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Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, October It, 1906
Semf-Weekly—$1.00 Per Year In Advance
KILLED Jl MEN
J. A. Dale Committed Double
Murder in Carmi Sunday
Evening
Captured in This City, and
Attempts to End Life by-
Suicide
Tho second act in the shooting affray which took place at Carmi last
Sunday evening, was transferred to
this city Wednesday morning. The
story of the double murder is as follows: On Sunday evening Petor
Godereau and Joseph Celle went up
from Beaverdell to Carmi, going to J.
A. Dale's boarding house for supper,
David Smith was also there. During
the course of the meal a quarrel urose
between Dale and the two Frenchmen, Godereau and Celle. It was
uot considered a serious quarrel, and
no fatal ending* was anticipated.
After supper Godereau and Celle, ao-
compannied by Smith, went to the
former's cabin to spend the evoning.
They bad not been there long before'
. they were surprised by a rifle bullet
crashing through the window and
lodging in Smith's shoulder. Two
more shots were fired in rapid succession, and the two other occupants of
the cabin were stricken, Godereau
receiving a wound in the neck, while
Celle was shot in the breast just below
tho heart. Both men died almost inst mtly. Smith remained conscious
and was able to.walk out of the cabin
and across to the postoffice, where he
informed some eight men who had
gathered there of what Bod happened,
Dale meanwhile went into the cabin
and viewed his bloody work." He
He then started for the postoffice,
firing as he went, one of the bullets
entering by way of the window, but
without doing any damage. Among
those inside was Jim Dale, uncle of
the murderer. By this time the men
had secured arms and went out to
capture Dale, but he took refuge, in an
empty cabin nearby, and from his secure post kept his would-be capturers
at bay. The man seemed crazy for
blood, and stood ready to shoot on
sight. The night was pitchy dark
and the men were afraid tp surround
the cabin and bring the man to terms,
lest they shoot each other and add
still more lives to the list. For some
time they managed to keep him in
the cabin, awaiting daylight to come
to their aid, but about 1 a.m. he gave
them the ship and eseaped to the hills.
From that time he was lost sight ot
until he was captured by Provincial
Constable I. A, Dinsmore in this city
on Wednesday morning.
Mr. Dinsmore was notified from
Midway that Coroner Black, of Greet)-,
' wood, had held an inquest over the
remains of Godereau and Celle, and
that » bench warrant had been issued
for the arrest of Dale, and he was instructed to be on the lookout fdr the
murderer.
When the Great Northern Midway
Spokane psssonger train pulled into
the station Wednesday morning Mr,
Dinsmore went through the coaches,
but he could find no one that answered the description of the man he
wunted, and he so informed the conductor.     The  conductor,   however,
who had been requested by the constable at Midway to be on the lookout for the criminal, pointed out a
man whom he thought answered j
Dale's description. Mr. Dinsimre
took a seat besides the man, and said,
"Hello, Smith." "My name is not
Smith," answered the man. "I am
James A. Dale."
Cont'table Dinsmore thereupon arrested the man and brought him down
town, locking him up in the provincial jail. Shortly afterwards Mr.
Dinsmore again had occasion to visit
the jail, and he discovered that during
his absence Dale hnd attempted suicide.
The prisoner was lyfSg oil the
couch bleeding profusely from the
neck. Upon investigation it was
found that the man had tried to cut
his throat with an old table knife
that had been left in tho jail by a former prisoner. The knife was very
dull and the point had been broken
off, but nevertheless Dale Juid -made
two attempts to stab himself in the
neck. The larynx had also been
severed in two places, and other bad
gishes were discovered,
Drs. Dickson and .Kingston were
summoned, and they sewed up the
gashes in the man's neck, and he was
removed to the hospital, and the indications at present are that he will recover, although he is scarcely able to
sjieak above u whisper.
"Provincial Constable Thomet, of
Midway, was in the city yesterday,
and bad a look at the prisoner. He
stated that on his recovery, Dale
would probably be iemoved to the
Greenwood jail.
Dale is about 27 years of age, and
has lived in the West fork district fer
ahout five years. When under the
influence of liquor he is said to have
been very quarrelsome.
NEWS OFTHE CITY
Thanksgiving Ball of the Athletic Association Was a
Success
Boundary Iron  Works   Will
Soon Be in Operation
Again
ma, where he was culled to testify in
a case of a man having brought a
woman into the country for immoral
purposes. The man was fined $200
and sentenced to six years in the penitentiary, and the Woman wus deported to Greenwood.
