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The Evening Sun May 31, 1907

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Sixth Year---No. 44.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, May 31, 1907.
[$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Occurrences   Fraught   With
Great Interest   to the
Canadian People
ment has issued a statement showing
that the total exports, domestic and
foreign were for the twelve   months
ending  March   31st,   2272,206,606.1
The total imports were 1340,374,745,1
making   together   a  total aggregate Stick Thrown OV Bella Donan
trade for the year ending March  31st
The Dominion Better Known
Abroad Than at Any Period
in History
The week last past will prove a
memorable one for Canada. It
saw the conclusion of the colonial conference in London, at which Canada's
gifted premier, Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
was honored upon every occasion, and
who so ably represented Great Britain's greatest colony and upheld the
best of Canada's traditions.
It saw the first step accomplished
towards the establishment of a new
fast mail service between England,
Australia and New Zealand via Canada.
It gave to the country the latest
information with respect to the cost
and route of that great national undertaking, the Georgian Bay canal,
of which Sir Wilfrid Laurier is on
record as saynig, "It shall be built.
It saw the publication of figures
which prove that the trade of Canada
has increased by the enormous sum of
.$92,128,995 during the past year.
It permitted the finance department
to announce that the fiscal returns for
the year last past would show a surplus of $18,000,000 after paying off
nearly $10,000,000 of the public debt.
It welcomed the announcement by
the premier, that the home government
should seriously consider the injustice
to Canadian interests by reason of the
cattle embargo which obtained in England againet the Canadian cattle and
the response by Mr. Asquith, chancellor of th) exchequer, that the question should be seriously considered by
the board of agriculture.
It saw Ottawa flooded with railway
men, contractors and others, interested
in the building of the Grand Trunk
Pacific, submitting for the approval of
the government, various routes for this
,ind kindred enterprises, all of which
tends to the upbuilding tf Canada.
It found Hon. Mr. Brodeur, minister of marine and fisheries, explaining
to the committee of Llyds at London
the Hplendid harbor facilities which
the governinene was providing
throughout Canada. Mr. Biodeur fully
described what had been done to en
sure safe navigation, and ulluded to
the extensive works carried on by
government towards derfecting the
St. Lawrence route, by lighthouses,
givs buoys, fog alarm stations, wireless
telegraphy, telephone and signal service, wreaking plants and submarine
signals. He referred also to the regular inspection and annual sweeping
uf the channel.
It saw general contentment, honest
administration of public affairs, a con
dition of prosperity which makes of
Canada the most desirable field of immigration, and immigrants arriving
by the thousands.
It saw the settlement of the most
distressing of the industrial disputes
between employer and employed,and a
disposition to obey the law with respect to the lesser differences which
have arisen in some localties.
The trade and commerce  depart-
last, ^612,581,351, as against $520,-
452,356 for the corresponding period
of 1905-6, an increase of $92,128,995.
The imports consisted of dutiable
goods, $200,901,500; freegoods,#129,-
868,781; coin and bullion,f9,604,464,
making a total of $340,374,745. The
duty collected during the year
amounted to $53,006,546, as against
#45,129,009, an increase of $7,877,-
In one year the trade of the country has increased by $92,128,995. In
other words it means that the total
trade of Canada has nearly doubled in
five years. When the Liberal party
pledged itself to promote the interests
of the people at the last general election it would have been almost too
much to promise that the trade of the
country would increase nearly $200,-
000,000 in two years, yet such has
been the case.
It may be asked, what is the proposed fast mail service, and how will
it benefit Canaaal
The proposal is divided into two
parts, one affecting the Atlantic ocean
and the other the Pacific ocean. It iB
contemplated to inaugurate a fast
mail and freight service between England, Australia and New Zealand via
Canada. On the Atlantic side the
service will equal the existing service
to New York. This would save two
days between England and Canada.
Four days at sea, four dayB across Canada. Eight days to the Pacific coast
from England.
On the Pacific side the object is to
establish at least an 18-knot service
to Australio, which would bring the
antipodes within twenty days of England, and greatly lessen also the time
to the Orient.
The promoters of this proposed new
line, in which Lord Strathcona has
promised to take a heavy financial in
terest, have received assurances from
the British, Canadian, Australian and
New Zealand governments of an an
nual subsidy of $5,000,000 per annum
for ten years.
The completion of this fast line
will make Canada the highway for
large proportion of the trade which
now reaches Australia and New Zea
land from the mother land by way of
the Suez canal. The impetus given ti
the business of the Doinijiion hy in
creased trallic across the continent is
beyond computation.
A feature of this fust line to the antipodes, and easier access to the Orient, will open up new trade channels
impossible under present conditions,
The benefits will extend far beyond
those which enure by reason of tie
transient freight. Canada will be
better known and her goods will find
their way to the uttermost parts of the
earth. If Sir Wilfrid Lanrier aeconi
pliahed nothing more than this at the
conference, he succeeded in advancing
the material interests of the people to
a degree which cannot be calculated at
this time.
The building of the Georgian Bay
canal has been a vexed political question for fifty years. The Liberal government hos been systematically making surveys end acquiring information
which would tend to a final solution
of all the problems  presented   in a
(Continued on Page Four.)
Kills Her Sister, Emma
Missile Strikes a Vital Spot
and Victim Expires in a
Few Seconds
A lamentable accident occurred
at the home of H. Donan, who lives
near the old Columbia Bchool house,
at about 9 o'clock yesterday morning. His two daughters, Bella
and Emma, aged 27 and 23 years
respectively, became engaged in a
disagreement over a trivial matter,
and Bella picked up a stick of wood
and hurled it at her siBter. Tbe
missile happened to strike Emma
just back of the ear, tbe most vital
spot in the entire body, and after
giving a few gasps she expired.
