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Sun.
Fifth Year-
•No.>k-*J^
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, August 17,1906
SeiDl-Weekly-51.00 Per Year In Advance
BIG 0REJ0D1ES
Immense Potential Tonnage
of the McKinley Mine in
Franklin Camp '
Can Ship IOOO   Tons Daily
When Railway Reaches
the Property
Two short years have sufficed to
convert the McKinley claim into s
mine. By the time the railway now
building jiorth from Grand Forks
reaches here before the end of 1907
this well known property can easily
maintain a daily output of one thousand tons of copper-gold ore Other
promising properties on which development work is being rushed will also
have reached the shipping stage.
The McKinley is in shape to justify
the installation of a largo compressor
plant. Its requirements in that respect are now engaging the attention
of the management. Thus far about
840,000 have been expended in devel
opment work.    A series of deep open, lower grade is earning bi*- dividends.
cuts, besides extensive stripping along
the  course of the ore zone for  hundreds of feet, have conclusively established  the magnitude of the proposition.     Solid pay ore selt'-Huxing  in
character  was  encountered  in every
working above and below ground.    A
217-foot   tunnel,   running   southeast
from McKinley gulch partially crosscuts  the ore body.    When  the last
shift ceased  drilling the face  of  the
working working wiii in  ore.    This
righ mineralized chalcopyrite ore zone
in the opinion of  the majority of the
prominent experts who have inspected
the property, extends to and  possibly
underneath  the   porphyry   formation
500 feet farther up the hill.   This
supposed contact following  the same
general trend as the ore also caps the
summit and can be traced down the
opposite slope.     A prominent Ameri*
can'geologist impressed - ith the surface showings after a day's careful examination enunciated the theory that
the mineralized area will lie found far
south  of  the contact.    The porphyry
he held does not attain great depth
except at occasional  intervals.    The
intermediate space according  to  his
theory consists of a series of ore zones
occuring in the lime dikes.    A drift
112  feet long starting from a point
100 feet inside of the tunnel also demonstrated  the   enormous    potential
tonnage which will be available. From
these underground workings diamond
drill hole", many of them hundreds of
feet in  length,  radiate   horizontally
and at an angle of forty-five degrees.
Altogether  about  3000  feet of diamond  drilling have been done to date
hy Knight ifc Stone of Spokane.   Sim-
ilaii holes were sunk from the  various
Kurface workings including one with
a magnifict-nt showing over 100 feet
vertically above the face  of the long
tunnel.   In several of these deep' open
c its large quantities of galena mixed
with chalcopyrite are exposed.      This
ore runs much higher than the main
ore body opened up in the tunnel and
drift.    It is reported to assay $50 per
ton, principally in silver,     On a shipping basis the major portion of the
ore in sight will range in value from
$9 to $12 per ton.    Copper forms the
principal  constituent,  the gold   and
silver values being subsidiary. The
Utter vary from 80cts to $1.50 per
ton. Here and there in the ore zone,
often a distance of twenty feet, the
mineral assays twenty per cent in copper.
While no official information has
been given out, it is understood the
results obtained by the diamond drill
have been quite satisfactory. Current
report says the ore body has heen
proven to a depth of 400'feet from
the surface. The drill is now sinking
in a big showing of magnetic iron recently uncovered 500 feet distant
from the tunnel in a nortli easterly
direction. This ore even at the outcrop is impregnated with copper and
will prove invaluable for its fluxing
qualities. The lime dike or series of
dikes in which the mineral occurs has
a general trend a little east of south.
Nu difficulty will be experienced in
working the mine by glory-holing and
by a series of long tunnels from the
hillside all the way down lo Franklin
creek, affording in the latter instance
a depth of 100) feet. The adoption
of this system will tend to reduce
mining charges to a minimum. Even
the ore from the glory holes will fall
to the lower levels. The conditions
here are intlentical with those prevailing at Phoenix  where ore of. much
, i Mr. F. Aug. Heinz', t e Butte
copper magnate, antl his New York
associates have apparantly not overlooked any bets on McKinley itioun-
tain. Mr. Heinze perconally exam
ined the ground very carefully las!
fall. They havo already purchased the
Hannah and Munster claims lying be
low the McKinley as well as bonded
about 20 other mineral claims, many of
which possess good surface showings.
T.ie area under option, if ncti .ired,
will form one of the largest groups in
British Columbia owned by a mining
corporation. If the same success as
has rewarded their efforts on th» McKinley is achieved in regard to the
other claims it will take no prophetic
vision to foresee the possibilities of
Franklin ca.i.p within a few years.
Veteran miners who have had experience from Mexico to the Yukon declare that the output of this basin
will sooner or later exceed that of
Butte or any other copper camp on
earth. That such a future is in store
for this camp nobody intimately acquainted with its mineral resources
doubts for a moment. Fortune hunting prospectant who have flocked in
heie this summer from all points of
the compass aie fond of recalling that
Phoeuix now shipping nearly 20,000
tins a week was a camp of mere mining prospects and without railway
facilities eight years ago. With ore
bodies equally as large ami yielding
values twice those of I'hoenix there
seems no reason why Franklin camp
should not attract capital at a much
faster rate.
The intelligent and economical
manner in which the McKinley mine
has been developed hy A. D, McPhee,
the superintendent, is favorably commented on by every visitor. Mr.,
McPhee received a practical training
in the mines of Arizona, New Mexico,
Nevada and Colorado. What he does
not know about rock formations is not
worth knowing. In common with a
great many forceful Scotchmen he
claims Glengarry as his birthplace.
