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Fourth Year.--No. 11
Grand Forks, B. G, Friday, January 13, J905
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Great Northern Construction
Train Runs Into a Handcar Near Danville.
.Conductor Kelly, pjes Shortly
After the Accjjtoflt From
Injuries
At 9:10 o'clock thin morning a
Great Northern construction train
engaged in hauling ballast for the
i'hoenix branch ran down a handcar
two miles below Danville. The ca
li.mse, which was placed ahead of the
engine, was thrown off the track.
Michael Kelly, the conductor, jumped
Justus the cur was toppling over, but
aft'r alighting on the ground the
handcar fell on top of him, and he was
fatally injured.
Mr. Kelly was immediately picked
up and placed on board the train, and
all possible haste was made for this
city. Dr. Northrop, who had been
been notified of the accident, was in
waiting at the station for the arrival
of the train, but when it reached the
depot and an examination was made
it was found that the injured man had
already expired, death having come as
the result of a fractured skull aud in
temal injured. , ,
Mr. Kelly was one of the best
known and most popular conductors
employed on tha Spokane Falls and
Northern railway, and much regret is
expressed at his untimely death. He
was a widower, and leaves two children, who are now living in Hilliurd,
Wash., to mourn his loss.
Three other members of the train
crew received some ugly cuts and
bruises' They were brought to this
city and placed in the Great Northern
hospital, where every possible medical
attention is being given them, and as
injuries are not of a serious nature,
they will be out again, in the course of
a few days.
The south-bound Great Northern
passenger train was over four hours
late on account of the accident, and
ilid not reach this city until 3 o'clock
this afternoon.
Wes. Fee, who is employed as the
driver of-onc of J. W. Jones' teams,
had a narrow escape from a serious
accident yesterday. While crossing
the Great Northern track near Macy's
a construction eijgine backed up,
striking thc sleigh, and breaking it
into smithereens. Mr. Fee jumped
in time to save himself, and escaped
uninjured. With the exception of
smashing one of the sleighs, no
further damage was done.
An unknown man was run over
and killed on the C. P. H. track on
Wednesday afternoon near Farron
station, which is about 30 miles eosf
of Giand Forks. How he came io
be on the track, whut train struck
him, and when, are not known. As
a freight train passed Farron going
east about 7 o'clock that evening one
of the crew noticed a dark object on
the track ahead. The train wag
stopped at once, and several of the
crew went forward and found the
dark object to be the body of a man.
It had evidently been run over by a
tiain, as his body was very badly cut
up.   None of the crew recognized him.
The body was taken to Farron, but
nothing further was learned. No one
at the station knew him or had ever
seen him before, and no information j
could be obtaihed about him. Farron
is seven miles from Tunnel on the
east and eight miles from Coryell on
the west. As the man was unknown
at Farron, it is presumed that he came
from either of the other stations. The
last train that went over the track
before the freight train whose crew
found fhe body was the east-bound
passenger which passes Farron at 0:52.
The remains will be kept at Farron
station foi a few days for identification, or for any clue to the dead man's
identity,
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
The annual congregational meeting of Knox church will be held on
Wednesday night next, January 18,
at 8 o'clock. Interesting reports will
be submitted from the session, board
of management, Indies' aid and Sabbath school. Refreshments will be
served by the ladies of the congregation. All members and adherents
of the congregation are requested to
be present.
Tl.e Philharmonic Lady Quartette
of Chicago in the opera house on
Monday evening, January 16th. Reserved seats at Woodland's.
Jas. A. Cowie, of Northport, who
furnkhed thc music at thc dunce in
the opera house last night, left this
morning for Trail, where he has u
similar engagement tonight. His full
orchestra will furnish the music at a
ball in Phoenix shortly, and on his
return home will stop over here and
give the Grand Forks people an opportunity to trip the light fantastic
toe to the best dance music over provided in this city.
Smith Curtis, manager of the Denoro Mines, Ltd., was a guest at the
Yale hotel last night.
Frank Clark, superintendent of the
Great Northern Express company,
paused through the city yesterday on
his way to Phoenix, where he will
establish an office.
R. C. Morgan, superintendent of
the Spokane Falls and Northern
railway, was in the city yesterday,
and during the day went over the
Phoenix branch on a tour of inspection. The new road will be opened
for general traffic on the lath inst.
Don't forget tho Philharmonic
Lady Quartette of Chicago in the
opera house on Monday night. This
will be one of the best musical entertainments ever held in the city,
and no one should miss it.
All the machinery for working the
Betts and Hesperus mines, on Hardy
mountain, is now in position. Generl
Manager Bert Rae says the mine will
be in full working order by the 15th
instant.
Sheriff Kerman is in Kamloops,
where he is superintending the execution of Joshua Bell, the Phoenix
murderer, which takes place today.
Badcliffc, the official hangman, is
attending to the practical details.
Born, at Grand Forks, B. C, on
January 12, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Lee, a son.
DOINGSINTHECITY
Masquerade at Skating Rink
Next Wednesday Evening.
A. C. Flumerfelt Offers Two
Scholarships for B. C.
.    Pupils.
The first masquerade carnival of
tha season, for which small bills arc
out with full particulars, will take
plnce at the Grand Forks skating
rink on Wednesday evening next,
-January 18th. Prizes, which have
been presented by A. D. Morrison,
H. B. Woodland', W; K. C. Manly,
Huntcr-Kcnili'iek Co., Jeff Davis &
Co., anil Lion Bottling Works, and
now on exhibition ill Itter's show
windows, are offered for lady's, gentleman's, boy's, girl's and most
comic costumes, us well ns for speed
and spoon and egg races. Mayor
Hammar, D. J. Munro and A. Di
Morrison will act ns judges, while
W. H. Itter's gramophone will supply a musical program.. CosUuners
will be admitted free, must give their
name and character represented on
entering, will have exclusive use of
ice from 8 to 9:30 p.m., when they
'will unmask, and the general public allowed to skate. General admission, 25 cents, including- skating.
