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LeitislalWe Library
Ninth Year—No. 42.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. August 20, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Steps Taken to Rejuvenate
the Organization—Aggressiveness Needed
permanent tenant was secured. On
motion of Messrs. Clark anil Mcln-
I tyre, Mr. Shead's offer was unanimously accepted by a rising vote.
A. B. Hood offered his resignation as president of the board, but it
was laid on the table until the next
meeting, when an entire list of new
officers will be elected.
After various other topics bad
been discussed in an informal manner, the board adjourned until Monday evening, August 29th.
The eity band held its first meeting at the new quarters in the Cosmos hotel on Thursday evening.
The evening was principally devoted
to properly fitting up the rooms, and
very little business was transacted.
On Tuesday evening, the 23rd inst,
the first practice will be held at the
above mentioned place. A leader
is also to be selected on this occasion, and all members are requested
to be present.
Al. Farquhar, proprietor of the
Dreamland theatre, has leased the
Miners' Union opera house in Phoenix, and will run it in conjunction
with the Dreamland. Up to the
present he has about a dozen traveling troupes booked for the two
houses. On Thursday evening he
gave hia first moving picture show
in Phoenix to aTarge and pleased audience.
A   meeting of the Grand Forks
board of trade was held  in the city
hall on Tuesday evening, President
Hood presiding.    P. H.   Donaldson
was appointed secretary pro tem.
The president,   in   opening  tbe
meeting, made a strong plea for a
better attendance at the   meetings.
The board had been enthusiastically
organized two yeais ago. At the first
few   meetings   the attendance had
been fair.    Then interest in the organization gradually died out, until
it became difficult to secure a quorum.   An   active   board   of   trade
would benefit any  community.    It
was needed here to take part in the
fall   fairs and  the  national apple
show at Vancouver.    He advocated
securing permanent board   of trade
rooms,   and  hoped   the   members
would take more interest in the   organization in future than they had
in the past.
Mayor Clark was also of the opinion .that a more aggressive board of
trade  was   needed  here.    He was
constantly in receiptsof letters from
people looking for locations for new
■  enterprises, but he did   not always
have the time to give them the attention   they deserved.    He had a
letter from Mr. Kistler, of the Great
Northern railway, offering to make
displays of Kettle valley fruits in
the company's exhibition cars which
1 are to make a tour of the large
' American eastern cities.   This was a
mutter the board should give miiiie-
I diate attention.    We  were   also to
have a Dominion geological survey
i party in the North Fork district this
fall, and the board   should   furnish
them any information  they  might
require.    Mr.   Clark  closed  bis remarks by saying it was  his  candid
) belief   that an active board of trade
oouki   double   the    population   of
Grand Forks during the next three
VV. K. C. Manly was also  of  the
| opinion that a   live   board of trade
would do more than anything else to
advance the interests   of the community,     and     .John     Donaldson
thought the ranchers of   the   valley | ,nunSled condition.
' perienced   miners.
, A Vancouver dispatch states that
the contract for the extension of the
Kettle Valley railway from Kock
creek to Bull creek, on the west fork
of the Kettle river, a distance of
thirty-five miles, has heen awarded
to L. M. Ryo ifc Co., contractors, of
Vancouver and Seattle. The grade
has already been completed from
Midway west for ten miles. Construction work, it is said, will be
started within three weeks. J. J.
Warren, of Toronto, president of the
company, is now on his way from
Vancouver to Midway.
Mike Bauer and D. Hantaan were
accidentally killed at the Snowshoe
mine on Wednesday afternoon.
They were running a machine in a
glory hole when, without warning,
a large quantity of roak caved in,
carrying men and machine down
the slopes below. In order to recover the bodies, ore was drawn
from the chutes. They were iu a
Both were ex-
Bituer   was   a
(should be invited   to become  mem
bers of the board. '. si"Sle m,ln' ",ul bad Wl,rked al the
On motion of Messrs. Clark and ' mines in l>hoenix oamP lor the lmst,
jManly, the monthly membership fee five >,rars- lle lms " l,rotller at MlU!
I was   fixed   at  $1, und a committee
City's Agreement With Kettle Valley Line to Come
Before Commission
All the members of the city coun
cil were present at the meeting on
Monday evening last.
A communication was read from
Wm. Bonthron, Btating that he had
received a contract from A. D. Mor-
jison to build a sidewalk front of the
latter's store, the walk to be one step
lower than the concrete walk in
front of the Royal bank and to slope
toward the west. He wanted the
council to sanction the plans. The
chairman of the board of works recommended that the request be
granted, and the council concurred
m the recommended.
A number of letters were read
from Alberta parties in answer to the
advertisement in a Lethbridge paper
for a team for the fire department.
No selection was made.
A leiter from the Municipal NewB,
soliciting subscriptions and offering
to publish the photos of the members of the council, was ordered
A communication from F. H. Hut
ton and Leo Mader informed the
council of the resolutions adopted at
the citizens' meeting. The city solicitor stated that he had had a conference with E. Miller, who drafted
the Kettle Valley line bylaw, ami
they had come to tbe conclusion
that the penalties in the originil bylaw hud been eliminated from the
one on file. Mr. Sutton wns of the
opinion that the only remedy the
city had wus to bring the matter hefore the railway commission. Mr.
Sutton read the agreement which
the Kettle Vulley line entered into
with the oity in 1906. Mr. Hutton,
who was mayor ut thf time the bylaw was adopted, explained tbe negotiations the city had with the Kettle Valley Line company. He was
under the impression that tliere had
been a heavy penalty in the bylaw
for non-fulfillment of its provisions.
The bylaw on file did not appear to
him to be the same as the one which
had been originally passed by the
council. W. H. Dinsmore thought
that before auy action was taken in
the matter, the city should ascertain
what the company intended to do.
