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Fourth Year-No. 97
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, October 3, 1905
Issued Twice a Week
C0ICILMECTI1
Reduction of Liquor Licenses
Was the Main Question
Last Night
Citizens  and  Aldermen Debated  the Subject Till
Midnight
The regular bi-weekly meeting bj
city council, held in the council
chamber last night, was one of the
longest ou record, and it was decidedly like manuel labor to sit out
the session. Mayor Hammar and
all the aldermen were present.'
Wm. Spier, as arbitrator, submitted a report in the case of the disputed taxes claimed to be due the
city by Dr. Averill. The report
stated that Mr. Averill owed the city
$902.22 in taxes. The cost* of the
enquiry, amounting 140, wan assessed equally against both parties!
The report was accepted by the
council.
A communication from R. R. Gilpin, asking for a sidewalk from his
residence to Winnipeg avenue, was
referred to the board of works, with
instructions to report at the next
■meeting.
The monthly report of the fire
chief was read and ordered filed.
The street commissioner reported
that the sidewalk burned when Hodson's store was destroyed by fire
had been rebuilt. Good progress
was also being made on the repair.*
of the Columbia street bridge. When
finished it would be better than il
was when it was new. New crosswalks were needed from the Piieirh
hotel to the C.P.R. station, and tti
Hodson's store; the sidewalk in front
the C.P.R. restaurant needed repairs, as did also numerous wtalks
down town. The report was referred
to the board of works, with instructions that discretion be used regarding any further street work, ns
the estimate for this purpose has already been overdrawn by about
8150.
The usual number of accounts
were ordered paid.
Milton White presented a petition, signed by a number of business men and ratepayers, against the
new liquor by-law now pending before tbe council. Mr. White explained that the persons circulating
the potition had not had time to see
all the business men they desired,
and he asked that he by-law bo laid
over for two weeks in order to give
thein more time.
Peter Santure had only interviewed one business man who had
refused to sign thc petition.
The mayor was opposed to laying
the by-law over, and wished to
thrash the matter out now, especially
as there were a great many interested parties present. A majority
of the signers of the petition, he
thought, would be affected by the
new by-law.
L. A. Manly had been asked to
make a few remarks; in fact, as vice-
president of the Provincial Vietualers'
associationj which had 700 members and represented 87,000,000
capital, it was duty to do so. He
didn't want to have his property
practically confiscated.   He had un
derstood that the by-law would be
referred to the people. Some of the
hotel men- who expected to get
licences objected to having thc fee
raised. It appeared to him to be a
personal"matter to put the Club saloon out of business, and other liquor
dealers thought tbey should be pro-
tec ed. He cited the new Vancouver liquor by-law as more just thnn
than the one uuder consideration.
The commissioners should have cancelled some of the licenses first for
cause, nnd then let tiie council deal
with the matter. The petitioners
wished the question put to vote of
the ratepayers. Perhaps there were
too many licenses in the city. The
only to regulate them would be for
tbe government to limit the number. A good way to reduce them
would be by consolidation or purchase. He thought it would be a
wise thing to let the matter rest un
til the new provincial liquor act was
passed. Neither the government nor
the opposition would entertain a bill
that interferred with a man s vested
rights. It was a big question, and
it could be discussed for hours.
Mayor Hammar stated that the
people who would lose their licenses
did not own the properties they
occupied. The present sanitary condition of some of the places was
sufficient io warrant revoking their
licenses. A few Sundays ago he
had counted • twenty "drunks"
on Bridge street, between Riverside and First, with the bartenders, in their white aprons, standing in front of their places of busi
ness, while the people were going to
church. He was willing to let the
by-law go to the people, and felt con-
• ineed that it would carry.
Mr. White said he was assessed
for 'about 812,000, nnd the only
revenue he derived was from
the Grand Central, and thatnllwent
for taxes. He didn't think the bylaw was fair. His tenant, he be-
•lieyed, had always paid Pat  Burns.
Mr. Hnnimar replied that Put
Burns and the mayor didn't pull
well together on the by-law.
Ed Dufour, of the Queens, said
he was only able to keep his house
open by the whole family working
hard all the time. He would'be
unable to pay the increnscd license
fee. Tiie by-law would work a
hardship on him and his family. If
it were not for his family, he would
not care whether thc by-law was
adopted or not.
Aid. McCalluin had nothing special to sny. It was a difficult question to deal with. The city would
have to grow very rapidly for the
next twenty-live years to outgrow
tiie present difficulty, as it was not
the intention of the government to
deal with the present licensees. He
thought 8500 was rather high for an
hotel license. If affairs wero allowed to run as at present, the hotels
would drop out first.
Aid. Clements said the new bylaw would make a reduction of 8750
in the city's revenue. There were
too many licenses for the good of the
town. However, if tho other aldermen were willing to throw the responsibility ofthe reduction on the
people, he would offer no objection.
Aid. Brown said there too many
licenses. The only way to regulate
them would be to do something. He
was willing to submit the question
to the - peole, and have it Bottled
right.
Aid. Henniger did not wish to ex
press an opinion on the subject.
Aid. Hutton thought it was a very
serious natter for either the license
commissioner!) or the council to leg
islatc people out of business. Ho
firmly believed the question should be
submitted to the people. There would
he more than $750 reduction in the
city revenue, if the curtailed water
and light rates were taken into ac-
count.
Aid. Crossen was perfectly satisfied with the present by law. If it,
did go heforn the people, he would
work for its passage as it now stands.
The mayor said the license question
was. not a new issue. It had been
agitated by the citizens during the
past three years. The hotels that obtained licenses would have to enlarge
and make improvements—'that would
increase the revenue. He was getting
tired of being called undignified names
on street corners, and proposed to
stand by the by-law to the last.
Aid. Brown said he couldn't see
anypody on the petition except people who were interested. He would
have no objection to let the. by-law
lay over for two weeks.
