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Sun.
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Ninth Year—No. 38.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday, July 23, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
FRUIT GROWING
Professors Thornber and Me-
landar Address Ranchers
ofthe Valley
to Robert Lindholm. llobinson &
Lequime'B lumber camp has also
been burned. A number of bridges
nnd culverts have been destroyed,
and the wagon road north ot Lynch
creek is reported to be impassable on
account of fallen trees.
There was a large attendance of
members and citizens at the meeting of the Kettle Valley Farmers'
institute in the city hall on Monday
evening, when Professors Thornber
and Melander, of the Washington
State College at Pullman, delivered
lectures. The speakers were introduce! by C. Scott Galloway, president of the inftitute.
Prof. A. L. Melander, entomologist
at Pullman, spoke on "Insect Pests
and Their treatment." His lecture
was illustrated with a large number
of stereoptieon slides of the various
insect pests that infest orchards.
The best method of spraying orchards was also illustrated by the same
agency. His concluding remarks
were devoted to the spread of disease by the common housefly, mosquito and rats. Tbe housefly was a
great menace to public health, as
it roamed from barnyards and out-
, houses to the sugar-bowl on the dining-room table. It waB a prolific
disseminator of such diseases as
typhoid fever, tuberculosis and dysentery. A great deal of sickness
was caused by thiB pest, and one
death out of every ten was due to it.
ln houses infested by flies everything edible should be kept under
cover. Flies could be got rid of by
applying proper sanitary laws to
their breeding places—mainly stable
ref use, decayed vegetable matter aud
outhouses. The spread of malaria
and yellow fever was mainly caused
by niosquitos, while contagious diseases of the type of the Asiatic
plague were often disseminated by
rats.
Prof. Thornber delivered an interesting and instructive lecture on
"Commercial Fruit Growing." His
address was also illustrated with
lantern slides. The subject of the
conservation of moisture was treated
exhaustively. A three-inch clot
mulch, the largest clots being about
the size of a hen's egg, was reeom
mended as best.
For the production of fruit buds
he recommended pruning during the
first week in August. For wood
growth winter pruning was best.
The Northern Spy and Spitzenburg
trees should be pruned in summer,
but for treesof an early variety winter pruning was preferable.
The Clark Sr. cultivator was, he
said, in his opinion one of the best
orchard tools on the market today,
as it permitted of cultivation under
the trees.
Wheat, rye, Canada peas and
Harry Vitch were recommended for
cover crops, and the Lambert cherry
for wind breaks.
On motion of Martin Hurrell, M,
P., and A. D. Morrison, a hearty
vote of thanks was tendered Professors Thornber and Melander.
On Tuesday forenoon a practical
demonstration was held at .1. T.
Lawrence's ranch.
Stewart Gold
All is not gold that glitters, even
though it glitters at Stewart, and by
this time the Portland Canal Miner
ought to be heartily ashamed of itself for having so grossly exaggerated
the character and value of the reef
recently discovered in that country.
Now that the Dominion government
has declared that it is simply "a
pyrihotite vein in slate with Borne
gold showing at the surface only,"
no condemnation cm be too loud
for the statement that there was a
gold reef running for twenty mileB
through the country, free milling,
and standing out like a "white"
bluff. The London press, which
has not a little to do in influencing
British investments abroad, will be
apt to regard it as a very "black"
bluff. It is to be hoped that the
camp will not permanently suffer
from such ill-advised boosting.
Meanwhile the Colonist quotes tbe
exaggerated reports which have appeared in the London papers, and
blames them for not making "local
enquiries" before publishing them.
Is the Colonist aware tbat these reports emanated from the local paper
—the Portland Canal Miner—and
from the office of a well known Victoria correspondent? Is not this
"local" enough?—Victoria Week.
IHE cram
Financial   Statement   for
Past Six Months Submitted to the Board
D.eath of a Pioneer
On Friday, July 22, George Stark,
who had reached the ripe age of 86
years, passed quietly away at his
home on Winnipeg avenue in this
city. Deceased was one of the first
settlers in Grand Forks, having resided here continuously for over
twelve years. He was a native of
New York state. He is survived by
an aged wife and three daughters—
Mrs. Fred Steers, of Wallace, Ida.,
Mrs. Alnistrom Armstrong, of Phoenix, and Mrs. R. J. Gardner, of this
city. The people of the community
extend their sympathies to the bereaved family. The funeral will be
held on Sunday afternoon, interment taking place at the city cemetery.
Road Opened
Mark Kay was in the city this
week. He reports having cleared
the old wagon road between the
Phoenix road and the City of Paris
and Lone Pine mines, and autoists,
if they so desire, can now visit these
properties with their machines.
New Auto
B. Lequime, ths lumber merchant,
is the latest member to join the
ranks of the local autoists, his machine arriving in the city today.
Directors' Meeting
The directors of tiie Grand Forks
Agricultural association will meet in
the city hall on Monday evening,
July 25th.
make the needed repairs tfl sidewalks and the Winnipeg avenue
bridge.
The trade license bylaw  was   reconsidered and finally passed.
MYSTERIOUS FIRE
MINING RECORDS
Wood Burned
The forest fire at Lynch creek this
week destroyed about $600 worth of
■eordwood and cedar poles belonging
J. tt. McDonnell left on Wednesday for a vacation trip through the
Similkameen country.
Rev. H, W. Wright returned on
Tuesday from the Baptist convention at Vancouver.
Mayor Clark and Aid. Follick,
Manly and Rutherford were present
at the council meeting on Tuesday
evening.
The board of works was authorized
to construct a concrete sidewalk in
front of D. Whiteside's residence on
Winnipeg avenue, charging two-
thirds of the cost against tbe property.
The medical health officer's report for the past six months waB
laid on the table until the next
meeting, some of the niembeis considering it incomplete.
A petition from tbe residents on
Winnipeg avenue, between Cambridge and Observation streets, for a
new sidewalk, was refused, as there
are no available funds for this purpose at present.
James Bruno was granted a permit to erect a two-Btory concrete
residence on Winnipeg avenue, near
the Presbyterian church.
The auditor's statement for the
past six months showed that the receipts had been $19,985.42 and tbe
expenditures #22,145.5(5.
