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Filth Year—No. 23
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, January 1*1,1906
Issued Twice a Week
I THENEWCOiiNClL
Mayor,   Hutton;   Aldermen,
Gaw, Cooper and McDonald in East Ward,
steer clear of such gross ingratitude.
The act of the two men may be
"practical" politics, but men who
are not true to their friends will
bear watohing.
And Spraggett, Lequime and
Clements in the West
Ward
The city elections passed off quietly yesterday. The weather was
mild, and the candidates worked
like beavers to bring out the full
voting strength of the city. The
following is the result of our licking:
Mayor— ,
Jeffery Hammar 130
Francis H. Hutton . 248
Aldermen, East Ward—
Chas. Brown  63
Fred Cooper (elected)   99
Robert Gaw (elected) 132
Frank Hartinger  42
Joseph L. Manly  63
J. D. McDonald (elected) 120
John Temple....  65
West Ward—
A. C. Clements (elected)  93
Lindsay Crossen  53
Bernard Lequime (elected).... 95
Ernest Spraggett (elected)  96
Mr. Brown attributes his defeat
to the fact that he was the thirteenth
man nominated, and Mr. Manly to
over-confidence.
After the votes had beon counted
Mayor-elect Hutton was tendered
a cutler ride around the city, a
number of muscular young men
from the Granby smelter volunteering their services as substitutes for
horses. On arrival at the corner of
Bridge and First streets, Mr. Hutton
briefly addressed the assembled citizens, thanking them for the "glorious victory." The small boys and
young men tooted their horns for an
hour or so, or until they became
winded, and then went home—and
the city election of 1905 had passed
into ancient history.
The Sun learns un good authority
that a prominent reformer, who
patted Mayor Hammar on the back
when the liquor license by-law was
\ before the council, voted for Mr.
Hutton because he had been adviced
to do so by a gentleman interested
saloon property.
A well known insurance man,who
dabbles in journalism as a side issue,
is said to have been a Hammar man
up to the morning of election day.
Then he went and voted for Hutton
—and persuaded his wife to do likewise—because he wanted to be on
the winning side.
The Sun has learned a new secret.
There are not enough menfbers in
this firm'to get on all sides of public
controversies. It appears to be impossible to get too old to learn.
One candidate asserts—and he
says he has indubitable evidence-
that he was thrown down by two
of his friends, whom he had befriended, both financially and morally, in previous elections. The
man doesn't mind his defeat, aa he
didn't care whether he was elected
or not; but in future he intends to
Alderman-elect Gaw, it is said,
furnished the whistles.
THE MINING RECORDS
NEWS OF THE CITY
The Club Reopened After Election, But Has Again Been
Closed
formed The Sun that he bus given
orders to have the same closed again,
and that he intends to enforce the
new by-law until Mayor-elect Hutton is sworn in.
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bilk of sale, ete.,
recorded in the Government office nt
Grand Forks, B. C„ of the Grand
Forks* mining, division, from Dee.
22 to Jan. 18, inclusive:
CONVEYANCES.
Arcade fraction, 1-6, Franklin camp,
A. D. McPhee to Forbes M. Kerby.
Ax„ J, Franklin camp, HpnryEyre
to Geo. B. Todd and   Chris Christen-
sen.
Emma, all, Brown's camp, Tim
Townsend to C. M. Kingston.
AGREEMENTS.
Bryan, Franklin camp, Leonard
Vaughan to A. D. McPhee.
Ajax, Franklin camp, H. M. Genin,
B. Lequime and P. B. Nelson  to A.
D. McPhee.
Ouray fraction, Franklin camp,
Patriok Kelly to A. D. McPhee.
CROWN GRANT.
Buller, Hardy mountain, Kdmond
J.Tettl
CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT.
Britton, Seattle camp, Ella Clark
and Chas. Hay.
CERTIFICATES OF WORK.
Joe-Joe, Wellington camp, Joseph
J. Bassett.
Long Willie fraction, Wellington
camp, D. J.  Darraugh.
Lark, Wellington camp, G. F.
Raulston. •
RECORD OF U1CATIONS.
Ellis, Brown's camp, a relocation uf
Mascot and Little Volcanic, George
Ellis.
Great Northern Officials Believe Service Would Be
Well Patronized
Only One Day Required to
Make Business Trip to
Spokane
A roport comes from Spokane that
tho proposition of putting on two night
trains on the Spokane Falls k Northern is receiving the serious consideration of railroad ollicbtls. The matter
has been takon up with officers -in St.
Paul,but no decision has been reached.
The plan contemplates trains leaving
Spokane and the northern and western ends of the line in the evening and
arriving in the morning. It is the
opinion of the railroad officials that
night trains would be well patronized
between Spokane and Nelson, Rossland, Grand Forks and Republic. To
go to Spokane from this city on business requires three days, two for the
journey and the layover in Spokane.
If night traius were installed the trip
could be made in two pays and a
night. On next Sunday a new time
table will go in effect on the Spokane
Falls k Northern. The only material
difference in the time will be that the
train will arrive in .Spokane at 5:50
instead of 5:45 as at present.
Intense Interest Was Taken
in the Two Public
Meetings
Chas. Cusson, formerly of the
Queen's hotel, left for t'loleman to
day.
It's a difficult"'task to pick tbe
winners when the people won't vote
the way you wish them to vote.
Shortly after the vote in the mayoralty contest had been counted
Thursday evening, the manager of
the Club saloon received a message
from Lloyd A. Manly, who is now
in Victoria, instructing him to open
the house to the public at midnight,
although tbe place had been closed
since the 15th inst. nnd had no
license. It is reported that our
member, Geo. A. Fraser, is backing
Mr. Manly up in this strange proceeding.
The public, meetings in the
opera house Tuesday and Wednesday evenings were well attended,
tbe house being crowded on both occasions. At Mayor Hammar's meeting the principal speakers were Mr.
Hammar, Mr. Hutton, Aid. Clements, J. D. McDonanp, F. E.
Cooper, and David Whiteside, who
spoke in behalf of tho candidature
of Bernard Lequime, who is absent
from the city. Mayor Hammar
made an able speech, discussing the
issues inqolved ill the election in a
masterly manner; but as the ratepayers have now passed judgment
on the questions at issue, ami as the
whole matter has been relegated to
ancient history, itis unnecessary U.
go into details.
