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 Zhe
Sun.
Ninth Year—-No. 5.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. December 4, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
A
H. W. Collins Represents the
District at the Spokane
Apple Show
Made Entries in Four Contests—Awarded Four ■
Frizes
SCHOOL REPORT
The following is the report of tho
Grnnd Forks publio sohool, as compiled by Principal May, for the
month of November:
Per
Cl'llt un
112 02
112.118
85 71
S9.88
85 (it
9i.B_)
8.'l 29
Division.
En-
rolled
.. .. 40
Actu.
Hi.
5111'„'
815JJ
6011
biiU'.o
979 jj
772; I
1081
507014
4010
Aver-
ae •.   {
24.14
1)7 07
Three	
  35
  12
30,00
37.75
  52
42 52
Six	
Total,,.
1908	
:i7
5'J
291
 282
3511
49.14
257.75
245 80
88 57
87 1(1
Mr. H. W. Collins, the well
known fruit grower on tbe Covert
estate, hns returned from the Na-
tiohal Apple Show in Spokane. He
hnd entries in four contests, and was
awarded a prize in each one. In the
plate exhibit of Baxter apples he
was awH'iirdeil .first prize: in the one-
box exhibit of Wagener apples, second prize; in the pyramid display of
~>0 apples, third prize, and in the 10-
box display of Mcintosh Red apples,
third prize. Mr. Collins states that
the competition at the show was
very keen, there heiiif entries from
every fruit growing district in the
northwest. Mr. Collins deserves a
"rent deal of eredit for liis enterprise
in milking a representative display
at the show from this valley without
receiving any aid from anybody.
The expense, be snys, attached to
collecting uu-eMiii.ii and for transportation is considerable, and in
future,   unless  aid is forthcoming
from other sources, be Will he compelled tu discontinue making displays at fairs.
NEWSOFTHECITY
"Liquid Refreshments" at a
"Smoker" in Davis' Store
Cause Damage
Difference...    9     1U%   1105      1.41
The names of the pupils who   made
perfect attendance during month of
November follows:
DIVISION   1—W. II. M. MAY,   PRINCIPAL.
Allen, Timothy      Henderson, Mona
Barlee, M MeCnlluni, C
Bower, Herbert      McEwen, A.
Covert, Dorothy     Miller, Harry
Fraser, T Newbauer, K
Galloway, G. Sloan,  Hugh
Galloway, Maggie Stuart, Edna
Gaw, Ida Crump,  M.
DIVISION II— MISS 11. DRAPER, TEACHER.
Barnum,   Herbert Munro, Auluy
Forrester, Pearl     Helium Annie
Galloway, George   Bushluigh, Vivian
Gilpin, Florlince    Simpson, .lennie
Gilpia. May Walker, Forest
Lyden, May Walker, Sndie
Mclllwaine, Amy Barron, Grace
Mclnnis, Harold Spinks, Grace
McLeod, Carson
DIVISION III—MISS K. DRAPER, TEACHER
Burns, Li I a Michener, Ivia
Craig, Jeaimette    Michener, Avia
Anniversary of Eight-Hour
Workday for Smeltermen Celebrated
520 ttood Stories
Tbe Youth's Companion abounds
in stirring stories of adventure and
heroism. One may describe an escape from accidental peril, another a
strange encounter with wild creatures
—man or beast.
Many of these stories nre true as
tn (nets, and only disguised as to
names and places. A score or more
of such stories will be published during 1910 in addition to nearly 200
others—250 good stories in all, and
no two alike. And this is not counting the serial stories, which it is believed will be considered by old
Companion readers as the best The
Companion has ever published.
this week is amateur night, which
will he held on Thursday next, lie
cember 9th. Entries are free, and
the management invites all amateurs
to enter. Singing, talking, dancing
or musical acts will be accepted, but
entries must be received by tne management before 6 p.m. on Thursday. A prize of $5 will be awarded
to the contestant getting the loudest
applause. A splendid stage is being erected for tbe occasion, and a
thorough treat for local theatre-goers
is predicted.
WON GOLD MEDAL
Cooper, Ralph
Frankovitcli, L
Fritz, Marie
lUy, Owftld
Munro, Annie
Miller, Leslie
Ployart, Louie
Heid, Vera
Stendal,   William
Tracy, U.m.rid
Crumps, Edward
Jeff Davis & Co.'s new S3o,000
business block had a narrow escape
from destruction by lire early Friday
morning. While burning some rubbish in the big grate built for this
purpose in the basement, the
draught must have pulled some
burning pieces of paper through
the chimney, and the wind blew
these into the storeroom in the back
end of the store. The lire wns discovered by J. VV! Rutherford H. A.
Sheads, who endeavored to quench
the Hames without the aid of the
lire department, but were unsuccessful. With the assistance of tho brigade, however, the Hames were
shortly extinguished, but not until
about $1000 worth of damage had
been done, mostly from water.
JOHN KINO, TEACHER,
Kerriiii, Itennio
MeLeod, J
Massie, H.
.Sloan, Paulino
Spraggett, Alice
Stendal, Kenneth
Tisac, Mary
McCallum, Ulric
Heaven,, A.
DIVISION iv—MR.
Anliel, Gladys
Bruntier, Hilda
Bowen, H.
Barnum, G,
Donaldson, S.
Gill, R.
Gilpin, Arthur
Howard, John
Kriscliki, Ruth
Kellecher, Lydia    Craig, E.
Kellecher, L. Nelson, .1.
DIVISION V—MISS IRENE MUOIIK.TKAI'IIKII
Clarke, Arthur Gaw, Hattie
Hickey, Muriel O'Brien, James
Chappie, Florence Verzuh, Katie
Ryan, Gordon Ham. Lam
Herr, John Davis, Archer
Bower, Beulah Meikle, Mildred
Larson, Edith Frankovitch, Olgu
Knight, Lydia MoIlwaiiie,Gwenny
Stafford, Katie Stewart, Anna
Frankovitch, Amy MacLeod,  Dorothy
Cheplo, Mary Lv'len, James
Quinliran, Ray Helium, Thomas
Mayhew, Griffin Wing Chow
Hartinger, Frank Rrouillette, Bertie
Every new   Cniindinu   subscriber | Jlulic, Anna
will lind it of special   advantage   to division vi—jane BLtiiorr, teacher
send   nt once the $2.00 for the new Brrnum, Aurena   Hull, Reggie
11)10 Volume.  Not only does be get Benson, Hope
the beautiful   "Venetian"   Calendar Burns, Dorothy
i Carlson, Arthur
Kelleher,  Earl
Krisohki, Chads
MoCallum, Sarah
Meikle, Willie
Miller, Ross
Miehelier, Margaret
Dinsmore,Herbert Stafford, Agnes
Downey, Alfred Walker, Violet
Frit/.,  Francis
DIVISION VII—lllll.l.lH 01.01 SO. TKAI'III.II
Received  atUiip,,, Laura]
Anderson, Anna
Brunner, Clara
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS   fcby,__Anna
I Dully, violet
K. It. Glpin. cisterns ollicer nt this I Dully, Francis
port, makes the following detailed reportl Daley, Ross
of tbe customs receipt* at  the various | ])ajey   Charlie
Elmore, Marion
for   1010,    lithographed in thirteen,,.,       ,    ,.
