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Grand Forks, B. G., Friday, July 8, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
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KELKH!
SUNSET   SAUNTERINGS
The Values on This Property
Are Greatly Improving
at Depth.
Will Install Boiler, Pump and
Compressor at an Early
Date.
WHOOWNSGRANBY
The Elkhorn mine, ranking next
in importance to the Providence, bus
given additional proof of the richness and uniformity of the ledges
in the north belt at Greenwood: It
is a full sized claim, adjoining the
Providence on the west. It is only
one mile from the centre of the city
and is actually located within the
corporation limits. The lead on the
surface is scarcely wider than a knife
blade. This was the seemingly uncertain "clue" which persistenly followed hy-I'bil .McDonald and 'nines
Sutherland of Greenwood, the present owners, has won their fortunes
A working bond for eighteen months
wasseeui'cd in December! 1902, from
Charles Tonnnitt of Midway, the.
former owner. At, a depth of fifty
feet thc vein assumed a width of
about ten inches and contained thc
first profitable pay values; Thc lirst
carload shipments netted 8112 per
ton, less freight and treatment
charges. Messrs. McDonald A'Stither-
lund after providing for all operating
expenses paid for the property out
of profits within n year, and for tbe
past six months have been dividing
the monthly dividends. This is regarded as a remarkable achievement
fn view of the fact tbat the owners
only invested 8500 as working capital, which was refunded from the
profits derived from the lirst shipment.
An incline shaft sunk on thc lend,
bas attained a depth of 152 feet.
There are drifts at the 30 and 150
foot levels from which stopes have
been carried upward. The vein runs
northwest with a dip to the east. It
averages from ten to twelve inches
in width but in several places widens
out to two feet. Its dip is very regular throughput, Tbe values arc
mainly in silver. Sonic specimens
were found to contain .10 per cent
native silver. The highest return
in gold from car loud lots wus one
of $39.20. Shipments to date exceed (100 tons averaging about $100
per ton. The amount of ore in sight
is estimated to have a value of $100-
000. Ore shipments, average 60
tons monthly. The values are improving at depth. The owners contemplate installing a boiler, pump
and compressor at an early date.
The shaft is to be sunk an additional
tloptb of 100 feet, thus almost doubling the amount of Stoping ground.
Another lead traversing this property north and south has been traced
by the outcrop for a distance of six
hundred feet. It yielded an assay
on the surface of $104 per ton. This
vein passes within 300 feet of the
incline Bhaft, a drift from which will
tap it at depth.
Porter Bros., who have the contract for thc construction of all tbe
bridges on both the smelter spur
and Phoenix branch of the Great Reported Retirement of Galer
.Northern, havo received a number
of curs of bridge timber. A carload of
horses is expected to arrive in the city
from Spokane today, und the material will bo hauled by wagons from
thc Great Northern yard to the
smelter dam, where the Nortli Fork
is to be bridge.
and Flumerfelt From the
Company.
The semi-annual election antl installation of officers of the Grand
Forks Federal Labor Union No. 231,
A. L. U., took place in Union Labor
bull Wednesday evening. The following officers wore elected and installed:. President, D. Kelly (acclamation); Financial Secretary-Treasurer, .Ins. A. Harris (acclamation);
Vice-President, H. H. Cannon; Recording Secretary, T. Behnenger;
Guide, Archie Robertson; Guard, S.
Horner; Sergeant-nt-Arms, Rodger
M eudc.
Sloggy & Donald have leased the
Pacilic hotel—dining room, rooms
and bar—opposite thc C. P. R. station in the West end, and will conduct that house on strictly lirst-cliiss
lines hereafter. Mr. Donald bus
be in emp'oyo I at the Victoria f >r
some time, and Mr. Sloggy was employed in the construction depart:
incut of the V., Vr*Ji E. two years.
Hoth are experienced hotel men, and
will undoubtedly meet with success
in their new business venture.
Thc alfalfa crop in this vicinity is
reported to more prolific this year
than usual. Tbe first crop is now
being harvested.
A force of men are now at work
taking out ore from the Waterloo
mine, at the headwaters of the North
Fork. The ore will be sent to the
Hall Mines smelter in Nelson, and
will be carried by puck horses to
Arrow lake, thence by boat and rail
to Nelson. Some very rich ore wns
shipped from this property in the
same manner to the Hull Mines
smelter Inst summer.
Hill Will Soon Name Every
Officer in the Institution,
It Is Said.
A. Hallberg, of Frechette & Hall
beg, harness makers, was a visitor
from Greenwood last Friday and
Saturday.
Dr. Follick, dentist, bus removed
his office to the brick block on
Bridge street formerly occupied by
the Citizens' Simply com puny.
W. A. Harkin
Franklin camp.
left yesterday for
Chas. McAllister has been appointed a special policeman. Charlie
will look after the peace ot the West
end.
Quite a number of minors and
prospectors are leaving this city
daily for Franklin camp, nt the
headwaters of thc Nortli Fork.
John Mcintosh left a couple of
days ago for Spokane. He will remain in that city for two or three
weeks.
Frank Sherwood, U. S. customs
officer stationed nt Danville, left for
Port Townsend this week go through
his annual examination.
Wm. Carter, of this city, is building a saw mill at Danville for E. A.
Gardner. Thc structure when completed will cost about $20,000.