Duncan Ross.Greenwood, M.P.for
Yale-Cariboo, is a visitor iu the city
day.
Our contemporary has ample justification for patting itself on the
back during the next six months. It
has at last supported one successful
candidate.
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist Church—Services on Sab
bath next at usual hours. Morning
theme, "Shall We Know Our Friends
in Heaven!" Evening subject, "Only
a Rod, But —." Everybody welcome.
E Manuel, pastor. '
On Sunday a new time table will go
in effect on the Spokane Falls k
Northern. The train from Curlew
wil[ leave Grand Forks foo Spokane at
11 a.m., and the train from Spokane
will arrive here ut 4:55 p.m. The
Phoenix train will arrive at 9:35 a.m.
and leave at 5:00 d.tn.
Frank Rowell, a smelter employee,
who had an eye badly injured last
mouth by a piece of slag falling in
it, returned last night from Spokane,
where he bus been consulting an
eye specialist. He has hopes of recovering the sight of the injured
member.
Tiie Grand Forks nntl Hossland
hockey clubs will play a match game
at tbe rink in this city tumorrow
evening. The puck will bo placetl
at *> .30. Both teams arc in good
condition, and a fine game is promised.
Fred Lawrie, of tho Lion Bottling
Works, returned on Wednesday from.
a two mouths' vacation trip to eastern
Canada.
D. D. Monro and A. E. Blakeway
came down from Midway yesterday to
cast their ballots.
M. D. White made a business trip
to Midway this week.
Tbe Club saloon opened up thc
morning after election without a
license.    Mayor  Hammar  has in-
Sell Your Cold lor SI
You surely won't stop at a dollar
bill to cure tbat horrid snifl'cling cold?
Go to any druggist and get Caturrho-
zonej and your cold will be a thing of
the past. Tliere is almost witchery
in ■ the swift way Catarrho*ine kills
uuldst But when you consider tin
penetrating, healing und antiseptic
i|uulities of Catarrhozone perhaps it's
not so wonderful. Certainly there is
no remedy half so prompt for colds
and catarrh as Catari-lio/oue. Kefusi
a substitute and insist ou having only
Caturrhozono.    Sold by all druggists.
Tho Lion Bottling Works have cut
their price on all case and draught
wines undliquors.
THE NICOLA ROAD
Laying  of Steel   Has Commenced at Spence's
Bridge
Construction Will Be Pushed
on to the Tunnel—Engine Arrives
The work of tracklaying on the Canadian Pacilic extension, 40 tni'es
long, from Spence's Bridge to Coulee,
has commenced from the S|>ciicc's
Bridge end, antl will be laid out as far
us the "tunnel," about ten miles from
the bridge, says the Nicola Herald,
The completion of thc first bridge is
practically finished antl will permit
tho running of trains over it.
It is expected to have the tnnnel
finished by March, s i by having the
truck out thut distunco and trains gunning, the material for the bridge antl
other construction work will be conveyed to thut point by train.
The first engine to run on the Nicola branch has arrived at Spence's
Bridge. The work of grading has progressed well. As eoon as the tunnel is
completctl the balance rf the road will
be in readiness for the laying tf the
mils.
Trains will without doubt lie running over the road to Coutlee by the
first week in May.
Production of British Columbia During the Year
1905
A  Number of Notable   Advances Over Former
Years
The mineral production of the whole
of British Columbia for 1905 reached
a value of $21,000,000, or about
$2,000,000 in advance of 1904, according to figures compiled by E.
Jacobs. Of course, the value of the
output of the last two or three weeks
can only be estimated, and the' actual
returns may be slightly greater or loss
than the amount set down for them.
The values of the metals produced are
approximately as follows:
Gold $ 5,750,000
Silver     2,050,000
Copper     5,450,000
Lead     2,370,000
Zinc        320,000
Total $15,940,000
The non-metallic minerals are thus
estimated;
Coal   i $3,090,000
Coke   1,220,000
Building material, etc      75:"),000
Total $4,060,000
By districts the production was as
follows:
Cariboo 8   460,000
Cussiar J.      563,500
Eust Kootcnuy  4,927.500
West Kootenay  5,706,000
Lillooet        30,000
Yale  5,651,500
Coast  2,874,500
Miscellaneous        30,000
East Kootenay shows an incrduseof
ubout $l,700,000,aud Yale of about
81,500,000 over 1904.; West Kootcnuy declined about 8100,000, and the
coast districts about $1,300,000 as
compared with the previous year. The
decrease at the coast was largely due
to the Nanaimo coal mines strike antl
tbe suspension of mining at Mount
Sicker. East Kootcnuy's increase
woultl have been substantially larger
hud the St. Eugene not been hindered
by fire, which destroyed its shaft-
house. The yield of placer gold in the
northern districts was kept down by
the lack of water, caused hy the light,
sno.vfall of last winter. The decrease
iu pliicei' gold was more than mude up
by tho preater output of lisle gold,
netting nn advance of about $(10,000
in the total. Copper, silver and lead
were ull increased, while /.ine lost year
mude its first uppeurauce us a substantial contributor U> the total. The increases over 1901 were approximately.
Gold 8 60,000
Silver  330,000
Lead  95(1,000
Copper  860,000
Zinc  320,000
Coal decreased 8470,000 and coke
818,000. Vancouver island collieries
produced 090,200 tons of coal and the
Crow's Nest collieries 746,100 tons, a
total of 1,436,300 tons, of which 403,-
900 tons were convert-ed iuto coke.
A. Willey, superintendent of the
Cascade Power & Light company, is
a guest at the Yale today. * -Ebs-mng &vm
Published nt Grand Porks, British Columbia,
livery Tuesday and Friday Evenings.
Q. A. Evans...
...Editor and Publisher
. SUBSOtUITION HATBS '
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One Year (in advance!  1.U0
Advertising ratesfurnislipit on Hpplieation.
Letrftl notices, 1(1 mid .1 cents per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening: Sun,
Phonb B74 ISuand Fohks, B.C.
terminal facilities at Kaien islnnd.