, Roscian Opera Company
For almost a year Mr. Johnson
lias been trying tp pursuude this com
pany to play here, and now that it is
an assured fact that they will come
there is no doubt the people of the
district will appreciate his efforts.
The Roscian Opera Company has
played recent engagements in Spokane, Seattle, Portland Salt Luke,
and other large cities across the line,
and contemporary reports pronounce
them one of best musical organizations
on the road.
The selection for presentation here
is Gilbert k Sullivan's comic opera
"The Mikado." Beuutiful ocstumes,
beautiful scenery, and elaborate light
ing effects are carried by the coinpany
Among the principal singers are
F. M. Walters, the famous tenor; Miss
Lucia Nola, soprano, who was with
Savage's Grand Opera Company last
year; Miss Winnifred Crowley, u Ross
laud girl, well known here. She has
the part of Pettising since going into
opera, and has made a decided hit in
many of tfie best musical cities. Mr.
Flauelle, the comedian, is said to be
the funniest that ever played "Koko,"
and Carrie Godfray, as "Katishi,"
will make every one laugh. The
chorus of ten pretty girls and six men
make an effective backing for the prin
cipals. There are twenty-six people in
the company and they are all fine
singers as well as clever actors.
Mr. Johnson's contract with this
company binds him to a large guarantee, and the public will be quick to
appreciate his efforts to provide good
attractions. The house should be fill
ed to capacity.
Easily the social event of the season
was the ball li»*l night given by the
Amateur Athletic association. This
the different committees hud aimed
to tnuke it, and that they succeeded
hugely everyone who attended stunds
ready to testify. Never on any previous occasion has the opera house
been so handsomely decorated as lust
night, nor has a larger number «f
people assembled to enjoy themselves
ou a waxed floor in the city than on
this occasion. Music of a most de
lightful kind was rendered by the
Grand Forks orchestra, lead by Mr.
Graham, violinist, of Spokane. At
the midnight hour the large assemblage repaired to the dining room of
the Windsor Cafe, which had been
tastily decorated for the occasion.
Caterer Sloan of this popular place
had prepared a meal that would make
the chef of the -Waldorf-Astoria sit up
and get busy, and the crowd was
unanimous in the opinion that it was
the best spead they had set down to
wi Jiin the limits of the Boundary
c mntry. Taken ull in all the whole
affair was an unbounded success, so
cia,lly and financially, and one long to
be remembered.
A carload of spikes for the Kettle
Valley line arrived the other dny.
It should indicate that tracklaying
will soon be commenced.
GRANBYWIJRE
Predicted Production for 1907
About 25 Million Pounds
of Copper
A party of local men will leave for
Gloucester camp tomorrow' to inspect the M. S. property.
CHURCH SERVICES
METHODIST Chukch—Services on
Sunday next at usual hours. Morning subect, "MakingOurOwn World."
Evening subject, "Life's Mystery."
If not worshipping elsewhere you are
heartily invited to all our services.
E. Manuel, pastor. ,
The locol conference will parade to
the church on Sunday, November 4th,
lit 11 a. m. for speciul worship.
All the material for the new buildings of the Boundary Iron Works is
now on the ground, and Manager
Brown informs The Sun that inside
of a couple of weeks the plant will
again be in operation. Mr. W. Carter
has charge of the building department, and rapid progress is at present
being mude. About the only thing
that can now pvevent the early completion of the plant is inclement
weather. Orders for work have already been received from the Greenwood and l'oundury Fulls smelters.
A squud of practiced foot bull players came down from Phoenix yesterday to show the Grand Forks hoys
how to play the game. Our boys
hastily organized u picked up eleven
and repaired to the field of battle
determined to make an heroic stand
whutevei the outcome might be. Al
tho close of the game it was* found
that Grand Forks hail the long end of
the doal by a score of il io 1 —and the
Phoenix ugregation dejectedly went
homo to do somo moro practicing.
At a meeting pf the band association tomorrow (Saturday) night, the
question of giving a home-tulent minstrel show the coming winter will be
discussed. As Grand Forks has a
good line of vaudeville lights there is
not the remotest doubt that such an
entertainment can successfully lie
carried out here, as in other towns
with not half the talent. All who
are interested should attend the meeting tomorrow night in the hand room.
Fred McKeehan, United States immigration inspector at this port, has
returned from a trip to North Ynki-
On a $100 Par Value Basis,
the Stock Now Sells for
$148 Per Share
Notice to Fruit Growers
To Whom it Mav Concern:
Notice is hereby given, subject to
tho regulations of the provincial board
of horticulture, that all fruit put on
the market in this province, infected
with scale, insect pests, or fungus
disease, of any kind, will be quarantined, and if necessary, destroyed.
