   Dated at Grand Forks, O.C„ tbe 17th  day of
Somber, 1.11)8. A. 0. SOOTON,
Official Administrator,
Graud Forks,B. O,
Dealers in all Kinds tf
Fish and Game in Season
Merry Widow Perfume
The very latest odour in Perfumes,
and just as popular as the other Merry
Widow novelties. Delicate—Lasting
phone 13      Prescription Specialists
Metal Quotations
New York, October 28.-8ilv»r, 5114
electrolytic copper, 13)^@13Jf).
London, October 28.—Silver,
lead. £13 6, 3d.
23 5 8
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer for $1 per year in advance. Tbe illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globs is worth
twice the money we ask for the two
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a Bun-
beum as to attempt to reach The Sun
rentiers by advertising in any other
Builder & Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
High grade Bicycles. A complete line of accessories. Come
in and see the 1908 models.
Wheel repairing.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery '
The Leaders In Corsets Sn,£",f •
styles and prices.
Hand-Embroidered Waist Drawn Work
Cushions and Braid Centers
Next to Mollifies', Bridge Stcet.
Winnipeg    Avenue
Parties intending to build whl do well to consult me.
Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division
of Yale Dtitriot
Where located:   In Wellington camp, south
of and  adjoining the   Reward   Mineral
Cluim. *
TAKE NOTICB that I, R. A. Henderson, act-
iuu: M agent for Q, F. Raulstou, Pree
Milier's Cortinepte No. HHI8S7, Intend, sixty
dayi from the date hereof, to apply to the
Ml ii In if Recorder for a Certificate of Im-
p 'ivimiioiii. (■)< ine purpose of obtaining a
Crown (irunt of thp above eliilm.
And funlicr take notice tlmt action, under
■eotloil 87, must lie enmmeuei'd heforethe
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this mh day of August, A.I), v.m.
Excelsior, Greenwood nntl Exchange Mineral
Claims, situate In the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale District.
Where Located: Past)Greek Camp and East
of Original Mineral Otaira,
TAKE NOTICE that I, R. A. Henderson, as
1 agent forHeymour Hirch, Free Miners' Certificate No. BI07..0, anrl P. \V. WcOrflgor, Free
Miners' Certificate No. B10718, intend, sixty
dayi from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder forri Ceitlficateof Improvements, for
the purpose of obtain ing crown grants of tho
above olalms.
And further take notice that action, uuder
section 87, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Cert ideate of Improvement*.
Dated at Urand Forks. B.C., ihis rtlhldny of
October, A.D. l'.KW
Downey s Cigar Store
A Complete Stock ok
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Rocelvod Weakly.
Postoffice   Building
rtistic Photos
Now is  the time to have them taken.    The only opportunity you will have to secure them this fall will be
The well known Vancouver Photographer next visits
Grand Forks, which will be on
•When he will remain for TWO WEEKS ONLY. Any
one desiring first-class work in bis line should not fail
to call on bim at
Studio: Winnipeg Ave., the
mmm ^
J. Hammar offers
his House and Lots
on Fourth Street for
sale for
Terms to Suit.
1 !) i) 8 .
pVKIlY nucij.-iiiiic.iit of tlio rti'llt nf 11 ^otnli
■-  AttJcnn Volniiteerenllileclto » Inn.] uninl
must lie by wuy of < neutofa mibstltuto
'""I '"."» i'i tho form iirovldtd bv tho ,\|.|
i-pecliil uth-,:!,,,, larnllc-d i.. snl,-.; ion sol
Section r, ,,i ti,,, v„i,,lit,.,., Ronnty tet 1808
which provide. Hint i„j uasltriimt)iit ,',i' (he 'rlcht
.ii,, voiuiiteur by Urn appointment nf a iiib-
btllulo shall be Bc'copled „r rMoimized bv the
li,'i„,n,„c.iii of  tin, Interior   whim   ,«' S0T
tlieuilnlstsrol Militia 3 Uuiuiil-u In favor of
the volunteer.
.1. W. GItEEKtVAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
usth September, loos.
Lauds', Ottawa.
d. C. Land Surveyor
P.O.Box 311
Grand Forks, B. G.
(New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190G.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography- geology, chemistry, ininef.-tlogv, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics und finances of
copper. ]t, is it praolcid book, useful
to nil and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the copper
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
nian. It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 463(1 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to Importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
liuuk on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facia it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for tbe
facts it gives him about milling, mining investments nnd copper statistics.
