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Sun.
fh-rd Year.~No.>KQ\V]
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, September 27, 1904
Two. Boys Play   at Circus
With Disastrous Results.
Catholic Social Club Gave a
. Party Last  Friday"
Evening.
Under date of New York, Sept
26; Jay P. Graves telegraphs the foi
lowing to the Spokesman-Review :
"I am not advised as to the truth of
the reports that President S. H. C.
Miner, of the (iranby company, has
sold his Granby holdings. Neither
President J. .1. Hill nor the Great
Northern owns any shares of Granby,
acording to my best information.
Only the shareholders' meeting can
determine whether any changes will
lie made ill the affairs of the eoin-
| any. If any be made, Phoenix
need not-worrv."
Died.—At the Cottage hospital, in
(irand Forks, on Tuesday, September 2Sth, at 7:00 a.in., John McPhee,
of typhoid fever, utter an illness of
live or six weeks. Deceased was between 35 lind 40 years of age, unmarried, and was an old-timer ofthe
Boundary, having lived in Danville
for a number of years. During the
past four months he has been liar-
tender in the Quciii's hotel in Ihe
West ward. The time of thefeneral
has not yet been decided,upon, and
will not be made known uniil tbe
brother of tbe deceased, who lives ill
Vancouver, can be heard from.
nature of a historic mid pioneers'
parade—ox teams, prairie schooners, cowboys, hunters and Indians.
This will be novel, interesting and
instructive.
About forty petiole attended the
social given by tbe Catholic Social
Club in their club-room last Friday
nights In the whist contest there
were twenty participants, The first
prize, consisting of a Grund Forks
souvenir spoon, was won by Mrs. B.
Lequime. Other amusements were
provided for those who did not care
to indulge in card-playing, Delicious
refreshments were served, and at 12
o'clock the members aiid their
guests departed for their homes,
after spending a most enjoyable
evening.
When Jnnres F. Post and the Stuart Comic Players come to this city
on Sept. 2,S and 20, presenting that
laughable comedy, "II & I," the
playgoers hereabouts will be afforded the treat of the season in the line
of farce comedy. This is the lirst
attraction booked hy the new Canadian eiicuit, antl the management
of the opera house is indeed fortunate in securing such an excellent ag-
gregalion of stars to he the first to
travel the circuit. Mr. Post is surrounded by a capable company of
artists, ami the specialty features introduced during the performance
would do credit to the largest theatres on the continent. No expanse
has been spared in making this attraction the most efficient in the
northwest. Seats on sac at Woo I-
land's.    Prices 81.0:) and 50c.
Geo. A. Fraser, M.P.P., returned
yesterday from a three weeks' visit
to the coast.
m ii
Grand  Forks  Will Have a
Special  Train  for
Their Party.
Probably 100 From This City
Will Go Over for a
Good Time.
is no time for anything but fnn.
Specialties of the highest order will,
be introduced, and an evening of un-
alloyed delight is promised. Prices,
50 cents and $1.00. Seats on sale at
Woodland's drug store.
I
effort on the part of
more enterprising of
Johnny Jones and Eddy Laitg-
hcad had a wild-west entertainment
of their own nist Sunday down on
the Manly • ranch, near Gilpin.
While racing their horses at breakneck speed the I.aughead boy's
mount suddenly took a notion that
be wanted to buck, and he did so,
throwing Eddy about ton feet in the
air. The boy alighted rightunder the
horse's hind legs, and the animal, before continuing his journey, gave the
youngster a vicious kick on the back
of his bead, inflicting a severe
though not dangerous wound.
,1. Bllrtt Morgan, general nianiiger
of Ihe Chilliwack Power & Light
oompany, retumodfrom the coast on
Saturday. He will be in town till
the end of this week, disposing of
his household effects and settling
business here preparatory lo final removal to Chilliwack. He reports
things favorably in connection with
Jhe power company's enterprises.
It is stated that opening day, October 8, will see the finest parade
ever put on in Spokane by one of the
annual fairs. The Interstate fair
this year will make this parade something unusual. It seems some 81100
was left over Bonie two or three years
ago by some Fourth of July committee which did not have use for
all the funds which had been raised
for it. The fair hasfseeureil thecon-
sent of most of thc subscribers that
this money be used by the fair. It
',as been decided to put it into some
thing elaborate in the way of a par-
adi
Of E Iwin-i, in "The Burglar's
Daughter," the curtain-raiser for the
Great Ilewett, Rev. Beckett of Chicago says: Bessie's burglar teaches
a better moral regarding temperance
than any sermon I can preach. All
ehureh   members   should  see this,
and by all nit s bring the children.
Biden opera  bouse, Oct. 3 and 4.
Scats on sale at Woodland's.
A. A. Frechette, the harncssmaker.
today moving his shop from Government avenue, in the West ward,
to the building next the Lion Bottling Works on Bridge street.
Mrs. M. Burrell left yesterday for
Victoria, where she will join her
husband, who left for that city aboui
a week ago. Mr. Burrell will actus
one of Ihe judges in the fruit depart'
meflt at the Provincial Exhibition,
Mrs. Frank JWer lefl yesterday
for ii short visit to Nelson anil Spokane.
James F. Post and u company
known us Stuart's Comic Players
will bu the star attraction at the
Biden opera house on Sept. 28th and
29th, ''Uiv. I" will be the play, ami
for laughing purposes it has no
equal! Mr. Post is well known as
the most able of all the Irish comedians now before the public. His
company is versatile and is composed of people who can do specialties as well as present farce
comedy, Prices 81.00 and 60c
Seats on sale at Woodland's.
After much
several of the
our citizens, tho Canadian Pacilic
railway has placed a special train
for the convenience of those wishing
to attend the second annual exhibition of the Nelson Agricultural antl
Industrial association at Nelson, B.C,
on Wednesday and Thursday, September 2Sth and 20th.
