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Sun.
*6h
Fourth Year.—No. 4
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, November 11, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
What They Have Done Toward  Building  Up  the
Greater Canada.
Revenue Has Doubled Since
Laurier Assumed the
Management.
The Conservative government was
like thc celehratcd Macawher, of
whom Mr. Dickens says: "He
solemnly conjured, me to take warning hy his fate and to observe that,
if a man had twenty pounds for his
income and spent nineteen pounds
nineteen shillings and six pence, he
would he happy; but if ho spent
twenty pounds one, he would be
miserable. After which he borrowed
a .-.hilling from mc for porter, gave
me an order on Mrs. Macawber for
the anioiiiit.and put away his pocket
handkerchief and cheered up."
Look nt tin.' following figures:
Under the Conservative regime:
Expendi-
Itevenue.   ture.
1894, per head of population  $7.29   $7.54
1895, per head of population      6.75     7.58
1S96, per head of popn-
lation     1.2',)      7,'IQ
Showing 81.14 less revenue than
expenditure, to which deficit ii to
be added money borrowed to pay for
public works.
Under ihe Liberal regime since
1897 there has neon a gradually
growing increase in the excess of
revenue over expenditures. Take
the last three years:
Expend
Beveime     ture.
1901 $ 9.75        Sr-.TO
1902   1(1.6+ 9.30
1908    11.91 9.35
Showing revenue of S4.II0 in excess
of expenditure, and the public
works have been paid fur ns they
were done.
The country bus still to pay the
Conservative Macuwber's notes in
the shape of borrowed money.
The truest economy is to live well
within your iiicomo, whether it be
uu individual or u government. The
Liberal government have not only
lived well within their income, but
have saved millions of dollars for
the country, while tho people have
had more spending money than ever
before in Ihe history of Canada.
Under the Conservatives the publio debt, which in 1896 bad reached
tlio sum total ot 1258,407,482, was
increased by $118,186,808; oral Ihe
rate of $0,598,076 per annum.
Under the Liberals the increase in
eight years bus been practically not
one dollar.
In 1890 the public debt per head
of population was $50.61.
In 1904 the public debt per head
of population was 846.31.
In the liisl seven years of their
regime the Conservatives spent 37
millions on public works, more than
half of which was provided for by
addition to the debt. In the seven
years of Liberal government 65 millions have been expended on capita]
account for beneficial public works,
and not a dollar added to the public
debt.
Conservatives are apt to sneer at
the claim that tbis is Canada's growing time.    Look at tbe figures:
luereuae liioreaHo
18 yeara of 7 years of j
Conaervutivea. Lllierala.
Total foreil!" trade..'..t 66,000,000 *228.UOO,(KHI
E»p. Canadian produce   42,1100,000   lOI.Otm.MKI
Dank circulation     20,000,000     41,1)00,0011
Bank dlaoolinta    101,000,0011    181,000,000
Deposit! ill bank.'      105,000,000    215,000,™
Rnlltni)tonuui,'o(toinO   16,000,000     88,01)0,000
Aaaeta lu banka   110,000,000    825,000,000
Letters posted    72,000,000   118,000.000
Kxp.Cau. manufactures    5,000,000     11,00(1,000
The revenue increased from 1896
to 1903 from .'10 to 63 millions, while
it decreased 2 millions during the
last seven years of Conservative rule.
It is most important to bear in mind,
in regard to the increased expenditure by tbe Liberals, thut the increased expenditure necessitated by
the great development of this country has been met without increasing
the rate of taxation, without imposing burdens on the people, und without increasing the public debt. On
the contrary, the rate of customs
taxation, which is the greatest source
of revenue,' has been, and is, considerably lower, postage rates are
smaller, and tho public debt has
been decreased.
Vote for Duncan Ross au the 22nd,
and shuw your approval of the foregoing
splendid Liberal record.
¥111
THE AMERICAN ELECTION
FOIt HOOSliVKLT.
Estimated Elector
Plurality.    Vote.
Colorado   10,000
California  50,000
Conncctiout  32)000
Delaware     5,900
Idaho  25,000
Illinois 'JOJ.OOO
Indiana  55,000
Iowa 140,000
Kansas 100,000
Maine...    17,000
.Maryland      1,000
Massachusetts  80,000
Michigan 112,000
Minnesota 100,000
Missouri  35,000
Montana     2,000
New Jersey  50,000
Nebraska.!  40,000
New Hampshire. .. 20,000
Nevada	
New York 185,000
'North Dakota   25,000
Ohii 154,000
Oregon    10,000
Pennsylvania 390,000
Rhode Island   90,000
South Dakota  50,0011
Utah     8,000
Vermont   30,000
West Virginia     5,000
Washington  30,000
Wisconsin  110,000
Wyoming   10,000
I'OII  I'AIIKKH.
Alabama   75,000
Arkansas    10,000
Florida  18,000
Georgia  46,000
Kentucky   10,1	
Louisiiiua  35,000
Mississippi  50,000
North Carolina  50,000
South Carolina  25,000
Tennessee  25,000
Texas 100,00:)
Virginia   25,000
Granby Officials Look Over
Their Grand Forks Reduction Plant.
ia
138
Trueinaii, the photographer, arrived
in the city this week from Vancouver,
and will remain at Bluiime's old stand
until Friday, Nov. 18. Now is the
time to sit for your photo;
John Donaldson is down in the
Colville valley this week, securing a
stoek of fruit for bis store here.
Martin Welch, the well known
Great Northern railway contractor
gave a dinner to about twenty-live
of his friends at the Vale lust Sunday evening.
Comic Opera to Be Rendered
This   Evening and
To-Morrow.
Jay lJ. Graves, of Spokane, manager of the Granby smelter; J. Lang-
eloth und George Martin Luther, of
New York, directors of the Granby
Consolidated, and J. 11. F. Herres-
hoff, ol New York, and Dr. R. De-
Neuffville, of Berlin, Germany, arrived in the eity Wednesday evening
in their private ear over die Great
Northern, und spent the entire day
yesterday inspecting tbe big reduction works here. Lust night the
party left for Phoenix, where the
company's big mines will be examined by the visitors.
The Calgary Herald speaks very
highly of the "Beggar Prince" Comic
Opera company, which is lo present
''Era Diavolo" this evening find "La
Mascottc" tomorrow eveniig ut thc
Grand Forks opera bouse. It says
the coinnany wus in excellent form,
and gave u pleasing rendition of this
most tuneful opera, besides three
catchy songs given by the manager,
Mr. Wade. In all respects tbe pieces
put on by tne Beggar Prince coini-
puny are accurate in detail und differ
in character from those in the largei
cities only in ihe number of pcopl
employed ; Ihe quality is the same.
