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 Sun.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. May 29, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Found Guilty of mwm,
Committed Near This
Oity in 1906
Sentenced to Be Executed
at Kamloops on July
31st
The spring assizes were opened at
Greenwood Tuesday morning before
Mr. Justice Clement. A jury was
called and Martin Burrell, of Grand
Forks, elected foreman. The only
criminal case on the docket was that
of Francisco Cedio, against whom a
true bill was returned at the last Bitting of the court. Following the
discharge of the grand jury, the
Cedio case was called, \V. J. Bowser,
K.C., conducting the prosecution,
and VV. P. Dockerill, of Rossland,
the defence. Twenty-two witnesses
were called for the prosecution
among them A. L. Sencelli, an
Italian hotel keeper from Salt Lake
City. Mrs. King, of Percy, Oregon,
mother of the murdered girl, was,
also in Greenwood keeping ih touch
with the proceedings.
The petit jury chosen to hear the
case was composed of the following:
K. McKenzie, foreman, Murdock
JIcLeod, Hugh Macgillivray, Elmore
Collier, W. J. Harrison, J. Dock-
steader, t. Moshier and E. Pope, of
Greenwood; P. T. McCallum, H. A
Sheads, E. Spraggett and Leo Mader
of Grand Forks.
The'evidence for the prosecution
was completed at 10:30 Wednesday'
morning, the timekeeper of the
gangs in which Cedio worked in the
months of October and November,
1906, swearing that the prisoner,
under the name of Gagilio, had left,
leaving a credit of $31.30 on the
books of the company. He had disappeared the night of the explosion.
Hon. W. J. BowBer, addressing
the jury, reviewed the evidence.
Evidence had been brought forward
showing th,e frenzied condition of
Cedio on the day of the accident. On
that diy he had exhibited the characteristics of the man who would
commit such a diabolical outrage as
this. He had brandished a knife;
he had used a gun; he hud talked of
death and of the destruction of life
with Mrs. Muglore, the wife of the
foreman of the gang: the fire had
been seen through the ceiling in his
room, and he had been hoard coming up and down the steps, to and
from his room. His guilty flight,
which was traced from Midway to
Oroville, Brewster, AVenatchee and
Spokane. Evidence had been admitted by the court of his confession
to L. H. Smyth, chief deputy mar
shal of tbe district of Utah, Salt
Lake City, and to W. J. Devitt,
chief of provincial police. A large
number of witnesses, fellow countrymen of tbe accused, had been
called, and these condemned him.
A. L. Sancelli, in whose hotel the
prisoner had been taken in Salt Lake
City, also confirmed the confession
Cedio had made.
The judge in charging the jury
confined himself to explaining the
law. W. P. Dockerill, of Rossland,
defended the prisoner.
n Wednesday afternoon Cedio
found guilty of murder by a
of bis peers, was sentenced to
taken to the common jail at Kamloops, and on the 31st of July next
to be carried thence to the place of
execution. The jury, which went
in at 11:40 Wednesday morning,
brought in its verdict on the opening of the court at 2 p.m. the same
day. Kenneth McKenzie, foreman
of the jury, replying to the questions of the registrar, ''guilty." The
prisoner had nothing to say. When
sentence was pronounced the prisoner's face paled, but otherwise he
showed no other evidence of his
emotion as he walked down the stairway to the cells.-Throughout the evidence the- peisoner, while appearing sensible of his position, retained
a remarkable composure. Only when
the thrusts of the prosecuting counsel described his crime as "hellish"
did his chin drop farther and he
seemed to have particular difficulty
in restraining his feelings.
Three provincial constables to ok
the convicted man to Nelson Wednesday evening by express.
On November 18, 1906, an appal-
lng crimewas committed at Niagara,
ten miles north of Grand Forks,
where an Italian laborer, now known
to be Cedio, who bad been working
on the' grade of the Kettle Valley
iines, broke into the powder magazines, and for purposes of revenge,
apparently, took two or three cases
of powder and secreted them in the
Canadian hotel, the license of which
"was bqld by Blanchett, and
.Peter King and his family conducted the house.
Between 9:30 and 10 o'clock at
night a terrific explosion took place,
wrecking the building, setting fire to
the building and doing ghastly
damage.
King, bis wife and Louise King,
an 18-yeaa-old daughter, were standing together at the time of the explosion.' ,The girl was literally
blown to pieces. Mrs. King had
ber hands severely burned, but
otherwise escaped without serious
injury. King himself escaped without being hurt, but an Italian laborer who had been put to bed,
drunk, by King just before the explosion, was badly burned, and another Italian had live ribs fractured.
Nine other persons were more or less
injured.
Some idea of the terrific force of
the explosion may be gathered when
it is stated that logs a fool and a half
through and 20 feet long wero
thrown a distance of 100 feet from
the wrecked building. Tho bed
Clothes in Louise King's room were
blown to an adjoining building,
which they set on lire.
Cedio escaped from Niagara after
the murder, and for a time all traces
of him vanished, but finally be was
arrested in Salt Lake City in February of this year by Provincial Chief
W. J. Devitt, of Nelson, and subsequent brought to that city fer detention until his trial at Greenwood,
just over.
Jealous fondness for the landlord's
daughter, accentuated by drink,
prompted Cedio's crime. It is said
that he escaped from Niagara in a
load of hay, and traveled from state
to state, hoping to elude tbe vengeance of the law. He had remained
unmolested in Salt Lake City for
nearly a year, and was taken so completely by surprise that he made no
WILL EXTEND LINE
4 ■	
Fairweather Says K. V. L.
Will Build to Franklin
This Season
Grading Will Prooably Commence at Lynch Oreek
July 1
G. W. Fairweather, general manager of the Kettle Valley lines, while
in the city last Saturday, made the
statement that he had every confidence that the link in the road between Lynch creek and Frunklin
camp would be constructed this
summer. He also asserted that
Contractor Tierney would piiobably
establish his camp at the former
point about the 1st of July.
