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Ejghth Year—No. 6.
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday. December 11, 1908.
$1.00 Per Year in Advance.
THECITYC01CIL
One Hundred   and  Eight
Light Installed During
November
Court .of Revision to Revise
Oity Voters' List Is
Appointed
The regular bi-weekly meeting of
the city council was held in the
council chambers Monday evening,
Mayor Fripp and Aid. Clark, Miller,
McArdle, McCallum and Rutherford being in attendance.
A communication Irom President
James W, Warren, of the Kettle
Valley line, in reply to a complaint
made by the council of trains
obstructing traffic at street crossings,
stated that the company had no desire to do so, and that the matter
would be looked into.
A letter was read from the League
of British Columbia Municipalities
asking the council to send delegates
to the annual convention of the association.
The clerk was instructed to com-
nmncate with ths railway commissioners in reference to the dangerous
condition to 'traffic of the C. P. R.
crossing near the Kettle river.
The chairman of the board of
works reported that the repairs to
the fire hall had been completed.
Provieions had also been made to
secure the right of way for a road to
Peter Pare's ranch, and to open up
the road and construct a culvert at
the slough below the cemetery.
The chairman of the water and
light committee reported that an extra mun had been employed in the
electrical department during the
month of November. During that
time sixteen houses, comprising 108
lights, had been w red, besides tho
work done in the new Province
hotel. The blowing oui of the regulator at the substation had put the
lights out of business for forty-five
minutes last Sarurday night, and the
burning out of fuse on Thursday
evening had caused a short stoppage.
The report was adopted.
On motion of Aid. Clark and McArdle, ihe council decided to secure
the right of way for a road to Peter
Pare's ranch, and to open up the
same.
The chief of police submitted his
monthly report, which wiib ordered
filed. Total road tax collected to
date, i}154; dog tax, 861. He expected to complete the collections
early this month. The fire chief's
monthly report was also read and
filed. Ho recommended sleigh runners for the hose wagon, but the
council Aid not think "it would be
advisable to adopt this recommendation. All the hydrants, forty-three
in number, had been tested and
salt put in-for the winter. ,
On motion of Aid. Clark, the report of the ehief of police in reference to road and dog taxes was re-
terred to the police commissioners,
with the request tbat they instruct
the chief to make all the collections
before the end of the present month.
Aid. McArdle and McCallum were
appointed a court of revision to revise the municipal voters' lisf.
The chairman of the water and
light committee reported that his
committee, the city electrician ai d
the city solicitor had all the information necessary for Mr. O'Farrell to
complete the city map. Mr. O'Farrell was present at the meeting, and
addressed the council. He wanted
850 for adding the Ruckle addition
to the map, and $50 for coming over
from Rossland to finish it. On motion of Aid. Miller, Jhe finance committee and the city solicitor were
instructed to meet Mr. O'Furrell and
to make what arrangements they
deemed advisable to have the wc>rk
completed, and to incur the necessary expenses in connection therewith. '
The chairman of the health and
relief comittee thought an investigation should be made as to the unusually large number of fataliities
among infants last fall, and the
council thought it would be advisable to discuss tho matter with the
provincial health ollicer.
Aid. Woodland's by-law defining
the duties of city officials was read a
first and second time, considered in
committee, and then under a suspension of the rules it passed its
third reading.
The council then adjourned.
A telephone message to Donaldson's,
phone A30, will bring your groceries
to you just when you want them.
B. G, Municipalities   |
Several important changes relative to civic, and municipal matters
wero laid before the Provincial Government by tbe executive of the
Union of B. C. Municipalities this
week at Victoria.
A change in the term of municipal office was asked for by the executive, from one year to two years.
It was pointed out that the present
system prevented anything like continuity of policy, and that as a matter of fact it had become a practice
in many places to give a mayor or
reeve a second term on this account.
What is proposed is thut mayors
shall be elected for two years and
aldermen for the same term, hall of
the aldermen to retire annually. In
order to meet the views of sonje who
prefer the one-year term it is suggested that before the new plan
would be put in force it be submitted to the ratepayers ai an annual
election.
Control of private clubs was
another mutter taken up by the executive. This is, of course, to a
number of organizations which abuse
the ekih privileges they possess in
common with respectable clubs.