According to its terms, now made
public, the railway company must begin work on wharves, roundhonses,
stations, etc, there before June 30th
of this year. Tho grant is for 10,000
acres, which was made nt $1 an  acre.
FRIDA"**.   JANUARY 19, 1906
The Sun does not intend to talk
itself hoarse explaining the causes
which contributed to the landslide
in the eity elections yesterday.
Every voter will have to draw hi*
or her own conclusions. It appears
to bo the general impression, however, that the new liquor license bylaw is responsible for the crushing
defeat, us no doubt is expressed as
to the honesty and in-egrity of the
present mayor and aldermen, and
the administration's handling of the
city's finances has been beyond reproach. The election of Mr. Hutton as mayor means the re-opening
of the liquor license question, which
had practically been settled, and
another twelve months of excitement
antl bitterness of feeling over the
matter is likely to ensue. The Sun
believes that it would have been
better for the city if the fight on the
by-law had been ealled off.
The attitude of the editor of the
Gazette in the election bas caused
some comment. Three years ago
he was elected mayor on a moral
reform platform. vThis year be did
everything he could to kill a hy-law
having fnr its object the abolition of
the saloon in the city. Has Mr. Burrell decided to become a "practical" politician? . -
The Sun never hits below tbe belt,
antl it scorns to adopt the tactics of
some of the speakers at the public
meeting, Weduetfflfcy evening, of attacking a man when he is not present in the citv to defend himself.
Since the ballots were counted last
night we have frequently been asked
what we thought of Mayoi: Hammar.
Our opinion is thc same now us before
election— that he is the best chief executive Giand Forks'ever hud. Had
we not been convHnced of this fact we
should not huve supported him. Antl
The Sun is not a weathercock.
Many strange whims of the voters
are reported, It is said that many of
ratepayers who signed the petition requesting Aid. Clements to stand for
re-election voted against him yesterday. If there hud heen candidate in
the VVeat ward, Mr. Clements would
undoudti'dly have fared the same fate
as his colleagues,
It is quite evident that if there hnd
been enough candidutes in  the   \\". st
ward the old faces would  have   b-en
wiiied off* tho aldermunlo l-niuil.
	
With the new cemeteay completed,
and an undertaker on the board, tliere
is no reason why the new city council
should not be able to bury its own
dead when the proper time arrives.
The legislature wits told lust week
that public accounts of the province
of British Colombia! for the year ended Juno 30 show a surplus of receipts
over expenditures of 8268,265.3.'!, ns
eotnparetl with $246,000 last year.
There huve been large increases in the
returns from timber lenses and mineral tux.
Interest so fur in the legislative session has Centered ahout the grant of
land to the Orand Trunk  Pacific   for
Your Worn-Out Stomach
What it needs is tlio strengthening
influence of Dr. Hamilton's Pills—
they work marvels where the stomach
and digestion nre poor. In ono day
the appetite increases and the whole
system is rapidly strengthened. No
stomach specialist could write a better
prescription than Dr. Hamilton's Pills
of Mandrake und Butternut'. At nil
dealers, in a yellow box, price 25c, or
five boxes for one dollar.
THE COAL MAN.
The summer swiftly slipped away.
And autumn is nn deck:
That's why the coal man's feeling gay
And reaching for our neck.
When It was ninety In the shade
And higher still at night,
We'd meet the coal man on parada
And hardly be polite.
Of course we couldn't make a fusa
Or street disorder plan,
But when he'd try to speak to us
We'd say, "Who Is the man?"
But now the tables have been turned,
For when we pass him by
And try our best to be concerned
We get the glassy eye.
When summer rules the pleasant land
The coal man makes no hit,
Bvt, oh, when winter is at band
lie's surely all of "Itl"
For then ho holds the cards to win
As much as he can count;
For six months we have saving been
To swell his bank account.
THE COM-OIUABIC WAV.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
.Leave
GRAND FORKS1 »,,
Spokane, Seattle, I
Hverett,  liHIin-**--
iitnn, Vani-uuver, I  4.25 p.m.
Victnri.i   uml   all
Coast puiiitu |   	
Spnluiht*--, I'VrnJP, I
Uinni|,i-.-,Sl l''*iil
■ui<l,\]ii,m'',|,4,*i.,.
Xoi-thiWt.   Honk-
latid. Nel-tou, Ku»-
lo nml Sittnliui.   ,
I lit'pulilit', CurleW
l.t'iiulili.',
uud Kerry  (Midway) .
p.m.
p.nTT rPiicjenix, B.<.
4.25 p.m.
4:2ft p.m.
('omiiieuttnt-; at Spokane with the famous
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
2—Dally Overland Trains—2
Prom Sjiokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul
Mimieapnlis, St. Louis, Chicago nud ull
poilltrj «USt.
Kor complete information, rates,
berth reservations, etc., call ou or address,
H. SHiiKDY, Agent,
Grand Forks.
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A..
Seati le.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
Money In Chickens.
Did you ever know a man wbo did
not think lie could  make a fortune
raising chickens except the one' who
had tried it?
Any nian with pencil and paper aud
a slight, knowlt*.;..,' of arithmetic can
■It down and Hrful-e himself on Easy
i: '■: ia a few
tt)li* ites. with a
si.ut of a dozen
l"nus and a red
headed rooster.
A man whose
only knowledge
of the business is
a hazy Idea that
fried chicken doe*
not grow on
bushes has It
firmly fixed in his
mind tbat all he
has to do is to
rent a half acre of ground, build a few
primitive henhouses and sit down and
wait for people to bring money to bim.
Half of tbe men you meet in a busy
city have a disappointed look on their
faces because they have tried the
chicken business and fell down, but
Mint does not for a moment discourage
tbe man wbo has never gone bard
against the game,
A gettutn'e Home Lady , Society
Minstrel sliow will be given the first
week ill January. Any lady desiring
to participate in the entertainment
kindly forward name to Prof. Blee,
Postoffice.
There are still a few cheery, well
furnished rooms, with heating stoves,
vacant at tlio Province hotel.
Head The Sun—The only twice a-
week paper in the Boundary. $1.00
per year.
First-class dressmaking, Late of
Toronto. Over Hunter-Kendrick
store.    Terms moderate.
Rend   The  Hun—The   paper that
prints facts—SI.OO per year.