Greenwood Assizes
The grand jury at the Greenwood
assizes was composed of Martin Burrell, foreman, E. Hallett, J. Wilms-
hurst, F. W. McLaine, S. M. Johnson, J. T. Beattie, A. D. McFarlane,
J. R. JackBon, W. Forster, R. T.
Lowery, B. Lequime, F. Clark and
G. M. Fripp. After inspecting the
school and hospital the grand jury
made the following presentment to
Mr. Justice Clement, the presiding
judge:
Greenwood. May 25, 1908.
May it please your lordship:
The grand jury, in extending to
you a cordial welcome to Greenwood, desires |to congratulate your
lordship upon the complete absence
of crime of a serious nature in tbis
district since the last sitting of tbe
court. We are also happy to state
that after visiting the various institutions of a public character in the
city, we find that they are being
conducted in a very satisfactory manner and that there are no grievances
to report.
The necessity of a better .heating
equipment for the school ha3 been
referred to by a previous grand jury,
and we are glad to say that the matter has now been taken in hand by
the proper authorities. ,
In complimenting the hospital
management upon the excellent state
of that institution, we would like,
however, to emphasize tho importance of more adequate tire protection and thc installation of fire alarm
boxes on the premises,
In concluding tbeir brief report
the grand jury expresses the hope
that  your  lordship   may be long
spared to fulfill the duties of your
high office. MARTIN BUBRELL,
Foreman of the grand jury, on behalf of self and fellows.
The case of Bowen vs. Yale-Columbia Lumber company was settled
out of court. The plr.intiff got 81000,
each paying tbeir own costs.
NEWS OF THE OITY
Gateway Lodge No. 45 has elected
the following officers .for the term
commencing July 1st: N. G.,
Richard Frache; V. G., Walter
Dewdney; R. S., Geo. Chappie; P.S.,
Wm. Bower; Treas., Fred Clark.
The Sun regrets to learn that
there aro yet some impecunious patriots left in the city. It is taken for
granted that they are* impecunious,
because it is difficult to conceive of
a person of sufficiently diminutive
principles to carry off the holiday
decorations from a public building,
as was done with that in front of
The Sun office on the night follow
ing Empire day.
The  British   Columbia
company  has tendered  P.
Electic
D. McDonald, the electrician of this city,
the position to superintend the installation of lighting plants in Chilliwack and other points between that
city and New Westminster.
The C. P. R. roadmaster's residence on Winnipeg evenue bas been
completed.
King Edward Lodge No. 36, A.F.
it A.M., of Phoenix, entertained
about 40 visiting brethren from
Greenwood, Grand Forks, Nelson
and Vancouver at a banquet at
Deane's botel last Thursday evening.
Roland Sothergill, chuteman at
the Mother Lode mine of the B. C.
Copper company, bad his right hand
blown off by a premature blast this
week.
Nom inations for the vacancy in
the Phoenix city council caused by
the resignation of'W. J. Porter will
be held on Monday, June 1st. Mr.
Porter has moved to North Vancouver.    • •
Vou can now have your eyes corrected at home, herein Grand Forks,
by J. J. O'Malley, R.O., eyesight
specialist, late of Dublin, Ireland,
who is permanently located here.
No need for you to leave the city or
spend your money on strangers who
are here today and gone tomorrow.
Residence next the court house.
Three bottles of cold Phoenix Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
PERSONAL
effort to deny either his identity or
bis guilt when arrested.
The crown went to a. great deal of
trouble in following and locating the
murderer. He fought extradition,
and the arrest was therefore expensive. Furthermore the crown had
to bring from Salt Lake City two
witnesses. There was considerable*!
comment as to the manner in which
the crown had followed up the crime
and tracked down the prisoner until
he was brought back to the place of
his crime und tried.
The condemned man reached Nelson Wednesday night in charge of
Chief Constable Devitt and Constables Dinsmore and Jensen.
Richard Armstrong, of Chicago,
who is one of the promoters of tlio
Greenwood-Phoenix long and deop
tunnel scheme, was a visitor in the
city on Wednesday.
E. Miller, barrister of this city, attended the Greenwood assizes this
week. It is reported that Mr. Miller
intends to locate in Prince Rupert
shortly.
Bert Rae, of Chicago, formsrly
manager of the Betts & Hesperus
mine, on Hardy mountain, was a visitor in the city last Wednesday.
Geo. W. Rumberger, of Phoenix,
helped the firemen celebrate Empire
day in this city.
Mayor and Mrs. Bunting, of Greenwood, wero guests at the Yale last
Saturday.
Judge Williams, of I'lioenix, celebrated Dominion day in this eity.
Fire Department's Empire
Pay Celebration Was a
Success
Home Team Won Out in the
Baseball Tournament.
Other Winners
The sports conducted in this city
under the auspices of tbo Grand
Forks Volunteer Fire Department
on Empire day proved a gratifying
success, the net receipts of tho celebration amounting to 8240.. Notwithstanding the intermittent showers prevailing during the afternoon,
the program was carried out to its
entirety, and from a sportsman's
point of view the various events
were quite interesting. The attendance was good, visitors in goodly
numbers being present from Phoenix, Greenwood, Republic, Curlew
and Danville.
Tbe firemen's wet test on Bridge
street in the morning attracted a
large crowd, who witnessed some
clever work performed by the department.
The $100 purse in the baseball
tournament was won by the home
team. In the first game, between
Danville and Phoenix, the Danville
club, won by a score of 7 to 4. In
the second game the Grand Forks
club shut out the Danville boys,
while the local men crossed the
home plate five times.
The following is a list of the winners of tbe different events at the
race course:
Half-mile trot, free for all—Esther
Blake first, Buster Brown second.
Gent's driving race—Dan Patch
first, Weary Willie second.
Ladies' saddle race—Babe first,
Buck second.
Quarter-mile pony race—Buckskin first, Nig second.
Half mile free-for-all running—
Nig first, Greenwood second.