The executive was informed that the
Government had decided to introduce legislation on this Bubjcct ut
the coming session.
It wus ulso usked ,Uiat the holding of courts of revi™ n be placed
earlier than at present; "lhat the
school rate be increased from five
mills to ten, and that registrars be
authorized to register tax sale deeds.
Rulings were requested on the meaning of doubtful sections in the
Municipal Clauses Act.
NEWSOFTHECITY
Grand Forks Skating Rink
Will be,Opened Tomorrow Night
Hockeyists and Rink Directors Make Satisfactory
Arrangements
also 1* shown, and it is slid that
the program will he the best ever
seen in Grand Forks, and every one
should turn out to see it. The pictures are going to excellent and
wonderful.    Get a program.
There would be nothing in the
name if it were not absolutely true.
What imnle? Morrison's Silver Plate
that resists ware,—Morrison, the
Jeweler.
The Grand Forks skating rink
will he opened for the season lomor-
rew night if another chinouk does
not show up and knock the present
arrangements awry. The following
scale has been adopted by the management for season ticdets: Family
tickets, 810; gentlemen, 85; ladies, |
§3.50; boys and girls from 12 to 16, i
#3; boys and girls under 12, $2.50.
This includes band nights. The
band nights will be on Tuesdays
am? Fridays. Tickets can be had at
Woodland & Co.'s and Clark Bros'.
The newly organized hoekey club
and the executive of the Grand Forks
Skating Rink association both met
in the city hall on Tuesday evening.
The hockeyists perfected their organization. RoyvCurran has been
selected as manager. A committee
from the hockey club had a conference with wifh the rink people, and
it is stated that the latter gnnted
all the concessions asked for by the
hockeyists, thus making the prospects for the sport during the coming winter very bright.
The Phoenix Hockey cluh has
been reorganized, with the following
list of officers: President, O. B.
Smith; vice-president, Dr. McLaren;
secretary treasurer, Don Darrah;
captain, A. McQueen; munuger, C.
II. McAllister; executive committee,
R. Clark, T. Collins, D. Darrah and
C. II. McAstocker.
The ice on Lake Newby was in
splendid condition during the lirst
part of the week, and numerous
skating parties from the city took
advantage of this opportunity to test
their skates.
The man who can't skate,   'tis
sad to relate, is now out of dnte.
There is no old stook
son's.    Everything is fn
at   Donald-
ih.    Give us
a trial order and see for yourself.
Cut Glass—Wo have this Christmas some of the prettiest pieces of
cut glass that have "ever been in our
stock. Many new cuttings and shapes
that have heretofore been hard to get.
We also call attention to the color of
our glass, as we think it posseses an
unusual amount of sparkle and glisten. Let us show you some, of it or ! " * '^ '".
just take a look at some of it in our! Van w"lkle>
windows when  you  are down town.
Herbert Sadley, of Staffordshire,
England, father of Mrs. A. II. Napper, arrived in Grand Forks yesterday, and intends to make this eity
his future home. Mr. Sadley is a
music teacher and piano tuner, and
intends tn follow that profession
here. He has been organist in ono
of the largest churches in  England,
The Bachelors' club of this city
will present the comedy, ''A Regiment of Two,''in Republic tomorrow night and in I'hoenix on Monday night.
The Clark Moving Picture com
pany will show in the opera house
on Monday, December Uth, for one
night only. They will give those
celebrated and wonderful films,
"A Trip to the Moon" and "Rip
which will please
both   old   and  young.   The otber
—Morrison, the Jeweler.
films, which are very funny,   will
Mining at Danville
P. W. McGregor, the Danville
peace guardian under sheriff W. J.
Hail, was a visitor in Republic the
first of the week, says the Republic
News-Miner. He said in a general
conversation about the camp, and
especially in regard to the mines:
"Danville has held its own for a
year or two, and has just besun to
show signs o,1 a new era of mining.
The Lucile Dreyfus, which has had
a'out lis checkered a career as any
property in Washington, is coming
to the front again—not with a rush
—but with a certainty of movement
which betokens the purposo of the
management to succeed in showing
the world that it is a mine, notwithstanding |its past 'hard luck' experience. There are but a few men
on its payroll, but this state of affairs will be of short duration, and
ere the new year appears may be
once more in the shipping column
and the 'tnlk of the town.'
