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 Sun.
Fifth Year-No. m.
&
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, August 21,
Semi-Weekly—$1.00 Per Year [^Advance
Trades License By-Law Given
a Six-Months' Hoist By
Four to One
Committee Appointed to Report on Proposed Improvements
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held in the council chamber last night, Aid. Lequime,
mayor pro tern, occupying the chair.
Aid. Clements, Cooper, Gaw, McDonald and .Spraggett were present.
A communication from the Boun-,
dary Iron Works stated that the last
cheque issued by the city had been destroyed in the recent fire. The clerk
was authorized to issue a duplicate.
Communications from various cities
stated that the following license fees
were collected at the respective places:
Nelson, no bankers' license, no
ranchers' license; Greenwood, banks
So for every six uionths.peddlera $250
for every six months; Rossland, banks
free, peddlers $50 for ever.y six
months; Vanpouver, banks $50, chart
ered banks free, hawkers $100 per
aim iuu, 810 per month for hawking
anything not raised in British Columbia; Vernon, banks $100 per year,
peddlers 825 for every six months, no
retail traders' license.
A. C. Sutton sent in a bill for
•5iS.lr.40 for acting as counsel for Canty
in the case of Rex vs. Canty. A communication from the attorney general
accompanied this account. It stated
that Mr. Sutton had been requested
by the attorney general to act for
Canty, and that the city was liable
for the legal fees. On motion, it was
referred to the city solicitor. *.
A communication from the fire department asked that the council appropriate $100 for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the fire chief
to the convention of fire chiefs in Calgary. Aid. Spraggett moved, seconded by Aid. Gaw, that the request of
the department be granted. Aid
Cooper said $100 was too much, and
thought that $75 ought to be sufli-
cient. All committees, he said, would
have to curtail their expenses in order
to make the council come out even at
the end of the year. Aid. McDonald
did not favor sending a delegate to
tlio convention. It would bo an unnecessary expense. Besides, the chief
hail not sprinkled the streets as in.
structed to by a resolution of the
council. Aid. Spraggett said we had
a firo chief second to none in British
Columbia. Aid. McDonald aroso to
speak again, but was ruled out of
order, as he hud spoken once on the
question. The motion was then amended to read 875 instead of $100,
and in that form passed tlio council,
Aid. McDonald alone voting against
it.
A communication from Electrician
Waterston stated that the jcity had
no workshop for the city electrician.
Aid. Clements thought that such a
shop was unecessary, and he moved,
seconded by Aid, Spraggett, that the
question of purchasing Waterston's
building, which was defeated at the last
meeting, be re-opened. This plan was
favored by Aid. Gaw. Aid. McDonald raised the point that the motion
was out of order, as the question had
been settled at the last meeting without a negative vote being recorded,
and he was sustained by the chair.
Aid. Clements mude au ineffectual
attempt to appeal from the decision of
the chair.
The chairman of the board of works
reported that the bridge at the Yale
hotel had been replanked and that
they had decided to replank the main
portion of the Winnipeg avenue
bridge; a three-plank walk had been
laid from Winnipeg avenue to Mr.
Feeney's residence, and the sidewalk
to the Presbyterian church had been
replaced. The council should decide
whether they wanted the work on
the \yinnipeg avenue bridge done by
tender or not.
Aid. Spraggett stated that the proprietor of the Yale hotel had made a
request for a ne>* walk around his
premises. Mr Traunweiser had agreed
to furnish the stringers if the city
would furnish the rest of the material
and do the work.
Aid. McDonald enumerated a lot of
other work that should be done this
year. He was interrupted by the
ohairmrn of the finance committee,
who asked Aid. McDonald to figure
out how much money the board of
works had !o its credit. The estimates had been overdrawn already,
and unless all the committees economized the city would not come out
even at the end of the year
On motion of Aid. Cooper, the
chtiii'iiiaii of the the board of work
was instructed to prepare an accurate
estimate of the proposed improvements
and to sub.i.it it to the council at the
next meeting.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
Gaw. the board of works was authorized to proceed at once with the work
of replanking the Winnipeg avm-e
bridge.
The choirman of' the water and
light committee reported that the cost
of instating city water to the residents of Granby street would probably be 8100. As he had placed the
estimate at the last meeting at $200,
he had taken no action. On motion,the
committee was authorized to install a
4-inch pipe at a cost not to exceed
$200. The ohairmrn also reported
that the fire department had asked
for three 6-inch hydrants to replace
the 4-inch hydrants on Bridge street.
On motion of Aid. Cooper and McDonald the council refused to grant
the request.     j
''"-.Mr, Clements reported that City
Engineer Reed had asked for a
month's leave of ulisence.to Commence
on the 1st prox. The question who-
.$0*jf, hfii sjl-'ujd be granted. ;a salary
Donald, Gaw and Clements as such prompt response to the alarm of fire,
committee. and their liberal aid in endeavoring'
Aid. Cooper reported that, accord- to save the works from total destrue-
ing to a new provincial law, recently tion on Friday evening last.
enforced, the city would have to pay 	
50  cents per day for board  for all      A' H' Lftwder returtted last nightj
from   a   week's visit to Coleman, ;
A COSTLY BLAZE
understood that Nelson worked these Alta-    Hfl rePorts business 8ood  in
prisoners on  the streets, and it was a tne coal town-
pity that Grand Forks should have to      fa opera house WJS flllcd to the
Boundary Iron Works Completely Destroyed By
Fire
pay for the beautifying of that city.
Aid. McDonald moved that the
trades licence by;law be reconsidered
and finally passed.
Aid. Spraggett and Clements moved
that it be read six months hence.
In answer to a question the clerk
stated that the ranchers in the valley
sold their wares under a traders'
license.
