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Grand Forks, B.C, Tuesday, A14 wi 10, 1904
ISSJtD TWICE A WEEK
M,
Will Begin Laying Steel on
Granby Spur About
Sept. 15.
composing this company are Miss
Gertrude Marrack, tbe eminent
Australian contralto; Mr. Herbert
Taylor, the famous basso, late of the
Carl Rosa Opera company, England,
and little Glen, thc 12-year-old child
comedienne,
Glove Contest Was a Fiasco
of Most Flagrant Nature.
It is now stated that the Great
Northern Railway company will
commence to lay steel on the smelter spur and Phoenix branch about
the 15th of September.
The glove contest between Jack
Turner, Australian lightweight, and
"Kid" Brady, who claims to be
champion lightweight of Ulah,
turned out to be a fiasco of thc most
llagrant character. In the middle of
the lirst round, after a few seconds
of light sparring, the "Kid" fell
down, and evidently desired to be
counted out, but the referee, Cool-
gardie Smith, refused to do so.
Shortly after the commencement of
Second round Turner blushed a fly
off the "Kill's" jaw. The "Kid"
thought this an opportune time to
lay down, and acted on the thought.
This time he refused to get up, and
after he had rested a few minutes he
carried out of the ring. Luckily
thc number of victims who witnessed this exhibition were few In
justice to Turncrj it mutt be said
that he was fine Condition, and he
entered the ring with the intention of
carrying out the contest as adv
tiscd.
Guy Murphy, aged about 88 years,
was drowned in the North Fork,-a
short distance above the dam, while
out boating with two companions Friday morning. While separated from
bis friend she went in bathing, ami it
is supposed that he was either taken
with cramps or else the undercurrent
carried him to bottom. Thc water
is about twelve feet deep at the place
place where the accident occurred.
The body has b'leh recoved. The
coroner has decided that an inquest
is unnecessary. Murphy came to
this city about two years ago from
Spokane, and has since been employed at the (Iranby smelter and
Lequinie's sawmill. He leaves a
family consisting of a wife and four
W. A. Coplen, superintendent of
the mining department ol thc Spokane Interstate fair, which opens
October 3, is gc.ting up a fine diploma which will be awarded for the
best mineral exhibits this year.
These diplomas will be awarded by
the most competent judgeB for the
best samples of thc various ores. Mr.
Coplen is receiving assurances of fine
exhibits from all part* of thc country. There is every reason to believe this department will bo better
than ever before. The railroads
have agreed to take all ore samples
to the fair free of charge. These
will be retained in Spokano and put
into a permanent exhibit, wl.ieh
will be kept from year to year for
Interstate fair purposes.
bildrcn.     The  bur.al   took
last Saturday afternoon.
placi
The carnival closed sine die last
Saturday night. The rock drilling
contest for a prize of 8200 was woi
by George and James Faulds of
Greenwood, with a record of 4*14.
inches drilled in 15 minutes. Mc-
Gillicray and Sutherland, of Rossland, the competing team, retired
with a score of 20 inches after ten
minutes' drilling.
11; city council
Will Not Assume Ob'ig ti' ni
of Street Carnival Managers.
City Engineer Reid Will Be
Given a Month's Vacation.
Geo. Nye, a Granby smelter employee, returned last Friday from 11
three weeks' visit to his mother's
ranch on the reservation.
John Temple, of tbe Granby hotel,
has been confined to his room by an
attack of fever during the past week.
Forest fires on Observation mountain assisted materially in illuminating the city last Friday flight. The
fire started at J. A. Smith's place in
thc North addition, and it took a big
squad of fire-fighters from the city to
save some of the property in that
neighborhood.
Mrs. II. S. Lcard and Miss Scan-
lan, of Nelson, havo been visitors at
the homo of Mrs. M. J. Taylor during the past week.
The masquerade ball given under
the auspices of the Grand Eorks and
Granby baseball clubs, in tho Biden
opera last Friday evening, was well
attended, between two and three
hundred people being present.
Miss Clunis, of Nelson, returned
to. her home yesterday after visiting her father for a few days in this
city.
The Bohemian Concert company
will give an entertainment in the
Biden opera house on Tuesday evoning, Sept. 6th.   Among the artistes
It is rumored in society circle*
that a wedding, in which II. N.
Galer, late assistant manager of the
Granby smelter, and a well known
Grand Forks young lady are to be
the principals, will be solemnized in
this citv about six weeks hence.
The regular weekly session of the
eity council was hold in the council
chamber last night. Mayor !laminar, Aid. Clements, Feeney; McCullum, Martin, Hutton and McNee were present.
After the minutes had been read
ami adopted, 11 communication ifu'
read from the secretary ol the carnival directors, stating that a deficit
of about $1200 si a red lliein in the
face, ami asking till! city's assistance
tn meet their liabilities. The 11 t'er
was discussed at length, but. th-
council refused to take any action.
Mayor Hiitnmar suggested circulating a popular subscription papir,
stating that he himself would head
the list with a donation. Aid. McCullum said he would lik'e to see a
certified statement made by the directors of the receipts and disbursements*, lie thought the people who
bail subscribed to the carnival were
entitled to know what had been done
wilh the money.
On nn tion ol Aid. le ney and
Clements, thc water and light committee was requested to arrange with
Mr. Waterston and Mr.' Savage to
do the city engineer's work, so tbat
a month's vacation could be given
Mr. Reid.
On motion of Aid. Martin and McNee, the monthly payroll and tbe
following accounts were ordered
paid: II. li. Cannon, .«(i; Clay
Mountell, 81; II. Dickson, $6; I'.
