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Seventh Year---No. 35.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. June 26, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Catholic Church Will Erect
One in This City to
Cost $15,000
Fourteen Acres of Land for
a Site Was Purchased
This Week
On Tuesday last Father Hartraan,
rector of the Roman Catholic church,
purchased for the church from P. T.
McCallum the 14-acre tract of land
in the West end known as the Hector Kelly place, the deal being negotiated by McCallum & McArdle.
The consideration has not been
made public, but it is understood to
have been quite reasonable in view
of the fact that the property is to be
used for church and hospital purposes. Mr. Hartman is also endeavoring to secure the triangular tract,
consisting of about three acres, lying
between the Keiley place and Winnipeg avenue, and owned jointly by
the townsite company and the Canadian Pacific Railway company.
The church will erect a public
hospital to cost $15,000 on this land.
Work on this building will be commenced this fall. The Catholic
ehureh will also be moved from its
present location to this properly.
The summer vacation for the
teachers and children of the public
and high schools will commence on
the last day of June and continue
till near the last of August. The
promotion examinations are being
held at present, and will continue
till the end of the term. The entrance examinations will be conducted on Friday, the 27th of Julj,
Monday and Tuesday, the 29th and
30th. The public examinations, to
which parents and guardians are invited, will take place at the public
sehool from 10 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, the ,80th inst.
M. R. Feeney, who sold his blacksmith shop in this city last week,
hns purchased the only shop in Colville, Wash., and left for that city
yesterday to take possession of his
property. He intends to move his
family to that place in a week or
so. The Feeney family are old-
timers of Grand Forks, and their departure from the city will be greatly
regretted hy their numerous friends.
The following are the scores made
by the ladies at the rifle ruiige lust
Saturday, out of a possible 75: Miss
Hay, 40; Miss Hall, 20; Mrs. Mc-
'Intyre, 32; Miss Bruce, 41; Mrs.
Clark, 48; Mrs. Woodland, 51; and
Miss Musgrove, who mude the highest score, 53. Saturday, June 27th,
will be tho last practice for the sen-
son, as several of the memhen* will
be away for the summer holidays.
The Phoenix Mining, Smelting &
Development company, recently incorporated, has elected tho following
directors: Julius Carson, N. J. Carson, A. F. Geddes, W. S. Long-
hurst and William Delahay. The
directors have chosen the following
officers: President, Julius Carson;
vice-president, A. F. Geddes; secre-_
tary, W. S. Longhurst; treasurer,"
Wm. Delahay.
Frank Taylor had an arm completely torn from his body last week
at the Mother. Thursday gangrene
Bet in in the lacerated musdes and
bones, but the doctors entertain
hopes of saving his life. As a consequence of the accident, the British
Columbia Copper company ha*started the erection of nn emergency or
first aid depot. A stock of simple
medicines will be kept on hand,
and in case of accidents the new
building will afford opportunities
for taking measures towards relieving the pain and sustaining the life
of the injured men until the arrival
of the doctors' and anibulence.
On Friday evening the two 700-
horsepower electric motors at the
compressor at the Granby mines in
Phoenix received a severe bolt of
lightning during nn electric storm
and were temporarily disabled, E.
Lane, of this city, and A. Hillier,
electrical engineer of the company,
succeeded in. repairing the damage
Clark's moving picture show will
return to the Grand Forks opera
house next Monday evening with an
entire change of program from last
week. The company has been playing in Rossland this week, and the
Miner of that city speaks very fluttering of the performances.
John Parone, anj Italian railway
leb irer employed by Stewart &
Welch in the Similkameen district,
died at Midwny on Wednesday
while en route to Spokane for treatment for pneumonia. The remains
were brought to this city for informed t,
Mrs. Darling, one of the first settlers in this district, who for years
conducted the Lancasnire hotel in
Midway, died in Spokone this week.
The remains possed through this
city on Tuesday for Midway, where
interment took place.
The Baptist Sunday school will
hold their annual picnic on Thursday, July 2nd, at Horseshoe Bend,
Wash. Trains will leave the Kettle
Valley line station at 7:30 in the
morning. Tickets for the round
trip, 20 cents.
The Grand Forks baseball club
played a good game of ball at Danville last Sunday afternoon, the score
being 8 to 4 in favor of the Grand
Forks boys. Quite a number of local enthusiasts went over to witness
the match.
McCallum & McArdle this week
sold an acre tract owned by Colin
Campbell and locuted just outside
the city limits, west of the 0 P. R.
station, to Mr. Moir, agent of the C.
P.R. in this city.
The local hive of the Ladies of the
Maccabees held decoration ceremonies at the cemetery Wednesday
evening. The members turned nut in
full force to honor their dead by
decorating their graves.
