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Grand Forks, B. C, Erlday, July 20, 1906
Seml-Ieekly-'H.OO Per Year In Advance
SAME OLD HOWL
.1.  H.
Provincial politics wan very brief. He
attempted to justify his vote on the
Columbia it Western land grunt by
saying that it was merely ratifying
an agreement, and not voting a sub-
Hawthornthwaite,  Socialist sidy.    Anyway,   the  working  people
member of the provincial legislatui
for Nanaimo, spoke in* the opera
house for three hours last night on the
"coining campaign." The speech had
very little in common with provincial
politics. It was really a charactistic
solistic talk, and a number of astounding statements were made.
Aid. McDonald occupied the chair,
and introduced the speaker to a fair-
sized audience. Mr. Hawthorntwaite
opened his remarks by stating that all
modern calamities, including the San
Francisco earthquake, had been attributed to him.
in semi-civilized countries the working men are trying to obtain their
rights with the bayonet, but the English-speaking wage slave could work
out his own salvation through education and the ballot box. The working man of today was as much a chattel slave as he had been in the feudal
ages. Money was not wealth, nor
could it produce wealth. Wealth consisted of commodities—not money.
The working class created all wealth,
and possessed all the intelligence in
human society today. The law of
supply and demand and competition
regulated the price of labor, whioh was
barely enough to feed and clothe the
workingman and to enable him to
perpetuate the human race. Socialists and trades unionists often clashed.
The trades unionists thought the socialists were fanatics, and the socialists
thought the trades unionist*! were
fools. He gave the trades unionists
credit for having made fights that had
heen the wonder of the world. But
in spite of thc trades unions, wages in
the Klondike had constantly decreased. There was no difference in the
chattel slave of the feudal ages andjjof
today, as he was still compelled to
sell his labor to the capitalistic class.
The capitalist robbed the working-
man, who produced enough in two
hours to pay his own wages. Capitalistic production was a skin game,
founded an robbery, It was based
upon absolute robbery anil absolute
rascality. The wage slave was robbed
of four-fifths of all that lie prod iced.
He was robbed of $8 per day, as it
required but two hours to earn his
own salary. The workingmen today
were buying diamonds for other men's
wives. If the people of Grand Forks
were wise they would immediately
kill the the board of trade and the
Issisters' club (if they had one), us
the growth of the city would be of
hem-lit to the workingman. In New
York City there were a half million
of workingmen who wen compelled to
live on charity. In twelve years from
now everybody would|he sociulist-i,whe-
ther they wanted to or not. Even
tin-pot politicians like Dicky McBride
and J. A. MacDonald would be social
ists. Overproduction would be the
main factor in bringing about this result. The workingman today was
prisiuccing so much thut he had to go
hungry and nearly naked. Capitalists were pirates—they knew no country, no flag. The yellow peril that
we heard so much about simply meant
that when the five hundred million
Chinamen in China were supplied
with modern machinery of production
the would swamp the world with
merchandise. A Chinaman could live
off the smell of an oil rag.
Mr.   Hawthornthwaite's   talk   on
>4h»Hy interested, as they
never acquired land. The Kaien Is
land deal scandal was also briefi-
passed over. He maintained that
it had been a good bargain for the
province. In the "coining election"
he would do his best to put Geo. A.
Fraser and Bob Green out of business.
Tne solialists would elect at least fifteen members. A socialist would
succeed Mr. Fraser.
CITY NEWS
A disastrous runaway, by which
.la.ncs McArdle, proprietor of the
Black Hawk livery barn, lost a buggy
and valuable horse, occurred yesterday afternoon. The teuin, while
standing at the C. P. R. station, became frightened and ran at a breakneck speed down to the barn across
the North Fork, where a couple of
employees attempted to stop them
The attempt, however, proved futile,
the animals taking fresh fright, and
starting down the Cascade road. A
short distance down the road the
buggy fell over a steep bank, taking
the horses with it. killing the animals
and breaking the vehicle into smithereens.
LORD'S DAY ACT!
el from the provisions of the met, but
in both Houses this proposed exemp
  tion was voted down by large major*
  . ities.      It  was  felt that  no special
I privileges should be given to any class,
J. G. Shearer, general  secretary ofiaml  ^ mch M  exelnpflon would
the Lord's Day alliance, furnishes to | make eva8i(m u{  the law eaay) would
the press the following statement in-j^ M unfail. lldvanta(?e to the ex.
A. W. B. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby Consolidated,
accompanied by Mrs. Hodges and
their daughters, are spending their
mid-summer vacation at the coast.
W. A. Ryan, a New York millionaire, and P. O'Farrell, the well known
newspaper correspondent, arrived in
the city lust Saturday in Mr. Evan's
private car. After making a hurried
trip to Franklin camp in company
with James McArdle, they returned
east.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give an ice cream social on last
Saturday of present month. Place
will be announced later.
"Doc" Murray, an employee of the
Pathfinder mine, met with an accident
by which he sustained  a   broken
yesterday ufternoon.
Chas. Fee, of this city, will shortly
open a general store in Franklin.
James, H. Kennedy, of Midway,
chief engineer of the Vancouver, Vic
toria k Eastern railway, was in the
city yesterday.
