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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, August 3, 1906
Semi-Weekly—-$1.00 Per Year Id Advance
WE ARE GROWING
Three New Business   Firms
Added to the City Within a Week
Lawson, Baker & George the
Latest Bidders for Public Favor
On  Monday next the largest ex~
elusive grocery store in the eity will
open  its doors  to  the  public.   The
name of this firm is Lawson, Baker it
George,   the members  being   Robert
Ijtwson,   VV*.   A. Baker  and   E,   M.
George.    All are experienced business
men, the two last named having  been
employed in Jeff Davis k Co.'s store
for a number of years.    Mr. Lawson
is a Winnipeg man, but  for a year
past   he has   been   engaged   ill   fruit
ranching on the Covert estate, having
purchased a tract of that famous orchard,    The new store is centrally located on Second street, and is  one of
the largest store buildings in the cit y
A very large stock of staple and fancy
groceries is now being unloaded.     In
addition to  this  the  firm   will  also
carry  fresh fruits and vegetables, in.
fact,  anything needed by the housewife  can   lie  fonnd in this establishment.    As all the member's  of the
new  firm  are    well  and    favorably
known   here, adll  withal  being energetic and enterprising, they will undoubtedly enjoy a prosperous business
career.
The firm of J. A. Hartley it Co.
expert watchmakers, jewellers and op
ticians, was opened this week on First
street, and report doing a good business, although they have not yet received their full line of goods. Mr.
Hartley has recently been iu the jewelry business iu Tacoma. and eoine-- to
this city highly recommended,
A first class clothing and gent's
furnishing store was also opened this
week by 1). 0. Munro it Co. Mr.
Munro is an old-tinier of this city, and
the firm should meet with marked
success. They curry a new and up-to-
date stock of everything needed hv
men to make them presentable at the
smelter or in the most select society,
At Opera House Tonight
Miss Maude Underhill, reciter, and
.Miss Queeuie McCoy, soprano,
are booked for an entertainment
at the opera house on next Friday
night. Miss Underhill is considered
by the press to lie the premier reciter
of the coast, and her talents are re*
uiiirkahle iu thoir scope and versatility,
embracing humorous and pathetic
leadings, clever impersonations, child
imitations, sketches, scenes uud inolio*
logues, Irish, Negro and German ilia
louts, etc. She has the faculty of
evoking laughter, hut also is gifted
with that deeper sentiment which always finds a responsive chord in her
audience. Her delivery is pleasing,
and she excells where so many fail.
Of her the Vancouver World says:
"Miss Underhill wins the approval and
confidence of her audience by having
everything iu good taste and nothing
in excess. It is at this point that
nearly all recitationists seriously mar
their best effect, but Miss Underhill
rendered every one of her numerous
pieces with a reillly restful grace, that
left a good appetite for more."
Miss McCoy, soprano, is an artist
of exceptional ability, a favorite thru-
out the coast country, and her appearance here on Friday night is suro
to prove a treat to lovers of operatic
sung.
The following program will be reu-
lered tonight:
1. Story—"The Huggles' Dinner
Party" Wiggins
2. Song—Creole Love Song....Smith
Scene from "School for Scandal" Sheridan
Song—"Beloved, It Is  Morn"
 J  Aylward
1'ecitations—
(k) "A Little Bit of a
Woman" Field
(li) "How It Happened"..Kiley
(c) "The Dead Pussy Cat"	
6. Song—"Se Saran Rose".... Arditi
7. Scene—"The Rival Queens"
 Schiller
8. Songs-
lii) "F'ral'Aprile Gioeondo"
 Rotal
(li) "Solvejgs Lied" Grief
9. Monologue—  When Jack
Comes Late" Bergen
Good-bye"   Losti
NEWS OF THE CITY
The Enlarged No. 2 Furnace
Will Be Blown In Next
Monday
Steel   Works Will Soon Be
Operated at Fheir Full
Capacity ,
i quartz lead which was from 8 to
12 inchesjying almost perpendicular
with talc on both walks both walls
in water. The quartz is covered
with free gold. When he struck
this lead Weleher was bo excited
that lie could hardly comtiiin himself and Immediately sent for nre
sacks from Grnnd Forks. This property is owned by David Whiteside
and A. McKinley. Mr. Weleher
brought down some fine samples of
the ore with hiin, and these are now
on exhibition nt Mr. Whiteside's
oflice. Mr. Whiteside is impatiently
awaiting a fuller report of the lucky
strike.
10.
SUNDAY SERVICE
Three of the furnaces at the Granby
smelter were closed down for a short
time this week to make connections
with No. 2 furnace, which has been
out of commission for about a month
while being remodeled and enlarged.
It is expected to have this furnace
ready to be blown in by Monday or
Tuesday.
The last car of machinery for the
Grand Forks Steel Construction
Works is daily expectetl to arrive in
the eity. On its installation the
works will be opened in full blast.
Methodist Church—Services on
next Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7:20 p.
m. Morning subject "A Silent God;"
evening subject "The Story of Gideon." A hearty invitation is extended to you.   £. Manuel, pastoi.
