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FEB 12 1906     cZi
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fifth Year-No. 28
Grand Forks, B. C, Tueslay, February 6,1906
Issued Twice a Week
Administration Changes  Its
Determination to Defend
By-Law 26	
.And Passes a Fifteen-License
Measure to Replace the
Same
The attendance of spectators at the
regular meeting oi the city council
lost night was so great tha|tit required
both the council cbamcerand the
city clerk's office to accomodate
them. It had been whispered about
during the day that liquor license
No. 2G would be slaughtered. And
it was slaughtered. Fifteen men
can now obtain license* to sell
liquor inside the city limits.
Present—Mayor Hutton, Aid. Clements, Cooper, Gaw, Lequime, McDonald and Spraggett.
The lieajth and relief committee
recommended that the city health
officer be retained at $35 per month.
Adopted.
The following accounts were ordered paid:
Dr. Kingston $20.00
Grand Forks Transfer    47.23
Canadian Wcstinghouse  173.22
J.M.Simpson      1.25
VV. K. C. Manly      2.25
Hunter-Kendrick      1.55
Gazette    65.55
H. E. Woodland      4.76
C.P.R. Tel 1.11
Can. Gen. Electric    20.30
, Aid. Clement was granted leave to
introduce an amendment to' the
Grand Forks precedure by-law. As
amended all standing committees
will consist of three members, instead of two as heretofore, and a
cemetery committee is also added.
The by-law was rent) a first nnd second time, considered and adopted in
committee, and then under a suspension of the rules it passed its
third reading.
City Solicitor Miller stated that
thc taking of a bond from Messrs
Traunweiser and Fraser at the last
meeting to defend the liquor license
by-law would, likely have a disastrous bearing on thnt measure, and
ho did not like to see the city run
run up against a stone wall. The
council had sent word to the coast
that it did not intend to defend the
by-law, and nt a subsequent meeting had altered ils decision. This
wns a breach of faith, and w6uld
be counted against tbe city. Where
thc council takes a bond from private individuals to fight a by-law,
lie saitl, it tended to show that the
by-law was not passed in the public
interest, but in the interest of a few
private individals, and the courts
would be almost certain to so con-
8totte it. Mr. Miller gave numerous
citations in support of this contention. He hnd also obtained an
opinion from David Whiteside, which ho read, and which was
practically on the same lines stated
above. Mr. Miller still believed the
by-law was valid, and if the city had
decided to fight it on its own re
sponsibility, he felt certain that it
would have won the case. If the
council would change tho by-law
slightly—say to nine licenses—so as
to keep faith with the first instruc
tions sent to the const, and defend
the case itself, he could almost guarantee a favorable decision.    But un
der the present circumstances it was
a hopeless case.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
'l .ooper, the resolution to defend the
by-law, passed at the last meeting,
was rescinded.
Aid. McDonald, in one of his long
talks, reviewed the checkered career
of his own by-law. He thought the
neople had spoken in favor of more
licenses in the late election. He was
willing to increase the number to
fourteen.
*A motion by Aid. McDonald nnd
Spraggett to reconsider and finally
the by-law was lost, and a motion by Aid. Clements and Cooper to
refer it back to the committee carried. Aid. Clements was called to
.the chair.
On talking the chair, Mr. Clements stated that he had gathered
public opinion from numerous ratepayers, and he had come to the conclusion that the hest thing the council could do would be to revert
to the old by-law. By increasing
license fee the bad features of thai
measure would be eliminated.
Aid. Cooper coincided with Aid.
Clements.
Aid. Lequime said if the eight1
hotel license by-law was en unjust
one, twelve hotels would be equally
unjuBt. He favored tbe re-adoption
of the old by-law.
Amotion by Aid. Lequime and
Cooper to insert the word "saloon"
in  the by-law.
Aid. McDonald thought this would
do an injustice to the hotel men.
Hotels were of greater benefit to a
city than saloons, ns they had to employ more help and paid larger
rates. Make tbem all hotel licenses
at $500 per year. There was no nee
essity for saloons. The city, was
$151 osing per day until the present
by-law was passed.
Mayor Hutton also opposed the
saloons.
Aid. Cooper wanted saloons and
hotels, with $1000 license fees for
the former and S500 for the latter.
Aid. McDonald jumped   up and
made thc statement that the   saloon
men hnd   offered   the   old council
$200 more than the hotels in  ortl
to get it to move in the matter.
Aid. Clements wanted the license
proposition put hack to the oh
basis, with increased license fees
On a plea of justice, the by-law un
der consideration was no better than
No. 2G.
The amendment was then adopted,
Gaw, Lequime, Spniggettand Cooper
voting in the affirmative and Hutton nntl McDonald in the negative,
On motion,the hotel licenses were
limited to ten.
A motion by Aid. McDonald to
limit the saloon licenses to two was
lost, and a motion by Aid. Lequime
to put the number at five was
adopted.
On motion of Aid. Spraggett the
license fee for saloons was fixed at
$1000, and $500 for hotels.
The by-law was then adopted in
committee ns amended, after which
it was read a third time under a
suspension of the rules.
Aid. McDonald was granted leave
to introduce his hotel regulation and
liquor license renewal by-laws. Both
were reatl a first and second time,
considered and adopted in committee, and then read a third time.
A communication from City Elec
trician Waterston asked for a raise
in his salary from $105 to $125 per
month. The application was opposed by Aid. Cooper and McDonald, but after a short resistance the
raise was granted, Aid. Clements und
Gaw shouldering the responsibility of
a resolution to that effect.
On motion of Aid. Cooper and
Spraggett, City Solicitor . Miller was
retained at a salary of $75 per month.
Since the last meeting the city clerk
had gathered information respecting
the salaries of city solicitors throughout the province. Greenwood pays
$50 per month, Cranbrook $50, Rossland $70, Nelson $1000 per year, and
Kamloops $300 per year. But it was
shown that in the majority of instances the solicitor is not compelled
to attend council meetings.
