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Sun.
Seventh Year---No. 15.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. February 7, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
CEDIO CAPTURED
Italian Who Blew Up the Canadian Hotel at Niagara
in 1906
round in Salt Lake City After
Long Chase—Caused Death
of Louise King
A dispatch from Salt Lake City,
Utah, in the Spokesman-Review
last Saturday, stated that Francisco
Cedio, the Italian charged with having blown up the hotel at Niagaia,
near this city, on November li*',
1906, had been capturned in that
city, and had made a full confession.
He is reported to have said that he
used 100 pounds oi gunpowder in
the blast wnieh wrecked the hotel
and killed the holelkeeper's daugh
ter, Louise King, besides injuring a
number of persons. He was taken into custody by a local officer, accompanied by Wm.Devitt,chief constable
of the provincial police. Jealous
fondness for the landlord's daughter,
accentuated by drink, prompted
Cedio's crime. His escape from
. Niagara is said to have been accomplished in a load of hay. He traveled from state to s.ate, hoping to
chide the vengeance of the law. He
had remained unmolested in Salt
Lake City for nearly a year, and was
taken so completely by Burprisethat
he made no effort to deny either bis
identity or hi., guilt.
Chief Devitt, of Nelson, learned
some time ago that Cedio had been
seen or heard of in Spokane, and be
went to that city some days ago. He
did not (ind Cedio in Spokane, but
got on his trail and following that
found his man iu Salt Lake City as
stated. It i.s understood that Cedio
will waive extradition, and will
come back to stand his trial at
Greenwood for wilful murder.
The Italian was known as Frank
Painblanc. On the books of the
railway contractor he was F. Agilio,
but his real name was snid to be
Francisco Cedio, the one he now
gives.
A synopsis of the account published nt the time of the explosion
states that ou November IS, 1900,
an appalling crime wns committed
at Niagara, ten miles north of thi.**
city, where un Italian laborer, now
known to be Cedio, who hud been
working on the grude of the Kettle
Vulley lines, broke into the powder
magazine, 'ii.il for purposes of re
vengi*. apparently, took two orthree
oases of powder und secreted them
in the Canadian lintel, the license of
which wus belli by lilunchett, and a
uiuii named Peter King conducted
the house.
Between 9.80 und 10 o'clock at
night a .errilic explosion took pluce,
wrecking the building, setting lire to
the debris, und doing ghastly damage.
King, his wife und Louise King,
an 18-year-old daughter, were standing together at tbe time of the explosion. The girl wns literally blown
to pieces. Mrs. King had her hand
severely burned, but otherwise escaped without serious injury.   King
been put to bed drunk by King just
before rhe explosion, was badly
burned, and another Italian had
five ribs fractured. Nine other persons were more or less injured.
Some idea of the teriflic force of
the explosion may be gathered when
it is stated that logs a foot and a
half through and 20 feet long were
thrown a distance of 100 feet from
the wrecked building. The bed
clothes in Louise King's room were
blown to an adjoining building,
which ihey set on fire.
Chief Devitt will bring his prisoner to Nelson and he will be lodged
in the provincial jail until the next
Greenwood assizes this coming
spring, when ho will he taken to the
Houndnry for trial for the murder
of Louise King.
Cedio was'indicted along with
Rovello before the grand jury Inst
spring, and he can now be brought
to trial without any preliminary examination.
The feeling against Cedio in this
city is still very strong, aud the general opinion appears to be thai
hanging is too mild a punishment
for his crime.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Metre System for Lights in
Hotels,  Boarding  and
Rooming Houses
City Sues Yale-Columbia Lumber Company for $1200
Damages
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at
this port, makes thc following detailed report of the customs receipts
at the various sub-customs offices, ns
reported to tbe chief office in this
city, for the month of January:
Grand Forks $2,056.15
Phoenix  2,256.8**
Carson       75.80
Cascade        09.81
Total '..$-1,468.68
Mining Stock Quotations
New Youk, F. b. 5.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.
Granby  95.00
Dominion Copper     2.12*J
B. C. Copper    5.00
Bid
85.00
1.881
4.75"
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, Feb. 5.—Silver, 55.}-;
electrolytic copper, 13 jf @ 13 jj
London, Feb. 5.—Lead, £14 12s
6d; silver, 2%
CITY NEWS
team in the lire bull, and the teamster should sleep; the large striker of
the fire alarm system was practically
useless at present; the small' striker
was nil right.
The application of tho city electrician for two weeks' leave of absence was grunted, provided he furnished a satisfactory substitute.
Aid. Clark gave notice that at the
next regular meeting he would ask
leave to introduce an electric light
rate bylaw.
The council then adjourned.
PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT
At a meeting of the Grand Forkl
Rochdale Co-Operative Association
Limited, held on Monday, the *'lnl
inst., the following ollicers were
elicied for tho term commencing
January 31, 1008: President, 11.
11. Spinks; vice-president, J. X.
Curriej treasurer, M. L. Coon; seoretary, I. II. Stephens; trustees, M, II.
Burns, C. Wolfram, J. W. Walker,
L. Burton, F. Gnllapeau, F, liirola;
alternates, C. J. McKenzie, II. Crosby, H. Hanson, (I. Krnnkovitch.
E. Boyd, who hns been in charge
of our esteemed load contemporary
for the pnst two months, has severed his connection with that paper
and gone to the coast. Mr. VV, H.
M. May succeeds him as editor of
the Gazette.
J. S. Jost, local manager of the B.
C. Telephone company, is visiting
the winter carnival in Rossland tbis
week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. \. F. Mackintosh returned last night from their
wedding tour to Spokane.
The regular meeting of the city
council was held in the council
chambers Monday evening, Mayor
Ftipp, Aid. Clark, Miller,McCallum,
McArdle, Rutherford and Woodland being present.
A communication was read from
the deputy attorney-general in reference to the charity patient sentto the
hospital in this city from Laurier,
Wash. The writer pleaded ignorance of the whole matter. Ordered
filed.
A communication was read from
the secretary of the Union of B. C.
