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Sixth Year-No. 25
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, January 28. 1907
Semi Weekly-$l.C0 Per Year in Advance
Leader Macdonald and Local
Candidate Address Large
Audience
Liberal Party Will Not Consider a Grant for the .Grand
Trunk Pacific
The Liberal rail*; in the opera house
lout Friday night was the bent attended during the present campaign, the
house being crowded to its fullest
capacity. P. T. McCalluin acted as
chairman.
The first speaker of the evening was
H. W. Gregory, the Liberal-Labor
candidate for this riding. He favored
a progressive immigration policy. . jt
would have been infinitely bettni to
have reserved the 800,000 acres given
the C. P. K. for actual settlers. He
proved that he had a perfect right to
run as a Liberal-Labor candidate.
The broken pledges of McBride to the
southeast Kootenay coal locators he
characterized as the most disgraceful
act of the government. He read the
resolution passed by the executive of
the Conservative association on this
subject, and also Mr. McBride's preelection pledges. Suoh treachery
should not be allowed to go unpunished. He asked the support of the
electors as a Liberal-Labor candidate.
Any legislation brought up in the
house in favor of labor would receive
his hearty support, and any measure
detrimental to the interest of the laboring men would be opposed by him.
(Applause).
E. Miller, the Conservative candi-
• date, followed. Contrary to reports,
he said, he intended to reside in Grand
Forks. He believed the'government
had been honest in their convictions
in dealing with the southeast Koote
nay coal lands, although he did not
agree with them on this point. He
belittled the efforts of the Grand
Forks locators in their endeavors to
secure justice. Like all Conservative
and Socialist speakers, he appeared to
lie very much worried over the title
of the Liberal-Labor candidate. He
also spoke briefly on the eigh-hour
question, promising to support it if
elecited. On the Midway k Vernon
fiasco he did not agree with the government. There might be a great
blame attached to the admisistration
for ruining this enterprise. Later in
the evening he made a public apology
I'i F. J. Deane for having made u
false statement concerning that gentlemen at Phoenix the previous evening.
Mr. Hiilsev, Socialist, of Phoenix,
amused the audience for a few minutes with his merry-andrew actions
and by jumping around the stage like
a rooster with his head cut off From
what could be pierced from his disconnected sentences, he favored the tC. k
W. steal and the entrance of labor
unions into politics. He also indulged in u tirade against The Suu for
opposing foreign agitators coming
here and telling the electors Imw to
vote.
F.J. Deane said that the manly way
in which Mr. Gi'egory hnd faced the
audience had greatly impressed him.
It wus the first time he had heard a
Socialist  speaker attempt to defend'or whether the 0. P. R. wa» to govern
Hawthornthwaite. The inference to
be deduced was that the Socialist
members tn the house had voted conscientiously to exempt the C. P. R.
lands from taxation and to give away
800,000 acres of land. The C. k W.
contract with the government had
not been carried out, therefore the
company was not entitled tn the land
Had the exempted railway lands lieen
taxed, the government could have
raised enough revenue without overtaxing the poor man. The Midway
and Vernon enterprise and lieen ruined
because of Finance Minister Tatlnw's
meddling interference. If he had not
interfered the road would have been
built, and the workmen and merchants
who furnished supplies would, have
been paid. He had never known'a
worse case of treachery than that
handed the Grand Porks eoal locators
by the McBride government, and Can
didute Miller was tr ing to hand them
another gold brick. There was no
connection between the Liberal party
and the Grand Trunk Pacific. On
the other hand, the McBride government hod mode every effort lo cultivate tho friendship of this company.
The government had sold the finest
harbor on the Pacific coast for $10,-
000. In conclusion Mr. Deane urged
the electors* to vote for Gregory ond
an honest government.
Mr. J. A. McDonald's appearance
Was greeted with a round of applause.
The Liberals appealed for the support
of ihe electors because they would
give British Columbia a good government. Mr. McDonald wanted to
know to what party Mr. Miller belonged. He had disagreed with Mc*
Bride on every subject he had taken
up. He was surely not a Conservative. He was an apologist for what
the government had done in the past,
and would be an ardent snpporter of
it in the future. He was just the
kind of a man to do whatever McBride
wanted him to do ' Mr. Halsey also
disagreed with his leader. Mr. Halsey had said that Hawthornthwaite
had voted for the C. k W. land grant
because he did not believe in repudiation. If Mr. McDonald understood
Socialism aright, the first principle of
its doctrine was repudiation. However, he had never heard two Socialists explain their doctrine alike. The
speaker then explained the C. k. W
land grant. The member for Grand
Forks had voted for the grant. Mr.
Miller would have done the same hod
he been in the house. The two were
always together, and their ideas generally coincided. The government had
raised its revenue by' increasing the
taxation 4(1 per cent on land and 100
per cent on personul property. Hod
the government, collected the taxes on
the railway lauds it would not have
been necessary to inererse the taxes
on the poor man's property one cent.