The accident proved a terribly
shock to Bella, and she was frantic
with grief all day yesterday. She is
still under Dr. Kingston care, and
the doctor expresses grave fears that
the incident may unbalance her
The Donan family are pioneeis
of Grand Forks, having resided here
seven or eight years.
LaBt night Coroner Kingston sum
moned a coroner's jury composed of
Robert Gaw, J. S. Jost, N. D. Mcintosh, D. D. Munro, N. McCallum,
Jas. McArdle, and an inquest was
held over tbe remains of the dead
girl. After hearing the facte, the
jury returned a verdict "that Emma
Donan, on May 30th, came to her
death as a result from a blow from
a stick thrown by her sister, Bella
Donan, without intent to kill."
The date of the funeral of the
dead girl has not yet been decided
upon, as some relatives of the family have been notified of tbe accident,
and it is not certain when they can
reach here.
of by Mr. Justice Clement in chambers:
Ritchie vs. Canadian Casualty and
Boiler Insurance cotnptny, application for an order to examine Mrs.
Ritchie; D. WhiteBide appeared for
motion and A. C. Sutton contra.
Mr. Sutton protested and asked for
costs o! application. His lordBhip
made an Order for examination, cost
of motion to be costs in the cause.
In the application made by W. B.
Cochrane, under Section 141 of the
County Court Act, for a transfer of
county court judgment to the supreme court, his lordship granted
the order. At the same time Mr.
Cochrane applied for an order to
garnishee moneys deposited in court
in the case of Arena vs. Kettle Valley lines, on account of said judgment against Peter Arena. His lordship granted Mr. Cochrane an order
In the application made by D
Whiteside for an order for possession of right of way for Kettle Valley lines over Peter Drena's land,
Lot 3000, Ernest Miller appeared
contra.   Application refused.
County County
His honor Judge I'ruwn.iif Greenwood, presided over a session of the
county court in this city yesterday.
M. M. Kerman and H. B. Cannon vs. Geo. A. MacLeod, for $1195
damages; II ('.. Hanington for plain
tiffs, I. H. Hallett for third party,
thc 11 C. Copper coinpany, nnd D.
Whiteside fur i len. A. MacLeod. In
this case Mi MeLeud was acting ns
agent for tin- 15. C, Copper company
in obtaining an option on thc Doris
fraction, linn Cap and Gloucester
fraction mineral claims. In the
agreement between the parties the
B. C. Copper caiiipany, by MacLeod
as agent, agreed to do the work lor
crown granting and also pay the
crown grant fees for the three claims.
This they neglected 'to do, hence the
suit, The defendant admitted $1170
and costs of action, and the B. C.
Copper company admits liability fur
$1170 and plaintiffs' costs against
defendant. B. C. Copper company
to pay direct to plaintiffs $1170; all
coeto of plaintiffs against defendant
to be paid by the B. C. Copper company; costs of garnishee proceedings
The following oases were disposed
Four Furnaces Now in Operation at  the  Granby
LaborQuestion Yet Unsettled.
Amicable   Settlement
Driving Park Association Decides  to Celebrate Dominion Day
Program  to   Include Horse
Racing, Baseball and Athletic Sports
The Granby smelter resumed operations last Tuesday morning by
blowing in two furnaces, and two
more were started up Wednesday
morning. It is expected that another will be blown in today, making a total of five in blast.
At a meeting of the Grand Forks
Labor union Wednesday night the
new scale of wages submitted by
Superintendent Hodges, of tbe
Granby Consolidated, was rejected,
and Mr. Hodges left for Spokane
yestesday morning to confer with
Manager Jay P. Graves. He is expected to return' tomoorow, and it
will then be known whether the
company will accede to the demands
of the men or close down the smeller. The officers of the union state
that the points in dispute are not of
serious nature, and they feel confident of an amicable settlement.
They also say that they have tho
support of Phoenix and Greenwood
unions in their demands.
A race meet is to be held in this
city on the 1st of July (Dominion
Lay) under the auspices of tbe
Grand Forks Driving Park and Athletic association. The directors arrived at this conclusion last night,
and are now engaged in preparing
an attractive program. Besides
horse racing, a baseball tournment
and otber athletic sports will be included in the program. Liberal
purses are to hung up for all the
When a man gets drunk and
raises a disturbance he is arrested;
but on Winnipeg avenue, in tbe
neghliorhood of The Sun office, the
gramophone appears to be a privileged character.
A lire occurred in ChcBaw Inst
week, three of the largest stores in
the town being completely destroyed
The entire town would have been
liurncd but for the stienuous efforts
of its citizens anil the fortunate absence of wind. The Idsb was over
$12,000, partially covered by insurance. Two of the Btablishnietiti
destroyed will be rebuilt shortly.
It is expected that the Dominion
Copper company's smelter at Boundary Falls will be blown in again
this week.
The $10,00 bond the Tip Top
mine, near Greenwood, was taken
up on May 17th hy H. V. Fuller
and associates. It is reported that
this property will be consolidated
with the liny mine in the near future.
Greenwund'scclobiation on the 24th
is repurted to have beeu a big success.
Dale Will Hang
The Greenwood assizes opened on
Wednesday last week, Mr. Justice
Clement presiding. The grand jury
brought in a true bill against Jas.
Dale, accused of murdering two men
at Carmi laBt October, and Cedio,
the Italian concerned in the Niagara
outrage. A frue bill waB alBo returned in the case of Sam Rovelli, .
but the crown decided not to prosecute, and Rovelli is iree for tbe present. Dale's case was commenced
Thursday, and taken up again Friday morning, closing at 11:30 a.m.
David Whiteside prosecuted and
counsel McLeod waB for the defense.
