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Fifth Year-No. 4
Grand Forks, B. C„ Friday, November 10,
Issued Twice a Week
HIS FIRST CH
Judge Clement's Initial Sitting in City Signal for Interesting Ceremony
plied appropriately. Mr. Hammar
assured his honor that bis elevation
to the judgeship of the county of
Yale was viewed with gratification
by thu citizens generally of Urand
Forks.
Bar Association Presents Him
With a Congratulatory
Address
The opening of his first Bitting of
tlm county court in this city Wednesday by his honor Judge Clement,
was thc signal for quite an interesting ceremony. The members of the
city council and a number of prominent citizens were present, and those
who did not take part in the proceedings wore attentive spectators.
Shortly after order in court had
been called for.H. C. Hanington read
the following address, presented
Judge Clement by the Grand Forks
■ Bar association:
To His Honor William H. P. Clement, Judge of the County Court
of Yale:
Your Honor:—We, the Grand
Forks Bar association, desire to extend to you our heartiest congratulations upon your elevation to the
position of judge of the county court
of Yale, and in doing so it is our
pleasure to assure your honor that
we at fhesinne time have great ratine
for congratulation, that there hns
been selected for the position one
. well known in the legal and literary
world of Canada as a writer of
marked ability, aeloseand'thorongh
student of constitutional and general
Canadian history,and one who stood
high among the legal fraternity as a
sound lawyer, and a keen, careful
-•Hid successful counsel.
Wc are particularly appreciative
of the fact that a 'well-earned reward
has fallen to thc lot of one of our
own citizens, and we desire to assure
your honor of our heartiest support
and co-operation in carrying out the
grave duties and responsibilities ol
your position.
We would ask you to convey our
good wishes to Mrs. Clement, and
we trust that you both be long spared
to reside among us.
Signed on behalf of the Grand
Forks liar association.
W, 11. Cochrane, Pros.
David Whiteside, Sec.
Mr. Hanington supplemented the
above address witli a brief speech,
in which lie said lie hoped the tela
lions between liis honor and the bar
association would always bo of a
pleasant nature. He assured Mr.
Clement that tho members of the
bar association would always give
him their hearty co-operation in
seeing that justice was done all
citizens. Mr. Hanington also paid
a high tribute to the late Judge
Loamy, saying that he died in harness, and expressing the belief that
had it not been lor his high sense of
duty Mr. Leamy would be alive today.
Judge Clement was taken entirely
by surprise. He thanked the members
of theGrand Forks Bar association for
their kindly toward him, and would
take great pleasure in conveying to
Mrs. Clement the good wishes extended them.
Mayor Ilmiiiiiar also made a brief
speech, to which Judge Clement re-
Tlie docket was an exceedingly
short one, there being only ono case
of any importance, one or two summonses anda few naturalization cases
making up tho balance of the list.
Thc case of D. D. Munro against
the Wasson astate lasted until ahout
6 o'clock, wheu the session closed.
The controversy in this case is of
about three years' standing. Munro
advanced Wasson some 8600 on potatoes for future delivery. According to the evidence, all the potatoes
were never delivered. Judgment
was given Munro for 8369. David
Whiteside for Munro; E. Miller for
Wasson estate.
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist Church—Services at usual hours. Morning subject, "The
Greatest Fact of History;" evening
subject, "False Charges Refuted."
The pastor will preach at botli services.    Everybody welcome.
There will be no services in Knox
Presbyterian  church next Sabbath
COMING EVENTS
The Guild of Holy Trinity churcl:
will serve tea at tbe rectory on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 10th. Articles suitable for Christinas gifts will
be on sale dining the afternoon.
The annual fair of the Methodist
Sunday sehool will lie held in 1'.
Hums it Co.'s block, next W. K. ('.
Manly's, corner Bridge and First
streets, next Saturday, Nov. 11, from
4 to 10 p.m. A 25o luncheon will
be served. There will also be fancy
ivorkjnnd candy booths. A museum,
o which au admission of 10c will
be charged, is to lie one of the leud-
og attractions.
An informal dunce will be given by
the Ladies of.the Maccabees, in their
lodge room, Eagles' hall, next Thursday evening. A cordial invitation is
extended to all. Admission, gentle
men 50c, ladies free.
NOTICE
NEWSOFTHECJTY
	
Negotiations for Eight-Hour
Day at Smelter Progressing Satisfacforily
town and mining camp in the province
during tho coming winter on the same
errand.
Henry Eyer Met With a Seri-
Accident Wednesday
Morning
Negotiations between thc Granby
smelter management and its employees arc still being carried on,
but as both sides are bound to secrecy, absolutely no information
will be given out until either a settlement is effected or the conferences are declared off. The oom-
mittoe from the union, it is understood, is working hard to effect an
amicable settlement. Two meetings
of the union were held today, and
tomorrow afternoon there will be a
special meeting, when the union's
final instructions to the committee
will be given.
It bas been suggested by one or
two business men that, in the event
a successful settlement is arrived at,
the merchants of the city tender the
union a smoker. The suggestion is
meeting with considerable favor, and
is certain to lie carried out, especially as every citizen is more or less interested in an amicable termination
of thc pending negotiations.
Henry Eyer, a furniiceinan at the
Granby smelter, met witli what
came very near being a serious
accident yesterday forenoon. While
pouring water on some hot matte,
the metal exploded, small pieces
striking him in the lace and eyes.
He wus at once taken to the Cottage
hospital, where Dr. Kingston is giving bim all the medical treatment
possible. It was at first feared thai
his eyes had been ruined, hut a
thorough examination gives the doctor strong hopes of saving the man's
sight.
