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Ninth Year—-No. 2.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. November 13, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Cabinet Ministers Enunciate
the   Government's
The Conservative rally in the
opera house on Monday night was
one ofthe largest politicaljgatherings
ever held in this city, all the available standing room being taken. The
chair was taken at 8 o'clock by F.
IT. Hutton, president of the local
association. Tom G'Farrell bad decorated the hall with flags and bunting, and the following mottos were
prominently displayed on the walls:
"Irrigation for the Farmers," "McBride and More Railways," "Develop the Nortli Fork," "Miller and
Moue Railways," "No Chinese Need
Apply." The speakers of the evening were Ernest Miller, the local
Conservative candidate. Premier
McBride and Attorney-General
It was needless to say, Mr. Miller
said, rhat he supported the McBride
government on a platform of its record and policy. Tho progressive
policy outlined by the McBride ad
iiiinistrution should meet the approval of the people, expressed by
"^tbftirballots. Orand Forks should
express itself in favor of the extcn-
rion of the Kettle Valley lines. The
defeat of the Conservative candidate
would mean that this is a matter of
indillerence to the people of this district. As there was no doubt of the
McBride government being returned
11 power, it was to the best interests
of the district that a government supporter is elected here. The people
should vote for their own interests
rather than for mere partisanship.
Socialism presents a rosy picture,
often distorted to gain the vote of
theigiiormt, who are being told that
to elect a Socialist member means to
make every man his own boss. The
picture cannot be realized. To reach
It all must agree in methods and details, which is impossible on this
sarth. Agitation and controversy
huve brought no reforms   Socialism
has broken the force  of  the   work-
was informed by the chairman thai
the meeting had been called for the
purpose of giving the electors an opportunity of listening to Premier
Mi-Bride and Mr. Bowser.
A song by  James  Robinson   followed, nnd it was well received.
Premier McBride drew attention
to the fact that the Conservative
party in Canada had always stood
for the rights of the workingman;
had given manhood suffrage; hud
granted labor the right to strike, hy
which many reforms hud been
forced when ordinary methods had
failed; had always stood for fair
wages and white labor. The present
policy shows this. The decision of
people was deeded on the railway
policy. A deal had been made with
two great Canadians, backed by
similar dealings with other provinces, hoth Liberal anil Conservative,
and with a huge railway system already in operation, with 422 towns
on that system waithing forthe lumber, fruit and other products of this
province. Lord Strathcona says
competition in railways is necessary
to development. Tbe competition
now planned will open thousands of
square miles for settlement, as it did
on the prairies. The great need of
the country justifies the small outlay of 89000 per year to give 250
miles of the Kettle Valley lines and
the guarantee of C.N.R. bonds costs
nothing to the province and brings
no danger of liability. He had led
opposition to ft grant of 12,000,000
acres and 83,000,000 to the C.N.B.,
and this saved these valuable assets.
He promised railway competition,
and though it cost him two cabinet
ministers, be believed his policy was
riglit, and would keep faith with his
promise. The province is secured by
a lirst mortgage for the $35,000 per
mile guaranteed. The road will cost
over 850,000 per mile, and along
with this the earnings of the whole
system, worth 875,000,000, are covenanted to secure the province against
loss. The building of tbe road means
expenditures of 830,000,000 in products of this province and in white
labor, both expressly provided for.
Another great Canadian transconti
nental railway will follow. The C.
N.K. parallels existing lines in part,
but niUBt do so to get low grades and
give competing freight rates. Manitoba and Alberta  have  guaranteed
Government's    Agreement
With Kettle  Valley
men's unions by setting them in J mich more than is proposed here,
opposition against lhe forces with | and their credit has not suffered,
which they should co-operate.    He-1 The debts of tbe Okanogan Construe-
fore Socialism came In Ilranil Folks
thc workmen's union was a respected force, dealing with the employers on equal terms nnd bucked
by the sentiment of the public.    So-
cialism set the workmen apart from
their fellows destroying this condition. A union that adopts any political platform goes to pieces, Every
man should vote as he thinks hest,
otherwise a few men lead the others
like sheep. Vote for tbe political
parties now in thn field, but insider the governmens't record in
your favor wben ' choosing. Could
anyone do less for you than your
present member? Don't send a man
to represent a class, "if elected I
will represent all classes, and herewith definitely pledge myself to favor any legislation in the interests of
tbe workingman. I hope to merit
re-election by the vote of all classes."
Mr. John Mclnniss, the Socialist
candidate, here arose and characterized Mr. Miller's speech as a scurrilous attack on him and Socialism.
He demanded the right to reply,but
tion coinpany must be paid out of
the Kettle Valley subsidy. Lower
taxation was promised, and a lirst
clnss university provided for when
feasible to institute one in keeping
with the varied needs of the country. Mr. McBride closed his speech
by saying that some years ago one
of tbe greatest railroad men on this
Agreement mnde tins 20th day of
October, 190!), between bis majesty
lhe king, in tbe right of the province
of British Columbia, herein represented anil acting by the Hon. Richard McBride, premier of the said
province, hereinafter referred to as
the province of the first part, and the
Kettle Itiver Valley railway, hereinafter called the railway of the second
Whereas it is in the interest of the
province of British Columbia that a
line of railway be built connecting tbe
boundary district with the coast cities
by a more direct route than at present;
And whereas, the railway has offered to build a liue from at or near
Midway to Penticton without any aid
from the province, if the province will
subsidize an extension of this line
from Pentictou to u junction with the
Nicola, Kamloops ifc Siniilkauieen
railway, at or near Nicola, not to exceed, however, 150 miles.
