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TWICE-A-WEEK
Third Year.
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, November 24, 1903
No. 7
Mines and Smelters
nnd controls vast timber limits on
ti.cconst. Mr. Flumerfelt will be
one of tho new directors.
History ,gfBoundary
Big Machinery Has Been Ordered for
the Coleman Coal Mines.
F. H. McKenzie, of Jeff Davis &
Co.'s, left Sunday for Spokane,
where he
purchasing
linn
win spend several days H       the   District   Came   to Be De-
; Christinas goods for  Ins
veloped.
President Flumerfelt Says Six Hundred Men Will Be on the
Payroll Next Spring—Mining News of
the District.
The  Helen,
owned by thc Helen Gold Mining
company, has been bonded by C. A.
Philips,   and    development    work
started.
* *   *
A second hoist is being installed
at the Emma, Summit camp, and
ore will be shipped from the south
side of thc claim.
* *   *
The  Sunset   mine,   which    was
closed down because thc smelter had
so much custom ore that it was unable to handle Sunset ore, is again
on the shipping list. Seven miners
are at work> under the foremansbip
of J. Johns.
* *   *
On the Riverside group, situated
nil the south side of Kettle river,
near Westbride, Ben I'crkins made
a   valuable   strike last,week.    The
Greenwood, | (10-foot   ledge  with    good    copper
values.
*    *   *
A. C. Flumerfelt, president of the
International Coal& Coka company,
operating at Coleman, Alta., recently
visited Pittsburg, Pa., to let eon-
tracts for machinery to enable the
colliery to produce 2000 tons of coal
daily. The equipment will cost
almut 8150,00(1. This will also include tbe erection of the initial but
tery of 104 coke ovens. Tbe contract for tbe supply of tbe entire
electrical equipment, including motors, generators and electrical locomotives, has been awarded toa Pittsburg firm. Delivery of the complete
plant before March 1, 1004, is guaranteed. Mr. Flumerfelt engaged E.
E. Reynolds, of Wilkesbarre, Pa., as
 general superintendent of the Inter-
lead is about 40 feft wnie, and the' national Coal & C< ke company. Mr.
average assay is about 820 in gold.     Reynolds will report for duly on the
* *   * list   of   January   next.    Ho is  the
E. G. Warren is installing an elec-  United States goverhmi nt   inspector
trie plant at thc Providence   mine, for tho Wilkesbarre mining division,
The plant will be used in   running an experienced mining engineer anil
drills and hoist and lighting the un- an authority on coko'and bituminous
derground workings. coal. "Electricity," snys Mr. Flniu-
* *   * erfelt, ''will be thc motive power  in
W. P. Tierney, of Nelson, arrived .lmt ftrbum| i1r, lllilu,     \Ve ought to
in Greenwood last Tuesday with a be producing 2000 tons of coal daily
gang of men and several teams of boi'oro next autumn. Active work
horses and began work tut the H. C. „„ construction will be started early
W. Y. Williams, superintendent
if the Knob Hill and Old Ironsides
mines at Phoenix, left Sunday for
Spokane via tbe Great Northern.
'You're next" at the Vale Barber
Shop.
Reduced priceson jewelry,watches,
rings, etc., will be given at A. D.
Morrison's, commencing Monday,
tho 23d inst., and continuing until
the big auction sale on the 28th.
George A. Eraser, M.LA,, wns
ticketed to Victoria  via  the  Great
Northern Inst Sunday.'
Aid. Neil McCallum and bride,
nee Miss M. Winy, arrived home
from thc east Saturday afler ., on,
and arc now receiving the cong ntu-
utions of their many friends.
The First Settler Was Charles Deitz, Who Came Here in
1857—Interesting Statistics From the Geological Survey Department.
Copper company's converter spur.
It is saitl that the new brick
smokestack, being built at the
Mother Lode smelter, will cost about
87000.
* *   *
At thc Granby mines little short
of 400 men arc now employed, while
at thc smelter enough more are on
the payroll to bring the total number in the employ of the company
to about 700.
:|:     *     *
Albert I. Goodell, who recently
resigned from the superintenoy of
thc Boundary Falls smelter, has
been retained as the consulting engineer,   lie is now making his home
in Spokane.
* *   *
Hal Cole and G. F. Steele, owners
of the Defiance, have extended the
time of thc bond'given tbis year to
Wm. Fowler, The latter is starting
for Scotland, to spend the holidays,
after which work on the Defiance
will be resumed.
in January. 'Ihe grading of tin
railway switches to thc mines an
thc construction of the lirst battery
of 104 ovens is now in progress.
With thc opening of spring I bop
to set; a payroll of 600 men at Coleman. Thi' new boarding house, accommodating 7*> men, has been
completed. There are fifteen buildings now under construction, and
the loeal payroll there already numbers about 200 men. The present
output of the mine is about 1(10 tons
of coal daily."
A satisfactory report conies from
the city health officer, Dr. Kingston,
to thc effect tbat there hits been no
further outbreak uf scarlet fever, ami
it is expected that the public school
will be re-opened again this week.
Senator llauidcn's Black bcrelin-
ilers; all origin"! black American
lip-up-date company, composed of,
'allies and gentlemen lllil-tii it
melodies, plantation, jubilee and
r g-tiinc songs. Strictly a high-
class vaudeville company, B den
opera house, Wednesday, Nut'. --'.
Popular prices, 75c, 60c and 25c.
A. D. Morrison, the jeweler, star!-
d advertising a reduced side of nd
gunds kept in stout, b hi nin the Inst
me of This Six. Monday, the lirst
day of tbe sale, he sold more goods
than ho had the month prev.out.
The moral is obvious.   Advertise.
W. J. Cook, quarantine guard at
Laurier, will act as collector of customs at Cascade for the next ten
days in the absence of G. C. Rose,
who is taking a short vacation.
