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 Legislative Library
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Sun.
Eighth Year---No. 36.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. July 10, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Eeport of Special Health Inspector Considered and
Action Taken
Construction of Cement'Side-
walks Promises to Become
a Live Issue
make the fill, and if the owners put
down a cement walk, they were assured of a rebate when the council
determined the percentage of the
cost it is willing to assume. The
board was also instructed to make a
thorough investigation on the subject of walks of this nature, and to
bring in a bylaw covering the matter.
The council then adjourned.
MINING RECORDS
The regular meeting of the city
council was held in the council
chambers Monday evening, Mayor
Fripp and Aid. Whiteside, Lequime,
Davis and McCallum being  present.
A communication from Peter A.
Z. Pare et al. stated the the petitioners would deed a lot below the
cemetery to the city for street purpose, if the city would expend S25
in opening the same. The request
was granted.
A letter was received from the
secretary of the Western Canada Ir
rigation association, whose convention is to be held in Calgary on the
6th prox., inviting the city to send
delegates to the same. The letter
was ordered filed, and the clerk was
instructed to acknowledge the same.
City Solicitor Sutton submitted
letters from the railway commission
giving reasons for the delay in the
installation of the signal bell at the
Riyerside avenue crossing. The letters sta'ed that the apptratus had
been delayed in transit over American loads, but that it would be installed immediately on its arrival
here.
The special health inspector, recently employed by the council to
make a house-to-house inspection,
submitted a voluminous report,
giving data in regard to the sanitary
condition of every premises in the
city. The matter was discussed at
length by the council. The report
was adopted and the health and relief committee was instructed to
take immediate steps to compel
everybody to comply with the city
health bylaw.
On motion of Aid. Davis and Lequime, the council decided to notify
the public through the press to shut
off the water when the fire bell rings.
Aid. Whiteside gave notice that at
the next meeting he would introduce a new road tax bylaw.
City Engineer Reid addressed the
council, stating that reeently the intake pipe at the pumping station
had given him considerable trouble.
It had evidently become clogged
cither with sand or slabs, making
it impossible to run both pumps at
once, and consequently weakening
the fire protection of the city. The
pipe was twenty feet long and six
feet under water, making it a difficult task to clean it out. He had attempted to flush it with the fire engine, but with poor success. Mr.
Reid report was adopted, and the
matter was referred to the water and
light comm ttee.
Messrs. Bower and Pribilsky addressed the council in reference to
the construction of u cement walk
in front of their new store on First
street. They were of opinion that
the city should make the fill in front
of the building and assume a por.
tion of the cost of the walk. The
board of  works was authorized to
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from June 2*1
to July 9, inclusive.
RECORDS  OF  LOCATIONS
No. 1 and No. 3, South Wellington camp, Chas. Biesel; No. 2 and
No. 4, South Wellington camp, Eric
E. Jackson; Yellow Girl, Franklin
camp, relocation of Yellow Girl, A.
E. Savage; Rose Tree, Franklin
camp, relocation of Rose Tree, A. E.
Savage; Riverside, Franklin camp,
relocation of Riverside, Emil Larsen; Franklin, Franklin camp, relocation of Franklin, Joe Buron; Copper, Franklin camp, relocation of
Copper, Joe Buron; Alpine, Coryell,
Henry P. Jackson; Blackstone,
Franklin camp, relocation of Crescent, B. J. Averill; Edna, Wellington camp, Geo. Burbank; Bimetalic,
Wellington camp, Geo. Burbank;
Capitol, Wellington camp, Lewis E.
Salter; Maple fraction, Taylor creek,
H. F. Libby.
CERTIFICATE OF WORK
Orient, Summit camp, D. R. Mc-
Elmon; Tennessee and Tennessee
fraction, Wellington camp, G. F.
Raulston; May Queen, Hardy mountain, Byrne et al.; Layover, Hardy
mountain, P. J. Byrne; Moirin,
Summit camp, Joe Buron; Morrell
and Lauretta, McKinley camp, Bon
nacci et al.; Ieta and Maggie, McKinley camp,Morrell et al.; Fidelity,
Gloucester camp, Thomas Newby;
Woodburn fraction, Wellington
camp, Julius Careon, survey; Ross-
land, South Wellington camp, J. S.
