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'"'■"OR IA
Sun.
fh-rd Year.-Na*5-i. A
Grand Forks, B.C, Tuesday, July 19, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
m
Was a Judge of Good Cigars
and Got What He
Wanted.
The Race Meet in This City
Next Month Will Be a
Success.
A good story is being told this
morning by a First street dispenser
of first-class liquors und cigars. Yesterday evening ail   Knglish tourist,
with a strong Cockney  dialect, entered his place of business and complained bitterly because he was un-
uhle to procure a cigar lit to smoke
in this beaustly country.   The proprietor spread out an elegant  array
of choice   imported  and   domestic
goods hefore his customer,  who inspected  them  closely, but none appeared   to satisfied   him,  and his
lamentation   commenced    a-new.
The proprietor, whe is of an excitable
nature, showed unmistakable'signs of
nervousness.   He scratched his head
in   dismay.    This  action  brooght
forth an idea.    His brain suddenly
'became alert, and he remembered a
box of two-1'ors which a former proprietor had purchased for a certain
class of trade, hut  which  had  long
since   been  relegated   to a state of
desuetude among a pile of unwashed
towels nnd other rubbish.   It took
him about half an hour lo find the
box;    When he finally did recover
it, be placed the cigars   before   his
prospective customer with a differential uir,   These, he said, were a
special   brand, and  only a few o"
his best customers—such as Messrs.
S. II. 0. Minor, Jay P. Graves, H.
N, Galer, A.  C.  Flumerfelt, Mayor
Hammar  and tho  editor of Tin;
Sun—could afford to smoke them.
The Englishman examined the cigars
cri-ffenlly and finally decided to try
one, for which he paid fifty  cents.
He lit it and appeared highly elated
as he sauntered out of (ho place, his
face wreathed in smiles and tobacco
smoke.   This morning he returned
and purchased the entire contents of
thc box at  50  cents apiece.    Tun
Sun violates no confidences when it
states that the regular price of the
cigars is 2) cents, or two for 6 cents.
prodict that when the 25th of August dawns the longest string of
fleet-footed bangtails over brought to
southern British Columbia will be
stabled at thc nice tract, in this city.
Court Kettle Itiver No. 3576, Independent Order of Foresters, held
their annual church parade lust
Sunday, the occasion being the
thirty-second anniversary of the
order. Notwithstanding the inclement weather prevailing nt the
time, nearly all the members assembled at Holy Trinity church, where
an impressive and interesting service
was held. The Rev. Henry Steele
preached an earnest and eloquent
sermon', which hns since been very
highly extolled by the members of
the order,
Will Acquire and Develop the
McKinley Claim in Franklin Camp.
Applicants for Incorporation
Are All Grand Forks
Men.
Joseph Thatcher and N. Jackson
spent last Sunday angling for trout
or) the shores of the beautiful Christina lake. They caught a nice string,
but on their return trip (he list
crawled out of the buggy. When
Joe and Norman got within sight of
Grand Forks Ihe (rout caught up
with theni on horseback, anil begged
to be taken on board again.
Arthur Napper, owing to thc retirement of Jack O'Faiseoll. has been
promoted to the position of manager
of tiie grocery department in the
Hunter-Kendrick company's store
in this city. Mr. Napper is a very
efficient business man, and withal
very popular with the purchasing
public. The many friends of .Mr.
Nappor will rejoice to hear of his
good fortune.
The Ku-No-Tn Medicine and Con
cert company will be iu (he opeia
house the balance of this week, except Friday night. The company is
highly spoken of both by the press
nnd public in the towns where it
has appeared.
A change in the management of
the Province hotel wns made lust
week, Mr. 11. Hamlin retiring and
Mr. Thos. McLaughlin, a popular
hotel man from Noithport, acquiring control of the same.
The keenest interest is being taken
at all the lending racing centres
throughout the Paciflo northwest
in the race meet to be held in this
city next mouth under the auspices
of the Grand Forks Driving Park
nnd Athletic, association, and the
meeting gives every indication of being the most successful ever held
hero. The secretary of the association is daily in receipt of enquiries
from owners of licet horses iu such
well known racing cities as Walla
Walla, Spokane, Calgary, l'ineher
Creek, and many const towns. Tho
track in this city lias gained an
enviable reputation as being the best
in this section of the country, and
this fact doubtless contributes largely to the eagerness of horsemen for
information respecting the meeting.
The purses, too, will also be worth
competing for this year. Tho track
'will be put in bettor condition than
ever before (his fall, and it is snfe to
A change was made in tho management of (he Grand Forks hotel
Inst Friday. Messrs. Blakeway k
Urlin, who have conducted the
house for a number of vein's, retired.
Mr. 1!. I-ockhnrt, well known in
this city, is the new manager.
Prof, Hepburn will hold his "assemblies" on Tuesday evenings in
the future instead of Fridays.
Thc result of the lust high school
examination bus been announced,
with the exception of those held ill
the cities, which will he published
in about a week. The following are
the successful candidates from some
of the Boundary schools: Green
wood Centre—Candidates 12, passed
2; Henry A. Simmons, (117; Lloyd
Hunter, 5.">8. Midway—Candidates
2, passed 1; John S. Ferguson, 016.
Phoenix—Candidates i, passed 2;
Elizabeth M. Gill, 5SS; P. Stanley
Graham, (125.
Antonio Scarpelli and P. S.
Hughes have started working double
shifts on their heavy pieces of rock
work at tho Phoenix end of the
Great Northern Phoenix branch.
An application has been made to
the provincial government to incorporate the McKinley Mining Company, Ltd., with a capital stock of
#100,000,000, par value of shares to
be SI each. The applicants are! li.
Lequime, D. Whiteside, II. W.