Mayor Hammar has already declared tomorrow, Wednesday, a public holiday in (Irand Forks, which
will enable our business men to take
a day oil' from business cares and
ehjoy themselves., The fair promises
to be a huge success. New buildings,
line grounds and a big premium list
will do much toward making it a
permanent success ; and the many
novel open-air attractions at the present show will add greatly to the
pleasure of those attending.
The special train will leave the
C.P.R. depot Wednesday, September
28th, at 7 a. in., returning in the
livening. About 75 or 80 persons
have already decided to take advantage of the'trip, but Ihe movers in
the matter nre anxious to have the
party as large as possible. Buy
tickets to aid Ihe guarantee which is
required.
Tiokets are 84.00 each, good to return on special or on regular trains
up to October 1st. Everybody gt
and have a good time.    All aboard
SUNSET   SUANTERINGS
"Ike" Kockeiilield, who live years
ago played baseball with the Nelson,
B.C., team, anil who will ho remembered hy old-timers in Grand Forks,
when there was intense rivalry be
tween the teams of ibis city and
Nelson, Is getting ahead iu tbe athletic world, lie has been playing
with the Spokane tenm this present
season, but bus been drafted by the
New Vork Amur,can league team for
next summer.
A. E. McCartney, local manager
for the Vernon & Nelson Telephone
company, is suffering from a severe
attack of typhoid fever, and bas been
scut to the general hospital in Nelson for treatment Word was re
ceivod from that city yesterday tha
be was quite low.
The family of W. B. Shaw, late
agent of the Dominion Express company at tbe downtown ollice in this
eity, left today for Nelson, to join
Mr. Shaw, who was transferred to
that city two or three weeks ago.
T. F. Neelands, grand master of
the l.O.O.F. for British Columbia,
will visit Gateway lodge, No. 45, of
this eity, Thursday evening next,
September 29th. All members and
visiting brethren are requested to be
present.
Great Northern Now Laying
Rails on [the Granby
Smelter Spur.
Several of the smelter employees
are laid up at the hospital suffering
from fever, which last fall also laid
up many of the employees.
The electric street lights were not
in working order Monday night; but
the reflection from the bush tires on
the bill east of the eity, aided by the
moonlight, brightened things to almost the standard.
Born—In Grand Porks, September
23, 1904, lo Mr. ami Mrs.  J.  Skin-
This  probably will bo in thejner, a daughter,
Stewart's Comic Players, headed
by the greatest of all Irish coiliodi
tins, James F. Post, will be I he attraction at lie Biden opera bouse, in
this eity, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, September 2,Stb and
20th. This attraction, being the
lirst to he booked hy the new Canadian circuit, will doubtless be greeted by a packed house, ami those
who attend will be assured of a most
hearty time. Tic fun comes fust
ami furious in "laud L" anil the
comical situationseomeone aflerlhe
other in quick succession, ami there
Alex. Chinas, shift boss nt the
Granby smelter, leaves Wetlne-diiy
on a two weeks' vacation trip to Nelson, B. C. During his absence his
duties will be performed by Harr:
Lutley, one of tbe most popular and
efficient of the smeller's employees,
who has been with the Concern sinee
even before it blew in its lirst furnace,
four years ago la.-t month.
Prof. Hepburn left today for Nelson, wberebe will remain fora short
lime. Mr. Mmlcr, bis associate instructor of his dancing school, will
be ill charge during Mr. Hepburn's
absence.
The harvesting operations in the
Palouse and neighboringcbuntry are
drawing to a close, with the result
that there isal present a big influx of
laboring men into Grand Forks lo
tako up railway construction work.
The local camps, as a consequence,
have improved their forces, both as
regards quantity and quality of men.
Big reduction in price of ready to
wear hats in ordor to make room for
new stock of goods, MissM. E. Webb,
milliner, Brldgo and Second streels.
The ITewclls, who will be ut the
Biden Oporn bouse on Oct. 3 and I,
comprise Mr. and Mrs. Ilewell and
May and Kdwlnn llewclt. The
unanimous verdict of the press and
publio is dial their enlerlaimiienl i-
Ihe best of its kind new on the road.
Sale of seals al Woodland's.
W. If. Covert, the rancher, is shipping prunes to the Northwest
A shipment of swell ready-to-wear
hats just received, Miss M. E, Webb,
milliner, Bridgoand Second streets.
And Will Soon Have Connection With Big Works
on   the  Hill.
From all indications, steel on the
Great Northern smelterspurwill soon
he laid to the Granby works. Tho
tracklaying machine has arrived in
the city, and bas been placed in
readiness to start stringing the rails.
Actual work on tho track-laying
began this morning, when a large
gang commencing operations from
the main line into the Grand Forks
depot, just this side of the bridge
over the Kettle river, and the work-
on that spur will be pushed on to
completion.
Fifty Italians, who will work on
tracklaying, arrived in the eity last
night from Spokane, and before the
present week is over a good section
will have been laid.
To meet this demand in the Great
Northern yard in this city every
available inch of trackage is nt present taken up with ilatOtvs loaded
with railroad ties, mils and bridge
timber.
-''Come
No. 3S2
No. 321.
the  Fields."
Harvest Thanksgiving.
Harvest thanksgiving services
will be held in Holy Trinity church,
Grand Forks, on Sunday next,
October 2.
11 a. in.--Matins and Holy Communion,
Processional     Hymn-
Thankf.il People, Come."
Venite—B. Aldrioh.
Te Dcuin — Loud—Beethoven.
Jubilate—Henley.
Hymn—''We Pray Tin
Kyrie Eleison—Gilbei
Gloria tibi—Short.
