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THE EVENING SUN
VOL 1
GRAND FORKS AND COLUMBIA, B.C. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1902.
NO. 158
V   1
GRAND fORKS COUNCIL
The Grand Forks city council met
Tuesday evening, all the members being present, with Mayor lie Hand iu
tbe chair.
A communication from H. S. Cay-
ley was read. lie desired tbe co-operation of tbe council in securing a grant
Irom the government for the purpose
of raising the grade on First street,
Ruckle's addition, sad otherwise protecting the adjacent river bank in
order to prevent a repetition of floods.
The council decided to act on tbe lines
indicated by Mr. Cayley, provided the
Ruckle's addition residents publicly
declare for the proposed improvement.
On motion of Aid. Hammer, an appropriation of $75 was voted the volunteer fire department for expensed to
Greenwood Saturday.
Aid. Harvey was authorized to purchase tbe planking necessary to repair the First street bridge.
It was decided, on motion of Aid.
Hammer, to wire Frank Thompson &
Co, Sberbrooke, offering to sell $ia,-
ooo of the new issue of city debentures at 90c, bearing interest at 5 per
cent. Tbe firm had previously wired
• offering 90c for $5000, bearing interest
at 5 per cent, with a ten days' option
on f 10,000. Aid. Sheads favored offering the bulk of the issue at 90c,
provided the first issue of (5000 was
sold at 02j£c.
A report on the old school property
was presented bv Aldermen Gaw and
Donaldson, and was adopted. It esti
mated the value at $2028. On motion
of Aid. Hammer, the council decided
to advertise the two old school buildings for sale by tender, the city to retain the lots, which may be available
as a aite for a fire hall laier ou. fenders for the purchase of the buildngs
close in two weeks. Tbe mayor intimated that tbe townsite company
would be willing to exchange the lots
for other property should another site
be preferable.
B. S. Biden was allowed a reduction
of 50 per cen',or $10 per month, on
lighting and u.aler bills for the steam
laundry lor a period of six months.
Full rates will be charged, but only
halt will be collected, with the understanding that tbe balance will be paid
later.
The mayor and city clerk were authorized to execute a contract for the
sale ol 15 horsepower to Addis.;n &
Knapp, who will erect a planing mill.
The charge will be $600 a year, the city
to have a voice in the location of tbe
mill.
Aid. Hammer gave notice of bis intention to introduce a by-law next
week for tbe purpose of regulating
factories and the limits within which
they can be established.
The city solicitor was instructed to
begin actions against delinquent taxpayers next Monday.
A couple of bear cubs in the window
of   tbe Maze  hotel, on Bridge street.
furnish amusement for children and
loiterers. They are about four weeks
old, and were caught hy Elmer Ness
near Christina lake a week ago. Mr.
Ness was out hunting, and at dusk he
saw a big bear and took a long shot
at it. wounding it badly, but in the
gathering darkness it made its escape.
I After looking around for a while he
. found the cubs, which be brought to
this city. Tbey will be raffled off next
next Tuesday.
THE CONCERT
The concert in the Baptist church,
Columbia, Wednesday evening, was
well attended, notwithstanding the
inclement weather prevailing, A more
pleasing entertainment bas rarely been
witnessed in tbis city, and the audience was not slow in manifesting its
approval. The performance opened
with Handel's orgau solo, Largo,
which was very credibly rendered by
Mrs. R. W. Trotter. Tbis was followed
by a solo, "Astbore," by Miss C. Far-
rel, of Woodstock, the rendition of
which developed more than ordinary
musical talent. Miss Agues Miller,
in a recitation entitled ''The Trustee's
School Visit," displayed considerable
ability in acquitting herself of her task.
Mrs. D Monroe sang a solo, "Jessie's
Dream," and was heartily applauded.
Brother Popcorn made a first class
"yaller nigger," and amused the audience with comic and sentimental
songs-. Tbe song "We'll have lo
Mortgage the Farm," by Mesdames
Parvin, Wright, Monroe and Messrs.
Wright aud Trotter, concluded the
first part of the programme. Tbe call
for an encore lasted until Mr. Trotter
arose aud explained that that was the
only song the family knew. After a
brief intermission Mr. [oseph Hill
sang "The Holy City," and was rewarded by tbe usual encore. Mr. W.
