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Grand Forks, B. C, FRlilay, May ll, 1906
Issued Twice a Week
I   K. V. L CONTRACTS
F. T. Andrews Now Securing
Right of Way for Kettle
Valley Line
Grading  Outfits Will   Arrive
In City Shortly After the
20th
F. T. Audrews, of Vancouver, right
of way agent for the Kettle Valley
line, arrived in the city last Wednesday evening, and is at present making his headquarters at the Yale. As
he is to secure the riglit of way for
the road from this city to Gloucester
camp, he will be located here for some
time.    He is accompanied by his wife.
H. W. Warrington, the chief engineer of the road, left yesterday
morning for Republic, for the purpose
of securing the right of way from the
Indians through the reservation for
the Spokane-Republic section of the
liue. "•
Prior to his departure Mr. Warrington stated that the contracts for
the Nortli Fork extension are being
let in the east, and that he expected
this part of the work to be cleared up
by the 20th inst. Shortly after that
date he expeeted to see the arrival of
grading outfits.
Sir Thhomas Interviewed
Just Wore sailing for Canada on
one of the new Empress steamers,
the Empress of Britain, Sir Thomas
Shiuighnessy was interviewed by one
of the financial dailies touching the
outlook in the Dominion at the present time.
Asked as to whether there is not
some risk of the Canadian British being swamped by the influx of Americans, Sir Thomas' answer was interesting.
"I have not the slightest fear of
the Canadians becoming swamped. I
happen to have been born in the
United States myself, although I
went to Canada early in life. As I
decided to settle down there I became
a British subject. That is quite in
accordance with American ideas and
American practice. If a man gues to
the states and makes his home ther
gets his living tliere, and becomes one
one the permanent community, without becoming an American citizen, he
is apt to be looked upon with a certain suspicion. Americans have a
great idea that a man should accept
the duties of citizenship in thu country where ho gets his bread aud butter. That is almost a dogma with
tho citizens of the republic. Conse-
questly, when American farmers come
across the bouudary aud settle in
Canada there is no doubt they will
become nationalized, and, I should say,
prove good and loyal subjects. Besides which, it must not be forgotten
that a considerable number of those
coming from the states are Canadians
by birth who have come back again."
"It has been suggested in some
quarters that the completion of tho
Grand Trunk Pacific railway will be
the signal for a rate war as between
that company and the Canadian Pacific.    Is there any prospect of that?
"I don't think so for a moment.
There is rarely any sort of friction
between the two management!, and 11
.'ail to see why tliere should be in
this case. The relations between us
are quite friendly, and there is plenty
of room for us both. We are constructing new lines pretty rapidly,
and I think about XiiO miles of permanent way will be added to our system this year."
Touching upon the liscal policy of
Canada, Sir Thomas declared his belief in the necessity for the advantages of a protective tariff.
"If Canada had adopted a policy of
free , imports, her population would
have remained a purely agricultural
community. This is clearly shown by
the whole economic history of the
United States and Canada. It was
imperative that our industries should
be protected from the competition of
the United States. But I am strongly in favor of British imperial unity
and there is every reason for adopting
preferential principles. 1 admit that
the Canadian manufacturers will not
allow preference to be carried so far
as to prevent the expansion of Canad
ian industries; but at the same time I
think it quite feasible to so frame
tariff that important preference -should
be given to British goods.. We import annually about 40 millions
sterling worth of goods from the
United States. A great deal of this
trade, perhaps the bulk of it, might
be done with the United Kingdom
It is in that direction that there i.s
scope for much closer trade relations
between Canada and the old coun
try."
Supreme Court
Supreme court opens in Greenwood May 1*1 with the following
eases on the docket: Criminal—
King vs. George Andrews, obtaining
money under false pretenses, J. P.
.McLeod for defendant; King vs. 01;
Lofstad, shooting, A. S. Black for
defendant. Civil—Wortlen vs. Wo
den, to have defendant declared
trustee for plaintiff of a certain farm
near Sidley and for alimony, A. M
Whiteside for plaintiff, J. R. Brown
for defendant; Diamond vs. Chap
pelle, for a declaration that Contention Fractional mineral claim, as far
as it interferes with the Diamond
Fractional mineral claim, is invalid,
and for damages, J. R. Brown for
plaintiff, J. P. McLeod for defendant; Eastern Townships Bank and
W. H. Covert vs. Vaughan, Mclnnis and the British Columbia Trust
Co., for a declaration as lo water
record. A. M. Whiteside will submit a motion before the Court in the
case of Dominion Copper Co., Ltd.,
vs. Athlestan Gold and Copper Co.
It is expected that Supreme
Court Judge L. P. Duff, of Victoria,
will preside, and that J. P. Myers
Gray will be prosecuting attorney in
the criminal cases.
Since the docket was made up it
transpires that the Diamond vs.
Cliuppello case has been amicable
settled without proceeding to court.
Alter this week the Club saloon
will handle A. B. C. Bottle Beer exclusively. This beer is the most expensive and of the finest quality
made in the United States. The
American Brewing it Malting company, of St. Louis, manufactures
bottle beer only. This beer is handled on every Pullman dining car in
the United States.
City Solicitor Miller made a trip
to Republic this week on professional
business.