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. 1!. Gilpin, customs ollicer nl
this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts
at the various sub-customs offices, ns
reported to the chief oflice in this
city, for the month of July:
Grand Forks  2,084.70
Midway  5,848 39
Greenwood  2.100.49
1'hoenix  1,111.41;
Sidley      39*>.50
Carson      189.08
Cascade      1.1504
Osoyoos        73.17
Keremeos         19. HO
Total
•12,806.26
R. & P. Mistrels
The number of people who really
live is siinill compared with the vast
number thnt. merely exist; Some
people seem to think if they go to
one minstrel show ihey have seen
lli.'in ail nn.I stop right there. Those
me Ihe people lint jh**t exist, Hoth-
ing more.
In the ini'L'i'i'ciiies ii is common
to meet the bends ni' families who
figuring on their daily, weekly or
monthly  expens.'s. figure  lhat  the
theatre is  a in ssury expense, and
a visit eneli week must he figured
mi. These people really live, nml it
is a noticeable lint thnl ihe same
habit is spreading into the interior.
Uu and see them ull i' yon can
iill'oi'd it, if not, pick out those that
hnve the murk of nge in their fnvor,
those that hnve been before ihe pub
lie long enough to know just whnt
ymi nre gelling, Richard it Pringle's Fanioiis Georgia Minstrels that
come to the opern house ou Friday,
August 17, will come near filling
your expeclntutions.
M. Mecklenberg, M. A., the celebrated onilist,optician and eye specialist, will again lie at the Yale, Aug.
27-29. Now is your opportunity to
have your eyes attended to properly
by this well known and widely experienced eye spccialisti Fees moderate;
satisfaction guaranteed.
A. G. Rawlinson, of Qu'Appelle, is
visiting his brother, E. H. C. Rawlinson, in this city.
SCHOOL EXAMS
Names oF  Those Who Pass
From  Grade   to
Grade
Five oF Grand Forks'  Eight
Scholars Are Successful
The White Bear mine of Rossland
has resumed shipments to the Granby
smelter, two carloarls arriving in the
city last Wednesday over the Great
Northern.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Massie, desire to thank their many friends thru
the press for the many kindnesses,
and expressions of sympathy, extend-
llieni during the late illness of their
infant daughter.
Died—In this city, on Thursday,
August 2, Annie Grace, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Massie, aged
four months. The child had been
sick for about a week with cholera
infantum, which was the cause of
death. The funeral took place last
evening f.'.un the family residence.
The sympathy of the people of the.
community is being extended to the
parents ill their sad bereavement.
Mr. John Simpson, principal ofthe
Muyie school, is visiting friends in
the city.
Howard Hush arrived in Ihe city
this week, and has assumed lis
duties ns bend clerk in the grocery
department of Jeff Davis it Co.'s
store.
Klenor W. Johnson, of the International News Bureau, Seattle, wis
n Visitor in the city this week.
I*. Spraggett, supervisor of roads,
this week starled lo repair the wagi n
road between this city uud Cascade
recently damaged by a cloudburst.
There nn* live large washouts, necessitating ihe construction of about a
mile of new road.
Tbe I'liioh it Reins dog und pony
circus which showed here Wednesday afternoon und evening drew a
large crowd and give general satisfaction. The feature of the show
was the trained animals, which were
the  bi'St  ever seen ill this  or any
other country. .
 «
James Weleher, who has been doing assessment work on Aspin claim,
in Franklin camp this week opened ' branches.
The Salvation Army
Captain Quaife, of Vancouver
headquarters, assisted by Captain
Moore and Lieutenants Chatterson
and Crossman, will open the Salvation Ar.oy work in Grand Forks on
Saturday and Sunday, August 4th
and 5th. The meetings will take
place as follows: Saturday at 8 p.
m., great opening meeting; Sunday
at 7 a.m., hallelujah breakfast, 11
a.m., holiness meeting, 3 p.m., free
and ensy meeting. 8 p.m., Salvation
meeting. Public meetings will also
In* conducted every night during the
week at 8 p.m. The meetings take
place in the ball next to the old
Union hotel on Riverside avenue.
A cordial welcome is extended to all
to attend.
The following is a summary of the
work done by the Salvation Army
in Canaday during the past year:
Rescue—563 girls were received
into the 11 homss of this territary.
Of tnese 251 were sent to situations,
nnd 114 were restored to parents or
friends;
The Children—ill children were
taken care of in this territory last
year.
Prison Work—1159 men were met
and advised on the day of their discharge in Toronto Inst year. 990
were given temporary employment.
All large prisons in Canada are regularly visited, and prisoners advised
and nssisted as far as possible on
their discharge.
Labor Bureau—7907 men were
found temporary or permanent employment through this agency.
Men's Social—88,089 beds and
74,2,''.S meals were supplied the past
year.
League of Mercy—This board of
heroic workers is carrying the message of peace and mercy to llious
mills of sick and unfortunate thru-
out Canada. They visit jails, hospitals, etc., und distribute thousands
of War Crys' free each week.
Missing Friends—Out of 55(1
persons enquired for last year 113
were found.
Present day facts am:
the Salvation army:
Weekly attendance	
Services annually	
Circulation .of periodicals
Conversions for past year
Ollicers engaged  ...
Local  ollicers	
Bandsman	
Accomodations social inst.
Pisir daily assisted	
Corps and outposts	
Rescue hom.es	
SI urn posts	
Food and shelter depots...
Labor bureaus, free	
Labor factories	
Children's homes	
Total  social    institutions
for men ami women	
j I llficers ami others entire
ly employed in same ...
j Accommodations iu same.
