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 XLhc
Sun.
fh*rd Year.-NoT^ktVi
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, September 16, J904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Southeast Kootenay Coal CB,
Coke Co. Re-Elect Old
Directors;
Ladies   of   the    Maccabees
Are Tendered an "At
Home."
A well attended meeting of the
claim owners of the Southeast Kootenay Coal & Coke conitmny was held
in the Federal Labor Union hall
Inst night for the purpose of electing
a new board of directors. All the
old directors, namely, Chas, Hay,
John .Mcintosh, Thus. Newby, John
Temple and (Ieo. Urlin, were reelected. It was also decided to send
J. I'. Lucas to the East Kootenay to
mnke nu examination uf the property and report.
reached terra lirnia on the opposite
hank, they managed, with n little
extra exertion, to get the load on dry
land also. Pridge building is Porter Bros.' business, and they soon had
the structure repaired.
Rev. F. A. Clare, minister at Cascade, will preach in Knox church
next Sunday, morning and evening.
Rev. Robertson goes to Cascade to
hold communion services.
A harvest festival service will he
held in Holy Trinity church on the
lirst Sunday in October.
Mrs. Fred Reid entertained the
n'.ndics of the Maccabees at an "at
home" Inst Tuesday night. A conundrum contest was the leading
feature of evening. Mrs. Jess
Fisher won the first prize, a beautiful hand painted picture, and
Mrs. Jud Sears carried off the booby
prize, consisting of a pin-cushion.
Here is n sn'.ppie conundrum: "Why
a spectator like a hive?" "Because
lie is a liee-huldcr." Cards, music
and other amusements were also indulged in, nnd everybody had a
royal time. A splendid luncheon wns
served. The guests voted the hostess
the best of entertainers, as is amply
attested by the fact I hut it was one
hour after midnight, before the
ladies departed for their respective
homes.
Dr. K. C. MacDonald, who recently, underwent a successful operation
i.i Vaneouv.br for appendioitilj is expected to return home next week.
The city bill poster is milking
preparations for an active theatrical
season by erecting a number of new
billboards in different parts of the
eity.
The water in the Kettle rivei is
now the lowest it has ever been.
There is scarcely sufficient moisture
for a mosquito to get a good drink.
The Bodega saloon was reopened
yesterday under the management of
R. A. Brohiirg, late of the Victoria.
Wm. Graham is slowly recovering
from a severe attack of fever.
Albert I. Goodell, formerly superintendent of the Boundary Fallo
smelter, is taking charge of the be
Roi Northport smelter.
W7B. Cochrane went up to Phoenix this week to visit his brother
Frank, who is reported to he seriously ill with typhoid fever.
Great Northern   Contractors
Are Making Satisfactory
Progress.
Expect lo Have Line Finished
to Phoenix Before Heavy
Snow Sets In.
It, is now expected that about a
week hence Porter Bros., who huve
the subcontract for bridges, trestles
and tracklaying on thesmolter spur
and Phoenix branch of the Great
Northern, will start the laying of the
rails on the spur to thc Granby
smelter. The steel itself, which lias
been arriving in this eity for
past two weeks, conies from the rolling mills of Groat Britain via Cape
Horn. A nuniher of shipments of
lies have also been received from
Marcus. When the spur is completed the smelter will lie able to receive ears of ore direct from Republic and Rosslnnd mines that have
connection with thc Great Northern
system, as well ns coke from Fast
Kootenay, in addition to the C.P.R.
connections.
The contractors generally on this
piece   of   work state that they not
dies of the city  are invited to call
and inspect her stock.
Wednesday, October 5, will he j
British Columbia day at the Spokane
interstate fair.  A special program [Preparing tdMake Ore Ship-
hns hecn arranged for this day.
Judge Leamy held county court
in (Ireenwood this week.
Mrs. Bert. Rea, who hns been dangerously ill for some time, is reported
to he improving slowly.
C. A. DesBrisay, Great Northern
right of way agent, was a guest at
the Yale yesterday.
Page lioyles, of Spokane, who had
the contract for the diamond drill
operations on the Volcanic mine last
winter, was in the city yesterday.
A letter received hy a friend in
this eity states that I.. V. Redman,
fbrmerly a teacher in the Grand
Forks public school, but who has
been attending the Toronto collegi
for about a year, passed the recent
examinations with high honors in
every subject. Besides winning four
scholarships, he was awarded thc
following cash prizes: For general
profloienoy—Fifth in Edward Blake,
8148; second in science and mathematics, S148; third in pure science,
81IJ8; High Hat scholarship for Pre-
tulia, 850; total amount of prizes,
8484. He also stood first in chemistry and third in botany and zoology.
W. A. Harkin, late editor of the
News-Gazette, left yesterday for the
east to negotiate a mining dci.l,
the details of whicli will be announced later. Mr. Harkin is one
of the nlilost writers in this section
of the province, and regret is expressed at his retiring'from the local
journalistic field. The Sun wishes
him success ill his new venture.
The Pacific hotel, under the management of C. V. Sloggy, continues
to prosper. A new advertisement
for this house appears in this issue.
All who enjoy a high-class entertainment should not fail to hear
"Ksmerelda," adriiina in four acts
impersonated hy Miss Grace Bonner,
Monday, Sept. 19th, at the Methodist church. Miss Bonner, as a
special feature, gives a number in
ventriloquism.
Taylor & Fisher, the local contractors, who have thc subcontract for
the grading of the tracks in th-
smelter yard and for that portion of
the Great Northern Granby spur
between the smelter and the dam,
will complete their work in a day or
two.
Francis it Stone, proprietors of
the City Wood Yard, are preparing
for a cold winter by laying in a big
supply of wood of every conceivable
length and variety. Their yard is
located iu the West ward, while their
down-town office is at Rutheirford's
stable.
ments From the Rawhide.