Applications will be received hy the
Corporation of the City of Grand
Forks, until December 2nd, 1905, for
the position of Auditor.
Applicants will state salary.
J. A. McCallum,
City Clerk.
Grand  Forks, B.C., Nov.' 10, 1905.
An American Disease
Some doctors go so far as to say
that indigestion is the national disease
of Ameriea. Tliero is hut one national remedy for indigestion, and that
remedy is Dr. Hamilton's Pills* which
accelerate the action of the gastric
glands and give tone Ui.fthe digestive
organs. They strengthen tho kidneys
andliver.cleanse and purify the blood,
and thus add general tone to every
organ of the body. Flesh and strength
are fust restored and the patient can
eat and digest any food he ptenses.
Test Dr. Hamiltonrs Pills yourself—
25e per box or live boxes for 81.00 at
all dealers.
It has been definitely stated that
the Dominion Copper company's
smelter at Boundary Falls will be
blown in on or about the 1st of December. The second train of ore
was shipped to the smelter Tuesday
morning. Coke and coal have aiso
begun to arrive at the works. ■
II. C. Hanington, barrister, made
a professional trip to Midway this
week.
M.S. .Martin, the local contractor
and builder, went up to Midway
Wednesday afternoon.
J. H. Kennedy, of Midway, chief
engineer of tho V., V. & E., und a
party of Great Northern officials,
visited the city last Wednesday. While
here they inspected the Granby smelter, and had a long conference with
Superintendent Hodges.
Card of Thanks
The members of Observation Loyal
Orange Lodge No. 52 worshiped in a
body in the Methodist lust Sunday
morning, and listened to an interesting sermon by Rev. Mr. Manuel.
After the service the members of the
lodge met in their hall, and unanimously adopted the following resolution:
Resolved, That we, the members of
Observation Loyal Orange Lodge No.
52, tender our hearty thanks to the
Rev. E. Manuel for his able and patriotic sermon to the Orangemen of
Grand Forks on this the anniversary
of the discovery of the gun powder
plot, «nd also to the visiting brethren
and friends who assisted us in making
our first annual church parade a success. R. Gaw, W.M.
E. Hall, Sec. pro tern.
Great Northern and C. P. R.
Engage in a Lively Scrap
West of Midway
Rapid progress is now being
made on the new addition to
the Windsor hotel, and present indications are that it will be completed long before the new liijuo'r
by-law becomes operative.
Born—In Grand Forks, on Friday, Nov. 10, 1905, to Mr. .mil
Mrs. D. G. Stafford, a son.
R. T. Lowery, of Nelson, editor
and publisher of Lowery's Claim, was
in the eity yesterday with a "dew of
building up his subscription list. Mr.
Lowery   intends   to   visit every eity,
Victoria advices last Saturday announced that the Great Northern
had won its suit against the C.P.R.
in the matter of the obstruction to
grading operations west of Midway,
and work was resumed alt that point
by the Great Northern. Hardly hnd
the contractors got fairly to work on
the delayed section, however, when
the C.P.R. showed undoubted signs
of renewing lie' light, claiming tlmt
ns they intended to appeal the Great
Xorthern had no riglit on the land
tin dispute, which tney allege has
not heen sold nnd no offer made for
it. Wednesday morning information wns received that more trouble
wns in the air, and it is reported tied
offers  of  88.50 pier day and board
wile inuile for men by the CI'. R.
The trouble at present is at a point
about six miles west of Midway,where
it will be necessary to drive a short
tunnel Tho Great Northern contractors for this section, it is understood,
yesterday sent a complant to tin* po
lice authorities at Nelson, and lust
ni;:itt Constable Da.u-uugli wns expecting instructions to proceed ti> the
■-pot to make arrests,
A "Wheezy" Chest
Means your trouble is deep seated.
To delay is dangerous. All the influm
inution will be drawn out in one day
by applying Nerviline, It penetrates
through the pons of the skin, relieves
inflammation and thus prevents serious consequences. For sore throat,
weak chest, nnd tendency to eolds, no
prescription is better than Poison's
Nerviline. For nearly lifty years it
has been Canada's greas household
remedy, Twenty-five cents buys a
large bottle.    .Sold by all dealers.
Government Officials Now Being Interviewed by Deletions of Citizens
Mayor Presses an Appropriation for the First Street
Bridge
Hon. Richard McBride, premier
of British Columbia, Hon. R. F.
Green, commissioner of lands and
works, and R. G. Child, the Jpre-
mier's private secretary, arrived in
thc city this afternoon, and are
guests at the Yala. Late in the afternoon they made a trip to the
the Granby smelter, and this evening they are being visited by delegations of citizens.
Mayor Hammar has put in all his
available time with the commissioner
of lands and works in endeavoring
to convince that gentleman' that an
appropriation' for a ne»; bridge at
either First or Fourth street is the
paramount issue in Grand Forks.
He says the progress in his argument lias reached ine stage where
thc government is Willing to bear
half the cost of the new bridge.
Mr. Haniniar further states that he
intends to show the visitors thc old
bridge tomorrow morning, oven if
he has to kidnap them to do so.
The party will leave for Phoenix
by private conveyance tomorrow
forenoon.
Coughlan-Hendcrson
Mr. Chris Coughlan. of Greenwood, but lately a resident of this
city, and Miss Eva Henderson, of
Grand Forks, were married at the
home of Mayor and Mrs. Jeffery
Hammar, in this city, at 10:30 Wed
nesday morning, Rev. E. Manuel
performing the ceremony. Only a
few relatives and intimate friends
of the contracting parties were present, John Henderson, a brother of
the bride, acted as best mall.
The groom is a promising young
man, and 1ms been a resident of
lirilisli Columbia for about ten
years, having been employed by P.