Your attention is called to the faot
thut British Columbia has become one
of the competitive fruit growing districts of tho world, and it lies with
the fruit growers themselves to see
thut they maintain a good reputation
ond by so doing, insure the success of
what should be one of the most profitable industries of the province.
Each district should assume the responsibility of. it reputation, and the
board of horticulture will give some
mark of encouragement to the cleanest and best kept district; and it will
be public information for anyone to
know which are the most neglected,
and buyers and shippers will judge
accordingly.
After the work of harvesting the
crop is over, the trees should be thoroughly pruned; cut out all poor wood
und large laterals that ure crowding
the tree; this allows you to spray to
udvuntage, and gives tho tree a chance
to breathe, and the sun a chance to
purify the wood and mature the fruit.
When the trees are thoroughly
pruned make a clean job of gathering
together ull the brush and rubbish
cut from them, along with tho discarded windfalls and decayed fruit
that may lie lying around, and burn
it; the ashes of which will make a
better fertilizer than the old decayed
mutter, reeking with fungus spots and
dormant insects.
Then get a spray pump to work,
capable of developing a good high
pressure, and apply the lime, sulphur
und suit, or lyo und blucstone formula
which ever appeals to your judgment,
and make sure that you cover every
part of • the tree. Repeat tho operation just before the buds open m the
spring.
The success of your lime, sulphur
and salt formula depends upon thorough mixing and boiling, and applying at a temperature of not less than
ninety degrees, just as hot as you can
bear your hand, in the spray tank.
".Whatever you do, do it thoroughly"
—From circular issued by Provincial
Fruit inspector.
Montreal, Oct. 18.—For the yeui
ended June 30, the Granby Consoli-
duted produced, in rouud figures 20
million pounds of copper and earned
for its stock holders $l,823,000,wliich
wus equal to $13,50 per share! figuring the stock on the busis of 810') pur
value, although the company has nol
us yet put into effect its proposed
plun to increuse the pur value of its
shares from 810 to $100. This plan
will, however, soon be put into effect.
On u 8100 par value basis the stock is
now selling at 8148 per share.
During the year ended June 30 the
company's production averaged about
81,650,000 pounds of refined copper
per month, and since the close of its
fiscal year it has not been able to
improve much on this production, but
it is a sufe estimate that for the year
to end June 30, 1907, the production
will be about 25 million pounds, by
reason of increased smelter facilities.
It would appeur to be safe to place
-ihe profits on this production at ten
cents per pound, which would indi
cate earnings of §2,500,000, equd to
818.50 per share on 135,000 sliares.
This about limits the Granby's possi-
bilites for the coming year.
CITY NEWS
Another bunch of Hindus landed
in the city yesterday from Vancouver, and the C.T.R. station after
the arrival of the train resembled a
chorus scene in a comic opera. "All
the world's a stage." Wbat part
will tbese "foreigners" play after
railway construction is completed?
On Tuesday morning, after it hud
become generally known that the city
had purchased the much talked of
team, a prominent citizen walked into
The Sun office and offered to bet**?50
to 5 cents that there wasn't a member
of tho present council, excepting Aid.
Cooper, thut could be reelected. We
didn't take the bot. We haven't any
5-cent pieces to throw away.
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. A. Fraser left
for their future home in Victoria lust
Wednesday evening. A lurge number uf their friends,were at the station
to bid them farewell. Mr. Fraser
has beon closely identified with the
growth of the Boundary country for
tho past nine years, and the family
carried with them tho best wishes of
the entire community for their future
prosperity.
At the council meeting last Monday night a resolution was passed to
establish a city pond at the West end
school grounds. On the following day
The Sun was informed that the school
trustees had icfuscd to allow tho
grounds to be used for this purpose.
Evidently the city council has another
knotty problem to solve.
Neil McCalluin, tho West end real
estate agent, reports having sold a
number of lots on Government avenue
recently. GENER'IONS OF GOOD TIME
IN YOUR WATCH
i
FRICTION
THE ENEMY
Therefore pivots are Hiioly
poltshed, jewels of ruby or sapphire, the oil carefully refined
—all to reduce friction on sin-ii
li-'uriiijrs. The hulunca revolves
432,000 times daily.
ASTOUNDING.
ISN'T IT?