Slow horse race—D. Manly first,
R. Fraser second.
Cowboy race—Adolph first, Buck
second.
Automobile race—W. A. Williams
first, A. B. W. Hodges second.
100 yards dash—Brouilette first,
Stretzall second.
Quarter-mile foot race—Brouilette
first, Byrne second.
Pole vaulting—Jost won, J. Murray second.
Broncho busling—McAllister won.
Steer roping—McAllister won.
Boys' three-legged race—O'Connor
and Gollithan won.
The ball at the opera house in the
evening was one of tho largest attended social events of the season,
the hall being comfortably crowded.
Good music was furnished by thc
Grand Forks orchestra, and everybody had an enjoyable time. ;
The members of the department
desire to thank the citizens for their
liberal patronage, and for donation
of prizes.
The Phoenix brewery has t»ken
over tbe business of the Elk brewery, which was recently burned at
Greenwood. The capacity of the
brewery will be trebled at once. Good, Clean, Fresh
G
You can get
them at the
Right  Prices
at our storo.
Wc are continually adding
new lines to our stock of
Men's Furnishings
John Donaldson
Phone A30        Columbia Avenue
(Fl}-? iltpitturj i>lttt
Published ut Grand B'orks, British Columbia.
 Editor and Publisher
A Hie ot this paner can be seen at the office
of Messrs. B, 4 J. Hardy & Ob., 80, !1 and ta,
Fieri Street, B.O.. Loudon, England, free of
charge, and tlmt firm will lie glad to receive
BUbsorlptiona tuid iKivei'ti.emeiits on our be-
hulf.
SUBSOllIl'TION HATES I
One Year (11.10
Due Yenr (hi advanoe) 1.00
Advertising*- r.-ite. furnished on wio
Legal notices, in mid 5 cents per Una.
Addrasa till communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phonb 1174 (".hand Fohks, B.C.
May Resume Work
Rumor of the resumption of operations by the Dominion Copper
company, snys the Greenwood
Times, has been revived this week
with an unusual persistency. This
is due partly to the general opening
up of the industry and partly to the
good news that the position of the
Dominion Copper coinpany has improved materially in the past fortnight.
Manager Thomas, when asked of
the situation, snid:
"Everything is looking much
brighter now. The money necessary
to meet the interest 'on tne bonds,
which comes due on June 1st, lias
already been paid over. Wo are still
keeping all tbe mines in shape and
have several thousand tons of ore,
enough for about five days at the
smelter, ns well as a large supply of
coke.''
Mj\ Thomas continued to say that
ns yet no word had been received
giving bim instructions to resume,
but this might come at any time,
nnd that when it does come the
smelter can go into commission almost us soon as a force enn be gathered to operate it. ,
Fill DAY, MAY 29, 1908
Death to Pests
(All!  WILFRID   LUARIER put
O    the ease for the Dominion elections bill in a nutshell wben  he said
in the house of commons:    "My hon-
o.-iilile   friend   from   Marquette (Dr.
Roche)   and  every  other   honorable
member on the other side of the house
does not want this   law to be passed,
because if it were to be passed it would
give the preparation of   the lists, hot
to   their   own   friends,   but to   our
own friends.    Now, if  they think  it
unfair that the lists upon   which they
want to go to the election  should   be
prepared by their opponents, do they
thitlk   it   is  fair  that the lists upon
which we would have to go to the election should be prepared by our opponents?    Can we not agree, therefore, to
devise   a   law  wlii-di will remove the
control of the elections both tVoiu  the
Grits   and    the Tories, so as   to give
satisfaction to both Grits and   Tories?
That is the proposition which   1   have
to make to my honorable friend   from
Marquette, and to all other honorable
gentlemen sitting on the othei   side of
the house.    The proposition I have to
make is lhat the judge  who   is   empowered to adjust tin' districts will be
entrusted with the work of correcting
all errors which may have been   committed in the preparation  of the lists
in Manitoba."
After a remarkable quest in the
far east for a natural enemy of pests
which .infest American orchards,
George Compels, an entomologist,
arrived in San Francisco Inst week,
successful. He left in Australia a
parasite which wns reducing the
fruit fly to a noticeable'degree, This
parasite was discovered live years
[ago in India, but previous attempts
to introduce it into Australia failed
on account of the opposite seasons.
By putting tbe bugs to sleep in India with ice, Compels got 100,000 of
them to Australia alive. He woke
them up in the Australian winter.
Tho parasites, apparently thinking
they were still in India, went to
work with a will. Three generations
of native born bugs saw thc light before Compers left the antipodes.
Mr. Compers brought to California a
parasite to destroy the mealy bug, a
pest that causes great grief to the
orange growers. He discovered this
friendly bug in Japan.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, May 27.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stoek mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
Granby   95.00     82.00
Dominion Copper     1.25       1.00
B.C. Copper     5.00      4.75
Metal Quotations
New Yokk, May 27.—Silver, 03-J-;
electrolytic copper,  12|@ 12J.
London, May 27.—Lead, £18 5s;
silver, 24A.
Murdock Mclntyre left Phoenij a
few days ago with a string of twenty
| horses for Vancouver, where he will
dispose ol'tliem.
For Sale— Full-blooded -Black
JMinorica eggs; 81.00 per setting. A.
C. Uren, Box 2!)4, Grand Forks.
The funeral of Mrs. R. H. Hewer
was held at Greenwood last Sunday
afternoon. Tha service was held in
thc Presbyterian church,
Show cards for widnows and inside
,.,-e a line form of xileut salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to bo read at a
glance.
Before closing your contract for
rending mailer for the coining year,
rend the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer for SI per year in advance. The illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globe is worth
twice the money we ask for the two
papers.
Good, Clean Reed Potatoes for sale.
M. Miller, Grand Forks, B. C.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globo for 81. OOper year.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1907 models.    A few
second-hand  wheels cheap.     Wheels
to    rent.     Geo. Ciiapple,  opposite 1
Postoffice, First street.