The Nelson Daily News lust Wednesday stated that a gentleman who
is well posted on the railway and
mining affairs of the Koiitciiuys,
in speaking of the dominanoy of
.raines J. Hill in the affairs of the
Grniiby eompany, snid:
"Tho mistake that Mr. Hill made
in building thcGrcat Northern brunch
to Republic was a costly one. The
brunch cost $3,500,0 10. The mines
there have not nearly come up to
what wns confidently expected by
Mr. Hill and his corps of mining experts. The production of ore is of a
very unsatisfactory character. Something hud to be done to make a pro-
lit on the investment. On the road
lo Republic thc railway hnd passed
the I'bocnix camp where there was it
large tonnage of ore being produced.
Mr Hib saw that the only way to
make the Republic branch pay was
to secure some or all of thnt tonnage.
It wns found that in order to build
the necessary brunch from Grand
Forks to Phoenix and to secure a
sufficient interest to be potent in tbe
affairs of the Granby an expenditure
of about$2,000,000wuulil have tube
inndi'. So be determined to make
tho expenditure. With what little
trallie, terminal and way, which the
branch to Republic already bas and
the haiilage of ore from the Phoenix
mines, tho road can be made to yield
a airly good profit and the costly
error which Mr. Hill and bis associates made in building tbe Republic
branch can be mitigated and Mr.
Hill's defeat turned into an uppn rent
victory. The bead of Ihe Great
Northern ruilwuy is a fur sight
man but he certainly was badly
fooled on the line to Republic.
"Jim Hill's line Italian hand is
already seen in'the affairs of the
Granby Co. W. Y. Williams, who
has been superintendent of the Granby mines ul Phoenix ever since they
were first operated bus already been
superseded by A. W. li. Hodges,
who is appointed general manager of
the com puny. A.C. Flumorfo.lt and
H. N. Galer, two other important
officials ot the company have retired
to take over the management of the
International Coal company at Coleman. Tt is said nt Phoenix that one
of the large interests which formerly
stood in with the Miner interests of
thc Granby Co.. has seceded from
him anil gone over to Hill, antl that
this deflection gives Hill control. It
is thought that it will not be a great
while before every man in the institution will be named by Hill. The
president ofthe Groat Northern is
one of those sort of men who wants
to run everything in which he is engaged whether lie holds a majority
or a minority interest. The Granby
in my opinion, "ill hereaftor be a
Hill institution pure and simple,
and Hill is not lie cosiest task master
in the world."
Coal in East Kootenay
A Rossland dispatch totheSpokes-
man-Rcview says :—"From personal
observation I cannot say niiichnbout
oil lands, but did see coal. One
seam I measured ol feet wide without a break. I never saw anything
1 ke it," says H. Paul Rcnwick,
public land surveyor, who has just returned after spending several weeks
in block 4593, the famous East
Kootenay coal and oil lands. Con-
tinning, he said : "This coal was
soft, but no doubt it gets much
harder at depth where the deteriorating influence of the atmosphere is
not felt. It looks like admirable
coking coal. The only stakes 1 found
on this particular seiim were those of
Andrew Hackett, who staked for
Spokane locators. I was told of
other excellent scams in thc district,
but didn't examine them personally.
•'I talked with Michael Phillips,
who was factor for the Hudson's'Bay
company -10 years ago, about the nil
seepages. He said he staked the oil
first in JS78, on Oil or Sage creek,
and that holes scraped in the shale
quickly filled with oil. 1 saw samples of the fluid, which is thick
dark and viscous. Phillips has
ground staked now, but fears he
won't establish claims under existing
circumstances.
"People in East Kootenay towns
who looked for . a rush have aboui
decided that Hie boom is off for tl is
season, owing to the form in wnich
licenses were issued. All up Flathead valley are a series of meadows
up to 5Q0 acres in si"c, covered with
bunch grass and small pines. Wben
the surface reserve is removed, the
country undoubted y will hnve a
great future in agriculture and grazing. The Flathead river istooshallow
and turbulent for navigation."
Mr. Renwjck is supposed to be
connected with the George Fraser
interests in block 4593.
Joint Installation of Phoenix,
Greenwood and Grand
Forks Lodges.
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Cermonies Ended With a Banquet, Vocal and Instu-
muntal Music.
STREET CARNIVAL.
The polls will lie open July 16th.
Voting commences the same day
and will continue for twenty-one
days. All candidates are requested to
send in their nnincs at once to the
Secretary ol Carnival directors. Their
names must bo endorsed by tbe
secretary of sonic union, lodge society
or club. The lucky contestant will
receive a substantial purse of gold
from the carnival directors to defray
expenses of drosses, coronation robes
etc., etc. Mayor Hammar will present the key of the city lo her
majesty uml all defeated contestants
will bu requested to act us ladies in
waiting on her highness.
All coi unications must be addressed to Peter Donaldson secretary.
The Rathbone Sisters will give a
lawn social Tuesday night, July 12th
at the residence of Mrs. Mahan, Ice
cream and cuke will be served. All
arc invited.
The Odd Fellows lodges of Grand
Forks, Greenwood und Phoenix held
a join installation in Odd Fellows
ball in this city Inst night. Deputy
Grand Officer Holmes nf Greenwood,
Marshal D. D. Munro of Grand
Forks, Grand Secretary Clements of
Grand Forks, Permanent Secretary
Fleming and Treasurer McDonald of
Greenwood weretbcinstallingoliicers.
About forty visitors from Greenwood
and Phoenix were present. The
local members swelled the number
in the hall to about one hundred.
At the close of the installation services the District Deputy Officer and
the Noble Grands of Phoenix, Greenwood and Grand Forks were eaeh
presented with beautiful bouquets of
roses, after which nn adjournment
was made to the banquetling room,
where a pretentious repast wns serve-1
in royal style, to which all present
did ample justice. Music, yocul and
instrumental, was then indulged in
until I'M a. in., when the members
loft for there homos and hotels.
