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Fourth Year.—No. 7
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, November 22, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
British Columbia   Sends a
Solid Liberal Delegation
to Ottawa
i limbic, I ly do a thriving basinet"--, i s
he deserves to do.    Hn will leave in
few days for Nelson  and Spokane
to purchase a complete stock of holi
day.
Socialist Candidates in Both
Constituencies Lose
Their Deposit.
Returns received up to a late hour
tonight assure the eleetion of Duncan Koss as member for Yale-Cariboo in the Dominion house by a
good majority. The vote, as far as
received, is as follows:
Ross. Burrell Mills
(Irand Forks 139 199      42
Greenwood 126 78     116
Phoenix  43 53     116
Midway  32 28        3
Kholt."   30 17       17
Cascade   14 8         6
Vernon 140 127       10
Kamloops 204 207       14
Nicola Lake  22 11
Stump Lake  10 8
Lower Nicola  17 8
Deadwood .'18 5       10
Alexandria    4 3        9
Barkerville  39 26        5
Quesnelle  23 27        3
Coulle  10 7
Quilchcna  18 6
Harper's Camp     8 7
150-Mile Point  31 10
Lillooet  20 33
Quesnello Forks ...   2 7
Savona  13 11
Spence's Bridge.... 11 9        9
Notch Hill  16 1        5
Campbell Creek    6 2
Canoe Creek       6 7
Endcrby  24 30
Stanley  21 23
Soda Creek    3 12
Bonparte  10 13
Lytton  18 26
Hope    8 8       ..
North Bend  15 7
Camp 16    7 1        1
Keefer    3 ...         1
Pachalqua     4 6
134-Mile House...   6 7
North River E  12 9
Laclalincha    9 6
Tbe latest report gives Rom a lead
of 126 over Burrell.
In Kootenay, W. A. Galliher is
elected by a big majority.
The Socialist candidates in both
Yale-Cariboo and Kootenay lose
their deposits.
TOPICS OFTHE TOWN
Wait for the Japanese Nightingale.
I'ax'I'on-MiDo.nai.d—Joseph Pax.
ton and Miss Jessie McDonald were
married at Greenwood last Saturday,
Rev. Father Bedard performing the
ceremony. Mr. Paxton is bookkeeper for Fred Starkey & Co., Nelson, and the bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). McDonald, of
this city. Both are very popular,
and their many friends wish them
a happy and prosperous life. The
newly married couple will shortly
take up their residence in Nelson.
Wallace Chalmers, who was employed at the Granby smelter up to
last spring, when he had the misfortune to lose an arm by the little
crane passing over it, laBt Saturday
purchased the Palm fruit and confectionery store, corner Bridge and
First streets, from Wm. F. Newton.
Mr. Chalmers is very popular with
tho smelter people, as well as with
the  general  public, and  will un-
W. H. Itter & Co.'o store now
presents the' appearance of a big
metropolitan bazar. They now have
tbe largest stock of Christinas goods
ever brought to the Boundary, and
more are arriving daily.
Mrs. J. H. Hodson and son are at
Halcyon Hot Springs for the benefit
ofthe hitter's health, who is suffering
front a severe attack of whooping
cough. They expect to return home
next Saturday.
All applications for out of town
hotel licenses should have been in
before November 15th. So far only
two have been received by License
Commissioner Dinsmore, although
due notice has been given all. The
license commissioners will meet at
the government offices in this city
on December 16 to transact business.
■ Frank Nibbling, an old smelter
employee, who left Gaand Forks last
spring for the East Kootenay placer
fields, returned to the city yesterday to vote for Duncan Ross and
prosperity, and also to visit old
friends for a few days. He has a
couple of placer claims near Wancta,
and will put in the winter months
endeavoring to iraah out nuggets.
Our stock of jewelry is brimming
over with new and beautiful things
that are worth a visit to see. Everything the worthiest of its kind and
marked with a moderate price. A.
D. Morrison.
Recent arrivals at the Yale: A.
Miller, Greenwood; Alex McQueen,
Nelson; Robert M. H. Hood, Nelson; C. A. Crosbie and wife, Vancouver; T. A. Mitchell and wife,
Spokane.
The manager of Jhe News-Gazette
weathered last week without being
called a liar by the editors pro tern.
This fact was such a novelty to him
that he threw a few ink blotches at
The Sun. Ho is evidently yearning for another publication of bis
secret correspondence.
Tbe snielterinen came down tbe
hill in relays today to exercise their
franchise, every voting employee being allowed a couple of hours off duty
for that purpose.
A week or so ngo, when the campaign was at fever heat, Tbe Sun
make tbe statement tbat thc postal
service in this city was faulty, and-
that mail matter was allowed to lay
in the pouches over night without
being distributed in the boxes. Owing to a rush of other work at the
time, the item crept into print without being given due consideration.
We bad intended to register a kick
against the bad service in tbe Boundary owing to the irregularity of
trains, and not to make any specific
charges. The postal regulations do
not require the postmaster in this
city to.be at the office after 6:30 p.
m.; but frequently when trains are
delayed he conies down considerable
after that hour and distributes the
mail, as an accommodation to the
public. The Sun makes this correction without solicitation.
Aid. M. S. Martin Will Construct   Eighteen  Great
Northern Buildings
In This City, Fourth of July
and  Phoeni <   During
Present Winter
Alderman S. M. Martin, the well
known builder and contractor of this
city, yesterday was awarded the subcontract from Porter Brothers to
erect all the buildings, including the
various section houses, stations and
freight sheds in this city, Fourth of
July creek and Phoenix, on the
Grand Forks and Phoenix branch of
the Great Northern railway, construction work on which is now nearing completion. The contract calls
for the erection of eighteen different
buildings, the largest of which will
be the station at Phoenix, the dimensions of which will be 35x76 feet.
There will be but a small amount of
work needed on the company's de-
pot property in Grand Forks, as all
the necessary buildings were put up
when the passenger trains over the
Great Northern first ran into this
city. Air. Martin's contract will ex
tend throughout the winter, and his
staff will comprise seven or eight
men, who are all well-known and
able carpenters of this city.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
C. L. Baker, lately of Nelson, hut
for several years a resident of Grand
Forks, has just gone back to Morris-
burg, Ont., for a three months' visit
with his relatives.
Angus and Peter Langford, formerly well-known snielternieii here,
wore in Grand Forks on Saturday
on tbe sad errand of attending their
father's funeral.