Poor persons daily assisted
These institutions arc very success*
| I'ul, and are yearly   increasing in  all
figures of
*". 000,001)
•'1,000,000
1,620,000
250,000
18,000
■15,3311
17,957
33,(100
21,000
.s,070
111
182
153
37
7ii
33
021
1,830
33,000
21,000
Victoria, July 30.—The following
are the results of the high school examinations: •
GRAND FORKS CENTRE
Senior Academy Grade— Maximum''
marks, 300.
Douglas McD. Hunter, 157.
Intermediate Grade — Maximum
marks, 1300.
William Mitchell, 735.
Junior Grade—-Maximum marks,
1500.
Nellie W. Henderson, 900; Daniel
P. McCullum, 865; Phila jE. Wells,
832.
N'.mber of candidates 8, passed 5.
Resides these, Jessie Stuart, wbo
obtained a junior grade certificate
last year, passed the examination in
education required by the new
schol law, and had her junior grade
certificate converted into a third-
class certificate, which will enable
her to teach for three years.
NELSON   CENTRE
Senior tirade—Maximum marks
1100.
Olaf Austad, 822.
Intermediate Grade— Maximum
miuks, 1300.
William Brown, ''I'i; Kenneth
Weir, 752; Lottie McVicar, 740.
Junior Grade—Maximum marks,
1500.
Amy Swannell, 860; Louise A.
Allison, r'25; Minna M. Etter, 811;
Ellen Fawcett, 795.
Number of candidates 14, passed 8.
ROSSLAND CENTRE
Junior Grade—Maximum marks,
.1500.
Christina Buchanan, 1)08.
Number of candidates I, passed 1.
KAMLOOPSCENTRE
Junior tirade— Maximum marks,
1500.
Walter .1. Pearse, 976; Lulu M.
Taylor, 935.
Number of candidates lo, passed 2.
KASLO CENTUE
Junior Grade—Maximum marks,
1500.
Gertrude M Allen, 926.
Number of candidates 5, passed I.
REVELSTOKE CENTRE
Junior Grade -Maximum marks,
15011.
Hilda llobbs, ]022) Geoffrey llyg-
gen, 972; George W. Clark. 924; Arthur Bennett, HOI; Kate E. Sutherland. 790: William Fraser. 770.
Number of candidates 12, passed li.
SNAP—nine-room house in the
North addition for sale at a bargain;
terms. Impure of Geo. Pound, or al
The Sun olliee. -
E. H. Knight was in from tin'
Pathfinder yesterday.
The early milkman is better qualified to give you pointers on the
genuiness of a woninn's complexion
than anyone else. ibrtmuT §un
(Jranrl Pork-i, Br Ulth Columbia,
If si iny .nut l''ri(liiy E£venin*ft.
.Editor unit Publisher
pHBCKIPTIOS HATK-* :
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atlvmipe)       .... 1.00
r rntes furnish**1 mi uniluiti ii
[(■■k, 10 Hud 5 Oentfl |'t-r lin*'.
ninunioiitlonfl to
THB BVKNXMi Sl'N,
Rhanu Porks, B.C.
i
l¥, AUGUST % 190(i
If   Geological Survey
Staff
locutions received by the
|um several of the field par-
geological survey show
| work is everywhere pro-
Ivorahly.
lawson word has come   that
I of estimating the  volume
! of  the gold-bearing bench
luell under way,
Jtish  Columbia   Mr. LeKo.v
led  the examination of the
Jtion   from  the international
I'to Burrai-d idlet, and he is
ltinuing   it in  Howe sound,
laced out the  rocks  on   the
Itainiug  economic   minerals
larefully study the more im-
leas of Howe sound.
lmse;l, in  the Similkameen,
Jied    the   mapping   of   »lit*
L coal basin, and has   to  i x
i Roche river, Kennedy  and
Mountain   camps   along the
nilkaincen  from the interna*
liiiilnry northward,
Jock reports good progress  in
led  study  and   mapping  of
J camp, and sees no  difficulty
Ileting   the   work   before the
le season.    He has   sent, for
specimens uf sands from Lit
creek,  which   lie  suspects
platinum, along with   a  con-
J amount of gold.
lord   bus  been   received from
licli,    in   the   Bulktey valley,
i Mr. Dowling, who   is   track-yard the anthracite coal area
pstern slope of the mountains,
the   plain*   Prof.    Macoun
jqiiently and enthusiastically
j the soil nnd   crops   of   the
ilong the hiii' of  the  Grnnd
Pacific railway to the  west  of
la,   while  Mr.   Chalmers  has
■ployed giving advice us to the
I the boring prospects in   the
ion.
arties of Mr. Mclnnes nnd
lullivan, who are exploring the
between the Saskatchewan
pi Hudson bay have not been
from, nor has word been re-
•om Mr. Collins nor Mr. Wil-
lorthcrn Ontario and Quebec,
.allow, whose party is work-
Jucbec to tin* eust of Cobalt,
fair indications of minerals in
riot,,but owing to u thick covin)', discoveries ure slow and
to make.
\V. A. Johnson has nearly
teil the work on the Peter.
:i map sheet uud will soon move
irea of the Prince Edward map
ivlliell a few more surveys will
te.
international umitl in the
i-utiim of tl Ider rock formats at work in northern New-
anil will transfer their Held of
gation to eastern Ontario to
the end of July. Dr. Barlow
officinl representative of the
on this commission,
-lew Brunswiok Dr, Ells is mak-
isiderable change in the olussi-
n of the rocks of the southern
f the province, and is also visit-
e various mining centres with a
<i the publication of a revised
u of the report on the minerals
W Brunswick.