No witnesses were called for the defense. On conclusion of the judge's
charge the jury retired, being absent
only about five minutes when foreman H. A. Sheads announced a verdict of guilty. Dale was sentenced
to be banged on July 18th. Constable I. A. Dinsmore, of this eity,
and A. T. Black, of Greenwood, lett
for Kamloops with the prisoner Friday evoning
Constable LA. Dinsmore returned
this week from Kamloops, having
safely conducted the condemned
murderer, Dale, to that place. Mr.
Dinsmore states that tbe prisoner
was in good spirits, and that even
the fact that he stands in theBhadow
of the gallows did not prevent him
from telling funny Btorses.
The regular statutory meeting of
the board of licensing commissioners for the Grand Forks license district will be held at the court house
in this city on June 15th. All applications for renewals should be in
the hands of the chief license inspector not later than Jnne 1st.
Advertise in The Sun—the paper
that most peoplo readB. oIIjp -EhntUuj &mt
Published at Grand Forks, British Columbia.
G. A. Kvans Editor and Publisher
One Tear jl.JO
One Year (In advance)  1.00
Advertising rates furnished on -e> i
Legal notices, 10 and 5 oents per line.
Address all communications to
Thi Evening Sun,
Phonb B74 Grand Forks, B.C.
FRIDAY,  MAY 21,  1907
Last week The Sun advertised the
premier of British Columbia as lost.
The next day word came from Paris
to the effect that he had been seen
in that city. Obviously, it pays to
advertise—even if you do not want
to recover the article you are advertising for.
Last spring we tried the experiment of grafting a strawberry plant
on a milkweed, with the expectation
of raising strawberries and cream
on one plant. The result has not
been entirely satisfactory, as we find
that the plant produces more cream
than berries.
Plans Now in Hands of Contractors—Work to Start
at Once
Building  Will Be   25   Feet
Wide and 85  Feet
A farewell social will he tendeiel
Kev. and Mrs. E. Manuel on Monday evening, June 3rd, at 8 o'clock,
in the Methodist church. All friends
are cordially invited to attend.
Travel to Franklin camp has been
quite brisk during ihe past week.
Last Tuesday the stage took up nine
passengers, besides all the express
matter it could conveniently handle.
This week the Kettle Valley line
started work on the trestle where it
crosses the C. P. R. near Lequime's
sawmill. The former road makes an
underneath crossing at this point,
and is therefore compelled to put in
the trestle for the CP.R.
Mrs. G. L. Woodard left yesterday morning for Grrfield, Wash.,
having received word that her
mother was quite seriously ill at
that place.
A. D. McPhee, superintendent of
the Grant mine, near Chesaw, visited his family in thiB city last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Kennedy, of
Midway, were guests at the Yale laBt
Mrs. John Rogers returned home
the first part of the week from a
visit with friends in Spokane.
In our laBt issue, a wireless message from the race course became entangled with telephone wires,
the result being that] we credited the Grand Forks club with wining the first baseball game, whereas
later reports show beyond the shadow of a doubt that they went down
before the Danville dandies. The
Danville boys were in turn trouncid
by tho Curlew team. The error wns
partly due to our eagorness to catch
the fast Franklin mail.
G. C. Hodge, of Nelson, superintendent of the B. C. Telephone company, was in the city last Monday
on a tour of inspection.
Tho Club saloon, owned by L. A.
Manly and A. M. Dunham, was sold
last Monday, the purchasers being
Al. Traunweiser, A. W. Fraser,John
Temple and Fred Russell. The
buyers will divide the stock and
close the place permanently on the
1st of June, thus reducing the
liquor licenses in the city by one.
Messrs. Dunham & Co. will celebrate their retiring from business
by serving a grand free lunch tonight. The doors will close for
good at 6 o'clook tomorrow morning.
The plans for the Kettle Valley
line station, which is to be erected
on Third street, between Winnipeg
avenue and Bridge Btreet, have been
completed, and it is to built at
once. Chief Engineer Warrington
stated last Saturday that work on
the building would be started this
week, but owing to some delay in
letting the contract, it is not now
likely that the ground will be broken
until some time next week. The
building will be 25x85 feet, one
story high, and will contain two
waiting rooms, baggage room and
offices. It will be of a rustic design,
a portion of the walls being constructed of panels and shingle work,
making a very pretty exterior appearance.
The station will be built by local
contractors, and the contract will be
awarded tomorrow or next Monday.
D. D. Munro made a business trip
to Nelson last Saturday.
Knox Presbyterian Church—
Sabbath services at 11 a. in. and 7 p.
m.; Sabbath sohool and Bible class at
2:30 p.m.; Ynuiif; People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
m. All are cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, E. Manuel,
pastor.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. The
pastor has been appointed by the recent conference to Chilliwack, and
will preach his farewell sermon to his
congregation on Sunpay evening. All
are welcome.
Baptist CHURcn, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
MiningStock Quotations
Alberta Coke it Goal.
American Boy	
B. C. Copper	
Cons. Smelters	
Dominion Copper	
Furnace Creek	
Happy Day	
International Coal..
Oom Paul	
Tamiirck it Cliesapk
NewAccruntof Western Canda
Lord Strathcona has written the
introduction for a new book describing the prairie provinces ni the Dominion under the title of "New Canada and the New Canadians," which is
to be published almost immediately
by Horace Marshall k Son, London.
The author, Mr. Howard Angus Kennedy, is well known in tho Dominion
as the originator and editor of "The
Story of the Empire" series of histori
cal volumes,in which he himself wrote
'The Story of Ganada." His knowledge of Canada and the West is by no
means second-hand; nor is he a mere
globe-trotter passing judgment on a
country that he has only had a glimpse
of. He came to Canada as long ago
as 1881, and lived here nearly ten
years. He first travelled through the
West in 1885, accompanying different
parties of the troops engaged   in  sup
pressing the half-breed and Idian rising. He was then acting as war correspondent of the Montreal Daily
Witness. After an interval of more
than 20 years he has been going over
the same ground, and much more, as
special correspondent uf the London
Times, with which famous journal he
has been connected since his retui n toi
England. He has thus been able to
draw a very striking contrast between
past and present in the West, as Lord
Strathcona says in vouching for Mr.
