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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, June 28, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Poundmaster Becomes Tired
of His Job and" Sends in*
His Resignation.
Action on Appropriation for
Race  Meet Deferred for
a Week.
The regular weekly session of the
city council was held in thc council
chamber last night, Mayor Hammar, Aid. McCallum, Feeney, Clements and McNee being prejent.
Poundmaster Woodhead sent in
his resignation, which was accepted.
A few weeks ago a certain party in
this oity took Borne cattle from the
poundinaster before he had time to
impound them. As the city had no
regularly established pound at the
time, the poundmaster was unable to
obtain any redress. He claimed his
usual fees for his endeavors to imprison these cattle, and after a great
deal of discussion tney were allowed.
In explaining his side of the case,Mr.
Woodhead undertook to criticize the
oity by-laws bearing on his department, and intimated that if the present office staff was not sufficient to
do the work properly, it ought to be
increased. The mayor promptly
informed bim that ha had no right
to criticize the city council and the
office staff, and told him to resume
his seat. And this ended the official
career of Mr. Woodhead.
A committee, consisting of Messrs.
Temple, Urlin and White, from  the
board of directors of the street carui
val to be held during the race meet
in   August,   was present  and   addressed   the  council.    Mr. Temple
said the committee desired to know
what the council intended   to do in
regard to decorating aud illuminating the city for thc occasion.   He
estimated that it would cost about
SuUO to do the work properly.   The
mayor stated that Senator Haindcn
had heen made perfectly  happy  by
tho ossurance, at a previous meeting,
that tho council would decorate and
illuminate the eity according lo its
own discretion,   Mr, Temple stated
that the board contemplated erecting double arches at the cornel's of
Riverside avenue and First and Second streets on Bridge street.    These
would cost about^15".    They   intended to expend about $500 in advertising, and would also offer prizes
for a drilling contest.   Mayor Hammar said it had never been   made
clear to him as to what the  carnival
was to consist of.    Mr. Haindcn, he
'  continued, hail never got any further
.   than to expatiate on the beauties of
the queen of the festival.   Mr. Urlin stotbd that the board expected
to  get  a high class of entertainers
from Spokone, Seattle, Portland and
San Francisco, as they were now advertising in the papers of those cities
for them.  Aid. Feeney didn't object
to the dcroration and  illumination
provided the city was assured u respectable and  creditable   entertainment.   Aid. MeNee thought it was
wise to have thc subject thoroughly
discussed, but that  definite •action
should be deferred until the carnival
board had more fully matured their
plans.   This    course    was  finally
adopted.
On motion of Aid. Feencyand McCullum, the offer of Sam ■ Horner to
replaster arid kalsomine the council
and   police court room for $24 was !
accepted.
The council authorized the water
and  light    committee   to  extend
the  electric   light  system to .1.   A. \
Smith's residence, provided two con-1
sinners could begot in thatueiglinor-
hood.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
Feeney, the water and light committee was instructed to formulate
an estimate of cost for taking down
the Columbia water and storing the
same.
The mayor reported the premises
in the vicinity of the Province and
Victoria hotels to be in unsanitary
condition, and the proper health
officers were instructed to look after
thi' same.
On motion of Aid. Clements and
McCallum the tax levy by-law was
reconsidered and finally passed.
The matter of making a grant to
thc Driving Park association anil
thj fire department was then brought
up. but the aldermen all appeared
to think that there  is yet plenty
Bridge street, between First and Second streets, to the public yesterday
morning. The room has been re-
papered and thoroughly renovated,
and makes a very cosy eating house.
A Young Bartender Takes a
Dose of Opium With
Suicidal Intent.
News Items Concerning the
Citizens of Grand Forks
and Vicinity.
Ralph Smailes, the Promoter,
Alex Miller, who is now working        gays  jt ^*'*j  fag  g^t
This Year.
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time, consequently action was postponed. Aht. Hceney favored a wait
for a week or two. Aid. McCallum
thought the council might set a
limit to the appropriation anil then
divide it afterwards. Abl. Clements
was of the opinion tln.t 811 0 I was
the correct estimate for all purposes.
The mayor wished to known lvnat
other cities were doing in the way of
making celebration grants. The
clerk replied that he didn't think
Nelson donating anything this year.
Mr. Hammar favored a grant—how
much he was not prepared to say.
The business men made personal
contributions to help the celebration, and the grant from city came
largely from the ratepayers wdio arc
nut engaged in business, thus equalizing the burden. In two years one
linn had contributed §400 towards
celebrations. The business men did
gain as much by extra rrade as they
paid out. Aid. McCallum thought
the only people who really profited
from celebrations were hotel men
ami liquor dealers.
Aid, Feeney gave notice that at
the next meeting he would introduce a by-law providing for the remuneration of the mayor and aldermen.
On motion uf Aid. McCallum And
Feeney the clerk was Instructed to
advertise for tenders for poundmaster iu the next paper issued.
A young bartender from Calfornia
named McCormick, who has spent
the past three or four weeks in this
eity and Phoenix, took a large dose
opium with suicidal intent at the
Stockholm hotel last night. Jt was
ill first supposed that the dose would
prove fatal, hut Drs. Kingston anil
NorthrOp worked with the man the
greater part of the night, aud this
(Wednesday) morning he is reported to In' resting naturally and to be
out of danger.
Joe Thatcher and the agricultural
editor of The Sun inspected Thos.
Powers' fine ranch last Sunday
evening. The main object of the
trip was eat all the strawberries
possible, and this task was sue
eessfuHy accomplished when the din
■r hour arrived. . Mr. Powers has
one of the finest ranches in the vat
l"y, and he knows how ro work it
irofitably. The frost last Wedn
day evening did Considerable .lit
age to the potato crop throughout
thi! entire valley.
