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11
Seventh Year---No. 25.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. April 17, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
Unanimous Choice of Yale-
Cariboo Liberals at Vernon Convention
Very Large Attendance
Great Enthusiasm Prevailed
approval ofthe action of the government in appointing the civil service
commission, and of the course of Sir
Wilfrid Laurier following upon the
report thereof, and we express our
sincere desire that as a result of that
course, so entirely in accord with
Liberal principles, the civil service
of Canada will, in the near future,
be established ou a strictly nonpartisan basis.
f hat we also heartily approve of
ie broad and statesmanlike manner
\ which Sir Wilfrid has dealt with
.lie Asiatic immigration problem.
Following the adoption of the
resolutions, the secretary read a letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier, which
was received with tumultuous cheers
nnd applause.
The letter was as follows:
Ottawa, 21st March, 1908.
My Dear Sir:—I understand that
u convention is called for the purpose of selecting a Liberal candidate
in the district of Yale-Cariboo. It
is an encouraging sign to see that
tlio Liberals in your district are thus
getting ready for the contest. The
loyalty and enthusiasm of the Liberals ot the west have always been an
inspiration and an encouragement,
and I feel sure that my friends in
Yale-Cariboo will see that so far as
they are concerned there will be no
breaks in the ranks of the solid
seven from British Columbia.
Your district is one of immense
area and wonderful natural resources, offering a most attractive
Held for development. We want a
supporter from this rich district to
aid and advise us in connection with
those problems that are incidental to
the development of the west and the
building up a greater Canada.
It is not for me to interfere in the
choice of the electors; that is a matter as to which they must be left absolutely iiiitrainmuled. If I may,
however, he permitted to express a
wish, I can assure you that no man
could be more acceptable to myself
and lo the Liberal members of the
house of commons than our friend
Duncan Boss, the gallant sitting
member.    Yours very sincerely,
Wilkkid Lauiueh.
G. A. Harris, Esq., Seoretary Yale-
Cariboo Liberal Association, Vernon, 13. C.
Nominations for a candidate to
represent the Liberal party in the
coining campaign were then called
tor, John I). Swanson, of Kamloops, in an eluquent and vigorous
speech, nominated Duncan Ross.
Thomas Lawson, of Kelowna, seconded the nomination, whicli was
further endorsed liy stirring speeches
from Dr. K 0. MacDonald   of Ver-
NEWS OF THE CITY
Conservatives Name All the
Faithful in the City as
Delegates
New Great Northern Coaches
for the Phoenix-Grand
Forks Kun
camp last week, taking the train for
Nelson. Schnlli soon missed his
guests, and sized the situation up
that they would next day start for
Spokano. When the train arrived
at Marcus, Sehulli surprised Loor
and Colombo by appearing on tho
scene. Schnlli demanded an instant liquidation of the debt, and,
according to his own story, he gave
the men a well-deserved drubbing
and succeeded in extracting about
$150 from them. ■
Vernon, April 14.—If ever a public man had occasion to realize tbat
his services were heartily appreciated, that was the experience of
Duncan Ross, M.P., at the Yale-
Cariboo Liberal nominating convention here today..
A splendid gathering uf Liberals,
including 110 delegates, representing evory section of the great Dominion electoral district of Yale-
Cariboo, covering an area of 175,000
square miles, unanimously and enthusiastically endorsed bis course in
parliament since his election in 1904
and with equal unanimity declared
him to be the only possible standard
bearer in the coming campaign.
It was a splendid tribute and
demonstrated in no uncertain manner the unqualified satisfaction of
Yale-Cariboo Liberals -with the policy of the Laurier administration.
The convention assembled at 2 p.
ui. in Ihe opera house, S. C. Smith,
president of the Yale-Cariboo Liberal
association, occupying the chair.
The committee on credentials and
resolutions having been appointed
and performed their duties, the convention was regularly organized with
110 delegates, in attendance, which
representation would have been
largely increased had it not been for
the unfortunate delay of tbe train
from tbe west, which prevented dele
gates from Yale, Lillooet and Ciri-
boo and some from Kamloops putting in an appearance.
The report of the resolutions committee, which was received and
adopted unanimously, was as follows: Resolved, that this convention of the Liberals of Yule-Carihoo
electoral district expresses its profound confidence, respect and esteem
in thc trusted leader of the Liberals
of Canada, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and
hopes he muy be long spilled lo direct thc government of Canada, and
to continue ids policy for the permanent binding together of all parts of
the Hritish  empire.   That, through |
hia policy Newfoundland may soon ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^___
become a province of Canada; that non, .John Hyinan of Vernon, Smith
mul tho .Curtis, cx-M.l'.P. of Rossland, and
| Senator    linstock.     All   of    them
The Conservative association of the
city held a meeting in Alberta hall
last Monday evening for the purpose
of electing delegates to attend the
Yale-Cariboo nominating convention
in Vernon on the 23rd inst. Nearly
every Conservative in the district
was named as a delegate, but those
Who are likely to attend the convention will probably be confined to W.
