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Eighth Year—No. 52.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. October 30, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
landscape unequalled for loveliness
for many miles around.
Unanimous Choice  as the
Conservative Standard
The Conservative convention to
nominate a candidate to contest
Grand Forks riding in tbe forthcoming provincial elections was held in
this city yesterday. Between thirty
and forty delegates were present,
Urand Forks, Phoehix, Cascade,Carson and Fife being represented. E.
Miller, the barrister of this city,
was the unanimous choice of the
convention. As far us The Sun can
learn, tbe most cordial harmony
prevailed among the delegates.
The following extract is made
from a letter receivetl by Secretary
Fsed Clark, of the Farmers' Institute, from the department of agriculture: "The Dominion livestock
commissioner has decided to forward a first-class consignment of
pure-bred sheep to British Columbia, to be auctioned without reserve. The animals have been carefully selected and are of excellent
quality. They are now on the way,
and will be sold at New Westminster
on November 5th. Mr. T. J. Trapp
will officiate as auctioneer. The
consignment consists of 17 Shrop-
shires and 10 ewes; Oxfords, li rams
and 10 e*es; Southdowns, 1 ram
and 1 ewe; Hampshires, 1 ram and
perhaps 3 lambs."
Last evening a. public meeting
was held in the Grand Forks opera
house in the interests of the Conservative nominee for the local
house. The meeting was largely attended, the hall being crowded. The
issues involved in the present campaign were discussed by Martin Burrell, M.P for Yale-Cariboo, A. S.
Goodeve. M.P. for Kossland, and
Krnest Miller, the Conservative
nouiiuee for the local house.
On Tuesday evening the Conservative association met and elected the
following delegates lo the noiiii'ni.1-
ing convention, which was held in
Orange hall yesterday morning:
Geo. Chappie, Jeff Davis, W. B.
Cochrane, D. McCallum, Robert
Gaw, J. D. Campbell, F. Hutton, A.
B. Hood.W. H. M. May.F. M. Kerby, C. A. S. Atwood, D. Whiteside,
A. W. Fraser, Sam Horner, W. F.
Stewart, W. K. C. Manly, E. Spraggett, with the following as alternates
in the order named: James McArdle, Charles Mix, W. J. Mclntyre
and Ben Norris.
A meeting of the Grand Forks
Liberal association was held last
night in the building on Bridge
street formerly occupied by the B.
C. Telephone company for the purpose of appointing delegates to the
general convention.
George Heatherton, secretary of
Greenwood Miners' union, has been
nominated as the Socialist candidate
in Greenwood riding.
J.   It. Jackson,   of   Midway,  received the Conservative  nomination
in Greenwood riding on   the   first
The Liberals of the Greenwood
district will nominate a candidate
this evening. J. D. Spence and Alex
McDonald are the names mentioned
for the candidature.
A meeting of the Grand Forks
Liberal association was held
Tuesday euening at the city office
for the purpose of electing ofiipers.
Thanksgiving day was celebrated
quietly at home by most of the citizens. As the weather was particularly charming for a day so late in
autumn, numbers were tempted to
go rambling on the mountain sides
or driving along the many picturesque trails of which the city can
boast. Three groups of the more
athletic folk climbed Observation
mountain and enjoyed the view of a
The assizes on Tuesday were practically a pair of white kids. Mr.
Justice Clement presided and did
not require the grand jury to make
a presentment. There was only one
ease on the docket. Steve Basta and
Joe Maiseh, of Phoenix, were to appear for theft, but forfeited tbeir bail
of 8100 each, and his lordship instructed a bench warrant to be issued
for their apprehension.—Greenwood
To Establish a Standard and
Assist Growers to Market
Their Product
Two young lads who have been
allowed too much liberty by their
Barents were arrested, on Tuesday,
for breaking into Manly's hardware
store on the previous night and
stealing some ammunition and other
articles. They had a heaiing before
Judge Cochrane on Wednesday and
committed to the provincial industrial school at Vancouver. J. A.
McCalloni left for that city with the
boys yesterday.
George and Joseph Brown were
arrested at Farron last week liy
Provincial Constable Ritchie, of this
city, on a charge of stealing some
blankets from J A. Bertois' hotel in
Cascade. They were tried before
Justices Macdonald and Cameron at
Cascade and given four months in
The fruit growers of the valley are
gathering a fine display for the National Apple Show, to be held in
Spokane next month. It is understood that a government official
from Victoria will arrive in the city
next week to give instructions in regard to packing the fruit.