Warrington, Dr. C. M. Kingston and
Geo. A. McLeod, all of this city. The
company is being formed to acquire
the McKinley claim in Franklin
camp and to develop the same.
*   *   *
Neil Cochrane, superintendent of
the Mountain Lion Cold Mining
company, Republic, was a guest
the Yale yesterday. Mr. Cochrane
has to eived orders from Manager
A. E. Pnlmer to resume shipping
ore to the Granby smelt"!-, and
came to this eity to mnke the necessary arrangements. It is stated
thut (he Mountain Lion mine was
never in ns good shape fir winking
above the adit level ns ut present,
and it is expected that a profitable
run will be made.
Two and one-half tons of ore wore
shipped from the Helen mine nt
Greenwood last week to the Trail
smeller. It is expected thai the
values'will run about S-'lOO lo the
ton.
#   *   *
The purchase price for- the Barbara mineral olaim wns wired from
Chicago to Greenwood Inst week,
when the necessary tan-fer was
made. It will be remembered that
a few weeks ago, Mr. McPherson and
other Chicagoans who were in the
Boundary with Richard Armstrong
secured an option on the Barbara
to purchase outright. In the meantime a crew of men under W. II.
Jeffrey, M. Iv, started lo work on the
property, and the showing was 60
promising that tho money wus paid
before the option expired. Mr. Jef-
frey'hus uncovered tt strong vein of
high grade ore. The owners of the
Barbara were Geo. II. Niulen, G.
Arthur Rendell and Sydney M.
Johnson. The purchase price is in
iho neighborhood of $10,000. The
Barbara is situated within the corporate limits of Greenwood and runs
down to point on Copper sireet be
Iqw tho Kootenay hotel. The work
bus been done up the hill above the
row  of   residences on   Long  Lake
street.
* *   *
George Cattnaeh has resigned as
one of tho shift bosses at the Granby
mines. J. A. Miller has been promoted from timber boss to shift boss,
and J. G. McKcown has been appointed timber boss.
* *   *
Juno 30th is the end of the  fiscal
year of the Granby Consolidated, at
which the figures
ing what hns bcci
and smelter for the preceding twelve
nonths. Ending last Juno 30th,
J'Jil.S feet of development work wns
lone at the mine, not including
glory hole work, aud the shipments
in die same time were 521,282 tons
fore, all of which went lo the company's smelter. In the month of
June iji-15 feet of development work
was done.
* *   *
Thc new Blako-Farrell crusher,
size 3(ix23, was received at the
Mother Lode mine last week from
the Jenckes Machine company, and
will bo set up near the mine shaft.
The old crusher, of the same size,
has been sent to the smelter, where
it will be put in use.
■  *   *   *
A slide of ore at the No. 1 level of
the Knob Hill mine Inst week disabled the large steam shovel for a
time, and tho smaller shovel will
probably be used in its place for a
while. Fortunately, while but four
furnaces were iu operation at the
Granby smelter, the large shovel
wus not needed badly.
* :f.     *
Robert Denzler, one of the first
prospectors in the Boundary, is again
in the district, alter spending the
winter iu California. Hob acquired
tt competency out of his mining ventures in the Boundary, but ho still
likes to return and sec the boys.
He was one of the original owners
of the Snowshoe and other big properties.
i n
(!
Passed   the  Aldermen's  Indemnity By-law Last
Night.
Mayor's Remuneration   Bylaw Goes Back to Committee.
SUNSET   SAUNTERINGS
Ralston and Gordon McLellan are
eiilci-liiiiii"** a number of their
friends today at a birthday party.
Ice cream and other delicacies are
being served, tine of the little fellows is one year old and the other
three. The event of two children in
one family celebrating the same
birthday is a little out of the ordinary run of things.
Thc first payday of the railway
laborers employed on the Great
Northern Phoenix branch nnd smelter spur will occur tomorrow. A
great deal of speculations is rife as
to what will happen the eity (he day
after this event.
Miss Function Shinn, of Republic,
in visiting her sister, Mis. Frank
Rover, in this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Clark anil
son havo returned from a week's
visit in Nelson, II. C,
prepared show
! at the mines
The regular weekly meeting of the
city council wns held in the council
chamber Inst night. Mayor Hammar, Aid. Clements, Feeney, Martin, McCalluni and McNee were
present.
On motion of Aid. Feeney and
Martin, the eity solicitor was instructed to take the necessary pro'
cceilings to enforce W. D. Willson,
who moved the Addison block from
Riverside avenue to First street, to
repair the sidewalk displaced by him
on Riverside avenue, and also to enforce the collection of aflO license
fee from him.
On motion of Aid. Feeney and
Clements, the board of works was
authorized to procure levels nnd
specifications, und cull for tenders
for the construction of a drain from
-block 0, through blocks 3, 2 and 30,
to the river.
On motion of Aid. Martin nnd
Feeney, the Grand Forks Driving
Park and Athlectic pssocion was
guaranteed a donation of $500. It
was also agreed that if the firemen
did not intend to compete for prizes
that the $200 set nside )or tbem
should also go to the race track association.
On motion of Aid. McNee, seconded by Aid. Feeney, the aldermen's indemnity by-law for 100-1
was reconsidered nnd finally passed.
On motion of Aid. Feeney, seconded by Aid. McNee, the tnnuyor's
indemnity by-law for 1004 was recommitted for the purpose of reconsidering the amount of the remuneration to thc mayor.
The following accounts were ordered paid: P. Waterston, $24; W.
T. Robinson, $18; J. Lagimodiere,
$12; J. W. Jones, $42; Crane & Co.,
$68.80; Granby Consolidated Co.,
$691.60; Evening Suu. $18; Canadian General Electric Co., $40.50)
J. M, Simpson, *2; W . K. C. Manly,
$18,76.