, 11  i       ii  i    i .Chappie, rarma
colors and gold, but all the issues of j Cucl.rum!, Blair
The Companion for   lhe  remaining;Cooper, George
weeks   of   1909 from  the time the
siih.-cription is received.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
Companion Building, Boston, Mass.
New   Subscriptions
this Olliee.
The joint union smoker held in
the Miners' Union hull on thc night
of December 1st, in celebration "f
tbe fourth anniversary of the eight-
hour workday for British Columbia
smeltermen, was an immense sue
cess. All the numbers on the long
and varied program were lustily encored and highly appreciated by nil
present. Suitable and appropriate
speeches were mude by a nuniher of
loeal business men and friends ol
organize.! labor, including Messrs.
John A. McKinnon, Jell Davis,
Ernest Miller, M.L.A., I). D. Munro, Fred Clark, Gus Parker, Frank
Hutton and others. Snugs were
rendered by Messrs. John Fair, Tim
O'llara, (1. Elliott, W. Ferry, (ie...
Petter, Siltll Gaw, John Bugler and
others. James McLellan couldn't
be beaten in a recitation, nor Win.
Tielanians in an accordion Bolo,
The refreshments helped the conviviality on this occasion, and the:
evening's entertainment wound up
with a boxing tournament for light- !
weights nml middle-weights, in
.vbieh the cash prizes were evenly,
divided nn necotiiil of the luniiv
good puints displayed by all the
contestants.
Mr. Drury, government railway
inspector, passed through tbe city
last Monday for the west to inspect
the recently completed section of
the V., V. & E. between Keremeos
und Princeton. He was joined at
this point by Superintendent Morgan and District Agent Kistler. It
is expected thut this portion of the
road will be opened tn passenger
trallic before the end of the present
month.
The big union show played tn a
crowded bouse on Monday
ii ght lust. The motion pictures
were of an unusually high order of
merit, and the farce comedy, entitled "A Woman of Few Words,"
brought the bouse down with roars
of laughter. The $5 prize was won
by Wm. Penrose, and the pie eating
contest caused much mirth. All
three contestants secured a cash
prize. The shovy will continue at
the opera hotisr each Monday night
with an increased program.
British Columbia Apples at
Colonial Fruit Show in
London
Most of the Prizes Awarded
Canadian Growers Go to
This Province
A nuniher uf prizes were won by
British Columbia fruit growers at
the Colonial Fruit Show, which was
opened in the Horticultural building, London, England, on the 1st
inst. by Princess Louise. The following are Canadian prize winners:
Government of British Columbia,
for apples, gold medal; Kaslo district, silver gilt Banksian mcdaljSalt
Spring island, Nanaimo, B.C., silvir
gilt Knightinn medal; C. T. Cooney,
silver Knightian medal; Stirling and
Piteairs, silver gilt Banksian medal;
Okanagan Fruit union, silver gilt
Knightian medal; Mrs. J. Smith,
silver gilt Banksian medal; Victoria
district, silver Knightian medal;
province of New Brunswick, silver
gilt medal; D. W. Peters, Queens-
town, N.B., silver medal; F. A.
Hubbard, Burton, silver medal; .1.
P. Bclyea, Lower ougeluwu, N. B.,
silver medal.
Ariin D. Bush, nf Phoenix, and
Miss Frances Rossie Coutts, of this
city, were married at the home of
the bride's mother, in Columbia, on
Wednesday, December 1, Bev. F.
W.   Auvache  performing tbe cerc-
llinnv.
Mr. M. S. Middleton, assistant
horticulturist of lhe provincial government, will speak to the members
of the Kettle Valley Farmers' Institute on Monday, December 13th, at
S o'clock in the evening, in the city
hall.   Subject, "Horticulture."
Skating on the slough is now
good, and the young people of the
city are taking advantage of this opportunity to enjoy healthful ourdoor
wintei sport.
('. C, Lane and family left on
Monday for Spoknne, where Mr.
Lane will engage in business.
Mrs.   A.   B. W. Hodges   left   on
Monday for Spokane   fnr   a   week's
visit tnd to Mr. Hodges on  his   re-
Judge Brown mi Wednesday heard turn from a trip to California,
the case nf Ilouliock   vs. Hartinger,
an acltun ill which plaintiff alleged
that defendant bad purloined some
of his empty beer kegs. The action
was dismissed, and the kegs ill question were returned to Heubeck. The
plea that the kegs were left in the
Hartinger brewery by Vogel, who
had   a   lease on  the   brewery two
Miller, Tony
Massie, Helen
Moir, Eva
Peterson,   Walter
Ployart, Claud
Bebiirn, Jeannettr
Hashleigh, Gladys i >',illrs a8°> destroyed prool of   niten
The Ladies' Aid of Knot Presby
terian church will hold a bazaar and
sale of work on December 11.
T. S. Watte is now head electrician of the Granby smelter, having
been appointed to this position tn
lill the vacancy caused bv the resignation nf ('. E. Lane.
Official Count
The following are the official figures
for Grand Forks riding uf the provincial election, held on the 2 5th  ult., as
reported by   Returning
Officer
Ker-
man:
Mc-
Pater
Ue-
Miller. Innis
son.
jected
Grand Forks...SKI    77
(i.s
8
Phoenix 137 23V
(17
s
8
1
Cascade    83    11
1
Bannock    1(1     5
5
1
Totals nit; :s:5-l    150 19
Majority for Miller over Mclnnis,
182.
Total number of ballots east, 1010.
The vote on the loeal option plebiscite in this district was:
Grand Fm
Phoenix..
Carson...
Cascade...
Bannock..
Totals..
For.  Against. Bejected
.lino
..233
. 13
. 33
.. 20
158
147
328
21
61
METEOROLOGICAL
Stendal, Alice
Shannon,  Marion
Schielie,  Fritz
Stewart.Vlai'guerite
Sloan, Francis
pub-cuHtnuiH offices, as reported to the
. liief olliee ill this eity, tor the month or
November: Forrester, Kay
Grand Fork* $3,519.10 Larsten, Walter
Phoenix  1.147.511  Mulieh, Teresa
CaCHile        88 04
t:,"98n _J"Jl'   Mining Stock Quotations
Total S48I11.501     ., „ ..       .,     ,,.,      (,|
■ .   j    New   Yoiik, Dec. 8.—The follow-
,     „ l ing are today's opening quotations for
A.   Williams,   superintendent
Granby smelter, nnd   family
into the house formerly
occupied by Mr C4eo. Wooster.
There are over 300 men
th,
. „„_,' stocks mentioned;
on the new Canadian Pacilic brunch , Asked.
from Phoenix to Wellington camp. QranbyConsolidated, 100.00
Tracklaying will be commenced soon.  B. C. Copper      7,25
Bid
98.00
7.12.1
tion to steal. »
ul' th
"..The Dreamland, the new picture u„vemover)
theatre, continues to attract largi
crowds every night. No doubt tlu
handsome diamond ring to be given Mrs. T. G. MacLeod and family
away New Year's night is a grent hnve moved into Jeff Hammar's
drawing card, though the pictures house on Fourth sireet, where they
are always very clear and entertain- will residediiring lhe winter months,
ing. Miss Jean Mackenzie's singing Mr. MacLeod will occupy the Crisis always of a very high order and ton pastorate for two months and
greatly enjoyed.    An inovation   for ihen proceed to Kaslo.
