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Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, July J 2, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
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Mayor  Hammar   Says
Will Not Accept a
Salary.
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Lawn   Sprinkling   Question
Was Considered  at
Length.
The weekly session of the oity
council was held in the council
chamber last evening, Mayor Ham-
mar,- Aid. McCullum, Feeney, Martin, Clements and McNee.
A tender for poundmaster was received from David Woodhead. The
letter accompanying the tender wns
of a rather humorous nature and
enlivened the proceedings for a few
minutes.
The financial statement hn* June
was rend by the city clerk, also the
quarterly statement. The former was
received nnd Hied, and the latter
wns received nnd ordered printed.
It was decided to nsk for tenders,
and the work given to the lowest
biddei.
Aid. MeNce, chairman of the
water and light committee, made a
report favoring the reduction of
hours for lawn sprinkling, as thecn-
ginccr at the pumping station wns
compelled to work overtime at present. In the discussion that ensued
Mayor Hammar stated that, although he realized the fact that the
eity needed the money, he wns in
favor of giving free water for lawn
sprinkling purposes. Residents in
• beautifying tbeir homes beautified
the city, nnd a beautiful city wns the
host kind of an advertisement. Aid.
Mnrlin thought the city had as much
right to charge the business for water
used for street sprinkling, as to
charge for the water used on lawns.
Aid. McCallum was of the opinion
that the high rate charged for the
water made people more lavish with
it, as they wanted to play even. He
himself bad used it very sparingly
until the first bill came in. After
that be had changed bis tactics.
The eity clerk staled that the water
used for sprinkling did not increase
the pumping expenses. Aid. McNee suggested making thc hours
from C to 8 a.m. and 5 to 6 p. in.,
but it was finally decided to leave
tbe matter in the hands of the committee for another week, with instructed that they bring in a report
at the next meeting.
Mayor Hammar reported that he
had engaged Chns. McAllister as
special policeman hi the West ward
at a salary of Si! per day. This
action had been taken in order to
give better protection to life and
property in that end of the city.
Mr. McAllister would continue in
that capacity until the next meeting
of the police commissioners, when
tenders for the position would be received.. The mayor also stated that
the commissioners had decided to
have the red light district fenced in.
Aid. Clements reported that thc C.
P. It. had decided to move its freight
Bheds to thc west side of the tracks,
and to do away witli the crossing on
the south side of the water tank.
Mr. McAllister reported these changes
to the council in order to avoid any
possible future misunderstanding.
The question of the appointment
of a poundmaster was then taken
up. No one seemed to want this position, with the single exception of
David Woodhead, and the conditions under which ho consented to
serve were not to thecouncil's liking,
and so his name was passed over.
Aid. McCallum suggested that, in the
event of the city being unable to secure a poundnuister, the police be
instructed to summon people who
let their stock run nt large. On motion of Aid. McCnlluni and Feeney,
the council recommended to the police commissioners thut they instruct
the policemen to take the necessary
steps to prevent horses and cuttle
from running at large.
The aldermen's indemnity bylaw was then brought Up for final
action. Tlio by-law provides hn a
salary of $22f> for each iildern an,
with a 85 penalty for non-attendance, except on leave of absence.
Aid. McCallum stated tfcat his views
on the salary questioH were well
known, and that be did not :n-
tend to take any part in the discussion. He thought, however, that if
the remuneration figure was left nt
8225, the penalty should be increased—sty to 88 for each non-
attendance. On motion of Aid.
McNee nnd Feeney, final consideration of the by-law was postponed for
one week.
Thc report of the committee of
thc whole on the mayor's indemnity
by-law was then accepted. Mayor
Hammar said he had voted ogoiiiBt
the by-lnw in committee wit out
giving bis reasons for so doing. He
was disentitled with the by-law, and
explained that if the aldermen were
to be paid S225, lie felt himself
slighted. He would not like lo see
the by-law pass, as be hud not accepted the office for Ihe salary there
might be attached to it. If the bylaw wns passed, he would hot accept
the salary. Personally he was o
the opinion that both the mayor and
aldermen were entitled to remuneration for their services, but the condition of the city's finances sliouldnlso
he taken into consideration! On
Mr. llainmar's assurance that he
would not accept a salary, further
action on Ihe by-law was dropped.
Vegetable growers will have an
Unusually good opportunity to take
prizes ul the Spokane Interstate Fair
this fall. Besides the regular prizes
listed in the premium lisl and which
amount to over i?250, one of the Spokane seed linns is giving a special
prize ol 820 in gold lor the best display of vegetables raised from seed
furnished by them. Another feature which should encourage grain
and vegetable exhibitors is the permanent display which is being gathered by the Spokane chamber of
commerce. All the best specimens
on exhibition at the Interstate Fair
will be retained for this ebnnibcr of
Commerce exhibit, nnd in every cose
where tbis is done the articles will
be plainly marked with the name
and address of the grower.
Tiik Sun has received from the
department of agriculture-at Ottawa
tho Statistical Year Hook  for  lDUii.
Thc Ladies' Auxiliary of the Phoenix Miners' Union gave a ball lust
week in aid of the Colorado miners.
The dance was a- pronounced success, netting $150 for the strikers,
Carnival Directors Are Making Satisfactory Progress
in Their Work.
The Tale of a Horse—Movements of Grand Forks
People.
The carnival directors held a well
attended meeting nt the Granby hotel
lust night. Thc preparations for the
August celebration are well under
way, and the work of perfecting the
plans for the affair is progressing
very favorably. A number of names
Irom outside parties who aspire to
represent their lucaties as queen of
the carnival have been received by
the secretary. The voting commences on the 15th inst., and will
continue for four weeks. Numerous
enquiries are also being received
from parties desiring to obtain concessions.