The abortive School Act had saddled
un additional taxation of another
8100,000 on the people. The eoal locations appeared to lie a burning question in this city. McBride had not
done justice to the coal men. If the
Liberals were successful they wonld
see that justice was done by allowing
them a petition of rights. The government had done nothing to assist in
opening up the undeveloped sections
of the province, and the only railway
policy that McBride had was to assist
the Canadian Pacific railway, which
was a great menace to the liberties of
the people of the province. The people would have to decide whether the
province was to govern the C. P. R.,
the province. The people had waited
for three weeks or more to learn whether the report circulated as to the
cause of Green's resignation was true
or not. If true, the people must rise,
and will rise, on February 2nd against
the government. He had that day
received a telegram from McBride
laying that the 8*"i7,O00 worth of coal
■itock hail lieen given Green as an act
of friendship. He was of the opinion
that that transaction wus the cause of
Green's resignation. But why had
Wilson resigned? It had always lieen
customary to give the people some
reason for the act when a cabinet
minister resigned. A year had elapsed and the people did not know
yet. They had a right to know before
they sent McBride back to power,
Mr. Macdonald then took up the
Kaien island deal. McBride had said
it was a good and legitimate bargain
McBride hod said he dealt directly
with the Grand Trunk Pacific, yet six
weeks after he claims to have sold the
lands to the railway company Bowell
and Anderson were in Montreal bargaining with the company. McBride
said it was a good deal, yet before the
end of the present year one lot in
Prince Rupert will bring more than
he got for 10,000 acres. An Indian
chief in near Prince Rupert had sold
some of his land to the Grand Tiunk
Pacific for 87 per acre. It would
have been a good thing for the province if that Indian chief had been
commissioner of lands and works instead of Green. Mr. Macdonald stated that at the last session it had been
agreed that the question of better
terms should lie raised above party
politics, and that he himself had pre*
pared the petition that McBride had
taken to Ottawa. Yet McBride had
never given him any credit for this.
On this question the premier had simply ruled himself out of court by his
eagerness to secure an election issue
while at the convention.
Mr. Halsey asked how Mr. Macdonald stood on railway bonuses. M
Macdonald replied that the Grand
Trunk Pacific had already received
sufficient aid from the government,
and that he was opposed to giving
bonuses to the big trunk lines; In the
cases of small independent pioneer
roads, however, instances might arise
where it would be odvicublo to aid
them. To illnstrate this, he cited the
Kettle Valley line and the Midwey k
Vernon.
In conclusion, Mr. Macdonald urged
the electors to vote for the Liberal-
Labor candidade. The Liberal party
had always been willing to co-operate
with the workingmen; in fact, the
bulk of the party was composed of
Workingmen. Socialism was a fad,
and would die out as all fads had.
After Mr. Macdonald had finished
speaking three cheers and a tiger were
given for the leader of the party and
Liberal-Labor candidate. The Grand
Forks band was present, and rendered
some good selections before and after
the s[leaking.
The Mud Throwers
The Rosslnnd Minor, in the face of
denials from scores of those present
at the meeting and from Mr. Mclnnes
himself, says that W. W. B. Mclnnes,
when speaking in llosslaiul, stated
that the Liberal party did not want
the support of the labor vote. Is the
Miller a fooll Or does it think everybody else is!. A leader of the Liberal
party, the bulk of which is formed of
workingmen, is hardly likely to make
such  an  idiotic  assertion,   especially
when his own party chief, in his pub
lished manifesto, lays dows as one of
bis chief planks: No alliance with re
y jlutinnists who would destroy our
system of government and haul duwn
our Hag; but, on the contrary, co operate with that great body of labor
which would reform abuses in a con
stitutional way." What Mr. Mclnnes
did say, in - substance, was that the
Libeluls would not attempt to gain or
hold otlice save by the votes of those
elected to support them, bo they
straight Liberal or Labor-Liberal
Such a statement is a manly one. It
is not at all strange that it is especial
ly galling to the apologist of a govern
ment that holds office only by an alliance with revolutionary Socialists who
were not elected to support it.—Nel
son News.
CITY NEWS
Preparations are going on for the
grand mask ball to be given by Gland
Forks Aerie No. 237, Fraternal Order
of Eagles, on the evening of St. Val
entine's day.February 14, in the opera
house. Seven prizes for costumes and
dances will be given, as follows: First
and second prize for lady's best cos
tume; one prize for gentleman's best
costume; one prize For best sustained
character) one prize for most original
costume; one prize for best lady wait
zer; one prize for best gentleman
waltzer. The Walgamott orchestra
has been secured for the occasion,
which is a guarantee of excellent music. Tickets are 81.S0, and will be
on sale in a few days. No efforts are
being spared by the different committees to make the affair a brilliant one,
and that they will succeed is easily
predicted.
VV. T. Mills, a socialist from the
state of Washington, delivered a cam
paign speech in the opera, house last
night to a good audience. Chas,
Bunting presided. The speaker, a),
though the best that has spoken for
that cause since the campaign opened,
failed to throw much light on how the
inillenium was to be ushered in. At
the conclusion of his speech he combined pleasure with business by soliciting subscriptions for a socialistic
paper which he is about to establish
south of the international boundary
line.
The skating rink is now a close
second to the political pool as the
lending excitement in this riding.
Thanks to the weather the ice is in
an excellent condition, nnd nil lovers
of the icy glide two step ore enjoy
ing themselves hugely euch evening,
Last night the bund boys helped to
enliven the occasion.
