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Sun.
Eighth Year---No. 41.
Grand Forks, B. C, Saturday. August 14, 1909.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
MANY METHODS
Fourteen Approved Ways of
Using   Water  for
Irrigation
Delegates to Irrigation Congress Witness Practical
Demonstrations
Fourteen approved methods of
irrigating, adapted to practically
every kind of land and the various
tree, root and vine crops, was dem -
onstrated on a fifteen-acre tract in
the Spokane valley near the city
limits in connection with the seventeenth session of the National Irrigation congress, which was held in
Spokane this week. The purpose
was to afford the delegates and
visitors to the congress an opportunity to study the best known means
of supplying moisture by artificial
means to orchards, berry and sugar
beet fields, vineyards and hay and
grain lands. There were also demonstrations by manufacturers of apparatus used in modern irrigation.
Ten acres of land had been set aside
for displays of machinery.
Porous Tile Pipe—What is considered by experts to be the acme
o'scientific irrigation and at the
s.une time the most economical
method was shown in the use of
porous tile pipe laid under the
ground. The principle is the antithesis of drainage in that the pores
and joints of the pipes give out sufficient water to supply the plant life
above them. This plan is declared
to be practicable in supplying moist*
u e for fruit trees, vegetables, berries
and almost every kind of product,
the advantage being that the water
carried by the pipes is discharged
directly below the roots of the
plants, instead of on the surface of
the soil.
In comparison with the foregoing
plan there was shown the primitive
method, practiced by irrigators before it was learned how to distribute
water economically and to the best
advantage. No grading or levelling
was done on this tract; in fact, in
contour   it  was   as   Nature left it.
that the water is absorbed without
moistening the surface. This meth-
I od is advantageous where soil has a
tendency to bake or become crusted
after watering.
Two tracts showed the practicability of watering steep land in open
ditches. The inclines on one tract
was from 30 to 45 degrees. The
other Bhowed the terrace system,
water being dropped from one terrace to the other. It was demonstrated that land can be irrigated by
this plan without washing or erosion.
One form of corrugation system is
applied to soil where the land slopes
in more than one direction, the
ditches being made to follow the natural contour, which needs no grading. Water is supplied through one
box and tbe ditches spread out in
fan-shape over the land.
Another plan of the so-called corrugation idea, best adapted to sugar
beet, alfalfa and grain lands with a
gentle slope, shows water distribu
tion by means of V-shaped ditches
or rills, 2% inches deep and about
18 inches apart. The marginal dike
or basin system of irrigation shows
ditches built surrounding the tract
of varying Bize running from one
acre to ten acres in area To practice tbis method successfully the land
must be level or have only a gentle
slope. Sufficient head may be had
in the water itself to cause it to
spread over the land.
Dike System—On another tract
was the dike system, which follows
the natural contour of the land.
! This method is adapted to ground
with aslope, but is not practical for
level land. It is similar to the side
dike system, but the first cost is less
and the results not as sntisfactoty.
The side dike system is used to
best advantaae on ground with a
uniform slope. The method is to
build dikes 100 feet apart from 8 to
12 incheB high, depending upon the
character of the soil. Water is taken
from the head ditch and spread in a
sheet over , the area between the
dikes. The surplus passes into a
ditch and is carried to the next area.
Sprinkler Plan—This method calls
for spray sprinklers arranged be
tween the trees or vegetable rows and
so placed that they water all of the
ground. This system can be used
only where water is supplied under
pressure.
Open   Flume   System— Another
SUMMER PRUNING
Provincial Fruit Expert at
Nelson Advices Apple
Growers
Gives Various Methods of
Destroying Green
Aphis
system is to distribute water to each
Water was taken totbe highest point. tr(Joinanopen flum(J    The   water
on the land to distribute itself over j *8 81jpp|ied Jnm , heafJ ditch    Thl,
the ground.    The idea in this was to, *8 8i|nihlr t0 the p,p*Dg metbo(] to ,
show waste of water  and   soil   by j divitluili tree8, hut iu it waste of  wa-
washing and erosion. j ^ though ,h(, ^ (|f in8ta||ation is
Piping to Every Tree—The   indi-; •
vidual system,   also   demonstrate.!, 	
calls for piping water to every   tree. I PERSONAL
To make it effective the <vater   must [ 	
have a head. The pipe, which  may ;    Mrs. J. A. Gilker and  children, of
be small, is run to within three feet | ^"^S!'^^^'™ J""" n..°f
of a tree to discharge water in a circular ditch or basin built around the
tree. This method is desirable in
districts where a small amount of
water is desired to a large amount
of irrigating. There is no loss from
evaporation or seepage, and only the
ground in which the tree grows receives the water. The cost of installing this Bystein is much larger than
for the open ditch or flume system,
but the difference is soon made up
on the cost of water, where it is paid
for by the acre-foot.