Now this agreement witnesseth that
in consideration of the agreements
hereinafter contained on the part of
Ihe railway, the province agrees with
the railway, subject to ratification by
the legislature of the province:
(a) To grant tt subsidy to the railway on the portion of the road between Penticton and the junction
mentioned, of $5000 per mile, payable
in cash, or in 3 per cent inscribed
stock of the province, at the option of
the province, as follows: The said extension to be div.ded into ten mile
sections, payment of the subsidy iu
respect of the first ten mile section 11
be made when the lirst and second
sections have been completed to the
satisfaction of the minister of public
works; payment tor the second section
to be made when third section is completed, and so on until the whole extension is completed, when the mileage
herein mentioned shall be paid for at
the above rate of $5000 per mile, not
exceeding in all 150 miles.
(b) The lines of the rail way constructed or to be constructed from
Penticton to Midway, and from Grand
Forks to at ot near Franklin camp to
bo exempt fioin the assessment and
tax imposed by section 6 of the "Railway Assessment Act, 1DU7," for the
period of tell years from and after the
completion ofthe lino from Midway to
(c) The railway, with the consent
of the chief commissioner of lands,
may take from any public lands adjacent to or near its line all stone,
timber, gravel and other material
which may bo necessary for the construction of the railway.
(d) The railway ihill have a free
right of way through   the   provincial
Thesaid lines to be standard gan^e
and to be built aceordiug lo such
specifications as to make tliem practically uniform in construction with the
lines of the Great Northern oi Canadian Pacilic railways, when originally
(c) To give a bond satisfactory to
thu government of the province uf
British Columbia thai following construction the said lines will he operated continuously ami throughout the
whole length thereof.
(d) That no Chinese or Japanese
person sliall be employed in the construction of the above lines under a
penalty of 85 per day for each and
everv Chinese or Japanese person employed in contravention hereof, which
penalty may be recovered upon conviction of any person, under the provisions of the Summary Convictions
(e) The railway agrees to purchase
all material and supplies needed for
tbe   construction of   its   line through
the province of British Columbia fr	
manufucturars, merchants and dealers
within the province, when such material and supplies can be purchased
iu desirably quantities of equal quality suitable for the purposes for which
they are required and upon terms
equally favorable as those procurable
(f) The workmen, laborers, and
servants employed in or about the
construction of the said railway shall
be paid such rates of wages as may bo
currently payable to workmen, laborers, or servants engaged iu similar
occupations in the district in which
the said railway is constructed.
In witness whereof the parties have
executed these presents.
Signed, sealed and delivered ill the
presence of:
Richard MoBmnis, Premier.
W. J. Rowser, Attorney-General
The Kettle Biver Valley Railway,
James J. Waiiiih.v,
[Seal.] President.
Names of Candidates in the
Field in the Two Boundary Hidings
On Thursday tbe nominations of
legislative candidates were made
throughout the province. In this
riding the candidates placed in the
field are: Conservative, Ernest
Miller, of Grand Forks, barrister;
Liberal, Daniel Paterson, of Phoenix, pipe fitter; Socialist, John Mclnnis, of Phoenix, miner. H. C.
Kerman is the returning ollicer.
In Greenwood riding the candidates are: Conservative, J. R. Jackson, of Midway; Liberal, D. A. Mac
donald, of Greenwood; Socialist,
George Heatherington, of Greenwood.
Some anxiety bas been expressed
by a number of citizens lest the city
council alter the lire limits bylaw so
as to permit the construction of lire-
traps in the centre of blocks. The
surest way to guard against this
danger is for those interested to be
present at the council meeting next
Monday night, when the amendment to the bylaw will come up for
James Greig, aged 47 yienrs, died
at the Cottage hospital at G o'clock
in the morning on Thursday, Nov.
11th. Deceased was a native of
Turriff, Aberdeen, Scotland, where
he leaves an aged father and maiden
sister. He met with a serious accident at the Granby smelter on September 12, 1908, being struck by a
lib; timber while setting up machinery, and since then bus never
b.'en in a condition to work. The
immediate cause of his death was a
complication of diseases.
Mining Stock Quotations
NewIYorK, Nov. 12.—The following are today's opening qaiilations for
the stocks mentii ned:
Asked.        Bid
GranbvConsolidated.   100.00    88.00
IS. C. Copper       7 25      7.121
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, Nov. 12.—Silver,
electrolytic copper, 12.00(5 12.76.
London,   Nov.    12,—Silver,
lead, £ 13.
The VV. A. Bazaar,   held   in   the
ball under the opera house on Wed-      ^ ^ ~^    ^.^
nesday  and   Ibursday,   was  very Lhowiw. the minimum temperature fur
largely   attended and   was  a   huge|Cac|,   ,|ilv   during the   week   ending
success.    The   ladies   are  said    to November 12, 1000:
have   amassed   a  fortune, and they
deserve   every penny   for  the   able |U ;,;
manner in which they managed the
The Socialist meeting in the opera rj.|
Sunday ...
bouse on '
..I   to,
liursilay evening was not
[very well attended.    The speakers
were John Mclnnis, of I'lioenix,
| who represented this constituency
in the last legislature, and  J. Fitz-
ls for its lilies herein referr
such right of way to be to   tbe   satisfaction of the  lieutenant governor  in
And this aSreement   further   wit-
ncsseth that in  consideration of   the gernld, of Vancouver,
above agreements ou the   part of  the
province the  railway   covenants and
agrees with the province:
(a) To   begin  coostruction of the
Friday        22
J. F. Cass, ol Yakima, Wash.,
arrived in the city this week, and is
putting   his orchard  on   lhe Covert
estate in condition   lor  tic winter
continent bad told liiin  that Grand i       .   " , ,     ,«,ir    i   a  i>r,)W„  ...p   |-rr,.]Vr  ,n
I province the  radwav   covenants ami       Alls. j. ii. niuwii   nni   h.i.uim. uu
Forks, iii the near future, was des- agreea w{th the province: Wednesday, November 24th,  after-1    Mrs. Tingley, of  Vancouver, who
tined to become one of the greatest (ft) To begin construction of the noon and evening, and thereafter on has been visiting her parents, Mr.
