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 Ltgi.lxtiye Whr.ry
hinth Year—No. 48
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, September 30, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
rst Annual Fall Fair Will
Be Beady on Scheduled Time
IThe official opening of the
st annual fair ever held in
e Boundary  country   will
fee place at the skating rink
this city at 2 o'clock on
aesday afternoon, October 4.
lie opening address will be
blivered by Martin Burrell,
'.P. for Yale-Cariboo, one of
Jading authorities on horti-
iltural subjects in the dominion.
t Every detail in connection with
be first annual fall {air and poultry
how of the Grand Forks Apricul-
oral association will be completed
ample  time for   opening next
I'uesday morning. The carpenters
re now putting the finishing
buches to the large skating rink,
rhich has been altered and greatly
tnlarged,and when it bas been prop-
rly decorated and tbe exhibits are
i place it will present a picture of
tttractivenesB such as bas never be-
ire    been   seen  in   this  section
the  province,  and    one   that
idsitors from afar will feel repaid for
tourneying to witness. In addition
o thia building, the directors have
Also decided to use the large curling
■rink for exhibition purposes, tbis
step being deemed necessary on account of tbe large nuniher of entries
^recently made.
Over $1500 is offered in prizes,
besides a large number of special
prizes. In the latter class are two
gold medals, two silver cups and a
number of other valuable prizes for
fruit, while in the poultry department there are eleven medals, a silver cup and nineteen other special
I prizes. The poultry exhibits will
I be handled by the officers of the lo-
. cal poultry association. Tbe provincial government ib doing everything possible for the association,
and Mr. Edwards, of Victoria, has
been appointed judge of this department. He will also render the local
ollicers any assistance they muy
require in arranging the exhibits.
The fruit and vegetable exhibits
will undoubted excel anything Been
in this section of   the  province, as
Gentlemen's driving race—Prize,
Running race, 1 mile heats, 2 in
3--First prize, $75;Becond, (.25.
Slow horse race—First prize,
#_,M>; second, $1.00.
Gentlemen's saddle race, ^ mile
dash—Prize, $15.
Pony race, \ mile dash, 14 hands
and under—Prize, $10.
Cowboy race—Prize, $5.
Entries free; three horses to start
or no race.
Baseball for championship of tbe
Boundary; $25 for expenses for each
team coming here to compete for a
silver cup for annual competition;
cup value #50.
Sports in the city—
Tug-of-war— Prize, $25.
Men's foot race, 100 yards-
prize, $5; second, $2.50.
Fat men's race—Prize, $5.
Boys' race, under 16 yeare-
prize, $i; second, $1.
Boys' sack race—First prize, $2;
second, $1.
Boys' race, under 12 years—First
prize, $2; second; $1.
The Poultry Exhibit
Editor Evening Sun.
Victoria, Sept. 25.—At your
coming fall fair, where I understand the pountry show will be a
special feature, I am arranging for a
special poultry exhibit under the
auspices of the department of agri
culture.   We all realize that Grand
eats of the residents of that district,
as well as in the interests of the industry itseif.
For Bome time past the Grand
Forks Poultry association has done
a great deal to encourage the
industry, and I must say it is very
encouraging to note the way they
are taking bold of matters. I shall
endeavor at all times to assist the
local poultry association, as well as
the many residents of your district,
in live stock and poultry matters.
One of the beBt ways of teaching
the public improved methods in any
line of work iB by example, and one
of the moBt effective means of taking
educational matters to the public is
through the medium of the fall fair,
consequently I have arranged for a
poultry exhibit which will be on exhibition at the poultry show Octo-
ber 4th and 5th.   This exhibit will
Plana for the New Provincial
Building Arrives in
the Oity
The planB of the new provincial
court house, for which a temporary
grant of $20,000 was made at the
last session of tbe legislature, arrived in the city this week, and may
now be seen at tbe government
office. They were drawn by W
King, architect, of Revelstoke. Tbe
tenders are to be opened on tbe 25th
of October,
The building will be a two-story
structure, 53x65 feet, with a base-
ment that projects four feet above
the ground. The material to be
used will be brick, with stone fac
ings. The main entrance will be
from Winnipeg avenue, with a side
entrance on Fourth street.
In the centre of tbe basement are
located the cells, a wide corridor encircling them, and around the walls
are tbe janitor's and caretakers
quarters, heating plant, fuel store'
rooms, etc. The offices of tbe gov
ernment, sheriff, road superindent,
etc., take up the first floor, while on
the second floor will be located the
court room, barristers'  room,  jury
rooms, witness rooms, library, and
Forks district is  specially   adapted ^dgtj,B privalfJ wota
for poultry  raising, and aoytKSg^-^jj^^^^^ haB beB„
that can be done to encourage this
important industry is in   the inter
pressed by certain parties with tl
arrangement of the rooms on the second floor. The court room is in
one corner of the building, and hus
only a 12-foot ceiling. By placing
the room in tbe centre of tbe build
ing, with the other rooms around
the walls, it is claimed tbat a much
higher ceiling and better light effects
could be obtained. The dimensions
of the room are also said to be loo
small. Another iuult found witb
tbe plans is that the basement does
uot project far enough above ground.
If ii would rise six feel, instead of
four, a more imposing building
would be tbe result, say the critics.
National Apple Show
The world is going to be influenced largely in its opinion of the
horticultural resources and possibilities  of   Canada, and [more particu
larly of the province of British Col-
consist of properly fed and dressed umbia and of the Pacific Northwest,
poultry,  which has  baen properly
packed; also broilers, dressed ready
the products of the Kettle valley' ,or marketi There wiu be a few
rancher have gained an enviable i egg8_8e|ect8) Nos. 1 and 2, white
reputation for excellence in compe- and btown 8hel|8i in proper fillers in
tition with tbe farm and orchard
products of the world.
For a new organization, the agricultural association is in splendid
financial condition, having over
$3000 to its credit. This sum has
been made up by a government
grant of $851; subscriptions from
the people of the Kettle valley,
$1890, and 351 members of the association at $1 eacb.
The following is the program of
the races and athletic sports for
Wednesday, October 5th, the second
day of the fair:
At the race track—
Free for all trot or pace, 1 mile
bests, 2 in 3 —First prize, $100; second, #50.
Green trot or pace, J mile heats.
cases. Also there will be on exhibition different mashrs, which are
used in feeding poultry. The whole
exhibit will be well illustrated by
sketches, and we shall also show
properly balanced ration for laying j boused
bens, and include exhibits of grains
and mashes for poultry feeding. Tbe
dressed poultry has kindly been
supplied by Mr. Luke Pither, of
Victoria, wbo is operating an extensive plant here.