He has followed his present occupation for thirty years. Mr. McPhee
has been in charge of the McKinley
Hawthornthwaite Denounces
His Former Political
Ally
Commissioner Would be Fired
in 24 Hours in a Socialist
Government
Conlimted on Second Page.
Vancouver, Aug. 14.—"They
talk about me ns being in the van
guard though not a leader, in this
province—a revolutionary socialist,
You can bet your life I am a revolutionary socialist—revolutionary to
the lust degree. Knowing that [ am
n slave, that I am producing children and rearing them fur the slave
markets of the world, if I thought 1
could not ohtuin emancipation for
(hose I love and brought into the
world, I would he a revolutionary
socialist in the sense ill which our
enemies understand, ir, at least, apply the term. If I thought I could
hot obtain my emancipation antl my
children's by peaceful means—hy
means of the ballot box—I tell you
I would he organizing in this prov
inoe a rifle brigade to fight for my
freedom."
Thus .1. H. Hawthornthwaite in
the course of a lengthy and impassioned exposition of revolutionary
socialism addressed a crowded meeting in the Grant! theatre Sunday
evening.
At the level of practical politics
the speech was remarkable only for
the violent contrast it revealed between Mr. Hawthornthwaite's attitude tu the McBride administration
a few weeks ago and his attitude at
the present time, now that his tour
in the upper country has taught hiin
that an alliance formed solely on the
grountl of political expendiency and
entirely at variance with the principles he professes, while it might
place him temporarily in a position
as gratifying to him as it waB humiliating to his associates, would be
found to have discredited him in the
constituencies. When Mr. Hawthornthwaite spoke in Vancouver
some weeks since, it was ns? the
ap ilogist of the McBride administration; Sunday night, on the contrary,
he deelared with regard to the Kaien
island deal, that if Lands and Works
Commissioner Green had been a
member of the socialist administration, he would huve hnd to quit on
24 hours' notice.
For the most purl, however, it
wis ns the apostle of revolutionary
socialism that Mr. Hawthornthwaite
orated. At the close a list of eighteen questions wns sent up by Mr.
Kane. It dealt in stinging detail
with the events of the last session,
and Mr. Hawthornthwaite's peculiar
votes on popular questions. Mr.
Hawthornthwaite opined that the
writer was a lawyer, and invited him
to stand up. The questioner seemed
to have tho slave taint well under
control, and promptly rose like a
free-born Britisher nnd declared he
was i workingman and he wrote the
questions. Ilawtnornthwaite seemed
to like that, and he struggled bravely half way through the list. On the
way he said he didn't know there
were any South African script hold
ers interested in the Kaien island
deal, whereupon the "heckler"
promptly told him there were three.
Mr. Hawthornthwaite referred sneer-
ingly to South African heroes, but
dismissed the list with the statement thut if the Hon. Mr. Green
had been minister of lands and
works in a socialist administration
he would have got his walking
papers inside 25 hours.
Tracklaying on V., V. & E.
Molson, Wash., Aug. 14.—For
nearly three weeks the V., V. & E.
track laying machine has been at a
standstill on the east side of the long
trestle which crosses Myers creek.
They hnve plenty of rails and plenty
of ties and a crew which is large
enough to nllow them to proceed at
the rate of a mile a dny, but are
he'd up on account of the luck of
stringers^ for the trestle. While the
trestle itself is compost d largely of
tamarack and native fir. it is desir-
nble that the stringers used on it be
made of Douglas fir grown on Puget
Sound, Orders for this were placd
a long time ngo, but for some reason
have not yet been delivered. The
tiinlerinl is expected every dny,however, nnd when it arrives the steel
will proceed towards Molson. Between here and the Myers creek
canyon there are three bridges of
considerable size, but they will form
no obstruction to the steel gang if
they nre supplied with stringers, ns
all of the woodwork is done. The
line is all graded now between Molson and the enti of the steel. Pat
Hughes finished his contract last
Saturday nntl Burns & Jordan and
Gallagher are all done with the exception of ditching, etc. Winters,
Parsons & Boomer, whose contract
lies west of Molson, will be.thl'OUgh
ahout the lirst of September,
CITY NEWS
NEWS OF THE CITY
A. P. Low and R. W. Brock
Make a Brief  Visit to
the Boundary
Granby Company Declares a
3 Per Cent Dividend, Payable September 15
A. P. Low, the recently appointed
head of the geological suryey, arrived
in the city last Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by It. W. Brock, of the
survey department. After inspecting
the Granby smelter, the visitors left
for Phoenix, Greenwood and Midway.
From the latter place Mr. Low pro
ceeded to the coast, and from there
will make a trip to Mexico before returning to Ottawa. Mr. Brock returned to this city last night, and this
morning, in coinpany with Geo. A.
MacLeod and Geo.A. Fraser, M.L.A.,
started up the North Fork for Franklin camp. Mr. Brock made an inspection of this camp ill 1900, and his
favorable impressions of the mineral
indications were summed up in the
official report of that year. The present visit will he of special interest aud
value, as not only has the country
been burnt ovt r and m ide more accessible for examination, but a larger
amount of surface and other work hns
been done on the McKinley and various other properties.
Bert Rea, manager of the Betts k
Hesperus mine, returned yesterday
from Chicago. Since leaving here Mr.
