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Fourth Year.--No. 5
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, November 15, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Phoenix "Branch Will Reach
That Camp on or Before!!!
Christmas.
Prominent Kettle Valley Line
Officials Visited the City
This Week.
Both Chiel Engineer Kennedy and
Patrick Welch, in charge of construction, are now confident that the
rails on the Phoenix branch of the
Great Northern will be laid into
Phoenix on or before Christmas.
The tracklaying crew is now about
eight miles out of this city, and
should reach Summit City during
the present week. In two weeks the
steel should be down as far as Dead-
man's'Gulch, only six miles from
Phoenix by the grade, and two miles
distant across the country. At this
point the largest and highest trestle
on the line iB being constructed,
nearly a million feet of lumber being required. Work on the foundation of the bridge has already been
started with a large crew of workmen, and a week or two after the
iron reacnes the bridge the structure
will be completed. A mile -above
this the heaviest cut on the line is
being put through solid rock by Contractor Patrick Hughes. He is working night and day shift* at both
ends, and last week put in a «toam
derrick to work from the top and
the middle. Mr. Hughes says he
will he ready to let the rails through
by the first week in December. From
there on to Phoenix the work is already entirely completed on the
grade, with the exception of a couple
of trestles, or it will be done by the
time the track gang arrives.
C. H. WilkiiiBon and wife, of London, Eng., are in the city. Mr.
Wilkinson was the promoter and
builder of the While Pass railway in
Alaska, and came to Grand Forks
for the purpose of looking into the
feasibility of extending the Kettle
Vulley line to the Nicola coal fields.
In company with ¥. M. Holland,
president, and \V. T. Beck, attorney
for the road, lie has made a trip up
the North Fork, and he expresses
himself as being favorably impressed
with the project.
THE CITY COUNCIL
The regular weekly meeting ofthe
eity council wns held in the council
chamber Inst night. Mayor Hammar, Aid. Feeney, Hutton, MoGal-
lum, Miii'tin and McNee were present
On motion of Aid. Hutton nnd
McNee, tenders will be called torn
oity audit for the current year.
The minutes of the previous meeting regarding ihe Columbia bridge
were amended hy adding a resolution recommending thd incoming
council to complete the work of repairing that structure, .providing the
applicants fulfill their purl, viz., furnish a certain amount of free team
work. Thif matter refers to the
communication of Cooper Bros, and
others, offering to aid by free team
work in repairing the bridge, providing the council would strengthen
nml lighten the same. The city hns
already completed its part of the
work.
But one account, that of the city
health ollicer, cine before the council, and this fact put the aldermen
in good humor durine the whole
evening.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
The News-Gazette says that "Mr.
Ross and J. K. Johnson are kindred
spirits." It is mistaken. Mr. Ross
iB a scholar and a journalist, while J.
K. Johnson isn't.
The News-Gazette promises later
on to explain that letter. Goodness
knows, it needs it
"The Conservatives wanted my
support"—J. K. Johnson.
"You are a liar."—E. Miller.
Take your choice, is all we can
odvise the reader to do.
The News-Gazette says it wants
"tbe campaign free from personalities," and then villifies Duncan Ross
to the extent of two columns. "Consistency thou art a jewel."
J. K. Johnson is the "Happy
Hooligan" in the Boundary newspaper field.
Lovers and undeveloped journalists
should never write letters, for they
occasionally turn up inopportunely.
In politics, money is the root of
considerable evil.
The building of the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway through British Columbia will cause almost as great a
stampede to this province as did the
discovery of gold to the Klondike.
Phil McArdle, formerly of this
city, was a visitor here last Saturday
from Phoeuix.
Daniel O'Hara, of Ashcroft, returning officer for Yale-Cajihoo district, was in the city yesterday making final arrangements for polling
places and seeing that the ballot
boxes are ready for the 22nd.
A farewell reception will he tendered Mr. nnd Mrs. Peters and family
on Thursday night of thiH week at
Knox ehureh manse. The congregation and friends are cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Holland, of
Toronlo, arrived in (he city last Saturday. Mr. Holland is president of
Hie Keltic Valley line, and il is expected that he will make a tour of
Inspection over the right of way of
the proposed North Fork extension
before returning cast.
F. .T. Dorscy, u well known Spokane insurance man. was a guest nl
the Yale last Saturday.
The gonsohono predicts a hard
winter for thi! unfortunate people
who are compelled to live hack Fast
where they have sucji lliings.
THANKSGIVING DAY,
For a nice Thanksgiving treat, buy
a 7oc. bottlo of fine old Port Wine at
the Lion Untiling Works.
Runaway Cars on the Phoenix Branch Disable an
Engine.
Deputy   Returning  Officers
Appointed for the
Election.
About sixteeh cars loaded with ties
and rails got away from the engine
at Fraser's ranch, on the Grand
Forks-Phoenix branch of the Great
Northern railway, last Sunday, and
started down the grade at a terrific
speed. After running about a mile
and a half all the cars except one
jumped the track at Coryell's, the
remaining one staying on the rails
until it reached the "Yr" near the
Kettle river, where it ran into an engine, which was so badly damaged
tbat it had to be sent to the shop for
repairs.
The deputy returning officers in
this city are H. H. Spinks, P. T. McCallum and G. C. McGregor. The
polling places will be in the building
next to the post office, at Spinks's
home in the North addition, and at
a place to be decided upon in Columbia. Pete Donaldson will be deputy returning officer at Bannock
City. The poll for the Carson section will be located on Covert's
ranch this year.
Good reports continue to come
down from the McKinley mine, in
Franklin camp, where active development work is being carried on under the direction of A. D. McPhee.
A few   days ago a   workman  ar-
ELECTIO!
PUBLIC MEETING
Will be held in the Grand
Forks Opera House Tuesday Evening, Nov. 15th.
Addresses will be delivered by
HON, SENATOR TEMPLEMAN
W, W, B. MCINNES, M.P.P.
AND
DUNCAN ROSS
Tin: i.iiikhai. canoiiiatk.
Opposition speakers invited.
Chair taken at eight
o'clock.
God Save the King.
rived ill the city with samples of ore
from that property that will run al
least 820 in values. These samples
were taken from nn ore body broken
into at two different points 175 feet
apart. Visitors who huve recently
inspected Ihis mine prcdjol u success.
ful future for thc property. The
owners state that they intend to intend install machinery next spring.
