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Seventh Year--No. 12.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. Janua y 17, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Monday Nominations Brought
Out Numerous Adler-
manic Aspirants
Elections on Thursday Put
Citizen's Ticket at the
Council Table.
On Monday, noon, the nominations
for the city council for the ensuing
year took place at the city hall, nominations being received for Mayor,
Aldermen and School Trustees. As
only one nomination was received for
Mayor, the gentleman nominated by
D. Whiteside and J. W. Rutherford
was declared elected. For Aldermen
there were nine nominations, four in
the West ward and five in the East
ward. For School Trustees there
were three nominations. The names
of those nominated and of their proposers are as follows:
For Mayor—G. M. Fripp, by D.
Whiteside and J. W. Rutherford.
For Aldermen, East Ward—Fred
Clark, by Harry Lutley and Kenneth
McKenzie; Sam Horner, by R. Oaw
and A. Mitehener; James McArdle,
by N. L, Mclnnes and J. C. Mo-
Donald; W. S. Miller, by Jos. Mo-
Donald, D. Whiteside and Dr. W. E.
Newcombe; G. H. Rutherford, by
W. E. Newcombe and N.L. Mclnnes.
Westward—James Hardy, by T.
L. Crossen and D. Whiteside; P. T.
McCallum, by F. J. Miller and H. 0.
Hanington; F. J. Miller, by Charles
Hay and I. A. Dinsmore; H. E.
Woodland, by R. R. Gilpin and M. J.
For School Trustees—I. A. Dinsmore, by P. T. McCalluin and Ernest
Miller; H. C. Hannington, by F. J.
Miller and G. M. Fripp; R. Hughes,
by N, D. Mcintosh and Leonard
Thursday was not a day for crowds
.to be out in, but the candidates and
interested parties in the civic election
were busy bringing out their supporters to the polls, and the excite-
in some quarters was amusing. The
result of tho voting shows a good
council in harness. The standing of
the new council,heing practically composed of new timber, shows in no small
way tho desires of the people. The
council is a strong one, composed
of Mayor Fripp, and Aldermen Fred
Clark, J. McArdle, Q.H. Rutherford,
F, Miller, P. T. McCallum and H. E.
Woodland. Messrs. Dinsmore and
Hanington were re-elected as school
trustees. Tho result of the voting
it shown as follows:
G. M. Fripp, by acclamation,
Aldbiimen— East Wabd
Claark, Frederick 147
Horner Samuel  84
McArdle, James  138
Miller, William S  82
Rutherford, George H 132
Rejected Ballots      1
Total vote polled 220
West Ward
Hardy, James*    48
McCallum, Peter T  82
Miller, Francis- J  99
Woodland, Harold E  63
Rejected  Ballots     2
Total vote polled 127
School Trustees
Dinsmore, Isaac A  245
Hanington, Henry C 201
Hughes, Robert W 175
Rejected ballots      4
Total vote polled 345
Salary Referendum
For paying mayor  98
Against paying mayor  89
For paying aldenner   77
Against paying aldermen 100
Rejected ballots      9
Total vote polled 197
Homestead Entries
The manner in which the west is
being populated is probably best shown
in the number of homestead entries
and the number of acres pafsing into
personal ownership. A comporison
of the work of the present government
with what was done in Conservative
times will reflect great credit on the
sagacity and enterprise of the present
g iverniiient. The following will be
read with interest:
Fine years ending June 30, 1902,
41,803; 6,688,480 acres.
Five years ending June 30, 1907,
130,212; 20,833,920 acres.
The above shows what the policy
of the department has accomplished
within, tbe last five year and what
substantial gains have been made in
securing permanent settlers who will
add greatly to the wealth of the
For purposes of comparison let us
take ten years previous.to the Conservatives going out of office, in 1896,
and compare what they accomplished
with the result of the next ten years
under Liberal administration:
Ten years ending December 31, 18-
97, 32,300; 5,168,000acres.
Ten years ending December 31,
1907, 172,015, 27,522,400 acres.
Surely there cannot be better evidence put forword to justify a policy
than is furnished by these figures.
British Immigration
Some figures in general immigration
are also interesting as going to prove
the class of citizens now entering the
Dominion. This will disprove the
arguments constantly advanced that
British immigration is falling off.
Five years ending 1901-1902: Great
Britian and Ireland, 56,043; other
countries, 86,242; United States 73-
982; total, 236,886.
An interesting comparison is made
with the five years just ended which
proves the contention that an improved class of people ure being encouraged to settle in Canada:
Five years ending 1006-1907: Great
Britian and Ireland, 300,112; other
countries, 187,705; United States
230,874; total 718,691.
Carping critics who alleged thai
British immigration is falling away
will do well tn study these fiigures
and if they are not inclined to give
credit to thn government, at least tlicy
should cease misrepresenting facts.