We have some of tlio highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Sun Job Olliee.
Agents Wanted—1Gx20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each.
You can make '100% profit or Soli per
week, Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 W.
Taylor St., Chicago, 111.
Two Snaps
House and Lot, with small barn^centrally
located.    Price $275.
Choice building plot in good locality; 175
feet square.    Price only $550.
IcCallum & McArdle
Corner First and Bridge Streets
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that Tin; Sun is the
most widely read paper in Grand
Forks, t
Work Wanted—Gen ernl housework or hotel work by tbe day or
week. Call Mrs. 11. Laird, Clarendon Restaurant.
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NEST 169
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Ibis order will hv hold t .vici* n motlth '.uly- Till
meetings will ho on the firnt mul third Printi:
nights of eaoh month.
j. E. graham, President.
J.C. HARD, Secretary. ^
P. burns m* CO.
LIMITED.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
FRESH AND
CURED MEATS
Fish and Game in Season
FIRST ST., GRAND FORKS, B. C.*
Moved to the Coast
W. H. Fisher, the well known
contractor, has disposed of his property in this city, und today he left
with his family for Vancouver
Island, where they intend to reside
in future. Mr. Fisher bas a two-
mile contract on the extension of
E. & N. road. The family are old-
timers of this city, and tbeir numerous friends here will regret to learn
of ther departure, but will wish them
good luck wherever they may decide
to locate.
xNTIlK MATTKH of The i.nml Reflltrv Art
I and In tho Matter of Ihe Tltli* to Loin 18, ll
i.iin',1 in. Blook 1] t.nt«, HltieVtB: Lot it. ill™ k
6; Lots-.'. 3 nml I, Block T: l.iitli. Blork 11; Lot-
6, 7. s mul 9, monk 12 Map 22, Van New Ailill
tion. Brand Forks Townsite.
Wiiebbai Ihe Oertillcnte of Title "l Henry
While, hollIK IVrtilii'iit." of Title Nn.
Ri70B to the above tiereditnmopti lias been Ios;
or destroyed, nml application has been made to
nn- for ii duplicate tlnirtof;
Noti"k ia beroby Riven that adupllcntool
title (o the above hereditaments will bo issiu-.l
nt ilie expiration ol one i th from iln- dateol
the lirst niibliciittnn hereof, nnloua In tin* meantime vtilid objection to the contrary is made to
nn- in writing.
W. II. KI1MIIN1IS.
Und Reglstrv Offloe, District RcKlslrnr
Kamloops, B.C., May 20th, 11)08,
AN ENTOMOLOGIST claims to
have discovered, In India, a bug
which is Ihe nut mill enemy of nl
fruit pests, The people of this province have long entertained a strong
conviction that the Hindu emigrant*!
had brought over to this country sum-
pies of nil tho bugs in India. As this
friendly bug hns not been found among
the lot, the entomologist's claim will
taken with a pinch of salt.
JUlXi'iNG from the immense number of American pilgrims lloek-
» ing to the coast from interior points
to view the great armada, the people
south of us could have saved money
if they had put the ships on wheels
and rolled them across the  continent'
1**HE VancouveT Saturday Sunset
imagines it has accomplished
monder* because during the short
period of its existence it has been able
to conceal its party preferences.
About ninety men are now employed at Tierney camp on the
Mother Lode branch, nnd considerable activity is evidenced on the
new grade.
George'R. Naden. M.P.P., uf
Greenwood, intends milking his
home in I'rince Rupert in future'
having secured a site for un office
there.
We have a large supply'of all kinds
of visiting cards in stoek, und the
most fashionable styles of type In
print theui with.  Tin-: Sux Job Office.
For Sule—Two brass chandeliers;
three arms each; also one mission
clock, about six leet high. For full
particulars address P. O. Box 51 ti.
Grand Forks, B. C.
Tun Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
A new lot ol' latest designs of program nod menu cards just received at
Tin-: Sun job office.
The Sun and the Toronto . Weeklv
Globe lor $1 per year.
Certiticafe oi Improvements
Columbia, Bonita VUtn him. Relciio Minimi
Claims, situate In the Grand Porka Mining Division ni Vnli; lil sir let.
WlitsreLorntpd: Partly on Dirtrioi Lot mi,\.\
and uii Mountain South of Coryell Pass.
TA1C-K NOTIOE that 1. Win. K. Onnoni, Free
■ Slinero'Coniflouta S<>- B5828,intend, »ixiv
days frnm clnte hureof. to npjiiy to tlio Minima
Recorder torn f>itillcatuof Improvement.*., fur
ihe purposo of obtaining crown grants of the
above I'liiinis.
And further take nottco that action,undci
Bortlon '.'<", muni be commenced before tht! Ibbu-
unite of eii'ili Certlllca<Q of Improvements,
Dated nt Grand Korks. u.c , this 28rd dny of
May, A, D, 1008,
WM. E. CAPOHN,
SIMILKAMEEN LAND DOTIICT
DISTRICT OF YALE
TAKE NOTICE thnt August Johnson, of.
Lynch Oreek, on the North Pork of Kettle
Klvor, is mil-", north of thp City of Grand
B'orks, Tale DUtrlot, British Columbia, occu-
patlun Hotel keeper, intends to apply for permission to purohase the following described
land; Commonontff nt a post planted at
Lynell Greek, nlniiit ciKhteen miles north of
die City of Grand B'orks, on the North Kork
of Kettle River, in thf* Similkameen Division
if yalo District! thenoe north eighty chnins,
thenco west ten chains to the east hank of
the North Pork of Kettle River, thence south
following the enst bunU of the North Fork of
rIt,- Kettle River eightye)tal|lH to a point due
west of the point of commencement, thence
••list fifteen eh ii in*, to the point of I'omllience-
uieni, and  containing   one hundred  ncres,
more or less.
Dated the eighth dny of January, 1908.
AUGUST JOHNSON.