Municipalities, stating that the annual convention would shortly be
held in Nanaimo, and that the attendance of a full representation of
delegates was desirable. Ordered
filed.
The report of the fire chief for the
month of January was read. After
giving a list of the fires during the
month, the report stated the present
method of heating the school house
was both dangerous and antiquated,
and recommended thnt it he improved. The report was referred
to the water and light committee,
with instructions to report.
The city solicitor madp an exhaustive report concerning the agree
ment between the city and the Kettle Valley lines, and the points at
present in dispute concerning a siding near tbe courthouse. Mr. H,
W. Warrington, of the Kettle Valley
lines, was present, and stated that
the company's counsel was unable
to be present, nnd asked for a postponement of the matter until the
next regular meeting, which was
grunted.
Mr. Sutton also reported that suit
hud been commenced against the
Yale-Columbia Lumber company
for *?1200 damnges to the First
street bridge. The case would come
up for trial ct the May assizes in
Greenwood. Mr. Sutton reviewed
the negotiations between the city
und tbe company. At firsi the company wns inclined to admit liability
for damage to the bridge, but finally
hud flatly refused to assume any responsibility. Latterly, however, tho
company hnd evinced a desire to
make a settlement.
Thc solicitor also reported that the
case of Robert Mcintosh against
thc city, for $50 for inspecting the
Fourth street bridge, would be tried
in this city on the 20th inst.
The chairman of the finance committee reported that the committee
would meet on Monday, the 17th
inst.
The chairman of the water and
light committee recommended that
eleetric ligbt metres be installed in
all   hotels,  boarding and rooming
Following is the report of the Grand
Forks pnblic school, as compiled by
Principal May, for the month of
January:
Mr. and Mrs.   H. W. Warrington
will leave next week for their Ore
Kn
Ac-
Arer- Percent
rolled.
ual.
age.
age,
Division 1.
it)
584.5
34.17
85.42
Division 2.
48
749
37.45
87.09
Division 3.
38
587
29.35
77.24
Division 4.
44
771.5
3.S.57
87. (ill
Division 6.
50
748.5
37.33
74.(i(i
Division G.
41
■142
32.10
78.2!)
Division 7.
35
51U
25.57
73.0(1
Totals...
291 4(i92
234.54
80.59
1907	
289
0
4274
228.74
78.80
Difference.
417*
6.80
1.79
NEWS OFTHE CITY
rami-*
Kettle Valley Rifle Association Will  Secure Some
New Ross Rifles
C. P. R. Adopts a New Method
of Keeping Consignees
Posted
Caught and Liberated
Last week a young man of 24
years of age, hailing from Wallace,
Ida., put in a few days in Taylor's
logging camp. After working four
or five days, he asked for his time,
which he was given, and he left.
The next day, while the men were
at work, he returned and rifled the
camp. The articles stolen consisted
of a new suit of clothes, a pair of
patent leather shoeB, a pair of rubber
shoes, a valise, underwear and shirts.
The total value of the goods carried
off is said to bave amounted to
about $50. The next day he was
apprehended at a hotel in the Wesl
end. He was brought before the
police magistrate, pleaded guilty,
and was turned loose. The men in
the camp feel quite indignant over
the outcome of the case. They
think that this kind of thieving
should be put a stop to by making
an example of some of  the culprits.
The annual meeting of the Kettle
Valley Rifle association was held in
the city hall lust Friday evening,
January 31st. The reports of the
various ollicers showed the association to be in good shape, comparing
favorably with the other organizations in the province. Some of the
new Hoss rillcs are to be procured
for the use of the members during
the coming year. The following
ollicers were elected: Captain, I. A.
Dinsmore; secretary. S. T. Hall;
treasurer. J. S. Jost; executive members, G. M. Fripp, Fred Reid, K.
Spraggett, W, H. Dinsmore and G.
Frankovitch.
Dominion Copper Officers
The annual general meeting of
the Dominion Copper Coinpany,
Ltd., was held on Wednesday of last
week ut the oflice of its solicitor,
John D. Spence, in Greenwood, and
the following directors were elected
for the ensuing year: Warner Miller,
Leopold Herrmann, II. II. Melville,
A. M. Wickwire, John M. Shaw,
Samuel Newhouse, C. J. Cull.. The
board stands practically as last year,
with the exception of Mr. Cull, who
is understood to represent the Eng
lish shareholders in the coinpany.
Tho ollicers of the company will
likely be the same as last year,
namely: President, Warner Miller;
vice-president, II. II. Melville; secretary-treasurer, Leopold Herrmann;
managing director, Samuel New-
house; consulting engineer, Maurice
M. Johnson.
A new system of keeping consignees advised of the movements of
carloads of freight intended for them
is about to be adopted on the C.P.U.
lines. Heretofore it has been the
custom when a carload of freight
was considerably overdue for tbe
consignee to apply to general freight
agent, who would send out tracers
to locate the car. This, however,
involved a great deal of labor on the
department and a greatly increased
expense in telegraphic service. By
the new system the consignee will
be advised whenever his car arrives
at a divisional point by a post card
sent from the agent there. Thus on
a carload coining from Winnipeg to
a merchant in the Boundary, advices would be sent from Broadview,
Regina and Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Cranbrook, etc., and the
trouble of telegraphing would be
done away with. The new system
will not apply to consignments less
than carload lots.
More Power
The South Kootenay Power company is sending more juice eighty
miles over the mountains from Bonnington into the Boundary, now
that the Granby company has from
houses, and the council authorized i 800 to; 1000 men at work.   Other
the committee to purchase the noc- demands  in  this section are coin-
him-telf escaped without being hurt, gon ranch,   where they intend toiessary metres.   The committee"also'paratively small at present, but will
but  uu   Italian   laborer, who had spend several months. I reported in favor of housing thc city grow larger a little later.
E. II. Vatlgban, who hns hndconV*-
siderable experience in mining camps
in all purts of the world, and who
has been employed ill the assay
oflice of the Granby smelter for a
couple of yenrs past, left on Wednesday evening for London, Eng*
laud. Mr. Vaughan will sail from
Halifax on one of the C.P.R. Empresses on the 24th inst.
