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The
Sun
r uMtutmne
Vol. i
GRAND FORKS CITY-COUNCIL ^
A new broom Sweeps clean, is an oft
repeated axiom. The new city council of Grand Forks takes hold like a.
newly honed razor. At the meeting
last night the affairs of the city were
given a general overhauling by wayo'
discussion, and preparatory steps were
taken ,to make improvements in various directions. The fire, police and
sanitary   departments   were  notified
MINER- IgSteSSSP^ "■ JAN' 38'   l9°9-
No, 71
THE TRAIL SMELTER
The lead and copper turnaces at the
Canadian Smelting Works, at Trail,
have been blown out and will remain
cold till the first of February or as,;
foor. thereafter as alterations,now well
under way, are completed. The old
sampler, with a maximum capacity
of 1000 tons in 24 hours is beiug replaced by a thorough   morderu   auto-
The New
WINNIPEG
HOTEL
jl. J ■ H, MP H RAY! p"r'o'p'"]|
L«MI_____|H IL«1LI._—_M——(C_M
that the heads thereof would  be   held I mntic   crusher   and   sampler of l5oo.
more strictly  to  the performance   «f 1 tons . capacity 'in   10' houis.   Sarface
the duties devolving on th>m.    Alder-' , ■ :■■
a.     .      ,      ,   .,   ..       ....        mason and carpemer gangs; with the
man   Sheiid.5   devoted  his   attention! r *-*:.*■
mainly to'fire matters. He .aid there I operators for ei«ht hand roasters, are
there should be two new sub fire sta-' if.e only men no* at work. The sur-
lions, one on Observation street be'-j face gang is clearing a site 460 yards
tween   Bridge street  aud   Winnipeg \ ,„_ t,„ J-.„ ^ q{ ^   ;,-    __
avenue, and one in the north addition. I ... -'•■•,'
,  .   . ,-]'., ,,        1    finery, on wh ch work is to be pushed
each to be supplied  with.small  reels j r
and 250 feet of hose,;aiid a bell worthy ! ahead   as   rapidly as   jbssible.    The
the name should be placed on the fire   sampler   is   being  rushed through, as
hall, with a system of electric alarms ; ,he Centri-^tar and War. Eagle mines
connected with it;  some official   con-', ■. r, •   ,'     , „. .  '■ 1 •
' at -Ko-isla' d expect to commence ship-
nected with the tin* department sh  old '
, ,   .      , ....      ,    ,    ping  on   a   larjje  scale as soon as the
be required  to  sleep  111  the fire hail,   v ' .
etc.    Alderman' Hammer paid his at- ! machinery is in operation.
Per Day.
Father-1 _t Lits iii Montreal.
teutions to the police  and  health  departments, saying   these departments'
should morn 'ullv realize „th.e  serious- j
ness of their duties ati(J*paj the strict-| , ,   '"~
est attention lo them., A financial re- ]    TU"e wiU '" dt'eP , H,,J  S^1 re-
port by Clerk Bowersbows the finances  «ret a,t the news that Rev. H. Irwin is
of the eity to b   in a tairly good condi-j dead.    The . news  was received, ■-ays
tisn, considering improvement expen-\h(, Coltl'iabiaii', in a letter from Arch-
ditures during the past vear, there be- i , ., . .,    .    ,. „
,. ,r:    ■ ■ deacon Small   to  a   resident ol  New
ing only a slight deficit. , j
Westminster, No details oT the melancholy'event are given .in the letter,
Ijpvond tlif fact that Mr. Irwin's death
occurredin a hospital 111 Moutrei1,
and that' both  of the deceased's' feet
II
Granby  company, statiilg   that thev
woujj'btj ibJitfed,toelos£ down  their
works oV the city   would have to dis
peiiBi»«ttll.itS-'-electric  lights,, as   the
cold weather had frozen  the, streams
tributiiH,,to,,, Smeller lake   and    the,
wate'rsupply tor power was inadequate I as Mr. Irwin was affectionately called
to run the smelter   and .eleclri-  light, hv thousands of the   people of  this
system, and'.the company asks  to'   b«t' province,   was a clergyiimn-.belpvet,
relieved front its city lighting contract,
il
Fifty Cents   Per   Week.