Geo. Taylor hns had- a private
circus with a horse which ho purchased about Ihrce weeks ago.
George bought the animal from a
stranger. A few days later it wns
confiscated by the Canadian customs officers for being sinuggl •(!
across the line, and sold nt public
auction. George bid it in. Yesterday the rightful owner of the horse
turned up, claiming that il had been
stolen from him. Mr. Taylor thinks
be will be able to retain possession
of the animal—at lenst nfter he
buys it a half dozen times more.
A meeting of the Boundary medical men was held in Greenwood last
week. Among those present were
Dr. Northrop of this city, Drs. Gordon and Boucher of Phoenix, and
Drs. Solum, Spaukie, Oppcnhcimcr
and Foster of Greenwood. .Matters
pertaining to the profession were
discussed and an association form 'd
with the following officers: President, Dr. Edward Schon; vice-president, H. E. Northrop; se.nclnry-
treasurer, G. .M. Foster, and tleie
with G. S. Gordon and S. ,\l. Op-
peiiheiincr lo constitute the executive coiiuiiitec.
G. II. Gluey, counsel for the .New
York syndicate who are negotiating
for the Midway nnd Vernon charter,
was in Greenwood last week nfter
Visiting tho const, where be looked
into the charter of the company.
Mr. llnzen nnd another New York
engineer went overthc route again recently. The principals arc expected
in tlm Boundary in a few days. Until their arrival no definite• statement will be iniide.
Geo. A. Fraser, M. L.A., returned
last Saturday from ft trip to Spokane and the Kimlcnays.
Aid. M. S. Martin relumed last
week from Fernie, where he has
been engaged in carpentry work during the past two months.
Thc clcctrii "rent between Cascade and the i.reenwood smelter
was cut off for mi hour Inst Thursday morning lo  railway  workmen
who blasted the wire as well as the
rock. Repairs wore qickly made
nnd operations at the smelter were
not delayed for nny great timo.
S. H. 0. Miner, president of the
Granby company, reached Coleman,
Alta., a week ugo, nnd is expected in
the Boundary daily to spend three
or four weeks. He wns met at Medicine Hat hy A. C. Flumerfelt and
H. N. Galer,
The railway gang working forTay-
ler & Fisher celebrated last Sunday
with a copious supply of beer. It is
snid thnt one mnn got so hilarious
tbat he attempted to take a swim in
Ihe big Hume. ■
Thc Boundary creek license commissioners will hold a meeting at the
Knob Hill hotel/Phoenix, July Ui,
to consider the application of August
Jackson, ownerof the large log build
ing on the New York townsite, who
wants a license to sell liquor by retail.
W
Says   There Has Been   No
Changes in the Granby
Directorate.
Mining News From Ail the
Camps of the Boundary
District.
The regular meeting of the Grand
Forks board of trade will be held on
Wednesday, July 13, at .8 p. m. nt
the city offices. Important business
will come up for consideration, and
all members are requested to be
present.
F. W. Peters, C. P. R. freight
agent for all lincB west of Lake
Superior, accompanied by H. E.
Macdonell, general freight agent at
Nelson, nnd a couple of friends,
wen, in the Boundary the latter part
of last week. Their special enr wns
left at Greenwoid, nnd met then
again in this city, the gentlemen
taking the opportunity to drive
through by Phoenix, in this way
tbey were able to see for themselves
thc route of the Great Northern to
Phoenix for much  of the  distance
.Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate For the Dominion bouse for
Yale-Cariboo, is campaigning in Ihe
upper end of the constituency.
Mr. S. II. C. Miner, president of
the Granby Consolidated Mining,
Smelting & Power Co., Ltd., was
seen in Nelson yesterday in relation
to thc report that James J. Hill,
president of the Great Northern
raiiroad, and friends, had control of
the stock of the Granby company.
Mr. Miner snid the management of
tho Granby company did not know
wdio owns the s|oek. Mr. Hill may
have some of the stoek, his friends
may likewise have some, but Mr.
Miner snid the company had no
knowledge of it, and did not care.
The reports published recently were
farcical. He said he was tile.director who was interviewed in Montreal
nnd the dispatch wdiich purported to
come from bim was wrong, as he
did not mnke the statements sent out.
The s'ocl'c' the company Was on
thc market and anyone could buy it.
As far as .Mr. Hill having control of
the company was concerned it was
vrrortgi There had been no changes
ill the directorate.
ii".    *   #
The II. (\ Copper coin pany is now
shipping blister copper instead of
matte, as formerly.
*   *   *
Patrick J. Dermody, for more
than six years foreman at the Granby mines at Phoenix, resigned on the
lirst of the month. He will look
after 80'ne good claims be has up the
West Fork of Kettle river, notably
the Highland Chief.
* * *
Last week the Providence Alining
company paid its fourth dividend of
10 cents per share, ns previously announced, making about $11,000 so
George S. Waterlow, <>f  Loudon,
England, who .is largely   interested
in  the  Snowshoe mine, and   who
has made a practice of  visiting the .
.    ,.,   ,     ,   liar paid.    .Manager .Mcintosh is now
property every summer, is hkcLy lo .    ' ,  ° ,
,   .', ;, . *     I in  Ihe  east   looking up the"$7000
do thc same ibis year. ,       ,   ,      .   , , .
; worth   of electrical machinery thai
it  is  intended  to equip the   mine
witli.
Thos. Kiddie, siirperintcndent of
thesinelterat Liulyniiith, Vancouver
Island, wns a Grand Forks visitor
yesterday, lie is on a pleasure tour
and is visiting all the smelters ofthe
interior.