Hymn—"We Plough
No. 883,
Sermon,
Offertory—Anthem, "The Earth i-
the Lord's," Simper.
Sanctus    Camidge.
Agnus Dei—T. Adams.
Gloria in Excelsis—Old chant.
Recessional Hymn- "0 Lord of
Ileav'n." No. .'Kin.
7:31) P. M.—EVKVSONO,
Hymn—"Praise, o PraiseOur God
and King."  No. S81.
.Miixnili''al- .lac,lis.
Nunc Dlmittis    Ijiopci-.
Anthem- "The Earth isthoLords,"
Simper,
Hymn- "Wc Plougli the Fields."
No. 383,
Serin,,n.
Offertory   Doxology.
Vesper Hy —Ball.
Recessional Hymn "Ihe Day Thou
Savest." No. 177.
Rememhor the annual Harvest
Home supper, to be given in tho
brick block on Bridge sireet by tin
Indies of Knox church on Monday,
October 3rd.
At the meeting of the city council
last night the only business transacted wns the passing of the usual
weekly batch of accounts.
The Great Hewelt. America's
clever illusionist, will be at the
Biden opera house October 3 and 4.
lie produces a variety of acts skilfully handled/ among which may
be mentioned as tbe most startling
the disappearance of a grown person from the stage in full view of the
audience, nnd levilation, or asleep
ill mid-air, as the most beautiful
illusion over invented.
Fretl Kennedy, freight agentatthe
C.P.R. station iu this city, has returned from an extended vacation
trip through eastern Canada. Millinery  Goods
The largest and most carefully
selected stock of Full and Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand Forks has been opened up for the inspection of the
ladies of the city. The goods havo now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct stylos. Moderate prices, Inspect my goods before making
your fall purchases.   FASHIONABLE frRESSMAKING in connection.
cTVlISS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor, Bridge and Second Streets-
©It* Burning $tttf
I'tlBI.ISIIKO EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT UliAND FOHKS, B.C., BY
O. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES:
One year....$2.00 \ Three months.  .50
Six-months .. 1.00 \ One month 20
Advertising, rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone 55. BRAND fohks, h. c.
'iq.ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1904
With the coining entrance of railways into the North Fork nnd
Franklin camp territory, investors
are beginning to appreciate the ail
vantages of mining claims in that
district. A local mining man who
has several interests in that camp has
just received a liberal offer for part
of his holdings (here ; but being a
wise man, he has decided to hold his
property awhile longer, when actual
railway transportation will be a reality, antl be like tbe community in
general wili be benefitted greatly by
Ihe opening up of this truly marvelous district tributary to Grand Forks.
The Records
Rumors arc very numerous those
days regarding tho local railway antl
smelter situation. Thc very latest
places the control of the Granby
smelter in the hands of the Great
Northern railway, and at tbe same
time disinterestedly hands over the
electric power plants -at Cascade and
Bonnington Fulls to the Canadian
Pacific railway. Under these circumstances, whore one railway would
possess a smelter and insufficient
power, while the other controlled
nearly till the power and no smelter,
Grand Forks might experience a
short, slight slump, until the rival
interests came to an amicable understanding and divided those good
things. The ultimate outcome, however, lotus hope, would bo a now
power plant for the one concern and
nnewsiiielterfoi'tbootber. This would
nodoubtprove satisfactory to the contending parties, and certainly would
be bailed with delight by the common people in this highly-favored
section of our grand dominion.
VOU HAVE INDIGESTION
And conclude, of course, that the
stomach Is at fault. Ko it is, but there
ih a cause away back of the stomach
that must be reached before the stomach can lie made to do its work. Tho
cause is nerve disturbance or nerve
debility. First get the nerves In shape
and then the stomach will bo right
nlso. Ferrozone has accomplished this
for thousands of people whoso digestion was completely gone. Ferrozone
is food for the nerves and works
Wonders in stomach trouble. When
digestion, appetite und assimilation
tiro faulty just try Ferrozone. It cures
thoroughly. Price 50c. H. K Woodland, druggist;
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, eto.',
recorded in the Government oHicont
Grand Forks, B. C., of the Grand
Forks mining division, from September 1-lth to 21st inclusive:
RECORD; OF LOCATIONS,
Miners' Home, Pass crock, relocation of Orphans' Home, 1). IC,
McElmon,
Four Hundred, Pass Crock camp,
relocation of Oltl Maid, Laiighlan
McLeod.
Eureka No, 2, South Wellington
camp, Thomas G. Edwards and Win;
E. George.
Negaunee, Franklin camp, llalgir
Hansen.
oerTiioates of work.
Monitor, near (irand Forks,
Thorien et al.
Rattler, near Grand Porks, Richard Therien.
Humphrey Davey, Wellington
camp, 'L Colby; survey.
TRANSFERS,
Ottawa (all),Franklincanip, 'thus.
Newby to Arthur Chisholm.
Ottawi" (i), Franklin camp, A.
Chisholm to .James West.
Nakusp (1), Franklin camp, A.
Chisholm to James West.
No. 1 (all), Wellington camp, Geo.
L. Wolf to James II. Hodson.
No. 3 (all), Wellington cnnip,
Geo. L. Wolf to Jams H. Hudson.
Bamboo (all), Wellington camp,
Geo. L. Wolf to James H. Hodson.
DIZZY HEADACHES ARE CAUSED
Nine times out of ten by constipation, but ram be cured quickly by
Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mantlrako and
Butternut. For ronstipated headache
and liver complaint use only Dr. Ham
ilton's Pills. Price 25c. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
Baths 25 cents at the Palace Harboi
Shop.
IDEN OPERA HOUSE
Fashionable Fall nnd Winter Hats
nnd all kinds of Millinery at Mrs.
Cray's, Hoars block,Winnipeg avenue.