manufacturing and industrial con- lines of railway herein l'L't'en,e(l'"j the lirst'tnd second Wednesday of and Mrs. S. T, Hall, returned to her
tres in the west.    He believed that within four months from the ratifica- borne this week, accompauied by her
.. .      , t  ,i      i- . ■ ,   tion of tins agreement by the   legisla-  ea0D '"oniii. > i •
the natural resources of the district:,        ...      h  . .' *     , —s— .two  sisters, the Misses   Grace   and
.„   ,    . . ... ,     ,      ture ot the province, and   to   proceed; '
justified this   prediction,   and tbe continuously and with reasonable ox-     G. II. Deane, ol   Nelson,  provin- Hazel Hall,
construction of the  Coast-Kootenay penition with the construction of said eial   school   inspector,   visited  the
road would hasten its fulfillment.      | lines, the whole to  completed   within j schools in this city tbis weel
Attorney-General   Bowser    dealt; fou1, y«ttrs ?''<"" the ''ttt.ilic_.tion of thi: '
. ,   ,,    ,      ,    ,         ,  ,,         -,      , agreement by the legislature,
with the legal phase of the railroad "... _  , '.,,     ,D      ,     . .,- , .
6    v                        .- (b) lo build aud construct the fob
agieemcuts, nnd reyie.wed the iinan- lowjng lines of rai)way:
eial cotldition of the  province,  and ,     i, a line from Grand Forks up the
thc issues generally involved in   the Nortli Fork of Kettle river  not   less
present campaign.    He pointed out tllun ;i0 mil°"'      ,_.,_              _     .
f.         l ui     t           li    i     ■  -. 2.   A line from Midway   to Pentic-
tbe probably of   a cabinet minister
being selected from this city in the
event of tbe election of the Conservative candidate.
A line from Penticton to a junc
tion with the Nicola, Kamloops &
Similkameen railway near Nicola.
Ernest   Miller,   the Conservative
addressed the electors of Phoenix on
Thursday night.
Miss Glover, of Vancouver, is visiting at the home of ber brother,
Wylie Glover.
The Dreamland theatre has its
grand opening tonight.
A meeting was held in the Methodist church on Tuesday night in
the interests of the laymen's missionary movement. D. Whiteside
presided, and speeches were made by
Messrs. Harrison, Clark and Wilson,
of Toronto.
Don't forget the grand opening of
thc Dreamland theatre tonight. It is
the finest theatre in   the Boundary. JOHN   D. SPENCE
(Hit? lEhpnmg §im
The people of (irand Forks will  return tbe compliment on tbe 2otb.
Pnlillsheil nt Qratld Korku. Brltllh Ciiliiuililu.
(_. A. Kvans Killtor anil Publisher
A Sip of tills pnper oan he Keen at tlm otHi'p
of Mum. K. * .1. Hardy 4 Co., Ml, HI mul as.
Kl..i'i streot, g.0.i London. Kiuilaiiil, tree of
Bbarirei and that firm will lie trlinl to receive
Hiilisrrii.tltins und atlvertlKpmenti, on our lie-
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Tuk Kvesisu Scn,
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The matter of railway transportation to Franklin camp is of vital
i nportatice to every ii izen ol Grand
Porks, and should outweight former
political affiliations. There is no
doubt about the tonnage in the
camp, and with proper shipping fa
cilities Franklin will rival Phoenix.
The camp is tributary to this eity,
and the merchants and people generally would naturally profit by the
opening up of the mines there, and
by the development of the North
Fork country.
It is absolutely certain that the
government will be returned to power,
and it is to the best interests of this
district that a government supporter
is sent to Vietoria. This is too important a district to be represented
-by some government member hundreds of miles from here.
The man who does not thinkjthat
the McBride government is friendly
to the workingman should read the
agreement with the Kettle Vulley
lines, printed in this issue. If that
does not convince him of his error,
he is beyond hope.
If our merchants will read the
government's agreement with the
Kettle Valley lines, they will find
ample justification for voting for the
McBride administration,even though
some of them claim to be Liberals.
Premier McBride appears to have
faith in Grand Forks. While here
this week he purchased the Harvey
property, in the centre of  the   city.
The adoption by the electorate of
. tbe local option plebiscite may or
may not bring local option to Grand
Forks. If it is endorsed by the
people, the government is pledged
to enact a law giving com unities the
right to vote on the question whether they want local option or not. If
the plebiscite is rejected, the agitation will probably cease for a
In ibis article The Sun desires to
make a few remarks on the question from a purely local standpoint.
It should not he inferred that the
views herein expressed are endorsed by any of the candidates
now seeking tbe suffrages of the
electors. They are merely the private opinions of the editor of this
We nre firmly convinced that
Grand Forks is not yet ready for
local option, if local option meant
temperance, or moral reform, as the
advocates of the measiues delight in
calling it, few law-abiding people
would have the courage to oppose il.
But it does not. How would it be
possible for this city to obtain temperance, or any higher moral plane,
by endorsing local option, when the
saloons of Eholt, Cascade, Phoenix,
Greenwood and Danville might be
running at full blast! It would
simply mean that the city would
lose the license fees, and till have
the "drunks" to lookafter. And instead of improving the morals of
some of the people, it would rather
have a tendency to degrade their
oitizenship by making law-breakers
of them, because it is a well-bnown
fact that liquors are smuggled into
all local option towns, ln Maine,
where this method of handling the
liquor trallic has had the longest
tesl, statistics show that both crime
and drunkenness have increased
since its adoption. And reports
from all local option cities are unsatisfactory as regards the anticipated moral improvement under tbis
law. The only sensible way, in our
opinion, tn deal with this question
is for the government to strike at
the root of the evil by prohibiting
the manufacture and importation of
spirituous liquors. In the absence
of such an act, a strict enforcement
of the laws regulating tbe liquor
trallic will do more than local op
lion lo abate lhe "drunk" nuisance. The rity is quiet now, and
the citizens are law-abiding,   Would
the same conditions prevail  under
local option?
