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 Sun.
Sixth Tear-No. 1
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, November 2, 1906
Semi-Weekly—$1.00 Per Year In Advance
ZINC RESOURCES
Report of Commission Appointed   to Investigate
\ \ Conditions in B. C.
Question of Smelting in Canada Is Minutely Treated
in Report
The Sun has received from the min
ister of the interior a copy of the re*
port of the commission appointed to
investigate the zinc resources of British Columbia und the conditions affecting their exploitation. The investigation was undertaken in response to
petitions from the Silver Lead association and the associated board of trade
of British Columbia. Mr. Walter
Ronton Ingalls, editor of the Engineering and Mining Journal, New
York, was appointed chief of the
staff, with Mi. Phillip Argall, M. E.
of Denver, and Mr. A. C. Garde of
Nelson, B. C, as his assistants, the
f inner taking the field work in connection with developed mines, of the
province, the latter acting aa Mr. Ar-
gall's assistant. Dr. A. E. Barlow
and Mr. Joseph Keele of the geological survey were detailed to investigate
the underground zinc ore deposits.
The metallurgical investigation of the
samples of ore collected was conducted
by Mr. Henry E. Wood of Denver,
under the supervision of Mr. Argall
and in consultation with Mr. Ingalls.
The investigation was intended to
cover the following points: (1) The
examination of the present development of mines to determine approxi
mutely the tonnuge of zinc ore immediately available; its occurrence
andchaiacter and the future prospects
together with the cost of mining? (2)
Examination of the present method of
milling. (3) Investigation of the ad-
aptabilityvif the ores to the new methods of concentration (magnetic elec-
trotastic etc.) (4) The study of the
conditions affecting the marketing of
the concentrates, including the question of smelting in the province or
elsewhere in Canada. (5) The in*
vestigation of the possibility of the
special utilization of the zinc ore if of
high silver content.
The first phase of the enquiry was
\-ery thoroughly investigated und the
commission ascertained that zinc in
large commercial quantities could be
produced in British Columbia, The
tonnage immediately available in the
Ainsworth and Slocan districts was
estimated at approxiiiirtel;* 30,000
tons of nominal zine content of 6" por
cent, corresponding to a production
of upwards of 20, OoO tons of spelter,
or approximately four times the present consumption of the dominion. The
Canadian consumption moreover is
only about one half in tho form of
spelter, the remainider consisting of
sheet and rolled plate. It is to be
expected, therefore, Mr. Ingalls snys,
thut for a long time to come a lurge
portion of the zinc ore or spelter produced in British Columbia will be exported. The spelter cannot enter the
United States because the American
tariff *bf 1.5 cents per pound is prohibitive, besides America itself is at
times a considerable exporter of spelter. Tho plans that are on foot for
zinc smelting in  Australia would ap
pear  to provide for the requirement*!
of the Australian  market und  much.
. I
more.   The prospects are consequently
that the major portion of uny spelter j
that may be produced in Canada'
must be marketed in Europe. With
respect to the occurrence and character of the zinc ores, these have in
every cuso been carefully examined
und described in detail. The report
is accompanied by plates illustrating
their geological features and modes of
occurrence. The fnture prospects are
that with the employment of the correct methods of milling i.nd treatment
for the different classes of ore and a
careful observance of the suggestions
made by the commission, a stable zine
industry, capable for u long time of
meeting the demands of the dominion
will be established. The cost of mining in every possible case wns deter
mined by the cmnmission.und amounted to about S-'.uO for every ton jf
raw material taken out in two of the
largest mines. This sum includes the
general and engineering expenses.
The examination of the methods of
milling at present carried on in lii-i
tish Columbia disclosed the fact that
un inperfect knowledge of the classes
of ore deult with wus the cause of
some of the mills, which were former
ly operated, being closen down. The
proper methods of miiling for each
class of ore is clearly set forth in the
report, and if closely followed will enable these nou-producers to resume
operations at a profit. Several schemes
for milling with descriptions of the
best appliances to be used are euum
erated in the report.
In regard to the investigation of
the adaptability of the ores to the
new methods of concentration—magnetic, eleotiostrostio and so forth
the exhaustive experiments made
with the many classes of ore demon
strated that the zine ores of British
Columbia can be highly concentrated
by magnetic treatment, it being possible in every case to produce zinc con
centrates assaying upward of 40 per
cent zinc, in many cases concentrates
assaying 50 per cent zinc and in some
cases concentrates assaying us high as
57 per cent zinc. As regards the con
ditions affecting tho marketing of the
cancentiates, the report treats the
subject in a most comprehensive man
ner. Up to 1905 the production of
zinc ore in British Coltmbiu was up*
proximately 11,000 tons, which was
chiefly exported to the United States,
a snlall quantity being sent to Europe.
Since the establishment of the Canadian Smelting works at Prank, Alberta, Canada has entered the market
for these ores. There ure consequently three markets open to the ores of
British Columbia, viz.,Europe, United
States and Canada, The most profitable market rov ores' is governed by
the prevailing price of spelter in London und New York, the former ruling
the European market and tlte latter
that of tho Un.t'il States. Accordingly the London and Now Vork prices, together with the freight rules to
the destined points must lie considered
in determining where tho ore shall be
marketed to the best advuntage. Another fact to be borne in mind is that
British Columbia ores going to the
United States aro subject t<i tt duty of
20 per cent ad valorem, whereas no
duty is imposed on these ores into
Europe.
The question of smelting in British
Colnmbia or elsewhere in Canada is
minutely treated in the report. So
fur ns fuel is concerned, British Col-
Continued on Second Page.
FRUIT JROWING
Prof. Lake, of Oregon, Delivers an Interesting Lecture
Ranchers Should   Make the
District Famous for One
or Two Varieties
at the Maple Leaf, nnd that tenders
will be invited fnr the sinking of a
50-foot shaft on the property tbis
winter.