Thc following officers were installed :
Grand Forks—N. G., Fred Kennedy ; V. ()., Lindsey Crossen; Roc.
Sec., W. Dewdney ; Per. Sec., W. B.
| Rower; Treas. R. Frache.
Greenwood—N. Q., Natlcii; V.
G., Crawford ; Rce. Sec, Holmes ;■
Per. Sec, Taylor.
Phoenix—N. G., Milkie : V. G.
Williamson; lice. Sec, Mead; Treas.,
Johnson.
Tom Clianibcau, a smelter employe, went down to Spokane to
celebrate the 4th, and imbibed n
little to much American whisky and
raised a disturbance, li took four
policemen to get him lo ihe lock-up.
Gus Parker and Geo. Malison,
Granby smelter employes, relumed
last night from a four days nip to
Spokane.
The Ladies of thc Maccabees held
their monthly social lust evening,
at which thc members ol the order
enjoyed u nice luncheon. Next
Thursday evening the hive will give
a social in Fugles ball, which will
wind  up with an informal dance.
Luncheon and refresh nts will be
served.
Mrs. Harriet Walker, laid proprietress ol the Pacilic hotel, Opposite
the O. P. R. stall   visited friends
in Greenwood yesterday.   She will
leave   inn   few days   for Saull Sic
Marie.   While she hasheon conducting the Pacific she bus made many
friends, nil of whom will  regret tn
learn nf her d< parturo from the cily.
Bert Smith, an old Grand Forks
boy, has returned lo the city.
E. Spraggett,   superintendent  ol
roads in this district, expects to start      ,
work with a force of men on the
Franklin camp road in a fortnight.
Arthur E. Ruincy, fruit inspector
in this city, condemned a shipment
of apples from Spokane the other
day.
Miss Daphne Wilson has returned
to the city, after a six months stay
in Spokane. Styr -EMng £>m
PUBLISHED EVKllV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT OltAND FORKS, U.C, BY
G. A. EVANS.
SUI1SCIIIITION hates:
One-year..,.$2.00 \ Three mouths. .SO
Six-months.. 1.00 \ One. month 20
Advertising rules furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone 55. brand fohks, ii. o.
FRIDAY, JULY 8, lfldi
Some new inventions for use in
war have recently conic to light. Of
' these, one of the most interesting
hns been a new explosive, of which
aluminum is an important ingredient. "While aluminum hns been
employed to produce intense heat
for welding and similar purpftso for
some years," says Harper's Wccklys
"it is only recently that it is found
us an ingredient of an explosive
where this action is also required.
In ammonal, a new explosive invented by an Austrian named Fuhrer,
powdered aluminum nitrate. Aluminum hns a high affinity for oxygen,
and when these elements unite intense heat is generated, which, in
the case of the explosive, raises (he
temperature of the gases produced
by th" decomposition of ammonium
nitrate. Increasing the temperature'
is equivalent to increasing the explosive effect, and preliminary results indicate thc high power of this
new explosive. If the addition of
aluminum to nn explosive compound
has the beneficial result claimed ill
this instance, there is no reason why
it should not lind wider application.
this week. He brought back the
news that the Midway and Vernon
road will be constructed this year.
Frank Shinn, of Republic, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank Royer,
in this eity.
hotelTrrivals
yam.
W. B. Grant, Hamilton.
C. A. DcsBriSay, Spokane.
II. L. Johnston, Greenwood,
('has. II. Wolf, Spokane.
S. T. Stewart, Vancouver.
R. Ilelme, Nelson.
W. M. Law, Greenwood.
Ed If. Mortimer, Phoenix.
E. F. Burns and wife.
Miss M. McKinnon, Spokane?
W. T. Smith, Greenwood.
D. MacDonald, Greenwood.
E. A. Harvey,'Victoria.
E. F. Smith, Bnnncrman.
D. A. Biiiincrninn, Greenwood.
A. D. Hallett, Greenwood.
WITH CRICK IN THE BACK
You arc up against a "whole lot of
trouble unless you have a strong
remedy like Nerviline to settle pain
and dislodge stilliiess from the muscles
an. 1 joints. Just rub Nerviline on
the painful spot- -not much rubbing,
because Neviline lias more power than
ordinary remedies. You won't suffer
much after Nerviline is applied, for it
relieves almost instantly, Mr. Philip
Adains of Oakland says, "If I hadn't
used Nerviline f guess my back would
be stiff yet. A few applications took
out .all the soreness and stilliiess. 1
can recommend Nerviline for any kind
of pain, also for liieutiiatisni. Price
25c If. E. Woodland, druggist.
A fine line of Bass' 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 Bar. A refreshing and
strength-imparting drink.
Thc finest brands of wines, liquors
and cigars at the Grand Forks Hotel
Bar.'
The bust brands nf fresh, cool beer
always on draught ut the Grand Forks
Hotel Bar.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in his county and adjoining territory for well nnd favorably
known house of solid financial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary and
expenset paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Expense
money advanced. Position permanent. Address Manager, 810 Couio
Block, Chicago, 111.
BUNDED WITH HEADACHE
' -People often get blinding headaches
that suffer from constipation, Simplest
remedy is Dr. Hamilton's Pills of
Mniidrnke and Butternut. They arc
mild, certain und safe. For headache
nnd biliousness use onlv Dr. Ibnnil
ton's Pills. Price 25c. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
SUNSET  SAUNTERINGS
Julius Ehrlich, manager Eor P
Burns & Co, Gieenwood, was a
visitor in the city Wednesday.