Mr. Manly wanted to know if tho
council intended to discriminate between himself and Russell and Fraser.
He was willing to add three more
stories to his building if he was assured a license. If all saloons would
be given an* opportunity to extend
their premises, tbey would be given a
fair deal—not otherwise. There are
hotels in this tow^ii-which are a discredit to the city, and there are saloons that are a credit to the com-
munity. The future prospects of the
city warranted all the licenses at pres-
eat issued. He conducted a respectable place and paid his bills, and
would enlarge his premises if given a
license.
Aid. McCalluin did not think that
the commissioners could cancei
license without cahse, and the plea of
too many licenses was not sufficient
cause.
Mayor Hammar explained that the
new by-law would not become opera
tivu until January 15th, and the peo
pie then granted licenses would be
given time to improve their properties.
They would not have to make the improvements until assured of their
licenses.
G. M. Fripp, manager of the Brit
ish American Trust company, asked if
hotels would be given preference over
saloons.
The mayor replied that they would,
and that -people who owned the
promises they occupied would be given
first cousideratin.
Mr. Fripp thought»this would be
doing but scant justice to the foroigl
capital he represented, which paid
a large amount of taxes annually, anil
should therefore be given due eunsiil
oration. The question involved was
one of morality. Would a reduotioi
of licenses bring about the desired re
suits? He was uot sure that it would
He would favor a high license, which
would probably bring about a.decrease
oi saloons.
Mayor Hammar said hotels should
not have been allowed to lease tliejr
dining rooms to irresponsible  parties.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
Brown, consideration of the report
was laid over till the noxt meeting,
The agreement with the (Iranby
company for power was read and con
sidered.
Tho question of repairing or opening the First street bridge was brought
up, but as Premier McBride and I Inn.
R. F. Green are to visit the city in
about a week, it was decided to hold
the matter in abeyance until they
have had an opportunity to gaze on
the noble wreck.
Aid. Clements was granted leave to
introduce a road tax by-law, whioh
passjil its first and second readings,
was considered and adopted in committee, aud under a suspension of the
rules passed its third reading.
The cemetery committee was authorized to have a survey made of the
graveyard according to a sketch submitted.
The council then adjourned.
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. R. Gilpin, customs ollicer at
this port, makes the following detailed report of the customs receipts
at the various sub-customs offices, as
reported to tbe chief office in this
city, for the month of September:
Grand Forks 87,634.30
Phoenix  1,353.00
Greenwood  1,419.89
Midway  4,283.10
Cascade      188.94
Sidley       75.75
Carson        31.52
Osoyoos        2102
Fairview        14.05
Keremeos         5.25
Total  ...815,020.88
NEWS OF THE CITY
Fire in West End Destroys an
Eight  Hundred Dollar
Residence
News Items of the City of Interest to the People of
the Community
Fire broke nut in a frame dwelling
house, near Government avenue, in
the West end, at about 1 o'clock tbis
morning, burning it to the ground.
The building, which had been vacant
for some time, was owned by Mrs. J.
Carter, and was valued at about $800;
no insurance. The origin of the fire
is unknown.
Wedding Bells
Harry A. Shaads, of this city, and
Miss Mildred Gilley, of New Westminster, were married at the home of
the bride's brother in the latter city
today. Rev. Dr. Wright, formerly ol
this city, performed the ceremony.
The groom is chief of police of
Grand Forks. He has held the position for a number of years, and is decidedly popular among Ins legion of
friends. The bride has resided in the
eity for about four years,'and is very
highly esteemed by.all who know her.
The happy couple will take a two
weeks' wedding tour to the Portland
fair and the Hound cities, after which
they will return to this city and take
up their residence in Mr. Sheads'
block on Bridge street.
"Hooligan's Troubles"
"Hooligan's Troubles," which Manager Arthur J. Ay 16aworth brings t-i
the Grand Forks opera house on Tuesday, Oct. 31st, is said to make tin pre-
tensions to Ih; other than a farce of
tlte must farcial nature. Jt Ims one
advantage ov'er olher comedies in tha*
it is inirth-eiiii.|ell.n^ from beginning
tu end, and more diverting than many
owing to the a'innst endless complications in \\Iim:I. Hooligan finds himself.
The story is based ugon the illustrated
pictures made familiar hy Sunday
newspapers in their, eomie supple
ments. In a skit of this kind come-
dians and pretty girls wlm know how
to sing and danee a.ie necessary ad
junets. Specialties hnlh quaint and
novelj hai.uds and popular Bongs,
lances of a refined nature and other
features are promised,
The Arch-Fiend of the Age
Not war—more deadly than ever
this modern butchery—but catarrh,
which leads to consumption and annually kills more than famine and war
combined. The doctors uow successfully fight catarrh with a remedy that
never fails—Catarrhozone, it's death
to every form of catarrh. It destroys
every root and branch of the disease so
thoroughly that a relapse need never
be feared. If troubled with colds,
nasal or throat catarrh, or subject to
bronchitis or asthma, use Catarrho/onc
and you'll Is* cured forever. Sold by
all druggists.
An unfortunate accident to The
Hun's press has added two additional
gray hairs to the proprietor's head,
besides delaying tbis edition about
half a second.
Judge J. G. Tipton and wife, of
Edmonton, Alta., are spending a
couple of weeks with their old
friends, Mr. and Mrs. P. 1). McDonald, of the Pacific hotel. Mr. and
Mrs. Tipton are taking a vacation
trip, and have visited the New Westminster and Portland fairs. Mr.
Tipton is a prominent 1 aivistcr*- of
lCdmonton.
P. I). McDonald, of tbe Pacific
hotel,,made a business trip to Mid
way last week.
J. A. Macdonald, of Rossland,
• ader of the opposition in the provincial bouse, wus a visitor in the
• ■ity yesterday.
