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Ninth Year—No. 41.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday, August 13, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Kettle Valley Line Has Not
Lived Up to Its Agreement With City
; company's proposed line of railway
i from tbe city of Grand Korks for a
| distance of fifty miles up the north
fork of Kettle river shall begin, and
shall be in progress on or before the
22nd day of June, A. D. 1908, and
shall be completed nntl in running
order und shall be operated as a
railway so as to nflord proper and
adequate facilities for passengers
and freight upon and over the said
railway on or before the'22nd day of
June, 1908.
On motion of Messrs. Hutton and
Mader, a resolution was adopted de
daring that it was the sense of the
meeting that a recommendation be
made to the city council regarding
the Kettle Valley lines' agreement
with the city, and that some arrangement be made to force the railway company to live up to its agreement with the city, dated March 7,
Fruit Prices Firm
Editor Evening Sun.
Victoria, August 10.—J. C. Metcalfe, fruit commissioner, wires the
department of agriculture from Win
nipeg as follows: "Prices for al
deciduous fruits are firmer, and
quotations to jobbers are higher for
peaches, plums and prunes. Chicago
and eastern markets are higher ow
ing to increased demand for Pacific
coast fruits. Private reports to jobbers state that the Ontario crop is
below medium, and the fruit small
and of poor quality. American apri
cots over." Wm. IC. Scott,
Deputy Minister of Agrtculttire.
The public meeting in the city
hall on Monday night, called by the
mayor in response to a numerously
signed petition, for the purpose of
considering the advisability of memorializing the local government to
urge tbe Kettle Valley line to start
work at once on its proposed
line from Lynch creek to Franklin
camp, was attended by a large number of citizens, although tbe business community was not very largely
Mayor Clark presided. The case
against the Kettle Valley line was
set forth by W. H. Dinsmore, the
circulator of the petition, Leo Mader and P. H. Donaldson, the two
latter gentlemen pointing out the
resources of the North Fork country.
Messrs. Fisher and Dem uth,
of the Kettle Valley line, contended that a line from Lynch
creek to Franklin would be a losing
The following are the clauses ir,
liie railway bill which it is claimed
have been violated:
Section 7. The railway . company
shall construct and complete at least
twenty five miles of grade durlngjtbe
year i'.UO, commencing and prosecuting construction at not less than
three places; at least fifty miles of
grade during the year 1911; at least
lil'ty miles of grade during the year
1912, and the remainder of the lines
between Midway and the Nicola valley and up the north fork of the
Kettle river within tbe time stipulated in the agreement of the 28th
day of February, 1910.
Section A of company's agreement: To begin construction of the
lines herein referred to within four months from the ratification
of this agreement by the legislature
of tbe province, antl to proceed con
tinuously anil witb reasonable expe,
dition witb the construction of tbe
said lines, the whole to be completed
within four years from the ratification of this agreement by the legis-
Clause 1 of Section B, A line from
Giand Forks up tbe north fork ofthe
Kettle river, not less titan 30 miles.
On moiion of F. H. Hutton and
W. H. Dinsmore, the chairman was
instructed to appoint a committee of
three to draft a resolution to the
provincial government requesting
that the mutter of the construction
ol' tbe North Fork line be thorough'
ly investigated, nntl if only ten miles
beyond the present terminal is to be
built,tbat the railway eompany be'
compelled to go ahead with tbe construction of tha same, ami tbat a I
copy of the resolution be forwarded
to Premier MoBrlde, tbe. attorney-
general, and to Krnest Miller.M.P.P. i
Messrs.    F.   11.  Hutton,   W.   H.
Dinsmore  and  A. C. Sutton   were I
named as such committee.
Attention was also directed to the ; ,,.,.., Grftn(] F__rk_. Pmh Growerg,
following clauses in the agreement llssooiation thia week cnimnenced l0
which tbe Kettle \ alley Line company entered into with the city of
(irand Forks in 190fi:
Section 1-1. Tbat the rights and
privileges granted by this agreement
to the company shall be enjoyed by
Alden J. Champagnie, of Green
land, Mich., and Miss Violet Anna
Rankin, of Calumet, Mich., were
married at the Methodist parsonage
on Thursday, August 4th, Rev. Mr.
Calvert performing the ceremony.
The couple will resitle south of the
international boundary line.
Judges of the Canadian National
Apple Show, to be held in Vancouver in November, have been appointed as follows: Prof. II. E.
VanDieman, Washington, chief
judge; Prof. John Craig, of Cornell
university, Ithica, N.Y., formerly
of Toronto; Prof. Wilbur K. Newell,
president of the Oregon state board
of horticulture; W, H. Hunting, St.
Catherines; .Martin Burrell, M.P.,
(irand Forks, and Prof. F. C. Sears,
Massachusetts Agricultural college,
Amherst, Mass.
The meeting held Inst niglit for
tho purpose of considering the reorganization of the Athletic association did not result in any definite
action being taken. Another meet-
ir.g will probably be called for next
Friday night.
Tbe garden party which was to
have been held at tbe  residence   of
Hugh Fawsett Baaly Injured
in an Accident at the
Smelter on Tuesday
A rear-end collision of the two
slag trains at the Granby smelter on
Tuesday evening resulted in serious
injuries to Hugh Fawsett, engineer
of one of trains. When Mr. Faw
sett's engine collided with the other
train the hot slug from one of the
pots spilled and flooded his cab and
the ground around the engine. He
jumped to tbe ground, antl in alighting fell on his bands in the hot slag,
burning them almost to the bone.
His face was also badly burned. He
was removed to the Cottage hospital, and his condition at present is
reportetl to be improving, thouilh
his wounds are yet very painful. It
was at first feared that ht would
lose both hands, but the latest indications are that a complete recovery
may be expected after being laid up
for two or three months.
Dave Evans, of the North Fork,
was in the city today. He stated
that while the forest fires were
spread out over a large territory, the
fire warden had so far succeeded in
keeping them out of the good tim
tier. With the exception of the
burning of the bniltliogs at the Mc
Kinley and Strawberry mines, antl'
the destruction of a, hundred cords
of wood for Bob Lindholm, very
little damage to improvements had
been done.