Tbe following, taken from the report of the Geological Survey department, gives some interesting information regarding the early history
of the Boundary district:
The first man in thc district was
Charles Deitz, who came in 1857;
■Old Jolly Jack" Thornton was the
second man. Boundary creek was
worked for placer gold in 1802, a
small town being located south of
the international boundary line. In
I8S4 the first mineral claims in
southern British Columbia were
staked, the Victoria and Washing-
Urn, afterwards Old England, located
on Hock creek a few miles above
Kettle river.    The same year two  of
lii'ought in outside mining men.
The townsite of Midway, formerly
known ns Eholts, wns acquired by
Captain R. C,Adams and associates
of Montreal in 1893. The site of
Greenwood was acquired in 1805 by
Robert Wood, win: immediately
founded thc town. Grand Forks
was one of the earliest settlements.
On the advent of the Columbia &
Western railroad most of thc camps
sprang suddenly into incorporated
towns. The chief towns ofthe district are Grand Forks, Eholt, Phoenix, Grcnwood Anaconda and Midway, with small settlements at Dead-
wood, Boundary Fallsand Carson.
The population of thc district   is
tbe pioneer prospectors, John East supposed to be in the neighborhood
and W. T. Smith, came to.theBoun-. of 10,000. The chief industry on
lory creek district, and in 1885 they which prnctically:.'ill the others tic
Miss Kale Peters returned lasl
Friday from Vernon, and will spend
some time with her parents here.
Miss Peters bus been qualifying herself as a professional luirse in the
Vernon hospital for the past seven
months.
...    .,.   ... t    E. O. Windsor, piano tuner, will
A recent shipment from thc Provi- be in Grand Forks in a   few   day
tlcncc mine of 40,104 pounds of ore
to thc Trail smelter,netted $4,403.89
or over $220 per ton. This was one
ofthe best cars yet sent out from
this high grade property.
* * *
II. II. Shallcnhcrger is preparing
to work tiie Moreen mineral claim,
in South Deadwood camp, tbis winter. It adjoins the Buckbom and
other well known claims, anil has a
Leave orders for him at Woodland's
drug stori
S. II. C. Miner, president of the
Granby Consolidated, and A. C.
Elimiei'felt.sassistant to tbe president, recently purchased a large interest in the Hastings Shingle company of Vancouver. This company
operates mills on both the Canadian
and thc American side of the   line,
Mr. L. Crosson anil bride, nee
Miss Lottie Hudson, arrived in tho
city* last Saturday from Loomis,
Wash., where ihe happy couple were
married. The congratulations of
their many friends nre pining in
on them. Th"V have taken up their
residence on Winnipeg avenue, near
the school.
Dr. Westwood wns a passenger to
Phoenix today.
located the lirst claim  in  thc  dis
trict the Rocky Bar, now the Tunnel
no   Boundary   creek near the falls.
The same year they also located the
Nonsuch in Smith's camp,
In 18r)6 the Bruce claim   on   In-
riiii mountain waa located by East:
In 1887 George and David Leyson
nd (ieo. Y. Bowermnn located the
Big Copper as the Blue Bird. They
went on through to Trail creek.
vhere they made sonic locations
around what is now Rossland, hut
they allowed their claims to lapse.
Ihe ICingtSolomon was located hy
Lafahro and Lynch, who threw it up.
in 1888 it was acquired by 1). C.
Corbin. In 1890-91 there were some
locations made by J tune i Atwood
and John Lemon around the Buck-
horn. On May 23d, 1001,11 e Mother
Lode wns staked by William McCor-
liiick and Richard Thompson, nml
mi Juno 2.1 John East located the
Sunset and Wm. Ingram located the
Crown Silver.
The same summer the pioneer
prospectors crossetl over to what is
now Phoenix. Matthew Hotter located the Knob Hill; AtW 1 located   the   Brooklyn and Summit
pend is mining. The attendant industries anil occupations are well
represented. Lumbering is carried
on to some extent, and ranching is
becoming important. It is found
that thc lower valleys are admirably
adapted for fruit growing, aim apples, plums and strawberries of pii mc
quality arc now being cultivated,
I'lie mining camps and towns afford
t good market for all such  produce.
Mrs. Lawrence, whose husband is
employed on the V., V. & E. at the
Kettle Valley railway crossing, ar-
ri el in thc eity last week from
West Superior, Wis., where they
lived prior to removing to Grand
Forks. They reside in thc West
end, close to the Great Northern station.
Young man. there is now excuse
for not buying your best girl a watch,
a diamond ring, or some other
sweet thing, OB A, I'. Morrison will
put the price within tin- roach   of
W. J,. Morrison, who was formerly  iu the lumber business hero, but
who is now a resident of Seattle, returned to the city Inst Friday even-
l[ilo of weeks' visit with
t'.inip; Scott McRao, Geo. Taylor.
Henry White. Geo. Rumberger nml
others also mild'' locations,   White
ami Atw 1. in  particular, locating ing for o
White nml Atwood's camps,   Tin- friends.
Providence wns located in  1891 by
Dicltman. Biden opera 1 so, Nov. 2.5th, a
In 1892 Howard ('. Walters first-class coon show, one that will
brought in a two-stamp mill, which [surely please. Rog-tlnio songs anil
was  set   up  at  Boundary Falls to dances, buck and wing dancing and
treat the quartz of   the   Boundary plenty of ( tody.    Popular pripes.
Falls  and   American  Boy   claims
50c and 25c,
.1. R. Hi
Our popular lire chief, A. E.
Savage, wjll join the army ol benedicts ou December 3rd. The bride
to he is Miss Brindle, sister of Mrs.
