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Ninth Year—No. 23.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday, April 9, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
PRACTICAL WORK
Demonstrations in Pruning
and Spraying-Lecture by
Deputy Minister
Thursday was a gala day for the
members of the Kettle Valley Farmers' institute. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon a practical demonstration meeting was held at R. Hughes' ranch.
There was a large crowd of interested
fruit growers present. R. M. Win-
Blow, provincial horticulturist gave
a few practical spraying lessons
from 2 to 4 o'clock. He was followed by M. 8. Middleton, of Nelson, assistant provincial horticulturist, who showed those present
how to properly prune fruit trees.
At 8 o'clock in the evening a public meeting waB held in the Dreamland theatre, at which addresses
were made by W. E. Scott, deputy
minister of agriculture, and 3-. C.
Metcalfe, markets commissioner.
C. Scott Galloway, president of the
institute, acted as chairman of tbe
meeting.
i ir. Scott, after painting a beautiful word picture of the valley,
stated that there were now 4000
members of farmers' institutes in
this province, and he was glad to
learn that there was a good, live
institute in Grand Forks. He was
eorry to lc.irn that the poultry
branch of the farming industry was
being neglected here. Poultry and
fruit raising naturally went together,
and every orchard should have 200
or 300 hens. They were profitable,
and of benefit to the trees, as they
destroyed fruit pests. The Kettle
valley was a magnificent place for
fruit growing. The severe winter of
two years ago had taught ranchers
a valuable lesson in regard to planting the proper varieties. The winter killing was caused by either too
much or too little water late in the
season. British Columbia was the
best fruit-growing country on the
continent, but in order to attain the
highest success it was necessary
for the districts to co-operate and secure a uniform pack. The fruit
grown was of just aB good a quality—
if not better—as that raised in the
western states across the international boundary line. Thero was
an unlimited market for British Columbia fcuit in the Northwest, in
the coast cities, and in Australia.
"To attain tbe greatest measure of
success in fruit growing," said Mr.
Scott, ''be sure you have the best
nature of Boilj get the best trees;
cultivate cleanly; spray profusely,
and prune properly. In any event,
when you prune your trees, do not
cut off the fruit spurs. Summer
pruning is desirable to n certain extent. In picking and packing,
handle tbe fruit gently—like eggs.
Packing schools wilt be established
by tbe government wherever practicable.
"At the last session of the legislature the government made a grant
of $10,000 for demonstration orchards. It has not yet been definitely
decided where these orchards are to
• be located, but they will be placed
in representative fruit growing districts where they will do the greatest
good to the largest number of
people.
"During the past year the  value
of  tne  agicultural  products of the
province increased $1,000,000."
Mr. Scott adviced the fruit growers of this district to make displays
at the exhibitions in the Northwest,
in eastern Canada and in England,
aB this method of advertising the
valley would prove the best that
could be obtained. He was Borry
there had been no fruit from .Grand
Forks at last year's shows;
The speaker related an incident
which occurred at the Toronto exhibition last fall. The Ontario people were continually saying that the
British Columbia apples looked very
beautiful, but that they lacked the
flavor of the Ontario product. Mr.
Scott finally grew tired of hearing
this, and he decided to put a stop
to it. Two Ontario and two British
Columbia apples were peeled, cut up
and placed on separate plates. Then
Mr. Scott selected two judges, while
the Ontario people selected two
more. A fifth man was chosen
jointly by the two aides. These five
judges returned a unanimous verdict in favor of the British Columbia apples for flavor.
"At tht; present time," said Mr.
Scott, "the home market is more
profitable than the English market.
You don't grow enough fruit to supply the demand in your own province. There were carload nfter carload of American apples imported
iuto Vancouver last summer." The
speaker adviced fruit growers to go
slow in planting the Cox's Orange
variety.
Mr. Scott said King Edward had
honored the British Columbia exhibit at Islington last summer by
paying it a visit. His majesty had
shown a keen interest in everything
pertaining to the province. "British
Columbia," said the speaker,in concluding his address, "is the best advertised province in Canada."
James Rooke did not think the
Grand Forks apple could compete
with the American product in tbe
Vancouver market on account of the
high freight rates.
Mr. Metcalfe, markets commissioner, said the Kettle valley would
one day be one of the finest fruit
growing districts in British Columbia. There was an unlimited market in the Northwest and in this
province. The market would expand faster than the supply would
increase. Competition would come
from Ontario and the American aids,
but wherever the British Columbia
apple was known it was preferred to
any other. It was necessary to increase the supply in order to keep
pace with the demand. At present
buyers would not come here because
they could not secure sufficiently
large quantities. "Grow more and
better fruit," he said, "and keep
down the cost of production as
much as possible. Any red apple
will find favor in the Northwest
market. The most important question that confronts the fruit growers
today is a comprehensive co-operative plan for shipping purposes,"
He thought the best method of advertising the district would be to
make fruit displays at the Northwest exhibitions. He adviced the
farmers to pay more attention to
small fruit raising.
At the conclusion of the meeting
the speakers were tendered a hearty
vote of thanks.
A DINNER PARTY
Local Member Complimented
on His Work in Last
Legislature
Joe Burns has returned to the city
to complete his contract on Al.
Traunweiser's ranch.
The complimentary dinner tendered
Ernest Miller, M.P.P., in the Davis
hall last Saturday uight, by 'the citizens of Grand Forks, was one of the
most enjoyable gatherings held in the
city for some time. Over a hundred
persons were seated around the banquet board. After an excellent menu
had been served, the time up to midnight was spent in speech-making.
None of the speeches were long
enough to be tedious, but all were to
the point. Mayor Clark presided as
toustmaster.