James ClupperUui, who has been
employed at the Granby smelter for
the past two years, left this morning
for Spokane, where he will enter the
employ of the Great Northern Railway company.
A dispatch from Fernie states that
it is related there Mint thc Granby
Consolidated Mining and Smelting
c impuny of Grand Forks have closed
a contract with the Crow's Nest Pass
Coal company for a full supply of
coke to fill their requirements for the
next three years.
Geo. A. MacLeod returned from
Franklin ut noon today. He reports
that the government wagon road was
completed to the camp yesterday afternoon, und the eyent wus celebrated
by the entrance of about twenty-nve
teams to the future metropolis of the
North Fork country.
dicating in popular terms, the scope
nnd value, from the view point of the
alliance, of the first Canadian Lord's
Duy act.
Already very different estimates
have appeared in the public press.
Some have said the Act is dead, others
that it iB useless, on the one hand ;and
and in the other, there are those who
consider it the best Lord's Day act on
the statute books of any country;
others that it is in many particulars
over stringent. The truth lies between the two extremes. We have
not secured all we sought. The act
has been weakened in certair particulars, but ou the whole it is a good act,
It is an immense gain over what we
hud before. It covers the points that
were uncovered in our old Provincial
Acts which still remain in force. It
is much more sweeping than perhaps
many people recognize.
In the first place, it is an immense
advantage that we have a Lord's Day
act for the whole Dominion which recognizes the Lord's day as a national
institution: the toiler's day of rest and
liberty: the church's day of glorious
opportunity. This is in itself a gain
worth all the effort.
In the second place, the new act
makes all Sunday trading unlawful,
and all work for remuneration excepting works that are declared to be
works of necessity and mercy. It
prohibits all Sunday theatres and public games, sports and amusements for
gain, or prize or reward. It banishes
the Sunday newspaper, home produced or foreign, making unlawful its
publication or inportation, its sale or
distribution. These are among the
worst forms of desecration of the
Lord's day in other countries, and to
some extent they have been finding a
foothold in Canada. The new act
will prevent their continuance or development. This again is worth all
the effort.
But in the third place, the act applies to companies and corporations,
putting them under heavy penalties
for "authorizing, directing and permitting" any work, other than works
of necessity or mercy, to be done in
connection with their business or industry. The old Provincial Acts
mode the poor workman liable to their
penalties, but did not apply to corporations or employers. In the new act
there is a graduated penalty, from one
to forty dollars for a workman who is
guilty of a violation, from twenty to
one hundred dollars for a person who
is un employer, and from fifty to five
hundred dollars for a corporate employer. This graduated penalty will
be recognized as just, and contributes
much to make the act effective.
In the fourth place, the new act applies to ull classes of persons impartially. Many of the old Provincial
Acts did not apply to fui mers or barbers, or to professional men. The
naw act applies to all, permitting in
any walk of life only tilings that are
specifically accepted as being deemed
works of necessity or mercy. A very
persistant effort wus made before the
select committee of the House of
Commons, before the House itself, and
before the senate, to have the Jews
and others who observe some' other
day of the week as a rest day exempt*
empted class in certain trades such as
baking and newspaper publication,
and while giving some financial relief
to Jewish employees, would, on the
other hand, put upon a much
larger number of Christian employees
in Jewish-owned factories which under the exemption would be closed on
Saturday, an equally serious financial
disability, and our legislators felt that
in a Christian land this would be unjustifiable.
In the fifth place, the new law applies to the great transportation companies. No former act did apply:they
were free to carry on all forms of
transportation and of construction and
repair work. Under the new law they
are not free to carry excursions. They
ure not free to make up und start Out
freight trains. They are not free to
loud and unload except in certain circumstances. They are not free to do
construction work of any kind, nor
general repairs, but only such work as
cunndt be done on other days, and is
essential to the safety of the public,
They are not free to work their office
staffs, which has on some roads been
comparatively common. All this is
gain over present conditions.
Sixthly,—another new feature of
the law is Clause 4, which makes it
unlawful for anyone to "require any
employee in telegraph, telrphone, or
transportation lines, or in connection
with industrial processes, to do the
usual work of his ordinary calling on
the Lord's day unless he is ullowed
during the next six days twenty-four
consecutive hourB without labor. This
will make it possible for employees to
get deliverance from seven-days-in-the-
week work, and all will admit that to
have men working ten or even twelve
hours in the day, seven days in the
week, is a disgrace to a Christian
country, and yet these ure the hours
of lubor in several industrial institutions in Eastern Canada.
On the other hand, parliament introduced into the law in the closing days
of the session certain features of
which we cannot speak so highly.
One of these is the insertion in Clauses
2, o and 6 these words "except as provided in any Provincial Act now or
hereafter in force." The avowed object of the insertion of this section
was to protect the Provinces in whatever power tbey possessed to legislate
upon this question, a not unworthy
end in itself, but the result may be a
great deal of expensive litigation, and
many legal authorities hold that if
the Provinces have the power these
words were needless, and if they hud
not the power no action on the part of
the Dominion can bestow it. It is
probable that in the not distant fnture
if any of the Provinces seek to legislate upon the subject appeal will have
tn be taken to the Imperial Privy
Council to settle more clearly and definitely the question of the respective
powers of the Dominion and the
Provinces.