C. Fraser; E. F. W., South Wellington camp, Fisher et al.;C'rackerjitck,
l'ranklin camp, McPhee et al.; Victory, burnt Basin, estate of G. A.
Paulson-; C.P.R., Brown's camp,
W. K. White, two years.
Bible Drama at Fair
Nearly 3000 years ago the city of
Jericho, outpost of the land of Canaan, fell before the conquering
army of Israelites under the leadership of the mighty Joshua. The
siege lasted seven days, and, the
city taken, its houses were given
over to fire and the population to
the sword. The production of this
drama from the Bible will be the
great evening attraction at the Spokane Interstate fair this year. Every
night of the fair, September 20 to
25, a company of 300 actors of the
Gregory Fireworks coinpany will enact the terrible siege and destruction
of the city of Jericho.
W. A. Thrasher, the druggist-
humorist, visited his old home in
Phoenix last week.
There has been considerable talk
this week of another big land deal
in the valley. It may materialize
next week.
Rev. W. C. Schlichter returned on
Wednesday from Revelstoke, where
he met his mother, who came from
Toronto to visit him.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Work   Started on   Frank
Hartinger's Cement-
Block Hotel
Qreat Northern Right   of
Way Agent Injured in
a Eunaway
The ground for the basement of the
new Grand Forks hotel, on the oorner
of Winnipeg avenne and First street,
was broken Thursday morning. This
is to be a two-story cement-block
building. Lutley & Galipeau have
the contract for making the cement
blocks, and the woodwork will be
done by Bonthron & Shannon.
Major Anderson, right nf way
agent of the Gieat Northern railway,
was mixed up in a runaway at Keremeos last Saturday, and had his collar bone broken. He was brought to
this city by special train, Saturday
evening, and taken to the Cottage
hospital, where he is now receiving
medical treatment from Dr. Kingston.
Mux Shafer, a smelter employee
returned this week from a trip to
northern Alberta, where he had been
in search of government land. He
couldn't get as far west on this trip as
he wanted to go, on account of impassable roads, and will return in a
couple of months.
Mrs. Lydia Knight and daughter
left this week for a two months' vacation trip to the coast cities.
A. A. Steeves, manager of the
Royal bank in this city for a number
of years, left on Thursday for Vancouver, to which city he has been
transferred. His family accompanied
him.
R. H. Trueman, the well known
Vancouver photographer, arrived in
the city on Thursday evening, anrl
will be at Blome's old studio, Bridge
street, for two weeks. Any one wishing first-class work iu his line, should
not fail to see him.
Mat Miller and daughter left on
Saturday for a visit to Portland and
the Seattle fair.
The high school examinations
are being held this week under the
direction of Principal May. Mr.
Church, of Victoria, arrived in the
city onWednesduy.and will examine
the reading. Ten pupils are writing
on high school course and three for
teachers' certificates.
C. V. Hall will have charge of the
services in the Baptist churing the
absence of the pastor. Sunday
evening tbe subject will be "The
Result of Socialism Without Cnrist."
Waller Barron who has been suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism for the past three months,
left on Tuesday last for the Harrison Hot Springs.
Mrs. Sloan and daughter, of Philadelphia, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gowland in this
city. Mrs. Sloan is a sister-in-law
of Mr. Gowland. The visitors are
touring the continent, and will take
in the Seattle exposition before returning home.
G. A. Spinks, the "new manager
of the Royal bank, arrived in the
city from Nelson this week. He hns
rented the McDonald residence on
Winnipeg avenue.
Scientific "Sparkers"
Discussing the tremendous advantages to a preacher of being a scientific "sparker," Bishop, W. E.