Aid. McDonald made a strong plea
fer his by-law. He was anxious to
see all necessaries of life come in free.
He could not understand why the
council should go back on the measure
after passing it clause by clause and
adopting it in committee. There
must be something behind the scenes,
he said. He filially asked that the
by-law be submitted to the people at
the same time the bridge by-law is
voted on.
The vote on the six months' hoist
motion stood: For, Aid Clements.
Cooper, Gaw and Spraggett; against,
Aid. McDonald.
The council then adjourned.
doors last Friday night to witness
the Richards & Pringle's minstrels.
With the exception of a few antiquated gags and tbe lack of popular
balads in the first part the program
was varied and well rendered. Especially pleasing were tbe trombone
solos by Fred W. Simpson. Craig,
formerly the human frog with the
"South Before the War" company,
retains his old reputation, and performed some new feats in contortion.
Arther Prince had a few new stunts
in hoop rolling. The orchestra ana
chorus work was above the average.
A few gags on the city council and
the mile or more of road between here
and the depot were well founded
and contained more truth than
poetry.
Loss    $15,000,    Insurance
7,000—Future Plans In-
certain
vr-j'iWi •BlfflBll^wfl'tto iibscnt should be
dealt with carefully, as it would establish a precedent, Aid. Spraggett
moved, seconded by Aid. Clements,
that the city engineer be granted one
month's leave of absence with full
salary. This was opposed by Aid.
McDonald, who amended it by making it one-half salary. The amendment was seconded by Aid. Coopei,
and in this form the motion passed
the council.
Aid. Spraggett reported that the
city scavenger had resigned because
his receipts were only 89o per month.
Alter considerable discussion on the
subject, Aid. Clements moved that
the mayor appoint a committee to
look into the advisability of the city
purchasing a team and doing it own
scavenger work. The motion carried,
and  the mayor appointed   Aid.   Mc*
NEWS OF THE CITY
New Road Grader   Received
Last Saturday From the
Coast
Granby Consolidated to Elect
New Board of Directors
In October
A road grader nrrived in the city
last Saturday from the coast, the
same being donated to the Grand
Forks road district by the provincial
government. It wus manufactured
by the Good Roads Machinery company of Hamilton, Ont., and is constructed entirely of iron and Steele.
Road Supervisor Spraggett put the
machine together yesterday, and he
volunteered the information that before long the road between this city
and Franklin will be such excellent
condition that wheelmen will easily
be able to make sixty miles an hour
over it.
At the sixth ordinary general
meeting of the shareholders of the
Granby Consolidated, which will be
held iu New York, Tuesday, October
2nd, a new hoard of direetors will be
elected for the ensuing year, and what
is undoubtedly the best annual report
yet made by this company will be
presented to the shareholders.
Mrs. W. H. Dickson, of this city
Mrs. W. W. Dickson, of Pembroke
Out., "and Miss Dickson, of Pembroke
wife, mother and sister respectively o
Dr.
last
Dickson,
week.
wero I'lioenix   visitors
Chas. Brown, on behalf of the
Boundary Iron Works company, desires to thank the members of the
Grand Forks fire department, and
the   citizens   generally,   for     their
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy is sending
a cup made out of silver mined, smelted and refined in British Columbia, as
a prize for fruits at the Nelson exhibition.
Neil Thomas, of Colville, Wash.,
arrived in the city last Saturday, and
has cast his lot with the smelter
force and the band boys.
The band boys are putting in some
hard licks nightly in their practice
room on Riverside avenue, and are
progressing satisfactorily. Leader
Thomas expresses himself as well
pleased with the work of the mem
bers for the short time they have been
practicing, and states that a public
concert will probably be given this
or the coming week.
John Webster, of Bannock City,
was a visitor In the city last Saturday.
The hottest and most disastrous
fire of the season in Grand Forks
occurred at the Boundary Iron
Works, in the Ruckle addition, at 7
o'clock last Friday evening. The
fire brigade responded promptly to
the alarm, but owing to the distance
to the scene of the conflagration, the
fire hud gained such headway that
it was found impossible to save the
works, and they, together with
John Hutchinson's dwelling, adjoining, were burned to the ground.
The major portion of tiie patterns
were kept in an adjoinnig building,
and were saved, although a number
of them were in i.he works at the
time the fire broke out, and these
were also destroyed. . .*,.
Managing Director Chas. Brown
.states that the loss was about $15,-
000. There was only $7000 insurance on the plant.
Seen by a Sun reporter, Mr. Brown
stated that he was unable to give
any definite information us to thc
future plans of the company. He
intimated, however, that it was
quite probable that the plant would
be rebuilt; but as to its location he
was uncertain. A great deal would
probable depend on the nature of
the guarantee tbey obtained from
the city council regarding city water
and power.
Miss Ellen Wekell, of Tacoma, is
visiting with her brother, Chas.
Wekell, master mechanic at the Granby smelter.
John Genone, who was injured by
the explosion of matte at the Granby
smelter some months ago, last week
received $225 as damage fee. The
settlement was made through the
Canadian Casualty Insurance company, E. Miller acting as attorney fur
plaintiff.
Miss Isabel Honderson left, last
week for the coast cities, where she
will visit friends for a .short time prior to her going to Ghilliwadk to assume her duties as teacher in the nubile school. . .  ,' '
Geo. Manson, of the (Iranby smelter force, returned last Saturday from
a six weeks' visit to Chicago and
other eastern cities.
The sunset last evening was peculiar. A number of citizens, on
catching a first view of it, wondered
how the Granby slag train had managed to get to thc summit of Hardy
mountain.
A eight-foot vein of high-grade' ore
has been struck ill the mile-long tunnel in the rambler, in the Slocan,
which has required three years to
drive, and has a depth of 1,400 feet.
