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Ninth Year--No. 15.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. February 12, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Health Matters and au Isolation Hospital the Principal Topics
The mayor and all the aldermen
were present at the regular meeting
of the city council last Monday
Prior to the meeting being called
to order, Geo. Hnll, secretary of the
school board, addressed the mem
bers of the council, stating that the
board had engaged Dr. Truax as
medical health examiner for the
public school at a salary of t'iit per
month. Mr. Hull enumerated the
duties of the health examiner, and
was of the opinion that the board
had made a good bargain.
A communication was read from
C. J. Fagan, secretary of the British
Columbia Anti-Tuberculosis society,
notifying the council of (the annual
meeting of the court of governors,
and soliciting aid. The clerk was
instructed to forward a cheque for
<i30 to the society.
A letter was read from the city
council of Vancouver, soliciting an
Wjieesaioo of opinion by the Grand
Forks council in regard to the provincial government acquiring and
operating the telephone systems of
the province. On motion of Aid.
Follick and Wolfram, the following
resolution was passed: "Tbat the
city council of Grand Forks, in regu
lar sess on assembled, hereby declares its approval of the principle
of public ownership of all telephone
systems, and owing to the provin
eial of the 'telephone systems now
operating in British Columbia, it
would be preferable for their ownership and operation to be under
the direct management of the pro-
vinciol government, and that a copy
of this resolution be forwarded to
the city clerk of Vancouver."
Aid. Follick, for the committee
appointed to interview the school
trustees, reported having seen individual members of the board, and
recommended that one doctor perform the dutius of city health ollicer
and sohool medical examiner, pro
vided that he could be engaged at a
reasonable salary. Aid. Henniger
favored the appointment of Ur.
Trim as city health ollicer, owing
to the preseure of the school board.
On motion of Aid. Manly and Rutherford, the report was received and
ordered filed. On motion of Aid.
Manly nntl Rutherford, a committee
was appointed to confer witli the
School trustees. The mayor named
Aid. Follick and Wolfram u such
Aid. Henniger was granted leave
to introduce a bylaw defining the
duties of the city health officer,
and it passed its first and second
On motion of Aid. Manly and
Henniger, the clerk was instructed
to co'nmunicate with the premier of
the province, and to request that in
accordance with his promise of April
26, 1909, early attention be given
hy the government to the matter of
establishing an isolation hospital in
the vicinity of Grand Forks. The
council also instructed tbe clerk to
forward tbe request to Earnest Miller, M.P.I'., asking him to assist the
city in having the government build
and equip the said isolation hospital.
The chairman of the health and
relief committee reported that the
cesspool at the Winnipeg hotel was
in an unsanitary condition, as was
also the back yard at the Columbia
brewery. The clerk was instructed
to request the city health officer to
have these premises placed in sanitary condition.
Messrs. Fred Irvine and Wales,
of Nelson, are expected to visit this
city for the purpose of organizing a
chapter of St. Andrews' Brotherhood in connexion with Holy
Trinity parish. They are to arrive
here on Saturday and remain over
Sunday. A meeting of the men of
the church is called for Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, and it is
hoped that as many as can will attend and meet these gentlemen.
The Yale-Columbia Lumber company sent a crew of woodsmen up
tbe North Fork this week to get out
sawlogs on the pre-emption formerly
owned by Pete Donaldson.
The Robinson & Lequime Lum
ber company iB operating two camps
of loggers at Lynch ereek, one  crew
working on either  side the  North
A large crew of workmen is en
gaged ln repairing the damage done
the smelter dam by tbe Yale Columbia Lumber company's last season's
log diive.
W. R. Dewdney, of this city, is
acting as stenographer at the meet
ing of the conciliation board in connection with the British Columbia
Copper company and its employees,
which is Bitting in Greenwood this
The final game in the vice-president'!' competion was played off at
the curling rink last Tuesday evening between Mclnness' and At-
wood's teams, the latter winning by
a score of 11! to ti.
W. H.M.May, principal of the
public school, has been confined to his
home by illness during the piesent
Ralph Qninn, of the Grand Forks
team, is playing with Phoenix in
the hockey tournament at the Rossland carnival this week.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity church met at tho residence
of Mrs. J. I). Henderson on Monday
C. Scott Galloway mnde a business trip to Greenwood this week.
Important Meetings
A meeting of all interested in organizing an Agricultural Association
for this district will be held in the
city hall at 8 o'clock Monday evening,
February Hth. As this is a matter
of considerable importance to the
town and valley in general, a large
gathering is requested. In addition
to other business, the advisability of
holding a fall fair will also be discussed.—G. M. Fripp, Chairman.
The Grand Forks Fruit Growers'
association will hold its annual meeting in the city hall on Thursday
evening, February 17th.
Timely Instructions to the
Man Who Intends to
Plant an Orchard
Trees just received from the grower
should be given quick and careful attention. It would not be out of place
to consider the trees as babies taken
out of a cradle on a cold day. Have
the box or bale conveyed to the inside
of a building, or to the shelter of a
shed, away from the sun and wind.
After the covering is removed take out
the trees, check each tree or bundle off
wilh the original order and see that
the order is received as given. With
a sharp knife remove superfluous roots
and particularly all broken or badly
bruised ones, cutting from the under
side. Shorten back or cut away clear
all the fluffy roots.
