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Fourth Year.--No. 3
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, November 8, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK    f ■*
Political  Candidates  Were
Named at Kamloops
Last Tuesday.
List of Those Electors Who
Subscribed  to the
Legal Papers.
On Tuesday ltuttt, at Kamloops,
Returning Officer O'Hara received
the necessary papers and $200 deposit from each ot the three candidates—Duncan Ross, publisher, Lib-
oral; Martin Burrell, rancher, Conservative; Ernest Mills, smelternian,
Socialist.
The returning officer therefore declared that there would be a poll
taken on Tuesday, November 22.
The nomination papers of Mr.
Ross were subscribed to by the following electors:
Kamloops—G. 15. Govett, engineer; A. G. Taylor, contractor; M. S.
Wade, M.D., publisher; R. MacKay,
contractor; J. Herchmer, conductor;
T. H? Leenilngj hardware merchant;
R. C. lilaekhouni, painter; J. Morrill, miner; (I. T. Mallery, druggist;
.1. Payne, cattle buyer; A. D. Mac-
intyre, barrister.; A. F. Lauder,
merchant; H. W. Campbell, chirk;
Geo. Pickering, clerk; \V. M. Campbell, jeweler; J; R. McKabh, clerk;
\V. Hargrenves, merchant; Robert
Allen, merchant; W. R. Ronrke,
grocer; J. 11. Wilson, merchant
tailor.
Vernon—S. C. Smith, mill owner;
A. Leishinan, carpenter; A. C. Ca-
rew, retired commander royal navy;
R. Swift, farmer; John Highman,
contractor; ,1. Mildmay, clerk in
holy orders; II. G. Muller, Imlel
proprietor; .lolin I). Williams, physician; Fred Hillings, barristcr-at-
law; J. E. Matheson, merchant
tailor; F. II. Latimer, civil engineer;
K. Costerton, insurance agent; W.
G. Pound, furrier and taxidermist
Armstrong—F. W. Fletcher, pro-
Jluce dealer; Ronald R. Burns, druggist; Sam Gray, fruit grower; John
R. Will, rancher; Geo. Patchett,
rnnclier; Geo. Lynn, rancher; .1. T.
Bird, rancher; Chas. Wilson, rancher; 11. Swanson, farmer; Geo. W.
Armstrong, printer; Wm. S. Burnett, farmer.
Lansdowne — W. T. Marshall,
farther.
Mam—Win. Owen, farmer,
Sliiiswap—T. V. Graham, rancher; ,1. Bnlllle, sawmill owner.
Louis Creek—Donald Fraser, farmer.
Quilclicna—E. O'Rourke, fanner;
,1. Guichon, fanner.
Stump Lake—Thomas liulman,
rancher, and others.
Mr. Burl-ell's papers were signed
hy;
Kamloops—L. T. Blair, merchant;
W. H. Ford, hotelmnn; F. E. Burns,
merchant; Allan McNab, engineer;
E. A. Nash, estate agent; J. T. Robinson, broker; John O'Brien, saloonkeeper; W. F. Wood, mine manager;
J. R. Hull, stoek raiser; G. Loney,
merchant; John Milton, coul and
wood merchant; Shuswap, J. P.
Shaw, farmer, and others.
Mr. Mills' nomination papers bore
the signatures of:
KainloopB—M.   Delaney,  miner;
Jos. McGee, commission merchant;
C. F. Armstrong, telegraph operator;
II. Thompson, miner; A. Latham,
teamster; J. Youughusband, miner;
E. B. Roulhvcr, sawyer; R. Husband, miner; C. It. Hanna, miner;
Chas. Devore, barber; Douglas Willis, miner; Gilbert Lawrence, carpenter; Sucker Creek, John Collum,
farmer; Louis Creek, C. Fadaer,
farmer, and others.
The agents of the respective candidates are: For Ross, John D.
Swanson, barrister, Kamloops; for
Burrell, J. R. Michell, Kamloops;
for Mills, J. J. Caullicld, Greenwood.
THE CITY COUNCIL
The regular weekly meeting of the
city council was held iu the council
chamber last night, Mayor llanunar,
Aid. McCallum, Feeney, Martin,
Hutton anil McNee being present.
On motion of Aid. McCallum and
-McNee, the street lights were ordered
to be turned on.
A petition was received from the
Cooper Bros, and other residents
across the river, subscribing a large'
amount of work towards the Columbia bridge, provided the eity would
put the bridge in first-class condition. On motion of Aid. McCalluin
and McNee, the matter was taken up
and will be dealt with at once. Aid.
Martin and Feeney were appointed a
committee to take the necessary steps
lo place the bridge in a proper condition to receive the filling at the
piers.
The ward division bylaw came up
for final reading, but after a lively
discussion it wi.s allowed to drop,
and thc wards will remain as they
are at present.
Mrs. .Mi'Clurc, wife of the managing editor of the Seattle Daily Times,
will take part in an entertainment to
be given by the Ladies of the Maccabees in this city during the first
week in December.
Wait for the Japanese Nightingale.
P. .1. Dennody, who For several
years was foreman of the Granby
milieu at Phoenix, has just accepted
a similar position at the Providence
mine.
Gateway Lodge No. lo, I.O.O.F.,
will confer the first and second degrees at their ball on First street
next Thursday evening.
A. I.. Clements, local agent of the
C.P.R., ieft Inst Saturday Afternoon
on a two weeks' vacation trip to the
coast cities.
The Great Northern railway are
having a 1110-lim set of scales erected
in their new freight yards in this eity
Neil Cochrane, manager of the
Mountain Lion uiino. Republic, was
a guest at the Yale last Saturday.
The mine is shipping about two cars
of ore per day at present.
Two Blushing Brides Led to
the Altar by Local
Gentlemen,
that Air. Curtis will be able to address the electors of this city some
time during the present week.
Blake Wilson, of Nelson, manager
of P. Burns & Co.'s Kootenay
branches, is a visitor in thc city, and
a guest at the Yale.
Gets Six Months' Imprisonment at Nelson for
Assault.
Mahuiko.—At the home of the
bride's brother-in-law, Wm. F. Newton, on Monday evening, -November
7th, Mr. E. E. Young to Miss June
Moriarity, Father J. A. Bcdard performing tha ceremony. Miss M. E.
Webb acted as bridesmaid, and Mr.
A. E. MacAuley ns best man. A
number of friends of the young
couple witnessed the lying of the
nuptial knot. Mr. Young is station
agent of the Great Northern at Danville, Wash., and the bride is a popular young lady of this eity. Their
numerous friends wish Mr. and Mrs.