W. E. Hadden returned on Mon
day from the annual convention ol
the Western Federation of Miners
in Denver, Mr. Hadden states that
the convention transacted a great
deal of important business. As a result of the deliberations of the session the Western Federation of
Miners and the American Federation of Labor will combine forces
within a month or two. Tbe convention tlecidetl to continue the
light against Willi im Hearst antl his
Homestake mine to the bitter end.
The federation will erect a monument to the memory of the late ex-
Congressman Freeman Knowles, a
well known journalist ami writer on
economics,of Deadwood, S. D. The
next conventian will be held in
Butte, Mont., ami the headquarters
of the federation will probably be
moved to that city.
The -Dreamland theatre   management deserves a great ileal   of  oredlt
for the metropolitan  style in  which
the. outside of tlie building is   lighted
at night.    It is an attractive   adver-
Mr. .1. B.   Henderson   on  Tuesday  tisement to strangers sojourning in the
evening, August 16, by tbe ladies jof oity, and the citizens  should  show
the Holy Trinity branch  of  the VV.   their appreciation   of  this  enterprise
A., bas been postponed to some I'u- ] by patronizing the shows more hber-
ture date.
The directors of tbe
have  appointed T.   R.
Nelson fair
Powers,  of
meeting; will be held in the city
ball. At large and representative
attendance is requested.
Two furnaces were blown out at
the Cranbv smelter last night as a
result of the fire in Phoenix yesterday.
Even if it were true, it would be
unkind to refer to a citizen as "visiting the scenes of his former childhood."
Rev. W. R. Ross, aged 79, died
at the home of bis son-in-law in
this city at about 10 o'clock lastSat-
day evening. Deceased leaves a
family of three sons and three
daughters —Walter M., of Prince
Rupert; John M., of Orient, Wash.,
and Norman S., Mrs. Ernest Miller,
Mrs. George Manson and Miss Efiie,
of this city.
The late Rev. Ross was born in
1831 at Aberdeen, Scotland, and
graduated master of arts at King's
university in that city. He was
licensed to the ministry in the year
1855, and the following year emigrated lo Canuda. For five years
after his arrival in this country he
was engaged in missionary work
throughout the eastern provinces of
the Dominion, and was, in the fall
of 1857, ordaned into the Presbyterian church at Kingston, Ont.
His first charge was at Pickering,
Ont., at which place he remained
for over fifteen yeaas, moving west
in 1877 to Carmen, Man., where he
remained for some eleven years.
This was in the early pioneer days of
the Atest, when the country was
very sparsely settled, and Mr. Ross
covering a field which at the present
lime occupies the attention of nine
ministers of the Presbyterian church.
From Manitoba he went to Chilliwack, B. O, where he continued his
missionary work for some three
years, afterwards moving to Sapper-
ton, and thence to Donald, staying
at the latter place three years' In
ISGG he married Elizabeth Miller at
Markham, Ont Owing to the ill-
health of his wife, be once more
moved back to the prairie country,
,'oing to Belmont, Man., where he
remained for three years, moving
back to Carman in 1X!)N. Mis last
charge was at High Bluff, Man.,
where he was superanuated from
the ministry after a half century of
Property Valued at $150,-
000 Destroyed Yesterday Afternoon
The most disastrous fire that has
ever visited Phoenix started at 3:50
yesterday afternoon in the No. 3 oil
house of the Granby company. It
traveled very rapidly along tbe covered approach of the tannel and tbe
No. 3 crusher. Sparks from tbe
crusher building soon began to fall
on the lower streets, and . the Presbyterian and Methodist churches,
the Palace livery stables, public
school bouse, the Pioneer office, 0.
B. Smith's residence, and the
Hodges cottage were set on fire. The
new machine and blacksmith shops
of the Granby company shared the
same fate. At one time it looked as
if that part of Phoenix known as tht:
upper would be completely wiped
out, but the excellent work of the lire
department and the Granby employees finally got the Hames under
control. So far as known no one
was killed and only one person
slightly injured. The buildings destroyed are the Granby machine
shops and No. 3 crusher, covered
approaches, O. B. Smith's house,
Hodges' cottage, Presbyterian and
Methodist churches, Palace livery
stables, and Pioneer building. The
loss is estimated at $150,0110. All
the buildings destroyed carry insurance.
About 5 o'clock a call for assistance was received in this city, antl
the fire department antl a large number of citizens immediately made
preparations to go I'hoenix by a
Great Northern special. Before
they got startetl, however, the onler
was countermanded,
A. Manly returned on Monday
from a trip to Princeton. He stall's
that Jim Hill is still predicting a
financial panic, and work on the
V., V. IC. west of Princeton bas
nearly been suspended.
Thos. Watts, electrician at tbe
Granby smelter, left today for Rossland and Northport to procure electrical machinery to replace that
which was destroyed in   the   I'hoe-
cburcli work.    In 1903 he moved to  "ix ''"''•
this city with his wife antl   family.      Mrs. Birnie returned to ber home
is wife died on February 8, 1909. '"   Phoenix   last Saturday, after a
The funeral look place at I o'clock
on Monday afternoon, tbe service
being held at the residence of ICruost
Miller,   M.P.P.,   s„„.in-law  of the h. i„. been working in   the
short visit with Mrs. P.   M.   Kerby.