Tho preparations for tlio winter
carnival at Rossland are going energetically ahead. The mines of the
camp have contributed $450, the city
$150, there is ubout $200 in the treasury from last year, the merchants and
business men generally are contributing liberally, and the outlook is that
theie will be at least $2000 in the
treasury for the purpose of defraying
the expenses.
New York Capitalists Secure
an  option  on  the
Maple Leaf.
B. C.  Telephone   Company
Make Further Improvements in the city.
New York capitalists have secured
an option on the Maple Leaf group,
consisting of six claims located in
Gloucester camp. Work on a small
scale will be started at once, and it is
stated that as soon as spring opens up
a large force of men will be employed
at the mine. ■
G. C. Hodge, of Nelson, district
superintendent of the B. C. Telephone company, was in the city this
week overseeing ihe construction of a
mile long, 25-pair telephone cable to
connect the company's system with
the Granby smelter's phones. The
B. C. company have taken over all of
the Granby company's instruments in
this city, and will hereafter operate
the entire system.
Lome A. Campbell, of Rossland,
general manager of the West Kootenay Power company, spent a few days
in the city this week. While here
Mr. Campbell stated that he intended,
in the near future, to take up his permanent residence in Spokane, where
he will erect a $12,000 residence. Mr.
J. B. Aenderson, the local architect,
who will superintend theconstiuction
of the house, furnished Mr. Campbell
with a rough draft of the same while
he was here.
The local lodge of the Fraternal
Order of Eagles installed officers for
the ensuing year last Monday night,
T. J. Benninger, J. P. W. P., acting
as installing officer. The birds present
repoit a genuine Eagle time. Officer**
were installed as follows: W. P.,
P. A. 7, Pare; W. V. P., Frank E.
Stack; W, C, Alex Mcintosh; Conductor, John Gilmour; W, Secretary,
A. M. McKenzie; W. Treasurer, C.
IS. Peterson; Inside Guard, Pat Riley;
Outside Guard, Robert Moore.
The Opie Reid entertainment, billed
at the Grand Forks opera house for
last Wednesdy evening was cancelled,
owing to Mr. Reid's serious illness
in Spokane.
The Athletic Association's skating
rink whs opened on Wednesday night.
Some difficulty has been experienced
this winter in getting tlio ieo in shape,
iiut Uio association were enabled to
have the rink running a few days
earlier than the soft winter of last
year allowed. A large crowd took
advantage of the opening night, with
the bund in attendunoe.
The old Coliimbiu jail wus iih.mi1
this week from the location where it
has been standing for the past six or
seven years, and it will hereafter be
used as a chicken house by u private
individual. The citizens of the West
end imagine that thoy ure too good
for a jail.
Fred Starkey, a prominent Nolson
business man and president of the
Associated Boards of Trade, spent a
couple of duys in the city this   week.
inst. The couple left on Tuesday for
a short wedding trip to Spokane. On
their return they will take up their
permanent residence in this city.
John Hutchison, who was opeiuted
on for appendicitis at the Grand
Forks hospital a little over a week ago
and who was reported to be in a
serious condition a few days ago. was
considerably improved last night, aud
his condition is said to be gradually
growing better.
The Greenwood Amateur Dramatic
Society, which presents"Confusion"at
the opera house on the 25th, announce
that the proceeds of the entertainment
after paying expenses, will be given
to the British Columbia Tuberculosis
Society. You will hear a fine enter-
by going to the play, and help a good
cause as well.
Born—In Grand Forks, on Tuesday
January 14, to Mr. and Mrs. George
Massie, a son.
The Ladies of the Maccabees entertained their American friends at
a social in the Eagles' hall on Thursday night. An enjoyable time is
reported. •'
A number of merry-makers gathered last night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Henniger, were an enjoy*
able time was spent. Games and
amusements kept every one in good
spirits till a late hour, when the party
broke up, with many good wishes for
their entertainers.
The Grand Forks and Phoenix
hockey clubs played the first game of
the seasou at the Phoenix rink this
evening. The game resulted in u
score of 13 to 3 in favor of the Phoenix
boys. It is reported that Dick Mich-
oner, of the Graud Forks team, was
badly injured during the progress of
the game. A return game will be
played at tho rink in this city next
Wednesday night.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodisi
Church will hold un "At Home" at
ihe parsonage next Tuesday evening,
commencing at 8 o'clock. The mem
licrs and friends of the congregation
ure coriliully invited. Bring a friend
with you uud spend a pleasant even
ing with us.
Rev. H. S, Magee, Associate Seere
tjiry of Tempiunoe and Moral Reform,
will preach in thu Methodist Chiircl
mi Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. You
are especially Invited to  this  service.