The following accounts were ordered paid:
Kettle River Lumber Co 8408.92
South Kootenay Power Co .. :iil0.50
Canadian Westinghouse Co.. 169.22
Northwest Electric Co  119.31
City treasurer   106.20
Win. Bonthron  94.95
iS. A. Jordan  60.00
S. Baker   61.00
Dominion Guarantee Co  37.50
McNeil & Heuniger  31.50
Crane Co  20.25
B. C. Telephone Co  13.55
Gazette  13.25
Frache Bros  7.00
G. F. Transfer  4.75
J. H. Reid  3.00
B.O'Donnell   300
James Taylor  2.10
T. A. Mclntyre   1.86
S. Carruthers  1.00
The account of Thos. Wright for
$51.25 for bricklaying on the new
city stable, was referred back to Mr.
Wright, the council considering the
charge excessive.
In W. K. C. Manly's account of
$44.15 there was an item of j5'3 for
two hauliers. The finance committee wished to know who hud authority to purchase these. It transpired thut M. Quinlivan had done
so, and had given them to Mr. Ber
tois with the city team. On motion
of Aid. Follick and Rutheford, the
account wus ordered paid the 8:1 to
be charged to Mr. Quinlivan, lu
future city employees must procure
a requisition from the oity clerk for
all supplies purchased.
The reports of the chairmen of the
various committees were not of un
important nature.
The city clerk was instructed to
advertise in thc Macleod and Lethbridge papers for a team ot horses
suitable for the fire department.
Aid. Follick asked that a list of
all owners whose cattle or horses
were impounded be kept, so that
those who were guilty "of violiting
the law more than once could be
prosecuted.
The board of works wus instructed to purchase sufficient lumber  to
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from July
14 to July 21, inclusive.
RECORDS OF LOCATIONS
Skyline, Burnt Basin, relocation
of Alpine, Geo. A. Jackson; Bruce
fraction, Taylor creek, relocation of
Maple fraction, Alice Libby; Silver
Cup, Burnt Basin, R. Cooper; Mac,
near Christina lake, J. A. McCallum; Mike, Christina lake, T. B.
Cosgrove; Albert, Summit camp, relocation of Moirin, J. A. McMaster;
Black Bear, Summit camp, Philip
Bolduc; Ethel, McRae creek, relocation of Ethel, R. McRae; Gordon,
and Highland Mary, Wellington
camp, R. J. Lennox.
CERTIFICATE OF WORK.
Highland Chief, Coryell.Catherine
Munro; Tiger, Summit camp, Jos.
Buron, Centre Eagle, ar.d Mabel H.,
Eagle mountain, Holm et al.; Golden A*e, Wellington camp, Holm et
al.; Molly Gibeon, Manchuria, Grey
Eagle, Irish Nellie, and Molly Gibson fraction, Burnt Basin, McNeeley
et al.; Evelenia fraction, Central
camp, survey, W. Fraser.
TRANTFEKS.
Gracie, West of Paulson, I. R.
Poole to R. McRae and E. A. Wiseman.
CERTIFICATES OK IMPROVEMENT
Athelstan fraction, Jackpot, and
Molly Pritchard, Wellington camp,
the British Columbia Copper company.
Irrigation  Pumping Plant
for Two Ranches Destroyed Last Night
The puming station near the
Great Northern bridge, which has
been operated to irrigate the Traunweiser and Campbell orchards, was
destroyed by fire on Friday night.
The loss is estimated at about $3000.
The origin of the fire is unknown,
but it is supposed to have been
started by tramps.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank all our friends
most heartily for the many kindnesses shown us during the late
illness and death of our husband and
futher.
Mrs. Geoohe Stark,
Mr. and Mus. R. J. Gardner.
Won Two; Lost One
The Grand Forks Cricket club returned today from the tournament
in Nelson. On Thursday Grand
Forks defeated the Proctor and
Fruitvule, and yesterday Nelson
won from Grand Forks liy a score of
156 to 129.
Bad Whiskey
Jim Turner, better known ns
"Missouri," who had been on n
protracted spree, wus arrested near
the Great Northern bridge on Tuesday morning on suspicion ol being
mentally unbalanced   It turned out
to be only u case of "snakes," however, and after being given an opportunity to sober up in the city
lock-up, he was released.
.1. A. Smith, B.A., ol Cascjtdo,
will supply the Knox Presbyterian
church pulpit tomorrow, at the
morning and evening services.
Rev. and Mrs. M. I>. McKee und
family lefl this week for a month's
vacation trip to Deer Park, Arrow
lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCallum will
leave on Tuesday next for a two
weeks' vacation trip to the coast
cities.
A Stringent Fire Law
Because he refused to leave a 83.50
a day job for a day to fight forest
fires when called upon by a deputy
state fire warden, Charles Simon, of'
North Bend, Wash., is serving ten
days in the county jail, being the
first man ever imprisoned for that
offence in the state of Washington.
The state law provides that upon an
emergency call from a deputy fire
warden, any citizen may be called
upon to help fight a dangerous fire.
The Washington Forest Fire association is more active this year than
ever before in its fight against destructive forest fires. Several small
fires have occurred already this season in western Washington, but the
association and its patrolmen and
the state officers are on the watch
for each small blaze, and hope to get
through the dry season without any
disastrous fires such as have each
year wiped out many thousands of
dollars worth of fine time. They are
warning farmers against burning
slashings at this season,and campers
against leaving any fires of an sort
behind them.
Game Regulations
In another month hunters throughout the province will be preparing
for an invasion of the game districts
of the country, for according to the
regulations issued by the government
the lirst legal day when the quest of
game may be undertaken is September 1st, when ducks, geese and snipe
may be shot on the mainland and
islands adjacent thereto, but on Van-'
couver island the season will not be
open until September 15.
Blue and willow grouse may lie
shot in Kootenay from September I
to December 31. Prairie chicken
may he shot throughout the province during October. Ducks nnd
geese between September I nnd February 28. Deer may be shoot between September 1 mid December 15.
BIRTHS
In Grand Furks, on Monday,July
is, tn Mr.  I Mrs. C. M. Kingston,
a son.
In Grand Forks, on Mondny,July
18, to Mr. und Mrs. II. W.   Mi ks,
a son.
In Grand Porks, on Tuesday,July
19, to Mr. and Mrs. A.   DeVisser, a
daughter.
DIED
un Monday, July 18, th,. little son
of Mr. und Mrs. A. Benson. The
funeral wus held on Tuesday.
