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Postoffice V
Grand Forks, B. C, Friday, May I, 1903
No. 52
Silver-Lead   Question   Debated at a Public Meeting
Wednesday Night.
A joint meeting of the board of
trade and citizens was held Wednesday evening in the board of trade
rooms on Riverside avemie,. for the
the purpose of urging the federal
government to assist the Canadian
lead industry by granting an adequate bounty to lead,producers.
Mayor Burrell presided) and, considering the short notice which had
been given, the meeting was fairly
well attended by (representative citizens!, who took a lively interest in
the discussion.
The following resolution, offered
. by Mayor Burrell, and seconded by
L.    Eckstein,    was    unanimously
That, whereas the mining industry of British Columbia, and the
silver-lead mines in particular, has
suffered grievously from the depreciation in the value of lead, and from
other causes.;
Be it, therefore, resolved that this
meeting urge the Dominion government, if they do not find it possible
to remedy the existing grievances by
a re-adjustment of the tariff, to grant
such a bonus as may place the
silver-lead industry on a satisfactory
basis, and tend to its rapid and
profitable development, it being
otherwise likely to be crushed out
of existence, as is seen from the fact
that the production of lead in 1900
was 33,000 tons, decreasing subsequently year by year to 17,000 tons.
This meeting suggests that a suitable bonus for the necessities of the
case would be 84 per tort on lead in
ore mined in Canada; a substitute
bonus of $8 per ton on lead in ore
mined and smelted in Canada and
exported as base bullion; a substitute of $10 per ton on lead in ore
mined, smelted and refined in Canada, supported by such declarations
iw are necessary from mining companies, smelters or by other satisfactory proof.
THE FRANK CATASTROPHE
The town of Frank, Alherta, was
visited Wednesday morning by the
worst disaster that has ever befallen
any community in western Canada,
possibly in the entire Dominion.
A land slide of such gigantic magnitude as ^o be utterly inconceivable
to the mind of any whose eye has
not beheld it, killed fifty-six people,
destroyed the plant of the Canadian-
American Coal & Coke company,
did a vast amount of damage to the
mine, and completely devastated
about 10 square miles of the finest
and most picturesque section of the
Crow's Nest pass.
The dead are: Alex Lecth, merchant, wife and four boys; C. Ack-
royd, miner, and wife; A. Clark,
laborer, wife and five children; J.
Siroth, driver; Andrew Gresack,
trapper; G. Williams, miner, wife
and five children; the wife and six
children of WiMiam Warrington,
miner; John Van Dusen, carpenter,
wife and two children; B. Sumis, F.
Sumis, B. Yeskid, F. Farrington,
D. Foster, A. Dawes, Thomas
Lock, M. Mardigian, all miners and
single; James Graham, ranches, wife
and two grown sons, John and Joseph; Alex Graham, laborer, and
wife; Robert Watt, laborer; T. Ro-
chette, laborer; Thomas Delap, engineer; A. Tashgian, weighman;
Soseph Brighton, J. K. Scott, Frank
Vouchan, John McVeigh and J.
Leonard, all employes of Pouporc
& McVeigh, railroad contractors.
Fatally injured: Mrs. John
Wattkins, terribly crushed and internally injured; Lester Johnson,
aged 14, internally injured.
Others injured: James Warrington, thigh fractured; Afred A. Watt-
kins' girl, many severe contusions;
Sennis' wife and four children, more
or less seriously injured.
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The most terrible accident in thc
history of the C. P. R. in the Boundary occurred Tuesday morning directly in the Phoenix switching
yards, the victim, a railway employe, hjiving his head instantly
severed from his body. A long
string of ore dumps was being
backed up the Phoenix hill at 9:30,
with conductor Ed Sterling in
charge. The caboase was on thc
forward end, and F. E. Dohohoe, a
brakeman, stood on the lower step
of the car. As it backed up the
grade, in some unknown manner
Donohoe evidently slipped and fell
under the wheels of the caboose anil
five cars passed over him, cutting
his head and one limb off clean. No
one saw the fatality, and consequently exactly how it occurred will
never be known. Donohoe had been
employed on the ore trains from the
Granby mines to the Granby smelter for some six weeks, coming here from the States. He was
an Irishman, about 42 years of age,
and as far as known was a single
man.
When Six Furnaces Are in
Blast the Granby Will Reduce That Amount.
The first carload of the machinery
has arrived in the city for the Nos.