Hundreds uf swindling companies are
exposed in plain Knglish.
Price is $S iu Buckram with gilt
tup; S7.ij() in full library morocco.
Will bo sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to nny address ordered, and
muy be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory,
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor und Publisher,
45;! Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Bns'i-
ness lot on Winnipeg avenue neur
The Sun oltice. Enquire of Low
Tho  Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for gl per year.
Local advertisers  should  mako   a
| note of the fact that Tun .Sun is  the
most   widely read   paper   in  Grand
I Forks.
The V., V. & E. is hiving rails between Chesaw and Xlyncuster.
Don't get it into your head that
we are just clearing out some of our
stock. We nre closing out everything.    W. H. Itter & Co.
The majority of the striking machinists at Eholt have returned to
School Exercise Hooks, usual
price 00 each, now ll' for '25c, at W.
II. Ittkii's.
W. K. Spankie, of Greenwood,has
been appointed a commissioner [or
taking intlhs under the elections act.
Souvenir Post Curds al W. 11.
Itter's only 1.3c per doz.
.The I'hoenix 'Amalgamated.joined
the list of Boundary shippers last
week, 120 tons of ore being sent out
from the property.
Beautiful pictures, Hix^O, usual
price 50c, now 15c—away below
cost—nt W. 11. Lsteb it Cp's.
A. \V. Jennings, who was held in
(Ireenwood jail lor two weeks as a
suspect in the Midway murder, has
been released for want of evidence
sufficient to detain • him longer in
custody. Thc only evidence against
Jennings was the very improbable
story of a woman from the vicinity
of Danville, and he claims that hail
be heen given an hour nnd a half nt
Colville he eiuild huve proved thai
he was in Idaho nt the time of the
.Midway murder.
How dues it look to you? W. 11.
Itter & Co. are selling ':li)lf to 400-
page Journals and Cash Books, usual
price 82.50, for 81.00.
S. E. Belt, metallurgist for the B.
C. Copper company, was married in
Spokane recently to Miss Isabel
Yotingblood, of New Orleans. They
will reside in Greenwood.
If you only knew how cheaply
Purses, Ohattelaine Bags, Wallets,
etc., are selling at Itteb's you would
make footprints on the sands of time
to procure some.
Mrs. J. C. Kemp, provincial commander, is in the Boundary and expects to organize hives of thc Ladies
of the Maccabees of the World in
Phoenix and Greenwood.
Guitar StringB tiOc a dozen at W.
H. Itteb's.
Midway has been made the distributing point for West Pork mail.
The Beverdell stage will leave Midway instead of Greenwood every
Saturday, and return Mondays;
Good milch cow, party Jersey,
and calf for sale.   Apply this olliee-
E. Foyle Smith, of Greenwood,
and Miss Hancock, of England,
were married in Revelstoke last
week. The couple will make their
future home in Greenwood.
100 Columbia cylinder records,
usual price 35c each, now selling at
$2.00 per doz., at W. H. Itteb's.
Olive Oil   and   Cucumber,
li cakes for 25c.
Oatmeal Snap, (i cakes for 25c
Castile Soap, Virgin Brand,
20c per lb.
Buttermilk,      ')
11 ,..  lc        f
KWi ,25c a IX::,
And a complete line of all
the well known Snaps and
Toilet Articles.
,i- ■;■'■
Hotel Co!?n
Opposite Great NorthcM Station
P. D. M-.-[jonauiv Proprietor
Recently completed mi'l
iwly furnished throng.-
,, .. tiT'^TTffe   l|Cr'..- '■..V'lftijE:/, SL v„ill„,,.,„..,.   l-'l„.|i„. „f
VSL.-ttM- |fj.Bl   :-!!
■ •> . J.Jf-* :M;i   .iiwcysin
.-- a .,,._. _.7_ ^^sv-y-^a    Granii Forks, B. C
r n
Phone 35 P.O. Box 385
k Mort Valuable Agent.
The glycerin© employed In Dr. Pierce's
medicines greatly enhances tho medicinal
properties which It extracts from native
medicinal roots and holds in solution
much better than alcohol would. It also
possesses medicinal properties of Its own,
being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic and antfferment. It adds
greatly to the efficacy ofthe Black Cherry-
bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Queen's root, contained In
"Golden Medical Discovery" in subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,
throat and lung'affections, for all of which
theso agents are recommended by standard medical authorities.