Quayle, of Chicago, said in the
couree of an address at the First
Methodist church of Spokane, that
any pastor who does not know  Low
to "spark" ought to be ashamed of
himself. "And,'' he adds, "there is
no use in 'sparking' a woman unless
you can hold her hand. I cannot explain why this is so, but I do know
that it has to be done, for I have
been there myself."
Judging from the prolonged applause and repeated nods of approval by the listeners in the amen corner following this remarks, it is
taken that the Chicagoan started
something right in sunny old Spokane.
Bishop Quayle was assigned to
speak upon "Hall Caine and His
Island," but he digressed several
times to express his views on marriage and divorce, the influence of
woman and other questions. Here
are a few of his sermonettes, gathered at random:
A foe of the home is always destructive of good order, civilization
and decency.
Slums are wherever deviltiy is. I
have seen slums in boulevards and
in the home of millionaires.
The solitary thing that keeps the
world decent is the home. Abolish
it and the world will go to the devil.
Marrying is the greatest thing in
the world, but from its very commonness we do not appreciate the
fact.
Any one who slurs a woman's love
insults the race. The world's life
never gets and stays above the level
of womanhood.
In America man is a sort of a
pocketbook for woman. She wants
him around at night because be is
then about as good as a poodle.
The making of home a sweet
place and the raising of babies is
often considered small business, but
domesticity is still God's greatest
necessity and always will be.
LAUD B. C. F
English Buyers Will Tour
Province and Arrange
for Shipments
Recognition of Apples Followed Experimental
Exports
A Metric Ball Game
The following correspondence i.s self-
explanatory. The date of the battle
has not yet been agreed upon, although the preliminary literature has
been of a sufficiently voluminous character to advertise a prize fight. Both
sides are still grinding out poetry,
and there are no indications of a protocol of peace:
Granby Smelter, July 4, 1909.
Granby Baseball League:
Lutley's Lambs challenge Crosby's
Cubs, Clunis' Colts, Lane's Lightning
Bugs or Wekell's Wonders to a
friendly game of baseball for a case of
beer.    Address
FtJIINACEMEN III ct IV.
Granby Smelter, July 5, 19C9.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Furnaeemen on four and three,
We all on this one thing agree:
That on some not far distant duy
With you a game of ball we'll play.
We'll throw tho ball and swing the bat,
And make home runs at every spat,
"i'il you defeated buck will go
To where the molten metals Bow—
Buck where the burning sparks do liy
Like meteors thro1 a midnight sky;
Yes, there to muse o'er nil your blunders,
Made   on   the   field  with  "Wekell's
Wuders."
Wekell's Wonders,
Per Sunny Jim.
Granbv Smelter, July li, 1009,
"Wekell's Windy Wonders"
Think they're terrors at the bat;
When    "Lutley's  Lamb's" get after
them
They'll wonder where they're at.
And when the "Lambs" are thro' with
them
They'll wonder still "some moro,"
And wish that ihey were back again
On feed or furnace floor.
They'll hasten to the blower room,
Luud up with wind galore,
Defy the "Cubs"or "Hugs,"
And leave the Held aguin—no score.
—B. S.
P.S.—Ton first gamo in the series
was pluyed between Lutley's Lambs;
and Wekell's Wonders on Thursday
evening, the score being 9 to 6 in
favor of the Wonders.
"British Columbia fruit has come1
into its own. Your apples—I refer
to the experimental shipment sent
into England—have no superiors in
the world, and hereafter will command good prices in the British
markets. With my partner I am
going to tour your various fruitgrowing districts in order to arrange
for securing a share of this season's
crop. We are certain of the reception your British Columbia apples
will meet with in the British lies,
and feel confident your pears can
also be imported very advantageously. Fresh plums of a dry or firm
character may also be handled."
This was the high tribute paid
British Columbia fruit by Mr. G. II.
Shuttleworth, of the well-known
wholesale fruit firm of Messrs.
Simons, Shuttleworth & Co., of
Liverpool and Manchester, says the
Vancouver Province. Mr. Shuttle-
worth is accompanied by his partner, Mr. S. H. Simons. This house
is one of the oldest in the fruit business doing a straight commission
business. It has different firm names
in Glasgow, London and New York,
and does a business amounting to
millions of dollars annually.