A. L. Clements, C. P. R. station
agent at this point, returned lust
Saturday from a two weeks' vacation
trip to the coast.
The first heavy snow of the season
reached Phoenix ou Saturday, when
several inches fell. So far the snow
'has not inconvenienced the Great
Northern construction work, hut the
contractors will have their troubles
getting tbe rails laid into Phoenix
by the first of the year.
A. G. Dahl, of this city, has gone
to Orient, Wash., to engage in the
saloon business. He is now busy remodelling the Wilson building, and
expects to have the saloon open to
patrons in a few days, and will remove his family there as soon as he
can secure a residence.
Beginning Saturday, November
19th, W. II. Itter & Co. will serve
tea to tbe ladies from 2 till S p.m.
Ernest Mills, the Socialist candidate, didn't add any strength to his
small following in Grand Forks by
his foolish ttUicks upon our judiciary. Such tactics are foreign to
Canadian political campaigns, and is
but one more proof  that Socialism
for many, many years to conic will fl
find no  recognized position among
the institutions of Canada.
Al Traunweiser, who during the
past two years has been lessee of the
Yale hotel in this city, last week
purchased outright that building as
well as the Black Hawk livery stable,
just across thc river from the Yale,
from the former owners, the Eastern
Townships bank, the purchase price
being in thc neighborhood of $20,-
000. The hotel is one of the largest
iu the interior of this province, containing over 100 furnished rooms
and four or five stores on the ground
floor. Mr. Traunweiser will conduct
the hotel business, as in the past,
while the livery stable, which has
been vacant for the past two years,
will be conducted by James McArdle,
who has just purchased the Model
livery business from Frank Royer.
Happy is the bride that^the sun
shines upon, says the old proverb,
and the same may be said of tho
candidates who aro rustling for votes
during this beautiful day ; but the
moonlight will be in its splendor to-
nigt.t before thc successful one will
he known.
Tho weather conditions were perfect today for the election, and while
tho Liberals do not claim any credit
for that state of affairs, they would
probably be held responsible if the
weather had been inclement.
The Greenwood Times is surprised
that the Union label does not appear on the political literature circulated by the Socialists in this local
campaign. It surely must have been
an oversight.
Taylor & Fisher, the loeal contractors, have completed the work of
building the wagon road to the Betts
it HesperoUB mine on Hardy mountain. They have now taken a contract of some importance on the
Manly ranch. When this work is
done they will commence hauling
the mining machinery to the Shonee
mine, between Danville and Curlew.
George Fraser, M.P.P., was up in
Phoenix on Friday on business.
James Madden, a Granby smelter
employee, had his shoulder broken
one day last week from being struck
by a bucket suspended from the big
traveling crane in tbe converter
building.
The Great Northern railway are
now at work raising the twelve cars
of steel rails which went over an
embankment near Coryell's ranch as
a result of the runaway construction
train a week ago Sunday. The cars
are almost a total loss, and the rails
are badly damaged,
Larger quarters have been secured
for the Boys' Brigade, which has increased greatly of late, the board of
school trustees having given them
permission to use the old school-
bouse building, near Trinity church.
Tbe LcdicB of the Maccabees will
give tbeir regular monthly social
lance in Eagles' hall, First street,
next Thursday evening. Good music
will be provided. Tickets, 50 cents.
Everybody invited.
Accepts a  Proposal  From
Taylor &. Fisher, Contractors,
Whereby Purer Ice and a
Rink Are Assured the
Citizens.
Tho regular weekly meeting of the
city council was held in the council
chamber last night. Mayor Hammar, Aid. Feeney, Hutton, McCallum,Martin and McNee were present.
With thc exception of passing the
regular weekly batch of accounts,
but little business was transacted.
Taylor & Fisher, the contractors,
were present and made a proposition to the council, offering to thoroughly drain and clean away all the
rubbish from McCallum's slough,
and then redam it, providing the
council would grant them thc exclusive privilege of cutting ice there tbis
winter. Messrs. Taylor & Fisher will
drain off all tho water and draw away
all the vegetable growth, stumps and
water-soaked logs, which have heretofore choked up the slough [and
contaminated the water. This will
give tho people of Grand Forks a
supply of pure ice next summer, ns
tho water comes from a spring. The
request was granted by the council.
It is the intention of Messrs. Taylor & Fisher to erect an open-air
skating rink on tbe lower end ofthe
slough this winter, which will bo
good news to the skaters, as it will
be much more convenient than its
former location, further up.
After the largo number of dramatic companies which have lately appeared here, tho past week seemed
rather long without an entertainment of some sort to break the usual
dreary monotony of the city doings.
MINING NEWS.
Work on the tramway of the Rawhide is being pushed ns fast as possible, the now spur and ore bins being practically ready for business.
The Montreal and Boston consolidated will Install a 30-drill compressor for the Brooklyn nml Stein-
windcr, and expect to have the work
finished by December 1st.
About 120 men nre now employed
at thc Brooklyn, Steinwindcr and
Rawhide mines in Phoenix camp.
The Dominion Copper eompany is
shipping ore from tbe Brooklyn and
Stemwinder dumps to Trail smelter.
A car of ore is ready to be shipped from the Silver Cloud mine.
Both furnaces of the Mother Lode
smelter are again at work after being
idle a couple of days for repairs.
The Lucille Dreyfus mine, near
Danville, has resumed operations
with a force of twelve men, and is
now shipping oro to thc Granby
smelter. The property is situated
about six miles from tbe smelter. ? ? ?
Questions and
Answers
Who?
WHO urc Hit- largest purchasers (if
jewelry?
AN6W BB PeeiJle having moderate ln-
■•(imi-'i, Imt who are dossais*] of ■•ul-
t urn mid good taste. They are neither
rich   nor   pour, Imi   are thrifty uml
well-to do.
What ?
WHAT kind of Jewelry do they want?
ANStt KH-Thi-y Want arlinti-* and
genuine Raoda (it prices within thwir
refloh. TIihsp ^<iods must Im really
"hlgli cIiish" iu deBign, execution nnd
finish.
Where ?
WHERE can such desirable jewelry he
obtained?
ANSWKK   We nre Hpeclnlists in   this
lino.  Our Gold Jewelry is just what
in wanted.   Also  Silver, Khony, Gun
Metal) eto.
A. D. MORRISON
Juwoleronrl Optleinn,
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Six-months.. 1.00 I One month 20
Advertising rales furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 aiulfi C'ls. per line.
