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Ninth Year—No. 4.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. November 27, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
McBride Government Carry
Nearly Every Seat in
the Province
All Boundary and East and
West Kootenay Districts
The provincial election in this city
Thursday passed off very quietly. The
weather was line, and the largest vote
ever recorded in the district was
polled. Towards evening there was a
light snowfall; but the weather man
had evidently made a miscalculation,
because there was not enough of the
"beautiful" to give even one of the
defeated candidates a decent burial.
The vote of Grand Forks riding
Miller. Paterson.  Mclnnis
Grand Forks...313 68 77
Phoenix 138 68 238
Carson  18 2 3
Cascade   33 8 14
Bannock    16 5 5
■Totals 518       151 337
Majority for Miller over   Mclnnis,
The vote on the local option plebiscite in this district was:
Total party
For. Against.
Grand Forks...l70        195
I'hoenix 240__        78
Carson    \i \.
Cascade  3-t 22
Bannock  20 5
Totals .078        30+ 1006
Number of votes required for plebiscite, 003; number obtained, 078;
majority for, 75.
After the vote hud been counted,
the victory was celebrated in the usual manner with bonfires and broom
brigades, including a complimentary
man-power carriage drive of the successful candidate though the streets.
Mr. Miller, on being called on for
a speech in the Conservative committee looms, thanked the electors most
heartily for the splendid majority
they had given him.     He also made a
special point of thanking the'Liberals
who had supported hiin, without
whose aid he realized he could not
have been elected. He promised to
carry out every pledge when he got
to Victoria.
Returns from outside districts are
yet incomplete, but enough is known
to state that the province is solidly
Conservative with the exception of
two Liberals and two .Socialists.
The deferred election in Skeena
district will be held on the 30th
The Home Journal
"Canadians need not go lar afield
in a search foru good family journal
while we have such a publication as
our own Home Journal. 1 know
that the Ladies' Home Journal has
a wide circulation in Canada. It is
a fine production, though to me,
tiresome in its bulk, and in many of
its features. The Home Journal
covers quite as many topics in less
space. It is cleaner, less prosy and
very well written. The covers are
an artistic delight and are equal to
those of the Saturday Evening Post,
which is fine praise. Jean Graham,
the editor, is one of the finest women
journalists in all Canada, a woman
whose writings have been appreciated iu the New York press time and
time again, whose work is known
and appraised in the Southern
States, and to whom the New York
Sun hns more than once referred in
a very complimentary manner.
Why, then, do we not patronize our
own wares? Why hus it been said
of Toronto—and you know how I
love my own city—that she never
yet appreciated her own magazines
and publications? This I do not
believe—yet I have heard it said—
and you may depend on it, it was
hotly contradicted."—("Kit," in
Mail and Kmpire.)
New Davis Building One of
the Best Business Houses
in the Province
William Thomas Williams, a
young Englishman, about thirty
years of age, who came a couple of
months ago from the Okanagan
country, died last Sunday in the
cottage hospital of typhoid fever.
Prior to his last illness, deceased was
employed in Galipean it Lutley's
cement biock factory. Williams
came to this country from England
recently, and had no relatives in
Canada. Interment took place in
the Grand Forks cemetery last Tuesday.
The new Davis building is not
alone a monument to local enterprise; but a flattering tribute to the
Corinthian style of architecture,
which has so adorned the world with
peerless beauty. This handsome
and Commodious brick and marble
structure has just been completed by
the well known firm nf Jeff Davis it-
Co., at an approximate cost of 835,
000. It is situated on the corner of
Bridge and Second streets. This is
probably the largest and most mod-
ernly appointed commercial building in the interior of British Columbia' It measures 108 feet in length,
by an average width of 70 feet. It
is two stories in height with a basement, there being 3,000 feet of floor
space alone in the basement, which
is divided into compartments for the
necessary insolation of the various
The ornamental design has been
carried out in red and pressed brick
with marble trimmings, the whole
being surmounted by a handsome
metal cornice of harmonious design.
The maximum area for display is
obtained by means of plate-glass set
in burnished copper sash, while additional light for the interior is secured by the use of prismatic glass
setting. In the interior stately columns appropriately panelled support thc girders, which in turn are
incased in metal of handsome pattern. The store fittings are a crea-.
tion of beauty and iu perfect harmony witb the original design of the
building. Large spray basins at
various intervals,  not alone reduce
the temperature in summer, but
keep the market garden produce in
an ideal condition. A novel feature
has been the introduction on the
ground floor of perfectly appointed
lavatories, and an enormous saving
ing of labor in the future is obtained
by a modern freight elevator running from the basement upward.
The general managers office, and
also the accountant's, are situated
on a balcony eight feet' above the
level of the store floor, from which
communication is had by means of
a stairway, adorned by an exquisitely
cut arch of Corinthian design. From
the accountants office cash carrier
lines diverge to all parts of the store,
thus tending to reduce mistakes in
change, etc., to the minimum. A
spacious entrance on Bridge street
conducts to the main stairway, from
the head of which roomy corridors
traverse the building, giving access
to liberally proportioned and well
lighted offices, which occupy the
entire front on both streets. There
is also on this floor one of the most
artistic, and convenient lodge rooms
in the province, with banquet hall
adjoining. The ceiling of the lodge
room is a triumph of artistic taste,
blended with mechanical skill; being composed of an ornamental arch
falling in graceful dihedral angles to
a moulded cornice, which surmounts
the frescoed walls. At intervals in
the groined arch amply proportioned ventilators fulfill their important
duties, not alone here but throughout the entire building. The lodge
room wben lighted presents the appearance of a fairy palace. Multicolored incandescents flash and reflect from polished surfaces, producing a bewilderlingly beautiful display of gorgeous tints, which enhance a thousand-fold the brilliant
decorations. The dimensions of the
of the lodge room are 30 x GO x 20
feet in height.
The most modern system of heating has been installed throughout
the whole building, and is known as
Broomell's vapor system, the same
being most rapid and economical.
