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Sixth Tear-No. s
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, November 16, 1906
Semi-Weekly—$1.00 Per Year in Advance
BIG Ul DEAL
West Kootenay People Pay
$17,000 for Land In This
Valley
Will Install an Electric Pumping System for Irrigation*!
Purposes
A real estate deal of considerable
magnitude, likewise of great importance to the future farming and fruit
raising industries of the valley, was
closed last Tuesday, when Lorn
Campbell, manager of the West
Kooteney Power company, purchased
the Top ranch, situate about a mile
and a half south of the city, owned
by Mrs. Perkins and consisting of
57 acres, for $7000 cash; also
the old Miller ranch, consisting of
160 acres and adjoining Al. Traunweiser's ranch, for $10,000 cash.
The deal was negotiated by Mr. Al.
Traunweiser, proprietor of the Yale
hotel. Mr. Campbell* purchased the
Top ranch on behalf of W. M.
Doull, son of the president of the
West Kootenay Power company,
This place is all under cultivation.
Mr. Campbell bought the old Miller
ranch, of which about fifty acres are
under cultivation, for himself.
Mr. Campbell selected his purchase here alter hunting, for land
all through the Kootenays and other
districts. He declares that this is
the garden spot of the province for
ranchers, as wild land here is ready
for the plow as soon as purchased,
In other sections it requires half a
lifetime to clear the land of timber
or rocks.
. The purchasers will instill an
electric pumping system for irrigation purposes in the spring. It is
this phase of the deal thut curries
with it a great deal of importance lo
the community, as it may be the
means of solving a vexed problem.
Survey Officer's View on
Franklin Camp
Ottawa, November 15th, 1908 —
In 1900 Mr. R. W. Brock, of the
geological survey, whose name is so
well known in connection with the
geology and mining industries of the
Kootenay district, made an examination of the Franklin camp, situated up
the north fork of the Kettlo river,
about 45 miles from Grand Forks-
After describing the gold-bearing
rocks of tlio district Mr. Brock gave
particulars of the more promising
claims, especially the Banner and McKinley, and spoke encouragingly of
the prospects ui d possibilities. At
the time of Mr. Brock's visit the camp
was considerably hampered by two
difficulties—1st, that of transportation,
being three days from Grand Forks,
and, second, that bug-bear, which is
so often the reason of delay in devel
opment in mining camps, namely, the
ridiculous prices put on their claims
by prospectors, who seem to think
that because a lode happens to con-
tain a valuable mineral it necessarily
contains it in paying quantity.
Mr. Brock has lately returned from
a visit to this camp and his views on
it will shortly be included in the summary report of the geological survey
whose director has, it is understood,
decided to bring the report out as
soon as possible after the return of
the field officers, instead of publishing
it in June or July of thc following
year, when it has lost half its value.
Mr. Brock in very well satisfied with
the progress that has been made in
the camp during the last five years.
Tho McKinley, whiah has probably
had $30,000 expended on it, and the
Banner are still two of the of the
principal mines and are under development by a company, while the
Gloucester, which at the time of Mr.
Brook's visit was only down fifteen
feet, has been taken over under bond
by the Dominion Copper company.
In gtneral tho ores carry only a
small value in gold, although the
Gloucester ore is reported to carry
nearly 86, a proportion sufficiently
large to be treated as a hy-product if
there are no chemical difficulties.
Several small companies are doing
a little work on the Maple Leaf and
other groups, and a number of ptos-
peetors are bu*y on their claims.
The two above mentioned initial
difficulties have disappeaied or at
least are disappearing. The camp can
now be reached in a day from Grand
Forks and a railway is being constructed from that place, which will
naturally considerably reduce mining
expenses.
Moreover, the prospectors have
brought their ideas of prices and values down to a business basis, and
have realized that the mine purchaser
of today wants something more for his
money than merrly a hole iu tbe
ground.
Mr. Brock sums up his views of the
camp in the following words: 'While
none of tho claims are yet past the
prospeot stuge) though the McKinley
is developing satisfactorily), and none
have been proved to any considerable
depth, the camp possesses Home of the
earmarks of a mineral-bearing district.
Additional discoveries are extremely
probable, and there seems to be a
reasonable prospect of something in
the eamp developing into a mine.'
NEWS OFTHE CITY
A  Substantial Amount Has
Been Subscribed for New
Skating Rink
Local
Smelter and Railway
i
Employees Contract Saskatchewan Gold Fever
About 'S'1,400 has now been secured
by the rink committee, and it is expected to have the amount necessary
to build subscribed with little difficulty. The grading for the rink site
will be finished this week, when the
erection of the building will in all
probability be commenced *at the
earliest moment.
Wm. Mclntyre, a C. P. R. trainman employed on the Phot-nix ore
train, left last Wednesday for the
new gold fields al Bierling, Sask.
He represents a syndicate of smelter
and railway employees, and if tbe
present reports regarding the richness of the strike are correct, he will
endeavor to secure some properties.
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist Church—There will
be no services on Sunday, owing to
the opening of the Baptist church.
The Sunday school will meet at'! p.m.
E. Manuel, pastor.
The Hindus still continue to arrive in the city- A couple of carloads have been landed here from
the coast during the past week.
Nearly the required number of
names have been secured for
the organization of a fniiners'
institute here. Those who wish to
join should leave their names 'with
Farmer Peter A. Z, Pure.
Thos. B. Wall and H. H. Verge,
of Wall Bros. & Creelman, who have
the-contract for the construction of
he two Kettle Valley line bridges,
were in the city last night looking
over the ground. They returned to
Greenwood at noon today. They expect to start work on the Third
street on the 20th inst., as pievious-
ly announced.
Tuesday evening from an cxlenned
tour through the eastern states.
During their month's absence they
visited New York, Philadelphia, I
Chicago nnd a number of other large
cities. They state that they thoroughly enjoyed the trip.
Goo. A. MacLeod mude a bushier*'
trip to the Okanagan district this
week.