Anything which your paper can
do to make this feature of the show
one of merit, and to attract tbe attention of the public to this important matter, will be much appreciated. M. A. J m.i.,
Live Stock Commissioner.
by what is to be seen at the first
Cnnadian National Apple Show, to
be held at Vancouver October 31st
to November 5th, inclusive, and the
world's judgment is not going to be
a disappointment for the exhibition
promoters, because any and all districts which are growing apples will
be represented at the big show.
Tbe great apple exhibition will be
in  tbe  Vancouver  Horse
contest, and box exhibits. The show
ring is 75x199 feet, containing |
nearly 15,000 square feet. The exhibits will be arranged around the
ring upon an incline of 45 degrees,
having a perpendicular of about 12
feet and 12 feet base. This arrangement will give a continuous
display of 12 feet wide, 12 feet high
and approximately 450 feet long,
and will have the appearance of
veritable cascade of apples, having a
fall of 17 feet without beginning and
without end, whicb with the beaut
ful colorings of the king of fruit will
present a scene never before equalled
in tbe history of the world.
Completely surrounding the show
ring are tbe spectators' gallaries,
having a total seating capacity of
3000. A splendid and remarkable
feature will be that every portion of
tbe exhibit can be seen from any
seat in tbe galleries.
Within the charming circle of the
apple hosts will be stationed upon a
raised platform the 48th Highlanders' military band of 48 pieces, the
most famous band of Canada and
one of the leading bands of the
world. This most musical organization has been Becured by the
management exclusively for the
Canadian National Apple Show at an
initial expense of $5000. The band
will come direct from Toronto to
Vancouver, and will return direct to
Toronto without playing concert engagements at any intermediate point.
Tbe appearance of tbe band in full
dress Highland costume is certainly
(-ther^saest attractive military band
in lhe world. It stands today preeminently Canada's favorite band,
unequalled by any other band in its
special line of entertainment, and
under tbe brilliant leadership of
Bandmaster John Slatter will always
maintain its reputation and live up
to and fully sustain its standing
"second to none."
Children's Services
Knox Presbyterian church Sabbath school held their annual children's service last Sunday forenoon,
the superintendent, D. McNevin, assisted by the scholars, carrying out
the program issued. The address,
What the King Expects of His
Subjects," was given by A. S. McKim, and Mr. Hay led the praise.
The secretary reported 109 scholars
and teachers on the roll, and 52 on
tbe "cradle roll," making a total of
161. The church bad been beautifully decorated for tbe occasion by
MisB Kerman. The amount collected, $11.05, bas been forwarded
to headquarters at Toronto.
Residence Burned
Johnstone Cup  and $100
Prize Awardec to Grand
Forks District
Late Wednesday night at Nelson
it was announced that Grand Forks
bad been awarded the district exhibit prize, securing the Johnstone
cup and $100. Tbe award is said
to have been popular with tbe people at the Nelson fair. Mr. Simpson, tbe judge, awarded tbe exhibit
from this city nearly the full number of points possible. The fight for
first honors was between Grand
Forks and West Arm districts. The
latter won the cup last year, but
this fall Grand Forks proved too
much for tbe Nelson district and
carried oft the first prize by a comfortable margin of points.
The tenth ordinary general meeting of the Granby Consolidated will
be held at the company's branch
office in New York on Tuesday,
October 4th. The most complete
report on the financial and physical
conditions of the property ever
made by the management will be
submitted to this meeting.
Martin Burrell, of this city, member of pftfliauient for YaJw-Carihoo.
officially opened the Nelson fair on
Wednesday last. His address on
this occasion was made in his happiest vein, being a bistoriette of the
fruit growing industry in southern
British Columbia, and laudatory of
the orchardist and his healthful occupation. HiB speech is well worth
A meeting of the board of trade
was held in the board os trade rooms
on Monday evening, when matters
appertaining to an advertising pamphlet were discussed.
The Great Northern bridge across
tbe Kettle river at Cooper's ranch
was set on fire by sparks from an
engine on Sunday night, and it required four hours' time to extinguish the flames. It was not damaged badly enough to interfere with
Tne new city team arrived from
Alberta on Saturday last. It appears to be satisfactory to the city
About 10 o'clock on Wednesday
night fire was discovered in the
basement of Wilford Baker's resi-
debce, neur the eastern approach of
the Fourth street bridge in the
Kuckle addition, and un alarm was
,,. ...     .   .,,. T"   phoned to the cily, bui owing to the
Show association building, near the •, __._____._iij      , i     —       ""'
north entrance to Stanley park, and d,8ta"l:e lbB fluame8 bad S'uncd 8Ui;l1 company has, approximately, •260,-
a large temporary structure covering be,ldwa>' *he" lhe ?ep" ™?Dt 000 in its treasury. This includes
all of Alberni street for a distance of ^hed the scene   that the building ;amounte (lue for copper deUvered_
Mrs. Frank E. Lathe, nee Mi«s
Annie Smith, will receive for the
first time since her marriage on
Tuesday and Wednesday, October
IK and 19, both afternoon and evening, und thereafter on the first and
third Wednesday of eaeh month.
The   Hritish  Columbia    Copper
a block.   The buildings will have a wa8 ennr^ d«*royed.    The t°'al but not coppervin transi..   Were the
grand total of 98,040 square feet of, "»s on building and furniture Is «• latter also included the total would
floor space limated at about $1800, partly cov- be   incrett8ed   to 8:ioo,000.    When
„, , i ered by HiBUrunce.    1 he lire spreaa .. ,     ..,,.•. _w_- ,
The public will have easy access to wilh  'BUch  mpiditv that oa{y an the company has $500,000 in actual
the buildings, which will be reached armful of clothing was saved of the cash the management proposes to
by   the  Pender, Hobson and Davie household effects.  The origin of the place the stock on a dividend basis.
street car lines nre '8 unknown.   Mr. Baker recent-1 	
The big arena of the  horse show J^g*"* the h0UM fr°m ^,    Wa  0. Manly, daughter of  Or.
building will be used to display the j '  '■ and Mrs. S. H. Manly, of Republic,
The Granby Consolidated earned I district, limited twobox.two-barrell,      The man who trusts no ono doesn't and Clifford C. Hedger,   were  mar
2 in 3 First prize, $60; second,$25. I $4 per shnie last year. two-basket,  two-jar aud   two-plate know what disappointment is. ried in Republic on the 19th inst. ®bp lEbfttutg £>itn
Published at Grand Korks. British Columbia.
