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 Eesidents Near Fifth Street
Object to Kettle Valley
•Line Siding
Officers  Are Instructed to
Enforce  the  Health
Bylaw
The regular biweekly meeting of
the oily council was held in the
council chambers Tuesday evening.
Mayor Fripp and Aid. Clark, Miller,
McArdle, McCallum and Rutherford
were present.
The monthly report of the fire
chief showed that three fires and a
false alarm had required the attention of the department during the
past month.
The chief of police reported that
the gross receipts lorl dog tax collected up to date amounted to twenty dollars.
A request was received from the
fire department for an appropriation
of 875 to defray the expenses of the
chief to the convention of fire chiefs
in New . Westminster on the 28th
inst. Referred to the finance committee, with power to act.
A communication from the provincial secretary, asking for photos
of pioneers, was referred to the president of the Kettle River and South
Okanagan Pioneers' society.
A letter from the -Canadian Municipal Journal, soliciting subscriptions, was ordered filed.
A letter from tbe South Kootenay
Water & Power company granted
the council the privilege to sell
power outside the city limits for
lighting purposes. Ordered filed,
and the clerk was instructed to acknowledge receipt of the letter.
A petition was read from the ratepayers in the burnt district, asking
the council to construct the sidewalks in that section twenty inches
higher than they were before tbe
fire. Referred to the water and
light committee and the city solicitor.
The chairman of the water and
light committee reported that the
water main had been laid across the
Kettle river
The water and light committee
recommended that the residents of
the Ruckle addition be furnished
electric light at the same Hat rate as
is paid by the uitepayers inside the
corporation, provided they paid for
the installation Or the system. The
council accepted the recommends
tion.
The committee also recommended
ilmt the reqiiest of the residents of
Observation avenue for better fire
protection he referred to the incoming council to clcnl with,   Accepted.
The chairman of ihe board of
works reported that the board lind
sold the old power house building,
and that mora lumber was needed
for sidewalk construction. The report was accepted, and the board
wiibauthorized in purchase another
carload of lumber.
The chairman of the health aud
relief reported that matters in connection with tho proposed sewerage
system were in statu quo. The committee, however, expected to bo favored with a visit from Dr. Fagan,
provincial health ollicer, almost nny
day. The committee had inspected
the Grand Forks hospital, and apparently that institution wns in a
sanitary condition. The chairman
was of opinion that the staff uf attendants at the hospital is insufficient,
The health ollicer had been requested to test the milk being supplied
the citizens. Seventeen graves had
been dug since the 18th day of August, and the committee was ol
opinion that something wns radically
wrong with the sanitary condition of
the city.
The members of the council were
unanimously of the opinion that the
public health bylaw was not being
enforced by the' proper officers, and
that a number of back yards in the
business district were in a disgracefully unsanitary condition. A reso-
ution was adopted calling on the
chief of police and the local health
officer to inspect the premises of
property owners, and to enforce the
provisions of the health bylaw.
Messrs. F. M. Kerhy and H. C
Kerman addressed the council in
reference to the reported settlement
of the matter in dispute between
the city and the Kettle Valley line
regarding the siding west of Fifth
street. These gentlemen spoke very
strongly against allowing the road to
maintain a sidetrack as far east as
Fifth street, claiming that it depreciated the value of their property.
The roud, they claimed, had no
right whatever to build a siding nt
this point, as it was contrary to the
charter granting the coinpany a right
of way through the city, and by a
resolution of last year's council it
had been agreed that the sidetrack
should be removed to twenty feet
west of Alexander street. The ratepayers in tne vicinity of Fifth
street were not satisfied with the
present condition of things.
Some of the members of ihe council and Mr. Whiteside, counsel for
the railway company, were of the
opinion that a reasonable compromise had been effected between
the company and the city, and the
question was disposed of for the
time being by a suggestion that a
special meeting ot ths council be
held in th.e near future for a fuller
consideration of the points involved.
Aid. Clark was granted leave to
introduce the Fire Prevention Bylaw, 1908, which was rend twice,
and then considered in committee,
after which it passed its third rend
ing under a suspension of the rules.
Aid. McCalluin was granted leave
to introduce the Grand Forks Liquor
License Amendment Bylaw, 1908,
which passed through the same
stages as the preceding measure.
The object of this bylaw is to prevent the consumption of liquor on
the premises where it is sold at
wholesale.
The council then adjourned.
Laws as to the Time When
Birds and Animals Can
Be Legally Slain
Severe Penalties  Provided
for Violation of the
Act
Fruit Growers' Association
A well attended meeting of the
Grand Forks Fruit G towers' association was held in the city hall last
Saturday evening, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing term of twelve months: President, James Rooke; vice president,
J. L. Manly; secretary, J. D. Honsberger; directors, W. Ross, Leonard
Vaughan, Al. Traunwoiser, B. Jewell, I,. Hansen, Robt. Lawson and
Mr. Collins. After the election a
set of bylaws to govern the procoed-
j nigs of the association were adopted.
The members are very enthusiastic
I concerning the organization, and
confidently expect that it will prove
I more benefioial to the fruit growers
'of the valley than nny other society
' yet formed. The objects of the association arc'of a commercial nature.
DIED
MAHAN—-Iu   Grand    Forks,    on
Thursday, September 10, at (i:15 p.
in., Ada 1)., beloved   wife of T. II.
M.'ihan, aged 58 years.
Deceased had been ill for a num
! ber of months, and tbe end was not
'entirely unexpected.      A   widower
and two daughters, Mrs. H. 0. Jack-
,snn of Wallace, Idaho, and  Mrs. N.
M. Mcintosh of thi? city, survive
j her. The family have resided in
j this eity for about aight years, Mr.
Mahan being head bookkeeper at the
I Granby smelter. A large circle of
, friends   and  acquaintances extend
their  sympathies   to  the bereaved
fain ly.
The remains will  be shipped to
Spokane tomorrow morning, and the
. funeral is to be held in that city on
: Monday next.
At the reqnest of local sportsmen
the following extracts from the ga'no
laws nre published:
Non-residents must tnke out a license—big game, §100; game birds,
$5 (for one week).
Birds living on noxious insects
and pheasants, quail, partridge
(English or gray or Hungarian),
robin, gull, chaffinch, blackbird
(English), thrush, linnet, skylnrk,
swan, eggs of protected birds must
not be taken at any time.