B. Cochrane, Ernest Miller and IS.
Spraggett.
Will Improve Valhalla
S. Nelsou, proprietor of Valhalla
hotel, has purchased the property
adjoining his house on Riverside
avenue from Robert Pribilski, and
will build an addition to his hotel
on the property acquired.
WORKSjOR WEST
iHansel, Langan & Enappen
to Devote This Season to j
This District
Propose to Place Select Settlers on a Large Tract
of Land
New Coaches
New coaches for the Phoenix
branch of the Great Northern railway have arrived in this city, but,
as a result of some slight differences
between the railway company and
the Canadian customs, the placing
of the cars on the run between this
city and Phoenix has been somewhat delayed. The incident also
revealed the fact that the old coaches
had escaped duty. It is stated that
the matter will be settled satisfactorily.
Caught at Marcus
James Loor and Louie Colombo,
who boarded with A. Sehulli, of the
Maple Leaf hotel. Phoenix, till they
owed   bim   $300,  quietly  left the
First-Class Photography
K. H. Trueman, the well known
Vancouver photographer, arrived in
Grand Forks last Friday on onu of his
semi-occasional visits to the city. He
will bo at lilouie's old studio on Bridge
street until next Thursday night.
Those desiring good photograhy work
should call early. Don't miss this
opportunity.
Roman Catholic Church
The ladies of the Altar society of
the Roman Catholic church will hold
their Bazaar in the opera house on
the 11th, 12th and 13th of May,
from 2:30 to 11:30 p.m. On the
11th a first-class supper will be
served in the hall under the opera
house, from 5 to 8 o'clock. All are
invited. Come to hear our nice
music; come to see our nice things;
come to have a nice time with u
and spend a little money for a good
cause. The society has also extended a contest for a very nice gold
watch to two young Catholic ladies.
Miss Ida LaHlanc and Miss Kiln
Lydon are the champions elect.
Ottawa. He reviewed at some length
the probable issues of the coming
campaign, but deferred his extended
remarks until the evening meeting.
Tde executive committee forthe
electoral district then organized with
Dr. K. C. MacDonald as chairman,
C. A. Harris, secretary, and one
representative from each provincial
constituency included in the Yule-
Carihoo federal riding, eight in all.
This evening the delegates were
entertained at a smoking concert in
the opera house by the local Liberal j choice.
association, important speeches he-'
ing mude by Duncan Ross, who
dealt very fully witb the Asiatic
immigration question, following   up
Married at Greenwood
Daniel Stirrat Love, who arrived in
Greenwood some months ago from the
land of thehoathei, and Miss Winni*
fred Leila Holdsworth, of Helensburgh, Renfrewshire, Scotland, were
united in marriage at Greenwood on
Thursday of last week by Rev, M, D.
McKeo, Tho bride arrived in Greenwood on the previous day, coining all
the way over the sea and across tin.1
continent   to  marry the  man of her
John F. Langan, of the firm of
Hansel, Langan it Knappcn returned
to Nelson last night, and was warmly
welcomed by many friends, says the
Daily Canadian of tho 13th inst. Mr.
Langan is looking well and has regained some of the tlesli he lost last
fall.
Mr. Langan has spent several
months in eastern cities, including
particularly Chicago, Now York, Ottawa and Toronto. Many times within the last two months he has started
for Nelson, and once he got as far as
Minneapolis, wben au urgent telegram
recalled to Toronto.
The depression that was general in
every financial centre on the continent during tbe autumn and early
winter has, Mr. Langan says, almost
entirely disappeared, While it may
tnke a little time for commerce and
industry to recover from the shock,
confidence is already restored. He
was interested in some large financial
schemes the success of which depended to a very large extent on faith in
the successful development of Canadian industries in the near future.
In nil his enterprises Mr. Langan
never lost sight of the tusk he has set
himself, of assisting in attracting to
Kootenay muscle, brain and money
for the development of the resources
in whioh he bus unlimited faith.
The headquarters of Mr. Langan
and tho firm this year will not be in
Nelson, hut in Orand Forks. They
have a large tract of land in that locality on which they propose placing
selected settlers. But Nelson [is not
lo lose him altogether, He will spend
Saturday and Sunday of each week
here, returning to the Boundary on
Monday mornings.