Fletcher,   after   stnrting   his
party in the lieliK rendered assistance
to professor W linan who  is closely
investigating the the iron resources of
Nova Scotia, fur the mines branch of
the Deparl nt of the Interior. Recently In* bus visited the lately opened
seam of coal on the property of the
Eastern Coal Co. I. mi ted, at Maccan:
the section in the face of the working
gives ten feet os coal iu a thickness of
fifteen feet, the working eoal being
four feet thick, a apparently of good
quality.
Card of Thanks
I desire to express my sincere
thanks and appreciation to the members of the Gland Porks Fire |)i-
partment for their efforts to save my
buililiiigsanil stock during the recent
disastrous fire.
.1. W.JONK).
Are Good Looks Valuable?
If nature had her way every complexion would he clear and delightful.
But many allow their blood to become
week,—hence pimples, sallow skin,
dark circles under the eyes. To have
a beautiful complexion Use Ferroswne
regularly. It brings a rich ruddy
-.'low to tin1 cheeks,nourishes the blood
ind then by destroy* humors and pimples. For btauty, "health and good
pirite use Ferrozone. Your appear
ance will improve a hundred fold.
Fifty cents buys a box of fifty chocolate coated Ferrozone tablets--don't
put off—get Ferrozone today.
AS YOI LIKt IT
You see bargains everywhere when
you haven't a cent.
Most people would rather be miserable rich thnn happily poor.
A    circus   poster   und   a   political
peerh   is   very   nearly   one  nud   the
same thing.
The nights are steadily growing
cooler and everybody smiles but the
iceman.
When we see a dog and a gout
walk a tight rope it makes us blush
all over to think of the vast acres required at times by some men to make
walking possible.
It is possible to train a horse to
give its correct ago, but it's doubtful
whether anyoi e ever will lie able to
so train a womur.. ,
Everybody thinks there nre no
musicians like "your own'' until u
circus conies to town
If you want tu discover n man's
weakness all you have lo do is to
keep your mouth shut and listen.
The easier n man makes his money the easier il is for other people to
seperntc him from it.
The man who marries a woman
merely to get a cook must expec to
get roasted.
Never pass judgment on a man's
veracity till he has returned from
his lirst Ashing trip.
H01EL ARRIVALS
TIIK   V.M.1-:
G W Johnson, .Vancouver; Howard Bush, Nelson; T K Murli'V. to-
ronto; B I! Dawson, Mrs. VV I' Tier-
nev, II Smith, Nelson; C 1! Green
Harold Wrinht. VV It Hedelle, s E
Bradley, Vancouver; P Church. Se
little; C M Murdock. Spokane; T II
Robinson, St, Paul, Minn.; II U McConnell, H VV Cowan, Toronto; Jno
It Read. Vancouver; John Harber,
llunville; Chns Miitdook, Montreal:
John .1 Holland, Chicago; Q Fair*
dreth, Republic; J R Palmer, Janes-
ville. Wis.; II Smith. Nelsou; Mrs,
V, A Seaw, Spokane; VV J McLean,
Vim con ver.
tiik WINDSOR
W II Stuart, Nelson; 1) J Byrne,
Rossland; I) A McLeod, Phoenix;
Mrs. .1 Webster. Bannock City;. Pete
Sykcs, Nelson; Agley G Glover
Greenwood: C Peltilord, Cascade; (1
Wall, Nelson; Manford Evans. St.
Paul, Minn.; Joe Fee, Danville; B
Dcwar, Franklin; Jordan Van West,
Tom Powell, M Burns, Nelson; VV
Kinbree, Greenwood.
OltAXBY
Wm CoswsJI, Nelson; Tom Farliy,
Spokane; VV .1 Bell, Mother Li'ule
mine; B A Price, Kettle Valley line;
C C Anderson, Northport.' Fred M
I'openlingeii, Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Wl.VXIPKCi
.Ins S MacDonald, Spokane; •! A
Blair, Vancouver; ('Olson, Danville;
Mike Wekt, Forth Fork; C Clark
nud   wife, Greenwood;   Henry  Cox,
Spokane.
VAI.II AI.I.A
Curl Yesseti, Nelson; C;iil Carlson;
I'annnck; .1 G Reveler, Burton City;
'oseph Hughes, Franklin.
A Million Dollars Squandered
Jt is estimated this sum was wasted
last year by people trying to (ind a
cure for catarrh. Foolish foiAufferers
to experimen when it's so well known
that Catarrhozone is the only remedy
that cures permanently. Other treatments only relieve, but Catarrhozone
cures and prevents the disease from
ever returning "I had catarih in its
worst form," writes 0 F Fielder, of
Rovnn. Que. "I wiis so bad thnt ordinary medicine didn't even relieve;
but Catarrhozone cured perfectly."
No   chance of  disappointment with
Catarrhozone—it's certain as death to
cure catarrh—just try it.
LOW LATES ON S, P.
