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Ninth Year--No. 46
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, September 16, 1910.
$1.00 Per Year Iq. Advance.
Kettle Valley Line Not Represented Before Railway
The following are the proceedings
in the case of the City of Grand
Forks against the Kettle Valley lines
as presented before the railway commission at its sitting in Nelson on
Monday last, and reported in the
Nelson Daily News:
One hour was consumed by the
hoard of railway commissioners at
the Nelson session yesterday in hearing the argument of the city of
Grand Forks in support of its re-
■ quest for an order of "speeilic performance," to be served upon the
Kettle Valley Railway company, in
connection with the latter's engagement to build and operate its line
from Grand Forks, the time within
which the engagement was to have
been carried out having expired
somv time ago. At the end of the
hour the commissioners ruled that
the railway coinpany was entitled to
longer notice of the application being made than had been made, and
the matter was left open, in order to
give the railway company opportunity to present its case.
The Grand Forks application was
described as "Application of the
, corporation of the city of Grand
Forks, B.C., for an order directing
the Kettle Kiver Valley liailway
company to construct a line of railway from Grand Forks for a distance of 50 miles up the north fork
of the Kettle river, and for such
other relief as the board shall hold
the city entitled to under terms of
agreement with said railway dated
.March 7, 1900, aud bylaw No. 36."
No representative of the Kettle
River Valley liailway company being present, the service of notice on
A. T. Demuth, general manager of
, the company, at Grand Forks, wis
proved by allidavit.
Tbe  case for the city of Grand
Forks was ably presented by A. C.
I Sutton,   the   city's   solicitor.  . Air.
Sutton stated that the terms of  the
I agreement between the city and the
[railway company were contained  in
agreetnmt,   which  was entered
I into March 7, 1906, and  which ..was
ratified by a city bylaw which, alter
being approved   by  popular   vote,
was reconsidered and  finally passed
I ou   April 0,   19l)li.    Under tbe en-
to Penticton. With the Mid way-
Penticton line this case had nothing
l to do. It was apparent, however,
that the government meant the
railway to build from Grand Forks
to Franklin camp, which was 40
miles distant. The terms of the act,
however, only required the company
to carry the line 30 miles, and allowed four years for completing the
line and bringing it into operation.
Tbe company was required to grade
25 miles of tbe line in 1910, and to
commence construction at three
placed. He understood the company claimed to have started at three
places, Merritt, Penticton and one
other place. In addition to securing a provincial subsidy, the company was exempted from  the  pay
What the city of Grand Forks
especially wanted was the carrying
of construction to the Franklin
camp, in order that the great number of low grade mining properties
there might be opened up. There
was a great mineralized belt, but it
was impossible to develop it without transportation. Over $100,000
had been spent on the McKinley
mine, which now had ore available
for shipping, 825,000 had been
spent on the Maple Leaf, and #10,-
000 on another property.
Prof. Mills asked why the government intervened in the matter.
Company Proposes to Install
Plant to Irrigate the
The following are some of the  answers:
After   the   ranchers  became the
owners of the plant, the annual cost 	
of maintenance would be very  low.
The payments for the plant could be Final Details in Connection
In reply Mr. Sutton gave a condensed history of the Midway &
Vernon liailway company, which
alter securing charter and provincial
aid for a railway line between Vernon and Midway stopped by want
of capital, abandoned construction
at liock creek, and defaulted in the
payment of its laborers. He was
not sure whether, in view of its failure, it received its subsidy. At all
events, under recent provincial legislation, its obligations were assumed
by the Keltle River Valley Railway
company, which also secured charter, right of way and provincial aid.
Prof. Mills—But did the government impose the various conditions
you previoucly mentioned as conditions of receiving the bonus?
Mr. Sutton—Undoubtedly,but the
company has four years in which to
complete construction.
The solicitor closed his case hy
reading a lengthy allidavit from the
secretary of the Grand Forks board
of trade, iu which he set forth from
his personal knowledge of the country, the great mineral ewalth of the
district comprised in the Franklin
and Gloucester camps, together with
the present status   of  development,
A meeting of the ranchers of the
valley was held in the city on Monday, the object being to listen to an
explanation of an irrigation project
which J. L. Manly and Henry Russell, who lives eighteen miles from
Republic, have devoted considerable
ment   of   provincial  taxes for'ten   li'"e to   perfecting.    There  was a
arge attendance, nearly every landowner in the valley being present.
Mr. Manly briefly outlined the
intentions of the promoters. Mr.
Russell owned a water right in the
main Kettle river south of the international boundary line. Tbey proposed to organize a stock company,
construct a dam at some point above
Danville, and by means of a 4-foot
main bring enough water across
the line hy the gravity system to irrigate 4000 acres, or all the level
land in the valley. The plant, for
the construction of which the capital had been secured, would eost
about 8200,000. The company
would furnish 8-acre inches of
water per annum for $50 per acre,
the payment of tbis sum to be
spread over a period of from ten
to fifteen years. After the 850 per
acre fee had been paid off the farmers would own the plant. Every
acre of land in the valley must be
included in this scheme, but if a
farmer owned more land than he
thought he could afford to have irrigated, the company would buy a
portion of it at its actual value prior
to irrigation. Besides furnishing
water for irrigating purposes,
the pressure of the water would be
strong enough to give every farmer
ample lire protection. Mr. Manly
staled that there were no legal difficulties iu the way of carrying out
the proposed project, which hechar-
acterized as the best gravity irrigation system ever installed iu this or
any other country. It was tbe only
system that would give tbe ranchers
water over the entire valley. _f the
terms of the company were accepted
by tbe farmers, the company would
agree to have the plant completed
by the time the water was needed
next summer.