Burns & Co. nearly all of that time.
At present lie holds a responsible position with that firm in Greenwood,
In this city, where he lived (orabout
throe years, bis friends are only
limited by the number of his acquaintances.
Ihe bride is a daughte.1 of Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Henderson, of tins
city, and is an estimable young lady,
being very gopular witli a large circle of friends.
Tho young couple were the recipients of numerous costly and
beautiful presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Coughlan lefl
on the afternoon train for their
future home in (ireenwood' The
popularily of the couple iu this eity
is attested by the fact that the platform at thc ('. P. R. station was
thronged witli their friends, who had
gathered to congratulate them and
to wish them a happy nnd prosperous married life. They hoarded the
train amidst a shower of rice.
Head Thc Hun—SI.OO per year. L*tms3smm*r■■•■'"""■' "•**"'""*      "■'
R.H.TRUEMAN
The Well Known
 Photographer
d88H fi BflW
Vancouver, B. C.
will be at
3'
ie's Old Studio, Bridge Street
NOVEMBER 10, FOR ABOUT TEN DAYS
This will be your only opportu
class   photographic work,  as the
8l'**«#elfti<*4tt**'>.-; are very rare,
known to tiie people of the city to r
-dloQ :yfitlM)W tin* dates—Novem
nity for some time to obtain first-
visits to this eity of artists of Mr.
Mr. Trueman's work    is too   well
squire any special mention.
ler 10—ten ditvs.
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Kvitv I'u.'-diij'lJMII'Viilny I'.
s, Rritlsta Onllimbia,
'Svoitiiiira.
G. A. EvASS
....."Udtt'or uud Publisher
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fEl'luVlc'jtb'llol :l-lVU'*'l<l'll
AdwrtkiiiK raw tnuiHtied •'" nmlloation.
'fl(.liti|,i)t*tlll'lind. 9 cents per line.
AilTi-ns*, ull colllinnnlcatlnlis tu
HT  tn-ln-u:   ,v,u:l'ifiK evi-.sinci Son,
pansil.BlU ,llooii-|',J'li Obaiid Poults, H.C.
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Oil)    OJ   l|i'lt_£
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Bif fiirt~i.'#6fl*'BMBE*i 19. 1905
lonoiaaiinrnoo oil) di	
-"TrrmTTirfnio  uT~i^lr
nii'i'^dji-winiinh'o^11 ,n the .n<'"'
|tf">;iW*'l"7*Ul,(iCul. yesterday indi
e^saia.qfci}jj%()Liberal victory.
Tll'?oqiilu',iV)IWlitll«l('i(!S thought to
b^rfwiif'tti ah,c,('7nservaliv,*s are
MitllH'iiiW,:]4'"WlV*l!i'f,Ii^lUivp|'-
■mid ol giiillivrtpii ^~
."yliiM.muiiioyiyhiliciite of capitnl-
in(s Hasliieq)jilBcdijth" Nelson & Fort
*-)hepp!iird hlsuul- ifftant, comprising
ia^ieOOaojofti'atid plans for the set-
tlemtivtof'tllOit'iil'ieiai'e now being
niirttwiii .oTTl-fe igehtlemen chiefly
inteii'sosd inriJje.tloiil are J. A. No\v-
ell, of St. Paul;H. I*. Simmons, of
Glencoe, and-M. Sr Rutherford, of
Princrtf^fflteEi-R
THE MINING RECORDS
io   jitoHiobiitiH—r.i.'l
., iKnJHWfiftW %, locations,  cer-
tjflflgfjS* $lffoft...*#i of sale, etc.,
iWw1i;*7iiji ,f))e (fevcmment ofhceat
\\rm\, Fpfks,. [}. C„ of the (Irani
,I;oV1|ls, *nin)|)g„rti,\;!/>'"i.  ■«»'> Nov'
■JtlflbPiliiifliMifii I.i.j
-saiq o.WmWiW'j 'rations.
loCtffilfinWFlWjWl, """I''   Dimd
Oxley! IM'lfih'Hjl, r\Vellington camp,
Jniiw JMiHte'/n,1™ Bare' Wel;
mwimw,-,-L 3< Ba8sett*Mllud
J-jSpi-MgRett^unpl), relocation of
ftrit'rihi^Hgfl.i^.Baker,
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,.,pni»1ri[,l;,ijailil<|iS.,)cain|),CuiiiminS^
tit nhiJiWakliPiaRtt'T*   B"sin'   Ed"
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Mturt'l'll'-iW'nl'SI1!'/'-.!?^'"'1''''"1 I,L;
Johnson.
■iii. io i.*-;s*i¥>'i*''V.-*-**.,','"Jrr ''•''•
Mr»lne J*t*6iA>lJfOTk.,in '""'I1' ■''."
Mligin.UW.tV .V.I!|.,,-)I'"''""; ll"t ■*'''
and ■LonI'jili>\l''.4».i!il'"'l'li" ''""•>'•
11. Watlin In VV. Cook; Hot Air and
L(-mii|Pil«'',,.7-,\\,'r,*) Waterston to
lUlcnyll-'WllWi* Oversight, ,|,
Franklin cnmp, WM% Hull tn Win.
iWlilers'MW'-lAvV1   Sjfil*' *■< Kl'"'li"n
rtwHj>,iH.fift«i»*ilVJU}W' RH,lll°
Kill!. Wm\^gy-fpiglit, i,i-i'-'K--
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tauili.i-ufh"**., l9ljnftrkinM)n '" n'"
iiw,iiii,i'r,',V|v,l,l4ny1,,(i!f|l*';'t, I*", Fmiik*
•lin,Uiiiii-|h1M')li-l'l*,'Wl,'r'"lu';'w'
der; li-M iteSuMP' -■ -Prankl,n
caltlp, H- W.atliU-_to Ceo. M. Fripp.