Yet if donned nnd oiled yearly
a watch will run for peiiera-
tions; hut if iif*-gleatod it inunt.
with much rt'iiscd'ss toil, near
Itself to ruin in arn'mnulutlui-*-
dirt and oorroditiK oil.
Let us examine it, An honesty
opinion from  iu wit) coat yofi
m-thing.
•We guarantee prompt
delivery of all repairs.
J. A. HARTLEY C8I, CO.,
Expert Watchmakers, Jewellers
and Opticians,
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Hodges Promoted
At the annual (*eneral mi*i-tins*
the  Granby   Consolidated, held   re
cently at the company'-* office in
New York, it wns decided to create a
new   office, that uf local   inaneeer,
Be a Strong Nan
SI}*-? EbjMtng §mt
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livery Tuesday ami i'Viday Kveniiitrs.
R. A.Evans  Editor and Publisher
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 19013
The present city council appears
to have a faculty for doing things
that the ratepayers would rather have
undone. We doubt if there-is more
than a dozen citizens who favored
the purchase of the city team under
the circumstances. In the first
place, the turning down of the report of a veterinary surgeon of Dr.
Tamblyn's acknowledged ability,
and taking in preference the word
of every Tom, Dick and Harry, is
incomprehensible to a mnn who is
not a practical politician; and second, the animals are blemished, and
if the city should ever want to dispose of them, it is doubtful if one-
half the price paid for them could
be realized. The fact that they were
faulty was well known to the members of council, .ind yet they paid a
fancy price for them. It is on this
account that a great deal of the opposition to the council's action is
based. Had the horses been from
blemish, and the price the ruling
market value, the question whether
to buy or not would then have resolved itself into a simple business
proposition, i'ut under thecircum-
stances. we repeat that the council's
action passeth understanding.
The Victoria Times still insists
that Hon. Richard McBride will appeal to the country before another
session of the house, and that he
will dissolve tho legislature shortly
after hie return from Ottawa.
Aside from the general prosperity
of tbe community, there never was
a time when the citizens of Grand
Forks bad more cause for thanksgiving than yesterday. The term of
the present city only lasts about two
in mths mora.
In Chicago, hist week, an actress
was granted a divorce, and went into
an adjoining state and was remarried
inside of three minutes after the decree wns issued. A man usually displays better judgment-
The Grand Forks "coal barons"
gave thanks yesterday because the
provincial government had left
them their homes.
and A. B. \V. Hodges, who has acted ns general superintendent of the
company for over two years, was
raised to that position. There will
probably be no change iu the duties
of Mr. Hodges, which are thnt of
general supervision of the operations
of the eompany at both the mines
and smelter. The friends of Mr.
Hodges will be pleased to note .that
tho good work which he has done foi
the company, and thus forthe Bonn-,
dary as a whole, bus been recognized
by the board of directors.
Following is a full list of fifteen
Granbydirectors elected at the annual meeting, and tin* officers olios, n
by the directors:
President,.!. Langeloth; vice-president and general manager. Jay IV
Graves; vice-president, George Martin Luther; vice-president, George
Crawford Clink .1 r.;directors, George
F. Baker Jr., George Crawford Clark
Jr., George Crawford Clark, Jay P.
Graves, H. I. Higginson, B. Hochs-
child, Arthur C. James, J. Langeloth, George Martin Luther, Win. H.
Nichols, W. H. Robinson, Snulnrd
H. Steele, Edwin Thome, A. L.
White and Payne Whitney.
The secretary is Northrup Fowler,
and the treasurer G. W. Wooster;
transfer agents, American Loan <ft
Trust coinpany, Boston; registrar,
Boston Safe Deposit & Trust company.
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. i enery, restore vim and force to your
overworked body. Ferrozone will do
4his as did fnr Walter Wood, Beau-
port, N. H , who writes: J"I can say
Ferrozone has giv,-n me a new lease of
Don't Use Greasy Llnlmnnts
A century ago they wero popular:
Today people want soinetlmig easy to
apply, certain In results, and above
all a clean liniment. When Nerviline ia applied aches and pains disappear as the pores absorb its soothing
healing properties. Nerviline penetrate to the core of the pain, eases instantly, and leaves no oily bad smelling memory behind. Good to take
in, capital to rub on, and five times
more powerful in destroying pain than
any oily liniment. Don't fail to get
a large 25c bottle.
"DletJ
Fred Gunderson, a nephew of John
Lind, of the Square hotel, died in
Greenwood yesterday. The remains will
be brought to this city tomorrow, and
the burial will take place at the union
cemetery in this city on Sund.iy forenoon, under the auspices of the Grand
Forks union. All members are requested to attend.