Thc Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will give a strawberry and
ice cream social next Saturday even
ing in Ihe brick block formerly peel!
pied hy the Citizens' Supply eompany, on Bridge street.
thc high-grade Helen mineral claim,
situate near Greenwood, spent last
Sunday in this city.
W. H. Covert, who has spent the
past winter in this city in order to
make it more convenient for bis ehil- ]
dren to attend school, will move back
to his ranch this week.
A Party of Surveyors Now
Preparing to Go Over the
Old Route.
Premier McBride and Hon.R. F.
Green returned from Phoenix Sunday morning by private conveyance.
They boarded the Great Northern
train for Spokane on their arrival
here.
cTWINING NEWS
W. T. IIaz.cn, of the staff of engineers of tbe Midway A Vernon
railway, was in Grand Forks the
other day looking fur transit men,
but was unsuccessful in his search.
A corps of surveyors will be sent out
from Midway in a few days, to go
; over the old survey of this line. To
i a gentleman of this eity Who visited
| Greenwood the.otlierduy, Mr. Ralph
The converting \ it of the B. C. i •Sl"!vilcs> ***e I"'"1""'*''' "f  tho   md>
Copper company's smelter, rececntly i """lo  tllc' I'"*111™ *M»meM that
tbe line would be built tbis summer.
This is more than a local  road.   It
will form a connecting link between
the roads running   east  ami   west
through the province.    At Vernon
it will connect with the Shuswap &
Okanagan, which runs to  the  main
line of the C.P.R.
preliminary test last Thursday night
under the direction of Thos. Graham,
late of Tacoma, Wash. Everything
worked   to   the   satisfaction of the
management.
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The Ironclad, in' Wellington
cinip, is being added to the Boundary list of shipping mines. Tbe
property, which is looking exceedingly well, is. being worked by
Messrs. Rumberger, Farrell and Porte*. A ear of ore, running Sin in
gold, is being taken daily from a lead
reported to bo 80 feet wide.
On tbe lirst of July all six furnaces anil the two stands of copper
converters at the Granby smelter
will be closed dowb to allow of repairs being made to thc roof of the
furnace room. It is expected that creek from where the old stage road
four of the fumacis will In blown in crosses die creek, to summit camp,
About fifty Italian railway laborers arc now arriving in the city
daily. ..It is stated that tbe supply
is nut yet equal to the demand.
Taylor & Fisher, who have the
subcontract from the smelter to the
dam on tne smelter spur, are said to
be making better progress with their
grading operations than any other
contractor on the line.
A wagon road up Fourth of July
Annual Picnic.
The annual picnic of Knox church
congregation and Sabbath school
will be held on July 1st, Dominion
day, among the groves Southwest of
the greenhouse. The usual juvenile
sports will be held, Parents and
cliildrcn will please thing their
baskets. Light refreshments will be
sold on the grounds. Young and
old will meet at the church at 9
o'clock in the morning, anil Jiusses
will leave the ehureh for the grounds
at that hour. All are Welcome to
come and enjoy a good holiday.
The Woman's Guild of Holy
Trinity ehureh will hold a lawn social at Mrs. W K. C. Manly's Wed
nesday evening, June 2'Jth. Strawberries, ice cream and other season
able delicacies will bo on sale.
The annual premium list of the
Spokane Interstate Fair is out. It
comes in a new shape this year, be
ing about the size of a railroad folder
ami opening on the longer edge. It i*
a very convenient size and well worth
reading. Among the changes observed, one of the most important
is the largely increased prizi's in ll
[mil department. Besides this there
is a complete new department exclusively for the children, and new
prizes in the line arts department.
Every division shows changes, more
or less important. Copies of this
hook may be obtained by addressing Roht. II. Cosgrove, manager,
Room 820Mohawk block, Spokane.
Don't forget that you are cordially
invited to attend 1'iof. Hepburn's
Dominion day ball in the Eagles'
hall. Dan Kcily will befioor manager,
Geo. Holford, who purchased a
portion of the Ward ranch, a couple
of miles west of this city, last fall,
left today for Kamloops, where he
owns a stock farm.
Capt. Rogers, the well known
prospector of this city, left yesterday
on a prospecting trip up the North
Fork. Ho intends to go to a point
■'JO miles beyond Frrnklin camp.
Mr. O. H.  Jo
restaurant in the
opened  his
j building on
again on the followingSunday night,
and the other two about a week
later.
Electrical power was utilized for
tbe fi st time last week at the Mother
1 0 le smeller at Greenwood. Thi'
power is used to operate the large
bloweis for the two blast furnaces.
Plans are also being tttked of for thi'
extension   of  the electrical   lino  to
the Mother Lode mine, three mill's
wist   of   Greenwood,   where   steam
power is now being used to operate
the machinery.
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Several men are now employed at
the No. 87 claim, Summit camp,
adjoining thc Senator, under Foreman lingers, and shipments will soon
b.'coming down to the Granby smelter at the rati! of a carload of or.'
daily. J. B. Henderson has given
the Granby company an option on
the property.
is How being built by the contractors to get in the supplies for (he railway builders.
The contractors arc really figuring on getting tbeir work completed
by October, and it is believed that
Great Northern trains will be running into Phoenix before winter bets
in.
Foi."uan MoGrade's C.P. 11. extra
gang of 'I'., men, Who have been
spending a week, ou short notice,
in rendering the Brooklyn and Stem-
winder spurs ready for tnillic, have
pulled out for the lien Williams
spur, two miles this side of Hartford .luneli  whore they   are   now
laying the steel. This spur is being
put in specially for the ore traffic
from Phoenix,
About Hi" null are now employed
in the railway camps around Summit camp.