Young a happy and prosperous
wedded life.
Mauuiki).—At the Catholic church
in this city, at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Nov.
8th, Father Bedard officiating, Miss
Ilemelda Gauthier to Mr. A. A. Frechette. After the ceremony the Wedding parly, numbering ahout twenty,
adjourned lo the home of W. J. Gal*
lipoau, where a wedding breakfast
was served. Toasts tp the bride nnd
groom were honored and a general
social reception was he'd. In the
evening another reception was tendered to the young couple at the
home of Joe Lagimodiere, iu tin
.vest end.
A rumor was current last Saturday
that the Great Northern passenger
depot was to be moved to the new
freight yard, opposite the Columbia
liostollicc. The officials of the road,
however, disclaim any knowledge
of the company's intentions in this
direction.
Police Magistrate Cochrane yesterday sentenced Anton Gascon to six
months' imprisonment in Ihe Nelson jail for assault on Win. Muir.
Frank Fritz, policeman in the West
ward, left for Nelson yesterday nf-
noon wilh the prisoner.
We understand exception has been
taken to an article which appeared
in Tuesday's Sun. in which the com:
plninallt says.wo "made him appear
foolish before the   people of Grand
Forks." lie is mistaken; Dnn'i
hlamo us; Providence attended I"
his case long before we ever hoard
uf tbe aggrieved genllcmnn. Fool-
nre born such, usually.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. I.. Smith, late
of Grand Forks, now of Hornby
Island, wish to inform their many
friends in ibis city that their little
son, Robert Lea, wns successfully
operated on at the Royal Jubilee
hospital, Victoria, Nov. 6th, and is
doing ns well as can be expected.
A. I). Morrison has just opened
up tho largest stock of silverware
ever  brought to Ibis city.
H. N Gnlcr. formerly assistant
general rflaniigerof llieGrnnby smelter, but now general malinger nf the
International Coal * Coke company,
is a visitor in the eity.
Owing to pressing affairs, Smith I
Curtis wa< unable to attend the meeting in the Liberal committee  moms
last night,    ll is expected, however,
Julius Ehrlich, manager for P.
Burns & Co., at Greenwood, was a
visitor in the city last night.
Mayor Geo. R. Naden and Alex
Currie, of Grccnwoood, were in the
city last night.
Martin Burrell, the Conservative
candidate, is now in the Okanagan
country, and yesterday afternoon he
addressed the electors of Bcnvoulin,
speaking in the evening at Kelowna.
Tonight he will hold a meeting at
Lumby, and tomorrow night at Vernon.
Donald McCallum left yesterday
afternoon for Nelson, where he will
meet his wife, who is returning
home after a two months' visit with
relatives at Port Elgin, Out.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howey, of
New Westminster, arrived in the
city Sunday evening, anil are visiting at the home of Judge and Mrs.
Leamy.
Frank  Cochrane has  returned to
Vernon to visit his relatives there.
.Joe Thuloher, ofthe Club, is making preparations to put in all his
fancy winter drinks. All that's
needed is Ihe cold weather.
The feeling seems lo prevail in
Grand Forks thatitis time the name
of our opera house was changed to
one having sonic local significance.
The present title is taken from an
individual who has hnd no connection with Grand Forks for years.
The eity has now grown to sufficient
importance to possess a "Grand
Forks Opera House."
It is announced thnt the Boundary
Falls smelter will hnve its second
furnace blown in on the 1st of December, by which lime the company's various properties will be in
;i position to double the present rate
of shipping ore.
It is roporttd that the Winnipeg
mine, located in Wellington camp,
about three mils cast of I'll >cnix,
will shortly he offered for sale.
About a year ago the mine was
closed, when thc Bank of Montreal
began suit on a note. Liens for labor and supplies, totaling about
$4300, were if. once filed and placed
in   judg nt  ugainsl tho property,
[ho banks claim to come in after
these were satisfied. The property
wns put up lor sale wilh a.i upset
price of SloOO, but there were no
bidders.
Many amusing incidents occurred
u the eity last Thursday during the
federal elections, Early iu the morning it prominent Conservative entered
the  Club  and, with the greatest dig
nity   he   was able  to c niand, re-
marked: "By St. George, 1 feel as if
something was going to happen today,
Give mo the host drink you have in
tiie house'.*' About 10 o'clock in the
oyening the man returned, and in a
considerably less self-important lone
of voice said: "Great Ciosar, something .lid happen. Give me a plain
beer."
Returns to the Boundary Section of His Very Large
Constituency.
Opens His Campaign With
an Address at Eholt
To-Night.
Duncan Rors, tho Liberal candidate for Yale-Cariboo, returned to
the Boundary today, and will address the electors of Eholt tonight.
Mr. Ross has made a most successful canvass throughout thc northern
end of his big constituency, and is
assured of.a big majority from that
section on November 22d. He will
spend the two weeks before election
in Bounday and Similkameen points.
It is expected that Senator Templeman, Ralph Smith, REP., and R. G.
Maephcrson, M.P., will assist Mr.
Ross, and they will also give W. A.
Galliher a hand in his contest.
Mr. Ross will meet the Liberals of
tbis city in the commitee rooms next
Thursday night.
OPERA COMPANY COMING
Theatrical malingers expend more
money und artistic labors on putting
hi^h-class comic operas before the
public i!;un in any other class of attraction.
When W. Cranston, manager i f
the British Columbia and Alberta
theatrical circuit, presents here -Mr. F.
A. Wade's Begger Prince Opera company in two of thc most popular .successes, fclie patrons will be treated to
one of the best musical organizations,
playing the one night stand towns, in
America. The two operas thai will be
given here are "Fra Dtttyolo" and "La
Mastotte."    Each of   these    excellent
TME SINGING  LESSON
pieces requtro a large number nf first
class singers, much handsome scenery,
and a very hi^h order of artistic ability. The plots are Intense, the music
standard, ami the comedy opportunl
ties the best.
Thete operas offer the most pleasing
amusement programs ever presented
in this part of Canada, and art; a hint
of the high quality of others to be offered if the patronage wili warrant the
financial risk. It will determinet-nsnme
extend tho selection of future companies.
The Beggar Prince company will
appear in Grand Forks on November
Mthand I'Jth.
Special   party   rates have been ar* •
ranged by tbe C.P.K. for those  wish--
ing to come from   neighboring towns.