John Holland, of this city, at whoso
residence the ceremony will he   per- The Providence shipped about  45
formed.   Thc   marriage   will he a '"nsofore, wind,i is said  to have         „,.„,,   ,.„.,„„
n„uularone as both parties are well netted $lo,000.    Hie Skylark is said M. P, j>, ,■„,. ,;„,.„„. ,, u„s „„„..
and favorably known.   Chief Savage to have shipped $25,000 or $30,000 ried In Spok  Inst Wednesday l„
has been a resident of Grand fori s worth ofore.   Interesl   in the  low M|8S Florence Whitemaroh,    "'
for the past live years,  nnd is  held 8^e.ore bodies in those  days  is nla. 0n
.   ,. ,' ..'   , . ,   i}„„ said to have  n awakened by Scott
in high esteem lor his many sterling."""1""''
qualities.    Miss Brlndle comes fiom | MeRae, who made a trial shipment
Lewiston,   Pa.,   and   is.an accom- foroutsule capital, andJjy E.l. «"-
lam,   who  sampled   tin' rnvs
>ui.
plished ami popular young lady.
hi
Tin
nml 'advertised, v
E
points.
thc  newly  oloctod
of
sitiess lilts some good
se points, if constantly
ill bring business. QJlip liimmtrj §mt
PUnUSHED r.VKltv TUESDAY AND Fill DAY
BVBNINGS ATGUAXD PORKS, D.O., BY
G. A. EVANS,
80B&ORIPTION BATES!
One year....#8.001 Thrcemmths. .60
Six. month* .. LOO \ One nitntlli 20
Advertising rales furnished on application.
Legal notices} 10 andS Cts. per lint'.
Address all communications to
Tiik Evening Sun,
pnonb 55. qkand foiik.s, h. c.
q^fft-'iuArto
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903
The legislature meets next Thursday, nnd thc people will then know
as to whether Premier McBride will
be able to carry on the government.
It is drawing near to municipal
election time. It is up to would-be
aspirants to get their names whispered around. They say there will
be n bountiful crop of candidates.
Tiik Nelson Economist's mathematician comments as' follows on
the modesty of the member for Nelson: Tn the issue of the Nelson
Tribune for Saturday, the 14th inst.,
iu less than live full columns of
matter, original and selected, inclusive of the editorial page, the editor
of thc Tribune is referred to, more
or less directly, no less than 44 times.
The references are thus divided;
"Houston" or "John Houston," 21
times; "member for Nelson," 2
times; "he" or "him," 14 times;
'man from Nelson." o times; president Provincial Libeial-Conservative
association," 2 times; "politician
f.uin Kootenay," 2 times. Verily,
the editor of the Tribune, under bis
various designations, is a very modest man.
;aj
James Addison, contractor, returned home today from Calgiuy,
ha\ ing completed his contract foi
the erection of a wholesale liquui
warcliotiscliuuse iu that citv.
W. R. Williams, of Phoenix, wns
a visitor in the city this week.
An extra gang of men arc now al
work in the 0. P. R. yards getting
the ground ready for the new round-
bouse and several spurs which tin
company will build.
W. Davcy returned to the eity to
tlay from Calgary, whore he is i:
the contracting business with .la.-.
Addison.
Biden opera bouse, Nov. 25th,
(he  Original   Senator    Haiiidon'*
Seiv lew,   a   high-class    coloreti
vaudeville coin pany.  Popular prices.
75c, 50c and 25c,
A. D, Morrison, the well known
jeweler and optician, has decided to
hold no auction sale of watches, diamonds, rings, etc, without reserve,
on Nov. 28th, Now is your chance
to buy Christmas prcsolits for your
friends in the east.
PUBLICITY
Strength in the nil puts strength in
the business,
The time to advertise is when you
need customers and are prepared to
serve them.
An advertisement should be a simple, straightforward statement, easil*
e;el, easily comprehended, nnd conspicuously placed.
As a tree is known by ils fruits and
ns a man is judged by ins conduct, so
an advertiser is measured and placed
by Ihe text matter of his advertisements.
Tax Sale By-Law Passed Its
Third Reading Last
Night.
The regular weekly meeting of the
city council was held iu the council
chamber last evening.' Those pros-
sent were Mayor Burrell, Aid. McCallum, McLellan, Feeney, Martin,
(taw and Peterson.
The following bills were ordered
paid: Grand Forks Transfer Co.,
$15.30; W. H. Dinsmore, 810; Jas.
Sehanely, $10,511.
A "'communication was received
from H. Donnan, accompanied by
§ 10, asking the city to have water
put into his residence. The chairman of the water nml light col it-
tee wns instructed to have the same
done, provided the applicant was
willing to puy whatever il cost over
810, as the pipe would have to be
laid three blocks.
Mayor Burrell reported on the result of an interview with tlieColum
bia commissioners, on behalf oi the
committee composed of himself.
Aid. McLellan and Gaw, appoint* d
at the Inst meeting. The mayoi
stated the commissioners were ven
reasonable, ami took the view that
while thc : in ilgilYnatiou ngieemenl
gave theni full power to deal will,
nil iiiiprovepienls within the old city
limits of Columbia, yet thev wet'
quite willing to work in harmony
with the members of tho council foi
th" common welfare of both ends u
the city. 'Ihe mayor expressed
hiiusell as being quite satisfied a,
the result of the interview, mid lie
thought the aldermen were fl\tO
satisfied.
Aid. McLellan with, rw bis reso
l'tion regarding the ic lamp nnd
h drant which he intio need at tie
last meeting, and which the culinci
shelved for a week, nnd substituted
therefor another, worded n little dil
fercntly, which carried unanimously.
Aid. McLellan introduced a by-law
providing for the remuneration if
the mayor for bis services during the
current year. This provoked a
lengthy discussion. Aid. Gaw wns
of the opinion that nil the meinheis
o'the city council were entitled lo
remuneration, and if such a by-law
should be passed be for one would
accept pay for his services. Aid
Martin thought the mayor should I"
remunerated, but did not believe ii
imyiiig thr aldermen. Aid. McCallum thought that the reinunciaii n
o the mayor should be given, not n
i salary, but in some other will
Aid. Feeney expressed Ihe opinio,
ilnii the chairmen of the different
committees, ns well as the mayor,
were entitled to sonic remuneration,
ns they spent considerable time I'm
tne public good, and il it was decided
io pay them he would nccpt the
salary. The by-law, after furthci
discussion, was advanced to its sec-
mil rea ling.