Clearing Right of Way
It seems to be the opinion of those
  well   iiifornii'd    regarding    railway
ht      ti •   ti •! i> matters, that although much of the
New f air Building      ; grading „„ t,,„ v„ v * e. extension
Secretary  Smart, nf the  Victoria  from   Keremeos   to   Hedley,   some
""""f* i ,  o    .Agricultural    association,   has an* twonty miles, is done, there yet re*
his charges against Attorney-General j nounced that the successful tenderer \ mains some large cuts nnd fills   and
the Hudson's Hay railway
Georgian Buy canal may become accomplished facts, and Unit us soon
as conditions are favorable and sat-
vouched for the faithful   and  indefatigable efforts of  Duncan Ross in
iowser and substantiating them with for the new main building that iln- two large bridges to attend to. and
locuments proving explicit   fair management will ereol at ibeex- it will probably be well towards the
the Brm of J. time  lor  snow to fly again before
trains   are   running   to Jleilley.
few days ago contracts were  let
1
origina
ly Bowser's  trickery  and bad  taitb   hibition grounds was
in the matter of contracls  made  by   0. McDonald A Son, of Victoria, late
A
isfactory terms can bo obtained, tho | his representation at Ottuwa of tho
"All-Red Line" may be inaugurated, important constituency of Yale-
whereby British unity and inter*: Cariboo, special emphasis being laid
British trade may he maintained SU* upon his splendid light for competition in railways in southern British
we, the   Liberals of   Vale-[Columbia
the C.P. 11. forthe importation of of this city. The contract is given
Japanese coolie labor; Smith Curtis, 'out at i»*11,87d, and the contract calls
Senator Bostock and other promi- for the completion of the struotute
nent district and visiting Liberal by July 80. Tbe successful tenderer
workers. was the lowest of  twelve, the   mini-
It would have been impossible to her of those who put in lenders for
have held a more successful  iiomin- tbo erection  of  the building.    The
Cariboo in   convention   assembled,!    No other mnn wns mentioned, and ...ting convention, or one that   more successful company havo given bonds
of j with one accord nnd with immense fully testified to the unanimity of to tbe fair directors for $2000 bind*
| the Liberal party and to their deter- ing tbem  to  complete
prenie.
Tbat
clearing the right of way for the extension of the line from Hedley to
Princeton, a distance of -I mills.
Collaborating With Kiplinij
Miss   A.    11.   Cameron,   formerly
principal of South Park  sehool, Vic-
hereby pledge to tbe government
Sir Wilfrid Laurier,  our loyal  and
enthusiastic  support  in   the forthcoming general elections.
That we also wish to record   our
hearty endorsement   of   the course ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
pursued in parliament hy our mem- ; tiniony to the efficiency of his past j umbia, then there can bo but little
ber, Mr. Duncan floss, since his services, Duncan Ross said that it j doubt that the Pacific province will
election in 1901. i amply repaid him for the four years   continus to be represented at Ottawa
That we hereby express our strong of strenuous work ho had put in at by a "solid seven."
enthusiasm the large audience rose
and cheered Dlinoan Ross us tbe
standard bearer in Vale-Cariboo in
the coming campaign.
In acknowleding thc splendid tes
d a more succesi
tiiriii,   who   achieved  something   like
fume by ii dispute with the education
the contract I department over a drawing  exnmina-
ation to re-elect a supporter of within the specified time and lo the tion, is illustrating Rudyard Kipling's
tntisfaclion of the fair management, , Canadian letters   to Collier's, and has
i been   engaged   by five magazines to
take the Mackenzie river loute.
mm
the Laurier administration, If today's proceedtnga be any criterion
of Liberal sentiment in British Col-
Metal Quotations
B6|;l
Birth
In (Irand Forks
Nkw Yoiik, April 15.    Silver,
electrolytic copper,  I ■':'(» I2jj. |" Crossen-
LoMi'oN, April 15.—Lend, £13 lis,  day, April Uth, to Mr. and
Gd; silver, 25]. i 11, Crossen, of Curlew, a son.
in Tues-
Mrs, E, Three Essentials of Success
Good Goods
Low Prices
Prompt Delivery.
We meet these qualifications.
A trial order will convince you.
John Donaldson
Phone 30 Columbia Avenue
ments, eliminating all doubt as to the
part enacted by tbe attorney-general
in this transaction. These are only
a few of the services rendered his
constituents and the people of the
province by the sitting for Yale-
Cariboo, but they are sufficient to
re-elect him by an overwhelming
majority.
®ljp iEfottmg £>un
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It is becoming rather wearisome
to hear newspapers minus political
convictions extolling the virtues of
independence. Independence is a
virtue, and no one can pay greater
homage to this virtue'than Tiik Sun.