Miss Kerhy accompanied hor,
V A. Davies returned to the city
on Wednesday from Cascade, where
he bas been winking in   the   power
deceased.    Rev, M. D. McKee, pas   plant for a couple ol months,
tor of Knox church, conducted   tbe    u ,.; Ki„|1(,. „, llopub|i0i rreigh,
ervice,   assisted hy   Dr. J. T. Fer   I passenger agent   ol   tli.- Keltle
guaon, of Nelson, moderator of tbe Valley line, was a business visitor
resbyteriiiii Bynod of   British   Oil-  hi the City tins week,
unibia.    Tbe latte
pack and ship their summer varie-  this city, in charge of  District  No
ties of apples. Their entire crop
has been purchased by Wm. Mo-
Nair tt Co., of Armstrong, at a price
which will  net the   growers 81.25
0, to be known as the Boundary I
district, anil which embraces all tbe
territory between Castlegar antl
Rock Creek.
the coinpany only so long as it sub-' per box for apple* and 60 cents per j m q( ^^ ^
stantmlly  complies   with the terms box for plums. ,       ,     ,  ,    ,    ,     , ,,  , ,
and provisions of this agreement.   hoard   of  trade  has been called by
Paragraph  .'! of Section 15.   The     Mr. and   Mrs.  Forbes M.   Kerby President Hood for Tuesday even-
actual construction of  the   railway and baby left for tbe coast this week,  ing, August 16th, at 8 o'clock.    The
r gentleman  oe-
livercil   an   address eulogizing  the
character and wurk of Mr. Robs,
who was tbe father of the synod.
There was a large attendance of the
public and of the members of Harmony lodge, A.F. tt A.M., who preceded the bearse in procession to the
cemetery, where nfier tho service by
the clergymen had heen completed, Carson
the impressive ritual of the order
was performed The lloral offerings
were numerous and elaborate, and
as a mark of respect the merchants
of the city closed their stores at 't
Miss Sinclair, who Ins been visiting her sislt-r. Mrs. II. W. W'ligbt,
has returned to ber borne in Ed-
Martin Burrell, M.P,, and Mrs.
Burrell returned from the irrigation
convention in Kamloops on Monday,
11. W   Collins has  moved  from
his   ranch   on  the  Invert estate In
Roy Curran left today for n threo
weeks'   vacation   trip  to tho coast
li. Whiteside, barrister, made a
professional visit tu Phoenix thia
®{|r Hinting §mt
Published at Grand Porka. British Oolumhta
Bdltor aud Publisher
A lilf a>r thi-! paper can h** seen at the office
of Ueun. K, A J. Hardy & Co.,80,81 and 82.
pleet Street, B.C.. Loudon. Etitrlaml, tree uf
oh a rue, ami tlt_it firm will bo glad i*> rooeive
subsorliitloiis nnd advertlsenienti ou uur behalf.
One Yeur $J.M
One Vear (In advance)  1-00
Idvertlfltnn rates furnished mi inu
Leu nl notices, IU and D oenti ix*c line.
Aduresa all eomrauuleatloua to
Thk Evening Sun,
Phonb B74 Grand Forks, B.C.
til the water was around his neck
and was carried into about twelve
feet of water, where his body was
taken out half an hour later. Me
came to Danville a short time ago
from Fernie, B.C., where he has
A collision between a Great North-
em freight engine and the I'hoenix
passenger engine at Weston on Tuesday damaged hoth the locomotives
to such an extent lhat they had to
he sent to Hillyard for repairs.
The Cascade plant of the West
Kootenay Power coinpany was closed
down this week. Enough power iv
at present Jbeing generated at the
Bonnington Falls plant.
Miss Jessie Stuart has accepted
the position of teacher of the pri
niary division of the Movie public
The Sun does not anticipate any
startling developments as a result of
tbe public meeting last Monday
night. According to its agreement
with the government, the Kettle Valley Lilies company has until the
lirst of January next in which to
grade twenty-live miles. The clause
compelling the company to start
work in three different places is so
ambiguous that is it worthless. It
is possible to start work in three
different places on a single mile of
grade. After perusing the railway
bill, it appears to doubtful if the
government could compel the company to complete the line to Franklin camp before the expiration of
four years, even if every clause of
tbe agreement iB enforced. Little
help from Victoria can therefore be
depended upon. But the meeting
brought to light the fact that the
Kettle Valley Lines company hail
violated its agreement with the city
of Grand Forks, entered into in
190(1. l.y terms of this agreement
the company secured from the city
concessions and privileges which
should, in a few years, he worth almost as much as it will cost to build
the road to Franklin. Why the
agreement was not enforced, and
who is to be blamed for its non-
enforcement, we are not at psesent
prepared to state. It is our candid
opinion, however, that our only
hope of securing transportation facilities for the North Fork district
in the future lies through this channel. Tbe railway company collected its toll fro-n the city on the
promise of extending the road to
Franklin. Now let it fullill that
promise, or else tear up its tracks
through the city.
The directors of the Grand Forks
Agricultural association met last
night and appointed a number of
subconimitted. Splendid progress
is being made in regard to arranging
the details of the fair to be held in
this city on October 1 and 6. At
present it is the intention of tbe
directors to bold the exhibits in the'
skating rink building, while tbe]
aihletic spurts in connection with
the fair will take place at the association's grounds in the Ruckle addition, The prize list is now nearly
ready for the printer.
The Sun predicts heavy rains in
the Kettle valley on Sunday night
The total value of the mineral
production of British Columhia for
the year 1909 was $24,443,025, an
increase over 1908 of 8591,748. Tbe
tonnage of ore mined in the province in 1909 was '2,057,713 tons, n
decrease of 825,893 tons as compared
with that for 1908. Over 75 per
cent of this tonnage was shipped
Irom mines of the Boundarv district, while the mines of Phoenix
camp contributed over 50 per cent
of tbe tonnage.
Sam  Horner  is   spending a few
weeks in Vancouver.
Some business men are so fond of
being deceived that they even endeavor to believe that thev can reach
the consumers of this district with
out advertising in The Sun.
Republic's famous]] string orchestra will present itself for the
amusement of the dancing public of
Grant! Forks, at the Grand Forks
opera house, on Friday night, August 19, 1910. Those desiring to
hear the melodious charms of the
highest class of music may have the
opportunity of doing so on the above
date. When the representative of
the orchestra descended from a Great
Northern train Thursday morning
the atmosphere seemed to be pervaded witb a strong sense of sociability and friendship combined,
which gives assurance that there is
nothing slow about Grand Forks
and its pleasure seeking population.