The regulation of the temperaiure in
euch individual room being controlled by an apparatus of child like
simplicity. The whole of the
plumbing and heating systems has
been installed by George Chappie,
the well-known master plumber and
heating engineer, and the work fill
ly sustains his reputation in every
The building was constructed
from the plans, specifications and
detail drawings of Robert Mcintosh,
the local ucliilcct, who has applied
with excellent results the valuable
experience acquired in other cities
on similar structures.
The currying out of the work has
been perfor tl by A. E. .McDougail,
the well-known contractor, who has
displayed mechanical skill of high
order, combined with economical
execution of the work.
The ability and progressiveness
displayed by this pioneer linn deserves a loyal support, and merits
success, and we trust that their enterprise will stimulate others to
emulate the good example shown.
Mining Stock Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 21!.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        liid
Granby Consolidated.   100.00   '.18.00
B.C. Copper       7.2.0      7.12.1
Premier McBride Thanks the
Electors for Confidence
in Government
Pre-Election Pledges  Will
Be Carried Out as Expeditiously as Possbile
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 26.
I am deeply, very deeply grateful
to people of British Columbia for
the recognition which the government and my policy has received at
the polls. The result did not come
wholly as a surprise, for I was convinced from the indications that the
attorney-general and I met with all
over the country during our tour
that it would be virtually a clean
sweep for the Conservative policy
and British Columbia. The people
of the province have Bhown unreservedly their confidence in the proposals to bring in tbe Canadian
Northern Railway line and to extend
the Kettle River Valley railway's
Between now and the session of
the legislature, which it is expected
will open on January 20th, no lime
will be lost in concluding the final
agreements to be submitted to parliament containing specifically all
of the terms that 1 have promised
the people. The railroad legislation
will have first place in the sessional
programme antl the bills will be
passed as expeditiously as possible.
This may be taken as tbe commencement by this government of a very
substantial and progressive policy
of development by railway building.
I want especially to thank the
Conservative press throughout the
province; all the speakers who have
assisted upon the platform during
the just ended campaign. The
workers whose unremittant industry
has so largely contributed to success, and lastly I want to acknowledge to the country the efficient and
invaluable services rendered during
the campaign by my colleague, the
Hon. W. J, Bowser. No leader
could have a more faithful and energetic lieutenant than I possess in tbe
attorney-general. Encouraged and
supported by the strongly expressed
Confidence of the people, 1 hope to
so carry the affairs of llritish ('olumbia ns to secure for the province the
fullest ami largest measures of substantial progress anil prosperity,
Hn ii Aim MnBuiDE.
The   following  are   the     readings
showing the minimum temperature for
each   dav    illuiliLi  the   week   ending
■November 26, 1009:
Sit ui ri lay  20
Sunday  2i
Monday  31
Tuesday  32
Wednesday     13
Thursday     11
Friday          10
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, Nov. 28.—Silver, 61 j;
[ electrolytic copper, I2.fl0@:]2.76.
London, Nov. 26, Silver, 28|;
I lead, £13. JOHN   D.  SPENCE
Slip Etatmtg §mt
shown, a subscription list i\'ill be
circulated, and if enough patronage
is assured the production will appear
here iu the near future.
Published at Grand Porlis. Rrittth Columhia.
Q. A, Eva Ma Editor and Publisher
A lib* of tbis paper oan be seen at the office
of Messrs'. Iv A J. Hardy A Co., 8ft, 81 and 82.
Fleet Street, B.C., Loudon. Rngfuud, free of
• bnrifp. tttitl that firm will he Kind to receive
subscriptions uml advertlsenieuti mi our be»
Due Yenr  $1.30
Hue Year (in advance)   .    ...    1,00
Advertising rates furnish1! I on ■ m
Legal notices, I" and 5 oenti per Hue.
Address nil communications tu
Thk I__vi-.N-.nu Sun,
Phonb M74 Ohand Porks, B.C.
SATURDAY, NOV.  27,   1909
The result of the provincial elections last Thursday did not surprise
tliose who lad followtd c'osely
the trend of the people's feelings.
The sweeping victory of the McBride
administration may be attributed
to the government's progressive railway policy, nnd to its past good
record in placing the province on o
solid financial basis. The people
generally know what they waul
when they see ii; and their verdict
as rendered nt the polls on Thursday
last indicates that they want all the
transportation facilities they ean get.
It would perhaps have been bettor if
a little healthier opposition had
been elected; but a means will probably be found to jive Leader Oliver
a sent—and he can makeo noise like
the whole Liberal party. The verdict will undoubtedly give British
Columbia four years of progress ami
Kepresentative Coming
The .Sun is in receipt of n communication from the oflice uf C. P.
Walker, of the Walker theatre, Win.
nipeg, stating that bis representative would be here in a few days to
interview a number of our leading
citizens relative to a production of
"As You Like It," which Manage!
Walker is sending through the west.
As this is the most delightful of all
the Shakespearian comedies, and is
to be given by practically an all-
star cast, with a most elaborate
scenic and costume equipment, it is
hoped that arrangements can be concluded for an engagement here. If
the opinion of those interviewed is
favorable, anil sufficient   interest is
A very charming reception wns
given on Wednesday afternoon by
Mrs. J. H. Brown at her home on
Third sireet. The pretty rooms
were thronged with guests during the
tea hour. The hostess looked very
sweet in a costume of blue silk with
Inland jet garniture. She was assisted in receiving by her mother,
Mrs. Whitmnrsh, who wns attired
in black silk. Dark red carnations
lent their fragrance and beauty to
the rooms. Mrs. Brown's sister,
Mrs. J. B. Bache, of Wenatehee,
Wash., with her little daughters,
are guests at her home for a few
weeks, but because of illness Mrs.
Bache was una hie to leave her room
on Wednesday, much to the regret,
of the callers.