Dressmaking parlors in connection.
B
WED.ANDTHURS.
SEPTEMBER 28 & 29
STUART'S COMIC PLAYERS
SUPPORTING
JAMES   F. POST
The Great frish Comedian,
In the Oyolone Faroe-Coinedy,
U & I
Edison's Moving Pictures,
showing thi'
Great Train Uoliliery
and the
Russian-Japanese War,
Something Doing All tlio Time.
Its Success Uneijualof! in the
Annals of   Theatrical   Aistory,
PRICES   -   $1.00 AND 50c
Reserved Sent Tickets on Sale at
Woodland's Drug Store,
LADIES WANTED.
A Bniain Enei.'M'tio Woman—
woman's work. Eeriimnent position.
Old established business house of solid
financial standing. Salary SI2 to %\%
weekly, with*expense*, I'lii-leach Monday direct from head-pi iters. Expenses
a fvmiced. Wo furnish everything.
Address, -Secretary, GliO Motion Block,
Chicago, 111.
Heavy teaming of nil kinds done
by J. \V. Jones.
A Living Encyclopedia.
Jjyulph Stanley was nn Englishman ot
Mora Lowell said tin! lie "know tlimo
iineu ns many facts as any young man
vhntever hnd any business to know."
He had but one rival in tlint line:
I'ulgruve, who eampiled the "Golden
Treasury." Much in I crest sprang up
imong their friends when thc two went
'IT on a trip together.
"It's an even chffnce which will return
'live," Raid one ni:i". solemnly. When
hey did come hack. Palstave was pale,
■maciated, silent; but Stanley penned
•amoved, and more all-knowing than
■ver.
One night Ruckle, the author of "Tho
History of Civilization," was laying
lown the law on every subject, with a
nagniflccnt pompo-ity that made the
•able quake. At last, he put forth BOnif
-statement about the burning of a witch
md set the date a century out of tlte
way* Stanley, who was present, had
'lorne some preceding inaccuracies vorjj
■veil, with only a slight shaking of the
head nnd a reddening of the face
Suddenly nis self-control gave wy,
ind he leaped to his feet. Tie exlemljd
iia hand, and piped forth in a vigorous
reblc:—
"1 beg your pardr.n. but the lust wtt-jh
vas burned at BUch-and-shell a place. In
iich-uad-Riieh a year, under sueh-au.l
ti eh circumstances. And her name \yns
n-aml an. and yon will find all about it
I n book to wliieh I can easily refer
on. and which yon evidently don't
■-now,"
Torrents cf imp-i-joned knowledge wee
ihereupon ponrd 6-.: Ruckle's head, until
the hisferlan of chiliz-tioii s-\t wrathful,
■•vtinsul-ihed. mute. Mat a little later he
■nd !)}<* revenue. Some, one mentioned a
tew ilii llntuirv a1, s good one.
"It U/* snid pi'eklp. with solemnity,
'it is o-e of the few dictionaries I have
r-vul tliin'v.-b with pi"'sure."
Th>* intimiijlhn that be had read anv
lielio'-nry thrnu-rh for pleasure *p ■■■.*
fnni-.li d Hip -jue-ts that t-'ey furgOt hi*
oast i!i*euiufiture. in new awe.
True   Love,
An American lady has rlsttl to defend
ihe national dignity by asserting tha'
Iter countrywomen do not marry Bur©
jipiin noblemen for the-i titles alone. Tt
-■■■•in* that the Kurnpcnn is more skilled
in the art of making love, and the title*!
become only one of the many attrac
tion*? that endear him to tbe wealthy
heiresa. There is probably a good deal
lo lie said in favor of this point. In a
land where u man's aoelal status is al
most entirely governed hy his bank ae-
taunt, tin* universal grab for dollars oo
cupie*- all the ttyliiinble leisure of the
avera-'p Vankep, end lie hasn't the tim»
to waste on a mere girl who may refu.-n
him after two or three months' courting,
and a encrl.H'e of precious moments that
hiitfht have been used In besting a brother man uut of a quarter's salary.
Can it 8e2. --
The two Russian belles nre discuwlnj
their mutual fricmla.
"And there i- UosiekofT ])imitriske-
watc'niskebooliskeviti-h." . says tiie first
girl. "I think she is such a sweet thing!
And don't you think hei name is beautiful!"
"Oh, yes," concedes the second. "Hut
I have heard—now don't yon whispei
this to a soul—I have heard that hei
name isn't all her own."
"Merey!   What do you meant"
"It Is hin'.cd that she wears an artifl
cial skeviteh."
Kind fates preserve us! If the ladipi
in other parts of the world begin ampll
(ying their names as they do tlieir hair
we never shall know whether n lady it
really poseesied of '.he aristooratic cog
nomon engraved upon her cards, or %
limply a ulain Smith. .1 ernes or Krown
A Story of PiusX.
In Tombola an amusing story is toll
of the. present Pope and the iiimners
candles. A wealthy resident of Tombob
idled, and his funeral ceremonies wen
j the most elaborate ever known In tha
humble village. A great many mourner
were hired, whose olliee was to hear th.
lighted candlea beside the catafalque ii
tits progress to the cemetery. The can
dies were of the clearest wax and Im
monse In size, having been spectalli
brought from Venice for thc occasion
The like hnd never heen seen in Tombola
their sire exceeding even the largo candles on the church altar. During the sol
einn procession the Don Qtuseppe, now
Pius X., noted how often the candlpywer,
extinguished. He could not account fo.
it, as. the day was a still one. It-
watched nn old woman nearest to him
and saw her furtively blow out the can
die which her right arm could scare-
carry. "How did you come to put -hi'
that candle, Oiaccomn?" he queried
sternly, The crone turned a properU
sorrowful face to him, replying: "Mj
(cars have put tt out—they fell so fret*
ly." The excuse caught Don Giuseppe',
sense of humor. "Well," said lie. relight
Ing the fine taper, "see that your tear-
fall to the left of you nfter this." Th-
old woman's light hold out to the grave.
though no doubt It seemed a pity mil ti
save as much of the candle ns she coul/
upfl in hei home.