Mr. John D. Spence left this afternoon for Toronto, to take up again
the legal work there which he bas
been engaged upon for some months
is assistant solicitor in tbe law department of the Canadian Pacific
railway.
Miss Etta Vaiin, a school teacher
of St. Louis, Mo., bas been visiting
at tbe home of her uncle, John (J.
Griffith, of tbcGraiiby smelter, fora
week past. Miss Viiini is on ber
way to tbe Portland fair, and will return home by the southern route.
Lloyd A. Manly made a business
trip to Midway tbis week.
II. A. .Sheads anil Misses Mildred
Gilley and Kale iJiivis left, for New
Westminster last Saturday.
Kxhihitors who havo something to
show at ihe Spokane Interstate fair,
which begins next Monday, October '.',
are urged by Manager Robert 11. Cosgrove to semi them iu at ouee. He
proposes that every department shall
Ixi ready for the opening at 10 o'clock
Monday morning. Heads of all departments are urging ihe same thing.
The fair this year seems certain to be
bigger and better than ever before,
and Mr. Cosgrove proposes that no
one sliall have a chance this year to
say that it was not ready on the first
day.
Leave orders for Stove Wood at (i
J. Hayward's. Sty? -Ebrntng §un
PUBLISHED KVKRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT GKAND P0KKS, B.C., BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCI1IPTION RATES:
One year. ...$2.00 I Three months. .50
Skmonths.. 1.00 \ One month 20
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone 137 f. grand forks, b. c.
"TUESDA*!, OCTOBERS, 1905
TOPICS OF THE TOWN
P. Burns' First Thought mino near
Oriont, Wash., in the Kettle river
district, is now shipping about 30 tons
of ore daily to the smelter, and itis
rumored that the output will be in
creased in a short time. The mine
has been shipping for the past year
and has sent out a total of about 6000
tons. The region as a whole is being
worked in a i|uite way, and is the
scene sf much prospecting.
The British Columbia Telephone
company has made great improvement
in its system during the past twelve
months in different parts of Southern
British Columbia. The service in
Rossland was changed last year, anew
metallic system being installed and
new poles replacing the old ones and
the Bervice placed in first class shape.
Last winter a telephone system was
installed in Fernie by the company,
which caused considerable excitement
in that burg and some litigation be-
twejn the company and the city.
The Crow's N'est. Pass Coal company
finally purchased the system and the
City of Ferine paid all costs of litigation. Work on the long distance
t 1 'phone line was commenced the 4th
of Jane of this year, at Laurier on the
boundary line, whence it was continued to Cascade, Grand Forks, Phoenix,
the work occupying nearly four
months. About eleven hundred poles
were used in the construction of the
new line, These poles are 30 feet in
length, not less than I) inches in diameter at the top and 14 inches at the
butt. The butts arc treated with car-
bolineum to preserve the wood. The
distance between ' poles is 100 feet.
Each pole carries from two to ten
wires. In the cities of course more
wires aro used. This work lias given
employment to upwards of twenty
men during the fohr months of construction,' and owing to the good
management displayed and the skill of
the men employed there has been
little or no interruption of the service
considering the rough nature of the
ground over which the line occasionally passes and the difficulties encountered during-the process of transferring
the wires.
Police Magistrate \V. B. Cochrane
left Sunday morning for a ten days'
visit to the Lewis and Clark axposi-
tion .n Portland.
Next Wednesday evening October
4 is announced forthe return engagement of Mr. Krncsl Willis' big King*
ing, hit I'he Hottest Coon in D xie
This season's company numbers forty
one of the most elite of the colored
amusement profession including Mr.
Chas. P. Ariiolil.'irundy and Wakeiv
the Marshalls and the hit of the season the Octoron Floriadora Girls, wilh
out a doubt the greatest attraction
ever carried by a truvelling organization. An entire new mil-leu setting
has ilueii announced for this season's
show, together with a complete new
stag* and Lighting outfit and an aug
nientc 1 band and orchestra, make the
Hottest Coon In Uixie the greatest
musical show that ever toured Canada.
Dropped All Others
"I dropped all liniments but Nerviline because I found Nerviline the
quickest to relieve pain," writes E. S.
Benton of St. Johns. "If my children ure croupy or sick, Nerviline
cures them. If a case of cramps or
stomach ache turns up, Nerviline is
ever ready. We use Nervilino for
neuralgia, rheumatism and all kinds of
aches and pains; it's as good as any
doctor. The great Canadian remedy
for the past fifty yenrs has been Pol-
son's Nerviline—nothing better made.
Sold by all druggists.
Lord Nelson's Centenary
All Knglishmon and sons of Englishmen are requested to join in a
"smoker" to be held on Trafalgar Day.
Everyone wishing to respond will
kindly leavo their names with tho undersigned immediately in order to
facilitate arrangements.
G. J. Havwaud.,
Olliee with T. Mclntyre k Co.
"Happy Hooligan"
If you are suffering from low spirits,
a hearty laugh will afford the right
panacea, and "Holigim's Troubles" is
recommended as the proper mixture.
Those who attend at the Grand Forks
opera house and witness the undoing
of Hooligan on Oct. 31st, as exemplified by Manager Aylesworth's excellent company of players in Mark E.
Swan's three-act comedy of fun and
me.iriinent will enjoy the medicine.
The tribulations of this merry monarch
of ragged raiment are said to be extremely ludicrous. Pretty girls, catchy
songs and beautiful scenery add to the
occasion.
Coming Events.
Dominion Exposition' at New Westminster opens September 27 and closes
October 7.
Spokane Interstate Fair opens October 9 and closes.October 15.
The Lewis and Clark exposition .in
Portland closes October 15
"It takes modern material to do up-
to-date work. The Sun job department is kept strictly up-to-duto.
s*.vr»op»!s,ofReKUlritlon»(3i«verr»lnK
tiie Dtftpneal of llornlnlon knurls,
witl-iln tlte Railway Helt In
Ihe Province of F4ritl»li
ColumblB.