The Grnnd ICorks Rifle association
wns reorganized last Friday night
with a good membership. The foi
lowing ollicers were elected: Captain,
I. \. Dinsmore; secretnry, S. T. Hall;
treasurer, Percy Clurk; executive
committee, K. Spraggeijjj nnd Fred
Ri id.    '
The dance at the opera bouse last
Thursday night by the Walgamott
orchestra was a very pleasant afl'air,
and ull who attended are complimenting the orchestra on the merits of the
music rendered.
John Mcintosh, formerly owner of
the Pacilic hotel, arrived in the city
yesterday from Seattle, and will visit
friends here for a few weeks.
Liberal Party Has Always Ad-
vocated the Cause of the
Workingman
Department of Labor and Immigration to Be. Formed*
If Party Is Successful
Joe   Waugh   returned   last  night
from a business trip to Spokane.
The Liberal party has always stood
for the cause of labor. Throughout
the history of the party this has beet,
true, and the provincial Liberal organization, led by J. A. Macdonald, is
but true to the traditions of the great
party of reform and Liberalism in its
assurances that a department of labor
and immigration will be created when
the party assumes power. In view of
this, it is hut natural thnt the labor
interests of the province have, with
very few: exceptions, seen fit to endorse the candidature of the Liberal
nominees.
In the city of Victoria, however, a
section of the labor interests have
seen fit to nominate candidates—Dr.
E. A. Hall and A. Johnsun That a
large part of the workingmen do not
approve of this course and would prefer to join with the Liberals, as wa
done in the cose of Esquimalt, is well
known, and an idea prevailed right up
to the hour of nomination that something would be done to give the umli
vided vote to the labor interests to
the Liberal party.
In view of this it did not come as
any great surprise to the executive of
the Liberal party in Victoria when
one, who claimed to be clothed with
authority to act, waited upon the
members and announced that Dr.
Hall would be open to discuss the
question of a union of forces. The
members of the executive believed the
messenger was acting for the Liberal
interests represented. The Liberal
executive, ready to act in the best interests of the party, and still further
strengthen a winning cause, finally
decided to accede to what was represented to them as a readiness to discuss the question of union.
Dr. Hall was communicated with
at the instance of the gentleman who
was supposed to bo acting for him.and
it was arranged to meet Dr. Hall to
discuss the question.
Nothing resulted from the meeting,
however, and Dr. Hall and Mr. Johnson remained in the field. The Liberal executive made no move in tho
matter, and never attempted to make
overtures to the Labor party in tho
city. Ready to tako support even
from Conservatives, the Liberal executive easily conceived that the lalior
interests represented by Dr. Hall and
Mr. Johnson might be ready to join
forces with the old party of reform.
When what appeared as a bona fide
proposition for a union was made to
them they weie prepared to act. The
initiative move was not on the pnrt of
the Liberals, however, and they cannot be said to have attempted in any
but an open way to win tho labor interests to their side. Resting on the
record which tho Liberal party has
for fair dealing towards the labor interests in tho community, there is
every assurance that at the approaching election the four members who sat
in the last parliament will again lie
retuaned for Victoria. CORSIOirCO BYTIIC WNDtSCQISm
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TUSEDA1, JANUARY 28, 1907
The editor of the Gazette is
losing whole nights of sleep over the
loss sustained by the Liberal candidate having the word "labor" connected with his candidacy. He
fears it will give the Liberal party n
terrible '"blow." He eiles the ease
4 if Mr. Ralph Smith, who prootiuull\
killed himself by similar conduci
und wily recovered after he dropped
that abominable name "labor.'
Thanto, Mr Editor.—McBride's
slave,—thank** fur your good wholesome adviue, eiw'ir without money
and without price We know thnt
you and your imrly are avowed enemies of the word ''labor," and to
connect it with the Libera) pnrtv
where it belong is In your party like
shaking a red Hug ut n bull. How-
over, we  will take the  mutter  into
careful consideration.
Since our lust issue hull a dozen
Socialist comedians, imported from
foreign lands, have been here, spewed
their vocabulary of slang and non-
sense, and departed without making
an Impression on the electorate. At
the Liberal meeting on Friday night
Mr. Halsey (who is not on the voter's list) drove more people away
from the Socialist ranks with his
ululatory style ot oratory and song
and-dance actions than the rest of
the speakers for that mistaken cause
can hope to regain between now and
election day. On Saturday evening
Mr. Goebcl, of New Jersey, and Candidate Mclnnis, of Phoenix, held
the boards nt the opera house. Tliere
is a groat similarity between Mr.
Goebel   and   a   local   orator.      He
springs a funny story thnt everybody else has read and forgotten between every other sentence. He also imagines he is u mimic—hut he
isn't.
The best story of the campaign
comes from Kamloops. Martin Hur-
rell's logic drove W. W. B. Mclnnes
from the platform. Mr. Burrell
must have sat up all the previous
night memorizing funny stories. It
would also have sounded better if
this report had been printed in some
other paper besides the Grand Forks
Gazette.
It is diffiriult to understand how
the band of malcontents, foreign and
domestic, can have the effrontery to
get up on the public platform and
tell the people that the old ■ arties
are run by the railways, aild that
the socialist party is the poor man s
refuge. Did not Hawthornthwiiile
and his followers in the lust legislature vote to give the C.**P. R. 800,0. 0
acres of public lauds which the** hud
not earned? Is not the public domain the poor man's heritage? Ii
should not require a tack hammer
to drive these facts home to the
socialists.