A large number of the members
of the new lodge of the gcandinavinn
Aid and Fellowship society in this
city went over to Rossland yesterday to assist tbe lodge in that city
to celebrate Midsummer day.
Roy Faulker's father was brought
to the city Wednesday morning suffering from a dislocated fracture of
the elbow. Dr. Newcombe attended
to his injuries.
A drove of 25 horses from the
American side for E. H. C. Rawlinson, for shipment to the north,
fniled to pass tbe required inspection, this week, and   were returned.
Dnn Schnoter is moving his
Boundary cigar factory from Biidge
street to the Sears block on Winnipeg avenue, next door to Tho Sun
The water has been pumped out
of the rink.and the building is being
put in first-class condition for the
appearance of the Kilties band.
Some of the Hindus have made
their appearance on our Btreets with
artificial-white vests and natural
sombre faces.   .
It is expected that the entire plant
of the Yale-Columbia Lumber company at Cascade will be in full
operation by the 1st of July.
The new Finnish hall in Phoenix,
which has just been completed at a
eost of {10,000, will be formally
opened next Monday.
Work at the Mines   and
Smelter Was Resumed
This Week
Will Empoly Over 300 Men
When  Running  at
Full Blast
Monday morning last sixteen men
were put to work at the Dominion
Copper company's smelter at Boundary Falls. On the same day the
whistle at tbe company's Brooklyn
mine in Phoenix camp blew for the
first time in many months, the engines having been steamed up on
the previous day, and a number of
men were put to work ut the Brooklyn and Rawhide mines, and on
Tuesday Superintendent Rundberg
commenced the general employment
of men. Six men also went to work
at the Sunset, aud by the end of
the present week thirty men will be
working at this property, which is
located in Deadwood camp, near the
Mother Lode mine. At tbis prop-
orty the mining is all from the glory
hole, and the smelter is getting its
ore from there this week. In addition they have on hand at the smelter several days' supply of ore, with
a full stock of supplies and coke, so
that there will be no difficulty in
running on exceedingly short time
for preparation. H. H. Melvi'le,vice-
president of tbe company, arrived
in the Boundary last Saturday from
New York, and stated officially that
operations at the mines would be resumed on Tuesday, and that as
there was a supply or both ore and
fuel at the smelter the furnaces
would be blown in Thursday. Upwards of 200 men will be employed
at the mines and another 100 at tbe
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office ut
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, fromJJune
i) to 24, inclusive:
Iota, Juditta, Maggie and Nunzi-
ella, McKinley camp, Morrell et al.;
Big Raymond, McKinley camp,
Bruno et id.; Jumbo and Sullix fraction, Summit camp, J. A. Trombley;
DeWitte, Pass creek, C. E. Anderson; Togo, I'ass creek, R. W. Yuill;
Maryland, Pass creek, Hebner et al.;
Maine fraction, Brown's camp, P. J.
Byrne; Clinton, Woodburn and
Woodburn fraction,, Wellington
camp, Julius Carson; Big Raymond,
McKinley camp, Bonnaeci et al.;
Yellow Girl and Golden Eagle,
Franklin camp, Murt Carroll; Summit (two years) and C.P.R. fraction,
Brown's camp, W. K. White; Monte
Cristo, Wellington camp, Peter J.
Davis; Arcade fraction and Cracker-
jack, Franklin camp, McPhee et al.;
Layover and May Queen, Hardy
mountain, Byrne etal.; May, Summit camp, I. J. Evans; Nellie.Egan-
ville and Athelstan, Franklin camp,
Reeves et al.
Galena fraction and Lucky Shot
fraction, Wellington camp, Julius
Carson; Zolo, relocation of Frunklin,
Franklin camp, John McLaren;
Deer, relocation of Centre Star, Burnt
Basin, Gusta Moller; Extension and
Lake Shore, Christina Lake, H. D.
Cameron; Index,relocation of Index,
(lloucester camp, C. A. Mix; Horse
Fly and Iron Horse, McCrae creek,
Frank Hofl; Fruitland, McCrae
creek, Vicena Tomich; Fairhank, relocation of Blue Boy,Knight's camp,
Henry Eyer; Bonanza fraction, relocation of Bonanza fraction, Knight's
camp, Robert Lindholm; Alexander,
relocation of Sultan, Pass creek,
Peter McLaughlin; Rose Tree, relocation of Sundown, Franklin camp,
Leo Mader; Drummer, relocation of
No. 11, Pass creek, Hugh McGillis;
Union fraction, Franklin cump, Victor Bellefontaine; Morning Star, relocation of Victoria, Pass creek,
Hugh McGillis; Leroy, relocation of
Hercules, Pass creek; Peter McLaughlin.