Davitl Whiteside, in proposing the
toast, "Our Guest," said that it was
an established axiom that the man
who made two blades of grass grow
where only one grew before was a
benefactor to his race. The adage
might be enlarged upon by including
the man who had made two dollars
come where only one came before as
a public benefactor. Mr. Miller, in
reply, made the most definite statement regarding the construction of the
North Fork branch of the Kettle
Valley line that has yet been made
public. He had not been entirely
satislied with the railway bills as
drafted, and had made a fight for the
insertion of a clause iu the Kettle
Valley line bill compelling the company to build the Noith Fork branch
during the present year. He had not
relinquished his fight on this point until he had received an undertaking in
writing from the company that the
road to Franklin would be completed
either this year or next. He did not
take to himself all the credit for securing the large grant for the district.
The province was prosperous, and
every constituency had obtained substantial increases over previous
grants.
Frank Hutton proposed the toast,
"Our Dominion," which was responded to by Judge Brown. Both gentlemen made able speeches, and reviewed
the vast natural resources of our country. In surveying the greatness of the
Dominion, said Mr. Brown, and taking into account its unlimited resources, one cannot help but believing
that the oft-repeated assertion that
Canada is the country of the twentieth
century will be verified.
In proposing the toast, "Our Industries," Geo. Chappie called to his aid
the cap and bells su successfully that
for live or ten minutes after finishing
his peroration nothing but the sound
of lai.ghtci' could be heard iu the hall.
W. A.  Williams  responded,    After
reviewing the Boundary enterprises,
lie said the only fault he found with
the people here was that they were
poor boosters. VVe had tho prettiest
valley in the country here, hut it was
not known abroad, because the people did not know how to advertise
and boost.
P. T. McCullum proposed the toast,
"Our Visitors," which was responded
to by A. S. Hood of Phoenix. Both
speakers acquitted themselves creditably from an oratorical viewpoint.
A. Tweedle, and Judge Williams
of Phoenix, handled the toast, "The
Ladies," as if they had made a lifetime study of the fair sex.   The latter
speaker interpolated somo   witty conceits among his sage remarks.
"The Press'' was proposed by Fred
Clark and responded to by The Sun
man and J. I.. Meikle. The speeches
on this subject will probably go down
into history as famous for the things
that were left unuttered.
Interspersed throughout tho speech
making were a number of songs, rendered by Messrs. Hay, Stendal and
Wheeler. Mrs. Wheeler supplied the
music during the dinner and also accompanied the singers. Before the
close A. S. Hood, of Phoenix, proposed a toast to the chairman. Mr.
Clark, in responding, said he wished
the members of the arrangement committee included in this toast for the
able manner in which they had performed their duties. The committee
consisted of Messrs. F. Clark, E.
Spraggett. D. McCallum, W. H. M.
May, F. H. Hutton and J. D. Campbell.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Objection to Fire Limits Bylaw Consumes Most of
the Time
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
The Robinson & Lequime Lumber company have cut about eight
million feet of sawlogs up in the
North Fork country during the past
winter. Six million feet of tbe logs
have already been floated down to
Smelter lake. They expect to start
their mill on Smelter lake about the
25th inst.
Judge Brown has handed down a
decision in the Cervio vs. The
Granby coinpany case, finding for
the injured workman. In the Kil
len case against the same company,
the arbitrator allowed the parents
$300 each. In both cases costs
were allowed the claimants.
The meeting last night, in the
city hall, of owners of property inside
the limits, to obtain an expression of
opinion regarding the existing tire
limits bylaw, was not very largely
attended1. Those present were unanimously in favor of the enforcement
of the bylaw.
The tenth annual hall given by
Gateway Lodge No. 45,1. O. O. F., in
opera house last Wednesday evening,
was a pronounced success, about fifty
couples being iti attendance. Dancing was the order till 12. when an
adjournment was called for supper,
this was served in a very excellent
manner by the L. O. T. M. in the
banquet hall of the new Davis block
After supper was through the dance
was again proceeded with, and kept
merrily on till the early morn. The
Phoenix orchestra provided first-cluss
music for the occasion.
Victor A. Duvies has accepted a
position with the South Kootenay
Power Co., and will he stationed at
Rossland, for which city lie leaves on
Monday, Mr. Duvies has been a resident of this city for the past three
! years. During this time he took a very
prominent part in musical affairs, huviug formed and lead the Victor or-
I chertru, uud   wus   also   leader ofthe
band till its demise.
Frank Finclium, for tin* pust two
yeurs an employee of the .South Kootenay Power Co. in the sub-station
here, left on Thursday for Greenwood,
where he hus been transferred to a
hsgher position iu the company's employ. Mrs. Finch_.ni will leave ubout
the llith of April
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duffy and
family left on Monday for linkers
field. Cal.    Mr. Duffy intends to  re-
| turn to this city in three months, but
his   family   will   probably remain in
'. California indefinitely.
Full-blooded S. 0, K. I. Reds Eggs
for setting of 14, $1.25. A. C. Uren,
near the G. X. pump station.
All the members were present at
the regular bi-weekly meeting of the
City Council last Monday night.
On the recommendation of the
board of works, the owner of the
building on First street, formerly
occupied by Mr. Long as a barber
shop, was instructed to move the
Bame off Mr. Morrison's property.
Jeff Davis here addressed the
council in regard to the cutting
down of the fire limits in the city,
claiming that the same covered too
big a territory. Mr. Davis spoke
at some length, setting forth, from
his standpoint, the reasons why the
said limits should be reduced. This
matter was brought up by the removal of the frame structure which
Davis & Co. had erected at the corner of Bridge and Second streets
during the construction of the handsome block, and which Mr. Davis
now wished to use as a store house.
He had been granted permission to
remove same if he complied with
the fire-limits by-law, which requires a nine inch brick wall around
the building.
Mr. Wilson had started lo remove
tbe building to the lots back of the
Davis block, but an injunction wus
issued, stopping work on same.
However, Mr. Davis secured other
labor and had the building put on
the new location. The council felt
that Mr. Davis had over-rode them
in this matter, and that if he had
wished to offer any suggestions or
plans in regard to the curtailing of
the fire limits in the city, it was bis
place to have done so before removing the building at all. It was
finally moved by Aid. Manly, and
seconded by Aid. Rutherford, that a
meeting of all the property owners
inside of the present fire limits be
called for Friday evening, April Nth,
to ascertain their views as to whether
the limits were too large or not.