Thus. J. Hardy, who recently sold
business at Coleman to L. A. Manly
of this city, has returned to the
Boundary.
Frank Sherwood, U. S. customs
inspector stationed at Danville, has
been confined to his home on account of sickness during the past
week.
Alex Robinson and associate have
bonded the Silver Cloud mineral
claim in Skylark camp from .1. W.
Nelson, I." II. Hallett, .1. I'. McLeod, A. S. Black and Duncan Rossi
The consideration is 810,000. Since
going to work Mr. Robinson has uncovered a vein of high glade silver
ore that gives assay values of $116
per ton. Three men are at work on
tbe property.
A diamond drill is now being used
at the .•100 foot level of the Mother
Lode mine. Some work on the
Primrose claim, one of Ihe Mother
Lode group, recently opened up uu
excellent body of iron ore.
Hi * *
Work lias been discontinued on
the Brev Fogto claim in Summit
camp, which bus been shipping to
the (Iranby smeller. Work is still
going on at he No. .'17, and there
ia talk of diamond drill testing.
Steve Swanson, who has for years
been   n   shift   boss at the Granby
mines, has been made underground
foreman of the properties.
*   *   *
A July dividend ol 10 cents a
share has been declared by thcl'mvi-
denco Mining company, operating
the Providence mine at  Greenwood.
Mrs. Mahan will give a social
party at hor residence this evening. Gllje Burning Bun
PUni.IsilICI) nviiliv TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
BVKNINQ8 ATllllAXD PORKS, 11.C, BY
G. A. EVANS.
Mostly  I.Ica
The ivrltnr. n Manil
glo-Indiiin bound fo
seated in the smi '.
Cnnadian    Pacific    I'll
!nm, and nn An-
Penang    were
ing-purlor   of   a
liiiiiu   car.   .The
SUIlSCIlll'TKIX BATES!
One. year....$2.00 | Three months.
Sir months ..  1.0(1 j One. month
Advertising rates furnished on appll
cation.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cls, per line.
Address all communications tn
Tm: Evening Sex,
Phone 55. grand porks, b.o.
FRIDAY, JULY 8, 190'
SUNSET   SAUNTERINGS
Jack Beckett and J. W. Graham
returned from a fishing trip up Ihe
North Fork. They brought down a
string of MX) trout—more or less.
Billy Huffman had n foot badly
crushed by n slag pot running over
it at the Granby smelter Inst night;
thinking uf the Manitoban and the life,
lie hail sketched. And the train rushed
steadily forworn through the niglrt, ano,
. thought of Ole unseen and ss }vt us.
rilled prnlrio Stretching to the horizon
un either liniid, and Hied to imagine its
l.road acres peopled with "men who
•rem mostly men.'—II. T. Munn in "Out-
look."
W.   A.   Harkm    returned
Franklin camp last night.
fn
Dave Evans, of Eagle city, who
has a large tie contract for the C. P.
R., has commenced to send them
down the river.
A report from Niglilhawk, Wash.,
says that surveyors at Oroville are
working on the Great Northern's
survey for the V., V. iii E. up tho
Similkameen river.
John Buckley, of Sandon, is doing assessment .work on bis properties in Wellington camp.
Long Deferred Explanation.
Yait-n afterward the man who refuseo
''a anesthetic nnd called for his violin,
which he played without missing a not(
vi bile the surgeons were sawing his le:
if, wns speaking of tiie Incident to ;
liend.
"I got a good deal (»f a reputation fo
bravery out of thc alFnlr," he said, "am
be papers all played mc up ns a here
'lit i wasn't anything of the sort. Iwn
fraid of chloroform, and nt first '.
lought I'd keep tlte leg and take th
'lancea. Then, all at once, 1 thong!-
,f my fiddle. Ymi never beard me pin
he fiddle, did you*"
"No, I never ll'd "
"Well, that made the surgical opera-
ion just notlihu ■
mild stand my ndillc'l. eollid **"nd an.
Iiing."—Chicago "Tiibune."
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTIOB.
PI'.KII Mineral Cluim, .itnnte in the Grand
Feral   Mining;   llivisi if   Yule District.
-- Wliel'c lecalcil;    III llnrnt Bnsttl.
TAKE NOTI0K that 1  Eci tli I..   Unmet.
I   nf Rnssliiiiil. II. ('..nL-iMit tor Robert E,
Crawford, Ercc Ml -'sCertificate No. S7D78D1
Fred   Lanire,  Free .Mince's Certificate   No.
1174632, and John Shaw, Free Miner's Cerilfi.-
il, sixty days from the
cite .\
.lute he
[urn C
pin I IISI
llliovc .■lllll'l.
Aid further tnlie noti
Section in. must lie CO
isSIIUKL.1, (If  ll'i'ltilir:
Dated tlili twelfth lay
lil.NNr.Tii
I'811 IS
the Mining Uoeorde
tilicnti, nf improvements, for tin
if obtaining ii ( rown l-jiuit nf tin
■thnt action, iiiulci
n eiiiiil before tin
,.(.! In provemants
Mulj, A.I) 11104
,. BURNET, I'.i-.S.
THE TIME
To have Baby's tvt/~vTXT
■el Jo-n is NOW
Frank Hartinger hns commenced
hauling the stone for the foundation
of his two-story brewery, which will
I reeled   on   upper   Main   street
during   tbe present summer,    Tin
stone eonics from  near the  Granby
KBnil Miller's bam, on bis ranch
across the liver, was struck by lightning during tiie thunder storm the
other evening. Besides dislocating
a few boards, the diiinuge wns nil.