(i. A. KVANS
Editor and Publisher
A IIIp of tb!s paper oan be seen nt the office
of Me^rs. K. A J. Hardy A Co.. 80,81 and 82.
Fleet Street, B.O.i London. Bnglaud, free of
charge, and that firm will be trlnd to receive
subscrii-tioim and advertisements on our be«
One Year  ...   ..     MJJQ
fine Year (in advance)  LOO
Advertising rate* furnish*.] UO
LevnI notices, III arid .". ri-iil« per iinn.
Address all eommiinleatloiti to
Thk Kvbninh Sun,
Phonb B74 QbandFobkb, B.O.
Province of British Columbia,
Corporation of tlie City of
Grand Forks.
I, Fred Clark, Mayor ofthe
Municipality of tlie City of
(irand Forks, hereby declare
Wednesday, October 5th, 1910,
a Civic Holiday.
As witness the Official Seal
of the Corporation of the City
of (irand Forks this 23rd day
of September, A.D. 1910.
Fred Clark,
Thk success of the Grand
Fork's annual fall fair, which
opens next Tuesday, if it is to
be judged from an artistic
viewpoint, or by the number, variety and quality ofthe
exhibits, admits of no doubt.
It remains with the people of
the city and surrounding
country, however, to say
whether or no it shall also be
ri financial suscess. Wc feel
confident fti;u> tho \ieophvof
the comriiuirity have sufficient
local pride to give the enterprise Lite patronage it deserves.
Early grapes.   J. D. Honsberser was
awarded four first prizes for apples in
the box class, one first for Damson
prunes in the basket class, one second
for Damson prunes in plate ulars, one
first for Rome Beauty apples, one
first for Red Cheek Pippin apples, one
Becoild for Sulome apples, one second
for 20-oz. Pippin apples, one second
for Pall Pippin apples, and one first
Pull Pennain apples.
A. R. Oandoll, local agent of the
Great Northern, lias been transferred
to Spokane, and will leave for that
city next Monday. Mr. Crandell will
be succeeded at this point by Ml'.
Godfrey, of Springdale, Wash.
In order to provide visitors to the
city during the fair with as much
amusement as possible; the ollicers of
the agricultural associetion have decided to give a pubic dance in the
opera house on Tuesday evening, October 4th. First-class music will be
furnished, and people who enjoy this
class of entertainment are assured a
pleasant time,
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would he
pleased to met you.
Knox Presbyterian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7:.'I0 p.
m.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:45 a.m. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. Rev. M. D. McKee, pastor.
Methodist Chuboh, Hev. Schliebter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
land Bible class at 9:45 a.m. Tne
EpWOI'th League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Everybody will be welcome.
Baptist Ciiuhoii, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Bible
class and Sunday school   at L':30 p.m.
James McArdle left on Wednesday for a business trip to .Spoknne.
He may visit Ed'nonton before returning home.
Miss Lucy Irwin, proprietress of
the Cottage hotel at Danville, left
last week for Bunker Hill, III.
Thk orchardists of the Kettle valley are doing their share
to advertise this city and district. Their triumphs at the
Nelson fair is the best kind of
publicity work.
Thk cup and prizes won liy
Kettle valley fruit growers at
the Nelson fair will make attractive displays at the Grand
Forks fair.
Spokanft Fair Opens Monday
The seventeenth annual Spokane
Interstate fair opens Monday morn
ing, October 3rd, and closes Saturday night, Octoher 9th. Visitors to
the fair this year will hardly know
it, as a result of the great external
improvements that have been made.
A large sum has been expended in
beautifying the grounds and in
building alterations. Open spaces
have ben. converted into inviting
lawns, and all walks and drives have
been freshly rolled and so liberally
oil, d thut' diisVw.V. be decidedly
conspicuous hy :!s absence. Hundreds of comfortable seats have heen
located at frequent intervals ahout
the grounds. The vaudeville stage,
twice as large as last year, will be
illuminated by twenty flaming arc
lights, in addition to which two
powerful search lights playing upon
the infield from two new grandstand
towers will turn night into day. A
free day nursery, in charge of women
who manage the Spokane City Day
Nursery, will be provided, where
mothers can leave small children in
safe hands while seeing the fail.
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, Sept. 29.—Silver, 5%
standard copper,$11.75@12.10, dull.
London, Sept.29.—Silver, 24 11-16;
lead, £12 ils 3d.
Bicvci.es and Repair Wohk—A
complete line of 1910 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. W. Cooper, Winnipeg
A Dollar  Goes a
Long Way
when you buy" your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beer, mutton, lamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
business honestly upon
and give the best you can get anywhere. Our meats
are tender and delicious—our poultry fat, fresh and
tender, and our hams and bacon fit tor a king at
It should not be forgotten
tlmt the man who owns un
acre or two of land, and improves it, is of more benefit to
a community than the man
who holds a thousand acres
for speculative purposes.
SCALED TKNDKKK addressed lo tlm under-
Mgiied, and endowed "Tender fnr i*x-
uinimng Warehouse. Vancouver. '. (.'.," will
be received at this o.Iic until i.iki pin., o i
Wednesday, October -6, 1910, forthe construt •
Lion ot* an Examining warehouse, \ an-
isouver, B.C.
i'liins, specific.it inn and form of contract
cun be seen and forms of tender obtained at
the Oltluf nf Mr. .Joseph UreeuHHd, resident
architect, Winnipeg Man.. Mr. Win. Heuder*
auu. resident architect, riotiria, U O., at Lhe
Post Olliee, \ uiicuiivcr, aud at thin Depurt-
in ut.
Pits mis tendering are notified that tender*
will u*t be considered unless made on the
piilited form supplied, aud signed with their
actual signature*, st .riii'.: Iheir occupations
aud places oi lesldcuce. Iu the cane ol lirms,
the actual slguatUi ,i .c • utureoi ihe ocottpo-
tluil and place of residence nf each member of
lhe thin must be ..M'  .