Oropatkin, one the oldest Indians
on the reservation, died at Danvilfe
last Wednesday of extreme alcohol
ism. Arrangements were made to
ship the body to his late home in
Marcus yesterday, but the Great
Northern refused to accept it without a doctor's certificate of death.
Julius Ehrlich, manager for P.
Burns & Co. at Greenwood, was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Jack Riley, of Seattle, is training
at the athletic club rooms in this
city for a boxing contest in Phoenix
next Monday night with Btrney
Mullen, champion of Prince Edward
Island.
Three hundred Hindus arrived in
Victoria by the steamer Tartar this
week and are being examined by
quarantine officers. The trade unions
of that city are said to be up in arms,
and mass meetingr are being held to
consider the situation.
MINING RECORDS
The collieries of the Crow's Nest
Pass Coal company, at Coal Creek
and Michel resumed operations on
Wednosday. The same morning a
meeting was held by the Michel miners and they decided to act on the
instructions of representative Burke
and accept the settlement made by
him and return to work. About 90
men went to work, and between 60
and 70 moro presented themselves for
duty on the morning shift nt Coal
Creek, and applications are received
ilaily. Sherman, it is said, has
threatened that if president Mitchcl
supports Burke's action in calling oil'
the strike he will proceed to organize
a new union.
The city council has been asked
to subscribe for 400 copies of a holiday publication at 25 cents each.
Similar requests bave been made of
former councils, and once or twice
the proposition has been entertained,
at a cost of about jSlOO to the ratepayers. The result has invariably
be n that the city offices have been
supplied with expensive literature
for kindling fires after the invest
ments. It is not likely that the
present instance would prove an exception were the offer accepted, us
the office of city mailing clerk has
not yet been established. To distribute the papers in the city would obviously do no good from an advertising standpoint. We do not, therefore, believe that the people's mfiney
should be expended in this manner.
Private individuals can do wbat
they please with their flash,
Arthur 11, Napper, one of the
ilost ..popular young clerks in the
city, has severed his connection with
the "N. L. Mclnnis coinpany, and will
remove to Greenwood, where ho has
secured a position with tho Hunter-
Kendrick compatf v. Mr. Napper and
his estimable wife will be greatly
missed by their numerous friends in
this eity
The innnngeiiii'titMl the Clnrendprj
restaurant changed bands ihis week,
John Skallerod taking charge. The
new manager formerly conducted
the Granby boarding house near the
smelter, and is well and favorably
know by all the employees there.
A. B. W. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby Consolidated,  and Mrs. Hodges,   returned
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government oflice at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Eorks mining division, from Nov.
2 to November 15, inclusive.
CROW!* GRANTS
. Annie Lee, Wellington camp, Wm.
E George \, Thos S Edwards \, Edward T Wickwire 8-4; Chicago,
Brown's camp, Clinton A S Atwood;
Hopewell, Summit camp, Dougald
Mclnnis 6-8, Thos Roderick 1-8, Geo
W Rumberger 1-8.
RECORDS OF LOCATIONS
Riverside, Franklin camp, E Bunting; Cromo, Granite mountain, partly
a relocation of the Josie, A W Johnson; Alaska fraction, Franklin camp,
Harold J Birnie; Grand Forks, Wellington camp, F C Bailey; Greenwood,
Wellington camp, F C Bailey; Midway, Wellington camp, F C Bailey;
Centre Star fraction, Summit camp,
A L Rogers! Del Monte, Franklin
camp, John Holm.
CERTIFICATE OF WOUK
B. C. fraction No. H, Summit camp,
It H Anderson; St. Joseph, Central
camp, Heniy Johnson; E. S. fraction,
Brown's camp, Evans et al.; Jasper,
Pathfinder camp, Jos Pringle; Twilight, Franklin cump, J B Fee; Noonday,' Franklin camp, Watlin et al.
CONVEYANCES
All Lnpky Shot, Summit camp, M
II Key to 6 W Rumberger; all E. 8.
fraction, Brown's camp, D G Evans
to Joe Pringle; 1-4 Big Raymond,
East Fork, nortli of Kettle river, Sal-
vator Bonnaeci to P W Horr;l-4 Ju-
ditta, McKinley camp, Salvator Bonnaeci to P W Herr; J White Pino, £
Mineral Hill, Weleher mountain, J C
Butler to T Waldon; all Anna, Wellington camp, A L Rogers to G W
Averill; 1 Cromo, Gianito mountain,
August W Johnson to Chas E Peterson; nil Munster, Franklin camp, Geo
A MacLeod to M S Langly; all Munster. Franklin camp, M S Lnngly to
J S C Fraser; 1-4 Blue Jay, Franklin
Has Been Completed and Is
Now Being Operated at
Full Blast
Cost About $25,000--Twelve
Men at Present Given Constant Employment
The Boundary Iron Works, located in the West end of the city,
are now being operated at full blast,
the buildings having been completed
last week under the supervision of
Wm. Carter, wbo had charge of tbe
construction work. The plant consists of two buildings—a pattern
shop and a furnace building. The
pattern shop is 30x40 feet, and some
of the latest pattern-making machines have been installed and are
now in daily operation. Other machinery for this department are expected within a few dnys. Four or
five men are constantly employed
in this room.
The furnace building is 80x42
feet, and, like the pattern shop, is
constructed entirely of corrugated
iron. It is equipped with two cupolas, or iron furnaces, and two
brass furnaces, together with a black-
smithing outfit and iron and steel
working machinery. The smokestacks for this building were manufactured by the Grand Forks Steel
Structural Works, the first work of
this kind ever turned out in the
Boundary. Eight men are employed in this building, bringing the
total number of the present force up
to twelve.
Messrs. Brown and McKie, the
proprietors of the works, estimate
the cost of the plant as it stands today in the neighborhood of $25,-
000. It is the largest plant of its
kind in the interior of the province,
and at present is doing all the work
for the three Boundary smelters.