Be&ver (until 1st August, 1911),
cow or calf of caribou, moose, elk or
wapiti; deer (fawn), mountain sheep
(ewe or lamb), must not be taken at
any time.
Duck of all kinds, snipe, bittern,
heron, plover, meadow lark, may be
taken from the first day of September to the first day of February.
Grouse of all kinds, including
prairie chicken and ptarmigan, may
be taken from the first day of September to the 31st day of December
—the exception is willow grouse,
which cannot be shot until after October 1st in the interior.
Moose (bull), carioou (bull), elk
or wapiti (bull), hare, muy be taken
from September 1st to December 31.
By order-in-council a closed season
is declared in certain dislricts.
Deer, mountain goat, mountain
sheep (rani), may be taken from
September 1 to December 15. By
order in-council a closed is declared
in certain districts.
Land otter, marten; may be taken
from November 1 to March 31,
It is illegal to kill in one season
more than live caribou (bull), five
deer, two elk or wapiti (bull), two
moose (bull), five mountain sheep
(nun) 250 duck, 250 snipe.
The following game birds only
may bc sold: Duck, snipe, heron
and plover between tbe 1st September and Inst (lay of February, moose
(bull), mountain sheep (ram),mountain goat, caribou (bull), and hare
between the 1st of October and the
31st of December; deer (buck only)
between 1st September and 15th
November.
It is not lawful for Indians to kill
does or fawns from tho first day ot
February until thc lirst day of August.
It is illegal at any time— "
To export game birds or animals
in their raw state, or any portion or
part of same, except deer, marten
and Inml otter and animals nnd birds
killed under (icense granted to nonresidents;
To kill or take game birds or animals of any kind imported for acclimatization purposes;
To hunt deer with dogs;
To kill deer for the hides alono;
To trap, net, snare or take by
means of gins, baited lines, drugged
bait or other contrivances, any of the
birds mentioned in the aet, or to attempt to do so;
To take, or attempt to take, trout
by using any explosive, lime, poison, net, seine, drag-net, or other de-
Percy Adrews Caught on 0.
Crossing by
ing Freight
Rig Smashed Into Kindling Wood
taking wild duck
geaaa, bntt&ies, swivel guns or   sunken puntsUn non-tidal water;
To expose for sale any decr.mouu
.tain smVp/elk or wapiti, moose or
"SfttiJjMwithout the head on;
To expose any game bird lor sale j     P, R. Cl'OSSing  by  PaSS"
without its plumage on;
To sell or expose for sale any I
game birds or animals during close!
season;
To keep game iu cold   storage   at
any time; j Man Seriously Iijurned and
To trespass or permit dogs to enter on enclosed lands;
To buy, sell, or offer for sale, barter or exchunge any deer of bet
black-tailed species, alive or dead, or
the skin, bide or any portion thereof,
on Vancouver island and adjacent
islands;
'lo export from the province any
deer, alive or dead, the hide or any
other portion thereof;
To kill, take, trap, or attempt to
kill or take, beaver, or sell, bailer or
have in possession untanned pelts of
beaver at any time during the period
of six years Irom the 1st August,
1905;
To take trout under six inches in
length.
A closed season has been declared
by order-in-council forthe following
animals and birds in ihe districts
named:
Mountain Sheep—All that section
of the province to the south of tbe
Canadian Pacific railway from the
coast as far e.ist as the Columbia
river, from Revelstoke to the international boundary;
Moose and Wapiti (commonly
called elk)—In East Kootenay;
Prairie Chicken—Throughout the
province until August Slst, 1909;
Willow Grouse and Blue (irouse
—In the Okanagan electoral district
until September, 1908;
Grouse of all kind in the counties
of Vancouver and Westminster between the olst day of August, 1908,
and the 30th day of September, 1908.
The new Dominion regulations
relative to the fishing industry 'in
British Columbia contain a few
clauses of special importance to inland waters.
Tbe taking of trout of all kinds is
prohibited from November fifteenth
to March twenty-fifth, following, except in the waters of the interior of
the province of British Columbia
east of the one hundred and twentieth meridian, west longitude, where
the taking of trout of all kinds from
November fifteenth to May first following is prohibited.
No kind of netting is allowed in
fresh water lakes and on non-tidal
waters.
Salmon under three pounds must
be returned to the water. Trout under three pounds cannot lie bought,
sold or exposed for sale in the province.
The general penalty for each offence is n line not exceeding 8IU0or
thirty days' Imprisonment, or both
line and imprisonment.
For  shooting  mountain   sheep,
wapiti or elk,   moose and   caribou:
out   of   season  or   in exeecs of lbe,
number  allowed,  fifty dollars   or
eaoh animal.
For shooting mountain gnat out <>f
season, or in excess of the number
allowed, twenty dollars for each animal.
For shooting deer out  of  season,
A serious accident occurred at the
C. P, R.   crossing  just   tbis  side of
'• the Kettle river bridge, in tbe West
end of the city, at about 11 o'clock
yesterday morning.    Percy Andrews
| nnd his brother, ranchers living
about   half   a  mile below the city
'cemetery, were coming to the  city
i with a load of produce. When they
were on the middle of the cn.ss.ing
an east-bound freight train rushed
by, hurling tlio hoises, rig und occupants to one side of the truck.
The wngon wns broken into kindling
wood, while Percy, who was driving
the team, received wounds which,
though considered dangerous, muy
not, in the opinion of tbe attending
physician, prove fatal. The wounds
consist of a fractured skull; injured
spine, but not of a sufficiently serious aature to cause paralysis, and a
few minor cuts and bruises on various parts of the body. The injured
man was at once removed to the
Grand Forks hospital, and Dr.
Kingston was summoned, who
dressed the wounds. The patient is
reported to have rested easily during the night, nnd thnt this morning conditions are favorable for his
ultimate recovery.
Mr. Andrews' brother, who was
riding in the same rig, escaped serious injuries. He was thrown under
the wagon box, and, excepting a few
bruises, was none the worse for Ins
thrilling experience.
The crossing where the accident
occurred is a dangerous place, and a
similar mishap was narrowly averted there a couple of years ago. The
road runs along the side of a higb
bluff, and in driving from the west
it is impossible to see approaching
trains until you get in tbe middle of
the track.
Grand Forks Won   .
The cricket game in Greenwood Labor dav between the Grand Forks nnd
Greenwood clubs resulted in a victory
for tho former club by tlnec runs.