FRANKLIN LIVELY
About Seventy Men Are Now
Working in  the North
Fork Camp
Second Payment on the Bond
of the M. S. to Be Made
Tommorrow
Geo. A. McLeod, of the Franklin
Townsite coinpany, returned Wednesday evening from a trip to Gloucester
camp. Mr. McLeod states that Foreman Spraggett now has a force of
twenty men, and that the wagon road
to Franklin camp will be completed
in about two months. He estimates
that tliere are now over seventy men
in the North Fork country, and new
arrivals are pouring into the district
daily. The survey of the townsite
has been completed, and the clearing
of the streets has been started. Ar
rangements have been made for the
establishment of a general store, the
erection of which will be commenced
next week. A great number of miners
and prospectors are going into the
camp by way of Eholt from Phoenix
and Greenwood. A lively season for
the North Fork country is predicted
by Mr. McLeod.
A. Erskine Smith returned from
Gloucester camp last night, and reports that thc strike on the M. S
claim is substantially as stated ip
our issue of last Tuesday. Frank
Fritz will return to the city from
the camp this evening, and the second payment on the bond is to be
made tomorrow.
The benefit ball given by Grand
Forks Union No. ISO in the opera
house last Tuesday evening was well
attended, about seventy couples being
present, and all had an enjoyable
time. The music, which was the
cause of many complimentary remarks,
was furnished by Thos. Duffy, H.
Sheedy and Mrs. E. Miller. An excellent supper was served in the store
under the hall about minnight by
Thos. Dudley.
Superintendent A. B. W. Hodges,
of the Granby mini's and smelter,
has returned from a trip to the
Crow's Nest I'ass, where he has been
inspecting thu various coking coals
of that region.
A meeting of the (Irand Forks
baseball chili will lie held in the
club rooms Saturday evening at 8
o'clock.
Trtieman, the photographer, will
remain at Blome's old studio on
Bridge sireet until Friday, the 18th
inst.
Bridge timbers, bridge castings,
and a pile driver arrived in the Great
Northern yards at Midway last week.
It is expected that sufficient steel will
been laid by the middle of June to
permit the pile driver to reach the
first long trestle to the westward of
Midway.
It is stated that the directors of
the English and French Mining company, which owns a group of six
claims near Volcanic mountain, are
considering the granting of a bond to
an American capitalist. This property has been inactive for the past five
years, but if the deal is consummated
it is likely that development work
will be commenced immediately. The
claims comprising this group have fine
surface showing a high grade copper
tire, and all are crown granted.
Shipments of 00-pound steel rails
ror the Vancouver, Victoria it Eastern, west of Midway, arc daily passing through this city.
Judge W. H. P. Clement left on
Saturday on an official trip to the
Similkameen district, where he will
hold court at various places. He
will be away for three weeks.
An effort has recently been made to
find the bottom of Christina lake with
a 1500-feet sounding line, but without
success. During the coming summer
an endeavor will be made to reach a
depth of 3000 feet.
Geo. Holford, the Grand Forks
and Kamloops rancher and stock
raiser, left today for the latter city
via Bossland, where he will visit with
friends for a few days.
All the furnaces at the Granby
smelter are now in commission, No.
11 being blown in this week, after
having undergone repairs and alterations.
It is reported that development
work is shortly to be started on the
Bonanza group of claims, on Bonanza
mountain.
Fred H. Knight, an old timer of
this city, returned this week from
San Francisco, where he has been
living for the past three or four
months.
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, of Victoria,
has been visiting his nephew, Walter
Dewdney, in this city this week.
Great Northern Will Put Corps
of Surveyors in the Field
at Once
On the Boundary, Kamloops
& Cariboo Central Railway
Indications point to a race between rival railways from this city
to Franklin camp. The Su.v received,
information from an authentic source
that James H. Kennedy, chief engineer, had received orders from the
Great Northern offices in St. Paul
to put a force of surveyors in the
field at once locating the Boundary,
Kamloops & Cariboo Central from
(irand Forks to Franklin camp. It
is further stated that construction
word is to be commenced as soon as
the survey can be made, but it is
not the intention o:' the company to
build all the way up to Franklin during the coming summer. It is, however, surmised that the road will be
completed as far as to the Pathfinder
mine before snow Hies. Mining men
interested in Franklin camp 'state
that the Great Northern has had experts in that district for a year past
examining the properties. The reports of these men have evidently
been satisfaotory.as the company appears to be putting forth extraordinary efforts to be on the ground
lirst.
CITY NEWS
J. H. Kennedy, chiefc ngineer of
the Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern,
passed through the city last Sunday
evening on his way from Ottawa to
Midway.
The latest addition to the financial
institutions of Victoria is the British-
American Trust Company, Ltd.,
which opened offices Friday in the
McGregor block. It has an authorized capital of 81(10,000, and far
several years has conducted a large
business at Vancouver, the headquarter-?; Grand Forks, B. C, and
Coleman, Alta. A. E. Flumerfelt,
of Victoria, is president of the company, while Harold Mayne Daly
will act as local manager. E. J.
Punier, ol Clieinainus, occupies a
position on the board of directors.