One-fourth   of   Ajux   and all of
Munster, in Franklin  camp, H. C.
Kerman,   sheriff,   to   Bernard Lequime.
Hoot Mon
The Kilties arejeoming to Grand
Forks, and will be at the Rink on
Saturday, July 4th. Reserved seats
$1.50,   general   admission    $1.00,
children half price. Plan now open
at Woodland's drug store. Arrangements are now being made for
a special excursion train from I'lioenix.
Mr. Wilfred A. Baker, of this
city, and Miss Mae Williams,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L.
Williams, were united in marriage
in Mason hall, Republic, lust Tuesday evening at '.) o'clock. An elaborate wedding dinner was served
after the ceremony, followed by u
dance. The groom is a promising
young business mini of this city, being a member of the linn of Lawson
& Baker, while the bride is an estimable young lady of Republic.
The happy couple left Wednesday
morning for a short wedding tour to
Spokane and other points in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Baker will be
at home to their friends in this eity
after Julv 15th.
I. R. Jacobs and Associates
Will Invest Millions in
Gold and Copper
Want Propositions That Will
Make Mines for Development
I. Robert Jacobs, n Montreal capitalist, who was a pioneer in Boundary and Rossland camps, and who
made a big cleanup in Cobalt, was
in Vancouver a few days since, on
his way north. Mr. Jacobs will
spend several months in thc Babble
and Telqua districts in examining
various mining propositions that
experts in the field for two seasons
huve submitted to a syndicate of
Canadian and New York capitalists.
Mr. Jacobs organized this syndicate!
whose members are enthusiastic
about the mining possibilities in the
northern interior.
"My associates it tei d to make
heavy investments in gold, copper
and silver properties in the Babine
and Telqua districts if they can secure what they require. I am going up there to have a look around
and see whether our engineers have
been romancing. If we secure what
we want we are prepared to expend
a million or two in development and
equipment work. MoiJl^sjfcrttoe
leust of our troubles. We want propositions that will make mines.
They are not found every day," said
Mr. Jacobs to a Vancouver repeater.
Mining Stock Quotations
New Yoiik, June 24.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stoek mentioned: ,
Asked.      Bid
Granby 100.00     95.00
Dominion Copper     1.87 J     1.75
B.C. Copper     5.00      4.75
Death of Mrs. LeBlanc
At tbe family residence in this
city on Sunday, June 21st, occurred
the death, after a short illness, of
Mary Ouillettc, wife of Mr. J. E.
LeBlanc, aged 44 years. Deceased
leaves a husband and a family of
of seven children, the youngest being 10 years of age, to mourn her
The funeral was held at 9:30
o'clock last Tuesday morning fiom
tho family residence, and it was
largely attended by relatives and
friends of tbe family of deceased.
The funeral service was conducted
by Rev. Father Hartman, of the
Roman Catholic church, and interment took placo in the city com c
Moving Picture Show
Next  Monday   night  the   Clark
! Moving Picture coinpiiiiy will return
| to thc Grand   Forks opera   house
, with an entire change   of  program.
j This company is in the great circuit
of picture   shows,   extending  from
Winnipeg to  Vancouver, and   they
receive the same service as thc circuit.    Mr.  Clark  has several  such
places, and   in  coming  to  Grand
Forks he is certainly doing the city
a favor.   As a light amusement the
company has no equal. By all newspaper reports, and also hy   the two
performances  here  this week, the
company   is  pronounced A No. 1,
Don't forget Monday next.
The Grand Forks lire department
has decided to send a hose team to
Nelson on July 1st. *    .
Born —In Grand Forks, on Thursday, June 18th, to Mr. and Mrs. E,
R. Shannon, a son. Good, Clean, Fresh
You can get
them ut the
Right Prices
at our store.
We are continually adding
now lines to our stoek of
Men's Furnishings
John Donaldson
Phone A30        Columbia Avenue
®1jp Burning 0mt
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FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1908
"■piIE legislation which was ad-
1 viinced by tne federal house
lust week justifies the claim made
that the Liberal party is the party
of reform. What wns accomplished
provides amnio evidence to demonstrate the capabilities of the government when the obstruction of the
opposition is not so strenuous. There
was obstruction, of course, all the
time; but the government plodded
on, and by answering nil questions
asked over and over again, and not
giving their opponents any chance
to create a grievance, estimates were
put through and a substantial supply bill was sent to the senate, and
assented to by bis excellency. The
most important act of the government wus to pass a supply bill of
over$80,000,000 for the publio sai-
vice. This bill also includes one-
eighth of the estimates not previously voted. The effect is that civil
servants throughout the Dominion
can now be paid their snlaries,wbicb
bave been considerably in arrears in'
consequence of Conservative obstruction. The additional one-eighth
will provide money in addition to
What has lieen voted in the bouse;
that is, that one-eighth of the remaining estimates are now available,
although the items have not been
jinssed by the house, so that the
government have provided for delay
arising out of possible obstruction to
the extent of one-eighth, in addition
to everything already voted.
them. He has, both ability and
application, and if be will only apply himself to cutting out one-half
of his speeches before he delivers
them, he will not only be a useful
but an influential member of parliament. He can talk sense, and talk
it in words that look well in print.