Waterston, 231); 1.. Steele, $10.50;
Kottlc River [.timber Co., *29.25;
Boundary Iron Works, (2.50; (ieo.
E. Massie, $35; J. W. Jones, 854.30;
F. M.   Kerby,  $50; Holly  Mason,
815.
On motion of Aid. McCallum and
Feeney, the matter of connecting the
water main with thcC. I'. R. was referred to the water and lightconiinit
tee, giving the committee power to
act.
Cowboy race, quarter mile, two
turns—lack .1. Aeneas, of Curlew,
1st; Hob Hiirbar, Midway. 2nd.
Tbe race meeting concluded Saturday with consolation and match
races.    Results:
Half mile, twii year olds—.Ethel
(.'., owned by II. West of Spokane,
1st; Diadem, owned by T. Ueniway
of Medical Lake, 2nd, and Ethel,
owned by C. C. Colleen of Spokane,
3rd.   Time 45 seconds,
Half mile, consolation—Fannie,
owned by H, Johnson ol Edmonton,
1st; Sa r.inali, owned by (I. Co -
grove of Spok'ahc, 2nd; Foxy, owned
by McCaslin ct Carr of Trail, 3rd.
Time 54 seconds.
Cowboy race, 33 J yards, two turns
—Jack Acnas, of Curlew, 1st; C.
Bulbar of Midway, 2nd.
The quarter mile match race between Buttons, a Rossland horse,
anil Curlew Babe lor 850 a side was
,ion bv the latter.
CITY NEWS
Tbeauiiual meeting of tho Kettle
River and South Okanagan Pioneer
society will be held at the Riverside
hotel, Rock Creek, on Thursday,
Sept. 1st. Teams will be at Midway
on the arrival of the C.I'.B. westbound to carry members to thc meeting place.
The Kettle Valley railway surveyors, who are running a preliminary
line for thc North Fork extension,
have now reached I.ynch's creek.
D. Whiteside, barrister, is spending a short outing up in the Nortli
Fork country.
Tho  shooting  season  opens  on
Sept. 1st.
Frances Feeney, son of Aid.
Feeney, will leave tomorrow for
Spokane, whero he will attend tho
Blair Business College.
The Races
The resulls of bust Friday's races
were as follows:
Gent's saddle, mile, purse 810,
live satrters—Curlew Babe lst/fhom-
as 2nd.   Time, 27 seconds.
Pony, race, quarter mile, purse
$50, eight starters—Buttons 1st,
Curlew Babe 2nd, Batsman No. 2
3rd.   Time 27 seconds.
Seven-eighths mile, for the Seagram cup, and 8300 added—Dancing Kid, owned by Galbraitb Bros.,
Ritzville, 1st by a length; Chileno,
owned by D. Carlson of Spokane,
2nd. Tbe Seagram cup, valued al
$400, becomes thc property of (ial-
braith Bros,, who won the same
event last year with Dancing Kid.
Time 1:21.
Half mile, heata, purse $200—
Scorcher, owned by Chas. McClces,
of Portland, 1st; Yellow Girl, owned
by A. Broughton of Spokane, 2nd.
Time, 53 seconds.
I.cn Miller and J. R. l'avilla, who
were prominently connected with
tbe street carnival, left for Spokane
yesterday morning rather hurriedly
and a few days earlier than tbey had
led people to believe they were go-
i Ig. Thc cause of their haste has
n it yet been -. s ertained by Tin-: Srx,
but it will doubtless materialize in a
i'ew da vs.
It is reported today that a prnmi
Kent merchant has resigned from the
directorate of tbe Grand Forks Driving Park and Athletic association as
a protest against thc manner in which
the laces were conducted last week.
If Orand Forksjs ever to have another race meet, il would be well for
the officers of the association to stipulate that the pool-selling privilege
does not carry with it the right to
run the horses to suit the bookies.
Mr. Harold Nelson will appear in
•'Heart and Sword" at the Winnipeg theatre early in September, says
thc Free Press. This is the romantic
comedy in which Mr. Walker Whiteside starred for two seasons. It is a
cleverly constructed play, and Mr,
C. 1'. Walker has given it a magnificent production scenery, costumes
and light effects being particularly
beautiful. The role of Prince Victor
is one ill which Mr. Nelson is sure
to score a hit, as it is just suited to
him.    Mr. Nelson is now  playing a
preliminary season, having opened
at Owen Sound, Ont, on Thursday
evening of this week to a capacity
audience. His second regular season under Mr. Walker's management will begin on August 22, when
Hr. Nelson will open the new Ihea-
tre at Fort William. On his western
tour, which includes all the principal cities between Winnipeg and
Kamloops, Mr. Nelson will present
"Heart and Sword'' exclusively, reserving his other play and production for the return trip. Clifford
Lane Bruce, who made such an excellent impression as leading man
with Mr. Nelson last season, has
been retained; also Miss Helcne
Scott, William Blake and William
Garette. The new members are
capable and add much tothe strength
of the company.
MiiraaiK
Phoenix    Branch   Mix - Up
Probably Caused by*
Hobos.
Engine and 23 Ore Cars Piled
Up In Fantastic Con-
fusior.
Tbe   wreck   of   last week ou the
i'bocnix liiaiiebol'tbcC.I'.R. afforded   tin-   kodakers a choice subject.
Near Denoro Citv a ,-ailway engine,
2.", ore cars and over OHO tons of nre
ni iv piled Dpin fantastic confusion.