The most obectionable amendment
of all was put in by the senate, making prosecution dependent upon the
permission of the attorney-general of
the Province. This wus probably intended to make vexatious prosecution
with malicious intent impossible. But
whatever the object, it is impossible
for anyone to justify making it necessary to obtain the consent of the attorney-general before it is possible to
take action to close a corner shop that
is doing Sunday trading, or to put a
stop to a company of Italian navvies
doing construction work in the build
Continued an Third Page.
WAS FINED $25
The trial of Frank Hartinger, proprietor of the'Columbia brewery,
charged with selling beer without a
city license, occupied the attention
of Police Magistrate Cochrane yesterday from 0:30 to 12 a. m. and
from 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. A, C.
Sutton atipeared for the defendant,
and City Solicitor Miller conducted the prosecution. The case was
tried on information laid under section 178 Municipal Clauses Act
1906, which reads, in part: "No
person shall within a municipality
sell or barter spirituous or fermented
liquors, by wholesale or retail, without having ttken out and had granted to him a license in tbat behalf."
For the city, J. L. Meikle and Joe
Chepeck testified to having purchased beer at Mr. Harlinger's brewery,
and Chief of Police Savage proved
that he had seen beer sold at that
establishment. City Clerk McCallum gave evidence as to the genu
iness of the city liquor license bylaw.
For the defence, R. R. Gilpin testified that the defendant had a Dominion brewer's license. W. W.
Thrasher, druggist, was called to the
witness stand for the purpose of
showing that other people besides
brewers sold spirituous liquors in
the city without a city license. Mr.
Thrasher stated that he sold spirituous and fermented liquors for medicinal purposes in strict compliance
with the Pharmacy Act.
Judge Cochrane rendered a decision against tbe defendant, and
imposed a tine of $25. Mr. Hartinger will probably reach a decision
today whether he will appeal the
case or not.
SUNDAY SERVICE
Methodist Church—Services on
Sunday next morning and evening.
Morning subject, "Our Religion;"
evening, subject, "The Advantage of
Disadvantage." The Sunday school
which has been closed for two Sundays will be held at 3 p. m. E.
Manuel, pastor.
James J. Warren, of Toronto, president of the Kettle Valley Line,arrived
here on Wednesday. After transacting some business here, he left for
Spokane yesterday. He is expected
to return to this city this evening or
tomorrow.
A new general store is rumored as
a possibility in the West end in the
near future.
Hon. Win. Teuipelman has assumed control of the geological department, in addition to his duties as minister of inland revenue, an order-in-
council having been passed transferring that department to him. It was
understood when Mr. Templeman was
given the inland revenue department
in February last that he would also be
given control of the mining department. Having in his hands the administration of the geological survey
and the mining branch of the interior
department for the time that will intervene before next session of parliament, Mr. Templeman will be in a
better position to advice in respect to
the organization of a department of
mines, with a minister of mines at
the head, for the creation of which
legislation will be necessary. It is
understood un uct for this purpose
i will be pussed at the next session, uttp Ebnrnuj £>vm
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Pkonb B74 OKAND Fohks, II.C.
FRIDAY, JULY MO, 1900
Mr. Hawthoriithwaitc's speech
last night proved disappointing.
People went to hear what remedies
the Socialists have for th'e evils of
which they complain. But no substitution for the present industrial
system wns offered. It was simply
u characteristic Socialistic calamity
howl. We shall probably speak
at length on this subject at some
future time.
It is very doubtful if the ratepayers of city will endorse the proposed debenture by-laws. A large
number are of the opinion that
the trallic bridge should be constructed with thc hack school grant;
and us for the waterworks system,
the belief appears to prevail that it
is sufficiently up to date for all present purposes. Let us decrease the
city's indebtedness, instead of saddling new burdens on the people.
AS YOI LIKE IT
When in doulit, listen to your
wife.
Even the skin-deep beauty is apt
to wear off.
An actor seldom retires until he
is played out.
A henpecked husband has little
to crow over.
"From dust to dust"—a promenade in Grand Forks.
Prepare thy (sprinkling) chariot!
-1. Kings, xviii.. 44.
The  man  who  keeps his mouth
shut never has to eat crow.
No wise person ever goes to a confidence man for confidence.
A woman begins to show her age
only when she tries to hide it.
The more justice some men get
the more they arc dissatislied.
You mU6t do your best for your
boss or he will do without you.
One peddler in the bush is  worth
a dozen on the streets to any city.
The followers of the fashions are
never,  as a rule, behind   them,
A good man young men will bang
this summer—on the front gate.        I
is for a city to make money out of a
peddler.
A large number of our citizens arc
camping out at Christina lake in
order to escape the dust of the metropolis of the Boundary.
"All the discomforts of home"
will become a familiar quotation if
the sprinkling cart docs not get a
move on itself.
Its easier to go swimming in the
Kettle river without getting wet than
it is for the city council to sprinkle
the streets of (Irand Forks.
After all, the Jonah fish story tloes
not .seem quite as improbable as it
did. Here in (Irand Forks we are
compelled to swallow enough dust
every day to make a good-sized
whale.