He has ideas that are not reactionary. Smith Curtis can win Kootenay against such Conservatives as
'Windy Willie' Macdonald and
'.Tim' Sohofieldj but were the Conservatives to nominate Fred .Starkey
of Nelson he would have his work
cut out for him."
IT must be apparent ta any one
who has given the matter consideration ut all, that time bas been
uselessly wasted in the Dominion
bouse by the obstructionists, and
that something must be done to
remedy the evil. What this something is must soon be determined,
for there should be no repetition of the experiences of the present session, The consequences reach
in overy direction, and show a weak
spot in the present system of representative government.
Monday, June 29
Moving Picture Go.
With an
Entire Change of Program from
Last Week
In   she  latest Life Motion Pictures
and Illustrated Songs.
Entire cqange of Specialties.   Instructive, Amusing,  Entertaining.   Soo
small bills for program.
c Admission:
'Adults 50c    Children 25c
Downey's Cigar Store
A ComI'I.ktic Stock Of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Received VVoekly.
A meeting of the members of the
Canadian Mining institute is culled
ta be held in Nelson tomorrow. A.
B. W. Hodges, of this city, local
mannger of the Granby Consolidated, who is president of the western
branch, will be present. The mcet-
irg has been called for the purpose
of making final arrangements for the
reception of the eastern members
of the Canadian Mining Institute
and tbeir English visitors on their
trip ta the coast this summer.
"Shorty" Herr has recovered [his
horse and rig, which went into the
Kettle river last week. They were
found stranded on the piling underneath the Great Northern trestle
near the city. The horse had somehow got his leg over one of the
shaffs and had drowned. The buggy
was taken out a little the worse for
the trip.
The Ladies' Aid of Knox Presbyterian church will hold an ice cream
social on the vacant lot on the corner, of Bridge and Second streets this
Dominion day in Grand Forks
promises lo be one of those quiet
days which you read about but
which are seldom encountered in
this city.
The only opportunity the citizens
nf Grnnd Forks will have of cele-
brating Dominion day this year will
l-e to attend the old-timers' picnic at
Newby lake.
The big compressor at the Mother
I.ode mine of the British Columbia
Copper coinpiiiiy started regular
work last Saturday morning.
D. D. Munro i Co.  have painted j
their new store front a 17th  of Ireland color.
It has at Inst become hot enough
for Ihe average citizen.    Even the
Mk-oiirinns do not have to be shown
where more hent would  be  advun- J
P. 1). McDonald expects to commence In do business in his new
Hotel Colin on the 1st of .July.
The iee cream social given by the
ladies of Holy Trinity churoh Saturday evening was well patronized uiul
prnvi d very successful
route   enst,   having  inspected'the
road as fur west as .Midway.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Eokstein and
family were visitors in the city yesterday, en route from Republic to
their home in l'ernie. Mr. Eckstein
was formerly n barrister in this city.
John Manly, one of the first settlers in Grand Forks, who in the
early dnys of the city's history liuilt
the Yale hotel, nrrived here yesterday from Cnlgary. Mr. Manly
was culled to the city by the serious
illness of his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. VV. Hodges
and their daughters, the Misses
Marion and Daisy, returned this
week from Spoknne, Mr. nnd Airs.
Hodges and Miss Marion having been
present at the graduationn of Miss
Daisy from Brunot Hall school in
that city.
S. S. Manly, of Grand Rapids,
Mich., is spending a few weeks in
the valley for the benefit of his
health, and is a guest ut the home
of his cousin, Joseph L. Manly.
Mr. Manly has been in the employ
of the Grand Trunk railway for tho
past seventeen years.
Fred Starkey, the well known Nelson commission merchant nnd politician, wns a visitor in the city last
Wednesday. Mr. S turkey's nnme is
being prominently mentioned in
connection with the Tory candidature for the Dominion house in
Kootenay district.
