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Sixth Year---No. 50.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. July 12, 1907.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
THECIIYCOUNCIL
Power Agreement With W. K.
P. & L. Co. Approved by
the Council
Waterworks Bylaw Prohibits
Lawn Sprinkling Between
8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
The mayor and all tbe aldermen
were present at tbe special meeting
of the city council last Friday evening.
Tbe board of works recommended
tbe construction of a foot bridge
across tbe river at First street. They
reported tbat tbe old piers would
not be suitable for a light top, and
it would be better to put in new
piers closer in and leave tbe channel
free. The matter is to be taken up
at once with the Yale-Columbia
Lumber company.
Mayor Hammar laid an agreement with the West Kootenay Power & Light company on the table
for the consideration of the council.
He had obtained the agreement from
Manager Campbell, and the latter
wished the matter expedited, as he
was about to leave on a two months'
eastern trip. The mayor had sug-
guested three yeara as the life of tbe
contract, which the company bad
apparently favored. The council
agreed on this time, but thought
that tbe privilege ot an extension of
the contract for another period of
three years should be made optional.
Tbe contract, if executed, becomes
operative on the 1st day of September next. The company agrees to
deliver 2000 volts of power at the
city limits at lc per kilowatt. Tbe
company objects to the city furnishing power to parties outside the corporation limits. The conUact wns
discussed at length, and a few alterations were decided upon. It was
finally referred to the city solicitor,
with instructions to draw up a new
agreement, making the suggested
changes, and submit it at the next
meeting.
The question of the sale of the
city's machine at the smelter power
station was also brought up by the
mayor, but no definite action was
taken.
Aid. Hardy was granted leave to
introduce the waterworks bylaw,
and it was put through the first
three stages, including consideration
in committee. The bylaw prohibits
the use of city water for lawn
sprinkling purposes between the
hours of 8 o'clock in the evening
and fi o'clock in the morning. A
larger nozzle than 3-16 of an inch it
also forbidden.
Tlio council then adjourned to a
separate session Monday evening.
them to Manager  Campbell, of the
power company.
On motion of Aid. Woodland and
McCallum, the mayor was authorized to negotiate with Manager Jay
P. Graves and Superintendent A. B.
W. Hodges for the sale of the city's
machine at the smelter power station on a basis of $7000.
The mayor reported that the
poundkeeper was doing a thriving
business at present. Up to the
present this official's vigilance had
cost the mayor $1 and Aid. McCallum $1.50.
On motion of Aid. McCallum and
Horner, the city clerk was authorized
to purchase a flag for the city build
ing for state occasions.
The city clerk was instructed to
notify the railway companies to cut
all obnoxious weeds on tbeir right of
ways inside tbe city limits.
The matter of proper drainage in
a portion of the hotel district was re
ferred to the health and relief committee.
The council then adjourned till
next Monday night.
The mayor and all the aldermen
were present at the session Monday
evening,
On motion, the waterworks bylaw
was reconsidered and finally passed.
The agreement with the West
Kootenay Power & Light* company
was then considered. After a brief
discussion it was approved as amended at the last meeting and the city
solicitor was instructed to prepare
two copies of the same and  forward
Nineteen Silver Cups
Nineteen silver cups are to be presented to the winners in special classes
of exhibits at the Spokane Interstate
fair this year. Manager R. H. Cosgrove states that this is the largest
number of trophy cups ever given at
any fair of the association. The special classes of exhibits for which a cup
is to be given and the names of the
individuals and associations donating
the cups are aa follows:
For the best pair grade mares or
geldings, the Dr. Kelson cup, donat<d
by Dr S. B. Nelson, of the Washing-
ton State College of Pullman.
For the best draft stallion, any age
and any breed, a silver cup donated
by the National Live Siock Insurance
association of Portland.
For the best grade of colt, three
years or under, a hadsome silver cup
by the Western Live Stock Insurance
association of Spokane.
Silver cups have also been donated
for the best herd of beef cattle, any
age or breed; for the best beef steer;
for the best herd of dairy cows; tho
best display of 10 head of Holstein,
either eex or any age; best herd of
hogs; best flock exhibit of Angora
goats; best single horse attached to any
proper vehicle; best horse and runabouts; best sidgle horses shown to
wagon or any road vehicle; hest pair
of horses and wagon or other suitable
vehicle; best pairof horses to be shown
before a brougham, landeau, Victooia
or station wagon; best saddle horse, to
be ridden by a lady; best gentleman's
saddle horse; best pair of horses to be
shown to delivery wagon; b.:st pair
heavy draft horses. In addition to
these prizes the Spokane Harvard
club is to give a silvur cup as a prize
in the stook judging contest. Manager
Cosgrove states that a number of silver cups will also bo given in tho clog
show.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, July 11.—The follow-
i g are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
Granby 130.00    154.00
Dominion Copper     6.25        *>.77i
B.C. Copper     9.60       9.12J
Metal Quotations
New Yohk, July 11.—Silver, 67j}j
lead, 85.25; electrolytic copper, 21 J®
22; casting copper, 21 J.
London, July 11.—Lend, £20 Ios;
silver, 81.
FROM THE MINES
Provincial Mineralogist's Report for 1906 Has Just
Been Published
Shows Value of Production
Exceeds All Preceding
Years
The report of the provincial mineralogist, W. F. Robertson, for the past
year has just been published, It gives
gratifying information as to the year's
production of mineral, showing a
greater value having been derived
from mines in 1906 than in any previous year. The report says that the
production for the year 1906 was
$24,980,556, which is 11.2 per cent
greater than that of 1905, 31.6 per
cent greater than that in 1904, and
42.8 per cent greater than in 1903.
The increase last year was due
chiefly to Boundary and coast districts, with a slight increase in the
Cassiar district.
East Kootenay and Cariboo districts
about held their own last year, while
Lillooet and West Kootenay showed a
considerable increase. In this latter
district, however, Ainsworth more
than doubled its output, Rossland and
Nelson nearly held their own, but
Slocan and the rest of the district
show a marked decrease.
The tonnage of the ore mined in
the province, exclusive of coal, was
this past year 1,963,872 tons, some
257,193 tons, or 15 per cent, greater
than in 1905.
The number of mines from which
shipments were mode in 1906 were
154; and of these only 77 shipped
over 100 tons each during the year,
practically no change from the preceding year.
Some 41 mines shipped in excess of
1000 tons each during the year, of
which fourteen were in the Boundary
district, eight in Nelson mining division, six in Trail mining division,
ond five on the coast.