The Northern Pacilic nrilway announces the very low rate of $76,66
from Spokane nnd common points
to Toronto, Out., nnd return on uc
connt of the annual meeting of the
I. 0. 0. F.. tickets on sale Sept, 8,
9, nnd 10, with a going transit limit
until Sept. '22. and final return limit
Nov. I'O, 1806. Tickets will he good
for stop overs within limits in cither
direction al St. Paul, Missouri River
or west thereof,
The Northern Pacific Railway
hnve on sule daily until Augusl -'•-)
inc., round trip tickets from Spo
knmo to Moclips. Westport, Long
Bench, Clatsop Bench and Tokeland
nt the very low rute of $20! Tickets
hnve n going nml return trnnsi.
limit of ten dnys nnd n final return
limit until Sept. 30, 100(1, nnd stop
overs will be ullowed within transit
limit of len dnys in boih directions
at Portland, Seattle und Tacoma.
For further particulars address
one of the undersigned;
A. D. Chahwok, A. 0. P. A.,
Portland, Ore. G. A. Mitoiiki.i,,
General Agent, Spokane, Wash. VV,
H  Uur, T. P. A.. Spokane. Wash.
The Lion Bottling Wor.ks have cu
their price on all case and draught
wines und liquors,
To tlm Board of Llcnnslng Coinini*
sioners, Grand Forks
H
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■ I hi! will, m the npxt in»*> tin-.*- uf th-- li-im
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tiprtu Motpl, Kivfi-xlilc itreoti (ifiinil Kiu-U-
from A. TraiMiWeUet1 to Btireii Neliotii kw
tn havo tha name of the lotel ohotiued fruti
tlm Aiiii-ri i tu the Valhalla.
Dateil at Grand Porita tfiti Mill day nf .Inly
1906.
a.traunwbisbk,
borbN nblson.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
Tw.kpiione AI 'J'.l
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
KuTHKnroKD Buos., Props.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
FOIt RENT ol! LEASE—82-Boo-n
Flat, partly furnished; hest location
in the city; rent reasonable,     Enquire
at Dr. Averill's residence.    Phone 25.
FPALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
A FRESH STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
The Sun is uiily $1.00 in■ v year. It
is issued twice a wteek, antl prints
more m-ftva than any ither I'aper in the
Boundary nml prints it while it is
news. Just at present uUr circulation is growing so rapidly that we
haw been compelled to employ an ad-
give this man | ••nimiHMit emplnvnient | COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
wears prepared to receive a few more I ■
names. . _ _
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the oil v.
FOR SAI.K ill ii llnrjjiiin—Five-'
sere fruit r nch, 76 5-yt'iir old trees; I
7-l'oiHll house: flood Imrn nnd well;
price 12000. For further particulars.
call at The Sun oflice.
The   oftener   your    advertisement
rcuehes tl e j.uhlie. Ihe •jreuter wil he
its trmle attracting powers.
Hotel V
alhalla
HEADQUA ,TERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SCIGARSTORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE. GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
Kii'st-l'lnss Ar.-oiniiiodutions for
Transient*.. Sini'lterinen's Trade
Solicited. Terms IteasOualile.
Tahle Supplied with the liest tlui
Market Ailords.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always   in   Stock   at the liar.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINK   LAUNDKHING.
(.'OLIiAll.S,    CUFFS     AN!'
iSHIRTS WASHl'D CI.KAN  ANH
NICK   AND  IRONED UV
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
HIVKHSIDK AVKNUF.
GRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE-! R.DAY, AUGUST 17
AN ORNATE BLAZE OF GLORY !   A GLEEFUL COMMINGLING OF JOVIALITY!
RlCHARDSfrPMNGLES o'lSSSk MINSTRELS
MORE FUN THAN A CIRCUS
111—A Coalition of Mirth Vivacity and Gaiety*  40
The   Big   Six   Couieilinns—Clarence   Powell,   Fred   Simpson,   Frank   Kirk.
James Crosby, Happy Bureguard, Lenter McUuniels.
Plan ui Woodland's. " Reserved Seat, $1.00: Ailinis»ion, 50 Cents
A. Erskine Smith & Co
Watch This Space
Bridge and First Sts
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL HINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
cTHEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B.C. M
Buy Your Wife
Her Supply of
Groceries
At our store. It will save, her a lot of inconvenience and hard work ill
preparing your dinner, as we only handle the hest of everything.
Uverything for the kitchen. We advertise "The Best"—and we've
got the goods. The main factor in keeping the stock always fresh is
our Ixiw Prices.
Xtu Tu'e ,!f BENT'S FURNISHINGS AND DOOTS AND SHOES
It will pay you tu iqipeut our goods in thi-s department before
buying elflewhere. We can save you money, uud guarantee aatis<
faction.
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Phone 30 Opposite C.P.R. Station
PROVINCE HOTEL
BRIDGE STREET
EMIL LARSEN, PROP.
Entirely Refurnished and Renovated Throughout
Hot and Cold Baths
First-class hoard hy day, week orj month. Special
rntes to steady hoarders. The tinest furnished rooms
in the city. American and European plans. No
Chinee cooking.
Finest Bar in Citjr 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
''enorul Contractor.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
Leave
GRAND FORKS1 flit
Si.iitoii.il. Sfiittle, I
Everett, Belling-
Inoii, Vitiicoiiver, j   4.4.1 11.111
I Victoria  uml   ull |
! ('..ust noint.. 	
Snoltane, Ferule,
UtOOa.m.   wiiitiipeor,StPaul
     anil Mliiiieapolla,,
4:49 ii.in
I Nortliiiort, Kun«-I
11:00a.m. ; hu..!.Vk.ui. Kus-    4:4.1 p.m.
  I In mill Siiiiiltiu....
I lt.-inil.liu. Curlew I
4:85 p.m. I innl  Kerry (Mill* I 10:41 n.in.