 .
Rube Hull loft for Franklin camp|   The British Columbia Telephone
today to inspect n number of mining properties.
Tho smelter baseball club Is en-
Caged in grading u diamond opposite Curran's store, near the smelter.
the lines
the New
Inlet  eon-
Frank Nibbling, a Granby smel-l
ter employe, has caught the Salmon
river placer gold digging fever, und
left this morning for that region
with his eayuse, pack animal, dog,
gun and fishing outfit, lie expects
to return to Grand Forks when he
gets tired of outdoor life.
company lias merged ul
formerly controlled bj
Westminster & Burrard
corn, with the excoption of the
Kootenay Lake Telephone coni-
puny, the merger taking cliect on
the 1st inst. The Vernon A Nelson
system will be known under the new
nunie hereafter.
8. H. C. Miner, president of the
Granby Consoldidated, and Jay P.
Graves, general manager of the same
company, went up to Phoenix yesterday on a tour of inspection.
Baths 26
Shop.
cuts at the Yale Barber
Lloyd A. Manly disposed of his
interest in the British American
Trust Co., Ltd., to II. N. Galer lust
week.
Mrs. W. K.  C. Manly nnd   two
children left inst Sunday morning
for Michigan. They will make a
brief visit at .Mrs. Manly's former
home.
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson's, iu bulk and in  fancy boxes. atyp Hun-inn Bnn
PUBLISHED EVEI.'V TUESDAY AND FIIIDAY
KVKNINOS ATOI!AMI fOIIKS, B.C., HY
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCnlPTlON HATES:
One year.....$2.00 I Three months,  .so
Six-months., l.uit J One month 20
Advertising rulrs furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 andS Cts. pn-line
Address all coininnnicntious to
The Evening Si-n,
PllON'E 55. OIIANII   l-'OKKS. ii. q
'IIJFSDAY, JULY  ,0   1904
The special illustrated edition of
the Vernon News has reached Tuk
Srx office.    It is the handsomest
number thai has ever been sent out
of a Hritish Columbia country office;
in fact, it is handsomer than a vast
number of pretentious city publications, ft is printed in inngiuino
form; hns fifty-four pages . and n
prettily designed cover, and the entire imper is typographically perfect..
The story of Vernon nnd thc Okanagan valley of today is well told by
the facile pen of tHo able editor of
the News ami the photographer's
camera—the paper bcing| profusely
illustrated with well printed halftone engravings. To people seeking
reliable information regarding the
bountiful resources of the beautiful
Okanagan Valley our advice is, send
for a copy of (he special issue of the
Vernon News.
The Nelson Economist has just
celebrated its eighth, birthday. It
is the oldest paper published ill Nelson. The editor claims that it
brings itl a sufficient amount of revenue to enable him to maintain a
stenin yachl on Kootenay hike. It
ought to. Some duy in the near future we shall endeavor to arrange
for a nice between TiikS Son's an
and the Economist's launch.
posed against the guilty party. It
is rnticipntcd by the authorities
that this method of dealing with the
vexed question will work more satisfactorily than the maintenance of a
pound.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
YAI.E.
Miss Wright, Phoenix.
R. J. Sanders  nnd wife,  Greenwood.
A. Fisher. Spokane.
(Ml. Wolf, Spokjie.
Neil Cochrane, Republic.
J. Levy, Rossland.
G. Stevens and wife, Waterloo.
David S. Noble, Trail.
J. J. Campl ell, Nelson.
Aitliur Nelson, Vanoouver.
Henry C, Berg, Victoria.
C. J. Burton, Vancouver
W. T. Smith, Greenwood-.
('. II. Rockliffeand wife, Spokane
W. M. Walker, Nelson.
A. Munro nml wife, Greenwood.
II. A. Small, Vancouver.
J. C. Carruthers, Nclron.
1). H. Galbraith, Rossland.
F. P. Wilson, Vancouver.
W. 15. Ellis, Nelson.
II. Bennett; Rossland.
S. Bergman, Phoenix.
C. M. Henderson, Greenwood.
Tom Gray, Vancouver.
11II AX 11Y.
J. 11. Smith, Spokane.
Robert E. Frazier, Oregon.
W. II. Wibnot, Oregon.
0. D.SanfordfChesaw,
'Bert Smith, Spokane.
J. C. Harmon, Spokane.
C, N. Dolts, Northport.
J. C. Campbell und wife.
Maupassant lound
cency  ready  made
lition oi lnde
s hand," an.-
neither hU'Wmperamcnl nor the circum
stances ot hla life dispn-'il him to breaf
free from this tradition. Hut the write,
goes on to nay*.
"It is not, I think, en the score of tm
morality that the permanent deduction,
from Maupassant's reputation will havi
to be made before his fume is secure
but rather on the ground that in consr
quenoe of his theory that in art the Suh
ieet wns notliimr n*"l >''' style was all
h» too often squnnoVroil the resources o1
Ins superb toeliuiiiut upon utterly trivin
nnd unworthy BUlijeets."
To quote again, on the subject of h!
limitations and oharaetei'isties as a writ
en
"He wes nt bottom not n thinker, not
nn analyst, lint an oWrverj and whei
lie quitted his own Held, the transcrip
tion of observations and experiences, fo.
a region where tiie imiii interest lay ii
the hidden causes of things, his power,
failed him; ho became diffuse, uncertain
ami nt limes almost   lull.   .   .   .