Frit Diavolo is rich in fetching airs,
und contains numerous solos. Thi
hits nf sidelights are comical and
contribute substantially to the enter-
PUBLIC MEETING
Will be held in the Grand
Forks Opera House Tuesday Evening, Nov. 15th.
Addresses will be deliver*^ by
HON, SENATOR TEMPLEMAN
W. W. B. MGINNES, M.P.P.
AND
DUNCAN ROSS
Tin: i.iniiii.M. cwiiiiuth.
Opposition speakers invited.
Chair taken at eight
o'clock.
God Save the King.
tuiiiinent. As rendered last night
Fro Diavolo is especially attractive I"
lovers of music. Seals for the Grand
Forks porforuianees iiiuv be secured
ut Wnodlnnd's drug store. Admission, 75 cents; reserved seats, SI.OO,
The cum- of the owners of .the Iron
Chief mineral claim, located on
Fnurlh of July creek, against Louis
Jackson for cutting lies on the property, has attracted a great deal of attention in Judge Cochrnno's court
during the present week. The case
was remanded for trial at the next
session of a court of competent jurisdiction.    This is  the lirst prosecu
tion of this nature that has over been
made in this scctiou, and the out-
Come of the litigation is being
watched for with a great deal of interest.
During the month of November
Rov. J. R. Robertson will preach a
series of three sermons on "Human
Powers in Christian Character" at
the evening services in Knox church.
The subjects will be as follows: Sunday, Nov. 13, "Physical Powers in
Christian Character;" Sunday, Nov.
20, ".Mental Powers;" Sunday, Nov.
27, "Moral Powers." The young people are especially invited.
The anniversary services in Knox
church last Sunday and Monday
we.ie exceedingly interesting anil
highly appreciated. Thc Sunday
services, conducted by Rev. J. T
Ferguson, of Nelson, were very helpful. On Monday the large audience
thut filled the church greatly enjoyed all the musical selections and
ministerial addresses and refresh-1
merits. Many words of congratulation were spoken to the congregation
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robertson for tbe
happy completion of five years'
work.
The public is invited to take part
in a debate under the auspices of the
Grand Forks Socialist League next
Monday night nt the Orange hall,
Morrison block. The subject will
be: "Rjsolved, that it is to the best
interest of the workingman to support the Socialist platform." An
interesting time is promised.
Miss Lily Taylor has recovered
altera week s illness.
Ti'ueuian, Photographer, of Vancouver, B. C, will be Blooine's old
stand, Bridge street, until Friday
noon, November 18th. Now is the
time to have a photo taken that will
please you.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Walker, of
Grimsby, (Int., visited at the home
ol Mr. anil Mrs. II. C. Kerman for a
lew days this week. 'I'he visitors
own a large Ontario farm, and are
making an extended vacation trip.
I'hey will return home by way of Sun
I'Yunciseo, New Orleans and Chicago,
Sil now for your photo while an
opportunity presents itself to have
the hest by Trueman of Vancouver,
11. C. Blooine's old stand, Bridge
street.
Acting on ihe suggestion made in
the last issue of Tiik Srx, Mr. Lew
Johnson, manager of the Biden
opera house, announces that that
popular amusement resort will hero-
Oler lie known ns the Grand Forks
opera bouse.
W. W. B. Midlines, M.L.A., will
-tump ilie Boundary, Similkameen
nni Okanagan districts next week in
the intere.-is of Duncan Rom, the
Liberal candidate iu Yale-Cariboo.
The Spokane chamber of com;
nierce have announced their inten*
lion of visiting the Kootenay ami
Boundary on their annual excursion
next year. Tbey will go In North-
port, aud, after inspecting the biiioI-
ter there, will visit Nelson nml Boss-
land, subsequently coming lo Ihe
Boundarv country, returning home
via the ureal Northern.
According to a certain ollieials
business methods, the more vim owe
thu city the inure corporation patronage you arc entitled to.
('has. Hay returned this week
from a visit to his sons, who are
ranching in the Northwest Territory.
A rich discovery of native copper
has been made at the Athelstan
mine of the Montreal A Boston Consolidated, in Wellington camp. The
values al Ihe Atbelslaii have heretofore been principally gold.
6, E. Lane, chief electrician nt (he
(iraiulby smelter, returned from
Coleman this week, having com*
pitted the installation of an electric
plant for the International Coal &
Coke company al thai place.
j Judge Leamy left this week for
; Trout Luke City, where he will hold
counlv court sessions.
That Is the Combination the
Yale-Cariboo Electors
Will Accept.
Supporters Expect to Give
Him a Very Laree
Majority.
The meeting in tho interests of
Duncan Ross, the Liberal candidate
fnr this district held at Denoro Tuesday evening, was largely attended and
proved very successful. Mayor Nadeu
nf Greenwood presided, and the speakers were Duncan Ross, the candidate;
Smith Curtis, cx-M.P.P., of Rossland,
anil F. J. Deane, of Nelson. Thursday
evening a meeting in Mr. Ross' interests was held at Phoenix, at which
the same speakers were present.
A big rally will be held in Green-
Wood tonight, when Hon. Senator
Templeman, of Victoria, inul W. W.
B. Mclnnes, M.L.A., will he the principal speakers.
Next Tuesday evening Duncan
Ross, Senator Teiupleinun and W. W.
B. Mclnnes will hold a lug public
meeting iu the Grand Forks opera
house in this city. Opposition speakers are invited to attend.
Smith Curtis, of Rossland, is doing
splendid work. His masterly presentation of the government's railway
policy ami of the various legislative
enactments aft'ecsting the interest* of
wage earners, introduced since Irv.'i'.,
hy the Liberal id,iiiiiistratiiin, is having a telling ofl'eet all through this
section.
Next week Smith Curtis will address meetings in the interests of W.
A. Galliher in the Slocan district.
Ralph Smith, M.P. of Nanaimo,
andR. G. Macpliersnn, M.P. of Van
conver, will address meetings in Mr.
Ross" interests throughout the Okanagan district next week. Tonight they
will speak at Ashcrofl, and tomorrow
night ai Clintoni
Senator Templeman and W. W. 1'..
Mclnnes will hold a meeting in Boss'
interests at Kamloops on their return
from the Boundary.