Under this head, lost, found, for sale,
to rent and wanted notices of not more
than five lines this type, will be inserted
one week for 50c.
Spokane Northern, Western Union Telt-
graph, and Great Northern raitway offices have been moved f rom<the Yale building to the corner of Bridge and First sts.,
Miner Business Directory
Under this head two lines in this type,
giving name, business and location, will
be inserted for 50c per month..
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed.
IP you want your clothes cleaned or
renovated and pressed go to Mrs. L. W
Johnson, cor. Riveisidauve. and Main st
> I CAN make your old clothes almost as
good as new, by cleaning, mending and
pressing them. Mrs. .Jennie Carter, Columbia, B; C.
•   ! Real' rstate and MininV Brokers.
T. A.L'B'B.lSp HUSSION,   mining and r.ml
.estate, cot'. Bridge add i'Mi'st. 'phone ti5.
Druggists'.
'«
| r .E.jy^OllLAND & CO. driiguists and itu
■ (ionei's, cor. Bridge and 2d sts. 'plum* 11
L .-Ph'titograpiiic supplies a spsciu'lty,
Hotels.,.    ::
|^r_Bum HOTR.L, opp- Clfrri.stntion.Co-
I   .iKtoWS'VJ. Mcintosh. ,'PhdueMI.
H'„: ■'''";    '■"        ' Ba/ns.ters and Notaries.
<■■ ""* -Sil Cf^EJlES-T,.& SPENCE, .■Barri.ters, miia^
■ii Isl   ?h   i-ien, etc., Grand Fork* wColuhibia, Ha;.
I   I •?! i-'4-.'..     •'"     '•  . •.    .^Miscellaneous
'T.J.., frjybcHffV'       "-^ rro r" t-»
' s 'Employment aiin information. bureau, O
li.m'esseiiger service,Brifls'^JUst. 'phone 85
i •■; i\ t. y-
bad I) en badly frozen. "FatherP.it.1
in wMi^sor part, uiitil such time as a
and esUemed for his,'Unselfish  char*
change iu   the   weather    would    give | «'er and the zeal   with which . he la-
them  a  larger supply of power     A i bored   for   'he   good'  of  the   people | j
two weeks'  release  was granted,  the i among wi.om   his lot might be cast,
company to pay a bonus of $250 there    N() ,.lhor    as  t0(J ^"^   „0 jol,rtiev
v ..''.,,■   m, ,      ,   .     .    \ too difficult or tryine for him to take
A check for ^60 was ordered  in   fa- i
vorolH. S. Caylej,  that amount  of j io »''»isler  t« tlle "ick  or  dying. In
fees having been turned  in from Jus- 1 the  milling  and railway   crimps ,bf
tice Johnson's court in error,  in the   southern  British Columbia  "Father
Ah Gooey laundry cases. ( ! Pat" was as svell known as  he  was
Judge J.  K.   Johnson reduced   his , . .    , . ,        .
,.° ,: -A       j,,,     -   popular,  and   his cheery  voice   and
claim for rents, lights and  telephone  '   r J
during the. past four years  to 8500,  helping band have often cast a ray of
light and comfort in the sick chamber
or the' solitary cabin in the mountains. Only recently these columns
recorded the deep regret manifested
j Winnipeg-Mej|.;
win ■■■■■■■    Hit   "' -SSa tmim\  1     '    ■       —
* ■ * h ftw* *■
Specia,l'Kg,teuby^Wetkr
: r^,   \.*By$jkbSjj,    ■■  ;;-
'?* Electric Lights
}      and, Be%l's.