I »niC0   When  you   want n ffOod Corset
LADItS Glrdl
» Vii'orin
Waist, goto Thb	
Stamping done ut Thk
When   .Vim   wnilt good
Ribbon, ull  hinds   of
Pon<jy Art uml Novelties., g
MRS, IDA L. BARNUM 8&
WONDER
ii 'fin* Wonder
N,.*t toMoln*
Brldgi
Collection Agency
I purpose opening an oflice for
the collection of accounts, adjusting of books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration! of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sale*, of Property Negotiated *
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended io immediately Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
S. T. HALL, J.E-*.
Office
G.P. Telegraph Company Bridge Street
Synopsis of Canadian Homeitead
Regulations
QJlt?£immtgi>mt
I Prints more live Boundnry news than
I any other paper published in the
district. The price of Tub ISun is
I only $1.00 per your—one-lnilf thu cost
nt' its competitors, Tiik Sun is never
on the fence regarding questions of
publio interest. Tiik Sux is acknowledged to he one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province, Those who subscribe
awl feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling at the offios
of publication,
Tiik Evening Sun and tho Toronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
$1.00 per year iti advance.
Tub Evening Bun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and the Montreal Family Herald
■md Weekly Star, -$2.00 per year iii
advance,
\NY available Dominion Lands within the
U-iilwn.v Melt ot llritish Columbia maybe
in ui. ■■•*... ii'li*H ii\■ mo person whu Ih the head
uf a family, nr 1111.V mull- over eighteen yean
nf a«o. to the extent of one-quarter Motion
of nni nores., more or len;
Entry must In- mn<le personally at the local
hi...I oflice fur tin* dlltrlot In whioh the land
issitlliltl'.
The homesteader fa required to perform
tin- conditions i'liiiiii' ■■■■il therewith under
ono of the following plans:
(1) Av least six mouths' resldenoe upon and
■ ■ii !ii. nt inn uf tin. land In eaoh year fur three
years.
(2) If tl.'' father (or mother, if the father fa
deceased)* ut the homesteader resides uuon a
fit nn in ttie vlolnlty of the Inml entered for,
tin; requirements as tn residence may be sat-
it-died by suoh person residing with the father
nr mother.
ci) If the settler lias his permanent resi*
deuce upon farming land owned by him In
the vlolnlty nf iii-; homestead,the requirements.™ to residence may be satisfied by
residence ui thp snid laud,
six months1 notice in writing should be
given the Oomniisslonerof Dominion Lands
at Ottawa uf Intention tu apply fur patent.
('mil -Coal milling   rights  miiv   he  lenMd
fur a period of twenty-one yours at uu annual rentfil uf $1,00 per aore- Not more thnn
2,-MKifteres shall be leased to ono Individual or
company,  A royalty at the rate of live cents
per ton shall he oollouteil on the ine reliant-
able ooal mined,
W.W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorised  publication of   this
advertisement will not be nuid for.
There's No Other Way
To I'ciich thc large and ever-increasing
circle 'if our readers tlmn through Tub
Sun's advertising columns.
BICYCLES
N 3     MOTOCYCLES
High grade Bicycles. A complete line of accessories. Come
in and see tlio 11)0*) models.
Wheol repairing,
GEO. CHAPPLE
FIRST STREET     OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
GALLAHER'S
(hblfast and London)
AND flBNUINE
Irish Twist Roll
Imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street'
R# A. HENDERSON, CE. 8 M.E.
B. C. Land Surveyor
PiSSS*       Gwnd Forks, B. C. &2.00  ™5BB    &2.00
Regular Price &3.00
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The Western Canadian reading publio is made up chiefly of these classes
Persons who have lived in the West for a lengthy period and are out anil out
Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United
States and from Eastern Canada.
Perhaps no one newspaper eould cater with complete satisfaction to all these
classes, but by this combination offer every special need is met
The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week
by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special
departments for American and British settlers. The Family Herald and
Weekly Star supplies the former resident of Eastern Canada with news of tho
Eastern portion of the Dominion in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides
the local and Boundary news, which you cannot do without.
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GRAND   F0RK8   SUN;
Find enclosed $2.00, for which send me Weekly Free Press and Prairie
Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and; Weekly Star, Montreat; and the Grand
Forks Sun, for one year each. *
Sheedy-Wells
A very happy event took place at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Wells on Saturday morning, the 23rd
inst., when their daugnter, Phila E.,
was married to Mr. Herman H.
Sheedy, who has beeu agent for the
Great Northern lailway in this city
for the past five years. The nuptial
knot was tied by the Kev. W. C.
Schlichter at 8 a.m., after which the
wedding party sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast. The Bride
was assisted by Miss Alice Shoedy, of
Spokane, sister of the grotini, while
Mr, W. N. Day of this city supported
the groom. The bride was beautifully
gowned in white silk eolieune,trimmed
with chiffon lace and silk applique,
and carried a pretty shower bouquet
of tea roses. The groom's gift to the
bride was a charming brooch of pearls,
to the bridesmaid a gold necklace, and
to the groomsman a splendid crescent
stickpin. The bride was the recipient
of numerous presents from friends,
among them a beautiful cut glass
fruit bowl from the members of the
choir of the Methodist church, of
which she has been a member for
years The happy couple took tho
train at 10:45 a,m. fjr Seattle and
other coast cities, via Spokane, amid
showers of rice and good wishes from
their friends. A host of friends unite
to wish them happiness and prosperity
in their matrimonial career.
that tbe ladies have taken exception
to this remark, ahd have declared a
boycot against The Sun. This incident is merely mentioned in order
that iif you should not receive thiB
paper next week you will -know
'where to place the blame. We do
hot intend to retract even if the
members of the club insist on using
us for a target.
For Sale—A 5-hole Souvenir
Range. Apply A. H. Napper, Donaldson's store.
The n«w addition to the Hotel
Valhalla will be opened next Monday night with a free dance. Good
music has been engaged.