Open Ditches—Sub-irrigating by
means of open ditches was also
shown.   The  ditches  are of  such
Mrs. Gilker's   sister,   Mrs. T. F. Curran.
D. P. McCalluin left last Monday
for New Westminster, where he will
till an engagement as one of the teachers in the public school.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Austin left
for their future home in Anaconda,
Mont., last Monday.
Mrs. Peter B. Nelson, of Field, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Henderson.
H. C. Cook, of Vernon, is filling
Mr. Plumber's position in the Royal
bank while the latter is enjoying his
annual vacation.
M. S. Middleton, assistant horticulturist for the Kootenay district,
who has been posted in Nelson by
the provincial government in order
to assist the fruit growers and ranch
ere in the district by giving them
advice on horticulture and kindred
subjects, and, by making a study of
conditions, to arrive at some conclusion as to the best varieties of fruit,
etc., for growing in the Kootenays,
has just returned from a trip through
the Slocan country, says the Nelson
News. He states that the growers
are now giving most of their attention to the coming apple crop. He
had been making a tour of the
Kootenays and had been advising
the ranchers to make a special point
of summer pruning as opposed to
cutting back the trees in winter. Up
to the present it had been the practice of local horticulturists to go in
for winter pruning almost exclusively, and while ihis method was not
without its advantages, it had a ten
dency to promote a too exuberant
growth of wood. On the other hand,
summer pruning had the effect of
producing fruit carrying spurs. By
nipping back the twigs according to
their strength the sap was forced into the lower buds and energy was
stored up in them in preparation for
tbe spring blossoms.
From now on to the beginning of
September was quite the best time
for pruning apple trees. If the cutting back of tbe terminal growth
was left to the late fall or winter all
the energy of tbe trees was tnkpii up
by these terminal shoots and the
lower buds lay dormant and unproductive. The result was that long,
lanky trees, producing fruit only at
their extremities, were far too general in this province. There were
some varieties of apples, such as the
Northern Spy, to which this applied
particularly, but his experince and
training hud taught him that summer pruning is thc most advantageous in every case, no matter what
kind of apple was under cultivation.
Another advantage of summer pruning was that the ingrowing shoots
could be more easily and successfully cut back so that Ihey too became fruit producers. These shoots
thould be pruned about four inches
in length. Mr. Middleton believes
that if this plan of summer pruning
is adhered that the trees after tbey
reach an age of about live years wi
need very little attention witn the
knife, apart from cutting back the
ingrowing branches. Thc terminal
growth would be almost wholly
checked by the effect of thc amount
of fruit produced on the lower
branches.
In making his last tour of the district Mr. Middleton noticed that the
green aphis was somewhat prevalent.
This could be done away  with to a
mer pruning, as the fly was to be
found in almost every instance on
the terminal and ingrowing branches, generally on the former. If the
pruner when doing his work carried
a sack with him he could throw the
tips of the branches into it and then
burn them, aphis included. In very-
bad cases tbe trees should be sprayed
with Blackleaf mixture, one part to
70 of water, or with the ordinary
whale oil quassia mixture.
Mr. Middleton is an advocate of
fall spraying with full strength lime
and sulphur solution or double
strength Bordeax mixture, in preference to winter or spring spraying,
owing to the prevalence of black spot
or Oregon canker, the spoors of
which mature and start to grow in
the fall.
A
Fife Mines Being Steadily
and Systematically
Developed
Assay Office and Other Mine
Buildings in Course of
Construction    .
NEWS OF THE CITY
A meeting of the Kettle Valley
Farmers' Institute will be held in
the city hall next Tuesday evening,
August 17th, at 8 o'clock. Mr.
Joseph Tweedle, of Stoney Creek,
Out., will speak on "Nature Studies
as Applied to the Orchard." Mr.
Scott Galloway will make his report
as a delegate to tbe National Irrigation Congress, just closing in Spokane. Other matters of great importance to the valley will come up.