1   ay).
1:110 p.m.   I'liuiitiix, ll.t .        I itl:2tl ...in
Continent! iib nt Si...loo... witli the fn-
1111111*1
"•ORIENTAL LIMITED'
1—Daily Overland Trains—2
From Spokane for Winnipeg, St. Paul.
Mliiiieapolis. St. Louis, Cliioaicu uml nil
li.tints (Mist.
I'..I oumplete information, ratal.
Iiprtli rettervatloiis, ato,, oalloli or ml'
a ran.
II. SHBBDV, Aiteiit.
Grand Korku.
S. (1. XKI1KBB, A. Q. I' A..
Seutt le.
"S*4;>ii consider
tli at a poorly
pririted job costs
just nt--, much aa
tine that presents o nefit nml
t a st y appearance. <l<> you not
think that your
lm si ne sh    de-
mends the latter kind V
,y
l-lood Printing—the kind we do—in in itself
au advertisement, and a trial order wil] convince
you that olir stock and workmanship are of tin*
best, .Let un estimate on your order. We Hilar*
aut-je satisfaction.
Kipplinq's Patriotic Poem
The slia >.e of Majuba Hill lies   heavy
on our line,
Hut here is shame completer still, and
Kngla id makes no sign;
Unchallenged in the market place of
freedom's chosen land,
As oui* rulers pass our rule and race
into the stranger hand.
At  a great  price you loosed the joke
'neath which our brethern lay
(Your  dead   that perished   ere 'twas
broke are scarcely dust today).
Think you ye freed them at that price? j
Wake or your toil is vain:
Our   rulers  jugglingly  devise to  se'!
tlieui back again.
Mack to I he ancient bitterness ve ended once for all— I
Pa'k lo oppression non« may guess
who I 'in ■•• not borne its thrall—
Hack I" th slough of their despond,
helots anew held fast
Ity KiiL-land's '-seal upon the bond.'"
as helots to the last.
Wlat is their sin thnt they are made
rebellion's lawful prey?
This is  their sin. that oft betrayed,
Thev tlid not oft betrav:
Thai   to   their   hurt   thev kept  their
vows,  that for  their  faith  they I
died.
Clod  help the children of our house!
whom England hath denied.
But  we—what (ind  shall  turn  our
doom,   what   blessing   dare   we
claim,
Who slay a nation in  the  wood in'
crown a trickster's ijame?
Who  came  hefore  amazed  mankind,
forsworn in party feud.
And searched the forms of law to bind
our blood to servitude
Now, even now, hefoie men learn how
near we broke our trust:
Now, even  now. ere  we  return,  do-
minion to the dust,
Now, ere the nates of mercy close for-:
ever 'gainst a line
That sells its sous to serve its  foes—
will England make no sign?
Fifty Years Dyspepsia Cured
"No one knu-vs what I suffered
from stomach trouble nnd dyspepsia."
writes A. li. Agnew of Bridgewntcr.
"For the last live years I have been
finable to digest and asrimilate food.
I had no color, my strength ran down
nnd I felt miserable and nervous nil
tbe time. I always had a heavy feel
■ ing niter meals and was nivch troubled
with di/./.iness und specl.-s before the
eves. Mr. Hamilton's Pills was just
what 1 needed. They have cured
every symptom of my old tumble. My
health is now all that can he desired."
Hv all means rise Or. Hamilton's
Pills; 25c per box at all dealers.
t
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
SOTJCE ""
Amite Lee, Mineral Claim, situate in the
Grnnd Korlts Mltillig Division nf Vale
District.
Where located. In South Wellinnrtuii
C»in|i.
TAKr.   NOTK'Ktl.lit l,.I..I.n It.tl.prt   BrOWIl,
A-j *'nt   for   l.ilmi.i.il   T. Wick Wire,  rree
Mi •'■ CeriflcateNo. P2l-7l('i homes Q. Bu-
ward* Free Miner'.*, (ertitieate .Nn. HiiSlfl and
Will lam   B. George Pree Ml ■'* Certificate
No. HtJfi88, ioti-inl. Mxty ii.:-,-. li lute hereof, lo apply to the MiniiiK Kei-order for a
i>i*tilieutp-ii( Improvements, fur tin* purposo
ot ohtniuiuV a Crown Gratit ot  tin- above
Ami further take notice tlmt action, under
section 87*. in in*! lie commenced before the
issuance ol Hindi Certificate of improvements.
Dated this 5th day of June, A. If. 1800.
J.R. BROWN,
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1U06 Models.
Seouid-liano! wheels always on
hand,   and    will   In*  sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GEO. CHAPPLE,    Opposite Postofiice
SIGN   OF   THE   BEST
NOTICE
Mountain Lion Mineral Claims, situate in
the Grand Fork Minim*- Division of Yale
District.        I
W here located:   Gloucester Camp,
TAKE NOTICE thut 1, H. A Sheads, (for
myself and nn agent for H. Watlin), l*"ree
MiiieraCel'tiHtuite.No.I'MJ^SiJainl llenrj* wiitliu
Pree Miner's certificate No. 1186108, intend,
*ixty days from date hereof, to apply to tin-
Mining Recorder fur a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of tin- above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section  .'7, must be commenced   before   the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this iljlh day of May, A. D. llHMi.
H. A.SHBAbS.
Konte of the famous and favorite
NORTH COAST LIMIT)
3-DAILY TRAINS-3
—BETWEEN-
I 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.