The    foil.
wing  are   the     rem
ings
showing the
minimum temperature for
each   day
lining   the    week    I'll
hug
December 3
1009:
MIS.
1 KM.
Saturday.,,
23
Sunday ....
35
Monday,...
ll
Tuesday....
28
Wednesday
2n
23
ii
11 \IM\1.I..
The I'tfCO
.1 uf the   rainfall   al
thi.
since the installation ol  i lie  go
.•ru
ment   rain
gauge   on Cooper   1
ros .
ranch is:
IN
IIBS
1 IH
1   17
November
Bain 	
1. 10
2., o
Metal Quotations
Nkw YoitK, Dei). 3.—Silver, 51};
'leeirolvlie copper, 12;.  13.
Loxno.v, Deo ::. -Silver, 23 9-llij
end, £12 17- ii.1. JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER.
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD, B. C
tTlir Sbntuui Bun
Published at Qraud l'.,rlc. BrlHi h Columhia.
Q. A. Kvans...
...Bd.tor nml Pnbllalier
A llll' of till'. I'il|,"i'.'ili. I..'si'.'.. ;.t tin, "III",'
„t Mmra. K.   A .1. Ilnr.ly * ''..., 'Kill ..ml :l'.'.
P,.,.t sn t. K.O., I, Inn,  i;.i ■ I ....I, f_-■—. .,[
eharirr, «.«l that firm "ill ho irln.l to receive
■ohtcrl iitloni nml advorl Isemetiti on .mr behalf.
flCHSCtlllTlUN HAIKU 1
One Year S1.S0
Om. Year (In eavanoe)  l.no
Advertising ratei fnrnlaho.] nn mm
l.ctriil notices, m mul t. oetiti per line.
A.l.irnss iill ootnniuntaatloiii to
Thk Evening Sun,
Phohb int        Orano Fours, B.C.
SATURDAY,  DEC,   I.   1909
Tbe next excitement in the city
will he the municipal eleclion. It is
to be hoped that more interest will
be taken in this event thnn there
was Inst yenr. We need a good city
government in 1910,
Limburgar cheese is snid to be a
sure cure for cancer. But the remedy is worthless. No antidote hns
yet been discoveren to counterac the
effects of limburger cheese.
England is iiltely to have more
trouble over her budget, than British
Columbia hnd in settling her rail-
way policy.
It is not too early to commence to
make active preparations for the
fair which is to be held in Grand
Forks next fall.
Local Option in Sweden
irom Gottcnhurg, Sweden, a correspondent writes: The difficulties
under which wine and spirit mer
chnnis labor nowadays here may he
judged from iho following incident
When I went to buy a bottle nf
whisky the other dny I was told:
"We are not allowed to sell wine or
spirit over the counter." "What in
the world do you mean?" I asked.
"No.itiniist he ordered in advance."
''But 1 want the whisky at once."
Thc assistant meditated and then
snid: "If you go across the street
and telephone to us from the cigar
shop we can supply it." I telephoned
and live minutes Inter I hnd the
whisky. I went fnr another bottle
the next day nnd found that the
legulblions had become more strin
gent. Although I hnd ordered it y
telephone, I was not allowed to tnke
it home myself!
i I expostulated nnd the wine merchant snid: "But if yotirson here
with you will accept sixpence lor delivering lhe bottle at your house I enn
let you have the whisky ;it puce."
My son had no objections.
Fiee Seed Distribution
By direction of the minister of
ngricultvre a distribution is being
made ibis season nt samples of su
perior sorts of grain and potatoes lu
Canadian fanners for the improvement of seed. The stock for distribution hns been secured mainly
from the experimental farms,Indian
Head, Sask., Brandon, Man., nml
Ottawa, Out. The samples consist
of oats, spring wheat, barley, pens,
Indian corn (for ensilage only), nnd
potatoes. The quantity of outs sent
is 4 lbs., and of wheat or hurley 5
lbs., sufficient in each case to bow
one-twentieth of an acre. The samples of Indian corn, peas antl potatoes weigh 3 lbs. each. A quantity
uf euch ofthe following varieties has
heen secured for this distribution:
Oats—Banner, Abundance, Danish
Island, Wide-Awake, White Giant,
Thousand Dollar, Improved Ligono
—all white varieties.
Wheat—Red varieties: Red Kile
(beardless), Marquis, Stanley und
Chelsea (early beardless), Preston,
Huron and Pringle's Champlain
(early bearded). White varieties:
White Fife (beardless), Bubs (early
beardless).
Barley — Six-rowed:    Menstiry, i
Odessa un.l Mnnsliehl.    Two-rowed:
Invincible, Standwell, and Canadian
'Thorpe.
Field Pens—Arthur and Golden
Vine.
Indian Corn (for ensilage)—Early
sorts: Angel of Midnight,Ciuiipton's
Early and Longfellow Later varieties: Selected Learning, Early
Mastodon und While Cup Yellow
Dent.
Potatoes—Early varieties: Rochester Kose, and Irish Cobbler. Medium to late varieties: Golden Coin,
Carmen No. 1, and Money Maker.
The later varieties nre, ns a rule,
more productive than the earlier
kinds.
Only one sample enn be sent tn
each applicant, bence if an individual receives a sample of oats, he can
not also receive one uf wheat, hurley, peas, Indian corn [nr potatoes.
Applications nn printed cards nr
sheets, ur lists nl' names From one
individual, or applications fur inure
than one sample for one household,
cannot be entertained. The samples
will he sent free of charge through
the mail.
Applications should be addressed
In the Director of Experimental
Farms, Ottawa, nnd may be sent in
nny time from the 1st of December
to the 15th of February, nfter which
the lists will he closed, so that the
samples asked for may be -sent out
in good time for sowing. Applicants
should mention the variety they
prefer, with a second sort as an
alternative, Applications will be
filled ill the order in which thev are
received, so long as the supply of
seed lasts. Farmers are advised to
apply early to avoid possible disappointment. Those applying fur Indian corn or potatoes should hear in
min.I that lb" corn is in.I usually
distributed until April, nnd that potatoes cannot be mailed until danger
frnm frost in transit is over. No
postage is required on mail matter
addressed to the Central Experimental Knriii, Ottawa.     '
Wm. Saundebs,
Director of Experimental Farms.
Moving Pictures »Illustrated Songs
Change (^Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
AMATEUR NIGHT
Thuisday", December 9th, 1909.
Entries will be received at Theatre from local
amateurs up to 5 p.m. Thnrsday night.
If you can sing, dance, recite or play an instrument enter.
prize: &5.00
To be awarded to contestant receiving greatest
applause.