J. R. Sovereign.
Holy Trinity Church,Henry Steele,
Elector—Sunday services: Holv communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will bo celebrated at
tbe 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
it.m. Week-day antl special services
as they are announced from time to
time. You aro cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox Pkksiiytkkian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sabbath scbool anil Itible class at
9:45 a.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Rev. M. D. McKee, pastor,
METHODIST Churoh, Bev. Schliebter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. antl 7:30 p.m.; Sunday .school
antl Bible class at 9:15 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mitl-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, iS p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist   Church,    Rev. H.    W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at   11   a.  in. anil   7:30  p.   in.;   Bible,
class antl Sunday school   at __.30 p.m.
Mining Stock Quotations
jjgNEW YoitK.Aug. 12.—The follow,
ing are today's opening quotations foi
tlio stocks mentioned;
Asked. Bid
Granny Consolidated.    38 00    32.00
II.  C. Copper       5.60      4.00
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, Aug. 12.—Silver, 53J
.standard copper, $11.75@12.10, dull.
London, Aug. 12—Silver, 24 11-16;
lead, £12 ils 3d.
1    fi *_^'vi»    *> f .Vw*'-r_$t_faj
rhe Wheels of Business
Our Classified Want Ails, furnish a
lubricant th.it is U'hxI for any kind ol
business machinery
On yuu want an employer or an em
ployec Have you something to sell or is
there something you wish to buy?
No mailer how lar^c or how small
your business is. Condensed Ads. will im
prove il—Oil up.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watt and
two children, of Laootnbe, Alta., arrived in the city today, and will
visit for a short time at the homo of
Mrs. Watt's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Herrick.
A young man named Eriekson,
employed hy the Danville Lumber
company, was drowned while bathing in the Kettle river at Danville
last week. He was not able to swim
and waded out into the current  Un-
Tells How  After  Giving lip
Hope She Was Cured of
After reading this straightforward
statement of Mrs. Elizabeth E. Anderson of Mecbanicsburg, Pa., go to
Woodland k Co.'s antl get a large
bottle of Parisian Sage for only 80
cuts, and if it don't tlo for you what
it did for .Mrs. Anderson, tbey will
ive you your money back. J ust read
this letter; it's worth your while:
I bad given up hope of over being
oured of dandruff, when I purchased a
bottleof Parisian Sage, It has en-
tirely removed tbe dandruff, and has
started a growth of new hair, and all
tbis ul'ter having been troubled for 15
years. I cheerfully recommend Parisian Sage."
Parisian Sage cures dandruff, because it gets right down into the roots
of tbe hair antl kills the thousands of
pernicious daiidriill' germs.
Since the introduction of Parisian
Sage into Canada, it lias been in demand by thousands of up-to-date society women. Parisian Sage will turn
harsh, lusterless, ill-looking hair into
bright, luxuriant hair in a few days.
It is a delightful and invigorating
dressing, contains no dye or harmful
ingredients and is not sticky or greasy.
The girl with the Auburn hair on
every package.
EEDLEWORK minted t■. tlo nt home, Cull
on Mrs. Win   Keron, Second street.
GOOD PASTURAQK for cattle ...use to city:
sate fence: abin.tl_._te ot feed.   For terms
apply to John Hammer, fourth of .Inly oreelt.
WANTED-Sltuatlou us Janitor or bartender.   Aililrcss \V.  J.. Qenerttl  Delivery,
Grinul Korku, 11. C.
rURNISHBU BOOMS-Apply Mrs. B.Graw-
r f..ni.
ADVERTISING SPACIi In The Sim.the most
widely reatl newapapur In the Kettlo Vulley.
VPKWItlTER-Oliver;   now.    Apply  Sun
TllltHK  BOTTLES cold  Nelson Beer   Mo.
I     I.Ion lliittliii|_* Works.
BARN AND HOUSE—The  Forrester barn, -'
lots nml house, iu C'lilunililii.   Apply .). II.
Platlt, Box Hi.
ARQB MOTTLE Port Wine 7So,  Lion Bot-
L   tling Works.
LAND—160 aores good timothy lnnd.  Apply
Hits office.
SPACE for  iidvcrtlsini.   purpos s   in  The
Ql'ECiAL lll.l) POUT Jl per gallon.   Lion
O    Bottling Works.
Hni Air, Lone Pine and Lookout Mineral
Olnims. situate in the tlraml Forks Mining
Division ul Vale District.
Where located:   la McKinley eamp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Fred   W.  Reid, Fn e
I     Miners' Certificate No. B_:iL>5'.l, for  myself
and as agent for .1. w. rook, Fiec Miners'
Certificate No. Iiaiait),and A.I. Whiteside,
Free Miners' Certificate No. BUM, Intend,
sixty dais from the dato hereof, io npply to
tlie Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvement! for the purpose of ulitaliiitig
Crown '.units of the nbovo ehiims.
Anil.further tnke notioe that notion, tlinler
section 87, must he ciiliitneiiceil before the
issuance of sueh Ccrtificntcs of Improvement.
Dated this 2:trd day of July, A 1) Will.
A Dollar  Goes a
Long Way
when you bu^l 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
.\\t<-<>''..- V,-'
Snap it gjuick
Why"   not  get   a
permanent picture
of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line.
-2 WOOD LAND    6c   CO.
• if
In the Estate of Wassil Kiszkoin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against the late
Wassil Kiszkoin, who .lied on the
Kith day of February, 1910, at Grand
Forks, B.C., are requested to send by
[iost, prepaid, or deliver to the un
dersigned, solicitors fur the above estate, their names anrl addresses antl
full particulars in writing of their
claims antl statement of their accounts
and the nature of securities (if any)
held hv them.
And take notice, that after the 1st
day of July, 11)10, the executor wil]
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to tho
claims uf which they shall have had
Dated this 20th day of May, A.D.