The Liberal organization through-
Out (he Boundary district is excellent.
Duncan Ross is assured of it substantial majority, but his friends intend to
put forth special efforts during the remaining few days of the campaign
with a view of securing fur him such
an evidence of popular endorsement us
will naturally stenghten his hands at
Ottawa. Reports received from the
northern portions of the district indi-
eato a very lurge majority for Mr. Boss.
The greatest activity prevails among
Ihe Liberal workers, and thev do not
propose io let. Bios' majority in the
north I'a'l below the biggest majority
he a'au posaihl^ ptl In tho Boundary
section. Duncan lo ■ ..Ml go to Ol
lawn with W. A. Galliher for ihe next
'meeting nf parliament, ami if the Liberals of Yale .Cariboo iwhiovo their desire, he will go there wilh* a majority
al his hack oven greater lliaii  the big
mafority Kootenay is exj ted to give
Galliher.
Prooiikss—One of the best signs
ot the rovivitl of business is tbe [act
thut our enterprising fellow townsman, A. D. Morrison, bus found it
necessary to acquire more commodious quarters to bouse his large stoek
of goods, and afford more room for
a proper display of ihe Christmas
novelties now on the wuy here. He
hns leased ihe large brick building on
Bridge street formerly occupied by
tbe Fraser Drug Co., and will proceed at once to lit it up ill recherche
style on metropolitan lines. Mr.
Morrison expects lo be able to move
into his new premises in Ihe near
future.
Christinas goods are beginning to
arrive in goodly quantities for local
merchants. "if you buy it of Morrison it's all
right."
oA MOST
RELIABLE
PLACE
to purchase (I I Jewelry, is the
place where you know of whom
you are buying—you have the
assurance of !i business reputation
and guarantee that goes with
every Hale, livery article pur-
chased of -Morrison proves its
worth ami the reliability of the
store, and the customer always
eomes again.
"You have the most accommodating, store, Mr. Morrison," said
a lady customer the other day.
V'I always feel satisfied with what
F get here," she added.
It is our idea of Btorokeepirtg
to make people satisfied ; they
come again—they send others—
we think it pays.
A. D. MORRISON
Jeweler nnd Optician.
URAND FORKS,  H.C
Always vour money's worth.
GJlj? Bmung £>mt
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KVKXINflS AT ORAND FORKS, II.C, 11Y
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SUI1S011IPT10N  RATES!
One year....$2.00 I Threemonths. .HO
Sixmonths .. 1.00 \ One month 20
Advertising rales furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 nnd ii ('Is. per line.
Address all communications tn
Tin: EVENING Hun,
Phone 55. grand forks; n. o.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 191)4
Everybody is in favor of the Grand
Trunk Paeine railway, now that the
Liberals arc in power and the mad is
assured. Even thc Conservative newspapers, which for months have assailed the project, can now see everything good in it ; and this is what
the ultra-Conservative Nelson Tribune snys of the benefits to llritish
Columbia resulting from tbis work:
"Thc commencement of work on tic
Grank Trunk Pacific on tho Pacific
coast end will cause thousands to
flock In its coast terminus. There
will bo men looking for contracts
and for work on tho railway itself ;
men looking for business openings at
tho terminus and at the towns tlmt
will spring up along the road ; there
will be prospectors and adventurers ;
there will  be  all  kinds  of   j pie
looking for all kinds of money.
Within a few years the northern part
of the Province will be as populous
as thc southern is today. What
Hritish Columbia needs most is population that can support itself on tin
resources of the country. The building of the (irand Trunk Pacific will
bring the population ; and the population will develop the resources of
the country." Vote for Duncan Ross
nml the Liberal government, which in
progressive enough in huild up the coun-
try uml develop tin- WcsCs resources,
Some short-sighted citizens of
Grand Forks are advancing thc argument that the electors hero should
not vote for Duncan because he is a
Greenwood man, The Liberal government is strongly entrenched in
power, and whether elected or not,
Mr. Ross will have the patronage of
Ihe tiding. Thc surest way to antagonize him is by Grand Forks showing
an animus against him. It is not a
question of politics now; it is a question of business. Vote far Ihegovern-
ment candidate and the next meinlirr fnr
Yale-Cariboo,
As a lightning change artist the
manager of Thc Ne.WS-Qa7.etto is in a
class by himself. One month ago
ho wanted to Bupport the Liberal
candidate and expressed the wish
"to show up thc Conservative party
in (Irand Forks": today he is an -ardent booster for tho Conservatives,
and in another week goodness knows
what he'll be, possibly a Socialist.
All election is not won by shunting
or cheering, but hy getting the voto'r.-
to mark their ballots for the can li
date of your choice.* The best eansu
may be defeated by over-confidence
or neglect ol tin' work thai counts'
The Liberals have the cause, and it
only remains to organize the vote.
The News-Gazette has finally taken
to publishing editorials—at so much
per; anil Ihe thoughtful reader can
almost distinguish the line legal hand
nf a loeal embryo politician between
the double-column pica lines.
the Canadian 'aboring man to starvation wages. That is the sort of "adequate protection"  t':e Liberals give.
Now that J. K. .Iiline on is one of
the Conservative candidate's latest
supporters, Mr. Burn II will soon ho
asking some one In please save Mm
from his friends.
The Grand Forks Gazette is supporting Martin Burrell. ThiB moans
that Mr. Blirrcll will now be overwhelmingly   defeated   in  his   own
town.
PHI]'.1TE LETTER, .I Mi REPLY
The following letter from Mr. J
K. Johnson, manager of The (irand
Forks News-Gazette, to Mr. Duncan
Ross, the Liberal candidate, with
the reply thereto, needs no further
comment than that it. causes no surprise to the people of Grand Forks,
who for several years experienced
the peculiar brand of justice handed
nut by Mr. Johnson while holding
the olliee of police magistrate of this
loiig-sufi'ei'ing eity :
[private.]
Grand Forks, Oil. J, 100.',.
Duncan Ross,
Greenwood, 11. I'.
Di-ur Sir: A deputation from
our local Conservative association
railed on me licit Saturday evening
witli reference to the -terriers of the
A'cws-Gazeltc for the aiming campaign, 1 did unt, however, give
them any definite answer, and put
them off for a few days. Mr.
llurkiu informed mr before he went
utray thut some time ago you expressed a desire llml 1 should let
yon know before anything was
done to tic the paper up, and thi*
is partly why 1 am dropping you
this note; also, Imaysuytltut while
I hare in. tlte past always turn u
Conservative, an gnu know, our
local member here and J arc far
from being friends now, and I
wo'uld really like in have tli*1 oppov*
tiinilyAn show the Conservative
party, nf Grand barks up before
the public, prodded other matters
were on uu equal footing. Should
the News-Guxelie be ngain.it Mr.