(Entries   Free
The Home Journal
"Canadians need not go lar afield
in u search fiiru good family journal
while we have such n puhlicalinn as
uur own Home Journal. I know
thnt the Ladies' Home Journal bus
ii wide circulation in Canada. It is
■i line production, though to nie,
tiiesome in its bulk, and in 'many of
its features. The Home Journal
covers quite ns many topics in less
-pace. Il is cleaner, less prosy und
very well written. The covers are
un artistic delight nnd are equal to
ihnse of the Saturday Evening Post,
which is line praise. Jean Graham,
the editor, is one of the finest women
journalists in all Canada, a womnn
whose writings hnve been appreciated ill the New York press time and
time again, whose work is known
nnd appraised in the Southern
Slates, and to whom thc New Vork
Sun has more than once referred in
a very complimentary manner.
Why, then, do we not patronize our
own wares? Why hns it been said
of Toronto—nnd you know how I
love my own eity—that she never
yet appreciated her own magazines
nnd publications? This I do not
believe—yet I have heard it said—
nnd you may depend on it, it was
hotly contradicted."—("Kit," in
Mail nnd Empire.)
Now is the time tn put in your
stuck nf npples. Mcintosh Red $1.25
•i box. Drno me n line. II. W.
Collins, Carson P. 0., B. C.
We  Handle Only
Prime Stock
In beef, mutton, lamb,
veal, ham, other meats and
poultry. Confidentially, it
wouldn't pay us to do anything e/se, but we want
you to know. You are invited to prove this statement true or false by actual observation.
P. BURNS CM CO., LTD.
(^- ».
\ Confectionery
■ Fine C(localates in bulk or fancy
I packages; (i5e, 70e ami lin-  per
SV I pound.    Caramels, Turkish De-
y light   Mle per pound.
SEE OUR XMAS CANDY
Decorating
g Material /
e stock of crepe I
We have a Ij ..„     	
and holly paper, tinsels,   Hags, f
bells ami all kinds of   material
for Christinas decorations.
FANCY POST CARDS
WOODLAND & CO.
PHONt 13 DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS \
""V
m%ff
**a£mmm
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
rend the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for $1.00 per year.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners for the
City of Grand Forks, B.C., we intend
to make application for the transfer
of the retail liquor license in respect
to the "Granby" hotel, held by Alexander William Fraser and Fred W.
Bussed, to the said Fred W. Russell
And further take notice, that at
said meeting an application will be
made for permission to change the
name of the "Granby" hotel to that
of the "Russell" hotel.
Dated Grand Forks, H.C, the 21st
day of September, A.U 1909.
A. W. FRASER,
F. W. RUSSELL.
J. B. HENDERSON
Builder $ Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFIOBANDRBSIDBNCBi
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE    18
I'nrlii's liiti'ii.lini! I.i I.nil.I wl.l .In Wfll lu 0011-
Fnr   Sale—Seven    ncres  of  fruit
land: close in.  Inquire at this office.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c,  Lion
Bottling Works.
Von might ns  well  try  to  reach
\ Ihe orb of day by walking on a snn-
jhenni as to attempt to reach The Sun
I renders   by advertising in nny other
medium. -
When you order office stationery
nt The Suu job office ynu can rest
ns.-ured that it will he printed with
modern faces of type, nnd that Ihe
workmanship will be up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete in tin
Boundary.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle 'if our readers than through Tuk
Sun's advertising columns.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at n
glance.
BlCVI'I.I.S ANII lii.i'.un Woiik — A
.•niiii.lete line.of 1909 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiappi.k, Winnipeg
Avenue.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing
between us, the undersigned, as
hotel-keepers at the City of Grand
Forks, iu the Province of British Columbia, has this day heen dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts owing to
the snid partnership are to he paid to
Fred W. Russell, who will continue
to carry on the business, and all
claims ugainst the said partnership
are to he presented to the said Fred
\V. Russell, by whom the same will
he seltled.
Dated at Grand   Forks,   B.C.,   he
20th day of September, A.D. 1909.
A. W. FRASER,
F. W. RUSSELL.
Witness: W. B. CoOHIUNB,
^eWonder
To all inv friends and patrons I
extend ihe felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed nnd   (Jntriinmed  Hats
will be given April 12 and 1:1.
A cordial invitation to all.
cMrs. Ida Barnum
CERTIFICATE   OF     IMPROVEMENTS
1909 MODELS §T
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles, "ieyele Sundries.
Repair Shun. Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels  to   Rent.
Geo.Chapple
WINXII'Efl AVE. AND SECOND ST.
EUimlNCY
INDENTS    promptly   executed   at
lowest cash prices fnr all kinds of
British   and   Continental   goods,
including
Books and Stationery,
Boots, Shoes and Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,
China, Burthen ware antl Glassware,
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
Imitation Jewellery  and  Precious.
Stones, II
Jewellery, Plate und Watches, i
Photographic and. Optical Goods,
Provisions and Oilmen's Stones,
etc., etc.
Com mission -'A to 0%.
Truth Discounts allowed.
Speeiul Quotations tm. Demand,
Sample Cases from £\0 upwards.
Consignments of Produce sold on An
count.
WILLIAM WILSON & SONS
(Estabjjahed 1814),
_25, Abciiuroh Lane, London, E.C.
Cable Address: "Annuaihe, London."
NOTICE
I. X. L. Mineral Cluim, situate In the
Grand Forks Mining Division nr Stale District.
Whprn locatedi  In Franklinoomp.
TAKK NOTHIl'i tlmt I. .lumps .MiAnlh' free
Miner'*   Cortlfloate   No.   B2813S, for   invurlf
mul as agent for Prank MeParlune, Pree
EStwrS Certtfloate No. B108M;John McLaren,
Pree Miner's Certificate No. B10889; Peter
Wolf, Pree Miner's Certificate No. H28I&8, and
A *i„ Whiteside. Free Miner's Certificate No.
Hvy, Intend, sixty daw from the date
her ft t° »im»'.v to r,|e Mining Recorder
for Certificate of Imp uvemeut* ttn rlie
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ofthe
above claim. , , ,
Ami further take notice that aotlotl, under
■nation ■*'• must be eommeuoed before the
Issuance of such Certificate of  improve-
Dated this 18th day of August, A.D. IIKH).
JAMBS McABDLB
CERTIFICATE OF   IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Shirley Fractional Mlnoral Claim, situate In
thu Grand Forks Mining Division of Vale District.
Where Located. In Summit Camp, adjoining the Shlukshoolt Mlnenil Claim to the
west.
TAKK NOTIOE that I, Elsie L. Clement, Free
Miners' Certificate No. B26391, Intend, sixty
days innn date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Kccerder fora Oeitlficateol Improvements, for
Hie purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
above claims.
Ami further tiiki> notice that action,under
section 87, must bo commenced before tne issuance of such Certtfloate of ImprovementQ.
Dated at Umnd forks. B.C., Mmh 23rd day of
August, A. ii. 1909,
ELSIE  L. CLEMENT' For Rent—Two-story residence on
Third   street,   between   Bridge   and:
Main streets.  Apply A. Traunweiser, |
Yale hotel.
APPLICATION FOR WATER RIGHT
	
NOTICE is hereby Riven that thirty ':
days from the date hereof 1,
Ole .lohiisnn, Rancher, of Christina Lake, intend to apply to the
Water Commissioner at Fairview, \S.