Mr. Coryell, the Great Northern
engineer, is erecting a large residence on Columbia street, below the
Sun orchard.
NEWS OF THE CITY
A. Erskine Smith & Co., of this
city, have opened a real estate ollico
in Prince Rupert.
Wm. Towe, watch on the Granby
smelter flume, had a narrow escapo
from drowning a few days ago by
missing bis footing and falling into
the river, which was filled with
floating sawlogs at the point of the
accident.
A party of thirty-two McGill students, in charge of John B. Porter,
spent Saturday and Sunday in the
city. While here they were piloted
through the Granby smelter by
Manager Hodges and Superintended! Williams. They left Sunday
evening by special train for Phoenix.
Last week The Sun complimented
the members of the Ladies' Rifle
club by stating that, by assiduous
practice, they had become so expert
shots that they were now equally
proficient at hitting tbe mark by
shooting away from the target as by
aiming at it.   It is now reported
F. B. McKeehan, United Slates
immigration inspector at this point,
left lust Saturday for Chihauhau,
Mexico, where he has been sent by
the United States government in
charge of a Spanish woman who is
being deported by tho immigration
authorities of Colville, Wash. He
was accompanied by Miss Kelly,
who will act as matron.
RANDOM^REMARKS
JA1I men are born free and unequal.
The trouble with most men—
women.
Successful men possess either ability
or nerve.
It's a poor tool that can't be worked
both ways.
The more a man doesn't know the
less he doubts.
The simple life is all right for those
who can afford it,
A pretty woman's smile-often wrinkles a man's purse.
Many a wise looking mains unable
to deliver the goods.
A horse is still a horse, even when
turned into a pasture.
People who are in love imagine that
they fool other people.
If you must draw the color line,
draw it at feeling blue.
The tricky man may succeed, but
his success seldom sticks.
When a sailor falls overboard he
feels as if he were all in.
The world hates a pessimist as
much as he hates himself.
Today is part of the future we
worried about yesterday.
If a man is afraid to lie outright he
begins by,saying' "They say."
We don't blame some men for refusing to take their own advice.
The experience a man buys is always delivered a little too late.
Few people are as smart as they
think other people think they are.
Go to a tailor for a wedding suit
and to a lawyer for a divorce suit.
How happy women would be if they
could live long without getting old'I
No man can^tell what his wife is going to do by what he tells her to do.
If a man isn't capable of governing
himself, it's up to him to get married.
A conscience is a good thing not to
have if you are in a hurry to get rich.
Most people who are in love act as
if they  were delightfully  miserable.
Even the sure-thing gambler takes
a desperate chance when ho gets married.
A woman never asks a man it he
loves her unless she is sure of the answer.
Some men get eut of practice because they spend all their time preaching.
Almost every day the average man
wonders why he did such a foolish
thing.
Job's patience wasn't so great. His
next-door neighbor didn't own a phonograph.
Lots of men would rather hold a
political job than earn an honest living.
Speaking of close friends, those who
will not lend you a dollar head the
list.
Golden opportunities are the kind
fate hands to the other fellow on a
silvor platter.
Marriage is like a porous plaster;
it's easier to get nett to it than it is
to get away from it.
Even with his experience, the self-
made man sometimes Hulls it dillicult
to make true friends.
As sood Ks the average girl acquires
two or three stickpins she begins to
talk about her jewels.
The ordinary individual who imagines he a little belter than the rest
of us is usually un object of pity.
There may he reasons why u uiai.
should try to deceive others, but why
should be try to deceive himself"!
Nothing is more exasperating than
a fool friend who is always reminding
you of your faults for your 0W41 good.
Just because a woman declares she
has the best husband on earth, it's no
sign that she expects to meet him in
heaven.
CHURCH SERVICES
Presbyterian    Chuiich—
services at 11 a. in. and 7 p.
Kxox
Sabbath
m.; Sabbath sehool and Bible class at
2:30p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p
in. All are cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist Chtjbch, liev. Schlichter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:<S0 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Ciiuhoii, Hev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Suuduy
at 11 a. in. and 7:80 p. in.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
For Sale— Brand new Nn. 3 Gra
phophone; cost 850; also $14 worth nf
records; will sell at a sacrifice if taken
at once.    Particulars at this olliee
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on n sunbeam ns to attempt to reach The Sun
renders by advertising in any other
medium.
' We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boun
dary country. And we are the only
otlice in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
We have a large supply of all kinds
of visiting cards iu stock, and the
most fashionable styles of type to
print them with. The Sun Job Otlice.
For Sale—Two brass chandeliers;
three arms each; also one mission
clock, about six feet high. For full
particulars address P. O. Box 516,
Grand Forks, B. C.
The Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
Tho young man who never allows
business to interfere with his pleasure
will soon find himself without both
pleasure and business.
When remitting money get an express order. Cash on demand of
payee. To all parts. S. T. Hall,
branch agent Dominion   Express  Co.
I will sell my No. 2 Smith Premier
Typewriter at a reasonable figure, as
am leaving the city.
F. B. McKeehan.
THE
COPPERo
HANDBOOK
(New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a pracical book, useful
to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the copper
industry.
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4626 copper
mines and companies in all purts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen panes, according
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Hook on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
tbe fads it gives hiin about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
top; 87.50 in full library morocco.
Wijl be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postollice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
W, G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stook
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
NEW YORK
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Is assured you wlien you buy Dr. Pierce' I
family medicines—for all tht. Ingredients entering into them are printed on
the bottle-wrappers and their formulas
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heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue,
poor appetite, gnawing fooling in stomach, biliousness and Kit.di'ed derangements of tho stomach, liver and bowels.
.Besides curing ml the above distressing
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R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
BRIDGE STREET
Carpets Cleaned and Labi.
Furniture Repaired, Uphol-
itered and Cleaned, aud
other jobs In the houxe-
cleaning line. Rubber Tires
for Baby Car r Ian-en.
