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LefUlatite Libtary
ftbe
Sun.
i Year—No. *W^
Grand Forks, B. C, Eriday, August 10,1906
Semi-Weekly—$1.00 Per Year in Advance
M'KINLEY MINE
This will not be finally determined
until extensfve stripping and cross-
cutting operations are carried out.
Looking   west  these   open   cuts
have a length of 8, 90, 25, and 40
Graphic    Description   Of thefcet respectively.    Most of the ore
Well   Known   Franklin
Camp Property
The Maple Leaf and  Other
Claims Described at
Length
It is the phenomenal surface
showings which most impresses visitor to Franklin camp. Mining men
nl* long experience simply view them
to amazement. Tbey are a unit in
declaring that the geological conditions in this ancient sedimentary
basin are ideal in every respect. The
strength of the surface outcrop, the
iron capping, the formation and method of occurence, ihey assert, Till
combine to assure tin.' permanency
• if the ore bodies to great depth.
Although no official information
has been made public, ii is regarded
as a safe bet that the money being
expended in diamond drilling operations at the McKinley mine has not
been wasted; on the contrary the
work, according to general belief,
has only confirmed die enthusiastic
predictions of every man in eamp.
Tho average prospector may not
have geological niuiieiic'inUiie ill
lingcr-tips, but he invariably shows
"horse sense" when it comes to
sizing up a region traversed in lime
dykes and birdseye phnrpyry. Many
have struck ore with no labor than
that involved in removing the sur*
.'ace wash; others less fortunate but
equally optimistic anticipate success
when ihey shall have penetrated tbe
iron caping often extending to a considerable depth. According to local
experience, the rich sulphides ure
almost invariably found sooner or
■later beneath the oxidized capping
so characteristic of this camp. Nature was in a generous mood when
she laid down these extensive ore
zones whose presence are frequently
indicated by the discoloration of the
ground by iron oxide often compris*
ing areas of hundreds of feet.
Now that the McKinley has pass
ed the prospect stage and is regard
ed here as a mine proved and de
iiionstrateil beyond shallow of doubt
interest is now centered in the Maple
Leaf group on the northern slope 'of
Hanner mountain. Its development
was only undertaken six weeks ago
after the discovery of a rich out crop
of copper-gold ore. In this brief
period, wonders have been accomplished under the direction of the
superintendent, Mr. A. J. Stewart.
For a distance of three hundred feet
along the trend of the ore zone, four
open cuts on the slope ot the hill
have been excavated. They run
north and south und apparently
cross-cut the ore body whose width
has not yet been determined. It is
significant, however, that there is
solid high grade chalcopyrite ore in
every working. In the longest cut,
12 feet of the glistening metal averages 22 per cent copper, besides tbe
gold and silver values. Bunches of
galena occur here and there. Thc
indications are that, the ore zone
runs north-east and south-west, the
direction of most of the mineral
belts  on the adjacent   mountain.-?.
exposed is high grade in character.
The few lean spots, however, will
assay 82 per ton higher than the
average sulphide ores of the Boundary district. The chalcopyrite exposed in these various open cuts,
assay fi per cent copper, besides the
gold and silver values, equivalent to
over SI per ton. It is self fluxing,
as the gangue is largely composed of
lime, iron and sulphur. The depth
of these cuts vary from twelve to
twenty feet. In places, the ore
comes to the surface; and again, at
other points the leaching process has
left only an oxydizeil capping some
times seven feet in thickness. It is
too early to hazard any opinion as
to thc actual width of this bonanza
ore zone. The long open cut has al
ready proven it for a distance of
ninety leet with a decided dip into
the bill. Hanging and footwall
have yet to be found. The porphyry belt at the top of the mountain, 51)0 feet distant, may yet be
shown to be the actual limit of the
ore zone. This theory has secured
partial coiiliiirition with the past
few days. Stripping the surface -it
a point 400 feet away from the near
est working and 200 feet farther up
the hill iu a north-westerly direction, the same Characteristic capping
with ore underneath was uncovered.
This latest discovery is the most important yet made. The dip is apparently the same ns that of the
other showings. '
All in all, the Maple Leaf promises to equal if not surpass the McKinley mine, both in regard to value
and magnitude of ore body. It is unquestionably true thai the McKinley
owing to the depth of the capping
where the work was first undertaken,
did not make as good a showing as
the present appearance of the Maple
Leaf, until after thousands of dollars had been expended, It is proposed to cross-cut the ore zone, by
running a tunnel several hundred
feet farther down the hill; this will
assuredly determine the question of
its permanency and width. The elevation of the present -workings is
over l,00u feet, above Gloucester
creek, as the ground embraced in
this group extends almost to the
valley a series of tunnels may yet lie
run. With the Introduction of the
gravity system, mining charges will
be reduced to a minimum. The
claims comprise tbe Maple Leal',
Climax and Twilight. Tbey adjoin
one another and overlap the southern slope of Banner mountain, being
almost in line with the McKinley
mine ou the opposite mountain,
Thew were bonded two months ago
by Messrs. (ieo. A. MacLeod and 11.
\\. Warrington of (irand Forks,.and
Fee brothers and Mr. M. Young,
The bonders in turn interested Salt
Lake capitalists. Mr. MacLeod is the
pioneer operator of the camp, whose
possibilities he fori saw two years ago
when he acquired and started work
on the now famous McKinley.
After proving it to be a big mine,
Mr. MacLeod disposed of the property to Mr. F. Aug. Heinze, the Butte
magnate, and a number of New
York capitalists.
The Twilight claim, farther up the
hill from the Maple Leaf, bus an t)
foot shaft containing cdpper ore and
galena. The same people have also
secured a bond on the Beaver claim,
adjoining, from Chas. Mix of Grand
Forks. This proposition has a number of excellent surface showings,but
they have not yet been opened up.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Judge Clement Reverses Decision of License Commissioners
Grand Forks Labor Union Will
Celebrate Labor Day at
Curlew Lake
The case of Geo. B. Todd, being an
appeal from the decision of the licensing I'oniniissioiiei's for the Grand Forks
district, was argued before bis honor
.ludge Clement iu the county court
last Tuesday afternoon. Mr Todd
some time ago made application for an
hotel license at the upper Franklin
townsite, and was refused the same by
the commissioners. Judge Clement
grunted the appeal.