Tiie match was very keenly contested
throughout. The visitors won tlio
toss and elected to bat lirst, but
against somo capita] bowling and good
fielding could only muster a score of
2'1. Greenwood followed with 50
runs. Lunch was then served. In the
second innings the Grand Forks boys
did belter nml put through 60 runs,
thus leaving Greenwood lo mnke 30
to win the game. This proved too
much for tlii-m, they only being able
to pile up a score of 20, thus leaving
the Grand Forks buys winners by three
runs iu a very exciting gnine. \\ in.
Pearson for the local club took   nine
or in excess of the number allowed, i wickets for seventeen runs during thu
a line of twenty-live dollars for each [game. The members of Grnnd Forks
animal.
  i team praise their opponents very high-
Fur taking trout out of season, ally for the many courctsies nnd undo e not exceeding fifty dollars. ' bounded hospitalities extended to them
For taking trout by illegal devices, , by the Greenwood club, who in tbo
a line not exceeding two hundred levelling u'nvo the visitors a banquet at
and fifty dollars. I the Windsor hotel. Speeches, songs
Any constable, peace officer, orI and stories wore the order until a late
vice other than hook or line. (£n game warden can arrest without war- hour. The Greenwood team will play
lakes of fifty square miles or over i rant, any person found committing the return match in this city next
nets, seine or diag arc nllowed);      ' ' on offence against the game act, and ' Sunday.
To use salmon roe as bait for tak-inns Power t0 selirch person*} vessels
ing trout; | nml conveyances, and shops   where      A|)()Ut seveiitv-five people from this
To buy or sell heads of mountain ga,»°   is   usually   exposed for sale, I city   8pcnt   j^r  day  in I'hoenix,
sheep, elk or wapiti, moose,caribou,  storehouses, warehouses, restaurants,
or the teeth of wapiti or elk; ; botel8 or eatln8 ll0Use8'
To sell grouse of any kind, prairie
chicken or ptarmigan; Tho  Sun and the Toronto Weekly
•To kill any game birds or animals Globe for 81 per year.
taking in the sports in the afternoon
and the ball or the smoker in the evening. The excursion train returned to
the city at an curly hour Tuesday
morning. Try our
Tuckawilla
Tea
50c per lb.
n
Has a
Fine Flavor
Sold only by
John Donaldson
Phone A30
Columbia Avenue
night, October 3, to reach Spokane
about 6 o'clock October 4. There
will be twenty-five cars, and Manager
Cosgrove has the assurance that upwards of two hundred and fifty horses
will come from Helena. These are
horses going around the Montana circuit from Butte, and will contain a
superior lot of animals to anything
that has ever before raced in Spokaue.
With fair prospects of a good lot from
North Yakima, where a large contingent of Seattle horsemen, now racing
their speed marvels at Seattle, will
make their way from the Meadow
meeting, it is certain that all former
records for number nnd quality of
running race horses will this fall be
surpassed. With the certainty et the
greatest harness meeting ever held,
the prospects for lovers of horse racing are bright,
IT
PEESONAL
ulljp Stoning £nn
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1908
AN Ottawa politician, who claims
to be well informed respecting
the intentions of the government, makes thn positive assertion
that Tuesday, November 3, has
been decided upon as the date for
holding the general elections. This
gentleman also states that a formal
announcement to this effect will be
made before Sir Wilfrid Laurier
leaves on bis Ontario tour, unless
the premier should decide to make
it himself at a meeting at Niagara
on September 15.
Next Attraction
One of the moat pleasing of the season's offerings at the Grand Forks
opera house will appear on Thursday,
September 17th, when Grace Cameron, the dainty comic opera star, will
make her initial bow in C. H. Kerr's
_ latest musical production, entitled
"Little Dollie Dimples." In this role
Miss Cameron has ample opportunity
to display all her versatility as a vocalist, actress and delineator of child
impersonations; and this is saH to be
the strongest role, musically and dramatically, that Miss Cameron has yet
appeared in. During the first act
Miss Cameron's part is that of a
ragged, sympathetic, homeless waif,
twelve years of age, and the dramatic
situations are strong in the extreme;
while six years later—which is supposed to elapse between the first und
second acts—finds her appearing in
the role of a French maid, iu which
she has gained such enviable notoriety
and praise hei etoforo ill such prod tic-i
tions as -'The Telephone Girl" audi
"The Kreiieh Maid." No pains or
expense has heen spared in mounting
this production, or forming the company, to mnke this the one hig unlit
offering of the present Benson, ns will
In: noticed by the following well
known and iinnoi'tant cast: Harry
llewley; the celebrated mimic; Roger'
(Irey, character impersonator; Clvde
Clydence, comedian; haisv King, soprano; the Shubert Musical Four, in'
their big musical specialty; Louis lior-
don, baritone; the Klin City quartet,
and a bevy uf show girls, a pony ballet, male and female chorus and uug-
mented orchestra ure features of this
performance.
City Solicitor Sutton went up to
Greenwood today to transact professional business.
J. E. White and bride returned to
the city last Saturday from their wedding tour in Ontario.
A. W. Fraser returned home on
Wednesday from a three weeks' vacation trip to the coast cities.
Miss Jennie Murphy, formerly of
this city, but now a resident of Nelson,
visited friends here last Saturday.
Lloyd A. Manly returned from
Coleman, Alta., last Saturday evening, and will spend a short time with
his family in this city.
Mrs. W. L. Wells left on Monday
last for Astoria, Oregon, where she
will reside permanently in future.
The Wells family were pioneers of
Grand Forks.
T. H. Rea, of Chicago, formerly
manager of the Betts & Hesperus
mine, on Hardy mountain, was a visitor in the city yesterday, after having
inspectad the various mining propositions in this section.
Robert Keffer, formerly editor of
the Anaconda (B.C.) News, but who
is now a student at the Washington
State college, is spending his vacation
with his parents in Greenwood. Mr.
Keffer was in the city yesterday for
the purpose of inspecting the Granby
smelter, as he is preparing an address
on that institution for the benefit of
his fellow students.
A Genuine
Bargain
J. Hammar offers
his House 'and Lots
on fourth Street for
sale for
$3,500
Terms to Suit.
line and four on the Canadian side.
All of the above claims are adjoining
and capable of being worked economically from the American side, with
tramway connection with the Kettle
Vallev line.
Thorpe A Taylor, photographers,
will be installed in Blome's old studio,
Bridge street, about September 10th.
