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 ZTbe
Sun.
Eighth Year—No. 8.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, December 25, 1908.
E$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
THE CITY COUNCIL
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held in the
council chambers on Monday evening, Mayor Fripp and Aid. Clark,
Miller, McCallum, Rutherford and
Woodland being present.
A communication from Dr. Fagan requested the council to forward to him the health report of the
city, as he' had to make his annual
report to the legislature. Referred
to the health deoartment.
The local health officer submitted
his monthly report, which was ordered filed. ■   «
The finance committee recommended the payment of the accounts
accumulated during the past month.
Approved.
The water and light committee
recommended the expenditure of
$15 for the repair of the workshop
at the pumpiujg station.   Approved.
The special aommittee appointed
at the last meeting of the council
to offer suggestions to the League of
British Columbia Municipalities,
which holds its - annus! convention
at the coast next month, recommended ,hat tbe Municipal Clauses
Act be amended:
1. Tbat municipal corporations
may build, repair and expend money
upon building and repairing of
bridges connecting any part of the
municipality and unorganized portions of the province.
2. That legislation be enacted
similar to tbat n force in the province of Quebec (see Revised Statutes
of Quebec, 1888), compelling lumber companies to make good all
damage caused by their Moating or
rafting timber down rivers within
the province.
3. That where the Act requires insertion of municipal notices in a
daily newepaper, that same be limited to municipalities in whicb a
daily newspaper is published, and
that in municipalities in which i
daily newspaper is not published,
that insertion of such notices in a
weekly newspaper shall be sufficient.
4. That the term for which mayors and aldermen shall be elected to
serve as such shall be for two years
instead of one, as at. present, and
that at least three of the aldermen
of municipal councils shall be elected annually.
5. That Section 17 of 'the Municipal Election Act, provijiijig for the
police magistrates and supreme
court judges ordering names to be
placed on municipal voters' lists
after the same have been certified
by tbe mayor, be amended hy limiting the time within which such
names may be so added to such
voters' lists to be not later than
nomination day in each year.
The finance committee reported
having entered into an agreement
with T. P. 0' Farrell whereby that
gentleman is to add a couple of
more additions to new city map.
The completed map is to cost {385,
and S50 for additional tracings.
The council ratified tbe  agreement.
Bylaw No. 57, defining the duties
of city officials, was reconsidered
and finally passed.
On motion of Aid. Woodland,
the resignation of Mr. Robinson as
poundkeeper was accepted, and Mr.
Quinlivan was appointed to fill the
vacancy.
J. A. McCallum was appointed returning officer in the next municipal
election, and H. C. Kerman, W. B.
Cochrane, Peter Donaldson nnd H.
H. Spinks were named as deputies.
The city solicitor reported that he
had forwarded the deeds of the lmi.i
on which the water tank is located
to Kamloops for registration. He
had also coinmuiiioated with the
railway commission in regard to
the dangerous condition of the C. P.
R. crossing near the Kettle river,
and had received a reply stating that
the board would hold sittings in this
province in February, when complaints from British Columbia would
be heard.
The council then adjourned.
Condemns Secret,ive Policy
We are daily receiving anxious
inquiries regarding the plans of the
Dominion Copper company, says
the Copper Curb anil Mining Outlook, of New York city, in referring
editorially to that coin piny in a recent issuej Up to the present time
the company has assumed a rather
secretive policy, and only tbe most
meagre details are obtainable with
reference to the company's rather
entangled affairs. We do not see
why there should be any such reticence exhibited by tbe company's
officials. If the financial condition
of tbe company is at all alarming,
the shareholders are entitled to be
advised as to the facts, and we consider that tbe officials would do well
to at once solicit the cooperation of
stockholders, if such assistance
U required. It certainly seems an
opportune time for the company to
place itself right with those who
bought the stock at $2 per share and
upwards and who still retain their
holdings. The policy of withholding from shareholders information
to which they are palpably entitled
is extremely harmful to the mining
industry, and we are surprised that
the Dominion Copper officials have
assumed an attitude or this kind.