Grand Forks Leber Union Xo. ISO
will run an excursion to Curlew lak
on Labor day, September 3rd.   Othe
uniorsof the Boundary will  co-operate and it is the intention   t.i   make
the event a general   gathering of th
laboring   people   of  the district.    A
movement is now  on foot  to  induce
the mines and smelters of this sectii
to close down on  thnt day.
Ham Horner yesterdav started wurk
on the foundation of L. A. Manly's
fine new residence opposite Bridge
street aernss the North Fork. Tht
contract for the construction of the
building, which will be one of the
finest in the city, has been let t
Hubert Mackintosh.
The finishing touches are now being
put on Chas. Brown's new residence
OU Winnipeg avenue. It is one of the
handsomest structures in the Boundary, the cost being over $4000, and
itis a decided credit to the city.
Senator Warner Miller, nf Mew
York, president of the Dominion Cupper coinpiiiiy, ami M. M. Johnson, of
Salt Luke City, consulting engineer of
the same company, were in the city
Tuesday evening on a tour of inspection.     While   in  the   Boundary they
isited the Dominion company's smelter al Bonn.liny Falls and  the mines
u Phoenix.
Geo. C, Rose, editor and proprietor
if the Kelowna Courier, -as a visitor
n ihe oity last Tuesday, being enroute in Cascade, when* ho owns some
mining properties. Mr. Roue was for-
irly lliiiiiiiiii.il customs olficcl' at the
pull   nl   Ciuuuule.     lb'   says   there is
in.nv money  in  the newspaper bust
. work fur theguveninii'iil.
ness thnn 1.
The surveying engine, rs uf the
(treat Northern, whu have been locating the branch line uf that road between this city and the Pathfinder,
cainc ii) on Tuesday, registering at
the Windsor, with the intention uf
stopping oyer night. A hurry-up call
from Princeton tu Engineer Mil-
liken while ut lunch, however, cut
the stay short, tbey leaving iuunedi
atcly fur that point.
Mr*. John Temple ami Mrs. Watson   are   visiting   at   Halcyon   |lu{
.Springs.
bridge, the Canadian Pacific railway
proposes to make a fill 1300 feet long
and 200 feet high at Cascade. It is
estimated that the cost of this improvement will be 8500,000.
The Hritish Columbia Copper company limited, has received one of the
three mammoth furnaces which it is
abuut to install at the smelter works
iit Greenwood, and it is now on its
foundations. The other two will soon
follow from Milwaukee, where they
are being manufactured. J. E. McAllister, manager, expects to have
the first furnace blown iu some time
at the end of this month, and the entire plant in operation by September
The improvements at the smelter and
mines will cost about $400,000.
James Petrie, muster mechanic of
the LeRoi mine in Rossland, was in
the city for a few days during the
present ie*k, visiting his brother,
Robert F Petrie. Mr. Petrie speaks
enthusiastically of the Leltoy, which,
he says, is making a profit of $50,001)
per month at present, and by this
time next year this will, it is expected, be   i 'eased   to  $100,000  per
month. The five-compartment shaft
in now down l,3Ul) feet, anil it is to
be sunk to the 2,0u0 foot level at a
eust of abuut $125 per foot.
'IT.e Kettle Valley* line will run an
excursion to Curlew lake next Sunday.
Provincial Constable I. A. Dins-
tiio.-e went up to Phoenix yesterday
on official business.
Tiie work of tearing down two sections of the smelter roof was commenced this week, the same being
considered unsafe. It will be re
placid by a new ste 1 roof, and work
ou ii will probably be started at the
Steel Construed.in Works next Monday.
The one month old baby of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Clark died at 1 oclock
Wednesday night, the funeral taking
plaee yesterday.
For fresh groceries, vegetables and
fruits uf all kinds, call up phone 12—
Lawson, Baker k George.
1'*. K. Siuipsnii, editor of the Cran
brook Herald, was a caller at The
Suu olliee yesterday.
Gus MeGariison, a brakeman at the
suielter, bad two bones broken in one
if his legs last Friday night, by the
backing up of one of the siuiill engines.
Ho was taken tu the Cottage hospital,
where he will be Innl up fur some
time.
Ti.'kel Agent Stevens, with the
Great No|'tlieni al this point, has ao*
cepted a similar position with the C.
I'. I'.. at Nelson, lie is miccoded by
Mr. fiby,
ITIS
Practical Illustration of the
Abolition of the Peddlers'
License
If the City Does Not Want the
Fee, the Province Will
Collect It
Bid-  fur  the  construction  .
Grand Trunk Paciflo for seventy
miles wist nf Gdinont Vltu
be asked for at unci1.
the
•vou
will
Trucinaii, the well known Vancouver photographer, has a new ad
in this issue.
Bicyclists state
good ou top of I
Winnipeg avenue.
that wheeling  is
iC  dust  wave on
Jim Seals, of Danville, was in the
It  is  stated that, in order to avoid , oity  last   Wednesday  for a strayed
the   necessity  of   maintaining a  lung  COW with three white from feet.
Here is an instance uf how tho
pending peddlers' license by-law would
operate.
A day or two ago Provincial Constable Dinsmore was down in Cascade
A vendor of fruits and vegetables arrived from the American side with a
wagonluad of wares. Mr. Dinsmore
asked him fur his license.
"Oh," says Mr. Vendor, "Grand
Forks has repealed the peddlers'
license fee, and I don't need one now.
"Well," replied  Mr.   Dinsmore, "1
will   give   you   twenty  minutes   in
I which tu take out a licerise or  go   iqi
to Grand Forks and take the chances
uf being fined.
The man took out a provincial peddlers' license, paying $20 therefore.
Hitherto the province has waived
the collection of this tax and given it
ta the city of Grand Forks ; but if the
eity does not want it, the provincial
authorities will in future see that it is
collected.