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
id Dining Car Service on all Trains
NOTICE Is hereby given that sixty days
after date I will apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds ami Woi-lts for permission to purchase tin* fullowinjr land, situate
about eighteen miles Northerly from the
City of (irand Forks, In the Osoyoos Division
of Yale District: Commenciut*- ut. a post planted at the Sunt beast corner of t he land hereby
applied for; thence .**" chains Nortli; thence
11 chains West: thenoe meander of tiie Kettle
River chains South ; thence 15 chains I7i*-t to
tbe place of bef-riminii*- aud containing 10(.
aeres, more nr less.
Dated the With day nf May. 1906.
AUGUST JOHNSON.
NOTICE
juOTICB is hereby given that sixty days after
11 date I will apply to the Chief Commissioner of bands and Works for permission tu
purchase the following lund, situate about
thirty-four tulles northerly from the City of
Grand Porks, in Osoyoos Division of Vale
District: Coinmeueiii;- al n post planted at
the northeast cnnier of the laud applied fur;
thence 8U chains' west: thence   4ii  chain■
south : thence KD chains east: thence 40 chains
nortli In the   place  of  hciriuuili-.', and  con-*
tuiiiin*.-* 820 acres, more or lesfl.
Dated the. 14th day of March, 1006.
H.P. WHITE, Locator.
Per M. D. WHITE, Ap-enf.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS inudB at st. Riiii
and St. Louis in Union Depots fur all
points East and South-East.
To enable purlies who so desire to visit
frieiulsand relatives in the BttSt during the
summer season of 1006, the NORTHERN PACIFIC will on JULY 2nd and Brd, AUGUST
"th.Sttlai.d Oth, aud SHl'TliMlU-.ll 8th and
16th S«ll round-trip tickets from points In
this territory to Chlnafco, St, Louis, st, Paul,
Minneapolis. 0-*ahu und Kansas City ut one
lowest first class fare plus Ten Dollars, witb
final return limit ninety days from date nf
sale, but not beyond October '.list, 1006.
Extremely low  rates are In effect from
February 15th to April 7th and September
15th to October 81st. 1906, from all points iu
the Bast to points in this territory. If you
desire to send for a friend or relative mi
these rates we teleuriiph tickets to Eastern
points without extra cost.
The NOTHKRN PACIFIC have all un-
uounced very low round-trip rates from
points in tbe East to points In this territory,
and ticket-* will lie mi sale from -lutie Nt to
September 15th inclusive, final limit for return October Mst, 1006.
Kor further information address one of the
uuder si i^ued.
A. I). ClUKLTON,      (J.A.  MlTOHEU
A.G. P. A., Gen. Atrt..
Port land, Gre.     Spokane. Wash
W. H, Ude,
Traveling I'tisseui-'er Aueut.
SpoUunc, Wash
4-^Z7-6^/u/-£^7*£&3£7
FRANKLIN TOWNSITE CO. t
B. LEQUIME. PRESIDENT
GEO. A. MACLEOD, TREASURER
CAPITALIZED $20,000,00        CD
i LOTS NOW ON THE MARKET
Call 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.
pEP YOUR EYE ON FRANKLIN
tfi
s
^A. Erskine Smith (S, Co.g
For full particulars address BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the
l!)0o, and for the past week:
ore shipments of  Boundary  mines  for   11)00.  1901,, lflBB,* JHIlf".   H)04
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, I'hoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Athelstan-.Iackpot, Wellington 	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix.
Morrison, Deadwood	
II. (,'. Mine, Summit	
R. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Cnmp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
lirey Fugle, Summit ('amp	
Nn. .'17. Summit Camp	
Reliance, Summit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon W. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central	
.lewel, Long Lake	
Cai'ini, West Pork	
Providence, (1 reen wm>< I	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
I.nst Chance, Skvlark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skvlark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Pills	
Miscellaneous	
Total,  tons	
Granby Smelter treated 	
B, C. Copper Co.'s Smelter treated	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter treated
1001.
281,782
'    1.7*21
99,08*1
loll
1002.
309,85'*
20,800
141,326
1903
Mil:*!, 1 SI
74,212
i:*s,(i7*i
804
"sso
160
150'
',4057
850
,455
15,731
5,646
1004
549,703 ■
174,298
25.050
3,070
3,25(1
1,759
4,686
5.000
1905       Willi  Piist  Wk
663,889   495,663 15,829
174,5110      77.359
557.'! I
25,10s
■50
86,461     2,904
H.057       398
3,066
4,7-17
1,720
82,653
1,282
904
70
14..S11
5(i||
8,580
3.330
19,385
1.045
SO
665
"350
890
SO
,456
7S5
625
,037
37,1)60
9,484
8,876
,537
io, too
3,():i7
6,40-1
368
3,4(30
222
.'lli-1
3:i
1,883
2,-135
482
2,175
21 ii
300,000
230,828
117,011
507.515
812,340
148,600
OO.'i
4il(i
107
500
1 '26
325
50
300
7511
15(1
311
770
105
535
689
255
73
500
77(1
15
■101
Pacific
Hotel
0PP. C.P.R. STATION
First-Class in Every Respect.