We would certainly suggest to them
that they immediately take the
stockholders into tbeir confidhnce
and disclose to them precisely how
matters stand both .as regards the
physicial condition of the properties
and the company's financial standing. They will find by so doing
they will receive all the encourage
ment they require, both financial
and otherwise. Unless our experience has been of no avail, however,
they will discover that their entanglement will increase just so long as
they refrain from adopting an open
handed policy with those who are
probably just as intimately interested the welfare of Dominion Copper
as they themselves could possibly j
be. We have a great deal of confidence in the directorate of the company, and while we may be considered unduly presumptuous, we are
sure tbat they will find it to their
own interest and to the good of the
mining industry generally to adhere
tbe suggestions outlined above.
NEWS OF THE CITY
The Sun man was shown the blue
prints ot the new Yale hotel, the
plans for which have been prepared
by Robert Mcintosh, for the first
time this week. It will be a three-
story brick building, with a very
handsome front with large plate,
glass windows. The house will
contain about fifty large sleeping
apartments, every one of which is an
outside room, besides suites of rooms
for royalty, bridal chambers and
parlors. The ground floor, which
will be three feet above the sidewalk,
will comprise the office.diiiing-room,
kitchen, sample n oui, billiard room,
bar, etc. The building is planned
ro oclipse the old Yale hotel. The
lot extends sixteen feet beyond the
north side of building, ensuring
plenty of light. Some of the brick
for the building is now on lhe
ground, and construction work will
be commenced as early as possible
in the spring. The building will
probably be completed in June,
The Spokane chamber of com
merce lias extended an invitation to
the officers and members of the
Grand Forks board of trade and the
citizens generally to join the association in its second annual excursion
to southern California. A special
train will leave Spokane Friday
evening, February 5th. Reservations can be secured at any time by
communicating witb the secretary of
of the Spokane chamber of commerce.
The Province hotel, which is bi-
ing constructed under tbe superin
tendence of J. B. Henderson, is
rapidly nearing completion, and
Mr. Larsen expects to open the house
to the public about the 15th of next
month. A more detailed description of this substantial building may
appear in a later issue.
Lequime & Robinson, the lumber
men, have o force of sixty men in
the North Fork country getting out
saw logs for next season.
The postoffice at Bridesville wus
held up by three masked men on
Saturday evening und $70 was contributed by the postmaster. No ar-
r sts have yet been made.
It is reported that the British Columbia Cupper coinpuuy will resume
the payment of dividends next
month. Tbe company hus had a
successful run since last May.
There are forty men working at
the Republic mine at Republic, and
a railway spur is being built to No.
3 tunnel.
The Republic papers gave lengthy
and very complimentary reviews of
"A Regiment of Two," presented in
that city last week by the Grand
Forks Dramatic club.
The Palmatier Sister will give a
concert at the- opera house next
Tuesday night under the auspices of
the Bachelors' Social club.
It is reported that the Great
Northern railway contemplates building a spur from the main line of its
Phoenix branch to the British Columbia Copper company's properties
in Wellington camp.
"A Regiment of Two" was presented at the Phoenix opera house
last Monday nignt by the Grand
Forks Dramatic club. The members report having played to a fair
sized audience.
A new provincial police district
has been established, comprising the
electoral districts of Grand Forks,
Greenwood and Similkameen, with
headquarters in Greenwood. C. J.
Bunbury, of Kamloops, will be chief
constable, and will assume his duties
January 1st.
John Donaldson wishes all his
customers the best compliments of
the season, and desires to thank
them for their liberal patronage during the past yeir, and hopes to merit
their cenfidetice in future.
A. D. Morrison, tbe jeweler, desires to thank his numerous custom*
ers for fheir liberal patronage, and
wishes them a merry Christinas and
a happy New Year.
It is reported that tracklaying will
begin next week on the V., V. & E.
west of Keremeos.
' A fatal accident occurred in the
Granliy ni'n-s at Phoenix late last
Frid ty ii g it, by which John T. Anderson and Charles Johnson were
killed. They had just completed
charging nio'teen holes with dynamite, antl a premature explosion resulted in some uimncnuntiible manner.
Johnson's body was mutilated beyond
recogni io'.i.
The following are the proposed services in Holy Trinity church on Sunday, December 27: Morning prayer,
11 a. m.—Hymn 59; Venite, Woodward; Te Deum, Bostkerck; Banedic-
tus. Beethoven; Hymn 329; Hymn
4-SS; sermon; anthem, solo; Hymn 60.
Childiei'a carol service, 3 p.m. Evening prayer, 7:30 pm—Hymn 60;
Magnificat, Burnett; Nunc Dimitis,
Burnett; Hymn 63; Hymn 482; sermon; anthem, solo; Hymn 62.