Porter Bros., the Great Northern
bridge contractors, received a carload ol horses from Spokane yesterday. Pile driving for tbe trestle
across (be Newby Hat will be commenced in a (lav or two.
Pietur
For one-week me
at $1.00 per doz.
ie, Cabinets
, und a nice
i Cabinet size at $100  per
do/.., at
I lei
tilers.
miner's
Studio Opposite Sun Office,
Winnipeg Avenue.
■loping nnd Printing fur
An
TRANSFER OF SALOON LICENSE.
The grade on the Great Northern
smelter spur is now aboui completed
from tlio river to the ('. P. 11. tracks.
The crop ol fish stories promises
to very prolific when all the disciples
of Isaac Walton return to the city
from mountain streams and shady
lakeside nooks.
POSSIBLY YOUR WIFE
Doesn't look so young and pretty us si c died to. If her cheeks
nre hollow and pale, if she is tired uml
nervous she needs Ferrozoi e, which is
noted tor restoring the bloom of health
to sickly ghiB and women. Complexion quickly becomes rosy, spirits rise,
and strength increases dully. Health
and vigor will return to your wife or
daughter if Ferrozone is taken. It's
the best tonic niiule, and costs ode at
druggists.
Heavy teaming
bv .1. W. Jones.
ol nil  kinds dom
The very best smokers in .town ut
Donaldson's. Large range* from which
to choose.    Get our prices by tbe box.
'Baths '2ij cents ut the Yale
Sim],
Bur
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
thc City Barbel' Simp cm Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
Webbs1 chocolated galore at Donaldson's, in bulk and in  fancy boxes.
Mumtolntn was a elicery optimist;
tho Anjjlo-Indian 11 jn-H-iiTiiist with a liver, who said lie believed Canada's future
lay with the United States. This my
Manilnhnn resented, and when the Anjrlo.
Indian ended a remark with a piou?
hope that Manitoba might some day be
a desirable country, in *;pite of her severe winter, my Mnnltohan did not try
to conceal his contempt.
"Huh!" he ejaculated. "I tell you, it's
pretty prosperous right now, sir, winters nnd all, and don't you forget it. A
fur coat's n lot cheaper than malarial
fever anyway." (The .Malay peninsula
had been described.)
"Oh, yes! it's prosperous enough I
dnre say," replied the Anglo-Tndinii disdainfully; "bnt really when you talk of
tho Canadian North-West supplying the
Jiritish wheat mnrket . . ." and be
shook his head pityingly.
"See here," said my Manitoban, "how
much wheat did Great liiitnin import in
1902, anyway?"
The Anglo-Indian .shook his hem!
again.    "lieally,"   hi'   began,  "I'm   nol
able to state offhand "
"Well, I am," interrupted the other.
"Great Britain imported in 1002 one hundred and fifty-one in ill ion bushels, of
wheat. In 1002 Manitoba's crop of all
grains was one hundred million bushels
and the total wheat crop was fifty-three
million bushels."
"And how much of thai fifty-tli ret
million bushels found its way to England?" naked the Anglo-Indian sarcastically.
"That's nil right," nodded the Manitoban; "little enough, maybe. Uut I'm
coming to that. During th« year ending
Juno HO, 1002, the whole Dominion exported to Great Britain twenty-five and
one-quarter uiilliou bushel»*of wheat, ami
three-quarters of a million barrels of
flour out of a total export of tweiuv-six
million bushels and one million barrels.
Now, sir, that fifty-three million bushels
wns raised on two million acres of laud.
By 1010 Manitoba may have six million
ncre3 of land under wheat cultivation—
the land is there ail right—aud similar
conditions lo 1002 would mean a crop
of one hundred and fifty-nine million
bushels, or the total consumption of
wheat in Great Britain for last year.
And take notice, pleas.1. I am not saying
a word about the millions of acres of
rich soil In thc North-West Territories
awaiting colonization."
"Why is there so much unoccupied
land in Manitoba?" I asked, watching
the Anglo-Indian ponder on the figures
quoted aa I epolcG. "Are they 'lice'
lands?"
"No, sir," replied the Manitoban; "you
bet most nil the free land that's any
good has been taken up in Manitoba.
The railways, the land companies, syndicates, private individuals, own thousands
of acres of land in Manitoba, and they
are selling them every dny, cheap, too."
"What do you call cheap?" asked the
Anglo-Indian.
"Ten dollars to twenty dollars, £2 to
.C4 per ncre," replied tiie other. "Why,
land which ia not nearly so productive in
untario sells from $40 to $00 per acre.
The West is still supposed to be Svil.l,' l
guess," and he laughed merrily. "Last
year the official average of wheal per
acre in Manitoba was given at 2(i Im-h-
cls. Take an average price of 50 cents
per bushel, and you have a gross return
of $13 per acre. Farming by figures i;
easy—and delusive—so let's cut this return in half (ami that provides for every
contingency except annihilation) and
you have u gross return of $7.50 per acre,
which leaves a profit, after expenses, sufficient to warrant tbe price of good
land3 going to $50 per acre within u
year or two."
"And whnt is the reverse side of this
picture?'1 asked the Anglo-Indian, interested in spite of himself.
"Oh, that's there all right," laughed
the Manitoban, "We've had bad crops,
frozen crops, dry seasons. We get a six
months' winter, which is gen—u—ine
winter, all right. In the early 'lays we
had to team our wheat twenty-five to
fifty miles to market, and that was no
picnic when the thermometer was at 40
degrees below zero. Then the mostiuitoci
in summer, they worry « tenderfoot
some, ami . . . oh, dang it! that's
ntfBut all, I reckon. But still," and hi:
waved his hand out towards the darkness, "1 tell you, sirs, it's a line 'Country,
whether it's yellow with ripening wheat
or white under the bright Winter stars.