Eckstein it McTaooaiit,
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B. C.
Solicitors for Executors.
City and Suburban
__*•» ___Wb P" ^^—l">X17r, FT. LOT between
«L   rfKri    s' -"",u "'   Thl ''  streets,
j» - d ** J aLfl j"sl '''',v" J'l'itf-' i.ciiuiy'.s
*pWw audit. Guw'h iilitcea; i-en-
u ru ted from nil other properties by 80*tt.
lime: us iiiruHa- seven or eluht ordinary Iota,
adjoin I tiff intM are worth $lfi0i would mnke
nice homo, witli bu (Hole nt ground for ohlok*
•■us. t'rmt, ._f.nl''u mul   lawni most deairabla
ocutloti In city.
-85 ACHliS adjoining
city limit., on   s uitli ;
ll ueres dieured: lfiO
t fruit trees) new four*
room Iiouhd: barn f'>r *\\ horses; horse,
btmiry. double hurness ami rui-mintf implement^   All for $8200.   KitK.v terniH.
First-class work in every branch
of the business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let us submit estimates on work.
PIPYPI CC A full line of high-
DIulULCO grade 11)10 models
of wheels.    Sundries and repairs
of all kinds. I
Winnipeg    Avenue
BuilderS Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties liiti'inliiiu to build will do well to con
Hlllt 1110.
mul three l>'ts within
one block of business
centre; lawn, shade
berr} bushes lartre garden,
Will also sell furniture of houde if desired.
One-half oashi balnnoe terms.
trees, 70 beitrtntri 2'
gooieberrk'Bi currants
irost: tint best loentbn
plenty of fjojil wutf
huUsei woodnhed and oittbul)dlnpS; we
pump; Rood fence. This is n sacrifice, b
erlsuboiil toltmVQClty.   Tori:
I'i.   miles from town)
7-room  honse,   plmt*
oretli large rjryshed,
woodshed;   IM   fruit
trees, 70 bearing; 2';, acres nlrawheiT.es.
gooieberrii'Bi curranUi raspberries! free from
irost: the best locationaroutin Grand Korks;
plenty of gojil water: fruit uml crop Included,
Hetweeli ;i hnd 4 ucres
In West end of city;
first-class soil, nil under cnl ivatlon; small
Well and
pump; Rood rence. mis is usaeriuce.asown
is about to leave city. Terms.
■$8000 cash, htil-
uiu't' terms. One
ol host hotels in
*******    m   -aw r  -w  •******■  *******   tbe business cell
treof Grand Polks; now doing a profitable
busiue&flt owner desires to remove to ihe
const. This is the best bargain in this part
of the province, as there are but seven hotel
licenses in tho Urand Porks. Oity ts growing
rapidly, Soother town in southern Hritish
Columbin has us bright future projects.
For further information re
gardinfl the above properties
call or address
Application for Transfer of Liquor
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
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 by
ine in respect of the Colin Hotel, in
the said City of Grand Forks, from
myself to Charles E. Peterson and
(jus Eastman,
Dated  at Grand  Forks, B.C., May
8rd, 11)10.
p. i). Mcdonald.
To the Lioense Commissioners for the
City of (In.11k Forks,
Viilc Linn! Dlltrlot, olH.riot i»f Similkameen,
TAKK NOTIdl! tlmt Walter Gur)', of Bran-
1   tton, Mini.. .ui'i'iiiHitimi Fur r, intiMiilt, to
apply for permtiilon t„ purahaio the following ilt'.Hi'iiln'il lauds:
CommenoltlR at    u   pout   planteil   on   lhe
south boundary of Lot  H4IS, Hint itlioilt ten
ohains norih ol tlie N.W. ooi r of hot 717 on
Big Sheep Creeki theuco wesl liki ohuitm
thenee south Plehnins; thenee enst 80 Chains!
thenee north 20 ehnhis: thenee east silehnins:
thenee north 20 ehiihi. to puftit of OOmmeuoe*
WALTER GBRr, Applicant,
hy J.R Cranitmi, His '
Dntcd this 12lh ilny of Maroh, 1910
s Ai;eii
Don't forget thut The Sun mis the
best job printing deparrment in the
Boundary country.
The Sun job department still
leads all Boundary printing estab-
inents for modern material and the
up-to-data quality of the work it
turns out. Show curds for widnows and  inside'
are a   fine  form   of   silent salesmen. I
Make them  brief, terse  and  pointed,
Print  them  plainly, to be road at a
A new lot of latest designs of pro
gram and menu cards just received at
TlIK Sun job olliee.
Mew Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the j
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances nf
copper, it is a pracioal book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the coppes
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4636 copper
mines and companies iu all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
top; 87.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on ap
proval, to any address ordered, anil
may be returned within a week of re
ceipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
I 453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Buttercup Ice Cream
Our SODA FOUNTAIN is now running full swing, and we
can give the best satisfaction as to QUICK SERVICE
Special Prices on Ice Cream for Garden Parties, Afternoon Teas, Etc
| Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
.    444q
iin?Fprc~ifrii''ljf' ......4....- .»..
ir.JHI."h-p;ff--i'_rj:L.^.J''   ;*lrJ'   <_ l;|.-f*'l|3N1??*^
Hotel C°lin
Opposite Great Northern Station
Recently completed ami
newly furnished throughout. Conveniently loenteil
for railway men. I'irst-
class neoommodntioni for
transient!. It 0 a r il a u (1
rooms by the week at prevailing rates. Pine line of
wines, Liquors and Cigars
always iu stoek at the Inir
Grand Forks, B. C.
Ya> Lnnd District, Distrlot ol Similkameen,
TAKB notioothat [, Agness Bllen PauUon,
I oi itntnlaud, B. 0« oocupntioii Wife, In-
tenth io aiM>lv for permission to purohase
the following^ ono ri bed lands:
Oommenolng at   a  |K>sl    planted   at the
southwest corner of .Tumi's Miller's pre-pmp-
tlott, lot 1183 S., oil Deep ('reck : tlieuce north
llll eliains: thenee we-t JDclialns: thence south
-'ll   chains;   thence   we-t    ID   flbutnsl   thenee
sonili BO chains; theuce east BO ohains to the
point of commencement
J. tt, Cranston, Agent.
Duteil May 16th, 1001.