At the other branches a regular
banking business is engaged in. but
it is not probable that this will he
pursued here,the company confining
its operations principally to transactions of a fiduciary character, including management of estates, act-
ng as trustee and other business of
a similar character. A feature is
made of promoting and underwriting the shares of mining and industrial companies and general brokerage in high class stocks and bonds.
Fire, life and casualty insurance
will also be included. The high
iharacter of the company's directorate and. its substantial financial
standing makes it a welcome addition to the business interests of Victoria.—Victoria Times.
Geo. Massie, the merchant tailor
of this city and Midway, returned
from the latter place last Tuesday
evening.
R. H. Anderson, who was manager
of the B. C. mine in its palmy days,
was a visitor in the city last night.
David Dixen, who resides near
Christina lake, was up before Police
Magistrate Cochrane this week on a
charge of having stolen some traps
from August Mazcrcll, a professional
trapper. The evidence showed that
it had merely been a row over some
disputed trapping grounds, and the
ease dismissed.
Considerable interest in being
taken this year in baseball in the
boundary in some of the towns, and
efforts have been made to organize a
Boundary league, with clubs in
Grand   Forks, Greenwood, I'lioenix,
Midway uml Republic On Empire
day n baseball tournrmont will be
held nt the time of the celebration
in Midway, and another is being
arranged for the Dominion day
celebration to be held in I'hoenix.
W. P. Tierney's -nen returned to
work Monday at I o'clock, an agreement for 8.1 for a nine hour day
having been reached. All the strikers at the smelter construction works
are now back and building in going
on smoothly. At the Anaconda
ubstation of the B. C. Construction
and Distributing company, tho
strike is still on, and the company
has so far declined to concede to
thc men's demands. fr
R. H.
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TRUEMAN
Photographer
Is Here and Will Remain Until the 18th
at
Blome's Old Studio
$£
Bridge Street
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Gill*? Stoning £mt
Published at Urand Forlls, British Columbia,
livery Tuesday and Friday Kveiiliins.
- G.A.Evans .
.. Editor and Publisher
8UHSCMPTION SATES 1
One Year B-JJ
One Year (In advance)  1.W1
Advertisine; rotes furnished on application
Leiral notices, 10 and 5 cents per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone B74 Grand Forks. B.C.
FRIDAY, MAY 11,   191)11
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
Mrs. Ruie D. Meeke, elocutionist and ventriloquist, will give an
entertainment in the opera house on
Thursday evening, May 17, under
the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of
the Methodist church. Tickets 25c,
on sale at the drug stores.
Two hold-ups occurred at Midway
last week, the first victim being the
bartender of the Swanson hotel, the
second, Customs Collector Gardom.
In neither case did the robbers secure
a large amount.
The Nelson Daly News complains of
a lack of patronage from the business
men of that city, and intimates that
it may be compelled to substitute a
twice-a-week edition for the daily.
This would be a -direct blow to the
entire southern section of the prov
ince, as the News reaches its readers
from twelve to twenty hours ahead of
any other daily. The News is the
best p»per ever published in the interior of British Columbia, and compares favorably with many of the
coast publications. It has done more
than any other agency to build up Nelson, and the merchants of that city
should appreciate this fact and accord
*t the patronage to which it is entitled.
The Montreal Star learns that the
order for rails received by the Dominion Steel company from James J. Hill
amount to practically 6000 tons.
This means that Mr. Hill has now
ordered 2(1,000 tons from Canadian
mills, as it will be recalled that he
gave the Soo company an order for
2-1,000 tons for the Great Northern.
The 6000 ton order to be filled by
the Sydney concern is for the Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern, and these
rails arc going to have an interesting
journey before they land at Vancouver. As the railroad freight rates
from Sydney to Vancouver were found
to be too high, the Sydney company
decided it would charter a ship and
send them away around by the Horn.
The trip will take three months, but
in spite of that several thousand dollars wifi be saved on freight.
The statement of dominion revenue and the expenditure for the
eleven months ending with May 1,
shows a revenue of $6.1,808,359, or
an increase nf $6,677,798 over the
previous year. The expenditure for
for the same period was $45,348,498,
an incerase of $2,990,592 over last
year. Capital expenditure was $10,-
431,769, an increase of $1,331,000.
This increase was in {public works
and bounties. Evory deparmtcnt
of revenue contributed to the increase in revenue. The increase of
revenue for the month of April wus
a little over one million dollars, and
the exepiidilure for the month was
about the same as for April, 1905.
A spring is usually associated wit'i
water; but the present season in t' e
Boundary, at least, appears to put old
customs at deliance.
Throw Medicines to the Dogs
At best they are unpleasant, often
useless. You have some disease of
the nose, throat or lungs. Doctors
would call it bronchitis, asthma or
catarrh. The common root of these
diseases i.s germ or inicrobio irritation
—Catarrhozone not only destroys disease germs, it does more, it heals in-
llamed aud diseased tissue. The dis
ease is not only cured, but its return
is forever prevented by using Catarrh-
ozene which is splended also for colds,
coughs and irritable throat. Remember you inhale Catarrhozone—Nature's own cure—uso no other but
Catarrhozone—it's the best catarrh
cure made.