Its men are mostly men—xho« who
count are—and its women know Imff to
make a farmhousi- on the prairie a pr 'tty
good place for » fellow to get home to.
it's a clean, healthy life, gentlemen, Ami
a man keeps young on thc prairie a
long time after he has passed Llio 50*
mark.
"We're a Ion- \ ■ from, the center n-f
things up her g less, antl maybu »*.•
are a bit roiigu, bli. tbat doesn't count,
I've often watcneu the twilight steal
along so gently it's like a dream, and
the Northern Lights -hoot n'crosu the sky
like a mist of llamr. And it's good lo
smell the spring rains when they start
Ihe old carta into greenness, and to
hear the houk! honk! of the geese o,er-
liead, flaying they are pleased to get
home to the Northland again. You bet,
,-eutlemcn. it's n good country to live
• n and work >•'• and I guess it's all right
to sleep in when the work is wr>n (1'(j|l(J
riCTC's 111}' sta I ion. ami I'll hid you
good-nk'M. and 1 hope 1 haven't tired
vou wild my talk." ,
Ard tin? Maniioban stepped flit the
car as w pulled up at a station.
The moving (rain had resumed its
.sLeady thud! thud! thud! before the An*
■Jo-Indian spoke.
"The  C*)»noM(m Government   mayn't  rM{ANI>  FORKS FEDERAL  LA-
know of him,   he said, "but that man u ' M    , TT  .       XT      ,,-)i     * i  n
the best sort of emigration agent they! bor    U,,mn   No;   ""\l'  AJjU;—
have got." He rose nnd yawned. "I Meets every Wednesday evening
think °L'I1 turn in." he said. "Good-, ut 8 o'clock in Federal Union hall,
night." dan Ki*Li,y Pres.
But I mt.nnil, smoked  for a  while,       T       .   ,, a
1 - - 'I    Jas. A. Haubib, See.
A
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M
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We have takes over the
Hotel Winnipeg
Ami with our long experience in the
hotel business, we are prepared to
open to the public a firstolass house.
Our rooms urn airy and well lighted, The Dining Room
will be second to none in the city. Tho Bar will bo supplied   with  the   choicest   Wines, Liquors  und   Cigars.
RIDDEL & DICKSON
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders
1'est Ice in the city.
for IOE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE (14.
Prompt  Delivery.    All kinds  of TRANS-
FEE WOI1K PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
Developing
and
Printing
To  tilt*   lliniiil   nf Licctishi'r   ( .srninis>i■ nicr*.
In and for the Gltyuf Grand Forks,
NoTK-K is hereby given thnt the under.
ttlffiied will, at th.' next meeting of t h.
11 ■ >. * i * I of Liceiisii.**- f-oimiltttiouai'J, in and
for tin- City <.f Grand Forks, apply for n
t/atlt-fer  of thf Saloon   [Joetise   granted in
reaped <»r the Province Hotel, (irand Porks,
From myself, tin- uudersltrtied, to Herbert
n,.i.-Ji.., ..r Grand  PorKs  uforesal'l:
Dated at Grand Porks, H.i.".- the nth June.
IffiM.
B. A, HUN PERSON.
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x
H. E, WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IN CLOTHING
It would be advisable to call and see
what we are doing.    No  trouble  to
show goods.    For Quality, Kit und Price in  Customs Tailoring vou
cannot do better.    1 also hmc un agehoy for one of the best Eastern
Houses, nnd if there  is any
way of getting lit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, I
can get it for you, as I thoroughly  understand taking  measurement*).
SUITS FROM $15 UP
GEO.   E.  fl ASS IE, Grand''Porks,
fOR SALE OR TO RENT.
One Single undone Double House
near the Great Northern station.
For particulars apply to
A. VV. ANM-'.liSOX,
t'lirelulfer Public School,
Grand Fork, 1!. C.
Totliel
N'o,',!'1
„r Li.',',
Oruiiil 1
henntfo
Brand Pork!
inl <>r i.i, ,
R.O ,Mn.v:m, mm.
Commissioners ,.
IS HK
I GIVIvN tbnl I Intend
li nt tin, next meeting ,,f tlm It -<t
,,' Oi Istl i-s r,,i'ti,i> city <,i
rks nt wllloll tlte mil,li, ation ran l>,
nn Hotel I.i i. In res t ol tin
premises known ns tin, Bnirle Hotel, situate
,,,, Lol tflimhi-i' I'niir III, 111,,ell Nlimller I'lMii
[il.   iipi'oiillinr In Iteiristereil   Willi   Nnnilii-i
I'liirUMIvi. |K1.
Dated tliiKmith dnv of May, nun.
■JAKOAUET IIAVhltTV.
vOR   SALE
RBums&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OF
FRESH <& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
GOOD DRY
Delivered to tm
part nt' tlu- city
$4,501;
O.   I).
Cord.
Send in your orders
in Hdvande, us we nre
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE
COLUMBIA P. 0
HONEY SAVED
BY BUYING YOUR SUPPLIES I'ltOM
J. H. HODSON
A liAUGE AND COMPLETE-STOCK OEGROOEBIES BOOTS
AND SHOES AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS always on hand.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
PHONE 30
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Harness Shop
We are openiitg up in the
HARNESS AND SADDLERY lmsincss
OPPOSITE THE QUEENS HOTEL
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty.    Watch for Future Ads.
Stock coining in from Spokane, Calgary and Toronto.