"You're next" nt the Palace Barber Shop.
See Donaldson's fruit hefore you
buy. He handles the best fruit
money will buy.
Nicely furnished rooms, with or
without board, at the Winnipeg botel.
WM. F. NEWTON
A KHKSII STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Crefeiim Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
LTCR   SALE
GOOD DRY
Delivered to any fl[J jjll O. 6,  P.
part of the eity    OtiuU per Cord.
Send in your orders
in advance, us wu are
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0,
COLUMBIA HOTEL
W     JONN PETERSON, PROP.
Finest brands of . . .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NEAR 0. I'. II. STATION,
Grand   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties und specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Hoses. A permanent
.situation, mid territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. ]Tandsomeout-
- fit free, Write for particulars and-send 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE & WELLINGTON,
Footimm- Nurseries;
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO!    -    -    -    ONTARIO
NELSON FAIR^
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS     BIG PREMIUM LIST
FINE GROUNDS       NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WHITE FOR PRIZE UST.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B. C.
Granby Hotel
mobt convenient-
ly Located Hotel
in tue City. . .  .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
.Bur Supplied witli tin'
Finest Bmiuls of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CJUARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,  WELL
FURNISHED   BOOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B, C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALU KINDS OF
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCH I'll,
Proprietor.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN,
ELECTRIC
FANS
IN   EVERY-
CORNER
n
=0. Daily" Arrivals
WANTED.
Special  Heimiesextative   in   this
county and  adjoining territories   to
represent'and advertise mi old estab-
. lislied business house!of ttulitl linancia]
of f-l.ROf*,'F<"RTP**«l  ''■'' 'mv'nf" '" nuwlomte quantities standing.    Salary  ?2l   weekly   with
y    X-JA>-V-"^J-'1N.i.JJ/O .u„| njultji,™ (|Ujc'; J.,,],,, ml|. gfoffo expenses, paid each Monday hv check j ♦
is always kept Iresli.   Our Prices, too, nroALL RIGHT, direct from lleadcjuijrtcrs.   Expenses S
udvan*ed; position permanent. We £
t'urnisli everythlngi Address. TIIK lo
COLUMBIA',  630 Monon  Building,
OOOO«»0 •«!« 0 0«*«'«»«««««(( c-OOO COO M5(<i«»«4»»i'H
T-TRTTTTT TATs?*n The tiino put up vour winter's sti| 	
i. IVUll   jrVLVO  p|_v   „-   j,.ms |,„s' mm. .lr|.iv(,,|     \\e: Chicago, 111.
All sizes.
Ofttry a large stock of jars
BOOTS AND SHOES ffi&^JB;
in these lines is complete.    It Willi pay you lo inspect our goods
before buying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P. R, Station,
R. C. MCCUTCHEON Dr   FOLLICK
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,(inn Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows;
Riverside   Avenue,
Opposite J. VV. Jones' Furniture Store.
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
For  Sale— South    AfHenri    War
Scrips,    Apply nttliis office.
For a nice Imir-eufr or shave #<> to
fcho City Hnrher Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 20c.
"The lies! is the ehenpest," i.« an
old trufoni, nnd it is more so with
Fruit then anything else. The hest
will always lip found nt Oonnldson's.
'Phone 27.
Ofijce over Hunter*
Kendrick Go. 'a Store,
GEO.   CHAPPLE
WATCH REPAIRING    practical plumber
Tu write ii good hand.
To keep h-n-l--.
To ».vi-t*-vii-i-".
To write sliinttiiiiiil.
nhv-iyn (tounre it i*;*.o.l i-osition.
THE BLAIR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Cntaloirue Pree. SPOKANE, WASH,
w
0
0
D
TheCity Wood Yard
- Is now ready to supply Tamarack and
Fir Wood in any
length.
FRANCIS & STONE.
Office:   Rutherford's Stable,
Second Street Phone 129
OJO»«M«M«o«M'OC'Mi,,M(.MCOO«tC«0«»40»**»»<.«»*
u
NOTICE
llegnlating and Adjusting a
Specialty./ Good work
promptly* done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler arid Optlcirjn,
IJKANn    FORK,  H. C.
I Pnrrv <i  Pnmnlotn  f inn   dny dlsitolvwl bv tiiiinu
... *    . .l'omlm u }'}UI   due the said  Rrm are ._.
I nil tut 1 im-rsliip
of Plumbing Speoitiltii
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
\OpPOSITJ POSTOFFICE
NOTtdB IK HEKr'BY GIVEN THAT TIIK
OO'PdrtuprsI ii) in'ret-ninr.. existing lic-
twoeu tin.un.Inrslenetl as hotelkeeperfi in the
I'm.ill,, iinti'l. r.ninil ",.-li«. 11 c , under tin.
I Slow .S HiiniiM. lull In-'ii t'.is
All ilelns
due the snid   linn are tn  Iv imld tci (:. V.
fnr In tin- linn are In l>t> nn'l liy Iii.
- n. V. M.tllliiY.
THUS. DONALD.
Witno.s:   I.. ]>. Mniuusos.
Dated thi. 12th dny nf Septembrr, MM.
nt,-.