In all cases where there is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stomatfh, as In thc early stages of con-
sumnxipn, there can be no doubt that glycerine/acts as a valuable nutritive and
aids me Golden Seal root. Stone root,
Queenjfl root and Black Chcrrybark in
Sroinuiui?ingestion and building up tho
esh anWsircngth, controlling the cou^h
and brinci/ng about a healthy condition
of tho wliile system. Of course, it must
not be emected to work miracles. It will
not curoUonsumptlon except in its earlier
stages. It will jjfljfl asm ppyprfij/iMj;
n;il£ihnng*ffB. ch^gii'<;._x'-'^'ri,^- •ti'ii^}1 ■J
aji\TitfJnKi*]\ \rn||nif>fif anp; clirpnlC, sqro
tnWflnviifi noarseness. In acute cougfiu
ItTanotsoeil'ectivi;. iris In tbe lingering
hang-on coughs, or those of long standing,
even when accompanied by bleeding from
lungs, that it lias performed its most
marvelous cures.
Prof. Flnley Elltngwood, M. D., of Bennett Med. College, Chicago, says of glycerine:
"In dyspepsia it serves an excellent purposo.
Holding a fixed Quantity of the peroxide uf
hydrogen In KoluLlon.lt is one of the best
manufactured producte of tbe present time in
it* action upon enfeebled, disordered stomachs, especially If there is ulceration or catarrhal gastritis (ciitnrrh.il Inflammation of
Stomach), it is a most efficient preparation.
Glycerine will relievo many cases of pyrosis
(heartburn) and excessive gastric (stomach)
"Golden Medical Discovery" enriches nnd
purifies tbe Muod curing blotches, pimples,
eruptions, scrofulous swellings and old sores,
or ulcers.
Send to pr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, X. Y..
for free booklet telling all ahout tbe native
medicinal-roots composing 'his wonderful
medicine   There is no alcohol In lu
An exact and curious observer,
who adniitoo tliu workmanship of the
Groat Master, is undoubtedly much
inure acceptable to linn than one of
tlio herd, who, like the beast incapable oil reason, looks on this glorious
scene with the eyes of u dull aud unconcerned spectator.
A clever doctor can induce a woman
to take any kind of medicine for her
complexion, jttor her obesity, though
uickles put on a sou,- fuoe, she would
waste hei* form away to a shallow if
the doctor ordered, for of such is the
vanity of woman.
.Some ignorant persons cannot discern the difference between well
merited praise and flattery: Jealous,
selfish, envious, even malicious, these
persons want praise, but never get it.
Home should bu tlio sweetest and
happiest place ou earth; its purity
and sanctity will be Qirted with only
by tbe morally blind and corrupt.
Speaking of abilities—there is the
baby just nicely, cleanly dressed and
the eoal uucket temporarily forgotten
und allowed to remain iu reach.
Monkeys do not claim any relationship with us, but we must admit
some connection when We see them
stealing aud looking innoce/ot.
Speaking of luck—tin-re's the man
whose wife keeps sweet vvhen he unexpectedly takes company home to
lunch ou wash day.
Did you ever notice the distinct
and caret'ui enuncuilion of the young
lady-who has just become thu possessor of a gold tooth?
One woman's idea of economy is to
take an old tf lU hat and lix it over at
a eost of 3?lo so that it will look Jiko
The rule of the road, "keep to the
right," applies to life's road as well
I as to mundane roads.
Wo may be content witli our lot in
j life, but how about that place over
j the Great Divide?
The reason that babies are so ex-
[pensive is because the stork has such
a long bill.
Don't hide your light under a
[ bushel --use a telluctor and make the
most of it.
The meek may inherit the earth,
but the mortgage is held by the other
fellow, .^.
Home fellows who blow their own
horn imagine they arc the whole band.
Success that docs not bring happiness is but another iiuiuo   for  failure.
Tho chickeulcss' hen usually does
more than \mt" share of cackling.
That is a good lesson on patience
whicli is learned through pain.
You are growing old when vou begin to worry about the wrinkles.
A gallows bird may be found roosting on many a family tree.
The mother-in-law is no joke when
the baby is sick.
Girls look upon ull young widows
OS hopeless iiirts.
Helping the helpless is heaven's
first law.
People who borrow trouble pay
usury.        .   (
Self-help is about the best uplift.