The younger hockey players in
Grand Forks nre now talking of organizing an intermediate team. They
should lose mi time in doing so, as
there is a husky hunch in town from
which they could recruit a strong
team which could hold its own witli
any junior team in the country. Get
together, boys, and shape up to meet
all-comers in thc junior scries at the
big Rossland carnival next month.
Methodist Church. Rev. J. P.
Cowell, bursar of Columbia College,
New Westminster, will preach on
Sunday evening. The pastor wiil
preach in the morning from the
subject. "The Duty of Being Unfashionable."    Vou are invited.
Fuller particulars have been given
regarding the scholarships presented
by A. C. Flumerfelt, president of the
British American Trust company of
Grand Forks, so that high school
pupils of British Columbia may have
an opportunity to take up university
education. There are two scholarships, of two years each, their values
being 8250 each per annum, or
$1,000 altogether. The committee
in charge of the allotment is composed of Mr. Justice Irving, Lieut.-
Col. Gregory, Superintendent Robinson and Oity Superintendent Argue
of Vancouver.
At the Council meeting laest Monday night very little business was
transacted, with the exception of
authorizing the payment of the usual
number of accounts.
Aid. McCalluin is a good guesser.
He predicted that Mayor llamniar's
majority would be 50.
Under the revised postal regulations all papers addressed to England or other European  countries
must now be done up singly. No
parcels containing more than a single
newspaper, magazine or other article
is permissable under tho new arrangements, required by the new Imperial arrangements, and thc public
should govern themselves accordingly.
The dance in the Grand Forks
opera house last night was thc first
social event of the new year, and it
proved to be a decided success.
About fifty couplcB were present,
and all had a thoroughly enjoyable
time. The music, which was furnished by Jas. A. Cowic, of North-
port, with Miss Margaret Eyre, of
this city, as pianist, proved a revelation to local people who indulge in
terpsichorian pastime. An excellent
collation was served by the wives
and ladies of the members of the
Catholic Social club.
Angus McDonald, a well-known
former employee in thc carpenter department of the (iranby smelter here,
who left a year ago to become master
carpenter of the Northport smelter,
waB recently married to Miss Mabel
Cummins, of that city. Duncan McDonald, of Grand Forks, a brother,
was in attendance as best man. Mr.
and Mrs. McDonald went on a wedding trip to Spokane, and upon returning to Northport to tuke up
housekeeping, several of the groom's
fellow-employees treated the young
couple to an old-fashioned charivari,
and presented them with a handsome 875 service,    i
It reported that a prominent merchant is seriously contemplating applying to the new council for the appointment of a bodyguard—-or gnar-
dian.
Superintendent 11. Mnrpole and his
party nf C.P.R. officials made a tour
oj inspection through the Bounila.lv
district this week on a sprcial train.
Smith Curtis, of Rossland, is now
agent for W. H. Covert's ten-acre
blocks of fruit lands.
Rev. J. R. Robertson, pastor of
Knox Presbyterian church, preached
an excellent sermon Sunday night on
people who are interested in the big
program of winter N[>ort.s given each
winter in Kossland.
Born, at Grand Forks, B. C, on
January 12, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Simpson, a daughter.
Joseph Chenicr, of Spokane, iB
visiting at the home of Mrs. J, M.
Taylor.
The Philharmonic Lady Quartette
of Chicago lately appeared in Vancouver and gave a concert in the Congregational church. The World thus
sings their praises: "If the Quartette
should ever visit Vancouver again
they will lie assured of a far larger audience, for everyone who was there
went away singing their praises. The
quartette is composed of four educated
and refined young ladies, each of whom
is a traine<l vocalist. Their quartette
selections, solos and duet* were all
well rendered," etc. This quintette
appears in the Grahd opera hous.i
Monday evening next.
At Rossland ('buries U. Hamilton
was elected mayor by  75  majority.
Carries the City by a Majority of 51 Out of 377
Votes.
As Usual, The Sun Picks the
Winners in the Aldermanic Race.
As The Sun prophetically remarked some weeks ago that it would
make no difference whether a civic
election was held, Mayor Hammar
would guide thc dest'nies of Grand
Forks during the year 1905. After
a spirited contest, in which the victor
stood upon his last year's record
and the policy of cutting down the
city's expenses, while Mr. Gaw's
supporters included several former
•nnyors and aldermen, who were not
by a long shot unanimous in their
policy except in the one respect that
they were ag'in the government,
Mayor Hammar was re-elected by a
majority of 51 out of the 377 votes
polled.
The smeltermen's vote, which is
quite a factor in the Grand Forks
campaigns, had been claimed in its
entirety by Mr. Gaw, but it would
seem by thc results that the goodjj
were not delivered, or else Mayor
Hammar was very generally supported by the town i eople, who are
more in touch with civic doings than
the smelter employees.
There wns not a contest in either
the East or West ward for aldermen,
as these candidates had been elected
by acclamation ; but in the Center
wa'd there was a close race, only six
vote? separating the highest and lowest candidates, and the second choice
winning by but one vote.
In the evening, nfter the results
had been announced; ■ the Hammar
men proceeded to celebrate with the
blowing of horns and building bon
fires, one of which as large us a
house was kept fiercely burning for
some time with the aid of empty
packing cases, barrels, etc., and vividly lit up the streets and buildings
around the Yale hotel square.
The full Grand Forks council for
thc year 1905 Is : Mayor Hiiininar ;
Aldermen—East wark, F. 11. Hutton, Chas. Brown ; Centre wasd, A.
L. Clements, Chas. Cusson ; West
ward, Neil McCallum and E. ('.
Henniger.