The total production for all years
up to and including 1906 shows that
coal mining has produced more than
any separate class of mining—a total
of 79,334,798—followed next in importance by placer gold at $78,721 -
103, and third by lode gold at $41,-
015,697.
The metal gold, derived from both
plncer and lode mining, amounts to
$IO!),720,800, thi' greatest nmount derived from anv inie metal or mineral,
the next m0*»t important licing copper, of a total gross value of $36,156,*
578, followed by silver at $25,686,008
and lead ut $17)626,780,
The values of the total production
of the mines of the province for each
year from 1890 to 11100 chows that
the output has increased nearly tenfold, and has now reached a production for the past year valued at $24,-
980,545, or more than double what it
was In 1899.
There has been a decrease in the
production of placer gold of some
•820,800, and at thc same time a decrease in the output of lode gold of
$302 453, thus leaving for this metal
a balance of 8232,363 as a decrease.
The amount of silver produced this
ycur was 2,930,262 ounces, having a
gross value of SI,897,320, a decrease
from the preceding year of $74,497,
due chiefly to the decreased production
of t he Slocan district.
The table shows an output of lead
in 1906 amounting to 42,807,217
pounds, valued at 82,667,578, which,
although a decrease from the produc
tion of the preceding year of 4,172,-
486 pounds of lead, is still greater
than that of any other year since
19(10, but owing to the greatly decreased market value of the metal,
and in spite of the materially decreased amount produced, the value
of the product this year shows an in
crease over the preceding year of
$268,556.
The copper production last year
was 42,990,488 pounds, valued at
$8,288,565, as compared with 37,-
692,251 pounds the year before, valued at $5,875,222, showing an increase in the tonnage of production
and in value of $2,412,343.
The gross output of the coal mines
of the province for the year was
2,899,076 tons (2240 pounds), which
with 17,230 tons taken from stock,
makes a total consumption of 1,916,-
306 tons. Of this total amount
1,361,728 tons were sold as coal, of
which 681,899 tons were for consumption in Canada, and 679,839
tons were exported, while 381,774
tons were used in making coke and
172,805 tons were used under the
companies' boilers, etc., or sold lo*
cally.
The amount of coke made was 199,-
227 tons (2240 pounds), which together with 11,670 tons taken from
stock, made the sales for the year
210,897 tons, j
The Vancouver Island collieries
mined in 1906 some 1,178,637 tons
of coal, which with 17,230 tons taken
from stock, makes the total amount
of coal disposed of 1,195,857 tons,
distributed as follows: Sold as coal in
Canada, 531,106; sold as coal in the
United States, -133,138 tons; sold as
coal in other countries, 15,783 tons;
total sold as coal, 980,072 tons; used
under companies' boilers, etc., 138,057
tons; used in making coke, 78,728
tons; grand total, 1,195,857 tons.
The total coul sales of the coast collieries show an increase of 172,042
tons, or about 21.3 per cent over the
preceding year. The amonnt of coal
exported to the United States is very
little greater than it was last year,but
amounts to about 45.8 per cent of the
total sales. The chief market for
this coal is still San Francisco, although Alaska, with its increased requirements for mining und smelting,
has become un important factor in the
export trade, and promises to become
greater. The consumption of coal in
that portion of British Columbia
served by thc coast collieries shows a
murked incrciise, being 150,774 tolls,
or 39 per cent greater than during
the preceding year.
An American girl bus just married
a Japanese gentleman. This will
gi"c (he neighbors an opportunity
to observe the relative merits of the
two iiuliiinalilics as lighters.
A special to The Sun euphatically
denies the rupiorthnt King Edward
and Mark Twain played leap-frog at
the Windsor Garden party.
In Australia 212,000 women are
qualified to vote, hut only 174 have
exercised the right. The rest probably couldn't make up their minds
how to vole before thc polls closed.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Road to   Gloucester   Camp
Will Be Finished in a
Week
Rapid Work un the Kettle
Valley   Line's  New
Station
E. Spraggett, the government rood
superintendent for Grand Forks riding, who is spending $2000 on the
extension of the Franklin camp road
to Glouoester camp, expects to complete the work in another week, after
which he will move his force of men
to Phoenix, where he will do some
long-needed work on the wagon roads.
The road from Franklin to Gloucester
will be of great benefit to the latter
camp. The bridge across Franklin
creek is a substantial affair, and a
credit to the builder.
The framework of tbe Kettle Valley line station on Third street has
been erected, and the carpenters are
making rapid progress on the building. Tbe platforms around the
structure bave been completed.
Miss Rawlinson arrived in the city
yesterday from England, and will
visit her brother, E. H. C. Rawlinson, here for a week or two.
E. A. McCauley, Canadian customs officer at Carson, has been quite
low during the present week, having
been attacked by a violent hemorrhage of the lungs on Monday last. At
present his condition is reported to be
slightly improved.
Mrs. Kate Hoffman, of Spokane,
formerly proprietress of the Clarendon
cafe in this city, hus been visiting
friends here during the present week.
Fniling health has compelled her to
dispose of her business in Spokane,
aud she intends to loave shortly for a
visit with relatives in Montana.
W. J. Brown his listed his
orchard land tracts with a Nelson
real estate firm.
One of the new features at the
coming Spokane Interstate fair is the
miners' rock drilling contest, for
which a purse of $1250 is given. This
money will be divided as follows:
8900 for a double hand contest, of
which 8500 is for first prize, $250 for
second and 8150 for third; 8.'I50 for a
single hand contest, of which 8250 is
for first and 8100 for second.
Fred McKeehan, U. ,S. immigration
inspector   ut   this   point,    bus   been
spending several days hi Spokane during thc present week.
l>. McEwen, of Medicine Hat,
western representative of the Toronto
Daily Globe, was a visitor ill the city
last Saturday in the interest of that
publication,
A. M. Dunham and L. A. Manly
left for Spokane last .Sunday morning
on a business trip.
For an impressive illustration of
thc phrase "making up for lost
time," just note what the sun is
doing.
(*' GIlj? felting 0mt
Published at Gran ii Forhs, British Colu
O. A. Evans Editor and Publish,
SUBSCHIPXION RATES
One Year  c, -(
One Year (lu advanc'e)".'.'.'.'.'.'."'.',*'''.''*'''"]'^
Advertising rates fiirnlshod on nn ,
l.etral notions, 11) and 5 cents por line
Address ail communications to
The Evening- Sun,
Phonb B 74 Guano POBKS, 11. C.