It is fortunate for Grand Forks
that this agitation had not reached
its present height a year ago. Had
it done so, it is certain there would
have been no new brick and stone
hotels erected; and had tbe hotels
not made a start in this direction,
the stores and banks would have
continued to do business in their
old frame structures. The city
j would be the same today as if was
after the fire. Some of the hotel
men have invested every dollar they
have in new buildings, and under
local option their property would not
be worth fit) cents on the dollar. Is
it justice to legislate these men out
of business without compensating
them for tbeir Iobs? To us it appears to be a case of confiscation.
There is another aspect to the question. A large portion of the revenue
required for running the city government iB obtained from hotel licenses
and hotel water and light rates. To cut
these out, the deficiency would necessarily have to be made up by raising the taxes on realty and improvements, and these are now up to the
limit here. It is worth noting that
in nearly all communities the most
active local option advocates are nonresidents and persoiiB who pay little
or no taxes towards the support of
the city governments.
If local option carried with it an
improvement of the public morals,
then there would be ample justification for the agitation. But the history of the crusade indicates the
contrary. Last year, in ten towns
in the prohibition state of Maine 25
per cent of the inhabitants were arrested for drunkenness, while in the
same number of cities in Illinois,
where the saloons are licensed, the
percentage of arrests for this offence
waB only 17.
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read the tempting clubbing offer we
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NOTICE is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners for the
City of Grand Forks, B.C., we intend
to make application for the transfer
of the retail liquor license in respect
to tbe "Granby" hotel, held by Alexander William Fraser and Fred W.
Russell, to the said Fred W. Russell
And further take notice, that at
said meeting an application will he
made for permission to change the
name of the "Granby" hotel to that
of the "Russell" hotel.
Dated Grand Forks, B.C., the 21st
day of September, A.D. 11)09.
Tiik Sun is  read  by  evcryhdv  bt
causo it prints all the Boundary news,
Special   Old    Port *}\ 'per   gallon,
Liion Bottling Works.
NOTICE is hereby given that tli
partnership heretofore existing
between us, the undersigned, as
hotel-keepers at the City of Grand
Forks, in the Province of British Columbia, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts owing to
the said partnership are to be paid to
Fred W. Russell, who will continue
to carry on the business, and all
claims against the said partnership
me to be presented to the said Fred
W. Russell, by whom the same will
be settled.
Dated at Grand  Forks,   B.C.,   he
•201 li .lav of September, A.D. 1909.
Witness:  W. B. Cochrane.
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Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries.
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Prints moro live Boundary news than
any other paper published in the
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only $1.00 per year—one-half the cost
of its competitors. TnE Sun is never
on the fence regarding questions of
publio interest. Tiie Sun is acknowledged to be one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling at the ollics
of publication.
The Evenino Sun and the Toronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
$1.00 per year in advance.
The Evening Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free PreHs and Prairie Farm-
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To all my friends and patrons I
extend the felicitations of tbe
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
will be given April !__ and 13,
A cordial invitation to all.
c^Wrs. Ida Barnum
I.  X. L. Mineral  Claim,  situate   in the
Grand Korks Minlni Divliion of Yale Die-
"where located: In Franklin camp.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Jame. McAnlle Free
MineV'e Certificate lio. Batlffl, (or myself
and al «Re.it lor Frank McFarlane Free
Free Mtner'n (ertlBnnte No. II1IIW. '""J
w"t, Free Miner'* Certificate No. BMIJS, io"!
A -L Whiteside. Free Miner's Certilicate No.
I_'*|6, Intend, sixty days from the dnte
h„ 1. to apply to the Mining Recorder
Iff- CertlHiate of Imp iwUMtm lor the
purpose of olitalnlnuaCrown Urant  ofthe
8,S ?««"« take notice that action under
.oitlotl 'I. >nu»t be commenced hefore the
'finance  if »"«!>  Certificate of   Improve-
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Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
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Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
Imitation  Jewellery  and  Precious
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic and Optical Goods,
Provisions and Oilmen's Stones,
etc., etc.
Commission 2\ to f>%.
Trade Discounts allowed,
Spt eial- Quotations an Demand.
Sample Cases from X!0 upwards.
I bnsignments of Produce sold tm Ac,
(Established 1814),
25, Ahohurch Lane, London, E.C.
[Cable Address: "Annuairb, London."
i -   -— 	
i certificate of improvements
■ Shirley Fractional Mineral Claim, gltunte In
I the Grand Fork* Mining Division of Yale District.
Where Located: In Summit Camp, adjoining? tlm Shickshock Mineral Claim to the
1 west.
TAKK  NOTICE that I, BUle L. Clement, Free
Miners' Certificate  No. HUfiUOl, Intend, sixty
(Ihvb from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recerder for a Certificate of improvement, for
line purpose of obtaining crown, grants of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
pent inn 37. must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
PuU'il nl (iriitiil Forks. H.C,  this 2Srd day o
August, A. D, 1009
I EL8IB  L. CLBMKNT. For Rent—Two-story residence on
Third street, between Bridge anrl
Main streets. Apply A. Traunweiser,
Yale hotel.
NOTICE is hereby given thnt thirty
days from the date hereof I,
Ole Johnson, Rancher, of Christina Lake, intend to apply to the
Water Commissioner at Fairview, P.
C, for a license fur four cubic fe*»t per
second from "Si therland" Creek,
about two hundred feet East of Government wagon road an I abuut ■ ix
hundred and seventy feet North of
wagon road leading to Christ inn Hotel
at Christina Luke, H. C, for domestic
and irrigation purposes to be used on
my land, being Lot Nine Hundred
and Seventy, Group One, Similkameen
Division of Yale District, in the Province of British Columbia.
Hated this 3rd day  of October, A.   j'1"
I). 19(59.