The New Dominion Copper company have effected a settlement at
76 cents on the dollar with the
miners who had wages due them by
the oltl Domin on company, and it
reported that the payments are being made this week in Phoenix.
Judge Cochrane did not rendej a
decision in the case of Carruthers vs.
Anderson yesterday, as the disputants had agreed to settle tbeir dif-
ferehces out of court.
An Austrian named Wm. Kis-
koin was badly cut and bruised on
the hip by being run over by a slag
truck at the Granby smelter on
Wednesday night.
W. P. Tierney it Co. will commence work next Monday upon the
extension of the C.P.U. from near
Hartford junction.
Judge and Mrs. J. It. Brown
moved from Greenwood to this city
this week. Tbey have rented Jas.
McArdle's house.
In   the   county   court yesterday
Judge Brown remanded the case  of
Heubeck   vs.  Hartinger   until
30th of NoAember.
Lutley & Galipeau have nearly
completed manufacturing the cement blocks for Dr. Kingston's new
The primary purpose of the National Apple Show, to be held in
Spokane next month, is to establish
a standard, to assist growers in the
culture and marketing of their fruit
and to create and supply the increasing demand for the apple. It is
designed also to bring together the
growers and the men who handle
the products of the orchards 'in a
commercial way, with a view toward the greater development of
the industry. Another object is to
demonstate to the people of the west
tbe possibilities of intelligent intensive cultivation and to show to tbe
east and north and south the value
to the whole country of this development.
Prof. H. E. Van Deman.of Washington, D.C., head of the board of
judges, will be assisted by H. M.
Dunlap, of Savoy, III., presiding
judge of tbe show last December;
Prof. W. J. Green, chief horticulturist at the Ohio agricultural experimental station; George J. Kel-
lo£ ' , of Lake Mills, Wis., who has
beci,,' an exhi'-iitor and judge since
1S54-, and A. P. Bateham, of Mo-
sier, Ore., an Mive advocate of the
commercial poiuts in apple culture.
They will make their awards under
a liberal interpretation of the scoring rules and regulations of the
American Pomological society.
The management has arranged a
premium list, offering $25,000 in
prizes, including tbe sweepstakes of
$1500 in the carload class, which
carries with it the title of apple
king of America, for exhibits ranging from a full car to 650 boxes or
210 bbls to a single plate of apples,in
2D classes, with conditions governing
the various exhibits sufficiently wide
to make tbe competitions national
in character, in fact, open to the
world. There will be more than two
million apples, including standard
varieties from the foremost commercial orchard districts in the country.
Two conventions of people interested in the apple industry are
scheduled in connection with the
show. One is to discuss the Lafeao
apple package anil grading bill, now
before the United States congress,
and lhe other meeting is for the
purpose of arranging for a new score
card to take iu the commercial
values of standard varieties brought
to a state of perfection in the Northwest since thc adoption of tbe present rules by the American Pomological society, twelve years ago.
Among the other features will be
a series of demonstations in the
preparation of the apple as a food,
by the domestic science department
of the State College of Washinaton
I under the direction of Miss L. Gertrude Mackay, programs of concert
and promenade music by two bands
of 52 musicians, and a carefully se
lected list of refined vaudeville attractions.
Miss Mabel and Master Harry Steele
were celebrating their birthdays,
he merry crowd played all the
kindergarten games there are, and a
few others of whieh Froebel had
never heard. The tea table was a
most attractive picture, lighted by
softly shaded candles. A birch-
bark canoe, paddled by a dark-
haired maid, was in the centre.
Birthday cakes, baskets of fruit, and
other dainty viands were temptingly
arrayed, while at each plate was a
souvenir—a small canoe filled with
bon-bons. At 6 o'clock escorts came
for the little boys and girls. The
party consisted of: Mabel and Harry
Steele, Helen Whiteside, Margaret
Fowler, Dorothy Jost, Lilian Hull
George Hodgson, Tannis and Fred
Barlee, Gladys and Francis Latham,
Florence Mclntyre, Helen Massie,
Kathleen Kerby, Harry Keiliher.