A by-law providing for tho sale of
all lands in arrears for taxes for two
years was also introduced by Aid.
McLellan. Some of the aldermen
thought this was rather a harsh
measure, ns. if it passed, tbe party
whose land was put up for sale
would be compelled to pay not only
tho two years in arrears, but up to
the date of sale. Some of the other
aldermen took the view that it Was
quite right nnd just thnl .tbey should
have to do so; others bad been paying llieir taxes right along, and titer,
was no reason why sonic property
owners were practically making us;
of the city's money, while others
hnd to conic to the scratch with their
taxes. The by-law pnsseil its lirst
and second readings; was considered
and passed in committee of the
whole, after  which  it   received  its
third rending. It will be Onally
pnsseil at the next meeting.
The milling of feathers between
Aid. McLellan and Gaw at the previous meeting wns nil smoothed over
last night, ami tbey were throwing
large sized bouquets at each other.
The position of Mayor Burrell
during tho discussion on the salary
by-law was an unpleasant one. lie
stated'that be tlid not care to discuss
thc question at all, as there had
been some bitter feeling in thc council about live months ago, when certain salary by-laws were introduced.
As far as he was concerned, he
should like to be absent during the
discussion of this subject. There is
no doubt that the ratepayers nre of
the same opinion ns the aldermen
with regard to remunerating tho
mayor, It 'must be remembered
that he spends a lot uf bis time in
the interest of the city, to say nothing of the outlay of money forenter-
taining guests of tho city in bis official capacity, and there.ore it is
only just that he snoultl be reimbursed.
WE   SELL
NABOB
CEYLON  TEA
And the Beat of Everything
Else   in   the Groeery   Line.
IEFF DAVIS <& CO.
WtNTKl) -lUlTIII'UI, PERSON. TO CA 1,1.
en ri'tml trntle nml uveitis for itiniiufaotlii'liiK
bouse tnvvliiir well established bn-liimsl lenil
territory! stratum salary (20 paitl weekly
mill expense money advanced! previous ex-
iterlettoe unnecessary; rosltton pcriimueiit:
bttsluess*succeHstui. Unclose self-addressed
(>,iv«>lii|>p. Sup,., jnii,ml,,nt Travelers, 605
Motion Bldg., Ohloago.
Don'l'fail to rend A. D. Morrison's
ad. on the second page.
Baths 20 cents at the Yale Barber
Shop.
REPUBLIC ORE SHIPMENTS
Tn a measure one can  learn  advertising only by advertising.
Worse than the Man in the Well.
The escape from death of Cnptnin En
gellandt of the Gcrrann iron sailing ves-
Bel "Erndte," news of which is reported
from Dantx.ic, will hardly find its equal
In the annals of Hfe-savlng. The "Erndte'
left Memel with a c;irgo of timber
on April 10. Durintr the next two dny3
the vessel was exposed to a very roujjh
eea, which kept the crew of four men at
work day and night. On April 18, just
ns the enptain hud retired to his cnbin,
the storm suddenly became so violent
that Hie vessel capsized. The crew wei<!
BM'ept away and drowned, ajid the cup
tain was imprisoned in the ship's hull
the hatches having been closed tightlj
hy the sudden pressure of the water.
The wreck drifted along, keel upr-ermoit,
until .April HO, when it was sighted by
the Norwegian steamship "Aurora" off
the fishing village of llixhoeft. The
steamship immediately proceeded to secure the wreck, and while thus engaged
the crew heard repented knocks from
the inside against the iron bottom. The
also noticed a nniae resembling a human
voice crying "Help." A hole was drille.'
in the iron plates, and this was hardly
accomplished, when a human finger appeared in the opening. Then Captain
Engellandt announenl himself to the astonished sailors ;'s h fe and sound within the ship's hull, lie said he hnd food
enough fur three days, but dining the
last 24 hours had been compelled to
drink sea water because (lie tanks were
empty. The Norwegian steamship's artificers were not prepared to make the
hole in the iron bottom large enough tc
permit of the imprisoned man's liberation, and therefore the wreck was towed
to DanUic. Here the vessel was raised,
nnd thus ended Captain EngeMnndfg captivity, which lasted twelve weary days
and eleven nights. The hardy seaman is
none the wor--e for the fatigues he underwent. During the day he worked hard
to make his preseuee irside the vessel
known to passing ships, but at. night lie
slept peacefully with the water under
neath and the iron roof above.
"Who originated the remark, 'It is al-
ivays the unexpected that happens?"'
"1 don't know/' said the melancholy government attache, "but 1 suspeet he
worked in the weather bin can."—Wash*
iugton "Star."
"W'y don't you put mo' hell in yotf
sermons, Hre<- Williims?" "Well, w'en
I gives 'cm too much er it de congregation makes stall a noise fanuin' deyself,
I hez ter order a recess I"—Atlanta
"Constitution."
Our Catalogue is a veri-
tuble bank book, wherein    s
every  article   illustrated g
means to our customers
a direct cost saving.
Th*; new edition, ready Nov.y,
will bj ot iiicutcutable value io
everv person into whose lianJs
it comes.
It will illustrate articles
of high quality only at the    |
extreme   lowest   prices.
Write for a copy.   It will
be forwarded free of cost.
RyreeBros.
jewelers
MSMM
The following is the wtatenient of
the   ore   tonnage shipped from Re-
public during the past week :
Mountain [Jon—
To Nelson smelter     II ears
Quilp-
To Tnrotnn smelter    12 ears
Knob Hill-
To Nelson       '2 ears
Zeln M.—
To Ci'ofton      3 ci.rs
Trndo Dollnr—
To Nelson      1 car
Total, Inns    32 ears
!)o you want the news of the approaching session Free? Snbscrihi
for the Victoria Daily Times for
1904, and receive the paper free until the end of this year.