All work guaranteed.
Attention is directed to L. A.
Manly's ad. on the third page. This
is a rare opportunity to secure real
estate at a bargain.
E, T. Kingsley, editor of the West-
■n Clarion, Vancouver,  was  in   the
oity yesterday.
TENDERS fOR HAULING
P. BURNS C& CO.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
FRESH AND
CURED MEATS
Fish and Game in Season
FIRST ST.,  GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Nyal's Face Cream
r A superior non-greasy, nourishing skin food. Soon
absorbed by the skin, and leaves no shine. Better
than Cold Cream.
Lowney's and Webb's Chocolates
A full line now in at prices ranging from 15c to 90c
per package.
H.   E.   WOODLAND, Druggist
ORE SHIPMENTS
BREVITIES
LeRoy Stevens, of Windsor, Ont.,
has leased the Proyince restaurant on
Riverside avenue. He reports doing
a good business at present.
It is reported that eastern capitalists have bonded the Dykehead mineral claim, near Christina lake, and
that development work wa« started
on the property this week. The
amount of the bond is said to be fifty
thousand dollars.
A. C. Larson opened the Pioneer
Hand Laundry on Government avenue, in the West end, last Monday.
Citizens who have political or religious
scruples against patronizing the "yellow peril" can now get their laundry
work dune at   home bv  white labor.
E, A. Heniiing.of St. Peter's creek,
near Male, Wash., died at the hospital in this city on Sunday. Deceased
had been cutting sawlogs, when one of
the trees broke on hiin, and in his effort to make his escape he was hit by
the butt end and pinned to tho
ground, thus sustaining internal injuries which resulted in his death.
Hecn away, or junt going? In
either ease we have everything you
need in toilet articles.' Valley Violet
Talquein Powder, Cologne nnd
Florida Water, Manicure Articles,
Brushes or Sponges, and all at special lute season prices, Rutherford
& Mann.
rPENDERS are asked by the under-
l signed up to noon Wednesnay,
September 16th, for hauling
100.000 brick (more or less) from the
Kettle Valley line spur on Third
street to the new Province hotel building on Bridge street.
E. LARSEN.
OAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
yJ LEW JOHNSON, MANtsES
One Night Only f Pf
Thursday,   Sept.  M.J
The Comic Opera Star,
Grace Cameron
Supported by a Strong Company,
in C. H. Kerr's latest musical production,
"LITTLE DOLLIE
j)
Some of the people in the cast:
Harry Bewley, the Celebrated Mimic.
Roger Gray, Character Impersonator.
Clyde Clydence, Comedian.
Daisy King, Soprano.
Louis Gordon, Baritone,
Shubert Musical Four.
Elm City Qurtette.
Bevy of Show Girls.
Male and Female Chorus.
Augmented Orchestra.
USUAL    PRICES
Seats on Sale at W.  H.  Itter's Stationery Store.
liood Racing at the Fair
A long line of racers, including
horses of nationol reputation, will he
on hand nt the sounding of the gong
for the fifteenth annual race meet of
the Spoknne Interstate Fair association, Manager Robert H. Cosgrove
has completed arranganients for a
special train for hoi'semeu to leave
Helena   about   10  o'clock  Saturday
The Ai st deer killed in this section
during the present open season was
shot by n woman. Think of it! And
thi< after ull the fun we've made of
the Ladies' Rifle club. Mrs. Fisher,
of this city, killed it this week up in
the North Fork country with a small
22 rille. The animal died so suddenly
and effectually that there isn't the
possibility of a chance of attributing
ils demise to accident or old ago.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA
IN   PROBATE
The Brifisli Columbin Copper coin-
puny is still operating its two diu-
iriond drills on its Lone Star properties, neur Danville. The eompany
has lately acquired title to two claims
at fancy prices, It now controls five
claims   on   the   American  side of the
hoy. 1908, It whh ordered by His Honor
Judge Brown, Local Judire of the Hnpreme
Court, tlmt A. C. Button. Official Administrator,
heuiliiiiiifstnilor of till uuil singular tlm estate
oi Olmrles F Siwh, formerly of umnd Fork*. B.
c, deceased. Intestates
livery jK'THini Indebted to the saiil decerned Is
required to make payment forthwith to the undersigned, and every person hi possession of
effects Monglng to the deceased Ih requited
forthwith to notify the undersigned.
Every creditor or other persou having any
claim upon "r Interest in the distribution of the
estate ofthe suid deoeascd Is required before
tin- I'.'tii it av of Oo ober, IfHW, to send by registered letter, addressed to the undersigned, nil
ilium-and address and full particulars of bin
plaint or interest, mid a statement of his account, verified by statutory declaration and the
sceuritv (if atlO be d by him.
AMor trio said 18th day of October. J'.iOS. the
Administrator will proceed with the alatrlbu-
tion of thesaid estate, having regard to those
claims only 01 wblcb he chall then huve had
notice.
lntr.i :<[ 1.mint Forks, C.C., the 10th day of
September, 1SHJ8.
A. 0. hUTTON,
Ofllcial Administrator,*
(.inml Korks,B. 0,
1908.
672,374
357
108,559
36.308
5,620
10,520
8,802
490
120
86
50
648,756
146,293
. 22,666
817,715
Past
Week
13.741
1,270
10,36b
3,120
Suowehoe	
Krooklyn-Sternwinder
60
8 liy	
26,869
13,138
13,015
24.163
Soulier  njHtnicnt—
Dominion Copper Co.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York,  Sept. 9.—The  following
re today's opening quotation! for  tho
stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
Grin by Consolidated. 110.00      10000
B.C. copper     7.50 7.25
Dominion Lopper     2.37J^      2.12
Metal Quotations
||Ni»   York,   Sept.  2.-iSilv*r,   51J£;
electrolytic copper, 138<«i]3 %
London,     Se 1    9.—Si ver,     23ii;
lead. £13 Ih 3d.
Good paying business for sale. Inquire at Sun office.
Tiik Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu curds just received at
The Sun job office.
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that Thk Sun is the
most widely read paper in Grand
Forks.
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE i
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties Intending lo build ivl.l do well to con-
LARK MINERAL CLAIM
Situate In the Orand Forks Milliner Division
of Vale District.   	