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We carry a complete stock of all
shaving suppliesjn-
cluding Gillette Ever-Ready" Safety Razors,"Bull
Brand" Razors (2-yearguarantee), King Cutter
Razors, Strops, Brushes, Notions
Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
Hotel -.Colin
Opposite Great Northern Station
P, D. MoOONALO, Proprietor
Recently completed and
newly furnished through*
out. Conveniently h» ated
fen- railway men. ilrst-
clnss aeeommodationi for
traiiBlentt. Ho u r il a u d
rooms by the week m pre*
vallhiff rates. Flue Hue ul
Wines, I.iiinursiii.il Ctpari
always in stock at the bar.
- ^=>S1    Grand Forks, B. C.
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.J
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
cupper. Jt is a pracieal book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en ter.
gaged in any branch of the coppe
Iloi.Y TliIMTV Clllilicii,Henry Steele,
l.eetoi'—Sunday services: Holy com-
inuiiion, S:U0 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 3
First Sunday of the nuuitl
ininiunion will
the 11 a.m. service
a. in. Week-day and special services
as they are announced from time to
time You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox PitEsm'TEBiAN Cnuiieii—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
in.; Sabbath school and llible class at
9:45 a.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
in. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m, All are cordially
invited; seats free.
John   Hamilton, the sneak  thief
who on Thursday lust stole ii suit of i
clothes und overcoat from  Geo. .McCabe's room, wus arrested   in Orient;
on Saturday,    On Monday  he  was
he celebrated at tried h!/ •fuc|g" Brown und sentenced
as well as at S to eighteen months'  imprisonment, ■
and   Tuesday afternoon   Constable
Ritchie took the prisoner to Nelson.
Methodist Chuhoh, Rev. Schlich-
-Serviees next Sunday at 31
and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
liilile class at   9:15 a.m.     Tne
Hs facts will pass muster with the , Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
trained scientists, and its language is ; meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
easily understood by the everyday j Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
man. It gives the plain facts in plain j mid-week prayer meeting, Wednes-
Knglish without fear or favor. days, 8 p.m.    Everybody will be wel-
It lists' and describes   463(1   copper j come.
mines and  companies   in   all parts of 1     ,-, ,, ,,       „  ...    .
., i i   i      • .• •      __ Baptist Cmiicii,  lley. P. \\. Au-
tlie world, descriptions riinnui"   Irom        , ,,     .   ■ .,     ,
1 j vacuo,   pastor,—Services   on   Sunday
at   I I   a.  m. and  7:80  p.   in.;   Bible
two lilies to sixteen  pages,   aceordin
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the bonk for lhe
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain Knglish.
Price is 65 iu Buckram with'gilt
top; $7.50 iu full library morocco.
Will 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 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
ilass and Sunday school   at _?:30 p.
The foundation for Dr. Kingston's
new hospital bus been completed.
The building will not be elected until next spring.
The Liberal assooiation of this city
bus opened committee rooms in the
building recently occupied by lbe
B. C. Telephone company on Bridge
Munro (fc Co.'s farewell cash sale
bus been a great success up to tbe
present time. Jt is the lirst time in
tbis city that new goods have been
offered at a special sale.
Yalo l-ai.il "Ututrtot,    Dlstrlcl «.l  Siinllliu-
Takk   NOTICE   thnt   Smith    Curtis,    of
KiiNsiand, n.c, oceui ation mine operator,
Intemlsto apply fur peruilflsluu t<> purchase
the following described lamls:
Commencing nt it post planted tin the western side Hi e uf the NeUomS Kurt Shepherd
Hallwayoouipuuy'H Land liratiintid nt the
southeast corner of I'etbr Shaw's pre-emption on Mis Sheep Creelt; theuce west 70
ohains; thenoe south 15 chnins, more or less.
to tho north Mueof J..T. Gill's pre-emption i
thetioe easi 85 ohains. more or h'-s, to northeast oorner of said Gill's p.'e-emption;:
tlieuce south 15 ohains: thence east ■'•■> olmfns.
moreor les^.tci the western line <>f aforesaid
Railway Land Granti thenoe north mi rim ins
to point nt' commencement, containing 160
i_fi"«_s, more or less.
Dated December 14th, ivos.
The bricklaying on the lirst  story
of tbe ne.v Eastern Townships bank
For   Sale-
timothy land.
100   acres   of   good
Apply this olliee.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Nun Job Olliee.
Three bottles of e
50e.    Lion Bottling
Downey's Cigar Store
A I'omi'i.uti-: stock dv
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh (lomlgiimeut ol
KcrclVOil W
Woman s Power
Over Man
Woman's most glorious endowment is the power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a
worthy man. When she loses it and still loves on,
no one in the wide world can know tiie heart agony
she endures. The womnn who suffers from weakness and derangement of her special womanly or-
danism soon loses the power tu sway the heurt of
a mun. Her general health suffers and she loses
her good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability
and her power and prestige us u woman. Ur. K.V. __'icrce,of Buffalo, N.Y., with
the assistance of his stulFof able physicians, hus prescribed fur and cured many
thousands of women. He hits devised a successful remedy for woman's ailments. It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, It is a positive
specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women• It purifies, regulates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No ftOHCSl dealer will
udvisc you to accept a substitute in order to make a little krfjer profit.
it makes weak women st.
Sick women wexl.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and ttnttgtheo Ht\, ...
Notice to the People of Grand Forks
and Vicinity:
You need not depend on any travelling photographer
to take your pictures.
Sud Photagra
Is now settled in his new quarters next (Jour to tiie  Yule Hotel
and will tuKfe any picture you want, indoors or  out, at
block   has   been   completed,
cream-colored   pressed    brick
give tht building  a   handsome
pea ranee.
Born—Near Grand I'orlis, on
Monday, November 8, to Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice VV. Elliott, a daughter.