The following are the official figure issued by W. B, Bower, thc returning ollicer :
STATEMENT OF POLL.
For Mayor—
No. cast for Jeffrey Haminar... 2MI
No. cast for Robert Gaw  158
No. of spoiled ballots     10
Hanimar's majority     51
For Aldermen, Center Ward-
No. cast for A. L. Clements     fil
No. cast for Charles Cusson     5fi
No. cast for M. R. Feeney     55
The Phoenix civic board for 11)05
is as follows: Mayor, G. W. Rumberger ; aldermen, Jas. Marshall,
Thos. Roderick, Mr. Carson, P. Y.
Birnie, E. Brown, Dougald Maginnis.
In Nelson John Houston was elected mayor by 15 majority, tbe aldermen being Messrs. Glllet, Malone,
Kirkpatrick, Amiable, Macdonald
and Bird. Do You
Know
that a twenty-year guaranteed, gold field ease wears
better than a solid gold case?
Do you know that it stands |
more bard work and protects
a movement better inmost
eases? Gold-filled cases are
today made witli a skill and
perfection that is marvelous.
They wear as well as gold as
far as appearance goes, and
wear much lietter in practical service. I keep a large
variety of the best cases
made, anil they are protected
bv an iron clad warrant.
a. d. Morrison j
Jeweler  and   Optician
(3MANO   FORKS, R.C.
®ljf Ehemtuj §mt
PUBLISHED EVKIIV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT ('.HAND FOHKS, II.C, 1IY
Q. A. EVANS.
question from its different sides. It
would be n great relief to lis hearers
if Mr. Burrell wns nut quite so set in
some of his habits and would kindly
break away from bis invariable practice of rehashing, venerable bnn-
inoto, a lu Cliauneey Depew, in bis
eloquent public speeches, and instead
give some original and personal
views upon thc particular question
he is supposed to be discussing for
the instruction of ihe people before
whom be so often appears in the ro'e
of a pill lie speaker. The people
will get more real enjoyment!out iif
these funny little quips when they
a e seated by their own firesii'e, w'th
i n ever-reliable comic almanac of
tin; 1865 vintage at hand.
The I'hoenix I'ione. r man liasfre
qnently boasted that that eity is a
very close competitor of Giain'
Forks in t' e mutter of populu i .
At the municipal election just heh
there were were 228 names on thi
Phoenix voters' list, while tho Gram
Forks list contains 445 names, oi
just double the number on Pho.i'ni>
roll. Further comment is hurdh
necessary.
Humor ma Philosophy
By DUNCAN H. SMITN
SUUSCIIIPTION KATES:
One. year,...$2.00 \ Thrcemonlhs. .50
Six months .. 1.00 \ One month 20
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Ugui notices, 10 and 5 (Its. per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Hun,
Phone 55. okand fohks, u. c.
Two of Mr. Gaw's earliest caller
tbis morning were (JndertakcrCoopei
and Sexton Case ; but whether thej
called in their official capacity ti
preside at the would-be mayor's ob
sequies, or merely to otter condolences upon liis defeat, is a deep,
dark secret. ,
FRIDAY   'AMI  HY 13. 19113
Mr. Martin Burrell, who w 11 le remembered as the late defeated candidate for member of the Dominion
house, went out of his way at Mr.
Gaw's meeting last Wednesday nigl t
in order to cast slurs at Tiie Sun, A-
Mr. Burrell is dead politically, and us
The Sun is very much alive journi 1 s-
tically and every other way, perlnq s it
would hi as well to let the event puss
unnoticed, were it not fur the f c
that this paper makes a specialty of defending itself against attacks upon any
question or from any quarter, and is
quite well prepared to accept any deli
from even so mighty a warrior as Former Mayor Burrell.
The mayoralty campaign ended
up in such a heated contest yesterday that ll.e «eel;-old, below-zero
cold spell was consequently knogked
out. Anyhow* the thornionie-er
rose last night, and today we are
enjoying nice, balmy weather.
Upon being elected, Mayor Hammar started right in 11 say .nothing
but saw wood; while would-be-ninyor
Gaw started right in to holler and
saw boar Is and planks, etc.
Copyright, 1«04. by Duncan M. Smith.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Some men who get reputations as
philanthropists only have consciences
that they aro trying to settle with.
Somehow it does not offend a woman
when the assessor calls her piano a
cheap affair.
Grand Forks people are wideawake, and know when they have; a
goo J article. That .8 why they held I
on to Mayor Hainniar for another
year.
Even though war should be abolished
the man with a melon patch would not
willingly give op his shotgun.
A man thinks washing dishes is an
easy Job, but he seldom pitches In and
gives a demonstration.
In the year that there are no campaign funds dishonest men get a chance
to vote their convictions.
It is a woman of tact who can make
a man think that It breaks her heart
to have to refuse to marry him.
There is music in the air when tbe
campaign manager has his plans laid
to beat the band.
Generally the man who bets all of
his money on a long shot wins only a
long walk.
Up Salt River.
Of course Salt river scenery
Il hardly passing fair,
But those who ride Its dreary tide
For scenery don't care.
They're hardly In a frame of mind
Such things as scenic charms to find.
If on the banks were meadows,
If cities brave and bright
Stretched far and wide on either side
And made a pleasant sight,
Oh, not for them would be the charm
Of castle tall or pleasant farm.
Those who by Invitation
Upon that trip depart
Do not feel gay or blithe, for they
Have heaviness of heart.
As time rolls wearily away
Tou couldn't make them smile for pay.
And some men make the journey
Who have not passage sought,
Who did not dream that for the stream
Their tickets had been bought.
And they were for Salt river slated
The same day they were nominated.
Razor honing a  specialty   at   the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
THE VERDICT OF PUBLIC OriKION
Is w4th the best article every time.