A LICENSE lo i*llt timber enn l>o artiuirprl
only ut **up))o aompetitlnD. A rental of
S!i |,rp square mile iselmrireil for. nil tinthe**
herths excepting those situated West of Yule,
for whleli the rentul is ut the rute of 5 rents
per uere ,ier niitillin. ^
In miilitloii tu the rental, duos nt tiie following rutes ure chanted:—
Sawn lumber. .Ml rents per thousand feet
U.M.
Railway ties, ' iitlit anil nine feet long, llj
Hurl W cents euch.
Sliinirl" bolts, in rents u eord.
Al! other produets. li per pent, on Hie snles.
A license Is issued so hoou us n berth Is
(.-runted, but in uiisurve.vo'1 territory no timber ran beeilt on n berth until thn licensee
has made ll survey thereof.
Permits to out timber ure also granted nt
public compelItioii, except lu tne ease ot
net mil settlers, who require the timber for
their own use.
Settlers und others mnynlwo obtniii permits
toent uptollHleorilsof wood for sate without competition.
The dues payable under a permit lire Si Ml
per thousand feet U.M., for sunnre tlmlu'l*
nnil sawlnsn of any wood exeept. oak] from '.j
to Ity eentsper llueiil foot for.hnlhliiif*loirs:
from 12'', to *!i cents per eord for w:ooil; 1 cent
lor fence postal Scents for ruilwuy ties: ami
N)cents per cordon uliinjrlo holts.
Lenses for ■rrut'iiitr purposes nre issued
for n term of twenty-one years ut u rontnl of
two cents nn ncrc per annum.
Conl lands may be purchased lit 4*10 pet Rare
for soft coaltaud Sllll for untilrnt'lte. Not more
than San ncres may lie uctpiired by one individual or cotnpnny.
Royalty ut the rntc of 10 cents per ton of
ll.lllm pounds is collected on the gross output.
Kntri... for laud lor agricultural purposes
may he made personalty nt the local land
otHce for tiie district iu which the land to lie
taken Is situated, or if tiie homesteader desire*., lie may, ou application to the Minister
of tiie Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner
of Imniiirrntion at Winnipeg, or the loeal
nirent for the district within which the land
is situated, receivo ullthorlty for some one
to make entry for hiin.
A fee of ¥1H is charged for a homestead
entry.
A settler who has received on entry for a
homestead, Is required to perform the oondl-
th.ns connected therewith under one of the
followiiia- plans:—
(1) A*, least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land to each year during
the term of three yenrs.
It is the prnotlce of the Deportment to re
quire a settler to bring 15 acres under cultivation, but it lie prefers be mnj- substitute
stock: mill 211 heutl of cattle, to be actually
Iiis own property, with buildings for their
accommodation, will bo uccepted instead of
the cultivation.
(2) If father (nr mother, if the fnther is deceased) of nny person who is eligible to make
a homestead entry under the provisions of
the Act, resides upon u farm' in tiie vicinity
of the lund entered for by such persons lis a
homestead, the requirements of tlie Act ns to
residence prior to obtaining pntent mny lie
satisfied by such person residing witli tin*
father nr mother.
(S) Ii the settler has bis permanent residence npon farming land owned by hint in
tiie vicinity of his honiesteud. the requirements of the Act ns to residence maybe satis-
ficrj by residence upon the said laud.
Application for il pntent should be made at
the end of three years before the local ngent,
gub-ngeitt or n homestead Inspector.
ilefore milking an application for a patent,
the settler must give  six   months' notice iu
writing  to  tiie Commissioner of Dominion
Lands nt Ottawa, of his inleiitlon to do so.
istW. W. I.OR.V,
Daputy of the Min,   er of the Interior.
Ottawa, February 4th IfltlS
GRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4
Under tbe Management of ERNEST WILLIS.
Return Engagement of the Ever Popular
" THE HOTTEST
COON IN DIXIE "
Company, Presenting the Rag-Time Comic Opera,
" A Trip to Honolulu "
In Three Act.
Entire Change of Program
New Music New Faces New Acts
40 Colored Performe s—rJlmerica's Best
A Bevy of Dusky Beauties. Handsomely Costumed, Augmented
by Prof. G B Rhone's Imperial Band and Orchestra. Parade at
Noon.    Performance at 8:30 p.m.
A Real Fair This Year
Better Than Ever Before
The Twelfth Annual
pokane Interstate Fair
October 9 to 13,1905
OPEN  DAY AND NIGHT
Wonderful displays of PAIN'S FAMOUS "PYROTECHNICS, presenting "THE PALI. OF PORT ARTHUR" in Flaming Fireworks.
LAUGKR KX1I1 HITS in KVKHY DEPARTMENT of the FAIR.
MEN'S REEAY RACE during the Whole Week. EIGHT Entries.
Tin* FINEST SHOW of LIVE STOCK ever held in Washington.
UP-TO-DATE Vaudevilla Program Every Afternoon and Evening.
Beautiful FRUIT DISPLAYS for PIG CASH PRIZES, FIVE or
MORE EXCITING RACKS DAILY. SPOKANE KENNEL
CLUB'S Big Annual Dog Show. INDIAN VILLAGE and INDIAN
RACES and DANCES.
REDUCED RATES AND SPECIAL EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS
Concessions lor Sale
Write for Premium List and Race Proitram
HOWELL W. PEEL, PRESIDENT
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Sec* Mas.
Boarders J Wanted—A few more
steady boarders can find first-class
accommodations at Mrs. J. B. Henderson's, Winnipeg avenue.
Ten dollars is offered by Dr. Meck-
lenburg, the export eye specialist, to
any person that he fails to adopt thc
correct glasses for ufter all others
havo failed; satisfaction guaranteed.