Washington Man   Has
Crown a Coreless and
Seedless Apple
Want Another Pastor
At a congregational meeting held
in Knox cnurch on Wednesday
night steps were taken towards securing a minister for the congregation. The voice of those present
was strongly against allowing the
church to return to the standing of
a mission. Of the estimated expense of running the church for the
coming year the greater part wassub-
scribed by those present. A meeting for further dealing with the
situation is called for nett Thursday night.
Sent to New Westminster
A man living alone in W. H.
Creitz's house on Winnipeg avenue
became mentally unbalanced
on Saturday afternoon, and
barricaded himself behind locked
doors with a good supply of
fire-arms. A close watch was kept
on the house by tbe police until
about 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon,
when Mr. Dewdney turned in a lire
alarm in the neighborhood of tbe
premises. The man emerged from
the house and fired a volley at the
red watertank on Obseryation mountain. Before he hail time to reload
the weapon Chief Savage and Special Constable Stack Dinsmore appeared on the scene and escorted
him to the city lock-up. On Mnn
dny he wasexamined by Drs. Kingston and Truax before Judge Cochrane and committed to the New
Westminster asylum for the  insane.
Church Bazaar
The Holy Trinity branch of the
Woman's Auxiliary will hold a bazaar on Wednesday and Thursday,
November 10th and I Ith, afternoon
antl evening. Hand embroideries,
sofa pillows, centre pieces, handkerchiefs, knitted and crochet goods,
and many other useful articles will
be for sale.    Tbe  Indies   will serve
Correspondence of The Sun.
Spokane, Oct. 28. —Coreless as
well as seedless are the apples produced on a single tree of unknown
variety in an eight-acre orchard at
Moran Prairie, five miles north of
Spokane, owned by B. K. Short, a
rancher. The largest of the fruit is
three inches in diameter, the coloring being a yellowish green, streaked
with red. The apples have deep
pink cheeks, and the llesh is firm
and of excellent flavor. The tree is
between 12 and 15 years old, and is
growing in sub irrigated soil at an
altitude of 2225 feet.   Short does not
itn clredit for developing the
cureless-seedless apple, declaring it
is a freak of nature.
Seven of the new apples were
brought to the offices of the National Apple Show in Spokane and
quartered in the presence of Ken H.
Pice, secretary-manager; Prof. August van Holderbeke, formerly state
commissioner of horticulture, and
several growers from various parts
of the northwest, but none was able
to classify, the fruit. Prof. W. S.
Thornber, horticulturist of the State
College of Washington, has been
delegated by J. J. Browne, regent,
of Spokane, to make a thorough examination of the tree to determine
its origin.
Short has engaged three watchmen, each to work eight hours a
day, as guards in his orchard, to
prevent injury to the tree. He intends to graft the scions on other
trees the coming spring. Expert
pomologista say if the process is successful he will have made a discovery of greater commercial import'
anee than any yet credited to Luther
Burbank and other plant wizards.
Tbey add that while tqe seedless
apple is no longer a novelty, the
production of a coreless one, long
sought by growers throughout the
world, is a distinct triumph in apple
. The following are the readings
showing the minimum temperature for
each day during the week ending
October I'll, 1909:
afternoon tea; also supper from 6:301 , '    ,,;
Saturday     ■••
  Sunday     3d
to 7 p.m.
James   McCreath,
wus in the citv yester
if Greenwood,
Auxache returned
M lay  .'12
Tuesday  30
Wednesday  27
Thursday   32
Friday '.  40
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, ()ui.2.s.—Silver,
•leotrolvtie copper, 12.50(5 12.51.
London, Oot. 28.— Silver, 28
ead, IV.S ls8d.
He sure and see the art gallery at
the W. A. Bazaar.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Steele entertained a score of
little folk at the rectory on Thursday  afternoon,   on  which occasion
Rev.    F.   W
from the coast last Saturday.
It. H. Ti'tieinun, the   photographer,
will leave for Vancouver today.
D. J. Darraugh, chief nf   police  of
Pnoenix, was a visitor iu the citv  on   ,
James McArdle returned  on Wed-
nesday from a week's businnss  trip to      Mining StOCk Quotations
the coast cities. Nl.;w York, Oct. 28.—The follow-
Government   Agent   W.  M,   Mc- ing are today's opening qaotations for
Mynn, of Greenwood, was a visitor in the stocks mentioned:
the citv ou Thursday. Asked. Hid
,,      „     ,                        ,      „,, GranbvCoiisolidated. 115.00 100.00
Geo. Henderson returned on Lhurs- ,, ,, -., ,. .,, .. ,,-
,      ,            •!)_._.•             , •»• C. Copper  0.50 (i.2.>
day from a six weeks   vacation trip to ''
Idaho and Washington.