This offer is for cash-in-advnnre
sithserihers to the   Daily   ($5.00) or
tli« Twiee-a-wcek (II.00).
Full aiid impartial reports, halftone nils of members, cartoons nnd
corridor gossip. Four-page colored
comic supplement every Saturday.
Remit to the "Timks,"Victoria.
It costs money to adverse, Jt coats
more to attumate.
Klondike pool  table.    Only  one
in citv.    Ctrmid Forks hotel.
Pacific Hotel.
J.J. McINTOSH
Opposite O.P. it- Station.
Columbia, B.C.
ORTGAGE SALE.
MNDBRAKDIIYVIRTUKOV THK POWKH
U   nfffa1i tahiftlt! iw.Mtnin Mortffajre,
< Mi wl Ibeproilucrdatthfl time or -mle.
thorn v 111 be nfler**! for miIo liy nubile ano-
iloi b>* P«ter Taylor Mo1 nllnm, Anctlonier,
,n  Wednesday, the latli day <>f November.,
Iim  nt  11 o'elooli  i<> the foreoi  nt tiie
Court   Hoiimi, Or I  Poilw. that |>foiterty
•.[tunte in the Citv ..f Grand Pnrki u»o  be*
a com|k'fed ot t.ot Number IMn  Itloel-
Number Tw ■. iwurdttijr t.«     a\> 28of nald
iiv The orooerty is u tiotei luill-lintr.
luiowiiHx Oi-niibj Htitel.
'i'BllMH Off SM.K.    Ten   per rent of the (Hir-
■bnt.0 mouej to be piild  nt the  ttnieof nolo,
• 'id  tbe  bnhiiiefl  within thirty ilnya there*
ififi.   Sale will lie mibjeetto a reserve bid.
For further partleularii and  oonditioiiN of
1     MA'CniiNBIX, MeM.vsTi:1: .1 SBAKY,
fii YoutteHt.,Tiirouto,Out
NOTIOK-The above Mile has been poit*
poued for onencok, Nov.snth iimt., nt the
nine Innir nnd plane.
I'.T Mi" A I.I.I'M, Aiietliinppr.
PORTRAITS
I FOR A
Xmas Present
TlnTi' is Aothing so appropriate and
inexpensive us u good Photoglyph
of vmirs.ili' or family.
Better have ymu sitting this week,
unci [will beable'to'finish them in
time tn send to thc old folks.
iVl I LI\l C, 1\ < ld STaNO
N. II. -The mornliiB light i. tlir ln-t for
Chililreii's Pictures ihis tlmo of the year.
V\7E   would   stig-
*      jjjest in making
vour
XHAS
Selection, you do not
overlook n
KODAK
Useful and instructive to all.
Select one now.
H. E. WOODLAND
& CO.
Sole Dcnlcrs for
EASTMAN KODAK CO.
"OUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
The following bible gives the oro shipments of Boundary mines
■   mill, 1002, ll)l);i, and for tbepast week:
1900        tOOl.        1008.        190-1,  Past I
il.v MinPB,Pboonix... 64,533   231.7lii!   800,858   825,586     11.
iiibwshoo, Phoenix       21)7
llrooklyn, Phoenix       150
Mother Lode. Deadwood.   5,840
Sunset, Deadwood	
.Vlprrisnn, Deadwood	
II. ('. Mine,•Summit  19,404
K. Bell, Summit	
ICnnna, Summit	
: )ro Denoro	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1,070
(doldimCrown,\VeTlington   2,260
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
ICingSolomon,W. Copper	
No. 7 .Mine. Central	
City of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, Long Lake       180
I'liiini. West Fink	
Providence, Providence	
Klklitirn, Greenwood,,.'	
Huliy, Boundary Fulls	
Miscellaneous    8,230
1,721     20,800    68,602
00,084   141,326   114.716
for
\'eek
666
7-10
804
150
47,406
560
650
,456
14,811
8,680
15, IE
3,331)
10,865
076
270
1,0-10
660
875
066
"850
800
785
G25
482
2,178
"210
18,920
11,074
2,-13(5
80
,456
1,886
705
173
840
720
00
"306
Total, tons  00,780   300,000   507,515   582,921
'iranby Smelter treated .. 02,387   230,828   312,340   801,228
892
081
ti DONALDSON'S 2 PART STORE
COK. BRIDUB AND FIRST STREETS
Gent's Department Everybody See This Side
Cigars
Tobaccos
Pipes
Smokers'
Sundries
Lairgest und
Best
AiKortnl
Stiicli hi Die
:loiiniltiry.
uXberleuoe
Hull Money
Count
In
Everything.
Candies
Fruits
Home-Grown
Celery
Etc.
Our Motto:
"The be*
money will buy
Irt Hot. t(>(l f-UOU
for our out"
tinners."
Phone 64
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THE
Loan & Savings Co,
LA CIE DE PRET ET D'EPARGNE
a reapqnsabilite liftritee.
CAPITAL$250,000
with powers to issue tl,000,000 bonds.
You May Borrow
Any Amount of Money
with which to buy a home,
a farm, or pay off a mortgage, on your personal note
with absolutely no interest
to pay, taking '20 years or
1ms to pay it linck in small
monthly payments without
interest.
Why Pay Rent
or he troubled witli mortgages when Tim Loan and
hAvisns Company will furnish you with thc money to
buy your home or pay off
your mortgage in any In"
cality ami charge you no in-
thiiest. No matter where
you live, lose no time hut
consult at once
THE LOAN & SAVINGS CO., LTD,
Head Office: 20 St. Alexis St.,
MONTHHAL, CAN.
Strictest investigation courted, Agents
in all parts of the Dominion of
Canada wanted,
JOHN    HAVERTY
HBFRB-'BNTATIVB.
G. J. HAYWARD
CUSTOMS BROKER
WHY (40 EAST
Over  the  sun-bumed, hu^o brush
ilkali plains, when you may
jUBt as well take u delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through tin1
j heart of ihe  Rocky  Mountains in
| view of the grandest scenery on tin'
| American continent?