Mrs. H. W. Sweyne. one of the
city's October brides, received on
Wednesday afternoon for the first
time, and a large number of ladies
enjoyed the opportunity of making
her acquaintance. Mrs. Sweyne was
looking very attractive in her wedding costume of white net over taffeta. Miss Henderson, who assisted
in serving, was alsoirooked in all
white. Carnations and fern formed
the decoration, and on the tea table
wedding cake bad the place of
The Ladies' Aid of Knox church
is rapidly strengthening ami now
numbers over three dozen members.
Of these almost all were present at
the meeting held Monday afternoon
at the home of Airs. Windsor Truax.
Tbe last stitches were put in many
articles of clothing and fancy work
intended for the sale on December
11. Mrs. Hodgson will entertain
the society next Monday.
A meeting of tliose interested in
hockey was held in the city hall last
Friday night. Mr. H. E. Woodland
took the chair, and Leo Mader was
elected temporary secretary. The
following permanent ollicers were
elected: President. <>eo. Chappie;
first vice-president. T. S. Watts;
seeretany-trcasurer, C. J. Haverty;
manager, Walter Mills, jhe above
| officers, with R. Curran. const tute
the executive committee, The secretary was instructed to communicate with Greenwood and I'hoenix
and endeavor to arrange a schedule
of games for the coming season.
Mrs. J. R. Brown will receive next
Wednesday, and not again until the
lirst Wednesday after New Year's.
Now is the time to put in your
stoek of apples. Mcintosh Red 81.20
a box. Droo me a line. II. W.
Collins, Carson P. 0., B. C.
For Sale—Seven acres of fruit
land; close in,   Impure at this office.
Next  Postoffice
Moving Pictures i Illustrated Songs
Change ot Piogram
^Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
3-Reels Pi&tures-3 2-Songs-2
Each Show.
Every" night for a $50 Diamond Ring.    Drawing
takes place New Year's Night.
OPEN   7   P.   M.
cJWatmee   Wednesday and Saturday   at   2:30
Thomas Bird, formerly city elec
tricinn of Grand Forks, wns in the
city on Thursday, and returned to
his home in Vancouver yesterday.
Mr. and Mis. W. Bird, of this city,
accompanied their son to the coast,
and will spend the Christinas holidays at his home.
Hev. T. G. MacLeod returned
from Crestori on Tuesday to spend
a few days with his family.
John D. Spence, the Greenwood
barrister, was a visitor in the city
on Thursday.
Geo. H. Hull returned home on
Wednesday from New Westminster,
where he attended the annual convention of the school trustees of the
J. B. Harkin, of thc interior de
pnrttnent, Ottawa, was in the city
last Saturday inspecting the local
customs and immigration pepnrt-
ments. Mr. Harkin is a brother of
our oltl friend Billy Harkin, the
pioneer Grand Forks newspaperman,
now with the Vancouver province.
C. E. Lane, who has been chief
electrician at the Granby smelter
for a number of years, will shortly
engage in business in Spokane, and will leave for that city
next Monday.
J. C. and A. J. MacDonald, of
New Westminster, were in the city
Thursday. They returned to the
coast yesterday.
Hugh Cannon, who has been directing mining operations on Moresby island during the past summer,
returned to the city last Thursday.
The customs otlice has been moved
to the second floor of the Bonthron
block, corner First street and Winnipeg avenue.
Rev. F. W. Auvache will preach
his farewell sermons in the Baptist
church on Sunday, morning and
Born—In Grand Forks, on Monday, November 'iu', to Mr. and Mrs.
D.' A. Hitchie, a son.
A. Erskine Smith and son, of
Vancouver, arrived in the city on
Thursday. They returned to thc
coast today.
Large Bottle Port Wine. 7fic. Lion
Buttling Works,
Vmi might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam ns to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
When you order oflice stationery
at. The Sun job olliee you enn rest
assured that it will be printed with
modem faces of type, and that the
workmanship will be up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stoek nf all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete in the
There's No Other Way
Tu reneh the large and ever-increasing
circle if our readers thnn through Thk
Sun's advertising columns.
The Strength of an Ox
one often hears about when
one is endowed with health
strength  and vigor.    Itis
another   way   of   saying
"the   strength   of   beef."
No meat has the nourishment that gives strength and force like prime beef,
and you can  always   get it in luscious steaks and
roasts at
Rubber Goods
We carry a large stock of hot
water bottles fountain syringea
and combination bottle syringe,
Tliere are many grades of rub-
bar, but ours is guaranteed.
Prices consistent with quality.
Picture taking and picture
making is interesting at all
times. Our stoek of Kodaks,
papers and films is complete,
Kodaks ^2.00-S20.00. Our
printing und developing will
please you.
CO.   I
Before closing your contract for
rending matter for the coming year,
rend the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI.OO per yenr.
NOTICK is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners for the
City of Grand Forks, B.C., we intend
tu make application for the transfer
if the retail liquor license in respect
tn the "Granby" hotel, held by Alexander William Fraser nnd Fred W.
Russell, to the said Fred W. Russell
And further take notice, that at
said meeting nn application will be
made for permission to change the
name of the "Granby" hotel to that
if the "Russell" hotel.
Dated Grand Forks, B.C., the 21st
day of September, A.D. 1909.
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties iatonrllng to tmilil wl.l an wrll to con-
Show cards for widnows and inside
are n fine form of silent salesmen,
Make them brief, terse and pointed,
Print them plainly, to be read at a
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing
between us, the undersigned, as]
hotel-keepers at the City of Grand
Forks, in the Province of British Columbia, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts owing to
the snid partnership nre to be piiirl to
Fred W. Russell, who will continue
to carry on the business, and all
clninis against the saitl partnership
are to be presented to the saitl Fred
W. Kussell, by whom the same will
be settled.
Dated at Grand  Forks,  B.C.,   he
20thday of September, A.D. I909.
Witness; VV. B. Cocuranb.
1909 cTWODELS §f
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries.
Repair Shop.    Second-hand
Wheels.    V/heels to   Kent.
