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Vol. n.
(Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, October 9, 1903
No. 98
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As Told in Figures
Messrs. Cameron, Drurv, McXiven
and Hall ejected.
Yale—
Stuoj'tHenderson, Liberal.,., 266
T. (i. McManamon, Con   183
Majority for Henderson, 82.
Ymir—
Result of the Voting Throughout the
Province Last Saturday.
Alfred Parr, Liberal	
II. Wright,Conservative.-,.
Majority for Wl'ighl, 116.
276
302
Total Returns Indicate the Election of 22 Conservatives, 18
Liberals and 2 Socialists—Three Constituencies
Still in Doubt.
The result of tho election last Saturday is  still uncertain.    It is reasonably certain,  however, Unit the
Conservatives  have elected 19, the
liberals 18 and the Socialists i.    If
the results of Comox   and Similka-
nieon  give two   more Conservative
votes', and if Skeena elects Clifford—
and   all  three  constituencies seem
probable—the comparative strength
of   tho   parties  in   thc  legislature
woultl bo 22 Conservatives,  18 Lil
ends and 2 .-Socialists.   The  change
of three votes in Fernie would give
the Conservatives 21 and Liberals 19.
The following is the result of the
voting as far as the returns  are ol
tainahle:
Alberni—
VV. VV. B. Melnnes, Liberal... 253
Maj. li. .1. Hiekey, Con    91
Majority forMelnncs, 1(12.
Atlin—
James Stables, Liberal	
Dr. Young, Conservative	
Majority for Young, 34.
Cariboo (2)—
.funics Murphy, Liberal  255
llar.iy Jones, Liberal  228
S. A. Rogers, Conservative ... 216
\V. Adams, Conservative
The following Liberals are elected:
Alberni Midlines
Cowiohan Evans
First Refined Silver
Shipped From the Trail Smelter Last
Wednesday.
179
202
207
289
Ko-J
825
486
.Majority for Jones, 7; Murphy,39.
Chilli waok—
C. \V. Munro, Liberal  207
J. L. Atkinson, Conservative. 189
Majority for Munro, IS.
Columbia—
\V. C. Wells, Liberal.....	
(Elected by acclamation.)
Comox—
V. MoB, Young, Liberal  241
Hobt. Grant, Conservative.... 2S2
Majority for Grant, 41.
Cowicban—
J. X. Evans, Liberal   16-1
E. M. Skinner, Conservative 168
Majority for Evans, 6.
Cranbrook—
Dr. James II. King, Liberal.. 469
Thomas Cavin, Conservative.. 412
Majority lor King, 50.
Delta-
John Oliver,   Liberal   866
W, II. Ladner, Conservative. 286
Majority for Oliver, 180,
Dewdney—
\V. \\\ Forrester, Liberal   loo
Hon. K. MoBrldo, Con  330
Majority for McBride, 181,
Esquimalt—
John Jardine,Liberal  208
0. E. Pooley, Conservative... 234
Majority for Pooley, 26.
Fernie—        >
E. C.Smith, Liberal  333
J. McPherson,Socialist-Labor 338
VV. K. R.088, Conservative.... 209
Plurality for Ross. 5.
Grand Forks—
W, H. P. Clement, Liberal... 173
Geo. A. Fraser, Conservative 346
J. Riordan, Socialist  232
Plurality for FraserJ 114.
Greenwood—
J. R. Brown, Liberal  380
Dr. E. G, Spankic, Con  266
E. Mills, Socialist  332
Plurality for Brown, 48.
Islands—
T. W, Patterson, Liberal	
H. W. Bullock, Conservative.
Estimated majority for Paterson 37
Kamloops—
F.J. Deane, Liberal  447
B\ J. Fulton, Conservative.... 467
Majority for Fultou, 20.
Kaslo—
John L. Retallack, Liberal...
Robert S. Green,Conservative.
S. Shannon, Socialist	
Plurality for Green, 39.
Lillooet—"
A. McDonald, Conservative...
(Elected by acclamation.)
Newcastle—
David W, Munray, Liberal ...
A. Bryden, Conservative	
P. Williams,Socialist	
Plurality for Williams, 82,
New Westminster—
W. IL Keary, Liberal	
Thos. Gilford, Conservative..
Majority for Gilford, 197.
Nanaimo—
Edward Quennell, Con	
J. II. Hawthornthwaite, So..
II. She'ppard, Labor  294
Plurality for Hawthornthwaite 161
Nelson City—
S. S. Taylor, Liberal  37">
John Houston, Conseryativo. -1-12
Majority for Houston, -12.
Okanagan—
T. W. Sterling, Liberal  'W~
Price Ellison, Conservative... 548
Majority for Ellison, iH2.
Revelstoke—
James M. Kcllic,Liberal;  275
Thomas Taylor, Conservativi
.1. VV. Bennett, Socialist	
Majority for Taylor, 37.
Richmond—
JohnO. Brown, Liberal	
F. L. Carter-Cotton, Con	
Majority for Cotton, 123.