Query: Is it to the advantage uf
the city to give tbis fee to the prov-
vince 1 And how is the consumer
benefited by tho repeal of the old bylaw !
FRANKLIN NEWS
[Specud Cofi'cspondeTice of The Sun.\
Franklin, B. C, Aug. 9.—A iort-
,ble sawmill plant will likely be established here shortly, W, S. Burns,
a well known Kossland lumberman,
was here this week looking for a location. He inspected several sites in
this vicinity. Before leaving for
home he stated that he regarded the
lumber resources uf the North Fork as
ample for mining and other purposes
for many years. Mr. Burns expects
to return shortly, lie formerly operated in the Coeur d'Alenes. He
was accompanied on the trip by Norman Fraser uf Rossland.
Recent visitors here included B. \j$*
111011117 president ol the Franklin
Townsite company; Geo. A. Fraser,
M.L.A.j Mayor 11 niton, Provincial
Constable Dinsmore, Bat Byrnes and
Wm. Shaw, all of Grand Forks.
Joe Taylor, one of the pioneer pros-
peotora of tin- Boundary district, has
lately been inspecting the bij,r showings in this eamp. He accompanied
Johnnie Meyers, who is doing assessment work on a promising group on .
Banner mountain. Air. Tayloi was
out; of the original locators of the
Brooklyn and JStemwijider in Phoenix
eamp. lie expressed the belief that
Franklin will surpass every mining Camp in southern British Columbia within five years. He made
several locations during his stay here.
Forbes M, Kerby, of Orand Forks,
and Mr. Shaw of Greenwood, are here
surveying various mineral claims for
their respective clients.
Fred Clyde has completed the assessment on the Jumbo and Wallace,
located on the west slope of McKinley
mountain. He encountered some rich
looking ore. m
Hurt Averill has struck a rich shoot
of bornite and chalcopyrite on his
Manner mountain claims, the Amalgamated and Crescent GUir iEfattmn mm
I'ulilUheil nt Grand Forks, BrltUh Columbia
Every Tuesday and l-'rlilay Evening.,
[J. H. &TAHS... .  Editor and Pulilishpr
8UB8CHIPTI0S KATES I
One Year |l,8(l
One Year (ill ndvanoe)        1.00
*.(Werttling rates rurnlshed on uptlttu iti n
Leiral notices. 111 and *■ eents per line.
Address all cnnunindentions to
Thk Evening Son,
Oiionk 1174 Ghand Points, U.C.
Friday, august 10. nun;
It has come to that point now
where an expert who can tell something from the meager develoment of
a prospect is the one wanted by the
investing public. He must he an experienced geologist, who can say from
the surface indications what ought to
follow with expensive development
and greater depth, the developed
mines that are in the market now are
very few The expert who can measure up the ore in sight and test it and
give you figures as to the value of the
mines from the ore in sight are plentiful, but he who can examine the surface indications in a mineralized zone
and then with reasonable accuracy decide on what ought to be found at
such and such a depth is the rare and
at present desirable man to be had by
capitalists.
SUNDAY SERVICES
Methodist Choboh—Services next
Nabhath at 11 a.m. and 7:80 p.m.
Morning subject, "Lessons From Ne-
bo;" evening, "Go Forward." If not
worshipping elsewhere, a hearty invitation is extended to you to come and
worship with us. E. Manuel, pastor.
Baptist Church—Rev. F. Wi
Auvache, pastor. Services on 'Sunday
in the High School building at 11 a.
in. and 7:30 p.m. Evening subject,
"The Rest Thing to Have." A welcome to all.
Salvation Abmy—Public meetings
will be conducted every night during
the week at 8 o'clock. Sunday services: 7 a.m., knee drill; 11 a.m., holiness meeting; 3 p.m., free and easy;
4 p.m., Sunday school; 8 p.m., salvation meeting. These meetings will be
conducted in the old Union hotel hall
on Riverside avenue. A hearty welcome is extended to all.
SNAP—nine room house in the
North addition for sale at a bargain;
terms. Inquire of Geo. Pound, or at
The Sun office.
Wedding Bells
The marriage of Arthur H. Napper,
of this city, and Miss M. L. Sadler,
of Rugeley, Staffordshire, England,
was solemnized at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jeffery Hammar, Fourth
street, at 5:00 p. m. yesterday, Rev.
Mr. MeLeod officiating. The wedding was a quiet one, the only persons
present being Mr. and Mr. Hammar
and family.
The groom is an old-timer of Grand
Forks, and is one of the most popular
young clerks in the city. The bride
arrived in thc city from Mr. Napper's
old home in England on Thursday
last. She is an estimable and accomplished young lady.
In the evening a reception was ten
dered to about twenty-five friends of
the young couple, who were heartily
congratulated by all present. Mr
and Mrs. Napper were the recipient:
of many costly and valuable present.
The young couple will reside at tl
Hammar residence for the present.
It is reported that the Athelstan
property, in Wellington camp, is about
to resume shipping ore to the Roun-
darv Falls smolter. The Dominion
Copper company lias had experts go
ing over the property, nnd  it  i~ said
the company will acquire the mine on
a hond.
She was Wi!d with Pa.n
From Willow Creek, Ont., Miss IC.
Deigel writes: "A few years ago I
was drenched with rain and got lumbago; it was like a steel rod piercing
inv baok. I also had earache and was
just wild with pain, I applied hatt
ing soaked with Nerviline to my ear
and rubbed on Nerviline for my lum-
bogo, That rubbing relieved and in
a few hours I was well. No other
liniment could do this." It's the penetrating power of Nerviline tlmt
makes it superior to all oelier liniments. Nothing heats it; 25c at all
dealers.
THE  MINING RECORDS
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from July
24 to August lo, inclusive:
HRroHIl (IK l.lll'ATIONS.
Empire, Wellington eamp, W G
Ganine; Sheridan, Long Lake camp,
Joseph Troiiibley: Commonwealth,
Franklin camp, Emil Larsen and A.