Special Attention pnid
to Commercial Men
McCAMMON
^nd BO WELL,
Contractors, 111
. ,'.>
AND UNDFHTAKRIiS
.■-.', .        •»»**
!Grand Forks,   -   -
B.C.
0. S. Walker & Co.,
DEALERS IN
which was allowed in the sum of $250.
One Mr. Hogg was allowed $5 00 for
services as uurse at the Criterion hotel, on recdmmendatioij of Health officer Kingston. # A few claims in
small amounts were allowed ?s f0l. 1 by the people of Kootenay and Bouu
lows:   Geo. Chappie, $81.30; Addison I dary Creek at his departure from the
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field in which he had laborer! so zealously.—News Advertiser.
& Knap, $8.50,    Kootenay Light &
Construction Co, 8195.50.
Clerk Bower was retained, and allowed an assistaut,   who must be   aj    Advertise ia [the Evening Sun.   it
typewriter aud stenographer pays.
Having moved our large stock of goods from
Phoenix to Grand Forks, we now offer
our different lines at a small
> margin above   cost in
; order to get some
more room.
Get Our Prices, and See Our Stock,
Grand Forks,        -       =        B.C. THE EVENING SUN..
H. _■ TURNER.
TUESDAY, JAN. a8,1902
The business office of The Evening
Sun is located at present in Columbia,
where all correspondence with it, and
exchanges should bo addressed.
Recent press dispatches convey the
startling intelligence that an Episcopal minister of Fairbaven, Wash., has
lesgned himself with the British government in an enterprise of gigantic
proportions. The reverend gentleman,
in co-operation with the Downing
street officia.s, intends to colonize the
Transvaal with British subject* now
residing in the United States, by this
means hoping to ultimately pacify the
Boers. If this scheme should work
satisfactorily, a vexatious problem—
how to pacify fighting Joe Martin—
will be solved. A few Yankee colonists sent to Victoria might accomplish
the desired result.
It is officially estimated in London
that King Edward's personal and private expenses in connection with the
coronation, will amount to half a million dollar*, and negotiations are already in progress ., ith a view to getting Parliament to vote this sum to
the Kin*, precisely in the same way
that it wan called upon to vote a considerable sum of money at the time of
the Kings visit to India, for tbe pur
pose of enabling him to make presents
to tbe various princes and vassal
rulers of India. The entire expences
of the coronation, both to the Crown
and to tbe uatioual treasury, will be
immense. And yet they should not be
condemned as useless extravagance,
since the money goes to pi omote
trade and industry and, incidentally,
the welfare of the working classes.
Royal extravagance of this kind is far
more beneficial from a popular point
of view than the royal hoarding of
wealth, and, inasmuch as in England
the taxes weigh far more heavily upon the rich than upon the poor—
everyone with an income of less than
$800 a year being exempt from tbe so
onerous income tax—there should be
no growling in Parliament or elsewhere about the folly of squandering
millions of dollars on the coronation.
J, Roderick Robertson, British Co
lumbia manager for the London and
B. C. Gold Fields corporation, was
killed in tbe Murray Hill hotel, New
York, yesterday, by a flying piece of
debris from the Parka venae tunnel,
where an explosion occurred, causing
tbe death and injury of many others.
Granby, Quebec, January a6.—Fire
this morning destroyed the factory of
the Gillean Horse Collar Company,
loss, $30,000; insurance, $22,500.
Born—January 27, 1902, in Columbia, B. C, to tbe wife of Abijah
Brooke, a sou.
The electric lights in Grand Forks
will be shut off tonight at 12 m. and
remain so for two weeks, owing to a
lack of power at the smelter caused
bv low water. It is a case of cut off
the lights or shut down the smelter;
and the council said "nouse the glim"
and the people will say "Amen!"
Possibly the old lighting plant m 1 v be
utilized, but have your coal oil lamp
ready.
R. J. Parrette and wife leave tsday
or tomorrow for San Francisco, where
they go for the benefit of the letter's
health, who is troubled with rheuma
tism.