A meeting of the Greenwood Typo
gi'upicul Union was held in
I'lioenix last Saturday night,
Two members were in attendance
From here, one arriving rather late on
itei.'oiinl. of ihe fast traiii service sun
plied to   the   public    by   the   Great
Northern on the Phoenix hill.
Frank SI roi in hod his feet badly
burned at the Granby smelter lust
Monday by the hot slug. Fred Hoffman also received slight injuries iu the
same manner,
A. B. W.  Hodges, VV,   B.  Bi.hop
and W, Miller attended the meeting
of the Mining Institute in Nelson this
George O'Keefe, an employee of the
Granby smelter, and Miss Wiseman, .
of Republic, were married in the!
latter   city   on   Monday,   the  13th
Alex McQueen, formerly a resident
of Grand Porlis, was a visitor iu tho
city this week.
It snowed ull election day. But the
next duv it didn't snow.
Mines of Province Produced
$25,738,983 in the Year
Just Closed
Boundary Mines Were Shut
Down for Nearly a Quarter of the Year
The total mineral production of
British Columbia for 1907, according
to an approximate estimate provided
by thc provincial mineralogist, W.
Fleet Robertson, shows an increase of
over three-quarters of a million dollars
over that of 1906. This showing is
remarkable when it is remembered
that the Boundary mines were shut
down for nearly a quarter of the year,
two months ut one time, while prior
to that there were constant delays
from coke shortage.
Of the 38,000,000 pounds of copper produced, 28,000,000 pounds came
from the Boundary mines, about .4,-
000,000 from the coast, and 5,000,000
from Rossland.
The total production of the metalliferous mines for 1907 was $17,878,883,
as compared ,with $19,432,502 in
1906. For this falling off, owing to
the causes above mentioned, the great
increase in the production of coal aud
coke and the advanced prices received
for the latter, more than compensated.
The total production of coal and coke
for the year just ended is estimated
by Robertson at $7,860,100, as com'
,.ared with $5,548,044 in 1906.
From all sources the mineral production for 1907 is placed by Mr.
Itobertson at $25,738,983, us compared with $24,980 546 m 1906.
The average price for metals gener-
dly for 1907 was ubout the same as
in 1906.
The following approximate estimate
of the value of mineral production for
1907 was prepared by the provincial
Placer gold $     700,000
Lode gold .'    4,129,246
Silver     1,862,821)
Copper    7,078,463
Lead.....     2,318,864
llldguits, etc      1,200,00(1
Total $|j7,87li?8*8
Coul     6,I.I-,I(M)
Coke     I,.*lo2,uo0
Orand total   128,788,983
On Saturday the 25th, inst,, the
> l recti wo. ii I Amateur Diamutlo Society
will present the screaming farce comedy, "Confusion" in the Orand B'orks
opera house. The players are accompanied by the Greenwood Concert
OlohtX.Ua of eight pieces, under the
leadership of A. D. Hallett. The
pluy is one of the brightest comedies
written—full of wit and humor, and
not for u minute in the whole plat' is
the attention of the audience allowed
to drug. Part of the cast who so ably
presented "Our Boys" a year ago are
in the play, strengthened by several
new members, who have proven then -
selves ustists of cceplioual merit,
Ticket   ou   sale    at    Woodland's.
If this issue of The Sun surpasses
itself in brightness you can lay the
blame to the fact that the editor has
been serious'y ill during the past week. QUip Elnming Bmx
Published utQruud Korks, British Columbia.
li. A. Evans .
..Editor and Publisher
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eliHri^e, and that Hrm will be «lfl.i to reeelve
s.ihseril.tioi.s anil u.lvcrti.eiiieiits on our behalf.
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Address nil uoniinonieiitloiis to
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Phosb B74 Obasd Kokks. B.C.
ment, the operating profit shown is icitizen who deviates from the path
ii duty to avoid making enemies is a
burden upon mankind. The citizen
however humble, who will fight if
necessary to eradicate an evil or to
boiler up a just cause, is the standard bearer of a greater age.
Tho result of the municipal election
lust Thursday, appears to give general
satisfaction to everybody. The new-
lv elected council is an exceptionally
strong one, being composed of the
lending business men of ill.'eity, and
will undoubtedly receive the hearty
support of both the press and the
citizens generally,
$484,676.07. Four dividends were
paid during the year, Nos. ii to ri,
inclusive, amounting tn ."5490,005,
and the balance at the credit of tbe
profit and loss account is Soo.oSO
The gross value of the metals produced at the company's smelting
works during the year wns $3,786,-
14(1, of whioh $1',657,366 (Same from
the cum puny's own properties. •-'All
together tbe Trail smelter bas produced precious metals valued nt over
There are more ways than one for
a woman to have her own way.