Kennedy's competence for his task.
Almost every part of the West is
touched on in this book—Manitoba,
the park lands as far us Prince Albert
and Edmonton, the plains of southern
and central Saskatchewan, the ranching country in the Southwest, the far
North, and the "West beyond the
West"; Galicittiis. livlundei's, Dukho-
bors, Mormons, Indians, and the more
ordinary ''new Canadians" from eastern Canada, the mother country and
the United States—all these and others are the subject of special notice.
Mr. Kennedy aims at giving not only
a true and independent account of the
country and its development and its
people, but a good deal of information
likely to be useful to emigrants. Independent as he is, he is an enthusiastic
believer iu Canada, and his book is to
be one which the people here can recommend their friends in the old country and the United States to read.
The volume is to be well illustrated
with colored and other pictures, including some taken by the
author as he travelled over the country
on cowcatchers, cayuses, bronchos and
other methods of conveyance.
Don't Use Greasy Liniments
A century ago they were popular.
Today people want something easy to
apply, certain in results, and above all
a clean liniment. When Nerviline is
applied aches and pains disappear as
the pores absorb its soothing healing
properties. Nerviline penetrates to the
core of the pain, eases instantly, and
leaves no oily bad smelling memory
behind. Good to take in, capital to
rub on, and five times more powerful
in destroying pain than any other
liniment. Don't fail to get a large 25c
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
their price on all case and draught
wines and liquors.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1907 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chapple, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
The Lion Bottling Works are selling Gooderham k Wort's Rye Whiskey the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for &3.00 per gallon.
Advertise in  The  Sun—the paper
that most people reads.
One of the Saddest Stories
First it was a cold, neglected of
course and catarrh developed. Nothing
waa done, and consumption followed.
Watch the little cold, keep it from
growing by using Catarrhozone. Nothing simpler than inhaling the germ-
killing vapor of this grand remedy.
Colds and catarrh flee as before fire.
Every trace of throat and bronchial
trouble yields immediately.. Catarrho-
zone is -scientific and absolutely guar
unteed for preventing ami curing catarrh and kindred ills. Two sizes, 25c
and 11.00, ut ull dealers.
We Have For Sale
and Harness
c/ilso an Assortment tt
We Want
As we have a number of enquiries   for
small   farms.    We expect   a   number of\
buyers in Grand Forks at an early" date.
It you have farms for sale, call on
A. Erskine Smith S Go.
Fish and Game in Season
Great Northern Railway
Exposition Rates East
Winnipeg $53.70
Chicago  65.20
Jt. Louis    61.20
Toronto  79.70
^Montreal 85.20
Dates of Sale:
June 6, 7, 8 and July 3, 4, 5
90-day Limit.
Round-Trip Rate lo Jamestown Exposition $92.15
60-day Limit.
H. SHEEDY, Atfent,
Alssts-Voton Eiposltlon, Stjlllc, Jane-October, 1909
The surest way to evaporate business troubles is tn give your stationery
the necessary talking qualities by
having it printerl in a modern office
by competent workmen, The Sun
job office is the most up-to-date in the
Bouudary, und our workmen are capable and of wide experience. This is
the reason why we do the pi in ting for
the best firms and corporations in this
NOTICK in hereby given thnt the first sitting
of the Court of Revision of the A-shCNH-
nient UoIIh of the Corporation of the City of
Grand Forks and of the Grand Korks Munlcl-
Bri! Sohool District will beheld in the City
all, Grand Forks, B. (7, on Monday,the
17th day of June, at 2 o'clock p.m. Any person desiring to make complaints against his
assessment must give notice In writing to the
Assessor, stating the grounds of complaint,
at least ten days before said date*
Grand Forks, B. C, J. A. McCALLUM,
May Uth, 1907. City Clerk.
NOTICK Is hereliy given that the "Grand
I" Forks Liquor Company, Limited," carrying on business at tho City of Grand Forks,
In the Province of British Columbin, Intends
to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor in
council, upontheexplratlon of three mouths
from the date of this notice, for permission
to change Its name to that of the Pacilic
Liquor Company, Limited.*'
Dated ut Grand Forks, B.C., this 19thday of
Maroh.A.D.llM.        w B C0C1IBANB|
Solicitor for Company.
•JOTIOB Is hereby given thnt sixty days
is after .late lieroof I Intend to apply to the
Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for the right to pnroh-.se the following described lands on the North Fork
of Kettle Klver, that is to say i Commenolnc
at a post planted nt southeast corner ol B.
D Jones' land pre-emption; thenee 80 chains
north; thence 40ohains westi thenoe 80ohains
south; thenoe 40 chains east to place pi beginning, containing 320 acres, more or less.
Dated at Orand Forks this 5th day of April,
•***0'1**01 M.U.WHITB.
ABARGAIN—House ond lot in
North addition. 'Enquire at Sun
NOTK'K is hereby given that sixty days after
date hereof I intend to apply to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for the right to purchase the following described lands on the North Fork uf
Kettle River, that Is to say: Commencing ut
a pott planted ut the North East corner of R.
D. Jones' old laud pre-emption; thenoe 4U
chains north; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 40 ohains: thenoe east 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 820
nores, more or less.
Dated  at Grand Forks thli 12th   day of
April, 1907.
"Waver ley" Mineral Claim, situate lu the
Grand Korks Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located: In Franklin camp, lying
east of and adjoining the "Lost" mineral
TAKE NOTICE that I, George E. Massie, free
1 miner's certificate No. B9&I57 intend, sixty
days from dute hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above olaim.