Jay P Graves, of Spokane, general manager of the Granby Consolidated, was in the city last Friday
on, a tour of inspection, jn company wilh Mi'. Hodges, loeal manager, nnd O. II. Smith,superintendent
of the mines, he made a trip over
the company's extensive properties
both in this city nnd at Phoenix.
Before closing your contract for
rending mntter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
    - •
Fish and Game in Season
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, June 24.—Silver, o.'ij
electrolytic copper, 12| @ 1 2 J.
London, June 24.—Lend, £12 13s.
9d; silver, 2-l-V.
For Snlo—Full-blooded Black
Minorica ea^s; 81.00 per setting. A
C. Urcn, Box 21)4, Grand Forks.
For Sale—20-aei'e ranch; all under
Ingh state -of cultivation; 200 fruit
trees; good house und burn; one mile
south of eity. For particulars cull at
The Sun olliee.
LOST—On Tuesday, between R. W.
Trotter's house nnd the green*
houses,a 1 it-jewel Waltham watch.
Return to this office and receive
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Bnsi-
ness lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun office. Enquire of Lew
NEST 169
Commencing im.t'in*-'
Jut, tlTnlC'lIl*
timlitia during thelmm-
mer season
meeting* *»f
thin order will be bold iwloo a month onlv. The
meetings will be otl the lirst mid third Friday
ni-'iiK of euch in-.iith.
J.E. GRAHAM, President.
J.C HARD, SeeretHry.
IK THK MATTER oi The Lund Registry Art
and lit the Matter of the Title to Lots 18, 14,
lfi nml Iti, Block 1; Lot U, Rlocfe 8: I-ot 11. Blook
B; Lots2. Bond I, Block 7:Lot 9, Blook 11; Lots
fi. 7, 8 nnd ... Block IJ Map 22, Van Ness Addition. Grand Porks Townsite.
whkiu-ah tho Certificate of Title.of Henry
White, being Certificate of Title No.
81711a to the above hereditaments, hat been lost
or destroyed, ami application has been made tu
nn' fur a duplicate thereof.
Nori'H is hereby given that n <lu pi lug tool
title to the above hereditaments will be issued
at the expiration of one month from the dateol
tho first piiiiHi'iition hereof, unless in the meantime vnl Id objection to the contrary is made tn
mo III writing.
Land Registry Oflloe, District Registrar.
Kamloops, B.C., May 20tb, 1008.
Certltlcafe of Improvements
Columbia, Bonita Vittn and Ketone Mineral
Olalms, situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division ..r Vale District.
Where located! Partly on District Lot 2785
nml on Mountain South of Coryell Pans,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Win. B. Caporn. Preo
MJi'iers- Conlflciitc No. B582fl. intend, sixty
davs from date hereof, to apply to the .Mining
[tecerder torn Oeillfioateof Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
above claims.
And further take notice tlmt action, under
section 87, must be commenced before the issuance of snob Certillonie of Improvements.
..ninl iii (.Mini Kork-. H.C.. liiin Bird day of
May, A. D. 1008.
The Kilties Are Coming
Collection Agency
1 purpose opening an offloe for
the collection of accounts, ail*
justing of books of existing
business; nnd also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sale*, of Property Negotiated
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended to immediately Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
S. T. HALL. J. P.
C.P. Telegraph Company Bridge Street
High grade Bicycles, A complete lino of accessories. Come
in and see the 1D0H models.
Wheel rupairiii'',
All Kiiula ol
Ladies'  and Children's
Next to M(iii.ues\ Bridge Stoat.
B. C. Land Surveyor
\*\S£Sm       Grand Forts, B. C.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
fOHN   HOUSTON, who  is  well
qualified to speak mi   the suh-
ftot, has tho following to say in Ins
J'rini'c Rupert Empire concerning!
the pplitioitl outlook in Kootenay:
"The Liberals of Kootenay made roj
mistake in nominating Smith Curtis
ns their candidate for contesting the
district t\\ the next Dominion election, from the standpoint of availability anil ability. He is easily the
most available man the party has,
in Kni.teiiiip. He has been a consistent Liberal and at the same time'
a consistent advocate of dealing
.with labor questions on their merits.
Few Liberals ci.li refuse lo vi te for
Smith Curtis, and many working-
men who are not Liberals will vote,
for hiin because lie has shown them
thai hu  is   not prejudiced against
E, M Carleton, of Toronto, representing the Montri-al Star, was in
the eity last Monday soliciting business for that publication.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Clark, of Port
Hope, Ont., are visiting their sons,
George nnd Fred, ill this city.