He will be at White's jewelry store,
Grand Forks, from Wednesday to Fri-
day, October 18-20. Hearing appliances and artificial eyes fitted.
/  -r*
Every man owes it to himsolf and
his family to master a tratlo or profession. Read the display advertisement of the six Morse schools of telegraphy, in this issue, and loath how
easily a young man or lady may learn
telegraphy and be assured a position.
Our job department is superior to
any other in tho Boundary country.
We have both the material and the
experience to turn out. high class work.
Razor honing a  specialty   at   the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
TELEGRAPHERS
NEEDED
Annually to fill tlio new positions created bv Rnllrorul aiulTelef-raph t'oroininies.
We want YOUNG MKK and LADI1-.S of
good hubits, to
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
Wo funii-.li 75 per cent, of tbe operators
nnn station nifeiits in Americii. Our hix
schools ure  the   lui-Kent  exclusive Tele*-
Rrnpli St-hools in thk woum*. tititab-
t*li(itl itn yi'iii'N -mil -•mli-i-si'-l by all lead-
in- Railway Offleinl*
We ex-M.ute a sWMHloiid to every student to furnish hiin or her a position ptiy-
iu-,'from $4.) to situ a ■•■onth hi States mint
ofthe Rot-Uy Moon taint. nr from $75 to
■f 100 a month in States west of the
lioflti-'r*. immediately   upon graduation.
StirtlentH fan enter at any time. No
vacations. For full particulars reganl-
luiz any of our schools write ilfreatto our
executive office at Glnclmiutl, <>. Catalogue free.
Thc Norse School of Telegraphy
Cliuilnnntl, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y.
Atlanta, Ga. I.aCresse, Win.
Texarltana, Tex.        San Fratielsoo. Cal.
P.BURNSC&Co.
Dealers    in. All   Kinds    of
FRESH AND CURED
MEATS
Fish and Game in  Season
■■■ ■'   ' -"■ ■ '   i ■ ■"■   " ■'■"■     ": *
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
W.H.ITTER&CO
Next Door to Post Office
^Announcement
Largest and
Best Display tf
Fancy"
Chinaware
Ever Brought to
this Section of the
Province will be
Opened Up at Our
Store in a Few
Days.
W.H.ITTER&CO
Next Door to Post Office
Agents Mason & Risch Piano, Singer
Sewing Machines, Columbia Grapho-
phones, Standard Patterns. tf
JIAVE YOU NOTICED
That we sell only the
beat in our lines! We offer
nothing that is not strictly
first-class  in   GROCERIES.
THE QUALITY of our Stock
cannot be denied, and it is
for this reason that wo are so
sure of giving perfect satisfaction to all who give us a trial.
We also carry a line of Hoots,
Shoes. RubbeJB and Gent's
Furnishings.
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Phone 30 Opposite C.P.R. Station
The palm
WALLACE
CHALMERS
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST SIBEtTS
Dr Follick
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone 27.
Office over Morrison's Jewelry Store
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ae.
Anyone sending a ftkelch and description may
quickly iiBcertiilii our opinion free whether an
Invention is probably piitentahle. Communications Mtrlolly<*tintlilcti...il. HANDBOOK on entente
sent free. indent agenry lor seourtnBpatenuj.
patents taken ttiroujh Munn St Co. receive
special notice, wit bout ohm-Be, lathe
Scientific American.
A hftmlaomely Illustrated weekly. I.itr(test circulation «if any t-dGnUtic journal. Terms, ?.l a
year; four nionthB, $L Sold byall newsdealer--.
MUNN & Co.36 ■""-*"•'• New York
Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, D. C.
BICYCLES
A Complete Line of 1905 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   nud   will  he  sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly
Passengers and Trunks to
and From All Trains
TelkphoneA129
GRAND FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
GEO. CHAPPIE,    Opposite Postoffice
M'NEIL & HENNIGER
FLOUR
HAY
GRAIN
FEED
AND
COAL
BRIDGE STREET,
KllTIIERFOBD   BhOS., PjiOPS. pH0N|.. A7y GuAND Fo*.KS
HEADQUABTRES FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
Cigar Store
SEE DINSMORE
Befoi'6 Ordering Your
Fall Suit
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and' our prices are right. Call
and inspect our goods.
W. H. DINSMORE,
R. C. MCCUTCHEON
CABINETMAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Scrt'en Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Opposite J. W. Jones' Furniture Store.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PRESBYTHRIAN CHUROH Grand
Korku—J. R, Robertson, B.A., pastor.
Service* evory Sunday at 11 a.m. ara 1 ;80 p.
m.t Sunday school and Bible olass, 3 p. m.;
•Aettniliister Guild of 0.   17, Tuesday, 8
pfesT METHODIST CHURCH , Corner Main
and Fifth iti. K. Manuel, pastor. -Services
every Sunday at 11 a.m. aud 7,80 p.m.;
olatu meeting at dose of morning service;
Sunday school and Bible clasaat 8 p. m.;
prayer meeting every Thursday evening
«t ti o'clock. The public lscordiully invited.
MIKCHANT TAIL* HI,
BRIDGE .ST. .    GRAND
'ORKS
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC. ETC.
AU Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo.  Taylor
General Contractor.
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
SUNBEAMS
The man whose clothes  are  stolen
while he is in swimming and has to go
home in a barrel, doesn't feel one-half
so mortified as the girl who has callers I
befo 'e she has her hair curled
•    —      .#
The "remittance" man and the man
who is look ins; fur a rich   wife  beiojgl
to the sau e class.
The pretty typewriter undoubtedly
stands the best chance at getting a job,
but it's the girl that can spell tiiat
gets her pay raised when she speaks
about leaving.
The Sultan of Turkey has lately
again lost three wives by death. Uut
as he still has 84 left probably
he will not pine away ou account uf
loneliness.
There is considerable consternation
in certain circles upon the discovery
that champagne that has b*en sold
at $4 a quart is made out of common
elder and carbolic acid.