The meeting is culled for 7:'l() in
the city ball, and all owners of property within the limits are requested
to be present and express their
views on ibis matter.
Aid. Rutherford reported that it
hud developed since the lust meeting
thut the Orand Forks Townsite eoiu-
pany claimed the ownership of the old
pest house und the matter wat diseusb.
ed und luid over till next meeting.
In the meantime the council decided
to take up the mutter of u new'^solution hospital with K. Miller, M. 1'. P.,
und the provincial government,
Aid. Ruthotford drew the attention
of the QOUDoil to the quality of cement,
usetl in sidewalks. One contractor
Innl stilted to him thut un outsider
hud tendered so low on some of this
work thut it wus impossible for him
to keep up the quality of sidewalk
which the oity required. It was ex
plained by the city clerk thut those
laying sidew-ulks lirst hud to have permission of the city to do so, uud ut ull
times the city could appoint au engineer or superintendent to look after the
city's interests, and thut u certain
standard hod to be maintained iu the
laying of cement sidewalks
(Continued on Puije Tnu.) FOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD. B. C
Slip BiHrinq &un
Fiii.iuiii-il at Grand Forks, Brltlnh Columbia.
n. A. Kv*nh Editor and Publiiher
a Hla of thli nanar con be seen at the of_ioe
„f Mmm. K. i 1 Hordy 4 Co.. HO, HI and 88.
pieet Street, B.0.1 l. I'm- Rnirlaiid, free of
ohart.e, uml Hint IHm Will Im (flail I" receive
■ubfiorli.tloni 'mil advertisement! on onr behalf.
BUHSCUIVTION KAIKS 1
Dim Tear *'.W
line Yenr (In advanoel  1.00
Advertising rates fiirnlshe.lnn mo
Legal notices, 1" and l, cent. per our.
Address nil oomnnintoatioiiB tu
Thk Bvenini. Sun.
Phonb B74 Gkanu Fohks. B.C,
Duohesnay, Division Engineer, were
in Nelson Tuesday and called at the
Tribune oflice."
The apparent suggestion that such
•'calls" were an everyday occurrence
at the Tribune office and unworthy
of special comment, made all Kootenay laugh. His rival's bluster fell
flat.
Metal Quotations
New Yoiik, April 8.—Silver, 521;
e.eetrolytio copper, $12.70@13,
London, April 8.—SUver,24 ,'.-l(i;
lead, £12 18s 9d.
SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 11)10
The opinion of the ratepayers affected appears to be strongly in
favor of the enforcement of the present fire limits bylaw. Any alterations in it that would permit of the
construction of fire-traps within its
limits, and thus raise insurance
rates, would not only be an unfortunate thing for the community, but
would do an injustice to the men
who have shown their faith in the
city by erecting substantial brick
and stone blocks. The people who
claim that the limits are too large
lack faith in the expansion of the
city. The council will make more
friends- than enemies by enforcing
the bylaw.
Called on Houston
A writer in the Vernon News tells
the following story of the late John
Houston:
Your tribute to John Houston
will be appreciated by his friends.
If you care to devote any more
space to the subject, possibly you
may like to use the following:
In 1896 John Houston published
in the Nelson Tribune some strictures on the management of the Pacific Division of the Canadian Pacific. While apparently trifling,
these remarks deeply irritated tbe
division officials, and a few weeks
thereafter Supt. Marpole, Geo. McL.
Brown and B. J. Duchnesnay, being in Nelson, set out to "see" Mr.
Houston about it. The interview
was a stormy one—evidence given
in a juntict's court next day showed
that some one threw a pair of sheare
and that an unabridged dictionary
was one of the arguments used. Mr.
Houston was arrested, charged with
assault, and, I believe, fined five
dollars,
The rival weekly, the "Miner,"
came out in an extra next day with
big headlines and much sensation.
Mi. Houston contented himself with
the following item, which appeared
at the bottom of the local column:
"R. Marpole, Supt. Pacific Division ('. 1'. K., Geo. McL. Brown,
Disk   Passenger Agent,   and   E. J.
NEWS OF THE CITY
Chief of Police Savage returned
from New Westminster on Wednesday.
Another furnace will be added to
the nuniher now in aetioit at the British Columbia company's smelter,
Fred Adie, a fruit pest inspector of
Waneta, B. C., wus in Grand Forks
this week.
The regular meeting of the school
board will be held at the high school
building on Tuesday evening next.
C. Smith, of the Granby smelter
olliee stall', is relieving J J. Strutzel,
ucuountant at the Phoenix ollices, durum the tatter's holidays.
'I'. Needham was renewing oil acquaintances in the city the lirst part of
the week prior to leaving for Princeton.
Harold  Averill left  for the coast
lust Saturday.
E. Spraggett, road superintendent,
inspected the roads near Phoenix lust
Friday.
Mrs. Ployart and family left on
Thursday for the prairie provinces,
where Mr. Ployurt is now working.
E. Miller made a trip to Greenwood on Tuesday.
Lost—Between the Presbyterian
church and the hospital, a child's
white thibbit fur. Return to this
otlice.
J. B. Henderson left for Eust
Kootenay and Calgary on Saturday
last.
A. A. Frechette, of Greenwood,
was in the city lust Saturday on business in connection with his recently
patented harness.
Ben Norris, late of the Granby
smelter force, left on Monday for
Princeton, where he intends to locate.
METEOROLOGICAL
The following are the readings
showing the minimum temperature for
each day during the week ending
April 8, 1910: .fy,
MIN. TF.M.
Saturday  38
Sunday  23
Monday  34
Tuesday  36
Wednesday  42
Thursday  42
Friday  46
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, April 8.—The following are today's opening qaotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
GranbyConsolidated     40.00
B. C. Copper       6.75     6.00
After a man goes on the shadv side
of 40 he loses all interest in picnics
rcArtisticPhotos
Now is the proper time to huve them taken. The onlv
opportunity you will have to obtain them this spring
will be when
R.H.TRUEMAN
The well  known Vancouver Photographer, next visits
Grand Forks, which will be on
SATURDAY, cylPRIL 9th
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
SPECIAL OFFER FOR THIS VISIT ONLY—One 8x10 enlargement, mounted on white or dark curd, given with each
dozen cabinet photos.    See samples.