Burrell, the leading gaper in his
home town, gun can readily sec
what effect it would hare.
It appears Ut he the intention of
the party, i. c, the Conservatives,
In commence newspaper fixing curly
in the game.. 1 judged this from
what they said.
1 would suggest that you see me
yourself or have some agent do so
at once.        Yours faithfully,
,1. K, Johnson,
Greenwood, Oct. tlth, loo.',.
./. A". Johnson, Estp,
Mgr. Xews-fliizette,
Grand forks, IS. C.
Dear Sir: 1 hare yours of Oct.
3rd, and in reply heg to state 1
can offer you un inducement iu the
matter referred In. My policy will
he lo reward the faithful rather
than attempting In bribe the doubtful, ami any patronage which
Would he of any benefit to a newspaper iu Grand l-'nrks will be
giefu tu "77ir Sun," trlm-n- proprietor hus consistendy supported
Ihe Liberal parly without attempting tn hnld up anyone,
Yours very truly,
Duncan Ross.
Did Martin lliirrell seel. K. Johnson, ol' did he send an agent?
Now that it has been settled as a
sure thing, there arc no anti-Grand
Trunk Pacific people today.
The Socialist candidates in Victoria and Vancouver lost their deposits, and narrowly escaped the
same fate in Nanaimo. These results very plainly prove that Socialism in British Columbia is falling
away from even the small proportions it had in  the Provincial light.
Not a Chinaman lias come into the
country since the tfiOO bend tax was
imposed to keep them from crowding
It is rather a striking commentary
mi the hopelessness of Mr. Bnrrell's
fight when th". shouting for him is
being done hv Conservatives of the
J. IC. Johnson si ripe.
's the manager of The News-Gazette to naively remarks in his private letter lo the Liberal eandiilaie,
"the Conservative | any are 'fixing'
thc newspaper" alright.
If. as Tbe News-Gazette editorially
remarks, Mr. Burrell "is without financial resources." will some one
please conic forward and inform tl c
patient public what or who induced
.1. I\. Johnson to come out with a
special edition in support of bim.
It must have inspired the loeal
Conservatives with confidence to discover that J. K. Johnson had returned to his first love, the Conservative parly.
It cost the'Conservatives $700 to
"Hop" tbe Grand Forks newspaper
to Mr. Mackintosh's support four and
one-half years ago ; and even then
the Conservative was defeated.
('rand Murks electors, wben they
Come tn vote, will hear in mind tha
a parliamentary member on the government side of the house is worth
several on the Opposition side.
llritish Columbia having already
elected five Liberal members to Pa -
liament, il is strictly in order toof'Ct
the remaining Lvnalsii, thereby making the representation unanimous.
Laurier, an All-Canadian Premier.
EVERY LADY SHOULD KNOW
That Ferrozone removes the causes
that interfere with the proper discharge of all womanlv functions: it
corrects irregularities mid is especially
good for women who are nervous and
subject to headache, lame hack, b'ni-
iiig-down pains, despondency and
tiredness. 1'crrozotie is a blood builder
and purifier and can't he excelled for
the complexion. For your gonil looks
and health use Ferrozone. Price fiOc
at Ii. E. Woudland's, druggist.
The Records
Following are (he locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in thc Government olliee al
Grand Forks, li. G, of thc Grand
Forks mining division, from November 3rd to 9th inclusive:
1'llinV.X 0RA.NT8,     «
Alpha. Faglc mountain, Wellington camp, John Cranstown,
ORRTIt'ICATES OP WORK.
Yankee Boy fraction, Burnt Basin, John II. Singer.
Red Ochre, Christina Luke, D. C.
Black,
Nero, Burnt Basin, Fred Kettner;
two years.
All fraction, Burnt Basin, Fred
Kettner.
RECORD OF LOCATIONS
Ironclad     fraction,      Wellington
camp, W. J. Porter and G. W. Rumberger.
A NOTED HORSEMAN'S EXPERIENCE
Mr. Antoine Wcndling, owner of
Deveras 2:11.[. and proprietor of the
Clifton house, Hrockvillo, says no liniment compares with Nerviline for
general use around the stable. For
strains, sprains; swellings, internal
pains and especially for affections of
thc whirl bone Nerviline is unequaled.
Mr. Wcndling believes Nerviline is indispensable as a horse liniment; it has
strength, penetrating power and works
thoroughly, Every horse and stock
owner should use Nerviline. Sold in
large 25c bottles. H. E. Woodland,
druggist.
Synopsis (if I'euli'alltms I'isp.i-nl ni Minerals
.in ilomlninn I mills In Viiniti'l'ii. the Northwest Terrltjrles und the Yukon Territory.
Coal- ('mil lan,u may In1 piirdhaaed ror sin
I'l'i-ii.-ri. fursi.tt poyiuml.<■:.for itiithtnVtlte.
Not- mora than 820 Korea oan l nilrod lo
one Ininiiliinl Ol inpnii.v.   Royalty nr Un-
rate ot 10 oenta par toil of "GUI pimmlx shull
In- oollttoted on irriiss untiall.
Quauto—Pereona of eighteen yours find
over nml joint atooli r imnifs iiuliliiii.- tree
iiilnera' qertllloatea may obtain entry fur u
mining luoutlon.
A free mluer'a aertillcute is grnntell for
inn. of more years, hot exonedlnu Hve, niioil
IHiytui'iit in uilvntii-r. nf ST.rut per niiiillin   fin"
uu iinliviiliinl. uml from I'u to slunei-r un-
riiiin fin- ii I'limiHiiiy ueeordjiiu m t-npitni.
A fr-t'ii nihi. i having ilisuuvrri'il pool In
l-lnpp. inuy looato n pliiiiii lOOuxl&LlI feet by
marking out the eamewtili tne legal eust-.
bearing lot'uti m uotfoea, on.* ni piipIi pml un
the lorfe or velin
'I In- claim siiuii im I- <ded within fifteen
ilii.vs if lupiilfil within tell mill's nt  il   mining
rooorder'a offloe mltliti I day ullowi-il
fnr euoh iililitiinuil tin mill's or fraction.
The 1 p fur pi 'iii.it' a olaim is tn 00.