FRIDAY, JULY 12,  1907
payment is insisted upon, and in
this regard alone it may be said that
many thousands of dollars of the
people's money have heen saved.
Lands bave found their way into ihe
hands of the settlor, with the result
that under tho present administration thousands of homesteaders are
found each year occupying the lands
as against hundreds under a Conservative administration. Lands
heretofore supposed to be worthless
have been transferred to irrigation
companies upon the express condition that hundreds nf thousands of
dollars shall first be expended in
irrigation ditches. Coal lands remain tho property of the government. They may he leased for a
term of years, and it is provided j
that (ho actual settler shall purchase j
his Fuel at a reasonable price. The
lands must be worked or they revert
to the government. Having created
the favorable conditions, the government expects much of the people
who   havo  the   opportunity of ex-
which exist here in such variety and
abundance. The people have been
quick to avail themselves 'of. these
advantages, and the result is obvious Upon every hand. Manufacturers have just completed the largest
year in the history of the Dominion;
receipts from all sources passed the
highest mark last, month. Prosnects
are bright upon every hand. From
all sections of the west come reports
of large crop probabilities, and nil
things seem to be working logother
for good. Under these cifeuin-
.stances why would tin: people exchange tbey advantages Ihey know
they possess for tin* uncertainties of
Conservative rule?
No sensible citizen will be misled
hy thc injection of immaterial issues
into the aldermanio contest today.
It is simply a question of electing
thc man who possesses the best business qualifications for the position,
and who is most vitally interested in
the welfare and advancement of the
city. The license question does not
e'lt any figure in the fight. The
license commissioners have heen appointed and will hold oflice until the
end of Ihe year. The council has no
control over their actions. It i.s
therefore plain this is not an issue,
although it has been brought forward as a sufficient cause for the
defeat of one of the candidates. The
charge of increased taxation against
the present couneil falls equally
flat when analyzed. The council
was compelled to strike the present
lax rate in order to meet obligations
incurred liy former boards and to
pay current expenses. Another loan
or repudiation were the only alternatives left tho members in order to
lower the rate. We believe they
adopted the wisest course out of
an unpleasant situation, and we feel
confident a majority of the ratepayers will agree with us. The salary
question has, perhaps, some bearing
on the election; hut the ratepayers
have already said they are willing to
remunerate the mayor for his loss of
time while in olliee. Why should
they turn around today—after he
has served six months—and say he'
•mist donate his services to the city
—or resign? It does nol look like
an honorable way of treating our
public ollieials. Taking everything
into consideration, wc believe thai
.Mr. Geo. II. Hull should be elected
by a large majority. He is thoroughly capable, with a long business
training; possesses considerable property holdings, and is an old-timer of
(he city. If elected he will serve
the city failhfully and efficiently.
Of his opponent, Mry W. S. .Miller,
we know very little, and he is apparently not very Well known in the
business community.
The Liberal government has been
true to thc people who reposed their
confidence in the men chosen to
govern tbe country. While both
parlies can promise prosperity, any
parly may so direct the affairs of a
nation tbat avorablo conditions under which prosperity inav flourish
can he created. This was done by
the Liberal government. Ils western
immigration policy peopled this
country with sturdy homeseekcrs,
Transpnrtntiop was facilitated so that
eastern Canada participated in the
Impetus given to business of ev ry
character. The tariff was BOOrdored
thnt sufficient protection was given
to infant industries, and at Ihe same
lime it was so spread out over the
entire list of importations in a moderate manner that enhanced revenue
was the direct result, and means
were provided whereby great public
works for the benefit of all the people were commenced and carried to
successful completion. The strictest
supervision was promised over pub
lie expenditure. Proper economy,
having regard to a due performance
of the public service, was promised
and duly put in practical operation.
A severe system  ol auditing before' Globe for 81.00 per year
CHURCH SERVICES
Kxox Presbyterian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.
m.; Sabbath school and I'ible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:**0 p.
m. All are cordially invited; scuts free.
Methqdist CHUBOH.Bev.Sohlichter,
1'jA.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Council, Rev. F. \V. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra,; Sunday
school und Bible diss at 3 p.m.
Bicycles and Repair Womt—A
complete line of 1907 models. A few
eeoiul-haiid wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciim'I'i.u, opposite
Postollico, First street.
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
choir price on all case und draught
wines and liquors.
If nn industrial establishment is not
kept Up to date it rapidly degenerates
into a "junk shop." To guard against
this, Tho Sun job olliee is constantly
ploiting   the    natural    advantages behig augmented with the latest fash
ions in type and other material.
The past week has afforded two
striking examples of the truth of the
saying, "Deliver us from from our
friends." In the ftr»t instance the
Conservative party might well suppli
catc ardently to be delivered from the
railings and mouthinga of Dr. Sproule
and his flippant colleague, Col. Sam
Hughes. Jn the second instance, the
name of Mr. King, deputy minister of
labor, has been dragged into politic*-,
without warrant, without excuse and
without the authority of either himself
the leaders of the Liberal party,
but upon the ipsit dixit only of a correspondent of the Toronto News, n
newspaper unfriendly to the government, and one in no sense in the confidence of tin* Liberal party. For an
opposition newspaper to nominate a
civil servant for cabinet honors is in-
consiftent, but for a correspondent of
in opposition paper to do so is asinine.
I'he subject may be dismissed by the
observation that .Mr. King is performing his duties to the satisfaction ofthe
minister and with credit to himself,
and neither he nor the Liberal party
urn responsible for the item. The
story, according to Ottawa advices,
was   published   without   sanction or
thority, It is not even based ou
political rumor, and may he attributed solely to Ihe vagaries  of (lie  cor-
ipoudont with whom i( origuuted.
If the western part of Canada
should happen to raise a few leagues
nearer the sky   ■  of  tins,,   days,
yOU won't   h.ive lo   look   far for the
cause.    Premier   McBride   is   ex-|
peoted lo land on Ihe Atlantic  coast
hi   a   day   or 'two,    The du.-l from
thc "fool of Ihe lllrollo" is   reported
to he unusually heavy this season.
FORM NO. 13, IM ACT
Similkameen Land District, West Kootenay District.
1AKEN0TICM, tW W. K. Inline-, of Robs-
land, B. 0(, l>y occupation a ptibliahor, Intends to apply for a'speoial timber license
over tbe following described binds;
Locution Xo. 1-Oomraenciuff at ft post
planted ttbotittbvee miles smith itml about
HOohftinueaet of tbe south weal en er of lot
8708tOsoyoos Ulvlvlslon ol' Yule District, Iip-
!,,;■■ ;i]-,u ,ii tlielooatlou posts of tbe Webster
timber lociitionsj tht-wcu west Hi ohains,
thenoe south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thenoe north 80 chains to the point ofoum-
maticemeiit, and containing W0 aores, more
or less,
Date May 1st, 1007.
