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Seventh Year—No. 32.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, June 5, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
City Solicitor Report** Result
ofthe Corporation's Litigation
Reports of Committees and
Routine Business Took "Up
the Evening
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held in the
couneil chambers Monday evening,
all the members being present.
The chief of the lire department
submitted his monthly report, whicli
was ordered filed.
A letter from Mrs. C. H. Dixon,
regarding undesirable characters in
the neighborhood of her residence,
was referred to the police commissioner*-. C. F. Harrigan also addressed the council on this subject'
The board of works recommended
that steps be taken for the destruction of all obnoxious weedB within
the city limits. As there is a pro'
vincial law covering this subject, the
clerk was instructed to notify the
different railway companies to de
stroy all obnoxious weeds on tbeir
right of way within the city.
The board of work's recommenda
tion that no further work be done on
the alley near P. Burns St Co.'sshoj)
was concurred in by the council.
The board of wonks was instructed to obtain prices from the various
companies and to purchase the nee
essary lumber for its department.
The water and light committee reported tbat the water main across the
North Fork near the Yale hotel had
heen repaired.
The water and light committee
recommended that the arc lamp
now located at the steel works be
transferred to the corner of Donald
street and Government avenue, and
tbat a 32-lamp be placed at the steel
works. The council authorized the
transfer to be made.
The matter of the repair of the
bridge on the road leading to Peter
Pare's peanut ranch was referred to
the board of works, with power to
The health and relief committee
reported that a man had died very
suddenly in tbe Valhalla hotel last
Friday night, and the committee
had guaranteed the undertaker tbe
burial expenses. The committee's
action was sustained.
The following members wore
named as the personnel of thc court
of revision, which will sit in the
council chambers on the 25th inst.:
Mayor Fripp, Aid. Woodland, McArdle, McCallum and Clark.
The mayor, as a member of tho
eommittee appointed to interview^
the cabinet ministers on their recent
visit to the city, reported that the
committee had had a conference
with Hon. H. E. Young in reference
to the construction of an isolation
hospital. Mr. Young had stated
that he thought it would be unwise
to erect a hospital in tbe city. In
the event of an outbreak of a contagious disease tents would answer
tbe purpose better than a building,
as it was customary to burn everything after an epidemic. Some time
in the future the government intend
ed to build an isolation hospital, at
some out of tbe way place, that
could be used by the entire Boundary district. The committee had
also interviewed, the ministers on
educational matters.
The request of the city clerk for a
two weeks' vacation, to commence
about the middle of the month, was
the chairman of the board of
works gave notice that at the next
meeting he would introduce a bylaw providing for the destruction of
obnoxious weeds.
The city solicitor reported the result of tbe case of the Corporation
of the City of Grand Forks vs. The
Yale-Columbia Lumber company,
for (1200 damages to the First
sireet bridge. Tbe action had been
dismissed with costs, the judge
holding that tbe defendant company
had not shown undue negligence
in protecting the bridge. There had
been a report circulated, he said,
that the city had lost the case because it was unable to establish
its ownership to tbe bridge, but this
was untrue. * On motion, the solicitor and city clerk were instructed to
prepare a statement regarding the
case for the attorney-general, and
also to ascertain the city's legal
rights and responsibilities in the
Fourth street bridge.
The council then adjourned.  .
Following is the report of the Grand
Forks public school, as compiled by
Principal May, for the month of
En-   Ac-
Aver- Perceni
rolled, ual.
Division 1.
. 34   585
Division '3.
. 30   598J
Division 3.
. 38    611
Division 4.
. 46   815}
Division 5.
. 47   834"
Division 6.
. 39   684J
Division 7.
. 46   801
.285 4929J
1907  ,     ,
288 4773
.    3  156-J
Official Statement Made by
Dominion Copper Company   ■
Will Start With Two Furnaces—Will Employ
300 Men
The official announcement was made
public in Greenwood last Saturday
that the Dominion Copper company
will resume operations at its smelter
at Boundary Falls on June 15th. A
week ago Manager Thomas stated that
all the financial responsibilities of the
company had been fully arranged for;
that there was plenty of money on
hand, and that he had information
that operations would be resumed very
soon. The date set by the latet instructions from New York is the loth
of June. It is also stated that a
party of officials from New York,
probably Vice President Melville and
M. M. Johnson, consulting engineer,
will be iu Greenwood on the 10th of
June. The mine superintendent,
heads of departments, ere, have all
been kept together, So that the company oan blow in and be doing business in a very few days. It is stated
on good authority that the properties
of the company never were in better
shape than they are today, and with
the successful financing of the com
pany due to the splendid efforts of
Vice-President Melville, the Dominion Copper company now has a future
before it such as it never had before
since its organization. The coinpany
will start with two furnaces, with
about 100 men at the smelter and 200
at the mines. In a month's time the
Boundary will be doing  its old  busi-
Death of EberC. Smith
Eber C. Smith, formerly of Spokane, Rossland and Grand Forks,
died of smallpox in Manila, Philippine islands, last month, according
to recent advices received here. lie
was one of the pioneers of Spokane,
having arrived there before the fire.