With the development of our mining and smelting industries, tbe
plant will undoubtedly grow to immense proportions.
Jerry From Kerry
Jerry from Kerry is a funny musical farce comedy and vaudeville attraction, Jerry from Kerry, in which
that cheerful, comic character is the
eentral figure, is to be presented at
the opera house next Thursday night.
The interest in the laughable, diverting and humorous incidents, events
and happenings of this comedy never
ceases or Hags, and its success has
been little short of amazing. Undoubtedly the profuso comedy it contains lias bad much to do with securing popular favor, and the scenes and
adventitious incidents hustling in animated action, bristling in effervescent
humor, bubbliug with unadulterated
mirth and permeated with startling
novelties, quaint originality in catchy
music, and elaborate costuming and
presented by a caste of tho very best
and highest salaried artist*) possible to
secure, have all contributed to its
pheiiominal success. . This company
also carry their own uniformed band
and orchestra, which is  a special fea-
$
camp, I) W Matheson to A L Rogers I tul'e*   Remember the date, Thursday,
and Like D Walford. November 22nd.    Prices, 7f-c and |1,
mmmml Don't Go
To Spokane
To buy a watch or a present
for the lady. In the line of
watches we have an assortment
that is unexcelled, at prices
not to be beaten there or any-
wlie*,e.
WE SELL FOR 4.50
A fine 7 jeweled movement In
dust proof case, just the thlnir '
for a working man. For $10
we ca" supply you with a first
rate movement in a 20-year
case, and for higher priced
watches u visit to the store Is
thc only thing necessary to convince you as to valuef*.
NOTHING   IS 'APPRECIATED BY THE LADIES
so much as a diamond ring.
We (have them from SIS upwards; also a nice assortment
of Blaoelett, Lockets, QUtttdl
aud Necklets.
Watches, Clocks, Typewriters, Cash Registers,
Guns, etc., repaired, and
prompt delivery guaranteed
J. A. HARTLEY iB!. CO.,
Expert Watchma*kers,'Jewellers
and Opticians,
FIRST SIREET, OPPOSITE FOSTOFFKE
®lj*? -Eb-mittg &utt
Published at Grand Forks, British Columbia,
Every Tuesday and Friday Evenings.
.Editor and Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION BATBS !
$1.80
1.00
One Year	
One Year (in advance)	
Advertising rates furnished on applloatln
Legal notices, 10 and 5 oents per line.
Address all communications to '
The Evening; Sun,
Phone B74 Grand Fohks, B.C.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16,   191)6
The Victoria Week, which should
be well informed on this subject, says:
■ The Liberal press has been predicting a provincial election,' at any time
during this fall. The Colonist said
today that it would probably occur
within the next six months. The
Week ventures a prediction that an
official announcement will be made in
less than three days, an'd that the
election will take plaee within a
month thereafter."
Settlement of Fernie Strike
The most important action taken
at the second day's session in Minneapolis of the '2iith annual convention of
the American Federation of Labor,
was the reference to the convention of
11)07 of the matter of the adoption of
a universal label design. The cigar
makers, printers and hatters led the
opposition. President Pompers' plan
of creating a political party out of the
combined union strength was adopted
by the convention, who approved the
report of first vice-president .lames
Duncan, in which he sanctioned the
policy of Mr. (jumpers. Mr. Duncan's report showed that the Federation's camp grand, fund amounts to
SUOoli. A resolution tn adjourn at
Saturday nnnn until Monday wns carried. It was the largest informal
gathering incident to the convention.
The Auditoriuml which scuts nearly
8000 person, wns tilled with friends
of labor. \dilicsscs were made hy
Samuel Qompers, president of the
American Federation; John Mitchell,
president of the United Mine Workers of America, and ,1. H. Duncan,
first vice-president of the American
Federation,
The following is a iiiemuiuinluiii of
t'le terms of the settlement:
1, Thomas Burke, noting for I'ri'-i-
dent Mitchell, and sent to Fernie by
him to sottlo the strike, find that the
Crow's Nest Fuss Coal iiompuny was
p-omisod by the conference committee,
which signed and framed the agreement of May -•'>. 1005:
(a) That tliere would be no refusal
to work with lion union men,
(li) That the issue of the closed
shop would not-be raise I.
(o)   That President Mitchell would
not permit a strike for any such purpose.
(d) That it • was relying on the
faith of those promises that the discrimination was, in the previous
agreement, omitted from the agreement of the 23rd of May, 1905. I
further say that President Mitchell,
had he been advised of the aforesaid
promises, would not have ordered a
strike or sent his telegram dated
September 11, IDOli, It is, therefore,
agreed between myself and General
Manager Lindsay, acting for the
Crow's Nest Pass Coal company:
First—That there shall be no discrimination by union ...en against
non-union men or refusal to work
with them.
Second—That all men who joined
the United Mine Workers of America
since September Uth, 1905, and sign
ed to deouct dues under Article 5, on
or after the said date, nre released
from the said organization, and their
signatures to such orders shall be and
are cancelled, and they may reiiin
and resign at their option.
Third—That the moneys collected
for the union by the company for dues
in October from the September payroll shall be paid over to the union.
Fourth—That inasmuch as the
present check-off order does not last
for the life of the agreement' a new
check-off order is to be prepai ed and
substituted for it, which shall last for
the, life of the agreement and this,
when signed, the company will' accept.
Tift—All men are to go hack to
work.
Dated Ternie, Nov. 12, 190G.
Signed by G. G. S. Lindsey and
Thomas Burke.
Witness— ll. VV. Coulthard.
QRAND FORKS OPERA HOUSE
One Night Only .
THURSDAY, NOV. 22
"Jerry
Frr****
K
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Company
PATTEN 8 FLETCHER,
Owners and Msnsjlcrs
20--PEOPLE--20
Our Motto-Glean,   Refined and
Moral High-Glass Comedy
Great Distress In Her Throat
Not an uncommon experience was
that of MrB. H. S. Wilmot of Shuler,
N. S. Doctors failed, still a quick
cure was found in "Catarrhozone."