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
their price on all case and draught
wines und liquors.
-rfS**-
Leuvo orders for Stovo Wood mt G.
J. Hayward's. '
It \	
.   You're next at the Palace Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
If" your watch   needs   repairng,
take it  to  White Breos.    All worl?
War is Indeed all that General Sherman said, be: it Isn't football.
One of the things that s man can do
without trying Is to forget tbe date of
Ids wetUiin,.; anniversary.
tt will be a great step toward clr-
llizutlon when the Igorrotes learn to
lirst run their dogs through a sausage
machine.
/ootlinll managers wonld oertttlnw
recruit their teams from women If they
could witness a bargain day rush
The Gold Fev«r.
When, many yenrs ago. gold wa»
first discovered in Australia the ex*
clteih«nt caused has probably never
been ct.vtled in history. OIHces were
deserted, Bhlps were left to rot at anchor by their crews, the prisons were
left unguarded by tl>e wardens, the
streets unpntrolled by thc police. Men
In high olllcltil positions bad to act as
"boots" and grooms for themselves.
In Goeloug there Was left only one
servitor. He hud lost his wooden leg
and could not comfortably decamp.
Everybody wus gold hungry. Men
slept in open streets, in tubs and
boxes, In tents anil hare of cover eu
tlrcly. Convicts robbed nnd slaughter
ed. 'Hulks were bursting with their
loads of prisoners. It wus ruther <i
bttd time while It lasted.
Heavy teaming of all kinds   dom
by .1. \V. Jones.
It takes modern material to do up-
to-date work. The Sun job department is kept strictly up-to-date.
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A KHESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
—It-
most COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in tin* city.   "
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
PROP. BLEK'S
School of Dancing
.   Every Tuesday and Friday
Afternoon   and Evening from 3
to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.
A SOCIAL DANCE
Will  he held every Tuesday and
Friday from H:3<) to 12 p.m.
ADMISSION-  Gentlemen •  •  SOc
Ladies Invited.
A. ERSKINE SMITH
E. H. C. RAWLINSON
A. ERSKINE SMITH & GO.
GRAND   FORKS, B. C.
COMMISSION AGENTS
Real Estate, cTWining and Insurance. Brokers .
Reference:    Eastern Townships BanK.. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
The Lion Bottling Works are sell
ing Gooderhain k Wort's Rye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for $3.00 per gallon.
Read Tho Sun—$1.00 per year.
CERTIFICATE    OF   IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
Black l!i*iir ami Iron Clatl (Fractional)
Mineral Claims, sttunte In thp Grand Forks
Mining Division of Vale District.
Where locntpil: fircpiiwonil Camp.
TAKB NOTIf'K that I. Forties M. Kerby, in
1 agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner's
Certiticate No. 1191,5'.. Intend, sixty days
fromthe date hereof.to apply to the Mining;!
Recorder for a Certiflonte of Improvements. I
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant I
of the above claims. ' i
And further take notice that, action, under
section "7, muit be commenced before the I
Issuance of such Certllleate of Improvements.
Dated this 8th duy of January, A. 1). ISM.    I
KORHKS Iti. KBRHY,       I
Agent.
Why Do Women Suffer?
Such pain and endure the torture
of nervous headache when 2Sc buys a
sure cure like Nerviline. A few drops
in sweetened water brings unfailing
relief. You feel better at once, you
are braced up, invigorated, headache
goes away after one dose. The occasional use of Nerviline prevents indigestion and stomach disorders—keeps
up health and strength. Eve.ty woman
needs Nerviline and should use it too.
In 25o bottles everywhere.
Rnarders Wanted—A few more
steatly boarders can find first-class
accommodations at Mrs. J. B. Henderson's, Winnipeg avenue.
P. BURNS^Co.
Dealers    in   All   Kinds    of ™
FRESH AND CURED
MEATS
Fish and Game in  Season
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
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
business demands the latter kind ?
40
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, aud a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship are of the
best. 7*et us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
JOIN the CANADIAN
PREFERENCE
LEAGUE
THI object of th* League \m to sduaatt oanadlan* hew tutt te
apply th*» Oanadlan Preference eentlment. M*mb*r* ef th*
League ar* expected, whan making purchases, te glue preference te the produota ef Oanada and te all artlelae ef Oanadlan
manufacture, whan th* quality I* equal and tha eeet not In excel*
of that of similar foreign preduete or manufactured article*. lech
mamt-trlaalto expected te give preference to Oanadlan labor and
to thle country** educational and financial Institution*. A monthly
Journal will be published In the Intermt* ofthe League and mailed
to eaoh member. The annual memberahlp fee and eubeorlptlon
for th* Journal le •1.00,
OUT THIS OUT, SION. AND HMD TO waive
The Secretary, THK CANADIAN PREFERENCE LIAOUI, nanny
Room 20, Home Life Building, Toronto
Please onroll my namo a* a member of the Oanadlan Preferenc*
League.   Enclosed Is St.oq. my mombershlp fee and subscription for
ono year to "OANADA FIRST," tha Journal ef The Canadian Preference
League.
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(Name) Mr., Mre., Mice	
P.O. Addreee ! —	 SUNBEAMS
THE QUALITY of out- Stock
cannot be denied, and it is
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, Rubbers and Gent's
Furnishings.
•|   ui   iiii^
J. H. H0D30M & CO.
Opposite C.P.R. Station
We Province Hotel
QUIIli"***-**-    STREET
Tbe young man deserves pity ■who
has learned how to spend a fortune
before kno\v,iug how to acquire one.
About the only man who dies for
love is tlte young man who starves to
loath after .being refused by a rich
girl,
The world   is now  warned   ii'-aitist
the microbe tbat infests the door knob.
Tho danger is said to be just about as
Jreat as from handling greenbacks or
silver, or shaking hands with a neighbor. The information is given out t mt
when taking hold of a  door knob one
isliuble   to   infection   with  measles,
mumps,   itch,  jockjaw,  appendicitis,
antl 'what not.    Itis evidei't   that a
man has a mighty small show  for bis
life in the midst of so much scientific
discovery.
A Complete Line of 1905 Models.