Modigh; Province, A. Modish anil
Emil Larsen; Dandy, Wellington
camp, Charles H Tye; Preston, Coryell station, Geo A Cameron; B C,
Franklin camp, A M Genin; Copper
King, Franklin camp, J M Paulson;
Standard, Knight's camp, Fred H.
Knight; Dreadnaught fraction, Franklin camp, Murdoch McQuarrie; Montreal, Franklin camp, |D Whiteside;
Stray Bog, Franklin camp, J Weleher; Black Rear, McKinley eamp,
Salvatnr Bonacci; Summerside, Coryell station, Catherine Munro; Hope,
Franklin camp, Halger Hansen; Wall-
borg, Franklin cnmp. Charles Hansen;
Two Orphans, Franklin camp, .lames
Wilcher; Liverpool Spring, Blue Joint
creek, James Wilcher; Robin Hood.
Frai klin camp, .lames Wilcher; Lost
Injun, Franklin camp, James Wilcher
Swamp Angel, Summit camp, Al
Logers; Evenintr Star, Carter's camp.
K C Kerman; Gold Crown, Franklin
camp, A E Feinell: Gold Hill, Franklin eamp, Win T Horrishoe; Big Giant
fraction, Wilcher mountain, Gus Peterson; Carbonate fraction, Wellington
camp, John Buckley,
CERTIFICATE OK WOHK
Deadwood, Franklin   ..'{imp, Corvell
et  al.;   Hotnestake,   Franklin   camp,
Coryell   et  al.;Axe,   Franklin  camp,
Todd et al.; Franklin, Franklin camp,
I
Frank    McFarlane;     Alto     fraction, j
Franklin camp, F M Kerby: Antelope
fraction, Franklin camp, Ida Kerby:
Grande fraction, Franklin camp,Frank
McFarlane; Banner fraction, Franklin
cnmp, R W Garrison; Violet fraction,
Franklin camp, B Garrison, 2 years;
Triangle, Rrmvif's camp, John Rogers;
Carbonate, Wellington eamp, Buckley
et al.; Silver King, Franklin camp,
Paulson et al; Oyama fraction,Browns
camp, M D White; Iron Bell fraction,
Brown's camp, J Pringle; Iron Chief,
Hardy mountain, Nelson et al; Sunrise, Wellington camp, Nelson et al;
Gladiator fraction, Greenwood eamp,
Ida Kerby; Ironclad fraction, Wellington camp, Porter et nl; Hold King,
Franklin camp, J S C 1 riser; Pay
Ore, Franklin eamp, J *•; 0 Fjjaser;
Emily Annie, Moody creek, Phillip
Reilly; Yellow Jacket, Franklin camp
Kei by et al; Eclipse, Franklin camp,
Kerby et al.; Ajax, Franklin camp,
McKinley mines et id; Ruth, Hardy
mouniain, P J Byrne; Windfall, Wellington eamp, A T Sanderson; White
Pine, Wilcher mountain, J 'C Rutler;
May, Summit camp, J J Evans; Summit, Worcester camp, Harris et al.
TRANSFERS.
Carbonate, Wellington camp, all
interest, O B Nelson to P B Nelson;
Blue Boy fraction, Knight's camp,l-2,
F II Knight to E 11 Knight; Togo,
Brown's camp, all, M D White to K
White; Union, Franklin camp, 1-4,
Mike McDonnell to Lewis Johnson;
Monterey, Manhattan, Elgin and Aspen, Franklin camp, 1-3, Geo A Mac
Leod to D Whiteside; Stray Dog and
Lost Injun, Franklin eamp, all, James
wilcher to D Whiteside: Eclipse and
Yellow Jacket, Franklin camp, 1-5, G
Develer to Peter Taylor McCallum;
Mollie Pi'itchard 6-16,Carbonat** 7-1 (i.
and Athelstmie 6-16, T It May to
John Buckley.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
TUB  YALE
II (' Marshall, Toronto; J 1. Sim
minis. Vancouver;B Bums, Nelson;
.1 Mills and wife. Portland; If W
Melville, Boston; M M Johnson.
Salt Lake City; H A Small. J 1
Wait, Vancouver, W E Lindsley
Spokane; Henry *l Miller, Fort
Wayne, Ind; Geo C Hose, Kelowna;
Wm I.ocklmrt and family, Spokane;
R Stewart, Vancouver; I) E Chamberlain, Toronto; .1 D Yumpper,
Fort Wnyi e, Ind; T Cnmp. Vancouver; R A Weir, Toronto; Chns
Gernen, Greenwood; C R Mnreliison,
Spokane; II S Taylor. Winnipeg; M
G I.ane, Repuhlic; F E Simpson.
Craiilii'ook: G Clayton,-Derby, Eng
land.
THE WINDSOR
1) MeLiiiightoii, (.Hosier: O Olsi n,
Nelson; H Harris. Glostcr; I! Mi-
Lellnn. Spokane; P Bnrnis, ''.luster:
A Wallace. Franklin-** I' J Byrne.
I'hoenix; Henry watlin, Nelson; .1
Wallace, (-'loster;!1* Alines, l\ V line;
P McLeod, Phoenix; II Kay. Nelson; M G McGciuiiaii, Spokane: A C
Debold, Wenatehee; Win McKenzie.
Kaslo: B J Averill, Repuhlic; J B
Buchanan, Nelson; Win F Milliken.
.1 E Norton, C E Hayden, D H A-h-
worih. William Wiseman, Hei rv
Hogan, Thos Poole. D Rede. T
Weisner, Phoenix, Great Northern
Survey; A E Ellon, Win Cuttler.
(ireenwood.
T.I Morgan, Rosslnnd; G Silvei-
slroni, Rossland; J Anken, Nelson:
Fred Swain, Michel; AS Hill, Bess
land; A Wallace, Cluster; Aug Johnson, Lynch Creek; E Eriekson, J
Altroll, Miles (luster, C Kennedy, .1
A Graham. Thos Farrell. A Tvlander, Nelson: E McCullogh. A E
Morrison, O Greenquist, Rosslnnd.