Blome's Old Studio, Bridge St.
Reduced in Price
For a limited time I will tune
pianos in the city for $,') euch. Work
guaranteed. Thirty years' experience.
—Herbert Sadler,   Phone Bill.
THE CITY COUNCIL
(Concluded from Page One.)
The council decided to enforce the
bicycle bylaw and put a stop to reckless riding hefore someone got seriously injured.
The board of works was instructed
to look into the matter of cleaning up
the old power house site up the North
Fork.
Mrs. F. Knightoffered the city $100
for lot 8 in block 24, Main street, and
on motion of Aids. Manly and Smith,
the offer was excepted.
The temporary loan bylaw was reconsidered und finally passed.
Aid. Manly gave notice that he
would ut the next regular meeting introduce a bylaw changing the meter
rates now in force for electric lights in
the city.
W. Keron was appointed a second
pound-keeper. A notice was ordered
published to the effect that the pound
bylaw will hereinafter be enforced.
Aid. Follick gave notice that he
would at the next regular meeting introduce a bylaw regarding the closing
hours for licensed premises.
Bicyci.es and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1910 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, Winnipeg
Avenue.
, Princeton Coal.    Call J. L. Manly.
Phone 124.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that it is
unlawful to suffer any horse,
cow, pig or other cattle or poultry to run at large within the limits
of the City of Grantl Forks. No person shall suffer his dog or bitch to run
at large in the City of Grand Forks
for which such person has not paid his
dog tax.
No  person   shall  ride a bicycle on
any of the public sidewalks within the
limits of the Citv of Grand Forks.
A. E  SAVAGE,
Chief of Polico.
Grand Forks, April 7th, 1910.
BARGAINS
IN
City and Suburban
Property
$1000
■Between 3 hnd 4 nores
hi Went end of city;
flrafeulasfl loll, nil under oui ivutioii; Niimll
hoihp, woodshed uikI outbutlithissi well and
pump; KOOd fenoe. Thin Is ;i wit. ri lice, imtiwu-
t'l is nlitiTil  (11 lruvL'cit.v.   Terms.
$8000 cash, balance lei-ins. One
hest hotel* in
the lui-iiii'-s reii
ire <if (r.-ntid Polks; now doing- u pmlltiihlt*
bUslllBftti] owner dctd'et. to remove to lhe
count, Thi-is the U'Ht lmrt--a.il in tills part
of tho province, hh there ure init n«ven hotel
liee'ises in tht-(irnllil Forks, ''ity is growing
rupldly. N» other town In Nouthei-n Itrltiuh
Columbia Iihh qh bright future piospectn.
$15,000
A Dollar Goes a
Long Way
when you bu$ 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
P. BURNS ®, CO., LTD.
CI KODAK SEASON
Tho bright davs aro now here. Get nut your Kodak. If you
have not got one, we will be pleased to supply you and give
you all necessary instruction. Call and see our stock. Prices
from .$'2 to $20.
-S WOOD LAND    &l   CO.£-
PHNONE 13
DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE
Yale Lund IMtitriei, District of Similkameen.
TAKK NOTICK that Walter Gory, of Hrnn-
' don, Man,, .occupation Purux-r, intends to
applv for permission to purchase lhe following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted ou the
south boundary of Lot H4iS. and about tou
eliuins north of the N.W. oorner of Lot 747 on
Big Sheep Creek; thenee west Hid ciiuins;
tlieuce south 4u chains; thence cast 80 chains;
thence north 20 chains; thenoe east 81)chains:
thence north 20 chain* to pofut of commence*
ment.
WALTER GERY, Applicant.
By J.R Cranston, His Agent.
Dated this I2ih day of March, mm.
We Wonder
To all my friends and patrons I
" extend the felicitations of the
season. An opening of Imported
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
will be given April 12 and 13.
A cordial invitation to all.
cTWrs. Ida Barnum
Bicycles
JUST ARRIVED, a full line of
1910 MODELS of high-grade
Bicycles — Massie - Harris,
Perfect and Rambler. Also
English Bicycles. .Sundries
and repairs of all kinds.
Geo.Chapple
WINNIPEG AVE. AND 8ECOND ST.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
glance.
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder 8 Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates. *
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE •
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties Intending to bui Ul wl.l do well to con
still me.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
IN THE MATTER of an application for duplicate Certificate of
Title to N, ^of Lot ll, Map 77,
Subdivision of Part of Lot 500, Group
l, Osoyoos Division, Yale District.
NOTICE is hereby given that it is
my intention at the expiration of one
month from the date of the first publication hereof to issne duplicate Certificate of Title to said lands, issued to
Minnie Pearl Pearce on the 28th
March, 1905, unless in the meantime
valid objection be made to me in writing.
Land Retristrv Office, Kamloops, B.
C, Feb. 24th, 1910.
W. H. EDMONDS,
Dietiict Registrar.
A new lot of latest designs of pro
gram and menu cards just received at
Thk Sun job olliee.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boundary country. And we are the only
office in this section that have the
collect material for printing it. The
Sun job olliee.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
IN THE MATTER of an application
for Duplicate Certificate of Title to
Lots 11 anil 12,   Block  31,   Map
35, Town of Upper Grand Forks.
NOTICE is hereby given that it is
my intention at the expiration of one
month from the date of first publication hereof to issue Duplicate Certificate of Title to said lands, issued to
the Corporation of the City of Columbia, on the 4th day of November,
1902, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.
C, the Kith February, 1910;
;\V. H. EDMONDS,
District Registrar.