The council then adjourned until
Wednesday evening, when the bylaws are slated for seconsideration and
tinal passage
Pathfinder Shareholders Reflect All Their Former
Directors
Kettle Valley Line Surveyors
Drive Stakes on Third
Street
At a shareholders, meeting of the
Pathfinder Mining company last Monday night all the old directors were
re-elected, viz: John Rogers, president; M. 8. Martin, secretary-treasurer; C. M. Mardon, Japies Newby
andG. H. Rutherford.
The Kettle Valley line surveyors
were engaged, last Monday, in driving stakes on Third street, right past
The Sun olliee. This will make it
very handy for us when we got ready
to mail our Franklin City edition.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
church will give an Internationa)
Entertainment in the opera house
on March 13th.
Aid. and Mrs. B. Leijuime returned
this week from a three weeks' visit
with relatives in Kelowna.
Jas. Anderson, one of Grand Forks'
pioneer business men, but who has
been living in Seattle for the past
two years, is visiting friends in tins
city for a fow weeks.
W. II. Itter ifc Co. have the lergesl
display of i'auey and comic valentines
at their postotliee news stund over
brought to the city. It is said that
it is considerable fashionable this year
to send both your best and second best
girl valentines.
If this weather keeps up much
longer people in this vicinity will
soon have to begin grafting—iu their
orchards.
teen hours. He confided to The Sun
that it is loo cold in Nevada for him
at hit-sent.
Contractor M. S. Martin has finished building a large ice house for P.
Burns & Co. on First street.
W. H. Fisher commenced cutting
aud laying in a supply of ice for various business firms last Monday. It
is said that if we don't get any more
cold weather an ice famine will stare
this city in the faco on about the 1st
of April next.
E. A. Rainey has lately added so
many side lines to his Emporium
that ho has forgotten which is his
main line.
J. C. .MacDonald, lute master mechanic of tho Granby smelter, came
up from Spokano Sunday night, and
visited with friends for fifteen or  six-
Rumor has it that Jock Leamy, who
s always been regarded as the
gentlest and most mild-mannered man
in our ci.y, has mounted the ladder of
fame in one bound—and a rebound—
and now looks down from the exulted
pinnacle of a hero. Jack is the back
daysman for the Kettle Valley line survey party, and also the custodian of
ihe party's midday spread. One day
last week while Jack was performing
his prescribed duties as flagsman, he
cast u casual and longing glance in the
direction of the lunch basket. His
hut went about two feet straight up in
the air, being forced there by the restlessness of his hair. There, besides
the basket, were two huge mountain
lions, devouring the lunch as greedily
us if they hod not tasted food for
u month. Jock stood irresolute for a
moment. During that brief space the
horrors of death by starvasion flaslied
through his mind. He had never
genu without a meal in his life. And
might not this bring more torturing
agonies than the claw wounds of angry.
beauts? The thought spurred him to
action. Unarmed as he was, he
rushed to victory—or death. The
lions made resistance ut first; but
when they caught sight of Jack's eye,
they knew that the game was up, und
slunk away, leaving the hero master
ot the. situation. The beasts liad
evidently inn up against a
hungry man ut some previous stage of
their existunce, or else they would
surely huve mude un uttetnpt to serve
him for their dessert. The .Sun hie-
not yet had an opportunity to interview Jack. He may be able to prove
an alibi. If he can't, a banquet uud
the freedom of this olliee uwaits hiin
on his return to the c.ty.
Hon. L. P. Brodeur, minister of
inland revenue, was sworn in as minister of marine and fisheries, today, in
Hie place of tliti late Hon. Raymond
i'retotituinc, and Hon. William Tent-
pleiuuit was sworn in as minister ul'
inland revenue in the pluco of Mr.
Brodeur.
It is reported from Ottawa that
Hon. Win. Xeiupleuiau will resign Ins
seat in the senate and contest Victor,a
for the house of commons.
A good many things come to ihe
man who is so busy hustling that l.e
has no lime to wait.
Many a so-called blue-blooded aristocrat has a red nose.
Au editor in Ohio announces a local
wedding under the heuduig of "Humors of another war."
IMPORTANT DEAL
Granby Company Secures a
Working Bond on the
Pathfinder
For   $I50,000-First   Payment Due on Oct. 1st
Next
Phoenix Trades and Labor Council
will give a masquerade and traders'
carnival ball in tho new Miners' hull
on Wednesday, the 21st inst. The
proceeds will ho devoted to paying
benefits to members of Miners' union
who were sick with typhoid during
the recent epidemic.
The most important mining deal
consummated in this eity for months
hus just been closed, the Granby Consolidated Mining it Smelting company
securing a working bond on the well
known Pathfinder mine, loeated sixteen miles north of this city on the
north fork of thc Kettle river. The
bond is for $150,000, and runs for a
period of over eighteen months The
first payment of $15,000 fulls due. on
the 1st of October next, subsequent
payments of a substantial nature maturing at regular intervals.
The Pathfinder Mining company is
eupitulized at $150,000, consisting of
1,500,000 shares of a par value of 10
cents. Of these, 313,000 shares are
yet unsold. The stock is all held by
local parties, John Rogers, W. K. C.
Manly, Alex Fraser. Tom and James
Newby, Dr. Kingston, C. M. Mardon
and M. S. Martin being the principul
owners. The property is practically
free from debt, there being only' one
account of $10 outstanding against it.
The Pathfinder was located in
1895,and was the first property on the
North Fork that was systematically
worked, having been developed to a
high digree both by tunnel and shaft.
The property is well equipped with
buildings and machinery, including
un $8000 seven-drill compressor plant.
■ The ore is of a porphyry formation
and resembles very closely the ore
from the Le Roi mine. It runs from
$4 to $10 in values.