INDENTS   promptly   executed   at
lowest cash prices for all kinds of
British   and   Continental   goods,
Kooks and .Stationery,
Boots, Shoes and Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,,
China, Earthenware and Glassware,
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
Imitation   Jewellery   and   Precious
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic and Optical Goods,
Provisions and Oilmen's Stones,
etc., ete.
Commission -! to 5%.
Trade Discounts allowed,
Sjivrinl Quotations on Demand.
Sample Cases from £10 upwards,
Consignments of Produce sold on Ac
(Established 1814),
26, Abehureh Lane, London, E.O,
certificate  of   improvements Cable Address: "Annuaihb, London."
To all inv friends and patrons I
extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed und Un'trimmed Hats
will be given April 12 and 13,
A cordial invitation to all.
t7Wrs. Ida Barnum
[. X. L, Mineral Claim, situate in tho'
Orand Porks Mining idvisiou of Yule Dis- .
where located: In Franklin camp.
TAKK NOTICK that I, James McArdle Free
Minor's Certificate No. BB6128, for myself
nnd us njri'iii lor Frank MoFarUne. Freo
Minor's OrtifU'uH. No. B108fl0;John McLaren,
Free Miner's Certificate No. IH0889i Peter
Wolf, Free Miner's Certificate No.B26l8S,and
A.*l Whiteside, Free Miner's Certificate No.
it.ti'u ti, Intend, sixty days from the date
her f, to apply to ttie Mining Reorder
ror " Certificate of Imp tivementu (or rhe
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt   ofthe.
above olaim.
,\n.l flintier tnltp notice that action, nndor
section 87, must In* oommenoed before the
issuance   of  such  Certificate   of   Improve-
m_0atcd this 13th day of August, A.D. 1009.
Shirley Fractional Mineral Cluim. situate In
tho Urand Forks Mining Division ol Yale District.
Where Located.  In Summit ('nmp, adjoin*
Ing tha Shlckshook Mineral   Claim to the -
TAKK NOTICE that I, ElsieL.Clement. Free
Millers' Cerilltcnte Nn, 11211:191, Intend, tiixtv
days from dine hereof, to apply to the Mining
Hecerder torn Geitlfloateol Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of thu
above claims.
Aii'l further tnke notice thut action, under
section :i", must be commenced hefore the issuance of suoh Certificate of Improvements.
Dated ut ortiml Kurks. lt.C, il,is _J3rd day of
August. A. li. LflOB.
HLSIB  h. CLEMENT- for Rent—Two-story residence  on
Third   street,   between   Bridge   and j
.Main streets.  Apply A. Traunweiser, ||
Yale hotel.
FS      11 S   Call in and get  a 25c
!«£___£___ I      rvpai   box of Nature's Reme-
lCC»      LlCCl   dy" free ofcharge.
They cure Constipation, Stomach and Liver
Complaint.   A limited number to be given away.
Hot Drinks now being served.
^m^'k i
Hotel C°^n
Opposite Great Northern Station
p. D. McDonald, Proprietor
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days from the date hereof (,
Ole Johnson, Rancher, of Christina Lake, intend to apply to the
Water Commissioner at Fairview, B.
C, for a license for four cubic feet per
second from "Sutherland" Creek,
about two hundred feet East of Government wagon roud  and   about   «is  —•——~— "" "*""
hundred   and   seventy  feet North of        CHURCH SERVICES
wagon road leading to Christina Hotel I
at Christina Lake, R. C, for domestic ,
and urigation purposes to be  used on1   HolyTuinity CuUHCII, Henry Steele,
my land, being   Lot   Nine   Hundred  Rector—Sunday services:    Holy i i-
and Seventy, Group One, Similkameen niuiiion, 8:00 a.in.; morning prayer
Division of Yale District, in the Prov- and sermon, 11 a.m.: evensong and
ince of British Columbia. 'sermon, 7:30 p.in.j Sunday   school, 3      Self-conceit isn't necessarily alway
Dated this 3rd day  of October, A.  P-ln-    Fi,'st   Sunday   of   the   month | founded on fact.
Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
Prejudices are merely other peopla'e
Many a man who is well bred needs
lhe dough.
Recently completed nud
newly furnished throughout. Conveniently located
for railway   men.    First*
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j   - g:^.   _•■ :-,    .. fur  railway    men.     l-'lrst-
l __VE^_-_*lti.i__=i_iiW olnsa accommodations fur
..IJ rT.Fi■■■ niJ transients.   Iloanl   anil
.- ■??, WBfjl in T—i ' >-  by the week nt pre-
■fetV..ll'l«8M   Ml   HAtS f 'IfR •% il * & valllnirrate..   Fine line of
&*■'   i'i ill-rr ■•:£■'■P'23   3'>-'-"<Mi>:''.>'l$*%. ""ine-, l.lmiowand Olrari
it? ■:'■  .LlL-li.i'.rt^'U-sl ./•,-   _,.  ^ ■-'i'&W4 always In stook at the Gar
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Grand Forks, B. G.
I). 1901).
holy communion will he celebrated at
the 11 a.m. Bervice as well as at 8
a.m. Week-clay and speeiul services
as they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited t«>
worship with us, and we woujd Be
pleased to met you.
Knox Presbyter rAN Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
2:30 p.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Hev. D, M. McKee, pastor.
Methodist Church, Bev, Sohlich-
ter.—Services next .Sunday al 11
a. in. and  7:'"i0  p.m.; Sunday school
,New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190G.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is n praoical book, useful
to all and necessary to most men   en j,imi   Bible class'nt   9-.15 a.m.     Tne
gaged   in   any   branch  of the coppes | Epworth ] gue of Christian Endeavor
industry, I meet every Monday evening at  7:30;
Its facts will pass muster with  the Junior Leaguo,   Tuesdays,  7:1)11 p.m.:
trained scientists, ami its language   is  ,uj_].week    prayer   meeting,   Wednes
easily   understood   by   the   everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in   plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes   1636   copper      Bam.STChui.OH,  Hev. 1. W. An-
mines and  companies  iu   all  parts of vache'   pastor.—Services  on   Sunday
the world, descriptions running  fr   Ilt   "  »•  "'• and  7:3° 1J'   m'l  Blble
two lines to sixteen  pages,   according class and Sunday school  at 2:30 | ~
to importance of the property
days, f> p.m.     Everybody will be welcome.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the bunk for
the fails it gives him about mines,
mining and the inetal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him abuut. mining, milling investment.- uud copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain linglisli.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
top; 87.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace  J.   Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postollice Block,
Houghton, .Michigan
For   Sale—1(30   acres   of   good
timothy lnnd.    Apply this oflice.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    'Sun .lob Office.