COOK—Desires position either in
town or country. Apply at L. Johnson's Cleaning House.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished.rooms
with bath, near the smelter.  Apply
at Mrs. Ritchie's.
One of the Saddest Stories
First it was a cold, neglected"!if
course, and catarrh developed. Nothing was done and consumption followed. Watch the little oold, keep it
from growing by'using Catarrhozone
Nothing simpler than inhaling the
germ-killing vapor of this grand reme
dy. Colds uud catarrh lleo as bofrjri
fire. Every truce of throat and bron
chial trouhlo yields iunnediatelv
Catarrhozone is scientific and absolutely guaranteed for preventing au I
curing catarrh'and kindred ills. Tw
sizes, 25c rnd 81, at all dealers.
Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50o at the Lion Bottling  Works.
Hnd by Lightning
Neatly describes the celerity ol
Putnam's Corn Extractor. Roots
cornB out in short order. Causes no
pain, leaves no scar, and gives better
satisfaction. Remember there is onlv
one "best"—that's Putnam's— fifty
years iu use.
life. A year ago I suffered so frnm
nervous exhaustion t was scarcely
able to drag myself around. My appetite was gone, I had no oulur or ambition and felt used up. One box of
Ferrozone started ine back to health.
I took a number of boxes and my
health was cnraplisWly-restored*" For
men who are tired, pa'e, ii:*rvoas and
thin-blndili'd nothing compares with
J'Vrroz me.    50c per I) ix at all dealers
NOTICE
Notice is liKfeHv given that -I hav '
s'--ireda Bi'• ost'r's license in the
City of G.and Forks, whereby I will
hei'.'itftor lum* 4tx."ii*.VKi«iiitr<>! of tin*
bill posting, poster- nlverti'sing and
the distribution nf circulars within
th* limits of said City, I have the
inly, license in til" eity for this class
of work, and warn all parties to refrain   from  ii(friiiging  on   in\-    legal
hts. All work carefully ami prompt
ly attended to. -
Joseph Sciinavelv.
The Linn Bottling Works are sell'
ing (lonjerham k Wort's Rye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canadu-
I'ni $.1.00 per gallon:
OAND FORKS OPEM HOUSE
FRIDAY, OCT. 26
r__/\ttraction
Extraordinary
Roscian
Opera Company"
26-CLEVER ARTISTS-26
Under the Management of
WM. CRANSTON
In Gllbi r* A Sullivan's most famoiii
Comic Opera,
The Mikado
Positively the Lur-yest Opera Company that
ever appeared in Urand Forks.
PRICES.  -  $1.50 AND $1.00
Heats       Sule at Woodland's Drugstore.
mm
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
IT ALSO keeps them new. There -will
be no old, dull looking furniture or
dingy woodwork in homes where thii
wonder-worker it used. No refinithing or
revamuhing necessary. Liquid Veneer is
not a varnish, but a surface food and
cleaner that builds up the original finish
and makes it brighter than ever.
It instantly restores the brilliant newness
and finish of Pianos, Furniture, Picture
Frames, Interior Woodwoik, Hardwood
Floors* and all polished, varnished or
enameled surfaces. Removes scratches,
stains, dirt and dullness.
a A child can apply it. Nothing but a
piece of cheese cloth is needed and then
is no drying to wait for.
NEW SIZE PACKAGES
4-ounce bottla 25 cU.
12-ounce bottla 60 eto.
SOLD BY
W. K. G. MANLY
QRAND  F0RK8. B. C.
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
"Many a true word  is spoken in
jest."
The Purest and Best in the City.
On Draught Exclusivel-/* at
Largest ^Assortment
Of New Goods ever brought to the city to select trom. When
you want Clothes, come in and see what PRACTICAL TAILORS W&
doing before buying elsewhere.    We are selling
SUITS FROM $17.00 UP
OVERCOATS FROM$17.00 UP
PANTS FROM $5.50 UP
_3     Guarantee Fit—and  when   we  wuy fit, we mean what  we
No trouble to show goods.
EO. E. REASSIE HEL.ABTLnA.LIlH
"WWEEKKSSLE-J
THE  VICT
OTEL
Presevring Fruit
The largest stock in the city.
Every variety.    Prices right.
Flour and Groceries
Wc handle the hest of everything.
«•"* A trial order will convince you.