During the Bossland boom he went
there and engaged in mining and
real estate. He founded the Boss-
land Evening Record, and sold it to
return to Spokane.
During the initial boom of Grand
Forks, Smith came here and Btarlcd
a daily paper. After n short and
checkered journalistic career in this
city he was forced out of business,
and eventually be returned to Spokane, from whence he left for tbe
Philippines. .
Following the American occupation of Manila Mr. Smith went there
and opened a law office. He was one
of the prominent members of the
Manila bar, and contributed a large
share in the work of revising the
Spanish code of laws. He was identified with the important constitutional cases growing out of tbe acquisition of the islands, which were
ultimately decided by the supreme
court of the United States. Mrs.
Smith, who is in Manila, will return
to Spokane.
Three bottles of cold Phoenix Beer,
50c.   Lion Bottling Works.
Death of George Taylor
After a lingering illness of several
months' duration the passing away
of Mr. George Taylor occurred at
6:30 Sunday night, the cause of
death being cancer of the stomach.
Tbe end had been expected for some
time, and be was resigned to go
and died surrounded by his entire
Deceased was a couplo of months
over forty years of age. He was a
native of Chester, England, but emigrated lo this coontry when quite a
young man. He was one of the
pioneers of Grand Forks, having
come here from Bossland in 1897.
For a number of years he has heen
engaged in the contracting business,
and at the time of death had attained success and prominence in
this line. He leaves a widow aqd
three children, the oldest of whom
is ten years of age. He was a loving' husband, kind father and
staunch friend. His many sterling
qualities endeared him to everybody
with whom he came in contact,
while his integrity as a business
man was beyond reproach.
Last summer Mr. Taylor, accompanied by bis wife, visited his old
home in England. It was after his
return to tbe city, last fall, tbat he
first commenced to complain of
stomach troubles. The malady became so aggravated that this spring
he decided to visit the famous Mayo
Brothers' hospital in Rochester,
Minn., for an operation. The incurable nature of his malady was then
learned, but the true facts were kept
from him until towards the last.
Since his return he has been i patient and uncomplaining sufferer,
and many a soldier who has won
undying fame and glory on the battlefield has met the final end with
less heroism than our late friend,
George Taylor.
The funeral was held at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon under the auspices of the Grand Forks Volunteer
Fire Department and the local lodge
of Oddfellows.of which organizations
deceased was an honored member.
Rev. Henry Steele, rector of Holy
Trinity church, conducted an impressive service at the church, paying a high tribute to the many qualities of deeeased in a brief sermon.
The remains were followed to their
last resting place by an immense
procession of citizens, the business
houses having closed from 1:30 to 3
o'clock. At the grave the last sad
rites were carried out by Rev.Henry
Steele and the Oddfellows' lodge.
The floral offerings were both numerous and elaborate. Interment took
place'in the new fraternal cemetery,
adjoining the city burial grounds.
R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at
this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts
at the various sub-customs offices, ns
reported to the chief oflice in this
city, for the month of May:
Grand Forks 8:1,793.57
Phoenix   1,043 50
Cascade      352 31
Carson        59.40
Total 85,248.78
Small Blaze
A small blaze in a shack in the
alley back of tbe Granby hotel called
out the department at 11:30 Wednesday jiight. The flames were
quickly extinguished before any
damage was done. The building
was unoccupied, and the fire is supposed to have been started by tramps
sleeping on the premises.
Mis. A. B. W. Hodges and daughter, Miss Marion, left on the first for
Spokane to attend the graduation of
Miss Daisy Hodges from Brunot Hall
on June 10th. Mr. Hodges will join
them in a few days.
J. K. Johnson, un old-timor of the
city and Grand Forks' lirst police
magistrate, left on Tuesday last for
Prince Rupert, where he intends to
locate permanently,
W. G. MuMoiris, manager of the
Nelson Daily News, was a visitor in
the city last Tuesday in tho interests
of that publication.
Frank Sherwood, United States
customs collector at Ferry, Wash.,
was a visitor in the city lust Monday.
Judge J. R Brown, of Greenwood,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mining Stock Quotations
Nkw Youk, June 3.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.    JKd
Granby  95.00     89.00
Dominion Copper     2.00       1.67}
B. C. Copper     5.00      4.75"
Metal Quotations
Nkw Yoiik, June 3.—Silver, 63;
electrolytic copper, 12} % 12|.
London, June 3.—Lead, £12 15s;
silver, 24 7-15.
Full Battery of Three Furnaces   and [Converters
• Now Running
Shipments of Blister Copper
Will Commence Next
The British Columbia Copper company blew in one furnace at its smelter at Greenwood last Sunday and
on the following day the other two
were also placed in operation. It is
reported that everything started off
without a hitch, and on Tuesday
the furnaces smelted 1800 tons of
ore. This, or a little more, will be
the amount of ore consumed daily.