Aud further take notioe that net Ion, under
section 87, must be commenced before the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 12th day of March, A. I). 1907.
\V. H.   Itter returned home last
Friday from a qusiness trip to Nelson.
Richard Frache, of the Columbia
greenhouses, left last Sunday for a
buiiness trip to Spokane.
W. A. Harkin, one of the pioneer
newsprper men of Grand Forks, but
now connected with the Rossland
Miner staff, arrived in the city Wednesday afternoon, and left the same
evening for Volcanic.
Mr. Lew Johnson, manager of the
Grand Forks opera house, this week
purchased from G. A. Evans the lot
next The Sun office on Winnipeg
avenue. Mr. Johnson states that in
the oourse of time he will erect a
modern opera house on the property.
Leslie Bruce principal of the Rossland school, visited his sister, Miss
Bruce, of the Grand Forks public
school staff of instructors, last Saturday. Mr. Bruce has been principal
of the Rossland school for the past
five years, but this was his first trip
to the Boundary country.
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the yard Saturday morning.but slipped
and his left foot got under the wheels,
the toes being cut off. He was at
once removed to the Cottage hospital,
where Dr. Kingston decided that
amputation of the foot near the instep
would have to be resorted to. Mr.
Nickersn was engaged in sealing somo
freight cars at the time of the accident, and had the sealing iron in the
hand with which the attempted to
catch hold of the moving car, thus
causing him to miss his hold and fall.
Born—In Greenwood, May 18th,
to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Napper, a
A miser who has money to burn
usually goes to the right place to burn
when he dies.
The epitaph on a man's tombstone
is no criterion as to wnich road he
took from the grave.
It is a great relief to a man who
dreams that his watch is gone to get
up and find it going.
A cheerful face wins friends, position, love, happiness, fame, power and
a photograph that looks pleasant.
David Nickerson, a young man
from New Brunswick, who has been
employed by the C. P. R. as night
operator at this place for some time,
attempted to board a moving train in
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Graud Forks, B. C.
Geo. A. MacLeod, formerly of this
city but now, of Spokane, was a
Grand Forks visitor yesterday.
Mrs. W. J. Mclntyre, of the West
end, gave her first "at home" last
Wednesday afternoon, from 3 till 6.
There were 39 Indies present, and
the reception proved a decided success. Our young society reporter
is quite enthusiastic o«er the many
lovely things she saw at Mrs. Mc-
Intyre's new borne; in fact, she was
so busy examining them that she forgot to describe the lovely gowns
worn by the ladies, thus rendering
this write-up absolutely worthless.
Tbis mistake will not occur again,
as sbe has been severely reprimanded.
Opportunity is no housebreaker. If
a man doesn't hear it knock, he need
not expect it to climb in at the porch
Wise People
Buy* their
From us, because the quality of our goods is such
that friction between the cook and the better half of
the household is entirely eliminated. Our prices, too,
are so reasonable that the head of the family pays his
monthly grocery bill at our store with a satisfied
smile.    Try us and be convinced.
Phone No. 305
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
First Street       Grand Forks, B. C.
We have the most modern jobbing plant
in the Boundary Country, employ competent workmen, and carry a complete
line of Stationery.
Billheads and Statements,
letterheads and Envelopes,
Posters, Dates and Dodgers,
Business and Visiting Cards,
Lodge Constitutions nnd liy laws,
Shipping Tags, Circulars and Placards,
Bills of Fare and Menu Cards,
Announcements and Counter Pads,
Wedding Stationery,
And everything turned out in un
Up-to-date Printery.
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship are of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
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Job Department
Married men, according to a war
authority over in England, are braver
in battle than bachelors. Sure! They
know more about fighting.
The pawn shops are now offering
Carnegie hero medals for sales. This
is the natural result of a rich man becoming too meddlesome.
'■ Opposite C.P.R. Station
The editor of a local paper in an
adjoining town made his annuail wail
to this effect- "We are going over
our books, and if this paper is being
received by any person dead since Jan
uai-y 1st, they will confer a*, great favor by notifying us at once."
This is a schoolboy's composition:
Winter is the coldest season in the
year, because it comes mostly in the
winter. In some countries winter
comes in the summer; then it isn't so
worse. I wish winter came in the
summer here, then we could go skating barefooted and make snowballs
without getting our fingers froze.
When it snows in summer they call it
Seleet Your Medicine With Care
In debility and weakness medicine
should be mild and far reaching,
Manny pills and pnrgatives are too
harsh, are drastic instead of curative.
Excessive action is always followed
by depression, and knowing this, Dr.
Hamilton devised his pills of Mandrake and Bufternut so as to mildly
increase liver and kidney activity,
Hush out the elementary canal, tone
and regulate the bowels. Thus do Dr.
Hamilton's Pills eliminate poisons
from the body, restore clearness to the
skin, bring strength and that sweet
restorer of health—sleep. Best medicine on earth, 25c per box at all
Wood For Shin—Dry Pine and
Fir. Any length. Max Kuntz,
Phone 12.
The palm
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
of its kind in the city.
If an industrial establishment is not
kept up to date it rapidly degenerates
into a "junk shop." To guard against
this, The Sun job office is constantly
being augmented with the latest fashions in type and other material.
Hot and Cold Hatha. MppI.v Furnlahed
Stove-Heated Rooinn. Entirely re*
furnished and renovated throughout.
First-class board by dny, week or
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Finest liar In City Ik Connection.
Receive both Ladles and Gentlemen a* resident or day students; has a complete Commercial or Business Course; prepare* etu-
dentstu train    Teachers'  Certificates of all
?-rades; fflves the four years' course forthe
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First-Clans Accommodations for
Transients. Smeltermen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
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Market Affords.