Last week about two hundred
men in Pat Welch's camp, northwest
of Orville, struck for a two bit raise
all-around. The Italian and Austrian-
common laborers want $2.50 and thc
rock men went out for $2.75, $3.00
and $3.25. Evidently the walkout at
the Pat welch camp looked good to
the other crews, as it is understood
that the 3000 men employed along
the entire works are out. John Berg-
rpiist, of Orville, who has been tunnel
boss for several months in the big
tunnel down the Myers creek canyon,
states that on that part of the road
tie Italians are out in full force
with pick handles, guns, and the in-
dispensible red Hag. For the past
week thu strikers have been pouring
into Chesaw with their checks and if
no other result comes from the strike
it can be said with assurance the
lii|unr dealers havo profiled thereby.
Several weeks ago certain contractors
near Molson voluntarily granted this
raise, which doubtless helped cause
the discontentment, it is not known
what action the c mtractors will take.
  1 ■	
FRANLIN TOWNSITE COMPANY, LTD.
CAPITALIZED $20,000
The surveyors are now platting the town7f Franklin.    The town  is beautifully situated on the
North Fork of the Keetle River in Franklin Camp, at the foot of McKinley mountain.    Wagon
road and railway surveys traverse the townsite.    It is in  close proximity to all the large mines
of tho district.   Streets will be cleared and buildings erected
immediately.    Lots will bo placed on the market in  30 days.     KEEP YOUR   EKE ON  FRANKLIN
A. ERSKINE SMITH <& CO., GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Eastern, which is lunder construction
botween Oroville and Princeton, B. C.
After going over the northern work,
the party will return and make an inspection of the route up the river
from Wenatehee. On the decision of
Mr. Hill depends whether or not the
railroad building will be started
from that place. "It is not certain
that we will build north from Wenatehee," said Mr. Hill. "We are awaiting the final surveys and the last
reports on the country through which
the line would pass. I want to know
where the line would run and will
make a trip over the route when I
come down."
Purgatives Are Dangerous
They gripe, cause burning pains
and make the constipated condition
even worse. Physicians say the ideal
laxative is Dr. Hamilton's Pills of
Mandrake and Butternut; they are
exceedingly mild, composed only of
health-giving vegetable extracts. Dr.
Hamilton's Pills restore regular movement of the bowels, strengthen the
stomach and purify the blood. For
constipation, sick headache, billious-
ness and disordered digestion no medicine on earth makes such remarkable
cures as Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Try
a 25c. box youreelf.
THE MINING RECORDS
Following are- the locations
recorded in thc Government office al
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from April
27 lo May 10 inclusive:
UECORD OF LOCATIONS.
Yale, Gilpin Mountain, A. J. Fee;
Oreadnot, Franklin camp, Murdoch
McQuarrie; Walter L., Pathfinder
camp, relocation of Uncle Sam, E.
Knight; Morley, Fourth of July
creek, Sarah Tufts; Emereld, Worcester camp, relocation of Rob Roy,
Fat Maginnis; Dividends, Gilpin
mountain, Dan Morrison; Home-
stake, Gilpin mountain, Dan Morrison; Payroll, Gilpin Mountain, Dan
Morrison; Wane, Wellington camp,
relocation of John Arthur, R. W.
Yuill; May Day, Franklin "camp,
relocation of Sergia, Frank McFarlane; May Day, fraction, Summit
camp, Mike Bellefontaine; Tiger
fraction, Franklin camp, Thomas
Newby; Boston, Brown's camp.Wm.
Pounder; Boston, Franklin camn,
Murdoch McQuarrie; Combine,
Franklin camp, Murdoch McQuarrie;
Eholt, .Franklin camp. Norman
Luse; Diamond Dick,Knight's camp,
part relocation ot Royal Gladys, E.
K. Knight; Easter Lilly, Wellington
cnmp, W. R. Hull.
Stock Certificates printed at The
Sun job office.
Louis W. Hill, vice-president; Ben
Hell, trallic malinger, and Cal. E.
Stone, general passenger agent for the
Great Northern, arriyed in Wenatehee early Tuesday morning und took
their departure up the river by boat
to Brewster, says the Wenatehee He-
public. From Brewster they will
proceed overland by means of an
automobile, which they have with
them, to Oroville, and from there
make a tour of inspection along the
route of the Vancouver, Victoria ami
SPECIAL LOW RATES EAST.
The Northern Pacific Railway announces special low round trip rates
from all points in this section to eastern terminals ou basis of ono first
first class fare plus $10.00 for the
round trip. Selling dates June 4th,
6th, 7th, 23rd and 25th. Limit 90
days from date of sale. Rate from
Spokano to St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Sioux City, Omaha or Kansas City
and return $52.50; St. Louis $60.00;
Chicago, $64.00. For detailed information write to one of the undersign-
ed.
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A.,
Portland, Ore. G. A. Mitohkll,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash. W.
H. Ude, T. P. A., Spokane, Wash.
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
their price on all case and draught
wines and liquors.
The quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion Bottling  Works.
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICK tlmt sixty dnys after date I
intern! tn imply to tho Chief GontmlltiouQl
of Lunila ami >Vi)rU» furpermlHslini  to imr-
ohatro the following (loserllietl luiuU. situate
in Yule Histrlft, Kritiah Colmnbiu:
Commeiifliid at a post olio mile south
of Pruiistlin creok marked "G. A. Mc-
Leoil, N, VV. Comer," nnd cluim tug 40 enaliii
east;thence8U ohuiriB south; thence 40 chains
went: thence 80 chains north to Initial post,
the north fork ol Kettle River to be the eastern boundary. „    v   .   ..    _ „_
uuiu. a. macleod.
