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 Seventh Year—No. 52.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, October 23, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Duncan Ross Addresses Enthusiastic Meeting in
This City
Scores Bowser and Discusses
the Political "Issues of
the Day    :
Mr. Duncan Ross, Liberal candidate for Yale-Cariboo, addressed a
large antl enthusiastic audience of
the electors of the city aitd surrounding country in the Grand Forks
opera house last Friday evening
The size of the audience was only
limited by the capacity of the house.
Tbe singe hail been 'elaborately decorated, antl lithos of the king and
Sir Wilfrid Laurier were prominently displayed in the foreground.
Mr. Ross-Craddock acted as chairman of the meeting, and introduced
the speakers, who were limited to
Mr. Ross and  Mr. Mclnnis, M.P.P.
Mr. Ross spoke for over an hour,
and gave a very clear-cut address,
dealing wilh all the issues of the
present campaign in which his constituents arc interested. Some of
die Conservatives in the audience
persisted in occasionally asking
questions, which he did not shrink
from answering, and his explanations were convincing to all but
those who had made up their minds
not to listen to reason.
The speaker, after concluding his
introductory remarks.depreeated the
methods employed by the opposi
tion in the present campaign. The
cry of scandal was the only weapon
used. A party with nothing but
unsubstantiated scandals for a platform had never yet won an election,
anil these tactics would not win this
year. When the Liberals were in
opposition they made their charges
on the floor of the house, proved
them, and drove the accuied from
public life.
Mr. Ross said the Conservatives
charged him with not keep his preelection promises. He challenged any
man to cite a single pledge made
four years ago which had not been
faithfully kept. He had promised
the people of the Boundary country
ruilwuy competition; the Great
Northern was here, lie hail promised the people of the Okanagan
nnd Siniilkenieen districts railway
communication with the outside
world: the fight he had made
in tbe bouse nn this question wns a matter of record,
nnd the Great Northern wns now extending its line through this territory n.» rapidly as possible. He
had promised that there should be
no discrimination between the cities
of I Ireenwood in regard to appropriations for federal buildings; the
appropriations had been made, and
tbey were identical. Now the Conservatives of this city were circulating the report that tho appropriation was merely a campaign dodge,
and that it would be withdrawn
after the election. If the people
of Grand Forks did not want to
necept his assurance that it was bona
fide, surely an act on the statute
books of Canada should count for
something.    He assured   his   audi
ence that even now the plans w
j being prepared for a #30,000 federal
building in Grand Forks. In Vernon the same reports had been circulated, bnt now, since actual construction work had been Started
on thc building there, the Tories
had been forced to abandon these
doubting lactius.
Mr. Ross snid the Liberal government was charged with giving awny
large tracts of land to political,
friends. He quoted figures to show
that life Conservatives were the real
offenders; enumerating many instances of gifts of fifty thousand
square acres by the late Tory government when iu power. Only the
highest bidder nad secured limits
from the present government, and
the records would prove it. The
Borrows' laud deals were also discussed.
The cry of a white British Columbia by the Conservatives was ridiculed by the speaker. The Oriental question had been an issue during tbe entire Conservative regime.
A tax of 850 on tbe Chinese immigrants by the Conservative government had been increased to $500
since the Liberals came into power.
He denounced Hon. W. J. Bowser
for duplicity in connection with the
importation of Orientals, and read
Mr. Bowser's denial to charges made
and his (Ross') challenge to meet
him in Greenwood or on any other
public platform during tiie Dominion campaign. "I repeat the
charges," said Mr. Ross, "and am
prepared to prove them. I have
been in the constituency two months
now and would like to meet Mr.
Bowser. If my charges ure true
then he has no rignt in publio life;
if the charges are not true, then I
have no right in public life. If the
charges are true, the Law society
should take away Mr. Bowser's
gown for unprofessional conduct,"
Mr. Ross accused Mr. Bowser of being solicitor (und drawing up contract) for a company organized to
import 50,000 Orientals for tbe C.
P.R., and which he published in
tbe Vancouver Province a day previous to tbe last provincial election,
purporting to be a scheme by tbe
Dominion government for securing
cheap labor for the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway, and which was so
well concoclul that even staunch
Liberals believed il nml voted
Conservative, "Had the angel Gabriel," snid the speaker, "been running on the Liberal ticket he could
u»it hnve been elected ill the face of
such a charge."
Mr, Ross dealt with the Grand
Trunk Paciflo railway at length.
He dwell on the great possibilities
of the road in developing   the   Do-
Eoad Tax Must Be  Collected Within Thirty
Kettle Valley Line Desires
. to Make Repairs to
Its Depot
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city counoil was held in the
couneil chambers Monday evening,
Mayor Fripp ami Aid. Clark, Miller.
McArdle, MoCallum, Rutherford
nnd Woodland being present.
A communication from the C.P.R.
ollieials, in reply to the council's
complaint that the crossing near the
Keltic river is a menace to life and
limb, stated that the matter would
be investigated.    Ordered filed,
T. P. O'Farrell wrote from Rossland asking the council to/cite specific instances wherein the 'map
which he recently drew for the eity
is incorrect. On million, the clerk
wns instructed to notify Mr. O'Farrell that if the map is not completed
forthwith, the couneil havethe work
done and the cost of it will be
charged up to him.
The chairman of thc board of
work reported that the Kettle Valley line bad applied for permission
to repair the Third street depot to
within 20 per cent of its cost, and
the board had refused to grant the
The chairman of the health and
relief committee reported a ease of
destitution—a man suffering .from
tuberculosis. As it was a worthy
case, the committee recommended
that the council assist the man to
reach some sanitorium. Referred
back tjj the health and relief committee, with power to act.
The chaiinian of the water and
light committee reported that the
city engineer hail nearly completed
checking up the hydrants, and that
the water pipe across the river
would be laid in a few days.
Besides authorizing the payment
ofthe past month's'accumulation of
accounts, the finance committee
recommended that, the couneil have
the land occupied Ihe water lank
Surveyed; that the proposed public
hospital be given a certain amount
of free water and light, ami also free
shade trees; that the salary of Miss
Itla LaBlauc, ns assislnnl to the city
clerk, be increased from 950 to $65
per  month, and that the chief of
minion.    When completed it would      ,• '  ,     ■    ,     ,   , , '      	
1 ; police be instructed to  collect  all
be the best transcontinental rood on
the American continent. Besides
being 250 miles shorter from the
Atlantic to the Pacific than any
other transcontinental line,the western terminus was 2-6U miles nearer to
In' refused a private citizen. Mr.