"Ills chief characteristics ns a writei
of short stories arc, it srems to me, versatility in choice of subjects, clearness
in presentation, nn easy mastery of incident and clinrncte"' and nn almost
unique power of Isolating and individual
Izing his scenes anil ngurea m as to
make them, as it were, stand out from
the canvas,; Ifc has :i trick, for it is
nothing more, of framing his stories i-
a setting which tends, usually hy eon
trast, to bring out. anil heighten their cf
feet. For instance, the gruesome ston
of 'lift Mere Siiuviini'' gultls iu horroi
from itB contrast io tile dainty bit ol
nature worship which Introduces it.
"Thc one dominant nnd neisistentnoti
in Maupassant's work i-i his pessimism.
It comes like a cloud between tuftsun itn,l
tiie world of men, nnd straightway, ali
man's deeds I'.nd ilintus' and desire
glow dark mul r< hi'..■,„."
MINEHAI. ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE,
PGF.R Mineral Olnlni, situate In Hie Grand
furl,..   MlnluR   Division   nf   Villi, District.
WtToro located|   In Rinait Husin.
TAKli XIITlei'' Hint I lii'iinelli I. Hllrnel,
I     i,r lln-.lnml. li.C.agent  f„i-   Hub-rt   I'..
rrnwfnrtl, o Miner's CortlHoate No. IBSWl
Preil Laiisri, l*i'ee Minor's Cortlllcntif'tlo.
li.Wi", nml '.din Slimv, I'm Miner's CorUS-
cate Nn. I -sum,Inti'iitl.sixty ilnys fruin tha
•Im, hereof, to apply tu the Mining Kooorder
r,,r n Cei-tlncntfl of tiiipruvcmouts, for tl,,'
purpose of,.I,liilnina a Crown Grant uf tin'
llllOVO rlnllll.
.tin] fnitlinr tulii. nni hi- tlmt action, iniiliu'
Section Uu niu.i I,,, comnibi <! before tin,
ia>iiiii,i„'ol'Mi,.|i('i'itilii:iti.iil to nrovenwuts.
iiiiii'iluiii twelfth 'nynfj Hv, \.n inn.
KIlNM'.TIl 1.. Ill ItNKT, P.L.S.
The
upreme Master  ot
Short £,.0./.'
THE TIME
To have Baby's w-*.--*/
Picture tikim is 1NVJ VV
It is stated tlm Grand FnrWgroup
of eoal claims in Southeast Koote-
ni.y is free from the "entangling
alliances,1' concerning which we
have rend so much lately.
After a keeping careful record of
evcins in the far cast, we have arrived at the conclusion tha tl o war
correspondents are the most bloodthirsty aniinals.extant.    During tie
first three  lbs  of  the   war tho
number of Russians killed far exceeded the entire population of nil
the llussias, and will)in the last three
or four weeks more Japs have been
blown up than could be crowded
into two countries the size of Japan.
The editor of Tiik Sun
edges the receipt of an
from the proiuiiT and mi
the executive council to I
at the i ]ie Ing of t ie
bridge at Now Westminster
unlay, July H.'trd, 19CM.
acknowl-
invilalion
■nibeis of
ie presold
provii
mi
This title, aftr.ii'>" tn M~. T M. I'  .
rott, belongs to   Guy   de   ilnup.isss.r,
of   whom,   lie   toil- us, no   formal u  ■,
grnpliy lias iippeared in the ten years tt: I
have elapsed since his death.   After siring that the short  story, aa  it is .'i
present understood in France, is the pr-;-1
! duct  of  a  French   poet's  acquaints';! •
with and translation  of the work,  n!
Edgar Allan  for,  -Mr.  Parrott  admiis
that, on tlie other  hand, "there is  nil
niitcr  living  nr  lieutl   who  exercises  a
more profound and stimulating inHum...I
upon contemporary Auierica-n short-simi
writers than the greatest master of tin,!
contc in F'rnncc, that clear-sighted, sure-)
handed, cynical, unhappy artist, Ony doltuer
Maupassant."   Of his tales we rend (ini
tiie   "Booklovers'   Magazine,"   Philndel. i "*J"
P>»»>'    , „     „ „     ;. ,        TRANSFER OF SALOON LICENSE.
'Tlirough them all flows the same spir- 	
It, masculine, materialistic,   humorous I To „„, „,„„.,, „, u',mUls ,'„„,„,i»«i,„,„rs
Keeulj sensitive to all the beauties of j   In nnd for tho City of Grand Forkr.
nature, bitterly contemptuous of all the  klOTtCK  i» hereby aiven thut tho tinder-
basenesses of man. vibrating between an  I'I   signed Will, at the next meeting or tin.
.!«.,w—i„t   U,.„D„,'.! Union of   Licensing Commissioners m „n,l
ul Porks, apply fur a
nn l.i,','iiM- granted in
■i'„ lt.,1,,1. liniiul 1'iirlis,
ulerslg I. in Herbert
urns Htm lid.
km u.i ., tlu. lltli June,
H. A. HUNDKUSON.
For nite weok niiire, Ciiliinets
nt § I.no per iloz., nnd ti nice
I Cabinet size at &3.00 per
doz., at.
miner's
Studio Opposite Sun Offi.-c,
Winnipeg: Avcmr.
Developing and Printing tor Anm
EVERY CHILD'S HF.AI.Tif DEMANDS
Tlio uho of ii luxutiw occflflioimlly
For a mild. Hiifciirid certain rebel' urn
Dr. lliinnlloii's Tills.if Mandrake nni
Butternut. Specially suited tor ehil
(Irni. i.t'i your children use only Dr
Hamilton's Pills Price 26o. H. V
Woodland, druggist,
II. X. Galer and A.C. Flumerfelt,
of the International ('mil & Coke
Company, left yesterday tpjfJSpoknnu
on a business trip.
The very best sinokers in town at
Donaldson's, Large range from which
to clioo.se.    Get our prices by the box.