Mr. Russell said that   Mr. Manly
had   fully   explained  the   proposed
gagements, thc oity gave permission I several properties having spent con-1 system.    He was familiar with irri-
to the   railway  company  to  build aiderable sums, and  there being at gation projects, as he bail  had con
and operate its railway through the'the   present time   150 live  mineral jsiderable experience installing plants
city, the railway company  in   turn j claims,   besides   numerous    crown j in   various   parts   of   the country,
agreeing  to   construct and have in
operation a   line  up railway from
Grand  Forks   up the north fork of
tbe Kettle river valley, a distance of
50 miles,   within   two   years  after
.1 uue 22, 1906. The company,  however, had failed to fulfil its   side of
the agreement,  resting construction
spread   over   either  ten   or fifteen
There would be no legal difficulties in bringing the water across the
boundary line. Possibly two companies would have to be organized,
one on each side the like, but the
same persons would own the stock
in both.
Six-acre inches of water per annum was sufficient for irrigating purposes in this locality.
There would be a fall of 22   feet
from the dam to the boundary line.
The project would have to   be a
unanimous proposition.
If the company failed  to deliver
the water, the   scheme would   cost
the ranchers nothing.
The valley would be worth one or
two million dollars more with water
than it is without water, consequently the question of irrigation   was of
greater  importance   to the farmers
than to the promoters.
When the ranchers had paid  for
the  installation   of the plant they
would own it.
Messrs. Lawrence and Clark suggested the appointment  of a  com
mittee   to consider the proposition,
and to report at a subsequent meeting, but Mr.  Manly  adviced  those
present  to   carefully   consider   the
scheme   when  they  got home, and
during the week he and Mr. Russell
would pay tbem a personal visit and
obtain their views on the matter.
During the past few days Messrs.
Manly   and   Russell   have   mude a
tborough'canvass of the   valley, and
they report having met with gratifying success, all the large land-owners
having pledged themselves  to  sup-
pojt the enterprise.
Nelson Shields for Schools
We are authorized to slate that
Rt. Hon. Lord Slrathcona's Nelson
sbield has been offered by Rev.
Alfred Hall, of Toronlo, lo each of
lbe schools ill tbe British Columbia
There are no charges or conditions.
The British and  Foreign  Sailors}
society, which received tbe  Victory
copper from tbe Lords of tht British
admiralty, has  undertaken  the ex-
. i loronto, a man who
pause ol mounting,  engraving and i
distributing these historic shields;!
and only asks some voluntary contribution to reimburse tliem and'
aid their sailurs'institutes for men:
of the royal navy, merchant ships,
etc,ill Canada and all over tlie world, j
These  Nelson  shields  are highly
valued lur their patriotic and edtica-
, . .   people nnd for ihe wini
,    ,  . , .... . tlonal uses in the    universities,   col- 	
granted claims.    In  addition  there j This   stretch   of   prairie  land  was ]ui(J   ^^  mbm ^
was an enormous stand of timber to ideal for irrigating, as the   drainage    , '    ,      .      .
alreadv  placed.
be   developed.    There   was   also  a  was perfect, and this wa"  an  esseu-       ,, • ' .       ,, i      ,     i     „h,
, .    ,       , , ■        ' Private colleges  and  schools   are
very   large  agricultural   area   am   lia|   consideration.    lie had taken eHgible to receive the Nelson shield,
one  company    alone    had    6000 the levels of the valley, and found l» 8hould      ,   ,M them
acres on the north  fork.    All  these ' that a first-class gravity plant could
vaiied   forms   of   potential  wealth, be installed here.    The gravity   sys-j    Charles  Riley  MeCalley,  of   the
would be developed   by transporta-1 tern was the only one sanctioned by   Interstate Lyceum and Musical  Bu-
With the Fair Have
Been Made
A meeting of the directors of the
Grand Forks Agricultural association wa6 held in the board of trade
rooms on Thursday evening.
J. A. McCallum, chairman of the
attractions committee, reported that
the band would be able to give a
definite reply on Tuesday, September 20th, regarding their services at
the fair.
All the other committees reported
On motion of Messrs. Clark and
Morrison, the admission fee was
made 50 cents for adults, and 15
cents for children under 12; graud
stand, 25 cents.
On motion of Messrs. Clark and
Tweedle, a committee was appointed to interview the proprietors of the
livery stable and the transfer companies regarding their prices on the
4th and 5th of October. The president appointed Messrs. Follick and
McCallum as such committee.
On motion of Messrs. Clark and
Lawrence, the directors decided to
sell space for advertising purposes at
the rate of 50 cents per foot frontage.
On motion of Messrs. Clark and
Tweedle, the secretary was instructed to write to Mr. M. Burrell, M.P,,
requesting him to officially open
the fair.
Evangelistic Services
The evangelistic committee of the
Presbyterian church have arranged
for a series of special services in
Kootenay Presbytery. The campaign will last for six weeks, two
weeks' services to be held simultaneously in the different towns in
each district of the presbytery.
The inissioners appointed are
ministers of tbe Presbyterian church
in Canada, men who are selected
specially for tbis work. These special services commence in East Kootenay October 16th, and are to, be
held in tbis disirict some time in
.November. In-. Wm. Patterson, of
ins been signally blessed in his work —fourteen
years' pastorate in Cook's ehureh,
as also in his ten years' pastorate in
Bethany church,   Philadelphia—Id
one of the mi.-sioncrs.
The object of these special services
is tbe deepening and quickening of
the Spiritual life uf ihe Christian
if men,
women and children into the Kingdom of God.
The king's business requires care.
Are we ready lo give of our bot for
our eity's hot welfare'.' Sister
churches are cordially invited to co
operate in these services.