Rossland—
J. A. Macdonald, Liberal	
A. S. Goodeve, Conservative. 346
Majority for Macdonald, 92.
Similkameen—
•W. A. McLean, Liberal	
L. W. Sbatford, Conservative,
Probable majority for Sbatford.
Siianich—
II. Tanner. Liberal  241
D M: Eberts, Conservative... 21(1
Majority for Tanner, iii.
Skeena—
P. Herman, Liberal  126
C. W. I). Clifford, Con  157
Estimated majority for Clifford -il
Slocan—
W. Davidson, Liberal  824
W. Huntor, Conservative  292
Majority for Davidson, i!2.
Vancouver City (6)
W. I). Hrvdonc-Jack, Liherall Mil
Joseph Martin, " ...1540
.1. B. Turnbull, " ...119.'!
T. S. Baxter, " ...Mil
C. R. Mouck, " ... 910
Hon. I!, (i. Tatlow, Con 2060
812
152
-4--S7
Columbia Well
Chilli wad; Munro
Cranbrook King
Cariboo (2) Murphy
"         Jones
Delia Oliver
Greenwood Brown
[elands Paterson
Rossland Macdonald
Saanich Tanner
Slocan Davidson
Victoria (I) Drury
"       Cameron
"        McN'ivcn
 Hall
Yale Henderson
Total, IS.
The  following  Conservatives arc
elected:
Atlin Young
Dewdney Mcliridi
Esquimalt Poole v
(irand Forks Erase1
Kamloops Fulton
Kaslo : Green
Lillooet Macdonald
Nelson Houston
New Westminster Gilford
Okanagan Ellison
Revolstoke Taylor
Richmond Cotton
Skeena Clifford
Vancouver (5) Tatlow
 Wilson,
"        Garden
 Bowser
"         MacGowan
 ^. Wright
Initial Shipment Valued at Nearly Sixty Thousand Dollars.
Story of the Invention—General Mining
News and Notes.
Hon. C,  Wilson,       "    2116
Jamei F. Garden,     "    2164
A. H. II. MacGowan,"    2800
W. J. Bowser, "    2304
Francis Williams, Labor 1357
A. G. Perry, "    124S
J. McLaren, "    1164
E. Stebbings, Socialist  956
Mortimer "       1828
Gidiths, "        ,. 2S4
Messrs. Tatlow, Gardner. Wilson,
Bowser nnd MacGowan elected.
Victoria (4)—
R. 1, Drury, Libera] 1844
W. G. Cameron,  " 1868
J. I). McNivcn,   "     1661
Richard Hall,      "     [656
H. D. Helmcken, dm 1889
Hon. A. E. MoPhillips, Con.1307
C. Hayward, Conservative... 1407
Joseph Hunter, " ...1232
T. T. Walters, Socialist  699
Ymir	
Total, 19.
SOCIALISTS,
Newcastle Williamt
Nanaimo Hawthornthwaiti
IX DOUBT.
Siniilkimieen, Co nu.x  and Fernie
THE RECORDS
F.
Cascade
Geo.  K.
oiiiitain,
lowing are Ihe locations, certificates of work, bills of sale. etc..
recorded at the office of the Grand
Forks. September iiOlh to October
6th, inclusive:
CEUTtlCATES oF WollK.
Royal Banner, Summit camp,
lingers and Averill.
Highland Light, Gloucester camp,
Hill anil Minion.
Silver King, Gloucester, camp.
Hill and Minion.
Electric,   near
Stoeker,
Rainy,   St,   Thomas
Geo. K, Stoeker.
Hilltop, Wellington camp, British
Columbia Trust Co., Ltd.
Humphrey Davoy, Wellington
camp, '/.. Colby.
Elvira fraction, Summit camp,
Haas et al.
Bay Horse fraction, Wellington
camp, J. J. Farrell.
Jack Pot fraction, Wellington
camp, J. J. Farrell.
TRANSFERS.
I'aystreak (all), Wellington camp,
Ben Campbell to Grancis M. Gustin.
RECORDS OF LOCATION.
Spokane, Wellington camp, J. M.
Taylor and G. W. Runihergcr.
King, Wellington camp, J. M.
Taylor and G. W. Rumberger.
New York, Wellington camp, J.