Alex. McQueen, of thc Inland
cigar factory, Kamloops, was in tho
city Wednesday.
Miss Mary Walker, returned last
Wednesday, from a short visit with
hersister, Mrs- Jas. Gilker, of Nelson
Frank Rising, weigher at tho Granby smelter, returned Inst Wednesday
from a visit to Spokane.
There are now ahout fourteen
patients in tho railway hospital in
this citv.
Geo. Chappie returned last Wednesday from Los  Angeles, Cal., to
which plnce he accompanied the rc-
* mains of his father, who died in this
city ahout three weeks ago.
\\. M. i-aw, manage*?'of the Union
Meat company, Greenwood, wns a
visitor in the city yesterday.
P. S.Hughes, a V., V. & K.-. subcontractor near Phoenix, is a guest
nt the Winnipeg today.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Koss, of
Greenwood, were Grand Forks visitors yesterday.
C. A. DesBrisay, V., V. & E.
right of way agent, was n guest at
the Yale yesterday.
David Whiteside, thc hamster,
madca business trip to Greenwood
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
hy J. W. Jones.
id'-*. I ~~
The very best smokers in town at
Donaldson's, Large range from which
to choose.    Get our prices by the box.
The Present Sta1-? of Literature.
Carlyle once mnn nn ''Enquiry i^t*
the State of German Literature," nn'!
others have investigated the state of letter* in other "Inmis. As it is not esaen-
tial to be bilious, iwr prerequisite to It
alien, an enquiry into the *tate of politic
and other literature in America is in
order, writes the humorist, Joseph Smith.
That it ]nay,he .veU,*lone, and not half-
baked. I do it myself, for, though nuuV
est, I turn Literary ami Authoritative, if
not well read; almoal shrinking enough
for a reviewer.
Literature iii in n had way, it has no
friends except merconaty publishers am)
impecunious writers; even critics, wti*
know literature when it hi tes them
speak harshly of it. Literature has b"<*n
tfdng down hill for years; it has now
been stranded in the deportment stores.
where Shakespeare and Laura Jean Lib-
bey battle for recognition with Indiana
poets and Hattie Creek breakfast food*;.
Poetry, which is viewed with alarm by
alienists, is n gonrr. When the twenty
five-cent table d'hote was strangled dj
the Beef Trust, the Poets' Union succumbed; and to-day poets are not raised
except in captivity and suburban Boston.
History hag been decaying sinee it became wedded to that robust, form of fiction called the New England Family History; genenlogy. gossip, gush and gab
have ruined it. Ida Tai JJall has dropped
Napoleon and Lincoln for Kerosene and
Rockefeller. . . . Only the Spanish
War heroes, whose pens are mightier
than their SWOrds. are left to stagger hn
manity with their memoirs and amaze
empires with their exploits.
The historical novel, which is seldom
historical and never novel, is the only
dangerous rival which Reformed Oar-
and Jagless Rye encounter in a free press
next to pure reading matter. All depend
on robustuous inveracity for reputntion
and sturdy credulily for con-*umpt;ou:
but the oats and rye have some value.
The Swashbuckler novel—the cousin ot
the H. N,—has waned since its heroes
have been translated to the stage. An
imported syndicate hero in red boots, abbreviated blue breeches, green shirt
waist, blonde curl**, hrown Arizona hat,
yellow feathers and a secret society
aword, is not calculated to make liter,,
ture respected and popular. Thc Kroli
mani?,ed Swashbuckler has added a new
horror to ti,e drama, nnother terror to
literature.
Literary translations make counties-
thousands yawn; they lack even their
native attraction—Indecency. D* Annua-
zio done into Knglish is dullness and dirt;
Ibsen suffers from Norse-algia; and the
genius of France, Germany und Russia
is Kngllshed to congest junk stores ami
feed furnaces.
Plainly the Literary Outlook is alarm
ing. R.H.Hiivi*- has quit; Hangs swing-5
between post-mortem persiflage and historical grave robbery; Kipling has taken
to golf, politics and epltnota; .Tames is
foggy in several langu i*.-es; Dooley is
married; Roosevelt Isatrcnuous in everything but literature; Howells has ceased
to Howell; Lochinvar has gone West
again; and I am not feeling very well
myself. It looks ns if the rending public* would have, to f.'n back lo such "Hns
Reens" as Tennyson, Tli ickeny, Dickens,
Kmerson, Cooper, Hawilimrie, and such.
. . It Is an protltles- io seek for a
sane, healthy, robust literature in such
-oirroundings as to look fnr motherhood
and domftwicttv in a divorce court*,
The question: What will we have
for dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone (i4.
Baths 28 cents at the Yak; Barbel*
Shop.
For a nice'hair-cufcor shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c
DER BACK AGAIN
nf course,    Meanwhile send
them  some nf those $4,,00
CABINET PICTURES by
MILNER
..THE,.
PHOTO MAN
Studio Opposite Sun Office,
Winnipeg    Avenue
TRANSFER OF SALOON LICENSE,
To the  Hoard of Licensing Commissioners
hi mid for the City of Grand Forks.
NOTICK  is hereby given tlmt the under-
Binned will, at tin* next meeting nf the
lln-inl of    LIppi-hIiiix (.onmii-sioiieiH lu  and
lor tin-City of Grand ForlM. apply for a
t.'iinsfei- ul tin* ShIouii License granted In
respect of the Province Hotel, Grand Porks,
finiii myself, tin- undersigned, to Herbert
Hamlin, of Grand Porks ufm-ewnid.