By a majority of ^.i Republic
voted in fnvor of tin- present license
system on .Saturday last. JOHN   D. SPENCEpna
Nelson.
BARRISTER.
SOLICITOR. ETC
in   this  city, hns  returned
visit   with his parents in
Rev. James Calvert attended the
GREENWOOD. B.C|dlstrict financift|  mee(ing  of (he
———————— Methodist   church   in   Nelson last
week.
(Flip lEbfttttui i^utt
.1. W. Walker
on Monday Inst.
left for Vancouver
Published al Grand Forks, KrillshColiimhla.
Editor and Puhliahnr
A llll- of tills |.ii|ii-r nun l.o semi lit Mil' ufliei'
of Mew™. K. * .1. Iliii-.ly ,<.'n.. W.3I mul;.:!.
PlHet Street, B.O.. London. Ittifrlatid, fr,.i> of
pin,run, nnd tlmt flrm will lie glad to reaelve
siilis|.ri|.t)oiis mul ndvoitlsenients on onr be-
l.ulf.
BIJHHOKII'TIO* RAtSH I
One Yeat HM
One Veftr (In advance)    1.00
A.lvi-rtlsltn. ratei furrils'i i I on Mm
liettal iiotirRs, iu and .com, per line.
Vililri... nil oinnliiiiiiiiiiitlolia to
Thk Kvenino Sun,
Phone BU Qband Points, B.C.
SATURDAY,  JULY 23,   1910
Tne most ilespicnhle type of a
newspaper is the one which prides
itself on doing indiscriminate boosting. Its editor is either a fool or a
criminal;, If he boosts fake enterprises or mining propositions without
making proper enquiries as to the
genuineness of their clai-ns, but
simply takes the glowing descrip
lions made by the promoters for
granted as true, he is a fool; but if
he knows the claims of the concerns
to be false, and still persists in boosting in order to line his own pockets,
then he is a criminal, and should
be sent to prison along with the promoters. This kind of boosting is
nothing short of highway lobbery,
aud too much of it is being done
nowadays, especially in undeveloped
districts. The investor of moderate
means reads these erroneous articles,
and on the strength of the wild statements mnde, and the promise of a
rapid rise in the price of the stock,
the money that should go toward
the support of his family is often
lured from him. The conscienceless peddler of worthless shares does
not care where the money comes
from. The widow, the orphan, or
the wage earner may suffer for the
necessaries of life through his misrepresentations, supported by the
hair-brained or criminal booster,
but as long as his own belly is lined
capon their miseries do not affect
him. It sounds very pretty to say,
"If you can't boost, don't knock."
But when you analyze the phrase,
it does not assay very high in com;
inon sense. It has always been our
impression that it must have been
coined by some immature hungry
person desirous of raising the price
of a meal by doing a little hap-_
hazard boosting. If you are certain
that an enterprise is sound and
worthy of boosting, by all means
boost it; but if you are in doubt,
endeavor to ascertain the facts, and
tell the public the truth, because if
you don't some of your readers
may suffer by your silence.
Ben Norris returned to the city on
Saturday. He hns been working at
Princeton during the past three or
four months.
Percy McCallum, who hns heen
teaching in the New Westminster
public school during the past term,
is spending his vacation with his
parents in this eity.  '
Mrs. A. Mapper will not receive
again until the first Friday in Octoher. »
F. H Knight, of this city, intends
to npen a mining exchange oflice in
Portland, Ore., shortly.
METEOROLOGICAL
The following are the readings
allowing the minimum temperature for
eaeh day during the week ending
July 22," 1910:
MIS. TEM.
.Sum rday  4.'l
Sunday   48
Monday  l",
Tuesday  SO
Wednesday  47
Thursday  43
Friday   in
RAINFALL,
The record of the  rainfall  at   this
since the installation of the gover
ment  rain   gauge   on Cooper   Bros
ranch is:
 INOIIKS"	
Itainfall. Snowfall
    US
A Dollar  Goes a
Long Way
when you buy" your supplies at our  market;    we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beer, mutton, lamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
business   honestly    upon
and give the best you can get anywhere.    Our  meats
'"■'are tender and delicious—our poultry, fat, fresh and
' tender, and our hams and bacon fit tor a king at
September	
October    1.17
November  1.40
December 02
January 20
February 01
March..'. !),ri
April      ,29
May .' 1.21
June   1.45
2.7
8.95
6.25
11.00
.80
Wm. Spier, inspector of western
brunches of the Eastern Townships
hunk, left on Tuesday for the coist,
after having inspected the branch
offices in th s district.
Dr. Dickson, of  Phoenix,  wns a
visitor in the city on Wednesday.
Bear are protected   in this   prov
ince from July 15 to September 1.
Some business men are so fond of
being deceived that they even endeavor to believe that they can reach
the consumers of this district without advertising in The Sun.
Mining Stock Quotations
New Yoiik, July 22.—The follow,
ing are today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.       Bid
GranbyConsolidated.    80.00    30.00
B. C. Copper       6.00     4.50
Metal Quotations
New York, July 22—Silver, 53J
standard copper,$11.75@12.10, dull"
London, July 22.—Silver,24 11-16;
ead, _£12 lis 3d.
STOMACH AGONY
Abolish the Cause.and Misery
and Distress of Indigestion Will Vanish
Can indigestion be cured? Hundreds of thousands of people who suffer from belching of gas, biliousness,
sour stomach, fullness, nausea, shortness of breath, bad taste in mouth,
foul breath, nervousness and other
distressing symptoms,aie osking themselves that question daily.
And if these same doubting dys
peptics could only read thousands of
sincere letters from people who once
sufl'ered as badly as they do now, but
who have been quickly and permanently cured by the use of Mi-o-na,
the mighty dyspepsia remedy that
It is now too warm to do more cures hy removing the cause, they
work than is absolutely necessary.] would go to Woodland k Co.'s this
In a few months it will be too cold J very day and get a large box of Mio-
to work at all. This may be a pes-, "a tablets, and start themselves on the
simistic sentiment, hut it is true.      I right road to health at onco.
= The price of Mio-ua tablets is only
NEWS OF  THE  CITY       I BO cents, and W„„dland   JT Co. guar-
autoes   them   to   cure indigestion or
At   the   meeting   of   the  school   money back.