Each tender muat be accompanied by an
accepted cheque ou a chartered bank,
payable to the order of the Honourable tlie
Minister of Public V\ orks, equal to ten per
cent (IU li.c.) ol ihe amount of the tender,
willed Mill Im forfeited if the person ton-
deriUf: decline to enter into acoutract when
I culled Upotl to d» •■"»>, or fail to complete the
work contracted for. li the tender be not
■ nu*>t<ip,u.i t Um tlip'iat. w-it. bfrtOtVPWld **■ —
1 noVjfoart'biefit dues nut bind itself  to ao-
c(j|ri i.  fluwinrt or any under
By oid'T
Snap it (Juick
Why'  not get   a
permanent picture
of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
have: a camera
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line.
& ecu-
City and Suburban
List week The Sun wus the recipient of u email copper medal,
struck from material obtained from
Lord Nelson's famous flagship, the
Victory. Accompanying this wns a
notification from Alfred Hall, of
Toronto, that it hnd been decided
to oiler copper shields made from
this almost sacred material to all
public schools in thc province. Tbis
is made possible by the generosity of
Lord Strathcona, who once more
has given cause foi Canadians to appreciate his many services to his
country, which he so ably represents
at tbe heart of the empire.
Besides winning first prize for the
best district exhibit at the Nelsen
fair, Grand Korks exhibitors carried
oil a large number of first and second
prizes. Martin liurrcll returned to
the city this afternoon loaded down
with six first prizes—five for apples iu
the plate class and one for Campbell's
Holy Trinity Church, Henry Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, 8:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will be celebrated at
the 11 a.m. service as well as at 8
a.m. Weekday and special services
as thev are announced  from  time   to
__Qparlmeni ol i'ui lit- •■ ot,,.
OiThh-h. September 21. lllllt.
Newspapers   will nut   be paid for thiB ml.
vt-rti .fluent if tl„:y insert it without authority Irom the Department.
The Key to the
If you are looking for a situation
a Classified'Want Ad. It the key
which will unlock the door to the
private office ofthe business man.
Ho Is too busy to Interview all
promiscuous callers, but you ean
catch his attention and secure
an appointment by a "Situation
wantad" ad.
EEDLKWORK wanted tn do (it home, Cull
on Mrs. Win. Keron, Seoou 1 ttreet.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on   envelop*
"Tenders for the Uonstrueilon "f  Nelson,
]'•('. Kille Ituuge." and addressed tn thu
Seoretary ofthe Militia Council, Headquarters,' ittawft, will he received until noon, tlm
15th October, tor the construction of a Rifle
Kungc at Nelson. IJ.0.
Plans nnd ipeoifloatlnni muy he Heen. nml
full Infornmtiei) obtained nt tlie ollices i f tlm
District Officer CominniidJiu: Militiiuy his
trie' No, U, Victoria, B.U., the Director of
Engineer Servioes, HendnuartPri. Ottawa,
and the Officer Commanding luiind Regt,
Nelson, H.C.
Tenders must he made nn tlie form supplied
by the Department, and accompanied hy  an i
accepted cheque,  <n   u Canadian  chartered
hank, for Id percent of the nmount of ihe ten*
der* payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of Militin and Defence, wnick
amount will he forfeited if tbe party tender*
llll decline to enter into a contract, hi nc-
aordaiioe with the tender,
I'he Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender
Itep'y. Minister of Militia and Defence.
H.Q. 18-115-8.
Department of Militin aud Defence.
Ottawa. Uth t'pptember, 1910.
Newspapers Will not be paid for this advertisement it  they insert it without authority
fioin the Department.
GOOD PASTURAGE for cattle close to city:
safe fence: ubnmlnee of feed.   For terms
1 apply to John Hammer, Fourth of July ereek.
WANTED-Situation aa janitor or bartender.   Address W.   J.,  lienem!   Delivery,
Grand Forks, It.C.
l    fjrd
\ DVKKTISING SPACE in The Sun.tbe most
i   widely read newspaper lu theKettle Val-
rVPEWRITER -Oliver;   new.
I     office.
Apply  Sun
FHRBK   BOTTLES cold  Nelson  Beer   50c,
I     I.ion Bottling Works,
BARN AND HOUSE—The Forrester bam, 3
lots aud bonne, in Columhia.   Apply J.H.
Plath, Box 10.
I AISOE MOTTLE Port Wine 7.)c,   Lion   Hot
L   tlinj,' Works.
)7>X17.> PT. LOT between
Second add Thi d streets.
jnHt above Judge Loamy'i
ami R.GaW i planes; M»p-
ttrtitf rto,jiii ji|: other properties by 20-ft,
lane: as lartte n- seven or elan! ordlimry lots.
adjoining lot* are worth $lfiQ; would mnke
nice homei with sufficient irrmiud for chlek-
ens. fruit, warden und lawn; moat desirable
[ocation in city.
85 ACHES  ti'ljohiltiir
city limits on   smith:
14  acres  cleared: 150
, fruit trees; new four*
room house: hum for six horses; horse,
biiKcy. double harness and farming implements.   All for jiiiJOO.   Easy terms.
und three lots within
one block of business
„ centre:   lawn,  shade
trees, fruit trees, berry bushes, lnrije garden.
U ill also sell furniture of hou.se if desired.
One-half cash, balance terms.
A Shipment of
Anti-Splash Filters
Ever-Ready Cigar
Winnipeg    Avenue
ll-j miles from town;!
7-rooin house, plastered; large huugyshed, |
      - _    woodshed;   160    fruit.
trees, 70 bearing; 2'y' acres strawberries, i
gooseberries, currants, riisiiberric): fice from
irost: the hest location around Grand Forks;
plenty of good wuter; fruit and crop included.
Met ween 3 bud 4 acres
iu West end of city;
first class soil, nil un-
a der cul ivntlou; small
house, woodshed nnd outbuildings; welt nnd
pump; unod fence. '1'bls I.s a sucrilicc, as own-
er Is ahout to leave city.   Terms.
—gSOOOcash, bal-
uuee terms. One
ol hest hotels In
„ the business feu
■e of Qrand Folks; now doing a profitable
business; owner desires to remove to the
coast. This Is the hest bargain lu this part
of the province, as there are but seven hotel
licenses In thc'irand Forks, '"ity Is growing
rapidly. No other town in southern Hritish
Columbia bus as bright future ptospeots.
For further information re
gardiug tlio above properties
call or address
2,500,00 feet of commercial
timber on property; $500 hewn
log hou_e; North Fork runa
through land; Kettle Valley line
survey crosses property; deed
clear. $875 cash, balance terms.
For further particulars apply
Tale Land District, District of Similkameen.