That's why Putnam's Corn Extraator
1ms been in the lead for the last half
cnturv. It cures corns painlessly in
twenty-four hours and never fails.
Use only Putnam's for corns and
wurts.    11. E. Woodland, druggist.
One might as well have no watch as
one that's fast or slow. An accurate
wat'li isn't necessarily an expensive
one—we have a variety of styles at
comparatively low prices thut ure
guaranteed to keep good time. A. D.
Morrison.
RACKING FAIN IN THE JOINTS
Also every form of rheumatism,
neuralgia and sciatica are best cured
hy Nerviline, the quickest relief for
muscular pain yet diseoAered. It's because Nerviline strikes in and penetrates right to the core of the pain that
it gives such unbounded satisfaction:
"I caught cold in my shonlder while
driving and suffered great pain,"
v rites G. E. Dempsny of Berlin. "I
used Nerviline freely and wns booii
quite well. 1 have found Nerviline an
excellent remedy for rheumatism and
neuralgia as well s for cold on the
chest. I recommend Nerviline highly,
and wouldn't be without it. Price
25c.   H. E. Woodland, druggist.
.vn'Mrswv\jj.so - tppjio-vfoni
will b ■ received for the position of
Agent in this locality to represent the
Occidental Loan & Savings Company
of Vancouver, 1>. C. One willing to
eunv.iss desired. Good proposition to
the f gilt | nrty. Apply P. 0. Box 152,
Vanoouver, B. C.
That versatile freak, who, it may lie
literally said, lias for the past few
months sat in the editorial chair n
The News-Gazette office, is to try an
entirely new stunt, according to current rumor. It will be remembered
that the ubove gentleman ocoupied the
police magistrate's chair in Grand
Forks for several years, or until the
exigencies of thh case demanded that
he change seats. Then be went into
the newspaper business, presumably to
get even with tbe people who had lieen
given some pretty fierce rulings by bim.
Now, after a few mouths as a journalist, he is apparently in hot water
again, nnd proposes to cool off by gi -
ing into the ice-cutting business as a
side line, in opposition to stuudaid
dealers, furnishing consumi r i at liar-
gain prices and agreeing to take half
tho amount in trade, from a bottle of
beer to a bushel of spuds. The ice may
not be scaly, but the prices seem to be
seal). He will doubtless soon deveiop
a bad case of "cold feet" in this ice-
cutting business, when a good opening
for him to warm up again may lie
found in a job on the slag railway up
at the Granby smelter. After that
there are some other hot places where
he may locate.
Former Mayor Burrell is much
worried because The Sun is not so
bigoted as to prevent its seeing any
How'd you like to be the iceman ?
SNlFtLUNG AW) Si.tE.DIS COLDS
Can be stopped in a few imnutes
aud permanently cured in one hour by
in.ailing fragrant, healing Catarri.o-
zone. **io remedy compares with Ca-
turriiozoni* for cold in the head und
nasal catarrh. It soothes and heals
the inllamed mucous membranes, prevents sneezing uud coughing, clears
awuy the "stutfed-up" feeling in the
forehead. If you haven't used Catarrhozone get it today und try it on your
next cold. Vou'II be surprised ut the
efficiency of this delightful inhaler
treatment, which pleases everyone because it cures so quickly. Complete
out lit $1.00; sample size 25c. H. E.
Woodland, druggist.
Tables, ba'ls, cues ir p rfect order,
at Yule Billiard Parlors.
See our display of Fancy Boxes
and Baskets fo,' Christmas gifts
Nothing like them in town. Donaldson's. Come early and get best selections.
For a nice hair-out or shave go to
tho City Barber Shop on Riverside.
Baths 2Bo.
The Philharmonic Ludy Quartette
of Chicago lately appeared in Vancouver und guve a concert in the Congregational church. The World thus
sings their praises i "If the Quartette
should ever visit Vancouver again
they will be assured of a far larger audience, for everyone who'wus there
went uwiiy singing their praises. The
quartette is composed of four educated
and refined young ladies, each of whom
is a trained vocalist. Their quartette
selections, solos and duets were all
well rendered," etc. This quartette
appears in the Gruhd opera houso
Monday evening next.
A Popular Train.
A train of thoughts will take a man
farther tor less money than any train
of curs ever built.
To catch a train of cars a man must
get up before,he is through sleeping,
bolt a hasty breakfast, borrow what
money bis wife bas been saving for a
new bat and then make a Dan Patch
run for it.
For a pleasant jaunt on a train of
thought a man leans back In his easy
chair, closes his eyes nnd in about half
a second is over In Asia showing tbe
Japanese how to run the war. The
beauty of It is that he can easily get
back in time for dinner, nnd be always
makes it a point to do so.
Wben In doubt take a train of
thought. You will find it In every way
superior to a box car or the blind bag-
tage. 	
No Sympathy For Him.
What a Joy to press
the pillow ot th*
chamber cottage bed
And to listen to the
patter of the soft
rain overhead
As we think of crossings muddy and we
dream of gutter*
swollen
And the fellow trudging homeward whoso
umbrella we hav*
stolen!
Answers to Conespondents.
0. O. D.—To tell a woman's age for
certain ask her dearest friend and then
subtract three.
Mnymc.—We cannot tell bow to cure
your corns unless you are more specific
In stating what ails them.
Mrs. G.-The best way to recover an
old umbrella that we know of is to advertise for It.
. Anxious Wife.—We can do nothing
for your husband's red nose if he
won't quit drinking. Get a red shirt
waist to match it and make the best
of It 	
Long Distance Bravery.
"I beard him threaten to knock daylight out of a man twice as large as
himself."
"I didn't know that he hnd a telephone In his office."
Helps at a Pinch.
M a man Is out of money less or more,
Still his case Is hardly one you can deplore;
He may have upon hla board
All tho market can afford,
If he has a little credit at the store.