This you tan do hy       i '      no,
'the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,''
the only transcontinental lint- passing through Salt Lake City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to cistern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all twins cast
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. Thc equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining c\; ir cars.
standard anil tourist sleepers, a per-
leet dining car service, an I als<
personally conducted excursion cars,
each in charge of a competent guide
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No mon
pleasant and inexpensive menus pi
crossing tho continent can he found
than is provided by these excursions.
Fur additional details address .1.
I). Mansfield, Gen. Agt., RioGrandi
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go t<
the City Barber Shop on Rivertrich
avenue,    liaths 25c,
The (irand Forks hotel, the oldest
hotel  in   the  city   has a  capacit
for  70  people.    Everything up to
date.    Rates, $1 and 81.50 per day
If you want to buy Halcyon Mineral Water call at tho Grand Fork*
hotel.
Subscribe for Thk Evening Sun
82 per year.
I   Education ofthe Blue Bloods.
| The new governess, having by tho pas*
I elve assistance of the school-room nier-
I glass primly patted her hack hair and
| bestowed un admonitory twist upon tho
1 silver "Mizpah" locket adorning a par-
j ticularly scraggy throat, turned afTaWy
1 to her two pupils, and in a prim "Miss
! Edgeworth" sort of manner, remarked)
"My dears, the OOUntess having left
the ordering of your course of study en-
I tirely in my hands, I purpose following
! the method I have hitherto pursued in
the numerous highly respectable and intensely superior middle-class families it
has been my privilege to educationally
direct. We will therefore commence with
the simplest lessons suitable for your
years, your sex and station. It is now
ten o'clock. Until 10..IO wc will concentrate our attention upon the ealigrapV.t
flrt. You, Lady Blanche, will write otfl
•Modesty 1b the crown of womanhood1
twenty-five times; while von, Lady B**
tnyntrude, will transcribe 'Virtue is lifeo
purest pearl' in similar ratio."
Lady Blanche, aged eleven, took frnw
her pocket an elegant bonbonnlere, an-1
thoosing therefrom a marron glace wilt
the same careful earnestness that a mi
ture smoker betrays when selecting I
cigar from a well-filled case, proceeded t ■
l daintily nibble the corners.
Then, leaning comfortably back In the
low rocking-chair and crossing her long
legs in a ladylike manner, she bestffwwi
a eomprenensive wink upon the more juvenile Ermyntrude, and said, pleasantly
"My dear Miss Frumpletowzer, it will
be better for all parties concerned i! we
come to an immediate and perfectly clear
understanding. You, 1 presume, forthe
sake of a certain number of spondulicks
paid quarterly or annually, as the case
may be, have agreed to impress upon our
plastic minds certain trite items of cut-
and-dried information which serva to
make up, as a whole, what 13 ternwd
education, whilst wo—my s'ster and uu-
self—as a duty we are supposed to oW>
to our parents, hive consented to b*
thus impressed. So fur so good. Bu
when you speak of modesty and virtue
in the—forgive me if there is anything
offensive In my manner of putting ltl —
childish, middle-class manner to which
you have, from your own admission, hitherto been accustomed, you fairly make
me tired! Why. good gracious! Sup
pose sister Ethel had followed your flrsi
maxim, and hadn't made a dead set at
the Duke of Dnllborough, and dogged
him all over the blessed shop, so to
speak, do you imagine she would miff be
a duchess and a persona grata et'M In
royal circles? Or what becomes of mother—who has been thr.-p times divorced—
if your second aphorisn is worth a plush
of'aalt? No, no! Mndesty and Virtu*1
are excellent things in tlieir proper plw
—which X opine to b some musty dictionary safely stowed away upon some
top shelf. What we aiueipally require
is some little practice n waltz-steps and
the perfecting of our 'rench accent, Hie
latter of which—Erra; b in particular—I
frankly admit to be \ te. You'll have a
capital berth here wlic i you get to know
the ropes—providing. >i course, that we
pull together. In th it little cupboard
there, behind the boo) case, you'll dad a
bottle of cherry brar dy and a b»a of
fairly decent cigarettes, and undernaath
the sofa cushion is a copy of f tan tint's
'Mademoiselle de Maupin/ which we
prigged from mother's boudoir, and whioh
will certainly not be missed for a day or
two. Suppose we begin with a cut at
that for an hour or soT There's heaps
of words I can't make out, and the dictionary's such slow work!"
And as every hair upon the respectable
governess's head betrayed irrepressible
symptoms of standing bolt upright, ehe
added, easily:
"I suppose even you've hnd a maafc or
two in your time? But you shall tell u->
all about it at your leisure. Ermy, dear.
do run upstairs and fetch my puff. You'll
(Ind it between the poudre de Ninon bax
and my ivory-backed church-gervi**."-
tinglish paper.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PKBSHYTKRtAN OHUKOH. Oram
i-niks .1. ii. Robertion, B.A., noitor
BervloesevorySupdayol 11 a.m.ard liBOp
in.: Suiiday lohoal and Bibleplans, >• p.m.
tmlniter Guild ut O.  B.. Tuesday, I
iUST Ml'.'
Coneignnfentfi Bond to mo will
1m> pawed Customs und distributed speedily by unexcelled f.i-
cilities.
FREIGHT AND DUTY PAID.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Reference:—
Eastern Townships Bank.
THODIHTOHUKUH   t-nrimi Mali
ami Kittb Rts,  .1. v. Rett*,pastor. Service-
every Sunday »t il it. »t. ami   T.SU p.m.i
olans meeting at eluia of morttliiK icrvlee:
Sunday  lohool and liil.l.' olauat Bp. m.
I    prayer meeting every Thursday ovejilnu
I   at Bo'olook. The tiiibllolscordially tnvltsd,
Hdl.Y TRINITY CHURCH (Oliurob "f Bug*
laud), Grand Forks, Henry Steele, vicar-
Hob Communion, - a. m.i morning prayer*
and sermon, ll a. in.; Sunday Reboot, s u. m.i
evensong and sermon. 7il1   i>. m.   All nre
cordially Invited.