"The Knob Hill tunnell is the only place in the district where development worky^^gmfigNforward
with any degree/A alaCT&y. "•! am
of the opinion that about fifteen
men are employed in various capacities in and about the mine and
probably this will be the extent of
the force until the tunnel is coni-
pleteel and the mine put in shape to
be a constant and large shipper.
"There has been during the season
now drawing to u close a good deal
of representing done which is a
pretty good sign that the boys have
not lost faith in their holdings.
Why should they not have plenty
of faith? Is there another spot on
the Colville Reservation — North
Half or South Half— which can
show so many exceptionally good
looking veins or that carry suuh
high grade ore throughout? It is almost universal for a visitor*-whether
he be a mining man or jnst a plain,
common, everyday business, professional, or laboring man—to a-k:
'Why arc all those properties idle?'
There are none who can answer the
inquiry, save occasionally an owner
will say, 'I have not the capital required to mine and pay the athli-
tional cost of transportation and
treatment charges and hence my
property is not in tho producing list
antl my neighbors are in similar
bouts. What we need and need
badly is capital.' There is doubtless much liuih iu this, as it takes
money to mine with.
"But the real cause of the failures,
to continue mining, where it has
once been inaugurated is not understood by the public, and those who
have the necessary information on
the subject are as dumb as the
Sphynx.
"The general impression is that the
shallow mining methods which huve
prevailed is the true cause.
"New capital and new management for the Lu Fleur mountain
mines would make thut section tho
Mecca ofthe miner and tho capitalist within u few months."
FRUIT PACKING
Dominion Inspector to Speak
on This Subject Next
Monday Night
An Important Subject to
Every One Interested in
Fruit Culture
Muxwell Smith, of Vancouver,
Dominion fruit inspector,will deliver
a lecture in the city hall at 8 o'clock
on Monday evening, December
14th, on the subject of packing and
marketing of fruit. Mr. Smith is an
eloquent speaker, and is thoroughly
familiar with his subject, and, an
able address may be expected. It
is the wish of the president of the
Kettle Valley Farmers' Institute
that every member of that organization, as well as any one else interested in fruit culture, and the citizens generally, should attend this
meeting.
Get your Kubbers, Overshoes, Cur-
man Socks,etc,. ffotn John Donaldson
Columbia, B. C.    All kinds, all sizes.
An Up-to-Date Merchant
A visit to Mr. Morrison's jewelry
store at this season of the year will
repay anyone, even if* you are not
out on a stopping expedition. It is
the largest and most up-to-date . es-
tnblishiiieiit of its class in the interior of the province, and is a credit
to Grand Forks and thc Boundary
district. The Sun reporter wandered
into thcstore the other evening in
the hope ol being able to exchange
some of his boundless wealth for diamonds. Speaking of dianvonds, Mr.
Morrison has-some very costly and
exceedingly pretty diamond rings—
in fact, if Ihey were much prettier,
be would be compelled to import
Christmas girls to match them, lu
the store tliere are six large, latest
design show cases filled witli high-
grade gold articles and silverware,
including wutelics that you can
catch the train by six dnys in the
week and reach the ehureh at lhe
most fashionable hour on the Sab-
l bath. There are rings uml bracelets
! to mutch all shades of complexion
—from a Hindu lady to a Circassian
blond. There are other ornaments,
t6o numerous to enumerate and too
pretty to describe. Around the entire room are shelves loaded down
with hard metal utensils, made
in Kngland—articles useful to every
housewife, ns well as a great viuiety
of silverware. While every department is replete with useful and ornamental articles, Mr. Morrison
takes especial pride in showing visitors his stock of cut glut* goods.
This is the most complete over
brought to thc west, and every article is deep cut and a work of art.
Mr. Morrison's stock is Jbo complete
thut every shopper will he sure to
find something ut hiB itore suitable
for a holiday gift.
One of the chief aims at Donald;
son's store in Columbia is to treat you
on the square and give you value for
your money. Don't forget the phone,
No. A30.
No order is too large  or  too small
for Conaldson to take care of. ©ljr itbtmng §un
Published nt llrnncl Forks, British Columbia.