Mrs. Aylmer McCallum returned Come and try your hand at the hat
early in the week from Halcyon, I trimming contest for men at lhe W.
where she had spent a few days. ' A. Bazaar. JOHN   D. SPENCE
QIIjp Bmtmn §utt
are   giving in   the  Laurier hall on
Tuesday evening, November 2nd.
MARRIED— On Thursday evening,
October 21, by Rev. W. C. Schlich-
ter, Richard Frache to Mrs. Laura
Taylor, both of Grand Forks.
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The following social item is clipped 	
from a Chilliwack exchange: "A | All electors who want to qualify
pretty wedding took place at the'at the next municipal election, as
home nf Mr. and   Mrs.  S; Calhiok, | ho"seholcterB, must reRUter  at   the
Yule road, Monday afternoon, when
phos'b mi
SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1909
Our local contemporary need nut
worry about the political cour-e (f
The Sun. Unlike the editor of the
Oazelte, the pro] rietor of this
paper is not under bonds to support
any party or candidate blindfolded.
When the candidates are all are all
in the Held we ean pick the man
who will be able lo accomplish the
most good for the province and district, and we there will he no hesitancy in doing so.
There is some satisfaction in
knowing that Neepnwn (where Ihe
butter conies from) endorses local
option. But this is not what the
editor of the Gazette told the hotel
men in this city a few months ago.
Fruit from this valley will be sent
to form part of the provincial government's display at exhibitions in
Great Britain.
Tbe fruits and vegetables at Law-
."on's store, on Second street, are re-
pledished every day with a fresh
The electric signal system at the
Riverside avenue crossing of the C.
P. R. is being installed.
Don't forget to drop in at Law-
son's grocery store when you are in
town.    It will pay you.
Hon. W. T. Pipes, attorney-general of Nova Scotia, died suddenly
from a stroke of appoplexy on the
7th inst while visiting a relative in
Cambridge, Miisb.
You can depend on everything
you get at hawson's being fresh anil
The Sosialist convention was held
in Phoenix yesterday. It was the
general impression in this city that
John Mclnnis, the present member,
would be renominated.
Wben you want good groceries,
don't forget Robert Lawson.
Bricklaying on the new Eastern
Townships bank building was
started this week, and work on the
foundation of the Royal bank block
is well advanced.
The Sun's job printing is different. Modern faces of type makes
it up to date.
I've led a wild life and   earned    what
I'vo spent;
Paid   all    I've  borrowed  and lost all
I've lent;
Once loved a woman,  but   that came
to un end;
Get a good dog, boys—he'll be   your
real friend,
their eldest daughter, Miss Letitia
J. Calbick, and Mr. Henry W.
Sweyne were united in marriage by
Ucv. E. Manuel, in the presence of
friends and relatives. The bride
was charming in a gown of white
net over silk, with veil and orange
blossoms, and carrying white chrysanthemums. The bride's sisler,
Miss Mildred Calbick, was prettily
dressed in white organdie and carried pink and white carnations. The
groom was supported by his brother,
Mr. G. Sweyne, of New Westminster. After the wedding breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. Sweyne left for the
coast cities, returning to Chilliwack
before going to Grand Forks, where
they will reside. The bride's travelling gown was of navy broadcloth,
with hat of navy satin. The bride,
whose home has always been in the
valley, will be missed hy a large circle of friends. The groom was for
some time connected with the Cooperative association, leaving here
about two years ago." Mr. and
Mrs. Sweyne arrived in Grand Forks
a few days ago, and have taken up
their residence on Fourth street.
city olliee before the Slat of October.
J. A. Mi'Cai.i.i-m,
Citv Clerk.
Large liottle Port Wine, 75c.  Lion
Bottling Works.