U. Iv Eorimnur and R. W. Drew,
two c. 1'. R. ollieials of Vancouver,
IV i" visitors in the citv on Weclhes-
A. VV, Wright, a proinini*iit Vancouver and Fernie real estate dealer,
was n the eity on Tuesday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ronthron left
Inst Saturday for n three months'
vacation trip to Ontario and New
J. G. Bury, superintendent of the
western lines of the C.P.R., passed
through the city last  Saturday en
40-- BANDMEN --4-0
Saturday Night, July 4th, at the Rink
ANY available Dominion Lands within tlm
n   Itaiiway Bell of Hi it isli Columbia muy hn
home*tended, by nny person who Ih the head
nf ii fiunily. or nny male over eighteen yearn
of aire, to the extent of one*quarter Motion
of UK) acres, more, or less.
Bntry mutt he made personally ut thn local
Itiiul offloe fur thn district In which the lum)
is situate.
Tlm homesteader Is required to perform
the condition*, connected therewith under
one of the f.-llnw lug plana:
(1) At least six month-*-' residence upon and
cultivation of the hind In euch year for thren
(2) If the father (or mother, if the futher Is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity of tho land entered for
the KMiniremeiiis us to resilience may be sat'
Islled hy such person residing with the father
or mother.
(li)  If the settler has hli permanent reel*
deuce upon forming land owned hy him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the require*.
meats at to residence may he satisfied bv
residence upon the said land.
Six month8' notice in writing- should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply f„r patent.
Coal-Coal mining rights niav he leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an mi*
mini rental of 81.00 per acre. Not more than
2,660acres shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five oenti
per ton shall lie collected on the merchantable coal mined,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N.B.-Unauthorlaed   publication of   this
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1 will sell my No. 2 Smith Premier
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inn leaving the city.
F. B. McKeehan.
Bicyci.es anh Repair Woiik—A
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Postoffice, First street.
When remitting money get an express order. Cash on demand of
payee. To all parts. S. T. Ha'l,
branch agent Dominion   Express Co.
For Sale—Brand ne*- No. 3 Gra
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Records; will sell at a sacrifice if taken
at once.   Particulars at this office
You might as well try to reach
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readers by advertising in any other
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weeklv Globe and Canada Farmer for 81 per year in advance. The illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globe is wori.b
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We have some of tiie highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the B,ounuary.    Sun Job Office.
•  The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
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Vou can make 400% profit or SoC per
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Harvesting Strawberries
This account of the methods practised by Mr. W. F. W. Fisher, of
Burlington, Ont., one of our most successful strawberry growers, says the
Canadian Horticulturalist, is well
worth careful readidg; "The cultivation of straw ben ies on a large
scale," writes Mr. Fisher, "involves a
great amount of labor expense and
care through all its various phases—
preparation of land, planting, keeping
clean, protecting frnm frost, and so
forth; but the climax of interest is
reached when it comes to harvesting
the crop. Having secured the necessary pickers (which sounds easy), they
must be housed and—'treated' 1 was
about to say—but 'entertained' ex
presses the need more fully, in such a
way as to hold them through good and
evil report anil picking while the season lasts. Picking should be done
with care and neatness. The berries
must be pinched off with a short stein
without brnising the fruit and the soft
and smallest berries discarded or left
on the vines. The boxes should be
filled a little over level to allow for
settling and packing; they must be
full or nearly so on reaching destination. Pickers should not be allowed
to take more than eight boxes to the
patch one time, so that the berries
may come to the packing house fresh
and cool. In order to carry out the
outlined program, it is sometimes
necessary to pay a small premium to
pickers who comply witli the ideal requirements.    •
"Packages, both small and large,
should be clean, neut and attractive
as possible. The packer should dump
a few boxes occasionally from each
picker to see the contents, and should
see that berries and crates afe kept
in the shade until time for shipment.
"The most satisfactory market is nt
the home railway station or cannery.
Distributing the crop can be done
muoh more intelligently by lurge
dealers than by individual growers,
and the area of distribntion be thereby largely increased. Varieties that
are firm should be selected for long
distance shipping, and ill no case
should berries of different varities be
packed in the same crate. The size of
our boxes is fixed by law, and the
popular orate appears to be ono holding twenty-four to thirty-sik quarts.
The large returnable crate is being
1cm used year by yea J."
Prescriptions Carefully
DRUG sundries;,7"^is
you want wc can soon K«t It.
Rutherford SMann
G. R. B. Newton, Mgr.
Cor. Bridge and 2nd       Phone 35
(New Edition Issued Nov. 18, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, inotallurg,', terminology, uses, statistius and finances of
copper. It is a praeieiil book, useful
lo all and necessary to most men engaged in any brunch of the copper
Its facts will pass muster with   the
, Iriiiued scientists, und its language   is
easily   understood   hv   the  everyday
man.  It gives the plain fuels in   plain
I'ngllsh without fear or favor.