A. D. MoPHBK, Agent
Grand Forki, B. 17, March 20th, 1000.
F PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FRESH STOOK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
GOR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Strained Back And Side.
"While working in a sawmill,"
writes C. li. Keeney, from Ottawa,
"1 Htarined my back and side so severely I had to go to bed. Every
...inient caused ine torture. I tnied
different oils and liniments, but wasn't
helped till I used Nerviline. Even
the first application gave considerable
•elief. Ill three days I was again at
work. Other men in the mill uso
Nerviline with tremendous benefit
too." Au honest record of nearly
fifty years has established the value
of Poison's Nerviline.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of lDOli models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
There are still a few cheery, well
furnished rooms, with beating stoves,
vacant at che Province hotel.
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
c7WEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
A. Erskine Smith & Co
YOU have property for
sale in Grand Forks,
we have buyers.
IF
Bridge and First Sts
-GiM
BEGINNING FEB. 15, 1906
THROUGH
TOURIST
SLEEPERS
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
BETWEEN
SEATTLE   *^ND  CHICAGO
VIA THE
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
"THE COMFORTABLE WAY"
Route of the Famous Oriental Limited
For detailed information,'sates, etc., call on or address
H. SHEEDY, Agent,
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
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JJAVEYOTJ NOTICED
That  we  sell   only    the
.—,—i—.—       best   in   our lines!    We oiler
M  I  l|„j      nothing that is not   strictly
p-r-i       Hnt-iilan  in  GROCERIES.
~ I'HE QUALITY of our Stock
cannot be denied, and it is
for this reason that we are so
sure of giving pet-feet satisfaction to all who give us a trial.
We also carry a line of Boots,
Shoes, ltublie.is and Gent's
Furnishings,
Phone 30
Opposite C.P.R. Station
SUNBEAMS
A professional athlete is a dignified hunch of muscles, unable to
split the wood are sift the i.sbes.
The word automobile conies from
tbe English "ought to," and the
Latin "Moveo," to move. It is a
vehicle which might to move, bill
frequently [can't.
Biliousness is a liver complaint
often mistaken for piety.
A enddie is a small boy employed
at a liberal stipend to lose balls for
olliers, but lind them for himself.
PROVINCE HOTEL
BRIDGE STREET
EMIL LARSEN, PROP.
Entirely Refurnished and Renovated Throughout
First-class board by day,
rates to steady boarders. '
in the eity.    American am
week or   month.    Special
Phe finest furnished   rooms
European plans.
Finest Bar in City" in Connection
SEE DINSMORE
Before Ordering Your
SPRING SUIT
We huve all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. Call
and inspect our goods.
W.  H. DINSMORE,
MEHOHANTTAILOB,
BRIDGE ST.       GRAND FORKS
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ET.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
A cauliflower bus been aptly de*
lined as a cabbage with a college
education.
The chauffeur is a niiin who b
smart enough to operate an automobile, but clever enough not tu own
one.
The cinder, although a smill
thing, is usually the first thing to
catch your eye when traveling.
The conduct of others is generally
called vulgarity.
A Complete Line of HIOG Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and    will   be   sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
(iEO. CHAPPLE,     Opposite Postoffice
SIGN   OF   THE   BEST
Tips are the wages we pay other
people's hired  help.
True philosophy enables the rich
to say tliere is no disgrace in being
poor.
A great many minis are holes in
the ground, owned hy liars.
Route of 4 lie famous mul fnvGrlte
NORTH C0AST::LIMITED
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
- BKTWEBN-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,   -Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul,
—ALHO—
2-DAILY TRAINS-2
—BETWEEN—
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
.Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis-
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
j and Dining Car Service on all Trains.
•
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■-'.*•/•:i-i, -ft*]
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THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
S. F. & N. RY.
Daily
Leave
Dally
Arrive
Spokane, Seattle-
Everett, Belliiiff-
11.00 u m.   Iitim, Vancouver-
I Victoria nml  nil
 I Count points......
j -Si-olfum*, l-Vrrii--.
11:00 a.m.   WtmilpefcSfcPaui
| nml .Minneapolis..
4.45 p.m.
4:1*) p.m.
Geo.  Taylor
General Contractor.
I Nni'tlinort. Ho:
IllOOa.m. I Inml, Nrlsoii, Kits-     4:45 p.m.
 I I" and Sainton.. ,1	
I Ki'imhlk.; Curfew I
1:55 p.m. I nml Ferry (Mid* I ll):45 a.m.
ivay)   .„    I
5:lHl'p.m.   I'lHirnix, H.''.".."l 111:2" ,,.m~
| Connneotlng at Spokane with tho In-
moils
■ORIENTAL LIMITED'
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Puul,
Minneapolis, St. Louis, Chfcairo uml nil
points east.
Par   i plete    iufortnntton*    rates,
berth reservations, etc., cull on or nd-
dress, >
II. SIIEEIlY, Agent,
Grand Forks.