It -appears t lint the train   was  cuni-
iiigilown the long grade just beyond
Denoro City with ust ing o'24 laden
ore   cars,  when for sonu- reason I In-
air n fused lo work   when   apple',
with the result that there was a iu -
away.   Thc crew realized  they bad
a lost   cause   when  neither air in r
baud brakes could be made effeclivi,
and   having   reversed   the    engine
(here remained nothing to do In t to
seek personal safety.    Tbis they did
by dropping off*the train.  Down the
grade and around tbe curves ruslud
the long, heavy train for a couple of
miles or so, when it decided to leave
the   rails.   The result w-- ruin, a-
mav be imagined.   Tbe entire train,
w tb the exc -ption of two cars, was a
Complete wreck.    Tbe crew  escaped
with minor injuries,     five wituc-sis
assert that ihe train   must have  attained a speed of  from  til)   lo   10(1
miles  au hour before  becoming derailed.
A number of railroad men an- of
the opinion that when the wreck is
cleared away tho remains of two men
will be found. It is said that two
men were noticed by passersby stealing a ride on the train after it left
Hartford Junction. It would have
been a simple thing for one of these
men to have kicked (be angle cock
tbat shuts olf tho air after thc train
started from Williams spur, without,
knowing tbe damage be had done.
If tbis is actually what caused the
wreck and the loss of some 850,000
iu rolling stoek to the C.P.R. will
not be known until*.the wreck isfully
cleared away.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
tho City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
Geo. Henderson, employed at the
(Iranby smelter, returned today from
u three weeks' visit with relatives
near Boise, Ida. .Mr. Henderson,
who was in ill health when he left
here, returned homo greatly improved.
A. B. W. Hodges, general superintendent of the Granby company, is
in Rossland on milling businces.
Position- Wantkii—Man of thirty,
with energy and executive ability.
Have had seven years experience at
head of general insurance i.gency in
cast. Desire position in any line of
business with promising future.
Have good general knowledge of all
Hues of business. Personal interview if desired. Address tl. M.
Sewai.i., Red Deer, Alta.
Geo. A. MacLeod will leave tomorrow on an extended eastern trip. —ma—a— inimtrr-
51V Bunting Bun
PUBLISHED EVKBV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
RVENINI1S AT 011AND FORKS, ll.C, BV
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES:
One year. ,..$8.00 I Three months. .00
Six mouths ..  1:00 I Due mouth 20
Ailri-rtisiiii.i rates furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 undo Cts, per line.
Address nil communications to
Tin; KvYinini! Sun,
Phone 55. oiiaxd forks, b. c.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1304
SUNSET  SUANTERINGS
Almost the sole topic of conversation on our streets and   in   public
places during the pnst two days has
been the lamentable—lamentable because the good name of the city is
at   stake—muddle   in    which   the
finance committee  of the carnival
directors found   themselves   at  thi
end of thc celebration.   At present
there     are    charges   and   counter
charges being made.    The secretary
of the committee states that the liabilities exceed the receipts by about
81200.    This statement  is doubted
by   a  number  of   people, even by
some who were connected with  the
enterprise.   These people make the
assertion that there was a sufficient
amount of money taken in to meet all
obligations and leave a snug profit
besides.      As  to   which   of   those
statements is correct, The Sun is not
at present prepared to say; but when
thc true facts are made known there
will be no hesitation on the  part of
this paper to Diiblish the facts.   In
the meantime, however, the fact remains that there is an army of unpaid actors,  entertainers,   theatrical
managers, newspaper men  and mechanics who are spreading the news
broadcast that they  have been  victimized.   The   concensus   of   local
opinion appears to Be that the good
name of Ihe city has received a stain
which it will take years to wipe out.
In justice to two or three of the  directors, it may be stated they claim
their  views   on   financial   matters
were never consulted.
J. W. Oriniston has just returned
from an extended prospecting trip
through northern British Columbia.
Mr. Oriniston, who is an old Cape
Briton coal miner, bas worked in and
inspected all the great coal mines in
the United States and Canada, may
aptly be bescribed as having been
brought up in a coal mine. It is
Stated that his trip was made with
the primary object of searching for
cial lands, and that after several
months' prospecting be succeeded
in locating an eight-foot seam of soft
cokeing coal, extending without a
break for a distance of six miles.
This eoal, says Mr. Oriniston, is of
an equally high grade as a coklrg
coal as that produced by the Funic
mines, and is so located that tbe cost.
of mining will be about one-third
less than that produced in the
Crow's Nest. A syndicate has already been formed to send Mr. Oriniston back at once to locate a
group of these coal claims upon his
discovery. Among those composing
thc syndicate arc Thomas Foulston,
John P. Loftus, Frank Loftus, and
James Thompson, Mr. Ormiston's
partner. As to their right to obtain
licenses in tho territory above referred to, it is claimed that this
ground is virgin soil, not even the
C.P.R. havihg any claim upon it,
and evidently the members of the
late government wijre unaware of its
existence, therefore there is no possibility of a contingency arising
whereby the issue of thc coal milling
licenses for tbis ground will be delayed.    Several   applications have
already been made to Mr. Oriniston to locate claims for them in this
group.
J. D. Spence, barrister, is
tbe North Fork country for
outing.
up m
i  brief
Dr. C. M. Kingston returned home
yesterday from Vancouver, where he
has been attending the annual meeting of the Canadian Medical association. He reports that Dr. K. C.
MacDonald has undergone a successful operation for appendicitis, nnd
is now rapidly recovering.
Coming Events
Nelson Fair, September 28th and
29th.
Spokane Interstate Fair, October
3 to !).