If a man is healthy he can afford
to take chances on health food.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Bounoary.    kun Job Office.
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weeklv Globe and Canada Farmer for $1 per year in advance. The illustrated supplement
tlmt accompanies the Globs-is won.h
twice the money we ask for the two
I input's.
It sometimes happens thnt. a self-
made man is unmade bv a woman.
Bloyoi.ES and Repair Wouk—A
; complete line of 1907 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
i Postoffice, First street.
The question of trade expansion is
always an interesting subject, and
reflects very truly the prosperous or
depressed state of things us tho ease,
may be: nfter eighteen years of Conservative rule, the total trade of the
country increased from IS78 to 189(i
$66,619,906, or.equal to an average
inon aie per year of §3,701,106. After
eleven years of Liberal rule the total
trade of the country increased from
1896 to 1907 $378,939,529, or equal
to an average increase per year of
•*}34,449,0u4. That is the averagd
increase per year under Liberal rule,
was equal to half the total increase
under Cunsrvative rule for eighteen
There is more genius floating
nround than there is plain common
The less religion a men  has the:
more he thinks his wife should have. I
The  Sun and the Toronto Weekl y
Globe for $1 per year.
It sometimes happens that a man
doesn't show bad taste in dressing
because he can't afford it.
Some politics make familiar cellmates.
sows smiles  will  reap
He   who
Cheerupathy is the best school of
medicine. ;
A dispatch has been received from
the colonial secretary announcing
that the King has instituted a medal
to be called the Edward medal for
courage in saving or attempting to
save lives in mines or quarries within
His Majesty's dominions. It may I e
bestowed on persons of either sex or of
any nationality. It is not the King's
desire that the medal should be given
for rash and injudicious attempts at
saving life, however gallant they may
be, as for instance in eases where
those who attempt to rescue, have
themselves to aggravate the danger. The qualifications for the Edward medal must be of a high and
exceptional order. . In the case of
Canada all recommendations for the
medal will he transmitted by the
Oddfellows Install Officers
On Thursday evening, the District
Deputy Orand Master, T. L, Crossen,
assisted by the Grand Seroetary,G. H.
Rutherford, Grand Permanent Seore*
cary D. Whiteside, Grand Trevsurtr
Fred Cooper, Grand Warden George
Chappie, and Grand Marshal D. D.
Munro, ofthe Grand Lodge, installed
the following officers of Gateway
Lodge, No. if), i. O. O. 1''.: Noble
Grand, John Kavanagh; Vice Grand,
Richard Frache; Recording Secretary,
W. R. Dewdney; Permanent Seore
tiny, W, B. Bower; Treasurer, Freil
Clink; Warden, Horace 15. Chapman;
Conductor, Roy J. Faulkner; R. S.
N. G., Geo. Rutherford; L. S. N G.,
H. F. Mordhurst; R. S. V. G., Geo.
Murphy; L S. V. G., Robert Muir;
Inside Guardian, Carl Wolfram; Outside Guardian, Geo. Chappie. David
Whiteside presided at a banquet ut'er
the installation ceremonies, at which
numerous songs, recitations and
specchs were given by the members
and visitors present.
Walter H. Aldridge, managing-
director of the Consolidated Mining
and Smelting Company of Canada,
says that after writing off $91,705.50
depreciation   on plant and cquip-
Moral digestion is often diagnosed
as religion.
People who take life easy usually
make it hard for somebody else.
People who nre always looking
for evil miss seeing a lot. of good
Worry makes   itself known  but
gook fortune has to be introduced
When a man really becomes acquainted with hinself he feels
After all, the ohief difference between most people is the length of
the clothesline.
Reputation has carried men to
uccess when their characters would
have condemned them.
Making Enemies
One of the finest traits of human
•hnracter is the inherent desire to
live in harmony with one's fellow-
men. Yet no trait renders one less
valuable to society than this desire
when carried to nn extreme.
Since the world began opposing
forces have combatted for its mastery. Ideas have met opposing ideas
new theories have demanded the
paces of the old; out animalism and
barbarism has come civilization,
and behind every movement have
stood men with clear, level eyes and
hearts that were fearless. Do you
think that these men were swayed
liy the fear of making enimics? Did
(Inratnildi think of Ihis when he
struck aside thc barriers nf eight
hundred years for Italy.? Was
I 'barleiiingne "gennis of civilization'
impeded by such a fear? What if
John the Baptist, Martin Luther,
Gustavus Adolpus, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Maximo Gomez had felt that the making of enemies was too high a price
In be paid for the various causes
which they espoused? What, indeed, if Theodore Roosevelt cared
more for the friendship of those with
whom he has disagreed than he
ares for his own convictions?