Whiteside replied that the roof of
building would be constructed of
lire-proof material, and he contended that the cost of tbis should not
be included in the 20 percent limit.
The mayor cited the case of the
Windsor hotel as an instanca where,
according to general belief, more
thnn 2p per ceht of the eost of the
building had been expended in repairing it. After a general discussion on the subject, the matter was
referred to tbe board bf works, the
clerk being instructed to notify the
railway coinpany to furnish the
board with an estimate of the cost
of the repairs.
On motion, the members of the
volunteer lire department were given
the right to vote in the next civic
election without the paynent of the
§1 road tnx.
Tin.' extension of the lighting system in the Ruckle addition wns also
discussed, but the council appeared
to lie disinclined lo take any further
action in the matter until the residents.across the river had fulfilled
their pnrt of the agreement.
The council then adjourned.
Twenty Seats Predicted Safe
for Liberals in Prairie
road taxes anil turn the n ey
the city treasury within thirty
The report was adopted.
Mr. David Whiteside, solicitor blithe Keltic Valley lino,  was  present
i fit Ihe meeting and asked permission
the Orient thnn anv  other  port  onl   ■    .     •, ,     ,,       .,
I .-.   ' nt council to allow  the c panv to
the Pacific    I he opposition did not, ,„.■,.,,    ,,., ■  , ,     , ',
II repair tne Third  street   depot at a.
tlnre to come out   in  open  hosli ity I      , _ , , ,  ,„ .   . .;
1 ' I eost not to exeeetl ltd per cent of lis
to the. construction of  road,    ihevl    • .    ,      ,     ,„, ,.   ..
- 'original eost.     Hie application   was
claimed they only quarreled with |
the method of construction. But;
Mr. Burrell had stilted on   the  pub-1
opposed by Aid. Miller ami Rutherford,
ns   they did   not think  the
.. . building could be   repaired   for   20
he lilatlorm that   it   lbe   Conserva-   ■ .    r .,        , ,  . ,
,,, , ...      ,,,,   per cent of its eost,   nnd  to  expend
tives bad been  successful  in   1904     ■, .,, .
, ,    ,    _      ,  .„     ,  'a sum in excess of this amount on
the contract with the Grand   I rank  „,   • ,, , ♦        . , ,.       . ...
,,   , repairs would be a violation of the
would  have been ■ .        , ,,     ,.      ,••,,,
^^^_,^_.,   , , - ] provisions of the  lire  limits   bylaw,
rescinded, and the road would never | ^      (,id ^ M
Pacific coinpany
led, antl tlu
(Continued on Piuje Four.)
bey   did not believe  m  granting
' privileges to acorpoiation that would
Hindoos to Be Removed
J. B. Harkin,' of the department of
lbe interior, announced in Vancouver
last week that the government had
solved the Hindu question so far as
the province of British Columbia is
concerned. The entire Hindu colony,
consisting of over two thousand, is to
be moved from British Columbia to
British Honduras. The plan is being
carried out as a result of negotiations
which have been carried on between
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Lord Strathcona,
the Canadian high commissioner in
London, and the governor of British
Honduras. The latter was in Condon recently and personally talked
ever details of tbe scheme with Lord
Mr. Harkin was sent from Ottawa
by Sir Wilfrid, and left last Friday
with two Hindu delegates for British
Honduras to arrange the details of
the colony in Central America. The
Hindus are anxious to move, and the
imperial government will assist in the
cost of transporting them to their new
Scores of members of the Hindu
colony now in the province are not
only out of work, but are actually
starving. .Much siiU'eiing will result
Ihis winter if thev are not moved.
The present plan is to charter two
ships to carry them to Panama and
send them across the isthmus, thenee
to their destination, where Ihey will
be employed building railways in
llritish Iliiinlums.
May Elfiotrify Lines
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, piesident
of the Canadian Pacific railway, who
bus completed a survey of the double*
tracking between Winnipeg and Fort
William, in an interview iu the former eity lasl week, intimated tlmt work
would be started by lbe company in
doubling its trackage between Winnipeg antl the Rocky mountains. Large
expenditures of the added capital of
&50;000,000 made ot the recent annual meeting will be inntle ill carrying
out ibis work, tt is also stated that
tlte coinpany will operate all its lines :
in British Columbia by a system of
electric trains, the current to be gen
crated by watei power,
W. s.   Longhurst, formerly of the
Eastern Townships bank in Phoenix,
has been transferred to the bunk's
branch iu this city.
Hudson Bay Railway Alone
Sufficient to Carry West
for Government
Twenty out of twenty-seven seats
in the prairie provinces is now the
Liberals' confident estimate of the
government supporters who will bo
sent to Ottawa after the 26th to help
Sir Wilfrid Laurier to finish his
work, says a dispatch from Winnipeg. In .Manitoba—Lisgar, Macdonald nnd Souris—all southern
seats, are the only ones now in
doubt; in Saskatchewan only two,
and in Alberta only one, namely,
Last Friday night Mr. Sifton
spoke to the largest and most enthusiastic audience thnt ever gathered
in Dauphin. John Oliver and Mr.
Sifton are conducting a marvellous
campaign, speaking twice each day.
Each is in splendid voice and vigorous in style.
The.Hudson's Bay railway plank
alone would carry tbe West for Sir
Wilfrid Laurier.
Rural Mail Delivery
Last week the "system of rural mail
delivery was put into practical operation on the seven-mile postal route between the city of Hamilton and Iho
village of Ancuster, in Ontario. This
was the small beginning of an enterprise that will soon assume gigantic
proportions. The arrangements had
been made under the direction of Mr,
George Ross, chief postoffice superintendent, and the experiment was completed without a hitch. The narrier
hod to deliver mail matter in thirty-
seven boxes, but he nevertheless
made good time in covering the route.
The system is so simple that there will
be no serious difficulties in administering il, and wiihin n very short time
sewnd other routes in different parts
of the country will be supplies with
delivery facilities.
