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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, November 1, J904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Foreman on G. N. Construction at Summit Camp
Was the Victim.
Drilled on Missed Hole While
at Work Yesterday
Morning.
The third fatality since construction work commenced on the Phoenix branch of the Great Northern
occurred at Summit City at 2 o'clock
morning, when Salvator Dominico,
foreman at Fred Jdhnson's camp,
was blown to atoms while cleaning
out a missed hole.
On Sunday evening a number a
liliists were set off. One of the charges
did not go off, and the men refused
lo return to work until an examination had hecn made. In order to
save time, and to enable the force to
resume work in Iho morning, Dominico went out during the night to
extract the missed charge, with the
result above stated.
The unfortunate man's remains,
which had been blown into small
pieces, were" brought to this city
yesterday for burial.
Dominico was highly thought ol
by the men >vho worked under him,
and much regret is expressed at hit
untimely death.
SUNSET SAUNthRJNGS
The comedy-drama, -'A Romance
of Coon Hollow," presented at the
opera house Friday night, was just
about as pleasing a performance as
bus been given in Grand Forks this
Season, and the audience was not
slow to show its appreciation. The
company was considerably above
the average in artistic merit, and certainly was the most eveuly-balnnccd
yet appearing here, as there was not
a weak member in it. Not thc least
attractive part of the evening's entertainment wns the dancing and ragtime solos given by a colored trio.
T. F. Curran has been laid up al
his home during the past few days
with a very severe case of neuralgia.
Senator Ehmpden announces that
he is guing to California lo accept n
*5.'*,000 job, presumably to promote
a summer carnival.
A local hunter shot n large animal
nt the foot (if Hardy mountain last
-week, and local authorities differ as
to whether it is a cougar or some
other of the cat tribe.
Several flocks of wild geese were
noticed yesterday flying tii the south,
which, according to the weather
sharps, indicates approaching cold
weather. Probably the knowing
birds are migrating from Canada to
the sunny south in order to escape
from the cold nnd frigid days which
will be the lot of the Conservatives
after the election on Thursday.
Born—In Grand Forks, Sunday,
October 30, 1904, to Mr. and Mrs.
Lindey Crossen, a daughter.
Gordon MacDonald, a brother of
Dr. MacDonald of this city, is one of
the hockey stars of thc East, and is
much sought after by various clubs.
He will probably play this winter
•ith the SaultSte. Marie, Out., club.
this city Inst night from Toronto,
where Mrs. McCallum has been visiting her old homo for a number of
months. Mr. McCallum left-forthat
city six weeks ago to accompany his
wife home.
Mrs. Geo. A. Fraser returned
home Sunday from Woodstock,Ont,
where she has been spending the
past summer with relatives. Mr.
Fraser went down to Spokane last
week to rnoct her, and accompanied
her home.
Joe Ward, an old-timer of Grand
Forks, but now a resident of Seattle,
is in the city. It is stated thai
there is (ideal pending for the sale
of his ranch, west of town.
Mayor and Mrs. Jeffrey Hammer,
Mr. and Mrs. N. McLellan nnd
Joseph Thatcher were a few of the
Grand Forks capitalists who enjoyed
carriage drives to Cascade last Sun
day
For the iiccniuinodotion of the
public the Yale Hotel has made arrangements to receive complete election returns in the hotel lobby or
Thursday night. Everyone welcome
THE CITY COUNCIL
The regular weekly meeting of tin
city council was held in the counc 1
chamber last night.    Mayor Han
mar,    Aid.   McCalluin,   Cleinend
Feeney, Hutton, Martin and Mc.Vie
being present.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
Hutton, thc water and light committee wns authorized to purchasi
plungers for the city pump; alsi
wood.
Thc council decided to have all
the street lights turned on again.
The following accounts were ordered paid: Geo. Chappie, 850; \\'.
T. Robinson, $6; 1\ Bonis it Co.,
$4.50; R. Gaw, 898.75; A. E. Savage, 814.05.
"BROWN'S IN TOWN"
Aldcrniaii Neil McCalluin and Mrs.
McCallum returned to their home in
Funniest of Comedies to Be  Pre
sentcd Ileie by  Walker's
Comedians,
One of ihe cleverest writers of
comedies is Mark K. Swan, and his
best piece, without a doubt, is
"Brown's 111 Town," a comedy
which bail New York laughing for
months. Wc nre lo see this laughing
success hereon Wednesday, Nov. 2,
which is the date of the return to us
of the popular organization known
as Walker's Comedians. Mr. ('. P.
Walker has a reputation in this section as keeping his promises, nnd
his assurance that "Brown's in
Town" is thc best comedy offering
yet will be readily accepted by our
theatregoers. Mr. Walker hns added
several new players to his organization, which now includes several
comedy performers whose names
are ("miliar throughout America,
Among Un S'. is Mr. (I, urge Berry,
specially engaged for ''Brown's in
Town." Itissnfeto count on an
evening of wholesome fun and a performance in every way worthy.
Candidate Burrel Opens Dominion Campaign at
Opera House.
Acting Policeman's Valiant
Struggle Causes Some
Amusement.
Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate for Yale-Cariboo, returned
yesterday from a camgaigning tour
through the Okanagan district. Tonight he will address the electors of
this city in the Biden opera house.
Smith Curtis, ex-M.P.P., and J. A
Macdonald, leader of the provincial
Liberal party, will champion the
Liberal candidate's side ol the issues
of the day.
Ah. McQueen, the well-known
Grand Forksite, who has been in
Vernon for the past two years, expects to return to this city at an early
date. His return will be welcomed
by local hockcyists, and will greatly
help to put a good local seven on the
ice this winter.
been fortunate in the Boundary, this
being his third big mining deal. In
congratulating him upon his good
fortune, the Orient Journal states
that ten years ago, when ho was running a shingle mill in Whatcom i
county, he could not tell a pay rock
from rock salt.
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Grand Forks Oddfellows, at
Greenwood, Exemplify
Third   Degree.
Superintendent Neil Cochrane, of
the Mountain Lion mine, Republic,
has made arrangements with the
Boundary smelters for the shipment
of two to three carloads of ore a dty,
and work will be resumed at thnt
mine on November 1 with an ordinary force.