Joe Thatcher, of the Club, says he
hr.s just us much money now ns ho
hnd a year ngo, nnd will celebrate
the event by giving.a turkey lunch
on Thahkshiving afternoon and even-
sng. Also Tom and Jerry, if the
weather will permit.
Complaint is becoming general
that the staff in the Grand Forks
post office is very slow in handling
the incoming mail. The amount of
mail reaching this city from the
south, judging by the amount and
time taken at the Nelson and Rossland offices, should be sorted in one
hour after its arrival at the local
office, which would give people an
opportunity to answer their mail, for
the morning train next day. The
mail apparently lies in the pouches
here over night, for it is well along
in the next day before it is io the
boxes. If [local conditions aw not
improved an effective protest will
certainly be made.
Here is. an announcement which
will certainly surprise every man,
woman and child in Grand Forks,
aB well as anyone else who ever
had dealings with that gentleman :
The News-Gazette, under the peculiar management of J. K. Johnson, says: "\Ve have same respect
for a manly-fighter."
Conservatives have often complained of the poor mail service in
the Boundary country. J. K.Johnson has no cause for complaint,'however; his letter reached its destination, all right
Grand Forks is beginning to put
on city airs ; some of the audiences
at recent performances have taken to
using opera glasses.
The Phoenix. Pioneer wishes to
know where J. K. Johnson's paper
stands iii thiB election campaign. An
unbiased opinion would probably be
thnt he stands now where he always
did—at the place where he thinks
money is on tap.
The C.P.R. spur which W. P.
Tierney, thc Nelson contractors, wuh
ennstrkcting from thc Phoenix
branch to the new ore bins of
Ilii! Rawhide mine, has been completed and Ihe mils are laid. It is
8500 foot long and has iwo sidetracks
for storing ore care.
The Dancing club will meet at the
Yale hotel Thanksgiving evening,
Nov. 17th, (or un informal dance.
Union Thanksgiving services will
be held in the Methodist ehureh on
Thanksgiving dny (Thursday) nt 8
o'clock asm. The Thanksgiving offering will be devoted to special missionary purposes. Hev. ,1. R. Robertson will preach.
The Socialists held a political
meeting nt their rooms Inst night, a
which speakers representing opposition political doctrines were asked to
be present to doclnre themselves.
None of the latter appeared to think
it important to be present, and the
Socialists went ahead and 'decided
just how they would run the country, and now all they lack is votes to
elect their candidate.
II
Enthusiastic Meeting Held at
Greenwood Saturday
Evening.
Senator Templeman and Mr,
Mclnnes, M.P.P., the
Speakers.
A very enthusiastic meeting was
held at Greenwood on Saturday
night in support of Duncan Ross, the
Liberal candidate, at which Senator
Templeman and W. W. B. Mclnnes,
M.P. P., were the speakers. Mr. Burrell was not represented, but Lawyer
Kerr oj Phoenix gave the Socialists'
side of tbe question.
Senator Templeman made a decided hit, for while he is not an orator, he talked good, common sense
in a pleasing and convincing manner, and brought his points home to
the audience.
W. W. B. Mclnnes, who followed,
and in one of the brightest speeches
ever heard here, made a strong plea
for the electors of Yale-Cariboo to
join in sending a solid Liberal representation to Ottawa. In reply to
some of Mr. Kerr's remarks, the
sneaker hit straight from the shoul-
def, and Bt.owed that all the laws in
favor of the workingmen had been
put on the statute book by the Liberal government
The Socialists have received more
attention in this campaign than their
strength calls for, and Mr. Mclnnes'
vigorous onslaught on their theoretical platform made a marked impression.
A New York paper says it is unpatriotic to bet on elections. But as
long as it continues to prove profitable to the lucky ones patriotism
will have to remain on a back seat.
It is rumored the British Coluni- _
bin legislature will meet in January!
Thanksgiving . Day is Thursday,
November 17th. If prosperity and
good government are lliings to be
thankful for, Canadians have good
reasons for celebrating the day.
Fine eld Canadian Rye Whiskey,
at 81.00 per bottle, at tho Lion
Mottling Works.
A STUDY OF OLD AGU
Reveals the fact thnl the blood is
Usually thin nnd lacking ill the
strengthening properties of youngfolks'
blond, [f you want to fill your blood
with the fire of youth, build up your
strength, restore your nerves, just use
Ferrozone. It's the must potenttonio
known und will renew the flickering
llauie of an aged life by imparting
nourishment to enfeebled organs, Fcr-
rozone fortifies weak systems, feeds
the blood, brain and nerves with new
life. Try Ferrozone. Price 50o per
box. II. E. Woodland, drug-gist,
To keep good time, a watch must
have a good movement—the case is u
mutter of taste. We can Bupply you
with a thoroughly reliable movement
in any style or kind of Jjcase you may
have a preference for, A. D, Morrison.
For a nice hair*cut or shave go Ut
the City- Barber Whop cm Riverside1
avenue.   Baths 2.ric. "If you buy it of Morrison it's all
right."
c/i MOST
RELIABLE
PLACE
to purchase Good Jewelry, is the
place where you know of whom
you are buying-—you have tho
assurance of a business reputation
and guarantee that goes with
every sale. Every article purchased of Morrison proves its
worth anrl the reliability of tho
store, and the customer always
comes again.
"You have the most accommodating store, Mr. Morrison," said
a lady customer the other day.
'•I always feel satisfied with what
I get here," she affiled.
It is our idea of storekeeping
to make people satisfied ; they
come again—they send others—
we think it pays.
A. D. MORRISON
Jeweler and Optician,
URAND PORKS, B.C
Always your money's worth.
®ifj? iEhrmng §un
PUBLISHED EVEIiY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS AT ORAND FORKS, B.C., BY
G. A. EVANS.
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Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts. per line.