.ijitr' 'ioq -till. I ft—ni
Read The Sun—11*00 per year.
V/liun Seven Men Die
You kno*f at jeost one of theiii had
consumption, At first it was only
catarrh—but it was neglected. When
Catarrhozone cures so i-uiekly it's foolish to suffer—it's a shame to keep on
suiftelihS and hawking. Catarrhozone
goes direct to tho cause of the disease
— that's why it's so dead certain to
cure. It stops the cough, prevents
that disgusting discharge, clears
phlegm out of the throat in five minutes. Very pleasant, and safe too: get
Catarrhozone from druggists today.
There are still a few cheery, wel
furnished rooms, with heating stove.'
vacant at the Province lintel.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
Arrangements are being made by
George Taylor, the well known local
contractor, for the construction of an
open air skating rink. It is also
probable that the curling enthusiasts
will be provided for.
The Grand Forks Bar association
held a meeting this week, when W. B.
Cochrane was elected president and
David Whiteside secretary.
R. II. Trueniaii, th3 wjll known
Vancouver photographer,arrived in the
city today, and will be at Blome's old
stand, Bridge street, for ten days.
Pa.ities desiring ortistic work in his
ine should not fail to call on him.
The Tunic of Health
Must be more than a stimulant—
must be a food as well. There is one
medicine that is both a food and a
tonic—it aids digestion, promotes assimilation, converts food into nutri
ment that builds up nerves, biiol,
brain and bone. That tonic is Ferrozone, which contains exactly what a
rundown system needs. Ferrozone
supplies oxygen to purify the blood,
phosphorous to develop the brain, iron
to harden the muscles. No wonder it
makes such vigorous men and women.
You'll eat, sleep, think and feel better
by using Ferrozone; try it —now.
Fifty cents buys a box of fifty chocolate coated Ferrozone tablets, at al!
dealers.
The Mittl Bottling Works have cut
their price on ail ease und draught
wini h und liquors.
Heavy teaming "F all kinds   (loin
bv .1. \\, Jones,
Leave orders for Stove Wood nt G
.1. liavMiird's.
You're next at the Palace Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
If your watch needs icpairng,
hike it to White Ilreos. All work
guaranteed.
It takes modern material to do up-
todule work. The Sun job department is kept strictly up-to-date.
For a nice hair cut or shave go to
tiie City Barber Shop on Riverside,
Baths ''He.
Could DistlinraUb Tread of 44 Flea.
Tbe quickness which some persons
possess in distinguishing tbe smaller
sounds is very remarkable. A friend
of tbe writer has declared he could
readily perceive the motion of a flea,
when on Ills nightcap, by the sound
emitted by the machine*** of his leaping powers.
However extraordinary this may appear, we find n similar statement Is
given in the ingenious work upon Insects by Kirby and Spence, who say, "I
know of no other Insect tbe trend of
■which is accompanied by sound, except indeed the flen whose steps n woman assured me she always hears
when it passes over her nightcap, anil
that it clacks as If it were walking In
pattens!" if we can suppose Ihe ear
to be ullve to such delicate vibrations,
certainly there Is nothing In the way
of sound too difficult for It to nclilt"1*-.
. Cats and dogs can hear tbe movements of their prey at Incredible distances, nnd that even in the midst of
noise which we would have thought
would have overpowered such effects,
Rabbits, when atomic t, forcibly strike
tbe earth with their leet, by the vibra
tions of wblcb they communicate their
apprehensions to burrows very remote.
—Nature.
Color Sennatlona.
The three primary color sensations
are considered to be red, green nnd violet. Certain mixtures of violet nnd
green produce n blue. Red nnd green
also give a yellow, but it is important to observe that these are primary color sensations nnd not primary
colors, though the expression "lights of
primary colors" Is admissible, for it Is
commonly Imagined ttiat the blue and
yellow mixed In certain proportions
produce various kinds of green. If
yellow and blue pigments be mixed together with wuter, the green color
produced Is not a mixture of blue and
yellow colors. It is the one color which
is not freely absorbed either by the
yellow or by the blue pigment. The
yellow pigment removes tho greater
part of the blue. Indigo and violet rays;
the blue pigment removes the greater
port of the red. orange and yellow.
Thus the light that finally escapes Is
mainly green.—Longman's Magazine.
I'loltics nnd  Ilent.
When we speak of warm or cool
clothing we use as absolute a metaphor
as when we talk of the sun going down
or tbe "rosy fingered dawn." Clothes
enn communicate neither heat nor cold
to the body. Fur Is not warm nor linen cool, exeept as tbey serve as conductors for the beat generated by the
body itself. Fur and wool are excellent nonconductors of heat—that is.
tbey do not allow the heat of the body
to escape so easily ns some other materials—and the reason why fur is one
of the poorest conductors of heat is
not, as might be supposed, so much because of its thickness and weight ns
because of the air which Is mingled
with or confined between its fillers,
confined nlr being one of the most effectual nonconductors of bent known.
Sivcllsli Women.
Reverence fur women Is one of the
Immemorial Scandinavian characteristics. The women themselves nre emulous of musciiliiie uchievemeut and are
keen for obtaining the same civil
rights. The woman of the south dominates by her charm, tbe woman of the
north by her force of niiud. Euch has
a love of physical activity nnd n thirst
for knowledge. Coeducation prevails
everywhere in the schools. In no other country Is the woman who is obliged to earn her own living better cared
for. All positions und all the professions are open to her. She may be
doctor, professor, journalist, mnnufne-
turer, without losing her woman's position in the world. The first transportation company of Stockholm wns
founded by a woman and by her directed with success. Many printing
shops employ women exclusively.