5 and 6 furnaces, which will be installed at the Granby smelter this
summer, from the manufacturers,
the Allis-Chalmers company, of Chicago, who made the1 other four blast
furnaces. Other shipments are expected without delay. Supt. Hodges
is making arrangements to have the
work of erection started at once,
and no time will be lost in placing
the new machinery in commission.
When all six furnaces are in epera-
tion, the Granby smelter will have
a daily capacity of 2300 tons of ore,
all of which will be furnished by the
company's mines at Phoenix.
"It is understood in mining circles in the east that the copper market will continue stiff during the
summer," said Jay P. Graves, ofthe
Granby smelter, who has just returned from an eastern trip, to a
Spokesman-Review reporter the other
day. "At present there is a , good
demand for the metal, and. the indications are that the demand will continue. The price will probably remain at about 15 cents. The Granby smelter is still bothered by the
lack of coke. The smelter has resumed operations, but it cannot secure the quantity of coke it requires.
It has obtained practically all thc
surplus on the coast. If operations
had not been so greatly reduced on
account of the coke situation the
company would have posted a dividend by this time. Notwithstanding this the company expects to i ay
a dividend early i» the summer.
Two additional furnaces are now
being constructed ut the smelter, and
when they are completed the total
capacity of the six furnaces will be
2400 tons. While I was in Boston
the Granby stock was placed on the
market." Reports from Boston say
that the price is from $4.75 to $5.25
a share.
SUNSET SAUNTERINGS
The Winnipeg avenue bridge
was closed to tratfic last Tuesday by
order of the city council, and when
the street is again thrown open it is
more than likely that the structure,
which   is   at present in  a danger
ous Condition, will have been
replaced by a graded street anil h
subway under the C. P. R. tracks,
Supt,, ,Downie, of the Kootenay division, who was in the city the early
part of the week, stated that 1<
would send in a recommendation !«>
the company that it build the supports for the tracks, and if this is
done, the cheapest method for the
city to maintain thc street Mould U
to put in the subway.
The V., \'.&E. had iinpi'oved fts
switching facilities by laying a sidetrack on the north side of the station
during the.present week.
A special ti o'clock chicken . dinner will be served next at, the Pacific
hotel, opposite C. P. R. station..
Miss M. Spence, of i Toronto, i arrived in the city Wednesday noon.
and will visit at the home of her,
brother, J. D. Spence, for some
time.
Miss Kate Peters' left this week
for Vernon, where 'she will enter » ,-■
hospital with the object of learning
the profession of scientific nursing...
Chas.   Rathwell,   of   the   Great.
Northern surveying force, has been  .
confined to his room at the Pacific
hotel during the past week   with n
severe attack of sickness.
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Chief Engineer Kennedy, of. the
V., V. & E., and Arthur Black and
A. Rae, of the surveying force of
that road, went up to Phoenix last '"
Wednesday. They returned to thit
city yesterday afternoon, after putting in a day's surveying work in
that camp.
A meeting of those financially in- .
terested in the East Kootenay coa)
and oil lands will be held at the office of Hay, McCallum & Wright.
Columbia street, tomorrow evening
at 8 o'clock.
Geo. Hill, head stonemason at the/
Granby smelter, met with a painful
accident last Tuesday morning, by
which he came very near losing tin-
sight uf  an eye.    While driving :i
spike, a portion of the  head   broke
off and (lew up and struck him   iii
the   eye,   cutting   a   deep    gash
Luckily thc pupil was not badly in
jured.    Dr.  Northrop   was   called,
who  dressed  the   wound.    He reports that his patient is  doing  well
and that the sight of his injured eye
will be saved.
Frank Hcrivcnerand wife, of landon, England, arc guests at the
Yale.
The distribution of tbe material
for the waterworks has about been
finished, and the work of laying the
mains will be commenced in a few
da vs. (Uljr £fwtttti} &mt
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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1903
'■iii The press of the province not subsidized by the C. P. R. is very emphatic in its denunciation of the action of Lieut.-Governor Joli in
refusing his assent to the bill preventing the Crow's Nest land steal.
One journal asserts that his failure
to do so appears to be thc new way
the C. P. li. has discovere I to circumvent the will of the parliament
and of the people of the province,
and suggests that par.iament should;
immediately appeal to theccuntry on
this issue. If this suggestion, is
carried out, the voice of the people
would be so definitely expressed at
the polls on this question . that i Sir
Henri would be asignominously retired from his office as was his ..pre-;
deccssor, Lieut.-Governor Mclnnes.