The special m-etings at the Methodist church are still continuing with
increasing interest   and   attendance.
Business men in Grand Forks who
are looking for trade in Columbia
should not forget that one way to ingratiate themselves with these people,
and the most enticing means, is to call
attention to their wares through tbe
columns of Tbe Evening Sun. In
patronizing the paper printed'in their
end of tbe town they are pleased.
The Bridge street matter came up in
couneil last night, and received careful consideration, while surveyor C.
A. Stoess elucidated bis report thereon.   No action was taken.
A dispatch was leceivid yesterday
from W. C. Wells, minister of lands
and works, stating that he is compelled to defer his visit to the Boundary
for some weeks; but that be would
visit our section at tbe earliest possible moment.
S. A. Hartmau, manager of the late
Vancouver Mercantile company, is on
deck again and djiiijf bminesa at the
old stand in the Morrison block on
First street, near the postoffice.
The Winnipeg hotel's new 'bus was
on duty today at the depot, and Mrs.
C. H. Thomas of Cascade, was the first
guest to ride in it.
Tbe west bound freight on the
Crow's Nest division of tbe C. P. R.
came to grief Friday. The train left
the rail* a short distance from Creston
aud resulted in the destruction of six
cars loaded with coal and coke. One
tramp who was stealing a ride, was
killed and a second tramp was seriously injured.
Toronto, January 27.-• J. H. Beattv,
President of the Federal Life Insurance Company, and the Beatty line
of steamers, died on Saturday of paralysis.
New York, January 26.—Henry St.
John Dix, who is charged with having
wrecked a bank at New Whatcom,
Washington, was brought to this
country on the steamer St Paul, that
arrived from South Hampton today.
Dix was arrested in England some
time ago and was eventually extradited. He was in charge of the sheriff
of Whatcom, Washington.
SPECIAL PRICES
CANDIES
EVERY SATURDAY
DONALDSON'S
FINEST APPLE* IN TOWN
Call and be convinced.
We make a Specialty of Fruits and
Candies.
Large assortment of Pipes, Cigars, To-
baocos, eto.
Agent for
QANONQ'S FRUIT CHOCOLATE
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber shop on Riverside a v
enue.  Baths 25c.
Columbia Mails,
—
Da*
1 10 p. m.
Rossland
Spokane
Caseade
Nelson
Pti.Crow'sNestRR
Eastern Canada
C|ose
1 10 p, m,
4 p. m.
t
Oroenwood
Phoenix
Midway
Eholt, eto
1 30 p. m.
I 41 p. m.
•rand Forks
8 4S;p. m.
1 IB p. m.
Rspubllc
Nelson, Wash.
Curlew, eto.
1 45 a. m,
Satdy only
1 a. m.
White's Camp
Satdy only
8 p. m.   .
•
• Money orders from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
PETER WRIGHT,
Post Master.
Call at
J. H.  HODSON'S
and see how
to win a
Cudahy Rex
Brand Ham
Every article in the window absolutely
guaranteed
Your Prescription Druggists
And any other wantsiin the
DRUG LINE will be carefully attended to by  .   .  ,
chemists. H. E. Woodland & Co.
J. R. Wright -
..JEWELER..
Repairing of all kind
Promptly done.
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ALSO A  PULL
LINE OP
STATIONERY
KBPT  IN  STOCK
Columbia ave., Columbia, B. C.
m
FRANK   MILLER
GENERAL TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Good Dry Wood delivered to any part of the city   'Phone 64.
Grand Forks and Columbia, B. C M
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The'Oity of «oluftnbia t'i sltii'afcea1
near the junction of the North Porks
of the Kettle river with the main Kettle river, and is distant about 8D0
miles east of Vancouver.