The converters commenced running
on Tuesday, and shipments of blister
copper will commence next wiek.
At present many extra men are
working around the smelter getting
tracks and mill in order, but the
regular force will be from 180 to 200
men. About 250 men are now working at the Mother Lode mine, and a
force will soon be put on at the Emma. Payday for mines and smelter
will be the 10th of each month.
Decision Against the City
At the Greenwood assizes, last
Friday, Mr. Justice Clement dismissed tbe action with costs in the
cate of the City of Grand Forks
against the Yale-Columbia Lumber
company, being an action for some
.|{1200 damages. The suit was brought
by the city to recover damages, it
being claimed that the sawlogs of
the lumber company had. at various
times created log jams at the First
street bridge, and were responsible
for tbe destruction of the structure.
The decision, which is based on
the ground that the evidence indicates that the lumber coinpany
exercised due diligence in its attempt to protect the bridge, will
mean tbe abandonment of the building of the new footbridge at this
point. A few weeks ago the Yule-
Columbia Lumber company acknowledged a certain liability to the
eity of Grand Forks in this connection, and negotiations for an amicable settlement were in progress up
to tbe day of the trial, but they appear to have come io naught. It is
not probable tbat the city will appeal the case. Macdonald and
Whiteside appeared for the lumber
company, wnile the city wus represented by City Solicitor A. C, Sutton.
Tho Greenwood Ledge says it wm
brought out in thc evidence that the
city did not own the bridge; that it
was not wholly within the corporate
limits; that thc portion damaged was
not within the city, and thut the city
did not take the same precautions
to protect the structure that it did
in regard to bridges within the corporate limits.
Tho Bev. D. E. Halt, B.A., general missionary of Baptist missions
in Brittish Columbia, will preach in
the Baptist church, morning and
evening, on Sunday, June 7th.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Bnsi-
ncES lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun office. Enquire of Lew
Johnson. \
Good, Glean, Fresh
You can get
them at the
Right P
at our store.
We are  continually  adding
now lines to our stock of
Men's Furnishings
John Donaldson
Phone A30        Columbia Avenue
Sltp -Ebenittg §mt
Published nt Grnnil Forks, llritish Columbia-
Election Act one would almost be
warranted in arriving at the conclusion that Conservative success in any
election depended entirely • on the
preparation of the lists by Tory partisans. No other reason can be assigned to the bitter attacks on Sir
Wilfrid Laurier's proposal to leave
the revising of thc lists to a nonpartisan judge.
IB Thomas Shaughnessy, president of the Canadian Pacific
railway, is very optimistic regarding the finances of Canada, If we
had as much money as Sir Thomas,
we could also afford to be optimistic
on this subject.
Seventy-five Visitors From
Great Britain ane the
And Eastern Members, Will
Visit the  Boundary
This Fall
Nothing of a definite nature has
developed during the present week
in connection with the construction
of the Kettle Valley line between
Lynch creek and Franklin camp,
although a persistent rumor to the
effect that W. P. Tierney is letting
contracts for the clearing of thc right
of way ha3 been in circulation.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
G. A. .-.VANS Editor uml Puhlisher
A file of tills paper can ho seen nt the olliee
of Messrs. E. & J, Hardy & Co.. 80,81 find 82.
Fleet Street, B.O.i London. England, free of
charge, and that firm "ill bo glad to receive
siitisiTii'tionw nml advert! I'liii-nts on our behalf.
One Yenr $1.50
One Your (In advance) ,  1.00
Advertising eaten furnished on -*pd
Legal notices, 10 and 5 cents per line.
Address ull communications to
Thb Evening Sun,
Phonb B74 Git and Forks, B.C.
FRIDAY, JUNK 5, 1908
James McDonald and J. Sercu
are doing development work on a
number of North Fork properties for
a Phoenix syndicate.
OPPOSITION tactics in the federal house are   becoming   very
tiresome  to  the people of Canada.
For at least four mohths Ihe Conservatives have monopolized the time
of the house, and a greater part of
the time their methods have been
nothing less than obstruction, pure
and   simple.     Long  debatss have
succeeded  each   other   with great
regularity upon matters of no interest   whatever   to the people of the
country.    Scandal after  scandal, so
called, have faded away when confronted   with   the   evidence, until
nothing remained but  tbe   shadow.
The Tories have failed to fasten one
solitary set of wrong-doing upon the
government.    Scores   of  men have
heen hauled   before committees   of
the house, volumes of evidence have
been   taken, and the result so far
this   session  has been an  absolute
blank.   This probably accounts for
the present attitude of the   opposition.   Knowing that a general election is not far distant, and realizing
that they cannot go before the people
with any proved scandal, and knowing well that they  have nothing to
offer better than the policy   of  the
Liberal government, they seize on an
imaginary grievance with regard to
the amendment to the Election act,
and they try to eiiiliiirrusss the government by blocking supplies until
the measure is withdrawn or phanged
10 suit their views.   If  tlm Conservatives had any polioy lo present or
11 they could suggest nny reasonable
objection to tbe Liberal policy, wilh nu
which the people appear bo well sui j
islied, ami iimlei which ihey have
prospered for twelve yenrs, then
there would be some reasonable excuse to offer for blocking the busi-
nessofthe country. But none of
these reasons can lie urged. The only
explanation is, the Conservatives
have no policy.