To the East Kootenay coal locators: How do like the coal licenses
which McBride didn't give you?
Vote the Conservative ticket and get
another gold brick.
The Conservative candidate explained the C. & W. land grab to
his own satisfaction at the socialist
meeting Saturday night. He forgot
one important point, however. The
contract was never completed, nnd
therefore the road was not entitled
to the subsidy. If the city should
enter into a contract with a man to
drain Spokane slough,and he stopped
work after digging a ditch half-way
to the river, could he collect pay
for the section he had completed?
Tbat is tbe C. k W. land grant case
in
The people of the city are becoming weary of the foreign calamity
howlers on the hand and the govern
ment grafters on the other, and thc
better element of the electorate is
Hocking to Mr. Gregory's standard.
Gratifying reports are also being received from Phoenix, and his election by a good majority is assured.
Two socialists in this riding found
Sunday camgaigning very expensive
work. '
"The socialists are gaining strength
nil over the world " They lost twelve
members in Ihe elections in Germany last week
The bund of agitators, foreign and
loniestie, eiilwly 'ell you lhat the
socialistic revolutionary party is the
the only     thai can elevate the
condition of i'u* workingman. To
them a Innle.- unionist who cannot
Bwqllow their chimerical doctrine is
a traitor to the cause of labor. Whni
has socialism ever done, with I be
exception of breeding discontent, fnr
the wnrkinginiin? Nothing. On the
other hand, trades unionism has
wrested from capital and greed many
important victories. On the 1st day
of January, 1906, the Interiialinnnl
Typographical union, the strongest
labor organization in the world,
whose jurisdiction extends over Ihe
entire Dominion of Camdn, the
United States, the Philippines, Hawaii, Cuba, Porto Rico and Mexico,
enforced the eight-hour day in eveiy
city and town in which it has a local organization. This was done
without legislative aid from state,
province or federal government, and
without financial assistance from
outside sources. The typographical
union is great because it allows its
members to exercise their political
convictions to the fullest extent. It
even goes farther than this. It
strictly forbids any local union from
endorsing any candidate. A labor
organization might as well try to
take away a man's religious conviction as his political liberty. While
the oraganization we have cited for
bids any locaf union frotn dragging
the name of the organization into
politics, it encourages its members as
individuals to . support tandidates
friendly to the cause ot labor. In
the present struggle in this province
the laboring man's interests will hest
be served by supporting tho Liberal
cause, because the bulk of that party
is made up of workingmen. In this
riding every laborer, excepting those
who are chasing the socialistic rainbow, will vote for the Liberal-Labor
candidate next Saturday.
Does Your Heart Hotter?
You know heart fluttering means
you are not as well as you should be.
It's an evidence of impaired nerve
and muscular power. To obtain cure,
try Ferrozone; it has a special action
on the heart ns seen ill the "ease of
Thos. G rover of Cole Harbor, N S.,
ivho says: "if 1 exerted myself it
would bring palpitation. To carry
anyjheavy weight or go"J"quickly upstairs completely knocked me out.
When bad attacks came on I lived in
fear of sudden death. Ferrozone gave
my heart the very assistance it needed, and now I am quite well." For
heart or nerves it's hard to excell
Ferrozone. 50c per box at all dearers.
Impossible to escape being cured if
you apply Putnam's Corn Extractor
to the worst corn on record. Painless, safe and co*4s only a quarter in
any drug store.
Wood For Sble—Dry Pine and
Fir. Any length. Max Kuntz,
I'hone 12.
Doctors Change Their Methods
Years ago they fought catarrh by
internal dosing. They saw this ruined the stomach anch changed to ozon-
ated air, better known as "Catarrhozone." This treatment is sure to cure.
It goes to the source of the disease; it
destroys the causes that maintain catarrh and even in the worst cases permanent cure is guaranteed. Failure
with Catarrhozone is impossible. Antiseptic, healing and far-reaching, it's
bound to cure every time. Endorsed
by more than twenty thousand physicians in America alone and sold in
25c  and $1 sizes by all dealers.
The Lion Bottling Works are selling' Gooderham k Wort's Rye Whiskey the best rye whiskey in Canada,
for $3.00 per,gallon.
Bicycles and Repair Work—A
complete line of 1906 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chapn.k, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
The Lion Bottling Works have cut
-heir price on all case and draught
.vines and liquors.
Stock Certificates printed at The
Sun job oflice.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to the under-
.IlKied, and endorsed "Tender for Post
illtli'i", Keriiio, II I..." "HI be r«i*i'lv.-il ut ihis
.ilflce until Nloiidny, February 18, I*., Iiirtii*
-ivclv, f"r tin* I'diistrui'lidii of a Post Office,
*,..., i.ull.lliiir at FerHlr, H. C.
Plans and iptolfleilfioni can be si*en nnd
forms of lender Obtained al this Ileimrlment
•ml mi nnnll.-itti.il, iii llol.ert 4. Kerr, Esq.,
Cl.-rknf Works, Kerule.B G„
Parsons tendering are tlolifled tbat tenders
will not be conslilered unless made on the
lii'lnlfd form supplied, and signed wilh their
iiotunl signature*.