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1904
It's possihle local Conservatives
have it figured out this way : That
if they can elect Mr. Burrell he wi
be in a position whore he couldn't if
he would do this riding any good in
the Dominion parliament, nor would
not il he could do it any harm. But
the people want a representative
there who can get busy and secure
good results.
It's the silent vote which usually
elects. And ns a silent man is generally a thinking one, it is readily seen
there is wisdom in electing as their
representative at Ottawa a Liberal
who will have many opportunities
during thc next five years for "doing
something for his country."
Thursday is Thanksgiving Day
for the American people, While we
have no claim upon the day, it wil
come very handy to celebrate the return of Ross and thc Solid Seven for
British Colombia in the Dominion
parliament.
It is announced that Senator Tom
pieman will be appointed lieutenant
governor of British Columbia on the
expiration of the term of the present
incumbent, Sir Henri July.
Now that the elections   are   nil
over, there is no reason why biisini
should  not soon   be taking on its
regular holiday appearance.
Anyhow, it will bea clean election
in this riding, for both candidates
have announced that tbey will make
a clean sweep.
It is sad to learn that so early iu
tho season thc Christmas tree crop
back East is beginning to run short
Tbe wintry winds will shortly roar;
get out your sign : "Please shut
that door."
The Records
Follow ing are the locations.. c ir-
tificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in thc Government ofRceni
Grand Forks, li. ('., of the Grand
Forks mining division, from Npven -
Mr 10th to 16th inclusive:
RECORD OF LOCATIONS
No. 14, Summit camp, Ida Kerby.
No. 16, Summit camp, Forbes M.
Kerby.   *
No. Ki, Summit camp, Forbes M.
Kerby.
No. 17, fraction, Summit camp,
Ida Kerby.
Nn. 1!), Summit camp, Forbis M.
Kerby.
.\o. 21, fraction, Summit camp,
Forbes M. Kerby.
ClSItTIJiCATES OF WORK.
Empress, Burnt Basin, Mary
Blockberger.
--Silver Knott,  Seattle camp,  Ella
Clark.
TRANSFERS.
All interest in Iron Chief fraction,
D. E. Larcva to co-owners.
All interest in Golden Age, Franklin camp, Robert Lockhart to co-
owners.
FOOLS USE WASHES AND SNUFfS
Thinking perhaps they will euro
catarrh—hut no one ever heard of a
genuine cure following such sen seless
treatment?!, There is but one prompt
and thorough cure for catarrh, and it
is fragrant, healing GatatThozone,
which goes right to the rout of the
trouble. It destroys the germs, heals
the inilnmed membranes and euros any
case no matter how obstinate or long
standing. "I experimented for.-years
with catarrh remedies but found Catarrhozone the most rational and satisfactory," writes W. J. MncKaehern
of Waterville. "It cured me for all
time." For a sure cure use only Catarrhozone. ComdleteoutfitSl.OO; trial
size 2i)c. H.E, Woodland, druggist.
Great reduction in Fall and Winter
lints and all kinds of Millinery Guilds
from now until the end of the season
at Mrs. Gray's, Sears block,Winnipeg
avenue. Dressmaking parlors in connection.
Heavy teaming of all Uinde   done
by J. W. Jones.
Claims and Accomplishments—
We do more than just promise you
good printing—wc do the printing
that's up to our promises. Any olliee
cub can promise—we execute. No
disappointment—if we promise work
on a date, it's done at that time.
Wiil Have to Haul Water
This past summer and fall thc
Canadian Pacific railway lias had
a great deal of trouble getting water
enough conveniently to supply the
engines in the district of the ore
hauls, most of the ordinary supplies
having failed entirely. Asa consequence the company has been hauling water for some months from
(ireenwood to Eholt. Now, however, it is proposed to take steps that
will prevent any shortage in the future. The proposition is to tap Loon
or Bear lake, in Summit eamp, and
bring the water to the large tank at
Eholt from two or three miles. If a
tunnel is built it will cost 61o,000,
the alternate plan being to ditch or
Hume the water three miles or more.
PNEUMONIA IS PILLING THE HOSPITALS
Every day we hear of some ono being tnken witli pneumonia. The only
preventative is tn gel Btrong and keep
your body healthy, Tako Ferrozone,
which makes the rich, red kind of
blood that nourishes and stimulates
the entire system. "I wits all run down
and an apt subject for pheum&tila,"
writes A. B. Charters of Burlington,
"when I tried Ferrozone. I didn't believe it was possible for Ferrozone to
build me up so quickly. In a few davs
my appetite improved, color come into
my cheeks antl I felt stronger. I gained eight pounds and regained my old
time vigor through using Ferrozone,
Try Ferrozone, it assures health. Price
50o.  II. I'i. Woodland, druggist.
As the Liberal candidate in this
electoral district, I respectfully solicit
your votes and influence.
Xo attempt will be made to discuss
the general issues of the campaign in
this address. .Since receiving the Lib
eral nomination in January last, I
have visited many jmrts of the riding
and made myself thoroughly acquainted with its requirements. This work
will be continued until election day,
butowingto the large extent of ter
ritory to- be covered, it is a physical
impossibility to visit all sections or
personally interview all the ejectors
I therefore ayail myself of this oppor*-
tunity to ask for your suffrage.
Permit me to direct your attention
to some matters *>f local importance.
Yale-Cariboo fully warrants the expenditure of public money in its development. The government has already
dom> much in tins 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 Similkameen districts, uud telegraphic communication between Vernon and Kelowna. In order that the practically
inexhaustible mineral, timber and
agricultural resources of the district
may he fully developed, this policy of
governmental aid must be continued.
It is important, that Pale-Cariboo
shall return as its member one who
can direct the attention of the 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 dhow 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. Branch lines to
connect with the southern transcontinental line will surely follow aud the
whole interior ofthe province will be
opened up.
PrioUy, my policy, so  far  ns    Yalc-
Cariboo is'concerned, is a policy of development of all its important sections.
With a laadec whose record fills with
pride all people of this country, irrespective of party affiliations; 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 lias 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 of the Dominion, and
more particularly t-o the district of
Yale-Cariboo, J await with confidence
your verpict.
Yours very sincerely,
DUNCAN ROSS.
Greenwood, October ti, IUOt.