Weather conditions: A Socialistic
hot air wave struck this city last
night at about 8 p. m. Little damage is reported, however, it having
been expected, and Liberal precaution having been taken.
The present city council must be
credited with courage, at least. The
members have deliberately courted
tbe enmity of the bankers by increasing their license fees from 850
to 8150 per year. Very few business
men would have the temerity to act
in this manner.
In order to make this paper acceptable Sunday reading matter
under the new Lord's Day Alliance
Act, we have sprinkled a liberal
allowance of Biblical quotations
throughout the columns of this
issue. Futhermore, we will pay
counsel fees to any person who is
prosecuted for reading The Sun on
the Sabbath.
A Family Necessity
It's a remedy capable of affording
immediate relief to the hundred and
one ailments that constantly arise. It
may be a cold, perhaps toothache,
neuralgia, pain in the back,—use
Poison's Nerviline, it is penetrating,
pain subduing and powerful. Nervir
line Is at least five times stronger
than ordinary medicine and its worth
in any household can't be over esti-
iin.ted. For man or beast Nerviline
is a panacea for all pains and costs
only --'5c per bottle. Buy Nerviline
today from vour druggist.
H01 EL ARRIVALS
THE   YALE
A man's worst enemy often  i-   to
be lound directly under bis own hat.
Bring   out   the  sprinkling   can.
"Why tarry  the wheels'.'" -Judges,
It's easier tu break the will uf a
ih ad man than the will of a live
woman.
Thc city council should pruCUie
one   of   the   Cascade  airships   for
sprinkling purposes.
One sprinkling cart ut work on the
streets is worth half a dozen idle
ones in the eity yards.
Bible lesson for July:
1 go a-lishing.—John, wi.. :i.
I am thirsty.—Judges, iv., 19.
It's easier for a needle to go
through the eye of a camel than  it
Chas Heyden, St. Paul, Minn.;
Edward Brown and wife. Greenwood; Alex Ciirrie, .1 G Billings. T
H Story. F E Morrison. Nelson; H
E Thomas, Boundary Falls; John
Dern, Salt Lake City; R J Hurly,
Vancouver: James J Warner, Toronto; H A Small, Vancouver; J H
Kennedy, Midway; J B Wilson, II
M (iates, T Friedman, Portland; M
S Hyatt. London, Ont.; BJ Denny,
Minneapolis, Minn.; H R Bowers,
Calgary; Guv Kepburgj Curlew.
THE WINDSOR
Mark Hyatt. lievel.-toke; B M
(luire. Danville; Hiss Frazer. NV1
son; T Woodard, Greenwood: A
Tiikris, Trail. M McLean, lioss-
laml.
VAI.ll.ll.l.A ,
(bus Graf. Oliver Holcolmi Nelson; H   E   Buckley, Cnuer d'l.iini*;;
K, 1'. McCarty. Buffalo, X. Y.; A  J
McCharles, Sidney, Capt* Breton.
GRANBY
W J Ray, St Catherine; Curl B
Shilller. Greenwood: R P Shuttler-
worth; Ben Norris, Hedley.
PROVINCE
Alex M Rogers, Slocan City; Joseph   McDonald,   Myers   Falls;    W
Symonds, Rossland.
Half-sick People
The world is full of them. Just
sick enough to be lazy and listless, to
have no appetite, to sleep poorly.
Quite often you are half sick yourself,
chances are the trouble is the stomach
and bowels. Best prescription is Dr.
Hamilton's Pills; they tone up the entire system, strengthen the stomach,
elevate your spirits, and make you
well ill one night. Dr. Hamilton's
Pills work wonders with people in
your condition. Mild in action, effective and easy to take. Get Dr.
Hamilton's Pills today, 25c a box at
all dealers ill medicine.
CITY NEWS
The Kettle River Lumber company
is installing A 15*.horse power electric
motor at its planing mill in the Ruck le
addition.
W, H. Itter this week receive*:
a consignment of the new and per.
fectcd graphophone, which is attracting considerable attention. Sound
waves are reproduced through aluminum points instead of the old steel
kind and is free from all scratching.
The machine is almost human in its
reproduction of voice, and in instrumental music is very natural.
The Thin's Man's Danger
He can't resist disease serins,—
that's why he's such a mark for consumption. Jn this land of plenty,
thinness is wickedness, especially
when itis so easily overcome with
Ferrozone*. This remarkable tissue
builder makes vou fat quickly: it does
so by forming blood tlmt is rich, nourishing and healthgiving. Ferrozone
supplies tiie nutriment needed hy
worn-nut nerves' rapidly constructs
muscle aid fatty tissue. The form
fills out, the checks redden, proving
that weight is beipg added. To he
well, and stay will, use Ferrozone*
Fifty chocolate coated tablet* in a box
for fifty cents or six for £:i.ir.(* nl all
dealers.
The Worst of a Coid
Is how sudden it comes. No time
to hurry to the drug store, croup de-
velopes, the lungs are efl^cted with
pneumonia or tuberculosis ancl it's too
late. Keep Catarrhozone on had —it
kills colds instantly. Something magical about the way it cures catarrh
and bronchitis. Catarrhozone is the
best remedy l>ecause it cures in nature's wav; it heals, soothes and restores permanently. .Carrva Catarrh-
ozone inhaler iu your pocket, use it
occasionally und you'll never catch a
cold—that's worth remembering.
Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion Bottling Wnrkt*.
The Lion Bottling WnrUs have cut
cheir price on all case and draught
wines and liquors.
W PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
Hotel   V
alhalla
A KIIKsll STOCK ol*'
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Nineltermen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Heasonable.
Table Supplied with the Best the
Market Aftords.
The Finest BruHids of Wines,    •
Liquors ami C'lgsrs  are   Always  in  Stock  at the Uur.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
GOR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SCIGARSTORE
A special meeting of the citv coun-
il was called for Wednesday evening
for the purpose of reconsidering and
finally poising the trades licence
bylaw, but enough members failed
to show up to constitute a quorum,
Geo. A. MacLeod, of the Franklin
Townsite company, and Dern, a Salt
Lake City millionaire mining man,
left for Franklin camp last Wednes-
liiy, returning to tbe ''ity last night.
Mr. Dern expressed himself, as In*t,g
highly pleased with the present outlook cf the camp.
I*'. MacGowan, local manager ofthe
Dominion Express company, is suffer*
ing from a severe attack of asthma,
Nn otln-r travel-book telli h much aboui tha Great Nnrtliuo-i un Hops
"Wonderland   1906"
Iti chapters deal with Puzit Sound, tlie Columbia River
tin' Out-niiil 1-nli-iiis, tin- BitturrODt Itfinj-*-- of Montana,
ilit- Yellowstone NtttloitAl Park,
SEND    IT    TO   YOUR   EASTERN   FRIENDS
Tlirrp'ti not hi tiff hotter nn n ---uidc to the NuIfMided country
between the Mit-sla-sippi and the tide wntorni of the
Pacific. Send six cents for a copy, or Send the six cent*
with thp inlil rest of the .friend to whom "Womlerland
moo" is to In- mailed, tit
A. M.CI-EAl.ANH.-ien. P&ss'tsr Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILW'Y
Three Train* Dally in eaeh direction between ■*:t. Paul, Minneapolh**.
•■ninth ami Superior, nnd the
Great Pacific Northwest
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
oMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
A. Erskine Smith & Co
The
Franklin Stage
Leaves our oflice every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday*
at 7:30 n.in., returning
(■"TWonday, Wednesday and Friday
Express parcels and freight bandied for all points
on the North Fork.
Bridge and First Sts
G. A. RJ
Rates
On ii'ccnunt of the National Encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic in Minneapolis, Aug. 18*18, the
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
W ill sell round-trip tickets from Grand Forks to
St.  Paul   and    Minneapolis
FOR $52.50
Tickets on Sale  August 7, S and'9.    Final Return Limit,
October 31.    For further particulars see
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS, B. C. h
Your Wife
NEW LORD'S DAY ACT
Concluded from First Paije.
Her Supply of
Groceries
At uur 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 fur 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.
ZlpXtf 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
(T
PROVINCE HOTEL
BRIDGE STREET
EMIL LARSEN, PROP.
Entirely Refurnished and Renovated Throughout
Hot and Cold Baths
First-class board by clay, week or1 month. Special
rates to steady boarders. The finest furnished rooms
in the city. American and European plans. Nn
Chinee cooking.
Finest Bar in City in Connection
R. C. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street
Grand Forks, B.C.
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor.
THE COM-ORTAiUt WAY.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
Leave
GRAND FORKS1
Daily
Arrive
Spokane, Seattle, j
Everett, Helling.
hum, Vancouver, I 4.45 p.m.
Victoria uml  ull
Count points |
I Spokane, Fertile,
Winnipeg.."'
I uml Minneapolis.
11:00a.m.   Wliiiilpeg.StPniil
4:45 p.m.
| Northport. Kosa-
. | land, Nelson, Kus-
lo uml Samlon....
4:45 p.m.
I Republic, Curlew I
4:55 p.m. | and Ferry (Mill- |
5:00 p.m. i Phoenix, B.C.
Coiiniiectlng at Spokuue with the fa*
moil*
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Pi	
Minneapolis, St. Louis, Chicago and all
Prom Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul.
iniicapolis, St. Louis,''liic
points east.
r'or   complete    information,    rates,
berth reservations, etc., call ou or ail*
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
Gram! Forks.
S. O. YEKKES, A. G. I'. A..
Sea tile.
ing of a new railway. It is simply
ridiculous and unreasonable in the
last degree. However, we do not
share with some the opinion that the
attorney-generals will be unwilling to
give their consent. Some critics in
parliament said that this meant that
the act would be a dead letter. We
have a higher opinion of the attorney-
generals in the various Provinces, and
anticipate that since this duty Is put
upon then they will accept the responsibility and provide the most convenient machinery for the carrying out of
the object of the law.
There arc other more trilling weaknesses, such as the permission given lo
manufacture maple sugar in the grove
on the Lord's day, but these arc ridiculous rather than seriously harmful,
Much permission could only apply to
lone or two Sundays in the year, and
would only be taken advantage of in
limited districts.