He also wanted to know who wus
to purchase a team for the city, the
price not to exceed $800
The chairman of tbe water and
light committee reported that the
city electrician had tested the fire
alarm system, and had found the
sunic in good condition.
The mayor reported that the city
band had been reorganized. On behalf of the city, he had promised
the organization the use of the Cosmos hotel as a band-room, together
with free water and light and fuel.
On motion, the report was accepted
and the mayor's promise was confirmed. A grant of $15 was also
made for new'music.
The mayor reported having had a
conference with the health officer
regarding an isolation hospital.
Grand Forks, he had heen informed
by the provincial officers, was to
have one of its own, located somewhere in tbe vicinity of the city.
The cost should not exceed $700,
and he thought the provincial government would contribute $500 of
this amount. Tbe matter was referred to health and relief committee and the mayor.
Aid. Henniger reported that the
eemetery bad been very shabbily
taken care of this summer, partly
owing to an inadequate water supply at the grounds.
The Greenwood Ledge was in
a truth-telling mood when it said
The Sun man is not included in
the Grand Forks "eiwash" list. But
this, is an assertion tbat can't be
made of all newspaper men in the
Word was received in Phoenix
last Saturday from the head offices
of the Granby company tbat a start
was to be mide immediately to rebuild the buildings destroyed by
fire in Phoenix last Friday, and all
hands were retained.
R. J. Pettigrew, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. W. J. Mclntyre, in this city for a short time,
returned to his home in Toronto
this week. Mrs. Mclntyre accompanied her brother east.
Mr. and MrB. G. M. Fripp left on
Thursday for the Hot Luke sanitorium, in Oregon, wheae Mrs.
Fripp will receive medical treat-
Mrs. A.  Robinson and daughter
last week visited at the home of Mrs.
Robinson's parents, Mr.uml Mrs. E,
Mills, in Keremeos.
Fair Directors Making Good
Progress—Trophies for
Sporting Events
iwus appointed to solicit members
land report at a meeting to be held
'on Monday evening, August 29th.
The committees was also instructed
to secure promises from prospective
members to attend the next meeting, and also to interview the business men uml get nominal Bubsorip
Misses   Hay  and
milliners, left today
where they intend to rcsiilt
Haninan bus worked i re8ponsi,,le f"r lmving lhe pcl"llty i Tl"'s- Wa«»i electrician at the I °" Monday, August 29, so
struck-out of the bylaw. Mr. Sut- Granby sinelier, returned yesterday the people an opportunity
on again adviced laying tbe matter|'rpui Rossland and Northport. Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.   Th
before the railway commission;   He
The Phoenix Pioneer office wus
destroyed in the big lire on Efiday,
and the paper wus not published on
Saturday.    Mr. Love, the proprietor,
I tions from them for the  purpose 'of is "pending his vacation in the east,
securing permanent rooms.    If suit- "lul "° °"e '" the c"m'' RPPeara  t0 I railwaV
ble quarters were   found   the  com- know what the future'plans   of   the'
mittee, acting in conjunction with   PaPer are'
the president and vice-president,was
Ampowered to take immediate  possession,   provided sufficient
Mr. and
waukee, Wis
at   the   Snowshoe mine for the past
eighteen months.    He wus a native
of Finland, and leaves a wife. ,     ,
dui not think the commission would
accept Section 12 of the agreement
us a sufficient excuse  for the  com-1    Mrs. 11. (
'. pany not fulfilling  its  contract. On
I motion   of   Aid.   Rutherford    and
Manly,   thc city  solicitor  was  instructed to lay tbe matter before the
commission   at us early a
date as possible.
The   chairman of  the   board   of
Harvey Mahan, bookkeeper at the I works rePortl!d that the  briok   l)ik's
Granby smelter, has  been  confined ! had bee" amoved '«>'" the  streets.
., ,,      ,,u , to his home by  illness   during   lhe j »'»'O'Ray was going to Alberta to ' kanc
■vere available,    lhe president   »P",      t week I purchase   horses,  and   Mr. Ruther-
lointed  Messrs. Gardner, Mclntyre ,v '  ford desired the.council to.'aulhorize
|Hood as such committee. The increased price of champagne j him to buy a team for the city.   On
H. A. Sheads offered the premises i has  brought   enforced   sobriety  to I motion of Aid. Manly and   Follick,
ecently vacated by the Royal bank, many   a   newspaper   man   in   the, the board of works was instructed to
ree of charge to the board   until   a ' Boundaiy district. ' make arrangements with Mr. 0' Uuy
The directors of the Agricultural
association met in the city hall on
Thursday evening, President Kerman presiding.
In behalf of transportation, Mr.
Clark reported that rates of one fare
and a third had been procured from
the C.P.R. from Creston west and
Arrowhead south.
Mr. Clark reported that the skating rink would be proffered to the
association for exhibition purposes
free of charge. Mr. Hood reported
that the curling rink would also be
offered tbe association gratis. The
offers were accepted with thanks.
A resolution was adopted authorizing the preliminary expenditure of
a sum of money for putting the race
track in first-class condition.
It was decided to hold the exibits
at the rinks and the sport at the
race track. In the evenings on the
Ith and 5th of October special attractions will be put on at the rinks.
The firemen's wet test will take place
at the race track on the morning of
the 5th. A cup has been offered
the association as a prize for the
championship tug of-war team of t'j 3
Boundary district. This eup will be
contested for annually.
It was decided to petition the
mayors of Grand Forks and Phoenix, urging them to proclaim Wednesday. October 5, a civic 'holiday.
The secretary was instructed to
write to the secretary of the Mid way
assciation, inviting them to join us
in our fair.
The following committees were
Fruit—J. D. Honsberger, H. W.
Vegetables—A. B. Tweedle, Robert Hughes.
The secretary was instructed to
notify the secretaries of the associations at Nelson, Kaslo, Creston, Arrow Lake, Midway and Keremeos,
requesting tbem to send exhibits to
our fair, the association to place men
in charge of the various districts as
per Nelson list. Prizes $100, SMI
and i.25, and $lo for transportation.