Married—On Saturday, February
1st, nt the home of the bride's sifter,
Mrs. Jeff Davis, by Ifev. W. C.
Scbliehler, Thomas A. 1\ Mackintosh, of tbe Granby oflice staff, to
Katherine Macdonald. Thc couple
left on Saturday for a short wedding tour to Spokane. On their rc^,
turn they will take up their rerW
dence in thc Jackson house, which
Mr. Mackintosh has purchased.
Married—On Thursday evening,
January 30th, at the Mcthdist parsonage in this city, Mr. Ernest Crawford to Miss Maggie Graham. Rev.
W. C. Schlichtcr performed the
ceremony. The couple will reside
on the North Kork.
R. H. Carley, of Nelson, was a
visitor in the city last Saturday and
Sunday. ®ljf lEtmtmg &\xn
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FRIDAY, FEBRUAY7, 1908
own water system, which   produced
a revenue of S5400 for last year.
Another duy wus given the discussion of the Japanese question in the
federal house lust week, and nothing
new was elicited excepting tlio statesmanlike utterances of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier that when the action of the
government is known in British Columbia, when it is properly understood, wben they know of tho effort at home."
which the government made to bring
about the result which they want to
havo brought about, tbey will be satisfied that this result has been attained, not by hostile legislation, but
by friendly conciliation. The object
of the opposition is to keep this subject in a ferment, whereby political
capital may be made in tbis province,
but the lofty utterances of the prime
minister will more than offset anything they can do in this connection.
arise in his place and repeat arguments advanced by their leader, Mr,
Borden, and their sub-leader, Mr.
Foster. They advance no orignal ideas,
add nothing to the general information on the mutter under discussion,
but they read letters und papers that
have been read before by a preceding
speaker, and their speeches are made
up of copious extracts from documents
which have already been 'quoted to
tho house. How sueh un aggregation could ever expect to gain the confidence of the people of Canada is n
mystery. Either the Conservative
party has sent to tho hou'e of commons its poorest specimens, or the
party has not within its membership
enough men of intelligence to make a
presentable showing in the house.
Whatever the cause, those men who
have not been publicly discredited,
lack every qualification of intelligence
which a government must have on the I C.P.R. at Vancouver
treasury benches. Some Conservatives
may adorn the back benches and
vote automatically, but for any further uso they are to the people of Canada they may as well have  remained
Murdock Mclntyre has decided to
install a sawmill near Silica Siding,
a mile or two below Hartford Junction, and about two miles from
Phoenix by wagon. The mill will
hnve a capacity of about 20,000 feet
daily.
Frank  McFarlane   returned   last
Saturday   from   the   North    Fork
country,  where he has been doing
some trapping.    He brought down
'■ a few lynx, fisher and minks skins.
The Twenty-one Mile house at
Dot station, near Nicola, was destroyed by lire lust week, and Dab
ton P. Mnrpole, the owner, perished
in the Humes. Deceased wns about
28 yenrs of age, nnd wns the second
Bon of R. Marpole, executive of  the
WeH
ave
For Sale
Horses
Rigs
The Royal Victoria Gold Minim
company hold their second meeting ii
Greenwood on Monday and again adjourned for one week.
RANDOM REMARKS
A highly unique marriage romance
was euacted in Spokane this
week. Half an hour befoie the ceremony was to take place an old flame
of the bride appeared on the scene.
He pressed his suit with such ardor
that the brldegroom-tu-be, who had
furnished the cash for the bride's
trousseau and the wedding ring, was
discarded, and a hasty marriage was
perfoimed between the bride at)d her
new-found lover. The victimized
would-be bridegroom is to be congratulated on his narrow escape. The
bride was an assistant to a "beauty
doctor," and is described as a good
looking dumsel—with both syllables
accented.
It is scarcely probable that the
people of Canada will allow the great
departments of the government to be
administered by men of the Foster,
Fowler, Bennett, Lefurgy and Reid
stripe. Some of theso political adventurers have been adjudged guilty of
speculating with trust funds illegully,
others of using their positions as members to traffic in western lands. Thev
aro ull proven slanderers.
Dodging duty  never brings success.
After the honeymoon comes  the
simoon.
Some   men   are born small and
others shrink.
Suceess is the result of beating the
other fellow to it.
Oratory is merely talk with its
Sunday clothes on.
Love will find a way—even if it
is only the way out.
Some dreams go by contraries, but
the majority don't go at all.
It is easier to secure a vindication
than it is to restore virtue.
It makes a difference whether
people say things or do them.
Every woman thinks sbe bas a
right to make a fool of some man.
There is mighty little fun in doing
tbe things we are compelled to do.
A man usually gets what is coming to bim wben the postman calls.
All the world's a stage and all the
actors try to monopolize the spot
light.
The aveiage man would rather
pay half a dozen grudges than one
debt.
If it wasn't for the fool and his
money lots of wise people would
starve.
We would never suspect how
smart some people were if they did
not tell us.
One man doesn't look good to another unless he has more money
than sense.
Occasionally a man is compelled
to stretch the truth in order to make
ooth ends meet.
People soon forget the good advice you hand them, but tbey never
forget the other kind.
It takes a woman graciously to
permit a man to apologize lor some
injury she has done bim.
It takes a woman to full iu love
with a man only alter discovering
that he isn't worihy ol her love.
Peter B. Nelson returned this week
from a trip through the Okanugau
and Similkameen districts.
The breaking of the ore crusher at
the Granby mines caused the night
shift to be laid off on Saturday and
two furnaces at the smelter in this city
to be blown out temporarily.