G. A. Evans...  Editor aced Publisher
the collection. We will be delighted
to show them to you, whether you
buy or not—Morrison  the Jeweler.
A Hie of this pnper cau be seen at the olliee
of .Messrs. B. _ J. Ilue-clj-it Co.. », 31 eceecl 32.
Fleet street, E.U., Loceeloee. Eeeerlaeed, free cef
eharire, acid that iirete will lee ejlnel to receive
Bllbtartpttona need ccdverti.eileeeetsuee our behalf.
SUHSCIUI'TION KATKB I
j l.nu
l.oo
Oue Vear	
Hue Veeir (In advance) ....
A'lvortlsleeu' rat-.. turiltatied oil -ile-t
Leeial eecitlc-es, 10 need ie oents per line.
Address all eoininiinicntiotiu tu
Thk Evening Sus,
Phonb H74 Qkanu Fohks, H.C.
Fill DAY. DECEMBER 11, 1908
' i^HK press of the country should
1 discountenance any reflection
upon public men and the government
without sufficient evidence of wrongdoing. During the late camagain,
correspondents of English papers,
carried away by partizan feeling, did
a great injustice to Canada by holding up public men and political
methods in this country to derision
wit'iout the slightest warrant. This
disturbs confidence and works out
injuriously to many interest. Itgives
a wrong view of our public life, and
lowers Canada in the estimation of
nations. It is to be hoped thnt
there will be no more of this. It is
unpatriotic, misleading and extremely vicious Oiryof late years has the
real Canada been known abroad.
We have been misrepresented sufficiently by those who spoke in
ignorance of the climate and resources of the Dominion, and it is
highly reprehensible that our public
life should bc commented upon in
terms calculated Jto give a wrong impression by those who know better.
This is a time when capital should
be attracted to the country and not
frightened away. It is a lime when
the resources of the country require
assistance in their development, and
when ample returns may be expected from investments. Therefore
there should be nothing "s'uid or
done which in the slightest degree
would velleet upon us as a people or
a nation.
Fancy Sale and Tea.—There will
be a sale of work tomorrow, Saturday, Saturday, December 12th,
afternoon, and evening, at Holy
Trinity rectory. Many articles appropriate for Christines presents, including home-made candy. Tea and
coffee will bc served at ten cents.
Metal Quotations
New York, Doc. 9 —Silver, 50%;
electrolytic copper, li%l(i-li 1-2.
London, Dec. 9.—silver, 23 016
lead. £13.
Mining Stock Quotations
New York, Dec. 9.—The following
sre today's opening quotations for the
stocks mentioned:
Asked.        Bid
Granby Consolidated. 110.00      105 00
B.C. Copper      787 7.02'^
Dumioion Copper      SM'4        .D3%
Swell Christmas (lifts. — Men's
Mooha fur-lined_loves at $3.75.
D. I). Munro & Co.
X. D. Mcintosh has returned from
a three weeks' visit to Ottawa, where
he wns culled by the illness of his
brother.
The most acceptable gift- of the season—a set of "Morrison" carvers. No
other Xmas present gives such pleasure.—.Morrison, the Jeweler.
CITY NEWS
The re-opening service of the
Baptistjcburoh will take place next
Sunday, December l.'Uh. Rev. W.
T. Stiiekhotise, general superintin-
dent of Baptists missions of Western
Cinada, and Rev. D. E. Ilatt, general missionary, will be present and
conduct the services. . In the after
noon Hev. Stackhotise will give an
address on thc layman's interde
nominational missionary movement,
a movement doing so much for our
churches throughout North America.
Louis W. Hill, president of the
Great Northern railway, passed
through the city last Sunday on his
special train, being east-bound nfter
inspecting the V., V. & E. ns far
west as the steel is laid.
Have you tried Donaldson's Tucka-
willa Tea yet?   It's lovely.
The Hotel Colin, which wns completed Inst fall, is installing a steam
heating plant, and every mom in
the house will be heated by steam.
The work is to be , completed by
Christmas.
Watch our  Christinas  windows.
1). D, Munro & Co.