OllANHV
F. M. Riesenberg, M. D., 'Cineili*
natti; John Fletcher nnd wife, Sulllt
Ste. Marie, Mich; Chas Davis, Montreal.
PROVINCE
F E Chile, Midway; Mr. and Mrs.
J Unhurt. Ferry; Phil Morris, Greenwood; V> B Buchanan, Westbridge.
VALHALLA
Miles Custer, Nelson; B Sweeney,
Franklin; A Hylander, Nelson.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
FOR RENT OR LEASE—32-Room
Flat, partly furnished; best location
in the city; rent reasonable.     Enquire
at Dr. Averill's residence.   Phone 25.
The Sun is only $ 1.(10 per year. It
is issued twice a week, and prints
more news than any jther paper in the
Boundary—and prints it while it is
news. Just at present our circuhi-
tii.u is growing so rapidly that wc
have heen compelled to employ an additional bookkeeper. In order to
give this man permanent employment
we are prepared to receive a few more
names. /
FOR SALE ai* a Bargain—Five-
acre Fruit r nch, 7**i 5-year old trees;
7-rooni house: good barn and well;
price 82)300. For further particulars
cull at The Suu olliee.
W PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
Of its kind in the citv.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREE1S
Barely Lived Through it
A terrible experience hud Edw J
O'Connor of Saiilt Ste Marie. From
boryhood, he writes, "I have been a
constant sufferer from asthma and catarrh, My nose and throat was always stopped up and I had droppings
in the throat. When attacks came
on I thought I couldn't live through
the night. I would sit up gasp for
breath and endure great'distress. Catarrhozone made me entirely well."
Nn stronger proof is required. Asthma is curable, so is catarrh. Use Catarrhozone and your recovery is guaranteed. Two sizes, 25c and 81 at all
dealers.
Few Will Escape
The  torturing aches of corns.    Be
prepared—the only  painless  cure
Putnam's Corn Extractor. Fifty years
in use and absolately guaranteed.
The oftener your advertisement
reaches the public, the greater -villno
its trade attracting powers.
Hotel V
alhalla
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SGIGARSTORE
J
RIVERSIDE AVENUE'. GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First*Class Accommodations for
Transients. Smelteimeu's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplied with the Best the
Market AlWds.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always  in  Stock  at the Bar.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE   LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
i SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AN It
NICK   AND   IRONED   BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVKHSIDE AVEN.UK'.-
ORAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE—FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
**•*■      AN ORNATE BLAZE OF GLORY !   A GLEEFUL COMMINGLING OF JOVIALITY!
WCBARDS&PRIN61K <£££& MINSTRELS
MORE FUN THAN A CIRCUS
■10—A Coalition of Mirth Vivacity .mil Gaiety—40
The   Big  Six   Comedians—Clarence  Powell,   Fred  Simpson,   Frank1 Kirk.
.lames Crosby, Happy Bureguaid, Lester Mc Daniels.
Plan at Woodland's, Reserved Seat, 81.00; Admission, BU Cents
jKBia
A, Erskine Smith & Go
Watch This Space
Bridge and First Sts
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
cTWEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B ($
Buy Your Wife
Her Supply of
Groceries
At our store. It will save her a lot of inconvenience and hard work in
preparing your dinner, as we only handle the best of everything.
Everything for the kitchen. We advertise "Tho Best"—and we've
got the goods. The main factor in keeping the stock always fresh is
our Low Prices.
elmJeteZe^f GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND BOOTS AND SHOES
It will pay you to inspect our goods in this department before
buying elsewhere. We can save you'inonoy, and guarantee satisfaction,
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Opposite C.P.R. Station
Phone 30
It is an easy matter fo be honest
on a good income.
PROVINCE HOTEL
BRIDGE STREET
EMIL LARSEN, PROP,
Entirely Refurnished and Renovated Throughout
Hot and Cold Baths
First-class board by day, week or' month. Special
rates to steady boarders. The finest furnished rooms
in the city. American and European plans. No
Chinee cooking.
Finest Bar in City in Connection
R. G. MCGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, (inn Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street        Grand Forks, B.G.
Geo. Taylor
GENERALC0NTRA2T0
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor.
AS YOI LIKL IT
It is not what a man owes but what
he pays, that keeps him poor.
No man believes half of the things
he wants his wife to belieye.
The more money a man has yi the
bank the more interest he takes in
life.
You should beware of the
man wdio prays out of one side of the
mouth anrl swear out of the other.
Kind words are pleasing to the
ear, but Ihey won't fill an empty
stomach.
A fellow with  a new gold  waleh
cures a good deal ahout whnt time it
Many two cent stamps are used
to convey one cents worth of im formation.
The owls acquired their reputa-
tntion for wisdom by saying one
thing and stii king to it.
A woman does not care anything
about the silver linings of cloud;
if onlv her gowns are silklinfd.
The  water in  the Kettle river nt
lthe  present time is so low that  the
I kid with cheeks of tan has to jump
in twice in order to get wet.
Spokane, Senttle, j
Bverett, llellii....
10.40 a in. I.ai... Vanoouver. I
Victoriu mill  nil j
 I Chub* point*..
5.1.1 |)..i
, Spokane, I'Vrt.ie,
10:40,1.11.. Wlnulpeg.St.Paul
 I und Mlnnoo polls..
. Northport. Hois* I
10:40 n.m. I lund. Nelson, Kn«-1  5:11, p.
lo mill Siimttm.
I Kepilblio, Curlew I
5:25 p.m. I and Kerry (Mill- j 10:115 u.i
I way) i
There would be no excuse for a
traveling show troupe to spring jokes
that were worn thread-bare above
the knees sometime in the 17th century if they were wise enough to
read The Sun.
5:80 p.m. i Phoenix, B.O.
Coniinectiug  ut Spoliuiu* with the fii-
mouti
"ORIENTAL LIMITED*
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
From Spokane for Winnipeg, St, Paul,
Minneapolis, Si. Louis, (llueugo null nil
points enst.