Ilea has visited the famous camp of
Cobalt, Ont,, where he is interested
in some mining properties with Richard Armstrong, one of the original
owners of the Grand Forks townsite.
Two thoroughbred English bulldog
pups arrived in this city last Wednesday. They were shipped here by
Harry Morton, manager of the Grand
Union hotel at Coleman, Alta., and
were presents to friends in this city.
They are valued at about 8100 apiece.
One went to the Hodges kennel and
the other to A. H. Lawder's.
The teamsters of the city appear
to have a grudge against tbe bicycle
path on Winnipeg avenue. If they
encroach much more they will soon
force the wheelmen on the sidewalks
again.
The live months oltl son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rowell, of the West
ward, died at 8 o'clock Wednesday
morning of cholera infantum after a
brief illness. The funeral took place
from the family residence at 3:30
yesterday afternoon.
The Granby Consolidated Mining,
Smelting ifc Power company has declared its tri-annual dividend of 3 percent, or $405,000, payable September loth. This is at the rate of $1,-
250,000 per year, and will make a total of $1,348,630 paid by the Granby
up to date.
Kettle Valley line officials report
that work on the grade is progressing in a satisfactory manner, altho
railway laborers are still scarce.
Camps are strung out for a distance
of sixteen miles up the river. The
contract for clearing the right of way
ten miles farther up the line from
this point was let this week to G. L.
Woodard, the old contractor for this
class of work.
Owen Clark, a nephew of Mrs. W.
B. liower arrived in the city this
week from Listowel, Ont., and will
oicupy the position of junior clerk in
the Knstern Townships hunk.
A. H. Lawder, of the Grand Forks
Liquor coinpany, made a business
trip to Coleman, Alta., this week.
A. W. B. Hodges, general superintendent of tho Granby Consolidated,
returnee yesterday from his vacation
at Burrard Inlet. Mrs. Hodges and
daughters returned home from the
same place a short time ago. Mr.
Hodges caught a 41-pound salmon in
the Campbell river, a famous aid inaccessible stream near Vancouver,
noted for big fish antl frequented only
by millionaires.
This morning the business of the
Black Hawk livery stable, the sale of
which was recorded in the Tuesday
edition of The Sun, was transferred
from Jas. McArdle to A. Erskine
Smith & Co. Mr. McArdle intends
to look after his mining and other interests in this vicinity in the immediate future, and will probably continue
to make Grand Forks his permanent
homo.
A harvest ball will be given on
the night of the 24th, in K. P. hall,
Danville, under the auspices of S. 0.
0. W. S. ©If? -Efauning §>vm
Published at Grand Forks, British Columbia,
Every Tuesday aod Friday Eveuings.
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<UNIOH^,T&6tL>
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 100(1
THE DEBENTURE BY-LAW
The question as to whether or not the
city ■ shall issue debentures for the
Fourth street bridge is the paramount
topic of discussion among the tax-paj -
ers at tho present time. Our objections to the pending by-law are these:
Three years ago, at the time of the
amalgamation of the corporations of
Grand Forks and Columbia, the city
had a floating debt of over $8,000.
The debenture fund had been overdrawn 88,000. Since that time there
has been over §20,000 of debentures
redeemed, besides paying off the floating debt and bringing the debenture
fund up to the requirements of the
municipal by-laws.
The revenue from hotel and saloon
licenses this year is 87,000. The same
revenue last year was $5,500.
The monthly salaries for city officials this year is lower than in 'any
previous year, owing to one policeman
having been dismissed.
The annual revenue from water and
light should be greater this year than
ever before, owing primarily to the
growth of the city and the consequent
increase in the number of consumers.
Now, if in the previous three years
the floating debt has been paid off and
other shortages mode up, antl the
present council took office without any
back debt facing them, and with the
additional advantages of greater revenue from licenses, water and light
and other sources, why should they
not be able to set aside from the current year's revenue enough money to
build a bridge without shouldering
four or five thousand dollars of an extra debt—iu addition to the enormous
liabilities of the city at the present
time—on the taxpayers? This is a
question that should be thoroughly
probed by every citizen hefore he votes
iu favor of the by-law.
In this connection it might be stated that we buA'e been credibly informed that the First street bridge can be
put in a sitfe condition for general
traffic at a cost of from two to three
hundred dollars. If this is true, and
if the present council can show that it
is impossible I" build the Fourth
street bridge out of the present year's
revenue, the most sensible plan to pursue would be to defeat the by-law and
to give the council to understand that
public opinion is overwhelmingly in
favor of milking a make-shift of the
oltl bridge until such time as the new
one could be built without plunging
the city further into debt.
In any event, wc tlo not believe
the taxpayers of Grand Forks will en
tertain a proposition to increase the
liabilities of tlte city until they get
a linn financial basis.
BIG ORE BODIES
Concluded from First Page.
since its purchase two years ago by
Geo. A. MacLeod of Grand Forks. He
has witnessed the property evolve
from a prospect into a mine which
simply captivated so great an expert
as Mr. Heinze. The SdOO.OOO bond
on the property is certain to be taken
up. It matures in October, 1007.
The money will go to the citizens of
Urand Forks who backed Mr. MacLeod, the pioneer operator in Franklin, and who interested the Butta
millionaire in the McKinley.
CITY NEWS
Mrs. Geo. Chappie and daughter
Florence returned home on Wednesday lust from Minneapolis, where Miss
Chappie has been undergoing treatment for one of her eyes durihg the
past two months. She is now entirely
cured.