BlCVCUffi and Kecair Woiik—A
complete line of 1910 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent, Geo. W. Coopeii, Winnipeg
Avenue.
Don't forget that The Sun nas the
best job printing depnrrment in the
Boundary country.
fe !)%-:-M
wwm
P. BURNS C& CO., LTD
Snap it qfuicfe
Why"  not get   a
permanent picture
of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
have: a camera
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line
COST IS SMALL.
6c
i WOODLAND
PHNONE 13
CO„£-
DRUGGISTS ANO STATIONERS
Landlord's Lau^h ]
He has no more use for his
"To Let" sign.
He used our Classified Want
Ads. and found a good tenant.
jLflM-W.WMi.-ffiMIBBMmi')'.,
LOST
board last week, 11.   F.   Petrie   was      Thii
le
inn or scrawny people wil
awarded the contract  for supplying find in Mi-o-ua a maker of  flesh  and
tbe schools with soribbers, etc blood, because It causes the Btoinach
! to extract more nutritious matter from
An Italian named Francetti   was the food;which quiok|y flnrioliea g,
badly burned about the head   and |_l00d
neck   by   hot  slag at  the (iranby
smelter on Thursday.
Mr. and   Mrs. W.  T. Luscombe
and family left yesterday for a three
months'   vacation   trip   to eastern I B U(PM0U#CfP H!GH-0-M£)
Canada.         i CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
di      Lit. _   .,     ,,     ., I E'oncI"t". Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
Blanchard Johnson, of the .South | money back.   Sold and guaranty bv
Kootenay   Bower   company's sub- Woodland & Co.
AIREDALE Terrier Hitch.   Return to J. W.
Holmes ami he rewarded.   Any  one de-
tainhiir thin dog will tie prosecuted.
WORK  WANTED
NEEDLEWORK wanted to do at home.  Call
on Mrs. Wm. Keron, Second itruet.
PASTURAGE
GOOD PASTUKAUK for rattle rloseto city:
safe fence; iiliuiiilace ul Feed,   lor terms
apply lu John Hummer, l-'unith of July creek.
SITUATIONS   WANTED
WANTED—Situation an janitor or liurtend-
er.   Address W. J.. Oe11er.1l Delivery,
Grand Eurks, II. C.
FOR   RENT
rURNISHED ROOMS-Apply Mrs. E. Craw-
fjrd.
ADVERTISING SPACE in The Sun.the most
widely read newspup.-r in the Kettle Vulley.
FOR   SALE
TYPBW'RITER-Ollver;   new.
I    office.
Apply Sun
BUSINESS-,!. Heron wishes to sell his Inter-
eft in the furniture and liurdwit e business of Heron it Miller, of this city. Pull
particulars ran be obtained from him personally, or hy addresslull P. O llox lltll.Graml
Forks, B. C.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Estate of Wassil Kiszkoin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the late
Wassil Kiszkoin, who died on the
16th day of February, 1910, at Grand
Forks, B.C., are requested to send by
post, prepaid, or deliver to the un
dersigned, solicitors for the above estate, their names anrl addresses and
full particulars in writing of their
claims and statement of their accounts
and the nature of securities (if any)
held bv tliem.
And take notice, that after the 1st
day of July, 1910, the executors will
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which they ..shall have had
notice.
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D.
1910.
Eckstein- k McTaooaut,
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B..C.
Solicitors for Executors
GEO. W. COOPER
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
First-class work in every branch
of the business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let uh submit estimates on work.
BICYCLES
of wheels.
of all kind;
Winnipeg    Avenue
A full line of high-
grade 111 10 models
Sundries and repairs
J. B. HENDERSON
Builder^' Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Bargains
City and Suburban
Property
THRKK   BOTTLES  cold   Nelson   Heer
I    Lion Bnttlliijr Works.
r.ih-.
BAKN ANnimUSK-The Forrester luirn, 2
lots uml house, in Columbia.   Apply J. II.
I'Intil, Box ll).
I AHGK BOTTLK Pert Wlne7.c.   LIqI) Hot-
L   tlintr Work*.
LAND -Kill aeres irood timothy   Intnl.
litis office.
Apply
88 ACKKS adjoining
•■Ity limits oit   ninth;
II   acres  ele.ired; ]'ill
fruit ir«os; new four-
room   I.niiM';   hum   fir six    hottest   hortr,
bonify, douhle harness ami rnrmliiK Implement*.   All forlBiOO.   Blliy terms
-POUR-ROOM KOUSK
ttml three Ms within
one block of iHiHhiftfs
„ centre)  lawn, ihane
trees, fruit Tee*,berry hush.-, lanre garden,
u ill also sell furniture of house if desired,
Orio-llHlf cash, Im! i.icc Irl ins.
S»PACE
>   Sun
V. fur advertising   purpun s   in The
$3200
room   houso:  hum   f
buutf)'. double huriles
ment*.   AllforitttOO.
$2000
trees, fruit trees, berr
*\ 111 also s_'N fili'iiltn
One-half cash, balunc
5 ACRES
V.j miles from town:
i-i'ooni honiOi platt*
iti'iI; lafL"- LHiffffyihen,
woodshed;   150    fruit
Hi. 1 •___■!■ . in. t ,_._.   1,    .       .       . ...i   trfips,  70   hoiiriiiif; t]->   acres   m! raw burr ion,
OUSEANpLOT-OnaordeiiBtreet, Orand  gooieberriei, eurraliU raspberries Doe f>«m
Korlti, h-room houM. with tp0«fpol lot.   \rQ%u tie beitlooatlniiaround Grand Iforlcr
..    1,   " vv— ,.   ,    r      ii   Td __. V    iron  tii** uuit io_;iiii"ii wound uraii'i   rm
Jermeeaiy   Geo. G.AIoLareii, Real Batata  p|ot}ty ()f g0oi\ WBteri fruit .md crop
oftent, Box n.»4, Nelion, B. u. eluded
In-
SPECIAL OLD POBT *1 per ffalloiu   Lion !
. Bottling Works,
CERTIFCATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
Between S Itml 4 acres
in West end of oity;
lirst Huss Holt, all nn-
., iler cul ivatlon; Hinall
1 house, woodshed and outbuildings; well and
1 pump; (food fence.  This Is a sacrifice, uti own*
; er Is about tn leu ve eity.   Terms.