A man named lit. Cyr, who lives
in Columbin, cluims .to have heen
relieved of $70 by masked hold-up
men near the Central school last
Friday night, The ense has not
been reported to tbe police.
Our Christmas Ties nre the nntti-
est ever shown in Grand Forks.
Prices from 25o to 82.00, I). 1).
Munro & Co.
R. A. Henderson, the civil ongi
neer, left today fnr Chilliwack,where
he will spend the holidays with his
parents.
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS
R. H. Gilpin, cuBloms officer at this
port, makes tho following detailed report
of the customs rocoipt-i at the various
pub-ruBioma offices, :is repnrtfrt m tht*
■ hief offlcd in thia city, for tho month of
Novembpr:
(Irand Kork* $2,191.77
Phoenix ,  1,228,01
Care»n     138 57
Cu>cade        70.17
Total ..8:1028.52
CHURCH SERVICES
Knox Piiksuvtkiiiax Council—
Sabbath services at 11 a. in. and 7:,'10 p.
in.; Sabbath school uml Bible class at
'J:-l5 a.in.; Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor, Monday, 7:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. All are cordially
invited; scats free.
Methodist Cnuncti, Rev. Schlich-
ter.—.Services next Sunday at 11
a. in. and 7:.'i0 p.m.; Sunday school
ami Bible class at 2:30 p.m. Tne
Epwot'th League of Christian Endeavor
meet every Monday evening at 7:30.
Kvoiybiticly will be welcome.
Baptist Chuiich, Bev. P. W. Auvache, pastor,—.Services on Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school and Bible class at 3 p.m.
For Sale Cheap, or Trade—Bnsi-
ness lot on Winnipeg avenue near
The Sun olliee. Enquire of Lew
Johnson.
Special   Old   Port 81  per  gallon'
Lion Bottling Works.
Good   milch   cow, party   lersey
and calf for sale.   Apply this oHice
You might us well try to reach
the orb of day by walking on a sunbeam ns to attempt tn reach The Sun
readers hy advertising in nny other
medium.
Morrison's jewelry store will be
open every evening from now until
after the holidays.
OAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
^* LEW JOHNSON,  MANIGER
EXTRA-EXTRA
onday, Dec. 14
CLARK'S II
Good paving business for sale.    In-
buire at Sun olliee.
For  Sule—100   ncres   of    good
timothy land.    Apply this office.
For Sale—One heavy horse, wagons, harness, hay boiler, burrows,
plows, and.cooking outfit. Inquire
of Mrs. George Taylor.
We are still offering The Sun and
thc Toronto Weeklv (Unbound Canada Farmer for 81 per year in advance, The illustrated supplement
that accompanies the Globe is won.h
twice the money we usk for the two
papers.
Gold lockets. , They are substantially made,yet not bulky. The Roman gold linish (14 kt.) is very effective und some of the lockets have
diamonds in the centre. The round,
oval anil oblong shapes, in different]
sizes offer plenty of choice—Morrison
the Jeweler.
Laurier   hall, in the   West   end.
us oj ened Inst night with a dance,
It is Understood that it is the intention oi the proprietor, Peroy Andrews, to hold a dance in the ball
once   a   week    dining   the   winter
months.
From now until after Christmas
we will sell men's hemstitched handkerchiefs at 5o each.    IX I'.  Munro
it Co.
W. (1. McMorris, manager of the
Nelson News, was a visitor in the
city yesterday in the interests of
thut publication. •
Wc invite your inspection of uur
new spring novelties in jewelry. Our
showing represents the most elegant
and exclusive designs from the leading gold and silversmiths of Amciicu.
Bracelets, neokiaces, brooches, mens
and women's watches, and wedding
and engagement rings are included in
Chas. H. Clark, Prop.
They Always Make a Hit
Latest    Animated    Pictures
and Illustrated Songs
Refined Specialties
Wonderful Subjects
Brim) the Children
finest Program Lver Shown
Here
Don't Miss It
Admission i Children ISc, Adults 25c
Come Early. Show Starts 8.15
CERTIFICATE    OF     IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
Montana Mineral Online situate   In tlece
Grand Forltn Mining bivUian ct Veilc Din-
tlleet.