The Opposition
Our Ottawa correspondent sends us
the following as his estimate of the
opposition in the house:
"if the Conservatives in the Dominion house are a fair average of the
party, it is safe to suy that tbey will
never succeed to power. There is no
materM behind Mr. Borden which is
oftl.e slightest uso to bim or tbo
country. How some of the men ever
secured election is beyond comprehension, Upon ordinary public questions tbey ure deficient in knowledge,
As to Canadian history, they ure
dense and uninformed. Questions of
political economy nre to them un unknown quantity. They enter upon
debate without study, lucking information, without any experience, and nut
intelligence enough to make them- Andrew Waugh, who has been
selves understood. Upon a subject confined to his room for several weeks
involving legislative or general knowl- by a severe attack os. rheumatism, is
edge   they   speak  but to accentuate reported to be improving,
their ignorance.   They aro at  home j 	
only in scandal, nnd there they find : Greenwood's financial statement
themselves upon familiar ground. If ; for 1907 shows that thc city has a
any considerable number of the people bonded indebtedness of $S4,U00,
of Canada could spend a few hours in with a sinking lund of over .810,-
the  house  of commons, they would 000, the city having taken in  %V2,-
The police commissioners for the
city of Grennwood tbis year are
Mayor Bunting, Aid. Fleming and J.
L. Coles, and the license commissioners are Mayor Bunting, Aid. Sutherland Duncan Mcintosh.
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As we have a number of inquiries for $.4''')
small farms,  We expect a, number of fcgflj
buyers in (Irand  Forks  at nn  early -fslvjC
date.    If   you   have  farms for sale, 77.:.'-''
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The Rossland <vin ter carnival
opened with a grand masquerade at
the rink in that city on Tuesday
night. Wednesday evening thc hookey
tournament commenced, the match
being between the Spokane and Coleman teams, At half time the score
stood 4-2 in favor of Coleman, but in
the second half the Coleman team
went to pieces and the A merican
team scored at will, the final BOore being G-5 tn favor of Spokane. The ice
was in fair condition and tliere was a
large attendance.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81 per year.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
ANY available Dominion Lands within tin-
Railway Kelt of Hritish Columbia maybe
tiomerteaded by nny pemoti wiio is the head
of ii family, or any male over eighteen years
of aire, to the extent of one-quarter leotlou
of hill iii-M"-., iiKit-ft of less.
Kutry must in? made personally nt the local
land office for the distrtot in which thn lund
It situate.
Tlio I mm est ("filler Ih required to perform
the conditions ootinojtea therewith under
one of the follow in*.- plans:
(1) At least six months' reni-leiine upon nml
ulliviition of tiie Inml luoach yenr for three
yenrs.
i2) [f tho father (or mother- if thn futher u
deceased), of the hgmestcatler resides noon a
Some people reiUBU to   BOW  Heeds farm In the vloluitycf the land entered for,
,■ i ,    i .. , the retiuirometits as to residence niaybesat*
ul KUiaueaS ueeuusa they tear the re-; lifted by suoh person residing with the father
suit will bo u crop ot ingratitudes.     ' "^TOe -....tier has his permanent resi-
.    .....    ,u i    ..-.    i     ileuoo upon farming iwul owned by Mm In
As u rule, the limn who llnnks In; the vlefnltj. "1 lift lionn-ntead,the require*
is loo good to aBBOcinto with other H-lJi^w-wlra-ffiildl'" """"'""' "y
people lias u bard tnuu to lind   unv-     Six moilthr notioe in writing; ■honld be
i     ... . ... J      I'iv.'ii thp t;olnilii*.Hi.itirrol ll.iinlnli.il   LhiiiIh
Ojily to llSBOClUte with. , ,,t ottuwa of Intentlou to apply for patent.
. j   Coal -Coal mining rlghu mav be leased
1 here   lsn t   muuli   nope  for tbe •op fl period of twenty-one yeara at an an-
,     - ,.   . '-        . .        nun! rental of 11.001 tore.  Notmorethan
man who is unable to convince Dim- ajMaoret ahall be leaned to one individual or
Hi-lf t hut hi. imi'l hiKt n l.ti].. hit hat company. A royulty nt tiip rate uf Hve rents
Si II nidi lit; li-ii I just u llUlu lilt bet- , 1>rl. t,„, sl.i.ll hi. oolieotedon the merehant*
lor than his neighbor.
NEWS HEMS
I ulili' euai mined
W.W.COUY,
Deputy nf ttie Minister of tlio Interior.
'   N.B.—Unauthorized  publication of  this
! advertisement will not h** paid for.
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oMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF YALE
TAKK NOTIOE that Aiij**ust Johnson, of
Lynah Oreek, on the North Fork of Kettle
itiver, 18 miles nortli of the City of Grand
Forks, Yale District, Hritish Columhln, ooon-
patlon Hotelkeeper, Intend" to apply for permission lo piiri'lmsi' the followiiiff desertheri
landi GummenainK nt. a post planted at
Lynch OrCeh. abouteiffhteen miles north of
the Oity 0' Grnnd Porta, on thn North Fork
of Kettle Itiver, in ttieShiiHkumeeii Division
of Ynle DUtrict; tliencG north eiirhty uhultnt,
thence west ten cluiinti to tlio east hank of
the North Fork of Kettle Kiver.thetiee south
Soil.i.vinL! tl st Imuk or the North Fork of
th Kettle itiver eighty chains to a point due
west of the point of commencement, thenoe
enst Hftoon ohains to the point of commencement, nud containing one hundred acres,
more or less.
Dated the eighth dny of January, 1P08.
AUGUST JOHNSON.
LAND ACT
Slniilhnmeen    Lund    Hist rid.    District    of
Yule.
TAKK NOTICK that Samuel Horner, of
Grand ForUs, R.O., occupation a Uriekluyer,
Intend-)to apply for speeiul timher licenses
nv.T the follow iuu described lands, nil situ*
ute in the Similkameen Division of Yule Dis-
triet, Province "f Hritish Columbia!
Locution No. 1. Oommeneiug ut a post
murked "Sumuel Horner'!** Southeust corner,1
planted ahout sixty ohains west of McFarlane Greek, adjoining southwest corner of
timher limit No. 1MB8| theuce north Nlehuius,
thence WOSt 80 ciiuins, thence south Hli chaltis,
thenee  eitst  KM ciiuins to the point  of com-
meuoement, poutnluliig M0 aores, moreor
less    Located November tfth r.'"«.