M. Taylor and G. W. Rumberger.
Wednesday the lirst lot of refined
silver ever produced in Canada was
shipped from the Trail smelter to San
Fmmdsco, The shipment amounted
to three tons gross, valued at about
$55,000, This is the lirst product of
the new experimental plant installed
at Trail by W. H. Aldridge, and is
said to thoroughly prove the success
of the system. The story told of the
invention of the system is au interesting and romantic one. It is reported that the inventor is a young
in.iu ot twenty-three who after
months of work succeeded in producing silver by a much simpler
method than that iu use ut the big
refineries of the United States ami
Europe. With his invention he
visited one specialist after another
whom he thought he might interest
the invention and supply the
■necessary funds for further experimenting ami place the .scheme ou a
practical basis, fie was unable to
find the men he wanted, however,
till he was introduced to Mr. Aldridge, where he had no difficulty
whatever in explaining his invention, .Mr. Aldridge went to Montreal and laid the 'matter before the
head ollieials of the C. P. R,, und at
last obtained permission to erect a
small plant at Trail lo make the required experiments. A plant with
a capacity fur treating ten tons of
the unrefined matte was put up,
and here work was carried on quietly
during the past summer. Many
difficulties remained to he overcome
before success was finally attained,
but it is now known that the new
system is not only practicable, but
will make an immense saving in the
cost of refining. The plant at Trail
will probably be enlarged ti
force of 20 men, instead of being shut
down as reported, and the prospects
are reported better than ever. The
Comstock is working nine men, and
will keep at it all winter,' and like
many other properties in that .section
will begin shipping as soon as winter
roads make it possible.
There is complaint on the part of
the mining companies in the Lardeau
of the bad conditions of the wagon
roads, and another seotion of the railway should be built at once say they.
Camborne itself is 2rt feet lower
iu altitude than Nelson, and between
it and Cnnuqilix on Arrow lake, there
is only a drop of 150 feet. The line
has been surveyed all the way through
but no move has been made this year
to complete it.
Wm. Farwell, president of the
Eastern Townships Bank was chosen
president of the Molly Gibson .Mining
Co. at a meeting of directors in .Sherbrooke, Que., vice Col. Bay, of Port
Arthur, resigned. C. E. French was
made secretary-treasurer. It is expected that work on the property will
shortly be resumed,
Reports from the Slocan
districts
indicate that there   will   be
u  nun'!
larger  number of men  emp
oyed   ii
the mini's there this winter t
urn evoi
hetore.
The Provincial Gazette announces
that nil placer chuins legally held in
the Revelstoke, llleeillewaet, Lardeau,
and Trout Lake divisions of West
Kootenay are laid over from Novom
her lnt, 1003, to May 1st, 1903.
Two
paoity of 80 tons, and it is not uu- and  li.
likely  that  similar i
erected at other poiuts
•hints will '
In the Vinir district activity is Unorder of the day. Work is progressing rapidly on Huntor V. tramway,
which in expected to l>c in running
trim before the winter sets in. At the
Gold Cup mine development work is
progressing satisfactorily, Mill machinery i« arriving. At the Porto
Rico, about L3 men are developing
mine and repairing mill, which is to
he in running order about the middle
of this month. The Wilcox is making a regular output of concentrates
and crude ore, while the return of gold
saved from the plates constantly improves. Win. Hunter, the defeated
Conservative candidate has already recovered from the shock thus sustained
and is looking after his mining interests with renewed vigor The Wakefield has not closed down hut is still
employing a force of about 10 men at
mine and mill.     BoSUQ) is employing a
eastern investors, C. V. Nash
\. Evans, of St. Paul, both
lirectors in tiie Cherry Creek Mining
Co., are in tin- Itootonays look lug after
their mining in teres to,
li.
Paul Babcook, a director in the
C. Copper Co., died at   his   home   ii
Mount Clair, N. J., Monday, aged 63,
The annual meeting of the Arlington Mining Co., was set  for  Oct. 8,
Prof. George,
Clairvoyant and Palmist, tolls past,
present and future, etc. lie will
stay a short time. Call immediately
from il a, m. to 10 p. in., daily, nt
Sheads house on Bridge street.
One of the moulders in the employ
of the Frost & Wood Co., at Smith's
Kail's, Ontario, was promoted to the
foremanship, and lie refused to longer
pay his dues to the union of which
he was a member. The firm refused
to discharge him, and the men considering him a non-union man, went
(nit on strike. (SJltr iElmmuj §>m\
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<ssM%^>
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1903
At this writing it appears ihe result of the recent provincial election
has not left our governmental affairs
in any hotter condition than formerly. That legislation may proceed
without interruption, and that the
people may know whom to hold responsible lor ill advised measures, or
credit with wise statesmanship, it is
necessary that one or the other of the
established political parties should
have the support of an undoubted
majority of members of the legislative assembly. This condition did
not result from last Saturday's struggle at thc polls. One remarkable
feature about the result is the very
small majorities obtained on either
side, and whatever may he thc outcome of thc official count at Fernie,
from which source the McBride
forces expect to obtain the needed
support to enable them to continue
in control of the government, it is
plainly evident they have slight
chance of remaining in power after
the first test of party strength. Coin-
plaint is made against Mr. Smith,
the Liberal candidate in Fernie riding, that he has, considering the importance of the situation, made light
of his own and his party's interests
by not remaining on the ground and
carefully guarding those interests
until the official count has been declared, which, it appears has been
postponed till tomorrow.
riding was a formidable one,
have to he reckoned with.
and wouli
The Vancouver Province was badly
shaken up with the election result in
its home city, and it is thought its
mental equilebrium has hecn interfered
with. In its issue following the election it suggested that the successful
candidates, in view of the depleted
mditinn of the provincial treasimyT
should devote their sessional indemnities to the public good. The old lady
must have been in a jestive mood.