Creitz appeared next, giviug a recitation, "Stein's Party," which made
tbe bit ol the evening. On being recalled he gave a sentimental selection,
"Christmas Dinner al the Worn
Farm," with the same skill be had
just handled the German dialect. Two
more songs—"The Creole Love Song"
aud "Coming Thro' the Rye" -by
Miss Parrel, aud the evei poj u ,u
song, "Good Night," by the qua. tu e
composed of Mesdames Wright ai.d
Monroe and Messrs. Wriglit a:.d T otter, concluded a meritorious entei-
taiumeut.
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7ADDS   BROS.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
PORTRAITURE
INTERIOR WORK
VIEWINQ, ETC.
Temporarily Located at
Blome's Old Stand,
Bridge Street, Grand Forks, B. C.
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MERCHANT
TAILOR
RIVERSIDEJAVE. GRAND FORKS
New Spring Goods
Latest Patterns Englishland
Scotch Manufacture.
THE   NEW
WINN
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1PEG
TEL
Have Tour Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and
Repaired by a Practical Tailor.
WE CAN DO YODR JOB PRINTINU
The Job Department of The Even-
in? Sun is uow prepared to turn out
printing in style and quality equal te
the best. Give us a trial as we aro
sure we can suit you.
See Prizes
To be given laway to
I     parties catching the
LARGEST TROUT
FlshjnusCbe weighed
at the store, as fishermen's affidavits will
not be good.
Come and swap fish
stories with us,
j. h. murhay;prop.
WINNIPEG AVENUE
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
RATES
$2.50 PER 01!
SPECIAL  RATE BY WEEK
BAThS, ELECTRIC
LIGHTS AND BELLS
SPECIAL   ATTENTION  PAID   TO
COMMERCIAL MEN.
Hotels,
PACIFIC HOTEL, opp. C.P.R. station.Co-
lumbia, J. Mcintosh.   'Phone 59.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed.
IF you want your clothes cleaned or
renovated and pressed go to Mrs. L. W
Johnson, cor. Riverside ave. and Main st
m
&
Bridge Stbbkt
Phonk US
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
T. ALFRED KENNION, mining and real
estate, cor. Bridge and First, 'phone 65.;
Miscellaneous.
Employment and Information bureau, O
K.messenger service.llridge&lst. 'phone81
The V., V. & E. Railway company
are buying the balance of block
4, iu tbe Van Ness addition,, for a
thoroughfare and yard in frout of
their tracks.
A grand concert will be given under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of Knox Presbyterian church in
Biden's opera house on Friday, May
30. Do not forget the date. Proceeds
1 go to tbe building of a manse.
FRANK   MILLER
GENERALHTRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Good Dry* Wood delivered to any part of the city
Phone 64 Grand Forks and Columbia, B. C.
Eastman Kodaks
nnd Plate Cameras
We can do your Developing and
Printing for you.
H. E. Woodland fib Co.
Druggist* THE EVENING SUN
Q. A. BVAN8, EDITOH AND PUBLISHER.
ISSUED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
label)
SUBSCRIPTION bates:
One year, by mail $8.(;0
One Month, by mall 25
ADVERTISING KATES:
Legal advertisements, in Nonpareil (this)
type, 10c per line for first insertion, and
5c per line for each subsequent insertion.
Display advertisements, running space,
one to three inohes, per mouth, $3.00 per
Inch; three to six inches, #2.5(1 per inch
per month; over six inches. $2.00 per inch
per month.
Reading notices, 10c per line for first
insertion, and 5o per line for each Insertion thereafter.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun, Columbia,B. C
PHONB, 55.
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 190a
The United States has redeemed its
pledge to make Cuba absolutely free.
There appears to be honor even among
nations.
Vice-President Coffee left Grand Forks
in search of a warmer climate. Are we
to infer from this that Hot Air has
proven a failure for heating purposes ?
ACCIDENT AT SMELTER
Charles Brown, a furnace feeder at the
Granby smelter, met with a serious accident Saturday night. There are two sets
of automatic furnace charges on the furnace floor of the smelter. After performing its work, the oar glides back to the
point of departure. It is the duty of
feeders to shovel into the furnace all ore
or coke that may fal Ion the furnace floor.