TAKK NOTICE that Walter Gory, of Bran-
1 don, Man,, Occupation Fiirni'T, Intends to
apply for pel 'million to purchase the follow
Inp described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south boundary of Lot MIS. anil about ten
chnins north of the N.W. corner of bot 747 ou
Hiy Sheep ('reck; tbeilcc west liin chains;
thence Hoiith 4<>chuiii-; tbence eust *U chains;
theuce north jo chnins; theuce eust 80ehaius:
thence uorth Jn chain* to pofut of commence*
WALTKEtOEKY, Applicant.
Hv .J. It  Craiiatmi, His Agent.
Dated    this 12th day of March, 1910.
LAND   Pin acres jrood timqtby land.   Apply
this otlice.
PACE for udvcrtlsiiig   purposes   in  The
PPEC1ALOLD PORT *1 per gallon.   Lion
Bottling Works.
Our Special
Cabinet Photos
Now is the proper time to have your photo taken.
Tho only opportunity you will have to obtain them
this fall will be when
The well  known Vancouver Photographer, next visits
Grand Forks, which will be on
»     MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th
M^ Cabinet Photos for $5.00.
** Blome's Old Studio, Bridge St. THE
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is'a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geo'ogv, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a praoical book, useful
to all ami necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the ooppes
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by tho everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
Buttercup Ice Cream
Our SODA FOUNTAIN is now running full swing, antl we
can give the best satisfaction as to QUICK SEUVICE
Special Prices on Ice Cream for Garden Parties, Afternoon Teas, Etc
I Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
It lists and describes 4636 copperI'•""I*,'." I""'1; r"r,.'"..   .
. , .       ,,        I r „ the roUowujgiflesoribetl laiiai
Ynle Land DtitHot, District or Similkameen.
TAKK notioe that I, Agueis Ellen PnuNon
of l.n_*l__li<l.
mines anrl companies  in  all parts of
Many bank clerks have temptation
'«. c., aocitpntlon widi in-  thrown in as part of their salary,
nr piTniissiiui to purohafto i
Women hang the offerings  on   the
two lines to sixteen  ptij
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the fai'ts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
a lm_t    iiluiitwl   nt thu I i  .   - , ,
•unci Miller's Pr>«mg| altar of sacrifice; men claim the credit
neas of everything because he  himself
is bogus.
^         (lomineimlTi'ir nt
the world, descriptions running  from  SfX UUl¥s"nWo™*rtl.inoenorih  ,     .,
aecordini! Muhoiim: thence we>t 20 ohainsi thencelouth  tor it.
20  chtiliis;   thenee  wp-t   40  chnliit.:   thenoe . .     ,     .     , ,
south 80 chains! thenee enst «o chains to tiie I     A smart aleck doubts the  genuine
point of commencement. ^■^■m
J. K. Cranston, Agent.
Dated May llltli, 1001.
Yale Lnnd District, District of Similkameen,
TAKE NOTICE tbat I,Thomas Henrv Paul-
I    son   of  I'hiiImhi, tt. (.!.,   occupation Merchant, intends to apply ror4ii permission to
rpi0. . ' ."",,     i      ,    -      .■     ! chant, intends to apply  Tor   permisfUi
lhe investor needs* the book for the purchase the following described lunds:
Commencing nt a pout planted about l
chains northeast of the northwest corner of
facts it gives him about  mining, min-   '.CpmmenoftijTat'apOTt planted about «lxt?
ing investments and copper statistics. Milier'a pre-emption, Lot  inns., on Deep
T-t      ,    ,     ■      .   ,,. . Creek: thenoe east 40 ohains: tlmuce north
Hundreds ot swindling companies are 40 ohainsi thenoe west Hlohalns; thenoe nortli
,.\niw(..l in nlnin   I<\.„li_l. 8°   ohiilns;   tlieiidii   west   40 ohainsi    tlienne
exposed in plain Mglisn.     , sooth 80 ohainsi thenoe ea»t 20 ohnlusiihenoe
Price is S5 in  Buckram   with gilt ,onlh40ohaL'["„tSM,|'VS,Dj0Sr.if'Sn8el1*'
top; 81.OU in  full    library   morocco. J. tt.Cranston,Agent.
     •                  --                  -                       Dated Mny nth, 1910.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete Stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh Consignment of
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
Yale Lnnd District. District of Similkuineen,
TAKK llOtloUthatSt'UI C. Junes, of Coleman,
Altu.,   oeetipilitoii Miner, intend* to a|>-
I ly tor perinlsiuou t<> purchase tho following
ilesriilu'il iami's:
' oniiiiHtielii   ut  u  post   planted   ubout   80
ciiuins   eust  of tlte southeast   corner of  I ot
II lit.-., uu I u>i'|) Creek, und on the south side of
the West Koolenn Power A Light Company's rigi t of wuy; thenee west nloni* the
W. K.P. & L. Co.'s right of wuy 60 chains;
thence Booth 80 chains: theuce eust tin dialim:
thence north 80 eliains to the point nf cum*
STAN C. JONES, Applicant.
J. il. Cranston, His .Went.
Duted this Hit Ii duyot April. 1010.
(Published Annually)
Enables traders throughout the world to
commuiiicute direct with English
in each duss of goods. Besides being ii complete commercial guide to Loudon nnd Its
suburbs, the directory contain.. Hats of
with the Goods they ship, und the Colonial
and Foreign Markets they supply;
arranged under the Ports to which they gall,
and indicating the approximate Sailings;
of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, e'e, iu
the principal provincial towns fuel Indiistriti.
centres of the United Kingdom.
A copy of the current edition will he for
warded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal
Order for 208.
Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise
their trade cards ior £1, or larger advertisements from £3,
25, Abehuroh Lane, London, E.C.
A new tot of latest designs of pro
gram and menu cards Just received at
The Sun job office.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,   bun Job Olliee.
Hotel C°^n
Opposite Great Northern Station
Recently completed and
newly furnished throughout. Conveniently locuted
for railway men. l-'irst-
clu^s accommodations for
transients. B Q a r a a u d
rooms by the week at prevailing rates. Bine Hue of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always in stock ut the bar.
Grand Forks, B. C.
A hud dime will worry some men
more than a bad investment of thousands,
Show cards for widnowa and inside'
are a fine form of silent salesmen, j
Make tliem brief, terse  and  pointed.   _ -
Print them  plainly, to be read at a Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
When most people can afford to do
a thing it takes most of the pleasure
out of it.
A man who is willing to confess he
wrong   wouldn't  be  if he   really
thought he was.