Either the shuft oi; tunnel can be
connected with the proposed North
Fork railway by a 3000-foot ariel
tram.
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at
this port, mukes the following detailed report of the customs receipts
at the various sub-customs offices, ns
reported to the chief office in this
city, lor the month of January:
(iriuul Forks 18,860.98
Midway , .4,208.67
(ireenwood....!  2,180.89
I'lioenix   I.ITO.-J-'
1 -17  I ri
( arson  '-.
Cascade  48.99
Siilley   89.10
Osoyoos  -!_> *'7
Keremeos  8.08
Total  $11,744.67
A BARGAIN--5550
Ten-acre traot of fine land two and
one-half miles southeast of town; two-
thirds under cultivation; suitable for
orchard or market gardening. Cull on
J. D. Sears, or at Hun olliee.
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
their price on all cose and draught
wines antl liquors.
You're next at the Palace Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
Heavy teaming of all kinds   done
by J. W. Jones. E\]t lEtt-ming &ittt
l'ulilUlii-il at Oronil Porks, Britiih Columbia,
Every Tuesday and Friday Evenlnjfs.
..Editor and Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION HATES I
One Year , $1.50
One Year (In udvnnce)  1.(11!
Advi-rtlsltii; rates fnrnislieil nn iiliplicutiou.
ueflt&l nottees, 1(1 nml 5 cents lier line.
Aililross nil coiiitniinieiitions to
ar The Evesisg Sus, .
J*hose B74 Ghasd Fours, II.C.
T1IESDA**',    FEBRUARY fi, 1000
If Mayor Hutton had been sincere
in his professions that ho favored
by-law No. 26, a little firmness nt the
the outset of his administration
would havo saved that measure.
Even last night, had the council
made the slight modification sug'
gested by the city solictor, the bylaw would have emerged triumphant, and practically intact, from
the litigation nt the coast. But it
was plainly evident from the first
that thc present council did not desire to test thc by-law, apparently
fearing that its validity might he
confirmed; and ns the majority of the
mem.bors wanted licenses, together
with saloon licenses, it is not unreasonable to assume that they were
elected by the siloon element, and
that they had to fulfill pre-election
pledges at the crack of the whip. The
raising of saloon license fee is not
likely to deter three or four parties
from taking out that class of licenses;
and after they do get them they
will be compelled to practice all sorts
of tricks and questionable methods to
make up tho increase. For this
reason last night's action of the
council is to be lamon-ed. It is also
a serious blow to those men who
desire to maintain well conducted
hotels and are forced into competition with "clumps," as they are
called in western parlance.
The first fruits of an administration organ made its appearance at
the council meeting last night, when
the finance committee, without a
murmur, endorsed a hill for print
ing the financial statement nt over
twice the amount charged last year.
But as long as we have the assurance ofthe aldermen that this is to
be an economical city government,
we should look pleasant and say
-■nothing.
Only two regular meetings and
two of the plunks in the mayor's
platform have been converted into
kindling wood. At this rate it will not
be long hefore the peddlers' license
plunk anil the anti-salary pledges
will he reached.
One of Aid. McDonald's haluciua-
tions appears to he that he imaginev
the mayor and all the aldermen
were elected on the specific promises
thnt he made on ihe public platform. • The mayor's published platform does not appear to cut much
of a figure wilh him.
At the rate the new council is al
present turning out muling matter,
it will not lake the public long tn
bocome surfeited of that class.
Taking Aid. McDonald's statement as a keynote, the sain.ni men
appear to b" accomplishing greater
results with $500 from thc present
couneil than they were able-lo attain with $250 from tjie old administration,
If this thing keeps up much longer
the outside world will soon gain the
impression that tho only amusement
the people of (irand Forks have
emanates from the city council.
Cobwebs never hang in a store thnt
advertises.
A girl's education is not complete
unless she ean read a man like an
open book.
It has been determined to reform
football instead of abolishing it. It
needs u sort of Keeley cure.
When u young man stops taking
his girl to the shows and goes to
church instead, it's dollars to peanuts
that they're engaged, because it's
cheaper.
The emperor of Germany has solvod
the automobile problem by having
eight of the machines on hand. I te
thinks it unlikely they can ull be disabled at the same time.
The police of St. Louis have received instructions to arrest everybody using profanity on the streets,
Hereafter, when a man wants to release a string of cuss words in that
city he must either do so at his own
fireside or lake a street car for Caron-
delet.
It is often difficult for the new
father to hold his own.
The   more   money   you   have  the
easier it is to practice economy.
The outcome of many marriages depends entirely on the income.
The man who can trade a balky
horse without lying is in heaven.
Although men believe a great many
things, they know but few.
■No man should command until he
has learned to obey.
Homely old maids are perfectly
willing that love should be blind.
A woman's idea of a mean, spiteful
thing is another woman who has anew
dress made just like hers-
Troubles, just like babies, grow
larger by nursing.
It's easier to get a dressmaker to
cut a gown than it is to get her to cut
tho price.
It's easy to acquire knowledge if
you are not ashamed to confess your
ignoranre.
Many men put in so much time
preaching that they have little time
for practice.
It is better to tell the truth and run
than to tell a lie and get caught in
the act.
The devil is a good deal more watchful at a dance thun the chaperon is.
No young man cun succeed if he is
afraid' to do a little more than he is
paid for.
THE COMfORTABLt WAV.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dully
Leave
II .un .i in.
URAND FORKS1 K,
ukutie, Hi'iotle,
Everett, Helling,
, Vancouver,
l Victoria  nnd  nil
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II:(» n.in. | liuiil, \.-l- Kits- I   4:45 p.m.