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
A. J. Stewart
HORSESHOEING
General Blacksmiihlny
SIMPSON'S OLD STAND 'TM^r'
R. C. MCCUTCHEON
CABINETMAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street
Grand Forks. B. C.
PROVINCE
HOTEL
EMIL LARSEN, PROPRIETOR
Hot ami Cold Batht. Nh-Hv Purnlkhed
St-ive-lleat-'ii   Roomi.      Kntlr-*l.v  re*
fii*ni*iii**i mid renovated throiifrhoiit.
PirsttolaM board by day, week or
inontli. spf-.'hii ratei to iteady hoard-
i'i'i     Ainerii'itn  mint   Kuropean  plan1!.
Plneit ibir in City In Ooimeotlon-
BRIDGE STREET     GRAND FORKS, B. C.
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
__       NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C.
Receive both Ladles and Gentleman as rent*
dent or -i'i> ituaentij hoi a complete Cora*'
(meretal or Buttnen Oouriei .nreparei it***
ih-iitstn i-iiiii T.'ii.'h.'.V ■tVitiliriiti*-. of all
trades) glvel tho four yean* course forthe
li. A. degree, and tho flrnt your uf the School
of >ri.'m*<* i'iiiim', Iii affiliation with the To-
rontoUnlversity; bat a ipcciul proipectori*
on ii th-j fnr minori wbo work in B.C. [nalrnc-
tlon ii allojrivQn in Art, Mimic, Pliysieul *'ul-
ture and Elocution. Term opens Sept.l th
190*;,   For Calendar.*., etc., addretii
COLUMBIAN   COLLEGE. * ?f*?ii ^»-i' *"''$p$z*kL*
7 Bull Dod Suspenders
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nntl honor rnlilmr Oiaii oilmr. tnakei,   ftlluwin-*- eaiy, freo
<r«inani of llic*l)4>4!y in cvi-ry |)4-si£jiin; licc*nis« tbey h»»e ([ild-tift
...Aiil parti-. ciiar«ntu«d not to ru»toi- Uirni'h. nii'l tocauia Ibo Q01"
-. »■ ara itraHQor tlnn unmlly fouml fn BmiumilQrii, pruveutlugtiui
fin.in i'r iji'ii': and wwiia*" tliruii-jh.
TJTKV OtrrVKUlTBRKH ORDtKiBY KINns. WHICH MEANS
I'uiua; TIMES THE 8EBVICH or USUAL h cent bouts.
Tho M"it OomtavUblaflDipendtn Mini** for Mnn, Tooth or Boy
111 I It-lit, Il'-vvy or IMm )!,..ivv W, is-lit-i. Y.Orn, L,<nVi*i„ K-,trnI'niU
BuuMft) li.. ■j.p'Hi-.i'.a*' lliili Evurj Han nud Boy Will Hindi y Itucnivo
roit THE BKST  INSIST  ON  MODEL  B  BULL DOQ  SUSPENDER*
1IEWES & POTTER. Dipt.
87 Lincoln St. Boahm, Mm.
Oitr ii'ii-ful ISi'ii. I.i«i RnBnutDM Cnn   ami Cm nmlni) for Wi*.  inn-tnai
i h'-iialat, "Style, or  How to Dri** Cot recti]*,"
fi-' fl yi'U iiii'iiiimi thlii>uli11o-.tion.
SHOP TALK
Show curds for widnows and in-side
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Mnke them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
((lance.
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that The Sun is the
most widely read paper in Grand
Forks,
A new lot of latest designs of. pro-
grain and menu cards just received at
Thk Sun job office.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81 per year.
tiA Snap
&1450
—BUYS seven-acre
tract adjoining the
southern boundary
of the eity limits; three-room
house and good well; thirty-
seven bearing fruit trees and
a quantity of small fruits.
$500 cash; balance in three
years. Best fruit land proposition in the valley.
For  full  particnlars call at
We SUN OFFICE
Application (or Transfer ol Liquor
License
tyOTIGE is hereby given that I Intend
to apply, at the next meeting of the
Board of License Commissioners ofthe
Corporation of the City of Grand Forks,
B.C.. for the transfer of the license to
sell liquors at retail on the premises
known as the Queen's hotel, Lots 5 and
west half of 6. Blook 4. on Government
A vantie, to the new building on LotB 6,
7 nnd 8, Block 1, Government Avenue;
p rmission is also asked to change the
nnme of th-? house from the Queens
Hotel to the HJtel Colin.
Duted ut Grand Forks, B.C., this  1st
diyofMay, 1908.
p. d. Mcdonald.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mark*
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
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aloklT aacenaln onroplntun (reearliotlior an
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 —, foraccurl—
I'!it"rits t:U.-n tlmniirh Muim '
lent Iroe. ollcat iiL'tinuy for securing batenta,
rnti'ute taken tFmniirh Munn * Co. noelvi
•ptttal notice, wltliiiutchHrne, Intlie
Scientific American.
A hanUitoniuly tiliiMtrnti-tl wuekly.  .
Ruatlon of any nctcntlflo journal.
L-.nfwt olr-
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MINING BEOOBDS
Following are the locations, cer-
tificatea of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from May
4 to May 26, inclusive:
CERTIFICATE   OF  W01IK
Wave,Wellington camp.T. H. Richard; Emily Anne, Moody creek, Philip
Reillyj New York, Boston, Brown's
camp, Atwood et al, Tiger fraction,
Gloucester camp, Thomas Newby;
Copper, Franklin eamp, Gelinas et al,;
Riverside, Franklin camp, Pete Santure; Whitetail, Franklin campf Gelinas et al.; Eclipse, Summit camp, Jas.
F, Cunningham; June, Brown's camp,
A. E. Savage; Nelson, Frttnklin
camp, C. Hansen; Negaunee, Franklin
camp, H, Hansen; Thorwuld, Franklin camp, L. Hansen; Frank, Franklin
camp, Louis Hansen; Togo, Monitor,
two years each, and Granby, Brown's
camp, Wm. K. White; G.H. fraction,
Gloucester camp, Newby et al., survey; Sure Thing, Summit camp, G. R.