The meeting then  adjourned till
Attenbury, the Thursday evening, August 25.
for Vancouver, j - ~
perma-      '^n   excursion  train  will  lie run
trom the Boundary towns to Nelson
to give
tn hear
fare lor
,   of
the round trip will !»■ 8
The rains on Saturday and Sunday nights cooled the air antl
dumped the forest lire', imirli to the
relief of Fire Warden Mix.
The provincial government bus
forwarded a special grant of 81300
toward a new school in I'hoenix, the
■a. Gilbert Peoni
■ the guests of Mr.
'one at Danville.
Keriiian anil daughter
have returned home from a short
outing at Christina lake.
Rev. Calvert left this week for
Victoria, where he is attending the
Methodist convention
Mrs. I'lillen. of Oakville, Ont.,   is ^^^
visiting ut the home of her daughter, old school house in   that city  being
Mrs. ('. (,'. Heaven, destroyed by fire on Friday last.
II. C. Kerman returned on  Wed
nesduy from a business trip to  3po- The nnme of the Republic Record
hus been changed to The Paystreak,
J. A. Bertois, of Cascade,  was   a The   paper   bus   been  greatly  im-
visitor in the city on Wednesday. proved under the new management,
B. G. Ritchie, the Cascade  mer- «ni1 its news service  is   now   excel
chant, wns in the city today. '<">'•
Ernest Miller, M.P.P., went up lo      The public and high schools   will
open on Monday, August 29tb,
Phoenix lust Sundu JOHN   D. SPENCE
Slip Stoning §nn
Published at (irantl Porks. British Coliimbiu
Editor nntl Publllher
A Hie of tills paper can he seen at the olliee
of Messrs. B   4 J. Hardy « Co., an, BI and 88,
Fleet Street, K.C.. London. Kimluii.i, free of
tthnrpe, antl that Hrm will he clad to receive
siihseri|.tions nod advertisement* on onr be-
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Address all communications to
Thb Evening Sun,
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While there is no longer any
doubt ns to the success of Grand
Forks' first agricultural fair, to be
held on October 1th and 5th, every
body should do his or her share to
make it surpass our present anticipations. Our fruit and poultry exhibits we know will be creditable,
because in these industries the Kettle valley leads the province. The
mineral display should also be the
hest that can be gathered in this section of British Columbia. But
tliere are otber branches of industry,
such as the handiwork of the artisan
and tbe housewife, that should be
well represented. The local merchants could also make attractive
exhibits. In short, there is room
for everybody to help. The more
varied the displays, the greater will
be success of the enterprise.
There were between fifteen and
twenty persons present at the meeting of the Athletic association in the
city hall last night. The rink proposition was discussed at length, and
a resolution was adopted admitting
those present to membership of the
association provided they signed the
roll and paid a fee of 81. Tom Cook-
was appointed a committee of one to
procure a list of the old members,
and to obtain new members. Any
one can join the association by paying the regular membership fee, $1.
The meeting adjourned till Friday
evening, September 2, when new
trustees and directors will be elected.
line for one million feet of lumber,
The lumber is to bc delivered at
The Ladies of the Maccabees will
give their annual ball in   the   opera
house on September 21.
K. .1. Miller will shortly move his|
undertaking parlors to  the   Averill
building on Second  street, recently
occupied   by   Misses   Hay A Allen-
The Methodist Sunday sehool will j
hold their annual picnic on Friday.1
August   2(1, nt  Grove  park,   below
Frache Bros.' grounds.
The city's cnse against the Kettle
Valley lines will come up for consideration at the next meeting of the
railway commission in Nelson,
which will be about September 12.
C. G. Russell and Miss Bessie
Buekless, both of Greenwood, were
married in Spokane on the 7th
The annual picnic of the Presbyterian Sunday school will be held
near the Columbia greenhouses on
Wednesday next.
Hoi.v TRINITY Ciiukcii,Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong anil
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, '1
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well its at 8
ii.in. Week-day and special services
aa they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox Presbyterian Ciiuhoii—
Sabbath services ut 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
m.: Sabbath school and Bible class at
11:45 a.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Hev. M. I), McKee, pastor.
Methodist Church, Rev. Sohlioh-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
m. anrl 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 9:15 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening ut 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, S p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Ciiuhoii, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—-Services on Sunday
ut 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.; Bible
ilass and Sunday school   at. 2:30 (i.m.
A well known young man of this
city was in such a rush to get home
last Sunday night that he stepped
out of a second-story window instead
of taking the stairs downstairs. It
is said that be was mistaken for a
Some business men are so fond of
being deceived that they even endeavor to believe that they cun reach
the consumers of this district with
out advertising in The Sun.
Game Regulations
In another month hunters throughout the province will be preparing
for an invasion of the game districts
of the country, for according to the
regulations issued by the government
the first legal day when the quest of
gume may be undertaken is September 1st, when ducks, geese and snipe
may be shot on the mainland and
islands adjacent thereto, but on Vancouver island the season will not be
open until September 15.
Blue and willow grouse may be
shot in Kootenay from September 1
to Deeember 31. Prairie chicken
may be shot throughout the prov
ince during October. Ducks and
geese between September 1 and February 28. Deer may he shoot between September 1 and December 15.
A workman named Kennedy, em
ployed at Robinson & Lequime1!
Bawmill, met with an accident this
morning whereby he sustained a
broken leg.
The personnel of the Boundary-
Keotenay cricket team which will
participate in the tournament at
Victoria on August 22-27 is as follows: Herbert and Henley, Fruit-
vale; Butler, Stubbs, Kerr, Crau-
ford, Bourke, Wilkinson, Wright,
Nelson and vicinity; Wade, Trail;
Mahon and Manning, Grand Forks.