Prof. K. H. Luke, the well known
Horticulturist of Oregon, delivered
a lecture in the reading room of the
athletic club last Wednesday evening on the commercial value of fruit
raising. The meeting, which was
presided .over by Mr. Honsberger,
was notable on account of the lurge
attendance of people interested in
fruit growing in this vulley, indi
eating tbat they are awakening to the
necessity of applying scientific nieth
ods to horticulture.
Prof. Lake's address lasted for
about an hour, after which he answered questions propounded by the
audience. Mr. Lake is nothing if
hot practical. Heemphasie*d the fact
that the ranchers here should ascertain the varieties of fruit best adapted
to .the district, and then stick to
these varieties. Of apples he recommended the Jonathan, Roman
Beauty, Newton Pippin,Gravenstein,
Spitz and King, and of cherries the
Bing and Royal Ann. The Orange
Pippin apple was in great demand
in London, and thiit market could
never get enough of them. He did
not know whether it could be
grown here ot^not. It it could, it
was the kind to grow. He advieed
his hearers to take only one or two
varieties, and grow these, as this was
the only way to make money. To
make apple raising profitable,' they
had to be shiped in large quantities.
This fall the New York market wns
glutted with apples. But they were
merely apples. Apples could this
year be bought for 75 cents ii bushel, but just the si ine the Spitz and
the Newton Pippin were command*
ing $l'.25 a box ut present, and be
fore next would probably ri-e to 85
The speaker was of the opinion thai
too many growers in this province
were starting in to raise apples for
the Northwest market. They should
plant Varieties suited for the foreign
market, which was the most profitable. This section could not coin
pete iu the cheaper varieties, bui
few other district could compete
with this province in raising the
choicer varieties. At ihe conclusion
of thi' address, Mr. Lake gave n
number of practical details as io
pruning, soil, fertilizers, etc
After the lecture, a hearty vote of
thanks wus tendered Mr. Lake. In
making the motion, Mr. I'mrell
expressed the hope that A horticultural society would soon be organ
ized here.
A report was published in a Nelson paper this week to the effect
that Judge W. H. 1*. Clement, of
this city, hud been elevuted to the
position on the supreme bench made
vacant by the promotion of Mr.
Justice Duff to the supreme court of
Canada. Up to the present time
Mr. Clement has received no official
notification of the appointment.
\V. S. Huttur, of Vancouver; W.
H- Norris, of Midway, and Lt. Col.
Glos8o|*T*of Vernon, were in the city
last Wednesday. These gentlsmen
are connection with the big irrigation
project at Midway, an enterprise
which will convert that section into
one of the beauty spotB of the interior. While here they were taken
oo several jaunts through the valley,
with which they were favorably impressed. They spoke enthusiastically of their Midway undertaking,
and stated that it was their intention to bring out 100 families from
England next spring and settle them
on irrigated land.
Some of the Hindus who recently
arrived in the Boundaiy from Vancouver are endeavoring to make
their way into the United States. At
present two of them are being detained at Northport on the ground
that they are liable to become public charges. Up to the present time
they have made no attempt to cross
tbe line ut this port.
W. H. Covert, the pioneer fruit
grower of this valley, left yesterday
lor Bonnington Falls, having been
sent lor by C. L. Gunsiicr, a large
orcbardist of that place. Mr. Covert
will superintend the establishment
of a water system on the Guusner
ranch.
The Orange society of tbis city
will huve their annual church parade next Sunday, and will worship
in the Methodist church. The members will meet at their hull uud
march to the church in a body.
CITY NEWS
M. M. Johnson, consulting engineer of (he Dominion Copper company, who examined the Maple
Leaf mine in Franklin camp last
week, returned to the city Wednesday, after inspecting other properties
in Rossland and Republic. It is
stated that cabins are to  be erected
A story regarding an attempted
nold up by a stage driver running
out of Midway has reached the city.
It is suid thut when his stage reached Rook Creek he drew a couple of
guns on his passengers und demanded their money and valuables.
As thu man wus under the inlluence
of liquor ut thc time, the fuels in the
case aro being suppressed.
Karl Grey, governor-general of Can-
.icla, lias purchase I a IK) acre ranch on
Kootenay lake, :•() miles below pn c-
tor, on the west side of which 15 aorta
is cleared and planted with fruit tree*.
The ranch has 1400 feet frontage on
tho lake with a mountain 2000 feet
high rising behind and a sn iwoapped
range across the lake in front.
CHURCH SERVICES
I Methodist Church—Services  on
Sunday at usual hours. Morning
subject, "The Orangeman's Good;"
evening subject, "Working Up." If
not worshipping elsewhere we will bo
glud to have worship with us. E.
Manuel, pastor.
Baptist    Cnuiioti—Rev;   F.   W.
\uvach, pastor. Services at 11 tt. in.
tnd "i.'H'ji. m. in the school room of
church building.
The Owners, Manitoba, Capitalists,  Visit   Property
and Granby Smelter
Men of Prominence Who Represents Millions of Dollars
A party of thirty-five prominent
Manitobians, being the officers and
principal owners of the Belcher mine,
located about midway between this
city and Republic on the reservation,
arrived in tbis city this morning fro.ii
the mine, and visited the Granby
smelter, with which they expressed
themselves as highly pleased. The
party, when it left Winnipeg, consisted of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Clark, Archibald Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McNaugh-
ton, Thomas Boland, Dr. Willoughby,
William Richardson, Mr. S. C. Fee,
Mr. Cahill, Hugh Armstrong, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Fraser, James Fraser,
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. McNaughton,
Thomas Hartley, Mr. Blackhall and
W. A. Docker. At Spokane and Belcher Junction this party was
joined by D. F. Anderson, president
of the Belchir Mining company and
the Belcher Mountain Railway company; J. L. Harper, manager of the
Belcher Mining company and the Belcher Mountain Railway coinpany; C.