For further information re
garding tho above properties
call or address
THE EVENING SUN, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Application for Transfer of Liquor
License I
NOTICE is hereby given that the]
undersigned will at the next j
regular meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners for the City of
Grand Fork1., apply for permission to
transfer the retail hotel liquor license
for the" Grand Forks Hotel, situate on
Lot 5, Block 8, Plan 23, Grand Forks,
to M. Frarikovitch, lessee of said
pjemises. |
Dated  at Grand Forks,   B.C., the
24th March, 1910. i
FRANK HARTINGER.
Welcome Words to Women
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their
sex should write to Dr. Pierce aad receive free the
■dvice of a physician of over 40 years' experience
—a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of women. Every letter of thiB sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as saoredly
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from
telling to their local physician. The local physician
is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything
without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally needless,  and  that no woman,  except  in  rare  cases, should  submit  to   them.
Dr. Pierce's treatment will cure you right in the privacy of
your own home. His " Favorite Prescription" has our-;d
hundreds  of thousands, some of them  the worst of   nv-,-
It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly   <      '*
physician.   The only one good enough that its makers dure tn prJn   i
ingredient on its outside wrapper.   There's no secrecy.   It wili b.u   ew.
tion.    No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in le.   Son:* u
ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substi;ute     Den', take it.   Don'-;
with your health.    Write to World's Dispensary \_h_iica. Association, Dt
V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.,—take tm advioe received and be wc.-. IS
CHURCH SERVICES
Holy Trinity Ciiuhoii, Henrv Steele,
Rector—Sunday services: Holy communion, S:00 a.m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.in.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.in.; Sunday school, 3
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will he celebrated nt
the 11 a.m. service as well ns at <S
a.m. Week-day anil special services
as they nre announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
pleased to met you.
Knox   Presbyterian   Churoh—
Sabbath services at I I n.in. and 7.30 p.
m.j Sabbath school and llible class at
2:30 p.m. All are cordially invited;
seats free. Rev, Al. D. McKee, pas
tor.
Methodist Church, Rev. SuKlioh-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
iv. m. antl 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 9:40 a.m. Tue
Kpworth 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 wel
come.
Baptist Church, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. antl 7:30 p. in.; Bible
class and Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
<viSAYA -NEURALL
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Hendaohe, Insomnia nnd Neuralgia are generally the result of exhausted neive centres. The true remedy is not a paralyzing drug,
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WecTWANN DRUG COMPANY
, Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
For   Sale—1(50   acres   nf   good
timothy land.    Apply Ihis office.
For Sale—The Forrester barn, 2
lots and house, in Columbia. Apply
Ballard A Plath, Box 10.
There's No Other Way
To reach the large and ever-increasing
circle of our readers than through Thk
Sun's  advertising columns.
We have some of the highest grade
paper antl stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary.    Sun Job Office.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c.  Lion
Bottling Works.
THE
COPPER^,
HANDBOOK
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering  the
j history, geography,   geology,  chemis
I try,  mineralogy, metallurgy  terminology, uses, statistics ami  finances of
l|copper.    It is a pracicnl  book,  useful
I to all anil necessary to most men   en
gaged   in   any   branch   of the Coppes
| industry.
Its facts will pass muster with   the
^trained scientists, anil its language   is
easily   understood   by  the everyday
■ man. It gives lhe plain facts in plain
(English without fenr or favor,
It lists ami describes 1636 coppei
Inline* and companies in all parts of
[the world, descriptions running from
Itwo lines to sixteen pages, according
I to importance of the propel ty.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
|to be the'
World's Standard Rvlerence
Hook on Coppir
The milling mini needs the hook for
Hie facts it gives him abuut mines,
lllilling and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
It'uets it gives him ahout mining, min
log investments ami copper  statistic.
■Hundreds of swindling t panics are
xposed in plain Knglish.
Price is $5 in  Buckram  with gilt
op; $1 60 in  full   library   morocco.
Irt'ill    be   sent, fully  prepaid, oil   ap-
■ 'iii.-iI, to any address ordered, and
Jnav he returned within a week of re
I'eipt if not found fully satisfactory.
[Horace j. Stevens,
Kditor and Publisher,
453 Postollice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Wney's Cigar Store
A COMF'I.KTK STOCK IIP
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
■ A Kith 11 OnllBlgliniMH t)(
Confectionery
Recelvet) Weekly.
postoffice   Building
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   Beer
50c.    Lion Bottling Works.
AS YOU LIKE IT
Would You Provide
for the Care of
Canada's Needy
Consumptives ?
THIN SEND YOUR CONTOIB-ITIOSl TO TM
MUSKOKA FREE HOSPITAL
FOR CONSUMPTIVES
A national institution that accepts
patients from all parts of Canada.
Here is one of hundreds of letters
being received doily :—
John D. McNaughton, New Lis-
keard, Ont.: A young man not belonging here, and suffering from,
it is helieved, consumption, is
being kept by one of the hotels
here. He has no means and has
been refused admission to our
hospital. The conditions where
he is offer him no chance. Could
he be admitte/i to your Free Hospital for Cti/smnptives? If not,
could you ir/torm nie where he can
be sent, and what steps are necessary to secure prompt admittance ?
NOT * SINGLE PATIENT HAS EVER BEEN
REFUSEO ADMISSION TO THE MUSKOKA
FREE HOSPITAL IE0AUSI OP  Hli OR HEI
INABILITY TO PAT.
Since the hospital was opened in
April, 1902, one thousand Ave
hundred and twenty-four patients
have been treated in this one institution, representing people from
every province in the Dominion.
For the week ending November
20th, 1000, one hundred and twenty -
Ave patients were in residence.
Ninety-six of these are not paying t
copper for their mslntenanoe— absolutely
free. The other twenty-nine paid
from $2.00 to $4.90 a week. No
one pays more than $4.00.
Suitable cases ate admitted
promptly on completion of application papers.
A GRATEFUL PATIENT
Norah P. Canham: Enclosed you
will find receipt for my ticket from
Grovenhurst, hoping that you will
be able to oblige me with the fare.
I was at your Sanatorium ten
months, and I was sent away from
there as an apparent cure. I am
now working in the city, and I am
feeling fine. I was most thankful
for the care I got from the doctors
nnd staff, and I must say that I
spent the time of my life while I
was there.