Today is the date set for the sale
of thc Winnipeg mine, tu takefilaccj ]hm]H & Umhu (,X|1(,,.t ,,, com.
at the courthouse at Greenwood, the | mcnc(, gmding operations within the
upset price of 34500 having been set dty limit3 ()f p|monix ,1,,, „,,,.];,
on the property. Labor liens will In
paid from the net proceeds of tin
sale.
The Bj C. Copper company has
put on a train of pack mules to lake
out sonic ore for test shipments from
thc Roderick Dim in Long Lake
camp. It will be placed on the
cars at Eholt.
Thc C.P.R. will   run   excursion
trains from Phoenix, Greenwood and
Midway to Grand Forks next Thursday for the circus.
Burt Rue and a patty cf four or
five Chicago capitalists are expected
to arrive in Grand Forks within a
fortnight. ©Xt-> Hifittug §«tt
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Legal notices, 10 nnd 5 Cls. per line.
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PnotJE 65. ORAND  I'ollKS, II. c.
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'lUESDAY, JUNE 2s, 1904
Judging by past years, Ihe present
dry spell will soon conictoan end. If
it doesn't rain on the 1st, it's because
Grand Forks is not celebrating Dominion day this year.
The secretary of the Driving Park
association is still receiving enquiries
From all the leading racing centres
concerning the meet in this city iu
August. The event promises to be
most the successful yet held in
this citv.
The board of carnival directors report that they are making satisfactory progress, anil thai they will
soon be in a position to announce a
definite program.
The Fifth regiment British artillery band of Victoria will furnish
music at thc Spokane Interstate
Fair .this fall. October 3rd to tub.
This is one of the famous military
bands of Canada, tnd they expect to
play a long engagement during tin'
summer at the St. Louis exposition.
They will play during the day al
the fair grounds, anil also give a
number ol' evening concerts.
Vi'HY DO WOMEN SufFES
Such pain and endure the torture
uf nervous headache when' a quarter
buys u bottle of Nerviline which never
fails lu relieve. Just a few drops of
Nerviline in sweetened water cures
nervous or sick headache, relieves heart
palpitation and makes you feel better
Immediately. eTevilinecau't be beaten for quickly curing stomach and
bowel troubles anil should be kepi in
every home. It's good to rub on.for
external pain and excellent fur inward
use. Soldin large 25c buttles. II. K.
Woodland, druggist.
CITY  NEWS
N'nxt Friday uinl Saturday, bolug
legal holidays ( Dominion day), the
Grand Forks and Columbio post-
oHlcis will in; closed. Tht: general
delivery will lie open lor one hour
oulyon each day. from Still 1 p. ni.
Tho new city council of Phoenix
las' week passed a rcsolu\ionresj)ecl-
fully requesting Ins honor tin' lieu-
tennnt-governor in council to remove
Police Magistrate W. li. Williams
from oHiee, and also to Instruct tho
police commissioners of Phoonix to remove Chief of Police
C. II, Moon from thr police force of
tho citv.
Now is the time to bring in your j
bieycloand get it repaired and pul in
shape for the wheeling season. Gko. |
Chapplk, Bicycle Dealor.and Repairer.
Tho log jams which have been
lodged against the piers of the Firsl
Street bridge for over a week, have
been successfully broken up.
Forbes M. Kerby left yostorday
for Franklin camp, where hn has
considerable surveying work to do,
It in now expected that President
S. Ii. C. Miner, of the Granby Consolidated, and party will arrive in
Grand Forks about the 10th of July,
Abigail Again.
I BEE by tiie papers, says a writer in
"Plck-Me-I p," thnt .some worthy
people in high placet nre Betting
a little tl''."* of the • servant
girl question. «nrt now there , tt a
pro. >siil t<. bring boys up to the
jnb. What will become of the balance of the girls willlnff but not
henceforward able to take to service, Is n it state... Pcrhnpr the English language Is too abrupt and practical to permit of uuy reliable statement of the kind. But, of course, It's
the old trouble. When mlstrett and
innl'l fall out the fault Is always tbe
maid's. We never hour of any society
for proving mistresses in the wrong.
And poor old Abigail is down again!
I think before people lay the blame
too heavily on Abigail they should
search their own hearts and see If
there is no fault in themselves. Just
•because the family thinks It would like
to have breakfast at eight o'clock In
the morning, Abigail's night's rest Is
practically broken from seven a.m. onwards. First there is the alarm clock,
which rattles like thc Day of Judgment; and just as she has turned over
and gone to sleep again, the electric
bell over her head starts Ut Infernal
clatter, interrupting her in a most
lovely dream Just where she and the
milkman's young man had arranged to
get married ns soon ns he could get
trusted for a suite of kitchen furniture
and a regulation four-poster; Md as
a final blow she has to sit up In bed
nnd hear the master downstairs offering to run up and'*drag her out of bed.
while the missis Is declining the offer
with some energy.   No thanks;
Uow much ulcer It would be to treal
AJbigal] like one of the family. Now
•and again it would show a very good
feeling if the head of the family went
off to the city without his brenkfast
rather than disturb Abigail In her second go of beauC/ sleep, V/nep empl iy-
ers meet together nnd talk of Abigail's
sins, It never seems to occur to them
that they might "win her over 'by a
timely display of generosity. Nobody
seems to think anything of it if missis
comes down to breakfast In a dressing-
gown. She chooses to do it, and that is
enough. Put If Abigail watts .-at tin
breakfast-table in a red flannel petticoat, fastened over her shoulders with
a safety-pin, the lirr.-h remnrks that
are heaped upon a poor orphan girl are
positively brutal,
What Abigail objects to so much Is
the perpetual fault-find Ing. Suppose
she does drop a plate op tbe ground
and break it? ,-A plate must be broken
sooner or later In the ordinary course
■ of nature, and, as lloratlus said when
he called for volunteers to defend the
narrow pass, we may -»s well pick It off
as wait for It to drop on us.