For complete Information, lutes,
l.i'i-tli reservations, etc, call on or mill res,,,
H. SHEBDY, Agent,
l.r.unl Forks
S. G. YERKES, A.G. I'. A..
Seattle.
I*
When
You consider
that a poorly
printed job costs
just as much as
one that presents a neat and
tasty appearance, do you not
think that your
busi ne as demands the latter kind ?
40
Good Printing—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. We guarantee satisfaction.
We care not what others may take,
but as for us, give us the running of
a dog and pony circus and it will
make verv little difference who con
trols the. copyright on "Everybody
Works Hut Father."
M. Meeklenberg, M. A., the celebrated oculist,optician and eye specialist, will again be at the Yale, Aug.
27-29, Now is yoar opportunity tu
have yoar eyes attended to properly
by this well known and widely experienced eve specialist. Fees moderate;
satisfaction guaranteed.
Fits Your Case Exactly
You know how you feel—blue,
sickly and heavy. Each.morning you
waken in a dull "dopy" condition and
wish it wera night again. Yoar liver
is wrong and needs fixing with Dr.
Hamilton's Pills; they do cure all liver
ills. At once the system is relieved of
poisons, blood is enriched mil purified,
appetite increases and digestion picks
up. Health and vigor return because
Dr. Hamilton's Pills make the body
proof against weakness and disease.
For your liver, yonr kidneys, your
stomach, for the sake of yovr looks
and feelings, trv Dr. Hamilton's Pills,
Joe per box at all dealers.
TRUEMAN
We Well Known PHOTGRAPHER
of Vancouver, B. C, will be at
Blome's Old Studio, Bridge Street,
for TEN DAYS only, commencing
September 8th.   *   "»    ***   »   »   *
This will he your only opportunity for some time
to secure First-Class Photographic works, as the
visits_ to this city of artists of Mr. Trueman's
standing arc very rare. His work is too well
known to the people of this city to require extended notice.
fSSSSSSSSSS^JSSSSSSBSSSSBi miwiiii
Remeber the Date
Sept. 8th---Ten Days
d
The Lion Bottling W >r'<s have cut
their price on all case-and draught
wine-i and liquors.
THE
=:*7
i Hotel
.Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the hest brands
ol wines, liquors uml
cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
-*•**--■* •—w-?
To tiie Board of Licensing Comnii..-
sioners, Grand Forks
MOTlpE fo hereby given that the undersign-
I' ed will, at thf next meetimtof the Hounl
nf l,ti-f*iinitm Commissioner* for thn City of
Grand Porks* apply Jar it transfer of the
hotel license granted In respect of the Al-
berta Hfttal, Riverside street, Brand (?orks,
from A. Traunwehiet' i.i Sot en Nelson. Also
tci have the name of the hotel ohanged from
the A1 her tn to the Valhalla.
Dated at Grand LMrltB this 24th day of July,
A. TRAUNWEISER,
SOREN NELSON.
NOTICE
Annie Lee. Mineral Claim, situate in the
Grand ror Us Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located. In Smith Wellington
Cat tip.
TAKK NOTICE that 1, John Robert Brown,
1 Agent for Edmund T. Uu-kwire, free
MiiiBr s Certi-flowto Nn. 112071, Thomas G. Edwards Pree Miner's I rrtiilcate No. $6887 and
William   Bi George free Miner's Certificate
No. HB588, Intend, Sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purposo
of obtaining a Crown Grunt of   tho above
claim,
Ami further take notice that action, under
section K7, must he commenced before the
i---.ii hi ice of so eh Certificate of Improvements
Dated this 'ith day of 411.116, A. h. lOtHi
J.K.BROWN.
NOTICE
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
Telephone Al:!!)
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
RUTHERPORT)   BltOS., PROPS.
A Complete Line of 1006 Models.
Second-habd wheels always -n
hand,  and   will  be sold cheap*
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPEC ALTY
GEO. CHAPPLE,    Opposite PosloJIfee
SIGN   OF   THE   BEST
LOW LATES ON N. P.
Tlio Northern Pnoific arilivay an-
nounce.-i tlm very low rote of $76.65
from Spokane nml common points
to Toronto, On!., and return on ao
count of tin1 nii'iinnl meeting of ihe
1. 0. O. K., tlckelB on H.ile Sept. 8,
9, and 10, with agoing transit limit
until Sept. 32, und liiml return limit
Nov. 30, 1900. Tickets will lie good
for stop overs within limits in either
direotion at St. Paul, Missouri River
or west thereof.
The Northern PaciSo Railway
have on sale doily until August 25
inc., round trip tiekets from Spokane to Moclips, Westport, Look
Beach, Clatsop Beach and Tokcland
at the very low mte of $20. Tickets
have a going and return transi.
limit of ten days und a final return
li-nit until Sept. .30, 1906, and stop
overs will lie ullowed within triiii**it
limit of ten dnys in hoth directions
at Portland, Scuttle and Tncoina.
For further particulars address
one of the undersigned:
A. D. Charlton, A. O. P. A.,
Portland, Ore. G. A. MlTOHKM,,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash. W.
H. Ude. T. P. A., Spokune, Wash.
Mountain Lion Mineral Olalms, situate in
tin* i Irani Fork Mining Division nl Yalo
District.
Where located! Gloui.ei.ter C>uim>.
TAKK N'ilTIi'i: Hint I, 11. 1 Sliealls, (fnr
1 myself 11...1 .is iigent f..i- II. Watlin), free
Mil. .rs<:i.i-tili.nte.\«.118IWi(laii.l liein-j- wntlin
Pre.* Miner*? certlHeate .*.... Il-mii*., intend,
lixty days from dnto In reof. i.i ..i.t.ly to the
Mining Rooorder for .. Certllloute of Improvements, for the lutri-osa of obtaining ii
Crown Grant ..1 the above claim.
And further take notice tlmt notion, under
section 117, must be commenced before the
issitnuce of such Certificate nf Improvements.
Dated thit-.nihility of .Muy, A. li. 18110.
H. A.SHBADS
NOTICE
Route uf the famous nml favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRAINS--3
—BETWEEN—
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth find St. Paul.