II lot, in in. The "K Ities" are
coming again. The Highlanders'
entertainment, under ihe auspices ol
the Epworlh Li ague of lbe Methodist
church, will give a clean, high-class
program in the opera house on Monday evening, Oetober 20. Every
number of the concert will be a special feilture, among them being the
"Colonial Choir," in handsome cos-
I fume: a lady humorist, the lady or-
chestrn, and a piper, of thc clan
Macdonald. renowned in Scotland
as their.greatest piper. The prices
will be moderate torn high-class entertainment reserved seats 75
cents, general admission 50 cenls,
and children 25 cents.    Doors open
; at is p.m. As a rush is expected,
people should secure their seats
CHrly. Tickets on sale nt liter's book
store and also from agents appointed
by lbe league. For fuller particulars read the handbills nntl posters
carefully, and be convinced.
Liberal committee rooms have
been opened in X. D. Mcintosh's
building on Second street. Try our
50c pes* lb.
Has a
Fine Flavor
Sold only by
John Donaldson
Phone A30
Columbia Avenue
000 in dividends during  lbe   fiscal
year ending June 30th last.
How does it Iook to you? W. H.
Itter & Co. are selling' 300 to 400-
page Journals arid Cash Books, usual
price 82.50, for 81.00.
Patrick Welch, the railway contractor, says that trains will be running into Vancouver from St. Paul
over the V., V, & E. by next fall.
Beautiful pictures, 1(1x20, usual
price 50c, now 13c—away below
eost—ut W. II. Ittku it Co's.
W. II. Thrasher returned   lo   the1
City from   I'lioenix this week, and
will reside here permanently  in future.
Souvenir Post Cards at W. H.
Itter's only 15c- per doz.
The football club of the city is
clearing ils decks preparatory to going into battle. Up to the present
only on man has been disabled.
GJljp Hunting Bmi
School Exercise Books, usual
price oo each, now 12 for 25c, at VV.
H. Itter's.
Published (it Oriiuil Porks, British Columbia.
(J. A. Kvans Kdtttir antl Publisher
A Hie of this imper ean be seen nt rhe oHIi-e
of Messrs. E. & J. Hardy A Co., 80,81 and 82
Fleet Street, B.C. Loudon. BiMriaud, tree of
charge, uml Hint firm will Im trluil to reooive
subscriptions and adverti.ements on our tte-
BUHScaiexios hates :
One Sonr $1.50
One Year (In advance)  1.00
advertising; rutns fufnlsh? I on em
Lftral nol ires. II) und r> cents per line.
Address all coin in unlca tions to
Tub Evkning Sun,
Phosr R 74 Grand Forks, B.C.
Next Monday night the fight will
be over. Tbe indications are that
tbe verdict of the Canadian people
will be overwhelmingly in favor of
allowing Sir Wilfrid Laurier to
finish his work.
The Laurier gov er urgent is doing
everything it can to make British Columbia a ''white man's country." It
raised the head tax nn Chinese immigrants from $50 to #501), and now arrangements have been made to ship
the Hindus out of thc province.
The Nelson News has now become
so biased in its political views that
about the most reliable reading matter to be found in its columns is the
serial, "The Yellow God," by H.
Hitler Haggard.
Arrangements are being made
whereby the eleclion returns will be
announced from tbe slate between
the numbers at tbe concert nt the
opera house next Monday night.
$5.00 Steel Engravings selling at
$2.50 and $3.50 at Itteu's.
The annual report of the Granby
Consolidated for the liscal year ending June 30th, shows that the company produced 21,126,926 pounds
of copper, nt an average cost of
10.21 cents.
Scratch pads, usual prices 50c a
do/en, now 20c at W. Tl, Ittku's.
The attempt of the weather clerk
during the past few days lo give us
a first elusf imitation of winter
weather bus ended in a dismal failure.
¥3.00 Cut Glass .lugs now only
$1.50 at W. H. Ittkii's.
The Pylhian Sisters will give their
annual ball in the opera bouse on
the evening of Thanksgiving day,
Monday, November 0.
100 Columbia cylinder records,
usual price 35c each, now selling at
$2.00 per doz., at W. H. Itter's,
The British Columbia Timber
company has been organized in Chicago to take over thc timber limits
recently acquired by Chicago capitalists up in the North Pork country. 	
100 disk Victor records, 10-inch,
usual price 75c each, now only $5.50
per doz. at W. II. Ittkii's.
The Graaby company paid $675,-
Since 1904 the number of polling
places in Yaje-Gariboo has increased
by twenty.
Don't get it into your head that
we are just clearing out some of our
slock. We are closing out everything.    W. H. Itter & Co.
The Auditorium was packed to
the doors at Duncan Boss' meeting
in Greenwood  last Saturday night.
If you only knew how cheaply
Purses, Chattelaine Hags, Wallets,
etc., are selling at Ittkii's you Would
make footprints on the sands of time
to procure some.
It is rumored that W. P. Tierney
has secured a two-year contract for
railway building in  the  Boundary.
1 9 ii 8 .
EVERY assignment <>f the rk-lit of n Souili
Afrit'iin Volunteer ewiUed to n land grant
must lie liy way o( appointment oi n substitute
ii nd must in- in tho innn provided by tlm Act
special .attention Isealtrd tn Srtb-seotlon 8 of
Suction r. of ill- Volunteer Bounty Aet,lfl08,
whioh provides thai uoabstgnmeutof the rlgh
nfavolunteer by tl><< appolutmont nf n nub
Mimic shall beaccepted or recognized by tin
Depart men I of  tho Interior   which   is   hot
K\Ki'f l*i;i>' AND    IHTKtJ   AFTER   THK    DATS    OK
THE   WARRANT   1'iU   THE I..\NI> lillANT isMied bv
tlio Mini.-iiT'if Mililln iiiui Dei't'iieu in fuvnr of
the Volunteer.
CommlMtoner of Dominion
Lunds, Ottawa.
•-'Mb September. 1008
Notice is hereby irlvon Unit cm ilir lltli any ol
September, UTO*, n tvns ordered by His Honor
Jutlfto  Browu. Local Judge ol  Ilie 8iir>roina
C t. Unit A, 0. Button, tilllrinl Adultnlstrntur,
bendintlitstrfltorofiillend singular tlm estate
of T, E. Hnrrlson, lonnerly ni Grnnd [forks. B
i'., deceased, lnteslnle. .
Every person Indebted to thf suid del serf Is
required t<- atnfte pilyincnl Forthwith in tbe tin-
ellects lielouglng m tlu- dot sedls roaulrod
forthwith w notify tbo undersigned.