The members of Josephine Hive,
No. 10, L.O.T.M., will please bear
in mind the regular review next
Thursday evening. Provincial Com
mander Marion B. Baxter will bi
present, and requests the attendance
of every member.
One of the many drawbacks to get
ting out a country weekly in the
West is thc impossibility of securing
paper sometimes, and the poor publisher has had to fall back upoi'
wrapping paper to disseminate bis
intellectual vaporings. And, sometimes, even, he has had to fall back
upon his unwilling nnd overworked
friends. Fortunately, however, The
Sun, up to the immediate present,
has been able to do Ige both crisis
Saturday will be Guy Fawkes day.
Last night was Hallowe'en, but
the youngsters did not celebrate the
event very extensively.
While C. Buhler was "acting" as
special policeman on Saturday afternoon, it became his duty to arrest a
bibulous gentleman at the corner of
Bridge and First streets. The gentleman with the load could not be
moved by moral Buasion to go to
jail, and the acting policeman, as
was proven by actual test, had not
the physical requirements to mov
him there the only other way. Chief
Savage was appealed to, and the zigzagging stranger was taken along ti
the cooler as docile as Mary's little
lamb. There is more streniiosity in
policeing than there is in ushering
Truly Grand Forks has had some peculiar civic appointments—sometimes men who were not citizens of
the country, and other times men
who did not possess material re
'piircments.
When the workingnian listens to
the How ol Conservativs igneous atmosphere at this election time, he
might stop long enough to inquire
how it was tho Conservatives could
never find a way to keep the Chinese
out. Thc Liberals have found the
way and applied it. There hasn't
a single Chinaman arrived since last
January.
Thomas Newby met with a painful accident on Saturday, when bis
horse, starting suddenly, threw him
under the wheels of his buggy, resulting in his being cut and bruisci'.
The Pioneer is afraid the water
supply will be short in Phoenix this
year. With the 'sleen feet ot thereabouts of snow which fulls each winter "upon the hill where the mines
are" there should be no need for
alarm over a wnler famine, so long
as the firewood holds out.
The local Liberals nnd Conservatives should combine to make some
arrangements whereby they could
hire a hall ami receive the election
returns On Thursday night.
Chris Tobiassenaiid A. Hoffman,
two old-time prospectors of the
Boundary, have bonded the Senator
group in Summit camp for $86,000
to the Granby eompany, receiving
10 per" cent down.   Tobiasson has
Tho C. P. R. has just laid off the
watchmen who have been seeing that
no fire damage was done to the local
bridges during Ihe summer.
Judging from the large quantities
of wood the local dealers have been
hauling from thc G. N. R. freight
yards during the past months, Grand
Porks should be a hot town this
winter.
Owing to an accident on the G.N.,
the train due here at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon did not arrive until
I'2:15 Monday morning.
The missionary meeting in' Knox
church ou Monday night was very
interesting, Miss Jamieson is an oo*
I'ooiplished speaker, and gaveaniosl
Interesting account of some features
of the missionary work in India.
After inspecting several mining
properties in Franklin camp, Rube
Hull, II. B. Cannon, G. A. McLeod
nnd others have returned to the city,
ind report all the well-known properties in that coining camp as looking weli. Considerable development
work has been done on thc.McKinley.
Great reduction in Full and Winter
Hats and all kinds of Millinery Goods
from now until the end of thc season
at Mrs. Gray's, Scars hloek, Winnipeg
avenue. Dressmaking parlors in connection.
To keep good time, n watch must
huve a goml movement—the case is a
matter of taste. We can supply you
with a thoroughly reliable movement
in any style or kind of case you may
have a preference for,  A. D. Morrison.
And Are Awarded Credit for
Best Exhibition  of
Team Work.
The following local Oddfellows,
accompanied by a number of ladies,
returned Friday evening from Greenwood, where they attended the grand
union gathering of the four Oddfellow lodges of the Boundary: David
Whiteside, Fred Kennedy, D. D.
Monro, Geo. Rutherford, Tom Gould,
IC. Spraggett, Alex, Hall, Geo. Wigh-
ton, Leonard Vaughan, T. R.
Powers, Mr. Mordhouse, W. B.
Bower, Mr. Bower Sr. and R. Frache.
On Thursday night each lodge ex-
amplified °ne of the beautiful degrees of the order. The initiatory
degree was exemplified by the Phoenix lodge, the first degree by Greenwood and (he third by Grand Forks.
The universal opinion was that the
Grand Forks team carried off the
palm, thc effect of thc team's work
being heightened by its beautiful regalia. The lodge work went, through
without a hitch, and at 11:30 the
entire party, joined by a few invited
non-Oddfellow guests, repaired to
the city hall, guests of Bro. Holmes,
to a most sumptuous banquet, prepared aud presided over by a committee of ladies ol St. J tides' Episcopal church.
MANAGER WM. GRANSTON
Oilers the Theatrical Patrons of Western Canada High Class Comic
Opera.
Theatrical   managers expend   more
money and  artistic labors on putting
high-class  comic    operas   before   the
public than in any other class  of attraction.
When W, Cranston, manager of
the Hritish Columbia and Alberta
theatrical circuit, presents here .Mr. F.
A. Wade's Begger Prince opera company iu two of the most popular successes, the patrons will he treated to
one of the best musical organizations,
playing the one night stand towns, in
America. The two operas that will Im*
given here are "I'Va Diavolo" and "Iji
.Mascottc." Kachof these excellent
pieces require a largo number of lirst
lass singers, much handsome scenery,
and a very high order of artistic ability* Tin; plots are intense, the music
Imidard, and I lie comedy opportunities the best.
These operas offer tin* most pleasing
amluera nt programs ever presented
iu tins part of Canada, and are a hint
»f the high quality of others to lie offered if the patronage will warrant the
financial risk, It willdetorniinetosoniQ
extend the selection of future companies.
The Beggar Prince company will
appear in Grand corks on November
! 1 th and 12th.,
Special party rates have been arranged by the C.P.K. for those wishing to come from neighboring towns.
Mail orders or tickets will he carefully
attended to.
NOT THE SLIGHTEST DANGER
In using Dr. Hamilton's Pills of
Mandrake and Butternut for constipation or piles. Highly recommended
because, they cause no griping pains.