The police of tbe city have been
instructed to lay complaint ngninst
parlies who allow their slock to run
at large. The first case under tbis
regulation was tried in the police
court yesterday, and  a fine was im-
almost uninial i-njoyment of BCtlfiUii
pli'iisiirns and a morbid and abnormul, ii
hardly inyalic, olj-ussien of tlio horroi
of tlit* aiiprasensual and the unknown,
"Ui*  must pi-  wna hia old friend and
godfather,   Klaubert,  thc    founder    in
Franuo of tho realistic novel, the minute
and laborious psycholnjjical analyst, thi
martyr of tlio written phrase. KliiuWif-
theoriog of composition nn woli-known
as ia the prolonffC'd ngi>ny which attend:
ed hie- pulling those tli-nries into practice.    But to thi' gtroiu, eonfidont nml
re.stlu.s9    youth  he  pn>\ -d  tht best  o
masters.    Flaubert   I might  hia  di-ripb
that talent was, niter nil. the art of tak
in» Infinite paina in unwearied pationet
that overy   Individual   thin*,'  or   peisoi
wns, In truth, an individual and not r
mere  member  of  n   certain  class,  nnd
il   that 'whatever be tlio thing one wlsho
; to gay, there is hut one noun lo exprui)
•"   It, one verb tn give it life, one fldjectivi
I to qualify It.'   Above nil, he held liin
, back from premature pttblicatlon.   Koi
i seven years Maupassant served his up
j pronUcQsbip, writing verses, itorlos, na\
els,  oven  a   'dele'table  dramii,'   all   o
which were first submitted to the maate
nnd then coininiltcd to the (lames.  Smal
wonder  then  that   when    Mnupawnji
made his debut he dazzled the public lik
a .Minerva sprunjj  liill-arnied  from  th
bead of .Jupiter.   Small Wonder, elthei
thnt  he  acknowledged   throughout   hi-
life the lasting debt he owed liis teaehei
"Maupassant his Rometlmcs bion de
scribed ns carrying tin* art of Flaubcrl
to  its highest  pitch  of  perfection,  bill
this is a most uncritical view.   Wc ca
only regard  Mnupa-s-jaut ae surpjssin
his nnisler when wc plaet* the technle,'
skill of such performers as $nras.tte .un
Rosenthal above tiie erentlve genius y
^lozart and Beethoven.   It h after al
_ ly the teohnique oi nn art. *.«iat ca;
be  transmitted  from  mn*»trr  I',  pup!
Maupn.-isiint's vigorous taieiit nnd pnrsi
verinj* sludy ended in giving him .such i
comniaiid of his master's inpthods tha
he attained with case and swiftness of
fect.s   that   Flaubert   aceimpuslied   onl.
after long toil and agi»ni/ing ellort.   Ye
Flaubert's four novels, prouiieed nt Ion;,
intervals during a period of nearly thirty years, occupy a place in litoratun
far above the twenty-seven volumes oi
Maupassant, turned out at an averagi
rate of two or more a year.   .   ,   ,"
As to the subject mutter of many o.
his stories, Mr. Pjrrott reminds us that
for Hie City
t,'A-infer ..f tlio
respect (if the I'r
from myself, tlif
Bainlln, of Oral
Dated em (.jraiid
NOTICE
i
Cnmil I'liiKs. II. C .Mnvllll. 1!«U.
Tn tin. Hiiinii nf i.i. sa Co ilssloncrs o
tlinCitv fir (iriuul Inrliw
NOTIOE'tB HKKKHlf OtTEN Unit I lutom
In I> ul ill xt nii'i thin of till' llmiri
nf  Uorjii.rj  I'. ni«.i i« liii'tlrf.  City o
1 Jin iii I I'nrli. nt   i lii.'li tin- n[i|iliriitiiiii run In
Heard for nn M.-i.-l LIAnso In i-esiiDcl ul tin
i.i i ki,.... ii ns tlm Bntcin lli.ti.l.Mitnnti
nn l.i.i Niimbar Pimr Ml, lllooli Number Pntii
li], iii-i'iniliiiir to Itoiflstoreij   I'hm  Nnnibnt
Tlilil.vlhnln:.].
Ilnli-il llii-imili ilni nf M.i i. !!"l.
\i A Ki I All IT HATBRTT.
i*e salk
GOOD DRY
Granby Hotel
Most Convk.vient-
ly Located Hotel
in the Citt. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Bar Suppiie<| with the
Finest Brands of
WINKS, MQUORiS
AND C1GAKS.
FIRST STREET,
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   BOOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE 64.
Best lee in the eity. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK PROMPTLY ATTENbl'l) TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
Delivered to any (JJ[ Cfj 0.   0.   1).
part of the pity   gTlWV fit"1 c,ird-
Simd in yniii- order?
in iiilvimei', ns we lire
■  always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P, 0
nilAND  FORKS FEDERAL LA-I
li„r   Union  No.   231, A.L.U.—
Meets    overy   Wednesday   evening
nt 8 o'clook in   Federal   Union  hall.
Das Kei.i.y, Pros.    ;
Jas. A. Haukis, Sec.
1   \       A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printing
H, E. WOODLAND-,      >%h
DRUGGIST.                                         ^****C
PHONE 13                     FIRST STREET                      ^\
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
|M f I nTHIXiri Tt woultl be advisable to daJlandsfee
11^1 -WLU I I I I11VJ W]mt. we nre doing. No trouble to
show goods. For Quality, Fit and Price in Customs Tailoring vou
cannot do better.    I also liave an agency for one of tho best Eastern
Sr™? SOUS FROM $15 UP
can get it for ypii, as 1 thoroughly uhdei*8tahd taking measurements,
UCl).   t.  1 1A^*5IC, Grand   Forks.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL RINDS OF
FRESH m CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
HONEY SAVED
HY  lll.'YJM! YOl'H .SUPPLIEW FUO.M
J. H. H0D50N
A LAB013 ANT" COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES, HOOTS
AND SHOES AND (JI-INT'.S FUUNISIIIXGH always on hand.