Fraser >fc Russell, who purchased
the Granby hotel last week from John
Temple, took possession of tho house
in 12 o'clock Sunday night. The
price paid was 812,000. Both Mr.
Kraserand Mr. Russell are hotel men,
and are pioneers of the eity, and will
undoubtedly make the Granby one of
the popular hostelries in the Boundary
country.
H. C. Hanington, one of the pioneer
barristers of the city, will remove next
week, with his family, to Victoria,
where Mr. Hanington will engage
in the practice of his profes
sion. The best wishes of their numerous friends in this city will go
with the family to their new home.
John Temple, late proprietor of the
Granby hotel, will leave with his
family on the 29th for Victoria, where
ne intends to engage in the hotel
I u -iness Mr. Temple is a pioneer of
Grand Forks, and has been enterprising and public spirited, and the citizens will regret to learn of his intended departure.
The druggists defeated the hankers
in the first hockey mutch of the sea
sou at the rink on Tuesday evening by
a score of 4 to 0.
Pong .Singh (no relation to Teja
Singh J was tried before Judge Cochrane on Monday last, the charge
against llilll being tneft. lie was
found guilty, and sentenced to two
months at hard labor iu tho Nelson
jail. Chief Savage escorted the prisoner to his now plane of residence
Monday evening.
Miss Musgrove, stenographer in
the Granby ollices, and Miss Bruce,
one of the public school teachers, are
spending their holiday vacation in
Spokane and Rossland.
Peter Santure, one of the pioneers
of this city, and Mrs. Howard, formerly proprietress of the Clarendon
restaurant, »ore married in this city
on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Father
Hartman performing the ceremony.
N. D. Mcintosh, who recently disposed of his furniture store to Aid,
Frank Miller, left yesterday for
Evantnn, Rosshire, Scotland, where
ho will visit his aged mother. Mr.
Mcintosh will remain in the old conn-
try for an indefinite poriod.
PRAISE FOR SHOW
Maxwell Smith, Dominion fruit inspector for British Coluinhin, wbo
was chairman of the boiird of judges
at the National Apple show at Spokane, when growers from British
Columbin carried off handsome
premiums, in an interview in Spokane said that as a demonstration of
what the grent west can do in the
production of the king of fruits the
festival was a success, and as an
educational agency its value cannot
be fully estimated, adding:
"In the magnificent manner in
which the whole enterprise hns heen
brought to a succefnl issue the premiers and management hnve rendered a service to the fruit-Hrowing
industry in particular, nud the people of the whole Pacilic slope in
general, that cannot be estimated in
dollars and cents.
"Of my colleagues on the stuff of
judges I hnve formed the highest
opinion. We may not hnve been
nble to please everybody, hut that
may be the fault of the unsuccessful
exhibitors and may be remedied
next time by themselves. If any
mistakes have been made it must be
charged to an error in judgment.and
nof to lack of desire on our part to
perform our duties faithfully and
conscientiously without fear or
fovor.
"I cannot too highly express my
appreciation, which was fully shared
hy the other judges, of the grent
kindness and consideration shown
us by the management of the show.
Spokane has certainly done itself
proud on every hand.
"Our exhibitors from British Columbia are all highly pleased with
their treatment and well satisfied
with their success in the competitions. The liberal display in the
decorations with the Union Jack
and the British ensign was a pleasing courtesy which your Canadian
visitors appreciated."
Work and Longevity
It is an adage which long antedates the gospel of the strenuous life
that it is better to wear out than to
rust out; and even in the care of the
brain, according to evidence lately
developed ill a lawsuit in England,
rusting nut is quicker. The addiction of idle people to paresis
and insanity is largely due to
mental stngnntion. Tho brnin,
like ony other organ, requires an
abundant supply of blood, and this
is to he had by a pretty constant
thinking. It is well known thnt
brain workers ns a class nre long
lived. One of the leading Knglish
specialists testified thnt, in his opinion, a normal brnin should never be
permitted to be unemployed exeept
during sleep, nnd that most people
sleep more than is good for them.
He stiongly recommended that every
one should have a hobby, nnd in his
spare moments pursue it seriously
and ardently, ns if for the time it
were the one real Interest in life.
There are interesting and profitable
specialties related to evciy trade,
and lacking these, one should lead
his mind to whatever attracts it,
from chess to the cosmic theory of
the universe.