Granby Dividends
At a meeting of the bo^rd of directors of the Granby Consolidated, held
on the 8th inst., at the company's
oflice, 52 Broadway, New York,
a dividend of three per cent, on the
outstanding capital stock wus declared, payable September 15, 1906. The
transfer books of tho company will
close August 29th and re-open September 12th.
This i.s the third dividend of the
Granby Consolidated made payable
this year, each amounting to $405,-
000, each at the rate of three per cent
on.the issued stuck, there being 13,-
500,000 shares outstanding. This
makes a total of $1,215,000 in dividends by this cpmpany thus far made
payable in 1906, which is at the rate
of nine per cent per annum.
The dividend record of the Oriinby
shows that thus far four declarations
of this character have been made, the
first beirg iu December, 1903. The
following table shows the dates of
payments of the dividends and
amounts of each, the total of the four
amounting to $1,348,630:
No, 1, Deo. 19, 1903 8133,030
No. 2, Jan. 1700  405,000
No. 3, May, 1906  405,000
No. 4. Sept., 1906  205,000
Total $1,348,030
W. A. Cowpcrthwaitc, of Moncton,
N. B., has been appointed principal of
Grand Forks high school. oJlj? Sluming Bim
II '..■] it'irnn'Forks,TlrltUli Columbia
Every Tuesday and Friday Evenings.
A. ICvass  Editor und Publisher
BUHSCIIll'TION HATES 1
One Tear $1.50
One Yenr (in ndvniice)  1.00
Advertising rntes furnished tin nppllo itln
Legal notloes, lo nnd *i eents per line.
Address ull eoiuiullliieutiolis to
Tub Evening Si'n,
1'iione 1174 Gkani) Fohks, 11. C.
TPESDAi", AUGUST 21, 1006
The advocates of tho debenture
by-law appear to think that all the
city has to do to secure a first-class
trallic bridge at Fourth street is to
expend S10U0 on tho structure. The
truth is, that this would simply
make it an ornament—as unapproachable as a politician after he
has been elected to an olliee. To
make the bridge useful as well as
ornamental, a costly approach
would have to be constructed on
this side of the river. This would
require a ten- or twelve-foot fill
from the Columbia brewery to the
river, and the raising of the water
mains for that distance, us it would
not be advisable to bury them fifteen feet beneath the street grade;
a deep cut on Main street, and a re
taining wall, about 60 feet long and
15 feet high, would have to be
built around Captain Bentley's lot,
or thc property purchased outright
by the city. All this, nt a conservative estimate, would cost §4000 or
S5000. Where is this money lo
come from?
The Debenture By-Law
Gband Forks, Aug. 21, 1906.
To the Editor uf Tin- Sun.
Sin:—The present financial condition of Grand Forks is in such an
unsatisfactory state thnt it is not
short of criminal on the part of the
city council to endeavor to thrust a
further indebtedness on the already
overburdened bucks of the ratepayers. The fiiniiii.'iirs of the country realize our condition, and are
quite unwilling to take up the eity's
debentures, as witness the lust issue.
This last issui—August loth, 1902
—could not find n purchaser until
the full el'lOUo, and. although '.hey
were 6 per cent bearing debentures
and three years had elapsed, in
1905 -they hud to he sold nl 85.
Seventeen-year I! per cent debentures sold al 851 What is thf
equivalent in 20-year 5 per cent debentures—the debentures which the
eity proposes to issue at the present
time? 1 mnke the equivalent as 73;
that is. taking as t basis the value
financiers set upon our last issue,
the proposed one, if a purchaser
could be found, would not bring
more than 73. At this rate the
$4,000 issue would provide $2,920
cash. But ii city's credit becomes
weaker after each debenture i-sne,
and, for this ret/eon, it becomes very
questionable if they would qvoii
reach this figujre. And why is it
that our credit is so low? The best
of all reasons—wc are nut -providing,
and evidently cannot provide, thf necessary sinking fund for thcredemption nf
the $M7,o<m debt ur have already m-
ctirird. II'r nrr ut the present moment
$20,000 in. arrears to this fund, And
yet, just to make posterity pay, the
council is endeavoring to add another $4,000 debt, no matter whnt
little it realizes. The three previous
administrations did, each in its turn,
work most energetically In place the
city in a sound condition financially;
they eventually succeeded in wiping
out a large floating debt and in reducing the debenture indebtedness
some $20,000. Would il not be a
pity, then, to permit this present administration   to   spoil  the work of
their predecessors? If we dn not r't'
present feel ti; - , .
ing fund arrears, v most certainly
will when the debentures begin to
fall due, for the various is-mes are
very close to carli other. Then increased taxation will be iu nrder, and j
most likely higher rents, so thai this
matter affects not only the ralepayi r
but the whole community.
The question to be decicli tl hy the
ratepayers on the 25th inst. is not
for or against a btidge a! Fourth
street, but for or against a greater
debenture indebtedness. 'I'he question of a bridge or not can be decided later. Thanking you for the
space, I.am, etc.,
W. H. M. May.
Their Methods
Years ago they fought catarrh by
internal dosing. They saw this ruined the stomach and changed to the
ozonated air cure, better buown as Catarrhozone. This treatment is sure
to cure. It goes to the source of the
disease; it destroyes tin* Jcauscs that
maintain the disease and even in the
worst cases permanent cure is guaranteed. Failure with Catarrozone is
impossible, Antiseptic, healing and
far-reaching, it's bound to cure every
time. Endorsed by more than tenty
thousand physicians in America alone
and sold in 25c and $1 sizes by nil
dealers.
CITY NEWS
John Kirkup, government agent at
Rossland, was in the city last night.