About the two most disagreeable
creatures in the world is the boy who
apes the manners of the girls, and the
girl who affects the rougness of tne
boys.
The place where the minority rules
is the house that has the baby.
A girl seldom kicks when an old
man lays his fortune at her feet.
Dr. Mecklenburg, eye specialist, of
Winnipeg, will be at White's jewelry
store, Grand Forks, from 13 o'clock
Wednesday to 13 o'clock Friday, Oc
tober 18-20. Eyes'examined, tested and
fitted with glasses, Sijuint, cross eyes,
short sight, far sight, irregular sight,
etc., scientifically tested. No guess
work, no dangerous and costly mistakes. Safe, reliable, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
The Bio: d Is The Lite •
Owing to faulty actions of the kidneys and liver, the blood becomes fill d
with disease germs that imperil health.
The first warning is a bat k iche, dizziness, headache and lack of vital energy. Act quickly if you would avoid
thi terrible ravages of chronic kidne\
complaint. Get. Dr. Hamilton's Pills
today; they cure kidney and liver complaint for all time. No medicine relieves so promptly, nothing in the
world of medicine cures so thoroughly.
For good blood, clear complexion,
healthy appetite, the proper treatment
is Dr Hamilton's Pills. 25c per box,
at all dealers.
"Hooligan's Troubles"
Skilfully, arranged confusion it* the
secret in the writing of a successful
farce. It is only necessary that the
umbroglio shall contain original idea--,
and that the situations which lead to
them have the quality of newness
This describes in brief the success of
<'Hu^lligan'sTl■uubles,', which euincs to
the Grand Forks opera ho.re on Tujjh-
day, Oct. 31st, It is bright and in*
genio-is, leaving no disagreeable afterthought. It is full nf honest merriment and ludicrous complications.
Pretty girls add to "Hooligan's Trou
bles," aud the company ranks as one
of the best in the profession.
SKW.KI) TBNUBRSnddreHwItothe mlder*-
Bltrnod.and radoned '-fei.rtur ror In-Him
ntid l-'UlnMifsoltU-n hlilic New WontmiiiBter.
lie." ..ill I,,* reoBlved at tl-U ->in>-<» audi
Saturday, OatoDB£{H. lflOfl.ineluhlvely, fortli-**
oouBtruction <if Iniliun und PUlterlei ottlce
HI.lit, Now VV'-Htmlniiier.
I'i mis anil Hiifcitlcittloii to tic -teen and funii.*-
<if tundor obiaiund at tali department* at tlm
ollii'i' of (ii. A. Kt?(*f(>r, Bin*! Resident Bugl-
neor, Now Westminster, B,C.
I'ei'K-ma ii'inliTin^iin* noli Mod I lint tender-.
will not ho Co hindered unlo.-H outdo on the
printed form uii)>|jUod,uod i-iyni'il with tliolr
aetimUiifoatiiroii
Kaeli teiiii'T must be itceoinimuiod by un
acceptf>d rdiciin•-' on a oliartored liti-iU, made
Snyablo to the unlet bf the II i ruble tlm
Uobiter of Public Works, equul to Um nor
.tent (10-j q.) nf tbe atm-tiut of t tt« rnii-]--r,
which will bo forfoitod if th~ party tenet n r-
int* deollnt- into a contract when c tiled upon
to do ho, <ir If fall to complete the work
contracted for. If the tender lie not accepted the eheque will be returned.
Tito Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GEL1NA8,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works-
Ottawa, Sept, 20th, Wir..
•-W5--SEPTEMBER 27 TO OCTOBER 7-I905
Under lIn* Aus*iuh>h of the Royal Agricultural nud
li dustriul Society.
@wW3stfniii§ier,B.C
Stupendous and Comprehensive Army nf Exhibits
Rejiresentiiui tin* Hesiiuiv.es of nil i'nnnda.
$IOO,000.00-ln Pi izes and Attractions--$l00,000.C0
Enlarged grounds, new, hnndsome and spacious buildings.
Chaiiipionshlp Aquutlu and Lacrosse Events.  Howe Riming, utun-
elm "Busting," Military Parades nnd Exercises.
Royal IrlSh GrardS no I other Famous Bands.
Grand Wlter -CamlVal Parade of  FniBer river fishing fleet, put ml
ImaUt, H. M. wan-hlpc*, Indian war canoes, etc.
lndliin Sports.
Km* nil infornintion  write. W. 11. KEARY,  Sccretiiry nnd
Manager, New Westminster, li.C.
Silver
Ware
A Mtoctha mad* from our
Catalogue will be delivered at
jrour door at precisely th*
•ana MM to you aa if purchased ia paraoo at our afore.
If your watch needB repniring
;akc it to White Breos. All work
.'iiurniitccd.
Heavy teaming of all kinds   done
v .1. \V. Joik>9.
NOTICE
■fcll-PrU**.*»M,*»
Thli han<liomr 5-pipc« Tea S«rt—
non-hMt-conduL-tin-f bundles,
finest quality silver plate—ll a
marvel uf good value.
Our new Catalogue will be
ready Nov. 15th. Write for
a copy.
BYB1E BROS.
JEWELERS
118, 130, 122 and 134
Yonfte St., Toronto
To the It'uird «( License ComiQisr-imier-. fo,r
Hie City of Gruiid Parks,
NOTIOp li liereby iflvon thut 1 i.iteiid.at
the next -Meeting nf the License Commit*'
s.i(imTs ot theCityiif Gran Forks at which
this application can behearilftooinily tor u
transfer ami right to remove tho saloon
license at present in my name In respect of
the promise* known fts the Npriieti Saloon,
on liriiltrft street, In the Citv of Grand Porks,
llritish Columbia, from suhl |ii*--inisi>s to the
premises ktiowti an the "White House," on
Kiversi'ie Avenue in said eity. un-l being on
hut- liitrht anil Mae, llloek Two, Registered
Plan Twenty-three,
Dated   at (jtand .Mir!*.*,, llriti-.li Columlmi,
thin 18th day ot Jdiie.1005,
RUBBAT LINDHOLM.