Frechette ®, Hallberg
(IKAND FORKS, B. C. ■**""
■ ■   ' ?,
R. C. MCGUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Snw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Mhiih-
faeturor of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue,
Giaiositn .1. W. .Tones' Purnlture Store.
Dr. FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College,
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating nnd Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON,
Jeweler (ind Opticlni*.,
CJKANP   FORK, H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Lino
of Pluin-bing.Spebittltics.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
WHY GO FAST
Over  the  sun-burned, sage brush
mil alkali  plains, when you mnyl
just us well lake a delightful,  i I
and .conil'orlalile ride through the
heart of ihe Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the lliu (Inmile system, the far-
famed "Scenic Lino of the World."
the onlv ti'anscontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute lo cast-
em points.
Three daily express trains make,
close connections with all trains cast
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of those trains is the best, including free reclining chair curs.
standard and tourist sleepers, n perfect   dining   car   service, and   also
CALL IN
.-<      And get  measured  for a swell
Spring Suit
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you .satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
UKliCHANT TAILOR,
(.iKANH CORKS, a. C.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in .Megaw Block.
Phone 138. Orand Forks, li. C.
Pacific Hotel
J.J. McINTOSH
Opnuslte O.P. R. Station,
Columbia » c
Plume 27.
Office over Hunter-
KendriokCOi.'s Store
HOTEL ARRIVALS
YAI.K.
11. P. .Mc.Miiin, 'Republic.
Fred Smith, Toronto.
.1. .1. Thompson, Vancouver,
(ieo. Strachan, Toronto.
Smith Curtis, Rossland,
Thos, ('. Cray, Vancouver.
Sinn .1. While, Seattle.
I). A. Henderson, Greenwood,
11. .1. Darraughi Kholt.
(ieo. M. Christie, Winnipeg.
I!. A. Carpenter, Spokane.
Thos Kiddie, Ladysmilb.
('hns. II. Wolf, Spokane.
S. Iiorgiiianii, Spokane.
Notice to the Public: I will mil
lie responsible for nny debts contracted bv J. Mi Ross, of Ross' drug
store. W. R. Ross.
E^
JJ ««tttt«t^»»## ft
GRAND BIG STREET
THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION ARE
Well known nnd the next best thing
is to know a reliable cure. Mrs. W,
Uddles of Stony Mountain, Mnn., says:
"Dr. Hamilton's Pills are just the
thing. They go right to work at once.
1 use only Dr. I lainiltou's Pills." Price
i">c.    II. 10. Woodland, druggist.
Grand Forks, B. C. EB
83
(INCLUSIVE)
The most novel attraction ever held  in   the.   Boundary
Tiie question
for   dessorti    Tl
Donaldson mid g,
ice cream.    Phone (if.
What will   we have jS^rt    Country.    Four days'of general  entertainment ami  ry- ^f\
ie  answer:   Call   u|>liy    making, in which the whole Boundary country is cordially in- gsSj**"
•et some   Hazelwood &*,5S    vited to participate.    An'interesting feature."of the Carnival flS*,**!
A fine line of Pass'Ale  always in
In stock at the Grand Forks Hotel Bar.
A large shipment of Guinness' Stout
has just been received at the Grand
Forks Hotel Par.    A   refreshing and
personally conducted excursion cars. strengt,!,.in,parting drink.
each in charge nl a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. \o inure
pleasant und inexpensive means of
crossing tho continent can bo found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address .1.
D. Mansfield, Gen. Agt., RioGrande
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago",
Milwaukee <fe St, Paul Rail wily, known
all over the Union us the gceat rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night between St.
PanI and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chcago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand: Connections are mads with All Transconti
nental Lines, assuring to passengers
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
.See that 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
R. L. Fono, H.S. Rows,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,     Gen, Agentj
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore.
The finest brands of wines, liquors
itnd cigars at the Grand Forks Hotel
Bar.
The best brands of fresh, cool beer
always oh draught at-the (Irand Forks
Hotel Bar.
STREET CARNIVAL.
The polls will be open July 15th.
Voting commences (he game dny
and will e-mtinuo for twonty-ono
days. All candidates are requested to
send in tbeir names ut once to the
Secretary of Carnival directors. Their
names must bo endorsed by the
secretary of soiiieiinion, lodgosociety
or club. The lucky contestant will
receive a substantial purse of gold
from the carnival directors to defwy
expenses of dresses,-coronation robes
etc., etc. Mayor Haiuiuar will present the key of tbe city (o her
majesty nnd all defeated contestants
will be requested to .let as ladies in
waiting on her highness.
All communications must, lie addressed to Peter Donaldson secretary.
> particip
will be the coronation of tin* Queen, who will be elected by
popular vote. Candidates are entered from Rossland, Nelson,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic, Northport and Grand Forks,
and a close and spirited contest is looked for. Anothor feature will be the Grand Mir I way Plaisance, which will be
stocked with novelties of every description. Then; will also
he a rock drilling contest for a valuable prize, in which the
best teams in the surrounding country will meet in competition. The Gala Attraction will lie Mardi-Gras night, when
everyone is invited to mask from 7 to 11:30 p. m. For
further particulars see posters. There will be SPKCIAL
KATES ON ALL ii AILWAYS during'Carnival Week,
*$
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX  I'ltlsllVTEIilAX  OHUROH, Brand
Forks -J.   K.  Robertson,   H.A.,   nnstor.