Mr. Kirkup created consternation
among the local financiers and politicians at the Yale last night by declaring that Franklin is not in the (irand
Forks district. He maintains that the
entire camp is located in Bill Gallagher's Dominion district and in Harry
Wright's provincial riding.
Geo. Henderson, furnaceman at the
Granbv smelter, had his right hand
badly mashed yesterday.
Manager - Robt. H. Cosgrove hns
assigned each day of the two weeks
of the Spokane Interstate fair to
some order or some special purpose.
The Shrinen? have been given September 26 and will have grent doing on that day. -The chamber oi
c iniiiierce day is Tuesday. September 25, when comerciul bodies will
send delegates to a convention
which will be held in Spoknne to organize the Pacific Northwest publicity movement. Monday, September
ber 24th, is 150,()u0 Club day end
opening carnival night. Thurdny,
September 27, is Live Stock day.
Spokane day is Friday (September 28.
Washington State College dny is
Saturday, September 29. The days
of the si cond week are as follows:
Everybody's d»y, Sunday, September 30; British Columbia day, Monday, October I*. Woodmen of the
World day, Tiietd**/, October 2;
Coeur d.Alene dn**, Wednesday,
Octoher 3; Derby day, Thursday,
October 4; Eagtaj" d»y, Friday, October 5; Modem Woodmen day, Sat*
urday, October 6.
Why chest Colds are Dangerous
Thev lead to pleuriy and pneumonia. Follow the advice of W II
Powle.1 of Powle's Corner, Ool , who
says: "1 used to be subject lo attacks
and altlio I used must everything
nothing relieved quickly till 1 discovered Nerviline. I have used it for
pleurisy and sore chest and found it
just the proper thing. For lumbago
ore neuralgia it's puick as lightning.
I cheerfully recommend Nerviline."
Strongest, cleanest, most pain destroying liniment on earth is Poison's
Nerviline, 25c bottles sold everywhere.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
THK   YALE
W IC Thomas, Boundary Fulls; J
Kirkup Rossland; J S Hoyin, Vancouver; -Mr and Mrs A |.; Wright,
gpokane; Julius Long, Rossland; .1 0
Watland, London, England: A Mc
Kenzie, Rossland; A I! Ainslie, Calgary; 1! A Brock, Ottawa: (.', H Fai
7'-
■■
ZBto Now
Remington
33i*i2ing'
Typewrit*".**-***
has two surpassing roe'til
It's a complete billing machine.
It's a Remington.
lusy to operate,   durable, and
economical in service.
Remington Typewriter Compcny
3:7 Broadway, t'cwYorl,
weather, Itcpubie; W \i Kemp, !*jj
kane; J S Lawrence, Nelson; K P
Fai-usworth and wife, Republic; Mrs
C M Cutcheon and son, Portland; H
E Macdonell, Nelson; I, A Stadler,
Butte; Fred Stone, Spokane; 11( Bill
ings, Nelson; G Bat-ham,. Vilnoonve'r;
K A Baker, H Waddell, Vancouver;
A II Spencer, Pittsburg; .1 O Campbell, Rossland.
TIIK WINDSOR
Mrs. A B Sloan, Nelson; Oscar Olson, St. Paul, Minn.; Jerry Kelly,
Niagara; II Jackson, Nelson; P J
Erie, Bradley; David A MacCleO'd,
Phoenix; John Klapke, Spokane; H
Harris, Rossland; M Beadle, Erie; A
L Bush, Spokane; John Lindberg,
Rossland; A Chisholm, Franklin; C E
YVutkins, Nelson.
WINNIPEG
Theo Boss, Spokane; Robert Wil-
lei, Bannock; W B Kipp, Spoknne;
Mamie (** Marlow, Seattle; S Boyd,
•Bannock.
IMIIIVINCK
A Robinson, Greenwood; H Ren-
house, Phoenix; John Friday, Greenwood; John Miiehlu, Cascade; Miss
Wekell, Tacoma.
LOCAL MINING SHARES
Following are the quotations for the
week ending Saturday, Aug. IS.
Bid. Asked
American Boy           £ 01]
Belcher ' 42 ,48
B. C. Copper     7.25 7.50
Canadian Goldfieids     .Ofa'.V .07
Caril -McKinnev.      .02* .:!
Dominion Copper...    2.60 3.00
lienor,. Mines 0u$ .07
Oranby   11.00 11.50
International Coal..     .'18 .(i'2
U Plata 15 —
North Star 05 .0«J
Pathfinder 04.1 .08'.
Rambler-Cariboo...     .24* .2(1
Sullivan 03". .04
White Bear 05* .06
You r_ylre Next
cAt the
Palace Barber Shop
Razor Honing n Speolulty.
FOR RENT OR LEASE—32-Rooni
Flat, ] artly furnished; best location
in the city; rent reasonable.    Enquire
at Ur. Avcrill's residence.    Phone 25.
LOW LATES ON N, I'.
'  The Northern PuciBc nrilway announces the very low rate of 876.65
from  Spoknne nnd common  points
to Toronto, Out., and return on lie
count of the annual meeting of the
I. O. I). F., tickets on .-.de Sept.  8,1
i), and 111, wilh a going transit limit!
until Sepl. 22. nnd final return limit
Nov. 80,  I OHO.   Tickets will he good
for stop overs within limits in either
direction ut St. Paul, Missouri Riven
or wesi thereof.
The Ni.i'tlii'iii I'acilie Railway
have on sale daily until Augusl 25
inc.. round trip tickets from spo-!
kano to Moolips, Westport, Longj
Beach, Clatsop Beach nnd Tokeland
nt the very low rate of 820. Tickets
hnve a going and return transit
limit of ten dnys and a final return
limit until Sept. .10, 1006, and stop
overs will be allowed within transit
limit, of ten dnys in both directions
ut Portland, Seattle and Tacoma.