Until the millenium shall have
arrived there will be need of men
and women who do not fear to
make enemies. The need of militant leaders is only less than the
need of militant men and women in
the common walks of   life.    The
You might as well; try to reach
the orb of day by walking nn a sunbeam us to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
TAKB NOTlCli that August .Johnson, nf
Lynch Creek, on the North Fork of Kettle
Rivt't-, \H miles north uf the City of Grand
Porks, Yale District, Hritish Coliimbiu, ocoU-
|i'iti-iii Hotelkceper, intends to apply for per-
m Union tu iMircliiise the follow hit*; (leticribed
land: Coinmenctnir at a post planted at
Lynch Oreek, about, eighteen miles north of
the City o* Grand Forks, on the North Fork
of Kettle River, in theSimllkanieen Dlvlniou
of Ynle District; thence uorth eighty chaius.
tlieuce west ten ohains to the cast hunk of
the North Kork of Kettle Kiver,thence south
following the east bunk of the North Fork of
i Ir Kettle Klver eighty ciiuins to n point due
west of the point of commencement, theuce
east fifteen chains to the point of commencement, and containing one hundred acres,
more or less.
Dated the eighth day of January, 1908.
Similkameen   Land   District,    District   of
TAKE NOTICE that Smnuel Horner, of
Graud Porks. H.C.- occupation a Hrlck layer,
intends to apply fur special timber licenses
ovt the following described lands, nil situ-
nte lu the simllkumeen Division of Yale District, Province of Hritish ('olumbia:
Location No. 1. Commencing nt a post
marked "Samuel Horner's Southeast corner,'
planted about sixty chains west of McFar-
lune Creek, adjoining southwest corner of
timber limit No. 15UW, thence north 80chaius,
thence west 81) chaius, thence south 80 chuins,
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
less.   Located November 28th 1907.
Samuel Horner, Locator.
Locution No. 2. Commencing at a post
marked "Samuel Horner's Southeast corner," plauted about forty chains west of the
north-Mint corner of No. 1 Location; thence
north 80 ohains, thence west HO chains, theuce
south 80 chuins, thence east 80 chains to the
point of commencement, containing 640
ncres, more or less. Locuted November 28th,
Samuel Horner, Locator,
Locution No. 3. Commencing at a post
marked "Samuel Harrier's Southeast corner," adjoining No, 2 Location on the northeast corner; thence north Wi chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chnins, thenoe
cast 80 chains to tho point of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or less.
Located November 28th, 1007.
Samuel Horner, Locator.
Locution No. 4. Commencing at a post
mnrked "Sumuel Horner's Southeast corner," Adjoining No, 3 Locution on the northeast Corner; thence north 80 ohains, theuce
west Hii chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
cast si) chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or less. Located November 28th, 1907.   Samuel Homer,
Dated ut Grand Forks, 11.(7, December 13,
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
Kuilway Kelt of llritish Columbin maybe
homesteaded by any person who Is the head
of a family, or any mule over eighteen yeurs
of age, to thn extent uf one-quarter section
of 100 acres, more or lei*.
Knt rv must be made personally at the local
laud office for the district In whioh the luud
Is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions counejted therewith uuder
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation ofthe land in each year for three
(2) It the father (ur mother, tf the father is
.leceased), of the homesteader resides upon a
farm In the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements as to residence may be sat* <
istled hy suoh person residing witb the father .
or mother.
(it)   If the settler haB his permanent resi- ,
lence upon farming land owned by  him In
the  vicinity  of his homestead, tbe requirements us to residence may  be satisfied by I
residence upon the said laud.
>Six months' notice In writing should be
given t lie Commissioner of Dominion Lauds
at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent.     '
Coal—Coal mining rights ma* be leased
fur a period of tweuty-une years at an allium! rental of $1,00 per acre. Not more thuu
2.r.i..i acres shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five cents
per tou shall he collected on the merchant-
aide coal mined.
W. W. CORY,      I
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of thi*
advertisement will not be paid for.
For Sale
cAlso an Assortment tf
We W*«t
As we have a number of enquiries   for
small   farms.    We expect   a   number ofj
buyer       ir.  nit Forks at an early" date.
It you have farms for sale, call on
A. Erskine Smith 8 Co.
Fish and Game in Season
Great Northern Railway
Route of the "Oriental Limited"
and Fast Mail
mm Each Way Daily from Spokane Lu
Close connections   at
Paul and Chicago.
Only 28 Hours to New Westminster
29 Hours to Vancouver
For tirst-class or TouriBt Sleeper Reservations apply to
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
AlssL.-Yukon Eiposition. Senile, Ji
-Oelobcr, 1909
Milk Supply Co.