NION HOTEL AND-MU51C HALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER---
Meals Served at All Hours. Finely Furnished
Ro'oms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
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 of lilankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., t« lie sold
nt greatly reduced prices. Sec our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
CIGAR STORE,
CALL NOW
And get  nipnsnml   for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
DESIRAuLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
UNDBH AXD HV VIKTUK (IF TIIK POWER
of S;il" enutttlne I inn eel lulu hTnrtfrttfre,
wllloli «ill I"' pi-odllned nt tin- tlnieuf snir.
there ivIlM v..elfnr inleliy
nt .the flourl   III.ii.i". Orninl   Forks,  nt   the
hour nl im*l lu the loronoi n
WHY GO EAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just as well take a delightful, eonl
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rooky Mountains in
i view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This yon ean do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic, Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, (lien-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
elose connections with all trains east
and west, and afford a choice of live
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the hest, in-
eluding free reclining chair cars.
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service, and also
personally conducted excursion cars,
eaeh in charge of n competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort  of  his guests.   No moreI&n "ilef ftiVrrtflTi^iicoo'rdiiiifyoSoiJtweiTt"
Auction Sale.
Riverside Avenue
9
Grand  Forks
PUBLIC AUCTION
iii"   House, (it-ami   Porks,
:> in t)n> foronomi on
SATURDAY, 1st OiTOHEK, 1004, ]
tiie follow!lift ilf-s1ritl>l-' residence property :
in Brand I'tu-liH, iiuinHy:
Lut Number Thrae, lu  llionk  five,  Ptan
Plfiy-lwo.
On tin- property la said to be u wHI-l-uilt
mul t'otom'iillo- s dwelling I onse-
P"or tonus Ulid oQli'Hti'ilm hi>i>I,v tn
CI.IMKXT A SPKNOIC,
lljrliM. NI...-I-. Grand Lorkr,     |
S'tlii-iT'ir- fur Mort-jriitrce**.
Dntpd Soptember 10th, IlKH.
Commercial
Mortgage Sale.
UNIH-:U AM) HY VTHTUK OF THK POWER
of Sal "     " -
Wc Imvi' nil the latest styles and
can k'lmninti-o yuu safcisfartidii,
and ourprieoa arc right. See ua
before ordering elsewhere.
W. II. DINSMORE,
MBII('M-\NT TAlLUll,
CWANI> ^ORUB. B. C
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate IVimsylvaiiia College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Oflico in Megaw Block.
Sale ooi titiiii'il tn ti certain MortiraKB,
wliirli win Uc priMtifoilal time ofSale,there   9 f 1
will Iwi.ireri'il fnr Mile b> [>ul-||<* Aiii-.l-.i-, by , S^9
Potor T. MnCallum, Auctioneer  ■ JgZm
SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY DF OCT., 1904, fp
Court House Grand Forks, that  proiiorty ^*^
Itnateil in tiie City „t iii ,1 km Us, and VtV
I  nf   Lot   Niimli..r Two, i,.   Hlook rl I
     .. fourteen.i trdltijcto MaijTwenty- IJ. 1
pleasant mul lnexpenniv- ans ol **5i^%^p0Jrtvi«';aid.oi>6«,8.w0»tor. IKS
crossing the continent can bo found iiuiidinn commoni*- known a. tin. wine
than is prodded by   tlicso  oxour- HFoJ0'tarms linii 0 H-iuni  ij to tb.
Anutinllui'r. or tn
II Viii.irr<ir..i-.T„, to,Ont.   V**-J5
Dated tlii. 12 I, ilu.v olSe Uraltei ,1804,
Printing
i
8
sums.
For additional details address-s-J.
D. Mansfield, Gen. Atft;, RioGrando
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, 1'urt-
kiiul, Oro.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for tho ( hicajo,
Milwaukee A St. Paul Kuilwuv k'niwn
nil over tho Uniun us tho greal mil
way running the "Pioneer Limite!'
trains overy day and night betwecnSt
I'anl and Chicago, and Omaha un-i
Ghcogo. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand; Connections are nun!.) with All TiunHCoriti
nenlal T.ines, assuring to passenger
the best service   known.    Luxurious
nineties, elrelne llght-H, slrnm heal,   o!
a verity oqualed by no othor line.
See that your ticket rends via "The
Milwaukee' when going to any  point
in tho United States or Canticlai   All
ticket agents sell thoiji.
For, rates,, pamphlets or   other   in-
Phone 138.        Grand Forks, li. C, formation, address
  l{. l. poim, ll. s. Howe.
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Ore.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
KNOX   I'KI-.SIll TKieiAN   CHUBGH, Qrmid
i    I'm lis  .1.   R.   Roberts    U.A.,   imstiir.
Serviees every Sunday at 11 u.ln. urn VlSO.p,
ni, | Sunday Huliooi nml Uilili- ilu^. :t u.m.:
We.tiulinter Qttlld of 0.  B., Tiumiliiy, 8
u.ln.
HIRST METHODIST CHURCH   Cornel Main
tirtTOrPC! 1XT A'DTTTUTA   fir o , M     ,\V1\       mill  I'lttli Mth.    .1. P. Hi'tts, i.astnr. Si'rvici.s
.SMHUb WASHED Cl.l'.AN   AM)    overy aundnji ot li n.ra. uml   i.» p.ra.t
NICE   AND   IRONED   HY ola»»meetingut.olojo,-rfn:
MACIIINIOHY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AND
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Sunday 'mTiooV iiihI Ilil.l.- alaiuat II |i. rn.l
prayer nieettiuj every Thursday GVetiltiK
ut » o'oloolt. Hn' pubfloli cordially Invite"
lim.V 'IIIIMTV(.'IIL'lti'll(Cliuri.|i ol Hi,,..
Ininl), Gruuil ffork., Henry Steelo, vlonr-
Holy Contlllttuloti, i a. in.: ntortllnir iirnyor
aud se I uu in. 11 a. in.; Sunday rtrliool, :l n.,,,,;
QVetUtong mulsi'I'iikiii, ttbtl p. in. All ure
1'iii'iiiiiih Invited,
rjt
SUNRHAI. ACT.