For further particulars address
one of the undersigned:
A. D. C11AW.T0N, A.' G. P. A.,
Portland. Ore. G. A. Mitciikli,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash. W,
H.   Unii, T. P. A., Spokane, Wash..
*er
A selection made from oaf
Catalogue will be delivered at
your door at precisely tht
lame cost to you as if purchased in person at our store.
. G. RKUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turningj Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Scrci'n Doors and
Windows.
Thlth-mdiomi-.s-piect Te* Set—
BORohaiit-ron-Jui'tin); hand lea.
Stint quality lilvcr plate—is a
■ami of good value-
Oar new Catalngur will be
ready Nov. 15th. Write for
a copy*
RYRIE BROS.
JEWELERS
IIS, 120, 122 and 124
Yonfte SI., Toronto
Do You Eeel tha Pinch?
Not of poverty, hut of corns, aching corns, that can be cured by Putnam's Corn Extractor. Don't sutler,
use Putnam's—sold every where in 25c
bottles.
Firs! Strenl
SNAP—nine-room   house   in    the
North addition for sale at a  bargain;
I terms.    Inquire of Ceo. Pound, or at
Grand Forks. B. C The sun office.
^OBB^SStZ^SSRS
i- WANE INTERSTATE FAIR
H3J SEP F EMBER 24 TO OCTOBER 8, 1906 issrs
?35,080
| OPEN  DAY   AND  NIGHT
TWO
IN
PRizes
AND
Larger exhibits in every   department.
Big Poultry Show. $5,000 for County and
1 listrict Fruit exhibits.   Home Industry
Exposition occupying new $5,000 building, tilled with worltin gexhibits. Sensational free acts every afternoon.   Free
Vaudeville and Band Concert nightly
WEEKS
FAIR
AND
PURSES
Admission After 6 p.m., Only 10c
RACES
For Program, Prize Lists and Any Other Information Address
R fiBT. H. [
GSfiliOVE, Sac. and Mgr., 519 First Ave., Sprite
nu, Wash.
*^.T^35J*TrT":w£BffiSEafa>
jBSffim-ssf:.-',' ra:r****-siis&H
WBmaTzzzzwTta
Eraklne Smith & Co
Watch Ibis Space
P.  A. Z, PARE, Proprietor
Tlotorln Hotel,
Bridge Street, Qraud Porks, II. 0.
Hotel V
alhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout,
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Smeltermen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table .Supplied with the Hest the
Market Allords.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always  in  Stock  at the Bar.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
e and First
'''■T-*TT-"^.i*-**;*H--OTi^^
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
cTHEATS
Fish and Game in Season ftd
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, us 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.
.•omiteCih!eyof GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND BOOTS AND SHOES
It will pay you to inspect our goods iu this department before
buying elsewhere. We can save you'inoney, aud guarantee satisfaction.
J. H. HODSON &
Phone 30
Opposite C.P.R. Station
F PALM
WALLACE  /*"
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FKE8H STOOK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SUPPLIES
RAiNEY'SCIGARSTORE
AS YOU LIKL IT
A supreme test of friendship is a
loan.
Of all things 11 p iof gaiters bave
the niosBt snap.
Their sins and the bill collector
often lind nun out.
The  most peaceful  woman   will
strike a bargain when sbe can.
Too many men  look upon home'
ns n e ely a place to sleep
If n  girl   marries well ber friend
will overlook her other faults.
Some men enjoy! a show so  much
they smile between tbe acts
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Geo. Taylor
GENERALC0NTRACT0
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders (liven Prompt and Careful
Attention.
ffin3©. Taylor
General Contractor.
Foo Lee
Laundry
KINI'  LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED  BY
MACHINERY,     NEW-
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STOB.E
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
Leave
Spokane, Seattle, j
Everett, Belling-
hnm, Vancouver-1
Vu'tnrili   mul   nil I
Count points...... |
Winnlpeg-St Paul
and Minneapolis.. I
Nortlinort. Jioss- I
land* notion, Kit.-*-1 B:lfi p.m.
In mul Sainton.... |
llepublic. Curlew I
and  Ferry  (Mid- j 10:88 u.m.
li'ltt) p.m. I Phoenix, H.'7
Connneotiug at Spokane with the ■'■■■
"ORIENTAL LIMITED'
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
Krom,Spokane for Win ill peg, St. Pit'
Minneapolis, St. Louis, Chicago uml all)
points eust.
For   complete    Information,    ratet
berth reservations, eto.- call un or at)
dress,
H. SHBBDY, Agent,
Grand ffbrk
S. G. YERKES, A.G. 1'. A..
Beuttlo. I
When
You consider
that a poorly
printed job cost's
just as much as
one that presents a neatand
tasty appearance, do you not
think that your
busi ne ss demands the latter kind 't
40
Good Printing—the kind we do—i.s in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship arc of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
Nothing irritates a woman so
much as a man who keens his temper.
Fully two thirds ol n college education is more ornamental than useful.
You never hear of n married man
wasting any sympathy on an old
bachelor.
Many a woman's view of heaven
is obscured by her neighbor's new
hut.
After the   honeymoon   marriage
begins to resolve itself into  n  guci-s
ing contest.
Xo one seems to have ns hard a
time earning money a/ the girl who
married for it.
There must lie something wrung
with that old axiom about ignorance
being bliss, otherwise more people
would he happy.
A Qsh that walks bus been iliscov-
ed in Florida. It will probably be
smoking cigarettes liy the time lie*
bottle bus been nround a few more
times.