By way of honoring Rev. and
Mrs. T. G. MacLeod before their
leaving, a number of their friends
took them by surprise on Friday
evening and spent an hour or two al
he nianse. A feature of the occasion
was the presentation of a purse to
Mrs. MacLeod, the gift of lhe ladies
and girls of the congregation. A
most enjoyable evening was spent,
and many good wishes for Mr. and
Mis. MacLeod's future welfare were
expressed. Mr. MacLeod preached
preached his farewell sermon in
Knox church on Sunday evening
from the text, "There Shall be no
More Sea." Every available seat
in the church was occupied. Of
memorable eloquence was the discourse upon the passing of mystery,
separation, restlessness and turbulence. Mr. MacLeod left for Cres-
ton on Thursday.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country, And we are the only
otlice in this section that have the
correot material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
Wben yon order otlice stationery
at The Sun job olliee you ean 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
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our readers than through Tut:
Sun's advertising columns,
The Ti
ender an
d Juicy
of mutton chops is the kind
that always greets the ey e
in P. Burns & Co.'s butcher shop. We know
where to buy carefully and
generously fed mutton, and
how to handle and cut it
This combination assures
you just what you're looking for—sweet, wholesome,
tender, juicy" mutton chops—if you place your meat
orders with us.
to give the best results.
\ M.
For    Sale—Complete   household
furnishings.    Applv to W. H. Itter.
For Rent—Two-story residence on
Third street, between Bridge and
Main streets. Apply A. Traunweiser,
Yale hotel.
NOTICE is hereby give
days  from   the  da
The boys and girls of Division V
of the public school made the most
of Saturday's autumnal beauty by
spending the day picnicking upon
Smelter mountain. Laden with
baskets of tempting things to eat,
the merry crowd set ofl at an early
hour. Arriving upon the heights,
dinner on the grass was enjoyed
heartily. Later a part of the crowd
played all the juvenile games there
are, while the others explored the
mountain to its topmost peak. As
the   shadows   lengthened   the tired
en that thirty
date hereof I,
Ole Johnson, Rancher, of Christina Luke, intend to apply to the
Water Commissioner at Fairview, P.
C., for a license for four cubic feet per
second from "Sutherland" Creek,
about two hundred feet East of Government wagon road at/d abnutf six
hundred and seventy feet North of
wagon road leading to Christina Hotel
at Christina Lake, B. O^ for domestic
and irrigation purposes to be used on
my land, being Lot Nine Hundred
and Seventy, Group One, Similkameen
Division of'Yale District, in the Province of llritish Columbia.
Dated this 3rd day of Ootober, A.
D. 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners for the
City of Grand Forks, B.C., we intend
to make application for the transfer
of the retail liquor license in respect
to the "Granby" hotel, held by Alexander William Fraser and Fred W.
Russell, to the said Fred W. Russell
And further take notice, that at
said meeting an application will be
made for permission to change the
name of the "Granbv" hotel to that
of the "Russell" hotel.
Dated Grand Forks, B.C., the 21st
day of September, A.D. 1909.
merry-makers returned   from   their iVr
jaunt, and   at the Yale bridge dis-1 **    !"
persed for their homes.
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu curds just received at
Tiik Sun job otlice.
A writer of a "Ladies' Letter" in a
Melbourne weekly heaps half a column   of   derision on   whiskers.    She
ICE  is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore   existing
between us, the undersigned, as
hotel-keepers   ut   the   Oity of Grand
„„    ,   ,.   , 7. ,"T" ,, i Forks, iu the Provinoe of British Col-
lhe Ladies Aid of   Knox chinch  umbilli |ms t|lis ,|„v |„ dj8B0|ved bv
will meet at Mrs. A. D. MorrUon'sLutual consent, All debts owing to
home on Monday afternoon, and t),e guic| pattnorahip are to be paid to
will he occupied in making articles pPed \y, Russell, who will continue
for a bazaar to be held before Christ- t(,   c,m.v   „„   tlle   business, am| a]|
mas'   ' claims against   the   said   partnership
Miss Smith, of the Nelson high ftre t0 be l"'p«-nted to the said Fred
school stall', spent the Thanksgiving W' ll"sseh, hy whom the same will
holiday in thc eity. the guest of il)e settled,
Mrs. Walter Bishop. Dated at Grand   Forks,   B.C.,
wonders any woman can abide a man
with a face like a broken sofa cushion.
"Although a loyal subject and devoted to my king," sho cries "I think
King Edward should tuke those, nasty j Monday afternoon
germ-harboring whiskers oil' his face
and set his subjects a better example."
Horrayl    God save the king!
20th duv of September, A.D. 1909.
Witness: W. B. Cochrane.