Every ercdflnV nr other persou having any
Claim tipon nr llltcrrsl in I In- dlstribllli f Ihe
estnte of the suin dceessetl I. required before
thnlfithiliiv of Oeober, 1008, in sued hv registered letter, addressed in the linderslguod,hls
inline end address aud lull paitictilars nf hiH
elaim or interest,  und  il slut, nielli nf Ills   account, verified by siatntory declaration and the
security (if ant) ho d hv htm.
Alter the sum huh day of Oetober, 1008, the
Ailmiiililiiilnr will proceed wilh  the distl'tlill-
iiim nf iiii! snid estnte, having regard in those
claims only of which he shall [hen hove had
Duted at Orand Forks, C.C., the lWh  dnv of
September, lues.
Ortlciiil Administrator,
i.1 mul Finks.B, <:.
Guitar Strings flOo a dozen nt  W.
H. Itter's.
The Granby company produce"
300.5D3 ounces of silver, ami 40,e3,9
ounces of gold, during the liscal year
ending June 30th last.
Good milch cow, party Jersey,
and calf for sale.    Apply this oflice'
The Granhy company made a net
profit of $600,522 during the fiscal
year ending June 30th last.
For Sale—100 acres of good
timothy land.    Apply this oflice.
Following are the locations, certificates uf work, hills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government ollitvut
Grand Forks, Ii. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from Ootober
7 to October 22, inclusive.
Lark fraction,  Wellington cnmp,
G. F. Riiulston; Hig  Dick,   Si nit
camp, relocation of Jasper No. 1, 1).
L. Mclntominey and J. 15. Ryan;
luka, Goat mountain, relocation of
Iukn, Frank Hartinger; Hartford,
Goat mountain, relocation of Hartford, Mary Hartinger; Protector,
Goat mountain, Leo Neff; Last
Chance, Goat mountain, relocation
of Last Chance, Mary S. Neff; All
Night, Wellington i p, relocation of All Night, W, W,
Craig; All Night fraotlon, Wellington cninp, K. T. Wiokwire; Lookout,
Franklin cump, Henry Watlin, II.
C. Kennan, David Shannon, G. M,
Fripp, C. A. S. Atwood, II. C. Han-
iggton and Robert Pribilsky; Con-
quor fraction, Summit eamp, 1. .(.
Evans; Ymir, Smelter mountain, relocation of Iron Horse,L. A. Snyder.
Scarburt) Heights, Franklin eamp,
Jiniies Little; Cragalee, Fmnklin
camp, P. T. McCalluin; G. O, P.,
Gloucester camp, 0. A. Mix; Franklin, Burnt Basin, Singer et al,; Nil
Desperandnni, Burnt Basin,2 years,
E. Richardson; Toronto, Wellington camp, F. Godfrey; Wingham,
Wellington camp, E. J. Hale; Winchester, Franklin camp, A„j. Fee;
Blue Grouse, Burnt Basin, McNeely
etal.; Lucky Jack, Black Bear,   Big
B. C. Land Surveyor
PhoneM 8U        Grand Forts, B. C.
Cub and Little Cup fraction, Franklin cnmp, Kerman et al.; Madaleua.
McKinley camp, Morrell et al.; Iron
Chief fraction, Wellington camp,
Simpson et nl.
One-half of Ironclad fraction,
Wellington camp, John Buckley to
James M. Doyle.
One-third of Copper, Franklin
camp, Dan .Morrison to Peter San-
One-third of Whilelail, Franklin
camp, Dun Morrison to Peter Santure.
International Apple Show
Fifty thousand sqeare aeet nf apples
will he on display ut Spokane during
the iinti'iiiui show to he held there
December 7 to 12 inclusive, this year.
It will be the largest collection nf apples ever placed on exhibition, antl to
house them the hig armory building
and an additional structure five times
as great as that of the armory will be
needed. Apples nf all the standard
winter varieties will he included in
this display, mul every style of pack
nnd wrap will he demonstrated.
Such proportions lias the enterprise
taken that the management has found
its original plans entirely disarranged,
It was at first Intended to Imld the
show in the state armory, which is
the largest in the northwest, hat sn
many reservations huve been made for
space iu the various contests lhat tha
management was confronted with ihe
option of limiting the exhibits or enlarging the accommodations. Tho
business men nf Spnkllne promptly
raised §10,000 with which to con
struct additional buildings, und the
enterprise will now he allowed to grow
tti tbe limit of the increased aceom-
Exhibits for the national apple
show nre assured frnm all sections of
tiie country where iipp|cs are successfully grown, Nortli Carolina has established a eoltl storage plant for the
express,purpose nf storing ohice apples for the exposition. Other eastern
states will be represented, though nut
on,so large a scale. The middle west
has promised a number of exhibits in
the carload contest, for which 8100U
in cash is offered the winners.
Michigun, Missouri and Arkansas
will send, individual or district displays, while Colniiulo will have entries in the carload contests, and in
[some nf the box contests.
Most of the entries, however, thus
Dealers in all Kinds tf
Fish and Game in Season
Sfiaye Yourself
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS and Blades always in
stock. Fully guaranteed. Price $5.00. Gillette
Blades, new style, metal case, $1.00; oltl style, 50c.
Telephone 13.
far have come from the northwestern
states mid from British Columbia.
Idaho, Utah and the Oregon districts
will be largely represented iu every
class of contest, and Washington
probably will lead all the states in the
number of exhibits. British Columbia
has appointed agents at Kelowna antl
ither points in the fruit belt to collect apples for the show.
The prizes to date aggregate $35,-
000, including cash, orchard land,
implements and various other kinds of
premiums. It is the intention of the
management to increase the total
prizes to $50,000. Assurances have
been given that the department of
agriculture of the federal government
will send men to act as judges at the
Builder $ Architect
High grade Bicycles. A complete line of accessories. Come
in nnd see the 1908 models,
Wheel repairing.'
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Ladles' and Children's Hosiery
The Leaders in Corsets ffin.y
styles and prices.
Hand-Embroidered Waist Drawn Work
Cushions and Braid Centers
Next to Mclnncfl', llridgo Btoet.