J.   C.   Freeman, of the Granby
smelter, has acquired   some vuluble
placer grounds on   Rock creek, and
will shortly proceed to develop the
Boundary Vulley Lodge No. 3S,
I.O.O.F., of Greenwood, has elected
following officers: N. G., Sid Storel;
V. G., D. A. McDonald; P. S., G.
B. Taylor; K. S., A. Jaynes; Treas.,
H. Mortimer. The installation
will take place early in July, at
which time other officers will be appointed.
E. Jacobs, the secretary of the
western branch of the Canadian
Mining Institute has been advised by
the parent body at Montreal that
about 75 persons from Great Britain
and the continent are expected to
arrive in Montreal towards the end
of the summer to take part in the
Canadian excursion of the institute,
which will start out early in September. The eastern Canadian, and
European visitors will visit the
mines at Coleman, Fernie, Nelson,
Rossland, and will make a stay at
Grand Forks, Phoenix and other
Boundary points, going on later to
Victoria, where a three days' stay
will be made. The party will return eaBt on the main line, stopping
over at Bankhead to visit theC.P. R,
coal mines there.
Fish and Game in Season
1 Ml Kinda 1,1
Ladies'   and Children's
Next to M<.Inn-L>B7 Bridge j-trcet.
NEST 169
For Sale—A 5-hole Souvenir
Range. Apply A. EL Napper, Dnn-
.ldson's store. v
For Sale—Full-blooded Black
Minorica eggs; 81.00 per setting. A.
C. Uren, Box 294, Grand Forks.
Local advertisers should make a
note of the fact that Tim Sun is the
most widely rend paper ill Grand
5 Ingon June
1 l»t, and eon*
tlmiins during the summer season
meetings of
this order will he held twice a month only. Thu
meetltig8.will be on the lirst and third Friday
nights ofeuch month,
J. E. GRAHAM, President.
J.C. HARD, Secret ary.
Collection Agency
I purpose opening an oflice for
the collection of accounts, adjusting of books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
Leases and Contracts Drawn Up
Sale*, of Property Negotiated
Rents Collected
Correspondence attended to immediately Financial returns
promptly made and guaranteed
G.P. Telegraph Gomp.ny Brifltfe Street
It is reported that the deadlock
in the Dominion house lias been
brcken, and that a eompromie 1ms
been arrived at between the two
During 1907 copper valued at $8
166,5*15 was produced in British Co-
.utn'oia. The average assay for the
year of Boundary ores was 1.3-1 per
cent of copper.
It cost thc provincial government
about $10,000 to bring Cedio to justice.
The fei'e al law fori iddii.g fie use
of cigarettes by youths under sixteen
years of age has just heen introduced
by Hon. Mr, Aylesworth. It is in
the form of an amendment to the
criminal code, and is applicable to
the whole Dominion. The sale of
cigarettes to boys under sixteen is
made punishable by a fine not exceeding $10 forthe first offence, and
more severe penalties for subsequent
offences. Police will be authorized
to confiscate any cigarettes found in
the possession of youths under six-
ti'i'i'ii. and any boy who offends
against the Btatute will be liable ti> a
fine of $1 for the lirst offence, 83 for
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
rend the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
IN THB MATTER of The Lend Registry Aot
and in the Mutter »f the Title tn Late 18, 14,
lsni'iiiii, Monk li Lot ii. llloek 3: Lot 11. Blook
5; Lota'.', 3 nml I, Block 7'. Lot 11. llloek 11; Lola
0,7,8 and 9, Block 12 Map 22, Vim Ncaa Ailill-
tlon, (Irani! Forka Townsite.
Wiikrkah .Ilie CertillcHte ol Title M Henrv
While, liolnir Ortlllcnto o! Title Ne.
:U7'*,i tn the tibnve Hereditaments has been lost
or destroyed, ami eni'lieaiinn has been made to
me for ii dltplloflte thereof;
Mori'T. ia hereby eiven Mint a duplicate nl
title lo the above hereditaments will he Issued
Ht the expiration ol one month from the date ni
Ihe lirat publication hereof, unless in the iilenn-
thne valid objection to the contrary la made to
me In writing.
Land Registry Olliee, tlistriet Registrar.
Kamloops, B.C., May 20th, M08.
' " London Mutual Fire Insurance Co,
Montreal and Canada,
And other substantial companies.
Certitlcafe of Improvements
Columbia, Bonita Vista and Helene Minca!
Claims, situate in tbe Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale District.