It lists, and describes 4H2ii copper
I mines und companies in all parts of
lthe world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages,  according
[to importance of tiie property.
The (.'upper Handbook is conceded
Ito be Ihe
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
■lie facts it gives him about mines,
luining ami the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
tacts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
|xposed in plain English.
Price is •Jo in Buckram with gilt
bp; 87.50 in full library morocco,
"ill be sent, fully prepaid, on ap-
fcoval, to any address ordered, and
lay be returned within a week of re-
pipt if not found fully satisfactory.
[iorace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Some persons are determined to
dominate or die, and as there are few
who rise to the first degree there are
many who fall .to the second.
The Farmer's Wife
Is very careful about her churn. Sho
scalds it thoroughly after using, ami Rives
it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows
that if her churn is sour it will tuint the
butter that i.s made In it. The stomach Is
a churn. In tlm stomach and digestive
and uutrltlvo tracts urn performed processes which arc almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is It not apparent
then that If this stomach-churn Is foul It
makes foul all which Is put Into It?
The evil of a foul stomach Is not alono
the bad taste In the mouth and the ii.nl
breath caused by It, but tlm corruption of
the puro current of blood and tho dissemination of disease throughout tho body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet
It does for the stomach what tho washing
and suu bath do for tlio churn—absolutely
removes overy tainting or corrupting element. In this wuy It cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and ull
humors ordlsoasos arising from bod blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste In
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aro weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
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or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any considerable number of them, Indicate that you nre
suffering from biliousness, torpid or lnzy
liver with the usual accompanying Indigestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
jiscuxcxy* mat this Is absolutely truo
will be readily proven to your satisfaction
if yon will but mull a postal card request
to Dr. E. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.,?or a
free copy of his booklet of extracts from
tho standard medical authorities, giving
thn names of nil the Ingredients enterlnit
Into his world-famed medicines and showing what the most eminent medical men
of the age say of them.
It is unpleasant for a kid to be
seethed in its mother's milk, but it is
almost equally obnoxious to a bootmaker to go and try to collect a bill
for a pair of boots and then to be
kicked by them.
It is one of the incongruities of life
why young men spend their salaries
as soon as they earn it, or before they
earn it, while the grey-headed old
men are invariably saving and miserly.
If piohibition were to spread like a
universal mantle over the entire country and really prohibit, political campaigns would become n ore. honest but
less interest.
According^to statistics, one woman
out of a million can open a telegram
with as little emotion as she displays
in opening a can of corn.
The world may owe you a living,
but try and collect it and it will have
as many excuses on tap as a man who
is asked to pay a bill.
Some city men, when they go to the
country for their vacations, must en
joy siting on the lawn and see the
snails rush about.
Why is it that every time a girl
goes out with a young man of whom
she is ashamed she meets all her
A woman thinks she lias the worst
of the bargain unless she can see
where she got more than her money's
it's easy to convince tl.e world that
you have sense after you have*succeeded in accumulating a large pile of dollars.
The man who neglects lo put his
best foot forward when he has a chance
may feel like kicking himself later.
You can learn a little each day—
unless you happen io be one of those
wise persons who know it all.
The average man would rather mind
the baby occasionally than mind his
wife seini-occasionally.
A woman may not be able to do her
own cooking, but she can at least
roast the kitchen help.
A man may not be able to heap up
a mountain, but he can usually put up
a big bull'.
Joy Cometh not in the early morn
to the man who has been making a
night   of    it.
The story of the average woman's
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so she thinks.
Even a first class woudehopper cannot necessarily till a position in a
Many a man gets along by Inducing
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A man who owes another a grudge
is sure to be Johnny on the spot on
It takes a clever photographer to
produce a speaking likeness of a dumb
person.   •
No man would want his wife to act
as do other women at whom he makes
No man is half as smart as his wife
tries to make people believe lie is.
Luck of credit prevents some people
from living beyond their means.
Lots of men would be good husbands if they had better wives.
He's a brave man who tries "to stop
a woman's runaway tongue.