In a prepared thick puddle of
clayey water immerse the roots and
convey the trees at once to the planting ground, well covered, or trench in
moist, loamy soil until ready to set
Assuming that the holes are ready
to receive the trees, that they are dug
wider and deeper than would appear
uecessary to the beginner, yon should
take the tree from its covering, set it
in the hole while another should
shovel in the best soil that is within
reach. The one holding the trees
should keep the tree upright, working
it up and down, thus causing the
loose earth to settle naturally and
gradually around the roots. Should
the hole be too deep draw the roots
gradually towards the top, leaving the
tree so that it stands about two inches
deeper than ite original position in the
nursery. As soon as the roots are
covered, with a tamper thoroughly
firm the soil. Don't neglect this part
of the work. The one that is shoveling should shovel in the soil as fast as
the other can thoroughly firm it, and
no faster. Leave the soil on the top
The first summer's care:
Never allow the soil to crust around
the trees; hoe or cultivate, say twice a
week, and nfter every heavy lain,
especially if the soil is clayey. Culti-
ation should cease by the middle of
September, and before winter sets in
a mound of soil thrown up around
each tree to shed off surplus water
and also to afford a protection against
The second summer's care:
In oarly spring scatter two or three
handfuls of any good cuiiiiiiercinl fertilizer around each tree and continue
the hoeing and cultivating as during
tho first year. Look the trees over
carefully, clip out weak shools or
those that cross ono another; bank
thoroughly before winter sets in.
How aud when to prune:
This is an important, but often tieg-
leoted work. Different trees may lie
handled differently. More trees are i
lost the first season, or much injured
for future fruiting, owing to tlte
planters' inexperience, or on account
of being afraid of doing damage, than
by any other cause. When pruning
a newly planted peach tree I remove
all the branches, also from one-third
to one-half the stem or body. I n the
case of pears, apples and plums, that
are two and three years old, I cut out
all weak limbs first, then   reduce the
length of the remaining branches, so
as to show an evenly hulnnceil head.
If late in the spring, I reduce the top I
much more than if early. The above
refers to spring planting. If the trees
are plained in fall I do not prune until the following spring.
Handling raspberry and other  ten-
tier plants:
Many fail to get an even plantation
the first season because tlte plants
were not handled carefully enough.
Don't let a gleam of sunshine strike
them, or a puff of drying wind, if you
can help it. If the day is windy,
better put off the planting until there
is a calm, then hustle. But with all
your hustling remember that the holes
or furrows should only be opened as
fast as needed. Don't put dry soil
directly onto the root. When planting tip raspberry plants, keep your
eye on the new shoot. Lose sight of
the old cane. See that the new shoot
tip is not buried too deep or broken
off. See that the soil is pressed
firmly about ihe roots, ln case of red |
raspberry and blackberry plants, cut
off the canes directly after pianting,
within two inches of the ground; your
success depends on the new growth
that is to come from the root, and not
on the cane as you receive it.
During the summer use the hoe
freely, but lightly. Keep down the
weeds, draw moist soil around each
plant often. If land is poor scatter
well rotted manure around the plant*
before winter sets in. The following
spring trim the plants, shaping them
up as it were. Cut off the straggliug
ends of all the canes. A fair crop of
fruit should be harvested in season
E. H. Burson.
Messrs, Kerman, Kerby and
Atwood Purchase the
Brown Estate
A land deal of considerable im-
pojtance to the valley, and likewise
one of the largest recorded in this
city for a number of months, was
brought to a successful termination
yesterday, when Messrs. H. C. Kerman, F. M. Kerby and C. A. S. Atwood took over the W. J. Brown
estate, consisting of 1300 acres, and
located a mile sooth of the city
limits of the Grand Forks. The
consideration is stated by Mr. Kerman, who negotiated the deal, to
have beeu in the neighborhood of
The estate consists of 375 acres of
the beBt fruit land in the valley, and
200 acres of good farm and hay
land,the balance being range land. It
is the intention of the purchasers to
place tbis land ou the market
shortly in ten and twenty-acre
The purchaser will, as soon as
possible, install an irrigation system
on this land. The contemplated
system will put a block of 200 acres
of fruit lands under irrigation.
Prominent Railway Officials
Among the visitors of note passing through the city this week were
a group of Great Northern railway
officials, who were here for a short
time on Sunday, and again on Monday afternoon as they returned from
Princeton. The pirty travelled by
special train, and was making an
annual tour of inspection. It included Goneral Mannger Frank M.
Gruber, of St. Paul; Superintendent
of Motive Powtr Geo. Everson, St.
Paul; General Superintendent
Brown; Division Superintendent R.
C. Morgan, of Spokane, who was
nccompqnied by Mrs. Morgan and
their children; General Master Mechanic Wm. Kelly; Divisional Mas
ter Mechanic P. T. Carroll, together
with a retinue of clerks and stenographers.
Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year wasj ushered in this week with a deiiianstm-
lion such ns to make the citizens
sit up and take notice. The allair
looked and studied like a cross he-'
tween a battle nt sea and n fair-time
Midway at night.   The preliminary j
notes of the celebration  were heard
on Thursday   evening, their actual
new year's night, but the following
evening   saw  by  far the finest dis
play of fireworks on Chinese avenue. I
Numbers  of the English-speaking|
residents   went   over   to wish their j
Chinese friends a happy new year,
to admire   their lavishly-blooming
lilies, and to eat preserved ginger
with them.    Lnter in   the evening
any   meteors   lurking about   were
quite put to shame by the brilliancy
of the fireworks display.