Where Located: Partly on District Lot 2186
mul on Mountaiu South of Coryell I'ass.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Win. E. Caporn, Free
Miners' Certificate No. B6820, intend, sixty
days'Irom dnte hereof, to apply to the Mining
Keeenler for a OeitWcnte ol improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining crown grants of tbe
above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
Beotlon 87, must be commenced hefore the insti-
anceofsiieli Certificate of Improvements,
Dated iii (initiil Forks. II.C . I).in  28rd  ilnv  of
May, A, D. 1008,
High grade bicycles. A cotn-
plete Ii no of accessories, Come
in and see tiie 11)08 models.
Wheel repairing,
Irish Twist Roll
Imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
TAKK NOTICE Mutt by virtue bf n Warrniitol
Executim, Issued nut nf the County Court
ol Ynle. hidden ni
XI. Kerby unci tho
dlrectine, the*-heritl
i 'iriuul Korks iiii'l Or
I Ynli', tn make nl Hi
nn I Pirka bctuun Fnrbffl
McKinley Milieu, Limited
ol the Electoral Dislri, m
 .vnoil. in tin- County
da ami chattels of t
TAKE NOTICK that   August  Johmon,   of
Lynch Creek, on the North Fork uf Kettle
River, 18 miles north of the City of Grand
Porks. Villi*District, British Columbia,oeou-*
■■   pntlon Hotelkeepers, intend ■ t<> apply for ner-
'. | mission to 'uin-hnse tiie following doM-rilied
d:  Commencing tit  it    post  pluntud at
B. C. Land Surveyor
Grand Forks, B. G.
 :  CommenoitiR ut u   ia»,  *..»»*—. ...
l.yui'li Crook, about eighteen mllea north ol
lily o* IJriiuil Porka, on the Nortli Kork
drove, defendant's, the Mckinley Minos, Uml-1 tile'City o* uranu poena, „„ ..,■■	
toil, Ihe sum of Mill 80 and Sheriff's coals. I 0| Kettle Itiver, in the siluiilliiimeen Divlaioi
have insuii in execution, and will offer Inr sule | „r if ale District; thenoe north eighty chains,
on Monday, the ism ,i»y ol June, 1008,at 10 thenoe neat ten eliains to the eastbunkol
o'clock a.m.. ot my office In the Uoverni i   the North Pork ot Kettle Biver,thetioo south
biilldlni, In the i In g! drain! Porka,one-fourth j tollonlnir the enst hunk ot the North Fork of
in' •■■ -/st iii ihe"A'iut" mineral olaim und all ol | th* Kettle I'tver eighty chains to a point due
P. O. Box 311
Phone H.1
lira,    siliiiui'il
dod Iii tho Miiilui
nl Orand Forks.
Hi;., llila  itli day nl
•itiiihI. nml *M fiir tiii'tliiiil nntl
•quent iillViii'i
P. I)
.•li nl'
Ihe Buw mm
I O ill lll'IH   nl   il
from the IVood'i
luloly  purchased
liiiin ncres, nl tlie
Okanogan  hike,
estate  ol  Green-
We have u large sup'tly "f nil k
if   visiting  funis   in  stunk, ami tl e
iiiii-i   faihiunable  styles   of   type to
print ■tin-in with,  Tiik 8un Juli Office,
rpilE customs receipts at the port
1 of Grand Forks for the*nionth
of May were the largest recorded for
a number of months. They were
Dearly large enough to purchase the
silo and erect thu proposed federal
1**HO.M thu .strenuous efforts being
made by the opposition in  tho
lXniiiniun house   to  the new federal  *-*un J"') office1.
west of th
east llltei'i
cent, in"'
nore or lo
Haled III
ooiii. ... ..iinineiieenient, thel
ohnlns to the mint of pommenoo-
containing;   one   llUltlltad   ncroa.
-Whth day i>[.'-*,l?;!;S,N.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Show curds for wiilnows und iiisiilv
ure a fine fono ul" silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print tbem plainly, to be read at a
•ai'iT the must fashionable stuck
Mint!   stntiuni'i'v in the lluun-
lUiitrv.  And we are  the only
lice in  tlii-i section  that have  the
meet material  fur printing it.   Tin
nf    Wl
ilulV I
Furniture Made to Order.
Also Repairing uf all Kinds.
Upholstering Neatly Done.
Prints more live Boundary news thnn
any   other  paper  published   ill   Ihe
district.   Thu  price of Tiik Son is
only Si.Oil per year—uiie-half the eust
of its competitors. Tub Sun is never
on tho fence regarding questions of
public interest. T'uk Sox is acknowledged lobe one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded by culling at theollics
of publication.
Tiik Evening Son and theToronto
Weekly  Globe and  Canada  Funnel
$1.00 per year in advance.
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Phonographs Now Perfected
The Edison phonograph has now
attained a degree of perfection that
even the most sanguine ever dreamed
of. The objectionable metallic sound
has been entirely done away with.