For prompt and certain cure; use only
Dr. Hamilon's Pills. Price 25c. H.
E, Woodland, druggist. 'If you buy it of Morrison it's all
right."
_A MOST
RELIABLE
PLACE
. to purchase Good .Jewelry, is the
place where you know of whom
you are buying —you have tho
assurance of a business reputation
and guarantee that goes witli
every milo. Every article purchased of Morrison proves its
worth and the reliability of the
store, and the customer always
comes again.
"You have the most accommodating Store, Mr. Morrison," said
a lady customer the other day.
*'I always feel satisfied with what
I get here," she added.
it is our idea of storckeeping
to make people satisfied ; they
come again—they send otl iers—
we think it pays.        .
A. D. MORRISON
Jeweler unci Optioinn,
Always your money's worth.
QJljp Ebnung §un
PUBLISHES EVUllY TUESDAY AND pniDAY
EVENINGS AT ORAND P011KS, 8,0., DY
Q. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION bates:
One year....$2.00 I Three months. .00
Six mouths .. 1.00 | Our month W
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and ii (Its. per line.
Address all communications tu
The Evenino Hun,
plione 65. ouand foiiks, 11. 0.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1904
Three years ago today The Evening Sun made its bow to the people
of thc Boundary district. At that
time its assets consisted of a handful
of worn-out type and machinery and
nn abundance of faith in this city's
future importance. That tbis conti-
d-.-nce was not misplaced, events are
today demonstrating. During the
three years' existence of the paper,
its proprietor has managed to meet
all bills and to replace the old outfit
with lu entirely new plant of modern type and machinery, superior in
many respects to any in this
section, and of sufficient equipmsiit
to turn out as large a paper as is now
printed in the Boundary. Tun Srx
has twice beep enlarged since its
birth, and further improvements,
which will develop shortly, arc now
under consideration.
The (irand Trunk Pacific railway
is already beginning its work for the
new transcontinental line. A contract has just been awarded to thc
Kingston, (Int., Locomotive works
liy the Grand Trunk for twenty-live
new engines nt a cost of $400,000.
This order is but a sign of what will
follow, as the new company will require hundreds nf locomotives, besides thc other necessary rolling
stock, steel rails and supplies, a very
large portion of which will be produced and manufactured in Canada,
The Conservative party go to the
polls with the avowal that the contract for this railway will be cancelled if they are elected. Vote for
the Liberals, thc increasing of manufacturing industries and the development of the West.
Since 1896, when thc Liberals came
into power, the net public debt nf
Canada has been reduced to thc
amount of $4.66 for each man,
woman and child in the country.
Thc world is glutted with good advice, we arc well aware ; still we
pause nnd unhesitatingly advise the
few who have not already decided so
to do that the very best step they
can take is to vote for the return of
the Liberal government and keep the
country prosperous.
Tbe Toronlo News (Conservnti'n
Independent), whose editor and publisher, .1. 8. Willison, is well ijuiiI'-
fi 'd to express an opinion, forecasts
a Liberal majority of 42 in the next
parliament, figured us follows:
Lib. Con.
Quebec  oil 12
Ontario  48 48
Nova Scotia  11 7
New Brunswick  6 S
Prince Edward Island  '-' 2
Manitoba  :i 7
Northwest Territories  7 3
Hritish Columbia  :l -1
Yukon   1 0
128 811
I Willi the llritish Columbia figures
changed to 6-2, an even nearer guess
ito the final result would lie reached.
At a Conservative nomination
meeting at Trenton, Ont., last week,
Former Conservative Premier Howell
spoke strongly against government-
owned railways, which is as strongly
advocated by Would-BcConservative
Premier Borden ; "and there you
ar-rc," as Dooley says. This shows
how unsettled and uncertain is the
Conservative policy on this thc most
important question in the campaign.
A large Liberal representation from
the West in the next Pominion parliament menus the moid construction of the (Irand Trunk Pacific railway, and simultaneous work from
the Pacific and Atlantic ends of the
line.
We endorse and approve the action of the Liberal government of
Canada in advancing the capitation
tax on Chinese entering the province,
lirst from $60 to f* 100 and again from
8100 to $600, a total increase under
Liberal administration of 8460 per
head.—From the Victoria Liberal
platform,
The Orient Journal appears to be
the only publication that has obtained authentic information regarding the reported sale of the Cascade
Power company's holdings to the C.
P.K. This fact is undoubtedly attributable to the metropolitan facilities for news gathering that obtains
in the reservation camp.
Canada is to have a new mint for
the coinage of its gold and silver currency, which wil] he erected at Ottawa. With the good times coming,
consequent upon the return of the
Liberal government and the building
of the new railways, it will require
facilities for turning out the increased amount of money then needed in
circulation throughout the country.
The West favors a low tariff. Itis
hard to convince a rancher that he
should pay twice as much for his
farm machinery and his eoal oil us
bis neighbor has to pay just below
the boundary line.
Mr. Borden's railway policy appears to be in a more chaotic condition than Premier McBride's.
"Keep both hands," as Lord Dutl-
donald would say, on the Liberal
government.
'What we have we'll hold."
HEART PALPITATION AT NIGHT
Battles in-en tht* strongest man,but
to the average woman it is a taste of
general purgatory. Take a little Nerviline in sweetened water and away
goes the palpitation. You'll save lots
of worry by keeping Nerviline on
hand, which is a treasure for all sorts
uf pains and aches. Nerviline cures
headache, stomach and bowel troubles
quickly. Price 2-r)e for a large bottle.
II. E. Wood-land, druggist.
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Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by J. W. Jones.
As the Liberal candidate in this
electoral district, I respectfully solicit
your votes and inlluence.
No attempt will be made to discuss
the general issues of the campaign iu
this address. Sinee receiving the Lib
era! noiniiintion in January lust, 1
have visited many parts of the riding
and made myself thoroughly acquainted with its requirements. This work
will be continued until election day,
hat owing to the large extent of ter
ritory to be covered, it is a physical
impossibility to visit all sections or
personally interview all the electors.
I therefore avail myself of this opportunity to ask for your sufl'rage.