"NOT IF IT COST TEN DOLLARS
A bottle Would J be without Poison's
Nerviline," writes J. A. Ruth, dfarmer IiAing near Trenton, Out. "Nerviline is the best household remedy I
know. Wa ust; it for stomach troubles, indigestion, headache and summer complaint. I know of nothing better to take in hot water to break up a
cold, or to nil) on tor rheumatism or
neuralgia." Every farmer should keep
a few bottles of Nerviline handy and
have smaller doctor bills. Large hot-
tes 2f>c   11. K. Woodland, druggist.
Our st*>ck of watches was never
larger or more attractive. With the
best movements that Amorica makes,
we have about every ' variety of case
that choice may suggest or circumstance demand. A. D, Morrison, the
Jeweler.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Maths *2oc.
Thc   Dominion   parliament  will
probably meet on January 11th.
Our guess; Ross by 280.
To keep good time, a watch must
have a good movement—the ease is a
matter of taste. We can supply you
with a thoroughly reliable movement
in any style or kind of ;,easo you may
have a j rei'er;jijce f r. A. D, Morrison*
Wait for the Japanese Nightingale.
One might as well have no watch as
one that's fast or slow. An accurate
watch isn't necessarily an expensive
one—we have a variety of styles at
comparatively low prices that are
guaranteed to keep good time. A. D.
Morrison.
Nicely furnished rooms, with or
without*board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
Synopsis of ReKUlallons Disposal or Minerals
on Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the Northwest Terrltirles and the Yukon Territory.
CoAl4-C:-ml I-hmI-4 muy dp purclitiHpil fur $10
Rer acre, for aoft .'.ml unci $'t{) for atitbraolle,
m more thnii BUD aoretjaii be ac-p-ired bv
one Individual or ooniiiaoy. Royalty at Uio
i-ateof in riMitfipcrtoii of nm poitmlH shall
beooilnotea ottjjrosifoUti'ut.
QUAHTn-Porsoii'i of eighteen years and
over and johit stack compaiilosjiolditig free
miners certificate* may obtain entry for a
milling location.
A free mltier'aoeHfilonle iw granted for
oi)e or molt* years, not exeeediiitr live, Upon
payment in advance of $7.60 per annum for
an Individual, ami from $M) to $1110 per annum for a oompuny neuordliifr to capital.
A. rree miner, bavins discovered coal In
place, may locate a Halm liXHIxlfiH) feet hy
miirhittfr out tho same with two lo-jiil posts,
heart uu location notices, one at each end un
thc todo or vein.
The Claim shall be recorded within fifteen
days if boated within ten miles df a mining
recorder's olfice. one additional day allowed
Jor each nddltluoal ton miles or fraction,
Die fee for recordinjr a claim it* $3.(10.
At 'east $100 mlist he expanded ou the claim
each year or paid to the milling recorder in
Men thereof. When $500 has been oxpended
or paid, the locator may, upon having a survey made, aud upon complying; with the
other reuuiroments, purchase tho land at
$1.0il an acre.
Permission may he (-rented by the .Minister
of the Interior to locate claims cuutaining
iron and mica, also copper, in the Yukon
Territory, of an area uot execediuu lOOacres.
The patent for a mining location shall provide for tlm payment of royalty on the sales
not exceeding live Mr cent
Placer Mining, .Manitoba aud the North-
West Territories, excepting the Yukon Ter-
ritoty,—Placer mining claims generally are
100 feet square: etitry fee $5,00, renewable
yearly. On thc North Saskatchewan river
claims   for  either bar or bench, tin- former
bailiff mo feet lonff and expending between
liiyii attd low water marU The latter includes bat- dlgulngS, hut extends hack to the
luise of the hill or hank, but not execediutr
hHH) feet. Wheae sieain power is used, claims
200feet wide may lie obtained.
Dredging in tiie rivers of Manitoba nnd the
Nortli-WestTerritoties.ex-'eptiuj* the Yukon
Territory.—A free miner may obtain only
o lenses of Hve miles each for a term of
twenty .wiirs, renewable in the discretion of
the Minister of the Interior.
The lesHee's.rii:ht is confined to the submerged lied nr bnrs of the river beluw low
water mark, mid subject to the rights of all
all persons who have, or who may receive en*
tries for bar digglllgl or bench claimr, except on the Saskatchewan river, where Ihe
lessee may dredge to liic.li water mark on
each alternate leasehold.
'tlio lessee shall hnve a dredge in operation
within one season from the date of the lease
for each live miles, hut whereu person or
company lias obtained more thun one lease,
one drodce for each hftson miles or fraction
is sufficient. Dental, 110 per milium foi* each
inileof river leased, Koyaity at the rate of
J'-, percent collected ou the output after it
reaches *1U.000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory.—Six
leases of li ve miles each may be t," ant ed to a
free miner for a term of twenty yean, also
renewable.
The lessee's right Is confined to the submerged beds or ours In the river below low
water water mark, that boundary to he fixed
hy its position on the 1st day of August in the
ear of the dute of Lhe lease.
The lessee shull have one dredge In operation within two years from the date uf  the
'ease, and one dredge for each five miles
within six pear-- irom such date, Itentnl,
$100 per mile for lirst your, and $10 per mile
for eaoh subsequent year. Royalty, same as
placer mining.
Placer mlulug In tho Yukon Territory.—
Creek, guloh, river and hill claims shall uot
exceed U!SU feet in length, measured on tbe
base liue or general direction of the cr creek
or gulch, tbe width being 1000 to 200s All
other placer claims shall be 200 feet square.
Claims ure marked by two legal posts, one
tit each ond, bearing in* I ices. Kutry must ho
obtained within ten dnys, if the claim Is
within tou miles of mining recorder's office.
Olio additional day nllowed for ench additional ten miles or frucjjon.
Tbe person or eompany staking a claim
must hold a free miner'*, certificate.
Tlio discoverer of a new mine is cut it led to
a claim of lOOOfeet in length, and if the party
consists of tao 1600 feet altogether,-on the
output of which no royalty will be charged;
the rest cif the party ordinary claims only.
Kutry foe $10. Royalty at the rate pf 2k per
cent on the value of the gold whipped from
the Yukon Territory, to be paid to the Comptroller.
NO free minnr shall receive a grant of more
than one mining claim ou each separate
river, creek or gulch, but the saute miner
may hold any nuniher Of olalms by purchase,
and free miners may work their <>laims in
partnership by filing notice mid paying fee
of $8. A claim muy be abandoned and number obtained on the same creek, gulch or
river, by giving notice aud paying a lee.