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.  #■»#?##
This will be your only opportunity for somo time
to secure First-Class Photographic works, as the
visits to this city of artists of Air. Trueman's
standing are very rare. His work is too well
known to the people of this city to require ex-
. tended notice.
mKS]SSBR*Mmmmmmmm*mommmtmm\mmmm ill III —
L
Remeber the Date
Sept. 8th-"Ten Days
The lion Bottling Works have cut I
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
•**-■ ' 9
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and from A!! Trains
'Telephone A129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
RuTHEitFonn  Bros., Props.
To the Board of Licensing Comm.-*
sioners, Grand Forks
M. Meclileniierg, M. A., the celebrated oculist.opticiau and eye specialist, will again lie at the Yale, Aug.
27--.'. Now is your opportunity to
have your eyes attended to properly
by'this well known and widely experienced eye specialist. Fees moderate;
satisfaction guaranteed.
Does Your Heart Flutter?
You know heart fluttering means
vour're not as well as you should be.
It's an evidence of impaired nerve and
muscular power. To obtain cure, try
Ferrozone; it has a special action on
the hoart as seen in the case of Thus
Grover, of Cole Harbor, N. !-!., who
says: "If I exerted myself it would
bring palpitation. To curry any heady
weight or go quickly upstairs completely knocked me out. When bad
attacks came on 1 lived in fear of
sudden death. Ferrozone gave my
heart the very assistance it needed,
and now I am quite well." For heart
or nerves it's hard to excell Ferrozone.
50c per box at all dealers. /
LOW LATES ON N. 1'.
The Northern Pacific arilwav announces thu very low raw of $76.65
from Spokane nnd common points
to Toronto, Out., and return on ae
count of tho annual meeting of the
I. 0. (). V„ tickets on sale Sept. s,
!), and 10, with a going transit limit
until Sept. '_':', and (hull return limit
Nov. ill), 1900. Tickets will be good
for stop overs within limits in either
direction at Ht. Paul, Missouri River
or west thereof.
The Northern Paciflo Railway
have on sale daily until August 25
inc., round trip tickets from .Spokane to Moolips, Westport, Long
Beach, Clatsop Beaoh uud Tokeland
at the very 'low rate of $20. Tickets
have a going and return transi.
limit of ton days nnd a linul return
li-nit until Sept. 30, 100(1, and slop
overs will be allowed within transit
limit of ten days in both directions
at Portland, Scuttle and Taooma.
For further particulars address
one of the undersigned:
A. D. CiiAiu.'1'o*-;, A. C. P, A.,
Portland, Ore. G. A. MlTOHKLt,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash.    VV,
II. Ude, T. P. A., Spokane, Wash.
id will, nt the next meeting uf thi) Board
<>f Licensing Commissioners fir tho City of
Grit*--*] Fork*, apply For a transfer ->t' the
hotel license {minted In respect oi the Al-
berta Hotel, Riverside street, Grand Porks,
fiinn A. Traunweiser to Sot en Nelson. A Ism
to Imve the muni- of the hotel changed from
id" Alberta to tlm Valhalla.
Dni-'.l nt (irand Forks thin 24th day oftfuly,
A Complete Line of 190(3 Models.
Second-hand wheels always un
hand,   and   will  he sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
A.TRAUNWBISBR,
60BBN NELSON.
liEG. CKAPPLE,     Opposite PsslofiiCfi
SIGN   OF   THK   BEST
KO'flCE
Annie Lee, Mineral Claim, situate in the
Grand Porks Mining Division of Yule
District.
Where located. In South Wellington
Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that i, John Robert Brown.:
1 Agent for Edmund T, Wlekwlre, free
Miner's Certificate No. IJ2071, Thomas Q. Ed-
Wards Free Miner's CertiticHte No. B8!i37 and
William 17 George Free Miner's Certificate '
No. Hii'illS, Intend, sixty duyu from date here-
of, tn apply to the Mining Recorder for a .
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ]
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
i laiiu.
And further take notice that action, under
section '■■'!, mutit be commenced before the.
issuance of such Certificate of Improve- j
tDMits
Dated this 5til dny or June, A. D. llXti.
j.K.munvN.
NOTICE
•i
Mountain Lion Mineral Claims, situate in
tln< Grand Pork Milling  Division of   Yule-
Uistriet.
tt here located;  Glbuaester'Gnmp.
TAMi NOTICE that I. ll. a -Sheads, (for
■   myself ami as ugentfor ll. Watlin), Free
Vli!iorsGertlttcateNo.U56$tt)aud Henn watlin
ffroa Miner'- (ertitieaie Nn. BfitlitH, Intend,
dxtv   days frnm ilnt" In-rent', t-uipplv t<i  tli"
Mining Recorder' for a Cert Hi fate of Improvements, for the PUrpone of obtulnlug a
frown Grant of tini above claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
seotion B7-mu«t be commenced before the
Issuance of stiah Certificate of improvements.
Dated this 31 til day of May, A. D. IfHil.
II. A.SHBADS
Route'ot the famous Ond favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRA1NS--3
—HicTWEES —
iokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
- ALSO  -
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
—-llBTWBBN -
iokane, Billings-., Denver, Omaha, »St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis,
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
*i Dining Car Servioa on all Train*
NOTICE
l lain I »illii|i|ii.vi,i tlio Chief I om-
inlwloner of l.iiml*. mul Work, for perinU-
ilun l. rohane the following land.lUuate
aii.,ut eighteen mill's Northerly from  the
City of Grand ITorlu, in tl .von- DlvUlon
of Villi* Dletrlal: OominBntiliiff--tt a i>"»t planted nt the Southeast ogj-UQI-.plthe land hereby
applied fort thenoe BO oiinintfNOrtlii thenoe
II nhaliu Weitithoneii iuuihuI t the Kettle
liivoi* iliiiiiis Sollthitheiiod lilobalm Bait tn
the place or bee;iiinltig nud containing 1 "
Dated tl th day "f Muy, 1900.