It is simply marvelous to hear how
clear the voice is reproduced, it being impossible, when the phonograph is concealed, to tell whether
you are listening to singers or to re
productions of their voices on phon
trict during the present season, the
score being 4 to 2 in favor of the
Grand Forks team. Quite a number
of local enthusiasts accompanied the
club to Oroville.
Sale of Ranches
H. A. Sheads has just closed two
real estate deals of considerable importance.
A few days ago he sold Wm. Cooper's ranch, consisting of seven acres
ographf.   Thc success wnich Udison; and )ocnte(i jlI8t out8ide the city lilnits
deserves he is now reaping, as the! in the We8tj to city Electrician Bird.
sale of phonographs and records has j The con8i(leration is said to have been
jumped with bounds and leaps since |in tne neighborhood of $1000.
the beginning of 1908. The phono-1 On Wednesday he sold the land
graph is now used extensively for j known as the Joslyn farm, comprising
educational purposes. Languages, | thirteen acre8 flnd improvement*!, to
singing and elocution are a few of j Andrew john80Di of Greenwood, the
the sub-eots pupils take from phono- consideration being 111800. This
graphs.   Where   the cylinder ma-1 fimll,, locttted acr08S the Kettle rive
What a beautiful garden spot this
earth would now be if every had done
his share of the world's work since
the dawn of history.
Our idea of a fool man is one who
i.s so busy putting something by for u
rainy day that he hasn't time to enjoy the sunshine.
It takes a lot of Christianity to enable a man to feel glad when he is
called upon for $10 to help repair the
When two women exchange compliments the recording angel is kepi
us busy as when two men trade horses.
Most women have faith in their
husbands us long as they can buy
things on credit at the dry goods store.
Some people make an awful lot of
fuss about a man being his own Worst
enemy,—but why should they care!
A man does a lot of things  lie dii
likes to do because his neighbors don't
want him to do them.
When ,i man's real estate is about
to be sold for taxes he wonders where
lie is going to land.
A newly married couple should occupy apartments in which there is no
room for suspicion.
A human riddle is any man or wo-
niau whom you happen to know—including yourself.
The man who has accomplished
nothing »hile on earth is never missed
when he dies.
Grey hairs must earn respect—they
are not entitled to it simply because
they are grey.
When a man begins to tell a joke to
a woman he isn't sure where t.ie laugh
will come in.
Many a man gets the upper hand by
dealing ic to himself from the bottom
of the pack.
It's easy to induce some people to
believe a thing of which they know
Brevity is the soul of wit; verbosity
is the weapon of the fakir and the insincere.
If you would be popular keep your
troubles to yourself; that will help
Nevertheless the terms of a woman's
will are less binding than those of her
When it does not obtain for us that
which we desire, even wealth appears
The road to success is slippery, and
he who travels thereon needs a lot of
The man who is capable of bossing
other men is seldom able to buss his
Other people have their weak points
—and perhaps you may have a small
Knox Pkesbytebun Church—
Sabbath services at II a.m. and 7 p.
m.; Sabbath sehool and Bible class at
2:30p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:'W p.
m. All are cordially invited; scats free.
Methhiiist Church, Rev. Schlioh-
ter.—Services next. Sunday ut 11
a, in. aud 7:'.0 p.m.; SiiiiiIiiv school
und Bible class at 2:80 p.m. All
ure welcome.
Baptist Churoh, Rev. V. W. An*
vtu'hc, pastor,—Services on Sunday
at II ii. iii. und 7;30 p. m.; Sunday
sohool nnd Bible olasn at .'i p.m.
I will sell my Nn. 2 Smith Premier
Typewiiiter ut a reasonable figure, as
am leaving the citv.
R R. McKkeiian.
Bicvci.es anii Repair Work—j\
complete line of 1907 models. A few
s'lond-liand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Po itofflce, First street.
Making* Good.
When remitting money get an express order. Cash on demand of
payee. To all parts. S. T. Hall,
branch agent Dominion   Express Co.
For Sale— Brand new No. 3 Gra-
phophone; cost .450; also $14 worth of
records; will sell at a sacrifice if taken
at once.   Particulars at this office.
chine score over the disk no needles
are required, nnd it is quito a simple task to make records at home.
It is a very popular fad nowadays
to Have childrens' voiees recorded
nt  different   periods, and  in   later
near Cooper Bros, ranch.
Card of Thanks
Mrs.   George Taylor and children
take  this  means  of expressing their
years when the family has become sin<!*?1'e t,mnl*" "ml K'*"'itll,1(! t('  tho
separated you can hear their voices
as well as seo their pictures.