At New Westminster on the Gth
inst., three men were tried on a charge
of stealing logs, A dispatch states
that a clever lawyer from Vancouver
won the sympathies of the jury thus
securing the acquittal of the accused.
It is commonly supposed that juries
base their findings on law and evidence, hut this is proven a fallacy and
delusion in far too many instances.
Another member of tho Dominion
House, Henry Cargill, has passed
oyer thc divide and is numbered
with the silent majority, making
the third vacancy in the parliamentary ranks during tbis session, which
lines into history as Ihe longest, yet
held.
Mr. Goodevc, acting provincial sec-
eoiry, does not accept his defeat as
final, and intimates that he will witness the coining legislative perforin
anee even if compelled to slide in under
the tent or at a side entrance.
The "road appropriation" was
fully as effective in Vancouver a
in this riding, though it is stated tie'
•oast citv drew its supply from the
railroad instead of the government.
\V. A. Galliher, M. P., has returned
to Ottawa, as the prorogation of the
Dominion Parliament may he delayed
five or six weeks.
SH
It does'iiot re [ulre the keenest discernment to discover there is a widespread effort being made on the part
of large employers of lahor to combine
in a struggle against organized wage-
workers, Legislatures, cunts of justice and metropolitan newspapers are
falling iu line, Publio sentiment is
being created with the hope of crystal-
i/ing it iu law for the purpose of crushing out unionism, Under these conditions wiiat will happen? It is plain
to he seen, because you do not have to
look far into the future to see the re
suit coming down the line like a whirl
wind. In the political Held the great
army of workinginen is rapidly learning that the ballot liox aud not the
walkout is their salvation from the
tyranny of capital. Disintegration
of unionism means the integration of
socialism. It is time for us all to
think.
law shall prevail. Mr. Hardy says
that Mr. Smith feels assured of being
sustained in court.
The Anniversary Services of the
First Methodist church in this city
will he held Sunday, 11th inst. Rev.
R. Forhs Stillmun of Rossland,
financial secretary of the West
Kootenay district, will preach at
both services and address the Sab-
hath school in the afternoon. Special
music will he furnished by an
efficient choir under the leadership
of Dr. E, I!. Follick and assisted by
Mrs. Parker. These services will
have something also of the nature of
a re-opening of the church, as this
will be the first occasion on which
the church will be used after the
thorough renovation of the interior
which has just been completed,
The ladies ofthe Mel hodist church
will hold their Annual at Home on
Tuesday evening, 18th inst., in connection with the Anniversary Services of the church. High Tea will
he served in Ihe church from (i to
8 o'clock, and an excellent program
will he rendered in which Mrs.
Parker, so well and favorably known
as a vocalist, will sing a solo. Admission to ten and concert will he
75c, These annual gatherings have
become an institution in connection
with Ibis church, and the ladies propose to mako this one fully sustain
the good reputation already won.
Mr. ('has. Hay, who returned from
the northern country last Monday,
says his sons, Charles and Erie, who
look up homesteads 100 miles east of
Bldmonton early last spring, are doing
well and like the locality very much.
Tin1 lirst news .Mr. Hay had of tin
'lection was at- Revelstoke, aud In
was quite surprised to learn that it
was over, as when he left here tin
first of last month, the election date
was set for October 31sfc.
the   la
of tin
It seems from Ihe result of the election last Saturday that an annual
deficit of 8760,000 is nothing to cause
alarm, and the public debt of $!>,■
0(111,(100 resulting from Conservative
maladministration does not appear to
have overshadowed any minor loeal
prejudices, And according to this
result, too, the prospector does not
mind donating annullv the sum of $5
for the benefit of a clique of Victoria
grafters.
i;
Information has come to hand to
Ihe effect that thc three leading
Boundary towns. Grand Forks.
Greenwood and Phoenix, arc eaeh
to he supplied with another monl
market. It is said Ihe new enterprise is backed by ample capital,
and ut its inception will he aided by
certain commercial relations that
will make it a powerful competitor
ofthe I'. Burns & Co, markets. His
said a car of line beeves has already
arrived in this city which are lo go
on thc chopping ''locks of the new
shops. It has not yet been determined at what point the feeding corral and slaughter house will he located. Thc Sun is Informed that
W, S. Macy of ihe Grnnhy (mine)
hotel iii Phoenix, is ,o he general
manager of ihe new concern, and at
tho Btal'l will have ulmut 800 stomachs in his oi, "house ready for bis
meals, while il is said all Ihe eating
houses in Phoenix have given their
pledges io stand by him.
It is said thai Hie
Keltic River Valley railway hoi
reached a stage of imp irtance requiring the construction of a freight am.
passenger depot at   Danville, Wash.
('has. McAllister came in yestor-
day from the Athelstan mine on hit
vay lo the Spokane lair. He says
about -111 tons of ore per day are being hauled from thc mine to lie
Winnipeg spur.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C, Hamilton have
•.'one to housekeeping in the Peter
MoRao residence on Fifth street.