Work must be done on a claim each year to
tho value of at least $200.
A certificate that work 1ms been done must
be obtuiued each year. If not, the claim
shall be deemed to bo abandoned, and open
to occupation ami entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may he defined
absolutely by having a survey made aud publishing notices in tho Yukon Official Qozette
Pki HOLBUM. All unappropriated IH'inh,
ion lands in Manitoba, the North- West Territories aud witllin tiie Yukon Territory are
open to prospecting for petroleum, and the
.Minister may reserve fOr au Individual or
company having machinery on tbe land tube
hrospected, an area of 64(1 acres. Should the
prospector discover oil In paying quantities,
and satisfactorily establish such discovery,
an area not exc»ed1ng IM0 acres, loot tiding tin-
oil well and such other laud as may he detect
mined, will be solil to the discoverer at the
rate of $1,110 an acre, subject to royalty at
such rase as may be specitied   by order-In-
■TAMES A. SMART,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior,
Depurtmeul of the Interior, Ottuwa.
Just.arrived; up-to-dflte Kemly-to-
Wears.    Miw M. E. Webb. Milliner.
W PALM
WALACf
CHALMERS
PROP.
A FRESH STOCK OF
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
A COMPLETE LINK OF
Xmas. Goods
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Millinery  Goods
The largest and most carefully
selected wtock of Fa!', and Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Eyer brought to Grand Forks has been opened up for tiie inspection of the
ladies of the city. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct styles. Moderate prices. Insjieet my goods before making
vour fall purchases,   FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING in connection.
tTWISS M. E. WEBB
CASH BLOCK, COH. BRIDGE AND SECOND STS.
P.Burns&Co.
DEAUERS IN ALL   KINDS OF
FRESH C& CURED
M E A TS
FISH AND GAM-KIN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C. Good Things
In the Grocery Lines aro always on sale in iur establishment.
The spice that's nice, tho ;'tnper that's hot,
.And the mustard that's lit to put in the pot.    *
Are among our fresh seasonings nf unsurpassed purity.
Our Fine Groceries
Are known far ami wide, and have an enviable fame. He who won't
be advised can't lie helped, but wo can help you if you'll purchase our
good Tea, Coffee, etc.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C P. R. Station
Mainly About People.
Ai Vhe coffin containing tlte affection
•te wife of ft sorrowing husb.ind was be
ing conveyed to thc churchyard in n certain country perish in the South of Scotland It accidentally .truck against the
corner of ft wall, in consequence of which
circumstance the deceased was aroused
from ft trance and lived ior several yeara.
When the poor woman really died ft few
years afterward, in the act of passing
the same spot the husband anxiously exclaimed to the bearers oi the coffin,
"Tak' tent (care) of the corner this
time."
Labouchere and King Edward (aa
Prince of Wales) were lor yean fast
friends. Apropos of this friendship, Lab-
by was once aaked what he called the
Prince when he dined at Marlborough
House. "Well," aaid the famous radical,
-when the soup comei on I address him
as 'Your Royal Highness.' The fish softens the reserve and I get ft little chummier and often as not call him 'Wftles,'
while during the entrees and joints I get
quite familiar and he becomes 'Eddie,'
while he slaps me on the back and dub»
me 'Lubby.'"
An Englishman waa traveling net long
•go in a compartment of a London train.
At one of the stations a German entered
the carriage and took the seat opposite
the Englishman. When the train had
started, the German, seeing thc other's
cigar, boldly asked for one. Although
astonished at the request, the Englishman nevertheless pulled out his case and
handed it to the atranger. The German
lighted the cigar, took a few puffs, and,
beaming affably through his spectacles,
•aid i "I vould not haf droubled you, but
I had a match in mine boggit, and I did
not know vat to do mit Mm."
Supply Limited,
"This Is tough luck," said Ham. [
mournfully, aa he leaned out over tha
•ide of the ark. "What's wrong now?"
queried 9hcm. "Why. all this water te
fifth in," replied Ham, "and only two
flshln* worms on hoard"—Ohio "Btuu
Journal."
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Hunter
Phone 27. Kendrick Co.'s Store.
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MKltCHANTTAII.l)}',
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Block.
Phono 138. Grand Purkn, ]). O.
CORNS GROW BETWEEN THE TOES
But can be cured without pain in
one day by Putnam's Corn and Wart
Extractor. This standard remedy
never burns the flesh—it is entirely
vegetable in composition and does not
destroy the flesh. Use only Putnam's;
it's the best. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE  AND IRONED BY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
Next   to   Chinese  Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Baths 25c at the   Palace   Barbel
Shop, Victoria hotel.
Razor honing" a specialty  at   the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
LADIES WANTED.
A BiiimiT Enbikietic Woman—
woman's work. Permanent position.
Old established business house of solid
financial standing. Salary tli to Sin
weekly, with expenses, paid eaeh Monday direct Iromheadqurtors, Expenses
advanced, We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, 620 Monon Block,
Chicago, 111.
WANTED.
Special Rki'kkskntativb in this
county and adjoining territories to
represent nnd advertise an old established business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $21 weekly with
expenses, paid each Monday by cheek
direct from headquarters, Expenses
advanced; position permanent, We
furnish everything. Address. THE
COLUMBIA, (130 Monun Building,
Chicago, 111.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX  PRKSHYTKUIAN   CHUUG'll   Brand \
Fork,-'.    It.    Itulirt't-nn,    H.A.,    ik.sk.c-.
Services ovory Sunday lit 11 a.m. anf 7::ki |>, !
m.cSutiilay Huliool and lllttleolnx,, 8 p. m.i I
Westminster Guild uf  C.   K.,  Tueiiluy, 8
tun.
FIRST METHODIST CHUKCHI Corner Main
ami Filth sti, B. Matillol, pastor. .Services
every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.811 p.m.;
olai* meeting at close of inoi'iiintr service;
Sunday sohool and Ilil.le olejsst Up. in.:
prayer meeting every Thursday cvenlnir
at 8 o'clock. The publleiscordially invited.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH (Church ol Kiiu-
lan'l), Orand Forks, Henry Steele, vicar-
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.; morning; nrayer
and sermon, 11a.m.; Sunday moIiooI, ;t p. in.;
evensong* and sermon, "r.Mi p. in. All ure
cordially invited.