Sorvioes every SimhIii.v (ll 11 it.111. llr,l 7:111,,,.
in. I Sunday school nml llilili, oluss, ll li. m.i
Westminster Guild of 0.  I*,, 'inesilny, 9
'You're next" -it tho Yale Bnrbi
SI ■
W. 11   r. CM MINT
ftRSTMBl'llODIST CHURCH   Corner Mail* nlntllU'fll 0 I'lMtlt'l IM
„,„l flttli sts.  J. P. Rett., pastor. Servioes '    , I   I \ AT V \'\'\      (
evory Sm v ni ll ,i. in. mul   i.it in.:           I   I,! I V\ V i>      i \      i
class nieetlinr at close of momliiit sorvioo! VMJ'IIJ.ll U UIIJ.HylJ
mliiy   soliuol mill  llllili, clam (It 11 |i. in
prayer mectintt ovory 'llitir.ilny  eroiiuiic
ut 8 o'eliicli. Tlieinllmolscoidlolll ii.vtterl.
BOLV TRINITY OHUROH (Ohurelt "f K"-'-
Imiill, liniml Fork!, Henry S lo, vlii.r-
HolyOo mil mi, ii,.: innriiliiu or
nml soriuon, 11 ll. in.: Sunday Softool, 11
eveuaottlf mill sol'ltl
ciil'illllllj 'iuvltoil.
,li„„l,:iii. m.i
in.   All   lire
rr'ntaro   Hollelta
Nalaria*. ICto '
lliil,.,, l',l,„.|i, Corn
Wititiliiea Av ii<
I'ii'.lSti"
ORANU PORKR, II. C.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINN  LAUNDERING.
COLLARS]   OUJTFS   AND
SHI UTS WASH HI) CLEAN AND
NICE   AND   IRONED  HY
MACHINERY,    NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NtXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERS] DM AVENUE.
$27.50 IN TH
When an Accident Happens.
$27,50 invested in the "Au-umulativk" Polioy issued by the CANADIAN CASUALTY AND HOLLER INSURANCE COMPANY, nf Toronto, may he worth $15,000 '" ''"" «l"'" "" "Wo'l-lent happens. Everybody admits
that it is tho best ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY' nn the market.
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY >s to meet with an accident in order to receive the cosh under this policy.
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETE McCAJLEUM, »?«&*"*
- ' Call on him, and huve yojir sisters, eourins, wives nnd limits and nil their friends cull, und ask tn see the X l-.W
SICKNESS POLICY, covering ,10 diseases, which is undoubtedly ihe most UP-TO-DATE .sickness policy before the
public.   DO IT NOW.   No medical examination required.    Every man and *.voman should have one.
Authorised capital,. $1,000,000; subscribed capital. $500,000. Boiler Inspection, Boiler Insurance, Personal
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Insurance. Consulting Engineers. It will pay you to take out
a policy on your boiler and consult us free of oharg i nil matters pertaining to steam usage, (Kir Engineers Advisory .Department can save our policy holders many limes their premiums by the service rendered them. The fact
of rcgu ar inspection is thc greatest safeguard against boiler explosions.    All our inspectors are responsible engineers,
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -     -     Head Office Toronto
P. T. MoCAtLUM, GRAND FORKS AGENT.
Geo. Urlin
R. F. Petrie
M. White
J. Temple
J. M. Ross
John Leamy
1
rjL FULL LINE §f\
Drugs, Patent Medicines
and Drug Sundries.
Rubber Sundries a Specialty.
Phone 35 \ A" ^^St^f^ \    Night Service
cond Streets     ]•   1V1.    -KVjbo
Second
Druggist
and Chemist
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
BRIBER ABENTS WANTED
Id each town jo take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed [J icy.'Ios.
Hew 1903 Models
"Bellisc," complete $8.75
" LaSSCluk," Qua-anteed High Grade $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
"Neudorf," Road Rucer $14.75
no better bicycle at nny price.
Any other make or model you want at one-third
usual pike. Choice of uuy Btandard tires mul best
equipment on all oiip bicycles,   Strongest guararUee,
Wc SUSP CW APPROVAL C. O. D. to any one
t-ffAoul a e-'H deposit and ullow (O DAYS FREE!
TRIAL bi ;oro purchase irf bindiujr.
500 Second Hand Wheels *«j -,
tnktn In trade iiy piir Cliicaito rcinil Btores, (fliS •'•
liiuiir., - .':i,i u.'„l,'l3, ptMul nsnciv  ^
IIIV n bltjclo un'll sou bavo ml" n for on.
linn foods of mi Idiids. tt luilf rOjrulnr price,
ipmenl, lundrics mul V'
W. KG MANLY
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings i
D
The first consignment of a  •-.        . j p.
largeandup-t<MJate stock of bOOIS -Htld -OllOeS
«
PHONE 6
-*y
.lust Received.
BRIDGE STREET \
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
•   Is an old axiom, but in order to live
we must get the best to cut.
TRY (MR lender Steaks, Juicy Cutlets, Chops, Etc.
I ll I  UUll p^h anci Game in Season.
Union rJMeat Company
Phone  14
Head Office at Greenwood,  H. 0.   Mahkets at (Ikkknwooii, B. ('..
Phoenix, B. (.'., Gimnd Fohks, I). ('., and McLeod, Alta.
The "Club"
OPFOSITE ['OSTOlriCK,
Fi rst Street.
Highest Oracle Imported
I'oirrs, Ciikhiiiks, Ik'iini'x-
Di ks, Etc.
JOE   THATCHER
PROPRIETOR
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables nnd Solus just arrived. Call and inspect tlieni.
Also n stoek of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to lie sold
nt greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand Forks
N. D. McINTOSH
ET1R9T   STRSBT, CKIVND   FOKK9
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware and Cutlery Always
Curried in Stock nnd Sold Hed-llock Prices. Largest Variety of
floods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold. Call nnd Inspect My Goods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stoek.