The executive ol the local club wish
to thank their friends for their
liberal subscriptions towards defraying the expenses of the trip to the
const of the (irand Forks representatives on the team.
Mining Stock Quotations
jjNiiw YoiiK.Aug. 19.— The following are today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Hid
Granby Consolidated.   38.00   32 00
B. C. Copper       5.50     -1.50
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 1!).—Silver, 5.1J
standard copper, SI 1.75(812.10, dull.
London, Aug 10—Silver, 21 11-16;
lead, _£ 12 ils 3d.
YEARS AGO people used lo
make themselves hctrd bjr
shouting from the house lop*.
If you tried that to-day you
would probably have to appear
before a commission In Insanity.
NOW-A-DAY.Y the business
man uses our Want Ads.
JKKDLKWORK wanteil t > do at home.   Call
i   on Mrs. Win   Keron, Second street'
A Dollar  Goes a
Long Way
when you bu}) your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beet, mutton, lamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
business honestly upon
and give the best you can get anywhere. Our meats
are tender and delicious-—our poultry fat, fresh and
tender, and our hams and bacon fit tor a king at
Snap it gfuick
Why"   not  get    a
permanent picture
of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
have: a camera
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line.
-):WOODLAND    6c   CO.K-
W. ,1. Keyes, representing Miller
A Riobard, typefounders, wus In tlie
city on Wednesday, nnd sold The
Sun new material amounting to '25
cents, more or less. This will give
The Sun the undisputed title as the
leading olliee of thc Boundnry.
Nine times in ten stomach kerange-
ments are responsible for sallow complexion, dull eyes and thin body.
It is the stomach that supplies
nourishing blood to the muscles, the
nerves, and skin. If the stomach is
health}', pl.inty of nutritious matter
will be absorbed by the blood. If it
is not healthy, the food will ferment,
and undigested, will pass along through
the bowels, furnishing so little nutritious matter that the blood becomes
impoverished, and the glow of health
If you suffer from nervousness, sick
■ headache, belching of gas, sour taste
i in the mouth, heaviness nfter eating,
or any other miserable stoma'ili dis
ttirbanoe, you need Mi-o-na, and the
sooner you get it the quicker you will
be healthier and happier.
It will relieve any distressed stomach condition almost immediately. It
will cure if used according to direction". Woodland it Co. sells it for
50 cents a .urge box, and they think
enough of it to guarantee it to cure
Goon PASTUU.M1I'. tor futile clone to city:
safe fence: ahttwlace of fectl.   For terms
apply to John llnnimcr, Koui'tlt of July ereek.
WANTED-Situatlnu an janitor or Imrteml-
er.   Address W.  J.. General  Delivery,
Grand Korks, 11. C.
CURNISHEl) KOOJIS-Apply Mrs. K. Craw
r    fjrtl.
1 DVKRTISINO SPACE In The Suti.tlio molt
\   widely reail newspapi-r in the Kettle Val-
TYPEWRITER-Ollver:   new.    Apply Sun
I    office.
rHRRK   BOTTLBS  colli   Nelson   Deer   511c.
I    I.ion Bottling: Works.
BARN AND HOUSE—The Forrester hum. '.
lots and house, iu Columhia.   Apply .1. II
Plath, Box 10.
A HUE BOTTLE Pert Wine Wo.   Lion  Hot-
-   tlliiu Works.
In the Estate of Wassil Kiszkoin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the late
Wassil Kiszkoin, who died on the
Kith day of February, 1910, at Grand
Korks, B.C., are requested to send by
post, prepaid, or deliver to the un
dersigned, solicitors for the above estnte, their names and addresses and
full particulars in writing of their
claims and statement of their accounts
and the nature of securities (if anv)
held bv them.
And take notice, that after the 1st
day of July, 1010, the executor will
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which they shall have had
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D.
Eckstein it McTacioaht,
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B. C.
Solicitors for Executors.
City and Suburban
JteJfcPB Jk-nr.xn-'. KT.   LOT between
C   tfl%n   S.'cuinl mid  Thi .1 streets,
Ira ^a ______■ M. 1   jUHt ill) mi Juiliri!   l.t'Hiny'.s
**\^ **\W^LW y*amW   mul It, Giiw'h   places;  »en-
united from nil 'ither proportfei  t».v 10*ft,
I uue: as larnea-* neveii or oluht ordinary lots.
nilj.ii.niijr l.itu urn worth $ibQ\ would make
nice home, with suHluleut irround for ohick*
ens. fruit,garden nml luwn; most desirable
.oeutloii In city.
First-class work in every branch
of the business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let us submit estimates on work.
full line of high-
rade 1910 models
of wheels. Sundries and repairs
of all kinds.
Winnipeg    Avenue
BuilderS Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specified-J
tions, Etc., at Reasonable]
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenut
PHONE   18
Parties Intending to build wi.l do well to con J
mill mo.
Application for Transfer of Liquor'
LAND—1GU acres good timothy lnnd.   Apply
Mils oHlce.
SPACE for advertising   i_urpoii.it   In  The
ECU    ___
llottlini; IVorhs.
OPEOIAI. OLD PORT »1 por gallon.   Lion
The Young Men's club will meet
in the Presbyterian church next
Wendesday evening.
Alex Robinson,of the Kettle Kiver
Lumber company, has been awarded
the contract  by  the  Kettle Valley | Woodland ct Oo.
(KmmSD HI6H-0-ME1
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back.   Sold and guaranteed bv
! Hot Air, Lone Pine nnd Lookout. Mineral
: Claims, situate in the Clrunri Forks Mining
! Division of Yule District.
When- loi'iiti'ii:   In McKinley cnmp.
TAKK NOTICE that I. Fred w. Held, Pree
| I Miner*' t'ertifioate No. vXlWlf®, for myself
and as agent for •!• \V, look, rieo Miners'
Certificate Nu. BS6260, and A. I, IVhlteiide,
Free   Miners'  Certificate No.   B18856, intend,
sixty dat'B from the date hereof, tu apply to
the Mining Recorder for Certificates of im-
: provi'inent.    for the  purpose  of cihtitlniug
1 crown urants of the above claims.