Jn many households It Is quite a
usual thing to ket-p n common, Irresponsible cat of indifferent moral
character, and to let it have tne nee
run of the place. If the eat does anything wrong, the missis at once blames
—Abigail, is It any wonder that the
servant girl has turned at lo*-i after
centuries of Injustice? If the cat
shou'd got the key of the beer cask and
go down and draw off a modest quencher, It's ns likely as not that Abigail Is
charged with having taken the beer for
her favorite policeman, when It is well
known that he Is a teetotaller and only
eats cloves to improve his complexion.
As every naturnllst is well aware, It is
quite a common thing for a cat to run
round to the pawnbroker's with a couple of the best tablecloths till the end
of the month; but as sure as anything
A<b.gall will be charged with the offence,
just because the ticket happened to fall
out of her petticoat pocket. Most unreasonable.
The way to bo]vp the problem Is not
for the mistresses lo entrench themselves on one side and 'he maids nn the
other, and speak in harsh and Inconsiderate language of the opposition. As
Lord Rosebery says, tlje way to make
peace is for two traveler's to arrive at
an Inn and have a drink or something
of that sort, nnd drop hints of mutual
concessions In between the sips. The
mistresses should meet the maids casually and get some idea of the basic
principles of domestic service as governed by the natural aspirations of
both sides. As I make It out, the point
of view of tho mistresses will be that
they want a girl who will always -ret
up nt six In the morning, who will always look neat nnd tidy, and who will
be talked nt In a loud, rasping voice
from Ihe attic to the cellar without
once nnmverlng back In the dreamy,
picturesque language of Bermondsejr,
A girl who can do the work of three
men, and who has a --mall appetite, will
be preferred,
From the maids' point of view, I understand it is considered essential that
a bicycle should be lupt nn tlio preift.
iBSt exclusively for klodien m»o, and
that the offensive habit of locking up
the piano and hiding ihe key will he
discontinued. Tt will also be necessary
that the object innahle practice of
counting the hollies of sherry in tha
cellar, and the mince pies in the larder,
Should at once cease, ns this sort of
thing Is calculated to Imply distrust
and Want of confidence. The question
as to the privilege of wearing the missis's sealskin Jacket or her new hat is
not definitely settled; but it is understood thnt a concession of this sort
would go far to remove tha* bad blood
that has heen stirred up in thi*-' unfortunate controversy.
Norris & Rowe have conceives-d anew
sensation for their greater shows, this
season. On the vast circular course
that encloses the triple rings within
the hug&-white tents, the races, sports
and pastimes of ancient imperial Home
vrllt be given, A realistic revival of
the races in the Circus Mnxiinus and
Coliseum, which involve the struggling
contests between men. horses, ponies,
elephants and nil animals fleet of foot
and filled with the fire of ambition to
excel! and lirst reach the goal of-victory. Chariots correctly const rneted,
costumes accurate in detail and design and every accessory is adequately
..(produced to make tho Olympian
games qompleto. With the many other
attractions this will prove a fitting ell-
iniix to as exciting entertainment as
was ever conceived. The new Norris iV
Howe big shows will exhibit at (irand
Forks, Thursday, June 30.
The'juestion: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 64.
Baths 2fi cents at the Yale  Kaibt
Sh(
For a nice liair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.     Maths 25c.
"Voir re next" at the Yale Barber
Shop.-
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If vou have a few friends to Spend
an evening at your home, <lo not forget to leave an order for some Hazel-
wood ice cream at Donaldson's,
Phone 64.
DER BACK AGAIN
of course.    Meanwhile send
fcliem si.ini' of those $4,,00
CABINET PICTURES by
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Hotel Winnipeg
^ And with our long experience in the
hotel business, wo are prepared to
open to the publie a first-class house.
Our rooms are airy and well lighted. The Dining Room
will be second to none in tlio city. The Par will ho supplied  with  the  choicest   Wines, Liquors and   Cigars.
RIDDEL & DICKSON
MILNER
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PHOTO MAN
Studio Opposite Sun Office,
Winnipeg    Avenue
TRANSFER OF SALOON LICENSE.
To tiie lioitt-il ni Ucetisliio' Conunlnloneri
in unit furtba City of Grand fforltt.
NOXICK ii hereby i^vi-n tlmt tiie titular*
signed will, ut the next mooting *»r tin
Ri'iml of LtceimlliK Cntnnilsfiletioi'i in -on)
far't)u» City nf Grand Forki, npplj fo? <>
t.'oti».foi' nt'tin- Suli,tni Mcoime tri-antei) ti
respect cf Uie Province Howl, Grand Forlm,
fr.in. myself, tin- iitidersltriieit, to ■ .■'..■'■■■.
Ilan.li... of Of-nUtl   PnrHU   nfarSBtltil
Dntod nt Grand I'm-li*-, n.i.. tin- utli June.
1004.
H. A. HKSIiKKSnN.
fOR SALE
OR TO RENT,
One Single and one Double House
near the (ireat Northern station.
For particulars apply to
A. W. ANhKKSoN,
Caretaker  Public School,
brand Fork, li. C.