Notice this statement:    "I have been
most dreadful sufferer from bronchial trouble and tatarrh. On damp
days I would hawk anp suffer great
distress in my throat. I used all kinds
of medicines but didn't get permanent
relief till I used Catarrhozone. It
has strengthened my throat, cured my
cough and made me entirely well"
Refuse substitutes for the one reliable
bronchial and throat cure. All dealers sell Catarrhozone in  25c  and  $1
The preliinin ry trial of James A.
Dale, under arrest for the murder of
Peter Godereau and Joseph Celle, at
Caruii, on October 14 th, opened in
Greenwood Wednesday afternoon,
the prisoner being taken from this
city. He was committed for trial at
the spring assizes.
Don't fall to see and hear the uniformed band and orchestra of solo
musicians with the Jerry from Kerry
company, Thusday, Nov. 22nd.
A rival social between committees
of ladies and gentlemen will he held
in the Methodish parsonage on Monday evening. Nov. 19.
\V. M. Wolverton, the Oiisc-nle
merchant, wus a visitor in the city
yesterday.
There will be a social dance at the
Wityside hotel, near Columbia, this
(Frul.n) celling. A goal tinnl is
assured every one who attends,
J, 8. Jost, the telephone man, is
visiting in Vancouver this wel;. He
will be accompanied by his fami.y on
his return to this city.
"Our Boys" at the opera house  to*
morrow night.
The Greenwood Amateur Dramatic society will play -'Out' Utnr,"
in the Grand Forks opera house on
November the 17th, under the i.u-
spices of the Catholic church.
Cause ui sure Feet
Examine them carefully and you'll
probably find corns. Whether hard,
soft or bleeding, apply Putnam's Corn
Kxrnotor. It s painless, it's sure, and
above all quick to act. Insist on only
"Putnam's"
The Funniest Show
Since ' Time Began
A show that will amuse the
young and old, a show that is
recommended by the clergy,
press and publio of two countries, a show that carried a uniformed concert band and orchestra.
,   DON'T MISS IT
PRICES   -  -   75c AND SI.OO
Flsn st OsuslPlsce
-Baptist Church
Rev. F. W. Auvache, pastor. Reopening services on SundaJ? at 11 a.
in. and 7:30 p.m. Rev. W. T, Stack-
house, superintendent of missions, will
preach. Special music. Mrs. Shanks,
of Nelson, will sing. A welcome to all.
R. H. Trueman, the well known
Vancouver photogher, is now located at Blome's old studio on
BliUge srreet.' He will remain in
the city but for a-short time, and
this is your only opportunity to secure first-class photos for the holiday season.
Elaborate preparations are being
made by Grand Forks Union No.
180, W. F. M., for their "smoker,"
which is to be held in the opera
house on Tuesday evening, November 20th. The event is gotten up as
a celebration of the first anniversary of the eight-hour day in the
Granby smelter. A good program
of songs, recitations and dances has
been. arranged, and a three-round
boxing exhibition by Billy Bunting,
of this city, and Barney Mullen,
champion of P. E. I., will be one
of the strong drawing cards. The
music will be furnished by the
Grand Forks band. A good time is
ssured those who attend.
Oh, For a clear Complexion!
A clear complexion is the outward
evidence of inward' cleanliness. In
bad health the face becomes a sign-
hoard, telling of disease within. If
yellow, bile is not properly secreted;
if pallid, the kidneys: are faulty; if
skin is murky and dark circles beneath the eyes, look for constipation.
Whatever the cause, no remedy compares with Dr. Hamilton's Pills which
are mild, safe, puril'i ing and vitalizing in their action'. Thev give a mar
velnus rosy tint to the cheeks, brighten the eyes aud establish health that
defies aae and disease. Sold everywhere in 25c boxes.
NOTICE
JkiOTICK   Is hfTfhy given t,'»t  thirty flay*
■- iiftup iliitp I Intend niahliiK application
to tne Otitef GotmplMloiMU- uf Un<ln mul
Wurk*-fnr a riwoIqi lloenne to cut nml remove tlnilipr from tin* follow iit-.*- i1i><.--ril-i--l
In mini (,'<iniineii--hi(r nt thi, pout, located on
the wist bunk of SuVHjre ureelt- u went hrum-li
nf the North Fork orKottlo river, at ft point
7ft feet loutneait of where a landslide or dry
wii-li cii'i'i*. Haiti oreek from the west si-It',
ami wIipmi n small jam on-pnud h formed on,
ami iikoiit three miles from the mouth of
•aii! creek: thenco ruiiniiifir west 40 cliahiN;
t.ipticeMouth m. chains; thence emit Ml chain*.;
thence nortli Wl ohatllll tlieiiue west in ■•hums
to -ilar.' of heftlimltijr- poiituinliitrtHM ncres.
Located this 20th dny of Octnhpr, 11HK7
■1. K. MAJOR, Locator.
NOTICE
NOTl<*K In hereby given that thirty days
after dnte I intend mukiiifr application
to thi' Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for n sin-rial license to cut and re
move timber from the following described
lands: Cuinmeiir'ioK* at this post, located on
the cits t bank of Suva ire creek, u west branch
of the North b'ork of Kettle river, at a point
"■ feet southeast of where a l.m.lslide or dry
wash enters suid creek Iron) the west aide,
and where n small jam and pond informed on.
and about three miles from the mouth of
-aid creek; thence runnlnir west 40 chains:
thence north SOuhuins, thence cast 80 chains:
thence south 80 chains; thence west 40 chains
to place of beet nn in-j, cuntainiiiL,' 640 acres.
Located thUSSOtliiVy of October, 1906,
J. J\ MAJOR, Locator. ,
This Tonic Builds Up
Many medicines stimulate, break
down, leave you worse than ever.