AUGUST JOHNSON,
CLOSE CONNECTIONS n»"»e •*-■= St. Pu ui
nml St.  Louie in l',,on lli|i-t**li.i llll
points Eust and Soutli**^*181'
l
NOTICE
ryOTICE Is hereby given thai sixty.daysafter
IM dute Iwillapply to the Chief Commissi r oi I.amis ami Works for permission to
purchase tke following hunl, sltutite about
thirty-four miles northi ply from the City of
(irand Forks, in Osoyoos Division of Yale
District: Commencing at a post planted nt
the northeast oorner of the laud applied for;
thenee f-i)   chains   west:  thence    4(1   ehains
suu tn; thenee ni chains easi: tl oe mchains
north to the place of beginning, and containing 820 ncres. more or less.
I)*it-.il tho 14th t^y of March, 1006.
11.17 VVHITB, Looator.
Peril  1). W81TB,Agauu
To enable intrtles wnu so desire in vl-ii
rrlendi andtrelutlves In the Baitdurlnjr the
summer seasonof iwn. the Ndii'l HI.UN PACIFIC will on -IL'l.Y End and 8rd, AUGUST
7th, Bill and Dth, and SBPTEMUKK Stti and
luhs.-u round-trip tleketa from points In
this territory to ChleaKO.St. Louis. St- Paul.
Minneapolis, U'-nliu ami Kansas City at one
lowest lirst class faro plus Ten Dollars, with
Hnnl return limit ninety days from date »f
sale, but not br.vuml October 8Ut, 1008.
Extremely low ratei are In effeot fr	
FebruarylBth to April 7th and September
16th to October Slit, 1906, from all points hi
the Bait tu points in this territory. U yon
aeilre to send for a friend or relative on
these rates we telegraph ticket* to Eastern
points without extra cost.
The NOTHKRN PACIFIC hnve nil announced very low round-trip rotes rrom
points In the Bast to points in tbis territory,
ami tickets will be on sale from June 1st t.i
Septeml 15th lueluslve, final limit for return October Met, 1006.
For further information address o
undersignodi
A. 1). ClIAHLTON,     Q.A. MimiiKi,!.
A.G. P. A.. Gen. Agt.,
Portland,Ore.     Spokane, Uiihii
W. 11. Km:,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Spokane, Wash BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following tnlile gives the ore shipments of Boundary mine-*  for   1800,  11)01,   1908, 1903,   1904
1905, unci for the past week:
660
1*4.811
'"'I in
8,-630
1901. 1903.
Granby MineB, Phoenix  231,762    309,85s
Snowshoe,   Phoenix  1,721     20,SOI)
Mother Lode, Deadwood  99,034     1-11,3211
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix  150         	
Rawhide, Phoenix           	
Sunset, Deadwood  S04        7,455
Mountain Rose, Summit    	
Athelstan-.Jaekpot, Wellington  u")0         	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix. 150         	
Morrison, Dcndwood  150           	
B.C. Mine, Summit  47,405
II. Bell, Summit        	
Kninia, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Brey Fogle, Summit Cnmp	
Xo. 37, Summit Camp	
Reliance, Summit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winni]ieg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon AV. Copper	
No. 7 Mine. Central	
City of Paris, Central         	
Jewel, Long Lake  850
Carmi, West Fork  ■*,*«"
Providence, Greenwood         	
Elkhorn, Greenwood  	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp  	
E. P. U. Mine, Skvlark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Falls  80
Miscellaneous  3,456
190S
93,181
'4,212
38,079
5,646
1004
549,708
i74,2!iS
25,1150
3,070
3,2h0
1,759
4,586
5,000
1005
653,889
174,560
557.'! I
25,108
3,056
4,747
1.730
1000 Pat
532,029  1
614
77,359
94,676
10,54(1
84,884
1,435
1 W-k
3,369
380
2.903
594
792
75
19,865
1.0-15
SO
665
626
482
!, 175
21.1
22 9.17
15.Vi:i:
368
37,9(10
Hi, 100
■'1,150
*)•».)
364
0,484
9,800
3,007
li, 401
1,88'!
2,43
993
400
167
7:0
726
3*26
5 2
50
800
750
88
150
30
770
105
635
689
255
73
500
15
409
Total, tons  890,000 507,545 684,901 827,348 933,518    '71,404 18,254
Granby Smelter treated  230,828 312,340 401,921 590,252 687,988   551310 15,250
I!. ('.Copper Co.'s Smelter treated  117,011 148,600 162,913 209,637      194,056.    82,729     	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter treated                        123,570 30,930 84,050   136,929    4,3ii4
Trade Marks
Designs
.... Copyrights <&c.
Anyono Bending ft Rliolnil nnd description niny
aulcldy llscertiilll imr i.|'iiii"ii frills *\iiol!ii*r un
Invention In probably »'*.!.■■ '*■.'*'.*. r.iiiiinlllili'li-
t"Jn"i>t rl" I ly "onll.ln.I-.'il. HfniMCOK on l-aton--
aent frni*. oMi'Mt iiim'ii". u,, ; inns! imtenm.
I*nti»nl*i tnlien Oil-mull .Munn A Co. receive
ipMlalfu'l*,, without onarno, liitbo
Scientific JSitericatt.
A hnnilsnmply ilhistrnlrrt wpcltly. J.nreest dr-
(•illation nl uur i«.li;-it.lti-. jnurinii. T«rni8. J.1 a
yrcnr: lour imiiillia,-l-l. Sold byall rowBdculorB.