Combination, North of Greenwood, Was Bonded
Tuesday.
quite us many men as
thev  could
A. F. Sheedy, local Great Northern station ngont, was tnken sick the
t'trnl of the week with a severe attack
of typhoid fever. Wednesday morning he was taken to Spokane for
medical treatment. His father mot
him at Marcus, nnd accompanied
him to the former eity.
Alex Miller, formerly of this city,
hut now a resident of Greenwood, received a telegram from San Francisco
Inst Monday stating thnl  his father
could use to advantage. More laborers are expected in at any time,
however.
Chief Engineer Kennedy expresses
himself ns pleased with the progress
being made, and both he and L. K.
Shields, of Seims, Shields A Co.,
the head contractors, still think that
the rails on the line wil! he laid lo
Phoenix before heavy snow sets in
this fall and winter. With the exception of some heavy pieces of
rock work, thc construction at this
end is in an advanced, as well as up
Fourth of July ereck for several
miles.
doing towards Phoenix, Johnson
A- Brandt, in Summit eamp, have
considerable heavy cutting, and so
have Pat Hughes lllld Burns A Jordan, the latter doing all the work for
several miles nt t ic Phoenix terminals. All of these contractor^
however, are pushing tilings as much
as possible, and every   week   sees  il
considerable piece of the grade completed. Thus far six or eight curs
of powder have been used on the
Phoenix end of tho work alone.
Ai the terminals in Phoenix ii is
expected that tho spur to the No. .'!
Granby tunnel ore bins will In- completed first, tin' first oiv to bo hauled
from the Granby mines over tl"'
Great Northern going out over this
truck.    No time is being lost in put-
0. B. Smith. Jr., mine superintendent of the Granby properties,
left Phoenix last week for a trip to
his old home in Springfield, Mas-.,
and will he married on the 21st inst.
to nn estimable young lady of that
city, returning to Phoenix about the
end of the mouth.
A. B. Hood, acting manager of the
Eastern Townships brink in Phoenix,loft recently on a vacation which
In' will spend in Sherbrooke, Que,
Itis understood that Mr. Hood was
united in marriage at Shorhrooke to
a cousin of Allan and 1). B. Morkill,
of Phoenix, on the 1-lth inst. The
couple expect to return to Phoenix
about the 1st of October.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, hills of sale, etc.,
ri-i-orded in tin- Government offlceat
Grand Forks, II. ('., of Ihe Grand
Forks iriihigg division, from September 8th to Kith inclusive:
had just died in that city.    Mr. Mil- ting through tho, triple sit of  tracks
ler loft for the Golden Gate city Tues- that will serve the No. I tunnel and
One of Porter Bros, teams came
very near getting a free bath in the
North Fork yesterday morning.
While hauling a heavily loaded
wagon across the Bridge street bridge,
two of thc planks broke under the
load,    but    as   the    horses   had
day morning, and expects to reach
there before interment tidies place.
Martin Burrell, Conservative candidate for member of thc Dominion
house for Yule-Cariboo, left for the
Okanagan last Tuesday, presumably on an electioneering tour.
(ieo. Massie, of this city has just
hecn elected a new member of the
Dominion Kennel association, which
held its annual session in Toronto
last week.
crusher.
SUNSET  SUANTERINGS
Fruit importations havo been very
heavy this week, ami tbe local inspector has been as busy as a bee
after a rainy spell.
Miss   M.   E.   WelJi'
millinery
opening will take place tomorrow,
•Sept. 17th, at the Ca-'- block, corner
Bridge and Second sin
mi, s ir.sAi.i:.
Ili'iiiiekiu 11). Franklin eamp,
A. Chisholm i" li. VV. Garrison.
(iustin (}), Wellington camp, F.
jl. tinstill to Joseph J. Bassett.
Danville (j). Wellington camp,
.Ios. .1. Bassett to F. M. (Iustin.
Di'inlwiiud (| ). Franklin eamp,
Gen. L. Wolf to Jas. II. Hodson.
Apex (j), Franklin camp, Geo, L.
Woll to Jas. II. Hodson.
IIKroltllol-' LOCATIONS.
Riii'kforil,    'lb   fork  of   Kettle
river, Frank X. Muns.
St. Paul Fraction, north fork of
Kettle river, Charles E. Hamilton.
Jim Hill Fraction, north fork of
Kittle river, Charles I''. Dlether.
'■KIITIIIWTKSOI'' WOIIK.
EiinisiniirV, Burnt Basin, Esdra-
das N. Ouinietle.
Alpha,  Wellington
The la- Cranstuwu,
The Montreal & Boston company
last week sent a gang of men to thc
Rawhide, adjoining the Snowshoe
mine, to get thnt property ready for
making shipments of ore. The Rawhide has never shipped n ton of ore,
hut has had considerable development done under the management
of the Dominion Copper company.
A lung tunnel wns run into thc hill,
and was connected with a shaft from
the surface, showing up large bodies
of excellent ore. It is the intention tout once erect ore hunkers
capable of holding IS or 20 cars of
ore at this property. Shipments
will be made to the Boundary Falls
smelter. Haifa dozen men arc al.
present employed iu the initiative
work, but the force will be increased
shortly.
ii-.   *   *
The Combination claim, just north
of (ireenwood, and adjacent to the
Elkhorii, wns bonded last Tuesday
through Gaunce it Wiolcwire to n
party of practical mining men. The
property will he incorporated and
thc slock will be largely held in
Spokane. High-grade ore was
shipped from this property in the
early days, hut it has bean idle for
years.
$    i|i    ii-.