There bus, of course, been the tinpro-
1 entnble consequence of this, that Swedish women have grown indifferent toward tntirrlnge, nnd the number of In*
ie* evict woman has Increased—Re-
Should Fill the Bill.
'■Ills artistic Ideals arc high."
"Can't he get u Job painting church
Steeples?"
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
It ts nil of the difference in the world
whether a merchant or a cuttle thief
takes stock.
Boarders Wanted—A few more
steady boarders can find first-class
accommodations at Mrs. J. B. Henderson's, Winnipeg avenue.
Every man owes it to himself and
his family to muster a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement of the six Morse schools of telegraphy, in this issue, and learn how
easily a young man or lady may learn
telegraphy and be assured  a position.
Our job department is superior to
any other in the Boundary country.
We have both the material and tiie
experience to turn out high class work.
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT
TAKI-; iintlci* tlmt ut the expiration ot thirty
after tin* lirst iiiililiivitinu „f this notioe I
tut I to apply to the Lioonae (:. .o.inU^i.n,,.,---
fin- tin. City of Gran Forks for on hotel
licence, in nfitoe of the letail liquor lioeitoe
ni present existing in ,-, gpeat nf the premise!)
known ns the "Hub-saloon, situate in Lot
Kleven, Blook Three, Pliin Twenty-three,
corner of Btidgeant! Klrsfc streets.tjlty of
Grand Porks, British Columbia.
Iintml at Grand Forks, 11. C, this 18th day
of Gut 1,her. A.D. 1906.
LLOYD A   MANLY.
Razor honing a  specialty   at   the
Palace Barijor Shop, Victoria hotel.
TELEGRAPHERS
Annually, to AH the new pusitiona ereat-
*.■(. bv KnHrou'l nidi Telegraph Companies.
Ue want YOUNG MEN and LAUlliS nf
Lr'i<**l lml.its. to
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
We furl-lull 75 per -*->iit. of the open,tors
uml sti.tion niriMits In Amorlcn. Our wfx
schools are the largest exclusive Tela-
pruiih Schools in thk WORLD, Batab-*
[h-thed80years -tn<l cii-h-rs-'-l by nil Icml-
Ing Railway Offlolal*.
We execute u f*2fti) Uoinl to every student to furnish hitn or ber a position ptty-
Injr front ■Mil to fOOa ■■•onth lii.StnteK»nst
ofthe Koclty Mi'iiiitehit, or from $mift to
SIIKl a month in Stiitcs west of tfie
Rockies, iiiimi-iiiiitely  upon graduation.
.Students cun enter nt any time.     No
viieiitions.   For full particulars regard-
In;*; any of Olir schools write direct to our
executive office at Cincinnati, O, Catalogue free.
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Cinriimnti.Ohlo.
Allium*, On.
Tt.xurUiuui.Tex.
Ruffiilo, N. Y.
I-uCresHe, Wis.
San Francisco. Cal.
P. BURNS (&Co.
Dealers    in   All    Kinds    of
FRESH AND CURED
MEATS
Fish  and Game  in   Season
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
F PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP,
A KHIsa STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
uf ils kind in tlm eity.
COR. BRIDGE A»D FIRST STREETS
W.H.ITTER&CO
Will Sell
Everything
at
1-2 PRICE
From
ow Until the
15th of
November
W.H.ITTER&CO
Next Door to Post Office
Agents for Mason k Risoh Pianos, Singer Sewing
Machines, Columbia Graphophonss, Standard  Pat-
tlTHS. H
AVE YOU NOTICED
' That we  sell   only    the
best in  our lines?    We oiler
nothing that  is  not   strictly
first-class   in   GROCERIES.
THE QUALITY of our Stock
cannot'he denied, and itis
for this reason that we are so
sure of giving perfect satisfaction to all who give us a trial.
We also carry a line of Boots,
Shoes, RubbciK and Gent's
Furnishings.
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Phone 30
Opposite C.P.R. Station
SEE DINSMORE      !Harness,Saddlery
Before Ordering Your
Fall Suit
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. Call
and inspect our goods.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MBHOHAHT TAILOR,
BRIDGE ST.       GRANP FORKS
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL C0NTMCT0B
EXCAVATOR  .
ETC. ETC.
AU Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo.  Taylor
General Contractor.
DRAYING
Huvliifj estul'tished a completete Hur i(?ss
Shop ut Midway, full; equipped hi every
respect, we nre prepared to undertake
any kind of work
On the Shortest Notice
We have purchased the entire stock of
A. Hiilber*--, of Greenwood, nnd have
added the name to our alreudy large and
complete assortment.
ORDERS BY MAIL
Will receive our prompt attention. We
are specially prepared to deal with mall
order business, and to guarantee satis-
faction.
A. A. FRECHETTE & CO.,
MIDWAY. B. O.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
Tklkfhonk Al:)!)
GRAND  FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Kutiiuiifokii   HllllS., PltOI'S.
Claims and A'roMri.isiiMu.vrs—
We do more than jnst promise you
good printing—we do the printing
that's up to our promises. Any office
cuh can promise—we execute. No
disnppiiiiitiiH'iit—if we promise work
on n date, it's done at that time.
We Province Hotel
BRIDGE   ST H E E T
Renovated Throughout nml Entirely Refurnished.
NQW    OP£i^l    Pirnt-clw lmnr.1  hy dny, week
"~^**^      **       ^**^ "**    ***"* j ™    or   month.     Special   rates   tn
steady   hoarders,    The   finest
furnished rooms in the oity.   American and European plans.