Eugene Bortle, president of the Bor-
tle Copper-Gold company; J. E. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Balston McCoig
und W. H. Wright,
After niuking an inspection covering two dnys of the Belcher Mining
company's properties, the Belcher
Mountain railway, the Bortle, Iron
Queen, Winnipeg und other claims in
that district, the party boarded their
privute cur and came on to the Granby smelter at the invitution of Gener-
al Manager Juy P. Graves.
The members of the party were
highly elated with the progress thut
hud been mude on the various properties in which they are interested. Dr.
C. W. Clark, especially, expressed
himself us very well pleased with the
work done. A number of the ollicers
stated that they expected to commence
shipping ore inside of two months.
They also stated thut they hud received nssurui.ces from the Granby man
ttgiiiont that they would treat all the
ore that the mine could ship.
The steel for the tramway forming
thu Connecting link between the mines
and the ruilwuy are on the ground,
and the 'iiuchinery for its complete
equipment will ulso bu on the ground
in u few days. After its Installation
the Belcher will be making regular
shipments  to tho  Granby  smelter.
The properties which have already begun to ship ore are the Oversight and
Winnipeg.
Tlio No. 1 tunnel on the Belcher is
rapidly getting in ou the adjoining
ground of the Bortle Copper-Gold
company's claim with thoir electric
drills. The upraise is connected with
tunnels Nos. 2 und .') on the Belcher
property, und the miners ure now tapping the upraise between Nos. 1 nnd
2, which will provide n perfect system
of ventilntion to the drifts and stopes.
The party goes direct from here to
Spokane, whero they will separate and
pay visits to different sections of the
country before returning to Winnipeg.
fi
i Don't Go
To Spokane
To buy a watch or a present
for the itui.v. In the line of
watches we have nn assortment
that ia unexcelled, at prices
not to be beaten tliere or any-
whe-"e.
WE SELL FOR 4.50
A fine 7 jeweled movement in
dust proof oas»- just the thin if
for a working man. For $10
we oan supply you with a first
rate movement in a '20-year
case, and for higher priced
watches a visit to thextoreis
tin' (-ii ly thliiff necessary to convince you as to value.-'.
NOTHING   IS   APPRECIATED BY THE LADIE&
so much as n diamond fluff.
We|havo them from **M*r" upwards; also a nice assortment
nf Hlucolots, Lockets, Quanta
nnd Necklet***.
Watches, Clocks, Typewriters, Cash Registers,
Guns, etc., repaired, and
prompt delivery guaranteed
J. A. HARTLEY C8b CO.,
Expert Watchmakers, Jewellers
and Opticians,
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
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Advertising rates furnished on aynjloatlrt
L-'-.-uI notices, 10 and 5 cents iter line.
Address all oommiitiiaatioiis to
The Evening Sun,
Phone B74 Gkand Forkb, H.C.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 191)6
Todav The Snn celebrates its sixth
anniversary. When the paper was
launched a number of people shook
their heads. Notwithstanding these
ominous foreboding"), it has survived, paid all its bills, acquired a
modern newspaper and jobbing plant;
and last, but not least, a fruit ranch
that promises to become the wonder
of the valley. There is a reason for
this result. It is Hot all Imp-hazard
luck. The paper has always labored
for the host interests of the community, and kept aloof from political and
local factions. The result is, that today the paper enjoys a greater amount
of properity than it ever did before.
It is a significant fact that nearly all
the enemies the paper hud ill former
days have gone out of business. Of
the future we take un optimistic
view, and as The Sun doe's not believe
in standing still, we may have some
surprises ill store for our readers before the next birthday is reached.
The City Council
A special meeting of the city
council was held Wednesday evening for the purpose of considering
tbe public health by-law. Mayor
Hutton, Aid. Clements, Cooper,
Gaw, McDonald and Spraggett were
in attendance.
The question ol securing counsel
at the const tn defend the liquor
licciiBC by-law, which is being ftp*
pealed by the breweries of the city,
was also brought up. The case
comes up in New Westminster on
Monday next.
On motion of Aid. Cooper and
Clements, the council decided to
send City Solicitor Miller to the
coast to defend the by-law.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
Cooper, the clerk wns authorized to
draw a warrant of j*l00 on the city
in favor the solicitor for expenses in
connection with the trip.
The couneil then went into committee of the whole on the public
health by-law, with Aid. Gaw in the
chair. The by-law was discussed
and passed clause by clause, and
then as a whole. After the committee rose the rules were suspended,
and tho by-law passed its third
reading.
ZINC RESOURCES
(Concluded from First Puijc.)
umbia and Alberta are better situated
for smelting than are the the zinc
smelters of the United States, for the
reason that coal can bo procured in
either of these provinces named for between $1 and 82 a ton, a much lower
price than can be obtained in the ad
joining republic. And since one ton
of oro required approximately two
tons of coul fni smelting, it is an Item
of considerable importance. On the
other hand the cost of labor in the
United States is somewhat cheaper
than in Canada and thc former coun
try also enjoys the advantage of already possessing skilled workers, while
this country has yet to produce train
ed men. The investigation of this
phase of the subject by thc commission has demonstrated that the smelting of zinc ores is commercially feasible in Canada. The high silver zinc
ores, tho report declares, are commonly considered, as material for :tjie zinc
smelters, but for the silver lead smelters, to whom they are disposed of.
The report of the commission, dealing as it does so thoroughly with the
metallurgy of zinc and magnetic separation and concentrating experiments
is the only work of its kind in existence and is already recognized by
those competent to judge as the great-
eat authority on these subjects which
has yet been published. Already
there is an enormous demand for copies of the volume. It consists of 1178
pages, illustrated with photographs,
plates and maps.