Fresh Milk Delivered
Leave Orders at Jeff Davis' Store
For the famous AUTOMOBILE
SKATE, tl'e •*in<* that won'v
bend 'or break, light and
strong, and every pair guaranteed, see
Irish Twist Roll
imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
B. C. Land Surveyor
Pl.ouo   85
Grand Fork*-, G. C. I.
Directions to Prepare a Very
Simple  Home  Mixture
Tells You How to Overcome
Rheumatism With Simple Recipe
ntjighborhood elicits the information
that these drugs are harmless and can
be bought separately, or the druggists
here will mix the prescription for our
readers if asked to.
A well-known authority on rheu.
mutism gives the readers of a large
New York daily paper the following
valuable yet simple and harmless prescription, which any one can easily
prepare at home:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Mix by shaking well in a bottle and
take a teaspoonful dose after each meal
and at bedtime.
He states that the ingredients can
be obtained from auy good prescription pharmacy at small cost, and, being of vegetable extraction, are harmless to take.
This pleasant mixture, if taken regularly for a few days, is said to overcome almost any case of rheumatism.
The pain and swelling, if any, diminishes with each dose, until permaueut
results are obtained, and without injuring the stomach. While there are
many so-called rheumatism remedies,
patent medicines, etc., some of which
do give relief, fow really give permanent results, aud the above will, no
doubt, be greatly appreciated by many
sufferers here at this time.
Inquiry at the drug stores of  this
A group of manufacturers in the
iron trade at Erie, Pa., have established the Manitoba Iron Rolling
Mills coinpany at Winnipeg. The
mill and puddling furnaces are now
in operation, using large quantities
of scrap iron. It is the only iron
mill in Canada between Port Arthur
and the Pacific Coast. Another new
plant has gone into eervico at Port
Arthur which is using exclusively
Manitoba ore. This mill is paid n
bounty of $2.10 a ton by the Canadian gnvi'iiiiiiieiit. Mills using
American ores receive a bounty of
$1.10 a ton. At the present time
the Dominion is paying bounties at
the rate of nearly $3,000,000 a year
on the product of iron and steel.
The total capacity of the Canadian blast furnaces in the active
list is 2,335 tons a day; capacity of
furnaces now planned or under construction is 1,100 tons a duy. There
is no plant yet in Canada at which
ihip plates and the larger sizes of
structural steel are made.
Of Canadian Mining Institute
Organized in Nelson
On Wednesday.
A large number of Western
Members were in
Knox Phesbytkiuan ChUHOH—
Sabbath service* at 11 a.m. and 7 p.
m.j Sabbath school and Hible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
in. All aro coi'fliilly invited: seats free.
Methodist Church, Rev. Schlich-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:00 p.m.; Sunday school
ami Hible class at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Chuiich, Hev. F. W. Au*
vuclie, pastor. — Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. anil 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school ami Bible class at 3 p.m.
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The Western Canadian reading public is mude up chiefly of these
classes: Persons who have lived in the West for a lengthy period
and aro out and out Westerners, and recent arrivals from ihe Old
Country, from the United Status and from Eastern Canada.
Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction
to all these classes, but by this combination offer every special need
is met
The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In
addition it has special departments for American ond British settlers. The Family Herald and Weekly Star supplies tho former resident of Eastern Canada with tho news of the Eastern portion of the
Dominion in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides the local and
Boundary news, which you cannot do without.
Find enclosed $2.00, for which send me Weekly Free Press
and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star,
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On Wednesday there was organized in Nelson a Western Branch of
the Canadian Institute of Mining
Engineers. There is at present about
150 members in the -west and it is
thought thatjwith the localizing of the
institution that this membership will
be easily increased  to  200  members.
Frederic Keffer, as president of the
Canadian institute was in the chair
and A. H. Gracey, secietary pro-tem.
Mr. Keffer stated that it had been
thought best by the executive of the
organization that on account of the
inability of members in the west to
attend the meetings in the east, the
formation of u Western brunch would
bo beneficial. Mr. Keffer stated all
the reasons and hoped that the members present woul find the local branch
a source of help. It was then moved
and seconded 'that we now constitute
ourselves a Western Brunch of the
Canadian Mining Institute", which
unanimously carried.
The election of officers was then
called for, aud the following gentlemen elected: President, A. B. W.
Hodges; secretary, E. Jacobs; executive council, P. S. Couldrey, II. H.
Stewart, L. Hill, O. E. S Whiteside,
W. M. Brewer, J. C. Haas, E. C.
Musgrave, J. McEvoy, S. G. Baylock.
A number of interesting papers
were read by tho members, throwing
light on the different workings around
mines and smelters, the discussion on
them proving of great benefit.
The Sun and the Toronto Weeklv
Globe for $ 1.00 per year.