Fancy Apples, Oranges, Grapes.
'>utcs, Nuts, Figs, Table llaisins,
te., ut Donaldson's. Get a box of
nir fine Spitzenburg apples for
Christinas.    Phone (14.
Our Platform
and
Pol icy for 1905
Pure Drugs.
Polite and Efficient Service.
Skilful Compounding of Prescriptions.
Cleunlin.'ss, Accuracy and
Promptness.
To Supply You With a Kodak.
Your Trade and Influence
Solicited.
Woodland's
D ug  Store .
Night Service Phone 13
Fl«d th* Rainbow.
I bare seldom seen a sky without
some bit of rainbow in it Sometimes
I can make others see It, sometimes
not, but I always like to try, and if I
fall I harber no worse thought of them
than that they have not had their eyes
examined and fitted with glasses which
would at least have helped their vision.
-W. D. Howells.
Tbe Beantr of ft Face.
There are faces so fluid with expression, so flushed and rippled by the
play of thought, that we can hardly
find what the mere features really are.
When tbe delicious beauty of lineaments loses Its power it Is because a
more delicious beauty haB appeared—
that an Interior and durable form has
been disclosed.
Grand Forks
Skating
Rink
Fisher C& Taylor, Props.
Now Open for
the Sefiaon
of 1904-05.
Season Tickets
lien's, $5.00      Hookey, 85.00
Ladies', 8.1.00     Children, $2.50
Masquerade Carnival,
Wcdne day, January 18th.
Prizee for Costumes antl Skating
Races,
Gait  Coal
T*HI': PEST IS ALWAYS THK CHEAPEST.
The Old Reliable Gait
$8.00
Lump Coal, per ton, only....
Cleanest and most economical   coal   in the Houndury.
In W'ihhI we hnve the best Dry Fir and Tamarack,
in all lengths, ut lowest prices.
Heavy and light dray work attended to promptly.
Passengers and trunks to and  front  all   trains.
Phone A 129
Grand   Forks   Transfer   Co.
Rutherford Bros., Props.
P.BURNS&CO.
Dealers    in   All    Kinds    of
FRESH AND CURED
MEATS
Fish and Game in  Season
Grand   Forks, B. C. / I
%
Groceries
It's our business to sell Groceries,
und we curry the most complete
stock in the c'ty. If you are scepti-
call and ho. convinced. Our [trices,
too, aro right. We also carry a line
of Loot', Shoes, Rub!>c.ts and Gent's
Furnishings,
J. H. HODSON
Phone 30
Opposite C.P. R. Station
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked.     Bid
American Boy	
Ben-Hur	
I'lackTail ,
Canadian Gold Fields
Curiboo!(MeK.)ex-div.
Centre Star	
Denoro Mines	
Fairview	
Fisher Maiden	
Giant	
Granby Consolidated. So
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
Perth Star(E, K.)...
Payne	
Quilp	
Rambler-Cariboo	
San Poil	
Sullivai	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess. |kJ).
White Bear "      " .,
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10
15
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2
11
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23J
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WALLACE
CHALMERS
PROP.
60   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
A FKBSII STOW OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
A COMPLETE LINE OF
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 Grain 1 Forks has been opened up for the inspection ofthe
ladies of the city. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct styles. Moderate prices. Inspect nt** goods before making
your fall purchases.    FAS) HONABLE 1 Ht I'SSM A K ING iii'connection.
cTVIISS M. E. WEBB
cask blook: con. bridge and second sts.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending n nket rli nnd description muy
quickly uacornUu our ojilniuti free whether an
Invention Is probably put.cntable, Communlca-
tlotuntrlarlyroiiildciiuul. HANDBOOK on Patents
Bent free. Oldest hiumkv for flOfluruiB patent*.
I'atenta takon tinnu^li Munii k Co. recelv*
tper.iul nutlet, without chnnio, In the
-4jM  r rf-%   - ^ wptcuu nonce, wu iiout mmvat*, iu uiv
Xmas Goods   Scientific American.
A handBomelyillliBtrated weekly. J,nr(rest circulation of any BclenUUo journal. Torms, $3 a
year; four months, $1. Hold by ull newsdealers.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS JHjyteEt±!W
QRAND FORKS FEDERAL LA
bor   Union  No.   281, A.'L.U.—
Meets    every    Wednesday    evening
—i—— ' at 8 o'clock in   Fetleral   Union  hall.
Dan KbllY, Pics.
Stove Coal, Select Lump, per Tf r ft      jAa A gAHBiS| ksec.
ton delivered     11JU
Carbonado Coal (Semi-Anthracite, per ton	
7.65
Flour, Hay, Grain and Peed
WANTKD-MliN AND WOMEN in this count.t
uful itiljdiiiiufr territories to reinesi-nt awl
ti'lvertlse tin o'«i established  house  of solio.
iiiitun'iiil Htniulitifj. Salary to men Iii week*
ly, to women £12 to SIS weekly, with expense*
uriviiiiceri oaou Monday by cheek direct troin
lieuiltiiiarterM. Horse nntl bii-ffry fiirnUlir'l
When nei-eshury; pot-it-on iifi-miuicnt. Ail-
dress, Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A. Monon
Bldff.( Chlcftgb, 111.
e.c. henniger &cd I "["}*•-» T^nllirk
uonb 14C       Second Stukbt  J-*'*   •*- V^lll'wXV
"-"H DENTIST
Phok
THE HAN WHa WORKS HARD
Perseverance and will-power he must
have, but whether he has strength and
vigor is another consideration. Hard
working men usually hove irritable
Heaves and should fortify their systems with a courst of Frnoz ne a
tonic that I'ebniltls and revitalizes beyond all telling. It's just wonderful
the strength that Ferrozone imparts to
broken down men. It forms new
blood, supplies the system with abundant nourishment, and where formerly
there was tiredness anil lassitude, Ferrozone establishes a reserve of energy
and vim. Try Ferrozone—price 50c,
per box.  H. E. Wl ollarid, drufgist.^
Great reduction in Fall and Winter
Hats and all kinds of Millinery floods
from now until the end of the season
iit. Mrs. Gray's, Sears block,Winnipeg
avenue. Dressmaking parlors in connection.