Thk bill brought in by. the Prior
government to validate order-in-
council cancelling granls to the, C.
P. R. of Southeast Kootenay, c.oa.1
and oil lands, has been dubbed the
"repudiation bill" by certain riap'crs,
whose editors undoubtedly receive
some slight remuneration for their
zeal in championing the interests 6f
the great Canadian octopus.' It "is
obvious that if a mistake has been
made, by which thc road might
benefit from a wrong to tho province,
any bill necssary to rectify that mistake is just and right. The term
'^repudiation bill" is merely a •subterfuge, employed on this occasion
to gain people's symathy in a wrong
cause.
amusements were also provided for
the entertainment of those present.
Refreshments were served.
Watkin Mills, the famous English basso, assisted by the renowned
Polish pianist, Eduard Parlovitz,
will appear at the. opera house on
Monday, May 11. This will be
their second visit to the city. Last
year's entertainment drew a crowded
and enthusiartic audience.
Since M. Burrell engaged. in the
nursery business at Grand Forks,
fruit culture has received more attention in the district. The excellent results obtained from getting
good stock and planting it' soon
after being taken from the nursery
has resulted in a much larger area
being planted out to fruit trees,
shrubs, etc.,"thisyear than in any
pr.eyjous season. Nursery stock obtained in the east is a long time on
the way and iB often injured by
.frost in transit. .Stock purchased
from American nurseries has to go
to Vancouver for inspector, so that
it, too, is liable to meet with injury
from the long time out of the
.ground. Stock obtained from the
Riverside Nurseries ean be planted
th,e same day it is taken from the
jUursery, the advantage of which is
plain to every one.—Midway Dispatch,
The legislature lis being widely
ci ngratulatcd by tne press and the
people generally on the unanimous
passage of the bill to ratify the
order-in-council cancelling the grants
to thc C. P. K. for the Southeast
Kootenay coal and oil lands.
TOPICS OF THE TOWN/'
C. A. DesBrisay, V., V. & ,E.
right of way agent) returned frijin
from Spokane yesterday.
i,i ;,  THE RECORDS
Following are'the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded at the office of the Grand
Forks Mining Division at Grand
Forks, April ,22th to 28thsnclusive:
RECORDS OF LOCATION.
Lime Dyke, Baker creek, a relocation of Lilian S., D. C. Beach and
Geo. C. Rose.    •
Londsdale, Summit camp, Pat
Collins.
Hom Wellington camp, a relocation of Tamarack, David Oxley.
Easter Eggs, Wellington camp,
Patrick Hickey.
White Rabbit, North Fork of
Kettle river. Edna E. Graham.
CERTIFICATES OF WORK.
Stollberg, Burnt Basin, John Wilford and Ulrich Kech.
Big Find, Burnt Basin, John Wilford and Ulrich Kech.
Augusta Fraction, Burnt Basin,
John Wilford and Ulrich Kech.
London Prize, Burnt Basin, John
Wilford.
"' Rawhide Fraction (furvey),Greenwood camp, John Molligan et al.
« Alpha, Eagle Mountain, J. Cran-
stoun.
{Senator, Summit camp, Henry
Hoffman.
Fremont Fraction, Summit camp,
:C'.'M. Tobiasson.
'    '"" TRANSFERS.
«oJ Morning (i),  Worcester
Italic Belor to Robert Hodge
.Rob Roy (i),  Worcester
Leslie Belor to Robert Hodge
"Summit   (£),   Worcester
Leslie Belor to Robert Hodge
Alexander (J),  Worcester
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camp,
camp,
camp,
TREES!
A successful social was given  afetggtygRjjg to Robert Hodge.
Miss Walker's, near the Methodist      Summit (1-6),   Worcester camp,
church, Wednesday  evening under Wellington S. Harris to R. Hodge.
thc auspices of thc Ladies'   Aid   of LAWJ^tH*> $%&%&&?*
,, .■       ii     u '        .'Hugh A. Harris to Robert Hodge.
Knox church     A lengthy pjf+^S^)   Worce8ter cLnp,
of literary and musical numbers was ^g^ jjarrj8 to R0hert Hodge.
rendered, nearly all the local talent (   j|prning( 1-6), Worcester camp,
taking   part.     Games    and   other'Hugh A. Harris to Robert Hodge.
For the convenience pf focal, cua-
tomers our packing' ground will
be on Winnipeg Ave , next to Dr.
Nnrthrop's. A full Assortment of
Trees and Shrubs oh hand.