Some men spend so much time
hustling that they haven't time to accomplish anything.
To the man who is color blind, it
doesn't matter much whether his
wife's hair is auburn or red.
The only thing a woman can enjoy
more than making a miserble about
her is making  herself  miserable, too.
When a perfectly healthy man   im
agines he is sick, the chances are that
he   feels   more   miserable   than if he
really were ill.
A man thinks he is practising economy when he gives up smoking four
15 cent straight cigars a day for six
at two for a quarter.
A man marries a woman to carry
all her burdens for her, and what happens is she spends all her life tiying
to keep him well fed.
Even when a man knows a girl is
just flirting with him he can act as if
he had lost a bet on a horse race when
she sends him away.
A man always has a clearer conscience when he telegraphs a lie home
about being detained by business than
when he telephones it
The average man proposes to a girl
with about the same cttlmness he
would go to his execution, antl it's
pretty much the same thing
If a man plays a game of dominoes
with the children he tries to give an
impression downtown the next day
that it was a game uf poker at the
club with a $10 limit.
IN TRB MATTRB of the Land Registry Aet
and In the matter of the title to Lot IT.O,
(iroun 1. t'soyoox Division, (now known ns
Simllkumeen) Division of Yale District,
Hritish Columbia
WHBKKAS Certificate of Title of Patrick
Torrlon. being Certificate of TlUe No.
8704a, to the ahove hereditaments has been
lost or destroyed, an application tuts been
made to me for a duplicate thereof.
Notice is hereby give!) that a duplicate Cer-
tiflentf of Title to the above hereditaments
will be issued at thc expiration of one month
from tlie dnte hereof, unlem In the meiintinu'
valid objections to the contrary be made to
me Iti writing.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.
Kamloops, B. C. Sept. 7,1010.
Hot Air, Lone Pine and Lookout Mineral
niiiims. situate in the Qrand Forks Mining
Division of Tale District.
Where located: Iu McKinley camp.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Fred W. Reid, Free
I Mliierfi'Certificate No. B26J5SI, for myself
and as agent for J. w. Cook, Piee Miners'
CertiH-ate No. B26260, and A. L Whiteside,
Free Miners' Certificate No. K18856, Intend,
sixty davs from the date hereof, tn apply to
the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvement, for the purpose of obtaining
Crow u il rants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section '•>"., must be commenced hefore the
Issuance of such Certificates of Improve*
Dated this 23rd day uf July, A D l'.Hd.
Railway Belt of British Columbia maybe
homesteuded by nny person who Im the head
of n family, or any mnle over eighteen years
of nge, to the extent of one-qilurter section
of ISO aeres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at the local
laud office for the district In which the laud
is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions coiu.e__.ted therewith under
one ofthe following plans:
(1) At least six mouths' residence upon aud
cultivation of the land iu euch year for three
(2) If thc father (or mother, If the father is
leceased), ofthe homesteader resides unon u
farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,
tbo requirements us to residence may be satisfied by siieh person residing with tbe father
or mother.
Ct) If the settler bas bis permanent resi-
lence upon farming lund owned hy him lu
tbe vicinity of bis homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the said laud.
Six mouths' notice   in writing should  be
iven the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottuwa of intention to apply for patent.
Ooal—Coal mining rights nmv be leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI.OO per acre. Not morethan
2,560aores shall be leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of live cents
per ton shall be collected on the merchantable eoal mined.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.R,—Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
June  Mineral   Claim, situate In the Grand
l-'orks Mining Division of Yale District,
Where Located:   In Brown's Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that 1, Albert B. Savage, Free
Miners* Certificate No. ttll'JU, intend, sixty
days from dnte hereof, to apply to the Mtbltig
Recerder torn O tlflcate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the
above claim
And further take notice that action, under
section :t7. must be commenced before the Ibbu<
Alice nf such Certllleate of Improvements.
Dated ut (fraud Forks. B.C., this 4th day ol
June. A.D. 1910
■■ w -.^S>rf*M\**^,,f*9ft^<^. fytf»)*fa**Mmi*i*tr*r»aw*v.
ssagPSr r^lkMJ	
The 8tar attraction of the Spokane Interstate Fair, the one big feature
which the management expect will brjng the largest crowds to Spokane the
week of October 3d, Is the Curtlss Aeroplane. This marvelous flying
machine Is the same one that won so many prizes in Los Angeles last
winter, the one that made the successful flight from Albany to New Tork,
and also from New York to Philadelphia and return.
The contract which the Spokane Interstate Fair management hae made
with the Curtlss Company of Hammondsport, N. Y., calls for a payment at
approximately $1000 a flight, and under the terms of the agreement, the
Curtlss Company are to send two complete machines and their most expert
aviator. At least four or more flights are to be made every day of the Fair,
October 3 to 9, and the machines will also be on exhibition on the ground*
at all times.
Following are the locations, cer-1
titillates of work, lulls of sule, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the (Irand
forks mining division, from September _M lo September 30, inclusive.
Robinson, McKinley ci.iii|), Lauretta Morrell; Morning Star and Diamond, Gloucester camp, Holm et al.
Monogram, File Mines, S. J.
Miller; Elizabeth, Summit e.imp, re-
location of Georgia, Enoch Moore;
Gold Bug, Franklin camp, Henry
One half of Ruby,  Burnt Bisin,
John McNeely lo 11. F. Slow.
One-eighth of   YankeeJBoy  and
Furniture   Mnde   to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done,
r. McCutcheon
Prims more live Boundary news than
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ any other paper published in the
one-fourth of Franklin, Burnt Basin, Itlistriet. The price of Tun Sun is
John IS. Singer to 11. F. Slow. only SI.OO per year—one-half theeosl
 .  of its competitors.   Tiik Sun is never
'Ihe ladies of Holy Trinity onurch on  the  fence regarding questions of
r «i     vi*    _   i.  .   ,"     iii      n   n .,     imblie   interest.      Till:   Sl'N   is   ac-
ol the \\. A. brunch   will seo   cun- '        ,     , ,        ,   . ,
,,     .   . . knowleuged to be one of the brightest
dies, fruits and nuts and serve tea in I p(Vper!j p°ub|il)hed   in  the intei?iorof
the exhibition building, Tuesday t|le province. Those who subscribe
and Wednesday, October 4lb and and feel dissatisfied, wil) have their
5th, afternoon and evening. \ ""»»>>• refunded by calling at theoffica
.  of publication.