W. H. V. CT.KUEST
JOHN P. SI'BNCS
Horrlnlera, tsollaltort,,
Nt.turleH, Ktc
Ulden Hluck, Corner Winnipeg Avenue aud
First Street,
CHAN!) FORKS. II. C.
A. MACKINTOSH
Transferring and
Light Draying
Grand Forks, B. C.
QRAND FOHKS FEDERAL t*A-
bor Union No. SSI, A.L.U.—
Meets every WednewJiiy evening
at 8 o'clock in   Federal   Union   hull
Dan Kelly, Pres.
Jab. A. IIaimus, Sit,
WANTED *MKN AND WOMEN in this- p.mnt.v
uiiil -iilj-iiiiiiii: territorlcH to rcprrM-i't un<I
HiKi-ril*.** nn i>'i| f-tiil*lis|ii*il  In.mm-   of  no) irl
fiininciul htiiiiiliiif-.  Sulurv lo mi'ii  >:!1  wcuk-
' ; ly, to women ?i:!tii?18 wm-hly, witli exiJennvH
i inlviiiii-i'il Oaoh Moii'luy by -■hork illrort from
■ iritili'imiiiT*..   Rot-Maud' l»ii*r>  fornlalied
«I When  riiwH-titry; poult,uu  iwrniniietit.   Ail-
I (It-PMH,   lili'.v   Iims.   .V   O,., Hi-pi.   A.   .Million
i  111.1.,     CI.I.. ,   III
Hlilu-. -■lii«*au«.. 111.
NOTICE
NOTIOE IH UKKIillV   (SIVKN  THAT THE
<*i»"|mrtiii>ts.ii|i  licri'ti-f'Ti*   t?xiNtlii|f be
tWMn tin- titldanlgQH til luttelkri'ijorn hi tlio
I'licitu* iioii'i. Grand Forks, h. p., under the
firm li-uni- of Sln-riry A DoikiM. linn limi  this
dny dlnolVed by mutual c-onNoiit.   All -1*-btn
ilue  the muiiI   ttrm itre tu  be paid to U. V.
BlOJtgjr, nnd nil purtiiprship <lol-ti ticcoiinteii
for'" the tlrm nre to be paid by It I iti .
C. V, BlOiKJY.
THOS. DONALD.
Witness:    I.. F, Moitl'lBON.
Da^l thi* 12th day of September, 1WH.
PROCLAMATION
Electoral District Yule-Cariboo, to Wit:
puULJC NOTICK is hereby given
tii the electors (if the electoral
district aforesaid, thnt, in obedience
to His Majesty's writ to me directed,
mid bearing date the twenty-ninth
day of September, 1904,1 require the
presence of the said electors atRaven's
Hall in the city of Kamloops, on
TUESDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
NOVEMBER, 1904, from noon until
two of the clock in the afternoon, for
tlte purpose of nominating a person to
represent them in the House of Commons of Canada; aud that in case i
poll in 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
live 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. No.
1. Barkerville 9. Horsefly
2. Stanley 10. Keithley Creek
.1. Quesnel 11. Riskie Creek
4. Alexandria       12. Alexis Creek
0. Soda Creek       13. Beaver Lake
G. Spence's Bridge 14. Fraser Lake
7. Quesnel Forks  15. Hanceville
8. Bullion
Pollino Division No. 2—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Lillooet. Polling will be held in this
division at the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Clinton 9. Lillooet
2. 83-Mile House, 10. Pavilion
D.A.Stoddart'sll. Empire Valley
3. Bonaparte 12. Wateon Bar
4. Big Bar Creek
5. Dog Creek        13. Ample   Mine,
0. Alkali Lake Cayoosh Creek
7. North Lac La   14. Fraser   River,
Hache .    Pachelqua
8. Lac La Hache
Pollinii Division No. 3—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Yale, excepting that portion comprised within the Dominion electoral
district of New Westminster, to-wit:
All that portion of the provincial electoral district of Yaleadjoining the provincial electoral district of Dewdney,
and lying west of a lino commencing
at the north-east corner of the provincial electoral district of Chilliwack,
thence following the Fraser river to a
point one mile beyond the village of
Yale, and thence following a straight
line to the north-east corner of the
provincial electoral district of Dewdney.
No. No.
1. Spuzzum 9. Lower Nicola
2. Camp No. Hi    10. Coutlee
3. North Bend      11. Nicola Lake
4. Keufor 12. Aspen Grove
5. Lytton 13.- Thynne'sranch
(i. Spence's Bridge 14. Maiumet Lake
7. Ashcroft 11). Coldwater
8. Cache Creek
Pollino Division No. 4—Comprising the p**o**inoiiU electoral district of
Kamloops, Polling will lie held in
this division at the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Snvona 10. (Irand Prairie
2. Kamlisips 11. Tappen Siding
3. KiuuliHips 12.  Kualt
I. KamlOopa 13. Notch Hill
5.   West Side N.    II.  Sieaiuous
Thompson river 10. Salmon Ann
(i. East Side N.    Iii. Griffin Lake
Thompson river 17. Malakwa
7. Louis.Creek     18, Quilohena
8. Monte Creek     19. Gleneimoa
9. Shuswnp 20. CamphollCicok
21. Slump bike
Poi.uv; Division No. fi—Comprising the provincial electoral distirct of
Okanagan. Polling will be held iu
this division nl Ihe following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Penticton        12. Cherry Creek
2. Suiiimeiluiid    I.'I. Salmon   River
3. Poachlnnil Bridge
4. West Bank 11. Okanagan
». Kelowna 16. Armstrong
fl. BenVouliu       Hi.  Knderby
7. Ooramonagc 17. Mara
8. Vernon 18. IX ip Creek
9. Vernon 19. Hull Car
10. Lumby 20. CaniH) Creek
II. Mabel Like 21. Silver Creek
Polling Division No. 6—Compris-
j* the provincial electoral district of
Similkameen. Polling will be held in
this division at the following stations
namely:
N".   ' No.
1. Beaverdell 9. Voigt's Camp
2. Westbridge       10. Keremeos
3. Hock Creek       11. Hedley
I. SidieyMount'n 12. Nickel Plate in
5. Cp. McKinney 13. Princeton
li. Okanagan Fails 14. Granite Creek
7.  Fairview 15. Tulnincen, Ot-
8i White bike ter, Flat
Polling Division No. 7—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Greenwood. Polling will be held in
thisdivisimi at the following stations,
namely;
No. No.