Dated ut (irand Porks, U.C, the nth .lone,
100-j.
HTA7RBNDKES0N;
f OR SALE OR JO RENT,
One Sipgle mul cue Double House
iiciii' the Great Northern station.
For partiqnlars apply to
A. W. ANDERSON,
Caretaker Public School,
Grand Fork, li. C.
NOTICE   "
Orand Porta,B,c ,Muy an, 1901.
To the Board ol License Commissioners ol
tin-(ity ol r.tuiiii Porks!
NOTICK ISIIKHKHY GIVEN tlmt I Intend
tn n>i|ilv ill I In. n"M ll i-t i mt nf tlm Ilium!
ol Liaotisn Ilnniniissiiincrs for the City-nl
Orand Porlts ut whioh the amilteuttoti on,, be
heard fnr nn Hotel License in respect ofthe
premises known ns tin- Bujrle Hotel, situate
on Lot Nnmlicr Four |4|, Mocli Number loin
|l|, iice.inliiiir to llciristi'ieil I'lnn Number
Tliii-lyllve[3i.1.
I luted this Ullth day of May, U»l.
Margaret haverty.
;^OR   SALE
GOOD DRY
Delivered Ui any
luM't nf tlu
o any (M Crt C.  O.  D.
oity   0-TluU per Curd.
Send in your orders
in advance, as we are
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0
QRAND FOHKS FEDERAL EA-
bur   Union  No.   231, A.T..U.—
Meets    every   Wednesday    evening
at 8 o'clook in   Federal   Union   ball.
Dan Kelly, Pres,
Jas. A. Harris, Sec.
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Hotel Winnipeg
And with our long experience in the
hotel business, we are prepared to
open to the public a first-class house.
Our rooms are airy and well lighted, The Dining Room
will be second to none in the city. The Bar will be supplied   with   tbe   cljoiccst   Wines, Liquors  and   Cigars.
RIDDEL & DICKSON
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE 64.
Best lee in the city. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WOltK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
\v         A PLEASURE TO SHOW,
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printing
y
H. E. WOODLAND,      X
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IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
l\I C\ fYTHIMfl ■*■* w"ul1' 1)0 advisable to eall and see
11> VU, I I II1XVJ what,\ve-are'doing. No trouble to
show (.'(Kids. Fnr Quality, Fit and Price in Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better.    I also have an agenoy for one of the best Eastern
xBBB SUITS FROM $15 UP.
can get it for you, as 1 thoroughly  understand taking  measurements.
UbO.   h.  llASSlb, Grand    Forks.
"■■■"-*-       ■**—      *sss*^~i^~s^—ssiss^'ssmm,^isssm.ssssssm.^m^issn^^ist^*^isssM*^issss—stsssssussm^issssssss—isssss^^
P.Burna&Co.
DEALERS IN ALU  KINDS OF
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
HONEY SAVED
BY BVYINU YOUR SUPPLIES FROM
J. H. HODSONi
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES; HOOTS |
AND SHOES AND GENT'S FUKNISIIINfiS always on band.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Monoy Refunded.
PHONE 30
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
Harness Shop
We nre opening Up in tlul
HARNESS AND SAI>1
ULUUY business
OPPOSITE THE QUEENS HOTEL
Repairing o£ All Kinds a Specialty.    Watch for Future Ads.
»Stoek coming in from Spokane, Calgary and Toronto.
Frechette £& Hallberg;]
ORAND FORKS, B. C. ' /<>
H. G. MCCUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,Gun Repairing, .Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows;
Riverside    Avenue,
Gpposlte J. W. Joih-h' i-'m-nitureStore.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating and Adjusting a
Specialty,   Good work
promptly done by
A.   13.   MORRISON,
Jeivelet- and optician,
*   OKAND   KOWK, M. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
lAJNEY'S
it CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN    ~~
And gel   measured  for a swell
Spring Suit
We have nil the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
und our prices nre right, See us
before ordering elsewhere.
VV. H. DINSMORE,
.MKHl'HANTTAir.OH,
URAND I'OHKS,  B. C
Dr. FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Hunter-
Phone 27. Kendrick Co, 's Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
1 Carry a Complete Line
of PltinibingSpecialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
The Records
' Following nre tho locutions, cei-
tilicntes di work, bills of snlc, etc.,
recorded in the Government office nl
Grand Fo.ks, P.O., of the (irand
Forks mining division, limn June
-Dili lo July 6th, inclusive:
RECORD OF LOCATIONS.
lliiinming Bird, Central dump,
Dm cm Buchanan.
N. S. P., Gloucester camp, .Ins.
A. Stewart.
Minister*, Franklin camp, relocation Blue Bird mineral claim, Tims.
Uminn.
Fidelity, Gloucester camp, Trios.
.Newby. ,
Standard,  Franklin camp, Jacob V-:-;4J|
M. Paulson. Lj*jr-
-,Florence, a relocation of the Hillside. John Spratt.
Copper King, Franklin camp, W.
W. .Miller.
'HIITIIi'ATKS (IF WORK.
Wonder, Hardy mountain, Gtisl
Bjorklund.
Greyhound, Brown's camp, Fisher
ami llireh.
,  Mountain  Maid, Frankli.i camp,
Rube Hull etui.
Vermont, North  Fork,  Morrison
WHY GO FAST
Over   the   sun-burned, sage  brush
and   alkali   plains, when   vou   may
jlisl as well lake  a   delightful,   cool
 1 comfortable ride through the
hearl of tho Rocky Mountains, iu
view of the grandosl scenery on the
American continent?