Every one is invited.
The public school will re-open on
Monday, August 23.
Mr. John Simpson, M.A., of this
city, has been appointed principal
of the Enderby high school at a
salary of §1200 a year. He will
still hold his fruit land here, however, and his intention is to have
12U0 fruit trees planted next spring.
Wm. Wilson, an employee of the
Riverside Nurseries, was seriously
injured last Sunday in a runaway,
which occurred near W. J. Brown's
place, east of tbe city. Wben found
he was unconscious, and was removed to the hospital in this city.
His injuries consisted of a deep
wound, about four inches in length,
above the right eye, and some minor
bruises. He will be out of tbe hospital in a few days.
A scaffold, on which City Engineer Reid was working, gave way
in the new Davis block last Monday,
and be fell to the iloor, sustaining
injuries which confined him to his
home for a few days.
The basement and foundation for
Frank Hartinger's new Grand Forks
otel were completed yesterday, aud
A remarkable showing is reported
to have been uncovered at the Fife
Mines, Ltd., at Fife, in the course of
recent development at a point known
as the "glory hole." It is stated
that for a distance of some twenty-
five feet across, clear gold-copper ore
is shown up, with a body of copper
carbonates lying midway, which has
yielded results on assay of from $24
to $33 per ton. The clean ore assays
from $14 to $18. Several carloads
of this ore have now been mined
and are all ready for shipment, the
road from the railway to the dumps
having been completed. The main
tunnel is now in a distance of 550
feet and for the last 75 feet has been
in ore of shipping grade. At the
station, where a winze has been commenced, the first stope is being
opened up, and on the first shots being put in the showing of ore was a
very beautiful one, extending in all
directions. Fifteen men are now
employed, and new buildings are
rapidly being erected. An assay
olliee, fully equipped, has just been
installed, with Mr. Hannay, of Rossland. in charge. Work is being
pushed with all possible speed, and
as occasion requires the force is being increased.
W. J. Pearson and Arthur Hender
sou left on Wednesday for Vancouver ' very large extent, he states, by sum
MINING RECORDS
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee at
Grand Forks, 15. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from August
G to August 13, inclusive.
RECORDS OK LOCATIONS
Phoebe Ann, Christina lake, J. F.
the woik of laying the cement blocks I Sandner; Helen Jane, head of Ohris-
has been started. j ti,m  ^   c[)ag Sandner;   Goidt.„
Born—In Grand Forks, on Mon- Zone, Gloucester camp, relocation
day, August Uth, to Mr. and  Mrs. | uf Index, Thes. Newby.
CERTIFICATE  OP   WORK
Florence, Wellington camp, B. C.
Copper Co., survey; Gloucester fraction, Gloucester eamp, Kcrmnn et
al.; Doris fraction, Gloucester camp,
Kerman et al.; St. Paul fraction,
over a course from the foot of the I Thunder Hill camp, Chas. E. Ham-
lake to Texas point and return. ilton; llockford, Thunder Mill camp,
Mr. Criddle, of Victoria, govern* |K* N* Ml,a8. Jim llil1 ■•'••■••■•"|.
ment architect, was in the city this Thunder Hill camp, Chns. F. Dielh-
week looking over the situation in I er; Ruth, Hardy mountain, I'.
regurd   to   the  proposed new court jjyrne
CONVEYANCES.
M. Schafer, a son.
A race will take place between J.
A. Bertois' and E. Spraggett's 12*
horsepower gasoline launch Dreadnaught and Ole Johnson's steam
launch, White Lady, at Christina
lake  tomorrow.    The   race will   be
bouse here.
Dr. Kingston is the owner of thc
latest automobile that has arrived
in the city.
Born—In Grand Forks, on August 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. MacDonald, a daughter.
The bricklaying on the new Davis
block is now nearly completed.
For Sale—Complete household
furnishings.   Apply to W. H. Itter.
For Rent—To suitable toiicnt,
residence of Judge W. 11. P. Clement,
on hill west of city, across G. N. Hy.
tracks; partly furnished. Apply on
the premises.
All of Florence, Wellington camp,
J. J. Bassett and G. C. Hawkins to
David Oxley.
All of Prince fraction, Wellington
camp, David Oxley to B. C. Copper
company.
All of Florence, Wellington camp,
David Oxley to B. C. Copper company.