LAWSON, BAKER <& GEORGE
General Grocers
RHONE NO. 12
8ECCNO STREfcT
A. Erskine Smith & Co
. IF YOU INTEND  TRAVELLING   _
To Franklin Camp by Stage, Private Vehicle, Freight Team or
Horseback, ask for our prices.
Bridge and First Sts
P. BURKS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
cTWEATS
Fish and Game iii Season
GRAND FORKS
. B. C J
SPECIAL
ROUND-TRIP
RATES
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Los Angeles and Return, 881.HO.
Pasadena and Return, $82.30. t
Tickets on sale daily, limit 3 months.
[he Comfortable Way From Grand Forks
To Seattle in 20 hours.
To Vancouver in 29 hours.
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
BRAND FORKS. B. O.
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We are going to sell out our Entire
Stock of Merchandise, consisting of
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, FURNISHING GOODS,
Dry Goods, Crockery, Notions, Paints
and Oils, Hats, Caps, and Stationery,
cAt Prices That Will
Give Everyone a Chance
to Save Some Money"
c/4s we only aim to get the Cost of the Good, and in
many instances not even that.   We will also sell:
H
ft
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ft
ft
ft
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Scales
Safes
Printing Press
Show Cases
Counter
Cash Register
Typewriter
Mimiograph
Wagons
Cutter and Harness
Egry Registers
Desks
Addressograph
Buggy
Tools
tJlND cALL
' Household Effects
Consisting of Piano, Book Case,  Chairs, Tables, Dining Room Sets, Stoves, Sideboard, Bedsteads, Bedroom Sets, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Pictures, Wardrobes, Etc.
Our Space does not permit us to name prides, but anyone interested we
will ask to call and get the same, and remember that
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE IS REDUCED IN PRICE
Drugs and Patent Medicines I Flow, best Red, White and Blue, per bbl. ot 200 lbs - $4.75
15 per cent off Coal Oil, Eocem, per case, -     ,   - > $3.75
Stationery    -      -     25 per cent off | Soap, 100 bars,      - — - - •      $3.75
I
Star, per plug - - 45c
Red Bell, per plug - 45c
Union Leader    -    -   45c
ALL SALES ARE FOR CASH ONLY
S3
PETER B. NELSON CO., DANVILLE,WN.| 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.
'   ImptteTJof 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, and guarantee satisfaction.
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Phone 30 - Opposite C.P.R. Station
W PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FBESH STOOK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
rlotel  Valhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Acconuhodations for
Transients. Smeltennen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplied with the Best the
Market Aftords.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always  in  Stock at the Bar.
S. NELSON, PROPRIETOR
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1906 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and   will  be  sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SCIGARSTORE
THE COM-O-tTABlC WAV.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
Leave
Spokane, Seattle, I
Kverett, Helling-
Imin, Vanoouver, |
Victoria and  all [
Coast polnta |
Spokane, Fernie.
Winiilpeg.StPaiil
and Mi'im-npolis..
5:05 p.m.
■ Northport. Koss-
lan'l, Nelson, Kiis-
| lo and Sandon....
| Republic, Curlew
5:15 p.m. I uud Ferry (Mid-
ay)
5:05 p.m.
10:05 a.m.
jjTgjj P-m-1 Phoenix, B.C. ... I  9:-5 h.h
■jEO. CHAPFLE,    Opposite Pisiofltce
Connnecting at Spokane.with the famous
'ORIENTAL LIMITED"
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
From Spokane for Winni peg, St. Paul.
Minneapolis, St. Louis, Chicago and all
points eust.
For complete information, rates,
berth icservatlqns, etc., vail ou or address,
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
Grand Forks.
S. G. YERKES, A.G. I*. A..
Seattle.
P
acrsree
OFP. C.F.R. STATION
first-Class ta Every Respect.
iimjlc Rooms (ci G.i.i..i.*rci.il
Travelers.
1-m and Cold Baths.
iSAR IN CONNEQTO***:
Finest BraiKi *.! -V'tatt,
Liquors and Cifars.
CHAS. PETEKSM, Prep.
i-*
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11T s^flr****fTMl ff*T1*«gi
lilKiii ■^**^iW
1 CHRISTMAS PHOTOS
R. H. TRUEMAN, the well
known Vancouver Photographer,
will be at Blome's Old Studio,
Bridge Street, November 10th.
for a few days only*
This Will be Your Only Opportunity to Secure      -•*
Christmas Photos
Old Age Pensions
At Ihe Union Congress in Liverpool at which there Vere thirty-two
Lahor Members of Parliament, Mr.