Fen ozone is different—it's a blood
former, a nerve strengthened a bodybuilder. Pule anaemic girls are given
color and vigor. • The tired and sleepless are strengthened and restored,
"better than all tonics I found Ferrozone," writes Mrs. E F Castleton of
\\ oodstock. "I was completely run
down, cheeks were blanched, lips
white and hud every sign of anaemia.
Ferrozone added to my weight, gave
me strength, ambition and good
health." Nothing better; try Ferrozone yourself, 50c per box at all dealers.
Throe quart hollies of Nelson beer
for 50c, at the Lion Bottling Works.
COOK — Besiresposition   either   in
i "'town or country.   Apply at L. John
son's Cleaning House.
Stoek Certificates printed at The
Sun job oflice.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RATES
The Northern Pacific railway announce the very low rate of *?58.50
from Spokane and common points to
Kansas City, Mo., and return on Nov.
14 and 18, account of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress. Going
limit ten days from date of sale anil
filial return limit thirty days from
date of Bide. ' Stop-overs allowed in
both directions. A small additional
charge  to return through California.
The Northern Pacific railway will
on January 14 and 15 sell round trip
tickets from Spokane' and common
points to Denver, Colorado, and return
at the very low rate of "foO.OOjaccount
of tho American National Live Stock
Association. Going limit ten da; s
from date of sale and final return limit-
February 10, 1907. Stop-overs in
either direction will be allowed. A
small additional charge will be made
for return through California.
Further information will be furnisl -
3d by, A. D. Charlton, A. G. P.A.,
Portland, Oregon; G. A. Mittfholl,
Gen. Agt., Spokane; W. H. Ude, T.
P. A., Spokane.
j Largest Assortment i
Of New Goods ever brought to the city to select from. When
you want Clothes, come in and see what PRACTICAL TAILORS l"*e
doing before buying elsewhere.    We are selling
SUITS FROM $17.00 UP
OVERCOATS FROM$17.00 UP
PANTS FROM $5.50 UP
Guarantee Fit—and when we say fit, we mean what we say.
No trouble to show goods.
GEO. E. MASSIE
THE
RELIABLE TAILOR
LAWSON, BAKER & GEORGE
GENERAL GROCERS
We carry the largest stock in the city of everything needed for the kitcken, and our stock "is
always fresh, because we believe in quick sales nnd
small profits. Satisfaction assured. Prompt delivery.
Second Street
Phone No. 12
A, Erskine Smith & Co
IF YOU INTEND  TRAVELLING
To Franklin Camp by Stage, Private Vehicle, Freight Team or
Horseback, ask for our prices.
Bridge and First Sts
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND CURED
oMEATS
Fish and Game in Season
GRAND FORKS, B. C. Buy Your Wife
Her Supply of
Groceries
At our store. It will save tier a lot of inconvenience and hard work in
preparing your dinner, as we only handle the best of everything.
Everything for the kitchen. We advertise "The Best"—and we've
got the goods. The main factor in keeping the stock always fi'esh is
our Low Prices.
»miteCurne'oaf GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND BOOTS AND SHOES
It will pay you to inspect our goods in this department before
buying elsewhere. We can save you'money, and guarantee satisfaction.
I,
J. H. HODSON & CO.
Phone 30
Opposite G.P.R. Station
T"E palm
WALLACE I
CHALMERS
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of its kind in the city.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
SMOXERS'
SUPPLIES
RAiNEY'SGIGARSTORE
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
rlotel Valhalla
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS
Newly Refurnished Throughout.
First-Class Accommodations for
Transients. Smeltermen's Trade
Solicited. Terms Reasonable.
'Pablo 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
BSCYCLES
A Complete Line of 1906 Models.
Second-hand wheels always on
hand,   and   will  be sold cheap.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
THE COM-ORTAIIC WAV.
S. F. & N. RY.
Dally
Leave
10.10 i
5:13 p.m.
GRAND FORKS1
Dally
Arrive
Spokane, Seattle! I
Everett, llellln-*--
ham, Vancouver, |   5.05 p.m.
Victoria and all I
Coast polnta |	
Spokane, Fernie, ■
Wlnnipeir.St Paul |  5:05 p.m.
ami Minneapolis..
Northport, Rons- [
land, Nelson, Has-1 6:05 p.m.
Jo und Sandon.. ..J
Republic, Curlew
and Ferry (Mid*
way)
10:05 u.m.
6:20 p.m. I Phoenix, H.C. ... I   Uifa a.m.
GEO. CIIAPPLE,    Opposite Postotifcei
Con nneo ting   at Spnkune witli the famous
'ORIENTAL LIMITED"
2—Daily Overland Trains—2
From Spokane for Wtimlui-fi, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, St. Lout**, ChioaffO and all
polnti east.
For complete Information, rates,
berth reservation**!, etc., call ou or ad*
dress,
h. sbked;, A ■■■nt,
,    Grand Porks,
S. G. YEKRIJS, A.CJ. I'. A.,
Seattle.
Pacific
OFF. C.P.R. STATION
t First-Class In Every Respect.
Sample roras for commercial
Travelers.
Hot and Cold Baths.
BAR IK CONNECTION:
Finest Brands ol Wines,
liquors and Cigars.
CHAS. PETER!
M>a<—       arm
CHRISTMAS P
AS YOU LEKL IT
THAT* AWFUL KID!
Say, ma, I don't like sis a little bit*
Last night when she was sitting in
the dark
With him—you know she has a fad
to sit
That way—I thought that I would
have a lark,
And so I sneaked into the room and
hid—
But ma, that wasn't wrong for just
a kid!
Oh, dear, I can't remember all they
said.
But  anyhow,   I thought it   quite
enough.
It sounded,   ma,   like stoneB   you
have read
To me sometimes, of love and all
such stuff.
I simply got disgusted hiding there,
And started to crawl out, but tipped
a chair.
Oh, ma, you should have looked at
sis just then,
When she turned on the light, she
.   was so red!