M. ll. .M.'Kkk.
A union prayer meeting
held in the Presbyterian
next Sabbath at the clot
evening   service,   and   on
will   be
b of the
at   Lynch  creek, a   point some 17 tio". allcl tlle author of tbe affidavit the United States government. There reau, of Portland, Ore., will give an
miles from Grand Forks.    The time ,felt convinced that il  a railway line \ W]l8   no   question ahout the water : entertai mt, at   the opera  bouse
limit for the construction of  the 50; were   carried   to   Franklin camp it' right, and the money for  installing   next Monday evening, every minute
j miles had expired on June 22, 1908. j would pay operating expenses from ' tne plant was available.    With  wa-1 of which will be thoroughly enjoyed.
In   addition   to its relations with ,tlle start. j ter, there was not a better tract of  His imitations of Riley's poems are
I the city of Grand Forks, the Kettle | In view of these various points, hind for apple culture in the world said to be amusing, and as an enter- evening, September -'Dili.al s o'clock,
I Kiver   Valley company   had   rela- j which were summed up in the state- than in this valley. tainer he is most enjoyable, holding a union meeting for  tbe   organizing
Itions with the provincial govern-' mento that tbe company was legally After Mr. Russell had concluded the attention of tbe audience every of committees and other business in
fluent and the government was giv I bound to build the line, and that its his remarks, fully an hour was con- minute he is on the stage. You will connection with the special services.
ling a subsidy of $5000 for the con- [failure to build was retarding tbe de- Mimed in answering queries pro- make no mistake in attending his All are cordially invited to these
Istruction of a railway from Midway' (Gm._ii.uxi on l'aije Three.) pounded by the interested ranchers,   entertainment. meetings. JOHN   D. SPENCE
GJhr £bpnmg fttttt
Published at Grand Korku. British Colurabin
Kditor nnd Publisher
A Hie of this paper can in* seen nt the offloe
of Memu. E. & J. Hardy A Co., 8M1 and 82,
fleet street. K.C., London. ttllfflttlul, free of
clmrsre, and that firm w111 be tlad to receive
inbscrltittoiifl and advertisements on our he*
One Veur    .   •	
line Year (In advance)	
Advertising rata-tfitrniaho Ion mm
Legal notices! 10 and Roetitti per lino.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone B74 Ghand Kohks. B.C.
It is extremely gratifying
tu lio able to announce that a
tangible scheme to irrigate the
the orchard lands of the Kettle valley bas at last been
evolved. Tbe project now being promoted by Messrs. J. L.
Manly and Henry Russell, to
put water on 4000 acres of
the level land in the valley, is
so simple, reasonable and
practicable that it appeals to
every one the moment it i.s
fully explained. It is to be
hoped that these gentlemen
will be given sufficient encouragement to carry out
their plans. There may be
some legal difficulties in the
way, but at present they are
apparent, i'he claim that the
system might injure the Cascade plant is scarcely tenable,
as the water taken from the
river would find its way back
into the stream. With an up-
to-date gavity irri gation system in operation at this point,
thc future of the valley would
be assured. We trust the promoters will have smooth sailing, and that the plant will be
a reality by tbe time the water is needed on the land next
ping while iu Ilie net of kicking n
piece of wood from the slab slashing
saw. One of his heels was nearly
severed fro'n tbe foot. He was taken
to the Cottage hospital, and will be
laid up for some time, but no serious results are anticipated.
For Sale—Ten-room house and
lots, on Second street, near lhe Kettle river; a birgaill, For further par-
ticulnrs apply to lhe owner, Jas. G.
Murray, or at this olliee.
A. II. Hood and .lodge Cochrane
caught a I0J lb. trout in Christina
lake on Wednesday. Owing to the
bjm of the fish, it required the united ell'orts of both men to land it. It
is not supposed tbat the strength of
tbe bait (on the hook) had anything
to do witb the obstinacy of tbe piscatorial giant to leave its native element.
a. in. and 7:80 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 9:45 a.m. Tne
Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30;
.Junior League, Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m
inid-week prayer meeting, Wednesdays, S p.m. Everybody will he welcome.
Baptist Chuucii, Rev. H. W.
Wright, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Ip. in.: Bible
el:_ss and Sunday school   at 2:30 p.m.
A meeting of all the members of
the band will be held in the band-
room, near the city hall, next Tuesday night, September '20th. The
new music has arrived,and matter of
much importance will be discussed.
Any bandsmen who may bc in town
are invited to attedd.—Leo .Mader,
A meeting of the ranchers of the
valley will be held in the city hall
on Tuesday evening, September 20,
for the discussion of an irrigation
All parties desiring space in
tlie Exhibition building for advertising, displays, etc., must have
their applications in the hands of
the secretary not later than Monday,
September -Uth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gilly. of New
Westminster, arrived in the city on
Wednesday, and are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Sbeads.
Mr. Gilly is one of tbe leading business men of the Royal city.
J. D. Honsberger on Wednesday
finished picking and shipping bis
crop of prunes, which this yenr
amounted to six carloads.
Hirvci.F.s and Ukpaih Wouk—A
complete line of 111 10 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Gun. W. CoOPKR, Winnipeg
Mining Stock Quotations
NEW Yoiik, Sept. 15.—The following ave today's opening quotations for
the stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
GranbyConaolidated,   118 00   IS::.00
B. C. Copper       5.B0      -4 30
The McC'nlley entertainment at
the opera house on Monday evening, September 19, will wrinkle the
stoical, tickle the morose, straighten
the crank, kink the mirthful, enliven
the languid, cheer the thoughtful,
teach the wag, chase depression,
cheat time and rob the graveyard.
The annual sale of lands for taxes
at the city hull on Wendesday was
not very well attended, and nearly
all the properties advertised were
bid in by the city.
Fred Allen left on Tuesday for
Chesaw, Wash., where lie recently
purchased a ranch.