C, for a license for four oubio feet per
second from "Sutherland" Creek,
about two hundred feet Eust of Gov-
I'l'iniu'iit Wilson road and about, nix :
hundred   and   seventy  feet North of i
wagon road leading ta Christina 1 Intel | 	
at Christina Lake, M. C, for domestic'
and iarigation purposes to be  used on|   Hoi.yTiiinitv Chuiich,Henry Steel
my land, being  Lot   Nine   Hundred  Rector—Sunday services;   Holy i	
Christmas    Suggestions
Our Holiday Line consists of the following:
PERFUMES in fancy bottles GILLE1TE RAZORS
PERFUME ATOMIZERS XMAS CANDY
Ebony Brushes and Mirrors
' P*?-.\ Large Assortment of Christmas Cards just in.
tgfe cTWANN DRUG COMPANY
Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
R^_?/_H_yt_f__ss^^^
Hotel Colin
Opposite Great Northern Station
p. n. Mcdonald, proprietor
:D^R^f
Recently oompleted and
newly turnlihea tbronirhj
out. Conveniently looatea
for ruilwuy men. b'i«t-
olass fu'i'ninniniliitioiis tor
transients. Hounl u n <1
s hv tin- week nt pre;
B^SjfcSiE
HI 15 '^s-j^Ss^^^^^^^    Grand Forks, B. C.
CHURCH SERVICES       POINTED PARAGRAPHS      JUST OPENED
Home Bakery
aid Restaurant
and Seventy, Group One, Similkameen munion,  8:00   a.m.;   tnornint; prayer
Division of Yale District, in the Prov- and sormon,   11   a. tn.; evensong and 'P1' poverty
ince of British Columbia. Berraon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday   sehool,  3 |    fy\„
Dated this 3rd day of Oetober, A. p.m.    First  Sunday  of  the   month chronic kicker
ll. 11)1)!). '   ' ...:,,,.,.
OLE JOHNSON.     I the 11 a.m.   service as well as
1 n. in Week-day and special services
j us they are announced from time to
■» H. ____!_, I time     You are  cordially invited   to
worship   with   us, and   we would he
| pleased to met you.
Probably a king's   worst  enemy  is
an nee.
Honesty is one of the best   excui
hi'imic   talker   is   usually   tt
COPPER^
holy ' n.iuni.in wi" U' celebrated^ & mim ,|asfm„„) hims..lf tj ht
the 11a.m.   service as well as «t N in H ,,;,,„ suiL
One way not to settle a question   is
to argue about it.
HANDBOOK
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190(1.)
ls*u dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper.    It is a pracical book; useful
Knox Piii.siivti.iiun Chuucii—
Sabbffth services ut 11 a.m. and 7:110 p.
in.; Sabbath school and Rililu class at
2:.'!0 p.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. liev. 51. D. McKee, pustor.
Methodist Chuiich, Rev. Selilicli-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. ni. and  7:80  p.m.; Sunday school
to all and necessary to most men en ,,,,„; |iihl,. ,.|llss at 9:45 a.m. Tne
gaged in any branch of the ooppes] Epwo|.t|, Leagueof Christian Endeavor
industry. I meet every Monday evening at  ?:30;
Its facts will pass muster with the Juni(1|. Leagu„ Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
trained scientists, and ite language is; 1Mi(|_.wlll,k pTOVer meeting, Wednes-
easily understood by the everyday dttv „ „,n< Everybody will be wel
man. It gives the plain faots in   plain | „,„'„„
i plum tacts in  p
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes  4636  copper
Baptist Chuucii, Rev. F. \V. Au-
iniiicsand companies in all parts of, ™che, pastor.-Services on Sunday
the world, descriptions running from ttt " "" ra'and 7:8° P- ,n'; lilble
two lines to sixteen pages, according! oliu,a alld Sunday school at 2:30 p.m
to importance of the propel ty,
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
li link on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it gives him about mines,
'mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments und copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed iu plain Knglish.
Price is $6 iu Buckram with gilt
top; 87.01) iu full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, lo any address ordered, and
may he returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
45.1 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan
For   Sale—100   acres   of   good
timothy land.    Apply this olliee.
A hard drinker naturally draws the
line at soft drinks.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Home   Clinking.      Cleanly   and
Convenient.     Lunches   ut    All Regulations
Hours.   Orders Filled Promptly.
GAW BUILDIKG, WINNIPEG  AVENUE
PHONE   A 74
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    'Sun Job Olliee.
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   Men
50c.     Lion Bottling Works.
Tbe perfect husband always belong
to the other woman.
Occasionally a deaf person expresses a sound opinion.
Bores talk about themselves; gossips talk about others.
It's a poor dentist who is unable to
make a good impression.
Some men who pat you on tbe back
would rather punch your head.
Man wants but little here below,except the things he knows he can'tget-
Soms men tell deliberate lies and
others He on the spur of the   moment.
It sometimes seems as though success comes to a man in spite of
himself.
' .Silence is golden, but a marriage
between deaf mutes i.s not a golden
wedding.
Even the woman with a graceful
carriage likes to bo seen in an automobile.
A woman likes anv one who admires a new dress she made out of an
old one.
Almost as much sympathy ia wasted
on the under dog as oh the hen perked
husband.
A dead millionaire's obituary   no-j
D
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE.
Yule   l.iniilllilsti'ii't.    Dlstrlot of  Slmllka-
iTKE    NOTICK    tlmt    Smitl.    Curtis,    „f
Kos.liuid, II.C.. occupation mine operator,
Intends to apply .ur  'mission tn purohase
Oomnioiioiinrnt n post planted on the west;
Kullwny company's l.im-l l.runinnd nt tin-
southeust corner of Peter Shaw's pro'elnp.
tiuii    nn   l>ii_r Sheep Creek! tlieuce wet Hi
chains: tl.riu ...tliir,,.|.„ii,s, 1,,,,,'r  ni'lrss,
tu the north line ot J..I. CHI's pre-eaiption;
thenoe east 85 chains, more or less, tu northeast   oorner uf said   Gill's   p.'e-emptl	
thenoe s..utl. 15 chains: the. east 85 chains,
ihore or loss, to ' l.r west., i'ii I in.' ul' n foresail!
Ruilwuy l.inul Grant! thonoe uorth ail chums
tu point ..f commencement, containing UU1
ll.itnl Deoerober nth, lew.
CHARLES 6. WHEELER
IM. lust. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Sum':
Second Street
I'a.im: 1377
1
ANT available Dominion Lands within the
rt Railway Belt of Hritish Columbia maybe
homesteaded by any porsouwho 1b the head
(if ii family, or any roolu over eighteen yenrs
of aire, totneexteiil of one*quarter section
of 160 aeres; mora nr less.
Entry must lit* made personally tit the loeal
land offloe for the district in wltfoh the land
is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions tiiiiiie.-t.'.l therewith  uuder
one of the following plans:
(11 At least six months' residence Upon and
cultivation of the land in each year for three
veurs.