This you cap do by traveling on,
the Rib Grande system, the fnr-
Fiiiued "Scenic Line'of tho World.-"
the onlv transcontinental lino' passing through Salt  Lake City,   Glen-
w I   Springs,   Leadville, ColoradoI
Springs and Denver enroute. to cast-.0    '
em points. Richmond Fraction, Genlraliani|.
Thr Inilv express trains make Henry Johnson.
close connections with all trains east     gt. Joseph, Central  camp, Henry Iff
flive! ' '
i*«s»«*IV*Ka.\^AX**A(t.-is*sT> wAJst  	
GRAND BIG STREET     Cft
83
i
m
$
During the Race Meet at      Cj3
J  Grand Forks, B. C. ffi
9 Aim    "
ffi nuiii
m
and west, and afford a choi
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is tlio best, in-
eluding free reclining chair cars,
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car sondco, anil also
personally conducted oxcursion curs,
each in charge of i mpctent guide
whose business is to look after  Ihe
comfort   of  bis guests.    Ni 'o
Jollllnllll.
Iron Mountain No. 2, linker creek,
lieaeh etal.
THANSI'EBS.
Ottawa  (}), Seattle camp, (1. ('.
McGregor to James A. Stewart.
WATEU  IIKCOIill.
Teli inches from small stream nris-
ploagant and inexpensive means of ing at the Winnipeg mine, to  Win.
crossing the continent can be found j. Porter, for the Iron Clad and Pa-
than is provided by   these  cx,riir-j
sions.
For additional details address .1.
1). Mansfield, Gen. Agt., RioGrando
■ iii,- mineral cluim
i'IIIITIFICATES OK IM 'lloVKMK.VI'.
I.nke View, Summit  camp. Is:
Lines,   No. 1:M Third Street,   Port-  FI. [in 1 tl "■, Isincll. Hallett as a.'.
I;""'- '"'''• ministrator  of  the estate of Archi
bald McConuor Jr.
M
8
THE  MILWAUKEE
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dentid Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Block.
Phone 138.        Grand Forks. B.C.
Pacific Hotel
J.J, MoINTOSH
Opposite O.P. li. Statl
('oliimt,...   II.C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINK  LAUNDERING,
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN  AND
nick and ironed by
machinery,   nkw
Men km ploy kd.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVKKS.IDE  AVENUK.
Dianiiiud, Greenwood camp, Jas.
F. Cunningham 's\, John Mulligan .',.
Yello'V Jacket, Greenwood camp,
John Mulligan J, James F. Cunningham 1.
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St.Paul llailwny(kno\vn
nil over the Union as the great  rail
way running   tl Pi( r   Limited"
trains every day nnd night bet ween,St.
Panl and Chicago,   nnd   Omaha ami
Chcago.    "The only porfeel trains  in DELICATE EOYS AND GIRLS
the world."     Understand!    Connou-      Are altogether too numerous.    0
lions are made with   All   Transcotil schools aro full of them.    Chances are
neiitiil Lines, assuring   to   pusiengors your own children are weaklings.   It's
the best service   known.    Luxuric
coaches, electric lights, steam beat, of
a verity etpialcd by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going (u any point
in the United Slates or Canada, All
ticket agents sell thorn,
For rates, pamphlets or  other   information, address
R. L. F , M.S. Iloivi:,
Trav, Puss, Agt.,       (Jen. Agent.
Spokane, Wash.    Portland; Ore.
CHUROH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PltliSHVTimiAN OHUHOH, Qrtitnl
Perils ,1. II. K,,!,,',I.on. II.A . imstor.
SiMvii'i's eel V SiiiiiIiiv nl 11 n.in. aril 7t80 I*.
m.i Sunday soliuol nml lllliie olu««, « p. in.:
Westminster Qiilltl ut I'. Ii„ Tuesday, I
FIRST MgTHOOIS'TOHUHOH   Oiirnnr Mnln
ami Flutists,  .1. P. Helts,nnsttir. Sorvl	
(.very Siiinlny at  II  u. in,  anil    7.811 li.lll.l
olass nmotliitf nt otusouf muruluR sorvlooi
Slllliluy  mI 1 ami  llil,I,   olnssnl ll |i. in.:
iniiyci' imir       it.v   Thursday   ot lull
at x ./clock. Tliepu iunUcordIp.il* Itoiteil.
lloi.v -i iiim'I'V CMl'ici     [flliuroli "I Hint-
Inn, 11. tir I   KorUs, llci.cy  Hteolli,  vlonr-
llolv I'niiiiii'iui,,,,. * ,i In., Iil4.cliii.tr in-nvcc
iiiiiIkiiiiiioii, II a. in.:Sin..lavsolluul, :t |i.in.l
evensong nmlsenium. 7t8U n, m. All tire
oordliUly mviicil.
nny einlilren grow up
without health when they could be
mode strong by Forrozone, the best
tonio growing bovs nuil girls ean take.
Ferro/. ,ne iu\i oral s the whole body.
helpi digestion, ma'keti the blond pure
and rich. It supplies more nourishment than children can get in any
Other way and soon establishes  a   re-
rvo of to
■re nnd energy.
(j
e'lildren   Ferrozone and   watch   them
grow strong,      Price   ."llle per hex.    11.
13, Wood-land's, druggist.
jhop.