Location No. 2— Commencing nt n post
planted about -Ul chains south of th.
j We Have For Sale
Horses
Rigs
■Ha
and Harness        it
(.Also an Assortment </ 0i
FURNITURE §JSS
Second-
Hand
We Want S£
LANDS     I
-As we have a number of enquiries   for %%<f%
small   farms.    We expect   a   number ofk$t~
buyers in  Grand Forks at an early" date, pfij'
It you have farms for sale, call en >fe;-;>'
A. Erskine Smith o Co.     3*
ist ooruer of Locatl
attains
ehtil
No. 1: tlu
ohali
. im
thencewost SO obalu
1 commencement) und obutuluing640 aoi
more or less.
Date May 1,1007.
Location No. S-Connnniicinc- nt n p
planted about n mile south o.f the itorthtv
-bain
■tlniii.
■ ol" Loon tion N-
,thenoeeast 80oha
.thence west 120 oil
l; theuce
. thorn
tli -iu
ith hi
lay l, in
Locution No.
plnnted at or
southeast oorpi
hence nortl
Imiiis tu tne point
of commencement, und containing ii-H) ucres,
more or less.
Date
4-Comrneucihg at  a  nost
i short distance iveat of the
t of Locution No. B;thenoe
sonlhWIclmiiis. tht'iic-piistMl ciiuins, thence
north mi chuins, thftici' west 80 ohains to the
point of commencement) nntl containing nil)
aorert- more or loss.
l.iuto May 28,1007.
Location   No. 5—Commencing   nt  a   post
pliiutcd 'it thu Minn* I'lacc us the locution |m*t
4if Location No. I; theuce south 80 chains,
thenoe west 80 chains, thenoe north 80 ohains,
tbence east Hi chains to tbe place of com*
mencement, and containing tilu ncres, more
or less.
Date May 28, ?W7.
Locution No. (I -Commencing ut n post
planted one mile south or southerly . fm*
•henc
to tin
corner   or  Local
0 ohains. thence we
lit off
* tilu
mote
niii.-iii-i
riot
neut, uud contain*
Date May 83,1907.
Location •No, 7- Oomraeuolng nt u post
planted ut the southwest oorner of j, ieatiuii
No.*i; thenoe eust mi chains,thenqefcouth80
chains, thenoe west 80 chuins, theuce north
80chains to place of commencement, aud
containing 040 aores,more or less.
Dute May 28,1907.
Locution No. •*■■ -Commencing nt n post
planted ut the north west corner of Locution
No.7jtl ce south Mlcltuhis. thence   Hest   SI)
chains, thence uorth 80 chains, thence east
80 chains to tlu- point of commencement, uml
containing040 ucre*-, more or less-
Date May UU, 1007.
Locution  No. 0—Commencing  at  n   post
plnnted at the northwest corner of Locution
No. 8; thenoe south80chains   theme west 80
ohains,  thence   north   BO ciiuins, thence east
Mi chuins in the point of commencement, and
containing040 acres, more or lours.
Dute May 23,1007.
William Kkmhi-e Eslxxg.
.1. D. ANOKIIt-OS, Agent.
LAM ACT
Similkameen   Division   of Yale District,
Yale Land i'istrict.
TAKE NOTICB thai Joseph Wiseman,of Ihe
' Hy ol limn,I  l-'ni ks. in tin* Province of
Hritish Columbia, farmer, intends to itiiiil*
for upcclnl timber II inosover the folloivlu)*
,1 ril.".I Intnl., ml sltuiite In the Slmllkn*
i  Divl.l if  Vnl,- Olstrlot, Piovlnoe nl
Uritlall I'lillimliiii, liiinii'l.v:
No. 1.   (' 'ni'ni-liiiiiit  a poet nmrlli'il "Joe
Wisenn iii's southwest i-iiin.-r." I'limli .1 nu il...
.-II..I  i,n,il, nl th,. Will   i mil nl tin. Nortli
.-'.irl. nl Kettlo Klver mil   fortyo Mi*.
m,nn  'run iln* Junction i.i tin* Bail nni
(Voiil   Porks of tin' Nortl'   fori) ,.r Uvula
Itlvorltlien m-tli along* the »al' hank w
I,nil,., iln.i ,-Hhi BOohnhu, thence* u, ,*
«*#•*•*■=
fa ^ <*44a4
Ht*
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
c7WEATS
Fish and Game in Season
SHMIMMWl
J
-^■■■kB U LLE T.N-
orthernRailwi,
ROUND-TRIP
sition Rates East
Expos
Winnipeg - $53.70
Chicago  65.20
Jt Louis    61.20
Jt.Paul  53.70
Duluth 53.70
Dates of Hale:
July 3,4,5, August 8,9,10, September II, 12.13
t)0-ctay Limit.
Round-Trip Rate to Jamestown Exposition $92.15
60-dny Limit.
H. SHEEDY, Arjent,
GRAND FORKS, B.C,
Alaska-Yukon E.'JU.-ition, Seattle, June-October, 1909
J> ,
■I,nil
llll
■,! -II
I'linii
' I	
oft
iiii'ni'i'iiifiit. oontnlulniriHO acres.
Lin-iili'iltlii' Mill iln.v ol liny. 100*.
.Inl: tVuilUAM, l.m'iit.ir.
Nn.2,  I'liininniii'liiif ut n post iiiiirlu'il "Joe
ft'iseniun's inilthu irnei'," plauted on the
Innl.  nf tin' aalll (Vest Pork, nliolll Inilfii
noli-inn-ill 11 nni llm northeast corner of the
u'ore-lleierlheil  Location  No.  I;tl   100
ohaln.enit, th >40ohain. south, llience 100
ihaln. west, tfienoe  10 oholn. north to the
il nf oontnlonGetneut,Con*aininp;640acrc«.
. •     i.uiiiO'il the lltli ilnj ul.Miiv. il«i7.
tlm   province claiming to  bo "indo-1 Jo» Wisbiian, Looator.
No. B,  Commencing;  nt   a post   mnrtted
Jim Wl
ii tlm I.
Tin1 list of funk Tory newspapers in  pi
pendent" is growing. The Inst addi-
tioii to the list is, apparently, iho
Vancouver Saturday Sunset, Are
these papers ashamed to sail under
their true colors'!