Mrs. M. A. Alines and daughter,
of Sarnia, Ontario, arrived in the
city Monday, leaving for the coast
country on a short visit to relatives.
On their return here they will probably locate permanently.
Mrs. D.D. Munro is visiting friends
in Kevelstoke.
Iliiwtnoriithwiiite, Premier Mc-
llritie's idly, has at last discovered
that lie is a slave. The people of this
city have known for the past six
months that Mr. Hawthornthwaite is
n slave to the C.P. H. nntl other corporations.
The Conservative ward politicians
of the city are chuckling in their
sleeves.    Because the most rabid Tory
iticinn in the Boundary has finally
ceded in becowing the Grand
Forks correspondent of the Liberal
Nelson   News,   they   imagine    that
Mrs. W. B. Cochrane ami child returned this week from a visit to friends
in Vernon.
Shriners of Spoki  hnve mnde
arrangements wilh Manager Cosgrove
of the Spokane Inlerstate fair tor a
special dny on Wednesday, September 2G. Miisotis from ull purls of
the Inland Empire will lie invited lo
attend on this day, when the Shrine
of Spokane will hnve special meeting and novel pai'iides and celebrations. In the evening, the Shrine
will hold u special session in ihe hunt!
some new temple, recently dedicated
in Spokane.
A genuine hobo v.as discoverer] al
Ihe smelter one day Ihis week, ami
in consequence a forenu f thai institution is shy a new suits of over
alls In common with the rest ol
his kind this dilapidated son of resi
had n woeful Inle to relate. Ilesiiles
having several college diplomas to
his credit he iilso hnd au aged fathei
who he wns compelled lo support.
He hnd acquired a hnd case of in
flainatorv rheumatism in n heroic
attempt to move the Suwnne river
down in tlear old Georgia, etc, etc
Although he wns whnl'y unfit lor
labor of any kind yet he was willing
to sacrifice himself in uriler that he
might raise sullicieiit means to buy
his poor old a man new pair of socks.
His plea seemed so genuine that Ihe
heart of the foreman immediately
melted, und to show the unfortunate
man that his heart was in the righl
nlnce he graciously submitted his
extra overalls to the cure of the
S'.runger while he en.n d the much
neciltd socks. Since then the foremen has seen nothing of the man
nor of his overalls.
SUNDAY SERVICES
Baptist Ciiuiioh—Hev. F. W.
Auvache, pastor. Servioes on Sunday
in the high school building at 11 a. m.
anil 7:30. Morning subject, "A Forgotten Vow"; evening subject, "The
Kind of Shoes to Wear. A welcome
to all.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
THK YALE
D K Davis, Toronto; II Flemings,
Spokane; H G LuMoth, Ottawa; A
Spencer, Pittsburg; P Kgan, Regftltlj
J Hirkey, Kossland; Fre.l-.I Day,
Spokane; C D Smith, Phoenix; C 11
Bell, Greenwood; H A Small, Vancouver' Mr. ami Mrs. Ch-is Hurt, Ne:-
son; J W Dunn, Spokane; C V Jones,
Nelson; W E Adams, Victoria; .1
Morgan, Vancouver; J Vaughn, Victoria; C J Wilson, Greenwood; E G
Richardson, Vancouver; J G Billings,
Nelson; W C Thomas, Greenwood; H.
Waddell, Vancouver.
Tilt; WlNIisoi!
E Canhain, Nelson; Mrs. M A
Alines, Sarnia, Ontario; C E Wat-
kins, Nelson; Archie Chislioliu,Franklin camp; John E Lindherg, Kossland; A F Hush, Spokane; Miss M ](
Alines, Suniiti, Ontario; H Keuear,
Leadville, Col.; Miss Maude Hiler,
Spokane.
WINNIPEG
Joseph Petrie Kosdnmt; II Viccar,
Gloster; Philip Maiden, Franklin)
A McGregor, Spokane; Chas Filrrell,
Franklin.
flllANIlV
A McKinley, Franklin cam]
eph Holmes, Kettle Valle ' snr
Chisholm, Franklin cainpj II 111
son, Moline, III.
VALHALLA
John  Sinehv,   North    Fork;
; Jos-
■y:A
Hun
Willis
Coeur
Curlew;
l'Alene.
Olive
Fred
Hoilcouib,
Are You Subject to Stiffness?
Perhaps it is iu the neck or sluu'il
tiers. First thing is a good rub .will
Nervilii e. No more speedy remetli
can be adopted. When applied to tiie
muscles Nerviline gives them llexiliil
ity antl vigor; inflammation, soreness
and stiffness disappear, "Whctor in
the chest or throat nothing surpasses
Nerviline;" writes O 11 Denton, linn
her merchant at Onk Bay, N. H,
"Buhbed on at night, trouble is gone
hy morning. I have proved Nerviiine
a great medicine." Everyone says the
snnie, ami Nerviline always makes
gootl.    25c a bottle; soltl everywhere.
po!
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BUSINESS OPP0RTIIK1TIE
You cylre Next
eAt the
Palace Barber Shop
Kaior Honing a Specialty.
&2lA
FOR RENT OU LEASE— 32-Room
Flat, partly furnished; hest location
in the city; rent' reasonable.     Enquire
at Dr. Averill's resilience.    Phone 25.
SNAP—nine room house ill the
North addition for sale at a bargain;
terms. Inquire of Geo. Pound, or at I
The Sun office.