Miss Hews, ihe renowned blind
'locutionisl ami impersonator, will
:i\e an entertainment in Kiev
■htircl  Monday night, Oct. 19th.
WE   SEEL
NABOB
CEYLON TEA
And the Beat of Everything
Else   in   the Groeery   Line.
JEFF DAVIS ®, CO.
The "Club"
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,
Fi rat Street.
Highest grade imported
Ports, Cherries, Burgundies, Etc.
C. C. TILLEY, Prop.
MORTGAGE SALE.
UNDHI! AND BY TIBTUB OF Till! POWER
of Sale contained inn oortnl   "
»l,l,'h    ,
tliore will tic ol
lion by Peter 'I
mi Tuesday, the
il In n I'l'l'tuii, .Mi,lit.-;,[ie,
loedntthe time nf sale,
Iformlo by nubile bum
.vM.'i'iilli Auctioneer,
i day of Oetober, 1008, ut
12 o'oloolt no n tl"' Court Home, liraml
'nrl«, till, folliiwlni! vnlnulile I'l'.ipell.v situ-
ate in the City of Grand Porks, being l.i.t 6,
in Block 4, noi'ordJnit to MapzH
On tin' pri'ttiisi'N nrr moil tn ' » two one-
story frame building,.
Terms of Salk.-Tun per cent cash, uml
tin. hnliiiim' within thirty days.
For further particulars apply to
MACnoNlil.L. Mi-MAM Ell A GKAItr.
!il Venire si., Toronto, Out.
HOTEL ARRIVALS,
YA I.E.
II. C. Thyme, Vancouver
VV. II. Pcr'ric,
Richard Potter,       "
A.  II.  Wainbridge   "
R. A. Carpenter, Spokane
T. M. Shields, Seattle
Dr. J. E. Schdn, Grenwood
E. A. Schon, "
H. C. Martin, Toronto
E. A. McAuley, Carson
.1. S. Ilogan   '
\V. L. (Irazzam, Crystal Springs
Miss Hughes, Denver, Col.
I., s. M. Barrett, Greenwood
A. I!. Hood, Sherbrooke, Quo
10. Jacobs, Greenwood
If. \V, Findley, San Francisco.
\V. A. lloultbee, Vancouver
Miss Mills, Greenwood
T. A. Mitchell, Spokane
Mrs. E. G. Warren, Greenwood
Mrs. M. Hurst, Greenwood
P. II. Walsh
WlX'.ll'Uli.
David Evans, Eagle city
\V. S. Torney, Kholt,
W. II. Hulling, San Francisco
D. I,. Norton, Nelson
11. I.. Johnston, Greenwood .
(i. I.. Wolf, Republic
W. S. Miller, Cascade
C, I.. McAllister, Athelstan mine
L II. Masters, Spokane
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Block,
Phone 138,        Grand Forks, B. 0.
L.  P. ECKSTEIN
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
Uonuiaos hmiok,       GltAXI) FORKS, B. (;.
BIC VC I.KS—Clevelands, M ussie-
Hurris, Imperials, Columbia^, Ramblers—all top-notchers—for sale and
for rent. Also a complete line of* bicycle sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing. Geo. Ciiapi'lh, First St.,
opposite postoffice, (Irani! Forks, B. C.
Fire Insurance
! represent the following
Reliable Fire Companies:
ROYAL, ATLAS, GUARDIAN AND LAW
UNION AND CROWN
liisiiniiici'Companies,   torn bl*q agent for
B.C. IVimu it   Loan uml Bavltlgfl (Jo.  "f
V'nnooilver uml tbe U. s. Fidelity & Guaranty
Co.
IHINALI)   McCALLUM,
Telephone 127 Johnson Blooh
Tin' Socialists arc very much elated
with the magnitude of their vote in
this riding) tin- figures demonstrating
considerable political astuteness, ami
that they knew fairly well where they
stood twenty-four hours before the
ballots were counted. The Evening
Sun Home three months previous to
election, sounded a warning note, statin'' that the Socialist element  in   this
Thus. J. Hardy, who has been up
north in the vicinity of Edmonton the
past four or live weeks, returned lo
the Boundary Wednesday, lie recently
shipped his Greenwood printing plant
to Leduc, a point some 20 miles south
ot' Edmonton, where he disposed of
it to ti party desirous of establishing a
newspaper at that point. Mr. Hardy
says that country has a great future.
He stopped off nt Firnie on his way
down, and there met K. 0. Smith, the
Liberal candidate, whom it is said the
McBride returning officers are seeking
Lord's Day Alliance.
The meeting  of the   Lord's  Day
Alliance, held last Tuesday night in
Knox church was well attended, and
tho Blrong and forceful address delivered by Ucv. J. (i. Shearer, M.
A., general seoretary of ihe Lord's
Day Alliance of Canada, was listened to with close attention. Alter
tin1 address the animal election of
oflieers for the local branch took
place, resulting 08 follows : Ucv. J.