Al present there are a nuniher of
"safe ami sane" statesmen jnst crazy
to enter politics.
Tin
and the Toronto Weekly
f tin* said Weal Pork, about
tin Hns north from tin. afore.tlesorlbed
Location No. Si tbence north along tin. sudl
Weal I'lirkin I'linins. tl oo 160 chains enst,
thenee 40 chains south, tl oe 1601'liulns ivnst
tn tbe point of riniiini.iii-,.,in*iit, containing
oui in*	
I.oi'iileil tin* lltli ilny of Mny. 1901,
■lot: WlBBMAN, Locutor.
No.4. GantraenoinK at   n   post    marked
".Im' wisi'iiinn's southeast oorner," planted
mi  the   nest bank i.i  the sniil Went I'orli,
about  three mili*s north from the afore.
deaorlbed Location No. Si thet  n*i ohains
north, thenoe Wchains H'eSt,tbende imii'liniiis
soutli, ibi'iicc In chains east to pointofoom-
ini'iii'i'tni'iit, ciniltiiiiiim 840 ncrcH.
Located the 16th daj ofMay,1607,
•I.n: Wikkmas, Lorntor.
Iinli-iltliis I.i ilny ill •  IHI7.
JOSUPH iVISKMAN, Applicant.
Wise P eople
Buy their
GROCERIES
From ns, because the quality of our goods is such
that friction between the cook and the better half of
the household is entirely eliminated. Our prices, too,
nre so reasonable that the head of the family pays his
monthly grocery bill at our store '.vith a satisfied
(•mile.    Try us and be convinced.
J. H. HODSON &% CO.
Phone No. 305
fOpposite CP.R. Station Timber Licenses
A decision rendered last waek in
the supreme court of Canada is one of
utmost importance to the timber interests and mill men and timber land
speculators in British Columbia. The
government issued a Mr. Norton a
timber license, Mr. Norton later
claiming a renewal of it. The government disputed his right to this renewal, and Norton declared a petition
of riglit antl wanted to have the question tried out in court as to whether
he was legally entitled to renewal.
The provincial secretary, Mr. Fulton,
refused to allow tho question to be decided by the courts and refused to
submit the petition to the lieutenant/
governor for his fiat, it heing necessary
to obtain it in order to settle a question of this kind,
Norton then commenced his action,
claiming the provincial secretary had
no riglit to deny hiin this accession to
the courts, and that his action in refusing to submit the petition to the
lieutenant-governor was an illegal act
of obstruction. Mr. Norton sued for
damages. The trial came on in July
last before a special jury, but the trial
judge ruled that Mr. Norton had no
case, withdrew the case from the jury
and dismissed the action. Norton
then appealed to the full court. Mr.
Justice Irving was of the opinion that
Mr. Norton had a good case of action
against the department fur what he
had done antl that he was entitled to
have it left to the jury; the other members of the court, the chief justice and
Mr. Justice Martin were of the opposite opinion, the result being that Mr.
Morton's appeal to the full court of
British Columbia was dismissed. Mr.
Norton then appealed to the supreme
court of Canada, where he was successful, Mr. Justice Irving's dissenting opinion heiug upheld by that body.
THE BOUNDARY DISTRICT
Phoenix will hold an election on
the 16th inst. to elect two aldermen
to fill vacancies caused by resignation.
The Grantl Forks and Greenwood
bands furnished the mnsic for the
celebration in Republic on the 4 th.
The Phoenix council hits decided to
sell the city team. Tlte upset price
has been fixed at 8000.
There are still positions in the van
ous mines of the Boundary for good
machine men.
A depth of 150 feet has been oh
tamed in the shaft of the Little Ber
tha mine, near this city, with a four
foot ore showing.
The C onsolidated Minim; k Smelting Company of Canada, owning the
Snowshoe mine, is making every
preparation to ship the ore of that
property on an increasingly extensive
scale. In fact, the mine is doing
pretty well at present, the average being over 700 tons rhiilv.
Last week the B. C. Copper company's smelter treated 13,'22b' tons of
Ore, as follows: Customs, 4065 tons;
Mother Lode, 5410; Napoleen, 3:10;
Oro Denoro, 3301, The June record
for this smelter, 44,584 tons, is a new
one, but July promises to show
around (iU,(IUU tons treated.
The Dominion Copper company's
smelter, with one fiii'iineo down, ininle
a new record last week of treating
5S45 tons.
Knight A Stone, of Spokane, have
resumed diamond drilling at the
Snowshoe mine.
Ph.oenix is making an attempt to
reorganize its city band on a business
basis.
Attention is called to McCallum k
McAt'dle's new advertisement in this
issue.
John Mclvi.r and Miss Olga Johnson were married last week in Phoenix.    The couple made a short  wed
ding tour to Nelson.
R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
BRIDGE STREET
Carpets Clemied nud I.nid.
Furniture Re mitred, Upholstered unci Clenned, nnd
other jobs tn tin- house-
aleaulng line. Rubber Tires
for Bub j- Carriages.
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
A. J. Stewart
HORSESHOEING
General lilacksmithing
and Kcpairing
SIMPSON'S OLD STAND "'pyst HH-JSLtr.11*1
R. G. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Piling, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors nntl
Windows.
First Sireet
Grand forks, B.C.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
GEO. TAYLOR,
Graud Forks. B. C.
Growing Old Before Yoor Time
Broken in spirit, weak in hotly,
nervous and discouraged. Something
is wrong, and each day sees you failing away. J ust one thing to do—•
build up. To do this, use Ferrozone.
What a tonic it is! Appetite, why it
makes you eat tremendously. Digest,
indeed you will. Rich red blood will
carry nourishment to every corner of
the body; tired organs take on new
life; color, spirit and ambition are restored. Perfect manhood antl abounding health is the unfailing product of
Ferrozone—try it, 50c per box everywhere.
NOTIGE
■"Blaek Eye No. 1" inliierul claim, situate tithe Grand ForkB Mining Division uf Yale
District.
Where located:   In Hrown'ecnmp.
TAKE NOTICB that  I, Peter T.  McCallum,
acting tis agent for Neil McCullum, Free
Miner's Cortiflcnte No. 1)10.184, and Donald
Morrison, Free Miner's Certificate No. B10580,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate bf ImpC'iyoiii-HM*. im n e purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt of the above claim.
A ml further take notice that action, uuder
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of suoh Certificate of Improve-
men'*.
Dated this 8th day of June, A.D. 1907.