Pitrtfea tuteu
llll llll/.
in: Io build wi.l tin well to con-
Situate In the Orand Porks Mining Division
of Vnl*- DUtrlot,
•Tliere looatedi   in Wellington oampi smith
of  and  adjoining  tin-   Reward   Mineral
TAKK NOTICK Hhii I, It. A. Hendorson, oet>-
iut: ns agent for 0, F. Rati 1st on, Free
Miner's Certificate No, B10087, intend, ilxty
Injufroin tiie dnte hereof, tn apply to tin
Mining Recorder for a Certificate* of Im«
li ..v.-uifio* ioi Mc purpose <>l obtaining a
Urowti Grant of the above olaim.
And Im Hi.'i' tulie notice that uctir itnli'r
aotlon 87,  must  be oommouoed hefore the
lllianoe  <>f  siieh   Certllleate   of   Improve*
Dated thli 15th day of August, A.D. IDOfi,
RxeelMor, Greenwood am! Exohauge Mineral
Olalms, situate in the Grand Forks .Minim.- Division of Yule District.
Where Located] Pass Creek Camp und Emu
«>tOriitfinil Mineral 'laim.
TAKK NOTICK that 1, ll. A. Henderson, ns
agent forHevmour Kirch, Free Minors' Ccr-
Ufictile No. inoT.so, nnd l'. vv. MoHrCaor, Free
Miners' Certillciite No. B10718, intend, *i*ty
days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder lorn Cenliicuteof improvements, for
tbepurposoof obtaining crown grants of the
above rlaims.
And further take notlee that action, under
section ii7, must be commenced hefore tne issuance of such Certlilcnie of Improvements,
Dated at Uraiiii Forks. B.C., ihis 8th I day of
October, A.D. 1008
Downey's Cigar Store
A Complete stock of
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fresh CoimlKiiincnt of
Itecolveil Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
^Artistic Photos
Now is the time to hnve them taken. The only opportunity you will have to secure them this fall will he
The well known Vancouver Photographer next visits
Grand Forks, which will he on
When he will remain for TWO WEEKS ONLY. Anyone desiring first-class work in his line-should not fail
to call on him at
Studio" Winnipeg Ave., the!
■a ^
J. Mammar offers
his House and Lots
on fourth Street for
sale for
Terms to Suit.
Knox Presbyterian Chuiich—
Sabbath serviced at 11 a. hi. anil 7:.'i0 p.
m.; Sabbath school ami Bible ulass at
9:45 a.ta.; Young People's Society <»f
Christian Eitcleavor, Monday, 7:;H0 p.
tn. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wecl-
ncsilav at 8 p.m. All are cordially
invited; scats free.
Methodist Church, Rev, Sohlich-
ter. — Services next Sunday nt 11
a. in. ami 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
ami Bible class at 2:30 p.m. Tne
Epworth (jeague of (!Iiristian tindetivor
meet every Monday overling at 7:'i0.
Everybody will ho welcome.
Baptist Cmmon, Hev. I'1. \V. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. ami 7:80 p. m.j Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
Olive Oil   and   Cucumber,
ti cakes fur 25o.
Oatmeal .Soap, (i cakes for 25c.
Castile Soap, Virgin Brand,
2Uc per Ih.
St^yttt \ 25c a box
And a cumpleto lino (if nil
the well known Soaps and
Tuilet Articles,
•JEAXEDTENPEBlradilressed to the under-
f slEi.ed, nud endorsed " fender for Drede>
Ing U>uI Harbour, "ill be received until
Friday, Kith Ootober, 1908.nl 4..1U P,.M , fur
dredsli.ff required at Coal Barbour, ''an-
oouver. Province of British Columbia.—
Tenders will not bo considered unless
mucin ou the forrn supplied, and signed with
the iieliuil signatures of tenderers.
Speoinoallons nnd form of teudi nn be
obtained on application to fl. A. Reefer
Esq,, resident Bi.ffii.eer. New  Westminster
and   lit   the   Depart It  of   Public Works.
Ottawa. Tendors roust Include the towiucrof
the iihitit to ,v„l (coin the works.   Oulydred'
gesciiii beomployoil wlilol. ni u-lstered In
luiiudu.it ihetl.no of the filing of tenders
Cuutrnalors mnsl I endy to begin woilt
within iweay dnys after the dnto they have
beet, notified of the aoceptaneeof their tender.
An accepted cheque on u oharterou liunli,
payable to the order of the Honouruhle the
.Minister of Publio Works, for one thousand
•li>llurs(SI,ls«I.IHl), must he deposited ns security, the oheque will be returned in case
ot lloli'Uecnilllllice of tender.
lbe Department does not bind itself to incept the lowest or auy tender,
liy Order,
Depnrlmn.it of Public Works.     *  ■    ■   "'"
Ottawa, Ootober 7. bins
i     Newspui s will not he paid for this advertisement  f ihey insert it without authority
from the Department.
(New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190(1.)
Is a dozen hooks in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics nnd finances of
copper. It. is a priicical hook, useful
to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the copper
Its facts will puss muster with the
trained scientists, und 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 -Killf! copper
mines and companies in ull purls of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the property,
The Copper Handbook is conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
liiiiiii on Copper
> are
The miuing man needs thp hool; for
tho facts it (jives him about mines,
mining aud the metal,
The investor needs the hook for the
fnots it gives him nhout   miuing
illg invest nt- and copper   stilt
Hundreds of swindling com
exposed iu plain Englisl
Price is Si, in Buckram with gilt
top; $7.50 in full library morocco,
i Will he sent, fully prepaid, mi approval, to arjy address ordered, ami
may be returned within il week of receipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J.  Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
.       453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Miohigon'
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Bob!-
I ness lot on Winnipeg avenue near
I'he  Sun oflice.    Euquire of Lew
| Johnson.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
iGlobe for 81 per year.