\-\ Betts, president; .Mr. G.J. Hayward, secretary, and Mr. S. Bowell,
treasurer. Vice-presidents ami an
executive committee were also elect
ed. Thus Ihe second annual meet
ing of the Local Alliance was tin
most successful one in its short his-
torv.
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The annual meeting of the C. V. It.
(. u. was held in Montreal Wednesday.
Among the resolutions passed was one
providing for the expenditure of nearly ten tnillion dollars on rolling stock
to deprive of election on points that and additional terminal'facilities, The
will   not   stand   just  conclusions,  lie. «»'d board of directors was  re-elected.
Win. Steele, of Calgary, formerly
of Hamilton, Ont,, committed suicide
Monday night by cutting his throat
case Mr. Smith's fate would hinge on with a razor.    lie was 51  years old
whether the letter or spirit of  the and in ill health,
says Smith proposes tu contest the decision if it is against him, in whid
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OPFI0E IX MINER HOUSE,
Grand  Forks,  B. C.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St.Paul Railway, known
all over the Union as the great railway running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night betweenSt,
Paril and Chicago, and Omaha and
Cheago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand: Connections are mode with All Transcontinental lanes, 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 agenus sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
R. L. Foiid, H. S. Rowe,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Ore.
WHY GO EAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just us well take a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of thc grandest scenery on thc
American continent?
This you can do by travoing on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of flic World,"
thc only transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, Glon-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three dally express trains make
close connections with all trains east
nnd west, und afford a choice of live
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining chair cars,
standard and tourist sleepers, a period dining car service, nnd also
personally conducted excursion curs,
each in charge.of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of bis guests. No more
pleasant and Inexpensive means ol
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
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Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
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di A.  M.—Regular CommuniGa-
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at S o'clock p, 111. precisely.     Sojourn
ing Brethren cordially invited   tn  at
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Jno. Westwood, W.M. Sic
Pacific Hotel
J.J.MnlNTOSIl
Opposite C.P.R. Station,
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QKAND FORKS FEDERAL LA-
bor  Union No.  231, A.L.U.—
Meets    every   Wednesday   evening
ut 8 o'clook in   Federal   Union  hall.
.(as. A. 11 Aituis, Pres.
JOUN T.  Lawuknci:, Nee.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
knox  PRESBYTERIAN  OHUROH, Grand
Porki  ■].   It.   EfoberUmi,   B.A.,   poitar.
Service* every Suiidiiy nl II ii.in. mil 7)80 p.
m.iSunday toliooi ruiil Bible olnq, ■( p.m.:
Weitmlinter Gniiii ,,f c. e., TiikwIc:, h
F III ST METHODIST (MID KOH   Corner Main
iiikI Plttliiti. .1. r Kelts, paator, Bervtoei
every Sunday  al  II  n. in.  and    7,80 p.m.:
olnu meeting nt otoao of morning service;
Sunday   whool unci   [tlblc olaJlQt Jp. in.;
prayer meeting every Tlturiday ovenlqji
nt 8 o'clock, Tin- publio It oordlafly InvlUfl.
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Inml). Hriind Porki, Henry Steele, vloar-
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and urntont M u. tn.iSundayioliooli '■'■ i». m.i
eveiixiinu uml sernwm, 7l8u p.  hi.   All   are
cordially Invited.
Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. "Force," a
ready-to-serve wheat and barloy food
adds no burden, but sustains, invigorates.
For a nice huir-CUt or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 26c.
The (Irand Forks lintel, the oldest
hotel in the city, lias a capacity
fur 70 people. Everything up to
date.    Kates, $1 and $1,60 perday,
If yon want to buy Halcyon Mineral Water call at the (irand Forks
hotel.
Subscribe for The Evening: Sun,
$2 per year.
Have Women Intuition?
tn a recent magualne article William
B. Walsh discusses the question, "Have
Women Intuition?" He does not throw
bouquets to feminine vanity, for he
writes:
Literature 'Is the final expression of
human thought, if women can lay
Claim to A*social faculty of Intuition,
why do they not manifest it In tludr
writings? Intuition, if it means anything, means the faculty that gets
down to the germ of actions and characteristics and focuses external traits
into a central verity recofrnlzable to
the general public. Now there are
more female writers than male. No
woman poet has ever written an inevitable line, a line that Hashes spontaneously out of the unknown and
casts an Illuminating light upon the
abyss. Woman has added practically
nothing to our stock of familiar quotations. Take down your Bartlett or
your anthology, and you may be surprised to And that from Mrs. Browning
to Mrs. Meynell women have never
coined a phrase which has passed into
the common currency of speech. Mrs.
Browning has Indeed written fine lines,
but nothing of hers can be said to have
become a household word.