And further take notice that  action,  under
seotion 87, must he oommonoed before the
j Issuance  <»f   such   Certificates of   Improvement,
i    Dated this M day nf July, A D 1.M0.
35   ACRES  adjoining
>-lty limit., on   s Kith ;
14 ncres cleared t 160
T     _   -—   _ fruit trees; new four*
room house: tmm f<>r six horses; horse,
hiiUify. double harness and farming Implements.   All for $8200.   Easy terms.
and three lots within
otic block of business
T   .    — centre;   lawn,   shade
trees, fruit 'rees, berry hushc«, large garden.
Will also sell furniture of bouse  If  desired.
One-liHlf oaih, Inihince terms.
I'i   miles from  town;
7-rnnm   bouse,    plus1.*
crc.i; large biiKgyshed,
woodshed; 160 trult
rees. 71) hearing; li'sj acres strawberries,
gooseberries, currants, raspberries: free fioni
trost; the best location around Grand Forks ;
plenty of go.id water; fruit and crop included.
-Between 3 bnd 4 acres
lu West end of eity;
first-class soil, all uuder cul ivation; small
"dines: v
 ,.,„..- -_-     ucrlllce
r Is about to leave City.  Terms.
• _X»« _:_. I  ■.•,,  !..• iiiiw   ilnii
house, woodshed and outbuildings; well and
pump: KOOd fence.   This Is h sacrilice.UHown-
'   tbont to leave city, Tern
•$8000 cash, balance terms. One
  ol hest hotels in
S*\\\W       ■     '**saW   a*   *9asT    **auw    ~*aar     t ll V   I 111 W \ 11 t'-S I1 _• 11
ire of (irand Folks; uow doing 11 protltublc
business;   owner desires   tO remove to   the
coast, Tnik ll the beit bargain hi this part
of the province, as there aro but mveu hotel
licenses in the I irand Korks. 'Ity Is growing
rapidly. Soother town iu southern Hritish
Columbia has as bright future prospects.
For further information re
garding the above properties
call or urldress
NOTICE is hereby given that l|
will at the next regular meeting
of the Board of License CorntuisV
sioners for the City of Granrl Forlf-l
make application for the transfer oC
the retail retail liquor license held bv]
ine in respect of the Colin Hotel, ill
the said City of Grand Forks, fioni
myself to Charles E. Peterson anr|
Gus Eastman.
Dated  at Grand  Forks, B.C., Maj
3rd, 1910.
p. d. Mcdonald.
To the License Commissioners  for tlu|
Cily of Grank Forks.
Yale Land District, liUtrii.t oi Similkameei
TAKli NOTICIS tlmt Walter Oiry, of Bran
1 don, Man,, .occupation Vurinur, intend, ti
al'lilv for permi.8lon to piucliase thc follow
iiiudcHcrilii'il lunds:
i (HiiiiK'nciir: at   ti   post  planted   on   Ih
south boundary of Lot  :l_IS. and ubout te
chains nortli ol the N.W. corner of Lot 747 o
Bid ISheep  Creek:   thence  west 111(1 cliaim
thence south 411 chains; thence cast 80 chuim
theuce north ill chnins; tlieuce eust HOchuiut
thence north 211 clinin. to point of com luetic.
ment. r
WALTER QBRV, Applicant I
By J. K OuUsUm, His Agent./
Duted this 12th duy of Jlurch, 19111.
Don't forget that The Sun nas thi
best job i-rinting deparrment in tbj
Boundary country.
The Sun job department util
letitls all Boundary printing estaff
nients for modern material and til
up-to-date quality of the work 1
turns out. Show cards for widnows and  inside |
are a   fine  form   of  silent salesmen.
Make them  brief, terse  and   pointed.
Print tliem  plainly, to be read at u
A new lot of latest designs nf pro
gram anil menu cards just received ut
The Sun job olliee.
New Edition Issued Nov. 10, 1906.)
Is ii dozen hooks in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It. is a praeieal book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the coppes
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4636 copper
mines and companies iu all parts nf
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it gives hiin about mines,
mining und the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining in vestments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is $6 in Buckram with gilt
top; $7.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of re
ceipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Buttercup Ice Cream
Our SODA FOUNTAIN is now running full swing, and we
can give the best satisfaction as to QUICK SERVICE
Special Prices on Ice Cream for Garden Parties, Afternoon Teas, Etc
j Prescription Druggists.
Phone 35 Night Service
Yule Land District, DUtriet of Similluimeeu.
TAKK notice that I, ARneM Ellen Paulson,
of Holland, H. C occupation wife, intends to apply for  permission to purchase
tbe following.ik'Vurlheri lnnd!':
Cnmineiiftinir at a pout planted at the
southwestnot-ner of James Miller's pre-emption. Lot 11888.1 on Deep Oreek; thenoe north
60 chains; thenee wo^t'JOchaitm: thence south
•JO ehains: thenee we-t 40 chains: thenoe
Bonth 20 ohalost thence east tiOchains to tiie
point of coniinfliieninent
J. K. Cranston, Agent
Dated May 16th. 1901.
Yale Land District, District of Similkameen,
TAKE NOTICE that I,Thomas Henrv Paul-
I son. of Paulson, B. C, occupation Merchant. Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Coinmenoinir at a post planted abont sixty
chains northeast of the northwest corner of
Miller's pre-etnpMon, Lot UHI S„ on Deep
Creek: tnenco east 4(1 chains; thence north
40 chains; tbence west 20chnliiB; thence norln
SO chnins: thenoe west 40 chains: thenee
south Wl chains; theuce enst 20 chains', llieuce
south 40 chains to point or commencement.