«f*o«o1o«<ifte«'»a9o«<»<io<?'><iooo»
Notary Public       %
Real Estate Dealer %
OFFICE IN MINER HOUSE.
Grand  Forks, B. C.
Pacific Hotel
J.J. McINTOSH
Dliposito C.I'. It. Station,
Phone f>9. Colllmbin, 1). C.
SEE MAC
FOR BARGAINS
Now nnil Second-Hand
Goods Bought and Sold
STOVES A SPECIALTY
N.D. McINTOSH
Cor. Bridge and SocondSts.
9«4«»OH«««»»«<i<l««5MH)o
Gotf.
To play the game of golf v«ijt Kltli
outfit is necessary. You mcicb rnMlfi'
a ball, a club, a boy, and a jtitlja- o.
Scotch.
Golf is played on a green. Hon Ms
go on the green. Thc boy puU Shi W
on a little hillock of sand, anVl a!) |»i
have to do is to hit it. Not tl o btij' o
the sand, hut the ball
Hit the ball ns hard as you o»nt mil
send it as far ns you can, Then let thr
boy go and lind it. Meanwhile, you con
suit tho fourth requisite for tbe game,
the bottle of Scotch.
Golf is a special Hootch gnmo.
The boy is called a caddie, and you .•«"
readily sec that he is n very Utfclul thing
to have about you. Be carries all the
implement* of the game (except thai
fourtli one), places thc lull for you,,and
hunts for It afterwards. If you arc n
particular person, the caddie can be com-
missioned to swear for you. But most
golfers prefer to do their own swearing.
They find it useful, as an aid to the real
sconce of the sport.
In putting the ball into the hole it ie
customary to use the club. But, if you
can get the caddie to turn round nnd
look at the prospect at the critical moment, you will lind it much easier to
shove the ball into the hole with the toe
of your boot.
Ladjles play golf, but they never should.
They cannot master the language of thc
royal and ancient game, If they smash
a club, or get bunkered, they merely observe, "Bother it!" And "Bother it!" is
IV*' golf.—"Ally Sloper'e llalf Holiday."
flood advertising gives  III Ivor
tisor u direct lino on the goal "sue
Tin-re is no ambiguity in good advertising.
If ymi want nil the local  news,
read tin: EVENING SlJN.
W. K. C. MANLY a
Shelf and Heavv
Hardware
Large Stock of Heaters on Hand.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee <k St.Paul Railwuy(known
II over the Union as the great rail
my running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night between St.
Pan! aud Chicago, and Omaha and
Uhcaga. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand: Connections are mads with All Transeonti
•.ental Lines, assuring to passengers
the best service known. -Luxurious
uoaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agentfl sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   in-
tonnation, address
a. L. Ford, H. S. Rowb,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
'Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore.
FOR A GOOD FIT
A Stylish Finish and
Lasting Satistaction
BlOrCIiES—Clevelands, Miuwie-
Hamn, Imperials, Columbia**, Ramblers*—all top-notchers—for sale and
forrent. Also a complete line of bicycle sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing. Gko. CttAPPt-B, First St.,
opposite postoffice, Grand Forks, li. C.
HARMONY LODGE No. 37, A. F.
it A. M.—Regular Communica-
c.itioit First Wednesday of each month
nt ^ o'clock p. in. precisely. Sojourning Brethren cordially invited to attend. Jno. Roobiis,
Jno. Westwood, W.M, Sec.
QRAND  FORKS FEDERAL LA-
bor   Union   No.  231, A.L.U.—
Meets     every    Wednesday    evening
;t <S o'clock in   Federal   Union  hall.
Jas. A. Kakhis, Pre».
John T. IjAWUKNCE, Sec.
An advertiser ought to put only
such claims in lii« ad as he would
make personally, face ti face, to the
most particular customer that comes
nto his store.
Got Vour Clothes
Made i>y
W. H. DINSMORE,
UBROHANX TAILOR,
GRAND PORKS, B  C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
finuhiutr Pennsylvania Collf'.'c <»i'
Dental Surgery; Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw BUx-k.
Phone 13S.       Grand Forks, B.C.
L.   P. ECKSTEIN
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
MohiiiHcis Bloos,        QKAND FORKS,B.C.
Dr. Follick
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Hunter-
Phone -'7. KendrickCo.'sStore.
Vl II   1'. CLKMKNT JOHN II. 8PBNOB
Clement C& Spence
BarH»tern, Solicltor»,
Niil»tr'c», Ktc
Blilen Block, Corner Vltiiilpwi Avenue and
Plrtt Street,
(iltANI) POBK8, B.C.
:q IT SHINES FOR ALL!
I
I' Vol. dnslro I" !»• well Informed mi
Boundary mattcra l«- <m.i ii comog
lo ymir home
B
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B
m
TW1CE=A=WEEK
During tlic whole year. It is owned by
the editor, and not by any olique or faction,    it is worth $5.00,    tt costs only
$2.00 PER YEAR
i
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®@§®$ &m # m ® b -b b THE HAMMER
LIKE AU,.BUSINESS MEN OF DIICIMCCO   DEl/IVAl
GRAND FORKS, I ANTICIPATED A DUulllLOO   lluVlf AL
HUT, AS WE ALL KNOW NOW, TIIAT ™ A "DIFFERENT STORY." LARGE STOCKS OF
GOODS ON OUR HANDS—SALES INDIFFERENT. HENCE I HAVE CONCLUDED TO
TAKE THE PUBLIC INTO 11Y CONFIDENCE. I NEED THE MONEY, &ND HAVE ENGAGE;
MENTS TO MEET—THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD—CONSEQUENTLY J HAVE DEC IDED TO
HOLD A SALE
EXTRAORDINARY
AND DISPOSE OF MY LARGE STOCK BY AUCTION (WITHOUT RESERVE), COMPRISING
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVER AND SILVER PLATED WARE, CUT GLASS, CLOCKS,
CHAINS, RINGS, ETC., IN FACT. ALL LINES OF A WELL APPOINTED UP-TO-DATE
JEWELRY ESTABLISH!!ENT.