NOTICE
Brand Porta, B. 0 , May 30, WM.
Tn tho Roar*-of'1.1 ise Commissioners ,,i
tlioritvof CiuiiJ Forks:
NOIIOH IS HKItBHr GIVEN tlmt  I lit'etiil
t .;.ly nl tin. ii,-M in. itlllU i.l till' llimril
nf  I ii-h Commissioner. r,.rtl„. City ol
dim.il roiks Ht trhloli tlir nnnllrutloti oan Ik
lii'iiiil for un Until i.i.  in res t of tin
promises klioo'n as tin' Raile Hotel,sltnatr
' on l.i.l Number Pour [41, Hlooli Number Pont
Ml. i iiillnir to lleBlstorecl  I'lmi  Number
TlilMvlUe|:B|.
Datetl tliltintb ilai of Mow nun.
MAIiliAltl T IUVKIIi V.
y?oii sale
GOOD DRY
TO QUICKLY CURE BIL10USKESS
Uho Dr. jfemiltun's Pills of M m
drake and   Butternut.    Thev clcii'ia/
the Htoniitchc (ind bowels, a»-: i   the
liver in removing bile, nnd i-mv ilior-
ouRbly,    Use   onlv Dr.   Ilmnillun's
Rills."  Price, 25c.   II.  E. W land,
drugging.
L. A. Mtinly is moving n i|imntity
tif goods to bis Fourth 0, July i stub.
lisluiie.it.
Delivered to any *M Crt C. 0.  D.
jifift of the eity   OtiOU per Cord,
Solid in your orders
in iiilviiitcf, tt« we are
always busy.
W. GLANV1LLE,
COLUMBIA P, 0
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE (i4.
Best Ice in the city. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANS-
VVM WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   ].   MILLER
Developing
and
Printing
X
H, E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
gRAND FOHKS FEDBRAL I.A-
bor   Vnion  No.  B.91, A.L.U.-i
Meets    every    Wednesilay    evening
ut 8 o'clook in   Federal   Union  bull.
Dan Kki.lv, Pros,    '
Jas. A. HARMS, See.
SF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IM C\ ATHlNfl ft Would In; mlvisjiblo to c.iH and see
\W -WL-VJ I I UnU what we are doing. No trouble to
show goods; For Quality, Fit nnd Price in Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better.   1 also have an agency for one of the best (Eastern
■ SSSIS SUITS FROM $15 UP
can get it for you, as J thoroughly  understand taking measurements.
UbO.   C.  ilAS,51b, Grand    Forks.
I CHOICE FRUITS AND CON-
i)i,.M.i,iis •  fectioNERY,
IS       \    TOBACCOS AND CKIAHS.
■   JCKCRKAM PARLOR IN CONNKCT10N
Opp.  Queens  Hotel,  Grand Forks. B. C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALER? IN ALL  KINDS OF
FRESH Cb\ CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
HONEY SAVED
I'.v i:i:YlN(i YOUR SUPPLIES i-'UO.M
J.  H. HODSON
A LA 11(1 li AND COMPLETE STOCK OP GROCERIES ROOTS
AND SHOES AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS always on bund.
Siitist'iietifin (Iiiiii'initt'ed or Money Refunded.
PHONE 30 GRAND FORKS, B. C.
We are opening up in the
HARNESS AND SADDLERY business
OPPOSITE THE QUEENS HOTEL
Repairing of^All Kinds a .Specialty)    Watcli for Future Ads.
.Stock obming in from Spokane, Calvary and Toh>rito.
Frechette CBi, Hallberg
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
J Grand  Forks
THURSDAY,JUNE30
KRrORMANCES AI 2 AND 8 P.M.
mm i isM
Bid   SHOWS
.n.atVAOBRiB
"• .''."•. 'ODROME
_.,„., ,.,.3 r.,,,r „.,,,,.,.
TO-?
fi    DBTP0 BLliVATBl*
A NEW ClnCUS THBOUOHOUT
AEtWC  ,»l*riSTS  /,:<!) AffflUl  A'lTOKS
li-IWAi-JVELOUS BELFORDS-5
 ^Tha World's (IreatfSt Acrobats
MELNOTTE,. LA NOLE anil MELNOTTE
Europe's Premier Comedy High Wlro
Artlotfl
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
PINE   LAUNDERING.
COLLARS, • (;i'FKS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NIC I'I   AND   IKON Kl i   BY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN KMl'LOYKD.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
<* - GRACEFUL   GROTHS - 6
ft'nst Retnjfha.ble Contortionlflts^Extsn*	
i- FLYING   LA   VANS-4
T'le   Must   Si;i'i.ooenl   Atrlul nymntists
6"GARDNER   FAMILVG
 Horo3 of ihe High Horizontal Ours
3 •H'^cdo"naTd~bF-iosT^ a
Tho ;For*m«st TrlckjCycllsts	
_C-COVAL OKA JAPANESE TROUPE'S
C.\B HUNDRED PERFOJiMINQ AW'IALS
Grand Gold Glittering Street Parade
at 10:30 a. m.
One Ticket Admits You to Everything
Adults SOc. Children 25c.
Dr. FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Hunter-
Phone 27. ' Kendrick Co. '*Store.
R. C. MCCUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER-
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing; Gup Repairing, Manu-
fnoturer of Screen Doors and
Windows."