Three bottles of cold   Nell
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
m   Beci
A Fresh _io_m1i.ii i" "f
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
A strong man is strong all over. No man can be
strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its
consequent indigestion, or frorr some other disease
of the stomach and its associated organs, whioh impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach
is weak or diseased there is a loss of thc nutrition
contained in food, which is the source of all physical
strength. When a man 'doesn't feel just right,"
when he doesn't sleep well, litis   an   uncomfortable
feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond-
cat, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.
Such  a  man  should use   Dr.   Plerce*s   Golden  Medical
Discovery.   It cures  diseases ot thc stomach and  other
organs of digestion and nutrition.   It enriches the blood,
invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes
the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH TiXD STRENGTH TO
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine OP knows COM POSITION, not even though the urgen   :'■•   . r
may thereby make a Utile bigger profit.   Ingredients i'i!:. etl on wn   . ur.
We've all uur angel siili\ hut .some
of us'are artists at concealing it.
If you are not open to eon vie ton
you must have been "convicted."
It takes a clever girl to make a Fellow propose when he doesn't want to.
Wonder if anv jealous statesman
ever told Henry Clay  his  name   wus
The woman who tries to conceal her
age is generally old enough to know
When a fellow remarks that all he
wants is to be let alone he is generally
looking for a fight.
Some people impress us as being so
meek as to feel sorry they have nothing to feel sorry for.
The man who fails to deliver the
goods isfof course, convinced that advertising doesn't pay.
Yes, a*man may he taught against
his will. One of the best text books
for this purpose ia a baseball bat.
Blowing in a dollar to save a two-
bit piece is some folks' ideu of economy.
, We are never quite so polite to people we know as we are to those we
meet for the first time.
A man. must be considerable of a
liar when he feels he can't depend on
anything lie says.
The man who marries for money
often has a harder time getting it
than the fellow who works for it.
Many a man finds it difficult to account   for   the  Fact  that  the world
At any rate, the "Down and Out]
Club" never convoys the third degree
on the man with a stiff upper lip.
It is noticeable that the dyspeptic
weakling is geneprous with advice to
the robust and cheerful .person how to
We might profitably exchange the
"love which make the world go round''
for a love which would make the
world go square.
Smash as many characters as you
plea.se; you can't get enough material
out of the pieces to make a character
for your own use.
If she slicks to her job long ennuffh,
the ffirl who becomes a voting man's
slave may develop into an old man's
Science, being a foe to romance, regards a kiss as merely an exchange of
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ana Restaurant
Ilcime Cooking. Cleanly anil
Convenient. Lunches at All
Hours.   Orders Filled Prbmplly.
phone: A 74
Yalo   Liiiul^Distrirt.     District of  Slmilhn-
' nii't'ii,
■ni;i_    NOTIOE    that    Smith    Curtis,    „f
Rossland, H.C.. occupation mine operator,
Intends to apply t..r permission to purchase
the followltni desorlbed lands!
Commencing at n post planted ou the west-
em side line of Ihe Nelson,. Port  Pliuplierd
Knilway npauy's lnnd  Ifrutii nud nt the
southeast corner ol I'oter   Shaw's  nre-enip.
tiou    ou   liiS Sheep Ct In the.  west .0
t., the north Hue of J.J, mil's pre-emption:
thence ea-t »5 chains, more nr loss, tu northeast   corner oi suid   Gill's   p.'e-emptioui:
thenee  th Ij eliains: then. 1st 85 chains,
moreor less, to Hie westorn li f nforesaltl
Railway Land Grant; tlieuce nortli nil chains
toooint.of ....nu cement, containing iuu
coles, more or le-s.
.litem for SMI I'll CURTIS.
Dated December llih, hum.
k >      ri. , C. "Hint   for   the  fact  that  the world
?OWney S   Lllgar   MQVe | won't accept him at his own estimate,
A CoM_'l,_:_'K tirouK OF
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
Notice to the People of Grand Forks *£
and Vicinity:
You need not depend,on  any travelling  photographer
to take your pictures.
W   Sld Photograph©!1
Is now settled in his now quarters next door to the  Ynle Hotel,
and will take any picture you want, indoors or  out, at
Reasonable 'Prices
;m. inst..m.i:.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Sum. :
Second Street
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Railway Belt ot Hritish Col bin maybe
homestead,.il by any person who Is the lieail
ol a family, or anv mate over ci'..'li1oi>ii yean
of aire, to the extent of one*qunrter section
of 160 ceres, mole or less.
I.i,try must he mnde personally at the local
Inml olliee for tile tllstrlOt In whioh the Inml
Is situate.
The homesteader is require,I to perform
tiie coalitions connected therewith unilcr
one of the  lollovvin- plotlSl
(I) At least six mouths' residence upon ami
cultivation of tlm laid ill each year for three
12) If the father (or mother, If the rather is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vlolnlty of the land entered for,
the requirements us to residence may hesat-
Isfted by inch person residing with the father
or mother.
(It) If the settler has his permanent reside, inou firming Inml owned  by   him iu
tiie vicinity of his homestead, the require*
meets as to residence may he sntlslled by
resldetici on thesaid land.