But independence and the so-called
independent newspaper is seldom on
speaking terms. Usually the editor
of a self-styled independent journal
is afraid to express his independence
for fear that it might affect his advertising patronage or his subscription list. Moreover, the so-called
independent journal eschews politics
until it ascertains which party has
the largest sack, or the most patronage to distribute. Then it casts its
hypocritical independence to the
four winds, and proceeds to feed its
readers on equally hypocritically
pure polities. This may seem to be
i rather harsh judgment of the so-
jalled independent newspaper, hut
if it is true, why should not the
people be enlightened on the subject?
civilians. "One fell at every turn of
their quick sentences that he was
dealing with made and trained players of the game, balanced men who
believed in decencies that were not
to be disregarded, a confidence not
to be violated, and an honor not to
be mocked. Yet while the men's
talk was so good and new, their
written word 6eemed cast in conventional moulds. Ona hates to
think of these splendid people using
second-class words to express first-
class emotions."
FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1908
The renomination of Mr. Duncan
Ross by the Vernon convention as
the standard bearer of the Liberal
party of Yale-Cariboo in the forthcoming Dominion elections, will be
hailed with satisfaction not only by
the professed Liberals of the district, hut by all voters who nie not
so completely blinded hy partisan
bias as to be unable to recognize
merit and ability when encountered.
Few new members of the commons
have made as brilliant and enviable
a record during their first term of
oflice as thc sitting member for Yale-
Cariboo. His able and stubborn
fight for railway competition in the
southern part of the province is now
a matter of record; and the success
that crowned his efforts in this
historic hattie against corporation
greed has brought benefits of inestimable value to the settlers of the
district. People of recent arrival in
this section of the province cannot
fully appreciate the importance of
tbis victory, unless they happen to
come from sections where one railway exercises dictatorial rights in
the matter of freight and passenger
rates. The ability and persistency
with which .Mr. Ross conducted
this light in the house is not likely
to be soon forgotten hy the people of
the Similkameen and Okanagan districts, especially as tho successful
termination of the fight is about to
give these sections railway communication to the outside. While the
people of Yale-Cariboo consider the
part taken by Mr. Hoss in railway
legislation as of paramount importance to his constituents, he bus not
been idle when questions of national
score have been under discussion,
lie lias taken a prominent part in
all such matters, always witb oredit
to himself, to his constituents, to the
province, and to the Dominion, and
in a manner that has gained for bim
the respectful hearing of all members of the house, irrespective of
party ties. His latest service to tiie
province was the manner in which
be exposed Attorney-General Bowser's trickery and bad faith in the
matter of contracts made by the
Canadian Pacific railway for the importation of Japanese coolie labor.
These charges have been substantiated by Mr. Ross with original doeu-
Miss Murcutt's Lectures
Miss Mureutt will lecture in the
opera house on Monday,Wednesday
and Thursday at 8 p.m., and in the
Baptist church on Tuesday evening.
She will also hold a meeting in the
Baptist church on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for women
only, and on Thursday at 3:45 p.m.
for children. Excepting Thursday
night, no admission will be charged,
hut a collection taken to defray expenses. On Thursday night there
will be an admission fee of 25 cents.
Special music has been arranged for
at each meeting, and on Wednesday
and Thursday nights the Grand
Forks orchestra will furnish the
music.
Granted a Franchise
Arthur Phillips and H. D. Merritt
have been grunted a franchise by the
board of county commissioners of
Ferry county to oparate and maintain
a system of waterworks in the streets
and alleys of Orient, and giving them
the right to erect and use wires for
couveying electricity for light and
power along the public highways in
the county. The franchise runs for
35 years, and it is provided that work
on the water system shall be started
within six months, and water supplied
to tbe town in eighteen months, together with putting three hydrants on
Main street free of charge.
Eye Specialist
W. R. Inman, M.O., eye specialist
of Winnipeg and Vancouver, is at
the Yale hotel, Grand Forks. He
will be in town from Thursday, the
16th, until Thursday night, April
23rd, and he may be consulted free
by all who have any trouble wilh
ihe eyes. Twenty-nine years' experience in Winnipeg in correcting
over 50,000 eases of defective sight
insures the most accurate results.
Glasses accurately fitted at most
moderate prices. Appointments
may he mude day or evening by
letter or telephone to Woodland's
drug store. Consultation free. Complicated cases of defective sight a
specialty.
Second-Class Words
In a recent letter to the London
Morning Post, i.tudyard Kipling discourses on Canadian journalism. He
says that in Canada it is always delightful to meet reporters, for they
are men interested in their land, with
the keen and unselfish interest one
finds   in  young .nouse surgeons or
PERSONAL
P. T. McCallum left lust Saturday
afternoon for the Liberal convention
in Vernon.
E. H. Crossen, a Curlew business
man, was a visitor in the city on Tuesday last.
John Mclnnis, M.P.P., of Phoenix,
was a visitor in the eity last Tuesday.
Aid. McArdle returned on Wed-
nssday last from a week's visit to
Halcyon Hot Springs.
Noble Binus, of Trail, visited Harmony lodge, A.F. and A.M., in tbis
city this week.