Riverside   Avenue,
Opposite .1. W. Junes' Furniture Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
nf Pluin.bingSpecinlties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPEOSITE POSTOFFICE
WATCH REPAIRING
Regnlafcing and Adjusting a
Specialty.   Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler *in<t f iptiulmii
GltAND   KOWK, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
w. 11 1*. ci.i.mi;nt
IiillS U. 01'BNCB
tljIiilUMM IV ul \iM\)
HiirrlHlt-i'H, t*olicJtor«,
Noturte**. Kic
Biden liioi:)-, Corner wimi^eg Av » and
First Streeti    .
GRAND PORKS, It. (,'.
Pacific Hotel
J..I. UolXTOSII
Oppusite O.P. li. :^tittinn,
fi.liiiiil.i..  II. I
CALL IN
And get  measured  for a swell
Spring Suit
We hnve nil the latest styles nnd
can guarantee you satisfaction,
ami our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MBIH'IUN i' TA1LOH,
r.KAM) I'OHKI. B. C.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee St SI.P1111I Railwwy,known
all over the Union ns the great rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night between St..
Pan! and Chicago, nnd Omaha ami
Chcago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand: ('uiiniv
titnis are mode with All Tianso.nl
ueutal Lines, assuring to passengers
the hest service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heal, of
a verity equaled by ho other line.
See tlmt your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
H. L. Foiid, U.S. Ilown,
Trav. Pass. A^t.,      (lea. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Ore.
YALE.
0, Martin, Spokane.
J. II. Huhli, Newark.
II. W, Findley, San Francisco.
Mrs. L. t Brattlim, Spokane.
IC. S. White and wife, Spokane.
C. II. Lewis, Curlew.
.1.   M.  SeraH'ord  and family, Republic.
I'. Murker, Toronto.
W. II. Ttitlield, Toronto.
Thos. ('. Gray, Vancouver.
A. Morrison, Valley.
F. ]'. Hemson, Niagara Falls.
0. II. Jones, Chesaw.
.las. Jainieson, Phoenix.
.1. P. Porter, Spokane.
J. I). Porter, Spokane.
11. F. Qreerij Kaslo.
Richard McBride, X. Westminster
lid ward OinJatt, Spokane.
U ni. Iieechwootl, Spokane.
('. A. DesBrisay,Spokane,
(leu. A. Campbell, Victoria.
W. II. Oroslsley, Winnipeg,
A. Miller, Greenwood.
Win. Classen and wife, Eholt.
Miss Lnella McMalion, Spokane.
WINNIPEG:,
Jus. Johnson, Cascade.
John Buckley Sandon.
II. T. I.an'iniore, Cascade.
A line liue of Bass' Ale always in
in stuck at thoGrand Forks Hotel Par.
Heavy teaming of all kin Is done
by J. W. Jones.
The May hest smokers ill town at
Donaldson's. Ltirgerati'e from which
to choose.    Get our prices by the box.
GRAND BIG STREET
During the Race Meet at      _^
Grand Forks, B. C. CO
83
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX   I'ltl'lSIIVTIiklA*.    CHUKCH,  tlnnid
Parka .1. I!. Itnlii'i'iKKii. It.A , pastor.
Servicesevory .siiihIh.v nt 11 u.tti. tiru .7:110 11.
tii.iSiiinliiv soltuol nml Itilil.'i'lii-.. .1 t>. tit.:
'Yeitmliiifer liulM uf 0. li.. Ti tny, B
I'i'ltSTMI-.TIIOIMS'riatlintai   Coram Main
nml Pllthsts,   .1. I". Pelts, pnstar. Si'rvi	
iivt't-.v Simitar nt II 11.In. unit 7.Ill' I'.tn.;
i-ln.. i, tlitx nt close of inornliiit .orvloej
8 Inv   SCllOOl    I   IHI.If rliiK.nt :i |i. m.i
□royer ineotltiji every Tlittrstluy avaiilnic
ut jo'i'lorlt. TtTeiaiblloiscorillnHyInvited:
liot.v TRINITY OMUrtOH (Ohuroh ol Kin.'"
I I), linuiil   I'i,i-lts, Henry Hl.'nle, vlear-
[    llnlvt'i. niiiiiii.Sn. in.; morlllng lirayor
nml serntotii 11 n. in.; Sunday m-limd, it p. m.:
evensong and sermon, T.BU a. in.  All are
I   eorillnll) Inviti'il.
WHY GO FAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brush
irnd alkali plains, when you may
just, as well lake a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart ol the Rocky Mountains in
view of the gttindesl scenery on the
American continont?
This yon can do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, tho far-
famed. "Scenic Line of the World."
the oidv transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, (llen-
wooil   Springs,   l.eielville, Colorado
Splines and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains easl
und west, and afford a choice of livi
dislinct routes of travel. Thacinii*)-
ment of these trains is the best, in-
cluding free reclining chair ears.
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining ear service, ami also
personally conducted excursion cars,
each in ennrgoof a c peleiit guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive means nl
crossing tho continent can bo found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
I). Mansfield, Gen. Agt., RioGrande
Lines, No, 12-1 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
DR. MATJONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
bental Surgery, Philadelphia.
otlice in Megaw lllodk,
Phono 138.        I irand Forks. II. (
(INCLUSIVE)
a
The most novel attract ion ever held in the Boundary
Country. Four days of general entertainment and merrymaking, in which the whole Boundary country is cordially invited to participate, An interesting feature of the Carnival
will be the coronation of the Cjueen. who will be elected by
popular vote. Candidates are entered frorii Rossland, Nelson,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic, Northport and Grand Forks,
and a close and spirited contest is looked for. Another feature will be the Grand Midway Plaisance, which will bo
stocked with novelties;of every description. There will also jj"jj"«|
lie u rock drilling contest for a valuable prize, in which tho \Si
best teams in the surrounding country will meet in compete W»*»5|
tion, The Gala Attraction will be ilardi-Gras night, when g|J
everyone is invited to musk from 7 to 11 :.'!<) |, m I'm- •> *•>
farther particulars see posters. There will be
RATES ON ALL RAILWAYS during Carnival
i
SPECIAX hi
Week. tl
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson
Geo. Urlin J. Temple
R. F. Petrie       J. M. Ross
M. White John Leamy
C. Buhler
m
3
®
vssissss&SKxftams k
Furniture Polish
Wi'have it.   The Twentieth CVnturv Polish make "Id Purniturt)
l,...klikclH-W.