The work of enlarging and rcliin-
bering.the incline shaft is proceeding steadily at the Brooklyn mine
under Foreman Callahan, and it is
expected to be completed by the end
of this month. The 80x30x00 pocket
at the 150-foot level is completed,
and there still remains about 120
feet of enlarging and retimbcring to
be done to reach tbe surface
Tenders have been asked for by
tin. Dominion Copper company for
tin- loading of the Brooklyn nml
Stemwinder dumps on railway ears,
this ore not being included in the
side lo Ihe Montreal & Boston, ll
is estimated that then' nn.- 10,000or
12.11110 tons of oro on these dumps,
As soon ns this wmk i- done the
Montreal & Boston will nl one ercol
tlio ore bins, for which tho lumber
has been ordered, and pari of which
is now on tin' ground.
A deal is ponding for tho Canadian
mineral claim, located in Greenwood
camp,    This properly is  owned  by
James Sutherland, ono of tho owners of the Elkhorn.
An Explanation
lb tin Editor»/' The Evening Sun.
For the benefit of those nol al-.
I'l'iidy aware of the fact, I desire lo
state, through your paper, that my
name was used without my permission in connection with the sale of
.tickets for Senator llaniilen's "benc-
■auip,  John Mil" Sunday, Sept. 18th,
II.   E. WoolU.AMi.
aim
■aM-ta
■i Millinery  Opening
*    SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
Tlit* largest ahH most carefully
selected stock of Full and Whiter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats,-Baby Bonnets, Etc.
lijver brought to Grand Forks will be ppened up fin* tlu; inspection of the
ladies uf tin-citv on the above date. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg, Correct styles. Moderate prices. Inspect.my goods before making
your fall purchases,  FASHION ABLE'DRESSMAKING in connection,
rJMSS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor. Bridge and Second Streets-
(HIij? Bunting §mt
PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY AMI 1'lllllAV
EVENIlioa A'rruiASn FORKS, B.O., HV
G. A. EVANS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One year....$2.00 I Three month.-,.  ,50
Six months., 1.00 \ Onemonth 20
Advertising rides furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 undo Cts. per line.
Address all r.nminuniculions lo
Tun Evening Sum,
Phone 55. okanu fohks, b. c.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 19(H
Numerous evidence*} tiro daily be*
ing brought to light tending to show
that within half iv dozen years Ihe
Kettle river valley will be one of thv
largest and host fruit producing sections in the province Apples,
plums, prunes, ohfirries und nil kinds
of berries hnve been grown here in
abundance for years. But as time
posses new varieties are being added
to tbis list. A few years ago it was
contended that the climate in this
valley was not suited for raising
peiiches. Mr. Burroll has just refuted this assertion by marketing a
number of boxes of that fruit, of ,\\\
exceptionally line quality, and all
grown on hi< ranch four miles below
the city. A couple of iluvs ago Mr,
1. A. Dinsmore brought to Tin: Srx
office a basket of grapes from his
vineyard in the West ward, Mr.
Dinsmore assured us that this was
Ihe first fruit of this variety that
had ever ripened in this valley; that
they were grown iu the open yard,
and not against the wall of the
house, where the full force of the,
&un could strike them. The grapes
were equal in size to the California
fruit, and ot A superior flavor. Here;
after the man who says that bananas and coconuts cannot be successfully cultivated in the Kettle
River valley will probably be met
wiih incredulity.
liul the telegram that be longed
for never eame.
SUNSET  SUANTERINGS
Ninety-eight pupils have been enrolled in tbe Phoenix publio school,
Kill-lies  Kerby, P.L.S.,   has  finished   survcysng   the Joe Trembly
ranch, this side of Hartford Junction.
John Bell had a leg broken last
week at tbe Emma mine, lie was
taken to tbe (Ireenwood hospital anil
attended to by Dr. Spankie.
John Sarslield, employed at the
Brooklyn mine had a ten-foot fall
from a stage in the mine last week,
sustaining some painful bruises, lie
is being cared for at the Phoenix
general hospital.
Thc Labor day picnic at Phoenix
wns a success from every standpoint,
and Willii.111 Hall, who  was unfor
tunate enough lo lose a leg ns the
result of mi accidenl in the Knob
Kill mine on Mnv "tli Inst, will receive about 810110 in cash "s n benefit.       .
George S. Waterloo, director ofthe
Snowshoe and Le Hoi companies,
sailed from England for New York
recently, lie will probably visit the
Spowshoe mine in com pany wilh tbe
manager, A. J. McMillan, while in
this province.
The opening services in tbe new
Methodist church at Phoenix took
place last Sunday morning, Rev. J.
II. White, superintendent of missions for the province, nml Rev.
Elibu Manuel, of this city, assisting
Rev. Perlev. Tho dedicatory exercises were held in the evening.
J. P. Shannon, who recently went
to the Cbileolin country i.i the upper
pint of the province to spy out thc
lend, has returned lo the Boundary.
He says there is plenty of good grnz
ing land in thnt section.
The prizes in the children's department in connection with the
Nelson fair are very good, und include twelve prizes for peninnusliip,
four prizes for -drawing; also prizes
for map in colors; two prizes of .*•">
and 83 for relief map of West Kootenay by pupils of high and public
schools; three prizes for collect ion
of postage stumps; two prizes foi
best bouquet of wild flowers; two
prizes for best three house plants
grown by girls under 15 years.
Piizes nre also offered for embroidery, crochet work, monog.'nnis, ilnrn
ing, best six button hole, and for
the best dressed doll to be done In
girls under 15 years.
IF YOU ARE LOSING WEIGHT
Your system is out of order and Fit-
iiiziiue is needed to start a rebuilding
process. Ferrozone makes new tissues,
formes wholesome blood; strengthens
the nerves and keeps your physical
condition up to the proper standard.