It is reported that the C. P. R.
will run its Boundary passenger
trains from Nelson in the night. ®lj, Stoning §mt
Pobllshod at Grand Forks, British Columbia.
O. A. KvdSB Editor and Publisher
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1908
last summer was a disgrace and a
nuisance, and there should be no
repetition of it.
• i^HE SUN wishes all its readers,
1     and everybody else, a   Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.
DURING the next three or four
weeks Cevic elections will engross the atteutioO of the electors in
every municipality in the province.
The selection of a competent and
progressive city government is frequently of more importance to the
municipality interested than the po-
Hticul shade of the national or provincial government, as incompetence
in civic affairs has ruined the future
of many city a with bright prospects.
In Grand Forks no names hnve yet
been mentioned for either mayoralty
or aldermanic honors; but the candidates will undoubtedly make
themselves known as soon as they
have passed through the Christmas
festivities, and it will then be in order for the citizens to pick the best
material obtainable.
Hon. Frank Oliver, minister of
the interior, prior to leaving Winnipeg for Ottawa laBt.week, said that
British Columbia would next year
receive more attention from the
large American investors than in
any previous year, and his department would mnke special arrange
ments to look after this province's
Dterests.
The western branch of the Canadian Mining Institute will meet in
Greenwood January 14th.
CITY NEWS
A LAW providing ror bi-annual
city elections would proliab'y
be an "improvement the present
method of electing mayors and
aldermen annually; but the recommendation approved by the city
council dues not aim at this, and it
is therefore difficult to see what
good the suggested amendment to
the Municipal Clauses Act could accomplish. The change would not
lessen the cost of holding civic elections, as the advertising and preparation of the voters' lists would
Btill have to be done annually, and
there is no more labor attached lo
electing a whole council than half
a one. Those who favor the change,
argue that it would he the means of
keeping good men in office for two
yenrs. But it would also work the
other way—it would bu impossible
11 get rid of an undesirable officer in
less than two years, and we all know
that sometimes even one year is too
long a term for some ollicers. As
Tbe Sun views the mutter, it appears
to he the part of wisdom to stick lo
the one-year term as long as municipal elections nre held annually, because good ollicers e.in always here-
elected, unci it is sometimes desirable to get of rid of others in at the
end of one year.
1\HE Dominion parliament will
meet next month,"nnd it is
hoped thnt during the session time
will not he wasted in useless discus-
si, n, ns it was lust summer. The
suggestion which wns given publicity some lime ago that steps
should be taken by the govern ment
to prevent the waste of time iu the
house, and limit disenssi m un controversial subjects, hns,met with decided objection from n certain section of the Conservative press. This,
however, is not likely to cause the
government to vary from nny line of
action which it may hnw decided
upon. The | e iple of the country
will support Sir Wilfrid Laurier
should he decide to amend the rules
of the house. The tiresome harangues
of Geo. E. Foster, and the iteration
and reiteration of bis few followers,
should be stopped. The country is
heartily tired of bearing this man's
talk, and the ni inner in which he
monopolized the time of the  house
A deal for the Bale of Joseph L.
Manly's ten-acre orchard, situate on
the Covert estate, has now practically been consummated. The purchaser is Eugene Herrick, who during the past year has rented a ten-
acre plot on the same estate. The
consideration, though not made public, is said to give Mr. Manly a good
profit on the investment he made
when he purchased the orchard a
Couple of years ago, and includes a
ranch near Edmonton, Alta., ns
part payment. Mr. Manly will
probably continue to make his residence in the vulley if the deal is
made, and intends to engage in general ranching.
Notice to Fruit Growers.—The
Fruit Grower publication, should
be in the hands of every fruit
grower in the Boundary, as its information is thoroughly   authentic.
I'ul'liabcd    monthly.       SuliPcriplilin
price 50 cents per yenr. If the Jun-
uiry number is not ,worth the price
of a year's subscription the money
will be refunded Names nnd subscription price may be left with S.
T. Hall, telegraph office-, city. W.
H- Covert, agent.
Special Old Port $1 per gallon-
Lion Bottling Works.
There is no room for doubt that the
concert by the Piihnatier Sisters' Orchestra and Concert coinpany at the
Grand Forks opera house on the
night of Tuesday, December 29th,
will be the most pretentious musical
event of the season. They are too
well known here to need ninch introduction. After the concert the Pal-
niatier sisters will furnish the music
for the Bachelors' Social club's ball.