Address all communications to
The Evening Sun,
Phone 55. grand forks, b. c.
umns of big, clear type, the write
wakes up in time to contradict himself by thc gloomy guess that anyway there is nothing in the gift of
the Dominion parliament that this
district requires (he apparently forgets it was the Dominion government which granted the Kettle Valley railway a bonus of $(>,400 per
mile to build up the North Fori;
from Grand Forks ; and that sunie
road would right uow be hauli.igoro
from Franklin camp into this city if
the Conservative party hud done its
share, and our Conservative member in the Provincial house had
made good his anti-election promise
that ho would secure a bonus of some
$4,000 per mile for that road). Yes,
a good, live representative on the
government side of the house is a
very valuable asset of a riding. Vote,
for Duncan Ross,.vduise presence in the
parliament will be of advantage when
appropriations are, being made.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1904
If a man's financial resources reach
such a depleted condition that in
order to continue his business he
must sell himself, it is probably best
to have his price; but he is indeed a
poor specimen of man who for defending his own rights seeks recompense from an outsider. This seems
to be the policy adopted by J. K.
Johnson, who, for personal reasons,
wished "to show up the Conservative
party in Grand Forks," and declined
to do so unless rewarded by the Liberals. This is riot a campaign of
blackmail; it is one of measures.
The rank and file of the Liberal
party—as well as of the Conservatives—in Grand Forks are endeavoring to elect their respective candidates, but it will be on tho merits of
policy alone. Vote for Duncan Ross
and the Liberal government, which is
building up the country and developing
Ihe resources ofthe West.
The present editorial artist on The
News-Gazette is so addicted to the
habit of putting together sentences of
such magnificent proportions, that by
the time he does finally conic to the
end of the many-phrased sentence
he apparently forgets what he originally started out to Buy, with the
result that his musings never approach an understandable exposition of the subject mutter, but merely obtain the pitter-patter style -of
monologue, which ends where it
should have begun : thut is, with
drawing thc render's attention to the
undeniable fact that the writer is going to say something, even if he has
to contradict himself in doing it. For
exampie : Saturday's Gazette sturts
out with the snge advice that it is
very wrong for Duncan Boss to tell
the electors that ns he is the candidate of the Liberal party which'is al
ready in power, it would be udvisu
ble to elect him as their representative to secure what this riding is entitled tn, rather than to choose his
opponent, |who would of necessity
pass the coming years unnoticed in
the shades of thc Opposition. Then
after meandering through two eol-
The Conservatives in Grand Forks
have peculiar ideas as to political
strength. They advocate the return
of Mr. Burrell on the ground that he
will strengthen the Opposition. He
can do so best by remaining home,
for it is remembered that Mr. Burrell recently "assisted" in Vancouver
and Westminster campaigns, to
strengthen the Conservative cause in
both these places, with the result
that both Liberals were elected. A
similar fate awaits him here next
Thursday. Full many an orator is
born who wastes his eloquence upon
the unheuring ear. Vote for Duncan
Ross and a progressive government that
"docs things" to improve what we have.
W1-MIB00:
The Liberal government will soon
build a mint at Vancouver, to meet
the requirements of the development
of the country and to be prepared
for the prodigious growth *>f thc West
consequent upon the construction of
the Grand Trunk Pacific railway.
It is said that on account of the
mining interests of Canada having
become such an important element,
the Liberal government will create a
new portfolio in the cabinet, that of
minister of mines, and that W. A.
Galliher, the coming member for
Kootenay, will fill the position, being well qualified by his knowledge
of these interests.
The Liberal government does not
take entire credit for the great prosperity of Canada during the past
eight years. Providence has been
very kind to the Dominion ; but the
Laurier government haB turned every
advantage toward the bettering of
conditions in the whole country.
The Conservative party at the present time is not the party of Sir John
A. Maedonald. It is now the party
of Populism, which had its birth on
the other side of the line.
Premier McBride and lion. H.
Green are signalling to Martin Hur-
rell to go away buck and sit down
and not expose the weakness of the
Conservative party this province.
At first J. K. Johnson wanted to
"show up tbe Conservatives of Grand
Forks" by supporting the Liberal
candidate; but finally decided he
could do tbem more harm by using
hfa paper in their behalf.  Poxy ,1. K.
Between the uppereuts he is getting from Thc Sun and the kicks be
is receiving from his own balky
Newts-Gazette these days, J. K. Johnson must feel rather buttered.
Too Much Johnson?
IT IS HIGHLY INJURIOUS
To use a cheap drastic physio. Safest
remedy for constipation aud torpid
liver is Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and Butternut, which loosen the
bowols without griping pains. Ose
only Dr. Hamilon's Pills. Price 26o,
IL K Woodland, druggist.
As the Liberal candidate in this
electoral district, I respectfully solicit
your votes and influence.
No attempt will be made to discuss
the general issues of the campaign in
this address. Since receiving the Lib
era! nomination in January last, I
have visited many parts of the riding
and made myself thoroughly acquaint--
ed with its requirements, This work
will be continued until election day,
but owing to the large extent of ter
ritory to be covered, it is a physical
impossibility to visit all sections or
personally interview all the electors.
I therefore avail myself of this opportunity to ask for your sufl'rage.
Permit me to direct your attention
to some matters of local importance.
Yale-Cariboo fully warrants the expenditure of public money in its development. The government has already
done much in this direction. It has
granted aid to several lines of rail
way; government owned telegraph and
telephone lines have been constructed;
the necessary money has been voted
to secure telephonic communication
through the rich Nicola and Similkameen districts, and telegraphic communication between Vernon and Kelowna. Iu order that the practically
inexhaustible mineral, timber ami
agricultural resources of the district
may he fully developed, this policy of
governmental aid'Jmust be continued.
It is important that Yale-Ciirilwo
shall return as its member one who
can direct the attention of the govern
uieh't to matters of vital importance to
the district, and who will support the
government in its aggressive policy of
development." It is particularly im
portant that the electors of this riding
should dhow their appreciation of the
government's broad,1 statesmanlike
plan of constructing another transcon
tinental railway which will be the
chief factor in opening up the northern
portions of tJipi-iding. Brauch lines to
connect wjtli .the southern -transcontr--
netital line will suaJiy follow amP the
whole interior of the province will be
opened up. . .,' .    •■ \;x.:  \
. BrieJly, my policy, so far as Yale-"
Cariboo is concerned, is a policy 6f 'development of all its important sections.