Ucv. Mr. MiKee, nf (Ireenwood,
will be pastor of Knox churoh in
this eity for the next six months.
IM. Inet. M.B.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Second Street
Paoni; 1)77
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Railway Hell nf British Columbia niuv In-
homeatenttcd liy any person who is tin. bend
of ii family, or any malo over oiffhtoen .vi>nrs
nf nixi'. to tin1 extent of tiite-ilillirtel' leotiotl
nf 100 aeres, more or less.
Entry must In- niuile iii'i-sminlly nt tin. lm-nl
Inn,I offloe for tho district in whioh the Inml
Tlte homesteader Is required tn perform
tlm tiomlittons connected therewith umler
one nl iln* following plans:
(1) Ai lou*i six mouths' restdenoe upon uml
niiltivatlon nl tin. lmul In eaeh year for three
(2) If the father (nr mother, if the futher i.
deaeased), ofthe homesteader re-hlcs tipim n
farmin the vicinity of ttie land entered for,
the requirements us tn residence muy hesat-
islled hy such tierstui residing With tile flltlier
nr Hint tier.
(ll) If the settler tins his permanent resi-
.lencc iiiimi forming hnul owned hv him in
Hie vlolnlty of hfs homestead, the reo.nl	
incuts IIS  tO resilience may   he   sulisficil    liv
resilience ui  the said land.
six months' notice in wrltlnir slinnlil lie
:: i wi, the Commissioner nf Dominion LnmU
ni Ottnwa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal Coal mining rights inn* he leased
fnr ii period of twenty-one years at nn nn-
mini rentul of $1 He per acre. Sot more than
...'imucres shnll he leased tn uue Individual or
company. A royalty nt the rute nf live cents
per Inn shull he   cnllcelcil nn   th en-hunt-
able ooal mined.
Deputy nf the Minister of the Interior.
Vll. Unauthorised publication of this
advertisement will not he paid for.
Judge J. I!
[or   Vernon,
county court.
Brown  left this week i
where   he   will   hold [
Weading Bells
On Monday, November,8th, at
10 o'clock in the morning, in the
Methodist church, the marriage was
solemnized of Mr. Charles I1. May,
of Staverly, Alta., and Miss Alice
Carter, of this city, Rev. \V. C.
Schlicter performing the ceremony.
The wedding wus a very pretty
society function, Ihe church having
been appropriately decorated for
for the occasion. The bride was
given iiwiiy by b.ir oldest brother,
Douglas; Miss Nellie Carter, the
bride's sisler, was bridesmaid, nml
Hubert Petrie was the groom's best
num. The wedding march was
played by Mrs. Ralph Hodgson.
The groom's gift to lbe bride was n
pendant necklace nf pearls, lo the
bridesmaid a gold brnoob of amethysts nnd pearls, and In the best
in.ui a gold stickpin nf sapphires.
The couple received many costly
and valuable presents from their
numerous friends.
The Hay and Carter families were
pioneers in Grand Korks, and the
popularity of the young couple was
attested by the large number of
friends nnd relatives wdio witnessed
the ceremony,
Mr. and Mrs. Hay left shortly
after the ceremony (nr a wedding
tour to Vancouver, where they will
visit the gi'ooiir.s parents. On their
return tbey will make their home in
Staverly, Alta.
Mr. Albert Howard nnd Miss
Lena Holtz, both of this eity, were
married at the Methodist parsonage
on Wednesday, November KJtli,
Hev. W. C. Schliebter performing
the ceremony.
Furniture  Made In Order.
.Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering   Neatly   Done.
r. McCutcheon
Al.llST I'lllt-
I. ion M i Klrc Insurance Co,
Mnulrcill mnl Ci In.
And other slili.tniitlnl companies,
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
S4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 CIs.
Sample Copy Free.
iuiiiom-.        47 W. HUTU Sr.. Nkw 1 mil.
Prints inure live Boundary news than
nny other paper published in the
district.    The   price  of  TllK  Sun is
only 11.00 pei' year-  -hull' il si
»'ite con titers.   Tint Stis .„ never  /^4&_*J4i'--  h^rT^vlf
....    -I,.'    fi'll,',-   regaling    ,,l,es,i„„    „,    i^SP^^g^li-1
public   inici'.-i.     Tin:   Sin   is   „,-: 54lB*'*?'-,*ftte^<V-   ~'
knowledged to lie uue o2 the brightest i
papers   published    ill    the   interior ol'
the  province.    Tims',   who  subscribe
and   feel   dissatislied, will   Imve their
money refunded by calling at thooliics
»f PUUlictttion. NEW WESTMINSTER,    B.C.
•  llll.   I'.vi.MM. 5.B.V and the loionto Uecolvo both L. .ml Osntlomon  u. rati-
Weekly   Globe ami   Canauu   L'dl'Qief, I ||,,|lt of day studenU! bus a complete Com-
( mcrotal or BubIiiosb Couriei preparoi ntn*
dentato iraln TeRchern< Certificate! of all
i .-rf.iii.*; l'.vcs the four yeoi s' course fnr tin-
81.(K) per year in advance.
Tm; EvExiNo s_n. The Winnipeg^'xl^e^.uu'ie'^ir^;;;.'.;;;. s'i,!!::;
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Fiirni- of Soiencocdurac, in aflllintlon with the To.