NOTICE
IN-TUK MATTKIl uf tile
I   Art
  I.uuil Registry
Art," rinil ill tilt* lliutt'*r tif till* titli* to liiict
uf Cut lilli, Grouii l,n*.uyo'OK Division Vulo
|ii tli.it, ill till* Pl'iiviuin ilf Dritlsli Colutn*
\\ iiBUKAB the rertlfleate -il title of Atietis
iCliiiiile MnClliniell, li-inu* cvitilli'iii' nf tit's
iniiiilH'ri'il lliilii tn tlit* ulmvi* hefceilltameiits,
tuts Iii'hii lost ur destroyed. Und upiiliqutlou
l.itK Ill-nil iniiili' tu hip fur 11 iliiiilii'iitt' thereof:
j Nutire i« hereby "liven tlmt « iliiuiunie
thereof to the flbqve heredltumOnt* will l*e
Isslleil ut the expiration uf "in* month from
1 tlm ilrtte lir-reuf, uules* in t He me&llttnie vui il
obJootlOn tu the uiiiitrnr.v i- made tu na in
.viititn.-. W. H. t-m is is.
District Iteitlslrar.
l.iiiul Resrlstry Otlii-.*.
liiiinluoin. II.C..M10 22. Wii'i.
We Province Hotel
BRIDGE   STREET
Kcnovated Thrciughout and Entirely Refurnished.
fmVI OPErS
Kirst-elnns hunrd  by day, week
or   nionth.    Special  rates  to
3  steady   boarders.    The   linest
furnished rooms in the city.    Anierican and European plans.
EMIL LARSEN,
FINEST BAR IN CITY
IN CONNECTION
Late of Winnipeg lluiel
PROPBIETOB
N
ft
THK
cozii'Xi'
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
ha'I'k
SAMPLE
BOOM
IN TIIK
CITY.
THE CLUB
FIRST  STREET
Aid.
KINIlS
OF
HOT
AND
FANCY
MIXED
DHINKS
H
COPPER
The new edition pf the COPPER BOOK
lisls anddt'M'iilii". 8311 copper minus and
oopper mining properties, in nil parts of the
world, covering the kIhIh*, these description! ranging from two lines
to Iii pages in length, aocordlng to importunce »( the mini's. The
description!! are not padded, but give facts in the most concise form.
There nre also fifteen miscellaneous chapters, devoted to tin* History,
Uses, Terminology, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy,
Metallurgy, Finances nnd Statistics of Copper, rendering the volume
a veritable encyclopedia of the subject of copper nnd everything pertaining to the metal. It is the world's standard Reference Hunk on
Cupper. .*,*   .
Every Miner, lJrns|ieetiir, Investor,  Hanker   and  Broker needs the
book.    Price is $5 in Buck rain binding with gilt  top,   or  87.00 in i,
full library inuroceo, and tho book, iu either binding,  will lie sen-
ottapproval, tunny address in the world, U> lie paid for it' found satisfactory, or may be returned within a week of     HORACE •(. STEVENS,
receipt and the charge cancelled.    Address the 36 PoSTOFFlOE Block,
Author nml Publisher. Houuiiton, Mion., U.S.A.
/ "They Take First Rank
Amongst the Best^,
"The Accident nnd Sick Policies of the Canadian Casi'ai.ty and
Boiler Insurance Company are sellers. They are greatly in demand at their agencies in all parts of Canada. The contracts are
concise, clean nnd without ambiguity and practically without a'con-
dition. They take first rnnk amongst the best selling in Canada
today."—Extract from Money and Risks, 'loronto.
P. T. McCALLUM, Local Agent
Pacific hotel
OPP. C.P.R. STATION
First-Class in Evjry Ucspect.
Sample Rooms for Commercial
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
BAR IN CONNECTION:
Fines! Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
p. d. Mcdonald, Prop.
•****»
a*4*
KJ2
-ILL AT  IYIASSIES
nnd look over his stock. It is .not necessary to
leave an order, No one will ask }qu to do so, but
thftgoods will exert a very strong pressure. This is
a Very well selected stock of very handsome goods
of Seasonable weights and stylish designs. Under
the skiil'nl hands of our
xpeH Tailors
;o | ei
lassie
them- goods are made up into [erfecfc, -Ire-ay and
llij-J-rlilSS BUltH.
ftCO.  Jt,,
H-ERCHANT   TAItCR
Grand   Forks, B. C
*9***-\-»V* v
"HPj   ** v
..*   'J3
A large consignment
of Lounges, Dining-room
Chairs, Tables and Sofas jusl
nrrived. 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.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
GRAND  FORKS, B. C.
White Eros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
r lie street
Grand Forks, B. C
JOIN the CANADIAN
PREFERENCE
LEAGUE
100,000
MIMBIftft  WAITID
THI object of th* League ->• to educate Canadian* haw tsmmt to
apply tho Oanadlan Proforonoo oontlmont. Mom bora of tho
Loaffuo aro oxpootod-, whon making: purchoooo, to (hr* pro-
furonco to tho produoto of Canada and to all articles of Oanadlan
manufacture, whon the quality le equal and tho coot nol In oxooee
of thnt of similar foreign products or manufactured articles. Bach
mombor Is also expoctod to glvo proforenco to Canadian labor and
to this country's educational and financial Innt'ttitlons A monthly
journal will bo published In the Intoreste of tho Lea uo nnd mallod
to each member. Tho annual membership foo ond nubscrlption
for tho Journal le SI.OO.