Samuel Horner, Looator.
Location No. 2.   Oommenolng ut a post
marked "Sumuel Homer's Southeast coiner," planted about forty uhoiiii west of the
northeast oorner of No, 1 Loontlom thence
north 80 chains, thenee west 80 chains, thence
south -Hli eliitins, theuce eust HU clmlns to the
point of oommenoementi ooiitalulug Oln
acres, more or leu. Located November 28th,
10W
Samuel Homer, Locator.
Locution No. ii. Oommenolng  ut u post
mnrked "Sumuel Horner's Southeust cor«
ner," udjiilnlmr No. 2 Location Oil the north-
enst oornert thenoe north 80 ohains. thenoe
west H0 chuins, thenee south hli chnins, thence
enst HO chains to the point of commencement, contuiuiug liio ncres, more or letm.
Locuted November 28th, 1907,
Sumuel Horner, Locutor.
Locution No. 4. Commenclnjr at a post
marked "Sumuel Horner's Southeust corner," udjoiiiiiiLr No. ii Location oti the northeast comer; thence north 80 attains, theuce
west 8U chains, thenee south 80 chuins, theuce
east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 840 acres, more or loss, Locuted November 28th, 1001. Sumuel Homer,
L,n'utot
Dated tit Grand Forks, B.C.,   December IS,
!'""' SAMUEL HORNKH, Applicant.
We carry the most fashionable stoek
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
oflice in  this  section  that  have  the
correct material  for printing it.   The
hear one Conservative  after  another 000 in that year. The city owns  its' FIRST STREET      OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE S«n 3ob office-
Collection Agency
I purpose opening (in office for
the collection of accounts, adjusting of books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sale-* of Property Negotiated
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended to immediately Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
S. T. H ALU J. P.
Office
G.P, Telegraph Cimpiny Bridge Street
GRAND FORKS;
Milk  Supply Co.
PERCY ANDREWS, Prop.
Fresh Milk Delivered
Daily.
Leave Orders at Jeff Davis' Store
GALLAHER'S
(BELFAST AND LONDON)
AND (IKNUINB
Irish Twist Roll
Imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
|Je A. HENDERSON. G.B. 8 M.E.
B. C. Land Surveyor
Grand Forks, C. G.
P.O.BoxSll
Phone   85 SHAKE JT WELL
A Noted  Authority Gives a
Very Simple Prescription
Tells   the Readers   of This
Paper How  to Prepare
the Mixture
prefer, they will compound the mixture for them.
CHURCH StRVICtS
Now is the time when the doctor
gels husy, and the patent   medicine
manufacturers reap the harvest, unless  great care   is taken  to dress
warmly and keep the l'eut dry. Th s
is the advice of an old  eminent au-.
thorily, who says that rheumatism
and kidney trouble weather is here, j
and also tells what to do ill  case of;
an attack.
Get from any good prescription
pharmacy one-half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce Compound Knrgon, three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Mix by
shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful at meals and at bedtime.
Just try this simple home-made
mixtuie at the first sign of rheumatism, or if your back aches or you
feel that the kidneys are not acting
just right. This is said to be a
kidney regulator, and almost certain
remedy for all forms of rheumatism,
which is caused by uric acid in the
blood, which the kidneys fail to filter out. Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost.
Druggists in this town and yicini-
ty, when shown the prescription,
stated that they can either supply
these ingredients, or, if our readers
Knox Presbyterian Chuiich—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7 p,
in.; Sabbath school and 1'ible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
in. All are cordially invited; seats free.
.Methodist Ciiuuch, Rev. Sehlich-
ter.—.Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:00 p.in.; Sunday school
and Millie class at 2:80 p.m. All
are welcome.
BAPTIST Ciiuhoii, Hev. F. W, Auvache, pastor,—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
BioyotES ano Repair Woiik—A
complete line of 11107 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Quo. Chappie, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
A woman thinks it a disgrace if
her husband drinks and a man
thinks he is disgraced if his wife
won't let hiin drink.
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the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
readers hy advertising in any other
medium.
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Globe for $ 1 per year.
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T!ic Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record week by week uf all happenings in the Western Provinces.' lu
addition il litis sj .(J departments for American and Hritish settlers The Family Herald and Weekly .Star supplies the former resident of Eastern Canada with the news of the Eastern portion of the
Domini..n in detail, and the Grand Forks Sun provides the local and
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GRAND   FORKS   SUN;
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FIRES tiALIM
Pete De-Wild's House and a
Quantity of Grain Destroyed
Winnipeg Hotel and Fitzmau-
rice's   House  Scorched
by the Flames
Pete DeWild's log house, near
the Riverside nurseries, was completely destroyed by lire last Tuesday. About 400 bushels of oats
and a quantity of wheal, stored in
the building, were also consumed
bv the names.
At about 7 o'clock Inst Saturday
lire was discovered in the Winnipeg
hotel, and an alarm was immediately turned in. The department1
arrived on the scene before the lire J
gained much headway, and it was
extinguished with the aid of the
hand chemicals. A defective Hue
in the bar-room is said to have been
the cause of the blaze. j
One Man, One Vote
To the Editor of The Sun.
The premier has given notice that
the Constitution Act is to be changed
so as to add a cabinet minister. If
he had amended it so as to give only
one vote to each voter at the election
of the members of the legislature, it
would have been in the interest of
justice and fair play.
The idea of allowing a voter in
Vancouver the right to vote for five
members of the legislature is as glaringly unjust and so untair, not to
mention the temptation and encouragement thus given to bribery, that
the attention of the people should
be called to it now, when the act is
being an.ended, so as to have Vancouver divided into live ridings.
But if the principle is correct, then
let each voter in the province have
five vote-'. Why should a voter, because he happens to live in Vancouver, have five times as much to
say about the making of the laws
and about the spending of the
money in the province, as a voter
who lives in Grand Forks? Why
should such rank injustice be allowed to continue?    J. N. Mum.