Overtaken By Nausea
You don't know whether it is going
to stay down or come up. "Vou feel
like thirty cents and look even worse.
If one thing is quicker than another
it's Nerviline. Ten drops in sweetened water gives relief instantly. Almost like magic is the change you experience. The cause of the nause is
removed, evejy symptom of vomiting
and indigestion is cured within ten
minutes. When Poison's Nervaline
is so trusty and economical, a bottle
at home wouldn't be amiss. Largb
ones for a quarter at all dealers.
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. R. Gilpin, customs ollicer nt
this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts
at the various sub-customs, offices, as
reported to the chief olliee in this
city, for the month of October:
Grand Forks 83V29C..67
Midway    5,?561 5!)
Greenwood  D,0(53.2?
I'lioenix   1,808.67
Cascade      191.68
Sidley      174.85
Carson        -18.60
Keremeos       38.00
Osoyoos        20.71
Total $16,239.00
WANTED
10 TIE MAKERS
All winter's job.    20 per cent of fixli
and 80 per cent of 7x7.
Apply to    Q, L. Woodard,
Grnnd Porta, B.C.
A Suggestion ot Rare Value
A diseased condition of the surfaces
of the air passages causes had breath,
but more commonly emanates from indigestion or an impure condition nf
tho blood. Thousands of cases prove
that Dr. Hamilton's Pills through
their specific action on the secretorv
and eliminativo organs, not only cure
bad breath, but so thoroughly purify
the system that anything suggestive
of blood or digestive troubles is impossible, Thru Or. Hamilton's Pills
Ihe skin grows rosy and clear, activity
of the body and mind and body increases, and bounding health is established.   Sold everywhere in 25c boxes
were placed ou the list—a considerable falling off compared with last
year, indicating that very little interest wns taken in the registration.
The preperty owners, of course, are
not required to register.
Jay P. Graves, general manager of
the Granby Consolidated,, and son
Clyde, of Spokane, were in the city
on Wednesday on a tour of inspection. They left in the evening for
Phoenix. '
The direetors of the nthletic nsso-
cinlion held a meeting yesterday,
and decided to circulate subscription
papers among the citizens to raise
funds for the erection of a covered
skating rink.
•lames McArdle returned to the
city lust Wednesday from n two
weeks trip through the Oknnngan
nnd Similkameen districts.
H. W. Wnrriligton, chief engineer
of the Kettle Valley line, and Geo.
A MacLeod made a business trip to
I'nundiiry Falls Inst Wednesday.
The extensive trestles of the V., V.
k K. near Phoenix were endangered
last Wednesday night by a fire which
broke out in a log cabin; occupied by
section men and located in a gulch
close to the trestle. Long blasts from
a railway locomotive whistle, brought
out the fire bridade and the blaze was
soon extinguished. Two Italians were
sleeping in the cabin when it started.
In hitching up the city fire team, the
horses started before they had the bits
in their mouths, r.nd lan away, going
over a mile with the wagon and paraphernalia, before a wheel was broken
and the horses stopped.
The funeral of John Holmes, who
was killed at the Granby mines Sufi-
dny night, was held Tuesday afternoon from St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, Phoenix, under the auspices
of Phoenix Miners' union No. 8.   .
James Peacock, the mucker boss,
who was seriously injured in a shaft
in the Granby mines last week, is
gradually improving at the Phoenix
general hospital, notwithstanding the
injury to his lungs.	
Growing Old Before Your Time
Broken in -spirit, weak in body,
neavousand disconruged.' Something
is wrong, aud each day sees you failing away. Just one thing to do—
build up. To do this, use Ferrozone.
What a tonic it is! Why, it makes
you cat tremendously. Digest! Indeed you will. Rich red blood will
carry nourishment to every corner of
the body, tired organs take on new
life, color, spirit and ambition are restored. Perfect manhood and abounding health is the unfailing product of
Ferrozone—try it, 50c per box everywhere.
Danger I Corn Salves
They usually contain acids and
burn the tlesli. The one safe cure iu
liquid form is Putnam's Painless Corn
Extractor, which is purely Vegetable,
causes no pain and cures in one day.
Don't forget tho   name—"Putnam's"
The I/ion Bottling Works have cut
dieir price on all case and draught
nines and liquors.
NOTICE
NOTIt'K !■ herehy given thut thirty <ln»
it i tt-r rh.t-f I Int-'h-l  in nit Ing m-pl'-antlon
hi thn   tCliI*-.' •riHiiniUil-.iiiT  oi  LUu-1*-)  nml
 -Im for n mmwIhI Hmiim to cut and n
rrnve timber from Ihe following;aewnbed
luiitU:  Qommeniflng m thU pout, lopntoil on
I lit-ens. ln.nU nf Sh viinre .•■•(■.'li, ii went branch
(.f tin- North Fork of Kettlo river, nt u point
10 feet MUtbeait of where n leiidillae or dry
nimh-miit'i-H mii-l or««k from the went fide.
and where u small jam or pond ia formed on.
und about three mllei from the mouth of
■ Mid creek; thence rnr-nlnir wettM elinmi;
ti encetontn80ehainet thenoeleait80 ohHiti**;
tli.-ii.-r uortl) mi Hiu.ii.-*; theiH>e went 4" nlmiiib
tn pi !■(•♦■ of lipuii.tiinir. cunt ii Inf i.jr 604 acrea.
Loi-HtPd thin 2utb dny of < totnber, 1906.
t. F. MAJOIt, Locator.