Rev. ,1. R. and Mrs. Robertson I
and their children left on Thursday I
for Nanaimo. after having been the j
guests of Mr. aud Mrs. R. L. Hudg-'
son for a few days.    In honor of her I\ »     P:j„„   €*„„_,
visitors Mrs.   Hodgson  received on L>OWney S   Lugar   dtOfe
Some are born great, others have.
greatness thrust upon them, and a few j
attain imaginary importance.
Miss Attenbury entertained a
number of her friends at her home
on Thanksgiving evening.
A Compi.etb Stoi:k of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Received Weekly.
The   Tillicum   Social  club   have
issued invitations to a  dance   they  Postoffice    Building
others' Thermometer
Every mother should have a
thermometer. No shaking
the mercury down in this
one. Easy to read. Always ready for use.
Price ,jf 1.00.
is the best tablet for grippe,
soreness and that general out-
of sorts feeling caused by cold.
Price 25c a box.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81.00 per year.
cTMcKcnzie tit Pfeiffcr, Props.
Will  open up on
November ist
With up-to - date
cJMoving Pictures
and high class specialties in the store
now occupied by
A. Waugh on 1st
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
.lilt nn
phone: 18
>s Intending tu build will do well to con
1909 cTHODELS §f
Bicycles and
Indian flotocycles
English Bicycles—Rambler
Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries.
Repair Shop. Second-hand
Wheels.    Wheels to  Kent.
PRICES;   -   -    I5c AND 25c
Sat. Matinees, - 10c and I5c
To all my friends and patrons I
extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening nf Imported
Trimmed and Vntriuiined Hats
will be given April 12 audi.').
A cordial invitation to all.
cTWrs. Ida Barnum
I. X. I„ Mineral Claim, .Ituntn In the
IJnuiil Forks Milling Mvlslnn ol Viiln Din-
Where loootedt In Franklin,pamn,
TAKE NOTICK Hint I.Jumea MoAnlle fret
Miner's Cortllionte No. BSI128, for myself
mid ns iiirent for Frtiuli MoFnrltme, Pree
Miner's Certilieuie No. BlOSWtJohn Mel.iiren.
tree   Minor's Certificate   No. BIUS891   Peter
Wolf, Pree Minor's Certificate No. H88IM, mul
A •__ Whlteilde, Free M'uer'e Certificate Ho.
Ilk'uMi, Intend, sixty dnys from tlio dnto
hornof, to apply to tho Minim Recorder
for n Certificate of imp ttveineutw lor the
purpose of ohtuliiintt a Crown Grant of the
iihovo claim. , , .
And further tnho notice that action, under
section Si, must he commenced hefore the
issuance of such  Certificate of   Iinprovo-
" Dated this ml. day ol August, A.D. 100l>.
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TAKK NOTICE that I, Elsie L, Clement, Free
Miners' Ccruflcutfl No. B26891, intend, sixty
dnvB frnm dale hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recerder forrt OeiHAcate of Improvements, for
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aboyo claims.
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Now Edition Issued Nov. IB, 1900.)
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The early shopper catches the   bargain.
The inure a girl smiles the less she
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Your neighbor's alTairs are nothing
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Marriage is the hurdle between romance and reality.
Only the man who loves himself is
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The faster you run into debt the
more you get behind.
One way to prevent seasickness is
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Graft by any other name would produce as many plums.
Less than a pint of whisky may
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Every circus performer is anxious
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Fine days sometimes comes under
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A happy medium ought to make
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What men admire in women is the
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There is probably nothing less
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The woman of fashion seems more
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Of course, you are no better than
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Death loses some of it's sting for a
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It is said that necessity knows no
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with tho patent laws.
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Vale Land'District,   District of St in Ilka
fAKK    NOTICE    that.    Smith    Curtis,    of
ROBBland, H.C. OGOUpation mine  operator.
intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following desorlbed lands:
Oommenolng at a post planted on the western side line of Ihe Nelson A Port Shepherd
Hallway company's Land Grunijand nt the
southeast comer of Peter Shaw's pre-emption on Hig Sheep Creek; thenee west 70
ohains; thenoe south Ifi chains, more or less,
to the north line of J.J, Gill's pre-emption;
thence past 85 ohains, more or less, to northeast corner of tntid (Jill's preemption;:
thence smith 15 chains: thenee east 88 chains,
more Or less, to the western line of aforesaid
Railway Land Grantt thenoe north 80 ohains
to point of commencement, containing 160
acres, more or less.