That oar American forests abound In
plants which possess tho most valuable
medicinal virtues is abundantly attested
by scores of thc uiost eminent medical
writers and teachers. Even tho untutored Indians had discovered tho usefulness of many native plants before tho
advent nf thc white race. This information, imparted freely to the whites, led
the latter to continue investigations until
to-day we havo a rich assortment of most
valuable American medicinal roots.
*Cy       -5>       O
Dr. Pierce believes that our American for*
ests abewd In most valuable medicinal 1*00*4)
lot, the cuiS^f most obstinate and fatal dls-
>s. If w.*jvu**4d properly Investigate tbem;
lu**»rftiT*iHaf\;i pf this conviction, be
polrlw'wltb prta
rnrro i*r?..«i**l l.y »|)-J, "p..1.1-. ll,.rfl,..I n^.
■ ■..very," which has iirnri**i IKftf lo Is* I lie
1*****   ,.ffl..|,.nt   «i.,m...|i   nir.li*.  |lti*r  Invlgnr-
cleanser tau.wn lo nirfll.nl sejenee. Dyspepsia, or ucwesUonTloralS HveriTTunctlonali
and even valvular and other affections of
the heart yield Io Its curative action. The
reason why It cures theso and many other
affections. Is clearly shown In a little book
of extracts from tbe standard medical works
which is mailed fret to any address by Dr. R,
V. Pierce, of Hurrah). N. Y., to all sending
recucst for tbe same.
«Cy «^ <>
Not less marvelous. In the unparalleled
cures It Is constant!? making of woman's
many peculiar affections, weaknesses and
dlst/usslng dcrWl'ments. Is Dr. Pferce'i
attested
'stlmonials con-
-   ,-,-vc been
cured l.y It of catarrhal p<*lvl<* .].■;. i;.*,, |P
distressing uurSlH^ments. Is Dr. 1'
Favorlte*\PrescripOe*»Kas is amply at
by thousands ofyjj^jltQifr-ilteslimonla;
Irlbuted by\;-*£ITeful paT***m*.whohavj
prrin.Is, irmr.ilarilicsMTQlan
." 1       *" IBS*.	
ajiouof uterus and kindf
... ......*.. ....
disnlaeemen
Ig-flUli
A bird in the hand is worth a
dozen in the bush—especially if it
is on the back of a $20 gold piece.
'Tuesday afternoon fire was discovered in Win. Pitzmaurice's
house, near the Fourth street bridge
iu the Ruckle addition, and an alarm
was turned in. The department responded promptly, antl, aided by a
number of citizens, they succeeded
in extinguishing the flames before
they did any more serious damage
than to disfigure tho building by
giving it a severe scorching,
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
olliee in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. The
Sun job office.
The surest way to evaporate busi- [
ncss troubles is to give your stationery j
the necessary talking qualities by!
having it printed in a modern oflice j
by competent workmen. Tlio Suu
job olliee is tiie most up-to-date in the i
Jiouudary, and our workmen are ca-'
pable and of wide experience. This is;
the reason why we do the pt intiug for
the best linns and corporations in this
district.
We are still offering The Sun and
the Toronto Weeklv Globe and Canada Farmer for 81 per year in advance. The illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globe is worth
twice the money we ask for the two
papers.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,    bun Job Office.
The Sun and  the Toronto Weekly
Clboe forSI.OOperyear.
W. G. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
Ice Cr
nd  Su
Drinks
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER.   B. C.
Receive bowi Ladles and Gentlemen us resident or day students 1 has a oomnlete Com-
inerciulor Business Course; prepares students*^ ".'in Teachers' Certificates of nil
grades! elves the four years' .•nurse f..r thp
li. A. decree,mid tin. first year of the Sell...)
of Sqlflnoe course, in affiliation 1.1th tl... Toronto University; bus aspeeinl prospectors*!
course for miners who work in 11.U. Inslrtie-
llolt Is also given in Art, Music, Physical Culture  nn.I  lilociitlon.   Tern,  opens .Sept.l th
1900, For Calendars, etc . address
(JOI.IJMIIIAN   OOI.l.lillK.
PROVINCE
HOTEL
EMIL LARSEN. PROPRIETOR
lint ami Colli Bathi. Nicely KuruUhed
Stove*Heated Rooms. Entirely re*
furnished and reuovated throuj-'liout.
i?lrst.olas8   Ixmr-I by dny,  wpek nr
iiiniiili. Special rutr-i tu stcitil v hoarder**. American uml European ptani-.
Finest Mar iti City in Connect Inn.
BRIDGE STREET     GRAND FORKS, B, C,! First Stree t
uf
after'in any other aavertlseii aiudlciiies, and
physicians had failed.
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Both the a-Hj-vo mentioned medicines are
■wlK.1lvniu.> uj) from the f.'l.vrerii* L\lraeUs of
native, medicinal roots. The ■■ltjcrssr.s employed i" thoir manufacture were oniflnai
wltn l»r. pierce, ami ilny are carried on l.y
(■l-iMed elieiulsls and j.liarniaeists wit li llm
ail of Apparatus and appliances specially
deslRncd and lmili for tills pnruosQ. Both
medlcinos nre entirely freofrotn alcohol ami
nl other harmful, hablt-formlnff dm.."'. A
iu.i ii..i o'i ihelr IntfrediontB i-j prinu'l ou
eocii iwttle-wraDDOCj
R.L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
BRIDGE STREET
Cnriiets Cleaned nnd Laid,
Furniture Itepnired, Upholstered uml Cleaned, ami
other join*  in  the   hoitse-
-'li-'UTiiiitr line. Rubber Tires
fur Baby Cnrrlu-reH.
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
A. J. Stewart
HDRSE SHOEING
General Blacksinitliing
and Repairing
SIMPSON'S OLD STAND r"fi'SSoe,r"
R. G. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Snw
Filing,(lun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Boors nntl
Windows.