The Cazette-Belton case came up
again in the county court on Wednesday, aud was postponed until
next week. We do not think tbe
evidence would make appropriate
reading for Sunday school scholars,
of whom The Sun has a goodly number on its subscription list.
Lome A. Campbell, of Spokane,
manager of the West Kootenay Power & Light company, was in the city
on Thursday.
John  McKie. proprietor  of  the |
Boundary Iron Works, made a business trip to Greenwood this week.
^ a. T.  HULL. Manager
One Nights Only | f\
Monday, Sept. 1 y
The McCalley
Read the program:
1. Reading from James Whiteomh
Biley—(a) Fanner Whipple, (h)
When the Frost is on the Pumpkin.
2. Violin Numbers—'(it) The Enchantress, (b) Meditation.
3. Reading—(a) 'Cepting Ike,Devere;
(h) Tbe Cuckoo Clock, Lincoln.
-1.  Violin Numbers—'(a) Blue Bells of
Scotland, (b) Trauineri.
5.  Readings—(a) New Year's Time
at'Willard's, Riley; (b)  Old   Ace;
fi   Violin  Numbers—(a) Tbe   Holy
City, (b) Mocking Bird.
7. Impersonations of tbe Modern Political Speaker. (Politicians should
make it a point to hear this re-
niakuble speech.)
8. Violin imitations, in which tho
violin is made to speak almost as
plainly as the human tongue.
Anil Some Other Things.
Reserved Seats  at   Woodland's drug
and stationery store.
Dollar Goes
Long Way
when you buy" your supplies at our market; we
sell you choice, prime cuts
of beer, mutton, lamb, pork
and veal at as low a margin of profit as we can do
W 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
W. Hickson, of the Granby force,
returned this week from a three
months' vacation trip to the east.
E. E Greenwood, who has been
employed at the Granby smelter for
a number of months, will leave tomorrow for his home in Nelson.
James West, who during the past
six months has conducted the dining room at the Hotel Colin, will
open a restaurant next to Morrison's
jewelry store on Bridge street about
tbe 20th inst.
The police are complaining about
parlies leaving teams hitched around
town for an unreasonable 'length of
time without feeding them. Tbey
say that if the practice is not stopped
the will be compelled to take up
some of the animals
G. Lngwin, employed at Robinson
A Lequlma's sawmill, had both feet
severely cut on Wednesday by  slip-
Barry Logan, of the West Kootenay Power it Light company's substation, will leave tomorrow on a
two weeks' vacation, which will be
spent in Spokane, the Kootenays,
und at the coast.
A Home for the Summer
It will not cost you much
more to be really comfortable
for the summer vacation than
to "rough It" In a tent.
A small Want Ad. in our
classified columns will bring
you replies from people who
have desirable places to rent.
Q •a*,  -r •  r    WW not &et a
dnaP   It   QUICK   Permanent picture
■• -*— of some   ot    the
beautiful things in this district?   If you
have: a camera
with you there are many things you can get in
this way. Let us show you the Kodak Line.
&   CO.K-
City and Suburban
176X175 PT. LOT between
Second and Thi'd Htreet*,
junta).wi; JudffQ I.cainy'rt
mid It. Ouw'n i'limps; separated from ull other properties by 20-ft.
lane! BS luri-'eu-. t_ev«ii or ellfht ordinary lots.
adjoining lots are worth $150i would make
nice home, with sufficient ground for chick-
euii fruit, imrden mid lawn; most desirubk'
location in city.
35  ACRES adjoining
dry limits on   ninth;
14  acres dieu red: 150
__ fruit treesi new four*
room house; barn for six homes; horse,
buutry.double harneia and funning implements.   All for S.;__iiu.   Easy terms.
und three l"ts  within
one blot'k of business
, centre]   lawn, shade
trees, fruit i rees, berry bushes, lurge garden.
Will also sell furniture of bonne if desired.
One-half cush, balance terms.
First-class work in every brunch
of the business. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Let us submit estimates on work.
DIPYPI CC A full line of high-
DIUiULLO grade 1910 models
of wheels.    Sundries und repairs
of all kinds.
Winnipeg    Avenue
BuilderS Architect
-1!£ miles from town;
7-room hoiiNe, plus*.- '
ercd; large bimgyshed, I
.     woodshed;   160    fruit I
trees.  711 bearing; W%   acres   strawberries, I
gooseberries, eiirriints, raspberries: free from
I rout I the best location around Orand  Korks:
plenty   of   good   wuter;  frillt ami  crop  in
-Between B bud 4 aeres
In West end of city;
first clnss soil, nil lili-
__ der cnl ivution; small
house, woodshed anrl outbuildings; well und
pump; *ootl fence. This is a sacrifice, as own*
er is about to leave eity.   Terms.
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
JEUDLKWORK wanted " do at home. t:»ll
1    on MrN. Will.  Kl'lnll, SeOOlnl .tli'l't.
GOOD P ASTU RAO K tor cuttle oloieto i'lty:
iafe fence: ul>iiiniiice of feed.  I»r termi
apply t» John Hammer, Kourtli of July oreeK-
Hoi.v TltiNI'iv C'liciicil. Henry Steele,
Hector—Sunday services: Holy communion, <S:U0 a.in.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 7:30 p.m.j Sunday school, ;_
p.m. First Sunday of the month
holy communion will lie celebrated at
the 11 a.in: Bervice as well as at 8
a.m. Weekday and special services
on they are announced from time to
time. You are cordially invited to
worship with us, and we would be
', pleased to met you.
Knox Puhshytkuian Ciiukcii—
Sabbath services at 11 a. m. and 7:.'I0 p.
( m.; Sabbath school and Bible class at
9:46 a.m. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. Rev, J!. I). McKee, pastor.