EMIL LARSEN.
I.nteul Winnipeg Hotel
PROPRIETOR
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There nre also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the History,
Uses, Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy,
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Copper.
Every Miner, Prospector, Investor,  Hanker and  Broker needs the
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full library morocco, and thc Imuk, in either  binding,   will he  sen-
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receipt and the charge cancelled.    Address the .'iti Postoffick BLOCK,
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SUNBEAMS
Kissing a fashionable lady on the
cheek is one way to remove paint.
Stealing n march is not larceny nny
more than firing a servant is arson.
Every flock has black sheep, and
some flocks are composed entirely of
that kind.
A woman seldom says what sl,e
thinks when she hits her thumb with
a hummer.
It is a great compliment to a barber to have a customer go to sleep in
his chuir.
The average man does not care
what you think, of him, as long as you
don't say it.
Eve originated the serpentine dance
when she wal tzed out of the garden
of Eden.
Minerva was known as the goddess
of wisdom—and of course she never
married.
Some women don't believe a word
their husbands say, unless they talk
in their sleep.
The young man who proposes to a
girl after seeing her with her hair in
curl papers will do to tie to.
The only way to win in an argument witli some men is to walk off
when you have stated your side of it.
A man may lie a hopeless idiot, bnt
if he admires a woman you cannot convince lief that he is crazy.
At a dance a young lady called her
beau an Indian, because lie was on her
trail a good deal of the time.
When a girl tells a young man that
she dreamed about him, it is high time
for him to begin to be careful.
Very few men can handle a hot
lamp chimney and repent the ten commandments at: the same time.
Whenever you hour a iellow begin
a conversation by saying "there is no
u*,e talking," drepare you] self for a
flood.
BICYCLES
A CompleteLine of 1905 Models.
Ser-oii'l-liaiHl  wheels   always   on
hand,   and   will  be  sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
CEO. CIIAPPLE,    Opposite Postoffice
U thf only route of the farnoiM mill
favorite
"NORTH COAST
»
Sync>p»i«otRe|[ulatlonttQoveratna
tha ni»puatil of Dominion l.;nul*4
witlitn tiie Riillwny Flelt In
tiie I'rnvince of Hi-Itit-.li
Coluroblu.
, l.TORNSUtq <:>it timber.o-fth t>«
(-..-■■•..-...■•tl.
for whioh tii
a mile
ih) f-
iill rea
.  .    .tal of
■ ull timber
■e*t. FV,il-\
■ of & (istitt
3
TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS
DAILY
—BETWEEN—
St. Paul, Duluth, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Spokane
—And—
Pacific Coast Points
3
Excellent Train Service
High Class Equipment
Fast Schedules
A, D. ClIAHI.TOX
The Lion Bottling Works are selling Gooderhaiil k Wort's Rye Whiskey, the hest rye whiskey in Canada,
for S-'I-OO per gallon.
Uicvci.ks and Repaid Wokk—A
eoniplete line of 11)05 models.2 A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
PoBtoflice, First strqet.
A. Tinlino,
A. li. P. A„ Gen. Agt.,
Pin-lliuiil.Ore.     SiM.lwuii-, Wit si,
W. H. Ude,
Traveling Passenger Aseilt,
Spokane, Wash.
In luMlttou tn thn rental, duet at tbe foi*
lowing riiH'S ure '•htiritP*!:
Snwn ImiilitT. ■.'■ rents per tliiiijMi.nl feet
H.M.
Railway ties, "Ig-ht and nine feet long, IH
mul Vk iM-titf* eaoh.
Rhlfiir)a bulte. *ta aout-j a oord.
Alt ntlil-r proilnrt*'. ft per aeilti on the lalei,
A iluaiiie   l|i   issued to  lootl an n berth ii
irruriteil, hut In unsiirwyeil tprrltory no timber cau l*** out on ■• berth until the licensee
Rag mmle a snrvey thereof.
Permits to cut timber are olio aratitftd nt
piihll1* I'liinpetitiori, except In    the  vi*w*  of
iii'timl HOttlem, who reqt|lte the timher for
their own line.
Bat tiara ond other*-nis-yulta obtain permit*
toent ii|it.. 100 cords of wood for sale  without oo in petition,
The dues payable under h permit are $1.50
Uflf    tluiMKiiud   feet    B.M., for si|ilure timber
and ■uwloirtj nf any wood except ooUl from \4
to  Pj eents per line al foot [or ImlldlPffloiTSt
from !;■■■, to 25 cents per eord for wood; l emit
[0r fence posts; Scents for railway tie**; and
Sit cents per cordon shin .*■!*■ lmll*-.
.   Leases for  grazing   purposes   are   issued
for a term of twenty-one years at a rental of
two cents an aere per annum.
Coal lands may bo purebaned nt 110 per aere
for soft ooal aud $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 32U acres may bo acquired by one individual or company.
Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per ton of
2,000 pounds Ik collected ou the gross output.
Butties for laud for tif-Ticiilti-rul purposes
innv he mude personally at tlie local land
office forthe district in which the laud to be
takeii is situated, or if the homesteader He-
sires, he may, nn application to  the Minister
ofthe Interior at Ottawa.' tbe Gotttiuliitoner
of Imitiigratlon at Winnipeg- or the local
agent for the district within which the buid
is situated, receive authority for some one
to make entry for him.
A fee of $10 Is charged for a homestead
entry.
A settler who has received au entry for a
homestead, is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the
following plans:—
(1) AMeast six months'residence upon aud
cultivation of the land to each year during
the term of three years.