Horn—Iu Grand Forks, on Saturday, Februarys, to Mr. and Mrs.
M. Ilorelli, a son.
Grand Forks Defeated
Last Monday evening the Grand
Forks hockey team went up to
Greenwood by special train to play
the eighth game scheduled in the
Boundary league, and were defeated
by a score of 6 goals to 1, The piny
is reported to have been fast throughout, Greenwood scoring 5 goals in
the first half, while Grand Forks
failed to find the net. In tbe second they each scored one. McDonald, Bloomfield, Rehon and Cameron did all the scoring for Greenwood. For Grand Forks, Lang
played an exceptionally strong game
in goal. E, G. Warren referced tbo
The line-up was ns follows:
Lang Goal Watson
McAlmus Point. .Chas. Russell
Munn C. Point McDonald
Quinn Hover Bloomfield
linker Centre Clerll
Gilmour H. Wing Cameron
Reid L. Wing Rehon
Unique Game
A decidedly novel spectnele was
witnessed at the rink last night,
when the Ladies' Hockey team was
pilled against the regular league
team in a match game of Canada's
national winter sport. As a handicap, however, the men were compelled to wear petticoats and to have
one band tied  behind their bucks.
The game resulted in a victory for
the Indies by a score of 2 goals to 1.
The gate  receipts will   go   towards
paying off the indebtedness of tbe
rink. After the game the spectators
were of the opinion that, from a
playing point of view, the handicap
was an unnecessary precaution. But
it prevented the men from hugging
their opponents.
Metal Quotations
Nkw York, Feb. 11.—Silver, 611.
eleetrolytic copper, 13@13.20,
London, Feb. 11.—Silver, 23 5-8;
lend, £13 8s9d. JOHN   D. SPENCE
Sli? Stoning §nn
Published nt Orand Kurt.,. BrltUh Columbia.
ti. A. Ktanb Editor and Pnblliher
raise just as fine a quality of apples
on the Atlantic coast, if proper care
is taken to prevent diseases and
j pests. Attention is also called to
the attractive manner in which
Washington and Oregon apples are
sorted and packed, whereas the
eastern fruit is dumped into a barrel. It concludes that tbis is only
one of the many lessons that the
eastern farmer can lenm from his
western brother.
A Hie of this fin per oan he seen nt the office
nl Menem. B, A .1. Ilnrily A Co., 311, HI nnd S2,
Fleet Street, B.O., London. litiiriutul, free of
diiirj.e, nnd thnt tirm will he »lad to receive
*nl(M-ri|.tinns mid ndvertidement-, ou our lie-
One Yo»r (11.110
Due Year (In advance)   1.00
Vrivert! .luir rnte. furnish* I on i no
l.etri.1 notices, 10 And 5 centu per line.
Addreus all ooininiiiiicntloiis to
Ths Rvenino Son,
Phonr K71 QHANoFoaie, B.C.
The resolution adopted by the
city council, placing itself on record
as being in favor of the acquisition
by the provincial government of the
telephone systems throughout the
province, is of a tlecided Socialistic
nature; but it is donbtless harmless,
because we do not believe that such
a such a move is seriously contemplated at present. Were the question a live issue before the people
today, however, we should oppose
the proposition, because we do not
think any government, no master
of what shade, should he permitted
to entrench itself in power by providing phat situations for a horde
of political hangers-on and parasites.
Manitoba acquired the telephone
systems of that province at treble
their actual value, but there is yet
no evidence that either the public
treasury or the patrons of the phones
have been benefited by the purchase.
The news from Victoria that Premier McBride intends to hold the
railway companies to agreements
entered into with tbe government
prior to its appeal to the country,
is of a cheerful nature. It tbe vote
in the late election showed any one
thing more clearly than another, it
was that the people wanted the government's railway policy as enunciated by the press and from the
public platform. If that policy is
not carried out to the letter, the
electorate will not hesitate to make
know its disapproval of the government on ih ! first occasion tbat arises.
It is therefore to Mr. McBride's interest to see thnt the railway companies do not evade any of tbe terms
contained in the agreements.
The meeting called for next Monday for the purpose of organizing an
agrieultural association should
arouse the interest of every citizen
vho desires to see our city prosper
and grow. In order to secure our
share of settlers, we must let the
outside world know what we have
here, nnd what we can produce.
Tbe best method of doing this is by
holding annual agricultural exhibitions. But before this can be done,
it is lirst neceesary in form an agricultural association, This step will
be taken next Monday night.
A Philadelphia paper hns adviced
the farmers nf Pennsylvania and the
enst to visit the orchards of the
northwest to learn a lesson in fruit
culture.   It contends that they can
The boycott is a double edged
tool. Down in Iowa the farmers
are now boycotting all union-made
goods because the labor unions in
auguratetl a boycott against the
meat trust.
After all, it is difficult to locate
an impartial sporting critic. When
the home team wins, it i.s brilliant
playing, and when the visitors are
victorious, it is either luck or rough
A desperado shot three men in
the streets of Toronto last week. It
is about time that a few missionaries
were sent from the west to attempt
to civilize the rowdy enst.
Burbank's spineless cactus is snip
to be an excellent substitute for
meat. It will undoubtedly be greatly relished by the spineless man.
There is no use of repining. If the
letter that he longed for had reached
its destination it would perhaps have
proved a disappointment.