Nor has any woman novelist created
any character that Is generally recognized as typical. George Eliot has
come closest with her Tito Melema and
Mrs. Poyser. You would appeal only
to the educated few If you described a
person as a Tito or a Poyser. But call
a man a Don Quixote, a Mkawber, a
Dogberry, a Falstaff, a Colonel New-
come, a Blifli, a Parson Adams, a Bob
Acres; call a woman a Mrs. Malfiprop,
a Becky Sharp, a Beatrice, a Diana
Vernon, a Meg Merrilles, and even the
Illiterate will mentally classify the Individual as you wish him or her to be
classified.
"Ah, but," you say, "In real life women are the true Intuitions. They slge
up. a man or a woman at a glance.
They are never mistaken when they
trust to their instincts."
I ean only testify to my own experience. I have not found that women's
snap judgments of character are imbued with any special verity. They
form likes or dlsllkea quli her than man
does, because they are quicker on the
trigger of conjecture. They can only
be one of two things—right or wrong.
If time proves that they are right, as
they must be In fifty per cent, of cases,
the rlfrlit fCUeHS is rPmen he-ed aud
treasured up by the slower-minded man
as an extraordinary instance of Intuition.   Tho wrong guess Is forgotten.
Mary Anderson's    dvice to Stage-
btruclc GUIs.
Mrs. Antonio de Navarro, better
known as 'Mary Anderson, ha3
written a Striking preface to Clara
Morris's "Life on tho Stage," which
is) on the eve of publication In
England. In a glowing tribute to
tho American actress, Mrs. de Navarro declares: "She is the greatest
emotional actress I ever saw," and
adds the significant) warning to stage-
struck girls: "I hope she who
writes this work will help to stem the
tide of girls who so blindly rush Into a
profession of which they are ignorant,
for which they are unfitted, and In
which dangers unnumbered lurk on all
sides. If, with Clara Morris's power
and charm, so much had to be suffered,
what Is, what must be, the lot of so
many mediocrities wno pass the same
fires with no reward In the end?"
"Our  hero  was   deeply  touched.'
"Life."
Epigrams From New Books.
Slander Is the crime of saying what
other people think.—"The Giant's
Gate."
The things men Inherit are mostly
weights; they must grow their own
wings.—"In White and Black."
Those who have real merit are the
Inst ones to see it In themselves and
the first to see It In others.—"Josh
Billings' Altmlnax."
There's times whin the dlvvlp's a
saint to what a man Is, an' times whin
B saint might wink at the dlwle, friendly like, out av reinlmbrance of the ould
days.~"Pntrlcla of the Hills."
Men are singularly unoriginal when
they make love or pray. Women and
the Deity have been perpetually hearing the same thing from the beginning
of speech.—"The Story of Eden."
Every woman who love*. ? man and
Is anxious about him Is sure that if
she can be alone with hin; for a moment he will tell her the truth about
his condition. The experience of thousands of years has not taught women
that if there Is one person In the world
from whom a man will try to conceal
till Ills nnd aches, It Is the woman he
loves.—"Marietta."
U you   want all the loeal news,
read THE EVENING StJN.
Don't forgot to leave your order
for lee with K. Miller.   Phone 64
W. K. C. MANLY
I
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Hardware
Large Stock of Heaters on Hand.
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Wright
Mining and Real
Estate Dealers
Financial and
Insurance
Agents
Lots For Sale in All Parts of the City.
Choice Garden Lots ai Low Prices.
Money to Loan
Columbia Avenue
Grand Forks, B. C.
>»>!»»*»; BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
The following tablo gives tho ore shipments of Boundary mines fo
lflOO, 1901, 1!X>:>! 1903, and for thepast week:
1900        1901. 1901. 1901.   I'nd Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix... 64,583   2:11,7112   809,858   259,206      8,803
Snowshoe, Phoenix       297       1,721     20,800    58,812      2,870
Brooklyn, Phoenix	
Mother Lode, Deadwood
Sunset, Deadwood	
Morrison, Deadwood	
II. ('. Mine, Summit	
1!. Bell, Summit	
Emma, Summit	
Oro Denoro	
Winnipeg, Wellington    1.070
Golden Crown, Wellington   2,250
160
340
19,404
99,084 141,828 92,548
804 7,455 14,028
150      2,389
47,405  14,811  19,366
560   	
8,630
2,912
288
(150
1,(H()
Athelstan, Wellington	
KmgSolomon,W. Copper.
No. 7 .Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Centra]	
Jewel, Long Lake	
Carmi, West Fork	
Providence, Providence...
Flkhorn, Greenwood	
Ruby, Boundary Falls...
Miscellaneous	
1,200
2,000
1(10
550
875
6Bo*
"350
<si)0
785
(125
13,040
6,964
1.000
281
594
•150
2,040
270
482
2,176
'iii)
80
3,456
325
705
17:i
Total, tuns  99,730   390,000   507,515   463,813
Granby Smelter treated ,. 62,387   280,828   312,340   238,690
16,168
8.899
Wil    ITTCD P   Pn    Uuvp moved next door to Hunter.-
, II. IliCn 06 UU.   KendrickOomnntiy.