PBTEB T. MoOALLUM.
NOTICE
NOTICE I" hereby given that sixty days
after «late hereof I intend to apply to the
Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands
und Works for the riglit to purchase the following described lauds on the North Fork
of Kettle Klver, that is to say:- Commencing
nt a post planted at southeast corner of It.
1). .Tones' land pre-einptiou; theuce Mi chains
north; theuce 4(1 chains west; thence 80 chains
south; thence 40 chains east to place of beginning, containing 820 ucres. more orJcss.
Dated at (irand borUs this5*h day of April,
A. D.1007;
M.D.WHITI7
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given tlmt sixty days after
date hereof I intend to apply to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for the riglit to purchase the following described lands on the North Fork of
Kettle River, thut is to say: Commencing ut
u post planted ut the Nortli East corner of R.
li. .loues' old html pre-emption; tbence 40
chains north; thence west 80 chains: thence
south 40 chains; theuce east SO ehnltiB to
point of commencement, contain lug 820
aores, more or less.
Dated   nt   Grand  Forks  tbis Ifith   day of
April, 1007.
H. P. WIIITI7
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
ANY iiviiil-ihl.-* Dominion   Lunds within Min
™   Railway licit of llritish Columbia may be
lininestciidi'd by any person who is the  head
of a family, or an) male over eighteen yeara
of age, to the extent of Olie't|liftrter lOCtloil
of Hiii ncres, more or less
Entry must ho mud-' in-rhoiinlly ut the local
laud olliee for the district in whicb tha lund
Is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions connoted therewith under
one uf the following plans:
(1) At leant six mouths* residence Upon and
I'll Itl vat ion ofthe laud iu each year for tli ice
years.
(2) If the father (or mother,If the father It
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides utioti a
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
tiie requirements as to residence inn** lie-.litis lied liy such person residing with the father
ol' mother.
(Il) if the settler has bis permanent; real-
deuce upon farming land owned by bim in
tho vicinity of his homestead.the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the said laud .
Six months* notice tu writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds
at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent.
Coal-Coal mining rights ttuiv be lean d
for a period of twenty-one years at nn annual rental of >1 .(Hi per aero. Not more than
^.Mic acres shull be teused to one individual or
Company. A royalty at tbe rote of ttvo cents
per ton shull be collected on the merchant*
able coul mined.
W.W.CORY,
Deputy of tlit'Minister of the Interior.
N.R.—Unauthorized publication nf this
advertisement will not he paid for.
Almost Diiiitl of Bronchitis
Few people have suffered mure than
Juhn P. Taylor, of Dyment P. 0.,
Ont. Today he is well and writes: "I
must tell you how much Catarrhozone
has done to me. I was so bud with
bronchitis sometimes I thought it
would soon be over with me. A spell
of choking would come on that left me
prostrated and weak, Since using
Catarrhozone I have had no trouble at
all. It strengthened my throat,
stopped the cough, and gave me free
breathing and entirely cured." Just
the usual experience. Catarrhozone
invariably cures whether bronchitis,
asthma or catarrh. Two sizes, 25c
and Sl.00, at all dealers.
LAND ACT.
Similkameen Land District, District of Yale,
Province of Hritish Columbia.
TAKK NOTICK that Charles Leverty McAllister, of the eity of Grand Porks, province of
British Columbia, contractor, intends to
apply for u speeiul timber license over the
following described lands
Commencing at a
tbe west buuk of the
North Forth of Kettle river, about forty
miles from the forks of said river, marked
"C. L. McAllister's south-east corner post;"
thence north 40 chains, tbence IM chaiud
west, thence south III chain***, thence eust 1UU
chains to point of commencement, and containing 64(1 acres, more or less.
Dated this 8rd day of June, A.D. 1907.
Charles I-kvghty McAllister.
Commencing    at    a    post     planted     on
West Fork   of the
LAND ACT.
Similkameen Land District, District of Yule,
Province of Hritish Columbia.
TAKK N OTIO B that James Hlghmbre Hodson,
of the city of Grand Forks.proviuce of British
Columbia, merchant, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands;
Coinineneint: at a post planted ou
the west bunk of the west fork of the north
fork of tbe Kettle river, about forty and
one-half miles from tbe forks of suid rivers,
murked "J. H. Hodson's soutn-eust corner
post;" thence north 40 chains, tbence west
ltilt chuins, thence suitth 4*i chain-, theuce eust
IMchaiiis to point of commencement, containing tl40acrcs more or less.
Dated tbis Srd of J uue, A. D, 10U7.
James Highmuhe Hodson,
Hy his attorney iu tact.
C7L. McAllistek, Agent.
FORo SALE
A modern 6-roomed house on Market Street;
choice locality.
A comfortable house in good location near the
Episcopal Church; only" $750.
For chicken ranch, or fruit lands, see
McCALLUM S McARDLE
Cor. First and Bridge Sts.
LAND ACT.
Similkameen Luud District, District of Yule,
Province of Hritisti Columbia.
TAKK NOTICK that John Aylmer McCallum,
of the c;ty ol Grand c'orks, iu the province
ot iirHi-.ii Culuiubiu, city clerk, intends to
apply torn special timber license over the
following described lunds:
■Joiiiiuenciug at u post plnnted on the
west bank of the west fork ot the
uorth fork of Kettle river, about tony aud
three-fourths miles from the lurks ot aaid
river, marked "J. A. MuOallum's south-east
corner post;" theuce -U- chains nortli, thenee
west ltiu chains, tlicuce south 4u obaluu-
tht-uce east liki chains to 1'oint of commencement, coiittiiiiiut,' tit-j acres- more or lu*-.s.
Dated this :ird day of June, A. I). llkjl,
John AVlueu Mot ali.um.
LAND ACT.
Similkameen Laud District, District of Vale,
i'roviuecof British Colniubia.
TAivh isOl l< K tnai bftfl'J "all, of the eity of
Grand tforks( iu tne province ot British Co-
lumbia, staiiou uguut- iutuuds to apply for i
speunu tlm bur license over mc following tie
scribed landst
Commencing at u post plunted oi
die east bank of the west fork of tilu port!
fork ot Knttie river, about forty-three mile*.
i roiii tue links nt said rivers, marked "Harrj
Hull's nortii-WL-,1 coiaei post;" theme ltiu
-.hunts eust, tllUnue-*kjulialRS lOUth, thence ltlU
OhuillS wn.-n.iiii-uee-lD chuins north to point
ot coiuiueiict nii'iii. containing Old ucrc-t.tuoie
or less,
Duted thi- lirdda? uf June, A. D. 1907.