NOTICE
CITY NEWS
Registration for the forthcoming
municipal election closed Wednesday evening.    Only 58 householders
NOTICE Is hereby bIvoii tlmt thirty days
I. tiller (Into I intend innlunir api'liotuiuii
tn the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works fnr a s|.ecl»l license to nut and re
move timber from tho following described
Innila: Cnnimeiiclnsr st this post, located on
the eiisl bank of Siivoko creek, u west branch
of the .North Fork of Kettle river, at B point
IS feet Honthcnst of where a landslide or drj
wash enlers said creek from the west side,
and where a small lorn nnd pond Is formal, on.
ami ahoill three miles from the mouth ol
-aid crock: thence running west 40 oha lis:
thenoe north Unchains, thence east 80 ohains:
thence south SO chains: thence West*) ohains
lo plnce of bcirlnuiiij.*. cotilaliillig 640 "eras.
• Located this 20th day of October,1900.
- j.F MA "OR. Locator
NOTICE
To the Citizens of Grand Forks:
zjkll those interested in the future we'
Grand Forks are requested to attend a public meeting
to be held at the City Hall on Tuesday, the 6th day
of November, at 7:30 P.M. Able speakers will address the meeting on matters of vital importance to
the community.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
J. A. McCALLUM,
Convener.
Largest cAssortment
Of New Goods ever brought to the city to select from. When
you want Clothes, come in and see what PRACTICAL TAILORS "re
doing before buying elsewhere.    We are selling
SUITS FROM $17.00 UP
OVERCOATS FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS FROM $5.50 UP
Guarantee Fit—and when we say fit, we mean what wo say.
No trouble to show goods.
THE
RELIABLE TAILOR
GEO. E. MASSIE
, BAKER I*
GENERAL GROCERS
We carry the largest stock in the city of everything needed for the kitcken, and our stock is
always fresh, because we believe in quick sales and
small profits. Satisfaction assured. Prompt delivery.
Second Street
Phone No. 12
A. Erskine Smith & Co
IF YOU INTEND  TRAVELLING
To Franklin bat*!"* by Stage, Private Vehicle, Freight Team or
Ilui-iu-lmt-lv, iisk for our prices.
Bridge and First Sts
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.    .
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
cTWEATS -
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C. \i.
SNAP—nine room house itl the
North addition for sale 11 a bargain;
tirms. Inquire of Geo. Piund or at
The Sun jlfice.
WSs
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
IT ALSO keep* them new. There will
be no old, dull looking furniture or
dingy woodwork in hornet where this
wonder-worker it wed. No refiniihing or
revuniihing neceuary. Liquid Veneer it
not a vstniih, but a surface food and
cleaner that build* up the original finiih
and makes it brighter than ever.
It instantly restores the brilliant newness
and finish of Pianos, Furniture, Picture
Frames, Interior Woodwork, Hardwood
Floors and all polished, varnished ot
enameled surfaces. Removes scratches,
stains, dirt and dullness.
A child can apply, it. Nothing but a
piece of cheese cloth is needed and then
is no drying to wait for.
NEW SIZE PACKAGES
4-ounca bottla 25 cts.
12-ounce bottle 50 cts.
SOLD BY
W. L G. MANLY
BlCVCLKS   AND   REPAIIt   WoKK—A
complete line of 1906 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheel1*
to* rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
You c-y-lre Next
<Al the
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Vlutoriu lit.*.*!,
tlrltluoHft-ei't, Ul-aiid rorks, U. C.
MINING RECORDS
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
QHVND   F0-1K3.
COLUMBIAN   COLLEGE i
NEW WrSTMINSTEB, B. C.
Roi-t-iM-Ikiic l.ii'lit'S nml (ieiitloiileti an re-.i-.lj/ziu
ot tit or -day >ti,itpiits; litm a nutiii-ieteCoin-
morolalur .■u-j.iiiPBS Course; prepares st*i-
dent to tm'ii, 'IVm-ueiV CertitioutcH of all
cratleH: BiveK ti.i-fmir yeans' cuurt-e for the
B.A. degree, and tlte first yeau-of the Suit-mil
of cie .ch-'uiiis*', in affiliation with tho Toronto Uiiiventit.v; lints a Hpi-elal prom etviirt*-,*
.•ours.' for miner*, who work in B,i». irmiru---
tlon is also irivun in Art, Music, Phy-ii al Culture mid Kl.i.-utimi. Tei-ni open, Sept. 17,
19*16.   For' ulytidais, ct"., dad ell
LULU   BXAN COLLICOK.
For Sale
•vlT A
BARGAIN
That beautiful and centrally located property
belonging to P. T. McCallum, being Lot A, Plan 76;
Lot A, Plan 72, and LoU 10 and 11, Plan 22, in the
city of Grand Forks, being adjoining and containing
in all three acres, more or lens. There is erected on
this property a good frame dwelling hottse containing
ten rooms, with bathroom, pantries, closets, etc., to-
pether with suinmerkitchen and woodsh'd. There
is electric light, eity and good well water, ns well as
a never failing stream running through the property;
a good orchard of apples, pears, plums, cherries and
small fruits. Stable containing four stalls, together
with hay-loft, feed and carriage room.
Also 19 acres adjoining the Van Ness Addition;
several lots in the city, and 95 acres situated at
Niagara, on the North Fork of Kettle River, on
which there are ten acres of meadow, some good timber, and balance Al fruit land. Fisherman Creek
runs through the property; small cabin and good
outbuildings. Water record for 100 inches goes
with the place.
An undivided one-half (J) interest in ISO ncres
of range land within two miles of the citv.
For further particulars, prices, terms, etc., apply
to the owner,
P.  T. McCALLUM
Grand  Forks, B. C.
K>
SPECIAL
ROUND-TRIP
RATES
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Los Angeles and llot'urn, $81.80.
Pasadena and Return, $82,110.
Tiokots on sale daily, limit 3 months. ^
rhe Comfortable Way From Grand Forks
To Seattle in 20 hours.
To Vancouver in 29 hours.
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
Following ure the locations, certificates of work, billet of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
(Sprits, mining division, from Sept.
20 to October 11, inclusive.