G. X. Barnes, of the Amalgamated
Society of Engineers, said: "the
question of old-age pernsions had
been discussed by the Congress before, and he hoped the resolution
would be again adopted with the
same unanimity of spirit and determination as would convince the
powers that be that they meant
business. Of two mill'ons of people
in this country over 65 years of age,
it might be roundly said there were
about one million on the verge of, or
submerged in, poverty, and 400,000
to 500,000 of those were actually dependent .upon Burnl le lorn (Official
Parish Relief) forthe bare necessities
of life. That was a state of things
altogether discreditable to a rich and
powerful country.
"Superanuation merely touched
the fringe of the question. They
sought old-age pensions for all wl.o
had conformed j*> the law nnd helped to build up the wealth of the
country. If trade unions exerted
their strength the old-age pensions
w iuld form an item in the Government program next year."
British Columbia and Canada nie
i l the first blush of youth. The land
belongs to the people. The people
have the riglit to provide for their
own future, in their legislative halls,
in any way they may decide. There
is no reason why five acres out o
every thousand acres of land belonging to the people should not be allocated for the purposes of paying
old-age pensions. An act might be
passed setting aride public lands so
as to provide a fund for old-age pensions, and a committee should be ap-
jointed, in whom the land shot Id
be vested. The committee shiuld
have the right to select lund from
time to time in new localities, having a promising future, with certain
limitations. If this is done the
nucleus of an "Old-Age Pension
Fund" would be created.
Every man and woman should be
entitled to a pension at the age of
55, increasing at the age of 60 and
65 yenrs. In certain cases of incapacity, even before the age of 55,
a pension should be paid. The
sooner the nation becomes a self-help
community—a truly co-operative
community,—the sooner will be realized a true condition of socialism,
wherein the Crown will be equally
honored witb the lowliest laborer,
as all good *nen can find opportunities for labor, in their sphere, for
the good of all. /Xo man can estimate the millions of lives saved by
King Edward by his tact and diplomacy in Europe.
There would probably not be any
necessity to draw from the public
fuiids nfter the first twenty years, as
land, totally valueless today, would
increase lapidly as railways open.up
the country.
The people should also take similar measures to provide funds for
provincial universities.
Frank Richards,-J. P.
Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 5, 1906.
TOPICS Of THE TOWN
Bicyci.es and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1906 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to runt. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
ASSAYING
C.S. BAKER
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER AND ORE
SHIPPERS' A6ENT
Samples Olvni Prompt Attention.
Correspondence Solicited.
Complete Superintendence of Ore Shipments.
F. 0. BOX 43 PB0HE 53
RIVERSIDE AVE., GRAND FORKS, B.C.
*f=
Select Vour Medicine Wlth.care
In dibility and weekness medicine
should be mild and far-reaching
Many pill and purgatives are to harsh,
me dpi-*tic instead of curative. Ex-
oestlive action is always followed by
depression, uud kuowing this, I)r.
Hamilton devised his pills of Mandrake and Butternut, so as to mildly
increase liver and kidney activity,
Hush nut the elementary canal, tone
mid regulate the bowels. Thus do
Ur. Hamilton's Pills eliminate poisons
from I lie body, restor clearness to the
skin, Hiing strength and that sweet
restorer of health—sleep. Best medicine ull earth] 25c per box at all
dealers,
THE
=^
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
und the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Booms In the City
■	
■
First and Bridge Strests
SPOKANE OFFICE :
110   WASHINGTON     ST
WRITE FOB CATALOGUE.
Jf
FRANKLIN AND GLOUCESTER
=STAGE=
LEAVES
Wtntilpeir Hotel,.-,. 7:!)iju.iii.
ProvltlflQ Hotel.,.. 7:15 ii.in.
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS
FREIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING
To any part of the North
Fork Country
Saddle and Pack Horses
and Feud Stable at upper end.
L. A. SNYDER, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
P. O. BOX 97.
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
R. C. MPCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
-Filing,Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street        Grand Forks, B. C.
SIGN  OF  THE   BEST
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor.
r.*••?-. Route of the famous and favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRAINS--3
-BJIWIU-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
—ALSO—
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
—BETWEEN-
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
eo years' PDLLMAIT. TOURIST SLEEPERS
EXPERIENCE      and Dining Car Service on all Trains.