1. Greenwood      0.  Eholt
2. Greenwood      7. Deadwood
3. Greenwood      8. Denoro
4. Midway 9. Rock Creek
5. Boundary Falls
Polling Division No. 8—Comprising the provincial electoral district
of Grand Forks. Polling will be held
in 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
city of KauiloopB, I shall open the ballot boxes, add up the votes given for
the several candidates and return us
elected the one having the majority of
votes.
Of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and to govern
themselves accordingly.
Given under my hand at Kamloops,
this fourteenth day of October, in the
year 1904.      DANIEL O'HARA,
Returning Ollicer.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks    and but*
rouvding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties-and specialties iu Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits* Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Koses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man;
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
fitfree. Write for particulars and ^end %h cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE k WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nurskbiks,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -    -     -    ONTARIO
TRANSFER
COMPANY
YALE
Tom Peterson
Heavy and Light Draying of
all Kinds Done Promptly.
Driving and Saddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
WODD FOR SALE
GHANUV 8TIIEET,
Phone 85. GRAND FORKS
Leave orders at the Palm Fruit Store.
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.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
u
NION HOTEL AND MUSIC HALL
Mar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER MEALS Served ut
All Hours.    Finely Furnished Rooms in Conneotlon.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room ('hail's,
Tables and Sofas just arrived, Call ami inspect tbem.
Also a stoek of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., Ut lie sold
at greatly redueed prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE GRAND FOHKS, li. 0,
RIDER AGENTSWANTED
In each town to take orders lor our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicyeles.
New 1903 Models
 i,  ' Complete $8.75
" Cossack," Guarantr.il nidi Ortde $10.75
"Siberian,"        A Beauty $12.75
"Neudorf," Road Racer $14.75
no better bicycle at any prleo.
Any other make or model you want at one-third
usual price. Choice of any standard tires and best
equlpmont on all our bicycles.  Strongest guarantee.
We SHIP OH APPROVAL C. O. IX to any one
trillinut a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchaso is binding,
500 Second Hand Wheels *fc«l.. #a
taken In irnilii by our Chlcaro retail stores, ug IV |9||
all makes and models, sood as new  T
MliflT DIIV 1 btcyclo until VOU liave wrlten for our
NUI BUI FACTORY PRICES AND FREE TPIAt OFFER.
Ilret, egulsmtint. lundiiei anil mxirtlnt looia of all klndn. at hall refQlllr Jirkv.
liiourbigliMiuiKlrycaliloo. Containaa world\m useful Information. wrlU'for ll.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III. 7
W.K.C. MANLY
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
«
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREE
6
Pacific Hotel
EIHST-I'LASS INK VKUV
RESPECT.
SAMPLE ROOMS Foil
COMMERCIAL
TRAVELLERS
C.  V. SLOGOV, Proprietor
Par in Conneetion:
Finest Brands Wines, OPPOSITE O.RR, station,
Liquors and.Cigars, • GRAND- FORKS, B. C.
To Cure a Cold While You Sleep
TAKE WEEKS'
'BREAK-UP-A-COLD' TABLETS
25 DOSES—25 CENTS
NO CURE—NO PAY
H. E. WOODLAND SU
Remember We Have a Night Service
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Located Hotel
ix the Citv. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Bar Supplied with the
Finest Brands of,_
WINKS, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISH ED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C,
i
We have opened up in the
HARNNESS AND SADDLE RY business on
Harness Shop
BRIDGE   STREET gSS.k^o^
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stoek is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
milled to by the arrival of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette   &%   Co.
Grand Forks, B. C.
N. D McINTOSH
initST   STRICKT, QRAND   FORKS
A Complete Line  of   Furniture,  11 nni ware und Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rook Prices.   Largest Variety  of
(Ioods ill the City.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought and Sold,   Call and Inspect My Goods.   A Grenl Variety
of .New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
Stoves a Specialty
See Mac 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
}       IORKS, C. B.
BOUNDARY   ORE
The following table gives the ore shipments
11)03, 1001, nnd for the past week:
1900
Granby Mines,I'hoenix  64,533
Snowshoe,  I'bocnix        2117
Brooklyn, I'hoenix	
Mother Lode, Dcnihvod     5,840
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Morrison, Deadwood	
IS. ('. Mine Summit   19,404
Emma, Summit	
Senator, .Summit Camp ,.     	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Brey Fugle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Mountain liuse	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,2f>0
Athelstan. Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central 2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        100'
Providence, Providence :	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. (J. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,380
SHIPMENTS
of  Itniindiiry mines   for   11)00,   1001,  1003,
1901.
281-.782
1,721
150
•00,084
soi
1.10
47,405
(!5()
ioo.>.
800,858
20. son
1908
303,181
74,212
141.320
7,455
1-1,811
8.530
1,040
138,07!)
15,731
8,880
10,885
22,1)37
303
15,537
1904    !'"■■
477,770
12,308
160,084
003
it Week
10.740 'li:
1,250 7R
3*160 ^
550
665
350
785
(>2o
482
:j75
21!)
2,435
5,640
34.284
2,867
15,0! 12
222
354
1,420
60
33
(i(i
4,816
240
!)!).•)
400
107
Wil
305
240
Total,  tons	
Granby Smelter treated
5,801
00,730   300,000
(12,387    230,828
507.515
312.340
(181,420   710.050
401,921    512,331
I5/.I15
11,150
NEBFAtCIC EFAMCBE IS OiU'llY
Attended with blinding pain, but|
relief comes quickly when Nerviline is |
applied, for it is the strongest pain-j
reliever in the world. "1 consider Ner- j
viline a mostinngiciil remedy for neti- j
ralgia, I am subjeot to violent at-1
tacks," writes Mrs. E. G. Harriss of I
Baltimore, "but never worry if Nervi-1
line is in the house. The prompt relief j
that Nerviline brings makes it price-1
less to me. A few applications never j
yet failed to kill the pain. I ean also j
recommend Nerviline for stillness in J
the joints and rheumatism." Try Nerviline yovrself. Price 25e. li. E.
Woodland, druggist.
PROCLAMATION
EXTRA
ELECTORAL DISTRICT YALE-CARIB90
TO WIT:
NOTICK is iiprph.v -riven tn all concerned
that Pulling Station No. U, Fraser Lake,
in Division No 1, is lUsnstiililti-liPi! nml tlmt
[ have established additional Polling Stations ns follows]
Division No. 2—No, 15, Polling Station at
Run Creek.