At least .sum must lip expanded on rlipiiniin
euoh year or iinid tu lli Iiring recorder in
linn thereof. When SHOO.has been expended |
or paid, tlio locator may, upon huviliga sur-1
vpv  made, anil  upul nplyiug with the I
other requirements, purohasu tin- laiul at
si.Ull Ull lll'l'l'.
I'pi-iuissiuii may lip grouted by llm Minister !
of the tuterior-to locate olulots ooiitHiiilng J
iron   and   mlOa, also  Dapped ill  IhpYiikiui
Tprriiui'v, uf uu urea uol exceeding IflOaoree.,
Tin- patent fur a mining location shall pro-1
villi-fur tin' payment ul rnyiiuy oil   the sales
uot exceeding five percent.
Placer Mining, Manitoba nml tlm North-
West Terrltoi ins, oxooptlug the V uttoti Ter-1
ritiny. -Piuoer milling olalms generally are
i'i feet square!entry fee |!i.wl. renewable
iiiuiv. On tlm North Siisliiiii'lipwiui river
olalms for either liar or lieiioli.tlre farmer
being UHl fppt long and extending hctwaen
high ami low miter morlt 1'be latter includes hur digplnga, lint extends hiu-li to the
Inisc of tlm  hill  or- hunli. hilt nut p.\ ding
Ipisi fppt. \\ lipupsipiim power is iispd, pluiins
2i)0 feet wide may be obtained.
Dredging lo tin- rivers of .lliiiiitulin und the
North-west Territories,excepting tho Yukon
Territory. A free miner may obtain only
iwolriisps uf five mill's eaoh for n term of I
twenty years, reuowubio in the dleoretlon of
tin- Minister ofthe Interior.
The lesspp's right is iniililleii  to   tho  sub-
morged bed or burs of llm river below low!
water mmit, and subjeot to the rights of nil J
lilt persona Who have, in- who muy rerei le Parries fur hur diggings ur  hi'ncli  eluiinr, ex-1
.'.ail on thn Snskatclipouu river, where ihei
lesspe may dredge tn high 'tutor mark on
each alternate leasehold.
ihu lesspp shall have uiifeilge 111 operiittou
within one season from the date of the lease
fur   pilch   live  miles,  hut w liprp a person or
company has obtained inure inm one tense,
one dredgo for eaoh fifteen maps ur fraction I
issllltielpiit.    Kent al, SI i per at II lur e.ii'h
inii.'.if liver leased.    Royalty at tire  rate of
iii Per cent Oolleoted oii the outpnt after Ir
lease, and i  dredge   fur   I'uiii   live  miles
within six. pours from Bitot) datp, Itetitnl.
Slut) ppr mile fnr tlt'st year, mid Sill per mile
for eaeh subsequent year, Royalty, same as
plili'er mining,
Piuoer milling in rim Yukon Territory.-
(Jr-eeli. gololi. river and hill olalms shall not
exceed H50 foot in length, measured on the
hose line ur gpiipt'iil illrpt'tltin ul tlio or preek
or giileh, the width being KHUI to 300d Ai
other placer olalms .hull ho "isj feat siniare.
( ill i Ills Ul-P nni l.i'd by IWIl legal   punts, nllr
at onoh end, bearing notices   Entry must lie
iilihiiiiptl   within   ten   dnys,   if  rile  olniin is
within ten tulles nf mining n, dor's nllioo.
lino additional!lay allowed for each additional leu miles ur frat'tioii.
i'he pprsult nr uompany sinking a olniin
must huh! ii fi minor"., poiliflpate.
Tho illsei.vei f ll new mine I, entitled tl.
ii pin i iii uf IH'lifptl iii length, uml If the party
einislsts nt two Ifiou feet altogether, on the
nni put nf which i'u royalty will he. charged;
rile rest nf Ihe pill ly uriliiuiry olalms mil V.
Entry fee Sin.  Koyaity at the rate nf 2U per
cent on the Value uf the go|il»hln I from
thn Yiikuirr..riit,i.y,luhi'piiid|.llhi.(:i,iiip-
t Iir.
Nu.frpp mtnerBilo.11 receive n grant uf more
thnn iii ining clal ti eaoh sepautte
river, creek nr guhii, t.ut the same miner
may bald am number of otnlnia hy purchase,
tuiii free minors maywniit rhelr .ilniuis In
pur rsliiphy llling notice unit  piivinp lop
i.r.sS. A olaim uixi.i ho ill.linili,noil unit iin-
iilhol'   tililniliod uu   the  suu
river, by gie
Work I
'do
■■''•kg h'
mil pil.ilin: u tee.
the vnl ! :,l I,si.1 ,.,.,.
A pprtifioiilo tlmt work Im- boon dime must
lie nhtiiino'l   eaoh   your.    If   not, the   olniin
shull ho .1 led lobe abandoned, anil open
tu occupation uml entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a ulnlin may ho deli I
iihs.duielj hy hnvhig a survey made mul mil
1 ish Ing notices iu the Yukon Ollloiui Untette
PF.Iltnr.KC.M -All liuaiipiiipriateil Dunlin
ion hinds itl Miuiitohil, the North-West Torri
tories and within the Yukon Territory are
open to prospecting for petroleum, ainl tiie
Minister may reserve for un individual or
oompuiiy luolug muohliieryou rho land rul,p
hrnsl Ii'il.ni. arou of Hill ceres.   Should tho
miii.utisf'iii'tni-il.v' estnldisl!' 'siich'd'i'.'oiil'ei'-.v!
mi it roll nut exceeding lil'lnoris, liioliiilil' "tlio
nil will mul such other kind n. 1110] lioil'le.1
mined: will I liltnlho discoverer ar  Ihe
rule uf $1.00 an acre, subjeot to royalty ut
such rase us may ho speoined hy ortlel-lti-
oimiioil.
JAMliS A   SMAKT.
Deputy nf the Minister ot the Interior,
Department of the Interior, uttnwn.
iilging in the Yukon Terrltor)
-ut live mill's eaoh tniiv he gliuit.
riii'.ei- for a term of twenty year.
'llm lessee's right is enullneil tn the sub-
nipt-gpil IipiIs nr burs iu the rivpr bolow low
water war or inurk, Unit boundary tuhellxed
by Its position on the 1st day of August ii. the
vour of the date pf tho lease.
. The lessee shall havo one dredge in opera;
tion within two years from the date uf the
('[.AIMS  AMI     A'l'OMIi.ISIlMKXTS —
We do more, than just promise you
gootl printing—we tlo the printing
that's up to our promises. Any office
cub can promise—we execute. N'o
disappointment if we promise ivork
on a dale, it's done al that time.