Yule Land District, District of Similkameen,
TAKK NOTICK that 1,Thomas Henrv Paiil-
I son of Paulson, • •■ C, oooupntion Merchant. Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lunds:
Commencing "t a post plnnted about sixty
ohains northeast of the northwest corner nf
Miller's pre-emption, Lot 1181 S.; on Deep
Creek; tbence east 40 ohainsi thenoe north
40 chuins: thenee west SO chains; thenciuiorth
80   chains:   thence   west   -ID chains;    thence
nth 80chains; thence enst 20 ciiuins; tbence
south 40Chains to point of commencement.
3. it. Cranston. Agentt
Dated May nth, lit)".
Downey's Cigar Store
A ('omim.etk Stock op
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
a Fresh Consign tnetf I of
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
Yule Lnnd District, District of .Similkameen,
TAJCK not ice tbat St-in 0. Jones, of 'olennui,
• Alta.. occupation Minor. Intends to up-
i ly for permission to purchase the following
described lands:
id leiiein   al   a post   idunted   ubout   SI)
_ chains east ol the miiitlieasT corner of l.ul
W UiOn. <m Deep Creek, and on the south side of
the West Kootenai Power & Light Company's right of way: titmice west along the
W.K.P.A L.Co.'s right of way 60 chains;
thenoe south 20 chains: thence euBt 60 chains:
thenoe north20 chains to the point of commencement,
STAN c. JONES, Applicant.
J. tt. Cranston, His Agent.
Dated tilts 16th duy of April. 1010.
(Published Annually)
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suburbs, the directory contaiUB lists of
with the Goods they ship, ami the Colonial
ami foreign Markets tbey supply;
arranged under the Ports to which tbey sail.
and indicating thu approximate Suitings;
of leu'Hng Manufacturers, Merchants, etc, in
the principal provincial towns and Industrial
centres of tho United Kingdom
A copy of the current edition will be fo:
warded, freight  paid,  on receipt of Postal
Order for 20S.
Dealers seeking Agenoles can advertise
their trade curds tor 11, or larger udvertlse
mollis from £3.
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Tu reach the large and ever-increasing
oirulo of our readers than through Thk
Sun's advertising columns.
complete lino of 1910 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent.   Gko. VV, CooPKB,   Winnipeg
We have some of the highest gradi
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought tfi
tlie Boundary.    Sun .lob Office,
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. fepi0fc&_^_t__H^E^e_.-^
!Vii*i.',:.MOR__:-WitL:'cohE       ......
A $ 20.000.00 RACE PROGRAM
A woman guards old love letters n
man wrote her more jealously than
jewels; he prizes an old baseball bat
a good deal more than hers to him.
A girl needs a full moon to appreciate having a man make love to her,
unless there isn't any,when she can do
just as well without.
The   boy   who   won't   take a peep
through   a   knothole   at  a   paid ball
uue needa watching when passing   a
watermelon patch.
When a favored young man attempts to kiss a girl she seldom carries resistance to the point of actual
The more a man's faith in a thing
turns out not to have been misplaced
the surer it is that it wasn't an investment.
Don't spend half your time telling
what you are going to do and the
oilier half explaining why you didn't
do it.
When you hear a woman say she
detests compliments, its a safe bet
that, they do not come her way.
What makes a man mad ahout being sick is how much sicker his wife
doesn't appreciate he is.
Why does a woman hold a screen
door open when talking to some one
on the outside?
Beware of the dog that would
rather carry its tail between its leys
than wag it.
The dickens about a man deep in
debt is his one idea seems to be to get
in deeper.
WKen a woman is a scold it's a sign
her husband probably would be if she
If there were enough easy ma-ks to
go round, mighty few people would
There would be more stars ou the
world's stage if fewer attempted many
All things come to him who wails;
but most men don't outlivu their waiting.
Self-preservation in a man is the
Worst law of nature—so says a woman.
A man isn't inevitably crooked because he can't keep his lace straight
A man is always finding fault with
the weather or his wite's actions.
A woman who has a good figure
isn't necessarily good at HgUt'69.
A man might he able to have money
if his wife didn't have relations.
Many farmers haven't learned to
raise wild oats outside the city.
Trouble is about the only thing you
can (ind without looking for it.
Never judge a man by the company
his wife invites to their home.
It costs some people a lot of money
to make out they like art
A man isn't necessarily sharp because he has good points.
Size up your own hand before trying to guess the others.
Most people think ghosts are white, I
but they ait! all shades.
Its easier to become a hero than it
is to hold the job.
It goes without saying that two
women never do.
Most people think they work harder than they do,
Slot's the easiest thing in the world to
be suspicious
A man who tells you that he is wise
is other* Ue,
There is always a reason for success
that sticks.
Silence is sometimes the best retort
An honest compliment is a good investment.
Smart courage is in shying at  dan*
June Mineral Claim, illutto In rhe Grand '
fforks Mining Division nf Yule Di-trii-r.
Where Located:   I.. Brown's Cnmp.
TAKK   NOTIOE lhal t. Albert R. Savnfft, tnt
■    Miners' Cerilflciite Nn. 8671'iB, Intend, ilxty
daya from ilnte hereof, t- apply to tho Mining
Roeerderforn Cmtlllruteot Improvement*, fnr
the pun i or obtaining crown (trauta of the
above claim
And further tnke notice that action, under
section 87, must he commenced before the Ibbu*
anou of Much Certlfleaie of Improvement*.
Dated at Graud Forks, B.C., this -it it dny ol
June, A, D. 1010
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
that on the 23rd flay-of Mav,
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 Creel;,
B.C., deceased, intestate. Every person indebted to said 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 ot 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 of J the security (if any) held by bim.