I  was too scared  to stay  and so I
ran—
And oh, just think, today she hasn't
saiil
A word, and looks just like a  huri-
cane.
Say, do you think she will  be good
again?
Now, really, I am sorry in a way.
But then, you will not blame me,
ma, I'm sure.
It waB her fault; she had no biz to
say
They's go to Eholt on their wedding
tour!
If sis—but let her be, I sure don't
care.
I tipped that chair apurpose, ma, so
there!
KB£2BoWSWmmi.l
R. H. TRUEMAN, the well
known Vancouver Photographer,
will be at Blome's Old Studio,
Bridge Street, November 10th.
for a few days only
This Will be Your Only Opportunity to Secure
Christmas Photos
%J 11I1S  VV 111 u
figures may pot lie, but the man
who writes them often does.
At last the dust has been settled!
The man who would be wrong
for the sake of argument shouln't be
truslel in a boat.
The head end of winter has come
with both feet and a rain coat.
A man may bave a whole lot und
then not be happy—till he gets a
house on it.
Like a Thief Id the Night
That's how pain conies. We sit
near an open window, get stiff neck
or sore back. Perhaps cool off to
quickly after exertion —rheumatism
develops.
Spend w^at you may, but money
can't buy anything better than Pol-
son's Nerviline. Its penetrating pow
er enables it to reach deep tissues,—
that's why it cures aches that all else
can't tonch. For outward application
we guarntee five times more strength
than in any other liniment. Inwardly it is harmless and as sure as the
hereafter to ease at once. Don't accept a substitute for Poison s Nerviline which is the one great household
panacea of today.
FOE RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
with bath, near the smelter. Apply
Mrs. Ritchie's.
w
HEN Traveling to Franklin
Slop at the
VOLCANIC HOUSE
VOLCANIC B.C.
Firsl>Class Accommodations.
Finest Brand" of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars always
in stock,
R. A. Brown, Proprietor
ASSAYING
C.S.BAKER
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER AND ORE
SHIPPERS' AGENT
Samples Given Prompt Attention.
Correspondence Solicited.
CompI te Superintendence of Ore Shipments. |
P. 0. BOX 43 PHONE 53 |
RIVERSIDE AVE., GRAND FORKS, I
Foo Lee
Laundry
FINE LAUNDEHING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE  AND IRONED BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
<r
1-2 THE
===^
Windsor Hotel
Serves the most carefully prepared meals
anil the best brands
of wines, liquors and
cigars.
Finest Rooms In the City
i
First and Bridge Strests
SPOKANE OFFICE :
110   WASHINGTON     ST
WHITE FOR CATALOfiUE.
IC. MQCUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
FRANKLIN AND GLOUCESTER
==STAGE~
LEAVES
Winnipeg Hotel 7:00a.m.
Province Hotel. 7:15a.m.
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATOKDAVS :
FREIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING
To any part if the North >
Fork Couutry I
Saddle and Pack Horses
, uiid Feed Stable at upper end.
L. A. SNYDER. GRAND FORKS, B.C.
P. O. Box 97.
First Street
Grand Forks,B.C.
SIGN   OF  THE   BEST
Geo. Taylor
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
EXCAVATOR
ETC.
All Orders Given Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Geo. Taylor
General Contnu-r-m*.
Route of the famous nnd favorite
NORTH COAST LIMITED
3--DAILY TRAINS--3
1 —BETWEEN—
Spokane, Butte, Helena, Fargo,  Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Paul.
—A 1-80—
2-DAILY TRAINS--2
—BETWEEN-
Spokane, Billings, Denver, Omaha, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and St. Louis.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
PULLMAN, TOURIST SLEEPERS
and Dining Car Service on all Trains.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending a nketrh nnd inscription mny
quickly ascertiitn our opinion froo whether mi
Invention la probably piucni utile. Commanlcn-
„,.„. J prohabiy piitc- ..j 	
tionsrtrlctl jr coiiBden*...al., H ANDBMK_*» P««nU
special notice, without chnri-e,-in the
Scientific American.
A handsomely llliist™to-l weekly, f-wrwt circulation of any Bclentttto imirnal. Terms. $3 a
*rear: four iimuttia, |L Sold byall newsdealer-i.
 :Co.*36,Br»""«»'- New York
Offloe. eli V St., v/iublruiton. D. C.
H
Heavy nr.ii Ugh! Gray Work
Attended to Promptly
Pi'ssi!ii,;:.rs end Trunks to
and From All Trains
Xblmpbonk A129
FORKS TRANSFER COMPANY
RuTHEitFoitn Bnos., Pitops.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS made at St. Paul
and St. Louis in Union Depots foi all
points East and South-East.
To enable parties, wno so desire to visit
friends aud "relatives in the East during the
summer leaiouof-JB06, the NORTHERN PACIFIC will on JULY 2nd and Brd, AUGUST
Ttn, StHand 9th, and SEPTEMBER 8th and
l<*iis*'ll round-trip tickets from points In
this territory to Ctiicugd, St, Louis, Ht. Paul,
.Minneapolis, O'-hIih and Kansas City at one
lowest tirst dutis fiui' plus Ten Hollars, with
final return limit ninety days from date of
sale, but not beyond October 31st, 1D06.
Extremely low rntes are in effect from
Eebruary 15th tu April 7th and September
ISth to October 81st, 1908, front all points in
the Eu.-t to points in this territory. If you
desire to vend for a friend or relative on
these rates we tele-rntpli tickets to Eastern
[mints without extra cost. .
The NOTHERN PACIFIC have all aN-
nininerd very low round-trip rates from
itoinu iu the East to points In this territory,
and tickets will he rm sale from lime 1st to
September 15th inclusive, jiuul limit for return October :11st, lUWl.
•"'or further information uddrees any one of
undersigned,
A. D. Chaklton,    G.A. Mitchell
A.G. P. A., Gen. Afft.,
Portland,Ore.     Spokane, Wash.