Methodist Cbuboh, Hev. Sohlioh-
1 ter.— Services   next    Sunday at 11
WANTED- Situation it* janitor or bartend'
pp.   Aililrcvm VV.  J.. Ueneritl  Delivery,
Or uml Korku, II. C.
T    f.iril.
ADVERTISING SPACE in The Sun.tlie most
widely read newspaper in theKettle Valley.
YI'EM'KITKR- Oliver;   new.    Apply Sun
I     ollle
rllliKK.   BOTTLES  colli   Nelson   Heer   5Ue.
I    l.ion llottlintr Works.
BAItN AND HOUSE—The  Korrcter bam, 2
jots uml huiise, in Columbia.  Apply >'- H.
Pliith. Ilox IU.
AllOE 110TTLE Pert Wine Too.   Lion Hot-
-   flinjr Works.
AND—160 aorei good timothy  Inml,   Apply
.   Dili offloe.
PACE for  uilvertUlui,'   purpos 9   lu  The
SPECIAL OLD POUT  fl per  gallon.   Lion
Bottling Works.
J8000ca_.h, balance terms. One
I,I best lintel, in
-^ _■ .___r r -w -w- -^ the business cen
re of (iraml Koiks; now .lolnir a prntltahle
business! owner desires tn remove to the
ooast, This is the liest Imrjriiin In tills part
■of the province, as there are but s'ven hotel
licenses Iii the ilranil Korks. nlty Is growing
rnpiillv. No other town in southern llritish
Columbin bus as brlgbl future piospects.
For further information re
»arilinn the ahove properties
call or address
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Purtiet lutein)lug to build wi.l do well to con
nnii mo.
Yale Lftltd District, DUtrlot of Simllkumeen.
TAKK NOTICK that Walter (ii-ry, of Brail-
1 don, Mho,, ^occupation FiiriniT, fhteiicln to
upplv for permiasloti to purchase the follow*
ine dewribud lauds:
i-'ninmeucini! at a pout pltmted on tlie
Houth boundury of Lot H4IS. uud about ten I
chain* north ofthe N.W.aorner of I*ot 747 un .
Hit: Sheep Greek; thence went WO chnins;
theneeiouth 40 chain*; thenoe eant HOchulim;
theuce north JOcIiuIiir; theuce east HOchutuu:
tlieuce north 'A) chain* to poftit of coiniiieiice*
l n eut.
Hy ,1. It  Craimton, His Au<'iit.
li.ii i..    this liiHi duy of March, I wo.
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this fall will bo when
The well known Vancouver Photographer, next visits
Graqd Forks, which will he on
Cabinet Photos for 80.00.
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New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 190G.)
Is a dozen hooks in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics nnd finances of
copper. It is a practcal book, useful
to all and necessary to most men en
gaged in any branch of tlie coppes
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
Knglish without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 463fi copper
mines and  companies   in   all parts nf
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Our SODA FOUNTAIN is now running full swing, and we
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Special Prices on Ice Cream for Garden Parties, Afternoon Teas, Etc
I Prescription Druggists
Phone 35 Night Service
Hotel C°l*n
Opposite Great Northern Station
•'.*.--      - —__^tsir_3iw.
Kpcently cnmnlptfiil anil
newly furnished through,
out. Conveniently located
fnr railway men. first-
Huss BOQoromodatlom for
transients, Hi, aril and
rooms by the weeU at pre*
Vailing rate.,. Fine Hup of
Willi's. Liquors and Olgars
always in stook at the bar.
lale Lnnd District, Distrlot of Siinllhanipi'ii.
TAKK notion that t, Auness Ellen Paulson,
i I   ofRosulaud, H.C. occupation Wifo. In-
tetidi io applv for  permission to purchase
thp follnwitiK described lands:
(.opimendtng at   a post   planted   nt the
. iii. _.• southwest oorner of Jnnu's Miller's pre-i-mp-
the world, descriptions running   troin   tton, I.nt H8HS.,au DeejiOreek;th<
two lines to sixteen panes,   according
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is  conceded
to be the
World's Standard Reference
Book on Copper
(Continued from l'tii/e One.)
velopraent of the country, Mr.  Silt-
DOohntns: thenoe west 20ohains.thencesouth
•Jii chains* theuoe wp-t   in olinlusl thonoe .
south an ohainsi thenoe east nOohalus to tlm  ton itskcd the lioanl to issue  an   or-
point of coninienppinpnt
J. It. Cranston, Agent.
Ilatpil M».v 16th, llllll.
The mining man needs the hook for ',„,,,, D,Fg°^, °™°7'°sinillUnmeen,
the facts it gives him about mines, XAKB NOTIOS that l.Thoroas Henrv Paul-
mining anil the metal. ! '   "»», •'' Paulson, B.O., occupationMer-
„   °, , , ! ohant. intends tn apply for   permission to
lhe investor needs the book for the  purohase the following desorlbed lands!
c   .   •. ,.       , •  • .  .     Oommenoiug nt a post, planted about sixty
facts it gives him about mining, mm- el^ina northeast of the northwest corner nf
ing investments and copper statistics. Miller's pre-emption. Lot 1181 S„ on Depp
, ° .   .,. Greek: thenoe east 4li ohainsi thenoe north
Hundreds of swindling companies are   .Oahalns; thencewestaoohainsitheaoenorth
, -      , ■    t<    i' l tin ohains: thenoe west 4(i ohains;   thenee
exposed in plain English. soutl, go chnins; thence east 211 chaius; ihenpo
Price is fit5   in   Hnrki-im   with   frilt   south 40chains to point of commencement.
rnce is ao ui ^ucKiam   wtin  gut fUOMAS HENRY PAULSON.
J. tt. Oritnston, Agent.
top; $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  re- j
I'eipt if not found fully satisfactory.
Horace J. Stevens,
Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
Dated Hay nth, Win.