Mrs. N. M. Mel itosh will be at
home to friends after April LiOth in
the Sheads block.
John Simpson, principal of the
Phoenix pnblic school, is visiting
friends in the city during the Easter
holidays.
Miss Mureutt is a brilliant speaker
and her equal among her Bex for
oratorical ability would be hard to
find.—Orkney Herald.
We are still offering The Sun and i Bicycles and Repair Work—A
the Toronto Weekly Globe and Can- complete line of 1907 models. A few
ada Farmer for $1 per year in ad- second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
vance. The illustrated supplement to rent. Geo. Ciiapple, opposite
that accompanies the Globs is worth Postoffice, First street.
twice the money we ask for the two	
papers. We have some of the highest grudo
                   paper   and  stationery  for up-to-date
The Sun and the Toronto Weekly commercial printing every brought to
Globe for 81. OOper year. the Boundary.    Sun Job Office.
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE
Artistic Pictures
Taken.  The only opportunity
you    will   have   this Spring.
The   well-known
ver Photogl.er,
7
R. H. TROEMAN
IS NOW IN THE CITY
aar" THURSDAY NIGHT
Any one desiring first-class work   in his line should
not fail to call on hiin at
Blome's  Old  Studio,  Bridge   Street
For Sale—Two brass chandeliers;
three arms each; also one mission
clock, about six feet high. For full
particulars address P. O. Box 51G,
Grand Forks, B. C
For Rent—Two comfortable, well
furnished rooms. Ayply Mrs. W, L.
Wells, King street, Columbia.
Miss Ada L. A. Mureutt, fellow of
the Royal Sottish Geographical society, will give a series of unique
and popular lectures in this city,
commencing April 20th.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, April 15.—The following are today's opening quotations for
the stock mentioned:
Asked.     Bid
Granby  91.00     85.00
Dominion Copper     1.87-4-     1.75
B.C. Copper     4.87-J
4.25
As a platform speaker Miss Ada
Mureutt can hardly he surpassed.
You will have an opportunity of
hearing her April 20th, 21st, 22nd
and 23rd.    Don't miss it.
Good, Clean Seed Potatoes for sale.
M  Miller, Grand Forks, B. C.
The  Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI per year.
I AniCO  When yon want n good Corset,
LAUItO   Qlrillea   Or
WONDER
Glor
Wnist.ffotnTilK.......
Stamping -lone ut The
When you Want good
Klbhoii, nil   lunds   of
Fancy Art nnd Novelties, go to The Wonder
Next to Main-
MRS. IDA L. BARNUM ^uBMge
3lj?£wttm0ii>mt
Prints more live Boundary news than
any other paper published in the
district. The price of The Sun is
only "fl.00 per year—one-half the cost
of its competitors. The Son is never
on the fence regarding questions of
public interest. The Sun is acknowledged lobe one of the brightest
papers published in the interior of
the province. Those who subscribe
and feel dissatisfied, will have their
money refunded hy calling at theollics
of publication.
'I'm*; EVENING Sun and theToronto
Weekly Globe and Canada Farmer,
•SI.OO per year in advance.
'Dm: Evening Sun, The Winnipeg
Weeklv Free Press and Prairie Furm-
er and the Montreal Family Herald
and Weekly Star, $2.00 per' year in
advance.
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
c7WEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF YALE
TAKE NOTICE that August Johnson, of
Lynch Creek, on tho North Fork of Kettle
River, IS miles north of the City of Grniul
.''■*rli-i, Yule District, Hritish Columbia, o(.ou-
]>at iuu Hotclkeeper, intend*-tn npply for permission to purchase the follow hi--; described
luud: Coniineiiciiit? ut a post planted at
Lynch Creek, about eighteen miles uorth of
lite City of Grand Korku, on the North Fork
of Kettle Kiver, in the Similkameen Division
of Yule District; thence north eighty chains,
thenee went ten chains to the east hank of
thi" North Fork of Kettle River,thence south
following the east Imuk of the Nortli Fork of
tli- Kettle Klver eighty chains to a point due
west of the point of commencement, thence
cast fifteen chains to ttie point of commence*
ment, nml containing one hundred acres,
more or less.
Dated the eighth day of January, JBU8.
AUGUST JOHNSON.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
Ruilwuy Melt of Hritish Columbia maybe
hnmestcniii'd hy any person who is the head
of a family, or uuy mule over eighteen yenrs
6f BRO- io the extent of one-quarter section
of UHI u-'res, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at the local
luud office for the district hi which the lund
Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform
the condition--, connejted therewith under
one of the following plans!
(1) At least six months' residence upon und
cultivation of the lund In each year for three
(2) If the rut tier (or mother, if the father is
deceased), of the homesteader resides 110011 a
farm in the vicinity of tiie lund entered for,
the requirements ns to residence may be satisfied by such person residing with the father
or mother.