\V. H. Udk,
Traveling.' ['assentier Agent.
SpoUaue, Wash ■
NOTICE
NOTIOE
In the matter of the "Lund Reglltr**** -Vet."
and in tin- ii utter id the Title tt) An undivided 'i Intorett in part of Lot 700, GroupT,
Osoyoos DivUlou, Yale District.
WHEREAS, Certificate of Title nf- Lloyd
A. Manly, Mm? Certificate of Title No.
7487a, to the above hereditaments, has heen
lost or destroyed, and application hns boon
made to mo for a duplicate thereof.
NOTICE in hereby pi von that a duplicate
Certificate of Title to tbe above hereditament.-- will he issued nt the expiration of
one mouth from the dnte hereof, unless iu
the meantime valid objection to the contrary bo mini" to mc In wrltlnir;.
W. H. EDMONDS,
District Re.*Irtrar.
Dated Soi'tember 10.1906.      Kannoops II.C.
The Lion Bottling Works are sell-
ing Gooderham & Wort's Rye Whiskey, the hest rye whiskey in Canada**
for $3.00 per gallon.
■vol'ICE ISIIEREHY tilvmithat the under-
'* sitfiipd, John''arlson, holder of an hotel
liquor license, for the Mfe Hotel, situate at
Fife Stut bin on the Columbia und Western
Railway, V111 at the lirst meetluir of thn I.i*
ceiiM) Ciimtni-i-.ium.ru for thn Grnnd Forks
LtceiiHO Di-strict, next after the lust publication uf this notice for itiidnys, npply to snid
License Cuiniiiis-tion'-iH to trunsf--r said hotel
Honor license for unld Fife Hotel to John
•Ju--Um-.ii of I'ifeuf.iri'Miid.
Dated ut Grand Forks, B.C., Uth September, 1908.
JOHN CARLSON
NOTICE
IN the matter of the "Lan I Rrslstry Act"
and In the matter of the title to Lot 10 block
ti 1'lan 52, In the City of Grand Forks, 11. C.
YVHKKKAS, Cerllllcate of title of William
Thump-urn, deceased, to the above hero-tit*
Hmeuti has been lost or destroyed, aud application has been made to me for a duplicate thereof.
NOTICE is hereby given that a duplicate
Certificate of title to the above hereditaments will he issue*i nt the expiration of
one mouth hereof, unless In the meantime
valid objection to the contrary be made time In writ hli*-*.
Dated 2.-nd September. 1908-
\V. H.EDMONDS,
Distri.-i Registrar.
Kamloopt, It. V
M
mmmmmmm SNAP—nine room house in the
North addition for sale eta bargain;
terms. Inquire of Geo. Found or at
The Sua office.
xm
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
Bicycles and Repaih Work—A
complete line of 1006 models. A few
second-hand wheels cheap. Wheels
to rent. Geo. Chappi.e, opposite
Postoffice, First street.
ITALSOkKpsiheniKW. Tli-™ will
be no old, dull looking furniture or
dingy woodwoik in homes where this
wonder-woikei is used. No refinishing oi
levsmishing necessary. «Liquid Veneer b
not » vsmiih, but a surface food and
cleaner that builds up ihe original finish
and makes it brighter than ever.
It instantly restores the brilliant newness
and finish of Pianos, Furniture, Picture
Frames, Interior Woodwoik, Hardwood
Floors and all polished, varnished or
enameled surfaces. Removes scratches,
stains, dirt and dullness.
A child can apply it. Nothing but a
piece of cheese cloth is needed and then
u no drying to wait for,
NEW SIZE PACKAGES
4-ounce bottle 25 eta.
12-ounce bottle 50 cts.
SOLD BY
W. K, 6, MANLY
GRAND   FORKS.  B. O.
You c_Are Next
o*t the
Palace Barber Shop
' Honing a
Gold in Saskatchewan
A dispatch from North Battleford,
Sunk., states  that gold in what ap-
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines
Kuzor Honing a Specialty.
P. A. Z. PARE, Proprietor
Victoria Hotel,
Bridge Street, lirand forks, B. C.
pears to be immeuse quantities has for l905j l906 an-*d for ti,e-pagt week:
been discovered in  Blerling,  a tank I 1905
station on  the C.  N. G., 42 miles Granby Mines, I'hoenix      653,889
west of there.    The   discovery was Snowshoe,   Phoenix '
made by an old   prospector named $»* Ude, ^W^..,.^...^......      174,567
HuK',w*- Brooklyn-Stemwinder, Phoenix        55,731
Hughes nent samples of dirt tukeri Idaho, Phoenix	
at random over a square mile of ter- Rawhide, Phoenix        25,108
COLUMBIAN    COLLEGE
! NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C,
Receive both Ladies and Gentlemen ai resident or day -students; hat* a complete Commercial or Business Course; prepare-* student to train Teachers' Certificates of all
trades; Blves tiie four years' course for the
B.A. degree, and the first year of the School
of Powliw course, in affiliation w ith tin- Toronto University; tins a special prosp-i tors'
course for miner who work iu IV. I (ruction !• alsu Kivi-'h iu Art* Mu-k-, Phy--.it al Cul-
Iture aud Elocution. Term opens Sept. 17,
1906. For - alendars, etc., address
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.
For Sale
cAT A
BARGAIN
s
That beautiful and centrally located property
belonging to P. T. McCalluin, being Lot A, Plan 76*;
Lot A,' Plan 72, and Lots 10 and 11, Plan 22, in the
city of Grand Forks, being adjoining and containing
in all three acres, more or less. There is erected on
this property a good frame dwelling house containing
ten rooms, with bathroom, pantries, closets, eto., together with summer kitchen and woodshed. There
is electric light, city and good well water, as well as
a never foiling* stream running throneh the property;
n gliinl orchard of apples, penis, plums, cherriesand
small fruits. Stable containing four stiills, together
with liny-loft, feed and carriage room.