Witiifl, leader whose record fills with
pride all people of thia country, irrespective of party affiliations; supporting a government whose eight years, of
wise, progressive administration has
placed Canada hi a proud position
among the nations of the world, and
at the same time has more closely connected the ties which bind us to the
mother country, and fully endorsing a
policy which, means so much to the
western portion of the Dominion, and
more particularly to the district of
Yale-Cariboo, I await with confidence
your verpict.
Yours very sincerely,
DUNCAN ROSS.
Greenwood, October 6, 1904.
"NOT IF IT COST TEN DOLLARS!
A bottle would I be without Poison's
Nerviline," writes J. A. Ruth, a farmer liAing near Trenton, Ont. "Nerviline is the best household remedy I
know. Wa use it for stomach troubles, indigestion, headache and summer Complaint. I know of nothing better to take in hot water to break up a
cold, or to rub ou for rheumatism or
uralgia." Every farmer should keep
a few bottles of Nerviline handy and
have smaller doctor bills, Large hot-
tes !i5u   H. E. Woodland, druggist.
Miningock Quotations
Adrtl.
American Hoy  7'
Ben-IIur...;  2\
BlackTail  .'I
Canadian Gold Fields I!
Caribo«KMeK.)ex*div. 1J
Centre Star  25
Denoro Mines  22
Fairview  tf
Fisher Maiden  ■'(
Giant  2
(iranby Consolidated.8,-1.2o      8-'J
Morning Glory  U
Mountain Lion  11
Porth Star(E, K.)... fi
Payne  10
Qu'ilp  15
Ramblrr-Cariboo  22.',
San Poil  2j
Sullivan  fij
Tom Thumb  2
War Eagle Con  H
Waterloo (assess, pd). li
White Bear "      ""., +J
Bid
n
2
2
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Synopsis of Rejtulatlons Disposal of Minerals
on Uomlnlon Lands (n Manitoba, the Northwest TerrltirlM and the Yukon Territory.
CoAli-Cc-nl lands nitty be iiiirchnN«-l for $1(1
Per acre for m-ft coul mitt fin fnr antlirn<itt«.
Not more tliun 820 mirna cim lie Hctmirt---] by
one Iriilivi-hiitl Di-fompiuiy. ftoyulty ut Die
i-iiteof III feiitH per t<>it of 8000 ■hhukIh --hull
Im- oolteotau on ie row* output,
QuaKTsc  Penoui of eighteen years and
over uml joint itOOK •■oliipatilen holding free
inlneri'certlttofttea may obtain eutry for u
mining locution.
A free miller's certificate 1* granted for
one or more yean, not exceeding the, upon
imytm-iit in udviiuue of $7.!HI par minimi fur
au Individual, unit from ffiO to flOOper Milium for u eoiiipuuy uueordliig to capital.
A free iiiIiut, having discovered ooal In
pluce. may locate u cluim i.-ooxl'.ini feet hy
mnrhhigoiit the same with two legit) poNts,
lieuriui-- Lin.* i.>u notices, one al euch end ou
the lode or vein.
The rluim shall he recorded within fifteen
days if located within ten miles of a mining
recorder's office, one additional day  al lowed
inr euch addltiotiul tea miles or fraction,
'he fee for recording n claim is $11.00,
At leant $1(10 must he expended on the claim
t!iu'li year ni' paid to the mining recorder lu
'leu thereof. When $"i00 lias heen expended
or paid, thc locator muy, upon huvlug a survey made, aud upon complying with the
other renuirements, purvhu'sc   the   land   at
$ 1,00 an acre,
Permission may he grouted by the Minister
of the Interior to locate,claims containing
iron and mica, uU-i copper, iu the Yukon
Territory, of an nrea not exceeding itiu ncres.
The patent for a milling locution shull provide for the piiymeut of royally ou the sides
not exceeding five percent.
Placer Mining, Mtiuitohu and the -Ninth'
Went Territories, excepting the Yukon Ter*
ritoiy.—Placer mining claims generally are
100 feet sqnitre: entry fee $5.00, renewable
veurly. On the Nortli Suskutchewan river
claims for either bar or bench, the former
"jeiiig 100 feet long and extending between
iilgb und low water murk The latter Include* bar digplngs, but extends back to thu
base of the hill or hank, hut not exceeding
1000 feet. Wheae sieam power is used, claims
200 feet wide may he obtained.
Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba, and the
North-West Territories, excepting the Yukon
Territory .—"A free miner may obtain oiily
two lenses of live miles each for u term of
twenty rears, renewable iu the discretion of
the M hiister of the Interior.
The leasee's right is confined to the submerged bed or bars of the river below low-
water mark, and subject to the rights of all
all persons who have, or who muy receive entries for bar diggings or bench elaliur, ex-
oept ou the Suskntchewun river, where the
lessee may dredge to high water murk on
each alternate leasehold.
Tho lessee shall huve a dredge in operation
Within one seuson from the dnte-of the lease
fur each five miles, but where a person ur
company bus obtained mora than one leaie,
one dredge for euch flftsen miles or fraction
is sufficient. Itental, IU per annum for each
mileof river leuucd. Royalty at the rate of
2»h iter cent collected ou the output after It
reaches #10.000.' „ '   '.     . •  ■ j
Dredging In the Yukon Territory.-Six
lenses of five miles each may be granted to a
free miner for u term of twenty, years, also
renewable- "" ' , '
The iessee'-i right is. confined to ""> submerged beds or bars In the river below low
water wutur mark, that boundary to he fixed
by its position on the 1st day of August in the
year of the date of tlielease. ■■
-, The lessee shall have one dredge in 'Opera*
tion within two years frote the-daWOf the
lease, and one dredge for each five miles
within six pear*- from such date, Iteutui,
$100 per mile for first yenr, und $10 pet mile
for euch subsequent year. Hoynlty, Same as
plucer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory. -
Creek, gulch, river aud hill claims shnl! not
exceed 254) feet in length, measured on the
base line or generul direction of the cr creek
or gulch, the width being 1000 to ttUd All
other placer claim-' shull he 'Ml feet M'nui'e.
Claims ure innrked by two tegul posts, one
at each end, bearing nolices l'.nti.v must he
obtained within ten days, if the claim is
within ten miles of mining recorder's office.
One additional dny allowed for each nddl-
tloniil ten miles or fra'tton.