The visitors, seeing the possibilities of British Columbia fruit, determined to take a tour through the
province to estimate the crop and
make arrangements for extensive
shipments. It is their custom to
send agents "to the various American
fruit growing centres annually in
order to make crop estimates. On
their way west the partners visited
the well known fruit belts of Oregon
and Washington. In Victoria they
interviewed Mr. it, M. Palmer,
deputy minister of agriculture, and
in this city they devoted one day
to a conference with local wholesale
fruit firms with which they expect
to form business relations in connection with the shipment of British
Columbin fruit to the British iles.
Mr. Shuttleworth and Mr. Simons
were unanimous in declaring thut
thc British public liked a firm apple
of the type now grown to perfection
in tbe Okanagan uallcy and Boundnry district. They will visit the
Okanagan country on their way
east, and if time permits they will
take a run through the Kootenay
and Boundary fruit growing sections. Before sailing they will confer with their agents in the Niagara
district and in Nova Scotia, the latter a great apple exporting yrovince.
"We will handle all the apples
and pears your people can send us,"
said Mr. Simons in conclusion.
Card of Thanks
Mr. E. B. Hardy takes this method
of thanking the citizens generally for
the numerous kindnesses and expressions of sympathy tendered tbe family
during the illness and after the death
of his late wife. JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD, B. C
5typ Etmttttg §tm
Publllhecl at Grnnd ForUii. RrltlsehColcimeclce
G. A. Evans Editor need PeeblUleer
A Hie cef this peeper need be seen cct tlee office
cef .Messrs. E. A 5. Hardy A Co.. nn, SI aud IB,
Kleet Street, E.C., London, Keicrlicii.i, free of
rleeerere, * ' HI (Inn cvlll lee triad to receive
Kitl»errle. ceed eidvot'll.eeneiitec oee our bo
le eclf.
HUHBCetlPTION ICATKS .*
line Year   Jl.lill
One Yeelr (in advance)  1.110
Advortlcllncr ratec f llreelsbo.l on il lio
Letral notices, III lend Te centi per line.
Address icll cocciiniiiilcations to
Thk Evening Sun,
Phonb B 74 Ghand Kokks, B.O.
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1909
Sanitary matters were very freely
discussed at the council meeting
Monday evening. The special health
inspector, appointed by the council
a couple of weeks ago to make a
thorough examination as to the
actual condition of the city, and to
ascertain to what extent the city
health bylaw was being violated by
the citizens, submitted a carefully
prepared and very comprehensive
report. The list of violators was a
long one. Acting on this report,
the health and relief couimittee met
on the following day and drafted a
circular letter, which has been sent
to all offenders against the health
laws, informing them that if their
premises were not put in proper
sanitary condition within one week,
the work would either be done by
the city, at the owners' expense, or
the owners would be prosecuted.
According to the city bylaws, the
committee has power to impose
either one of these penalties. It is
to be hoped that those who receive
these letters will comply gracefully
with the committee's wishes; because an unclean or unhealthy city
neutralizes to a great extent the
favorable impression which the construction of handsome  brick blocks
and cement sidewalks may give
visitors. But this is merely looking
at the question from an advertising
point of view. The most vital consideration is the good health of our
city.
STREET-CORNER CHATIER
A well-known rancher from south
of the river drove up to Mr. Chappie's esiablishment last Monday, just
as a heavy rainstorm threatened to
start operations. "Vou had better
take an umbrella," said Mr. Ciiapple. "Umbrella!" repeated the
farmer, in stentorian tones. "Umbrella—well, I guess not. I have
been waiting for two weeks to get
soaked by rain, nnd I »m not going
to be disappointed this time." And
the man waited till thc rain poured
down. Then he seated himself in a
puddle of water on the wagon-seat,
and contentedly drove homeward,
a bloom on his fair cheeks, a smile
parting his innocent lips.