Well earned, fully enjoyed.
I: Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering  Neatly Done.
r. mccutgheon
Ruihvn.v Hclc of Hritish (Itiliimbl „■'■„■
liciroeatoodecl Ipy mi.v nurson « hi. i- the Ix-urf
of it Fcimtly. or nu y mftlci over eighteen .lours
of nsie, to the extent of one.qnnrter seotion
of toil in it., more or le-i
Entry must li<> liinclo personally :it the loan]
Inml nfffuofor the dUirlcjt In whfah the Inml
The homesteader is  reciulredto perform
the conditions oouneoted tlierewltl 'lor
oooof t,„, tullowtnn plans:
(1) \t i.ii-i „i.\ months' resldonae niion and
cultivation of tin. lund In eaoh rear fortlirfee
131 Wrr>  I yours-
--II   '■It''U       121 I' "i" falhertor iniiihiir. If the fnther Is
1   o      I     deceased), ofthe homesteader resld noon
'li lloUUil ■farm In Hie vicinity uf the land entered for,
tho reciiiiremenls us to residence muc linsut*
Isfieil by such person rosldliiK witli in,, fntlior
oi mother.
Ill) If tlio settlor hns his peruimient resi'
deuce cipnii fnrmliiB inml owned hy lilm in
tho vicinity of his liOtnnstead.thn reililiro*
meats ns to residence may ho sittislio.l l,v
residence upon the intil luud.
I .six mouths' notice in ivriliiiflr should bo
nrlveii the Commissioner nf Dominion Lauds
ui Ottawa of intention to niu.lv foi pntent.
Coul Coul mining rights mav lio leased
for u period of twenty-e years ui an annual rental of $l.uo per acre: Not moro t Nun
J.f.iin iioros shall be leased to one Individual or
cotnpuny. A royulty nt the rate of five cents
per tun shall be oolleoted on the merchantable coul mined,
w. w.coitv,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
X.H.-Uiiiiutliorizod   publication  of   tltfl
advertisement will notice paid tor.
Try the New
Lunch Counter
Tuttle Building-
First Street
LeRoy Stevens, Proprietor
A.QBNT rott—
Loudon MikiuiI Kire Tusuraiice Co,
MonIron] it1111 Ciiiuitiii,
Ami ittlt- c '■iii.-'tiniiHl coinimulCB.
Prints more live Boundury news than
nny other jutjier published in llif
district. The price of Tiik Sun is
only Sl.QO per year one-half the oohI
of its corapetitoiH, Tiik .Sin is never
un the fence reg Lrding questions of
publio in te rent, Tn,; Si v is an-
knowledged ti* be ono of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
tho province, Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will havo their
money refunded by calling at theoiflca
of publication,
Thk Evkkikg Son and the Toronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
$1.00 per year in advance.
Tmk Evening Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press und Prairie Farm-
or and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, £-'.00 per year in
Carpets Gleaned nnd hu'vi.
(furniture Renalredi Uphol-
stercd mid uleaued, ami
otiifi- jt.iis in the house-
cleaning line. Rubber Tires
for llnby Carriage!.
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year,   Single Copy, 10 Gls.
Sample Copy Free.
47 W. S8TO ST., NBW VuHC
tMIL LARSEN. proprietor
Hot nml Cold Uollii. Nloely Vnriilthed
St..vc-lli.,cic.l   i: ,.„„-.     Bntlrcilv r«
riinililied nml, rated Utraiml	
Plr.t.cla.i   bonrd 1.1  ilay, wcmli or
ii.oiilli.  Bppolnl ratne to .touch board.
I'iiicHt iltir in ' itv in ('oii.ii-1'II..ii.
Three bottlcn of cold  Nelson   Beerj
60c.   Lion Bottling Works.
Thk Sun is roud l»\- everyb cly he-
cause it prints ull the Boundnry news,
ttnreive both Ladies and Gentlemen tu re«I«
dent ui daj itndpuUi Iiah a uoinptete Com*
nit-rotator Huvinem Coursei |ii \-.w-- sttj-
tlcnttttu train Tcaohetii1 Certificate! ->f nil
B;radp«j irivei the four yeari' cutirse tr.i the
U, A.defiree, and thefirtt jrearofthe School
..f Menco course, in atlllirttiou with the To*
rontri UiiiviTbit.v; Im* h special proipeotoft*
nn,,- foi tiifnenmhowork in \> C. EuaLruo*
tion ih nho (.-iv ii in Art Utisic, Physlwil * ul-
tnr<? innl Blootitfoii. Tci'ii. opens Sept. ll,
i;»i ■.   I or ' alondars. •■!'•.. address
CuMj'Mi:i.\N ' "U.l.iii..