The surest way to evaporate business troubles is to give your stationery
the necessary talking qualities by
having it printed in .. modern offl.'e
by competent workmen. The Sun
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Bouudiuy, and our workmen are capable and of wide experience. This is
the reason why we do the piinting for
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A Lazy Liver
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boun
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oflice in this section that have the
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When trouble drives a man to
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more trouble. j
Always Curries inl3took
a Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Kay be only a tired liver, or a starved
liver. It would be a stupid as well us
savage thing to beat a weary or starved
man because he lagged In his work. So
la treating tho lagging, torpid liver It is
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body whoso organs are weary with over
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Dr. Pierce's Qoldon Medical Discovery
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Increases the secretions of tho blood-must*.
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luilructlvu liotiklut,  "Stylo, or  How tn PrntM Cotrerlly,"
friii tf yon iii'*i*lum thli putiUottlon,
Following are the locutions, certificates of work, Hills of sule, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee nt
Grand Forks, li. C, of tho Grand
Forks mining division, for thu pint
few weeks.
Mascot, Wellington Cump, J.
La Belle.
certificate of work
Blue Nose Fraction, Wellington
Camp, I. Kerby.  (survey.)
Georgia, Summit Camp, Sam McOrmond.  (survey)
Floronce, Wellington Cnmp, Bas
sett et al.
Eva Fraction, Wellington Camp,
I. Bassett.
Mullen Fraction, Phoenix Camp,
John Mulligan.
Viola. P, Summit Camp, G. R.
Union, Franklin Camp, Pete
Lark, Wellington Camp, Geo. T.
All of Park, Volcanic Mountain,
; W. A. Pounder to J. A. Thomson.
All of lv. V. L. Fraction, Volcanic
Mountain, W. A. Pounder to J. A.
! Thomson.
I No. 10, Summit Camp, Forbes
M Kerhy to John Mulligan. t
Mining olliee statistics for 1907,
showing the numbei of different
records, etc., for the Grand Forks
Locations 164
Certificates of work 412
Transfers    70
Agreements     5
Certificates of Improvement 26
Water records     2
Filing notices to do work... 63
Free Miners' Certificates 267
Special Free Miners' Certif's    1
At the preliminary hearing of the
Japanese, in Vancouver on Tuesday,
for viciously assaulting three Vancouver firemen on New Year's eve,
one, Murnto, was held for trial and
the cases of the other were remanded.
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The Japanese line of defence is shown
to lie the shifting of the entire blame
of the incident on Murato, through
his alleged confessions to his country
men of having committed the deed.
Hon. George Anthony Walkem,
formerly a supreme court judge, and
Iwice premier of the province, died
in Victoria on Tuesd.iv.
A branch of tho B. C. Timber and
Forestry Chamber of Commerce has
I ee.n inaugurated in Revelstoke to
protect the interests of the lumber
merchants of that district.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, Deo. 15.—The, following are today's opening quotations for
the stuck mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
Granby  98.00     80.no
Dominion Copper     2 1",
B.C. Copper     5} S|
Metal Quotations
New Youk, Jan. 10.—Silver, Oof;
el. ctro ytie wipper, 13jj @ 13J
Lonijon, Jan. 13.—Lead, £H 7s-
7d; silver, 2f. II-Hi.
Prints more live Boundary news than
any other paper published in the
district. The price of The Sun is
only ¥1.00 per year—one-half the eost
of its competitors. The Sun is never
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest. The Sun is acknowledged to be one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will Imve their
money refunded by galling at theottics
of publication.
The Evknino Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer.
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The Evening Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farm
er and the Montreal Family Herald
ind Weekly Star, $L',00 per year in
Similkameen Land   Division, District oi
TAKE NOTICB thut A. Erskinp Smith,   of
Grand Korks, Hritish Culiunhlu, ouoUpa-
lion n Hi olicr, intends to iiiiply for 11 Hpei-lal
tluiherli'.enne ovor tho followiiitr ilns-'ribiMi
Inn-It*, all sit mitt** In the Siinilkiuiieeii hi vision
of Yule District, I'rovtnt'e uf Hritish Colli mliiii:
Location No, 1, Commend riff nt a post
marked "A. Erskine Btnlth'a S. W. oorner,''
planted on the eust hunk of the Went Pork
of tho North Kork of Kettlo Kiver, ahout
"itfht miles north of the uortlWii ooiiridur-.
of I ot WiXi.Oioup I, Similkameen Lund Dlvl
sion, Yule Dihlrict: thmiCH ennt UK) uliulut-
thence north -tu chuttiK.thonoe west PHI chain**,
thence south 40 chain*-) to tho point of commencement, coiitiiinintr tilu ncres, more or
let**. Locuted October tind, 1007.