MUNN & Co.36'B"»i«,»a*'- New York
Branch Oftlco. 1525 ¥ Si.. Waabinilton, D. C.
Bicycles and Rkpaiii Woiik—A
euiiiplete line of 19011 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. \\ heels
tn rent. GEO. CiiAi'i'i.n, opposite
Piistolliee, 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.
mm
Get vour wedding invitations printed
at The Sun oflice. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving made.
If your watch needs repairng,
take* it to White Breos, All work
guaranteed.
Head The Sun—The only t\vioe*a*
week paper in the Boundary. 81.00
per year.
M***r?
FOUNDED lt>92
INCCP.PC1-ATED  lfc93
NEW" WIvSTMlXiSTKH,  II.  C.
Provides a Home for Students of
botjh sexes at reasonable rates. Hag a
Preparatory Class for Junior Students doingPublio School work. Is doing High School work, confers nil
High School privileges, and prepares
for Teachers' Examinations, Teaches
nil Branches of a thorough Practical
Business Course, and grants Diplomas.
Gives a Liberal Education in its own
Collegiate Couise, and in the Lades'
College Course for the degrees ' of
M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University
work, the Arts Course can now he
taken in Columbian Colloge, and the
B.A. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with wdiich the College
is in full affiliation. In Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. and
B.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
write,
Hev. W.J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
or Be v.  J. Bowell, Bursar.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
The Lion Bottling Works are selling (loodei'liain k Wort's Rye Whiskey, the hest rye whiskey iu Canada,
for $3.00 per gallon,
For a nice hair cut or shave go tn
the City Barber Shop on Bridge street.
Baths 50c, three for S1.00.
FOR SALE at a Bargain—Five-
acre fruit r.incli, 75 5-year old trees;
7-rootii house: good barn and Well;
price §2000. For further particulars
call at The Suu olliee.
E'li: Pills no Long r Usod
When the sti ni tch needs cleansing,
the bowels increased activitiy, the
liyer additional power, don't use met*
eural pills, try Ur. Hamilton's. Vege
table in composition, extremely mild,
yet sure to Hush out all out al] impurities and wastes, tut remedy is so well
adapte I for family use. Possitivelv
a cure for biliousness and sick headache, unfailing in constipation and
bowel trouble, exceptionally good for
digestion, no medicine is so universal
ly needed in every home as Dr. Ham-
iton's Pills. Good for the young, the
ol.., the sick, and the well ones; the
benefits "of Dr. Hamilton's Pills are
manifold. Sold everywhere ill 25c
boxes.
Pacific
Hotel
0FP. C.P.R. STATION
First-Class In Every Respect.
Sample Rooms for Commercial
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
BAR IN CONNECTION:
Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.
i 1 if
\M CR*'»;r-»i(s.-
!H
"$
We SIMPLEX
Loose Leaf Systems
KB*-*":.;   \
&.'•"■     ■■-'•' \
« There are very few business houses today which do
not use some form of Loose Leaf System in one or more
departments, as it is legardedas an absolute necessity
liy progressive business firms.
•The advantages of the Loose Leaf System are now
well known, and permit of adaptability to meet to best
ad vantage' olianging conditions. It permits the greatest
amount of information to lie kept in condensed iorm, in
Ihe least time, and the most accourate manner,
"■lAccounts and ecords of all kinds can be* kept hv this
system in any business, large or small, with enual advantage.
Illiivestigate'the Simplex Loose Leaf Syiutem, It ii
'the cheapest and hest.
We EVENING SUN
7^aaL***»;'!**M«i**;1oit!gH
i^M^^^1^^^^iW§
P. T. McCallum
LEADS THE VAN IN THE
c^ccident and Insurance Business
Tho reasons Hio easily explained.
First—He i** agent for tin-
Canadian Casualty and Boiler*
Insurance Co.
and they issue THE BEST POLICIES IN THK WOULD.        t
Second—A policy with his company means a promise to pay, and Bote PAYS ALL CLAIMS
PROMPTLY.
Third—iPete is an old-timer, and everybody knows him and call rely on what he says.
Call at his office, JOHNSON BLOlJK, FIRST STREET, and consult him, He will he
pleased to give you any information regarding his company, and delights to explain the special
features of
cQi'e Climax Policy"
Nu other travel-booh tells us much about the Great Northwest as Hoe*
r'^iMff^^^W^^n^„. J3        *S fmfft.0*99
I>''l"i i-ileal witli Paa-lt Sound, tin. Columbia River
'{wO i Indians, tin* tlltterrost Range ol Montana,
the Ifellowitoue Notional Park.
SEND    IT    TO   YOUR   EASTERN   FRIENDS
Tliere'" not bins better us a guide to t be Hpleuded country
between tin- Mississiiipi ant) the thle waters of the
PttPlflo. SiMiii six oents for a copy, or send the sixcents
with the address of tin- friend lo whom."Wonderland
ItU" is to be mailed, tn
A, M.( l.l'7\bANI),(ien. Prths'jrr A^eiit,
St. Paul, Minn.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILW'Y
Three Trains Dally in each direction between St. Paul, Minneapolis
In.hull iind Superior, and the
• eat Pacific Northwest
mm
G. A. RJ
Rates
On account of the National Encampment of the Grand. $
Army of the Republic in Minneapolis, Aug. 13-18, the
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Will sell round-trip tickets from Grand Forks to
St.  Paul   and   Minneapolis
FOR $52.50
Tickets on Sale  August 7, 8 and 9.    Final Return Limit,
October 81.    For further particulars see
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
The Sun job department i.s tbe
only olliee in the Boundary that is
kept strictly up to date. Weave
the Tiffany of our town in our line
of business.
Stock Certificates printed at The
Sun job oflice.
. Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for OOe nt tho Lion Bottling  Works.

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