NOTICE
Hoc Air, Lone Pine and Lookout Mineral
Ciiiims. situate hi thu Orand Forks Mining
Division of Yale District.
Where locuted:   Iu McKinley eamp,
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Fred  W. Held, I're
I    miners' Certificate No. XWili
$1500
house, woodshed and
pump; (food fence. Tl
er Is about to leave oit
$15,000
OFHCBANDRBSIDBNCB:
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties Internum, lo build «l.l ,lo wull Hi con
null mi'.
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License
NOTICE is hereby given that I
will at the next regular meeting
of the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Grand Fork-
make application for the transfer of
the retail retail liquor license held bv
me in respect of the Colin Hotel, iii
the said City of Grand Forks, from
myself tu Charles E. Peterson and
Gus Eastman.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., May
3rd, 11)10.
p. i). McDonald.
'I'ii the License Commissioners for the
City nf Crunk Forks.
WeWonder
To all my friends and patrons I
extend the felicitations of the
season. All opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untiiinmeil Hits
will he given April 12 and 13.
A cordial imitation to all.
cTWrs. Ida Barnum
and as agent for •). W, look, Ktee Miner
it'i-iifi-ute So. mmm), and A.I, U'hite..i.I..,
Pree Miners' Certificate No. B1MW56, intend,
sixty da<a from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvement, for tbe purpose of obtaining;
Ciou n Urantsof the above claims.
And further take notioe that action, under
section 87, must be comnienceii before the
Issuance of such Certificates of Improvement.
Dated thin 28rd day of July, A 1) i'.'io.
FRliDKRICK W. REID,
-$8000 dash, bab ,
ancc leniiH- One
Ol best hotels in
th_:	
Ire of Grand Fotkat now doing a pro)
business;   owner desires  to remove
for myself  coast,  This Is the best bargain in th
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
njitiihi,.   ■ - Hrtriot, District of Sit.....i,!i,nT-ii.
to   the TAKh NOTICB tliat ffalterOury, of bran-
is part    '   dun, Miiii„;oceii|iatiou Par r, intends tg
ii hotel apply for permission to purohase the follow*
ipplV
n.cdi
of the province, us there ore hilt  „. ,   ,
liuenses'lutheOrapd Forks, i ity Is growing  ing desorlbed lauds:
rapidly.   No other town in southern  Hritish      CommeilolhU nt    a   post   planted   oo   the
Columbia has as bright future prospects. south houndnry or Lot MIS, una about ten
chains north ol the N.W, comer of bot "47 on
For further information  re ?hfn_._,1SI!_i,0J_f_?_!_ii,f!ffi S,'?.t..,S _.__*!"''
...      i . tnenoosoutn 4u euainsi thenoe east 80 ohains;
carditis the above propertied thenee north w'ohalnst iheuoeeast SOohaiusi
call or address .     , S'Si't? """''    '""'"" '" "°"" ",0"""m	
WAI.Ti;l!liKKV,A|,i.|ii„iit.
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CHUKCH SERVICES
Holy Trinity Church, Henrv Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holv communion, S:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
Sermon, 7l30 p.m.; Sunday sohool, •'!
p.m. First .Sunday of the mniitli
holy communion will he celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Week-day and special services
as they urn announced from time to
time You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would ho
pleased to met vou.
Knox Presbyterian Chuiich—
Sabbath services ut 11 a.m. and 7:.'10p.
m.; .Sabbath school anil Bible class at
9:48 a.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Rev, M. D. McKee, pus
tor.
Methodist Ciiuhoii, Rev. .Schliebter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 9:13 n.in. Tne
Epworth league of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Church, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Bible
class and Sunday school  at _!:30 p.m.
Show cards for widnows and inside
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Print them plainly, to be read at a
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A new lot of latest designs of pro
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Dredire for !Srltf*ii Columbia," will be received at this uftloe until 4.00 P.M., on
Wednesday, July 20, 1010, fortlie construction
nf u Steel How-Well Twin Screw Hunie Loiid-
hig Preiljre.
Finns, spec?Mention and form nf contract
e&U lie Been and forms of tender oMttniud ut
this Department, nt tbe oflloes "f J. L.
Midland. Esq:, District KtlRlneer, Men-lmrit*.
Hank Building, 8t .bum's Street, Montreal; J.
i) Sine, Rsq., District ti inducer, Confederation Life Building, Toronto, (Int., audi, A.
Keefer, Esq., District KiiKineer, New Westminster, B.C.
Persons tendering, are notified that tender*
will rn-t be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, and signed with their
actual siffnntures, slating their occupations
and places of residence.    In the case ol linns,
ihe aot ual signature, thc nature ol the occupation and placo of residence of each member of
the linn must be (riven.
TeNDKKEHH MUST HFECIFY TIME OP DELIVERY OF DHEDOE AT VaNCOUVEK, B.C.,
FHEK OF ALL HIHKH AND CHAH.iEti.
Bach tender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque on a chartered bank,
payable to the order of tbe Honourable the
Mlniater of Public Works, for twenty-live
thousand dollars ($25,000,001 which will be
forfeited if the person, tendering decline to
enter into .. contract when willed upon to
do so,or full to eompletotheworkcoutracted
for. If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will he returned.
The Department does not hind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender
By order.
NAPOLEON TESTER.
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, May 81.1010.
Newspapers  will not be   paid for this advertisement if tbey Insert it without authority Irom the Department.
LAND   ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Ynle Lund District. District of Similkameen.
TAKE notice that I, Agness Ellen Paulson,
of Hossliiud, B. C, occupation Wife, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the foilowiiiftdescrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at thc
southwest corner of James Miller's pre-emption, Lot 1188 S., on Deep Creek: thence north
.00 chains: theuce west '2(1 chains; theuce south
20 chains; thence west 4(1 chains: thence
south 20 chains; thence east Ml chains to the
point of commencement
AONfiSS ELLEN PAULSON.
J. tt. Cranston, Agent.
Dated May pith, 1001.
LAND   ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Ynle Land District. District of Similkameen,
TAKE NOTICE that [.Thomas Henrv Paul-
I sou. of Paulson, B.C'.. occupation Merchant, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described hinds:
Commencing at a post 'planted about sixty
ohains northeast of the uorth west corner of
Miller's pre-emption.  Lot   1181 8„ on Deep
Creek: theuce cast -III chains, thence north
411 chains: tlieuce west BOohalna; thenoe north
8(1   chains;   theuce   west   4(1 eliains;    thence
south 80 chains; thence east 20 chains; theuce
south 40 chains to point of   eommeucmiient.