Permit me to direct your, attention
lo some matters of local importance.
Yale-Cariboo fully warrants the expenditure of public money in its development. The government has already
done much in this direction. It bus
granted aid to several lines of ra 1
way; government owned telegraph mul
telephone lines have been constructed;
the necessary money lias been voted
to secure telephonic communication
through the rich Nicola and Sim lka-
meen districts, and telegraphic communication between Vernon and Kelowna. lu order that thc practically
inexhaustible mineral, timber and
agricultural resources of the district
may be fully developed, this policy of
governmental aid must be continued.
It is important thut Yale-Cariboo
shall return as its member one who
can direct the attention of the govern
ment to mutters of vital importance to
the district, anil who will support the
government in its aggressive policy of
development. It is particularly important that t':ie electors of this riding
should show their appreciation of the
government's broad, statesmanlike
plan of constructing another transcontinental railway which will be the
chief factor in 0] cuing up the northern
portions of the riding. Branch lines to
connect with the southern transcend
cental line will surely follow and the
whole interior of the province will be
opened up.
Briefly, my policy, so far as Yale-
Cariboo is -concerned, is a policy of development of all its important sections.
Witli a leader whose record fills with
priile nil 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 thc Same time has more closely connected the tics which bind as to the
mother country, and fully endorsing a
policy' which means so much to the
western portion of the Dominion, and
more particularly to the district of
Yale-Carihoo, I await with confidence
your verpict.
Yours very sincerely,
DUNCAN ROSS.
Greenwood, October 6, 1904.
Synopsis of Regulation* for lllsnimnl of v.lni'ruls
on Dominion Lamia In Manitoba, tiie North.
West Territ irles and the Yukon Territory.
Cc-Atr-dual Inmlmiiny be nllrohuietl for $1(1
eor o"i'o fnr soil null iii<1**i» fnr iiiitlinirito.
Nut more tlmii 8HI) not lu fi" nonnlrotl by
oiieliiillvliliinloi'l irany.   ItovMity nt ilio
ruto uf III i taper toll or 21K41 i ihIh -Jmll
in 11,TtriI on irrii-Kiiuttillt.
ocurrz rPoraoiia ol elvliteeli youra oml
over mul joint atoott eoniiiniilea lu>l<linir Iron
rtlllrntos ino.v obtntti entry for n
ill lo.
BIDEN OPERA HOUSE
LEW .IOIINSON, MOB.
Return Engagement
Wednesday, Nov. 2
First Time Here of the Cleverest of
Modern Farces,
BROWN'S
IN TOWN
\
Written by  Mark   E.   Swan  and
interpreted hy
Walker's
Comedians
A Company of Metropolit-nn  Players Undef the Management of
Mr. 0, P* Walker.
Mr. Grnrpi* Berry     Mr. Rarle Stirling
Mr. Williiun Yule      Mr.C. DolVeooliTo
Mr. II. n.Cni'iienier  Mr. Clmi. Murstoi,
MtKOhrlattnePrtnoeMIn Maria Davidson
MlM-Miu-tliaHMi'lilit  Ml*« l---i.li Lu Force
Mhtf-lim.lyl-ei'-'I'Vre
PRICES:   $1.00 AND 75c
Reserved    Heats    at   Woodland's
Drutf Store.
A free   Inltier** certificate U   granted   for
one or more yeort*. uot exoeedlnif Hve, upon
in.1 mi-tit In ihIv nr.* i I $7,601)01' iiiiniiiii for
an Individual, and from 150 to WOO per annum fur ii ei-myaiiy aoeoVduiK ■■■ capital.
A free mliu-r. Iiuvluu discovered eoal In
lilaee. may locate it claim IfiUllxlBLO feet by
marking out the same with two legal post*.
bearing loi-utl m UOttcefli one at each end mi
the ludeor vein.
The claim t*liall be recorded within ittteoii
day*, if located withm ten ml let of a mining
recorder's office, one additioinil day nlhiweil
foi-  each   additional ten  miles or   fraction.
The fee for recording u olaim it M.0U,
At least $100 must be expended on tin-flu tin
curli year or paid to the n.iollig recorder in
lieu t'hereof. ■ lien "-fftl-O bus been expended
urptiid, thc locator may, upon having a BUT-
vey made, ami upon complying witli the
other requirements, pure in w the land at
S1.0J uu acre
Permission may be grented by the Minister
ot tbe Interior to lot-ateol-.Imscontaining
iron ami mica, also copper, in the i uKou
Territory, of ilti urea not excecdiin: IBOaores
The patent for a milling location Khali provide for the puviiH'iit of royalty on tbe sales
iiotexceediu*.' live per ueut.
Hlucer  Mining,  .Muuitoba and the  North-
Went Territories, excepting the Yukon Tor-
rituiy. -I'liicer milling claims -.-eiiorally are
i feet M-uiii-f-:entry fee $5,u0i renewable
yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river
claim's   for  either bin* or bench,the former
being nm feet long aim extending between
high and low Water murk Tae hitter includes bar uigpiugs, but extends book to the
base of the hill or bank* (mt not exceeding
•1000 feet, wbeaftbieam power U u-*ed, olalms
HUll feet wide may be obtained,
Dredgiug in the rivers of Manitoba and the
North- West Territories,excepting '"e Yukon
Territory.—A free miner may obtain only
two lenses of live miles each for u term of
twenty years, renewable In the discretion of
the Minister of tbe Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the siiiV
merged bed or barn of the river below low
water mark-and subjeet to the rights of all
ull persons who have, or who uitiy receive entries for tmr diggings or bench clulmr, except on the Saskatchewan river, where the
lessee  may dredge  to high water mark on
eaoh alternate leasehold.
tho lessee shall hnve a dredge in operation
within one sens')n from the date of the lease
for each five miles, but Where a person or
company has obtained more than one leuse,
one dredji-c for each tlftseu miles or fraction
Is sufficient.  Rental, SU per autiuin for each
mile of liver leased. Koyaity Ot the rute of
2'.. percent collected on the output after it
reaches -lll.timi.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory.—Six
li*Q«u of Hve miles eauii may be grouted to a
free miner for u term of twenty years, oiso
renewable.