After tlie aaid 1st day of July the
administrator will proceed with the
administration of the estate, having
regard to those claims only or which
he shall then have had notice.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C.', tlie
26th May, 1910.
Official Administrator,
Orand Forks, B.C.
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
™ Railway Melt uf llritish Columbia mav be
horn emended by any person who is the head
if u family, nr any male over eighteen yeara
if aire, to the extent of one*(|uarter seotion
of 160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the loeal
land office for tho district in whioh the land
is situate.
Tbo homesteader Is required to perform
he conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plans;
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
iiltiviitinn of the land in eaeh year for three
(2) If lhe fat her (or mother, if the father Is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides unon a
farm In the vicinity of the land entered for.
"n* requirements ns to residence may be sat-
■lied by sueli person residing with the father
or mother.
01) If the settler has his permanent resilience upon funning land owned liy lum in
the vicinity of Ms homestead, tlie require*
nients us to residence may   be   satisfied   by
Six  months' notice   in  writing  should   he
given tbe Commissioner of Dominion Lauds
ttt Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coul mining rights mav im lease.!
for it period of twenty-one years nt an annua! rental of $1.00 per acre. Not more than
2,(160aores shall be leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five cents
per ton sliall be collected on the merchant'
able eoal mined.
Deputy of tlie Minister of the Interior.
N.R. -Unauthorized publication of thin
advertisement will not be paid for.
Furniture   Made  to Order.
Also Repairing ot all Kinda.
Upholstering  Neatly  l>	
r. McCutcheon
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
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All orders receive drompl attention.
Prints more live boundary news than Oj   v       . ___,    /
•nj or  paper  , Iisi,.,l   in   .1,   f^M^^^^J^^M
district,    The   price of Tiik  Sims   ■ gfcffij^fe r?-^-   '
only $1.00 |"-i year   i half tho coul
of it* competitors, Thk Son is never
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest, Tin: Sun i- acknowledged to be o :' the brightenl   „_. ,,,,_.,,.     ,^«, , r^.-._.
papers published   in   the interior of COLUMBIAN     COLLhGL
the province,    Those   who subscribe new Westminster,  b, c.
and   feel   dissatisfied, will   have theil lelve both Ladlei antl Gentlemen tu reel-
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money refunded by calling at the olncs merolal or Builnen Courtei proparc* itu*
nf niii_l__.iit.i_n tlontetoraln   Toaoliere' Certltlentw nf nil
nl puoncanon. iradeei Blvei tlie four jean' eonno forthe
Tub  I.vknivi; Sun and the Toronto | B.A.de.rrw.andtta.lrij year of thoSoboul
Weekly  Globe und  Canada   farmer
81.00 per year in advance.
Tiik EvkNINO   Sun, The   Winnipeg I ture anil liimMitioii.  Term opniii Sept,  ii,
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Weokly rree Jrreas and Prairie farm- COLUMBIAN cotbKOR,
it   nnd   the   Montreal Family llorald j  .
and Weekly Star, $2.00  pot year in      You might as well try  to  reach
arlv,l,":e- il,.. orb of day by walking on a nun-
***********——***—*———————■  beam as to attempt to reach The Sun
Tiik Si's is  read  by overybdy  be readers  by advertising in any'othuf
cause it prints all the Boundary now ' medium.
oolireo, In affiliation with tli.' Tn.
routoUnlveriltyt bni a ipeoia) proipeotore*
.■cun'*. tor mlneri whowofb In ll ''. In.trito-
Ion in nix, srlven in Art, Muni,', Phyelea] Gul. Not Sisters
Now and again you see two women passing down the street who look tike sisters.
You are astonished to learn that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
a woman at forty or forty-live ought to be
at her finest and Wrest. Why isn't it so?
The general health of woman is so intimately associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
there can be no red cheeks and round
form where there is  female weakness.
Women who   have   suffered   from
this   trouble   have   found   prompt
relief and cure   in the use of Dr.
Fiercc's   Favorite  Prescription.     It
organs   of   womanhood.     It   clears
eyes and reddens thc checks.
No alcohol, or habit-form in* drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription."
Any »ick womiin may consult   1/     Pierce by letter, free.    Every letter is
h-..! as sacredly confidential, and  answered   in a plain envelope.
'.. iMj s Dispensary Medic
gives vigor  and vitality to  the
the   complexion,   brightens   the
al Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres.
.Buffalo, N.Y.
Mr. I!. -I. Pettigrew;  of   Eoronto, i
inspector for thn Sterling Accident and J
Guarantee company, is in town for a
few days, visaing his sister, Mrs. W, j
.1. Mclntyre.
Elmer Ness, of Christina  hike, wns
i the city on Tuesday.
horel building, and the oity will give
the organization free rent, water and
light. Tt has not yet been decided
on what evenings of the week tbe
band will meet for practice
Champions in British   Columbia  of
the Canada Temperance  Act,   otherwise known as the Scott Act,   are  to
make their first fight for the substitU'
lion of this much criticised system for
British Columbia's  new  and   drastic
high license  nnd  strict   regulation at
Prince Rupert, a petition bearing  the
required 25 per cent of interested citizens   having   been   presented to the
Geo. E. Massie left on Tuesday for council, and a plebiscite is   being   ar-
lleilley, where he will start a  branch  ranged in response to this petition, to
nf his tailoring establishment. ,,,, uker|   „„   Mond|ly  next     S||ou,_,
Ernest     Miller,   M.P. P.,  returned  a majority be obtained   the   abandonment of  the   license  and   regulation
system decided upon by the  civic  au-
'"■">  thorities will be necessitated  and  the
H. \V. Gregory left on   Wednesday
for a vacation trip to Ht.   John, N.B,
It   is   stated   that he will secure the|
llnan hadie agency for British  Colum
Mrs. Joseph I. Manly left thi:
week for Grand Rapids, Mich., where
she will spend the balance of the summer with relatives and friends.
this week from a two weeks'   business
ti ip to Victoria.