Phoenix did not cut much ice in the
hockey game ut Nelson Ust Monday
While Herewood Henderson was
out riding this morning his horse
was scared by dog and became unmanageable. The animal stumbled
and fell, throwing the rider to the
ground. When picked up, young
Henderson was unconscious. He was
taken to bis borne, aud Dr. Kingston was summoned. The doctor
found that the injuries consisted of
a slight cut above tbe right eye and
some minor bruises. No serious
cousequences are anticipated. The
patient bas regained consciousness
and is rapidly recovering. The
wound, however, only missed a vital
spot by a hair's breadth.
Princeton Coal.    Call J. L. Manly.
Phone 124.
T. H. Crump, C.P.R. trainmaster
for this division, who has resided in
this city, is returning to the Field
division. His family will move to
Field in the course of three or four
Hugh Sweeney, formerly manager
of W. R. Megraw's store in this
in this city, and Miss Kathyleen
Byrne, of Toronto, were married in
the church of the Holy Rosary,
Vancouver, on February 2.
titles for the Kootenay district, the
appointment to date from February
15. He succeeds the late H. J.
Jo rand, of Nelson.
The ten days' celebration of
Chinese new year waa Btarted Tuesday evening by the Celestials.
Rev. J. A. Petrie will conduct services in Knox Presbyterian church
next Sabbath, morning and evening.
The annual convention of the Provincial Teachers' association will be
held at Nelson on March 29, 30
and 31.
Rev. T. G. McLeod, of Creston,
visited his family in this city this
week.        ,
F. Demuth, of the Kettle Valley
line, left this week for a business trip
to Vancouver.
The Kettle Valley line bill has
been given its third reading in the
Dominion house at Ottawa.
Miss Christine McCallum is now
acting ns one of the assistants in the
Grand Forks post office.
The Eastern Townships bank intends to establish a orannh at
P-ilnceton this spring.
Nelson defeated Phoenix at hockey
in Nelson last Monday evening by a
score of 14 goals so J.
E. E. Gibson, local manager of
the South Kootenay Power it Light
company, made a business trip to
Greenwood this week.
Cash offers will be received by the
undersigned for the purchase of Lot
One (1), Block Fourteen (14), Plan
Twenty-three (23), Grand Forks, on
which is located a small house. Address J. Anderson, P. O. Box 491,
Vancouver, B. C.
The following ate the readings
showing the minimum temperature for
each day during the week ending
February 4, 1910:
Saturday       4
Sunday  • 12
Monday       4
Tuesday     10
Wednesday     20
Thursday     22
Friday       23
Mining Stock Quotations
New Yoiik, Feb. 11.—The following ure today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.       Bid
GranbyConsolidated.    98.00   88.00
B. C. Copper       7.75     6.25
Department of Agriouwobe
Messrs. Miller nnd Lang, of the
(Irnntl Porks Hockey team, nre
playing with Greenwood in the
hockey tournament at the  Rossland
carnival Ibis week.
stews, soups, entrees or
fricasees made from meats
or poultry from P. Burns
Sf» Co. s it would be hard
to spoil in the making. The
quality and flavor of high
grade meats will always
tell even with poor cooking. You will find the best that is raised at this market, and alway~s tender and of fine flavor. How about
beef or mutton for your dinner today?
Kdison Phonogriphs and Victor Talking Machines sold on
easy terms. Refined entertainment in your home at
small cost. February Records
on sale now.
Tooth Wash
Our Antiseptic Tooth Wash
is a delightful preparation for
cleansing and beautifying the
teeth and sweetening the
breath. PRICE 25c
Builder & Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Ma-»
terial on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties lnti'iiillni. to build wl.l <lu welt to cnu
ult me.
Yale Land District, 111 .trie,  of Simllkumeen.
TAKU NOTICB tlmt Sllu Liinrle.of Cobtlen,
111.. U.S.A.. occupation Parmer, Intends to
apply for permission to purohase lhe follow*
luff described landau
Comnieiioiin,' ut a post planted about 20
oliuius eust of Lot 11 Ins aud on the south side
of theW.K. P. & L. Co,'*, riglit of way on
Deep Creek; thenoe west 80 eliains; thenoe
south 20 chains; thenee east ill) chuins; thence
south 20 chains; tlieuce eust _tOehulns; tlienee
uorth 40 chuins to point of commencement.
SILAS LINULK, Applicant.
Hv J.K. Cranston, Agent.
Dated Jan, Jlh, 1910.
W. .1. Brown lias returned  from  a
business trip to the coast cities.
Samuel P. Roe, of   Victoria,  has
been  appointed   registrar   of   land
-Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix	
-Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenwood ..
Grand Gorks and Phoenix, at Grand Forks	
•Phoenix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix 	
•Greenwood and Phoenix, at Greenwood	
•Grand Forks and Greenwood, at Grand Forks.
-Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix	
■Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenwood .
-Grand Forks and Phoenix, at Grnnd Forks	
-Phoonix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix	
■Greenwood and Phoenix, nl Greenwood	
■Grand Folks and Greenwood, at Grand Forks
O. P.IOWD. Il'lini.
Division of Entomology, S
Central Experimental Farm, [■
Ottawa, Jan. 7th, 1910.     )
To Nurserymen and others,
We are again confronted with the
possible introduction of the Brown-
tail Moth into the Dominion in the
shupe of the winter nests on nursery
stock imported from abroad, especially from certnin regions in
France where nursery stock has
sometimes been found growing in
fields bounded by hedges infested
with the brown tail moth.