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOR DNRGAINS
LAWN
AND
FIELD
The ecret of Good Crops is to Secure Good
Seeds. All Our Seeds are Fresh and Warranted to be of the Highest Quality.
N. McLELLAN  &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the oro shipments of Boundary mines for  1900, 1001, 1903,
1903, 1901, nnd for the past week
1000 1001.       1002.
-Granbv Mines.Phoenix  04,533 231,7(12   309,858
Snowshoe. Phoenix        297 1,721     20,800
Mother Lode. Deadwood    5,310 99,03-1   141,32(1
Sunset, Dendwooil. '.  KOI       7,455
Morrison, Deadwood  150
B. C. Mine, Summit   19,494 47,405
Eniina, Summit  050
Senator, Summit Camp         	
pro Denoro, Summit C"*mp         	
Brey Fogle, Summit Camp  	
No.'37, Summit Camp         	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070 1,040
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,250
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central     2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        160
Providence, Providence         	
Elkhorn, Greenwood         	
E. P. U. nnd Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous     3,380 5,861
Total, tons  99,730 390,000   507,515
Granbv Smelter treated  02,387 230,823   312,340
lOOd
393,181
74,212
133,079
15,731
3,339
1B04   Post Week
292,090       3,000
2,880
93,724
550
005
'860
1-1,811
19,305
8,530
22,937
303
15,537
785
2,435
025-
5,040
482
2,175
219
993
400
107
325
10,877
1,700
13,700
222
354
900
90
80
30
2,908
130
285
204
084,420
401,921
418,887
313,-111
05,830
3,550
AN ASTHMATIC STORY TOLD
Sleepless nights, suffocating sensa
tuns, ilitlicu't to even breathe. ''I ean
scarcely describe nil I suffered from
ustliii a," wr tes Mrs E. P. Oaviiiiaugli
of Ciilbiii'iie. "Spas!ns nf Coughing
would ooroe mi that made me weak.
Nothing did me nny good until 1 used
the fragrant, healing Catarrliosione. I
am di lig' t'd tii lecoinn-end this remedy, Svliich cured me of chrpnio intliuci
after scores of i^eod physicians had
given me up. Catarrhozone is better
'or asthma, gives quicker relief than
any other fetnedy 1 know of. My cure
is a perfect one." Try Catarrhozone,
it never fails to cure asthma. Complete outftt 81.00, trial size 25c. II.
K. Wocdliind, druggist.
Mining Stock Quotations
American Boy	
Ben-Hur .'	
Black Tail	
Canadian Guld Field;
Ciiribi»|(*rlcK.)ex-div
Centre Star	
Denoro Mines	
Fairview	
Fisher Maiden	
(limit        2
Granby Consolidated,$4.5 1
Asked.
2i
3
Bid
In
l1
20-
U
11
,\l.>niii,j;l!l„rv	
Moiintniii  Lion	
North Star'E, K.)
Payne	
Quilp	
Rambler-Cariboo,.,
San Poil	
.Siillivnn	
Tom Thumb	
War Eagle Cun.. ..      11
Waterloo (assess, pd).
White Bear "     " .,       0,
10
,s
15
10
'I'll
•iii
20
2
°i
5
I
1
11
ID
1
A EL0ATED STOMACH
Distension and ] ahis from indtges-
fcion nre cum] quickly by Nerviline.
Whe 1 you ^oi an attack of stomach
trouble take a stiff do ie nf Nerviline,
which is perfectly harmless but marvellously quick iu effecting a lasting
cure, "J was imce taken ill with stomach trouble," writes Bid ward Unwell nf
Rochet-tor. "f was in <.'reat pain and
distress, hut half a teaspoonful of Nerviline fixed mi; up in a few minutes.
I can nommend Nerviline for .sick
headache and cramps, and consider it
1 n invaluable household remedy," Try
it yourself. 1-Yieo 2flo, H. E.Wood-
laud, druggist,
SB2BB'*
£Q THE   TORONTO ff\
|dailynews|
I m
ffl AND THE ffi
I m
m GRAND FORKS SUN ®
JS8 ...FOR    ONLY... OS
P2.25aYear|
1
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle and gQt it repaired and put in
■hate for the wheeling season. Gko,
Chai-PLK, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
Webbs' chocolates galore at   Donaldson's, in hulk and in  fancy boxes.
If you have a few friends to spend
au evening at your home, tin hot forget to leave an order for some Hazel-
wood ice cream at Donaldson's,
Phone 0*1.
i
1
A radical change from old methods and ] iricos 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 and originality. This latest move is to place
Thc News at the price of $1.00 a
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belief in the future success of Thc
News could lead the publishers to
make such a reduction in price.
But just us Ihe dollar magazine has
tnken linlil of the people, so, we venture to predict, The News will secure iv vast and ever-iuereasing circulation, based not only on the popular  price   at  which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsicfcerits of
he paper.
We havo arrangements concluded
which enables us to club the Toronto
News with our own paper at 12.26 a
year in advance. Such a combination presents 1111111 v unique features
—our semi-weekly giving you all
the home und district news, and
the big 12-phgo daily keeping you in
touch with events all over the world.
Send us your subscription to Tbe
News, or if you would like to see
the paper lirst, write US and wc will
secure a sample copy.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in his county and adjoining territory for well anil favorably
known house of solid financial stand
ing. §20.00 straight cash salary and
expenset paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Expense
money advanced. Position permanent.' Address Manager, 810 Cmuo
Block, Chicago, III.
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