FOR SALIC nt. a Bargain-*-*Five-!
acre fruit r.ncli, 73 5-year old trees; I
7-rooni   house: good burn and   well;
price $'2000.   For further piii'ticuh.rs
call nl The Sun olliee.
The   oftenor   your    advertisement
reaches the public, the greater will he
its trade-attracting powers.
ilotel Valhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, ORAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Snielterinen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplietl with the Hest the
Market Affords.
The Finest llranils of Wines,
Liquors antl Cigars are Always  in  Stock  at the Bar.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
I3T1I
ANNUAL
SPOKANE INTERSTATE FAIR
SEPTEMBER 24 TO OCTOBER 6, 1906 esse |
$35,000
IN
PRIZES
AND
F.JRSES
OPEN  DAY   AND   NIGHT
Larger exhibits in every department.
Bic** Poultry Show, $5,000 for County and
District Fruit exhibits. Home Industry
Exposition occupying new $5,000 building, filled with workin gexh;bits. Sensational free acts every' afternoon. Free
Vaudeville and Band Concert nightl) *
Admission After 6 p.m., Only 10c
TWO
WEEKS
FAIR
For Program, Prize Lists and Any Other Information Address I  ■
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Sec. and M*ir., 519 First Ave., Spokane, Wash. ■ *■
ORAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE-FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
AN ORNATE BLAZE OF GLORY!   A PLFEFUI. COMMINGLING OF JOVIALLY!
WCHARDS6PRIH61K <TISSSk MINSTRELS
MORE FUN THAN A CIRCUS
■10—A Coalition of Mirth Vivacity ami Gaiety—40
Hie   Iii;;   Six   (Jomailiaus—CI arenee   Powell,   Fred   Simpson,,   Frank   Kill.,
.Juiui-.s Crosby, Happy liui-eguard, Lester .McDiiniels.
I'lmi ai*. WuikIIiuhJ's. Reserved Seat, 81.Ul): Adnns--.mii, 5U Cents
VK1 ***-    m
Sni if Si & Co
Watch This Space
tilings will bu filming their wuy in the j hy,    Tw
next election. <Mm-
Stomach Medicine is Uusless
Iiupossibe to cure catarrh in tli
nose by dosing the stomach. Send
the healing vapor of Catarrhozone
after the germs nntl you at once accomplish good. Any crcse of catarrh
is curable,—nil that is necessary is to
inhale Catarrhozone—you stop hawking, nostrils are cleared, throat is healed and freed of phlegm: every ventage
of the trouble is forever driven from
the system. If you want permanent
cure "for catarrh, throat trouble or
bronchitis, Oatarrhozone is a stand's,   2oe  nnd  81   at all
lfi|i&
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P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Bridge street, Grand l-'urki, B. C.
IG. MCGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll "Work, Saw
Filing,Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doom and
Windows.
and First Sts
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
First Street
Grand Forks, B. C.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
c7\4EATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
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Buy Your Wife
Her Supply of
Groceries
At our store. It will save her a lot of inconvenience and hard work in
preparing your dinner, as we only handle the best of everything.
Everything for the kitchen. We advertise "The Best"—and we've
got the goods. The main factor in keeping the stock always fresh is
our Low Prices.
com£uhieyoftf GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND BOOTS AND SHOES
It will pay you to inspect our goods in this department before
buying elsewhere. We can save you^money, antl guarantee satisfaction.
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Phone 30 Opposite C.P.R. Station
AS YOU LIKE IT
Some people think they are in lti\e
when nil tl e/ need is a pliys'c.
A man is generally known by his
"sitting-up" qualities, which eventually follows in his up-setting.
W PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACT!)
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
.SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED  BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STOBE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SCIGARSTORE
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
S. F. & N. RY.
Daily
Leave
GRAND FORKS1
Spokane, Scuttle,
Everett, Belling,
ham, Vancouver.
Victoria and ull
Count point*.	
Spokane, Fertile,
Winnipeg,St Pulll
und Minneapolis..
j Northport, Hoss
I land,Nelson, Has*
I lo anil Sundon.... ;
A.IU p.m.
11:15 p.in.
Kiln p.m.
Cupid busies himself getting people into trouble and then leaves
them to light their own battles.
"Liberty" is represented as i female, but it is difficult for some
married men to understand why.
You must not hold a man responsible for bis fool kin, as you may
have troubles of that kind of ydnr
Own.
The "first part" in a minstrel
show is very much like an expensive
ladies' Easter bonnet—a joke on
somebody.
"You can lead a horse to water,
but you can't make him drink."
Let's see. You can lead a man to
the bar, but	
I Kepnblio, Curlew
5:25 p.m.   and Ferry (Mld-
I »ay)	
10:85 ii.i.i.
6:311 p.m. i Phoenix, B.C. ... I lir.21) n.in.
Coiinnccting  at Spokntte .with the fit-
mou'i
"ORIENTAL LIMITED "
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
Prom Spokane [or Winnipeg, St. Paul.
Minneapolis, St. Louis, I'lifcitgu uud ull
points east.
For cuniplete information, rates,
berth reservations, etc., call on or ud*
dress,
H. SHEEDY, Airt-nt,
Orand Forks.
S. 0. YERKES, A. O. P. A..
Seattle.