Seats nre now selling at Rutherford ct
Mann's drug store.
The Misses Nellie nnd Isabel
Henderson, lenchers of the Carson
nnd Bndesville schools, respectively,
nre spending Ihe holidays with their
parents in this city.
Larue Bottle Port Wine, 75c   Lion
Bottling Works.
C. G. Wheeler will hold a turkey
shoot at Observation mountain on
December 3|st, New Year's" Eve.
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   Beer,
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
Mining Stock Quotations
New  York, Dec. 23—The following
cro today's opening quotations for  the
stocks mentioned:
Asked. Bid
Granby Consolidate!!. 110.00 10500
B.C. Copper    -787 7.62^
Dominion Copper      1.06>4 .93J}
CHUKCH SERVICES
Knox Presbyterian Ciiukch—
Sabbathsorvices at 11 a.m. and 7:30p.
m.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:4,5 a.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
m. M id-week prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m, All are cordially
invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, Rev. Schlich
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30.
Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Church, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    bun Job Office.
Agents Wanted—16x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each.
You can make 400% profit or 836 per
week. Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 W.
Taylor St., Chicago, HI.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Business lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun office. Enquire of Lew
Johnson.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
OAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
VJ LEW JOHNSON, M»e.ACtR
THE SEAS0N'8|MUSICAL EVENT
One Night-Tuesday, Dec. 29
The  Palmatier   Sifters
ORCHESTRA AND CONCERT CO.
The most unique and brilliant musical
organization in the world.  Under
the auspices of the
BACHELORS' SOCIAL CLUB
Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Duets,
Trios, Quintettes. Also Standard
Classic   and   Descriptive   Overtures.
Brilliant Dramatic Entertainers.
Special Elaborate Scenic and Electrical Equipment.
PRICES -   - 75c AND $1.00
Reserved seats at RuthorfordeSc Mann's
Grand Ball after  Concert.    Music by
Palmatier Sisters' Orchestra.
GOOD CEDAR
SHINGLES
ITQ «jr per 1000f.o.
3&.LO Grand Forts.
Address:
R. G. RITCHIE, CASCADE, B. C.
SEE
THE WONDER
W. J, Brandrith, seerennry of the
British Columbia Fruit firowers' ns-
soeintiiin is endenvoring to secure a
reduction in the freight nnd express
rntes on fruit from British Colum-i
hia to the prairie provinces and
frnm the interior of British Columbia to the coast cities.
Rev. J. fiillinn. of North Villi-
ennver, hns heen elected moderator
of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church.
You might ns well try to reneh
the nrb of dnv hv walking nn n sunbeam ns tonttempt tn reneh The Sun
renders by advertising in any other
medium.
Ladles' and Children's Hosiery
FtyluHund prices.
Hand-Embroidered Waist Drawn Work
Cushions and Braid Centers
Next to McInneV, Hriilfte ?tc(!t.
cTWRS. IDA L. BARNUM
CERTIFICATE   OF    IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Metal Quotations
Nev York. D<c _3--SHVPr, 50Wi
el-ntfnlylc ennnftf, I4-^@H I"
London, D c 28.— .fiver " 23 5 Id-
lend   1!13. '
Mont win Mineral Claim, situate In the
Grand Korku Milling DtvUlon uf Yale District.
Where located:   In  Gloucester camp,  and
iidjotniiin  the    Tiger,    Opher and   Pinto
Mineral Claims.
TAKK NOTICK that I, R. A. Hendenioii, acting  aa  agent  for  Heyumiir    Hired,   free
Miuer'H (Vrlilleate Nu.  H1073U, intend,  sixty
days from Hn-  date   hereof, tu apply to the
Mining Recorder fur a Certificate uf hull itveiitHiii* it.,   ue purpose uf obtaining n
I row ii Grant of the ahove claim.
And further take notice that action, under
motion  37,   uiiiht   he commenced hefore the
ixKiumce of nuoh Certificate of   Improvement!.
Dated thli 18th duy nf August, A.D. 1908.
R. A. HENDERSON.
Fresh Killed
Turkeys,  Ducks, Geese
and Fowl 7_
and all delicacies
e season
Call
on
P. BURNS 8 CO.
and a Happy New Year is Assured
FOUNTAIN PENS
For the business mnn and people in every walk of life
nothing is more convenient or,gives greater satisfaction
than a Fountain Pen.