Six  months' notice   ill   writing   should    lie
given the Commissi irnf I iln    Lauds
nt Ottawa of int. nt ion to apply lor patent.
foul-Coal mining rights ma< he leased
Ior a period of twenty-one years al an allium! rental of $1 nn per ucre.    Not more t lull,
2,8011 nores shull he leased to one Individual or
riiuiiciiiv.    A royalty lit tiie rate ot live cents
per ton shall Im collected on the merchantable ooal milled.
Deputy of the Minister of thp Interior,
v.l!    Unauthorized   publication of   this
advertisement will not he paid for.
d&l   M
Rubber Tires  for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
Furniture  Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of ull Kinds.
Upholstering   Neatly   Done.
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I    ,>| .-loll '.'.
drouipl   at-
(xtmraffiinm '„.,.„,,:
' Prints innl,' live liuundary news limn
NOTICE Is hereby given Mutt an application  ilMV   other   impel'   published   in    ihe
will bu mode under Pnrt V. of tlio "Water   .,•' I   '    .' .
\.el wiiB" io obtain n license ln tlio fiinAka- tlistriet.     tin-   once   ol    llll:   M'\ i-
inoe\il)Hl«loiiolYfllel)lstrlijl.      only 11.00 per vour one-half tl wl
(n.l  TI.e inline, icl Irc.-HHIld occill'iltoui ol tie'       .   . I
iii.iiliciiiii:   Charles Sinuilior, Klutllsb cove, 11. (,[ its competll
,'., Rancher,  (ll Inr mining   purposes)   rtf
Miner's Certificate No 	
(I,.)  Tl.c inline ol   :lic l.ilie, slrenlll   or   lour,
(II   iu.iii.mct!,  the  description   is): .-uudnt..   .
ar—one-tialE the eost /T"~.   t        . ,
■    The Sun is never -AAglMigCg!  t;::;'^g\
      i      ."_**"______? .--• — -j • * '*■
mi  the  Fo
public   interest.
knowledged t me of the brightest !
papers published in the interior of
the province. Thos'i who subscribe
and   feel   dissatisfied, will   have their
money refunded by callingal theuil.es|COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE
of publication,
The Evening Sun and theToronto
|Weekly  Globe and   Canada   farmer,
''l'*  SI .OU per year 111 ativanoe.
Tin; \i\ eninii SfN, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Pi'esa and Prairie Farm
er and   the
(c ) Thopnlnt of invention: .".houl one-fourth
InllcSoiilli frn'ni the Snl'tlicnsl   cornel o'
ll'j;;. liiinij, one, slmllltiimeeti Division ol tale
(il.) The qunntlty of water applied (or on cubic feet iieri.ee 1): Fotlrcttltll feel.
(c) Tliecloioici f tbe proposed worlis ,.
If.)    nepreliilsoson which the wnicr Is to be
used (describe mme):   l'»"   '■">   "-:l' " P
one, sliniikiiincen Division of Vnle District.
(«.) The purposes for which the wi
lucdi  liiiiiieslii'nntl IrrlKntli n.
(li.)  If for irrieiilloiiilesi rn.ctlic li
ed lobe iirlmileil.nlvliigiicriime   P
ll'j:!. i.roun "ne, .-iiiillloiuii.cn Ulvlsl I  V
District, lHliieics. null' 'less.
(I.) If tlm wnlcr Is io bo used for power
iiiiniic.' purposes describe lbe place where
wnicr Is to be returned to so nturitl chi...-.
iicl, nnd the it'iicreiici' in uli utile   between  anil Wi.-i'kiv btar, 9J.UU   per   '.
point of diversion nnd point of retutn  .
(J.I   Arcliof I ri,wn llilld inlelnlcl I" lie  oee
1'iidl.y liicpi'oiio.cd works. ....
„ , °i_.-CkSmmlHlon'r'on tlirs'ev'ilnieenUwIay0 o" The Sun is  read   by  everybtlj   bo      Uicvci.es  AND  KeI'ahi   Woiiu     ,\
^lN(""o'l?o thS'nam id a.ulress™ of nn>   ''"usl' 't prints all the Boundary news. J complete line of 1001) I I..    A few
rl   ilun proprietors or licensees wj rwl  .,.,. I h.-tn.i    wheels cheap,     Wh wis
I l ■Is ure likelv li affected by the proposeil ,  ,                           ,,                  ,,                                           ,,              '     ,.
works, either i r below tho outlet,  Si ml   ill.I    Purl   $1   per   gallon,   to rent      ORO,    I . Al'PM,   A mm •■* ■
(Sn.'iii«i;rcl(,'IIAUI.I'.SSAMiM':il. ,■■        ,,   ,..,        i,r     , . ,.     ,
[P.O.Address)KitallshCove,B.C.  uion Bottling \\orks. Avenue.
It Ivobotll l.n lie nnd    i.   ...  icl
d.'i.t or duv BtlldeuUi has u pi I   I
ii.'iciul or  lliisiness (  ial       tu
denl.tottiilii    Toaoliers1  f tiIII, ile> ,.f     I
prudes; j^-* the foul | ' .   l.,r Ihe
It.  ,. device, uud the Hrsl     ■■ n    ,1     ,.■   s,,|,,„,|
..I s.-ic course, In nlflllntiu .    I li Ilie  fti>
. rontoUniversity; hal o mi ..! or..-
Iioiil I'.'iniilv Herald   course lor miners who work Iii B C, I  <tr i •
Hon ta also i.i veu In Art, 51tislc, i hyslenlt'iit.
line  nod  llluetltloti,   Ter in. Sept,   It,
i US 5,    I or ' I.i I..I ..etc.. od.lr. ...
TOMORROW what ycu can do today ■
We are offering a limited quanity of Good Apples for $1.25 a box
Get a box now.
Following are the locations, cer
tiflcates of work, bills of suh', etc.
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, 11. ('., of tbe Grand
Forks mining division, from Ootober
15 to Novpmber 20, inclusive.
Black toil and Monitor, north of
Fife, J. W. Graham; l.X L.. near
Fife, Otto Jackson: Merrimack,
north of Fife, Elmer NVs; Earthquake, north of (iriind Forks, rein-
cilioo of Black Cat, Ida Lindholm;
Jackson fraction, Burnt Basin, (ieo.