■tied tender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque on a chartered bank, made
payable to the order of the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works, equal to ten ner
cent (10 p. *•.*) of the amount of the tender,
which Will be forfeited if the narty ten leriiii
decline to enter Into a contract when called
upon to do so, or If he fail to oomplele the
work contracted lor. If the tender lie not
accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender
By Order,
KRED GELINAS,
Seoretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 18, 1807.
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f
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GRAND FORKS, B. C. A Cute Trick
It is exactly as we expected. The
article which appeared in the London
Financial News extolling the virtues
of the McBride government was inspired. Knowing the paper and
knowing the government the first
query that naturally came to mind
was, "How much would such an
article cost if one were to try to have
it inserted at advertising rates?" It
was followed by a further query,
"Who is there in London to undertake
so delecate a commission?" Suddenly
it flashed on us that R. E. Gosnell,
the press agent, who accompanied McBride to Ottawa, had gone on to London and wan in the empire's capital
when the Financial News suddenly
commenced to take an interest in B.
C. politics. Putting two and two together, we found, much to our own
surprise, that they made four. In
other words, we discovered marks of
the light Gosnell touch, so familiar
to B. C. journalists, judiciously imprinted all over the Financial News
article. The discovery we thus made
has been confirmed by the appearance,
in the Vancouver NewH-Advertiser, of
a dispatch from London giving an in
terview with K. E. Gosnell. That* in
terview traversed much the same
ground as did the article in the Financial News' Verily, the by-patha of
provincial politics as followed by Mr.
McBride et al are wonderful ,and devious in the extreme.—Nelson News.
Blue Pills No Longer Used
When the Btomach needs cleansing,
the bowels increased activity, the liver
additional power, don't use mercural
pills, try Dr. Hamilton's. Vegetable
in composition, extremely mild, yet
sure to flush out the impurities and
wastes; no remedy is so well adantnd
for family use. Positively a utiiK for
biliousness and sick headaches', uiifuil
ing in constipation and bowel trouble,
exceptionally good fnr indigestion, no
medicine is so universally needi-d in
every home as Dr. Hamilton's Pills.
Good for the young, the old, the sick
nnd the well ones, the benefits of Dr
Hamilton's Pills are manifold, ejultl
evory whore in 25c boxes.
Liberal Platform
! 4. Surveys of Crown lands available for settlement, and where practicable parcelling them into small
holdings as part of un immigration
policy.
5. Repeal of School Aot and return
of a system uf State education.
6. Revision of the laws of placer
and dredging leases, and a lessening
of the danger of inadvertant forfeiture.
7. No alliance with those revolutionists who would destroy our system
of government and haul down our
flag; but on the contrary, co-operate
with that great body of labor which
would reform abuses in a constitutiun-
al way.
Our policy is defined by our stand
on the measures brought before the
House, plus our aims regarding other
measures which cannot be intnxlucrd
by an opposition but only by the government.    These are:
1. The creation of a department of
1-ibor and iriftiriiiiitiiiii; subjects too
important to be left, as at present,
without shape or provincial guidance
to guard u*. against undesirable immigrants.
2. Full inquiry into water records
and irrigatiun, and while protecting
prior rights, providing for a wider distribution of water available for irrigation purposes,
3. An adequate system of finest
protection.
Gregory's Platform
To the Electors of Grand Forks Riding.
Gentlemen:
zy4.s the unanimous choice of the Liberal-Labor
Convention in Grand Forks riding, I am before you
as a candidate for election to the next Provincial Legislature.
In this connection 1 desire to solicit your votes
and influence in my behalf. {
e^As a Liberal-Labor candidate, I will, from my
independent position, be ready" to support measures
that work for the common good, and all measures
introduced to benefit the true interest ot Labor will
have my undivided support, irrespective of whatever party may introduce such measures.
I am in favor of the following:
1. ■ The creation of a Department of Labor and
Immigration, as suggested by J. A. Macdonald.
2. c_/l railway policy' without granting land or cash
subsidies but with equal privileges to all and special
orivileges to none.
3. To have the Elections Act ammended providing
that no elections shall be called without giving the
electors an opportunity to register in time to secure
their votes.
4. Trunk roads and trails should be built and
maintained at the Government's expense.
5. Exclusion of Asiatic labor.
6. Eight-hour day for all classes of labor,
Yours respectfully,       -,
HERBERT W. GREGORY.
TENTH
ROSSLAND
ANNUAL
Winter* Carnival
.    FIVE DAYS
February 12, 13, 14, 1$ and 16
5 Grand Trophies and 82,000 in  prizes.    Two  bands iu  attendance.
HOCKEY—International and intcr-provincial championships,
SNOWSHOEING—Championship of British Columbia.
TOBOGGANING—A mile a minute down the "Zip."
SKI-ING—Jumping and Racing.   Championship of Canada,
SKATING RACES—For championship of llritish Columbia.
CURLING—A provincial bonspiel,
Horse Racing, Masquerading, Tugs of War and other interesting events.
Reduced rates on all lines.       For further particulars upplv to
.1. S. C. FRASERj Pics. Iv ADAMf?, See.
God Save the King.
Why Chest Colds are Dangerous
They   lead to pleurisy and poeumh
nia.      Follow  the advice of   W. H
Powles, of Powles' Corners, Ont., who
says:    "I used  to be subject  to attacks and although I used most every
thing nothing relieved quickly  till  I
discovered Nerviline.    I have used it
for pleurisy and sore chest and found
it just the thing.    For lumbago or
neuralgia it's quick as lightning.    1
cheerfully    recommend    Nerviline."