1 "  "   FORMALDEH DE -1'x's
SMCTTY GIIAI.Vf
At Your Druggist,
Phone 35
Night Service
J. M. ROSS
U
$27.50 IN THE
NION HOTEI ANDMU5IC HALL
Bar Supplied With the fined Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. LUNCH COUNTER---
Meals Served at All Hours. Finely Furnished
Rooms in Connection.
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
When  an Accident Happens.
J27.50 invested in the "AcraMtoiATtvB" Polioy issued by the t'ANA I MAN' CASUALTY A
SITHANCE COM PANY, of Toronto, may ho worth $|5,000 '" .•'"" "'"'" "" teeidont happens,
that it is the hest ACCIDENT UN'SUItANCM POLICY on tho market.
ALL THAT 13 NECESSARY is t0 nu'efc witl' an "eeiilent in'order to receive 11st- cash under this |
VOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by wty-ng"»
PETE McCAI.EUM, t:
Call on him and have your sisters, courins, wives and aunts and all their friends call, end it
SICKNESS POLICY, covering 30 diseases, which is undoubtedly the must ITP-TO-BATK sickne
public.   1)0 IT NOW.    No medical examination required.    Every man and wonjan should have
Authorized capital. ll.OOOrOOO; subsoriGed capital. $600,000. Boiler Inspection, Boiler I
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insuranee, Elevator Insurance. Consulting Engineers. It will |»i
a policy on your boiler and consult us frets of charge on all matters pertaining U, steam usage. '
visory .Department can save our policy Holders many times their premiums by tho service renderei
of regu at- inspection is the greatest safeguard against, boiler explosions.    All our inspectors are re
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -
P. T. MoOALLUlf, GRAND FOHKS AGENT,
NH BOILER IN
Everybody admit
,.,l icy.
it for the Above
ed Company.
-I: to.see the NEW
policy hefore thc
one.
isitrance, Personal
v VOU to take out
)ur Engineers' Ail-
I them, The fact
i.uiisible engineers.
Head Office Toronto
s^RIDER AGENTS W£HH3
in each town to tako orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed BioyofeSi
New 1903 Models
fj&\ "Belisse," Complete $8.75
% ffl " Qossack," auaraniccl lllk-h Oracle $10.75
"Siberian," AUenuty $12.75
\M"Neuelorf,"      UoadBaeer       $14,75
tllf afl uo latter bicycle at any price,
-1 Any other make or model you want al one-third
usual price. Choice of any Btandard tires ami best
oqulpment on all our bicycles. Slronyrtl guarantee.
We Stilf ON APPROVAL C. O. V. to any one
without a uut deposit ami allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purcbaso Is binding.
| 500 Second Hand Wheels <*;Q .  to
ii In trnilii liy our Clilcawi retail Mori . *Stf ■" (IO
mi.. , iiikI niodcls, pood asnciv  ^
nfll HfiT DIIV I blWSla Mil] yea li"'" 'vri|en for nn.
;J-    '!..)£   liUI   FACTOItr PRICE*. A\U ( I'r !   I ■i.'iLOHL:-
Tires. Bflulpment, sunilri'.s and stwrtUlff SOOdl of all kinds, nl half ri aular price
In our lag Iref sundry (,iiitiH|. c.n iilii- n vmrld of asotttl Informal jnu. Wr.U'ferli.
J. L. M&kU OYOLE GO., Chicago, ill. c.
W.K.C. MANLY [
...IIKAl.tUt  IN'..
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings- —
Tlio first consignment of a
b
Lne nrst consignment ot a  ■-, . j •r»t
(argeand up-to-date stock of  bOOTS andbllOeS
Just Received,
PHONE f, BRIDGE STREET \
 *J
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
Is an old axiom, but in order to live
we must get tiie best to eat.
TRY OUR Tcndcr Steaks Juicy Cutlets, Chops, Etc.
IHI  UUn pjsh ancj Game in Season.
Union rJMeat Company
Phone  14
Head Office at Grei5n\v6od, 11. C.   Markets at GreenwojoD, B. ('.,
Phoenix, li. ('., Grand Forks, B. C, and McLeod, Alta.
The "Club"
OPPOSITE postoffice,
First Street.
Highest   Grade    Imported
Fold's,   ClIEKUIKS,    BuROUN-
Di us, Eto.
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A largo consignment of Lounges, Diniiig-rooTn Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived, full anil inspect them,
Also a stock or Blankets, (juills, Pillows, etc.. to he sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our ^display of Pictures
lor Christmas.
Grand  Forks
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments nf Boundary mines for  1900, 1901, 1003,
1903. 1904, and for the past week: ■ ,
1000       1001.       1902.       1003        1004    Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix  64,538   231,7(12   309,858   393,181   ,270,910     12,180
Snowsnoe, Phoenix       297
Mother Lode, Deadwood     5,340
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. .Mine. Summit  19,494
Emma, Summit  	
Senator, Summit Canip	
Oro Denimi, Summit Camp	
Brey Fogle, Summit Camp	
^j0    No.'37, Summit Camp	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,250
Athelstan. Wellington..-.     1,200
No.7 Mine, Control	
City of Paris, Central     2,000
Jewel, Long-Lake       100
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E, P. U. nnd Goldfinch      ......