The person or eomputiy -in Iti in; n claim
must hold H free miner'- certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine I*. entitled to
a claim of I mil feet in length, ami If the party
consist-* of two 1-'mmi feet altogether, on Ihe
output of which no royalty will he charged :
the rest of Ihe party ordinary claims only,
Entry fee fin. Royalty at the pate nf SU per
cent on the vulne of the gold shipped from
tbe Yukon Territory, to be pttM to ihe Comptroller.
No free minershall receive ngrunt of more
thnn one mining cluim ou each separate
river, creek or gulch, but the same miner
muy hold au) number «f clulnis by purchase,
und free miners muy work their Dlalths iu
partnership l*y filing notice and paying fee
of $2. A cluim muy be nbundoiteci and an*
at her obtained nn the same creek, gulch or
river, by giving notice and paying u tee.
Work must he done on a ciulm euch year to
the value of at leiist $200.
A certificate thut work has been done must
be obtained euch year. If not, the claim
shall he deemed to be iibandoned, and open
to occupation aud entry hy a free miner.
Tho boundaries of u claim may be defined
absolutely by having a survey made and publishing notices iu the Yukon Official (iczette,
PRTHoLBUlt—All unappropriated l)i»iuiii
Ion lauds in Manitoba, the North- West Territories and within the Yukon Territory are
open to prospecting fin-petroleum, and the
Minister tuny reserve for an individual or
company having machinery uu tho html to he
hrospected, an area of liln acres. Should the
pi-ospcctor discover oil ill pitying quuutitieH,
and satisfactorily establish such  discovery,
an area not exceeding W0 ncres, including the
oil well aud such other hind as may hedciert
mined, will he sold to the discoverer nt the
rate of $1.00 un acre, subject to royalty ut
such rase as muy be specified hy order-in-
council.
.1AMliS A. SMART,
Deputy of the Minister ofthe Interior,
Dcpurtmenl of the Interior, Ottuwu.
Cl-AIM.S  AND     A'X'OMIM.ISIfSTENTS—
We do■ more thaii jut-i protnifce you
good printing—we do the printing
that's up to our promises. Any office
cub can promise—we execute. No
disappointment^-if we promise work
on a date, it's done at that time.
The Palm
WM. P.
NKWTON,
Proprietor
A FRESH STOCK OP
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
i
A handsomely fitted up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Millinery Goods
•The largest and most carefully
selected stock of Fall and Winter ,
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
Ever brought t*i Grand Forks lias been opened up for the inspection of the
ladies of the city. The goods have now arrived from Winnipeg. Correct style?. Moderate prices. Inspect my goods before making
your fall purchases. "FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING in connection.
-JMISS^E WEBB
CASK BLOCK, CORi B:
l^AND.SECOND STS.
P.Burns&Co.
DEtALEf-iS IN AL,)^'KINDS OP
FRESH C& CURED
M E i-VCT S
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
H
THF-L
COZIE8TJ
AND
MOST
1! I'TO-
DATK
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THE
CITY.
THU BEST OF EVERYTHING.
THE CLUB
FIRST  STREET
,10E THATCH KB,
PndPIUF.TOR,
X Good Things
In the Grocery Lines are always on sale in our establishment.
The spiee that's nice, the pepper that's hot,
Ami the mustard that's fit to put in the pot.
Are among .our fresh seasonings of unsurpassed purity.
Our Fine Groceries
Are known far and wide, ami have an enviable fume. He who won't
be advised can't be helped, but we can help you if you'll purchase our
good Tea, Coffee, etc.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C P. R. Station
LADIES WANTED.
A Biiigiit Energetic Woman—
woman's work. Permanent position.
Old established business house of solid
iimm.'ial standing. Salary $12 to $18
weekly, with expenses, paid each Monday direct from headqurtei's. Expenses
advanced. We furnish everything.
Address, Secretary, 620 Monon Block,
Chicago, 111.
• WANTED.
Special Representative in this
county and adjoining territories to
i-epresent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $21 weekly with
expenses, paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Expenses
advanced; position permanent. We
furnish everything. Address. THE
.COLUMBIA, 630 Monon Building,
Chicago, 111.
Great reduction in Fall and Winter
Hats and all kinds of Millinery floods
from now until the end of the season
at Mrs. Gray's, Sears block, Winnipeg
avenue. Dressmaking parlors in connection.
Nicely furnished rwims, with or
without board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone 27.
Office over Hunter-
Kendrick Co. 's Store.
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest styles an<l
can guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See I u»
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
.M Kit I 'll A NTT AII.il It,
QRAND PORKS, B. C.
Wait for the Japanese Nightingale
One might aa well have no watch as
one that's fast or slow. An accurate
watch isn't necessarily an expensive
one—we have a variety of styles at
comparatively low prices that are
guaranteed to keep good time. A. D.
Morrison.
DR MACDONALD
DENTIST
Graduate Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Block.
Phone 138. Grand Forks, B. C.
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
by J. W. Jones.
Baths 25c at the
Shop, Victoria hotel.
FINE LAUNDERING.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
i SHIRTS WASHED CLEAN AND
Palace   Barber!      NICE   AND  IRONED  BY
laiuu    Mai Ik i MACHINERY,  - NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
Razor honing a specialty  at  the
Palace Barber Shop, Victoria hotel.
Just arrived, up-to-date Ready-to-
Weara.    MissM. E. Webb, Milliner.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 'Inc.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX   PKKHHYTKUIAN   OHUROH   Grinul
Korku   ,).    U.   KnhertH'iti.    B.A.,    p-intor.
Service* every Binidai «t n a.m. ur«t 7;*i p.
m.i Siitnlii.v lehuol mul Hihli- plug- :t I'. "■•;
Weitiuhu-Hir Guild of (7 B„ TiiBMluy. 8
p.m.
miSTMKTHOlHST.'luniril Corner Main
.uml I'ittli nIn 17 Miiuiifl, I'liMtar. ServlceN
ivci.v Siiii-liiy at 11 ii. in, uml 7.10 p.m.:
flii-.- ini't'tltiir nl cIiim* nf morulnif nervier;
SiiiiiIiiv Hctioul uml lllhli' elimmtt 8 |i. in.:
Iiniver meeting ■■vit.v Tliiir-.il.iv evciiini*
at 8 o'clock. TlixpiililifUfui'dliillyliivllnr.