',    ,.        \i      ,       i p        i     ii        i i ' riititn University: hal u  seeeiul iirusiieelnr..
r and the Montreal family Herald coiirao for minora who work In H.C, In.hue.
and Weekly Star, *__.00 per' year in {Ifre'sS^iSilJuttoi^'^wm'oJSS^lltontl3"!.
advance. ; 1WS,  PorCalendara.Qtc., addresi
The Sun is read  by everybdy  bo      Biovolks ami H.bpair  Work—A
cause it prints all the Boundary news, j complete line uf lllu'.l i his.    A f.w
i second-hand   wheels cheap.    U heels
Special old Port $1 per gallon, to rent Geo, Chapplk, Winnipeg
l.iioo Bottling Works. Avenue. WeAreGoing\p
$1.00 1
To sell our usual $1.40 3-lb.
can of Tea this week only, for
PHONE   12
l!ev. K. W. Auvache left on Monday for Moosejuw, Sask., to attend
the Baptist convention of Western
Canada. Next Sunday, Nov. Uth,
W. Merchant, Esq., of Victoria,
will conduct services in the Baptist
Lloyd A. Mnnly arrived in the
city on Monday from Coleman,
Alta., enroute to Princeton. He
spent two or three days with his
family here.
John Webster, of Fillmore, Sask.,
but formerly proprietor of the Winnipeg hotel in tnis city, was a
visitor here on Wednesday, enroute
to the coast.
The weather appears to have discovered an easy grade over the
Hope mountains this fall.
A joint union "smoker" will be
held in Miners' Union hall in ,th s
city on the evening of December
1st, to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the passing of the eight-
hour law. A program will be rendered, and refreshments are to be
of the Kettle Valley Farmers' Institute in the Conservative committee
rooms at 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. There were a large nuniher
of interested spectators present.
H. W, Collins nnd W. H. Covert,
of this city, will make displays at
the National Apple Show,which will
be held in Spokane next week.
of a more sensational character than
usual, and an improvement is also
promised in theyaudeville bill.  The
NOTIOKlB hereby Riven thai an application
will bo made under Part V. ol ihe "Water
Acl U.IIH.*'loobtulii ft license in the Simflka-
niceii Illvillon ofYale District.
(a.) The inline, adriresi anil occupation of the
applicant: Charles Sandner, English Covo, B.
,-., Rancher. (If fnr tnlnim: purposes) Free
Miner's Certificate No	
(IO The name of the lake, stream or smirce
(II iiciiiinu-il, the description is): Sandner
prize of $5 will again be offered, and
also the prizes for amateur work,
either recitations or singing.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Citizens' Reform league will be
held in the Methodist church on
Wednesday evening, November 17,
when the Rev. Robert Hughes, of
Cranbrook, will speik on local option.
Miss Hazel Hall, formerly C.P.R.
operator in this city, but who for
some months has filled a similar position in Nelson, visited at her home
here for a few days this week. She
left this week far Vancouver, where
she will again take up her duties
with the company.
Walter Palmer, of the department
of agriculture, gave an apple packing demonstration under the auspices
Wanted—A girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. J. R. Brown,
Third street, near court house,(Irand
James Robinson has purchhsed R.
Forrester's barn in Columbia, and
will rent the same for horses only at
moderate rates. Apply on the
premises or to Ballard & Plath.
J. C. MacDonald returned from
New Westminster the latter part of
last week, and has heen busy this
week shipping some of the Grnnd
Forks Machine & Structural Iron
Works' machinery to the coast.
The big union show in the opera
house last Monday night was a bigger success than ever, the house being crowded. Wm. Meadows held
the lucky number for the $5 prize
drawing. The prizes for the amateur contests were awarded to Miss
Marion Elmore and Ernest Ross
Miller for recitations. Next Monday
evening the moving pictures will he
The following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary
fnr 1905, 190(1  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix  818,537
Snowshoe. Phoenix  1:10,(11)1
Mother Lode, Deadwood  '20S,:i_!l
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix
Iduho," Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
M orrison, Dead wood	
Sulphur King, Sum mit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Snlly, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Engl'.' 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Lust Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp..
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
(c ) The point o(diversion: Aliout Olic-.nurth
mile Smith from thc Northeast corner of Lot
1428, iiroiip One, similkameen Division of Vale
(il.) The quantity of water applied for (In cu-
bio feet per second): Pour cubit feet.
(e.) The oharfloterol the proposed works ..
(f.) '' He premises ou which the water is tn lie
nseil (describe same): Part Lot 1428, Qioun
one, similkameen Division of Yule lUstrict.
(c ) The purposes for which the water is tn he
used: Doinestloand irrigation.
(h.) If fnr Irricutlnn ilescrilietlie lanil Intend'
cil to be Irrigated, Riving acreage: Part uf hut
1428. (irniiii one, similkameen Division of Ya c
District. 1211 acres, nuire or less.
(1.) If the waler Is to lie used for power nr
minimi purposes describe tho place when, tho
waler is lu lie rcturnei] to some natural channel, and the difference In ult tuile betweon
point of diversion ami point of return	
(j.) Area uf Crown Inml Intended to he occupied hy the proposed works	
(k.) This notice was posted on the twelfth .lay
ui October. 1909.and application will he inaile tu
the Commissioner oo the seventeenth day of
November, 1900,
(1.) (live the names and addresses of any
riparian proprietors ur licensees who nr whose
lands are likely lo he ulli-cteil liy tile proposed
works, either above or below ihe nutlet,	
(SI ture) Cil A KI.IX KANitNl.lt,
(P. o. Address) Knglish Cove, I). C.
NOTICK is hereby piven tlmt uu application
will he iniule under Part V. nf Ilie "Water
Act. ifllitf," to iilitain a license lu the Similkameen Dlvl-sinn nf Yale District.
(a) The name, address and iicciipiiliim of (he
aeplican: William Wultnslcy, Cascade, B. (',.
Railroad Station Ajra.it. (If for minim, purposes) Krce Miner's Cortlfloate NO 	
(li) The inline.of the lake, stream or source (If
iinnaincd. the description is) Sandner Creek.
(e) The point of diversion: About U.00 feet
north fi'.iin.S.iiidiuir'8iulll, Christina hake, and
up the creek about .'lull feci In an Easterly direotlon.
(ill The t|iiuutitv of wilier applied for (In cu-
liie leet per see..nil): one cilhlt foot.