Seftoud-hana wheels always on
hand,  antl   will  be  sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GEO. CHAPPLE,    Opposite Postoffic
*■-;^7^- ••**'- ?
, r:yr,'.
[Is the oil')' fl
.....Clt till
favorite
Bv ami bv we will have to wash
conked food in boiled water, use sterilized  plates, cups   and saucers, and
  knifes and forks,    We are living in a
MfllAI    flPFPsi   First-class 'hoard  by day, week Rermfttl world.    Oermnlogy is spread
'*¥."      •****TI'    mm** -•-'■    »   t" in^lsswavdavbv div.    There art
BRIDGE    STREET
Renovated Throughout and Entirely Refurnished
m
(*■
\v nopKltiiof Keuulutiona rmVcrnldu
the Dlsponal.of Dominion Lionel a
Within the Hallway Belt In
thu I'rovlnce «>f Hriti«li
Columbia.
AbtOBNSBtu ■•■it Umber can be acquired
™ only at imHHo eomnetltlon. A t-putul ot
•Si, per square mile laonafin-*] f«»r all •timber
berthn exoeuttim thoke iKiiftted West of Vale,
Fur wliio'i the rental U at tlio rftte ot ft oeiita
per acre pci* annum.
In addition trt tiie rotital, ilues ut the foi*
liiwintr rates nre eliamed:—
Sawn lumber. 50 cent*   |icr thmisitntl feet
Railway Met,   lulit and utne feet long, i'i
Hl|d I'-.*'  ('(Mitt' i-tn-ti,
SttltiiftO bolts- 2ft oenti a cord.
All -itlii'i* proiliu'th, ft per cent, on Hie ttalei.
A lie m-m>   iK   issued  so   Hooli ns  it  berth tt
trrartted, but '■« unt-urvpyed territory no timber can be out on h bertb until the Itcetniee
l-.iis made a survey tSereof.
P'*riflt-, to cut timber are aUn trranted at
liuhlii-   roinpelitioii,  exceot 111    the   eiir-fl   of
rtetual lettlei'H, who require the timber for
i their own live.
i Seul ru aiid others may also obtain permit*
to out up tn lOlvoords of wotia for -ule without competition.
I   The dues payable under » permit are -11.50
tier   theii-,uiid  feet   H.M., for BqMtli-e timber
month'.     Special   rates
furnished rooms in the city.
FINEST BAR IN CITY
IN CONNECTION
SEE DINSMORE
Before Ordering Your
Fall Suit
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you «atisfaction,
and our prices are right. Call
and inspect our goods.
W. H. DINSMORE,
. MKHOHANT TAILOH, .
BRIDGE ST.      GRAND FORKS
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC. ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful I
Attention. I
Geo.  Taylor
General Contractor.
Hteady   hoarders.     Tho   finest
American and European plans.
EMIL URSE -1.
Latent Winnipeg Hotel
PROPRIETOR
Harness, Saddlery
Having established a eompletete Harness
Shop at Midway, full; eititi-jped m every
retipeet, \va are prejiarud to uudertuku
any kind of work
I On the Shortest Notice
Ll
»
lakifr
sin
■**-.. Halbertf/of (irueHwo.m, uuu m,.,.
added the name to our already lai'iie and
complete assortment,
ORDERS BY MAIL   -
Will receive our prompt attention.   Wo
are specially prepared to deal with mull
order business, and to guarantee  Ktiti***-
|       faction. '
A. A, FRECHETTE & CO.,
MIDWAY. B. C.
DRAYING
• Heavy and Light Dray.Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
i and From All Trains
Telephonk A12'9
(iRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
RUTHKKFOltD   BltOS., PIIOM.
germs on our lips, in our hands, water,
food, clothes, air-r-all on earth is germ-
ful. Bacteria to the right of us, bac-
trriu to the loft of us, behind and before—everywhere bacteria. Oh, for a
pied piper to ritl this sulTe.tifig world
0° bacteria—uud the bacteriologist.
Judges seem to have been doing
snmf rather extensive meddling with
private life of late. One has decided
that a woman oannot steal  from  her
,, „-.,.-...., _ noney
without his consent he has no redress.
This ruling brought joy to a wife who
found $1050 in her husband-'ss pocket
and used the $1000 for her own behoof, leaving him tho fifty. Another
judge > has declared that an engaged
girl is at perfect libel ty to accept attention   frfmi   anotl! t.   man.    With
justice   apparently   in her favor, the
woman   is  foolish   who  clamors for
"rights" today.
3
We have imroliiiiecl the entire stuck of   i     i       1        j *f   i     onpnrlu his   m
A. fialbers, of Greenwood,   anil have   nusu.inn, anct ii sue spurns ins m
' * ' »"«-■«• *M   •■■i<-i..-tl,;ann,,s,,ntl,ehasnored
TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS
DAILY
—BETWEEN-
St. Paul, Duluth, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Spokane
—AND—
Pacific Coast Points
....d suwlo^'« of any wood accept *
to \\<t cent-i per lineal foot for In.., „	
from 12! \ to ift wnts ner cm •! fur wo.nl ■ l petit
for fence postsvBcehta frtprt-U'vay tie***; und
M CMits per eord on alilii-j-lp-Jm'ts.
Leases for*, ptruaing |iurpuse*i nre issued
for a term of twetity-onC years at ,1 reittal of
*wo cents an aore per anntiin.
Ooal lands may be ptit-vhasedAI SH) per aere
for soft ooal aud(20 for anthracite. Not mitre
tbttn H*in acre- may lie acquired l»v one Individual or company,
liny ult .v at the rat-! of 10 cents per ton of
2,000 pounds Is eolli-rted on the grotM* output.
Entrle*. for laud for tisrloulttirat purposeh
be  made pei-s<iiially at the local -html
1 limy
■'.-
    .... le personally ai . <-n*  i-«	
! office for the district in which the land to be
! taken is situated, or If the homesteader de-
i sires, he may, on aiud-oatioti to tbe Minister
| of thc Interior at Ottawa the Commissioner
of   lii-mltrrut'ini ut Winnipeg- or the local
aceut for the distri.-i within which the liunl
| is situated, receive authority for somo one
to real e entry for him.