Mail orders or tickets will be carefully
attended to.   Prices $1.00 and 76c,
The Ladies' Guild of Holy Trinity
church will hold an afternoon ton nt
the ieaidencq of Mrs. -left Davis
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 9th. "If you buy it of  Morrison
it's all
right."
cA MOST
RELIABLE
PLACE
lu purchase (loot! Jewelrv,
is the
place where you know of
whom
' you   are buying    vou   have  the
assurance of a business reju
tarion
ami  guarantee  that  goes
wilh
every  sale.    Every art irl
' pur*
chased of  Morrison prov
>S     its
worth  and  the reliability
of Ihe
store, antl   the  customer
1 wills
comes ngain.
"Vou have the most ace
inmio-
dating store, Mr, .Morrison,
" said
a lady customer  tho othe
dav.
''1 always feel satisfied witl
what
1 gel here," she added.
It is our idea  of   storek
'('i'llli,'
to make   people  satisfied
they
corao again—they send ot
icis—
we think it pays.
A. L>. MORRISON
Jeweler unci Optician
OI4A.\n  P-ORKB, H.C
Always your money's wor
b.
government the countiy will continue lo enjoy a lone period of nu-
parnlloletl prosperity.
The broad platform of Cumuli, n
Libenilisin today is that a greftt'Ciin-
a In cannot be buiil up except ou lie
ground of our common nnlionullty
Th'' Conservatives gnvij 26,000,00(1
n ires ofthe valuable land ofthe West
to the Canadian Pacific railway. Tbe
L'berals will not givoone acre to the
| Grand Trunk Pacific.
Providence helps those who help
themselves. The enlightened policy
of lie Liberal government was the
means by which Providence showered unprecedented prosnerity upon
tho Dominion of Canada.
I Tin' sentiments of the electors of
I Canada evidently are, "Keep both
hands on the full dinner pail."
QJlip iElmmtg £>mt
eum.lSlir.li EVERY TUESDAY AND FlilDAV
EVENINGS AT GRAND FOItKS, H.C., 11V
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES:
One year. ...$2.00 I Three months.  .50
Six-months.. 1.00 | One month 30
Advertising rales furnished on appli
cation.
h'ljul notices, 10 and ft ('Is. per line
Address all communications tn
Tiie Bvenino Sun,
Phone 53. guano forks, b. c
The Liberals were on the run, all
light; but they got such a start, Ihe
Conservatives will not wtich up for
some vears at least.
Fi
The Records
Inwiiiirarc the   locations,  cer
tificates of work, bills of side, etc.,
recorded in the Government ollieeiit
Grand Fork*. II.C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from October
2Hth to November 'inn ineludve:
CROWX (HUNTS,
Bay Hnrse, Summit camp, Nunc
II. 1 l7ll.it nnd Herbert If.   David-
son.
Lone   Slur,    Wellington   camp,
Thos. Kirk S-S, Urn. J. Harris 3-5.
CEUTIKIl'ATliS ol' WORK.
Lucky Bob, Franklin camp, It. J.
Dinsmore.
Jumbo fraction, Summit ramp,
.). II. I'lumnier; survey.
Gold Question, McRae creek, U1J
riuh Kech.
'tonic fraction, Burnt Basin, Ulrich
Kech.
TRANSFERS.
Synup.ls nl Heun'a. lona I)l«p..«ul nf Mineral*
an ftomlntnn Lanria in Manitoba, tin- North.
Weal I'errli irk-H nni ihe Yukon Territory,
Ce.ll.   On.ll IiiiiiIn Itm.v 1)0 piirollOJetl for IJQ
i'1'i'in'ii. lor...n rant I-jib fur utitlirnnlte.
Not inora tlioii 8J0 iioroa oiiii In. nuiiulroil le
 ui'lHrldimloi-po .....v.   lio.viilly m n„.
rute of 10 eouta per ton of HOW) nouiula .hull
buooileetnil onifroaaoiitrtittv,
QUARTZ   Paraoiia nt elirl    raure  I
over mul j i atooli ooropuiilea ImldliiB frae
iniiiii's i'1'i'Mtii'nii'i.iiiii.v olitnui entry for u
iniiiii,^ lomitlon,
A lit'.-  lulniii'' liflcute i. irnu.ti'il  for
minor ji-liis, inn exconllnif lire	
IJliyilient in .idv i< of $*.6tj uor niiiiiini fnr
m. liiillvlduul, nml fi ..i.i >B0 iu sin ,>,,„.
on in fnr n oompnny no dfnn to oai.lt.ill
A   fi nlnor, harlin: ili.-i'iivi'iivl ...ml In
lilnop, mn.v   I m. n I'lnl,,, ISoUxlfflO feet by
iinii'liioKout theanmo nilh tu.. levul poata,' linrtiioraliln by fll
beurlnii loratbi. notion, One nt unol. end on  "' S2.  A elnl
thcliiilr
Iriiap, nml one drpiltrp for eaoh five mllps
tvitliln six p.'nr. from auoh dute, Rental,
Sim ppr mill, for flrat year, nnd sin per , U,
ror i'ui'Ii alibaequetit fear. Royalty,-same nn
pluoer inliiiiiir.
Pliioer rniiilnic In tlio Yukon Terrltory.-
l reoli , rulolt, river uml bin olnlrna alinll not
uxoee.l SHI foot In, leimtb, menaured ou tlm
lump llm m-ni-riil illipi'lioii of tht, p ,.,.|i
or  ell-ollitllowllltll   being IIMI t„  MM    Ail
other plneei oltilin. ►hull i„. MO f,.,.i „,„„„■„.
I mine nrenmvlted by two leirnl pom, i	
nt onpli and, bearluir ttqtlooa Knov muat In.
..I.e. .mil within ten llily.. If tho ,'l„li„ I.
wltl.lt. t lb.. ol inliiIn,, rerordnr'a offioe
'! iddltldnnl<|ay nlloived for eooli audi-
lioni.l Ion nilli.snr fraction,
llm Hereon  , nny itnltlng „ 0|alin
ni i.t hold n free miliar' dfionte.
I Im dlaooverei' ..I u pen mitiol titl...l in
u olnfm or n reel In iei.itli, ntitl ir tin- onrty
 1st. ol  i".. i-.mi feetnlti tlior nil llm
output or which no royalty ..ill be ohai'ireili
tl... real of Ihopnity ordinary t.|olm«oiif}',  '
Bntryfee 	
I'.nlr.v fee sill. It...,nil)-nt llm ritte uf Si/ller
opiitonthoYallie nf the galtl ehlpiMd I, ...
thejfiih rrltory, tolio paid to *lie Coin '
trnlli-r.