(e) The character ni the proposed works    	
(f) The premise* on which the water is to be
used (describe same): Part uf Lnl 1428, Group
one, sliiillkiiniceu liii-islnn of Ynle District.
00 Tho purposes for which tho water ts lo be
used: Domestic and IrrlKntinn.
(I.) If for Irric'i.ion describe lhe land intended to be irrigated, givln? acreage*   Partof Lot
1428, (Irnup One. Similkameen Division of Yule
District. leu n.ires, mure or less.
(I) ti lhe water Is to lie used for power or mining purposes dosorlbo the place where the water
is tn lie returned to some natural channel, anil
the inherence 111 altitude between the point of
dlversliin and the point ol return 	
(j) Area of Crown laud Intended tn he occupied by the proposed ivories  . .
(k) This notice was posted nn the twelfth day
.1   ictoher, 1111)11. ami application will he niiidb
.n the Commissioner nn the seventeenth dav of
November, l"im.
(1) (live .lhe   untiles   nnd addresses  of any
riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose
luliils are likely to lie all'eeted   by the proposed
works, cither above or below tiie ontlct: ciiarie-
(signature) wii.i.iam wai.msi.ky,
(p. o. Address)Cascade, B.C.
Bridge Street,
The hpst nml nmst
hu bnt an tilt) lire-proof
building in the Houn-
dtiry country. Recently completed ami
ti v w l.v furnished
throim limit. Equipped with nil modern
electrical oouven-
iences, Ontrntly locuted. KirHt-cliiss au-
emu tnndiitim.s for the
ravelling public.
Hot and Gold Bath*
Firm-Claw Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
In Connection.
Printi ri:
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundnry Country, employ competent workmen, and curry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
.Shipping Tags, Circulars anil Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter..
1,148,2:17 U7y,(kS2 42,479
637,026 1,0:11.071 26 702
341,952 355,935 11,405
153,439 22,666
TotalTreated      1,133,017    1,4:>0,__7__        88,107
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will convince you that uur stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee
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Tremendous sliroltteiinco will lawn upon you.
An Oliver Typewriter—the otatlda'rq visible
writer—the most highly peri ted typewriter
ou the market—yours fnr 17 cents    dny!
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eiuilie Condensed Key-
Yours for  17|
Gents a Day!
We announced  this
new aalt-fi pitm recently, jusi lo feel   Ihe pulse or
the people Simply a small cn<di payment-
then 17 oents a day. That lathe plan in a nutshell.
The result lias been such a delude uf applications lor iiiucliiiies that we are _>fnii.|v as-
' untied.
The demand comes from people of all classes,
all sues, all occupations.
Tha majority of inquiries has come from people of known liiuihrliu staiuliiiK who were attracted hy thu novelty of the propos 'on. Au
Impressive demonstration of tiie immense pop*
ulrtrltyof the Oliver Typewriter
A stuttliiiK confirmation of our belief that
the Bra of Universal Typewriting it> at hand.
A  Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
The Standard T 'isible Writer
Tho; Ollvor Typewriter l» n inouer-iiinkcr
riglit from the word "gol" tin easy in nm iimt
beginners soon net in the "expert" olna_, Kuril
an you learu. l.i-t tin- machine ray lite 17 rents
a day—aud nil above that in ymir.-..
Wherever you aro, there Is work tu he done
and mniiey in he made hv lining the Oliver The
business world l» calling lor Oliver operators.
There are uot enough m supply the dematid.
riielrsalaries are • Iderably above tnose of
many classes of workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That Is tho battle cry today. Ae imve made
tne Oliver supreme In usi-fuiiieHsaiiil absolutely
indispensable in biislueas. Now ooines the con
quest nf the hntne.
The simplicity uml slrcuetli ofthe Oliver lit It
fnr fnmily use.   It is becoming an Important
factor in the I le training of young pimple.
a ii educator as welt n* a inonev maker.
Our new selling plan pitta the Oliver nu lhe
threshold of event homo In America, will vim
0IOB0 Ih- door in your hume or olliee on this re-
nuirliitlile Oliver oiler?
Write mr further details of onr eusv niter nml
ii free copy m the new Oliver Catalog.   Aih res.
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
Always Curries in Stock
a Fresh Supply ofj
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
N__mkovCompa_iy.%9 .      .
Granby Consolidated--Odp.wr...$15,000,4_00
Ciirilinii McKlutiey-Uold     l.'.riii.l«n
ProvidBiice-Silvoc SE'» _>«. U00
B.0, Coiuwr-Coppor     S.tXJO.mw
Total to    Latest      Per
Date.      Date    Share
Authorized .—bhakbb—, Paid
Capital.    Issued. Par.       HX*      ,--.._,,_.
185,1100 turn _tl.8__0.000 11,668,890 Deo. IMS *!l.0tl
1,250.000     |1      M«,»S7 Keb. 1904      .00
31000     M 16.000        18,221 Sept. 1906
•508.000      t5         HOl.ailO Sept. 1907      .IM
Palace Barber Shop
tttwor Honing a Specialty.
P.  A. Z.  PARE, Proprietor
1st Dook North ok(Jiiaxiiv Hotel,
First Strum.
Heavy uml tight Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Pas-
stingers and Trunks   to ami
t'lmiijill tniins.
Kutheri?ori> Bros., Props.
Trade Marks
Antone fending a eketeh and description may
■nlckly ascertain our opinion m« whether an
fcTentlon laprohablfpa-—-'-'"
tlonsRtrlctlf ennuileiitl
- olilest aaeni
_.  taken tnrouaL	
lix.l__liw.lct. without olaree, In th«
•Sit tree. CfldoK agency fori
Patent! taken through Munn
Scientific Jlmericatu
A hMidBomiily Ulufltratf-d weekly. Largest cir-
Station of any eciontiiio journal,   'i'erma for
nulla, *s.io a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
■!} newsdealer*.
Branch Offlci, fa S1 BU Waibington, D. 0.


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