The natural situation of the city for
beauty Is not excelled in America. A
verdure-clad and dower-bespangled
rolling-prairie,traversed bra river of
bright, sparkling wilier, fringed with
forest trees and surrounded by mountains, forfftiug u charming combination of picturesiiuesness and grandeur
The Columbia & Western railway,
which wits constructed by the Canadian Pacific Railway company, lias Its
station, freight warehouse and yards
in the center  of Columbia,  aud the
w mi ijiiWifi. nijl'ifcwjiyrii ,i
VancouvBi^.y}cte'fia A Eastern Railway com naiiy, has Ideated; its deiiot,
freight sheds uu'i yards along tliffeSst
liui if 11> -dorooratioi.i, thus givtn'g t
tha city connections with two traiis-
continentat lilies. .   '■;. ...
■ The Canadian Paeifie railway ccrai?
puny has large interests iii  ta*' oity$'
having selected the site on aooount-pf •
the. superior natural advant.v^ei asvife
Cjaitwajfwatre.       '~'t 1        '$-'
Tfj'e oBinlte, tak&n fall   thfi'^yeaj ..
around, is the best in Canada—jSartfbt
ohe'tiuramer is rather hot and dry, b'wtj
the rust of the year is enjoyable'. ' !
• ■ T'.ii:.»j"iVr,it t'n Settle itivar valFev.
there i-Pan extent .if fertile agrioul-.
tiiral'fiiuil, purt of whioh is now being ouftlvatBd. ■;•   li
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""'Apples,r'pranrs, pears, prunes, clier-
irlgf .and. a)l,,tie  small fruitsj.tfrqw •
abundantly.   The valley surrounding i
, Columbia dJvHad into small fr|iit«nd :
vfegetuble farms, will sustain a large
rpooi'lation,  •   ,     ;   <■  :'  »   '' • vj    ;it,'i
■■: \Jl\uldiug material is plentiful iu the
•diiiti'iet. -Luimihercail be procured.4lt
.fair, prices, and brick, limn ami stone .
■'of goW  quality can' alwa'ys  b'e  ob-
fajpel wuj.i required. ... >       ■ ■.i\ i  ..,-;
"The mi'iiliis interests "are (if the first i
' fm$p.ifta_fe tot/ois coutitry,. a'ilVi'n'itl
ido muoh to bii'ild up Columbia.. La.i'ge
'.inimiriil  tofe^ have' bias"diai'ovc.reif'!
tliroligh .the.siiountiuns.' adjaefnt' ti> I
' tlie.eity, and what  wore   mere, pros- ]
o-tiis a sh'irt timn silica are iro.wUhll'.gB■■'
paying mims.
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94  ^"V-'irJ
Water l.s supplied the city by punip-
,   iu^ from a beautiful spring of 'ifX-c'bp-
tiondl'pu'rity, capable of supplying a
i  QltV ofSO/JIIO inhabitants.''-'•• j •-, •
The Gi'uuby snielter and  convertpr
. .^rithe,most .modern,and lierfe^oti'iplaiif
of; the kind   in   Ame'rjcj—employing
hundreds of.men, is contigiioiis'M t>lic
c'ty.,   •     '    ,     a ■ •■   ■,*.,:■>.,
'   'Owing to-the fine rblllifate,' f In?' neii-
tralsituatiouj the beaiitible t"i*iron-
hittuts, tho (iriffbt prospects for tutinc
gcowtbaiid prosperity, C'oliiflilml Will
.  he   nn  eiliii.'iiliimal   centre, a.cily. :of
''homes.' asiwelltlsa wh'ol'esal'e'fflsTf-lb-
uting point; iiud whon ifliialljj) Sjllted
and wedded to her sister bister, will be
the . best  and' largest ,1'ity in the interior.    "' ''■ ' .
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na* hi 'i it yxju.<'!- bi5,'
Assures a  Rapid  Raise iriLTtne Valttes of ^11   COLUMBIA  LOTS
Buy While Th£yAfee Cheap
-1— _«*«HBU_.*.t.^VI
GRAND FORKS TOWNSITE CO.