Nn freo mliferaliall peoolvo ujtrnnt nf more
""" '""' j '-' i'i!'1'," ".., .-...'I. eeparate
river, qreelt or truloh, but the sumo mi •
mnv hold ni.)'un in! r olnlmrbj i .". 7
nnd In llnora  .vni.rk their 'iliiiius   I
   ""nernotioe,and paylna- fee
in Im nllnndo laud ale
ottiltied ou t iniaereok.nilobar
Otll'l
additional da) allowed
1...' each ii.lilitiniuil t Dili's in  frautluo,
Tlm I'm. fnr ,•,....,rilint'll .'Iniin le $5.00,
At lon.t slit, niosi be expended on the claim
each ['Bar or paid to the mining rwuriler in
lieu tin .f.   • Imn S5.«. I.ns In  expended
or pllld. the loontor ii.u.v. upon Ituvn.jr a Bill'-
vey made, and ui  oomplylnff »iitli the
Evcning'Sliir (1). Franklin camp,  »i'rffir„!raoUro ' "' """''""" "'" '"'"' '"
.   ,.   ,, .    ...      \t;,,; , Periolealou may bo ffrenleil by the Mlutater
\. t . KOgel'S In \\ in. .Minion. i,,f ii,,. Interior to Iota's el imeoohtaiiiiiiij
' .    , ,          i iron uml mii'u. ulao oopper, iu the Yukon
RECORD OF locations | "Territory,'of nn area not exci Ing lil.ih.rrs.
ut for n milling locution sliull
. illh'-r obliiiui
, Theclnlm elinll be i inlod within llltccn   rivor, bynlvii
l"'vsUI t;;..l «ith.„ ft. ,..il,.-.,,f „ ,nlnlu8   ffurk tnuet liedoiiPoii aealm^oailiye'orto
tnevnlueol ntleiiatStlU
A 001 ■tlllpulf that woi'li In,, I,,,,.,, ,|„„„ „„„,
im nl.tiiitii'.l euoh year,    f not tin. ,.!.,;,,,
a i ,im ,.i„, :,i,";,,i,,,,::
t oii|.allOu nml entry by a froe tniiier
The boundnrlea of n olnlin may be iloilimil
nli«i,luii.|, by havltiit a aurvey mado uml mill'
l>*hil.|r ont s ... tlm Villi,ni OKIpim l„-t. utp
I     ?J"'|"''"',1   -ft11! '"'.rnprinl,.,!  lloniin
lontanda iu Manitoba, the North-Weal Terrl.
torleiand within the Yukon Territory „,.,,
mi   to praeumttiir for pet cum. nml tlm
Ulnlater inny reeorvo for un Individual nr
pompanj• liavlnar mnohl 'yonthe and to be
RiO   Tinio,   McRae creek. I'lricb ' ^t^vWtu^Trll'Xm "it'eK VSS^^^^tt^SWlS
ech and John Wilford. "'t^r^nTC,!nZ  , tho Nor,,' Unurl^u^rllinl^'lIKI^::;^..^^^^';'!
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Keel
..        it it  i, i     i'i - t I TVeet'ferrltoiiee, exooptinif the fukou Ter-1 oil w. -II uml euch otlu'r Inml ii.'iuViv i.u.i:-.'..','
(ape Horn, JIcKllO  crck,   LI rich   ,„„„.  p,„eer mining ojafma. Boner.ally ur.. | mined, will foSoldtotbo-lllaopverer ut th
Tomorrow, iNovembcr 9th; is King
Edward's birthday, which is publicly observed on May 24th.
It's time to get a seat in the ham:
wagon.
o-'i; ..'i,^.. LAju^
TUESDAY, NOVEMBERS, 100'
The postal*service of the United
States ran $8,750,000 behind last
year, and the same thing used to
o:our in the Canadian post olliee
department; under Conservative mismanagement. Hut the Liberal government, which "docs things," upon
assuming power, overhauled the system, and dining the last fiscal yi-.ir
operated the department with a surplus of about 8300,000, notwithstanding the fact the 6,000,0001 Una
dians covered as much territory as
the 80,000,000 Americans.
At a political meeting in Toronlo
last week, onc'of their speakers advised every Socialist to pi to the
polls and knowingly spoil his ballot
ns a protest against the "oppression"
exercised by both political parlies
upon the "poor ivorkinginail." Surely this is a'peculiar way of righting
matters, and until a more broad-
minded policy is adopted Sneialisin
wtll accomplish nothing.
The highest tribute paid to the
Grand Trunk Pacific railway project
is the way the Conservatives have
misrepresented it.
"British Columbia has already
done nobly, even if she were not in
a position to do as well as Nova
Scotia did, but I highly appreciate
any efforts to do as well." The foregoing is Sir Wilfrid Laurier's message to British Columbia Liberals,
telegraphed from Montreal to Senator Templeman at Victoria.
Walter Sloan's election by acclamation for Comox-Atlin has been
officially announced, William Man-
son, thc Tory candidate, withdrawing.
There never was a time since Confederation in which Canadians have
so strong a confidence in the future
of their country as they have today,
says an American paper. And that
feeling is based upon the sure conviction that under thc guidance of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Liberal
'•Of all sad words, of tongue or pen,
The saddest are these:   It might have
been." —li. L. Hi.uniiN'.
CONSUMPTION BEGINS WITH A COUGH
The.cough racks and tears the tender tissues of the ilii'.iat, Inlliuiiuia
tion supervenes and then serious bruie
..'liiiil nr hui!' trouble is established.
The important time is nt the beginning. Stay the progress of the cough
by using fragrant, heabng Catarrhozone, whioh reaches overy part of the
bronchial tubes, throat and lungs.
Catarrhozone destroys disease germs,
steps the cough, heals sore spots, clears
the nose and throat of discharge. C'a-
liiri'li.izoiie soothes, never irritates.
Guaranteed for every form uf catarrh
For lasting cure use Catarrhozone.