Do.v.,11 read?  Ifsu, ur'» to thera and join their Circulating Library,   [tha. no equal lu British Columbia.
santn otau.e sent word to them, .ay-   Stationery, Office and School Sup-
S.'n'din^mor'eXJtwioe^L"™   plies, Fancy Goods and Novelties
Xiims Quods as you ever had before,  four place will still be Santa'a Headquarters."
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YOU   desire to l.(
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Ul'9 it. eniiies
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During the whole year. It is owned by
the editor, and not by any clique or taction.    It is worth $5,00.    it costs only
wmMX
Captured by the Pie-rates.—"Judge."
Complimentary.
He—My people are bothering me to
marry Miss May ford.
She—You'd be very lucky If you did.
Bhe is vary clever and very beautiful
He—Oh! I don't want to marry
brains and beauty. I want to marry
yob.—"Punch."
The Effect on Him
"My wife took great pains with tha
palad, and I "
The dyspeptic squeezed out a sort of
bave-mercy-upon-us   grin.
"—took great pains from It"
Why Linn Quit the Newspaper.
James Weber Lln>n, whose novel,
"The Second Generation," a story ol
newspaper life and politioai corruption
In Chicago, has brought him Into the
public eye, is a nephew ot Miss June
A'ddams of Hull House, Chicago.
How this young author came to quit
newspaper work is an interesting
story. He secured a position on the
staff of a Chicago daily immediately
011 leaving college. AU went well until
one night, about three months after he
took up the life of a reporter, when
the city editor assigned l.im to make
a midnight call at a homn where the
head of the household, a prominent
man, had committed suicide. "Get a
good talk out oi the wife and the girl,"
were the parting instructions. As Linn
approached the house he was overcome by a sense of the intruslveness of
his mission. Suddenly the glamor and
charm of newspaper work vanished.
Jn vain he attempted to force himself
to go up the steps of the house. The
traditional incentive of the newspaper
office, the argument that he must not
"Call down" on his assignment, failed
to stimulate his Interest or his courage, and the longer he stood staring ai
the black streamer oX crape that fluttered from the door the greater became
his repugnance for his disagreeable
task. Finally he turned on his heel,
took a car back to the office, and
handed in his resignation with the explanation that some other man would
have to get that interview. This episode ended his newspaper experience
and he soon secured a position as an
instructor in rhetoric in the University
of Chicago, where he is still engage
Mr. Linn's book was written in s[%
Weeks, while spending a vacation In
Europe. His success affords another
example of the fact that much ol the
literature of the day is toeing made by
the young, for h« Id Aniy twenty-five
years of aire.
A Jatory 01    ecil Rhodes.
Mr. Cecil Tihod latest biographer,
Mr. Henpman, ci .itradkts the story
that Rhodes evei used the phrase "he
never met a ma whom he could not
buy." The germ of this fiction, Mr.
Hensman says, "is to be found in the
fart that one day, many years ago,
when discussing his proposed telegraph
wire from one end of Africa to the
other, somebody asked him how he
proposed to carry it across the Soudan,
which was then uuder the domination
of the Khalifa. 'Oh, leave It to me,"
Rhodes answered. 'I never met the
man yet that I could not come to an
agreement with, nnd 1 nhnll be able to
fix things up with the tChnlifo when
the time comes.' This Is the true version of a story thtit In its distorted
form has been so widely circulated."
Proof Positive.
A convict at a French penal settlement, who was undergoing a life sentence, desired to marry a female convict, such marriages being of common
occurrence. The governor of ihe olony
off en-d no objection, but the priest proceed a t' cross- xatnlne the   r s nor
"Did you not marry in France?" &•
asked.
"Yes."
"And your wife Is dead?"
"She is."
"Have you any document to show
that she Is dead?"
"No."
"Then I must decline to marry you.
You must produce some proof that
your wife is dead."
There was a pause, and the bride
prosp.ctlve looked at the would-bo
groom.
Finally he said: "I oan prove that
my former wife 1? dead."
"How will you do so?"
"I was sent here tor killing her."
The bride accepted him notwltfc-
ota.ndlng.—"Scotsman'
Klondike pool table.   Only one
in city.    Grand Forks hotel.
Just what you want
Just when you want it
GOOD SERVICE is composed of two elements
—excellence of tho work and promptness in
the execution. Bad work executed promptly is not good service—good work delivered behind
time is not good service; but the two combine to
make one of the most necessary, but hardest to obtain nnd often most expensive, requirements of the
twentieth century business man. That we have
learned the lesson in theory we have shown. Our
customers will testify that we have also learned it
in practice.
WE  PRINT:
Price Lists
Pamphlets
Letterheads
Billheads
Statements
Invitations
Ball Programmes
Businss Cards
Visiting Cards
Shipping Tags
Dodgers
Envelopes
Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Carry a Complete Line of Stationery in Stock.
&
Our Jobbing Plant is new, nnd consists of the
latest nnd most popular faces of type and the
most up-to-date machinery. All workjguarnntced
to give satisfaction.
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