"T lost fifteen pounds through In
grippe," writes Cyril IjOhIi of Hartford, "but soon regained my forfner
weight and improved my health by using Ferrozone. It's the best rebuilder
and finest tonic I ever used." Use
Ken-ozone—it assureshealth. l'ri.ii'50c.
II. E. Woodland, druggist,
"Tho best is the cheapest," is an
old truism, and it is more so with
fruit than anything else. Tho best
will always be found ill Donaldson's.
"You're next" at the Palace Barber Shop.
Nicely  furnished   rooms,  with or
without hoard, at the Winnipeg hotel.
NOTICE
Al) persona nre hereby forbidden
to crosH tin1 Bchool grounds with
tennis, horses or rattle.
By order uf the School Boiml.
H.C. IlANlN'iTON,
Secretary.
8eo Donaldson's fruit before yon
buy. lie bundles the best fruit
niont*y will buy.
In liia "Outre Mer," Paul Bonrget de-
el-ived tlmt "life c«n never get entirely
dull to the American, because whenever
li'1 cmuiot strike any other way to put
in !;i9 time, he can always get away
wilh n few years trying to find out who
his grandfather whs." To which Murk
Twain repltedj "I rpckon the French-
num's f-oL hie little -t.nnl-by for a dull
1.me, too, because .vhen nil other inter*
e**U fail he can turn in and see if he
can't lind out who his father was."
A delightful literary lind must he credited to the authnriiy of a recent hook,
"Sidelights on Chniles T-nnib." Dining
one dny with a fric*ul nml being pressed
to take some rhuh.nl> jiie, Lamb declined
because it was phy-V. "That may be,"
said bis horn, "but" il \- pleasant and innocent." "So {-, j, ,1ihv," rejoined Lamb,
"hut I don't therefore like daisy pie."
"Daisy pie! Who ever heard of dnisv
pies?' said someone at, the table. "My
authority is Shakespeare," Lamb replied.
"He expressly mentions daisies pied."
The phrase occurs in Ihe song at the end
of "Love's Labor's Lost."
CALOMEL RUINS THE SYSFEM
And should onlv be used under o
doctor's order. For a mild physic take
Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and
Butternut. Nffgripe, no pain,, certain
relief for headache, constipation and
torpid liver- Use only Dr.Hamilton's
Pills. PHce256: II.' E. Woodland,
druggist.
Maths '25 cents at tiie Palace Barber
Shop.
For a nice Kair-cut O'r shave go to
the City Barber Shop nn Riverside
avenue,    Baths 20c.
For  Sale—South   African    War
Scrips.    Apply at tbis ofllce.
I   D I llll     To write mroodlnUHl.
■Mil \    Tot}|*-«TttB.
IJIJ.IM    1     To write shortlinml.
Vnii can then ulwiiy* secure a (rood position
The bent plaeo Is nt
THE BLAIR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Odtaloitlic I'rec. SPOKANE, WASH,
NOTICE
NOTICE l**5 11KKKMV   OIYKN  THAT TUli
cii-iiurtnerwliit! heretofore existing Im-
tween tin-underwit-ne'l ii*. hotelkeepeffiln tiie
Pftuifio Hotel,Oraud Pork*, ll (.., under the
lir-ui mum' of Sloirn.v A Dmnild. hits heen  this
rfavdtaolved )>v  tuul ■ -mutfHit.   All debts
due th" laltl firm are to he paid to 0 v.
Blowy, nml all ifartuersblp debts accounted
for I.. .:,-■ linn nre to In* imid hv him.
('. V. Sl.OC'iV,
THOS. DONALD.
Willie.*,:   I,. 17 Mom-ii-KiN.
Dated this 12th dny of September, 1004.
Auction Sale.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
UNlllilt AMI HY VIHTi;i;0l'THHI'0\VEI!
of Siili, I'.itiliiiiinil in n i-i-itiiin Murltriiu..,
wlilrli ivitl Im |iroi]iii".|l ut tlii> tinietif siili>,
there will Im nireri'd fur .nil. hy
PUBLIC AUCTION
tt the flOlirt Hoti-e. Grand h'-irU-i, nt the
hour of 10)80 in the fore, uot) on
SATURDAY, 1st OCTOBER, 1004,
the followltifr deilrable replfletlCO property
in Qraud Potki.namelyi
l.nt Ninni.ec lb roe- in Muck Five, Plan
Pjfty-two.
On the proiii rty IiHatd to be a well-built
t-iid'fiminioiii'.iis dwell)UB < OUIB-
Kor ti'iui-i nnd oonHttloniopply t'»
OlvBUBNT & SPBNOKj
lii.i.ii Blook, Urand Uirkt-
Snlieit.n-fcir Mortgngeei.
Dated September 16tb, I0H.
Mortgage Sale.
UNDBR AND BY VIRTUE OF Till: poWKlr
of Sale ooi.tnltled Inaeertalti Mortgage,
whioh will be pn wlat time of Bole-then*
will iMofrerod for tale by Public Auotl lu
SATUROAY.fHEFJRST DAY DF OCT,, 1904,
nt   eleven   u'oluak   lu   the   forenoon, at the
Court Home •mmd Forki- thnt  property
.itimti'il   iu   the  City of Urnii-I Bopltl. un 1
•tinitnsed uf  i..)t  Number Two, lu liloeh
dumber PourteatitRCoorultiffto Map Twenty-
three of the tald city.
On the property lliaiil to be toe two-etory
iiuil'liu;-  cnuiinoiily   hiKiuii   aj tin*    Miner
HoilM,
i'i.i' termi nnd oonuMfoBi R|iply to tiie
Aoitiiilieer. nr in
MAODONKLL-MoMA8TBR*l OBARY,
m yoiiRe Street,Toronto, Out.