A citizen, whose centre resembles
a beer keg, with ends tapering to the
fineness of the business end of a
needle, undertook, a few days ago.
to tell The Sun man how to conduct a modern newspaper. After
listening to him patiently—because
we are not too old tn learn—we concluded that he didn't know as much
about the business as we do.
A Grand Forks man, who is in a
position to know whereof he speaks,
snys the reason a man's hair turns
grey before Ids whiskers is, that it is
about twenty years older than the
latter. Heretofore it has been the
general opinion that a man's beard
dyed too early to turn grey.
A epiiet wedding was celebrated
down in Pullman, Wash., last week.
Both tho bride and groom wore deaf
and dumb.
Every newspaper is the leading
paper of the district in which it is
published—provided the editor ean
prevaricate to such an artitic extent
as to make the people believe it.
It is said that in the east even the
society people advertise their soirees.
The fad will doubtless be introduced
in the western mining camps before
long.
The methods employed by some of
the "modern" daily and weekly
newspapers to attract  business and
A Healthy  Life
A Happy Home
to be had on a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM in the
British Columbia Southern; Columbia and Kootenay
and Columbia and Western Railway Companies' Land
Grants. Farm Lands eminently suited for the raising of
Fruit, Grain or  Stock
may be purchased in these Grants at low figures for
cash, or on Easy Terms, from
THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Timber Lands of the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are offered for sale in blocks of from
640 acres upwards.
Good Shipping Facilities.    Easy Transportation
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties Intending in build wi.i do well to consult mo.
subscribers forcibly reminds ono of
tbe palmy days of tbe Louisiana
Slate Lottery.
A correspondent of The Sun wants
the city council to scatter lightning
arresters throughout the municipality. What do we pay our police for?
They are supposed to arrest everybody and everything that create a
disturbance.
The latest report is that T. Eaton
will establish a mail order house in
Nelson. Why not induce him to
come to Grand Forks? We have
lots of desirable locations for such
an institution.
The Sun is in receipt of a communication regarding the condition
of our sidewalks; but as we are not
quite sure, after reading it, whether
"A Weary Walker With Cold Feet"
wants the city government, or the
provincial or federal authorities, to
repair them, little good could be
accomplished by printing it.
Metal Quotations
New York, July 9.—Silver, 63§"
electrolytic copper, 12|@13.
London, July 9.—Silver, 24];
lead, £13 .'is Del.
Miss E. F. Gilmour, of Victoria, is
visiting her sister, .Mrs. J. C. Taylor.
A. Tweedle left this week for the
Fort George district, on the Grand
Trunk Pacilic, to look over some
land in the interests of an eastern
syndicate.
Rev. F.W. Auvache left this week
for thc coast to attend the Baptist
convention.
Yesterday was the first anniversary of Grand Forks' big fire.
Three bottles of cold Nelson Beer,
50o.    Lion Bottling Works.
NOTICE
All personn ure requested to turn
oft" nil lawn mid garden sprinklers during iires.
.By order of
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
Dated July Gtli, 19(H).
NOTICE
TENDERS will !»■ received by the under-
■ Bicrneil within thirty dayi from tills date
for  the purchase of   tin-   "CALEDONIA"
MiiH'Hil '  Iuilil. l-.n-.tt n nu I    siii'Ven-il   ai    Lot
!-7.i, Osoyoos Division of Vule District, which
ri-vnrit'll to the crown on 6th November, 1905,
No tender less than tin* unset price of the
said iuiii.ft.iLl iluini, sm ;;u. will be urn-pled.
JAs. U. BROWN,
Arte-lst. Commissioner of Lands.
Fairview. H C,
July and, 1909,
For Maps, Application Forms, Eegulations and
Literature apply to
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst. to 2nd Vice President,
Desk 4,
Calgary, Alberta.
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE IN GRAND FORKS, B, C,
ANNOUNCEMENT
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Study Club is (or the purpose of promoting, in un unfettered  wuy among
tlio masses,!!, wider study of the Bible,
the basal truths of Christianity, ami
the problems which enter into every
man's life. It is composed of all those
who join n local club, and take up the
simple course herein outlined, barring
| only  ordained  clergymen.    All   who
have not joined are warmly invited to
do so and to compete for the prizes.