HOLY THINITV 0HUKOH {Ohjiroh of Km--
IiimiI). IJraiiil Fiii-Iin, Hi'iiry Steele., vleur-
Htily Communion, H ii. in.; inni'tilii]*: iiruyer
audiermoii, 11 it. m.iSundtiy aehool, 8 ii. in.;
Rvein<ni(i mul Mprmou, T:'Mt p. m. All are
curillully Invited,
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE,
PEER Mineral Claim, iltuate In the Grinul
Forkii   Minim:   MvUloii   uf   Yale  Dlstriet.
Where located;   In liurnt Bun in.
TAKE NOTICE tlmt I. Kenneth L Bur not,
I of Hounl and, H. 0.,agent fnr Kobnrt Et.
Crawford. BTee Miner*! I -Jrtltleate No. H157i«i;
Fred l.uiiL-i', Free Minor's Certificate No.
B746M. and-John Shaw, Free Miner's CeriiR-
eate No, HWMSW, Intend, sixty dn.vn from tlm
tlate hereof, tn ft only Tn tlm Minim.' Uei-urdei
for a (!»*rtilieatn of liii|irovemeiitH, for the
pinpOHP of nhtuhiiiiK ll 4>oH'ii (fl'Hiit of lli"
nhove eliilm.
And farther take not lee tlmt net ion. under
Seellou  R7,  iii ust   t-n pomineneeil In-fore tlte
i-.nai.ee nf ittoh Oerttfleafe of ImnrnvemeiiU.
Hated till,- twelfth .lay of July. A.I). IIHII.
KENNhTll I. Itl'RSKT, P.l.,8.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
Next   to   Chinese  Store
RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
W. 11.
I'.CLKMBNT                          JOHN D. 81'BNOE
r
1MT <?? WMW
t
LMlulM -x orf/lM
HurrlnterH, tsollcltorH,
NoUirleM. Btc-
Bidet
HliK'k, Corner Whinipei*,  Avenue and
First Streeti
GRAND R0BK8, It. C.
A. MACKINTOSH
Transferring and
Light Draying
Grand Forks, B. C.
Grand torich fisderai, la-
Iuu-   Union   No.   231, A.1..U.—
Meet*   every   Wednesday   evening
nt 8 u'cluck in   Federal   Union  hull.
Dan Kkli.y, 1'ick.
Jas. A. Haiihis, Sou. ' ,
WANTKD-MHN AND WOMEN HI till, enmity
mul urlic.4tiit.tr tarrltoplei to repreuni nut)
llllM.I'll...  Il.l.l  ll     • —» Sll.l 1 -1..-.I     lllHI.I'     III     M.li.l
tllimirlal .la'iilltiit. salary to men $21 wi-vh-
ly, to Hoiin-ii t]S TO 4*111 newklj'i W llli i-xiieusi-s
iiilviiiiri><l i'iii'Ii .Momla.v l» I'lici'k direct Irom
lieailimmti'r.. Horn, ami ulllTRJr fiiriil.lii.il
tvlit'ii Iteoei.UI'yi iio.lt.on iir.rman.iit. Ail-
rire.li   IllfW   Urol.   >v   Co..U0pt.   A.   .Monon
HitiK, Chlco&o, til,
NOTICE
To the   Moartl of Lieem-inK Uufntnlplotteri
In and fnr tin' city of Grand Eqrlti.
NOTICK is hereby «lven that the under-
nittiietl will, at the next meetlnjr of tiie
Hoard of LloeiihluirCtimmlKBloni'i*** iu/. tlm
City of Grand Korku, apply for atttanefOr
of the Hotel Ueeuue Kumted lu reapei't of
the "Wliiiilpiif,'," Wluliipeif uveuue. Grand
For lite, from me to I'.inil Larieu.
Dated at Grand forks. II. C, title 8th day or
Aiimi-I, 1904.
NOKMAM JACKSON.
NOTIOE IS IIKKKHV   GIVEN  THAT THfi
(■n-purtiu'1-.hip heretofora exlttltia be*
tween the unitei'**i«ii('<l at liott-lket-peiH in the
PaolHo Hotel, Grand forks. II 0,, under the
ti nn name of Slo^t-'y <( Diiiuilil, him hei'ii thi,
tin «' iti — il ■- *--l bj unit nul i mis.■nl. Al) ilehtH
due  the  sttld   firm are tn   lie  paldtoC. V.
Shinny, end all partiterxhliMlebte arcouutml
for to the li i in are to he pultl hy lilm.
O. V. SLOGUTi
THOU. DONALD.
Wilin'ss:    l„ I-'. MoioilKON.
Dated this 12th <1ay of .Se|itenliter, IIM.
PROCLAMATION
Electoral District Yale-Carilmnj to Wit:
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
to the electors of the electoral
district aforesaid, that, in obedience
to His Majesty's writ to ine direct^],
and bearing date the twenty-ninth
day of September, 1904,1 require the
presence of the said electors at Raven's
Hall in the city of Kamloops, on
TUESDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
NOVEMBER, 1904, from noon until
two of the clock in the afternoon, for
the purpose of nominating a person to
represent them in the House of Commons of Canada; and that in case a
poll is demanded and billowed in the
manner by law prescribed, such poll
will be opened on the twenty-
second day of November, in the
year nineteen hundred and four, from
the hour of nine in the forenoon till
live of the clock in the afternoon in
euch of the polling divisions, that is to
say:
Polling Division No. 1—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Cariboo. Polling will be held in this
division at the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Barkerville 9. Horsefly
2. Stanley 10. Keithley Creek
3. Quesnel 11. Biskle Creek
4. Alexandria       12, Alexis Creek
5. Soda Creek       13. Beaver Lake
6. Spence's Bridge 14. Fraser Lake
7. Quesnel Forks 15. Hanceville
.8. Bullion
Polling Division No. 2—Comprising the provincial electoral district of
Lillooet. Polling will be held in this
division at the following stations,
namely:
No. No.