I'he lesnee's right Is confined to the sob-
merged beds or bars in the river below low
water water mark, thnt boundary to be fixed
by Its position on the 1st day of August In the
year of the date of the lease.
The lessee siuill hove on© dredge in operation within two year! from 'he date of the
lease, nnd one dredge for eaeh five miles
within six pi'ui'** from such date, Mental,
tlO0-per mile fqr first yeftr, and -sin per mile
for eiicli suhsouueut year. Royalty, same as
placer mining.
l'hieer mining In the Yukon Territory.-
Creek, gulch, river and bill claims shall not
exceed '...ill feet in length, measured ou the
base line or general direction of the Or creek
or gulch, the width being 1000 to 2H-tf AU
other placer claims shall Im iMi feet M-ntire.
('lalmsiire marked by two legal posts, one
at i*n,.|| end, bearing notices Kntry must he
obtained within tell days, if the < lalai is
within ten miles of milling recorder's office.
Ilueiidditioiiiildtty allowed for eneli additional ten miles or fraction,
') be person or eompuny staking n claim
must In.Iii u free miner's.certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is entitled lo
u claim of lO"0 fret lu length, and If the party
CUUttuts   of   two  1600 feet alto-ret her Ihe
output of which no royalty win he charged]
the res) of Ihe party ordinary claim- onlv.
,     hutry fee $10.   Uo.valty at the rute of 2'., per
I cent on tbe value of tlm   gold shipped  from
tbe Yukon Territory, to bo paid to »he Comptroller,
No free miner shall receive a grant of more
Hum one mining cluim on each separate
river, creek nr gulch, lint the mi me miner
1 limy hold an) nuniher of ilnim-* I,*, purchase,
and free miners may work their •duiuis in
partnership by filing notice und paying fee
Of 88. A claim may be abandon, d ami number obtained on the same UMelt. gulch or
river, by giving notice and paving a foe.
Work must he done on tic aim QUI h year to
I the value of at lenst $2QJ,
A eertifleate that work ha- been dune must
I be nhtuiucd ouch year. If not, the (-hum
I shall be deemed lobe nhandonetl, aud open
; to occupation and entry by a I'i ee miner.
The boundaries of a cluim may be defined
absolutely by having o survey made aud pul>-
I -hiug notici's in the Vukon Official Ucstette
Pknioliu'm Ail unappropriated Domln
ion hinds iu Manitoba, the North-West Torri ■
tor lei and within the Yukon Territory nre
open to prospecting for petroleum, and the
Milliliter may reserve for uu individual or
com puny having machinery on the land to he
Iirospocted, au area of 640 acres. Should the
prospector discover oil in paying t|Uautities,
and sutlhfactorily establish such discoverv,
an urea uot exceduig 040 urres, including tile
oil well and such other land a-*may bed. teit
mined, will be sold tu the discoverer at the
rate of $1.00 an nei-e- subject to royalty ut
snob ra"eus may be specilieil by urdei-iu-
coiiiicll.
JAMES A. SMART,
Deputy of the Minister ofthe Interior,
Departiiienl of the Interior, Oltuwa.
'
Claims and A'tomi'lisumknts—
We do move than just promise you
good printing—>vo do the printing
Unit's tip to our promises. AnyoHice
nub can promise—we execute. No
disnppbjntmeut—if we promisowovk
on a diiti1, it's done at that time.
The Palm
WM   p.
NBWMN,
I'roprli-ti r
A KltKSH STOCK OP
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
A linndsniiii'lv fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. MIDGE AID FIRST SHEETS'
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 t<i Grand Forks 1ms been opened up for the inspection of the
ladies of the city. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg, Correct styles. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
your fall purchases.* FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING in connection.
cTWISS M. E. WEBB
CASK BLOCK, COR. BUI UGH AND SECOND STS.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
&
R
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THK
COZIKST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
PuOPWKTOIt.
THI
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
PANS
IN UVKltY
CORNER
■3
/I
N Good Things
In the Grocery Lines are always on sale ill c-ur establishment,
The spice that's nice, the pepper that's hot,
Anil the mustard that's lit to put in the pot.
Are among our fresh seasonings of unsurpassed purity.
Our Fine Groceries
Are known far and wide, and have an enviable fame. He who won't
be advised can't be helped, but we can help you if you'll purchase our
goal Tea, Coffee, eto.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P. R. Station
YALE
TRANSFER
COMPANY
Tom Peterson
of
Heavy and Light praying
all Kinds Done Promptly.
Driving and Saddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
WOOD FOR SALE
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.    *
Office over Hunter-
Phone 27. Kendriok Co.'s Store.
OKANUY STREET,
Phone 85. GRAND FORKS | GKO.       CHAPPLE
Leave orders at the Palm Fruit Store
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
R. C. MOTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning,-Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Citin Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Gppuflite J. W. Join's' Furniture Store.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
|kN0X  PRBSBYTBRIAN   OHUROH, Grand
j     Forks    .I.     K.    I'fil.rrtson,     H.A   ,    panto*',
I    ServiceK every Sunday ut 11 a.m. nni 7lB0 p.
m.iSumluy sei i und llilile eluss, H u. m.i
1 Westminster (Jiiilil of C. K., Tuesiluy, b
1 p.m.
FIRST METHODIST OHUROH Corner Main
1 , and Fifth titt.. 17 Manuel, put-tor. Serviees
I every Sunday at 11 u.m. and 7.3li p.m.:
i   class meet!us nt olosa of morning torvlce*
I    Sunday  m-h-inl and  Whin olaxaat 8 p. in.:
i    prayer meetliif-; every   Thursday   rvi-nin*-
|    nt 8o'clock. The iml.lieiseoidially invlteil.
HOLY TRINITY CHUH'.H (Chiii-oli  of Bug-
laud), Grand  Forks, Henry Sti*ele,  virar-
Huly Commuulun, h u. m.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 u. m.; Sunday school. 3 p. in. i
eveiitong hudlermon, 7i8t) p. in.  All are
eonlially Invited.