S. G. YKI1KES, A. G. 1'. A..
Soattle.
A lie is it very poor suhstitne for
the truth, lint the only one discovered up to date.
Your Are Ailing
Not t|tiite sink,—hut. robbed of ambition to work—lind it hard to think
clearly. Not ill enough to think of
dying, but bad enough for life to be
pretty  dull.     Tliere  is  a  remedy—
! Ferrozone—that quickly lifts that
half-dead feeling. " Gracious, but Ferrozone makes you feel good! it sliarp-
j ens tin* dullest appetite, makes it keen
as a razor.
Blood? Ferrozone makes lots of it,
the rich nourishing kind that vitalizes
tbe whole body. You'll be wonderfully quickened, immensely strength
oiled, feel hearty and vigorous after
using Ferrozone. Buoyant health,
surplus vigor and reserve energy all
come from this great restorative.
Fifty cents buys a box of fifty tablets
at all dealers.
You consider
that a poorly
printed job costs
just as much as
one that p r e -
sentsa neat and
tasty . appearance, do you not
think that your
business demands the latter kincUJ
40
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stoek and workmanship are of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
For sale, at a bargain, a second
hand Onligraph typewriter. Call at
The Sun olliee.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made at St. Paul
and -St. Louis in Union Depots for all
points East and South-East.
Tn enable partie*-* who ho desire to visit
friends and relatives In the Kant riiirtuir the
s-iiiuiier wan-ni <»f Him. the NORTHKRS l'A-
'[K1C will on JULY 2nd and Brd. AI'OUST
7th,Hf-.fi and 9th, ami SKPTBMBliK 8th und
luth s-»ll roniid-trl|> tickets from points In
t his territory to ChieiiKo, St. Louts, Bt. Paul,
Minneapolis, O^aha and KartB(w Oity at one
lowest-first olass faro plus Ten Dollars, with
final return limit ninety days from dute nf
sale, hut not heyond October Blst, 1000.
Extremely low rates art' in effect from
February 15th to April 7th aud September
15th to October Hlfrt, 1906, from nil points in
the East to points In this territory, if you
de-sin*, tn send for a friend or relative nn
these rates wc tele-graph tickets to Eastern
points without extra cost.
The NOTtiBRN PACIFIC- have nil us-
nouueed very low round-trip rates trow
points In the Bast to points in this territory,
nud tickets will be on sule from .luue 1st to
September tilth inclusive- final limit for return October 31st, 1900.
For further Information address ono of the
undersigned.
A. D. Ghaulto;      Gr.A. Mitoiirll
A. G. P.. Gen. Act.,
Portian      fe.    Spokane, Wash.
W. H. Hue,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Spokano, Wash,
Synopsis of Rotful-a tions Governing
tlu- 1 iis|ios;i I nl I totntntl •"*> *L.anctH
within tiie Rail-way Belt in
the I'rovince of lit-iti*-**).
Columbia,
ACIOBNSBta out timber cun be acquired
only at publio competition. A rentul of
ISpersqnorarotle is charged for all timber
berths excepting those siiuated West of Yale,
for which the rentul Is at the rate of  ft centt
per aore per annum, ,
lu addition to the rental, due* nt tho f-d-
lowing rates arc churned:—
SaWll lumber, ■"'" cents per thousund feet
H.M.
Railway tlei, ight nml nine fed loiij*-, !'.,
and l\ cents each.
ShlhglO bolts, '-ft cents a cord.
All other products, fi per cent, on the sales.
A Hoeme is issued so soon its a licrth fo
granted, hut in unsurveyed territory no tlni-
lier cun lici'itt on h licit li until the   lirem>efi
has made a survey thereof.
Permits in out timher ore also granted ut
publio competition, except In the case of
iictuul settlers, who require the timber for
their own use.
Settlers uml others may also obtain permits
to out up to 100 cords of wood for sule without competition,
The dues payable under n permit are $1.60
per  thousand  feet   M.M., for square timber
und snwlogs of nny w 1 except utile Froth '•*
to IC cents pet- lineal fool for hutldttiB logs;
from IV,. to H\ cents per cord for wood: I cent
for feme posts: H cents fur railway ties I uud
Till cents per cordon shingle holts.
.   Leases for grazing  purposes   are   issued
for a term of twenty-one yenrs ut it rental of
two cents nn ucre per annum.
Coul lauds muy be purchased at $10 per ucre
for soft coal ami $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 820 aores may be acquired hy one Individual or eompany.
Royalty at the rate of 1(1 cents per ton of
8,000 pounds is collected on the gross output.
Entry must be made personally ut the local Inml office for the district in which the
lund is situate.
A fee of sill is charged for a homestead
entry.
A settler who has received an entry Tor u
homestead, Is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the
following plans: -
(1) A** least -i***. months' rOsldettoe upon und
cultivation of the lund to euch year during
the *erm of threo years.
It.ii the praotlce of the-Department to re
quire a settler to bring IB ncres under cultivation, hut il lie prefers he may substitute
Btoek;und 20 head of cattle, to bo actually
his own   property, with  hllildings  for  their
accommodation, will oeaooepteo  instead of
the cultivation.