Two months' treatment SI.00; trial
size 25c.    H. K. Woodlaud^rlnuggisti
Grand Forks Public Sonoor,.—
Following is the report of the Grand
Forks public school for the mouth
of October:'
Days school was in session.. ..      -.'I
Total days actual attendance... '1-J-L]
Average actual daily attendance 187.34
Pupils actually attuning during month      237
Perfect oetendancc ,.       7G
Percentage of regularity  83,'2(i
The following-named pupils were
neither absent nor late during October:
Eric Atwood Ernest Bruno
Albert Grmlich      Oswald Fraser
Hilda Manuel       Lvtton McDonald
Leroy Wright        Forest Walker
Pearl Forrester      Amy Mcllwaine
Cathie Disney        Gladys Traunweiser
Edna Murphy       Cecil Wright
Martin Duffy        John Thompson
Walter West Lenoir Fisher
Drayton Hoag      Jimmy Allen
George Galloway   Jordon Temple
Herbert Barnuin   Art Batimgaertner
liose Ermlich
Bertram Bowell
Francos Collins
Vaughn Floyd
.May fraser
Thus. Fraser
Jas. Galloway
Amy Disney
W. Emard
Biith Fluid
F. Fisher
Lenni HllgllOS
Maurice Hay
F. llviidmui'i
Moggie Harrigan II. Manuol
Percy HoiT Priseiila Kelly
Luyd Manly Nurinan Manly
Henry Mcllwaine Hubert Mollwairie
John McRae Edward Murphy
Edna .Stuart
Maude Wooster
11. Brown
May Barrett
G. Bui ters
It. McDaniel
Eva Spinks
Alva Slop'er
Edna Butters
Ethel Curran
Helen McEwen
Eva Overman
Mary Taylor
Edwina Tille
C, Atwood
C. llarrett
'Teresa Barrett
F. Cooper *■
Clara Simpson
C. Sears
Eddie Temple
Edna Curran
Jas. Graham
Margaret Kennedy
Helen Spier
Geo. Traunweiser
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by J. W. Jones.
Nicely  furnished   rooms,   with  ur
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
A NOTED HORSEMAN'S EXPERIENCE
Mr. Antonio Wondling, owner of
Deveras 2:1'IL and proprietor ni litre
Clifton house, Bi-ockville, says no liniment compares with Nerviline for
general use around the stable. For
strains, sprain-;, Bwellings, internal
pains and especially fur affections of
the whirl bone Nerviline is uhenualed,
Mr. Wendling believes Nerviline is in
dispensable as a horse liniment: it has
strength, penetrating power aud works
thoroughly. Every burse and stoek
owner should use Nerviline. Soltl 'n
large 35c bottles. H. E, Woodland,
druggist.
Ha/.or honing a specialty at the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hut.].
(treat reduction in Fall and Winter
Hats and all kinds of Millinery Goo Is
from now until the end of the season
ul Mrs. Gray's, Sears block,Winnipeg
avenue. Dressmaking parlors in connection.
For a nice hair-cut nr shave "jo to
thc City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.     Maths liue.
FREEC0NCERT
Tin* well known Kirchner female;
orolie-stm, from Spokane, will Appear
.it tin' Union hotel every evoning
during ii three weeks' engagement. A
special program of cornet, violin and
trombone solos will lie rendered. The
entertainment will be free, ami everybody Irf invited to attend.
Pkthh Santurb, Proprietor,
WANTKI).
Sl-EOIAL   llUPftESKN'1'ATIVR    ill    this
county and adjoining territories to
represent and advertise an old established business house <if solid ftnaneinl
standing. Salary &-1 weekly with
expenses, paid each Monday by cheek
lirect from headquarters, Hxpensi s
advanced; position permanent, Wc
furnish everything, Address. THK
COLUMBIA, «:K) Monon Building,
Chieajj-u, 111.
Mrs, John Smith, ol' Cascade, is
visiting friends in this city. Mr.
and Mrs. Smith will shortly remove
(o Portland, Ore,, where they intend
to reside permanently.
EVERY LADY SHOULD KNOW
That Ferrozone removes the causes
that interfere with tiie proper discharge of all womanly functions, it
correct-*! irregularities and is especially
good for women who are nervous and
subject lo headache, lame hack, bearing-down pains, despondency and
tiredness, Ferrozone is a blood builder
and purifier and can't be excelled For
the complexion, For your good looks
and health use Fen-ozone, Price 50c
at II. K. Woodland's, druggist.
Baths 26c at the  Palace   Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel..
iuu reat «|iiaro! butts   ■**.).m,  ■■eito.vul)Io| ruta of n.uuan noro, anhJaot to l-uvntt-Tnt
yearly   Oi. theWartfi tedtHtchewan river «»h raie at may be weM hyorSw-lti
otaima for sitlior bur or ueuca.tlie former  ooniioll,
belutr iuu reel tony and exteiimnv between JAMBS A   S5IART
lii^li  mi.I  low water murk    Ihe luttcrlu- Deputy of the Minister ofthe fnterlur
eludes bar dlmiliiffB, but exteodtibnoit to tbe Departrabul of tbe Interior, Ottawa.
bu«u or tha lull or bank, bnt not exceeding i
limn feet,   rt'heaeliieani power is imed, olaima i     " ■ —-
200feet wide may.'bn obtained, I      f,, ,, ,
Oi-cdgiiitfintlierlveriof Munitob^ and the       l*I*AIM8   AM)   A0COMPLE3HM KNTS—
¥K^?&'&r^ j«»t fir is, you
;;;::,!i';,^,:7^:;!:S,n;;7f^;;;;;:,';:f!ii"0;! p^e-^ do the i*.....!,.^
tlio Minister uf tlio Interior. | lh!1l s Up to OUr. promises.   Ally office
,,,^.fc:in;K!7ir^l:::l,',i,,.i!^t;ii;«1'***». i>'"">''-'—«•<• 9Semt x,.
water mark, and Bitbjeet to the rltflitt of all j dieapfiointnient -if We promise Work
tries for bar ill wl nun or boneb olaimr, ex- '>'■ " date, it's done at that time,
ueptou the Saskntoliewan river, where the „, ,, .,.
lessee may dredge t<- high water mark on " """"
eaoh alternate leasehold.
■i:i'i iv.-1'f sii.-iii have a dredge in operation
within seasun from the date nf the le<
ror eaoh Hve milet, but whereaperson
company hai< ol-iiiinnl moi-u than one leu*.**,
one dredge for eaoh Hftsen iriilos or fraction |
issiiificn-nt. Ueinal, Jl i per auiiuin for eaoh i
tulle of river lomeil. Koyaltyatthe rate of
3!<Jporoeiiteolleotedou the output nfi.-r It j
reuohos «W.l»uu,
Orodglng in the JTultoii Territory.—Six
ieawi ni Hve miles eaeh may be granted to a
Frea mher for n term of twenty years, also
r wuble.
The lessee's right is ootiflued tu the *ub-
mergedtbeds or bars i" tii*- river below low
nn11'r w iter mark, tlmt boundary t<> t-olixml
by it- poiltloii nn the lit day of August in the
SS'SJir     TZ COR, BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
The Palm
WM. F.
NBVVVi |M.
frorrtflar
A KIIKSII STOCK OP
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
A hnndsomely fitted up
Ice Cream  Parlor
In connection.