OUT THIS OUT, SICK. AND SEND TO write
Tho Soci-ctJ-iry, TH* CANADIAN  PREFERENCE LEAQUE, tlainly
Room 20, Homo Life tJulldingi Toronto
Plo-aM einroM my namo ns a mombor of tho Canadian Proforonco
to ■*■'•-■.•*•.   EntUnort loft'.00, my r-r*i<5 m be r«Mp foe nnd *nb*acrli*>tlon fnr
oni ■• * .••to "CA'VAOA F;ROT,"thojoirna)of Tho Canadian Pro fu re nee
loayuo.
(Namo) Mr., Mre., Min __ ■-■-
P.O. Address-
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
1905, and'for the past week:
Granby Mines,Phoenix...f	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
"thither Lode, Deadwood	
Hrooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood  	
Mountain Hose, Summit 	
Atlii'lslan-.lnckpot, Wellington	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder dump, Phoenix.
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit	
R. Bill, Summit	
lCiiinin, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Sciiiitur, Summit Cnmp	
Brey Fugle, Summit ('amp	
No. M7, Summit Camp	
Reliance, Summit	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
(ioMeii Crown, Wellington	
King Solomon VV. Copper	
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Pftris, Central !..
Jewel, Long Lake	
Carnii, West Fork	
I'roviilence, (Ireenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Skylark, Skylark Cnmp	
Last Chance; Skylark Camp	
IC. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp	
Ruby, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous 	
shipments of Boundary mines for   1900, 1901, 1903, 1903,  1904,
1900       1901. 1902.         1903
64,533   231,762 309,858     393,181
297       1,721 20,800      74,212
5,340    99,034 141,326     138,079
150 	
804
7,455
1,200
19,494
550
150
150
47,405
15,731
5,646
650
14,811
560
8,530
3,339
19,365
1904
549,703
1747298
25,050
3,070
3,250
1,759
4,586
5,000
1905   Past Week
439,276      13,010
127,341
43,179
23,305
855
4,549
1,720
1,070
2,250
1,0-10
875
s685
2,000
160
3,230
350
890
22,937
16,537
363
37,960
16,400
3,450
222
364
.   33
7,726
2,694
1,833
Total,  tons  99,730
■iranby Smelter treated  62,387
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter treated	
Montreal & Boston Co.'s Smelter treated     	
80
3,456
390,000
230,828
117,611
785
625
2,435
482
2,175
219
993
400
167
726
325
,52
50
300
325
500
750
507,545
312,340
148,600
33
150
30
420
150
398
609
255
73
230
684,961
401,921
162,913
123,570
827,348
596,252
209,637
30,930
651,651
453,995
146,816
71,433
Physically Exhausted
Lacking n courage—out of joint
.vith i'v r'vt ing—Scarcely.on speaking
term i \ ith eve i fair he ilth. Such low
ji r.ts iue pitiable. Your brain is
a* g.iil, vitality so exhausted that your
constitution is well nigh ruined. What
you need is FerlO'.i lie, that, great vi-
t.li/.er uml nutritive tonic. It's hy
making llesh iimi blnod, by infusing
iron and oxygen into the system timt
Ferrozone helps; it*repairs weak spots,
instills new life into worn-out organs
—makes you feel like iievOt Ferrozone
fts ir c fivm the uld and imparts re
1 nee and bum ancy to the depi e se '.
be in.Liiiv, ruddy-colored; cast aside
weakness anrl enter the happy life that
comes from using Ferrozone. Fifty
cents buys a box in any drug store.
Bicycles aud Rupair Work—A
complete line of 1905 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. s Wheels
to rent. Geo. Ciiai'I'i.e, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
You're next at the Palace Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
For a nice hair cut or shave go to
the City Barber .Shop on Riverside.
Baths 25c.
t 	
Prevention is better than cure.
Save your eyesight by consulting Dr.
Mecklenburg, the celebrated oculist
and optician, who will be at White's
jewelry store Oct. 18-20.
"pRINTS all the news of the
Boundary/and prints it
while it is news.    It is the
' only twit'c-aweek paper pub-
fished in Southern British
Coin■iiliia. It is notuwiieil
in oi itrolled by a clique of
I ontieiaiis, tu further their
own ambitious aims; nor by
a combination of merchant",
to le uselasa uu'imsnflauding their "Wti wires, to the
4lelriine.it of their rivals.
Tin: Sirs is the solo property of its publisher, and no
one else lias any right to dictate its policy. It is printed ihthe interest ol Urand
Forks and siiiTi-iinding district. When its editor believes he is right, he speaks
right out. He does not
have to consult half-a-ilozcn
dill'erent parties about what
lie intends t*i say.
Everybody in brand Forks
reads Thk SUN twice a week.
Ils out-of-town circulation is
large, and is rapidly increas-
ing. It is therefore the Best
udvertising medium in the
Boundary,
$2 Per Year
When
You consider
that a poorly
printed job costs
just as much as
one that presents a neat and
tasty appearance, do you not
think{t\fhat your
business   de
mands the latter kind.?
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stork and workmanship are of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
Columbian wanted
College
3,805
20
"26
60
16,915
13,780
4,316
-
t
t
FOUNDED 1892
INOORPOBATED 1893
NlvW WESTMINSTER) B, C.
Provides a Home for Students of
both sexes at reasonable rates. Has a
Preparatory Class for Junior Students iloingPiiblic School work. Is doing High Sohool work, confers all
Ili;,'li School privileges, and prepares
for Teachers' Examinations. Teaches
all branches of a thorough Practical
business Course, and grants Diplomas,
(lives a liberal Education in its own
Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies'
College Course for tho 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
ilJniversity, with which the College
s in full alfilitttion. In Theology
prepares for the degree of S.T.L. ond
B.D.
For fuller information, and terms,
.vri te.
Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B. A., B.D.,
or Rev. J. Bowell, Bursar.
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Orand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S .BREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties m Hardy Fruits, Small
, Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
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