When
You consider
that a poorly
printed job costs
just as much as
one that pre -
sentsa neat and
tasty appearance, do you not
think that your
busi ne ss demands the latter kind i
40
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship are of the
best. Let lis estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
The time is now rife for the chronic kicker to get busy in lamenting
the rnwness of the morning air and
tn regret the shortness of the hot
wenther.
A minstrel show is a coinpany of
colored gents who have the happy
faculty of playing to houses of such
jni/led fullness that Shakespeare is
jared in his grave.
For a man to spring the average
minstrel gag as a new tone is to place
himself on a plane with the mnn
who bobs up occasionally to inform
us that the soup must have bet n
near the fire.
An Eastern professor says the
average young man hasn't the git
anil push that he should, lias he
ever been on Winnipeg avenue when
a show was in town? and does he not
know the signs of 5-cent Inger?
M, Meckleifoerg, M. A., the cele
bratetl oculist.optician and eye special
ist, will again be at the Yale, Aug.
27-29. Now is your opportunity to
have your eyes attended to properly
by this well known antl widely ex peri
encetl eye specialist. Fees moderate;
satisfi.ction guaranteed.
The Origin of Gall Stones
They are , simply dried bile, made
up pf crystaline constituents of that
fluid. Very common is this disorder
among merchants, clergemen, shop
girls and those of sedentary habits.
Peevention consists in maintaining
correct action of the liver and bowels,
which is best accomplished by Dr.
Hamilton's Pills. No person using
this medicine need fear gall-st-unes,nor
need they ever be billions. Sonnd
digestion, good appetite, a clear color
will evidence the health giving properties of Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which
are the safest and best for family use.
Insist tm having only Dr. Hamilton's
Pills of Madrake and Butternut, 25c
per hox at all dealers.
LOW LATKS~ON NT P.
The Northern Pacific arilway announces the very low rate of 876. Gf
from Spokane and common points
to Toronto, Out. nnd return on ac
count of the annual uiei'ling of tht1
1. 0. 0. ?., tickets mi sale Sept. S,
i), and 10, with a going transit limit
until Sept. 22, ami filial return limit
Nov. 'iO, 1906. Tickets will be gooc*
for stop overs within limits in either
direction at St. Paul, Missouri River
or west thereof,
The .Nurthom Pacific Railway
have on sale daily until August 26
inc., round trip tickets from Spokane to Moolips, Westport, Long
Beach, Clatsop Bench antl Tokeland
at the very low rute of 820. Tickets
have a going nnd return transi.
limit of ten days and a final return
li-nit until Sept. .'10, 1SJ0G, and stop
overs will be allowed within transit
limit of ten days in both directions
nt Portland, Seattle and Tficomn.
For further particulars address
one of tbe undersigned:
A. D. Charlton. A. G. P. A.
Portland, Ore. G. A. MlTOHBLI.,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash. W.
H.  Ude, T. P. A., Spokane, Wash.
If
R. H.
TRUEMAN
We WellKnown PHOTOGRAPHER
of Vancouver, B. C, will be at
Blome's Old Studio, Bridge Street,
for TEN DAYS only, commencing
September 8th.   »•&»»»»
JSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSESS
This will be your only opportunity for some time
to secure Pinit-Cln-s Photographic works, as the
visits to this city of artists of Mr. TruemanV
standing are very rare. His work is too well
known to the people of this city to require ex-
t'ntletl noliue. **
k,
Remeber the Date
Sept. 8th—Ten Days
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
their price on all case and draught
wines and liquors.
THE
^
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
-J
To Hi,: Board of Licensing Commlv
sioners, Grand Forks
NOTICE is hereby Riven that the undersigned will, ut the next meeting of the Board
of Ltoeitaltig CommiMttune'rifor the City uf
Griiiid Porks, I'lJ-ji.v for a transfer of the
hotel license prrtiuted iu respect of the Al-
herlit Motel, Riverside street) (irnud Forks,
from A. Traunweiser t-oSoren Nelson. Also
to have the name of the hotel changed from
the Alberta to the Valhalla,
Dated at (Jrami F'ii-Us this 24th day of .Inly,
iiiuii.
A.TRAUNWBISEK,
80BEN NBLSON.
Aiinie Lee, Mineral Claim, situate in the
Grand forks Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located. In South Wellington
Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that 1. John Robert Brawn,
Agent for Edmund T. Wic-kwire, t"ree
Miner's Certificate No. I'-am, Thomas O.Edwards Free Miner's Certificate No. B6!>37 and
William . E. George Free Miner's Certificate
No. H6538, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
olaim.
Aud further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commeneed before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this 5th duy of June, A. li. 1906.
J.R. BROWN.
NOTICE
Mountain Lion Mineral Claims, situate In
the Grand Fork Mining Division of Yale
District.
Where located: Gloucester Cnmp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, H. A. Sheads, {for
' myself and us agent for H. Watlin), Pree
Miners Certificate NQ.B86286 and Henry watlin
Free Miner's certificate No. BMtlltkS, intend,
■ilxty days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grunt of the above olaim.
And further tube notice that action, uuder
section -*7, must In* commenced before the
Issuance of •ttabCertincatool Improvements.
Dated this .U ih day of May, A. H. 19Utl.
H. A. SHEADS.
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that sixty days
after date 1 will apply to the Chief ConV
mi-tsioiier of Lands and Worbs for permis-
liOU to purchase the followinir laud, situate
about eiirhteen miles   Northerly  from   thc
City of Grand Forks, in tho Otioyooi Dlvjilon
nf Yale Distriot: Commencing at a post planted at the Southeast corner of the lund hereby
applied for; thence Ht» chains North: thenee
II chains West; thenee meander of the Kettle
RtveroholnsSouthttbeticelfiohalni Bait to
the plnce of beginning ami containing UHi
acres, morn or less.