— ALSO —
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
—HBTWBBN—
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, Ht,
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Lnuis.
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
nml Dining Cur Service mi ull Trail
..fur dute I will apply to tho Chief Commissioner uf Lauds anil Works for permission to nurobasu ilte.following laud, situate
ul...t.t eighteen mile*. Northerly inmi the:
I'it. of urand Parks, in the Osoyoos Division !
<>f Vale District; Commencing at u post i.hu.t*
...I ut tbe Southeast c..nicr ofthe In".I hereby I
m.i.lie.l fori thence * s North: thenoe
11 chains We,l: thenee in.-mil I 'l.e Kettle '
Hi ver chains South; theDce, 14) chain, l-.u-t to]
the place of lieiriti.iintf and containing 100
aores, more or lens.
Dated the With dny nf Mnj. 1806.
AUGUST JOHNSON.
CLOSE WHIONSm-.de at St.Vail!
and St.. !..mi-. in Un on Dep ts Foi all
point* East unil South-'*'1*-*-
NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby given thai sixty dayeafter
dnto I will apply to tin- Chief Co m pi bT
sloner uf i-iinils nti-1 Work-- for permluInn to
purchase the following knd, **ltunte about
tiiirt.v-f-.iiir rotjes nortderlv from tho Oity of
(-•rui.il Forks, hi tt,.,m.iis Division nf Yale
District: (Jotiiineiiii: -j nl a pout planted at
tiie northeast nor ner uf tiie land ui'»*Hfil Tor:
thence 8U (-limns went* thence Jit cluim*--
Mouthi theuee8G,cbaiuseast: thence -in i-lmins
north to the plnce of heglnntDg-- und oon-
tnlnltifr 820 acres, mote or Ipnh.
I)nted the 14th duy of March, 1!K)6.
H.P. WHITE, Locator.
!•.-" .,  it. WHITE, Agent.
Ti enable t>urti»is wno so desi'-- to vi-n
rrlettilH urid'rcliitivcrt in the Batttihirlnjr the
Hiiminer wn on of 'i"ii. tlu* NORTMHKN PA-
CtinC will «'n JL'i-V Slid end aril, Aiia.'ST
7th. 8tfl and Bth. nnd SEPTBMBBR 8tb und
lntheoll roun-\-trlp tickets from i-niii's lo
thUterritory to Chicago,Bt. Login, **t. Puui.
N'-itni-iKiiiis. O'-iilm nnd KausanOity ht otit
lew -.-t lirst olass im BplueTen Dollars, with
in*,:-" urn limit ninety dnys from date <>f
mil,, bin not beyond October Mst, 1006.
Extremely low rates are In efl'ect rrom
Februaryleth to April 7th mid Sei>temli-»r
Kitli in October 81-st, lHOfl, front all points In
tho Kust to points In this territory.   If you
desire to send for n friend or relatm	
these ratflB we telegraph tickets to tiasterii
paints without extVaoost,
The NOTHERN PACIPIO have »tl as-
iiotinred vefV low round-trip rates from
points In the East to points In this territory,
mid tickets will be on sale from Juno isi tn
September 16th hiehisive, flnal limit for re
turn October Mst, 1906,
Ppr further Information adorese otic
iinilerttgueds
A. I). ClIAKLTON,      G.A.   MlTOUKLL
A.G. P. A., (Jen. Act.,
Portland,Ore.    Spokano, wash.
W. H; Ude,
Traveling Passejnger Agent,
Spokuni', Wush BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPV1RNTS
The following table (rives the ore shipn ent
of Bonn
I90P, and for the past week:
1001.
1902.
Granbv Minos. Phoenix  	
281,711?
:'0!i. .-..-..*.
1,721
20,800
"Anther Lode, Deadwood	
150
141.826
Rroolslvn-Stemwinder, Phoonix	
804
7.455
Mountain Rose, Summit....'	
Athelftan-.Tflokpot, Wellington	
550
Prooklyn-Stemwinder dump. Phi eni>
150
Morricon, Deadwood	
150
•17.105
14..ill
11. Bell, Summit	
56o
650
8,»80
1,0-15
785
625
80
(iii.")
■182
•■.*'()
2 ! 75
Win
Providence, Greenwooi 1	
21H
Sl.vl.irk, Skylark Crimp	
Last Chance, Skvlark Cnmp	
K. P. T\ Mine. Skvlnrk ('amp	
Rnhv, Boundnry Falls	
80
3,450
825
in   min..-.  for   19Q0.  1901.   1903. 1903,   1904.
1903 1904 1905       1906  Paxt Wk
"193,181      549,703      653,889   501,212 15,649
74.212     125        125
138.071.  174,298  174.560  77,359  	
    25,050   55731  88,5)69  2,508
528
838
•10
15,781
5,646
■'1,070
:l,2?.0*
I; 759
4.586
5,000
25,108
.s.ooi;
4,747
L720
9,585
83,378
1.322
3,389
19.805
22,937
15,537
993
400
87,960
16,400
3,450
2 '."-
364
9,484
3,007
1,833
9,2u6
li, 10-1
330
107
500
,:*•'
325
.J J
50
300
'750
33
I5li
:',ii
770
105
535
689
255
73
500
Pacific
Hotel
OFF. C.P.R. STATION
Flrst-Oass to Every Respect.
Sample Rooms for Commercial
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
SAR IN CONNECTION:
Finest Brands of Wines,
liquors and Cigars.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.
cr*7*-
We SIMPLEX
Loose Leaf Systems
son
15
-it ii
Total, tons	
'.mnliy Smeltertreated	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smeltertreated	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter treated
390.000 507,545
230.828 312,340
H7.iil i      148,600
084,961 827,348 933,516 '23,755 20,035
401,021 596,252 687,988 517 810 10.400
16B,913 209,637 194,056     82,729     	
123,570 30,930 84,059 127,811     3,901
Our job department is superior to
tiny other ill the Boundary country.
We huve both the material and the
experience to turn mil high class work.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &.C.