Where looatetli  in Olouoeiter damp, and
ntljutnlnil   thu    Tiger,    Cipher need   Pinto
Mineral! Ini	
'I'A lib NOTICB Hint I, 11. A. Ilf.tiili.reii.il, act-
lug  ie.  eetcpiii   for  -Sc-.viim     Dlrc-li,  Kreo
Mlner'ie Cort|llente Nee. UlolBU, Intenil, sixty
dayi from the elnte Itereof, to uieiily to the
Mlulng Ke-i-c,e-el,-e- for n Certificate cef lln-
ee    ..e-eie.-eee- lice   l|,e peee-|eie.-e, cef eeletelileleeer It
Crown Grant of the nbovo claim.
And further tnke notice i' in notion, under
■OOtlOII   17,   lllll.t   lee. ceneie..,-...,.el l„.f„i-ej tin,
liitiance eel audi Certificate cef  improve-
IllPlltS.
Dated thli 18th dny of Auguit, cV.rj.lS08,
It. A. BENDKRSON,
Tlio Sun and the Toronto Weekly
Globe for SI per vein-.
There's No Other Way
To reach the lurge and ever increasing
circle of our renders thnn throughTiii-:
: Sun's advertising columns.
GOOD CEDAR
SHINGLES
ffO OC per 1000 f.o.
UO.L-J Grand Forks.
Address :
R. G. RITCHIt, CASCADE, B. C.
SEE
THE WONDER
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
The Leaders In Corsets ffiu,[?eT'
I st) led mill |,rlCD».
I
Hand-Embroidered Waist Drawn Work
Cushions and Braid Centers
Next to MolntlM'. BildRO Btcet.
_7WRS.  IDA U BARNUM
P. BURNS €8_ CO.
Dealers in all Kinds tf
FRESH AND
CURED MEATS
Fish and Game in Season
FIRST ST.,  GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Holiday Perfumes
Genuine French and American
Imported Perfumes for Xmas.
All styles of packages. Prices
from 73 cents to So.00.
imas
Candy
We have a large assortment of
Fancy Chocolates for the Holiday Ti ado. Prices from 66
cents to $3.00.
WOODLAND & CO.
PHONE   13
Prescription Specialists
A new lot of latest designs of program and menu cards just received at
Tiik Sun job olliee.
NOTICE
IIOTIOB |s hereby given thnt the time for
l* tlcce reception of tondore. for Vernon. 11.
O., Politic IliiiMlnir lues !,i-i-ii extended to
December 80th, inns.
PIciieN emil siiocliicntiemn tne also to be Keen
nt Vic-torln cued Vancouver, 11. O,
Hy Order,
NAPOLEON TI-SS)EB,
Depni-lninotof Public Works,
Ottawa,November 20ile, iikis.
J.B. HENDERSON
Builder 8 Architect
Downey's Cigar Store
A f'OMl'I.KTE _TO_K OC
Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos
A Fn-sli ('oiiHignmento(
Confectionery
Received Weekly.
Postoffice   Building
THE
Plans, Estimates, Specifications, Etc., at Reasonable
Rates.
Price Lists of Building Material on Hand.
OFHCB AND RESIDENCE ■
Winnipeg    Avenue
PHONE   18
Parties lutendtllft to build ivl.l elec well to ccen-
mil inc.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE
i-:xi-i.|siiir, Greenwood and Bxehange .Mineral
rlieims, ullmiti, hi Hi,. Oeeiei.l l-'eick-   Minim: III-
vttlnn eel Vein- Dlltrlot,
Whom Located:  hmm'reek I'ltnip nnd Kind
of original Mineral ntatm.
TAKK   NOTICE Hint l,  It.  A.   Ilceeelc.-rneli. in,
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Probably no part of the northwest
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than is British Columbia, for fruit of
quality. Exhibits of rosy cheek apples from the Canadian territory are
not as large as those from Oregon,
Washington and states directly interested in apple growing. The plate
displays of towns uncle,- the jurisdic*
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prize winners in the list to carry away
portions of the $35,000 offered.
Tliere are 25 exhibits from
exhibition of apples ever held" said frequent desire to urinate) espeoiully
Mr. Crossly, "It   is   simply   great." j at   night;1 painful   and   discolored
Mr. Crossly recently sent from the urination,, are    readily   overcome,
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Banana apples to King Edward.   The j     Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
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his majesty.