Locntlou No. 2. Commeiioiiicr at a post
marked "A- Erskine Smith's H. VV. corner,"
[limited on the eust bunk of tho West Kork ot
the North Kork ot Kettle Klver. about 8'..
miles north ofthe north boundary of suiu
Lot Hfi:i-i; thence east 180 (maim, thenoe tiurt I
40chnins, thenoe west 100 ohattll. theuc-
-noih 40 chuins to the point of commence*
incut, (•-■i-tii min-jr 040 ucre fc, more or teats, Lo
•■•ted October 22nd, 1W)7.
Location No. 8. Commeiiclujr nt a post
mnrked "A. Erskine Smith's S- VV,, corner."
planted on the wittl bunk of the suid Went
Kork, nhout nine mites north of the snid
northerly boundary of snid Lot Wl-tf: thenoe
east 160 chuins, thence north 4ii chiiins,ttiniiee
west 100 ohains, thence south 40 chuins to tli.
point of commencement, contain in-' -'40
ucres, more or less. Located October 22nd,
Locution No. 4. Commencing nt a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's 8. W. corner,"
plnnted on the east bniik of the -mid Went
r'ork, about It'., miles north of the northerly
houndnry of said Lot 80SS; theuce east lib'
oliuins, tbence north 40 chains, tlieuce Weil
100 chuins, thence south 40 ciiuins to tiie
point of commencement, uoiitiiinlliir Ot'1
acres, more or less. Located Uotobor Tlml,
Locution No. R. CommetictiiK nt a post
marked A. Krskine Bmitn's N. H. corner,"
plnnted on the went bank ofthe said West
l-'ork. utiont ten miles north of the suid
iiortlierly houndnry of snlil Lot '.HVM,; tlieiin
-inith 80 chnins, thnlice went HO chains, *lieii''i
Tiortli 80 ohains, thenceeust 80 obulns to thr
point of oommetloemeut, eontaiolii;.*- «(■'
acres, more or loss. Locuted 2Krd ilny of
October, 1007.
Location N<>. 6, Com men ping at a i>ost
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N. E. corner,"
plunted on tho west Imuk uf the suid Weil
rot'Ki ubout nine miles uorth of tiie  north
ho luryof suid Lot  IMS&;  theme 80 ciiuins
south, theuce 80 chuins west.thencu 80 chniiih
north, thenoe 8)1 chnins east to the point of
eommencemuet, coiitainititf '-40 acres, more
or less,   Locuted 2;ird day of Octolier, 1907.
Locution No. 7. Gotnmeiiaiutt at a post
murked "A. Erskine Smith's S, W. corner,"
■limited on the west bank of the suid West
Kork, about la1*,- miles north of the north
boundary of said Lot86WtthOtioe ion chains
<*ast, theuce 40 chain* north, theuce 100 ohains
west* thenoe 40 utiuins south to i lie point, of
commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or loss.   Located Wthof Oetober, 1007.
Location No. 8. Ooiiiincucing nt a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N, W. corner,"
planted ou the enst bank of thesaid West
ini-k, ahout \V: miles north of the north
boundary of suid Lot :.o:i.'>; thetico Pin chain*-
eust, thence 40 chuins south, theuce 100 chains
west, tuoiicc 40 chains north to the point
of commencement, contuiuiin-c 640 nores.more
or less.   Located 2!.th October, 1907.
Locution No. 0. •'ommoiiciiij-; nt a post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's H, E. corner,"
i lantoil on the east bunk of the said West
l-'ork, ubout 10 miles north of the north
boundary of suid l-ot S6H5i thenoe 40 chuins
oast thence lOOchnins north, thence 40chains
west, theuce 100 chains south to the point of
commencement, ooutainimr 610 acres, more
or less,   moated ISth Octobor, 1007.
■Dated at (irand Korks, H.C, this Ifith day
of November, 1007.
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, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Kose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Curnii, West Fork	
Salty, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Proyirlcneo, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylnrk	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Lust Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Buy, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylnrk	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous -.	
shipments of  Boundary mines
1907   Past Week
608,429      12,887'
.   6,314
Total, tons  1,158,991
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter  828,879
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
Total treated.
    1,168,121    1,110,860
Authorlzed r— SHARE-.—, Paid    Total to    Latest      Per
Name of Company.             i'apltal.   Issued. Par. 1906.      Date.      Date.   Share
Granby Coiisoll.lated-Coppei*.. $ir.,UOO,000     llB.llOO f.100 -.1,6211,(100 13,968,680SOptrlBOl  *>3.l-0
Pnrlboo McKimiey-Uold     1,850,000  1,250,1100    |1           SleWKeh. 19114     .04
Providence-Silver.       200.000       31000     *.'. 10,000        S9.22I Sent. 1906     .60
U.C. Copper-Copper'     3,600,000   1503,000     f.3         2l.l,2iHI jsopt. 11HI.     .40
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