Satisfaction Guara'nteed or Money Refunded.
PHONE 30
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Harness Shop
We have opened up in the
HARNESS AND SADDLER*? business
OPPOSITE THE QUEENS HOTEL
Ropairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary district, and is being constantly
nilded to by the arrival of new goods from the east.
Frechette ®, Hallberg
GRAND FORKS, B. C.     .
*■ R. C. MGGUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,Gun Repairing, Muiui-
facturci' of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside
Gppnsltn.1. SV. Jones
Avenue.
furniture'Store,
WATCH REPAIRING
Begtilating and Adjusting a
Specialty.   Oood work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler unci Optlulnn,
CilvANn    FOHK, H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE.
Dr. FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
(Ulice over Hunter-
Phono 27. KondHdkCo.'HStore.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
• I Cany a Complete Unr
of I'lunihing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
IT'S WHEN YOU HAVE TOOTHACHE
That the, power of Nervili |uickly
makes itself felt. Any aching tooth
can he relieved hy Nerviline in a few
moments by filling the cavity with batting soaked in "Nerviline. A good plan
is to rub the gum with Nerviline also.
There isn't ii single remedy that Im-
iiiH'-l'uiirth the pain-relieving power of
Nerviline; which acts like magic. Net*
vilini' kills the pain outright mid prevents it from returning. You can't
boat Nerviline for toothache or neuralgia; it's the Beat pain cure. Price
2(js.   11. E. Woodland, druggist.
5C35C7C
GRAND BIG STREET
WHY GO EAST
the.  sun-burned, Page
CALL IN
And get measured for  a swell
Spring Suit
Wti have all the latest ntyles nnd
ean guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right.    Hue us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MKItrHANTTAlmtl,
(IPANP KDRllS, 13. C
Over
nnd alkali pin
just as well talk
und conifoituli
brush
s, when vou may
a delightful, cool
ride through  the
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw I'.lock.
Phono 138.       Orand Forks, B. C.
Pacific Hotel
J..I. McINTOSH
Opposite O.P. K. Stat!	
Coliimbiu II.C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
KINK.  T.AUNDK.UlNtl.
COIXABS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICK.   AND   IRONED HY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVEHS1DE  AVENUE.
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the Hio (Irande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,"
the onlv transcontinental line passing through' Bait Lake City, I lien-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs ami Denver enroute to east-
cm points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with nil trains east
and west, and afford a choice of live
distinct routes ol' trim i. The equipment of these trains is the best, in-
eluding free reclining chair ears.
Standard and tourist sleepers, n perfect dining ear service, uml also
personally conducted excursion (-Hi's,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look nfter the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant nijil inexpensive moans of
crossing tlio continent can lie found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address .1.
D. Mansfield,Gen. Agt., BioGrande
Lines, No. 12' Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicagi
Milwaukee & St. Paul K»iilwiiy(kiimvii
all over the Union as the great mil
wiiy running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night bctweenSt.
Paul and Chicago, and Omaha and
Cheap;*!. "The only perfect trains in
the' world," Understand: Connections are made with All Xransconti
nental Lines, assuring to passengers
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwnuliee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them,
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
B. Ii Foitn, U.S. Uowk,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore.
In order tokccotnniodfitc thc pros-
pective nominees for the queen of
the carnival from outside towns, the
hoard of directors have decided to
extend tbe time for the commencement of the voting until Monday,
the 25th fust., wben tho actual voting will positively commence, nnd
will lie continued until Monday,
August 3d, when tho polls will lie
closed. In the meantime nominations will be received up to Monday, July 25th. The directors will
donate ou tbe day of election a purse
of $250 in gold to the queen; also
prices aggregating S200 for the rock
drilling contest, and also 8100 for
lour consecutive balloon ascensions
by Prof. Johti Biwkey. Tickets for
the queer, voting contest will bo on
sale nt Woodland's drug store, Pe-
Irie's and liter's bookstores aud
Doi a'dson's fruit store.
During the Race Meet at
Grand Forks, B. C.
AUG. 24-27
For a nice hair-cut or
tho City Barber Simp
avenue.    Uaths 25c.
shave  go to
on Riverside
Webbs' chocolates galore
uldsou's, in bulk and in  fain
nt   Dons' boxes.
Heavy teaming of;
bv .1. W. Jones.
kinds done
The question: WImt will we have
for . dessert? The answer! Call up
Donaldson and get aorae Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone lt-1.
"Vou'n
Shop.
next" at tho Yale Barber
B
IDEN OPERA HOUSE
(.IIUIU'H DIRECTORY.
knox  PRBSBYTJiRIAN  OHUROH; Orand
l-ni'ltn  .1.   It.   Rqberttou,   U.A.,   pastur.
Servloetevory Sunday at n a.m. ant ittu ■ >.
li),;SiitiilaVM'liiiiii nml Itil.lf-'liWB, » n. m.:
w-.sui.tiist.-r Guild nf  0.  K., Tuonlay. 3
iTliS'V MltTHODIBT.OHUKCH- Corner Main
mul filth its.  J. I*. L*ottn,paitor. Servlitei
ovary Suntltty   nt   ll a.m.   ami    1,80 |i.m.:
dIiiM meeting ot oloto ot morning service;
s lav uiigol mi'l Ullile olniiat it p.m.:
prayer moat lug overs  Tliundaj; pvenlnir
nt 8 nVlorh. Tin- pullflelf I'm illllM) ItlVltM,
HOLY TRINITY OHUHCH (Oluiroli <>t Kntr-
lamD.C.ninil fforUi, Henry Steele, vl
Holy Communion, tl a. m.\ moriilh]
atiiUi-i'tni'ii, II u. in.|Hum   .
eveiiiot.ff nml sermon. lift) i<- m. ai
ooralally Invited.