Last year nurserymen and other
importers cooperated with this
division in the work of preventing
the introduction of this insect by
notifying us of the arrival nnd expected arrival of consignments of
nursery stock from abroad. This
enabled the Division to inspect the
stock and to destroy   any  of tbe
1909 cTWODELS if
Bicycles and
Indian riotocycles
Knglish   Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles.    Bicycle Sundries.
Repair Shop.    Second-hand
|        Wheels.    Wheels to Rent.
winter nests that were found. Over
a million and a half plants were
examined and nearly two hundred
nests were found on seedlings and
stocks of pear, apple, plum, quince,
cherry, rose, spirtea &c. In view
of the fact thnt each nest contains
from 200 to 300 young larvte of this
insect, the greal benefit to fruitgrowers, horticulturists and others
resulting from the work of last
season can readily be understood.
In the eastern states thousands of
dollars are being spent annually by
the various authorities in their
efforts to control and prevent the
spread of this insect which bas established itself in those regiqns since
its introduction into Massachusetts
on imported stock about the year
1890. It is of the utmost importance that all steps possible shalt be
taken to prevent its introduction
and establishment in those regions
of Canada now free from its attack,
and its further spreading in those
places in Nova Scotia and New
Brunswick where it has been introduced accidentally. Its establishment in Canada would be most
serious to the nurserymen and fruitgrowers of this country, and every
precaution possible must be taken
to avert such a calamity.
Will you kindly inform me,
therefore, if you are importing or
have already imported nursery stock
this season from abroad, and the
place from which the stock is being
or has been imported.
As nests bave been found on
stock imported during the present
season, I should be pleased if you
would send me this information at
once in order that your stock may
be inspected, if necessary. If the
stock has not arrived already would
you please send me notice as to the
time nf its arrival in order that it
may be inspected at the time of unpacking, and thus the least inconvenience will be caused.
It has been found thnt fumigation
is of nn avail against this insect mul
that destruction by burning of the
winter nests is the only safe remedy.
I feel sure that all to whom this
letter is itddrersed will be alive to
thc seriousness of the danger which
is imminent, and will co-operate
with the Division and other nuthori
ties in the efforts being taken to prevent the introduction and spread of
the Brown-tail Moth. I shall be
pleased to supply further information or reply to communications on au(1|llu(.c ___
the subject and shall be grateful for n™ must be sfven.
J.                   , •' __ li        Eaeh tender must be accompanied hy an
any assistance  Which   you are  able   nl!00pted   oheque   on   a chartered   bank.
In __•!_._> trv mo payable to the order of the Honourable the
10 give IO Hie. Minister of Public Works, equal to ton per
I   have   the   honour   tO be,   Slr8,   cent lit) l>. 0.1 pf the amount;of the tender Ior
-,,,., one year's ptickinn, whlob will be forfeited If
^ ours obediently, • '    ■-»—■>—•■-•»	
0, Gordon Hewitt,
Dominion Entomologist.
To all my friends and patrons I
extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untriinmed Hats
will be given April 12 and 13.
A cordial invitation to all.
cTVIrs. Ida Barnum
Tenders for Freighting of Supplies for
the Yukon Telegi aph Line.
TUK tlm.' fur receiving tender■ for tlit*
freighting of supplies for the Yukon Tele-
;_r_l|i_; Line III tho course of the fienHOtlB of
I'.iin, IUU innl 1013, is hereby extended toTues-
tluy, Keliriuiry lb, WW. Tendon, nre to he
settled, midorsml "Tender for Piiottlng Sup-
IMJei." nnd Hilling-oil to the undersigned.
Ponns ul tennor und specification may he
iiiitniiii'd Ainl form of contract Heen on Hp-
(.liciilniii to Mr. J. T. Phelmi, Hiipurin
tcudent nf (invernment Telegraph, Vanoouver,
B.C., Mr. Win. Iltmdorwui, DlHrfet Superintendent (Invernment Telegraphs, Victoria, B.
C, n"d f ruin the Government Telegraph Agent*
nt Abhcrolt, B.C. . <iuesne|le. H.C , Hazelton, B.
C , and Telegraph Cieek, 11.c
Persons tendering are notified that tender*
will n«t be considered uhIchh made on the
printed form h up plied, aud signed witb their
actual signatures with their occupations and
places of residence, lu thecaxo ni t_rmn, the
"-mini signature, the nature nl tho occupation
f residence of eaeh member of thc
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. Arid we are the only
office in this section that; have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
the person tendering decline to enter into h
contract when called upon to do so, or fall
to complete the work contracted for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not hind itself to accept the lowest or auy lender
By order.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, December 18,1009.
Note—Provision la being made by the
Government to the extent of £tf,yo.UO, for
general repairs, renewals of bridges, <hrt..
along thet i ail betwaen llaxeltou and Ninth
Coblu, next season. Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c. Lion
Bottling Works.
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A PreBh (innsignmcnt ol
Keeelved Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a pracical 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
Knglish without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4638 copper
mines and companies in 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; $7.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sunt, 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,
Headache, Insomnia and Neuralgia are generally the result of exhausted neive centres. The true remedy is not a paralyzing drug,
but food, rest and nerve repair. Asaya-Neurall is, and makes possible this result.
Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
I Holy Tiunity Chuucii, Henry Steele,
! Rector—Sunday services: Holy coni-
linunion, 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 be celebrated at
lthe 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Week day and special services
as they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.
ui.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
2:30 p.m. All are cordially invited;
Beat* free. Rev. M. D. McKee, pastor.
Methodist Church, Rev. Schlich-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and 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.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Chuiich, Rev. P. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Bible
class and Sunday school at 2:80 p.m
Hotel 'Colin
Opposite Great Northern Station
DONALD) Proprietor
Recently completed and
newly furnlibea through;
out. Conveniently lociite.l
for railway   men.    Bint-
i-luss aproinmoilfttiotiB   for
trtitisieiits.   Board   a n d
room* by the weefcat prevailing ratal.  Final line of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
alwtiya in stock at the bar.
Grand Forks, B. C.
For   Sale—160   acres   of   good
timothy land.   Apply this office.
We have some of the highest grade
paper   and  stationery for up-to-date
I commercial printing every brought  to
the Boundary,    bun Job Office.
Editor unci Publisher, 	
453 Postoffice Block, Three bottles of cold   Nelson
Houghton, Mich iga   50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
Not Sisters
Now and again you see two women passing down the street who look like 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 fairest. 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 than ia female weakness.
Women who ha™  Buffered from
this  trouble  her*  lound  prompt
relief and our* in the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.    It gWn vigor end vitality to the
organs of womanhood.    It clears  tho complexion, brightens the
eyes and reddens the cheeks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription."
Any sick woman may consult l>    Pierce by letter, Iree    Every loiter is
held as sacredly confidential, and answered  in a plain envelope.     Address:
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. fierce, Pies., IlufUIo, N.Y.
Thirteenth Annual
February 8 to 12, 1910
Under the auspices of Rossland Carnival Committee,  Peroy
Hunt, President,    For Information apply  to II. P. MaCarnoy,
Splendid Sport ""Sim
A GRAND PROGRAM From Tuesday night until Saturday night.
Reduced Transportation Hates.
UflPI/CV Championship of H, C. and International Ohain*
nUuliLl pionship. Ski .lumping—Championship of Canada. Skating—Championship of the Province. Tobogganing,
Curling Bonspiel, Horse Kaees and other events. Masquerade
and Dance, Good .Music.
Rossland's (^Annual Winter Sports
Success may also consist of not doing things.
If the devil is the father of lies he
has a mighty big family.
A flower that always blooms in the
spring is the big red moving van.
The only thing necessary to keep
your friends is not to give them away.
It is possible for a girl to be the
picture of health without being painted.
The fellew who is in a position to
do exactly as he pleases isn't always
Every time it storms the raincoat
feels worn out and the umbrella is
used up.
Bette.i a sweetheart than a sour
It take some people a long time to
earn a shhort living.
Do to others what is necessary to
get them on your side.
Marriage is an experiment, and
divorce is the public report on the
A fine blend of zeal and caution is
often the essential element in a man's
good luck.
In spite of the fact that money
talks, it never gives itself away.
The severest penalty for trifling
with a girl's affections is marriage.
We should never hear of some men
if it wasn't for the enemies they make.
Strangely enough, the man who
comes out on top isn't the lightweight.
The poet who feels he has a message
for the world generally sends it col
Tell a girl she is beautiful and she
won't care whether you think she has
any brains or not.
Love isn't so blind that it can't distinguish the difference between a pedigree and a bank account.
It doesn't take the sweet girl graduate long to discover that itis far
easier to win admirers than a husband.
A woman never realizes how awk-
wurd her husband is until he attempts
to pass things to guests at the dinner
Perhaps an open countenance may
be ull riglit, but people who are never
able to keep their mouths closed are
all wrong.
A woman tells a man what she
thinks she should think instead of
what she really thinks.
Many a woman trusts a man with
her affections who wouldn't lend hiin
30 cents.
The fellow who is forced to swallow
his pride realizes that one swallow
doesn't make a summer.
Many a bachelor doesn't lake unto
himself a better half beeouse he docs
not believe In doing things ny halves.
Some fellows imagine they are such
hot stull thai all their friends should
suffer from heat prostration upon their
Probably the reason that truth is
stranger than fiction is because we
meet it so much more seldom.
The man who is unable to do a
thing himself is sometimes quite willing tell others how to accomplish   it.
In training a husband   it is quite
necessary to impress hiin with the im- j
portanoe of bringing home a  nice hit
salary every week.
Having finished paying for the in-
tidliucut plan Christmas presents, it
is now time to begin to save up money I
to satisfy the claims of the summer .
hotel shark.
If we could break ourselves of getting chilly, h habit, just a habit, that
we acquired in the course of a long
winter, wc could enjoy beautiful
spring much more.
Home Bakery
and Restaurant
Home Cooking. Cleanly and
Convenient. Lunches at All
Hours.   Orders Filled Promptly.
Yale LamllDUtrict.    Dlltrlot of Slmllkb-
' meen,
%KE    NOTICE   that   Smith    Curtii,    of
Kowfiland, B.C., occupation mine operator,
intends to apply fur permission to purchase
the following described lands;
Commencing at a pout planted on tha western wide line of the Nelson & Port Shepherd
Railway company's Land Grant and at the
southeast corner of I'eter Shaw'* pre-emption on Big Sheep Creek; thence weit 70
olmiiiN; thence south 15 olm_.ua, more or leas,
tu the north line of J. .1. Gill's pre-emption ;
thellce past H5 chains, more or less, to north-
eattt corner of nald GUI's pre-emption;:
thenee south 15 chains: theuce east 35 chain*,
more or less, to the western line of aforesaid
Kailwuy Lnnd Grant; thenoe north 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing Hit)
acres, moreor lens.