(H) If the settler has his permanent resilience upon fiirming land owned by hiin iu
the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements tis to residence may bo satisfied by
residence upon tiie suid land.
Six months' notice In writing should he
given the Commissioner of Dominion Lunds
nt Ottawa of intention to npply for pntent.
Coal -Coal mining rights nmv be leased
for a period of twenty-one years at au uu-j
ii mil rental of r?l .00 per acre. Not inure than
:7'i'.*i ucres shall be leased to one individual or I
company- A royalty nt the rate of five cents !
per ton shall he collected on tbe merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
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the collection ot accounts, adjusting of books of existing
business, and also made up
preparatory to final administration of estates.
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AND GENUINE
Irish Twist Roll
Imported Smoking Tobacco
Downey's Cigar Store
Bridge Street
£# A. HENDERSON, C.E. 8 M.E.
B. C. Land Surveyor
Grand Forks, B. G.
P.O.Box 811
Plume 85 Fruit for Australia
There were imported into Austra-
lia by the Canadian-Australian
steamers 18,8.'il boxes of apples in
three shipments, the receipts being'
-October 0772 boxes, November 8103
boxes, and December 4S0O boxes,
reports J. fc). Laikin,Dominion trade
commissioner in. Australia, There
were in addition a few boxes tbat
came by freight steamers from San
Francisco, but the shipments on
theso slow steamers were u complete
failure. Nearly all the apples arrived apparently in good condition.
A quantity were carried nn deck,
and where these were sound ihey
had lost their llavor. Those carried
in cool storage were prime on receipt. Some of the apples were
first-class fruit, free entirely from
disease, and passing without difficulty. Others from California were
aftected with codlin moth, and bad
to be treated. It is stated that any
future shipments affected in this way :
will be destroyed on arrival at this j
p irt. The apples suited to the market, especially those from one orchard in Oregon, brought high prices, |
varying fn m 15s to 20s pel box. It
is said that a few of these apples
were of British Columbia yrigiu, but
of this I have no evidence, and wi s
i nable to locate them. The fact th, t
one United States shipper continues
to send large quantities of apples to
ihis market supports the statement
tbat I made in [previous years that
the Au Indian market is the most
p .iliialile market for the British Col* j
umbia grower open to him. A Can-
a lian paper informs mc that buyers |
were paying a very high price for
shipping Ontario apples to the eastern United States. The prices there
had been so high that western Uni-
ed States apples were also being sent
there. Nevertheless, the finest glower
in Ontario found it to be still more
profitable to send his fruit to Australia. The price stated to me paid
was from Si to 81.25 per case 11
Vancouver, which was certainly jjl a
case less than the fruit would bave
brought by shipping to this market
under proper conditions There is,
however.this objection to the British
Columbia apple, that the average of
the best fruit is too large in size,,
giving too few to the box. Nearly
2d,000 cases of apples were disposed
of at different points at the prices I
have named, and moro than justifies
my statement that this market would
take 15,000 cases when properly
handled.
"Sis in New York"
It is always a pleasure to be able
to chronicle the success of a play
when such success is gained by legitimate methods and by absolute
worth of the play and company.
Such a play is "Sis in New York."
That it has achieved one of the season's real bona fide successes, and
that it met wilh the hearty endorsement of both press and public
wherever presented is a known fact.
Its reception bas been must cordial,
and the attraction is mentioned as
one of the few really worthy dramatic offerings of the current season.
The story sparkles with a peculiar
wit and happy innovations. The
humorous situations are crowded
upon each otber with a profusion of
resources, yet are never allowed to
break the steady development of the
story to its well defined conclusion.
The character types are of a refreshing originality, and there is picturesque interest to thc entire production that is decidedly original and
unique. "Sis in New York" conies
to the Grand Forks opera house on
Friday night, April 24th.
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Only a girl who is willing to take
in washing to support tha family can
afford to marry a man who. wears a li t
of rings ou his fingers.
Naturally a young man's best girl
is all the world to him—whicli explains why all the world loves a lover.
In order to win success a man must
get busy today. Yesterday was a reality, but tomorrow is fictitious.
Disnlionest men usually get a lot of
things they don't deserve before they
filially get behind the bars.
A man is foolish to borrow trouble
if he can find another man foolish
enough to lend him money.
Even sonic thirsty men are not anxious for an Opportunity to line up iu
front of the bar of justice.
Even the sarcastic woman dei lines
to make any cutting remarks when
she has an axe to grind.
A woman hopes her childreen will
look like her—and she hopes her
photograph won't.
It is important to dress well—
most women become enamored of a
suit of clothes.
If the charity that begins at home
is the real tiling it soon contracts the
travel habit.