Hot and Cold Baths
The Finest Brand* of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always  in  Stxick  at the Bar.
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
Finest Rooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
Palace Barber Shop
Hazor Honing a Specialty,
P.  A. Z. P.ARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hctel,
Bridge Street, Grand Forks, H. C.
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tent free, uldeit airen--v for (■••curing palenu.
Patente taken thrnu.'h Munn * Co. receive
Special notice, without cliitrtre, lu the
Scientific American.
A handinmely llliiatrnto-i weekly. Lanreet circulation nf any i* Hun title j* ■nrii-d. Termi, $3 a
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scheme  of such   magnitude  as the
building of this canal.
The report of the Georgian Bay
canal commissioners will be presented
to the house next session. It will contain full detailed particulars as to the
completed cost of the entire waterway
—460 miles in length. Nearly $600,-
000 have been expended in securing
for the first time full and accurate
data with respect tn the cost of the
great project.
The total cost of the canal, it is estimated, will reach S 105,000,000.
The report will deal not only with the
estimated cost, but will explain the
engineering problems to be encountered in the construction. The figures cover a route from the
Georgian bay to Montreal, via the
French river, Lake Nipissing and the
Ottawa river.
The report will show that the plan
is quite feasible, the only point to bo
decided is as to whether the expected
result will justify such an expenditure
of public money. It is expected that
the canal will have a continuous depth
of 21 feet during the period of navigation. Sir Wilfrid Laurier while in
England recently expressed himself as
in favor of the construction of this
The government has taken steps to
test the feasibility of a railway from
Saskatchewan to Fort Churchill on
Hudson bay. An exploration has been
made of the entire route, and information secured showing that sugh a railway would not be a very expensive
undertaking, and that at small cost
the harbor of Churchill can be kept
open all the year. The government
has already expressed the opinion that
such a railway would relieve the congested condition of traffic inthe Noi th-
west, and has also favorably received
the suggestion of Notthwest members
to assist such an undertaking.
Since his futile attempt to explain
away his taking of commissions and
participating in the profits from trust
funds, Mr. Foster has been very quiet.
After the house listened to his special
pleading for hours and Mr. Aylesworth had effectually disposed of the
specious defense offered, this heretofore verbose politician took little
part in the debates of the house. With
his natural astuteness Mr. Foster was
an adept at presenting the worst side
of a case in a manner that might be
regarded as logical if one were not acquainted with the facts. But this cannot be done now the insurance disclosures have occurred,
Whatever right Mr. Foster may
have had to criticise what he may regard as wrong acts of the government
he has forfeited by his handling (to
his own advantage and that of his
party friends) of the trust funds of
the Independent Order of Foresters.
His silence since the memorable occasion of Hon. Mr. Aylesworth's speech
is more eloquent than words.
It will be remembered that previous
to the close of the session of 1 !)05 M r.
Foster announced his intention of delivering a stinging criticism of the
government extravagance—in fact, he
gave notice that ho intciitcd to address himself to the question of excessive public expenditures. What happened! The government passed the
pension bill, giving to ex-cabinet ministers a sum of 83500 per annum,
What did Mr. Foster do? Did he
say, I cannot accept this monoy; I wa»
paid a good - salary while minister of
tho crown, and I am able to earn a
guild salary in addition to my indemnity of $2500 as member of parliament!
No. He did none of these things;
neither did he say the public onpendi-
tures should not be increased to this
extent. What he did do was to accept the money, and drop hia contemplated protest against excessive public
expenditures. Mr. Foster is only running smoothly. Bye-elections have
human   and  he took the money and failed to indicate   tiiat   public   i-onfl-
the announced criticism failed to materialize.
Hon. Mr. Paterson, minister of customs, delivered one of his old-time
whirlwind speeches in Toronto last
week. This grizzled platform war-
horse of the Liberal party so bombarded the Conservatives} with "prosperity figures" that no man was found
with the courage to toe the mark and
say a word in reply. There is every
reason to believe that at the next general election the Liberals will have a
fair representation from the city of
The minister of the interior lias
gone West in the interests of the great
depirtment he represents. Since Mr.
Oliver assumed office the affairs of the
interior department have proceeded
smoothly, and no scandal has attached
to the minister or any member of his
staff. Everything is conducted
fair business-like basis. Immigration
has increased to a marvellous extent,
and to meet the demands of the home
seekers, Mr. Oliver has arranged for
the survey of 10,000,000 acres of
agricultural land in the Northwest to
meet the growing necessities of the
Hon. Mr. Lemieux, minister of labor, has notified the longshoremen at
Montreal that they must return to
work pending an investigation of their
differences with the shipping men.
The conciliation bill was intended to
meet just such cases as this. Pending
investigation men cannot bedischarged
or locked out, and neither can they, by
concerted action leave their work.
With this record of fair dealing in
cases of this kind, there is no reason to
believe but that the present difficulty
in Montreal will be amicably settled.
There is a settlement on Fort Vermillion on the Peace river, 700 miles
north of Edmonton. This is the most
northerly point in Canada at which
agriculture is pursued us a regular occupation. This fort is the distributing point for an area 600 miles in
length by 200 in width. The region
is very fertile, harvests of wheat, oats,
and other cereals are constant and
good. They are said to equal in quality and quantity the harvests per acre
of Manitoba or Saskatchewan.
The warm currents from the Pacific
cross the mountain and find their way
down the mountain passes and maintain a fairly even temperature. The
district is said to be rich in mineral,
but so far fhe pursuits have been agricultural.
That this territory has been opened
up and made available to the settler is
the direct result of government investigation and advertising. A few years
ago the Peace river was regarded as a
"terror incognito," but with accurate
information came a better understanding of climatic conditions, with the result that this magnificent area has
been added to the many assets Canada
yet possesses in what was ignorantly
described for many years as "the great
lone land."