'You're next" nl the Yale Barber
'6
(INCLUSIVE)
The most novel attraction ever helct in  the   Boundary	
Country.    Four days of genera]  entertainment and merry- ff^jrt
making, in which the whole Boundary country *s cordially in- JvSjr
vited to participate.    An interesting feature of the Carnival V%^n
will   be tlu- coronation of the Queen, who will lie elected by -LftJ
popular vote.  Candidates arc entered from Rossland, Nelson, 5jv*a>*|
Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic, Northport and Grand  Forks, «*»<v
and a close and spirited contest   is looked for.    Another feat- fiV«
ui-e will   be   the  (irand   Midway   Plaisance,  which  will be IjJ
stoekeil with novelties o£ every description.    There   will  disc "   '"J*
be a foek drilling contest tor a valuable prize,   in   which  tin
best teams in the surrounding country will meet,  in  cbmpeti
tion.   The Gala Attraction will lie Mardi-Gros  ni^ht, wliet:
everyone   is    invited   to musk   from   7  to 11:30 p.m.    Pol ,.
further   particulars  see  posters.    There will  he  SPEGIAJ **
RATKS ON ALL IIAIIAVAYS during Carnival Week.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Aid. Feeney       P. Donaldson
Geo. Urlin J. Temple
R: 'F. Petrie        J. M. Ross
M. White John Leamy
C. Buhler
m
M
tSif
nA FULL LINE §f\
Drugs, Patent Medicines
and Drug Sundries.
Rubber Sundries a Specialty.
rhone 35 ( A" Ph™° *'!11l':ist!romptly \    Night Service
bridge and
Second Streets
I All Phone Orders Promptly |
( Attended In. '  |
J. M. ROSS
Druggist
and Chemist
liiu iIkiocm. E*ollQttors.
Nutorlan, lilo
plrsl Sireet,
OKAND 1'OHKS, II. C,
W Avenue im.l
u
2iM li the mit is
NION HOTEt 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
When  an Accident I lappe") is.
$27,50 invested ill the "AcoUllULATIVIi" Policy issued hy the CANADIAN CASUALTY AXU BOILER IN
HURANCI'l COMPANY, ȣ Toronto, may be worth $15,000 I" y" "" '" "" itcoident Imppens. Kvorybody mimic
tlmt it is the hest ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY on the market,
ALL THAT IS NECESSARY is to meet with an aecidepl in order to receive the oanh  ler thin policy,
YOU CAN OWN THIS POLICY by applying to
PETK McCALIvUM, Nr,!,^/W1
Call nn him, and have your sisters, courins, wives and minis and all their I'riends  call, nnd ask to see the N L\\
SICKNESS POLICY, covering30 diseases, which is undoubtedly tho most I'l'-TO-'JATM nicki policy boforo thc
public.   DO IT NOW.    No medicalexaiiiinalion required.    Evory man and wofrtad should havi	
Authorized capital. !?1,0(10,000; subscribed capital. 8000,000.    Boiler  tnsi lion,   Boiler  Insurance,   Ponoiial
Accident Insurance, Sprinkler Insurance, Elevator Iusuranoe.   Consulting Engineers,    tt will pay vou to lake oui
a policy on your boiler und consult us free of charge, on all matters pertaining to steam usage.    I lur I'llgil is' Ad
visory .Department can save our policy holders niiiiiv limes their premiums by the service rendered  thom.s The fuel t
of regu ar inspection is the greatest safeguard against boiler explosions.    All our inspectors are responsible engineers.
The Canadian Casualty and Boiler Insurance Company,    -     -     Head Office Toronto,
""     P. T. iMoCALLU.M, OKAND FORKS AGENT,
BRIBER AGENTS WANTED
in each town to take orders lor our new High Grudo
Guaranteed Bicycles-
New 19&3 Models
"BelSise," Complete $8.75
" Oossaclt," Cuaramcid llicli Grade $10.75
"Siberian,"        A Hoamy        $12.75
| "Neur'cc-f,"       Load liaccr        $14.75
no belter Mcyelo at any prtcc.
Any other make or model you want ul our-lhird
usual price. Choice of any standard tires nnd bost
equipment on oil our bicycles.   Strongest guarantee.
We SHIP Oiri APPROVAL C. O. J), to any onn
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase is binding.
[, 500 Second Hand Wheels $« .  60
8,5'
i by our Cbleitt?o rofall sto
nd models* irood-asn
auiRtlA DO HOT BUY"-'
Tires, enulpmenl, snnil
lnourhigfrcesurtriryr.i
FACTORr PRICES AND FKEE )"IAL OFFER.
portlnsr goods of nil kinds, ni lmif roiralar price,
Qlnaaworldof nsofullnfoi
J. L MEAD CYCLE C0-, Chicago, III. ct
W.K.C. MANLY
...IIKAI.EI1 IX'..
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings- 	
TJio first consignment of a  n        , j cl_        „
largeatid up-to-date stock of DOOtS cinClbnOeS
PHONE 6
I PHOi
.1 uat Received.
BRIDGE STREET
-t*r
!DprA£;A&dLA(2/£.±~r.
IfffffT
R. F. PETRIE
Bridge Street,
Grand Forks.
WE LIVE TO EAT
AND EAT TO LIVE
Is an old axiom, but in of'der to live
•T" we must get the best to eat.
mmip Tender Steaks, Juicy Cutlets, Chops, Etc.
""" Pish anrl Game in Season.
Union rJMeat Company
Phone  14
IIk.mi Office at Greenwood,  Ii. C.    Markets at Gheex.wood, P.. (.'..
I' :m.v, B. G; Grand Forks, 11. ('., and McLeod, Alta:
The "Club
opposite postoffice,
First Street.