Dated the 30th duy of-Muy. 11)00.
AUGUST JOHNSON.
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that sixty daysaftnr
dute I will apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds uud Worhs for permission to
piirelmsethe following land, siuiatc about
thirty-four miles northerly from the City of
Grand Forks, In Osoyoos Division of Yule
District! Commeneiui,' at a post planted at
the northeast corner of the laud applied for;
thence 8U chums west: theuco -1(1 chains
south; thenee Ml elm ins eust; thence 40 chains
north to the pluee of beginning, uud containing 880 ncres, more or less.
Dated the 1 ith day of .March, 1006.
H.P. WHITE, Locutor.
PerU. I). WHITE, Agent.
SIGN   OF   THE   BEST
irk
1
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
Telephone A129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Kdtuerfokd   Bkos., PlIOPS.
BICYCLES
A Complete Linn of HlO'i Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and   will  he  sold (.'heap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GEO. CHAPPLE,    Opposite Postsfifce
Route of the famous and favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3-DAILY TRAINS-3
—BETWEEN-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,   Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
—ALBO—
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
-BBTWEEM—
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
and Dining Car Service on all Trains
CLOSE CONNECTIONS mode at St. Paul
and St. Louis in Union Depots 101 all
points East and South" l'-''!'t*
To enable partial woo lo desire to visit
friends und'reiatjvei In theh^-d'irng the
summer WMOUolilHt, the Mlllllll.UN l/A-
1th, titli biiiI UHi. end SHI'lhMllMt 8th and
mill wil round-trip tickets Iron; points In
this territory to chlcng". St. fcouli.8t. Piiul,
MliniriiiiolU. O.-nlin nnd kiuisiis Uty nt one
lowest tint cIbmIbic plusTen Oollarf, with
llllul return limit ninety dn.v» ftoftj•*•«• nl
mle, but not beyond October Slut, l.WS.
Extremely low ratal are In efeot "row
February isth to April 1th and September
16th to October Hint. 1906, frnm nil points '"
tlio Bunt to points iu this territory. II >o
desire to tend lor a Irlood or relative on
these rntes we telegraph tickets t" I'.nstcrn
points without extra cost.
' The NOTHBRN PACIFIC have all all*
nouoceil very low round-trip ratei fro*-*
points iii the Knst to points In this territory,
nnd tickets will ho on Mle Irom June W >'
September l.'ith inclusive, llunl limit for return llctober Slst,'WO.
For further information address one
undersigned.
A. D. Cii.vui.ton,    G.A. Mitciiku.
A. G. P. A., „     Ben. Act..
Portlnud.Ore.    Spokane.«ash-
\V. II. Udb,
Traveling Paneaeer Agent.
Spokane, \\ ash BOUNDARY   ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
1905, and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix '.....
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan-.Iaekpot, Wellington	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix.
Morrison, Deadwood	
B.C. Mine, Summit	
R. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Brey Fogle, SummitCamp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Reliance, Summit.'	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
('olden Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon W. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
Jewel, Long Lake	
Carmi, West Pork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
shipment*
of Bouni
ary  mines
for
191
1901.
1902.
wos
1904
231,7(12
309,858
893,181
•549
,703
1,721
20,800
74,212
99,034
141,826
138,07!)
171
298
150
25
050
for   1900.  19(11.   1908, 1903,   1904-
1005      WOS Past Wk
li5'i,88\)   519,260  18,048
2 81)
804
7,455
5*10
150'
150
47,405
15,731
5,64(3
650
14.811
5(io
,530
3,339
19,305
3,070
3,250
1,759
4,58(1
5,000
174.500
55731
25,108
3,050
4,747
1,720
405
77,:'.>9
91,073
9,951
34,022
l.olit)
1,704
307
044
39
1,045
22,937
15,537
303
37,900
16,400
3,480
222
3114
33
9,48-1       9,569
8,007       0. in I
1.(833
.•Hi:'
665
"350
890
785
625
"482
2,175
2,435
219
99.-!
400
80
3,456
Total,  tons  390,000
Oranby Smeltertreated  230,828
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smeltertreated  117,611
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter treated 	
325
507,545
312,340
148,000
107
'500
726
325
52
50
300
33
750
30
770
105
535
689
255
73
500
83!)
15
409
Pacific
Hotel
OFF. CP-R. STATION
Flrst-Oass In Every Respect.
Sample Rooms for Commercial
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
SAR IN CONNECTION:
Finest Brands of Wines,
liquors and Cigars.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.
1    *    .
S-i.HF- #;   BSE
SIMPLEX      l>
Loose Leaf Systems
084,901
401,921
162,913
123,570
827,348
590,252
209,637
30,930
933,510
687,988
194,056
84,059
753,150 '2,2,475
510 006  18,25
82,729      	
151,505     3,754
60   YEARS'
Trade Mark*
Demon*
Copyrights Ae.
Anyono Bending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is prohnbly patentable, CommunlM**
tloii»strlctlyconllilon..al. HANDBOOK on Patent!
sent freo. Oldest airenrv fur securing patents.
l-utonts taken tlirotizli Mann ft Co. receive
nyer.iat notice, without clinrite, In tbe
Scientific American.