Dated December Uth, 1908.
£M. Inst. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paone B77
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
Railway Belt of British Columbia may he
homesteaded by any person who Is the head
of a family, or any male over eighteen year"
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for the district in which the land
is situate.
The homesteader is required to perforin
the conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residenoe upon and
cultivation of the land In each year for three
(2) It the father (or mother, If the father i*
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
farm tn the vicinity of the land entered for,
the tequireinenls as to residence may be satisfied by such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him iu
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied hy
residence upon the said land.
Bix months' notice in writing should lie
given the Commissioner of Dominion I.iuirl-
nt Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal— Coai mining rights mav be leased
for a period of twenty-one years ut ati minimi rental of $1.00 per acre. Not more than
3.MJ0acres shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royulty at the rate of live cent*
per ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will nut be paid for.
Furniture Mnde to Orper.
Also Repairing nt' all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
r. McCutcheon
I'rinis inure live Boundary news limn
nny other paper published in tlm
tlistriet.. Tin' price ut' Tiik 8on is
only $1.00 per yenr—one-hall the coal
of Its competitors. Tiik .Sun Ib never
on the fence regarding question)) of
public interest. Tiik Sun is no.
knowlodged t<» be one of the brightest
papers published in the interior »f
the province. Those who subscribe
ami (eel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by callingat theofiics
uf publication.
Tiik Evkning Sun and the Toronto |
Weekly Globe and  Canadu Farmer,
81.00 per year iu advance,
Tiik Evkning .Sun. The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, ijli.00 per year in
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
Sample Copy Free.
Smb?"        « w. as™ ST., NKW YOHI.
Furniture Moving a Specialty.
All orders receive dronipt attention,
Hotel Province.
Tiik Sun is   read   by  evcrybdy   he
eauso it prints all the Boundary news.
Special   Old    Port  *1
Liion Bottling Works.
Receive both Ladles uml Gentlemen n. r,..i -
ili-iii ur ilny students! has a oomnlateCom-
iii'Tciui nr BualnoM Course! prppiir''* stu>
tlfiitNtoimlii   Teachers' Certttloatei ol   .1
fxadeat gives toe four years' course for tii«
■■■ \. iicirrcc.iuHl tin- lirst jrearofthe Sohnul
of Scldnoe eoursei In affiliation with the To.
rorito University 1 has a spcolal prospeotore*
oourae lor miners who work In nr. lu.truo*
lion i. also given in Art. Music, Physical 'ul*
ture uml Munition. Term opoQl Sept. II.
inns,  Por Calendars,eto.. uil<lr«.H.
You might as well try tn  reach
the Orb ol day by walking un a sunbeam as to attempt In reneh The Sun
per  gallon,  readers hy advertising in nny other
1 medium. SACK  OF
Brand if
49 LBS. FOR $1.85
] It Recommends Itself
ff^W Phone 12 Second Strec
SS/V , .
When you order office stationery
at The Sun job office you can rest
assured that it will be printed with
modern faces of type, and that the
workmanship will be up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete in the
Rev. II. TJ. MeKee left earlv in
the week to attend the Presbytery
meeting in Nelson.
Mrs. Watt was among those who
went from Grand Forks to witness the
carnival doings at Rossland.
Mrs. Hiekey entertained a number
of guests at her home on Second
street on Monday evening. The
hours were spent most pleasantly in a
musical way, and a dainty supper was
served before the guests
hostess good night.
at the evening's service is to be "A
Countless Host and Where They
Came From." The song service in
the evening starts promptly 7:15, and
every one is invitetl to come early, to
ling some old hymns and learn some
new ones.
[N THE MATTER of the estate of
Finlay Matheson, deceased.
NOTICK is hereby given that all
persons having any claim or demand
against the estate of the late Finlay
Matheson, who died, on or about the
lHth day of July, 11)01), that they are
requested to send the same by post
prepaid, or to deliver to the undersigned, their names and addreeses and
full particulars of their claims, and
particulars of the nature of the securities, if nny, held by them, duly verified, on nr before the 5th day of
February, 1910.
Dated at Fernie this  20th  dav  of
December, 1909.
Solicitors sor the Executors,
Eckstein Bldg., Fernie, B.C.
INDENTS promptly executed at
lowest cash prices for all kinds of
British  and  Continental   goods,
Books and Stationery,
Boots, Shoes and Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,
China, Earthen ware and Glassware,
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
Drapery, Millinery and Piece (ioods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metnls,
Imitation Jewellery and  Precious
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic anil Optical Goods,
Provisions and Oilmen's Stones,
etc., etc.
Commission 2\ to n°/c.
Trade Discounts allowed.
Special, Qutttalioiix on Demand,
Sample Cases from £10 upwards.
Consignments of Product suhl on Ac
(Established 1814),
25, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.
Cable Address: "Annuaiuk, London."
The next regular meeting of the
Citizens' Reform league will be held
in the Baptist church on Wednesday,
February 16, at 8 p.m.
bade   their
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lyden's little
daughter, Loretta, is recovering from
her recent severe illness.