Where located:   In Wellington camp, south
of and  unjoining- the   Reward   Mineral
TAkVnOTICK lhat I, R. A. Henderson, not-
i,,.- ss intent for U. P. Raulstoii, free
Miner's Ccrlillcote No. I1106S7, intend, sixty
davs from the date hereof, to apply tp the
Mining Recorder for a Certllleate of Ini-
p ..veineut- tor the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 87, must be commenced before the
Issuance of suoh Certificate of  Improve-
'"u'uted this 15th day of August, A.D. 1608.
R. A. HENDERSON.
Collection Agency
I purpose opening an oflice for
the collection of accounts, adjusting of books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sales of Property Negotiated
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended to immediately Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
S. T.HALL. J. P.
Office
G.P. Telegraph Company Bridge Street
BICYCLES
AND MoVoCYCLES
High grade Bicycles. A complete line of accessories. Come
in and see the 1908 models.
Wheel repairiiijj.
GEO. CHAPPLE
FIRST STREET, BACK OF MUNRO'S STORE
SEE
THE WONDER
Ladles' and Children's Hosiery
The Leaders In Corsets lsn,st
stylus und prices.
Hand-Embroidered Waist Drawn Work
Cushions and Braid Centers
Next to Mclnnes', Bridge Stcet.
cTWRS. IDA L. BARNUM
g( A. HENDERSON, G.E. 8 M.E.
B. G. Land Surveyor
RMS""       Q«nd Fort.. B. G.
Certltlcafe of Improvements
Columbia, Bonltii Vista ami Helene Mineral
Claims, situate In the Grand Porks Mining I»t-
VlslOll of Yule District.
Where Located: Partly on District Lot 21$b
and on Mountain South of Coryell Pass.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Wm. E. Caporn, Free
Miners' Certificate No. U5S26, Intend, sixty
(lavs from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Keeerder for n Ceitlilcate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
above claims.
Anil further take notice that action, under
section 87, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., thiB 28rd day of
May, A. D. 1908.
WM. E. CAPORN.
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Frcih Consignment ol
Confectionery"
Received Weekly.
Postoffice  Building I
GREAT REDUCTION
SALE 0/
REAL ESTATE
Lloyd A. Manly *ill ofl'er on
tho Uth duy of September, 1908,
at the office of the British
American Trust company, Nine
(9) Two (2) Acre Blocks 'of Fruit |
Land, in the McCarren Addition, adjoining the City of Grand
Forks on the West, and being
only a few minutes' walk from
the C.P. B. and G.N.Ilv. depots.
This land is  subdivided, level
and laid out in streets and blocks
Price   8100   per   bluck  of two |
acres, $25 cash, balance in four
or six monthly instalments.
This is a bagain at $50 per acre.
Also Eighteen (18) Lots in
Buckle Addition just across the
C.P. By.
These  lots are 82 feet frontage and  125 feet deep.    Two, I
three or four adjoining lots can
be purchased at $50 per lot.
This   is   also   excellent fruit |
land and is sub irrigated.
Residence on the hill also for
sale.
Terms easy.
The above offer is good
until October 12th, 1908,
only.
Grand Forks, B. C, September 10th, 1908.
CHUKCH SERVICES
Knox Piiksbytkkian Ciiuhoii—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
ni.; Sabbath school and Bible1 class at
9:45 a.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wed
nnsday at 8 p.m. All are cordially
invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, Bev. Schlich-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 9:45 a.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Chuiich, Bev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
The  Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81 per year.
THE
COPPERo
HANDBOOK
(Xew Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics anrl finances of
copper, It is a pracical book, useful
to all ami necessary to most men engaged iu any branch of the copper
industry.
Its facts, will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man, Jt gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists anil describes Ki.'Hi cupper
mines and companies in all parts nf
the world, descriptions running from
two lines tu sixteen pages, according
In importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to III' the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
ilie fuels it gives him about mines,
mining anil the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investment', and poppet' statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is §5 in Buckram with gilt
top; $7.00 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may he returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigau[
DIED
Hansen—In Grand Fork, on Friday, September 4th, 1908, Matilda
Hausen, wife of Lars Hansen, aged
CS years. Deceased leaves an aged husband and three sons in this city to
mourn her loss, The Hansen family
have resided uear this city during the
past four veal's, coining here from
Utah.
The funeral left the family residence at two o'clock on Monday afternoon, and at four.o'clock the service
was held in Holy Trinity church.
A. large number of friends and acquaintances followed the remains to
their last resting place, interment
taking place in the eity cemetery.
Westward Ho
The September number of Westward Ho is not only up to the expectations which the sanguine publishers
have created, but far exceeds them.
Its short, crisp and pointed romances
are all that could be desired. Not one
of them but gives us a new insight into human life and conduct. The Remittance Man, a tale of Medicine
Hat; The Mission of the Roses, and
An Old-FaBhioued Colonel are, with
several others, fascinating, and best of
all, elevating and calculated to draw
out and inspire all that is best in the
reader. This is the kind of fiction
needed in the home.
The September articles are lucid
and concern present problems, industrial developments, and tne future potentialities of Western Canada, to
which the publishers seem intensely
devoted. Those on Prince Rupert in
the Making, The West as a Field of
Immigration, An Appieciation of Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy, and many
others, are all most interesting and instructive; while art is gracefully
touched by John Kyle in Sketches
from Nature, the romantic-historical
in Ruined Cities of Ceylon, and the
domestic in Country aud Suburban
Homes.
Military Drill at Fair
One of the big features of the Spokane fair will be the military drill on
Oetober 6, the second day of the fair,
by the two Spokane companies of the
Washington National Guard, under
command of Captains Denton Clow
and Benjamin Hayes. The soldiers
will arrive on the ground in themor
ing, and from that time until late, iu
the evening will carry out in detail all
of the duties that would fall to their
lot in war time, so that all visitors on
the grounds may see for themselves
what the life of a National Guardsman in actual service is.
Compressor at Knob Hill
The Knob Hill Mining k Milling
company's compressor was put in
operation at Danville last week for
the first time. The remaining 800
feet of tunnel will be completed with
all haste. Manager S. L. Beyer has
taken personal charge of the property.