Tiik Evening Son and theToronto
Weekly t J lube and Canada Fanner,
81.0U per year iu advance.
Tnk Evening Sun, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and the Montreal Family Herald
unci Weekly Star, Sli.OO per year iu
im, ance,
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
Receive both Ladles am) Gentlemen a* rent-
dent or dny students; hut a complete Com.
merolal or Business Course: prepares stu-
dentsto i-iiln Teuchers' Certi.lci.tes of nil
prudes: gives the four years' course for the
II. A. degree, and the first year of the School
of Science course, in affiliation with the To*
ronto University: tins a special prospectors-
course for miners who work In B.O, In.trlle-
tioli Is also given In Art, Music, Physical Cul*
tore and hlocution. Term opens Sept. II.
Mot.,   Kor Calendars, etc., address
From eight to ten people are now
employed at the (jrauil Forks Fruit
Growers' association's packing
Davtd Whiteside left Wednesday
for Victoria, where he has been appointed to the position of chief
registrar of lands in the attorney-
general's olliee.
SEALED TRNnBKS, lupenorlbeil "Tendon
forCmirt-lloiue trawl Porta." will be
received by tlte Uuiiotmhle thn Wniiter 'tl
Public Worki up to noon ou Tuesday. iti«
'fltbd'iy of October. 1910, forthe erection
uml completion of i brlekauditouebulldluR
'it '.rami Ptirki, tt, ''
Plnn't Specification*, Contract, and Pormi
of Contract mat bo wet) on and nfter the 34th
dayof September, 1910. at the office i.i tbe
(loverntneiit Agent, Orand rortti, itnrl the
Deimnment >f Public Work*, Victoria.
Knell |ii"|.>>.:_i mi.-! be aco > mean ted hv nn
ft< pied Imuk absque <>r certificate nt tlopoilt
on n ehartered bank "f C utadn, mn lu naya-
bla to the Honourable thf Minister of Public
Works, for tbo sum of W.000. which •], .m \,„
foi felted if thu party lendoHiur declliu to
ont •: into contract whon called npoti i" do mi.
or if tn.1 full to complete th" work nontrooted
for.  Therheqi rcertlfloa'a* of deposit ol
unsuoressfu) tenderers will be returned ta
thetn upon tho oxei'iitlon of the contract
Tenders will not l> ■ cou*tdorud unless made
• niton tbe tonus supplied, signed with the
i'l'tiiul -iirmunn- of tho tenderer, and en*
closed in tlio envelopes furnished.
1 Up lowest ur any louder uot necessarily
PuMlr Works Kiiiriiivpr.
Department or Public Works,
Victoria, b. 0 . <0pteniber2Oth, 1910.
Tub Sun* is roud  by ^^^^^^^
uauttti ii 1'iinU ull tlie Boundary news   Sun job office
We curry the most fashionable stuck
>f   wedding   stationery in the Boun-
lary country, And we are  the only
I office in   this   section   that   have  the
rybdy  bo|correct material for printing it.   The
. We Give Away
Absolutely Free of Cost
The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain
English, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V. Pierce, M. I.).,
Chief Consulting Physician to the Ir 'alids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, a book o 1008 large pages and
over 700 illustrations, in strong pat ir covers, to any one sending 31 one-cent
stumps to oover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for SO stamps.
Over 680,000 copies of this complet Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth
binding at regular price of $1.50. A ?ervrards, one and a half million copies
were given away as above. A new, ap-to-date revised edition is now ready
for mailing. Better send NOW, before all are gone. Address World's Dispensary Mimical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y,
THE QNEJREMKDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enough
that its makers are not afraid to print on its outside wrapper its
every ingredient.   No Secrets—No Deception.
7M'K ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol and
no tis hit-forming drugs. Made from native medicinal forest roots
' :' Well established curative value.
Kettle River Lumber Has
Made Over   20,000
Fruit Boxes
shotgun while out hunting crmifp
near the .Skylark mine last Sunday.
The wounds are not supposed to he
of a serious nature.
The Kettle Rivt Lumber company has manufactured over 20.000
fruit hoxes for the Grand Forks
Fruit Growers' association, J. D.
H uisherger and other orchardists
this season. In a few years, when
all the young orchards come into
hearing, the manufacture of boxes
will become an important industry.
Geo. Chappie, who recently disposed of his plumbing and bicycle
shop here, returned to the city from
Spokane on Tuesday evening on a
business trip.
The Granby smelter in this city,
with only four furnaces in commission and a greatly reduced force, is
said to be making almost as much
copper at present as when the eight
furnaces were in operation.
to tlie boundary line, where it will They make you irritable and cranky,
connect witli a line leading to tbe you worry about trifles, and you can-
Houndnry Falls smeller. The tram-. nut, sleep soundly at night, you have
way will be five miles in length, and' bad dreams, and you get up tired in
construction   work  will  be started i the morning.
this fall.
.1. L, Manly states that he is busy
formulating the details of his irrigation project, and that he is making
satisfactory progress.
An informal farewell  dance   will
be   given  in   honor of Misses Edna
and   Ethel   Curran  and  Olive and
„T        .,          .     , Madaline Stendal   in  Laurier hall
Niwman   Erb, president   of   the ...   _,„_..•     , ,  ,.      ,r.„. ,
.' ' this evening bv  the   nllicum and
British Columbia  Copper company Baoh(j)or QMe, ^
and vice-president and chairman  of 	
the   board   of the   New Dominion Three carloads of apples  will  be
Copper company, now controlled by shipped to Australia this fall hy the
the former coporation,   is expected Grand Forks Fruit Growers' associa-
to arrive in the Boundary this week tion.
to i ersonally inspect the companies'I    „    .   __,
'      •      , r, i      j pl . '    Mart n Burre , MR, J. D. Hons-
properties at Greenwood and Phoe- ,
berger and Ihomas lowers left on
Tuesday for the Nelson fair, where
The report that the Granby  Con- they are in charge of the Kettle val
solidated has taken a lease  od   the ley district exhibit.
Cliff   mine   in  the Rossland camp
has heen confirmed by local officials
of  the   company.   The Granby  is
now said to be   reaching  out  for
properties in other localities.
Alton Matheson, of Phoenix, a
youth of sixteen, wts badly wounded by the accidental discharge of a
A. Bowlins, manager of the  Dan
ville   Mining   company, is  making
preparations to open a general store
at Danville.
Indigestion Causes It—Mi-o-
na Will Cure It
If you have indigestion, you don't
get all the nutriment out of your food
you should.