T. W. HOLLAND,  Managing Director. a_H_NH_a___—■
TRAVEL  DURING  WINTER SEASON I PRIVATE BILL NOTICE
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The journey to the East via Salt
Lake City and along the shores of the
Great Salt Lake through  beautiful
Glen wood, Colorado Springs and Den- j
yer is one of uninterrupted delight in '
winter as well as summer.   In fact, I
the winter season adds but a   new j
grandeur   aud charm   to the travel ■
scenes, and infuses an element ot va- j
riety and beauty to he unsurpassable '
wonders along tbe Ri- Grande Western, and Denver' & Rio Grande lines.
Through  Sleeping   and Dining  Car
service.    Personally conducted weekly excursions.   For rates or information apply to J. D. Mansfield, General
Agent,   124 Third St.,   Portland; or
Geo,    W.  Heintz, Assistant General
Passenger Agent, Salt Laise City,
Grand Forks Mails.
MAILS OLOSI MAILS PUB
AT OFFICE AT OFFICB
Rossland.Spokaue, Nelson,Marcus, Cascade, ;
Kobson, all p'ts Crows
2:10 p.m. Nest Ky, Revelstoke 2:30 p.m.
j Vancouver, Victoriajall
'points on Canadian Pacific Beltway.
Columbia, Phoenix,
EholtjGreenwood. Mid-
Irgd p.m. way, Pentictoii,Repub-4:20 p.m.
lie, Curlew, Bolster, all
iBeservatiou points.
Office opsu daily, from 8:30.to6:30 p. ni.
Sundays excepted). Money orders issued j
tu all parts, aud Savings  Banks deposits 1
reo»ived, 3 per cent interest allowed. Reg- 1
i its-red mail closes one half hour preyi-
ous to the time for closing ordinary mails
(itiO. H. HULL, Postmaster.    I
H
OTIC'E IS] HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
the nex tsession of the Legislative
Assembly of British Columbia application will be made on behalf of
the Corporation of the < ity of Grand
Forks and the Corporation of the City
of Columbia, British Columbia, pursuant toresolutioiispassed by tbe municipal councils of the said cities on the Uf*
teenth and thirteenth days of August
last, respectively, and approved by the
eleotors at a poll taken the 28th day of
August last, for an act to amalgamate
ana incorporate the said oities as one oity
municipality under the name of "The
Corporation of the City of Minor." with
all the rights and powers held by either
aud with all the rights and powers conferred by any statute on oity municipalities within British Columbia; aud to vest
iu the new city all the assets of both the
said oities; and to validate certain bylaws
of the said oities; to validate all general
debentures of both the said oities [whether already issued or hereafter tone issued in pursuance of the said resolutions)
and charge same on an noual footing as
vaiid and subsisting debentures of the
new city: and authorize and legalize certain expenditures; aud to contain other
special provisions in accordance with the
said resolutions.
Dated the 14th day of October, 1901.
ERNEST MILLER,
Solicitor for the oity of Grand Eorks.
CLEMENT A SPENCE,
Solicitors for -he city .of Columbia.
Hay, McCallum _ Wright.
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well as the local happenings in
the states of Montana, Oregon,
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IT DOESN'T COST tttlCH-
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Money to Loan,
COLUMBIA. B. C.
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CARRIES ONLY THE   BBS
WINES, IIQUURS AND CI6AHS.
The Windsor
GRAND FORKS.
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WEEK.
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, GRAM T) FORKS.
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W. F. Stuart
p.
ACIFIC HOTEL
...   JOHN —AVBRTY, Proprietor
First-Oass Board and Rooms.   Rates per Week,
$8 and $lo, According to Room.
Opposite C.FMt. Station
Columbia, B. C.
J. H, H0D50N,
DEALER IN
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
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Good Quality, Fair Measure and Reasonable
Prices.
Orders Promptly Delivered. 'Phone 80.
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PHONE 60
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