RECOKDS OF L0CAT10.NS
Mrs. Noyes, Moody creek, Phillip
Keilly; Pennsylvania, relocation of
Pennsylvania, Brown's cump, John
K.avan;igh; Gold Field, Wellington
camp, Patrick Walsh; Pluto, Wellington camp, Julius Carson; Toronto,
Fourth of Jnly criek, Forbes Godfrey*
Winglmin, Wellington cump, Eli?...
Jane licit1; Molly Gibson traction
Barnt Basin, John Singer; Still Water, Burnt liasm, Juhii McNeely;
Auto, Franklin eamp, Foibes M. Kerby 11,11.1 Hank Watlin.
CEUllFICATIi OK W0I1K
jS'o. Iti, Summit camp, F. M. Ker.
by; No. 18, Summit carnp, John, Mulligan; No. 21 fraction, Summit caihp-
F. M. Kerby; Snowshoe fracion,
Greenwood camp, John Mulligan; St.
Lawrence, Wellington camp, V. A.
Waltord;   Frisco,   Greenwood    camp,
Walsh; Maple Leaf, Franklin
camp, Fee et al; K-bly, Franklin
camp, John A. McMaster; Jumbo,
Goat mountain, Neif et al., Iron Chief
fraction, Wellington camp, S. A.
Simpson; Midnight fraction, Summit
camp, Mrs. M. L. May; Golden Aga,
Franklin camp, Flournoy et al; liable
H , Eagle mountain, John Holm; St.
Joseph, Centra.) camp, Henry Johnson; Waverly, Franklin camp, Gee.
Massio, survey; Northern- Boy, Wellington camp, G. W. Averill; Au'nn,
Wellington camp, A E. ltogers; Kate
fraction, Wellington camp, L.D. Wal-
fird.
CONVEYANCES
One half of Emma, all of Alaska
and one-half of New York, north of
Grand Forks, C. A. S. Atwood to W.
A Saunder, all of Victoria, Gloucester
camp, John C. Henderson to Pat Maginnis; Two-thirds of Eureka, Gloucester camp, John ct. Hill to A. Er-
Skine Smith; all of Fidelitis, Gloucester camp, John F. Hill to A, Erskine Smith; all of Sunset, Gloucester
camp, A. D. McPhee to Wm. Minion;
a 1 of Lucky Shot, Summit camp, M.
H- Hoy to O W. Rumlierger.
1906   Past Week
688,245
6,606
25,108
3,056
4,747
9,485
3,007
1,833
33
150
'"36
145
770
105
20
535
689
255
73
20-
40
90
80
20
500
85,090
20
118,905
1,980
18,596
42,180
2,374
11,198
6,404
86
76
9
1,140
15
140
20
15
489
20
13,195
2,2*29
3,'ioi
1,120
640
64
130
Tbe following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines
for 1U05, 1906  and for the past week:
1905
Granby Mines, Phoenix       653,889
Snowshoe,   Phoenix  	
Mother Lode, Deadwood       174,567
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood..*  •,-•.•
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix        55,731
Idaho, I'hoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood .	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Kinnin, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper.	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sully, West Fork	
Humbler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Piovidence,. Greenwood	
Klkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skvlark .'	
Miivis, Skylark    ..
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark T	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary-Falls	
Miscellaneous	
720,205
93,291
182,032
14,356
3,404
4,928
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I have
secured a Bill-poster's license in the
City of Grand Forks, whereby I will
hereafter have exclusive control of the
hill-posting, poster-advertising and
the distribution of circulars within
ihe limits of said city. I have the
only license in the city for this class
of work, and warn all parties to refrain from infringing on my legal
fights. All work carefully anil promptly attended to.
Joseph Schnavely.
Almost Dead With Bronchitis
Few people hive aufl'ered more than
Jno P. Taylor, of   Dynient, Out.   Today   hi)   is  wi;,. 11 nd  writes—"1 must
tell you how much  CiitjM-.l'liuzone  lias
been to too     I wua so bad with brim-
eh iti* sometime!*   1   thought  it would
soon   be  over  with   me.    A Kptfll of
olio king   would   route on that left me
prostrated and   weak.     Since titling
Catarrho/one   I   have  had no trouble
at all.    li  strengthened   my  throat, ,
stopped the cough and* gave  me  free |
bi entiling and entirely cured."    Just:
the   usual   experience.    Catarrhi-zone
invariably-  cures  whether bronchitis,
asthma  Ol'  catarrh.    Two  sizes,  25cl
and one dollar, at aU, dealers.
Total, tons , .       933,548       985,563      20,954
Smelter Treatment—
'iranby Smelter.  6.87,988
I'. I'. Copper Co.'s Snii'ltor   220,830
boiniiiiuii Copper Co.'s Smelter  k84,059
Total treated       ^V™      995,528     22,690
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best in the City.
On Draught Exclusivdj*"* at
THE VICTORIA HOTEL
WeArePrepared
TO DO YOURs
Job Printing
BECAUSE
We have
The most modern jobbing plant in
the Boundary Country
Employ competent workmen, and
Carry a complete line of stationery
WE PRINT
Billheads and Statements
Letterhead and Envelopes
Posters, Dates and Dodgers
Wedding Stationery
business and visiting cards
Lodge constitutions and by-laws
Shipping tags, circulars and placards
(^Announcements and counter pads
And everything  turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery"
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Pie p-'tM Cleaned nnd Laid.
Furniture Rupitlred, Upliul-
Kteted and Cleaned, and
other julis hi the liouse-
elcuniuif line.
Cull or leave orders at
MILES' SECOND-HAND STORE,
Next Dtii,r to Lion Bottling Works.    |
BRIDGE STREET
Good Printing—tbe kind we du—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship arc of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. Wo guarantee satisfaction.