FRIDAY, JULY 22
Benefit of tiie
GADTES' AID SOClETS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
When will appeal* t*u' Eminent
Actor-Manager^
Hr. John Maguire
In his taiunus monologue
entertainment,
"Begone
Dull Care,"
As given by 1 liin with unbounded buo-
costi throughout, the principal cities of
the Unite I Stated.
Prices 50 and 75 Cents.
■sits ean  be soenreil at Woodland'*)
Drug Store.
-(INCLUSIVE)
The most novel attraction ever held in the Boundary
Country, Four days ot' general entertainment ami merrymaking, in-which the whole Boundary country is cordially invited to participate; An interesting feature of the Carnival
will be tlte coronation of the Queen,, who will be elected by
popular vote. Candidates are entered from Rossland, Nelson,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic, Northport and Grand Forks',
and a close and spirited contest is looked for. Another feature will be the Grand .Midway Plaisance, which will ue
stocked with novelties of evory description. There will also
be a rock drilling contest for a valuable prize, in which the
best teams in the surrounding country will meet in competition. The Gala Attraction will be Manli-Gras night, when
everyone is invited to mask from-7 to 11:30 p. tn. For
further particulars see posters. There will be SPECIAL
HATES OK ALL RAILWAYS .luring Carnival Week.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
P. Donaldson
Aid. Feeney
Geo. Urlin
R. F. Petrie
M.White
J. Temple
J. M. Ross
John Leamy
C. Buhler
1
n
i
9
IM liUl/YM1 I'r 01)
&
rrltftterM  Solicit*.
Noturlsti, icu*.
i>,:   in-.im
iiilJp.m,
ui.i.-n nioou,*
>r • Winnipeg Ave
1'ii-t Street,
zA FULL LINE §f\
Drugs, Patent Medicines
and Drug Sundries.
Rubber Sundries a Specialty.
Phone 35 1 A" n'Z^!Cdu! '"y!    Night Service
Br dge a nd
•"Second Streets
J. M. ROSS
Druggist
and Chemist
u
$27.50 IN THE BANK IS WORTH
When an Accident Hapiicns.
$27.50 invested in tlio "Accumulativu" Policy issued by fcho CANADIAN CASUALTY AND BOIL15H INSURANCE COMPANY, of Toronto, may be worth $15,000 **> yo? wIi«M M acelitonl happen*.. Everybody admits
that it is tho best ACCIDENT ffiSPBANCE POLICY on tho market,
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY is to moot with an accident in order to tee'eivo thc cash under tins policy.
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE McCALEUM, »££■££
Call on him, aud liavo your sisters, ooui-ins, wives and mints nnd nil their friends call, and ask to see tlio NEW
.SICKNESS POLICY, covering 30 diseases, which is undoubtedly the most UP-TO-DATE siokuoss |
public.   DO IT NOW.'  No rJiodioal examination required.    Every ttiammd wonuii
Authorized capital. 81,000,000; subscribed capital. $600,000. Boiler Inspeetii
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator insurance. Consulting Engineer
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of charge on all mutters pertaining to st'-
visory .Department can save our policy holders many times their premiums by the sei
of regu ar inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosions.    All our iu-i
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -
p. T. MoCALLTJM, GRAND FORKS AGEN'I
NIONHOTEi ANDMU51CHALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER—
Meals Served at All Hours, Finely Furnished
Rooms In Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
liev before tlu
I ha*
Boiler  Insurance,   Personal
It will pay you  to  take out
i usage.   Our Engineers' Ad-
ni rendered  lliein.    Tho fact
Mrs are responsible engineers,
Head Office Toronto
%-s.RIDERAGENTSWANTED
in each town to take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles*
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
" Cossack," GuuanUKd nigh Grade $10.75
"Siberian,"       ABeauty       $12.75
"Neudorf,"      UoadRace*      $14.75
uo belter liicyolc at any price,
Any othi.r mnke or model you ,runl at one-third
usual price. Choico of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles,   blroiuji.it guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. 1). to any one
villiovt a cent dipo:.it und allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase is liindiui*,
500 Second Hand Wheels *> <j .  * Q
liilo-nlnlraiie liv our CIlli'llKO mill BtOKS, OO '0 UQ
idlSikn and models, Koodnsne* ^w      w
IjQ NAT  RI1Y n ' ' 1 \ - 1:'. ■ uvi,   n f r : , ;■
Tires, equlDm.nl, lundrle. nnd sport i
In our big tree sundryCBitlog. (■
FACIORV PHICES AND FREE ti'lAL 0FFEH.
Is or all Idiiils, at Imir regular tirle,'.
litndiHi tulliiforniatliin. Wntsl for It.
IL
CYCLE CO., Chicago, III. ■■
C:
W.K.C. MANLY
...DP.AI.Blt IN..
Shelf and Heavy Had ware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings --
c-
The first consignment of a  n        . j s-< •
largeand up-to-date stock of DOOtS and SHOCS        |
Just Received.
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET V
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
Is an old axiom, but in order to live
we must get the best to eat.
TRY Qll R Tender Steaks Juicy Cutlets, Chops, Etc.
1 n I WUn p^ anj Gamc jn Season.
Union c7Weat Company
Phone  14
Head Oi-i-ui: at GbeEnwood,  B. C.   Markets at Greenwood, R. C.