Local advertisers should make a
■note of the fact that Tun tins is the
■most widely read paper in (irand
October -ilst is the last day on
which applications can he mnde far
enrolment on the civic voters' list
with any hope of the applicant being
allowed to vote at. the January elections. The following are entitled to
have their names inserted on the
voters'list for the city for Ihe year
l!)0!): Any llritish snhjecf, mole or
female, of the full age of '21 years, being: (1) An owner of real estate of
the assessed value of not less than
STOUj (2) a resident authorized representative of nn incorporated company
which is the assessed owner of land
and of improvements of land wil bin
the municipality; (3) the owner of a
trade license, the annual fee of which
is not less than So: ( I) a householder
—''householder" shall mean anil include any person of the full age of
21 years who occupies a dwelling,tcne
ment,hotel or boarding house, or any
part of such, and who shall, unless exempt by a municpial bylaw, have paid
directly to the municipality, rates,
taxes, and fees, of not less than $'2 for
the current year. The names of property owners, as above, will be taken
from tiie assessment roll and inserted
on the nil I. Representatives of incorporated companies mnst hand iu
their authority to thc city clerk before
their names can be inserted. License
holders and householders must make
their statutory declaration during this
month ('(Jetober) and band the same
in to the city clerk within 48 hours
after it is nude. All declarations
must he banded in by 5 p.m. ou October ol.
We ure still Offering The Sun nud
tbe Toronlo Weeklv (ilobeund Can
ada Fanner lor SI per year in advance. The illustrated supplcoienl
that accompanies the Globe is worth
twice the money we ask lor ihe two
Vou might us well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam ns to attempt to reach The Sun
readers by advertising In any other
Ru therf ord 8 Mann
Phone 35 P. 0. Box 315
Hotel Qolln
Oppcsile Great Northern Station
p. n. McDONAUn, Proprietor
ltpfptitlv completed and
newly hirnitshetl throtijrb;
nut.   f"(j|ivi»iii«Mitl.v loi'utftl
for railway   men.    Kiist-
luss aoeommodfttioni  for
Grand Forks, B. C.
Of IntorasS To Vlfamea.
^i?o such women as are not seriously out
health! but who have pxacting duties
perform, either in the way, of house-
Id caresYor fn social duties and func-
^\^hi£h\scr!ously tax thoir strength,
urslng mothers, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription has proved a most
valuable BUpfiJrtlng tonic and invigorating nervine.    Ity__tts_Hnu'liv U8C. much
ggrloijs sicknoss^nd   5u3JBaJ5 ESS l)(i
ijvoftleti.   The flrjgjatlng tablgand the
sujrjreong*fa3S wmild.__it-.ls _ Iji-lTr^yTTTT
BOldom )i:tvp|BtiiJii! en plnyed if tins nm*.
vMja^ESS^^ S5 5553
to in good timo. i tho"FavoritePrescrlp-
,in. | tiuiF' has proven a great boon to expectant
motherfl by preparing tho system for the
coming of baby, thereby rendering childbirth safe, easy, and almost painless,
Hear in mind, please that Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is not a secret or
patent medicine, against which tlio most
intelligent people are qui to naturally
averse, because of tho uncertainty as to
their composition and harmless character,
but is a MBDioma of known composition, a full list of all its ingredients being
printed, in plain English, on overy bottle-
wrapper. An examination of this list of
Ingredients will disclose the fact that it is
non-alcoholic in Its composition, chemically pure, triple-refined glycerine taking
the placo of tho commonly used alcohol,
in its make-up. In this connection it
may not be out of placo to state that tho
"Favorite Prescription," of Dr. Pierpe is
tho only medicine put up for tlio cure of
woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments, and sold through druggists, nil
the ingredients of which hav# the unanimous endorsement of all the leading
medical writers and teachers of all tho
several schools of practice, and that too
as remedies for thn ailments for which
"Favorite Prescription" Is recommended.
A little book of theso endorsements will
bo sent to any address, post-paid, and
absolutely free if you request same by
postal card," or letter, of Dr, K. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. Constipation is tho cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
cure tho disease.   Easy tu take as candy.
An honest man will not use in<>ne\
he owes for any other uurpese than
the discharge of his legitimate, debts.
Keeping uiotiey that should pay bills
is only a mild form of robbery.
A lot of men who insist on labor-
saving tools and sanitary conditions
never give a thought to the wife
broiling u'v&v a red-hot stove in a stuffy
kitchen on a summer day.
Parents would be relieved of a
whole lot of trouble it' some plan could
Ijo devised whereby baseball pleasures
could bu hitched to the evening chores
thut the boys have to dp.
When we see a man on the street
pass without a word to the toddling
baby on the walk, we have an impulse
to lock up the silver and put an iron
bar across the dour.
Tho man who hollers loudest for a
clean towel at hunie is usually the
man who is oftonest user of the towel
at tho free-lunch counter.
We a.ie still patiently waiting for
some man to invent a collar-button
that Will always bo iu plain .sight
when we want it.
It would seem that some men many
in order to have some one they can
blame when things go wrong.
We have had fruit so often after the
frost ruined tho crop that wu refuse to
worry about it any more.
it seems as if a lot of people were
constantly courting trouble in order
to gain a little sympathy.
A rolling stone gathers no moss.
but a stone that remains in one spot
gathers nothing but moss.
Jt takes two to make a quarrel, but
it is never auy trouble lo lind ihe
other one.
There are lots of heroes living who
will he unknown until utter they are
Our idea of an optimist is a man
who can be cheerful after a political
The head, like the stomach, is most
cosily infected with poisou when it. is
empty, •
Before you slap some people on the
wiisi be sure u competent surgeon  .■'
M. Inst.M. I'..
Plumber by Examination
and Sanitary Engineer
Repairs of Every Description
Shop :
Second Street
Paone B77
Furniture   Made   to Order.
I   Also Repairing of all Kinds.
Upholstering  Neatly Done.
r. mccutgheon
Try the New
Lunch Counter
Tuttle Building'
First Street
LeRoy Stevens, Proprietor
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANYovntlubleDominion Lands within th*
■**  Railway Holt ofHrltlib Columbia mnvbo
homeetend y any person who U the head
of it family, or ttnj main over eight bbii years
ofriiro, to tbe extent of oiirvqiinrter section
of 160 aores, more ru- lr-,s.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for tbo district in whioti tbe land
is situate.
The homesteader Is required td perforin
the conditions connejtet] therewith under
one df the following plaus:
fl) At lea<>t si>; mnuthV residence upon and
cultivation of the lund th eaoh year for three
VI) tf the father for mother, If the father is
deceased), of tin- homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity uf the laud entered fur,
the requirements »" to residence may besot*
isfied by such person residing with the lather
or mothers
(3) If the settler lias his permanent resi-
derite upon funning laud owned Ity him in
the vt oi nit j' uf his homestead, the require*
ments na to residence may he satisfied by
residence upon the said land.
si\ months' notice in writing should  be
given the Commissioner.>f Dominion Lauds
at Ottawa of in t nit ion to applv foi pal en t.