(2) If father (or iiMither, if the father is deceased) of un.V person who Is cliiiiliie to niuke
a homestead entry under the provisions of
the Act, resides upon a farm In the vicinity
of thO land entered for by Mich persons as a
homestead, the requirements of the Ad us to
resilience prior to obtaining patent may he
satisfied by Mich person residing with the
futher or mother,
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon funning lund owned hy hiin in
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements ofthe Aot us to residence miiv he Satisfied by residence upon thesaid laud.
Application for u patent should he nmwe ut
the cm! of three .years before the local agent,
siih-ugent or u homestead Inspector.
Hefore making un application for a patent,
the settler must give six mouths'notice In
writing to the (Toiiitnlssiot-erof Dominion
Lands at Ottuwa. of his intention to do so.
VV. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Ottawa. February-ith, 1905
HUD3IM.1IE.1S Fflli
lot
HQYT BROS. GO.
SPOKANE'S LEADING FLORISTS
Choice Graduating Da**/*
Flowers and Bouquets.
Decoration Day flowers
and designs. Budding
plant of all kinds. Prices
low.
817 RIVERSIDE AVE..
PHONE 534 SPOKANE, WASH.
Pl% •**    ''•' -ii       1 MADE 1.
fy»i '■' . 'M"** Designs
'r\jm<,v      copyrights &c.
Anyone Bending ankotrh nnd description inny
(inii'kiy iisoertnl ir opinion rruo whether mi
InvonliMii is iu'mIiiiIiIv |.„i,ur..l.l,.. ( miiiiimil'-ii-
UoM»trlollji'«"ll,l„ii...il. IIAIIUUQQKuiil'nii'iils
split Iron. <H.I,.*| nt'i-ii'v i..r M.'.-uriri^ ,.in,*ni**.
l'lin-tns titki'ii ilir..n.*i .Mn,iii k I'u. receive
ipiclul miller, withoutt'.i'ir.'u, In tlm
Scientific American,
a hnnrtiornely lllnstrnted wookly.   T-nrjrest etr.
mi Im mn of an v poioiltltla J'»n .nil.    Tortus, ?'■ n
T.i-i-: four monllUi $i. Sombjrall noiradealorn,
ftliJiWI & Co.36'8™""""- New York
liruuuu Otlivu, Cii V ^-t., WuahlUh'tuii, D. C.
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Tronks to
and from All Trains
Telephone Al 29
GRAND  FORKS TRANSER COMPANY
llUTHEIIFOBD   BhOS., PhOI'S.
FINK  LAUNDKUING.
COLLARS,   UUI'FS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CI,KAN* AND
NICE   AND   IRONED  HY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED,
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
rlarness,Saddlery
Uitvlng e-tnhlii-iii-ii ii oompletetA Harnosi.'
Shop at Midway, full; ennippec) in evei-y ;
reiperi, we are prepared to undertake
any kind of work
On the Shortest Notiiiii
Welmvi) imroliasoil tho ontln li nf
A.   Il.ill,,.,:;.   <il  (Ir wand,   nml   llnvn
mlil, il Um> sntnB tu ■ nlroitfl*' lurge nntl
eomiilote assortuient.
ORDERS RY MAIL
Will receive our prompt attention. We
arnflpeelally prepared to deal with mall
order buslneta, nml tu Kuarantno latU*
footion.
A. A. FRECHETTE & CO.,
MIDWAY. 3. C.
R, C. MCGUTCHEOi-i
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, .Sn-v
Piling, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer nf Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street   .    Grand Forks, 6. C.
mmmummm
mmmm BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
1905, and for the past week:
Granby Mines,Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstiin-.Tackpot, Wellington	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix,
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. 0, Mine, Summit	
R. Bell, Summit	
Eiiitnii, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Brey Fogle, SummitCamp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Reliance, Summit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon W. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
Jewel, Long Lake...-	
Carmi, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance', Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine. Skylark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous 	
shipments of Boundary mines for   1900, 1901,  1903, 1903,   1904'
7901.
231,702
1,721
99,034
150
1902.
309,858
20,800
141,320
1903
393,181
74,212
138,079
804
7,455
550
150
150
47,405
15,731
6,648
1904
549,703
174,298
25,050
3*070
3,250
1,759
4,586
5,000
1905      1906 Past Wk
653,889    292,936 15,027
050
14,811
56q
8,530
3,339
111,305
174,560
55731
25,108
3,056
4,747
1,720
58,448
52,273
4,536
22,817
818
3,232
3,201
297
858
22,037
15,537
363
37,960
16,400
3,450
222
304
83
9,484
3,007
1,833
5,8:14
6,404
50:1
1,040
875
605
"350
890
80
3,450
785
625
"482
2'l75
2,435
219
993
400
Total,  tons  390,000
Granby Smelter treated   230,828
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smeltertreated  117,611
Montreal & Boston Co.'s Smelter treated 	
325
507,545
312,340
148,(100
107
500
726
, 325
52
50
300
33
150
750
30
770
105
535
689
255
73
500
360
15
188
60
684,961
401,921
102,913
123,570
827,348
596,252
209,637
30,930
933,516 438,547 23,177
687,988 307,471 15,032
191,056 07,539 3,573
84,059 74,082 4,4 22
r
7
AND RESTAURANT
First-Class Bread, Pies and Cakes
'   Best ot Material Used
No Chinese Employed
T. DUDLEY
PROPRIETOR
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
(Between Winnipeg nnd "Victoriu.)