An impression has been given that
the effect of the new act is to legalize
games of ball, etc., and fishing and
hunting, inasmuch as it only prohibits
games for gain, prize or reward, and
shooting at a target. This, however,
is a great mistake. The old Provincial laws remain in force, and in Ontario and the Maritime Provinces at
least all noisy games and fishing,
hunting and shooting, etc., are absolutely prohibited in terms of these
laws, and in the prairie Provinces and
ou the mainland of British Columbia
hunting and shooting at game is prohibited in terms of the game and
other laws. Jt is therefore only in
Quebec and certain parts of the west,
where the prohibition of shooting is
limited to target practice, and of
games, to those for gain, prize or reward.
All considered, therefore, the new
act is an immense gain, and will accomplish much good, Its very existence will have a powerful deterrent
effect, and it can be improved as the
need is demonstrated. This is doubtless not the last time we shall be applying for legislation at Ottawa. We
shall not ask needlessly, nor for any-
nnreasonable, and
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
NOTICE
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1906 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and   will  be  sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GEO. CHAPPLE,    Opposite Postofifce
SIGN   OF   THE   BEST
When
You consider
that a poorly
printed job costs
just as much as
one t h a t p r e -
sentsa neat and
tasty appearance, do you not
think that your
business d e-
mandsthe latter kind ?
40
Good Printing—the kind we do—in in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship are of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
Annie 1 ■'■(■■, Miii'-uil (-Maim, situate in the
Gram) Forks Mining Division of Yule
Dint riot.
Where located. In South Welliiigtun
Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that 1, John Robert Brown.
■ Agent for KduHind T. WU-Uwire,. I-Vee
Miner's Certificate No. B207I, Thomas '7 K-l-
wiii-ilt- Free Minei-v Certificate No. imftxi ami
William E. George l-Vee Miner's Cei-titi-jiite
No. HUftBSi inteinl. sixty dnys from dnte here-1
7 to apply to the Min Inn Recorder for a I
CertiHi.fiti'of Improvements, Im- the purposa
of obtaining a Crown (Jrant of   the above
lniio.
Ami fnrt her tnke notice thut action, under
section -'7 must be commenced before the
issuance   of such   Certificate   of   improve-
ine tits.
Dated this Wh day of June, A. Jj. 1906.
J.R.BKUWN.
Route ofthe fumo
NOTICE
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3-DAILY TRAINS-3
—BKTWEEN-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
Mountain Lion Mineral Cinims, situate in
the Grand Fork Miniug Division of Yale
Hstrict.
Where locnted:   Gloucester Cnmp.
TAKb  NOTICE that J, H. A. Sheads, (for
•    myself und as ngent for H. Watlin), Free
MinersCertiUcnteNo.HM's.'.uii.l Henry Watlin , flnnlrflrw**.
Free Miner's certificate No. HW>8( intend.   °P»K,UR
itxty   tluys from dute hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for n   Certllleate   of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above cluim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before tbe
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 31th duy of Muy, A. 1). 19.H).
H. A. SHEADS.
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
-BETWEEN—
Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
ind Dining Cur Service on all Trains.
NOTICE [LOSE CONNECTIONS made at st. p»ui
  and St. Louis in Union Depots for all
NOTICE Is hereto given  that sixty days  points East and South-East.
nfter dttte.I will apply_to the Chief Com-   ' 	
To enable eartle, .who »o .leslre to vj.i, '
*   "  •
missioner of Lauds und Works for permit-'
urchuse the following; land, situate
SiOIl    to    pltn;tn»nc intn 4uiiuniu|   loini, ■■iiimir  .        ,y   eniW'll*    (JHI lion    niiu    ■—-        , ,
about eighteen miles Northerly from the rHends and relatives In the fiaBtdurinff ine
City of Grand Forks, iu the Oso-yoos Division snmmerseusoiiof 1JW6. the *M ^ , Ar--r<T
of Yale District: Commc.Meiiie.ata post plant- ciFIC will on JULY 2nd nnd Srq. *'-.■*-'u:-'1..
ed at the Southeast corner of the land hereby 7tj, (■ tfi mid 9th, nnd SBPTBMBEK Bin ana
applied for; thence 80 chains North; thence inth s»H round-trip tickets from points in
U chains West; thence meander of the Kettle this territory to Chicago, St. Louis, at. Fain,
River chains South; thence 16 chains Ka-t to Minneapolis-O^ana and Iwinsas Uty at one
the place of beginning and containing loo lowest first class fare plus Ten Dollars- ftItI'
acres, more or less. flnnl return limit ninety days "romaate or
Dated the 30th day of May, 1906. ' JJJ ,.llt n0t beyond October Ust, l!K».
AUGUST JOHNSON.        I     Extremely  low   rntes ure   "/Sntem-ber
r-nhrnnrv lflth to April 7th ana beptemuer
 !  A'fii OotobSr slst. V from all point,i In
„,.,.. I the East to point.*. 111 this ter»ltor>. Tl )
MflTinF desire to send for n frleml or relative oil
"V> >*>*- j ?hc'e rates we telegraph ticket, to B«|twll
all
i these rates we telegraph ticket, ti
l points without extra '"«!*
!    The  NllTHEKN   PACIFIC.