Duteil i hi.-, litli ilay of September, 19W.
Auction  Sale
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
UNDBR AND Bit VIRTUE OF THK POWERS
nf Sale contained In two certain wort-
irairee, wbldb will be prqduoed at time .,r
• tile, there will be iillun-d for mile by
PUBLIC AUCTION
ut the Court Hqtiie- Grand   Forht, at the
I r of 10{W in tliN forenoon, on
SATURDAY,17 SEPTEMBER,1904
llir fi.llnwiiiir ilMirnlilo rfiKlili'm-ii |iro)iert*-
iu Grniul Kurlin, nnmely.
Pareel'l -i" Hie v,>" Nt'-'' ^''"i v"
unit pint' of I.iit Klnliteeii. Bloch Nine, Plan
'fwonty-twf t conveyed t» Hie \„ \.\h,
Knllnny tin- right "' «»>'.
Parcel 2 •Oil   Klrrt Street!   Mil    Nmiilii.r
Iliree.ln llloolt Slguleeti.PlanITIfty-two.
lintli  llir.ii  eruliertlM "rr   I velilently
■ ll nl.   Ilnoei'li WMililtu li" ii   well-linilt
mil iiiiii.illiiilsilni'MI'iulinll-e.
I In. parcel, will lie •"!" ■operntely.
I'm- tin in- mill nun   111"1- 'U'l'l' I"
Cl.liMKNT .V M'KM'i:,
|!|,|,.i, llllll'll.lllllllll llllllH.
Siilii-ltnr- for Mortgagees.
I'lili-il Aliullvt 'I'tli. 1WH-
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE,
To the Hoard of fdoensltig CommlBslonere
In mul for the City of Grand Porks.
NOTIOB is hereby given tlmt the tiuder-
sij-in-il will, ut tbe next meatine; of Hie
Hoard of LicensingCon.miKtdoi.crs to* tne
City of Grand Porkf, apply for a t/aiu-fer
ofthe Hotel Mci-TiMfl granted in reipeot of
tiie "Winnipeg," Wttinlpei*- avenue. Grand
Porki', fnun me to ICtull Larsen.
Dated at Urand Korkf, B.C., thin 8tli day of
Atn-'iKi, ni.il.
NORMAN JACKSON.
WM. F.NEWTON
A I'UKSII STUCK OP
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A liiinilsoini'ly fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in contioctlon.
COB. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
vOR   SAluE
GOOD DRY
Delivered to any 0J rft C, 0,  D;
part of the oity    OtiOu per Cord.
Send in vour orders
in advance, as we are
always busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P, 0.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
y J. \V. Jones.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
**     JONN PETERSON, PROP..
FlNKHI' III1AN1IS OF   .   .   .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NKAH ('. 1'. II. NTA'I'ION,
Grand   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and sur-
rotrndingterritory 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. 1 landsoineout-
fit free. Write for particulars and'send 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects,
STONE & W ISLINGTON,
Foothill Nuhskiukh,
(Oyer 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -    -    -    ONTARIO
NELSON FAIRo
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS     BIG PREMIUM LIST
FINE GROUNDS       NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WRITE Fill! 1'IIIZI'. LIST.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B. C.
Granby Hotel
Most CONVBNIENT-
i.v LooAtbd Hotel
is tiik Citv. . .  .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Haf Supplied with the
Finest Brauda'of
winks, Liquors
AND OlOARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLANS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
FRESH CSb CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
i
THE
COZIEST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
0
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST STREET
JOE THATCHER,
PiiorinuToii.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
FANS
IN HVHI1Y
CORNER
H (A
Daily" Arrivals
„f /~,*p /~W"*1?TP TT-TQ By buying inVrioderateqUaiititief
%T Ui\UV^r>i\.lI^O ,„'„, m(,k'ing quicli sll|(ls ()Ur stock
is always kept tresh.   Our Prices, too, are ALL RIGHT.
■C**pTTT"*p TA'DC The time put up vour winter's snp-
riVUlX  Jrt.IS.0 p|y „•   •,,,„„ h,,K' now „>rtvea.    We
carry a lurge stork of jars.   All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES ffiSlS
in these lines is complete.   It - wi 111 pay j'oii to inspect our goods
before buying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C. P, R, Station.
R. C. MCCOTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue.
Opposite J. W. JmieK' Furniture Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Itegnlating end Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly dune by
A.   D.   MOHKISON,
Jeweler (ind Opticliin,
(IKAND   PURK, H. C.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL NOW
And get  measured  for  a  swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles and
can guarantee you satisfaction,
ami Diir prices are right, Sec us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MKliCIIANTTAll-UH,
QRAND KC1KKH, B. C
Dr   FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College:
Ollicc over Hunter-
Phone 27. Kendriok Co.'s Store
GEO.   CH APPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry n Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
WHY GO EAST
Over Ihe nun-burned, sngc brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just aa well take a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart ol the Rocky Mountains in
viert-of the grandest scenery on tho
American continent?
Tbis you can do by traveling on,
the Rio Grande system, the fur-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,"
tbe only transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, Glen-
wnod Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to cast-
cm points.
Three daily express tniins mnke
close connections with all trains east
nnd west, and afford n choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is the best, including free reclining chair cars,
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service, und also
personally conducted excursion curs,
euch in charge of a competent guide,
win isc business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
thnn is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
I). Mansfield, Gen; Agt., RioGrande
Lines, Nn. 124 Third Street, I'ort-
lim.l, Ore.