Persons may join the  club  at any
■ time   during   the   year, but must, uf
I course answer the 52 questions hereinafter   explained,   to   qualify forthe
prizes, and the back  questions   may
be obtained from this office.
This paper has secured the right  to
! publish the International Sunday
Sohool Lesson questions by Hev. Dr.
Linscott, which havo aroused so much
interest elsewhere, and they will appear weekly.    One of these   questions
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FERTILIZER
Fruit growers will find great satisfaction
in buying and using our Animal Fertilizers. All lhat we sell are the pure unadulterated products of our abattoirs at
Calgary. These can be used with safety
by" every one—sold m sacks or ton lots:
DRIED BLOOD GROUND BONE
TANKAGE BONE MEAL
Once tried always used.
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who join and fulfil the conditions,that
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commencing Sunday, June 6, and
the answers must all be in the possesion of this paper within two weeks
of the close of this period.
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one side only. No answer must exceed
two hundred words in length and may
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name and address of the writer at the
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forwarded to headquarters for independent examination by competent
examiners, The prizes will then be
awarded according to the highest
number of marks won by members of
the International Newspaper Bible
Study Club, and prizes wWch may lie
awarded to members of this Local
Club will be given out from this office.
TIIE PRIZES.
First Series—A solid gold medal to
each of the first five.
Second Series—A sterling silver
medal to each of the next five.
Third Series—A Teacher's Bible,
price 85.60, to each of tho  next live
Fourth Series—The book, "Tho
Heart of Christianity," prize $1.50, to
each of the next thirty-five.
Each medal will be suitably engraved, giving the name of the winner,
mid fnr whnt it is awarded, nud in
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from an educational or literary standpoint, but from the point of view uf
the cogency of their reasoned ideas.
FOR   SALE
7 ACRES
OF  GOOD   LAN l»   for
sale aheap: nil cleared,
fenced mul in crop—po-
_ _.... _ tntoes, 001n, etc., etc;
J'jii fmit iro n; sum 11 house, some furniture,
oliii'lteii house iuoubntor and poultry, horse
und Implements,good well mid pump. Apply thlsofflce.
•HOUSKAND LOT: lot 80x
IN); H.j-story lionse. Wood
shed, good well and pump;
centrally    located.    Fur
full particulars apply at Tfia Sun olliee.
^eWonder
To all my friends and patrons I
extend tho felicitations of the
season. An opening of imported
Trimmed and Untriiunied Hats
will bo given April 12 and 13.
A cordial invitation to all.
cTVlrs. Ida Barnum
Downey's Cigar Store
A Comi'I.f.tk Stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Confectionery
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
1909 cTWODELS gf
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English  Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles.    Bicycle Sundries.
Repair shop.   Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels to  Bent.
Geo.Chapple
WINNIPEG AVE,  AN11 SK00N1) ST.
PH0TO2
Now is tiie proper time to have thnm taken. Tho only
opportunity you will have to secure them will be when
R. H. TRUEMAN
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With gift, craft,  promise,   cause   thy
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Merciless,   or   money-loving, deaf  to
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Railway Lund Grant; thence north 80 chains
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BY REV. DR. LINSCOTT
FOR THE INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER
BIBLE STUDY CLUB.
(Copyright 1909 by Rev. T.  8.  Lin-
scott, D.D.)
Sunday, July 18, 1909.
Paul's Second Missionary Journey—
Tliessalonica and Berea. Acts xvii:
1-15.
Golden Text—The word have I hid
in mine heart, that I may not sin
against thee. Ps  cxixill.
Verses 1, 2—Is church going a good
habit, and what do they lose who
have not formed it!
How many times a day should a
person attend church!
What is the value of a good habit,
and how are good habits formed?