We EVENING SUN
Job Department
■■ Buy Your Wife
Her Supply of
roceries
At uur store.  It will stive lier a lot of mconvenieilCG and hard work i
preparing your dinner,  as   we onlv   handle   the   hest  of everything.
Everything for the kitchen.    We advertise "The  Hest"—and  we've
got the goods.    The main factor-in keeping the stoek always fresh   is
our Low Prices.
t-Imitrihte'o'f GENT'S FURNISHINGS AM BOOTS AND SHOES
It will pay you to inspect our goods in this department before
huviug elsewhere. We ean save you money, and guarantee satisfaction.
J.
Phone 30
CO.
Opposite C.P.R. Station
W PAU
WALLACE
CHALMERS'
PROP,
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
HEADQUARTERS FOH
OKERS
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SGIGARSTORE
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
rlotel  Valhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Sraeltei'mon's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplied with the Hest the
Market Aftords.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors antl Cigars are Always  in  Stock  at the Bar.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1906 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and   will  be soltl cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRIN6 A SPECIALTY
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
S. F. & N. RY.
Daily
Leave
Spokane. Seattle, j
Everett, Bflllhif---
ham, Vancouver,    S.OJf p.m,
Victoria ami  all
Coast points  |
Spokane, IVernie.
10:10 a.m.   \Vinnl)iPK,St Paul    ,->:05 p.m,
ami Mlmica-polis..
j North port. Ross*
10:10 a.m. j land,Nelson, Kan-1 5:05 p.m.
 | loand Handon.... I	
5:15 p.m.
Republic, Curlew
and Ferry (Midway)
1».lift a.m.
ty-.ZO p.m. | Phoenix, B.C. ... |   PJM u.m.
GEO. CHAPFLE,    OpposlU) Postolllce
Connnectlnir at Spokane |with the fa-
mo ua
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
From Spokane for Winnipeg. St. Paul,
Minneapolis, St. Lou in, Chicago and all
points east.
For complete information, rates-,
berth rQnervatlona, etc., call on or ml-
dreg-*,
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
Grand Porks.
S. O. YERKES, A. G. P. A..
Seattle.
Pacific
OFF. C.P.R. STATION
Flrst-Gass In Every Respect.
Sample oora> for Cnn n;r:lal
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
8'R IH CONNECriON:
Final Brands of Wines,
liquors and Cljars.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.
' t'-W'^
1
#%
st'*
; li
3 I
ran
mj'.'imijd
f& *?'■■■■*?}
\
TiMAS PHOTOS
R. H. TRUEMAN, the well
known Vancouver Photographer,
will be at Blome's Old Studio,
Bridge Street, November 10th.
for a few days only*
at.uy.4i-— ass. "jfyrn'M^'S
This Will be Your Only Opportunity to Secure
Christmas Photos
AS YOI LIKE. IT
A FRENZIED FINANCIER
Nn, no, mama, I do not want a doll,
They are so cute ar.d nice, I must admit;
But yet, somehow,I do not esire at all
For them—1111 not the leustest little
hit.
They tin not seem to please mo as they
did;
Perhaps because I ain't the same old
kici.
A little cosy corner, ma, no, no!
It mis-'lit please some, hut never, never
me.
A rooking horse, a cart, a pi an-o,
A nice new hammock built for two or
three.
Ah, ,no, I do not care for any one
Of all   those   tilings  as  in the days
UgOllG.
Now  dtn.'t get  thud, mania, whin I
explain
To you   what   is  the  nearest to  my
heart.
I'd often thought to toll you, but have
been
Afraid   to  speak   because   I   thought
'twould start
Some trouble.    Now no longer I can
hold
This  secret, ...a, and  so it  must be
told.
I want a team of horses, one that's
lame;
That veterinary surgeons would condemn.
It wouldn't matter if they weren't
tame,
Nor how many on them had been fllni-
ilamed.
Both of the horses should be blind as
bats,
And better were it if they looked like
rats.
Of course I knew you'd ask me what
I'd do
With such a team  as  that, and now,
mama,
I will no longer keep this thing from
you—
And, oh, I  wish you  woultl just toll
papa!
Because I'm pretty sure that he could
buy *
A team like that if  he would jnst half
try.
What then? you ask, mama—why then
I'd sell
Them io the city council riglit away.
When I should ask live hundred  they
would yell,
"We buy! coiie round next week and
get your pay."
Just   thiuk,   mama,   how easy  that
would be,
And—oh, I have to  laugh, it tickles
me.
Well, what of it, if Cooper [would object,
And Spraggett didn't comearound thai
nightl
You see, mama, there still remains
the fact
That I coulil land the other three all
right..
It would be just like cutting cheese,
mania.
Goodbye; I think I'll go and see papa.
Three quart bottles (if Nelson beer
for"50o n't the Lion Bottling Work.-.
COOK—Desires position either in
town or country. Apply at Si. Johnson's Cleaning House.
I'Oll IIENT—Nicely furnished room-
/villi b.ith, near the smelter.  Apply
Mrs. Hitehie's.
Slock Certificates printed at Tl e
Sun job office.
TX7I1EN Traveling to Franklin
Slop at the
VGLCANIG HOUSE
VOLCANIC B. O.
First-Class Accommodations.**
Finest Brand' of Wines,
Li,mors and Cigars always
in stock.
R. A. Brown, Proprietor
Foo Le©
Lan^-ifs*y
FINE  LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED  BY
MACHINERY.    NEW      -
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STO HE
HIVEI'SIDE AVENUE.
C. S. B A K E R
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER AND ORE
SHIPPERS' AGENT
Simples Given Prompt Attention.
Correspondence Solicited.
Complete Superintendence of Ore Shipments.
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most cure-
fully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
SPOKANE OFFICE :
110   WASHINGTON     ST
WRITE FOH CATALOGUE.