At 1 o'clock Monday morning the
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was made, starting from the main entrance to the buildings on Second
Avenue. The parade was led- by a
squad of police, followed by the apple
show band of 40 pieces and 10 carriages in which rode Louis W. Hill,
president of tbe apple show. Governor
Mead, M. E. Hay Lieutenant-Governor elect,  Mayor  Moore,   Hon.   Miles
various | p,,:,,,^,.^ E  Cartier Vandissel, and
parts of British   Columbia, many of
them being in the armory in the plate
contests but seveoal being entered for
other contests and situated in the
main building. Here there are ex
hihits from Nelson, Summerland,
Kaslo, Victoria, Grand Forks, Kelowna, Sunnyland and Spences Bridge
There was a large attendance at the
opening this morning, among the
crowd being many prominent fruit
growers and dealers from all sections
of the country. Chicago was represented by several fruit growers and
merchants, among them were, Daniel
J. Coyne and George N. Shaw of the
big commission house oi Coyne Bros,
of that city.
* William Crossly of the firm of
Crossly and Sons, fruit growers and
dealers, having houses in New York,
Boston, Liverpool and Glasgow, was
an interested spectator at the opening
of the show.    "This is the
many other leading citizens who have
labored for the success of the apple
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Mi.ny a vain woman has tried in
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cultivation ofthe laud in euch year for three
years.
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deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a
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li.f>6liacres shull bo leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rute of five cents
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Cr. Pk-rc-'!: i>'iir.i-f Ptllcl, Airliice; atlli natural »owe/ tnonmomt oact < Ay,
IGn.erninont, and result in the withdrawal of all further favors and the
deportation of all Kant Indians fonnd
to he publie charges.
The evidence of yesterday afternoon
when J. B. Harkin, Dominion government commissioner, and other officials visited the temple were at first
serio-comic in their nature, hut suddenly approached a startling climax
which, for a few seconds, seemed to
narrowly approach un inipromtu uprising nu the putt of the two hundred
Kust Indians who resented what they
c'liuuied was an insult delivered by
Dr. Mvnro to Teja Singh.
Il
1A1FII 0   kXWV llPI ,1/'f0l"fch *m'an hour, left timid victorious
tlalll  ol   rlSls     illll   I 1 "bouts from t'lli Hindus in the upper
liliiJIUiJ  flilL  lULI    tempie     A  few moments after they
- j promised  to he er the report.    On re-
! assembling in  the lower  room,  Teja
Lively Meeting at VailCOllVer [Singh declared   that  the  conference
_       , ,      ' would not be binding as the room *as
Between Mr. Harkm aud   j not sa01.eii.  A hot diaput0 aroaa be.
the SlkbS tween immigration officer Munro and
I Teja in which   tpany  Sikhs, arose as
  — I though to defend "the latter.     Finally
commissioner Harkin said  evidentty
Dominion    Official   and   the   the Hindus did not want to hear  the
report and IdftjjftJ'ing that  hereafter
Hindu Leader Have a
Hot Dispute
th* IMernc^SlLjJlPuld deport Hindus
coining undeLtttp immigration act.
"In the firstjplace we will  not remote) o»r sbgjjs.. In the second  place
Vancouver, Dec. 7.—Differences be- *•» ***** not .gy^ you a chance of say-
tween Dominion officials and Hindus ing »• invatjs^°ur temple in an at
over the project of the former to re- te»>P» t° forcyppu to leave British
move the latter to Hondnras reached Columbia. We have come here by
an acute stage yesterday and nearly appointment, apt! we shall meet you
ended in a clash between the Sikhs in th« lower Bart of your building as
and the white delegation. The Hin- , we met you before, or the commission-
dus, led by Teja Singh, who has now er will be compelled to report to the
assumed the leadership, outwitted the Dominion Government that you re-
officials who did not give a report of 'used, upon a .technicality, to hear his
the conditions in Honduras arranged report.