While thus engaged, Brown forgot to
step aside for the return passage of the
oar, and was struck from behind aud
knocked Into the furnace. In falling he
had the presence of mind to grasp the j
edge of the furnace and hold on, and to
this act he owes his life. The man who
operates the lever saw the accident, aud I
hurried to the assistance of Brown.
Luckily the fires were low at the time, or
the mishap would doubtless have terminated fatally. As it was, he was was badly
burned about the legs aud body, and was
unconsious when pulled out, but is now
rapidly recovering. • Brown formerly
lived in Butte, Mont.
The latest report, obtained at noon
today, says that Mr. Brown is in the
hospital and that his recovery is progressing very favorably.
Says J. A. Bangs, of Republic: "The
report that the Kettle Valey lines has all
the ore output of the Bepublic mines tied
up by contract is an error. The contract
originally secured by the Kettle Valley
lines expired Inst January, and unless the
compauv buys a mine of its own I do not
see how It will get any business." A company that can afford to spend over a million on an incomplete forty-mile railway,
ought to have sufficient funds to buy half
a dozen bonanzas.
The Rossland Miner appears to be acquiring a correct conception of Hot Air
methods: "Vice-President Coffee, of the
Hot Air line, says that the road is as good
as any. He must have been under the
hypnotic influence of the local officers of
the road during his stay in Grand Forks,
or did the banquet produce such a genial
effect on the vice-president that he was
unable to see the distance between the
railhead and the last spike, driven with
such eclat a few weeks ago?"
Notwithstanding the growling of the
dog and the pup in the manger, another
transcontinental railway will soon. be
ready to transact business in Grand
ForkB, and the millstone—in the shape of
excessive freight charges—that has so
long weighed down our business men,
will be removed. We predict for our
city a season of unparalleled growth
and prosperity during the present sum-
Mr. Coffee has gone to San Francisco
It is presumed that he went south to
thaw out from the frost that pervaded iu
Hot Air officialdom while in Grand Forks.
GO TO GREENWOOD
Every one who can possibly do so,
should attend the Victoria day celebru-
tion in Greenwood tomorrow. The
managers have planned the affair ou an
elaborate scale, and all signs at present
indicate that it will be successfully carried nut. Go and cheer the Grand Forks
boys who are to take part in the athletic
sports. Go and help make the celebration a success. The special train leaves
Grand Forks at 8 a.m. tomorrow.
TOWN TOPICS
The Kettle river is skrinking, and will
soon be able to take a nap in its own bed.
The report telephoned here from Nelson , Wash., a few days ago that the county traffic bridge at Ou rlew had been swept
away by the flood, proves to be untrue.
Mrs. R. M. Thompson, of Rossland, is
visiting her brother, W. E. McDaniels, in
Grand Forks for a few days.
E. Charles, V., V. A E. right of way
agent, is in the city.
Charles Cuniings left for the east Tuesday afternoon, He will visit Toronto,
Ont., and St, Paul, Minn., before returning home.
The Metnodist conference meeting at
Vancouver decided to retain the rule prohibiting dancing and card playing.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Betts will return
tomorrow from Vancouver, where Mr.
Betts has been attending the Methodist
conference. Services will be conducted
by Rev. Betts as usual in the Methodist
church next Sunday.
The reception tendered Rev. J. A. G.
Calder in the Presbyterian church, Co-
umbia, last night was an enjoyable affair.
Speeches were made by all the ministers
of the city, and the ladies served refreshments. Considering the condition of the
weather, the attendance was good.
The retail merchants of Grand Forks
held a meeting in the board of trade
rooms Wednesday evening, and formulated plans whereby a more perfect system of delivery of goods will be attained.
The new plan will be inaugurated on the
1st of next month, and thereafter all
goods will be delivered on schedule time.
The work of laying steel on the V., V.
A E. is being pushed as rapidly as possible. Nelson, Wash,, was passed a couple
of days, aud the tracklayers have now
reached a point some distance beyond that
place.   At Columbia work 'he depot
spur is well advanced, and at Republic
the work of putting iu spurs to the several mines is still going forward.