NOTICE is herehy given that sixty rlay. after   „0*u"iloeii "very'low* roiiinl-trii;  ratesit. ror
ilnte I will apply to the Chief   Conimis-   uoi„t. in the Ku*tt to po
sioner of Lamls ami Works for permission to
nut*, ,n .... ...... .» points In this territory,
T^^^n^eii^tr^^^lfU,
fl4UIIVI    s.'*    IJ4.4l.i-s  £111,1    iilllivs   I'll     |ri   I  ill iqgii ill   ,u       |l||(|    tlCKBTS W 111   OO UU    Of*."*   .■»'---    ,.*
purchase the following land, situnte about | Seiit<eniber 15th inclusive, final limit tor re
thirty-four miles northerly from the City of   turn October Slst, 1006.
thing
Grand   Forks, in Osoyoos Division of   Yale
District:   Commencing ut a post planted at
, the northeast corner of the land applied for;
the  success : thenoe 80   chains   west:  thenee    40   oh&ini
,.       i-        ,i „, , south; thence 80 chains east: thence 40 chains
attending tne recent effort shows that north to the place of beginning, and con-
U: , tuining 820 acres, more or less.
_   liny in  reuson can  be obtained     Dated the Hth day of March, 1006.
where publio opinion demanil, Per ^ ™$XT
SI ,  J1"'U. -  ..
PorfurTher information address "ne of Ihe
undersigned.
G.A. MiTCiiKi.i.
Gen. Agt..
Spokane, Wash.
A. D. ClIAKLTON,
A.G. P. A..
Portland,Ore.
\V
H. Ude,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
Spokane, W ash
9
9
s^
oaag«s«=.'
T
E
B.  LEQUIME, PRESIDENT
GEO. A. MACLEOD, TREASURER
CAPITALIZED $20,000.00
I LOTS NOW ON THE MARKET |
w
tfi
i
A
CaU and make your selection. This is the best
real estate investment in the Boundary" today.
Prices range from $60 to $135. Terms: One-
third down; balance §10 per month.
KEEP YOUR EYE ON
For full particulars address
FRANKLIN $
MA. Erskine Smith ®, Co.i
m Grand Forks, B. C. pjj BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
T*he 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-.Iackpot, Wellington 	
Brooklyn-Steinwinder dump, Phoenix.
Morrison, Deadwood	
1$. C. Mine, Summit	
R. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
lirey Fogle, Summit Cnmp	
No. 87, SummitCamp	
Reliance, Summit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon W. Copper	
Xo. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
.lewel, Long Lake	
Carmi, West Fork	
Providence, fi reen wood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
Iv P. U. Mine. Skylark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Kails	
Miscellaneous 	
shipments of  Boundary mines for   1900,  1901,   1903, 1903.   1904.
1901.       i 1902. 1903 1904 1005       100(1 Past Wk
231,7(1'-'    809,858     393, LSI 549,708       653,»89    433,322  IT), 15-40
1,721      20,800      74,212   	
99,034     141,32(1      138,079 174,298      174,5(111     76,16;i     1,024
Total,  tons	
Granby Smelter treated
B. C. Copper Co.'s Sim
Dominion Copper Co.'f
Iter treated	
Smelter treatei
150
25,050
3,070
65731
25.10.-'
80,587
8,397
3.531
330
S04
7,455
15,731
3,250
3.056
30,989
81'5
1,759
4.747
1,179
10
5*i0
5,6-1(1
4,086
150
5,000
1,720
150
3.339
47,405
14,811
5lio
19,365
850
§i530
22,937
37,9(10
9,484
8,3*-1
I7(i
15,537
16,100
3,007
6,404
■163
3,150
222
364
33
1,883
33
1,040
785
2,435
150
875
665
482
350
2,175
890
30
.    ■ L't   "
993
72(1
77(1
590
:\
400
325
52
50
105
535
689
15
3 11
1(17
300
255
SO
73
3,456
325
500
750
500
390.1 ll ID
507,515
684,961
S27.34S
933,516
661,889
21,506
230,828
312,340
-101,921
590,252
6S7,9.s.s
tes 50.8
16,860
117.(ill
148,600
162,013
209,637
194,056
82,729
123,570
30.930
84,059
116,012
4,720
Our jub department is superior to
any other in the Boundary country.
We have hoth the material and the
experience to turn out high t.lnss work.
Trade Marks
Designs
>M.<        Copyrights &c.
Anyone Bending n nUclcli nnd descriwinn niny
quickly uscertiitn our opinion free wlu.lh.jr nn
invtrntlnti is pn.hnbly P»'e"iiihlfe roniiiuiH hi-
tlottBBtrlctiyconfldenu.il. HANDBOOK on I'litmitB
eentfruo. oldest nf-on**v f„r i-i-curtiiK I'lUents.
Patent* taken tBroush Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without ciinree, in tue
Scientific American.
A htindftntnpiy Illustrated weekly.  Lnreest clr-
nilatiim nf iiiiv HfttenMUo J-mi-itnl,   -lernia. $.1 a
yenr: fmir months, *L Sold byall newBdealerd.
MUNN &Co.-3e,Bro*i*y'New York
Branch Office. G25 F Bt. WuahluBton, D. C.