CERTIFICATE    CF    IMPROVEMENTS.
"Klt;'^:^1":'i'T!u V.i.'-i.ffiie,! \u,
Whorn Inootedl   In Unrnt lliuln. tyt.%
8
0
■■ ;i-.'i" "v.iitVir...' r.^y." ,viVi,..r'i "<i'Viiti.-i«i.-" s.;>: i S^j'S     -,■- .--    *~„ ^-^ r*r* t?!*"?
lilillif | We Sun Office §
Ami further take nolli'otliat »otl_»,	
Seotl i- ' lie i i .1 before i
Inuiliu f.ui.|it'ortlllru f I >i-	
im,1.1 ii,i. i.ii.ir.ii layulJuljvA.ll uml.
Ki.NNi.Tii I. IIIK.VKT. P.I..S
TRANSFER CFJOTEL LICENSE.       mtXySSOSOXSk^^£^3^f£|
m ti,	
In mill tin Hi. Tin iilllrund Forks,
NUI I   I'.   I,   I by   given  Hun   t n,l if
■Istnoil Mill, at ll xt imelliur  .f the
lliniiil nf  Mueusluif Cotumlnionerf fo/. tin.
Oity nf  Grand I'orks, apply tor u Transfer
uf tlm Hotel l.lw ■ irratited In rest	
the "IVfnnlpeB," « Im n«< .veitre. Oraid
K.irkH, from  to i,iiil Larfui,.
Dated at Uruud iorlis.ll.Ji, Hit. 8th dny uf
August; tu,'. V
S iiCiUN.IACItKO*
RRAND I'OUKS FEDERAL I.A-
bor   Union   Nn.   281, A.D.TJ.-
M.t;uts    evtii'v    Wt'ilneatlay    r\i'iiiiii
ut « b'flfocli in   Ft' loral   Union   Im
|i\\ Kiii.i.v, Pros.
•Iah. A. II vt:iti>. Sue.
W. It. I', OLBltK
JIUIS  11. ttHRIICI
ttisT«spnax
•v. BurrlMtei
Niiiii
Hlduii llloek, i.-irm*
h, HoHoltor«,
if-.      IfitO
W'lllllllM-M   AVQH
GUAM* i"i;i.-. II. c.
*»RIDER AGENTS WANTED
In each town to tako orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicyeles.
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete, $8.75
" Cossaclf," Guarnnuud Ills-h Grade $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
"NeudOPt," Kbaa Ilacer $14.75
no bettor bloyolQ at any prieo.
Any other moke or model yon want ut one-third
U8Uaf price. Choieo of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles*  Strongest guarantee.
We SHIP OH APPROVAL 0. O. D. to any one
tefl'iottf a cent deposit and allow |0 DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purobaae is l.indiiir.
500 Second Hand Wheels *Q ,. *>(J
Inlu-n In tradp by nnr Clilrntro rrliiil ItotOS, Uf*) 10 wfj
nil m&HOfl mill modi'ls, trniwl ns new    *
nfl UnT DIIV o IjlWSle qptlj roil linvn urllon for oi
       UU NUI   DUI   FAC70RY PRICES ANU HtEE 1»1AL OVFtl .
Tires, rtliiipmenl, sundries nml sth.i i in.- ri.nl. of all 1. lulls, at Imlf rifuliir prlCi
ll] uurbiu tree sunilry ralnloq. (i into Ins a world pf useful lnfi.nur.liun. Wrili- fur I..
J. L ®m CYCLE CO., Chicago, 111. Wednesday, October 5th
WILL BE
BRITISH COLti!
AT THE
Spokane Interstate Fair
Railroad Tickets can be purchased at ONE PARE FOR
TUK HOUND TRIP on Tuesday, Oct. 4th, good returning
until Oct. 10th.
Band Concert by Fifth Regiment Royal llritish Artillery
Band of Victoria, B. C.    -—
Big Vaudeville Program ill Front nf Grand Stand.
Six Exciting Races, $2,500 in Purses.
Send for Race Program,
ROBT. II. COSGROVE, Sec. and .Mgr.
SPOKANE, WASH,
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary .mines for 1000, 1001, 1003,
11)03, lilO-1, siml for the (last week:
1000 1001. 1002. 100,1 1004    Paul Week
  64,533 281,762 800,858 303,181 400,070     11,370
       207 1,721 20,S00 74,212        	
Mother l,inle, Deadwood    5,3-10 00,034 141,3211 188,070 132,736
Sunset, Deadwood   S04 7,455 15,731         	
Min'risim. I)end\v 1  150          ■   8,380        	
B. C. Jlinc, Summit •>,  10,404 47,405 14,811 10,3(15
Kin,     (Iriinhv Mines,I'linenix....
xs*/    Siiows'l   I'lioenix	
8,616
W.K.C.MANLYf
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings ========
!The first consignment of a  ■-,        , % /-»«
lWand up-to-date atook of bOOTS aHCI bllOeS
Just Received.
PHONE 6
;T\
BRIDGE STREET
 s)
Pacific Hotel
C. V. SLOGdY. Mnnn«er
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, opposite o. lyt. station,
Liquors and Cigars, GRAND FORKS, II. C.
FIRST-CLASS INK VICKY
llKSPKCT.
SA.Ml'l.lS ROOMS FOB
commercial
TRAVELLERS
>\        A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
y^\
Supplies
Also.
KODAKS
Developing   |
and
Printig
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13                     FIRST STREI
•T                    ^v
N. D. McINTOSH
1--1KST   BTREBT, (lltANO   FORKB
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Hook Prices. Largest Variety nf
Goods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought ami Sold.   Call and Inspect My Goods,   A Great Variety
of Now Articles Constantly Kepi in Stuck.