At the last board of trade meeting J. B.
Henderson brought up a resolution urging the government not to increase taxation ou mining properties, as suggested
by the Associated Boards of Trade. After
some discussion Mr. Henderson withdrew
his resolution, and a committee, consisting of Messrs. J. II. Henderson, John
Rogers, P. T. McCallum, Frank Sears and
C. A. Powell, was appointed to go thoroughly into the matter and draft another
resolution for consideration at the next
regular meeting of the board.
An Ottawa dispatch says the V., V. A E.
on Wednesday applied for approval of the
plans for the branch to Columbia and
Grand Forks.   The Kettle Valley's  solici
tor opposed, who held that the Great
Northern was behind it, and that there
was no evidence of the company's intention to build the main line, and that this
was only to divert the traffic south.
Blair allowed the application to stand until thecompauy showed its intention of
building the main line.
The school children were 1 hotographed
Wednesday morning, groin, ed about the
th« flag-pole while the flag-raising exercises were gone through.
Rev. Dr. Wright, of Nelson, B.C., who
has been visiting iu the city for several
days, returned home today.
The mail service between Columbia and
Nelson, Wash., which has been inter
rupted for several months past on account of the quara' tine regulations, has
been resumed
A washout on the Crow's Nest toad at
Coal creek has delayed all eastern mails
for several days past. At present it oomes
by way of Revelstoke.
Put your money on the Grand Forks
athletes tomorrow.
Your advertisement in The Sun is a
constant reminder to the public that
you are still alive.
A
All good things are put up in small
packages.   Subscribe lor Th-! Sun
NOTICE
TO LIVE STI'CK OWNERS
aiOTICE is hereby given that live stock
must not be permitted to run at large,
on the streets within the corporate limits
of the City of Columbia.   Stock so found
will be Impounded according to law.
AL. McDONALDv
iPoundmaster.
Pox 22
Columbia
Box 25
Grand Fork
Th e . ..
Ingram-riuir Company
The
Boundary
Wholesale    Grocers
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EXPRESS AND LIVERY
All Kinds of Teaming Done. Rigs of all Kinds for Hire
1 „„.,„ r>-,io»„ ~4 I Fraser's Drug Store, Grand Forks,!
Leave 0rders at i Hodson's Store, Columbia, or
RING UP STABLE, PHONE B 93
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and|Retail
Dealers in...
Fresh arid Cured Meats
Fish and Oysters
Live and Dressed Poultry
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Special Rates to Mines.
;er
Branoh
J. HAMMER, Grandtef
Shops-Grand \ Forks,  Greenwood and Midway
Riverside Nurseries
GRAND FORES, B. C,
f Martin  Burrell, Prop.
Maples, Elms, Linden, Mountain
Ash, Catalpas, Cut-leaf Birch.
A fine selection ol {flowering shrubs, including French and
Persian   Lilacs, Hydrangeas, Snowballs, Spireas,  Roses, etc.
Specially selected strain of Lawn Grass Seed. Fruit
Trees.JBerry Bushes, Strawberry Plants, Asparagus Roots.
Vegetable and Flower Seeds at my Store, next to Biden's
opera house,
CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS
V. & N. PHONB as
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COLUMBIA. B. C.
Situation,   Environments   and    General
Resources.
The City of Columbia is [situated
near the junction of the North Forks
of the Kettle river with the main Settle river, and is distant about 300
miles east of Vancouver.
The natural situation of the eity for
beauty Is not excelled in Ameriea. A
verdure-clad and flower-bespangled
rolling prairie, traversed by a river of
bright, sparkling waier, fringed with'
forest trees and surrounded by mountains, forffling a charming combination of picturesque8iie88 and grandeur
The Columbia A Western railway,
which was constructed by the Cana-
dian Pacific Railway company, has its
station, freight warehouse and yards
in the center of Columbia, and the
Vaneouver, Vietora A Eastern Railway company, has located its depot,
freight sheds and yards,along the east
line of the corporation, thus giving
the oity connections with two transcontinental lines.
The Canadian Pacifle railway com-
Eany has large interests in the eity,
aving selected the site on account of
the superior natural advantages as a
railway centre.