J. It. Cranston. A Kent.
Duted May nth, win.
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete Btook op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh C'onBlgnmeut ol
ita'oiveii wei'kly.
Postoffice   Building
(Published Annually)
Enables traders throughout the  world to
communicate direct with English'
in each class of goods. Resides being a complete commercial guide tn Loudon and Its
suburbs, the directory contalus lists of
with the iioods they ship, ami the Colonial
and Foreign Markets they supply;
arranged under the Torts to which they sail,
and indicating the approximate Sailings;
of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., In
the principal provincial towns and Industrial
centres of the United Kingdom.
A copy of the current edition will he forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal
Order for 20s,
Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise
their trade cards for £1, or larger advertise
nients from £3.
25, Abehurch Lane, London, E.G.
Yale Land District, District of Similkameen,
T.aKR notice i hat Stan 0. Jones, of Coleman,
1 Alta., oeoliptulou Miner, intends to up*
I ly for permission to purchase the following
described lauds:
toiiimeuc.iii.nl a post planted about SO
chains east oi the southeast corner of Lot
mils, <ni Oeup Greek, uud on the south side of
ihe West Kootenai I'ower & Llffht Company's rig.-t nf way; thence weH along the
W.K.P.A L. Co.'s right of way W chains;
thence South 2d eliains; thence east 60 chains:
tbence north 2U chains to the point of commencement.
STAN C. .IONICS, Applicant.
J. B. Cranston, HUAuent.
Dated this Pith day of April. 1010.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large ami ever-increasing
circle '.if our readers thah through Thk
Sun's  advertising columns.
Bicyclks and Kkpaih Wobk—A
complete line of HMO models, A few
second-hand wheels cheap, Wheels
to rent,   Geo, W. Coopkb,  Winnipeg
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,   bun Job Olliee.
' na
;■$«";; '.tAsTVEAR 1,20,bod Ptqpiit attendedtme .
A $ 20.000.00 RACE PROGRAM
Hotel QoYm
Opposite Great Northern Station
Recently   completed and
newly tarnished through*
out. Conveniently located
fnr railway men. t-'irst-
chiss accommodations for
transients. Board una
rooms by the week ut pre-
vailing rates. Pine line of
Wines, Liquor*and Cigars
always In stock at the bar.
siig    Grand Forks, B. C.
Sponders make prosperity.
When in doubt, cut it out.
Some men walk like seatesmen.
Most love .stories are white lies.
Never take a nod for a legal yes.
Great popularity has to be  nursed.
Few women are as they are painted.
Love letters are certificates imbecility.
No battle is ever won by gorgeous
Heal prosperity can stand a lot of
Mighty little comes of trying to do
too much.
Youth has the future as a solace for
its mistakes.
Some men scent bad luck and stum
ble into good.
In some people procrastination is
simply timidity.
Some women ijuit bad losers in winning a husbaud.
before bieakfast think something
of the day before.
Most deals are easy to get into and
hard to get out of.
There is a great deal of love-another-
oue spirit in divorce.
It's very lucky for a child not to
take after its father.
Most men think banking is easier
than carrying a hud.
No gift is better than the spirit
wilh which it is given.
The best memories know how to
forget to their advantage.
A big family can keep a man out of
most other temptations.
Good fellows in the crowd ale bad
providers in the family.
Knowing good things to eat is no
bar lo the stomach aciie.
" When the devil invented money he
found he had a sure thing
Tliere is art in cuttini. out a tale of
woe ut the right moment;.
Many a man tries to stand on his
rights when he hasn't any.
One can't always disguise the breath
of suspicion by spicy talk.
M uch of our generosity is inspired
by a passion for showing off.
It doesn't lake much courage to
talk hack over thc telephone
Much honesty comes from thinking
how easy it is to be found out.
Many a young man is willing to
marry an heiress in spite of it.
A woman is always a girl till she
gets married, years or no yeai <.
How one woman doesn't enjoy
hearing another woman praised!
j. Often the answer to the question to
lake or not to take i.s, llow iimcli!
A fanatic is a man who will fight
for his religion when he hasn't any.
Of course a woman can't remember
ycry far back; she isn't old enough.
The silence ot a man may he more
eloquent than the speech of a woman.
Any man Would rather he a great
young man than the greatest old man
Some people die before they should,
.ml others Ine ajter thoy should he
lea! I.
Kvery time a man goes wrong the
women in the neighborhood say, "1
told you so."
When a man could lose money
cheerfully at cards it would he somebody else's.
Occasionally a woman is unhappy
because -.he thinks other women are
not as happy as she is.
11 is only when a person is very old
; and   very   rich  that  he or she is regarded as foolish for wanting to marry I
June Mineral   olaim, gttnate In the Grand
Porks MlnlnK Division i,l  Yiilo District.
Where LocatPd:   In Hrown's Cnmp.
TAKK   NOTIOE Unit 1. Albert K. Savage, Flee
■     Miners' Cprlilinite No. S3712H, I ti t I. nlxtv
(liiye Irom ,lHte hereof, to apply to the Mining
Reecrtler for u Oeittflcate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
utiove claim
And further tnke notice that action, under
section 37, must he commenced hefore the issuance of suoh Certificate of improvements.
Dated at (iriiud Forks). B.C., this 4th day ol
June, A. 0.1910
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
that on the 23rd flay of May,
1910, it was ordered by His
Honor Judge Brown that A. C. Sutton, Public Administrator, be administrator of all and singular the estate
of Patrick Moran, late of Deep Creek,
B.C., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to said estate is required
tu make payment forthwith to the un-
ersigned, and every person having in
possession effects belonging to said estate is required forthwith to deliver
same over to the undersigned.
Every creditor oi other person having any claim upon or interest in the
distribution of the estate of deceased
is required before the 1st day of July,
1910, to send by registered letter, addressed to the undersigned, his name
and address and full particulars of his
claim or interest, and a statement of
his account, verified by Statutory
Declaration, and the nature of jthe security (if any) held by him.