Strongest, cleanest, most pain destroying liniment on earth is Poison's Nerviline, 25o bottles sold everywhere.
Wise People
Buy their
GROCERIES
Frnm us, because the quality of our goods is such
tlmt friction between the cook and the better half of
the household is entirely eliminated. Our prices, too,
are sn reasonable that the head of the family pays his
I tbly   grocery   bill  at  our  store "ith a satisfied
►mile.    Try .us nnd be convinced.
J. H. HODSON Ok CO.
Phone No. 3(*e
■ Opposite C.P.R. Station
PROVINCE
HOTEL
bMIL LARSEN, PROPRIETOR
Hot nnd Cold Path--. Nicely Fiirui*.lM-(l
.St'ive*Heated Room-*. Kutirely ru-
fiirntslied and renovated throutjiiout.
Kh-st.clnNfi hoard by dny, wppk or
mouth. Si>e«iiil ratei ho steady board-
em. American and European plans.
Flue-ft Mar iu City in Connection. .
BRIDGE STREET  6RAND FORKS, B. C.
SIGN   OF   THE   BEST
WANTED—Single furnished room
for bachelor; quiet private family in
neighborhood of Henderson hill preferred. Address Box 334, Grand
Forks.
Try This for Your Cough
To relieve a cough or break up a
cold in twenty-four hours, the following simple formula, the ingredients of
which can be obtained of any good
prescription druggist at small cost, is
all that will be required: Virgin Oil of
Pine (Puee), one-half ounce; Glycerine, two ounces; good Whisky, a half
pint. Shake well and take in teaspoonful doses every four hours. The de
sired results cannot be obtained unless the ingredients are pure. It is
therefore better to purchase the ingredients separately and prepare the
mixture yourself. Virgin Oil of Pine
(Pure) should be purchased in the
original half-ounce vials, which druggists buy for dispensing. Each vial is
securely sealed in a round wooden case
which protects the Oil from exposure
to ljgbt. Around the wooden case is
an engaged wrapper with the name—
"Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure)"—plainly
primed thereon. There are many imitations and cheap productions of Pine,
but these only create nausea, and
never affect the desired results.-
You tAre Next
tAt the
Palace Barber Shop
Kazor Honing a Specialty,
&&1
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Vletoriii Mi til.
Bridge Street, Grand Forkii H. <*.
ASSAYING
C.S. BAKER
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER AND ORE
SHIPPERS' A6ENT
Samples Given Prompt Attention.
Correspondence Solicited.
Complete Superintendence of Ore Shipments.
f. 0. BOX 43 PHONE 53
RIVERSIDE AVE., GRAND FORKS, B.C.
•W
THE
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
and the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars, t
Finest fiooms In the City
First and Bridge Strests
J
-   K.Mite of the famous and favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRAINS-3
—BETWBBN-
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,   Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
—ALSO—
V   2-DAILY TRAINS-2
l-BETWEBS -
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
j     PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
and Dining Car Service on all Trains.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made at St Paul
and St. Louis in Union Depots foi all
points East and South-East*
To enable parties wno so deilre to visit
friends andrrelative. In the Ka.,du,j« the
summer season of J""*, the ^UK 4 H*B« rA •
CIFlCwill on JULY Hnd »nd Srd, AUGUST
7th,*8tfl and 0th, and SBPTBMBBA 8«h and
10thV.ll round-trip ticket, from point. In
this territory to Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul,
Minneapolis Or-aha and Kansas C tj at one
lowest flrBt class fare plus Ten Dollar., with
final return limit ninety day. from date of
sale, hut not beyond October 81st, IMS.
Extremely low rates are in effect from
February 15th to April 7th and September
15th to October 81st, 1808, from all point, in
the East to points In this territory. If yon
desire to send for a friend or relative on
these rates we telegraph tlokeU to Eastern
points without extra oost.
The NOTHEBN PACIFIC haw all announced very low round-trip rate, from
points In the East to points In thi. territor J,
and tickets will be on sale from June 1st to
September 15th inclusive, final limit for return October 31st, U08.
For further information addres. any one or
undersigned.
A. D. Charlton,    G.A. Mitchell
HOCKEY PLAYERS
SEE CHAPPLE
AUBNT sJOH
CANADA'S FAMOUS AUTOMOBILE SKATE
The Lightest and
Fastest State Made.
FIRST STREET    OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED  HY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
ItlVERSIDE AVENUE
HEADnUARTERS FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'SCIGARSTORE
A. G. P. A..
Portland, Ore.
W. H. Ude,
Gen. Agt.,
Spokane, Wash.
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
R, C. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
First Street
Grand Forks, B. C.
Geo. Taylor
General Contractor,
Excavator, Etc.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
GEO. TAYLOR,
Grand Forks, B, C.
Pacific Hotel
OFF. C.F.R. STATION
Plrit-'Cldis In .every reipeot.
-;tniiiii* i(hum-, fur oomrtier•
fliil travelers.
Bot mul Gold  Hut lis.
iitr in Uojiiieotion.