TAKINO  THS  CUM   IM   WINTER   AT  MUSKOKA
FREE HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
The Muskoka Free Hospital for
Consumptives is dependent on the
good-will antl gifts of the Canadian
public. Money is urgently needed
at the present time to make it
possible to care for the large and
increasing number of patients that
are entering the institution.
Will you help ?
Where greater urgency ?
Truly, Canada's greatest charity.
Contributions may be sent to
\V. J. Ua^e, Esq.,84 Spadina Ave,,
or J. S. Robertson, Sec'y-Treas.
National Sanitarium Association,
!U7 King St. W., Toronto, Canada.
A clothespin is^ a kind of sheet
anchor.
Sooner or later every man bumps
into hit stene wall.
If0>v a woman does enjoy being
tired, if it is from shopping!
Our love for other people's money is
a so the rout of  much e.il.
A man can have most of his vices
overlooked by inheriting a fortune.
Many a father is secretly glad that
his sou doesn't believe in  heredity.
The sermon never seems long to the
woman wearing a new hat to church.
Generally a girl isn't as anxious to
many  as  she   is to become engaged.
Yet there is always a lighting
chance against marriage being a failure.
Some men are unable to achieve
popularity even by staying out of
politics.
A woman always jollies a man
along when she wants to make a fool
of hiin.
Ignorance isn't bliss to those who
don't know a good thing when they
see it.
A girl always says "Don't" when a
young man tries to kiss her, because
she knows that her mother would expect her io put up some kind of a
bluff.
WINliS
Hotel Colin
Opposite Great Northern Station
P. ». MenONALD, Proprle't')""^
■Recently completed unci
newly furnished throucli-
imt. Conveniently located
for railway men. b'lrst-
clnss nceominodatinns for
tntindents. Bourd and
rooms by the week at pre*
Vailing rates. Fine line of
Wines, Liquors una Cigars
alwujB in stock at the bar.
Grand Forks, B. C.
JUST OPENED
Home Bakery
and Restaurant
Home Cooking. Cleanly antl
Convenient. Lunches at All
Hours.   Orders Filled Promptly.
GAW BUILDING, WINNIPEG  AVENUE
PHONE   A T-4
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
LAND ACT
FORM OF NOTICE.
Vale   Land^liistrict.    District of  Simllka-
' meen,
•ftuv.    NOTICE   that   Smith    Curtis,    of
Rossi and, H.C.. occupation mine operator.
Intended apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Coninieiiciiig at a post planted on the western side line of the Nelson A Fort Shepherd
Kailwuy company'* Laud Urant and at the
southeast corner of I'eter Shaw's pre-emption ou Dig Sheep Creek; thence west 70
chains; thence south 11 chains, more or less,
to the north line of J. J. Gill's pre-emption;
thence east 85 chains, more or less, to northeast corner of said Gill's preemption;:
thence south IB eliains; theuce east 115 ciiuins,
more or less, to the western line of aforesaid
Kailwuy Land Grant; theuce north 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing 160
acres, more or less,
;JAME9 ROBINSON CRANSTON,
Agent for SMITH CURTIS.
Dated December 14th, 1908.
The bund of   man, emerging from the
mist
Of primal ages, was* a hairy fist,
All blood bedabbled; for the hand had
killed
Before it learned to sow and reap and
lu Id.
S ) • ach new tool was but a weapon,fit
To add new terrors to the blow of   it;
The   lirst   rude  axe was   formed for
bloody deed,
Split skulls bafore it served the builder's need,
And thus through ages runs the   tale!
by worst
Of uses is the new found tool   accurst,
Vet we believe what prophet's   words
rt'i oiil,
That into plowshares man   shall   beat
the sword.
F if ceutiifi"s we stood upon the edge
Of space i nd yearned, while spinows
from the hedge
Too'; Htgl t a id taunted i s "That 1
had wings !
'Mid stormy music," thus ths psalmist
sings,
"Then would 1 Hy nwiy aud be at
rest''
Arid lo, the wings arc ours, a gift, tin-
best
The genius of our race   has   forged; a
tool
Fit for our eager age, What says the
fool,
The   war-brute?   "This  is  mine, for
brawls and strife,
As hawk-wings  are   the   hawk's--for
taking life!"
Well, olaim them, War-godl Use them
till the race
Will kill for you no more. What
narrow space
Holds man today nptlt't from brother
man,
A range of rooks, a river, or a span
Of channel, and our wings shall overleap
these dwarfish land malts, Then what:
king shall keep
His folk from merging with humanity
As waters intcnninglcjin the sea.
Sail forth, winged Argonauts of trackless air,
And as upon your homeward course
you fare
Bring heav'nlv treasure. Neither gold
nor steel,
N'oi gross aud earthy wealth weight
your light keel;
Man's Brotherhood, bring that as j
Golden Fleece
On sun-blest wrings, bring harbingers
of peace.
- Charlton Lawrence Kdholn..
CHARLES G. WHEELER
IM. Iiut. M. E.
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paoxe B77
PICTURES
AND PICTURE FRAMING
furniture   Made  to Order.
Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering  Neatly  Done.
R.   lyicCUTPHEON
FIRST STREET, NEAR CITY HALL
SJpEwttmj&m
Prints more live Boundary news than
any other paper published in the
district. The price of Tiik Sun is
only $1.00 per year—one-half the cost
of itH competitors. Tiik Six is never
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest. TllK Sl.N is acknowledged lo be «>ne of the brightest
papers published iu thc interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by calling al theoffics
of publication.
Tiik Kvknim; Si;\ and the Toronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
81.(H) per year iu advance.
Tiik Iakninw Sd.V, The Winnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, $2,00 per year in
advance.
Thk Sun is read by everybdy he
cause it prints all the Boundary news.
Special Old Port -SI per gallon.
fjiioil lint i ling Works.