The climate, taken all the year
around/is the best in Canadn—part of
the summer is rather hot and dry, but
the rest of the year is enjoyable.
Throughout the Kettle Kiver valley
there Is an extent «f fertile agricultural land, part of whioh Is now being cultivated.
Apples, plums, pears, prunes, cherries and all the small fruits grow
abundantly. The valley surrounding
Columbia, divided into small f rnit and
vegetable farms, will sustain a large
population.
Building material is plentiful in the
district. Lumber can be procured at
fair prices, and brick lime and stone
of' good quality oan always be obtained when required.
The mining interests are of the first
importance to this country, and will
do much to build up Columbia. Large
. mineral lodes have been discovered
through the mountains adjacent to
the oity, and what were mere prospects a short time since are now large
paying mines.
Water is supplied the oity by pumping from a beautiful spring of Fexoep
tional purity, capable of supplying a
oity of 50,000 inhabitants.
The Granby smelter and converter
—the most modern and perfect plaut
of the kind in America—employing
hundreds of men, is contiguous to tha
oity,
Owing to tbe fine climate, the central situation, the beautible environments, the bright prospects for future
growth and prosperity, Columbia will
e an educational oentre, a oity of
homes, as well as a wholesale distributing point; and when finally allied
and wedded to her sister sister, will be
tbe best and largest oity in the interior.
Epps'Cocoa
The Most Nutritious.
Grateful—Comforting. Breakfast—Supper
C
The only place in tow
where you can buy
Ganong's Noted
Q.B. CHOCOLATES
AMD...
McCormick's Famous
Maracaibo Chocolates
Pipes, Tobaccos, Etc.
All Leading Brands of Cigars
DONALDSON'S
Phone 64
The Windsor
drand Porks, B. C.
Only the best
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Carried
Jack Cox, Prop.
Advertise in the Evening Sun.   It
pays.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber shop on Riverside avenue.   Baths 25c.
GEO   W    F1.QVU
Milk and Cream
Delivered to all parts of
Grand Folks and Columbia.
PHONE ORDERS
Promptly
Attended to.
PHONE   QI06
Hay, McCallum & Wright
Mining and
Real Estate Dealers
Financial and Insurance Agents
Lots for sale in all parts of the city.
Choice garden lands at low prices.
Money to Loan      Columbia, B.C. .
DOES YOUR WATCH
KEEP TIME
If not, we'll cure it, and when we get
through with it you'll wonder why you
didn't think of us long before.
AU our work guaranteed. No hasty,
slipshod job leaves my shop. My workmanship is skilled and conscientious.
You'll not grumble at the prioes,
either.
A. D. MORRISON'S WATCH INFIRMARY
BBIDOB BTKBET, GRAND FORKS
REDUCED RATES TO THE EAST.
Those contemplating an eastern trip
will be interested to know that there
will shortly be ou sale greatly ru.
duced rate tickets in connection with
the Rio Grande System, the famous
"Scenic Line of Ihe World." Ttiis
line offers its pa«seng»rs a most delightful and comfortable journey to
all eastern points.
It is tbe only transcontinental line
passing directly through quaint and
picturesque Salt Lake City, "The City
of the Saints;" beautiful Glenwood
Springs, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorado
Springs, where a side trip may be
made to the Garden ot tbe Gods and
tbe summit of Pike's Peak over tbe
cogwheel railroad; and Denver, the
queen eity of the intermountain region; Stop-overs are allowed on all
classes of tickets.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining cbair cars,
standard and tourist Bieepers, a perfect
dining car service, and also personally conducted excutsion cars, each in
charge ot a competent guide, whose
business is to look after the comfort
of bis guests. No more pleasant and
inexpensive means of crossing the
continent can be found than is provide d by these excursions.
For additional details, address J. D.
Mansfield, General Agent,Rio Grande
Lines, 124 Third St., Portland. Ore.
COLUMBIA COUNCIL
The regular meeting of the Columbia city council was held Tuesday
evening, M ivor McCallum presiding.
All tbe members were present, except
Aid. Wasson.