Do You Thlnfi
For Yourself ?
open your moulli like a youriff
Ip down whatever food or mail*
offered you ?
i       *       sfc       ffi
Intelligent thinking woman,
from weakness, nervousness,
pe, then it means much to
 .  _ _u«Ljffi.uuuiiXL',.,'i^*Liv
drufrglsls fur thp cure-of woman's i'l,i. "
iti iti th •£ . •*,
Tho makers of Dr. Piorco's Favorite Proscription, for tlio euro of weak, uorvous, rundown, over-worked, dobllltalod, patn-raokod
women, knowing this medicine (o bo iiiaile up
of tiurredlents. every one of Wblcb baa the
slrontfest possible Indorsement of tha loading
ami standard atitboritloa of ilie several
schools of practice, air DOtfoctly wllllnc, and
In fact, are only tin, irlsd iu print, as they do,
tli' formulu, or list of Ingredient* of ffblob
It Is composed, la plain i:njl,..h. ou evury
bottie-wrftppor.
ffr fft tgf fft fjf
Tho formula of I>r. Pierce's Favorite, Prescription will I "'ii ]■ thu mostcrliieal examination of medical exports, for It contain;) no
alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-forming
drug's, nntl no ncent enters Into It that is not
highly recommended by tho moat advanced
und leading medical touchers and authorities of Uiclr soveral schools of practlca
These authorities rccnmTncnd Ihe Ingredient;
-T^^^''Jl?T^-^''.; T'r/scffilon for illf
uruof exact I y tlievjme niiniT'njs for will"
. j;sw''|rl(L-^iMTn^'n'i*'ir]i' is nuTised!
*****
No other medicine for woman's ills has any
such ;?ofesslonal endorsement aa Dr. Plerco's
Favorite I'ruscrlption has received. In tho nn-
tiimllliud recommendation of each of Its
scrurnl ingredients by scores of leading mcdl •
cal men of ull tho schools of practice. Is
such an endorsement Dot worthy of your
consideration?
*****
A Iwoklct of ingrodionts. wilh mimoroui
authoratlvo profesional endorsement > hy tho
leading medical authorities of this country,
will bo mailed free to uny one sending name
and address with request for ^ amo. Address
Dr. It V. Pierce, Iiuu'aio, N. Y.
JT PAYS TO DEAl AT THE
NEW DRUG STORE
Wedd's Saline
An elegant Fruit Salt
C_y4 large assortment of
English
Hard=Boiled
Confectionery
Rutherford S Mann
A. R. Mann, Mgr.
Phone 35     P. O. Box 315
RANDOM EEMAEKS
It makes the world a doleful place
to make a brilliant discovery and hail
it aa your own, only to have a lut of
driveling acquaintances stand around
and enumerate the people who have
made it before.
Undoubtedly women spend a great
deal of money in millinery, but doubtless the sweet thing.-argue that the
money might just as well go up that
way as in smoke—cigar smoke.
A man will never be happy until he
has succeeded in browbeating his wife
at least three times in order to prove
that he is a superior individual.
According to the specimens before
the public one in search of an affinity
must have an option on the dollars or
they don't aiKne worth a cent.
Probably the most cogent reason
why a bachelor doesn't marry is because he feels he was never fertile in
excuses and expedients.
As a rule, a woman iloesnV care a
rap how much her husband stays out
nights just so he stays at Home with
her all the time.
When a man has an excuse for going down town every night it's a pretty sure sign that he is married to the
wrong woman.
When the average man makes up
his mind to take a vacation he begins
to make preparations to go out ai d
kill something,
The man who courts temptation for
the purpose of displaying his strength
usually ends up with advertising his
weakness.
Just about the time a man begins
to think he is "it" somebody comes
along and slips an   'n:i in front of   it.
A man who prides himself upon being contrary is best left in solitary
contemplation of his own grandeur.
The man who takes up a lot of room
in a street car may not occupy any
space at all in the hall of fame.
To the suburbanite life seems to be
made Up of mowing the lawn and
shoveling snow oil the walks.
Ever notice what a "big lonesome"
accumulates in a small cottage when
the wife and babies are away?
When mother's cooking doesn't
taste good he either is in love or is
about to develop measles.
Ever notice how reallv great men
can easily make vou feel at ease .\ hile
in their presence!
Ask yourself this question:   "Do I
expect more of my friends than   I   am
willing tugivoi"'
Men who like tbe same things antl
women who hate the same people are
congenial.
People who have nothing to lose
make the best lighters and the surest
victors.
Sometimes a man gets married in
order to have some ono to believe his
talk.
The path to success is paved witli
good intentions that were carried out.
It isn't what a man has that makes
lum rich—it is what he gets out of it.
When it comes to giving advice
lazy men usually work overtime.
If you are living up to your ideal it
is time you set a higher one.
Tho love of evil is very often the
root of tho money.
Hotel C°l>n
Opposite Great Northern Station
P. D. McIKlNAI-D, proprietor
Recently eomnleted und
nrvlv lurni'hiMl throughout, Conveuleutly located
fur railway men. I'irnt-
flus-i ftonommndntioiii for
transient*. Board and
room* by the week nt prevailing rates Fine li'"' o!
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
at way i iu stoek at the bar,
Grand Forks, 6. C.
TRY    THK    NEW
ProvinceRestaurant and Lunch Counter
FOK MEALS AT ALL HOURS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT RIVERSIDE AVENUE
For Sale Cheap, nr Trade—Business lut (in Winnipeg avenue, near
Tho Sun oflice. Enquire of Lew
Johnson.
Three bottles of cold   Nelson  Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1908 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekh
Globe for 81.00.per year.
CHARLES G, WHEELER
M. Inst. M. E.
Plumber by Exi initiation
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paoxe B77
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMIN6
Furniture  Made  to Order,
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
r. McCutcheon
FIRST STREET, NEAR CITY HALL
H. A. SHEADS
CITY REAL ESTATE AND
FRUIT LANDS!
A.ORNT KOH—
London Mutual Pire Tniurnuce Go,
Montreal and Cumuia,
Anglo-American,
Equity,
And other substantia] coropanlei;
"BRIDGE STREET, GRRND FORKS, B.C,
Prints more |ive Boundary news thnn
any other paper published in tint
district. Tho price of Tin-: Son is
only 81.00 per year—one*haIf the cost
of its competitors. Tiik Sun is never
on tlio fence regarding questions of
public interest. Tiik Sun is acknowledged to bo one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who .suli.scrilH.!
und feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling ai the office
of publication.
Tiik EVENING* Sun nntl theToronto
Weekly Globe nnd Canada Farmer,
81.(10 per year in advnnce.