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Broken Sleep-Tlrad Next Morning
Sleep not only rests, hut builds up
the body. Cut down the hours of
sleep, and you cut down health in the
same proportion. Rebuilding then'
ceases, nerves go to smash, you grow
tired, wenk nnd wretched,
To restore sleep you must get more
bodily strength, men- nutritious blood,
healthier nerves. Fen-ozone solves the
problem, makes you sleep soundly,
gives endurance, vim, ambition. No
more niornin-; weakness—instead the
fire of youth will run in your veins,
supplying abundance of energy anil
vigor. \\ itchery expresses the instant
effect of Ferrosonu; try it. All druggists.
J wuy)
. I Phoenix, B.C. .
. I ll::l5 .
'oinineotlns  nt SiKilwino with tlio famous
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
Prom Spokane (or Wlti'lilpeg, St. Paul.
I Mltitii-npnlls, St. Lquli, Chicago und ull
I points east.
p*or   complete    iiifnrtiintlon,    rates,
I liertll rcsei'vnlli'iis, etc., cull ou or nil-
dress,
H. SHEEDY, AKciit,
Grand Forks.
S. G. YEltKKK, A. G. V. A..
Seattle.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
Tins filers Wanted—A few more
sternly boarders can find first-class
accommodations at Mrs. J. fi. Henderson's, Winnipeg avenue.
There are still a few cheery, well
furnished rooms, with heating stoves,
vacant at the Province hotel.
Head The Sun—The only twice-u-
week paper, in the Boundary. 81.00
per year.
First Muss dressmaking. Late of
Toronto. Over Hunter-Kendrick
store.    Terms moderate.
Leave orders for Stove Wood at G.
J. Hayward's.
If your watch needs repairng,
take it to White Breos. All work
guaran'.eed.
It takes modorn material to do up-
to-date work. The Sun job department is kept strictly up-to-date.
His Excuse.
"You ritn't go inside," said the doo.*
ceeper of the villnie l.licnter, wherein a
lertain "Uncle Tom's Cabin*-1 aggregation
veri- 'milling forth.   "You nre drunk."
"Zriir.k!" echoed the applicant for ad*
nlp-non, who wns lavishly and luridly
ighted up inside. "Coinsh I'm—hie—
runk: Why — goodgosh'lmightyl—do
■ou s'pose I'd—liie—wiintn see your
lamed old show if I wasn't—hie—
•runk?"—"Smart Set."
Teacher (to pupil, whom he tuts caught
nln-ick'Tig him)—Tom Jones, if you do
lot stop acting like a tool, I shall send
,-oti float the duss.
Your Worn-Out Stomach
What it needs is the strengthening
influence of Dr. Hamilton's Pills—
they work marvels where the stomach
and digestion are poor. In one day
the appetite increases and the whole
system is rapidly strengthened. No
stomach specialist could write a better
prescription than Dr. Hamilton's Pills
of Mandrake and Butternut, At' ull
deulers, in ii'yellow box, price 23c, or
five boxes for one dollar.
F PALM
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FIIESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the eity.
COR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
A. ERSKINE SMITH
E. H. C. RAWLINSON
Hefe
. ERSKINE SMITH & CO.
GRAND   FORKS,  B.  C.
COVIMISSION AGENTS
Real Estate, tTWining and Insurance Brokers
icet    Eastern Townships Bank, BHIDGE ANO FIRST STREETS
The Lion Bottling -Works are sell
ing Gooderhum it Wort's Rye Whiskey, the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for 83.00 per gallon.
Read The Sun—SI.OO per year.
CERTIFICATE    OF   IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
ninek lli'iu- innl Iron Clml IKrnctiomil)
Mineral Olalms, altiiute In tin* Grinul Fui-ks
MIiiIuk nivlsloiiot Yule District.
Whereloonteil:   Greenwood Cunip.
TAKE NIITtrl-: tlmt  I. Kiirlicn M. Iterliy, lis
1    wri-nt for .lo'..,   Mullluiiii,  Free Miner's
tVrtitirnte   No.   BOl.SIT.   illlPliil,   nlxtv   <ln-8
fromtlie date lie F.to unplyto tlio  Minnie;
Recorder for u Cprtlllcnt.. of Improvements,
for tl.„ purpose of oliliiiiilntr a Crown Grunt
of tho above claims,
Ami Further tnke notioe thnt nctinn, tuiilnr
section 117. iimisT he comnieilcntl heforo the
Issiiniici. orsin.h('p|.tlfloiitonf Imnrovniiipiits.
Dated this8th duy of •iinniui-.v, A. 1). m.t).
l-'OUIII-.S ,M. KEUHY,
Agent.
Keep the Bowels Regular
If your bowels didn't  move   for   a
week   you   would be prostrated.    If
more   than   one   day goes by you become languid, blood gets  bad,  breath
horribly   offensive, you feel  siok   all
over. To remedy this  take  Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which regulate the bowels
and cure constipation. Taken at night
you are well by morning. They purify
and cleanse the system, prevent headache,   billiousness and   sick stomach.
- Vrompt   and  certain are Dr. ppunil-
I ton's Pills of  Mandrake and Buttcr-
||nut.    25c per box or   five  boxes   for
, $1.00, at all dealers'.
Read   Tho  Sun—The   paper that
prints facts—81.00 per year.
P. BURNS(&Co.
Dealers    in   All   Kinda    of
FRESH AND CURED
MEATS
Fish and Gafne in  Seaaon
GRAND FORKS. B.C.
You consider
that a poorly-
printed job costs
just as much aa
one that pre-
aente a neat and
t a a t y appearance, do you not
think thQt your
buai n e S B d e-
mands the latter kind ?
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
un 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.      **
JOIN the CANADIAN
PREFERENCE
LEAGUE
100,000
MIMBIRI  WANTED
THI objoct of tho League la to educate Oanadlan* how beet to
apply th? Oanadlan Proforenco aantlmant. Member* of tho
League ara axpaotad, when making* purohaaaa, to give pre.