Lindsey Crossen, of Christina
was in the city on Wednesday.
2,500,00 feet of commercial
timber on property; .Ji'tiOO hewn
log hou-^e; North Fork runs
through hind; Kettle Valley line
survey crosses property; deed
clear. §H7o cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
Grand Trunk Pacific terminal city
will be dry from its birth. It, is also
announced that an endeavor will be
made in the very near future to secure the adoption of the Scott Act in
the district of Yale.
A meeting of those interested in
the reorganization of the city band
wns held in the council chamber on
Tuesday evening, when it was unanimously decided to take this Jstep.
The following officers were elected:
Honorary president, W. A. Williams;
president, Fred Clark; vice-president,
Dr. Follick; secretary-treasurer, Leo
I Mader; executive committee, M. C.
j Davidson, F. Haverty, C. Pearson,
Leo Mader.and the leader of the band.
The band will meet in the old Cosmos
Kidney Troubles Attack Grand
Forks Men and Women,
Old and Young
Kidney ills seize young and old.
Come quickly wilh little warning.
Children suffer in their early years.
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
Women Worry, can't do daily woik.
Men have lame and aching bucks.
The cure for man, woman or  child.
Is to cure the cause—the kidneys.
Booth's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys—
Cure all forms of kidney suffering,
Mrs. N. Good, of 70  Stadacona   St.,
Moose .law, Sa.sk., says:
'I am pleased to state for the bene'
and painful back, that they will find
Booth's Kidney Pills a most excellent
remedy. I have suffered for months
with a very weak back and severe
pains and aches in the kidneys, and
felt very much depressed. There was
also a swelling under my eyes. When
I learned of Booth's Kidney Pills. 1
procured a box, and found them the
best remedy 1 have ever used, as they
were very quick in giving me relief.
The pains have left my back and it
has strengthened. They have also
helped to build up my health."
For sale in Grand Forks by H. E,
Woodland A Co.
Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents.
The 11. T. Booth Co., Ltd., Fort
Erie. Out., Solo Canadian Agents.
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back.   Sold and guaranteed bv
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Hot and Gold Baths
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Printi n
The  following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mines
for 1905, 190(1  and for the past week:
Granbv Mines, Phoenix      613,537
Snowshoe. Phoenix       135,001
Mother Lode, Deadwood.
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
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	
Golden Eagle	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Republic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
Past Week
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
tho naop
then it n
Tile result litis lie
IIOIIS    fill'     lllltt'llillt
Tho demand Oilmen from poop]
till HgOA, till OCOliptltiOllS,
Trie majority tu inquiries hits cnuie from poo-
le iii known flimuoltt! staudtiiH who wero at*
trnotedby the novelty of the propon. 'on.   An
impressive domollBtratlon uf the tunnel,.,, poo.
nlarity nf ttie Oliver Typewriter
a stiirtlin*. confirmation nl onr belief that
the Era ol Universal Typewriting is at tiautl..
A   Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
The Standard Visible Writer
Tho  Oliver Typewriter   Is   it   moil
riglit troiD the word "gol"  So easy lu
beginners soon get In the ''expert" eh
ns you learn.   Let the maohlne t nv Hie 17 cents
ti thiy—nod all above that is yours '
wherever you are, there Is work to he tlmt,.
ami money lo he made by using Ihe Oliver The
buslnoss world Is calling fur Oliver oporatnrs
I here are not enough to supply the deajand.
Their salaries are considerably above tliose nf
lasses pf workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
j That is tho battle ory today.   ,Ve have made
flieOUver supreme in usefulness and absolutely
indispensable ln business. Now cornea lite eon',
quest nf ih,. home,
The simplicity anil strength of the Oliver lit It
HI,.'.'."l"5'.!1""-'; " '. b»«llulll« "'• important
factor in the homo training of young people.
A n educator as well a« a money uiakor
,l.<"'."r.,T B plon put*   Ilie Ullver on the
threshold of every home In America,   win ,',,„
W rile (nr furl her details of our eusv offer and
py of me new Oliver catalog.  Ad, ress'
i thnt
a free
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Hiiiiiling,
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply ofj
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kaior Honing a Speolulty.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
-the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial urder
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on vour onlor. We guarantee
Total, tons  1,US,'2.17
Smelter Treatment—
Granbv Smelter  687,628
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  841,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439 	
TotalTreated      1,133,017      1,384,107
1,698,715       31,64:
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North op Granby Hotel,
First Strekt.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Telephone A129
Rutherford  Bros., Props.
60   YEARS'
Name of Company.
Granby Consolidated-Copper,
Cariboo MoKlniiey-Gold	
IM,,viil,.nfi.   Silver	
• on. Copper —Copper	
Authorised ^-hhakeb-^       Paid    Total to    Latent      Per
I'linitiil     Issued. Par.       num.       Dato.       Date.   Share
*i.vm>.™,   13.1,000 two _fi.n__ii.iwo m,m.m Deo. ims *3.iki
1,2511.000   1.2SU.0IK)     $1            Bill,™ Feb. 1904      .00
200 OIK)        31000      »S          16,000 88,224 Sept. 1901!      .5
3.000.000    .MM.OOO      *5          201.200 Sept.190',      .0
Trade Marks
Copyrights 4c.
Anyone ientlln» > sketch and dn.crlp_.nn miy
Clntokly ascertain onr Opinion free woollier ao
lETontlnn 1»Pronnl'IrPntentahla Commanlcj.
Nonsm.lctlycniiiidc.ii-.i_L HANDBOOK ontwoau
lent Irce. OMost rcoitcy for securln^ateuts.
Patents taken tlirouirh Munu & Co. receive
twclcd notice, without (mane, la the
ScMic American.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Lamest circulation ot nny Ht'cii'i'ic Journal, 'i'erms for
Canada, 83.75 a yoar, poutuKO prepaid. Bold \vf
otj iio'.fiidenlcr'.
Branch OOc ■•, r. .B su Washington, u. a


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