IIakuy Hall,
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stook
ti Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and Summer Drinks
Similkameen Land District.
Dtrtrict of Yule.
TAKE NOTICK thnt William F, McNeill, of
Kosslu'id, H.C. merchant, intends to apply
for u socciul timber license over the follow lug described hinds:
C'oimiicucini*- at u oust planted about a
nuurtt-r of mile south of the Columbia A
Western Hallway truck ou small creel'.whleh
is about three hundred yards west of Coryell
Sand Pit, on snid railway, and about two
and one-half miles east of Christina Luke:
thence south 8(1 chains; theuce west 80
chains; theuce uorth SI) chiilus; thence east
81} chains to point of commencement, and
i-ontiiiniiit; tiin ucres, more or less.
William 17 McNeill.
Walter P.'Dookebill, Agent,
Duted 11th .1 one, ISM 17.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS!
e
--\
PROVINCE
HOTEL
fc.MIL LARSEN, PROPRIETOR
Hot and Cold Baths. Nicely Furnished
Stove-Heated llooms. Kntirely re*
furnished and renovated throughout.
First-class board by ilny, week or
month. Speeiul rates to steady boarders. American and Kuropeau plans.
Finest Dar iu City in Connection.
BRIDGE STREET     GRAND FORKS, B, C.
THE
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
first and Bridge Strests
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Receive botli Ladies and Gentlemen as resident or day students; has a complete Commercial or Business Course; prepares stn-
dentsto iraln Teaohers' Certificates of ull
tirade*,; (jives the four years' course for tbe
17 A. degree, aud the lirst year of the Schoo
of Science course, In affiliation with the Toronto University; hns a special prospectors-[
course for miners wbo work iu It.C. Instruction Is also given in Art, Music. Physical Culture aud Elocution, Term opens Sept.l th
1000,   For Calendars, eto , address
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE,
A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Bridge Street, Grand Forks, II. C.
DRAYING     BICYCLES
Heavy and Light Dray Work
.Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks ■ to and
from all trains.
Telephone Alt".)
liKANU FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
KuTiuoiiFiiHi)  Bnos., Pitor.s.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
LANJJ ACT.
Similkameen Luu
l'roMiicr.,1 ori
I AM-.   Mll'lOh   i
Btriot, DUtriel of \
Uuluuihlu.
lieoFue Charles
uretfor, at the city or Graud Porks* In
province of llriti--.li Columbia, clerk, luti-
io apply for » special timher licensee
iue following ilesurlbed lauds:
Commeuoluu uta  pott   plunted    ou
west   hunl.   <-i tilt Welt   fork   ol   the in
lock ol Keltic  river,  iilnnit lorty-llve   in
I rum the forks of Mini iiver-,, marked  "■■
iUeUre|[or'iiouth east comer pa*ti"the
rui-uiiiu Iti" main-,   north, following the
-fie of river; thenoe id chain*, west* iheuue
ciiuins south, thence lh chains etUt to  pi
ul iijiiiii.iiii'i'niciil, in d cou Billing 'il" uc
more or lens.
Duted tnik itrd of June- A. I). 1007.
GEOKUUCHAliLlvti AlOGBBQO
LAND ACT.
-■iiuilkauiecuLautl District, District of Yule,
Province Ol Hritish (Jolunibia.
JAM',  .Mi'l'i-, 7 tiiiii  Arthur Henderson, of
the city ot in und c'orks, iu tbe province of
lliitish Columbia, civil.eu^lueer, intends to
apply for u special timber? license over the
following described tumls:
Commencing ut a post plunted on the
east bunk of tbe west fork of the north
fork of the Kettle river, about forty*
four miles -.from the forks of suid rivers,
marked "Arlhur Henderson's south-west
corner post;'' theuce north PHj chains, folio-.-* •
lug the angle of river; thenoe eusl 40 ehulur-t,
tbence south hi'- chains, thence west 40 chains
to point of commencement, containing 040
ucres, more or less,
iitued this Urd duy of •lime, A. I'. 1007
Aii'lUl  li  HKMiKHSoS.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Aiivinie non-linn n Hkctch nml dcflcrlntUin tuny
quickly tusr.i-rtiilu cur opinion free wlieiticr nu
luv-iull.m Ih |irntmli)y *'Hi-ii. ulilc. Cuniitninlr-n*
tlon*-nirlctl--C()iimiutu..d. HANDBOOK ou 1'ntciitn
teal free. Dlilimt in-i-iir**- f-.r v-ii'iirnii* patenis.
I'.'ih'iii.i taken tlii-iui-.'li iMimii A Co. receive
tyrcitil ii'i'ir:-, without, charge, lu the
Scientific American.
A hiim1.-inuir.ly llluMrntc-l ivockly.   Lnr-tcat clr-
niiiit i".i «f nu]* Hi'ii'ui iln* joiirmil.    Terms, f.'l n
roan f"-ir» ni.\>i. sold by ull newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.3*--*"-*""*™''* New York
Ur»iicb Oflice. Ot K Ht.. WiulUmtun. D. C.
Bicycle Sundries
and Repairing
GEO. CHAPPLE
FIRST STREET     OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Foo Lee
Laundry
PINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
sill HTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND   IRONED  HY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED,
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE,
Pacific Hotel
OFF. C.F.R. STATION
Kirnt-cIuNs In every respect,
Sample rooms for eomruet-,*
elul truvelerK.
Hot and Cold llntlm.
I'.ii- in ('onneetioii.
Plnett Brandsof Wlurts.
Liquors and tli-^ari.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop When You Run Out of Anything
Just drop into the
Columbia Trading Co/s Store
We can supply you with nearly anything you want at right
prices, and our goods are strictly FIRST-CLASS. Finest
line of Canned Goods in the city. Fresh Fruit and Confectionery always on hand. We have a fine line of Canned
Meats and Fish suitable for picnic parties. Don't forget the
place.
Have You Trietl Bon-Ami ?
Next Door to Queen* Hotel.
One Blook from Great Northern Pcpot.
M. C. Davidson, Manager
TELEPAONE NO. 65
STREET CORNER GOSSIP
A report is current in Spokane to
the effect that Jay P. Graves, general
manager of the Granby Consolidated,
and the Great Northern Railway com
pany have acquirad a controlling interest in the Crow's Nest Pass Coal
company.
R. R. Gilpin, chief customs office,
of this port, received a telegram yes
terday announcing the death of his
brother, Dr. Edwin Gilpin, Jr., deputy minister of mines of Nova Scotia.