WATERMAN'S   IDEAL AND  AITOFILLER PENS
Prices $2.50 to $6.00.   Guaranteed.
WOODLAND C®, CO.
phone 13      Prescription Specialists
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received »t
The Sun job office.
NOTICE
NOTICE lu hereby given that ths time for
I* flee reception oftenders for Verne,ce, B.
C, Publio lleiilillini- haci been extended to
December 80th, 1908.
Pleieee, and specifications are alio to be Men
at Victoria and Vancouver, 11. C.
By Order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER ,
Seoretary.
Uapeee'tmne.t of Public Works,
Ottawa, November Mi, 1908.
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price [Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE i
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Panics Intending to build wi.l do well to consult me
CERTIFICATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Excelsior, Greenwood ceni! Exc-hanae Mlnoral
Claims, altueite In lhe Urieied Forks Mining Division of Veele District.
Whore Located: Rati Creek Camp and East
oiiiridiuii Mineral Olaim,
TAKE NOTICE Hint I, B. A. Henderson, at
aiti-ni for Haymow Blroti, free Miners' Car-
llllriile No. BIOTeW, and I'. VV. Mc.Hrcccnr, Free
Miners' Certllleate No. H107IS, Intend, sixty
cIhvs from elate herceel. lee ee|,|elv tn the Mining
Itccriier loree Cctlileietciei Improvements, lor
thu purpose ol obtaining crown grants ol lhe
ubuve claims
And further tnke notioe that action, under
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It lists and describes 4636 copper
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Local advertisers should make a
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fourth successful season, and has met
with approval wherever presented,
and has been used as a text by two
ministers in their sermons. The play
is full of comedy bits. It is comedy
that a girl or woman can laugh at and
not blush at the same time. The burlesque duel scene in the third act between Zeke Dasher and Bunlick Tubbs
is said to be one scream from start to
finish, and five other comedy characters keep the audience in a happy
frame of mind. All special scenery is
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said to be strictly a scenic production
from first act to last. Some pleasing
singing and character specialties are
introduced during the action of the
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town. A band and orchestra has
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Saturday, Dec. 26
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ALONG
THE
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fetquent desire to urinate, especially
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Af, well known druggist here in
town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily
mixed at home by shaking well in a
bottle. This mixture has a peculiaa
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All that ministers
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The   pulpit   often  fails
pew's viewpoint.
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naval officer gave great offense to the
German nation. The matter was
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C HRISTMAS QUATRAINS The tru^h™dul"ttg their nead9inowV
I
Of
~.  Great Jehovah's all embracing
BY OSOROI CREEL j ^^
AGAIN the star dawns in the east-   Because there is a   dour they   stand
ernsky; | without.
Again we hear   the shepherd's
startled cry
As waking in his midnight sleep he
8ies
The camels of the wise  men sweeping
by.
The years have worked   their measure
of decay.
Where are the inn and  stable?   Who
can say
"This is the  spot?" or   "There the
very place
Where   Lord   Christ   came   into the
light of day!"
No more chants Caiphas   his vengeful
song,
And scattered to the winds are all the
throng
That clamored  for  Barabbas, only
held
In memory by reason of their   wrong.
The
weak   Bouled   Pilate
p tssed away;       M^^^^^^
Gl'eat Caesar, too, is now at one  with
clay,
The'r mighty Rome forgotten   save
as theme
To keep the grumbling schoolboy from
his play.
Content   are   we,   the children of his
hand,
To wait, nor insolently demand,
Assured   that   in   God's own good
time he will
Unlock   the   door   and let us understand.
Of all thy gracious gifts, 0 God   Most
•  High,
The dearest of tbem   all is this   clear
___^e
Of'fcith with whicli we   shrine the
- •■   miracle
Of far-off Bathlehein and time defy.
O Virgin, wert thine eyes   less   una-
, {raid
Or didst thou   shrink   more  startled
anil dismayed,
When first thou felt that life  with-
^^^^^^B        in and learned
long has On   thee   God's  precious burden had
| been laid?
lloianna!    Glory to the Son pf Man!
O <iappy moments ere his work began
Of lifting from the world its weight
of sin
And making straight salvation's tender plan!
No hint of Pontius Pilate's late decree,
Tne lonely horror of Gethsemane!
No prescince of thorny diadem
Or shadow from the hill of Calvary.