Provincial Exhibition! Vitooria,
September 27th to October 1st.
TO CURE FEVER CHILLS
And such complaints as "Shivers"
and ague we recommend Nerviline
very highly, Twenty drops of Nerviline taken in hot water with a little
sugar three times daily not only stops
the chills, but knocks out the disease
completely. Nerviline has a direct action on fe/er oh lis'and removes the
conditi' ns c using tbem. In stomach
and bowel ti-oiniles Nerviline never
fails. It's pleasant to taste, quick to
relieve and always cures permanently.
Get a 25c. bottle today. H. E. Woodland, druggist.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government ofiicout
Grand Forks, li. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from August
18th to 24th inclusive:
'•KIITIICATKSOl.' WORK.
Amazon, Brown's camp, Joseph
Pringle.
Derby, Brown's camp, Joseph
Prin pie.
Blue Jay, McC'onnell Creek, Natalie Longhead.
W. Y. 0. D., Pass creek, Wm. K.
George.
Lone Star, Pathfinderoamp, Shaw
etal.: two years.
Black Eye, Brown's camp, Kelly
et al.
E. F, W., Wellington camp, Nor-
they ct al.
RECORD OF LOCATIONS.
Chicago Fraction, Hardy mountain, T. H. Rea.
Oversight, Franklin camp, Geo. A.
McLeod.
Thorvald, Franklin cam]), Louis
Hansen.
V. A. Fraction, Wellington camp,
A. L. Rogers.
1)11,1. OF SALE.
C. P. R. (i), Weleher camp. N. 1).
Mcintosh tu Thomas Wiseman.
The grent Slmplon tunnel -jntler tha
Alps from the vulley of the Rhone Into
Italy Is about half finished, and it la
now believed that It will he ready for
traffic within two nnd a half yeara. Ita
cost will be fl',000.000, and this enor-
moua expense haa been Incurred to
shorten the road between "Paris and
Milan only 60 miles or.d to aave grades
of fifteen hundred feel. The length of
the completed tunael will exceed twelve
mflea.
An editorial writer with a taate for
statistics haB given to this waiting
world a statement In which women
may feel some Interest. He declares
that he recently stood In a crowded
thoroughfare of a Itn-Re city and listened to "scraps of conversation" of
fifty women who passed him. Of these
fifty women, four were talking about
cooking and recipes; seven, about babies; twelve were discussing men and
love affairs; and from the lips of
twenty-seven rippled remarks about
clothes.
About Cat's
Thc following was tip. reply to n iiues-
* at n recent Hoard School ex-
non oa Cat
ainlatirioii!
"Tiie hniifto ont i* n inir-leggpil nund-
nipi'il. (li,, loirs as iisluil being nt the lnin-
corners. Ir is wlmt is sometimes called
a liiin animal, though it feed;.- mi mice
nnd biiily of prey. IU col, <u-s are
strip"', tortliaiiell ami black, a. -i black
anil xliile nnd others. Cars ,.,.,i mow,
which yon 'hove nil herd. When you
stroke this tnme mindruped by drnwring
your hand along its hack, it cocks up its
tail like a ruler, so aa you can gel no
further. Never stroke the nnivs, la-roat,
as it mokes all cats scrat like nied. Ita
toil I* nlinul two foot long, and its legs
about one each. Don't teezc cau, for.
firstly, it is ,1-rong so to do, nnd, 2nd,
cats have ..uisea which is longer Ihin
people think. Cots have 11 Hveses, bill
which is seldom required in this country
cause of (lii-istinuily. .Men oats are at
las called Tom, nnd girl oats Pus* or
Siss; hut little cuts ia called kitlcas.
which is n wrong name which ougaler lip
changed. This tame quadruped i- -' -'"■
in Ihe dark, m juts stand no chants,
much less mice;"
A Curse, Not a Blessing.
There Is something in the saying of a
medical journal that if a certain treat
meat for cons-jaiption hni! turned mil ti
ho the nmgie cure tlmt was anticipated
it would have proved a curse to the men.
Tlm explanation is that thc causes of the
-lisease nil. k'-own nml preventable, nml
that lo dodge Ihe ;,e»ialty and perinii
the cau-i's still lo operate would he te
do a degrading thing, one certain to re
salt in the- deterioration of character
The moral way to ah, lis!) infectious dis
eases is to remove di.-.ease-bi-ceding conditions, and that is also generally the
*j speediest and safest method.
For Sale—A good pony, 1-1.1 in
height; bas been constantly ridden
and driven; no better saddle pony;
gentle and gallops fast; eligible for
pony races.    Apply at this office.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To the  Bnnr-1 of LicetiRlujr Commissi onera
In antl fyr tho City of Gnuicl Porks..
NOTICE In hereby (riven that the Under'
siirin'il -«ill, nt the next meeting of the
Htmnt i>f l.ii'i'iiMTi'i (■-•iniiiis'.imi-M's for the
City of Grnnrl Forks, apply for a t.-nnsfer
of the II utf-l l.iri'tisf* -rnmti'il inrespertof
the "Winn I pen," Wintifpflif avenue. Grant!
Porhs, from  rue to Km!) Larsen-
Dati'ilut Mratifl Porlis. H.C., this Kth day of
Anmisl. Iini-I.
NORMAN JACKSON.