It is the practice of the Department to re
quire a settler to bring 15 acres uuder cultivation, but If he prefers he may substitute
stock; aud 20 head of cattle, to be actually
his own property, with bulloluffs for their
accommodation- will be accepteoj instead uf
the cultivation.
(2) ff father (or mother, If the'fnther is deceased) of any person wbo Is ellrlble to make
a hninestcml entry uuder the /provisions of
the Act-resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the laud entered fofr by sii->h persons as a
homestead, tbe requirements of the Ad as to
residence prior to obtaining; patent may be
Satisfied  by such person   j/e.-iding with tbe
j father or mother. . /
j (H) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by   him  in
; the vicinity of  his hoiueklead,  the   require-
I meets of tbe Act as to residence maybe satis-
; lied by residence upon tile said land.
Application for a patent should be made ur
' the cud uf three years before tbe local agent,
Ktib-ngent or a homestead inspector.
Uefore making an application for a patent,
the settler must give six months'notice In
writing to the Commissioner of Dominion
Lauds at Ottawa, of his Intention ta do so.
W\ W. UORY,
j Deputy nf the Minister of the Interior.
I   Ottawa. February 4th, ftp!)
p.ilYl'S iii! the news of the
**■ Boundary, und prints it
while it ih news. Jt is the
oniy twice-a-week paper published in Southern Hritish
Columbia. Jt is not owned
or controlled hy a clique of
politidahN, to further their
own ainbitio -a aims; nor hv
it combination of merchants
to he uHodaaa means of lauding their own wares, to the
detriment of their rivals.
Tuk Bun is the sole property of its publisher, nnd no
one else hits any right to dictate it's policy. It is printed in the interest of Grand
Forks and surrounding'district. When its editor believes he is right, he speaks
right put. He does not
have to consult Imlf-u-doxen
dliferent parties about what
he intends to say.
Everybody in Grand Forks
reads Tiik SUN twice a week.
Its out-of-town circulation is
large, and is rapidly increasing. Jt is therefore the best
advertising medium in the
Boundary.
$1 PerYeai*
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FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
.SHIRTS \V,\SI I I'D CLEAN AND;
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RiVERSIDE AVENUE.
HEADQUARTRES\FOR
: .Wi
Dr Follick
DENTIST
Graduate nt' Philadelphia Dental
College.
**
Office over Mom-
Phone 21. Bon's JowelryStore
IM'NESL & HENN16ER-
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
Cigar Store
HAY
GRAIN
FEED
AND
COAL
BRIDGE STREET,
I'lloxii AT*"1 QllAND F011K8
R. C. MGGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, 8n\v
Filing,Gun Repairing, Manufacturer "f Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street        Grand Forks, D.C.
Silver
Ware
A •election made from oor
Catalogue will be delivered at
your door at precisely lha
tame cost to you ai if purchased in person at our store.
II fell-Met, (tt.00 Ull
II        Thii huduma vpWi Te« S«i—      llll
M Ban-he«l .!■! ilii.iim:   handltt, Mil
I fine-it quality lilver plate—ia a        llll
■iMveluf Buod value. "II
Oijr new Catalogue will b«
ready Nov. 15th. Write for
a copy.
BYRIE BROS.
JEWELEK9
118, I JU. I**** and 124
Vonie SI., Toronto
ni " They Take First Rank
Amongst the Best"
"The Accident and Sick Policies of the Canadian Casualty and
Boiler Insurance Company are sellers. They are greatly in demand at their agencies in all parts of Canada. The contracts are
concise, clean and without ambiguity and practically without a condition. They take first rank amongst the hest selling in Canada
today."—Extract from Money and Risks, 'loronto.
IP. T. McCALLUM, Local Agent
Pacific hotel
G?F. C.P.R. STATION
First-Class in Every Respect.!        ■
Sample Rooms for Commercial^
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
BAR IN CONNECTION:
f. . ■ Finest Brands of Wines,    1
lu .  liquors a;.J Cigars.
P. n. McDONALD^Prop.
l^r...»4IINHI 'U"l|i ri'V'.l,"****-T1: -
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
CALL AT  HASSIE'S
and look over Itis stock. It ia Dot accessary to
leave an order. No one will ankyou to do so, but
the goods will exert a very strong pressure. This is
a very well selected stuck of very handsome goods
of seasonable weights and stylish designB. Under
the skilful hands of our
Expert Tailors
these goods are made up into j erfect, dressy  and
i   high-class suits. '
>■      HU-B      S-VSs^SSlii'B
N'.ERCHAIvT   TAILOR
Gff-ind   Forks, B. C.
i nest ru rait ure
iniMF-*^
A large consignment
of Lounges, Dining-room
Chairs, Tallies and Sofas jusl
arrived. Call nnd inspeel
'hem. Also a Ftock of Blun
':ots, Quilts, Pillows, etc., li
e sold at greatly reduced
.nices. See our display pi
I'ii'tiires.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
GRAND   FORKS, II. (
:.e t ros. £
Jewelers and
icians
fiiiefi 1   Hinton
:. veil In
W'fitcli Repatrt-P'r.
1-111 ._-.'..*. 'in...; .'. Specialty.
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j.
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The following table gives the ore
1905, and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,  Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, I'hoenix	
Rawhide, I'hoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit   	
Athelstiin-.Iackpot, Wellington	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix.
MorrisoU, Deadwood	
1!. C. Mine, Summit	
R. Bell, Summit	
Buima, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp....'	