for delivery at the meeting in the| That was the ultimatum sent to
Sikh temple. Teja Singh demanded' Teja Singh yesterday afternoon while
that the deputation should come into the Sikh leader, acting as priest, was
the sacred portion of the edifice to j conducting serviees in the upper or
hold the deliberations, but eommis-1 sacred part of the temple. It was
sioner Harkin's advisors warned him the refusal of Teja Singh and the two
that such action would lead to re- hundred Sikhs and Hindus assembled
ports in India that Canadian officials to depart from what they claimed to
had entered the holy precints to force be a custom handed down through
Hindus to emigrate. The deputation, misty ages that will in nil probability
after sending word to Teja back  and  arouse the wrath  of   the   Dominiun
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore
for 1905, 1906 and for the past week:
shipments of  Boundary mines
Granby Mines, Phoenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Snmmit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro, SummitCamp	
Bonnie Belle, Deadwood	
Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix.
Idaho, Phoenix	
Rawhide, Phoenix	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Mountain Rose, Summit	
AthelBtan	
Senator, SummitCamp	
Morrison, Deadwood	
Sulphur King,Summit	
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Big Copper, West Copper	
Riverside	
Carmi, West Pork	
Stilly, West Fork	
Rambler. West Fork	
Butcher Boy, West Fork	
Duncan	
Prov idenee, Greenwood	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Golden Eagle 	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp	
Last Chance, Skylark Camp	
E. P. U. Muie, Skylark Camp...
Bay, Skylark	
Mavis, Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous f»	
1907
013,537
135,001
208,821'
1,712
18.27 +
14,481
43,295
12,253
64,173
31,270
31,258
1908
968, Hi I
35.17G
281,134
Post Week.
16,465
3,140
10,277
64,100
340
5,780
10,740
3.802
530
120
649
"ot
'tis
40
700
20
55
60
224
30
80
50
■245
90
Total, tons  1,148,237
Smeller Treatment—
Granby Smelter        037,626
B. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter ;.       341,952
Dominion Copper Co.'s Smelter        153,439
Total Treated  1,133,017   1,258,983
1,341,787       30,222
931,038
311,82,4
22, Out)
18,799
12,604
We give particular attention to remounting diamonds and we promise
that any gem set by us will be skillfully, artistically and securely mounted. All repairs—whether cm watches
or clocks or jewelry—aro given especial care, our charges are the lowest
consistent with the high grade work
we do.—Morrison, the Jeweler.
For   Sale—150 acres of good fruit
land.    Apply this oflice.
Victoria Seat Is Protested
A formal petition has 'been filed
at Victoria protesting the return of
G. H. Barnard as member for that
city in the House of Cotnmohs.
The petition is a long one and sets
ont a series of allegations regarding
the ^manner in which his election
was secured, and asking in consequence that the election be declared
void.
The petition charges a long list
o! corrupt acts on the part of the
Conservative organization. The petition was filed by Colonel Gregory,
acting for Hon. Win. Templeman.
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ORNAMENTAL
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TREES
Donaldson's cofl'ee at 3 lbs. for
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For Sale, Cheap—A course of bookkeeping in the 1. C. S. Apply at this
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Granby Coii«iilldateel-Copper...tl5,IHJ0,0cJ0     im.lJIHI $100 $1,620,000 c?3,5ils,0S0 lice. IMS $9,110
Ceirllioo MoKllmey-Uold     1,00,000  LBMOO     $1   546,881 Feb. 1904     .00
Providence-Silver        200000       81000      $8         16.000 88,224 Sept. 1806
U. C. Copper-Copper  8,000,0110    803,000     $5           201,200 Sept. 1901     .04
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in Octoher.
We carry the most fashionable stock
of wedding stationery in the Bonn
daty country. Antl we are the only
otlice in this section that have the
correct material for printing it. Tlte
8un job office.
Before closing your contract for
reading matter for the coming year,
rijad the tempting clubbing offer we
make on the third page.
- Show cards for widnows and inside
are a fine form of silent salesmen.
Make them brief, terse and pointed.
Print them plainly, to be-read at a
glance.
We have some of the highest grade
paper and stationery for up-to-date
commercial printing every brought to
the Boundary,   bun Job Office.
Agents Wanted—16x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures one cent each,
You can make 400% profit or $36 per
week. Catalogue and samples free.
Frank W. Williams Co., 1208 W,
Taylor St., Chicago, 111.

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