Verse 3—Did Paul mean to say that
it was necessary for the Jews to have
put Jesus to  death, and  if  not what
did he mean!    (This question must be I either be a true man or a
answered   in   writing by members of! soner!
the club.) '     How do you characterize  a  person
(The position taken by the  present who   is   jealom  of another in doing
writer is, that the Jews ought to have good works?
accepted Jesus, and that their putting j     Have we ony modern   example   of
him to death is the colossal  crime   of the way these people acted!
history, and the calamity of calamities      Verse 6—Is the world, today,   up-
that has befallen the Jews. That tliere! aide down, or right side up!
are two distinct   lines  of   contingent I    Is   the   world   getting   better   or
prophecy in the Old Testament, either worse?
one of whicli being fulfilled, would Verse 7—When people oppose the
cancel the other; and that the prophe- work of God do they generally confine
cies concerning  the   perpetuation   of | themselves to the truth in   their   ob-
the Jewish nation and the throne of
David with unparalelled splendor,
were cancelled by the fulfillment of
those concerning the rejection of
Christ. God sent Jesus in good faith,
and they voluntarily rejected him,
when God's first and best plan was
that they should accept him. God
then proceeded to do through the
death of Christ, that which would
have been done more speedily by his
life.)
Is it necessary for us to adopt all
Paul's opinions, in order to bo well-
pleasing to God!
Were all Paul's opinions correct concerning the time of the second coinie g
of Christ?
In what sense was it true, "that
Christ must needs have suffered?"
(See Luke xxiv:26, Jer. xxii:5-(i,
Mich. v:2, Matt. ii:4-6.)
In what way do the Old Testament
Scriptures bear testimony that Jesus
is the Chtist?
Verses 4, 5—How do you account
for it that the same facts and reasoning which converts some only serves to
harden others!
How is it that women are generally
in'the majority in Christ's converts!
Why were the Jews moved with
jealousy?
Can a jealous man, at the time,
correct rea-
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of  Boundary mines-
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
1007 1008    Post Wecl.
Granby Mines, Phoenix      613,537    1,032,519       20,376
Snowshoe, Phoenix       135,001 45,956 2,990
Mother Lode, Deadwood       208,321       314,029 	
B, C. Mine, Snmmit.
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix.
1,712
18,274
14,481
43,295
12,253
64,173
.Sunset, Deadwood          31,270
65,800
5,780
Mountain Rose, Summit.
Athelstan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
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 Eaglo	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
LaBt Chance, Skylark Camp....
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp..
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark...	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
31,25S
649
90
10,740
3.802
530
120
65
S6
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
jections, or do they ever confine themselves to the truth?
Do objectors to the truth knowingly falsify or do they do it in blind ignorance, or through prejudice?
Verses 1012—-Is there ever any
virtuo in exposing ourselves to danger
when it is not necessary in the inter
ests of the truth?
What was the difference between
the religious people of Tliessalonica
and those of Berea?
Is a truth seeker sure to find it?
Is it over right to suppress the
truth in the interests of the Kingdom
of God?
Verses 13-15—What is it which
prompts men to work so haid, and
persistently in opposing what they
know to be the truth?
Lesson for Sunday, July 25, 1909.
—Paul's .Second Missionary Journey
—Athens.   Acts xvii :16-34.
The officers of the Western Coal
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carries with it the open shop, both
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Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter.
1,148,237
637,626
341,952
153,439
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,420,272
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23,366
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Patente taken through Munn 41
tptclol notice, without charge, la tfi*
Scientific Hmcricatt.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Latest circulation of any scientifle Journal. Terms for
Canada, W.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
 —ringers.
^CosBiBrcd™,, N;iW York
*— H V St. WuhleMtcIi, D. a
***
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
19,362
BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.
, DIVIDENDS -*■—,
Authorized .--shakes--,       Paid    Total to   Latest      Per
or.n^K&^&pp.,..*a5!o BM6 «Jfo life fflhffl
U.C. Copper-Copper     8,000,000   .508.01)0     $8               201,200 Sept. uwi     .w
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    bun Job Office.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Business lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The .Sun office. Enquire of Lew
.Johnson.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
You might aB well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
medium.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section thac have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
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 a
glance.

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