Downey's Cigar Store
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Kn-fhCoiiHlKiimpnt ot
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
ViUf Liiml Dintrict, District of Similkameen.
TaKK notice that St m C. Jones< uf Coleman.
Altn , oeoiiptulon Miner, intends to ui>-
t ly lor permission to [)IhtIhi>b ilto following
described lands:
Cointnencin ut a post planted about BO
chulos eust ol tlie Koutlieust corner of i oi
IUQA, on Peep Greek, and on the south side of
the Went Kooteiiai 1'dwer & L_%ht Cum-
irnny's ii^. t nf wuy: tlieuce west along the
W. K.P.S L. Co.'s right of way li" (-hubm;
theuce south 2U chains: thence easi 60 eliains:
thvnoe north20ohuius to the  point of com-
sTAN C. JONES, Applicant.
.). U-Ciuistnn, tHs-Uvnt.
Muted this kith doyoi April, mid.
(Published Ailnually)
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25, Ahchuruh Lane, London, E.C,
ssi'~;-. ~ _-..-^^__~.--.^sgCTda    Grand Forks, B. C.
A Innl dime will worry Roma nun
moro thnn a bud investment of thousands.
Show onrdd fur widnows and inside
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Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be read at a
A new lot of latest designs of pro
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commercial printing every brought to
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The star attraction ot the Spokane Interstate Fair, the one big feature
which the management expect will bring the largest crowds to Spokane the
week ol' October 3d, Is the Curtlss Aeroplane. This marvelous flying
machine is the same one that won so many prizes In Los Angeles last
winter, the one that made the successful flight from Albany to New York,
and also from New York to Philadelphia and return.
The contract which the Spokane Interstate Pair management baa mads
with the Curtlss Company of Hammondsport, N. Y„ calls for a payment ef
approximately JIUOO a flight, and under the terms of the agreement, the
Curtlss Company are to send two complete machines and their most expert
aviator. At least four or more (lights are to be made every day of the Pair,
October 3 to 9, and the machines will also be on exhibition on the ground!
at. all times.
der of specific performance directing
the company to carry out its ngreement with the city of Grand  Forks.
Asked hy I'rof. Mills if the company denied their obligation, Mr.
Sutton replied: "Nn. Tbey say they
will send some men up. Tbey did
send half a dozen foreigners." He
added that the Great Northern Kail
way company had desired to secure
a right of through the town, but the
citizens favored the local company,
and the oity had given it the preference. The action of the Kettle
Kiver Valley company hud kept out
a company that would have built.
It should therefore be compelled to
build, as it bad agreed. There were
no physical obstacles, the grade being easy.
Chairman Mnbee—What section
of the Railway act do you rely ou?
Mr. Sutton—On no part cular section, but on the general authority I
have understood the railway commission has in such a case.
Tbe chairman then stated that
the 190!) amendment to the Railway
act of 1908 gave the board power lo
require specific performance, the act
as originally enacted not conferring
that power. A doubt, however, h id
arisen as to whether this Conferred
on the board jurisdiction in tbe case
of agreements entered into prior to
the enactment of this legislation.
The case that hail been discussed at
Ottawa was far older than Ibis one,
the agreement dating back 30 years,
the company involved being tbe
Belleville & Hustings Tlie board
itself bad never had occasion thus
far to pass upon lhal point, ll it
Should be the (act lhat the board
could not go hack to agreements entered into prior to the enactment of
this legislation, then il li id no juris
diction iu Ibis case,
Another factor also deserved consideration, if an action were brought
iu the civil courts to compel specific
performance, if the thing asked to be
done was unreasonable ur inexpedient,
tbe court would exercise its discretion
and would not order specific performance If the bniiid of railway commissioners entered upon tbe ground nf
specific performance, ought they nutlo
proceed on the lines followed liy the
courts, in dealing with such cases? If
it were impossible to perform tbe contract, or if for anv oilier reason il
were unreasonable lo ask it,how could
tbe board order specific  pel t'ormanceV
Mr, Sutton—There are no grounds
of that character in this case lor re
fusing specific performance. It could
not be contended that the thing asked
to be ordered is unreasonable when the
coir.pany contracted twice to do it.
Chairman Mabee—The faol of their
making a contract with tbe government does not help you. Your contract must stand en its own bottom.
Mr. tint ton—I am fully aware of
Chairman Mabee asked where Mr,
Warren,who had left Toronlo to build
the road,was, and Mr. Sutton believed
he was somewhere in the province, but
he bad not been able to reach liiin
He had, however, served Mr. Deinulh
at lbe lirst moment he   knew   of   the
(Continued nn Page Four,)
ISTHH MonTR „f the I .ami l!cBistrv Apt.
and tn the matter of (ho tide to Lot 17.15
Hronn 1, Osoyoos Division, (now known as
slmllttameenl Itivlsloii of Vale Distrlot
British Columbia
WIIKIIKVS Ortiflnatr   nf Title of   Patriot
T.rrlnn  being Certificate nf Thli' No.
87(14)1, to thn ahove herpdlt •nients lias been
lout nr destroyed, an applloatlon tins boon
nindi. tn me for a <ltipltcnt>> tlicrr-of.
Notice Is hereby ctven that n duplicate Cor-
ttflnntc nf Title to the above hereditaments
will hp issued nt th" expiriiticin nf one ninntli
frnm the date herenf, unless In tin: meantime
valid objections to the contrary he made tn
me in writing.
W. H. KON'oXno,
niitrlrt Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry ofRee.
Kamloops, B. C Pert. 7.101(1.
llm Air, l.one Pine and Lookout Mineral
Claims, situate in the Orand Forks MIllillK
Division nf Yule Dlstrlet.