Ever notice that the compliments
some people hand you always leave a
bitter taste?
Silence is said to be golden, hut
there are no mute millionaires on our
visiting list.
How we would like to see all the
kickers and knockers get together and
fight it out.
There may he bypocites in the church
—but think of the vast number outside of it.
Even a pessimist can see more good
in the world than the .vorld can see
in him.
The theatrical manager is willing to
give everybody a show—for a consideration.
JI ind your own business and let
other people mismanage theirs if they
want to.
Women who cheapen themselves
soon learn that men do not care for
bargains,
A map isn't as anxious to be right
as lie is to have others think he is
right.
All things conies to him who waits
—even the almshouse and potter's
field.
If you haven't a right, of way you
have a right to get out of  the   way.
A woman is seldom jealous of her
husband's first love after meeting her.
The female matchmaker usually
goes about disguised as a chaperon.
A man usually aims at human a target when he shoots off his mouth.
Any kind of advice is good as long
as you don't attempt to follow it.
When a woman boasts of her rubber plant she is apt to stretch it.
Occasionally a detective tries to disguise his breath with a clove.
Some men wear good clothes he-
cause tliey can't afford not to.
Once in a great while a man actually heeds his wife's advice.
Fortunately stupid pcoplo seldom
realize that they are stupid.
But of couise you never tool; a
mean advantage of any line.
So,ue men are giants in stature and
infant i in intellectuality.
Tin* man who pays his coal bills always money to burn.
He's a poor detective who is afraid
of his own shadow.
A rural melodrama should at least
have a grass plot.
Occasionally a full-bearded man
tells a bare-faced lie.
Even a good physician may go from
bad to worse.
Yet the bunko man's little game is
only skin deep.
Most people gladly take advice from
a stranger.
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Kxox Phksiivtekiax C'uriicii—
Sabbath services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.
m.; Sabbath school antl Bible class at
2:30 p.m.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, r.'iO p.
m. All are cordially invited; seats free.
Methodist Church, Rev. Sohlieh-
ter.—Services next Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible class at 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Baptist Chuboh, Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor.—Services ou Sunday
at 11 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m.j Sunday
sohool and Bible class at 3 p.m.
For Sale—Brand new No. 3 Gra-
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records; will sell at a sacrifice if taken
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Agents Wanted—10x20 crayon
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You can make 400/' profit or Soli per
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You might as well try to reach
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renders by advertising in any other
medium.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Boun
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COPPER^
HANDBOOK
)New Edition Issued Nov. 15, 1906.)
Is a dozen books in one, covering the
history, geography, geology, chemistry, mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology, uses, statistics and finances of
copper. It is a pracical book, useful
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industry.
Its facts will pass muster with the
trained scientists, and its language is
easily understood by the everyday
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English without fear or favor.
It lists and describes 1026 copper
mines and companies in all parts of
the world, descriptions running from
two lines to sixteen pages, according
to importance of the property.
The Copper Handbook is conceded
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Book on Copper
The mining man needs thp bonk for
the facts it gives him about mines,
mining and the metal.
The investor needs the book for the
facts it gives hiin about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.
Hundreds of swindling companies are
exposed in plain English.
Price is 85 in Buckram with gilt
top; 87.50 in full library morocco.
Will be sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any address ordered, and
may be returned within a week of re
ceipt if not found fully satisfactory.
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Editor and Publisher,
453 Postoffice Block,
Houghton, Michigan.
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women as are not seriously out
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Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets euro constipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
cure the disease.   Easy to take as candy.
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MATTERS
According to the Boston Commercial in the month of March the Gran-
hv comyany succeeded in getting
every cost od mining, smelting, etc,
inside of $2.50 per ton of ore, which
would seem to bo a new low record
for costs, and one much needed with
the present low price of copper.
High Praise for Granby
Speaking of the Granby property,
Stevens' Copper Handbook, a standard work just published, says:
"The Granby is one of the few copper properties of the world of which
a careful investigaiion leads to the
verdict that there is nearly everything
to commend and soareely anything lo
criticise."
Crows Nest Coal Company
The Crow's Nest Pass Coal company
is about to replace much of its electri
cal equipment with one'for which the
motive power will be compressed air.
The oompany 1ms purohased from the
Canadian Rand company four high
pressure air compressors and several
locomotives to be operated with com
pressed air. In addition to this the
company will install a large steel
tipple at Michel. The intention is to
largely increase the output of coal,
and most of the plant now in use is of
too small a capacity for the increased
requirements.
Material on Ground
A large portion of the material for
thc enlargement of the Granby
smelter converter building is now on
the ground.