THOMAS HENRY PAULSON,
J. K. Cranston, Agent.
Dated May 17th, 1910.
|Downey's Cigar Store
a comci.kik Stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A KitsI ulg nt ..I
Confectionery"
Received Weekly.
iPostoffice   Building
LAND ACT
FORM   OF   NOTICE
Vale Liiml District, District of Similkameen,
rAKE noticcthat Stun C. Jones, of Coleman,
Alta..   occiipmioti Miner, intends to ap-
■ Iv for permission to purchase 'lie following
-libed lands:
.mmeiiciik' al a post   plunted   about   SO
lliains  eust  ot the southeast  coiner of Lot
ll US, on Deep Creek, and ou the south sitlo of
lhe   West Kootenav   l'ower   Jt   Light Com-
Imny's light of way: thence   west uiong the
. K.P. A L. Co.'s right  of way On chains:
nco south80chains: thcucu eusl 60 chains:
ce north an chains to the  point ol' com-
i. euienl.
STAN 0. JONES, Applicant.
J. lt.< i.i.i-ton, HlsAKciit.
_■,..■   this 10th day of April. 1910.
EUROPEAN AGENCY
INDENTS    promptly   executed   at
lowest cash prices for nil kiiuls of
British  and  Continental  goods,
including
Rooks and .Stationery,
Hoots, Shoes and Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,
China, Earthenware and Glassware,
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
Drapery, Millinery and Piece (Ioods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Furniture anil Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
linitat'on   Jewellery   and   Precious
Stones,
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic and Optical Omuls,
Provisions and Oilmen's Stones,
etc., etc.
Commission -.' in o
Teiiili- Discounts allowed.
Special Quotations mi Demand,
Sample Cases from £'M upwards,
Consignments nf Produce mild mi Ae.
count,
WILLIAM WILSON & SONS
(Established 1811),
25, Alichurch Lane, London, K.C.
Cable Address: "Axni'aiiik, London."
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our renders than through Tin:
Su.v's  advertising columns.
^^v'TI1'
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Hotel C°lin
--"Mr-
'Tu
<--r"i i»t" " ^s m'TiWH-'vLa
Opposite Great Northern Station
Recently completed and
newly furnished throughout. Conveniently located
for railway men. Kirst-
class accommodations for
transients. Ho unl a n d
rooms hy the week at pre*
vailing rates.   Pine line of
Wines, Lutuorsand Cigars
always in stock at the Bar,
1    Grand Forks, B. C.
CERTIFICATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS
.Im
Kork,
Whore I
NOTICE
..Mineral   Claim, iltiwto In the Grand
Mlnliii! Dlvlntoil of Yule fli«trlis.
T. ,...v}:'."'.'}} ",i:   J" Brown's Camp.
AKK   Mil UU thai |   A||„.rt E savairp, Free
Mliiera Crrllflratc No. IIMI'JIl. intctltl. nlxly
ila.vK from date hereof, to imply lo the kilning
ReoerilerloriiOeitlilratoof Improvement*, for
rnepitrpnrc of obtaining crown grant* of the
noovu claim
nml further take notioe that action, under
I'l'iii.n .... inuM !„> I'ommonued before the issuance of sUoh Certificate of Improvements.
Hated ul Grand Forks. H.C, il.is in,   day ol
■lum!. A. U. Will '
ALBERT E. SAVAtlE.
IN THE COUNTY COURT HOLDEN AT
GRAND FORKS
Once there lived u woman win, admitted tlmt her husband wus too good
for her—but she's been dead several
centuries.
There's but one side to a question
when a man and woman argue—ami
the woman always has a strangle hold
on it.
Some statesmen are so big that a
party's liabilities become too heavy
if they are not counted as it's best
assets.
Every year, more and more people
pursue a literary career, and every
year fewer and fewer catch up with it.
Steer the average man up against a
soda fountain and he'll complain that
he isn't being Ueated right.
A woman will envy another woman's
homely feature if she hears often
enough that it is pretty.
> A man thinks he's a devil of a fellow to have a prizefighter pointed out
to him in a street cur.
A little culd nerve will get a man
a bigger reputation for ability than a
head full of brains.
A woman spends her money for
what she wants; a man for what he
thinks he wants.
If judges were mind readers a lot
more lawyers would be fined for contempt of court.
A girl is awful smart to be cross
with a man so as to make him think
he is the one.
You ean always tell by the way a
woman smiles that wliat you think it
means isn't it.
A thought one cannot express without profanity would be just as well
unexpressed.
The good investment is for the fellow who lets you have it for some of
your money.
When a man is told of his fine fig
ure he lets himself out; a wuiuan hokls
herself in.
There is something wrong with the
woman who pricies herself on her hick
of pride.
Men wouldn't care so much for
even baseball if it were a family
affair.
A man may lose on thc best hand
by not playing Ins potter face just
right.
If a man won't listen to reason it's
a sign that he he doesn't agree with
you.
When a man hasn't any reputation
left he can afford to run tor olliee.
The way a man cuts down Ins llowcr
bills tor a girl is by marrying her.
Most women talk politics cut bias
and trimmed lo sun themselves.
Any excuse would be all right if
you could make people believe it.
Never judge a man's importance by
the self-conceit he has on tap.
A deaf innn doesn't mind being
shaved by a gurruluns barber.
Little conscience1 money conies from
overlooked street car fares. Prints more live boundary new
More than half your suspicions have I^V   other  paper   published   in   -I
no foundation whatever. f'!M„,, """" ,   !!■   i8""""
{only .M.I)b per yeur -one-half iln' uost
Would  a   towel   trust  be  able to 0f its npetitors.    Tin: Si \- is never
wipe out all competition. on  the  fence regarding questions of
Some girls are known by  the coin-! I'"1''"'   interest,      Tin;   Sin
pany they refuse to keep.
.  IN   PROBATE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on the 23rd day of May,
1910, it was ordered by His
Honor Judge Brown that A. C. Sutton, Public Administrator, be administrator of all and singular the estate
of Patrick Moran, late of Deep Creek,
B.C., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to snid estate is required
to make payment forthwith to the undersigned, and every person having in
possession effects belonging to said estate is required forthwith to deliver
same over to the undersigned.