Big Meat Contract
Messrs. P. Burns it Co. have  been
members of the Grand Forks Volunteer Fire Department and the local
Oddfellows' lodge, and their friends
generally, for tho many kindnesses
tendered them during the illness and
subsequent   sad   death  of   their lute
awarded   the   contraot of supplying I husband and father.
fresh meat to ull tho camps of Messrs. < 	
Foley, Welch i Stewart, the railway
Contractors, along the main line of tho'
Grand Trunk Pacific east from Prince |     A man named Ellis Carlson,  a na-
Rupert and forthe Kitamaat branch,   tive of   Sweden, died  very suddenly
The undertaking is a big one, the   de- j in   the   Valhalla hotel   last   Friday
Sudden Death
tails of which will be arranged by Mr.
Dominic Burns of Vancouver, When
the construction is in full swing Mr.
Burns will huve to feed about 5000
railway laborers. The contract during the next two years will run into
a good many hundred thousand of dollars.
Good Game
The baseball game between the
Grand Forks and Oroville clubs, at
the latter town last Sunday, was one
of the best games played in this   dis-
night, and was buried the following
day. The cause of death is reported
to have been extreme alcoholism. Deceased has been residing in the city at
intervals for about a year past. As
far a.s is known, he had no relatives in
this country.
Shipping Horses
E. H. C. Rawlinson, of the Black
Hawk livery, has been shipping horses
by the carload to the northern portion of the province during the present week.
You might as well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam as to attempt to reach The Sun
renders by advertising in any other
There is no way of making lasting
friends like ".Mnl;i.t* Good;" and Doctor
Pierce's mediclusj tvoll exemplify tills,
niiil their friends, .iftur moro thnn two
decades of popularity, urn numbered hy
tfin hundreds of thousandSi They have
"maile itimd" and tbey have nut niatld
A good, honest, squitre-denl medicine of
known composition is Dr. Pierce'*! Golden
Medical Discovery. It still enjoys an Im-
tiienso sale, whifo most of thu preparations that havo come into prominence ln
tlio earlier period of lu popularity have
"pone by the board "and aro never morn
heard of. There must ho some reason for
this lotijt-tlmo popularity and thut is to
be found in its superior merits. When
once given a fair trial for weak stomach,
or for liver and hlnod fclTcctlons, its superior curative qualities aro soon manifest!
heuco It has survived and grown In liop-
ularfavor. whilo scores of less meritorious
articles havo suddenly Hushed Into favor
for a brief period una then beeu as soon
For a torpid liver with Its attendant
Indigestion, dyspepsia, headache, perhaps dizziness, foul breath, nusty coated
tongue, with bitter taste, loss of appetite,
witli distress after eating, nervousness
nnd debility, nothing is so good as Dr.
Pierco's Go'idon .Medical Discovery. It's
an honest, square-Hoal medlclno with all
Its ingrodlonts printed on bottle-wrapper
— no secret, no hocus-pocus hinnl ng.
therefore iltni't acerpt a substitute thnt
the dealer may possibly malio a little bigger profit. Insist on your right to have
what you call for.
Don't bey Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription expecting it to prove a "cure-nil." It
is 'only advised fur woman's speeiul ailments. It makes weak women strong and
sick wotnon well. Less advertised thnn
some preparations sold for like purposes,
Its sterling curativo virtues still maintain
its position fn tiie front ranks, where it
stood over two decades nttn. As an invigorating tonic and strengthening nervine It is unequaled. It won't satisfy those
who want" bonze," for there is not a drop
of alcohol iu it.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, theor'n'-
not Little Liver Pills, although tiie liist
pill of their kind In Hie mnrkot, siill lead,
and when once tried are ever afterwards
In favor. Easy to take as canity—oni to
three a dose. Much imitated lint ucvar
It is a good plan to cultivate the
habit of getting your money's ■ worth.
It takes a woman or a phonograph
cylinder to talk while running around.
It doesn't pay to bunko a woman
whose only asset is a gift of words.
His sutanic majesty usually occupies
the seat of honor ut a stag party.
There is no failure for the man who
is determined to attain success.
The worst of it for others means the
best of it for the undertaker.
A iniin's train of thought moves
when his wheels go around.
In after years a courtship may be
converted into a battleship.
The only habit suine people have is
the habit of boasting uf it.
Tho smallest person on this plunet
is the insignificant snob.
In tho game of life a good deal depends upon a good deal.
All the world loves a winner—with
the exception of the loser.
How a man does hate to be grateful for an ill-timed favor.
Everybody expects everybody else
to set good examples.
People respect a mule because he
kicks for his rights.
. Even fame is sometimes bought at
too high a price. *
Experience and real estate booms
are great teachers.
An empty head contains a lot of
useless information.
The true philosopher never follows
his own advice.
Many a poor man has nothing but
We are still offering The Sun and
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We have some of the highest grade
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Application ior Transfer of Liquor
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
to apply, at the next meeting of the
Board of Lioense Commissioners ofthe
Corporation ofthe City of Grand Forks,
B.C, for the transfer of the lioense to
sell liquors at retail on the premises
known as, the Queen's hotel, Lots 5 and
wast half of 6, Blook 4, on Government
Avanue, to the new building on Lot" 6,
7 and 8, Blook 1. Government Avenue;
p irmission is also asked to ohange thi
name of thi house from the Queens
Hotel to the Hotel Colin.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.O., this   Is.
day of May. 1908.