Your worn out stomach passes the
food on without extracting enough
nutritious substance to supply the
blood and nerves.
And if the nerves are not supplied
with nourishment, they begin to rebel.
They   kick   uo a great   disturbance.
Try Mi-o-na tablets.the money back
cure. Mi o-na will cure your nervousness by driving out thi! cause. Mi-o-na
will give you relief the lirst hour. It
will cure acute cases in a few days,
and chronic cases in a few weeks.
I'elcbing of fjas, heartburn, sour
taste of food, watcrbrasli, bad breath
and other dyspeptic systams vanish
before the mighty power of   Mi-o-nn.
Try Mi-o n i. Woodland it Co,
sell it and will refund your money if
it doesn't cure, and only 50 cents a
large box.
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back.   Sold and guaranteed bv
Woodland & Co.
Bridge Street,
Ttie host and most
virlist.i_it_.il tire-|)ro"f
lmiMiuifii.thf Hrmti-
diiry coil n try. Recently aomplated mul
n e w l.v furnished
throughout. Equipped with all modern
electrical conveniences. Centrally locuted. tfirst-alnw ao-
oommodattoiiH forthe
ni veil iii}; publio.
Uot and Gold Baths
First-Glass Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
in Connection.
J. C. Stuttz has completed clearing the right of way for an aerial
tramway from the Lone Star mine
The following table gives the ore shipments of  Boundary mines
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix      613,537
Snowshoe, Phoenix       135,001
Mother Lode, Deadwood       208,321
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
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 Kork	
Rambler, West Kork	
Butcher Boy, West Kork	
Providence, (I reenwoi id	
Elkhorn, (Ireenwood	
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	
Republic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
Piut Week
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  841,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
TotalTreated      1,133,017     1,384,107
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.
-the kind wo do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on vour order. Wo guarantoe
1 he O'iver 1 ypewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please read the beadllne|over again. Then its
tremendous atunlftcanco will" lawn upon yqn
An Oliver Tyuowriter—the ntandarn visible
writer—tlu- most highly per. ted typewriter
un the market—yours (nr 17 cents    dny!
The typewriter whoae conquest oi the commercial world is a matter nf ntstore— yours (or
1" cents ii dny!
The typewriter that la equipped wfthsooretof
suoh conveniences as "I'he bulauuu Shift"""
"The Killing Device"—"The Double llolense"~
■Tlm Locomotive Base"—••.The Automatic
Spacer"—"The Automatic Tabulator"—"lhe
Disappearing! ndlcator"
—"ihe AilliiNtnblu Pft-
perFi._.,W-'-T!.<_ H.i-
emiilo Condensed Key*
board"—all • '•%
Yours for  17
Gents a Day!
We ntiounccd this
new sales plan recently, just lo fuel the pulse of
thu people.   Simply a small   cash   payment—
then 17 cents a day.  That lathe plan lu a nutshell.
The result has been such a deluge of applications tor uiiiriiiiii's thai we ure simply astounded,
The demand enmes from people of all classes,
all lines, all occupations.
Tim. majority oi inquiries has come from peo-
loot known financial standing who wore at*
traoted by the novelty of iho propos*'nn.   An
impressive demonstration nl' tin- Immense pop*
u larky of ihe Ullver Typewriter
A startling cnnflrinatlnn nf nnr belief that
the Kra of Universal Typewriting is ai hand..
A/Quarter of a Million People
are Mating Money with
■flje »_
The Standard Visible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter in » money-make
riglit from tlie word "gtfl" Bneasvto fun lhat
twitlunera soon get In lhe ''expert" olass 1'nrn
--you learn. Lol the mnehltie ray the 17 cents
and all 'above that 18 yours.
Wherever you aro, there Is work ... bo don.
and money lo !>.■ mode by nslim the Oliver. Th<
business world is oalllng lor nliv,.r operators
There are uot enough lo supply the demand,
rhelrsalarlos are considerably above those .'
inni.y_eins.ses of workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
.That is tho battle cry todoy.   ,\e havomade
he Oliver supreme in usofiiluenand absolutely
Indispensable lu business. »„,,- comes the cm
quell of the home,
Tbe simplicity and strength ofthe Oliver lit It
rar family use.  li is becoming an Important
factor in the home traliilm. of vnoug I pie.
An educator as well as a money maker
Our new lolling plan puis the Oliver oil thc
threshold of every home In America. Will vou
Close 'he door Of yonr home or olliee on this re-
marpable Oliver on"-.-.
Write for further details of our easy oiler ami
a free copy ol the uew Oliver catalog.   Ail.rcs!
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of;
lots Cream and Summer Drinks,
Palace Barber Shop
■or Honing a
Kaior Honing a Speoialty.
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
NiMl.O! company.
Granby Consolidated-Copper...$15,01)0,000,
CarlbooMeKlnuey-Oold.'",..'.    1,250.000   1,«M,0W
Prcivl.leiice-Sllver         '   200000       81000
Con CopSr^Cower............    8,000.000   .808,000
Authorised ^-bha«eb-^      Pnld   Total to   Latest     Per
rnnitiil     Issued  Pnr.       1006.       Dato.      Date.   Share
""'■ --1-      185.00(1 11*   *1,620,000 18,508,680 Dec. 1008 »3.00
$1             540,88. Feb. 1604
*r,         16.000        88,224 Sept. 1006
|5         201,200 Sept. 1907
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Door North of Granby Hotel,' \
First Struct.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
KurilKitKiHti) Bros., Props.
60  YEARS'
Tradc Marks
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketcli and description may .
Quickly ascertain onr opinion free wuctber an j
Invention la prohshly patentable.   Coniniunlca-
llnnsstrlcllrc-iiunchlUL HANDBOOK on I'ateou
sent free, ulrtosl ayency for securluffjpatents.
Patonta taken tbrousti Munn * Co.rec«ln
S5.r ui notice, wlihoutohinte, tntn*
Scientific Himrican.
'-recklf.  Li_.n_.i_st clr-
journal    Term* fur t
A handiomalr illustrated weekly.  Li_.n_.i_st dr* '
Silmmil of any MltauflO journal    'l'tirm* for t
.Hindu, $ImB n your, fostaiio prepaid.   Bold hy |
  wa tc_
mint ion of any flrioniWojoi
Janailu, rfl.75 n "
■11 newBden'c:«.
Mc fts If et. Waahinitoo, D. a


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