Millinery  Goods
The largest and most carefully
selected stock of Fall and Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand (Tories has been opened up for the inspection ofthe
ladies of the city. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct stvles. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods hefore making
jrour fall purchases.   FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING in connection.
cTWISS M. E. WEBB
CASE BLOCK, COB. BRIDGE AND SECOND STS. .
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALU  KINDS OP
FRESH A CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
A. MACKINTOSH
Transferring and
Light Draying
Grand Forks, B. C.
C*
H
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(3
Tlll'3
COZIEST
AND
MOST
Ul'-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN TIIK
CITY.
THU BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
FlIOPRIKTOII.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
FANS
IX BVKHY
CORNER
H Good Things
In the Grocery Lines are always on sale in our establishment.
The spice that's nice, the pepper that's hot,
-  And the mustard that's fit to put in the pot.
Are among our fresh seasonings of unsurpassed purity.
Our Fine Groceries
Are known far and wide, and have an enviable fame. He who won't
be advised can't be helped, but we can help you if j-ou'll purchase our
good Tea, Coffee, etc.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P. R. Station
TRANSFER
COMPANY
YALE
Tom Peterson
Heavy and Light  Draying of
all Kinds Done Promptly.
Driving and Saddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
WOOD FOR SALE
ORANBY STREET,
Phone 85. GRAND FORKS
Leave orders at the Palm Fruit Store.
R. G. McCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Snw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Gpposite J. W. Jonos' Furniture Store.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINErS
CIGAR STORE,
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone 27.
Office over Hunter-
Kendrick Co. 's Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
j KNOX PRKSBYTEBIAN CHURCH, Grand
j    ForkB-J.    K.   Robertson,    B.A.,   pastor.
Services every Sunday at II a.m. ura 7:31) ji.
m.iSun-lay Nclinui itiiil ltil>le duss, It p.m.;
!    Westminster Guild of C.   17, Tuesday, 8
fi.m.
RST METHODIST CHURCH- Corner Main
' f    and Fifth atH.   ti. Manuel, pastor. Services
I    every Sunday at 11 a.m. and   7.30 ->.iii.:
|    elasH meeting at close of morning servic-*.;
I    Sunday scliool and Rlhle class at 3 p. m.;
prayer meet in-*- every Thursday eveiilni-
at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially Invited.
HUIA TRINITY CHURCH (Church  of. Bug-
land), Grand Forks, Henry Steele, vicar-
Holy Communion, b a. in.: morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a. m.;Sunduy school, 3 it. m.;
evensong und sermon, 7:3u p. in.   Alt  are
cordially invited!.
WANTEIl -MEN AND (VOMEN In this county
and adjoining territories to represent and
advertise an o'd established house of solid
financial studding. Salary to men $21 wi-uk*
ly, to women $12 to$18 weekly, with expenses
advanced euch Monday hy cheek direct from
headquarter**. Horse and buggy furnished
when necessary; position permanent. Address, Hlew Urns. A Co., Dept, A. Monon
Bldg., Chicago, 111. s .
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN THAT THK
co-nartuership heretofore  existing be-
I tween the undersigned ii-> hotel keepers in the
Pacific Hotel, Grand Forks, H. C., Under the
li i-iii. nume of Sloggy & Donald, has been this
day dlssulved by mutual consent.   All debts
due  the said   firm nre to  be paid to C. Y.
Sloggy, and all partnership debts accounted
for to the firm are to be paid bv him.
C. V. SLOGGY,
THOS. DONALD.
Witness:   I-. V. Mobhison.
Dated this Ut li day of September, 1(K)4.
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We Imve all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are fight. S(>e us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
1IKHCHAN1 TAll.tlH,
(il'ANit PORKS- B.C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental .Surgery, Philadelphia,
Otfiee in Megaw Hlock.
Phono 138.        Grand Forks, 11. 0.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  I110NED BY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
Next   to   Chinese  Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
PKKIt Mineral I'ltilm, situate In tl... Grniul
Korku  MIiiIiik   lllvlaluii  of   Vale Dlatrlct.
Wliere lociiteil; It. Hlirtit ll.isi...
TAKE NOTICB tlmt I Kenneth I.. Burnet.
' of Ftgaalttnd. II. C. agent for Hubert 1.,
Crawford, Free Miner's CortllJcnte No. I17.'i*3ll;
l.'r.'.l I.i.ii:.., Free Miner's Certitlciite No.
UWB. mi.I .loin. Slin.v, l-'r.... Miner's Ceriili-
enle .No. IISfl4:l7, Intend, sixty illiya from the
Uiiti. hereof, lo ni.i.ly to tiie Mliiinir ndooruei
for ii (.'ertilleiitn ..f   Improvements, for tiie
im. |.....'..[ nhtniitliiu: ii I i'iib.i lli.nt of the
above ehilm.
Anil further tnke notice thut uetlon, miller
Seetinii 117, must he I'oiilllieui'i'il hefore the
iKKiiniire ofaltoll ('ertifleute nf finornveineiit..
PROCLAMATION
Electoral District Yale-Cariboo, to Wit:
U13LIC NOTICE ia hereby given
to the electors of the electoral
district aforesaid, that, in obedience
to His Majesty's writ to me directed,
a*id bearing date the twenty-ninth
day of September, 1904,1 require the
presence of the said electors atRaven's
Hall in the eity of Kamloops, on
TUESDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
NOVEMBER, 1904, from noon until
two of the clock in the afternoon, for
the purpose of nominating a person to
represent them in the House of Commons of Canada; and that in case a
poll is demanded and allowed in the
manner by law prescribed, such poll
will be opened on the twenty-
second day of November, in the
year nineteen hundred and four, from
the hour of nine in the forenoon till
five of the clock in the afternoon in
each of the polling divisions, that is to
say:
Polling Division No. 1—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Cariboo. Polling will be held in this
division at the following stations,
namely:
No.
9. Horsefly
twelfth iiny or July. A.D. iwn.
Kf.NNr.TII I,. III'llXKT, IM..S.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To tlio   llonril  of I.H'cnvi.iir ('oIlilnlssiolierR
iii mul for the (ii. of Grand Forks.
NOTICK  la  hereby  u'lven thut themeler-
siioieil will, nt the next meeting  of the
H'uini of LloeniltiftGommlailloiieri fo/. the
City of   Grand Forks, iimily for u t.-anafer
uf the lintel I.leenae irrmiteil iti retueetof
the "Winnipeg," Winnipeg nvenue. Orand
FnrkH, from me to F.inil l.nrseii.