CROWN OI1ANT8
Greonwood, Pass creek, Seymour
Bireb.
CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT.
May, Summit camp, 1. J. Evans. JOHN   D. SPENCE
BARRISTER.
SOLICITOR. ETC.
GREENWOOD, B. C
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Address cell eotnm'untoatlons to
The Kvksino Sun,
PlIOSB  1174 GtlANU FOBXSe B.C.
heart-to heart conversntioo with
himself on the folly nf gulping down
too much red wine, but wns afraid
to talk to himself leer fear his family
might question bis sanity. After a
few minutes' meditation he went to
the phone innl culled up his own
number. The monologue curtain
lecture he gave himself over the
wires is said to li ive been highly
cntertaiuing, as well as instructive.
Steel on the Vancouver, Vii toi'ia
& Eastern railway reached llecllev
Thursday, J. .1. Hill is now the
idol of the Similkauieen,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1*1, 1909
COMMENT
The signs of a provincial elecsion
this fall are accumulating. One of
the surest indications is. that the
Liberal politicians have begun a still
hunt for the few remaining members of the party.
Gus Pnrker went lishing in one of
the numerous streams up the North
Fork last Sunday, He incurred the
expense of importing a ppeoial photographer and n lish of gigantio proportions for the occasion. But when
he reached the fishing grounds he
found that the imported fish wns too
large for the creek. And this is the
true reason why lish stories, attested
hy photographic exhibits, have been
scarce during the past week.
PERSONAL
The Sun Inst week took occasion
to state that there would be an average crop of the standard varieties
of fruit in the Kettle valley this
fall. We have no apologies to offer
for making this statement, because
it was made after a personal inspection of some of the orchards. By
standard varieties we did not intend
to include peaches, apricots, oranges,
lemons, dates, figs, guavas, pineapples, bananas and coconuts, because are tropical and semi-tropical
fruits, and can only be successfully
grown in the vicinity of Neepawa.
Iu the Kettle valley they have yet
only reached theexperimental stage
If our contemporary has any judgment, good, bad or indifferent, it
should use some of it occasionally,
and not devote all of its time to the
correction of some of its blunders
and the dissemination of bogus railway news.
A resident of the West end a few
days ago took a drop or two more
than was good for his constitution.
He suddenly became seized with re* I
morse, and wanted to engage   in  a
Prof, and Mrs. L. 0. Austin, of
Houghton, Mich., who have been visiting Mr. anil Mrs. A. B. W. Hodges
for I lie past three weeks, left last Saturday for the coast. Their trip east
will he made via Salt Lake City and
Denver.
F. M. Kerbv and Scott Galloway
are attending the National Irrigation
Congress in Spokane this week as
delegates from the Kettle Valley
Farmers' Institute.
V. Kistler, district freight and passenger agent of the Great Northern,
made a business trip tn Spokane and
Fernie thss week.
Geo. T. Moir, local C.P.R. station
agent, returned last .Monday from a
two weeks' outing on the Arrow lakes.
J. S. Jost, of the R. C. Telephone
company, left today for a two weeks'
vacation trip to the coast cities.
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Crosby and
children left on Wednesday fur a two
months' visit to Kansas.
Percy Clark i.s spending a two
weeks' vacation at the Seattle exposition and the coast cities.
Prof. Craig, of Cornell university, is
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Burrell.
Mrs. Wm. Bunting and family
moved from Columbia to Bossland
this week.
62&. per acre cash
and 62l2c. once each
year thereafter
secures you aBRITISH COLUMBIA FARM in the
British Columbia Southern; Columbia and Kootenay
and Columbia and Western Railway Companies' Land
Grants. These Farm Lands eminently suited for the
raising of
Fruit, Grain or  Stock
and may be purchased on these EASY RERMS from
CANADIAN  PAcFfIC  RAILWAY
who are looking for Settlers for this part.
Timber Lands of the Ihiehest chtracter, situated in
these Grants, are offered for sale in blocks of from
640 acres upwards.
Shipping Facilities Unsurpassed,       Easy Transportation
Apply to the address as shown on the attached
coupon for Maps, Application Forms,
Regulations and Literature.