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate* Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Blook,
Phone 188.       Grand Forks, B.O,
All
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINK  LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
NICE   AND   IRONED  HV
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail wey, known
all over the Union as the great rail
way running the "-Pioneer Limited"
trains every day arid night between8t.
hi nl ami Ohioago, and Omaha an I
Choago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand: Connections lire Intnl.) with Ail Tinnsri^iti
iiental Linen, assuring to passengers
the hest scrvirc known, Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, ul'
a verity equaled hv no other line.
Set' that vour ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee' when going to any poirii
in the United States'or Canada,
ticket agents sell them,
For rales, pamphlets or   other   i
formation, address
IL L. Ford, H:S. Bowk,
Trav. PossTAgt,     Gon. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland) Or
CHURCH DIBKGTORY.
RNOX   IMtliSltYTIilllAN   CHURCH, Ununl
FurltN-.I.    K.   Cilii'i'U     H.A ,   linitor,
Sorvieet evory Suuaas »t n a.m. nrd 7iS0 p.
m,t Sunday aohool anil Hlb|ectnni- » p.m.i
Weatinlnifer (iulld uf C. 17, TuMday, 8
PlRsi'MBTBODlST.OliuKUH   (Jornpr Main
uml Pilthiti-  J. 17 Betu,pastor. Service!
every SiiiiiIiiv  at  11   n. in.   mul    7.WI p.m.I
olats meeting at cloie of morning icrvlcei
SiiiiiIiiv   kHiuoI  mill   Itilili-  OlBHBt 11 p. 111-.;
nrayer meetUiB every Tli arid ay PvenlTO
ntHoVloiU. ThepiiblleitcoruiallyInvited.
holy TRINITY OHUM-H (Churoh »f Knir*
land), Gnunl Pork*,, Houry Steele, vloar-
HijlyConiiiiiiiiftin, Sii.iii.: nioriihitf [irnyer
mnUeiiMi.It. H a.m.tSundaynnooi-8p;ui.f
evi'ii-iiiijr ini'l --'I'lmiii,   ".'■■'»   p.   III.    All   urQ
oordlally Invited.
SHORT STORIES
Tiie Paris police lia\c prepared a picture-book tor the usi* of travelers who
loss things which, because of mifatnil*
virity with the EangtiSgQ, they cannot
le-jcrlbe. It contiiins ivprescntations of
ill kinda of artielt-s, from keys t•> nurses,
and the enquirer,after nrissiiur valuables,
has only to turn the leaven ami point al
tlio picture that most resembles iii** property. But the system liae iu limitations. Unfortunately it cannot picture
a temper, which is the article now most
frequently Inst by visitors to a foreign
eity who do not know the language of
tbe country.
fn Prince Edward Island there ib a
striking example of that longevity which
is characteristic of so many parts of
Canada. At Xtgnish, in that island, live
an oid couple, Air. and Mrs. Colo Poirier
by name, who have been married over 70
years, and now have 201 descendants.
Seven of their children are alive and
with their large families, reside within a
few miles of their parents. At present
Mr. and Mrs. Poirier are the proud great
great-grandparents ol nine young children; und a short time ago tue live gen
erations of this family were all guth
ered together, which muat surely constitute a record. To show what a health;,
and prolific family this is it may In*
Btated that the eldest son, ttjjod -Lirf, hfl'i
had 14 children, 51 grandchildren und 1'
great-grandchildren
Like many Frenchmen, especially tho*
[ailing from the south of France, Presi
lent Loubet is wry fond of those tin
fonal dishes in which garlic forms fli
impbrtant ingredient. Once, in his h.wyei
days, when he was picsding in court nf
ter having partaken of some such diih
his democratic tiisie* in this respect
placed him in a sow what rmbanassin--
positmn. The presiding judge happeneS
to be a man oi aristocrat!-- orhnn and
breeding, to whom the odor of garlic w i-
absolutely intolerable. M. Loubet roi.
and began his argument. He had not
proceeded very far when the judge wa*
observed to snid' rather— uncomfortabh
■ind to take oui n perfumed li-milker
chief, reinforcing it a few moments hi I
er with a smell ing-bottle. Time men-
-Mires, however, prated of no avail as i
protection from the pungent and pern-
trating effluvium which emanated from
the future Presi den I of the republic. A-
lust, his olfactory s.-nse .i-ing in nnoi
rebellion, thc Indlgiduit judge shoUipd;'
"Usher, open the windows; open tli■
doors. For heaven's sake, let out thit
abominnble smell!" Since then M. Loubet, it is said, though he si ill preserves
his simplicity of life, has eliminated garlic fro-" hia article*- rif diet.
The Declaration of Independence is to
be seen no more hy the public, an order
having been issued that henceforth tht
historic manuscript shall be kept unde:
lock aud key in a great fire and light
proof safe. This decision has been
reached as the result of an examination
of the document by a committee of the
American Academy of Sciences, recently
in session in New York, wiio acted ai
the instance of Secretary Itay, wilder
attention had been called to the sad
state of the famous document. Most ol
the text of the Declaration is still legible, but only one or two of the njgna-
tures Can be made out. There is only u
trace of the autograph of John Hducqjk
the first to sign, ihe document from
time to time will be photographed ir
order to measure as marly as possibh
tiie result of the protective steps.