; WANTED-MKN AND WO.MKN tn this count)
1 and adjolniut; territories to represent Uli'l
advertise uu o'd estahlished house of solid
Hiiuticiitl stutidiiiir.   Salary to men ill  week*
; ly, to women 918 to CIS weakly- with expenses
, udvanoed each Monday hy eheek direet trow
- headquarter*. Horse and luiciry furnished
| when neresiary; posit.ou permanent. Address,   Hlew   liros.   &  Co., Dept.   A.   Monon
Hidir.Cllil-Hjro.lll.
NOTICE
CALL NOW
And {,'et measured for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
nut guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. Heo us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MHHOHANTTAlIiOR)
QRAND PORKS- H. C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate lViiiisvlvuniii C'<a 11.-^*r<- uf
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Olliee in Megaw llliii-k.
Phone 138.       Orand Forks-, B.C.
NOTICK IS HEREBY   GIVEN THAT THK
m»-iiurtiiiirHlil|j heretofore   exiHliiii; l»t>-
twoeti the undersigned aa hotelkeepor. Ill tin-
PaoiHo Hotel, (.riiiiil forks. H. ('.. under tin-
firm iiiiiiii. nf Sloggy * Donald, bua bnon Hill
ilny illaaolveil l»y mutualeonaont. am ,ip|,is
.tile,  tin' aaid   firm are to   be poldtoO.V.
Rloggy. and nil partnerablo debta aooolititeil
for tu the firm lire tu bv nniil I.v him.
0, V. SI.OQUY,
THOS. DONALD.
Witness:   I.. 9. Mohhihon.
Hated this 12th day nf S.-i-t.-itil,...'. IIHI4.
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
SUTH-K.
PEER Mineral rlulm, altllata in tin- Grand
forks .Uiuluir IHrlsloii nf Vide Dlltrlot.
Where loooteul   In Hnrnt ll.isiti.
TAKE NOTICK iimt i K Hi I.   Burnet,
■   uf Rqaalatid, II. Cugenl for Robert  E,
Onitifi.nl, I't Ml 'slVrllllniH, No. Ilirail:
I--1-.-.I Lauge, l-'r.... Ulner'a Cortlltoata No.
B74IBJ.niid'nliii Sliaw.l'ree Minor1! L'arilfl-
rule No  II8UIS7, hit I, alxty day, ft t the
data hereof, lo uni.lr to Hn. Mii.1,,1.- Reuordei
lorn Cerlillente of   ltn|.r..v ills, for the
nurtloae of obtaining n Crown (Irani or th,
above olaim.
Anil In, H,,'i tube notice Hint lirti Illnlei'
Serilmi ;». mini 1 1 ,1 before ihe
Imni f Ii<'erllllenleiif loi|ir,,teu t>.
Illlleil ll.i.i.. •Iflli.hin.f.Inly. A.M. III.U.
M-.NMiTII  I.  UUllNKT, IM..S
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To tin*  itiianl of LfoentliiB UoihihImIoiibw
til anil foptllO QltJ ul (iiiinil Forkie
NOTinM li hereby slveit tlmt tin- iiiulni
■Ijitti'd will, mi tin \i meeti 11« uf th
Ilnnnl i-i   LIceiniiiK Com mini otic 11 lo/. th
City nl  (inuiii Porhi, apply for n t.'flinfe.
ut tin* Hun 1 i.n-i-iiM- grunted In rei|teotof
tho "VViiuiipiTt" WJfitflpeif avenue.  Oram)
Porks, from me to t-.mii Larson,
Diitid at 1.rami lorlis, ".»'.. tllll Btli iluy uf
All^llNt. I!'   I.
NORMAN JAOKSON
PROCLAMAT
I'ni.i.isii Division No. (i—Coropris-
in); thu provincial cleatot-nl district of
Siinilkiikm Polling will beheld in
this tlivUioiral tho following sttit.uin,
No
No
up
•     W. II   P. CI.HMKNT
FooLee flJPiTi p«
LAUNDRY
HiiiilMturH, t-M-lli.-lt-.-i-H,
NotuHun, Ktc.
PINE LAUNDERING*
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AX J)
.SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
, lii.l.'ii fllook, Corner \Vliml|tex Avenue ami
Pint Street.
QRAND FORKS, H. 0.
NICK   AND  IRONED BY       fjjSANI) FOHKS FEDERAL LA-
MACHINERY,     NEW u    I*,,,.   Union  No.   231, A.L.U.-^
MKN EMPLOYED.
Next   to   Chinese   Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
Meets    every   Wednesday   evening
nt 8 o'clock in   Federal   Union  hall,
DAN KflLLY, Prow.
Jas. A. HAKRIS, Sou.
EIrrhmf Dint rid Yak-Varilm,, to HV/:   j\  \
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
to tin; eleotors of tho electoral
district aforesaid, tlmt, in obedience
to) His Majesty's writ tu me directed,
and bearing date the twenty-ninth
day of September, 1904,1 require the
presence of the said electors at Raven's
Hall in the city of Kamloops, on
TUESDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
NOVEMBER, 19-J4, from noon until
two of the clock in the afternoon, for
the purpose of nominating a person to
represent them in the House of Commons of Canada; and that in case a
poll is demanded and allowed in the
manner by law prescribed, such pull
will be opened on the twenty-
second day pf November, in tho
year nineteen hundred and four, from
the 1 lour of nine in the form ton till
live of tlte 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. HorseHy
•2. Stanley 10.  Keith lev Creek
■'1.  Quesnel 11. Riskie Creel;
i. Alexandria      ™'2.  Alexis Creek
0. Soda Creek        13.  Heaver Lake
6. Spence's Bridge 14. Fraser Lake
7. Quesnel ForkH  10.  Hanceville
S. Bullion
Polling Division No. 7'—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Lillooet. Polling will lie held in this
division at the following station--.,
namely:
No. No.
1. Clinton 9. Lillooet
2. 83-Mile House, IU. Pavilion
D.A.Stoddart'sll. Kmpire Valley
■'(. Bonaparte 12. Watson Bar
I. Big Bar Creek
5. Dog Creek 18. Ample .Mine,
(i. Alkali Lake Cayoosh Creek
7. North Lac La 14. Fraser    Itiver,
Hache Pachelt{ua
iS. Lac La Hache
Polling Division No. .'t—Com r r-
ing the provincial ele itoral district ul
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 line commencing
at the north-east comer of tlte provincial electoral district of Chilliwack,
thence following thc Fraser river to a
point one mile beyond the village of
Yale, and thence following a straight
jine to the nortli*east corner of the
provincial electoral district of Dewdney.