After the said 1st day of July the
administrator will proceed with the
administration of the estate, having
regard to those claims only of which
he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., the
26th May, 1910.
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B.C.
NY available Dominion Lands within the
Railway itelt of llritish Coliimbiu may be
hom est ended by any person who is the head
of n family, or any mule over eighteen yours
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for the district in which the lund
is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions connected therewith uuder
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land In each year for three
(IJ) If thc father (or mother, If tht* father Is
deceased), of tlie homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements us to residence may h« satisfied by such person residing with the father
or mother.
(B) If the settler bus his permanent residence upon farming lund owned by him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the snid land.
Six months' notice in writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lunds
nt Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal—Goal mining rights mav be leased
for a period of twenty-one yenrs at an annual rental of $1.00 per aore.   Not more than
2,560 acres shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rute of five cents
per ton shnll he collected on the merchantable coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication   of    thli
advertisement will not be paid for.
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Itinrla.
Upholstering  Neatly  Done.
r. McCutcheon
®lj?Eimtiug Sun
Prims more live Boundary news thnn
any other paper published in the
district. The price of Tin: Sun is
only f 1.00 per year—one-half the coal
of ite competitors. Tiik .Sun is never
on the fence regarding questions uf
puliliu inti.'ivst. Tiik Six is acknowledged to !> ie uf the brightest
papers published in the interior of
tin* province. Those who subscribe
and feol dissatislied, will havo their
money refunded by calling at the allies
of publication.
Tiik Kvkxini. Sun and the Toronto I
Weekly  Globe and   Canada   Farmer,
$1.00 per year in advance.
Tiik Kvknino  Sun, The  Winnipeg
Weeklv Free Press and Prairie Farmer and  the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, {2,00   per  year  in j
Tiik Sun is  read  by everybdy   be
cause ii prints all the Uuuudary news
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
5i_.ii* « W. 28TU ST.. Nik Yu,.__.
Furniture Moving a Speoialty.
All orders receive drompt attention.
Hotel Proving!.,
Receive both Ladles and Gentlemen ns regi-
dent in* tiny students; hot a eomplete Com*
morolal or Business Course; prepares sttt*
dentsto irnin Teachers' Certificates of nil
grades; gives the four Roars' course 1<t the
B. A. degree, and the first yonr of tlie Sohool
of Science course, iu affiliation with the To*
ronto University( bat a speeiul prospector*
conrso for miners who work in B.C. imtruo-
Hon Is also irlven in Art, Music, Physleal Culture nnd Uloaution.  Term oponi Sept. it,
IHUN,   I'or Calendars, ete., iidtres*
Vou illicit as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on n sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
renders by advertising in any other
medium. Remedies are Needed
Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines would
not often be needed. But since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through
indiscretions whioh have gone on from the early ages,
through countless generations, remedies are needed to
aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise
acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach
weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a glyceric compound, extracted from native medicinal roots—sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For
Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating,
Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea end other Intestinal
Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy.
The genuine has  on  its
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You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alco-
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T''\ rierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and
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^^^^^^^ | Diether; St, Paul fraction, noith fork
|of    Kettle   river,    C.   E    Hamilton;
Following  are the locations, cer- j Kiickfonl, north fork of Kettle river,
tilicates of work, hills of sale, etc., I?' ?' Waas; LonB Star fraction, Path
,,.,,,-, „.      _ Under oamp, survey, Bayley et al.
recorded in the Government office at j ____________ _
(Irand Forks, B. C, of the Grand I
Forks mining division, from August1
0 to August 19, inclusive.
Joe Martin
What do you think of   the  Ottawa
government's proposal to form a Canadian navy? Hon. Joseph   Martin was
Black, north fork of  Kettle   river,  asked in Vancouver.
H. J. Birnie; August fraction, Brown's      "I think that itisa waste of money.
camp, relocation  of K.V.I, fraction,   * think t,m. » "»v& "^ of,   bein«
, any protection to Canada or the   em
it C. Foe. | j.;,.^ wj|| |)e   a  (jjjjfcihot  menace.    If
CERTIFICATE OF WORK. : Canada  wants  to   help   they should
Carhonute, Wellington camp, John make a grant from year to year to as-
Buckley et al.; Blackbird, near Paul- "is* the navy. Then the money would
son, G. A. Paulson   estate;   Christina be '™le available-every dollar of  it
would   count.    As   it  is  halt of the
money will go in graft, or at least one
I quarter   of   it, and the rest will   be
wasted on useless ships,
]{., McKinley camp, John W. Hark-
ness: Helen Jane, Christina lake, C.
Sandner; Phoebe Ann, Christina lake,
Chas. Sandner; Jim Hill fraction,
north   fork   of   Kettle  river,   C. F.
2,500,00 feet of commercial
timber on property; $500 hewn
log house; North Fork runs
through land; Kettle Valley line
survey crosses property; deed
clear. $875 cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
It is said that Hon. Joseph Martin,
muny years ago when he was attorney-
general of Manitoba, made a 4 a.m.
call on some American railway magnates in the yards at Winnipeg. Since
that time, whether for the purpose ofi
drawing a red herring across the scent
or because of the brazenness of the
propositions made to him, Joe has been
continuously cried graft. Through
piracy he became premier of this
province. The people kicked him out
of office as soon as they had an opportunity at the polls. Joe Martin is
the last man who should pose as an
examplar of purity in either private or
public life. He is a disgruntled politician, with whom the people of Canada years ago became disgusted. The
public men of Canada will compare
favorably with those of other countries. There are some rascals among
them, but the vast majority of them
are above rdproach in public and  pri
vate life. They are not blatant demagogues shouting in unison with every
mob. Joe Martin should be run out
of the country. He has never attempted to benefit anyone but Joe
Martin. He is not a statesman. He
has never been elected on any national question. In all his politcal campaigns he *as elected by advocating
some temporary popular frenzy. Like
the cheap clothing dealer, he doesn't
expect to catch his man a second time.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has held the confidence of the people of Canada for
fourteen years; Joe Martin never had
the confidence ef any body of men except a frenzied mob, and then only
for the few hours the frenzy lasted.