(2) If the fother (or mother, if the father is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements as to residence may he satisfied by suoh person residing with the father
or mother.
VA) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming lnnd owned b.v him in
the vicinity of his homestead,the require*
nientsiis to residence may bo satisfied by
residenoe upon tin-snid land,
Btx months' notice in writing should he
given the Commissioner nf Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intent ion to ujiplv for patent.
Coal-Cool mining rights ma* he leased
for a pariud of twenty-one years at an annual rental of Si OOperaore. Not more than
2,R6(iacres shall he leased to one Individual or
company.   A royalty at thte rate of live cents
per ton shall he collected on the merchant-
able coal mined.
W.W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized   publication of   this
Iverttsement will not be paid for.
R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
WINNIPEG AND RIVERSIDE AVES.
 -'—■'■'. — - tj.,e js worth about us nnu-li to him asi |
s Cigar Store 1,'ia,non<!V- ! jrL
Most actressesiare either having nn    'B\%jj$f%
owney
A CQMI'I.E
Cigars, Pipus and Tobaccos
A Fresh ilitiimmitol
Confectionery"
Ui'1'.'in.'.l w.'.'hly.
Postoffice   Building
Honored iy Women
When a woman speaks of ber
silent secret suffering sbe
trusts you. Millions have bestowed this mark of confidence on Dr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buffulo, N. Y, Every-
where there are women wkt
bear witness to the wonderworking, curing-power of Dr.
Fierce's Favorite Prescription
—which saves thc suffering sex
front pain, and successfully
grapples with woman's weaknesses and stubborn  ills.
IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG
IT   HAKES  SICK WOMEN WELL.
No woman's nppctil was ever misdirected or her confidence   misplaced   when   she  wrole   lor   advice,   lo
the World's  Dispiinsahv  Mimical Association, l.r.
R. V. Pierce, President, Hnl.ul:., N. Y.
Dr, Pierce's Pleasant Pellet, Induce miltl natural bnn-cl mov»m»nt once i: t'';-.
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
attack of matrimony or are   fust get-:
ting over one.
The race is not always to the swift,
but that is no reason why a man
should emulate n tortoise.
Nnhne, after all, adjusts lieisel".
The quarrelsome people are   generally
the ones who gflt married.
When a fellow won't take no fur
nn iinswHc the onlv thins!l -''-I ean do
is to say yes—to some one else.
Lots of people delude themselves
with the idea that they are sensitive
when they are only quarreNome.      ^B
Furniture   Mitde  to Order,
It sometimes happens that   cominj; Ak| Renairinj( of all Kinds.
events not onlv cast their shadows be- j Upholstering Neatly Done.
fore them, but behind them as well.
\\ mil.In t it have lii'oii  :i  cinch  it
St. Patrick, wl hosed   tlio   snakes FIRST STREET, NEAR CITY HALL
nut nf Ireland, Innl only i- i  in  the . — ——.-. —™
Garden o! IDden.
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMING
NEW YORK
CLIPP
^m
IS THE GREATEST
THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER
IN THE WORLD.
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
ISSUED WEEKLY,
Sample Copy Free.
FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),
PUBLISHERS,
47 W. HUTU ST., Nkw Youi.
EXPRESS, DRAYING
ASI) ALL KINDS OF HAULING
l''lir|Hll|[i'  Mil
All orders I'd
teiition.
,  Specialty.
.Ir.iiiij.t   nl-
SIptellMttUJ&tttt |pETER
Notice to the People of Grand Forks *
and Vicinity: 3
You need not depend "n  any travelling photographer 1
to take your pictures, {?&
JOHN    H.   JAMES f
WATER NOTICiE:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Prints more livi- Buundary in-ws than
Nnrii'Kl. liiwlir iclwn unit in n|i|ilii'iiilon ,Uiv   other  paper  published   in   the
will lie H.1..1 i.'.i'.iii V. ol   lio   '«  . •            ,..,'   r      I
Aei, UHi*.''ioi.btiilii h ilwino In >lio "lindkH. |district.    11..-   price  ..1   Iiik  BUN t-
llll!
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[AN SEN
II..TI.I. I V1KOB,
.•I,.
,;;'„;:' ffi;.1'.*:;::;'.- , rtllc|only«l.00 per year- Imlfl wtl •   -    Qi i    A/.^-^/ ,.
'i.'.i'- i r. Kiiirll.h rove. B.  of its c petitory    'I'm. Sin  is neicr I d/\ h&teflM.' --'   mt^^St'U''
. hi it i ;   .-I Fi",-        .     / .. ,        , fi{!w™ivV,-»p te :* : :8 i
iiii'iifNu  on  the  I •!• regurdiiiK i|iu>siioiis ol  i _fto;''iffli«*^i<«»'
r&'WtoT!!!):%_KS|L»«!« :"";';'•'•:■.. ?»«.1?.L:N,.,i:,..,.i,;;|^_^K^S^_S
text doi
■unt, it
Reasonable: 'Prices
Is now .settled in his new quarters next door to the Yule Hotel,
and will take anv picture you want, indoors or  out, at
.Mill, r H I'ltlllrn
Oi.) Tl,
[II   unnami'il
I'r.'.'k.
(fl )  Till-|...lilt 111* iliVrl.ii.li:   .'I".HI till.' It.Ill III   ; I  I-   I       1       ■ .1 -     ,.      ■ _.
mill's...iiii in.... iiii. N...i!ii'.im ...n.' r ..I i.'.i  papers pulih'.iieil   in   the  interior or
lM^tV'iiV"" ''' sl,"i"'"'""'" '"'•''■' 'v'"'   the province.    Those  who  subscribe
(,:.! lire quantity ol w«ior lied lor (In en- and' feel  dissatisfied, will   have tli r-
I'.i- i.i'Ii..' in,.l|: !■'...ii nil,H f.'.'l.
(..I Tlio clln motor of tire prti._G.Nl unrltii
(i.i ire prt'iul. on on ulilcli the ivnrcrls tn lie
■1...1 (ik'R.'rllio iniii.'i: I'l.tt l.i.i ll.a ii'imi,
tin., -nni kiim i Dlvlt.li f Yule lllltrli i.
le I 'I'll-' tilirpru.es l.-r H I.I. I. tire ,vnt.T is n> I,.'
knowledgctl to be ...
money refunded by cidli
ot [Hllilil'.'llioll.
the brightest
u theoiliii| COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER.    B. C.
Tin: Evening Sun and the Toronto I H i,,. i„,h, i.,„ii"-„.„i .i...,.i. „ „. r..^
Weekly  Globe and  Canada  1'arnier, r1"'"i°r ,ll,j;,-t:" 'v.1''""' ilot-Com
' 1 in.'ii'iiil or   Hiimiii'ss (..ur..-: prepare   -.lu
l.ivlBloiiol   Villi'
1428. tiroup One, Slinllkn
liiHirii't. Un ni'ii's, more ur leg.,
(1.) If tho u'Htol* li '.. I"' lined fur power ...
inn,inn piirp.i-.-Mi in... Hi.- place ulierc iln
niiti-r Iii to bc returned to.otne nntnral chall-.      ,,,.,,     ,        .
nni, Hini tin' iiitiiTi.iii'.' in nil null' between and Weekly Star, ^-.01)  per  year m
ll'llNlll
Rradesi uiv,
Tin; Km.mmi  Sin. Tin'  Winnipeg fini''.T
Weekly Free Pi'ess and Prairie Farm.
it  anil  the  Montreal Family Heruld
p..int of diversion 1 point of return  ..