Pierce; Regina, Franklin wimp, Julius
Mueller; Colchester, Franklin camp,
Julius Mueller; Siincoe, Puss creek,
McRae et al.; Beaver, Gloucester
camp, Chas. A. Mix, three years;
Threadwell, Summit camp, Forbes
Godfrey; Gold Finch, Summit canip,
Julius Carson; Arsene and Bonita
Vista fraction, Grand Forks, Win. E.
Caporn survey; Lockport, Summit
camp, James F. Cunningham; Alexandria, Franklin camp, James Mc
Donald; Joseph and Silver Tip fraction, Franklin camp, James McDonald; Buffalo, Franklin camp, James
McDonald, survey; Bunker Bill,
Franklin camp, W. W. Fee, three
years; Climax, Franklin camp, A. J
Fee; Witty, Franklin camp, W, W.
Fee, three years Jasper and E. P.
fraction, Pathfinder cnmp, C. M.
Kingston; Bell fraction and Blazer,
Welington camp, F. M. Kirby; Boxer
fraction, Wellington camp, I. Kirby;
' Bow, Wellington camp, F. M. Kirby;
Britton, Seattle camp, C. A. Clark;
Northern Boy and Anna, Wellington
camp, G. W. Ave!ill; Dan Patch,
Franklin camp, Ormiston et al.
CONVEYANCES.
One-half of No. 10 fraction' Summit camp, John Mulligan to F. M.
Kirby.
One-third   of     Aspen rnnil  Elg'n
Fianklin camp, A.   B.  McKinley   to
! D. Whiteside. .
Pacific Hotel
OFF*. C.P.R. STATION
r'lrat-i'lnas In every respect.
Sample mollis luceoinmer*  i .
I'iul travelers.
H.,1 mul (,'alil Hatha.
Hur iii Connection.
Kiiu-t IIiiiiiiIhoI Wines.
Liquors ami Oiuart.
CHaS. PETERSON, Prop
DRINK REPUtBLiO BEER
The Purest and Best In ttie City.
On Draught Exclusivel/* at
All of Royal Tinto, Franklin camp,
A. Chisholm to Wm. Minion.
One-half of Greenwood, Excelsior
and Greyhound, and one-sixth of Exchange, Pass ereek, Daniel Fisher to
Seymour Birch.
All of Monte Cristo, Silver Knott
and Link fraction, Seattle camp,
Ella Clark to C. A. Clark.
liECOIina  OF LOCATIONS
Yellow Jacket, Coryell, John Cho-
vin; G. O. P. fraction, Gloucester
camp, Chas. A. Mix; Dreamland,
Coryell, John Chovin.
Premier and Party
Last Friday night a party cf cabinet ministers, consisting of Hon.
Richard McBride, premier of British
Columbia] Hon. 11. Esson Young,
provincial secretary, and Private
Secretary Macrae, arrived in fhe city
from Phoenix and Greenwood. The
party left the main line of the C.P.R.
at Vernon, and came south along
Okanagan lake, visiting Peachland,
Kelowna, Naramata, Summerland and
Penticton, from which place they
drove to Orovillo, thence over the
V., V. &.E. to Midway. At
Greenwood they were met by Martin
Burrell, who piloted them to this
city. While here they visited the
Granby smelter and other points of
interest, and also had a confab with
nearly all the prominent faithful.
The party left on the C. P. R. passenger Saturday ovening for Rossland
and Nelson.
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
For Sale—90 acres of good land,
also two new milch cows. Apply at
this olliee.
For Sale — Full-blood Black
Minoricn eggs; •*?' 1.00 per setting. A;
C. Uren, box 294, Grand Forks.
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, Phoonix *.	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Cnmp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Cnrini, West Fork	
Sully, West Fork	
Humbler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
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	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous'	
shipments of  Boundary mines
1907
613,037
135,001
208,321
1,712
18,274
14,481
43,396
12,253
64.173
31,270
1908
423,002
367
2,000
Past Week
20,767
2,000
480
480
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter...;	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter..
649
65
80
700
20
55
224
30
50
130
•
•
1,148,237
425,978
23.247
637,626
341,952
412,926
20,532
153,439
Total treated..
     1,133,017
BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.
412,926      20,532
NAM. or CoMPAHT.
Granby Consolidated-Copper.. »1»,000,000
Cariboo McKliiney-Oold ~     1,2*41.000
Providanoe-Sllver       M6.000
B.C Copper-Copper     1,000,000   :5O8.0O0     t»
—DIVIDENDS .
Totnl to    Latest      Per
Dato.       lint**    Share
Authorised /--shabes-^       Paid
Capital.    Iaaueil. Par.       WW.
 —      lSMKlll   tllHI fl.lKII.OOO S2,!!!»,I.'II1 Sept. 11107   S3.ll,
1.290,000    fl         iilll.N'll'Feli. 1904     .0
91000
10.1100        118,224 Sept. l'.mii
        201,21X1 |S.ent. 101)1
PRINTING
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercia    Printing
On the -shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most moderfi jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,    •
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding .Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
■f^ftArt PPIlMTIlM-fi—t'ie kim" we <*°—'s in itlie" an
VJliUL** nVlLllILlU   advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best.    Let us estimate on your order.    We guarantee
satisfaction.
•a*
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Palace Barber Shop
Kuzor Honliii; a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Tiotorla llcti-1,
Brldue Street, Grand Forks, B. C.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AN*D
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Tale  Tranter Go.
Light and Heavy Transferring to and from ths depots.
A. Mackintosh
Offlcol   Wimlaor Hotel. Phono A68
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
GEO. TAYLOR,
Grand Forks, B. C i
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from'all trains.
TelephoneAl29
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Ru'i'iiEiiFoai) Biios., Props.

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