Miscellaneous    3,380
1,721
20,800
74,212
99,034
141,3211
138,079
87,980
3,104
S04
7,455
15,731
150
3,889
47,405
14,811
19,3(15
(lot)
8,530
22,937
.1(13
15,054
1,756
7ii9
15,53.7
13,313
192
192
396
111 -1
1,040
785
625
2,435
550
5,64(1
2,968
605
482
350
2,175
219
993
400
1(17
4 16
886
204
5,861
325
i
Total   tons  99,730   390,000   507,515   684,426   390,461      16,571
Granby Smelter treated  62,387   230,828   312,340   401,921   300,511      12,284
i ijk.sg^ ^j-^ ^.^ ^w^ .'^t^.'^i i* i
ONE OF THE VILEST DISEASES    "
Is cartarrh, tvhich first attacks  the | ^"Jj*]
ttose and throat and finally spreads all
through   the   system.    Tiie  one sure
cure is fragrant, healing Catarrhozone,
wliieli is sent by the air yn   breathe
direct to the rout of the trouble.    Mr.
T. Y. .MacVicar of Yarmouth suffered
tor years from catarrh, and says:    "In
my lung experience with the loathsome -"jtru
disease I never used any remedy that IjTJ\
relieved   and cured so promptly as ('n    lgj%4
tarrhii/iuie.     When my   nostrils were
so stalled up that I couldn't  breathe I!
found a few inhalations   of Catarrhozone' was  sutlieient to clear away the
mucous.    I    am   perfectly   cured by
Catarrhozone and free from the disease
entirely."    Use   only   Catarrhozone.
Complete outfit 81.0(5, trial  size 25c.
II. E. Woodland, druggist.  '
C7£2C7£2£Z
i
*>
3J
Riverside Avenue
N. D. McINTOSH
I'lltST   STRKttT, GRA.NO   FDIIKS
A Complete Line, of Furniture, Hardware and Cutlery Always
(allied in Stock and Sold Bed-flock Prices. Largest Variety ol
(loods in thc Citv.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought und Sold.    Call and Inspect My Goods.    A  Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOI BNRGAINS
LAWN
AND
FIELD
"A
H  H
The ecret of Good Crops is to Secure Good
Seeds. All Our Seeds are Fresh and Warranted to be of the Highest Quality,
N. McLEI.LAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE SfREET
GRAND FORKS, B. c.
Mining Stock Quotations
,-Uril.      Did
American Boy         2k 1°
Bcn-llur .'...        :!>
Black Tail        :i
Canadian Gold  Fields        I.1,
Carihim'(Mcl\'.)eN-div.        IJ
Centre Star      25
DenoroMines      -"->
Fairview        3
Fisher Maiden       '.'1
Giant        2
Granby Consolidated. $4.25
Al.H'iiii^lllorv  I.',
.Mountain   Lion	
Nortli Star'E, K.)..
Payne	
Quilp '..
Rambler-Cariboo	
San Poil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb 	
War Ragle Con	
Waterloo (assess, pd)
White Bear "
11
15
11
11
1
10
YOU HAY HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE
If your hack aches and you sillier
from dragging pains it is an evidence
of diseased kidneys. Get Ferrozone at
one ■ and take it regularly, Ferrozone
makes kidney sufferers feel better at
once. 'I I was bothered a great deal
with my kidneys last year," writes S.
(1. Denton of Everett, "hut gpt quick
relief from Ferrozone, My trouble
manifested itself by pain iu ETie back,
dull heavy feeling and constant headache.    I quite r Ivered after using a
few boxes of Ferrozone, which has
given me more strength and hotter
health than I ever had before. I can
recommend Ferrozone as a positive
cure." Price fide, at II. 10. Woodland's, druggist.
A large shipment of Guinness1 Stout
has just been received at tho (Irand
Forks Hotel Bar. A refreshing and
strength-imparting drink.
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson's, in bulk and in   fancy boxes.
The finest brands of wines, liquors
and cigars at the Grand Forks Hotel
*-*"•' 	
Tin1 best brands of fresh, cool beer
always on draught ut the Orand Forks
Hotel Bar.
ffo THE   TORONTO (fa
* DAILY NEWS|
8        —"        £
GRAND FORKS SUN II
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...FOR    ONLY
2.2
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A radical change from old methods anil prices has been made by
the Toronto Daily News. The eyes
of the newspvper world have
been upon The News for the past few
months, during which time several
departures have been made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation for enterprise nnd originality. This latest move is to place
Tho News nl the price of 11,00 a
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belief in the future success of Thc
News could lead the publishers to
iniike such a reduction in price.
But just as the dollar magazine has
taken hold of the people, so, wc venture In predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, based mil only on the popular price at which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
he paper.
We have arrang cuts concluded
which enables us to club the Toronto
News with our own paper at |2.25 a
year ill advance. Such a combination presents many unique features
—our semi-weekly giving you all
the home and district news, and
the big 12-page dailv keeping you in
touch with events all over the'world.
Send us your subscription:to The
News, or if you would like to see
the paper lirst, write us and wu will
secure a sample copy.
ft
Now is the time to bring in your i bj".-*
"bicycle and got it repaired and put in ^||
shape for the wheeling season. i;i„ M*5
Ciiai'I'i.k, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer
L. A. Manly is moving n quantity
nf goods to his Fourth oj.luly establishment.
| Subscribe Kj
I
Now.
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