No. Nn.
1, Spuzzum ■). Lower Nicola
2, Camp No. 1G    10. Coutlee
3, North fend       11. Nicola Lake
■ I.   Kci'lVr 12. Aspen Qrove
."i,  Lytton             13, Thyune's ranch
(i. Spence's Bridge 14. Mammet Lake
7.  Ashcioft            16. Coldwater
6. Cache Creek
Polling Division No   4—Compris
[ng the provincial electoral district of
Kamloops, Tolling will lie held in
this division al the following  stations,
namely:
No.    ' No.
1. Savona 10. (.rand Pra'rie
2. Kamloops II. Tuppen sitting
.'!.  ICaiuloupM 12.  tCuftlt
\.  Kamloojjs        13. Notch Hill
h.   West Side N.     II.   Sieamntis
Thompson river l">. Salniuu Arm
ti. Bust side N.    I»i. Griffin Lake
Thompsonriver 17. Malakwa
7. Louis Creek     Iti. Quilchonu
8. .Monte ('reek      ID.  ('leiieinnm
i). Shuswap 2i). CampbellCiedc
21. Stump Lake
Pollino Division No, 5- -Compris*
Ing tho provincial electoral distirct of
Okanagan.   Polling   will   be   hold ill
this di vision at thu following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Penticton 12, Cherry Creek
2. Summerland IB. Salmon    Hi ver
3. Peaehland Bridge
4. West Hank I I. Okanagan
5. Kelownti IB.  Armstrong
(i.  Benvuulin 16, Endorby
7. Com nage 17. Mara
8. Vernon 18- Deep Creek
9. Vernon IB.  Hull Car
10. Lumby -"■ Canoe Creek
11. Mabel' Uke 21. Silver Creek
1. Heaverdell 9. Voigt's G
2. Westbridge       10.  ICerei'ueoH
3. Rocl< Creek 11.   lledlev
1. Sidiev.Mount'n  12.  Nickel Platem
t), Cp, Mclvinnev 13. Princeton
li. Okanagan Kails 14. Oranite Creek
\\ 15. Tulameen, <H
S.   White Lake ter, Flat
Polling Division No. 7—Comprising the provincial electoral district pf
(irrnwood. Polling will be held in
fchi^division at the following stations,
namely;
No.   ' N...
1. Greenwood     <i.  Kholt
2. (Ireenwood       7.   Deadwood
3. (Ireenwood      8.   Denoro
4. Midway l-K   Kock Creek
•r). Boundary Falls
Polling Division No. 8—Comprising the provincial electoral district
of (Irand Forks, Polling will beheld
in this division at the following stations, namely:
No. '   '        No.
1. Grand Forks   ">. i'hoenix
2. Grand Forks   6. Cascade
%fi. Grand Forks   7. Bannock
4. Phoenix 8. Carson
AND FURTHER, that on the
tenth day of December, li)()4, at the
city of Kamloops, 1 shall open tho bill
lot boxes, add Up the votes given for
the several candidates and return as
elected thc one having the majority of
votes.
Of which all) ersons 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.
The question.! What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 84.'
.lust arrived, up-to-date Re:idv-to-
Wciu's.    MitfeM. K.Webb, Milliner.
Wanted—Lidy or m tit, wit i so u •
experieiiecin nrwsing   an!   r-pdriu'
gentlemen's -md laiieV clothe..    Call
ai   Johnson's     it'1; tvating    11 • i*
Main ami RiversM-.
"Ihe h&*t is t' heipest.    m •">
}]•'■ irnisui, and it is inure s > w'lh
I'fiit thnn anything else. Tltr* !■ ■•,
will tilvvnv.-i lie foun ! nl D.innl 1- m's,
LADIES W VNTED.
A liid'iiir KvKitoKTit: Wo.MAN
woman's work. Permanent position,
old established l)'isin<-ss houveof solid
financial standing, iSalary tl'2 to $18
weekly, with expenses, paid each Monthly direct Eromheadqui'toi's. ICxpenses
n Ivtmced We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, 020 Monon Block;
Chicairo, 111.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
Fur   Grand    Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
.CANADA'S GREATEST NUilSERIES
Newest varieties amlspe-ial-
ties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Hoses*. A permanent
situation, and territory re-
nerved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
fit free. Write for particu-
larsand'setid 25 COnts for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees*
and plants for insects,
STONE.t WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nuhsismks,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
3 ««fltf:>*»a*a)crtw»tt**«^
w
o
o
D
TheCityWoodYard
Is now ready to supply Tamarack and
Kir Wood in any
length.
Yours for orders,
FRANCIS & STONE.
Office:  Kutherford's Stable,
Second Street Phone 129
0   »»«ooHS««t.i)»s»»«««ll««««ot.«o«(i»«OM*«oc«»oOoO»oo«<.
u
NION HOTEL AND MUSIC HALL
Bar Supplied With the  Finest Lines of Wines,   Liiptors
and Cigars.    LUNCH   COUNTER  MEALS Served at
All Hour
Finely Furnished Rooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A largo consignment nf Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
TjiI.I.-.- nnil Snfus just arrived. Call and inspect thorn.
Also 11 sioi-k nf Blonkots, (Jnills. Pillows, etc., Ui bo sold
nt greatly reduced priccn. See our display ol Pictures
[or Christmas.
i:ivi:i;mih: avenue, qhand fohks, n. 1;
RIDERAGENTSWANTED
In each town to take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Belllse," complete $8.75
" COSSack," fiiiai-ainml High Orailc $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
"Heudorf,"      RoadBaoer       $14.75
no better bieyelo at any price.
Any other mukc or model you want at one-third
usual price. Choleo of auy standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicyeles.   btrongesl ijuaruntee.
Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL C. O. IX to any onn
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL bcloro purehaso Is binding,
500 Second Hand Wheels <>Q .   ((ft
Inkun In trailu by our Clifraio retail stores, Un) 10 WU
all tnaki-H and niodola. irooU as new	
MllflT DIIV » Weyrle nnlll yon linvn wrllen (or our
RU1 DUI FACI0HV PRICES MIO FREE T'lftL OFFER.