Division No. 8.--No. 16, t'ollhitr Station nt
Bone.
Division No. 5.-No. 22, Putting Station at
..liuimiraii Mission.
Of which all persons are hereby required
to take notice mul govern themselves accordingly.
Qlvetl unilnr my hand at Kamloops, this
BSrddfcy of October in tlm year 1904.
DANIEL O'HARA,
llottirnhig Officer.
DOMINION ELECTIONS AGT
APPOINTMENT OF AGENT,
I, Duncan Ross, of the City of QreettWOOd
in the Province of Uritisli Coluinbia, publisher, u candidate at the election now nhoiit
to he held of a member to represent the Bleo-
toral District of STale-Carlbop In the House
ol ('iiiiuium*. i.i Canada, do hereby appoint
John Dunn hi Swanson, of the (*it> uf Kuril-
loops ami Province afore-mid, solicitor- ns
ii y airenl itili'iiij* the entitiiiiiaiice of the >niil
election.
Witness my hand this B4tli day ofOctoher,
10H4.
DUNCAN ROSS,
Candidate,
the above r ived October'.Mill, 1004,
D. OMURA.
Rctiirnint: Ollicer.
DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT
APPOINTMENT OK AGENT,
I. Miiiiiii llurrell, iiuiniiiiiti.il ni « munll-
linn. In llm eleotil im. tn lie In 1,1 in
llm lilnotorol   IHltrlol   nl   Vnln-I'iirll, ,f u
 mlii.|'lnin|.ii..i.iit  mill Kln'tiirnl  Dlktrlrt
In llm   IIiiiim. i.i I) i»   nf   I'm,mil.    ill,
I by Iii aoGonluiuto »itl. 11..- , vi.i I
Seotluil   11:1 nl  Hn.   Ill,mil,inn   Kli-rtlom. Aol.
Hum,  I. ii Kiilnli Mlohell, nl tlm City
nf Knllllooni. Iii tlm I'nivii I llrltl.li i „l-
iilnlihi. ini'Trlnint, lli.v linnnt.
I i.e.,I thi. ::;ili .in. nin.,|,,!„,,■, IINil.
MARTIN HllUltKI.I.
Cnii'ldato.
Tim above reoetved Novomtier i-t, uml.
I). O'llAKA,
Ilium nimr linker.
DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT
APPOINTMENT 01 AGENT.
I, Br-liesl Mill., ,,f llm City nf 111 liwooil, In
tlm  PI'IivIiiot  nf iniii.li Col I.iu. mneltQr
mnn, it rniulltlate at tlifl eleotluti m.i. „>, mi
to Im lii-lil nl ii     mnlii'i- tn Irpri I tlm kl.-i—
tmnl lli.tiiil ,,r liiii-l.'iliili.in In  Hie  ll.niM,
iift'niiiii s nf i'u,.,, in, .In barebyaiipiiliil
Joliii Jo.eiili Caulfield, merchant, of G -
n'ODUi in the ProvtnOO aforesaid, as in.v agent
'Iniiiii: llm |,,iiiiii,nnii|,|,  nf tlm Mtid nli-nti	
Hilimns my liiiml tills »ltll day  nf llitnl	
IWI1.
IiRNBST MILLS,
Giimlidiiii..
Tbe uliovn rerelvcd November 1st, 11104,
D. O'HARA,
Ki'tnniiinr OIHeer.
$
Santa   Claus'
Headquarters
$
W. H. ITTER & CO.
Every Nook and Corner of Our
Store is Filled With Xmas Goods
Includins All Kinds of Toys.
Our Chinaware
Discounts anything in the city.
And we still have a large quantity on the way, whioh we expect
tn display about December 1st.
Sleighs and Sleds
Old .Santa better be ordering
seme winter, as lie has sent us
about 100 Steel Sleighs ami Sleds
Our Doll Display
is worth  four bits to see, but, we
don't charge anything.
Our Picture Books
Never in the history of Grand
Forks lias there been displayed
anything to equal our Btoclt in
this department,    Tt consists of
Foxy Grandpa \
KusTKii ISiiown ISeries and
Father ('ix).su  (Extra.
Mother Goose J.
cTWechanical Toys
It wouid make your hair stand
on end to see what our Meehuni
cal Toys will do. Tbey require
watohihg, otherwise they would
bo making a rouge house of it.
Games
Obi say, talk abuut "tunes. In
the first place, Pjng-Pong is a
dead issue, and the new game of
KAN 0 KATCH is at fever boat.,
Tbey have gohe crazy over it.
We have also PIT alias PANIC,
Sherlock   Hoi s, Flinch, Pillow
Dix, Nationajties and dozens of
other names.
Books for Boys and Girls
We have great rafts nf these, all
new, consisting of—
Blub, Green, Yellow, Silver,
Goi.n and Red Fairy Tales.
Grimm's Fairy Tales,
Anderson's Fairy Tales,
One Syllahle History op
Enoland, Russia and Japan,
nicely illustrated.
Then we have—
The English Ciiatteruox,
Hoys' Own Annual, and
Girls' Own Annual.
In Murk Twain's Books—
Tom Sawyer
RouiiiiiNii It
A Tramp Aiioad
HUCKLKIlKERY F'lN, EtO.
Fur Animals
We have tbem, all sizes. Some
can hardly see, they are so hairy.
Picture Post Cards
Justin, seme new views. We can
give you your choice of 7 scenes.
Xmas Cards
Wo have the prettiest nnd most
reasonable you ever saw or
heard of.
Rattles
Other years there has been a
scarcity in this line, but tbis year
we have a very large stock of
swell rattles — celluloid, bone,
leather and cloth covered.
Child's Tea Sets
Why they are simply beautiful.    We have all HizeH.
Boy.,' Tools
\\*fl hive enough   BBtfe to sup*
plyevery hoy in town*
Make a Present
to your wife or daughter of n
Mason &   Risen   Viano,  a
Simikk Sewing Machine oh a
Columbia Qraphapponb,
This Week
we will open up a. large stock
of new Records for Cylinder
Grupl a »l:ones.
Ladies
When you come to our .store
for 'a STANDARD PATTERN you can sit down and
enjoy u
Cup of Tea
While fce'rig waited on. We
specially invite all the ladies
to drop in, when down town,
and enjoy a cup of ten, whether on business or not.
[W. H. ITTER & CO., gg-fgj
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