1. Clinton 9. Lillooet
2. 83-Mile House, 10. Pavilion
D.A.StxxldartVll. Empire Valley
3. Bonaparte 12. Watson Bar
4. Big Bar Creek
5. Dog Creek 13. Ample    Mine,
6. Alkali Lake Cayoosh Creek
7. North Lac La   14. Fraser   River,
Hache Pachehjua
8. Lac La Hache
Polling Division No. 3—Com] rising the provincial electoral district of
Yale, excepting that portion comprised within the Dominion electoral
district of New Westminster, to-wit:
All that portion of the provincial electoral district of Yaleadjoining the provincial electoral district of Dewdney,
and lying west of a line commencing
at the north-east corner of the provincial electoral district of Chilliwack,
thence following the Fraser river to a
point one mile l>eyond the villnge of
Yale, aud thence f4>llowing a straight
line to the mirth-east ctn-ner of the
provincial electoral district ot Dewdney.
No. No.
1. Spuzzum 9. Lower Nicola
2. CfttnpNft. Iti    10. Coutlet-
8,   North Bend       11. Nicola Lake
4. Kt;efcr 12, Aspen Grove
.").  Lytton 13. Thynnu's ranch
(I. Spence's Bridge l*f. Mammet Lake
7. Ashcroft 15, Coldwater
6. Cache Creek
PoLLtifO Division No. 4—Compris
ing the provincial electoral district ot
KoifUoops, Polling will be held iit
this division at the following stations,
namely:
No.   ' Ni..
1. Savana 10. Grand Prairie
2. Kamloops        11. Tappon Billing
8. KuiiiliHips 12.   Kindt
I.   Kamloops 13. Notch Hill
o,   West Side N,    14.  Sieanioiis
Thompson river 16. Salmon Aim
(i. East Side N.    Iii. Oriflin Lake
Thompson liver 17.  Mulakwa
7. Louis Creek     1*. QiiUoheiu
5. Monte Creek     19. (ilenemma
9. Shuswap 20. CampbellC ivk
21. stump Uke
Polling Division No. "i -Compris
[ngHhe provincial el.ctoral di.itirct oi
0kuiiuo'.ui, t*olhu-j will b' held >n
thisdivi-iion at the following station*.
namely:
Nt).   * No.
1. Punticlon       i2. Cherry Orocji
2. Summerland   18, Salmon   UiytH
:t.  IVachland Bridge
4. West Bank 11. ()kaiia;iiii
.3. Keiownn *•"'.  Ai'limtlutig
(i, Ufiivuiilin H».  hnderbv
7. Cummoirngt' 11.  Mara
s. Vernon IS. Deep Creek
il. Vernon 19.  llm, tar
10. Lumby 2K Cunoe Ciwk
11. Maliel  l-ake 21, Stiver C'i-i.-k
Polling Division No. 6—Compiis-
; the provincial electoral district of
Similkameen.    Polling will be held in
this division at the followirig stations
namely:
No. No.
1. Beaverdell 9. Voigt's Camp
2. Westbridge       10. Keremeos
3. Rook Creek      11. Hedley
4. Sidley Mountln 12. Nickel Plate tn
5. Cp. McKinney 13. Princeton
(>. Okanagan Falls 14. Granite Creek
7. Fairview 15. Tulameon,  Ot-
8. White Lake ter, Flat
Polling Division No. 7—Comprising the provincial electoral distiict of
Greenwood. Polling will be held in
thisdivision at the following stations,
namely;
No. No.
1. Greenwood      6. Eholt
2. Greenwood      7. Deadwood
3. Greenwood      8, Denoro
4. Midway 9. Rock Creek
0. Boundary Falls
Polling Division No. 8—Comprising the provincial electoral district
of Grand Forks. Polling will be held
in tbis division at the following stations, namely:
No. No.
1. Grand Forks   5. Phoenix
2. Grand Forks   6. Ctiscnde
£3. Grand Forks   7. Bannock
4. Phoenix 8. Carson
AND FURTHER, that on the
tenth day of December, 1904, at the
city of Kamloops, I shall open the ballot boxes, add up the votes given for
the several candidates and return as
elected the one having the majority of
votes.
Of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and to govern
themselves accordingly.
Given under my hand at Kamloops,
this fourteenth day of October, in the
year 1904.      DANIEL O'HARA,
Returning Officer
WANT-50
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
I. VI
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE.
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and surrounding territory td represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
fitfree. Write for particulars and Mend 25 cents for our
pocket microscope, just the
thing to use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE &, WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nubsemes,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -     -    -    ONTARIO
TRANSFER
COMPANY
YALE
Tom Peterson
Heavy and Light Draying of
all Kinds Done Promptly.
Driving and Saddle Horses for
Sale or Hire.
WOOD FOR SALE
GIIANBY STREET,
Phone 85. GRAND FORKS
Leave orders at the Palm Fruit Store.
R. C. MCGUTCHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors and
Windows.
RIVERSIDE AVENUE
Oppoutte J. W. Jones' Furniture Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
u
NION HOTEL AND MUSIC HALL
Jlar 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
Furn iture Deciler
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables nnd 86fllS just arrived. Cull and inspect them.
Also n stock of Blankets, Quills, Pillows, etc., to he sold
nt greutlv reduced prices. See our displny uf Pictures
fur Christmas.
lUVKUSIHK AVENUE, ORAND FORKS, B.C,
RIDERAGENTSWANTED
In each town to take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"BolllSB," Complete $8.75
" CoSSack," Guaranteed nidi Grade $10.75
"Siberian," A Beauty $12.75
"Heudorf,"      Road Racer      $14.75
no better bicyclo at any price.
Any other mnke or model you wan* at one-third
Usual price. Choice of any standard th'CB and best
equipment on all our blcjcloB.   Strongest guarantee.
Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL C. O. IX to any one
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS FREE
TRIAL before purchase Is binding.
500 Second Hand Wheels *»<} .  #Q
taken In t radii by our Chicago rctnlt stores, UU ■*•> WW
all maki!8 and modtils, m>od as new  ~
Mil AT DIIV a Mcyele until yon Imvo writcn for our
HUT BUT FACTORY PRICES AND FREE I'MAL OfrFfci..
Tlrai. equipment, mndriei and Hportlntr raid* of all kinds, at half nvular price.
liiourtiifllreftiundrteataloo. (Vint nlti* a world of UMfUl Information. Write for 1'..
J. L. HEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, Ul. C:
*s\
W.K.C. MANLY
...I.KAI.KIt IX..