I   A fei of -rin is charged for 'a homestead
|entry. ,
1    A settler who has received an entry foi* a
il. is required to perform the ooudt-
viuim ijU..tieQted therewith tiu.ier one of the
followln • plans:
(1) A ' le ist six moiitlis' residence upon und
cultivation of thu land to each year durititt
the term -if three years.
His t lie praetit-e of thcl>ciiui*tnieiit  to  re
, quire a settler to brintr IS acres under eiilti-
I vfttion, but it he prefers he may substitute
'■toea;and 20 beau of cattle, to be actually
hlsowu property, witli bulMinf*;s for their
aoooininodatiou- will be accepted  instead of
the cultivation.
(2) If father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of any person who is alttctble to make
a homestead entry under the  provision*-*,  of
the Act, resides upon a farm in the vicinity
"■■"" . of the laud entered for by itiob persons as a
! lium-'stead, tne requirements of the Aci us to
Fa-St Srhodlllp-S   residence prior to oiitainiiiir patent   may be
1001 OlttlKUUIbA  S1ii*dic(l  by such pei'Bon  raiding with the
I futlier or mother.
j    (11) If the settler has his permanent   residence upon  fa i'u iuij land owned by   him   lu
i the vicinity uf  his homesti'iid,  thc   ret-uirc-
^^flf-**.^.*^^^ ' mentsof the Vet as tu residence may lie >atin-
A.D. ClIAULTON, A.   riNI.INO, l-ticd hy residemtntipoii tluvsaid laml.
A. *5. P. A., fieu. AL't.. Application for u patent should be made at
Portland,Oro.    Spokane, Wash ; t! nd of tbree years before the lobal aBBtit.
t\o.       iir   tt    tt x sulfi'-rt-nt or n honiesteud tuipCOtor.
0r      W. H. Unu, I   ,,.r„, ,J|ilni-aiitt|>ulloiitltmfotai.Btetit,
traveling Pnssetiffer Affflttt,     thesettler muat liivt; *.ix inotitlia-notice In
SiioUtoic, Wnsli.   wt'ltinir to the roaimfs-tloner uf Dominion
l.ioiiis ut Ottaw i of tils Intention to ilu so.
I
Excellent Train Service
High Class Equipment
/
Tradi Marks
Dcsions
COFYRIBHTS &C.
_• M ^aaAvlllllrill   till!
Anyone sotullnR a skotch and description may
qalcltlj- uncurtain our npltiinn free irliethHi- uu
Invoatlnn ts pmlinbly tmieniHhlfi, Cotiunanlca-
tieiisstrlctlycnntUlon...il. HANDBOOK m> Puicuts
scat free. Oldest iiueii'v fi»r t-eeiirinif patents.
Patents taken ilivnt.-li Munn k Co. tecelv
special notice, wit limit, clniruo, laUie
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated wcplily.   I.nrizest cl
*■"'"■■■■■■ "f any sciontllle Jminial.   TeriuB. %'A
iintiths, 91. Buld byall newsdeidetn.
f,Co.36iin..d«,. dew York
NOTICK IS HKUKUV iQIVRN that applica>
tioli will be made to the Legislative As
semblyof the Province of British Oolumhih
at Its next session for a Prlvalo Hill to
amend tlm ^"-.ranhy   Consolidated   Mining,
Bnieltiim & Power Oompany Act, looi," u
chaiii'i-the division ofthe authorized eatd
tal of the company from One Million, Viv
Hundred Thousand shares of the par vain
of $10,00 per share, toOne Hundred and I'ift..
Thousand shares of the par value of spiti.nu
per share; to empower the Directors of the
Company to declare dividends without reference to the shareholders; to make the Coin*
panics t'lauses Aot, 1801, inapnlK-able to the
Company; to empower the Directors to suit-
fltitnte for the present- regulations of the
Company a set of Hy-laws ap|>roved by the
Company in ceneral meetin-*;, and to empower the Directors from time to time to
amend, or repeal, any of the same, aud from
time to time to make new By-law**-; to enable
a'l the Directors to hold offices of trust or
profit under the Company: und to enable the
Directors not only to fix their remuneration
as directors, hut also the other remuneration of those of their number who may hold
other offices under the Company.
Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., this 27th day
of November, A- D. 1905,
D. WHITESIDE,
'   Solicitor for Applicants.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1905 models. J A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chapple, opposite
Pusfcoffice, First street.
Sell Your Cold for $1
You surely won't stop at y.,dol|at
hill to (jure tlmt horrid wiijluling cold!
Go to any dtuggwb uml get Cat'ii-rho-
Kone', and your cold will be a thitlg nf
the past, Thertj is almost witchery
in the swift way CataHiozone kills
colds, lint when you consider the
penetrating, healing arid antiseptic
qualities of Catarrhozoiie perhaps it's
not so wonderful. Certainly there is
no remedy half so prompt for colds
ami ■.•atarrh as Catarrholone. Refuse
a substitute and insist on having onlv
Catarrhozuue.    Sold by all druggists.
For a nice hair uut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Bridge streef-
Baths 25c.      1
SI}*? i>mt
-pK I NTS all tin.- news nf the
Bbundaiy, and prints it
while it is news. It is the
mt v twice a-vveck puper |iuh-
lislicd in Southern llritish
Ciiluuiliia.    It is not owned
or eontfolled hy it cliq f
|iiililiciiiiis,   to finthor their
- m, ii ani'/itjiiun ai|jis: nor by
a e oin on on nerohant*!
to ho u-t'ilitsH ...fl.118 of lauding their own wares, to the
detriment of their rivr.ls.
T'lU HUN is the sule   |il'o|i-
erty nf its publisher, and no
one else has any rightj to dictate its policy. It is piloted iu tho interest of Orand
Forks and Bum*undinf* die
triut. When its editor bo-
lieves he is fight, he speaks
right "out. He does not
havo to consult half-a-dozen
different parties about what
he intends to "my.
Everybody in Grand Forks
reads Till! 8tiN twice a week.
Its out-of-town circulation is
large, and is rapidly increasing. It is therefore the best
advertising medium in the
Boundary
Deputy of the MhiUturj
<IHiiwa.lelirili.iy Ull. 1W
w. •*.'.
,f til
itertor.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
■F1*NK LAUNUF.ltlKG.