What man has done woman can
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SHOP TALK To Kill Cutworms
, We havo a large supply of all kind,!    In view of the  P^vale'ioe of cut-
of   visiting   cards   in   stock, and the, '™™s •'■ different parts of  the prov-
most   fashionable   styles   of   type to: ince,   the   following  information for
print thein with.  Thk Sun Job Office. | their   extermination   is published by
~~ ,  .   .,  'the department of agriculture:
Show curds for widnows anrl  nisiile      „,. ,   , , ,
„       , e   *i    t     1      „„  I     -the use of the poisoned bran rcine-
are   a   tine  form   or silent salesmen. '
Make them brief, terse and  pointed, d}' is strongly recommended, it having
Print them  plainly, to he read at a proved to be most efficacious,
glance. The  poisoned   bran   remedy gives
We carry the most fashionable stock *<••*•% remarkable results and   is ac-
of   wedding   stationery in the Boun tually   more   attractive   than   green
dary country.  And we are  the only vegetation.    The mixture consists of
office in  this  section, that  have  the b|lftn m„istenetl wjth sweetened water
correct material for printing it,
Sun job office.
and paris green, mixed in the  ptopor-
jjt— j       j tion of 1 pound to 50 pounds of bran.
Tiik Sin is react by  everybody be- In making this mixture, the most con-
cause it prints all the Boundary news. ; ven*ent method is to dampen a small
, .   ,, .   .  ,   . » quantitv with the sweetened water (a
A new lot of latest designs   ot  pro-  **■ - ■ \
gram and menu cards just received at few m™*» °f •ag***" "' *• P,ul ot mierh
Tiik Sun job office. I and then add more dry bran, until the
  t         ' whole   is   almost dry again.    If the
The  Sun und the Toronto Weekly       .            ,*,  ,,   ,      .,    ,           ...
«, . v «    ». pans green is added to the bran witli-
Globe for 81 per year. , 	
' ' out dampening, it sinks with remarka-
Fo,*  saie—1)0 acres of  good  land, ble rapidity   to   the bottom, even in
also twn new milch cows.    Apply  at  this dry mixture, when it is stirred.
this office. i     if jt ;s desired to use the poison  as
t,,   ,   a wet application, more water can  be
Black     ,,,.,..,
added until it is about the same   eon-
For    Sale — Full-blood
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sistency as porridge, but if it is to be
used as dry, dry bran must be stirred
in until the mixture will run through
the fingers easily. The poison may
then be applied to the land, either
around or between the plants to be
protected, or a row of it may be run
close to the drills of crops planted in
that manner.
• This mixture is extremely attractive to cutworms, being preferred to
plants in all the instances which have
come under notice. It takes about
ten pounds of this mixture to an acre
of potatoes as ordinarily planted.
Paris green being a deadly poison,
care should be taken to keep it uut of
the reach of children and domestic
Traps made of disused tins, short
sections of the drain pipes and similar
flings sunk in the ground and covered
over with board', allowing sufficient
[ room all round for the caterpillars to
creep under, will capture numbers of
the pests.
Even ditches with steep, smooth
sides prevent a great many from getting from one part of a field to another, and when the ditch has water
in it it is quite effectual.
Bulletins on cutworms may be had
on application to the department of
It is easier to cultivate a girl's   im*
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Though late from the presses, tho
June issue of Westward Ho. with its
splendid stories and illustrations, is by
far the best number yet turned out.
Cy Warman has a capital story, "The
Heathen," and Boy Horniman, an
equally well known magazine writer,
contributes an amusing phantasy of
the future entitled "No Ball." Miss
Irene MacColl, a young British Columbian writer wbo is rapidly making a name for her fiction, has a
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"Photographic Notes," 'Country and
Suburban Gardens," are all pf local
interest, and the series of excellent
sketches on the various districts of the
province under the heading "Potential Canada," speak well for the enterprise of the publishers ill exploiting
the possibilities of the west Next
month Westward Ho commences its
third volume, and announces as a
special feature a sketch of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier by the editor in his department, "Men I Have Met."
Don't volunteer too much information.
Three bottles of cold Phoenix Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that Thk Sun is the
most widely read paper in Grand
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
shipments of  Boundary mines
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, PliiK'nix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Cump.'.	
Last Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark '.	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
11 elen, (I reen wi mil	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
1908   Past Week
500,812     20,951
' 80
' 130
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
68*4,594  33.274
Total treated.
516,050       31,712
NiHi of Company.
Granby Oo.isolkliitecl—Copper.   tiri.ouO.OOO
Oarlboo MoKliiuey—Gold	
B.0. Copper—Copper	
Toliil to    Latent.      Per
Date.       Dute.   Sln.i'o
Authorized.—•haiii-.s—. Paid
Capital.    laaued. Par. UK*.
5.OUI),04aU       185,4300   *1IKI $1,IEII,IIIK1 $2,Hl'.S,iai(l Sapt. 1IKI7 83.1111
1,2511.001)   1.2511,0011     $1           MB,Sin;»eh. 1WI4 .04 .
2IMKI       31 000      »5 10,000        38.221 Sept. litem .511
'H03.000     »5                   21)1,200 .Sept. 11107 .40
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