WM. F. NEWTON
A FRESH STOCK 01-'
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely littcd up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
vOR   SALE
FHE HILEEST AiND SUREST RELIEF
For constipated bowels and piles is
lh: Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and
Butternut, which cause no griping pain
and act promptly. Well known to all
doctors; UseonlyDr. Hamilton's Pills-
Price 25o. II. E, Woodland, drug-
U'ist.
iVd nucie fei'ri9 wcr* engaged in at.
an.mnt«l discussion aa to bhe merit* of
th*ir Tcupective homes. "Well, anyway,"
said on© little maiden in a triumphant
tone, "you may Imve more bedroom*
than we hnve, but we hnve more crcnm
then you do. We have enough for our
cereal every single morning." "Pooh!"
said the other, "that's nothing. We own
a Jersey cow, and we g(*t a Whole cowfuJ
of cream twice every day."
At a dinner in Boston the other evening the gut-fits insisted upon George Adl
of "slang fable" fame making a speech
Finally, in sheer desperation, after ail
the others present hud sun^ songs oi
told stories, lie rose and said: "I will
tell you of an excellent trick in pitrlnl
miigic. You tnkc ft tumbler nnd fill it
two-thirds full of filtered water. Ther
you Insert in the water a lump of sug.u
and a spoon, and you ln-j-jn to stir. In
a few minutes the sugar will become invisible."
A medley of young literary men war*
once gnthered to meet Hohent Browning
The most aggressively literary of tlu
group was first Introduced, and at nnec
began to pour out his personal dcli'-tlil
and admiration with so unceasing a linn
that the obher introductions were beiny
held in abeyance, and the other litnan
young men starved. Browning endured
it with great good humor for wmo time
At last he put 'his hand almost all'ection
ately on the egotist's shoulder and said:
"But I am monopolizing you."
GOOD DRY
WOOD
Delivered to any OA rfl C. O.  D.
OTiOU  per  Cord.
part of the city
"You're
Simp.
next" at Ihe Yale Barber
Jf you have a few friends to spend
an evening at your home, do not forget to leave an order for some Hazel-
wood ice cream at Donaldson's.
Phone 64.
The very hest smokers in town at
Donaldson's, Large range from which
to choose.    Get nut- prices by the box
Webbs' chocolates galore at Donaldson's, in bulk and in   fancy boxes.
Nicely   furnished   rooms,   with  or
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
mm
'I'd write a b'ioiI IiHikI.
To Iterp InmltN.
To type-nrttfl,
To write Mt nrtlituiil.
Volt can Ihen uhviiys m-dire a -rood position,
The hest [-liii'i- lh lit
THE BLAIR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Oataloxiie free, SPOKANJS, WASH.
Auction  Sale
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
UNDKK AND BY VIRTUE OP THE POWERS
of Sale contained hi two eertain Mort-
caKRN, which will be produced nt time of
■tale, there will he oflert d for «ale by
PUBLIC AUCTION
at the Court HoUBe, Oraml Forki, at the
hour of 111(81) in tliN fureuooll- on
SATURDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER,1904
tin followliiE ili.il.ii.lil.. residence property
I i Grand h'orka, llttmelyl .,,,.. .,,
=Poroi I :i-ln tho Von Nan AilillMoil: All
t ut imit of Lot Eluliteeti, Bl.irU Nine. Plan
Twenty-two, not conveyed to the v., v.4k.
Kiilhwiy for rlirntof way, ..     .
Parcel -l-On Pint Streetl Lot Number
Throe, In Block Eighteen. Plan Fifty-two.
I oth these proiwtlM »re conveniently
.Hunted, On ounh i» .aid to be a Well-built
"ii'l t'oininndlotiiidwelHiuc holme.
'J he imrcHs will lie Hold veoarately.
l--oi- teiniH Hli.l eon litlon. apply tp       _
liidi-n Block,Gran? l-ork.,
Solicitor* Tor Mortgagee,.
Pated AllgUit29tb,*l*04.
Henri in your orrlei-rt
in advance, us we lire
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by J. W. Jones.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
W     JONN PETERSON, PROP.
PlNESt BRANDS OF .   .  .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIDARS
NKAli 0. P. tt, STATION,
Grand   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and sur-
roUsding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
■ Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Hoses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man. .
Pay weekly. Handsonieout-
fit free. Write for particulars atid'send 26 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thin1- to use in exatrtlhg trees
and plants for insects.
STONE & WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nuiisbiiies,
(Over H00 Acres)
TORONTO,    -     -    -    ONTAHJO
NELSON FAIR^>
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September 28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS
FINE GROUNDS
BIG PREMIUM LIST
NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WRITE for ritizrc list.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B. C.
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Located Hotel
in the City. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Bar Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS HOARD.
COMMODIOUS,  WKLL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALU  KINDS OF
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
.«*.
^
THE
COZIEST
N
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
\f
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
TN THE
CITY.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
Proprietor,
m
THE       f
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
FANS
IN EVERY
CORNER
H ifi
DailjT Arrivals
Sf GROCERIES
By buying in moderate quantities
nnd making quick sales our stock
is always kept fresh.   Our Prices, too, are ALL RIGHT.
■p'OTTT'T*' TAT?**» The time put up your winter's sup
**■'*'±J-  J-n-AXO p|y 0f jeni8 I,ns",i.o,v arrived.   We
carry a large stork of jars.    All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES
AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS. Ourstock
in these lines is complete.   It willl pay you to inspect our goods
before buying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C, P. R, Station.
R. C. MCCTOEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue,
Opposite J. W. Jones' Furniture Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating and Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler anti Opt'olon,
UKANP   KOHK, H, C.
Dr FOLLICK
DENTIST
Griiflurtte of PhilfH.B.plria Dental
College.