Coal-('on! mining rights inn* be leased
for ii period of twenty-one years at an animal rental of $1,00 per aore. Not more than
2.A80aores shall be leased to one individual or
eompany. A royrtlty at the rate of five cents
pel-ton shall be collected on the merchant*
able coal mined.
\\", W.CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.R.—Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
Carpets Cleaned and Laid,
[furniture Repnlred/Upbbl-
stered and Gleaned, and
other jobs! hi the house*
cleaning line. Rubber Tires
for Buby Carriages.
Second Hand Goods
UKvr r nu—
London Miilmil I'ire hindrance «'<>,
Montreal and Canada,
Ami other puUiaiitia] rotupanleB.
dwi wli tljSl|fEitntutgg>mt
$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 CIs.
Sample Copy Free.
47 w. 2m ii St., .new Youft
for u.
Wo have often wondered how gunn
Every  child   wpn
ii(<8   ii   likes   best iuu  not (jmiil |
IViiits more fiv.. llouiiddi*)' news than
uiv   other  piijier j.iilili>ln'il   in   thn
, district.   The   price of Tin: Sun h
iit.'uii c mauaire tn livi; «it m,ui   work- I  , .. /., ,.,. .   ,,.■,,
1    ' " only fl.UO per j'ettr •.mohair tltecohI
'""' of its coinpetitoi'H.   Tin: .Sin Is never
A lot of men look on home ;<s he   on   the  fence regarding  (piestionn of
ng the eating station on   life's   road, [public   interest,     Tin:   Srv   is   acknowledged to !»■ onu of the brightesl
Tin) Iqngor we look nt that  doughnut the larger the hole becomes.
Straws often show which  way   the,
patrol wagoh   must   come.
Dust often shows which   wuy   the
•'water wagou1' .should go.
A man is always iu earnest when he
is advancing* a hobby.
Nature has made every person  su>-
ceotible tu lllattery.
Some good   men  mistake   theology
for Christianity.
A   new   broom   does   not    sweep
A crusty man is often soft on   the
Society is not   always satisfaction.
papers published in the interior of
the province. 'ITu.s.. who. subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
im.nev refunded by calling at tho of lies
of publication.
Tin; Evening Sun and the Toronto
Weekly Globe and Canada rainier..
fjl.nl) per year in advance.
Tim Evening Six, The Wipnipeg
Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farm-
er ami the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, $2,00 per year in
ll„i nucleoid Bntl.s. Nloel.v fnriilslied
SlovH-Hoatoil li ,. ,i-. lintlrely .-..
fi.rnlsl.ei) uml rounvntud thrcmiilio.it.
Plrst.olnss bniiril hy dny, wonli ur
nn,Mil,. Simrlal n.f"v tosteucb hoar I-
ci. Amerlonn nml E.iro|ic*nn [ilui.it.
cMuosI itnr in < ii\ in pomteotlo...
fTi V
Rooelve hoth r^ldles and Gentlemen us resi.
dem ... duy students: has n ccnml Com-
murelnlor lluslness Ooursnl iiropares stn-
doutstci trnlt. Tenohors' Cvrtltlwitoi >.t nil
Krn.lcs: elves the foul veers' eourso for iln-
li. 4. detrree, end theflrst fenrol the Sehool
of Sclenee eonrso, In ulllliulinn with the Tu-
ronto University! Ime u spcolal proipeotors*
inn i.i for miners who work m 0 0. fustruo-
tion is also irlwn in Art, Mu^ii-. Physfenl' ul-
lure- uml Slnentloii. Term opens Sept. II.
iii,",   For Calendars, eto , mlili-rn-
cni.u:.n>iA,\ UOLLEOB.
Three bottles of cold   Nelson   lieei
50e,   Lion Bottling Works.
'I'm: Si
N is read liy  every hdy be
ThiS Sun and the Toronto Weekly
(llulie for 81.00 per year.
I'.uvci.n.s and Repair WortK—A
complete line of 1908 models, A few
second-band wheels cheap, Wheels
in rent.   Geo.   L'iiaim'i.i:, Winnipeg
cause it prints all the boundary news.  Avenue GOOD CEDAR
CO OC  per 1000 f. o. b.
3&.&0 Grand Forks.
Address :
(ConcltlVed From Pagi One.)
have been built. The speaker believed Mr. Burrell had told the
truth on this subject.
Mr. Ross wive a lueiil explanation
of the Aylesworth Election Act.
The object of the bill was the
placing in the hands of judges the
work of revising und preparing thp
voters' lists in Manitoba and British
Columbia for federal elections. At
present the only lists available in
these provinces for Dominion elections are tho provincial lists. In a
number of tnstances the provincial
constituencies overlap the federal
districts, and in order to obtain a
list for such a district it is necessary
to scratch out the names of electors
in the overlapping provincial constituencies who reside in other federal dfstricts. This had been -done
in Manitoba by the returning officers by drawing a line, with red ink,
through the names of voters who
resided outside their districts. This
had given rise to the "thin red line"
scandal, and for performing this
work the returning ollicers had been
arrested and placed in jail by the
officers of the Conservative Manitoba
government. The same conditions,
existed respecting the federal district of Yale Cariboo and New Westminster in this province. He would
not say that the work of securing
lists for these districts four years
ago had been done correctly, because
that was well nigh impossible; but be
knew that it had been done honestly. Aside from these inconveniences,
the lists of this province were loaded
down names of absentees and dead
men. In Grand Forks riding there
wers 1563 names on the list. He
predicted that there would not he
over a thousand votes east. At the
same time there were hundreds of
voters in this district who were disfranchised by reason of not being
able to get their names on the list.
Mr. Ross also spoke briefly on the
subject of better terms. The province was at present getting the best
kind of terms from the federal government. He hail obstained a
statement from tbe auditor general
' of the moneys received from  British
I Columbia and lbe grants and appropriations made to the province.
These figures showed that the prov-
i ince hud received about live millions
of dollars more than   had been paid
| into the federal treasury. But tbe
government believed in dealing liberally with British Columbia; because it realizes that it is the
greatest province in the Dominion,
and by aiding its development the
whole couutry will in the end be
! gainer.    The statement prepared by
; the auditor general showed that the
figures   used  by   the Conservative
! poliUcittns as arguments in favor of
better 'tefnbs were incorrect. The
speaker closed with an appeal for
the support of the electors.