NY iivnlliihle Dominion Lands within the
Railway Hplt nf Hritish Columbia maybe
homesteaded hy any person who is the bead
of a family, or nny male over eighteen years
of nam, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must he mnde personally at the local
land office for the district in which the lnnd
Is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform
the conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plnim:
(1) At lenst six months' residence upon and
cultivation ofthe land in each year for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), of the homesteader resides upon »
farm in tiie vicinity of the lnnd entered for,
the requirements ns to residence may li»satisfied hy such person residing with the futher
or mother.
(it) If the settler has his permanent residence unon farming land owned liy him in
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements hs to residence may he satisfied hy
residence upon the said land .
Six months' notice in writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
ut Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal -Coat mining rights mav he leased
for a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1.00 per acre. Not more than
2,1.150 ncres shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five cents
per ton shall he collected on the merchantable coul mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.M. -Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not he paid for.
R. L. MILES
SECOND-HAND STORE
WINNIPEG AND RIVERSIDE AVES.
Rubber Tires for
Baby Carriages
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
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IN THE WORLD.
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.
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ALBERT J. HOME, PUBL1SUEKS,
EXPRESS, DRAYING
AND ALL KINDS OF HAULING
iMirnitui'.' Moving u Specialty.
All orders receive drompt nt>
ten tion.
PETER' HANSEN
ll'iTDI. Phovincr,
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C.
Itecelve both Ladtet and Gentle)  as resident or day students) hiu a complete Com*
merclal or Business Course) prepares stu-
dentsto I'ain   Teachers' Certificates of all
irradesi gives the four years'  irse forthe
B. A. decree, and the first pear of the School
of Science course, in affiliation with tbe Toronto University; has a special prospectors*
course for miners who work in 11 0. in*true*
tion is also given in Art, Music. Phynleal Culture   and   ({locution.    Term   opens Sept.   II,
1908,   for Calendars, eto.. address
COLOMBIAN COLLEGE.
Vmi might as well try to roach
the orb of day by walking on ;i sunbeam as m attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising in any other
medium. m
Come and get a sample FREE
Of my* special blend of TEA,
I think that then you'll surely SEE
It pays to come and buy from ME
We also carry the best lines
ofpkg. tea
m <
d   RC
ROBERT
Phone 12
LAWSON
Second Street
2
^*uW^r*m0
where they have purchased a 20-acre
ranch. Mr. Vaughan has been a
resident of Grand Korks since 1S8C.
For Sale—On Garden street, Grand
Forks, -.room house with 100-foot
lot. Term easy. Geo. G. McLaren,
Heal Estate Agent, Box lio-_, Nelson, IS, c.
Belaseo's "St. Elmo" company is
making a tour of the Northwest and
is the first of the Belasco shows to
play outside the hig centers, and the
manager of the Grand Forks opeia
house is making a special effort to
have this city included in its tour. If
"St. Elmo" comes here ami plays to a
full house—as it is likely to do—it
will prove the open door to all the
other Belasco attractions.
MINING BEOORDS
Following arc the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from March
•JO to April H, inclusive.
CROWN QUANTS
Bystander, Franklin eamp, Jacob
N. Paulsen; Florence, Wellington
camp, the B. C. Copper Co.; Golden
Age, Franklin camp, H. C. Kerman;
Lucky Jack, Franklin camp, H. C.
Kerman, M. M. Kerman, Henry
Wotlin, David Shannon: Shirley
fraction, Summit camp, E. L. Clement; White Bear, Gloucester camp,
If. C. Kerman, M. M Kerman, H.
Wotlin, David Shannon.
CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT
Shelby, Franklin camp, Archie
Chisholm; Nakusp, Franklin camp,
Archie Chisholm and James West;
Ottawa, Franklin camp, James West
and Archie Chisholm; Columhia,
Franklin camp, Archie Chisholm;
Florence, Flanklin camp, Archie Chis-
lioltji G-8, Patrick Maginnis J, and D.
W, Matheson J.
CERTIFICATE OF WORK.
A. B., C. D and E. F., Christina
lake, W. H. Beach.
TRANTFERS.
All of Windfall, Wellington  camp,
James Drum to James M. Doyle.
Molly Pritohard, Wellington camp,
John Buckley, W. S. Page, Mary R.
Nelson, F. M, Kerhy and T. B. May
to James M. Doyle.
All of Athelstan fraction, Wellington camp, John Buckley, W. S. Page,
Mary R. Nelson, F. M. Kerby and
T. B. May to James M. Doyle.
Jackpot, Wellington camp, A. F.
Sanderson and F. Moriarity to James
M. Doyle.
One-half of Ironclad fraction, Wei
ington camp, John Buckley to James
M. Doyle.
All of Jackpot. Windfall, Molly
Pritchard and Athelstan fraction,
Wellington camp, James M. Doyle to
the B. C. Copper Co.
All of Ironclad fraction. Wellington camp, James M. Doyle to the B.
C. Dopper Co.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
S. T. Hull is the new lessee of the
Grand Forks opera house, and he is
making a special endeavor ts secure
more attractions, and of a higher
standard, for the future than have
visited the city in the past. Up to
date eight companies have beeu
booked.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vaughan
and Master Gordon left on Saturday   for   their  home   itl Chilliwack,
John Kavanaugh left for Vancouver on Tuesday.
When you order office stationery
at The Sim job office you can rest
assured that it will be printed with
modern faces of type, and that the
workmanship will be up to the standard of metropolitan work. Our
stock of all kinds of paper and stationery is the most complete in the
Boundary.
EUROPEAN AGENCY
INDENTS   promptly   executed   at
lowest cash prices for all kinds of
British   and  Continental   goods,
including
Books and Stationery,
Boots, Shoes and Leather,
Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,
China, Earthenware and Glassware,
Cvcles, Motors and Accessories,
Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Machinery and Metals,
Imitation  Jewellery  und   Precious
Stones,
Jewellery, Plate and Watches,
Photographic anil Optical Goods,
Provisions and Oilmen's Stones,
etc., etc.
Commission 2J to 5%.
Trade Discounts allowed.
Special Quotations on Demand.