Grand Forks,DC
ELEVENTH   ANNUAL
WINTER CARNIVAL
T^
BETTER THAN EVER
Splendid Sport
Handsome Trophies
and Prizes
A Grand Program
From Tuesday Night
Until Saturday Night
k**
TRANSPORTATION
RATES
t
ROSSLAND
Under the Auspices
ni the
Rosslnnd Carnival Association
.1. S. ('. PHASER, PRESIDENT
Feb. 4 to 8,1908
Km' information apply to
A. B. MACKENZIE
Secretary mul General Manager
Hockey
Championship of British   Columbia.
Ski Jumping
and Running,   Championship
of Canada.
Snowshoe Races
Cham|tionsliip of B. 0.
Skating
Championship of the Province
Tobogganing, Curling, Bon-
spiel, Horse Racing and
Other Events
Masquerade (Dance \      '( \>t>"   '<imm-rti*h* J**^4,4T11E
V' ■'       ',   i*- ^-^ ,/ a*>4 letter mlil.or thru* oi!i«
' ft'**-Wdfar^Ll/ ni'ivemr-nt ft tlio-bmiy In oti'ry imnifi-
•tv.v" lljp ml  , nii'Ulf.\rl-. [ii;.isnt.."l ri'-l t.. rn-K-r
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Kfe;#\     Sim"* "
*;       • \   •   '',lS? Tlifl Most
VP
Bull Dotf Suspenders
STAHBAHnimcau'-iothfi** fit. tnjcause the** ront-ii
J better rubber tliim -iilmr mttkei,   -tlU-winr Wl., ..
In-.'.lll'.-i llicv  tiavc  (:■*!.!■!■ ','i
or turniih, dtkI i.-rii.i'..* thu eord
1*11 milpou.len, pMvcntlui thi
inylbf nn ii w»tlm through.
OUTWEAR TIfKKK ORfttKARY KINDS. WHICH HKANS
IU1BS THK EIERV1CB OV USUAL Ml CENT BORIS-
Tho Mmt C fontalilo Baipcnd-iri Mini*** foi* Mnn, Vonlh or Bny
In lMil.H.:ivyiiri:.lr'1ll.'.'1vv\V,.i;.'lils, KtlMl>.ii*-(N'iK-.trnCost)
S-en-Hllc, lii,,*4|.oniivo-iifl*i Kvory Mini mid ilny Will Utiully Hecoivo
FOH THE BEST  INSIST ON  MODEL B HULL DOQ SBBPBMDBBr,
IIEWES & POTTER. D«pt.
87 UbcoIu SI. Bostcm, Man.
I uiiful Ben. Prni Smrnun Cmid   *«n Cam tiinlB'I for 10o. po«U**f*.
Itnlructivo hiwiklnt.  "Stylo, or   How tn Dm Corrwtlj,"
tfoa ff you iiiiwi1i.il tlli» pulillesliun.
DROWN J RIVER
Philip Hobbs Breaks Through
the Ice in Kettle River
Near Cascade
Body Recovered Soon After
the Accident and Brought
to Vhis City
Philip Hobbs, a nephew of J. F.
Painton, of this city, was drowned
in the Kettle river, near Cascade,
by breaking through the ice while
crossing the stream last Monday.
Hobbs was a young man of about
18 years of age. He had resided in
this neighborhood for some time,
and was well known. The body was
recovered shortly after the accident.
The remains were brought to
this city for burial.
Splendid Entertainment
One of the best musical antl literary entertainments heard in the
Grand Forks opera house for many
months past was given by Messrs.
Rogers and Grilley, under the auspices of the 20,000 club, last Tuesday evening to a small but appreciative audience. Every number received an ovation, and the artists
smilingly indulged the clamor for
more. A. Conan Doyle's best short
story, "A Straggler of 'lo,'' wns
given a marvelous dramatization by
Mr. Grilley. His work is out of the
ordinary line of entertainers, being
decidedly original in every way, and
his selections were a feature long to
be remembered. Mr. Rogers is a
soloist of the first ranks, and his
numbers were enthusinstieully received. It is unfortunate that tbe
people of the city do not appear to
be very well acquainted with the
high merits of the entertainers furnished by the Great Western Lyceum and Musical Bureau, and refrain
from extending to them thc patronage which they deserve.
CITY NEWS
/<:-)>
We  Are Prepared If
TO DO YOUR
JOB PRESTING
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of (Stationery.
WE PRINT
Bill
Shi]
leads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business ami Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By-laws,
.ping Tags, Circulars and I'lnenrds,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements nnd Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
Good Printing—the kind we .lo—i* in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stoek and workmanship
best.    Let us estimate on your order,
an tee satisfaction.
Wi
of the
guar-
Evening   Sun
Job Department
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J. O. Burns, representing the
Northwest Mining News, was a visitor in the city on Wednesday, and
inspected the Granby smelter. He
made a tour of all the Boundary
mining camps, going from here to
Republic.
Richard Armstrong, of Chicago,
formerly manager of the Grand
Forks Townsite company, arrived
in the city Tuesday evening.
Robert and George Hutchison,
who came here to attend the funeral
of their late brother, returned to
their homes in Albert'i last Wednesday evening.
A report from the country says
that tho 19-year-old son of B. Jewell,
the well known rancher, died very
suddenly on Wednesday last, l^o
particulars have been received.
Fred Russell and John Temple
returned on Wednesday from a two
weeks' visit to the coast cities.
31j?£wnUt9§tm
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, Tiik Sun is never
on the fence regarding questions of
publio interest. Tiik Sun is acknowledged to be one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
motley refunded by culling at theoifics
of publication.
The Evening Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
$1.00 per year in advance.
Thk Evenino Sun. The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farm
er and the Montreal Family Herald
nnd Weekly Star, S100 per year in
advance.
LAND ACT
Similkameen Land   Division,  District of
Yale.