The Palm Sfe
A lilKSlt STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Cream  Parlor
in connection.
00R. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Millinery Goods     J
Tho largest nnd most carefully
selected stock of Kill ami Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought to Grand Porks has lieen opened up for the inspection of the
ladies nf the city. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct styles. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
your fall purchases.   KASHIOXAULK JJKKSS.M AKINC. in connection.
cTVIISS M. E. WEBB
CASI'l BLOCK, COH. BRIDGE AND SECOND SIS.
P.Burris&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL   KINDS OF
FRESH CS. CURED
MEATS
FISH AND OAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
C
thu;
COZIEST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THE HEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST  STREET
JOE THATCHER,
Proprietor.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
FANS
IK liViiliy
CORNER
A
N Good Things
In the Gropery Lines are always on sale in (-ur establishment.
The spice that's nice, the pepper that's hot)
And the mustard that's fit to put in the pot,
Are among our fresh seasonings of unsurpassed purity.
Our Fine Groceries
Arc known far and wide, and have an enviable fame. He who won't
be advisetl can't be helped, but we can help you if you'll purchase our
good Tea, Coffee, etc.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P. R. Station
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
\V. H. Itter (is Co. are daily receiving consignments of their Christmas
"novelties.
J." R Henderson, a Grand Forks
pioneer, but now located at Trout
I.akotiity, is a guest at the Yale.
MissM. E. Gilley, having received
the sad news of her brother's sudden
^     death at New Westminster last Sunday, left for that city on Monday.
The new Dominion parliament
will probably be called together the
first week in February, when a short
session will be held.
As there has not been sufficient
support accorded the movement for
a covered skating rink, the project
has been dropped by those who were
endeavoring to make it a success;
and (Irand Forks skaters, for this
' winter at icast, will have to be content wilh open-air rinks, of which
there promises to he no end.
Ila/.nr hulling a specially at the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
Just arrived. Up-to-date Ready-to,-
Wetirs.    MissM. E* Webb, Milliner,
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the (/'ity Barber Simp mi Riverside
avenue.    Ilutlis -loo.
Dr   FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Olliee over lluntei
Phone 27. Kendrick Co.'s Store
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swel
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all tlu; latest styles and
can guamntee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. ISee us
hefore ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
I1RHCHANTTAILOH,
CRANO FORKS,   11- C
CONSUMPTION BEGINS WITH A COUGH
The cough racks aud tears the tender tissues of i he lhroat. Inflammation .supervenes and then serious bron-
I'hial or lung trouble is established.
The important time is ut the beginning. .Stay the progress of the cough
by using fragrant, healing Catarrhozone, which reaches every part of the
bronchial tubes, throat and lungs.
Catarrhozone destroys disease germs,
stops the cough, heals sore Spots, clears
the nose and. throat of discharge. Catarrhozone soothes, never irritates.
Guaranteed for every form of catarrh,
For lasting cure use Catarrhozone,
Two months' treatment 81.00; trial
size ^or.    II. I*]. Woodland, druggist
I,AI>[ES WANTED.
A Bright Enkroktio Woman—
woman's work. Permanent position.
Olil established business house of solid
financial standing. Salary $12 to S1H
weekly, with expenses, paid eaeli Monday direCf fromheo/lqurters^ Expenses
advanced, We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, 620 Monon Hlnck,
Chicago, 111.
WANTED.
tSfKciAj. Rbpreskntativr in this
county and adjoining territories to
represent and advertise an old established business house of Holid financial
standing. Salary $21 weekly with
expenses, paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters, Expenses
advanced* position permanent. We
furnish everything. Address, TilE
COLUMBIA, ''•■" Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
(Jreiit reduction in Fall and Winter
Kate and all kinds of .Millinery (ioods
from now until the cud of the season
al Mrs, (Jmy's. Sears block. Winnipeg
avenue. Dressmaking parlors in connect ion.
Nicely furnished im mis, with or
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
Wait for. the Japanese Nightingale
Heavy teaming of all kinds dune
by J, W. Jones.'
Baths liflc at the Palace Barber
Shop, Victoria hotel.
DR. MATJONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia,
Olliee in Megaw Block.
Phone 138. Grand Forks, B.C.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINK  LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICK   AND   IRONED  BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
Next   to   Chinese   Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
W. Ii
1*. Ot-HIIBNT
JOHN D. Hl'KNCE
C
IjIjIVJuIN 1
ft SPENUK
HarrlMlerH, Solicitors,
Notaries. UJto.
Hldei
llloek, Corner
Ki rut
Winnipeg Avenue nml
Street,
ORAM) i
oKlts. H. 0.
A. MACKINTOSH
Transferring and
Light Dray ing
Grand Forks, B. C.
GRAND PORKS FEDERAL I.A-
bor   Union   No.  231, A.L.U.—
Meets    overy    Wednesday    evening
nt 8 o'clook in   Federal   Union   hall,
Dan Kei.i.v, Pros.
Jas, a. Harms, Sec.
WANTED -MBK AND WOMEN m Ihis onuntj
nifverlisittuoS MtalrilahetHiouae "of solid
flnntiotnl Btauillti!*, Huluryto men $21 weekly, ti, won $12toS18 tveeKly, with expenses
advanced oaon Moudtiy Ijy olieok direct iron,
lieml liter-.    Hi,r»e nml   blllflSJ'  fui-nislieil
when i.t'i'i-s.ur.v; position permanent. Ail-
dress, lllew Bros. A Co.. Dellt. A. .Mnnnn
Hldir., Chicago, III.
NOTICE
NOTICK is UBBBBV UIVEN THAT TIIK
i,i,.|inrti,ershiii heretofore enl.tlug between tlteuiideialgneda.liotelkeoperalntlie
I'ai'ilie Hot. 1, llrun.l Porks, II. ('.. Claider tho
llrtn nnme ol Sloggy * lloinild, hn- hern   tlila
dtiydUsolred liv mutuali sent.   All debtl
duo the said   tiro, nre to   he paid to 0. V.
Sloggy, n»d nil part 'slllpdebts necaeiited
for to the ti tin nre to he ,mhi hy him.
('. V. Sl.tlljiiV,
TIKIS. DONALD.
Witness:    I.. 1''. MoHHISOH.
Hated this 12th dny ol Beptember, unit.