Phone :
Office over Hunter-
Kendrick Co. 'aStore.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN
And got measured for a swell
5pring Suit
Wo have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
.MHI-'HAVI  TA.I.ilH,
OHANH FORKS, II. C
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia,
Officii in Megaw I'lock.
Phone I.'in.        Grand Porks, R. C.
Pacific Hotel
J.'.McINTOSH
Opposite O.P. K. Station,
Columbia II.C
Foo Lee
ALUNDRY
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
NHJKTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND  IRONED BY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
WHY GO EAST
Over the nun-buriied, sage brush
anil alkali plains, when you may
just as well take a delightful-, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "S-enie Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line passing thioug'i Salt Lake City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs nnd Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express tniins innki;.
close connections with all trains ens!
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. Tbe equipment of these trains is the best, in-
eluding free reclining chair ears..
standard nnd tourist sleepers, a perfect dining ear service, und also
personally conducted excursion cojs,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of bis guests. Xo more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address .1.
D. Mansfield, Gen. Agt., Rio Grande
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago;
.Milwaukee it St.Paul Kailwuy,known
all over the Union »s the great rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited'
trains every day and night befcweonSt.
Pant and Chicago, and Omaha and
ChoagO, ''The (inly perfect trains in
the world." Understand: Connections are mad*, with All Tramcont
nental Lines, assuring to passe!) jors
the hest service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heal, of
a verity equaled hy 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
B. L. Fohd, JI.S. Koivk,
Trav. Pass, Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, \Vanh.     Portland, Ore.
CHUIK'II DIIiaCTOttY.
KNOX   PKKSHYTKKIAN   CHURCH, Graml
Kurlis ,(. It. IIiil.-'i'iM.ri, H.A., pimtfir.
Sorvlceti every Similiij' at 11 a.m. urn 7;H(i |t.
in.: Nunilii.v -..'linui iukI Hililf cluss, H 11. in.:
VWMrriiri-iti'r (Jul)-] uf C. R,, TiumIii.v, H
p.id.
Kri-sTMHTiiomsTchuk. m (Wm-i Mulu
and Pittli nt*. J. F. Rett*-pagtpr. Servictfi
every Sunday at II ti.it), ami    7.30 ■•.in.:
clltsS im-cUlli*- III rlflM* of   NliH-lliliU   Hi'i'vico;
Suiiday hcIioo! and Hi bin elastiat 3 -i. in.;
prayer meeting every InOMuay L'veiiinu:
at 8 o'clock. Tlie-iubUn In cordially Invited.
HOLY TKrNITYCHUKCHfOliuroli Ot Hug-
land), Grand KorltH, Henry Steele, vicar-
lluly Coiiiniiiiiimi, " n. tn.; moriifriir prayer
and Herman, Il a. m.; Suiiduy s**h-n*l, 3 •>. in.;
evensong ftiia lei-roan- ii'Hi i>. m.  All are
cordially invited.
SHORT STORIES
An nmuatng story is told of Pliil Mny,
the'late famous cartoonist of the London "Punch," and an ICiifjIish conjurer nt
a fair at Stratford-on-Avon. Phil was
watching the very clever gcntlomnn who
waa wrapping up snvt-ipitfns nnd half-
crowns in pieces of paper and selling
them for two flhillinga. The "shnrp" h id
a beautiful face—such u fnce ay Phil
May loved to draw. So he sketched him
furtively, But the tfentlnnan snw him,
and mnde a speech forthwith. "If that
Uiere lelebrited portrit painter with the
fight breeches on will 'and up the picter,
the equally celebrited benefactor to 'oo-
manity wot Is givin' nwny quids for coppers will reward 'im accordingly!" he
shouted. Phil, witli a twinkle in his eye,
handed up tbe drawing. The conjurer
was delighted with the sketch and pinned
it to the tail-bourd of his cart. With
another preliminary upeecli he threw
three sovereign*!, three half-sovereigns
and several half-crowns into n piece of
paper, screwed it up and handed it to
the artist. "You'll be president of the
bloomin' R'yal Academy .some dye, young
man," said he. "Here, catch I" "A bargain's a bargain," a.iid Phil, wnlking off
with the packet of gold -ind &Hver. which
when opened proved to contain two pen-
nies nnd a half-penny; hut Phil s;ud
that It was the most entertaining twin1,
mission he had ever heen paid for.
The other any, nn u-ir.^ss ■ywm'iT tj
copy of "Irish Melt-die-i" at a sta-iind-
li-nnd London book stern for a shilling!
The bookseller was surprised, a few moments Inter, when the excited purchaser
returned and, shaking hie fist at him.
cried: "I could kill ye for selling these
immortal gems so elie.ipl"
"I have one wish 1 fear will never bo
fulfilled," said Senator Hanna ns he sat
in the Senate restaurant nt Washington
one day last session nnd ate a very simple luncheon. "What i*- it?" asked Senator Kean of New Jersey. "I should like
to eat everything and then have the
work of digestion devolve on some Domo-
ornrt"
At the Hamilton Club Innquet in Chicago recently Speaker C.irinon add' "1
never wrote a speech in my life, nml
never but once usul one that another
man had written. I (••ivy thc man why
■■an sit down in cold blond nnd aehiev*!