Two lumber tacks, employed in
clearing away the jam from the First
street bridge, fell in the river and
went downjthe stream a short distance
the other day. They finally managed
to reach terra firma, and the only damage done was a bad fright and a free
both.
The social given by the Ladies of
the Maccabees last night, on the corner of Bridge and Second streets, was
well attended and patronized. The
Grand Forks band was present in a
professional capacity, and discoursed
sweet music.
Oliver Galer, formerly of this city,
but now employed in the Granby
ollices in Phoenix, is a visitor in the
the city today.
People who visited Phoenix this
week state a number of men were
more or less injured in the mines there
last Monday and Tuesday. No particulars have been received in this city
of the accidents.
John Kirkup, government agent at
Rossland, was a visitor in the city last
night.
The Granby Co. paid its seventh
dividend, amounting to $405,000, last
week. This is at the rate of 3 per cent
quarterly on the issued capital of
135,000,$ 100 shares. This makes a
total of $2,563,630 paid in dividends
by the Granby Consolidated to date.
rtE-ti/S
We  Are  Prepared
To Do Your
JOB PRINTING
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
WE PRINT
Billheads nnd 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 nn
Up-to-date Prtntury.
?S€
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
vou that our stock and workmanship arc of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
Evening   Sun
Job Department
SUNBEAMS
Most men have two object in life,
one is to become rich, and the other is
to become richer. Whether they get
to heaven or Greenwood later is not
considered.
It is unlawful for a woman to
marry more than five times in Russia.
That way account for the scarcity of
great actresses in that country.
Some men are like some horses;
they will stand without hitching, but
tie them to a post and they will pro-
coed to kick over the traces.
BOUNDARY   ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood,
1 Mountain Rose, Summit
A woman's idea of a dutiful husband is ono who will stay home and
look afrer the baby while she spends
the afternoon shopping.
The girl who confides all her little
secrets to her chum will be sorry some
day when she no longer cares to play
in her yard,
When a man tells you all he asks is
a chance, it is a safe bet that he is
looking foi a lead-pipe cinch.
A patriot bleeds for the benefit of
his country, bgt the unscrupulous
politician bleeds his country for his
own benefit.
Senator, SummitCamp	
j Morrison, Deadwood	
■ Sulphur King.Summit	
1 Winnipeg, "Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sully, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
j Elkhorn, Greenwood	
j Strathmore, Providence	
i Preston, Skylark	
I Prince Henry, Skylnrk	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp....
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp..
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark....	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
shipments of  Boundary mines
1906 1907   Past Week
801,404 279,749      17,630
8,426 41,535        5,010
104,120     110,988       4,666
1,345 1,370
12,881 4,225
6,404 6,145         3,391
1,345 	
140,685 31,245        1,728
2,960 5,851            992
26,032 27.864         1,760
48,390 11,869         1,225,
3,555 1,962           14()l
Proved Alter Fifty Years
The test of time has proved that
Putnam's Corn Extractor cures quicker, with discomfort and more thoroughly than anything else. Contains
no acids, is purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed. Insist on Putnam's
only—it's the best.
649
580
30
86
20
76
9
1,140
650
40
20
140
55
20
15
589
224
45
171
100
Total, tons  1,158,991
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  828,879
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
536,919      36,543
279,010
175,546
76,572
18,019
13,226
5,845
Total treated.
AUCTION SALE
At the First Street Jewelry
Store, Opposite Postoffice
Mr. P. T. McCalluin has ,-eceived
instructions from Mr. Hartley to submit to public auction on Saturday,
July 13th, the greater part of his
jewelry stock, consisting of about 60
Watches—Waltham, Elgin and Seth
Thomas movements, in gold filled,
silver and nickel cases; 8-day striking
clocks, fancy timepieces, silver-plated
ware, several dozens ladies' and
gent's solid gold and gem-set rings,
gold-filled chains, necklets, etc., field
glasses, magnifiers, optical goods,
brooch pins, cuff buttons and other
articles too numerous to mention.
The goods can be inspected and bid
for privately any time prior to the
sale. Auction commences at 3 o'clock
sharp.
Advertise in The Sun—the paper
that most people reads.
     1,168,121
BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.
530,928       38,090
-DIVIDINDS-
Atithorizeil .--bharkb—, Paid    Total to    Latest      Per
N-.MI OF Company.               Capital.    Iuued. Pur. 1906.       Date.      Date.   Share
Granby Consolidated-Copper...(15,000,000     18.5,000 (100 $1,820,000 $2,508,680 June 190.  $1.10
Cariboo McKliiiiejr -Hold     1,290.(100   1,2110,000     $1            548,817 Feb. 1904      .04
Providence-Silver       200,000      11,000     $5 16,000       88,224 Sept. 1906     .60
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best Id tbe City.
On Draught Exdusively* at
THE  VICTORIA HOTEL
When That Cold Comes
How is it to be cured? This method
is simplicity itself. Rub the chest and
throat well with Nerviline, use it as a
gargle and take some in hot water before retiring along with one of Dr.
Hamilton's Pills. Next morning finds
you refreshed, free from cold and
bright as a dollar. These household
remedies are wonderfully successful,
and certainly won't fail in your case.
For sale at all dealers.
The surest way to evaporate business troubles is tagive your stationery
the necessary talking qualities by
having it printed in a modern olli.-u
by competent workmen. The Sun
jnl) otlice is the most up-to-date in the
MnuHilary, and our workmen are capable and nf wide experience. This is
the reason why we do the piintiug for
the best linns and corporal inns in this
district.
Pity the Busy Office Man
He feels half dead, a sense of nausea, headache and nerve strain. He is
on the verge of breakdown through
overwork and lack of exercise, These
difficulties are best overcome by Dr.
Hamilton's Pills, which make the
bowels active, stimulate kidneys and
liver, thereby freo the system of impurities. To revitalize and stimulate
your whole being, to shake of lethargy
and tiredness, nothing compares with
Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which do make
good looks, good spirits, good heaith.
Sold everywhere in 25c boxes.
Stock Certificates printed at The
Sun job office.
The Greatest
Newspaper Bargain
Ever offered the people of
the Boundary Country.
The Toronto Weekly Globe
and the
Grand Forks Sun
for
$1.00
per year
in advance.
The Globe is the recognized national newspaper of Canada, and will keep you well informed
on Eastern events, while The Sun gives you
all the local news.
Leave Tour Dollar at Tne Sun Office

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