PROCLAMATION
Electoral Dintrlit Yak-Cdtibno, to Wil:
PUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given
to tho electors of tlu; electoral
district aforesaid, that, in obedience
U) His Majesty's writ to 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 eity of Kamloops, on
TUESDAY, THE FM8T DAY OF
NOVEMBER, 1904, from noon until
two of the clock in thc afternoon, for
the purpose of nominating a person to
represent them in tiie House of Commons of Canada; and that in case a
poll is demanded and allowed in the
manner by law prescribed, such poll
will be opened on the twenty-
second day of November, in the
year nineteen hundred and four, from
the hour of nine in the forenoon till
live of the clock in the afternoon in
eaeh of the polling divisions- that is to
say:
Poi-un'i. Division No. 1—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Cariboo. Polling will be held in this
division at the following stations,
namely:
No.   v No.
1. Barkerville 9. Horsefly
2. Stanley 10.  Keithley Creek
;t. Quesnel 11.  Riskie Creek
-t.  Alexandria        12.  Alexis Creek
5. Soda Creek        l.'i. Beaver Lake
(>. Spence's Bridge 14. Eraser Lake
7.  Quesnel Forks  15.  Hanceville
5. Bullion
Polunu Division No. 2—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Lillooet. Polling will be held in this
division at the following stations,
namely:
Xo. No.
1. Clinton 9. Lillooet
2. 83-Mile House, 10. Pavilion
D.A.Stoddart'sll.  Empire Valley
•i. Bonaparte \'2. Watson Bar
4. Big Bar Creek
•").  Dog Creek 13.  Ample    .Mine,
(i. Alkali Lake Cayoosh Creek
7. North Lac La   14. Eraser   River,
Hache Pachelqua
■S. Lac La Hache
Poi.lino Division No. il—Com, r s-
ing 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 tho provincial electoral district of Dewdney,
and lying west of a line commencing
at the north-east corner of the provincial electoral district of'Chiiliwack,
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.
I. Spumnn 9.  Lower Nicola
li. Camp No. IC    10. Coutlee
:t.   North Lend      11. Nicola Lake
4.   Reefer 12. Aspen Grove
6. Lytton Li. Thynne's ranch
II. Spence's Bridge I I.  M unm-t  Lake
7. Ashcrot't 15. Coldwater
tt.  Cache ('reck
Polmnu Division No, I—Compris
tog the provincial electoral district ot
Kamloops, Lolling will be held in
this division at the following stations,
namely i
No.   ' No.
I. Savona Hi. (Irand Prairie
1.7  Kamloops 11. Tap; en Siding
•'!.   Kamloops 12,  Kimh
I.  KamloopH Li. Notch Hill
j.   West Side N.     I I.   Sii-amoii*.
Thompson ri\cr 15, Salmon Arm
(i.  East Side N.    hi. Griffin Lake
Thompson river 17. Majakwu
7. Louis Creek      L'7 Quilchenu
8. .Monte Creek        19.   (ileneinm.l
9. Shuswap 20. CttmpbollC.eik
21, Stum,. Lake
PoLLiNn Division No. o Compris
ing the provincial electoral distircl of
Okanagan. Lulling will he hell in
thisdivision nt the following stations,
namely:
No.   * No.
1. Pentietou 1 2.  Cherry Creek
2. Sumiiieilaiid    Ll. Salmon    Li\.-r
J*. Peachland Bridge
4. West Hank      1 I. Okanagan
5. Kelowna L">.  Armstrong
0.   Bernoulli)        Hi.   Lnderby
7. Commonage     17. Mara
8. Vernon Is* Deep Creek
9. Vernon 19.  Hull Car
10. Lumbv -'0.  Cinoe Creek
M.  Mabel' Luke    2\. Silver Creek
Polling Division No. 6—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Similkameen. Polling will be held in
this division at the following stations
namely:
No. No.
1. Beaverdell 9. Voigt's Camp
2. West bridge       10. Keremeos
.'J. Rock Creek        IL Hedley
4. Sidlev Mount'n  12. Nickel Plate in
o. Cp, McKinney 13, Princeton
0. Okanagan Falls 14. Granite Creck
7. Fairview 15. Tulameen,  0(-
8. White Lake ter, Flat
Polling Division No. 7—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Greenwood. Polling will be held in
thisdivision 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 he held
in this division at the following stations, namely:
No. No.
1. Grand Forks   5. Phoenix
2. Grand Forks   6. Cascade
fc3. Grand Forks   7. Bannock
4. Phoenix 8. Carson
AND FURTHER, that on the
tenth day of December, 1901, at the
city of Kamloops, I shall open tin; ballot boxes, add up the votes given for
the several candidates and return as
elected the one having thc 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'HAUA,
Returning Ollicer.
)
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and, sur-
rouuding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, shrubs, Ornamentals',
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
fit free. Write for particulars and Wend 26 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examittg trees
and plants for insects.
STONE & WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nurseries,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
YALE
TRANSFER
COMPANY
Tom Peterson
Heavy and Light   I having of
all Kinds Done Promptly.
Driving aud Saddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
WOOD- FOR SALE
(1I1ANI1Y STREET,
Phone 85. GRAND FOHKS
! Leave orders at the Piilni Fruit Store.
' 	
R. C. MCGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Opposite J. \v..l-jnrn' Pur ul ture Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Lino
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
u
NION HOTEL AND MUSIC HALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER MEALS Served at
All Hours.    Finely Furnished Rooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
J. W.Jones
Furniture Denier
A   lurge consignment of  Lounges, Dhiing-i in Chain,
Tnlilce nnd Sofno iiiot arrived, Coll nnd inspect them.
AI-hii slock of HlankclS, I'nilts, Pillows, etc. to he sold
iii greatly reduced price*-.   Sec our di'pluy ol  Pictures
lor Cliri-tiniis.
IUVERSIDK AVENUE, GRAND FORKS, It. Q,
^RIDERAGENTSWANTED
in each town to take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Belllse," Complete $0.75
" Cossack," Guaranuvil nidi Qradc $10.75
"Siberian,"       ABeauty        $12.75
"Neudorf,"      HoadlUcw       $14.75
no better btoyole at any prieo.
Any otlur make or model you icant at one-third
usual price* Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicyeles.  Strongest guarantee.
Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL C. O. ]>. to any one
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase Is binding.