WHY?
AS STATED BEFORE, I NEED THE CASH.    THE GOODS MUST BE PAID FOR, AND TIIE
CRASH MUST COME ON NOVEMBER 28TH NEXT.
WHERE?
ON BRIDGE STREET, WHERE I HAVE REEN KNOWN FOR YEARS AS
THE JEWELER
PRIVATE SALES "'ILL START ON MONDAY,NOVEMBER 28RD NEXT, AND CONTINUE
UNTIL DATE OF AUCTION. ALL GOODS WILL RE MARKED DOWN AND SOLD AT
GREATLY REDUCED FIGURES.
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,
First Street.
Highest Grade Imported
Pouts, Cherries, Burgundies, Etc.
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
Christmas Goods
W. U ITTER & CO.
Buy your Xmas Goods now, You will have a
larger assortment to select from.
We can discount anything in the Toy, Fancy,
Goods and Novelty lines,
There has never been anything in Grand Forks
to equal our Fancy Chinaware,
By selling the quantity we can afford to sell
cheap,
Therefore you will lose money by sending out
of town for anything in our line.
Remember our place is
Santa Claus' Headquarters
Bridge Street Phone A 115
FRANK    Mil LER
GENERAL TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Good Dry Wood Dollvered to
Any Part ofthe city.
Where Perfumes Come From.
William E. Curtis declares that ninety
per cent of the perfumery used in tin1
world comes from what isknown as the
Department of Sea Alps in France, the
strip of mountainous country which lie*
along the Mediterranean east of Marseilles. The soil, the climate, and the
sloping hillsides facing the southern sun.
make this a most favorable location for
the cultivation of flowers, nnd the annual harvest is about (1,000,000 pounds of
roses, 5,000,000 pounds of orange bios
soms, 3,000,000 pounds of carnations. 1,
000,000 pounds of violets, 9,000,0f».;
pounds of lilies, 000,000 pounds of tubl-
roses, and other flowers in proportion
These flowers are mostly raided by plants, who own small farm* and do the!
own work. They sell their crop of flow
ers to the agents of Paris perfumen
manufacturers, and train-loads ar
shipped to thnt city every night durimi
the season, just ns milk from the Wes1
em farms Is shipped to the crenmerie-
When there is an abundant harvest, th
buyers will pay six cents a pound fo
rose leaves, seven cents for orange bio-
soms, twenty-five cents for jasmines, flff'
cents for violets, and similar rates fo
other flowers. After the day's harvest i
done, the flowers are dumped upon table
or benches and the stems are nippci'
close, but the leaves that protect th-
blossoms are allowed to remain, becausf
otherwise they wilt quickly, and fresh
ness is desirable. Each leaf contain-
only a particle of oil, and it takes r
great many particles to make an ounc.'
It requires 32,000 pounds of rose leaves,
or 6,000,000 single blossoms, to make on.
pound of rose oil, and 40,000 pounds of
violets, or 12,000,000 flowers, to make n
pound of the oil; and one may judge ol
the enormous amount of flowers that ar?
gathered annually for this purpose when
it I* known that the perfumers of Pavis
consume nearly a million pounds of the
oil of flowers every year.
PHONE 01
GRAND FORKS AM) COLUMBIA, II. C
MEDICAL   HALL
FOR
PURE DRUG,
Take a 1 1; nt Our Wiudow
Display ofthe Latest Novelties
iu Chatelaine lings nml Purees,
FIRSTST.JP. POSTOFFICE
Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded,
FRASER DRUG GO,, DRUGGISTS
New Version of an Old Story.
Leopold de Rothschild, in his speech as
chairman of the Newspaper Press Fund
dinner in London the other day, demolished the tradition about the way in
which his grandfather obtained advance
news of the victory at Waterloo. According to the current story, whioh even
the "Encyclopaedia Britannica" repeats,
Nathan Mayer Rothschild was present at
the battle, and hurried back to London
as soon as he Haw it was decided, getting
there some hours before the news became known, and making enormous profits by buying up stocks. His grandson
told the newspaper men that "the accurate story would appeal to them as
journalists, viz., that tiie news came
through thc medium of a snnll Dutch
newspaper. The news was published in ci
single line: 'Great victory of the English
at Waterloo.' His grandfather, who was
tho owner of some ships, told his captains that whenever they went anywhere
they were always to bring him the Litest
newspapers. One of the-.fi trusted captain! arrived with a paper announcing
the great victory. Mis «mndfather, who
believed, as they all did now, in the ac
curacy of all newspapers, immediately
took the news to the Treasury, and gave
the Information to Lord Liverpool. He
did not tell liiin how he knew it, and his
news wa,4 scouted because thc intelligence
had arrived of the defeat of the English
troops on the previous day."
PRINTING
Just what you want
Just when you want it
GOOD SERVICE is composed of two elements
—excellence of the work and promptness in
the execution. Bad work executed promptly is not good service—good work delivered behind
time is not 'good service; hut thc two combine to
make one of the most necessary, hut hardest to obtain nnd often most expensive, requirements of the
twentieth century business mnn. Thnt we have
learned the lesson in theory we have shown. Our
customers will testify thnt wc have also learned it
in practice.
WE  PRINT:
Price Lists
Pamphlets
Letterheads
Billheads
Statements
Invitations
Ball Programmes
Business Cards
Visiting Cards
Shipping Tags
Dodgers
Envelopes
Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Carry a Complete Line of Sta-jH
tionery in Stock.
■j^
Our Jobbing Plant Is new, nnd consists of the
latest nnd most popular faces of type and the
most up-to-date machinery. All work guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
TheEveningSun
Job Department.   f*«»«
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