Sample Rooms for Commercial
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
SAR IN CONNECTION:
Finest Brands of Wines,
liquors and Clears.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.
i"*'J7 lM|:**,*^,"s,«,**i<i.    w^-T"---*
I:'' '
==*D Cr"
■■*A
110
684,961
-101,021
102,013
123,570
827,348
596,252
209,637
30,930
933,516
(!.S7,9.SS
194,056
84,059
"(13,720 21,083
501 410 10.002
82,720      	
123,910 -1.274
Our job department is superior to
any other in the Boundary country;
We have both the material and the
experience to turn nut. high class work.
Anyone gentling a skclrh nnd deacrlntlon may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably putem.ible. Cnmmnnlca-
tlonsstricllyconllnon...\l. HANDBOOK on Patents
sontfroe. Oldest upen'"' for securing patent*.
Patents tnkou thnnu-l. .Munn ft Co. receive
fecial notice, without ohnrt-0. In the
Scientific Bttericatu
A h-mdaomely ilhif-tr.it cii weekly. I.nrueet otr-
ouiatton <>f nny 8i.icnttU(! journal. Terms, $3 a
yenr: four months, 91. Sold byall newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.3*311--0*"*""'New York
Branch Office, 625 ¥ et.. Washington, D. C.
BlOTOLEB AND REPAIR WORK—A
complete line of 190(1 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
tn rent. Geo. Chapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
Get your wedding invitations printed
at The Sun oflice. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving made.
If your watch needs repairng.
lake it to White Bret'd. All work
ciiiirari leed.
Read The Sun—The only twicen
week paper in the Boundary. 81.00
per year.
Coiieye
FOUNDED 1892
INCORPORATED 1893
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Provides a Home for Student-* of
hoth sexes at reasonable rates. Has a
Preparatory Class fnr Junior Students doingPublic School work. Is doing High School work, confers all
High School privileges, and prepares
for Teaf-hers' 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 Lades'
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, witb which the College
is in full affiliation. In Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. nml
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 specially at the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
The Lion Bottling Works are selling Goiiderbani k Wort's Rye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canada,
fur 83.00 per gallon.
You're next at the Palace Burlier
Shop, Victoria hotel.
It takes modern material to do up-
to-date work. The Sun job depart
ment is kept strictly up-to-date.
For a nice hair cut or shave go tn
the Citv Burlier Sliop'on Bridge street.
Baths 60c, three for 81.00.
To Cure Fever, Chills, etc.
We know of no remedy so reliable
as Nervilit-e, Twenty drops in hot
water three times daily not only stops
chills but destroys the dis "use completely. Nerviline has a direct action
on ague and chills and removes their
exciting causes. In stomach and
bowel disorders Nerviline has hei..
first place for nearly fifty years, ll
is powerful, swift to act, thoro, and
perfectly safe Being pleasant to the
taste it's popular with everybody
Your druggist sells Nerviline in large
25c bottles: satisfaction guaranteed.
P. T. McCallum
LEADS THE VAN IN THE
<v4ccident and Insurance Business
Tin* iviisuns nn' eiiKily explained,
First—Uf is a-jent for tin-
Canadian Casualty and Boiler
Insurance Company
nml they issue TIIK BEST POLICIES IX THE WORLD.
Second—A policy with bis company means a promise to pav, ami Pte PAYS ALT. CI. \l MS
PROMFJ-LY.
Third—Pete is an old-timer, and everybody knows him and can rely on what he says.
Call at his office, JOHNSON BLOOK, FIRST STREET, and consult him, ,He will be
pleased to give you any infiir nation regarding his company, and delights to explain the special
features of
l$e Climax Policy"
Loose
SIMPLEX
Leaf Systems
*■ Tliere arc tery few business houses today which do
not use some form of Loose Leaf-System in one or more
departments, us it is legardedas an absolute necessitv
by progressive business firms.'
•Pile advantages of the Loose Leaf Svstem are now
well known, anil permit of adaptability to meet to best
advantage changing conditions. It pe'rmits the greatest
amount of information I., be kept in condensed lorn,, in
the least time, and the most acco'urate manner.
•iAccounts and eenrds of all kiiidscau.be kept bv this
system in any business, large or small, with eolinl advantage.
•illnvestigatetlieSimplexl.no.se Leaf Sym'teni. It is
the cheapest and best.
We EVENING SUN
^J)
N'o other travel-book tells as nuicli about tiie Oreat Northwe
"Wonderland   1906"
Ii. chapter!idealI with Piurlt Sound, the Columbia Hiver
te Oiienlot Indians  the 11 tt,*rrn*,t Range of J tiu.n.
tbe  lellnwstone National Park.
SND      IT    TO   YOUR      AST?
FRIENDS
There's nothing; better as a irlllile to thes|ilemle.l cunt ry
between tho .Mississippi ..,,.! ,|,e tide waters „f the
Filelllc.    Send six rents for a copy, or semi the si\ ts
,'!,','.. .   ■■Wl'»"«."' 'h« friend 10 whom "Wonderland
IU. II" is lu be mailed, to
A   M.CI.BALAND, Gen. Pus-i'gr Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
NORTHERN PA IFIC RAILW'Y
Three Trains Dall> in eueli direction between St. Paul, Minneapolis
lllllntli nnd Superior, and the
Great Pacific Northwest
The Sun job department is the
only offloe in the Boundary that is
kept strictly up to date. We are
the Tiffany of our town in our line
of business.      •
Stock Certilirates printed at The
Sun job oflice.
Three quart bottles of Nelson beer
for 50c at the Lion Bottling  Works*
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