Humility divinel    A manger birth—
The   humhlt-   stable bathed in holy
light-
The Babe upon a truss of straw—
the mild
Eyed kine awaked to wonder at the
sight.
Alas, still lingers issue of that kine,
The thick of wit, who can detect no
sign
Of God in Christ's dear birth   nor
understand
The   marvel   of   the holy bread and
wine.
And sons of doubting Thomas still
abide
With us on earth and still   the truth
deride
Because they cannot grasp his nail-
torn He nils
And see blood|gu«h from' his pierced
side.
0 shame of shames!   The wise   men
saw on high
God's guiding star gleam in the   eastern sky
And straightway   journeyed   forth
across the world
With ne'er a question of where or why.
Thv   place   within the heavens ever
hold,
0 blessed star, and like those men ot
old,
May we have faith and hope to follow on
And at our journey's end  the Christ
behold!
I am prepared to deliver good,
clean fresh milk to any part of the
city. Any person wanting it may
call on me or leave orders at N. L.
Mclnnes & Co.'s store. E. Mayhew,
Rancher.
What must have been thy happy.sweet
amaze
To see the aureate halo blaze
And from the wide  Dung  gates of
paradise
To   hear   the   mighty   harmonies  of
.„, praise!
jj Loud sang the golden   throated  cher
ubi
v... >; _vVri.v"">f nf frankincense and |
Steals down the centuries, and as
were t       ,
But yesterday, so sweet and new ;t| And all the^wheeling  hosts of   sera
seems, ,
Did Virgin Mary hear the Harbinger.
Let fools with much pretense of   wisdom scout
phim,
Whose snowy pinions
canopy
Of virgin white the heaven's
rim.
changed   to
sapphire
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The  following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907
Granby Mines, Phoenix      613,537
Snowshoe. Phoenix       135,011
Mother Lode, Deadwood      208,321
B. C. Mine, Snmmit.,
Emma, Summit  ..
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix.
1908
986,971
38,686
292,271
1,712
18.274
14,481
43,295
12,253
       ________________ 64'173
Sunset, Deadwood         31,270
Past Week
20,53(1
3,370
10,535
64,400
5,780
480
Mountain Rose, Summit.,
Athelstan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, Weft Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Buy, West Fork	
Duncan	
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	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
31,258
G49
90
10,740
3.802
530
120
65
86
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
50
245
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion CopperCo.'s Smelter  153,439
1,410,665       34,921
949,4?2
351,603
2.,b«6
12,12 2
13,247
For Sale, Cheap—A course of book
keeping in the I. C. S. Apply at this
office,
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PRINTING
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Commercial  Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
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a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
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Ice Cream  and Summer Drinks
COR. BRID6E AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop
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&
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements,
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1st Door North of Ukanhy Hotel,
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Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
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60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tiudc Marks
Demon*
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Am/ooo Mndlnf a ikrtcb and detcrlptlem may
nlokly uncertain our opinion freMVrbetber an
'Taction laprobablrna^tal_e_Coinnranlca.
IdouttaL HANDBOOK on Patent*
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moUa, wtbontam* c_tT~
[CQMtBMtahDQW'
*•- "» F BU Waablngtoo. I
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,359,969        35,369
Pacific Hotel
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Flrit-clau ln every respect.
Sample roocni for cummer-
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BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.
-DIVIDIKDS-
Authorised .--StUlM—. Paid   Total to   Utert     Per
NAMiorOollFiST.             Capital.   limed. Par. 1X16.    .Date.„    Date.   Share
Granby Coiieeeellilatcel -Copper...f »,«»,«»     10,000 $100 »l,620,0O1l W,W9,««0 Deo. MM M.00
Caribou McKiimey-Uold     1,850.000  UM.000    fl ....„._,       "«•„? ?eb;   S_      _
Prcldeooe-Sllver       800000      11000     h 16.000      _»H» !"«>*• •»»     •;_
H.C. Copper-Copper     M0O.0UO    WMWl    $5                J01.MO Sept. 1107     .04
We carry the most fashionable stock
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office in this section thai have the
correct material for printing it. The
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Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Hake them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
glance.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.   Bun Job Office.
Agents Wanted—16x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each.
You can make 400% profit or 136 per
week. Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 W.
Taylor St., Chicago, III.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Business lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun oflice. Enquire of Lew
Johnson.

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