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Discoverer ofthe Granby
Henry White, the man who discovered the Granby mines in Phoenix
camp, and who is well known in this
city, left Vancouver a few days ago
for Prince Rupert and other points
along the Grand Trunk Paoific, where
he will prospect for precious metals.
Seen by a News-Advertiser reporter
in Vancouver, Mr. White expressed
the opinion that the richest section of
British Columbia is still to be exploited, and that it will be opened up
by the new transcontinental line. He
thinks that within the next two years
British Columbia will witness the
greatest movement in this direction
that it has ever seen. "Capital always follows the prospector when the
latter finds anything worth while,"
said Mr. White. "As the south is
about worked out, the eyes of all are
turned in your direction, and I fancy
they will not be mistaken." Mr.
White made a "pile" out of his interest in the JGranby finds, and has a
luxurious home at Pasadena, Cal.,
from which he has just come. Speaking of tho southern states on thePacific
coast, he says that British Columbia
is being talked of there more than any
Other part of tho world, and us there
are many wealthy residents in his
home city, he is sure that any minerals discovered will be promptly developed. Mr. White would not state
definitely his destination in the interior, but evidently has an objective
point where he expects to make a
A True Heroine
A story in two chapters comes
out of the West. In the first chapter a misuse of public funds and a
betrayal ol an official trust figure.
In the second chapter devotion, self-
sacrifice and heroism in petticoats
crop out.
Something like a decade ago
Henry Barton wns city treasurer of
Muncie, Ind. He went out of office
disgraced. His accounts were short.
Money which should have gone into
municipal treasury went elsewhere.
Bondsmen paid up u part of the deficiency, and Barton moved out to
Los Angeles, where he has since
been living with his family. This
is chapter No. 1, and it is n dark
But Barton has a daughter who is
a stenographer in Los Angeles, and
who fur years has been scrubbing tl e
Pacific Hotel
Flrit-clMi In every respect.
Sample room* for coiiinier-
cliil tiftvelen.
Hut anrl Cold HothH.
Bur Iti Connection.
Plneit Bfonoipf nine*.
Liquors and, Oiitari.
The Purest and Best In the City.
On Draught Exclusively at
stain off the family name. She set
out to square her father's accounts
with the Indiana city. Whenever
she accumulated a surplus of $25
she hastened to forward it to the
Muncie officials. Persistently, patiently and uncomplainingly she
has pursued the hard task, and one
installment after another has been
paid. The Muncie officials offered
to cancel the debt, but Miss Barton
declined to accept the suggestion.
She kept pegging away and paying
up. Last week the last dollar of her
father's shortage wus made good by
the daughter. This is chapter No. 2,
and it is a bright one.
Miss Marguerite Barton is a genuine heroine. The qualities which
she displayed in voluntarily assuming and discharging an obligation
disclose a fine piece of womanhood
and reveal a splendid chastity of
honor. The self-Bacrifice which she
underwent to clear the stigma from
the family name shines forth like a
torch gilding the mountain top. No
battlefield ever brought out a better
brand of heroism than was displayed
by Miss Barton, who trod the wine
press alone, and who was not spurred
on by excitement, by music and by
an obvious opportunity to win martial glory.
The Sun is read by everybody because it prints all the Boundary news.
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for 81 per year.
For Sale—90 acres of good land,
also two new milch cows. Apply at
this office.
For Sale — Full-blood Black
Minorica eggs; J*1.00 per setting. A.
C. Uren, box 294, Grand Forks.
shipments of  Boundary mines
The following, table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix...
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp..	
Morrison, Deadwood .'	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
CreBcent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
1907 1908   Past Week
613,037 444,470-    21,489
135,001 367
208,321 5,510        3,510
14,481 1,960        1,480
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'b Smelter..
1,148,237 452,437      26,479
637,626 429,182       16,256
Total treated.,
429,182       16,256
t Authorized r— BHABHe—.
Name of ComfaHY. .Capital.    Issued. Par.
Granby Consolidated—Copper...$11,000,000
Cariboo McKlimey-Gold     l,SSO.000
Providenoe-Silver       SOBJWO
U.C.Coppor-Copper'     1,000,000   riWS.OOO     }*
Total to   Latest     Per
Date.      Date.   Share
IK.OOO tlOO   *1,«20,000 *2,98S,B30 Sojit. 1907   *,3.ll„
1.250,000     »1           MO.BIITFeb. 1904      .<»"
SI 000     tH        10,000       38,221 Sept. 1906     .5*
201,200 ;sept. 1901
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Grand Forks Sun
Job Department
Always Carries in Stock
a Fresh Supply of
Ice Cream and Summer Drinks
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
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Light and Heavy Transferring to and from tho depots.
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Office:   Windsor Hotel.
Phone A68
Heavy and Light Dray Work
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