Ij.l Ari-ii ofCrowii inn.I Intentitsl t.. lie oi'i'ii-
l.kil liy Un- ,'i'..i.ii-iil nin-k*    	
(k.) This nulla iya»tiojlctlon lhe twclllli ilny
ItilMlllll
Ci'itlli.'iitps of nil
he hint .film' ,•„,..•..■ (or tlio
id tin. first ..'.ir ..f tin' Sohool
..f Hcloneo eourie, in nllilliii... . « iiii the Toronto University! lin. n hi..-*-in.1 proline or •
i'.,ur-.' ft,r miner, who work In B C I «tr . •
Hon In also alven In Art.Muate, i liv-i.'.il <ul.
ture nml Kliii'iiiiim. Term upon. Sept. II,
linift,   For t iiliiinl.il'.. eto., ml.tr. s»
CULUMBtAM ' hi.I.' OK.
oroc'tohbr, iiimi ami application will bo made to I     rn      _.. i i ,
theCommlMlouer on tlio >eventeenth day of      lllE OUN is  read   by  everybdy   liei     BlOVOLKS  AND  Khi'.mii   Wouk     A
[BI  iniisc it prints all the Boundary news, i complete line of 1900 mod U.    A few
 ber, UHI!!,
( i lilve iiii- muni."- ..ml aildreue. nf ntn
ri Milan proprlctori or licensees wjto urn..ii-
I i.ds are likely to be nffisitcd by the proponnl
works, either above or below the ..iit let	
(SlsnatlirolOII Mil K8SASUNEK,
(I'll. Aililles.) I.lllilisli Cove, U.C.
.Special   Old   Port  i\   per  gallon. | to rent     Oko.   ChaipII,  Winnip.g
I.i,.,,, Bottlinn Work,,, Avenue. FRUIT CHRISTMAS^
Get it from our store, and we  will guar-      \
antee it to be the best you can get.
ROBERT     LAWSO
PHONE   12
CHRISTMAS STAMP CAMPAIGN
  •
THE 1909 BATTLE AGAINST THE DREAD
WHITE PLAGUE.
Available Beds in ' the Muskoka Free Hospital for
Consumptives Increased Three-Fold as a Result of
Last Year's Sale of Christmas Stamps. The Number
Can Be Doubled This Year If Everyone Will Help.
NEWS OF THE CITY
A Christmas sale of work will he
held ut the rectory (the residence of
It. v. ll. Steele) on Tuesday afternoon and evening, December 14th,
Dressed dolls, doll clothes, doll millinery und a great many useful and
fancy articles suitable for Christmas
gifts to choose from. (Tea served during the afternoon.
A very high prevailed during the
first part of the week, and it was easy
sailing for the ranchers to blow into
town.
The brickwork on the new Eastern
Townships hank building has been
completed, and the roof is now being
put on.
For Rent—House formerly occupied by Mrs. W. L. Wells; in Columbia. Apply McCallum & McArdle.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
Thk Sun job office.
WATER    NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby aivon thnt an aiiplfnllon
will bemtiflc underPart v of tho "Water
Aot, IWD," to obtain n license io tho Blniilka-
tneen Division of Vale District.
do The nnme. address aud Occupation of lhe
aypllcan:   William Walnndoy, Cascade, B. r
foi 'i l.
(0   ih
IBQcl ('li'
STIMULATED by
the success of a
year ago the National
Sanitarium Association have made large
preparations for the
sale of the OhristniHH
Stamp of lsioii-io, is-
i sued on behalf of the
: Muskoka Free Hospital for Consumptives.
Nearly $6,000.00 was netted from
last year's sale, making it possible for
the trustees to increase the available
beds for needy patients from an average or' fifty-flve a year ago to one
hundred and forty, the accommodation
to-day.
The trustees are hopeful that they
may bring the accommodation up to
300 beds as the outcome of this year's
sale of this little one cent messenger
of hope and healing.
The Christmas Stamp, aa a means of
fighting the dread white plague, had
its origin in Denmark in 1004, the sale
from which has financed a hospital for
consumptives in that country. The
idea was taken up by the Red Cross
Society of the United States iu 1007,
and interest has grown each year,
A year ago a Christmas stamp of
special design was put in circulation
by the Muskoka Free Hospital for
Consumptives with the success already
indicated In this article.
The price of the individual stamp is
only one cent, but wbat wonderful
things can be accomplished by so tiny
an instrument. There is no reason
why everyone who writes a letter,
addresses a postcard, maps a newspaper or parcel from tbis day out
should not use one of these stamps
The educational value of the stamp
appearing on every plm e of mail mutter would be enormous. One can
hardly figure up the material results,
It would mean a routing ol the enemy
Tuberculosis that would bring hope
and joy and gladness to thousands of l
homes and communities in all parts of !
Canada.
The stamp of 1009 is more beautiful
than that of a yeur ago. The design I
is as shown in this article, but printed
in red and green, and is of same size
as the regular government postage
stamp.
This Christmas stamp will not carry
any kind of mail, but any kind of mail
will carry it—and carry too the happy
Season's Greetings from sender to receiver. The stamps will be done up in
envelopes of ten, twenty-five, fifty and
one hundred for ordinary selling, and
large users will be supplied in quantities. The price for ten or for one
thousand is a cent each.
The banks, departmental stores,
drug stores, book and stationery
stores and many other stores will sell
them. Women's clubs, church organizations, bible classes and Sunday
schools, public schools, and many
other organizations and individuals
will help this year as last year.
There would seem to be no reason
why everybody everywhere may not
help in forming an army of willing
Workers to sell these stamps all over
the Dominion. The Muskoka Free
Hospital for Consumptives is in Lhe
fullest sense a national institution
caring for patients from every province in Canada.
The first issue of the stamp for this
year is mho million, and these will be
put into circulation immediately, but
there ean hardly be any reason why
the issue should not be increased
many times over before Christmas.
Tho direction of ihe sale of Cbrlstmas Stamps i-i in the hands of Mr. J.
S. Robertson, See.-Treasurer. National
H inittifimn \jwoctation, :>IT King
Street, W- t. Toronto, who will give
nrninnt renl | . any enquiries regard-
(mr thi'?
We carry the most fashionable stook
of wedding stationery in the Houn
dary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
i.ikI Station Agent,  (ii  for mlnftm pur
twee) croc Mlner'sOertlficateNo	
(L) Tho name of the lake, stream or source (li
utmnmed, the description Is) Sandner Creek.
(<•) The point oi nivorslon: About muo feel
north fn mSnnducr'sralll,Christina Lake.and
up tin' creek about soo feci in an Easterly direction.
01) The quantity of water applied for (in cit-
l.lnfnnt m.r u ,il,|).    (I'll' I'llllil    fOOt.
ctor of tbo proposed works ....
|neB mi whfuh thowawristn he
amo):  fart of \m Wis, Group
ni,., stiniutn i Utvlilnii of Vale Dial riot.