BLACKSMITH SHOP
A. H.THOMPSON, PROP.
General Blackstnithing and
Wagon Work. All Work
Guaianted.
Shop near Fihst
Street Bridge.     6RAND FORKS, B.C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAW'S
CIGAR STORE.
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
P
Phone 27.
Office' over Hnnter-
Kendriek Co. 's Stored
R. C. MGGUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Opposite J. W. Jones' Furniture Store.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Grand
Forks- J. R. Robertson- B.A., priHtor.
Services evory Sun-l-iy at 11 a.m. aru 7:!K) p.
nn.; Sunday sehool ami Bible olass, 3 p.m.:
Westminster Guild of C. ti.. Tuesday, 8
p.m.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH - Corner Main
aud Fifth sts. 17 Manuel, pastor. Services
every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.:
class meeting at eloso of morning service;
Sunday sohool and Bible class at 8 p. m.;
prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at 8 o'clook. The public is cordially invited.
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
, ALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See ys
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
■MEKCIiANTTAILOll,
QRAND FOHKS, B.C
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
*   Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Denial Surgery, Philadelphia,
Office in Megaw llloek.
Phono 188.        Grand ForlcH, B.C.
Foo Lee
AUNDRV
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED GLEAN  AND
.   NICE  AND  IRONED  BY
MACHINERY,     NKW
MEN EMPLOYED.
Next   to   Chinese  Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
A. MACKINTOSH
Transferring and
Ligfit Draying
Leave orders at Grand Forks Liquor
Company's, First Street.
Grand Forks, B. C.
Synopsis of r-.V--.ii'-Lions Disposal of Minerals
ou Dnmlntnn Lands In Manitoba, the North-
West Tecrlt -Ties and the Yukon Territory.
Coal* Coal lauds may lie jAirohascd for $J0
per aero for soft coal ami $211 fur an thr twite.
Not more than fJEfl) acres ejj.ii bfl acqnlrnd by
one iiiflividimlofetfftipatiy, Royulty at the
rate otJO cents per tuti of 2000 pouiids shall
be roib*ct(;<l on tiroes output.
•yt'AUT/.- Ffi-snua of el(j|itrHii years' and
over and joint stool* cotupaui&s holding free
iiiitier-i' cortltlcates may obtuin entry for a
milling location;
A free miiHH-'Mcpi'tilicuii. is granted for
one or more years, not exceeding five, up""
payniont in adVRiice of Jl.BOper annum fur
ail indiviiiuiil, und from $"t(l to $100 pep Milium for ii company according to capital.
A free minor, having tUHcoWred nml in
plapei may lunate a claim loWixlfitiO foet by
inarhingolit the Samo wilh two legal phstn,
bearing location notice*-, one at each en'l ou
the lodB or vein.
The claim -Imll be recorded wltbin fifteen
days if located WitlUrt ten tulles of a m In ink
recorder's office; one udditioiml day  allowed
r eaeh addltlohnl ten mijes or fraction,
r-.e. fee t'(ir recording n olaim is $5.00.
At least $100must be expended on tlicclniiu
each year or paidI to the mining recorder in
lien t'i' ici f. u hen $800 hit)- been expended
ur pail, (he locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with the
other r *1 hi rente tits, purchase  the   laud   at
>i.tM an apj-o.
Permission may he grouted by the Minister
of tbe Interior to locate clnims contaiui.ig
iron and mica, also copper, in the Yukon
Territory, of an area not exceeding 10()aores.
The patent for a mining locution shall provide for the payment uf royulty on the salad
not exceeding ilvu per cent.
The lenee's ri^nt i<t ooiillue I to the submerged beds or burs in thc river belpw low
water water mark, tbat boundary to be fixed
by its position on the 1st day of August in the
-.1 ui' of tne dute of lite lease.
The lessee shull have one dredge in operation withintwd'yetfrsfront the date of the
lease, uud one divdge for each five miies
Within six your- from such dute, Uentui
£100 per mile for first year, uml iSlu |ie> mil.-
foreach BUbsequeut year. Huyulty, same aa
plueer milling.
Placer mlnlpg In the Yukon Territory.—,
Creek, gulch, river und bill eluims sluili not
exceed -<">i foot in length, measured on the
base line or general direction ofthe cr reek
or gulch, the width being 1000 to •!'>■■■- All
other -ilme. clalui-* shall he $00 feet siinai'e.
Claims are marked by two iteujal posts, one
nt OAoh end, bearing notices huuy must be
obtained within ten dnys, if the claim Is
within ten miles of mining recorder's office.
One additional day allowed for euch additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a claim
HUM hold n free miner's certificate.
The ilUcuvuier of a new mine is entitled to
a cluim of I'i'ii fet i in length, aud if I lie purty
consists or two l-ii'O feet altogether-on tb(e
output of whieh no royally *\ill Ue charged;
thu rest of the party ordinary claims only,
hutry fee $R   Keyulty ut the rute.if ■!'„ per
cent on the vulue »»f the gold shipped from
the Yukon Ten Itory, to be paid to ihe Comptroller,
i\o free miner shall receive, a grunt of more
.than one mlnloK claim uu eaeh separate
river, creek or gulch. Out the suine miner
may hold uuy number of claims by purchase,
and free miners may wurk their •dalius iu
partnership by filing notice and paying fee
of $3, A olaim muy be abandoned and an*
ulher obtained Oil the same creek, milch or
river, by giving notice and paying a tee.