Riverside Nurseries
SEED POTATOES
Choice Vartieties. Low Pricey.
FARM AND GARDEN SEEpS
in bulk, '»
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M. BURRELL, Winnipeg ave.
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The Grand Forks hotel, the oldest
hotel in the city, has a capacity
for 70 people. Everything up^jjo
date.   Rates, $1 and $1.50 per day.
Shamrock (1-32), Baker Creek,
Phineas N. Beach to Wm. N. Beach.
Thistle (1-32), Baker Creek,
Phineas N. Beach to Wm. N. Beach.
Rose (J-16), Baker Creek,Phineas
N. Beach to Wm. N. Beach.
The Harold Nelson dramatic company will commence their Grand
Forks engagement tonight at the
opera house, appearing in ''Richelieu." Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
a matinee will be given, when the
bill will be Shakespeare's drama,
"The Merchant of Venice." The
prices at this performance will be
25c for children and 50c for adults.
Tomorrow night Shakespeare's immortal tragedy, "Hamlet," will be
presented.
If you   want all the local news,
read The Evening Sun.
Klondike pool table.    Only one
in city.    Grand Forks hotel.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 25c.
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...AND...
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Supplies
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The largest and most complete stock In the
Boundary Country, Sample Books for making selections
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.      m&? ¥ token to y°ur residence-
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%    Cor. Bridge and Second Sts.
Confectionery
Tha only place In town
when you con buy
GANONG'S NOTED
G. B. CHOCOLATES
Mccormick's Famous
Maracatbo Chocolates
Pipe*, Tobacco*, Etc.
All Leading Brandt ol Cigar*
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Pacific Hotel
Phono 69.
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Opposite C.P. K. Station,
Columbia, B.C
The Evening-Sun job department
is the best equipped in the Boundary for printing neat pamphlets
and price lists. Our material is
new.    A new broom sweeps clean.
WHY GO EAST
Over the sun-burned, sage brush
and alkali plains, when you may
just as well take a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through the
heart of the Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by travelling on
the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "Scenic Line of the World,"
the only transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
and west, and afford a 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 per-
lect dining car service, and also
personally conducted excursion cars,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent can be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
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Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
turn
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&
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Estate Dealers
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Lots Fob 8alk in All
Parts of Thb Citv.
Choice Garden Lands
at Low Pricks.
MONEY TO LOAN
COLUMBIA, B. C.
The Windsor
Orand Pork*, B. C.
Only the best
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS
Carried
N.    Taylor,   Prop.
Rose Hill Dairy
GEO, W. FLOYD
Milk and Cream
Delivered to all parts of
Grand Porks and Columbia.
PHONE ORDERS
Promptly
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MODERATE PRICES
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don't want to  reflect   old
ideas: you  want it up-to-
date.   There is a certain desire
for the  antique, but it should
be up-to-now in execution. PACIFIC HOTEL
|     MRS. NICHOLS & MISS BAILEY,
Phoprietobs.
First-Class Board Rooms, $2
Per Day.
Special Rate bv thk Week.
This dining room is first-class
in every respect. Table supplied with the best to be found
in the markets.
OP. C.P.R. STATION, GRAND FORKS, B.C.
BICYCLES—Clevelands, Massie-
Hai'i'is, Imperials, Columbias, Ramblers—all top-notchers—for sale and
for rent. Also a complete line of bicycle sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing. Gko. Chappi.e, First St.,
opposite postoffice, Grand Forks, B. C.
G. P. R. HOTEL
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Miss Morrison jk Mrs. Smith, Props
Good Board and Rooms by
the day, week or month.
MEALS 35 CTS.
COLOMBIA, B. C
BONANZA, BEST, GRAND FOKKS HELLE,
CLEOPATRA, NAPOLEON BONAPARTE,
AND MAYFLOWER MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division
of Yule District. Where located; In Brown's
Gump, on the east side  of the North Fork
of Kettle River.
TAKE NOTICE that we, Charles  Hay  and
I    Neil McCallum, Free Miners' Certificates
B54524 and I(54.ri2-"> respectively, intend, 111) days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements
for the purpose nf obtaining a Grown Grant
of the ahove claims.
And further take notice that action, under Section 87, must  be  commenced   before
the issiiunci! of such Certificate of improvements.
Dated this 26th day day of March, 1903.
CHARLES HAY,
NEIL McCALLUM.