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Groceries
(S
PHONE 6
BRIDGE STREET \
SHIPMENT
if Boundary mines for
1002.
309,858
20,800
141,826
7,455
FIRST-CLASS INK VK1IY
KliSl'ECT.'
sample rooms for
commercial
travellers
Opposite c. p, r. station,
GRAND FOHKS, 1). C.
Pacific Hotel
C. V. 8LOOUY, Proprietor
Bar in Connection:
Finest Brands Wines,
Liquors and Cigars,
To Cure a Cold While You Sleep
TAKE WEEKS'
'BREAK-UP-MOLD' TABLETS
25 DOSES—25 CENTS
NO CURE--NO PAY
H. E WOODLAND ^en,
Remember We Have a Night Service
Granby Hotel
Most Conveniently Located Hotel
in tiie Citv. . ,
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
Bur Supplied with the
Finest Brands of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B. C,
Harness Shop
We have opened up in the
HARNNESS AND SADDLERY business on
BRIDGE   STREET 22a,"°a
BotUlnfC Work!
Repairing of All Kinds a Specialty. Our Stock is the most
complete in the Boundary dirtrict, and is being constantly
added to by the ujrival of new goods from the east.
A. A. Frechette   (®,   Co.
Grand Forks, B. C.
N. D. McINTOSH
FIRST STREET, ORAND FORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Bed-Rock Prices. Largest Variety of
Goods in the City.
New and Second-Hand Goods
Bought nnd Sold. Call nnd Inspect My Goods. A Great Variety
of New Articles Constantly Kept in Stock.
Stoves a Specialty
See Mac for Bargains
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
Hay, 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.
BOUNDARY   ORE
The following table gives the ore shipments
lnO!", 1(10-1, and for the past week:
1000       1001.
Granbv Mines,Phoenix  64,533   281,762
Snowshoe,   I'hoenix        '207        1,7"21
Brnrtklvn, Phoenix  150
Mother 1 nib*. Findwod.     5,840     00,0:!4
Sunset, Deadwood   X04
Morrison, DeadwObd,.,.'.  150
B. C. Mine, Summit  10,404     47,405     14,811
Emma, Summit  650 ■    8,580
Senator, Summit Camp           	
Oro Denoro, Summit Camp                  	
Brey Foglo, Summit Cnnip                  	
No. 87,. Summit Camp                     	
Mountain Rose                	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070        1,040
Golden Crown, Wellington     2,250
Athelstan, Wellington.     1,200
No. 7 Mine, Central	
City of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, Long Lake       100
Providence, Providence	
Elkhorn, Greenwood	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,380
wos
303,181
74,212
S
1000,  1001, 1903,
1004    Post Week
406,860     10,170
550
665
785
625
482
138,070
15,731
3,330
10,305
22,037
363
15/537
0,403 •     1,74(1
104.041       2,880
273 270
2,435
5,646
33,221
2,426
10,020
222
354
1,304
1,063
66
33
8,866
210
2,175
210
003
400
167
601
300
24(i
0,801
325
Totnl, tons..
Granby Smelter trentec
00,730   300,000   507,515   684,420    694,736      16,432
62,387   230,828   312,340   401,921    505,181 _ 10,900
- %*r - - - - -
WHAT IS CATARRH!
It is an Inflammation of the mucous |
lining of the throat, bronchial tubes I
and nasal passages, excited by gei'ins
that can only be destroyed by fragrant,
healing Catarrhozone, which is
breathed direct to the seat of the disease, and never yet failed to cure.
Pleasant to take, absolutely certain to
enre. Catarrhozone always gives satisfaction. "I suffered from nasal catarrh so badly that ,1 couldn't breathe
through my nostrils," writes G. K.
Wilmot of Meriden. "I used Catarrhozone for a few minutes and was relieved. It cured in a slim-) time." No
other remedy just like Catarrhozone—
it's the best. Two months' treatment
$1.00; trial size 25c. H. E. Woodland,
druggist.
Our stock of watches was never
larger or more attractive. With the
best movements that Amorica makes,
we have about every variety of case
that choice may suggest or circumstance demand. A. D. Morrison, the
Jeweler.
A STUDY OF OLD AGE
Reveals the foot that the blood is
usually thin and lacking in the
strengthening properties of youngfolks'
blood. If you want to fill your blood
with the lire of youth, build up your
strength, restore your nerves, just use
Ferrozone. It's the most potent tonic
known and will renew the flickering
flame of an aged life by imparting
nourishment to enfeebled organs. Ferrozone fortifies weak systems, feeds
the blood, brain and nerves with new
life. Try Ferrozone. Price 50c per
box. H. E. Woodland, drug-gist.
To keep good time, a watch must
have a good movement—tbe case is a
matter of taste. We can supply you
with a thoroughly reliable movement
in any style or kind of ease you may
have a preference for. A. D. Morrison.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT YALE-CARIBOO
TO WIT:
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
to the Electors of the Electoral
District aforesaid, that a poll has been
demanded at the Election now pending
for  the suid Electoral   Distri.it,   and
shut    I have granted  such poll; and
further,   that the persons duly nominated   at   the   said Election, anil for
whom only votes will be received, are :
1.        MAllTIN BURRELL,
of Winnipeg avenue, Grand Forks, B.
C, Rancher.
ERNEST MILLS,
of the City of Greenwood, in the Province of British Columbia, Smelter
man.
3. DUNCAN ROSS,
of the City of Greenwood, in the Province of Britisli Columbia, Publisher.
Of   which   all persons are hereby required to take notice  and to  govern
themselves accordingly.
Given under my  hand at Kamloops,
this  lirst day of November in the
year 1904.
DANIEL O'HARA,
Returning Ollicer,
I
Santa  Claus'
Headquarters
$
W. H, ITTER & CO.
Received, a letter from
Santa Claus, saying: I
am sending you all the
Toys, Fancy Goods and
Noveltiesthjsyear. Your
store will not be large
enough to hold half the
beautiful things.
Resides all kinds of Toys, Fancy
Goods and Novelties, I am sending you
Enough Beautiful
CHINAWARE
to Open a China Store.
Please ask all the little people to make
out a list of what they would like and
send it to the store.
And don't forget to serve
Tea and Cake again to
the ladies this year.
HITTER* CO.
TELEPHONE All5
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