A few months ago one heard many
statements supposed to be based upon
good authority, that the Conservatives
were jubilant at the prospect of an
early general election. Such things unheard no more. An election today
would find few of the present occupants ofthe t'liiisermiive benches returned to parliament, There is very
little said no* in the direction of expressing this hope. The Conservatives
know that an appeal to the country
would be a decisive verdict favorable
to the Liberal party, and they are uot
anxious for a trial of strength.
The time to change a govei nment is
when it has misconducted itself,proved
false to preelection pledges, and incapable of administering the affairs of
the country to the advantage of the
citizens. Such charges cannot be mode
against the Liberal government. A
man is known by his works, so is a
government. A long period of commercial prosperity proyes that the political   machinery   of   the country is
dence has been withdrawn; in fact, the
constituency of Nortn Bruce, formerly
Conservative, returned a Liberal a few
months   ago  at a bye-election,
Three Rivers, when Hon. Jacques Bu
\   -
The following table gives the ore shipments of  Boundary mines
At for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
reau was appointed solicitor-general, Snowshoe,   Phoenix	
he   was returned by acclamation, al- Mother Lode, Deadwood	
though this was the former stronghold B. C. Mine, Snnimit	
of Sir Hector Langevin, a   Conserva- £mma> Summit..........	
■»■■>' Oro Denoro, Summit Camp,
tive minister. 'Bonnie Belle, Deadwood.
No reason for a change of govern- Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix         140,685
Mountain Rose, Summit..
Senator, SummitCamp...
Morrison, Deadwood.
ment can be advanced.  The Conserva-j Idaho, Phoenix
tives  are   not united, they have no Rawhide, Phoenix
polioy, and the people   have   not yet ^^.P*^!^,
forgotten the days of the Pacific  scandal, and other scandals of less  magnitude   but   quite  as venal.    With an Sulphur King,Summit...,
honest administration  looking   care- Winnipeg, Wellington	
fully after the welfare of  the people ^°P-^t^C0PPe'
at large, the country is   well satified, gn**v 'West Fork..'.'."..'.'. .
and it will be many years before the Rambler West Fork	
great Reform party, which rescued tho Butcher Boy, West Fork,
country  from the grafters and hood- Providence, Greenwood...
lers, will be called upon to relinquish : £lkh»m* G-™«*-	
'       .   „ ' *        Strathmore, Providence
control of office. ' -
7907   Past Week         1
- 26,570                          |
76,138       6,350
1,370                          .
3,965                          V
82                           /
....                           \
24,033                            !
20,149                           \
■   7,758
1,212                          \
Struck by Lightning
Neatly describes the celerity of Putnam's Corn Extractor Boots corns
out in short order. Causes no pain,
leaves no scar, and g*ves perfect satisfaction. Remember there is only one
"best"—that's Putnam's—fifty years
in use.
Joe Ball was before Judge Cochrane on Monday last, charged with
selling beer to minors. He was found
guilty and fined 150 and costs.
Preston, Skylark. ._^^^^
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp....
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp.,
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
. 30
Be a Strong Nan
Increase your vitality and nerve
energy, restore vim and force to your
iverworked body. Ferrozone will do
this, as it  did  for  Walter Wood, of
Beauport, N.B., who writes: "I can
say Ferrozone has given me a new
lease of life. A year ago I suffered so
from nervous exhaustion I was scarcely able to drag myself around. My
appetite was gone, I had no color or
ambition and felt used up One box
of Ferrozone started me back to
health. I took a number of boxes and
my health was completely restored."
For men who are tired, pale, nervous
and thin-blooded nothing compares
with Ferrozone. 50c pe** box at all
Total, tons  1,158,991
Smelter Treatment—
■ii'imby Smelter  828,879
B. 0. Copper Co.'s Smelter  121,031
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter  218,811
NOTICE Is hereby given lhat 30 day, after
date I intend to apply tu the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for aspeeial license to out and carry away
timber from the following described lands
in the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
district: Commencing at a post marked
"Robert Gaw'scorner post," planted at the
confluence of MoFarlane and Phlilippla
craeks* thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thenoe east
nu cbuius to point of commencement,
listed May S, 1007.
ROBERT G\W, Locator.
Total treated     1,168,121
Paid    Total to    Latest      Par
1906.       Date. '   Date.   Share
Authorized ,—shakb,—,
Nams op Company. Capital.   Issued. Par.                      	
Granby Consolidated-Copper.   $1S,000,000     183,000 (100 (1,620,000 (2,158,6110 Mar. 1907 (1.00
Cariboo McKluney-Uold     1JM.000   1,250,000     (I           546,897 Feb. 1904     .04
Providence-Silver       200,000      11,000     (I 16,000        88,224 Sept. 1906     .00
NOTICK ]g hereby given that 60 days after
'" date I intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Coinmissioner of Lauds and Works
for ii'-rinisslon to purchase the following described lands In the Similkameen Land Division of British Columbia: Commencing: at a
pemt marked "Theodore M. Kiiappen's North
Bast Corner," tald post being on tho west
boundary of L. 51-.*. and about 20 chains
south of the N. W. corner of said Lot: thence
west 20 chains: thence south 80 chains; thence
east 40 ohains; thence uorth 20 chains; thenoe
west 20 chain*.; thenoe north 60 ohains to
place of beginning, containing 200 aores,
more or less.
Per K. L, BuRNlT, Agent,
Dated this 4th day of April, 1907.
NOTICE li hereby given that 30 days after
date!intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a special license to out and carry away
timber from the following described lauds
In the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
District: Commencing at a post marked
"Robert Gaw'scorner post," planted at the
southeast corner of Robert Paw's timber
claim No. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,thence
east Sit chains to point of commencement
Dated May 6,1007.