•Terence to tho producte of Oanada and to all artlolee of Oanadlan
manufacture, when the quality le equal and tho coat not In axeeae
of that of elmllar foreign producte or manuf tuiod articloe. Each
member lo also expected to give preference to Oanadlan labor and
to thla country'* educational and financial Inatltutlone. A monthly
journal will bo published In tho Intoreet* of tho League and mailed
to oaeh -mombor. The annual memberehlp fee and eubeorlptlon
for tho Journal la at.oo.
OUT THIS OUT, SION, AND SEND TO writc
Tho Secretary, THE OANADIAN PREFERENCE LEAGUE, fuinlv
Room 20, Home Life Building, Toronto
Please enroll my name a* a member of tho Canadian Proforenco
Lonp-ue.   Encloaod la 81.00, my membership foe and subscription for
ono yoar to "OANADA FIRST," tha journal of The Canadian Proforonce
League
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P.O. Addreaa- n
lOCERig
mn
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IJAVE YOU NOTICED
That we sell only the
best in our lines? We offer
nothing that is not strictly
first-class  in   GROCERIES.
mp-THE QUALITY of our Stock*
j j| |        cannot be denied,   and  it is
-y    for this reason that we are so
—i        sure of giving perfect satisfac-
■\-|        tion to all who give us a trial.
We also carry a line of Boots,
Shoes,   Rubbejs and  Gent's
Furnishings.
\
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PROVINCE HOTEL
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^^^^^^^^^^     EMIL LARSEN, PROP.
Entirely Refurnished and Renovated Throughout
First-clasB board by day, week or month. Special
rates to steady boarders. The finest furnished rooms
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I
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SEE DINSMORE      Hamess,Saddlery
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Before Ordering Your
Fall Suit
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. Gall
and inspect our goods.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MEHCHANT TAILOB,
BRIDGE ST.      GRAND FORKS
Having established a completete Harness
Shop at Midway, fully equipped In every
retpeet, we are prepared to undertake
any kind of work
On the Shortest Notice
,» MAN WITH A MEMORY.
Tha    Way    Be    Saved    an    Aecaaed
Friend From tne Gallowa,
A man was charged at Sydney nitfc
murder and by wuy at defense culM
evidence to prove an alibi. At tbe tinn
the crime was committed he wus, hi
•"lid, in his own home listening to a
Mend who was reciting a novel to him
The expression caught tbe ear of thi
prosecuting counsel, and when a wit
nesi weut Into tbe box to say t'tat hi
was the man by whom the D'Moue-
was being entertained he tnck'wl bin
on this word. The witness repeated
that be was "reciting" Horace Wai
pole's "Old English Ii-run," ant rein)
ing It, but reciting fr..m menu :y, nud
It bad taken hiin two nud 11 bull' liourt
I to get through the whole book. Well,
i If be could remember It while hi a hu'
j In the bush he ought to be able to i-
member it now In court, and coun.
demuuJeii a demonstrutiou.'
"Give lis a pane or two," he said,
Mver oi'i.iralug thut his request would
be complied witu. The witness cleared
kis throat nnd without hesitation com
meuceJ, "In the time of King Henry,
wheu the good Duke Humphrey returned from  the wars In the  Holy
Land, where he had been sojourning
for a number of years," and so ou,
without hesitation, for several pages,
all letter perfect so far ae those In
court cou.d tell. Coi.nsel for the prosecution, I'tilter staggered by the display,
coufi-nscil  himself satisfied.   But the
witness was not,  and the prisoner's
counsel, piqued that doubt should be
east   upon   his   phenomenal   witness,.
iiskcd that the latter might be given
tftne to recite the whole novel and bis
Ume in doing It compared with the two
and a half hours alleged to have been
occupied on the night of the murder.
', "Good heavens!" ar.d the judge. "But
' do you expect me to take It all down?"
They compromised, the man with the
memory reciting the closing scenes of
tbe novel. And on this the man in the
■lock was liberated.--!-,*, James fltuwtt*
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1905 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and   will   be   sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
GEO. CHAPPLE,    Opposite Postoffice
Im the only route of the fiunouK and
favorite
"NORTH COAST
IJITED"
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC. ETC.
AU OrderB Given Prompt aud Careful
Attention.
We have -purchased the entire stock of
A. Hallieru, of Oroenwood, and have
added the same to our already large and
complete usHortuieut.
ORDERS BY MAIL
Will receive our prompt attention. We
are ipeolally prepared to deal with mall
order Imaiuess, aud to guarantee sutitt-
faotlon.
A. A, FRECHETTE & GO,,
Midway, b. c.
Geo.  Taylor
General Contractor.
TraM Marks
DlMOFU
CopvftMirrs 4c.
Anyone imams ■ Ketch and deeerlptlon mriy
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether *n
Anyono sending a sketr-h nnd
""patniita taken tRruustr Munn~-jkT%. rectlVe
special notice, without clmrtre. In tM
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I-amst clr-
-jiilittl-iu ot any urientlflo Journal. Terni, |3 a
roiir: four months, IL .Sold by alMMwidaalers.
fel«.rt
A nnn-isomciy inniin.™- -
ciilntlnii of any urientlflo J(.-...
 * ->nths,|L Sold by,
[Jq 361lroidMt,
uhbVBU~   '
N01ICB IS HKKKHY^GtVBN that application will In* 1'iiulc to the Letrlslatlve A*--
BOriiblyol the Province of HritUli Columhlit
at ifs next session for a Prlvale llll) to
amend tln> ."lirnnh.v Consolidated Mlnhitr.
Wm--tlt(|ijr A Power Company Aet, 11W1-" to
oh[iii(rn the division ofthe authorized capital of the company from One Million, Five
Hundred Thoiumti'I slmres of tiie pur valitc
of 910.00 per share, to One Hundred and Kilty
Thoui-uud shares of the pur value of si'hi (Hi
per ulilire* to empower tiie lllreetors of tiie
Company to declare dividends without refer*
eiH-c to the slinrelioliiers; to matte the Coin*
pnniesl'lmises Ai t. I Sill. iiiiiniiH utile to the
Company; to empower the Ulre-t-tors to null-
stitute for the present regulatloni of the
Company a set of By-laws approved hy the
Company in (reiieral mcetlnur> and to empower the Directors from time to time to
amend, or repeal, any of tho sinne, and from
time to time to make new By-laws) to enable
ai the Directors to hold otflces of trust or
profit under the Company: aud tu enable the.