Work must he done ou a claim ouch yeur tu
ihe value of ut least 5200.
A certificate that-wurk has bee i dune must
be ubtaiued eaoh year. If not, the claim
shall be deemed to be tibaudoued, ami open
to occiipuLlou aud entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be defined
absolutely hy having a survey mude und publishing notices lu the Yukon Official Ih-zette.
PuTiioi-suM.—All unappropriated Oomiii-
ion lands iu Munilobu, the North-West Territories and within the Yukon Territory are
open to prospecting for petroleum, and the
Minister muy reserve for un individual or
company having machinery on the land tube
prospected, uu area of W0 ucres- Should the
prospector discover oil in paying iinantities,
and satisfactorily establish such discovery,
an area uot exceeding H-tii acres, Hicludiug the
ull well and such other land as may bedetert
mined, will be sold tn the discoverer ut tho
rate uf fel.UOaii acre, subject to royalty at
such ra>e us may be specified by order-In*
council.   '
JAMES A. $MART,
Deputy of the Minister of the interior,
Department of the Interlur, Ottuwu.
•43-
THE
COZIEST
AND
MOST
: UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THE BEST OE ICVI'RY-
THING.
FIRST  STREET
JOE THATCH Kit,
P|!oimii':T'ih.
ALE
KINDS
OF
HOT
AND
FANCY
MIXED
DRINKS.
H
u
NION HOTEL ANDMUSICHALL
Bar 3&pplied With the Finest Lines of Wines, Liquors
and Cif-iu-s. LUNCH COUNTER MEALS Served at
All Horn's.    Finely Furnished Rooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
Baths 25c at tho   Palace   Barber      Claims AND   A'.vtiMl'USHMKXTs—
Sbp]*, Victoria hotel. j Wo do more than just promise yon
  good printing—wo do the printing
Nicely furnished   rooms, with or that's up to^juf promises. Any.office
without'board, at the Winnipeg hotel,   cub can promise—we execute.    Nn
  disnppointiiiitjt —if we promise work
Heavy teaming of all kinds   done on ;i date, it's done at that time.
bv J. W. Junes.	
* * 	
Just arrived, up-to-date Ready-to- GEO.      CHAPPLxi.
Wears.    MissM. E. Webb, Milliner.
PRACTICAL PLUMS EH
I Carry u Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
Our stock of watches was never
larger or-more attractive. With the
best movements that America makes,
we have about every variety of ease
that choice, may suggest or circum- UP-JO-DATE PLUMBING.
stance demand. A. D. MOrnson, tne
Jeweler. OPPOSITE POSTOFMCE
WHY GO EAST
Over   tlit-   siin-lnii'iied, sage brush
and  alkali  plains, when you   y
just ns well take a delightful,  cool
antl comfortable ride through  the
heart of ihe  Rocky  Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the ,
Ainei'icun continent?
This you ean dp by traveling on,' Ulll
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Lino of the World.'J
the only truiiscontiiiciitiil line passing through Suit Lake City, (lien-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to east-
cm points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all tniins east
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining chair oars,
Standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service, mul also
personally conducted oxoursion em's,
eaeh in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after lln-
comfort of bis guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive moans of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions!
For additional details address J.
I). Mansfield, Gen. Agt., Rio Grande
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Poi't-
iiiul,  Ore.
FOLGER £ CO.
FARM PRODUCE
BUTTER EGOS
APPLES POTATOES
CHICKEN8 AND TURKEYS—
Live or Dressed—Always on
Hand.
McIntosh Block, Sboond St.
Phone 146 Grand Fobks,B.C
BurrlHters. Solicitor*
Notaries, Ktc.
irner Winnipeg  AvBIIUQ
Pint Street,
QRAND FOHKS. B. C.
GOOD DRY
WOOD
$3.75 Per Cord, Delivered.
Leave Orders at
THE SUN OFFICE
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Urand   Forks   and 8tfr-
rou^ding territory to represent
CNAADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy 1'iuits, Small
Knots, .Shrubs, (Ji'ii.'iineiitats,
antl ltoses. A permanent
situation, ami territory reserved for the right man.
Pay Mielky. llm iIm niiitit-
fitt'rec. Write for partioa-
lai'sautl'send 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in exainiiig trees
antl plants for insects.
. STONE .v. WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nubskmks,
(t)ver 800  Acres)
TORONTO,    - ONTARIO W.K.C. MANLY
...DK.W.KIl IN,.
Shdf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's  Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
/ PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET
zt\
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundarv mines for   1900, 1001, 1903,
1903, 1001, and for the past week:
1900       1001.        1902.        1903        1904   Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix  64,533   '231,7(12   809,858   31)3,181   538,540     10,620
Snow-shoe,   I'hoenix
Brooklyn, Phoenix.
Pacific Hotel
C. V. BLOOUY, Proprietor
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, OPPOSITE c. p,it. STATION,
Liquors and Cigars, GRAND PORKS, B. C.
FIIIS'I'.OI.ASS INK VKIIY
HK.SPKCT.
SAMPLE BOOMS FOB
COMMEBOIAi;
TIIAVHLI.BUs
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call and inspect them.
Also a stock ot Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Granby Hotel
Most Convenient-
ly Located Eotel
in tuk City. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Bar Supplied with the
Finest I'rant Is of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS. _
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS HOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WKLL
FURNISHED ■ ROOMS.
RAND FORKS, B. C.
We havo opened tip in thi
II ARNN'KWK AND SADDLERY business on
BRIDGE   STREET  7r,r,'„ku'"v.iru«
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
added to by theo-irivn! of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette  <M  Co.
Grand  Porks. B. C.
N. D. McINTOSH
FIN*»T   STREET, ORAND   FORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware and Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Roek Prices. Largest Variety ol
Goods in the City.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought ami Sold. Call mul Inspect My Goods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stoek.