TAKE NOTIDB that A. Brakine Smith,  of
Grand    Korks,  Ur it i sin ('-ilnmliiu,   ocdlipa*
tion n Broker, intends ta apply for a speoial
timberlloenae over the toiiowlnjj described
lands, all situate in the Similkameen Division
i.r Yule District, 1'iovhioe of British Columbia)
Locution No. 1. Commencing at n post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's S. W. oorner,"
planted on the east bank of the West Pork
..f the Nortli Pork of Kettle River, about
nifthtmllea north of the northern boundary
of ! ot 8898,0 onp I, Similkumemi Lund Division, Yule District! th te east inn chuins,
tlieuce nortli 4li cliuins,thence west ItiOctiitiii**.
theuce south 40 chains to tha point of commencement, containing-"-MO acres, more or
less  Located Ootober 22nd, 1907.
Location No. 2. Commencing nt o pom
marked "A. Erskine Smith's S. W, oorner,"
plunted on tiie eust bank ofthe Wesl Porfi of
tiie North Fork oi Kettle Kiver.  about 8k
miles north of the nortli Itoiiml'irv uf saitl
Lot 8(i3"i; theneeeast 160 chuins, thence nortli
■inchuins, theuce west Kin ciiuins. thence
.outli in chains to the point of commencement, containing fit" acres, more or less. Lo-
mted October 22nd, 1B07.
Locution No. 8, Commencing ut u post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's S. VV.. oorner,"
planted on the east bunk of the said West
Pork, ubout nine mileB north of the suid
northerly boundary of suid Lot BOdHi thenee
eust 160 eliains, thenoe north 40 chuins.tiience
west lltli chains, thence south 40 chains to the
point of commencement, containing <">)■'
acres, more or less. Located October 22nd,
1HU7.
Location No. 4. Commencing at a post
marked "A, Erskine Smith's  s. W, corner,"
plunted on the eust l-niil< of the said West
l-'ork, about !»!■, miles* nortli of thn northerly
boundary of suid Lot 8685) thenee eust Pill
chuins, thenee north 111 chains, thenee west
Min chains, theuce south in chuins to the
point   of    commencement,    OOtltninlllg   <>4I)
acres, more or less. Located Ootober 22nd,
1907,
Locution No. fi. Commencing ut a poil
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N. 17 corner."
planted on the west bank of the suid West
l-'ork,  about   ten   miles  north    of    the -aid
northerly boundnry of said Lot BORftitlienoo
south SOohalusi thence west SO ah nl us, thenoe
north wi ohains, thence east .mi eliains to tin-
point of commencement, containing itl«
acres, more or less. Located 28rd day of
Uotober, IWI7.
Location No. 6. Commencing at a post
marked "A. Krskine Smith'* N. E. comer,"
planted on the west bunk of the said West
I-o.-k, ubout nine miles north of the north
boundary of said Lot 8686) thenee 80 ciiuins
BOtlth, theuce Ml eliains west,thenee .si) chains
north, thenoe 80 chalm east to the point of
commenceiiiuet, contubiini; ■■!■> acres, more
or less.   Located istrd day or October, 1.HI7.
Location No, 7. Gommeuelug at a post
marked*-A. Erskine Smith's S. \V. oorner,"
plauted on the west bunk of the suid West
I'ork, about n*., miles north of the north
boundary ot said Lot 808ftt thence pin chains
east, theuce 40 ohains north, theuce pin ehaina
nest, tbence40chaius south tothe point (,f
commencement* containing Otn ucres, inure
or less.   Located 2-Hliof October, I1M7,
Locution No. 8. Commencing ut u post
marked "A. Erskine Smith's N. W. corner,"
planted on the east bunk of the said West
l-'ork, ubout 14'a miles north of the north
boundary of said Lot863o: theuce 160 chains
eiint, tlieuce In eliains south, thence Hiilelmiiis
west, thenee -IU chains north to the point
oi commencement, containing 640 acres,more
or less.   Located 25th Ootober, lt.07.
Location No, ll. Commencing ut a post
mnrked "A, Erskine Smith's s. 17 corner,"
planted on the east bunk of the Bflld West
Fork, ubout pi miles north of the north
boundary of said Lot B68Sftheuoe 40 chaius
enst theuco 100ohains north, thenoe luchaiuH
west, thenoe 160 ohains south to tlio point of
commencement, containing t>iu acres, more
or less.   Looateu 26th Oetober, 1907.
Duted atOratld Forks, II.C.-thi-* pith day
of November, 1907.
A.EUSKINES.MITH,
Applicant,
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
for lyoo, 190G and for the past week:
shipments of  Boundary
Granby Minos, Phoenix	
Snowshoe.   I'hoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
SS. C. Mine, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Ronnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho,  I'lioenix   	
Rawhide, I'hoenix	
Sunset, Deadwooil	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur KingjSummit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Hig Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, (ireenwood	
Elkhorn, (ireenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
19011
801,404
104,120
1,346
12,881
6,404
1,345
140,685
2.960
28,082
48,890
3,555
1907    I'm
808.429
138,189
199,863
1,370
15,941
6,314
43,295
14.929
6*5 623
31,270
2,942
i( Week
22.011
849
586
80
86
76
!!
1,140
40
140
20
16
589
7IKI
20
171
130
Total, tons  1,158,991
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  828,879
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
,118,226
22.011
611,250
19,521
341,283.
157,327
Total treated..
     1,168,121    1,110,860
BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.
19.521
-UT VI DION 1)S ■ ,
Total tn   Latest     I'er
Dute,      Dute,   5bare
Authorized r— shares—, Paid
Name of Company.              Capital.   Jssneil. Par. 1906.
Graubv Consolidated-Copper.   $15,(100.000     1*8.1,000 $100 $l,«io,iroO ?'J,!'t;\i;:tu Sept. 1901   $8.10
Cariboo McKiimey-liold     1,250,000  1,250,000     *|     540,887,Fob, ItW-l     .04
Providence-Silver        200.000       81000      $5 10,000 88,221 Sent, limit      .fiO
IJ. C. Copper-Copper     3,000,000   ,503.000     $5           201.2U0 tftopt. 101)7     .40
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