1S1CYCI.KS   S.ND   REPAIR   WORK—A
complete line of 1906 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
tu rent. Glio. Ciiappi.e, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
Get your wedding invitations printed
nt 'The Sun olliee. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving made.
If your watch need:
tnke it to White Breos
guaranteed.
repairng,
All work
Read The Sun—The only twice-awed; paper in the Boundary, $1.00
per year.
olumbiaii
lone
FOUNDED 1892
INCORPORATED 1893
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
Provides a Home for .Students of
hoth sexes at reasonable rates. Has o
Preparatory Class for Junior Students doiiii-Publie School work. Is doing High School work, confers all
High School privileges, and prepares
for Teachers' Examinations. Teaches
all branches of a thorough Practical
lousiness Course, and grants Diplomas.
Gives a Liberal Education in its own
Collegiate Couise, and in the Lad es'
College Course for the degrees * of
M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University
work, the Arts Course can now be
taken in Columbian College, and the
B.A. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with which the College
is in full affiliation. Tn Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. and
B.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
write,
Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
or Re v. J. Bowell. Bursar.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
Razor honing a  speeialtv    at   the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
Tho Lion Bottling Works are Helling Gdoderham & Wort's Rye Whiskey, the hest rye whiskey in Canada,
for S-'J.OO per gallon.
You're next at. the Pal.-ice Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
It takes modern material to do up-
to-date work. The tSun job department iB kept .strictly up-to-date.
. Kin- a nice hair cut or shave go t»>
the Citv Barber Shop on Bridge street.
Baths 50e, three for 81.00.
It Heals the Lungs
When the antiseptic vapor of "Catarrhozone" is inhaled it spreads thru
the breathing organs, carrying healing
and   health to the sore spots.    An irritable   throat Catarrhozone   cures   in
five   minutes, bronchitis it soothes in*
j slant I-.7 weak lungs are ft d and quick
j ly  nourished back to health.    To he
'free  from colds and coughs, to  avoid
I catarrh and bronchitis—use Catarrho-
'. zune; it  is  prescribed  by more  than
| twenty thousand physicians  in   A.in-
' erica alone, and used   by the people of
nine nations.
P. T. McCallum
LEADS THE VAN IN THE
cytccident and Insurance Business
The reasons are easily explained.
First—lie is agent for the
Canadian Casualty and Boiler
Insurance Company
nnd thev issue THE BEST POLICIES IN THE WORLD.
Second—A policy with his company means a promise to pay, and Pete PAYS ALL CLAIMS
PROMPTLY.
Third—Pete is an old-timer, and everybo.lv knows hiin nnd can rely on what he says. r
Call at his office, JOHNSON BLOCK, FIRST STREET, and'consult him.    He will  be
pleased to ^ive you any infer nation regarding his  coinpiiiiy, and  delights  to  explain  the  special
features of
"ffie Climax Policy"
Pacific
Hotel
OFF. C.F.R. STATION
First-CUiss 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.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
riven to
Watch Repairing.
En graving f** Specialty.
First Street (irand links, li. C.
.ra-Q   G=--
We SIMPLEX
Loose Leaf Systems li
•There nre very few business houses today which do
not use some form of Loose heal' System in one or more
departments, as it is iegarded us an absolute necessity
by progressive business lirms.
■ The advantages of the Loose Leaf System nre now
well known, and permit of adaptability to meet to best
advantage changing conditions. It permits the greatest
amount of information to be kept in condensed form, in
the least time, und the most accourate manner.
', Accounts and ecorda of all kinds cun he kept by this
system in any business, large or small, with equal advantage.
•^Investigate the Simplex Loose Leaf Syfaitem. It is
the cheapest and best.
We EVENING SUN
Q=
Finest Furniture
J. W. JONES
A   large   consignment
of Louriges,   Dining-room
Chairs, Tables and Sofas jnst
arrived. Call and inspect
tin-in. Also a stoek of Blnn
kets, Quilts, Pillows, eto., to
be sold ut greatly reduced
prices.    See our display   nf
Pictures.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
GRAND   FORKS, li. C,
LOW LATHS ON N. P.
The Northern Pacific orilway announces the very low rate of $76.65
from spoka"c and coininpn points
to Toronto, Ont., and relilrn on ac
Count of the annual meeting of the
I. o. 0. F,, tickets on sale Sept. 8,
!), and 10, with a going transit limit
until Sept. 22, and final return limit
Nov. 30, 1900, Tickets will be good
for slop overs within liniils in either
direction at St. Paul, Missouri River
or west thereof;
The Northern Pacific Railway
have on sale daily until August '.'5
inc., round trip tickets from Spokane to Moolips, Weatport, Long
Beach, ClWsop Beach and Tokeland
at the very low rate of $20. Tickets
have a going and return transi.
limit of ten days and a final return
li*nit until Sept. 30, 11)06, and stop
overs will be allowed within transit
limit of ten days in both directions
at Portland, Seattle and Tacoma.
' For further particulars address
one of thc undersigned:
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A.,
Portland, Ore. O. A. MlTOHEM,,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash. W.
H. Uiie, T. P. A., Spokane, Wash.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
Tl'.I.Kl'IIONK A 1111.!
GRANU FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
Rutiiijbfoiid  I3.H08., Props.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED BY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
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