Fliip*.t Rrnwlsof Wthfii,
MtlUOri mul (h-ni s
CH,iS. PETERSON, Prop T"E palm
WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
SPOKANE OFFICK :
A FRESH STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
COR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
110   WASHINGTON     ST
WHITE FOB CATALOGUE.
NOTICE
NOTICE ti hereby given that thirty days
after date I Intend making application
tb the Chief Com mint-It) ner of Lauds and
Works for a special license to out and remove timber from the foi low in 14 described
lands: Commencing at this post, located on
the east bank nf Savage creek, a west branch
of the North Fork of Kettle river, at. a point
75 feet southeast of where a landslide or dry
wash enters said creek from the west side,
and where a small jam and pond 1b formed on,
and about three miles from the mouth of
■aid creek; thenee running west 40 chains;
ttieace north <S0ohains, thence east 80 ohains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 40 chains
to place of beginning, containing B40 acres.
Located this 20th day of October, 19116.
' J. F MAJ OK, Looator.
Hotel Valhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Smeltermen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
Table Supplied with the Best the
Market Affords.
The Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars are Always  in Stock at the Bar.
S. NELSON. PROPRIETOR
DRAYING
Heavy and Light Dray Work
Attended to Promptly, Passengers and Trunks to and
from all trains.
TklkphonkA129
Second Hand Goods «"■ forks transfer company
Rcthkbfori* Bros., Props.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Carpets Cleaned and Laid.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered and Cleaned, and
other jobs in the house-
cleaning line.
Call or leave orders at
MILES' SECOND-HAND STORE,
Next Door to Lion Bottling Works,
BRIDOE STREET
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will apply, at
11 the next meeting of the License Commissioners for the Grand Korku License District, for transferor the Retail Liquor Li-
'. cense for the Northern hotel, situate at Baa-
nook City/Yale District, from the unde.-
slgnedto Robert Lindholm, of Bannock City
aforesaid.
Dated the Uth day of November, 1906
FRANK HARTINGKR.
We  Are  Prepared
To Do Your
JOB PRINTING
,,.*v
PECAUSE
We have the must modern jdbhine plant
in the I'lUindiiry Country, Mil piny competent workmen, nnd curry a complete
line of Stationery.
&
WE PRINT
I'iHlii'iuls nml Ktnli'ini'iils,
Lctlci'lii'iids nml Envelopes, .,
Postem, Dntvs nml Dodgers,
BO'iness lind Visitinj! Cnnls,
Li*i1gp Ciiiistitiitinns and Hv-lnws,
Shipping Tugs, Circulars and Placards,
Hills nf l'nrc and Menu Curds,
Announcements nml Counter Puds,
Wadding Stall ry.
And everything turned oui in nn
Up-to dnte Printery.
0
Goml Printing—tin* kind we do—is
nn advertisement, and a trial order will
you tlmt our stork nml workmanship
licst.  . I*et us estimate on your i
n 11 tee sittisfnctioii.
irder.
in itself
•onvinee
e of the
'0 Iruar.
7$.e Evening   Sun ft
Job Department iR
The Socialist Meeting
There was a good attendance at
the Socialist meeting in the opera
house Saturday evening. Thos. J.
Benninger presided, and Candidate
Mclnnis was the first speaker. lie
was followed by the Conservative
candidate. Mr. Miller wns not as
tame ns on the preceding night, when
he knew he would have been taken
to task  for nny  misstatements  lie
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
might make. He knew thnt the
speaker who was to follow him did
not care a rap whnt he snid, as his
mind was soaring in the clouds.
And ho took advantage of this position, and indulged in mud throwing'
to hiB heart's content. F. J. Deane
(to whom he had to make a public
apology on the preceding evening)
and J. A. McDonald weje the principle persons singled out for the favor-'
ite pastime of the government candidate. He also explained the Kaien
Island land scandal to his own satisfaction, but his version did not seem
to satisfy very many in the audience.
He endorsed the government "in its
action in the C. k W. land grant,
and had he heen a member of the
house at the time he would have
voted for it. Mr^Goebel, of New
Jersey, wound up the evening's entertainment. M. Goebel had been
heralded as an eminent Socialist. As
a calamity howler he was eminently
successful, but whenever he happened to touch on provincial politics
he showed crass ignorance. Funny
stories, an attempt at mimicry, and
a bowl against tbe successful constituted his speech. He urged the
electors.if they could not support the
Socialist candidate, to vote the Conservative ticket, demonstrating that
the unholy alliance is still in existence, and that the1 combination is
being driven to close, quarters and is
becoming desperate. At the wind-up
he showed himself to be an out and
out cur He made a slanderous attack on the Liberal-Labor candidade
simply because Mr. Gregory is a
member of the Grand Forks union
and does not believe in the Socialistic
chimera.
Do You Feel the Pinch
Not of poverty, butiof corns, aching
corns, that can be cured by Putnam'B
Corn Extractor? Don't suffer, use
"Putnam's"—sold everywhere in 25c
bottles
The  following -table gives the ore
for 1985, 1906  and for the past week:
Granby Alines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe.   Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood *....
B. C. Mine, Sninmit	
Kinma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix	
Idaho,  Phoenix 	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Sulphur King, Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper.	
Cnrmi, West Fork	
Sally, West Fork 	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathnjore, Providence	
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	
Miscellaneous	
Total, tons	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter ."	