Directors not only to fix their remuneration
'tis directors, but also thc other remuneration of those of their number who muy bold
other offices under the Company,
Dated at Grand Forks, It. C, this 27th day
of November, A.D. 1005,
f>. WHITESIDE,
Solicitor for Applicants
BlCYC!*KS   AND   REPAIR   WORK—A
complete line of 1905 models. J A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chapple, opposite
Postotlice, First street.
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
and Trunks to
and From All Trains
Telephone A129
FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
GRAND
RUTHERFORD
BitOS., PliOPS.
A SNAP
5-Acre
Ranch
For Sale
at a
Bargain
One mile west of city. 175
fruit-trees on place—will bear
next season. Three - room
house and good barn.
Ber New Year** Gift.
Luella Gladys Rosamond
Ophelia Phyllis May
Sweetly resolved to make folks glad
Upon the New Year's day.
A basket Ailed with dainties ran*
With her own hands she bore
And left tt without word or sign
Before a poor friend's door.
"It did not even bear my name.
For that. In full, you see.
Would quite eclipse the gift Itself.--1
She murmured modestly.
—Joe Car-r.
3
Japaneaa Playing Carda,
"Japanese playing cards," writes a
correspondent who bas given some
study to tbe playing cards ot different countries, "are unlike tliose ot any
other country on earth. In shape they
resemble those used In France and otber countries on the continent, but they
are very much smaller than ordinary
cards, being but two Inches in length
by one In breadth. The backs ot thn
cards are almost Invariably black and
with true Japanese artistic Instinct are
pasted over the edges of tbe cards so
as to leave a narrow rim to form a
frame on the face of the card. Tbe
symbols are stenciled and the card varnished or enameled, thus causing It to
be extremely slippery. Tbe pack con-
nists of forty-nine cards, the extra one
■vhleh has a plain white fnce, belnt
used or not at option as a 'joker.'"
For Tctnis,
Call at
Sun Office
For a nice hair cut or shave go tt)
the City Barber Shop on Bridge street.
Baths 25c.
Qltf*? dim
pRINTS all the news of the
-Boundary, and prints it
while it is news. It is the
onlytwiuo-ii-wi-i-k p-ipor published in Southern British
Columbia. It is not owned
or controlled by u clique ol
politicians, to further their
own Ambitious aims; noi' by
a cunt ation of -nei-uliiints
to lie uschIiisil .... j-iih i>t"lauding their own wares, to the
detriment of their rivals.
Thk -Sun is tho sole property of its publisher, and no
one else has any right to dictate its policy. It is printed in the interest of Grand
Forks and surrounding district. When its editor believes he is right, he speaks
right out. He tloes not
have to consult half-a-dozen -
different parties about what
he intends to say.
Everybody in Grand Forks
reads Tiik Sun twice a week.
Its out-of-town circulation is
lurge, and is rapidly increasing. It is therefore the best
advertising medium in the
Boundary.
$1 Per Year
A.D
S-ynopttlaof R«*nulFiUonB Guvernlnu
the OtspoHMl of Dominion Ltintiu
within the Railway Belt In
the Province of Britl»t*i
Columbia.
A I.K'KN'-'K (t, -jut tliuli--r fiiu Im acquire I
n on-*, at imlilit' ■•i>ni|*>!''itiini. A i-'". it nl O
■fS jier Muuare mile Nnhni'-J-Rd for all linilie
hi'11 lis -'xri'i'tiiii: those hIUhu-mI West nf Vith*
fur which the rental fo at the rute of ft i-entt
per nore i>er annum.
In addition to tine rentul. dUM at the following ratei tire churned:—
Saw n lutnher, Mi cents per thousand feet
B-.H.
Ruilwuy tin* 'licht mul nine feet loti-**, lj-fj
nnd i;,i eenti each.
Sliinj-li- holts, 2ft centu ti cord.
All ntliei |nmlu**!**-. ft per vent, on the Kaien.
A lii-ciiM"   is   laHued so   n un tl berth li
Frrnnti'il. hut In uiiunrveyed territory no tlin-
ler can ber-nt on It berth until tiie llceiiwee
has ivinde u mirvey thereof.
Permits to otit thuhpi' are also granted at
public competition, except in the cane of
"I'tniil settlers, who require the timber for
their own use,
Settlers und others iii'-.yiilsu obtain permits
to cut tip to 100 OOrdl of wood.for sule wltli-
I out competition.
!    The duos payable under a permit are $1.50
I per   thousand feet   B.M., for square timber
j and mi.villus of any wood except oak; front '.,
: to I1-, cents per lineal foot for hinl'liiiL'l«»us;
1 from t'i-ij to 2ft cents per cord for wood; 1 cent
. for fence pouts: Scents for railway ties; and
50 e-M-tn |-pr cord on shingle, bolts.
.  Leases for graihift  iiurposes   are  issued
tin n term of twenty-one years ut a rental of
, tu o cents an acre per annum.
Coul lands may he purchased ■'t $10 per acre
for soft eoal ami ?20 for anthracite. Not mure
than 820 acres may be acquired bv one lildi*
j vlduul or company.
Koyaity at the rate of 10 cent' per ton of
£,000 pounds is collected on the i^ross output.
Entries for land for ti*rricnltnrul purposes
may be made pers-mully at tiie local land *
office for the district In which the laud to be
taken is situated, or If the homesteader desires, he may, on application to the Minister
of the Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner
. of Tnimiirraii'iii ut Winnipeg, or the local
atjeut for the district within which the land
< 1b situated, receive authority for sumo one
1 to make entry for him.