Thk Evening Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press und Prairie Fanner nnd the Montreal Family Hcriild
.md Weekly Slur, $2.00 per year in
advance.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
ANV available Dominion Lands within the
n Railway Belt of llritish Columbia may he,
homesteaded liy any person \\ Im i-. the head
of a family, or any mate over eighteen yeara
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 180 (tores, more or less,
Entry must be made personally at the local
laml office for the district In which the laud
is situate.
The homesteader   in   required to perform
tiie conditions eoune<jted therewith  under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least *ix months' resilience upon and
cultivation of the land In each year for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
farm in tiie vicinity of the land entered fur,
the requirements its to residence may be satisfied by sUofl person residing with the father
or mother.
(H) if the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned lj,v him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements As to residence may he satisfied by
residence upon the said land .
>ix months' notice in writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coai mining rhrhts njftv ho leaser!
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1.1)0 per aere. Not more than'
2,56ti acres shall he leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty ut the rate of live cents
per ton shall he collected on the merchantable coal mined,
W.W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.
N\R.-Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will uot he paid for.
R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
FIRST ST., OPP. CITY HALL
CarpetB Cleaned and Laid.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered and Cleaned, nnd
otiier jobs in the house-
cleaning line. Rubber Tires
for Baby Carriages.
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
IS THI •REATEBT
THEATRICAL # SHOW PAPER
IN THE WORLD.
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
ISSUED WKKKI.Y.
Sample Copy Free.
FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),
ilBFRTJ BORIF I'l'W.IHHKHS,
5."0Kl" « »'. UTO ST.. NB» lorn.
PROVINCE
HOTEL
EMIL LARSEN. PROPRIETOR
Hot nnd Cold Baths. Nicely Furnished
Stove-Heated  Rooms,    untlrely refurnished nnd r ivated throughout.
pint.olass   board by day, weeta or
month.  Special rates to stead} hoard*
ert,    AiniTlean  and   Kuro|ieau   plans.
Ptlieit liar in i ity in Conned ion,
RIVERSIDE AVE.     GRAND FORKS, B. C.
COLUMBIAN   COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C.
Receive both Lad lei and Gentlemen at, rest*
dent  or day  student*: has a OOmpIete Com-
uicreialor Business Course j prepares itu*
deiitsto rain Teachers' Certiiioates of nil
grades; gives tho four years course for the
ii. A. degree, and the first year of the School
of Bolenee course, in affiliation with the Toronto University; has a special prospectors*
poursfl for minert who work in 11 C. In-trite-
tion is alio given In Art. Mimic Physical Culture and i.lO'Utiuii. Term '
lDOfi,   For I'ulniidars. etc., addrcs*
COLUMBIAN   MiLLLOK. SALE OF LAND
For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Municipality of the
City of Grand Forks, Province of British Columbia
I HEREBY give notice that, in pursuance of the provisions of the
"Municipal Clauses Act," and of a resolution of the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of Grand Forks, passed on the 3rd day of
August, A. D. 1908, I will, on Monday, the 14th day of September, A. D.
1908, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the City Hall, First Street, Grand
Forks, B. C, sell at Public Auction the lands, improvements and real
property, situate within tne Municipality of the City of Grand Forks, and
hereinafter set forth, for delinquent taxes, which became delinquent on
the 31,8t day of December, A.D. 1907, and remaining unpaid and payable
to the Corporation of the City of Grand Forks by the persons or assessed
owners hereinafter respectively set forth; and for interest, costs, charges
ind commissions, if the total amount due is not sooner paid, for the purpose of levying such delinquent taxes, and interest, costs, charges and
commissions'.
Assessed Owner.    Plan. Block.
Askew, Walter :.. 22 9
Blakeway & Urlin   52 18
do             f'2 18
Beer.Mrs.E. L. (i int.) 35 10
Dunlop, Mre.J.K-.(i int.) 35 10
Carter, Wm. and Anne 91
Cameron, M   52 17
Cusson,Chas.andPhilipl22 2
do                        67 8
do                        67 8
Coughlin.MiB. C  72 34
Flournoy, J. J  23 1
Fee, Mrs. J  35 13
Fee, Mrs. J  35 13'
Gill, Grace  23 24
Goodeve, Harry  23 9
Henderson, Mary  72 34
Henderson, Mary R,... 72 34
Henderson, Olive  72 34
Hayward, G.J  23 14
Hen beck, John  33 23
Jewell, Albert  23 8
Kirem, Sing  35 19
Jim Yuen  23 1
Lane, Fred  52 4
Lund, A. C..-.  35 5
Lewis, Jefferson  35 8
Morrison, W. J  23 11
Muir, Estate of J. A  86 47
McNee ti, Knight  22 3
McNee, Wm  23 8
Prest, T 123 "B"
do        123 "B"
do        123 "B"
do        123 "D"
do        123 "D"
do        123 "D"
do        123 "D"
do        123 "F"
do        123 "F"
do        123 ''F"
do        123 "F"
Sullivan, J. J  22 11
do         22 11
do        '..22 11
Spinks, W. W  22 2
Sutton,  A. C. (Administrator)  72 43
Traunweiser, Susan  23 2
Trotter, R. W  67 1
Wright,  Rev. P  35 14
do         35 18
Grand Forks TownsiteCo 88 18
do             86 18
do                28 19
do             23 19
do             23 19
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do             86 25
do               86 25
do            121 29
do           121 29
do           121 29
do            121 29
do           121 29
do           121 2»
do           121 29
do           121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do            121 29
do             121 29
do            121 29
do            121 31
do             121 81
do            121 31
do            121 81
do             72 80
do             72 30
do             72 80
do              72 33
do             72 34
do               72 34
do              72 34
do              72 34
Lot
pt. 14-15)
pt. 16-17 J
£of5
6
6-7-8
6-7-8
■'A"
11
9
2
5
19
20
3
6
3
12
13
1
5
19
11
8
5
21
5
pt. 7
19
10
3
43
44
45
33
34
35
36
25
26
27
28
1
2
3
14
Amount of Delinquent Taxes
and Interest to
Day of Sale.