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Total treated	
shipments of Boundary mines
1905 1906     Past Week
G5;',S89        (SH.886 3,115
8,426
174,5(17        104,1-iO
1,345
9,485 12,881
3,007 6,401
  1,345
55,731       149,685 1,379
  2,960 	
25,108    26,032    719
3,056    48,390    	
4,747     3,555    103
1,833     	
33
150    	
586
30      30
145      86
76
9
770    1,140     30
105 3   40
20  '   140
20
15
535     529   	
689    	
265.
73    	
20    	
40      45
90    	
80    	
20    	
600     171
933,548 1,164,034 14,817
687,988 838,847 9,880
220,830 121,931 4,000
84,059 218,811 2,281
982,877 1,182,546  15,618
Everything for the Housewife
and Prospector
Can be Selected from our large stock of
General Merchandise and
Miners'Supplies   0  0 *
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware. Fancy* Dishes,
Jewelry, Nuts and Fruit*
Our Stock in all these departments is complete.
A trial order will convince you that our prices are right.
JL   Belli & CO. Danville, Wash.
Are You Sub|ect to Stiffness?
NOTICE
In the matter of the "Land Registry Act,"
nnd in the matter of the Title to. Part 20
ncres of Lot 53--, Group I, Osoyoos Division,
Yale District.
WHEREAS, the Certificate of Title of Mary
Yoniic, ln-intf Certificate of Title No.
7350a, to the Hoove hereditaments, has been
lost nr destroyed, and application has been
made tn me for a duplicate thereof.
NOTIf'K is hereby (riven that a duplicate
certificate of Title to the above hereditaments will he Issued at the expiration of
one month from the date hereof, unless iu
the.meantime valid objection to the contrary be made to me In writing.
W. H. EDMONDS.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, Kamloops,B.C., November 24th. im.
NOTICE
utter dnte I intent) malt in-.* aopi-cuttoii
to the Chief CommiKsloner of Land)* and
Works for a special license to cut uml remove timber from die following described
Muds' Commencing at this post, located on
•■■eeii-' bntilt of Savs-re creek, a west branch
ofthe North Pork of Kettle river, nt a point
75 feet southeast of where 11 landslide- or dry
wat-h enters said ereek from the west side,
and where a small jam or potid Is formed ou,
and about three miles from the mouth of
-aid creek: thence running went 4" chili1*-*;
thence south 80 chains: thenee ea*t oMi chains;
thence north HO chains; thence we-t 4) Win Ins
to place of I'-L'iriiiin-j-, containing 604 acres.
Loch ted this 20th day of October, 1900.
J. P. MAJOIt, Locator.
A. Erskine Smith & Co
IF YOU   INTEND TRAVELING
To Franklin Camp by Stage, Private Vehicle, Freight, Team or ■
Horseback, ask for our prices.
Bridge and| First Sts
m
K krlEPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best In the City.
On Draught Exclusively* at
TSIE  VICTORIA
HOTEL
V?7f
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C,
civ? both Ladles und Gentlemen as rest*
t or day students! has a eoiyidnteCoin-*
'rial or Business Course: prepare*-! stti*
ti to ;'fti'" Teacher-**' Certificates of till
dec gives the four years' outirse (or the
. degree, and tbe first year of the Suhdol
cieiice course. In utttllntlou'wlth the To*
to University! Iuu a special pro-iier-to-V
rsu fur initi-.i-K wlui work In it 0. tii**li*ii*n-*
1 it* alSO (riven In Art. Music, IMiyie il I'ul-
(■ it'iil Mocutlon. Terin opens Sept. 17,
,   For Calendars, etc . address
COLUMBIAN OOmLBGK.
Trade Marks
Designs
... Copyrights Ac.
Anynno sending a sketch and detcrtpttnn may
qatoSlf ascertain our opinion free whetner an
invsntion ts probably cateiitiihlA Conimunlra.
tions strictly confldeiu.al. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent froe. Oldest HHeii'*-'for securing patents.
Patents taken tFirmuli M111111 A Co. receive
tpteial notice, without c.mruo, In the
Scientific American.
» tisnitsnmiMr llhwtral.il wi-pklr.   J.»w»st. clr-
MUNN &Co.3e,B*°»d""»-New York
Branch Omci). 636 F St.. Washington, D. C.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
To Win. James Nelson, of Rosslnnd, H.C:
You nre hereby notified thut I have expended $10u In lahor and Inprovemetiti on
the "Vermont" Mineral Claim, situated In
the Grand Forks Mining Division, of Yale
District, in hritish Columbia, to count as
assessment ou said claim, as will appear by
certllleate of work recorded in the office of
the .Mining Recorder for the Bald Gran I
Forks Mining Division, in order to hold said
claim under the provisions Of Section 24 of
the Mineral Act, such being the amount required to hold the said claim for the year
1000.
\ nd If at the expi ration of 90 days of publication of ttiis Notice you fail or refuse to
contribute your Portion of the expenditure
required under Section 24, together with all
costs of advertising, yoar interest in said
cluim -shall become vested iu the subscriber
[one of your co-owners] under Section 4 of
the Mineral Act Amending Act lilim.
Dated at Grand Porks, H. C., thisthe Suth
du\ of November, A. D. 1906.
DAN MOKltlSON.
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