JJ Highest Grade Imported
Ports, Cheiiries, Buroux-
iiiks, Etc. T*
JOE   THATCHER
KHOI'KHCTOR
J. W.Jones
Fur 11 i tu re Dea 1 er
A large consignment of Irouriges, Piningsroom Cliuirs,
Tnlilcs and Sofas just urriveil. Call and inspect tlieni.
Also n slock ol Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Kiverside Avenue
Grand  Forks
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   STRIBBT, ORA.ND   PORKS
A Complete Line  of   Furniture,   Hardware and Cutlery Always
Curried in Stock and Sold  Bed-Hock   Prices.    Largest   Variety   of
NEW "AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought iiii-t Sold.    Cull und Inspect My Goods.    A  Great  Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept ill Stoek,
STOVES A SPECIALTY.
LAWN
AND
FIELD
SEE MAC FOR BNRGA1NS
A
H   H
V A- -J V_.
The eciet 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, ft. C.
Stationer and Bookseller
Circulating Library"
W
J Largest and Most Complete Stock
if Wall Paper in Grand Forks
Mining Stock Quotations
Asked;     Bid
American Boy         -.'.- I:]
llen-Ilur .'         '1\ 1
Blook Tail        .'I 2
Canadian Gold Fields       4J 3*
C.irilj(io'(MeK.)ex-(liv.        lj
Centre Star     26 22j
Denoro Mines      -11
fairview         3
•Fisher Maiden        3
(liiinl        2
Granby Consolidated. $£.25     83
THE   TORONTO
SSCrri^G?
Morning Glory,
Mountain  Lion	
North Star(E, K.)...
Payne	
Quilp	
Wamblcv-Cayiboo	
Sum Toil	
Sullivan	
TomThumh	
War Etiglo:Gsn	
Waterloo (assess, pd).
White Bear "      " .,
ll"
10
u
IS YOUR BREATH BAD?
Bad breath is one of thoeafly syinp-
boms or catarrh which -ih'ould bi
checked at once and not allowed to
urn into consumption. Ihe surest cure
is fragrant, healing Oat&rrhozonb,
whieh emes catarrh by removing ib>
cause. No case is too chronic, even the
must stubborn yield in a abort time to
tbe haiBuniic vapor of Cajawrhpzorfe.
ft makes cures tlmt hist for once
cured hy Catarrhozone you stay cured
Catarrhozone is pleasant-, convenient
and safe to use, relieves almost ii• ~
stantlv and is guaranteed to cure
ivery type of catarrh, bronchitis and
asthma, Use onlv Catarrhozone,
Complete outfitUTOO, trial size 26c! I
II. K. Woodland, druggist.      •
m DAILY NEWSjg
m
AND THE pf?
GRAND FORKS SUN ffl
2.2;aYears
m
im
Si
10
1
31
m
.FOU    ONLY.
•vJLtr
Now is  the  time tivbring in your >
bicycle and get it repaired and put in i
shape for tin- wheeling season. Quo. i
CnAl'Pr-E, Kieyele Dealer and Repairer,
Webbs' chocolates galore at Don-
aldson's, in bulk and in  fancy boxes. '
The finest brands of wine-*., liquors
and cigars at the Grand Forlis lintel
.liar.
The best  brands of fresh, coo] beer !*■>
dm    ' ../■■!
Mute] Bai
alwavs on draught at the Grand Forks {k|
:M
M.WACKK  WANTED,
Trustworthy lady or gentleman
manage business in his County and
joining territory for well and favorably
known bouse of solid financial stand-
in;.'. siMl.OO straight nisb salary and
expenset paid eaoh .Monday by cheek
direel from headquarters', Expense
money advanced, Position permanent. Address Manager, 810 Coiuu
Block, Chicago, 111.
The question! What will we I
for   dessert?    The   answer:   Call   .. (
Donaldson and get some   Elazclwood 3j
iee cream.   Phone 64.
Baths 25 cents at the Yale Barbi
Shop.
S
m
A radical change from old methods and prices has heen made by
the Toronto Daily News. The eyes
oi the newspvper world have
been upon The News for thc past few
months, during which lime several
departures hnve hecn iniide which
havo given thut paper a widespread
reputation For enterprise and otigin-
alitv. This latest move i,s to place
The News at the price of $1.00 u
year bv Until, Only a deep-founded
belief in the future success of The
News coUld lead the publishers to
make suoh a reduction in price.
liiil^jitst us the dollar magazine hns
taken hold of the people, so, wc venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and evei'-increasing circulation, bused not ofily on the popular price at which il is sold, but
mainly upon ihe intrinsic merits of
he paper.
We have arrangements concluded
which enables us lo club the Toronto
News wilbiuir own paper at S'l.'.l't a
year in advance. Such a combination presents many ilniqno features
—our scmi-wcckly giving you nil
the homo nnd district news, nnd
tholiig lz-pogo daily keeping you itl
touch with events all over the world.
Send us your subscription lo Thc
News, or if you would like lo sec
Ihe paper lirst, write us and we will
secure a sample copy.
I
4
m
I Subscribe H
Hi
Id
Be
Km- a nice hair-cut or  shine   in, t,, 811 *""*k     y
the Citv   Hiirber  Shop on Riverside   -:''c"*j f^^ |   ^->y -»- -w-   y-
avenuo.   Brtf•**«-_•. ■      JJH 1 \ (J W  •
If you have a few friends to- sp I
an evening at your home, do mil   for
act to leave un order for some llnz.
Wood     iee    cream     at  Donaldson'
Phono lil.
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