Or) Tho purposes for whleh the water is io be
sed: Domestic and Irrigation.
(ID If for IrriRit Inn describe tho I mul intatr1
ed to ho irrigated, Hlvlnu acreage'   Part
1428, droup One, Slmilkam
Disrrfot. ieo nares. moro oi
(i) if ihe water Is tolwti
..id purposes describe thc placo whero Uio water
Mn be returned toBomo natural dm.nni, rin.i
tho ditli-renco In altitude between tiie nntnt of
illvorsloi I Hie point of return	
(j) Area of Grown land Intondod to be occupied hv tho proposed works 	
(I_) This notice whs posted mi rln* iwe_it.i duv
of n'tober, 1D0B.and application will be made
in tin1 uommishloner on tho seventeenth duv of
November, 1000,
(l) Give.thi'   names   I addresses of any
riparian proprb'torj or licensees who or whom'
lands are likely to beaU'octed  bv tht* proposed
works, cither abov below tbo ont lut; Charles
Siindncr.
(•ifmittturo) WILLIAM WALM9LKY.
0\ O. Atldreti)Cascade, B.C.
 : r,m
i Division of Vnl-
o I for power or min*
HOTEL    PROVINCE
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
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, Snnmiit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan  	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King|Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Cump	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp....
Bay, Skylark	
MaviB, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
shipments of  Boundary mines
1907 1908    Post Week
013,537 1,032,519       27,901
135,001 45,956         3,780
208,321 314,021)        11,61(1
1,712     	
18,274     	
14,481 65,800     100
Bridge Sireet,
GRAND FORKS, 15. G
The best nnd mnst
Wlllistilii.ini liri.-|'Tn"t
btll.itlii_.lti .helloiiu-
ihiry country. Ete*
ceiitly liiilnplptptl nud
newly furnished
tlirouuhout. Equip*
ped with nil modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally locuted. First-cliiss ao-
coinniiidations for the
rtivelliiif* publio.
Hot and Cold Baths
First-GlaBs Bar, Pool
anil Billiard Rooms
in Connection.
EMIL   LARSEN,   Prop.
|T Printi n
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in tbe Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
4*
43,205
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
WE PRINT
5,780
10,740
3.802
530
120
649
"fi's
40
700
20
55
60
224
"36
80
50
Total, tons  1,148,237 1,479,682       42,497
Smelter Treatment—
Granby.Smelter  637,826 1,031,671        25 110
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  311,952 358,9315        10J46
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439 22,666
Total Treated.
1,133,017    1,420,272
36,85£
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, DateB 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 ih an
Up-to-date Printery.
GOOD PRINTING
-the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
satisfaction.
•it*
w>
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
Name or Company.__
Granby Coiisoliilnted-Copper..,$1B,000,000
Cariboo UoKlmiey-Uold     1.250.1100
I'rovidence-Sllver i»2_IO-IOO
B.C. Copper-Copper     8,000,000
Authorized ,—hhakeh—,
Capital.    Issued. Par.
 dividends ,
Paid Total to    Latest      Per
         1909. Date.       Date    Share
18..,IKK)  |1U0   11,020.(100 $S,_IW, lIM  Deo, lWls   $3.1.1
1,250,000     *1      5.CS37 Heli. WW      .00
810(10     *,.          10,000 HK.22I Sept. WOti     .511
.508,(100     $5            aOl.HOU Sept. 1801     .01
lhe Oliver I ypewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please rend ihe headltne'ovar Rgatn,  Theii its
tremendous MKolllcaneo will  lawn ii|>mi yon.
An Oliver Tyoewriter—tlte standard visible
writer—the most highly peri   ted typewriter
un the raarkei -yours for 17 cents    dny!
The typewriter whose conquest of thecoma
merclal worln isa mutter of lilmor.--yours foi
17 cents a dayi
The typewriter that la equipped with scores nl
such convenience), as "The Balnuec siijit"—
"The Killing Device"-"The Double Kelease"-
"The Locomotive Base"—"ThiB Automatic
Spacer"—"The Antoinette Tabulator"— 'The
Disappearing! tullca tor"
—•'The Adjustable Paper Ktitgera -"The Scientific Condensed Keyboard"—all
Yours (or   17
Gents a Day!
We announced   this
now sales iiiuu recently, Just to feel tho pulse o(
tho people    Hlranly a small  eash  imymeut—
then 17 cents a day.   That Is thc plan lu « nut
shell.
The rosuil has been such a deluge of applications lor machines ihm wo are simply n>-
tounded.
Tne •Icmaml curaes trnm pcoplo ot nil dnsse*.
nil nges, allocounatious.
The majority oi Inquiries hn-* o o from people o( known linanoial siatidiiiK who wore al-
traded by the novelty o( the propos mi, An
impressive demonstration of the Immense poo*
ularltyof tha Oliver TyiimyrUer
A startling conilrmatiou of our beljof tlmt
the Era ofUtiiversal Typewriting i*> at haud,L
A   Quarter  of a Million People
"    are Making Money with
Die.
OLIVER
Typewriter
The StctndardVisible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter Is u money-nuilter
right from the word "gol" Soeasvto run tlmt
heginiiirrs soon uut In the ''expert" class, hum
as you learn. Let the machine piy the 17 cent-,
ti day—aud all ahove that la yours.
Wherever you are, there is work to he done
and money to he made by using the Oliver. Tho
business world is calling for Oliver operators.
There tire uot enough to supply tbe demand.
TJii-irsnlftrU's nre considerably above those of
many classes of workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is the battle cry today. Ae hnve made
thc Oliver supreme iu usefulness and absolutely
indispensable in business. Now conn i ihe con
nicat of the home.
The simplicity and strength of the Oliver fit it
for family use. It is becoming an Important
factor in tho home training of young people.
An educator as well as n money maker.
onr new selling plan puts ihe Oliver on the
threshold uf every home in America, win von
close the door of vour home orbtUce on Mils re-
marhahle Oliver oft'-c?
Write for further details of our easy oiler ami
fife copy oi the new Olivercfttalog,  Adi'ross
The Oliver Typewriter Coinpany,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
CHICAGO, ILL.
W. C. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stook
a Fresh Supply ofj
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
ANO CIGARS
Ice Cream and Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE ANO FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
s»r Honing a
Kuzor Honing: a Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Ibt Door North of Granby Hotel,
First Strekt.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Pas-
Hungers and Trunks to aud
fromjall trains.
Telephone A129
flRAND FORKS TRANSFER CONPANT
Rutherford Bros., Props.
60 YEAM*
lent fi-coTO'l'lo..apenorforBC—^^
Piitoiils taliim tbroush Miuiu A a
racial notia, Tlilioatchsrua, IntU
Scientific American.
A handsomely Ulustraf oil weekly. Larftert circulation of any orient Iflo journal. Terms for
Cmmiln, $!.?'> ii year, pontage prepaid. Bold by
ifl iiewbdunie-*.
Brmicli Offloe, SS b" BU WmbuiBton, D. a

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