Chicago had to get along for over tint
weeks witli soiled linen on account of t1*
strik-; of thousands of laundry girls urn
men. Every union laundry in l nicag.
was cln-i'il. John Chitiunijin und a fev
scattered non-union laundries kept it
work, but they could not begin to kee;
the city's clothes and household linen I
order. Untidy collars and cutis, sniU.
fiMrls and shirt-waists, spotted tabl*
clolha and napkins were tbe rule in lu
tcls and private homes. Tiie old milium**
of slavery days reaped a harvest. Sotu
laundry men j who thought to be shrewd
er than their fellows, fixed up grea
bundles of linen and shipped them t<
neighboring towns, tli re by Imping ti
promote tiie neatiitss of iheir customer**
out the union was on the alert. Wagon
were followed to btatians, the place o
shipment ascertained, and the laundn
workers there notified tiiat "scab" wori
was coming to them. li\ most case
these laundry employees refused to d-
tho work, nnd the l-undle* were shlppc'
hack to Ohlcflgo.
MINBUAI   ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
PBKR Mhteriu- Inlin, -inuitn In  the Oruwl
Pqrfti   Mlnin.'   I'lvUi ■■   Yiilo District.
Where 1,.,-ii'imI;    In llnrlit Ruilli.
TAKBNOTI'K tlmt 1   Keioietl,  L    Biirnnt,
•      f.r   Itnulullll, IL' ..".'"Nl    for    Itolleit     I..
Crawford, Kree Mine*'*. I'ertiheut.'\.i. IllSlSOt
h'rwl   Unit-*.  K   Minor's  Certificate   Sn.
imitc, ainU'iiiii .H!ni»i, ree Mliier'n ' nrllfl-
ciitn ^'i I Mit;:7.intend.-ixt.v ilnyn from the
date lieeeol. lo ufl|ilv to the Mliittni Hneuiflpl
for n Certlflentn '-r [inpl'nv-)iiieiits, for tho
pin ---use (if nlitaininir u • roWli OrHtlt or the
nlinv ■ < Linn
And further take noilietluit Detlotl, und
Seotion :i7, nint>t bo e mi ed before
ivsimtieeor*.ueh''ertilii iit'-i'l Imiirni	
Dated this twelfth layof-Jnly, A.D mmii
KI-.NNi.Ti   I- HCKSKT. P.1-,
RUAND FORKS I'KDKIiAi.  LA-
hur   Union   N.i.   231, A.1,1*.—
Meets    every    Wwlnosday    evening
at S o'eltH-k in   Fedenvl    Unimi   ball.
Dan Kki.i.y, Pres,
Jas. A. IIaimii.s. See.
TheCity Wood Yard I
Is now recidy to sup- fi
ply Tamarack and X
Fir Wood in any 2
length. *
Yours for orders, »
FRANCIS & STONE. i
Office:  Rutherford's Stable, 8
Second Street        Phone 129 1
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NION HOTEL AND MU51C 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
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived.   Call and inspect them.
Also a slm-k of Blankets, Quilts. I'illows, etc., to he sold
ut greatly reduced prices. See our display of Pictures
for Christinas.
j Riverside Avenue
i	
Grand  Forks
PS   Commercial   m
I
8      Printing
s
i
iM
% We Sun Office g
I
fl
i
W. H   I'. cr.KMKNT
JOHN  U. tiPKNOtt
b\iU\\\M Vl ol \it\\Jh
BorrlKtisn*. Hollollor*.
NuUirlcM. lite
lllileu Blook, Corner iVIiiiiImk Ai  mill
nratStmt,
OBANII I'i'llKS, 11. 0.
^»RIDERAGENTSWANTED
" In each town to tultc orders for our now High Grado
Guaranteed Bicyeles.
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," Complete $8.75
" Cossack," Ouarium ,il High Grade $10.75
"Siberian,"       ABeauty        $12.75
"Neudorf,"      hoaaBacor      $14.75
no better liieyelo at any price.
villi/ e//itr nmfcc or modil you want at one-third
usual pricfl. Choice of any stiuiiliiru tires nnd best
equipment on all our bicyeles.   Stromjist i/uuruntec.
Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL C. U. 1). to any one
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL, before purehnso is binding.
500 Second Hand Wheels *<9 • ,♦'• *>
Inken In Iriulo by our Chimin) ri'lull slorra, QQ 10 |J}55
all moi.1;. mill iiiiii1l'I.s, pihiiI UH0W	
tin UflT DIIV a N.wHii iuilil you Imvi. wplion tor p' ■
UU NUI   DUI   FACIOIIT PRICES AND FREE I'll.l   I.-   U.   .
Tires, equipment, sunilrics mul minrtlnfr friuiils of all kinds, tit luill rofrular nrlr
In our llifl liee sundry catalug. ' '■,iii 11J.1 is uyvcU'liUif useful Infiiriiintloii. Write WJJ
GYGLE CO., Ghi^go, HI.
■MM
r   ■'  "  *
*m Wednesday, October 5th
WILL BE
BRITISH COLUMBIA OAT
AT THE
Spokane Interstate Fair
Railroad Tickets can be purchased at ONE FARE l'Olt
THE BOUND TRIP on Tuesday, Oct. I th, good returning
until Oct. 10th.
Hand Concert by Fifth Regiment Royal llritish Artillery
Band ut' Victoria, li. C.
Big Vaudeville Program in Front of Grniul Stand.
Si.\ Exciting Races, 82,500 in Purses.
Send for Race Program.
IIOI'.T. II. COSGROVE, See. and Mgr.
SPOKANE, WASH.
BOUNDARY   ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipment*, of Boundarv mines for   lflOO, 1901, 1903,
1903, 1904, nnd for the past week:
1000       1001.        1002.       1O0-1        100i   Past Week
(iranby Minos.Phocnix  04,,533    231,702
Snowshoe. I'bocnix        287
Mother Lode, Deadwood.,    ,5,340
Sunset, lleadwood  ;.
Morrison, Deadwood	
II. ('. Mine. Summit   19,494
Emma, Summit  	
Senator, .'uinmit Camp	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp	
Brcv Fugle, Summit Camp	
No. 37, Summit Camp	
Mountain Hose	
Winniprg, Wellington    1,070
Golden Crown, Wellington    2,2.50
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
Xo. 7 Mine, Control ,.