Every creditor oi other person having any claim upon or interest in the
distribution of the estate of deceased
is required before the 1st day of July,
1910, to send by registered letter, addressed to the undersigned, his name
and address and full particulars of his
claim or interest, and a statement of
his account, verified by Statutory
Declaration, and the nature o^the security (if any) held by him.
After the said 1st day of July the
administrator will proceed with the
administration of the estate, having
regard to those claims only of which
be shall then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., the
26th May, 1910.
A. C. SUTTON,
Official Administrator,
Grand Forks, B.C.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
ANT available Dominion  Lands within tho
I*  Railway Holt of llritish Columbia may ho
liomosteadoil liy liny person who is the head
of a family, or any mule over eighteen years
nf a_rc, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 160 acres, more or less.
Bntrymuat he matte personally at the local
land olliee for tho district in whicli  the land
tl situate.
The homesteniler is required to perform
the conditions eonnc-ted therewith under
one of tiie followhif. plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of tiie land iu each year for three
years.
(2) If Ihe fatliertor mother, If the father is
leneasod), ofthe homesteader resides upon n
farm in trie vicinity of the land entered for.
the rotinirements as to residence may be satisfied hy such person residing with tho futher
_>r mother.
(8) If the settler has his permanent resi-
lenoe Upon farming lnnd owned by him in
thc vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may he satisfied by
residence upon the said land .
Six months' notice in writing should be
given tile Commissioner of Dominion l.iinit.
tit Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coal mining rights mav he leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an annua! rentnl of $1.00 per aore. Mot more than
2,56(1 aores shnll be leased to one individual or
Company. A royalty tit the rate of five emits
per ton shall lie collected on the merchantable ooal mined,
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of tiie Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
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keep straight on
of
Some
wrong,
Hefor
action.
men
i at the bur-
going
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■ ■ii. UdlMa
iln.v itudontij hat a oomnlati
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irriiilf.: i_l\t s the font years' ronr-
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COLUMBIAN 1 ul.I.EllK.
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Little money, much Uoarish,
The Six is  read   hy  everybdy  bo
cause il prints all the Boundary news
Yiui miiilit ;is w.li (ry io reach
lhe orb of day by walking mi a sunbeam as 10 iilteinpt lo reach The .Sun
renders' l.y advertising in any other
medium. Aids Nature
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Geological Survey
The annual summary nf the #eo-
logical survey for the yeur 1909 liss
recently hecn issued, and i* now being
distributed. This government hlue-
Itlunk i.s of speeiul interest, since tiie
reports are not only of an unusually
varied ami practical character, Wut
some of the subjects dealt with are of
national importance,
On pages '2i'i, 27 nnd 2S is a brief
account by the director, 11. W, Brock,
nf h visit last summer to the mountain
und valley region nf the Kootenay-
Columbia divide. The suggested reservation by British Columbia of the
two valleys of Hamill and Toby
'•reeks, as a provincial park, is enthusiastically endorsed. After entering
Hamill creek, says the director, a
.somewhat steep  climb  of   2000   feet
$1500
160 ACRES IN FRANKLIN CAMP
2,500,00 feet nf commercial
timber on property; $500 hewn
log home; North Fork runs
through laud; Kettle Valley line
survey crosses property; deed
clear. S.S7D cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
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! brings one to the level of the pass,
«hich i.s low and easy, considering
the rugged nature of the mountains
through which it leads. Several al-
; pine glaciers lie close to the trail.
1 Some of the peaks exceed 10,000 feet
in elevation, and from their summits
is to be seen one of the finest and
most extensive panoramas in the Canadian Cordillera. The region "has
been made .somewhat famous by the
•present governor-general, Earl   Grey.
Anothei magnificent site for a park
exists up Duncan river, in the Lime-
dike country, about the head of Hall,
Haley, Caribou. Gainer and Porcupine creeks. Here the scenery is of
the peculiarly wild, airy type of the
famous Dolomities of the Tyrolean
Alps. Such parks, says the director,
would mean a great deal in the future
tourist travel in southern Kootenay,
which can soon be made one of the
big "industries" in the province; so
that iu addition to preserving in its
natural state the grandest of mountain scenery, and forming a game and
timber reserve, they would become
most valuable provincial assets.
The director gives an account of the
visit made, in company with Hon.
Win. Templeman, to various points on
the west coast, of British Columbia
and the Yukon.
His description of the Portland
Canal is timely on account of the mining boom which is this year centering
jn this district. The discussion of
the lode deposits of the Atl in and
Yukon is an interesting and instruc-
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
.Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B, C. Mine, .Summit	
Emma, Summit  ..
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Jackpot	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho,  Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, Summit Cnmp	
.Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King.Sumuiit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, Wesl Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, (ireenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden  Kugl'.' 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Cnmp	
K. P. I'. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark.:	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Republio,Boiindary Falls	
Qolden Eagle	
shipments of  Boundary mines
1007
1909
Prist Week
613,537
1,067,983
20,071
185,001
170,360
2,110
208,321
1 712
350,433
6,500
18,274
14,481
8,953
304
275
43,295
12,253
64,173
10,740
111, 270
3.802
31,258
530
five feature, particularly that in regard to the origin of the Yukon placers and the possibilities of gold
quart?.
He also gives a summary of the oil
pi'ospeets of the province of Alberta.
Queen Charlotte islands are receiving the attention of miners at present, and Mi'. McConnell's description
of the mineral occurrences on these
islands will prove helpful to those
whose attention is being directed to
their exploitation,
W. W. Leach reports the discovery
of promising silver-lead deposits in
the Hazelton district.
C. 11. Clapp reports on the geology
of the southern end of Vancouver
island.
Chas. Camsell furnishes a description of the Tulameen district, which
is remarkable for the variety of its
mineral deposits.
11. L Reinecke describes the Beaverdell district on the West Fork of
Kettle river. This district is expected
to witness important mining develop
ments on the advent of the projected
railway.
.Mr. Malloch describes the country
along the Grand Trunk Pacific between Tete-Jaune Cache and Fort
George.
O. K. LeRoy furnishes an important report on the well-known silver-
lead deposits of the .Slocan.
S ,1. Schofield reports upon the St.
Mary Kiver district,   Hast   Kootenay.