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOR BARGAINS
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
direful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Kniiiin. Summit.
Senator, .summit Camp	
Oro De ii, Summit Camp	
Brcy Fugle, Summit Camp	
No, :!". Summit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington .-.    1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,260
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central  -.	
City of Purls, Central    2,000
.lewel. LongLake        1(10
Providence, Providence	
lClkboni, Greenwood	
15. P. 1". and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous     3,380
650      8,530    22,087     26,368      1,188
1,010
650
(ilio
786
625
482
868
15,537
2,435
5,li4(i
1,768
15,731
232
:i.vi
2,968
2,175
211)
903
'400
1(17
621
305
22(1
6,861
Total, tons  99,730   390,000   507,516   684,426   582,699     1(1,240
'irnnhy Smelter treated   62,387   230,828   312.340. •401,021    483,044     11,622
^fymp^-m-m^
r-
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CONSUMPTION IS SCOURGING CANADA
Year by year tie White Plage
steadily gains headway, and why? Boca-use cart'less poo] It? lot their cot is
run into catarrh, which in turn becomes consumption. Victims of catarrh needn't be discouraged, fur fragrant, healing Catarrhozone perma-
nently cures every typo of catarrh.
The soothing vapor ol Catarrhozone
immediately kills the germs that cause
catarrh und prevents them from again
entering tin* system. Relief will be
quick, cure will be certain, absolute
freedom from any trace of catarrh follows the use of Catarrhozone. It is a
scientific remedy warranted to cure
lung trouble, bronchitis and catarrh.
Cure guaranteed with two montns'
treatment. Price 81.00; Sample size
25c.   H. E. Woodland, druggist.
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked,     UUl
American Hev	
Ben-Hur .'	
Black Tail	
Canadian Cold  Fields
(.'aribno|(Mel\.)ex-div.
Centre .Star ,	
Denoro Mines	
Fairview	
Fisher Maiden	
Giant	
Granby Consolidated. $4,
Morning Glory	
Mountain   Lion.	
North Star(E, K.)...
Payne	
Quilp	
mbler-Caribob	
San Poil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb..,,,,,	
War Eagle Con	
Waterloo (assess. ]«!).
White Bear "     " .,
$3.50
K)
20
1
10   j
I
3
rXiSSKKj
...THE..
Grand Forks Sun
SLIGHT RPRAINS GROW WORSE
Unless promptly treated, The great
strength of  Nerviline enables   it to
quickly cure all manner of sprains and
strains.   "1 sprained niv wrist.''writes
Leonard   15.   Milfowl "of   Rockland,
"while working in the mil] hut had li>
lay   nil; il became   sn  painful   and
swelled.  I rubbed my wrist thoroughly with Nerviline twice a day anil put
on a bandage.   The pain  soon went j
away t n i fraqi out rubbing with Ni
viline  Minn rureil.    Nerviline is  un t
doubtedly  an excellent 1 n'nient and
the   best   pain  reliever I over used." .
Nerviline   certainly   is   extra   good
Price 26o.  II. 10. Woodland, druggist. I
l'he question: What will we have'
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson ami get sumo Hazelwood
iee cream.   Phone 64.
Now is the time tn bring in your
bicycle and get it repaired and put in
shape for the.jvheeling season. Geo.
Ciiai'im.k, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
Coming Events
Nelson Fair, September 28th  and
29th.
Spokane  Interstate Fair, October
.'! to !).
Provincial    Exhibition,    Vitooria,
September 27th to October 1st.
Toronto Weekly
flail   and
Empire
iioh
$2.10
per year
Trial Trip subscriptions for
The Weekly Mail unit Empire,
to he mailed to any address
in Canada, Great Britain or
the United States, up to Jan.
I, 1905, can now lie made at
thisollice fnr 15 cent. Trial
trip subscriptions from Nov.
1 to Jan. 1 will  he   10 cents.
New subscribers to Tin: Sun
and Weekly Mail and Empire
from present date will he entitled lo receive both papers
until Jan. 1, 1906, fnr Si'.IO.
All yearly subscriptions will
receive either the "Victoria
Cross" autogravuro or the new
"Alius of Canada and the
Continents nf Ihe World,"
which will he published by
.Messrs. Rand Si McNidly
especially for the Mail unit
Umpire.
The atlas will contain the lilt
est maps nf the world, Dominion nf Canada and the provinces, Asia, Africa, United
States antl South America,
with marginal index. The
largo maps are 22x1' inches in
size and printed on lino calendered paper, Price per copy 60
cents. At regular rates the
two papers and atlas would
cost as follows:
Suu, balance of year ,*.    ,50
"    fur 1906...     2.(11)
Weekly, fnr balance nf year      ,25
"   ' for 1906      1.00
Atlas 60
Toronto Daily
News
SI.:
ALL FOB 83.10.
Can you heat it 1
$2.25
per year
A radical change from old
methods and prices hns been
made by the Toronto Daily
News. The eyes of ihe ncivs-
pvper world hnve been upon
Tbe News for the past vein-,
during which lime several
departures Imve been niiide
which have given thnt paper
u widespread reputation foi'Oll-
terprise and originality. This
Into, t move is to place The
News nt the price of SI.(II)
n year by mail. Onlyadeep-
fiiunded belief in the future
success of The News could
lead the publishers to mnke
such a reduction in price.
But just ns the dollar magazine has Ulkcn hold ul the
people, so, we venture tn predict, The News will secure
:i vast uml evei-iiici-eiisini*
ciicul t ui. based not only o t
Ihe popular price   at   which
it is sold, hut mainly upon
the mi r'.nsic merits ol the
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