Mr.1Roiei was followed by John
Moli&li,"Socialist M.P.P. for Grand
1 Forks tiding, who spoke in favor of
the candidature of Charles Bunting, who aspires to represent Yale-
Cariboo in the Dominion house.
The speaker touched, on various
topics, and treated them from a Socialistic standpoint. He persistently
refused to admit that the country is
prosperous, although labor never lie-
fore was as well paid as it is at
The meeting closed with cheers
for Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Duncan
Geo. B. Andrews, of Cleveland,
Ohio; Martin Zimmerman, of Be-
ronneville, Ohio, and C. C. Keller
and Frank Keller, of West Mansfield, Ohio, were guests at the Hotel
Colin last Saturday. They are interested in some mines near Chesaw,
and were on their way home, after
a tour of inspection to the properties.
The following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mines
for 1905, 1900  and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoonix	
Snowshoe. Phoenix	
Mother Lode. Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle. Deadwood.	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Idaho.  Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp .".	
Morrison. Deadwood	
Sulphur King.Summit...	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Bally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork.:	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark. Skylark Camp	
Last Chance", Skylark Cam))	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark.,	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic,Boundary Falls	
1907 1908    Past Week
613,537 819,429       18,0(1!)
135,001 15,707         2,560
208,321 l,sl),ii!l(i         8,772
14,481 59,138           901)
Easy to Mix This
What will appear very interegting
to many people here is the article
taken from a New York daily paper,
giving a simple prescription, which
is said to be a positive remedy for
backache or kidney or bladder derangement, if taken before the stage
of Bright's disease:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half!
ounce; Compound Kargon.oneounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Shake well in a bottle nnd
take in teaspoonful doses after each
meal and again at bedtime.
A   well-known   druggist  here at I
home, when   asked   regarding   this j
prescription, stated that  the   ingredients are all harmless, and  can   be j
obtained at small eost from any good
prescription pharmacy, or the  mix-
ture would be put up if asked to-do
so.   He .further   stated  that   while
this prescription is o ten  prescribed
in rheumatic affliction with splendid t
results, he could see no reason why '
it would not bea splendid remedy for
kidney and urinary troubles and
backache, as it has a peculiar action
upon the'kidney structure, cleansing
these most important organs
nnd helping them to sift and filter
from the blood the foul acids
and waste matter which cause
sickness nnd suffering. Those of our
readers, who suffer ean make no mistake in giving it a trial.
Good paying business for sale. Inquire at Sun office.
Special Old Port SI per gallon-
Lion Bottling Works.
Large Bottle Port Wine, 75c.  Lion
Bottling Works.-
We have a large supply of all ki nd
of   visiting   cards   in   stock, unci the
niost   fashionable   styles   of   typo to
print tbem with.  Tin-: Sun Job Oflice.
Geo. Ei Massie, the reliable tailor,
has it large stoek of the latest patterns of imported goods. Suits $18
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
The Sun job office.
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial   Printing
On the shortest notice and in the
most up-to-date style
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, anil carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
Letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions and By laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery.
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery.
-the kind we do—is in itself an
advertisement, and a trial order
will convince you that our stock and workmanship are of
the best. Let us estimate on your order. Wo guarantee
Grand Forks Sun
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
(iranby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter	
1,1-18,237 1,090,91)3   30,301
Total Treated      1,133,017    1,056,580
Job Department
Pacific Hotel
First-class it. every respeot.
Sample room-, for oommer-'
cili.l travelers.
Hot it.ul Cold HitdiH.
Bar In Comieotlou.
Finest Hi-mills of Klnea.
Liquors unci Oite.it.-l.
Authorised ^-siunss—
Capital.   Issued. Par
Name of Company,
Granby Consolidated -Copper,..$15,uhi.<icjc)    „	
Cnrll McKinney-Gold    1,250,000 1,2.10,1100 • *1
Providence-Silver        2011 ulfll 81 tKIO     S5
H.C. Copper-Cupper'     3.1XK.O0U 503.IXIO     $5
 ntvt DKN Dfi -^
Pnld   Total to   Latest     Per
llluii.       Dute.       Date.   Share
1S.1.1HH1 *imi $i,02u.ooo 93,9^8,680Bopt, 1007 ga.oo
.iii-.,«n;i''eii. mot
88,221 Sept. WOO .
201,200 (Sept. 11101
For Homes Orchards and
Residence Grounds.
Ouu Morro:
Nut tho cheapest in price
but  tho best in quality,
Biiriiank's New Stone-less
Capital City Nursery Company
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
lee Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing' a Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Dooh North of Granby Hotel,
First Street.
Heavy und Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers And Trunks to and
from all trains.
Telephone A129
Rutherford  Bros., Props.
60  YEARS'
Trade Marks
Copvbights Ac
Anyone Bending a sketch nnd description nut?
fulcklr ascertain cur opinion freo whether an
IcvonOnn tsprorinhlrriatentnhlo, Ccinininiilfft.
I Ions BI riotly confluent lak HANDBOOK on I'utcuu
lent!cob. Oldest ul-giicv for seeuniii? patent.!.
I'litcnte taken through Muiia ft Co. receive
•pedal notice, without charm In thi
.$fti!!c flmericat».
Co a"8™*"'. New York
— f5FBt,WMtllniton,ftO.
Geo. E. Massie will  have a   display of ladies' tailor-made garments
at  his   store during  tjrie lirst week |
in October.
We curry the most fashionable stoek j
of   wedding   stationery in tbe Houn
dury country,  And we are  the only\
olliee ill   tbis   seotion   that  bave   the
correct material  for printing it.   The
Sun job olliee.
Before closing your contract fori]
reading matter for the coming year,!
read the tempting clubbing offer wel
make on the third page.
Show cards for widnows and insidel
are tt fine form of silent salesmen.]
Make tbem brief, terse and pointed.[
Print tbem plainly, to be rend at al
Wo have some of tbo highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought tol
the Boundary,   bun Job Olliee.
Agents Wanted—10x20 crayon!
portraits 40 cents, friiiues 10 centtj
and up, sheet pictures one cent eueh.l
You can make 400% profit or 836 pel!
week. Catalogue and samples free!
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 Wf
Taylor St., Chicago, 111.


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