Anyone lending a sketch mul description muy
quickly uoertaitl our opll i free whether an
tuvenunn la proltnbly pnttnttttile. Communloft*
tlonBt.trlctlycontldoiiw.Al. HANDBOOK on Pntcnte
Bent free, ol.lent nceticv f..r ...'..urliiR-patenm.
I'ntoniB tnken tliron/l. -lui.it & Co. receive i
rptclal notice, without citi.-.:.;, tutho
Scientific Btiericam
A handsomely iniintrnt-Hl wofikly. Lnrireat elr-
dilution uf nny pr-ioiiliU'* J.-urual. Tnrnis, |d a
year: four inontliB,$L BOW byall Tiowsiieiilers.
MUNN &Co.3e,B™"ta»-New York
Branch Officii, 1125 ¥ St.. Waeblagton. D. C.
llioyci.iis and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1906 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. \\ heels
t.. rent Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Piistullicc, First street.
Gctyour wedding invitations printed
ut The Sun otlice. We have the closest
script type imitation of u, steel engraving made,
If your watch needs repairng,
tnke it to White Breos. All work
guaranteed.
Rend The Sun—The only twice-a-
week paper in the Boundary. SI.OO
per year.
TOPICS Of THE TOWN
-joiunsDian
foliage
FOUNDED 0392
INC&Fir-C RATED  1893
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
Provides a Home fur Students <if
both sexes at reasonable rates. Has a
Preparatory Class for Junior Students doingPublic School wurk. Is doing High School work, mnf*rs ull
High .School privileges, and prepares
for Teachers' Examinations. Teaches
all branches of a thorough Practical
Business Course, antl grants Diplomas.
Gives a Liberal Education in it-, own
Collegiate Couise, and in the Lad es'
College Course for the degrees ' "I
M.E.L. and M.L.A. rn University
work, the Arts Course can now be
taken in Columbian College, and the
B.A. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with which the College
is in fuli affiliation. lu Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. and
B.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
write,
Hev. \V. J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
ur  He v.  J. Bowell, Bursar.
Razor honing a specialty at the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
The Lion Bottling Works are selling Gooderham it Wort's Rye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canada,
I'm'' S.'.OO per gallon.
You're next at. the Pallid
Shop, Victoria hotel.
Barbel
It takes modern materia! to tin up-
to-date work. The Sun job department is kept strictly up-to-date.   .
For a nice hair cut or shave go t.
the City Barbel'Shop on Bridge street
Baths 50c, three for SI.OO.
Health Depends o;i Good S'ood
Everyone who uses Ferrozone has
}iood color and great vitality. Reason
for this is Ferrozone's power to create
nourishing blood. "1 was broken
down, hail no strength and couldn't
eat," .writes Mrs. Chas. Benny of
Cloyne, Out. "My nerves were irritable, I was thin blooded anil continually unhappy. I tried Ferrozone. It
gave me new enery, force, vim. It
brought ine strength—mude me well "
Greatest, tonic nnd re-builder ever
known is Ferrozone. Sold everywhere
in 50c boxes.
■There are very few business houses today which tlo
not use some form of Loose Leaf System in one or more
departments, as it is Regarded as an absolute necessity
by progressive business firms.
il'The advantages of the Loose Leaf System are now-
well known, antl permit of adaptability to meet to best
advantage changing conditions. It permits the greatest
amount of information to be kept in condensed iotmi, in
the least time, and the most aeeourate manlier.
^Accounts and ecords of all kinds can be kept by this
.system iu any business, large or small, wilh equal advantage. '!'*..:
•'Investigate the Simplex Loose Leaf Svintem. It is
the cheapest ami best.
EVENING SUNl'l
w±-
*v
ntoKsrasESBSBmii
No other tnivpl-liiii.lt tolls us much alioiit tho Great N'orthweit us do
u
P. T. McCallum
LEADS THE VAN IN THE
cAccident and Insurance Business
The raisnns are easily explained,
First—He i.s agent for the
M
Canadian Casualty and Boiler
Insurance Company
and they issue THE BEST POLICIES IN THE WORLD.
Second—A policy with his company means a promise to pay, and Pr.te PAYS ALL CLAIMS
PROMPTLY.
Third—Pete is an old-timer, and everybody knows him and can rely on what he says
Call  at  his olliee, JOHNSON BLOCK, FIRST STREET, and consult him.    He will  be
pleased to give you any information regarding his  company, and  delights  to explain  the  special
features of
l$e Climax Policy"
B W.i
1
99
It« ehapten deal with Pneit Soiiml, the Coliimbiu River
tlu OjMiiliit Indian, tin. liitt,.,-,.,, „ Binj-o „f Montana,
the  1 ollon'Stoue Niitliuuil Park.
SEND    IT    TO   YOUR   EASTERN   FRIENDS I
There'll nothing hotter as a guide to tint spiralled country
hettveen the Mississippi .....l the tide waters „r tiie
I'.u-ilii*.    Send six fonts for .1 oopy. or s 1 the six ...Mit.
wit. the addretn c.f the friend in whom "Wonderland
mul' is i.i In* mnilod, to
A. M.I I.IUI.AND.tiou. Pass'er Aitei.t,
St. Paul. Mian.
NORTHERN PA IFIC RAILW'Y
is Dally in enoh direction between ?t. Paul, 3
liiihiili and Superior, ami the
Great Pacific Northwest
Three Trains Doily in eneh direction between ■*■*:. Paul, Minneapolis
liuliiili and Superior, and the
msi
^ ■■^::.\^$0m
* G. A. RJ
Rates
■p^w^j^g;^^ ■
On account of the National Encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic in Minneapolis, Aug. 13-19, the
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Will sell round-trip ticlceto from Grand Forks to
St.  Paul   and   -^Minneapolis
FOR $52.50
Tickets on Sale  August 7, 8 and 9.    Final Return Limit,
■October 31.    For further particulars see
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
The Sun job department is the
only olliee in Ihe Boundary that is
kept strictly up to date. We are
the Tiffany of our town in our line
of business.
Stock Certiorates printed at The
Sun job office.
Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion Bottling Works.

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