Tin- Suit iiini tin1 Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81.00 per year.
Bicycles and Ukfaih Work—A
complete line <>t' 1908 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap, Wheels
to rent.   Geo.   Cuapplb, Winnipeg
Avenue. if
CEAIcEDTENDERSaddreSsed to the l,.r-
J signed, nud endorsed "Tender for Publio
Hnildtnsr. Vernon. HO.." will-be rcoeivednt
this olli.'« nnlil 4.8(1 P.M.on l''i'idiiv,N'ovoinl,i.r
2iitl,'l'ii\ fcii-llii, construction uf u Publio
Building lit \ erne,,,.
Plans and Rpeoliloatlons cm l,o seen, unci
forms of lender obtained, nt this Depart*
ment, and on applloatlon to tlio Postmaster
lit \ ernoti.
Persons tendering; arejnotlfled Hint tenders
will  n»t be eonsidere.l   unless nillde   („, the
printed form supplied, andslgued with their
neliln] sterna lures.
Klleli tender must lie tieeom,i„nleil by nu
Ill-rented ohoqueon  II ehurtered luilill, liuiile
payable to the ord f the Honourable the
Mlniater of Publio Works il to tenner
rent II 0.] of the   nmoiiiit of   the   tender,
whioh » ill lie forfeited If tl erson tendering deollne to enter Into a.oontraot when
enlled liiiou to du so. or If lie fail to eoinnlete
Hie work contracted for. If the tender lie
not acaepted the oheque will lie returned.
Ihe 111 it t does nol |,i,„l itself   to ill-
i-ept the lowest or unv tender. ,
By Order,
lleimrliiiiintof Public Works.
Ottawa, Ootober 2ii, urns
Newspapers will not lie paid for this advertisement If they lusert it without aiithorlty
f loin tlm Department.
ffOOC per lOOOf.o. b.
30.A.0 Grand Forts.
mill at once. Bert Campbell is in
charge of this mine. There are a
number of other properties in the
Danville camp on which active development has been started, and the
mineral showings look exceedingly
(ine us a whole.
Address :
Mining at Danville
A report from Danville says that
mining in that camp is looking better than ever before. Several properties are now being operated which
bave been lying idle for a long time.
The Lucile Dreyfus has recently resumed work, and is now shipping
good grade ore to the Northport
smelter at the rate of 30 tons a day.
The Lone Star and Washington,
near Danville, and owned by the
British Columbia Copper company,
are now being tested wilh a diamond
drill, and 90 feet of 826 ore has
beer, cut. On the Knob Hill, heretofore known as Jthe Faithful Surprise, they are driving a 1500-foot
tunnel, and are now in nearly 1000
feet. This property is in high-grade
milling ore. The Knob Hill people
are making arrangements to build a
Good Home Recipe
Get from any prescription phar-
11110181 the following:
Fluid Extract Dandelion,[one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon,oneouncej
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Shake well in a bottle and take a
teaspoonful dose after each meal and
again ut bedtime.'
The above is considered as thc most
certain prescription ever written to
relieve backache, kidney trouble,
weak bladder, and all forms of urinary difficulties. This mixture acts
promptly on the ehmintttive tissues
of the kidneys, enabling them to
iilttr and strain the uric acid and
other waste matter from the blood
whioh causes rheumatism.
Some persons who stiller with the
afflictions may not feel inclined to
place much confidence in this simple mixture, yet those who have
tried it say the results are simply
surprising, the relief being effected
without the slightest injury to the
the stomach or other organs.
Mix some and give it a trial. It
certainly comes highly recommended. It is the prescription of an eminent authority, whose entire reputation, it is said, was established by it.
A druggist here at home," when
asked, stated that he could either
supply the ingredients or mix the
prescription for our readers, also
recommends it as harmless.
was the magnificent opening for
British capital which bona fide flotation offered, and this will be the
view generally expressed. I spent a
month in British Columbia, visiting
Victoria, Nanaimo, Rossland,Greenwood and Trail, and look for investments next year, which I shall recommend, of many million pounds."
were present to see   the  courier off
on bis first run.