A. Jackson; Tip-Top, Weleher
iii.ountaio, ]<red Russell; Marguerite
fraction, Central camp, \V. W. Craig:
St. John, Central camp, E. 0.
Lewis; Alderberry, relocation of. Pay
Ore, and Pine Grass, relocation of
Oversight. McKinley camp, Geo.
Frankovich; Tiger fraction, Fife,
Harry Soman!; Diamond, relocation
of Tip-Top, and Morning Slar, relocation of Ruby, Gloucester camp,
John Holm; Boundary Queen, relocation of Boundary Queen,Knight's
eamp, Joe Pringle; Prince, relocation of Big Dick, Summit wagon
read, Gus Johnson and John Anderson: I.nbisnn, relocation of Ruby,
McKinley camp, Lauretta Morrell;
Butte fraction, relocation of Butte
fraction. Summit camp, J. P. McLeod; Mineral Hill, relocation of
Mineral Hill, Gloucester amp, John
Holm; Torino fraction,Burnt Basin.
Joe Allegrouzi; Caledonian fraction,
Wellington camp, Thomas Hemmerle; Guardian, Wellington camp,
E. T. Wiokwire; Unlimited, Texas
creek, Henry   Moller; Sour  Dough, |
Texas creek, Ralph IC. Wolverton;
Dawson, relocation of Ymii', Smelter inoiiiiiain. Wm. Bennett; Fiiizy,
Christina lake, Fritz Cranberg,
Franklin, Burnt Basin, McNeely
et nl.; Silver Knot, Scuttle camp, E.
Clark; Treasury,Burnt Basin, Henry
P. Jackson; Yankee Boy fraction,
Bumf Basin, MoNeely et al.jG.OP.,
Gloucester eamp, ('has. A. Mix;
Northern Boy and Anna, Wellington camp, (!. W. Averill; Oold Hill
fraction, McBae creek, Cbas.Schwart-
zenhauer; Mrs. Noyes, Moody creek,
Philip Reilly; .Sunrise, Wellington
camp, J. A. Nelson; Little Cub fraction, Big Cub. Look.mt and Black
Bear, Franklin camp, Kermiin, et
al.; Blue Nose, Franklin camp, Reid
pt al.; Reliance fraction, Summit
camp, Frank Coote, Lookout,Franklin camp, survey, F. W. Reid; Lone
Pine, McKinley camp, survey, Reid
etal.; Hot Air, McKinley camp,
survey, Reid etal.; Blue Boll and
Ida, Brown's eamp, [da Lindholm;
Blue Grouse, Burnt Basin, McNeely
et al. ;• Union fraction, Wellington
cnmp, Wiokwire et al.; Lark fraction, Wellington camp, G. F. Raul-
stun; Protector, Goat mountain, L
Nell', Hartford, Goat mountain, M.
Hartinger et al.; Ittku, Goat mountain, F. Hartinger; Last Chance.
Goat mountain, L. Neff; Jumbo,
Goat mountain, Neff et al.
Iron Cap. Gloucester eamp, M. M.
Kennan; Triplicate fraction, Summit camp, John Mulligan and Jus.
F. Cunningham; Verde, Franklin
camp, W. II. Itter and C. N. Mardon ; Florence, Wellington camp, 15.
C.  Copper Co., Ltd.
Tripod fraction, Wellington camp,
Martin Lindquist to B. C. Copper
Co., Ltd.
Blueslone, Franblin.camp, James'
McDonald to B. J. Averill.
Monte Cristo, Silver Knot, Britton
and Last Chance, Seattle camp, C.
A. Clark to Ella Clark.
One-fourth interest in Ben-Hnr,
Christina lake, Chas. Dempster to
James K. Kelly.
One-half interest in .lingle Bell,
McRae ereek, John B. Singer to
John Ponovich,
One-third interest in Jingle Bell,
McRae creek, John B, Singer and
John Ponovich to John Cehovin.
For Rent—House formerly occupied by Mrs. W, I.. Wells; in Columbia. Apply McCalluin & McArdle.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Bonn
durv country. And we are the only
olliee in this section time huve the
correct matorial for printing it. The
Sun job oflice,
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office.
will be made under Part V. of lhe'"Water
Iliiiiioml Station  Agent.   (If  for ininliu. pur-
!„,.,..) "'tee Miner's,Vrlilieii'eNo	
le)   ll.e point of ni version:   About   innn feel
north from Sandner's mill, Christina Ukchnd
up tile ereek iiluml "nil feel 111 nu Kll.sti't'ly iliiee-
im The quantity of wator applied for (in eu-
lin'feet per second): One cubit (not.
(,■) 'Ilie elm meter of lb" proposed works    ....
(i) Tbe premi«e« ou whjoh the water ts to he
used (describe same): Cut of l.ol 1428. droop
On.', sinillkiiineen Division i.r Yule Muriel.     .
(_.■) The purposes for which Hie wator is lo bo
used! Domestic nnil Irrigation.
II:) If tor Irrlitni.on describe the lnn.1 luieu.l-
ed lobeirrlnato'd.alvln* iioremzc Partof i.m
ll.:i Oroup One, Similkameen Division of Yalo
District, 'en aores. more or less.
(i) l.'ilie wilier is to bo used forpoworor minimi purposesdesortlic the plnce whore Hie wator
is lo lie returned u. some natural channel, uml
ilie ilurerenco In altitude betweon Hie point of
dlvcrsi mil lbe point of relnni    	
(j) Area of Crown I I Intended to be occupied bv ihe proposed works	
(i<) This nollco was posted on tho twclftt dny
of ictober, HIIIB.niid application will be mnde
(I) (Jive lthe names mul addresses of nny
rlpiirlilu proprietors or licensees who or whose
lundiuiro likely to beall'eelcd by the proposed
Worts, either obovo or below lhe mil lei; Charles
(Slliliatnre) WILLIAM w.U.MSI.KY,
g.. o. Aihliv-s) Cascade, 1). c.