Stoves a Specialty
See Mac for Bargains
FLOUR
IN ,' NY
QUANTITY
Mother Lode, De
Sunset, Dcndwood ..
Morrison. Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit   19,494
Emma, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp.	
llrey Fugle, Summit Cninp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington  1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington  '2,2itO
Athelstan, Wellington  1,200
Net. 7 Mine, Central
City of Paris, Central  2,000
Jewel. Long Lake  160
Providence. Providence
Elkhorn, Greenwood
E. P. U. and Goldfinch  • 	
'Miscellaneous  3,880
Harder In the Air.
In tbe neighborhood of Buenos
Ayres, In South Ameriea, tlierc is a
north wind which sweeps over plains
covered with marshes and becomes
overcharged with moisture. The effects produced in the human body are
in general lassitude and relaxation.
Tbe pores of the skin are opened, Inducing great liability to colds, sore
throat and all consequences of check
of perspiration. The damp wind of
La rintn seems to affect tbe temper
and disposition of tbe Inhabitants. The
Irritability and ill humor It excites In
them amount to little less than a temporary derangement of their faculties.
It Is a common tiling for meu among
the better classes to shut themselves
up in their bouses during its continuation and lay aside all business till it
bas passed, while among the lower
classes It Is always remarked that
Cases of quarreling nnd bloodshed are
more frequent during the north winds
than at any other time. Even murderers are said tn lay to It tbe blame
of tbeir foul deeds. No sooner, bow-
ever, does tbe southwest wind, blowing from the dry and snowy summits
of.the Andes, set in than health and
comfort and peace are restored.
1,721     '20..S00     74,212
  150             22,688
m.     5.340    00,031    141,32(1    138,070   194,002
804
150
47,405
050
7,455      15,731
3,330
14,811    "19,865
8,530     22,037
  868
Tbe Prnlrle Dob*.
There Is no burrowing animal which
works wltb more intelligence thnn the
prnlrle dog. lie never commits the error of making ills mound in a place
which may be submerged by water. In
a western Kansas town a small boy
caught a young dog and fixed a home
for it in the cellar of bis father's house.
The dog went to work almost at once
to dig a tunnel to the open air. It
went down under tlte stone wall of the
cellar and up to tlte surface nt a point
about 11)0 feet from the house. Rut it
found that its point of exit was tn the
middle of a well traveled road. It went
back and dug another gallery in an
oblique direction from the lirst, emerging in a plot of grass. The earth carried back into the cellar In tlih) digging
would more than till n v ,; in box.
For Bevernl yenrs the d ig i! tj on the
premises, making the cellar its base of
operations, but going to the open air at
Will thropgh its gallery.
f      Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
.      What He Win Up To.
"Do you know of the only Irishman
who ever committed suicide?" asked
tbe story teller. "Yon know It Is said
that Irishmen never commit suicide,
•nd when the argument was advanced
tn a crowd of that nationality he was
ao unstrung tbat be decided to show bis
opponents that Irishmen do sometimes
commit a rush act. lie accordingly disappeared, and the man who employed
bim started a search. When he got to
tbe barn he looked up toward tlio rattan nnd snw his mnn hanging with, a
rope around bis waist
•"What are yon up to, PntV he
asked.
"'Ol'm banging nn-''. begobsl' the
Irishman replied.
" 'Why don't you put it around your
neck?'
"'Faith, Ol did. bill Oi couldn't
broytbe.' waa thc ur 'lulling reply of
the man from tbe Emerald Isle."
THE
Grand Forks Sun
AND TIIK                                                              AND TUB
Toronto Daily
•
Toronto Weekly
News
Mail   and
FOH
I
Empice
■ $2*25
1   '
lion
$2.10
[
per year
per year
Subscribe   Now.
Careful attention
(riven to
BRIDGE STREET
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
I ORKS, B. C.
Clauea la Turkey,
The people of Turke, ire classified
as three classes—the wealthy, the people of o Unary means and the poor.
The wages which the poor are paid
rnntro from 20 to '*.") cents a dny. Some
of tlio girls who work in the silk manufactories arc paid as low as ii nntl 7
cents for n bard day's work. Tho majority of the Inhabitants pf Turkey,
by Hie way, are employed In the manufacture of silk. Farming is carried on
Very little, which is duo to the small
profits which it brings and to the
Bcnrelty or machinery. There arc many
wonltby people In Turkey, some of
whom nre said to be worth SjiOOO.OOO,
and they spend freely.
JOIN the CANADIAN
PREFERENCE
LEAGUED*
100,000
MEMBERS   WANTED
THI object uf tho League Is to educnto OanacCant how boat to
apply tho Oanadlan Proforenco sentiment, Inomberi of tho
Loa.TUo aro expected, whon making* purchases, to give pro-
, foroncc to the products of Canada and to all articles of Canadian
■manufacture, whon tho quality is equal and tlio coat no*. In excoao
of that of slmllarforelgn products or manufactured articles. Each
member is also oxpectod to glvo proforenco to Cnnadian labor and
to this country's educational and financial Institutions A monthly
Journal will bo published In the Interests of the Loaguo and mailed
to each member, Tho annual membership fee and subscription
for tho Journal :s ftl.OO.
OUT THIS OUT, SIGN, AND SEND TO write
Thc Secretary, THE CANADIAN  PRE«ERRNCE LEAGUE, plainly
Room 20, Home Life ttutiutng, Toronlo
Ptoauo enroll my name ae a member of tho Canadian Proforenco
Lenpuo.   Tncloso-J Eo9'.no,my membership foo nnd subscription for
onfl ■.■*-.--.*-to "CANADA FIRST," the journal of Tho Caned an Proforenco
Le:;;ue.
(Ncwtio) Mr., Mrs., Miss
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