A handsomely llluatrated wcokly. "Unrest eir-
dilution uf iinv Helentltli! journal. Tertni.laa
y-'iir: four months, f>L Sold byall newsdealers.
jyiUNN&Co.36,B">*a'Newlfork
Branch Oflice. G25 V Bt, Washington, D. C.
B1CY0T.KS and REPAIR Work—A
complete line of 1900 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chappie, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
Our job department is superior to
any other in the Boundary country.
We have both the material and the
experience to turn out high class work.
Get your wedding invitations printed
nt The Sun olliee. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving; made.
If your watch necda reptlirhg,
Inko it to White Breos. All work
guaranteed.
Head The Sun—The only twice-a-
week paper in the Boundary. 81.00
per yenr.
Columbian
College
FOUNDED 1892
INCORPORATED  1B93
•   NEW WESTMINSTER, ll. C.
Provides* a Home for Students of
both sexes at reasonable rates. Mas a
Preparatory Class for Junior Students doingPublic School work, is doing High School work, confers all
High School privileges, and prepares
for Teachers' Examinations. Teaches
all branches of a thorough Practical
Business Course, and grants .Diplomas.
Gives a Liberal Education in its own
Collegiate Course, and in the l,aii es'
College Course for the degrees ' of
M.E.L. and M.L.A. Tn University
work, the Arts Course can now lie
taken in Columbian College, and the
B.A. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with which the College
is in full affiliation. In Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.I.. and
B.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
write,
Bev. W.J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
in- He v.  J. Powell. Eursar.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
liazor honing a  specialty   'at   the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
The. Lion Bottling Works are selling Goodorhaiu k Wort's Bye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for 83.00 per gallon.
You're next at. the Palnee
Shop, Victoria hotel.
Burlier
For a nice hair cut or shave go to
the Citv Barber Shop on Bridge street,
Baths 60c, three for SI.OO.
Health for Run-Down Women
From the experience of Mrs. Jno
Panke, Saskatoon, notlhiiig compare-3
with Ferrozone. "At times T was confined to tny bed and couldn't do any
work. I wus run down in flesh, hnd
no strength, my appetite failed, my
color was pallid, Weary anil cast-
down, it seemed I couldn't catch up
Ferrozone started a new kind of life
in my blood, built me up, vitalized
and strengthened my nerves, and li
nallv cured my heart and stomach
pains." Ferrozone is a reluiilder that
has special virtue in female troubles
Sold everywhere in .",0c boxes; try
Ferrozone..
P. T. McCallum
LEADS THE VAN IN THE
c^ccident and Insurance Business
The reasons are easily explained.
First—lie is agent for ihe
Canadian Casualty and Boiler
Insurance Company
and they issue THE BEST POLICIES IN THE WOULD.
Second—A policy with his company means a promise to pay, and P,.te PAYS ALL CLAIMS
PROMPTLY.
Third—Pete is an old-timer, and everybody knows him and can rely on what he says.
Call at his olliee, JOHNSON BLOCK, FIRST STREET, and consult him. He will be
pleased to give you any infer nation regarding his company, and delights to explain tho special
features of
l$e Climax Policy"
•jfThere are very few businepiri houses today which do
not use some form of Loose Leaf System in one or more
departments, as it is legardedas an absolute npcessitv
by progressive business firms.
ll'The advantages of the Loose Leaf System are now
well known, and permit of adaptability to meet tu best
advantage changing conditions. It permits the greatest
amount of information to lie kept in condensed iorm, in
the least time, and the most accourate manner.
liAceounts and eeords of all kinds 11.11 be le, t bv this
system in any business, large 111 sin ill, with equal ad- .
vantage.
1llnvestigatetheSiniplexLoo.se Leaf Symtein. It. is
the cheapest and best.
e EVENING SUN
pV-t-^&Sl
other travel-boob tells as much about the Grout Northwest as doe*
1
M
Tin: chapters deal with Pu-rlt Sound, the-Columbia Rtver
tin* Qlteiliut Indians, the i'ittvrm-it  Hangf nl Montana,
the  fell u wat Ono National Hark.
SEND    IT    TO   YOUR   EASTERN   FRIENDS
There'-** nothing better ana guide to thespleiided country
hetweetl the Mit-itdtisippl Hnd the tide waters <,f the
Pui-ilii!. Send six oenti for a copy, ur tend the slxeeiitu
with the add rem-- ol the friend to whom "Wonderland
ifli.ii" fo to he mailedi to
A. M.(LBAl-AM),(ien. Pakt'iir Acent,
St. Paul. Minn.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILW'Y
m Daily in euch direction between Ht, Paul, >
1 in I it r Ij and Superior, and the
Great Pacific Northwest
Three Trams Dully In euch direction between St. Paul, Minneapolis
1 in I it r Ij and Superior, and the
"*™2&3£Em.
G. A. Fd
Rates
On account of the National Kncampmeiit of the Grand
Army of the Republic in Minneapolis, Aug. 13-18, the
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Will sell round-trip ticketa from Grand Forks to
St.  Paul  and   Minneapolis
FOR $52.50
Tickets on Sale August 7, 8 and 9.    Final Return Limit,
October 31.    For further particulars see
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
The Sun job department is the
only olllco in Ihe Boundary that is
kept strictly up to date.. We are
the Tiffany of our town in our line
of business.
Stock Certificates printed at The
Sun job office.
Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion Bottling Works*

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