The following table gives the ore
fnr 1905,1906  and for tbe past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. I'lioenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood.!	
B, C. Mine, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Relic, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Idaho,  Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
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, (Ireenwood	
Elkhorn, (ireenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle  ,,'",
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. D. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skylark .'	
Mavis, Skvlark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen. Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
(iranby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  •
Dominion CopperCo.'s Smelter	
Total Treated	
shipments of   Boundary
/ Week
1,148,237 1,470,682
887,626 1,031,671
3ll,.)o2 355,936
153,439 _!_!,lin(i
1,133,017    1,420,272        37,680
Bridge Street,
The hest nml must
aubntautiul lire-proof
buildiiiffiti the iJonn-
(itiry rmiiitrv. Kp-
ceutly completed and
u r w ly fumlghed
throughout. Equip.
ped wit I. nil modern
elwtricnJ conveniences, Cent rally located. Kirst-cliiss au-
ravelling publio.
Hot and Gold Baffin
First-CUm Bar, Pool
and Billiard Returns
in Connection.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have tiie most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, nnd carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates nnd Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Faro and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Puds,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
-the kind we do—is in itself nn
advertisement, und a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best, Let us estimate nn your order. We guarantee
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
—in vi hen im .
Totiil to    I_.nti.nt      Per
Hut...      Date.   Share
Authorised .—sharks—. Pali!
Name or Comfai.Y.M       Capital,   tailed. Par. IM*.             	
l;raiih.v( oiKiiliilntpil- Cupper...S15,i«Kl,TO     1113,11110 tllKI H.Kli.l'liO .J;i,r,i;-,.',:l(l life. IMS *».«!
Darlbqo Molili y—Oold     l.SSO.OOO l,BSO,0W    $1 946,887 Feb. 1904     ""
Providence-Silver Sfcamniio     ai ixio    *!i 16,000 18,234 Sept. 1906
B.O, Copper-Copper     8,000,000   ;..<H.,ll<Xl     |B .... __01.aiw Sept. 1IW7
1 he Oliver 1 ypewriter
for 17 Gents a Day!
Plef_.sc reed tlu- headline'overngntu, Thou its
tremendous RiaalJIcanco will  I mm upon vou.
ah Oliver Typewriter—the "Undnrd visible
writer—the most highly per.   teii typewriter
mt tin' market—yours for 17 cent*    tiny!
Thu typewriter whoneconquest of (he coin*
merqinl world Is a matter of nUior^—yours for
H centsadsyl
The typewriter t hHt. is equipped with score* ol
suoh coiiveuiviices as "The Balance flhfft"-
"Tho KulihRDevice"—"Tho J><>i>hiu Rcleaso"-
"The Locomotive Pa<e"— -The Antoinette
Spacer"—"The Automatic Tnhiihit "" - 'Thp
-"The AdJuBcnhle Hiv
porhliigers1 -"The s.-t-
eutlflo Condensed Koy
board "-ml I
Yours for   1' |
Cents a  Day!
Wo announced thii*
.Jy, jnst in fool ihe ptilso oi
the people Siranly a small ensh payment-
then 17 cents a day. That lathe elan lu a nut-
Tiie result has been such a deluge <if appliea*
ini'H hir machines that wo are simply astounded.
Too demand comes from people of all classes,
all Hges, all occupation*.
Tno majority of Itiquirtcs has come frnm people of known llnatiuiai bihiiuIuk wiio were at*
tnicted by the novelty of the pti»p°s ""■ Au
impressive de mi lustration of the Immense pop*
ularityof the Oliver Tvpewnter
A   Startling n.nllnii.itio.)  of uur  belief  that
lhe Kra of Universal Typewriting is mlmm!.,,
A   Quarter  of a Million People
"   are Making Money with
The Standard Visible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter Is n money-maker
right from the word "gol" So tmsv to run that
begin hers soon eel In llic'cxpert" class,   i'arn
-oil learn.   Let the machiuu ray Hie 17 cents
tv-rttld all iinow that Is yours.
rhereverynuare, there Is work .to bo done
arei money to be i le by using tho Oliver. The
business world is calling for Oliver operators.
There ait: not enough to supply the demand.
Tlieirsalaries are considerably above those of
many classes of workers,
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is the battle cry todav, tVc have made
tbe Oliver supremo In usefulness aud absolutely
hidispeusabic in business. Now comes the enn
ijiiesi oi' the homo,
Tho simplicity and strength of Hie Oliver lit it
for family use. It Is becoming an Important
factor in the home training nf .voting people.
An educator as well us a money maker.
Our new Belling plan puts ih<* Oliver on ihe
threnhnld "f every home lu America. Will von
-»ose the d.Kit of vmir homo or office on tbis re-
arkiUileOIlvel oil -vi
Write lot further details of our easy offer and
a freecopj ol the new Oliver catalog.   Ad ress
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typtfwrltor Building,
Always Curries iu Stock
;i Fresh Supply of]
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
P.  A. Z.  PARE, Proprietor
1st Door Nohtii op Granby Mora.,
Fiiiht Stuf.kt.
Heavy and Li^lit Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Pas-
sengers arid Trunks to and
from all trains.
RuTHBRFOKn  linns., Props.
60   YEARS'
Trade Marks
.... Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending a nketcb nnd description ma?
quickly oscertuln onr opinion frue whether an
Irvontlon ll prohnblrpateninhto. Cummunlca*
tions Btrictlyrmibdentiiil. HANDBOOK on Patente
Bent froo. Oldest fluency rorHL-euriiiKptttents.
Patents ttikcn throuuh Ahum & Co. receive
•win! notice, withoutClmrtfo, iutb9
Scwtic ftwnm.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. LnrRest circulation or any Bcicntino journal. Tormt for
Caiia<la,*:i.iii a your,foatugo prcnuld. Sold by
■U uoViftdLMlcr*.
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