Tires, equlpmenl, aundrle, anil anortlnir itimxIs of all klinltt. at half rvioilnr prliv.
In our bin bee lundry catalog. Cmiintiisa world of useful liifnriuatlun. »rlU'fi|rlt.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III.
fi W.K.C.MANLYf
-?
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
CJ
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET
0
Pacific Hotel
FiRST-oLAas ink vunv
RESPECT.
SAMPLE ROOMS FOB
COMMKHCIAI.
TltAVKf.l.KltS
C. V. SLOGGY, Proprietor
Bur in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, opposite c. i", it. station,
Liquors and Cigars, OH AND FORKS, B. C,
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following tabic gives'the ore shipments-of Boundarv mines for   1000, 1901,
1903, 190-1, nnd for Hie past week:
1000
Granhv Mines,Phoenix  64,583
Showshoc. I'hoenix       297
Brooklyn, I'hoenix	
Mother Lode, limd-v oil.    5,840
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. .Mine. Summit   19,494
Emma, .Summit	
Senator, ,'uinmit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
firey Pogle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Mountain Hose	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1,070
Goldon Crown, Wellington     2,250
Athekan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mini;, Central	
Citv of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        KiO ,
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, (ireenwood	
K. P. U. and Goldfinch	
.Miscellaneous     3.3K0
1903,
1001.
1002.
100-1
1001    fast Week
231,7112
309,858
393.181
447,200
9,2-10
1,721
20,800
74,212
150
7,663
1,740
99,03-1
141,321!
138,079
150,012
2,784
804
7,455
15,731
273
150
3,33!)
47,405
14,811
19,305
050
8,530
22,937
32.099
924
,103
2,185
165
15,537
14,9111)
222
354
1,222
ot;
165
1,040
785
025
2,435
550
5,040
3, (Soli
240
005
482
350
2,175
219
99,1
400
167
661
305
246
5,801
325
Total.  Ions	
'Ii'anliv Smelter treated
A PLEASURE TO SHOW,
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printing
H, E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
Granby Hotel
Most Co.yvbkient-
i.y Located Hotel
in the Citv. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Bar Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINES, IIQUOBS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS,,B.C,
Harness Shop
Wo have opened up in the
HAKNNKSS AND SADDLERY business on
Bottlinif Works
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our .Stock' ia the most
complete in the Boundary rlirtrict, und is being constantly
added to by the o-irival of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette   C&  Co.
Grand Forks, B. C.
N. D. McINTOSH
FIHST   STREET, IIIUMII   KORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in Stoek nnd Sold lled-Koek Prices. Largest Variety of
Goods in the City.
A'evv and Second-Hand Goods
Bought and Sold. Call and Inspeet My floods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
Stoves a Specialty See Mac for Bargains
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELXAN  &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
ww°wi$
,99,780   890,000   507,515   684,426   061,161     15:324
62,387   280,828   312.840   101,921   483,481 _ Hl.OtO
THE GERMS OF CATARRH
Not only attack the passages of the
head anil throat, but finally reach the
lungs and cause i o isinnption. N.ith-
ing destroys oatarrh so quickly as fragrant, healing Catarrhozone, which relieves the cough, stops the discharge,
takes all soreness from the throat. "I
consider Catarrhozone has no equal as
it eure for catarrh and lung trouble,"
writes .lames E. Wetherell of Brighton. "It eured mc after many good
dieters failed to even relieve my trouble." Catarrhozone can't fail to cui'e
— it's guaranteed. Two months' treatment SI.00; trial size 26c. II. E.
Woodland, druggist.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government olliee at
Grand Forks, II. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from October
20th to L'7th inclusive:
CEHTIFICAT.ES OP WORK.
Motile, North Eagle mountain,
John Holm.
Triplicate fraction, Summit camp,
J. F. Cunningham.
1'aystreak, Wellington camp, F.
M. Gnslin.
Sunrise, Hardy mountain, Urlin
et al.
Maple Leaf, Franklin camp, H.
W. Young.
Twilight, Franklin camp, Fecund
Young.
Winchester, Franklin ciinip, A.
J. Fee.
Shamrock III, Summit camp, II.
Lauder.
Iron Chief fraction, Wellington
camp, Nelson ct ul.
No. IN, Greenwood, John Mulligan.
REyfllll) OK LOCATION'S
Joscy, Granite mountain, Tim
Townserid.
Wonderful, McRae creek, II. P.
Jackson.
TIIAN'SFKIIS.
Hot Air(j-), Franklin cnnip,'Hy
Watlin to David Whiteside.
Lone Pine, Franklin eamp, Hv
Watlin to David Whiteside.
J unset (all), Franklin camp, Hy
Watlin to David Whiteside.
CERTIFICATES O.F IMI'HOVKMKNT,
El Rio, Wellington eamp, The
lirilish Columbia Lumber Co,
YOUNG LADIES, READ THIS
If you nre bothered with pimp]t>s
rashes or ugly blotches on your (ace, if
your complexion is sallow, it's an evi-
denee that you require Ferrozone to
tone up your blond. Ono Ferioune
Tablet taken at meals makes the complexion like peach bloom, cheeks Boon
become rosy, eyes bright, you'll lie the
picture uf health. Thousands of lailics
keep up their youthful appearance
with Fen ozone, why not you? Price
5' c, at Et, E. Wuudlun I's, drug-gist.
WANTED.
Special Representative in this
county and adjoining territories to
represent and 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, CIO Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
'      ^0
Santa  Claus'
Headquarters
W. H. ITTER & CO.
Received, a letter from
Santa Claus, saying: I
am sending you all the
Toys, Fancy Goods and
Noveltiesthisyear. Your
store will not be large
enough to hold half the
beautiful things.
Besides all kinds of Toys, Fancy
Goods and Novelties, I am sending you
Enough Beautiful
CHINAWARE
to Open a China Store.
Please ask all the little people to make
out a list of what they would like and
send it to the store.
And don't forget to serve
Tea and Cake again to
the ladies this year.
W. H. ITTER « CO.
TELEPHONE All5

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