COLLAKS,   CtfFFS    AND
•SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IEONED  UY
MACHINERY,    NE"W
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE SI ORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE. |
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SUPPLIED
Dr Follick
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Olliee over Morri-
IM.one*27. Mh> Jowol*cyStore
M'NEIL& lONlGEB
FLOUH
i GRAIN
FEED
AMI
COAL
HRiDGI* STREET,
1'iionkA78 (!|1AN"
;*■
IT
Cigar Store
FollKS
It. C. MWCH
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work Saw
Filing, Qttn Repairing, Maiin-
facttirer of Screen Doors ami
Windows.
$1 PeP Y©-B I*'First Street        Grand ForKs,B. C H
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
1904
519,70:'
1905
G53,t*S9
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines  for   1900, 1901
1905, and for the past week:
S901.
(Iranby Mines,Phoenix     231,7(J2
Snowshoe, I'lioenix  1,721
Mother Lode, Deadwood      99,084
llnioklyn-Stciiiwinder, Phoenix
Rawhide, I'hoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood
1903, 1903,   1904.
150
",S04
190.2.
309, .ST)*;
20,S00
141,326
1903
393, LSI
74,212
138,079
J906 Past Wk
o-y'i'ti 1S,522
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Atlielstan-.Iackpot, Wellington	
Rrnoklyn-Steniwintler dump, Phoenix.
Morrison, Deadwood	
li. ('. Mine. Siiiiiniit	
R. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoroj Summit Camp	
Senator, Summit (.'amp	
Broy Fogle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Reliance, Sumnlit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon W. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
Jewel, Long La.ke	
Carini, West Fork	
Providence. Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Skylark, Skylark (.'amp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
BJ, P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous 	
7,455
15,731
550
160
150
',405
"m
5,646
14,811
56q
8,530
3,339
19,365
174,298
25.000
3,070
3,250
1,759
4,586
5,000
1.74,5(10
....     2,080
02,821
....     1,770
25,108
450
3,056
450
4,549
1,720
1,040
"875
665
785
625
22,937
15,537
363
37,900
1(1,400
3,450
222
1   364
33
9.0.15
3,0(17
1,833
191
276
90
2,435
350
890
80
3,456
482
2,1*76
.'219
993
400
Total,  tons  390,000
Irani]}' Smelter treated  23(),828i
B. 0, Copper Co.'s Smelter treated  117,611
Montreal & Boston Co.'s Smelter treated 	
325
507,545
312,340
148,000
167
500
720
325
52
00
300
750
33
100
30
770
105
088
089
250
73
310
90
15
00
15
684,961
401,921
162,913
123,570
827,348
596,252
209,637
30,930
930,089
005,097
194.900
82,664
29,120 22,437
27,237 16,970
2,005   2,005
2.070   2,670
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lists and desoribes 3811 copper mines and
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There are also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the History,
Uses, Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy,
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tuning to the metal. It is the world's standard Reference Book on
Copper.
Every Miner, Prospector,.Investor  Banker nnd   Broker needs t
holt.   Price is £5 in Buckram binding with gilt too,   or 67.50 in.
(ul library ui irocco, and the hook, in either  binding,   will be  sen-"'
on approval, Jo any address in the world, to he ] aid for if found sat
isfuelory, or may 'he returned within a week of      HORACE J. STEVENS,
receipt and the charge cancelled,    Address the 30 Postoffice Block,
Autlnirund Publisher. Houoiitdn, MlOH,, U.S.A.
Every man  owes it to himself anil      Razor honing a  specialty   at   the
his family to  master/a trade or pro- Palace I3rb-r *)i>,), Viistn-ia hotel.
fession.    Read  thc display advertise-	
ment of the six Morse schools of tele-1 Our job department is superior to
graphv, in this issue, at:d learn how j any other in the Boundary country,
easily a young man or lady may learn ; We have both the material and the
telegraphy antl be assured a position,  experience to turn out high class work.
71 Kim Sleep-Tlrsd Next Morning
Sleep not only rests, but builds up
the hotly. Cut down the hours of
sleep, and you cut down health in the
same proportion; Rebuilding then
ceases, nerves go to smash, you grow
tired, weak and wretched.
Tn re .tore sleoo you must got more
b dily v rength. more niitr tiotisbloo ,
.ii'iilliiier hcryes. l''ort'0/.ono solves the
problem, makes you sleep soundlv,
gives endurance, vim, ambition. N<»
111 re morning tvenkno-'S- instead the
fir ■ ui youth w ill 1 u 1 in your veins,
sltpplyiug uhuuiluiiee of energy anil
vigor. Witchery expresses ihe instant
(■Meet of 1'erriiNtine; try it. .All th'Ug-
L'ists.
We SIMPLEX
Loose Leaf Systems
m.\ ■ .*'*■•*, *»**7*v  '
■ 1; W'A ; fc,i*.Z4&&
* :' ,/'•-*   V ■'^•■■i&'f,*Er7
-^
•^ Th'-n-..iv .\n'\ low i'« ■-*. ii«j... > in a \*\uv.\\ do
Milt use ■*..'ii'' I'liin nt l.'J it ■ ', wi s,-. ■ it II u :■■ <n moro
(li'|i,iiiiiii'ut■■, a** 11 i-s ii'.,,n-'l<*tl .is un i'i 1 , .* n-'i-'-s^ity
Ik |U'oxro«sive b-tr-iri'-s-** liriiK
•rhi' ndvautaj^oa <»t* thu Loose Ijt'iif Sv«tom uro now
w'fil l;n.)u*ii, --.ii-l permit ot* lulupttibiltly t.i m.'.'t to bw*t
Jin v-mUtuc i:l,illl^!H7 t'liinlil :tnis.     It   ;-:'Nlit- I hi" •.■ivulc-t
annum I of inforinat-ioti Ut bu koi t in c.jmlt-nrf-il ionn, in
thi- IriTust time, and thu must uvri-iuritto m-mnrr.
*!lA'-"uiiiit~ iLiii! .'c.i.N «,t all Iv'i-ii-*.-, m Ijeltv t, bv   tbis
sy.*-U'ia  iu   an_,   .uisiiii'*.*-., bir^t! or Minli. with t*i\im] afl-
\,,Mta^.'.