Where located: Iu McKinley eamp.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Kreil W. lipid, Pree
I Miners' Certificate No. BJ6J.V.I. fnr myself
nnd asageutfor .1. W. Cook, PteO Miners'
lerMBate No. 1)20260. and A. L tt'hlteslde,
Free Miners' Certificate No. H1HS56, intend,
sixty dn s frnm the date herenf, In apply to
the Mining Recorder for Certificates ol Improvement, for the pun use nf obtaining
Crown ilrants of the ahove claims.
And further tnke notice that actiuM. under
HGotion 117, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificates of Iniprnve-
Dated this 23rd day of July. A I) 1010.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANT available Dominion Lands within the
Railway licit nf llritish Columbia maybe
homestended hy uuy person who Is the head
uf ii family, nr nny maiu over eighteen ypar.
nf ase, to thp extent nf one-quarter seotion
of Kin nercs, more ur less.
Kntry must hp made personally nt the local
land office for tlie dlstriot in whioh the luud
' : situate.
Tlie homesteader is required tn perform
the cnnilitlutiH cuiuie.itpil   therewith   under
ne nf the following plans!
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land in each year fur three
(2) If the father (nr mother, If tin- fntlipr is
leoeosod), uf the homesteader resides llnotl a
farm iu thc vicinity nf tlie laud entered fur.
the requirements as tn resldenae may he sat-
isfled by such person residing with tlie father
sr mother.
(3) If the settler hus his permanent re.i-
lenee unou farming land owned hy him in
tlie vlolnlty nf his homestead, the require*
'iitsns tu residence initv   he   satisHed  hv
ddetice upon the salillaud.
ix mouths' notice  iu writing should hp
given the Commissioner nf Dominion Lauds
nt Ottawa of Intention to apply fur (intent.
Coal -Coal mining rights niuv he leased
fnr a period of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1.00 per acre. Not inure t'luu
" ""''aores shnll hp leased tu oue Individual ur
eompany.   A royalty at the rate of five cents
per tun shull be  collected on  tin, Inert-hunt-
hie cuni mined.
Deputy nf the Minister nf the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication of   this
advertisement will uut be paid for.
.(line   Mineral   claim, sltun.e in lhe Grand
Knrks Mining  llivislonnf Ynle District
Where l.npiitPtl: In Brown's Camp.
TAKK NOTICE Unit 1, Albert K. Savage, Free
1 Miners' Cerlllittnte No. 8571211, Intend, sixty
days (mm dnte hereof, tn apply tn the .Mlulng
Reo rderfornCe lllictttcot Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown crams of the
i i in
ul further take noliee thai nctlnn. nndi
section ill. must be commenced before tne Issu*
mice nf such Certificate of hn pro vein en [s.
Dated iu.Gr I Korks. B.C., tl.is 4th   day
June, A. IJ 1010
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You might ns well try to reach
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renders  liy-udveilising in any other The Fountain Head of Life
Is The Stomach^
A man who has ____ weak and impaired stomach and who does not
properly digest hie food will soon find that his blood has become
weak and impoverished, and that his whole body n improperly and
insufficiently nourished.
makes the stomach strong, promotes the flow ot
digestive Juices, restores the lost appetite, makes
assimilation perfect, invigorates the liver aad
purifies and enriches the blood. It is the great bIood*maker,
flesh builder and restorative nerve tonic. It makes men
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,,....';. Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N. Y,
(Concluded from Page Three.)
present session, the service being on
August 26. The chairman expressed
the opinion that, sufficient time had
not heen given for bhe representatives
of the company to appear.
is cither void or it is in effect, I do
not know why that clause was put in.
The argument was mnde by Mb.
Sutton in connection with the reference the chairman had made ti> the law
courts, that the railway commissioners
had much larger discretionary powers
than a court of law, and in all good
faith, he asked the board to ditect the
company to build, whether there was
an agreement in existence or not.   He
court held that it was unreasonable to
compel him to keep 150 men turning
out goods for which there was no
Chairman Mabee remarked that it
was hard to look after the rights of
people who had not enough interest in
their own business to be    represented.
"We'd naturally consider it, and see
what we can do," he remarked. He
asked Mr. Sutton to write to Mr,
Warren, informing him about the application, in order that tbe company's
views could be presented.
A man thinks he's worried about
bis business when he's afraid ho won't
be able to get away to a poker   game.
Sour Stomach, Heaitburu,Canker Sore
Mouth Cured by Mi-c-na
Sick headaches are caused by fndi-
gestion and a general disturbed condition of the stomach.
Cure the indigestion, and the headache, nausea, heartburn, sour stomach
and that "all in" feeling will   vanish.
Mi-o-na tablets will cure indigestion
or any other stomach trouble. They
will relieve almost instantly. Woodland it (Jo. have so much faith in
them that they will give you your
money hack if they don't.
.Mi-o na cures by making the stomach strong enough to produce enough
gastric juices to digest all the food
vou want to eat. It promptly puts
new life aud energy into the over*
worked and played out Walls of the
Use Mi-o-na for a week, and you
can eat what you want any time you
amuit it, and take pleasure in doing it.
Your blood will hy richer, redder,
purer after taking Mi-o-na, and it
only costs 50 cents a large box.
Bronchitis. Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back. Sold and guaranteed bv
Woodland k Co.
Scrutinizing the   bvlaw, Chairman j did not believe the  railway  company
would object it' thuy were ordered by
the commission to do a reasonable
amount of work.
Chairman Mabee—The case is surrounded by diHi.iulties. In whatever
direction we look, there is an awkward
point staring us in tne face. Here is
one of them. A part of the agreement
was a time limit, We cannot order
specific performance, for that would
involve doing the work in time that is
Mr. Sutton—Hut the right of application to you would not accrue to
us until the company bud defaulted. If
we appied to you before tbe time bad
expired, they would say to us, "Here,
wv are going to build yet. Give us
An old case determined many years
ago in tbe Ontario courts was cited by
tbe   chairman,   as an instance of the
Mabee came to a clause that stated
that if the company failed to fulfil the
terms of the agreement, the bylaw
would be void. "If the bylaw dies,
why does not the agreement die "'ith
it?" he asked.