Dm.■.! ut Grand Korku, H. ('., thla Stli iluy of
Animal, 190*.
NORMAN JACKSON.
No.
1. Barkerville
'1. Stanley
3,  Quesnel
i. Alexandria
5. Soda Creek
10. Keithley Creek
11. Riskie Creek
12. Alexis Creek
13. Beaver Lake
6. Spence'sBridgo 14; Fraser Luke
7. Quesnel Forks  15.  Hunceville
8. Bullion
Polling Division No. 2—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Lillooet. Polling will be held in tlm
division at the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Clinton 9.
2. 83-Mile House, 10.
D.A.Stoddart'sll.
3. Bonaparte
Lillooet
Pavilion
Empire Valley
12. Watson Bur
Creek
Ample    Mine,
Cayoosb Creek
Fraser   River,
Pacheli|lia
13.
14.
Big Bur
0. Dog Creek
6. Alkali Lake
7. North Lac Lu
Huehe
8. Luc La Hache
Polling Division No. .'!—Com r .-
ing the provincial electoral district of
Yale, excepting that portion comprised within tiie Dominion electoral
district of New Westminster, to-wit:
All that portion of the provincial electoral district of Yuleadjoiiiiiig the provincial electoral district of Dewdney,
and lying west of a line commencing
at the north-east corner of the provincial eleeUirul district of Chilliwack,
thence following the Fraser river to a
point one mile beyond the village of
Yule, und thence following a straight
line to the north-east corner of the
provincial electoral district of Dewdney.
No.
9.
No.
Spuzztym
Cnmp No. Hi
North Bend
Keefer
Lytton
Lower Nicolu
Coutlee
Nicolu Luke
Aspen Grove
W. II   1'. n.BMKNT
JOIIX U. Sl'KNCIt
Hurrleiter**, Solicitor*!,
Noturlea, l£te>
Hi.len llloek, Corner Winnipeg Avenue anil
Pint Street.
(illANII FORKS, 11. 0.
QRAND  FOHKS FEDERAL LA-
bor   Union   No.   231, A.L.U.—
Meets    every   Wednesday    evening
ut 8 o'clock in   Federal   Union  hull.
Dan Kki.i.v, Pies.
Jas. A. Harris, Sec.
13. Thynne's ranch
(i. Spence's Bridge 11. M,unmet Lake
7. Asheroft 16. Coldwater
8. Cache Creek
Polling Division No I—Compris
ing the provincial electoral district of
Kamloops, Polling will lie held in
this division ut the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Savona 10. Orand Prairie:
2. Kamloops        II. Tappen Siding
8. Kamloops        12. Kualt
I. Kamloops 13. Notoh Hill
5,   West Side N.    II.  Sieamolls
Thompson river lo. Salmon Arm
8. Eust Side N.     Iti. (irilliu Lake
ThompBonriver 17. Mulukwu
7. Louis Creek     18. Quiluhona
s. Monte Creek     19. Qlenerama
9. Shuswap 2J. CainpbellC.etk
21. Stumji Lake
Polling Division No, 5-r-Coinp
Ing the provincial electoral distirct ut
Okanagan.   Pulling will  be held
this division ut the following stutiuns,
namely;
N
I
No.
1. Pentietoii
2. Buminerlani
3. Peuchluiiii
4. West Bunk
it. Kelowna
li. Beiivoulin
7. Commonage
8. Vernon
9. Vernon
10. Liimliv
11. .Mabel bik.
Cherry Creek
Salmon   iii*.
Uridgo
i Ikaiiagan
Armstrong
Knttorby
.Mara
Deep Creek
19. Hull Cur
20, CaniH* Creek
nI. Silver Creek
14.
lo.
Hi.
17.
IH.
Polling Division No. 6—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Similkameen, Polling will be held in
this division at the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Beaverdell 9. Voigt's Camp
Westbridge      10. Keremeos
3. Rock Creek       11. Hedley
4. SidleyMount'n 12. Nickel Plate m
Cp. McKinney 13. Princeton
(i. Okanagan Falls 14. Granite Creek
7. Fairview 15. Tulameen,  Ot-
8. White Lake ter, Flat
Polling Division No. 7—Comprising the provincial electoral dist.net of
Greenwood. Polling will be held in
thisdivision ut the following stutions,
namely;
No. No.
1. Greenwood     6. Eholt
2. Greenwood      7. Deadwood
3. Greenwood      8.  Denoro
4. Midway 9. Rock Creek
5. Boundury Falls
Polling Division No. 8—Comprising the provincial electoral district
of Grand Forks. Polling will be held
iu this division at the following stations, namely:
No. No.
1. Grand Forks' 5. Phoenix
2. Grand Forks   6. Cascade
,3. Grand Forks   7. Bannock
4. Phoenix 8. Carson
AND FURTHER, that on the
tenth day of December, 1904, at the
eity of Kamloops, I shall open the ballot boxes, add up the votes given for
the several candidates and return as
elected the one having the majority of
votes. e
Of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and to govern
themselves accordingly.
Given under my hand at Kamloops,
this fourteenth duy of October, in the
year 1904.      DANIEL O'HARA,
Returning Ollicer.
The question: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donuldson and get some Hazelwood
iee cream.    Phone 64.
Wanted—Lady or man, with some
experience in pressing and repairing
gentlemen's aud ladies' clothes. Call
at Johnson's Renovating House,
Main and Riverside.
"The best is the cheapest," is an
old truism, and it is more so with
fruit than anything else. The hest
will always be found at Donaldson's.
LADIES WANTED.
A Bright Energetic Woman—
woman's work. Permanent position.
Old estjiblished business house of solid
financial standing. Salary $12 to $18
weekly, with expenses, paid each Monday direct from heudqurters. Expenses
advanced. We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, 620 Monon Block,
Chicago, 111.
WANTED
Just arrived, up-to-date Ready-to-
Weaiw.   Miss M. E. Webb, Milliner.
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks    and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
fit free. Write for purticu-
lurs und toetid 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE & WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nurseries,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -    -    -   'ONTARIO
1 a»->»ft»»8aaa«iow««««*<a^^
TheCityWoodYard j
Is now ready to sup- j*
ply Tamarack and g
Fir Wood in any S
length. »
Yours for orders, 8
FRANCIS & STONE.      1
| Office:  Rutherford's Stable,    §
Second Street Phone 129    %
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u
NION HOTEl AND MUSIC HALL
Bur Supplied With the Finest Lilies of Wines, Liquors
uml Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER MEALS Served at
All Hours.    Finely Furnished Rooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A  large consignment nf Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables nnd Sofas just arrived,   dill und inspect them.