Also 19 acres adjoining the Van Ness Addition;
several lots in the city, and 95 a°res situated nt
Ningara, on the North Fork of Kettle River, nn
which there nre ten ncres of meadow, some good timber, nml balance Al fruit land. Fisherman Creek
runs thniiijili tna**"prpperty; small cabin and good
outbuildings. Water record for 100 inches goes
with the place,.
An undivided one-half (i) interest in 160 acres
of range lnnd within two miles of the city.
For further particulars, prices, terms, etc., apply
to the owner,
T.
McCALLUM
Grand   Forks
¥
u c.
Providence, Greenwood.
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
Strathmore, Providence	
Preston, Skylark	
Prince Henry, Skylark	
Skylark, Skylark Camp..'.	
f.ast. Chance, Skylark Camp..,.
E. P. U. Mine, Skylark Camp..
Bay, Skvlnrk	
Minis. Skylark	
Don Pedro, Skylark	
Crescent, Skylark	
Helen, Greenwood	
Republic, Boundary Falls	
Miscellaneous	
Smelter Treatment—
'iranby Smelter....  687,988
ii. C. Copper Co.'s Smelter  220,830
Driininion Copper Co.'s Smeller  84,059
ritory to the assay office at Ottawa. ?,unset' Deadw---od .•■* -
t.   ....     .     ,    ,   .,   ...  ,   ,  Mountain Rose, Summit....
The report came back that it hiifl Elnmaj gummi't	
assayed $40 of the precious stuff to Oro Denoro, Summit Camp
the ton. Senator, SummitCamp	
According to Hughes the vein ex- Sulphur King, Summit	
tends for 10 miles, and is over a mile Winnipeg, Wellington	
wide    It lies in what is thought to Sgffii,
be the bed of an ancient river.   The gn]]y \yepj porij
prectous metal is found in a soft shell  Rambler, West Fork	
rock \\hich may lie placer mud. ! Butcher BoyL West Fork
The rock lies about 10 feet below the
surface. Hughes has been prospecting about the country for some
time. He kept his find carefully to
himself. Though for a month he has
known there was gold in the rock,
he did nol know of its quantity until the government assayer's report
came. He told several friends of the
find. He has staked out several
claims, and is now at work washing
the dirt.
North Battlefokd, Nov. 14.—
Rtporls from prospectors who
started early for Bierling after the
gold find, verify, and even magnify, former aeports. North Battlo ord,
which received the news skeptically,
is now in a fever of expectancy.
Many have already left for Bierling.
"Gold, gold." It is the sole topic
of every tongue, from clergymen to
school children. The wildest reports of rich finds are coming in
hourly. E. D. McLay, a railroad
mnn and former prospector, left on
Friday night, scoffing at the story.
He sent word into town tonight that
the dirt was very eich, and that he
had staked out forty claims for himself ind friends here. As a result a
syndicate was at once formed, headed by Town Councillor J. Simpson.
Money was hurriedly raised to buy
claims. A complete boringand chemical testing equipment was got together, and most of the company
members, with experts, will go to
Bierling. Blacksmith shops here
are overwhelmed trying to keep up
with the demand for mining tools.
Hughes, the railroad pumphouse
man at Bierling, made the find by
accident. A three-inch supply pipe
from tee slough stopped up. He dug
down to a joint, opened il and found
it choked with a mixture of black
sand and virgin gold in nearly equal
proportions. The pipe had panned
the flowing dirt with the pump's action. It is reported hereronight that
a rich strike of gold was made today
at Modison, six miles wesf of Bierling. The gold vein at Bierling contains 2fi square miles.
3,056
4,747
9,485
3,007
1,833
33
150
1908
718,408
6,606
90,269
124,054
1,980
19,890
43,320
2,667
11,617
6,404
Past Week
13,114
2,170
2,013
30
145
770
105
20
535
689
255
73
20
40
90
80
20
500
586
30
86
76
9
1,140
,16
140
20
15
509
462
462
165
99
30
60
20
20
171
Total, tons       933,548    1,029,534      18,689
751,464
99,116
190,022
14,50i
2,91'
3,222
Total treated       982,877   1,040,592     20,637
DRINK REPUBLIC BEER
The Purest and Best In tne City.
On Draught Exclusively* at
THE VICTORIA HOTEL
A Question Often Asked
Why so many people feel worse
after taking pill than before? Trouble
is tlmt drastic pills are used. No remedial action is obtained, tho bowels
'ire irritated and dreadful constipation
follows. In using Dr. Hamilton's
Pills you are scarcely conscious of
having taken medicine. Although
Dr. Hamilton's Pills do regulate the
bowels, stimulate normal action of the
glands, und create neither nausea,
griping or violent action, they are
very mild, positively guaranteed for
biliousness, indigestion, stomach, liver
and kidney ills. For a safe family
pill rely on Dr. Hamilton's; 25c per
box at ail dealers.
Second Hand Goods
BOUGHT AND SOLD
C»rpots Gleaned antl Laid.
Furniture Repuired, Upholstered and Cleaned, and
other jobs in the hoime-
cleaniiifr line.
Call or leave orders at
MILES' SECOND-HAND STORE,
N.*xt Door to Lion Bottling Works,
BRIDGE STREET
WeArePrepared
TO DO YOURj)
Job, Printing
\
BECAUSE
We have
The most modern jobbing plant in
the Boundary Country
Employ competent workmen, and
Carry a complete line of stationery
WE PRINT
Billheads and. Statements
Letterheads and Envelopes
Posters, Dates and Dodgers
Wedding Stationery
business and visiting cards
Lodge constitutions and by-laws
Shipping tags, circulars and placards
^Announcements and counter pads
And everything turned out in an
Up-to-date Printery"
Good Printing—the kind we do—is in itself
an advertisement, and a trial order will convince
you that our stock and workmanship are of the
best. Let us estimate on your order. We guarantee satisfaction.
We EVENING SUN
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