Mr. Sutton said the company had
constructed its line and built its station in the city, and so realized upon
its share of the mutual advantages.
Chairman Mabee—Is not that part
covered hy this clause which provides,
in the event of default, that another
company may operate the line, on payment of reasonable tolls?
Mr. Sutton—That might he a little
satisfaction, but it certainly is not satisfaction for tbe line not being built
up the nortli fork.
Chairman Mabee—I do not know
what it means, tbat "the bylaw will
be void."
Bridge Street,
The hpst and most
substantial tlre-privf
hulldlr.griii the Boundary country. Recently <•<_ .ii|.l.>t<>(l mid
ii I- w I y furnished
throughout. Equipped with nil modern
electrical couveu-
ipnpps, Centrally lo*
rated. tflrst-cltiBS ae-
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lirsl-Class Bar, Pool
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Just io fi-i'l the pulse of
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Mr, Suqton—If tlie  agreement   is discretionary power to refuse  specific
void, we cun, I  .suppose,  make  them  performance in cases where  it   would
take up the tracks?
Chairman Mabee—You ask us to
direct specific performance. Yet the
bylaw says it is to ratify the agreement, and the bylaw is now void.    It
entail undue hardship,or where it was
unreasonable. In the case cited,a man
received concessions from a town, and
engaged to operate a factory employing 150 hands,   for   ten  years.    The
The  following table gives the ore shipments of   Boundary mines
for 1905,1906  and for the past week:
'   1907 1909   Past Week
Granbv Mines, Phoenix       613,537 1,067,983       2_.,«05
Snowshoe. Phoenix       135,001 170,360         1,615
Mother Lode, Deadwood       208,321 350,433         7,500
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King.Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West 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 Camp	
K. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Republic.Boundary Falls	
Golden Eagle	
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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 vour ordor, We guarantee
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter  637,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  153,431)
1,51)8,715        32,582
Total Treated !      1,133,017     1,384,107
,1  uppllo;
limply ii
i people nf   nil i-lusse*.
now Hal,■:- plan reeui
Hie people. Hlini'l.
tlion 17 cents ii ilny.
The n-m.lt hns bee
linns   lut'   llltichiIll's   Ihn
The ile tiftlld conies
nil nues, ii,l i. eiipntii....
Tin' ntujerlty m ItiqtilrleB hns come (ruin peo.
le of known tinniielnl  stninlliiK WHO were HI-
traded by the novelty of the propon. 'on. An
impressive iiciiniiiHtmtiini nf tin- Immense popularity of the Oliver Typewriter
A startling conflriuittion of our belief tlmt
ihe Km nt Oiiirerntl Typewriting is nt hnud..
A FQuarter "of a Million People
are Making Money with
Tfje _»___
The Standard Visible Writer
The Otivrr Typewriter is i\ inoney-makn
right from the word "got" Snensyto run Mint
lieifihiiem ennii u'et in ihe "expert" class, ttnrn
ns j'on learn. Let the mnphltifl i uy the I" cents
ii liny—nnd nil abnvu thnt Is yoiirs.
Wherever you are, thero ts work to be done
nml money to lie made hv using Hie Oliver. Ttie
business world (a calling for ullver operators.
There nre not enough to supply ihe demand.
Thflrfinliirit's are considerably above ttinse "f
inaiiyjelasscsof workers.
An Oliver Typewriter in Every Home!
That is the battle cry today. Ae have made
tho Oliver supreme in usefulness and absolutely
Indispensable in business. S»\v comes tin; conquest of tin' home,
The Blmpltctty and strength ofthe Oliver lit tt
for family use.  It I- bncomlfiB un Important
factor in the n e (minim: of young people.
An educator ns well as a money maker.
Our new selling plan puis tlie Oliver mi the
threshold nf every borne lu America.  Will vou
clast' thc door ol vmir home or olliee on ihis re-
m mini Mr Oliver ofT-r?
Writ*' for further details of our easy oiler nnd
n free copy of tne uew Oliver catalog.  Address
The Oliver Typewriter Company,
Oliver Typewriter Building,
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of j
Ice Cream  and  Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
sor Honing a
Razor Honing a Specialty.
Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
 in V in i.s lis 1
Totnl to    Lutest      Per
Unto.       Dute.   Slmre
r--SHAHKB—,        Paid
Nambop COMPANY, t'upitiii.    Infilled. Par.       19041	
Oranby QoMolld_ited--Oappar,..U5,000,000,   135,000 Moo $l,02o,uoo 18,568,080 Deo. IMS J3.00
t'lirilioo Meiiiiiiiev   i.oltl      1,250,000   1,250,000     tl            ...._..    .n_u       ,w.
""     "            "" 200 000       311100      *5 IS.CHOO
pper-Copper     3,000.01)0    ;503,OOO     *;, ....".
32.9G7' Pr«Vi.ip.iVo-snvr„-
Lon, Copper—Cop
540.887 Feb. 1004
SS.22I Sept. 1006
_.01.20U Sept. ISO?
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
1st Dook North of Granby Hotki.,
Fibst Struct.
Heavy antl Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
Tki.kpiionk A129
60  YEARS'
Hint free. OMoat apency foriocurtiigwrteni
l'.iti.ntfl taken through Hunn * Co. rec
tmcial notice, w 11 hout coarse, lu tht
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnntost circulation of any IClQDtlOo journal. Terms for
Canada, <AT5 n year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
Branch Oflw" '"" V bt,, Washington, D. C


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