.i thought, then dre-*n il—put clolhiH o-i
It, pants, coat, vest, sho.-*) nnd cull':
and turn it out |n [)jli attire, an Mrer :•
sprouted from the ' !' -
Balvatore Cortcsl, :n a very readabli
article in the "World's Work'' on Klmi
Victor Emmanael of Italy, snys that after the assassination of his father, Queen
Margherita was very anxious that King
Humbert should be buried at the Superga
at Turin, where all the rest of the House
of Savoy lie, with the exception of the
great Victor Emmanuel. Moreover, btw
Majesty did not wish to wound the sua
ceptibilities of the pop.vl party by o
state funeral in Rome. King Victor, pale
and tired, entered hhe room where the
Queen was, exclaiming: "Well, that is
arranged—my father will have a fitting
burial in the Pantheon." "Victor," cried
his mother, "I see you want to bre«k
my heart. You offend my religion aa
well as my affections," "I am sorry,
mother," he said gently, and then added
sternly; "the religion which Is offended
at a martyr being buried in his own
capital and lying beside his own fathc
needs radical changes."
A story is told of Labouchere at the
very beginning of his editorial career. A
friend came in one d.iy, and, seeing a
quantity of books around, which had
been sent in for review, offered to bet
Labouchere that there wns one book he
had not got in the office. Labouchere en-
quired the name o; the book, and his
friend promptly answered, "A Bible."
With a laugh, Latiuuehere offered to
bet ten pounds that he had even thnt
book. Turning the conversation in another direction, he furti.ely sent n note
out into the cierk's ollice, telling the
boy to go downstairs and ask the booksellers underneath for the loan of a
Bible.   Presently he returned to the gjb-
J'eet of the bet, and, culling his assistant
ii, asked him whet) er lie hnd a Bible
In the office. The clerk produced tho
book, which Labouchere handed over to
his friend, giving himself sway, however, as he did so by saying sotto voce to
the clerk: "I hope to goodness you didn't
forget to cut the leaves!" Of course the
English Bible does not require its leaves
to be cut.
U
NIONHOTEUN DMUSICHALL
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
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
l\I fi  OTHINin II  woul(l  be advisable to call and see
"^  VL-V/I 1 linvj  w|mtwo are doingi    No trouble j,,
show goods.    For Quality, Fit and Price in  Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better.    I also have an agency for one of the best Eastern
'Houses, and if there  is any
way of getting fit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, I
can get it for you, as I thoroughly  understand taking measurement
f~w D/"i C """l    A   O  CIP BHIDOE STHEET,
UCU.  C. I lAO^Itl, Grand   Forks.
SUITS FROM $15 UP
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just 'arrived, Call and inspect them.
Also a stock of Blankets, Quilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
nt greatly reduced price*-, See our display of Pictures
for Christmas. /
Riverside Avenue
Grand Porks
S3
T9\
82
Commercial  §5
Printing
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CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
KolIIT.
PKI*R Mltifn-ni 'lulll , situate In fli* 'irand
l-'orU  Mini,,.-   I Ivisi ,   Vllle Dl.lriot.
Where luente'i  In Hiirni Hni.li.
takk xoTieif tlmt 1 K, ti, 1.
> t,f 11—li,,,.1.11.1 ..,,.,.,„ f,
rrawfnril, free Hliiei.'irorill'i,nteNo. uwiW
-,-h,I Unie, free Miner'- I'orllllunto X,i
U74W, Olldjolin Shew, n- Miner's ' nl-llfi
NIIS7, li,i,.,„l, >lMr lion frnm I
linl.
■ lute here,,*, t....
foi' u Certillento
l„i ri  nf ,,I,mil,11
uliuvj flulnl,
And ftirtlier tftUn
■*e,.,iini  «7, must   I
ItitiatioeofKiicliOo,
nut,-1 lil, rwe'f '
K-.N\
ity
,1   hn
' MlllllIK Keeordet
r, v,-|,i.nt-, fin-  tin,
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IHIIMiT. I'.I.S
GUAM)  FOHKS FJ'UKUAr,  i.A-
hot-   Union   No.   L'-'ll, A.I.C-
Afeets    every    Wednesiliiv    evening
at N o'clock in   Federal   I'nion   hull.
Das Kbi.i.v, Pre«.
•IAS.  A. HaIIUIS. Sit.
W. H. 1'. CI,K*|K*T
Hnrrl»ter», KollcllorH.
Nolnrlor.. HI--
Biden llluek, Corner IVIuiii|ii-K Aveu,
First *lt, I.
aAt
I
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8
ORANU POHKs, II. <■■
RIDER AGENTS WANTED
In each Uiwn lo take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Belllse," Complete $8.75
" CoSSack," Gramme, d HlL'li Qrade $10.75
"Siberian," AJieauty $12.75
"Heudorf," hoad Itacer $14.75
no better bicycle at any prico.
Any other niukc or model •/ou Kant at one-third
usual price. Choice ot any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles.  Strongest guarantee.
Wo SNIP OH APPROVAL C. O. I), to am- one
without a cent ikjtostt and allow IO DAYS F!iEE
TRIAL beforo purchoso le binding,
500 Second Hand Wheels *•) .  (o
Inketi In Iriidii by our Chlcuo retail slur, s, UU W UOf
ell makes and models, good u now ~ ~
MHflT HIIV i !ltol0 "nl" mil hsve wrllen lone  ■
nlll   DUI   MClURrPKICES AND FHEt I'IOl 01 Ft, .
equlDmenl, sundries and snorting irnods of all kinds, nt hnir h-.-nlnr nrlee.
—rDigIreeiundncstsleg. (.'oiimlns» world,i( uselul liilonnolloii. V, rite fttrlu
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III. "LIKE THE OLD FRUIT FAIRS,"
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
Spokane Interstate Fair
Spokane, October 3 to 9
WITH LARGE DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
$2000 OFFERED FOR FRUIT AND FRUIT EXHIBITS.