Costs and
Expenses Total
$1.15
1.70
17.70
7.65
7.65
5.70
2.25
13.50
.90
.90
3.40
5.70
11.40
2.85
34.50
20.40
-3.40
1.15
1.15
9.10
29.20
31.75
2.25
11.35
5.70
10.50
17.20
20.75
3.40
1.70
10 20
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
.25
.25
.25
.25
2.25
2.20
2.20
8.50
82.05
2.10
2.85
2.35
2.35
2.25
2.10
2.65
2.05
2.05
2.15
2.25
2.55
2.10
3.70
3 00
2.15
2.05
2.05
2.45
3.45
3.50
2.10
2.55
2.25
2.50
2.85
3.00
2.15
2.05
2.60
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.40
83.20
3.80
20.55
10.00
10.00
7.95
4.35
16.15
2.95
2.95
5.55
7.95
13.95
4.95
38.20
23.40
5.55
3.20
3.20
11.55
32.65
35.25
4.35
13.90
7.95
13.00
20.05
23.75
5.55
3.75
12 70
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.40
240
2.40
2.40
2.30
2.30
2.30
2.30
4.35
4.30
4.30
10.90
12
4.55
2.20
6.75
2
6.80
2.35
9.15
7
11.35
2.55
13.90
6
3,40
2.15
5.55
6
2.25
2.10
4.3f.
9
1.15
2.05
3.20
10
1.15
2.05
3.20
12
. 2.25
2.10
4.35
24
3.40
2.15
5.55
23
3.40
2.15
5.55
9
2.25
2.10
4.35
10
2.25
2.10
4.35
11
1.70
2.10
3.80
12
1.70
2.10
3 80
13
2.25
2.10
4.35
14
2.25
2.10
4.35
15
2.25
2.10
4.35
16
2.25
2.10
4.35
17
2.25
2.10
4.35
18
2.25
2.10
4.35
19
2.25
2.10
4.35
20
2.25
2.10
4.36
9
1.15
2.05
3.20
10
1.15
2 05
3.20
1!
1.15
2.05
3.20
12
1.15
2.05
3.20
13
1.15
2.05
3.20
14
1.15
2.05
3.20
15
1.15
2.05
3.20
16
1.15
2.05
3.20
17
1.15
2.05
3.20
18
1.15
2.05
3.20
19
1.15
2.05
3.20
20
1.15
2.05
3.20
21
1.15
2.05
3.20
22
1.15
2 05
3.20
23
1.15
2 05
3.20
24
1.15
2 05
3.20
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1.15
2 05
3.20
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1.15
2.05
3.20
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1.15
2.05
3.20
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1.15
2.05
3.20
11
1.15
2 05
3.20
12
1.15
2.05
3.20
40
3.40
2.15
5.55
41
3.40
2.15
5.55
12
3.40
2.15
5.55
All
11.30
2.55
13.85
7
3 40
2.15
5.55
8
3 40
2.15
5.55
9
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2.1(1
4,35
10
2.25
2.10
4.35
Amount of Delinquent Taxes
and Interest to Costs and
Assessed Owner.     Plan. Block.     Lot. Day of Sale.    Expenses.  Total
Grand Forks TownsiteCo 72      34                11 S2.25 12.10 14.35
do            72      35                22 1.70 . 2.10 3.80
do            72      35                23 1.70 2.10 3.80
do              72'    35                24 1.70 '    2.10 3.80
do            72      35                25 170 2.10 3.80
do            72      35                20 1.70 2.10 3 80
do            72      35                27 1.70 2.10 380
do            72      35                28 1.70 2.10 3.80
do            72      35                29 1.70 210 3 80
do            72      36                22 1.70 210 3 80
do            72      36                23 1.70 2.10 3 !>0
do            72      36                24 1.70 2.10 3 80
do            72      36                25 170 2.10 3.80
do            72      36                26 1.70 2.10 3.80
do            72      36                27 1.70 2.10 '   3.80
do            72      36                28 1.70 210 3 80
do            72      36                2!) 1.70 2.10 3 80
do            72      38                21 2.25 2.10 4.35
do            72      38                25 2.25 210 4.35
do           72      38                26 225 210 4.35
do            72      38                27 2.25 2.10 4.35
do            72      38                28 2.25 2.10 4.35
do            72      38                20 2.25 210 4 35
do            72      46                17 3 40 215 5 55
do            72      46                18 3.40 2.15 5.55
do            72      46                19 3.40 2.15 5.55
do            72      46                20 3.40 2.15 5 55
do            72      40                21 3.40 2.15 5.55
do            72      46                22 340 2.15 5.55
do    ,       72      46                23 3.40 2.15 5.55
do            72      46                24 3.40 215 5.55
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D. 1908.
J. A. McCALLUM,
Collector of Taxes,
Municipality of the City of Grand Forks.
PRINTING
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 the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
•if
WE PRINT
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 Printery.
•fninnn pruvtiiwi!-tne kind *e do—is in it,e"an
KXKJKflJ [rtlLlllLlVl advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you thnt our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
satisfaction.
•if
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Pacific Hotel
OFF. C.F.R. STATION
EM rat-clam) in every retipeot.
Hnmple  rooms for commercial travelers.
Hut and Gold Maths.
Hur lu Connection.
Finest llriuinVof Wines,
Liquors mid Oi tun.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
FRUIT
ORNAMENTAL
AND SHRUBS
TREES
For Homes Orchards and
Residence Grounds.
Our Motto:
SUPERIOR HIGH-GRADE NURSERY STOCK
' Not the cheapest in price
but  the best  in quality,
Burbank's New Stoneless
MIRACLE PLUM
Capital City Nursery Company
SALEM, OREGON
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream and Summer Drinks
COR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Dooh North of Granby Hotel,
First Street.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE  AND  IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Yale Tranfer Co*
Light and Heavy Transferring to and from ths depots.
A. Mackintosh
Offloe:   Windsor Hotel. Phone ASS
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Telephone A129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutherford Bros., Props.
M  YEARS'
-DIVIDENDS-
Authorised ,—SHAIIES-^       Psld Total to    Latest      Per
Name or Company.               Capital.    Issued. Par.       1906. Date.       Date.   Share
Oranhy Cunsolldiiled-Copper.   «15,000,000     1D5.000 #100 »1,620,000 f'2,»W,0S0Sept. 1907  J8.00
Cariboo MoKlnney-Gold    uno.ouo uso.ouo   il   BgiMlfJeb. 1904    .oo
--"■'■             ■■•                                      200000       S1O0O     $5         16.000 38.221 Sept. 1908      .60
providence—Silver.
H.C. Cupper -Copper .
3.000,000   :r>()3.uoo     IS
201,200 |Sept. 1907      .01
Causae, SAO a yuar.puMage prepaid.   Bom D7
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boun
dary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.

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