Trade Marks
Desi-bn*
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone tending a sketch and dMorlptlon may
 ■„ ..... - w(|tju	
Tornn
on I
.—  ._. jaen**"** for Bocurlng paten	
Patents taken tnmu^ti Muiyi k Co. receivs
fiether an
 _,... , , _.   Communlca-
tioni«iicUfc-»iindeii..Ai. HANDBOOK on Ptteou
f-nloklr ascertain our opinion free
nvaiitlon to""-	
tions strictly  — .., „„.,.
lent free, oldest a-renT for securing
invention is prohably piiLeiitabl
special notice, without clinroo. iu tbe
Scientific J:m\tm.
A handsomely lllustrate-l ^eoklr- Ijinrest circulation of nny Hntaiil!ii<. j-"-. nni. Terms, |3 a
year: four months, It. .Su!-'hyall newsdealers.
MlWN&Co«~*. New York
Branch Office. Stt F P!.. WHohlofton. D. C.
I!
fi
a -Jul
Hc?.vy anil Llglit Dray Work
/Wended to Promptly
Pi-ST^ers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
---■"* •*,,
TELEPHONE A129
•SH-V-II FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Prnrhi-komi   Huos., Props.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made at St. Paul
^and St. Louis in Union Depots foi all
points East and SoufclrE*****-
To enable parties wnu so desire-to visit
fiic-mis and ^relatives in the Kiist during the
summer season of ,1906, the NORTHERN PACIFIC will on JULY Und and SJd, AlOUST
7th, 8tfi and 0th, and. SEPTEMBER 8th and
liitli ««ll round-trip tickets from points in
this territory to Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, 0"-aha and Kansas City at one
lowest first class fare plus Ten Dollars, with
final return limit ninety days from date of
sale, hut not heyoud October 31st, 1UO0.
Extremely low rates are In effect from
February 19th to April 7th and September
1.1th to October HUt, lflOtt, from all points in.
• tlm East to points, iu this territory. If you
'de-iire to send for a friend or relative on
i tbete rntes we telegraph tickets to hut-tern.
! points without extra-cost.
The NOTHEKN PACIFIC have all -in*
noiiiiced very low round-trip rntes from
points in the Eust to points in this territory,
nud tickets will be on sale from .Mine 1st to
September I5th Inclusive, final limit for return October Slut, 1906.
For further Information address any one or
undersigned.
A. J). Charlton,    G.A. Mitchell
A.G. P. A., Gen. Art.,
Portland,Ore.    Spokane, VVush.
\V. H. Ude,
Travi-liug IVsenn-er Agent,
Spokane, Wash •*.
NOTICE
In the matter of the "Land Retflstry Act,"
aud hi the matter of the Title to An undivided '4 interpt-t In purt of Lot 7(H), Group!,
Osoy mi<   Pivi im,, Ynle District.
WHKHEAS, ' VrtificHte of Title of Lloyd
A. Mnul.v, hi-irtir Certificate of Title No.
7«Wt», tn- tiie iilnive hereditamnuts. hat been
\o,t or destroyed, and application hns been
mu'le to me for a duplicate thereof.
NOTICE is hereby given thnt a duplicate
Certllleate nf Title to the ubove hereditaments wilt be issued et the exuirntion oi
one month from thn date hereof, unless in
the meantime valid objection to the contrary be made to me in writing.
W. H. EDMONDS,
District Registrar,
Dated September 10.1906.   - Kamioops, B.C.
WANTED—Tie makers; 12c for
7.6 ties. Apply G. L. Woodard,
Grand FoYks, or Kettle Valley line
grade, 12 miles north of city.
NOTICE
(Viol"Ice IS HEREBY given that tbe under-
11 signed, John Carlson, holder of an hotel
Honor license, for the Fife Hotel, situate at
I'ifi* Station on th*Columbia and Western
Railway, will at the first meeting of I he License Commissioners for the Grand Fork*
License District, next after the last publication of this notice for DO days, apply to said
License Commissioners to transfer said hotel
lu-jiior •license Tor said Fife Hotel'to John
•IrtcltNoti of Fife aforesaid.
Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, 11th September, im.
JOHN CARLSON
NOTICE
IN the matter of the "Lan I Registry Aot"
-mid In the malter of tbe title to Lot IU Block
fl IMati 52, in tbe City of Grand Forks, B. C.
WHEREAS, Certificate of title of William
Thompson, deceased; to the above here-llt-
Hineiit-i has been lust or destroyed, and application lias been, made to me for a duplicate thereof.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a duplicate
Certificate of title to the above hereditaments will he Issue at the expiration of
one month hereof, unless In tbe meantime
valid objection to the contrary be made to
me in writing.
Dated 22nd September. 1906.
^ W. H. EDMONDS,
District Registrar.
Kamloops, B .,

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