EUROPEAN AGENCY
IN DENTS promptly executed at
lowest cash prices for all kinds of
British   and   Continental   goods,
including
Books and Stationery,
Boots, Shoes and Leather,
Chemicals and Drugists' Sundries,
China, Earthen ware and Glassware,
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods,
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
Furniture and Upholstery,
Hardware, Macliinery anil Metals,
Imitation  Jewellery  and   Precious
Stones,
Jewellery, Piute and Watches,
Photographic and Optical Goods,
Provisions ami Oilmen's Stones,
etc., etc.
Commission -' U* 5%,
Trade Discounts allowed*
Special Quotations on Demand.
Sample Cases Jvotn £\Q upwavds,
CoMignmcnts of Produce sold on Ac
count,
WILLIAM WILSON & SONS
(Established 181*1),
25, Abchurch Lane, London, E.G.
Cable Address; "Axnuaihk, London."
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder S Architect
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE i
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Purlieu intending lee build wl.l do well tee con-
Mill me.
Mr, and Mrs. Burns have  returned
from the Seattle exposition.
Mrs. Millward left on  Wednesday
for Vancouver.
The August Home Journal
Thirty-two pages of select reading
including new fashions, short stories,
and beautiful illustrations, make the
August issue of the Home Journal the
best ever published of that progressive woman's magazine.
Special articles and illustrations on
"The Pure Milk Campaign" tellabout
the splendid work being done in the
vicinity of Toronto. "Regatta Day in
St. John's, Nlld.." is a graphic description of one of the greatest celebrations of that ancient colony. It is
written by Lady Gay and is in her
best style.
The second big instalment of the
serial, "The Mystery of Barry Ingram," will doubtless be read with interest by those having read the opening chapters of this absorbing mystery
story in the July issue.
"Wild Flowers of August" will be
closely read by those interested in nature study. Agnes Norton has contributed "East is East and West is
West." It takes one back to the days
when warships and sailors made life
happy in Halifax.
The "Household Hints" and "Culinary Conceits" pages are brim full of
interesting notes. "Cabbages and
Kings" and "But That's Another
Story" arc in a lighter vein and the
splendid illustrations and descriptive
mutter of fashions for young and old
help to make tho August issue tho
largest ten cents' worth over ottered to
Canadian women. The special fall
fashion number will be out August 25.
Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to bo read at a
glance.
CERTIFICATE   OF    IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
urns
8C
o.,Ltd. f
Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats
Pork, Chicken and Fish
Game and other Delicacies in Season
First Street, Grand  Forks,   B. C.
&i\p* ————
H. E. WOODLAND
5HER     /
CASH SALE
W. A. THRASI-
To  clear out a /
number of   ODD
LINES in our STATIONERY DEPARTMENT, we will  hold A GENUINE
DISCOUNT SALE at ITIER'S OLD STAND.   Don't
miss this opportunity.   Strictly Cash.
*   Sale Commences Aug. 9, Ending Ang. 14
WOODLAND & CO.    %
IIONERS \
PHONE 13
N
DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS
ii ii ir
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office.
THE
COPPER^
HANDBOOK
New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
ts a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a pracical book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of the coppes
industry.
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
man. It gives the plain facts in plain
English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 4636 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the propel ty.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
s Standard Reference
Bonk un Copper
The mining man needs the book for
the facts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt
tup; $7.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
45.S Postoffice Block,
Houghton, .Michigan.
are urged to take up these studies regardless of the degree of their education, as the papers are not valued
from an educational or literary standpoint, but from the point of view of
the cogency of their reasoned ideas.
FOR   SALE
7 ACRES
OK GOOD LAM) for
Bale cheap: »!1 cleuml,
fenced uml In rrop—po-
 tatoeSiOorn, etc., etc.;
120fruittre s; small hotiBe, aonie furniture.
chicken house Incubator find poultry, horse
and [mplenteutn< good wall uml pump. Apply this'iffiee.
AHAA H'H.^i' AM'Uil lot ;:nx
mTHll 1W,; "a story house, wood
J?J   ■   UU   shed, {rood Well nml pump;
m*W ■ ^*w ^Lw centrally located. For
lull particulars apply at The Sun oflice.
^eWonder
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.
oTWrs. Ida Barnum
Downey's Cigar Store
A COHPLBTE SroilK OF
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh (lonilgntnent of
Confectionery"
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
I. X. L. Minora! Claim, situate lu the
Grand Forks .Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located: In Franklin camp.