Sample. Quesfrom £*0 upwards.
Consignments oj Produce sold on. Account.
WILLIAM WILSON & SONS
(Established 1814),
2b, Ahchurch Lane, London, E.C.
! Cable Address: ".\nni;aiiii_, London.'
HOTEL   PROVINCE
Bridge Street,
GRAND FORKS, B..C
The brut ami most
RubRtantlal flre-pro'iu
htlilcUnjrili tlieBoiin-
(Inry country. Kp-
oently oonipleted nnd
ii i' \v ly furnished
thronulioiit. Equipped with ull modern
electrical conveniences, ''"iitrnlly locuted. Kirst-uluss ac*
r.oi.nnodutioiiK for the
ravelling public.
Hot and Gold Baths
First-Class Bar, Pool
and Billiard Rooms
In Connection.
E1MIL.   LARSEN,   PROP.
r
Printin
Tke Oliver Typewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please read the lieadline'over again. Then it>
tremendous Rlunlflcanoo will lawn upon yon
An Oliver Typewriter—the standard visible
writer—the mosl highly peri ted typewriter
on the market—yours for 17 cents    day!
Tin- typewriter whyBeconquest|o( tnecoiu-
mental world Is a matter of nistorv —yours rot
17 cents ii ilny!
The typewriter that Ir equipped with scores °r
such conveniences us "The Balance Shift"*"
"The Ruling Dovleal!—"The Double Release"--
"The Locomotivt) Bum-"—-The Automatic
Spacer"—"The   Automatic  Tabulator"—••The
DiMipIH-iiriiiKludlcutnr"
-"The Adjustable I'u-
per Fingers — "The s,-t-
entltlo confound Keyboard"—all
Yours for  17
Gents a Day!
  We announced  this
new sales ultlll recently, jnsi Lo Icel the pulSG of
thc people, simply a small cash payment--
then 17 cents ii day. That tsttlO plan in u nutshell.
The result lum been such a deluge of applications fur machines that we are simply as*
tou tided.
The demand comes from people of Mill classes,
all ages, all occupations.
Tiie majority of inquiries bus come from peo-
leof known financial Standing who were attracted bv the novelty of the pmpos.'nu. An
impressive demonstration of thu immense pop:
ularlty of the Oliver Typewriter
A startling confirmation nf our belief that
the Km oi' Universal Typewriting is ai hand..
A^Guarter  of a Million People
are Making Money with
TI)e -l_
OLIVER
The Standard Visible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter js u money-makei
riglit from the word '%oI" Hnoasyto run lhal
beginners soon get in ihe "expert" class. Knru
as you learn. r,etthe ii.nohiuo ray the 17 cents
a duy—aud all above that is yours.
Wherever you are, there Is work tu bo dune
and money to be made by tiBlng thc Oliver. The
business world is culling for ullver operators.
There are uot enough to supply the demand.
Their salaries are considerably above tiio.se nl
many^clasBCBof workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is the battle cry today, rte have made
the Oliver supreme ln usefulnesiand absolutely
Indispensable In business. Now comes the con
quest of the home.
The simplicity and strength ofthe Ollvurlit it
for family use. it Is becoming au important
factor in the home training of young people.
Au educator us wcil as a monev maker.
Our new selling plan"puts the Oliver on the
threshold of every home in Ameriea. Win vou
close the door of your home or olilce nn thin re-
mui-kable Oliver oiler?
Write Kir further details of our ensv oiler and
a free copy of the uew Oliver catalog.  Ad< rem
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter BtliMlny,
CHICAGO. ILL.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mines
for 1905, 1906  and for the past week:
1907
Granby Mines, Phoenix  613,537
Snowshoe. Phoenix  135,001
Mother Lode, Deadwood  208,321
B. C. Mine, Snmmit  1,712
Emma, Summit  18,274
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp  14,481
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood  	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix  43,295
1909
1,007.983
170,360
350,433
8,953
Past Week
22.615
2,700
9,500
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
BECAUSE
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
300
Idaho," Phoenix.
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan ,	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp....
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp.
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
649
10,740
3.802
530
120
90
65
ICO
32
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
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WE PRINT
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.
390
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Total, tons  1,148,237
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,020
B. C. Copper Co.'b Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,439
1,598,715       35,115
GOOD PRINTING
!—the kind  we do—is  in   itself   an
advertisement, and a trial order
^ 0MH Otwill convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best.    Let us estimate on vour order.    We guarantee
satisfaction.
W. 0. CHALMERS
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
FRUITS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARS
ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks \
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Palace Barber Shop i
ior Hotline a
Kazor Hotline a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor!
1st Dooh North op Granby Hotel,™
First Struct.
40
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
1,043,887
311,270
22.175
10,885
TotalTreated      1,133,017     1,384,107
32,5ii()
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly. Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tblf.piio_.i_ A129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANl
Rutiikkfoko Bros., Props.
Tbadc Marks <
Designs
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imuam li probably pater'-"
1 lonl ntrlotlr ootid dcntraL.^.
Nam* or Company.
(Iranby CoiiHi.liiluti.il —Copper.
C'trilioo-McKhiney—Oold  _.
Providence-Silver WS9SSS
Con. Copper-Copper     1,000,000
BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.
. DIVIDKNDS	
Authorised .--hhahkh—.       Paid   Total to    l.ntest      Per
I'liliitnl.    Imttied. 1'ur.       1906.       Dute.       Dute.   Share
.tl5,IK*I.IK»      lilj.lKHI  JUKI   *1,620,000 $_,.M'.\lMI Hen. !'.*«   *8.00
1,250.000   1,25(1,01)0     II          M8.S3, Keb. IW4     .0
       -   SSJBI Sept. 1906     .50
201.200 Sept. 1901      .00
lent free. (/Most agency for ac
Patent* tafceo through Hal
!•>_ rial notice without obnnre, I
Scientific Jlmerlcait
" 81000
.503.000
*5
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A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest ctrj
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Camilla, *'i.75 n yoar. fortune prepaid.   Sold «
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