A fee of $10 Is churned for   a   homesteuil
I entry.
! A settler who has received an entry for a
1 homestead, is required to perform the condl*
1 tions connected therewith under one of the
l following plain*:—
(1) A» least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the laud to each year during
tl"** term of three years.
It 1* the practice of the Department to re
quire a settler to brin-jr 15 ucres under on Itl*
vatiou, but If he ureters lie may substitute
'stock; and 20 head of cuttle, to be actually
his own  property, with buililit-ufs for their
I accommodation, will be accepted   Instead uf
. the cultivation.
(2) If father (or mother, If the father is de-
j ceased) of any person who is eligible to make
a homestead entry under the provision-* of
the Aet, resides upon a farm lu the vicinity
of the land entered for by such persons as a
homestead, the requirements of the Act as to
residence prior to obtaiuinj-- patent may be
satisfied by such person reiddlug with the
father or mother.
, (8) It the settler has his permanent resi
dence upon farming land owned by  him iti
the vicinity of his homestead, the require-
r*i..«» mn« a    m ments of the Act as ti*residence nuiv be Matls-
UIARLTON, A. 1INLINO, fled by residence upon the said land.
iv' f,' AV « <.    a0811* Aitt*- Application for a patent should be made at
Portland,Ore.    Spokane, Wash   the end of three years before the local agent,
W   H   TIDE nub-agent or a homestead inspector.
* _ *     „    * Hefore makilig au application for a putent,
Traveling PaiWtimr Agent,      the settler must jfivc  six   mouths'notice In
Spokane, Wash,   wrltini; to the Commissioner of Dominion
 Lauds at Ottawa, or his intention to do so.
W. W- CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Ottawa. I'ehrnury 4lh, 1905
TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS
DAILY
St. Paul, Duluth, St. Louis,
Unas City, Spokane
—And—
Pacilic Coast Points
3
Excellent Train Service" *l
High Class Equipment
Fast Schedules
Foo Lee       I
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING. i
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND!
NICE  AND  IRONED BY      I
MACHINERY,    NEW        i
MEN EMPLOYED. I
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Dr Follick
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
Collef-e.
Office over Morri-
Plione 27. son's JewelryStore
M'NEIL &HENNI6ER
FLOUR
HAY
GRAIN
FEED
AND
COAL
BRIDGE STREET,
Phone A7*< Giianh Fours
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
Cigar Store
Silvei*
Weire
A aalection mad* from Nf
Catalogue will be delivered at
your door at preciiely tha
■ante cost to you ai if purchased in person at our stora.
R. C. MCGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Snw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Sqi'een Doom and
Windows.
First Street
Grand Forks, B. C.
«•. ll-Filil till
ThU han-■omefrpt-'ca T«a S«rt—
BOB-bcat-n-iidu.-liiiK handlBl,
final quality iiilver plat*—ti a
marvel of good valut.
Our new Catalogue will be
ready Nov. 15th. Writa for
• copy.
BYRIE BROS.
JEWELEBS
118, 120, 122 and 12+
Yont« St*. Toronto 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	
Athclstan-Jackpot, Wellington	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix.
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. 0. Mine, Summit	
H. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Cnmp	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Brey Fugle, Summit Camp	
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	
Canui, 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, S58
20,800
141,326
1903
393,181
74,212
138,079
804
7,455
550
150
150
47,405
15,731
5,'(i4(l
(150
14,811
56q
8,530
3,339
19,305
1904
549,703
174,298'
25,050
.-1,070
3,250
1,759
4,586
5,(^00
1905
653,889.
1900 Past Wk
72,930 18,079
174,560
55731
25,108
3,056
4,747
17720
12,128
2,976
10,481
2,561
1,079
119
3,862
710
22,937
15,537
303
37,960
1(1,-100
3,450
2->2
304
33
9,-184
3,007
1,833
1,380
2,51-1
231
732
1,040
875
665
"350
890
80
3,456
785
625'
"482
2', 175
2,435
219
33
150
993
400
Total, tons  390,000
Granby Smeltertreated  230,828
B. C.' Copper Co.'s Smeltertreated  117,611
Montreal & Boston Co.'s Smelter treated       . 	
325
507,545
312,340
148,600
167
500
684,961
401,921
162,913
123,570
726
325
53
*  50
300
'756'
827,318
596,252
209,637
30,930
30
770
105
535
689
255
73
500
230
15
50
15
70
933,516
687,988
194,056
84,009
1J4.679 25,478
80,679 19,088
14,019 4,03(i
1(1,353 3,570
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There are also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to the History,
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Every Miner, Prospector, Investor,  Banker  nnd  Broker ne"ds    t
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receipt antl the charge cancelled.    Address the 36 Postoffice Block,
Author and Ptiblt'lier. Houghton, 1M11111., U.S.A.
Every man owes it to himself and
bis family to master a trade or profession. Bead the display advertisement of the six .Morse schools of telegraphy, in this issue, and learn how
easily a young man or lady may learn
telegraphy and be assured  a position.
Razor honing a specialty at the
Palace Brbor Shop, Victoria hotel.
Our job department is superior to
any other in the Boundary country.
We have both the material and the
experience to turn out high class work.
" We SIMPLEX     I'1
Loose Leaf Systems
• There aiti vo-fy few biism-jjw im iscs to.Iuy wl-i.-h -Jo
not ust! snini! fgrm uf Loose goaf System in one or iritirti
dcpftl'tment***, in it i*. ii^-ii'dfeflu*. an uhsoliite neees-slty
by nrofjreisive business lirm-J,
•'Th.' jiiKaiit.L^i'v of tin*  Ufose Leaf 8y.stc!in are now
well known, 'tuiH-pormifc of adaptability to ni-vl to best '
advanta*,-*!' changing condition.-.,   It permita tbe ii/roat*y«t
amount of information to be ki*|.t in condensed ioi-m, in
the least time, and tbe most aeeounito manner.