Phoenix, B. C, Grand Forks) B. ('., and McLeod, Alta.
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOMIGE,
First Street.
Highest Grade Imported
Ports, Cherries, Burgundies, Ktc.
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A lurge consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call nnd inspect them.
Also a stock of Blankets, Quilts, Billows, etc., to bo sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Bictttrcs
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue Grand Forks
N. D. McINTOSH
KlliST   STIiliKT, (IRANI}   PORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in .Stock and Wold Bed-Rook Prices. Largest Variety of
Goods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold. Cell and Inspect My Goods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY, SEE MAC FOR DNRGAINS
LAWN
%:,.,> SEEDS
The ecret of Good Crops is to Secure Good
Seeds. All Our Seeds are Fresh and Warranted to be of the Highest Quality,
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET
GRAND FORKS, Ii. c.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the oro shipments of Boundary mines for   1000, ilflOl, 1903,
1903, 190-1, and for the past week:
moo 1001.       1002.
Granbv Mines,I'bocnix  64,688 281,762   309,858
Snowshoe,  I'bocnix        297 1,721      20.S00
Mother Lode Deadwood    5,340 99,034   141,32(1
Sunset, Deadwood   ?04      7,455
Morrison, Deadwood  150
B. C. Mine, Summit  19,494 47,405
Emma, Summit  60O
Senator, Summit Camp         	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp        	
Brey Fugle, Summit Camp  	
No. 37, Summit Camp         	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070 1,040
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,250        	
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200 550
No. 7 Mine, Central  605
City of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        160 350
Providence, Providence  	
Elkhorn, Greenwood         	
E. P. V. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous     3,380 5,861
100,1
393,181
74,212
138,079
15,731
10(4    Past Week
300,490       8,400
2,000
96,284
14,811
19,365
8,530
22.937
368
15,537
785
2,435
625
5,646
482
2,175
_
219
99:1
400
167
325
1" 653
1,756
18,866
222
354
100
2,968
4.-16
285
204
Total,  tons	
Granbv Smelter treated .
99 730   390,000   507,515   684,426   431,673
62,387    230,828   312,340    101,921    322,621
11,836
8,210
EVERY WOMAN IN F00R HEALTH
1 las 1111 awful struggle. Lots to do,
all kinds of worry, must contend with
luss of sleep, poor appetite and tired
nerves. Her only desire is for more
strength and better health. This is
exactly what comes from using Ferrozone, the greatest tonic sickly women
ean possibly use. Ferrozone makes
the blood tingle and grow red, the
cheeks grow rosy, the eyes bright. Ferrozone invigorates the body, develops
new strength and makes life worth living, Ferrozone is the sort of tonic that
builds up, it gives one a reserve of
nerve force and establishes suoh healthy
conditions that sickness is unknown.
Let every woman use Ferrozone. Price
50c.  II. I-.. Woodland, druggist.
&
esass
THE   TORONTO
&
I DAILY NEWS!
i
■8
AND THE
Mining Stock Quotations
American Boy	
Ben-Hur .'  2
Black Tail  3
Canadian Gold Fields 4
Cariboi |(McK.)ex-div. 1
Centre Star  25
Denoro .Mines  22
Fairview  3
Fisher Maiden  3
Giant  2
Granby Consolidated. $4.50
isked.
Morning Glory	
Mountain Linn	
North Stai/(E, K.)...
Payne	
quilp	
Baniblcr-Caribou......
San Poil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess, pd).
White Bear "
l.t
11
10
15
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54
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4'.!
Bi»
U
1
3
20*
1
9
3
81
10"
20
I
QRAND FORKS SUN
LA GRIPPE COMING AGAIN
The doctors believe another epidomio
(if la grippe is Immv, ami already many
are Buffering. The medical men are
not afraid of ^rip^e since Caturrho one
was introduced, and olaim that no one
will ever catch this disease who inhales the fragrant, healing vapor of
Catarrhozone a few times daily. Catarrhozone kills the grippe germ ami
prevents it spreading through the system. "Lust winter I had an attack of
grippe,'* writes C. 1*. Macklnnon of
St. John's. "1 bought Catarrhozone
ami got relief in a short time. I found
Catarrhozone better than anything
else and was cured by using It, Catarrhozone prevents and eures grippe,
eolds and catarrh. Two months'treatment 81.00, trial size 26o. II. E.
Woodland, druggist,
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle and get it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season. Gbo.
CuAl'l'LE, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
l-fe
ft
.FOR   ONLY..
If you have a few friends to spend
an evening at your home, do not forget to leave an order for some Hazel
wood iee (Team at Donaldson's.
Phone 64.
Id
A radical change from old methods and prices bas been made by
tbe Toronto Daily News. The eyes
ol' the newspvper world have
been upon The .News for the past few
months, during which time several
departures have been made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation for enterprise and originality. This latest move is to place
The. News at the price of 81.00 a
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belief in tbe future success of The
News could lead the publishers to
make such a reduction in price.
But just as tbe dollar magazine has
taken bold of the people, so, we venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, based not only ou the popular price at which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
he paper.
We have arrangements concluded
which enables us to club the Toronto
News with our own paper at $2.25 a
year ill advance. Such a combination presents many unique features
—our semi-w-ceklv giving you nil
the home and district news, and
tbe big 12-page daily keeping you ill
touch with events ail over the world.
Send us your subscription to The
News, or if you would like to seo
the paper lirst, write us and we will
secure it sample copy.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in his county aud adjoining territory for well anil favorably
known house of solid financial stand
ing. $^0.00 straight cash salary and
expenset paid each Monday by cheek
direct from headquarters. Expense
money advanced. Position permanent. Address Manager, 810 Conn,
Block, Chicago, III.
| Subscribe
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