Also 11 slock nf Blnilkcts, Quills, Pillows, ele., to be sold
nl greatly reduced prices,   See uur display of Pictures
for Christmas.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, ORAND FORKS, II.C.
RIDERAGENTSWANTED
Id each town to take orders for our new High Grado <
Guaranteed Bicycles,
New 1903 Models
"Belllse," Complete $8.75
" Cossack," Guaranteed Uleh Grade $10.75
"Siberian,"        A Beauty $12.75
"Heudorf,"        Road Racer $14.75
no bolter bicycle at any price.
Any other make or model you vtant at one-third
usual price. Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles.   Strongest guarantee.
We SHIP OH APPROVAL C. O. n. to any ono
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAY8 TREE
TRIAL bofore purchaso Is binding,
500 Second Hand Wheels *0 ,. to'
taken In trade br our CMiwo retail stores, Utf " WW
all makes and model*, rood aa new  ~
MHflT DIIV » Mevlo until mil have wrllin for our
NUI BUI FACTOR!! PRICES »ND FREE I»I»L OFFEh.
Ural, equlpaiaal, auailrlaa and aporllnir (tooda ot til kinds, at liall rwular Mice.
in our big free iiindry catalog. Coin alns a world of useful Infnnnatliin. Vt rite rorJL
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III. £
W.K.C. MANLY
...DF.ALEK IN...
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
£
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET
Pacific Hotel
F1R8T-CLASS INF. VERY
RESPECT.
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR
COMMERCIAL
TRAVELLERS
P. V. SLOGGY, Proprietor
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, opposite c. p,r. station,
Liquors and Cigars, GRAND FORKS, B. C.   -,
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also.
Developing
and
Printing
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIR8T STREET
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Locatf.o Hotel
in the City. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Bar Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B.
Harness Shop
We have opened up in the
HARNNESS AND SADDLERY business on
BRIDGE   STREET S0?.t,1J'Loa
Hottllng WorkB
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
added to by the a-irival of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette   (35,   Co.
Grand Forks, B. C.
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   STREET, URAND   FORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bcd-Rock Prices. Largest Variety of
Goods in the City.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought and Sold. Call und Inspect My Goods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
Stoves a Specialty
See Jnac for Bargains
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives, the ore shipments of Boundary mines for   1900,
1903, 190-1, and for the past week:
1000
Granbv Mines.Phoenix  04,533
Snowshoe.  I'hoenix        297
Brooklyn, I'hoenix	
Mother Lode, DuitUvod.    5,340
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit ,  19,494
Emina, Summit  	
Senator, .-Summit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp...	
Brcy Fogle, Summit Camp ■
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Mountain Hose ..*.	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington     2,250
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paiis,"Central     2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        160
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,380
1901, 1903,
1001.
231,762
1,721
150
99,034
804
150
47,405
(150
1,040
550
665
"350
5,861
1002.
309,858
20,800
141,326
7,455
u';8li
8,530
785
625
"482
i',\fr>
219
325
100,1
393,181
74,212
138,079
15,731
3,339
19,365
22,937
363
15,537
2,435
5,'fi46
993
400
167
1004   Past
456,860
9,408
154,044
273
Week
9,600
1,710
4,032
33,221
2,425
15,026
222
354
1,354
1,122
240
66
3,866
132
210
OKI
305
246
Total, tons  99,730
Granby Smelter treated  62,387
390,000   507,515   684,426
230,828   312.340   401,921
079,303
494,281
18,142
10,800
THE Elf 1
YALE-CAKIBOO:
As the Liberal candidate in this
electoral district, I respectfully solicit
your votes and influence.
No attempt will be made to discuss
the general issues of the campaign in
this address. Since receiving the Liberal nomination in January last, I
have visited many parts of the riding
and made myself thoroughly acquainted with its requirements. This work
will be continued until election day,
but owing to the large extent of ter
ritory to be covered, it is a physical
impossibility to visit all sections or
personally interview all the electors.
I therefore avail myself of this opportunity to ask for your suffrage.
Permit me to direct your attention
to some matters of local importance.
Yale-Cariboo fully warrants tho expenditure of public money in its development. The government has already
done much in this direction. It has
granted aid to several lines of rail
way; government owned telegraph and
telephone lines have been, constructed;
the necessary money has been voted
to secure telephonic communication
through the rich Nicola and Similka.-
meen districts, and telegraphic communication between Vernon and Kelowna. Iu order that the practically
inexhaustible mineral, timber and
agricultural resources of the district
may be fully developed, this policy of
governmental aid must be continued.
It is important that Yale-Cariboo
shall return as its member one who
can direct the attention of tho government to matters of vital importance to
the district, and who will support the
government in its aggressive policy of
development. It is particularly important that the electors of this riding
should show their appreciation of the
government's broad, statesmanlike
plan of constructing another transcontinental railway which will be the
chief factor in opening up the northern
portions of the riding. Brauch lines to
connect with the southern transcontinental line will surely follow and the
whole interior of the province will be
opened up.
Briefly, my policy, so far as Yale-
Cariboo is concerned, is a policy of development of all its important sections.
With a leader whoso record fills with
pride all people of this country, irrespective of party nlliliiitinns; supporting a government whose eight years of
wise, progressive administration has
placed Canada in a proud position
among the nations of the world, and
at the same time has more closely connected the ties which bind us to the
mother country, and fully endorsing a
policy which means so much to the
western portion ofthe Dominion, and
more particularly to the district of
Yale-Cariboo, I await with confidence
your verpict.
Yours very sincerely,
DUNCAN ROSS.
Greenwood, October 6, 1904.
WHEN YOU NEED FHYSIC
Get a box of the old reliable Dr.
Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut, which loosens the bowels without causing griping pains. No remedy
is half so satisfactory as Dr. Hamilon's
Pills. Price 25c. H. E. Woodland,
druggist.
$
Santa  Claus'
Headquarters
$
W. H. ITTER & CO.
Received, a letter from
Santa Glaus, saying: I
am sending you all the
Toys, Fancy Goods and
Noveltiesthisyear. Your
store will not be large
enough to hold half the
beautiful things.
Besides all kinds of Toys, Fancy
Goods and Novelties, I am sending you
Enough Beautiful
CHINAWARE
to Open a China Store.
Please ask all the little people to make
out a list of what they would like and
send it to the store.
And don't forget to serve
Tea and Cake again to
the ladies this year.
W. H. ITTER « CO,
TELEPHONE AJ15
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