GRAND FORKS FEDERAL LA
bor Union No. 231, A.L.U.—
Meets every Wednesday evening
at H o'clock in Federal Union hall.
Thos. Foulston, President; John T.
Lawrence, Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE U. D, A. F.
A' A. M;-—Regular Coinniunica-
cution First Wednesday of each month
at 8 o'clock p. in. precisely] Sojourning Brethren cordially invited to attend. Jxo. Roger's]
Jno, Westwood, W.M. Sec.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railwuv known
all over the Union as the great railway running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night between St,
I'anl anil Chicago, and Omaha aud
I'hcago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand! Connections are made with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers
tJM: best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "jjie
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell tbem.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
II. L V >, H. S. Rowb,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agents
Spokane, Wash. . Portland, Ore,
BOUNDARY MINES AND SMELTERS
Last Monday one furnace was
blown in at the B. C. Copper Co.'s
smelter, Greenwood. The second
one will be started up as soon as the
supply of coke is sufficient to warrant its being operated, whicn will
likely be about the end of the current week.
Paul Johnson returned to the
Boundary last Saturday night from
his trip to Prince of Wales island,
where he went in company with J.
B. Hastings and Sam Silverman.
Last Tuesday he went down to Spokane to farther discuss with his principals the proposal to erect a smelter
on the island, on which there are
gold quartz mines as well as iron-
copper-gold properties, ore from
which the smelter is principally designed to treat.
The smelter returns for the last
ear of Providence ore give a net
weight of 41,678 pounds, and the
value, after the customary percentage deductions by the smelter,
$4,907.46, or a net value of about
1236 per ton, less freight and treatment charges. The gold value was
5.09 ounces per ton and the silver
about 280 ounces.
There is considerable activity in
mining circles in the Similkameen
district, it being chiefly centered
around Camp Hedley, where the
Nickel Plate group of claims is located, recently acquired by the Yale
Mining Company, Ltd., organized to
take the group over from the Marcus Daly syndicate in Butte.
. ThcLe Roi smelter at Northport
is on the eve of another shut-down,
unless the coke problem is at once
solved. There is about enough to
ruq three furnaces until Monday.
The supply from the Sound is of
such inferior quality that Virginia,
Superior or Fernie coke is necessary
to use with it to keep the furnaces
running. Several thousand tons
are being Sent from the east and the
Sound, hut several days must elapse
before any can arrive.
It is Understood that preparations
arc being made to ship the ore on
the dumps of the Brooklyn and
Stomwinder mines, of which there is
a considerable quantity taken out
in the course of,the development of
those properties. It is said that
between 5000 and 10,000 tons wilj
be shipped to the B, C. Copper
Co.'s smelter at Green,
William Berg came over from
Trail last Saturday to take the position of furnace foreman at thc
Greenwood smelter on one shift.
Charles Andren is back at his old
post on the other shift.
The New Fairview Corporation's
cyanide palant, at Fairview, is working successfully, and Manager Pur-
cell is down 240 feet on the Morning Star.
With last week's ore shipments,
thc Granby mines have sent 100,000
tons to the company's smelter in this
city during the present year.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co,
OF NEW YORK,
THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD, its assets
being $482,432,681,30, or $24,015,396 greater than those of the
next great company.
THE OLDEST COMPANY IN AMERICA, having completed
its Sixtieth Year on February 1st, 1903.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD, having earned for its policy holders since organization $92,462,706, or $69,875,957 more than the
net earnings of thc next great eompany.      \
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ITS POLICY CONTRACTS cover every form of modern insurance, and one of the most liberil issued by any company.
BEFORE PLACING YOUR INSURANCE ELSEWHERE, do
yourself the justice and us the favor of looking into our contracts.
OFFICE: BIDEN BLOCK,       I    DM HIT
GRAND FORKS, B. 6. Ji   DURJ I
DISTRICT
m MANAGER
The Grand Porks' Investment & Trust Co., Local Agents.
In connection with SEEDS
the name of D. M. Ferry <S»
Co., is sufficient guarantee as
to quality.
Buy whilst the stock is complete.
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Good Dry Wood Delivered to
Any Part of the City,
i'HONK 64 GRAND FORKS AND COLUMBIA, B. C.
Clarendon Restaurant
...AND...
ALBERTA HOTEL
MissJda Tenkate, Prop.
i'irst-Class Board and Neatly
I furnished Rooms at
Moderate Prices.
Cafe—Riverside and Bridge
Hotel—Riverside Avenue
Under One Management.

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