FRANKLIN AND 6L0WESIER
~STAGE=
LEAVES
Winnipeg Hotel  7:.Klu.m.
Province Hotol 7:15 u.m.
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS ANDSATUHI1AYS
FREIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING
To any^iart -jf the Nortli
Fork Country
Saddle and Pack Horses
and 1'Veil Stable at upper end.
LA, SNYDER, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
P. O. Hox (17.
R. C. MQGUTGHEON
CABINETMAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street        Grand Forks. B. C.
SIGN   OF  THE   BEST
Geo. Taylor-
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor.
Route of the famous arid favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRAINS--3
—BBTWBBH-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
.—BBTWEBN-
Spokane, Billings, Denvor, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
e0-VEAR8.    I     PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
EXPERIENCE     ■ '*■"' Dining Car Service on all Trains.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made»' st. Paul
and St. I/Kiis in Union Depots foi all
points East and Soutli-'^'U't*
Trade Marks
Desisn»
COPYRIOHTB Ae.
Anyone striding askolrli nml description tuny
quickly nacortniit our opinion free whethur at)
Invontlnn Is prntiHhly pntontiitilo. Cntnnuuiirn.
ttiitts strictly cntilldoii..jl. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent froo. Olilcst neeii'*" tart- 'oiirlnit patents.
Patents taken tiirnujh .Munn & Co. receive
siTi'f.tl n.iricf, without ciii'nto, In lljo
Scientific B^rican.
A hnii'lrtfiinclr Illustrated weekly, largest rlr-
rulat I'm of i-iiij* Hdenililc Join nni. Terms, $3 a
■win fi.iirniinitlin.il. Sold by nil newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.30--*^*"'™*' New York
*     Urancb Oil.™. KB V ft., Wuliliuloo. D. C.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
aft-Hided to Promptly
('iiKsengers and Tnmks to
and From All Trains
'IVXHPHIINK A I'ill
liKArVU  FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
ItUTHBRPOItn   Mhos., Proph.
To enable parties win* ho desire to visit
friends and "relatives in the East during: the
summer season of J906, the NORTHERN PACIFIC will on JULY 2nd ami 8rd, AUGUST
"iii, Mti mul ntli, iu-.! SEI'TEMHEK 8th ami
: Hltli 8«ll round-trip tickets from points In
tlilstnrritory toChienj-'o.Kt. Louts, Ht- Paul,
.MiiHii'ttpiili**, O'-iilui mitt Kansas Citv nt  nlltt
. lowest first class fan* plus Ten Hollars, witli
final return limit ninety days from dute of
sale, hut not beyond October Hist, I'nni.
I7\l i finely low rates are in effect from
Fphrunry 1Mb to April 7th ami Septemher
1.1th tu October 'list. \'M">. frnm nil points In
the Kant to points in this territory.   K you
jiie-iire to be ml for it friemi or relative on
theso rates we telegraph tiokets to Eastern
pointi without extra cost.
The NOTHERS PACIFIC have nil aN-
iioiineed very low 1'uutid-trlp rat eh from
points in the East tu points In this territory,
ami tiokets will be on snlo from .luiio !*t to
September Kith inclusive, Ihial limit for return October ;ilst, VMl
wir further Information ail'iross any one of
uiitlersiiftieii.
A. D, Charlton,    G.A. Mitcrku
A. G. P. A.,     * Gen. Ai/t.,
Porilaml.Oie.     SpoUiine, Wash,
W. H. Udi:,
Tniveiiiiu PaMennr Aueut,
Spokuiio, Wash .
NOTICE
In tlio mutter of tiie "l.im.l Kqrlslry Aot."
mill In the mnttnr uf the Title to An illiillvltl-
»il l, Interest In part nf Lot 71HI, Uroiiji I,
Osovuns Division, Yalo District.
WHKftKAS, Certllleate of Title of Lloyd
K. Mniily, lielnir (^ertlfleate of Title Ho.
HHIti, to the above hereilltmnents. has heen
lost ortlostroyo'l, and application has heen
made to me for a duplicate thereof.
NOTIOB Is hereby irlven that a duplicate
leitilleate of Tltlo to the above hereditaments will he Issued nt the expiration ol
one month from the date hereof, unless in
thn meantime valid objection to the contrary he made to mo lu wrltlnir.	
W. II. EDMONDS,
Dlstt-lct Heitlstrnr.
Dated September 10.1908.      Kamloops, B.C.
Tiie Lion Bottling Works ate selling Gooderhiun k Waj't's Hye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canatla-
for 8:1.00 per gallon.
NOTICE
■\M.Tin-: ISHKKKMY ixivmithat the under-
11 hiL'iieil, John larlboii. iiolth-r of mi hotel
lii-unr license, for tho rife Hotel, situate at
Fife Sutton on the Cohimlilii and Western
Hallway, wlU-ftt the first meetliur of Hie Li•
dense Oommlssloiieri for the (Irand Porks
License District, next after the last publication of this notice for 8(1 dnys, apply to said
License Cummisslom-rs to transfer said hotol
liquor license for said Plfe Hotel to John
Jackson of i'lfe uforesald.
Dated at Grand Forks, R. C, 1 Ith September, i wit.
JOHN CARLSON'
NOTICE
IN the matter of the "Lan I Registry Aot"
and in the matter of the title to Lot IU Rlook
6 i'liin 52, In the City of Grand Forks, B. C.
WHKKKAS, Certificate of title of Willlnni
Thompson, deceased, to the-above hereditaments hus been lost or destroyed- aud application has been made to me for a duplicate thereof.
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that a duplicate
Certificate of title to the above hereditaments will be issue-i at the expiration of
one month hereof, unless in the meantime
valid objection to tbe contrary be made to
ine in wrltlnir.
Dated 22nd September, 1006.
W. H. EDMONDS.
Dlstri.it Regitrar.
Kamloo) s R C
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