Thanksgiving day this year will
be observed on November 9th—
the king's birthday. The commercial travelers were active in having
this date designated, for tho reason
that it gives them the time from
Saturday until Tuesday  for leisure.
Mining in British Columbia
After John Ashworth, the great
English mining expert, got back to
Winnipeg he had this to saw about
mining in British Columbia: "My
owu opinion is that British Columbia will become in the near future
the great mining centre for British
capital. At all events it should be.
What imdressed me and those who
were with me on the excursion
through the various mining   centers
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 11)0(1  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit ,	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stem winder. Phoenix.
Idaho,  Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Hoy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle 	
Preston. Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skvlark Camp.,,
Bay, Skylark .*	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, G recti wood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscel laneous	
shipments of   Boundary  mines
2.907 1908   Past Week
613,537 819,l-.'fl       21,840
135,001 15,707         2,580
208,3i!l 189,096         9,07-1
14,481 59,138             (S80
Total, tons	
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter.
1,131,287        33,29-1
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,070,917        30,304
Rural Mail Service at Coast
Last week a courier left the Aran-
couver postoffice on the lirst rural
free mail delivery route since the
service was instituted by the Dominion government. The route is
from Vancouver to Terra Nova, on
Lulu island, and has twenty-two
patrons, This will be known as |
Vancouver route Xo. 1, (tnd will he*
a great convenience, There are 320
mail routes in the Vancouver postal
district, and applications for the
rural free delivery are being madej
rapidly. Postmaster R. F. Mac-
pherson and  ex-Postmaster   Miller
Good paying business for sale. In-
buire at Sun ulllee.
Special Old Port $1 per gallon.
Lion Bottling Works.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c. Lion
Bottling Works.
Wo have a large supply of all kind
of visiting cards in stock, and the
most fashionable styles of type to
print them with.  The Sun Job Office.
Geo. E. Massie, the reliable tailor,
has a large stoek of the latest put-
terns of imported goods. Suits 818
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
Tun Sun job office.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
/        _   Wedding Stationery.
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printer}'.
fiOOn PRINTING—tho kin<1 we tl0—is in itself an
uuw 1-HHtlJ.Il.lU advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock ajid workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Pacific Hotel
First-class In every renpect,
Siunple rooms fur ooinmer-
(ilitl travelers.
Hot nml Cold flattis.
linr in Connection.
Finest Hritnritiof Wines,
Liquors and Dinar*.
Total to    Latest      Per
Date.       Dute.   Slinre
Authorised r—bhabkb—.     Pnid
Namk op company. ■ Capital.   Issued: Par.      mini.
Granby Coti»plldated-Oopper...$»,0O0,QI»    13.1.000 Sioo $1,820,000 »2,988,8«0Sept. 1007 ja.oo
Cariboo McKlnicey-Oolcl     1,8501000  1,250jOOO     11-....j..^ 5j6,837;Feb. J*H     'SS
Providence- Silver                    Ml 1100       81000      S5          111.000 88.221 Sept. 1000      .50
H.     Co peV-Copper'            ....    8,000,0110     503,000     $5           201,200 .Sept. 1007     .04
For Homes Orchards and
Residence Grounds.
Oou Motto:
Not the cheapest in price
but  the best  in quality.
Itiirhank's New Stoneless
Gapital city Nursery Company
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing i Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Dooh North of (Jiiaxhy Hotel,
Fihst Street.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from, all trains.
TelephoneAl 29
Rutherford Bhos., Props.
60  YEARS'
Tbade Marks
CopynioHTt Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch end description may
(nlclclr ascertain our opinion free wlietlier
iCTontlon iaprotlalilypiiteiitiiiilq. Ccmiiiiuiil
tloiiBRtrlotlycnntldonttiU. HANDBOOK onl'ntei
sent fine. Oldest epency for aecurlnf —*— "~
1'iitonta taken through Munn & I
rjxclal notice, without charge, In the
Scientific American.
Geo. E. Massie will have a display of ladies' tailor-made garments
at his store during the first week
in October.
We curry the most fashionable stoek
of wedding stationery in the Uoun
dury country. And wo are tho only
olliee in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job olliee,
Hefore closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
Show cards for widnows and insido
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    Sun Job Otlice.
Agents Wanted—16x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each.
You cun make 400% profit or 836 per
week. Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 W.
Taylor St., Chicago, 111.


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