True, he was attorney-general of Man
itoha, but lie wanted to be IT, and
Premier Greenway accepted his "resignation." That was the end of Joe
in Manitoba. He was attorney-general in British Columbia. Again he
wanted to bc IT He was premier
for about three months, or until the
electors had an opportunity to kick
him out. Two of his cabinet were
not members of the legislature, ond
never could be elected in an intelligent and justice-loving constituency,
Joe is not even a has'been—he never
was.—New Denver Record.
J. B. Fleming, principal of the
high school, returned this week from
a short visit to Spokane.
Mrs. M. Young, with her daughter, Mrs. E, Barron, and granddaughter, Grace Barron, left for a
month's visit to Seattle, Victoria and
Vancouver on Wednesday.
The material for new street bridge
across the Kettle river at Danville
has arrived on the ground. The
bridge will be erected on the old
A 8100,000 mill is to be erected at
the Napoleon mine( in the Orient district, and 810,000,000 worth ef gold
and copper-bearing ore is to be converted into currency for the benefit of
the stockholders of the British Columbia Copper company.
The federal government of Australia has shipped to the dry farming
exposition to be held on tl e Interstate
Fair grounds, Spokane, October 3 to
9, a large exhibit of grains and
grasses, dried and preserved fruits,
illustrative of the splendid products
of the antipodes under advanced dry
Bridge Street,
The beat* and most
-nhstiMit ini Ilre-nro'tf
building1]!! the Hnuii-
diiry   country,    Kn-
cetitly completed und
n L* w l.v furnished
throimhmit. Equipped with ull modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally located. Kirst-olnss ac*
commodutions for the
ravelling public.
Hot and Gold Baths
First-Class Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
in Connection.
EMIL   LARSEN,   Prop.
The following table gives the ore shipments of  Boundary mines
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
1907 1909   Poet Week
Granby Mines, Phoenix      613,537    1,067,983       21,118
Snowshoe. Phoenix       135,001       170,360        2,070
Mother Lode, Deadwood      208,321       350,433 7,500
B. C. Mine, Snmmit.
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork ,
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance", Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Repuhlic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
We are prepared to do all kinda of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,598,715       31,642
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Spacer"—"The Automatic Tabulator"—"The
—"Tne Adjustable Paper Fingers1'—"The Bid-
ennfiP I'n-donsud Key.
Yours (or   17
Gents a Day!
I (Ml     tills
new sales plan recently, just to feel the pulse nf
the people tfimnly a small rush payment—
then 17 cents a day. That is the plan In a nutshell.
The result has been suoh u deluge of applications for machines that we are simply astounded.
The demand comes from people of all classes,
all Bgea, all occupations.
The majority ol inquiries has come frnm peo-
leof known financial standing who were attracted by the yovelty of the piopos* "on. An
impressive demonstration of the Immense pop-
ulnritvof the Oliver Typewriter
A startling confirmation of our belief that
tlie Km of Universal Typewriting Is at hand..
A. Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
Tlje «_
The Standard Visible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter Is h money-malm
right from the wont "go!" Soeaavtn run tlmt
beginner* soon got in the 'Expert" class, Knm
ueyou learn. Let the mnchlrt'i ray the 17 cents
11 day—and nil above that is yours.
Wherever you are, there Is work to bo done
nnd money to be made by using the Oliver. The
business World is calling for Oliver operators.
There are uot enough to supply the demand,
Their salaries are considerably above those of
manjCclassesof workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is the battle ory todav. tVe have made
the Oliver supreme in useful ness and absolutely
Indispensable in business. Now comes the con
quest of the home,
The Simplicity niifl strength ofthe Oliver lit It
for family use. It |s becotnltur an important
factor in the nome training of young people,
An educator as well as a monev maker.
Our new selling plan puis tlie Oliver on the
threshold Of every home in America. Will vou
close the door of yoiy* home or oflice on this remarkable Oliver Offer? '
Write for further details of onr ensv Offer ami
a free copy of tne new Oliver catalog,  Address
The Oliver Typewriter Coinpany,
Oliver Typewriter BuiMIng,
Always Carrie.* in Stock
a Fresh Supply of,
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
■or Hon In j a
Kaior Hontnr ■ Specialty.
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Total Treated      1,133,017     1,3.14,107
Authorized ^--bhab«b-^ Paid    Tntol to    Latent     Per
NlMSoir Company.               Capital.    Ianued. Par. 1906.       Daw.       Date    Share
OratibyCoi.i.ol_dnted-Copper...$15,000,000.    llK.OUO $100 $1,620,000 *S,56..6S0 Deo. 1908 $8.00
 Carlhnn McKlimey-Uold     1450,(100   1,110,000     $1           M6.837 Feb. 1904      ™>
28 SI2   Providence-Silver       200 000       31000     $5 16.000        38.221 Sept. 1906
1    "lCob.Copper-Copper    8,000.000   :503,ooo    $9               201,200 Sept. itm
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door Nobth of Granby Horn.,
First Sthkkt.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Rutherford Bros., Props.
60  YEARS'
tlr ...
. OJrtosi agency .„. „
Piuonta taken through Mutin A <
■cut froo. Oliliatipi
Pal out* token thi_.
tpeeUU notice, w It tioufc i
unto, In tl
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific Journal. ™ '"
Canada, $U5 a '
G5 5* Ht, Wathinaton, U c
ilatlon of any [■(lentigo Journal. Terms for
_iniMia, ${.:& a yoar, postage prepaid. Sold by
■U iiowsdenl"!-".


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