Re-Elect Old Officers
At the adjourned meeting of the
Diamond-Texas syndicate* in Greenwood last week all the old ollicers were
re-elected. The committee appointed
to examine the property reported favorably, and the meeting decided to
continue  the  drift   on the 115-foot
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level. It is understood that the syndic te also have other plans in view
which will make returns from the
property very satisfactory in tho future.
Rich Ore in First Thought
Where ean you find a stope that
for thirty feet across the face no ore
less than ten ounces to the ton in
gold is being broken? One of the
First Thought slopes can show this,
according to reliable reports.—Orient
Journal.
Mining Institute
A general meeting of the western
branch of the Canadian Mining institute will be held at Rossland on
Thursday and Friday, May 1-1 and
15, when several papers will be rend
and discussed, and suoh business
us shall be brought forward by members shall have consideration. This
will be the second meeting of the
branch, the lirst having been held at
Nelson January 15 and 16, .iniiiedi-
ately following the organization of
the branch at that eity on the first
of those days. Mr. A. B. W.
Hodges, of this city, general superintendent of the Granby Consoli
dated, is president of the branch.
Drummond Kesigns
The resignation ol T. K. Drum
moud, manager of the Nipissing
mine at Cobalt. Out., has been accepted by the boaid of directors,
and 1.. B. Watson appointed to the
position. Mr. Drummond was manager of the Dominion Copper company before going to Cobalt, and
will take another position in the
west.
Minig Lihrary
An offer has been made by the
Canadian Mining Institute to send a
milling library to (Ireenwood free of
tost, providing the board of trade
will care for the same. The oiler is
being considered.
The surest way to evaporate busi
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the necessary talking qualities by
having it printed in a modern office
by competent workmen. The Sun
job olliee is the most up-to-date in the
I'uuudary, and our workmen are capable and of wide experience. This is
the reason why we do the pi in ting for
the best linns and corporations in this
district.
•QRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
LEW JOHNSON,MANAGER
One Night Only
Friday, April 24th
Breaking the Laugh
Record
6iQ.     •
BIS M
New York
A Screamingly Funny
Farce founded on the
Merry Hoosier Lass' visit
to the metropolis.
The Greatest Laughing Play She
Has Had in Yenrs.
Hiram, Mainly, Zeke
and John
Will help with the hilarity.
"You can't stop a trolley car hy
standing on the track."—Sis.
BOUNDARY    OR1
The following table gives the
for 1905, 1906 and for the past wei
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe.  i'hoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
Ii. C. Mine, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Bonnio Hello, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho,  I'lioenix   	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
Mountain Hose, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King.Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Hig Copper, West Copper	
Carmi, West Fork	
Sully, West Fork	
Rambler, West Fork	
Butcher Hoy, West Fork	
Providence, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
hast Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Mine, Skvlark Camp...
Hay, Skylark ,	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
11clt'ii, (Ireeii wood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
SHIPMENTS
ure shipments of   Boundary mi
Total,  tons  	
Smelter Treatment—
Granby Smelter	
H. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter	
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter	
19H7
GD'.O.'n
135,001
208,321
1908
292,546
387
Post Week
21,068
IS, 271
14,481
43,295
12,258
(il 17:1
81,270
81,258
fill)
ea
80
700
•20
uo
30
20
"uo
.,.."*■
,148,237
20*3,013
21,063
637,826
341,952
285,01 1
22,820
163,439
Total treated.
1,133(017       280,011      22,820
Namr off Company.
Granby Consolidate*.! -Copper,
Cariboo MoKhmoy  (.old	
Providence- Silver	
I7i7 Cop •  Copper	
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I'm-ii'i ii'iticc, vitTiouCeliHn-Q, in the
Scientific American.
A linndnomoly UluHtratnd weekty.   Largest circulation of any lelentlflo Journal.   -Terms tor
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xi] newRdeuers.
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BiaiioH onto,« V BU Woatiliiiiton. D.O.
When remitliiiR money get an express order. Cash on demand of
payee. To all parts. S. T. Hall,
branch agent Dominion  Express Co.
Before closing yonr contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
read the tempting clubbing oiler we
make on the third page.
Palace Barber Shop
Razor Honing u Specialty.
P.  A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Vlotoria Hctel,
Bridge Street, Grand Forks, B. <'.
Foo Lee
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FINK LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICK   AND  IRONED  l.Y
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE\
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
PRICES $1.00  and 50c
.Scats on Sale at Woodland's.
Yale   Tranfe Co.
Light and Heavy Transferring to and from tho depots.
A. Mackintosh
Olllco:   Windsor Hotel.       yj    Phone AM
Pacific Hotel
OFF. C.F.R. STATION
First-nltisa In every respent.
Piunple rooms for commer*
t'iul traveleris
Hat tuul Gold Baths,
I-iir in Uonneetlon.
Finest Braudsof wii,e8.
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The Purest nnd Best in the City.
On Draught Exclusively" at
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