-flAccounts arid eoocd-i of all '-tin 1 ■ ■•.in be kept hv  this
syst"in  in  any bu.*Kiiess, liirge far small, with equal ad-
vantage.
Ulifivestixate the Simplex Loqjjfc Leaf Synitem.    It   is
thn Hieaoest and best.
EVENING SUM
-DQ-,
o4dvertising Is a Business Stimulant
Could Dlatlnarniah Tread nf a Flea,
The quickness which some persons
possess in distinguishing the smaller
sounds Is very remarkable. A friend
of thfe writer has declared he could
readily perceive the motion of a flea,
when on his nightcap, by the sound
emitted by the machinery of his leaping powers.
However -extraordinary this may appear, we find a similar statement Is
given In the ingenious work upon Insects by Klrby and Spence, who say, "I
know of no ot'.ier insect the tread of
which Is accompanied by sound, except indeed the flea whose steps a woman assured me she always hears
when.it passes over her'niglitcap, and
that It clucks us If It were walking In
pattens!" If we can suppose the ear
to be alive to such delicate vibrations,
certainly tliere is nothing in the way
of sound too difficult for It to acnle-'s.
Cats and dogs can hear the movements of tlieir prey at incredible distances, rind that even In the midst of
noise which we would have thought
would have overpowered such effects.
Rabbits, when alarmed, forcibly strike
the earth witli their feet, by the vibrations of which they communicate their
apprehensions to burrows very remote.
—Nature.
Color Sensations.
The three primary color sensations
are considered to be red. green and violet. Certain mixtures of violet and
green produce a blue. Red aud green
also give a yellow, but It is important to observe that these are primary color sensations and not primary
colors, though the expression "lights of
primary colors" Is admissible, for It Is
commonly imagined that the blue and
yellow mixed In certain proportions
produce various kinds of green. If
yellow and blue pigments be mixed together with water, the grecu color
produced Is not u mixture of blue and
yellow colors. It Is the one color which
Is not freely absorbed either by the
yellow or by the blue pigment. The
yellow pigment removes the greater
part ofthe blue, indigo and violet rays;
tbe blue pigment removes the greater
part of the red, orange and yellow.
Thus the light that finally escapes is
mainly green.—Longman's Magazine.
Clothes and Ilent.
When Ve speak of warm or cool
clothing we use as absolute a metaphor
as when we talk of the sun going down
or thc "rosy lingered dawn." Clothes
can communicate neither beat nor cold
to the body. I'tir is not warm nor linen eool, except as tbey serve as conductors for the heat gem utod by the
body Itself. Pur and w,n| are excellent nonconductors of licit—that Is,
they do not allow the bent of the body
to escape bo easily ns some other mate-
rials—and the reason why fur Is one
of the poorest conductors of heat is
not, as might be supposed, so much be-
cunse of Its thickness and weight ns
bet'ttuse of the air which Is mingled
with or confined between Its libers,
confined air being one of the most effectual nonconductors of bent known.
Followed Instructions.
K.i prow so stout the doctor snid
That lift must cease to rat.
Ho consetl to Up the Walter--
Tho cure wus quite complete.
Next to It
"l'o you consider stealing a One art?'
"No: that follows after it in the police court."
rJ
You See the
CLIMAX
POLICY?
Which pays Hospital Indemnity,
Medical Treatment anrl insures
tlte   Beneficiary ^^^^^^^^^^
without any ail- ^^^^m*wm9mmmmmt
ditinnnl cost.    It is extremely liberal
Sold by p. t. cJWcCaUum, Grand Forks, B. C,
n
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. 1'his is
a very well selected stock of very handsome goods
of seasonable weights and stylish designs. Under
the skilful hands of our
Exp art Tailors
these goods are made up into perfect, dressy and
high-class suits.
Geo. F. Massie
MERCHANT   TAILOR
Grand Forks, B. C.
Finest Furniture
A! large consignment
Of Lounges, Dining-room
Chairs, Tables and Sofas just
arrived. Call and inspect
them. Also a stock of Blnn
kets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to
be sold at greatly reduced
prices. See our display of
Pictures.
'   RlVERSIDE'AVENUE
GRAND   FORKS, B. C.
J. W. JONES
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
First Street
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
Grand Forks, B. C.
Columbian wanted
College
FOUN  -i:D 1892
INCORPORATED 1893
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Provides a Home for Students of
both sexes at reasonable rates. Has a
Preparatory Class for Junior Stu-
lents doiiif-l'ublio School work. Is do-
>g High School work, confers all
High School privileges, and prepares
i'i ir Teachers' Examinations. Teaches
ill branches of a thorough Practical
liisiness Course, and grunts Diplomas.
lives a liberal Education in its own
'iilles-iute Couise, ttntl in thoLiul.es'
loUegB Course for tho degrees ' of
M.i;.?*. and M.L.A. In University
.vnrkj the Arts Course can now lie
lalicn in Columbian College, and tho
I!.A. degree obtained from Toronto
University, with which the College
is in full affiliation, In Theology
prepares for the tlegreo of S.T.L and
il.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
Rev. W.J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,
or lie v. J. Bowell, Bursar.
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Orand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy. Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weelkjV, Ilandsomeout-
fit free. Write for particu-
lai-s and-send 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE As WELLINGTON,
I'tlliTIIII.I. NuilSliltlES,      .
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    '•    -    ONTARIO
Getyour wedding invitations printed
at The Sun office. We have the closest
script type imitation of a steel engraving made.
Pacific hotel
0FP. C.F.R. STATION
First-Class ia Every Respect.
Sample Rooms for Commerdal
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
BAR IN CONNECTION:
Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
CHAS. PETERSON, Prop.

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