The following bills were  presented:
'From the city of Grand Pork*.   • rint-
n8>$l9°3iJ   A. McUalluin,  $6.6W; J
D. McDonald,   extras    ou    bridge,
$1,244.82.
It wm resolved to purchase pirt of
lot 8, block I, on Government avenue,
for a thoroughfare to the new station
grounds.
The tnllowiiiK by-laws were read a
third time: Rates and Taxes, Shade
Tree By-law, A Bylaw to Repeal
Electric Railway By-law.
DON'T FAIL
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-  TO TRY OUR   -  -
Pure Drugs
S53SS c"re"",y Fraser Drug Co., Druggists
Tartan Brand
CANNED GOODS
AU good things are put up in small
packages.   Subscribe lor The Sun.
BICYCLES.
The "Columbia," "Pi-rleet" and
Cleveland bicycles, all top-notchers.
Wheel supplies of all kinds. Repairing. Wheels to rent.—GEO. Ohapplb.
opposite Post Office.
AGENTS WANTED-$18 per  week.and
expenses; no canvassing; send stamped
envelope.   Address B.C. M , Sun office.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Graud
Forks—J. R. Robertson, B.A., pastor;
servi.es every Sunday at 11 a.m. ard 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school and Bible class, 2 p.
m.; Y. P. M., Tuesday, 8 p.m.
COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-
J. A. G. Calder, pastor—Services every
Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
'school and Bible class at 2.30 p. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Columbia - Rev.
Ralph Trotter, pastor; preaching service at 11a.m. every Sunday; Sunday
school at 3 p.m.; all are welcome.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, corner
Main and Fifth streets—J. P. Betts, pastor; services every Sunday at 11 a.m.
and 7.30 p.m.: class meeting at close of
morning service; Sunday school and
Bible class at-8 p.m.; prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
The public is cordially iuvited.
Grand Forks Mails
HAILS CLOSE
AT OFFICE
MAILS DUB
AT OFFICB
iRossland.Spokane, Nelson,Marcus, Cascade, ; •
Kobson, all p'ts Crows:
2:40 p.m. Nest Ry, Revelstoke 2:30 p.m.
Vancouver, Victoria,all
points on Canadian Pacific Reilway.
Columbia, Phoenix,
iEholtjGreenwood. Mid-'
1:00 p.m.iway, Pentloton.Repub- 4:20 p.m.
lie, Curlew, Bolster, all
Reservation points.
Office open daily from 8:30 to 6:80 p.m.
Sundays excepted). Money orders issued
to all parts, and Savings Banks deposits
reoelved, 3 per cent interest allowed. Registered mail closes one half hour previous to the time for closing ordinary mails
GKO. H. HULL, Postmaster.
Columbia Mails
Dae
I 10 p. m.
4 p. m.
1 45 p. m.
8 IS p. m.
Satdy only
1 a. m.
Rossland
Spokane
Cascade
Nelson
PtB.Crow's Nest RR
Eastern Canada
Greenwood
Phoenix
Midway
Eholt, eto
Grand Forks
Rspubllc
Nelson, Wash.
Curlew, eto.
White's Camp
Close
3 30 p, m,
1 80 p. m.
t iiZv. m.
7 45 a. m,
Satdy only
8 p. m.
' Money orders from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
PETER WRIGHT,
Post Master.
PATTISON & ANDERSON
Plumbing and all kinda
of  Sheet   Metal   Work
QUEEN STOVES
Stove Setting and
General Jobbing
Hot - Air   Furnace
Work a Specialty
A Full and Complete Line Just Op-ned..
This is the Choicest Fruit on the Market.
Try Them and be Convinced.
J. H. HODSON   .
pHONE 30. COLUMBIA, B.C.
TO FARflERS
We have just received a
Big Shipment of all kinda of
Clover and Timothy Seed
We also have in supply SEED GRAIN of all kinds.   Remember and
n investigate our stock and prices before going elsewhere.
N.   McLellan   & Co.
GRAND   PORKS
Phone 88       Cor. Riverside and Winnipeg A ves.r %
IN YOUR PRINTING you don't -want
to reflect old ideas: you want It up-
to-date.   There is a certain desire
for the antique, but it should be up-to.
nowjn execution.
Our printing reflects the
present times, with the
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