City of Paris, Cental     2,000
Jewel, Long Luke        160
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
K. P. U. nnd Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous ;     3,380
31,702
1,721
99,084
i-T O Ot
393,181
74,212
138,079
370,880
•128,368
10,440
3,968
804
7,455
1,5,731
1.50
47,40-5
0,50
14,811
8,.530
3,339
19,305
22,937
303
15,537
34,092
1,756
15,731
222
354
864
1,507
(ill
1,040
'     785
02.5
2,435
550
5,040
2,908
00.5
482
350
2,175
219
993
400
107
501
.'105
22(1
5,881
325
9
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W.K.C.MANLY
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings ;
The first consignment.of a.  «-.        . « •**♦■
largoandup-to-datostockof  bOOtS attd SlIOCS |
<Just Received. |
C" PHONE 6                               BRIDGE STREET \
»— *0
Total, tons  99,730   390,000   507,515   084,420
Granby Smelter treated  02,387   230,828i 312,340   401,921
550,700
■108,331
15,981
12,007
Pacific Hotel
C. V.  SLOGGY, Proprietor
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines, opposite c.i'.ii. station,
Liquors nnd Cigars, GRAND FORKS, B. C.
—» —^  ~
fIRST-l'I.ASK INK VEtlY
RESPECT.
SAMl'I.K ROOMS foil
I'O-IMKHI'IAI.
TKAVKI.I.KIK
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
Developing
and
Printing
H, E, WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST   BTRBBT, QRAND   PORKS
• A Complete Lino  of   Furniture,  Hardware und Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rook Prices.   Largest Variety  of
(looils iii tbe Citv.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold,   Call and Inspect My Goods.   A Great Variety
ot New Articles Constantly Kept in Stoek,
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAG FOB BARGAINS
FLOURo
IN ANY
UANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN  &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Kepairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET QRAND FORKS, fi. C.
AN El-FICrtNT TREATMENT FOR CATARRH
Will first destroy the germs that ex-
eites tin1 disease. Then there are numberless sore sputs iu the mueons membrane to be healed, Every requirement of a perfecfrcure, for catarrh-is
found in fragrant, healing Catarrhozone- which not only instantly kills the
-genus but restores the disea-ted membranes to a normal condion ami prevents tin- relapse which is sure to follow the use of ordinary remedies. Catarrhozone is a scientific cure foi* ca~
lurrh that relievos quicker, is more
pleasant-, more certain to ourj than
any other knpwn remedy. Failure is
impossible! lasting cure is guaranteed.
Use onlv Catarrhozone. Two months'
treatment $1.00; trial size 25c. II. E.
\\ o -dland, druggist.
:..',
Mining Stock Quotations
Melt.    Bid
American Boy        1 \j
Ben-Hur .'        2J 'J
Black Tail  3 1
Canadian Gold Fields       *IA
Cariboc|(aicK.)ex-div.       ll
Centre Star  25
Denoro Mines  2'2
Fairview  'J
Fisher Maiden  3*
Giant        2
Granby Consolidated. $4.25
MorningGlory        I-J
Mountain Lion  11
North Star(E, K.)... 5
Payne  10
Quilp  1*~>
Rambler-Cariboo  22i
Sun Poil  7* I
Sullivan  5$
Tom Thumb,  -
War Eagle Con  II
Waterloo (assess* pd). 1.',
WhiteBeai ., +.!
g3.50
1
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jjjJDAILY NEWS§
m m
?rs and the yii
1 fi
m QRAND FORKS SUN ffi
& W
..FOR   ONLY.. fh
2.2 s a Yearn
TO BREAK UP A COLD
Right quickly nothing works so
nicely as Nerviline taken real hot. It
sends a glowing warmth all through
the body, and when rubbed on the
throat and chest loosens up the cough
and relievos tightnes and soreness in
the chest. Nerviline is used as a pre?
veutntive and cure for colds, cough8
and Winter ills in thousands ot' homes
because it goes right to work ami
brings relief quiokly. There is no
remedy in the world with half the
power and merit of Nerviline; it's invaluable in every house. Enlarge bottles price 25o. II. E. Woodland,
druggist.
The question; What will we have
Eor dessert? The answer: Call up
Donaldson ami get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 64.
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle anil get it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season. Geo.
Oi (apple, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer.
jfj
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A radical change from old methods and prices has been made by
the Toronto Daily News. The eyes
uf the newspvper world have
been upon The News for the past lew
months, during which time several
departures havo heen made which
have given that paper a widespread
reputation for enterprise and originality. This latest move is to place
The News at the price of $1,00 ii
year by mail, Only a deep-founded
belief in the future success of The
News could lead the publishers to
make sin-h a reduction in price.
But just as tho dollar magazine has
taken hold of thc people, so, we venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, bused not only on the popular price at which it is sold, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
he paper.
Wo have arrangements concluded
which enables us to olub the Toronto
News with our own paper at $2.25 a
year in advance. Such a combination presents many unique features
—our semi-woekly giving you all
the home and district news, and
the big 12-page daily keepingyou in
touch with events all over the world.
, Send us your subscription to Tho
News, or if you would like to sec
the paper first, write us nnd we will
secure a sample copy.
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Coming Events
Nelson Fair, September 28th
29th.
Spokane Interstate Fair,  Octobei
8 to !).
Provincial    Exhibition,    Vitouria.
September 27th to October Ut.
SH Subscribe ffi
Now
The very best smokers in town at
Donaldaon's. Large range from which
to clinose.    Get our prices by the box,
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