If your watch needs repairng,
hike it to White Breos. All work
guaranteed.
Read The Sun—The only twice-a*
week paper in the Boundary. SI.OO
per yeir.
Our job department is superior to
nny other in the Boundary country.
We have both the material and the
experience to turn out high class work.
Columbian
College
FOUNDED 1892
INCORPORATED  1893
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Provides it Home for Students of
both sexes at reasonable rates. Has n
Preparatory Class for Junior Students iloingPublic School work. I.s do
ing High School work, confers all
High School privileges, and prepares
for Teachers' Examinations. Teaches
all branches of a thorough Practical
Business Course, and grants Diplomas,
Gives a Liberal Education in its own
Collegiate Couise, and in the Ladies-
College Course for the degrees ol
M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University
work, the Arts Course can now he
taken in Columbian College, and the
B.A. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with which the College
is in full affiliation. In Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. and
B.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
write,
Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
or Re v. .1. Bowell, Bursar.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
Razor honing a specialty at the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
The Lion Bottling Works are selling Gooderham it Wort's Bye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for S3.00 per gallon.
You're next at the Palace Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
First class dressmaking. Late of
Toronto. Over Hunter-Kendrick
store.    Terms inuderate.
It takes modern material to do up-
to-date work. The Sun job department is kept strictly up-to-date.   .
For a nice hair cut or shave go to
the City 1'arher Shop on Bridge street.
Baths 50c, three for 81.00.
NOTICE
NOTICE is liorphy given that sixty -luys iifipr
tlnto I tvtUai'iily -.«> the Chief  Com mis-
si onef of Lamia uml Works for permission to
purchase the following 1 1. situate ahout
thirty-four miles northerly from the Oity of
Grand ForUs, in Usoyaofi Division <,f yale
District: Commetmliiff ut a postpinhte*! at
the northeast corner of the lund applied im;
thenoe Hi- ohains west: thence 40 chains
south; thence 80 ohains east! thenoe 40 elialm*
north to the plui'i' uf beffiunit)ffi and uon-
talniufr 8?0 ncres. more or lens-.
Dated tm- nth day of March. I%i5.
H.P. WHITB, Locator.
T'erM  D.WHITE. Afrent.
*ff^>^7
P. T. McCallum
Begs to announce to the public in general, and to the citizens of of Grand Forks   in ,',
particular, that he has opened up tr*1
<|
•Ruction Rooms
j&4 Winnipeg Avenue
'$[ Next door lo the Opera House, ami will   hei forth conduct bi weekly sales,   nu the
JaW flint and third Saturdays of each month.    Parties leaving town will do well  to con-
Tfi suit him before leaving, as  lie  is prepared  to sell all kiiids of Stock, Implements,
Household Furniture, etc., mi Commission, or buy for Spot Cash.    Everybody knows
P, te.     He is agent for the
Canadian Casualty  and   Boiler .J
Insurance Company
A policy with his company menus a promise to pay; and Pete produces a cheque
every lime vou happen with an acoideiit nr get sick with fever. His company has
paid more claims iu Grand Fork" miring the lust two years than  all  ether  accident
nnd sickness companies < ibtnerl.    Call  at  Ids office, Johnson, Block, First Sireet,
and consult him.    He is an old-timer,    He was   iu  the  valley before Grand Forks
existed,     lie has stayed with the valley, with tile city, and wilh I; itizens, and he
will treat you right.
&%.%&&
<twf **;# «¥*#»
Pacific
Hotel
OFF. 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.
CALL AT  MASSIE'S
and look over his stock. It is not necessary to
leave an order. No one will ask you to do so, but
the goods will exert a very strong pressure. This is
u very well selected stock of very handsome goods
of seasonable weights and stylish designs. Under
the skilful hands of our
Expert Tailors
these goods are made up into perfect, dressy and
high-class suits.
Geo. E. Massie
MERCHANT   TAILOR,
Grand  Forks, B. C.
Finest Furniture
A   large   consignment
of Lounges, Dining-room
Chairs, Tables nnd Sofas just
arrived. Call and inspect
them. Also a stock of Bhin
kets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to
be sold at greatly reduced
prices. See our display of
Pictures.
R1VEBSIDE AVENUE
GRAND   FORKS, B. C.
J. W. JONES
Jewelers and
Opticians
White Bros.
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
First Street Grand Forks, B. C.
We SIMPLEX      ll
Loose Leaf Systems
r
■ There are vory few business   houses  today  which do
not use snnie form of Loose Leaf System in one or more
depart nls, as it isiugardpdaa ah'absolute necessity
by progressive business linns.
• 'I'lie   advantages   nf   the   Loose Leaf .System are now
well known, and permit of adaptability to meet to hest
advantage changing conditions.   It permits the greatest
amount of information tube ke tin condensed iorin, in
the least time, and the most accnurtite manner.
TJAcco'tints and ecords of all kindscun he kept hv  this
system  iii  any business, largo or small, with equal ad-
va itago.
Ii investigate the SimfilP-c'Loose   Leaf  Syinteui.    It'  is
We EVENING SUN
—O O—
Advertising Is a Business Stimulant
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