ROBERT GAW, Looator.
C. P. HARRIGAN, Agent.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 60 days after
11 date I Intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
for permission to purchase the following described lands In the Similkameen Land Division of British Columbia; Commencing at a
post marked H. D. Pringle's north-west corner, which post has been planted at the
south-west corner of McLaren's pre-emption;
thence sou tli HO chains; thence east 40 ohains;
thence north 80 chains: thenoe west 40 chains
to point of commencement.
Dated April 10th, 1907.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
(NOTICE Is hereby given that 60 days after
'" date I intend to applv to tho Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purahase the following described lauds In the Similkameen land Division of British Columbia: Commencing at i
pos t marked H. B. Cannon's north-west cor
ner.which post bus been planted at the northeast corner of P. M. Lilt ley's pre-empt ion;
thence south 80chains; thence east 80 chains:
thence uorth 80 chains; thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement.
Dated April 18th, 1907,
NOTICE Is heieby given that 30 days after
date I intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for u special license to cut and carry Hwuy
timber   from  the following described lands
(NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days after
•' date I intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works
for permission to purchase the followingde<
      per it-Is*. ... r  - -  --- r	
in tiie-.niii-l i'orlis.Minim- Divl-dou  of  Vale scribed hinds in the Similkameen Land Dlvl
District:   Commencing at u post marked "C. sion of Hriti-h Columbia:   Commencing at a
P. llurrlguii's corner point.'   pluiied  tit the i»i-t marked L. A, Manly's south-west  cor-
northeast   corner   <>f   Robert   GiltV'l timber ner. which  post has been planted  about 20
claim No. 1; thence north  Hi  chains, thence cbnlns west of P.W, Iteld's north-west corner:
west 80 chuins. thence soiirb ,s , euMtiSi thence thence eust 80 chains: thence north 40 chains:
east SO Chflilis to point of commence - ant. thence west 80 chains; thence south 40 chains
Dated Mii> 0. IM.
i point of commencement.
Dated April 20th, 1007.
NOTICE is hereby given tlmt 80 duy* after
dute 1 iiit<'--d in apply to   'be   Hetioiiruble
the Chief Commission"!- of I-adds uud Work,
for a spi.i'btl license to cut  ami carry way
timber Irom tiie  full"', tou dexcribed lauds
iu the Grand    .»rks .uinir.j- Uividou of   Yule I MwlK^'Uftn^ii'f
District: • utumenolug lit a |n»1 marked *'C.! ■*^WJ--WM<
P. liarrlgaii's corner post,'  ,united at th'
northwest i-orum*   uf Kuie-n
cluim No.   1    liie.n-i- un* tli 6
west Ho chains, thenceSouth H-Jcuuiu.
eu*-t **•■■ chut us to Point uf commencement
Duied Muy ti, 1VU7,
NOTICK is hereby given thnt 60 days after
dute I Intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for per'minsinu to purchase the following de-
 the Similkameen Land Dlvl-
_     nlumhiu:   Commencing nt a
i'..,-..•   ti.. i       postmarked William Waterston's south-east
■   i  " !V corner, which post has been  planted at the
-iiuiiis, tneuce   llorth-east corner of the "Jumbo" mineral
ence  claim: thence west80chalus; thence north 40
chains; thence eust 80 chains; thence south 40
chains to point of commencement.
NOTICE U hereby given that 60 days after
date I Intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Cf mimUsiouer of Lands uud Works
tor permission tu purchuse the following de-
icribed binds In the Similkameen Land Division of Britlih Columbia: Cummeiioluv at a
post marked ''John Hansel's N. W, Corner,"
uud being about thirty miles north of Uruud
Porks aud near the North East oorner of Lot
814s on the North Fork of Kettle River;
thence east80 chains; thenoe south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains
to place, of commencement, containing 640
acres, more of loss.
John Washinuton Ha nml,
Per h. L. BriiNKT, Agent.
Dated this 4th day of April, 10u7.
Dated April 24tb, 1907.
Stook Certificates printed at The
Sun job office.
Railway Belt of British Columbia maybe
homesteaded by any person who is the head
of a family, or any male over eighteen years
of age, to the extent of one-quarter section
of 160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land offloe for the district In whioh the laud
li situate.
The homesteader li required to perform
the conditions connected therewith under
one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land in eaoh year for three
(2) If tbe father (or mother, If the father Is
deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
farm In the vicinity of the laud entered for,
the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by suoh person residing with the father
or mother.
(8) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in
the vlolnlty of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by
residence upon the said laud.
Six months' notioe in writing should be
glvbn the Commissioner of Dominion Lands
at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands mav be purchased atflO per aore
for toft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not
more than 820 aores can be acquired by one
individual or company. Koyaity at the rate
of ten oents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.R.-Unauthorised publication of this
advertisement will uot be paid for.
UOTICB Is hereby given that 80 days after
■™ date I Intend to apply to the Honourable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described
lands in the Grand Porks .Mining Division of
Yale District: Commencing ul a post
marked "M. D. White's corner post," planted
about ten ehulus north of the uortheust corner of Pre-emption No, HJ28, on Deer creek;
thenoe running south (SO uhuius; thenoe 80
chains east; thence Hi) chains nortli; thenee
west HO eh ul nn to point of commencement.
May 8,1007.
Application tor Transfer of Liquor
LIOT1CK la hereby given that we Intend to
■' apply, at the next meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners of the Corporation
of the City of Grand Porks, U.C, for the
transfer of the license to icll liquors at retail
on the premises known ns the Queen's hotel,*
iu block four (4), ou Government avenue,
Grand Porks, B.C., heretofore held by us, to
P.D. McDonald.
Dated at Grand forks, ». C., this 20th day
of April, 1907.
The Purest and Best In tbe City.
On Draught Exclusively* at


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