500 Second Hand Wheels *£<|.  <*>Q
latum In trailu by our Clilrano retail stores, UU 'O UU
all malii's iMiUiauilels, (.'taxi asniMV  ~
A lilryrln until ynn liavn wrlten fnr imv
f AOTORY PRICES *ND THEE 1"IAL 0FFEK,
DO NOT BUY
undriet ruid siwirtlntr
. MEAD GYGLE CO., Chicago,
imenl. wndrieiriiid iportlng (roods of all klmls. nt Imlf nt'ulnr bMco.
ree sundf) catalog, ('nnlalnsn world (if Jisotul In^fnrmfttion. U rlu-foMt. IW.K.C.MANLYf
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
G
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREE
~W-
TREET \
BOUNDARY   ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives Hie ore shipments of Boundary mineii lor 1!)00, 1901, 1903,
1903, 1904, and for the past week:
1000       1001.        W02.        100.1 1001,   Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoehix  64,683   281,762   309,'858   898,181 466,860      9,60b
Snowshoe. I'hoenix       '297       1,721     20..S00    74,212        	
Brooklyn. I'hoenix           150                    9,403       1,710
Mother l.o.le , Dcndvod.     5,3-10    99,034    141,32(1    138,079 154,044       4,082
Pacific Hotel
FIRST-GLASS INK VERY
RtiSPSGT,
SAM I'M: ItOO.MS FOI{
OOMMKltCIAL
tu.\vi*:i,j,i:ii.s
C v. 0potftfVy.proprietor
Bar in Connet-tio'n:'
Finest Brands Wines,     - OPPOSlTft'G,-P,ni STATlQNj'
Uquorsand Cigars,-    ';- GRAND FOHKS, li. 0
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
. • Ateo.
Developing
and
Printing
H, E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
\
Graiiby Hotel
MostConvbnient-
ly Located Hotel
IN TUB C'l'I'V.   .   .   .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Bar Sujiplieil with the
Finest Brands of
wraps, LIQUORS
'A*\'D CIGARS.
FIRST-STREET,
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B,
Harness Shop
We haveopenetl up in the
HARNNESS A N I) S A D-
DLERY business on
BRIDGE   STHEPT -*w"-i°"
f>
■•   .Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty.    Our Stock  is the most
' complete in the Boundary dirtriot, and is being constantly
'. 'added to by tiie a.irival of new "otitis from the east.
A. A. Frechette   (3S,  Co.
Grand Forks.  B. C.
■N. D. McINTOSH
1'llJSI-   BTBSBT, ORAND  tTORICB
A Complete Lino of Furniture, Hardware and Cutlery'Always
Carried in Stodk and Sold Bed-Rock Trices. Largest Variety of
(lootls ill the pity.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought and Sold, Call and Inspect My GoodB, 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. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Sunset, Deadwood ...
Morrison, |)oad\\'opd	
li. ('. lline. Summit  19,494
Kininii, Summit	
Senator, ,'ummit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Hrcy Fugle, Summit Gimp	
No. ,'17, Summit Camp	
Mountain Rose	
Winnipeg, Wellington '     1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,2*>0
Athelstan, Wellington      1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, |,ongbiko         180
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. I'. I', ami Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,380
Total, tons  99,730
Grari.by Smeltertreated  62,38'
"fVr*R\ >**v-5k ***v■
804
l.r>0
47,405
650
7,-loo
11.S| I
8,530
1,010
560
lido
350
785
626
15,731
8,889
19,865
22,937
.'111.'!
1.5,537
482
M75
2111
2,485
5,046
83,221
2,426
16,020
222
354
1,864
1,12
240
(ill
U82
8,886
210
6,801
190,000
325
993
400
167
■661
.105
246
607,515   684,426
230,828   312.340   401.1121
679,803
494,281
18,142
10. Slid
ro the wm of
V.ALK-l-AHIBOU:
As the Liberal candidate in this
electoral district, I Respectfully solicit
your votea and influence.
Nn attempt will bo made to discuss
the genera] issues nf the campaign in
this address. Sinee receiving the Liberal nomination in January last, I
have visited nmnv parts uf the riding
and made myself thoroughly acquainted with its requirements. This work
will lie continued until election day,
butowing.to the large extent of ter
ritorv to ho covered, it is a physical
impossibility to visit all sections or
personally interview all the electors.
I therefore avail myself nf this opportunity to ask for your suffrage.
Permit me to direct your attention
to some matters of local importance.
Vale Cariboo fully warrants the expenditure of public money in its development. The government has already
done much in this direction. Jt has)
granted aid to several lines of rail
way; government owned telegraph and
telephone lines have been constructed'
the necessary money lias heen voted
to secure telephonic communication
through the rich Nicoja and Similkameen districts, and telegraphic communication between Vernon and Kelowna. In order that the practically
inexhaustible mineral, timber aud
agricultural resources uf the district
may be fully developed, tin's policy nf
governmental aid must lm continued.
It "is important that Yale-Cariboo
shall return as its member one who j
can direct the attention of the govern- j
merit to matters of vital importance to
the district, and who will support the |
government in its aggressive policy of I
development. It is particularly important that the electors of this riding
should show their appreciation of the
government's broad, statesmanlike
plan of constructing another transcontinental railway which will be the
chief footer in opening Up the northern
portions of the riding, Branch titles to
connect with the southern transcontinental line will surely follow and the
whole interior of the province will be
opened up.
Briefly, my policy, so far as Yale-
Cariboo is concerned, is a policy of development uf all its important sections,
With a leader whose record fills with
pride all people of this country, irrespective nf party affiliation.*; supporting a government whose eight years nf
wise, progressive administration has
placed Canada in a proud position
among the nations of the world, and
at the same time has more closely connected the ties which hind us to the
mother country, and fully endorsing a
policy which means so much to the
western portion uf the D&miniun, and
mure particularly to tho district of
Yale-Cariboo, I await with confidence
your verpiet.
Yours very sincerely,
DUNCAN ROSS.
Greenwood, October 0, 1904.
WHEN YOU NEED PHYSIC
Gut a box of the old reliable Dr.
Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Hut
ternut, which loosens the bowels without causing griping pains. No remedy
is half so satisfactory as Dr. Hamilon's
Pills. Price 25c H. E. Woodland, |
druggist.
Santa  Claus'
Headquarters
W. H. ITTER & CO.
Received, a letter from
Santa Claus, saying: I
am sending you all the
Toys, Fancy Goods and
NoveltiesthiByear. Your
store will not be large
enough to hold half the
beautiful things.
Besides all kinds of Toys, Fancy
Goods nnd Novelties, I am sending you
N
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 A1J5
	

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