Too Many Berries
Editor BveninyJUieiu
Victoria, July 20. —The following
telegram was received this day at the
department of agriculture, Victoria,
from .1. ('. Metcalfe, fruit commissioner, Calgary;
"Raspberry shippers should avoid
shipping huge quantities to distributing points and where due to arrive
on Saturday. Berries are soft and in
light demand. Ship to local market
and canneries."
W.  E.   SOOTT,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture.
I he O'iver Typewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
iMeasr read the headllnelover again, Then its
tremendous altniflcanco will iawti upon vou
An Oliver Typewriter—the ntandarri visible
writi'P—ihe musi htgbtv pari led typewriter
un tin- market—youra fur 17<-imii<    day!
Thf typewriter whusecourtliest of Oiecom*
mercia] world Is a matter ol nistor>*—yours foi
17 cents a day!
The typewriter that Is equipped witlmooresof
iiiqn couvoniuncu m "tin- Btilauoe Shift"—
-Th.' Killing Device"-"The Double Release"—
•'Th.- Locomotive Btwe,,-''The Automatic
spacftf —"The Automatic Tabulator"—''The
— Disappearing! tidloa tor"
-"Tbe Adjustable Paper minors1'-"The n.-i-
•Ude,
-ail
HOTEL   PROVINCE
Bridge Street,
GRAND FORKS, 11. G
The bpwt! and most
substantial lire*proof
buildintrin thf Boundary country. Recently completed and
ii e W ly fiirnishpil
throimiiiiiit. Equipped with all modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally located. Kirst-clusB accommodations for the
ravelling publio.
Hot ami Gold Baths
Firm-Glass Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
in Connection.
WjL
EMIL   LARSEN,   PROP.
r
Printi n,
1
We are prepared to do atl kinds of
Commercia 1   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We bave the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
•10
649
!)0
120
160
10
7d0
21'
(10
390
L'lH
80
WE PRINT
Billheads :ind Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tugs, 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.
GOOD PRINTING
-the kind we do—i.s in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on vour order. We guarantee
satisfaction.
Total,-tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  li.'iT.ii^ii
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,598,715      _i'J,2U0
1,042,887
341,270
19,030
(i, So-I
40
Yours for  17
Gents a Day!
itreil   tbi»
new Hah's plan recoil tl)*, Juki to feel tbo pulse of
the people simply ii siiwill cash imvincfit -
thi'ii 17 cents a day. That is the plan tu a nutshell.
The result ims boon such _. deluge of applica<
limiH im machines that we aru simply as*
to led.
The demand oomes frnm people of alt classes,
all ages, all occupations,
Tha majority oi inquirios has eomo from pen
le of known ihmiH'b.i -t.uiiiiujt who wore at'
traeted by the novelty of the ptoppa* 'on, An
Impressive dfmotiHti'Ktlun of thi- immense pop-
nlarltyof the Oliver Typewriter
A startling confirmation of our belief that
lhe Era of Universal Typewriting id at, hand..
AJOuartcr  ol a Million People
are Malting Money with
1?e.
OLIVER
TVpeWrr&r
The Standard Visible Writer
•The Oliver Typewriter la » money-maker
il"., 'r»m",e"""l "mi!" SneMyto nm lhal
lieeluneri soon eel In Iho •'pxpert" duss. Kuril
us you iBurii. ut tiie mechlno ruy lhe 17 coin-
ii nny—and nil above tliat Is yours.
tt lierever you are, tlmre Is work lo lie do,,,,
and money to be made by iiilng the Oliver. Tba
business world is ealllnir for Oliver operators
JX'.iJnfi110' e"°U_th to supply the demand.
I loir salaries ure eouaiderablv above tliose ol
nuuiy.i'lnssesoJ workers.
An Oliver typewriter in Every Home!
That Is tlio buttle ory today,   We Huve made
tne paver supremo In usefulness and absolutely
iiiilispiiisulile Iu business.   Now comes thu eon'.
quest of the home,
The simplicity and strength of tbe Oliver tit It
,, ""!ly.,"w;  " lsl" »« «" Important
,.„',";''' '""'!.' fining of yoilllB people.
A i educator ns well as ii money maker
,i,.„ . "!? T""*l?1"" I""" "i'' OH"" on the
threahpld of every home in Ameriea. win von
oinra Ilie iliionu your home or olliee on this remarkable Oliver offer? ' "
Write for further details of our easy oiler and
a freeenpy uf the new Oliveroatalog. Address
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
CHICAGO, ILL.
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply ofj
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drink.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Name op COMPANY,
BOUNDARY   DIVIDKNDS.
Authorized r"8HABB8—
t'apitul.    Issued. Par
Total Treated
1,183,017     1,384,107
25,88-i
isamf. or COMPANY.               I apital. Issued, l'ur.
[GranbyConsolidated—Copper',..*15.(J00,000, 18..,(toti $100 fl,
i Curil  MeKimii'v   Hold      1,810,000 1,260,000     *l   ...
Providence-Silver      800000 ill ooo    *5
Con. Copper -Cupper
_        81 IKK)
3.IKKI.IKKI    :e08.000
 ■ DIVIOBSOS ' 1
Puld    Total to    Latest      Per
llKKi.       Date.       Date.   Shure
1,620,000 (2,108,610 Dec. IMS J3.IKI
5111,83. Feb. 1004     .00
Ja.lHX)       :H,_21 Sept. 1906
201,200 .Sept. 1007      .0
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North of Granby Hotel,
First Street.
DRAYING
Heavy nnd Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers anil Trunks to anil
from ull trains.
Telephone Alii!)
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutherford Bros,, Piiops.
OO YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mark*
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending . sketch and description may
quickly ascertain onr opinion freo wlictlier ao
Invention Is prohalilypatentapla Communlca.
tlonsslrlctlyconnOontl-iL l„,„_,..vw„ „... _,..,..
lent free. OMest aeoney for socerluffpatentB.
Patentii token through Munn 4T& raelm
fwclat-i.il.__, w Itiiout, char so, lu tb9
Scientific American.
Ahnndaonicly Illustrated weekly. Larm-.-it circulation of any sriunti.to journal,    ."
Oaaoda,S<t.78 it yeur,fostaRa prepaid,
ourtial.   Term* for
'    Sofd by
I^BflBroadway, Krm
• ' y et, WMhinBtoij, it.
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