TAKK NOTICK that 1, James McArdle Free
Miner's Certificate No. B26128, for myself
and as agent for Frank McFarliuie, Free
Miner's Certificate No. HW89»; John McLaren,
Free Miner's Certificate No. HUSHfl; Peter
Wolf, Free Miner's Certificate No. KiMISfi, arid
A . L. W liitcsiile. Free Miner's Certificate No.
ll'-'iHMl, intend, sixty days from the date
hereof) to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Impoveinent* for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt ofthe
above olaim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 87, must be commenced before the
issuance of suoh Certificate of Improvements.
Mated this 13th day of August, A.D. 1909.
JAMES MoARDLE
1909 cTWODELS tf
Bicycles and
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SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS
BY REV. DR. LINSCOTT
FOR. THE INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER
BIBLE STUDY CLUB.
(Copyright 1909 by Rev. T.   S.  Lin-
acott, D.D.)
Sunday, August 22, 1909.
Paul's Third Missionary Journey—
The Riot   in   Ephesus.   Acts xix:23
XX'.l.
Golden Text—Ho suid unto me, My
grace is sufficient for thee, for my
strength is made perfect in weakness.
II Cor. xii:9.
Verses 23-27—Does the successful
presentation of truth always mean a
war with evil?
When the general welfare of the
people is injured by the business of the
few, is it or not the duty of the state
to make such business illegal.
Can you give examples where the
spread of Christianity, as in this case,
has closed up injurious business enterprises?
What is the general influence of
Christianity upon business enterprise?
Should a worker for God cease his
efforts if he sees he is hurting some
person's business?
If the spread of Christianity hurts
a class of business men, should we
compensate the losers? |
If Demetrius himself had become a
Christian, would it have been in his
business interest in the long run?
Can a man be true and honorable
who protests, for business reasons,
against the application of Christian
principles to the community?
Verses 28-29—How much sense or
reason is there in an excited and angry individual or crowd?
Which is generally the more unreasonable, if not insane, an angry individual or an angry crowd?
Was it the danger to their business,
or their religion, which most stirred
the anger of these people?
Whicli interest most influences the
average man, his business or his religion?
Who Were Gaius and Aristarchus,
and what influenced their illegal arrest?
Verses 30-31—Should a man risk
his life for ever so good a cause, when
he knows it will do no good?
Should a man ever refuse to risk his
1 life for a good cause if, by so doing,
he can conserve its interests?
What principles should guide us in
running risks for the cause of God,
which is always the cause of humanity?
Was Paul's first impulse right to
rush in among this angry crowd?
When should we, and when should
we not, be governed by the first impulse?
: Verse 32—In the usual riot or mob,
I what proportion of the crowd know
] what tney are contending for?
Verses 33 34—What did Alexander
j want to sav to this mob?
Why did the people crv down Alex-
1 ander?
Can any man reason correctly who
, is blinded by religious prejudice?
Verses 3o 41 —How do you estimate
the character of this to*n clerk?
Are we under as much obligation to
take good advice from a heathen or
an infidel as we are from a  Christian?
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following  table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
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....^	
Lost 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	
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Total Treated	
shipments of  Boundary mines
1007
613,537
135,001
208,321
1,712
18.274
14,481
1008 Post Week
1,032,519 16,2.59
45,956 -2,914
314,029 2,730
65,800
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
5,780
10,740
3.802
530
120
649
'"90
"65
86
40
700
20
55
60
224
"*80
50
(This question must be answered in
writihg by members of the club.)
Who was the goddess Diana supposed to be, and what did her worship
stand for?
Was it superstition pureand simple,
or is there any ground for belief that
the image of the goddess Diana did
fall down from heaven?
Is it ever wise to act when under
the influence of anger or passion?
Does it often happen that one cool
level headed man can disperse a mob?
Chap. xx:l—Do Christians in these
days show the love they have one for
another as they ought?
Lesson for Sunday, Aug. 29, 1909'
—Paul on Christian Love. I Cor.
xiii:l-l3.
Millions for Development
Telegraphic reports state that
$2,000,000 haB been voted by the
London stockholders of the LeRoi
mine at Rossland, to be used in developing the property. Of course it
will not require all of this amount
to make the LeRoi the leading mine
of the camp, but the company's
smelter at Northport is also to come
for a share of the levy in the way of
much needed repairs, and it is presumed work with this end in view
will begin before long. The North-
port smelter, so it is understood, is
to be overhauled from one end to the
other and electrical appliances installed for the more economical
handling of the company's and custom ores.
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