Senator, ."Summit Camp	
Brey 1'ogle, Summit Camp	
No. 87. Summit Camp '	
Reliance, Summit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
(loldcnCrown,Welli: gton	
King Solomon W. Copper	
N'o. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
I ewcl, I.i ing Lake	
i'arini; West Fork	
Providence, (ireenwood	
ISlkhorn, (Ireenwood .'	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
IS. P. li. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Pulls	
Miscellaneous	
shipments of Boundary mines for   1900, 1901,
7,900       1901. 1902. 1903
64,533   231,702 309, K58 393,181
297       1,721 20,800 74,212
5,340    99,034 141,320 138,079
150
1,200
19,494
1.070
2,250
2,000
100
3,230
Total, tons	
Iranby Smelter treated 	
11. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter treated	
Montreal it Boston Co.'s Smelter treated
99,730
02,387
804
7,455
550
150
150
47,405
050
14,811
«0n
8,530
1,040
875
781
025
005
482
350
890
2,175
219
80
3,450
325
3110,000
230,828
117,011
507.545
312,340
148,(100
15,731
5,040
3,339
19,305
1904
549,703
174,298
25,050
.1,070
3,250
1,759
4,586
5,000
22,937
15,537
303
37,9(10
10,400
3,450
222
304
83
2,435
993
400
107
'.WO
084,901
401,921
102,913
123,570
7-.fi
.  325
62
80
300
-750
827,348
596,252
209,637
30,930
1903, 1903, 1904,
1905    Past Week
519,305 16,935
145,929 8i9M
45,199   .      300
23,305
855
4,549
1,720 "..."
7,810 "90
2,904 60
1,833 	
33 '.'.'.'.'.
150
36 77
590 60
105
448 	
669 '   30
255
73
310 30
752,686 21,409
531,714 16,500
167,184 3,738
71,433       *	
The imp Hoax.
Tills brazen Imposture nn tbe credulity of tbe English public wns tbe result
if u wager between tile Duke of Molt*
uigue nail another nobleman in 1749.
In illsi'iissiiig tbe annizing gullibility
,>f tbe English people tbe former ue-
•ini-eii that if one were to advertise it
well tbat be would jump into a quart
liottle nil London would go to see bim
do It. The wager being made, 1111 ud
vei-tisenient was Inserted in all of tbe
lending papers promising tlmt tbe feat
would lie performed on a certain date
nt the lluymni'kct theater. On tbe appointed day the theater was packed
from pit to dome, nnd many hundreds
were turned from the doors. The supposed magician appeared on the Btuge
and bad the temerity to state that if
tbe audience would pay double the
price he would enter a pint bottle,
shown on the stage table, instead of
Ihe quart flask, as furnished, lie then
hurriedly escaped by the stage door.
A riot resulted, in which the theater
wns badly wrecked, iitul the duke nnd
his companion hud to leave town until
the excitement wus well over.
The OrlKlnal Criidle.
There is, if one comes to think of it,
snys the London Queen, more connection thnn Is at lirst apparent between
the "tree top" and the cradle of the
old refrain, wltb which generation nfter generation of babies has been crooned to sleep. The cradles of the nlntll
and tenth centuries were formed of a
section of tbe trunk of a tree, scooped
out, witli small holes bored ut the
sides through which to puss the cords
back und forth to prevent the child
from falling oat. The natural convexity of the wood on the outside enabled
tbe nurse to rock the infant.
The enormous antiquity of the now
obsolete cradle Is startling when one
remembers the wicker cradle or basket
.<f the time of Moses, nnd lutcr It Is
lufown on excellent authority that tho
Itomim babies slept in cradles. These
were the predecessors of the elaborately carved cradles which formed so Important a part of the bedroom furniture until within the hist llfty years.
Few men or women hnve their con*
dclcuees educated up to n point where
they will nut ride oil a scalper's ticket.
A mnn can do almost everything but
il'tuk by machine, but he Is generally
able to lind some politician to do his
'.Milking for him.
One thing the mnn wltb the hoe has
■lint some people who pity him art
;*iy 011. uud thut Is good health.
60   YEARS'
* EXPERIENCE
w
hen
You consider
7
that   a   poorly
printed job costs
jl&j
just as much as
V-T7
one  that   pre
Mr
sents a neat and
IB
tasty    appear
lu
ance, do you not
$$$m
think that your
business    de-
mands t
.he latter kind ?
#
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 guar
antee satisfaction.
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i,ii-rl(il noltcf, without oiinrso, In the
Scientific Baerican.
\ liMltftnm*},** iPimtrr-toiI f-pfiUlT'. Lnnrest clr-
Hiluf."*. ot iriy M.idiniH'. l-i-irtiQl. Tcriim, M ■
viinr: l.n.rm n'.!i*-,$1. *■*.*■ M !*yat. nows-lontern,
MUNN & Co.»««■■«**«* New York
Ilranch 0I.IM, IK5 11"., Wnshlmtoil, D. C
FOUNDED 1892
INCORPORATED  1893
N'KW WI'STMINSTKIt, B, 0,
I'l'iivldes a llniiii* for .Stuilents of
both sexes at. reasonable rates. Mas aj
Preparatory (Jluss for Junior Students doingPublio Sohool work. Is do-
in*,' High Sohool work, confers all
High School privileges, and prepares
fur Teachers' Examinations, Teaches
all branches of a thorough Practical
Business .Course, and grants Diplomas.
Gives a Liberal Education in its own
Col'eglate Couise, and in the Lad es'
College Course for the degrees i of
M. K.L, and MX.A. Tn University
work, the Arts Course can now be
taken in Columbian College, and the
B.A1. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with which the College
is in full affiliation. In Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. and
B.D.
for fuller information, and terms,
Rev. W.J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
or Hev. J. Bowell, Bursar.
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Orand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Koses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
l'ay weelky. Handsome outfit free. Write for particulars and tend 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE k WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nurseries,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
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at The Sun office. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving made. .

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