Dated December Uth, 1908,
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
tl. lust. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
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Furniture  Made  tn Order.
Also Repairing of! all Kinds.
Upholstering  Neatly  Done.
r. mccutcheon
London Mntiuii Plre Insuranoa Co,
Montreal mid Canada,
Anglo* American i
And other suiiMnntful companies,
ANY availHhle Dominion Lnnd*. within the
~ Railway Kelt of llritish Columbia may he
bomesteaded by any person who Is the head
of a family, or any male over eighteen years
of age, to the extent of one-quarter seotion
of 160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at the local
land office for the district in whicli the land
In situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation nf the land in eaeh year for three
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides noon a
farm iii the vicinity of tiie land  entered for,
the requirements as to residence may he satisfied hy mich person residing with the father
or mother,
(8) If the settler has his permanent residence noon farming land owned hy him In
the vicinity of his homestead, the require*
meats as to residence may he satisfied hy
resilience Upon the snid land.
Six months' notice in Writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal-Coal mining rights mav he leased
for a period of twenty-one 3'ears at an annual rental of *%t.00 per acre.   Not more than
__!,.")«(i aeres shall he leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of hve cents
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 not he paid for.
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W. M. Doull, of Montreal, president of the Mouth Kootenay Power
. eoindany, inspected the company's
substation in this city on Tuesday.
He was accompanied by Lome A.
Campbell, of Kosslond, manager of the
A. B. W. Hodges, manager of the
Granbv smelter, returned home on
Tuesday from Fernie, where he had
been to arrange for a larger coke supply, made necessary by the increased
capacity of the smelter.
Frank Fritz, the well known prospector, has returned to the city from
Moresby island, one of the Queen
Charlotte group. Ha reports mining
operations active in that section of
the province.
Geo. Chappie and a couple of visiting men from Spokane returned early
in the week from a few days' fishing
at Christina lake.
Judge Clement visited old acquaintances in the city on Thanksgiving day,
on his way to the fall assizes in Greenwood.
Col. Lowery, editor of the Greenwood Ledge, was a visitor at The Mun
otlice on Wednesday.
Be sure anil see the art gallery at
tbe W. A. Bazaar.
Largest in British Empire
In an interview with a Nelson
News reporter this week A. B. W.
Hodges, manager of the Granby
smelter, snid: "Your weekly ore
ihipinents should tell you whut we
are   doing.    We  are now handling
j more ore at our smelter than ever
ever before, and  are doing so with
I only seven furnaces as against eight
! formerly in uue. The eighth, however, is ready for operation, which
means that the work of enlarging
the plant, which has been in progress for some time, has been  com-
; pleted. With this last furnace
ready for operation we have the second largest smelter in Ihe world, the
largest being located at Anaconda,
while we have bad the honor for
some time of having the largest
smelter in the British empire."
Mr. James B. Fleming, M.A.,
formerly of Glasgow, Scotland, entered, on Tuesday morning, upon
his duties as principal of the high
Can you whistle, ladies? If bo,
come and win a prize at the W. A.
The Union Show
The big union show in the opera
on Thanksgiving evening was an
inimens success. The hall was
crowded, every seat being filled.
The revolving pictures were handled
perfectly, and the comical farce
comedy, entitled "John Hopkin's
Ghost," created intense mirth. The
interest of the show was heightened
by the donated of a fine fat turkey,
purchased from Elmore's market,
which  was won by ticket No. 038,-
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
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, 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	
Golden Eagle	
shipments of   Boundary mines
1907 1908   Past Week
613,537 1,032,519       27,573
135,001 45,956         3,650
208,321 314,029       11,396
14,481 65,800            950
* 65
218, held by John Holtz, of the
North Fork addition. Next Monday night a prize consisting of $5 in
NOTICE in hereby Kiven Hint so application
will he made under Part V. of the "Water
Acl, 1909," 10 obtain a license In the rtlmflka-
nieen Division of Yale District.
(a.) The name, address and occupation of the
applicant: Charles Sandner, English Cove, B.
,'., Rancher. (If for minim, purposes) Free
Mite ri Cert Meat* No 	
(b.) The name of the lake, stream or source
(if unnamed, the description Is): Sandner
fc.) Thc point of diversion: About one-fourth
mile South from the Northeast corner of l,ol
H'iH. Group One, Hllullkameen Division of Yale
(d.) Thc quantity of water applied for (in cu.
blc feet per second): Four cubit feet.