IJJnvt'sli^atc tin' Siinj l.'X J-imjso  Leaf Symteni.    It   is
the cheapest tuu\ best.
gie EVENING SUN
oldvertising Is a Business Stimulant
LONDON INSANE INCREASING.
Thar* Ara 84,000 1 ... im-ad reraaaa la th*
City   Asylums.
"The total increase of 998 lunatic*
Is the largest annual Increase we
have had to record, and the prospect
of any diminution In the increase of
lunacy appears to be most problematical." ,
Such is tho terrible state of, affairs
reviewed in the annual report of the
Asylums Committee of the London
County Council for tho year ending
Mnrch 31, 1904, just issued.
The figures for London alone show
a total of nearly 2*,000 lunatics on
the first day of tho current year.
This, as compared with three previous years, shows an annual increase
of from 700 to nearly 1,000 in 14
yenrs since 1890. The number of
lunatics has increased by the enormous total of 7,MO, which is out of
all proportion to tho increase in
population.
Among the causes of Insanity In patients admitted to thc London asy*
lums last year wore tho following;
Intemperance, 'Hit-; hereditary, 783;
lovo affairs, 01; domestic worries,
282; religious excitement, 78.
A well known specialist in mental
diseases, In discussing tho report,
said:
"It ts to be observed that the largest proportion of lunncy cases is
among tho laboring class. Tlm reason
10 obvious. Depressing influences, thc
grind for existence In tho slums anrl
underground dwollings, nntl Intemperance are all direct-causes of lunacy.
"Tho class which routes next on the
roll is that of clerks. Hero much the
same causes are to be found, but in
the main,. I think, the appalling hnd
feeding indulged In by this section ot
the community has most to do with
tho largo increase In insanity.
"Hurried and Insufficient meals ot
stnrch foods nnd ^cn in tho middle
of the day, cheap cigarettes and general stress of modern life tend to the
unhinging of tho mind."
The
The brain I:
I 11ml inclllstrie:.
can lie Induce
perform pronlj
i'.'.e Its ciipnlu.i
n is sensitive,
almso. It hris
at lirst, but i
liurii a nil of It-
Laving plenty
It works Imi'l
ni'.itle from w
troUi 1 ie a la
coi ::■ .■ or wl
ti. n,. for the
brain Is pic
i.oes tl.e I .
f.e 1I11..cut t„
tain Us vi., a
Pn1!ot-|  Itruln.
cue of uu* most natleii-
is organs of tl.e body. It
. by good treatment to
ies of labor.   Few real-
.as nni! e      if HUT.   Hut
..   ,1  will Olljc l<rooli
lily resi .1       ..I 1*1.0 wliip
f IllO Ij.sli    . I.:id on to'
u it balks, it Ins'sts upon
of gootl, retl blood when
. antl fcuoil. red blood Is
he 1 and roast beef, not
i.Ic, lobster snlad rim.
v. 'Hie 1,. pt e-w-ntlal
1 wl 1 tvi.,1 :. S
I You See tbe
CLIMAX
POLICY?
Which pays Hospital Indemnity,
Medical Treatment aud insures
the Beneficiary _
without any atl- ———-«—-—
ditioual cost.    It is extremely liberal.
Sold hy p. T. cTWcCallum, Grand Forks, B.C.
0
n
CALL AT  MASSIE'S
and look over his stock. It is not necessary to
leave an order. No one will ask you to do so, but
the goods will oxert u very strong pressure. This is
a very well selected stock of very handsome goods
of seasonable weights and stylish designs. Under
tho skilful hands of our
Expert Tailors
these goods are made up into perfect, dressy and
high-class suits.
MERCHANT   TAILOR
Grand  Forks, B. C.
Finest Furniture
A' large consignment
of Lounges, Dining-room
Chairs, Tables nnd Sofns just
nrrived. Call and inspect
them. Also a stock of Bin 11
kets, Quilts. Pillows, etc., to
j. be sold nt grontly reduced
p prices. Sec our display of
Pictures.
RIVERSIDE" AVENUE
GRAND  FORKS, B. C.
J. W. JONES
White Bros. ■S3£-.-d
Careful attention
given to
Bridge Street
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
Grand Forks, B. G.
Columbian wanted
FOUNDED 1092
INCORPORATED 1893
NEW WESTMINSTER, !'• <?.
Pi'ovide- it Home for  Students   of
both sexes at reasonable rates, lias a
'rourii.li.r-- (.'lass for .lunior Stu-
lents iluiiigPublic School work. Is do*
uu-   H:'-'i   School   work,   confers  all
High Schoo'  privileges, and prepares
r. ii- Teachers' Examination*. Teaches
II branches of a t orotigh Practical
•iisii.e;.: Course, and grants Diplomas.
lives a Liberal IMueation in its own
'. llcjiat"' Couise, and in the bides'
'ollnge Cni.rse'for the de'-reex ' of
I. Ivl, and M.I. A. In University
i-tti-k, the   Art)-  (.'nurse   e.in  now   be
I,],.,, I,, Ciluiulilrn ('"liege, and tho
I.A. degree  obtained   fnun   Tin'otltb
Uhivorsity,   wilh   which   the  College
is in full nllilmlion. In Theology
i epare-s for the degree of S.T.I.. and
B.D.
I'or fuller information, anil terms,
write,
Uev. W. J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
or Ho v. J. Bowell. i.ursar.
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Orand   Forks   antl surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
I'm its. Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weelky. Handsomeout-
fit free. Write for particulars and*si)ii<] 26 centM for our
I'tieket microscope, just the
thing to use in oxaraing trees
and plants fur insects.
STONKA WELLINGTON,
KooTiuy. NuiisEitiBS,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO.     *     *      .   ONTARIO
Oetyour wedding invitations printed
at The Sun office. We have the closest
script type imitation ot a steel engruv-
iii' matle.
Pacific hotel
OFF. C.F.R. STATION
First-Oass in Eve ry Respect.
Sample Rooms for Cbmmerdll
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
3AR IH COfmECTION--
Finest Brands of Wines,
Honors and Opus.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.
its!
i**i<J"?
,^£Ji'»«;,-*IO:*':*-
CW'ANo'i

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