MORE THAN  $;IO,000 IN PREMIUMS AND PRIZES.
FIVE OR MORE EXCITING RACES EACH DAY.    812,000 IN
PURSES.
DOWN TOWN CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT.
FIFTH REGIMENT BRITISH ARTJLLDRY BAND.
FREE HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS DAILY.
- FINE MINERAL DISPLAY, DOG SHOW.ART EXHIBIT, Etc
REMEMBER—LOW RATES AND SPECIAL EXCURSIONS ON
ALL RAILROADS.
Concession Privileges for Sale.
Write for Premium List and Race Program.
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPM
The following tnble gives the ore shipments of Boundary m
1903, 190-4. and for the past week:
1000
64,683
297
5,846
vl
/■
IW.K.C.MANLY
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings -
I he hrst consignment ot a «-,        , j c L.
largeandup-tc-datostookof DOOtS aWLl SllOeS \
1 Just Received. I
/ PHONE 6 BRIDGE STREET \
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
Developing
and
Printing
H, E, WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST,
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
tm.
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE 64.
Rest Ice in the eity. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   ].   MILLER
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   STIil'.E'l'. I'.lt'SII   PORKS
A Complete Lino of Furniture, fjardwure nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in St-jek and Sold Bed-Book Prices. Largest Variety "I
(iucills ill (lie City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Uuuglii nml Snid.   Call and Inspect My QooiIb.   A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY, SEE MAC FOR DNRGAINS
FLOUR o
IN /NY
UANTITY
day, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
(Irnnliy Mines,Plioenix	
Snowshoe, Phoenix .'	
Mother Lode. Deadwood.,,	
Sunset, Deadwood 	
Morrison, Dcndwood	
B. C, Mine Summit  19,494
Eiiunii, Summit	
Senator, Summit Camp   ■ 	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp.,.,      	
Rrcy Funic, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Camp :	
Mountain Ruse	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington     2,250
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine. Central '	
Citv of Paris, Central     2,000
Jewel, Long Lake        1(50
Providence, Pjovidprice	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous     3,380
Total,  tons  99,730
■Irani*)- Smelter treated.  62,387
1001.
231,7(12
1,721
-99,084
804
150
47,405
650
1002.
30(1,858
20,800
141,828
7,455
14,811
8,530
ENTS
nes for  1900, 1901,
1003        100i   Post
393,181    347,060
74,212
138,079   115,690
15,731
3,339
19,305
22,937     31,197
1903,
Week
8,550
3,158
1,040
550
005
350
5,861
785
625
482
2,175
219
363
15,537
1,756
14,498
222
354
66
1,098
"ibo
88
2,435
5',646
2,968
993 476
400 305
167 220
325
390,00(1   507,515
230,828   312,3-10
684,426   528,418      12,939
401,921    386,348      10,500
BRONCHITIC ASTHMA A HEAVY BURDEN
Asthma is bad enough, but when
bronchial symptoms are added the poor
Buftei'er has almost an intolerable existence. An absolute specific is found
in fragrant, healingCatarrhzone,whii h
cures chronic cases that other remedies won't even relieve. '"For years,"
writes Capt. .Min-Donald of Montreal,
"t batlli-il w.tb the agonies of bron-
(•! ial asthma. Often] couldn't sleep
for weeks nt a time. I .spent thousands on t octors and medicines without
relief, but one dollar's worth of Ca-
bsrr'.KZon'i ctrol me. Catarrhozone
-au'l fail: it sgtlttranteed. Twomonths'
treatment 81.00; trial size 25c. 11. K.
Woodland, druggist.
Mining Stock Quotations
■Ued.
•t
American Roy	
Hen Hur .'	
Black'Tail  3
Canadian Gold Fields 4"
C,iribni|;.McK.)ex-div. IA
Centre Star  2o~
Denoro .Mines  1*2
221
20
Fisher Maiden  3
Giant!  2
liranliy Consolidated.$4.25      S3,
.Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion,,..,..
North Star'K, K.)..
Payne	
fyiilp	
I'lunlili r-Cariboo  22.1
,-i.inl'oil  2|
Sullivan  oi-
Tom Thumb  2"
War Eagle Con  11
Waterloo (assess, pd). Ii
White Rem '., 41
(fa THE   TORONTO (fa
gDAILYNEWSSj
PR AMI THE JSj
B fi
03 GRAND FORKS SUN ffi
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Uj -KOB   ONLY.. fjS
foa.-—- -J
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15
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WHY FRA1NWRKERS BLEAK
.Mum is not a machine tliat keeps
^ohuj as long us the steam w supplied. He is a ereutmoof bloud-Jnervea
and delicately balanced organism,
Many don't realize tin's, hut overwork
their brains and break down. Drain
workers need a sti'orig, bracing toniti
I ke Feftozone to fortify the r nerves
and keep the blood pure and rich.
Take Ferrozone and you'll do more
work. Vou wdl have the Btrength, the
ambition and the desire tp work be
cauBd your system will he in first-class
order. For your health and strength-
take Ferrozone regQlurly. Prine 60c.
II. E, Woodland, druggist,
The question! What will we have
for dosnert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson and get some Hazelwood
ice oream.   Phone 64.
Baths -") cents at the Yale Barber
Shop.
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle and get it repaired and put in
shaj.e for the wheeling season. Geo,
On apple, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
B
8
n
A radical change from old methods and ]iriees has been made by
the Toronto Daily News. The eyes
of the newspvper world have
been upon The News for thc past few
months, during which time several
departures have been mnde which
have given that,paper a widespread
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