(c.) The characterof the proposed works	
(f.) " he premises on which thc water Is to he
used (describe same): Part tot lt'_3. Group
One, Slmilkaliigen Division of Yule District,
(K ) The purposes fnr which the water is to be
used: Domestic und irrigation.
(li.) If fnr irrigation describe thc land Intended to be Irrigated, giving acreage: Part of Lot
142H. Group One, Siinllkauicen Division of Ya 0
District, 1'20 acres, more or less.
(I.) If the water is to he used for power or
mining purposes describe the place where thc
water is 10 be returned to some natural Chun-
uel, and tile difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return	
(j.) Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by the proposed works	
(k.) This notice wns posted on the twelfth dny
of October, IflOO.and application will be made to
the Commissioner on the seventeenth day of
November, 1IKMJ.
(1.) Give the names and addresses of any
riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose
iahds are likely to bc affected by tbe proposed
works, either above or below the outlet,	
(Signature) CHA RI.KS SANDNER,
(P. O. Address) Knglish Cove, B. C.
gold will be given to the person
lucky enough to hold the winning
NOTICE i» herebv given that an application
'» wtU be made under Part V. of thu "Water
Act, 10W." to obtain a license in the Siraillta-
meen Division of Yale District.
(h) The nitme, address ami occupation of Lhe
applican: William Walinsley, Cascade, B. C.
Railroad Station Agent. (If for mining pur-
pose*) free Miner'sCertiflca'e No	
(h) Thc name of thu lake, strewn or Hourec (if
unnamed, thc description is) Hnndner Creek.
(0) The point of •tiveraion: About 1000 feet
uorth from Stiinhicr's mill, Christina Lake, and
up the creek about !U)0 feet in au Hasterly direction.
(rt) Thc quantity of water applied for (in cubic feet per second): one cubit foot.
(<■) The characterof the propUHd works   	
(0 I'he prcuoiHes on whicli the water Is to he
iiHCil (describe same): I'art of Lot H-'S, Croup
One, Similkameen Division of Yale District.
(ir) The purposes for which the water is to be
ii'd:  Domestic and irrigation,
(!■) If for Irrigaiion describe the lend Intended to he irrigated, giving acreage* PartOf Lot
U28, Group One, Similkameen Division of Yale
District, leu awes, more or less.
(i) If the water Is to lie used for power or mining purposes describe the place where the water
is to be returned to some natural channel, am)
the difference tu altitude between the point nf
diversion and the point of return  	
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be occupied bv the proposed works	
(k) This notice was posted on the tweiftn dnv
of >ctoher, MX), and application will be made
to the Commissioner ou the seventeenth dav of
November, 1HO0.
(1) Give .the names and addresses of nuy
riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose
lands are likely to be affected by the proposed
works, citner above or below thu ontlct: Charles
(P. O. Address) Cascade, 11. C.
Bridge Street,
The best and most
substantial lire-proof
building in the Boundary country. Recently completed and
newly furnished
throughout. Equipped with all modern
electrical conveniences, Centrally located. First-class accommodations for the
ravelling public.
Hot and Gold Baths
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In Connection.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modem jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
Total, tons  1,148,2:17
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,479,082       43,569
TotalTreated      1,133,017    1,420,272
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a Fresh Supply ofj
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Authorized .--shahkb—. Paid    Total to    Latest      Per
NamkofCoUPAST.               Capital.    Issued. Par. 1906.       Date.       Date    Share
Gratihy Consolidated-Copper...•15.UOO.000     185,000 JUKI $1,920,000 11,568.630 Dec. 1006 $1.00
Cariboo MoKlniiey-Gold     1,250.000   1,250.000     fl           516,™ Feb. 1W4     .00
Providence-Silver AtOOOOO      II000     13 16.000        118,22. Sept. 1906     .50
B.C. Copper-Copper     1,000,000    .503,000     ft         201,200 Sept. 1UT     .04
Palace Barber Shop
iazor Hun.ne
Kazup Hon.ne a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North of Granby Hotel,
Fihst Street.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Rutherford Bros., Props.
«t.ic*lr ascertain er
a i ketohand deecriptionmat
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«y Illustrated weekly. Largest eir-
-jlatlon of ear scientific jouraaL Terras for
Candida, tti.75 a Tear, postage prepaid, gold br
all newsdealers.
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