Mrs. J. E. White returned on Saturday from a three months' visit to
Lynn, Brockville, KingRton and Ottawa.
Mrs. Lloyd A. Manly and her
daughter, Helen, have returned from
a few weeks' visit with friends in
Mrs W. A. Baker and son visited
at the home of the former's parents in
Republic last week.
Mrs. J. G. O'Keefe and son visited
relatives in Republic last week.
Chas. Fraser has returned  from  a
three weeks' visit to the  coast cities.
The passenger train schedule on the
C. P. R was changed on Tuesday
last. The west-bound train now arrives here at 14:05 and the east-
bound at 17 o'clock.
The pastor of the Baptist church
will speak to his congregation next
Sunday morning about "The Man of
God and His Message."   The subject
A new lot of latest designs of pro-
I gram and menu cards just received at
Thk Sun job office.
complete line of 1909 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chappi.k, Winnipeg
Bridge Street,
The hest and most
substantial tire-proof
bultdlngiti the Roun-
dtiry country. Recently completed und
ii l) w ly furnished
throughout. Equipped with all modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally located. Kirst-clnsH accommodations for the
ravelling public.
Hot and Gold Baths
First-Class Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
in Connection.
1 he Oliver 1 ypewriter
Pletuc read the hoadllne'over again, Then its
tremeudoiia rinntOcanoa will lawn upon you
An Oliver Tyoewr Iter—the standard visible
writer—the moflt highly per. ted typewriter
tm the market—yours fur l? cents    day!
The typewriter whuite Conquest of the com*
mereial world is h matter of hlstorv —your* fui
17 rents a day!
The typewriter that Ir equipped with seo of
such conveniences as   "    ' re*.—
■■The Kullug Device"—"The Double Release"—
••The Locomotive Bate"—"The AutotoiMlo
Spacer"—"The Automatic Tabulator"-—**Tho
Disappearing! ndleator"
—"The Adjustable ]•„-
perPingenj —"The Scientific I'nt'ileiiscil Koy-
Yours for   17
Gents a Day!
nii'ccd   this
new mien (nan receutly, JUBt to I'trl   ihe pulse ii
thc people    simply a small cash payment
thou 17 rents a day;  That is the plan in a nutshell.
The result lias been KUCh a delllgQ of appllcn-
lions im machines lhat we are .-imply as
The demand eimn-s from people of all classes,
till Ages, all occupations.
The majority ol inquiries hasoome from people of known financial standing who wero attracted by the novelty of the pi opus. 'on. Au
impressive demonstration of thn Immense popularity of 'he Oliver typewriter
A Btartling coi i firm ation o( our belief thnt
lhe Km of Universal Typewriting ibuiliitiid,n
A  Quarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
"Hje ___
The Standard Visible Writer
Tile Oliver Typewriter Ih ii miiiicv-iniikri'
riglit Irom the word "nu!" SoeiUvIo run Unit
beitliinen soon it ot In i lu- "expert" clues. Kuril
M ynu leiiru. Let the machine ray the 17 oenti
a day—aud nil above tlmt In yours.
wherever you are, there In' work to be done
and ininray m lie made by iisIiik the Oliver. Tbo
business world la calling for Oliver operators.
There nro not enough tn supply the demand,
Thoir salaries are considerably above those ol
iiiaiiy.cin._esol workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is tbe battle ory today, rte imve made
theOUver supreme lu usefttlneasand absolutely
Indispensable in buMues*. Now comes the con"
quest of the home.
Thc simplicity and strength ofthe Oliver lit it
for family use. It Is becoming an important
factor in the home training of young people.
An educator ns well as a money maker.
Our new selling plan puts the Oliver on the
threshold of every homo In America. Will vou
close the door of your home or Office on this re
marlrable Ollvor otter?
Write for further details of our ensv oiler and
a free copy of the new Oliver catalog.'   Address
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
The following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mine?
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix      613,637
Snowshoe. Phoenix       135,001
Mother Lode, Deadwood      208,321
B. C. Mine, Snmmit.
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
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, (ireenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eaglo	
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 ...
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
Past Week
We are prepared to do all kinda 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 com-'
petent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Total, tons  1.1-18,2:17
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  687,628
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  841,952
Dominion CcpperCo.'s Smelter  163,439
1,598,716      38,465
•'U 1,270
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and DodgerB,
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.
in itself an
i trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on vour ordor. We guarantee
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
TotalTreated      1,1.1:1,017     1,384,107        84,610
Allthorlned ^-shahes—,       Piiiil    Total to    Latent      Per
('rColSr-C^perV.V.V.-.V.V.v"^.^   30MOU     »»         201.200 Sept. 1907     .On
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of]
Ice Cream and Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
ior Honing a
Kaior Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North or Granby Hotel,
First Strict.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains,
Telephone A129
Rutherford Bros., Props.
60  YEARS'
Tbadc Mark*
Copyrights 4c.
Anyone lendtnf _> met oh tnd description m
qntokly ucertalD our opinion free whether on
Invention la probably p^nteMe, Communloe.
tlonlMrlrtlToonfldontlaLHANDBOOK onPetenl
lent free. Oldest agency foreecurlnipatentfc
Pat. n ti taken through Hunn t&receh
roclal notice, without Warn, In tlm
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.  * _._..
dilation of any aclentiflo Journal.   Term^for
Largest dr-
'" ran for
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